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->rom the o'uughheepme 't'elegraph.
It surely should be the object of every
wise and good being, to promote, as far as
in him lies, friendly feelings and inter
course among mankind. And perhaps
-nothing contribute more to this great and
-grand result, than friendly salutations.
The friendly nod of the head, the warm
.grasp of the hand, with a countenance ex
.pressing-friendly -regard, have a powerful
'effect. 4. truth, it is this which often
-raises men above committing crime. I1
we thus show our fellows that 'e consid
er them worthy of our esteem and re.
pect, it begits in them an inclination anti
desire to merit such esteem, respect au-l
couidence, by honorable and virtuous ac
tionis. Do any doubt this? Then they
a e ignorant of the promptings of bumai'
nature ; and are therefore to be pitied,
.because their opportunities have been
,satali. But on the contrary, what effect
.does it have on men to pass by them, in
ic street, of on the public highway,
without bestowing on them even as much
notice as we would upon the dog, or even
the. wallowing swine ' Does not such no
act say, in language not to be mistaken,
e our f ellow mortals--(to ! thou des
piied of the human species ! thou art to
tli y unfit for the society of men, and uu
wo:thy of the least notice from the lords
of creadon.!" Under the etTeets of such a
debasing, brutalizing sting. is his heart
not fli!ed alternately with grief, misanthro
py and crime ? Who will deny it ? It
wouade his friendly sensibilities-fills his
soul w:tb grief,for the aristocratical baugh
,tiness of his telloo man-blunts his mural
-and virtuous inclinations-produce hatred
to mankind-debases the whole mind
.and renders the man miserable, and capa
-ble of committing crime. F.rienJly feel.
-iugs and salutations have a direc:Jy con
crary elect. Friends, if this be not all
true, take what is, act upon it, I entreat
Be friendly to your fellow beings. Es
pecially let this be the case, until they
ahase proved themselves un worthy of your
respect and confidence. Even in a selfish
.poiat of view, you will loose .nothiug.
Butyou will gain the friendship and love
of your fellows. Do you consider the
friendship, love, respect ,and approbation
of the rest of mankind valueless ? Poor
soul-! then you are to be pitied !
I' have frequently been pained to see
people so very cold in their salutations.
They will perhaps affect to have their at
tention on some other object, and give one
or two fingersinstead of the whole hand.
And even some, who make considerable
pretensions to "good breeding," present
the left hand instead of the right, and
with a careless - look some other way.
This is saying, by as act, to the person
they salute, "I am better than thou !"
It is in fact, an insult; and you had better
never salute another than to present the
left hand,: (Do not.say this is an "old
wife's fable.") But why do people act
thus ? Is it because "the left hand is
Dearest to their hearts," as they sometimes
say? . Verily it ie: for na are assured by
Divine Inspiration, that "A wise man's
heart is at his right side, but a fool's
heart is at his left," and fools, of course,
are fit subjects for our pity. I hope these
few hints will benefit some, at least.
TRIAL FOR MURDEI(.
The trial of Richard, slave of Robert
R~owand, charged with the murder of
Maria, also the slave of Mr. R.,wand, took
place at the City Hall yesterday, at 11
A. M. The Court consisted of:
T, 0. EntLorT, Esq. Maitrates.
-Gco. W COOPER, Esq. Mas
C. A. MAowooD, )I
R. R. BEE,
ABEL McKEE, y Freeholders.
C. L. HarrOLDT, 9
RicenM Gotosantsl. )
B. C. PaEssLar, Attorney for the State.
W. D). PoRTER, Esq. Counsel for tho
We forbear, on the recommendation of
the Court of Magistrates and Freeholders,
to publish the evidence in ibis case, as
there is a trial pending before the Court
of General Sessions against Mrs, Elisa
Rowand, the mistress, oun the same charge,
and much of the testimony before the
Magistrates Court being inadmissible in a
Court of higher jurisdiction, we think it
Incprrect to prejudice the public mind.
The unanimous charge of the Court to
thie Freeholders upon the evidence, was
that they wete to consider and make up
tneir minds from the facts detailed by the
witnesses, whether or not the prisoner was
guilty ot having struck the blows which
-ved~ fatal, as if they were not satisfied
-were inflicted by him, but by
. R.&nd, he must be acquimed.
iei also charged the F~reeholders
*ed unequivocally upon the law,
mverer .1 slave in the presence and
1i a h;is owne~r committed an un
a* a .,c. va imurder or other crime, that
t"was ibe ,oere instrment of his owners
ne'ity, and having no will of .his own,
could not he amenable to the punishment
* of the law. a all such cases the owner
was to he regarded as the guilty party,
and upon him the vindicatory part of the
law must fall. In this case, af they, from
the evidence came to the conclusion that
Richard had even inflieted the fatal blow,
being- under the control and order of Mrs.
Rowand, and that the testimony made out
the killing to be murderous, the .owner.
was guilty of murder, and the slave must
The Freeholeers, under thes charge of
the Court, merely retired a sullicieni timoe
to write the verdict "Not GUILTY," which
was concurred in by the presiding Ilagis
irates, and Richard was discharged.
SELLINVG OFF A T COST
fanad o lfumbug.
AT TilE OLD ORIGINAL UHEAP CASH
T ~HE abscrilter being desirons ofrshowing
thie pnblic that hes will selil chenp, off'ers
the whole ofbis rettaining Stock AT COST,
congitinag of egory article kept in a country
Store; he thinks it tiseless to make a long Prie
:rt. n ut onl say, coeand see, if you
jD" The following gentlemen are announced
by their friends as candidates for the Office of
Tax Collector, at the ensuing election:
Col. JOHN QUATTLEBUM,
GEORGE J. SHEPPARD,
SAMPSON B, MAYS,
Lieut. JAMES B. HARRIS,
Maj. S. C. SCOTT.
Maj. MARSHALL I. SMITE,
LEVI E. WILSON.
g The following gentlemen are announced
by their friends as candidates for the office of
Ordinary, at the ensuing election.
Col. JOHN HILL,
Capt. W. L. COLEMAN.
MVount 'illisng Settlement
IN consequence of the dissolution of the firm
of LaHsEra & BROTHERS, we have con.
eluded to sell all the GOODS, kept now at our
Store at Mount Willing, for a few weeks only,
Below New York Cost.
Come one, come all, who want to get such
bargains, as there never were offered before
in this District, and don't wait too long, as the
time and the chance will be short.
L. & M. LEHMAIER.
Mt. Willing January 20th, 1847.
january27 3t I
07To all whom it may
A LL Persons whose Notes we hold can
settle them with us only until the
10th February. Return day being the
13th. A. BLAND,
W. P. BUTLER.
January 27 1 at
State of. South Carolina,
T OLLED before meliy James Swearingen
living near the Pine House, on the road
leading from Edgefield C. H. to Aiken, one
BAY HORSE. with left hind foot white. a
small nick out of the back part of the right
ear, some saddle marks on his back, shod all
round, no other marks perceivable; supposed
to be nine or ten years old, and appraised at
C. W. PRESLEY, M. E. D.
february 3 iam4n 2
GRAY & GOODM4N re.
spectfully inform their friends
and the citizens of Edgefield
Village. that they. have again
entered into copartnership. for the purpose of
carrying onthe BUTCHERING BUSINESS.
in all its branches. They intend to supply the
Market with best BEEF, MUTTON, and
PORK, that the State affords. All of which
willi be sold on reasonable terms, and Books
seuled up quarterly.
C. M. GRAY,
W. W. GOODMAN.
january 20 2t" 52
STATE OFSOUTH CAROLINA
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
BY JOHN HILL.. Esquire. Ordinary
of Edgefield District:
Whereas, William Mathews, hath ap
plied to me for Letters of Administration,
on all and singular the goods and chattels,
rights and credits of James Mathews, late
of the Dristict aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore,to cite and admon
ish all and ingular, the kindred and credi
tori of dhe said deceased, to bie and appear
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said Distrier, to be holden at Edge.
feld Court Hiouse, on the 12th day of Fe
hruary inst., to show cause, if any, why
the said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal, this the
28th day of January, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and for.
ty seven, and in the seventy first year of
JOHN HILL, a. E. D.
f'ebruary 3 2t 2
T HE undersigned respectfully announce
to their friends and the public generally,
that they have formed a cospartnersh ip, under
the name of
GOODE & &TULIPV
for the purpose of transacting a mercantile bu
siness, and will keep on ban d at the Store ra'
cently occupied by S. F. GooDE, a general
Fatsacy anad Siable Dry) Goods,
Hardware, Crockery. Groceries. Saddlery,&c
&c,comprising all articles usnally kept in a
country store, which they will sell upon accom
modating terms, and the hope by strict atten'
tion to business, to mnerit ahlberal share of pub'
lie patronage. S. F. GOODE,
J. B. SULLIVAN.
January .ut. 1841.
The Subscriber takes this opportunity of
returningr his thanks to his old friends and cus
toers, for former ravors, and to solicit, for the
new firm of GonDE & SUtIVAN, acontinuanlce
of their patronage.. 8. F. GOODE.
January 1st. 1847. tf 50
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Ann F. Willhams and
Tabitha Martin, B f
Freeman G. Martin, Partition, 4'c.
James W. Caldwell and
wife Frances, &r others. )
IT appearing to my satisfaction, thatthe do.
fendants James WV. Caldwell, and wife
Frances; reside beyond the limits of this State.
On mnotion of Griffin andiBonham, Comp Iain
ant's Solicitors,Ordered, that the said!Jme
W. Caldwell and wife Frances, do appear and
plead, ariswer or demdr to this bi , within
thr'ee months from the publication of this order,
or that the maid bill be taken pro confesso against
them. S. S. TOMKINS, c. z. z. w.
Commisioner's Office, Edgefield C. H. (
January 22, 1847.
january 27 3m 1
ALL person. having, demands againist the
essate of David Richardson, are request.
ed to present them immediately, properly at
tesed, and all debtors of the estate, are required
o make prompt payment, as the affalirs of the
estate are about to be closed.
JAS- M. RICHARQSON;,
J-AS. S. GUIGNARD-,
Southern Baptist Review,
T is proposed to publish in this place a 0
Quarterly Review, adapted to the wantsof i
Baptists in the Soutbern States. Of the -un.
portance of such an enterprise,. we presume -a
there can be no doubt. Hithe ,' we have i
been content to trust to the nrnwj.fora large
portion of our. religious literatui -With the s
exception of weekly -newspapers/scarcely any 1
;publications have been issued by Southern
Baptists. with a view of keeping pace hvlthibe
intellectual advancement of the age. The di:
rection of opinion' upon subjects of great im
portance and of peculiar interest to us has been
committed to other, and often hostile hands;
and publications have been circulated among
our churches containing sentilae:#te adverse to
our institutions, and prejudicaalto ourclhristiai
character It is time that we should think and i
write for ourselves.
The Review will contain articles on itnpor
tant subjects; reviews and notices of iterary
and religious works, as well as otherintereit,
ing and valuable matter. It will be ablished
quarterly at $3 a year, payableenthe dislivery
of the first number.
. To those who take t, Index, thPWodical
Library, or the denominational pa pet? tblished
in the State in which they reside, it will be
put at $250 the year.
Four will make' an octavo volume of 600
The. Review will be-publ'shed by Rev. So
sepa S. Baker, and edited by Rev. J. L. Rey
nolds, Professor of Biblical Literature, Mercer
Thehrst number will appear in April.should
the enterprise meet with the encouragement
which is confidently expected.
january 20 A4t 52
T HE undersigned takes this opport-aniay
of tendering his thanks fr the liberal pa'
tronage he has received, during tltejshort time
he has been in Edetield. and would respect.
folly solicit a continuance of thia"mne. 1H0 is
now grepared to carry "e 7ae *abv" ba;
in all its branches:
Light Bread, Rusk, flut ttar Craenrs.: r
Crackers, Water '. rackers, iMdilkicBiscuite.
Wine Biscuits. Sugar Biscuits,*oand and
Sponge Cake. Washington CaIgdr Taylor
Cakes, Weddlng and Party Cakes, Ginger
Bread, &c. &c.
Fresh CANDIES of alt kirds made to order,
and at the shottest possible notice:.
S. P. 'IELD
january 20 ,, . 52
.1Pedrai A otcer'.
D RS. READY & YOUNGBLOOD hav
iang associated themselves togetner. in
the practice of Medicine and Surgery. are pre'
pared to visit the sick at alltimes. Dr. Iteady
can be fonnd at his residence, and Dr. Young
blood, at Mt. Willing
January 5, 1847. tf . 50
A FEMALE TEACIILIt. to tale charge
of a small School, for the eniuing year.
The location of the School is near,. the road
leading fron Edgefield Court Housetno Aiken,
One that can come well recom iidad will
meet with employment at a reasonable salary.
Application may be made through the- Post
Office, Edgefield, or to either of the subscribers
Nov 2, 1846 tf41
eFIore .Wew Goodsi.
L _&.. E,PENN.h.e-uis~ "cai
. from New.York, i very. handsome lot
of FANCY GOODS. and also a complete as
sortment of Worsted Goods for Ladies Dresses,
Plaid French terinues..0ubre Cashmier',
Figuered do., \l aislin de -Laine Shawls,
Pla-d do., Mezp:;p'a do., Cnslhmire do.,
Gala Plaid, black Lcividere do, very large
Black (ro de Ihite Silk.
Double widtha do. a v'ery snperior article,
Together with many other desirable airticles,
all of which will be sold hieap. .
niovemaber 25 tf 441
J UST RIECEIVED, from the Philadelphia
Manufactory, a large assoramniit of
Silk and Cotton UMBRELL AS,
from 30 cenats to $10. A fewv of the Walking
Cante Umaibrellus, a new and curious article.
n nswvering the double pu1rpose-' a hasndsomne
Walking C.,ne and spleadid Umbrella.
G. L. & E. PFNN.
november 25 tf 44
AND sPENCER'at PILLS & itESTORATIVE BiTv ERS.
The following Certif.cate is (roan Tobias Fol
soan, Esq.. or Kershaw Dist. S. C.
Kersksat District..S. C., June 2d, 1 840.
I HA AVE used an my f'amily' Spececr's Piuls,"
for two years past, and durmtat timte
my confidence in theer snperioraity over ev'my
other similar preparatio n within my kniowledhge
has been constantly increa.,ing; I nowu esteemaa
them to be the best cathartic Pills in nse. From
my earliest remeanberance I have been affict
ed with Sick Head-ad'Je and Cost weness, and~
for a number of years past have been tryjini
various advertized remedies, among others;
Beckwith s, Len's and Peters' Pills; bait f'ai'eu
to obtain any permanent relief, natill Jan. 5,
at which time Dr. Spencer's Agent left nie
some or his Pills; recommendmig toe to try
them for any complaint. I did so; and by their
suiperior actiona up~on the morbid matter an.
their mild yet effectnal purgative. properties
they so cleansed my stomach anud bowels that
they remove'd both the head-ache aand its canse
andl gave me certain tand sp~eedy rejlief:. My
mother-in-law has also used them with sa'css;
in the samre 'complainit wivi.h she has ead; so c
severe as to throw her into spasms and convuil
sions, being obliged it: these cases to resort to e
cupping and othier severe appha'atimns..I have -
also made freqgnent arid constant use nf'these 1
Pills in my family. in cases of Boiwel Com-.
plaint, bronght on by the too free indutlgenace
an use of Berries and Frttit, atnd in ALLr CASES
with success. In short I have- never known
of their failure in any disease which they arc ;
recommended to cure, for which I havo known j
of their being tried, if their use was persevered ,
.in, and directions strictly followed;' a
For sale by y. 1). .TIBBElTSd,-- a
january20 Im .H 52 .
ALL persons indebted to thme esitte of Aza
. rinh Abney,dec'd., are requested to make e
immediate payment, aund those having de' a
nmands to present them properi y attested. n
JOfHN HfILL, Adm'r.
january 6 . - .. tif 50
'LL persons indebted io the estate of Sam'
4. net Stalnaker, der'd., are requested to J
ake immediate payment, and thoso having nr
denands, to- present ther properly attested. di
JOHN Hi,, Adrn'r.
+..,.ryG er r50
TH IS Medicine has already proved itself to
e all that it has been recommended, by those
rho have given it a fair test in this country.
ad the demand for it increases daily. We
ave just heard of an important cure of Asth
ia,which has been effected by the use of it in
neighboring town-the-cage was that of a fe
rmle, who had for a long titry'been under the
ate of a physician. but,had received -no relief,
rid her case was considered hopeless.- As a
ast resort she purchased .. bottle of Dr hayne's
xpectorant, which caused her to expectorate
reely, gradually eased her cough, and rapidly
estnred.her to health. We have no hesita
ion tn sayi g. that this preparation of Dr.
ayne, for the cure of Coughs, Colds. Iniuen
a. Asthma. Consumption. &c., is the most
aliable medicine ever offered to the American
mublic. There is no quackery about . it-Dr.
ayne is one of'the most skilful practisingphy
icians in Pennsylvanta, and wherever his va
ions preparations have been thoroughly tested,
te is looked upon as a great public benefactor.
-Somerset (Maine) Journal.
R. S, ROBERTS, sole agent, Edgefleld
,ourt House, S. C.
February 3 3t 2
American Hair Dye.
Warranted, if strictly -applied according to
lireclion. to change the hair from ANY other
:olonr to a beautilul Auburn, or a perfectly jet
flack. without staining or irritating the skin
ike other Hair Dyes.
Prepared only, by Dr. D Jayne, 20 South
L'hird street. Philadelplria. Price 50 cents
R.'S. ROBERT'S is Dr. Jayne's only agen
it Edgefield Court House,
Beware of Couits! efner
January 6 3t 50
T O THE FAITHLESS!
If any doubt the wonderful powers of
DR. CULLEN'S INDIAN VEGETA BLE
PANACEA,' we invite them to call upon Mr.
Isaac Brooks. Jr., Jefferso street. fourth door
vest of Schnylkill Sixth street, below Locust.
td learn frot his own lips ol one of the most
tstonishing cures of Serofila.ever performed
in a human being-or call at the reidence of
i tuither, Eleventh n'. Vime :at. Sold
ry JO. 't .
376 Market street, Philadelphia.
T. S. ROBERTS, Agent, Ettgefteld C. 11
4:,.: t, Carolina.
JttnawiG 3t 50
Worms in Chidren !!
Of all dt-eases to which children are expo
red, tione are so tatal to them as worms. Un
ortunately, children are seldom free from
hem. and as they utuitate the symptoms of al
most every ot er complaint, they often pro
lce alarming effects without being suspect
ed. Worms are not only a cause of disease
themselves but by their irritation aggravate all
ther diseanes, wandering from one part ofthe
body to the other, winding themselves up iuto
arge halls. and obst ructing the bowels and fre
quently the throat. causing convulsions, and
too oft'en death. The desired remedy will be
found iti Dr. Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge-which
will vary soon destroy the worms, and invigo
rate the powers of digestion, so as to prevont
a return of them.
Consumption. Cough. Spitting Blood, &rc.
To Consumptives. Four-fifths of you are really
affering fr..tn neglected colds, or an obstruc
tion and consequent inflammatipn of the deli.
ate lining of those tihes thro' which the air
we breatheis distributed to every part of the
Ings. This obstruction produces pain and
soreness, henrseness, cough., difficulty of brea
thing, hectic~ fevei. and a spitting of blood,
-na.u-rLor phlegm. which :finally exnnst the
strgtt of the patient. and death ensues.
Jyne's Expectorant never fails-to reriove this
bstruction,.and produces the most pleasing
wit happyresnlt. It is certain in its effects,
id cannot fail to relie'v .
. R. S. ROBERTS. sole Agent, at Edgefield
C. I.. Sou: h Caroli na.
jannary 13 51
A!..\lM Wi'IT~ICRAFT oUTrDONL.,
ir. TV. Ro~awand-Deamr Sir-r-or fonr or
Fve years I hive suhl'ered greatly fronm Rhent
intism in my head, which during the last yc:mr
ecmne worse anid worse. For four or five
weeks previous to, the 15th ittst., I had suffered
vitontt inmrmisston, my general healtht was
nuch iimpaited, miv sight injured, and mny head
o sensitive, that I could scarcel3 rest it upon
he pillow. Twvo days since, a single applica
'ion of your "M~AGIC LOTION," relieved tme
'tirly in tw.o or three minutes. I have ap.
plied it occasionally since, attd the soreness is
early gone: So great atnd sudden was the
btange, that I can sctarcely toalize that I am
he same mant.
I have also entred one of my c~hildren, and a
1-male friend of hetadachte in two or three mitn
So great in my confidenee in tho "MAGIC
~CTON' that I would not be without a bot
e for f iy t imecs its cost."
Y iurs re'spectfully,
JACOB W. SOUDERl,
No. 3950 Market stueet
Philadelphia, January 17th, 18-46.
Preparedl attd sold! Whlolesale and Retail, by
. T Rowand, 376 Market street..
It S. IROBERtTS, Agent, Edgefield C. H.,
*'cember-1o 3t 47
07' Female Beauty..
CULPA BLE NEGLECT-Ithas been ob
erved by visiters from all othter coutntries, as
well as by persotns of -the best cultivated
uite in tais. that in no' country is there .i larg
r class of fejale beattty and excellence, than
tthis city. Yet. while the shoe-fitter. dress
aker, antd milliner are.engaged in adorning
nature's b'est gift to tn:un." onie part appears
most totally negleced-the liair. H-ow of.
in do the ravages ofedisease lay waste the del
:ate form of the fair anud beauttifitl, and thotugh
estored to health again, yet the se flotwing locks.
rtich once adorned their hteads. fall off, and
ever again re turn to their original beauty. It
linconceivable how any rerson, mote espe'
ially a lady, can miaiifeqt so much neglect
n this point. whlent a inever lirihinag rein
rv" can ne obtained at No. 8 South Third
reet. Phtiltadel.ihia~and asking for Dr. J'vne-a
hir Tontic, whiech will perfectly restore this
aly ieglected part of female beautty.
What is .a dollar ot two to complete the
rowningT point of female beanutyi
Brchciis. Coughr, Consumption.-Thon
ulhds die'annually wvith the. above diseases.
:yne's Expectorant never fhils to relieve, anid
ermaently cures nine out of ten who use it
R. S. ROBERTS.:as Dr. Jaynce only Agent
Edgefield C H , South Carolina.
janu ary 27 St I
LL Persons having demands against the
.estate of Henry Carr, dec'd., ate request.
Ito present them Jegally attested, and thoes
debted are reqgnested to make immediate pay
en. THOS. LAKE, Administrator.
June 3 tf 101
LLpersons indebted to the estate ofiWil
liham Walton, dec'd., are requested .o
ake immiediate payment, and those havmng
mands, to present them pro'perly attested.
JOHN HILL, Adm'r.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Charles Swan, -
vs. CA. SA:
Enoch T. Davis. -
NOC fH T. DAVIS who is now in the
custody of the Sheriff of Edgefield Dis
tri. by virtue of a writ of capias ad satisfa
diendum, at the'suit of Charles Swan, having
filed his.petition with a schedule on oath of his
whole estate and effects, with the purpose of
obtaining the benefit of the Acts of-the General
Assembly, comronly called the insolvent
debtors Acts public no.ice'isherebygien that
the petition of the said Enoch T. Davis will be
heard and considered in the Court of Common
Pleas, at Edgefield Court House, on the first
M onday in March next,er on such other day
as the Court may order during the term. con
meneiig on the first Monday in March next,
and till the creditors of -the esid Enoch T. Da
vis are herby seimmoned personally or by at-.
torney then and -there in said Court to show
cause, ifany they can, why the benefit of the
Acts aforesaid should not be granted to the said
Enoch T. Davis, upon his executing the.-assign
ment required by the Acts aforesaid.
THOS. G. BACON, c. E. P.
Clerks Ofice, Nov. 39 45 3m
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
us. CA. SA.
LI1 HOLLIDAY, who is now in the cns
tody of the Sheriff of Edgefield District,
by virtue of a writ of capias ad respondendum,
at the suit of Bailey Corley, having filed his
petition, with a schedule upon oath, of his
whole estate and effects, with the purpose of
obtaining the benefit of the Acts of the Gene
ral Assembly, commonly called the Insolvent
Debtors Acts. . Public notice is hereby given,
that the petition of the said Eli Holliday, will
be heard and considered in the Court of Com
mon Pleas. at Edgefield Court House, on the
First .M onday in Mlarch next, or on such other
day as the Court may order during the terin,
commencing on the First Monday in aarch
next. at said place. and all the creditors ofthe
s-id Eli Holliday, n're hereby summoned, per
sonally. or by attorney, then and there in said
Court, to show cause, if any thiy cati, why the
benefit of the Acts aforesatid. should not be
be granted to the said Eli Holliday, upon his
executing the assignment required by the Acts
aforesaid. THOS. G. BACON. c 't. p.
Clerk's Office, 24th Novr. 1846. 3m 44
STATE[ OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Stewart & Coale,
vs. - CA. SA.
John T. Swann.
JOHN T. SWANN, who is now in the cus
* tody of the Sheriff of Edgefield District, by
virtue of'a writ of capias a. satisfaciendum, at
the sait of Stewart & Coate, having filed his
petition, with a schedule on oath, of his whole
estate and effects, with the purpose of obtain
ing the benefit >f the Acts, commonly called
the insolvent Debtors Acts. Public notice is
hereby given, that the petition of the said Johii.
T.Swann, will be heard and considered in the
Court of Common Pleas, at Edgefield Court
H-louse, on the First Monday in March next,
or on such other day as the Court may order,
during the term, commencing on the first Mon
diay in Mlarcjinext, at said place, and all cre
ditors of the said John T. Swann,.are liereby
summoned, per.onally,. or by attorney, then.
and there in said Court. to show cause, if any
they cau,why the benefits of the Acts aforesaid.
should not be granted to the said: John T.
Swann, upona:-bis executin the assignment
required by the Acts aforesaid.
'THOS G. BACON,. c. c. p..
Clerk's Office, 24th Novr.1846. 3m 44
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
iN T HE COMMON PLE AS.
William Tr. Smi'h, Indorser, Decdaraim,
Is. n At
John Swanson. ) achm ent.
s.Dclarat ion in Attachment.
T H tE Plaintiff in thne above cases, having
Ithis day filed his Declarations in moyo
ficee. anid thne Defendant having neither Wife
nor A ttorney,kinown to reside within the limits
of thne said State, on whom a copy of said dec
laraions wvilh a rule to plead thereon can he
srved, on nmotion of iAl Gray. Plaintiffs At.
tornecy, it is ordered, that the said Defendant
appear anud plead to the said Declarations within
a year arid a dlay, from tire dlate hereof, o
judgment will be awarded against him by de
fault. T. G. BACON, C. E. D.
Clerk's OIce, A pril 20, 1846 1y 13
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EDG'EFIE LD DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Williamson Dalton, )Decla:rutionr.
vs. Foreign Attachment.
T JE PhintifF in the above case, having
th is day filed his Declaration in my of
ree, aind thne Defendant haying neither wvife
nor attorney, known to reside within the limits
of this State, onr whom a copy of said Declarra
lion, with a rule to plead, can be served On
n.otion of air. Yancey, Plaintifi's attorney, or
dered, that the said Defendant appear and plead
to the said Declaration, within a year and a
day from thne date hereof, or judgment will be
awarded against him by defaulk.
THJO. G. BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Edgefield C. H. 24th Sep. 1848.
september 30 ly 36
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
S. C. Coudict & Co.)
vs. Dec. in Atach'nt.
E. C. Reemer.
TlIE Plaintiffs in the above stated case
Ihaving this day filed his declaration
in my office, uin motion of [H. R. Spann,)
Esq.. it is Ordered, That the said De
fendant do appear and plead to the
raid declarati n, within a year and a
day from the date hereof, or in default
thereof final and absolute judgment will
uwarded against him.
THIOS. G. BACON, c.c.c.v.
Clerk's Office, A pril 14, 1846: 1-ly
1N THE COMMON PLEAS.
latthew Gray, r Declaration
Oliver Simpson, Aftachment.
TI1H E Plaintiff in the above case having
P this day filed his Declaration in my of
lice. On motion of WVigfall, Plaintiff's attor
ney, Ordered. That the Defendantappear and
plead to the said Declaration. wi~tin a year'
rnd a day from the date hereof. orijudgmen
will be entered against him by default.
-THOS. G. BACON, CkerIs,
rlerk's Offa ice dfield C. H.,
STATE OF SOUTH CAR 1 r
EDGE.FIELD DISTR =
1N THE COMMON PLEAS..
II. C. Turner, -
es CA. SA. - --
B. L. Rabon. -
B L. RA BON, who is nowr in ti? ' '
B dy of the etiff of Fdgeeld D
by virtue of a writ.: capias a.fsatisfaciendu4 -
at the suit of H. (.,. Tdtner, having -led'j
petition with a schedule, on oath, of hii "
estate and effects, with the purpose of. ii a .
ig the benefit of the Acts of the General A..
sem'bly, commonly called the Insolvent
ors Ace. Public notice is hereby given;
the petition of the said' B. L. Rabon wil"
heard and considered in the Court-of Comen
Pleas, at Edgefield Court Hottse on tfiePrst
Monday in March ne't. ar on such other day
as the Court may .:der during the terinco ';
mencing an the first Monday in March'next,, -2SiA
at said- place, and all the creditors of the said "
B. L. Rabon are hereby summoned,
ly, or by attorney, then and there, in seidCoue ;
to show cause, if any they can, why thebike=. -"
fit of the Acts aforesaid. should notibe giaien
to the said U. L. Rabon, upon his executitzg
the assignment required by the-Acts afoiefi
TIOS. G. BACON,.c. . ?
Clerk's Office, 24th Novr..1846. 3m 4
STATE OF SOUTH QARO1t N
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT,. -
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
John B. Rountree, -
Vs. - C. S.
Geo, Polatty & John S. Polatty...
GEO. POLATTY & JOHNS POLATE
TY, who ar'e n'6w'in the ieuktody of-the
Sberiff of Edgefield District, by virtue of-a
writ of capias ad satisfaciendum at the suit-of
John B Rountree having filed their petition,
with a.schecdule en oath, of their'whole estate.
and el'e'cts- with the purpose of gbtainingthe
benefit of the Acts of the General Assembly,
commonly called the Insolvent Debtors.Acts. '
Public notice is hereby given, that the petition
-of the said Gen. Polatty and John S..Polatty
will be heard and considered in the Court -of
Common Pleas, at Edgefield Court Houser on
the First Monday ini March next, or on sich
other day as the Court may order during the
term. commencing on the First Monday in
March next, at said place. :aud allthe-ereditors
of the said'Geo. Polatty and John *S. Polatty
are hereby summoned, personally, or bydt
torney; then and there in said Court, to show'
cause, if ariy they can, *hy the benefit. ofilhe
'Actisaforeaid. should not be granted to the
said Geo. Pollatty and John S. Polatty, upon.
their executing the assignment required by the
THOS. G. BACON, c. c. .
Clerk's Office, 24th Novr. J846. 3m 44
State of So'uth Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS..
LIVER SIMPSON, who'is'no.win'tb
O custody of the Sleriff df Edgeffeld Dist
trict. by virtue of a surrender ofhsbai'..unde
a writ of capias ad'satisfacieadum, at the sit.
of Robinson,& Caldwell, having filed his peti
tion with a schedule on oeth of his whole es
tate and effects, with the purpose of obtaining
the benefit of the Acts of the General Asew-.
bly, commonly called the Insolvent Debtors
Acts. Public Notice is.hereby given, thatthe
=aid petition of the said Oliver Simpson, will
tw. heard and considered in tlre.Courtof.Cda
mon Pleas, at Edgefield Court House;-onithe.
First Monday in March:rrnzt, or pa such other
day as the Court may order-during'tilis tetu,
commencing on. theirst Monday n Maih
next. at.soid place; and dl 11i9 c e -foryd
said Gver S iason;'eefihrfiii'nrpied"
personally, or-by attorney, then'and-tlier,4ja
said Court, to-shew cause, if any: :they-irm
wvhy the- benefit of tile "Acts iforsaid;shioutlJ
not be grar ted to the said-Oliver'inpson;ip.
oim his executing the assignment required by
said Acts.. '. -
TIIOM AS' G. BACON, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, Novr.19th, 1846
nov.25 . 3nr 44
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Bland & Butler, C. --
as. - C.S.
R OBERT SAMUEL who is now in time
IIcustody of time Sheriff of Edgefid 'Dis
trmct,by virtue of writ of a capmas ad satisfmcien.
dnm, at time suit of Bland & Butler, having
filed his Petition with a schedule on oath,of
his whole estate and effects, with the purpose
of obtaining the benefit of the Acts of the Gen
eral Assembly, commonly called the insolvent
dmebtors Acts, public notice ts hereby given
that the petitiom of time said Robert Samuel will
be beard anmd consimderdd in the Court of Com
mon Pleas, at Edgefield Court House, on the- .
first Monday mn March next, or ona such othee
day as the Court may order during thme term,
commencing on thme first Monday in March.
next, and all thme creditors ol the. said Robert
Samuel, are hereby summoned persoea'ly or
by attorney, then and there in -said Court; to
show cause if amiy they can, why time benefitof
the Acts aforesaid should not be granted to the
said Robert Samuel uponm his execumtinjg the
assigunment required by the Acts mafores'mmd.
THOS. G. BA CON, c. c. 'r.
Clerk's Office, 24th Nov 1846 3m 44
STATE OF.SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PLE AS.
Wilson Stewart, --
as. - CA. SA.
HENRY SPIR ES t'-ho is now in the cus. -
tody of the Sherift'of Edgefield District,
by virtue of a writ ofecapiax ad satisfaciendun,
at the suit of Wilson Stewart, having Giled bis
Petitton with a schedule on oath of his whole.
estate and effects, wvith the purpose of-obtain.
ini the benefit 'of the Acts commonly called
the insolvent debtors Acts, public notice'is
hereby givcn that the petition of the said Henry
Spires will be heard and considered in the
Court of Common Pleas, at Edgefield Court
H-ouse, on the first Monday in March next,.or
on such other day as the Court may order du.
ring the term, commencing on the first Moliday
in Mlarch next, at said place, and all the cred
itois of the said H enry Spires are hereby sum-.
moned personally ur by attorney, then and
there in said Court to show cause, ifany they
can, wvhy the benefits of the Acts -afordsoimi
should not be gramnted to the said Henry Spires
tupon hmis executing the assignment requirsd
by thme Acts aforesaid.
TH08 G. BACON, c. c. p.
Clerk's Office, 24th Nov 1846 3m' 44
State of South Carolina,
IN THlE COMMON PLE AS.
.S. T :Huges-- Dttartion ~
Pascebal Tillman. Attachment'
T Hfe Plaintiff in the aove esse: having this-'
i.day filed hits declarattor in my office,.aiidl
thme Defendant havin3 neither Wife nor-A
Lorn-ey known to resmde within the limiti'of. -
this Stste, on whom a copy of said Declera- - -
Lion with a rule to plead can be served, on mno
Lion, Griffin, Plaintiff's Attomney, ordered thai
said Defendant mppear and 'plead to semec:
laration within a yearand a day from jhedi
hereof, or judgment will be' awarded naiitsz
him by default. T. G BACON, Clerk.,
Clerk's Office..Tan.-20.1846. 1e. :t~