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IL and tie E-1 vi t- tD at
Thirty Dollars the Season, Twenty
Dollars-the itmgle leap, and FiN1y Dollars
insurance, at the plantation of Captain
William B. Mays, four miles below Edge
field Court House, on theaStage ror I Icad
ing to Augusta. Ample. preparauon for
carc and attention to mares will be made.
They will be pastured and fed on grain, (if
rejuired,) at twenty-five cents per day.
Accidents, escapes, sickness, &c. at tihe
risk of the owners, although every attention
will be paid to prevent them.
NULLIF IER, is a beautifial Bay, hand
somnely marked with a delightful coat of
hair, which shews lits sup eror stock. Iiis
appearance is con mmning-he is of the
greatest power, substantiality and strength.
Hie will be eight years old this spring-is
full 16 hands high having superiorsize, large
hones, and is as well miuscelled as any other
l'orse, in this or any country, and hus as
N. D.-Any person who will make up
a company of five mares, and become re
sponsible for the paymuent will have the
arivilege of putting them at twenty-five dol
ars the Season.
The Season will commence the fifteenth
of February, amid end on the tenith of June.
Fifty cents to the groom in every instance
Performance of Nullifier's Colts.
NULLIFIER'S COLTS are now run
ning as well as anly colts inl this country.
Onl the Norfolk course, Spring tern 1837,
Jane Rowlett by Nullifier, three years old,
beat the Sweepstake race, mile heats wini
ning the first and second heat. Tinme I min
52 se.-1 min. 50 sec. See Turf Reg.
Jtly, 1837 p. 476.
Oni lho Broad Rock Course (VA) Fall
niceting. W. R. Johnson's b. f. by Nulli
fier. three years old, run a Sweepstake,two
mile 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 niost gallantly.
The last heat is proio.unced 'very interes
ting and the best heat during the week. See
T. Reg. Nov. 1837 p 559.
Oin the Union (L. 1) course, Fall ameeting
Antoimnette by Nnllifier. wou the Sweep
stake's for three year olds, two mile heats,
winning the Iwo first heats. Sec Am T,
Reg. Nov. 1837 p. 560
l' eb. 1, 1838, tf 52
TIE THOROUGHI BRED HORSE.
W ILL stand the enstaing Spring Sea
son, commencing ) the lota instanl,
at James Iogers', 11th at Richardson's,
12th and 13 at Iurner's Store, 14th it Glov
er's Hotel, Edgelield C. II., 15th at Piie
IHouse, 16d and 17th at Jurden's, on Edis
to, and IStIuud 19th at my Stable oi the
Ridge road, and will attend each place
every tenth day until 10th of June. He
will be let to mares at $8 the single visit,
$12 the season, 815 to insure. In every
instance the insurance moncy will become
due as soon as tie mare is known to be
with foal or exchanged. A company of
seven miares shall be entitled to a deduction
of S1 oi each mare by one approved man
becoming responsible for the whole. All
possible care aken to prevent accidents,
but I will not be responsible for any.
For particulars of his Pedigree see hand
bills, R. WARD.
Ridge. March 10th 1838. dt 6
TiE THOROUGH BRED iIORS.
GU RI E l.M
W I LL stand the ensuing Spritng Seasot
at my hi able at the Ridge, slid other
places in thme District. [l.or particulars see
Ilanid Blill.] And will attend at cacti place
every ninmthm day afterwards inumring thme Sea.
sonm, & will tie lot to Mares am the following~
prices ; $8 thme sinugle visit, 812 time Season
amid $15 to insure a matre with four. In
every instanice the insurancme money will
become due as soon mis thme imare is known:
to be wvith fbal or exchmanged. A company
of seveni mares shalt be ent itled to a dledutc
tioni of $1 oii cacti mare by one mammn's be
comuing respmorsile for thme whole. All pmos
ile care takeni to prevent accidenits, but I
will not be responisible for anly.
GUY R IVERS was siredl by Randolph's~
Janums, his dam by Carolimanm, grand damy
by liedibrnd g. g. dam by D)iomede', g. g. g,
damn by Quicksilver, omit of a Shark Mare.
Ramndolphi's Januims, amid Camrolimian werc
bmothm sired by Sir Archy', anid time g. g, g.
damis ofbothm wero siret bmy impmortedI Janus,
1mn purity of blond Gumy Rivers is unisur
'passel, in beauty of color anid symmetry
of forum, will compare with time best borsem
of thedamv. . ISAAC JONE~S.
Ridge,'Feb. 27, mf 4
Look at Tlais
M~jY immported Jack DUJILIN, five year
-VI old. will stand ait may stable, only threm
miles amnd a half~ west of Edgefield Com
Ilouise, thme enisuimig Spmrinig Scasomn, and
let to saires at tthe followimng prices viz: S
time seamson andI $8 to inisuire a marc to bie
with foal. In alt cases where a mare i
put tby time inisurance, the mney will bei
conmsidered ue whieni it is ascrtined tha
shie is ini foad or tranmsferred. All possih
care will lbe taken to preveit accidenits bum
1 will not be responsible lot anmy. The
Measonm to cosmmnce thme tenth of Marci
and end thme last of June.
WV. II. MOSS.
Feb. 28, 1838 tlf 4
Brouglat to time .Talt
O~F tii istrict, a negro mam ny tih
name of Nathman, abtouit (;ft. high, ver,
black, tmpper fronit teehm omit tin very shori
Namhman ms bet~ ween 55 and( (60 years of age
a snmall scat on his forehmead and some'ol
his left armn. no oither mmarks of importanmce
lIe has somec free passes for N. Carolinie
lie says lie belonigs to Mr. Minsev, livimi
ini Mmarioni County, Georgia. 'The o wneri
regniested to come forward, prove proper't)
pay charges, and take him away.
C. J. CLOVER, J. E. D.
March 17, 1838 , tf 7
HInter seat ('Ileetions of 14. C'arola
13Y ii. R. CA RROLL.
TI!Is & ork is now remdy for delivery to Suil
scribers ait thme Mtore* of C A. Dowed, ini thm
place. 4 few extr a copies for sale.
Novemberrd#37 if 34
BLOCK TIN AlN XAPA
T IE Suscriber has on hand a very large
supply of ready made TIN WARE
of all descriptions, which he offers at whole
sale or retail, at as low prices as can he af
forded in this part of the country. lie has
also a large supply of the newest fashion of
J A PAN WA R E,together with English and
Block Tin Wore of excellent quality. Also
Copper and Sheet Iron Warc-Sheting
and Brazing Co per,-Block tin, Stove
Spelter, and Tin IPlate-all of which he of
fers for sale low for cash, at No 168 Broad
streer, Augusta. B. F. CHEW.
The suhscriber being truly thankful for
the very liberal patronage heretofore be
stowed upon him by hi- friends and the pub
lie generally, respectfully solicits a contin
unuce of their favors-nod oflers his sorvi
ces in either of fhe following branches of
his business-Coppcr Tin, Sheet Iron, and
Roofinn B. F. C.
Augusta, Ga., March 5 tf5
A CA RD.
H L. JEFFERS & Co. aclnowl
e edges renewed obligations to their
friends and customers for the very liberal
patronage heretofore bestowed otn them;
find llwg leave to announce, that they have
now on hand, and will coutinue to receive,
a well selected assortient of GOODS,
Irown anti LonfSugar,
Green and White Coll'ee.
N. 0. & Sugar lionse Molasses,
Wine and Spirits of the hest selection,
Canal Flouir-whole and half Bbls.
Bale Rope and Bargging,
Iron and Steel,
Together with oil other nrticles in the Gro
cery Line:-whieh they will sell, or send to
order, I1arranted Good, at the lowest mar
They also continue to transact Commis
sion Business, including receiving and for
wardin; of Goods; and tender to their
friends assurance of their best attention to
orders in that line ot hnsiness.
Ilniburg, March 1838. tf 5
The Pendleton Messenger will insert the
above four times ato scud their bill for
payment to 11. L. J.
DR1U8, 0 lLtM, Mc.
T HE Subscribers respectfully invite the at
tention of Merchants, P'latter-. Physictians
and others to their lap Stock of
Oils of all kinds, Paints, Dye Stuffs,
Wrindoo Glass, Brushes, 4-c. Sfc.
AT TEIR SroEs Is
HAMBURG AND AUGUSTA.
Their supply is heavy, their assortment good,
and their articles fresh.
Dealing entirely with the Manufactuters or
original IIimporters, they can sell their goods
as low as any house in tie Southern Country.
Please call and examine.
Our Store in Hamburg is next to II. L. Jir
FEai & Co's. In Augusta, opposite to JEA1's
or S-rov.g.L's Ware Honses.
KITCIIEN & ROBERTSON.
WVu..t.u't K. KI-rcnEN,
F. M. Ronars~oN, M. D)..
Dcemtber 6. 1837 hi 45
TII E above is a never tailing remedy for that
variety or colie, so distressing to Intaits,
amid lor whlich the muost injurions anodynme subl
stanices are too coumnonly given. It is safe anid
soothing, and instead of produinig costiventess. it
uistually operaltes geittly otn the bowels.
T1inis remedy haw no0w been uasedh for several
years, wvith that snecess andl appirobation, which
<piackc mnedicinies made to sell, cannoilt coiniiiand.
It is extensively used by the best physicians in
the onntry, antd to use the hoinguage of many a
mother. acts a. a charm. WVhile it allays thme
patin andi htls the child to rest, it does not leave
beLhinid it those unpmlleasan~t symptomis, which
Latndajitmm, liatemana~s Drops, & c. generally piro
dre~ Ample directions accompanumy each. vial;
andI certitientes oh its ellicacy (if repuired) cans be
pirodnteedl fronm the' most respmectable citizenas of
Carolina and Georgia. F~or saile lby
KITICII lEN & RtOIERTSI)N.Ilamoburg,
EDW',. WVElh.,Aderson, C II.
WVM. II ACKUIETT, Penadleton C. II.
D) R. E. J. M~IM S, Edgefidd C. II.
TPhe exercises of this institution will com
mence on Mlonday the 5ith of the present
Inst. utder the direction of Francis Mloody,
a native of Virginia, who has had consider
able experieunce in his profession. We in
vite the attention of Parenats and Guardians
to the locality of the Ridlgeville Academy,
which, in our opinion, is a place not stur
passedl for health, by any in the Up-Country
anti respectfutlly solicit a share of their pa
tronage. Iloard can he0 procured in respectat
ble Ifatnilies aind convenient to theAcadouny
at from 7 to $8 per month.
RAmEs or TUtTtON.
Spelling, Reading, and Writing
*cr Quarter $3 00
TIhe above with Arithmetic and En
glish Gratmmar, 5 00
Trhe above with Geography, History,
'Natural and Mloral Philosophy,
Chemistry, Rhetoric, &c.. 7 00
COL. Ml. WATSON,
A. WA TSON,I
H. F. HOA'TRIGilT,
-MA.J T. WA'1TSON. (Trustees.
E. WV. PERRY,
Fob: C. 1838 til
RANA WAY from the Subcri
ber ont theo night of the 5th a
February last, fro namy place twi
nman ntamed lIEN, about torty-fiv<
.7/years old, live feet six iinchies high.
Trho above reward I will pay fo
dehivorntig bim to me, or pluttmg hii
is in jail so that I anti got hin.
ijamburi. Marcht5j 261837 e
List of Letters.
.MA lNiNG in the Post Ulice at Edge
tield C. Hous, on the lot of April, 1
Itlidion, A B. Bland, John
acon, Thomas G. Bell, Samuel
Bonham, I. N. Burt, Eli R.
Butler. Mrs. Claudia Boyce, Lidney
floyd, John P. Brunton, Arch'd
C & D.
ilonda, W. D. Culbreth, Luke
Curtledge, Eli Cosby. John H.
Claxton, Zach. Davis, Bcuj.
Dickerson, Dolly Dorn, Mrs. Nancy
E, F & G.
Evans, Martin Fowler, Rev. A.
Field, Richard J. Gibbs, Jasper 3
Gillen, John 4 Garret, James
Green, Andrew J. 2
11. & J.
Hall, Edward M. Hollingworth,D F 2
Holden, Anna llosford, Dr. J.
Harris. Mrs. E. Hailton, Wm.
1lainsford. James Harris, John C.
Ilicks, John hlammon-ls, D. F.
Hlarris, Benjamin Jennings. Miss M.
Jones, Dr. Samuel Jones, Henry
Jones & Danforih 2 Johns, John
Johnson, the Clock Pedler.
K. L. & M.
Kelly, Lewis Kenny, John F.
Knight, James C Kreps, John
Logan, I'homas J. Mathis, John
Nlitchel, Abram McLendon, Joel
N. 0. & P.
Nobles, Joseph Nobles, William
Nobles, Zelphia Nuckolls, Win. T.
Norris, Wn. Oconner. Francis
Peters, John Parham, Miss M M 2
R. & S.
Re ams, Benjamin Roper, Joel
R odgers, Sidney Raidpnimer. Peter
Riddle. J. G. 2 Rudolph, Zebulon,
Russel, Mrs. Jane SInn 1, Joseph A.
Sloan, William Seigler, Mrs. M.
Seiader, Jeremiah Shumpford, John
T. W. & Y.
Traylor, W. W. Thompkins. James
Whitney, Mrs. R. Wash, John
Walker, Miss Naney Wniker. Win. G.
Wigfall, A. T. Yarborough, Win.
Yeldel, M rs. Eliza.
- M. FRAZIER, P. M.
April 5,1838 3t
Cokesbury Femalle Academy.
MRS. WILSON respectfully announces to
the public that mhe has resiuned the duties
of her School. Thankflnl for the patronage she
has Iieretofore received, she pledges herself to
devote her nirenitied attention to the iniellec.
tual improvement of the young ladies committed
to her care. She has associated with her, in the.
duties of her School. a Geulemani. a graduate of
the South Carolinai College. Minister of the
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Good hoardiig can be tiernisahed at $9 to $10
The Scholastic year will he divided into two
Sessions, comprisnog five aid a half months ier
Terms Per Session.
Orthography, reading, writing, gi anmmar
and arithnmetic, :: $10 00
The above with introdoctory geography,
modern history, derivatives. use of the
globes, &c. t t- 15700
Tie above with geography, ancient and
modern, history ancient and modern,
introductory astronomy and btity 20 00
The-same with -atural, -enoral adi'i
tellectual philosophy, chemistry, logic,
composition, botany, algebra, &c. 24 00
Music, : : : : 30 00
French, : : : 20 00
Latin and Greek, . : 20 00
Drawing and Painting, : : : 20 00
Tinys PAID m AruvAsc:.
Cokevbury. Abbeville, Feb 24, 1838 d 4
State of' SothI ('arolina.
J OlIN AD)AMS tolls before me, louar
ePhead or Cattle, one cow and yearling
both no-horned, no marks or brands per
cci veable, both brindled color. The other
two a cowv and yearlitg, the cow has thme
appearance of being old, marked with a
crop) ini each ear, a slit in the right. andl a
smnall hole and slit onat in the left, colour red
andl whice,the yearlimng is a steer, no0 horned
wvith a white back and belly, balance red
marked, halferop in ench ear. Appraisemd
to lie wordh twenty-five lDollars by George
II. Elatm, W. F.. 1'lamn & R. Mathews.
WVY ETT H'i lES, J P.
March 15th, 1838. . e7
South ( aroihia.
T ORDJEN Feastor, living on Moore's
e Creek. tolls before mec as an estray, a
small sorrcl mare, about four years old,
about fourteetn hands high, white face, left
hinad foot white, a scar on the right si le of
her nose. Appraised by John Eadsem,Sea
born Jones anal John C. C. Feastor at $30.
M1 rch 31, 1838 ec9
T lIE undersigned iniendinag to be absent
fromi this State and the State of South
Carolina, after the 1st of A pril next, re
quiests that any claims against him may be
handed in to John B. Guieu, Augusta,
Richard Ankersonm, South Carolina, or to
hiself. And he requests those against
whom lie has claims to settle them with
the two named persons or with himself
before he sets out.
JOHN BURGESS, set).
Augusta, Jan. 28, 1838 ac 52
The Ealgetleldl Advertiser will publish the
above for three motnthis anal send account
to the Augusta Constitutionalist ollee.
A LL persons indebtedl to thmeestate of Samuel
Caldwell Esq. late ofAbbevillelDistrict dec'd.
are reguested to maike paymen~timmnediately, and
those having demands to present them duly at
tested wvithin the time prescribed by law, to eithet
of the stubscribers.
JOHN COTH RAN,
J. L.. PEARSON, Adm'rs.
A. G. CALDWELL.
August R. 1837 tf 28
f LL persons indebted to the late Jeffer
.L.son Richmardson, deceased, are request
ed to make immediate payment, and a)
persons having demands against the estat
- of saidl deceased are requested to presen
r them duly attested.
BENJ. R ICHA RDSON, 'a'i
-THEOPHIILUS HILL, istratort
Alarch4 8. 1838 sf-S
t:ite ot' South airolina.
E DGEFIE LD DISTRICT
Henry Moore and
Eleanor Moore, vs.
Jno. Bauskett, Adm'r Bill for Account and
of Jno. Moore, dec'ed. &ttlement.
Win. J. Wightman
and wife, and another. ,
i lE Complainants having filed their bill in
the Court of Equity for E.dgefield District,
in the State aforesaid, claiming that they, and the
Defendants Ann Wighitman, and her sister
Harkness, if living, are entitled to the estatejof
the intestate John Moote, deceased, in equal
Shares, on motion of Griffin. Complainant's So
liciter. it is Ordered, that all persins interested
in the settlement of said estate, do appear and
interpose any objections, which they can of right
make to the distribuitioin of the said estate. as
prayed for in the bill, before the Commissioner
of the said Court, at Edgefield Court House, on
or before the fonrth Monday in May next.
Feb.23,1838 ac 5
It is furdier ordered that th above be pub
lished for three months in one or more pui1C
Gazettes in this State. WM. IhARPER.
State of South ( atalina.
Adm'r of Gertrude J Breit
haupt, ducenased, vs Billfor Injunction
Joi lanisk-tt. Paul Fitz. Rieliefand Ac.
zinmons. Robert Watts, count.
Executors of Christian
Breithanpt, deceased. et al.
T apearing to my satisfactioi, that the de
fenants Paiul Fiti.simmons, Ossian Greg ory,
Ann E Gregory, Ormiond Gregory, Mary In
grai, and znsan Breithiampt, reside beyond the
limits of* this Stite, on imotion of Griffin. coin
plaiuants solicitor, ordered. that the said Paul. Os
sian, Ann F , Ornionl, Mary and Susan do ap
pear and plead, answer or demnir to this B[il
withii three months from the putblicti0- of this
order, or the said bill will he takena pro ronfesso
againsthem. J. TERRY. c c a
Feb 7, 1M8l Int
State (A Souh1I ('adrolila.
IN EQL IT'.
Henry Ms'oie niad
Eleanor Moore. vs.
John Banskett, Billfor Account and
Adn'r ol J no. Moore Settlement.
Win J Wightn I
and wife, and o hers
IT appearing to ny satisfaction. that -
Harkles, the sister of the defemnlait. Ann
Wightnan, if' she is alive. resides beyond the
limits of this State, on iotionz of Griflin. coin
Ilniiaiits solicitor. ordered inat the said -
larkness. do alpi-ar and plead, answer or do
mur to this Bil within three months from tne
publication of this order, or that the said bill lie
taken proconfesso against her.
J. TERRY, c c .
Feb 7, 1838 3t I
Statt- of S411th1 ( arolina.
John W Heard and Isaac T.
llenr, vs. B. 11. Winding,
' it ppearing to my satisfaction that Bar
thel H. Winding, otherwise called B. 11
Winding. whe defendant in the above statei
case, resides without the limits of this State:
therefore, on motion of Bauskelt. Coms
plalinaut's Solicitor, ordered that the sait
defendant do plead, answer or demur to thc
Complainant's Bill, within three montho
from the publication hereof, or said Bill wil
be taken pro confesso against him.
J. TERRY, c. F. F.. D.
Com'er's Office, Edgefield, Feb27, 1838 4
State of South 4. aroliln.
Murk Riley, Vs. WVilliam Riley,
Isaac Rileyr, William Lcewis aiid
Rebecca his wife, John hhaverd
and Mary his wife, & Sary Riley.J
ITe nparm to myeatisfactionm that ti
dfnats WVm. Lewis and Rebecca bi
wife~, reside in the State of Alabaima, an
the defendants John Hlaverd and Mary hi
wife, and Sarah Riley reside in the State ii
Illinois, on motion of James J. Caldweli
Solicitor, ordered that the said defendant
who are without thme limits of this State, d
plead,answer or demnur to the Complainant'
Bil of complaint, witin three months frum
the publication heieof, or the said Bill wil
be takeu pro confesso against them.
3. TER RY, c. E. . E.
Conm'er's Oflice, Edgefield, Felb 27, 1838 4
% a:' of Southi ('u r'ohj: a.
i GEFlELD DISTRICTr.
IN TH1E COMMON PLEAS.
Arthur West, vs.
A. H. Patrick. A ssuurstl.
7 H E Plaintiff having this day filedl his dckl
..ration in umy Ollice, aind the D~efendai
having no Wife or Attorney knmownm to lie in thi
State, tuponm whom a copy of the dleclaraition ima
ho served, Ordered, that thme said dlefendaitnt di
aippear and make his defence within a year and
day from this dite, or fintal and abstliute jnid;
ment will be awarded againist him.
G EORG E POPE,'. c. c. a'.
Clerk's Office, Edgefield, A pril 21, 1837 eb h2
State of souhth 4 *aolinai.
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS
WVm. M. Butler, vs ATTraxxxT,
William Cook. AssUiMesiT.
T HIE Plaintiff in this ease havinug on the 7
day of April. 1837, filed his declaratioi
thme Clerk's Office, and the Defendatnt havinug
Wife or Attorney, known to be ini this State, nmpi
wvhom acopy of the said declaration umay lie ser
ed: Therefore ordered. that the said defendant,<
appear and miako his defence within a year and
da from the fintg of the said declaration, or fini
atd absolute 'ndgemtnt willbe forthwith award<
to the said Plaintiff.
GEORGE POPE, c. c. P.
Clerk's Office, A pril 18, 1837 11 tf
Sou1th ('atroli na.
I N Pursuance of an order to us direct
by Peter Quattlehum, a justice of t
peice, in and for the district aforesaid V
have this day viewed an cstroy hiorse,shov
to us by Levi Wethingtn of this District.
- ind the same ain iron grey,8or 9 years ol
4 feet 11 inches high, has the appearance
I mnce having theo istula, and we do apprai
the said horse at the sum of 35 dollars. Cc
Stified under our hands, this the 9th day
Feb. 1838. WESLEY MILL ER.
. JOHIN P.QUATTLEBU
April 5. 18e9
State of South Caroliia.
Patrick Duncan, vs. Augustine
Arniold, Reubin -1tobertson, Bill to
Rachel Bighama, and the heirs forceose
and Admimstrator of Robert auMor.
T appeariig to my satisfaction that Williain
Lyon and Virginia S. his wife, Jndge D.
Del ph. Win. P. De4l)h, Robert J. Delpih, Mary
F. l elplh, Martha G. Del it, & Lonsin E-. Delpah,
heirs of Robert P. Del Ii, som4 of the defen-i
dants in this case, reside beyond the limits of this
State: Ordered that they do severally appear
and plead. answer or demur to the Btill af4res III
within three monthms from the dite of the pIbli- .
cation hereof, or the said bill will, as to them re- C
spectively, be taken pro confesso.
WI1. C. BLACK, C. E. A. D.
Comm'r's Office, Feb. 26, l83-3 Ine 5
State of -onth Carolina.
ABHBEVIL LE D.sTuRIC.
Patrick Dunan, vs. Margaret
IIeiderson, John Richey, & Bill to
thie heirs and Administrators furelose
of Willinan Hodges, jun. and j Mortgagc.
of William hlodges, son. I
IT nppearing to m3)y satisfaction that of the s
defendants in this case James L. Ilodges 1
Itichard Hodges, John or John W Hodges, t
Walter or Wat. Hodges. James Stone and Eliza- v
beth his wife, Jesse Williams and Lucy his wife, i
James Tomison or James Townes and Polly his i
wife, Wiley Unnnins and Franky his wife, and j
Sarnh 1odges. heirs of Villiam lledges,jr. and
of Willian llodges, seml. reside beyond the limits
of thi State: Ordered that they do severally ap
pear and plead. answer or denmur to lte above
nientioned hill, within three ianoanths froma the
date of the Iblicatin hereof. or ale said bill will,
as to them respectively. he taken pro rontfesso.
WM. C. BLACK. C. E.A. D.
Comm'r's Office. Fel. 26. 138 ac 5
Sate of sou1th1 a oilla.
ABBEiVIL LE DIsitCTr.
Patrick Duncan. vs Elizaeth Bill to fore
Cillens and otleers. heirs of* > dose Jlert
William Cnilleins deceased. gage.
T al)pearinig to ny satisfartion that Eliza
heta Cullens widow, and IRiciard Cullents
and -lijah Culliens. seas m of Widlium Cultens, de
ceased, defendants ini tiis case, reside beyond the
limits -'this State: Ordered that they severally
do appear and ptlead, answer fir denmir to the
bill afo. esa.t. within three nonthe from the pub
lication ofthis order, or the said bill -will, as to
them respectively. he takena pro ronfesso.
V M. C. ItLA CK. C, E. A. D.
Conimrs Office. March 6, 183 acO
tate of -oith Carolina
Patrick Diuncan, vs Itichard lilltoforedosc
Hodges & Valentiue Yonng. Mortgage.
T alpearingu to my satisfaction that tichard
* Iodges, fine of the defmedaits in this- case.
resides beyonad tile linmits of the State: Ordered
that lie do nlapiear and ilead, answer or demr
to the bill aforeaaid, within three months from the
date of the publicationt hereof. or the said bill
will, as to him. he taken pro ronf-sso.
WM. C. BLACK. C. E. A. D.
Cosnnr's Office, Feb. 26, it838 ac 5
State of South Carolitia.
1Pti E QUIT Y.
Patrick Dnican, vs. John Bill toforeclose
Wilson & largaret Wilson, 5 Mortgage.
g T appearing to my satisfaction that John Wil
E son, (son ofCharles,) one of tihe defindats
in this case, resides beyond the limsits ofthist Statte:
Ordered abat lie do app:ear and plead, answer r
demniar to the above ainned ball. within three
aontlis from the date of the publicationl hereof,
or the said bill %% ill. its to him, he takene pro con
-fesso. WMf.C. litA(CK, C. 1:. A. D.
Comms'rs Otlice, Feb. 26, 18:*t ac 3
~tate of Sotith Carolina.
Patrick ltame. ( Bill toforelose
vus. Josephi TIravis, i Mortgage.
T1 aplpainag to mly saetislihetiona that Jose j h
kTravis, thae defe'edant ini this ease. resides
baeyond the limints of this State: O rlered that lie
'do applear iiand pleadI anzsw ierar demnssr to thte
hail' afo'resasid, wethitn theree mnonth,~ treean the dlate
oft the publication hereof, e'r ihe saidl bill will be
taken againast hiim prorontfesso.
W.1I.C BlLACK, C. E. A. D.
Comnsm'r's Oflice, Feb 26, 1i538 ac 5
Stile tif Solith ('aruhIlin.
hlarrinigt & Wilsota, vs.
Claudia C. Tatomn and Bill to forcelosi
Mary Tatoam. .Vo rignge.
ITiep >earinag4 to my satisfhetioan, thaet CI.mtdia
IC. 'atomn resides wsithouet the limits at' this
State--It is therefore Ordered, that thne saied (. C.
Tu':toma, oane of dhe defiedants itn this ease, do
it plead, answer or demtur tea the hill in t his case,
e within three umnths fronm the date oh this pulbli
Y cationm, or the said bill will hec taken pro1 conflessom
0 againast the sasid 6 'landlia C. Tnatoaa.
WM3. C. BLA CK, c. r.. .. n.
Commn'r's Ofrc. Ablberillt . Jan 2~3. IM% aic
John1 A. D~onald ad Billl for dliscorery,
others, vs partition and ac
John al-Cord et al. )rout
I T ap)pearinag tom my satisfactioni. tat Jamies
Doniald, onme of the defendants in this case,
h resades withourt the limtits of this State-It is there
nt fore Ordered, that the said James Doaeald, dlo ap-.
to pear pleaud, asnswer or deoietr to the bill of com-.
n~ plaint an this case, witin three tmonths froim the
"- date oftis~ notice, oe the said hill w ill be taken
opro confesso againtst thce said Jaumes Donald.
W 31M. C. BLA.CK, c. E.. .A. 3).
SComm'r's Ojier, A bbrrille, Jan23, lr38 ac 52
State of -Ouhth ('arolinia
- ABBEVIL.LE DISTRItCT.
IN EQUIT Y.
A aron Lomax & others Bill by
Ex'r. of Ihngh Morrnhm dee'd Ex'r for
md vs. Jane Morrah widow (advicoedi
te and others. Jrection &c.
e~ [Tappearing to my satisfaction thatJohmn
n.. .Morrah and Robert Morrah two of
& the defendants in this case, reside withott
di, thae limits of this State, on mnotiona; Ordercd
of that they (10 severally appear, & plead, an
se swer or demnur, to the bill of comnplaint in this
3r- ease, within three amombs from the date cit
of this publication, or the said hill of comi plain1
will be takena pro conpa so, as agaeinst itm
M WM. C. BL ACK, c. t., A. n
State (if' ."7uth111li1a
A iIIEUJl I;i- ISICT.
IN COM LEAN Pl.iAS.
Jacob Chmbiii.erlinm, AlubouIm:ent ill .
Survivor. %s - Tro * i tes- Iimgi
John A. Youiamig. $ e:,:: .ts.
fHit' Pialintl-itar g this dayI~ filed hii:- defe.
laratiotn ini this ease, in the C1 ri's Ch jji.
tid die said John A. Ymmae li: ini-, io wife or
ttorney, known to le iin this prmvince, u pon
,homla copy (or ta, s.iil deeilaratiiih I
pecial order of the Ci-tirt endiorsed therefont, ear
ie served: It is therei ire Ordt red. that the said
ohn A. Young dit? appear and make his defibnaw
vith a year amd a day, f1rom the filing of the aiid
eclara.tion, as aforiaid, or filnal aild absohite
iidgment will he forhiw% ith5 given and a'vard d fiar
he said plaintill.
.JAS. WARDLAW, r. c. r.
Clcrk's Ojfirr,1,. 1Ja . . -4 li d
tate of South (rOtinoh-!.
ABBEVILLE. D ISTI C T.
IN TIE COMMON PLE.S.
Valker, Covington * Foreign Ataehiileut,
Park & ovler. Assump.it.
1I Etl'AS thle Pllainltilrs did1 this day file?
their declaration in the Office o' thi
;inrt, agahist the Dllefimdants, who are! abuent
rom and withot the linilms of this -State, (as it ik
id) and liavinir neither ur them a witie or altor
ey. kntown) within fite samte, on n% lonm a Copy of
le declaration wvith a rule to plead thereto, oght
lie served: It li therefore ordered, that the Do
mndiants do appeir ail plead to the raid deelura
on. within a year and a day. otherwise finil tnd
tdgment will be given and awarded a zninst them.
JAMIS VAtDLAW, c. c. r.
,lerk's Oflie. Nov 17. 1?:7 dmg 43
State ol' South I arolina.
IN TillE. COMMON PLEAS.
i. K. Butler & Co. vs. Afterachmnt.
.htit: 13. Mr. A ssunpInsit.
1111E Plaintits iaviig thi day filed their
declartioin, anl the Defenmiant havimii
icither wvife ir nttornev, known to lie in this
tmte. ordered, that if tie said Deftendant dit,
eot appear aid miuake his defernce., wilhii a vear
mtmd ai day from, this date, im fina ami ia .-ih,'le
minliment shall bhe lorm ith given ind awarded
om the s.aid Plaiitilis in attta.-h mentr.
JAMI. S WA 1R1)LAW, c. c. P.
Ch-rk's Oflice. Dee. 4. 18P7 dac 45
te of" South1 Ctlofilla.
ABE VI.LE DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
I. R. Wilson, & Co. N's.
James i) iS.
T HE Plaintiint in this ease lavima filed
their declaration in my officr, at Abhme
'ille Court louse, on: die 21:hii dav of March
1837: Ordered, that lie dfendant do pleal
hereto within a year and! a day, from tiat
late, orjutdgment by defaubt will be rendered
JAS. W ARDL A V, c. C. r.
Clerks Otfice, May 9, 1837 12m
I.I Persons itndebted to the late Chr: -
ALtian Ilreithauipt, deceased, are regt:,st
ed to make inmediate paymeit. And fll
persons having demands against the eiu te
of said deceased are reque.4ted to prescut
them duly attested.
JOHN BAUSKETT, E.'or
P'b. 25. 3-ti
I.1. Personms iidelbted to tie late Ars. Be
Alathland tiims, deeased, are regnested to
make iimediatepay ent, a4i all persoas hav
I im detimanids agaist t me estate of said deceased
;re requerted to present them ily attested.
BENJ. 311318, Exector.
Dee 9. 1U437 tf 45
LI. persons indebted to the Estate of Join
AL Blackwell. deceael. are retmtested to tm alc
nonmiedliate imyimment. an~d those hauvitng dlee tid
to presenit ti em properly atte-ted.
U Tf:NNANT1. Adianistraior.
ilarc'h '2- 1.37 if R!
T !! E Notes andl Aceotunts mif Dr'. Jamnea
Spm:an. dleeasie. hamve lbeen left with:
Mr. II. L.. Jell'rs. in lIamrnburg. AllI per
sotns indebted to Dr. Spannmii amre remhpeste.d
to call and pay Mr. Jeiler5, wiho isa athorizedl
to mececive thme mone ;u:' and thoe h avinig
dlemnds againast the Estate will pileacae retn-.
derm then: to htim:. E. 1PA NN,
M amrch 2G. 1838 :t f Adelm'trir.
A4 L person~;~s ind~ebterd to the Estate of
quested to imake itmeditet paynt e, anti
thmose b~rvin:g dei~mnds to presenit them: pro
ENOCII IL. PRESLEY,
Erreuior with, the ,lill annie.r,er
M;areb 7, 1838 f
1.1 pesn hatvinig ty diemaiiads agains't the
I- state of G. A mndersonm. Sen., dhecasued, a mre
regnesi'ted to present thetm, anmd thio~o imndebted toi
m:ake painenit wi'itin thme timme presc~ribedl bv law . 4
A. ANDIER~SON, .-idm' rrer.
Jant 10), 1-i. tr' .19i
NOT IC E.
A 1.!. Piersons inadebmted to thme l ate Chamrles
Tholimas~..,eceased, ar" regne. .ued tim make~i
payi menat :tand al peirsons~ hamving dea~ns agaiimn-t
thei estte of saimd idrceasemd are reqlucsted to lime
Nov 27. 1837 it' .td.sninistrato~r
.Vo ti ce.
7 II E' Sutbscr'ibmeir wvil gi ve a 1'lieral
pr'ie for hilE EScWAX, T.\ALLOW,
KITUIiEN & RIOIIERTSON.
Ialmurg, Marchl :1, 1838 ii' 5
M GR ~AY. F.sq. of' Elambutrg, S4. C. wil
tiact asm:ttorne'y in: fact, ais wemll as ait
aw, dutrinig may ab-tence from the Staite
J. 11. COY INGT'ON.
NOTE1 1C E.
T ~AK EN Up on Thumrsday miorimn, oan IlJmse
ICreek, ab~out 9) mtiles friomi Angat-r u.Ga., a
veiry liar idark hav li frse, is right iye ott h::;
a w'hitet spot oni his lorileead, mua mali whiite' spmt
on his bamck, switch tail anid lai c -. TIhei
ownier is regnlmested toi comei ihrwvard. hlrove prop-~a
erty, pay) cexpenises uttad tamke htim amw.
Sept 23, 1i837 it' ::.i
N oti c e.
S Mi 1 T 1' S G r ainmn air, I ec'gra ph y ::mnd
Atla:t'.Ott the Protintemive Systmetm.'Ako,
Smntith's P'rme actil andi Met ua i .\r imetic,
wiithi a vartiety of othier Senauo., lloo,,
mas he lint onid ait t he Stora oft
C. .\. DO W D.
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