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Iuvirtue of sundry writs oi Fieri Fat
tias to me directed. I will proceed
liat Edgefield Court House, on tne
fitrst' Monday and Tuesday in Feuruary
net, the following property in the Iolltan'
n named cases.
he Bank of Hamburg, S. C., vs. 01
iir Simpson; George Parrot and other
Plaintiffs, severally, vs. the same, u lot of
land in the town of Hamburg, and known
as the. Presbyterian Church lot, situate
lying on Cook street, 150 feet on said
Cook street, and running back 150 leet,
making a square of 15U feet, bounded by
said Oook street in front, lot No 153 in
the rear, and by lots No. 152 and J54.
John Hilli Ordinary. (16r the use of Pe
-ter~Si ith) and others, vs. Milledge Ual
phin, Mlaihias Ardis and Dawson Atkin
son, a tract of land cot initing one thou,
sand acres more or less, adjoining lands
of.Samuel Clarke, Richard Hankinson
and others, in Beach Island, levied ut.ou
as the *property of the Defendant, M il
David Richardson, and oibers, vs. Da
vid Little, the tract of land where the De
fendaut lives, containing Three Hundred
and Twenty-nine acres, more or less, ad
joining laNuds .I John Mobley, Allen Lit
tie anti others. Also four regro slaves,
to wit. Nancy, Dublin, Andrew att. Fran
Thos. Niebolls, Adm'r. vs. Albert Cor
net, the tract of land n here the Delendant
lives, lying otn Stevens' creek, near the
Rouge Shuals, containing Twu Hundred
acres, mere or less, adjoiniag lands of
Wri. Robertson and others,
Wil!iai Wloodbery, Endorsee, and
others, vs. Rudolph Carter and Elizabeth
Carter, the tract of land wnere the De
fendant, Elizabeib Carter, lives, adjoining
latids of John Wise and otlers.
Allen & Smnyley, v, Bryan Dean;
John S. Swt1yley. Ex'or;. vs. the same; J.
S., & Wim. S. Stmyley, Bearers, vs. the
samine and John Aslams, p tract of land
where the Defendant 'rs, ontlaininig
Nine Hundred and Seventy-five acres.
more or less, adjoinitn; lands of Benjamin
Stevens, Robetr~danud others.
John .Amat66d . Gearty and
C..J. Ga r,9ttAd tJland whereon
the Defendant, Geart .i'es, ott' which
there is afanyard,' aining T enty
two and a half acre -njoinmig lands of
F. O'Coln. vad oi1 eis.
Jonathan Courtney, vs.4latniel Cook
and John P. -Blewer, the interest of the
Defendant Blewer, in the tract of land
whereon hirs. Lucy Jones uow lives, c-on
taining One Hundred and Fifty ares,
more-or less, adjoinirig lands of Eldred
- Sobley, Benjamin Cog'nurn acd others.
Perry & Dozier, vs. Sampson Duffey,
a tract of - land contiining Three acres
-more or less, on which is a Grist :,nd Saw
Mill and,.Davelling House, adjoining lands
of-Nth' an Riley. Terms of sale cash.
H BOULWARE, S. E. D
Jiu. 91846 4te 51
Y vittieof sundry writs of Fieri-Fa
cias orue direct ed I will proceed to
siltfE~agefield C(ourt/ou'se,an-.thef first'
bionaayandile1nfiiq February t-xt.
Sfolidwi ;propieny. in the following
--John HilJ Ordinary., for. the use of
Benj. J. Ryan. vs- Martha Dotby. Lewi
Curry and Simeon Dinkins a tract of
land.. containing One Hundred and Ten
acres,-. more or less, adjoining .lands of
John Poby. Joel Roper and E. Dolhy,
levied- upon as the property of the D.
fendant, alartha Doby.
J. S.'& ID. C. Smyley, vs. William
Allen, the tract of land where the defen
dant lives, containing Forty acres. more
or less, adjoining of lan~d of~ John Tlomnp
kins, Conrod Lowrey and others.
D. D. 51arvin, for James Sheppard and
others, vs Andrew Ranmsay. the Iot of
land in the villaige of Pottersville, n here
the defendant lives, containting One aere.
more -or less, adjoining. lands oh Rotter
Loton and others,
Penn, Rodgers & Co., for Penn & Bran
non, vs.- Wiliam A. Adams, and Mary
G. Adams ; William B.-Dorn atnd others.
severally. vs. the same; ;five niegro slaves.
viz: Amuos, Aleck, George, John and Sam,.
levied on as the property of the Defen
Ohadiah Boaz for anotiff. v-s. George
W. Jones. one Buggy.
Brand & Butler, Bearers. vs. H1osh A.
Nixton, Benjamin WV. Bettis. Endori-eo,
and others, vs. the same, the hilowing
negro slavos. viz: Tom. Amos. Little
Molsey, Little Tom, Amielia anid Fortiter.
Terms of sale cash.
H. BOUL WA RE, S. E. D.
Jan. 12 1846 4te 51
.SH FRIFF NA LES.
B Y virtue of sundry writs .uf Fie-i Fa.
cias to me directed. I ni ill proceed to
sell at Edgefield Court House tin the first
Mondaty and Tuiesdlay in Febtruatry next,
the following property, in the follonmg
Hiram Roberts, Trustee or Mary Roh
erts, vs. Robert McCollough ; Jamtes Rot)
ertson & Douglas Robertson, vs. the same;
Jlohnt Amaker, vs. the same, Jenn~ett
Wallace & Robert 'Aallace, Ex'nrs, anrd
others, vrs. the samte. Thie tract or land
where the .defentdant- lives. contaiuing
acres,. mnore or less. adjoining laud; of
Washington Wise, Moses- Swearetngin,
Joel Roper, and othet-s. Als.o the~ follow
-tog negro slaves. tt nii: .Malinda and her
child .Robert, Viney, Ritter, Ferreby,
Judge. Clarisa andi her chtild Cat-oline.
Jane. Leah,. Miilley, Douglas, Elisha,. Fil
hs;, Nancy anrd her child Charles, Rachel,
M~artlha. EphiraimTrom. Joe arid Andlerson.
Also ten head of horses and mules. The
above properly will he sold (In a credit bty
consent of the parties interestedl. Termts
mnaile kmownt on the day of sale.
- Hl. BIOUL WA RE, S..E. D.
Jan.9 846: - 4te 5i
07Thefrisnids of SAMIPSON B. MATs'
mnnounnehiin as acandidate for she Office
of TaifCollector at th. nentLeecion.
Oct.-30 ti.. 40
Esq ,9rmnounee brm as-a candidtate her -ae
toflice of tax.Co et r at he next elentipe.
?-tate 01. sOutah roli
EDGEF116 LD D1W-RIC' 9
Elizabeth R n ha51y. a Ballf
otbers. vs. Edvward L. -'mkit w,
Whatev ad others. - A,*
ONTiC fE isbeb i tb*r
tue o~f anD -orde-r friom thle Uoisrt oil
Equity in thlsicase, I bteall fleor s.le at
Edget-eld Cour' liou- on the fir't Mom
any in Febrairy next. a part sof the real
esiate of Col. Abner Wiailey deceased,
The Swarm tract of land, containing
Ninety three and lihree fourths acres, more
or less, adjoinitg lands ow Dr. Milledge
Gailhin. Samtt. Clark and o' hers.
Also, town lots it, tie Tow'n or
H amhurg. and known in the' plan of said
Town as lots ifnmber _ on
Said land iill be sold an a tredil of
One Year, with interest from :he day of
sale. except for so much ns nil[ pay the
cost of' this suit.
S. s. TOMPKINS. c. E. -
Jan. 10 l846 83 75 4:e * 51
Sta te of .'5otiti al'Ohiia.
DGEEFIE LD DISTRICT.
BY JOHN HILL Esquire O..rdioany
Whereas Greeu Harris 1:ath applied ib
me for Leiters of Administratio, oil .t
andi singubiatritgoods anld chat, r 1 ighi,
and credits prui lHarris, late of the
District af, l deceasert.
'Theee are, therefore, to cite aind ad
monish all and singular. the kindled and
creditors of the said deceased. to he and
appear before me, at our -text Ordnary's
Court for the Raid Distritt, to be holden
la Edgefield Coiirt House onk'the 26th
da tofJanuary instant, to sh6wa use, if
any. hv the said administration ahould
not he granted.
Given under my hand and seal. this12th
day sLfJanaary, in the year of our Lord
0one thousand eight hundred and forty -ix.
and in the Seventierdyear of American
JOHN HILL o. z. D
Jan. 12 2t 51
List of Letirs
Ressaining in tose Pusi Oltice on the
A 8 C & D)
Abney John Askanson Ahener
Adams D. E4sq. 2 Abnvy Rev 1M. M.
Aditas Hiram Bonham Gen. M. L.8
Brunson % illiami Broadwater James
Bell D. A. J Boyce S. ,.
Bailey Mrs' J. M. A. Branie io & Anderson
Bridwell WNarren 2 Bird E. .
Bruiosorn Rev D. D.ElaniJ Sampao
Cartis Miss A. W Cook Joan
Cogehoern John 2 Cal.:reatt Mr.
orley Bailey Devore Dr. Jam.-s A.
Dickson M. A. Delnach Jola
Elder H. B. Faulkner John Eq.
Gritre's John Glover Datvid .Esq.
Holliday Eli Howard
Harrison Wiloy Harris.M-rs. F. A
Hobbs Miss M onard T. C. 4
Joor Art. S. C. 2 Jones Dabuey
Je.hnson John King Mr...Mary
Kenny . . 3 Ke ~,p A.
Lipscomb John Lipscomt. J. U. 2
Lipscomb W. Lone Bazil 2
Laiere A. Lt.veless W. B.
M N O.& P
Moragne W. C. 2- McKny N.
Mays Dr. R. G. Miller iss E.
Morse John Matthis W. H.
Mitchel Jo.,eph - Nuble %% diiam
Nohsi Zillaha Owens Mrs. S.
O'Nsal Hon. J B.2 Presley Enoch
Presley Edware foie H1. P.
Permenae-r Miss M. Purefoy Mr
Permzener Mrs. A. Permezanter Edward
Qaelebum Co.l. J.Ram-,ey A. 8
Itemsey A G. Ramwvy Ranidal
Rocaehe Morris Riiforri w illiam
Ratelif'Vance,:r Re-ase Wi~lkinson
Robinison Jame-s Rune~ell W
Rariden Joseph Ranadolphs B.
Simikins Cosl. A- Sraphenas B.
Simkins A.L.Esq Samuel Walker
Sciat B. Rt. TIennent G. Dr
Tillman B G. Tralbert M's. Mary
Ulasen Md Wardlaw F. H.
Withrman W. J. Wardlaw & Mocragne.
Woolsey N. F. Vtalker Re-v R
Whit' ick Miss E. \u ilson James
Woouin J. B.
M. FRAZI ER. P. M.
ROWA RD & GARRAML.Y
r iliE Cntcomaers of thefirm oaf Hoo-i
ara 8; Garmarny. will please come
bin w~ ard anid settle at the earliest possiblea
Thb frmu will heave been dissolved one
year. ina January tnexi, by which time I
earessly desire to have the business
I amn at all times to tbe fouind at the Old
Stand, a' ith all the Notes anti Accounts of
0 W GA R A NY.
H amburg. Nov'. 25th, 1845. 7' 47
'T he re"umned the first MIondaty mn Jati
niary,. 1846. ['Tes its hereaofore-naiely,
rates eaf tuition frtatn TWELVE tea vtGHtTEEN
DOLLARS- pe'r session, accordireg toa the
branc'hes ofb siudy taught; Pnud as hereto-.
feare. mne tmiited forg less ilme than a
se. sican, exept lay a special tipaulation he
ihrehand,thie charge bseinig made foar ad
mission, and: tot for teaching.
Good board may be had in the vicinity.
ad one or iwo more pup~ils may be ae~
comnmodated in the family of the Treacher.
H. K. MvcCLINTOCK.
Nov 26' tt 44
B ULL'S CO-MPOUND OF SARSA
PARLILLA. Tis preparation of Saer
sapiarilia possess aji the active properties of
the RooL t, ii hIgh tconcent rated state.
Just received, and for sale by
J. D. TIBETT S
D c .10 t f . 46 -
neoa are autharized to announce
La a R. Wnshsaa. :1s a cciudidst'e for the.3
Olc, sf Taux Collector at 4X ec tio n
Feb.M - -.
- ti n
W tiroof Wal lbAC
hVlere we 4icOit,"e t1li er a
SeU COTTON adtii otier PiolcZ eL
. ad Iorgii -
AT' aiMoVti.aTk HAGi .
We will give nudvided 'attention. toany,bu
iiness in our ie..entrusted to- our are. ex
:ept the buying *of-oUon. Whii.h we retyse. to
wo on either our own accoiui or s14.f others.
selieviing it difficult to piese in the united 'a
padnly of both buyei-rad seller. senior
Fro.n the louE esp rience -of our. senior
partner, ind by' prompt and devoiedattention
to all matters at business, confidedlto 0, we
ope to merit a share of' public' patronage.d
WAI KER &,, PEARSON.
Hamburg, S. C.. Sept 17 6m 35
The Edgelield Advertiser, Abb. Banner, An
iersou Gazette, Pei.dleton Messenger. and
Greenville Mounttainner, eachf, viil copy. the
above ficr six nontls.-Joirtral.
Dry Goods, Dry Goods.
1ew Fall and Winter Gooads!
IFHOLESALL AiND RE'TAIL.
SiitiTINGS and Sheetings, brown and
iucuied froun 3.4 t1 3 yards, all kinds,
LALILt j LS. French. Lnglish, and American,
3 4 tie 4-4 wide lrom.6 to 34 cents.
M ER1:suES. Moust-is Us, LAi1Es, ALPAcCAS,
GASHMERAS dto aiosDAZtN Es, d large asse'ir
. entanti cheaper thian ever, (all new styles.)
SILKS. wide blach high lustre for Mtuntillas,
blins hiack dud colored, all kMds, Cheup.
1200 S - W LS, ah kinds. fronm P cents to
$13; ulack and secund mourning Shawls all
FLAWD*LS. ted, white. green. yellbit, stri
ped, and twilled, Welch and Ganzewarran
ted not-to shrink.
LIM.N8, Irish linens. undressed, f'or Shirtig;
Litn-ta aneetinig; brown and bleached D
unsk Table Linen ; Russia, and Stotth ])it
pert.; Towelling of all kinds.
HOSIERY & GLUVE-. a ureat variety.
SHUl.S. Ladies aed Uhildree's fine.Shoes.
BuNNETa. Legliorn, Straw, and F'ancy en
CA RPETING.-The largest assortment ever
ffered in dtamburg, at very low prices, frout
25 cents per yard, upward.
A large lot ,I BLANKET:, and KEkSEYb,
that we will maliit the Planter's interest to
look at behire bying.
In short, every article usually asked foy in this
place, IHard ware and Gruceries only ex
Haiburg, Oct 15 6t (Repub.) 39
Wholesale & Retail Giocers
conin CINTRE AND MARKET sTREETv,
IMA M BUR G. C.
I AVE just received, and will- cbfinue to
rec teive fresh supplies of the' following
Artiles. which they offer to their friehds and
the trade, at the lowest tiaiket prices
30 bhds. consisting of S:. Cixi, lairfield
Porto Riciand Mtscovad
Double Refined Loaf Crushed and dred
50 bags Old:Govcrnwent Ja - o ec,-e
10 do. Aniustura do.
125 choie Rio do.
I Bale Macho do
15 bags Cuba.
100 piece4 H-ieavy Dundee. 44 to 45 itich.
250 do. Kentucky,(heavy) 44 too 45 in.
50 do. Tow. 45 inch
125 do. Ginnti. 21 per vaid, 45 to 47 in
100 do Georgi- & C,,ioliona,44 to 45 in.
300 coils Keniiucky Ropi'
50 do Manilla, do
50 do. Juate - do.
20 behea. Trinidad MolatsseA
25 bbls. New Orletins. do
50,000 poundos Irou. of all sizes. Also..
a good assortment of Hdaop and Band
Iron, . erman an Caster & Cast Steel.
B ACON & . ALsT.
30.000 Primo Country'Sides.
2,000 Sacks Salt,
.5 do Table Salt
Boxes Table Salt.
10d.e CH AIRS.
10dznIMaple Chairs -
25 do Wiadsor dco
10 do Cane Seat,
2 do Childrcns, da
2 do Boys, doy
2 do Offices, do
2 do Rocking. do
I do Nurse. do
1LLA NKE T'S.
2 bale 9.4 Blankets,
3 do 10-4 do (n eighiing 7 li. ro rhe
A tgood asnornnet of lUnd Blankets fromn
10-4 to. 12 4.
. N EtGhW L'LOTIHIS.
1000i y ds aesahmtoni leans (heav:,.)
1000 do. Govenutry Plhins.
100 Kegs, (assorltd Sizes)
150 Bags. assorted sizes
POW D ,R.
30o Ke't. 1F ,0nyunt's Powder
10 do last~ta - do
20 do Earle Sponrting, do
W HI TE LsEAD
5000 lbs pure No. I, N Y 'Umeon lis'
W hite Lead
.50 Boxes Teas. Consisun of gun po0w
der, Hlysont and Imperial
6 ases aie-es "
I hest Black Tea"
200 Bhds. fresh Rock Lime.
Ginger, Pepper. Spice, Cinnamori, Niftmegs,
Indigo, Salipetre, Blue Stone. Copperas,
SoeThread. Sacut, (:,rnon & Wodl Cards,
Brass Bound Buckets 'Painted Bucket's,
Tubs. Churns, Keelers. Willow. ,Wagons
and Cradles Wash~bokadKCocon Dippers.
Clothes Pimi, Broomis. :W6oden Bo~wls,
Wash Stands,.. Bello~ws,. Rake., Scythe
Sneeds, Coffee Miflisoap.Tall~ & Sperm
Candles. WagonBoe&Meas 8, Sddle
lons, Wind-orr Glus, 8tiwdh,'ois-,l To..
bacco. Grinadstones, Osnaburn 'Tvine, Casi
ings, Boots; Shoes, Wol H ;IielClothds
Bakets;- Almonds- Bearakia' Mackerel;
Mustard,-Fifth Chain, liaii Ja efibice
article of-Che''h Tobacco,;~~~r Bexes,
C Cide, Barre Covers, Cod Fs Plough
Moulds 86re Leather, Natika ,Choco
W ANTED-10.000lbs. -A or
wich cash it be.pat ,
fbnrsg 7,3n, or ,
Cd si45.AIDTHE USLIC IN GkcqRAL :t
6 ' iLH ubscciber has reevved,.abid is re
- ~cervig cageceutlefies of
iatug~e Sed.&ines, Paints,
froit one ei mleisMei imcpurtig Houses in
tien'c) 411 Augusta, acid sellijg them
At tie Agusturetail Yar wholesale
pi ices for Cash. or on a
To which lie would nort respectiilly call the
attention of the Physicians, Planters. i'ami
lies, and all other- who wish to purchiase
iany article in this branch of business.
Persons tiom at distance ordei ing Goods. may
rely uponreieing them (il ine bcst quality,
and ait the lowest market piir ies.
Afullasnpply el FAMILY MEDICINES
will be kept con retaci. ucd the 1cost itiitIfidi at
tention given to Physician aind Family pre
Among the many articles of which his stock
is composed. are the follottingz
CAlomel, and Pilliulte Hydrarg. ofi the brand
of blander, Weaver, and -klander, Sulphate.
Acet-te, and Hydrochlorate of Alorphicne,
Piperine, drychine, and lodine Optimus.4Sul
phate de Quinia, Hydiodate ol Pottassa, Kre
osot, ipicac;Jalap. Super. Carboncate of So
da. Creain of Tartar. Emetic Tartar, &c.
D R U G Ml.
Gum Galbanized Catuploer, Aloes. Myrrh,
Opium, Denarcotum. do., Balsam Copavia,
Cubebs, Sarsaparilla extract, and roet, Spta.
Nitre, &c. &c.
Lampod, Linseed, Trai, , % e1. a a cold
x ressed Castor Oil,
VA &ACISH a*S&c
While Lead, ol ditte-rent bramn. uid qucai
ties, ground in oil, ancd in kegs. Dfry White
Lead. Crome- Greee. Crome Yellow, Yellow
?rcre, Stone Orcre, ted Lead. Litharge,
Lamp Black, Verdigris, lits. rurleictine,
Copal Vartish, Japan, and Black or Leather
DW E T IUFFs.
Among which are Pussiate -,I lin.or
Sym'eeish Float I ndigo, ciroleca Indigd, lad
der, Copperas, Anatto. Brazil Wood. Log
Wood, Cacn *Vood. aid Nic W'id.
B il U S .1 624
Vidljmt Brurihes tt ali siz i-. Cid ctc.., Tooih
Furnature, Fcesh, Nail, W hite n asic, Black
ing, HlIeee. 'Tatners, Dusting. l3room, Hearth,
Shaving, :omb, Sweepng, Scrubbing, aind
Painters' Dusting Brushes. togethet with am
variety o1 other Bushes. fi.ed by Pimters, and
others, not herein nentioned.
Among the :nany oi w hich are, t .e Iollojw
ing, viz: Swan's Pcni-ea. Fahnas ek's Vea
mmifuge, Thomipson's Eje Water ienry's
Calcined Magnesia, Jaynes' ..xpectorant. Pr
ters' Pills. Rowitcc' Tonic Mixture, liair Ton
ic, .Moff't - ;Pills, T-.nib Bittersi..d Ceompo
sition. &c.. together with i general atsort
ient of the cmiost popular nostrums of the day
A GlcisD ASsltT5N& %T -F PERFUMERY ANd
ScAS oF Tl. FtNL.%T qUALtTILs,
Window Glass of various sizes frcm 6-8,
The abov,- establishnent will be conducted
by Dr. talaybrook. who ias had coisilerable
experience in the acpotherary business. acd fur
the last two years a practitioner of medicine.
JOsA H j). TI BBETTS.
Edgefleld C. H. Oct 25th 1845 if 40
H. 1.0 JEFFERS.
"neral Agent and Commission
, Merchant. Hamburg. 9. C
S TILL o'ersh ervices to Iis ftieins aid
-the publie. l lie will devote his undivi
ded-attention to e
SELLING.OF COTrON AND FLOUR.
REcKIVING Aai FoRWARDIsr. GOoDs.
Buying Goods for Planters or Mlerchadtrs, or
attend to any busiiess thgt may be
committed to his care.
He embraces this oppertunity of teodering
his thaniks to his friends for theirliberal patroi
coge. heretofome bestowed, aid by industry aid
close nttenttion to business. he hopes ite ncrit.
and to contie toreceive the s-ime. It shall be
his aim to cmke all hcis carges as light ais pos
sible. knowing that it will lee to his inctere'st to
closely observe clie icnterest cef his friends.
Liberal aedvances will lie made if required men
produice secct to him for sale or store Cottotn
senit to him by Boats,. wIll be receiveed free of
wcharfage. All producce sent to hcim hir sale
twill be pirotmptly sold onc arrival. ifso ordered.
Augtust 6 I f 28 ,
7W 11IE Subscriber will opien cci the Second
1. Mondcty ine Janucary next, a Schocol at
Pottersvi~e.ncefit Edgefield ('eurt Housae,. He
will teach the follocwmcg branches viz: Orctog
raphy. Redig Wrtn, usglish Gramcmasr.
Arithmeoti.-. Geogr-aphy. Ascroniomiy, Natucrael
Philosophy, and other bir che's coennected with
a thorough Encglishc Edncaetit.
A few yocnng cenctlemten cacn receive insruc
ion in the Classics.
Races of tuition will lbe miodetf'.
Good hoard esnn he nbtaeined in very res.
petabile aned peions famrilies onl reasimabccale
8. W. KF.NNERLY
Dec. 10 If d6
EDGEFil-:L ) DISTRfCT,'
F"ALL TlERMI. 184.5.
IT 'in cardered ihnc ucc Excmn Tcrcc, of the
ICcc.' c f Goiii t cn Plcen< nni General
Session Imor t-e trial ocf che Cnse's not dis
pedem oh as this Term. he helId a; Edlcge
iel teurm House cen the Feeurc,. 'emonday
ini Fe .e.-.5 1846. nec c'oentne onewee
J. B. O'N EAL.'
T.(.it.'mic Presiding Judge
Orn. I8S i f 39
Seabeirn A Jones. )Decla ration'
vs. in Foreign
Enoche Dyne. )A ttadhment..
T lEh Plaint'fi havincgthis day filed his de
clarationc in miy mlice, and the defendanit
havicng no wife ormatlorncey. knocwt to lie within
the State. con whon.; a coipy ocl the samie, with a
'rule to p lead, cacn be se-rved: It is erdered, that
the defendant plend to thce saidl declaration,
withic a year and a day. mir fincal and absolute
ddgeccenlt will Ice givenl agmiist hith.
TKOS. G.- BACON, c. c. v.
Cleclk'sOffice. 17th Marcha.1845 ly 8
f'The friecnds cf Coel. Jcian QUA TTE?.
3Von aennounce him a-, n candidate for ehe
ofice of Tax Collector, at the next elec
ion. July 1
Sep 3 to 2
We are authorized to announce GvoccoE
J SHEPPARD as a candidate for the office
of Tax Collector, at the next election.
Dec..25 ~ . t 48
0"The friends of' Lieut. JAME B
HARRS,' announcojhim as a candidate foa
he office of t x'Collectr at
tate of 'outh aroffina
IN THE COMM b.N P AS.
vs. Dec'i, in AttAment
u el. r Declaration in.
Enoch Byne Attachmeit.
tid Harman Hust.J
vs. Declaration in Attachment
vs. Dccla'n. in Attariment.
vs. Dec'n. in Attachment.
Harmon Husi. )
vs. Dec'tion in Atuh4mont.
Benjamin E. Gillstrap,)
vs. Declaration in
Enoch Byne and Attachment.
Elijah Byne, J
John Kerr, Declaration
Vs. . Attachment.
James S. Brown, 3 Declaration
Enoch Byne and ( Attachir-9.
Harmon Hust. )
B. B. Miller,
vs. Dec.in Aiackmen 1.
Keers & Hope,
Ss. Dec. in Atacamet.
vs. Declaration tn
Enoch Byne and Attachment.
Elijah Byne. J
ts. Decla'tion in Attach'mti.
ohn W. theney,)
vq' Declaration is
Enqch Byne and Attachment.
Harthoh Htist. J
Thomas G. Jordan,
vs. Declaration in
'noch Byne and Attachment
Win. D. Stone, )
Vs. t Declaration in
Enoch Byne and ( Attachment
Ilarmon Hust. J
Henry S. Iloadley, Declaration
Enoch Byne. Attachment.
-1 H E Flaintiffs in the above cases, having
this day filed their Declarati~ons in my
oulice.and the Defendants having neither Wites
nor Attorney's known to reside ,within the
limits of the State on whom a copy of said
Declarations with a rule to 0lealiah be ser
ved: It is therefore ordered, that the said De
tendantsdo appent and plead to the said dec
larations within a year ad. 9 day frbin the date
hereof, or final and absolute judgient ivill be
awarded against them hy default.
THOS. G. BAON, c.c.P.
Cltrli'u.ollce; May 6th, 1845. 16
May 14 ly
State of South Carolina.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Thomas Davis, -
Vs. - Attachment.
Verity Farmer, -
vs. H-irmon. Hist AttachAtent.
aLnd Rne-Base. --
Moore & Davis";-.
Emily H. Tubman,
fr ' I; E Plaintitrs in t he aove eases, hiaiting
this day filed their declarations in.my
office, and the defendants having teither Wives
or Attorneys known to reside within the limits
of the State, on whom n copy of said deelara
tions with a rule to plead catn be served: It is
thierefoire ordered, that they doi appear and
plead tos said declarations within a year and a
day from the date hereof, or in defanlt thereof
final anti absolute jtidgments will lbe awarded
against threm. TH1OS. G. BA CON;c. a r
Miny 12. 1845 ly 16i
-tate of South Carolima,
IN COM1MON PLEAS.
vs. > Attachment.
A. W, Wiggins, )
vs. > Attachment.
Elijah Byne. J
ri II E Plaintif's in the above cases having
this day flth-d their declarations in my of
fice, and the~ Defendant having no wife or Attor
tiey knownm to reside within the limits of the
State, on whom a copy of said dealarations
with a ruile to plenad can be served: It is there
fore ordered. that the said lDefendants does
appear and plead to the said declarations.in a
venr anid a day from the date hereof, or final
tind absolute judgment will be' awarded against
htim by default.
lek~THOS. G. BAON, c. c. r:
erOffice, May 14, 1845. ly 16
State of South t arolirfa.
. NTBJE COMMOV PLEAS.
John B. Gorden
Jose ph M. Perry.
Alex. J. Lawton
vs. - Attachment.
3oseph M. Perry.)
Tj H E Plaintiff's having this day filed
5.their Declarations in the above stared
cases in mry office. It is therefore, Orderetd,
that the Defendant do appenr and plead to
the said Declarations within a year and a
dtay fronm the date hereof, or in defauit
thereof final and absolute judgments will
be given and awarded against the said
Detenidant :n both rhe ab~ove stated cases
TH08 G. BACON, c. c. p..
Clerk's Office, 28th April, 1845.
A pril 20 14 . ly
Stalte of South Carolhna,
iN COMMON PLE AS.
Jnhn B. Gordon, )Declaration in
Jos. N. Perrini. Attachment.
r~ 'HE Plaintiff in the aove case. having this
Iday 6iled his declaration ina my office, aad
the Defendant having neither Wife or Attor
ney known to reside within the limits of thre
State, on whom a copy of the same w ith a rule
to plead can he served, on motion of Bauskett,
Plaintiffs Attorney, it is ordered, that the said
Defendantdo appear and plead to said dec
laration within a'year and a day from the date
hereof, or judgment vill be awarded against
him, by defautlt.e
- HOS. G.'BACON, c.;cus.
Clek's office. Oct lufh f J5 39
State of S md I
DaviB - -
Joseph 3. Perry--;eA
Themas -Dav. 4
Joisph'Ie. T4 T
thWdfiday 1r, 0
icei, and 'the Defei a I
Dr Aio-nejs linoqWAuq
tiotis with a rule' 6o ioe
therefore ordered, that, I
appear and plead to th -
a ye ad ad 'da 'ofl oim hd
def-ii'thoreiof .al "n
be d a '
Clerk's Ofe, May 1999 -
IN. THE C
Nancy M. Dillard, E tlen ,
-Enoch Byne, HariMrr4WWJ
and Wm. H. Byne.
TjHEPlaintiff in the above stat
ingthisday filed he;,
office, and the defendants e
or attorneys known to be.withsu tein so -
State, on whom a copy , said
with a rule to plead-qan e" r
fore ordered, that.tbe saiddefe dp
to the said declarations, w j,"ny
day rrom the publication on tsorda r
and absolutejudgment1 be awud
Clerk's Office, 17th MLch
State of South Caro
Francis W. Ferth, vs.
Each Byne, Elijah At
Dyne, Harmon -
Andrew Carson, vs.
the same. e
V HE Plaintiffs in the pahoy
A having this dayfild theii
my :ffice, and the Defeuila i
nowife or Attorneys knowki*ii
iiiti ofthe State on whani co -
with a-rule to plead. can 'be8t I -
therefo're;Ordered" thatbie Deferii
ahdfoeadtn the same within a ea
from the day-hdre/ofr finlalda' bsolue
ment will.be awarded ag'aistaem. ---
THOM AS t.BACON, .
blirk's Offie, Marchr 8%
State of Sout cf it 1
IN THE COMMNli
Berry Rddgeis, ts:Eich e
Elijah t.ne tica
trss&T~urpn< ) tl~~n
HE. Plait b e
T their declarasti ith
cases in* my of eIn
having neitaer wives ot a
oa.fe. Within thelima
enl4 to6 plead * qg
said .ecloraio i
ad absolue jp'd me *
Clei' Ofice 17th4a
M Mbft.Lrge Spanish (W &
11 0 M. Spanish (L do -
10 M, do (R. P. M.-) -
5 M .Imperial Regalins, ('VcnisWl
Just receive~d, and for sale bg.. <e
SIBL EY & SEAfN
Hamburg, July23,.1848t tg
J UST received '25 lisrlfeli UT
0 ERN FLOUR, and for sale by -
*..8IBLE1- & CRAPON'
Hamnburg'-uly 23,.1845. .tf - 26.7
Lost, or Stolen. -~
N Tuesday, 'he 9th .instr a: sifall'
Silk Purse. -containing Forty Shtfl'
ars.- (viz:.- four Ten -Dollar Bills..on th'e',
Hamburg Bank,) one small-naose -- P~
Golly, for $2 50cis., payable .tod.g g
Ryan ; one ac'contton N.. Raimy, ufL
vor of Jas. Lovel, and several othier-pa.
pers not recollected. *A liberal reward
will be given for the recovery of the ame.
B. J. RYAN '
Dec. 17 : . tf 47
T arrant's Comnpound'Extiat
oF CoSEcas AND CAPAv41, stands .inr
rvaled for its efficacy. *It' pefforaea-nre-ing.
few days-no confinerdent' oY-rhi'iioa.-in
diet is necessary. It will he found iuvaluabhe
being prepared with-the atest possihbarie:
npon well tested principle,, opu~s.!
impljortanit law .first estab'ished'by'the celebra
ted Dr. Fordvce. viz.: !.Thuat a comldniiion
of similar remedies iwill proddeessnqre ertaiw.
speedy and consideiable .efrect than' aaequi
alent dose of any single e.."A~corlimr,
tion or Cubehs-and .ap~vua fcrma~ .yerysst
fil medicine in certein casea."--SgR.cape
This article iin jnst .teceived-and~Iiforseh
*-' J.D.-TISBETr .
Dec. 10 . . .,. tf as ,46'e
carpa's Conspound A4'do sO
e II1, FnR! TH E CUUn OE DEANhisc
Just ieceived, and forisle hy.
Dec. 10 t ~ 4~
State* of Monti CaoiiI
Henry Stone and others
Pleasant8earle, Adi'i) ~.~
Philip Lightfnot, dec )A C -.
IN' pureuance. 6f thi deeol.1
'Upassed'at the last tem
inquire and reportto the Cout rsaa~r
who were the nsat: of kfa o~ijii~t~t
the Defendants intestate,
death, and whete anfaeam C d.
and if d&ead~who is erare t""re~
sentatiye or represenltative' bico m
hdreby given to iail'perons cl'aitU Wbe'tib -
niext of kins of saidPiif e
District and Stafoaren th;t-they ut
before- me in -thoe-tCo.minisione'~s, sat.
Edgefield Court Hlousei or fheors'the:first:
decree t mater.