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now but illy provided with arms as well as
Two French ships the other day forced
the blockade at Vera Cruz, and landed 102
tons of powder and five thousand stand of
It is rumored in Tampico by the Mexicans,
that Gen. Taylor and Santa Anna,
have had a fight near Saltillo?that Taylor
was again victorious. It is also said
that the Mexican army have vacated Vera
Cruz?neither of these is to be relied on.
I am here the bearer of despatches from
Col. Butler to Gen. Scott. I shall return
s v to Lobos in a day or two. Harvy Wilson,
> " George Griffin and David L. Donald, are
with me. Hervy and Donate hnvp. tVio
mumps. 1 left our company pretty well at
Lobos, cxcept a few cases of mumps. A.
A Roberts, had been quite sick with the !
fever, but was getting better. He begged
me on leaving, to write to you and excuse
him for not writing.
I am enjoying fine health, so was McGo-. j
wen when 1 left him, also Jas. Perrin, j
and Martin, Posey, is getting along well, j
Do remember me to all my friends?I will
mention none, as 1 cannot mention all.
Yours truly, J. B. M.
From the Palmetto Regiment.?We
have been kindly permitted to make the fol- >
lowing cxtract from a letter from one of the
field officers of the Palmetto Regiment. We !
believe this is the only communication that
Vioo vnnnilorl tliic nlilPO frAm tKft \7Vxl.... I
1IUO 41V/UI * UiUlllUUi 9 '
, sincc tlic regiment left Mobile.
"Island of Lobos, Mexico, Feb. 8, 1847.
"I have just learned that a schooner will
leave here for Tampico in half an hour ; I
therefore embracc the opportunity of informing
you of my safe arrival lieie on Wednesday
the tfd inst. after a passage of seven
days from Mobile, Ala. I was, as I antici- '
pated, very sea-sick during the passage, but '
am quite well now, and have landed my de- j
tachment in general good health, except a ,
few cases of mumps, which are, however, !
all doing well. I have had the honor to be <
the first of the Palmetto Regiment to plant !
my loot on Mexican soil. Un my arrival 1 \
found the Penesylvania Volunteers on tlie
Island. The water is very bad and obtained
by sinking barrels in the Sand; the weather
very hot to-day, equal to summer. I
am unable to say where we are to operate,
but believe and hope the point of attack will
be the city of Vera Cruz.
As the captain of one of our vessels has just
called for our letters I must close in haste,
and can only, therefore, briefly inform you
that Lieut. Col. Dickinson arrived last night
with Sumter's, Marshall's, and Secrest's
companies, all well. Col. Butler is hourly
expected "with the balance of our regiment."
Extract of a Idler received in this city, dated
" Louisvillk, Feb. 24.
"As I was starting from Louisville, Alex.
M'Donald, who had absconded from
Charleston, came up to mo and addressed
me. He seemed to be under great conviction
and his appearance is a powerful commentary
upon evil doing. He is a miserable
looking object; from a very portly,
hcaliny looKing man, ne is reduced to a shadow
of what he was, and I do not think he
can survive many months, unless some great
mental re-action takes place. He really
appears wretched, and I noticed him for
hours in one seat, scarcely moving a feature,
haggard and dejected, scarcely noticing anything.
I advised him to return to Charleston.
lie told me left Charleston without
any intention of remaining away, but a morbid
state of mind induced his foolish course.
He was very ill at Memphis, recovered, and
has. under an assumed namo. lio^n tnnMi.
ing a small number of scholars in Kentucky,
at Bowling Green. He lost the school and
was now seeking employ. lie denied
bringing any money of consequence away;
and has been in almost total ignorance of
all that lias taken place in Charleston.
"I think'liis mind is slightly affected by
continually brooding over the past, and he
said to me that at times for halt an hour or
more he cannot collect and regulate his ideas.
lie told me he had but $40 in the world,
1 , !,!/? 1 1 . -
ana iwo nignts nciore naa lost ins trunk by
the burning of the steamer National'
" He says lie will write all the particu- ;
lars of his position to Mr. , and go to j
Charleston in March, that he had no money,
committed no fraud, and borrowed of Mr. ;
B the money which he required to pay
his expenses at the Springs, which he intended
to return."?Char. Cour.
Correspondence of the Baltimore San.
WASHINGTON, February 25.
The new military bill, supplementary
to the bill for raising ten additional regiments,
is one of the most important bills.
' though it has made but very little noise in
the course of its passage. It enables the
' President not only to appoint two additional
Major Generals, but also gives him the
power to appoint any of them he pleases to
the supreme command of the anny.
It is, in fact, the Lieutenant General bill
for all its useful purposes, and without its
popular, if not constitutional objections;
and it is in ^euerai calculated to give the
greatest efficiency to our army and military
The question now is, who are to be the
\ tw6 additional Major Generals? If Gen.
\ . Scott should fail, in proper time, to give a
\ good account of himself, then I should not
\ ? b? astonished if a Major General were to be
V? appointed over his head, that is, a Major
\ General who would be able to comraand in
spite'of Gen, Scott's seniority.
' V Gen. Scott, thus far, has mado singular
V - ^^^tions on the quartermaster, Geueral5
Jessup. He commands scarcely 15,000
Iroops; and has already made demands for
eighteen thousand pack mules, three thousand
wagons, fifty additional transports, and
fifty millions of pounds of hay. What next,
as the frog said when his tail-dropped ofT
A Visit to San Juan de Ulloa.?The
Pennsylvania Inquirer has been favored
with the perusal of a letter from Tampico,
which states that Lieut. Barns, of the 4th
Artillery was at Tampico awaiting the
General's arrival. He was just from Vera
Cruz, whither he had been sent with a
flag to deliver some of General Taylor's
prisoners. There were about 1200 troops
!r? \T nfn ? 4 1 w\/w-w * .1
<11 I ill lllU 11111U, UI1U IUUU 111 lllc
Castle, and all badly provisioned and with
worse equipments. The Lieut, was received
by the officer in command in excellent
style, and with great courtesy. He
represents the land defences as indifferent,
but in process of improvement by additional
redoubts and lines. Kvcry thing is,
however, commanded by sand hills about
700 yards distant from the city, and well
calculated for the positions of our artillery. ,
The Castle, it was thought, would be shelled
and blown up. I
Tiie Post Master General?Marking j
on Papers.? We are told that one of our
merchants, who has long been in the habit
of sending newspapers to his customers after
having drawn a pen around his advertisement,
continued to do so notwithstanding |
the order of the Postmaster Gcnercral to
tear off wrappers and prosecute everyone
who should make any mark on a newspa- j
per sent by mail. A few days ago the I
merchant received a note from the District
Attorney, inviting him to call. The invitation
was complied with, when the District
Attorney produced several of these newspa- j
pers which had been wrongfully abstracted ,
from the mails by order of the Postmaster '
General, and inquired whether the mer- j
rlmnt mndn ll>r>m nrpnncml tlirn-n I/-> lm
The merchant said yes, and the Attorney j
informed him that lie had been ordered to ;
commence a prosecution for this violation j
of Post Office orders. The merchant addressed
the Post Master General, request- j
ing that functionary to inform him where |
the provision of law could be found which
he was charged with having violated.?
The answer was a discontinuance of
the suit. The Post Master General's
arbitrary orders w.re the sole foundation
of the suit. Our impression is, that a suit
against the Postmaster General fur ordering
the envelopes of the papers to' be taken off,
ana me papers? wnnucia irom their proper
owners, would be likely to find not only
law, but public opinion to sustain it.
J\ Y. Jour. Comm.
Palter Emigrants.?Two packet ships
from Liverpool, arrived at New York,
brought seven hundred and fifty steerage
passengers, of whom the greater portion
where put on board at Liverpool without
shoes or stockings, and almost, in some instances,
without clothing enough to cover
absolute nakedness. Yet ice and snow
covered thn streets when (linu i
as when they arrived. Four children were
born on the passage, literally on straw,
laid on the decks, and without a rag in the
possession of their parents to cover their offspring.
On Sunday last the packet ship
New World landed three hundred and fifty
on a snow covcred wharf, many of whom
were children barefooted, bare headed, and
almost bare altogether. Immediately upon
landincr, a larire portion bezran befffino- for
w# W a _? oa O I
means to procure themselves food and shelter
from the storm.
Relief for Ireland.?The Boston Advertiser
learns that the British Government
has made provision for the transportation
free of charge to Great Britain, of aid from
this country to Ireland and Scotland.?
A letter from Mr. Burritt, which has been
accidentally delayed, is published by the
Christian Citizen at Worcester. It contains
n nntft in nnswnr tn n lo.ttnr lnr TVTnccrc
Hill & Warren, to Lord John Russell.?
This answer is dated February 3rd, and
states that the Lords of the Treasury will
be prepared to pay the freight of any provision
or clothing which benevolent persons
in the United Slates may send to the distressed
in Ireland or in Scotland, on nroper
proof of its character.
Wisconsin.?The new constitution of
Wisconsin provides for the security of the
wife's separate property. Also, that the
family homestead, not exceeding in value
one thousand dollars, shall not be sold on
execution. Banking is prohibited; also
the circulation of bank notes under the
denomination of ten dollars: nnd nft#>r I
1849, under the denomination of twenty
dollars. The question of negro suffrage is
to be submitted to a direct vote of the people.
Overflow of tiie Nile.?Information
has just been received from Egypt, by
I a respectable mercantile house iq Belfast,
that the overflowing of the Nile has carried
away ninety-three villages in Lower Egypt,
with all the produce they contained, including
a very large quantity of flax. The
Government had set vigorously to work to J
repair the dykes.
The Arc due Papkbs.?Mrs. Sarah Underwood
of New York, is now. in \Vashington,
having in her possession, and intending
to mako public exhibition of theiiri, the orlgU*
nai papers found upon the person of Major
Ahdr^/^vlien arrested as a spy, during the
Baptists in the United States.?
There arc in the United States, 7,88*3, regular
Baptist churches, with 5,751 ordained
ministers, 1,005 licensed preachers, and
055,030 communicants. Including the Anti-Mission,
Seventh-Day, Free-Will Bap.
tists, &c., there are 12,023 churches, 8,287
ordained ministers, and 1,000,719 communicants.
The regular Baptists have 14 colleges,
8 theological schools, 20 weekly
newspapers 11 monthly and 3 quarterly periodicals.
A man named Daniel Aiken died in Wex!
ford, Canada West, a few weeks since, aged
! ion it - 1--- ' i ? "
ijwira. xiu ii.iu wiring ins me conirac- |
ted seven marriages, and had 570 grand ;
children and great grand children?370 '
lioys and 200 girls.
A traveller who .stops to throw stones at !
all the dogs that run out and bark at him ,
l as he passes, may cripple a good many pup- j
pies, but he will make slow progress in his i
It is said that General Tom Thumb's j
gross receipts in Europe amounted to the !
immense sum of $750,000.
i MARRIED, on the evening of the 4tli ;
inst.. by the Rev. W. P. Martin, Mr. I
GEORGE W. WELDIN, of Anderson j
District, to Miss MAHALA, (laughter of j
Alexander Culberson, of Laurens District. I
On Thursday the 14th of January last, j
by the same, Mr- EDWARD S NEIGH
BORS to Miss MARY ANN SMITH of
By the same, on Thursday evening the
18th of Feb., Mr. JAMES M. MASSEY, I
to Miss NANCY CAROLINE LEE,
daughter of Philip Lee, all of Anderson :
OB1TIAKY. : |
DIED, at her residence near this Vil- j
lagc on the 25th ult., Mrs. AGNES E. j
PAUL, in the 3Gth year of her age. She
had been an acceptable member of the M.
E. Church for about 20 years.
For Tax Collector,
The Friends of JOSEPH S. D. WETHERALL,
announce him as a Candidate for
TAX COLLECTOR, at the ensuing election.
The friends of the Rev. JAS. MOORE
rospeettuiiy announco mm as a candidate for
the office of Tax Collector at the ensuing
The Friends of W S. HARRIS, announce
him as a candidate for re-election to the office
of TAX COLLECTOR, at the ensuing
Wo are authorised to announce JOHN
CUNNINGHAM, as a candidate for TAX
COLLECTOR, at the next election.
The friends of EZEKIEL TREBLE
announco him as a candidate for the office of
Tax Collector at the ensuing election.
We are authorized 10 announce T. T.
CUNNINGHAM as a candidate for Tax
Collector at the ensuing election.
For sale. Annlv sLt this
March 10 2 tf
Whereas M. O. McCaslin, has applied to mo to
grant him hitters of Administration do boris non,on
tho Estate of James and Emily Pcnnol deceased:
These arc therefore, to cito the kindred and creditors
of said dee'd, to appear and ho before mo in
Ordinary (Monday,) 22d March inst., at Abbeville
C. II., to show causo why said Administration
should not bo granted.?(iiven under my hand 8th
March, 1847. DAVID LESLY, Ordinary.
March 10. 2 2t
Estate of Jesse Calvert deceased.
Notico is hereby given to the Creditors and Distributees
of Jesso Calvert dee'd, among whom Hugh
H. Calvert, Wm. Loak and Elizabeth his wife, and
Jesse Calvert, reside without tho limits of this Stato
that on or before tho first Saturday of Juno next, a
Kpfflftmnnf nf fUn o?mn twill l\o
w?V HUI1IU l*(ll uu x?&i*uu IU IIITJ VIUIUU"
ry's Office ; and that after the time specified, the
Administrator will not hold himself responsible for
interest on shares duo tho Distributees on debts.
March (5, 1847. WM. SMITH, Adm'r.
March 10. f 2 3aj>Administrator's
Will be sold in Pickens District, at the Into residence
of Baily Barton Edq., dee'd, on tho 23d day
of March, inst., and days following THIRTYTHREE
LIKELY NEGROES, consisting of
men, women, boys and girls; ono a good
Blacksmith and one a Millor. 10,000 lbs. Bacon,
500 lbs. Lard, 100 head of Hogs, 10 Horses,
75 head of Cattle, 6 stall-fed Bocves, 2 yoke of
Oxen, 30 Sheep, 1500 bushels of Corn, 10,000
bundles Fodder, 300 dozen Oats, 40 bushels Peas,
50 bushels Ryo, a quantity of Shucks and Straw,
1 Still, 1 set Blacksmith tools, 1 fine sot Cabinet
tools. 2 fniir.hnrnA Wnrrrrnna- 1 nv f!nW 1 finn P??- '
, . . _ ?,
gy, 1 Carryall, 6 fine Saddles, Farming tools of
every description, Household and Kitchen furniture,
8 Beaurcau's, (new and fine,) 4 ,neW Side
Boards, set of now Tables, a largo lot of Walnut,
Cherry, Maple and Pine Lumber, 500 lbs. Cfltton,
largo lot of ready sawed house Lumber, 10,000 new
Boards; besides a great number of other articles
Joo numerous-to mention, on a credit of twelve
months. Bonds or Notes with approved security
will be required for tho purchase money, ejecept
sums under five dollars which must be paid in Cosh.
;JANE BARTON, Administratrix,
P. ALEXANDER, Administrator.
Pickens Dist. S. C., March 2d, 18411:
- - * *'
- $20 Reward; -
Lost on thdroitd leading from Alexandtojluntec
Esq,. '*feo s 0amnfcl Hill's, a PO KiiiT,
BOOK, containing ONE HUNDRED AND'
TEN DOLLARS, apd some cents, ako Bundry
accounts. Anderson finding B>id^ok
and money and rcto.rning tbem to rri^phail
receive tho ^hoye
Feb, 24. 53 tf :\M- W, LOMX^l^^
! NEW STORE
And Cheap Crouds.
The undersigned have associated themselves together,
under the Firm of HILL ALLEN, for tho
purpose of selling goods at Abbovillo C. II., ut tho
lower end of Mrs. Allen's Hotel.
They Hatter themselves, that they aro enabled to
sell as cheap at least as tho other Stores in
tho Village, and respectfully solicit a sharo of public
patronage. Their stock embraces
it ^ "
isry uroous, Hardware, Crockery and Glass
ware?Saddlery, Boots and Shoes, Hals,
Capsj Itoniicls Groceries. <$-c. cfr.
JAMES A. ALLEV.
Abbeville C. If., Feb. 27, 18-17. 1 if
The Copartnership heretofore existing of McBRYDE
&. POSEY, is this day dissolved by its
own limitation. Those indebted will make payment
to either of tho subscribers at tho old stand.
ADDISON F. POSEY
Abbeville II., March 1, 16-17.
HIT* The business will bo continued by tho undersigned
(at the old stand) who solicit tho patronage
so liberally bestowed on the late Firm.
BENJAMIN V. POSEY.
Abbeville C. II., March 1, 1847. 1 tr
??WiT. W-> Wiw> **' CV V" "->?*
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, >
CoijUmijiaj Feb. 17th, 1847. $
Ilia Exccllcncv the Governor having loft Columbia
for his residence at Liincstouo Springs, all communications
should ho addressed .to him at the latter
place. T. WATTS, Executive SecyFch.
3, 1847. 1 ilw
Whereas, A. J. Wccms, applies to me for Letters of
Administration on the Estate of Agnes E. Paul deceased
: Those are therefore to cite the kindred and
creditors of tho dee'd. to appear before mo on the
12th dav of March 1847, (Friday) at Abbeville C.
II., to show cause why said Administration should
not be granted.?Given under mv hand 2Gth Feb.
1847. DAVID LESI.Y, Ordinary.
March 3. 1 lw
The State of South Carolina.
Jesse Rcagin, vs. Catherin Reogin and
others.?Partition in Ordinary.
It rearing that Nicholas Rcagin, 0110 of the Def*
.ants in this ease, resides without the limitc of
iuis State: It is ordered that ho do appear and object
to tho salo or division of the Real Estate of
Young Reagin dee'd, on or before the 20lh diiy of
May 1847, or his consent to the same will be entered
of Record. DAVID LESLY, Ordinary.
Feb. 20th, 1847. 1 3m
The State of South Carolina.
Thomas M. Finley, Reuben J. Finley,
Nancy A. Finley by next friend, and T.
M. Finley, v. Alexander Hunter, Nancy
Finley, Granville H. Finlev and others.
?Bill for Account, Partition, Delivery
of Slaves anil Relief.
It. appearing to my satisfaction, that Nancy Finley,
Granville II. Finley, Isaac N. Fiuloy, Roht OakIcy
and Rhoda his wife, Ahi Dcck and Polly Ann
his wife, aud Jano R. Finley, Defendants in this
case, reside without the limits of this State: Ordered
that tho aljove named Defendants do appear
and pleud, answer or demur, to tho said Bill within
three months from tho publication of this order, or
Judgment ruo coxkekso, will be rendered against
them. II. A. JON ES, c. e. a. d.
Commissioner's Oflicc, March 6tli, 1847.
March 10. 2 3m
The State of South Carolina.
Tiinfnrrl. vs Ann T .infnrd and nthors
?Partition in Ordinary.
It asppariiifr to my satisfaction, by tho Petition of
John Lipford, that James Lipford, Jackson JLindsey j
and wifo Mary, two of the Defendants in this case,
reside without the limits of1 this Slate: Ordered
that they do appear and object to tho division or
the Real Estate of Ldward Lipford dee'd,
on or before tho 20th day of May 1847, or their
consent to the same will be entered of Record.
Feb. 20, 1847. 1 3m D. LESLY, Ord'y.
The State of South Carolina.
J. W. H. Johnsoirand wife, vs. T. R. Puckett.?Partition
It appearing to my satisfaction, by affidavit, that
w. w. rucKet, u. 1j.. rucKot, aim i'Uomas Abcrcroinbo,
aud children of Mary Aborcrombe dec'd,
Partiofl Defendants in this case, reside beyond the
limits of this State: It is-therefore ordered that
they do appear and objcct lor tho division or salo of j
tho Real Estate of Frances Long dec'd, ori or bcforo
tho division,' tfio^SOth^day of May 1847, or
their consent to tho samo will bo entered of Rocord.
Fob. 20, 1847. 1 3m D. LESLY, Ord'y.
xThe State of South Carolina.
To the, Creditors and ' Heirs of Richmond
All persons having demands against tho
Estate will pres^p't.them; to D. Lesly, Administrator
of said Estate as Derelict, on or be*
r ~ ?u~ niwu Xkxr. I? _ i
iuiu nit; mu hi may i ok/, ul which lime ssiq
Estate will be apportioned, and closed ? Anil
au the personal Estate is insufficient to pay the
debts?and the following hejrs and legatees
reside wi^utjtfig limits of this State, viz:
Frances.B Asnes S Huntor, Uriah
R. Harris,^uj>8& I. Heard, and A J.Harris?
and the creditors have petitioned for the pro-'
tate, to pay debts, it is
ttfeieforeorJ&T$.d, tbnt the said absentees do
appear and show cause, why the procfeed#^
tfttwreal Estate^of said Richmond Harris
c^HUd, should riot bo so applied, on or. b$fiSp>>
thetJOth ot May 1817, otherwise, th^l^^n*
safltaBa confessed, will be entered b^uaacwra
I would refer my friends' and clientti to John If.
Wilson Esq., with whom I havo loft my whole business,
and who, duriug my absence, will give all
necessary information and assistance to those who
havo hitherto given, or who may horeafter bo desirous
of extending to mo their patronage and 011couragcinent.
JOHN B. MOKAGNE.
Dec. 30, 194G. 44 tf
The State of South Carolina.
ABBEVILLE DISTRICT, i;,"
I)i the Court of Ordinary.
Sarah J. A. VVhcaton, vs. Thomas Simj
mons and others.?Application of Credi
tors, J or proceeds of Real Estate, to be
paid to Administrator for payment of
debts, on insufficiency oj personal Estate.
It appearing to my satisfaction, that Thomas
Simmons, Francos Simmons nnd Anna Simmons
a minor, parties Defendants, reside
without the limits of this State : It is therefore
ordered ihat they do appear and show
cause within the time, viz, 20th May, 1847,
why the proceeds of the Real Estate of Amelia
Simmons dee'd, sold in Ordinary for Partition,
should not be applied to the payment of
debts by the Adminisirator on deficit of personal
Estate?their cousent as confessed, will
be entered of record.
Feb 20. I 3ni D. LESLY, Ord'y.
Dr. C. H. KINGSMOIIE^
Having made arrangements to locote in the
Village of Due West, would respectfully offer
his services as Physician, to the citizens of the
Village and adjacent country.?Olllce at Mr.
A K Pat tons.
Due West, Feb. 1G. 51 If
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Wm. Alexander deceased.
Notice is hereby given to the Creditors and
Debtors of the Estate of Wrn Alexander
dee'd, lo present their demands and tnake pay}
rnentto the Adminstrator, as the Estate will
not be able to nav all the demands a.Tsinaf it
It will be closed in Ordinary on the first of
Muy. ARCH'D KENNEDY, Adm'r. X
Feb. 17. , 513m W
Noticc to Creditors.
Estate of Elihit Baird deceased. \
| The creditors ol Elihu Baird dee'd, will take
notice, that I will proceed to settle up the
! Estate on the third Monday in May next,
! and the creditors will present all their de1
mand8 on or before that time, as the Estate
| will be insolvent, and only pay a part. On that
day it will be apportioned before the Ordinary
of Abbeville District.
Feb 10 518t JOHN BASKIN, Adm'r.
Notice to Tax Payers.
I Will attend the undernamed times and places
lor the purpose of collecting Taxes lor 1846:
At McGaw'e, Monday, 8th
Mosley's, Tuesday, 9th
' Moragne's, Wednesday, 10th
4* Willington, Thursday, 11th
" Calhoun's Mills, Friday, 12th
" Warrenton, Monday, 15th
.. 1iT - * ,r* *
morwoous, Tuesday, I(jth
" Lowndsyille, Wednesday, 17th
" Trible's, Thursday, 18th
" Calaham's, Friday, 19th
" D. West Corner, Saturday, 20th
" Drake's, Monday, 22th
u Scuffletown, Tuesday, 23rd
" J C Waters', Wednesday, 24th
"#Cokesbury, Thursday, 25th
! " Abbeville C. II., Monday, 1st
" Smithville, Tuesday, 2nd
Deadfall, Wednesday, 3rd
" Stony Point, Thursday, 4th
Gillam's, Friday, 5th
" Cambridge, Saturday, 6th
Greenwood, Tuesday, 9th
Woodville, Wednesday, 10th
* White Hall, Thursday, 11th
? Cothran's Friday, 12th
* " Cedar Springs* Saturday, 13th
" A. C. H., (Court) Monday, 15th
? 44 ? Tuesday, 16th
? " Wednesday, 17th
?* " " Thursday, 18th
" John Bradley's, Monday, 22rd
? Wm H McCaws, Wednesday, 24th
?? Drake's old Field, Friday, 26ih
" Greenwood, Saturday, 27th
At Abbeville C. II., again on Monday, sale
day the 5th April, which will be the last day
| fo." making returns. All persons failing to
make Returns on or before that day, will be
Lawfully liable to pay double Tax. All Taxes
must be paid at least, by the first Monday in
May, or Executions will be issued.
All Taxable property must be returned in
the name of the proper owner. Guardians,
Executors, and Administrators, will take
tice to return all Taxable property under the.ir y
control. And all persons who may hkye
transferred taxable property1 between'thVfirBt r:
or uctoocr jlo D, and tne nrst ot October 1B46,
are required to make the same known to riicr.^ ' :.r
Jan 3 49 tf W S. HARRIS, T. Cf >
The Youijg Jack,
j DON JUAN, will stand this Spring Season
i at the following places, viz:A
I At'Hobt.pRichey^, commencing onMon|
day the 8th of March. At JosephXyon'tf 6n
Wednesday Ihe tenth, ahd at Frnocis Cliqkv ' .
scales'.on Friday twelfth, and visit the stands; ,
every ninth day (Sundays excepted,) throughout
the season, Nvhich w^ en^^e ^jh of .
to the Groom in all^