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RI dgevE$e .edlims.
The exercises of this institution willcouW
mence on Monday the 5th of the presnt
Inst. under the direction of Francis Moody,
a native of Virginia, who has had consider
able experience in his profession, We in
vite the attention of Pdrents and Guardians
to the locality of the Ridgeville Academy,
which, in ouropinion, is a place not sur
passed for health; by any in the Up-Country
and respectiblly solicit a share of their pa
tronage. Board can be procured in respecta
ble families aud convenient to theAcademy
at fron 7 to 08 per mouth.
, RATIS or TUITRoI.
Spelling, Reading, and Writing
per Quarter $3 00
The above with Arithmetic and En
glish Grammar, 5 00
The above with Geography, History,
Natural and Moral Philosophy,
Chemistry, Rhetorie, &c. 00
CL. . . WATSON,
MAJ T. WATSON, Tmtces.
U. W. PERRY,
Feb: 6. 1838 tf 1
lCokesbury Female Academy.
M RS. WILSON respectfully announces to
the public that she has resumed the duties
of her School. Thankful for the tronage she
has heretofore received, she p es herself to
devote her unremitted attention to the intellec.
tual improvement of the young ladies committed
to her care. She has associated with her, in the
duties of her School, a Gentleman, a graduate of
the South Carolina College, Minister of the
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Good boarding can be furnished at f9 to $10
The Scholastic year will be divided into two
Sessions, comprising five and a half months per
Terms Per Session.
Orthography, reading, writing, grammar
and arithmetic, :: -. $10 00
The above with introductory geography,
modem history, derivatives, use of the
globes, &c. : 15 00
The above with geography, ancient and
nodern. history ancient and modern,
introductory astronomy and botany. 20 00
The same with natural, moral and in
tellectual philosophy, chemistry, logic,
composition, botany, algebra, &c. 24 00
Music, : : ' : 3000
French, : . ::.:. : 2000
Latin and Greek, : 20 00
Drawing and Painting, : 20 00
Tzns rain iv ADvAICK.
Cokesbury, Abbeville, Feb24, 1838 d 4
DRUGS , OILS, ?f.
T IE Subscribers respectfully invite the at
tention of Merchants, Plantere. Physicians
and others to theit lot Stock of
Oils of all kinds, Paints, Dye Stuffs,
Windo:m Glass, Brushes, 4-c. Ste.
AT TUIRzn STORaS 1
HAMBURG AND AUGUSTA.
Their supply is heavy, their assortment good,
and their articles fresh.
Dealing entirely with the Manufacturers or
orKeai Importers, they can sell their goods
as 9Wl as any house in the Southern Country.
Please call and examine.
Our Store in Hamburg is next to I. L. Jr.
Fans & Co's. In Aug ustaropposite to BUALL's
or STOVALL'S Ware Houses.
KITCHEN & ROBERTSON.
WILLItA K. KArnRY,
F. M. RosanTsON, M. D.
December 6. 1837 h 45
T I1E above is auever failing remedy for that
variety of colic, so distressing to Infants,
ai-d for which the most injurious anodyne suh
stances are too commonly given. It is safe and
soothing. and instead of producing costiveness. it
usually operates gently on the bowels.
This remedy hsnow been used for several
years, wvith that stuccess and approbation, which
qtuackc medicines made to sell, cannot command.
It is extentsively used by the best physicians in
the -ountry, and to use the language of many a
mother, acts as a charm. While it alisys the
pain and lulls the child to rest, it does not leave
behind it those unpleasant symptoms, which
Lasudanum, Batemans Drops. &c. generally pro
duce. Ample directions accompany each vial;
and certificates of its eflicacy (if required) cans he
p rqdiuced from the most respectable citizens of
Caroinaand eoria.For sale b
EWSW BB.Andmron C II.
WVM. H ACKETT, Pendleton C. II.
DR. E. J. MI MS, Edgefld C. H.
Feb 51838 tf I
Petit auLt Cottos S4e'dl
THE Snbscriber oil'ers for sale about One
STuotustaD Bushels of P ET IT G UL F
C OT T ON S E EI, the p roduct of an lum
gortation direct fromt thle Hhilb of Petit Gulf in
1835. Also, a few bushels imported from thme
sutme place the last year. Thlis Seed has been
carefully selected from the early and best p art of
the last yeas's erop. Price of the former 25 cents
and the latter 60 cents per bushel. Early appli
cation must he made at his residence on Horn's
Creek, Edgefield Districu, on the Stage Road,
and five miles below the Village, opposite Horn's
Creek Meeting Horse and about four hundred
yards from the roud, on the right side going
down to Hansburg.
Jans 29, 1838 d 52
'rie Greenville Mftdtlined' and Pendieton
Messenger are roetrested to gsvo2 the above two
insertions, nnd forwa~d tildfr accounts to this Of
eefor paghtet. ___________
Rj ANA WAY from the Siubscri
bUR er on the unighit of the 5th of
Febrary last, from my place two
miles from Hamburg, S. C. a negro
man named BEN, about forty-fivo
yer lfiefe i inches high.
dlvrghim to me, or putting him
in jail so that I can get him.
Hamburg, March26, 1837 t B
ALL persons indebted to the late Jo
.t.seph Brunsosn deceased, are reques
tedl to make immediate paypnent, ass I all
persons having demands against the estate
of said deceased are requested to present
them duly attested.
THOS, BRUNSON, Admin
CALEB TALLEY, istrators.
Jan. 4 1838 tf 48
A LL Persons indebted to the late Charles
Thomas, deceased, are' requested to make
payment; and all persons having demands against
the estate of said deceasod are reqested to pre.
.set thmduatnse. JAS. F.ADA M
IL tand the ensuing Sea cu at
Thirty Dollars the Season, Twenty
Dollars the single leap, and Fifty Dollars
insurance, tt the plantation of Captain
William B. Mays, four miles below Edge
field Court House, on the Stage road lead
ing to Augusta. Ample preparation for
care and attention to mares will be made.
They will be pastured and fed on grain, (if
required,) at twenty-five cents per day.
Accidents, escapes, sickness, &c. at the
risk of the owners, although every attention
will be paid to prevent them.
NULLIFIER, is a beautiful Bay, hand
somely marked with a delightfbl coat of
hair, which shows his superior stock. Ilis
appearance is commanding-he is of the
greatest power, substantiality and strength.
He will be eight years old this spring-is
full 16hands high having superiorswre, large
bones, and is as well mnacelled as any other
horse, in this or any country, and has as
N. B.-Auy person who will make up
a company of five mares, and become re
sponsible for the payment will have the
rivnilege of putting them at twenty-five dol
The Season will commence the fifteenth
of February, and end on the tenth of June.
Fifty cents to the groom in every instance
Performance of Nullifier's Colts.
NULLIFIER'S COLTS are now run
ning as well as any colts in this country.
On the Norfolk course, Spring term 1837,
Jaue Rowlett by Nullifier, three years old,
beat the Sweepstake race, mile heats win
ning the first and second heat. Time I min
.52 sec.-1 min. 50 sec. Sco Turf Reg.
July, 1837 p. 476.
On the Broad Rock Course (Va) Fall
meeting, W. R. Johnson's b. f. by Nulli.
fier, three years old, run a Sweepstakes,two
mile heats, for which four other colts of the
best stock, were entered. This race was
lost by Nullifier's cult, but she was second
best, and contested the race most gallantly.
The last heat is pronounced "ery interes
ting and the best hat during the w eek. Sep
T. Reg. Nov. 1,37 p 559.
On the Union (L. I) course, Fall meeting
Antoinette by Nullifier. won the Sweep
stakes for three year olds, two mile heats,
winning the two first heats. See Am T,
Reg. Nov. 1837 p. 569
Feb. 1, 1838, tf 52
THE TIIOROUGI D1ttD HIORSE
W ILL stand time ensuing Spring Season
at my stable at the Ridge, ohd other
laces in the District. [For particulars see
Iland Bill.] And will attend at each place
every nimt day afterwards diidng the Sea
soil, & will he let to Mares at the rollowing
prices; 88 the single visit, S12 time Season
and $15 to iusure a mare with fiul. In
every instance thq- inusrance money will
become due as soon as the mare is known
to be with foal or exchanged. A company
of seven mares shall he entitled to a dednc
tion of $1 on each mare by one imain's ie
coming responsible for the whole. All pos
ible care taken to prevent accidents, but I
will not be responsabre for any.
GUY R IVERS was sired by Randolph's
Janus, his dam by Carolinian, grand dam
by Bedford g. g. dam by Diomede, g. g. g.
dam by Quicksilver, out of a Shark M1lare.
Randolph's Janus, and Carolinian were
both sired by Sir Archy, and the g. g, g.
dams ofboth weresired by imported Janus,
In purity of blood Guy Rivers is unsur
passedi, in beauty of color and symmetry
of form, will compare with the best horses
of the dlay. ISA AC JONES.
Ridge, Folk. 27, tf 4
Look at Thi.!
M Y imortedJack DUBLIN, five years
[,I old. will stand at my stable. only three
miles and a half west of Edgefield Court
House, the etnsuitng Spring Season, and be
let to mares at the following prices viz: #
the season and $8 to insure a mare to be
wih foal. In all cases where a mare
put by the insturance, the money wvill lbe
considered diue when it is ascertained that
she is ini foal or transferred. All piossible
care wvill be taken to prevent accidents but.
I will not be responis.ible for ay. The
Season to commence the tenth of March
and end the last of' June.
Feb. 28, 1838 tf 41
T AMO R US MfU LTICA ULIS, or the
irgeLaf Chinese Mulberry, -..,
3,000 RNESThe prodnee tog
20,o00 CTTENS ~ Cuttings of the two
20,00 CUi ~ )last seasonus.
The pice of Trees, weitout sidc branches
Under 5i feet, 25 cents each,
Over t5 and under 7 feet, 37j cents each,
Over 7 feet, 50 cents eace.
Cuttings-One eye, .$33 pdr thousand,
Two " 5
Three " 75"
The Tree is easily propaigated froum Cuttings
and the growth in the Souithern States is more
than double that in the Northern, in tihe same
time. Of the Cuttings I obtained from Princec &
Somn, at Flushing, Long Island, but 17 in 100 pro.
duced trees; oft the Cuttingsfrom them, more thn
75 from 100 was obtained, and the height of thema
is from 7 to 10 feet the present year. Thy shiould
lhe put into the gond between this anid the 1st
of A pril. The above Trees and Cuttinmgs are for
sale by JONATIIAN MAl1EG8,
N. fl-They will be enrefully packed and soent
to order. on remittance necoimnmying the order.
The Cuttings can be sent by Stage.
Jan 6, 1838 2nm 50
The Chronicle & Sentinel, Charleston Courier,
Columbia Telescope, Greenville ut ountainieer,
Edgefeld Advertiser, Athens Banner, Mfilledge
villa Recorder, Mfacon Telegraph, Cohnntbus En
quirer, and Savannah Georgian, will publish the
above weekif, for two months, and send their
bi u oti tce.-Augusta Constitutionalist.
MOURNING MATEIEWS. living 6
.miles east of Cambiridge, on the old
Charleston road, tolls before me, a blood
flay horse supposed to be nine or ten years
old, no marks or bratnd. Appraised to
D, E. DAVENPORT, J.Q.
,Feb. 7th, )838
State of South - atrolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Win. B, Branhod, vs. ATTACuar.
John M. Frazier.
7 IE Plaintif liaving this day filed hisdeclara
tion in the above case, and the Defendanu
einjg without wife or attorney, known lobe withia
the State. upod whom a copy of said declaration
with a rule to plead, could be served: It is Or
dered, that the said Defendant do plead tb tha
said declaration within a year and a day, fron
this date, or judgment final and r.bsoluto will hI
given against him.
GEO. POPE, c. e. P.
November 21. 1837 aqd 42
State of South Cn1rolinia.
IN THE COMMO-N PLEAS.
Arthur West, vs. SUMPSIT.
A. H. Patrick.
T HIE Plaintitf having this day filed his deeml
ration in mly Office, and tie )efendana
having no Wife or Attorney known to le inl tilc
State, upon whom a copy or the declarationa aa
lee served, Ordered, that the said defenanalaut do,
atpcar and make hsis defeice within a year and :
day fromt this; date, fir final and absolute judg.
ment will be awarded ngninst him.
G(EOlit.E POPE, c. c. .
Clrk',. Oree, Edgerseld, A pril 21, 1l:37 ebi 12
State of South Canolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS
Win. I. Bitler, vs A-rTACISNT,
William Cook. AssuamPSET.
T HE Plaintiff in this case having onl the 7tL
E dav of April, 1837, filed his declaration ia
the Cleri's Olice, and the Defendant laaving nc
Wife or Attorney, known to lae in this State, upml,
whom a copy of tle said declaration mainy le serv
ed: Therefore ordered. that ithe said defndliant di
appear and make his defence within a year and.1
day from tiae filing of the said declration r ftina
:nad ubsolut judlgenanmt wilhea forthwith awarded
to the said PlaintilT.
GE.ORGE POPE, c. c. '.
Clerk's Ofire, April l8, 1837 1I tf
State of South Carolina.
IN COM3lON Pl.EAS.
Jacob Caamberlin, Attarhment in Assuit
Suir% Ivor, vs. Toe Notes-Damage:r
John A. YoVtnng. ) 35:3 50 eIs. .
T NE Plainatill'hleaving this day filed his dec
laratiOn inl tlis case, il the Clerk's Ogre
and the said John A. Yoaung laaving no willt or
atoraney, known to be in this province, upol
whom: a caopy of tle said dechartion wit a
special order of the Coart endorsed thereon, car
he served: It is therefore Ordered. thiat the said
John A. Young do appear and innke his defence
with a year and a day, from the filing of the sait
declaration, na aforesaid, or final tid nasolut<
judgment will be aiarthlwithgivenad awarded ibi
the said plaintiff.
JAS. WARDLAW, c. c. i.
Clerk's Office, Jn. 17, I833 duq .)1
State of South Cat oil;,.
IN THIE COMMON ILEAiS.
Walk.er, Covi:jgtonl &,.
I.air, v-so I'oreign Attmrac aent,
Park & Fowler. Asuinpsit.
W H EREAS the I'laintitTh did this dav fil.
their declaration in the office of' tli.
Court, against the Defendants, who are absen1
fromaa and without the limits of this State, (as it is
said) and having neither of them a wife or attor
ney, known within the same, oan whom a copy of
titm t orauctumi, wit -., . -. .. L&
to bse served: It is therefiore ordered, that miteLe.
fendants do rppear tend plend to the said declara
tion, withina year and a day, otherwise final aend
judgment will be givena and awarded against them.
JAMES WAILtDLAW, c. c. r-.
Clerk's Office, Nov 17, 1 37 daq 43
State of' South t'arolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
N. K. Butler & Co. vs. Attachmen t.
John B. Muirrah. Assampsit.
T IN E P'lainatitfs havinag thais day filed thesi,
declarationa, and thte Defianant havina
neither wife nor ataornmev, knaowaa to lie in this
State, ordered. that if the said Defenadanat do
uot appeasnr anad manke his defenace, withmin a venar
andl a day from: alais date, final and amhasolnte
indLemeant shall bae forthwith givetnad awvaded
for the said Plainatifis ina~attachinent~a.
JAMES WVAIIIDLAW, p.c. r.
Clerk's O6ice, Dec. 4, 1837ag1 45
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Adamas Parmnelee & Ce, vs. Jul.: A. Yonang,)
S. Kneeinand & Co. vs the Sname,
Stoddard Birch & Co. vs the Suamet. I
Iames Q. Bozemanms vs the Same.
Tj II E Plaintmilfs in thec above stated enses
hLIaving thils day tiled thseir declaratins
:n my oflice, at Abbeville Couart Hlouse:
Drderedl thlat thea defendanat do plead thmereto
~vialhin a year and a day, from thais date, or
usdgnaents by defanlt will be rendered a
JA S. WVAR DLAW. c. c. P.
Clerks Ofice, May 9, 137. 1-am
State of' South Carolina.
ABBE VILLJE DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
1. R. Wihlon, & Co. vs.
TlHE Plainatiirs in this case haaving filed
-tthird declaration iaanamy ollice, at A lbhe
tille Court Ilouse, on the 24tia day of Mnreha
1837: Ordered, that the defenadanat do plead
laereto wvithain a year and a day, froma that
late, orjnadgmient by defalt will lae enadered
J1AS.WVARDLAW,~ ec r.
Clerks O11ice, May 9, Is837 12m
T OLLED before mei ont the temah inst.
by Jercemiah Cook living oat the Block
er Road, tena miles above Edlgelield C. IN.
two horse maaues a (lark bay and a browna
bay, both judgedl to beo three years old next
sprmng, nad apipratised to lae woarth sevetnty
dlollars eacha, nao branads p~erceivabale.
1~oh 13t i A AARON INIL L, 3. P'.
V ETHI1NGTrON, livinagna
Redy-creek meeting house, tolls hec
Foreo me an iron grey haorse 8 or 9) years old,
bour feet elevena inches high, has thle amp
peat ance of onace having~ thme fistuaha. A p
rraisedl at $t35.
PETER QUATTLEBUMI, J. C.
Febt ., 19r
!t-Aate of South (arolina.
Hlenry flooe and
Eleanor loore, vs.
Juo. Buauskett, Aln'r. Bill fir Arrount aald
of Jno. iMoore,dee'ed. sctlemcut.
Wi. J. Wighliamani
and wife. and anotiher.
V I I J. Comiplainvants having filed their bill in
the Court of I-:quity fir Edgelield District,
in the! State aroresaid, claiming thiat they, aid till
Defuidants Ann Wigmtnan, and her sister -
iharknessifiving, are entitled to te estlateio i
lhe intestato Jolhn Ailome, dcmeased, ill egnal 'i
Siare, on motion of Grilin. Comnplainant's So
licitor, it is Ordered, that all persmms intere-ste l
in the settlemenit of said e.tate, ti) aplpe:r amd ,
interpose any oijecton, which they cm aif righit
mnake to the- distrilition of tie said estate, is
praved for ini tie hill. eifore tie Comimaksioner
of time said Comrt, at E-gefiel Court I onse, on
or before tie fourili loudahv inl May1 ixft.
Peb. 23. 18:Q me .
It is firtier ordered that liie aiv. he pub
hislihed Air thire nonmuths in o mt more publia
Gazettes inl thi., mState. W31. 11A.1i',t.
'tate of' South C ralina.
Q QIT 1'Y.
reitimund Breihanpt, -
Adin'r oft Ge'rtrtmle J Breit.
hanipt, vh-cms:-em, v- 4 Il0l fAr Injunction
John hnmskeait. 'al ritz- 1B/iff al Ac.
zimtinons, itobert W:mts. un.
-Erxvvtsir.t of Christin
fireithanplit, dh ceased, , t A.
T appearing iinta ny atei ion. tli:a thae II
.Efriaants 1a1i1i -it:-.simiion. 1 )suim Grv:vry,
Ann E Gre-gory. Ormondft Gre-enrvr. 3lary I;,
grai. mil d4oan Breihamupt. r-s hid bvond fll!
limiits ol this -:aite. om immi momi aof, Gr. ilin. comi
plinnt sliior rred, that thel sanid Pat:1. , ( .:
sian, Amt 1 , Ornui , m l r an lmd Smni do ap
lpe:m am pi-mld. anm-wr or dnmi ler to, i.-4Ia liil
within three muinti' t1 mi Ow mibepbeata of thiis
order, or the said hi! v. *il Ie taki.an pro confesso
Ugainlst Iiem. J. T i-:,it fe
Feci) 7, 1M18 1:3t I
State of, Souith Can-olinla.
lenry 3mimore and
Eleatior Aloore. %s.
John l:ian-kiit. I. illfer .enunt aum
Adin'roftJeii(. 3linore ' mut.
Wmi .1 Wimhmtmar:
ani wilfe ali o har-<
'1' "p1pemm g min 11iv satisffetiol. tiat --
Ilarkneas, the siIi'r of the defAidmm. Am
Wightmimanm, iW she is alive. resides hwrmil tle
limits of this State'. oi imtinmi of Griilin. com
plainmits siivitir. oderedm iliat iime said -
Iarknes, 0do appiear mnd pil-a. maniwer air dei
imir to this Bill wi;in thre manoimhs froimim tli,
puitblicatioi: of* this ordir. or tlat the. said hill lie
t:kena Pro runfesso agaiiiI he -r.
J. T R'I IIY. c- c F:
Febl 7, 1:3S 1:t i
State of South aroliina.
ICDG i l i). D)~IS~t CT.
John W IImerrd and Isiae '.
Ifeur-!, vs. 11. [L. Wiqflng,
T ppearing to an .msatifaetion that Iar
.he] II. - Windin.otherwise Cnllh-i BI. II.
Windimg. tie lefeanmmitimm inl tie abov stat'd
case, resides witimotit time limlits of this iS are;
therefore, on motion of Jinmskelt. Coun
plmaianmmt's Solicitor, ordered that the smaial
defemndant do pkem, answer or demnr to the
L;ompinnanu-s mit, wNVImn tnree murnl r ]
from tile piubliation hereo, or sail ill Vi!l i
he taken pro conife.o ngainst him.
J. T It Y, a. i.:. i. m. d
Coini'er's Oflier.-, F dyeiielah, FJi 27, 1m1f .1
State of South Carolina.
Mark Riley, vs. WVilliam fihev,
Isante Riley, WVilliian L ewis mmmd
mamma Ilary his wife, & Saryv Iiley.)
T apperinm t mnsiisinetuion thant thec
'. ile, residie ini the Stamte iif .ilmmab amal n m
thme dcemmiendants .1lin Ii mvead amm 31 ary' hisb
wife, andI Sarahmli iley aresiide ini the State ofi i
Illinoris, on imomtionm ofi Jamimes J. ( ahiwell, I:
Solicitor, ordlered limit thei s:mml dleiemlanmts
whomi are wtithoumat tihe linats of this Smtte, 4do ~
piend,ainswer or1 dheaunr tom time Coiigiim p i 's
B i of 'otmplhmiait, witint three' monthas from
the ptubliemntiona hmeuof, orm time smtimd Iil tiil
lie taiken pro confea~sso amgaimmst them.
Com'e~r'sO(l~ic, li eihl, Ieb-n'~,I8:t- .1
F. & C. Ymarall, vs. p
ilarthia l* Windinmg.---Shohmer Avv-rcu ! m:.ryr.
& Bunminig. vs. time Nmamme.
W II l lAS thei llantiif dida this dtay' filem'
~hemir delaramtiona in time I tlieni mi' this
Couma. againmst thae I tesi~anmt, whlo is abasent frmm
andl withuit thme liinitis maf thn Mmtte, (ais ii is smaidl.) J
atmi hamvimmg nitheia -r wad air attrnaav kuonmi ma with
ai: thme same, oni whimi a ucopy oif i le eckrationis
wvitha a rule tom pleadmi theremma amnghit tom bei sermved:
It is thmerefoire omrdered'. that then deilmboit appeatmmr
inad pmlead tom the aid demi m~clamrmiatin wvitin a yem'ar
anid am day, thmer n.' ise' fiai judigamnt wvill be. giveni
mmndi amwaraedmainsimt haimi.
Cletrk's O)ice'i. Deem' I, 18:;7 a,.mij '
Stalte of Soth Ii a*rola:. t4
IN T Ill- CM)M1Io0 y Jj;1
Johnim I.migani vst. pi
Jameis .31. Imiand inima. Ar r Acttirr
SIil Fl(FA the~'mmii laintitm'ihiah this dlay filedl
hViis decla'elm uimma mposit thme I Del:dant
whoam rm'sidems beiyomnd thn liaait mo' tis Stmate, miand
hmt aag nithetr wvili air mttr'nnay n iinm teimmnte
uponmi whomma m a copy of' smiahi ermirtiona with ma
rulea ta lme:aul thearetom, amamy lie served'a. It is I r-1
dlere'd, mhati the salid )aei.'a~ldant doi l:al tam tihe
said declamrationm witinm a year andmalm am. t'rm
this diate, mther'wise linaml minial absiohlimte jmmilg ttmn
wall lie awarddt against hima.
(harks OliG' F.lAtG . PO Pl, c. a. e. |
Stato of South Carolina. '
DUGEsI"JC LI) D)ISTIRICT.'
iN TiIII2 CL'31310N PLE-.IS..
Imarkini Grillin, v*s. 2 t
Thioas. M. C'lark, suarvivir ( .ttvdlnrntfl.
TU I l'iPlintitl'hiaivinmg hilinag hisdebrtnin
.thsase, andl thn deeani'ammt hamv ing itheram r
wvit'' mnor attioa aacey knownuvi tam be ini th'is Sitat". O r
dleredthbat theaidd iimefendanmmitdoi mapear madleadi'i
tomli ithplainidf's udeclamratimm witin a yemar mandm a
ay froam thai pubmlialim omn lherniat' o.iandymentaa
absohite iH l be awardeda amgaaimsi haim.
('leria' ormee. . :mt J:. st7. u1 'ml
State of South Carolina.
I N J-' Q T7 WI.
Areold, 1lethin !iobeto' n, 1i1'1 to
Rt-whel H1igha11n, anad :;w1h1irs fulrrrlare
idul Admitittrattor of tibrit | Mertyge.
P. I)ilt. h.
T1 appeiai to may salis4atction 1!1.;t Willi:nni
Lyon and Virginia S. his witle. Jud1e I.
)jlph. Wm. P'. IDelphi, Rsobert J. DI-lph, 31tarv
'. I elph, artha G. -lipia,e& Loma-ia E-'. Delli,
eirs of* liiert '. Ilph, some o tiht' dile e
antsm inl this case, reside benvomi the( limits tif thii.4
;tate : Ordered that they dio severally itiwe;:r
mi plend, answer or des'murtoi the Hill aoresaid
ithhti 1 tree montl trns the daIte fr tif dw pili
a;mit#n fo;of, or the said hill will, as to then re
rectively, be talm pro ronfesso.
WV M1. C'. ItI.A (*K, C. E:. , 1. D).
Cmm'r's Ollice, Feb0. 126, P43 ac fi
State of !ouith Carolim.
)tri ihaean, vs. 3largarei
Iletlerszon, John liihe. A 1i/ to
tl-- heirs .1ad .\1hnini-trntrs - forrefor
of* Williatn li: *esjim. innld A tIrtgor.
of WIlim I Ii.es. stn. j
I apt-::riig to mity sati.,::etiiln thamt of* ith.
deles:.hallts inl this ca* .. .bunes- L.. Ilod.e, S
!ieard Elode, John ter John W. I kdp(<,
Vale-r or Wai. Jamdves .ne Stone and :li-va
ethi his will'. Jrvsmw W iiiiaims amid 1ney Li . wifi..
aines Tomion (or Jamsne Townes ct: ll his
viin,. WillY Cromins and F-raniky heis wi11-~11m
::rh I indges, In-ir s of' William ilodgevs~jr. amlli
r Williimi I lindes, selt. re4ide lityoiinl tihe- limits
I'thik 'State: Ordered that thew do veverally ap
var ;nl jlead. answ:ter or denmr Io the umve
intntionzetl bill. within tiree tmontirs rin the
afe0of the Imbllicati-tm here4 of. fir Iihe saidt bill will,
to) th emi re-petiely. he t.klien prg rneorsui.
W.\M. C. Itii.A(', c. I:.'1.1. 1).
n i ieb, ti ;Wi
ABE IL E DeO ~ lIS1111111r.
A I1:v I. 1.1 1 -T.ti T
atrick Ii:mrin. v, lizablptln Pill [tp (err.
SillPI1ia too b ll ildeyse. gae
U. litht ('ulits wilow. ;11nel ICichard Unlien.;
uld ijah CIInilen-. sonls of* William CuillenIs, de
tas'ed, eilll;nts itt ti. vase. reside lheyoid thet'
mits ifi* this State: O rde-red that thew s'evIaIv
t appear atnd pad. aiswer i- de'ultr to II'
ill .'osad witin thliee month116 Creme the pitth
eantion ot t.is ort r. or tih ':til lill will. aus to
ti respeiCtivl. ILe. .ken ;-r' rm''tOi'hsso.
W.M1. C. 111 .A C. . 1.. D.
Coimn-r's Ollice, Alarh a;. as:r 6
Ntate of South Car'olinta
ABBHEVILI,- 1) IS'JItlCT,-.
Patriekh Dimean. v., ?le:r l//n/r-m
h4uitgfes & Valnline 11114 . N Aart'age.
I apiarmy too ln ititheim 0 tat Iiehani d
4:11fee . 4e -f te dh - la t.- ill this.: .
nIAles h14y1nd( lite limti-. litf fli- Slaw'' 0Jr.-red.
ti h iiaiple:r :141 phii':td. answer or lntmir
11:6- b #1;, af sa id, n% idhio ihre:- imnts flrom I:h,.
0- fthe puhI mlitilmn hereof. oi thev --aid hill
Nl. -s to him. in- :akni ri ronji.--.a.
W.\. C'. 1i.A t Il. C. P:. A . D).
Coim'r- ( Jliei', l'1 h. -a; lS: c ai 5
"tate of South Carolina.
A HREY I 1-1E DiSTR ICT.
I.N IQ q 'IT v.
Patrick Dlai:en, vs. Jolmn lill tol/errcise
Vilkon & l argaret Wilson, Afort.
Sa1ipiparing to mi satiiaetion that Jolh3 'if
this cas., re-ide- ley mi the limit1 ofiltis St:te:
Irderl th:at hie d1o ipea;c;sr and pleii'. :mwer ,r
emsr Ito t!.- abloe na:1 11:44 it. n% inii thre-,
thil- f'rim the d:ate of' the lical ion herii.
r ::t idl hill n% ill -s to1 hill.. he t Ikesp orn
Wso W31. 1.1 1A K I, .I:
Cor HOlice. I'vb. ti. i--i :d- 5
S tate of Soiut (rolina,
AI~l:JI h.L*-' l)lS'fR ItT.
4;'' .los: lil 'r::is i. $ Atir'tengr.
T1 atppea'ring toim itti'i.,heiton th:at Josephli~
p 4yo ntea limio hi S~tloat: trer dti in :jh
..tiwr nplna. ce i'tm ltattt.- itt dtor toi'the
itti ari wiui ii tin tree mont':i:*'' 11.t f'ite.
III of Sulcainhrof.rthe (~ i boil illb
IN l.41 ITlY.
iliristo A Wio ,w
.41arv Ta ttom.ta Mtn-t..,
T ap'p3ear'i t: my iat.letitt:. tha t. i'.mi
ir. Ta ltim reide itho 'niuta' Ih litit ofil this
rir ii an.swe~ ir or m nr to thbill ti-- ca..e
hithin thr lan he fromtlut the d~te of tit puli
ation orli toe t the .ai bl il 11 ':-jl pro' conti-'to
roi's o t tiaid CIlat '.i *Tnat Im. m~l
ommu'r's Oflirr, .hldcrri/u-. .lag n ,1-.; :os :a
-ta Ie ol' Souith ( url'O ina.
l. EQ-:/tI T I .
Joh .\.n~ 'ui.:til i'i i / a l;i-criry,
itluttnr. J paliiition awlac
J1 o -i ;ti .- aol.Itii rot .ttrit w o
T .epen.tto i yn t-in thiaeiri~icwtJones
-.ne Iwtt it hout th is ofunc, u thitltateit is thre-l
reO rd hat t ayscsvtihy Opaid Jmnes Donb do'~1 uni
rar fi~l ae r denirUtne l ilmrt teni hi of om
la0"int minih carfe, nithi threte mothO frtom fhe
ute ofthic ntice., or thne irl hill ill beitn taken
rilon cone c a rgain-- .Oasngnit thei.dJae o ald.
Wspctiy l 1v..1. s . : .n
onrs i Moberi/, . tz,e; art;'
l inis -.'Q IT Y~l.
nron N.m xt l & at h er P uei ll hv il.i~iSi,
and~&'i'i others. rj t re7 tio,&c
B/ is IL.re, Vene1/ I l It C E 31. 1I 17T II > 1,
isq. Governoir nel oeCn,:leUl1r-in-cihf
t(111nd orcr lte Stltk of Sou;ljig ('urolisu':j
E xee v-rf vF- D1 ' :e.:r.11::s -r, .
Colunmbi:a, luthJl Febl,jdS
l''.EIt E A~ . inithaiantfin has been re
4eetved at this I)epartment, that AltN.
AleCoir did, -1h10ut two years sago, feloni
onsly siteal, take, and carry awav a Ne.ro
man sla; ve, the )roperty of T. r. R,..N N N.: .
of Sn aoter Di stra t, inl this State, ato dill
11so, ablentt the u;itle tinme, felollniously s lteal,
enai carry away thiree other Negro
slaves, the property of WI.LIs SJ'ANsef
lihe lii.riet ;:n State :i0resnid and haih
Since fled C'romt jusliec
NOW K N( AV VE, 'Ihat to the intett
the satidl ilina 3hy inniy be broughilt t1)
lj;il tri l a e'uli ptliishtrtineit for the
ci liues ;liore'qail, I i hiereby oiler a ren ard
Sthree iutidred dolilats for the appreihen
n a delivery of the said Mina AleCov,
fito any jail within this Stall.. T:c said
ina Al1:toy is abuttt fic fie;r tent inu-ces
high. ratler slender atle, weiih is nhuit
1-10 poides, oatuatiral complexion"itir, but
otnnewhat weaiher heaten, dark hair, IiI;
vkage, full] hite teeth in fiotnt, and shows
them very plain when latghing or in cot
versation,. left eve onit, 'whiebi is very Visible
fhill.th1the1hall.h. :not entirely sunk11 shooll
di- round, with arms- thrown a little forward
;nd1 Voice mtrilingh t.a.,al.
Givent tntider oy. 1 h1 111d and11( the seal oiftho
State, tins iuinetceenth day of Febritinary, itn
the var of our ILord otie tlosnal eight
himrAred ::tl thirty-ei-ht mnd ill the sixtv
slIerAl yea r- ,t thev: inllu eth'-itdence or the
i1ntited States ol .merica.
P'. 31. B - ItR.
fI. S.- -) By order.
It. If i .%xo s.
Secret-ary of State.
1 (1/ His E.rcufellncy 15:.C - . .I
.Esq Governor and Connma:dcr-ini-Citf
in unt orr the State of SoutIE Carolina.
W If LI E EAS in formation Ias been re
ceived by tiii I )epintnent tait a
certain free man of co!or, natued Tom
Arclc-r, was. oif or abott the 12th of3March
last, feltitotusly atakcnl and Carried nway
fron the house of Widow 1Hill, near the
-ish Dant Ford, itn the District of Chester,
ly two whitei men. who called thetmselves
. lexatnder A reherl an - IInrris.
Now utxNow ri:, That to the intent the said
Archer mad Harris inay be brought to legal
trial aid corign punisinnenit, for the sib
duction and ollence aforesaitd, I do iereby
offer a reward of three hundred dollars for
the apprelensioni and delivery of' the said
Archer and I larriq, or one hundred and fifty
dollars for the delivery ofeither ofthem,into
any jail itt tii' St:ute.
It is also stated tita! two whi'e men of tho
above 1 ses were atJKitairstml. -niatjq
Comity .1 a iama, a t-snt the I M .at
A pril Ilast, n ith tle sa id boy Tom A reher,
a iltere olk-red himi fir -:anle as a slave; but
otn tlie -:ild bioV dle-l;ariung he wa-t a treeman,
io1 sale cold li l efficled; atni that they
carrieil himl froimt there, and said they were
-(ium- to Greti(brough.
Gi vent tinder tmy hand and lite seal of the
tae, thi~s 21ht iy of I )eeeuilo, I -S7.
[L. S.] !i the (ioverntir,
feb27 ~ Lecretairy of Stte.
NEW STiA'iT E UEII'EA 1'I*AEfl,
tlihe Gen-i. liery )i (;a0- :N, iaivingu I-eil- his
pimitei to ret ire :ahiogether t6 t)iini the re:S, n
htse det mned01 ( to e.tabli-.-h a1 )-w pc'ht~iei
joutrnail at the seast of the Ge-ra overn n< ~-rsit ,
toa vindienat d it ::en lilm proiwiiles it the jie
eni?tayid the sPI vil is of itc ii a i it I .a.:.
l'.sitiire, ?te edlitor 'f tl-he itiita.ctr. :;t 5hiiI in
the corse oti w< i or twoi . i.,tni a ml r jyp r.
ai to lie caxll the WASI i 5;T1. \ cIlg n .
M1n. Unr u.s : wvil have :he exciive edciitoala
-onitrol oft the paper ma;.iil.:. 5 it iS t:.tetedtd to
snpplty the place iof thte H i-Stlaer. we hi~ ai .-l
arran::ii ntit s w.avh I sen. Du)ti Ireenu by whichof
if;*e ot, s ana nii 'e ha~ - hoiundji (atielves to
hurish athe ( t ' s: t o hait- sutteribeirs at the
5:tne lpi i.-e- pa id ti thse la tforiter. 'This airirange
ineit wei ho;-'e'. w:5.! i. I tnfationi to all. as thue
m-w. ~ paper wi'I ti. ei ot the saime size, and edi
t.! byl thle samei geol.-mant.
iltinlrc.ati. n is tnade at this time, it: or
idir that thei .-nbserrbers to the tteaiarmeitr, antd the
pitutbe eegriily, ma:iy know~ that~ the Stater liig hi
or ipulican einnse willI not be sutrreiidereud at
the seat ot ilhe 1'eiheral (aovernmienit. Many~ let
ters hav beens-t re-iiedi atnd ingttnies maode in
rei-irence tio the -t trh.et, to n hairi thiis annuiatai
Thle I tnjse l: will be puli edl tri-we1kly,
duiniti thei "i'-.ioni e of *iitngress, ass:d semni-wie!ey
durmtyn the reces-. it -. per anitni, it paid at
the eiii othei yeur or .M if 1paidl in :ivaii.
Subsei-iht rs to thei Itirmier, whos have p:iidl i
adainie tb-r that [st per. w all re e-ii e the Itricheb
dur ig thii. perniid b e wich ii they im~ e bietn su-te
is r-tf-ired to thue aid.hii s ofC the editor, wthich
will aippear ini the tir-'t nuaztmer.
YZ. W. D)-'.N A.\.
iushdn(-y,Aoi10 1. ti
TI1l- E nndernsietneil itening to be abuent
- rmt thlis Staito iad thea St-ate of Sott
Casrolinat, af:er the 1st oif A pril naext, ri
quetsts thatt aay chsimtta agaiittst hinm maty ii
lhandedO~ in to Johnt hI. Untieun. Atags:a,
Richard Atkrson, Sotth C'aruhaa (or to
lan selft. And he1a regnjtests to--se gaintr
winall hie laos claims to settt lietem n ith
thte two ttnamed persons or nithb haimsch'
lb-fort hte sets (ont.
JOhIN HPUGEst, fsea.
Atinat-st a, .lama. ,\ 18:- nie M -
'The i;dr-,elieh A dve raiser wil! pubiilh thin
abve fi'r' threte maothis and. senid naeonuit
to tire A a::stai Conatitutionai t om~l-..