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On Sunday evening the 7th ult. by S. Broad
water, Esq., Mr. JAMES LEAsufsE to Mrs. ELIz
ABETi JAGNEL, all of this District.
On Thursday evening the 14th ult., by the
Rev. Arthur CanadaytorColunmbi county, Ga..
Mr. JEFERSO SAaRPTon to Miss JULIA ANN,
eldest daughter of Wi. Thurmond. all or this
Departed this life on the 3rd instant, GjitoN
J. WILLIAMS, at his residentce in this Distr 'et,
after a-linget ing illness, in the 44th year of his
age. His disease was ulcerous sore throat,
which he bore with great patience and forti
tude. He has left a numerous circle of rela
tions and friends, with a wire and six children
to mourn his loss, which last seemed to be very
near his heart. He was an affectionate hus
band, and a kind and tender parent. He was a
member of the Baptist Church, and had been
for a number of years.
Died, at the residence of their father in this
District, on 26th Sept., Misses CHARILOTTE and
MARTHA BELL, daughters of Mr. Isaac Bell
the formet in the thirty-ninth, and the latter in
the seventieth year (of her age.
Miss Charlotte had been a pinus member of
the Baptist Church at Gilgal, fhr sixteen yeats,
and "adorred the doctrine ofLod her Saviour
in all things." She took great pleasure in go.
Ing to the house of God, in order to hear His
word proclaitted and could use the language
of the Psalmist, " A day in thy courts is better
than a thousand, I had rather be a door-keeper
in the house of my God than to dwe'll in the
tents of wickedness." When first attacked by
the disease which terminated her earthly exis
tence, she stated to her friends that she had
no expectation of recovering. After arranging
her temporal matters, she c.lmly resigned her
case into the hanids of God. Her afflictiotts
contihued for several days, but she bore it all
with great patience As she drew near her
close she repeated the passage of Scripture.
" Be then faithful unto death, and I will give
thee the crown of life." In a short time she
exclaimed, '-The battle is fought! the race ia
ended !" and her happy spirit took its flight
into the mansions of bliss.
Miss Martha had attached herself to the
same Church-of which her sister wits a mem
ber, in the twelfth year of her age: Her con
sistent deportment secured the confidence of
those who knew her. To the reading of the
Scriptures she devoted a considerable portion
of her time ; for" her delight was in the latnb
of the Lord," and might have used the lan
guage of the Redeemer, "The law of thy amouth
is better unto ie than thousands of gold and
silver." Meekness and humility were pioti
nent traits in her character-and in her was
exemplified the language of the Saviour, "take
my yoke upon you and learn of me, for I am
meek and Jowly in heart, and you shallfind rest
unto your soul, for my yoke is easy and my
burden light." When appriserl that she could
tiot recover, and judging fromu her own fielings
that in a few hours she would enter into eter
nity she expressed to one of her sister- some
fears that site was not well prepared; and whilst
in that state, natied to her sister, that she had
the most awful apprehensions of the punish
went that await those who die unprepared.
Her sister encouraged her, assuring her that
site had given during her life strong evidences
of her christian character; to whom she re
plied, '-are yott nit flattering me 2" When
answered in the negative, they engaged a few
moments in silent prayer-then stidienly she
she exclaimed, -40 death where is thy sting, 0
grave where is thy victory ;" calling upon all
around her bedside to go with her to heaven
to meet her in that happy place. She bade
theta an affectionate farewell, and quietly fell
asfeep in Jesus.
and three brothers, were called to mourn the
loss of two dear relatives. But they are resigned
to the will of God, believing that he hath ta
ken them to himself. The aged rather in speak
ing to the writef of this notice, stated that their
dispositions were very similar, and closed by
using the language of David in lameniting thet
death of Saul and Jonathan, " Tihey were
lovely and plesnt in their lives, and'in their
death they,were not divided." 'Precious in
the sight of the -Lord is the de ath of his saints.
J. M. C.
- H EAD QUA RTERS,
2sD RF.GIME T CAvA.RY, Oct 1. 1845.
A N Election will be held otn Saturday the
15th November. for the i'ffice of Major of
the First Squadroni, Second Regimnent Cavalry,
at the different companyv parade groiitds.
Officers commandinig Comnpaniies will extend
the above orders to their respective Compa ies,
taking two subalterni otlicers to as sist as Man
On Motnday following one Manager from
each Con pany will meet at the Regimental
Farade Ground, count the votes.and make a
return to the Brigadier General.
By order of J. C. SMYLEY,
Colonel 2nid Regiment Cavalry.
Oct. 8 6t37
H EAD QUA RTERS,
SracosD REGiMEN-r CAVALRY, OCt. 1.
A COURT MARTIAL will convene at
Edge-field Court House, oni Monday the
Third of Novemiber next, for te trial of De
faulters of the Edgefield Squadron of Cavalry,
from the Regimental Muster at Longmire's on
thme 19th of July last. .
The Court will cotnsist of
Capt. BiaAsson, President.
Lieut. Glover, Members.
Let. Dean ' Supernumeraries.
Lietut. Yeldell, Recorder.
By order of J C. SMYLEY,
Uolonel 2nd Regiment Cavalry.
Oct.8 4t 37
BOOT AND !!!OE
H !E undersigned respectfully informs his
N.frierds, and the p'ublic at large. that he
intends establishing a Boot and Shoce
Store. within two nmiles of Mount Willing,
at Mr. Missimcz's H-ousi:, where he experts to
make work to order, such as '-'ine Boots and
Shoes ; good strong Negro Shoes. Wagon Geers,
Bridles of every description. and will keep
Trimmings fpr Shoe Maikers.
All his weork is wearranted
M. L. GEARTY.
October 8, 3t 27
Bross.IhI to the Jail
O F this District, a negro man who satys his
name is ELIHU, and that he belongs to
Mr. William Daivis of Effinghami county. Ga.,
living within twenty-three miles uof Savanntah.
Said fellow is abnut tive htisth, fight complex
ion, and between 20 and 21 years of age.
No scars or marks percei'vable. He says his
Owner bought him from a sp'eculator.
The owner is requested in come forward,
prove property. pay charges and -take him
away, or he will be dealt with acc8~rdinig to
aw. C. HI. GOODMAN, Jailor.
Angust,.27 . tf 31
To Lumber COstters.
Valuable Saw Mill Property
T HE Subscribers offer for sale, a tract of
Land containing about three thousand
one hundred Acres. (3100) known as the Bridge
Creek Tract. on the waters of Horse Creek.
about fourteen miles from Hamburg. and two
and a half miles fron Aiken. It is. the only
tract on the navigable waters of Horse Creek.
from which the timber has not been cut. With
a bold, constant and equable stream passing
through its centre, 9 good Mill Seat within
half a mile of that pirtion of Horse Creek,
which has beetn for many years open, and used
for raft navigation, and within one and a half
miles of the Rail Road, this tract offers superior
inducements to those who desire to embark in
the lumber buiness to any in the State. For
further particulars. application may be made
either to William Gregg of Charleston. or to
James Jones of Vancluse. the latter of whom.
being near the land. will at any time show the
tract to persons wishing 'o purchase. Com
uunications on the enhject may be addressed
to GREGG & JONES.
Oct 8 38 (So. Ca.) 4t
informs his friends .
and the public, that
1,29 lie has conmmencedf.
the above bushiness at the Stable formieily oc
cupied by Olivet Sitnpson, and immediately in
the rear of
where he is prepared to keep Horses on
Livery, at reasotnable prices. He has also, an
ple and convenient lots for the accommodation
and.will furnish CORNand other PROD UCE
at the lowest market prices. He has engaged
the services of competent and experienced H os
tiers. and will endeavor to give satisfaction to
all who may call on him.
Hanburg, Oct. 8 3t (Repub.) -37
State of South Carolina,
Nancy Reynolds, Applicant, ) Summons in
William Reynolds, Wiley y Parttion.
Reynolds, and others De- |
B Y an order from John Hill. Esquire,
Ordinary of the District aforesaid, I
will proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
House, on the First Monday in November
next, the lands belonging to the Estate of
Thomas Reynolds, deceased, containing
one Hundred and sixteen Acres, more or
less, situate in the District and State
aforesaid, adjoining lands of Nathan-Bar
ton, Moses Holston, Wiley Reynolds and
To be sold on a credit of twelve months.
The purchaser will be required to give
bond and approved security, and a mort
gage of the premises to the Ordinary to
secure the purchase money. Cost, to be
paid in cash:
G ct 8 3t 37
The State of South Carolina,
WIlliam Brunison atnd others. sunmmons
Applicants, vs. Calvini Cox. in Parti
atnd others. Defendaints. lion.
B Y an order from Juo hilt. Esquire.
Ordinary of the~ District almresaid. I
will proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
House, otn the fist Monday in Noavember
next. the lands bielonging to the Estate of
Solomon Co x, deceased, conisaining fifty
Acres, more or less, sitnate in the District
and State aiforesaid, on the Martintowt
road, adjoining lands of Daniel D. Bi nn
son. Francis Wood and others.
To he sold on a credit of twelve motnths.
Purchasers to give hond atnd approved se
curity, atnd a mortgage of the premises to
the Orditnary if required to secure the
purchase money. Costs to be paid ii
H. BOUJLW ARE, S. E. D.
Oct8 3' 37
State~ of Southl Carolina.
EDGEFI E LD DISTRiCT.
B Y JOHN h-ILL Esquire, Ordntary,
Jof Edgefield District.
Whereas Win. Thurmond, bath applied
to we for L etters :,f Administration, on
all anmd singular the goods. and chattels,
rights and credits of James Blussey late
of the District aforcsaid, deceased, these
are, t herefore, to cite and admionish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the saill decea'd, to be and appear before
a-n, at our tiext Ordinary's Cotirt for the
said Distriet, to lbe holden at Edgefield
Court Haouse, on the t wentieth day of Oct.
inst. to show catuse, if any, why the said
administration should nail be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this
6th day of October, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
forty -five, and in the 70th year of Ameri
JOHN H ILL, 0. E. D.
Oct. 8 2t 37
7V H E Estate of Williami 3. Sitmkins being~
.3.Derelict, I shall praceed to sell at E~dge
field Court House, on Saturday the 18th day
of O)ctaober next, all thme personamal property oaf
said deceased, conisistmng of Househid liurni
ture, on a credit of six moniths.
- JOH-li' H ILL, o.E. D.
September 24 4t 35
Brought to 'he Jail.
OF this District, on the 27th inasi a negro
matt who says his natne is H ARRY and
that he belongs to Mr. J .'. Kiniard,
oif New berry District, Said negro is five
feet 11 itnchies high. and hetween 28 and
30 years of age. and very light comnplee
ted. He has an impedimretnt itn his speech,
and a wen on the back part of his tneck.
The owtner is requested to comte for
ward. praove property, pay charges anid
take him away, otherwise be will be dealt
as the law adirecis.
C. H. GOOD.MA N, Jailor.
Ocob1, i f 36
LIST OF LETTERS,
Remaining in mhe Post Office at Edge
field C. H. on the 30th of September 1845.
which if not taken out before the 31st of
December. will be sent to the Post Office
Department, as dead letters.
Aiken. Gov. Wm. 2 -.Anderson. Miss J.
Adams,.N. Armstrong Ars. C.
ZB1t . B
Burt, Hon. A. Bird, E. 1. 2
Burt. Dr. H. Buckhalter, W.
Berger, Mons. A. Brookb L.
Crafton, A. Clark. J.
Curry. W. Cook. J. V.
Clayhrook, R. W. Carpenter. Mrs. R.
Cook, J. Colvin, Ellen U.
Daniel, W. Donaldson. E. K.
Day, J. Al. Davis. E. T
Elder, H. B. Edison, J. Jr.
Frost, Hon. E. 2
Green, J. Griffin. Mrs. C.
Gallman, HI. B. Graham, J A. Y.
Gassaw y, J. T.
Hagood, AMrs. E. Harrison, B.
Hainey, 1. Howard, Dr A P
Howard, Dr. A. G. Harvey, T. B.
Harris, J. B. Hamil'n Mrs L V
Hollister, Mrs. C. fluffnan, 311r. H
Juhan, Miss E. J. Johnson, F. U.
Loveless, T. H. Lowe, Bassil
Lauham, T. W. Litteltoun, rs. fH.
Landrum, B. F.
AleCollough, R. 2 Mays, Miss A. L.
ams, R. T-. Mitchell, G. W.
Miles. Lewis Mflcuffie Hon G 4
McCamrt, J. Alathis, Wim.
.\loore, N- Miullikin, J.
Miller, Miss E. J.
Nichols, F. 31. Nichols, G.
P & Q
Page, Rev. C. 2 Presley. E.
Pres-ley, U. W.' Parkaman, 11.,
Quarles, Dr. A1.
Revloids, R. H. 2 Ramsey. A.
Rix, John Radford, S.
Soaly, R. Snvly, J. C.
S heppard Scurry, J.
Spires, Mrs. H. E. Simpson, S.
Tompkins. J. Tennant, G.
Trap, J. Upson, Ail.
War:d, O t. R. Weaver, P. B.
Wray, i . D. Wash, J.
Wilson. J. 3 Welch, Mrs. M.
Whitlock, Miss A. E. White. J.
Yancy, B. C.
Oct 8 101. 3t 37
Chesnut Grove. Institute;
EINO desirous of doing all the good lean,
the short time I have to sojourn on earth.
I proose to en!arge my SCIIOUL to a size
sotiviet to employ my daughter and myiself,
and if practicable, to Corma a MALE and FE
MALE De- arment. My IIPstitule is located
in a very healthy part of the Diatrict, (near
if r. L. WVideanai'a.
Bloardinag cani be procured itn respectable lanm
ilies at Thirty Dollars a year, if washaing is
tnot doune. I have maade the terms of T-:ia.n
to suit the titmes, antd I expect they will be
founad much lower thant those of any other
Scho.ol ol the kind ini the District. They are
Orthography, Reading and Writinig, $10)
Thos,.e with Arithmetic and history, 11
Grammnaar includeud, 12
Gieograpthy included, 13
And with Naturtal Philosophy and Rhetoric. 14
The Scholastic Year, Ten Mlonths.
Mly system of teachling is naew anid altogether
mty owat. I w.ould invite those who muay think
of semnding to tme. to visit amy School and see
may method. To those w ho may desire to ii'
qmire of any capacity as a Teactier or the pri.
gress of tmy Scholars, I would refer to my pait
roums; also, to the h on. A. Burt, aj. L. Inde
pendence Pearsun oft Hamburg. Dr. Johtn
Heart, Joh n Cothran. Esq. .iJohn Widemnan.
Esq . and Mr James Wademnatn, of the Saenior
Class of thme South Carolina College. All of
these getntlemen, with thai exceptionm of the
lHan Burt, acted as judlges at an Ezamination
of mny School in August last.
Fifteent .r t wenty scholars more than I now
have, will make nmy School large eniough to
put roy design io execution.
A pplicationa for adlmissiont to my School must
be maade by the first of December.
CH ARLES M. PELOT, Teacher.
Sept 24 3t (Ab. Banner) 36
AT BARHIA3MvLLt-, NEAR COLUMBIA.S. C.
T H E duties of' this Instituate will be reaum-n
edan the 15th Octoaber, (commenacemnen
of the Academic year.)
Additional engag?ements have baeen entered
upont with highly competenat Teachers in dea
partmnemi of lnstrumental anmd Vocal Mutsic:
also arrangemenat for additional supply of.ap
paratus, &c , in Philosophmical anad Chemical
diepartmten ts. Books for Reading-Room,. have
beeni selected with especial reference to the
course of cducationm purstued
A pantphilet exhibiting tour course and method
of Iustruction, as also TIermts of entranace. will
be sent to those desirinag mnore piarticular infor
miatio.ELIAS M ARKS. M. D.,,
September11l 6t (So. Ca.) 34 Pricipaa.
News Good! New Coods!!
H E Subscribeis takes ,his .pportuniity of
givatag ntice tl-at thaey are non receiving
their Stock of Fall and inter Goods, which
will emobrace a choice selectonm of
Staple and Fancy Goods,
HARDwARE. CROcKEny, GROCERIEs, M ED!
CR58. Sn-rIOMAtuv amnd SCHOOL. ioxs.
HA-rS, CAPes, and '8Hogs,
Anad a great variety of other articles, which
they 'will sell low for cash, or en a credit to
G. L. & E. PENN.
October 1 tf 36
J~ UST receivedI 25 barrels Iresh NORTH
ERN FLOUR, and for sale by
SIBLEY & CRAP,0N
H1amburgc July 2.184rs. tr on
- HE Trustees ofthe Abbeville Female Ac.
ademy beg leave to announce to the
public, that M I.. JASES L. LESLEY has con
sented to take charge of the Female School in
Abbeville Villa me, for the year 1846.
Abr. Lesley ,o forthe lat ten years been
engaged in the education or youth and long
and lavorably known in Abbeville District, as
a competent *a successful classical teacher.
His -reputationgcapacity and qualifications as
an instructor,a -too well known and admit:ed
to require fron I's any enconiun, to recom
mend him to th confidence and support of the
*All the usual branches of an English educa.
tion will b& taught; also, the French, Latin and
Gireek languages,- together with Philosophy,
&c., &c. J
The School tih be under the exclusive di
rection and control of Mr Lesly The Scho
lastic Year to consist of ten months, commen
cing the first Monday of January next.
Goud and cheap boarding may be had with
private familietin the Village and its vicinity.
Miss HARRISON, whose superior talents
and qualifications as a Music Teacher, have.
been long knqwn and appreciated in Abbe
ville, will still continue in charge of the Music
D. L. WAR DL-MW)
JOHN WillTE, -
- R. U. WARDLAW, i
J.J. WARDLAW, e
-...W.A. WARDLAW, i
T. C. PERRIN,
JAS. S. WILSON,3
August 27 tI5J 32
J. J. Howard,
.HViNG returned from the North, begs'
'teuve toistate te his friends aid the pub
fe, that he is now receiving a full and com
plete Stock of
G R 0 C E R I L S, & c,
CoNsisTINo IN PART OF TUE FOLLOWING ARTt
25 hbds. Sugar, (mostly strictly fine St.
10 hhds. -Molasses,
100 bags prite Rio Colfee, well flavored.
A few bags superior Java Coffee,
100 kegs Cut Nails, all sizes, do. Brads,
10.000 lbs. Bacon Sides, Shoulders and Hams,
150 clioiciifganvassed Sugar Cured Hams,
wk&ianted asuperior article.
150 pieces Bagging, 44 to 45 inch wide, all
150 coils jto 4 inch Bale Rope.
500 lbs- best0Twine.
700 sacks- alt.
10 boxes Tobacco, all qualities, from com
mon to the best Honey Dew.
500 lbs. Lead,50 bags Shot.
50 bbls. Flour, Canal, Baltimore and
Country, (alt fresh ground.)
1,500 lbs..Sole Leather; do. Upper.
500 lbs.*Loaf sugar.
Teain caddies and boxes.
15 tons. Swedes Iron, Cast. German and
Blister Steel, Hoop Iron.
1,200 pairs heavy made Negro Shoes, made
of the best materials, Alen and Wo
300 large size Negro Blankets; do. Rose
Domestic Goods, Shirting and Sheeting.
Calicoes, together with all heavy Cotton
Pailsoubs and Cans.
_ P -inen
Cottontards, with every article usually
kept in the business.
a supply of CORN. equal to the demand.
He returns his sincere thanks to his friends
and the public, for their former patronage.
and lie now solicitq a continuance of their la
vors, us he intends to make it their interest to
call and trade with him. Orders thankfully re
ceived, and fillod at thie loroest rates of the
-Htamburg, S. C., Sept 17, 1845 35
2he llamaburg Republican. Greenville Monn
taineer,;auid Edgefield Advertiser, will copy to
the amount of $15, and forward account to
.. J. HOWARD.
H. I. JEFFERSe
General Agent and Commission
Merchant, Hamnburg. S. C.
STILL o'ffers his servIces to his fiiends and
glhe puibbec. and lie will devote his undivi
ded attention to the
SELLING OF COT TON AND FLOUR,
RECEiINuG AND FONWARDINo GooDs.
Buying Goods for Planters ot Mlerchants, or
attend to anyi busintess that may be
committed to his careC.
He embraces this opportunity of tenidering
his thanks to his friends for their liberal patron
age hieretofore bestowed, and by industry and
close attention to business, he hopes tin merit.
and to continue to receive the s-unei. It'shall be
his aim to make all his charges as light as pos
sible. knowing that it will he to his interest to
closely observe the interest of his friends.
Liberal adlvances will be made if required on
produce seiit to hinm for sale or store Cotton
sent to him by Boats, will be received free of
waharfags. All produce sent to him for sale
will be promptly sold ont arrival, if so ordered.
Augtust 6 tf 28
4 A R E-HOUSE
,mi H ANKF UL to our friends for the liberal
patronage hitherto received, we respect
fully solicit a conti uance of the sante at our old
Where we will continne to Receive. Store and
ISell COT'TON aod other PRODUCE, ResCe
AT MODERATE CHARGEs.
We wvill give undivided attention to any bu
siness in our hine, entrusted to our care, ex
cept the buying of .otton, which we refuse to
Igo on etther our owan account or'that of others,
bheinit difficult to piease in the united ca
parityof both buyer aiid seller,
Fro~n ithe lotig exp rience of our senior
partner, and by prompt anud devoted attention
to all matters ot busintess, confided to us, we
hope to merit a share of public patronage I
rWAI KER & PEA R80 .
H amburg, 8. C., Sept 17 6m ' 35
IThe Edgefield Advertiser Abb. Banner. An
derson Gazette. Penudleton Messenger, and
Greenville Motininer, each, will copy the
above for six months.-Jour-nal.
Q-The friends oif Col, Jour, QUATTLE
BUM announce hirn as a candidate (or the
offce of Tax Collector, at the next elec
tion. - Jaly 1
i We are authorized to announce
M. GRAHAs. Esq., as a candidate for
Ordinary of Elgefield District, at the
rTHE Subscriber informs his friends and the
- public, that he has commenced the above
Business, at the Ware-House formerly
occupied by H. W. SULLIVAN. A lie will de
vote his whole time and attention to the inter
est of his custoriters. lie hopes, to merit and re
celve a liboral patronage and supPort.
Hamburg, Sept. 24 4t (Journal) 36
T HE Copartnership heretofore existing
between J. A. Graham & Hilery
Cooper in manufacturing tin ware, fc., is
The above business is continued how
ever by me. who will execute with neat
ness and fidelity any business in nmy line,
such as roofing, guttering and the manu
facturing of tin ware, &c.
Oct I tf 36
ValuabE- Lands for -ale.
10 0 Acres of the best quality
of Land are here offered
for sale. The said land lies on the waters of
Wilson and Ninety-six Creeks, and will b e
sold in one, two or four tracts, to suit the pur
chaser or purchasers. On one tract thete is
an excellent Wheat and Corn Mill, in the best
repair. On another tract there are good build.
ings. with an excellent Store House and loca
tion for merchandise. As I desire to move, I
will sell the above lands at a low price for its
quality. HH. . HILL.
11- Refer to H. R. Spann, or to Col.
Christie, at Edgefiell Court House.
September24 If 35
I FOREWARN all persons from trading for
a Note of hand given by the subscriber to
John Lewi" for six lii dred dollars ($600.) da
ted about the 18th or 19th of August, and due
fat ofJanuary. 1847. as the property fbr which
.aid Note was given having proved unsotmid,
I am determined not to pay the same unless
compelled by law.
September 17 4t 34
R UNA WAY from the subscriber.
about the lt of vay last, my
Negro Woman HARRIET, aged
about 30 years, yellow complected,
5 feet high, and has when speaking
a stoppage in her speech. und has a
scar on one cheek, caused by the cut
of a knife. Any person apprehending said
Negro, and lodging her in Newberry or Edge
field Jail. or delivering her to me two mites
North of McNearry's Ferry, in Newberry Dis
1rict, shall receive the above reward.
September 17 3 t34
State of South Carolina.
William Brunson and Catharine Summons
Cox and others,Appllts., vs. in
Calvin Cox and others, Def'ts. Partition.
IT appearing to my satisfaction, that Cal
vin Cox,Odum Cox, the childen of Nancy
Ford, formerly Cox, Peggy Cook, formerly
Cox, Asa Odom, son of Gilham Cox, Defend.
ants in the above stated case, ieside without
the limits of this Slate, it is therefore ordered,
that they do appear and object to the division
rsale pEho..eiLEsteo - ls
eceased, on or lor the s dit Iay iof tobei
next, or their consent to the same will be en
tered of record.
JOHN HILL, O. E. D.
July 9 3m - 24
State of South Cardlina,
EDGE FIE LD DIST RICT.
Nancy Reynolds, Applicant,)
aeainst Wmn. Reynolds, W.
Reynolds, and others, Def'ts.
UT appearing to mny satisfetion, that John
RRey nolds, one or the Defendants, resides
without the limits of this State, it is therefore
ordered, that he do appear and object to the
division or sale of the Real Estate of Thlomnas
Reynolds deceased, or,; or befoze the sixth day
of October next, or hiis consentto the same will
he entered of record.
JOHN HILL, c. a. D
July 2 12t . 23
To fhe Pusblic.
Ihave seen an ad'vertisemnent over the
signature of James Wilson, oleriag his
services to the public as a Pump Maker.
Now to prevent any misunderstanding or
confounding of our narmes, I would only
sany, that die unde-rsigned is the OLD
PURiYP MY AKE R, who has been at
the businiess some ten or twelve years. atid
of~ers his services in that line to his old
friends and patrons tupou -liberal terms.
He will put in Pumps at 314 cents per foot.
A bbeville C. H.. Sept. 10, 1845.
N. B.-Any persons wishing to com
municate with me on business, will direct
their letters to Waterloo P. o., Laurens
District. South Carolina. Rt. W.
September 17 6r (Banner) 34
Eagle and Phenix liotel.
T HE Subscriber respectfully announnes
to hisi friends and the travelliing public.
that he is now having the above splendid
House put in complete order, and will open
it uinder the immediate direction of himself
and'wife, on or about the first of September
next, at which time, lie solicits from'his friends
and 1.atrons, a continuance of past favors
assuring them that their comfort will always
be his study. WM. FRAZIER.
Augusta, Ga., August 20 tf 30
State of South Carolina.
Guardian of Declaration in
Francis W. Ferth, vs. Foreign
E noch Byne, Elijah ' Attachment.
Andrew Carson, vs. Doclaration in For
the same. eign Attachment.
TU H E Plaintiff in the above stated cases,
1.having this day filed their Declarations in
my Office, and the Defendants having neither
no wife or Attorneys knownto reside within the
imits of the State on whom a copy of the same
with a rule to plead can be served; "-It is
therefore, Ordered" that the Defendant appear
and plpead to the same within a year and a day
from- the day bereof,or final and absolute judg
ment will be awarded against them.
-THOMAS G.- BACON, c. c. c.
Clerk's Office, March 17th, 1845 Jy. 8
' We are authorized to announce GEoRGE
J. SHEPPARLD us a candidate foie office
of Tax Collector, at the next election,
Dec. 25 - A
HiRI.LY after the dissolidion of the
firm of H. L. JEFFERS & (o, I re
quested Mr. S. f Kitchen, (my book,
keeper,) to write a short advertisement for
insertion In the Charleston papers, advi
sing my friends and the pbbli; that I itill
continued to transact a Oeneral Comif
sion Business, on my own ~account; be
accordingly did .write, and had inserted be
fig e !J t. the following advertisement;
".H. .i JEFFERS, CommiSson Mar
chant, Hamburg,- S. C., still continues to'
receive and forward Goods, purcbase.Cot
ion, and sell Merchandise on Commission.
All business entrusted to him, will be at
tended to with promptitude and despatch."
In the Card I am made to say, that I
would buy Cotton on Commission-this I
did not intend, nor did I know that the
purchase of Cotton was mentioned untir
after the Card was published. Upon see-.
ing -which I expressed my regret, that it
was so mentioned, but not intending to buy
Cotton, or expecting orders to do so, I
thought it unworthy of further notice at
that time, nor should I deem it necessary
now, to allude to that advertisement, word
it not, that I understand, it has been made
use of, by some designing persons for the
purpose of tryic,g to prejudice my friends
in the country, agatUst Me as a Conmis
sion Merchant ; I therefore feel it due td
my friends and myself, to give this expla
nation, which can be substantiated at any
I take this opportunity of saying, that I
am entirely independent of those who are
tbus attemptiog to injure me, as all my
acts and dealings are open and above
board. To my friends I feel gratified for
the very liberal patronage heretofore be
slowed ou me, and still offer my sorvices
to attend to Selling, Storing or Shipping
Cotton, Flour, 8c., receiving and forward
ing MERCHANDISE, forrwarding GooDs,
to order, and to any other business that
may be commnitted to moy care.
While by industry and unceasing atten
tion, I hope to merit and continue to re
ceive their patronage, I want it only
with their ednidence, tLat I will to t6e best
of my ability discharge the duties of an
Agent., with promptitude and fidelity,
His charges shall be aliKe to all, and'at
the lowest possible rates. I am always
to be iound at my post, ready for business;
at the Gorner of Cobb 8f Centre Streets.
H. L. JEFFRES
October 8 2t 37
State of South Carolina.
J. W, Stokes. Deearationin
P. H1. Rooney. Auachment.
p HE Plaintifl' in the above stated cases;
.U having this day filed their declarations
in n) office, and the defendants having no wire
or attorney known to reside within the limits of
the State, on whom a copy of the same with a
rule to plead can be served: It is tberefdre
ordered, that the deflindant appear and plead
to the same within a year and a day from the
day hereof, or final and absolute judgment will
be awarded against him.
THOS. G. BACON, c. c. F.
Clerk's Office, 22d Nov. 1844.
Nov.27 44 I _ ly
State of Biouth Carolina
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
- vs. Dec'n, in Attadhmnt
Litle Declaration in
E noch Byne AUnamen. -
and Harman Host.)
A. Boggs, i tahet
vs. DclrioinA chn;
C;narles Hail, .
vs. ~ Decla'n. in Atachncht,
H armon H-Inst.)
vs. 7Dec'n. in Attachment;
vs. IDee'tioha in Autachment
vs. Dectsarationa in
Enoch ilyne and AUachment.
Elijah Byne, J
Andrew Kerr and 3
John Kerr, j Declaration
survivors. ) in ,
vs. | AUachmen?. .
Enoch Byne. J
J ames S. Brown, 3 Declaration
vs. ' in
Enoch Byne and ~' Auachmnaet.
Hlarmon Hust. )
B3. B. Miller,
vs. >Dec.in Attachmeht:
Harmon Hust. )
Keers & Hope,1
vs. Dcc. in Attachment.
E noch By ne.
vs. Declaration in -
E noch Dyne and - Autachment.
Elijah Byne. .j
vs. Decla'tion in Attack'mti
Enocha Byne. 3
John WV. Rtheney,
vse- ( Declaration ie
Enoch Byne and ( uiachment.
Harmon ut. J
Thomas G. Jordan,~
vs. Declaration inl
Enoeh Byne and duAtacament.
Harmon H ust. J
Wmn. D. Stone,
vs. . Dectlarat ion in
Enoch Byne and ( Attachment
Henry 8. 1-oadley, Declaration
vs. ) in
Enoch Byne. jAttachment.
711 H E Flaintif's in the above cases, having
Athis day filed the ir Decliratioins in my
oflice,and the Defendants having neither Wives
nor Attorney's known to reside within the
himits of the 2tate on whom a copy of said
Declarations with a role to -plead ean be ser-'
ved: It is therefore ordered, that the said De
teudantsado appear and plead to the said dee.
laratiotns within a year and aLda'yfroma the date
hereof, or final and absoltute judgment will be
awarded against thetn by default.
THOS. G. BA ON, c. c ..
.erk's Office, May 6th, 1845-. 16
May. 14 ly
FM" Trhe friends of EDMUND Moa,
Esq., annpunee him as a candidate for the
oflice of Tax Collector at the ext election.
Nov.6. . tf 41
(t? The friends of- Lieut. JAI~ 18.
BARnIs, antiounce hima assa candidate for .
the office of tax Colledtor a: the next elec
Setitsmber 3 . f 3