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State of South Carolina.
Wiley Eidsn and wile,
Nathan Bod*-e and wife. I
, OTIC E is hereby gien. that by virne of
3 anorder from the Court of Chanery. I
Ihal offer for sale to tie highest bidder it Edte
field Court.Hose on the frst Stonday it, N
vomber next, the real estate of John E id4.en,. dc
ceased, consisting &if three tract.. ,of land. nt- foI.
lows, viz: one tract containing one hindrel -md
ily acres, mitre or le. called the "Davii
Tract," adjoining lands of Simpson Rogers.
James Roger". the estate of Strother and othem
lands of the intestaste. One other tr act called
he ..olhnan Tract," containin- one hundred
and fifty acres, mwore or le'e, adjoicning [li! of
Mrs. P. Lark. Wiltain lWers,. 31ty Watun.
James Rogers and the other landst ofthe iie
mset where he livel. Anid one.other iact where
the intestate residel ut li-t dletath. contaimalirz
dabre hundred and fifty acres. more or less. ad. 1
joining lands ofr Mrs. . Lark. Gt'er;ge 13l.
Mrs. Rabum. Simp.,on llNoer and the Ho!
man tract. All "aid tract, lyingx it Ed;eftield
District, and to be d-p:Iro y n a 4c re'hit "f
one year, exce-pt for so nmeh a. nav he ike.
cessary to pay the cot.i. which mucn-t the paid it)
cash; the purchaser toe give iond and weetrson.d
security aud mortgage of the' princines.
J. TErutY, ~ c. . c. 1
Oct. 5, 16481. (-55 IS) e
State of Solith Caoli'm.
Ebenezer Ciambnerlami and I
wife, vs. Selartinl 3l1n., Parttition.
and Sainuel 3lims.
OTICE is Isereb.':i, rn. flhat by virtrie X1
tan order froc Chc:ncelr Je:itn, I
24hall olfer fro sale to the la.:.i berl4e1e* ht
Edgefield Court t1(louc. oil the fir-I -1301nd:1k .e
Novemaber raext. tih real e to:* D Id eains..
leceasevd. conesistin:: tr e-e trait,- laid. a.
followe. iz: the lime Iart. Iizn o:n Biit
Creek. waterS tif soepn-'he '. re.. ::1d ee.
taining ..ix humired ae.d tiity :wn -. ciore ( h r
adjoining!W lands4 of An--el '.:!wl'st. J'lng T.ilnyll
kins. Charl'e< .%x &al (:!-r a tina.-t pes bca.
verdan Creek. contLuniat tui s ki lundre d .i.
fily acres. tuore or le-o. adjinliing !.icle of VVie.
iam H. 1oss and otheri.: mite a tract rcoctam-i
in sixty five acre,. m~oie or Irs. adeim
lan ds of'thee wideew Ki'rease'. C(le* -hdey.
Janmes Kilcreae and othecr!., onc the foulewns.g
terms: Thce sixty-ti'e acre tract. on a rceit eef
tine year ; the B~eaverdamr tiaet. acn a credit ef'
oene anid two ye'ar,,, and the lloeute tract ore a
credit of' one and twee years. excep1t er sae
much as will pacy the cents. wheichl mncet be peaid
in cashe. The purcaen,' to cve borid aced peer
ecoeal securicty, and ai murte.;;e fthe prennicses
to accure the purchase mconey.
C(.ma%'' O5fcc, .
Oct. 5. 1841. O _l _
State of Southt~ Caro(inat.
Eli Clark and wife ? Ptren
OTLTICF. iis hcerebyv gien, that bry v'irtuc'eef
.~1an order fro~m the ('eart eel Chcane.rv.
'hall olirer f'or sale toi thme higesat thidder ati l::e
tield.Court I Inuse, ccn cte lih,. Meenday eof .\o
vembher next, the rcal taclcIe of Alex. te'wacrt.
deceased, concaracticng of inmer tractsc. ocr pairceeN o
lancd, as follows. viz: One~ tract knownvi acs
the --Poverty Hil31" traect. conit~iaiig two hun.rc
dred acres, muore 'or le's.,,ii:cte' ie l:'de
field District. adljoucgt and's ofl Jicilrn e Vai.
Johno Jocese.John Motesely andu oetherg.. Aino~ther
traict knownc as the SweetZ Water tract. con
faining one huanred amcil 'ixty neres. icuom cr
les., sitate in the said IDictrict, adijoicnii~i ui:md'
of(Siils Lanier, Johnu .Meel wiynd! .1 rse. Brie::c;
one either tract contacininlg c'ne huindr e! nd er
zythree acres, iciore icr fes ee jeining landes if'
Jon Moleselv aind David Iiinech. andic knowin .c'
the Covington trart: and ai p. reel of'land con-l
maining rouz ac're~smore ocr 3$.4. aitdjiin land<
of thce said David liicich mam Talhia H all. A ll
ofsaid lands te. be so~ld in eparate tracts on a
credit of oee m"d two Vrr'- e'xce pt f.r soi
nineh a.. may be ne'ceceary toc pay the 'cstse.
which titmst bo paid ini cash. T1he puirchawsrs
to give hcond and personal security, anid ai mort
gage of the precmies. J FRY .~ .~
Edgefield. Oct. 5. 1'-11. (M ($I) d 304
BOOK & 3JOB PRINTING
O ~F Every descriptionf excentedc ithl
.Fn eatncbs and despaitch. at the O)llice.
State of South Caolina.
John W. Munday.
ly. 51. Timmermanand
wife and others. j
N OTICE is hereby given that by vir
tueof on order from the Court of
Chancery. I shall offer for sale to the
highest bidder, at Edgefield Courr House
on ibe firstMonday in November uext, the
real estate of Charles Thomas. deceased,
cnsisting of a tract of land sitiuted in
Edeefield District otn Cedar Creek, waters
of llorao Creek &c. comaining four hun
dred nid forty nitne actess more or less nd.
joinin- land, 'of James F. Adams, lleu
rv Waldrum, licajah Denkins, and oth
ers, on a credit of cue and two years ex
cept for so much as may he necessaty to
pay the cosis whichi must be paid in tcash;
the putiriuaser to give boud and personal
security, aud a mortnge of the premises.
J.TERRY. c v:.e. .
Cnmmrr'r'e. Orlice ,5 81 d 36
Edgetield, Oct. 5. 1S41
State of" South Ctirolina.
Eracmus McDaniel aud )
wife, and others
Vs. ) Partition.
T OTICE is hereby gi'eni, that by vir
itore of an order from Chancellor
Johnest-ln, I shall o'lL-r for sale to the high
.t hidder. at Elgltield Court [louse, on
he first .\ltindav in Novenmher next. the
real eiate of Efizabetl llohnes, deensed.
:istttinge of a tract of land situnte in
Edigelield District. on Stevens' C.-eek, a
brnneih of Savanuniah Itiver, conetaimlin
%e en hodred andl thirteen and a halfi
acres., (71.1) tmiore or less. and acldjoitning
lattds of lthe sai Erasmus McDaniel,
Clarles l'urkmatt. Frederick McL)aniel.
Thma;s I lowle. Delila Cartledge and the
d,.tate of Clharles Blalock. onl a credit of
one atnd1 two years, exceptso much as may
ee necessary, to pay the costs, which must
be paid in cash: !he purchaser to give bond
.mid personal security, and a mort;age of
the prenhtne-. J. TER RY. c. >:- *:. n.
Comm'r'. omrc-, $5 81 d :16
.::erit d. Ort. ;5. 1S-11
S-tate of, *'olitil CRl-olia.
Y WA.VERi TO>WLES, Egniire, ordi
B namrv of Edg-ichrl Di-trict.
\therra'<, John ira,. jnn. nod W61iiiam I1
W1iham.-. hath applied to me for Letters of Ad
n iistration. on cel -i.l -it'.ilar the goods and
-at. ri:ht ned crits f,I Job Thornton,
.:e of the Divtrict afere aid. deceased.
T hieeare, ther-iefe-, tee i te and ucimonish all
med sineular. the 1, itired tndl creditors of the
sail deneae-d, o be and appear b-fefore, te, at
or next Orinarv- co(urt for the caid District.
to be hold-n it idgetiel Court II iot'e on the
14.h dae o'f Oc-tolt-r. 1-41. to %i entac.ifuniv.
%'hlv tie esAid Adinacistration sheould not he
(;Ieiie er my niid and eatheis 4th da'
,f ([toh[-r wce.. tim-:end ei:ht heudlred and
frt .e'y-. and ice tile exyv-itih ear ot Ameri
a1411 Indepenide ice.
). TOWi.S, o. E. D.
:!'atv Smft 80a111 01i'011.
.s;el cciier & wife, Applicant
Thfmai Carpeter &otilers Def'ts.
T Apparin it my satisfaction that
e in citsocf this State. It is th-efefore or
ec' It that thieyV dec apea;~er andee cbject tee
te .hdin oriee l salie of :hie re1l E-tate of
teh, c ( Carpcenter, dlecea-sed, ont or behimte
he' t'.irdf day l', SJanuary~t ne-xT.or their cutn
Lult ce the- iamei hce etere-d of( re-cordi.
0. TOW LES, o. E. D
O. 5. 184l a b36t
tt uto Solith Cal-olina.
A icdy Reyncolds aund wife, Applicanta, es.
I i.z'knah Ed.' wards & wee. & ote.n De As.
T1 apeetarineg to myc satieefactione. thcat N--wel
Tullceis and w.ifij'Elizabethe, Thomeai Gaer
c1e-at dei wife Nane'y, and Birint .3leek aned w.ife,
iaerc. Defendan.etc in the alcove case, reIe~
vthouect the hlitita of thi Staete,. it is ordered.
hcct the-v do aeppear and obeject to) the iisieon
r eah- c~,fte real estate of liebecca Rtatey, de
.-e...ed, ccc orm befoere ee sixth day eef D~ecemer
w st oer thceir con.e~-eet toeli etheiae will be entter
cc eof record. iiiv~en tender my haned, at mey
eciiee, thi.. 7th dayv of Sepetendwcr. l18-11.
OIiVh:U ToWLVES, cc. C. Cc.
Br1;ought to theL Jail
O c F his he-inct. ac ne::roe hoy. Icy t hce
Onae of llO)1TO N, ablout 5 feet 54
n4hec% hitlb. bcri;:ht C2omeeexiont, be'tw.'eent
7 d :20years ofage, he has~ a scar ov.e-r
Iii' rithit eve aned a tinee set of teceth,. lie
y-, lehe ettn~s to Gene. G. McDuiT'e, of
Th'e iweser i-c regncestedi tie cese forward,
pri ve pcroperty. pay charges aned take Shime
C. II. c-OODMAN, j. E. D.
Oct. 5. I$Il if 3
-Brou;:ht to the Jail
() this Dististt ta tne-gre boey, by the natme of
BI LIL. abouct 5 feet. 314 ineches high. very
drk corceticexiont. aned betwe-en :15 and 40 yearra
f.c.;elfot bitt and lhne a scnr ien heis left
che-k. antd once jnict ovecr ie lefetenipple. lie
says that Ihe beelonegs tic Mr. .J. Beck. of Elbe rt!
on et.- Geoirgiae.
Then oweer is renzuestedl to come forward,
prv pe opert y. pay char::e, and takce him awa.-y.
C 11. GOODMIA N. -1. L. re
List of Letters.
R E31AINING in the Post Office at Edge.
field Court House, S. C., on th 1st o,
Allen, John C. Kennerly, Sarlah S.
Attaway, Mr.PelucaKennerly Rev. 31r.
Allen, Major Landrum, R. 2
Bell, Pleasant Landrum, Air. F.
Briggs, John Lundy, Wm. S. or
Black, Adam Thomas.
Boutwrigh. 1urril McConnel, Thos. P.
Blay luck, 3r. Alorris Joseph
Bird, Eldred al. AlcCullough. R. 31.
Budelord, Geo. A. 2McCain, ih. A. Al.
Buck balter, Elan Mimlis, miss H. 2
Boyd, John AIays, John P.
Bradlev, Juhn Nobles, Joseph B.
Bus3h, John .Nobles. Nibs Nancy
Carter, John Oliver, James 1.
Corley, James R. Perry & Nickolson,
Crabtree, F.'W. 3lessrs.
Cluiry, Wiley 2 Pope, George
Cooper, Campbell Phillips, Mrs. D.
Curley, Mliss Mary Ramsay, Andrew
Colenman, Aun Randolph, 3litsAlary
Curley, John Rhodes. Culleu
Crusier, William A.Rthandol, John
Clerk of the.Court Randl, Alfred
Chappell, Samuel itochelle Julo Esq.
Ijevore, Miss 31. E.Rochelle, Capt. John
Dowd. Charles A. Shepherd. I. Esqr.
Fair, Mr. John Spencer, bliss C.
Fair, Juo. 11. Smith, John
F.itz, Jarte -Moris Steven,, Benjamin
Griffin, Larkint Sillon,. J. Wnri
Ganllway. William Shaw. Alica Ann
Garviety, 31. Satcltr. A. W. Esq.
(ecirety, 31. L. Swarinagen, Joel
Garden. Samil. E. Turler. 'Tiuo
Grnmyham, Je,,e Tm't pkins. Augustus
lill, John 2 To'mpkins. Janes D.
Hall, .31artty tr Jas. Tompitnili,1. J.
Johnson, \\illiamn Titmmerinond, R.
nor, Mi.,s S. C. Walker, Williami
Johut.n-on, Geur;e or\Vhitlock, Janes
his .t- William. Jesse
Kirlksey. Joh n Younthlojod. Mrs.
ET lersonm enquiring fur advertised letters
ill ple.se lteltionl it.
31. FlRAZ.\ E R, P. 31.
Oct. 1, 18-11 (90 1) c 'A
(FORM1E R.Y KNOW N is GLOIER'S.)
IN EDGEFIELD VILLAGE.
iIE SlSCICRIIlUll h-siing purchased
.Utheaboverestasblhment, and beens.t much
rxpense in fittine it ul Ir the acconnoudation
uf Familie4s, and trnient Bloarders; would
now call public attetlntion to it.
111i 1H ltel is new, and spacions. situate near
the Coort li.nse, in a very amry situatio. and
his Talh! he ilaters himself, will hrear
isotn. with :y one found in anl iilsand town. Fr
Ienlth, the %illiae i, notorions: und he has
made sneha .rrangemne- as hie fee044 ls contnt
vil ;i e- satist:ctionl to Faailies that mllay tNIa
hl in a vi.it during the Smntsmer season. ih
illage i4 murrounaded lby nunerons Spring, of
Ii : S:ldab.ure. nuder the superiniendance of
a carefl llotler. and me lade a airy.
T"114 ARt A ro.i.ows:
flceavilar li.ardernper mo ni. $1, 0()
Chitirn nld .cr% ant, halfprece.
Day liardler's. 1 -A)
lIor-ue per mnth, "( -),
C. 11 GOOD.lAN.
-yThe \ni::wn (hronicle, am Chairletton
Couriler . will jph4-ase give lte ablove %ix inw4"j
in.. twice a wee k, and 1orward their asecoitnis
C. II. G.
Jed ical Cotle o Georgia.
T 11 E couse of Lec'tsres wvill..,s.. comnc on
theu ,ecotnd .Munduay o 'th,) of .'\ii emnber
next., m.d te,-mineate .n the first iaaturdayv of
#;. .11. .Vorton.. . Poesro aov
1..:.1. Durpas. .1. 1)., P'roii,or uflPhysiolujy
sudr P'aitholoial A nautom.a.
.llejauaer Means. 31. Di., Prosfessorof Chaem
stry andI Pharmacy.
I. P'. tiarrin. Mi. D,., rroresor of Thecraspeu
tis and .\lateria .\ediaca.
Paul F. Err, M. D) . Profe'sor of the prm
ciples andi P'ractice of Sorcery.
L.. b. lord. Mf I . Pt..ti-...or of the lnsti
tut,. and P'ractice oft 'teeicin.
.Jo.-eph A. Erne. .M. D., P'rofess'orofObsttries
rand Diise~ase, et' Wotanen and ltnfants.
.cdain Mie.ester. .1. 1)., of Aniatomay.
Fee~ ton the Isul course, inacluading'
Pnrsetical Anartotmy. $120 0(
3nricn.tion, (fin-I courac only,) 5 014
r lurthser ptarticular.s, address either of thea
Professors, or F V.fe.
Augusta. Angss-t 19. 141. ih :l
PIIC NOTICE is hereby given, thta
kan appicationt. b'y peiin will be tmade
to the Legislature of tinsa Staste, at its session iti
Decetmbler next. for an Act declaring Shawa
Creek. from a plaint enlled G niliadges ford,dowt
to its constinence in Sonthl Edisto, . putblic high
way, fior the hoastitng anad raftmtg of Timaber and
I.miuwr-and for the appointsing of Commni.
uiotrs to open., and keep open, the said creek,
and the inspection ofslope.. thursogh 31 ill Dams
tand oither obstruactions ont said Creek, witha
view to its being a channel or thsorong~hfare Ic
transport Luwnber from tts borders to the sea,
board. JA3IES PURVIS.
Jnly~ 8 f 23
P EIRSONS having demands against the os
tate of Elijah Wastson, senr., deceased
are rent(letted to present them to ihe sanbacrihes
in dlue form, and those indebted to thme said en
tate, are hereby requiired to make immediate
Stater l South Carolina.
H. R. Tows& wife, es. uBa for Sale, Par.
William Tennent, and giugo, Aeceat,
Y vartneif the decretal order, made in the
aboye ase, at August Special Term,
1641, will be at Abbeville Court House,
on the first in November next, the tract
of Land d.! in the Bill, belonging to the
estate of WjiDma Calhoun, dee'd., late of said
district conttag betweea seventeen and nine
teen hud (01)() acres, lying on Savannah
River, near Willngton, and 'bounded by the
said river, and by the lands of George McDuf
fie, William nentand others.
The said t of Land will be sold in one
body, for as to the sum of one thousand
dIM, and a credit of one and three vears
for the remalt of the purchase money.'Pur
chaser to gi v od with good security and a
mortgage o premases.
Cost to bepd in cash.
B i Y. 3MARTIN, c. Z. A. D.
17th Septr. 4. d 34
97 The Ceruliuiaa will give the above
three inserti , immediatel) previous to the
1st of Novr., aid send the account to the Com.
missioner's O5e, Abbeville C. H.
State ofSouth Carolina.
ABBE LLE DISTRICT.
E. Pickens No v
John Cunning ~ and Bilfor Parnrien.
wife, and ods
B y virtue a decretal order made in the
above , Auust Special Term, 1841,
-vill he sold at v: Court Honse, on the
first Sonday of2lovember next. the following
lands belonging to the estate of Patrick Noble.
1. A tract oL d lying on the Savannah
River. known a the FMrt Carlotte tract, con
taining nine hunbesd anffifty (95o) acres, more
or less, and bouled by lands of Samuel R.
Slorrah and othem.
2. A tract ofLadadjoining the above.known
as the Robert's tbct. camtaining two hundred
and forty acres (SM) more or less.
3. A valnable ouse and Lot in the village
of Abbeviile, f g Main-street, and bound
ed IS the lot of Donecy anil others.
Te said real will bsold on a credit of
one, two or th , purchaser giving bond
and surety, and of the premises.
DE V. ARTIN,C.Z.AD.
16id -d .34.
three insertone, unmeda ely previous to the
1st Novr.. and seAd the account to the Coml
inissionrr's Ofice at Abbeville C. If.
State of South Carolina.
IN THE CO31MON PLEAS.
J N. Turley, Foreign At"ament,
William I. Fowler.
T H E plaintiffin the above case, having this
day filed his declaration in my office. and
the defendant having neither wife or attorney.
known to be in this State, on whom a copy can
e se rved: On motnion-Ordered. that the de
fendant do plead. within a year and a day fr om
this (late, or final and absolute judgment %ill
be awarded against hin.
ORAS31US D. ALLEN, c. c. r.
offire of Common Pleas, -qe
Barnwell District, S.eptr. 24. 1841. :15
State of South Carolina.
Mlason L. .tosley anrd I
wite, and atiters. vs. Bil for .oartion end
Win. Fortnoe, Ann A uitt.
Iortune, and Jesse
ON reading the affidavit filed in this cause.
on motion of Patterson. it i6 ordered that
the dlefendant Jesse MicCreary. who resides
without the limits ofthe State dot answer, plend,
or diemr to the within Bill, within three monathis.
r judgment will be taken against his pro con
A. P. A LDRICil, c. E:. 5. D.
September 23, 184l. so 34
State of South Carolina.
BARN WELL DISTRICT.
J ames Di. King, )Billfor acct. &r in
Benj. R. Jenkins,& Others. 25r Fa.1841
1kN readan the affidavit filed in this case it
is ordere, that the defendants Benjamin
Rt Jenakitns, and the legal representative of Paul
Fit-,simmons, who reside without the limits of
this State do answer, plead or demuir, to the
above stated bill within three months, or judge
wnent will he taken against them pro ceufesse.
A. P. A LD RICH. c. & 5.g. a.t).
Comsasioners Offce, Baruweuil
District. Auogust 16, 1841. 5
August 19 ac 29
Brought to the Jail
O F this District, a negro man by the
name of OSTIN, or ROSBURN,
ahnnt 6 feet~l inch high, dark complexion,
bietweeni 22 and 2~3 years of age. He says
be belongs tO air. Hall. of Norfolk, Va,
who sent bien some abort time since, to
atr. Pickard, at Savannah to sell.
The owner is requested to come forward.
Iprove property, pay charges and take him
wa. C . H. GOODMAN, s. E. D.
Octob 18 1 8 ' f 36
IS H ERtEBY GIVEN, that apcainwill
ho made at the next session ofthe L.egisla.
turn, to abolish so much of the old Charleston
Road. as a public highway, leading from the
forks of the said road and Islandford road, to
Augustl t5if 32
IS HREBYGIVEN, that application will
bemdat the next session of the Legis
latore, for an amendment of the Charter incor
porating thes Town of Ed d
Mry 10, 1841 6 m. 15
Steves and Stills.
T HE SUBSCRBER conunuesto occupy
his old Stand, No. 168 Broad Street, Au
gusta, opposite the Eagle and Phenix Hotel.
where be has on hand and of'ers for sale, very
low for cash, a large assortment of STOVES,
consisting in part of Premium Cook Stovro,
People's do., for Wood or Coal, Clios Stoves
for Churches, Factories and School-hnuses,
with all necessary pipe, ready made, to des
He has als in Store, STILLS, holding from
Fifly to One Hundred Gallons; and continues
to Manufacture them of various sizes and pat
terns. Also, Sheet Copper, suitable for Valeves,
Gutters, Heads, Pipes, &c., Tin Plate Wire,
Block Tin and Spelter Solder, with an exten.
bire Stock of Tin Ware, Plain and Japaned, at
wholesale and retail.
B. F. CHEW. 1!
P. S. Georgia Rail Road money received at 'J
par, for anything in his line, and five per cent
allowed on all sums over one hundred dollars;
also, old Copper and Brass received at a fair
price. B. F. C.
Augusta. Ga., April 1841. tf 13
JOHN 0. B. FORD,
H AS Just received from New York, a full i
stock of fasiionable
Spring and Summer Goods,
Containing. beoide his usual supply of Staple. I
Domestic Goods, a handsome assortment of 1
fine Lawns, Muslins. and Lace Goods; Super I
London Light Prints, fashions of 1841; Prin- t
ted Swiss Muslins, and Printed Lawns; Dam- -
ask Satin, Embroidered Lace, and Filet Shawls; e
and of all kinds of Fancv Goods, his assortment A
is more than ever varied, and complete. To I
those acquainted with his estimate of " an as-j
sortrent," he deems this sufficient without an
enumeration of articles-fresh supplys being
received by almost every arrival.
Country Merchants supplied at unusually
Hamburg, April 5,184. if 10
$1thi of South (%aNHrid.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
William Chastain, assignee, 1 Dedaration is
vs. Edward Collier, Sr. . Attacmeft.
HEREASthe plaintifl in thenbovestated
case has this day filed his Declaration a
out the limits of this State. (as it is said,) having
neither wife nor attorney, known within the
same, "n whom a copy oi the Declaration. with
a rule to plead thereto might be served: Or
dered. that the Defendapt plead to the said De
elaration. within a year and a day from the date
thereof, otherwise final and absolutejudgment
will be awarded against him.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P.
31ay 15. 1841. a. & r. aqe 17
State of South Carolina.
i. TilE COMMON PLEAS.
Samuel It. Fulh-r. Dedaratiox in Attach
vs. John Bagge, eint.
IIFRitEA $the Plaintiffiin the above stat
W ed ca.e, has this day tiled his declara
tion against the Defendant, who is absent front,
and without the limits ofthi. State. (as it is said.)
having neither wife nor attornev. known with
in the same on whom it copy ofth, Declaration.
with a rule to plead thereto, might be served:
Ordered, that the said Defenidant plead to the
said Declaration. within a year and a day from
the date thereof, otherwise final and absolute
judgnment will be awarded agaitist him.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P.
lay 4, 1841. a &-r. age 17
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEA-S.
Samuel R. Fuller, vs. Declaration lam At
Jones & 3lct Ginty.I Laelnemt.
MTIlElIEAS the baid Plaitiff ini the above
stated case, las thiisday filed his Declar
ation against the said Defendant. wvho is absent
from, and without the imits of'the State, (as itI
is said.) haviing neither wife nor attorney.knowna
within thme same, on whom a copy ol the De
claration, with a rule to plead thereto might be
served : Ordered, that the said Defendant plead
to the said Declaration, within a year amid a
day fromi the date thtereaf. otherwise final and
absolute jndgment will be awarded agaianst him.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P'.
biay 4,h1841. a . &T-. age 17
Notice is hereby given
T1 O A LL CONCE RNED, that I wrill not
..pay over any money, by me collected,
as Sheritf to any order, nor will I pay over
money on sde day.., as that day is set a part to
collect mneay. and not for paying.
Alliletters addressed to the~hcrittofEdgeiield,
post paid, will be strictly attended to, otherwise
they will not. S. CHRISTIE, s. a. o.
August 11, 1841
I S H ER EBY GIVEN, that application will
be made to the next Legislature to lay a|
Tax upon all Nine,Ten or other PIN A L LEYS,|
in the State, in the same ratio as the paresenit
Tax upon Billiard Tables.
September30 .if 35
A LL persons indebted to the estate oft Wil
liam Robertson, lae of Edgefield District,
dee'd., are requested to tmake payment, and all
who have demands against dhe estate are re
quested to render them in to the subseribera
properly attested, within the time prescribed by
JAMfES ROBERTSON. andf E'r
Julyar 15f 24
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
dourning S. Patterson, Dedaalies
Executrix, vs. by dainat ix
A. V. Cox. Attaduemet.
I HE Plaintiff having this day filed his de
r claration in my ofice,and the Defendant
aving no wire or attorney known to be with
t the State upon whom a copy could be served
rith a rule to plead. On motion. ordered
hat the Defendant do plead to the said declar
ltion within a year and a day from this date, or
inal and absolute judgment shall be awarded
J. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. r.
5ept 30, 1841. 1 ar age 36
State of South Carolina.
.4 BBE'ILL DISTRICT.
IN THE C0311ON PLEAS.
John 31ote Vs. Dedration ix AusCA
dlathew Houston. Ment.
W HEREAS the Plaintiffin the above stat
ed case, has this d.ay filed his Declera.
ion against the Defendaut, who is absent from,
and without the lmnits orthis State. (as it iossid.)
laving neither wife nor attorney. known with.
n the same, on whol a copy of the Declara
ion. with a rule 1o plead thereto might be serv.
d: Ordered. that the Defendant plead to din
aid Declaration, %ithin . year and a day from
he date thereof. otherwie final and absolute
udgiament will he sawarded against him.
JNO. F LIVINGSTON, C. C P,
bilav 15. 1641. B. & T. aqe 17
State of' South Carolina.
IN THE CO313ON PLEAS.
Green B. Crawford. t Derlaration in .1.
is. Wade Shuttleswurth. tacAment.
W H EREAS the Plaintiff in the above stat
ed case. has this day filed his Declama
ion against the Defendant, :vbo is absent frons,
and without the limits of this State, (as it ia
aid.) having neither wife nor attorney, known
withan the sane. on whom a cojy of the Declar
nion, with a rule to plead thereto might be serv
Ai: Ordered, that the Defendant plead to the
aid Declaration, within a year and a day. (ros
hee date thereof. otherwmiae final and absolute
udgnent will be awarded against him.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P
May 15. 1841. a. & -. age 17
Valuable Ldstd fOr Sale.
HE Subscriber ofers for aslebish4
t, containiag four hundred anl
hirty-three acres; about two hundredl ofwhich
a nder good fenc'es. and in a high state of cul.
ivation. On the piremiws are a good dwelling
touse, kithen, barns. Ptahla.. anil all neceoarv
mit buildings. Also n excellent Horse Alili.
:apabe of grinding 30 bilhcl- per day. Any
er om desirous of purchaaing. are requested ai
:all and examnine fur themselves. Terms made
Also. to sell, rent. or lense. one Honse and
[lt. inl the %illage of I-Alefield, adjoining Mr.
111t. Mines, containin: 41 acres.
.uy TIS. H. HARMEY.
Jily . ____i 23
F ROM the subscriber. living near Psey's
lridge. oni Fdipto River, Fsgeflield Dis.
rict. about the 25th ult.; one Chestnut Sorrel
NARIIE. in low uider. JO or II years old. white
.treak in )he face. some white ishout both hind
eet. Also. a Yelhv Sorrel COLT, ' years old,
star in the face; right foare ance enlarged from
t sprain. with some e.;rs on the same ankle.
It a supposed 1114y will ;o towards Aibbeville.
is they were raised there. Ainy infirinationa con
:eruing them will be thankfilly sreiveid.
8epsteamer 23 c 14
AMUEL L. filLL, hving about trn and a
half miles -sith olAbleville Coun hlouse.
Llls liefoare me two eatray mare .11U LES: one
of a dark Irown colr, fourteen landL igh,
ahboumt sev en .%ears icld, no brands or umark er
ceivabmle. The other of a sorrel color, wit a
blaze onm the forehecad. fourteen and a half bands
hih. about sevenayeusuhl. no brands or marks
perceiable. Thie brown. 3hnie is shwd all rouand,
the sorrel 3Mnle shod before. Each .appraisedl
at Sixmv dollars. Thei Mules cana be seen at
Samuelic L. Ilills.
TAIOS. TilOMSON, Magistrate.
September 20 m4t 35
State of5 South Carolina.
R ICiIAIII) ELLE.S. living eiglat miles
soumth of Iliri's F-erry, tolled befojre me
one esmall bay II01I8 E. I4laands and one inch
high, lhoth haiisl feet .mnd on~e fsare foot white; a
small stamr in his fosrehaead, haip shiottenm in his left
hip., judged to be abouit elcven years old. Ap-.
praised at $30h. A ppraised by John Chapnasm,
Sen , Giles Pits. Lewis Sample.
JAMES AVNA1LD, Magistrate.
Se'ptemaber :30 4tm 35
I S hereby given that application will be
made at the sitting of the next Legislature,
for an Act incorporating the Mft. Vernon Church
.ay 13, 1416m 15
I S lhElEBY GIV EN, that application wil
be made at tihe next session of the Legisla.
tiare, to open a public road, leading from DrI
It. C. Grillins. na the lslandford road, to Mill
Creek on the old Charleston road.
Augusttl5 f 32
I TAKE this method of reqnesting all per
sons indebted to me sin notes amnd open ac
counts for the year 1840, and previous, ta make
payment as- early as possible. I owe mosey
that as now due, and consequently ut collect.
I amn not able to extend a longer induilgauce
than I have done. I earnestly request thorn of
my customers having open accouts, to cdes
forward and liquidate them. Those that hae
been indulged for one and two years and law
gerwill heae to pay costifthy prefeir.uI
thor than paying the principle and interrar
E. B. PRESLEY.