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-d 4 IP 45E3d Dry rood#.
SFll-ianl inter Good'!'
-IJOLESALL AND RETAIL
HIRTINGS and Sheetings, bio'wn 'and
bleaced from 3-4 t 3 yards, all kinds,
6AtjCOS. French. English, and American.
4-to 4-wide from 61 to 371 cents.
Ain:soks,- MoOst.j .D. LLtss; ALACCA'S,
Cassinasi and BornsAitNs, a.large htosort
-netit,andchespe' than ever, (all new styles.)
6iLKSiwide black high iustre for Mantillas,
blise lsck adid colored, all kinds, Cheap.
200-SHAWLS, all kinds, from 25 cents to
$12; black-and second mourning Shawls, all
FLANNELS. red, white, green, yellow, stri
-pod, and twilled, Welch and Gause, warran
ted-not to shrink.
LINENS, trish linens, undressed, for Shirting;
:Lineo Sheeting; brown and bleached Da
Sask Table Lines; Russia, and Scotch Dia.
,peIrf Towelling of all kinds.
HOSIERY & GLOVFE&S a great variety.
SHOES ladies and Childrena fine Shoes.
BONNI'T. Leghorn, Straw, and Fancy Bon
CARPETING.-The largest assoriment ever
offered in Hamnhurg, at very low prices, from
25-cents per yard, upward.
i large loi of BLANKETS and KERSEYS,
-that we will make it the Planter's interest to
'look at-before buying.
.fa short. every article nanally asked for in this
place, Hardware and Groceries only ex
a bir.,ct15 6t (Repub.) 39
-f.eL . JEFFERS.
General Agent and Commission
Mercaant, IIaabu3rg, S. C.
U,. o'erts h services to his nfiends and
the pnbc, nd lie will devote his undivi
ded atention to e
SELLING OF COTrON AND FLOUR.
RUcuo1SO ASND FORWARDING GooDs.
ag Goods for Planters or Mewchants, or
autend -to an buAsn.ss that mOy be
committed to his care.
Ho embraces this opportunity of tendering
hiis thauika to his frienIs for their liberal patron
age heretofore bestowed, slid by industry and
o doe attention to business. he hopes to mernt.
and-to coitinue to receive the snitw. It shall be
him aim to nake all his charges as light as pos
vible, kn.owing that it will tie to his interest to
closely observe the iterest of his friends.
Liberal advances will be made if reqnired on
prodece sent to him for sale or store. Cotton
seniio him by Boats, will be receivel free of
oiberfae. All produce sent to him for sale
*will be romptly sold on arrival, if so ordered.
z 'Agust 6 If 28
:Wholesale & Retail Grocers,
CRN ZR CENTRE AND 11ARXZ.T 11TRES,
HA MBURG, S. C.
AVE just receivcd, and will contmne to
. receive fresh supplies of the following
Articles, w.hich they: offer to their friends and
the trade, at the lowest market prices:
S SVGA RS
36 bh'ds. consisting of StrCenix, Clairfield,
Porto Rico and.Muscovado.
ddble Refined Loaf. Crushed and Powdered
-10 bags Old (overnmeit lava Coffee
IfO do. Augustura do.
325 bo i - do.
. Bale ocho -do'
104 piecea Heavy Dundee, 44 to 46 inch.
250 do.,.-entucky,(heavy)44 to 45 in.
60 do.' Tow, 40 ich
125 46 Gunny,2j per yard, 45 to 47jin.
100 :o Georgia & Corolina, 44 to 45 in.
300 coll Kentucky Rope
60 do Manilla, -do
60 do.. Jute. . -do.
20 buhds. Trinidad Molasses
25 bble. New. Orleans. do
60,000 pounds Iron, of all sizes. Also,
Sa good assortment of Hoop and Band
Iron, German an Caster & Cast Steel.
BACON & S ALT.
800 Pritne Country Sides.
65 do Table Salt
Boxes Table Salk.
10 duozen'! Maple Chairs
25 do Winidsor do
J0"? do .Cane Seat,
2~ do Chiildretns, do
2 do Boys, do
2 'do Otfices, do
2 do, Rocking, do
1 - do Nurse. do
-.BL ANKE TS.
2 bales 9-4 Blankets
& de 10-4 do (weighing 7 lbs. to the
-A good assortment of Bed Blankets fronr
J0-4 to 12-4. -
1,000yds. Washington Jeatns (heavy,)'
1000' do. Coventry Plains.
300 Kegs, (issorted Sizes)
* 150 Bags, assorted Sizes
30.Kegs-ILF Dupont's Powder
1 doBlasting do
20 do Eag~le;S porting, do
W HITE LE AD.
5000 lbs linre No. 1, N. Y. Union Mills
-. 50 Boxes Teas.< Consisting of gun pow
dor, Hysont and.-lImperial
*6 ases attees,-"
1ihest Black Tea"
200 B4~s fresh Rock Lime.
in e ,Pipper .Spice, Cininam on, N t e s
IdgSaltpetre; Blus iStone. Copperas,
ShoeThread, Snuffi Cotton & Wool Cards,
Brass Bound 'Backets~ Puiintgd Buckets,
Tubs, Charns, zMeelers. Willow Wagons
and eradles:- Washboards, Cooa Dippers,i
clothes Pins, -Brooms, Wooden -Bowls,
-Wash Stands;s- Bellows, Rakes,. Scythe
Sneeds, Coffee-Mills,SoapTallow &Sperma
* Candles,'WagonBoxes, Measures; Saddle
'ons, W'ndorr Glas, Starch, Pistos; To
bacco, (rindstones, Osnabnrgs;Twinue, Cas
tiags, Boots, Shoea Wool H ats,RiceClothes
* Bliskets, Almonde, ' Bearskins, Mackerel,
*Mustardl, Fiftbr Chains, Lainp) Oil; a choice
-article of Cheiognrobac; Vinejr~a,.Bexes,
- }Cide, lirrl7overs, Cod'F~ish, Plough
di~ods, Sole 'eather' Nankeens, Chioco
~WANTED-1.006lb~ BEES 'WAX, for
which cash tJLibe~ ~adi
n 1uburg,auly ~h i
07The-friena.oC hAasi6 1Ays,
announee bipef'nlild blc
1 WA AND --
HANKFUL to our friends for tholiberal
.Epatronage hitherto received, we respect
fully solicit a continuance of the same at our bid
Where we will contirine to tecese. Sore and
SeU CoTTos and other PRoLucz, Receive
AT MODERATE CHARGES.
We will give undivided attention to any bu
siness in our line,.entrusted to 'our care, ex
cept the buying of Cotton. which We rejuse' to
go on either our own account or that of Wiiers,
believiig it difficult to piense in tho united ca
pacity of' both buyer and seller. -
Fro.n the long cip rience of our senicir
partner. and by prompt and devoteJ attention
to all matters of business, confided to us, we
hope to merit a qhare.of public patronage.
WAIKER & PEARSON.
Hamburg, S. C., Sept 17 6m. 35
The Edgefield Advertiser, Abb. Banner, An
dersot Gazette. Pendleton Messenger. and
Greenville Mountainner; each, will copy tbc
above fcr six montis.-Journal.
State of South Carolina.
I INEQUIT Y.
Henry Stone ani -others. n. Bill for Relief
Pleasant Searles, Adm'r. of and
Philip Lightfoot, deceased. ) Account.
IN liursuance- of die order of the Court
passed at lhe last tern), requiting me "to
inquire and report to the Court, at its next term;
who were the next of kin of Philip Lightfoot,
the Defendants intestate, at the time -of his
death, and whether any of them are since dead,
and if dead, whois or-are their personal repre
sentative or 'representatives," Public notice is
hereby given to all persons claiming to be the
text of kin of said Philip Lightfoot, late of the
District and State aliresaid, that they appear
hefore me in the Commissioner's Office, at
Edgefield Court House, on or before the first
day -.f May next, and make proufof.their
kindred and right, or on their failure to do id,
they will be excluded from the benefit of any
decree that may be pronounced in the matter.
8. S. TOMPKINS, c. a. a. D.
Commissioner's Office. Nov. 12 3m 42
Drt. BrUath'WS VMS.
FEVER AND .4GUE,ANOALL FEVERS
CURED BY BRANDKETH'S FILLS.
LL Fevers are occasianed by the disor
dered motion of the blood, produced by
the humoral serosity of hardening the valves
of tne vessels. The blood circulates with greatly
increased speed, and is still increased by the
friction of the globul9s, or particles which com
pose the mass of fluids. Jhen it is that the
excessive heat and chills is experienced thro'%
out the whole, system, and accompaiied with
great thirst. pain in the head, back, kidneys,
and in lict a comiiete prostration of a'l the
faculties of the mind as well as body. -
On the first- attack of fever, or any diseaie,
immediately take a large dose of Brandreh's
Vegetablc Universal Pilts,.and dontanue to-keep
up a pow erful efiect upon die bowels until the
fever or pain has entirely ceased. Six or eight
will in must cases be sutficient us a first dose,
and one dose'ofthis- kind itis not inwprobable,
may preyent mouths of- sickness, -perhaps
ADr. Braridretb's' Vegetable Universal Pills
are ildee a universally approved mjedicine,
-wiicli by its peculiaf action, cleanses the blood
of' ill itp'hi-ities, removes* every Paiu and
Weakness, and finally testores the Constitu
tion to perfect'hiioth and vigor.
U7The Pills are sold at Dr. Brandreth's Oj
fce, 241~Broadway, N. York. Also, by Bland
$r Butler, Edgefield C. H.; S. D. Clarke A- Co.,
Hamburg; J. S. kr D. C. SmyleB, Meeting.
Street; I. M. Coleman, New M arket; Whitlock,
Sullivan ArIValler, Greenwood; L. D. Meirri
Oct 2 5t 40
Ishall be ready to receive Patiezns hy
the 1st of next month, (A ugust.) The
Infirmary is situated near the Georgia Rail
Road Depot. and c-in accommodate from fonr
to eight white, and from teni to twenty black
pains odnrewl be ip attendance
No diarge wril be madc for board, nursing
&rc., hut for surgical attendanice and operations,
the usual fee will be required.
During the lecture months, viz: from No
vember to March. of each year. patients unable
to pay will be received, nutrsed, and operatedl
upon by any member of the Faculty. free of
PAUL F. EVE, 31. D.,
Professor of Surgery, in the Medical Colloge
Augusta, Jnly 30 3m* 27
Eagle and Phienix flotel.
TN H E Subscriber retipectfully announcos
to his friends and the travelling public,
that he is now having the above upletidid
H-oise put ini complete order, and will open
it under the immediate direction of himself
and wvife, on or about the first of.8September
next, at which thne, lie solicits from is friends
and patrons, a Continuance of past favors
assuring them that their comfort will always
be his study. WM. FRAZIER.
Angusta, Ga., August 20 tf 30.
EDGEFIEL D DISTRICT,
FAL TERat, 1845.
IT is ordered that an Extra Termi of the
Court of Covnmnou Pleas an-l General
Sessions, for the trial of the Cases notl dis
posed of at this Term, be held at Edge
field Court [House on the Fourth Monday
in Febuaty 1846, to continue one wveek.
J. B. O'N E AL,
T. G. Bacon c. c. c, r. &s c. s.
Oc. is if
State of South Carolina.
Willham H. Clegg and Wife, Bit
vs. David Outz, for
.and others. Partition.
I T""'pari"'to'my'"tis'cti"' thatDa' i
Outz, one of the defendants' in this case,
is absent from and-resides beyond the limits of
this State,.on motion of Bonham,'Complain
ants Solicitor, It is therefore ordered, that the
said D.Outz do plcad,-answeror demur to conm
plinants Said liil- of complamint; wiftik three
monhsfromn the publication hereof,'or the said
bill wvillhe takeapro confesso/against him.
*.Se TIOMPKINS,C. E.C.Do.
Septiemler 10 3mt 33
V e sre authorisegl to annotinca GzoaGE
. SWBEIRD as a candidate-for the offies
of Tax-Collecor, at the niext election,
pe 25 .i. 48
SThe' friends of EDNDiebo Moaras,
Egg., announce hingasy eaa i~at 'e.
fiidf.Tax Colloetor it the aext ecn
rHE Treastees of te~ibbenili emaleAc
adeybeg leave toannoiunce to the
public that mMa.. Jaxis LiLgsr5sy hast con
sented ttaki harge ofUhe Fedi"le /c'l'in
Abbeville.Village, for the yeir- 16.
Mr. Lesley bas'foi the isi' ~ni yiears ,ien
engaged in the educationpdbb 'loan ong
and avorably .known in '.Abbevili District, as
a competent and suessid sM4aiif tea-ier.
His reputation, cipa'iiyandqnihections as
an instructorare too will n iid.adiited
to require fromh us anyenicoRtum,to recoin
mend him to the confidehc0 anflupport-of the
All the usual branches of un English educi.
tion will be taught; also, the French,Latuanll
Greek languages, ,together swit- Philosophy,
Drawing, Mathenatics,Astroomy ldnitr'y,
Tiie School wil- hd nWdOihe exclusive dl
rection and control -of Mi --esly The Scho
lastic Year to consist of teniioiothi'coWmen
cing the first Mlonday ofJanuaryne?L
06od and cheap boardiiig-niag be had with
private families in the Village and its vicinity.
bliss HARIISON, wjhose sipeior- talents
and qualifications as a-..MusictTeadher, have
been long. known and ajpreciated in Abbe
ville, will still continuei in clige-orlhd Music
D. L. WARDLAWV
JOHN WHITE, --
R. U. WARDLAW, 1,
T. C.PER IN
August 27 t5
Atwood's Patei ot, Alr
EMPIRE COOKING STOVES,
FOR. SUMMER AND WI TEaus
ITS superiority oveir an" other . Cook
..ing Siove, consists fin'its simnple railnge
ment, convenience and :hir bihiy. .
The descending aid asceiaing flges.aud tile
introduction of hot ai' ii'the'odv'eni hichI equal
izes the heat and carries off the.iavpr tlierein,
'are principles never berore' i''pligd to ally
other stove.. The lven of these Stoves prrf ornis
equal to the best brick ovens, apd4 will give
meat the same flavor as if roasted ore an
open fire. -
The.Maminoth Stovis of this..pattern (No.
8.).are. of snflicieit capadity fqr'thelargst
class of hotelsstiamliats and pa -etaships.
Those wishing-to supply ihemselve 5vith a
Cooking apparatus, will lease-call aid esam
ine them at . F. C lEW S.
Augusta,Nov-5th m 7 41
' OF THE
S outhe'il lih t
A Monthly Journaldevoted-ht th prove
nielit .if Southern 7Aguicultitre. -
Editedby JAWas CAMAK, of Adhene~Georgia.
IN submitting to the-. Sonther .public the
Prospectus for the Fourth-lume of the "South
cm Cultivator," which may now be regarded
as permanently established, the Publishersjdeem
it unnecessary to adv*er*t to the high charucter
the work han attained under the oditorial con
trol of Mn. CAnAt, and therefore make.i direct
appeal to the Planters and friends of.Agricul
ture throughout the Southern States; to aid
them in sustaining a publication devoted oxclu
sively to the cause of Souithern Atriculture. .
The advantages-and benefits resulting .from
Agtricultural Pe~riodicals, have been felt and
acknowtledged by the intelligent and reflectinig
Tillers tif the 8'oil in all civilized nations ,to
be most useful. therefore. they should he ex
tensively circuluted nineng all classes of Agri
cuhutrists ; if piosible they should he ini the
hands of every man who tills an acre-of land,
nnd to this ond we invoke the aid'or every onie
who feels an interest in thejmprovement of the
Agricnlture of the Somuth. ..
The first number of the Fourth Volumne will
be issued on the 1st of-Janmuary ,iiext. -It is.
pubilished lon thly, in Quarto.formreach main
er contains vixteen pages-tofnmatter,9 by 12
tnhees square. . . -
Otie copy, one year, $1 00
Six copies, " .. . ,5 00
Twenty five copies, one yehr, 20 00"
One hundred, 75 00
The cash system will be -rigidly enforced.
The cash t-ist always accompany the order.
Qi'As ive desire to regulate our issue ihythe
number of subscrinei-s,.all pgraonFwv,ho- obtain
subscribers, are .requested- to 'deitN the~lists as
ar-ly as possible.' .
, . W. & W. S. JONES;
Angusta, Ga. Nov. 1845 tf 44
- L Prsos otice- -
A LLProsindebted to the Estate ofJohin
...D. Raiford, hate of- this District, are re
:uested te make immediate paynetit,and all
aving any demands againsf-.then-aid Estate
will hand them in, ae'cording t,6 lagby.the25thi
of December next, at which .time the sulecri
er desires t6 close up the Estate.- -
ELLJAH WATSON, dn'r.
April 9m -
State of Southi Carolina.
J OHN B. -HARVY. iiing near th~e
Old Wells. in Edgeflei Disirict..'.
Tolled before mnea Ba' aorse.,.nine
years old, a small styr in th fehead -a
sinp in the. nose5 thle . rig t- hiid - foot
white, about flrtied~ hands liigi; - Ysway
backed. appraised at thirt-y five dllars.
C. WV. PRESLEY, .-E..D.
AW. Coursey, deceased, are raquested to
make inmmediate -paymeht, an~those iiving
demnands to present- them dialy atibited on or
before the first day of:.Januairy teit, as I am
desir-ousto cloise thie business of theEstate.
- JOHN HILL, 0.-.D
Nov 19 - 7t -43
lU T ecid25 -as1 Aesi 1aaOTH
ERN FLGUR, aifd fa e -,
- T IBLEY &PR~ON
Hambnrg~ July 3i4~ t 6. -
~The frIends or5pL Q~ TT,
liifoupe~him as a adaLo
.; o-v6 car ag 41
To Physiians. Planters, Mer
CHANTS, AND THE PUl1C . GClNERAL!
HE Subscriber -has received, and is re
-U ceiving large supplies:,of
-Drugs, -Med icines, Paints,
.&C., &C. -
roin ona'nf the lnrgest Importing -Housesin
the city of Augusta, and selling them
at the Augusta retail or wholesale
prices fu/Cash, or ona
Towhich lie would most respectfilly call the
attention of the Physicians, Planters, Fami.
Slies, and all telicre who wishl to purchase
any article in this branch of business.
Persons feon a distance. ordering Goods. may
rely upon receiving them of the best guality,
and at the lowest market prices.
A full supply of- FAMILY MEDICINES
will be kept on retail, and the most faithful at
tention given to Physician and Family pre
Among the many articles of which his stock
is composed. are. the folloting:
1. II D 11 C 1 il E S.
Calomel, and Pillilae Hydrarg.of the brand
of Mander, Weaver, and Alander, Sulphate,
AcetAte, atud Hydrochlorate of Alorphine,
Piperine, Srychnine, and Iodine Optimus. Sul
pliate de Quiia, Hydiiodnie of PotiassaKre
osot. lpicac,Jalap. Super. Carbonate of' So
da. Cr eai of Tartar. Emetic Tartar, &c.
D ItU G S.
Gum GalbanizediCamphor, Aloes. Myrrh.
Opium,"Denarcotum, do., Balsam Copavia,
Cinebs, Sarsaparilla extract, and root, Spits.
Nitre, &c. &c.
Lampoil, Linseed. Train, Sweet, and cold
xpressed Castor Oil,
PAINTS, VARNI SHS&c
. While Lead, of difi-rent brand.., aid qtali.
ties,* ground in nil, and in kegs. Dry White
Lecfd..Cronc- Greena. Crome Yellow-, Yellow
Iircre, Stone Orcre, Red Lead, Litharge,
Lamp Black, Verdigris, Slits. Turpentine.
Copal Varmish. Japan, and. Black or Leather
DY E STUFFS.
Among which are Pussiate of Iron or
Spnitish Float Indigo, Carolina Indigo, Alad
der, Copperas, Anatto. Brazil Wood. Log
Wood. Cain Wood, and Nic Wood.
BR USH1 E S.
Paint Brushes of all sizes. Cloth do., Tooth,
Furnnture, Fresh, Nail, White Wash. Black
ing, Iflotse.,Tanners, Dusting. Broot, IIearth,
Shaving, Comb. Sweeping. Scrubbing. and
Painters' Dusting Brushes, together with a
variety of other Unshes, used by Painters, and
others, nt herein mentioned.
Among the nnny of which are, the fodlnw.
ing. viz: Swan's Pandacea, Fahnastock's Ver
tmifuge, Thompson's Eye Water, lenry's
Calcined M ignetsia. Jayunea' Expectorant. ie
ters' Pills. Rlowaci' Tonic.M ixture, Hair Ton.
ic, Moffle's Pills, Tonic Bittets Pnd Compo.
sition. &c., together with a general assort
Inent of the most popular nostrums of the day.
A GOOD ASORTMNVXT OF PERFUMERY AND
SOAPS OF THE FINEST QUALITIES
Window, Glass of various sizes from 6-8,
to 20-30. -
' The abov' establishment will be condcied
'by Dr. Claybrook. who has hind- considera'ble
experience in the apothecary business, adt for
the last two Vearm I piactlioner of medicine.
. JOSIAH D. TIBBETTS.
Edg"fiel d C. 11. Oct 25th 1845 . if 40
A L nsindelned to the Estate of Win.
Cook, decessed, arc requested to miake
inmediate pnyteist,'and those having demannds
will.preset them duly nttested on or. before
the first 3otndaj-in January next, as I ama de
sirous to clo.<c up the Estate.
JOH N HILL., o. R. o.
Nov10) 7t 43
A LL Persns indebted to the Estate of Sa
rah Gjrire. dleceased;~ are regjnested to
make immediate pa'ment, anrd those hav.ini
demanids to presenut thenm dtuly attbsted on o~r
before the first daty of January tnext, as I dle.
sire to close utp.the businesi ini my ht.ands.
JOHN Ii ILL,.o. . o.
A LL Perons indebted to the Estate ol
L I.. hamt Carpenter, deceased, are reqgnes.
ted to mjake iammediate p'aymem t. and those
having demands to peresenit them duily attested,
on or befoare the 1st dlay of' Juanary' next, as I
n isha to close tip the Estate.
J01hN llILL. oi. a. u.
Nov130 7t 43
H E Co-Partnership or ..Idinson se Lewis,
* Dr. J. E. Lewis
Will conttne dhe Pracc qf Mcdheme, at
.Liberty .Hill, stud will respond promptly to
the apphlcanons of those who mlay desire him.
h.iherty Hill, Nov.5 .3t! 41
A LL Persons indlelted to John Jones. ire
In regnaestedl to come forward and make
somne arrangement by the 1st of Jannary-if
not their Notes will be give: to a lawvyer for
collection: J. JONES.
Nov. 5 If 41
ALL Persona indebied to tho Estate of~
The mua W. Mortota. Esq . late of A bbe
ille District, deceased, are regneste-d to nake
payment and those haviang elaims against the
said Estate are reqgnested to present thtem.
A. H-. MORTON, Executor.
Nov, 5 - 3t 41
State of South Carolina.
Stanford F. Maya and Wife, )Summons
Applicants s. Pataey Spikes> in
and others. Defendants. Partition.
IT appearing to my satisfactiotn that Patsey
ISpikes, Widow, Anna Spikes. wvife of
William Spikes, anti Susan Skelloti. Defend.
ants in-thue above stated case resideu without
the liits of this State. it is therefore ordered,
that they do appear and object to the division
or sale of the real estate of John Gitty, de
cedsed, on or before the first Monday in Feb.
ruary next, or their consent to the same will be
entered of record. -
JOHN HILLo. a. D,
Nov.8 12t 42
To tie Independent.Voters of
Edgefield District !-!
Wellte Ctix0 -Cotrary -t o the ad
vice and wishes or my, friends. I offer my
self eaiCaididaite. forithei office of Tax~
CJollector, anel solicit your suff'rd'ges .If
elecbtebh do oesp'Iect-qjtd jT.i
JOHiN J. J&IcCOL~ddGH.'
Se-tefmbai. 1f7 - tes 33
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMON PLEAS.
Archibald Boggs % - -
-vs. ~ Dee', in Attackment
Harmon Hust -
vs. Declaration in
Enoch Byne Attachment.
and Harman Hust.
vs. Declaration in,.AttahnLt.
vs. Deda'n. in Attarhment.
Vs. Dec'n. in-Attachment.
vs. Dec'tion in Attuchmont.
Benjamin E. Gillstrap, '
vs. ' Declaration It
Enoch Dyne and Attachment.
Elijah Dyne, J
Andrew Kerr and D
John Kerr, Declaraion
Survivors. ) in
vs. J Attachment.
James S. Brown, 1 Declaration
Enoch Dyne and ( Attachtrnt.
Harmon Ilust. J
B. B. Miller,
vs. Dec.in Atciment.
Keers & Hope,
vs. Dec. in Attachment.
'vs. 5 Declaration ta
inouch Dyne and Attachment.
Llijab Byne. J
vs. Decla'tion in Attach'mt.
Jaohan V. itheney;
vq Declaratioh ia
Enoch Dyne and Attachment.
Harmon Host. J
Thomns G. Jordan,
vs. Declaration in
Enoch Byne and Attachment.
vs. Declaration in
Enoch Byne and Attachment
Harmon Hust. I
Ileiry S. Iloadley, Declaration
Enoch Byne. Attachment.
I 1 HE Flaintiffs ine the above cases, having
this da-ffiled their Declarations in my
otiice,and the Defendants having neither Wives
nor Attorney's kn'ivih to reside within the
limits of the State on whom a copy of said
Declarations with a rule to plead can be ser
ved: It is therefore ordered, tiat'the said De
fendantsdo appeat and plead to the said dec
larations within i year and a day from the date
hereof, or final and absolute judgment will be
awarded against them by default.
TH OS. G. -HAON, c. c. r.
lerk's-Office, May 6th, 1845. 16
May 14 ly
State of south Carolina,
Andrew Carson, y
Guardian of Declartfon in
Francis W.-Ferth, vs; Foreign
Enoch Byne, Elijah Attachient.
AndreW Carsn, es. Declaratois 'in For
the Iamoe.. eign Attachment.
HE Plaintiffs in the above.stated cases,
T ha'ving this'diy filed their Dlarations in
mly officeand the Defendants having neither
nowife or Attorneys knownto reside within the
limits df the Siets on whom a copy of thesame
with .a rutle to plead can be served, "It is
therefore. Ordered" that the Defendant appear
and plead to the same within a yearpnd- a day
fron theday hereof,or final and absolute judg
ment willbe awarded against them.
THOMAS U. BACON, c. c. c.
Clerk's Office, March 17th, 1845 ly 8
State of South Carolina,
IN T H E COMMON PLE AS.
herry Rodgers, vs Enochi Byne Dec n in
&iad For. At
Elijah Byne. tachment
Cross &rTurpin, Dectaraition in
vs. Foreign At.
the samer. tachmnent.
111hE Plaintiffs having this day filed
tieir declarations in the above stated
caseCs in mty ofice,-'and the defendants
having neitaer wvives or tonys known
to be wvithina the limius of this State, on
whom a copay of said declarations with a
rule tn plead Catn be served: it is ordered,
that the said defendants do plead to the
said declarations, within a yearand a day
Sromn the publication of this order, or final
and abtsolu:e jutdgment will be awarded
TIIOS. G BA CON, c. c. P
Clerk's uhic. 17th March. 1845 5 ly
State of South Carolina,
EDGE FI ELDDlST R IT.
IN COMMON PLE'AS.
John B. Gordoni, Declaration in
Jos. N. jPerrin. Auarkment..
tI 'I1: Plaintifftin the above case. having thais
Lday tiled his declarationi in my office, and
the Delenidantlhaving nieither Wife or Attor
iiey known to reside within thin limits of th~e
eState, oii whom a copy of the same with a rule
ito plead can lie served, "n motion ot Bausket,
P'laimitii Attorney, it is o'rdered, that the said
Diefendanit do appear and plead to said dec
laration within a year and a day from the date
hereof, or judgment will be awarded agains
Ihim by delault.
'kHlOS. G. BA CON, c. C E. D.
Clerk's Office, Oct 17th 1845 ly 39
State of South Carolina.
iN THlE COMMON PLE AS.
John B. Gorden
Joseph M't. Perry.
Alex. J. Law ton)
vs. ,A ttachment.
Joseph M1. Perry.
FHIE Plaintiff' having this day filed
..their Declarations in 'the above statec
cases in my office. It is therefore, Ordered,
that the Defendant do. appear and plead tc
the said'Declarations within a sear and a
day from the date heredf orgin -defaul
thereof final and absofuie jud~meniwil
be 'given and awarded agginst the said
Defendant in botit the ebove. sted.cases
-THOSO.. BACO1I c. c.~
Clerk's Office, 28th Ayn -4~
- pril-3 .0 ' -14.~.'
eaWE~~ardii to unnoune.
LaL~v:...Wr206o*a a didier~ila
Oilie~ of Tax Collector at dktlefi'tion.
' this day ledJi -
gce, and e Deiida lf
ney known to rede -Itliti
State, on whqutn"Mo
witira rle to I. -. 7
fore ordered, that te.
appear aid- ileadtot
venr and -a-dayfrin
and absolute .jadgm
Seaborn A. Jotes
elaration, fi ni
having no w i'f0
the State, on whowr Wed
rule to pleadcan.abe serveii
the defendant pleiaT to
within a year ahd a ay, r
udgensent willf'e iven agaihi
THOS:. GBA - -
Clerk's Office..17th March- -
State of Sot
Davis B. Aod e
Joseph 31. Perr y '
Joseph M.- Perry.
T HE PlaiMii alie e
this day-filed thivrde 'W='
fice, and the Defendants havi net ie ,
or Attorneys kno.w'n)td iideWi
of the State, oi whom- a -c
tions, with a rule tofind-ar,
therefore ordered-thatw tI!iid
appear and plead to.theskid d..'
a year and a day; firon-hea 1
default thereof final aid absuhtei4
be awarded against thietn: '
Clerk's Office, May 12.845P 1>_ 4;
-:May 14 .y
IN THE C0AMOWI AS
Nancy 'M. Dillard, ecdti. vs.,5 Dec'a ia
Enoch Byie fH a rao Kfust
FIVIE Plaintiff ip Wite a so i c
.E.ug -this day.fired her decfaiiii'm r
office, and he dfedintshavin th
or httorneys knowntojeithih %
State, on whomA cOpy of s.-uu delarati-n
with afrule to p if0aea
fore ordered, thiithh'saadd
to the said el'radioli,
day from.the pulIe tlfis
and i~olatejidgentEil'alsa r
-he T-O D --
IN COMMOR v~8~h
Thomai.Davis, .A oJC
vs. tacA e~ i
Enoch Bvne' -V 4
sVe, Harmon Htst
and Enoch BYneV A /4
Mloore & Davis, ---
Vs. . Afachmkentvi;
En~och Byne. ~ 7
Emily H. Tubinian,)
v.. Attachment " -
T 1 H Plaiitiff in the ahotie ca~s.bMng
ftthis dlay filed their. declaratio:s ir thy
office; and the diefenduts having ne:te~ze
or Attorneys known to. reside within theism~
of the State, on whomi acopy of~ltdli~
lions with a rule to plead can-beerve fj
thecrefoare ordered, that- they 'do
plead to said declarations within ajys a9& 4.
daiy fromthe date hereof;.or inl
final and absolute judlgments willh m~
against them. T HOS. G. BAGN
May 12. 1845 .ly '
IjFOREWAR~N nll pere a
ditefo anoeof handl~ive~ii
subhscriber to Williain .Scurry, one-0R '
hiundlred an:J four dollars.. ($1S %dW
Decemhei 1844, and due Deceash d~
-as the property for whtieh s
given hiaving prvdu~u
mined not to -payte ae
pelled by law'.
Nov. 19 2t .. 1
A office are requested t ten *
days than onSardy,-Fk
amyr in attenduinenall eth& ~f~
week, eacept wvhenoica
due notice being given.
are requested to make, paiteq$~.
first of January.; -ana al bavig
miand against The mestate*ilfhI
in according to'Iaw htighai
which time the subscdbe, i
abe fficee of' tax tb~cor at