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aos of thle
, bilious evacua
so effect a dciemination
increasing the perspiration.
combination of all these effects
e system. they are a great purifier of
blood, and equalizer of the circulation.
he effect or the Pille, made from these
waters, are in all respects, similar to the
water itself, and each pill is equtl to a com
mon glass of water. For the cure of tihe
above diseases, and all other chronic (or
slow) diseases, preseverance in the use. of
these Pills, according to the directions giv
in the small bills, accompanying the
1 is all important; and if they are per
veringly used as directed, a cure may be
more certainly expected, than under any
other treatment heretofore discovered. ex.
-cept from the use of the water, from which,
tbey are prepared either by an attendance
at the Springs or otherwise. They very
speedily cure diarrbas attended with
acidity of the stomach, anrd what is cona
monly called heart-burn; two or three pills
may be taken at any tie, w ben tihe stum
ach is troubled with acidity, with the hap
1iest effect. These Pills have an excel
1cut'ef'ect in preventing the attacks of
nervous or sick-headache; from three to
six pills should be taken at once, when the
symptoms are felt.
These waters are an effectual remedy
for all heinorrhages, and as the Pills have
the same effect in other cases. it ishielieved
they will also have the same efect in cases
uf hemorrhage. They cure dropsies in
some cases. but are not an infulible reme
dy in all cases of this disease.
Front the efficacy of these waters and
pills in purifying the blood, they are in
valuable in the cure of all dibseass of the
skin, and all indolent sores, not disposed to
a healthy action. In the ue of ihes for
such diseases, if the disease of the skin al
ars to be rietated at first. or if the ulcers
We ore01s Wained and discharge more
- eely let not thiscircumstance alarm eny
, or deter him from persevkering in their
use. [hese are evidences of the good e -
lects or the Pills in expelling tihe vitiated
humors from the blood to the surface, and
until the blood is purified. such diseaso-can
not be cured. In scrofulous ulcers, the
us(fofthese waters and pills, invariably
auso thom to discharge more freely, and
Cu a short time, or a more healthy appea
aecq They are a very useful renredy in
Chum Infautum or the summer bowel
complaint in children; as also for expelling
worms front children. They immediate
a good appetite, promote digestion.
w Il effectually correct and cure acidi
if he stomach. From their cleansing
anpturifying el'ects upon the blood; and
from the tone, vigour and energy, which
their operation imparts to the whole system
they will be found a great preventative of
the fa% ers, which prevail in low and un
healthy regions; hence, persons living in
such region., will find it greatly to their
advantsge' to use the pills, for a fortnight,
aft3 comnmencement of every spring mud
jll-tessons a preventative, andl to build
up constitutions broken down by previous
attacks of fever.
These Pills are a valuable assistant to
the use and efficacy of sulphurous and sa
line mineral waters, and three or four of
them taken each day, at diff'erent times.
which in attendance at other mineral
springs, would add gre'atly to the curative
cffects of these waters.
These waters and pjills are worthy or
.the notice of the Medical Faculty; and in
their hands would be a valuable artile in
the treatment or matny diseases. otherw ise
unmanagablo. In amnenorrhea, dysmen
orrheia and luchorrhcea, the waters of
the Alum Springs are peculiarly effe
cacious; and we believe the pills5 made
from these waters, would have the same
ef'ect in the treatment of thiose diseases
that the water has; therefore, we wottldl
recommenemd a trial of' them. by thne Facul
ty, in those diseases. These Pills are cast
ly taken, havinig no tinuseous taste, are
;.crfe-ctly safe in all cases where act ive fe
wrt does not exist anid do not sick~en per
suns is hile using them.
Just received and for sale by J. D).
TIlBE TS. at the Edgelild Shoe Store.
may1I1, 1842 if 15
Water Proof Warehousec.
Il Aasao, Sept.-Ar 20. kll
T3 HIE Subscriber begs lea. to inform his
frimends and the public, thai he conminnies
the WAEREUL'0SE and COSM~ISS0N BU
SEN ESS, at his former stand, known as the
Water Proof Warehouse.
- Detached as it is from otlher buildings, its lo
cation render. it nearly as secure from fire, as
it it were fire proof. Thueoorsof its two wing~s
have been elevated above the high water miark
of th.eat fresbet of asy 18l0 ; and each of
these * 'isios of the builing, will store from
3,500to I,800 bales of Cotton, both of these are
designed to be exclusively set spart for the Cot
ton of planters andconntry merchants who will
thus he seenred from the possibility of loss and
He avails himself of the present occasion to
return his tk to his friends and patrons. for
-their liberal supiport during the lastt season.
He selicits from thema, and the public general
Iy, a continuance ofthisounidence, and assureit
them, that in reture for their patronage he wiil
*use his best personal efforts. to promote and
their intorest committed to his charge ;
addition so this asurance, he pledges hnimself,
willin sto easespurchase abale of Cot
to the sale and shipping of
and forwarding oGoods,
usually transaeted by a
G. W AIKER.
EsuEr.LD C, H., S. C.
T HE SUBSCRIBER having rented the
establishament foirmarly occupied by 31r.
k B. Addison. has ftted it up for the accom
sedation of tranient and permanent boarders.
The Hotel is near de Courthouse, in a very
ileasantsituation. and he flatters himelf tiha.
is table will bear a comparison with any in this
ection of the country. Good stabling and at
entire servants are provided. and in fact every
hing that can be done on his part to render
ravellera and boarders comfortable, will be
lie it prepared to accommodate two or more
amilies with board, and from the well known
aealth and good saocty of this Village, rani
ies will find it a desirable umnnier residencp.
His charges in all instan.es n ill be .nadeto
:orrespond with the times.
March 2. 1912. 5 tf
AVING purchased of* Mesrs. Bryan &
1Minor. their cutiac stock of Goods in the
VIerchant Tailoring Business, mn this place,
,ve would take this metloof inorunning etar
iiende nnd the public geierally, that they can
se lurni;hled at the old %tand oil [ryan & Mi
ibr, with Clothin. ont as god tens. and not
nferior in gnality'to anv similar etabilment
n the Soutlern countrv. We inted to keep
n hasl at all tinacs. a -,cod stock of
English & French Cloths,
3a4 CAsS:tEItS. 'elected in the New York
- -id Philadelphia Market., tigether w% id all
)ther articles ma out line-: andl to those wheo fi.
vur us with the-ir patroage in this business we
wotd sa:y dat every exe- tint, on our hart shall
be uaj to ive perfect m:ti'faction.
GOODE & LYON.
JanumarY 1. M1,2. ti 59
T HIE Sub-seriber oti' ts har sale the well
kenown l1oemm' it Aiken. frtamtg oat the
li-il Rouead. and kniown as AlAR.all'S 110
TEL. The hluse hae been kept tas a Public
loaae for aevcral years. and conatains i0 r- muas
ouble and single. the grenter poortint ofthet
bith fire placed. Upon tie prentewn are like.
ivse' all necesart oat heuldnieyA. kitclaens. na
;rn house and rtabbalg fer IU horses. In tiae
rard is an excelh:nt well tof " atar.
Tenms one third eaih, the baaance on a credit
Yfone and two vea.
Alo-Forty or filly unimproved Lots. hand.
-oely situated. Whitnaj lirc corporate hmnaits Uf
'iken. Apply to
JOhIN MARSL. .iken.
DecO tf 45
T II E increased deumnd for BUC tK .
I'lh&ilce oe pose thel best im;:eaiale J-r
Aking. together with aa appormenity ati burn
ng them in the Fernace. hi, indea--edl uas to in
-ur the expene of ptocuting a 3achine. for
mending the clay. and also a superior qtalty of
Moulds. We shall endeaver tat keep a good stock
)n hand, of such as will pleasea our cnromers.
J. (Gi1BS & Co.
Potterovilleaiarch 29. V442. if 9
DURING Court Week, n teather POCK.
ET BOOK. with the rane of the sub
scriber written in it, contaiming twat Deds for
Land, conveyed to him by John Proctor, and
between two and three dollars iaa cash. Any
person who has ftund eaid Book, will be libe
rally rewarded. upon leaing it with Sir. I. J.
yan, at Edgetield C. If.
April6 tf 1I
Facturage & Contioan
HIA.UILWIR, S. C.
A S I have declined selling goodsa, I beg
leave to return mny gratefuh ascknaowle'dge
mentrs to uey frienads, aaed thec paublic genearally.
or their liberal patroaae whtile thuta engaged.
I naow otfer uey ervics to the puetblic a. an
Agnt. ta recei% e and forward all kindas ofmaaer
leaanadize and prodhuce. Atad, as I will aaot be
engaged in aney uthem lausianess'. I will ptay strict
attention to tl- interest tat aell thosie cansigning
their produle' or amerchnamheei tame, anad while
i my houaso the best care wall be tnkeen, and fear.
ifarded with desptatch, or orders prounptly
F romt esperienace andt ratiotb naa, I haave
long thaeanght thet a faithflul agenat couald render
:nsiderable a-r ie to the pelumear... ins sellineg
lair cattnn atnd flouer. and laayinag iteir grasce
rie A and. as I have beent engaged iu this mnar
ket, for the lasat ten ye'ars, andl aremuneted wvitha
the genemsral routine ofhtu.,iness I athereforelotfer
mty aservices ta tmy) frinds anad the pelaneters gen
eraly; aned n ill faithtfealy devote myr unedivied
ttentions to the interest eof all those who amay
comiaat tat sty caninae e' selling of their pro
Ice, anad buaying such articles a.' they umay ear'
Ia all rases, my ermmijssi-ms shall be mawdrrate.
11. L. JIEFI'h.R s
P'. 8. I atam nut inaterestedl in any Warehouse
n the place; theareliore all Ceettone eent so mya
ure. w ill Ibe stored :as direcede aand if nao diree
tions, tsa bn-st jadgmaeset wisll be ne'd for the
antert' intere'st. II. L.. J.
T'he Gra.enville Mounaataneer. Ed;:efield Ad
eertiser, l'endeletont 3 Me-senger and Ifiglaand
~sntineal and liil:lnd (N. C.) .1aeenger wiall
nteert the abose, two motntths. and for ward bills.
State of South Carolina.
E'DGEFIE LD DISTRICT.
Annta Maria Terry, )Bill far specifec
rat, deliryof Sla res
kniel Brunseon. and othetrs, &ic.
IT appearing to mty satisfacutatn that 8tephten
ITerry and Janea his wife thte children of
oln Parkana by his late wife Elizabe'th. for
nerly Elizabeth Bluckhakecr, Fugitt and
'olly his wife. somea of te Defendants in dais
se are without the linmits of this State. Ott
notiona by F. 1I WVardlaw Complainants 8o
icitor. brderedl that said absent defendants do
ppear in this llonaorable Court,nnd plead, an
wer anad demur to the comnplainnauts Bill within
boe motths from the ptubhcatiotn aafthi~s order,
r the said Bill will be takenproconfesso against
J. TER RY. c. t.. r.. n
Commisioner-s Ojce, .March 5, 18.4:1
*erch !? 3ma G
LOST on the first Monday in Marcha last,
two NOT ES. wee ont WVilliam Williams,
iar one haundred dollars, on which thtere is acre
at of' twenty dollars; one on John Mobley for
sty-two dollars and fifty cents; a receipt of
abs Bland's l~or ffy-ninse dollars, and a numn
er of other receipts and papers, of no use to
uy person but the subsernber. I forwarn any
erson agai trading for die Notes.
my 2 14
- LENDID new PIANO FORTE. on
tsuit thedmhes, apply to Mr. E. B.
.A. A. Clarke,at E~dge~e Id C. Hi
Tan Bark Waated.
f [*bo Subhetiber, ivio igear-ount Via
UP. tgeecfully infrms thi Farmer of
Edgefield District that he wisheuzepurcbase be
tween fifty and one bundredcordiofTan Bark.
lie will in Cash, LeAthir,-ar Shoes. for
good ,e hite,or SpainidOa*ark,$3per
cord, atthe Farmer's plantion, i ithin seen
miles of Edgefield Village; r S per cord, if
delivered at isTan Yard faner. whoae.
or may be clearing land,-.wouldd it to their
interest to save all their Oak bak for him. A
good hand can get a cord of hark per day, and
two cords can be hauled at i.load, ifa-frame is
muade to hold it. The hark should be covered
every eveniag with boards or laves, to pre
vent the rain from 1;j , .i .
March 9. 1842 6tf NeseiMt. Fisrqe.
CLtaVneS, Feb. 2mb, 182.
Order Na. -
T l E resignation of Major Geoeal Thonma
F. Jones, having been accepted, Briga
dieriJaisJ. Caldwell will comniaiid the 5th
Division until the vacancy is fided.
By order of the Commander4n-Chief.
J W. CANTEY, Ad'. & Im. Gan'l.
,mrch 23' ' f ti
CLAnrsnos, Feb. 2, 18.
Order No. -
T IIP lirigadier Generals of the 5th Divi.
sion. will order their several Colonels, in
their respective Brigades. to open.and hold a
Poll in their r,-spective Regiments. on Satur
day. the 21st of Slay next. for a.MAJOR G EN
E-R AL. to fill the vacancy created by the resig
ntioin o Major Genernl lwmaa , Jones.
The lh igadier Generals will Immediately af.
ler t!.e ri-turnsa are made to them,render a state.
nwnt of tl- Poll.. of ti-ir respective Brigades
to the Adjutant General's oliceat Columbia.
By order of tie Cummander-in- Chief.
J. W. CANTEY, Ad't. t lhis.Genl.
march 23 f 8
CLARXIQo%, dth March, 1842.
Orders No. -
I I E olilowing Regiments and Corps are
ordered to parade for review and drill,
at the tines and p;.acee herein mentioned. viz
Tne coimnn-iontedl Oflicers of the 3rd Bri.
gade o: Intanty. will encamp near Barwell
I net : ionse. on Monday, the 23rL'of May
In accordance with the arrangeme isof Bri
,adie. (eoeral Jamieson, the conimisdoned of.
dice.s. of the 2ind Brigade of Cavalry;.are also
ordered tu encamp at the samne timejand place.
The I Iti and 43rd Regiments otinantry
will parade at Bariswell Court House on S.
turdy, the 2th of.May.
Bnigadier Geneml Jamieson wif etter one of
the Tr..p. or Squ d o.m of his Brigade to pa.
rai. at tWe -':ne tm arid place.
!*-:. me ~ e and no-cxmiwsine
uni-le .. tA Regot..rnw and Cogsaordered
tor iy .v:. w,ll sseraile the day pq'viisa, for
drill aw: instructon a ieetr ol
rhe Alajor Generals and BrigadierGenerals
will. n ith their StaC, attend the mevkwo within
Brigadiet Generals Itanna, Scl.e. Ham
mond, llpkans, Jamueson. and"- Ilee are
chrged with the estension of so moach of t:ii
order as relates to their respeeive.
By order of the Cnmnander-i~ ,
3. W. C ANTEY, Adj'tL&rkls.Gen'l.
march 23 - f 8
Mount Willing Academy
y 1Hl E Exeicices of~ this Institution will be
..opened, ont the first Monday in Jana ary
next, under the direction of Mr. John K. John
'stam. whlose long experience in Teaching andl
correct deportment. we traust will entitle the in
stitution to a large abare of public confidence.
TLiRLtS oF TUITtiN
Rteading. Writin:, and Arithmetic, per
sunr.-r of 12 weeks,.3O
lPnglisha Grammer, G'eogtraphy,. 4 0(
Philosophy. Chemistry, Latin and Greek
Laniguages, 6 0(
duarves ing. 10 (K
To he pahl in advance,
Good lloard may be obtaincd from $8 to Si
J. 11. SMlITH. (Sairmnan,
I. R. WILSON, Trawwxer,
HI. C. IIERtLONG,
A. S. DO'4IER,
Dec 22 tf 47
State of Siouthi Carolina,
BENNE:T NOll.ES, living on Rocky
creek, near Jamnes Sheppr's M R~oads
tolls belore mte, oine bay MA lE eleven ycars
aI. blaze f-ace, in foal, both hind feet and leil
fore foot white aroundl the Iootlock,some whitc
'specks on. her back. man, hangs. on the left side
Iotng tail, abodl nil arotund, no brand. Ay >raie
cd by Alexzander llamnbleiaon. Hiram Smit andi
8:iepheri. Langley, to tharty dollars. Marcha 7mi:
1S4'. J. lI ARRISON, J. P.
march 16 4m 7
State Of Southi Carolina.
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
ABIE VIL LE DI8S'RICT.
Slotring S Patterson, Dsclaratin
E xecutrix , vs. by eIsaistat
A. V. Cox, Auma..~r..
Tj H E Plaintifl'baving this day filed his de
Uclaration in my office,and the Defendani
having noa wife or attorney known to be with.
in the State upon whom a copy could be served
with a rule to plead. On .motion, ordered
that the Defendant do p lead to the said declar
ation wvithin a year an aa from this date, or
final and absolute judgment shall be awarded
J. F. L1VING8TO , c. c. r.
Sept 30, 1841. 3&aT -.2 age36
State of South Cardlina.
IN THE COMMON PLE AS.
Stewart & Coat, Delfasdtia
John Scurry. ) ...~
John Sctarry. e.
T H E plaintiffis bavznthis dayled their de
..clarationsminmy ofc. a1hmbdefendant
having no wife or ;ttorney knowa~o be within
the State, on whom a copy oftd~aame, with a
rule to plead. could beasered. 7k i ordered,
that the defendant plead to thesaid delartion,
within a year and a day, or Gawl and aboute
judgment wiil he given agnt h.
GE-POPB, c. c. r
Edguf C. . ag)3
3thM 842. o
State of South 'arolitia.
IN TIE COMMON PLEAS.
Anson Atobley, Declaration in At
L, B. Pixley.
W HEREAS the Plaintiff in the above
stated case, has this day filed his
Declaration agaisnt the Defendant, who is
absent from and without the limits of this
State, as it is said, having neither wife nor
attorney, known within the same, on w hom
a copy of the Declaration with a rule to
Plead thereto, might be served: Ordered
that the Defendant Plead to the said Dec
laration. within a year and a day, frosm the
date thereof, otherwise final and absolute
judgment will be awarded against him.
GEORGE POPE, c. c. P
Clerk's Ofice ar e 44
Nov. 27, 1841.
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMUN PLEAS.
Henry Williams vs. Forr-gn tancc .
T 11E Plaintiff having this day filed his
Declaration in my office, and the De
fendant having no wife or attorney known to
me within the State, on whom a copy of the
same, with a rule to plead. could be served. It
is ordered that the Defeddant plead to the said
declaration within a year and a day. or final
and absolute judgement will be qiven agains
him. GEO. POPL, c. c. P.
May::o. -. s., V. aqe ItG
State of South Ctroli, a.
Wood, Johnson & Butictt, it.
Giddings & Bushncll. & others. for rdaef.
IT appearing to my satisfaction. that Lorain
Gidding., Benjamin Giddingv. Albert W.
Smitl., and William G. Galluman. defenidant. in
this case, are without thes! imits of this Sante.
Orderil, That the defendants above natied ap
pear in this lionorable Court, and plead, an
swer or demnr to the Bill in this case. withini
three -nonths fron the publicnui..n of this order,
or the said Bill will be taken pro confesso against
J. TER RY, c. i:. r. D.
Edgetield, Feb. 5. 1842. IV 3m 3
State of South Cairolina.
IN TIlE CO.MON 'LEAS.
Beverly Burton Atrtachmcnt,
Wre. N. Steifle. D(r.
rilE Plaintilf'having this day filed hi-,
I Declartionin n) otlice.aul the Defend
nt having no Wife or Attorney known to be
within the State. on whom a copy oftie same,
wite arule to plead.could be served. It is or
dered that the Defendant plead to the uid dec
laration within a year and a day, or final and
absolute judgement will begiven agaisat himi
GEO. POPE, c. c. r
Dec. 18, 1841. o & s $7 50 47
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Robert W. Mathis'
Wiley Nuitt. - 0epAse
T lIE Plaintif having this day filed his de
elaration in my iffice. and the defendant
having no wife or attorney, known to be with
in thme Ste, on whom a copy of the same, wit.
a rule to plead, could bee served. It in ordere-d.
that the defendant plead to the sad declaration
within a year and a day, or final and absolute
judgmnt will be given against him.
G; ). POP E. c. c. r.
Clerk's Ofte. Dec. 15, 184l. c. age 47
State of southi Carolina.
Jacob B. Smith and another. Iilo
Executors,vs. Henry Shultz, gg
Oliver Simpson. & others. Idif
I T appearing to my satisfactin, that illam
Alexander, William Y. liansel, antd Oliver
Simpson, defendants in this case, are' withut
the limits of this State; on motion. by .Mr
Wai dlaw, Solicitor for plaintat.: O)rder ed. that
the defendants above named do appear in this
lionorable Court, and plead, answe~r or demur
to this BlijI. within three month from the publi
camtion of this order, or the said Bill will be taken
pro confcaso against them.
..TE RR Y. c. :. ::. o.
Commisuiontcr's Offce, Feb. 2i3, 1I1.
March 2 3m~ 5
State of South Carolina.
IN TIlE COMIMUN PL E.1.i
Trammiel & Jones,
T lI E Plaintiti in th ecase, ha:vinug filed his
declaration in nmy oflice, andl the Diefen
dants lhaving neither wives, not attorneys. een
whom a copy~ of the' paid declaration.n a th a rule
to plead thereto, might be served: Ordered.
that the said Defendanits do appear and pilead
to the saId e-claration, wijthin a year and a day
from the date of this or der, or final and absolute
judgmnent will be awvarded against them.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON. c. c. r.
Cler?'s Offce, Dec. 16, 1641l. aqe 47
state of South Carolina.
IN TIlE COII.11N P'LEAS.
J N. Trurley, Foretgn .-llttacnt,
William I. Fowler. M.
SiI laititii the above case, having this
a fied his declaration. in mny oftice, and
the defendant having neither w ife or attorney.
known to be in this State, on whom a .opiy can
be served: On mnotion-Ordeaed, that the den
endant do plead. within a year anid a day from
his date, or final anid absolute judgmenet will
be awarded against lhim.
ORA83IUS D. A LLEN, c. c. r.
Offee of Common Pleas, ae
Barnwell District, 8ept~r. 24. 18.41. ''15
State of South Carolina.
James 1D. Ring, Biltfor aca. Sr in
vs. junction. Feded
B'n. R. Jenkins,& others. 25th Jan. 1841.
ON reading the affidavit filed in this case it
is .rdered,'that the defadenits Benjamin
J Jenkins, and the legal represenmtative of Paul
Fitzsimamons, who reside without the limits of
this Stats do answer, plead or demur, to the
above stated bill within three mnonths, or judge
meat will be taken against them proe nfsus.
A. P. ALDRICH. c. & a.LD. .
r'emissonmru Offce, Baratel
District. August 16,1641. 5
August19 an 29
D R. SWAY
tue to tIta 10
you at this time to
and to recout.end tu t
of luniiliesand others your tn
cine-the Compuad Syrupof
giniana. or Wald Cherry Bark.
travels of late I have seen in many ins
ces the wonderful effects of your medici e
in relieving children of very obtinato cous
plaints, such as Courghing. %I hieezing
Chonking of Phlegm, Anthmatic attacks.
&c. &c. I should not have n ritten this
letter, however. at present. although I have
felt it my duty to add my testimony in it
for some tiune, had it not been for a late in
stance where the medicine above alluded
to was instrumental, in restoring to perfect
health the "only child." whose case w a,
almost hopeless, in a family of acquaiu.
tance. "I thank flaven,"said the doating
mother, "my child is saved from the jaws
of death! 0 how I feared the relentless
!avager! But my child is safe! is safe!!
Beyond all doubt Dr. Swayne's com
pond Syrup of Wild Cherry is the mot
valuable nedic eini this or any other cout
try. I am certain I have witnessed more
than one hundred cases where it has been
attended with complete success. i am
usina it myself in an obstinate attack of
15ronchitis, to %s hich it proved effectual in
an exceedingly short time, considerinag the
severity of the- case. I can recommend it
in the fullest confidence ofits superior vir
tues; I - ould advise that no family should
be without it; it is very pleasant and al
ways beneficial-worth double and often
ten times its price. The Public are assu
red there is ro quackery nhout it.
R. JACKSON, D. D.
Formerly P;asttr of the First Presbyteri
an Church New York.
Forsale by Dr. Swayno at 54 North sixth
bt. I'hiladelpt:ia. find by
S D. CLA R K E & Co. Drucgists.
Corner Centre and .ercer streets, H-atm
burg S. C.
march 9 if 6
Bron::ht to the Jail
F this District, a negro man who says his
iname is Joseph. and tivit le belongs to
John Perrilon'tt, ot Mluckie, iAmid. S C., of
light complexieon. largc whiskers frot ear to
car. 5 feet 6 insches hitlh.
The owner is reqested to rome fmarwnrd.
proveproperty pay chargesand tkehimaw;'y
C. 11. GUO3AN j. .: u
Jan. 5. 1A42. if 4!
State of* South1 It '.O111Ia,
IN THE C0-1.11ON PI.XAS.
C. J. Glover. vs. Declaration in .ltachmeni.
W H i.ICEAS tie Plaintifin the abcove sta
ted case. has this day filed his declaration
against the Defedant. who is absent Crot. and
without the limits of this State. as it is -aid, hav.
ing ieither wife nor attorney, known within the
same, on whom a copy ofthe declaration with ai
rule to plead thereto, might be served: Order
ed that tie Defendant plead to the said declara
tion, within a year and a day. from the date
thereof. otherwise final and absolute judgment
will he awarded against him.
Clerk' offie, GEO. POPE, c. c. P.
Oct 18. 14I. nqn .A
ST '1TE OF L . CARO LINAd,
IX TIlE COURT OF 0RDlX.ARY.
In thme matter of
JOllN I OKERt. Adlumnistrator of Jos.iahi
0 hlowel., deceased?. having de-pmrted thmis
lire. witheout lhaving neounattedm for nai. trantsac
tiotns tpona said estate. lea&vintg noc Ex-ermter or
Ada,inmmtrator,* Ordered. Thlam t is Ill,,
lletnrv ltives. antd Johni Slorrisocn. thme sulreties
in thme'Adtmintistrtion lBond cfsaidl John t'oker,
antd D~aniel Mioe naom. Adlministrator of Johni
Mforrison, do appear before me at Edgefield
Couritnhouese, at 1(0 o'cl.c-k, on Wednltesdlay the
~2th of .Mav mext. to retnder an acennt of the'
adminitratton of sidm Johni Cuiker uponm said
estate of JmnsiaihlHowell. and further to do anmd
abidie what shall then the adjtudged amnd de-creed.
OLIV F.R TOW -LEs.
Ordinary of Edgrfeld D~istrirt.
Ordinary's Offce. February 21l. lt,4.
Feb23 3tm 4
EDGEIELK D DIISTRICT.
IN TiH E CO.11.110N PL.E.S.
Brittron immis, vs. D~eclarain in .Attack
liohneas & Sinclair. . ment.
W lIIEItEAS the Plmainmiffin the above sta
ted ease, han thii day tiltel lis declara
tiona against thme D~efenidanit. who are absent from,
and n ithot the ljimitme of this State-. as it is said.
havinug neither wrife. nor .sttorneyv. knownm withim
the satme, onm whom an copy of thme declarattinm
wih: a rule to' pleadl thereto imight be setied:
Ordlerted. dhat thme Detf;endatt plcad to thme said
te-laration, withmin a year and a dlay. from the
date thereof. ottherwise final anid absolute jumdg
tmnt will be' awarded against theta.
Cherk's Offre. GEO. POPE. c. c. p.
Oct. 1es, 18.41. __acge 3d
'aItt (e i"otitht CaPOliRS.
I N TIl E CO.II.MO0 I-LE'AS.
C. A. D~owd. vs. ( Forein.iacen
Geo Thurmomid i n.~aima
llenry Cart, vs. Frin.ta~et
'rhe sameit. Foig.lakc.
T he P'lammtitfs haing this day filad his De
clarato ini my oalic, and thme D~efendatt
haringno isife or attorney known to be withimn
the state. ont whmom a copy of the samte. with a
rmletom plead, could he served. It is ordered
that the defimndanit plead tom time said declartion
within a year aid a da~y, or Gnal and absolute
judgmmnt will be givenm against him.
G EU. POPE, c. C. P.
Mtay 2. 841. 2 . w. w. aqe 16
Mtate ui' M0oth (an'ohlina
IN TIlE COMMON PLEA.46
13. J. Ryan,
vs. Debt, Forrign .lltachmentI
I. B. Pixle'v.
T lHE lauintiff Imaing this dnay filed his de
clarationi in my olice,. anid the defenmdat.
havinig Ito wife or attorney,knomwn to be w'
it thme State,otn wvhomt a copy ofthme
a rule to plead, could be se-rved:
that the defeundant plead to the
within a year and a day. or
udgment will be given
Clarke sf0ice, Dee-.
rist day or April s~
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Jt~iiN W. YARDIOROUGIJ.
llambuarg. Feb. 1 tf 6
E16 lIT HiUN.DRED
FRELNt iil FUIT T-it'lclis. ROWiES AN
T 11 il'.ubse-ribaer htuajuast received from Pa.
ris, bay thae ship Olytmtain. a choice collec
tion oh1 PEARS. A [PPLLS. PLU31$. PEACH
ES, Cil EiR R IES. APIItJTS. A LMON DS,
and M.ADJEIRA WALNUT'1S. wiche he offers
Ior sale e-ithe'r cintely or by the betndhe, each
bundle cotitns to Peara, 5 A ppt-e.5 Peacmes.
5 A pric-ama'. 5 Plumas. :: Cherries. 2 Almonde,
atnd 2 3lndeira Walituts. and are beautifully
packed. Thew Trees, as tar as xamuitned, ato
anmong the litaet ever immported into this city,
atnd are well woirthy of the uttetntiotn of those
wishing tim obtain geood F-ruit. Thte varieties
At no-A few chouic ROSES and CASIIL
.i. D. LEGA RE.81~ East Dany.
Chatlesteon. Febm. 15 SMarch1 9 t f 6
AUGUMTA %EED STORE,
75 lI limprietor ofi this4 establishment htas
..jttst recemved a large aupply of GzENU*,
lNhE SE EDS. the cropm o118-1. liele
Seedi to recommenctd themsel
have dote- ever since tte lho
Shmakers' Gardcn Seed i
person and he
Tme usual al