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W ILj L Stad the snauing:.eason' 0t
Thirt Dollar. the Beason, Twenty
Dollats the single leap, and Fifty Dollars
insurance, at 1pe- plantation of Captain
William B. Mays, four miles below Edge
Aold Court House, on the Stage road lead
iug to Augusta.. Ample preparation for
care and attention to mares will be made.
Thel will be pastured and fed on grain, (if
requred,) at twenty-five cents per day.
Accidents, escapes, sickness, &c. at the
risk of the owners, although every attention
will be paid to prevent them.
NULLIFIER, is a beautiful Bay, hand
somely marked with a delightful coat of
hair, which shows his superior stock. His
appearance is commanding-he is of the
greatest power, substantiality and strength.
He will be eight years old this spring-is
full llhauds high having superiorsize, large
bones, and is as well iuscelled as any other
l orse, in this, or any country, and has as
N. B.-Any person who will make up
R company of five mares, and become re
sponsible for. the tpaynent will have the
privilege of putting them at twenty-five dol
ars the Seas4n.
The Season will commence the fifteenth
of February, aud end ou the tenth of Juno.
Fifty cents to the groom in every instance
Performance of Null jier's Colts.
NULLIFIER'S COLTS are now run
ni s well as any colts in this country.
On the Norfolk course, Spring term 1837,
Jane Rowlett by Nullifier,:) three years old,
beat the Sweepstake race, mile heats win
ing the first and second laut. Time I min
52 see.-1 min. 50 sec. See Turf Reg.
July, 1837 p. 476.
On the Broad Rock Course (Va) Fall
meeting, W. R. Johnson's b. f. by Nulli
6er, three years old, run a Sweepstakes,two
tmile heats, for which four other colts of the
best stock, were entered. This race was
lost by Nullifier's colt, but she was second
best, and contested the race most gallantly.
The last heat is pronounced ''very iuteres
ting and the best heat during the week. See
T. Reg. Nov. 1837 p 559.
, i the Union (L. I) course, Fall meeting
Antoinette by Nullifier. won the Sweep
stakes for three year olds, two mile heats,
vinning the two first heats. See Am T,
Reg. Nov. 1837 p. 509
Feb. 1,1838, e tf 62
T 1IE above is anever failing remedv for that
variety of colic, so distressing to' Infhnts,
and for which the most injurious anodyne sub.
stances are too commonly given. It is safe and
soothing. and instead of producing costiveness. it
usually operates gently on the bowels.
This remedy Ias now been used for several
years, with that success and approbation, which
quack medicines made to sell, cannot command.
It is extensively used by the best physicians in
the l ountry, and to use the language of many a
mother, acts as a charm. While it allays the
pain and lills the child to rest, it does not leave
behind it those unpleasant symptoms, which
Laudanum, Batemans Drops, &c. generally pro
duce. Ample directions accompany each vial;
and certificates of its efficacy (if requred) can be
pendneed fE'prnm ith. nt repertnhts citwens nh'
Carolina and Georgia. For sale by
KITCih EN & ROBERTS)N.1amburg,
EI)W. IVEDBI,A nderson C It.
WM. IIACKE'TT, Pendleton C. II.
Ult. E. J. MI M 8, Edgr'feld C. 11.
Feb 5183 tf 1
DRUGS8, OILS, At.
PpEI E Sublscrmbers respectfully inuvite alse at
I tenationu ofl~ercanmts, Plaiiterq, P'hysiciaans
amnd others to their lear Stock of
Oils df all kinds, Paints, Dye Sinfl,
WFindow Glass, Brushes, Sj'c. 5,'e.
Ar 'nEIR SToR~s IN
HAMBURG AND AUGUSTA.
Trheirsupiply. is heavy, thecir assortmnent good,
iand herarticles fresh.
Dealing cintirely with time lIiannifeturers or
original iporters, they enn sell their goods
as lowv as any honse ini the Southern Country.
Please call and examine.
Our Store in Hamburg is next to HI. L. Jar
FE Rs & Co's. Iin Aisgusta, opplosite to BaASI, s
or S'rovaLLt's Ware Houcises.
KITCHEN & ROBERTSON. 4
WVu..uM It. KmrenN,
F. M. Rosr.asoN, It. 1).
Dcember 6. 18:r7 lu 8
N oteic e.
4LIL Persons indebted to the late farm of
(G~nDai~is & Btlsn5 EL.I, and those indebted
to thei Suabscriber alone are earnestly requested to
snake immuediate payment, or, ina default thereof,
they will fmnd their notes and accounts in the
hands ohf an officer for colle'ction. The Sumbscri
ber is exceedingly anxious to close bis old bs
ness. as he has sold out to Messa. RA NSOM &
AfITCHEI.L, his enitire stock of Goods, and is
demirouas of leaving the State. Th'le Subscriber
begeleave here to insform those wl'uo are indebted
to haim, that lie wvill reamaina a short timne at his old
stand, where lie cats be seen at any tinme duringa
his stag, amid should be he absent whlen persons
may call to sen himt, that Messrs. Rtansoni &
U1itchaell will act as his athorised agent.
Hambahurg, S. C. Jan 18, a 51
T flE undersigned intending to be absent
from thiis~tate and thse State of Souths
Carolinta, after thec 1st tf April next, re
qtuests thsat any claiums agatinst him may be
handed in to John B. tduieu, Augusta,
Richard Anikerson, South Carolina, or toa
himself. And he requests those against
whiom hie itas claims to settle thema nith
the two namedl persons or with himself
before he sets out.
JOHN BURGESS, sett.
Angusta. Jan. 28, 1838 ac 52
Thme Edgefleld Advertiser will publish the
above fe~r three nminthis and sendu account
to the Ausgesta Constitutionalist office.
M~j L. BONJIA M olberi lis professiona1
.L.. services, in L aw and'Equity,wo te
Public. lie has taken the offtee foirmuerly
.iccupied by ilauskett & Wigfalh, opposite
Mr. Glover's Hlotel.
JDe. 26,1837 , ff 47
GAF.amq. of' lhumburg, S. C. will
GAa y1atre in hiae, as well as at I
aw, durimig tiasuc rm e State
?. B. COVJi N.
* I.. t , Adefay,
WAS:opened on the first Monday of
Tbo-present month, under thed'su
perlatedauce of Mr. JOHN N. YOUNG,
where Pupils will be instructed in the
Greek and Roman Languages and all the
branches of English literature, usually
tau [it in Academies.
't- Young is a graduate of Oxford Cal
lege, Ohio, though a native of this District.
The Trustees of the Institution feel them
selves fully authorised to recommend him,
as being well qualified to discharge the du
ties in which be has eunaged. lie has not
been long enough from College to become
rusty in the Languages and part of that
time he has been employed in teaching,
and has given full satisfaction as to his
qualifications. 'The Trustees also have the
satisfaction to announce to the public, that
they have engaged Mr. ABRAHAM CUN
NINGIJAM to teach the lower branches,
and can with propriety recommend him as
a first rate Enghsh Teacher, having tried
him two years previously.
The generpl supervision of the School
will devolve upon the principal Teacher,
Mr. Young, who, together with the Trus
tees, will use every exertion to manage the
School with that kind of method and disci
pline which will afford to the Students both
moral and intellectual advantages.
Lowndesville is situated 18 miles west if
Abbeville village, and near the Double
bridges on Rocky River, on a high, dry and
sandy ridge, with good water and is per
fectly healthy. 'Them being no stagnant
waters, or sluggish streams for some miles
distant, it is therefore out of the reach of
the noxious efliuvia which is so destructive
to health in many other places Two of
the Trustees have practised physic for many
years in the neighborhood. and can speak
knowingly of the superior healthfulness of
the place. Lowndesville is moreover situ
ated about five miles distant from several
valuable mineral springs, which have re
cently been purchased by a company who
expect to have preparations in readiness
for the reception of visiters the ensuing
summer; which will aff'ord a valuable re
treat for a few weeks, to any whose consti
tutions may require it. Good boarding can
be had in the village and in neighborhood,
at quite convenient distances, on reasona
JOHN G. CA LDWELL,
A. B. ARNOLD,
WM. C. COZBY,
J. S. ALLEN,
S. J. SHACKELFORD,
Lowndesville, Jan. 13, 1838 d 51
1H1E Male and Female Schools at Greenwood
will be continued the ensuingyear, (1838,)
under the care of their present Superintendants,
Ur. James Lesly and Miss Rebecca (Amupan,
)oth of whom have been entaged with the ex
,ress provision, that each of their Schools should
)e limited to a vertain number. Mr. Lesly's
School will be contined exclusively to Classical
tudents, ami a separate building provided for the
Engfish department, which will also be limited,
md under the smine regulations. Mr.Wliam
nike charge of the English School. No Student
med apply for admission into any of the Schools
imless they are recommended by a good moral
sharacter, and if coming from other schools, a
ertiticate will be required, if not personally
cmno a by the Teacher or some of the Trustees.
Sie Musical department, in the Female School,
vill be continued under the care of Miss E. 11.
inderson, of Charleston.
It is therefore to be hoped that on combining alt
lie circumustances connected with thme limstitutons,
hat they wilt not be pennitted to fall short of time
immber required to fill them up.
RATEs orF Tur-rioF.
P'or the lower brnches of Enalish #8 00 pr Sea.
" thme higher do do 12 00 "
" the Clmasics, - - -18 00 " e.
" Music - - - - 20 00 "
" thie Ornamental birancelms, 12 00"
Good buoarding can: be obtained fromi Eight to
sine Dollars peI month.
.R. C. GRIFFIN, Secretary.
Woodville, Abbeville Dis., Dec 2, 1837 hi 44
.Tttount Ehson fadtesey.
T 'HE exercises of this Aendemy wvill he re
N sumned uinder thme direction of Mr. B. RI.
YAMPDEr.J-, on tlie--Mecond lmindamy in January
meit. Mr. Campbell las had cliarge of this In
titution the past year, and from the able and snec
e..sfut nmannuer lie lias discharged his professional
luities, we not onty feel gratified, but botnda to
econnmnend him to the confidence of the putblic
.s an Instnietor. This Academmy is situated in
-drdgeteld Distrief, 26 miles N. E. of the Village,
nd is not surpassed for health biy any situation
a the State; and whaft is equally important to
uarents and guardians, it is entirely removed
rom those haunts of vice andl dissipation, which
oc f~equently destroy the youthful mind, The
vhmo send their children or wards to this placo,
nay rest assured that every possible care will bn
nl to inuprove their morals.
November 21. 1837 d 42
The Cohmiibia Telescope will please give the
bore four weekly insertions, and fonvard its ac
cuat to this oflice.
Lcxington Fcanae Acadenay.
[IRB. M. M1. ADDISON, will re'sutme her
ditties as Principal of thmis Institutioni, on
he first Monday in January next.
Boardl fli Tididn, per Quiarter, $40 00
Washing (Extra) - 3 00
Music ou Piano Forte, effra 12 00
Use of Piuno, 2 00
TEanms ean DaT Seo.mts.
Reading, Spllinmg & Writing, per quarter 4 00
The above with Arithmietic, Giographmy0
nd Grmmniar, 50
The abmo with Aneient and Mhderin Hig.
or.ylioloy. Retoric aiid Logic, 6 00
A conmpetent assistanmt is engaged. Every at.
entiomn wdil be paid to thme muta'il and inaniers of
hose yoifffg Ladiesj Who itny be entrusted to the
flre of the Pritiespal.
Payments to be made quarterly in adnanm'e.
IEdIreneld 19jak. Academny.
'~ H E Trustees of this Academy have the
. pleasure of announcing to thme Public, that
hev hnave engaged the services of Mr. CUanaxLL
a Principad for the comling year. They have no
esitaitidfi in exparessing thme confident opiniion,
rein time very high testimionials which have been
shibtited, that [e is a gentleman of eminent
pmiatifications and fully emntitled to the liberal pa
renege of the commumaty.
The terms oif Tuition mire $7 r0 ets. per Qumar
er, for Eniglish, and 910 for Ctassicaf Scholars,
nyable in advance.
Preskln o hd Bad
l3 ECMOR U 8 MULTICAULIS, or the
T .1ig Leaf Chihese Mulberry, ,.
,e00 TIEES ) The produce erot
90,000-CUTTINGS, Cutdage of the two
~e 'f TIes, without side branAcef
Under feet, 25 cen each
Over 5 and under 7 feet, 3' cents each,
Over 7 feet, 50 cents each.
Cuttings-One eye, 0S3per thousand,
Two " 1 .
lhree" i5 "
The Tree is easily propagated from Cuttings
; the groth in the Southern States is more
than double that in the Northern, in the same
time. Of the Cuttings I obtained from Prince &
Son, at Flushing, Long Island, but 17 in 100 pro
duced trees; ofthe Cutti sfront them, more than
75 from 100 was obtained and the height of them
is from 7 to 10 feet the present year. They should
be put into the ground between this and the 1st
of April. The above Trees and CuttLigs are for
sale by JONATHAN MEIGS,
N. B.-They will be carefnlly packed and sent
to order, on remittance accompanying the order.
The Cuttings can be sent by Stage.
Jan 6, 1 2m50
The Chronicle & Sentinel, Charleston Courier,
Colambia Telescope, Greenville Mountaineer,
Edgefield Advertiser, Athens Banner, Milledge
ville Recorder, Macon Telegraph, Columbus En
quirer. and Savannah Georgian, will publish the
above weekly, for two months, and send their
bills to this office.-Augusta Constitutionalist.
T EI Subscribers beg leave to return
their thanks to their friends and the
public generally, for the very extensive pa
tronage heretotore extended to them, and
from their close attention to business, hope
to merit a coutinance of the same. They
have now on hand and will continue to keel)
a large and well assorted Stock of
Selected by themselves expressly for family
use, among which are the following articles
Bagging, best Hemp and Tow,
Bale Rope, and Twine,
Sugars, fine St. Croix, Portorico, and
Coilae, prime Green, Rio, old Java,
Molasses, N. Orleans, and Cuba,
Salt, Iron, and Steel,
Flour, Rice and Bacon,
Spirits, Wines, and Cordials,
Windsor Chairs, and Wood Ware,
Smith Tools, &c. &c. &c.
The quality of all will be warranted good,
and are oflered for sale at low prices, such
us they hope will correspond with the pre
sent low price of produce. Orders for any
of the above articles shall be promptly at
tended to by
II. L. JEFFERS, & Co.
Ihamburg, 1837 tf 20
Ballard's Celbrated Patenat,
ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE OIL SOAP.
F OR cleansing Coat Collars, Woolen,
Linen and Cotton Goods, from spots
occasioned by Grease, Paint Tar, Varnish,
and oils of every description. without injury
to the finest goods.
The Oil Soap possesses every healing and
penetrating qualities, aid is used with p r
feet safety for bathing external Coinplai is,
upon Man or Beast. Instances are nm
numeros-o--lbe coni4fied.- -Thousa
Certificates might he obtained of its eflica
cious ef'ects upon all Bone complaints,
Weak Limbs, that have been dislocated,
broken, or otherwise'injurel. In almost ev
ery case, when applied to Corns on the
Feet, it has effected an entire Cure. W hon
applied, the Corn should be pared a little
and wrapped in cotton or wool, and then
kept mnoist withi time Oil Soap.
It is positively thme best remedy if thor
oughly used, for Sprains, Chilbhnt,s, Pots
ons, Scals, Burns, Sore Lips, Choppjedl or
Cracked llands, Ctatneous Eruiptmons, or
Pimipled faces, that is known. For p~laces
chall'ed by time Harness, orsaddle, Sprained
Shoulders, Scratches, &c. on Horses, there
is no composition that exceeds this. Ptrice
2~5 cents per bottle.
A freshm supply of the above article just
received, and for sal& by
C: A. DOWD).
Edgefiehd, .Ture 1, 1837.tf I7
GROCE RY S81'ORE.
T11 lE Undersigned havimmg removed to the
UUp per tenement of time new Brick range,
n-xt below the Ware Hlouse of Stovall. Sumn
mnons & Co., are now receiving a fresh and gen
eral assortment of
DRV GOODS, SHOES, &t GROCERIES,
recently purchased at thme North, chiefly ir Cashm,
at reduced preti, all of which they offer low;
and respectiidff'invite a call from those whmo nmay
be in market, believing that sumch inducemnonts
will h~e offered, ns to secure a liberal share of the
patrona~e of the ly;,;;s
STOVALL & H1AM LEN,
Aegnata; Ga. Septx 9, 1837 bum 3g
Steel Ribs for Cotton Gins.
T IE Subseriber has just reepive.l asup.
Tply of time PAT ENT RIBlS for Cot
ton GItQs, which have been spoken so high
ly of wherever they have been tried throumgh
out thme Cotton drowing Smtts. Tihese
Ribs are so construicted thmat one set will iast
20 years or more, autd be constanitly in use,
by having an extra set of Cast Steel faces.
T1hese faces are maide to fit oni time front of
the Riks, where the Saws pass through,
and in st sitliple a thaitmer that any pt-i-son
can ptit them on. The Subscriber will al
Ways keep a supply of Gins on hand, oftime
above description, and will furnish them
with an extra set of time facings, at the same
price that hie has heretofore cold Gins wihm
the common Ribs.
A few donors above thie Upper Market.
Augusta, Oct. 17 d 39
Sant A sie Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
T HIE Suabscribers have just received and offer
for sale, a splendid assortmentof MAllllBLE,
of every description, anch as Italian, Egyptian,
Irish and Northern Marble.
A 1.50 ,
Tmbs. Monuments, Mantle Pieces, &c.
All orders from the, country executed with
neatness and despatch.
-- LWRENCE. GLEN DENNING &. Ce
Adm'r of Gertrude J Breit
haupt, deceased, vs i B1for Injunction
John .Bauskett, Pau Fitz- Rdief and Ac
zimmons, Robert Watts, count.
Ezecutors of Christian
Breithaupt, deceased, et al.
IT appearing to my satisfaction, that the de.
fendanat Paul Fitzinnons, Osman Gregory,
Ann E Gregory, Ormond Gregory, Mary In
gram, and Susan Breithaupt, reside beyond the
liuits of this State, on motion of Griffin, com
plainantasolicitor, ordered, that the said Paul, Os
sian, Ann E., Ormond, Miary and Susan do ap
pear and plead, amswer or demur to this Bil
within three months ihnn the publication of this
order, or the said bill will be taken pro confesso
aginst them. J. TERRY, c c s
Feb 7, 1838 13t 1
Henry Moore and
Eleanor Moore, vs.
John Bauskett, Dill for A ccount and
Admn'r of Jno. Moore Scttlcment.
Wm J Wightmnan
and wife, and o-hers.
IT appearing to my satisfaction, that -
Harkness, the sister of the defendant, Aqn
Wighmtmnan, if she is alive. resides beyond the
limits of this State, on motion of Grilin. cot
plainants solicitor, ordered that the said -
IHarkness, do app,-ar and plead, answer or de
maur to this Bill within three months from tne
publication of this order, or that the said bill be
taken pro confesso against her.
J. TE RRY, c .
Feb 7, 188 :lt 1
SOU TI CAROLINA.
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
E. & C. Yarnall, vs.
Barthel Winding,-Shoher> ATTACnEMF.NT.
& Bunting, vs. the Same. \
W IIE REAS'the Plaintits did this day file
their declaration in the Ollice of this
Court, against the Defendant, who is abs.ent from
and without the limits of the State, (as it is said,)
and having neither wife or attorney known with
in the same, on whom at copy of the declarations
with a rule to plead thereto, ought to be served:
It is therefore ordered, that the defendant appear
and plead to the said declarations within a year
and a day, othertwise final judgmnent will be given
and awarded against hint.
GEORGE POPE. c. c. P.
Clerk's Office. Dec. 1, 1837 daq 4.1
IN THE COMMON PLEAS
John Logan, vs.
James M. Landrun. ATTAcu stt
W II EREAS the Plainitihflath this day filed
his declaration against the l)elindant
who resides beyond the limits of this State, aid
having neither wife or attorney n ithin the same
upon vhonm a copy of said declaration, with a
rule to plead thereto, may be served. It is Or
dered, ditit the said Defendant do plead to the
said declaration within a year and a day, from
this date, otherwise fnal antd absolute judgment
will be awarded against him.
GEORGE POPE, c. c. P.
Clerk's Oflice, Oct 20, 1837 dq 40
IN THIE COMMON PLEAS.
Wn. 13, lirannon, vs. ATTACHt nNT.
John M. Frazier.
4F E PkintitV-hatving.this day filed hindeclara
tion in the above case, and the l)efendantt
oeing without wife or attorney, known to he within
the State, upon whom) a copy of' said declaration,
with a rule to plead, could be served: It is Or
dered, that the said Defendant do plead to the
said decluration within a year amid a day, from
this date, or juidgment final and .bsolute will be
given against him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. P.
-November 21,_1837 _aqid 42
IN THE. COMMON PLL'AS.
Arthumr Weet, va.
A. HI. Patrick. A ssuurs:Tr.
T H fE PIlaintit having~ thmis daty filed! his decla
ration itn mny Odice, tud' time Defendant
having no Wife or Attorntey known to ho itt time
State, uponu *ihom a copy of~ the declaration may
lie served, Ordered, that the stid detfendant do
appear anid make his defenuce wilthin a year amid am
dauy from tim date, or finn! anmd absohmto jumdg
ment wvill be awarded against hmim.
GEORGE POPE, c. c. p.
Clerk's Office, Edgetield, April 21, 1837 eh 12
IN THE COMMON PLEA.S
Wmn. .1 l1ut-r,s ATacit.nT,
William Cook. Assunrsrr.
TH E PlaintifY itn this caIse havinmg ott time 7th
damy of~ April, 1837, tiled his dleejarattionm in
tihe Clerk's Office, and tiho Defendantt hravinug into
Wife or Attoney, knownm to he itn this State, mmponm
whom na copy of tihe said declrtion may bie serv
ed:n Thtereibre ordered, that time saidl defenudant: do
appear and nmmtke his defence withina a year and~ a
damy from time filinag of tihe samid declartionm, or finmal
amid absolumte judgemmnt wilibe forthtwithm awarde~d
to time said Plainmtiff.
fEORGE POPE, c. c. p.
Clork's Office, A pril 18, 1837I1i tf
OU TIE CAltOLINA.
IN THlE COMMON PIJANS.
Larkin Griffini, vs. Atahe.
Tihos. S. (:Iark, survivo'r Atamn.
T lIE Pl!aimititrihaving tilintg his dectramtion in
this case, and time defenmdanmt hitig neithtir
wife nor attomrnmey known to be itn thmis State, Or
dered, thmat time said defendamnt do appjear tmnd lnead
to time plaintiff's declarationi withmm a yeatr anmd a
day fromm the pubmilicationi thereof, or'Jnidgmmett
absolute will be awarded nyaitdt hmn.
.G EO. PO PEc., n. r
Clerk's Office, Jan. 23, 1837. dag 51
MOURNING MAThIEW S. livintg 6
m..Etil es enst of dumbmridge, omn the oldh
Chma'rleston rondh, tolls bmefort mne, n blood
Bay horse stapposed to be tine or ten vears
old, ltd ttrks of brand. Appraisecd to
D, E. DAVENPORT, J.Q.
Feb. 7th, 1838 e 2
L EVE WETIIINGT'ON, living mear
Redy-ereek meeting house, toilslhe
fore me an iromn grey horse 8 or 9years old,
four foet elevenm inches high, hmas time amp
peamance of once htavinig the fisttula. Ap
praised at p35.
PtET-ER QUA TT LEB3UP., J. C.
Feb.9 .,1838 * *
Ilarrin;ton & Wilson, vs. t
Claudia C. Tatotn and Bil to foredoge
Mary Tatom. Mortgage.
IT ap arang to my satisfue ion, that Claudia
C. 'ain resides without the limits of dais
State-It is therefore Ordered, that the said C. C.
Tatom, one of the defendants in this case, do
plead, answer or demur to the bill in this case,
within three months from the date of this publi
cation, or the said bill will be taken pro confesso
against the said Claudia C. Tatom.
WM. C. BLACK, c. F, A. D.
Comm'r's Office, A6beville, Jan 25, 1838 ac 52
John A. Donald and Bill for discorcry,
others, vs partition and ac
John M'Cord et al. count
IT appearing to any satisfaction, that James
Donald, one of the defendants in this case,
resides without the limits of this State-It is there
fore Ordered, that the said James Dotnald, do ap
pear plead, answer or de'anur to the bill of com
plaint in this case, within three months front the
date Ufthis notice, or the said bill will be taken
pro confisso against the said Jannes Donald.
WM. C. BLACK, c. F. A. D.
Comm'r's Office, Abbcrille. Jan 25, 1838 ac 52
ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Jacob Chamberlin, Attachment in Assuamt.
Survivor, vs. Twro Notes-Damages
John A. Young. $353 50 cis.
T II E l'iaintit' having this day filed his dec
laration in this case, in the Clerk's Office.
and the said John A. Young having no wife or
attorney, known to be in this province, u pon
whom . copy of the said declaration witha a
stpecial order of the Court endorsed thereon, can
he served: It is therefore Ordered. that the said
John A. Young do appear and make his defence
with a year and a day, fron the filing of the said
declaration, as aforesaid, or final and absolute
judgment will be forthwith given and awarded for
the said plaintiff.
JAS. WARDLAW, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, Jan. 17, 1838 daq 51
ABB EVILLE DISTRICT.
IN TIHE COMMON PLEAS.
Walker, Covington & Foreign Atanchaent,
Fuir. vs. ) &;npa
Park & Fowler. Assnanpsit.
W IIERhI AS the P laintiffs did this day file
their declaration in the Office of-this
Court, against the Defendants, who are absent
from and without the limits of this State, (as it is
said) and having neither of thea it wife or attor
ney, known within the same, on whom a'copy of
the declaration with a rule to plead thereto, ought
to he served : It is therefore ordered, that the De
fendanits do appear and plead to the 'aid declara.
tion, within a year and as day, oi rrwise final and
judgment will be given and awarded against thema.
JAMl ES WAR DLAW, c. c. r.
Clerk's Olliee. Nov 17, 1837 daq 43
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
N. K. Butler & Co. vs. Auahent.
Joihn B. Murrah. Assumpsit.
VI 1IE 'laintitra having this'day filed their
/ declaration, and the Defendant having
neither wife nor attorney, known to be in this
State, ordered, that if the stid Defendant dto
not appear and make his defence, within a vear
and a day from this date, final and absolute
judgment shall be forthwith given and awarded
for the sind Plitiitnls in attailnemt.
JAMES WA RILAW, c. c. P.
Clerk's Ofice, Dec. 4, 1e37 dag 45
IN THE COM: 'ON PLEAS.
Adams Parmnelee & Co. v.s. John A. Yong,
S. Kneeland & Co. vs the Samei,
Stoddard Birch & Co. vs the Same. }
Jaimes Q. Bozemnan, vs the Same.
Tp IiE ~laintilrs in the above statcd Causes
Lhaving isa day filedl their dleclairationas
in mny office, at Ahheville Court ihouse:
Ordered that the defe'ndlant do le'ml the-reto
withina n year and a day, fromn this datae, or
jiudgmients lby default will be rendered a
JAS. WAI DIJA W. c. c. r.
Clerks Oflice, Mfay 9, 18:17. 12m
A HIBEVILLE D)ISTlRICT,
J.N THlE COMMON P'LEAS.
J. R. WVilson, & Co. vs.
T IIE Plsainatill.s ini this enne' having filed
their dleclarsaion in may oliee, at A bhe
ville' Court linse, on the 2Iltia day of Malrc
18:37: Orderat-d, that thec def'endmtit ala plead
thereto within a year anal a dlay, fromi thaat
dlate, orjnidgmencut by adefault will he renuderedl
.lAS. WAflT)LA W, c. c. a,.
Clerks O)llce., M1ay 9.* 1837 l2mu
R A NAW.\ Y t'rom them Xsa'ri
haer on the. nai!hat otf the 5:h of~
Faebruury last, frons my'. pla're twa.
A. mailes faaom llaanbuaarg. S. C. sa nemgrao
. matn unaedl lEN, sabaou'tforty-five
years old, five feet six inaches high.
l'hs above rewaird I will pay for
daeliverinag haim to me, or piattaang hima
m; jnailso that I cana Get haiim.
Tilt uMAS KERNAGIIAN.
llamihairg. larch '241, 1837 tf8
STI V: A Y) F l'roaml'.he St s.ble of thea Subscri
h ,1 on te naighh t. then eth Novenbesr luast,
a lenin id~ b.:'v M.-lt1/. ahabout fourteensa aand a half
habkids hai h ; her right eve is emnt, thongim it cannsot
he parceivedl withouat close e'xnainntiona ; nao othier
mnirk recaollected. Anay inufirimtiona conicerning
said Mare wvill bae thanmakfuulhv received, aid will be
comipens.ated lby the Sublscriher.
W. ii. MERtIWETIIERt
Hlambuamrg S. C. Jnan 18, 1l4,8 f 5I
T 111' Firm. hearetaalire existinag undaemr thae noaame
mof )uam:'t & TuaowAs has~ this ad-mv haeena dis
solvedl by maautal consent. All thaose'inad' eale to
the said~Firmi nre respectfully reganesaed to caill
and miake aettleanent with the .subsaeaihemr
G EO. Wi. TrIl.U.\S.
Nov ember l16, 1837 I 44
N4O T ICOE .
Ti AKEN Up oan Thasusday imornaing. in horse~
Creek, sabout 9 miles froma Anagusia, Gia., a
very large dark haiv Horse, his right eye ouat, lams
a white spot on hms forehiead, a small white spoint
on his hack, switch tail and black legs. Theam
owner is regnested to come forwiard, lprove parop
erty, pany expenses aid take himt away.
I LIoo mI RTna.
List Of Letters.
R EMAINING: in the Post Office at Edge
field C. House, on the 1st Jnanary, 1b3
Adams, Dr. J. F. Morris, Sidney
B MCan, Wil. E.
Behannon, Mirs. J. Marii, Jane
Butler, Win. M. Martin, Wm.
Butler, Erwin Ilaysou, G.. W.
Burns. Mrs S. N
Burton, Nat. 2 Nobles, Jarrot
Blackwell, R. P
Bridwell, Johnson Paget. M. Ai 2
Bussey, Eniberson Prescoat Dun.
Boswell, Mi~s F. Perry E. W. Esq.
Bonham, M. L. Parks & Barker.
Burt, Mrs. S. Philips Rev. Jos.
Berry & Duncan, Pasy Wm.
Baker, Benj. Pruitt B.tJ.
Carpenter, A. Rasser Benj.
Coghurn, J. M. Rajoun Mrs. Sarah
Coatny, Patrick, Riddlehover Geo.
Couch, Sarah Rabouna J. W.
Cook, Win. sea. Rotten David.
ERogers . A.
Eumnill, Mr. S.
Eidson, Martin Settle Edw.
F Scott Mrs. V'illars 2
Fuller, R. Alsa Stephens Jercmia
U Stone, Jesse
Gennings, B. S. Stigler, Mrs. M.
Griffin, Snowden, Shnrpton, Alex.
Gregg, Win. Stuart, Thos.
Garret, Hester T
Gaines, Mrs. Eli: Terry, mes
II Taylor. Mrs. Martha
Ilalsonlsack, D. 'ihtoias, Geo.
Ilicky, Thus. Thorn, Win. B.
Hlarrison, John Taylor, M.
llatcher, 13. W. W
Holmes, J. B. Welch, Rev. Jas. E.
Havind, Catharine Wilson. Uniah 31.
hlolines. Anderson. ZVitt, Martin
Ilolmnes, Mrs. Wyett Willans, Butler
J & L West, Brooks David
Joiner, R. B. or the Clerk of the
Lee, W. M. Court
Ai Wightinan, Mr.
McLendon, Blritton 1it, J. Moore
McCollough, J. G. Wallis & Frazier.
M. PRAZIER, P. M.
Jan. 4, 138 631 c 48
J Lis OfLetera.
R E1AAIN[N.G in the Post Office at
flanaiPr ES. C. (nut published be
fojre) the first January 1b3$.
A Hawkins B. F.
Austin William &c. Hancock, Catharine,
1 hill, Joel
Bairner, Elizabieth J
Btriglwell , 'eVillini Johnson, Jh
Bea EPru B. K
C Kelly .Tolau M.
Crow. Cornelius Kirkland, Moses
Cook Win. C. 2. King, David
ConaL~s R. K. 1
Carter Ehiz. Mrs. Lewsis J. WV. 2
I) Lasuier Mason E
Davis (1. Lonier, & Cury
Don rR on Thr. Sa1
Danvis, Ansly More Joseph Rev.
Delaigh ter A. 2. Mleek, Freeran &
Ea & F Hendrix.
Elay, Lewis Mct1rie, Jo~hn
FRlemoing, Leais I'
Flint, JaIes Parden. JoA.
1Foi r,-Jnuiait - - Por, Sethd F. -
Garret Win, 3 Stovall,Si u ..tC4,
Gleaning Joseph G. Sitlifi LueIcpl.
allmtt . G. port. AndreV
Grace, Waltier Smith, Daniel
I Shton, Deased
Shgs i. I ilapto, Alele. -i
hlpiaEim Th er, Jamres
TlreI. .. I aor Af.nrtha
Th1. WmY . 3.
Jan. 0,Welc.h, Re. Jc E0.
Vcgctalc A ittiou Martin
oreainnhr asn thcesser of the- -
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'1'ac at seeti~ilv po alie Frier.he
in EtAe s Nste G ina~ thuse P esthOerice at
li A 1c Comaet ilwkms FB. F .
rer, lzabeth orsncole eiu a
yBfrighteln, Winllaohnon, toprhn t
Doells, the -c lieacaK.I ect
Cae f ~se~a they Johetn . re
Cotoks Wm. sCk 2. Klin, havh id tl
huuejrlLid ~vl La ir cre Mas n
Davics nti na. Loni-er, itta) &a Cur
Duran ITwiho. i 'urn niyaik Pr
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iFipit,l arearsnrdn. Joiater
frailsholJ. h 'vih. o Pese jaL & t pr.
Garr~ et m, tae oanull, immon hec
Gheleansoreening JoehG uhT Lumeng rrii
Gaickness. liifo- nIc port. Andeewgu
G regcla pateruii Smtinfith, Daiwels
Gibssfrn,&'ghlinbeiab es. Conl ainae
with lou utWhine~ln fluidsta
miostlise Jlis G.e jtodvc
lughs WP1. 2 Willms, lentttin esn Miltr
llim ee Challs Wiflkintria, Jas. ev . aO.e
hielopkin, toizbe uth Wiem.re
an 10, P.838. (0atre as ie enoro.
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Alh lRpaic o the etare mostlappove
Famiivlrc Metm eine ise lomil'ee a o tnhlet
operamt o nether ensting toitkesi of h
foMerchy nor an unpleat thnation in -io
uiTiheatsitn ithyIupon ihean Ljiv when
n~. tor i ohnont arihtntg 10ill.rgecuan
i0cts. ie troh athe inlenc of theMex
enn ineon whih37suere 17reai
IUi the s -stemiwoul pofuce eaithJun
he3,L 1e C1ma. t 1 iious Fever, Fe
ver aiAueah tor om other cnL ge iou hdi
lyeC Aiitin f In alr cses fof torrofth
bowelst, ey ne ik cam Inrcn