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W IL -n th e rr-0t 4 .ta it
Thirty Dollanr the Season, Twenty
Dolitgstlhe sngle leap, and Fifty Dollars
itsurauce, -lit- the plntation of Captain
William B.Atays, four miles below Edge
field Court House, on the Stage road lead
ing to Addjusta. Ample preparation for
care and attention to mares will be nadnle.
They will be pastured and fed on grain, (if
required,) at twenty-five cents pqr day.
Accidents, escapes, sickness, &c. at the
risk of tle owners, although every attention
will le paid to -prevent them.
NULLIFIER, is a beautiful Bay, hand
somely marked hvih a delightful coat of
hair, which shows his superior stock. His
appearance is commanding-he is of the
greatest power, substantiality and strength.
He will be eight years old this spring-is
full 16 hands high having su porior size, large
hones, and is as well im uscelled as any other
jorse, in this or any country, and hos as
N. B.-Any person who will make up
a company of fivotuares, and become re
*1spnsible for the payment will have the
privilege of putting the:n at twenty-five dol
Faris th Season.
The Season will commence the fifteenth
of February, and end on the tenth of June.
Fifty cents to the groom in every instance
,Perfornance of Nulifier's Cols. ,
NULLIFIER'S COLTS are now run
Ilina as well as any colts in this country.
Oin the Norfolk course, Spring term 1,937,
Jane Rowlett by Nullifier, three years old,
beat fhe Sweepstako race, mile lients win
nine the first and second heat. Tie 1 minit
52 see.-1 Un. 50 see. See Turf Reg.
Jtly, 1837 p. 476.
On the hroad Rock Courso (Va) Fall
mleeting-, W. R. Johnson's b. f. by Nulli.
fier. three years old, run a Sweepstakcs,two
mile heat-, for which fbur other colts of the
best stock, were entered. This race was
lost by Nullifier's colt, but she was second
bc t, anI contested the race most gallantly.
Theo last heNt is prononneed very interes
ting and the best heat (luring the week. See
T. Reg. Nov. 18:7 p 559.
Otn the Union (L. I) cotrse. Fall meeting
Antoinette by Nullifier, won the Sweep
stakes for three year olds, two mile heat,
Winnig the two first heats. See An T,
Reg. Nov. 1837 p. 569
Feb. 1, 1838, tf 512
THlE THOR0UGl BRED IIORSE.
1 E R C L IN IIE
W ILL stand thdI enstuing Spring Sea
s Bon, commencing 'nm the lot., instan,
at James Rogers', 11th at Richardson's,
12th and 13 atTurner's Store, 14th at Glov
er's Hoel,--deficl C. II., 15th a, Pine
House, 16th and 17th at Jurden's, on Edis
W, and I8thatnd 19th at my Stable on the
Ridige road, and will attend each place
every tenth day until 10th of June. le
will be let to mares at $8 the singlo visit,
$12 the season, $15 to insure. In every
Instance the insurance money will become
duo as soon as the mare is known to be
with foal or exchanged. A company of
seven mares shall be entitled to a dedcetion
oh S1 on each mare by one approved man
becromting responsible for the whole. All
possible care .aken to prevent necidents,
but I n ill not he responsible for any.
For particulars of his Pedigree see hand
bills. R. WAR D.
Ridge. March 10th 1838. de 6
TilE THOROUGH BRED HORSE
W, LLst and the ensuing Spring Season
a it tmy atable at the Ridge, ahd othier
plares in the District. [For particulars see
Ii and Bill.] And will attend at eaich place
every ninth day aft erwvards dparing the Sea
son & will he let to Mares at the followingr
prices ; $8 the single visit, $12 the Seasoa
and $15) to insure a mare with final. In
every instance the itnurate money w-ill
become due as sootn as the nmare is known
to be with foal or exchanged. A company
of seven mares shall be enatitled to a d~ed uc
tion of $1 on each imare by one man's be
coming responsible for the whole. All pos-.
ible eure taken to prevent accidenats, but I
wvill not be responsible foar any.
G U Y RlV E RS wvas sired by ft andolph's
Jauts, his damn by Carolinian, grand datm
by Hledforud g. g. dam by Diomuede, g. g. g.
datm by Quicksilver, out of a Shark Mare.
Randolph's Janus, and Carolinian were
both sired bay Sir Archy, atnd the g. g, g.
danm ofbotth were sired by imp~lorted Janus<
In pursity of blood Guy Rivers is unsuar
passed, in beauty of color and symmetry
of form, will compare with the best horses
of the day. ISA AC JONES.
Ridge, Feb. 27, if-4
Look at This I
M~JY imported Jack DUBILI N, fiv-e years
IJold. will stand at my stable, only thr-ee
miles and a half west of Edgefieki Court
ifouse, the enstning Spring Seasoun, and lbe
let to mar-es at the followinag prices viz: $5
the season and $8 to insureo a mnire to be
with fonl. In all c'nses where a mare is
put by the insurance, the money will be0
considetred due when it is ascertainaed that
she is in foal or transfer-ed. All possilule
care will he taken to prevetnt accidents bt
I will not- be respouasile for atny. Th'fe
Season to commsence the tenth of March
and end the last of June.
W. [H. MOSS.
Feb. 28, 1838' tf 4
IBroughat to time Jail
O~F this District, a negro man lay the
namDuae of Nathan, about 6Oft. high, very
black, upper front teeth ont or very sliori.
Nathan ts bet ween .55 and 60 years of age,
a small scar on his foroehend and some tin
his left arm, no other marktsof importanace.
lie hans some free passes for N. Car-olina.
lie says ho beclongs to Mr. inisev, living
in Mariont County, Georgia. Tihe owner is
reqnested to come forward, prove property,
pay charge'., and take him nwsay.
C. J. GLOVEiR, J. E. D.
March 17, 1838 tf 7
IIietorIcaI Colleculo nm of !!. Cmrolin.
.BR B. R. CARROLL.
T 1118 .'ork is now ready for dolivery to Sub
piaee. A few extra copies for sale.
Novomber. JME7 tf .1I
BLOCK TIN AND JAPAP
IPff R E.
T H1E Suscriber has on hand a very large
Supply of ready made TIN WARE
of all descriptions, which heol'ers at whole
saic or retail, at us low prices as can be af
lorded in this part or the country. He has
also a large supply orthe newest fashion of
JAPAN WARlE,together with English and
Block Tin Ware of'excellent quality. Also
Copper and Sheet Irou Ware-Sheting
and Brazing Copper,-Block tin, Stove
Spelter, and Tin Plate-all of which he of
fers for sale low fur cash, at No 168 Broad
streer, Augu-ta. B. F. CIEW.
The subscriber ieing truly thankful for
the very liberal patronage heretofore be
stowed upon him by hi- friends and the pub
lie generally, respect fully solicits a contin
unee of their favors-mud offers his servi
ces in either of the following branches of
his business-Copper Tin, Sheet Iron, and
Roofing B. F. C.
Augusta, Ga., March 5 tf5
A C A R D.
IL. JEFFERS t& Co. ncknowl
. edges rencwed obligations tto their
friends and customers for the very liberal
patronage heretfore bestowed on them;
and heg leave to annonnce, that they have
now onl hand, and will continlue to receive,
a well selected assortment of GOODS,
Brown and Loaf Sugar,
Green and White Coll'ee.
N. 0. & Sugar Honse Molasses,
Wine and Spiriits of the lest selection,
Canal Flo.jr-whole and half Bblis.
Bale Rope and Bagging,
Iron and Steel,
Together with fall other artiIces in the! Gro
ccrj Line:-whieh they will self, or send to
.order, Warranted Good, at the lowest mar
They also continue to transaet Commis
sion Ilusiness, ineltiding receiving and for- I
w irding of Goods; ntd tender to t heir
friends assurance of their best attention to
orders in that line of biusiness.
Hamburg, March 1838. ' tf 5
The Pendleton Messenger will inlert the
above tour times ani send their bill for
payment to I. L. J.
DRUGS, OIL8, AM.
Vl 1E SI.scriArs respectfully invite the at
I tWntion o alerchants, 'lunterAs. I'hysician i
and others to their la; Stock of
Oils of all kinds, Paints, Dye Stufs,
-Windoo Glass, Brushes, to.Ac.
AT THEIR SrORES IN
HAMBURG AND AUGUSTA.
Their supply is heavy, thcir assortmnct good,
and their aric les fresh.
Dealing entirely with the MJa-nfactmers or
original Importers, the caln sell their goods
as low as any house in thme Southern Country.
Please call and examine.
Our Snore in HIamburg is next to If. L. Jt:r
FERS & Co's. Iii Augusta, ojposite to L',E..s
or Srova.a.'s Ware louses.
KITCilEN &. ROBERTSON.
WuIL.I.AM K. Karrenr y,
F. M. ltt)BKnTSON, M. I).
Deceeuber ti. 1837 h 45
T5 IIE above is a neover filinig remtedv forthamt
.3.variety oflcotic, sao distressinig to~ Itents, ~
and for which the most injurions amnodhyne sub
stunecss tare too commonly given. It is s-ar'e and '
soothaing. anad itnstead of ptroduacing costivenaess. it
usutailly operates gently on then howels.
Tis reameady hans now beeon uisedl for several
years. with that sue-sfs anid tappgrobation, whih
quacsk neeicieis innado to sell, c'annoat commndu.
It is extensively used bay them best phyvsicins in
the .onattry, anda to use thie laangae of mnty a
umothier, acts as a chatrm. Wh laae it allavs thte
panin andma lls the chuild to rest, it adoes ni' heave
behIiind it thosou nphleasanat s' -maptaoms, which
Lanatnm, llatemants Dro-aps, &c. generaply pro
duaca. Ample directionms :accomapany e:clm vi-l;
and certifcuates of it.< ellicacy (if'reapunred) catn be
produieda fromt thne miost respectable citizens of
Can olimna amnd Georgia. F~or sae by
KITC HI EN & ItOBlWTSO)N.Ianburg, *
E DW. W E Bh.Ahndersona C 11.
WVM. IIACK ETT1. I'enadh on C. H.
Dl)t. E. J. M1M1$, Edgefdnd C. II
Feb. 5T138 tf 1 i
Tihe exercises of this institution will comn
mnenee otn Monday m le 5th of the preset
lnst. under the direction of Francis Moody,
a nattive of Virginia, who has had consider
table experience in his profession. WVe in-'
vite the aittention of Pnrtents anal Guardians
to the locality of the Ridgeville Academy, C
which, in our opinion, is a place not stir- q
passedl for health, by any ini the Up-Country Ii
and tespectfuhly solicit a share of their pa- I
tronae. Bloardl can be procured in re'spe'cta- hi
ble families anal convenient to theAcademny V
at f'rotm 7 to $8 per month. I]
ItATEs OF 'h'um~zos. (a
Spellitng, Reading, nad Writing
1er Quarter *3 00i
he above with Arithmtetic and En
glish Grammuar, 5 00 a
Thme above with Geography, Ilistory, t
Natmural anal Moral Philosophy,
Chentistry, Rhetorie, &c. 7 00
A. WA TSON,
B. F. BOA TRIGHT, a
MAJ T. WATSON. Trustees. t
E. W. PERRY, J0
L EWIS IIOMES.Esqj
Feb:60 1838 til
$ 2c Rewvard.
SR ANA WAY from the Subscri
ber on the night of the 5th of
February last, front my place two
miles from Ilamnburg, S. C. a negro C
man named UEN, about forty-five p
years old, five feet six inchesahigh.- o
'hot above reward I will pay foar tI
.delivering him to meo, or putting him
mn jail so that I can get him.
Hamiburg. Marc26 on.mt37
LiSt of Letters..
1l'.3MAINING in the Post Olice at Edge
f.iteld C. Ilouse, on the 1st of April, 1:3
SA & 13
ion, A U. Bland, John
wIon, T'jIomas G. Bell, Sannel
3onlatin, M.; M. Burt, Eli R.
ne:wler.Mrs. Claudia Boyce, Lidno
hlyd, John P. Brunton, Areh'd
C & D.
ainda. W. D. Culbreth, Luke
ar1tuedge, Eli Cosby, John M!.
'hxton, Zch. Dvis, Heiij.
irkerson, Dolly Dorn. Mrs. Nancy
E, F & .
vansq, .Martin Fowler, Rev. A.
-ield, Ricliard J. Gibbs, Jasper a
illen, John 4 Garret, James
3reen, Andrew J. 2
II. & J.
Hall, Edward M. lollingworih, D F 2
Holden, Anni Ilosford, Dr. J-is.
Harris. Airs. E. Ilailkon, W1m.
[Iaiusford. James Ilttrris, John C.
[licks, John 11-ammnon-Is. D. F.
Hlarris, Blenjumin Jennings, Miss 11.
lones, Dr. Sumuel Jones, Ienry
Foiies & Danforlih 2 Johns, John
rohnson, the Clock Pedler.
K. L. & M.
Kelly, Lewis Kenny, John F.
Knight, Jamcs C Kreps, John
Logan, ThomasJ. Mathis, John
'1itchel, Abram McLendon, Joel
N. 0. & P.
4obles, Joseph Nobles, William
Vobles, Zelphia NuekollA, Wi. T.
Nlorris, Vmt. Oconuer. Francis
PIcters, John Parliam, Mism 51 NI 2
R. & S.
Rcam:s, Blenjanlin Roper, Joel
[iodgers, Sidney Raidpnimer, Peter
Riddle, J. G. 2 Rudolph, Zebulon,
[1ussel, Mrs. June Sloan, .Jsep A.
Sloanl, William Seigler, Mrs. 51.
iei-ier, Jeremiah Shumpford, John
T. W. &. Y.
I'raylor, W. W. Thiompkins. James
Whitney, MIrs. R. Wash, Johni
Walker, Miss Nancy Walker, Wim. G.
Wigill, A. T. Yarborough, Wmll.
Veldel, Mrs. Eliza.
Ml. FRAZIER, P. NI.
A pril 5,1838 3t
Cokesbury Femiale Academy.
RS. WILSON respectritdly announces to
I the piublic that ske has resmined the duties
ifher School. Thanktlil for the patrotiago she
us'iheretofore recveived, slo pledges hetself tu
levote her utrenitled attentioni to the intellec
nal ilapprovement ot'the young ladies comnwitted
o her care. She h.s associated with her, iin the
latties ol her !School, a Gentleman. a gradnate of
lie South Caroilitm College, Minister of the
Jlethodist Episcopal Church-0.
Good boarding can be furnished at $9 to $10
The Schiolatic year will be divided into two
lessions, comprising fi% e and a halt muenths per
Terms Per Session.
)rthographv. reading, writing. gi ammar
aid arithaltetic, : $10 00
['he above witl introdnctory geography,
niodern history, derivatives, use of the
globes, &c. : : 1 O
rhse above with geography. ancient und -
maoderi, hitory ancient int' tue.tern, : -
introductoi-y a.-tronomny and botany 2 00
[ho samve with niatoral, moraol nd'in
tellectual philoro,1by, c-hemi-ury, logic,
comnposition, botany, algebra, &kec 6)4 00
tusie, : : : : : : 10 00
2reach, :0 . : 20 0
Atin and Greek, :)20 00
)rawing and Painti nig, : : 1 0 00
Tr.:as PAIl iv AuvascF.
Cokesbury, Abbeville, Feb:l2, 1.8 d .
State of Soilthl Carolina.
OlIN ADA318 tolls bermie me, ftnnr
head of Cal/Ie, one cow andl yearlinig
othi no-hored. no0 ma rks or brands pe'r
civeable, both brind led color. The ol her
wo a cow and yearing, the cow has the
)pearance of~ being old. mrkiled wi~th a
lolp in each ear, ai slit- in 1he righit. and a
mall hole and slit ont itn the left, colour red
nl n hiite,t he yeariin2 is a steer, no hioenned
vitih a white back and helly, balance redl
marked, halferop in eaich enar. A pytrnised
a be woribi twerntv-Gr~e lDollars by Gieorge
1. Lam, \\. IF. Elanm & It. latis.
WVYl ETT IIOLAl ES, J. P.
M arch 15th, 1838. e 7
E DG EFIELD DIST'R ICT.
ORD)EN Feaistor, !iving on Moore's
,Creek. tolls biefore mec os an estraly, a
mall sorrel mare, about four years old,
hotut fourteen hands high, white, face, len
ind foot whlite, at scar on the right si-le of
er nose. A ppraised by John Eadson,Sea
urn Jones andl John C. C. IFeastor at $30.
NATHAN NORRIS, J.Q.
March 31, 1898e
N o tic c.
ilIE utndersignedl intending to be0 absett
I'from this State and the State of Souta
atrolinat, after thte 1st af A pril next, re
nests that any claim.4 against him may ho
tandedl in to- John B. Guien. Angunsln,
tichrad Ankerson, South Carolina, or to
iunself. And he regnests those agaitnsr
'homn lie has claims to set tle them nith
me two namted persons or niith himself
efore he sets omit.
JOHN BURGESS, sen.
Amngusta, Jan. 28, 18:18 neC 52
T1hec Edgelield Advertiser will publish theo
bove fo'r three mnonthris and1( send accotunt
the Anugusta Constitutionalist ofilee.
L IL persons indebted to the estate of Samuel
Cald well Esq. lute ofAbbeville Iaistriel (Ie'd.
-e reqgnested to make paymnentimmiredliately, and
ose having demnands to present them duly at
sted within the time prescribed by law,to eIther
F the aubscrihers.
J. L. P'EA RSON, .Adh'rs.
A. G. CALDWV'.LL.
Augutst 8. 18317 tf 28
LL peron indetdotelate Jeffer
I to mtake imminedliate payment, tand all
Drsotns having demands against the estate
atsaid deceased are requtestedl to present
toll dluly attested.
BENJ. RI~lIA RDSON, ) .-adrnin
THllEOPILUS II1IL, istrautors.
March 8, 183(U tf-5
--tate of Soth Carolina.
Ilenr' Moore anti
Eleutfor Moore, vs.
Jno. Bauskett, Adn'r Bil for Account and
of Jno. Aiore, dec-ed. SeIlenent.
Win. J. Wightian ,
and wife, and another.
E1 H Complainants havint filed their bill in
the Court or Equity for lEdgefield District,
ins the State aforesaid, clai'ming that they, and the
-feudiants Ann Wightnan, and her sister
liarkness, it' living, are entitltd to the estatoofr
the intestate John Aloote, deceased, in equal
Sharest, on motion of Griffin. Complainant's So
licitor. it is Ordered, that all persons interested
in the seitlemnont of said e-tate, do appear and
iiterpose any ohjeotions, which they canl ofright
make to til distributioni of the said estate. as
pravel fir in the bill, before the Commissioner
of the said Court, at Edgetiled Couitt I onset, oil
or before the fourth Monday in May next.
1eb. 23, 838 ~ ac 5
It is tiriher ordered that the above be pub
lished for three months iii ono or more public
Gazottes in this State. V5A. HARPER.
State of, South1 Caralina.
Admn'r or Gertrude J Dreit
hatpt, deceaced, vs Bill for Injunction
John Uniuskett, Paul Fitz- Reliefand Ac
ziminons, Robert Watts, count.
Execetors of Christian
Breithaupt, deceased, et a].
IT appearing to ay Fatusifaction, that the de
fendants Paul Fit'esinunons, Osman Gregory,
Ann E Gregory, Ornondol Gregory, Alary In
graim, and Susan Breithalpt, reside beyond the
limits of thii state, on motion of (ridin, com
plaiiants solicitor, ordered. that the said Paul, Os
sian, Ann E., Ormond, Mary and Susan do a p
plair and plead, answer or demiur to this fMil
within thre moitlS Ifrmi lie Iblication of' this
order. or the said bi'1 will he takenm pro conJ;sso
gninst them1. J. TE tY, c c P
Feb 7, 18.30 1:4t 1
State of South Carolinia.
Ienry ineoe and
Eleanor Moore, vs.
John Baiskeit, Billfur Account and
Adnm'r of' J 1o. Moore Setlement.
Wml J WighItuina
and wife, and o hers
I T appeariang to my satisfaction. that --
I larl ne.-. thelo si.ter ot the ife-!ndant, Ann
Wightmall, if she is alive. rebidels hevoid Il,
limits 41f thlis- State, onl mothl-1 of* Gridlin. Crimi
plaiinats so!iitor. ordered that the said -
1iarkness. do apilpar mind plead, an-wer or de
umr to this till wiltin three months fromi tue
pu'IFcation of' Itis order, or theaat the said bill lie
taken pro confesso agalinst her.
J. TERRY, c c L
Feb 7, 183- 3st I
S Ite of South 'olina.
John W I leard and Isaae T.
llearli, vs. U. 11. Winig
T appearing to my sat:iactiol that Bar
ahel I. Winding, 'therwise called B. if.
WindittiP., fle defiendant in the above stated
ease. resides w iihout the limits of this State;
therefore, on motion of Bntskett. Coms
OpItatnt's goilicitnr. nrderf-l dhat thit maid
defelnant do pliad, onswer or demur to tle
Co" mplain' m s 1Il1, witlhi three nonths
froi1 the p)blu'aeion hereof, or said 13111 will
be taken pro '.onfiUsso agailst him.
J. T It ItY, C. E. E. D.
(ml'er's Office. Edgefield, Peb) 27, 1838 4
State of" South (-arola.
.Mark Riley, vs. WVilliama Riley,
bijaa Riley, Williain Le.wis ad
iRebecca h1.4is ife, Johna Un~verd
nad Mlary his wiife, & Sar'y Rliley.J
if'1 "ppe"la'"=to'l"'" tsTaeetioun laat 11he
U.detfendCmams Wii. Lew'is andu lebeeca his
wili-', reside in the Sia:u' of Altaama, ande
thlao dveendantis Joh~,1n aved anid aary hais
w i1'. and .Sarjah R iley re'sidet illn he State ofI
lI iums, ton mlotionI of Jamelis J . Caldwevll,
iolie'baor, olrd~eed that the sanid dlek'l-ndants
nt ho a re wi thoaut te liil' of' thlis State, dlo
pleat,anlswler Ill dhemutr to the C~omplatinant's
10 al of' coamplaint, within ihree mlonlths fr'utm
theO pub llicationa het eof. anr the said Bill1 will
be take.n ~ro confesso3 ;iaaist them'ia.
Coml'er's Ollate, Edgelield, Feb 27, I8'33 .1
S'tatcOof Soulth Carolinla.
IN TIlE~ CUOMMON PLEAS.
Arthuar West, 's.
A. II. Platrick. A s'estsTr.
V *i 11 l Pilaintitl laiving this day filed his deia
rationi ini my Oflice, sand thec Defenudanat
hiavings nao Wife' or Ataorney knaowna to lhe in the
State. ilpdon whaoma :& copy of' thet declaration aaaay
be0 served, t rtiered, that the said defi'ndanat do)
alppea.r :nnai m-aike his defenee within a venr anad a
day f'roma this dato. or tinal andl ablsinnlte jaudg
tmenlt will be awarded againsalt him1.
Clerk's Oflie, E-dgetiel,.\pril 21, 18:i7 eb 12
State of' South Ca rolina.
EDGCEFIELDh D ITR ICT.
IN T1,1E COMMON PLEAS
Wmi. M. Itier, vs ArTaciatEN,
WVilliamn Cook. AssentraT.
T I E Plaliatitl' in this case haviaig on the 7th
U.day of' A ptril. 1937, filed his det'huration in
thce Clerk's Ollie, anmd the IDefi-Indant haninag ano
'Wife' or Attornaey, kniowni to lit in this '3tate.napon
whaomaa iicopy of'the said dlccharationa ay be serv-.
ed: Thlerefibre ordered, that the said defenant ito
appenr and mal~ke hiii efenc'ue waihin a year anid ai
day f'romn the filing oif the side der!airatibi, tar flinal
andt abisoh et judlgemen~lt wvillbe fibrthawith awarded
to the said Plait.
GF.ORGE POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk's O111ce. Alpril 1$. 1837 I i tf
IPrsance of anl order llto s directd
byleter Qnutlehumn, a justice oif thle
peiace, ina and for thle dIistr'ict afor'esaid We
have this dlay iewed tan estray hiorse,shaown
to us by L~evi WVethinagton of this District.&
finil the same an iron grey,8or 9 years old,
41 feet .i I itnehes haigh, hans 1he appearance of
once hazving~ thae fistulam, and we do apprm:tse
the sntid horse at the stam of35 dolllars. Cer
tified untder ouar hatnds, this the 9th day of
Feb. 1838. . WESLEY MILLER.
JOHN P.QUATTLE BUM
Anril 5. 18.d8 c 9
State of South Carolina.
- IN EQITIY.
Patrick Duncan, vs. Augustine
-Arnold, HIeubina Roerion, Bill to
Rachel Bi;hai, and the heirs fore.cloe
and Admiiistyator of Robert J Mortg'age.
IT appearing to my satisfuction that William
Lyon and Virginia 8. his wife, Judge B.
Delih. Woo. P. Delph, Robert J. Delph, Mary
F. Delph, Martha G. 1h1 , o&Lousia E. Delph,
heirs of' Robert P. Delph, some of the defen
dants in this case, reside beyond the limits of this
State: Ordered that they do severally appear
and plead. answer or demur to the Bill aforesaid
witlim three months froim the date of the publi
raion hereof, ?r the said bill will, as to them re
spectively, be taken pro tonfcsro.
Wb.11. C. BLACK, C. E. A. D.
Conmm'r's Office, Feb 20, ,38 ac 5
State of-South Carolina.
Patrick Duncan, vs. Margaret
Henderson, John Richey, & Bill to
the heirs and Administrators forclose
of William Hodges, jun. and AMortgage.
of William Hodges, sen.
ITaprpearing to my satislaction that of the
dendaits in this case James L. Hodges
Richard flodges, John or John W. HIodges,
Walter or Wat. Hodges. James Stone and I-i'hza
beth his wife, Jesse Williams and Lucy 1.3 wife,
James Tonison or James Townes and Polly his
wife, Wiley Cummins and Franky his wife, and
Sarah Ilodges, heirs of WillianhIlodges,jr. and
of William Hodges, sen. reside beyond the limits
of this State: Ordered that they do severally ap.
!ie)ar and plead, answer or deniur to the above
mentioned bill, within three tnonthis from the
date of the piublicatio.n hercof. or the said bill will,
as to them respe.tively. he taken pro ronfesso.
' -'J. C. BLACK, C. E. A. D.
Comni'r's Office, Feb. 26, 1838 ac 5
State of, 1South 4aoia
Patrick Duncan, vs Fliz:abeth1 Bill tofore.
Cuileni sand others, heir of. Close M1lort
William Cullepms. deceased. ) gage.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Eliza.
beth Cullens widow, and Iichard Cullens
and Elijah CUIllens, sons of William Culiens, de
ceased, defendants in this case, reside beyor.d the
limits ofthis State: Ordered that they severally
di sgpear and plead, altswer or demur to the
,il111 atoesa'd. within three months from the pub.
lication of this order, or the said bill will, as to
then respectively, be taken pro confesso.
WM. C. BLACK. C, E. A. D.
Comn'rs Office, March 6, Ie.38 ac6
%'tate of Southl Carolina
Patrick Duncan, vs itichard Blltoforeclose
hlodges & Valeljtie Young, Mortgage.
IT i appearing to my satisfhctinn that Richard
Y lodges, one of the defendants in this case.
resides beyond the limits of the State: Ordered
that he do ilpear and plead, answer or demur
to the bill aL4resid, within three months from the
date of' the publication hereof, or the said bill
will, as to him, bo taken pro confesso.
WIM. C. BLACK, C. E. A.D.
Coum'r's Office, Feb. 26, 1838 ac 5
State of Soith Carolina.
Patrick Duncan, vs. John Bill toforeclose
Wilson & .11 arg aret Wilson, MoIrtgage.
u T appearing to my satisfrction that John Wil
l son, (son of Charles,) one of the det'endants
in this case, resides beyond the limits of this State:
Ordered that he do appear and ilead, answer or
deitir to the above named bill, within three
months from the date-of the publication hereof,
or the said bill n ill, as to himt, be taken pro con
fessi,. WM. C. BLACK, C. E. A. D.
Connn'r's Office, Feb. '20, 1838 ac 5
State of SotIth Carolina.
Patrick D uncan, D ill toforcelusc
vs. Josephi Travis, Mhort gage.
IT' appearing to my sautisfacetion that Jose ih
Travis, the defendant in this case, resides
heyonid the limits of'this State: Ordered that he
i:o appear aind plead. answer or denmur to the
hill aftoresaidi, wvithin three nmonthis fromt the date
of the puiblication hereof, or ilhe said bill wvill be
takena against himi pro confesso.
WM.C. IILACK, C.EL.A. D.
Coimn'r's Oilice, Feb 261, h1: ac 5
bitate of Soutl Carolina.
ARBE VILLE DISTRICT,
Ilarrington & Wilson, vs.
Claudiai C. Tatom and B ill to forcelose
Mary Tatomi. Mortgage.
1T ppHlearing to myi) satisfhetion, thiat Claudia
IC. TIatomi resides without the limits of this
State-It is therefore Ordered, that the said .C. C.
Tatomn, onet of the defeL'nants in this case, do
plead, answer or demnr to the bill in this case,
within three months trom the date of this publi
eationi, or the said bill will be taken pro confesso
against the said Claudia C. Ta'tomn.
WM. C. BLACK. c. E, A. D.
Comm':r's Offic, Abb cilc. Jan 25. lI lh ac 52
ABBJE VILLE D)ISTR'ICT.
John A. Doniald and B ill for discorcry,
others, vs partition and ac
JohnAft'ord et al. count
i' T .aeaing tmysat isfiiction, that James
SDuinald, one of the defenidantsu in this case,
resides without the limits ofthis State-It is there
ltre Ordered, that the said Janies Doiald, do ap
pcar plead, answer or deimuitr to the bill of comn
plantin hi caewithin three mnonths from the
dtoftisntice, oi the said bill will be takeni
pro confhesso agamist the said James Donald.
Wit. C. BELA UK, c. I. A. D.
Comm'r's Ofice, AUberilfe, Jan 2r,,1&8i ac 52
State ofI "0outh (aroli na
Aaron L~omtax & others '1 Iill by
Ex'r. of Hugh Morrahi dec'd Ex'r for
vs. Jatne Morraha widow (adlvico di
aned others.- rection &c.
jT afpearinlg to my satisfactioni that John
I I. Mulrrah ,iaud Robert Morrah two of
the detfendanits in this case, reside without
the limits of this State, on motion; Ordered
that they do severally appear, & plead, un-.
sweur or demur, to the hill of comt plaiut in t his
casee, within three itotth from the daite (if
this putblientioni, or the said bill of compillaint
will be taken pro confesso, as against them
WM. C. BL ACK, c. r, .r. p.
C'omm'r's (Hifrs .lIarrA M IM3-, ac 6
State of Souti aroC ia,
ABBEV T1LE DIBTRICT.
IN COMMON PLEA6.
Jacob Chamberlin, Attachannt in Asnift.
Survivor, vs. >Thoro tes-Darags
John A. Young-. - 9353 50 ets.
5 lE Pinittiff 'hving this day -filed his d11!.
laration in this case, in the Gcrk's Oifice,
and the said John A. Y t having no wile or
attorney, known to be in Uqroince, upoit
whom a copy or the said dialratinn with a
special order of the Co-trt endorsed thereon, eni
be served: It is therefore Ordered. that the said
John A. Young do appear and snake his defene,
with a year and a day, f'rom the filing of the said
declaration, as aforesaid, or final and absolute
judgment will be fortiwith given aud awarded for
the said plainti.
JAS. WARDLAW, c. c. v.
Clerk's Offiee, Jan. 17, 1638 daq 61
%tate of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMONPLEAS.
Walker, Covington &
Fair, vs.Foreign Attachment,
Park & Fowler. Asamnpsit.
H IltEAS the Ilaintiffs did this day file
their decluration in the Office of this
Court, aguinst the Defendants, who are absent
fron and without the limits of this State, (as it i4
said) and having neither of them a wife or autor
ney, known within the sate; on whom a copy of
the declnrattion with a tile to plead thereto, ought
to be served: It is therefore ordered, that the Do
iendanits do appear and plead to the said declara
tion, within a year and a day, otherwise final and
judgment will be givenandawarded against them,
JAMES WARDLAW, c. c. i.
Clerk's Office. Nov 17, 1837 daq 4:1
State of South nrolina.
ABBEVILLE DI. TRIC'.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
N. K. Butler & Co. vs. Attarhment.
John B. Mturrah. Assumpsit.
T HE Plaintiffs having this day filed their
ideclaration, and the Delendant having
neither wife nor attorney, known to be in this
State, ordered, that if the said Defendant do
not appiear and mtake his defence. within aycar
and a day front this dute, final and absolute
judgment shall be forthwitht given and awarded
fi the said Plaintifis in attachmnenit.
JAMES WA RDLAW, c.c. P.
Clerk's Ofice, Dec. 4, 1837 daq 45
State of" South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
J. R. Wilson, & Co. vs.
TlE Plaintifl' in this case having filied
their declaration in my ollice, at Abbe
ville Court House, on the 24ti day of March
1837: Ordcred, that the defendant do plead
thereto within a year and a day, front that
date, orjudgment by default will be rendered
JAS.WARDLAW, c. c. P.
Clerks Otlice, M1ay 9, 1837 12m
ALL Persons indebted to the late Chrit
. tian Breithaupt, deceased, are req.,.st
ed to make immediate payment. And all
persons having demands against the estato
of said deceased are requested to present
them duly attested.
JOHN BAUSKETT, Ex'or.
Feb. 2.5. . 3-tf
A LL Persons inIeIee4.-,.-late -Mrs. Be
hethland Ilims, deceased, are requested to
nake itnuediate payment, and all persons hav
ing demuands agaistit the estate of said deceased
are requested to present them duly attested.
BENJ. MIMS, Executor.
Dec 9.137 tf 45
A LI. persons indebted to the Estate of Johrr
Bllackwell, deceased, are reqtuested to mank *
innmmedliate paymuent, antd those havintg dersaad
to presentt them properly attested.
0 T ENNANT, Administrator.
March i?$ hi:A7 t
T HE Notes and Aceounis of Dr. James,
Sptannt, deceased, have been left with ,,
Mir. II. L. Jeifers, in Hamburg. All per
sons indebted to Dr. Spantn are requested
to call arid pay Mir. Jeifers, who is authorized
to receive the monney; and those having
demands ngainast thet Estate wviii please ren
der thtem to him. E. SPANN,
March 2(6, 1838 tr S A dm'tri.r.
A L Lersonts indebted to the Estate of
~k Mrs. Snahal Wise, deceatseu, ae re
quested to make immtediate ptayment, and
those hav'ing demands to preseat themn pro
ENOCII B. PRESLEY,
.Erecutor with the W il annered.
March?7, 1838 tf.5
LI. persons having any detmands against the
: .steof G. Atnderson, Sen., deceased, are
regnested to present them, and thtose indebted to
tmke paymtent wvithin thme timea prescribed by law.
A. A NDERLSON, Adm'triz.
Jan 10. 1835 tf 49
A 1.L. Persons indebted to time late Charles
.Thomas, deceasqed, are regntessed to make
p~ament: and all ptersons having demands against
the estate of said deceased are reqtuested toupre
sent thenm duly attested. JAS. P'. A DA M,
Nov 27. 1537 tf Aldministrator.
.11o f - ce.
T II E Subscribers wvill give a liberal
price fur BE'ESWVAX, TALLOW.
and FEATil ERS.
KITCHEN & ROBERTSON..
Hlambusrg, Mlarch 3, 1838 tr 5
MGRAY, Esq. of Hamburg, 8. C. wil1
YE. net as mty attorney int fact, as well s at
aw, dutring mty absence from thte State
J. ID. COVINGTON.
NT gI CE.
T AKEN Up on Thursday mtortting, on Horse
Creek, abouat 9 miles fromt Augusta, Ga.,* a
very large dark hay H orse, his right eye out, htas
a wh ite .jpot ont lss forehead, a smtall white s >iot
ont hais back, switch tail and black legs. ' he
ownter is requsested to soome forwamrd, prove prop
erty, paoy expentses anda taske imi away.
IL U DOLPII C.\LTElt.
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