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COLU1hsA, 22nd March, 1838
To Col. BzauroRT T. WA-rs, Quarter Mas
IR:-You will proceed to sell the Arsenal
and Magazine lots in Abbeville,in pursu
ance of a resolution of the last Legislature of
thia State, on a credit until the 1st of October
next, taking bond and sufficient surety for the
-ayment of the purchase money, and report
b -result of such sale to His Excellency. the
By order of the Commander-in-Chief.
JAMES JONES, Adj't.& Insp'r. Gen.
CoLUMBIA, 16th May, 1838.
To' His Excellen-y PisacE M. BUTLER:
Sirs-In pursuance to an order from the Ex
ecuti- e cause to be sold the Arsenal and the
Magazine lot, in Abbeville. I have the honor
Iattended at Abbeville on the first Monday
of this month, and-effected a sale of the said
lots, at public auction, in conformity to notice
previousy given in the Gazettes. The Arsenal
was atchased by T. D. Williams, at $305.
-h agazine by John Tagart, at $280. The
purchasers reside in the village of Abbeville,
and are responsible citizens.
I have the honor to accompany herewith, their
several obligations, sustained by amplesecurity.
I have the honor to be,
Your most ob't servant,
B. T. WATTS, Q. Master General.
CoLumisA, 19th Feb., 1841
To His Excellency Joun P. RicARDSoN.
-Sir:-I have the honor to accompany here
with -Orders No. 68' marked (A.) from the Ad
utat and Inspector General, and my report
thereon, marked (B.), to Ex-Governor PiacE
During the administration of the late Gover
nor Noble, he authogized me to cancil the obli
gation of Taggart for the purchase of the Ma
gazine lot, and to accept the bond of D. Dou
The said Douglass has recently paid we the
p bhase money, with interest, amounting to
r24 andr 1 witnessed a transfer or the aid lot,
known as the Magazine,to John Cunningham.
Thebond of Wliams for the purchase of the
Arsenal, has not yet been paid, as there is some
difficulty in retrd to title. It seems there is
no record of -tide- or tranafer of the said lot of
9round to the State and a man by the name of
harles Dendy whoowns an adjoining lot, has
set upa pretext of-claim to the ground, to the
injury and annoyance ofWilliams, the purcha
mar. I have the.honor to be, Sir,
Your obedient servant,
B. T. WATTSQ. Master General.
CoumsA; 12th May, 1841.
oJ h uis . CALDwimZrd siitor.
.4Sir:-- amdirectad bi His ExcellencyJoulx
P.RscuAnDsos, tosubmit for your imf ormation,
"d fdture actidn; theencolosed doduments.
Y'!fer No.6W., marked (A.) directing the
-tr-MasterGeneralto sell the Arsenalaid
Msta*io~lts Wi uande of a ResolhdOi6by
S nspectGeneral there
0"rsjreooly necessary as explanato
ry! -th lost h ofthe report (C.) in
S-Itseems the sid lot on which stands the Ar
usnaL- was given by the late Major 1-lamilton
olFAbbevile to the State... There appears to be
no record of title for the: samie,. and .n conse
quence thereof a citizen oECAbbeville, by the
name of Charles Dendy, who owns an adjoin.
ing lot to the Arsenal, has set up a pretext of
claim to the same, to the injury and annoyance
* ~ ofWilliams the purchaser.
- The Governor desires that you will investi
* gate the affair, and take such proc~ess as you
-may deem consistent with-propriety, and the
interest of the States
Very respectfully, Sir,
Your obedient servant,
B. T. WATTS, Ex.8Sec'ry.
By the Governor.-f
* - Look at This!
AND if you are not satisfied, call and see
.L.me, and I will endeavour to satisfy yon.
By this I wvould inform my customers, iriwnds.
and the public generally, that [ have a ine as
sortmentof wellsawed LUMBCER on hand. and
my Saw and Grist Mill in fine order ter busi
neis. All orders in my line orbuisiine~e will be
thankfully jeceived, promptly atteiided to, and
- neatly executed. Lumber is reduced to the
exceeding low price of fifty cents per hin
dred feet, or $5 00 per thousand. iy MillIs
* ~ are situated on Beach Creek, waters of South
Edisto, 4j miles from the Ridge, 5( miles from
Lott's,. and 8 miles from the Pine House, just
opposite the 28 mile post. on the road from Au
gusta to Columbia, and 3 miles from where the
* . ~ -road frotm Lott's to Aiken crosses the sme.
-Finally, and lastly, I would say to those oF
*my customers who are indebted to me on ac
- count, previous to the 30th or Deer. 1840, will
please make settlement forthwith.
WV. L. COLEMAN.
Jnne 3 , uf 18
FOR SAL E.
* A BILIARD TABLE,of Charleston man
- -E ufacture, never yet been in use, and info.
- rior to none in the city of Charleston. It is
* bound with solid brass, silver plated, and was
built for a gentleman in Georgia for $350. It
will bs sold a bargain, as the owner is in want
of funds at present. A p ply for further particu
lars at the office of the Spirit of the Times.
Charleston, May 29. c 18
ID" The Savannah Georgian, Edgefield Ad
- vyertiser, and the paper at Forsyth, Ga., 'vill
Splease copy the above three times, and address
SW. P.at this office.-Spirit of thne Times.
* . .TOUN 0.3B. FORD,
KAS Just received from New:York, a full
* U stock of fashionable -
Spring and Summer Goods,
Containing, beside his usual supply' of Staple,
Domestic Goods, a handsome assortment of
fue Lawns, Muslins, and Lace Goods; Super
London Light Prints, fashions of 1841; Prin
-ted Swiss Muslins, and Printed Lawvnst Dam
* . .as S~atin, Embroidered Lace, and Filet Shawls;
anof all kinds of Fancy Goods, his assortment
is more than ever vari'ed, and complete. To
tho~se acquanted with his estimate of "an as
setn"he deems this sufficient without an
* eomer~ionof articles-fresh supplys being
received-by almost eveky arrival.
Country Iabreants supplied at nnusualiy
* lowrates. -
*Hamburg, April'5;1841. tf 10
-300K & SO3 PRINTZNG
OF Every description executed with
neatness and despatch, at the Office
F.M r,,lm b iptsiaas V4ifled,C Iz
A,7SbintMOnthl *Agricultural Paper, entitled
The iough Boy.
IN presenting to the public a Prospectus of
an Agricultural Paper, the subscriber is well
aware of the many .ojections which will be.
started against it; such as often frighten the most
sanguineand generally terminate the existence
of such periodicals, berore their intrinsicrvalue
is fally. made to appear. Knowing all the in
conveniences which must nepessarily arise,.i.
bringing out a work of this nature; but, haviag;
received assurances from a number of gentle
men, well skilled in the Science of Agriculture,
of theirissistance in his undertaking; be hopes
to be enabled to nurse it thrh its infancy,
and by the aid of our enlightened riculturists,
he has but little fear that it willeventually reach
That such a-iork is wanted, in this ilection
of our country, none will deny. No Agricul
tural paper is at present published inthis State,
and those published at a distance, are difficult
of access. to. most of our Planters and Farmers,
on account of the heavy charge of postage, and
uncertainty-of the mails.
Tas PLouos Boy will be entirely devoted to
Agriculture, and 'all exertions will be made to
give the best selections from other papers, and
to obtain Original Communications from our
oldest Planters and Farmers, on that subject.
No -pains will be spared to make it a comhplete
Text Book for Southern Agriclturists.
WM. F. DURISOE.
THE PLOUGH Boy, will be published Semi
Monthly, and each number will contain sixteen
pages, royal octavo; malking a volume of four
hundred and sixteen pages, yearly, exclusive of
an Alphabetical Index, at the end of each vo
The first number will be issued on the first
Saturday ja July, and mailed regularly to sub
The price of stubscription will be $,.50 per
annum, four copies for $5, and tea'ecpies for
$10; payable in all cases, in advance.,'
The last page of Tm PLouou Boy will be
reserved for the insertion ofany Advertisements.
which may be sent,,r.elative to Agriculture, but
07 Posimastersare reiested to actas Agents,
for the wor k; und all persons wishing to sub
scribe, wiil please forward theirnames and Post
Office by the 25th-of(Jutne.
07 All letters addiessed to the publishermnust
be post paid.
May 6 if A4,
W E will-sell at public auction, on Wed
nesday the 21st of July next. if not pre.
viously disposed of, our STEAM MILL in.
Edgefield district, and the tract of Land on which.
itissituated, lying on the Mortentown road,
foroty-three miles above Hamburg, and seven
miles below Cambridge: together with all the
property oin the premises, consisting of horses,
mules, oxen, cows, hogs, wagon to carry logs,
The Mill is-capable of cutting from 2300 to
3000 feet of lumber per dav ; and we have had
a demand for the same, which we have had no
means to meet, anl we feel confident in say.
ing that such will continue to be the case, as it
is situsted in the margin of the pine woods, ad.
jacent to a wealthy section of country, which
is almost destitute of pine suitable foi.building.
The situation is elevated and healthy, and
wellcalculated for a public staid: tiere'is-on
the tract 'of land an.abundauce of timber, and
about three hundred-acres, vhich: sWdeied
almost equal to-nyi lids in thedistrict, in point
of fertility,'-f which aboutixty acres are'in
': There w ois on the- premises a4argeGrW
penter's shop, Blacksil1th's shop, striblesiid
crib, (framed,) together with other, buildiigs.
Those that may wish to purchase, would do
well to call and eiamine the property for them
selves; and if they shonld wish to make~a pri
vate contract for the same, wve would refer them
to Henry R. Williams, who is on the premises,
or either of us, who can be found near Milton
Post Office, Laurens district.
We wvill furthermore state forthe information
of those that might ,wish to liurchase the En
gine, without the other property. that we will
sell it alone; the engine as thirty-nine horse pow
er, as computed by Mr. W. B. Lockwood, the
Engineer who sot it uip; and is capable of driv
ing one alab saw, one gang of 12 saws, aid one
set of grinders; as the times is hard, and mo
ney scarce, wve will take negro property in ex
change for it; women and chiildred wvould be
preferred, or sell it on a credit of one. two and
three yeats, the purchaser giving approved
WILLIAMS Ar, GRIFFIN.
L F[ E PIL LS, & P HEJN X BITTERS.
The perfectly saife. ainerting, :andc suiccess
lhi areaanmn of abrno-t every species ofrdisease
b the as.-of MOFFAT'S LIFF.MEDICINES,
is nohlonger a mailer of doumbt,as a reference to
the experienace of many thoumsanid patients wvill
satisactorily prove. During the present mouth
alone, nearl one hundredl cases have come to
the knowledge of Mr. MofYat, where the patient
has, to all apparancme, effected a permanent
cure by the exclusive and judicious use of the
Life Medicines-some eight or ten of these
had been considered beyond all hope by their
medical attendants. Such happy results are a
source of great pleasaure to Mr. M. and inspire
him with new confidence to recommend the
use of his medicines to his fellow-citizens.
The LIFE MEDICINESiare a purely VE
GETABLE preparation. They are mild and
pleasant in their operation, and at the same
time thorough-acting rapidly upon the secre
tions of the system-carryimg off all acrimoni
ous humors, and assimilating with and purify
ing the blood. For this reason, in agravated
ases of Dyspepsia, the Life Medicines wall
give relief in a shorter space of time than any
other prescription. In Fever-and-Ague, In
flammatory Rheumatis-m, Fevers ofevery des-.
cription, Sick Headache, Heartburn, Dizziness
in the Heed, Pains in the Chest, Flatulency
impaired appetite, and in every disease arising
from an impurity of the blood, or a disordered
state of the stomach, the use of these Medicines
has always proved to he beyond doubt greatly
superior to any other mode of treatment.
All that Mr. Motfat asks of his patients is to
be particular in taking them strictly accordimig
to the directions. It is not by a newspaper no
tice, or by any thing that he himself may say in
their favor, that he hopes to gain credit. It is
alone by the results ofa fair trial. Is the reader
an invalid, and does he wish to know whetner
the Lifo Medicines will suit his own ease ? If
so, let him call or send to Mr. Molfat's agentin
this place, end procure a copy of the Medical
Mannab designed as a Domestic Guide to
Health, published gratuitously. H~e will there
find enumerated very many extraordinary cases
of cure; and perhaps some exactly similar to
his own. Moffat's Medical Office in New York,
Fur sle by C. A. DO WD.
March1I8. tf 7
I8 HEREBY GIVEN, that application will
be made, at the next session of the Legis
lature, for an amendment of the Charter incor-'
porating the Tow'n of Edgefield. 2..
Mray10, 1 8ti 1 G m. 15
OF SPARTANB -
I E Subscrier:esa
bliMent, Wil e re
ptiounf ompany? o. IThis
ebrated watering pli - in the
Southern States for a Iould
in those travelling fo" to
their resort. T$4-ons are
aimple for 300 visito Suites
of rooms in the great-Ho
lours,:or single-or'donb ich
are~ anete andidheco
furnislid The tabland bir upell
with the best the counfry's -no pains
shall be spared'to -give sa coM
At the Springs is an a btted
society of permanent restdsig Polent
academies, male dbi'ealm r may
put their childrednt& schoo . -
.Inthejiotelare-large ad Iub
l'rooms,-a band ofmsicattets
ye~sed~to dance..Ahe -byr wl su
i -id abundance ofice hu
fote season. '- ~ "
These Spripgs are-itla m
Union Court Houst; 20.66m:1 8 tan
burg, 25 miles from Y6rkvillev2 :9s lles from
Glenn Springsm and 22 from4lon White
Sulpher Spnngs, being thelc "I.-po*t to
them all. The watersothe r elime.
stone, hift charged with car aid.gas,
andare asiaht, pure and deligit ohe taste
as water can be. Tliey possess iSi.
cindi virtues;es cially.in aems psia
and liver afections. The a- d sthe
limestone, too strongchalyes 'oual
efficacy in restoring strength in .ebiy.
. Baths,.cold and warm and shal be
always ready at a moments nom
The localit is one of the m ealthful in
the world. 1Thlecountryaroui' dtPossesses
many attractiona niits beautiful rfi,itshis
torical associations, and ih th ufactures
which are springiig up all am '".- Theit
tie fields ofBlackstocks, C and Knip.
mountain are all near enou apleaant
days iscursin-andthe grosp ki
mountain takes n a.lar Qpton esricts,
and embrdcesmany views of i,11 estie
:and.beautiful scenery. - -
Since the lastiSufnmer, the 'iiig.to
'.these.8piings have beenP ati the
bridgesr-repared and replacdt-'kin bridge
has been bdilt at the Neabl iroit W roVer
the 1froad River, and no diffi'duliii ieists
for travellers-a ling ofstages runa" weelk
from Spartanburg by these n Lincoln
ton-another twice a r m nionCourt
House, and a horse mail to Yaville
There is always on hind"' " -1'' of burnt
lime.oftlie best uality.
gy The Carolmiai, Pendl asenger,
-Augusta Chronicle, Greenvill X niineer
Edgefield Advertiser. Winlya iigecer,
Camden Journal, will' piasej "' -'the above
once a week for two. months an their ac
cdunts to the subscriber at: Lim de8prings
for payment. J. ENNY.
--H EADi& R8
CoLUMBIYA, May 14.
(Gener al Orders, No. 4.) .J.
EOHN F. MARSH ALL, 4ving been
.appointedAide-de-Cam ~ ~iExcellen
cy Governor RICHARDson, wvi rjank of Lt.
Colonel, will be obeyed and resp sed accor
By order of the Commande -Izii.E
A RMISTEAD BURT,
May 20, 1841. .f 16. MAi e Camip.
Stoves and Sftls.
'H E SUBSCRIBER conhnuesto occupy
-his old Stand, No. 168 Btosd Street, Au
gusta, opposite the Eagle and. :Phenix Hotel,
where he has on hand and ofehrafor sale, very
low for cash, a large assortaient of STOVES,
consisting in p art of Premium Cook Stoves,
People's do., for Wood or Cal, Close Stoves
for Churches, Factories and School-houses,
with all necessary pipe, ready -mado,-to des
patch orders. ' . -
He hes also in Store, STWLS,lholding from
Finty to One Hundred Galloihj(and continues
to Manufacture them of variofssizes and pat
terns. Also, Sheet Copperuitable for Valeyes,
Gutters; Heads, Pipes, 'c Tin Plate Wire,
Block Tin and Spelter Soldar, with, an exten
sive Stock of Tin Ware, Plin and Jipaned, at
wholesale and retail:HEW
P.S8. Georgia Rail Roadiionej received at
par, for anything-in hisgi 6~d five per cent
allowed on all sums ovr~ hundred dollars ;
Isbo, old Copper and Bra tceived. at a fair
price; -..B. P. C.
<Augusta, Ga., April144 tf 13
- (13 The Greenville Mntaineer will copy
the above to the amodntp bree dollars, and
send one copy ofthe p q B. F. C.
A.Coll e Stard.
8TEWA~ ofthe Bith Carolina Col
lege,.wiilb elece it26th of Juno
next, to contine-'ice thiree years. Ap.
plicadis'will..addrerje mmunications to
either of the iin4tei& saetherein the
termls per weekli-e will provide
the Commons-. I m r of Students an
niually varies fron 60, and of these
about 1300or 140 b Commons.
-Adwelling hoe eo isnt to the Cofn
mons Hall is prvIi* 'teward and his
family. -The Sm ~ beslected for three
years, and wrill ed ~' discharge of his
duties on the lif ,r - -.
May20 e 16
'Mountiineer t4j Mvertiser, will
publish th'e abov - et i the 20th offu~ne.
8 gvn-dpjstinn will be
U.made at te lite nexmt Leislature,
for'an Acticoai n tVerin Chiurch
and Camp-Ground- " N- *.
Mayu13, 1841 ~v. -6mn15
-Jaines -Boangrtign' SUP4
HE undersigned takes pleasure ii z
komicing to the-Cottou-Planters ofGei
g that he has established a branch of his G
anufactory in Augusta, Ga., nearly oppoR
to Bones and Garmichaels Hardware Sto
.whireCOTT.ON GINS of his very super
ivorknanship may be obtained. The materi
will be prepared, and every piece ofa compli
Gin worked out under my own care and
ipection, at my main shop in Columbia; a
will-be carefully put together by a skilful a
e7periencd workman in Augusta.
fthavealso appointed B. F. Goudy,my Ag<
mi:Hamburg, S.C., by application to who
miy Gins can be obtained by the Cotton Ph
ters of the Districts adjacent to that place.
07 Old Gins repaired at the shortest noti
Agusta, April20 -Kay 6 n 14
9TTlie*dgefiveld Advertiser, S. C., a
Constitutionalist, Ga., will-copy the abc
weekly thiee .nonths.
O 0uppress the Firing of Guns, Pist<
.-and all description of Fire Arms: in1
streets of the Town of-Edgefleld.
-e ifordained by the Intendant and Ward
of the Tomn Council of Edgefeil, and by the
.aority of de same, That from and after the pi
lication of this Ordinance,it shall not be law
for any person, or persons, to fire a Gun, I
tol, ortgny kind of Fire Arms, in the put
uare or public streets of the Town, or plai
jacent thereto, except on training days,
general holidays, under a penalty of Two D
for each offence.
P. F. LABORDE, Intendant
May 27 d 11
HE Subscribers are now receiving th
Spring and Summer Stock of Gob
which they will dispose ofon reasonable ter
and invite their customers and the public,
cill and examine before purchasing elsewhe
BRYAN & MINOR
Edgefield C. ., April 14, 1841. tf 11
LL persons indebted to the estate of Mi
L. Dunton, deceased, are requested
makeimmiediato payment. All persons hav
demands against said estate, are required to p
sent theinmproperly attested, within the time p
sdribed by law.
P. F. LABORDE, Ezecutor
*May 27 d 12
Garvin & Baines,
At the Yellow House, Hamburg, S. C
RE now.receiving, (direct from Philad
Aplia,) in eddition to theirstock on han(
splendid-and well-selected assortment of Mi
-OEA1Vir.Z,'in their line.
They iow invi:e country Merchants, P1
siciahs, and others, wishing to pnrchase
Drugs & Medicines,
to call and examine their Goods and prices,
they intend to offer such inducements ascam
fail to secure to themselves a liberal patronal
Hamburg February 16,1841,
Feb. 18. tf
CARRIAGE.AND HARNESS MAkE1
INFORMS the citizens of this district, t
he attends.io repairing and painting C
riages.&c., making and re airing Saddles, E
dIes, and all other-kinds ofHarness.
He can be found at all times, at his residem
nea'Pottersville, and will be thankful to
friends, for all work in his line.
tolls before 'me, a sminall mouse 1olored ma
MULEisJpposed to be about thirteen hin
h1igb,ud-twelv'e or'lneen years old, some mai
of geer, with strpes around the legs and aner
the wethers, moves a little stiffin the left hip,
other flesh marks visible. A ppraised at finte
- - JOHN HILL, s. F.
April 30~ 1841. .tf 14
Vegetable Life Medicines.
THESE Medicines are indebted for the
name to their manifest and sensible
tion in p unifying the springs and channels
life, and enduing them wvith renewed tone al
vigor. In many hundred certified cases whia
have been made public, and in almost eve
species of disease to which the human frame
liable, the happy effects of blojat's Life Pi
and Pheniz Biuers, have been gratefully a1
publicly acknowledged by the persons benei
ted, and who were previously unacquainti
with the beautifully philosophical prnncipt
upon which they are compounded, and up<
which they consequently act.
'The Ljle Medicines recommend themselv
in diseases of every fornm and descriptic
Their first operation is to loosen from the coi
of thie stontach and bowels, the various imnpu:
ties and crudities constantly settling anonl
them; and to remove the hardened faces whi
collect in the convolutions of the smallest int<
tines. Other medicines only partially clean
these, and leave Much collected mases behil
as to produce habitual costiveness, with all
train of evils, or sudden diarihcna, with its i
minent dangers. This fact is well known
al regular anatomists, who examine the I
man bowels after death; and hence thep prej
die of those wvell informed men against qua
medicines-or medicines prepared and hers
d to the public by ignonant persons. The
cond effect of the Life Medicines is to clea:)
the kidneys and the bladder, and by this inea
the livet and the lungs. the heatiuh: action
which enirely depends upon the regularity
the urinary or~ans. The blood, which tal
its color from tne agency of the liver and I
lut,s before it passes into the heart, being tii
purified by them, and nourished by food co
rg from aclean stomach, courses freely throd
the veins, renews every part of the system, a
triumphantly mounts the banner of health
the bloomimg cheek.
Mofat's Life MEeicines have been thorougi
te'sted, and pronounced a sovereign remedy:
Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Palpitation of
Heart,Loss of Appetite, Heart-burn and Het
ache, Restleasness, Ill-temper, Anxiety, L:
gor and Melancholy, Costiveness, Diarrhe
Cholera, Fevers of all kinds, Rheumatis
Gout, Dropsies of all kinrs, Gravel, Worn
Asthma and Consumption, Scurvy, Ulcers,
veterate Sores, Scorbutic Eruptions and B
,Comlexions, Eruptive complaints, Salle
-Cloud, and other disagreeable Complexic
Salt heum, Erysipelas, Common Colds a
Inluenza, and various other complaints whi
affiict-the human frame. .In FrvER and Aoc
particularly, the Life Medicines have be
most eminently successful, iso much so that
the Fever and 'Ague, districts, Physicians
most qtuiversally prescribe them.
-A1l that Mr. Moffat requires-of his patients
to be particular in taking the Life Medicii
strictly according to the directions.; It is i
by a newspaper notice, or by. any thing that
himself may say in their favor, that lie hoj
to gain credit.' it is alone by the results of
fair trial. These valuable Medicines are
sale by - .--C..A.DOWD
February 2,1841. tf A
7 HE-Fridods ofr Capt. L W.-Peri
annuouince bii i s Candidate
Tax Collector for ii-Di iit.' '
State of Sonth Caa'olina.
r-~B Y OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire,,rdi
in iary of Edgefield District.
ite Wherias, W. B. Brannohnand L. H. Mundy,
re, hath applied to me for Letters of Administra.
or -ion, onau#l and singular the goods and chat.
als tels, rights and credits of Jane -Laeter, late 6f
te the District aforesaid, deceased.
in. These are, therefore, to cite-iid admonish all
ad and singular, the kindred at ~creditors of the
ad said deceased, to be and appear-before me, at
- our next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
.nt to be holden at Edgefield Court House on the
m, 21st day of June, 1841, to show cause, if any,
in. why the said Administration should not be
se. Given under my hand and seal this 7th day
of June, one thousand eight hundred and
forty-one, and in the sixty-Sit year of Ameri
nd can Independance.
iye Jun 0. TOWLES, 0. E. D.
June 7. 1841'. ($2 124) b 19
State of South Carolina.
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. .
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
"* Edward Thomas, endorsee, Duaration
b' Edward Collier, Sr.,endorser. Sin)A ment.
-s HE Plaintiff having this day filed his de
lie T claration in my office, and the Defendant
* having no wife or attornoy known to be with.
or in the State upon whoin a copy with a rule to
ol. plead, could be served. On motion. ordered
that the Defendant do plead to the said deelar
ation within a year and a day or final and abso
lute judgment shall be awarded against him.
GEORGE POPE, c..c. P.
Clerk's Office, I
ir May 18, 1841. T. aqe 17
s, State of South Carolina.
re. ABBEVILLE DISTRICT.
Gcor-e W. Presslev, adm'r.
vs. T~omas W.Wilfiams, Ma- Billfor Injune
ria Williams his wife, and lion A- Rdief.
g IT appearing to my satisfaction that Eliza
re. beth Pressey, widow, Margaret Pressley
re- Elizabeth Pressley, David R. Pressley, Nathan
iel W. Pressley, and George W. Pressley, De
fendants, in the above stated case, reside be
yond, and are without the limits of this State
On motion, Ordered, that the said Defendanti
do appear, and plead, answer or demur,. to thi
. said Bill, within three months from the publica
el.. tion or this notice, or the said Bill will be taker
la pro cmfesso against them.
BENJ. Y. MARTIN, c. 2. A. V.
May 12 m 17
ly' State of South Carolina.
as IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
,e. Samuel R. Fuller, Declaration in Attac
vs. John Baggs, ment.
W H EREAS the Plaintiffin the abov' stat
ed cae, has this day filed his declare
tioWf ainst the Derendent, who is absent frin,
and withoutthe limits othis State, (as-itis said,
at having ieither wife.nor attorney, known with.
r in the same on whom acopy ofthe Declaration,
rt with a rule to plead thereas, might be served:
Ordered, that the said Defendant plead to the
.ce said Declaration, within a year anda day from
1 the date hereof, otherwise final, and absoluts
judgment-ivll t e awarded sisttijm.
JNO2T LIExNG PC.P
k Cles O C O
S S el Fuller, vs, Decla on inAt
no Jones & McGinty. . tachment.
mn . JHEREA5 the saidPlaintif in-the shove
W .stated case, hiasthiaday filed his Declar
ation-against the said Defendant, who is absenit
fronr, and without the limits of the State, (as it
- issaid,) having neither wife norattorney,known
within the same, en whom, a copy of the De
claration, with a rule to plead thereto might.be
-i served: Ordered, that the said Defendantplead
nto the said Declaration, within a year and .a
t day from the date thereof, otherwise final and
of absolute jndgment will be awarded against him.
i. JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P.
May 4, 1841. 5 . &v-. nge 17
IS State of South Car'olina.
it- ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
id iN THE COMMON PLEAS.
es John Moore vs. Declaration in Attach
r Mathew Houston. 5 ment.
H EREA S the PlaIntifiin the above stat
es VTed case, has this day filed his Declara
i. tion against the Defendant, who is absent from,
is and without the limits of this State, (as it issaid,)
ri- having neither wile nor attorney, known with
rd in the same, on whom a copy of the Declar.
ih tion. with a rule to plead ihereto might be serv
As ed: Ordered, that the Defendant plead to the
se said Declaration, within a year and a day from
d the date thereof, otherwise final and absolutte
its judgment will be awairded against hini.
ii- JNO. F LIVINGSTON, C. C P.
to Clerk's Offie,2.
U. May 15, 1841. 5 a. & T. age 17
ek State of South Carolina.
Id- ABBEVILLE DISTRICT.
fe IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
as Green B. Crawford. 1Declaration in At
of vs Wade Shuttesworth.-5 tachment.
of [JER EAS the Plaintiffrin the above stat
es WVed case, las this day filed his Declare
e tion against the Defendant, who is absent from
us and without the limits of this State, (as it i
m said.) having neither wife nor attorney, knowr
,h within the same, on whom a copy of the Declar
id ation, with a rule to plead thereto might-be sers
ini ed: Ordered, that the Defendant plead to the
said Declaration, within a year and a day, frorn
ly the date thereof, otherwise final and absolut'
for judgment will be awarded against him..
he JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P
d. Clerk's Offce,
in. -- May 15, 1841. 5 . & -r. aqe 17
ad Centre-street, Hambu, SA C. oppsite the
w, OLD AMERI C N HOTEL.
ad GAR VI I & AlINES,
ch [Suecessors to H. R. Cook, 4r CoJ
ri, 3 EEP constantly on hand,. at the "above
en House, a geoeral assortmenslt of
in DRUGS, MEDICINES, INSTRUMENTS,
at- PERFUMERY. PAINTS,.OILS, DYE
STUFFS, HlATTER'S MATE
aes All of vwhichi they -offer at the lowest prices,
lt and on terms to suat purchasers.
he gg Physician's and family preacriptionsl wid
aes receive prompt .and faithful attention, at all
a hours, .day and' night. All orders-executed
for with neatnes and despatch. -
-A supplv'or warranted fresh Garden Seeds
alw asn 1nudsuited to the season.
-: PGiavn,?w. D,
ry ~W . HAuras, Juri. :
ror . H MuanAr, KM BD
: Hamburg, ..C.. Feb..8. 1841 .. .
State .of Sout- Uarounfa
:E DG EFI LDP11 -
Josiah Kin g .- -
Bemy ProT qcewiiiiU
HE P linitihavig dis, Yibb
T attofin inf-office a
lag no wire or attorneyknown be wie* a
State, on whom-a copy oftheaie@W
to plead,'.could heserv.ed,.,I .* Mtho
the Defendant plead to the said dtjoj * _
within a year an ada: or R n'Ia
judgement il bg n bin
Clerk's Qjei, -z
May 13,1841.- - age 8
State of Soutl'i'baihW
IN TE -COMMON E
Henry Williams v.. '
Guthr e illiams,
T Declation in msli's D
rendant having no wife.or eni
me within the State,.on whom. "-gaYP
same, with a rule-to pleid could
is ordered that the- feddan pad to, d
declaration within a year and Vay
and absolute judgement will be? ns
him. .GEO. POP
CLerks O0$ce j
May 20,1840. ,. W,; -
John Rainsford, vs
James Rainsford and .
wife, and others. -
IT appearin to my satisfaction
Rainsford, of Vugland, son ofpep ' -
Louis C. Cantelow'and'Maq his wife
dants in this case, residdwhoutidel
this State; on motion
counsel for Plaintiff, orderedttl .
dants above named-doappearn this hpio
Court, and plead, answer or deMin 'to-the -b
of Plaintiff,- thin threamo&tf lie
cation gfthii"ofder, or that adcree'
so be takek-ja i m, . h
Commissions OfeWMaI 6&1M8 1
State of Souhi 09
IN'THE CiGMON P .
Nathuaiel 3 D -
Administrator ofJoep I
Davis, d ici .Msu ps
Garnisheep -AN -
William P. n
T1.laration in 9
having no wife o y nw
in the State upp whom a c w
to plead, could be sed 0
edthat the Defendantd6 plea to6 thi sani&&,.
elaaioii withinai yearend a daorfinal-and
ahnslutej'lgmnt will be awarde4 uis.
. '-'JN F LIVNGSO -
~lrton within ' at hi
aoldteindgem 1 b
State f- South Ci14w
E DGEFPIEL LB-BRIC
Mar Tomkins. Applicant,)
vs 'g. Hill and wfe~and> -
IT appearing to my satisfaction am~'il~i
U.Hill and wife, Eliza, Defendas'i lis
case, reside without the limits ofthles~ Jt 3
is therefore ordered, that they: do apjorp
object to the division, or sale of the ra~~t
of Stephen P. Tomrkins, deceased,tsno~beife
the saecond day of August neat, or their conesent
to the same will be entered-of record.
Given under my hand, at my Oflce thisi~jh4
day of April, 1841
OLIVER TOWLES, 0. E.D.
April 22, 1841. -. ($10 87j), 1im2
State of South Oii1~a
EDGEFIELD DiSIGP /
- IN THE COMMON PLES~4
Rt. C. Baldwin & Co. vs At~~ieu
Grady &MIcReynolds. AausuL -
T HE Plaintiff having this day id*o /
the Defendant having tao wife~ ritre
known. to be within. this State, npon~ba
copy of the said declaration w~iha r~pa
can be served. It is ordered .tha.iias ~ D.~
feadant doappearand plead tothe saielara-l~f ~
tion, within a year and a day,from the l~ea..
tion hereof, or finaland.ahb lutejdm nt wll~
be awarded against him.
-Clrk's-0JW, -. -
Marc 22,1841,~ :r.o $7.50 age1
*State of SouthUarooina
IN THE COMMON nFL&
C. A. Dowd, -vs. P 6Ip*OWU~
Henry Carn, vs u, r
he Plaintiffs havin thisd jeJus Do
.claration in my ofce and .h n~fdaint
having no wifeor attorney known. beo'ithiin
the State, on whom a-copy ofthe same.witha
rule to ~lead, could he served. -kt-is ordered1
that the defendant plead to tlie.saiddeelartion
within a year and aday, or.6nal anid absola't.
judgment will beg gien 'snat him..
May 20, 184.~ .w. w. -ae 16'
State of South Canna~
ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMONY.L.EAS.
William Chastain, assignee Declaration i
vs. Edward Colliet~r Ande-n
HEREA~thef ainti intheab3%htated
out the -limits of this Statf~s its~dio
-neither wife nor-attorne, known-iif
same; on whom'a copy of theD~~rn~
a rnld to' plead thereto 'ht-be~aro 5
deredl, that the DefendSetPI S atIidDo
.clration,, wttiiy r~~ dt
thereof, o~heiwiss fnina i~~~ t
will be awarded.iant ~ 7t
SClerks Of~c. -
~M&.v15 ~ age5