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"Prove 46i4', and hold fast to that
HESE-Pills are no longer among those
. doubtful utity. They have passed
V;aw Yom the thousands daily launched on
t ofexppriment," and now stand higher
jdf ition,and 're becoming more exten
sivy- used,,than.any other medicine ever pre
a red.. They have been introdnced into every
plaie where ithasbeen found possible to carry
them, and, there are;few towns, or villages,
.but contain-sonem remarkable evidences of
their good effects. But it is n'ot necessary to
advertise them. at large,-or to say any thing
further of them, thin,to E caution, those wish.
ing to purchase Antibillious Familyl Medlie,
to-beparticular to enquire for-SPENCER'S,
VEG EABLE PILLB, as there are numer
ous preparations put on sale almost every day,
of doubtful efficacy. To satisfy the sorld of
the inestiniable worth of this Medicie, I
would simply observe that, it has been long
iused by some of the leading lights of..the pro
fession in their extensive practice, adis now
prepared with great care, and upon scientific
and chemical principles, for general use, by
the resent proprietor 6Ni. '' sti' datzoio
of qcannot be aifzeto, thi
Medicine, sine0 it is the pr rason of dar
practising Physisr e sinade te A
art their profession, and whose phannacente
preparations ,il Weer be heid in the highest esti
02'Read the following certificate from Mr.
0. C. Kelsey. a popular merchant of Tomp
kin's Bluff, Ala.. and thousands of a similar
character might be given if necessary to prove
the efficacy, popularity and usefulness of this
Tompkin's Bluf, Ala., Jan. 4,1843.
Dr. A. Spencer-Dear Sir: I wish you to
forwned me a large supply of your pills; I don't
think 300 boxes too large a quantity to send.
I sold 160 boxes the last six months; they are
they most popular pill in this place. For bill
ious complaints, sick-headache, dyspepsia, cos.
tiveness and such like diseases, they are con
sidered almost an infallible remedy. I have
been agent for Dr. Peter's Pills, and formerly
sold a large amount yearly; but I now sell three
dozen of your pills to one of his. My custom
ers think them superior to Peter's or any other
Respectfully yours, 0. C. KET.sET.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with full direc
OE7'A fresh supply, just received and for sale,
in Edgefield, by J. D. TIBBETT'S, and on
enquiry may be found generally in all the
cities, villages, and at the principal Country
Stores throughout the State.
Oct. 30. 6m 41
qEGETABLE FEVER AND AGUE,
AND ANTI FEVER
T HESE PILLS wherever they have been
fairly tried have established an enviable
celebrity, and are daily superseding all other
preparations in Curing the diseases for which
they are prepared.
The following certificate is from Judge For
est, a gentleman of the first respectability in
Jefferson co., Alabama.
JonesborW'. Ala., 4th Feb. 18 44.
I certify that in the summer of 1842 I had a
severe attack of fever and ague, and was for
some time under the treatment of a physician,
but received no benefit from his prescriptions
--my disease continuing to increase ini the
frequency and severity of its attacks. I at last
had recourse to Dr. Hull's Fever and Ague and
Anti-Fever Pills, and in using half a box .vas
entirely cured, and have remained in good
health ever since. I aflerwards had in my
family several cases of fever and ague, and
have in every instance made uise of Hlull's
Pills, wvhich hive always immediately effected
a cure. J. F. FoRasT."
Price, 81 per box, with directions.
la'. A fresh supply, just received and for
sale, by J. D. TIBBETT'8.
Oct. 30 6m 41
Remedy for Coughis,
R. I1HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES are
mst rapidly superceding all other prepa
rations for the relief of Coughs. Colds, Asthma,
Whooping-cough, Catarrh, Tightness of the
chest, Bronchitis, and similar pulmonary alfec
Thousands, we may say thousands wvho hnve
suffered for years from the above diseases are
now in the possession of sound health, which
may be attributed'entirely to the fortnnate use
of one 25ecents box of this invaluable medi
cine. They are as pleasant to the taste as
candy-convenient to carry in the pocket, and
warranted to be ths most effectual Cough med
icine in use.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with direc
Hull's Woran Lozenges.
It is estimated that, 100,000 children die an
nually from the effects of worm's alorie !! -This
vastmoraliy culdbe almost entir-ely *pre
ve'nted by the user of Dr. HuIfs WORM LoZEN
cns,- -Every family where there .are children,
should noti'ail to keep this impoutant medicinie
in the house, and administered, when their
symptothsindicate the presenceof these'daa
gerotus and destructive reptiles.
liiT The followidgibxtract from the "Spdr
tan Gazette," speaks the'sentiments of alt who
have ever used this valuable Wonx' DESTuOY
L G MEoictNE.
."From onr owen inosledge, tee take great plea
stirs in recomend~ Halu's Worm Lozenges as
the bhist Woraa Al icinc eztant.~ fT Chaldren
seili ' for them, and eat them as they woould
ET~ Afresh supply, jusr received and for
aleby J. D. TIBBETT'S.
Onj25 Cents per box, with directions.
Oct, 30 - m 41
State 'of South Carolina.
IN .ORDINA RY
Bates Wrenn, Joshua Harrs -
Win. Wren, 4ac Wrenn the saoJ
Sand Jacksoni Wrenn, De Real kge
j ppariug to my satifation, that-Wi.
W nakWi-enn,aud Jackson Wr pi,
Derendsi'ess without this State, iti
therefore ''rdered, that they do appear and obl
'ect to the divisionee sale of the Real Estate of
-ates Wrenn, sen- aed-on or before the
first Monday in January ext, or their consent
to the'*ame will be entere&tirysesrd. --
WHOLESALE W AND
CORNER CENTRE AlN
AVE just received, and will continue I
ticles, which they offer to their friends
20 hhds. choice St. Croix Sugars
30 do. Porto Rico do.
10 do. Muscovado do.
3 do. Clairfield do.
10 bbls. Crushed do.
5 do. Pulverized do.
5 boxes double refined Lear Sugar.
60 bags Old Government Java Coffee
10 do. Angustura ,do.
300 choice Rio do.
Bales Mocho do.
20 casks prime Cheese.
200 pieces Heavy Dundee, 44 to 45 inch,
At . Tow, 45 inch
o Gergia Corolina, 44 to 45 in.
Keutueky, (heavy) 44 to 45 in.
24 unny,24 peryard, 45 to 47 in.
0 RAWBrogans, choice
1000 do. - do. do
1000 do. mWen and Boy's Shoes.
3000 lbs Sole iher.
150 coils Manillai!
50 do. KentuckyiRope
50 do. Jute ;". do.
10 hhds. Trinidd ad
25 bbls. New Orleans; .
100.000 lbs. Iron of various'a sizes. -iz:
j and j by 1, 22snd:24 b i to 1
24 to 4 by. Jto- , 4j to.8 b3 . to -
5000 lbs- Band from
I If 141 22A 3 gi
1000 lbs.Hoop Iron, from j to Ij inch
10 bundles Nail Rods
5 do German Stall, assorited sizes,
Ginger, Pepper. Spice,. Cinnamon, Nutr
Shoe Tread, Cotton and Wool Cards, Bre
Churns, Keelers, Wilow Wagons and fradl<
Brooms, Wooden Boils, Wash Stands,\ Be
Mills, Soap, Wagon Boxes, Saddle Irons, V
Country Flonr, Tobacco, Wool Hats, Caps, 4
Sperm Candles, Tallow Candles, Twine, Cas
WANTED-10.000 lbs. BEES WAX, for v
(1T Edgefield Advertiser will copy.-Ham
Nov. 13, 1844
Merchant Tailor Shop.
T HE Subscriber has just received fron
Newt York his FALL SUPPLY OF
MERCHANT TAILOR'S GOODS, consist
ing in part 'of
Sup. Sup. Wool Dyed Black Cloth,
Black French, "
Checked Tweed, "
Checked and plain Tweeds Cloth for Sacks
Checked SilkVelvet Vestings,
Sup. Sup. Black Satin,
Blick and Figured Scarfs and Cravats.
Suspeiders., Stocks, Collars and Hats, &c
All of which he offers for sale at reasonable
prices, and begs these wishing to buy Clothing
toa'ive him a call.
Ie is prepared to make Clothing np in th
latest style and in the best manner, and flatter
himself that by his long experience in busines
he will ha able to please those wvho may favoi
him with their patronage. JH YN
Oct.2 tC 36
lYEIGS & OOLGAN,
H AVE now on hand, a beautiful assortmen
of Goods, selected with great care, fron
the latest importations, among which may hi
French, Englhsh and A merican, Black, Blue
and fancy colored Cloths.
French, English and American, Black ani
Velvet, Satin, Silk and Cashmere Vestings.
Gloves, Stocks, Scarfs, Handkerchiefs. Hats,
Caps, &o , &.
with many other articles usually found in sueli
All kinds of GENTLEMEN'S CLOT HING
made up in the most fashionable manner.
A share of patronage is respectfully solici
Oct.30, t f 40
Fresh Fall & Winter Goods.
T H E Subscribers beg leave to annotunce
to their customers end the public gen
erally, that they have just received frodm NVew
York, their stock of.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
embracing almost every variety of Fancy and
Saplc Goods, usually kept in our omrket,
amongst thern a good stock 'of
Krseya, Blankets, Negro .Sivea, Hats,
Caps and .Saddlery, Jlardware and
they invite the attention of the public generally
to call and examnine their stock, and they- will
Trar to give satisfaction..
Oct.9 -tf' 37
New Fall and Wiliter Goods,
T H E Subscribers have received their newy
FALL AND-WINTER GOODS,
embracing a getteral' asartment of 'desirable
and handsome Staple and Fancy Goods, suited
to the season.
Groceries, Hits, Shoes, Hardtcaro, Saddlery,
SeioL Books and.Stationery,
all of li'ich they will sell on accommodating
G. L & E. PENN.
Oe9 tf 37.
?HE Subscribers has just received hit
3 FA LL and WINTER Stock of Goods,
boght in New York at the lowest prices of the
season, and he now offers them to his friendi
ind iecommunity in general, on such termi
as wilt not fail -to please the most careful ant
S. F. GOODE.
07 All Persons indebted to Goode & Lyor
or te. F: Go oelpre~,iotis trthe first of Jan
uiury 1844, are earnestly requested to call anc
settle without delay. S. F. G.
Qcati18144 f A -
D MARKET STREETS,
D receive fresh su plies of the following Arti
ond the trade, at the lowest market prices.
5- dozen Rocking Chairs, and wood
2 bales 9-4 Blankets
2, do. 10 4 do. weighing 7 lbs. the
2 Jo. Grey do. 10-4," "
A good assortment of Bed Blanketp,
10 to 12-4.
2000 yds. Washington Jeans, heavy
2000 do. Coventry Plains. '
1200 Sacks Salt, (Charleston Sacks)
5 do Table Salt
Boxes Table Salt.
125 Kegs1 Nails, assorted Sizei
25 do Finishing Nails
20 do Brads.
200 Bags, assorted Sizes
10,000 Prime Country Sides.
30 Kegs Dupont's FFF G
20 do Blasting
12 do Eagle.
lo M. Large Spanish (W. A. H.
4 M. Spanish (L Valedo.)
10 M, do (R. P. M.)
6 M. Light Spanish)(L. ValedoA)
5 M.Imperial Regalias (Venus.)
50 Boxes Teas. Consisting of gunpow
der, Hyson and Imperial
6 Cases Catteess, Gunpowde., Imperial &
2 chests Black Tea. -
iegs, Saltpetre, Blue Stone. Indigo, Copperas,
so Bound Buckets, Painted Buckets, Tubs,
s, Washboards, Cocoa Dippers, Clothes Pins
Ilows, Rakes, I 'doz. Scythe, Handles, Coffee
linglow Glass, Starch, Pistols; Canal Flour,
irindstones, Osnaburgs White Lead, Madder,
tings, Fifth Chains, &c., &c.
vhich the hi-hest cash price will be paid.
Fall and Winter Goods.
WM. KETCHAM & CO.,
HAMBURG, S. C.
RE now receiving their FALL AND WiX
TER stock of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
NEGRO CLOTHS, BLANKETS, BOLTIO CLOTHS,
CARPETING, BoNNETs, and
all the fine and fashiobable articles for Ladies
and Gentlemen's woear.
We have completed such arrangements a
will put ns in the receipt of ntg Goods te.
during the business season, so that hit 1h54 nA
styles of fashionable goods can be fount at
Store, as good -as the bcst, and cheap as'i/ic c p
est, as fast as they shall appear in the New York
THE MERCHANT TAILOR SHOP,
will still be conducted
By Mr. G. W. DICKINSON.
A fine assortment of Cloths, Casimeres. Ves
tings and Tailor's Trimmings constantly on
WM. KETCHAM & CO.
September 11, if 33
* sHE Subscribers bave forned a Copartner.
I ship, under the firm of KENRICK &
TH AYERI, for the transaction, of a GENERMA
GROCER BUsiNEss, at the old stand oCCupiedi
by H. A. Kendrick, nearly apposite J. 0. B.
Ford. H. A. KENRICK.
H B. THAYER.
The undersigned avails hiself of this occa
sion, to return his thanks to his friends and
customers. for tbe liberal patranage heretofore
enjoyed by him, and trusts the same will be ex.
tended to the new concern.
Oct.H. A KENRICK.
Ot23, 1844. 31 39
1844 OCTOBER 16.
JUST RECEIVED BT
Wil. KETCIAM & Co.,
H AMBURG, S. C.,
T IESANS. Rich Satin Striped Chusn
Muslin de Laines, Cashmere de Laines.
Crape de Laines, Cashmere de Ecos-e, real
Silk warp Alpacca, rich fif red Alpacca, Par.
asines,JPhilh.ppians, Tag ionis, Bombazines,
Black and Colored Silks, Figured and Plain,
(very, rich,) Foulard Silks. Orleans Clnths.
Gimps and trimmings, rich Prints, a very large
1,000 Yards Splendid Carpets, Cheap,
And a general and full assortment of Fancy
and Sla! Dry Goods.
Oct.16 (Rep.) St 39~
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS
Water Proof, and No Mistake
W.JRLH'O UT E ,
HAMBURG, S. C.
THEflubscribers still continue at the above
~..stand, to RECEIvE and sTORE, sELL or
Cotton, Flour, Bacon, &c.
REaCEIsE AND FonwAno
Purchase GOODS to order, &c. &c.
Produce sent to them with instructions as to
its disposal, shall .e PROMPTLYv attended to, and
*rders, in every instance, strictly obeyed.
*Feeling grateful for past favors, they respect.
fully solicit a continnance of the uame
H. L. JEFFERS & CO~':
Hambu~rg, August 24, 1844 6m 31
HE SupbeHribr.are now receiving and
.Eopentigat their Store, a large assort.
mnent of DRY. GOODS, of the latest an.. most
SHOES; IA~T AND CAPS,
H ARDWARE, CROCKERY, $1DDLERY, &c., e.
to which they respectfully invite the attention
of the community.
Give us a call, for we got our G e sto sell.
BLAND & BUTLER..
Oct.2 -tf 36.
A "Lprm 'netd tote irsstte ei
.g.Wmn. Ioor, deceased, .are. requested. to
make paym'eat immieditely. andithosea having
demands against.said Esiate wvil preasent thems
according to law-for payment. ....
S. C. IOOR, Executrix.
Nov. 2I.1844, St. 44.
COuimE slif ugsiness.
HAMBURG, S. C.
T3H E Subscribers -have connected them
.Rselves in the WAIE-HOUSE AND
COMM ION BUSINESS, at the -old stand of
G. WALrzR, under the firm of
WALKER & PEARSON,.
They would beg leave to offer their services
to their friends and the public generally, in the
transaction of a'Coxxissionq BuswNEss, in all
its branches. They are prepared to attend to
the Sale, Storage and Shipprng of Cotton, Ba
con, Flour; and other Produce. - Receiving -and
Forwarding Goods, purchasing to order, &c.8rc.
They feel assured from the favorable location
of their h are-House, well known to the, pub
lie as the WATER PROOF WARE HOUSE,
and for itq many advantages in point of location.
and from the longa exDerience of Mr. Walker in
the Cotton businness, who will devote his per
sonal attention to the sales of Cotton; and
from their determination to deiote their undi.
vided attention to the business. they will, be
able to give general satisfaction.
Their charges will beforsellingcotton25cents
per bale; for shippingdo,12jcents;forselling all
other produce 2a per cent.; 25 cents per pack
for receivig and forwarding Merchandise.
o' ommnission will be charged our customers
for the purchasing of goods. Having a fine
Wharf attached to our Ware-House., no
Wharfage will becharged on Cotton consigned
to our care, either for sale or to be shipped to
Savannah or Charleston. Liberal adyices on
produce consigned to us. will be made when
We pledge ourselves not to speculate in or
purchase one bale of Cotton, but devote an un
divided attention to the interest of our customers
which we hope will insure us a liberal patron
'4 WALKER-& PEARSON.
1. L PEARSON.
I avail myself of the present occasion'to re
turn my thanks to my friends and patrons for
theirliberal support during the past four years;
and I assure them I properly appreciate their
kindness and confidence.; and in return will
use my best personal efforts to protect their
intetest when confided to Walker & Pearson,
for whom I would solicit your confidence and
Yours, Respectfully, G. WALKER.
September 4, if 32
State of South Carolina.
George Holloway and
wife and others, Bill for Par
vs. ii ion and Ac
John Rochell count.
T appearing to my satisfaction that Bar
tholomew S. Adams, John Tompkins of
Tennessee. and his wife Susan, John Gibson,
James Atchison and his wife Sarah. Ophelia
Barker, William Adams, James Adams. Thos.
Adams, Jeremiah Bernet and his wife Julia,
James Stallsworth, Calloway Stallsworth, Park
Stallsworth, Jackson Stallswortha. Nicholas
Stallsworth and Nancy Stallsworth, Defend.
ants in this suit, reside without the limits of this
State, on motion of Mr. Carroll, Complainants
Solicitor, it is ordered, that the above nained
defendants do plead, answer or demur to the
compininants said bill ofcomplains within three
monthe - frovm the publication hereof. or the
said bill will be taken pro confesso against
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E. D.
October 25 3m 37
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Samuel Cartledge, Administrator of )
Richard Hardy, deceased,
. Vs. I
The Distribtutees of the said Richard
Hardy, decease4. . J
W H EREAS the said Samuel Cartledge,
Admistrator of Richard Hardy, dec'ed,
has made application to me, to account for and
settle up all his transactions, as Administrator,
on said Estate, These are therefote to cite and
admonish, all and singular, the Distributees of
the Estate of the said Richard H ardy, deceased,
to wit: Thomas Hardy, James Hardy, Richard
Hardy, A bner Glanton and Tavy Is wvife, [a
cob Lucius and his wife Martha, Lucy Parks
widow of John Parks, dece'ased, James Key
and Eliza Key, children of ElizaKey,deceased,
Brantdy Tomnpkins and Furman Tompkins,
children of Susan Tompkins, deceased, the legal
representatives of Nancy Howerton, decea
sed, who was the wife of lames Howerton arid
daughter of sait Richard Hardy. deceased,
Elizabeth Hardy the youngest danghter, and
Mary Hardy, the widow of the said Richard
Hardy, to he and appear before me in my of
flee, at Edgefield Court House, on Monday
the 10th day of February next, to show cause,
if any they have, why the accounts of the said
Samuel Cartledge should not he finally accep
ted and received, and a final settlement and
decree rnade upon his Administration upon the,
Estate of the said Richard Hardy, deceased.
Giren uinder my hand and sent this the 21s
.JOHN HILL,O.Fr.D. l
Oct. 23 if .39
D R. LACOUNT'S -ELIXIR is a speedy,
certain, and lasting cuare for the most
painful and distressing disease that can affect
the human frame. In alinost' all-easses of
Tooth-ache it arises from a decayed state of
the parts,whidh exposes to the action of the
atmospheric air, the nterve. or internal surface
of the copions or rotten tooth, and a cnrs mtust
be effected, either by extraction or by render
ing those parts imperious to the action of the
DrDLacount's Elixir is. particularly adapfed
to .deiltroy the nerve, without the slighte'siin.
jr5ito the. 'otlier teeth, ai'd tjiereb~y effect a
permasat icnre. Its application -is not at
tended by the slhghtest pain, or inconvenience.
Olifrhousa'ndishive declatliatthey would
nfot be without this.'preparation ifit cest $10
Price, 50 Cents.
For'sale in Edgefield, by
ct3 - J. D. TIBBE k'.
LL Per-sons indlebted to the. Estaelh
A late David RihrsnAees e
questetto make payment -by thefi s of .
Janudrf ai, as longer iiidulgee i ~ e,'
given. All persons having e~yd e ~ih
said Eitate,aro littewisen pei reseint
them as the law direc;t 1
L ,5. GUIGNARD, ~~e'r
The Etna Insex c Cupy
T3 HE Subscriber is prepared to Insure a
kgainst loss or damage by Fire or Inliad I
Navigation, at the usual rates ofpremium.,
H. L. JEFFERS4e'nt..
Habrgc August23, 1844. 3m '21
For Mhe~t io- 2 , ;ereai
HEPIL"LS prepare b
S. R7 Ciipbell. .from thei water of
thehighly celebrated Mineral Sorings in
Rockbridge county Virginia, called the
'Rhese.Pills; like the water from which
they direrepared, are a diuretic, promdoL
ing the secre-ion of urine and an alterative,
increasing tie secretions of -the glandular
system generally, and particularly of the
liver. They act genily,~.but effectually
upon the bowels, after two or three days'
use oftbem, producing' copious- dark, bil
They also efect a determination to the
surface, increasing the perspiration ; there.
fore, they are a.great puriller of the blood.
and equaliser of the circilatioo.- Each
pill is equal to a common glass of the wa
ter. They should be taken before each.
meal, and from-six to te'n or tirelve should
be taken in the course of -each-day, fdi'a
fort nigh. and then omit them foribe same
period. For the cure of the above diseas
es, perseverance in the use of thelse Pills,
is all important; and if they are persever
ingly used, every alternate fortnight, a cure
may more certainly be expeiled, than un
der any other treatment heretofore disco
vered, except from the' use of the water,
from which they are prepared, either by an
attendance at the Springs or otherwise.
They very speedily cure diarrhoeas, at
tended with acidity of the stomacb, and
arc a very useful remedy for the summer
bowel complaini in children, as also for
expelling worms from children.- From one
to four should be given in three equal por
tions each day, to a child under six years,
according to-age. When given to children,
ihey should be powdered and: mixed with
syrup. These Pills are easily taken, hav
ing no nauseous taste, are perfectly safe
in all cases, where active fever does not
exist, and do not sicken persona while using
them. S. R. CAMPBELL,
For sale by J. D. TIBRJTTs, Edgefieid
Court House, South Carolina.
April 17 if 21
MPind yoter P's Q's .
A LL Persons indebted to the- subscriber.
e ither by Note or open accounts, are res
pectfully requested "to cal and see !me," and
lork over some of the needful. as I wish to pay
some of my own debts, and it will be necessary
for me to do so.to collect first'. what is owing
to me. Many of the Notes are two, three and
our years old. Longer indulgence will not
Nov. 6 3t 41
Look eead for Breakers.
. LL Persons indebted tiothe subscriber, by
Note or otherwise, which ma fall due on
the 1st January, 1845, are earnes y.requested
to make arrungements to settle the same. , Be
ing in debt myself I am dompelled.to collect
what iqjustly owing me, to enable me to pay
what I owe. I hope nil will take due- notide
iereof, and act accordinoly.
THSMAS B. REESE.
Nov.6 4t 41
T HE Books and Accounts of E. M. DowD,
T Agent, are in, our possession. All per
ins indebted to herare requested.to call on the
ibseribers tied settlItheir accounts, -as this is
iecessary to a settlement between the parties
BLAND & BUTLER
Sept.11 tf 34
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of John
B.B Bushi, deceased, are requested to make
paymnent forthwith, and the creditors of said
Estate to present their demands in due form,
:SILAS BRUCE. Exeentor
-of John B. Bush, dee'd.
Oct 30 4t - 40 ,
ALL Persons having demands against the.
Estate of Rich~ard Hardy. deceaed, are
equestedl to present them to me in the Ordi
tary's Office, duly attested, on dhe -10th day of
F'ebruary next, when a final settlement will he
nade on said Estate.
SAMlUEL CARTLEDGE, Am'r.
Oct.2 233 9
ALL persons having demands' against .the
t.Estate of Mrs. Rachael Moss, deceased,
ire requested to present their acconnts duly
ttested, and those indebted to -the Estate Niti
>lease come forward and pay up. ---
W. H. MOSS, Execntor. -
Oct.30 . tf 40
All persons indebted to the Estate of Wil
lam W. Couirsey,.deceased, .are requested to
nake immediate payment, and those having de
nands, to present them duly attesied in the
line prescribed by law.
JOHN HILL, ?din~u
Nov 6 41 -
A LL.persons having any demands against
dih 'eistate of William 'Roltertsoi,;Sr. de
eased. tire reqnested .to present~temiby the
5th Deceumber,as the estate will be distributed
..eptember 4,~ ,3frm .',3
Punbie Ne cc
ALL persons indebted toM thatis of D.
W. Tibbatts. deceased, ars d~qestei to
nake paymentrinimediately ad~tes navg
Imandsagainst said FEtate 'sietthep
iccording to law fur pamet. -. .
J. D. TIBBETTS; . strator.
Oct 9 . -i4~~ 37- .
arnestl~cqu r d ai
ettle th i~siem
Iound wt *
rollw ei .. wi
Stae of So~h
P. H. Rooney.
TlH E Pljit i~' beb ase88
.1. having this day the o
ny Oice, andthe uendat $
or Attorney;kuwwi! to reside
of tbh Bate on Wh'ouaicopy-o
j rule tpadanas e
Ordned-'' That til4s'endanta
to the saS6e sitliin a year-atq'dtp!?~h
date hereof' r fle1:80a' absokn tnd etill
be awarded~aga1a t -tii
THOMIA - B
Clerk' Office, 22d
State of South,
N THE COMMEN4PLE48
W, Stokes., Dedaiion i
P. H:Ron eyu- - ,;*
jLhaving ths ayiehiD( arai .si
Attorney known e hiktho liiitiof
the Stateon.Wlioma ,.icpAjxth ievith
rule to plead can seri issthsiefor
Orderei'thatbi:1 a pidesd
to.the samewithin a ear anda .om the
day hereof, or final aAd.absolute juidgenwill
be-awarded againsti .
-THOMHS-G. BACON c e
Clerk's Offie fgd N.ja44.,
Nov.27 ' 4
State, of8 SuIfjlina
IN: THE COMMOPEA&
Beni. F. Landrn, beaer, Deda io
Richaid Allen , A.4f
HE' Plaintiffir in
I having this day filed his Declaration in-my
Office and the Defendaiharingt jireAor
attorney known to r 6eside.withinthiiits-of
die State, on whom a copy:of:.liu-i e with
rule to plead can-be served' Itsheref6e Or.
dered, that he appears add pleads ththe.same
within one.year and a daylroaihedatd hereof
or final ad absolute judgmeSt will bea arded
C .r' T HOMAS GBACON, -c
Cerk's Olice 21st Nov 1844
Nov.27- 44 y
State of Soutfuaroina
IN THE COM PLEA.-,
Alsey Mobley, Lewis~Mobley- )Ddat
VHE.Plaintiffs ho. bieave of t10,
Courtwee ajlo;Ved td i tliidmaiida
against The Defeddenthie.thib day fled theni
Declaration againas the sidSimeonJay, and
he havin; nowafe or Attorniyqown to .e.
side in this 8iate upon whom a'rulat plead;
with, a copy of said Detidaration could -be.--,,
served. - Ordered. thst the: -sid Sieon' do
plead to thii D'elaratin mii-iis ai yeariand
him. - , -
-' TIFOfAS/G. BACONC c
Clerk'.Office, 22d Nov. 844.
Nov.27 ' 44 y
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMMONPLkAS.
Josiah *.-J& at -
o y ?Declaratiion For.,
Win. Fitzroy.' Ag ent.
Josiah J Rya edrdtionia
S ti . r
Fitzroy & .Melanis. or'esti
'I1HE Plaintiffs havingthis day-filed
-3... their declaratiosi1i the"above stated
eases in, my office, ndatshedefendants
having no:wife orjattorneys' known to be
withbin the-liniitiof this Stair, oniwhomia
copy. of said doellatiots with 'a rule to
plead can 6eservedIt is ordered, that
the said defendants doplead to the said
declarations,' withiin ayear end a day
froin thei publication 'of this'ornlar, or final
and absolue. judgment will he awrarded
against him. '
GEO.'POPE,-c. C. P.
.Clerk's Office, Mday 6, 1844.
.May 8, 15 ly
State of South Carolina,
EDGE FIELD DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON 'PLEAS.
C. J. Glover, ) edaratin~ in.
'as . Foreign Attack
James HI. Hart ison. m 'ent. .
Thbe Same, Dclaration in Foreign" At
the same. aeet
T'HE Plaintiff in the above stated cases bar
Sing this dayhJled his declarations~io my
office, and the defendants having no rwife~or
attorneys known to be within the htiiito :this -
State, on whom a- copy of: said, deelat'josa
with a rule to pleadecan be served.: Ikisthero
fore ordered, that the saidderendants do plead
to the said .declarations, wlithin, a, .eargand a
day rrom thepublication of~this~o.e,ordnial
and absolute judgment wi~beiarded.agpinst
THOMAS G. BACON,.door. en
Clerk's Oct. 31,.1844 iyg .4J e
Charles Jones asififf Ap'pii~ntas )miWions
B. F. JonesisadothirsDefendant's. jPartitioer.
T appearin tomy sstisfetaonythat Wil
liam Jones-andl aaryAnn Cotter, wife .of
lohn Cotter,"'fdrmerly Joies,'iesideswith's'ut
lie limits of -this State Itistlete~ed4d
~iattheydo appear ada . b~ivon
ndsale'of the rehateo Jones,
Senr., deceaseol on orbeah o day
in Januaryfst,'o theircasi Il~t.
; - JOHN Hf 0. 3.
*Nov.Ath 1844 4
PIVLLEDbfordme by Jacob Green riv
.Uinger Mquntain Creels Church on
rdnigrayglorse, common asge, about qt
erroid, akodt on the ankle ofliisrii bin
aganlde of right Core leg-swolle ith soinh
ppearance of sweenyiasamibtolembly.,nely
hod all around, with about afoot,-f thsetend of
is tail white.: Appraised by john &Manus,
in- C.C:Clegg Itd .JaisCati~isto be
orth fivre dolhars.' -
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