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'7WHO IS THY NEIGHBOR? kn
-TY neighbor? iIt is he wisom thou Bo
ILasOwnrto aid aid bless;
Whoa i "heart and liurning brow
Thy soothing hand may pre.
Thneighbor? "I'i the fainting poor,
base eye with want- is dim,
Go tbou and succr him
T aiighbor? i0 the weary lan,
oe -are at the brim,
-Bat low sikne cares and pai
Ge'tad and-comfort him. ct
neighbor? "rsthe heart bereft Wa
ecvery earthly gem;
Widow said orpa helpless left; UP
Go hou "ndstaser them- a
When'en thou meet'st a human forut
Lon favor'd than thine own,
Ramember 'tis dth neighbor worm
Thy brother, or thy son.
Opssnot, asnt heedless by; Tel
a Cana redeem bul
The breai heart from mitseiyi fl
Gebow love to him. of.
THE- OLD MAMD. I
iko tree that hah no fruit, an
stands she there' ba
An. i maid,starched and staid, .
W chesi and teeth decayed, or
And grey hair. .
Yet fst % are lank and long. rat
Was the me of nMIy a song, nW
AndheVOieweb o alc
the bird of sweetest throatM
That you know..
flow. she has a j,eaked viose, 1ni
And round her eyes the crow's tb
Feet are seen,
And her tin lips peker in thA
Jast weifsbed eaung been, a1
'Simmosgren. - shi
--sarivelled appe sow, * W
- upon the bough an
f 'stree, bare,
Though all can plainly see W
Tat she had rather be nu
Like a pear. gr
evoice, whe s i Seaing. ba
Mie a rmqt hinge 2 Crang, n
. Grates the ear
Those fingets once so white,- *
IJke the talons ofa kite
Now appear.. si
* - ed
No e do die beanux, cc"
Throralienns and thro the BnOOM ,
To ber fock; it
IWber comfotles abode,
iihe is lo aos a tood-M
in his rc.N
gang fents 11arses, UheL
Takes to scandalnd to tea, on
And her cat- cc
Goes to church and evening prayer,
S 0hbed of Ladies' Fair
- Shi would almost'give her noe
For the meanest the twnux,
M~aiefncoa# a1loOI -
She woul taehim at-farat proof, p
AGRIOCULTUJR A1. or
Newe Reaping Machinr.---th editor of-,
the Rijchmnd Compli-r was present a u
-bdaya since at an exhibition of a ReaP- la
- Maictune, invented bh- Mr. .'leCor
maek,'of Rtockbrige, Virginia, the oppe (ori
radeon of which be thus describer mo a re-- dci
cent umbertof his paper ;
"Trhe machine, plargkona small wheels, ham
was moved by two horoes around the rye joi
field in-which the exhibition took place. oth
at qoick pace making a elear gassage i
through the ran-as it moved, about lGve lia
feet wide.' bia is did~ witir a complete- laa
des hich iim for e~ cradle Cc
to icadoplish. This machine would ef. M.*
feetuall destroy the vocation of the "glea- lia
ter," who has been in timecs byo-gooe,
the subjset of many a pretty story or plea. JoI
saat pea. The wheels of 'he machine vs.
keep inconstant mion a saw, with edge nec;
atind teethaot unlike a reap hook, which pre
saws dewn the grain as it is bent and' for
-ced'againet its edge by a revolvngrappa- lIe
tus, resembling a seine 'reel. The atrsin at
* falls upon a bed or plbtforma just beliind
th'e teeth, whence it is raked by hand.
''This raking of the grain &way is the J
igelst laborious part of the process -so --
rapidly does it accumulate thea it is difli
cult to keep it properly cleared."
M*y Muother's Butter'.--My mother's
mods was to have a barrel about half full
of briune, made from Turks' Island (not
Edaglisby salt, which is the puret as wpil
as strongest. The butter when made io
wans divided into lumps or rolls of about og
four pounds each, and put isto brine, an
anad kept below the surface of is by a m
clean board cut to it, with holesirl.
The butter, if well wosked ar first, tie- j
ver became rancid int the least. and w'as .
ttetter twelve months alley it was mae
them ateBust. The barrel. ofecourse should
* ~ be.al,7 ins a cool cellar ; cool in aumo-(
uf' warm-ia winter.
The taale object iteundering butt'er
proof against epolling, is to keep it (rein
the air, and when put aIny there should rig
be no buttermilk or water in it I am now *o.
spenking offiakin butter. '. .. .Wit
The Arabs melt their buttr 6ves- a St'
slow fire, which ex-pels 'all- the. watery *
gardeles; it wilr'shea keep without sal; ~
* ndt the Irish have adopted with succes p~
vakmilar mode for exportation to the ae
- Tiii~e of keepin boiler'' in a eod
vfnennte (adiy use, is what I
- teght'mnlse p~ew to- some of your
hoders' r~acan, if you think
Ori' Bruad. -Sgr of mO
of~ lato ekee pints warm ,dd wE
I large teaspoonful of salt, lot it rist
p or six hArs, then stir it, uP with thi
td, and bake it in a brkik oven.
knother methodis to make mush, anc
ore it gets cold, stir in-half a pint 0
al. LeA it rise; and bake as the first
Youthern Gardener and Reecipt Book.
Cern Meal Rau&.-Take six cupsful a
n meal, four of wheat flour, two cup,
of mollasses, and - one tea spoonful a
aratus; mix the whole together, an
sad into dough ; then make two cakes
ke them as you wouild pone for three
rths of an hour, and you wil bav
e of the most gtaceful description
read that ever graced the table. 4lb.
Ifarkiag Jnk.-Take six and a quat
cents worth of Lunar caustic, and hav
pt it into an onncq phial full of vine
-, cork it tight and hang it in 1h* sun
a couple of days it will be it for use.
ro make the preparation for the above
e a lump of pearlash, of the sizebof
t'nt, ahd dissolve it in a gill of raii
Fhe part of the muslin to be writtei
n is to be wet with the preparation
I dried and glazed with a warm fla
a ; immediately ifter whicb it is read;
The Masmeouth Parsnip.-We hav,
a a great many accounts of enormou
;etables pibduced during the last spring
we do not remember any so wonder
as this parsnip. It grew in the gardel
'Irish Invention," a tale to be foon
Dne of the old numbers of Rentley.
rhere was an ould well in the go rde
if there was, it had nerer had an
ther in it in my time, or my father
ure me. But if it hadn't. it go' fut
ruf mowld, an' ould dung. an' saw
sht, and such like things that gathere
it: An' if there did, in rowling nom
thidge into it.. there was some pash
o seeds carried into it, and one of th
do grewn in the hole, an' we all let i
ne to grow an as it liked. An' th
Mid beim' very rich an' good. it deep
-d in the groiud, and kep, there, groc
; higger And bigger for five years. At
i branches spread out, ao'- got big ic
ly, all the same as the boughs av
we ! An' we gathered a crap of seed
'iv it every year, and souls them for
fling an ounce to the neighbouri
ell, one'day the masther himself ker
d 'What's this?' siz ho--That's th
owld pashnup, yer honour,' siz I.
bat pashnuh?' six he.-That's'the past
p. sir.' siz 1, 'that's been down at
)wing there five 3eaanrs last Match. at
sn't done growing yit,' siz I.-'Wel
e it Uy,' siz be. 'I'll not have it groti
here any longer,' sis he; an' it's wt
r, in' not pashunps, I want 'n thi
II,' siz he; 4bo' it'll bursht the well
he. So nix or seven of us gnahei
around it, but dicking one bit av t
Ald move it! An' so we called t
ighbuirs, and got fifleen mes, an' pu
jp holus polsus. An' we were thr
a risin' it ; an' the root av it moast
I trity -one feet, and body jut the si:
the teuV roand,-the Lord be praise<
it, mv coorse, it 'ud have grien tweoas
e more, only for the hard bottoitn
I Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Ft
cias, f will proceed to sell at Edge
r'd Court House, on tIe first Monday an
eslay in August next, the followir
ohn S. Smyley vs John Saidaman, ta
mred sod nineteen acres of land. mor
less, where defendant lives, adjoanir
mn. Dean and otie~ra.
Phn P. Set:e vs Charles Lamar, ex<
ror, the tract of land where defendar
Solomnon Jolnson Vs John Mattidwi
1 acres of land, more or less, wher
Fulius Day vts Edmund Kennedy. lou
ided acres of land, more or loss, ad
iing John Williams, J. S. Fouke, ani
bIl. .Mendenlnti vs Wa'. W. Wil
s, three hundred and thirty acres
d. more. or less, being a part of thr
ker Spring Tract, adjoining lands of R
Rodgera, lands of tbe estate of f
paon. and others.
ames Marshall for lohan Marshall v
m K. Johnson; Eltiha Carson survivc
luhn Knox and John K. Johnson, thre
roes. viz: Mary, Sam and Martha, th
perty of John K. Johnson.
bVI. Lever, who sues for the use
nry WVertz vs S. W. Hlolley, one sorre
S. CH RISTIE, s. L. D.
Itly 12 4i 24
tate .of' South Carolin~a,.
VILL he sold, in Town of Hiambur;
V on thefi rst of August next, the foi
ring property, visa: lot of Sugar an<
lie,. lot ofrTin, lot of(Glass, lot of Jug
I Jars, and various other articles ne
tioned. Terms cash.
S. C HRISTIE, s. a. ne
nly 19 ($1 01)] 2. 2.5
Brought to the Jail
~Fthis District a negro man, whi
calls himself JA CKSON. five feet
se high, very black complexion. abot
years age, his left leg shorter than the
it, says he belongs to Mr. James Hards
Anderson Distriet, S. C. who lIve
in three miles of Mr. Samaeel Earle
re. ad that he ranaway five or via
rhe owner is requested to come forward~
Ye property' ray charges, and take hit
y, otherwise be wjll beo disposed of ac
ding to GODMaw.lo
uly 19 at 25
Firs rate JOURNEYMAN TINNER
I wilt tndaattempoment and go
ges, on applicationaat the Thnigaa iuh
at In this vill.e ~Neoe bt a last rate
rmananeed an y. -
Tfriends- and The public, tillt they have re
ceived a large and lres!h sujppj of GOODS,
selected by one of thn firm, in Ne-r York. Bos.
ton. Philadelphia, Baltinore and Charleston,
which iM addition to their forner stock. coi
prises the largest and best mortnert of Goods
ever offered in this market. consisting in part
as follows: *
40 bhds. Porto Rico. New Orleans and
Si Croix Sujars.
350 bags Rio. Cnba, Porto Rico. St. Do
mingo. Java. and 5locba Coffee,
70 hhds. West lidia Msolasses,
10 tierces Cuba do.
35 bhis. New Orleans do.
70,000 lbs. Bacon, Hamns,Side s& Shoulders,
80.000 " Swede Iron, assored sizes,
5,000- English do.
3,000 " Band and Hoep Iron,
3,000" Nail Rods & Morse Shoe shapes,
2,000" Cast, German. & Blistered Steel,
200 setts Wagon Doxes,
1,700 sacks Salt, (bleached sacks,)
2,000 bushels Salt. in bulk.
500 pieces Hemp and Tow Bagging, 43
to 46 inches wide, . *
1,000 as.,BaggingT , (Weaver's,)
150 coils Manilla Bare Rope,
100 do Hemp do do
1.50 yaids Omuaburgs,
5,000 lbs. double refined Loaf Sugar,
3,100 " "." crushed do.
3.000 " powdered do.
1,000'- single refined Loaf do.
20 boxes Turpentine Soap,
10 Sperm Canudles,
20 " Hull's patent Candles,
5 tierces fresh ground Itire
2,000 lbs. White Lad No. I Union Mills,
25 bbl. Canal Flour. (choice brand.)
40 doz. dining, parlor, rocking and
7 eases Hats and Caps,
150 casks Stone Lime. (in fine order,)
20 kegs npontas FFF g Powder,
1,000 lbs. Bar Led.
40 boxes Window Glass 810 & 10x12,
130 bags Shot, assorted sizes,
2,500 pais Shoes,
Tea, Pepper, Spice, Ginger. Chocolate. Cm
namon, Almonds. Starch, Nstmegs, fine chew
ing Tobacco, Negro Cloths, Blankets, Shoe
Thread, Cotton Yarn. Cotton Cards. Wool
Cards, Tacks, Sieves, Plough Lines, Insigo.
Madder. blue Stone, Copperas, Epom Salts.
Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil. a (supenor article,)
Trace Chains. Fitth Chains, Smoothing Irons,
brass bound cedar Buckets. horse Buckets,
Pails, Tubs. Keelers, Willow Wagons, nests
Measures, Feathers. &c &c &c.
SIBLEY & CRAPON.
Hamburg. July 1. 1843 tr 23
New Spring and Summer
T IE Sub,cobeon ha' juht received, and
are now offering to their customers and
the public generally, a full and well selected
Fancy * Staple Dry Goods,
Comprising every vaiiety of Goods in their
line, suited to the Spring and Sumner trade,
which they will sell at prices to suit the times.
ALso-A general amortment of
Groceries. Hardware, Hats,
Shaoes, &c. &c.
which will be sold at prices which cannot fail
to give satisfaction to those who may favorthem
with their patronage. We were induced by
the present reduced prices of Goods, to make
heavy purchases, which enables us to offer
strong inducements to purchasers. We are
determined to sell, an let those who doubt
our ability to please them,caU and sea.
We also continue the business of
Millinery A Mantuammaking
under the auperintendence of Mrs. C. II.
DOWD, aW having received a new supply
r of Goods suited to that branch of trade. are
prepared to execute all kinds of work with
neatness and despatch.
Orders frotn the dountr~ronptly attended
to. BLAND & BUTLER
A pril 12 tf II
T HIE Subsibers respectt'ully mnform their
old customers and the pub'lic generally.
that they are now receiving and opening thas-:r
Sprirng & Sumusaer Goods I
Emnbracang a general assortment of
Faney & 8taple Goods,
HATS, SHOES, & GROCERIES.
H aving disposed of tike greater p art of their
old stock, they are now abhle to offer an almost
entire new stock of Gnod(:-which they mWill sall
at prices to suit the times.
~'ApslG. L. &E. PENN.
* rl12 :f Ii
New Spring and Summer
TH E Subscribetss are now receiving from
Nca' York. their
Spring A Summner Goods,
Embracing almost every article usually kept
in this market. We have selected'our Goods
with great care, and resjuest our customers.
and th e publbe gcene'rally. to call and examine
for themselves. atid see that the prices do cor
respnd with the times: We are thaukful fhr
past frivors, and hope by strict attention to bu
suess to merit a (!ftmiunnice. .
PRE8LEY & BRYAN.
A puil 12. 1843. tf I1
I'Rl.V T .
A VER Y large and well assorted supply o
ENu LISII &A MElI,''AN PRINtS,
new, and tinr sale a. very tost prices, by
.JNO. 0. B. FURD;.
Hamburg. April17 tf 12
B ROWN LINENS, ansI FINE DRILLS,
Just received by
JNO. 0. B. FORD.
Hamburg, April 14
iNew spring & Summner
-JNO. 0. 3. FoRD,
I S now opening at is-sate in Hamburg,
a full assortment of
SRY 600D 98,
for the Spring and Sumtmer Trade, which he
wulisell veryglsa for Catsh.
March 29ttf 9
R ESPECTFUJLLY infrs' his cus
somers, and te public generally,
that tie is just returnedt from Charleston,
with a variety of articles in his line, whieb
he will dispose of .on terms to suit- the
march2e2 tf 8
A L L persons inde~ted to us on aetounts
?duie the fist of huiary last, are res
quested to come and seule up.. We have
to pay our debt.
4JOODE & LYON.
Feb.13 . if 3
Columbia. 15th June. 1843.
T l HE following REGI1ENT3 will parade
. . for Review and Drill, at the times and
places herein ,tated, viz:
The 25th Regiment at Winnsborough, on
Saturday. the 29th of July next.
The 24th Regiment at the usual pade
- ground. on Tuesday the Ist of Agu atu e.
The 20th Regiment at Chcsterv an Thor
day the 3rd orAugst.
The 217th Regiment at Rich Hill,on SaturJay
the 5th of August.
S Time 40th Reginent at Ebcnezer, on Toes
day the 8d of August.
The 34th Reginment at Yorkville, on ThUrs
3 dav tie 10th of Angist.
1, lhe 37th Itegiment at Limestone Springs,
t on Saturdny the 12th or August.
The 35th Regiment near Union Ct.. House
on Tuetdny the 15th of %ugust.
The 45th Igimentqat the Burnt Factory, on
Saturday the 19th of August.
Te :6th Regiment at Ti'nmons' old field on
s Tuesday the 22nd of Augusi.
, The it.- Regiment at Bruton's, on Saturday
ithe 20th of Amitt. .
u The 3d Remunmens at Toney's old Store, on
Tuesd of August.
Thea5th Regiment at Hluntepl's, an Thursday
the 31st of August.
* The 2nd Regiment at Hall's on Saturday
F the 2nd of September.
9 The 42nd Regimeit at Minton's, on Tuesday
|1 the 5th of September.
The 4m Regiment at Virrennes. on Satur
day thi 9thm of September.
e The Oilh Regiment ut Morrow's old field, os
Thursday the 14dm of Septeombet.
The 6dm Regiment at Lomax's, tm Saturday
4 the 16th of Septenmber.
t Tie 9dm Regimenst at Lowe's, on Tuesday
e the 191t bf September.
The 10th Regiment at Richardson's, or
Thursday the 21sit of September.
The 7th Regiment at the Old Wells, on Sa.
turday the 23d of Septemnber.
The Commissioned and non-commissmonec
officers will assemble at their respective Rogi
mental muster grounds, for drill and instrucuor
a on the day previous to their review.
-. The Major Generals awl Brigadier Gene
, rals will. with their sumte attend the reviewi
e within their commands.
The Brigadier Generals are charged wit
thie eitent . of this oder so far as relates t
, their respe.e Brigadrel.
By order of the Commander-in chief:
. W. CANTEY. Adjt.&Insp.Gen.
7 To he published in all the papers locatet
witiin the Brigades ordered out for review
- and to continue until the reviews tire over. -
is June 28 13t 22
Co1.1nitA, 29d June, f843
Omnum No. -
N Election for Major'General to fill th
A.vacancy occasioned by the restpui tion a
-. Major General George McDnfie or the Firs
. Division. will titke place an Saturday the SMd
d of September next. The Brigadier Generah
of th Division are reqmrd to extend this or
gder so their respemective Brigadets aitd snakea
retutrn inmmrneiately thmereaiier. to the Adjumani
0 and Imspector Genmeral's, departmment at Columni
eC bia. the result of eaid election.
g By order of the Cornmmnder in-Chmief.
.J. W. C:ANTEY,
. July 13t 23
I1J To lbe pubilished in all she papers ia then
Divi~mmon antilI the electionm.
e . Head Quuarters.
LtEnorng:.,, July 3. 1843.
73' IIE followinog Comipanies wall parade for
D lrill anmd lumstruction at time tunes and
d places herein stated. in the UIpper Battalion e]
time Seventh Regiment. Soeth Carolina Mlilia.
.Tme Editmi Bent Commpanmy, on Saturday the
f5th of A'ngurst next.
e Tme Shawe's Creek. Beat Company, on Sm.
.torday the 12th sf August next.
Tme Hlorne's Creek Beat Company, on Se
turday the 19th of August next.
,Th'e!; Courrt Honse' Bet Comnpany. on Saa
rThme Captain'. aredcharged withmtheextention
e of ti: order. ao fir as relates to their reaspec.
e title Coumpanmies.
By order ut
I ~ SAMUEl. POSEY,
I.i. Col.711h Rq't. 1uf. S. C. M.
July 5 -.P 23
lay unsouns CAVAL:.r
Edgefield. C. HI. 27th June 1843.
-1OI!N A NDERSON. Jonr., havimng beemn
inpjpoinited Biigade Paymaster. withm gehte
ranmk of Capainm, w:mi be respected and obeyed
Thme Brigade Stafi' will hold thetmsnees rea
dy for dutty by the 1thm or August next.
By order of G::m's.. Bosuan.
THOS. W. GsANNT,
Aid deCar p.
1 nJuy 5 6it -2
SReg'tI. Read Quarters,
Orders No. 12.EomaJy383
T' H E Uppef Battalion of the Seventh Re.
.Uginent Infamntry, S. C. M., isimereby nr
~ dered t, Parade at thme Pimne House. on Satar
surday the 2d of Septenmber sext. for Drill andI
a Review. Tme olicers and aon-commismsiomned
Soflicers will aasemhle. the day premoums for
*Drill and Instrmuetiun.
tThe Soventhm Reg~imenmt will parade at thme
id W.-im thme 23e September, the offircers
anmd non-commimssioened offiers time dsy proe
a L.OIS T. WrGFALL.
Col. 7th RJ'tIf. S. C. M.
July 5 12 23
-Drought to the .JaN
F thmis Dnorict a negro man, who
eYnl Is hitimef HA R RY. five feet 48
inches high, of very Ilack complexion, a
hoot 410 yena of age; says he ratmaway
from Mr. Weeks, of Barnwell District,
four miles from Aiken, about time 18th of
Junelanst. The owiter is requested to eo:ne
forward, prove property, pay eharges andi
take him away, otherwise hat will bj di.
posed of according to lnw.
C. H. GOODMAN,~Jailer.
Ju3ne19 i 25
State of South Carolina,
E DGEFIELD DISTRICT.
IN TIE-.COMMON PLEAS.
E. Abrahamas vs'Dinton & White, Fi Fa.
Zaldman Wildmran vs tlie sare, -
Starr & (-!eland vs the same,
Bigelow & Birch vs the same. "
Wi . *. Minler & Co. vs the same, " "
H. Stoddard vs the same,""
Jordan blnsely. for Chester Vaunghns
ly vs Hollis Dunton,
IN obedience to an .ordei passed at the ast
term of the Court of Common Picas for
sr.id District: I hereby give public notice to the
plaintiffs in the above cases. severally, to shew
cause at the next term of said Cort. to he held
on 'Jur frst Monday in October nest, at Edge
field C. H.. why their respective executiotis
should not be marked satisied, and certain
funds in mi hands applied to executions in my
office junior to those of said plaintiffs. Notice
is also given, that it is alleged by the laiuiffs
in the junior cases. that the abovestated cases
were satitfied during the term of office ofWm.
Thurmond, dec'd.. fate Sheriff -f said district
& CHRISTIE, S. I D.
June 19 2am3m 21
State of' South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
OHN MARSH. who is in the custody
of the Sheriffof Edgefield Distriet.by virtue
oa writ of capiasad aatisfaciendum.atthe suit
of Owedb & Finley, for the use of S. Owens.
having filed ed his petition in my office, with a
schedule on oath. of his whole estate real and
ersoiial. for the purpos' of obtaining the
enefit of the Acts of General Assembly com
monly called the Insolvent Debtors Acts:
Public Notice is hereby given, that the peti
to. of the said John larsh'will be heard and
cLnsidered in the Court of Common Pleas for
Edgefield District. at Edgefleld Court House.
on the second day 6f Ocober next,. or such
other day of the next term for said Court as
said Court mny directt and a![ the creditors of
said John Marsh are her,-by summoned to ap
pear then and there in the~said Court. to slow
cause. if any they can, whry the benefit of the
Acts aforesaid should not be granted to the said
John Marsh, upon his executing the assign.
ment required by the Adts afoi.iaid.
GEO.. POPE, c- c. P.
Clerk's Ofce. June 26.1643 . . . .
June28 ($17 624) 3m 22
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAT:
S M. W. 1. L. MILLER, who has been
. ::rnted, anid ii frow ponfned withjn
ti. bounds of the Jail 61' Edgfield District. by
irtue ora capias-ad stnaciendum, at iie Putt
of J.unmie Cs.ady. having filed his petition.
wn: a -hcdule on oath.of his whole estate and
effe.th, with a view of obtaining the benefit of
the Acts of the Gieneral Assembly, commonly
called the Insolvent Debtors Acts.
Public notice is hereby given. that the p'ti
tion of the said S. M .D. L. Miller. will be
heard in'the Cetrt of.Comnnon Pleas for Edge.
field District at Edgefleld Cort Mouse, o
Wednesday ti fourth day it October mext, or
on such other day is the Court shall order, dur
ing the tbrut. eominencin on the first Monday
in Oetdbir r4Axi, tt said pce: and all the cre
ditors'rdshld S. M. W. . L. Miller, are here
by sutnnmoned either personally or by their at
torney. then add there. in said Court, to shew
cause, if any they can, why the benefits of the
Acts aforesaid should nothe granted to the said
S. M. W. D. L Miller, upon his executin the
assignment regnired-by the Acts aforesa'd.
.dF.O. POPE, c. c. P.
Edgefidd C. H. Clerk'i Ofe,
24th March 1843:
Jun 28 (417 624) 3m 22
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
"JOHN W. McKELLAR. who is in the eis.
4pdy of the Sheriff ofrAbbeville District by
virtue of two writs ofcspiasad satisfaciendum,
at the suits of James H. Giles and Wilson &
Lomax, having filed his petition with a sche
dule. .on outA, ol his whole estate, rel and per.
soial, for the purpose of obtaining thme benefit
f thme Acts of the tieneral Assembly, com
monly called the Insolvent Debtols Adas
Psblie Notice is hereby givea, that the peli
tion of the said John W. McKellar will be
heard and considered in the Court of Common
Pleas for Alibew tIle District, at Abbevilte Court
House. on the sixtwcardap of October next, or
such othi-r day therca'ili as the Court irisy
order during the term, commencing at the said
place, on the third Monday of October next,
and all the creditors of the said'J'osn WV. Mc
Kellar', are hereby summoned personally or by
their attorneys,- to appear th~en and there in
the said Court, to shew cause. ifany they can,
why the benefit of tire Acts aforesaid should
not' be granted to the said John W. MtcKellar,
upor hrs' executing the asargument required
by the Actis arojisaid.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, c.c..
Clerk's OFce, 19the May. 1843.
May 31 ___($17 de) 3m 18
THE U. S. DSTRICT COURT,
DeIstCTc oF Sodmat Caoratsa.5
IN tie rnatIer df Dynie1 figf Neelmarnrd,
formerl of NEw York, nose of Abbeville
litrict.8South Carnlirna. a Bankrupt..
Pursuant to an Order of the District Court
of the United States, for the District of 8outh
Carolina, Notice is bereby giv'ed ,that cause be
shewn before the said Coprt, at tWi Federal
Court Hlours in Charleston, on the ninith day
of September negt. at eleven o'clock, A. M.,
*hy the said Daniel Hoyt, should not re
ceiro his Discharge and Certifieatess a Bank
Charleston, 12th day of June. 1843.
. H. Y. GRAY, Clerk.
June 21 12t 21
THlE U. S. DISTRICT COURT,
DIstatcT or SOUTH caRor~tHA'.
N the Mattenr et Martin Posey. late a Miller,
now a Farmer of Edgefield Distriet, S.C.
Pursuant to an Order of the District Court
of tht' United States, for the District of South
CaolinaNorice is hereby given, that cause be
shewn before the said Court, at the Federal
Coirt House ini Charleston, on the ninth day
of September next, at eleven o'clock, A. M.,
why the said Martin Pdsey, should not receive
his discharge as a Bankru pt.
Charleston, 12th day of~ Jne. 1843.
H. Y. GRAY. Cherk.
Jan 1l2t 21
IN THE COMIMON PLEAS.
Francis A. Conner,.vs Alraclhment.
George Conner. - Debt.
rg H E said Plaintiff having fileud his dee
I laration in my nffice against the said
Defendant, who is without the limits of the
iater Ordered, that the said Defendant
dolppar and plead thereto, wIthin a year
afn# r- day, from. the filing of the same,
othrwise final judgment will be awarded
against him. -
J1. F. L IVINGSTON, c. c, P.
erk's Office. Deecil 1842 eq 46
DR. CHAM'ION'S .
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Western and Southern States.
June 28 6 2
State of South Cardlina.
Samuei Jordan, Ad'mr. Bfi forr u' .
of Jno. S. Ansly, Assts, for
V. Pf 1d for
Sarah Ansly, and I am of Dek.
Celestia Analy. J
I pq ance of anOrder,made in this case,
at Jaine term, 1843, requiring the creditors
of the estate of John 8 Anly, to appear be
Core the Commissioner, and prove their de
mand against maid estate, on or before the lrst
Monday in Jannar next. I hereby appoint
Wednesday the 15t of November next. The
creditors of said eatte will therefore take No.
tie to appear befoie me and prove their do
mands, on that day, at Abbeville Court House.
1I. A. JONES. C. L. A. .
Comimiusiomer's Ofee, 20th Juse. 1843.
State of South Carolina.
Richard Hardy, et al.)
vs. 5BiuLfor Partijto.
Thomnas Hardy. et al.
I T appearing to the satisfaction of the Coma
miwniner, that the Defendants Thomas
Hardy. James Hardy, Barbara Howerton Al
len Howerion. Howerton, children of
Nancy Houwerton, deceased, Chales Bassey
and wife Ehza. and James Key, Abner Glan
ton and wifea Tiay 0. Glanton, John Parks
and wire Lucy W Parks, reside without the
limits of the'State; on motion, by Bonham,
Complainants Solicitor, ordered, that the said
absent deafendants do plead, answer or demur
to comoplainants bill, within three months from
the publication of this order, or the said bill
will ho taken pro renfesse against them.
. ERC. I. .
'Comm'rs. Ojee, d "May 20, 1843.
May 2443m 17
$tate of South Carolina.
. IN EQUITY.
Willam C. Black, )Billfor Account, ad
- e. MaraUiag Asset,
. L.Pearson, &al Bre.
I N pursnance ofan Order, made in tktsase,
at June. term, 1843. requirine the ereditors
o Samuel Caldwell. to appear before the Coin
missioner, and prove their demands'
said estate. on, or beldre the lrst M yi
November nest. I hereby appoint 8emnrday
the 28th day of October next.' The creditors
of said estate will therefore take Natice to ap
pear before me and grove their demands, on
that day, at Abbeville Court House.
HI.A. JON ES. c. z, a. n.
Commssionr's Oces,20tA Jsa, 1843.
June 28 - 3at -3
Dissoluutlon of Partnersi~p.
THE Partnership heretofore esisting
..between John M. Darnell & II.
Bless, s dissolved on the 15th of May'
last by mutual coinscut.
June 14 sf 2Q
s3heetinsa and Shiruings.
445-4 64 and 12-4 Brown &bleached
SIIFETINGS and SHIRTINGS,'
Just received by
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Hamburg, A pril 17 tf 12
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