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Affairs in Richmond. '
Riciaosn, March 2.-President Davis has is
sued a praelamation declaring martial law in
Richmond and ten miles into the surr'ounding
country, suspending all civil jurisdiction except
that of the Mayor of the city; and also suspend
ing, under the authority of Coegreer, the writ of
IHa*e Cerpfws; all distilleries are ordered to be
closed, the sales of liquers of any kind have been
prohibited, and the establishments for the sale
thereof have been closed.
The Enemy in Nashville.T
We learn from an entirely reliable source, that
there are about 8,000 of the enemy at Nashville,
who are quartered in the Capitol and all the pub
lic buildings of the city, over all of which the
stars and stripes are waiving. They are rapidly
erecting fortifications-guns, batteries, Ac., at
every point of approach on this side of the city.
The city appears almost literally deserted. La.
dies are never seen upon the streets, and the in
habitants keep themselves close,
Neil S. Brown and several other prominent
citizens have been arrested.-Atlanta (Ga.) Con
federacy, March 2.
Aflairs in Tennessee.
Our army correspondent gives the latest and
most reliable account of affairs in Tennessee.
We have, in addition, learned from good authori
ty, that Johnston left Murfreesboro' with his force
some days ago, and fell back on Stephenson,
where the Nashville and Memphis & Chirleston
railroads unite. We feel assured that Johnston
is making the very best disperition possible of the
force under his commar.d, and have already
learned enough to convince us that no fault lies
at his door for any mishap that may have oc
c rred. Perhaps nobody is to blame. We com
menced the zevolution against a nation three times
oar number and completely armed, and should
not be surprised when reverses overtake us.
Savannah Rep., March 3.
The news from England by telegraph two days
ago, representing Lord John Russell as declining
t- recognise the Confederate States, related to a
correspondence which took place early last year.
and now submitted to Parliament. We have no
reason, however, to suppose that any change has
come over the English ministry. They are wait
ing for Seward to furnish theta cotton.
It is said that parties in Parliament are neatly
balanced. The Liberals in favor of recognition
added to the Conservatives probably constitute a
majority. Lord Palmerston, apprehending dan
ger, by way of alarming his opponents, threatened
a dissolution ar.d an apl eal t"' the country, if
beaten in the House, rather than resign. A threat
of this sort is not without force, if the Parliament
is young and we believe this is not over three
years old.-Richmond Whig.
pV- We clip the following from the Columbia
Seath Carolinin', of Mat ch 2d.
The I:.ockade.-A large vessel drawing sixteen
feet of water, recently passed out of Charleston
harbor, not having the fear of Lincoln or stone
fleet in view.
',n.brille ucually in poUssenion of le Federals.
-We learn from a gentleman direct from Nash
ville, that on Thursday last, Gen. Buell delivered
a speech from the State House, in which he a.4
serted that he caute there to protect the people, and
n-,t to injure them.
g The following paragr:phst arc taken from
the Augusta Constitutionali of the 4th:
E> s0.,' ar Sa',o,,wh .-Passutgers up
from Savtannah, ont Sunday totning, report that
Com. Tattntall engaged one of tl.e Federal bat
teries near that city, on Saturday morning. He
lost one man,- and, after receiving a few shots in
one of his vessels, retired. The Savannah pa
pers, of Monday, make no mnentiotn i.r this agair.
It was probably only a reconnoisance.
Rmorore.-There were rumors in town yesterdlay
morning said to have been brottghtt by pass. ngers
fromt A tlanta, Ga., to the ef'ect that G e:t. l'rico
had captured several thousand Fe-lerals. There
is no reason to believe the runmors ; tetd we must
caution our citizens again not to believe all the
reports and rumors that they may hear in Fh'e
A nother Prclantfon.-GoV. Brown has issot d
a proclamation ordering each distiller in the StateI
to desist absolutely from the nmnufactutre of ar
dent spirits after the 15th day of* Marcht.1S62.
The Superintendent of the State road is forbidden
to transport any whiskey over th at roa'l, and
other railroad superintendents arc requested to
do likewise. In case of distillers refusitng to obey
this order, their stills are to be seized and sent to
Rome, Ge., to be manuftnetured into cannon ; and
all liquor brought near military encampmtlents is
to be emptied upon the ground.
The eoutrse of Gov. Brown, in this inustance will
meet with the approval of our patriotic citizens ;
and it is to be hoped that his order will b,. gen
erally observed and strictly enforced.
Still "Falling Back."
F. om the information we have, we are inclined
to believe that Gen. A. S. Johnston is still " fall.
.iag back," probably in the direction of Stevenson.
It is stated that his army left Murfreesboro yes
terday, though we are not sufficiently advised to
positively assert ats tnuch.-Memphis A ppeal, 1st
Tatount.Es is TuE FgDERAt. Aami.-Tlte
Chicago Tr'bune says that live of the New
York regiments in the army of thte Potomac
the 12th, 13th, 19th, 21st atnd 27th-are not
satisfied that they are properly held as troops
enlisted for the war, although the quelstion
seems to be settled as betweetn the Federal
and State authorities teat they ate. It seems
they were enlisted by the Sta'.e as tJbree years'
troops, and by sotme inadvertence turned over
to the governtmentt as three tmonthts' men. Die
certions hnave been freqtuent, the men holdinig
that thef hadl a right t't desert ; atnd an ex
ample has just beetn made tof onte sucht, who is
dloomed to itmprisontmentt for the balance ofl
the thtree years. The metn tare very miuch itn
centsed about it.
Tn t:TEIN TO Kt1t.t. *TtHE CoNh)LCTO -
The Lynchburg Repnblican says that ott F'ri
day, a party of Arkansas soldiers, after arrn
vtng at Liberty, on the Tennestee Railroad,
arrested theo conductor and put hitn unsder
guard swearintg most solemtnly that if he fail
ed to urake the connectiont :t Bristotl, they
Would kill him andi all connecteud with the
t'pi. The conductor w..s allasrfed to tea
graph for an extra enjginte, by the ahiT of
which lhe succeeded ittmtaktmg the connsec
tion, and thereby releasing himself fro Ittncutf
Hl Avv ExToRTros.-Trhe ichtmond Ex
The papeir mill here htvs divided, for three
months' profits, or'.e l:tndred pter cent., the
profits being f'ur times their captital for the
year; t' e woolen mill here h-i made ome
mundred per cest; the cotton ttsis are coinimg
m mney. antd thie wvhi.kv ld iller< are' albsolute
li unithe to caeuite'the-ir etnomus prohits.
.. he A tlattta Confetde-acyru t hat t htttle
entire damt '. .Nwt'tt Fa'mry is wadled' :away.
dollairt, and that seve ral weeks nes:'. Il'ee lbe
fre~ it can be repaired.
Addressed to each Tax Collector in the
COLUMBIA, S. C., FsEAa Y, 1862.
BY virtue of the authority vested in the
Chiefs of the Treasury Department, under a
resolution adopted by the Governor and
You are required and directed to ascertain
the amount of Gold and Silver Plate belong
ing to the citizens of your District and Par
ish ; and for the purpose of effecting this ob
ject, you are instructed to require each Tax
payer in your District to make a return to
you. on oath, of the number of pieces of Gold
or Silver Plate, the weight of the said Plate,
and its actual value, as near as can be ascer
tained-the said return to be made at the
same time and place that the annual State
Tax return is made.
Upon the refusal or neglect of any person
to make a return of Gold and Silver Plate,
according to the terms of this order, you are
required to report to this Department the
names of the persons so refusing or neglect
ing, as soon as your books are closed, and
the ordinary return of the State Taxes is
The method of proceeding will be, to put
to each Tax-payer, or the party offering to
make a return of the State Taxes, the follow
ing questions :
What number of pieces of Gold or Silver
Plate do you, or those you represent, own?
What is the weight of the said Plate, as
certained by actual weighing the sane, or ac
cording to your knowledge and belief?
What do you consider the true value of
the said Plate, as a marketable article or ar
You will procure c suitable Look for record
ing the return of Gold and Silver Plate, sep
arate from the ordinary Tax Book-fur which
you will be paid-and insert the name of each
Tax-payer, with the number of pieces, weight
and value of the Plate. Opp.site the name of
each Tax-payer who refuses or neglects to re
turn Plate place the words, "Refuses to re
turn Plate," or, " Neglects to return Plate,"
as the case may be. Upon completing the
return, and closing your books, you will for
ward it to this Department, signed by you as
Tx Collector of your District.
By order of the Governor and Council.
WM. H. G IST. 2 Chi.-Y Ts. Dep.
W. W. 1IARLLEE, 5 -'
Edwin DeLeon, Esq.
The Now Orleans Delta of Wendesday
"Mr. Edwin Deleon, late consul of the old
United States in Egypt, and so well rent ni
bered throughout the South as one of the
ablest champions of our. cause, has reached
our city after a very adventurous voyage.
Mr. DeLeon came in the Victoria. whose nar
row esc-pe from one of the blockading squad
ron off the entrance int, Barataria Bay has
been already related. It was cer:ainly rath
er a rough reception of a gentleman on his
return to his native country, after nine years'
ab-euce, to be greeted by a broadside from a
ship-of-war. To make this still more tryin,
Mr. DeLeon was accompanieq by his wife,
an English lady, on her first visit to her hus
hand's home. 'Mr. DeLeon is the bearer of
dispatches from our commissioners in Europe
and his representation of the sentiment of
the people both in England and France, as
strongly in our favor, concurs with the state
ments of other gentlemen who have had the
best opportunitias of acquainting themselves
with the views of those people and Govern
The Battle of Fort Donelson.
Gen. Pillow has published his oflicial report
of the battle of Fort Donelson. He says
that our force consisted of about L1,000 men:
that the army fought with the greoatest gal
lantrv ; and fbat he was desirous of lightitn
his way out, hut Geni. Buckner contenided
that th'ree-fourths of the army would be lostI
in an effort of that kitnd, and'tha;t there could
be no necessity to sacrifice so many .men to
sa-e the remaining one-lourth; the command
was then turned over to Gen. Buckner, who
surrendered-Gens. Pillow and Floyd, with a1
portion of their conmmands, ret renting fromI
GEN. BE.AURK~tt Aa 'r.TrRN TO TtnE P
-OStIc Is Two MoNrus.-" Dx."heRich
mond correspondent of the Memphis A ppeal.
writes as follows:
I learn from Centerville that Gen,. Beati
r-gard elxpets to return to the army of the
Potomac in two months from this time, and
that he only- consented to assume thme comn
mand in Kentucky up-m conditioni that he.
should he allowed to come back to his old
companiosn-in-arms in time Vor the opening of
the campaign. lHehas not forgotten hi protmise
to " the prettiest girl of Baltimore," that lie
would plant the battle flag, wrought by her
fair fingers, upon the top of the Washiugton
monument in that city.
Col. Jordan and other members of Beaure
gard's staff are here en ,-(u/c to join their dis
tinguished chief in the West.
MovESIENT OF TiiF EME.3mY.-There seems I
to have been a movement among the Federal
vessels below in the last forty-eight hours.
Last evening all had departed from the Caro- 1
ina side, except three in Mud Itiver, which
hae not changed] their position for weeks past.
Probably we shall hear of them in a day or
two. In the meantime it would be well to
keep a sharp look out at all points on our
coast.-Savannah Republican, Feb. 28th.
CAronr.-A correspondent at Union C. HI.
wrte us yesterday, saing:,~ " We have taken
the following Yankee prisoners that escaped
from the Columbia jail, and now have theni
safely lodged in the jail at this place-six in
all, viz: Fernando Brown, George D). Drury,
Rulsoni Walker, H. Blanchacrd, T. E. Pomn
croy C. B. Moore."-Columbia Guardian 28th
No RecoGaritoN.-Despathes from Eng
and state that Earl Russell has informed
Messrs. Yancey, Rodt and Mann, our Conm
missioners, that the Queen's Government de
clines to recognize that of the Confedera'e
States t'ntil we :iehiieve independence. Led
by the idea th-at in this age of professed civil
ia~ation an enlightened policy wotuld govern1
(;:at Britain in relation to our struggl--, we i
fully expected her to act as she had done to
wards other new Governments whlen theri be
caie de f/;rlo such. She has not only con
tradicted her own hiistotry, hut she has, with
oudoubt, influenc*-d France to adopt a simi
hia- pdicy. Surprising as it is that the Em
peror has suffered himself to be controlled by
British policy; it is unot the less true, and we
are to fight our way by- our own prowets and
endurance. Let us go forward with the con-1
Meee that '2ommene::4 our revolution, de
pending only'on Souttliern hearI& and South
<rn arms to inidicate atnd establish Southern
princi ples.--Soth Carmoinian.
Win.:ar's -rus: lt.onsn?.-We have the
god news to comlmuniente, that-a vessel ran
the blockade and reached Fernandinat, Flori
da few days since, havitig on board a large
quantity of munitions of war- for the Cotfed
C(2x.-.mitrA LINtu.:.ins.--The Char-leston '
Atmor.m the land lords who have been libe
rl in providing for the comfort ofl the inva
lI s'oldiers, we are~ not at aill surnrisedI to
her, fromr tmany grate-ful witnemsses, hoinura
be i-upi.n ofl 'ur --'!d and we!!-kmnown friendl
.\.3. I int. (f Cohm nhia. Jlannmr, of the
t aree lhImnse, in C olubia , ha<a nIso e
Libited lhis characteristic g.:nerosity to the
IEAUQUAUTERS 14th Rogmn't. S. C. 1.
February 5th 181t?.
Mrs. Dr. TEAGUE,-J)IacU : I an directed by
Col. JoNEs to acknowledge the recep ion of three
boxes and contents as specified in your latter, for
the benefit of the soldiers of the the 14th Regi
The members of the "Edgefield Ladies' Aid
Association" will please accept our sincere thanks
for the kindness manifested in our behalf. Whilnt a
we earnestly hope for a decisive blow by which fi
we can once more enjoy the comforts and happi- I
ness of home, we are convinced that as long as E
the feelings of the ladies will continue as deeply
enlisted in our cause, our strength and energy
will increase, until victory or death crowns our
With sentiments of the highest esteem,
I have the honor to be,
Yours, most Respectfully,
L. V. HUOT.
Serg't 14th Regiment S. C. V. be
For the Advertiser. F
Tribute of Respect. V
At a meeting of the " Brooks' Greys," Capt. J.
II. IUnools, Company "G," on the 18th Februt
ry, at the Cami of the 7th Regiment, S. C. V.,
near Manassas, Va., the following Re.solutions -
were offered and unanimously adopted:
WmtREas, It bath pleased Almighty God in [
his omniscience to remove from our ranks our be
loved comrade, Serg't. JOSEPH W. GRIFFIN, Wi
who was so closely allied to each and all of us al
by the strongest ties of early cotnpauionship and L.
brotherhood in arms ; 1
Icnlr d. That in his untimely death, we have ali
list one of our best, bravest, truest and most , re
lant meimers.-tlie Regiment a devoted Soldier
and Patriott.-Society a generous, high-toned and
useful member, anid his family a son and brother
ot only affectionate and beloved, but who hd
already done high credit to the old and honored -
Resolved, That we oier his family our kindest
ondolence in this their trying hour of saliness,
aourning with them in heart, and in rouiewber
Inee rejoicing with themi in their well founded
Rlcirced, That a copy of these Resolutions Ie
cent to the stricken family, and one to the Edge
ield Atenrtixer, and that a page in our Company
look be devoted to his cherished mnemory.
Lieut. W. E. CLARK, of Co. G, Ch.tin. _
Sergt. D. Y. Yot:ent.ooD, Sec'ry.
a-The Nashville papers have been annibila
ted by the advance of the enemy; so have many
thers in the Southern States. Can any one name
a Northern paper which has been . ileuced by the
approach of a Confederate army? Is it not time
o retaliate a little ?
MAnRty.r, on the 7th uIt., by Rev. Jolln Trapp,
r. SAMUEL PERRIN, of Abbeville District,
nd Miss JULIA A. QUARLES, of this Di: trict.
[Received the fee done up in handsome style,
nnd trust our happfriends may enjoy a long sun.
hine of lore and uinmual bliss.-ED. Atv.)
1n:n, on the 27th February, Mr. ABRAM ph
RUTLA ND. in the 7ith year of his age. a I
In the death of Mr. R. a good man-an aged ti,
ather-an affectionate huhand-n kind master- ha:
t mee: and pious Christian, full of hope nand tI.
Ileaven, has passed away fro titme to an eindless sac
:trnjty. And well we may mourn his dt:mie l
rith sad hearts and dosponden:'y, iia5nucnh as we Co
hereby hve last a devoted father, a lrmn risend. I the
mad the good couinsel tof otne of our mos: revenen- rest
ial and devout Christians :-hut then wo shoull
snt regret his removal frot earth so f}ar as it cit
onerns him and his at terial interests. for he ti
ild fully reachned thei allotted yeanrs if mnian, was r
ip0: *.. 9: rv .ii d rp,- f. a b,!j.fu' ao'tr
ernal reign with tia sl~rits'at ju1:t umen inadh. p
erfet." I h in, ael ,rith Jibm." 's. manrt, .r- mn
-uw, pin anid de: thn fair our departed friend- im
nught lbut life, live tand happilinie5S. thie
For the last ha~lf century the deceased hnas beaen
zealous andviaite of thne catuse of Christ-never
:emp ~lifying his faitin by a "well -irdereid litfe
nd tutdl ;sn.ge;-tionm." Thle hitpti st ChInrebn
tith whIh lhe was unilted ( ;tidge ::ipring we e.
icve) hats last tite iof its shning lights aiid i
seful nnembehrs. . . t n
liut it is unsnecessanry to sny linvthning in extol
ing tine many aid tare virtues iif the dleccnsed!.fr
Phrinughout a large circle if namirinmg frienids
and ac,tuaintance5 A nn~un ItRi t.-.an as~~ knswn ,
m one eof the kiindes:. Ieet,- iniii-t iipright ant 4
"None knewa him n1sht to love hiiinn,
None namited him butt tio praise."tI
Setvcral ehildren andI .:rand-chaibIren. nn many
~riendls miurn the dleath Ii-f th2is estimab~le mn. biy
et us e~er chierish hi:: ltdemory, andti strive to in :.
tate his yirtue.;. *Li. :t
Dx~'rentn this life on Wedniesday, the 2thhl of
ebruary, at thne residence of Mr. Tunos. Ii.- fo
.Otant, in Edgefiel'Distiiet, ROBIERT 11. DA.
.EY. agetd 2t1 years. M
Hu hand alwvays sust:ninied a hiighly repultablec dil
haracter from his youth uinp to thIe ,iny iif hi s teu
leatha. I'pin the call if his ciountry foir veelurn- sti
ers Ine willingly responind, unnd served ans na ten
eithful soldier until cathh-d nipin toi re-enli~t fur
wo ve:nrs or the w-vnr. .ile againt respiindedh, nndi, up
ngether noth etet-ai Whe~e 4:1~ re~enl istedl waes go
Iranteid on thme 1 2thn Febriary as funrlotgth iof a tie
reeks, lHe hand enrnel a well-deserved namne a
romn his cimmndiners, and gai nied the esteem of in
nis fello~w.,siludiers. 31:any tears if regret were d
ied at the loss of this gilant roldier. Maiy hec tie
est in peace, A FaiinNni. tha
Dtt'.t, oin that 10th Feb.. FELIX WA LKE R. in- thn
ut sutn of Mr. TILLM~as atnd Mrs. M. J. HII n rh
tN, atged 6 moniths and 12 days. hoi
" Come, monurning parents, dry up your tears
Your loss to, him is gain ;
Seek bet the path that hiath no feai-s,
Anid strive to meet again liie
Thy leaved one, twho the way hnns shown ot
Tfo reach thny Hleaveinly Fhtiher's thnrotne." -
Unni in this District nan the I th of lDee., 1861,
irs. EP'SEY V. COYA R, wife of Mr. Jass. W.
ov.att, ini the 25th yeanr oef hetr aige.
She leaves three little danughnters anal a dIevoatud '
nusbad to maurn thneir uantimnely hiss, but they bo
'mourn notL us thotse thuat have non hopte,"' for her s
nst woirds were. that shte "was ging hi~o to die,
to tioere." Site lias cissed over to that bilis-ful thn
hode where sicknness, sorrow, pain tnw.l dlenih ni e
'olt utnd fea~red] no tmore. J. M. ..
A Southern Lady
WHOt. is comtpetannt to teach the Esnglish -
baranches and Music wishes to obtain a sit
ation ats Treacher. Gouod references given and
'equired. Address, Miss RI. J. hIA LE,
Care of L. B. Ceonnas. Georgia 1t. It.2
Mr .4 - t,:
SSMALL FARM cntaining One hunodred
and thirty-thrco (133) acres Noc. I Land,
stuntd on the Plank Road, 1 1 miles West tif
d~efield C. II. Up'on this place is a tJ00D
)WELLINGh IHOUrS4, with mall tile neces.-atiyouit
midigs, wtiich hhvo been built withnin (ho 1last
wit years. Also, a never failing well of tho very
Fr fig-ther infonraain I refer you to Dr. R
f. Mims at Edgetield C. 11. E. S. MIMS .1
Mar 4 4t 9t I It
Administrator's Sale. i
BY :an order fritn W. F. Ditrianar, Esq.. Ordina-f
ry 'if EdIgefieldl District. I will pri'ced to
eli at thie late residlen- eof JIaiesu McCreless, Ie.
e.s,nd, on the 18thm Marcha instan', thne persnaal
~state otf sail dheioaieod, ti'.nsisting In piart otf --
.TOCK (nF HORSES AND) CATTLE,
Honitschohl aonl Kitcheit Furniture. &c. A
Tixut.-All sumns of niwl tinder live dlillars .Imn
iash. All itumn aiver thait amnin~nt ida a creaditun
II te I~ Ish L~eennther next, with in tereist frnin
hny if sale. Psurchm-aers to gives Nottes writh at
ast I wo, ..;id suiretias. . li
JAMES DORtN, Adma'nr. -s
u.... -2t. U .
Two Years. or for the War.
* AVING been ordered home on Recruitinl
Service I will ho plansed to receive Frt:
Fifty RECRUITS to serve fur two years o
r the war.
Subsistence and transportation will be fur
shed and a BIOUNTY OF FIFTY DOT.LAWL
n advance) paid to all wh' enlist.
Here is a line opportunity to go into the Con
derate service- better one miay not he ofiered
cbrace it now-or you may regret it hereafter
S. HAR RISON, :t Lieut.,
Comp. If, 7th leg't , S. C. V.
Feb 2t1. If 8
AMI nuthorised to tnlist Reoruits for Cunfede
rate service in l'irginia for two years or th<
tr. FIFTY DOLT.ARS BOUNTY ond TWEN
l'-FIVE DOLLA RS in placo of Clothing wil
paid as soon as a Recruit i enlisted. and sub
tence at the rate of 25 cents per ration till ht
owed untul the Reeruit joins the Regiment
ce transportation will be furni. hed to Manassas
a. Address tne at Ninety-Six P: 0.
J1. H. I ;R00KS, Capt. Co. " G,"
7th Ilet. S. C. V.
Mfar 3 2L* 9
RECRUITS WANTED J
AVIN( been ordered home as a R~eruitin:
Officer for Company B. Halmpte.n Legion. I
It be pleased to receive ItECII 'ITS for Con
lerate service for two years or the war. and bit
such will pay a BOUNTY OF FIFTY DOL.
(ES as soon as enlisted. Sulsistence:.nd Trans
rtation will also 1.e furnished. A pply early il
u wish to eibrIe a splendid opportunity tc
c'harge a duty your country sinner or later will
muire you to perforn.
B. E. NTICHOLSON.
Lt. and Recruiting Otlicer Comp. B.
Mar 4 2te I
Post Office Notice.
FTER the first of March the Columbia uail
L will c!nse every Sunida, Toedlay :and Thars
y at ii '. M.
Those persons who are Indehted to this flc
Newspaper Postage roust pay up, or in future
:ir paters will not he delivered. A word to the
so is sutlicient.
A. RAMSAY, P. M.
Edgef eld f'. I, -..l^2!5. 1S(2. tf 9
tate of South Carolina.
EXEC.'TIVE (OUNCIL CHAMPER,
Co.Lar91. February 20, 1862.
ill E following resolutions, adopted by the Gov
, ernur and Counei'. have beeu ordered to be
// alrcd. That the Chiefs of the Treasury be
ected to ascertain the amount of gold and silver
te belonging to the citizens of this State, with
-iew of hereafter taking and melting such por
n thereof as may be necessary to constitute the
ds of future circulation to provide means for
public defenco, if :ueh shall be deetned neces
y ; and to aceompulish the object of this resolu.
u, they are hereby .itlhorizel to direct the Tax
hlector of carh Tii trh t to exee*ito such duties its
y ija; r.quire, .. oer t., ad..riini~tier the
tart n:is in recei'.s ::x returns.
l an/r.'J, That the I.Ia ,-rs. and Councils of the
ies if Charleston uid -lumbia shalt hre' and
y are hereby auth.. izi .1 to take such steps as
ne-sar- tu pr..' .in.t the selling of spirits to
aS.:n 1e. in, ahd:~.. een5a ry for 'nis~ f~
e, to cloe liny or a'l t.-. -roomis inud grog-shops
the gati.l citia;;, and~ thast thc Chief of' Jn.-tie
I Pualie dto give the isecessary istructions on
Im/mi, That exempitionis to rnilroad emopitly
shaltl hereafter lie e'xtendied onily to sucha per
s ais arc le(ces~iCr for the business or tho roads,
tha lt the, Adj ittant-Gecneyul l-s instpnetotu tg
p're~sidtenit'it Supierinledets of the roads that
eml yee~c is inditispensabile to the butsinessi of
roa:ds, and that the same work canno' be per.
toed tiy niegi-'es.
r.'-vIral, That fifty thisutaid duiinrai be set
te to enciuaage and force fo~rward the muanu
ture sat salt, isn-t that the Chief oif .Justice anad
liee he :athorizedh to execute this in sneh man
-as lie may thinik bust for the state.
Extracet fraom mtintesC of February 19U.
Wheatriet, the enoarmousi1 andl rapid cosnstunptiion,
disi illatioin, if t he gra~in "re zf tia giate i.,
p trie of those cereals reiquiredh far the support
atur as rmaiis aid .--tenalnce oif the pieopjle ; there
r:1 cerd, That friom andI after the tenth dlay of
'-h nextt, the dlistillat iin if s; irita fromt In:
n clrn. rye, wheat, barley iir iother gral ihil
u tile amncI i.:hreby prphiiti, duirig the
ini.-sie si the present- war4 except t;pun the
ims h.:reinafter pirovidedt.
cahi ", t Tt die (Go-.-ernuar anil Contieil ay,
nl~ thiclpayment ofi i'iih suats a- thiey mnay iml
anly l'.'' ani viag houdi~, wsithi ;pnlaa sirety. tu lbi
priived '.. <lhe Clerk iif tile Churt if thlI Dist ri.:tI
which he~ lives,. in ise l:enalty of fEve thiousandl
hlar~.i, l oIi'io~ the~?..~lAtIsi a~ihl:st ?ell any' paer
i iuf the 31.i l's dis~ttaid ti any persion ether
ii an atuthoirizedl agen~t if thle Giivernlinent of
Cs'nfederatte Stat's r alf this Stiste; And proii
di futir ', That the pero xriautinhg snid
rid shall endtorse in the samie ni ntilivit thiat
will nt, in ally catse, wilfully iiate (te am.
ionus t hereof.
s',ei.,lerd. Than~t ally plersonz dliitilling without ia
mse as5 abtove prolvidled, shialt b~e sdeemedi guilty
a ii:isidemoii'r, and shili hei liahis tso a fune alt
:eedlinig tenl thi.iamsail ds'lla rs. andh itmprisoanent
texiceding teelveC miOnrhlS.
let'..a/redI, Thlat anyi~ perst~n licensedl to distill,
ii .lhall vi-date tihe eundlitionlS oaf his licen-eo
ut, shll, in iaidditioni tao the forfeiure of' the
vi, hle detmeid gaiihy oif ia miisdeiueanor, till
ject to the Sine plenal ty ats ahori".,
It'o,:d, T hat in a4h . t;-e atIlve oases, the
t-iry I~5tli .,biai I te deemediit anuisanice, ands
aoet toa he :i hatld.
'xtracet trouttuinutes of' Febraunry 211.
By order af the G'over'i'r lindi Couilii.
F. J. MOi$ES. Jn., Secretary.
ob. 216, 1l$": "t 8
sTrATE OF' souTHi CARtOLINA,
EXECUTIYE COUNCIL CIIAMTIER,
Fr.ent:.t 25, 1562.
r0OTICE is hereby given thatt all personis ha~vintg
ittany arms tuited foar pubtlie service, tar anty
I. ptowdecr, satpetrie or stulphtur, aucire ae-tly
nestedi an report the stae tat the Chief atf thu
itary Depliatt or tti agents np~poinltedl Iby
a, tand thaat fair uprics will lie given for themt
ty ordler sif the Goavernos'r andI Ciauncil.
1". J. MUSES, Jit., Secrelary.
Intreh (a :It It
State of South Carolina,
~EWl3ERRY DISTRICT-iN EQl.'[TY.
M. Smith, Ex't'r.,
.M. Itaster, Ailm'r. J
lareenued, are hereby requliredl tia rsaler aiid
tinathS, is or 'eft'ro t ho tir't any of at Mnrehl
t. SILAS .JOIINSTIONE, .s.Nn
J.m'rs Otlie. Fob lai. 'tPl. 2t 5
Edgefeid Maio Academy
'TrAChi ElR is wanted to take charge of thi
A i .titmi: .I for Lime pst v. :A Tsctt
coimp." ent t-, prepare ynmg nt' for the S. C
College, with .m0l reennmntations, and willbn.
to tike the prolits of the School as eotmpensiatiot
for his services, can find a good situati-in by ap
plying to the Trumtees.
I. T. M131. 1
r A. SlI I NIS,
t;. A. ADDfSO N.
. DMUND PENN.
J.\S. B. SU'LL IVAN. j
.Tan 22 tI 3
- STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
We have on hand a few Hun
dred B rrels of PH OENIX AND
JOHNSTON'S ISLAND GUANO, of
last Spring's impcrtation, which
we offer to planters at Forty-two
dollars per ton CASH, or Fifty Dol
lars payable in Niddling Fair Cot
ton at ten Cents per pound,
These GUANOS were used very
extensively last year in almost all
the Cotton growing Counties of this
State, and of South Carolina. Plan
ters wh3 did not use either can,
doubtle.s. get satisfactory informa
tion from their neighbors.
As our Stcck i3 very small and
cannot b increased, those who
wish to supply themselves will do
well to apply early.
1. H. WILCOX & CD.
P. S...-We have also a small
quantity of ANERICAN and GO
D. II, W. & CO.
Augusta, Feb 1 2n I
FIR SALE AT TilE
Near Augusta, Ga.,
BY FLEMING & NELSON.
T IlIE Subcribers oifer for sale a fine lot of
r( IIAFTEI) YO'Nu FRULT T , con
.iting in part of
20,000 APPLE TREES, one and two
years old, and iromn live to eight feet high. among
which are sixty of the best Southern varieties.
15,000 PEACI TREES, one year old,
of very thrifty growth, forty varieties of which
ripen in succession from early June to N.vetbe.r.
5.000 PEAR TREES, thirty varieties,
all of whi:h are on Quince roots.
15 varieties of PIL1,S. rip.-ning in stCCessi-,n
thruugh theseiummer. Also, A PRf'Q'l, NEC
TAR1INE, ALMl.NRS, FiliS. tiltAPE CUT
'1.Itii. S'l'jAWllhR}lt1.Y 'l.ANT., A$i".t A
1 L'S RaOTS, t:-.. ,t&. Ever blootming ROSES
and .Ornamenutal Shrubbecry.
Our TIlEES will c.omitre favor.ably with those
of any Southern Nursery, and we wil-ell as cimebep
as any of them. Wt take grenat care in pncking
hem in 31ns and StraLw, so t hat they may hei.
D Jescrip tive and Price Catlaguecs sent gratis ti
all alicLant. A~lree
ILE31ING ti NELSON.
October Sth Umt. 401
Southi Carolitia--Lexinhgton District,
Cuiherine n'awy'er-, 1
JTalper Sawryer: amnd ithiers, I
31larthat Sawyer antd othlers.
PI-RS'ANTI to the tordetr of C 'ga~epar Carroll
.7 ini this e'ge;e I i;iil pir,.erad ti sell o the
S'iene.s nuXa in M:,rehu ne'xt, ait the bite retn~
d.ne ~ra f h iniitestate Gerg~e Sawyer, Sr., dec'd.,
hi:, 1 EA\ L ESTA TI'E anid piritperty menutiointed ini
the hill. ituntedl in Lexilugtin District anid State
afoire'i ii, lii wit:
FIRST.-All that part of the ii![Lt4 TflA CT
ying eni the WXe~t tideO iof Cebit- Creek inceludiing
ifty tour .u,-s which was pntre'hasned by said de
re:m.ed fromt John A. .ivingston, enntainiig
Tirt y-f'ur hutndre.I andi twenty-three :acres,~ to.
gehier wilth oniehalf of the Sitw atnd Iirist M ill,
wich is representted on thid pint retturned by the
t'ntami.-iiiuii-irs imade by W. E. Sawyer andi
markedl by the letteri A. antd C.
ISECON D.-.uI that part (IF the 3Mill Tract
lying oin t hc East side of Cedarn 'reek. tigethuer
with. ond-half of' tihe Saw and Grist Mfill contain
ig Eightteen hunodredI anI li fteen acre's, repire
eted linsaid idat byn~l t he letters H. aind F., to
gether with the Ti :mer, lti;:ht ni Priviileges of
th ee dtom thre Craf t liaral. which is repro.
senteinimi said lat tby time letter 1,-the said Cc
dir Creek tt lbe the diviiding line betwectn the
two Tracets or Parel.s itf Land.
ITIll U I.-AII the Tinmer, Right and Privi
Ilegers of the ileceanil~ tin thre llutiti Land enntain-~
inng Three hunidred atnd iiinety-rsix :ieres, more or
less, umrkedo E oin sail pitt.
SFOURITII.-The iddlehover Tract on. Light
|wood Creek, c'ontainiing Twit huntdredi icri's, mori
I itr lees aljmininitg lants of Jlhn G. :\1,.I, a
On the fr.U->..-g termils inumi corilitions, to writ:
it.,ulus-h .a'hb n:; will lie necessary t defray time
I spences ofithis sui t and1 siet, andl the balance
n a criedtt iif tite. twit andl lhree years, in eriual
nnuail ins~ttlments, tiobeair initerest from the dtate
oh said saile, the putrchuase Imoneiy to bie semtnp-e,
by biondk wvith gimndts perstitiil secir uri ,4 a m.,rt
ag: of the prmies ", gu,-ehtnaer ti pay fior
ppers. .IkJNM A. VETZ , ci:.t..ui.
mw.. rim. itmee, Feb J-, l.%2. 2t 8
Rl ANAWAY from the Sul.w&erntbtUt the 1th
1.June lamst, hint XLgrt mian JAC. i ~Th'e sidh
Jack is :Phbu.t fiFty yeatrs of' age, live feet eight or
niie inceher, high. weights aboutt 1i5 pioutnds-his
hair ins tunitnggraty-hams a hail cough when.
w~earted-one of his front teeth is of a bluish
color-very dark cotuplected-turns 'his toes out
ooniderably when walking. Hie has a wife at
Mr. D. T. Vaughn's, near Edgerteld C. H., and
also hits relaitives at lKinnard's in Newberry DIls
tic. ; nd be maty be iturking about one of those
The nbove roward will be paid for is delivery
in ainy jail so that I can get him. Auddress mne
it Hlambhurg, S. C.
J1. 11. PRESCOTT.
Febi 2 ti' S
Strayed or Stolen,
Ri M the Stubscribemrs Planrtatiin, nemtr Redi
F Iill, about thme 15thi Dec. ln-I, FOUR It EA D
o lF CA TT . K',-nno aut dunhoredl Coiw with crop
and rond hleb in right ear atud slit ini left: inotth
r u lactik Cowy unimairknedt antither a ried Ctiw,
Iwih e'rip in left andl slit in r'ight ear, atnd mimi a
Spotted Heifer, with eai'-marks saime as red Cow.
Any imiformti on e'tnerniing thmet.mttiidressedl ho
m ait Cmlbi Sprin~gs' Post Ofil'e, will bei thianikt'ully'
reeiedl. P. 31. TI I'I alMON Di.
Feb 12 :lt o1
F Rlt ut then A li ttvmsn ()tlice a goni -ur -
15. phr paciikagei, Cash.
. ... 1 tf e1n
rax Collector't Notice.
j WILL aitend at the tin:, acd p'nets herein
A after ine'nat"i to (.'1 .et the Sta:te' :and Dis
trict 'Tax fiar t!ha year coenaalf, win;; the first !ay
of etol.cr. 1 8;1.
.1. d1. Richarlson'. Meaaiay. 2lrh 1'elrunry.
Charles Nickersnnt's, . n~la.2t
Chapan l'.- Stare, Wal iierdiy. 2111"
I crry': S Rd T!IT . 27111
Hu11 iet's rtore, I riahiy. -iia "
3lickier', faunalay, 1st Mare.
Eigelelt C. II., 1[oeri.:;.l
Daorn' M d. Jri-lay. 7th
S .l' . Willingara 1 th
Gibson's t re LI1 rI1y. 11th '
I(;.'r a~d ia a LW,v'c-Iav. 1 2th
'irs. Norri I', ] irsy, 13th
Dr. lihn Mobley's, Friday. 11th '
J. S. Smyly's, Satrday, lath
Mrs. A ilen's, 1,1ny 71
Dr. J. C. Radly's, 'Tusday, 18111
Ridge, Wednesay. I "'
Lybrand's, Thurslay. 2I1h
Jlatcher's, Friday. 21st
Gtraniteville, S tnrday. 221
]leech IlanJ, Monday, lil
llambur1, 'ihtiinii, 2h ..
Cherokeerv', aloe evening, 4 o'Plndk.
Pine i bu:-e. Fiay. 2Sri
Plensant Lane, Manlay.
.I. Cheathiam's Stae, 'fie-ay. It Apil.
Collier'..% . rtt,21 "
Real lii11, Thursday, 11 '
J. A. Talbert's or liwa Friay, 4 "
liowles' Steam alit!, Satiray, Lt
Liberty 11ill, Mrenday 7th
Shattcrlield, Tuesdi ISth a
Rountree's Store, Wednesday 'Jth
Coiopersvil'e, Thursday. 111th '
nrlett's, inky II of
L.iberty ]fill, :'- a ,t1h o
White 11,1nCe, taread I" 15th
Ned lIowle'. i.tI .iaday.let t
W aoadkal:iw 1. P. C. 1lr-raa. I th
A. 3lor an'a I'rial a Is ::
Witemtan' . . 1.all . .)1
ueday:l c. 22.1 "
Ed-mrc d C 1 T.hursd-ay, 571h "1.y
After wih time mly Buiok: tril rlIEs_ for htl~
Tax Pay, rs must mathneir returns-ity the lta
May, 4t hay "e. tar I tabu] h re elled to
leave their Exi-ruaions in the Ianals of the Slertl.
its the War Tax hats toi Le cellecteil. anal I muist
00111,161,:e: the work if t he Sate anatl District Tax
i n the 1st Jt:,e, in irler then to. eu\:,aute "
IleTtiun aby the War ,Thx.
Free: Neras in the seraiWe oa the Confeeracy
Iare erempt fa romz Taix. 'chose subaject t", iTux must
The folwing is a list Elf Taxable property
alarl the first day of' Oct rayr, 15h1, vi: Land,
eraes. Amunit of Goods, Wares anal Mer"ban.
dize s.,1ld tao the 1st JanuaIryr laist, Faiculties. Fac.
Larrage. Liplal't.ens and l'r ufesia, tiluding
lDenti.l rv, I.Jcrk of t he E.E Ert* S hcnifT Ioni~iils.
51.IneI' nl 1IWity. Ora edtinry esl h tEroyers. 9eh l
TIeachters Execanllt,) E ltarjisat 1Va';ea aver Fivae
Ialilar.I aullir.s, Town . ' I. a~oTh ri a It 'i'tre t.
alfnks. itiv.a-tc'al in Sta" ks ~ar [toe als. CouEtli' i.l.a.
of V etilue :la~terna, tra: IlalehitI aof Catt11aier"
vial Ag.ticies, Blatk . Iaack Tu:e..: yor thi r
Charter have not paril it ,ati- I.E LI e Sme I-Num-tia
her of Paca.ks of Platying .a ,l lailliiral Tit
eCs, is~ kc la daes, CaitaWe l Elf d a .nks at
i-au tat iEE'arjEraleI in r tlhE tate Pre intn,
taken lay Is uranEE. anal :1a":ariea Eaf Insaurance
Cie::airs 1~t icairl -ramted i n S , L Caolina,
.all returns mtust lie ilrEll atn oath. The p~roper
Sty muatst beL r~aIrnaeI in thet nIllu ofat e p ai c ni'aaI t..
wI i'EEE t ar.aarli LaIu gs, anday nuEt i - tle III lus
lof A torneyV. Adlinini-]rarr Trusteer or Guiardia:.
Tile lii wi reairj:renl pr lerIlat Lhe laCettitl in
tTe District in ttil it ipri.
ttria give ~al re.'s, Friday, df h "'.
A!! IrE x.l~:Ly~lrau will te r dalir ty ,' render ", tili
CaIh":ear l,. oa tiE hat 0 Elttiler ort pieces titl il l
Er: :cr ,w na, th " .
wrhich thi is atanot will Raie lItbli-iae '.lerer:atter.
sDAN. T. C. E. -.
FeT hi) tf 7
T ahn Sys ~th"
i~~.iy t ~l~i~tiL7th fA~l Vtu:a 9th "?'
Tiu'Sa~ e I dnl. d -
EdgealldS C.eit~ II. lIon a .ny 5II:hi 31.lity, l
AlEraent ye. lia t.ai ~LEtl. ~ae'il
Tiax Puyl Lars must maaaeWI the retn by . Ihe t
3 tlle, anday thmu rI.hl ecmeldt
leI eir Exeutiln tiln ftandr the SheartpiF.
tranrahe W la' TaxEhasil trao be col l lrean I tnitI
1ompl1cr t~e li o thSL*e. 11 ate r.and~ Dih str CTax
byite 1t n:,, rer thenIC.Ih e it ommnee the.
cetio a thll. ax
Fre N ~eAleA.in the .sric of thE. Confedec
n re exem pt rom Tax.. ''Thone subject t->l Taxsmusta I
he pneta li. tirIiridErfth wa.lt
TheC (hlAowin is a lil of Taxabe proEty
ywear ahe iSt dlayrg ofl Octitber, 1 badvi.:iLand
ie Ws-aitrte 1t air lay 11) li st acultie.e
torv:ag. 2 amlymeti lun Poesi o n including
Wshl~nE iia: E iui y. Ordier tar. Coroers dlEhooy
Tenebrs Dexeplla.r01 e P adi~ Wes laer Fivea
hundredn ; Opelttlar y w Loiiit, lie lat intres.
.\lealni ina.-te inh Itc r laods. Cdommsson
ber(!l ofIPAcksIAf Playin a9. sai laiellird Ta
bles, se klepliCtE blae , Ctap Iite all ofsh sankiat
at eab noth crratedinth Sae.Prmim
C m nsnt IEiiIlcfaieiinco r te in t Ca ro lll~,lin
rAll' retrn musitae inadle onoah. wiThre proer
twre>mf it re Itrly brelonglt, a unt int bhe min.
Thehi ra~es llprlwT;~~ t. heACtun.di
the. Disric inf, whchitislatd
A(! I~pLAyerS wilf hIEreiulsid t dert tE~in:
Co~ ll rlten ot the numErIi ofClLi iee ofealoH
r ilvehtr haEEn wned by~~r them, taerweato und
marke his vun. Thebeefi Erhlf tlleonneilun
hichla thir own ne .ill e riblsed heraf tetr.
la~aa ia . 1,Tat Ei. E AN.r o Tl.C ii.
i~iete1hE hrri atF01rd TileErUNtlira..
nintroiE, :E? Tatnr tal persolns utnge 'o Ien;
S\FYfor btruetyear in2 tiae eto E payte
slariirg otfed to hall i the sa om dy.
.tiv MldrShlk will he nidoc at threr pwr'sn
Dy h ornly. ruch
Aodmr einistraGtor'nst Se. Ipa
n)irnwth te Cfaib, otherwe fatthey~F witrinotih
I rltur y grofu tdghank I o ~ithe~,I len pa-l
little lte rach ayteon ark re.sptl askis'con
inance unidr the new.i da a liev t r wiln l t the
befor, ale g.Slep on idl~.(et
Ten I.lr 1 eah. tl itth ia r i 52taitaii
EAl) Ndi of wel2, at dtiewihlrr C. rii..i
Febr 2ie. thrmane ofte ek.a
of~ Ven ony tuienot poVirJF in Gou th. ill
yal this~ IaSp.rigi aboutr ixen hand aigh.
gitiant, 4terdm bye ro e Lamphtr 5th diam by
lial's I p. :nio . & . Po le was by i t~E.
Ci tin T2 alntb abti.f l y ::,.
R ES :::) iE = Exercist . on Mit.d.ay, Februn.
ry i h. I$ri2.
A " we iemlo ili-rero the patrio'i-m , r p..i-y
of i ha.:In : uI. . ar iaItions lI.h.-r in pril.ondion t.,
the enrfi:.. .'t the":r r. -.-irces--ur rates shall
be tli same a *s It year, anil n3 mnuts ensy.
L..s the -nois hotild lie estimnuted 2-y the
prier wde hem I.:. e to state : tat the *tearl.er has
tever 1tileil to give entire sI tirnesion to every
intl!iren.t tal educated I.:ttr in of the School.
Good l e~ard enn he ibtainel in reasoniable
lierin. GEFO. t'A L1lilN. Pritte.panl.
Loa .-irey. Feb 19 4ti 7
F URtN IT URE!
I hav. iw in nand i lare Stuck of LIED
11003M FUltN IT1'RE. in Set., Lif from s tit
12 iiece, lzihogany, :n:.tneled at:dl Fncy Pair,t.
ed. A s::,all ot1 it PARL R1 FURNITUIRE.
AL., SE-.WING TAsLE:-. WRlTING TABLES,
DINING TABLES. Wa.lnut-WARDROBES,
CI[A1.t1. a :ew MATTRASSES, and all articles
uSually kep in the Furniture line, most of
MY OWN idAMFAC'fURE,
Aril ail: .. soll i -r for ;;rd I-nutr iha tl.e
c:a-h i- n""" ouvetent.
I h:.e an hatnd n ruali lot of 31 E A LTC 111'
ItlA I. LA:-ES. Cildren's nostly. Alit., Ma
hegan;y CFFINS. Ali, Co.vered liaise Lod,
COFFINS, pinin but neatly trimmed. at $20,
Use of ilencse $5 per day, or trilp not over a day.
1 will continue to keep a supply on hand ready'
for delivery. J. M. WITT.
Dec i U' 511
A N i:rti.-s having CultN, 1AY, ULAiES,
r Wi! EAT STtAW fir ."n1 wit' plense
Sm.i -r;with ie tn t-rsgie.l. stating price
:. i t:.. ity:. Saks t.r Grniin enni bse turiishei.
ll:.v, 1:iuaes -r Wheat Straw ainusi ie tighi y 1-1 td
ItUT.N L Ei:, 3Lij.,r C. . A.. and
Qr. lr. in Chief 31:l. .pt. If So. Ca.
Ch:::latonu. J-in 23 3t4
Cash, and Cash Only !
Sl.iM iand after this dte I am determined to
sell t.;ROCERIES ONLY FOR THlE CASH;
:fanl will in, nn instatwe pIermLii :ay article in the
tircery line to leave the Store until paid far. I
an f.i:ed ta the adltion of this sy-ten fram The
f:wt that I have to pay the Cash fr Lill my tiro
eerie.:. I will hiewever sll u:, ebentpas the cheap
est to ea'h etnsito.:rs.
E. M1. PENN.
July 2-1 tf 29
IT'E1l C..prartnerslhip hereltifre existing under
tie nate of IIAMMU NI) & LARK was
.:veil on the 7th inst. The nana of the Firm
will I- n.-i d in settling up the hi-ines... The
N "te, :.:."I A.re:.tui:ts ni-1 he fulnnd at thle o.ld
.:and, nlow teeu.ied by Cia.t.cs 1UntIsNOn.
JAS. C. LARK.
111:tiu,, Nov. 11th, N61.
The licrs::ned having parehas.ed of Mr.
.i AM i :i C. LA ItK his iuterest in the Firm of
IIA31310iND & LARE, will runtinue the Uro
very ::uii Ciiuinii-siin hu:ines at the old stand.
Thi. hui.ess will he done fur uadh onily, it pres
ent. CiIAIRLES II.A.3MOND.
1la:nhllug, Nov. 9, l::;.
The undlersigned having oldl nout hibi interest
in t:. dri.cery iusines.- to Mr. CiHAR LES 1AM
31i)Ii. returns his tharks to his friends for their
veLry liber-l patrini:ae hestwt:ed 'n the Into Firm
f' IIA.MOND & LA R E. wind solicit a contiun
a c ot" he sumat-.: :.ir. C. I1. 310iUN), who I
hink i. aw.rthv of thc r eolialence tinl pattrunage
i: every respect.
JAS. C. LARK.
Ha~ni!arg, Novr. 9, 1.-iP1. ::t -46
State of South Carolina,
I.S C'OM!lUX J'LEAS.
l1. M. Fuller, )PccjiAs1.ua.
Stniuel iR. Fller. )
Tj iilE PlainiT in the above stated eae. having
.L'Ma day liled h i. dleclarua ion in try ifiire, anid
ii:w 1teaii nta h avin;.: neit her wife u wr A ttorney
tuw a re.side w'iithi athe limaits if this State,
ion whn oo tpies a: s.i i deelnaratIi iith ruh-~s to
icad *o lbe served. Oni muotiian of Messrz. Abns-y
& Wiri:ht, laintiff's Attirone.s, O)rdten-d that said
ih-fen:t app1lenr ni td pile-ad to saidl declarat ion
wrritin n year and a lny froim the dat~e hereof, or
li:a: I atul abisolute judgmaenit wiall be given against
Clerk's~ Offie, Octobear 1st 1:411. elyql 4
StLate of South Carolina,
1X CO.1(.lIU5 P4LEAS.
A ron A. Clark,
e4. -)'brcijin Allachmnent.
S:unnel R. Fuller.
TN i! Ei P'laintilT in the ubove stated eae, ravibg
I uis dlay filed his adeclaratio:a jn ay o0ice, and.
alhe Defendtant huiving neithier '.tid nor Attorney.
knwna to reside withain the hmiitauf this State, on
wh:n ciieis of snid Sc~eaxration with rules to
Idleol cani be serna. fOn ilautiion -ef Messrs. Abney
&t Wrght, P!lMnutitrs Attoirney.-rderedl that Siddl
D~~et.Idiit. nppiear and idenil- tu said Deelaratien
'.;:in a ye:.r anda Ia day fromt the da:o hereof, or
to;ina nu tabsolute j ad~auenat will h,: gilven againt.
Cl.rk's Offie, Oct her 1st, 1801. elyq 4ar.
State of South Carolinas,
J 1). R. MI1LLE a, .Ilmninistratour or the E.
e ait of El Iizabeth Miller, vs. lienry M. Miu
h r. .nio Mliller. Elizuhaeth, wifte f Forresat alit
c'iell. MIary luartis, Rteltee.i. wife iof Davia.
Abi!ner. liart Miller. at.j the children of Nancy.
Mlilb-r, dee'd i (nanies uanknaown.)
Wh..-,s.w. J. D. 1t. M:l:r. .\daaninistrator of the
l.:aue lizuiheth 3!illbr, dlee'd., has applied to
(ite. by y tirion in writing, p.rayin:: Itat the pro..
itdso the.Rtet Esta-v uf Eiliz-.heth Miller, de
eenaaed. inay lie puai o.ver to hii. ear so tn1
thter..f as taiy bie nec~sary ti atisly the dlebts.
... li: iitesnOite's lEtate : anad it appjetarig to my?
ael...t io en h:t Sioni M~ille.r and1 thte childreni oaf
Nt:ivey 311er. (tntaane. unknon) Defendlants in
a hi. .n , resiide beylind t he liimits of this State,
the: :are thaerefeor .tinira dl tia appear at thec Court
of orl:~..ary to I. holena at Edtield Court,
'l.~.. deiamhi Divtrict, onthe 10hday o
Mday, .\. D. 1850". tol 5(how causeS. if any they can,
why liae prioceeds of thte sale o'f the Reah Estate
V' Eti/.ethi Miller. diee'dl., simld by me, fur parti
ihn nd divisinn,. shonid tolt lie pidim iover to the
Sil .1. it. R. Miller. Adtniiitratori of the said
E~ilibt h Millee, deed.. to lie applied lay haiti to
p~tntunt of the debts of the said Elizabeth Mil
tiiven under my hand and seal, this 17th ay
of Febre~ary, A. 1)., 18til.
W. F. DURISOE, o.s. D.
Feb 19 3:n 7
State of South Carolina,
(S O RD!X,1R Y.
BY W. F. DUitISOE, Esn., Ordinary of Edge
Whereas. James Dorn haas a~plied to mie
for Letters of Admlinistraition. on aill atti singular
the ieu.imls and ehattles, rights nr.il credits of
Ja.M.creless late iif the District ttfforesaiid, dlee'd.
The.-e are, therefore, to cite andi adamtonish nl
andu zingunlar, the kindiredl nidi creditors of the said
eceesed. to be anid appenr before me,-ant our nen
Ordinary's Court for the said D)istrict, to lbe holors
tat ii.l.relield C. 1I., lin theC .1d anyl oif 3ar. nc~rt,
ti show eause, if any, whly the said administration
shiu:.li taot he granitedl.
iivena under uty hantd andl set.!, this lUth dlay of
Fiei. in the yeaar oif our ILordl one thousaind eight
hiinaired and si'sty~tii, (nnd in tho Slth year of
th-: l-idependenceo of Siiuth Carilion.
We.. it, 1 S1. .2t 7
I f B~f USINELS COTTON SEED -
'* U o lr sale. A. A. G*LOVER.