_.- I ROM the .very increase' -patronaged ex
tended to tho subscriber, he has been in
-duced to improve his HOUSE and PREMI
SES still forther, and would respectfalty an.
nounce.to his former patrons and the public,
-that he is now well prepared to make all com
Tortable who may favor him with a call.
The STABLES and CARRIAGE HOU
SES have been enlaged and improved, and
persons leaving horses -may.depend upon hav
ing them well attended to. --
-HORSES and CAR RIAGES alwaysin rea
diness to .convey passengers to, and from the
Rail Road. or to any part of the Country. .
Hamburg, Sept. 19, 1849, 3m 35
HAMBURG, S. G.,
OHN A. HOUSTON having taken the
J above Establishment respectfully solicits
ithe patronage of his friends and the public gen
.etally. The buildina is at present undergoing
thorough repairs. Good STABLES -and also
-a LIVERY STABLE will be connected with
'he HOTEL The establishment will be open
.,ed on the let of October next.
August 29, 1849. 3m 32
JIT The Abbeville Banner will please insert
Tor three Months and direct its account to 1.
A. Houston Hambtirg, S. C.,
CORNER OF. CURCH AND QUEEN STREETS,
Charlesto~n, S. C.
FORMERLY KEPT BY CHARLES 11. MnT.
:. AMES W. LAMKIN & JAMES M.
HURST having taken the above exten
sive and well known Establishment, solicit the
patro inge of their friends and the public gen
Charleston S. C. Ananst 1. 1849, tf 29
Hamburg I. 0, 0, F. Academy.
HE Exercises of thiq institution was re
. sumed on Monday the 24th Sept. ult.,
inder the direction of Mr. DAVID F. G RIF
FIN. Tuition per quarter-for Reading, Wri
ling, English Grammar, Geography, Arithma
tic and History, (ancient and modern) $5 50
With or without any of the preced
lng studies; the higher English
branches, viz * Algebra, Geome- -
- try, Trizonometry.-'Surveying,
Chemistry, Natural Philosophy,
&c. &c., and the ancient Lan
- guages. . ... . $8 00
Music. . .... $10 00
Use of Piano, . . $2 00
Terms-Payment qiarttrly. in advance.
Each quarter to contain eleven weeks.
The Trustees take pleasure in being able to
announce that they have secued the valuable
services of Mrs. GRIFFIN, who will give her
personal attention to the female department.
Parents and guardians, desirous of sending
children as paying or beneficinry scholars, will
make application to the trustees.
SAMUEL TROWBRIDGE, '
J. H. ANDERSON,
H. A. KENRICK.
S. T. BRITTON.
W. W. SALE., 9
Ham&jrg, Oct. 17, 1849, 4t
-Fail and Winter -Goods.
-H E Subscriber has just received, his Fall
j.anid Witer Stock .of Goods, consisting
-of all kinds if.
W IORSTED GOODS. BLACK BOMBA
* .ZINES. ALP.ACCAS AND FANCY
SILKS, for LADIES DRESSES.
- A LARGE L.OT OF PRINTS Or ALLt KPSDs
Fine Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons,
Mnslin W~orke.d Collars,
SSilk and Wellen Shawls,
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEGRO SHOES
-- BLANKETS & KERSEYS. .
Groceries, Hiardware, Crockery, Slhoes, Sad
dies, Hats and Calps of all kinds.
which will he sold very lorw, and a libetal dis
count for Cash.
-B. C. BRYAN.
September 26 St 36
To Physicians, Druggists
* AND COUNTRY MERCilANTS.
Dr. J. N. Keoler atid Bro. most respetfully
solicits attention to their fresh stock of Enlish,
French, German and American Drugs, Medi.
- cines, Chemicals. Paints, Oils Dye Stnn's,
- Glass Ware, Perfumery. Patent Medicines, &c.
H aving opened a new store, No. 294 Mai ket
St. with a full stupply of Fresh Drtigs and Med
icines, wve respectfuilly solicit Conntry dealeri
to examine our stock before purchasing else.
* ~where, promising one and all who may feel dis
posed t:) extend to us their patronag'e, to sell
them genuine Drugs and Medicines, on as lib
eral terms as ainy other honse in the City, and
to faithftully execute all oiders entrusted to us
- - - promptly and with dispatch.
One of the proprietors being a regularph
* sician, ail'ords ample guarantee of the gennme
quality of all articles sold at their establiashment.
We especially invite druagliss and co'utry
merchants, who may wish to become agents
-for Dr. Keeler's clebrated Family Medicines,
*(star.dard and piopular remedies,) to forward
* their dress.
Soliciting the patronage of dealers. we re
* main, ' J. N. KEELER & BRO.,
Whiolesale Druggists, No. 294 Market street,
Se ptemnber 19, 1849, ly 35
Land & Negroes for saIe.
71H E Subscriber desirous of qtuiting the
Rfarming business, will offer for sale at
* . public outtcry, to the highest binder, on Wed
nesday the 5th of Decemtber next, his valuable
plantation situate about 7 miles frotm Edgefield
C. H. on the Newberry Road.
.The Tract contains 500 acres, more or less,
being a part of the 'plantation formerly owned
by Maj. i. S. Jeter, deceased. On the premi'
- ses are a comfortable dweling, suitable for a
small family and several out buildings. 200
acres of said tract is well timbered.
Also eleven likely young Negroes, consisting
of men, women and children. Also the pre
-' . ,sent vears Crop, consisting of Corn. Foddei
and Oats, Horses and Cattle, and Plantation
-Tuiws--The land wvill be snld on a credit ol
*one and two years: Note and approved securi
ties, with interest fromt date. The Negroes,
Crop, and Stock, one-third cash, the balance
* 12 monthsecredit by Note and appioved secu
N. J. BLACK.
Oct.13, 1849, 73 9
-EGRO KERSEYS, Shoes and Blankets.
.LA superior asssortmeont at
- BLAND & BUTLER'S.
Oct3, tf 37
LiRESH ENGLla5H DAIRY CHEESE,
.5. ust received at
BLAND & BUTLER'S.
H. L. JEFFERS, -W. S. COT]
WARE-HOUSE & COMW
T AKE this method of itiforming their fri
.1still continue the WAREIOUSE an<
place and Augusta. GR.. they offer their sers
COTTON FLOUR.'BACON, A-c.,
CIIANDISE, BUY GOODS for PLAA
Their Ware--House in Augusta is on Mel
Their Wate. House in this.'place is safe fr<
As they will be constant at their p6it, pro
they are aware will add to ther own,) they
share of that liberal patroaage berotofore be
LBERAL cash a'dvances will be nade, wh
Hamburg, Sept. 1;
Ware--House & C<
T I-TE Utidersigied'having talcen the W
late Geigor'& Knight, respectfully ten
Cotton and other produce, forwarding Merc
. The usual advances will be made on cons
cation of the WARE-HOUSE. and by ut
liberal share of patronage and hope to give s
July 25, 1849,
-The undersigned respectfully return theit
liberal support and solicit a continuance of t
C AN DID ATE S.
THOS. W. LANHAM,
T. J. WHITAKER,
For Tax Collector.
WM. L. PARKS.
L. A. BROOKS.
SAMPSON B. MAYS.
F. W. BURT,
B. F. GOUDEY,
W. 'L. COLEMAN,
WM. I. MOSS,
H. T. WRIGHT,
HUGH A. NIXON,
WM1. MI. JOIINSON,
THOS. G. BACON,
E DM UND PIENN,
, Broght to the Jail
OhF this District, on the 9th instant, a
Ynegro man, who says his namne is JA R
RETT, and that he belongs to Mr. Benjamin
Rice, living within four miles of Union Court
Houso. Said fellow cays heo is a blacksmith,
and has a very large scar on his left arm, just
belowv his elbbw, caused by a burn; lhe also
has a large dark spot or mole covered with
hair, on the lower part of the left cheek.
Hie is about five feet six and half inches high,
between 25 and 28 years of age and light
The owner is requested to come forward,
prove property, pay charges and take him
away, or he will be dealt with as the law
ditects. H . R. SPANN, i. E. D.
March 13. 1849 tf S
Brought to the Jail
OFthis District, a negro boy who says
his name is WILLIAM, and says
he ii FR EE. He says he came to Char
leston with Captain Schley or Slye, and
has been in the employmetnt of Mr. Sch
Icy, (the Captain's brothers.) for the last
year. lIe says he came out to Charles
ton as assistant Conk, on the vessel--;
that owing to a difficulty with the fireman,
lie was denied employment on board, and
could not return. He says his mother is
named Mary Jane, and that the said Mr.
Sley, in his Guardian, as he understands
it. Said boy is between fourteen and six
teen years of age, about 5 feet high, of
The Guardian or owner is requested to
come forward prove property, pay charges
and take him away, or he will be dealt
with as the lawv directs.
H. RL. SPA NN, J. E. D.
Oct. 31, 1849. tf 41
Drosegla to tihe Jail
O Pthis District a negro man who says
his name is E LIJAll, and says he
belongs to Mr. Hiram Lecroy, a Baptist
preacher, who be says lives about thirteen
miles above A bbeville Court flouse, said
negro f'ellow is about 5 feet, 7 inches high
and betwee~n 24 and 26 years of age, and
The owner is reqnested to come forward,~
prove property, pay charge. and take
him away, or lie will be dealt with as the
1K . SPANN, :. a. it.
October 31 1849, tf .41
A lLprons indebted to the Eqtate of John
J.May.. deceased, will make payment.
And thtose having .demands will reader them
in propeily attested.
* S. B. MAYS,. Ex'r.
Sept. 19 18-49 3m 35.
heavy Cotton Domnestics.
BROLWN Shirting. and Sheetings,
* Net Silk Gloves.
Belt Ribons and Laces, new and frost,. can
be had at BLAND & BUTLER'S.
IRAN, E. J. BUCKMASTER
VHSSION MERC ANTS
irg S. C.-WATERPROOPs
mn and. the public geqerally that they
COMMISSION BUI NESS in this
ices to RECEIVE..STORE -a SELL
RECEIVE nud -FORWRD MER
rTERS or HE RCHANT&
tosh-treet, in the "at ofth COTTON
m water and soted the e1ore- not ex
0otinghb hiterest ofthir fri4itds, (which
solicit and hope tornrit anlreceive a full
stowed, and for whitch iheyr now return
en required, on arny proene tLStore.
JEFFERS, COTHRAN, & CO.
ARE-HOUSE of GEIGER:& PARTLOW,
der his services in the 8iigiand Eale of
iandise and purchasing i order. &c. when
ignment. I trust- froir the favourable to
remiring attention-to busiaei to obtain a
W B. BRANNON.
grateful thanks to-heir. patrons for theY
ie same for W. B. Ba*'Fotewhom their
IAUNDICE. DYSlEPS1A,C RONIC OR
OF THE KIDNEYS,
And all diseases atriti from a disor
derd Liver or Stomach in-bolh
Male and Female:
Stch is Vonstipation, Inwari.Piles, Fullness
r Blo6d to the Head, Acidity of ike Sromath,
Nausea, Ileart-burn, Disgust -f6i Food. Full
ness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Ernita
tions, Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the
Stninach, Swimming of: the Head, Hurried
and Ditficult Breathing, -Fluttering at the Heart,
Choking or Sufficating vensationi when in a
lying posture, Dimnes of Yision, Dots or webs
before the Sight, Fever afid dull pain in the
[lead, Deficiency of Perspiratiorr, Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back,
Chest, &c., Sudden fl.shes of-Heat, Buinin
in the Flesh, Constant Imagijings of eyil and
great depression of Spirits-cin be-effectually
Celebrated Germati Bitters.
Their power over the aboire diieases is not
excelled-if equalled-by any other prepara
tion in the United-States as the cureb attest, In
many-cases after skillful physiciafts'had railed.
Dermigement of the Liver ind-Stonach are
sources of Insanity, and will aso prodnce dis
ease of the Heart, Skin, Lungs and'Kidneys,
and lays the body open o.1- attack- of the
Cholera, Bilious, or Yell ver, and is gen
erally the first cause of that most baneful dis
Opinions of the Philadelphzia Press.
" THE DISPATCH,"
December 3tst says :
AN INVALUABLE MEDICINE.--We
have fregitently heard the Celebrated German
Bitters, tinniactu red by' Dr. Hoofiand, spoken
of in terms of commendation,e and we know
deservedly so. it is a too comrmon practice, in
certaini qua iterm, to puff all maner of tiseless
trash, but in the case of the above Bitters, hun
dreds are liying witnesses of their great moral
and physical worth. As a medicine 4br the
Liver Complaint. Janndice.-Nervous Debility
and Dyspepsia, it has been found invaluable,
effecting cures and thoroughly eradicating dis
eases. when all oth,er medicines have failed.
We fell cohnvinced, that in the use of the Ger
man Bitters, the patient does aol become debil
itated, btut constantly gains strength and vigor
to the frame-s fact wvorthy of great considera
ion. The Bitters are pleasant in taste and
smell, and can be adminmstered under any cir
cumstances, to the most delicate stomiach. Inm
deed, they can be used byall - ersorns wvith the
most perfect safety. It wouldbe- well for thiose,
who are much affected in the vervous system,
to cotmence with one teaspoonful or less, and
gradually increase. We speak from experi.
ence, and are of course, a pr6per judge. Thme
press far and wide, have united In recommend
ing thme German Bitters, and to the afilicted we
most cordially advise their use. -
"SPIRIT OF THECTIMES,"
June 24LAs says :
"DO OUR GOOD CITIZENS *ho are
invalids, know the many astaisiihing cnres that
have peen perforined by Dr. Hooflanid's Cele
brated German Bitters ? Ifilmey 'do iiot, we
recommend them to the "German MedicIne
Store," all who are afflicted with Liver Com
plaint. Jaundice, Dyspepsia, or Nervous Debil,.
ty , the Doctor has cured many of our Citizens
a fter thle best physicians'had faled. -We havo
used them, and they have provid:to be a medi
cine that every one shonld know of, and we
cannot refrain 'giving,.our testimony in their fa
vor, and that which gives them -greater claim
upon our humble effort, they are entirely Vege
Can stronger testimL.ny be adduced by any
freparation before the public ? A single bottde
will coiivince any one of their power over dis
ease. They are entirely Vegetable, and .will
permattently destroy the imostn obstinate costiVr
ness; and give strenmgth and-vigor to the frame,
at mno time debilitating the patient;. being also
grateful to the most delicate stomach under any
circumstances, and can be administered with
perfect safety to -delicate infants:-they are free
from Alcohol, Syrup, Acids, Calomel, and all
mineral and injurious ingredients.
They cant be taken at alttintes anid under aul
circumstanes, no ordina' reposre toilt prevent
them having a saluta~ry efe, -ini no bad result
can accrue fro ai over dose.
For sale, wholesale and retail,at the princi
pal Deot, GE RM AN MEDICINE STORE,
No. R Iace Street, Philadelphia.
For sale in Edgefield byG .L. PENN
Columbia by BOATWRIGHT .& MIlOT
Augusta by Win. HAINS, and by'respectable
dealers generally throughout the United State.
July 18 1849j ly -.. 26
WE have this day associated witht us. Afr.
WJ. E. BUCKMiASTER,-ian the trans
action of the General Comnuia,m and Factor
age Business, which will herealerbe conducted
under the name and -sty le.of Jusmas, Co-rn
JEFF'ERS & COTHRAN.
r larg , Sept 10, 1849 tr 34
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Charles Smith, and wife,
and others, Pariilon.
Jane W. Anderson.
N OTICE is hreby given that by vir
tue of the Decree of the Court of
Equity in this case, I-shalA proceed to sell
in three or more. parcels, at Vdgefield IC.
H.. on the first Monday in December next,
the following real estate, belonging to the
estate of John Anderson deceased, viz':
One Tract of Land, containing wo thou
sand one hundred and forty (2140) acres,
more or less, lyiipg on Cufeetown Creek,
.n-d-adjoining lands of Luke Devore, Geo.
C6 Mayson, Edmund B. Belcher, Leroy
H. Mundy, A. T. Traylor, Peter Quattle
bum and James S. Harrison.
Said Lands will be sold on a credit of
one and two years, eqal instalmenats, ex
cept for so much as will pay the cost of
this suit to be paid in cash. Purchasers to
give-bond and good sureties to secure the
S. S. TOMIPXINS. c. E. E, D.
Comm'rs. Office, Oct. 8, 1849.
October 10, 4t 38
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
lRobert Meriwether, and
Archy Crafton, and others.
NOTICE is hereby given, that ,by vir..
- tue of an Order from the Court of 1
Equity in this case, I shall sell on the
premises, (on the Ware Tract,) on Wed
nesday, after the First Monday in Decem
ber next, being the 5th day of December-,
the real estate of Thomas Meriwether, a
larger portion (I) of which is woodland, as
No. I of the Upper Tract, containing by
survey of D. White, D. S., six hundred
ac-es, lying on Stephen's Creek, adjoining
lands of the estate of Jeptha Sharpion, the
estate of John liddleton, and Tract No.
2, of the Upper Tract of said estate.
No. 2 of the Upper Tract, containing by
survey of D. White, D. S.. seven hundred
*and sixty acres, lying on Stepen's Creek,
bounded on the North by the above Tract,
(No. 1,) and the estate of John Middleton,
on the West by the road leading to Furey's
Ferry, and on the South by Mrs. Key and
No. 3 of the said Upper Tract..
No. -3 of the Upper Tract, containing by. i
survey of D. White, D. 84 four hundred
acres, bounded on the North by the above
Tract, described as No. 2, on the East and
.Southeby Mrs. Key and Dr. G. Tennant,
and on the West by the -road leading to
Furey's Ferr.yj and Tract No.4of the Upper
No. 4 of the Upper tract or' the Locust
Hill tract, containing four hundred and
two acres by survey of D. White, D. S..
and bounded on the North and lEast by the
above tracts described as No. 2 and the
Furey's Ferry road-,on the South and West
by the Estate of John Middletonj dec'd.
No. I of the Lower or Ware. tract, con
tainin2 by survey of Di.Whii. D. S., four
hundred and fifty six acres, adjoirning lands
of Thomas MicKie, Nos. 2 andt4, of the
Lower or Ware tract, reserving the use of
the spr'ing, known as the poplar sprinig,
near the residence of Thomas McKie, to
the said Thomna McKie and his wife do
I-ing their lives.
No. 2 of the Lower ~r Ware tract, con
taining by survey of D. White, D. S., six
hundred and twenty-six acres, lying on
Stephten's Creek, adjoining lands of Thos.
McKie, the estate of John WV. Garrett, J.
A. Hloostoh, and Nos.1 and 3 of the Low..
er or Ware tracts.
No. S of the Lower or WVare tract, con
taining by survey of D. White, D. S., six
hundred and fifty acres, lying on Stephen's
Creek and adjming lands of Robert Mer
riwethor, Joseph Crafton, and Nos. 4 and
2, of the sdid uppet ot- Ware tract.
No. 4 of the Lower or Ware tract, con
taiming seven hundred and thirty-six acres,
by survey of D. White, D. S., adjoining
lands of A. T. Crafton, Joseph Crafton,
and Nos. 1 and 3, df the upper or Ware
No. 5 of the Lower or WVare tract con
taiming by' survey of D. White, D. S., one
hundred and twenty-eight acres, adjoining
lands of William Dearmond, A. T.1. Craf
ton, Thomas MlcKie, and on the east by
the road leading to Furey's Ferry, and No I,
of the Lower or Ware tract.
All the personalty of the said Thomas
Merriwether, after taking off the share
of William R. Meriw. r, deceased,
consisting of Negroes. H ,~s Ilogs. Cat
tle, Corn, Fodder, plantation Tools &c.,
Said Lands will he sold on a credit of
one and two years, except for so much as
will pay the cost of this suit to be paid tn
c1sh. And as to the personalty, a credit of
Purchasers to give hood andI good per
sonal sureties, to secure tbe purchase
A T. Craftn Robert Merritvether and
Joseph Meriwether, living near Furies
Ferry, will show the lands to any one de
siring to see them.
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E.'D.
Commissioner's Ollice, 2d, Oct. 1849.
ll'-The Abbeville Banner and Augusta
Chronicle and Sentinel will copy once a
week titl first Monday in December, and
for ward bill to
Oct. 3,1849 9t 37
From Tumbling Shoals' Mills.
JUST receite Twenty-Two Bartels, Super
fine Flour in Flat Hoop Barrels, from the
above celebrated .Mills, and ror sale by
-'G. L.PENN. Aoswv.
August15 t f 30
1500 LgS. Choice Georgia made Cas.
40 Sacks Salt,
10 Ble. New Flour. and lots of Bacon on
hand yet at .BLAND & BUTLER'S.
August 1$ tf 30
tOR flavoring Ice Creams. Sauces. Jellies
.' Puddings, Pies. &c., via: Lemon Vanilla,
Almont and Rose, just received, and for
sale by G. L. PENN, AGaNT.
August15 tf 30
Mhe Great Remedy fur Rheumatism, Gout, Pai
in the Side, Hip, Back, Limbs and Joint
Scrofula,,King's Evil, White Swellings, Har
Tumors, Stif Joints, and all Fixed Pais
Where this Plaster is AppIe4
PAIN CNNOT EXIST.
A gentlemaik in the South of Europe av
lalesine, in 1830, he;rd so .much said in it
iter place in favor ofrEW DAVID'S PLAS
ER, and of the (as he considefed) miraculot
ures he had performed, that lie was induce
a try it on his own person, for a Long ati
,iver Affection, the removal of which had bee
lie chief object of his journey, but which ha
esisted the enial and delicious clime.
He accordingly applied a plaster on the rirl
f his chest where the paifi was seated, anothe
etweet the shoulders, and one oyer the regio
if the liver. In the mean tim.he drank freel
if an herb tea of laxative qualities. He soc
bnnd his health improving, and ih a fr6* We'el
is cough left hin; the sallowriess of his ski
lisappeared, his pain was removed, and hi
ealth became permanently reiterated.
The following is from Mr. Worstel, editt
if the Massillion Gazette, Ohio.
Gentemen-During last winter and sprin
was so .trobled witl a pain in breast as I
ender me unfit for the duties of my office
nd hearing your JEW DAVID'S or HE
3RE'W PLASTER highly recomamended f(
imilar cases, I was induced to give it a trial.
ad worn a plaster upon iny breast but a sho
ime, when all pain left me, and I was enable
Igain to engage in the labors of the office.
vouid also state, that my sister, residig i
5teubenville in t1is State, has received iuc
ienefit from its use.
Yours, truly, J.P. WORSTELL."
Masillon, Nov. 12, 1843.
It has been very beneficial incases of Weal
less, such as Pain'and Weakness in the ston
ich, Weak Limbs, Laniekess, Affection of th
spine, Female Weakness, &c. No femali
ibdect to pain or weakness in the back i
ides, should be withoutit. Married ladies i
lelicate situations, find great relief from cot
tantly wearing this plaster.
The application of the Plaster between ti
houlders has been found a certain remody fi
olds, Gonghs, Phthiiic and Lung Affection
n their primary stages. It destroys infiemme
ion by perspiration.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.!
CAUToN.-The Subscribers are the onl
3eneril Agents in the Southern States for th
ale of this truly vahable Plaster; and ir. ordf
o prevent purchasers being imposed upon b
i counterfeit article, sold in this city and elsi
0here. for the genuine, they invite particul
ttention to the fblowing marks of the Genuini
Ist.-The genuine in put up in smooth, er
;ine turned bottoned boxes, not soldered in.
2d -The genuine has the engraved head i
lew David on the directions, around the bo:
vith accompanying record of Court to I
-- SCOVIL & MEAD. Chartres Stree
holesale General Agents for the Sonther
tates. to whom all orders must be addre.iesc
Sold alsn; Wholesale and Retnil-by
. L. PENN. Agent Edgefield Court lousi
L. C.. ALPo, by
IAVILAND & RISLEY, and J. BARNET
& CO., Anignsta,Georgia.
Feb 14, 1849 ly 4
TATE OF.SOUTF H CA ROLINA
IN THIE COMMON PLEAS.
P. JONES. who is now in the cu.
etody of the Shecrifi'of Edgefield Dit
rict, by vil-tue of a writ of Capias ad Satisfac
ndum, at the suit of Farrar & Hays, itecrchani
taving filed his petition withi a schedule on oal
fhis whole'estate and eflects, for the purpose
hnining the benefits of the Acts'of the Generi
.ssembly of this State, commonly called the I:
ovent. Debtors Acts. Public Notice is hereb
riyen that the petition of the said W. P. .Jone
vill he heardl and considered in the court of Cur
non Pleas, for Edgefield District, at Edgeiel
jourt [House on Monday the 6th day
larch next, or on such other day thierenfle
s the Conrt may order dutring the term coii
necing' on the first Mondaty ini March nex
t Edgefield Court Hou<e; and talthe creditos
the said WV. P. Jones, arc hereby summone
ither personally or by Attorney. then and t he:
n said Court, to show canse if aniy they cas
hy the petition of the said WV. P. Jone s, shiosi
iot'he heard and considered, and the benielit
he Acts aforesaid should not be granted upo
tis executing the. assignument required by tIa
THlOS. G. BACON, Clerk.
;erk's Office, Edgefield C. H. 9th Aug., 1841
Angust 15 13te 25
STATE OF SOUJTH CAROLIN.
iamuel Lowry and others, Bittfor Partitie
)scar Lowry, Oliver Atkins ofJEs nLort
T appeatrinig to my r.atisfacotion, that Jnhn
Sweatman and Charity his. wife, if aliv
Ld Thomas Reams, Celia Rteams, D)emar
teamus and Dantiel Sweatman, some of ti
)efedantts in this case, are without the limi
if this State, on motion by Mr. WVardlha'
laintif's Solicitor, ordered. that the defendar
bove named appear in this Honorable Comi
mud plead, answer or demur to the Bill in th
ase, within three months fanom the publicatic
f this order, or that said Bill be taken procos
~caso against them.
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E. D.
Commissioner's Office, Angust 20, 1849.
August 22, .3m 31
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA
iN T HE COMMON PLE AS.
avid Stalnaker, for )
. H. H ug hes, Declaration in
5s. ( Attachment,
Wm. L. Cochran.J
!3' LE plaititiff in the above case having th
.day filed his declaration an my offici
md the defendant having neither wife nora
orne), knownm to reside wvithin the limits
his State, otn whom a copy of said declamatioi
vith a rule to plead, can be served, Ont motic
if Mr. Wardlaw, Plaintill's Attorney it..
mrdred, that the said delendant appear at
lad to the said declaration, within a year anid
ly, from the date hereof, or judgment will b
twarded against hinm by defankt.
THO. G. BACON. clerk.
dgefield C. HI. Clerk's Ollce,-Ith Nov..I84
Novetber 8 ly- 42
I6d BARRELS clJoice.Stone Lime,i
fine order. For-sale by
H. A. KENRICK.
A NEW NINETY GALLON KETTLI
l.A pply at this Office.- .
Oct.. 0 n1i 41
STATE OF SOUTH M0NA.
IN -TAE COMMoN.PvA.
R. S. Robertt. Aangx uage
L.-Dwelle-& Co. e iiAs6s
R. S. Roberts. Forig--Auackrst.
W.K. Kitchen, - i a
d R. S. Roberts. Forega u m
Lambeth Hopkins, .
R. S. Roberti.
'J.C Carmichael, b = iiitsuT)iHL
e HE Plaintiffs respectively in the -eei
T casesabove mentioned, haing'this-,y
is filed their.dedlfirations in my office..and Jt'api
d pearing ~that'the defendant has neither~a wife
d nor aniattorr.ey, known to'be'within-this-State
" on whom a copy of said declarations with'a
d role to plead can be served i-on motion of Mr.
..Carrioll Plaintiffs Attoiney1 Ordered. that the
it said defendiot appoar and plead oitheiiaidids.
r claation Within--ayear.and a dayfrom the-da
n hereof,'dr thi ditINhereof, judgment. will.bW
n THOSG. 4BACON, c. c. P
a Clerk''i. e, Edgefied C. H. August28 18
n Aguist 29-.84K 1y 32
' STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
.E DGEFIkLD DISTRICT,
rINt TH E COMMON-PLEAS.
E. & J. James,
.ps.:' AUack'l. Ass#mp .
R. S. Roberts
Trait, Brother & Co.
- us. - At*Ad~ .isamp
r The same.
Henry Cohen i7C&o.
ri s.Atdk sp
The same. -
h The same. -
Bnker & Harti
. AUack't. Assus)i
7 PE*PIaintid's in the above cases having
' . . this daj filed their declarations, and the~
C DefendakIhaving-no wife or Attorney, knovin
i to -be in-this-Siale, on whom copies of Maid d6
r clarations 'o66d be served, with a'rule toplead;
n itis ordered on motion of Mr. GriAlin; Plaintiff's
Attorney, that the Defendant R. S. Roberts,do
plead to the said delarations within a yearand a
a day from the publication of thiq ordek; otfnal
r and absolute judgment will be awatded,gainst
THOS. d. BACONj . ..
Clerks Oflico, Edgeffeld C. H.29th Aug.'1849.
Sept.5,1849, ly - 3
e State -of South Caroina, -
r EDGEFIEI.D DISTRICT.
y 1N tRE COMMON PLEAS.
, Walker & Bradford, De.cidfift
R. S. Robertm. Auackma.
Walker & Bradford; Declaration
R. S. Roberts. iAUarAmevL.
T HE Plaintifis ith above eases having
this day filed their -Declaratlons- in m
Office and the Defandant haVing neither wife
nor attorney, known to reside within -the limits
n of this State, on whom a copy of said' Deblara.
- ions with a rule to plead can be setired.; on
motion of- Mr. Magrath, Attorney folFlPlain
4 tiffs, ordAired that said Defendant ippirand
plead to said Declarations within a-eaf.and-a
r day frodi-the dAte hqieol,or in deioli thieeof'
judgeinerit will be rendered against hit.
. T.~G. BACON a g -
- lerk'sOfice. May 22d 1849.*
- May 30.1849; 11.
STATE OF -SOUT H'CA ROLINA.
Dlavid L. Cuis~ DECX.A ATJOKr
h MARTIIN Ili'i". ATTACHMENT
,J. & S. Bones, & Co.) DEcr.AnaTION
iivs. '' IN.
~. A. B. Church & C. A TTrunuNT,
T H E Plaintiffs in the above stated'cases,
, aving this day filed their Dec'arations
1- in my hOfice, and the Defendants having
d neither wife nor Attorney, known to reside
>fihnthe limits of this State, on whom cop
'', ies of said Declarations with rules to plead,
'can be served on motion of M. Gray, Attor.
t'nay for Plaintiffst ordered that said DefeDd
dants appear and plead to said declarations,
ewithin a year and a day from the datelhejeof, -
or judgement will be given against-hiirb
THOS. G. BACON, C. N, D.
n Clerk's Office, .27th Nov. 18.48.
e Nov. 29 - if45
STATE OF'SOUJTH CAROLINA.
)EDG EFIELD DISTRICT.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
- E. W. Banctoft,)
R. S. Roberta.
-1 H E Plaintiff in thie abov.e sae'c
Ihaving this day filed his Declaration in
~tmy Office, and the Defendant having-neither
' wife nor Attorney known to reside within the
limits of this State, on whom a copy.ofasaid
Declaration with a Rule to Plead can lie ser
ved. On motion of Mr. Tompkins,'Alto'rney
~'for Plaintiff; ordered that' said Defeildant op
pear and plead to said Declaration,'-within a
te yearand aday from the date her'eof:dr'judg
isetwill be awardedl against hinm by. default.
THOS G. BACON, c.I.D..
tS Clerks Office, 28th A pril 1849.
' May 2, - ly 15$
" State of South Carolilla.
IN T HE COMMON PL E A3.
Kemtick & Thayer,
us. . uacknnmnt.
- Win. Gronet.
.1~ H E Plaintiff in this case, having'this.day
UGfled his..Deelaration .in iyi office,. and
ti:e Defendant haVing neith'er ifie nor attorney,
known to reside within thi limniis of this State
upon whom a copy of thie.said Declaration
with a rnle to plead, could. be-served.'- On mo
tion of T. G. Key, Attorney .for Plaintiff,-rn
isdered that the said Defendant appear and-pleadl
sto sadDeclaration .ih.a. year ad-a day
3, from the date he'reof, .or in default -thareof,
'jugetwill.he entered against him. -
judmet T HOS..G. BACON, c. a. r.
I, Clerk's Office. EdgefleldC. H-, Nov15, 3848
n Nov.22 Iy - 44 -
A TT ENMTION
ment U. S. Infantry, will continuee BU'IFt
E.RING from year to year, and do the best.h -
n can for his patrons. --
- CHARLES MARTIN GRAY.
- Julyl11 149, . .t( 25.
For Sale. -
A GOOD Secondhand Carriage,e ry
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