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he-am wy theea.d adraistra
tion should not ho granted.-.
Given under_, miyhand antd sieal, tiiilf1th
day o'eN6vetnbor, 'if theyear of our
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Dec20 8 2t
STATE OF SOUTHI CAROLINA,
IN THE COURT 0'01MONP LEAS.
Cn , W. H. Cannon,
* vs. - Ga. Sa.
John A. Mason,
The Same, -
The, Same. )
. Eli Greeg,
The Same. b
The defendant, John A. Mason, bein con-:
fined weithin tl prison boti ds of arngton
District. on three Write of Capias ad Satin
faciendumn, at the suito~ f. W. H. Cannon and
J. Eli Greg, and haft filed his petition
Dig or. the benrefit: of the Act of the
Geeal Assembly for ihe relief of Insolvent
Debtorc, together with a schedule of his as
tate and ef'ects: Notice is ofereby. given to
all the creditors of the said deednt and
especially toW. H. Cannon and AEcitGregg
to appear at the Court of Common Pleas, to
be hlden' at Darlington Court House. for the
District of Darlington, on the third Monday
in March next,to shew cause, if any. they
can, onhy the state and effiects of e said
John A. Mason should not be assigned and
e be discharged according to the provisions
of oo t we said Acts.
t. B. BRUNSON,c Clerk.
VErs ad JDarlinEn; to I DI..
t o ~ er, to ol JAMs . ao; hs ofS
terltoiCaton B.Man w Itainearestr
instalentl be aid by te 0th o.ofthe
thesentd mnth watd- h okodr
of Mrio ~lpay. ove W. S-AMU. R.. Co.
Ec.N nd3 20 8amo ths 2o ari
to EDICCo A L S. No~TosE. Su
tDr.t ap.R GALUHA ureov t isy-eneshly
hpoessialrvibecled b the itizn of ther
Dec.2 8, 4t
Ont the night of the 24th Nov. a pair of
SILVER SOCKETS, supposed to have been
dropped from the Candlesticks to which they
belonged, between the Main-street, and New
Methodist Church. A liberal reward will
be paid to the finder on returnmng th'em to
11TThe candlesticks were used at the Bi
Dec 11, 1848. 7 St
Lost or mislaiud about the first of August
last, a Note of Hand, given by W. HI. Woods
'to the subscriber, for Twelve Dollars, (612.)
dated March 10, 1848, payable one day after
date. All persons are f'orewarned trading
for said Note as it has not been p aid. -
JOHN 0. MCFADDEN.
Dec11,184.- 7. .8t
Note Lost or Mislaid.
Lost or mislaid by thto undersigned, some
time between thme 24th ar.d 30th November, a
note for eleved Imrdred -and eleven dollars
and ninety-one cents (61111,91) given by
James D). Mcladden to Ri. . McCleary, or'
bearer, and dated 24 .Nov.1 1848. AlL per
sons are foreiwarned from trading fortle said
note, as It has boon paid.
nDe. 4, 1848. n S
'4 I %MrY i .1 -W. 1w QF~u~
*1~ ~~~~" WOU~:~4'I 9~Q
#Q o 3 iQ~tOmsfPIUW TJoWiit,
-in RilmMe 3uja pamyOU, ftPftiaol.tht
a .11 wl tOwg tWio t
h1 eEia ayj tNia r.o 1 the
so mntifenerst u d Iihwo'adsues neu,
e r to t
,Naadht q6eenresin itfs!..l
'p~seri~tw~l'~e topate to ich o
h . 9- I 8!. e t ahe futue clml'i sult
'4d eil' 'e head f siid eheart of
tW da W th lifipithatorod, it the
soln ieit of him who addresses you,
*i~va~dl ~~ralngiTo he' ready to meet
yu owe to the State, tfe Union,
~and th ~le.~ onititutionalj liberty.
U ;;:t~V q0gr-idal parties to which
I~,~nitewe alrea~dy behold
p tily resolving.to dxecute
urpose. the other calmlyawait.
t slig foqf eveints, without an orga
disperse the portentous clouds
doi the political horizna. Rely.
l~ig~ ~jntie of atheir~ priniciples;, the
sionsand moral power of tho
sJ4jihe enactments oCCongress;
qz$1~i9~iO~qVgollections of the past, and
ha capations of the future; our
~ .~ietant to admist, that a disup.
~ Uo~which unites the States'!, pos.
S uygsuppoaed cause of internal dis.
-~nesrly ,entreat you to ionsider
tationrfatal delusion. The doe
a ei a'ready registered, that no
&emian shall hereafter. sit secure
nder his own vine and fig tree.
condition of affhirs, the course
S t in Statei is plain. Constitu
t lpecessity,the couservntive portion
ofe IIc,"they are admonished toculti.
v r g egch.other a i sirit of comity and
kin toAsseardillj alousies, as at once
4'a fiae'atl y are inis chievous; to'contend
-- nother in moral, intelletual and
hIIO 5I V .9pments: but, above all, to re
.bie sorvyilaneo in guarding from pol
lttion tji6 procious heritage of a common an.
cery. To their spathy and improvidence
are lPo!Iiabl the. bold and reckless attempts
now o ratioi 'to annluiilate the Federal
.Vrtnerppj, by ediiverting sovereign com
m i ' dendencies. 8 rap.
i~ h. are~ ~tisur :tiens and of
euau on i,'tathe South no Tonger
etlh(4r6vdr rights ih-t it hus lost, but to
Iitses'wicih It yet enjoys.
~~hrWiltl hope, hrowever,, tat God, in*
hlrvil avitthe donm wl ich imnpende
bdo ydssir. Until the hour of
Shal coyme, 'let her constitutional
61 (bo'faithfully discharged by South
'Xihe ieerstime, prepare for every emner
A~$f'hefraitor is not he who resists us.
t~tinINho who' tamely~ submits to its
dqais. In your' repolves, he temperate
t'i drkfjl n-lm, rooute and united.
15'1 "lec-prto and advice
6f'~jised cod-partnors bie it your care
t#id adioieiul impressed on
h':iioli ffidUhion, that South Car.
o~ te il .6nesent to meet- in Fe deral
cot ineeept ns sovereign and an equal.
IM'ie knpw:n,' that youi count all ,dange
Iih~ hen compared wth the hazard of pol
~4t~ ~ Spodiker, in invoklng the
~r~t i~ fHim who penetrates the in.
:4~*s~f~the1uan heart, that!I may
- pttrui eservices of
t;~'*t~t~Iias ben invited to fill, I say
1oy0 i (rbt- int mresidy to-take the oath
MAT A oite 17th inst., by-the Rev
fl. G aiha' NTlrr,s Esq. to Mrs
1X&WIDER, al-f futerDistrict.
sa ~rpoeI.'wil bereceived by the
rgeutil the 25th January next, for
NS4G' MATFIAS and BUILD.
IG a Y~ts or DIVINE WORSHOP at
BepI~~rogmnmn6 of place and specifica
tzoqcneseert at Privateer P. 0.
-Chm . Copm. on Contiract.
an dmands against the
thh, will render
lad t~ i 11* lgly provqd; all
n6 ai , ,ae requestad tecome
- dlleDec -1848
Silo I ft oll o
'C Gib 3bda
v r m A '3
d of ecemb r n tyero iol
fory-ignd ito h Uf
Be "~OW:' iy the* 22hil day'fY~~br
*Deai 10, 1818., - '": K.Y
SOUTH CARO~lNA-SUMTER DIAT:
Wherea Win. Wilson,bath applied to m
ro 'Letters of A1ministration on all and 'sin
arvIu the 'oo'
oful teood dand chattels, rights and cred.
its of JohnH. Wilsoi, late .of the DistrIct
deceased. - .. '
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular, 4ho Lindrod-and creditora of
the said deceased, to be tuld appear beforo mae
at ournext Ordinary's Court for. thesai4
District, to be holden at Sumter. Court House
on-Friday the 22d 'day of Deceiber 1848, to
show cause,- it ay;why the said administra
tion AoId' not be granted. . .1
Given underiny hand and seal hi I10ti
day of December-in the 'yenr of our
[L. s.] Lord, one thqueand'oight hundrd and
firty-eigit, and in the73id year of
V.LE WIS, 6. i. D"
Dec. 13, 1848. 7
South. Caroina--Sumter Dist.
Thoi. Chandler & Wife,
N. Coker & others.
By Virtuo-of an Order from Win. Lewis,
Esq., Ordinary of Sumter District, I will sell
on the first Monday in January next, at Snmi.
ter Court House,.between'the legal hours of
Sale, one tract of land containing 450. acres,
and one other tract containing456 acresen
Pudding 8wamp, and BonnetBianch, Waterdr
of Black River;. Bounded by-J J.JMck%4den;
Phillip Cokor,. Thos. IL McKnight-and fFq,
Rush, originally granted to Robert Fullwood,,
belonging to. the Estate of John Coker de
Terms: -On a credit of twelve months (all
feei cash) -the Purchaser giving bond.:with
good security and a Mortgage of the promises
to the Ordinary, for the payment of the. pur
chase money with interest from the day of
HARVEY SKINNER, s.'s .
Dec. 11, 1848. 7 '3t
South Cairolina-Sumnter Dist.
8. Coker & Wife,
L. Floyd and 'others.)
By Virtue of an Ordor frorb Wrn. Le .vis,
Elsq., Ordinary of Sumter District, I wvill sell
gni the first Mlonday in January next, at Sum.'
ter Court House, between tho legal hours of
Sale, one tract of land containing 300 acres
meore 'or lees in lower Saloem, on Fullwood,
Bay, Waters of Black River; Bounded by
iands of Estate of Jno McElveen, F. Rush,
Estate of Jesse Floyd, and Phillip Coker,
originally ranted to Robert Fullwdod, be
longing to te Estate of Joshua Floyd do
Terms: On a credit of twelve rnenths (all
fees cash) the Purchaser giving bond with
good security and a Mortgage of the premises
to the Ordinary, for the payzinent of the pur
chase mojney,- with interest from the day of
H. SKINNE'R, S. D).
11th Dec 1848. '7t:
A trusty young ngofellow' who is .ac
customed to managing horsoa; for such, li&
eral wage will be given. Hie is wanted im.,
Enquire at th e Store of A. WITE, & Co.
Nov.8. 3. ' t
COMMISSIONER IN EQUITY-NOTICE,
To Gaardilns, Trusees and 'Rbchirers.
All Guardians, Trustees, Receivers and
others who are bound to account to the Comn
missioner in Equity for 'Sumter District, are
hereby required to be- and appear' before said
Commissioner at his oflite at Sinter Court
House, on the- Tuesdays in yanuary and Feb.'
ruary next, to make returns of the est ates in
their hands, possession er management, set-.
ting forth on oztth, the particulars and, value
of such estate, and an aCcount of all rnoney
receivedfand p~ for said dstateV, aind to sub
stantiate ihe same b.proper and suflelieht.
vouchers; also to prouce all -bonds, notes,
'certificates of stock and other evi~dence-'of
'choses in action, which are specified in stid
return;- and also. 'all title deedst billd-of sale
and other munimrents of title of'property put
,chased b.himi or.hor,.or them, for his, her or
-their ward or cesty 'qui trust. Those wvhb
fail, rules will be immediately 'issued against
JOHN B. MILLER,
Com'r. in'.$quity, Sumter Dist.
Sumter Court House,
4th day of Deceinber, 1848. . 0~ tf
CASH will- be paid for K" few. PRIME
YOUNG NEGRO MEN--their having a
young family with themn will be no ~bection
Statoburg, May 24,' 1848. ' i0tf
ed AA n as
suit of i p
of the.o i e
Skat t B'io YSxitblf
inCarJidni i f
Stiukp i -fg.
Ses at sui 4 OTBA
1lsid uorles lejliupInd
1atWd. ani ot
inCrleon, adioini ansi
andJ Jqbn Wf, Ridea~o~d N- n~t ti
prty of A .e
t.Aand~cas Zo &ChiiAo
of T. T. TofnA
O aril levied ! V
. we 3 caeso 4 ba
andadd . o &
Thos. Me . .
aore. off Mand i d jdin Is
tyrJar. neot, ithi theaths o
saldwtie higha s t idea, a tol
andiu M.rsoia opery.Pnhaer
pMiyofirtue of 3,id-.iskadwicelti,~ h u
1 hre,d1ve na~h~r
r o Wil'. oldat S4il-t ofn1id1
on, t firt: d and 'w
Ja netro, wihin ea houir
sale, to the highest bidder, for.Cash, theffol.
lpowg ersoa. Tlroperty. eurchaser to
1 negroe levied on as thero
pety of e Ei at m ithsie of 3i
1 hoego lovindo as les pro
partyofL M. Darwiche, at the uitfd(Waa
2 negros, leid on as h pro
perty of . ..ntle,t the ut o..
1; negroeslevied ox stpv
perty of 1k . . Belser, at th sut of Wan
12negroe, levied on asithe pro
pertyof .l. J. Ber,t the suit of .Jo
W.AMs.ndrs ..Coleloses .
4 negroes, leyied on asitbhpft
petty of 1ar.T. iert, at th iso Sitc
Jane lapW.Due and H Meele sMl
1 negro, levied on as the pr
rt . 6Br t h.suit
1 neoe, leve on as er
prrt of . Du &elost athe uit
4 negroe, levied on as ther pro
*perty of Arki A . 'Dittlns , a the ut ufi.
Jamey Du&Con. .H Pelsad'
1 negre, levied on aste r
erty. of Jhang Jeig, yat the. sui'
Vm. Les Ormay
.I negro, levied on aster
porty ofn. .FMellt, at the suit of qjm
1 negro, levied on as the prc
.perty of .1a. A. Nettrlo, t the u ts oft L.n
Chilley an Co.no &Wle 2css
an horus, hoevied nd kia~ifr
. &r, lot porks aso. on cti~
a-1~ nr, leviflon as tpoer
pA. of. Wm.ite, at thea suits ofo~ '~lmtli
J.ahssb and F. Hlledanea.
1 niegro, levied onas the pre
perty of U. . b er ioat, at the sitfJn
Cl3tinar id &Steen' ake cae
2 negroes, and ons u
pgoetndo an..s, ohnl nd. MKight
o.M.ieatthe suit s of 'VSamCollogh
pDrycoemtbert1 iWata tesi.o
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