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LITTLE LONGINGS. T liad a little wife, ' n Rifa7 little land, Lj'tl'ave' alittle house upon it, And-feel a little grand; 1d wan'ta little daughter, and Likewise a little son, Arnd when 1'd a little time to spare, I'd have a little-fun. A ittle glass, jake I'd have, - Well filled with little'Tshies; fylittle pantry shelves should shine With little pewter dishes. Around my cot the little birds Should tune their little throats And on the little hills should frisk My little nanny goats. I'd lounge a little after meals, And take a little ease And if tuhy little wife should scold I'd raise a little breeze. I d let it rage a little-then, I'd take a little "horn," And a little "snapp'd" go out and hoe My little field of corn. As I should want a little cash . 1'd take a little pains, Since every little trifle helps To lay up little gains; Aud then 1'd smile at little ills, Avoiding little snares, Enjoy a little paradise,. Aud laugh at little cares. These little longings, though are rain, Yet little minds-they bore A'nd when a, little mortal gets - He sighs for little more.. Despite the little ballad says Or callit a little song, .;lan wants but little here below, Iwr vants hat little long." -a A Fountain of; Life.--H istory. tell u'sof a'eebrated, navigator, the 4s overer. of Florida, who had heard fn he green shdres of his: own Porto R c, of' aifluiutainfaraway in the wilds b e Anierican continent,' which pises4cV~irtUes o renov.mthe Iifbge :f9 than who uliUld?:bathe- ia its.streams, "-y ?v '~etuity'of 1 uthetocue ~ $tiiitaretbes 4.atI ha yis~ventur8r whose-cheeks had. roe hard service.. in .te C-:tOI 35hw1s of Grenada, and whose r aeen.bowed -by M toil. eitd the pleaning. ta old as eya*8 de5itedyearsto tliursuii of ' ts elixir of ife';which-was said to $w C a purpetualwellspiug inthe midsiofS icontr y gliitering with bgems Yigold-.afterjan ild adventures he had desired.imortality en eart and gained, only itsshadow. . .TheWord of-God tells us of a foun tain w;hose -waters,e brighitet tl'an evei fl1ashedsinethe dreams of unsatisfied de sire;'aro the-true noumishment of a spir * itual life, whiose,.supphes shall nevet -fail.- For the- heart that has become faint and weary in the service of the wvoi Id, for the soul that is bowed down by care, lost with disqoietude and hair -. rassed by-remlorse, there is a fountain of refieshmtenlt. which offers to renewv the suflerer by a nobler strength than that naiiture, and bless him with the expe -ece u( :tmlore glorious, because~ im -wartm esinence. Hie has no savage wiids to tread to reach ii, no hostile bands. to batileufth, to win the right to -drink, of its wters. Its streamns flow down to him from thie Cross oni which the Redeemer died and from the throne - were lie intercedes for sinners. They a -re otkred. to him :in the living oracles -- ofr1le Divmne' Word-ini the Christian ordinaces-i the.Church of the liv - ng God. They come through prayer, ibrough mieditation, tharough the exer cise of penitery~e. through the efforts ol falth, througuh God's spirit, vouchsaIed -to seik~erity 0of heart, and earnestness in pursuits~of duty. A ~G~at Lention.-Thie New YrSumn~lces one of the most important discoveries of the age, being a nya~ mctiei of propelling steamboats, by widch a speed of from twenty five totirty nmiteswan hour may be obtained In na4igtlig rivers-or oceans. M~odels of1 th'e invention are snow befor e the CommniteD of ithe U.,S. Senate on Na val iidaaearneet are being made to carry gt into practical opera~ ~---on it istile invention of a Pennsyl-' -ai~. It entirely sopercedes paddle antan' o.Pd e5 s &c. & c.,1nad. 'nd ineeach of an re faflsalso the ~i~b~~O(claiming as her- son the dis~ thi invent ion- - 4 ~,.itehgy&earri~ ,'~a~~rjnh~OW ay to Boston, to h n~ra, for Europe. ~ tI~dS~?8teO visit o Wash - -reeived with ith 6 ~ (sa-says a to LiuIT. ilee 66 hpes to .s ene >etrnmes-t% """-a cni: def e . Nht lig.has; nev . M1oS6 0 Priora yi uoir - t Wdygrth -fied wihl sthi Eis~ akened aliy resiagdtid iszdeeply:impressed i the e ic .of our instittionsand bthe inteligence adenergy: oour= people.-N Y. Ezpress. .>: ;. * Notie.f OST bythe sth scriberg'Edgefield C.H a on the th of January,1846 aNote given, by James Tian:Yiernian fLwl s Culbeath, some time in. tanary18 liffo' thtrtyasevet dollars and fifty cents, dateih25th December 1845, with a credit.of two dollatsrmade.on the 5th-January, 1846-. All persons are therefore forewarned -from !trading fora otefthe Fre dese trone -E: E.'RICHARDSON: -Febjoni~y7 ~ 1 -aureneeville Fe3 a te A-UAD E MY. R. and Maus"2assat.ake.this method of informing their friends and.the pub .ie generally, that they still have charge of this Institution; with very flatterings. pects They' have also associated 'Mr. S.. SaNRtaR, an able and experienced Music Tcacher. un surpassed byany in theState. " Thanklnl for past favors, theyonty'solicit a continuance of the patronage so libesally -be stowed for fifteen years. Februiry 18. 3t- 4 Edgefield Academy. L Persons are hereby, cautioned "and fewarned .against, openinr. acconnts with -t ie ',School. Boys,, from abroad, without the knowledge or consent of their 'Parent;" Guardiadis or Teacher. Such'a course it must be foreseen woull deter Parents' from abroad frot sendin tlieir children to an Institution expose'd tostd apractice... - H. K. .lcCLINTOCK. February25 t 5 Plantation for Sale. - T HE Subscriber intending to move Sotih; offers forsale, the Plantation on which' be now resides, containing three hundred' ad eight acres.: lying immediately on the Piney Woods Road itteen miles from Augusta any seven ifroni 'Rdgeeld. Conrt House. Kny person .wishing to purchase . wil do well to call on the subscriber, apd. examine the remi sea. . GEO. W. JON S. Decemiber31 . . -ti'. 49. othe Public. and Owneas *Orrist and Saw Mills. TViNG. purchasedof Wi T. Moorewho ,. lthi.ownerin .the State of South Caro linc OCHISS'VERTICAL REACS TION 1 iHEELS1b saw and Grist Mills. and other M'hnery-and'avigtsteddthetnfull to ousiisfaction and the- :tiain -of :all wfqa'eseegth 6Twe'no'fie Edgeied Ditidctiali weliav'ep iaedt i S.wh.tlfohi recomiuend time mril dioribilityiiandyoweisf movng Mioeiaery.. ei e.. .4 dhey eg qu -ue-tiiuIeswae; Ai 6ma as anj tr usedi t th i 4tl'Bac. waterdoe otf ffectliim so ln'"ashre iaged i f aebovheisim asse action oth water a od iit- iniiei e de bfth ie .els .'COTHRAN & ROFF . Y.-S Rldtiboissthi onfrinsf one half oft4he right fonthe 'fistrict, is' practical Mechanic, and put.up. a gooday Mills. His services- can be had at any tume, by di recting !o Winter Seat, S. C.' I do -eetify~bat I asaiste& Mt. Roff in isut ting Mr. John.Cothraun's Saw Mill in operation with the Vertical. Cast Whiegls.1 It uses much les water than theold Sutter wheel. Much mnore durable and .very-very2 simdple. It. needs no recommendation, us it recommends itself. I :ave just seen a test of it with buck water the whes-wre ecoveted, and I did not see any diier-tirain- its running. Iihave been employed as a Mill Wright for a number of years, and it buirjasses any thing I have ever winssed.~ THOUS. JOHNSON. January28 - .~ 2mu. I Ihrought to Ikae JasU A O F this District, a negro Wu.o man who- says her -name isi MARY, and that she belongs to Mr. Martin Edwards, a Mer chant living in Milledgeville, Ge. Said woman is about fve 'feet, two inches high, light complexion, and be tweenwnt~Eive and thirty years 'of age. She has t wo smnall sears ont her forehead, nd nearly all of her upper front teeth are rotted off- She says shze ranaway about a month since. The ownier Is 'requsted to come for ward, prove property. -pay' charges and take her an ay, otherwise she will be dealt' wvith as the law directs. C.' H. GOODMAN,JailorE. D. Feb.25 18463 -. f . .5 T i, late Mercantile .lirm ,of, BrLun . *Bvefan was idissolved on~'thele 1stnstj liy miuwal consentrW -- 1. To those who have by their liberal patronage and prompt payment aidedius in onr busi ness, for six yars past, we'return our most hearty and cordial thanks, trusting that the ie suIt of oitr intercourse laa been to our mutual benefit. It is ndo~ desirable aninecessary that the .nnsettledbusiess 0f tilliimbe brought to, speedy closewe he'eors -most earnestiy re.; quest all those indebteddiis - b.jungent. tote' oopen acuzoiinth aall-and :,et-,with-~ out delay thineby istmgjde tronblegal them selves ezpense.- w--' - LANiD & #UTLER. B. hfkim acod ter(the late M ars- Ants 0. Brooks, fo* Millinery, are in y hands,for. Eollection. Aft pegsns indeb~d therepn must' pay imm . teyC9-, *W FjBUTLER EdgfeMCor1foUsefa;7 -250 9t(' B UI1' COMP5OU1f~d ( YAS: PARILLAi' This preparadon of. 5to aparilia Rsesei thetaetive preflzof eRot,'im atMgissneentratedettr De.10 61f, 4 10 M ' aleos 10M, de .(L.. &, M.Wmperal es.''), lust received, andfo aeb SiBLEY rCR.APOI' - famhnrg.18e8 tf atforot trati T g "S1k' >z, ti::.:: Y arbpi'Oa Tnp tttiiig v= ibeyx~ tipFae t b "? gin Ciise"l6aer 18 -'-" Xslirbo, iegnle b yoitc ^h"" i t b i WOW an mogau o r e ; ftiSu Atterney ;o: d tha tie @aid ^de' fendaat- la; o P aHewer. deatnT to: ttie';coar .t" uses ' r - pit-" ,. - . ciitnpleint,"tthitif-A 00,6:otitbs the publicatiaa'hereof; orthe aid.b Ihp is ken pro:coaies1 e t t;t hi'- :' ESonm''s: . Feb 2 1846 " '"8rii-Y "'' 5 ;" State r o th',?ar 1inat ' '' f QED EIFIELD :DJSTRICT. H:8togb^uad~oWers, aa.: Bilt for jtew Plaut Searles, Aub ."b( phihp.Lightfoot deceti: 1: , ccnnft . r' N ' pursuance of I , iie':;order :of thO passetl'atahesaae t8'rni requitiiigmef tc inquire and reportfo ":Conitat"itsn t term wbo" ?ereI i oft Qof Phap gbtlbot the Defeniants.;anteaiate. at tt of bb death; aiid'whether aay of them areinuce dead and"if dead; hoisorate their ppersona1Tepre aentati've Or-TepresentaIi es," PubtWnotice ii hereby given Coal . -p reons4cMi 'to be tht nest of kiir ofs;iid;Piti i' )( of the Districratid State - a f o r e s a i d a a' eai before me,=is~Ihejl:a um'u etonera.-. a EdgefieldVotijtUp6' ,7:, nk before tttn"firs day of* Me ., -qe t,,a trta y oof 41661 kindred and r'fight;*-ut:ai@i +l a"i ?d they will be excluded 'r ' -'benefit o:'-anl decree -that maybe . i qr ot iieed u tbe;matter iv ' Commiosione'r's=U ce; 1S3 m"42 nILR_ .73f4 iJ 0 f X" r r.'I Z2' a. lesale &1 Grocer s -. CORNER CENTRE- c rdST%$RLETo, HAVE idstrecety p dWill"contmoe t receive trasMhAuppfiU-?O ttia fdllo via Articles, wfiiq tkstp fe i rieade an the trade, at the.looWrT tv a 30 hhd9.:copstsang"or1$e:T-. Oda Port6i :Ricosud; ll3trcolo:: .DoubleRefaea1-oat"TC 9 ed;aud o 50 bap Qk1 GoRcirnto' nt'yavs-C 10 "do "Aa"nustura 3t A- ry' ',;. " l Baled '0c t0 -, ^:w 1.,h "> r do 15 bags '": r.; - ' .:. A.l Iff 100'piecesHeavy ; 4ao 45!" inch 250.' de- Kentpek ' ,44;lo sf._ 50, doi; how; 4%c.: J25 dp,,;: 'nintiyr 2 pet st :.9ftg97- n. .x;100, iii=:- " ,; t .,, . ,. X40' 300-coil a K'entu"0' y. "o ', + ;- a 5!1~000 pouq " .. cot ; J zes.. Also;; a grid assortme r bf oop: tiJ&sg d Iro ,g " r&-East Steel C op 30,90 Prime-.Con! U 9 des;' ' - 10, dozenjKa'14.cbahi.. s 25 'do 11;nd3or Ld + . f0-- ao Casie;Saits .do . ,2 ; Cbifdrena,"do ,2 do Bo's, = '. dO T. HE Subscriber respectfully jnforns.tis friends and the:publie'at-large;thiat-hed has had his House thoroughlj repated; nd dit made a large addition. to the, sane by:he purchase of the "adjoining. House, .which. will enablhlm to accommodate at'least forty or oy nure, peiso:$ during Codrts -and.other tubes thin he .forterly'd. d. His Whole -aim as been concentrated to the comfrt and on veiience of all thobe.wh6: have:-favored him with their patronage; and he flatters himself thai a discerning and generonus public will con tnue obestow on him a.share of their'favors; Ai iIII,-as heretofore. endeavor to furnish he Tablewith the best that the country can aford. "4 - . - *. - -Having removed -his.Bar-at the .fartliesi end of they House adjoining, little or-nolan noyance can be experenced by-those who put up at his Hlotel.. - His Bar will be ftrnishied with: the best SLiquors,aidtd-his Stables ijpli d;vitbi-gdod ahd wholesome provender and attentive H'ost Sle B: RYAN: Fehruarr25; = f 5 Sbert' Price Current LMeD W dellen Shawls trom 45 cents, to O1 each. Starch, (finest quality;) sold.now.or.former l'by others at-25' cents, sold: by dn-: fdra 121 -Epsom Salts, sold by others at 121, sold by ne for 6jceeits. Finest Candies and Kisses. sold byothers at 50 to '75 cents sold by me at 25 cents. BistMuscatel Raisins,.told by others at 25 cents, sold'b me at 124 cents. - -Regard ( -pb thousand.)sold,byothers it S7ceits eact, sold by me for. I cent ea6bi Candied titrons, sold by others at 50 to 62$ cedis'perpound, sold by-me for 374. tugur, (excellent quality-)10 pounds for $1. a or iftskertini$5-worth- 11 p6's .(i-$l. Best-Ri'Ci'fee in--the market,I0- pouuds i for$1. -l :-' - ' Green Baite; (under cost,) 50,tents per yd. Caps and Sauccre; id by others at '5 cents d sold by'me-for 18 ceints a-det. Che'ese,124-cents per pound. Miin'sh id Doys Caps, frotS.5O cau:Mto $1 d ' eacbia . - '"aving.doap, 6 cakes for25.cents. .4lnheaver Cloth for Coats and : Past est knligo-blue for $2per,yrrd.. feducets 31# cents eael nn&ef'r 2i'io :37 este. Hats $lI 37&to $4 50, for best- Beaverewitl .casd'~ortH 50 cestainsud'dsith'best. Cologne Water, 50 cents a-quart. Eito-FocoMatches, best quality, 25. denb piftdozei boxes, - odaisi d=Sagar Bisetit, -sold by others at 25'cent" per-b -sold by me 'of 20 ceis.:. i Malaga Grapes, fine quality, (10 kegs,) a 25'dentsper poind: . .- - -.:. Bots oad by others -at $2' 50, sold by me ,Dots, sold by gotiers- fl $7 00, sold m rfdi'$4' e patribest -seded Calfskin . ; Ladies' Spew;: soldbbyme 6 1 124 cent per'paisrold by-others a3 5 . ; *-rr CWHO HA( O SAL E ' :6.0it'ns iemedy for-diseases .ofeLdiles Wiakiess &b.-' ;- -.*-s'z : SCblien's' Lagic -otion ior Headache-.Tooth SHairb'siNerve-and Bone Liniment, for Rheu 'Dr Irandreth'sPlls. - A freshespply of Dr: Jayne's Alterative jiitreceived - Edgefield-C1J;,Feb 25 - 2t: 5 IL L. JEFFERS, * sGneral Agent ind Commissio -Merchant, Hambuhrg, S. C. nTILL olers h - ervices to his fijends and ther pblic, ntd lhe will-devote his nndivi ded attentioni to e . ISELLING OF COTITON-AND FLOUR, Bzczzmir LED FORWARDING Gooms. BjIn.g Goods for Planters or Merchaats, a -tedto augi.usstht-may be . He embraces this opportunity of tendering his thanks to his friends for their liberal patron age heretofore bestowed,.and by industry and close aisentien to kusiness, he hopes to merit: and to continue to receive the same. It shall be his aiin to akae all his charges as light as pos -sible,-knowing that it will .Me to his interest tc -closely obeerve the interest of-his friends. L~iberal-advances will be made if required. 0r1 "produce-sent to im for sale .or store. Cottoi *sent to hiniby Boats, wIll be received free q schai gc. All produce sent to him for sale -Will beprotmptly sold on arrival, if so ordered. --August6 tf 28 -W ARE-HOUSE AND CUommission Business -g HANKFIUL to our !riends-for the liberal .Ep'urdnage hitherto neceivedi~we respect fullysolicir a continuance of the same at our okl --Water-Proof Ware-House, Where we will cosinne-.to .&lceie. Store an Sell Co-r-oN and other Pnoziuch, Recessc - --. and Forazrd AT MODERtATE CUABGEs [ We wvill give undivided attention to any hu seiness in our line, entrusted *0 our-care, ex ']ept the bing-qf-Goan, which weirefuse to 07:bo~ either ewr ototaccut er that of others, - ieheving it difficult to piease in the untted cas -pacityol both buyer-andseller.. -Fron the long exponrence of our senior Sprtner, and by prompt anid'devoteJ atteation ..- JolI .anatteis of business, confided to us, we Shopa to mierit a shae of public patronage. - - .WAI.ERi& PEARSON.A lanbrgS.'C.,Seyt.'17-~C'm - -35; $jhe EdgefifldAdrertiser, Abb. Banner, An derson.Gazette'.Feiidleton Messenger, and Gregnvile Mouestainner,'each, will copy the - ove for snix ioths -Jounuza. ]EDG1EFIELS-DfSTRICT, .NiTHE&COMLMON PLELAS. -Niieyii ii4..Execntix. vs.. Dec'n ja Enoehifyne? Harmion:H nt, For. A I Vmd i. H4 yne. - auchnm H Patttjitf6s nbove stated casshav T igts dyfle~d-her declaration--iu:my offiluii6dgfondants having neither wives rattorneyAs$ntoe'ifthin thellinitsofthii ttO bsie-.aCpy.P (~pqigddelaration toahideratioi, wiliin-'a ieti dafk'ou thepublieationoEthis erdr6r and.ahsolsutedetniaba awardeduigaini THIOMAS G.,iACONe.c,, etkes Of~ae:.17th Marsh 18& ii -8 eE.. eta, .to plead eatt e, Plwntifs A. ' . Defendand' ?s lsration wittiir bereof,.ot_.:j sd * bsen . Wttt 4 M " ' I Clerk' Ut E>et =:Epai #E ,,. ry. ,._,. ism .Rice ianl T H ' lafii -theirdea case s ein. : ia,.t :edl, , hsvingpeitaec to be initbin d e sr whom a coliy'M sat ratio to "1usr ch' i that hersai ;fie A, said decltcadp s hh from the 's ,.n:o.. ,,s and a0soltlte against c6eEaz , N ,. . Clerk's O8iC8;.1 t :state: a Job Gii4ha ri, Elijah PPIP. A..W,. Iju Y1 HE pla,,tatl$si lhis:a led ee t it1 clam fice, nnd;4be efsabttiav ytig ,nexknoirnto'XLF do wjtbtn,:, i State,,;;o n", hsaytr..a co -o withitrnla;twpfe'd c fore ordered-'Mat't'e" t' s appear td'' eadJ t veariuid Eay bii l im by cl 'k ) Slat t,: 56 haws-' ,... n -aPle ay e d1nlibe f be"aarabdb'd T ~a surein i -HAIR ' ori icb:" .Ip ndeifri siotar October, hasiroed'mgst satisfactory andliuc cesstul:- Fornearly-ajear pi psugonAo..fspig the-Tonic, my hair:h ahe ng out.and had become-verV thin and weak -and,,for about six months .' was hveryuch .fiictd with Scalled Hes lWthe sores -covermtn$almost the entiihead;tei nsingthe Tonic for about two months, my head" was -colopletely-cured. and my hair fely'reitored;afd is now growing: finely. Respectfully yours, di'... . AMUELe. N FLEET. Somerville, January24,. 844a HOOPIMt# COUGH AIDlCROUP.-To -Parents: Jauas 'EpcoeisWitiodt ex ception the nosa lab' inzun; for the dbovediseases, :It converts Whooping :Cough into a. mild ahd..traciabldisease ilhortens its duration more thba. h- thalfl.and produces 'a certain and 'e ve ~. rom half to onet easpoonfu 1:wilc0ttinly cure CROUP in infants and yonn .children, in half an hour'or anshour. T lives-of hundreds.of children will be,:ea.annually by always keeplug Iton hand, ready, for-airy emergency.-,: , I ., R. 48.- ROBERT'S is Dr: Jaynes only Agent at .Edgefie Cou'rt House: ( Beware Coune its ! Mlrch4 , 6 da sgte'8- 1l t v& U e e. " U51JA I ThePr siitarhas isi preiibed this' preparation isi'a'gieat wany cases oitRiheuatsm,.but in evqy: case where it was. used until the system became af lectedby theymedicine, the disease was. ie moved.. GU'T.-A-uinberof cases of Gout have been cured by this: Pre paration. In; one of these cases the dian had een afgcted with it so seveiely for thirteei -years, asti' 'Atirely disable him from bnsiness, and for five months inzuediatcly previous to his taking the ALrst Aitvs:he had-bee- confined toihis.room ;" but beilre be had finished the third bottlehe was euiisi tri ak about: the streetsy, and spos after retdrnes to his business, r n which ho had heen.exclnded by his afflictions. DROPSICAL 1t% S4iNGS.-Tis med icine increases the powerso dgestionefiita the-absorbents-into bcalthy mexercise,by whic waterous, or Calcareous .depositions, tadal unnatural enlargemonts,are. redaeed. 1 n parts tontesand vitality to tiie whole ;aytem removipgsack and, inpgbid' ljeadaches gaddi ness, wandering- mania,. and nervotra afifc tious. . .: In fact, in -every case wthere the medicinl has been taken for some tme, no matter to what prpose,-.tligeneral he lth othe paties has afways been improved b it. n' I conclusi'enthe Propitorwouldyanthi some of tlertuiosaen case'd dolki; [ireases ancer-cBreni'' sand Scroful have bee d'b this' uedicmne, that 4: ever It corded i'ha* wnt of toomiaith1 . R BER'S8 is- Dr. Jay6 A d edHiie'. u r Sate tna ".' FrElD j#-9.rG7+q% Andisw Hat Ca s ~ a oye ' a . having this day fledt rer De ietdaii -nqOifi~e~a$the rDeadanti-having neith no~ifbor Mtoruyskiiowiit'resideihithtt 4mi of t i o-whi@r E of thesau -with ?ruile'toplead can b'& vred; ti herefore Ordered"ialifdiDefedata pe and pleait'o tlie miame'itiih aysarand a from ihe lay here,oi' nai and absolite jnd I entwillbe wardea'iinifthe.=' THOMAS t BACONc.ce Clerk's Office, Ma'rch I7th,1845' ly8 *Statie of;Sotti' Carolnaa a EDGEFIELD DIS.TRICT. iN THE COMMION ?LRAS. -S. T Hughzes Declarhtion. in - ia Foreigne Piachal Tillman. tWznwii.' TrHe Plaintif' in the.above caselhiavitig thi Iday filed his declarato: inm niyv office, an the Defendant. having neither Wife nor' A torne known to reside within the limits this Ssa, onWItom, a copy of said Deeleri tion with a rule to plead can be served, onmi tion, GrifflII; Plaintiff's Attoiney, ordered ti said Defendant appear and plead to said Det laration within a year and a day from the dat hereof, or jodgment will he awarded agairn hiin bdeault.- T. G BACON, Clerlk. PClerk's'Office, Jan. 30,1846. ly ...3 State of Souith Carolina. EDGEF1ELD- DISTRIT. 1 N T HE COMfMO.V PLEAS. John Hilig Ordinary,). Declartiona in boshua-H ammond..- Attachament. NF~E flaititiff in' the above ease hay in jg''tiis y filed hi. Declartion' ii Ing odice, end the Defendant hsving -nei ther wifo-sor attorney known to resid witin the limits of this State, on whon a co ' of sild'Declaration with a rule a -cndaua'be served,aon inotion'of (Griffip Plaintiff'h &torney, ordered that the seam Defendent appear ,and gilead to the saim Delratin within a lear and adyion the date laereof,or ju'dgment wil be a wardeda 'dinst him- by defauh-.4t. TOMAS G. BACON, cr 'C? Clerk's o68lcEFeb. 10 1846 ly 3 South: :arolina, FyDGEFIFLD DISTrRICT., - . JNfCOMMO~N PLE AS. jhoinas Davis,) vse -Attachment EnocihB~ane. -~ Veity Farmer, - - ::7s'far'nioa:H ust7 Atacknn i Moore &DOi4~-~ - Enoch~ Yt- r rni Hielman hn~l~Z~h ttt is diais aii 'agaeipif'siii agmitlis9 -6 ~ - ~ 28~