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THE GIRL WITH A HOLE ii HEI
'Now daie ip to thai girl
With a hole i' the fiel of her stockittg."
There's a sweet pretty dinisdi %ho trips 16und
4ith a lip that it sorro' ieedtid al*ays a
Any bright sunny day if this fair one you meet.
You will know by the hole in the heil of her
Ier lodks are the raven's. her eyes the gazelle's,
And her foot is so short that it does not need
Her bust was perfection- but-shudder ye
Thete's a confounded great hole in the hiel
of her stocking! .
When I looked on her firit at Miss Fitimagig's
Like a patent-timmed hammer my heart was
But when I turned round as she passed, I cried
"Ye gods on Olympus-a hole in her stock.
The next time I saw her-the sweet little dear,
by her lover's side tripping, their arms inte'r
I was chilled to the heart, and shed many a tear,
For the horrid great hole in the heel of her
ii, wou!d she were aine !-if it made me a
I would buy her a bundle of green or bay
I'd sit cross-legg'd a month, or I'd ride the
Till I botch'd up that bole in -the heel of ber
Al;sweetest! enough are the woes of each
To stir up its noddle, and set it to rocking.
but if not for my sake, for chhrity's pray
Buy a needie and darn up tbat hole in your
From the Georgia Constitittionalisi.
Permit me, Mr. Editor, through the
tnedium of your columns, to notice what
I consider a very sillyand most pernicious
proceeding, on the part of our planting
fiends-to which mr attention has again
been drawn, from noticing the usual ar
tieles. - The first new% cotton in market.
from the plantation of Mr. -, -
county. sold for - cents!!!
It is not my ittention of enlightening
the world as to the "rtodus operandi" at
times resorted to, or achievig this tt0st.
astonishing feat; whether the bolls were
wvellisunned to cause them to open, whein
er old cotton was slightly mixed, to make
op quantity, w'hat amount of labror was
bestowed upon the' laudable and useful
ttndertaking, how long it remained packed
before being opened to prevent its rotting,
tner the extent of gratificttion enjoyed by'
the enterprising planter. These are but
trifling and local raatters.
I wish to deal wsith the practical effect
of this folly. It certainly carrmot escape
the notice-of ay: man of intelligence, fthat
the cotton trade has a host of people en
gaged in it,- whose every thnught and aim
is to depress prices. The Banker,- hoih.g
the available and active wealth of' the
country-for he gets a better bill, the low
er the price is''-and the mnaeufacturing
interests, for the cheaper the cotton, thte
greater' the proft-and the, agetl'litureha
sing, for the lower the price the moYe ob
ders can be executed-and a' host of de
pendents aire alive to every thing r'elatihng
'o this trade, sparing no Cost or labor in
procuring every possible information as to
the amount planted, state of the seasons,
One of the reliable modes of calculation
by them, is from the time the first blos
somn is observed, t) the first-leilling frost
--again from the fl-rat new cotton heitig in
malrker, to the first killing frost-rhis is re
lied upon for lenuith of season-if gn av
erage period the crop is considered an av
erage one-if ant unusual p)eriod, a large
Now, instpead' of permnitting nature to
take its course, gathering with care the
harvest where it is'ripe. we (for a vaitn
lioast) must anticipate this event, and artm
our enemies with an irresistable argument
to rob us of our labor.
The fact of the early receipt, is atouse
heralded in Augusta, or the market it is
brought to. A- tull price must be given.
the industrious ownteruof the one of two
bales- hau~ledto- tarket-perhapis 75- mile,
over a sandy road, by a hard- worked'
team, while the Thermometer at 95 to
100 degrees-in the shade: some merchant
must have the first new cotton a' New
York, for he may then see his name, and
his friend's in the newspapera of that cit y!
Off it goes, and so ott till it finds its wary
to Liverpool a month earlier thtan the
represented state of the growing crop led
parties to anticipate. Calculations fron'
this fact, are at once made, the talk of
late spring- and dry season--is put down
"a ttsual humbug" and the market of
Liverpool governingtalt other markets, be
comes at onue languid and depressed.
That this has' been-,- and is likely' to -be
the case, I~swill only statm what took-place, -
a few years ago: A planter'in Shuth Car
olina sent mn July, two bales-of' cotton'to
the Augusta tmarket. they wete at'once
sold, sent by Rail RU'ad tvC harle'stbn, atnd
-'by steam-packet to New York, there they
were purchased by:- the agent of a mer
chant spinner; shippe.d per " Gre'at West.
ern" and on the 16th day of August
!anded in Liverpool.
The anticipated eufect of his burewd
agent was at once realized. The cotton
market, (there in a good state) paused,
reeled and !umbled, in three w'eeks prices
went down two cis. a pound, and 'contin
tinued at that'depression for four months,
caubing a loss to American hld, rs of cot
ton estimated at one and a half millions
.f dollars-and perhaps as much more it
planters. upon their new crop. But what
availed all ibis, the planter had his name
in the papers-glory enough for one day.
Let us nope, Mr. EditOr, for more in
telligence in future, hut if persisted in, I
must call upon the trade of Augusta u
nanimounly to vot. a leather medal for
next year. A P NTER'S FRIEND.
B Y virtue of sundry writs ot Fieri Fa
esas to me directed, I will proceed to
sell at Edgeflield 'Court House, on the
First konday and Tueiday in September
next, the lohlowing property, to-w'il:
Otivet Simpson vs. William Crozier, a
House and Lot in the Ton n1 of Haumburg.
know.-in tile plan of said town No. 78,
on Spire's endMechanic Streets, occupied
by the Defendant as it dwelling.
William Woodberry and otherb vs, Ru
dolph -Varwtr *and Elizabeth Carter. the
tact of laou.where the Defendant Eliza
beih Carter now lives, adjoining of lands
olJohn Wise and others..
Wade S. Cothran vs. Jen'u Roden, the
tract o1 land t here the Defendant uow
lives, coniaining one hundred and iieven
teen actes, more or less, adjoining of lands
-of John A. Wnitu, John Price and others.
Meigs & Colgan and other, vs. M. L.
Gearty, the tract of land where the D.
tendant lives, contaiming twenty t% o and
half acres, mqre or le.s, adjoining lards o
G. P. Camplin, Dawson Atkinson and
others, vs. Lewis ElIzey, the interest of
the Defendaut in a tratt of ladd, cditain
ing four hundred acres of laud, more or
less, adjoining lands of' Elizabeth Carter,
A, 3. Rambo utid Bibers. Arid one other
tract of land, conlaining one hundred acres;
more or less, adjoining -of lands of Mrs.
Mary Highiowdr, Nathaniel Black and
barles Lamar vs. Starling Powell Iand
James Powell, the tract of land where the
Defendant James Powell lives, adjoining
of lands of Jacob Wise and othces..
Olivor Towles, ,Ad mi'r. againsi Lewis
Elizey, Dawson Atkinson land Aber
Whalley, tihe tract of land where Mrs. Atu
der Whatley now lives, adjoining of lands
of Dawson Atkinson and others, levied
upon as the property of Abner -Whatley,
Cothran.& Sprowl and othei, vs. John
Sentell, oe Horse.
-John. Hill; Ordinary, for the use of Pe
tel- Smith vs.'Milledge Galphin asnd 9thers,
a tract of laud, Ediitaining one thousand
acres, more or less, adjoining lands o
Samuel Clark, Richard Hankinson and
David Powelt vs. Charles PoiMVli, tie
tract ofland where the Defendant lives,
adjoining of lands of Dudley Rountree and
The State vs Samuel H. Williams. W.
C. Williams and Moody Harris. one brown
bay Mare and Colt, levied oii as the prop
erty of the Delendaut Moody Harris.
Brannon & Mundy. bearers, vs. Rebeca
bug and al. mt tract of land wnere the
Delendat lives, contalinmtg one hundr I
acres, iiore or less. adjoining of lands uof
.uargarett Ogdvie and others.
Luci'nda Hatcher and oathers vs. Chris
tiana Hatecier. thle tract oft land where she
Defeniant lives, and known as the H atch
Oliver Simpson vs. Russe-l lliardin and
Heuty (.'ox, the tract of land n here the
Defenidat Rtusel Ilardhu lives, adjoitning
of lands of Swtehn Wtilsona atud others.
L. I-. Mnndy vs.- Henry Evans. the
tract oh land contatrmng one hundred and
eghty acres, mtore or less, adjoining lands
of James lfnrion aiid others.
J. B. H arrison vs. Margaret Ogilvie, t he
tract of land a here the Djefendant lives,
cotrtainirg three hundred acres ol land,
more or less, adjoining lands oh John A.
White and others.,
Francis O'Cunner vs. Thoinas McCon
nell, the inte:'est of the Defenidant in the
H-oose lately occupted by him as a Gro
cery Store, on Centres Street, in the tow~n
of Hamburg. Also, one Negro man by
the name of Daniel, and some times called
Hf. BOULWARE, s.
August 13 3t
Plantation for Matle.
TH E Subscriber offers for sale Is valuable
Plantation, sitnated on Stephmet's Creek
in Egelield District. anid aboht 10 .niiles above
H auinrg. Thre ''ract conitams live hundred
and fifty acres, of as good, wvell timbered
land as any on the Creek and is well adapt.
d to Corn, Cotton and small grain. Ahbnut
wo hundred and sixty acres are cleared
and in cultivation. The situation is as
ealthy as anly in the District andi the.
vater is excellent. A reasonable iudul.
ence will be given, with Note and ap
roved security. Persons wishing!to pur
hase, can call' and examine for them
If not previously disposed of, the above
Pantation will he sold on Wednesday the
rd of September ntext, at my place of
isidence, on Itephen's Cr-eek,
May 7 Iim2ta 15
T HI E Subscriber-s r splectfully inftorm
-their friends and the publhic genoraHly,
hat they are c.trryintg oii the
CARRIAGE MAKING BUSINESS,
n all its brancehes, at the old stand ntear
Potersville, where they are fit ly prepared
for doing-all kinds of work in their tine.
ith neatness and despatch, and :rj prices
to suit thre times. They feel thankful for
ast favors. and hope by constant assiduit y
ad strict attention to business. to merit a
iberal share of their- pat ronage.
J'uly 2' tI .23
P. S Wa~gon work and all kinds oef
Blacksmithting donse at the custoniary p'i
es. M & H
ba S4ALT.E AT. Pn nn THIS FPC.
EDGEIELD.BE AT COA PAY,
,YOU ivill ippear on your company
mustet ground on Friday the 5th
Septembernext. for instruction aid
drillarmed and equipped s the law
An election will be held at the
saue-time and pliace, for Colonel of
tie 7th Rtegiament. to fill the va
nt'e) .c.isioned by the resignation o' Louis
. Wigfall. Lieuts. Covar and Bland will
isist is, ihai.aging the election.
All other orders are hiereb3 countermanded.
By order of Capt C. A. Il E1S,
J. Coax, Orderly Serjeant. 6t 27
)AD QARTERS, 7TH Rao., S. G. Ai.,
July 23d, 1245.
IN ,ursnice of orders . from BrigadiPr
Ltien,-ral Bradle, an Eleioi will be
,ld du Friday the 5th September next, for a
olonel it) command the 7h Itegimient. to fill
e vacancy occasioned by the resignation of
of. L. T. %4 igiail. .0
Each t .;n'tain dr coinmissioned officer of a
lnipanay in- the Regitnenit,'will put up at coim
Ilny rendezvous a n1otice Of said esection, aid
der to his naistaice .on the day of election.'
vi0 of his subaltern uffic,-is. whV1 ail opena
id hold a pull at sUe c.'inpiy reidezvous
MniI I A. .. tio 3 'clock, P kI., iud one,
inoire if tue managers at each muster ground
ill neeti at the Uld W eh, on tie day iollow
tin count fie votes, and tr atit a certifi
ite statenient to the ir-gadier Gjaneral.
' By order of SA M UEL V-l% Y.
Lieutenmin Col.. commraning 7Us Aegament.
D.- A11ts. Adjutait.
July.30, - t 27
NE or Two of the most. desirable
Store Rooms in the villige of Edge.
shi, satalie for Dry Goods, lerchant Tailor.
rocery or Drug Stores. Possessimn given
nmediately. - M FRAZIEIR.
July 30 . if 27
*- tate if souLi k at olina.
BARS HVLL JiLW>RICT.
' p LLIA.M J. NIX8ON, whos is now in the.
casmod) il it, .-h,-riff of Barmwell Dis
ict. bv virtne osf a Writ of Capias ad Salis
ciendum. at the suit i ol L. W. Bites, having
etitionest the Hfonorable the Judges of the
art of Commoi Pleas. that lie may be ad.
itted tit the hessefit of the Acts of the General
ssembly, made f Or the relief of Insolvent
ebtors, It is therefore Ordered, that tihe said L.
V. Bates. and all others to) whom the said -Pe
tisoer is in aniywise indebted, be, and they arc
reby sumoinied, and have notice to appear
afore the suidi Judges at the said Clourt. to be
Adeni at Barnwell.- oi tile fourth Monday in
clobernext, to shew causeifany they cat,
bhy the said Petitioner should nlot have the
rayer of his petition grunted.
Office of Commot Pleas,
arnwell C. II.. 14th July.'45
ORAS3 US D ALLEN,,.. c. P.
July 23 12t 27
6tate of iuth (aroliia.
ED)Ub 1;L D DisT1RIC T.
IN TH. COMMUN PLLAS.
Archibald floggs, I
VS. riDc'no, in Attachment
Hiarmon H nist
.itoberi Lutile,. I
vs. ~ Declaration in
Enueh iyu Aittachment.
id iaarm.mi linst.J
A . iso"ggs,
vs. Declaratioin in Attaciment
I . is. Decda'n. in Atiachment.
vre. Dec'n in Attachument.
riartnii 1ieas. )
66 tii. ildieias,
cs. , Icc'tiona ea AutacIonantl.
t,,esci diyne. )
vs. Declaration an
Li-.nc ) .>in ani Auacamenat.
L:.njass asynel, 3
Anidren' jietr anu )
Juuini.nterr, . j Declaration
.cuane~rs. ) Ln
vs. I Autac..ment.
Ennaen Llyno. )
.e stes 3. drown., IhDclarataan
IS. $. Mler,
.vs. Dec. in Attachment.
v s. ~ .DcC. inl Attckment.
vs. * Declaration in
auh Iiyne anud Au.ltachmnt.
Llijata Blyse. J
1s. 'Decla'tion in Attack'mnt.
lin W. Ithety
v ys- " Declasration ia
ach lynie anid Attac/unent.
iuaron iinst. J
ioistns (. Jiurdana,
vs. Declaration in
Etoch ly ne and Attaclhment.
larmtota 1Hust. J
Wme. D. dionae,
VS. ' Dccla ration in
Enoscli kByne antd . tAzncnt
Hiarmaotn flust. J
Hlenry s. hioudley, )Declaration
- vs. in
Entoch Byne. ) Autachunent.
I H E Flaintiffs in the above caes, havinag
.tis daj filed their D~eclauations in amy
be,id thle Lielendansts htaving neethier Wives
e Attornaej's known to reaide withsin tiuc
iS. of,theS tiate ott whaomi a copy ol' Sii
eclrationadwith a rule to plead cani be ser
d : It i5 theret.ore ordered, that the~ said Die
udantido appeat and plead tea tse scai dec
aitons withmii a year~anid a day froma the date
reof,or inal anid absolute judgientgill be
varded against themti by delainlt.
TfrHOS. G. BACON, c. c. P.*
Clerk's Oflice, Mlay 6th, 1045.
Mlay 14 J y 16
State of Souti Carolina,.
*hn Ii. ttotnnre, Decltatationa ita Foreign
L1 H E l'faintill usavinig ihais diiy tiled 5'e De
claration namy isilice anid the Defendalnt
vm tg tao wife or Attorney kniow na to be with
thae State, on whitui a cops ol thiesamne, witha
rle to plead cuna he served: it is Ordered,
tat tho Deleiadanat pl~ed te the said Dieclara
mn withina a yearuand a dazy, or final andi abso
te judgmenst wilt he givena agamnst latn.
TIl'.MAs U. 3ALOI. c. c. P.
Clerk's Office. Nov. 11th, 1844.
Nv. 13 ly 42
l iTae friends of Lieu,. JASti:s hi
ARis, :stitionte him us a cadinto tl
le sufice of tax Collector at the next elec
Brought to the Jai *
OF this District. a Negro .man who- says
histame is WILLIAM, and that he be
tongs to Jai'ries Millhoost. of Bnrnwell Dis
trict. S. C. Said Negro is about five feet
six inches high, dark compl-xion, atl he
tweenthirty-six and thiriy-eight years of
age. Ho ha's a scar on his ftorehead, and.11
also one on his breast.
The owner is requeqted to come forward.
prove propert3. pay charges and take hii
away, or he will be dealt with according a
C. If. GOODMAN, J.gilor.
July 30 if 27
Brought to t Jai l
OF this Distiii-t, a Neir main, whi says G
his name ik DANIEL. and that he e-e
longs to J'hn teckerth-sker of Barnn cU. .I
S. C Said Negro is abtout five feet 6j ii
incies high. dark complexiian,nnd hetwr'e, (
22 and 25 years of age. He has a scar ml
over his left eye. .
- Th ner is requoemcd 1ocome forwardl
prove property. pa'y charges aidI take him
away, or he will be dealt with according o
to la w. - t
C H GOOD'.4 AN,J-ilnr. ai
July 30, 1f 27 hr
,TICE is hereby given t at application "
N -wtll be made to the next Le'eislature of
th- .Mta-e of Siouth 'arolina, for a retiewal of
the I harter gianted t) that body to Henry -
S'nltz allt Lewis Cooper, dated 17th Deceutber*
1813, .nthorizing tihe to iniat a T.-ii Bridge
across the Savainah River. trom this State to'
the city of* Augusta. State -11' Georgia, at theil
owniaber and expense. wiitlh such a ledloctione
oh toll as the change of' time and the niipro'e
tuent of the cofuntr) -% ill justi-y.
H amburg. S.C., July 17 tf 27
V-HE Subscribet lieret% give. ptihhe n
tice, that lie intends ettioiang the next
sessiun of tt Legisirtut e of the dtate of 64t11mhi
Carohina, to grant 11itm aln exclusive charter for
a Ferry over .5aluda diver, iiear the Island
Ford, at the juiction oh the Listricts of Edge. t
field, Abbevile Laurets afil Newberry. H f
idso gi% es tice tat lie iiteids to opopose the P
appleathon et l Mr. J. V . Payne fiir a charter C
at the same place. i
JAMES S. POPE. A
July 30 4tin 27 1
P U;SLIC Notteu iit iereby gif-,efl that apph- b
cianion will lie made to the next Legi.,la. 1
tdre, to declare Tiomias Creek a public high
way, and to prevent ousti uctieis to the free t
July 30 4tm. 27 .
'Lt' undereigned respectiully informs his
I. friends, aat ne nas resumed ile Manufac- -
ture of CU ? TiN G.-;,, aid l.aters hiimself
roin lis lmig expserilice it me bu.inests nnim
ker of the celebrated Jiie s ttis, to receiye a
share of tdeir patr-nage.
H-u deenrii useless to atccomp--ny this neotice
wnh a long lit of certtiei'ates of recommen'tla
tion, a. Ie tsile --apieltu ael lls'Uins. wien lie
canl assure thei t .at out of near 1500 Lins
made by aiims.el nut w* tiac e beee condeined
or returned., liis Gns. are: of the hest mate
riais and Warraated. .\ttnllied to tie aws I,
a Mote Cl iar, anl -.perie.6ce is fr -venl it
to be a vaiiabie addioa. as it keeps all tile
Motes -t any size trimle patlssiiig Lirlt-ii wil
the Cettoin. 0'0 airuml vVeieue lhas alseo ll
dergu.o mcu.,id--rebiae naation. Upoti tlle
witale his Uinis need only to bll tepted te *Ie
iigtly app'jireeate.i. Piaiters can be a.<suted
til.t geel tim, wilh l-av- ills "llel1e i il it Il
by himnsa'it nhmale, aime respert:t ify senls ia
nail irami tueant before they puerchaase -is.-whoea
' 0;ip.-itestoSa kSimmon's 1aeHue
N. ,i. dtP aix done ,,1n etieder- t! iails
L L Persones itdeoted toe tile IEstate of John
I) istan'one, lali e of this fistrict. are re
qted~.ta to ilalitkt immieete payment. and all
harmtiy aeni dails.n:gamtstI lie -.aiid E~state
waili iisand fitile inacceiratitg to l~eawa, by thle 25'lh
of Decemnber next, at wichl tille tile anbscri
bier desires to lotse ttp the Estaete.
ELIJAll WATSON. Adim'r.
April 9mn 11
Positively tihe Lat Niotice. g
A LL Peersons haevmng dleiiantds negaina thes ii
- Estate of~ John- Chicathiam, Sent. deceais
e ,at e requested to present tem piroperly at
tested withein the time prescribed lby law, ande
those what dee not availthemtselves with this elp- hE
porteinity will not he paid.
GUTHERIDGE CHIEATHIAM, A
Makrchi 4 ly 5 Execxtr
- ~ NOTIC E. JI
*LL Persons inedebted to die Estate of C.
AD. Blackstone, late of the Dis'rict. aie
regtnested tmaepaymenit by the 1st oh Die
etmber,aned aell havinig an~y detmanedsagaintst the0
Estate will hand theml in accordiing tto law, by
the abiove lttme-at whlichi tieme the~ subscriber
desires to close the estate.
THIOS. B. REESE, Executor
Auguist6 -3mn 28 -
I shall be realdy tee receive Pauetints b~y
.Lthe I st of next mionth. (Auguist.) TIhe
Infirmary is situatted ntear thp G'eeorgia Rail
Rotad Depot. and c-me accotmmtodate fromee four -
to eight white. and fromll tent to twetity black 01
piatients. A good nutrsea will be ini attendeanlce i.l.
at all times. dney and nig ht. .
No charge tri/ be made for bnard.a nursing L
&ec., hut fcor surgical attenedantce and operaitionis, Vt
the usuial fee will be reqtiired. aC
Duiring~ thP lectitre monthls, viz: frolm No lai
vetmber fo March, of eacht year, pattients uinable fit
to)P~ pav ill be received. inursed. and operated at
tponi by atny member of thee Fachkly. free of
PAUL F. EVE. cl. D).,
Pro'fessor of Surgery, in the .ilecdical College
Auguista. Jnly 30 3i" 27
-*tate of' Southm Carolina
ll)GPIEL00 DISTPRICTF. G
Williatm Brunlsaln and Cathtarie Summons r
-Cox attd e thecrs.A ppl'ts.. vs. in.
Caelvin Cox anid others, Def'ts. 1Partition
i I' ttpp~ear.eig to tmy satisfacien, that Cal- ~
Avale Ceax, Ocdum Cox, the childrent of Naicya
Ford, formerly Cox, Pe'gey Cetok, formerly i
Cox, Asa dom,. sont of' Gjrlmm Ccix, Def'entd
ants in t' heive statedl case. t eside waithocutli
the limits. of' this State. it is therefore ordered.
that they to appear and eabjetct to the division
or sual t e Reatl Eestate of Saeleoon Cox,
deceased, on or befoere the sixth dlay oh' October -
enext, otr theeir 'onise'nt to ite sea evwill be en
tered of record.
JOHN HILL. o. E.D. t
JontI 9 'm 2.4 I
State of South Carolina.
- EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
J. W, Stokes. Declaration in
P.-H. tioney. Attachment.
, i H E Plainstifi in tile above stated cases,
f !' having this day tiled their declarationa'
in m) office, and the-defendails having no wife
or attorney knoWn to reside within the limits of
the State, on whoni p copy of the'same with a
tule to plead can be served It i ehereor,
ordere'd. that the delandant appear sut -leac
to the saine within a year and a day from the
1tiy hereolF, o final and absolutejudginent will
be awarded against hin.
STHOS G. BACON, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office, 22d Nov. 1844.
Nov. 27 44 ly
The state of South Carolina,
IN .TH.8 VOXt=I OR rLicA.
Alsey Alubley, Lewis Mobley, . DecLaration
Is. . -n
Simeoi Jay. Attachment.
rIilHE Plaintis who by icave of ihe
L.Couri, we :.e slfon ed~to pulead thecirdenaaned
gaatit the Defendaipt have 'iiis day filed their
Declaratioi against the san .,imeon Jay, and
lie lavimg nd wile or Attortie) kAown to re
ide in tbis-State upont winew a rule to plead,
with i copy of said Lecliration could be
served. -Ordered that the .said- 'imeon do
polead .to this De'claration'withun a Year aid
u day. orfinaljttdgwnentwilf te awarded against
hTHOMAS G. BA CON, c. c. P.
Clerk' OTtie. 22d Amov. 1844.
Nv. 27 44 ly
uth CUaruli al
IN 11b UUMMUNV PLEAS.
niN"IeL M. Jirit?in, LxW. UtA vs. J)ec't in
- a djy ni. aiar-nii alus,. $F or. At
and Vm. H. Byne. ..neliient.
H E Plaintif ian the affove stited cases hav
1 ing tmts uny filed her declaration iii ny
othee, aniu ite uef~edancts haveang-neatiier wives
or atturneeya knWuu 0 to be withi'the limitsof tis
ztate, on wieitnm a Cupy of said declaritions
n% ith a rule tl plead ce be served:.it is there.
lore ordered, that the said deiendats.do:plead
to tne said declar ations, within a year and a
day iruin tue feublcatnie of tis order, or fineu
aid absolutejudgnent will be awarddd agains
THOMAS G. BACON;c.c.p,
Clerk's Uflice, 17th Alfarch 1545 ly 8
tate of South Carolina,
1Pm CVO ujAON PLE AS.
A. %, Weggins,
vs. ' Attachment.
L lijaht Byne. J
V f111 L Plaintiffs in the above cases havieg
fimts day filkd their declarations in ity of
lice. aid the 1Jefendant having no wife or Attor
tie) hiknowi to reside %vittinii the huhtof the
State, on whom a copy of said deeurations
with a ruie to pleaed canl be' served: It is there
fore ordetedt, that Ilce said Defenedants does
aipjear and plead te the said declarations. in a
year and a day Irom the date hereof. dr final
acid ttsilute jedgment will be awarded against
eeitc by default.
THOS. G. BACON, c c. P:
Clerk'. tliie:, Miny 14, J845. - ly 1s6
b~lt e of ot th Cat uib i..
IN tUMiA... (PN PLEAS.
Davis B mhil-e. -
Joseph a. Perr3.
Tfi eotiias Dlavise,
j lE Plainitif1' ittnc' above cases, hcavio2~
.. liiis dlay tiled titeir dfeclarationis in mey of.
lie. ,taen the Defh~edats h..ving nceitber Wives
cor Anorey s kntow e to rseside w.ithein the hits
if' t lee State, oie w. hcoci a ceepy ol 'said declarn-.
tieetii, with a rnze tee pl. aed cien bw serve d: Ii is
terefoere ocdereed; theat. lthe 'said Defedanti sldo
ay yeasr aced pelead to the 'said decharatiens '.' illin
u year atl a da~ f'reom the. date hereof, eer ice
lefaltt thereof fintal andt iabslutejnidyment w.il
he awared una;iist thtecm.
'runs. G.BACON, c. c. p.
Clerk's 'ic~e, 'May 12, 1845
.ilay 14 ly 16
An~drew Carson, )
Gminedianc oelf Declarallon ini
Francis W. kFerthi, vs. Foreign
Entochi Bycie, Elijah Atahe.
Andrew Unrsoii, ts. Declaration in for
the samie. 5eign Attachment.
nI11E Plaintini's in the iabove stated cases,
h.~lavineg thcis day filed thceit LDeclaratioins in
ney Uftice,-ancd the Defencdancts having neither
io wife or .Attorcneys kneowncto reside w.ithiinthie
Lintits of' the Slate ott whlomi a copy or thi sanme
wvithc a roie 1o lead caen be 'served. "eIt is
herceore, Ordered" that the Defenidantapilear
icd pelead to. the same within a year antd a day
rromthie day hereeif,ur final and ttbsoute judg
mnent will be awarded against theme.
TIH O.),M U. B ACON, c. c. c.
SClerk's Offi'e 1Marcht 17th, 1845 ly 8
State of South (.arsdlina,
EDGEkFJE LD DibTliICT.
C. J. Glover, *) Declaration in
VS. >Foreign Attach
James II. iarrtisn. ) ment.
Thse Samne, Declaration in Foreign At
T5 lIE lhainiti'm thte above'stated cases ha'.'
I ing this day filed his declarations in my
oflice, anti the dtfendantts ha'vini nto wife or at
Lornec3s known tee be w.ithcin the limnits of' this
Sta'e, on., whom a copy oef said. fplaratioins
with a rule to plead can be seived : it'is there'
lore orderedl thast-thte said deflendanits udo plead
to the said' declarations, w.ithin a year and a
day fiom the pubhelcationi of this order, or final
and absolnte judgment w.ill lee awarded againist
them. T H0S. G' BA CON. c. c. p.
.(lerk's Office, Oct. 31, 1844 ly 41
Statte of South C'ar'ohna,
E DGEPI LD DIS T RICT.'
Nancy Reynohl's, Aplicanat.).
agacinst Wmt. Reynoelds. W.
*T appearing~ to ciy 'saiidetion,. that John
.Reynoulds, oneo of'thie D~elenidants, resides
withoutt the limits dif 'lis Stale, it i's therefore
ordered, that h'e doapearl acid object to the
divisioni sr stale of tihe Real Estate of' Thoimas
Reyniolds decmease'd. or,. icr beef'oe the sixth day
ofl Octoeber teXt, sr heis consecntto the same wdvl
be etered of' record.
*JuHN HILL,c. F.. D.*
July 2'- 12t 23
state of South Ca-rholina.
IN' COMMON TLEAS.
Thoias Davis, -
Enoch Syne. -
Verity Farmer,. .
s. Hartmon Hust A3tcment.
and E'uocb Byne. -
Moore &'Davis, -
Enoc yne. -.
Emily Hi. Tubman,
IHE Plaintiffs in the above esses,.having
1 this day filed thpir declaratiops in my
oltice andtihe defendan.tsha;ini her.W.iveB
or Attorneys known to. reside witin the'mlits -
of tie Site, on w6om a copy of i4-de"
taus with'~ rule to pleadcan be served'iIt is
tilbi~oide.. iiered, that they ddappdat and
plead ti said decfaratiois 'within a yeand a _
day from thedate hereofi or in-defaulttkereof
final nd absolute juligments .wil beawaided
against them. THOS. G..bAQON,-c.^c P.
lly 12. 1845 -y ' 16
Lntev ui bouth Uarolix,
EDGE I LD DIS T-ItGT.
1N THE COMMON'P2Li8a.
Berry Rodgers, es.Enbcb Bytie ) d ci it
- and. - ForAt
-Elijah Byne th&ci~eids
Cress & Turpin, ) - tation-in
.s.: -'.o-eigaA j
the same. ..: tachzpqty
HE Pinitiffs., having..his dayJied
he.r declarations in
casesJn.ijiny oe,.and,the d.05 Its
h uoitaer wive.or a
to: be *ithbij I e 3'ls Wipqii
to be v ihe limits .9(tIbis 8tyei On
whom a:copy of said .claratons;wsd a
rule to plead ca r be served is.ordred,
that the said. defetdants.do plead ihe
said de-larations. within. a earabd aAy
from the publication of this.order, or:finu
and absolu e judg'ent . ilf-be .qawided
-.TH OS. .G a005,... c
Clerk's Office. 17th Mich, 1845 . y
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Stalte of' South Carolina,
EDGEk'IE LD DISTRICT.
Tp HJOnAS J. HIBBILERliving near
1Winter Seam, in Edgefield District,
TFolla beljie me a blaik Horse, seven
'years old, a small n bimeastreatk ini his face,
iighi hind foot white, about fifteen hands
hig'h,'ran boned. Appraised at -thirty dol
Iars - W. S. COTJJRAN,
Julyw 2 m4mn 26 Magistrate.