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December 7, 1842. < 5,000 "PATrs OF NEGttO SHOES, Of our turn manufacture, At or, cr.vts .1 pair, HICII we can recommend to planters, as supe-1 f rinr to any heretofore offered in this market, 1 -ig been in iiuif.'ctured with great care, from the I st materials. Also, a general assortment of Moats (Z}tr! Shoes, viz: f . I.I?t I fv...,i;u|, Kli?,,nr. i4 Kill'* utuua uiim M.v i.'o do do satin do do do and colored kid do do Gaiter Boots and half Boots do Quilted walking shoes do Mack and bronze ties and slippers do Ivld Buskins walking do L"atlicr shoes of every vurioty Gentlemen's super sewed and pegged boots do do morocco do cheap do do French calfskin bootees Boy's boots and shoes Pegged and sewed brogans, low Shoe findings, lasts &c. -ALSOSpanish and country sole Leather Harness and upper Leather Calf and Lining skins, &c. &c. All of which wo offer on very reasonable terms, to punctual customers. W. ANDERSON & CO. Oct. 12, 1812. United Stats District Court. DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA. In the matter of Daniel Beavford, a Bankrupt. STBURSUANT to an order of the District Court I of the Uniteil States, lor i ie lmbu-ici 01 ouuiu | Carolina, notice is hereby given, that cause be shewn before the said Court, at the Federal Court House in I Charleston, on the third day ol December next, at' t loven o'clock. A. M. why tno said Daniel JBeuuford \ .-'loiild not receive his Discharge and Certilicate, as Hanl.rupt. II. Y. Git AY, Clerk. Charleston, Sept. 5,18-12. 41 United States District Court. DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA. .' ie mailer nf Dan'' !i. McLaurin, a Bankrupt. ? UKSU A NT to an order of the District Court ol 8 -he United Slate:, lor the District of South i." Telina, no'ico is hereby given, that cause be shewn iefore the said Court, at the Federal Court House i the city of Charleston, on the third day of December next,11 o'clock, A M. why the said Daniel McLaurin should not receive his Discargc and Vrtificate, as a BanKrupt. H. Y. GRAY, Clerk. Charleston, sept. 5. 1811. 41. United States District Court DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA. In the Mailer nf Charles W. Miller, of Sumter, ville S. C., a Bankrupt. PURSU ANT to an Order of the District Court of the United Slates, for the District of Soulh Carolina Notice is hereby given, that cause lie shewn before the said Court, at the Federal Court House in Charleston, on the fourth day of February , next, at eleven o'cIock, A. M., why the said Charles W lillcr should not receive his Discharge and 1 Certificate, as a BanKrupt. 1 Charleston, 7th day of November, 1842. , H. Y. GRAY, Clem: ' i United gtatoc Diutriot Court DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA. In the Mailer nf Benjamin F. Sadler, nf Laneasier District S. C% a Bankrupt, PURSUANT to an order of the District Court of the United States, for the District of South Carolina. Notice is hereby given, that cause be shewn liefore the said Court, at the Federal Court House in Charleston, on the fourth day of February next, at eleven o'clock, A. M., why the said Benjamin F. Sadler shott'd not receive his discharge and certificate, as a Bankrupt. i Charleston, 5lh day of Nov., 1812 H. Y. GRAY, Clerk. Paris Cassimercs, BROAD Cloths and Fancy Veilings. Also, gentlemen's worsted Scarfs and super light Koskin Gloves. Just received by Oct. 12. E. W. BONNEY ? -vw rtiT ? r* T nmifATinnrT JOSEPH UllAiiLLd\y uitin, Fashionable Tailor, TENDERS his thanks to liis customers for the generous patronage Ire Iras received, and respectfully informs the public that he continues to i carrv on busiucss al his old stand, two doors above the Post Office, where those wishing to have garments neatly and fashionably made are invited to call. Jan. 26. 4,500 pair of NEGRO SHOES. AT NINETY-FIVE CENTS. THE subscribers arc roady to furnish at the above price, a very superior lot of NEGRO SHOES, manufactured by themselves, the present season, of the best oak-tanncd Baltimore Sole Leather and extra nailed. Planters will find it to their interest to cxamino these Shoes, as wo are confident they will bo fauad better than those made from southern sole Leather ALSO. Receiving, our fall stock of Ladies, Gentlemen's, | M isses, Boy's and children's Shoes, of every description. from Philadelphia and the celebrated manufac tory of John White, which we are determine to sell at a small advance. JONES $ HUGHSON. Oct. 19. tf-16 J. F. SUTHERLAND, CABINET-MAKER, IF ILL remove from his present stand on the first of January noxt, to the House of the Rev. Mr. Jcnki"8! one door below the corner of DcKalb and Broad streets, where he will carry 011 his business in its various brandies. He will keep constantly on hand, a" assortment of Handsome Furniture, Sucli dressing und plain Bureaus, Sofas, Otto mans, Loui.^cs, Book Cases, Looking Glasses, Bed steads, Chairs, Venetian Blind?, &c. all of supcrioi workmanship, and the most fashionable style, at prices t < suit the times. Think:'ul for past favors, lie solicits a continuance 01" public palrona?c. lLTR<-p:iiring done on short notice, on tnoiiernti I terms. Nov. ,r ,r"" South Carolina. SUMTER DISTRICT?in ordinary. Summons in Partition. Charles McCoy, Applicant, vs. John McCoy and wife and others, Defendants. IT appearing to my satisfaction, that Tyre J. McCoy and wife, and Wylie McCoy, defend- c ants in the above stated ease, reside without the Stale of South Carolina aforesaid; It is thorcfore or- c di .cd that they do appear and object to the sale of llie real estate of Nelson McCoy, dee'd. on or before the loth day of February next, or their consent to the same will be entered of record. W. LEWIS, O. D. J Nov. 19, 1842. Pr's fee, $5 50 1 .?. j J. LEE, 1*1. D. . 1 SURGEON DENTIST, t: AM DEN, S. C. | Stage Accommodation. THE public aro respectfully informed that a lino of accomodation Stages will commence run. ning between Gadsden and Camden, on Monday the ] 14th inst., and continue to run three times a week, ] until further notice. ] To leave Camden every Monday, Wednesday, ] and Friday, after the arrival of the Northern ( inail, and arrive at Godsden in time for the Cars ] for Charleston. Lcavo Gadsden, every Tuesday, j Thursday, and Saturday, after the arrival of the Cars, and arrive in Camden in time for the North- j cm Stage. ] lETOffice at Davis' (late Stnrkes) 'Intel. ' WM. cfilVER. , Nov. 2d, 1842. South Carolina. LANCASTER DISTRICT. IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY. j James H, Morrison and wife, Annabella Morrison, j Applicants, va. Aaron Houston, James Osborne and < wife Mary Usborne, Tobias won ana wue ^larrissu Wolf, Mary Dunn. Margaret Dunn, Defendants? Division of the Real Estate of David Houston, dee'd. It appearing to my satisfaction, that all the above defendants reside without tho limits of this State: It is thereforo ordered that they appear and object to ] the division or sale of the Real Estate of David ] Houston, dee'd. on or before tho 10th day of Fcbrua- ] next, or their consent to the sane will be entered of ] record. J. H. WITHERSPOON, 0. L. D. Nov. 3, 1842. [pr's. fee. ?G] Stop the Runaway! R ANA WAY from the subscriber, on the 21st ' ultimo, a Negro Man calling himself CLEM, (sometimes PRICE.) He is six feet in height, and about forty-five years of age. In figure he is rather stout, and very erect; having nothing peculiar in his appearance, except that his face is ^ slightly pitted with tho small pox, and tho calves of his legs are unusually prominent from his knees, ' inclining backwards. He has a slight impediment in his spoech?lias a marked propensity for using I "big words," and invariably makes use of the letters til. for d. For instance, instead of ladder, he ^ would say lather. Ho is an intelligent negro, and uncommonly loquacious. It is probable he is now , about Clarendon or Charleston. ] A fdurnr/1 urill Ko OMVPn IvI? nppm J hension. a E. H. ANDERSON. Camden, Nov. 1. t Strayed or Stolen 1 FROM my plantation near Bisliopville, on the night of the 12th inst a stout Bay Horse, 15 hands high, five years old next spring; said horse has a small blaze or streak in the face with a snip on the nose or upper lip, one hind foot white near half way the leg, tho other partly white which is also the case with one of his fore feet, which is n?l recollected, he racks under the saddle, carries his J head rather down, and was in fine flesh when lie ] left- A suitable reward will be given to any person c who will give such information as will lead to his recovery. A. G. CROSSWELL. a Nov. 23. J t Battalion Order.' < CAMDEN, Nov. 21, 1842. ? ITT? T Doftillnn nf the 22<1 Rocrimeilt S. < f 111 Hi JLIUW^I uauaiivii v* v..w ? 0 J. C. M. will assemble at Camden, on Satur- ' day the 24th day of December next, at 10 o'clock " a. m. for review, inspection and drill. Officers and non commissioned ofiicess will ( assemble Friday the 23d, the day previous, for 1 drill. By order of Lieut. Col. S. S. Taylor, < J. D. MURRAY, ( Nov. 23. Adj't. 22d Reg. S. C. M. Rendezvous DeKalb Rille Guards, NOVEMBER 22, 1642 PURSUANT to the ordci of Lieut, Col. Taylor, the DeKalb Rifle Guards will parade in Camden, on Saturday the 24th of Dec. next, for drill and 11 review. ' Commissioned and Non-Commissioncd officers < will parade on the day previous, for drill and instruc- i tion. 1 By order of Capt. Dickinson. 1 \V. B. JOHNSTON, 0. S. I Nov. 23. iTniicfl statesJ?i*trict Court, j DISTRICT OF SOI; ! II CAROLINA. In the matter of William S. Brllser, Merchant of Sumter District, S. C., a Bankrupt. 1 PURSUANT to Order of the District Court of the United States, for the District of Soutli I Carolina, notice is hereby given, that cause be shewn before the said Court, at the Federal Court [ House in Charleston, on the eighteenth day of February next, at eleven o'clock, A. M-, why the said William S. Dellscr should not receive his Dis- | charge and Certificate, as a Bankrupt. J II. Y GRAY, Clerk. Charleston, 21st day of November, 1642. Nov. 30. Ynfiro. I TIIE Notes and Accounts of Messrs. Aldnn &. ' Austin, having been transferred to J. D. Mur- ^ ray. All persons tabled to that concer t or J. D. , Murray, arc respectfully requested to make pay- t incnt. t J. D. MURRAY. Nov. 23. Job Printing .Neatly executed at this Office. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS. W. A\ B)i:iJSO\ & CO, ARE how receiving from the North, a largo am well assorted stock of staple and fancy /?/?] wOODS, to which they would nvitc the attentioi fpurchasers; particularly, as liny can sell at ver; OW prices. TIlO lOJIOWing arc i icw OI uicir urn :les, viz: Super blue, black and fancy briad cloths ? ? " cassimcres " beaver cloth " merino cassirncrcs, assortod iattinctts, Kentucky Jeans iVtiitney and London Duffil Blankets, ^11 wool plains, kerseys JcKalb kersoys (an excellent article, of their ow manufacture) Flannols, of every quality, very low Black Italian lustring " gro de Swiss " Orleans and Alapnca lustre " Frcneh Bombazine Fancy French and English merinos Plain and fancy mouslin delaines French and English prints Earlelon ginghams, fancy and black Calicoes, of every quality and price Hob Roy and nett shawls [rish linens and long lawns Tabic damask and napkins Bird's eye and huckaback diapers 12 1-4 Baruslty sheeting Ticking, checks, drill ; llrown and bleached domestics, cheap Ladies' silk and fillctt gloves and mitts do black and colored kid do Ccntlcmen's beaver and hoskin gloves Worked muslin capes Lace and muslin edging and inserting Faconct, cambric and checked muslin Swiss muslin and bishop lawn. A large asenrtment nf Beady made Clothing. CONSISTING OF Black and fancy dress and frock Coats " " hunting do Beaver cloth frock and over coats Flushing and pilot cloth do Funis, Vests &c &c. Also, a full supply of IIATS and CAPS, of various descriptions. Oct. 12, 1642. SJvuyi'd FROM the subscriber on the 1st inst, a B iy Mar 3 years old, about lo 1 2 hands high, no visibl narks recollected. She is vviid and hard lo cutcl lever having been used but little. When under th laddie moves gay, carries a good ' ead and tail. Any information relating to said marc, will b thankfully received by the subs :ru.er alCamder ir any person delivering said marc to mo will b ibcrully paid for their trouble, and all expense raid. She was raised in Fayette Co., Kentucky md will probably try to inako her way back t vhere she was raised. JOSEPH BASKIX. Nov. 23. Negroes for Sale osi Credit. y| S Executor of the late Henry ltrillon, dee'd, fl will offer for sale at public outcry, on the firs Monday in January next, at Sumlervilcl, ninetcc ti'ugiuuo. Among iriem is a uarpentcr, tho balanc ire mostly fine field bands. TERMS?a credit of ono and two years sccui id by Bond, personal security arid mortgage; th nterest to be paid annually. Purchasers to pay for Papers. LEONARD WHITE. Excc'r. Nov. 30. South Carolina. LANCASTER DISTRICT. IX THE COURT OF OliDlXARY. Jolm Dennis and wife Rebecca, Applicants, vs Hary C.irwc.s, widow, Win. Mauly and wife Harriet David Mauly and wife Mary, and others?sale o livision, Real Estate of Rev. Jacob Carries, deed. It appearing to my satisfaction, that Win. Maul md wife Hannah, David Mauly and wife Mary, John lacoh, and Martha Jane Vaughan and the othc ihi'dron, (if any) of Catherine Vaughan, deed Samuel Carncs, Eli Carnes, and Elizabeth Marriott ind Nathaniel Humphries and the other children o Sarah Humphries deed, (if anv,) defendants in th ibove case, reside without the limits of the Stati [t is ordered that tho said defendants do appear, an ibjcct to the sale or division of the Real Estate c Rev. Jacob Carnes deed., on or before the 8th da >f March next, or their consent to the same will b mtcred of Record. JAS. H. WITHERSPOON, 0. L. D. Nov. 28. Pi's, fee, ?7. II. WII>KSi GUN AND WHITESMITH. Has opened a shop in Camden, two doors abov lie Baptist Church, for executing work in tl* vari >us branches of his business?such as repairing Gun; 3un Locks and Stocks and Pistols. lie will men ill kinds of brass, copper, cast-iron and pot-mctal hovel and tongs, fenders, lamps, coffee-mills &c Ho will also inend locks, fit keys and extract bro ten keys, mend brass and iron binding of water ver >cls, tin ware, Umbrellas and Parasals. He wil ittend to all orders for grinding and dressing Razors Scissors f Together with all other work usually done by a: ngenious workman in metals. He solicits the patronage of the public, and wil iromptly attend to his business. All orders for Bell hanging, attended to with des >atcli. Nov. 3ft. tf52. Ragging aiifl Rope IIOR sale by the subscriber, on the best c ' terms. E. W. BONNEY. Nov. HO. Periodicals. SUBSCRIBERS to the Lauy's Book, Souther Literary Messenger, the Magnolia or th Vow World, will please call and pay up thei lues, and renew their subscription. Person visliin^ to sub: '.ril..? lor eiih. rof the above work >r for the Lady's Musical Library, will find thi o be a <;ooJ opportunity, as new volumes com nonce *h th, January number. W It JOHNSTON'. A^pnt. VMlJ.iAlM iiliAKliMi 0* CXJxNfc Commission Merchants, Chr.vlest011, S. C. Tailoring. fllllE subscriber feeling grateful for the liberal patj i -i- ronagu afforded the late firm of Bcldon & Wat* ^ son, rospcctfully tenders his services to their friends tl; and the public generally, and solicits a continuance ? of the patronage heretofore extended, and as other . Tailors of tho placo have reduced their charges 10 and 20 percent, he invites customers to call and he will warrant satisfaction, both as to prices and work. He will be found at the old stand, one door north of the Masonic Lodge, and three doors south of the Post oflicc. A. J. BELDEN. NEW WINTER GOODS. THE subscriber is now receiving from N. York and Philadelphia, his supply of Fall and Winter Goods. His customers are invited to call and examine them, as he is determined to sell low. Sept. 28. E. W. BONNEY. WILLIAM SEVERNS, Fashionable Tailor, RETURNS his thanks to his friends and customers for their patronage, and tukes this oppoilunity of informing them that his prices shall bo according to the times. He lias a number of good | workmen, and every effort will be made to give satisfaction to those who may favor him with a call. W. S. is agent tor \Ir. James Chappell, of Philadelphia, and would bo pleased to furnish the Tailors j of tins Stato with the Fashions and the Transfer sys.' tern, Alamodc &c. To be convinced of the utility of this excellent mode of cutting garments needs but, a call, and may be seen at all times during business hours, at his establishment on Broad street, opposite Col. Dickinson's Law Office. j EFOrders from a distance promptly attended to.! Camden, Oct 5. Ancrum's Ferry. THIS Ferry will be re-opened on the first day of January next, for the accommodation of Travel* Icrs, and kept in first rate order. . THOMAS J. ANCRUM. Aug. 17 tf37 Fresh Fancy and Staple DRY GOODS. jlTRS. E. WARREN would respectfully in1*1 form her friends and customers, that she is receiving her usual supply of Fancy and Staple ~ Dry Goods, which will be sold unusually low for cash, or to those customers who are punctual in e paying. Among her stock, the following may c be found? it Mouslin Delaines, latest style, c Black and coloured Silks French, English and American Prints, every dcc scription Fashionable Bonnets, Flowers and Ribbons o Veils .Ladies' Cravats, Gloves and Hosiery IS " "> jt Luces, Giinpc, Fancy Buttons for dresses o Trimmings for dresses Embroidered Muslin Collars Revere and Hemstitch Linen Cambric H'd'kfa, Lace Goods, of all descriptions Shell Combs, Silver Thimbles &c. &c. * November 9. 4t49 it n South Cnrolinn. c LANCASTER DISTRICT, n IN THE Llh'l (I ORDINARY. Wm. N. Stcedman and wife, Hannah Steednian, c Applicants, vs. Elizabeth Shaver, widow, James M. j Shaver, Win. A. Shaver, John M. Shaver, Philip Shaver, Elliott Howell, and wife, Matilda, Gideon! Edwards and wife June, James Denton and wife j Rhoda. Sale or division of the Real Estate of Ben-, jamin Shaver, deed. It appearing to my satisfaction that John M. Shaver, Philip Shaver, Elliott Howell and wife , Matilda, Gideon Edwards and wife Jane, Defen. t dants in the above case, reside without the limits of iT the Slate. It is therefore ordered, that tho said defendants do appear, and object to tho sale or diy vision of the real estate of Benjamin Shaver deed., , on or before the 9th day of March, 1843, or their r consent to the same will be entered of record. JAMES H. WITHERSPOON, O. L. D. Nov. 28th. Pr's. fee, $7. ,f " ' e Ordinary's Sale. fwill offer for sale on the first Monday in January next, before Kershaw Court House, within the ^ usual hours of sale, 100 acres of land more or less, 11 as the Derolict property of Noel Kirkley, dee'd., ^ lying and being on both sides of Lynch's Creek, bounded on the north and north-west, by Robt. Kirklcy's and John Truesdalo's land, west and bouth by Laban Furgason and Daniel Gaskin's lands, and _ on the east by James Baskin, Senr's. land. Terms of sale?as much cash as will pay all cost; bianco 011 a credit until the first of June, the pur. ? chaser to give Bond and approved Security?araort'*' gngo of the premises if necessary, and pay for all ''' neccesary papers. The widow's thirds only exceptd cd. ' Ordinary's Office, Nov. 28lh. JAMES VV. B A SKIN, O. K. D Nov. 30. J Dancing Academy. i 11R. A. BONAUD, from l'aris, respectfully in? 1" forms the citizens of Camden and its vicinity, n that he intends opening a school at the Camden Long Room for instruction in Dancing, Waltzing &c., " as soon as llio requisite number of scholars is obtain, cd. IIo intends teaching the entire term of sixteen lessons, two lessons a wecK lor eigni weens in succession. IIo will also give private lessons to individuals and to classes of not less than eight, where parents prefer to have their children taught privato>f ly. Hours of tuition to suit the convenience of his pupils. A list will be left at Davis' (late Starks') Hotel. Reference may be inacto to >lr. P. F. Villepiguc, n A. BONAUD. e Nov. 23. s Flour. s it ^ew ^rrcls North arolina Flour for s ii sale low, by the subscriber for cash?also, u MftHiiorn PntflMes. K. W. HON\TFiY. "linv :?n. Want'ci for the next year. ' 1 NEUKIN oman, a plain cook and good washil er. IVages paid monthly. Apply at this office. i>ec. 7. I Prices Current. Beefsi :lb. 2 | 3i Bacon, V . lb. 6 9 B Beeswax, : : \ Jft. 18? 20 B Bale Rope, : : ty. 10 12? V Baggings yart 20 22 fl Coffee, : lb. 11 15 ^ Corn, bushel 40 45 ^B Cotton, lb. 4^ 6? l earners, to. <J/$j Fluur, barrel 4 50 6 Fodder, cict. 75 Molasses, gal. 33? 40 V Sugar, : : : lb. 8 12 1 Salt, : : : sack 2 00 2 25 ' Tobacco, : : : lb. 9 50 * Peas, : : : bushel \ Potatoes sweet, : : do. 50 Irish, : : bar'l. * Rice, : : : bushel 3 00 3 25 Powder, : : : keg 6 00 i7 50 asw 'mreauB9 One Door South of C, &F. Matheson & Co. | THE subscriber has just opened at the above t stand a small, but well selected stock of | Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware and . Crockery, which he will dispose of as low as they can be bought in this market. ? ? ' He will sell for CASH only, or to those whose accounts ar equivalent tc cash. On these terms, buyers will find, by giving him a call, that they will save from 25 to 30 per cent ^ i Ho hopes, by close attention to business, and by selling at small profits, that he will be enabled to please those who may favor him with their custom. WM. D. JOHNSTON. " Dec. 7. tf53. Mr. A. Bonaud's Dancing School COMMENCED on Friday last. Tuition days, Fridays and Saturdays. Hours of Tuition, from 4 to 6 for ladies and young gentlemen; from 7 to 9 o'clock for gentlemen. References?Gen. Cantcy, Dr. DeLeon, Thos. Solmnn/i onrl PT P IlitfioU MMMUVIIV* uuu A** A ijamcm JUOl? lOl Dec. 7. LOW FOR CASH, TIIE subscriber has just received an addition to his former stock of Dry Goods and Groceries, which he offers at a small profit, for cash, and to his punctual customers on his usual liberal terms. He has on hand 3,000 lbs new Rice, which he will sell at Charleston prices for cash. ALSO?A lot of Spanish Cigars at much lower prices than heretofore. Wl J. GERALD. Dec. 7. Desirable Land at PrivateSale Until the 1st Monday in Jan, next. THE Subscriber offers at private sale, the valua bio settlement at Bradford SrRiNos, Sumter District, late the residence of Mr. Henry Britton, dee'd. The tract contains about 1300 acres partly clear, ed, and under good (once, with a Dwelling house suitnblefor a place of public entertainment, with ^ all necessary out buildings. This place lies cqui-distant between Comdon and Sumtcrville, and is unsurpassed by any spot in So. Carolina. The purity of the vater and salubrity of the climate has for years past made it the resort * l 1st- -- 1 * y ui (toiouus in 4ucot ui iie<mu, ana 01 a acsiraoio summer location. As a place of public entertainment it has long been known and it affords inducements, to the enterprising not often to be met with. The terms will bo liberal?say two and three years credit, with interest payable annually. Any further information will bo given to any one wishing to purchase, by letter addressed to ine at Sumlerville,. If not previously sold, it will be offered at public outcry the 1st Monday in January next, at Sumterville. LEONARD WHITE, Exo'r. Nov. 30. Valuable JYegroes at Auction BY order of William Lewie, Esq. Ordinary of Sumter District, I will offer for sale at Sumter Court House, on the first Monday in January next, TEN NEGROES, belonging to the Estate of Benjamin Gerald dee'd. The Negroes are all young and remarkably likely. Five are fellows; (one a good hause carpenter, the others good field or boat hands,) and a woman and four children. The terms of sale are?One fourth cash; tne balance, on a credit of 12 months; purchasers to give notes with approved security. Interest from date. W. J. GERALD, Adra'r. Nov. 30. ts52. South Carolina. Kershaw District. Michael Lorick vs. Judah Barret.?L. Shurman vs. Judah Barret.?Debt Attachment. WHEREAS the Plaintiffs in the above cases respectively have filed their declarations against Ike defendant, who resides without the limits ot this Stato, as it is said, and whereas the said defendant hath neifcer wife or attorney, upon whom a notice with a rule to plead, can be served. It is ordered that the said defendant do plead, answer, or demur thereto within a year and a day, or final and absolute judgement will be awarded thereon. B. GASS, Clerk. March 29, 1842. The State of South Carolina* KERSHAW DISTRICT. In the Court of Common Picas. John Ogg, vs James Lain--Declaration in Attachment. II^HEREAS, the plaintiff in the above case has If this day filed his declaration against the said defendant, who is absent from and without the limits of this State, and having neither wife nor attorney within the same on whom to serve a copy of the 6aid declaration, with a rule to plead thereto: It is ordered, That the said defendant do appear and plead to the said declaration within a year and a day from this d."tt, or final and absolute judgment will be given and awarded for the said plaintiff. B. GASS, Clerk. Clerk's Office, July 13,1842. prs fee, &8 Segal's. . . A few thousand Principe Segars, for sale by Sept. y?. II. LE^ Y.