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From the New York Day WiJg.
See at your gate that tottering form,
Thatweek and feeble one;
She, 'midst the cold and piercing storm,
Is des'late and alone.
Behold! that cheek so *an and'pale,
That moist and sunken eyo!
Alas! they tell a woful tale
A beggar's misery.
Turn not away-she asks or bread,
To keep her fhm the grave;
11er life but hangs upon a thread
Will you not give to save?
Can you behold that trembling hand
Outstretched amid the storm,
And, with a voice of stern command,
Throw curses on that formI
Stay! stay, rash man! 'tis hard, too hard,
To treat poor beggars so:
If you were just as they, debarr'd,
You would more pity know.
You have your plenty and your home,
And fire to keep you warm;
You know not what it is to'roam,
And feel the pelting storm.
Then, O takepity on the poor!
When they stand shiv'ring at your door,
Oh! give them bread to cat!
"THr HELL 0' ALL D1SEAsEs."-EturXs.
I smoked twelve boxes of cigars,
('Tis nothing but the truth,)
Ichewed tobacco fuil ten pounds,
To soothe my aching tooth.
I fill'd it up with opium
I ate not any food,
I swallowed quarts of agne drops,
But ache my grinder would.
At last I said I'd have it out,
And to the doctor wvent,
But when I sat ine in his ciair,
I vow I did repent.
And when hik Iloody instrumentg
Were raiged befote tny sight,.
I jumped tiull five feet from the floor,
And yelled with all my might.
"Mv friend," said he, "I'lldraw your tooth
Wih less degree of pain
Than any doctor in the towi:"
And sat me down again.
Ile took hold with him savage things
I uttered a_ loud crv:
"Dear sir," said hme, "'1ll hurt you not,"
"Dearair," said I "you lie
Ili pulled, lie tugiged-then out it came,
ilat horrid tooth of mine!
Thse monster nearly broke imy jaw!
And charged ine six and nine!
MO DEL OF A WIFE.-"Itis her happiness
to he ignorant of all that the world calls
pleasure; her glory is to live in the duties
at w ie and mother; and consecrate her days
to the practice of social virtues Occupied
int the governmentof her family, she reigns
over her Phildren by nildnces, over her
dominestics, by goodness.-Her house is the
re.,idence of conjugal love, of maternal af
fection; of ordier, peace, swveet sleep, and
g;oodheahmh. Economical and studious, she
prevents want, and dissipates the evil pas
biommt: the imdigent, who prescut themselves
att her door, are mever repulsed; the licen
tious avoid hor presence. She has a charac
ts e of reserve and dignity, that makes her
n.ipected,, of indulgence and firmnmese, that
makeu ther este-emed~ She diff'uses around
her a ruild warmth, a pure virtue and
:ilu miniates all t hat encircle her.
i aypy~ the: man who possesses such a wvife,
im enu ustly aplpreciate her worth; happy
me childreni who are mnurtured by her care,
m-t rumoelled by her counsel; happy the
a:mu~tes who wvait her commands and on
a .er benevolence; and happy the society
iutih holds in its bosom a bemg so worthy
m bIeinig respected.
Tu~fE VILLAGE 6RAvE Aann.-Thie fol
lowing beatiful and elegant extracts from
the Village Grave Yard, written by Rev.
Mr. Greenwood, of Boston.
*I never shun a grave yard. The thought
ful melancholy which it impresses, is grate.
til rather than disagreenblle to me. It gives
mue no pain to tread on the green roof of that
muausion, whose chambers I must occupy
so soon; and 1 often wander from choice; to
a place whiere there is neither solitude inor
so'iety. Something human is therec; but
the folly, the bustle, the vanities, the pre
tensions,the pride of humnanity are all gone.
Men are there: but the passions are hushed,
and their spirits are still. Malevolence has
lost its power of harminig; appetite is satia
ted; amblit ion lies low, and lust is cold; an
ger hans done raving; all dispute. are ended;
and revelry is over; thme fellest animosity
is deeply buried; and the most dangerous
sins are safely conafmned to the thickly piled
clods of the valley; vice is d'umh and power.
less, and virtume is waiting in silence for
the trump of the archangel, and] thme voice
A~sENCE OF MIND.--A most unfortuuate
instance recently happened in our city. A
poor gentlemnan wenit to the cupboard for a
drum. In a state of memntal alienation, he
swallowed the contents of a bottle which
conltainedi~ oil, used for turning light hair
black. Hie instantly commeniced enanging
color, and has sincee becomne a iimost perfect
negro. The deep grief of his beatiiful and
devoted wife is absolutely heart-reading.--.
A rieci manl lived in a house between two
blacksmiths, and was distirbed by tbe noise
they made. At last they promised to re
move, on comndition that he should give them
an excellent dimner, which be readily agreed
to do. Whien the0 promised feast was end
edl, ho asked timem whmither they intended to
Sransfer their domiciles, "Why." answered
one of them,"my companion will remove
to my hous,.and I to hisi."
W IL sed 'd t : .i . rRon -at
Thirty Dollars the Season, Twenty
Dollars the single leap, and Fifty Dollars
insurance, at 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, escapee, 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 delightful coat of
hair, which shoews his superior stock. His
appearance is commanuing-he Is -'r the
greatest power, substantiality and strength.
Ile will be eiFht years old this spring-is
full 16 hands high having superiorsize, large
bones, and is as well muscelled as any other
horse, in this or any country, and has as
N. B.-Any person who will make up
a company of five mares, and become re
sponsible for the payment will have the
privilege of putting them at twenty-five dol
lars the Season.
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 Nulliger'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 1 min
52 sec.-1 min. 50 sec. See Turf Reg.
July, 1837 p. 476.
On the Broad Rock Course (Va) Fall
rueeting, W. R. Johnson's 1. 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 colt, but she was second
best, and contested the race most gallantly.
The last heat is pronounced "very interes
ting and the best heat during the week. See
T. Reg. Nov. 1837 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,
Re'. ov. 1837 p. 569
I'eb. 1, 1838, .tf 52
TL' T'-'( ROUGH BRED HORSE.
HIE R VLIlE
ILL stand the easuing'Spring Sett
W on, commencing on the I0th instan,
at James Rogers', 1Ith at Richardson's,
12th and 13 at Turner's Store, 14th at Glov
er's Hotel, Edgefield C. H1., 15th at Pine
'jouse, 16th and 17th at Jurden's, oi Edis
to, and 18th[and 19th at my Stable on the
Ridge road, and will attend each place
every tenth (lay until 10th of June. le
will be let to mares at 88 the single visit,
$12 the season, 815 to insure. In every
instance the insurance money will become
due as soon as the more is known to be
with foal or exchanged. A company of
seven mares shall be entitled to a deduction
of 81 on each mare by--oneapproved maw
becoming responsible for the whole. All
ossible care taken to prevent accidents,
ut I will not be responsible for any.
For particulars of his Pedigree see hand
bills, R. WARD.
Ridge. March 10th 1838. d* 6
THE THOROUGH BRED HORSE
M Wf RIVERS
WILL stand the ensuing Spring Season
atmy at able at the Ridge, ahud other
places in the District. (For particulars see
H and Bill.] And will attend at each place
every ninth day afterwards during time Sea
son, & will be let to Mares at tlbe following
prices ; $8 the single visit, $12 thme Season
and $1.5 to insure a mare with Coal. Inm
every instance the insnrunce mnoney will
become due as soon as time mare is known
to be0 with Coal or exchanged. A company
of seven mares shall be entitled to a dledne
tion of $1 on each more b~y One mann's be
coming responsible for the whole. All pos
ible care makenm to prevent accidents, but I
will not be responsible for alnty.
PEDIG RE E
GUY R IVE RS wnas sired by R andolph's
Janus, his dam by Caroliunimn, granid dam
by Bedford g. g. dam by Diomede, g. g. g.
dlam by Quicksilver, out of a Shark Mare.
Randolph's Janus, and Carolinian were
both sired by Sir Archy, an~d thme g. g, g.
dams of both wvere sired'by imported Janus,
In purity of blood Gumy Rivers is unsur
passed, in beauty of color and sy mmectry
of form, wvill compare with thme best horses
of time day. ISA AC JONES.
Ridge, Feb. 27, tf 4
Look at TlIs :I
MY1imprted Jack DUBLIN, five years
lwl stand at my stable, only three
miles and a half wvest of Edgefield., Con
House, the ensuinig Spring Season, amnd bie
let to mares at time following prices viz: $5
the season andI $8 to insure a mare to be
with foal. In all cases where a mare is
put ,by the insurance, time money wvill be
considered dmme when it is ascertuined that
she is in foal or transferred. All possible
care wyill 1)e taken to prevent accidents but
I will not be responsible for any. Tme
Season to commenee the tenth of March
and end the last of' June.
WV. II. MOSS.
Fob. 28, 1838 tf 4
Droughat to time Jail
OF this District, a negro man by the
name of Nathan, about 6 ft. high, very
black, upper front teeth out or very short.
Nathan ms between 55 andl 60 years of age,
a small scar on his forehead and some on
his left arm, no other marks of importaunce.
lie has some free passes for N. Carolina.
Hie Sbra he belongs to Mr. Minsey, living
in Mairon County, Georgia. The owvner is
requested to come forward, prove property,
pay charges, andI take him away.
C. J. GLOVERI, J. E. D.
March 17, 1838 tf 7
UhIsterleaI celleeuiene of N. Carolam.
BY B. R. CA RROL L.
T HIS Work is now readyfor delive~ to Sub
.3 scribers at theStrotCA-D inhs
place. A t'iw extral copies for sale.
November, 1837 .er O
Dr. Sohn Saspplhgoma' ,
Are qered to tae ic as Certain and e~f ag
rs ofevery descriptidn.
AM of opinion that all fevers are a unity of
disease rom Ihe mildest intermittent up to
the highest grade of yellow fever, and that the
different denominations of fevers, are simply
owing to some particular state of the atmosphere
or to some peculiar condition of the system; and
with slight variations, such as I have made, the
treatment should be the same. I am also of opin
ion that this must be the prevailing theory or the
day, or how is it that physicians treat fever.
throughout with Calomel and a few other deple
Descriptiot and treatment of fevers, viz:-slt.
Intermittent or Ague and Fever. 2dly. Bilious
Fevcr. 3dly. Tphus or Nerous Fever, and all
other fevers by whatever name they may be
1st. Of Iatermittent or Ferer and Ague.- I
consider all fevers of an intermittent character
which cool off once in twenty-fourhours, wheth
er preceded by a claill or not; or whether the
fever and chill rise and continue together; or if
there he no chill at all. Sometimes fever of thIs
character continues 24 or 48 hours without inter.
mission, and sometimes it occurs only every third
day. Nine tenths of thc fevers of this state, and
most other states of this union, partake more or
less of this character; and in all their various ap
pearances the treatment should be the same.
This medicine cures by correcting the bile, giv
ing tone and energy to the stomach and bowels,
and thereby communicating health and strengt
to the whole system. It is also possessed ofsch
smngular and admirable properties, that it does
not sicken the stomach nor operate on the bow
els as a purgative. It breaks the fever in from
24 to 48 hours, during which time the atient
feels no sensible benefit from it, but finde him
self suddenly well without being consciousof its
mode of operation. There is no arsenic or any
other article of a poisonous nature in this medi
cine. It is entirely harmless; women in any sit
uation may take it with perfect safety; and if
double the quantity herein recommendel was ta.
ken, no bad effects would be produced by it.
The imicreased demand for this medicine, has in
duced ine in future to prepare itonly in the form
of pills, as the transportation of vials is both in
convenient and unsafe. For grown persons or
children who prefer Liking it in a liquid form, it
can be prepared conveniently by any person in
the following manner; pound twelve pills well,
put the preparation into a vial, and pour two
common sized table spoonfulls of whiskey or wa
ter to it-spirits ofany kind are best. Any other
quantity of the liquid may be prepared at the
same tine, by increasing or lessening the quanti
ty ofthe medicine in the sane pioportion us de
Treatment.-If the patient prefers taking a
puke or purge before he commences the use of
this medicine, I have no objection, but it is rarely
if ever necessary. Ile can drink cold water or
make use of any kind of diet suitable for a sick
person, without the least danger, or suffering the
slightest inconvenience from it. A grown per
son will take for a dose a pill or common sized
tx snoonful of the liquid every two hours, both
day and night, un . n disease is broken: chil
dren 8 or 10 yca; old will take :16 or .s d:"ne.
and those three or four years old wii taka J5'or
20 drops, and infants 3 or 4 weeks old will take
from 3 to 6 drops, repeated and continued as re
commended for grown persons. But as persons
are very subject to a relapse or return of this dis
ease, whether they are cured in this orany other
way, it would be well to continue taking three or
fbur doses a day until the strength and complex
ion are. restored, and particularly if the person
has already had several relapses. One box will
cure two persons ofa common attack of ague and
fever. Before the liquid is taken the vialshouki
be well shaken.
2dly. Of Bilious Fever. This is a more obsti
nate and dan ~ous dipea" hnn~ru
agtandlever, ' ege
days indisposition previous to the onset of thid
disease, and frequently chilly sensations for a day
or two after. When this disease is properly
formed it rarely yields to any treatment under 8 or
10 days, and sometimes much longer.
3dly, Of Typhus or Nervous Ferer. This is
still a much more obstinate and dangerous diseaso
than bilious fever, and apparently more mild in
the commencement. 'It often continues fiteen
or twenty days wvith scarcely any remission or in
termission, with great prostration of body and
depression of mind. It mnay be well to observe
that Typhaus fever is most common in the Winter
and sprmg, und Bilhouis fever in the summer and
fall. Inm the first stage of all fevers, it is common
for the tongue to be covered with a wvhitish coat,
and if the lever is niot broken and runs into the
second stage, it is, apt to assume a yellowish
browvn color, and in the third and last stage of
fevers, (and particularly if they are of a highi
grade and umalignant character) the tongue isapt
to assume a dark brnown color, of different degrees
of moisture; sometimes it is exceedingly dry; in
tis stage of the disease the patienit is often sen
sible ora hot or burning sensation in the stomach.
Thiesynptomis of these two diseases are so much
alike in thteir fi rst stage that physicians often dif
fer as to their-real character, nor does it matter
materially, because the treatment of both should
he pretty much thio same, with this exception,
that typhus fever does not require nor wvill it
bear as imch strong sickening medicine as bil
. Trealtment In the first stage of tho two last
diseases, I give a puke or one or two small doses
of calonmel or some other medicine thiat will ope
rate upon thme stomach amid bowels. Under any
circumstances I object to giving amore strong
medicine, and am decidedly of opinion that re
peated doses of such operamting medicines do
more harm than good. After thus operating on
the stomach and bowels (and even wvithiout it)
if seteral days have elapsed amnd my patient be
come weak, I commence wvith the pills and dro,
and give a (lose every three hours, that is ei li
dloses in each twenty four hours, with a regular
use of Virginia snake-root, orsome other sweat.
inig tea, such as hysup, sage or bahn. Should
the patient suffer smuch with pain in the head,
back or elsewhere, give twenty or twenty-five
drops of laudanum at night, if it be a grown per
ion (children should takelesscorresponding with
ne:rnees) and should he become much debilita
ted from a cominuation of the disease, and par
ticeularly if the hands am'1 feet become cold, give
a draught of toddy or wino every three or four
tours until he recovers; continue all the time to
tse the pills or drops as recommended. TheI
diet should be light, and taken only a little at a
tiume anid often.
Bleeding is so seldom required in these disen.
ses that it is scarcely necessary to mentiona it; if
it ever is resorted to it should be in the early
stage of them.
Bflistering is sometimes useful and rarely if ev
er injurious; butt it should he chiefly resortedi to
in the last Ntage, when there is delirium or lasting
rcoldness in the e xtremities. In the treatment of
rithier of these diseases, I would prefer the bowr
eL-s to be in rather a costive than laxative condi
tion. Bitt shotuld the bowels be too inactive,
give broken doses of salts or oil, or open themi
wvith injections, and if they shoul be two L-axa
tive, give six or eight drops of laudanum twoe,
three or four times a day, until the loosnesa is
restrained. My experience in the treatoment of
yellow fever has not been very extensive, but it
is nleither inore nor loss than the highest grade of
bilious fever, and should be treated pretty much
in the same way.
Saline County, Missouri.
Price $1 r0oper box.
Numberless certificates of this medicino, have
been tendert I., hut I have thought fit to insert on
ly the following from the Rev. Joel II. Hladen
Berister of the kwa Odica for ihn 8pvin. Fi:
district. Mo., which seems to embrace the opin
ions of many in different sections of the country.
Having travelled much over the states, both
west and south, and having heard much said in
favor of Dr. Sappington's fever pills, I do here
by certify, that elieve there has never yet been
any medicine offered to the public so eflicacious
in the cure of fevers as that which lie has pre
pared. I have known many labouring under fe
ver and ague, cured ini the course of Iron 24 to
48 hours; and all cases of fever in which I have
known it used, it has never failed to effect a cure,
so far as known to me, in a shorter time than any
medicine I have ever known used I do there
fore recommend it to all persons laboring under
fever, as the best remedy known to die public.
JOEL II HADEN.
A fresh supply of the above valuable medi
cine is offered for sale at the Edgefield Drug
April 19 11
T IIE above is anever failing remedy forthat
variety of colic, so distressing to Infants,
and for which die most injurious anodyne sub
stances are toocommonly given. Itis safe and
soothing. and instead of producing costiveness. it
usially operates gently on the bowels.
This remedy has now been used for several
years, with that success and approbation, which
quack medicines made to sell, cannot command.
It is extensively used by the best physicians in
the countryr and to use the langunge of many a
mother, acts as a charm. While at allays the
'n and lulls the child to rest, it does not leave
Chind it those unpleasant sy mptoms, which
Laudanum, Batemans Drops, &c. generally pro
duce. Ample directions accompany each vial;
and certificates of its efficacy (if required) can be
produced from the most respectable citizens of
Carolina and Georgia. For sale by
KITCH EN & ROBERTSN.1amburg,
EDW. WEBB,Andrrson C I.
WM. IIACKETT, Pendeton C. if.
I)R. E. J. MIM S, Edgrfild C. H1.
Feb. 51838 tf 1
A C A R D.
H L. JEFFERS & Co. acknowI
o edges renewed obligations to their
friends and customers for the very liberal
patronage heretofore bestowed on themn;
and beg leave to announce, that they have
now on hand, and will continue to receive,
a well selected assortnent of GOODS,
Brown and Loaf Sugar,
Green and White Coll'e.
N.O. & Sugar Ilonse Molasses,
Wine and Spirits of the best selection,
Canal Flour-whole and half Bbls.
Bale Rope and Bagging,
Iron and Steel,
Together with all other articles in the Gro
cery Line:-which they will sell, or send to
order, Warranted Good, at the lowest mar
They also continue to transact Cominis
sion Business, inclurling receiving and for
warding of Goods; and tender to their
friends assurance of their best attention to
orders in that line of business.
Ilatuburg, March 1838. tf 5
The Pendleton Messenger will iuecrt the
above four tinaes anu send their bill for
payment to 11. L. J.
R ANAWAY from the Subscri
her on the night of the 5th of
February last, from my nlace two
man named BEN, about forty-e
vears old, five feet six inches high.
'he above reward I will pay for
delivering him to me, or putting him
mn jail so that I can get him.
Ilamburg, March 26,1837 tf8
N o tic e.
Tj IlE uandersignedl intending to be absent
froanhsSat n h State of Southt
Carolina, after thme 1st of April next, re
quecsts that any claimas againist him may be
handed ini to John B. Guieu,, Augusta,
Richard Atnkersoan, South Carolina, or to
himself. And lhe requests those against
whom lhe has claims to settle them wvith
the twvo named persons or with himself
before he sets out.
JOHN BURGESS, scni.
Aigtusta, Janm. 28, 1838 nc 52
The Edgefield Asdvertiser will piublishi the
above for three monthis anid scnd account
to the A ugusta Constitutionalist oilee.
ALIL Persons indebted to the late Chrir
tinan Breithaupt, deceased, are reqtcst
ed to make inimediate p~tamt. And all
persoans having demanids against the estate
f said deceased are requaestcd to present
hem duly attested.
JOHN BAUSKETT, Ext'or.
.Vo i ce.
SLL Persons inadebted to the late Mrs. Be
hetlland Mtimns, dleceased, are reqnested toi
nake imamediate payment, anda all personsi har~
ng deimanads agaimist the estaite of said deeceased
ire requested to presenat them dutly attested.
BJENJ. MIMS, Execuator.
Dec 9,1837 tf 43
LL persons indmebted to the estate of Sanmuel
Caldwell Fsg. hatecofAbbeville District dec'd.
are requested to make p)ament imaimediately, ad
hose having demiands to present them duly at
estetd withain the time prescribed by law, to either
>f the subscribers.
J. L. PEAlt SON. Adm'rs.
A. Ga. CA LDOWELL.
August 8. 197 t f 28
LLprosindebted to thme late Jeffer
so iardson, deceased, are reqtuest
id to mako immediate p~aymient, and all
ecrsons having demaiids against the estate
f said deceased are reqluested to present
~hem dutly attested.
BENJ. RICIIAIRDSON,) n dmin
THEOPHIILUS HILL, ist rators.
Afarch 8, 1836 tf-5
LIL persons having atiy demands against the
E1lstaste of G. Anidersmon, Sen., deceased, are
requested to present them, and those indebted to
make pay ament within the time prescribed by law.
A. A NDE RSON, A dn'triz,
Jan 10, 183A tf 4
LL Persons indebted to tho Into Charles
Thomas, deceased, are requested to make
payment; and all persons having demands against
the estate of said deceased are requested to pre
sent them duly attested. JAS. F. ADA M,
Nov 27, 187 tf4Adinistrar,.
qtate of South - arolina.
Henry Moore and
Eleanor Moore, vs.
Jno. Bauskett, Adm'r. Bill for Account and
of Jno. Moore, dec'ed. ~ Selcment.
Wn. J. Wightman
and wife, and another.
T I E Complainants having filed their bill in
the~Court of Equity for Edgefield District,
in the State aforesai' cluiming that they, and the
Defendants Ann W ightmtan, and her sister -
Harkness, if living, are entitled to the estate-of
the intestate John Moose, deceased, in equal
Shares, on motion of Griffin. Complainant's So
licitor, it is Ordered, that all persons interested
in the settlement of said estate, do appear and
interpose any objections, which they can of right
make to the distribution of the said estate, as
prayed for in the bill, before the Commissioner
of the said Court, at Edgefield Court Ilouse, on
or before the fourth Alonday in May next.
Feb.23, 1838 ac5
It is further ordered that the above be pub.
lished for three months in one or more public
Gazettes in this State. WI. IIARPER.
State of" South Carnilina.
Adm'r of Gertrude J Breit
haupt, deceased, vs. Billfor Injunction
John Bauskett, Paul Fitz- Idirf and Ac
zimmons, Robert Watts, count.
Executors of Christian
Breithaupt, deceased, et al.
Tappearingto my satisfaction, that the de
fendants Patul Fitzsimmons, Ossian Gregory,
Ann E Gregory, Ormond Gregory, AMary In
gram, and Susan Breithaupt, reside beyond the
limits of this State, on motion of Griffin, com
plainants solicitor, ordered. that the said Paul, Os
sian, Ann E., Ormond, Mary and Susan do ap
pear and plead, answer or demur to this 1l
within three months from the publication of this
order, or die said bill will be taken pm confesso
against them. J. TERRY, c c z
Feb 7, 1838 - 13t I
State of South Carolina.
Henry Moore and
Eleanor Moore, vs.
John Bauskett, Bill for Acesaw and
Adm'r of Jno. Moore Sdtlemst.
Win J Wightman
and wife, and o-hera
T appearing to my satisfaction, that -
Harkne, the sister of the defendant, Ann
Wightman, if she is alive, resides beyond the
limits of this State, on motion of Griffin. com
plainants solicitor, ordered that the said -
Harkness, do appear and plead, answer or de
mur to this Bill within three months from tne
publication of this order, or that the said bill he
taken pro confesso against her.
J. TERRY, C C E
Feb 7, 1838 13t 1
State of Sou1th Caruolina.
John W fleard and Isaac T.
Heard, vs. 11. H. Winding,
T appeaing to my satisfaction that Bar
thel H. Winding, otherwise called B. H.
Windin;. the defendant in the above stated
case, resides, without the limits of this State;
therefore, on motion of Bauskett. Com
plainaut's Solicitor, ordered that the said
defeudant.do plead. answer or demur to the
Complainant's Bill, within three months
from the publication hereof, or said BIll will
be taken pro confesso against him.
J. TERRY, c. E. E. D.
Com'er's Office, Edgefield, Feb27, 1838 4
State of South Car'olina.
Mark Riley, vs. WVilliam Riley,
Isaac Riley, William Lewis and
Rebecca his wiife, John1 Ilaverdr
and Alary his wife, & Sary Riley.J
aperigto my Atisfactin thatth
denats W~m. Lewvis and Rebecca his
wife, reside in the State of Alabama, and
the defendants John Ilaverd and Mary his
wife, and Sarah Riley rcside in the State of
Illinois, on motion of Janies J. Caldwell,
Solicitor, ordered that the said dlefend~anlts
who arc without the limnits of this Stnte, do
plead,answer or dlenur to the Complaintant's
Bill of complaint, within three months from
the publication hereof, or the said Bill will
be takeni pro confesso ngainist thtem.
Comi'er's Omeec Edgefield, Feb27, 1838 4
State of' South Carolinha.
IN T HE COMMON PLE.-tS.
Arthur West, v.s.
A. H1. Patrick. A sLatrsrr.
?3 lIE Plaintitiaving this (lay filed his decla
ration in my Othice, andi the D~efendant
having no Wife or Attorney known to be in the
State, utpon whtom a copy of the declaration may
be served, Ordered, that the said defenidant do
appiear andl make his defence within a year and a
day from this date, or finial and absolute jtudg
mnt wvill bei awarded against him.
G EtJRGE POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk's Oficee, Edgefield, A pril 21, 1837.- eb 12
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS
Wm. M. Butler, vs ATTAcuMstze,
WVilliamn Cook. Assusesa.
T HIE Plaintin' in this case having on the 7th
day of A pril, 1837, filed his declaration in
the Cherli's Office, and the Defendalnt having nto
Wife or Attorney, known to be in this State, upon
whom a cop~y of the said declaratiom n may be serv
ed: Theretore ordered, that the said defenidant do
appear and make his defence wvithin ai year ad a
day from the filing of the saiiddeclartion, or tinal
and absoluite juidgenmant willbe forthwith awairded
to the said Plaintilr.
GEORGE POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, A pril 18, 1837 11 tf
TN Pursuance of ain order to us directed
..by Peter Quattletumn, a .justice of the
peamce, in and for the district aforesaid We
have this (lay viewed an estray horsc,shontn
to us by Levi Wethingtoni of this District.&
find the same an iron grey,8or flyears old1,
4 feetII inches high, has the appearance of
once having the fistula, and we do appraise
thesaid horse at thestum of 33dollars. Cer
tified under otur handsl, this the 9th day of
Feb.I1838. WESLEY MILL ER.*
JOHN P.qUA 4'rL r.umj:
State of South Carolina.
Patrick Duncan, vs. Augustine
Arnold, Reubin Robertson, Bill to
Rachel Bighan, and the heirs foreclose
and Admiistrator of Robert Mortgage.
P. Delph. I
T appearing to my satisfactiofn that William
Lyon and Virgiria S. his wife, Judge B.
Del ph, Win. P. Delph, Robert J. Delph, Mary
F. _lelph, Martha G. Del ph, & LamsiAnE. Delpl,
heirs of Robert P. Del ph, 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
witim three months from the date of the publi
cation hereof, or the said bill will, as to them re
spectively, be taken pro confesso.
WM. C. BLACK, C. E.A. D.
Comm'r's Office, Felb. 26, 1838 ac 5
State of South Carolina.
Patrick Duncan, vs. Margaret
I lenderson, John Richey.& Bill to
the heirs and Administrators foreclose
of William Hodges, jun. and Mortgage.
of William Hodges, sen. I
I T appearing to my satisfaction that of the
deFendants in this case James L Hodges
Richard Hodges, John or John W. Hodges,
Walter or Wat. Hodges, James Stone and Eliza
beth his wife, Jesse Williams and Lucy his wife,
James Toinson or James Townes and Polly his
wife, Wiley Cummins and Franky his wife, and
Sarah Hodges, heirs of William Hodges,jr. and
of William lodges, sen. reside beyond the limits
of this State: Ordered that they do severally ap
pear and plead, answer or demur to the above
mentioned bill, within three months from the
date of the publication hereof, or ibe said bill will,
as to them respectively. be taken pro confesso.
WM5. C. BLACK, C. E. A. D.
Comm'r's Office, Feb. 26, 1838 ac 5
State of South Carolina.
Patrick Duncan, vs Elizabeth Bill tofore
Cullens and others, heirs of close Mort
William Cullens, deceased. gage.*
Topearing to my satisfaction that Eliza
bet Cullens widow, and Richard Cullens
and Elijah Cullens, sons of William Cullens, de
ceased, defendants in this case, reside beyond the
limits of this State: Ordered that they severally
do appear and plead, answer or demur to the
bill aoreid. within three months from the pub
lication of this order, or the said bill will, as to
them respectively. be taken pro confesso.
%VM. C. BLACK, C, E. A. D.
Comm'r's Office, March 6, 1838 ac 6
State of South Carolina
Patrick Duncan, vs Richard Billtoforelose
Hodges & Valentine Young, I Mortgage.
T appearing to my satisfaction that Richard
Hodges, one of the defendants in this case,
resides beyond the limits of the State: Ordered
that hedo appear and plead, answer or demur
to the bill aforesaid, within three months from the
date of die publication hereof, or the said bill
will, as to him, be taken pro confesso,
WM. C. BLACK, C. E. A. D.
Commi'r's Office, Feb.26, 1838 ac 5
State of South Carolina.
Patrick Duncan, vs. in Big doforedose
Wilson & Margaret Wilson, Mortgazc.
1 T appearing to my satisfaction that John Wil
. son, (son of Charles,) one of the defendants
in this case, resides beyond the limits of this State:
Ordered that he do appear and plead, answer or
demur to the above named bill, within three
months from the date of the publication hereof
or the said bill will, as to him, he taken pro con
fesso. WVM. C. BLA CK, C. E. A. D.
Comm'r's Office, Feb. 26, 1838 ac 5
State of South Carolina.
Patrick Dutncan. Bill toforcedose
v's. Joseph Travis, liortgage.
I T appearing to my satisfaction that Jose ph
Travis, thme defeimdant in this case, resides
beyond the limits of this State: Ordered that he
do appear and .plead. answer or demur to the
bill aforesaid, within three months fronm the date
of the publication hereof, or the said bill will ba
taken against him pro con fesso.
- WM.C. BLA CK, C. E. A. D.
Comnm'r's OfIcee, Feb. 26, 1838 ac 5
State of' South Carolina.
Hlarrinwtnn & Wilson, vs.)
Claudia C. Tatom and Bill to forecdose
Mary Tuatom. Mortgage.
iT appearing to my satisfaction, that Claudia
C. Tratoim resides without the limits of thIs
State-It is therefore Ordered, that the said C. C.
Tatom, one of the defendants in this case, do
plead, answer or demur to the bill in this caso,
within three months from the date of this publi.
cation, or the said bill wvill he taken pro confesso
against the said Clatudia C. Tatom.
WM. C. BLACK, c. F. A. D.
Comsm'r's Offce, A boerille, Jan 25, 1838' ac 52
State of South Cairolina.
John A. Donald and )Bill for discorcr,
others, vs partition and ac
John M'Cordl et al. count
1T appearing to tmy satisfaction, that Jamies
D.Ionald, one of the defendants in this cas:e,
resides without the limits ofthis State-It is there
fore Ordered, that the said James Doniald, do ap.
peiar plead, ainswer or de~uur to the bill of coin
plaint in this case, within three months frotn the
date ofthias notice, or thme said bill will be taken
pro confesso against the said James Donald.
W M- C. ULACK, c. r.. .A. 0.
Commr'r's O05ce, Aidberille, Jan 25,1838 at 52
State' of' 'outh (Caroinia.
A aron Lomax & others Bill hv
Ex'r. of' THuih Morramh dec'd Ex'r fo'r
vs. JTane M~orrah widlow (advice di
and othcrs- rection &c. -
ITpperin~g to my satisfaction that John
B.Aorah aind liohert Morrahl two) of
the tdefenntis in this case, reside without
the limits of this Sitate, ont montioiu; Ordered
that they do severalhly appear*, & plead, an
swer or demuiitr, to thme bill of complaint in thi~s
ease, wiithin thre'e months from the date of
this publication, or the said hill of complaint
will lie takeu pro confesso, as against thiemnt
\'VM. C. BL ACK, c. z,.s. n.
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