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Female seminary... _,
T HIS Institution will be opeued upon
nn extensive scale hy 'MS S .
A OISE. on Tuesday.the 2d of October, at that
airy and commodious residence formerly occu
pied by the. late Madame Priid'homme, Hud
son-street. north of the "Citadel,.andtwo doors
west or' Meeting-s., well kiowii as one of the
most sanluhriottslocationsin the city, No pains
will be spared-in procuring the most competent
d fficient Assistants; and Professors will be
ei lo -ed t. lecture upon, and. illnstrate the
SiNer, sa a complete Chemical and Philo
golI;~ paratus will be futnished.
ranch'comprising a complete course
. fench, Spanish, Italian, Vocal and
Instrunmental Music onthe Harp, Piano and
Guitar, Drawing, Painftitjg and Dancing.
Yon Adtea swill in'*-e' iv I as boarders,
S ose stue ien ill be
under the immediate super end e of Mrs.
Moise. . .
A caiefal-Directress will prqdipver the
Dormitories.and Lanndry, and every efort will
be made to render this Institution equal to. any
in the United States.
Those who have completed their Englisb
scholastic course. and desire to perflect ~thein
selves in Music, or the Languages, will be re
ceived as Parlor Boarders, and have the benefit
of the best Professors.
For English, from $8 to $15 00
French, Spanish ani Italian, each 10 00
Music on the Piano, 20 00
.4 Harp, - -
Drawing and Painting, - -
Boarding, including light and ftel, 50 00
1 Pnpilsentered for thme whole tern, will be re
ceived at a less price than by the single quarter.
Charleston, So. Ca., Sept. 1st, 1844.
His Excellency, Geurge W. Crawford,)
Ilon.John P. King,
lon. Andrew J. Miller, :
I11n. John W. Wilde, , 2
Col. Wmin. Cnmming, ' .
Rtobert F. Poe, Esq.,
John Bones, E-q.,
Rev. C. S. Doidd, Angm~taJ
Dr. J. W. Stoke. Hamburg.
Dr. James II. Gribn,
F. H. Elnore. E-s.,
Vm. Dearing, Esq., ) Charleston.
A. G. Ross. E1,1 ..
Ilugh Rose Banks. Esq., J
Sept. 11 4t 31
07 Savannah Republic.inand Edgefield Ail
restiser,jwill please copy one a week for four
IIAM 1UItRG. S. C.
T 1 E Subscribers uhave connected hem
selves in the VARE-1iOUSE AND
CO3131 ION BUSINESS, at the old stand of
G. WAI.mt. under the firti cif
WALKER & PEARSON.
They would beg leave to otffr theit services
to their friends aid the public general!. in the
transaction of a Cotxissitos Busi-Ess, in all
its branches. They are prepared to attend to
the Sale, Storage and Shipping of Cotton. E s
ron, Flour, and other Produce. Receiving and
Forwarding Goods, purchasing to order. &c. &c.
They feel assured from the favorable location
of their 4 areHouse, well known to the pub.
lie as the WATER PROOF W ARE HOUSE.
and fIr its many advantages in point of locatin.
nnid from the longi exnerience of il r. Walker in
the Cotton business. .vlo will ievote his per
sonal attentio'i-to te ales (if Cotton : ind
from their detet mianation to devote their unndi
vided attention to [lte btusinnss. they will be
able to give general satisfaction.
Their charges will be for s.-l!ing cotton 25cent<
per bale; for shipping do, 12 cents; tir selli aill
other prnduce 2.j per cent ; 425 cents per pack
ange for receiving and lorwarding Mlerchanidise.
N~o commiission wvil he charged onr custuomers
for the purchiasing otf goodsa. llavinmg a fine
Whota f attached to omur W'are lionise.. nun
WVharfage will be chairged ont Cottonm 2onsignted
tn our caire, either for sale or to Ihe shipped to
Savanniahi or Chatrleston. -Liberal adyices on
produce consigned to us. will be made when
We piledge onrselves not to speentlate in or
purchnase one b-ale ol Conttn, lbut devote an un
divided attention to dhe interest ofotnr customers
which wve hope will insure us a liberal i~atron'
WVA L1ER & PEARSON.
1. L. PEA RSON
I avail myself of the p'rcseint oc'casinn to re
turn may thanks to my friends annd patrons for
theirliberal suppiort during the past fotur years;
annd I asinre them I properly appareciate their
kindness -and cotifidencee ;' aind int rettirn will
use my. best .personal elfforts to prote-et their.
intetest when confided to Walnker & Pearson,
for whom I would solicit your confidence and
September 4, if 32
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS
Water Proof, aned No Mistake
WJR -UO USE ,
HAM BURGS. C.
T H! E Subscribers still cotntinn* at thes above
stand, to RELCElTE and sTORE, SELL or
Ootton; Flour, Bacon, &c..
RaCKIvE AND) PIRwARD
Purchase GOO D& to-order,;&c. &c.
Produce etr to :llema witlisinstructions as to
its disposal, shall be PROMPTIt. attended to, and
-norders. in every instance, strictly obeyed.
Feeling gratefid for past favors. they respect
* -fully solicit a continuance of the eame -
[I. k. J-EF FER.9 & CO.
.Hamburg, Atnust 24, 1844 . .6mn 31
Ware-house & Comunis
A U GUS TA. G A-.
Mi P. STOVALL, (late of dhe firm of
il. -STOTALLt & Sirmxows & Cn4.) would
resp~ectfullyinformt his friends and public gen
eraully, that he has taken the commodious FIRE
PROOF IVARE-HIOU5E. known as.-"Cuff
MtSG's" and recent ly ocCupied by Messrs. Bus.
tin-& Walker ; which,'having streets on three
sides atnd a large vacant lotoen the forth, is not
snrt,~sand for safety and convenicaice by any
in tee city of Angusta.
IHe will devote his strict personal attention
to the titerest of his patrons, in the Sale and
Storage of COTTON or any other Produce
with which be may be favored; to tine pur-1
chase-aod forwairdinig of Goods; and the Coma
mission Business Generally; and trnst, from
many years.epeinc in the business, to receive
a fair-share o1 patronage.
His-charges will be as-moderate as those of'
other similar establishments in the city-.
Cash advances will be made,:when required,
on Prodnece in Store. . ~j.
M NB.-Wagons or Carts laded'ith -Cot
ton, to Augtusta, are not requ~ired i&'pay Toll
at our Bridge, coming or goitng.
a.o.i.,ta,, &a. Ag-29 r-ti.t t 32 1
Y virtue of soudry wvriIs of.:Fieri Fa
-_Wcias to me directed, 1.will -proceed 1o
sell at Edgefield Court House on the First
Monday and Tuesday in October next,
the followtig property
William l. Moss, Adm'r., vs. Rachael
Moss, the tract ofland where the defend
ant lived at the time of her death, contain
ing five hundred and fily-Gfve acies, more
or less, known as the Springfield tract, ad
joining of lands of Malichi Brunson, Dr.
Richard T. Mims and others.
Executors of Casper Nail vs. Miary But
ler, the tract of land where the defendant
lives, adjoining lands of Millege Galphin
Executors of C. Nail vs. Mary Butler,
three negroes, Ben, Patsy and Lucy.
W. W. Hitch, Adm'r. and others, vs.
R. R. Hunter, one Wagon and three Hor
Alexander Sharpton and others vs.
Lewis Murrah, a tract of land containing
one hundred acres, more or less, adjoining
lands of A. Sharpton, T. B. Spivy and
.other,. Also, two ilorses.
Braanon & Anderson, vs. Vrances irn
brel-i, oe negro man by the name of Nace.
The State vs. Jehu Mouchet, a tract of
latd containin2 three hundred atd twenty
five aeore or lesq, adjoining lands of
Abner PiiinAi gh M. Quarles and oth
Brannon & A derson, vs. Martha Mi.
ner, the interest of the defendant in a tract
of land containing one hundred and fifty
;.cres; more or less,.ajioing of lands of
Arthur Low and others.
W. W. Starke vs. John Marsh and Jar
rott Wise, two tracts of land ; one tract
coutaining one hutidred and fifty ncres,
more or less, known asithe Benjamin New
tract, on the road from Columbia to An
gutta, adjoining lands of William Johnson,
Sarah Gregory and Lewis lholmes; the
other tract, containing one hundred and
frty acres, more or less, known ae a tract
orland given by Benjamin Cofield to Julia
New, adjoining lands of William Johnson,
Lewis liolmes and Mrs. Autery. lying on
or near the road from Lo:t's to Aiken-lev
ied ott as the property of Jarrott Wise.
Ii. BOUL WARE, s. F,. n.
Sept, 14 3t 34
Y virtret f sundry writs of Fieri F -
cias, I will proceed t. sell at Edge.
field Court House, on the First Monday
and. Tuesday in October uext, the follow
Martha J. Seibles and others, vs. Mack
Lam;ar, one nogro woman. Mariah.
.Luther Roll, N. L. Griffin andl others,
vs. Ch;arlcs Lamar, tho above named ne
gro woman, Miari~ah.
J. Wooten & Smith, and others, vs.
Edward Butler, the interest of the defend
aut in the iract of land where William But
ler lived at ihe time of his death, coutain
itg two hund!red and fifty acres, more or
let, adjining lank of Harry Culbreath,
'a ilcv Bioutrtnham and thera.
Leroy I. 11inoy a:d others, vs. Henry
and James l 'vati. a tract of latd contain
ing one hundred and eighty are-. more or
less, adjoining of land of Thomas W. Mor.
ton .atnd others.
Brannuon & Anderson vs. Chts. Price.
the tract of land where the defenadarnt lives,
containinag two _hnndre.1 acres, more or
less, adjoining of lands of D. D. Marvin
The State vs. SamuEl if. Williams. W.
C. Williams and Moody H arris, one Mare
and Colt. the property of the defendam
'alooaly lliar ri<
Jaahtt it. Daaw attd athIers, vs.~ Joahn Os
K. hJltmmonmd, one negro boy by the name
Lewis Sample atnd Wells Clary, vs.
Elias Watson, one negro girl by the name
Patrick Leonardl, vs. M. L Gearty, the
tract of lattd where the dlefendaint Jives,
contttaiing twenty-two acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of F. O'Cunnor and ath-t
Blar.ltman Warrick and rihers, vs. Jo
sepha Rumley, the rract of land where the
defendant Iivesc, conttaining six-,onr acres,
more or less. adjuitting lands of Abijah Al)
ney ansIothers.. Also, one Horse.
J ames Terry, Commissioner, andl oth
era. vs. Lewis kllzey, a tract of land con
taining fouar haundredl aeres, more or less,
adljaining lands of Elizaebeth Carter, A. J.
Rambo and others.
Brannon & :nmlersoii, vs. William H-Jam
ilhon, the tract of lanal where the dlefendanit
lives. conttaining one hunadred and eighteen
acres, mrore or less, ajoitning lands of
Nancy Flino and others.
Benujamain Ontz, vs. Wilson W. Crain
and Moody liarris, the tract of land where
the adefendant W..ils~p WV. Crain lives,
cntting one hundred acres, amore or less,
adljoinintg landls oif Josepah Bohdon, Moses
liarris and others.
John Chappell, vs. David Rogers, the
tract of lanad where the defenadant lives,
containing one Itundlred and sixty acres,
rymare or less, adjoining lands- of Wtllis
Morse and others.
IH. BOULWARE, s. E. ni
Sept. 11, St 33.
B virtuae of an order from the Court
.. f Commonn Pleas,-I wIll proceed to
sell at Ed:;efield Court House, on th-e First
Mondlay ina October next, the following
property, in the follon ing attachment, to.
Plunkeit & Simpson, vs. Henry Bice,
otte Horse, Saddle and Bridle.
H. BOUL W A RE, s. E. D.r
Sept. IR 2t 31 06 .34
Dr. ELEBERT BLAND,
WO[ULD respectfully inform the citizens
of- Edgeield.C. I., and its vicinity,
that he has opened an office in the house for
mealy occupied by John.S. Jeter as a law
office, where he can be found at all times,
except when attending professional business..
Hie will attend-to any business itt the line of
hais profeassion, and he pee by- care and atteutton
to receive and deserve a share of public patron
May 22 if -17
3O BOXE1S atnd 5 easks prime Goshe,
CI H E8E, rich and mild.
For sake by UA. KENRICK.
Ha~mburg, Ag n2.1. - 3tis . - 31'
'tate of Sonth aro lina
IN-THE COMMON PL'EA S.
Curry & Caver, Declaration
Vs. in Foreign Attach'
B. S. Miller, mar.
Willani Curry, D&Iaration
Vs. 'u Foreizn Attack
Henry Carter. ininl.
Jared E. Groce, Decaration
Vs. in Foreign Au-rcA.
The Same. ) ent.
Curry & Caver, Dcclaralion
Vs. in Forign Attach
The Same. int.
William Curry, Declaration
Ts. ?in Forrign Attack.
The Same. Mcnt.
Jared E. Groce, vs. Declaration
The same. anid in Foreign Attach
Benjamin S. Miller. ment.
Curry & Caver, Declaration
vs.in Foreign Attach
John WV. Carter. Iment.
B. W'. Groce, Declaration
vs. in Forcign Attach.
W. Curry, Declaration
VS. in Foreign Attach
The Some. iient.
SA. 1-ibler, ) Dclaration
vs. in Foreign Attach
iran N. Wilson, ,A nt. ment.
Jarael Bond, for the use Declaration
of the same, vs. in Foreign Attach
The Same. . ncnt.
T HE Plaintiffis in the above enses, fi.nviia
this day filed their declaration in my 'I
fice and the defendnts hatvita t ch -if~ orat
torney, knwii to be wvitltiia tIh Stale il- t whoml
a cpy of said declaratin, wie, iI life to plead
can be served It is ordered, thn t . said do4
fndatdo pled. to the said declaration, witltita
a year aridga day firoi the publicatioa of tlIk I
order, or fintil and tihsoldite judgraaetc wVill beI
awarded agnnrt theei.
Gh. POE. c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 6, De3. ly r
Allum Spring Fills,
For he Cure of Dysn, epsi u icrojolrs and
TtM'SE PILLJS are prepared by Dr.
S R.ae pbell from tfii .rier of
te highly celebrated iicratl Spriong in i
Roclhbridgo county Virt~tinirt, called tian:
Alum tdin w.
These Pillkn n, like the water from i hich
they are prepared, are ;w ihratic, nt poead
in the secretion ofr rine t il at alt'rative
inorea i t the s aeiretionws oi hi ganalnk
system generally, a tid lintiorly or the
liver. T1hey act gently, hut efllccitrall '
uot the owels, atcr two or tirce tly'
use of' them, producing copiuos dark, bit.
arhey also effect a determination to the
surface, increasing the lersPisalin ; tere.
rore, they are a gre t prifir ofdthe blood,
and equnliser of the circuilation. Each
pill is equal to a coi on glass ofthe
ter. They should ao tapn bepr bD.ch
meal, and from six to ten or twelve should
be taken in the coumre of e.,eh dav', l1ar a
fortnigh, and en omit them for te spni
period. For the cur i of thecabove d es
es, persePcrace in the use of these Pills,
is all important; and ir they nre persvr
ingly used, every ;ilternate f'roi~ht, a cetI
may tnore certaily lie expezicd, than ttn
de any other re atioouine erlofore rico
i'ered, except from tn use o the iater,
from which they anre p arirea. rhr ly o an
attendance at the Springs ni' otherwie.
They v'ery speedily core fdirrrhoaas at
tended wlh acidity of the somch, tihd
ore a very are-gl remedy rfor the subrnr
bowel conplaint iii children. alo Eac
expelling worms frotn children. From t e
to four should be given in three equal hr.
mo ea dayn r , to n or twe should
b akenrdin thae. coren ofve eacha,a
foth anoud tepn~ omit ted and tiie sith
period. FThe cilure oft aken hvs
ing pernsernci te use ofetheseil s,
in all csestwhere anditey arrever- o
dexist an ohe tnot enn perforir~hie dico
Cortd except Sromuthe Caoifthwaer
ro hc they~ a ndrird ichrbya
W HOnhancestout the rinsoth othtte ranse
Thyvryespeedilyaenre diarr'atd enrat
tendm t ot dieltyotf thea solome gich,
Te aFoor tnu iemdyto the s umm s oer
hoed ioniloont intchvildrea io for~t
actuallyn crwesorms. rom childen. roicm oneu
eter pourt oul te aiven incit'It th e n.
theoec isy pur a hehy. tlendy s hix hrs
isccormdn from ata. Wtheien bo thi ldn
cathe hulb o disa. en tre amin ixed path
ofyher odyan Th ee inibis ar bail .o taken, v
ein na nauseu tsIe, loo erfecia tly afeu~
tha ar. aes ther itttive feverta- rs !'an tn
caeti and artiesen person: thn hil usin
thet. hiiS.cas R.~i oI Pnala'. e I
touprto Hofie Sfulht, alinda.hh~ls.ro
uT mo teicoste Canid etnteci
W Hel whhchstply duthe briuwth tlitan
a driethiases asem , ul nreftbat-uoi o
thim can pobermdiwlellru nrt Pllsiegll.ts
ifTihe ato tke tieto tke otmal i r tonrt
eds intom btohd hirctin aial siramth giaawina
through al the samifentie o the sstrie .ao
dndy impatths sregt awl conie life.alr
atuldy srae. morm . rain d buitds tiata and~k
esery ad ofhe antmimlmacin e.vc t theirod
friendsr, whpend ewshehy theb bod whiac.
isfred from, jund sppored by the bolovd.
aoete bd & effetion. Ednehls ild. h-ie,
even. & Drse the biilood ciruting tr' throughir
that art, tahkevime matt L D er rmat.o
okpeuryn offuWhitc, Slid wit b lern
Geenoodic; hematte etinto he cir.
etin so sad cho. la ke p Co he H lingb. o
vPrsswich ctsuplter braiwith itins.
this" canb Aremt ed~i-teBadrt il il
Jfued 1 7tee ieaeot 2mpr3mt
heathat-tee t ime the ar e rgt he1 iti
caE atckon Oh ow, iecprat it inoamn n
Tmd, thai hisujehen twell compreheled hi
e atofte ienr thei sevice nd theire
frendst when oewife orhetorne wniv
tosb iethihaetiwo ac
riniph ie sa4 1 a ropdwy. ca li
re sppt jst receed ha the Dfolnowint
antsd, r fina& and..R aboEdgednt H.
J. . &D.C. myey,- PM!en scr-e ; .h
McLrkn fc, A pril 30, L4. ermn
hfo' sale byD. le Co. H AN.
Prie2eme per bo3ih nldretos
State of Sout i arolua.
Susan L Yeldell, and Wm.) Bill for
1. Yledell, by their G uar- .
diai. vs. Elizabeth L. Yel- Partittom
dell and othets.
N OTICE is hereby given that by virtue of
an order from Chancellor Harper, I shall
offer for sale to the highest bidder, at Edgefield
Court House on the first Monday in October
next, the real es-tate of William H. Yeldell, de
ceased, consisting of fie following tracts of
One tract containing five hnndred and
ninetl (590) acres, more or less, situate in the
District and State aloresaid, on Cufietown
Creek, being the late residence of the dee'd.,
and adjoining lands of E, B. Beleher, Beverly
Burton and L 11. Mundy.
Also,one other tract, in the District and State
aforesaid, on Winn Creek, containing one hun
dred (100) acres, more or less, aud adjoining
lands of George 3lariiii,Samuel Stalnaker and
Said lands to be sold on a credit of one and
two years in equal instalments, except so much
a will pay the cost of this case, which must be
paid in cash. The puichasers giving bond and
approved tureties and mortgage of the premi
ses to secure the purchase money.
S. S. TMPK[NS, C. E. E. D.
September4, 4t 32
For Pfiblishing a Ieekly Newspaper, in the town
of Hamburg S- U.
TO BE ENTITLED THiC
"GIVE US BUT LIGHT."
T H E Suhcriber does not deem it necessa
ry to make any apology for the establish
ment of a new paper in this District. or this
place. He knows that the Wealth and the in
telligence of the people in this section, are am
ply sifficient to support another journal, and
ho believes that the wants of tihe community in
a place .of the growit g importance and rapidly
Increasing coutnerce of flamburg, are sucn as
to deimid it.
le hopes by his tntiring zeal, and his sed
nil.uts attention to the titerests of his subscri
hers, to receive : liberal share of the public
patronage. It will always he his aim to spread
before then in his columns, the earliest and
most usefni information on all subjects, which
cen legitimately within his province. Ifhe
fail in this enterprize, to command success, he
will at least have the proud consciotusness of
having deserved it.
In appearing before tie public, in the char
neter of a conductor of a jiiurnal, the question
is naturally asked, what are the principles in
tended to be alvocated? We reply, that we
will ndvmcate, fearlessly, the cause of Demo.
cracy, having at al times an eye single to the
safety of our own beloved State, and its insti
The elevation ofhJ.MEsK. Pot.r.and GEoRGE
.11. DALLAS, to the respective stations to which
they have been nomi tinted by the voice of the
Democratic palty, will receive our most hear.
,y stpport. We will oppose the present Ta
rifi. and in fact any other, which has for its
object the protection of the Manufacturing in
teiest, to the injury of the producers of the
great stap!es of the country. We are not the
advocntes of passive submission or non-resis
tnce, to ntconstituttional and oppressive legis
lation on the part oflthe Federal Government,
but will be controlled and governed by the
State of South Carolina, in whatever action
she may take in protecing her citizens against
We will pay stict attention to the interests
of' the Merchants, Plaiters. and Mechanics,
in giving then the earliest foreign and domes
tic intelligence; in fact, nothiig shall he want
ing npon our pait, to render otrr journal in
terestiung and instructive to all classes of society.
For the informatior, especially of our coum
try frietnds, the various flucttuations in the price
of Cotton akall always be noticed, tmd we will
regnin ly publish a correct Prices Current of
all aniticles of Merchandise in our market-.
Our zeal in defentce of our favorite politicaf
tmeasures, ahall niee lead its beyotnd the limits
of courtesy to our opponients, we will endea
vor cotistantly to hear in tmind, that "all men
are borti equal," anid conseqgnetntly enitled to
their own opinions upon any subject.
We will admit into our colutms temperate
disnssioiis on all topics of initerest, always re
scrying to oturselves the right of exclnding such
commnicatnonis, as ini our jindgmient may not
he sttittable. We will not piermilt ourselves to
be made the tool ofatny eligne or pat ty. in reli
gion or politics, butt wtill always endeavor to
support ttie character of tan independent advo
cate of Republican principles.
Terms -The RErcBLtCis will- be printed
tpon a large super royal sheet, with entire new
materials, aitd delivered to subscribers at the
reasotable price of two dollars anid fifty cenits
per annum, in advanice, or three dollars at the
end of thme year. And to those at a dis
tanice, the paper will be put- up, and senit
regnintrly. 'The diiy of publication will be fix
ed as siotn as a sufficient number ofsnbscribers
tre obtaitned to warrant a comnmeneemnent.
Allvertisintg and Job-Work at the customary
*,* P'ersons holdi'ng subscription lists wiuth
please lorwanrd snch names as may be attadhsed
to them, with the namie of the Post Oflice to
which they are to be sent, to Edgefield C. H.,
by the 20thi of' September.
Postmasterr are auithorised to frank all lettersr
cotitining ordcrs or remittancesr for Newvspa
pers, free of postage.
g7 Papers thronghout the States of South
Caroina and Georgia. will~please give the
bove one or two itnsertions, and the fatvor will
be reciprocated, if the enterprise should suc
Brought to the Jail
OFthis District, a negro man who calls
himself SA M, and says be belongs
to Mr. WVhitehead, who he says, lives on
Bukhead Creek, io Burke County, Ga.
Said fellow is about five-feet six and a half
inches' high, very dark complexion, and
between forty five and fily' years of age.
He has lost one of his-frontr teeth, and has
a small sear on his nose. When first
brought to Jail, hie had a Pass to hire him
self out, signed "John Harrison," and then
said his- name was Robert. lie says his
present owner purchased him in Charles
ton, S. C.
The owner is reqiestedio-come forward,
prove property, pay charges and take him'
away, otherwise he will be dealt with as
the la~w directs. .OD AJiO
Ktigust'14 -tf 29 -
AFRESH supply of Cdndyg Sugar Plnutos,
Kisses, &c., constanitlyton hand.
Brazil Nuts,. English Walnats,. Alnonds,
Figs, Raisins, &cc.
-"K 'LA. KNNRICK.
mbrg, 844- if 13'
Stte of Jo VC~rtia
ABIBEVILLE DST M.
aes Ta art'. 'or. -i0l .Appo m
- e - - ment, Assers, *C.
arOn Lomax tial. - - -
N motion of Mr. Perrin;conplainantt'SBa
licitor: Ordered, that..the Comminssioner
five three months* notice, in the Abbeville
Banner, atid such other paper as'he my deem
proper, to all the creditors or Moses Taggart,
ate Ordinary of Abbeville District, nnw dec'd.,
is well as those having demand'foir monieys
received by him as Ordinary as foresaid,.AS
lIis individuial creditors, at the time of his deitth.
whose deniands have not been fully:and pro.
perly paid by hin Executor, to come in before
lie said Commisasiomnr, and prove their do.
minds; and that such of them as shall not
ionie in and prove th'eir demands; on, or bef'oi
i peremptory day, to be fixed by the Commis
,ionterwhich day shal! be at least thiee months
rromn the publicntion of the said notice, shall be
excluded from the benefits of this Decree
[Signed] W.M. HARPER.
In puarsnance ofthae said.Deretal Order. I
ippoint Friday, the first day of November
riext, on, or befote which, the creditors asafore
laid will appear before me, and prove their
H. A. JONES, C. E. A. D.
Comin'rs. Office, W9 June, 1844.
July :1 3m 23
S ta~tte o f b01 th Cl arl-inla.
IN 7IE COMMON PLEAS.
T ALBERT CH EATIHAM. who has been
irrested. and is now coifined within the
oiinds aof the Jail of Edgifield District by virtue
f a cajias ad satisf'cieidumit, at the'snit of
Wil B. Holmes and Bttler Willioant, having
iled his petition. with a sliediile on oath, of
ais whole estate and eflects, with the purpose
aohtaining the benefit of the Acts ofthe Gen
ral Asrseambly, commonly called the Insolvent
l'iablic notice is hereby given, dint the pnd.
ion ofthe said Talbert Cheluatia will he heard
ind considered in the Cou to(if Common I'leds
'or -'.d.gfield Diatrict,at Edgerield Conri honse,
ii the 9th day of Uctober next, or on such other
Iv as the Cairt my order, during tha term,
ainmenring oi the first .Moanday in Qctober
ixt, at said place; and nil the creditorsorsaid
T'albert Cheatham are hereby suniitiaed per.
onally, cr by attorney, then and there in said
Conri, to show case, if.any they can, why
he benefit nit the Acts aforesnid -should not be
,rarnted to the said1 ralbert Cheatham. upon
ds execitting the assigntetit reqired b3 the
TIIO . G. BACON, c. c. P.
Clerk's 0lice, Jnne 18, 1841.
June 19 3m 21
state of Soith Carolina.
ED EFI ELD DISTRICT.
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
B ENJA.U IN F. JOirNES. who has been
arte.ted, and is now confined within the
ounds of the Jail of Edgefield District, by vir.
iac olt two Writs of Capias ad Satishfciendum,
i the suits of Chirles J. Glover, and Mains
ield Hlollingswoirth, having filed his 'petition
vith a. schedule, on oath. of his whole estate
ind etects. with the purpose of obtaining the
ene'fit of the Acts of the General Assembly,
:omnnianly called the Insolvent Di-btirs Acts.
Public notice ik hereby givean. 'Tit the peti
ion orfthe said Benjamin F. Jones will be heard
anal considered in the Court of Common Pleas
'or EIgetihal District. at Edge'fiald C. House,
mi the ninth day of October next er o such
tler day as the Conrt nay order. during the
erm, commenciii o the tir< Aonaday in
)rtoehr next, at said place; and all the credi.
ors aat' the said njanmin F. Jones, are hereby
minioned personaly or by attorney. then and
hre, ii. said Com t. io show aense, if any they
all, why rhe bene'it of the Acts aforesaid
lonlid not be granted to tho said Denjamin F.
Fnes. uipain his execiting the assignment re
jiaired by tie Act aforesaid.
T'l'OS- G. BACON, c. C. P. E. D.
Clerk's Q~fi cr.
Jnly 1, 18 13. 3m 23
Stte of South Carolina.
fN THEI COMMON PLEAS.
A IRAII A)I W. ROACH., who is naow ina
- thiecustodly of' the Shaeriff' of Edgefisla
District by virtue of thae suarrender ofhais bait, at
the suit of L. Trapana, htaviung filed his ;-etitioan
with a schiedaule, ont oath, of his whole estate
ana elfects, with the purpose cuf oibtainaing the
benefits of' thre Acts aofithe Geinerail Assenably,
coimmiontly cralled the inusolvieiat Dbataars Acts.
Pnblic aaotiee is hereby givena, Thait the peri
tiona of' thtesaiad Abirahamn W. Rloach will be
hetard rad coniside'red itt the Caourt of' Commont
Pleias for Edlgetieldi District, at Edgc'feld Court
iotnsae, on the ainath dray of October next, or ona
imla oiter day as' the Coiturran or dsr. diarinag
le terma, coaaain'iag ota the first Monday iun
tetaaber tmext, at said ptlace; and all rhe credi
tars tal the rnida Alaraihtam W. Roach. are hereby
tmmotnend persotnally or by rattorney. thea anal
hierce. in naid Curt, to sthew ranse, if any they
'ra, why thae b)eet aaf the Acts nf'oaes'aid shouald~
oahe bc ?r~ated to the saidi A braham WV. Roaachs,
pota hi'a executing the assignmen tt reqtuired by'
ie Acts afaara'snid. -
T11t08. G. BA CON, G.C. P. Erin.
Clerk's a<fire Jauly 5, 1844. zm :24.
state of' So0til CrPolm
IN TfIE COMMUN PLE AS.?
R ICHIA R) D IA NKINSON, wihles-ieen
arrestaed, and is niow mconfinted wvithin. the
atn tnds aof t he Jail of Edgefield Dis t2fybvir
te' of' a Writ of' Capins aid Respondenddenpia
lie suit of Jasper Gibbs, having thi.dnydfiled
is petitionu, wviah a. scheidule on'8th, of his
shi'de estate anad ell'acts,. withithogdrpose 'of
>atntininag the benrent of'the Acts of thel eneral
'ssemably oal the said State,-coramord~ called
lie Instalvenat Debtors Acts:
Public Notice is hierarby giver, to the said
lasper Gibbs, acid ahl other sniang riditors,;and
thters interested, that thes -i'titionsof' the said
Richiard Haninason will be hua~abluabconisid
red in the Couart of' Conmman Pfleas for Edge
trlal District, at .Edgefleldi Court" Honse, on
I'hur.'diy thae tenth duy of.0cteGrnet, or on
ama'h ather dray thecrennt'er,xgdthe Caurt budy
irder, daurintg ihe term, comnurgnctnuon thie first
onaiday of' October noext isaid'place,:mnd
all the c'redincore of thae sraid Richard Hankinson;
re haerebay suammonedc, persornallyor by atter
sey, then racd there ini sai~t oat rito shewv
:nnis, if any they cain, whtyAbeneflt of ie
t ets af'oresnid shotild'noct ie '~dto the said
Richard Hunaakinsomn.nptlon Ih crpyg wi~th
he reqnaisitionts of the law in a m~e ade
TilOS. G. B3ACO
Clerk'., 05eac. Jmaly 1)1844
&1LI Persons indcebted to the~b
fI late Samuet F. A.:McDiit d
ire regnteated to make immendiate pas . u'd
all persons having demands agarnst ,.$te
nf said deceasedaare requested to rpr n~~iem
ily attested, withiathe.ime..pres i by,
Sentember 4,1844- 3
The "Staeo '
At a. On Ai t 6eg u ' ol s at'
Colominbia un the ro ainO ah
ber in the year ofo ri b d
eight hundred and
lhe~ie continued by 'i
the 19th day of Decembet ni
.Lillo oalter and amend
Mird article of the ..
E it enacted, by tie Senitejdtt
B of epresentatiyes, now met a t
in General .Assembly, that the lit
the thiird artic.Ie or the Constitution be8e4 "
and amended to readas fllow.s-' Thedi
cial power shall betvested in sch SUeo 86
inferior Courts or"LAw.-anF4 d*Eq's theLe
gislnture shall from tn3 to.tim.4idetzabdies
tablish;". the *idges of.e.ncbhereiftitoihW
electedsball d eircowntsinsar.'ggoo C
behaviour untill they-have attimnd th
sixt five years,- bnt no ionger;de the
of the Snperior Courts bha at stjedtimee
ceive a compensation for tir adi in i, 1
shall neither ba increased nor diim
ing their contintajic-in offii i iQb
receive no fees of perquisites:of off ui
any other efiice of profit or trustanof
the United States-or.any other'ioe
In the Senate House, the 'bnineethdeo
December, in theyearnf.6ir ordone
sand eight hundred.and fo t
dertify that.the'above bill has- ee
ing the present Seision three't 'i e
[louse of Representatives, aidthdi're m n -
the Senate, and w-as agreed to bjtwo-thiris o
both Branches of the whole represestation.
Speaker of the Honse of Rejresetatiye
President brthe Seiats
Columbhia. 6th Jdni. 44.
I do hereby certify the roregoingtobA
and literal copy of a Bill entitled.'A Bill-t
ter and amend the first sectidn of the third a.
ticle of the Constitution." - Passed on iAenind
teedih day of December, in the ear of-ot -
Lord one'thousand eight hundre aind fbith
three, and now i'n this office'
Given tinder my hand and the deal of the a
the day and yeni'abovo written-. -
. Dep. Sec'ry. of State -
IS TrHE HoDSR'OF REPREsxNTATIVESp
December 17, 18,44
Resolved, That the Clerks of the Senaie an4
[lonse of Representatives, do cause (heB
passed by this Ginefal Asdembly, enthled A
Bill to alter andI amend the finrt ection .fth
third article of the Constitution" to bejruhlsh.
ed three months previous to the neitGeanerl
Elections for members of the G ieaAuaen-1
bly, agreeably to the profiaiin
tution. - 4 -
Resolvcd, That the' I.onpe d agrabto
Oi dered tliatit be sert tdhe Sen
T. W. CiLOLERec i
EN THE. SESTE,
December 19, lF43 5
Resolved,. That the Senate do concur tn the -
Ordered, That it be returned 'o the House of
Represen ta tives.
WM. E. MARTIN, e. s.
J.ly O :4m 24-:
State of South Carolina
EDGEFIE L D. DISTRICT.
IN TIE CGMMON TLEAS.
Josiah J. Ryan, D
Wmn. Fitzroy. . . ign Atackmnt
3osiahbJ . Kyart, )Detddiietionn~i
Fitzroy & Mielunis. O nent.
thideclarajfnsinthe above stated
cases in my ot aid the adefendaard
haing no wirde o torneys known to be
withitn the limise'o f51s State~ on'whom d
copy of said dlriaratons withi a rutle' to
plend can he -serveil-: I t is ~ordered, that
'the said defendants do plead to ijhe said
dleclarattififi irhin"- a year and a' day
fromnatheipublication of this ordcr, or fitiat
and iebsqlue judgment will: be awar-ded
GEO. POPE, c. c. r
.Cletk'sOice, alay 6, 1841.
Magy8, 15 1v
Stete of South Carolina.
,GE FIELD DISTRICT.
30fckiles. in Foreign Atachmeu.
THi Plaintiff having this day filed his de
claratiotn in mny ot ce, and the ~defendaat '
having no wiife or attorney, knowvn to'he 'ithin~
tniid State' on whom a copy of the~ same~kth'd
rnleito plead, cait be served: It isordered;-iet
'the -delendant plead -to theinaid declaration,
vithain a year atid a day,- or final and absolute.
judgement will be given against him.
G EO. POPE, c.c. P.
~Cleik's Office. 16th March, 12 44~ -
-March2#0 1y . 8.
State of South Caroiina,
EDGEF TELD DISTI'iU.
Elam Burkhal'er, and others,; Bill for
Charles Powell, and others. Priin
T appe-arin; to the sattsfaction of the'
.-Commissioner~ that the 'Defsenants;.
Susannals, Seiy, William, JT5b5 Mar.
Elizabeth, and -.-- Parkmaq, resider
beyond the limits of the State, n mnotron
by Jlnilam, Comp's. Solicitor, Orded~f
that the said dlefendanisdo-plead answer
or demur -to comniaiuants bill,' wihire
three months. from the publieltion of this'
order, or thesaiddbi.Will; 6e 'taen' pro~
-S..S. TOM PIOINS, C. K. K. D.'
Commtissionler's Office, July '16,1844.
'-uy 17, Iam3mn 25'
Wines, Brandy, Ging &c.
fA LAGA, Teneriffe, Port; Sherry,-an&
Amerienn and Holland GIN,
American and Cognae BRANDY,
Old Peach and Apple do
A fresh supply of choie PORTER and'A LF,
in quarts and pints. For sl
Hamburg'April 20. tf 13
AstuurgOT H. A.KENRCL.