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kcibainaer & Brothers,
DEALERS EN FANCY and
SUhPLE DRY VOW)S0
- AMBURe, (S. C.,). CoLtMBtA, (S. C.),
Mousy Wii.tixo, Edgefield, Si C.. )Mhk's,
Edgefield, S: U:, and Athess, Gn.
OST rep'ttlhilly invite the attention of
their friends, and the public in general,
to their extensive stock of New and Fash
ionable Spring Goods, just received and pur
chased for Casb in .New York and Boston
Markets. and which they are determined to
sell as low asany establishment in Charleston.
Among-theirT various articles may be found,
Graduatpd Lawn Robes, Gingham Lawn,
Prints, from 6J to 37J cents , Bleached and
Barge Satin Stuped Shawls and Scarfs,
Swiss, Jaconet. Crossbarred and Cambric
Bleach and Brown Linen Drillings, Diaper;
Gipsey. Leghorn, Straw, Lawn and Silk
Stockings, Gloves, Mitts; Parasols and
Panamn, Leghorn, Palmicaf, Cassniere and
Fnr hats ; .
Fine Cloth, Cassimere, Chambraz, Vestinge;
Ladie's, Gentlemen's, Youth's and Chil'
dren's Shoes, and a great many other arti
cles too numerons to mention. They also,
keep in their Store, at louut Willing, all
those articles usually kept in extensive conn
try Stores, viz: Hardware, Grocery, Crockery
April 22 1m 13
NEW SPRING GOODS.
WM. KETCIIAM & CO.,
- IHABURG, SO. CA.
H AVE received their Spring supply of
Dry Goods, of the latest style and pat
terns, consisting in part of Graduated Robes,
Plain Muslin Robes, Rich Drapery Chintz,
Printed Lawns. new styles. Barages, Ging
hams and Muslins. Chambray Gingham. for
children, Book, Alull, Jam.onet, Cross Barred,
Swiss and Cumbric Muslins Brown Linen
Drills. Brown Linen Table Cloths, by the
yard or pattern. Damask Table Diaper. Irish
Linen. Linen Sheeting. Linen and Grass
Skirting. Rich Fancy Spring Prints, a lot of
snperior Calicoes, at 1'24 cents, fast colors,
Nankeens, Checks. Ticks, Gloves, Parasols.
Parasnlettes. Sun Shades. Linen Cambric and
SilkI Handkerchiefs. Fnrniture Dimity, Frit
ges. Palm and Leaf Hats, Ladies' and Mlisses
plain Straw and Leghorn Gipsey Bonnets,
Flowers. Tabhs and Ribbons. Ladies' fine Kid
Slippers, Children's black and colored Shoes.
&c. A lot of Hosiery, 33 per cetit. cheaper
than ever before offered in this market. all of
which, together with our former stock, icill be
sed fin. for Prompt Pay.
Dr. A. W. Youngblood,
F'ER8 his professional services to the
citzens of Edgefield Village and vicinity.
Office next door, East of Dr. R. T. Alims
resickace. April 22 if . 13
A T T E NTI ON!
HORN'S CREEK .COMPANY.
A PEAR at your. usual Muster
..t- Groun3, on-thi 2nd Satur
day in May next, 'the 9th) at 11
o'clock A. M., for inspection and
'drill; properly ar-med and equip
ed as the ;few idire'cts. '-"
'By..orderof Col: G. D. Mims
an Election will be held at the
same time and time, for Second Lieuten
ant, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the
resignation of Lt. Ahney.
Managers-Capt. Cogburn, Lt. Mays
and H. H. Mayson.
By order of Capt. V.. COGBURN.
S. B. MAS. O. S. Ap'22 3t 13
* EDGEFIELD BEAT COMPANY
APPF.AI at your usual bluster Ground,.
on the 2nd Saturday in Mlay next. the
(9th) at 11 A, 31.. for inspection and drill.
properly armed and equipped as the law
-By order of Col. G. D. 1Alime, en Elec
tion will be held at the same time and
place, for Fiest Lieutenuni. to fill a va
c-"'v occasioned by the promotion of Lt.
Mlanagers-Capt. Cnvar, Lieut. Bland
-and Sergeant Atihy.
By order of Capt. COVAR.
J Cous.~O. S. A p22 St 13
Mary Moo're and others, Bill for
vs alichael Barr. Admn'r, InjunrAion and
andt others. Relinf.
IT apepearing to the satisfactio~n of the om
I uissioner, that George WV. Yarborough,
and Elizabeth his Wife, Defendants mn this
case. reside without tihe limits of this State. on
motion of Mr. Bansketi. Comipl. Solicitor, it is
ordered tbat the Defendants do nippear and
plead. answer or demier, to the Complainants
phill of comnplaint, within three months from th
publiention,. hereof, or the said bill will be takee
ro confesso. against them, a
S. S. TOMPKiNS. C. E. E.'D.
April22 184 3m 13
EDGEFIE LD DisTRtICT.
Bland. Cailin & Co., )Ball for Dis
and others. vs. >coveryl and
Elias Albrahams and others. Relief:
IN conformity to the eorder of Chazncellor
Johnston in this case, publie notice is
hereby given to the creditors of Hollis Dntnton.
to render to me their demamnds against the
funds in dispute. in this case. on Monday the
28th day of May nuext. Those neglecting to
render their dcemahds. prohuerly attested, on
that dny. will be excludedl by the terms of
said order from any participation in the said
A pril22 6t ' 13
"'snb-cribert wislinti to leave
Sthe Riats.ef'-e hi. LANDS tior
,ale tvin" in A bbeville.Tistrict. on the watrs
of Ro avk River. two miles past ri L r.onndoi.
andi onie cix from the savantfnh i~cn
,,igne or 'T'wen.' TT,mndred A nres. oneredit
ctenved nnd the balance in wodon ta eit'
of one. twon and three- years. instletha'
1Ag'W ?nnew (cJN pGUTTRE and SCREW,
and T RASRING fROTUSF. a a"l on
Iionene new- The Plantation is uder goo
rer eent wihiwtoptrchatse-will do wel
' to call on the subscribo. A AT
abbevilie. Marchai9 3m. (Ban.). 9
W. W. ATKINSON,
AT ORN EY AT L AW-,
May j d i4 ftliis"Of1iae, oppositeComfpty'S
-HE aSgbeiciber offers fo
Bie.- his -Plantation in
EdgeAeld District, situated on
Steven's Creek, ten miles above
Hamburg,containing about Five* Hundred
and Fifty acres of lend, three hundred of
which is woodland. (oak and hickory.) the
balance under cltivation. On the plantation
are two dwelling houses, Gin House &Screw,
and other outbuildings. There are several
Springs of excellent water, and the location is
as healthy as any in the District. The Plan
tation will be sold on one, two and three years
credit, bearing date from first of January,
18 47, if sold by the 1st of September next.
The purchatser will be required to ive good
security. J. LLOYD
April 22 3t 13
Land for Sale.
T HE Subsctiber has determined to offer
at private sale, the well known tract of
Land on which he now resides, on the Pine
House Road. leading to Hamburg, .11 miles
from the Pine House. formetly known as
Evan's. It is. an excellentst and for a small
country business, either for a Grocery or Dry
Goods Store. The tract contains 156 acres,
more or less, and the land is in a good state for
cultivation. For particulars, apply to the
subscriber on the premises.
C. M. GRAY.
April8 3m 11
L. & E. PENN, have just received and
e opened a large and handsome assort
ment of SPItNG As1I SUMMER GOODS,
purchased in'Charleston and New Yotk, com
prising a general assortment of
Staple and Fanry Goods, Hard
ware, Crockery, Groceries,
flats, Shoes, Bonnets, Books
and Stationery, Saddlery and
und a great variety of other articles usually
kept in our line. All of which we will sell
on ternp to suit the times
07We invite our friends to call and ex
amine our stock.
April 8 tf 11
Valuable School Books !
UST receivcJ from Philadelphia, GiUoc &
Et.Lro-r's, valuable series of Coummon
School Readers, Nos. J, 2, 3 and 4.
These Books are tts best series of Readers
that have ever been presented to the Schools
in South Carolina. To be satisfied of-this,
please call and examine them. all who feel an
intert in the correct instruction of the youth.
Also, Dr. tuseninbcrger's First Books of
Natural Hismory, published also by Grigg &
Elliott. comprising Anatomy and Physiology,
Mammalogy, Ornithology, ltchyo!ogy and
Herpetology, Couchology. Entomology, Bot
any and Geieo v, teing the best Elementary
works upon lthissubject, evor before published.
and every family library ought toltave a set of
them, and every youth instr'eted in them.
These Books have recommendations of the
highest 'character, from Teachers in South
Carolina and Georgia.
Grimshaw's Histories of Napole'n, -Rone,
England, France, Greece and -United States,
with Keys and Quoestionsto the same.. Jone's
Chemistry, and Philosophy, latest addition;
Hd'e & Mason's Farrery; Bigland's School
Edition of Natural History; Shakipeare, two
volumes, gilt; Josephus. 2 vols., do,; Village
Sermons ; Say's' Polical Economy; Rogers',
Heman's. Eiltn, &c. 'Works; Dictionary of
Quotations; Siniley's Arithmetic, and Key
and Tables; Byron, illustrated, extra gilt edge;
Cruabe, do.; Cowper. do; Eherli's Notes,
Practice, 2 volumes, and on Children; U. S.
Dispensatory ; Family Prayer, Life of Jack
son; Genis. and Ladies Lexicons ; Sauca's
Morals; Chesterfield ; Book of Politeness;
Daughter's Own Book ; Western Sonster:
Benett's Letters; Wee.n's Washington and
Marion; &c.. &c.. together with ---
Story Books for Children.
F.'r sale' by G. L & E. PENN.
Edgefield C. H.,.April J, 14* 3m 10
State of South Carolina.
Samuel P. Getonm 'and wife, )Summons
Aplicants ,es. Sebren 0- in
Sullivan and others, Def'ts. I'artition.
I T appelarinig to my satisfaction that Sebren
O . Sullivan, Thomnas Sullivan, Dan'son
Sulhva".,William Quarles and wife Eliza
beth. undl Willia m Qunarles..r a ne phe w, hents
and distributees of the real estate of Ellent
Sullivan, deceased. live without the limits of
this State. It is therefore ordered that they do
appear and object to the divisioni or sale of
the real estate aforesaid on thte first Monday
in July next, or their consent to the same wvill
be entered of recoid.
Given tinder my hand at my office, this 6th
day of A pril, 1846. JOHN IlL L. o. E. z'.
April8 ____ 12t 11
T~l11 E Suhscriber respectfully informs his
Rfriends and the public at large, that lie
has had his House rhioroughly repaored, and
has made a large additiorf to. the same by the
purchase of the adjeininu House. which wil
enable him to accommodate at least foriy or
fifty inure persons during Courts and other
times than lie formerly did. His whole amm
has been concentrated to the- comfort and con
veniece of all those who have favored him
with their patronage, and he flatters himself
that a discerning and generous public will con
tite tohestow on him a share of thieir favors.
H e will, as heretofore. endeavor to furnish
his Table with the best that the country can
Having removed his Bar at- the farthes1
enl of the HUnise adjoininig, little or no an
no'ance can be experienced by those who pub
up at his H otel.
Hii Bar will be fornished- wvithi the best
Liquors. and his Stables supplied with gooc
ahd wholesome provender and' attentive H ost
lers, B.JI RYAN.
February 2 tf f
T H E Partnership of Batwwot &. ArNJKEsoi
as Merchants, engaged int trade at Lit~ert:
H ill, Edgefield District. wss disolved, by mit
ttal conisent, on the first instant. Persons i
debted to te firm thus dissoclved; will inak
pa yment to G. W& W. B. Brannon,-wh
wvil arry onbusinessat-the sanme place.
*.W. B. BRANB01,
April 8 4t1'
N excellens article of Wrni'tt SraRt&RE
ALAMP OIL For, sale-by~
J& D' TIBBETTS.
Oeneral Agent.nd CounspaissiO
.erchant anaburg, ..
TILL offers It services to isTfaiisnds at)
the public,,.ud he will devote his undiv
ded attention'to e
SELLING OF COTTON AND FLOUR.
RECEvivlo AND FORWARDING GooDs."
Buying Goods for Planters or Merchants, o
attend to any business that. may be
commaued to his care. .
He embraces this opporturiity-of tenderin
his thanks to his friends for theirliberal paue,
age heretofore bestowed, and by :idustry an
close attention to ,business. be hdpes'to nieril
and to contitue to receive the 'sine:- It shall b
his aim to a'nae all hIis. chargei a .light.as poi
sible, knowing that it will be tohis interest t
closely observe .the interest of-his friends.
Liberal advances. will be ma'deif.required. of
produce sent to 4lim for sale ortore. - Cottoi
sent to him by Boats,..wllI. be received. free o
charfage. All produce sent.to him for sale
will be promptly sold on arrivalafso ordered;
August 6 r t 8
H AS just acceived. and will keep con
scantly on hand, p frahsiupply of
Drugs. Medicines, Paints. Ot
and - ye StutTffs
He does not think proper 'o admbug th
public, by advertising his prices, but person
wishing to purchase may be-assuied that Ii
will sell at as LOW PRICES as.any ine in Edge
field. Hanmbug or Augusta.:
The following constitutes a .part .of hi
stock of Medicines:
Epsom and Glauber Salts,,
Caster Oil in bottles, or by the gallon.
Calomel, Tart. Emetic, Assafetida, Arrov
Root, Rhurbarb; Jalap, Magnesia.Gum al yirb
Aloes, Gamboge. Cayenne Pepper, orphine
Cremor Tartar, Opium. Laudanutm, Paregon
ic, Quinine, Preparations of. Iron,''Squills
Sweet Oil, Sarsaparilla Root, and preparation,
of the same. Capaiva, Chloride-of Soda, Ether
Camphor, Nitre, Ammonia Hive Syrni ant
any other article that may be called for.
PATENT .EDICINES.- .
Q~All of Dn. JAYNa's Mqdicines, warratttet
genuine. Sold as cheap as can be founda
any Drug Siore, in this or any other place
obtained directly from Dr. Jayne, .thiuugl
his-only Agent in Augusta.
Bull's Sarsaparilla. Sands Sarsaparilla,
Carpenter's Do. Philotoken.
Carpenter's Extract Cubebs and Copaiva,
Tarrant's Do., Medicoimen:ium, Godfrey
Cordial, Mlotfftt's Pills, Moffatt's . Bitters
Champian's Fever and Ague Pills. Champi
on's Vegitable Anti-dyspeptic - Pills, Hull'
Fever and Ague Pills, Spencer's Pillr Hulll
Lozenges, Peter's Pill's, Cook's PilPs.a Du
pont Tooth Drops. Thompson's Eye Waiters
1'ahnestock's Vermifige. Thompsoniari Med
icines. Rnud's Tonic ixture. Seidlitz ani
Soda Powders, Swain's Panacea'1uinrguon'
Balsam, Hay's Liniment, larrijuoo Oint.
ment, a sure cute for 4cald head. Coarpa'
Accoustic Oil. for deafness, .and::l},tl. other
Patent hlediciiis in common use.'
PAINTS AND OILS.
White Lend. of all kinds; Red do; Verdi
gris. Spanish Brown. Venetian Red, Vandyki
Brown, Turkey Hnuinher, Chr.no: Green
Cerome Yel!ow, Vermillion, Stone Ochre
Ivory Black, Terra Sienna. Drop..Lake Pa
tent I)!ack. Lamp Black, Xellow Octae;Lytl:
aree.Russian Blue, Turpentine. RosePink
Varnish of all .kinds; Linseed Oil' Taisi Oil
Lamp Oil, Nekt's Foot Oil, and all tbieEssen
Spanib Float.. Iudigo,, Arnat asdr
Logwood, Caigsood;. Brazil Vood; Fistic
Red Saunders, Ti:neric, ( operus Alum
Bluestone, and all other Dye Stuffs
Black Pepper. Allspice; Mace, Cinnamon
Cloves, Ginger, Rde and Pulverized Nut
Windv Glus, from 8 x 10 pie to 20 x 30
P:tv,'Vhiting, Sperm Candles,Candle Wirk
Castile Soap. Chplk, 'Crirt Plister. Fla;,
Seed, Wafers, Tooth Brushes. Glue, Gold anc
Silver Leaf. Syring'- of. li kinds. Trusses
Ink, Black aid rled, ik Powders. Lemor
Sy rnp. Mlustard, Pink Sancerbi Snuff, L~iquor
ice, Mlatches. Pumiiice Stone; Rottei Sioune
Sal Eratue. Potuash. Salt Petre; Sealin~g Wax
Sponge. Sinarch, Pin t Brus~hes-of everyde
scriptioni, Whlite WVash Brushte Dharine
Ertnsbes, Swee ping Brns~hes, Scrnhhbiug, IH orsi
and Shoe irtnsbies. Hair Brnsis-~Shriin
Boxes, Shauvinig soap, rtf all kind..'Vashin~
Soaps, 'l oilet Soaps. Rose. of var' a kinds
mm variety tif fine articles of T'bu . Also
line cot TIobacco for smoking rad estpwirg,
l..mnwery, Nursing Bottles. Nippic Shells
Cnppmig Ghasses. Lancets, Alcohof. flat ani
Roach Banue, Sash Tools, Camali Hair, an'
Smnble. Hair Pencils
All the mbove articles are warranted good
and soild on ternms to please purchasers ru
cash, oron approved credit.
J D. TIBBETTS.
Edgefield C. II.. March .11 . If '7
T arr'ant's 00onpound Extrac
OF CUBEna AND CAPAvAI. standa nr
raled for its ellicacy. It pierl orms a enre in
few days-no confinement or restrictioni
diet is necess.ary*. It wvill be founmd invaluabka
being prepared with the greatest possible cart
upon well-tested principles. found upon the
iunportunt laiw. first estabished by the celebra
ted Dr. Fordyce, viz. "rTat a combinuatio
or'simiilaraemedies will produce a more certair
speedy) and considemable effect than an cquil
alent dose of' any singli tane.:".'A ,combtnur
tion of Cubeh-ad aapavia form a very uase
ful medicine in ceriamn cases "uSirll. Coopci
F. ft. S., Al. R. S., 4'c., gc.,
This article lijust eevdndfrsl hy
Dec 10. 'f .- 40
State Of South eaiOlina.
IN T HE COMMO %,LEAS.
John Hill, Ordinary, .Declaration in
vs. . , -
Joshuua Hammond. - ttachment.
'TIHE Plaintiff in the aboie case has
..ing this day filed his Declaralino
my office, and the Defeiideabving nel
ther wife. nor attorney kocatn to resid
within the limits of. this $fite, on wvhoi
a enpv of -said Decl'aration-.:wit a rule. I
plead can be served,.on motion-of Griffie
lPluainuif's Attorney, ordered that the ,s'i
Defendant apspear. and p~ead to the sai
Deelaration within a sear aid~ ii day frot
the date hiereof, oir ju'd~atn Nill he
war-.ed against hini by defaulh.
.THMMIA S' G3. BA CON, c. c. .
Clerk's tiOebF.'.: .1846 y~ 3
BULL'S~ COMPOUND .F SARS~
PARILLA.- Thisis1reparatiomn of Sm
sapiarihia possesss all the -active propertier'
the Root, i a hIgh concentrated state.
Just received, and for sale by' . *
Dec.10 :. .* ,DTfB 4T
Castipgs and Neds,
-froni-No.4-to No;20. . *.'
4 -. , S.~F. GOODE
Feb2 96 ' tf 5'
SALL Persons having demands agains
the Estate of Wm. Brunson, de- I
ceased, are requested to render them in
according to law. Those indebted to said
Estate are requested to make immediate
April 22 tI 13
! Wholesale & Retail Grocers
CORNER CENTRE AND MARKET STRKETS,
HAMBURG. .. C.
H AVE just received, and will continue to
- receive fresh supplies of the following
Articles, which they offer to their friends and
- the trade, at the lowest market prices :
i 30 bhds. consisting of St. Croix; Clairfield
. Porto Rico and Muscovado:
Double Refined Loaf, Crushed 'and Powdered
50 bags Old Government Java Coffee,
10 do. Angustura do.
125 choice Rio do.
I Bale Mocho . do.
15 bags Cuba.
100 pieces Heavy Dundee. 44 to 45 inch.
250 do. Kentucky, (heavy) 44 to 45 in.
50 do. Tow, 45 inch
125 do. Gunny, 24 per yard, 45 io 47 ri
100 do Georgia & Curolina, 44 to 45 in
300 coils Kenucky Rope
50 do Manilla, do
50 do. Jute do.
20 hods. Trinidad Molasses
-25 bbls. New Orleans. do
50,000 pounds [rou, of all sizes. Also,
a good assortment of Hoop and Band
Iron, German an Caster & Cast Steel.
B.4COY & 6 AL'1'.
30,000 Prime Courntry Sides.
2,000 Sacks Salt,
5 do Table Salt
Buzes Table Salt. .
10 dozen I Maple Chairs
25 do Windsor do
10 do Cane Seat,
2 do Childrens. do'
.2 do Boys, do
2 - do Offices, dto
2 do Rocking, do
.1 do Nurse. do
2 bales 9.4 Blankets
3 do 10-4 do (weighing 7 lb's. to the
A good assortmeit of Bed Blanketi from
10.4 to 12 4.
1,000 yds. Washington Jeans (heavy,)
1000 do. Coventry Plains.
100 Kegs, (assorted Sizes)
150 Bags, assorted Sizes
30 Keis Il Dnpont's Powder
10 do~ Blasting . -do
20 do 'Eag-le.8porting, do
5000 lbs pure. No. 1, N. Y. Union Mills
. White Lead.
50 BoxosTeas..,Consisting of gun pow.
der. Hlyson and Imperial
-6 aseR attees, "' "
l :hest Block Tea "
200 BIs. fresh Rock Lime.
A lso-Plaster Pnris.
-A L SO
Ginger, Pepper.Spice. Cinnamon, Nutmengs,
Indigo, Sahipetre. Blue Stone. Copperas.
ShoeThread, Snnff. Cotton & Wool nrca,.
Brass Bound Buckets. Painted uckets,
T1ubs. Churns, Kenters WVillow Wagons
and Cradles. Waslhoar ds, Cocoae Dippers,
Clothes Pius, Biroomns. Wooden Uc'w~s,
WVash stands, Bcl!ows, Rakes. Scythe
Sneedls, Coffece MillsSoap,Taltow & $f6erml
Candles. Wagonloxes, Mleasures, Saddl
lions, Winidorr Glass, Starch, P'istols, To
hacco, brindstones, Osnmabnrg<, Tr wiue. Cas.
tings. Boots, Shoes, Wouol Hlats.Rice.Clothes
Blasketi, A lmonds, Be'arskinsq. Macl-erel.
1A'lnst:'id, Fifth Cha ins, Lamp Oil; a choice
irticle of C hewing Tobacco: Vinegar. Hexs,
C Cideur, Unrrel Govers, Cod Fish, Ptougrh
Monlds, Sole Leather, Nankeens, Choeco
late, & c.. & c.
W ANT ED-10.000 lbs. BEES WVA X, for
which cash w itl be paid.
ilz~aburg,18-16i tf 1
State of South Carwolina,
EDGEFI ELD DIST1RICTI.
Robert T.' Moore, vs. Henr3 Bill for
Yarboroogh nud George W. injunction.
T pp~earing t the satIsfactIo::f h
Commnissioer that George W. Y;:rbo
,rough, one of the dlef'endants in this suit,
I resides hecyond the i-iits of this State.
on mottion of' Mr. fianskeet, PlnintitT's
SAttorney, ii is ordered that thn, suid de
fendant dlo appear rnd plead, answer or
demur 10 ihe complainants said hill of
compnilaint, within thrce months from the
publication herent, or 'lie said bill will be ta
keni pro conf'eeso agaitns; him.
8. S. TOMPKINS. C. E. E. U.
Cornn's. Of Feb 24 1646 3m5S
State Of Soulth Carohnal,
- EIJG4FIEL DDISTRICT,
IE COJMMION PLE AS.
John B. Gordon, )Declaration in
ios. N. Perrin. P leas.
T- H Plaintiff' in the above case. having thsis
-iday (dletfhi, decltaratione int my office, and
a the Defendanthlaving neither Wir'e or Attor
-ney kntown to reside withine the litmitse of the
e State.on whom a copy of the same with a rule
to plead cain he served, on tuotiotn of Batuske't,
PlaintiOs Attorney. it is ordered, that the sanid
'Defendant do sppear and plead to said dec
laration within a year and a day from tlte date
hereof, or judgment will be awarded against
d him by default.G.BCN c.cF.D
n THUS. G AOc .D
-, Clerk's Ofifice, Oct 17th 1845 ly 319
1 . M LareSpasniin(W. 4. H.
-! t 10- M. Spanish (L Valedos)
10 M%. do (R.P. M1.)
r 5 M .lmpermal liegalins, ('-Vennts.'')
of Just received, and fo'r sale by
SIBLEY & CRAPON
knership in the: practice of Law and
Isquity for.Edgefield. OnA or thee tiner
will attend the Courts of Abbeville, Barn
Iwell and New -erry.
s' Office at Edgefield C. H1. -
-N L. GRIFFIN,
State of South Carolina,
IN COMMON PLEAS.
A. W, Wiggins, )
vs. } Attachment.
Elijah Byne. J
T1HE Plaintiffs in the above cases having
this day filed their declarations in my of
fice,and the Defendant having no wife or Attor
ney known to reside within the limits of the
State, on whom a copy of said de:larations
wiih a rule to plead can be served: It is there
fore ordered, that the said Defendants does
appear and plead to the said declarations.in a
year and a day from the date hereof, or find
and absolute judgment will be awarded against
him by default.
C TiOS. G. BAON, c. c. r:
Clerk' Office, May 14, 1845. ly 16
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Verity Farmer, -
vs. Harmon Hust Attachment.
and E noch Byne.
Moore & Davis;
Emily H. Tubman,
T IE Plainti in the above cases, barmy
this. day filed their declarations in m,
office, and the defendants having neither Wives
or Attorneys known to reside within the limits
of the State, on whom i copy ofsaid declara
ions with a rule to plead can be serven: It is
theiel'ore ordored, that they do appear and
plead to said declarations within a ,year ,nd a
day froiwthe date hereof, or in default thereof
final and absolute jmin ments.will he awarded
agaiist them. T1HOS. G. BACON,c. c P.
May 12. 1845 ly
State of South Carolina.
EDG EFIELD DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
vs. Dec'n,in Attachment
Robert Little. 1
vs. ' Detlatation in
Enoch Byne .'. - Attachment.
ind Harman Hust.J
,A . og Declaration in Attachment
vs. Decla'n. in Attarkment.
Va. . S Dec'n. in Attachment
Wm. Hanes, .
,IIec'tion in Atti.hm'ont
Benjamin E. Gillstrap. )
vs. } D'elaratioe in
Enoch Byne a-nd Attachment.
Elijah Byne. j
Andrew Iterrand '
John Kerr, I Declaration
E . Attachnienit
James S. Brown, Decidi dien -
s.'. n - -
Enoch Bv e and . Attachrt.
Harmon o nIist. )
B. B. Miller, '
vs. Dec.in Attath-ent.
vs. Dec. in Atlachamin.
vs. , Declaration in
E nor h Byni' and Attachment. -
Elijuah Byne. J
vs ~ Decla'tion in Altta'n.t
John WV. Rlheney,)~
vq-* Dcclaraton ia
Enischi lyne and Attachmecnt.
lIar:nlon1 linst. J
Thom~ias G. Jordan,)
vs. 'Declaration in
s nochs Byne and Attachmecnt.
Wms~. D. Stone, 3
vs. , Dclaration in
Enochi Bynte anid , Attachment
Ilarmnon Ilust. J
Ilenry S. Iloadley, Declaration
Enioch Byne. Attachment.
T1 lIE Flaintif1e in the above cases, having
thIis day filed theii Declairationas ini tmy
e tlice.and the Deferedamis having iteitlier IWives
nor Attorney's knowin 10 residie within the
liits of' the State on whomi a 'copy of said
Declarations with ai rulle to plead can he ser
ved: It is therefore ordered. that the said De
edatad~uo appeni and piead to the said dec
larations wibhin at year anid a dlay from the date
hereof. or final anid absolule judimeint will be
awarded n'gainist tilem by default.
THOS. G. I$AON, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office, May 6th, 1845. 16
May 14 ly
State of South Carolina,
iN '11iE CO.ViMONV PLEAS.
S. C. Condlei & Co.)
E. C. R.-emer.
T HE Plainti'ffst in the above stated ease
hmvirp this (lay filed his declaration
ionin.y office, on motion of 1-. R. o-pann.
Esq., it is Ordered. 'That Ihe said De
fendant do appear and plead 1o the
said declarati n, nithin a 3 ear and al
dav from the dale hereof, or in defatuli
thereof final andl abisolute jtudgmient wvill
awaorded ag~ninsi him..
THoS. G. BACON, c.c.c. r.
Clerk's Office, A pril 14, 1846. 12 ly
State of South Caruolinha.
iN TILE C')MMON PLE AS.
William T Smi:h, Iindorser, Declaration
as. n At
John Swanson. 3tachment
r s. >Declarat ion in Attachment.
The Same. '
TI 1El Plaintiff in the above cases, having
this day filed his Declarations in my sof
flce. and the Defendant having lneithcr Wife
nor Attorney, known to res'idervithin the limits
of the said State, on whom n eopy of maid dec
larationis with a ruie to -plead thereon can he
served, on motion of' h Gray. Plaintiffs- A;
torney, it is ordered. that -the -said' Dfefidant
appear and plead to thiesaid Declarations within
a year and a day, from the. date hereof', or
judgment will be awarded against'him-by do
fault T. G. BAGON; C. E..'D,
Cletrk's Ofie,. April 20, 1846 ~~l 1.
07We are audtorited to annoonco ' " .
WOkN HILL as ,a candidate for niinary r:at
the next election .:tit'
g'.We are anthorized td a=
nounce N. L. GRIFFIN Esq a a :.irn '
didate for the Senate, at the ensnisg elec
[ion. -. .f,
Feb 95 = to 5
r. We are .autioi'i tdI ai
nounce Col. JOHN BAUSKE T s a
Candidate for the Seratat the ensuiag
election. Feb 15 'ti .
We are autioriked t an
nounce :apt T. J. HIBBLER;Esq =s e
eandidat, for the Senat ,at thiiFensu 6
election. March .4 te*' .-- 6
!bWe are authorized to' annoonice$
C. YANCEY, as a candidute'fr the: ILegia
tut e, at the ensuing ele~tion- Jan 26.':e- 1 -
We are authorised to announce Col..P
. INoos'. as a candidate for tre Hoose -
at the ensui.sg election. Feb-5% 't5;
We are authorized to aunpbe.JOHN
DOBY. Esq., as a candidate forte~e.
gislature at the ensuing election. -
February 4 .-_ 2 2
We are authorized io' announce Da-'
IEI-oiLAN D, Esq., as a-candidate fo iihe
House of Representmaives, at the inusing.
election. Feb: 25 . .i 5
We arc antborized io announce Oluv
TOWLES,' Esq., as ;..candidate for the
House of Representatives, at tie ensuing
election Feb 25 - . te- - 4
We are authorized to, annotine Cot.
ARTHUR atIMPKItl as a candidate flhe
House of Represeuiative; it tihe ensnint
Feb 25 to 5
We are authorized to: announce 7J0HN .
WL-.VER, Esq.: as a candidate for the Hound' -
of Repescntatiies, at the ensuing election
March 1" to .
(Q* We are authorized' to announce
M. GRAHAM. Esq', as a candidate :for ,
Ordinary of Edgefield District; at the
(F7The friends of SAMPsoIr B. bAla
annu:cehim as a cnndidate for *he:Office
of Tax Collector at the next election.
Ort.30 i 40d.
O: The friends of EDiMUND-Mo HHSa
Esq.. announce him as a candidate forthe
office of Tax Collector at the next electio
Nov 6. -f = 41.. -
We are uiithorized to annooi GeO'nG ,
J Sur:PPARD as a candidate for-theyoffic
of Tax Collector, at the next electioed,..
T'he friends of Cl.3 JotuATT ,;' -
nwt announce hin as a candidate forib
ofile of Tax Collector, at the neit ele
tion. Sep 3 .t 32
(Q The. friends of' Lieut. JiaiE B '
HARaIs, announce him as a andidsteo(
he oIlice of tax Collector atith nex elcd
I t0f.. .. - -
(7'Wo are autiorized to announto -
MA iHIAL .R. SIlTH asa candidate.
for Tax Collector at !ife next. iction.
1"tie fi'edds o aj
atnuouc6U hti as a ncotfdi
Collecttee ensuj gelect o
Nov. . 4
~Q" We e -author'ired' to announe'
LEv I R: ~Wn.so, as a candidate for.uly"
Office ofTax Col ector at thernext election
Pebl. 26 e
To the Independent Voters of
Edgefie- ld District !!
Fellow Ciliidns :--Contrary to the ad
vice and wishes of my friends Ioffer' my
self as a Candidate for the office of :Tra
Colleeior, and solicit your s:Itfrages;. If.
elecrttd. which I dJo not eipect io be, I will
iischarge the duties ol the offi1ce to the best
o' nmy abilitid. .. -
J0 HN J. McCOLILOUGif.
Seprember 10 dc 33
iN THEL COMMON PLEAS. -
Johna B. Goruden )
Joseph 31. Perry.
Alex. J. La*fon
Joseph M1. Perry.)
Tl H E Plaintiff's having this day filed
tI~heirD Dclarations in the above stated
eases in my office. It is therefore, Ordered,
that the Defendant do appear and plead to
the said Declarations within a year und a
day from the date hereof, or in-defauit
thereof final and absoluae judgments will
be given and awarded against the said
Defendant ina both 'he above stated cases
THOS G. BACON, c. c. p
Clerk's Office,28th April,184.5.
April30 14 ly
state of South Carolina.
James Eidson, A pplicant. vs. - 'Summons
James Rodgters & wife Saraht, - - in a -4
Sama't Eidson ad otheas Def'ts. Part in;
IT appearing to my satisfacetion that Gideon
B. alter, W.illiam Salter. Boyce Eidson,
Willtiam Eidson, Rowland Eidson,'Larkin
Norwood and wvife . Elizabeth, Hamphreys
Eidson. WViley Eidson and Allen Eideondises
b,-yond the limits of this St'ate, it 'is tlieretpra
ordered, that they do appear ~and. object to
the sale or division of the-Ren t Estate-f-:Jfs.
Eidson. Senr., deceased, on or' before:the
first alonday in June next,.: or .their consent
to the same will he entered of record.
Given utnder my hand, at mny office, 281h
March.4 12v -,
State of South Car olina,
IN COMMON P1LEAS .
Davis B. Iladley, .-Aeciet
Joseph..'i. Perry.- I.
Thomas. Davis, - --~
vs. - - - AtLachman?
Joseph M. Perry. ' - '
T H E Plaintiff's in the above casesitatt
this day filed their delaratoan m
fice, and the Derpndants havting neathetW:ne
or. A ttiirneys-known toreside willip .lpii
of tihe State',.on nion a copfy ofid hca
t ions, with 'a rule to ?lead carn be servieI~
therefdre'ordeed; that the said Dele~J~
.defaalttthereof nal and imabhitejidyentt?-*y .
- -.THOS.-GiBACON c 'o.-P
- Clerk's Offices May.l32,.184
May1 M y 10