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So much as &tateato Edgefieid District.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
-- .: DECr.vtER -9.i I44dd.
7 I1C owidttee - on Prtvilegeb ad Ehn
Ti: ions, to whom were Yifered gundry ris
olutions for-establishing ntifchahging the pfk
ces of election, and appoli'tig Managers lbr
thi next General Elections, have had the sam
underconsideration, and report as follows t -
Resolved, That the elections to be holdeh ob
tliesecond Monday ofX)ctober veit and the
daf~folowing, for Senators and. Representa
tiv6kshall be-held atthe-following places, arid
coiidunted-by tie-following persons:
-AtMdggIeldConrt Houns.-E. B. Pressly,
S. FGeoi; avd William P. Butler.
Loingires.--Wiley Harrison, Hugh M.
Collier's.- : G. Garett;William Prescott,
nd~,P:Aams -+J -ur
Cheroke Ponds.-S. W.eidner-J. Curry
and Daniel Shaw,
Pind'House'.-Gio:W~- Jones, B. H atcher
and-Aquilla Milek. -
Towes.-James S. Pope, William 3May and
Dunton's.-R. P. Brunson, John Hill aad'
Sheppard's -Elias Lagrone, E. Bledsoe and
Ridge.-Stanmore Watson, 1. Watson and
Smylie's.-S. NicbolsonJr., D. Strother and
Hamburg -Geo. Parrott, M- R. Smith and
Mount Wdling.-J. Jennings. S1. Ethridge
Richardson'.-John Sentell, S. Ataway and
Coleman's-4. At. MAhynhrd, Hardy Boul
ware and G. Yarborough.
Parkes'.-Richard H1ardy, A.Tutker and W.
Perry's . -uiet, Joseph Wise and baa;
iel Coleman. .
Aloore's.--Anderson Tumer, T. Payne and
Moseley's,-4. S. Harrison. Johr Rlodgers
andJ. S. Shadrack.
Allen's.-A. P. Keiiard, S Matthiews and
Powell's.-J. Powell, Jun,, D. G. Walker
and J. Glover..
Long's.-C Dewalt, J. D. Douknighi and
Nail's -G. W. B. Williams, A. A. Sitnkins
Dorn's.-J. F. May, John Dorti atid Alfred
Randell's.-R. W. Matthews. Coliu Rhodes
and. W N. Swearingen,.
H. Boulware's.-John Lott, Jesse dorillion
and-James Edson, Jr.
Red Hill.-Lewis Collins, J. 0. Holmes and
Rochell's.-. Freeman, S. FIreetnan, and
V. C. Robertson.
Andrew .-Kreps'.--R. Gregory, Sen., John
Kreps and Andrew Kreps.
Won.- Ethridge.-John Rhinehart, Joseph
Ethridge and Emanuel Caughanan.
Howard's.-B. Iloward, J. Talbert and E.
Election Monday and Tuesday Votes to
be counted on the third day at'Edgefield C. Hf.
Six Represent-itives, one nemberof Congress,
and one Tax Collector- to be elected.
8th. Polls to be openedrt 9 o'clocki, A. 5I.
and-close at 4 P.M. -The box. teswel. or bag
to be-sealedr.uivlien the polls are closed, anid
not to be ope&edxcept to receive votes ou the
second- " y ii 'count the votes at the reg.
ular tiia jae. (A. A. 171, 3d Statutes,
_____ 2nd. That the Managers o'e'ecfonY
pritCo theii pioceeding to the elections, do
take the following oath, or affirmation, trefore
sonte Magistrate, or one -of the Managers of
election. to-wit: "That they will raithfuly and
impartially conduct and uttend to the forego.
ing elections, agreeably to the Constitution of
the. State of South Carolina, and thme lana
Rlesol red. 3'd. Thtat in futnre no person qual
itied to vote for nmmbers of each branch of ltl
Legislature, shall be permitted to vote in mos
than one election District or Parish, and tIle
Mainagers of elections thmromughmout, this St"e.
are hereby required and directed, if they tht fk
proper, (on oni the application of any elector
present) to adininister to any person offerf ng
to vote, the fiblowmadg oath: * I, A. B. do ml
emnly swear (or ~afhrtm as the case may be';-)~
that!i nave no.t at this general election for tmenm
biers of the Legtslature, voted in this, or any
other District or Parish. and that I am consti
tutioaally qualified to vote--So help me God."
And if any person or persons reqoired as afore
said, to take said oath, .or aflirmations. shall re
fuse todo so. then the Managers, in thaei r. s
peetive Election Districts or Patrishes, shall be,
and they are hereby required and enjoined to
refusesuch vote os votes: and in caise the twin
agers dlall reftise to- reqmim the oath-ammifore
said, when demanded, they shall he liable to s41.
the pains said penalties they would be liaible
and.stabject t'o; for neglecting any other duties
requiired By them as Managers of elections, for
either bratnch of the Legisfatrore.
Resolved, 4t1h. That the Act alteming the 4Th
Section ofthe Constitution of the State of South
Carolinji, be hlerewith puablishmed, to wit: every
fre white' man of the age of tavent-y-one years,
(psnpersr, non eommissinod oili'eers and pi
*vates of-the Army of the Utnited States;excep
'ted,) beidg a citizeta-of this State, and hatting
resided-therein two years pirevious to the day
of ekccion,. and. who .laas a feehold of frfty
acres of land, or a town lot, 6f-which he hais
beer ally seized and possessed, at least six
moniths befor~ such- electiotn, -or not havinag
suchfreeliold, or town lot. hiath beet, a resident
in the election -District, in which he- offets ta&
glie his vote, before the election six months,
shiall have aright to vote for a member, or mem-.
bers, to~servs- ini either- branch of the Legisla
sure, forthe, election District itn wielie holds
such property or residence.
.Resed,d 51k. That the two years resdence
required by the Constitution mu a voter, are the
two years immtediately previous to the election,
and the-six,-months- residence in the- Election
Dilstrieta re the-six- montliaimmediateyptsvi
onsitothij -cdl~ion ; but if any person-iliis
homieint the State,.he does not lose the right of
-residenice' by-teimporary absence. with- the in
- -tension of rettring -,but i-f he has his homo and
blasfamily sianolher Staite, the presenice of such
-person,-althoughcontinued for twoyears inm the
State, gives no r ght to vote.
-August21 - -3t 30.
EROM the subscriber about the 10th of July
in.lst; my negmo boy~SQUIRE.-e-is about
5 feet Son 9indhe-higin-dark complected,sto~ut,
built fellow,- between 25-and 30 yearmmof age..
He had on when he went: away a suit ofrnew
whit-e homespun clothaes. without hat'er shoces.
Ife has several tiinesrnaway, and always de
sites his trite owner and place of residence, and
also goes -by different. names. Any person
taking up said fellow and delivering him toame,
or lodg'himirn any saib Jail so thmat Iget him
ai .shall aierall reasonable esxpenses paid.
ireci to Duntonavilli; Edgefield 8. C.
- - WILIAM STROM, Sen'r.
-gmnt 14- 3 1Si 29-'
CA UIEA RTICLE, for sale by
- H. A. KENRICK.
- Sitate of South. Carolina.
To lte Managers of Eleclioft'
N obedience to the writ of. Ele'tih*, iasued
by tlie H-ohorabte -A'ngs Pattedf#, Pre-i
denitM tf Senate, -.You a'd-ed'ch o ouve
tirby Wuilred, atier i6e n'dW~ri'inlan )n'd
*ith btrict regtd to all the provision- 'o the
Contitaion and laws of the said Stai,'t 1'6
iniyotir duty in tif tehise, t. hola a'n Elec
'ton r a teth oi'tle SenieroIthIe Dlgtrict
of 01bfield, to serve for the remainder of 'the
'term For whih the said John S. JterW as elec
ted to serve ; the polls to be opened and held
at the various places of ditcton in -the said
District, on the Second Monday or Ottber
nest and the day following, by you at your res
pective places of election. The managers for
the several places of election to meet -at Edge
field Court louselon the the third day, to count
the votes, and declare the election."
E. B. PRESSLEY,
Chairman of Managers of Elctdion
August 21 te 30
Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, I will proceed to sell at Edge
.ed:Court House,on thefirstMonday and
Tues"iay in September next, the Following
MarthaJ. Seibles and others vs. lack
Lamar,!the tract of land where the defen
dant live'scootaloinng three liuudred acres,
more dr:I"s', adjoining lands of Oliver
Simpsot, DavidArdes and others, Also,
one negro woma, tlatiah.
Luther foll, . L. Griffin and oth!!rs,
vs. Charles IanTiit 4 ibe above described
land, and negrwoman, Mariah..
Teagie &.Jhnings. John M. Clark and
othels, ts. Ainos Bushi one negro woman,
Sarah andhet 6hild;
J. Wooten & Smith and othefs, vs. Ed
ward Butler, the inierest of the defendant
in the tract of land whet-e Williai Butle'
lived at the tiie Ofhis death, containing
twb hundred and firty acres, more or less,
adjoining land of liarry Culwrenih; Wiley
Burnham and others.
Penn &Brannon is. Jatesi heatham,
the tract of land where the defendant lives,
containing one hundred und fifty acres,
mbre or lesstadjoining lands of Hugh Mose
lev and others.
~Brannon & Anderson vs. Martha Miner,
the interest of tbe defendant in a tract of
land, critairting one hundred and fifty
acres, Wore or less, ddjlming land of Ar
thur Low and others.
B. F. Gonuedy, T. C., vs. P. 11. Mantz,
the tract of land containing two hundred
acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Ar
thurLowe and others
BatiHoward and others vs. B. R.. Ad
-ldsorti'hitract of land where the defendam
lives, adjoining lands of W. I. M2oss and
Brannon & Anderson. and others, vs.
John 1H. Anderson. Joseph P. Anderson.
and Drusilla S. Anderson, the tract of land
where the defendant fives. containiing two
hundred acres, more or less, adjoining lands
of Andy lIe3nolds aid others.
Leroy 11. Mundy and others vs. lienry
and James Evans, a tract of land contain
ing one hundred and eighty acres, more or
less, adjioining lands of 'Thos. 11, lorton
Brannonr & Anderson vs. Charles Pri:e,
the tract of land where the defmdants lives,
containing two hundred acres, more or
lessi adjouring lands of D. D. MIarvin and
,'lhe State and others vs. Samtiel 11.
, 'illiams and others, one nare and colt.
H.IBOULAR E, s. F. r'.
Augost 14 3m * 29
BY virtue of sundry writs of ficri fa.
cistone directed, I will 1ioceed
to sell at Edgefield C. I., on: fe first
Monday attd Tuesday in September next,
the following property:
John R. Dow and others vs. .fohn 0.
K llammownd, one negro boy by the name
"A, J. Rambo and others vs. Rudolph
Carter andI Elizabeth Carter, a tract of
landecontining two hundred nces, more
or less, adjoinuing lands of A. J Rana6o,
Jesse Bartee and others.
Alex ander Sharpton and others v4. I.ewis
31urrah,;. tract of land contfinin2a io hn
dred acreq. more or less, adjoining lands of
A. Shar pton, T. 13. Spivey and others.
Auigust 15 . 3u 30
Waler Proof, & No Mistake
H. L. JEFFERS & Co.
WAEHIOUSE & G)1%ERAL CoMMliSSlot4
MEitC HA NS.-1-AM lBl(G, . 3C.
BEG leave to inform their friends, and thu
tpublic genaemly,. their NEllW 1fA TER
PROOF W ARE HOUSE,, with iat'ge conve
nient close Stores attached, is nowv coampleted
and rendy for the reception of.
It is sttuated on the picipalstreet leadittg
into the business part ol the town, four feet
atbove the highes water inaark by uctualsnrvey,
eirly remote from all other buildings, which
renders i;t fire-proof'.and'covien tty stttuated
f,r loading amid unloadintg w agor.s.
They are nowv permanently located. in this
place, and pledged not to speculate in Cotton
on theivown aceotat', btto-gige their-utudivi
dd attention to the interest of their customenar,
and are folly pregaed to- attend to the Sale,
Sotoin, Fleur,~o Bcony &e.
Receii and Foriwarding AIE RC HIANtD18E.
PraruGoodeto order, &,c. *c.
Their c arges will be as follows :-For sel
lai Cotton 25 eents per-bale;.Shipping do,
12 cents per bale: Commission ford boying or
selling Merchandise and Produce 24 per cent.
Forwarding and-Storae .in accordance with
the istablishbed rate'a Alotton, Elnur, &c.
received by the riveifred'.om wharfage: Ei
beral advances will be made when required,
os stiy conigments.tedetthem.
Hamburg, Septr: 9 if 33
- .Pubfic Thotice;
f'-saows having~ official business-.with
.11. me:.are-informaed thbat Jean be (bond
athe office on every MUonday and Friday,
as the late.-direots,.except prooidetiily
prevenad, during -themnonslis- of June,
May2% 17 tf
- b bkpesa PAPERI HANGINGS
-3 FU~ tew styles and at low t ri
ces. Just received Vy - -
SJOhN O0 fE' V(idiah
HE Subscribers respectIfillyinfori their
T friends and the public, that they have re
ceived a large- and fresh supply of GOODS,
tetected by one of tite firr,-in Newi York, Bos
ten, Philad-eiphia, Baltimbre and Charleston,
which it sdd'ti'oin t1 their l'ortner stock, 'omn
Oises th% tafg'estand b'eitabsnrtimentof GotIs
evey ofered in this adarket, cntating in part
40 hh6 . Porto 11ieo. bf-il OMilaha&"d
St Croix Sugars,
350 bags Rio, Cuba, Porto Rico, St. Do
mingo, Java, and M-ocha Coftb,
70 hbds. West India Molasses,
10 tierces Cuba do.
35 bbls. New Orleans do...
70,000 lbs. Bacon, Hain,Sides& Shoulders,.
80,000" Swede Iron, assorted sizeS,
5,000" English do.
3,000 " Band and Hoop Irol,
3,000 " Nail Rods & Horse Shoeshapes,
2,000 Cast,German, &Blistered Steel,
200 setts Wagon Boxes,
1,700 sacks Salt, (bleached sacks,)
2,000 bushels Salt, in bulk,
250 pieces Gunny Bagging,
1,000 lbs. Bagging Twine, (Weaver's,)
150 coils Manilla Bale Rope,
100 do Hemp do do
1,500 yar ds Osnaburgs, .
5,000 lbs. touble elined LoafSugar,
3,000 " " crushed do.
3,000 " powdered do.
1,0001- single refined Loaf do.
20 boxes Turpentine Soap,
10 " Sperm Candles,
20 g Hull's patent Candles;
r tierces rresh ground Rice
2,000 lbs. White Lead No: I Uniti5 MIll,
25 bbl. Canal Flour, (choice brand,)
40 do. dinin, parlor; rocking and
7cases Hats and Caps,
150 casks Stune Lime. (in fidb order,)
20 kegs Dupont's FFF g Powdbr,
1,000 lbs. Bar Lead,
40 boxes Windo* Glass8ilb& 1012,
130 bags Shot, assorted sizes,
9,00 pairs Shobs;
Tea, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Chocolate. in
naion, Almonds. Starch, NIutmnegs, finecliew
hig Tobacco, Negro Cloths, Blankets, Shoe
Thread, Cotton Ytith. Cotton Cards, Wool
Cards, Tacks, Sieves, Ploiigh Lines, Ildigo,
Madder, Blue Stone, Copperas, Epsom Salts,
Linseed Oil, Lamp Oil, a (superior article,)
Trabe Chain., Fif th thains, Smoothing Irons,
brass bound cedar Buckets, horse Buckets,
Pails, Tut. Keelers, Willotw Wdgonf, nests
Measures; FeatherS, &c. &b &c.
SIBLEY & CRAPON.
Hamburg July, 1,1843. if 23
Priting Paper, Type, Pesses, Ink, 4-c.
1IHE Subscribers having completed
I their arrangements for keeping on
hand a general assortmentof every article used
by the crail. They have now on hand, and are
TYPE of a I kinds put up ill founts
Hoe's PRESSES. Washington and Smith
Do luking Machines. Furniture. Rule,
Do Caseg, Chases, Stands, Gallets, &c.
Johnson's (P'hila.) News and Book Ink,
Prout's (New York) do do
Printing Paper of all sizes and qualities,
Foolscap. Folio Post and Letter Paper,
Enamelled did Common Blank Cards, &c.
The Type we offer to the trade' is from the
well known manufactory of Wm. hlager & Co.
New York, warranted of tle fest metal, and
cast Injuazrd. Type from other founderies will
however be furnished when requcied. 'Fhe
character of Hoe's machinery is so well known
to Printers generally, that we considet it unne
cessary to recommend it to thetil. All orders
for their Machine or Hand Presses, or any
other article manufactured by them will be ex
ecuted by us on the New York terms.
BURGES & JAMES;.
6 Broad-street, Charleston, S. C.
T rinters in Georgia, North and South
Carolina, who copy the above any number of
times during thie year 1844. will be allowed 25
on settlement of their accounts where they ex
ceed $30. Trhnse who do not intend to deal
with urs, will please iiot coy
April24 t 3
36 E AST-BAY,
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
J SEP'H WALKER, Agent of .John
T. Whiite's TYPE and S'TEaEO'YPE Fowr
ny,-hlas conrtantly on hanad an extenisive as
Brass Ruke, 'ases,- Chaes Composing
And'every article reilulired in a Printang Offie.
All of which will be fuirnishedi at New York
pceS, actual cxpensns only added..
'J.he reputation of this Foundry is believed to
be fully established, having beena founded up
wards of'Thirty Years', anad reference is conft
dently made to many leading Journals of the
Newspaper of' all .sizes, .Medium; DouBle
Ne B ook. and Colored hke, of tlie biedt
quality and lowest prices.
Blank hosok Eanufactory,
P.4PE R AND STATION ERY.
Alays on hand, a'large assortment of Brasat
Boes. made of the bedt laper and bonild-ini
the strongest mannel'. Bhils, Public Of'
fees;~ Mierc hants and others, ehb havd their
Account Books ruled and bond to any pat
tern, in the best mnatter, at lowest piiceer.
Ao,-Alarge stock of.WRITING- PATER&
of all kinds, hrsale ioed. .
Also,-An extensive assort'metif'ofPPNE STA'
TIONERLY, of~ every kind, inclutlihg Blank
Also-BIDIERS' MAiTRIA't,8 df'alHikidi,
Paste Board, Leather, &c, -
May 22 .:.. tf 17
Biroughat to tfic Janl
O F this District, a negro man who cells
himself SA M, and says he fiel'ongs
to Ms. Whitnhead,ho' He says,. lives-on
Buckhead Creek, in Burke County. Ga.
Said felliw is about five feet sit and a half'
ince- high,: Very. dhtrk complexion, and
between forty five sad ffy-years-of age.
H's iss lost one of his frotat tiesth, ahcd-haS
a smalE scar on his: nose. When first
brought to Jail, lie had a Pass to hire him.
self outi signed "John Harrison," and then
said his name was Robert. .He-says hIs
preset owner-purchased li ib Chrles
The owtnerisrequested so comne forward,
prove 'property, pay chag and take him
swayotherwise be will .be'dealt withs as"
the law directs.
(.. H,-GOODIgAN, Jailer.
A gust 14 U' -' ..29
UbNIELe ABBEY, 8tdler and llarnss
Mfaker, inaforess hiatiends and the pub
lic sirally:, that lfe has-rettiered his establish
mentto hiis ofdfstand,-adjoliuibk-the- storeof.
F'. Gode, where lie wall be Tipp to serve
them with atny articles ist-his liffei ofbusiness.
Ju..,. . . tr - 27
State of South Carolina.
IN TLE COMMON PLE.AS.
T ALBERT CHEATHAM.Who has been
arrested, and is now confined within'the
boundsofthe Jail of Edgefield District by virtue
of a capias ad satisfaciaendum, at the suit of
John B. Holmes and Butler Williams, having
filed his petition, with a schedule on oath, of
his whole estate nod effects, with the purpose
ofobtaining the benefit of the Acts of the Gen
eral Assembly, tommonly called the Insolvent
Public iot ib hoeby given, that the peti
tion of the haid Talbert 'Ceathain will toe heard
and considered il the Court of Common Pleas
for Edgefield District,M Edglfield Court House,
on the 9th day of Octoberneit, 'k dn siblh othier
day as the Coart -my brdet, 'during the term,
comnmencit o ihe first MbWday In Obtober
next, at said place; and all the ireditors or said
Talbert Cheatham are hereby summoned per
sonally, or by attorney, then and tiere ih iiAi'd
Court, to show cause, if any they ein, vhy
the benefit of the Acts aforesaid shotild not be
granted to the bald Talbert Cheathato, updli
his executing the assignment required-b) the
THOS. G. BACON, c. c. P.
Clerk'sOfflee, June 18, 1844.
Junie 19 3m 21
State of South Carolina.
James Taggart. Ex'or. Bill for A ppoiian
Aaron Lomax, et al. ment, Assets, 3rC.
O N motion of Mr. Perrin, omplainant's So
licitor: Ordered; that tie Commissioner
give three months notice, in the Abbeville
Banner, anti such other paperas he may deem
proper, to all the creditors of Moses Taggart,
late Otdinary of Abbeville District, now dec'd.,
as well as thosd having deahtilds for moneys
received by him as Ordinary as afbresaid, as
his indiidii ortditors, at the timte of his death.
whose demands have not been ftilly aid pro
perly paid by his Executor, to come in 6Tore
the said Commissioner, and prove their de
mands; and that such of them as shall not
come in and prove their demands. on, or before
a peremptory day, to be fixed by the Comiia
sioner. which day shall be at leadt three months
from the publication of the said notice, shall be
excluded from the benefits df this Decree.
Edigned] IV M. HARPER.
In pursuance of the said Derretal Order. I
appoint Friday, the first dij of November
next, on. ot helume which, the creditors as afore
said will apiear before me, and prove thbir
. H. A. JONES, C. E. A. 9.
Comm'rs, Office, 19 June, 1844.
July 3 . 3m 23
State of South ('arolina.
. EDGEFJELD DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
B ENJAAIIN F. J)NES. who has been
arrested, atd ii iov confined within the
bounds of the Jail of Edgefield District, by vir
tue of two Writs of Capias dd Satisfatiefidum.
at the suits of Charles J.- Glover, and Mans
field Hollingsworth, having filed his petition
with a schedule, on oath, of his vyhole estaite
and effects, with the purpoise'6f obtaining the
benefit of the Acts of the General Assembly,
commonly called the Insolvent Debtors Acts.
Public notice is hereby given. That the pei
tion-of thesaid Benjamin F. Jones will be heard
and cuisideted in the Couri of Common Plias
for Edgdfield District, at Edgefiold C. House,
on thi nidilh day of Obtuber u:pxt, or on such
other day as the Court may ordei. doting the
tera; conimencing on the first Moaday in
Oco*r irext, at said place; and all the credi
tors of the said Benjamin F. Jones, are hereby
sunimonred peisonally or by attorney; then dud
there, it, said Court, to shew cause, if any they
can, why the benefit of the Acts aforesaid
should noibe granted to the said Benjamin F.
Jones. ipfor hiw eecuting the assignment re
quired by the Acts aforesaid.
FHOS- G. BA CON, c. c. i . .
?iltik's Offie, 1
Jtly1, 18-3.1 i 3m __23
State of' Soiuth Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
A BRA HA M WV. ROACH. who is now in
-the custoliy of..the Sherif' of EdgefiJd
District,by virtu' of the'slirrender of his bail, at
the suit of It. T1rapbtin, havinig filed is ; etition
with a schedule, oar oath', of his whale estate
and effects, with; the' pnrpoae of obtaining the
benefits of the Mdts of the General Assembly,
commonmly adalled the luasolvent Debtors Acts.
Public notice is hereby given, Thiatthe pueti
ion of the said Abmahamn W. Roach' will be
heard a'nd conasidered in the Court oftdonimon
Pleas for Edgefield District, at Edgefieht Court
H ouse, on the mninth day of October next, 01* oia
such othear day as the Court may order. during
the term',-comnmencimg oh the first Monday ini
Octob'er ne~t, st said place; and all ihe credi
tors of thme said A brahamn W. Roach, are hereby
summoned personally or by attorney.'then and
there, iwrue-id Court. ro'shew causue, if any they
can, why the benefitof the Actsafoiesaid should
nt be granted to thme said Abrahauam WV. Ritach,
upon has exeutinig the assignment required by
. TO.G. BACO'N, G'. c.r E' /D.
Cleik's cffde. July 5, 1844. 3m 24
State of South Carolina.
.IN T HE COMMON PLE AS.
KWCHMAR H ANKINSON, who has been
arrested, anid'isnow confined within the
bomuds of the Jail of Edgeflid District, by vir
tiae of a Writt e Cabiairad' Respondendumn. at
the suit'ofJaispdi' Gibbs, having this day filed
is petitiotn, with' a'.schedide on~ oat)h of his
whole estath'and' ef'ectk, ersth the piilrlpiEs df
oiinii~ the benefit of the Acts of the (yeneral
Amsenb di'Pttesaid State, commonly called
the Insolvent Debtd~I-~Ats.
.Pdblic. Notice is hereby given, to the said
Jasper Gibbs, and all other suing creditori, and
others interested, that the petition of the said
-Richard Haninson..sill.bt. heard~ and consid
e-ed in the Court of Cominon Plels' for Edge
feld District, at Edgefield Court House, on
Thutsday the tenth day of October next, or on
such other day' thereafter, as -the Court'-may
rder, during the'terms,eommencing on the first
Monday of Octobbr~ next' at'ad'~ lace;' and.
all the creditora of the said Richard Hankinson,
are hereby summotitd', pefsonally, or by attor
ney, then and -there in said 'Court, -to shew
cause, if any they can,'why the benefitof the
Acts aforesaid shoddnot berranted to'the said
Richard Hankinson, upot his complying with
the requisitions..of the law in such ease made
H~OS. G. BACON, c. c. P.
Clsrk's Offibe, July 9 1844
July 10 - 3m ~24
State of South Car-olina.
ELBERT STALNAKER, living between
the Abbeville and Five Notehed Road,
about three milei froin'Gilgal Church, tolls be
fore me, a large d~riidrreI-HORSE, between
sixteen and sevontlen hanidl higbieightor ntine
years'old, bothhiud' feet white, withi'buttodVe
shoe on when takent ep, andsome what'markid
with the gears AtaiedatPS.-.
E. SETPELE, Mzrgisttate.
State of outhg aronna
IN TE COMMON PLEA5I
Curry.& Caver, - Dedaiton
vs. in Foreign Attaci
B. S. Miller, ment.
Wiliham Curry, Dedaration
.s. V -n Foreign. Attack
Henry Carter. Incnt.
Jared E. Groce, Deelaration
5s. nForeign Attazch
The Same. - menat.
Curry & Caver, Declaration
vs: in Foreign Attack
The Same. ment.
William Curry, Declaratidn
us. in Foreign Aach
Thi Some. mnent.
Jared E. Grdce, s. - Declaration -
The same. aid in Foreign Attach
Benjamin . Miller. meat.
Curry & Caver, Declaration
es. - n Foreign Attack
John W. Carter. eintt.
B. W. Gruce, Dcclaration.
.1. fi. in Foreign. Attack
The Same, nent.
W. Curry, Declaration
. Vs. in Fnign Attack.
The Satne. - ,nent.
J. A. Hibler, ) Declaration
us. in Foreign. Attack.
Hiram N. Wilson, Agehi. net.
Israel Bond, for the use .. Deauration
of the sam, us, 1 Foreign Attach
The Same. ment.
1 HE Plaintiff., in thei bod case%. having
* this day filed their declaration in my of
fice and the defendants having no wife or at
torney, k nown to be within the State, on whom
a copy ot said deiaratioi. with a rule to plead
can be served : It is ordered, that the said de
fendant do plead, to the said declaration, within
a year and a day t'roin the publication of this
order. or fintil aid absoldt judginent will be
awarded againat thein.
.. GEO. #0PE. t. c. 0.
Clerk's Office. N1ir. 6, 1843. ly 42
state (if South Caiolina.
W. E. Jacksoin & Cd., Declaration in Foi
W. iV. eign Attachment.
HE Plaiti iff htind ihis day filed his
T dedlaratioi In my office, and the De
fendant hating no wife or Attorney known
to be within the State. on whorm a cop)
of the same. with a rule to plead can be
served: It is ordered, that the Defendant
plead to the said declaration, within a year
and a dav, or final. and absolute judgement
will he given against him.
GEO. POP'E. c. c. r.
Clerk's G fice, April 30. 1844.
To those Candid Men
W HO honestly doubt the truth ol the Bran
drethian System, we would critreat'
them to ponder well upou the following facts:
The Food taken iifto the stomach is epivert
ed into blood, which vial Mfearn, flowihg
through altl the 'dmnificatiaons of the systen. tror
osly imparts strength and contiries lif'; baur
actually creates. forms. and buildg up. eath and
efe-y- part of the animal machine. If the bloid.
therefore. is pure and healthy:'the bodf; whioh,
is formed from, nld sii*'orted by tlie blood.
cannot bye diseosed. But if theie be itn tiiypart
of the b64y riy effentoin'n. scli as bile, .niilcer,
even ' lirirse; lie blood 6irctilaiting ihfough
fhai jai, takes up impure matters from te lo
cal atffection. and carries it into the general sys
tem. This is tie caude often of sudden death
to iersonis of full habit, afflicted with biles, and
use tio rniedicinel, the matter gets into the cir
cnlating sysiem; and h6kex up the fine blood
viaili which supply the brain with vitality;
and life ceaseti; ts if berch by lightning... Now
this can be remedied-the Brandreth Pills. Nill,
if ded at these times, take dl ttil impure mat
t,-rs from the circulatioik, aisti Tsae ahe general
health, at the same time they are curing the lI
cal affec(ioW .Oh! how important it is to mai
kind, that this subject be well coinpreheided;
it n ould sa~e ciatny from tedjies tim ies of sick
ness. nd ofteei secure their services to their
friends, when otherwise the tom~b wold have
PrindcipaT Oli-e Eil Bro'adwaf, N. Y a
fresh supply jnsi reeived by the following
agents, BL~nD & BUTL.ER, Edgefield C.. H..
J. S. & D. C. 8inyley, Meeting stroet;' Johtt
McLaren, Alhheville C. H.: L. D. Merrianan,.
Cokeabuzrry; Whitlneft, Sullivan & Waller
Greenwood; Colen'ati Li pscomnt'. New 8f1ar
ket, an'd S. D. Clarke & C6; H anlirg.
Price 25.cent4 p'er box with full direct'ions.
7 See A~gentcert~icate.
July 17 7t _ 25
Allum Spring Pills1
For lthe Cure of biyspepsia, Scrofutus and
. Liver Diseases. .
rU HEEPILLS are prepared lif Dr.
.ItCampbell from the water of
the highly celebrated! Mineral Spring's is.
'Rockbridge co)Unty Virginia, called the
Alum' dp/iW~s'.. ewae ro he
These Piils,-.ierb wtrfo hc
they are prepadted, are a diuretic, promno
ing the secretion of urine and an alterative,
increasing the- aedretionas' of the glaitdular
system' geirerally, and liart~utarlw'y.of' the
iver. T1hey act gently, hui ef'editaale
upon the bowels,'alter two'ov thredeysi
use of them, producing copiious dark, bl
They also efleet'a determionat
surface, increasing the perspirationr
fore,' they are a great purif'er of the ~~d
atnd squaliser 'if the .circulaton E ch
pill is equal tot 'cornthon glass of the a
ter. They should be taken before each
meal,' and'inm itto ten or t'welytaold
li~e taken in' ttis courtse of .each da' afdra:
forni hmvand then omit them foruhrfasa
period.- For the cure of the abqvi dikeas
es, perseverace in the usd of-tbsePzill
is all important;' and if they arpesv
ingly used, every alternate lbrtni k
may more certainlY hi exps
deriby other urearment hereof :sco
vered, except from the use of daer,.
from which they areprepared e~h n
atendance at the pjiggs~ibrws.
They vers. speedily~ gure di . it.
tended with .acidity. of thest ads
are a. very useful -.remedylfor. ~r mer
bowel complaintt in chikfr Tadrs for
ex pelling worms from child? I 3dmoe,
to four should be given ain th "Iapr
tions each day, tona child uan
according to age'.. When giveta 1tri
they abould be powderedand'miiJi
syrup. These Bills are easily tak~i~~~
ing on nau~seouts-taste, are per~~ ~
in all- eases, -"here -activefey
exist, and do not sicken personat
them.. S. R .CAM &T
.Forsalb iy. U D.T~isra s
Court Hotese, South Carulif,4- "
SApril i7 '
Tkshie the Praytice oiLas.
W. C. MORAGr
yune9' ; if
The State ou
At a Genteral Aembly n h
Cclunmi.ion the fourth Monlayn Nelovem -
ber, in the year..wf our ordi iossa
eigh htidred und fatythree.nifrou
thence contitied by. diverA r -eong ent
the 19th day -f-Decer * iits he same
. BiU to Uaar andenen I
bhrd a 'i'of th
I)E it enacted1 bytshe ee 44spn w
.ofRepreentatif -'V P*
in General Assembly, t 1tWi ctrfb ;7
the third article.of iiie Vomosthi"W4101.-i, ltq
and'amendcd to read asfoh
cial power shall be vested it'
inferior Court. of. Law and __
gslature shall froi.ime to tme - TM,
tablish;" the jdges of-each h'treid: !~ -
elected shall hold their commissionadri
behaviour untill they have attainedihe
sixty-five years, bt'no longer';andth fl
of the Siiperior'Copurts shall at stated t Jmea '
ceive a compensation -for their services wc1
inhall neitherbo increased nerdimin bd r
ing-their cdtitinuance in. office -t, they shial
receive no fees of perquisites officenorhiold
any othercifice of priiot or tiust undeithus'tatel. i
thie United States or in other poer.
In the Senate Huse; the. inetei"tk 4
Deember, In thejdi i-odLord oho
send eight hundred and 'r r
certify that the above bil has s'i daur
ing theeprdseut Se-sooi three tiinsiiin
Hdue of Reprisntative -and tihre
the Senate, andwi ~'W liy ti r
both Branches of the 6
Speaker of the Housi
Cdolumbia. 6ih i d 84>
i dk hdehly certify theog 'ozagtobeatr
end lite'alcopy of d Bill in tladS4 a
tei and auetnd the -firM Iti'dht -i r
ticle of (be Cd-st2dsn
teentli day of Dei~embr;n iie ear o u
Lord one thousand eight liuidte doid.' -o
three, and now in ih iofficei
Given under iyhdn4 atid th seal of thei
the day and t e i tie -
WM.-F. ART. UR,
- i . ep , Se yofSTaeS
Resulved,-That the ClerksofdteSenatea n0V
fitioel'f Reordeaestites, do calei B
passed bythis General Assembly, Id >
Bill to after anI ameuid the first:sio d.
.third article ofthe,C6uititution,"to be p i
ed three nionths-preiionns to-the next nAeora
Elections for members of the General Amen. ,
bly, agreeably to-t1 pfovisions of tsC
Resolved, That th6 House do*agree lto the
Ordered that it be Sent to the Sen ate or ~6117
T. W. GLOLER c
Decemher 19 1843
Resolved, That tihe Senate do concur t 1la
Ordered. That it bereturned to the Hou:se o
$ E. MARTIN , a
Ji.ly1 . 4m 24
etate of Sonth Carolinis
IN THE NGMMoPLES.
JosiahJp Ryan, e~r~~i6
Wm. Fiizr . *PA m s
- s. r'OTn MIaick
Fitzroy & Melunis . ment.
T H E Plaintifs having thisday 5le~
.teir delarations in thes above stated
cases- in toy officeamd the defendants
having not wife 60sattjrneys known to be
within the limiits of this State, on whom a
cop)y of said delraiions .with 'a rule to
plead can:gbe served r it is 'ordered, that
the said h-f~anui do pread to the said
declaratidcs, witbiw a yeat-and a day.
frorn t1% bientiesi of thi oder, orfinal
andt abl ~le juidgment will be awrs
~1$:>tIEO. POPE; C. C.'
iaeof South Carolinas
-EDGEFEI DfSTRTCT. N
r 'apo Dedaradaom
k~~* n Forign redbi s
liiriFPhdtff-having this diy 'fiudii'dd -
~earaidon in my office, an d bdlisfabV~
i ik or attorney, kaqwni tbd iinY
ihState on whonm a copy of theiiinetth a.
eut~lad, ca' lfserfed;-tseudered...that1
Te' fiaant plead to the ssid, d~tratiooue
.tiintayear and a daye.hf-Jihal absolute
]idemeni.wili be'given ' ~aiiuihib T
SGEU.1OPE e. ca..
:Cleiknoned. 16th March, 1844~
- wl~zkhler, ou an hs n
Cl s~e Pwel) and eher. ~
TT 'app'iaring to -the satisfacia of ta
LCominissioner, that the .Dbtdifdaitts~
Susannab, seranyaWilliai Mai Mai5
by Booham &Corip's.SeiioinOdered,
hat the saiddifendanvs do' plead-answer
e demur to .complainantsi~biliL wiihir
rder,:or-the snid4- bill will 1Wenakdan ro
confesso against thep:.
S: 8. TOM151fNS,c.ux .
UCotimissiouer's Otlice, July 16,1844:
ALAGA, TeneriffePot 5he rytand
Anrcan and C RIBRANDY
Old Peach and Ape~ do
Arekknes ne'pIy nind-DAfho PRR -.nd aaAbes