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lUalc ;uul Fvuiuk Eli(;h BcIiooIn,
Greenwood, Abbeville S. C.
In urging, the claims of the above Institutions to
public patronage, the Trustees present the follow- I
iugconsiderations: They uro located in a Village
well known for the purity of its water, the salu- i
brity of its climate, ami moral diameter of ituiu- I
habitants They are designed to allord a thorough 1
and extensive education, conducted upon rclrgous
principles. Tlioy aro supplied with chemical and
nliil/aunnhint.l .. nul.liud nf mill/.rtlU niul '
n|'|MU?nin, .1 V.UIIII1VI w. I
curiosities, und othor intuns tor illustration, >11 the
various departments of science. They will always
bo furnished with teachers, for whom competency
in ovory respect, is pledged the character of Iho
Greenwood Association aad of the youth Carolina
Tlio TruHtecH will spare no nftiiiB to render fheso
Institutions equal to auy in Ulo State; and whilo
it is their aim to elevate the standard of education,
amplo provision will he iikhA> for the youngest pupil.
A system of classification with regard to capacity
und attainments wifl bo rigidly observed,
theroby roudering it important that pupils enter at
tho begiuuing of the sesxou. Tlio scholastic year
will consist of ton monrfis and ho divided into two
sessiqns: 1st commencing first Monday in Februury,
2ud comiueucixg second Monday in July.
Rales of Tuitiox are as Jotiows, per Session:
malk bc'lioof.. i fkmale school.
l?t class, jgjlB.OO 1st cliiKs, ?15.00
2d do 10.00 I 2d do 10.00
3d do G.00 | 3d do 6.00
Use of I'iano, 2.00
ItrBoard at !$8.00 por mouth, including firewood
JAMF.8 GILLAM. DAVID LEKLY.
JOIIM LOUAN. E. U. CALHOUN.
Nov 3 36 tf
Valuable Negroes for Sale.
A family comprising six likely and unusually valuable
negroes, will bo offered in a lot, at public Bale,
at Abbeville C. H. ou Salo Day in Doceinbcr, to
Snowden (a mulatto man) about 55 years of ago, a
superior cook, coachman, &c.
Anna, his wife, (dark) nbout '12 years of ago,-a
valuable house servant, seamstress, foe.
Maria (mulatto) about 15 years of ngo.
Three children, Hocky, Sarah and Harriet, from
7 to 3 years of ago, brown and very likely.
The family is sold for no fault?they are faithful
and honest. They can be bought previously at
privato sale by application to Capt. Robort Cunningham
in Laurons, or Mr. Edward Noble at Abboville
Tkrms?One half cash ; ono half at one year on
a noto with good surety.
N.B.?The pnrchaser oan altro have Jano (a
daughter of Anna) a v^ry likely mulatto girl, about
18 yearn of ago, at tbo price of $800.
Charleston, Nov. 3 35 5w
riT a rnn\r
Whereas, T K Sproull applies te me to
trant him Letters of Administration on the
Istate of Rieh'd Hogan, dec'd: These are
therefore, to cite the kindred and creditors
of the deceased to appear before me on tho
25th of November instant, to show cause why
said administration should no$ be granted.
Given under my hand this 11th November,
1847 DAVID LESLY,
lHov 17 88 ltr Ordinary
Whereas, Alexander Moore and E Trible apply
to me to grant them Letl^rn of Administration
on the Elstate of Thoa Moore. der.M.i
Those are, therefore, to cite the kindred ana
creditors of the deceased to appear before me
in the Court of Ordinary on the 26th instant,
to shew cause why said administration should
not be granted, Giyen under my hand 12th
Nov., 1847 DAVID LESLY,
Nov 17 88 2w Ordinary.
The State of South Carolina,
ABBEVILLE D1RTRIRT IN BUUlTTf.
William Campbell, vs. Geo. A. Miller,
A A.viJr ?i u
4?.uiii ii vw.| juuu X* iiuivu aim ITI'dl J
T. Herron.?Bill for Relief and Injunction,
It appearing to my satisfaction that John T
Heron and Mary T Heron, two of the Defendantain
the above cage, are absent from and
reside beyond the limits of this ?kate : On
motion, ordered, that they do a'ppnar and
plead, answer or demur to said Bill, within
three months from the publication hereof, or
said Dili will bo taken pro confcsso against
H. A. JONES, c. e. a. d.
Com'rs. office, Nov 15, 1847 38-3m
I will bo at E. Trible's, Esq., on the 20th, 21st
and 22nd of December next, and at Abbeville
Court. Hoimn r>n thn fr?r tJifl nnrnncn n(
collecting the debts due tiic Estate of Joshua
Meachuin, deceased. All those indebted to
said Estate, will do well to call and see me on
one of the above named days.
JAMES MEACHUM, Executor.
N. 13. I will sell the Lands ot said Estate
privately, to suit purchasers, on either of the
above named days. J. M., Ex'or.
Nov 17 38 4t
Jesee Reagin, appl't, v. Cath'q Reagin and
Will be sold, on the first Monday in Decernflfll*
nnvt t lift Pool Rot at a
?"v JJOili^ w' * vui?g ?,ca^ni1
deceased, situate in Abbeville, and contain,
ing 396 acres, on Rocky branch, waters ol
Long Caco, and adjoining Jands of Janata
Drennon, Andrew Weed and others, on a
credit of twelve months. By order of the
Court of Ordinary.
A. C. HAWTHORN, Sheriff.
November 10,1847 37 4t
Martha Alexander vs. ?
v* 111 ue soia, on me nrst Monday in Decern*
ber next, the Real Estate of Andrew Alex*
ander, deceased for Partition, situate in the
District of Abbeville on Bold Branch, and
adjoining lands of Samuel Link and others,
and containing eighty acres, on a credit of
twelve months. By? order of the Court of
Ordinary. A. C. HAWTHORN,
Nov 1,1847 89 3t Sheriff
Neatly and Expeditiously Executed at the office
! Rail Jvoad, or no Rail Hoiid!
PEACE Oil WAR!
j MT. STStAi'^S, Btfc t'oki'^SKiry,
I Has received a large antl splendid assort|
meat of the following FKiiSll CUODi.)
1 which will he sold at very low prices.
Hrown and bleached shirtings from f> cts up,
Do do sheetings ' 1*2 1-2 '
Fancy Prints from 6 1-4 to 2o cents,
Furniture do " 8 " *25 u
Mourning and second mournincr Prints 10
j cents up
Plaid Castillians and English Merinos,
Black Alpacas Irorn 30 cts up,
Mourning mous ?1cj lain 2.r>, 07 nnd 50 cts,
Fancy col'd Jo do do IS 3-4 up,
Tartan pluid Shawls,
Scotch wool do
Ladies and Gents col'd kid and beaver j
do do cravats and scarfs,
do do nilk and linen cambrick !
Linen, Lawns, Silk and Satin.
French and English Broadcloth,
I have an article of French black broad
cloth at #f> per yard worth $7 to #8.
Prtcsimowi S:itlinp|j 'I'wppiIs
v 1 *
Kentucky Joans, Kerseys, Linsey,
White, red, and yellow Flannel.
Plaid Ginghams, Checks, Cambricks, muslins,
cotton and worsted Hose, (white and
black) from 12 1-2 up; Mitts, caps, gloves,
ribbons, tapes and braid, suspenders,
A full assortment of Fancy Articles.
A largo variety of Fall and Winter Caps,
General Taylor Caps
liuena Vista do
Palo Alto do and
HATS at any price a man can ask, as I intend
to sell out this articlc.
A complete assortment cf Shoes and Boots,
lionnetd, Grocrrir;.-*, Crockcry and Drugs,
Hardware, Perfumery, Segars and Tobacco
of the best kind, and a full assortment at
ifnrr 1r\tv nfir?rc
Come and examine his splendid stock of
Goods before you buy elsewhere, and yon
will find mnny articles not mentioned, and
the prices cheaper than you expected.
Oct 27 35 tf
ABBEVILLE C. H.
The exercises of this Institution have been
resumed. Parents are solicited to send their
children, at the be^inningr of the Session, as
much depends on punctuality.
d. McNeill turner.
crept 21, lo47. 30 tJ
The State of South Carolina.
John Q. Wilson, applicant, v. Robert A
Wilson and others.?Partition in Ordinary.
It appearing to my satisfaction that Mr Bulger
snd Jane his wife, Thos Lesly and Susan
his wife, Joseph Lesly and Mary his wife,parties
Defendants, reside without the limits of
this State : Ordered that they do appear and
object to the division or sale of the Real Estaste
of Alexander Wilson, dee'd on or before
the first day of February next, or their consent
to the same will b? entered of record.
Nov 10, 1847 80 3m Ordinary.
* 1 11 1 %
Abbeville Sheriff Sales.
By virtue cf sundry Writs of Fieri Facias, to
me directed, I will sell, at Abbeville Court
House, on the first Monday in DECEMBER
next, the following property, viz :
15U Acres of Land, more or less, bound
aea oy lanes 01 L'cggy Wilson, W imam FucKot
and others ; levied on as the property of
Thomas W Tollman ads Pressly &McClintoi\
840 Ac res of Land, more or less, boundded
by Leonard Wideman and others, levied
on aa the property of John Lyon ada John B
Rountree and others.
1 Sorrel Horse, levied on as the property
of Samuel P. Laird wds R A Martin, adm'r
1 Sorrel Mare, levied on as the property
of J R Hamlin ada J M Cureton
1 Sorrel Horse, levied on a3 the property
of Shcrod Barrfsdale ads Edward Collier
1 Grey Mare, levied on a* the property
ot William Bush ads Charles Carr.
1 Waggon, levied on as tho property
of James Keeling ads John II Wilson.
60 Acres of Land, jnore or less, bounded
by liev James Smith, Zachariah Grahnm and
others, levied on as the property of Georgo
Elmore ado John Henderson.
1 Bay Mare, levied on as the property of
Thurston T Day ads W M Hughey.
1 Bay Mule, levied on as the property of
Joel Fooshe ada D P Calhoun.
On Tuesday af er Sale Day, at the residence
of Rev D McNt ill Turner, one lot of
Corn and 2 stacks of oats, levied on aa the
[ property of L J Wilsen ada Wilson & lx>max
On Thursday after Sale Day, I will sell
, at Greenwood, one lot of Sundries, to wit:
, 1 pair of boots, 1 show box, boxes, chairs,
; &.C., levied on as the property of Solomon
R Coppock, ads Whitlock, Sullivan &
[ Terras Cash.
A. C. HAWTHORN, e. a. d.
Sheriffs Office, Nov 8, 1847
John Lipford, appl'L v. Ann Lipford and
Will be 6old on the first Monday in December
next, the real Estate of Edward Lipford,
deceased, in the District of Abbeville on waters
of Saluda (Camp brancIO 180 acres, or
more, adjoining lands of Robt Y Jones and
- others, on a crcdit ol 12 months. By order of
the Court of Ordinary.
A. C. HAWTHORN, Sheriff.
November 10,1847 37 4t
Waggons for Sale.
A second-hand one-horse waggon and a two-horse
waggon, both in good order, with barnofw, can be
bought cheap. Apply at thjs ofljee. [Oct SO
0^7"TIic subscriber having removed from
his old stand, id Shelloo's IJot? 1 building, to
llic store formerly occupied by J. O. i?. Kurd,
would r?*s|nx?lullv inviie Ih-1 attention of his |
old friends and customers, r.nd the public get:
( rally, to his new and well si lotted stock ol
1)51 V GOODS,
believing ?v!I will be s-itisfied both with tlic
^oodsnnd the prices. It is my determination
that this siial! b?? called, as well as be in reality,
tlx' cheapest store in this town or its vicinity.
T. S. STILLMAN.
1 ii tnhurg, Nov Ji i30 Ini
Repaired in the best, manner, and on reasonable
terms, at the establishment on Centre -street, recently
occupied by A. G. Najrlc.
Hamburg, Oct i37 3.~i 3m
Having removed from the IJrick Store, formerly
occHjiicii i>\ uiciu, loiuo.sion; iicxuu ur.j. ?.
Stokes, and nearly opposite their old ^taiul,
Hamburg, S. C.,
Arc now rccciving, and will continue to receive,
heavy supplies of the following Goods,
| which they oiler to their friends and tlio public
generally, at the lowest market priors.
SUGARS. New Orleans, Muscovado,
Porlo Rico, (Clarified, Double Refilled, Loaf,
crashed it m l powdered.
COFFEE. Prime dark gr^-on Rio, corni
inon do., Cuba St. Domingo, Prune old Gov.
i ernmcnt Java.
BAGGING, A heavy slock of Kentucky,
and other kinds of American manufacture, together
with a fair stock of Dundee and Gunny
ROPE. Kentucky, Jute, Manilla and
Tow, from | to ? inch.
SALT. Large Charleston Sacks and
MOLASSES. Cuha, Now Orleans and
Sugar House; a snperior article of Syrup.
TEAS. Hyson, Gunpowder, Imperial and
IRON. Of all sizes, also a good assortment
of Hoop and Band Iron, German and
j Cast Steel, Nail Rods, &c.; Nails of all sizes,
j CHAIRS. pl?s Windsor, Cane Seat,
I Children's, Office. Rocking and Nurse.
l'OWDER. FFF Dupont's, Blasting,
Eagle, Sporting, and Kentucky Rifle Powder.
A heavy stock of Saddles, Bridles, Martingales,
Halter Chains, Drawing Chains, Weeding
Hoes, Sperm, Adamantine and Tallow
Candles, Rice, Soaps, Tobacco of various
brands, Hals and Caps of different grades
and shapes, Boots and Shoes, Sol'1, Upper
and Harness Leather, a superior lot of Kip
anil Calf skins, pure White Lead, warranted;
Window Glass, 7X9,8X10, 10X12,12X14,
best quality Negio Blankets, 9 to 12-4 Bed
Blankets, Osnabnrgs, Cotton Yarn, nil nurn*<
bcrs, bleached and brown Domestic Goods,
heavy and light Kerseys, Buckets, Tubs, Sugar
Cans, Measures, Brass bound Pails, Shot
of all sizes. Lend, Blue Stone, Copperas,Saltpetre,
Ginger, Pepper, Spice, Shoe Thread,
Cotton and Wool Cards, Cocoa Dippers,
Brooms, Wagon Boxes, Grindstones, Castings
or Hollow-Ware, Nos. I, 2 and 3 Mack-*
ereJ, Bedsteads. Thoinaston Lime, &c. &c.
Sept 15 29 tf
Wns. & Co.
Have remc ved their stock of Dry Goods to
*u? iA ? /i?i^
Liiii oLuru UIJU*;I tiikj mui IUUII iiuum, ^IULU
Hubbnrd'6 where it is their purpose to keep
a full assortment of
American, Frciecli and English
We would take this opportunity to return our
thanks to our numerous friends for the very
liberal patronage bestowed on us for the last
six years, and would solieit a continuance of
We would also invite all persons buying
Dry Goods in Hamburg, who are not already
' on our list of customers, to give us a trial.
Our 6tock will consist of a much larger and
more general assortment than we have heretofore
kept. We will alto continue to keep
i % _ c r~* ? n nn"nrniTVT/- i
uur usual ui univrjia t iinvT,
OIL CLOTH, FLOOR MATTING,
BONNETS, and Ladies' and Childrens'
N. B.?Just received a full assortment of
all numbers of DUTCH BOLTING
CLOTHS, which, together with all articles
in our line, will be sold as low as they can be
procured in Hamburg or Augusta.
WM, KETCH AM & CO.
Hamburg, Aug II 24 if
To The Public. "
The undersigned would respe ctfully announce
to 1 ravcllers and persons visiting Hamburg,
that he has taken for a term of years, the HOTEL,
long known as HUBBARD'S AMERICAN
HOTEL, which it is his purpose to
keep as such a House should he kept, and wil
only promise to all who favor him with a call
that he will do all in his power to please; and
where as much Comfort hnd Q,uiet may he
expected as can be found at any Public House.
A careful and attentive Hostler will be
k(?pt constantly in the Stable, and IIorscK
shall be attended to in a way that shall give
A 1 iKrtMf.l i>AtwAnfiniA i n MAA nnni/nllif o AK
/T iiutiui ^uiiuuavc io n*ojn:i,nimj ouiililuu.
Hamburgh, Aug II 24tf
The undersigned returns hrr most grateful
acknowledgments for the liberal patronage
long bestowed upon her, and takes great pleuBurcin
recommending to ber friends and former
patrons, Mr. WM. KETCHAM, in
whose management of the House she has the
utmost confidence, and would solicit for him a
continuance of their favors.
J. w. ii. jonnson ana wue, v. r. it,. ruckett
Will bo sold, on the first Monday in December
next, the Real Estate of Frances Long,
deceased, consisting of two tracts : first tract
170 acres, and. second, of 93^ acres on waters
of Sal'ida river, joining lands of said Johnson,
T R Puckett and others, in Abbeville, on a
credit of 12 months, by order of the Ordinary.
A. C. HAWTHORN, Sheriff.
November 10, 1947 30 4w
WAHR-n<)USH "AND COM
MISSION BB81SES8?Ilauibarg, S. ('.
'I ho subscriber br^s l?;;ivo to inform liis friends and ,
tlir> IMll/lic frt'lierilik- 11 I III. veil! >>milihii? 111 <> !
Waiik-IIoi'sk and Commission Husinkss, at the
Eijiil lioad B>rj?cfr3. ' l'lic convenience of ;
this establishment is too wrll known to require
much comment. Cotton or other 1'iodnce once in
Htorc can ho put on the Uail Uoad without tlio additional
expense of drayage, ?!tc.; which is eertaiuly
an item worth notice, both to merchants and i
.My charges will ho as reasonable as other like
concerns in the place, and the usual facilities givn
lo those who may give mo their patronage.
hi pt t.i iil) .'liu JJ. .M. KOCii\RS.
w arc-House :in<l Commission
IIAMBURU, S. C.
r^.? The subscribers !iu\ injr leased
7 <$> Mviilio Ware Mouso hi Hamburg,
'v '"y Smith &, Bensou,for
Ji years, under the linn of
llniuey &. Ta?ri?art. Th> v oiler their services
to their friends and the public geriirailv, in
the STORAGE and SAl.fi of COTTON,
FLOUIl, UACON.aud Produce ol all kind.--;
RECEIVING ami FORWARDING MERCHANDIZE,
and Purchasing Goods to Order,
They hope, hy strict attention, to merit a
share of public patronage.
Their Mouse will ho open on the first September
lor the transnclion of business.
Juno 2:1, IS 17. 17 tf
Ot^'Tlie Hamburg Journal will copy the
above until further orders.
Warehouse tuul Factorage.
^ The subscribers have pur.
<$> ^chased from Nalhou L. Grillin,
Esq., tin' Cotton Wan-house in
Hamburg, recently occupied by
Dr. J. F. Griffin, and formerly by Messrs.
H. L. JefTers &- Co., situated at the foot of
the Hill, and immediately at the head of the
main business street. From i's superior location,
and being surrounded by a si renin of
water, it is comparatively exempt from the
casualty of lire and entirely above the reach
Tlircv propose to carrv on exclusively l.!io
WAREHOUSE mul "GENEHAL FACTORAGE
BUSINESS, under the firm o
GE1GER & I'ARTLOW.
Having enyag< d an experienced and competent
assistant, in addition to their own personal
attention, and poss'-s^injf means to
make liberal advanc e on produce consigned
to their care, tfn-y hereby tender tlioir srrvis
cos to Planters, Merchants and others, in I lie
STORAGE and SALE of COTTON,
FLOUR, BACON, and oth-r PRODUCE,
in RECEIVING and FORWARDING
MERCHANDISE, and PURCHASING
GOODS to ORDER.
VV. W. GEIGER.
JAS. Y. L. PARTLOW.
June 9 15 Gm
Ts hereby given, that an application will ho
madtj to the Legislature of this State, nt its
next sitting. for a Charter to construct a lluil
Road, or Turnpike Road, from Hamburg, up
the Valley of the Savannah River, or within
Twenty-five Miles of the same, to the linos of
Georgia and North Carolina ; Also a Charter
fur building a Toll Bridge over the said River
and its tributaries at a suitable place ; Also,
for the renewal of the Original Charter, with
amendments, for k Bank in the Town of
Hamburg, South Carolina, granted 22d day of
December, 1822; Also, for amending the
Charter of the American and German Trading
and Insurance Company, granted the
19ih dav ot December, 1835.
* IIENRY S1IULTZ, Founder
of Hamluirg, S C.
Hamburg, S. C., Aug* 1*2, 18-17. 28 3m
R. II. & \V. A. Wurdlaw,
Aro now receiving, direct from New York, a large
and well snlccted stock of
FAT,T, AND WINTER GOODS,
which have been bought on such terms as will enable
tlicin to sell at as low prices as can be oiForcd
any where. Their slock embraces all that is new
and dcsirahlo of the season, consisting in part of
Common and fine fancy M. TVLancs,
" " " Rep D'Ecosso,
Snpor French cashmeres,
" Fancy plaid Drap D'Ete,
Elegant embroidered merino Robe.-*,
Richly " muslin do
Carolina, Celeste and Gain l'laid-t,
Super printed French cambrics,
" mourning do do
R ip}? rnlVI sine! fi(rM silks.
" bl'k and plain do
Handsome Hccoud mourning do
Ladies' fig'd bl'k silk mantles,
A large and elegant slock shawls,
Bl'k and fancy col'd cloths and cassimores,
Sup. fig'd silk and salin vestings,
Kerseys, liuseys and English plains,
Dudil, twilled and Mackinaw blankets,
Sup. Whitney bed and crib do
A largo stock Negro shoes,
Ladies' morocco and kid slippers,
Boys' and misses' shoes,
Gents sup. calf boots
" water proof do
Gents and ladies' over shoes,
Gents and boys cloth, fur, coallctto and glazed
Fur and wool hats, [caps,
Also, a complete- stock of Groceries, Hardware,
Crockery, Saddlery, Jewelry and Fancy Goods,
sept 29 31 tf
The subscriber offers for sale his PLANTA.
TION, lying within half a mile of this pluce,
containing 650 acrcs. On the premises arc
a two story frajned Dwelling, framed Negro
Houses, a new framed Gin House, and a new
and excellent Screw attached, wiln other out*
buildings, such as arc common on plantations.
Two hundred and fifty acres at least of the
land is uncleared and finely timbered ; a quantify
of that part cleared is very productive
land, and most of the uncleared is of a very
good quality. The price will be moderate.
Persons wishing to purchase, will apply to the
subscriber on the premises.
JAMES S. WILSON.
Abbeville C. H.f Sept 15 29 3w
c a x d i d a 'i' i: s , j
v o it t a x c o ij i. i-: c t o 11.
Wc arc authorized to nnnouuee JOHN M.
(JOLDlINCi as a candidate lor Tax Collector
ut the ensuing election.
We are authorized to announce JAMES I
M. CA LVERT, tis a candidate for TAX
(JOLTjECTOII, at the ensuing election.
The friends of Capt. E. C. MARTIN,
niuoiuicc linn as a candidate lor TAX COLLECTOR,
at the next ensuing election.
[ The friends of V\ ILL I AM J. HAMMOND,
take pleasure in announcing- him a
; Candidate for TAX COLLECTOR at the
; ensuing i h-ctiou.
i The Friends of JOSEPH S. D. WETHj
EKAL.li. announci; him as a Candidate for
' TAX COLLECTOR, at iho nnsitimr pli>e
. ? o
| The friends of the Rev. JAS. MOORE
| respectfully announce iiim as a candidate for
J I lie office of Tux Collector at the ensuing'
j The Friends of W S. HARRIS, onnonnco
j hi in as a candidate for re-election to the oflicc
I of TAX COLLECTOR, at the ensuing
! Wo arc authorised to annonnco JOHN
1 ('UNN li\'( ill AM, us a candidate for TAX
COLLECTOR, at the next election.
The friends of EZEK1EL TRIBLE
announce him as a candidate for the oflicc of
Tax Collector at the ensuing (.lection.
We are authorized to announce T. T.
CUNNINGHAM as a candidate, for Tax
Collector at the ensuing election.
The State of South Carolina.
In th-c Court of Common Picas.
j James Cochran v James Fish.?Attach
The Plaintiff in this case haying lilcd Ins
dcclaiation in liie Clerk's office this day: And
; the defendant having neither wife or attorney
known to Oe in this State. Ordered that said
defendant do plead to the said declaration
within a year and a day trom this date, otherwise
judgment by default will be awarded
against him T P SP1ERIN, C. C, P.
IvH.tk s umcc zmu April icvi/ ly
Notice lo Absentees.
I JEs parte.?Win. Harmorc, uppl't., vs. the
| ! leirs, of Geo. Barmore, dee'd., ct ol.
[ It appearing to my satisfaction that the heirs
j of George liarniore, deceased, the heirs of
! IVter Barmore, deceased,and the heirs of Asa
I Franklin, deceased, Defendants, (names not
I known) reside witliont the limits of the Slate:
It is therefore ordered, that they do appear
and object to the division or sale of the Real
Estate of James Barinore, deceased, on or
before 'he first Monday in January, 1848, or
their consent to the same will bo entered of
record. DAVID LESLY, O. A, D.
S?>pl20,1847 30 32w
Notice to Absent Heir.
It appearing to my satisfaction, thut William
Wright, one of the heirs and children of John
Wriirlit. ileneasefL is absent, frnin this Stnte.
Notice is In.-re by given to the said William
Wright, that application has been made to
the Ordinary under the act of Assembly of
181*2 lor a part of ilie proceeds of sale of the
real cstnte to pay the debts, as the assets of
personalty are deficient to ?>97.76, and that
you be and appear at Abbeville G. H. on or
be'ore the first of January, 1848, to shew
cause why so much of the fund or proceeds of
sale of laud should not be so applied, or your
consent will be entered of record as confessed.
Given under my hand this 22d September,
1817 DAVID LESLY, O. A. D.
sept 29 31 12t
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