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die ittgii d
ra,6e,,stated at a
.oft three thousand'Ier
i not' have been ablo to
d.butfr the'use of Jayne 's
He . said. that he bad beeni ]a
ienen' Land severe oppres
CROP Rplb.icife . 1 .MT1e h'd p'trciasdd some
ori pc edy before. which had
edidusfind he fouind
e iiie-epc atonble
i r il 'd add-hutndreds of other
na eecible, who recomnend
TORANT. as 'u perior to
Adr W hescure o all the vai
..]. JA. E' No 8 South
t ! Mddlphia, vhere all his other
'h i e sOne'miay he obtained
ait-We esteem it a piea
mire td be able to recommend this medicine as
#IR kctlittted for the put pose of cnring
coughs. colds. sore throat, asthma, and all at.
f,1igor longs. . From a long personal
uc p .ceAthDr.Jayne. we know theit
no qnack, aind Iis medicines are not nos.
ii ' d'e ciy sip. but are the result
e.'dpience as a practising physi.
the eipense of gi-eat'labor -Hari
.~c g Daily Revieto.
MRWBE~RTS is - Dr. JAYNE'S only
&bruary.25 , .3a 5
A.#C1 rEarnTaY Erva.40
S'ibsriey. fiasjnst received a ntew
S udatof-DRY GOODS, GRO
- hi' he offers to his friends,
d the''bptiblic eenerally. at prices
Milsit$tistet fail'to .give sattsfcnnn-nsv.
.u -'tadamiran enteitisvPlhiladelphit. New
.y udClatlestontO receive new Goods
nIt smay. be can sell as CUEAP aS
'Ced .:ot Cheapcr, nod no humlug.
- - 6Yo iGoods can be found a gensrral
sozt'iourtf f-Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard
bi.ADYMADE.CLOTHING, Hats, Boots
:; ar, a qperior article.) 12 poinnad fo $1.
,.Jj 0 ..10.A ound; fihr. $I.
o-s, from 50 cents np hiiber.
2l'cdYit7perpouid, or9 lhs. Car $1.
Is eent.a doze-i
lf ill reedive in a few days, 200 pounds
E di' ,icli he will sell at 20 cents per
a and see, as I am determined tint to be
, Cheap Cush store.
* ~b.'I5. I 5
-0to S Sale.
AA Th ..31arch next, will
l4,kii the ;4 . residence of
!16 B ii Mays, Aeceased. all The
on rot said, deceasod. coo
an A4O ikely FXegt oes,
- t IsF" s Inef Iti 1the bst, bInod
trhi Tiioietfol an'. ekd
ilh in lotior goodl Ce-r~ros,
les, - ' Cotton eked. about.
- aSOO s, Exelkft Bacon.
e17htsdnrei -ipotatis of LA1 ,
.n:, e ifie'
.sjsis under -$10 cash ; all
'amounft -a.credit until the 25th
-iecelher et: The . purchaibrs will
fg g~~~ ..e LNete with two appro
* 1 Tbcisie ofhe properry nor .changed
Mrn.tiferms of sale atre comuplied n ith,
's9 tf resold.- the .risk of-thec first :pur
2si 5 Erec'rs.
Stobert T. lore~.. Henry? .Bi// for
Arbototigh' aid George W. injunctviongj
he Y~lrrhah. ' and re/iief.
9jtI ap~peh rs thde -sati-.factiotn of ihw
'ICiinisionuer that George WV. Yarbo
iftonenffh-defend-ansts mn this suit.
ftititis heyonid the liuairs of thit Simte,
..tn.tWaminh of M1r. 13anskenr, .PlasintiT's
dMviyn. ist is ordered that the said der
WfdtedO- appear ansd ilead, answer or
ire'oiidethirren'mplainants usaid bill of
.4ipslsnr,itisin three months fromn rte
gabt1iiretls'ere,or he-aid hIl will be sn
-n$' aOt'.'Feb vJdI1846 .3m .5
s" Stg('ol outh Caronulia.
Mk Ff&1 6 E1'~ D'DISTRJCT. -
E' lnVNPCOUR.T OF ORDINA RY.
5?lHNIH1L L &qeuire, Ordinary
SWhereas William Thutrmond htath ap
he1~d to mre foibLeiters of Ad ministrastion,
n1lu singular-the goods and charttels,
tiitsad redtsof Joshua Bussey, late of
ese fres to cite and ad
t lit n aa.the kindred anud
e trsdf .said deceased, to be andi
~pperbelinr e,-at outr next Orditnary's
Cousrfor thoe said District. to) be0 holden
Edefield:Court House. on the.9th da-y
o ar&znexi, to, -show cause, if any,
eildimnsrto should nos
i Whsdermy hdnd and seal. this 23d
dur of 1~bruary, ii' the year of our Lord
- hsand ei ht hundred and forty six,
ena year olAmericana
c drbeiofferlhisk servisces In the
,~PEdge leksJDistrict, tn the ca
~MIRER. In consid
'a 1iidiiti:es~he will muke Pumps
di EN'f rt.nva E ETs; per
typ "ridafo rjines.
Robert', Price Curre aft
LAID Woollen Shawls from 45 cents to
$P 0 vach.
Starch,'(linest qnnlity,) sold now or former
ly. by others at 25 cents, sold by me for 124
-psom Salts,sold by others at 12A. sold by
ime for 6.1 vemts.
Fittest Caidies and Kisses. sold by others at
50 to 75 cents, sold by me at 25 ceits.
Best -M tiscatel Raisins. sold, by others at 25
cents, sold by ine ut 12.1 cents.
segars, ($5 pe: thoisand.) sold by others at
2 eents each, sold by we lot I cent each.
Candied Citrons, sold by others at50 to 62A
cents per pound, sold by ie for 37.
Sugar, (excellent quality.) 10 pounds for $1,
or i takeins it 5 worth 11 pounds for $1.
Best Rio CUfifee in the market, 10 pounds
Greent Baize, (under cost,) 50 centsper yd.
C npsiand Saucers, sold by others at 25cents,
sold by ine iur 18.j cents a set.
Cheese, 12J cents per potind.
25 n's an d Boys' Caps, firom 50 e-nts to $1
Shaving Soap, 6 cakes for 25 centa.
7-4 Beaver Cloth for Coats and Pants,
best indigo blue lor $2 per yard.
Painted Buckets 314 cents each.
Brass Bonild from 1 25 to $1 37 cents.
Hats $1 374 to $4 50. f-or best Beaver with
a case, worth 50 cents, included with best.
Cologne Water. 50 cents a quart.
Loco Foco Matches, best quality, 25 cents
Soda and Sugar Biscuit, sold by others at
2Z> cents per lb , sold by itme for 20 cents.
Malagam Grapes, fite quality, (10 kegs,) now
im Aiken will he up this week at 25 oits.
Boots sold by others at $2 50, sold by in
fus $2: stout pegged boots, sold by others
for $7 50. sold by me for $4 per pair, best
Ladies' Shoes, sold by ine at $1 121 cents
per pair, sold by others at $1 50.
R. S. ROBERTS.
WHO HAS FOR SALE
Cullen's Rentedy for diseases of Females.
Cullen-s Magic Lotion ior Headnolmo. Tooth
Ilewe's Nerve and Bone Liniment, for Rhcn
Dr. Bran dreth's Pills.
A fresh supply of Dr. Jayne's Alterative.
Ed;efield C. 1I., Feb 25 2t 5
Castings and Nails,
T 11 F. Snbscriber offers for sale 3,000 Jbs.
Castings, consistiig of Ovens, Skillets,
Sviderp, &c. a1d 100 kegs of Cut Nails,
fion No. 4 to No. 20.
S. F. GOOD E.
Feb 25 tf 5
20,000 LBS. CHOICE BACON,
c"nsisti ng of HRims Shoi
ders and Sides. This Bacon was made from
fine, fat, Kentucky hogs For sale by
Febrtuary241846 21 5
Subscriber respectfuily titforms idt
friends n. and the public at large, that he
hans had hisM House thoronigslyjepaired, and
has made a large addition to the same by the
>purchase oftle hdjrinin Hnnse, which will
enableihim to accommodate at least fi.tv or
fifty more persons .diring Courts and other
,1itmes than lie formerly did. His whole ainia
has been concentrlated -to tie confort and con
wenience of all those who hinve favorel him
with their paroinage, and lie flniters himself
that a-discernmiig and generous public will con
Iiilte to bestow (in hitn a share of their favors.
ie will, as hereofore. endeavor to furnish
his T1able with the best that te country -cani
Hlavingj .removed his Biar ait the farthest
endu of thme lInse adjouiingu little or ito an
mityanmce enni lbe e-xperieinced by thouise whlo put
imp at his Hotel.
hlis lBar will be furnished with the hest
Lmqtiors. antd his Sitables supplied with good
nhdm wholesomte provendle.r.and attentive Most
Fcbrmiary 25 -tf 5
Tr ~lE Stubscrihor .gi.v es Notice tolhis frienils
1 and nequimanttces, that -atvinig -t:kein a
House conveniem to the Public Square,the
btusiinnsq pa rt oh the Village. will accommo
dlate with Privamte Board andl Lodging ainy who
may call umpmon him.
S. W. K~ENN-ERlIK.
Edgefield C H..F!b.25 :lt .5
A LL Persoins are hereby cautioned anmd
forewa rtnid nagminst opienirg anconats
with time School Boys from abrand, without
the knowledge or consent of their -Puarenits,
Gnardians or Teacher. Such a course it must
be foreseen would deter Parents from abroad
from setidinag thieir.chiildren .to 1n Institutioni
exposed to such practice.
H. K. McCLINTOCK.
February 2 3 tf .5
Brought Ie ihe JaF4
f F this District, a1 negro Wo
man who says her name
.is ARtY, and that she belongs
ioMr. Martin Edwards, a Mer
ehan liv~a n Milledgeville, Ga.
insaid woman is-abouu five feet, two
inhshigh.. lighr .complexion, andI be
tween twent -ive and thirty years of age.
She has two small scars on her forehead,
und nearly all of her upper front teeth are
rotted off She says she ranaway about a
The owner is regnetsted to come for
ward. prove property. pay charges and
make her ant ay, other-eise she will be dealt
with as time law directs.
C. H. GOO)M AN, Jailor E. .
Feb. 25 18106f
TJ H E nndrsignied proposes to open the Old
1.Establishimenit, known as Dmntonulile, for
lie eiterihinisnt'of-Traivellers. whers-by strict
dtetti in'coa foWt [g,,she hopes to ;merit
the patroniage of tle trav~elhagcoimmnity.
.3. -.' SXLVESTA DU.NTON.
.Clncer, Sciofula an Goig& I
A PLE experiense has proved that no com
bination of medicine has ever been so ef-i.
caciousin removing the abovediseases,as Dr.
JAYN E'S ALTERATIVE. It has effected
cures truly astonishing, not only of CANCER,
and other diseases of that class, but has re
moved the most stubborn diseases of the Skin,
Dyspepsla, &., &c. This medicine entersinto
tlie circulation, and eradicates diseases wher
ever located. It purifies the blood and other
fluids of the body, senoves obstruction in the
pores of* the skin, and reduces enlargements of
the glands and bones. It increases the uppe
fite, removes headache and drowsiness, and
invigorates the whole system, and ampartu nui
mnation to the discased and debilitated coslitn
tion. There is nothing superior to it in the
whole manteria medica. It is pertectly safe andI
extremely pleasaut. and has nothing of the dis
gustng nausea. accompanying the idea of
(fTFor sale by R. S. ROBERTS, wto is
Dr. Jayne's only Agentat Edgefield C. House,
and frotn whom alone it and Di. J s. oilier
Medicinesean be had so as to be depended on as
pure and unadnherated.
f7m'Beware of Counterfeils!!
February 18 3t 4
AUGUS TUS STAUB,
AND DFALER IN
GOLiD & SILVItR SPECTAOLES.
A has constantly on hand a corn
. plete assortment of the- above
articles for W eak-eyed, Short and Far-Sighted
persons. He also inserts New Glassee in old
Frames, and hason hand superior Eye Glasses,
Microscopes, ESpy Glasses, &c. Also a rich
JEWELRY AND CUTLERY'
Direct from the Manitfacturers. vi:.
Gold and Silver Patent Levers, Anchor Le
ver lscapements. and plain Watches, (Gold
Levers as low as $65. Gold Chains. Keys and
Breastpins; Gold Rings set with Diamonds'
Rubies, and different Stones; Gold and Silver
Pencils; Gold and Silver Thimbles: Gold and
Silver Tooth Picks; Ear Ritngs, Neck Orna
asents, Bracelets. Lockets. and Clasps. Also
an assoitment of Shirt und Sleeve Buttons,
Coral Necklaces, Silver Spoons, and Butter
Knives; Gold Dianomid pointed Pens; Rodg
ers' Pen and Cong ress Knives; Pocket, Button
hole, Surgical, and Pancy Scissors; Rodgers',
and Wades', and Jlntcliers' Razo's, Money
Purses, Ladies' Fancy Work Pockeis, Gltzing
Dinmouds, Pocket Combs, Tweezers, Kky
Rings, Pocket Books, Shell Combs, Musical
Boxes,&.c..,&c., all fbr sale cheap! But one
:price askcd -
II %ry artitcle offered for sale is warran
tod to .be -what it is represented. Should any
person doubt, he will test the article with acid
Ladies and Gentlemen are respectfully in
vited to call atnd examine them .t Mr. Bland
r Bwtler's Store. Feb 18 St 4
-' .H~ ESubscriber respectfully itnfiorms
.Lhis .friends and the puilic at large.
that lie wvill continue to cerey on, the C A B.
INET M AIJNG BUSINESS, in all its
various branches, at his'shop on the cross
street leading to Rev. W. 1. Johnson's.
Repairi. done with neatness and des
patch, and funerals attended to at the
shortest.uotice,- and on the most reasona
ble term - JACKSON COVAR.
e byd, bm ual consent, on the-frt
January last-therefore all persons indebt
ed to them forwork done during- the last
year, are requestee to settle the same. as
they are desirous of closing the business
f* ,theirm. a
February 1S 3t 4
LOOK Al' THIS!
MRS. FORD respectfully informs
h~terfriends and acqutainmances, that
.she may be-founid, during ithe silting or
Cotirt, and all .ptnblic days, next door to
Messrs. .G. L. & E. Petnn's store, where
she will .hme happ.y to see all her friends
who may .dsire BREAKFAST. DIN
NER, or SUPPE.R, at the low price of
-tnmentyfiL*C cents per meal. She will on
,deavor to give satisfaction to all who may
'favor her wtith a call. She takes this 'me
casion to resurn her thanks to all those
who have heretafore patronized her, and
solicitsa-opt anece ofI the same.
Febsruary 9' 1816 t f 4
Lost or Mislaid.
INote of hantdigiven by Gaston Boyston.
a.tand Watsion W. WillIis to A. Bland, da
'ted about-the 24th nr26tht .lanttary, I845, and
patyable on the first day of January 1846, bear
ing inaterest fromn date.
All persons arc cautioned against trading for
said Note. A. BLAND.
Eehrua:3 18 et 4
N oti ce.
W ILL he Let.to-the .lowest bidder at Mt.
Willing, onSaturday the 28th instant,
the Measuring and Posting -with Roek Post.
all the I'tblec Roads.in the Lower Ballion of
the 10th Regiment. Also, at the same time
and placemwill'he let to the loweost bidder, the
building of a Bridge over Dry Creek, near
Simpson Rodgers. Further particulars wvill
be maado'known on the day
B. C. MATHEWS,
A Josas, Clerk -Cartan Board.
February 18 2t 4
ACGA DE MY.
M R. and Mas. HERBERT take this method
of informing their friends and the pub
lic getnerally, tha' they still have charge of this
Institution, with very fIhttering prospects -
They have also assocjated Mr. S, P. S4UNIER,
an able and experienced Music Teacher, utn
surpassed by any in the State.
Thankful for past favors, they only solicit a
continnance of the patronage so jjbeially te
stowed for fifiepn years.
Febrary 18 4t
LOST by the subscriber at Edgefield C. H..
on the 5th of Jantuary, 1846, a Note given
by James Titmmerman to Lewis Culbmeath,
some time in Jatntiary 1845, for thtrty-seve-a
dollars and fifty cents. due the 25th Decensber
1845, wvith a credit of two dollars nde on the
5th January, 1846
All persons are therefore forewarned from
trading for a note of the above description.
E. E. RtICHARDSON.
Fe braryy tr 3
B ULL'S COMPOUND OF' SARSA
PARILLA.- This preparation of. Sar
saparihia -possess . all the active propeiiesi of
the Root; in a hitgh concentrated state.
,Just received, and for sale by
- - - D. TIBBE2 Tr8
8 er la eutablihed. Ir TIN
FACTORY, opposite MrsLaBorde's
where he wiI kepbonstantly on basd a ful,
and andI m rtment 'of'TIN-WAREi
He will i Id toloofing and Gnttering
in the best, -or any-Job work in his line,
and lie pled'-fthimself to give satisfaction. He
will be f66 zhis past, and no mistake.
Address at Edgefield Court House.
Februa 4t 3
'Iax otice--No 1.
will attetiiatlhe tinaes iWd plae hereaf
-ter aecified, to collect the GAjeral, Pour,
al d Rad T r the year 1815o, u'slIdlows.
At Grifin s Moaday 16th Feb. instant.
"11 . P Tueeday 17th "
.,id' us nin Tuursday 19th
's on y20th
iberty Hill -Saturday 21s't
oores o ay 24th t
ul . V.on Wednesday 25th"
" ny- andsi on Thursday 26th"
Mrf. b Friday 27th 4'
Mount, aturday 28th
Ed#fieJ E- fou ay 2nd March.
" i eon rd
" 'sa on W day 4th '
" ~ 1 H so .OTur,-daly 5th"
Bach aturday 7th -
" Hambiagon'Mpuday the 9th "
Geigers on Tuesday the 10th
Honper's 8. H.Wednesday 11th
Edg. Choirt 1ouse Thursday 12th "
Sn.yley'soh Friday 13th G
Ricn" r son's on' Sturday 14th I
N. U.-111i in my second snte attend seve
ralplaces omitted in the flist, and omi4 several
atiendedio a'1he-present trip.
JOHN A'.'iLEUM, T. E D.
FebruaryaC. 3t 5
. 6I will do.
LL Personsp idebted to the Subscriber,
..: either b' aote or account due 1st of Jan.
:11ry 1846, ad better call and settle before Re.
tiurn Day; or 1lley will have to pay cost sure,
. r I aam c:spelled to have moiey.
Jannary a4.t -'t5
T the Meeting of the Commissiones for
Free Shnois for Edgefield Disteist, held
this day. the following resrlution wits adopted:
Resolvetl,cT the . Board w'ill only piy for
the first and a1l"nd classeq.
GEO. A' ADDISON,
Clhirim'n Com. of Free Sehools.
T HE lie lereatte firm of BLAD &
y B'ri isdissolved on the 1st inst.,
bmuual ouia"r. -
To those :have by their liberal patronage
a pd :pent aided us in our busi
ness . . past, we return our most
hearty and J:!g anks, trusting that the re
suIt ofsttr dh urse has been to our mutual
14is w desir'abiand necessary that the
unsetled binesst' othe fir"j be broaight to a
speedyco ^ at ah*eiefore mast earnestiy're
quest a I6,idebted. to 49 by judgnent,
naoteoro nt;to call andiete -with
ont del & troayle ajactn:
'ANl nos dccnn of tis late
Mri .An lr io for Miflinery; are in my
hi de T oedtion. All ~ ersons indebted
thereon must ayf ihin'edintej .
Edgeheld Court Hoase, Jan 7 50 if
EXTRA TERitY POST
'ihe new arrangements of the Sessions of
the Circuit Courts. making it necessary to
postpone the Session Of the Extfa term orihe
Court of Common Pleas for Edgefield Dis.
trict. .and the Act allowing two) weeks for the
Sessioneof tae Coart at l~dpefleld in Match,
..nym4;tae no provisaon mur a Jury for the
2nd week of the Term, it is ordered that the
Extra Court. ordered ta be held ona the 4th
Monday in February. be posaponed nutill.ahe
2nd Monuday in Maich next .antd that the Ju
rors drawn and suramoned for the said Term
do attend On the 2nd Monuday in March, in
stead of the 4th Monur an Pebruany.
JOHN B ETON O'NEALL.
Jann. 19 184 7t I
Plantation for' Sale.
TH E Subscriber initetidang to move~ South,
.offers for sale, the IPlantnution onu which
.he now resides,containing-three handred and
eight acres. 'lying immediately au ithe Piney
Woods Road, eighteen aies fromAngusta and
seven from.Rdgeiehd- Conrt hotse. Any
person wishing to pitlfae- iil do well to
call on the sabscriber, and e'xami ne theipremi
ses. GEG. W. JONES.
Decemnber31 - * f 49
To the Publics and Owvners
*f Grist and Sawl lills !
HAVING purchased of W. T. Moore, who
Is the owner in tbe State of South Caro
line. of HOCHKI88 VERTICAL lFAC
TION W HEELS faa-Saw and Grist Mills.and
other Machinery-atnd having tasted them fily
to our satisfaction. and the satisfaction of all
who have seen them~we now offeir edgeld
District, which we have purchased. lo the pub.
lih., with the following recormmendations and
1st.- h simplicity of their construction.
Siid4Their durability ad power of moving
3rdeThaey require. one-third less water, -.4nd
wvillio dcuble as much execution am the. same
time as any other used in the South.
4th. Dakwater does not efie.,t them so
long as tbere is a head of watS.r above thema,
as the action of the wvater Is -,an the inner aide
of tho wheels.
haf of the righ or th istrict, isaproatca
Mechanic, t'.ad pat up a good matny ltills,
His servi.es onbe hat aty n is, by di
recting~ to WVinter Seat, 8. C.
"I do oartifyr tilatI! ses19r. Roff in ptt
ting Mr. Johmn Co 1a';8iw Afill in operation
with the Vertic~l Wa~heels. - It uses muca
less waterthaoatheold Aattter wheel. Much moru~e
dttrable and very-Very -simple. It needs no
recomlOsendtioni as it. recommends itself. -I
have just seen a testof, it with back water
the wheels wete covered,. dnd I did not see
any difierence in its riuiimg. I have been
employed asa Mill 'Wright for a. number of
years, and at surpas les any -thin 1 have evor
witnssed. -1'108. 'HNSON.
Januairy28 . ~ .2m ~ I
A LAW BEANKC4 -
S TOLE'N drRiunaway from ie
Subscriber's Plantation, near
Leesville, Lexington, S. C : on the
13th JanuaryinaL. My slave-BILL.
He is a Mulatto, between forty-five
and fifty years of age, about sig feet
hig, largc and well proportioned ii
size. He has a hbold appearance, with a igh
forehead, and a little gtay-headcd; be nnatily
wears whiskers, which with his beard is black.
Last Augustke was bit on the calf of one'of
his legs,(the left I hink) that left a scar, which
shows very plain.
. The above reward of $60 will be given for
1is apprehension arid 'afe deivery to me, with
p1oof to conviCt any whie pesansior stealing
i or harboring him. I .%il givo tweti-five if
taken within this State 'u1i sa'ely lodged in
soie jail of the same, or I will give fift if
tfken out of this State and isetired in jai I,so
ihat i gethim. It may be that baid fellow las
been. furnished with Ire papers, in which
case, if apprehended, I wish all ptpers found
On him slIotdd-be tpken care of, so that I can
get possessionqf Ih!in,
Any ifo'r'matoiin resectlng said fellow will
be thakfully recive.
Address SEXBORN JONES,
- "Jeesrillo, Lexington, S.C.
The Menntaineer, Greenville, will copy
twice, and'forward account to this ofice .
Jaannary 28 if I
A LL Persond having demands against
.the Estate of William Wilson, de.
ceased, late Ordinary of Newberry District,
are hereby ieqnired to establish them before
me by the first of.May next.
L. A. JONES, c. E. E:. n.
Jan 14 :3,. (So. Ca.) 51
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLRAS.
S. T Hughes Dedarhtion in
-Pasclhal Tillman. Attachment.
Tie Plaintif' it the above case having this
idny filed his declarattor. in my office, and
thi Defehdant having.neither Wifb. nor At
torney known to reside.. within the limits of
this Stste, on whoi a copy of said Declera.
tion with a rule to plead can by served, on mo
tion, Griffin, Plaitntiff's Aitd:ney, ordered that
said Defendsqt alipe and plead to said Dec.
laration within a year and a day from the date
hereof, or judmintt will'be awaided against
him by default. T. G. UACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Oflice, Jan. 30, 1846. ly 3
State of South Carolina.
IN THEL COMMO'-PLEAS.
John 11111. Ordinary, Declatation in
Joshua H ammond. A-- Attachment.
T HE Plaintiff in. the above case bav.
T ing this day filed his Declaration in
my otlice, and the Def'endant having nei
ther wife nor attorney known to reside
withi' the limits of this State, on whom
a qdpvof said Declaration with a ruke to
plio can be served, on motion of G(rifflr
Plibtiff's Attorney, ordered'that the s-iid
Defendant appear and plead.to the said
Ddelaration within a year and a daj -from
the date hereof,"or judgme'ut wril be a.
war-ed alnst iii' by defa f.
OMAS G. BAO c c
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Enoch Byne. I
vs. Harmon H.gst Attachernt.
and Enoch Pyne.
Moore & Daver,
vs. ? Attachment.
Emily H. T'jbman,)
THE Plaintiffs in the above cases, hning
5..Ils day filed their deelaratione in niy
ofice, and thte defendants having neither Wives
at Attorneys known to reside witbin the liiite~
of the State, on whom a copy of said declgra
tions with a rule to plead nail be served: It is
therefore ordered, that thpy do appear and
plead to~ said deciarations within a year antd a
day from thie date hereof, or in default thereqf
final and absolute judgmnets will be awvarded
ngniiist them. T HUS. G. B3ACON, b. 'c. P.
Mlay 12. 1845 ly If6
State of' Su th Cai-olina,
EDGE PiELDDVIS TRIT.
IN COMMON PLE AS.
John JI. Gordon, Dsclaration in
Jos. N. Perrin. 5Attachment.
T H E Plaintiff in the above case. having this
day (sledhius declaratiotn in my offine, and
the DeIspdant having netther Wifd-or Attor
ney lgpwn 15) reside within 'the limits of the
Sats, an whom a copy of the same with a rul
ta plead can ho served, on tuotion of Ban.'att,
PI nhife~ Attorney, it is ordered, that','ne said
Defenident do appear and plead 'to said dec
larstian withini a year and a day from the date
hereof, or judgment will b4. awarded agaizngt
hinm by default.
THOS. G. PACON, c. c s. D.
Clerk's Office, O.,:t 17th 1845 ly 39)
Stue of Soutih Carolina,
IN THE COAitif ON PLEA'S.
Berry Rodgers, ys. Enoch liyne) Dec-a in
ad . ).For. Ag
El'gah Byne. )tachinent
Cress &r ?Turpmn, Declaration in
g. . Foreign At.
'T HE Plaintiffss havyng this day filed
Jtheir declarations in the abovesat
eses, in my otlce, and the defendant9
having neitiker wives or attorneys known
to be -within ;he limits of this State, on
whom a copy of said declarations with.a
ruin to plead can be aerved : Ii is ordered.
that ihie said defendants do plead -to the
said dcafatious, within a yearand a day
from the puiblicat ion of tis order, or fina
and absolute judgment will be awarded
THOS, G BA CON, c.c..
Clerk's Office, 17th March, 1845 8 ly
EiW .'. O yne. .
HE. Plain'f Viar khsa
havinig-no wife oriatt~e q~nib&jj
the State, on whornr. a copy a
rle to plead,can be served: Jt iso' hp
the defendant plead .to the.aid doe aradqnl
within a year-and a day, oryfinai ad ahsoluto
udgetnent will be givenagan.at.ha.
THOS. G. BACOA c._r
State of Soutly Cayro1*.ia
IN COMMON PUEAS.
vs. .. . iittachm at
. vs... Attachnin et
T iks Plainltilfs. ill the Uahov? Cni0CA 11inng.
this day'fileotir. jdcpatfsin' fol
fice, and the Defie'nntisi..iq.Pq wvite r Attar'
ney known to reside within .the limitsof jhe
State, on whoh a copy of said .4elaraiions
with a rule to plead can be serrvd:.It is there*
fore ordeied- that the said Defamndauts'40i5
appear and plead to the said decxlarat.ionia ,:aa
yenr and a day fr9t; 4e - date hereof. or find
and abslute jiudgnekt will be aw.xnaded against
him by default. -
ti1QS.. G. BAON, c. c.
Clerk's Office, May 14, 1845. Jy 16
State of South Car olina
IN THE 'COhlIl 1V PLE.
vs. Dec'n, in Attachmnt
vs, Declarada in
Endeb Dywe * Atachmiat.
and HarmanjIflnst. j
vs. Dclaration in A'tademaen
vs. Declan. in Attar!&aetug,
vs. Dec'n. in Atackmeat..,
vs. Iekotieiia Aurckinonat
Enoch Byao. .
Benjamin J. Gillstrap
vs. Dedaratio ta
Enoch. Dyne and AttachmenCt
Andu'w Kerr and
john Ker - Declarattlo*
James S. Brow, 1 .Deditid
Enoch Byne an Atac
Harmon Hust. -
B.- B. Mailer - i
Harmon HRust. - -
Keeradr Hope, X
.8. >c.4 Attac p .
Eoch yne u~~'g , .
ohni W.- Rbeny
E p.'gh FlyBne u, i d Attacmei t
Harmon H'.r j
Thomas f. 4ordaya,
S .-::- - . Dearatiwwr- n
?nach Byne and. Attawckuens
We j. D. Sione,
.'v. Decl'sratirr a
gnnoch l3yne Rod . .Ata enir
Wjarmions [Unst. J
Ihenry S. Iloadley, DIaaton
vs . - A
Enoc ByIne. che
nor Attorney's known, ta reide .ivirhin.'the
limits of thei Stte 4'n vWhom, a copy cal said
Decl;arations with1 a riale toa plead can~be ser
ved: It is thaereforp urde-red, that the unidl De
fendatsdo at1pppn ;and plead to the sea, dee.
Iarations wiahin ae year and .n d'ny ra the'dadeo
herhof,or flnkl and aebsohtate jad gnaenat will be
awarded aitust themn by dehiinit.
T H08. Gu. BAON, c. c.p
Clerk's Office, ay (5th, 184.5. .165
M~ay 14 ly
State o f South Carolina
iN T HE COMMON PLEA&>
John 13. Gorden.
58- - -Attachmen.
Joseph M' Perry.
Alex.-J. La w o,
Joseph -3.Perrv. S
T iE Plaitii. haa ing. this day 8 3
.d. their B~erel:ations in tbu above stated
eases in my oilice. -i t is therfore, Orind
that he nefernun: co appear and ple'd to.
the aaidl Deelarations -within a jemr-and
day fromt tbe date hereof, ori esai
the'reof final andabsolute judgatenosswIll
b* given a nd awarded ,against. the qaid
Defetndant in both the above stated'999es.
A-pril 2 -.' 34 ly ,
State'of Soqtit Catdiina
IN COMMiON PI.E4S.
Davis 13. l adley, ..
vs. - .Attachment.
Joseph .31. Perry.
Thomas Davis, -
vs. - Alchmen*
Joseph M.L Perry. *4
H E Plaintiff.n.tbsaabo.e case 1a~io
lthis dai' filed thelrdheplarations in
fice, and the Defendaiits having iaeidaee.Wyes
or Attorneys'knowna dreuide withbilis s
of the State, on *vheif: achopy of iiatdaeeTTa .
tions,'with arule to-leuidicanbeserrvd ft~1
therefore ordered, thus theemad Defidtseiitio
appear andplead tothasaiddeclaattb
a year an3d. ,frons the date her jeof$Ml
eefalt thereof .al and~absoutjdgmnariL.
be awar~ded agaiest t .ieta.
Cleik's Offce, Mayj12,1845
'Maiy If y