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Sdiiidesd4Le ILe B. A. Wal.
aS L t e npake yment,and
je sndq them properly anested to I
my ary. witk whom e
and aecants ds the s
ELLE T. WALLACE
$a -0 Hamh i, on
Centrestreet opposite Mesrs. Hon
ard,&Garmaoy' a BOOT and SHOE j
'6e 'eiie' will keep on hand fine
8 8 E &'ZOOTS, warranted work;
tkv seaan assortment of Coarse Shoes a
iijaactored at his Tanyard near Mr.
-Vivg . on the old Stage Road, between
Id Court Hous and Hamburg. *
Carries on the Saddlery and Harness il
bes inallitsbanebes, and will'sell t,
W =a, Good raw Rides will be ta- ,
baaistrade or for eash, as will suit the 6
AN-bsiness in his line, attended to with a
dessteb. M. L. GEARTY. *
if brg, Oct. 4,1841 if 36
SIULEY & CRAPON d
.RAVING taken the- Fire-Proof-lrick d
lSorm near their old stand; now of. y
fer sale, a new assortment of Goods,
assepg which are:
3BHd. St. Croix. Porto Rico and
0 hds. Prime W. I. Molasses.
Bags Prime Rio and Java Coffee
s0 lbs. Double- refined Loaf and i
Bosmsand21b.Caddies,G.P. and ,
l2 p Tea 2
b Hde. Prime Baltimore sides n
S do Choice do Hams a
4400 lbsi Iron (assorted) i
do Cast, German and Blistered I
7: Eep Cut Nails (on the way)
-700 lb. do. do. (damaged) ,i
500 - Bar Lead (N. Y. Union Mills,
1000 " No 1 White Lead, in 251b and
50 Boses 8 by 10, 10 by12, Window E
30 do. W. Hall & Sons Tallow
. do Sperm Candles
-. Bble. Prime Country Flour
10 Piess &sckiag
50 P. S. Prime Bagging 43, 44 to 46
50 do 43 Ineb. Tow Baging
75 Coils Kentucky and Manilia Rope a
300 lbs. Twine -
fak in bulk and io Sack
.10 Bales, ntalog'Negro Cloths,
Neg 1lake Homespun. e
85 Csd Sboes.coosisting of Kip a
Brogans,: Womens boetees, 9
XegiWIShoes, &c. &c. Prime 0
,00 lbs.Sho Thread
20 Boses No.6, 8 and 10, Cotton and ,
@ppe,,r/pije, Ginger, Indiso,Mustard. fc
Uhait-Sadfroni, Collins Aes, Sim- ai
de.AWilsons- Cofie 3kuWs. Wool
mst@0ki Cips,' and a good assort
imntof Wooden Ware on the way con
'tagand Cane'seat Chairs: Rocking y
ausuets do., Children, do., High seat
andi ty. Chairs. A good assortment of V
Tabs and Pails, Keelers, Churns, Dippers, F
HesIakets, icc. &c. (r
WhiteWine Vinegr, Ciderelo,on hand.
Hauburg,8.C. pr.301841 h 36 ~
Facturag & Comsim.e
A ll have dielntaa n goods, I heg
leave to retar. yrtf acknowledge-.
umuwsteoy friendsa the public generl.R
frheir liberal patronage whbl, thus engagell. - l
,J ogwefr mservices' to the ,ublic as an
hgntoreemve and forward all k'nds ofmner- 01
c a nssd produce. And, aa I will not be ~
Sin any other business, I will pay strict :"
toteinterest of all those consigning
their, roduce or merebandize to me.,and while at
in hebesteare will be taken, and for. "'
wihdaspaseb, or orders promptly -
ea perience and obserwauion, I have
othugh'bt that a faithful agent could render et
eensiderableserviee so the planters. in selling
thsireetamandfiour, and buying their groce.
ieai. And~aalhabve been engae in this marz.
bet,(r tbaelatten years,an acquamed with
the general rtine of buines. I thrfore o8e:
'y eavcto my-frnida and the planters fen.
bra'ty will faithfully devom my undivided
aatt e the interest of all those who may C
elait to my charge, the selling of their pro.
dasand buying such articles as they may .'r
haAleses,.gmanin-issu s woeumte. 1
H. L. JEFFERS. J
Bet.93, 1841 tf35 D)
P..Iamn not interested in any Warehouse
ialbe plaeq; therefore all Cotton sent to my
card,'wil he stored as directedl, and if nodirec
tieezm, atjudgenent will be need for rho
plasir nteres et, H. L. J. at
'lhe Greaville Mosn"*-eer. Edfgefield Ad
vestimer, hEsdletos Ne. ages and Highland
Sentinel and Highland (N. C.) Measenger will al
sirtthe aboye, two mnonthe.and forward bills.
- Hausonao. Sepseaber 20. t841
F WE Subscriber begs eave to inform his
..llessand the public, that becontinues 1
WIUSE and COMMISSION BU-. j
SINEh, at his former stand, known as the
Wate' roof Warehouse. c
Oesebied as it is from other buildings, its lo-[
enliassaersi assecure from fire, as
havb been elevated ahove the hig water mark t,
djesbet of N lrs ; andeh of a
ervlloaof he bildng.will store from
s ss ce eeth4~te possiilityofhlssjahd
He vishuaCnftepraat occasion to
frtena e s aadparos. for
le fam hem th pulicgeneral..
ina turn for thaiw patronagi be will
' teire mited th isebharl1
a~Min no ease puehase abele of Cot.e
f.mili anaue and- dhipigo
c s~ahsemsiving end forwurding ef Goods I
iolwbusiness asmally tranmseed by a I
~ NerbsaLG. WA2ER.
etanmbse2 S 35
A-IL persons indebted to the estate of San
M Durab, late of Edtedeld District, dW'
to make payment. and all *I
a Vsinea estate are requesti
i teader thsem in to the subscribers proper
oastad. within the time piesribed by law.
. F. BURNS,
ED. PRESLEY. IdA'rs.
siate or South Carolina.
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. .
BY OLIVER TOWLES, Esquir
Ordinary of Edgefield District.
Whereas, William Bridges and R. '
noreath applied to me for Letiers i
kdministratio, on all and singular it
oods and chattels, rights and credits 4
lamuel Moore, .ate of the District afor
These are. therefore, to cite and admoi
h all and singular, the kindred and cred
>rs of 'he said deceased, to be and appei
efore me, at our next Ordinary's Con
r the said District to be holden at EdXt
eld Court House on the 25th day of Ot
ber, 1841, to show cause, if any, why ti
tid Administration should oi be grantet
Given under my hand and seal this 13t
sy of October, one thousand eight har
red and forty-one, and in the sixty-iAi
ear of Amencan Independence.
0. TOWLES, o. z. j).
October 14 [62 124) b 37
State of South Carolina.
IN TIE COURT OF ORDINARY.
W HEREAS a r purporting to be fi
lam will a testament ofrThomas Re
eids. late of the District and State aforesas
as admit ed to probate in aessaiouform on d
Ni See mber last; and whereas Wiley Rl
sid, Lawon Reynolds. and Joseph WVbittI
ad Sophia Isis wife. who would have been ei
tied to distribution shares in the estate of sai
'homas, if be had died intestate, have given Mi
utice that they require the said will inbe pro
in due ferm f low; and whereas John Rej
aids, one of the distributees of said estate rn
des without the limits of this Stat; and
roper petition having bean prepared for thi
arposme: I hereby give notice to the said Job
eynolds, and toaU others interested in sai
state, that on the 14th ofJanuary next I sh
eat testimony cnncernin5 said will, and pri
ted to determine the validity thereof.
Odiaar of Edgf d District.
Oct. 19, 1841 amc 37
State of South Carolina.
[BY OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire, Ord
Lnay of Edgefleld District.
Whereas, James Rainsford bath applied t
e for Letters of Administration. da benas a
ith the will annexed on all and singular the
ino and chattels, rights and credits of Job,
ainsford, late of the District aforesaid. do
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish al
id singular, the Kindred and creditors of th
id deceased, to be and appear before "me, j
tr next Ordinary's Court for the said Districi
be holden at Edgefleld Court House on th
th day of Otaer, 1841, to show eanse,ifany
by the said Administration should not b
Given undetay hand-and seal this 8th da,
'October one thouand eight hundred ans
ny-one, and in thesixty-Gfh year of Ameri
0. TOWLES, 0. E. D.
OctobMr S 1841.($2 124) b37
Warehouse & Comaission
3H HE subscribers having leased for a term
Eof years, that commodious and elligibI
tarehouse, formerly known as Corinton J
swr's, hag leave to og-er their services, to thei
ends and thme public, in the Storage and sali
From the elligibility of their Warehouse, to
ther with its central po.sition, they flatte
enuselven that they are able to of'er hadune
ents to Planters and othe'rs, uneenaalled b
iy establiuhatent of ihe kmd in the place.
Cotton consig ned ta. them,. by lime river, wil
landed wharfage fare., and nto cennaision
ill he charged for reshipping Cotton, by th
mil Rtoad or River. Planters seed h~e iunder nt
mpr'hentsions nitht roztanl tofresorti.s, ais the ri
the town. lsefore or Warehoumse will he, over
wed; miad all Cotton stored with mis will be
sturedl againstfrskets. gratis, if' ruiired.
Inaniratnccn be ef'ectedun r i 'arehoise
as lnw a rate as any othter in town: and a:
tr stmost endeavnrw shalbe used to give gene
I satisfaction, we hope to werit, and receive
eral share of paltonage.
Liberal advances will be made on Cotton ii
Our commissions f'ur selling cotton, will hi
cents per hale.
THOMAS G. KEY.
Hamburg, September st. 1841 i 31
General Drug Stere,
sntre-street, Hamubur, S. C .opposite th
OLD AM ERILAN HOTEL.
MURRAY & m ILL,
E EP constantly on band, at the ahoy
House. a menral assortmtent of
RUGS, MEDJICINES. INSTRUJMENTS
PERFUMERY. PAINTS. OILS, DYE.
STUFFS, HATTER'S MllATE
All of which they nier at the lowest prices
don terms to suit purchasers.
All orders enesutelitA astatrss and c)ei
A supply of warranted fresh Garden eed
ways on hand. sutited to the season.
Himmburig, August 2. mf 27
JOHN 0. B. FORD,
IAS Just received from New York, a f'u
stock or fashionable
Spring and Summer Goods,
ontaining, beside leis usual supply of Staph
oniestic Goods, a handsome assortnmntc
me Lawns, Muslins. amid Lace Goods; Supe
ondom Light Prints, fashions of 1841; Prit
d Swiss Mainlins. and Printed Lawns: Dan
ik Satini, Embroidered Lace, and Filet Shawla
id of all kinds of Fancy Goods, his assrme.
more than ever varied, and complete. T
ese acquainted with his estImate of "an ai
'rtnr~ent," he deems this sufficient without a
mameration of artIcles-fresh supplys hein
iceived by almost every arrival.
Country Mercbants supplied at unusuall
Hamburg, April 5,1841. tf 10
State of' South Carolina.
RICHARD ELLES, living 'iht miki
Shuhof Higg'e's Ferry, tolled fore.a
mm small hey HUtRSEs tis nds and one ine
igh, both hind Alet and one foss foat white;
malistar in his forehsm4 Qhip shoteni in his les
i, judge to be about eleueta yers old. Aj
rasd 3tS0i. Appraisedh John Chapmat
-3M MSN , MegietE.
Seatsia .,.t 5r.
Medical College offgeorgia
h H E cours of Lectures willi.nessmenieso
-, The second Monday (8th) of Novembe
10 next, and terminate on the firat Saturday<
td March following.
ly. G. .XNndI. M.D.. ProfemorofAnatoa:
L. A. Das, . D., PrCesofPhysiolog
and Pathological Anatomy.
laandw Mans, M.D., promsoeorCher
-15s and Phrnc.
. P. Gvn Jf .. Professor of Therapet
tics and Malria Medica.
Pad F. Er, M. D, Profs ofthe prii
e ciples and Pm.rctice of Surgery.
LD. FOd f. D.. Professor of the Ins
. totes and Practice of Medicin&
) J3 A. Ee. M. D., ProfessorofObstetri
a and Diseases of Women and Infants.
G. N. Ne"ton, N. D., Demonstrators
Joks McLester. M. D., of Anatomy.
Fee for the rull course, including
Practical Anatomy. $120 0
' Matricnation, (first course only) s o
- For farther particnlars, addrs either of ti
ir Profemsors, or
PAUL F. EVE, Dean.
Augusta, August 19, 1841. h 31
Valuable Land for Sale.
WHE Subscriber offers rot nshis valuabi
* JIL p~btation whereon Ito now resides, siti
b ated in Edgeleld district, about one mile c
- *' Street, containing four hundred an
b ' ree acres; about two hundredorwhk
is under good fences. and In a high state ofen
tivation. On the premisesare good dwellic
bouse, kitehen, barni, stables, and all necessa
- out buildings. Also an excellent Horse Mil
capable of grinding 30 bushels per day. An
peon desirous of purchasing, are requested I
call da'm a forthem Terms mac
' bo, to sell, rent, or lease, one House ani
*Lot, in the vllage or Edgeleld, adjoining M
' Mat. Mims, containin45 acres.
a ITNOS. B. HARVEY.
- July 8. tf 23
d ROI the subieriber. living near Posey
e Bridge, on Edisto River, Edgefield Di
trictabout the 25th alt.; one Chestnut Sorr
MARE. in low older. 16 or 11 years old. whit
* streak in Ae flees, some white about both bin
Sfeet. Also, a Yellow Sorrel COLT,2years okd
star in the face; right fore ancle enlarged frot
" a sprain, with some sars on the anme ankle
SIt is supposed they will go towards Abbeville
as they were raised there. Any informadon coo
cerningtheta wil be thankfnilly received.
September 23 c 34
SAMUEL L. HILL, living about two and
half niles southofAhbevlle Court House
tolls before me two estray marn MULES: on
ora dark brown color, fourteen hands higi
sbnt seven years old, no brands or mark pei
D ceivable. The other ofr sorrel color, with
* blae on the forehead, fourteen and alhalf hand
a high, about sevenyearsold. no brmndsor mark
3 perceivable. The brown Muales shd allround
the sorrel Male shod befog. Each appraise
at Sixty dollars. The Mules can be seen a
SSainuel L Hills.
t THOS. THOMSON, Magistrate.
I September20 m4t 35
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Green B. Crawford. Deelraeion in Ai.
vs. Wade Sbuttlesworth. t=ahmel.
W H ER EAS the Plaintiffin the above sta
. ed case. has this day lied sis Deotar
tion against the Defendanw tr ntfrp
and without the limits'of *1 I (as it i
said.) having neitheewife , knowi
within the same. on whom a ofth Declar
ation, with a rule to plead = -t be er
ed: Ordered, that the Defendant iled to th
aid Declaration, within a vear and a day. frot
the date thereof, otherwiime final and absolut
judgment will be awarded aginst him.
rJNO. F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P
May 15. 1841. . & t. age 17
Ntate of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
John Mloote rs. Declarstiea is Attack.
.'lathew Houston. 5 meat.
'H IER EAS th Plaintilin the above stal
VTed ease, has tis day filed his Declara
tion ngainst the Defendant, who is absent frote
, nd without the limits ofthiaState. (as it issaid,
having neither wile nor attorney. knouwt witt
in the same, ou whmom a copy of the Dieelan
tioni with a rule to plead thereto might ho sen
ed: Ordered, that the Defendatnt plead to thm
'said Declaration, within a vesr and a day fror
. th date thereof. otherwise final and absolut
judgment wilt be awarded against hint.
JNO. F LIVINGSToN, C. C P.
May 15, l841. 5 s.& i. age 17
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Mourning 8. Patterson, DecLaration
Executrix, vs. > Ielai mast in
A. V. Cox. Attachmeut.
TH E Plaintiff'having thsday tiled his de
claratin in my ofilce,and the Defendet
having no wife or attorney known to he witi
in the State upon whom a copy could be servo
~with a rule to ptead. On motion. ordere
that the Defendant do plead to the said decli
ation within a year and a day from this date, c
final and absolute judgment shall ho awarde
J1. F. LIVINiGSTON, c. e. r.
Sept 3. 1841.5 s a age 36i
e State of South Carolina.
ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
William Chastain. age,' Dedarstion in
vs. Edward Collir~,r :Attarcameat.
Ht ERuEiAathei plai intheabovestate
gaint theDefendanwossbsent frouandwii
out the limits of this State, (as itis said,) havin
'neither wife nor attorney, known wthin ti
fsame, on whom acopy of'the Deelaration, wit
r a rule to pld thereto ' tibe served: 0
-dered, that the Defendaeijlpato the said Di
claration, within a year and a day from the dat
'; thereof, otherwise final and absoilnte judgmem
t will be awarded nst him.
0 . JNO. F. INSTON, C. C. P.
Cleks 0 a
May 15. 181.5 a. &rT. aqe 17
U)UBLIC NOTICE is hereby ifven, ti
.7an application. by petition, watt be mad
to the Legilture of this State, at its session i
Decemsber next, for an Act declaring Shan
Creek, froma pintealled Gullidges ford~dow
to its confluence in South Edisto,a public hlgl
s way. for the beatin and rafttmgofTimber an
a Lumber-end for teappointing of Commia
b sinners sei open, and keep open, the said creel
a and th.ieion ofrdopesthrug Mill Dan
I and other osrnetions on said rek, with
view to its being a channel or thoroughfare
trasoaLumber freon its borders to the set
boa -JAMES PURVIS.
JntiS Rtf 2
List ot Letters.
it REMAINING in the Post Office at Edge.
,r feld Court Houe, 8. C., on the Ist of
if October 1841.
Allen,John C. Kennerly, Sarah S.
- Anaway, Mr. PelueaKenuerly Rev. Mr.
Y Allen, Major Landrum, R. 2
Bell, Pleasant Landrum, Mr. F.
Briggs, John Lundy, Wm. S. ot
. Black, Adam Thomas.
Boatwrigh. Burril 3MeConuel, Thos. P.
a. BuekhalterMiartinE.hloseley, Jonathan
Blaylock, Mrs. Morris Joseph
Bird, Eldred M1. McCullough. R. 31.
Bodeford, Geo. A. 2McCain, Dr. A. 51.
2 Buckhalter, Elam Mims, Miss H. 2
Boyd, John lays, John P.
Bradlev, John Nobles, Joseph B.
Bush, lohn Nobles, Miss Nancy
0 Carter, John Oliver, James L.
0 Corley, James R. Perry & Nickolsou,
0 Cralitree, F. W. Alessrs.
Clairy, Wiley 2 Pope, George
Cooper, Campbell Phillips, MIrs. D.
Corley, Miss hary Ramsay, Andrew
Coleman, Ann Randolph. AlissMary
e Corley, John Rhodes. Cullen
- Crosier, William A.Rhandol. John
if Clerk of the Court Randol, Alfred
d Chappell, Samuel Rochelle John Esq..
h Devore, Mliss AI. E.Rochelle, Capt. John
1 Dowd, Charles A. Shepherd, J. Esqr.
g Fair, Mr. John Spencer, Miss C.
Fair, Jou. H. Smith, John
y Fitz, Jane Moris Stevens, Benjamin
o Grin, Larkin Simmons. J. Ward
e Gallaway, William Shaw. bliss Ann
Garviety, Al. Stitcher, A. W. Esq.
Geeirety, AI. L Swaringen, Joel
Garden, Sami. E. Turler. Thomas
Grnyham, Jesse Tompkins, Augustus
Hill, John 2 Tompkins. James D.
Hall, Marity or Jas. Tompkins, J.
Johnson,.William Timmermond, R.
a loor, Miss S. C. Walker, William
Johnson, George orWhitlock, James
bis sons Williams Jesse
Kirksey, John Youngblood. Mrs.
0" Persons enquiring for advertised leu era
wil please mention it.
M. FRAZIER, P. 31.
Oct. I, 1841 (90l) c 36
(FORMERLY KNOWN AS GLOVER'S.)
IN EDGEFIELD VILLAGE.
HE SUBSCRIBER having purchased
T the aboveestablishment, and been Lt Much
expense in fitting it up for the accommodation
of Families, and transient Boarders; would
t now call public attention to it.
His Hotel is new, and spacious, situate near
the Court House, in a very airy uituation, and
his Table he flatters himsell, will bear acompar
ison. with any onoe found in an inland town. For
health, the villiage is notorious: and he has
made such arrangements as he feels confident
will give satisfaction to Families that may pay
him a visit during the Summer season. The
village is surrounded by numerous Springs of
His Stablesare under the superintendance of
a careful Hostler, and ama large and airy.
TiREa ARE AS FOLLOWs:
Regular Boarders, per month, $15 00
Children and servants halfprice.
Day Boarders. 1 50
Iforse per month, 12 50
" per day, 75
C. H GOODMIAN.
0r7 The Augusta Chronicle, and Charleston
Courier, will please give the abiove six inset
tions, twice a week, and (orward their accounts
to C. 1l. G.
June 25. tf 21
State of South Carolina.
IN E QUIT Y.
E. Pickens Noble, vs)
John Ctunningham and >Bilfor Partition.
wife, and others.
YY virtue of a decretal order made in the
aoecase. August Special Term. 184l.
-ilesodat Abbeval~e Court lionse. otn the
first Monday of Nove~mber next. the,. (allowing
lands belonging to the estate of Patrick Noble.
Rie.Atrc of Land lying on the Savannah
Rieknown as the Fort Charlous tract, con
taining nine hundrad and fifty (950) acres.mnore
or less, and bounded by lands of Sammuel Rt.
Miorrah and others.
2. A tract of fLand ad joining the above, known:
as the Robert's tract, containing two hundred
and forty acres (240) more or less.
3. A valuable House and Lot in thme village
of Abbeville, fronting Mlain-street, and boutnd.
ed by the lot of airs. Donecy andI others.
The said real estate will be sold on a credit of
one, two or three year, purchaser giving bond
and surety. andsa mortgago of the prenaises.
tBENJ. Y.SMART1N, c. L. A. 9.
i 16dm Sept. 1841. d 34
IET The South Caroliajan will give the above
three insertions, immediately previous to thme
r hint Novr.. and send the account to the Com-.
missioner's Otlice at Abbeville C. HI.
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Ilamuel R. Fuller, vs. Dedsration in AL
Jones & 3cGinty. ?achmsent.
W H EREAS the said Plaintifl in the abov.
stated case, haas this day filed his Declar
ation against the said Defendant. who. is absent
from, and without the limits of the State, (as i
issaid,) having neither wifegaor attorney~knowa
It within the same, on whom a copy of the De.
E elaration, with a rule to plead thereto might be
e served: Ordered, that the said D)efendant plead
it to the said Declaration, withan a year and a
-day from the date thereof, otherwise final and
- absolute judgment will be awarded against him.
B JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P.
t Clerk's Opee
Mfay 4, 1841.~ . & T. age 17
State of South Carolina.
iN THE COMMON PLE Ai.
Samuel R. Fuller, Dedlaration in Attach.
vs. John Baggs, went.
sJH ERIEA8 the Plaintir'in the above stat.
V ed case, has this day filed his declare
a tion against the Defendant, who is absent from,
.and wtthout the limitsofthis State, (as itis said,)
having neither wife nor attorney, known with.
in the same, on whom a copy ofthe Deelratio,
,with a rute to p lead thereto, might be served:
,Ordered, that the said Defendant plead to the
i said Declaration, within a year and a day fronm
the date thereof, otherwise final and absolute
-judgment will be awarded 'nst-bim.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P.
Ma4,l,4l: s . & -,. aq,. 17
Notice is hereby given
rTO ALf CONCERNED, that I will not
AU-pay over any money, by ime collected.
as Sherif' to any order, nor will I pay ove r
money on sile day-, as that day is set a part to
collect money. and not for paying.
All letters addressed to theShcritfofEdgefield.
pospaid, will be strictly atlended to, otherwise
they will not. S. CHRISTIE, s. r. D.
August 11. 1841
I8 HEREBY GIVEN. that application will
be made to the next Legifa-nre to lay a
Tax upon all Nine,Ten or other PIN A LlEYS.
in time State, in the same ratio as the present
Tax upon Billiard Tables.
September30 tr T.
IS HEREBY GIVEN. tit aplication will
be made at the next session of the Legisla
lure, to abolish so much of the old Charleston
Road, as a public highway. leadingi fom the
forks of the said road and Islandford road, to
Augut515 tf 32
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that application will
be miade, at the next session of tie Legis
lature, for an amendment of the Charter inmcor
porating the Town of Edgefield.
P. F. LABORDE,
May 10. 1841 6 m. 15
State of South Carolina.
H. H. Towns & wife, es. Bil for Sale, Par
William Tenuent, and tilon, Acecoxxt,
George 1lcDuffie. . ,c.
Y virtue of the decretal order, made in the
]a above case, at August Special Tern,
Id41, will he sold at Abbeville Court House.
on the Gist Monday in November next. the tract
of Land described in the Bill. belongin;: to the
estate of William Calhoun, dec'd., late of said
district. containing between sevetiteen and nine
teen hundred (1900) acres, lying on Savannah
River, near Willington. and bouidel by the
said river, and by the lands of(George McDuf.
fe. Willian Tennent and others.
The said tract of Land will be sold in one
body, for cash, as to the sum of one ihousand
dollarx, and on a credit of one and three vears
for the remainder of the purchase money.'Pir
chaser to give bond-with Eood security and a
mortgage of the premises.
Coot to be paid in cast.
BENJ. V. SIARTIN, C. Z. A. D.
17th Septr. 1841. d 34
' The SeMtA Carolaaian will give the above
three insertions immediately previous to the
1st of Norr.. and send the account to the Com.
minsioner's Office, Abbeville C. 11.
State of South Caroliia.
IN THE CO31MON PLEAS.
J N. Turley, oregn Attaehmeaf,
T HE plaintiff in the above case, having this
day filed his declaration in ny office-, and
the defendant having neither w ife oar attorney,
known to be in this State, on whom a copy can
be served: On motion-Ordered. that the d.
fendant do plead. within a year and a day front
this date. or final and absolute judgment %%ill
be awarded against him.
ORAS3 US D. ALLEN. c. c. r.
Offee of Comamos Pleas, e
Barnwell District. Septr. 24. 1.84 (1.
State of South Carolina.
James D. King, )Billfor aret. 'in
vs. juurtion. Filed
Benj. R. Jenkins.& others. 25th .Jan. 1841.
ON reamg the affidavit filed in this case it
~.7is ordered, thmat thme defendlanmts B~etjnjmin
RL .enkins, and time legal repreent.tmve ofi Pamul
F'itzsimmons, whlo reside withoutmt thae limitts oh
this State do atnswer. plead or demutr, to ilhe
above stated bill wvithinm three montmths. or judge
mecnt will be taketn againmst them pro ronfesso.
A. P. AILD RICIHI. c. & nt. i. B. 11.
Commissioners Ofrie, Darntteel
Brough'It to the Jail
OF this District. .a negro mani by the
name of OSTIN, or IWOSB'R\ N,
about 6 feet, I imnch high,d(ark coumpl -xon
between 22 and 23yeamrs of age. H e says
le belngs to Mir. lI1all. of Norflk, Via.
who setnt him some shtort time sinmc, to
Mir. Pickard, a't savanah tom sell.
The owtner is requmested tom come fotrwarid.
prove property, pay charges and itake im
C . 11. GOODMA N. j. F. I).
October 5. 1841 if :3i
Brought to the Jail
F this Di-trict. a niearn holy, bty the
' namme of BOSTON, aboteut 5 feet 54
incihes higha, bright Cotimplexiun, 5--tweenm
17 and 20Oyears of tage, lie has a scar oiver
his rightteye and a fine set of teeth, lie
says lie belonigs to Gen. G. McDfie, of
Abtbeville, S. C.
Thel owtner is requezsted to comie forward.
prnve property. pay chaarges and take hmim
Broughat to the Jail
O F this Distt ict. a negrla boy, by the nanme of
BILL. about 5 feet.:4 inches high, very
dark comp~lexion,. andl betweenm :t15 and 40) years
of:-ge, stotit bmuilt, and has a scar on htis la-ft
cheek, and ne jtust ove'r htis left tnipple. He
says that heo belonugs tim Mr. J. Beck, of Elbert
The ownmer is regn iested tom come forwardl.
prove p:-.crty. pay charges andai take him away.
C. 11. GOODM )3AN. Ji. r.. rn
Aumgust 5. 1841 tf 27
State of Soutlh Catolin:i.
Andy Reynolds and wife. A pplicanits. rs.
Hlezekiah Ed wards & witfe, & others. Dlefts.
I T appearing to my satisfaction,. thmat N-.wel
Tullis and wife 'Elizabeth. Thmioimas Gair
rett and wife Naney, and Briat Merk anmd wife
Martha. D~efenmdanmts in 'h.e abave camsc. reside
wvithmont time limits of thmis Statte, it is ordleredl.
that they do appear anid obtje'ct to the. divisioni
or sale o>f tihe real estate of Rebecca, Riancy. de
ceased, on or hefore te sixth dlay oif D~ecembcr
next, or thmeir cosenmt mo the same will be euter
edlof recnord. Givent tnder my hand, at my
oflice, this 7th day of Septemtber. 184.lI
September 9Ii :12
So t i ce.
IS hereby given that applicationu will be
made at time sitting ofthc next Legislature,
for anAct incorporating the Mt. Vernon Church
Stite of South Carolina.
John W. Mnuday ,
and swife, .
W. M. Timmerman and I
wife and others. J '
N OT'ICE is hereby given that by vir
tueof an order from the Court .o
Chancery, I shall nf'er for tiale to .the
hi;hest hidder, at Edgefield Court Eouse
on ibe first Monday in November next, the
real estate of Churles Thota., deceased,
consisting of a tract of land sitiated it
Edgefield District on Cedar Creek, waters
of Ilorne Creek &c. containing limr hun
dred and forty nine aciese more or lessid
joining lands of James V. Adams, 8ea
ry Waldrunt, Micajah Denkins, and oth
er", on a credit of one and two years ex
cept foir so much as may be necessaty ro
pay the costs which inust be paid in casb;.
the purchaser to give bond and, personal.
security, and a mortgage of the premises.
J. TERRY. c. x.. i. D.
Comm'r's. Office 85 81 d 36
Edgelield, Oct. 5.1841
State of South Curoihtia.
Erasmus McDaniel and '
wife, and others
and wife, }
N OTICE is hereby giveathat bi
ture of an order fromr Chan'lo
Johnston, I shall off'er for sale to.the 6it.
est hidder, at Edgefield Court House, 0n
the first louday in November next, ie
real estate of Elizabeth Holmes, deceased,
consisting of a tract or land' situate in
Edgefield District, on Steve..' Creek,
branch of Savannah River, cdtaining
seven hundred and thirteen and a half
acres, (7114) more or less, and 'ad" I
!anls o ahc said Erasmus Me i
Charles Parkman, Frederick McDaniet,
Thomas Howle. Delila Cartledge and t4
estate of Charles Blalock, on a credit f.
oune and two years, except so much as may
he necessary, to pay the costs, wlichdwtt
he paid in cash; the purchaser to gie bond
and per-unal security, and a mortgage of
J. TER RY, c. ai.%.
Comm'r's. Odice. $5 M l
E:gefield, Oct.5, 1841
State of South Carolina.
Eli Clark and wife
NOTICE is hereby given, that by virtue or
an order from the Court of Cha i
qloall olfer for sale to the highest bidderat Edge
field Court licuse. on the first Monday of Io.
vember next. the real eutate of Alex. Stewart,
deceased, cnn'isting of four tracts, or parelsof
land, as follows, viz: On1e tract known as
ite 'Poverty Hill" tract. contaiuing two haip
dred acres, more or less, situate in Edge
field Distnct. adjoining lands of James Van,
Joln Jaes.John 3osely and others. Anothbr
tract knowia as the Sweet Water tract- con
rainitg one hundred and sixty acres. mor er
lesm. sitnate in the said District. adjoining lands
of Silas Lanier. John blolsy and Mrs. B ',
one fother tract containing one hundred and it;
t three acres, more or lesa, adjoining lands of
Iohn Moselv andl David Bunch, and known as
ha Covingion tractt and a parcel of land con
nining four acres. maore or lea, adjoining lands
ofthe aaid David Bunch and TraIds Halt. Alf
f saidn lands ter he* asold ina separate tracts on a
redit of one and two years. except for so
encha as miay be necessary to pay the -costs.
vhicha must be paid in cash. The pturchasers
ae give horned and tpernonal sec:,rity, and a moert
ae of the Dremises.
i. TERRY, c. ?. Z.D.
E::efield. Oct. 5, 141. ($5 81) d 3S
S1tte 0f Soth~ Carolina.
Samuel Butler & wife, Applicant. 2 -
Thotmas Carpetnter &othersDef'ts.
IT A ppearing to my satitsfactionl that
T 1hoa.. Carpenter. R. Carpenter, James
Grnv and heis wife Mlary. reside without
he jimit'aof this State. It is therefore or
derede that they do appear and object to
tthe division 'rm sale of the real Estate of'
Reuna:n Carpenter, deceased, on or befoire
the third clay of January niext.or theireon
sent to the same he entered of record.
0. TOW LES, o. E. D.
Oct. 5. 184l ab 36
P ElR 80.\' having demands against the as
tate eaf Elijah W~atscon, sear., deceased,.
are regna~eted to presenit tlrnem to the suibscriber
in due1, fotrms, and thee indebted to the said es
ate. are hereby requtired to make immediate
TILLMAN WATSON. Ez'ter.
Se ptember ?3, 1841. d 34
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