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My AVifc and Child.
Tho tattoo beats?tho lights aro gono?
The camp around in slumber lies?
Tho night, with solemn pace, move? on?
Tho shadows thickcn o'er tho Bkice?
But sleep my weary eyes hath flown,
And sad, uneasy thoughts ariso.
I think of thee, Oh! dearest ono !
Whoso Iovo mine oarly life has blest;
Of thoo and him?our baby son?
Who slumbers on thy gentlo breast;
God of tho tender, frail uud lono,
Oh ! guard that littlo sleeper's rest!
And liovor, gently hover near
r.?i a?,a ?*?!
A U lll'I Wtivau WttWUIUI U 13 HUl?
The mothor, wife, tho doubly doar,
In whoso young hoart havo freshly mot
Two streams of love bo deep and clear,
And cheer her drooping spirit yot.
Now as eho kneels before thy throne,
Oil! teach her, Ruler of tho skies!
That whilo by thy behest alono
Earth's mightiest powers fall or rise,
No tear is wept to theo unknown,
Nor hour Ib lost, nor sparrow dies !
That, thou can'st stay tho ruthless hand
Of dark disease, and sootho its pain ;
That only by thy stem command
Tho battle's lost, tho soldier's slain ;
That from tho distant sea or land
Thou bring'st tho wanderer home again.
And when UDon her nillow lono
Her tear wet chock is sadly proBscd,
May happier visions beam upon
Tho brightning current of her breast,
Nor frowning look, nor iill Try tone
Disturb tho sabbath o." rest.
Wherever fate tlioso may throw,
Loved with a passion almost wild,
By day, by night, in joy or woe,
By tears oppressed or hopes beguiled,
From ?very danger, every foe,
Oh ! God, protect my wifo nnd child !
II. J. R.
I ask not for his linage,
I ask not for his name?
If manlinesss be in his heart,
He noble birth may claim.
I caro not of this worlds wealth
But slender be his part,
If yes you answer when I ask? '
nas ne a true man s neart
I ask not from what land he came,
Nor -where his youth was nursed?
If pure the stream, it matters not
The spot from whence it burst.
Tho palace or the hovel,
Where first his life began,
I ask not of: but answer this?
Is he an honest man ?
nk. jkA r?k rvr\noTTv /% r??
To make Lir Salve.?Take equal parts
say one ounce each?of olive oil and white
wax ; set the latter at the side of the fire in
a small clean vessel, such as a gallon pot;
when it is melted, add the oil. If a red color
be preferred, take a little alkanet root,
well cleaned from the sand that of;en adheres
to it; tie it in a piece of muslin, and
put it in with the oil and wax until sufficient
color appears to be extracted. If the lip
salve is to be scented, three dops ofany essential
oil will be found sufficient for the above
quantity. Several oils are used, the chief
being oil of cloves, cinnamon, bergamot,
lemon, lavender, <fcc., and of these, clove,
bergamot, and lavender, a drop of each, will
communicate a delicate odor.
Keeping Hams.?Three months ago,we
gave an excellent receipt for curing hams.
Many of our readers know that after they
are cured and smoked, it is often-times no
easy matter to keep them satisfactorily
through the warm season. The editor's
plan?and it is the best we have fallen upon
in a practice of more than thirty year??is
to envelope the ham in twp or three newspapers,
and put it in a homespun bag. Let
> r mere be^tjtf ring put through the hock, say
j.. eix or eight inches long, by which it may
< be hung up, draw the mouth of the bag tight,
and tie it round the string. It is better to
' let the ham, when suspended in the closet
or cellar, bear upon upon its own string
rather than upon that of the bag in which it
is enclosed. The bag will be injured if the
ham bears upon the bottom of it.
?itied Strawberries. Last summer,
by way of experiment, when strawberries
wore plentiful, I attached threads to their
stalks, and hung up a few which were over,
ripo, to dry. I placed inside a window facing
the south where they remained from
June last until the present time, (March 28.)
They have just been tasted and the result is
most satisfactory. That sweet refreshing
acid which is peculiar to the strawberry in
full perfection; the flavor of'the fruit without
any watery taste, is delicious; it dissolved
as slowly as lozdnge, and is infinite-1
ly superior to the raisin, which so soon
brings on a feeling of satiety. The experiment
may be tried when the fruit is so ripe
as to be scarcely worth gathering, without
any further expense or trouble than being
hung up ^London Paper. '
Acorns?Insignificant as -acorns my
teem, they have, nevertheless, been the
cause of wonderful; changes in the political
condition ..of the world;, and it may not. perv
* haps, be too* much to say, that they iie,at
Ju> foundation of Bntish (and of course Atne.;
t r ican) liberty: for when the people of Eng*r4
%ced Kin| John to si^n Magna
Charta, one of their main arguments was,
that they were oppressed by William the
Conqeror, who, from his passion for hunting,
had reserved all the forests for the
kings use, and forbid the people's letting j
their hogs run at large to fatten on the i
acorns. A Spanish army of between ;
00,000 and 70,000 men, in the early part j
ol the present century, were preserved from
starvation by subsisting six weeks on acorns i
which they found in the forests of Salamanca! j
And had it not been for acorns General j
Jackson would not have been president of j
the United States; for, if we may believe |
the assertions of his partisans, he, with his i
army, while prosecuting the Seminole war,
had no other food for nine days, and with- !
out acorns they must inevitably have starved j
to death, and have left their scalps as tro- ,
phies in the hands of the savage foe they ;
were pursuing. '
Virtues of Cedar.?The leaves of Ce- j
dar afford effectual protection against the
I weaval and otnor depredating insects.
Their aroma will also protect the body j
against the attack of the inusquito and bed- i
bug. This is the testimony not of King '
Theory, but of a practical man's Expcriencc. !
It may not be uninteresting to the readers of j
the Luminary to learn the process by which '
I was led to make these discoveries. I will I
A year or two sincc I saw a notice in the i
public papers that bed-bugs never infested !
bedsteads made of cedar. I was at that
time, annoyed by a hardy race of these ani- j
mals, who resisted the influence of mercury, j
turpentine, pepper, tobacco, and poisonous !
gasses used in unmgation. l resolved to
try the virtues of cedar. The leaves were I
rubbed on the exposed parts of my body, ,
and some of them placed under my pillow.
The rubbing with the leaves caused a pricking
sensation for a short season, but kept
aloof my mortal enemy that was want to ;
feed upon me and attack me under cover of j
the night. My success in this experiment
led me to make others. I spread a pallet at
night in a room much infested with the bugs, :
and strewed tobacco all along around it. In j
the morning I found the bugs had passed |
mj' tobacco wall. The next night I spread ;
my pallet as before, and snrrounded it with !
twiggsofccdar. Inthe morning the pallet was j
examined and not a single bug found. The
experiment was repeated several times with '
The Japanese have a ver}' efficient go- j
vernment, and obey the laws from a sense of j
honor rather than from force. In the whole 1
empire there is not a. public executioner, '
When a man commits a crime that is ad- j
judged worthy of death, he receives an ofli- !
cial notification that such a day is appointed j
for him to die, at such an hour, time always j
being allowed the condemned to arrange his !
affairs. At the appointed hour he assem- j
bles his friends and family, bids them fare
well, and then rips open his own bowels. !
p.vn nr TTJ V Wnum Tho dicfinnnnr.
ance of stars from the planetry world, is j
suited to awaken deep reflections in the hu
man mind. They indicate that the period j
is coming when this earth also will disap- i
pear and the heavens be rolled together as I
a scroll, and the grand catastrophe at the j
end of the world will come to pass. Dti- j
ring the last two or three centuries, upwards ;
of thirteen fixed stars have disappeared.
One of them, situated in the Northern hemisphere,
presented a peculav brilliancy, and
was so bright as to be seen by the naked eye
at mid day. It seemed to be on fire, appear
c * ~ r ? .1 i: .1 _r .1
my ai nisi ui a udzuug wiutt?. muii 01 a ruuish
yellow, and lastly of an ashy pale colour.
La Place supposed it was burned up, as it
has never been seen since. The conflagration
was visible about sixteen months.
How dreadful! a whole system on fire, the
great central luminary and its planets with
their mountains, forests, villages, cities and
inhabitants, all in flames, consumed! And
here we have a presumptive proof of the
truth, and a solemn illustration of a singular
passage in the bible?The heavens will
pass away with a great noise, the elements
shall melt with fervent heat, the world
shall be burned up.
A Hint for Mothers.?A medical correspondent
of an English paper, attributes the
highshoulder and the lateral curvature of the
spine, which so frequently disfigures young
females,to the shoulder straps of their dresses
restimg below the shoulder and on the muscles
cf the arm, instead of being on the shoulder,
which compels the wearer to be constantly
hitching her shoulders to keep up her
dress, an action that results in forcing up the
shoulder,a distortion of the chest and a literal
curvature of the spine. He also states that
from this dangerous practice, and the conse
quentexposure of the chest to the cold, that
inward tubericles are formed, and not unfrequently
consumtion is engendered.
About Maids.?A German says that maids
have four ages?the golden, from sixteen to
twenty-one; the silver age, from twenty-one
to twenty-eight; the plated age, from twentyeight
to thirty-five; and the iron age, from
thirty-five to the end. The thirty-fifth he
considers the equator of human life which
divides into the Southern andNorthren hemispheres.
On the Northern there is no paradise
ior girls. They now write their fare
well letters to all hopes and wishes. They
conform to stern necessity, and resign themselves
with constrained grace to the iron tooth
Paredes, who is said to be at Paris, has
given it as his opinion that the war between
Mexico aiui the United States will , bo a
The Great Belt, for Montreal.?The
casting ol this, the largest hell ever made in
the country, was successfully completed on
the 25th of February, at the foundary of
Messrs. Mears, in Whitechapel, London.
The quantity of metal used was about twen
ty-five tons. The founders, it is stated, in.
tend to give the public an opportunity of in.
specting the work when perfectly finished,
previous to its shipment for Canada.
The American Hoard of Missions has recently
appointed 20 new Missionaries to
meet pressing demands from India, and elsewhere.
Thirty-four villages in India have
applied to the missionaries at Medura tor
Christian teachers. At the Union Seminary,
New York, '20 students have signilied
their willingness to go.
Death of a Powerful Monarch.?Wo translate
from tho Franco-American an itom of foreign
i? ?* ? . i ?
o iiiiK.ii nan iiut unji our cyrs (M^pwnrrc. .-v j
great Emperor of India, little known in Europe,but I
who, nevertheless, was tho chief of thirty millions ;
of men, has recently died. We mean Min IWeah, j
the ruler of Anam, Sovereign of all Cochin-China,
of Fonquin nn<l of Combodia. Tho event is important.
Min Meali, after the example of the Emperor
of China, had constantly refused all relations
with foreign powers. It is said that his successor is
determined to open the ports of tho Empiro of |
Anam to the vessels of all commercial nations.
Dp.atii i?V Starvation in Irf.i.and.?The Dublin
correspondent of tho liondon Globo estimates
the whole number of deaths by starvation in Ireland,
up to the 20th of February, at upwards of j
Tiif. Last of tiif. Barons.?Who that has road
this noblo historical novel of Bulwer, can roalizo tho
announcement that the English Heralds havo found
tho head of the Nevilles?tho lineal descendant of
the prond Earl of Warwick, who made kings at
pleasure?to ho a journeyman boot closer at Northampton.
A soldier who was wounded in battle, set
up a terrible bellowing. An Irishman, who
laid near, with both legs shot off, immediately
sung out, ' Bad luclc to tho likes of ye,
do ye think that no body is lcilt but yerself/l
.... 11 t t t -.-1 r .1 i
v^iJLAi-i^AtA.?JLVUv# J. ?j. jLjCiinan, oi me
Methodist Episcopal Church, in Patterson
N. J., has been appointed by the President
a chaplain in the U. S. Navy.
Tiie American Board of Missions.?
The amount of donations and legacies received
by the board in January ?21,399 03.
Total from August 1st, to January 31st,
$91,59 i 08.
'I can't find bread for my family,' said a
lazy fellow in company.'
'Nor I,' said an industrious miller, 'I am
obliged to work for it.'
An Irishman in a store asksd for a pair
of sillc gloves, anil was told that the kind
no wanted wouiu come to one dollar.
1 Oh by my soul, how thin,' exclaimed
Pat, 'I'd sooner have my hands go barefoot
all the days of my life, than give ye that
The State of South Carolina.
To the Creditors and llcirs of Richmond
Har ris. dcrcased.
All persons having demands against the
Estate will present them to D. Lcsly, Administrator
of said Estate as Derelict, on or before
the 20th May 1847, at which time said
Instate will be apportioned, and closed : And
hk t Jin nnrsnnnl F.stntn w inonflininnt tn nnuthn I
debts?and the following heirs and legatees
reside without the limits of this State, viz:
Frnnces E Harris, Acnes S Hunter, Uriah
It. Harris, Louisa I. Heard, and A J Harris?
and the creditors have petitioned for the proceeds
of real Estate, to pay debts. It is
theieforo ordered, that the said absentees do
1 appear and show cause, why the proceeds of
the rpal Estate of said Richmond Harris deceased,
should not he so applied, on or before
the 20th ot May 1847, otherwise, their conn
sent as confessed, will be entered ot record
Feb. 20,1847. 1 3m D. LESLY, Ord'y.
The State of South Carolina.
Jesse Reagin, vs. Catherin lteagin and
ntViptq T*n.rl').1.rnrt. rn. Orrlitin.rti
It nppearing that Nicholas Rcagin, one of tho Dofondants
in this cnse, resides without tho limitc of
this Stato: It is ordered that lie do appear and object
to tho salo or division of tho Real Estato of
Young Reagin dee'd, on or before tho 20th day of
May 1847, or his consent to tho samo will bo entered
of Record. DAVID LESLY", Ordinary.
Feb. 20th, 1847. 1 3m
The State of South Carolina.
J. W. H. Johnson and wife, vs. T. R. Puckctt.?Partition
It appearing to my satisfaction, by affadavit, that
W. VV. Puckot, R. L. Pucket, and" Thomas Aborcroinbe,
and children of Mary Abercrombe dee'd,
Parties Defendants in this case, reside beyond tho
limits of this Stato: It is therefore ordered that
they do appear and object to the division or sale of
the Real Jbstato of J? ranees Long dec d, on or boforo
the division, the 20th day of May 1847, or
their consent to the same will bo entered of Record.
Feb. 20, 1847. 1 3m D. LESLY, Ord'y.
Notice to Creditors.
JEstate of Eliku Baird deceased.
The creditors of 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 demnnita
nn nr hp.fnra that. limp, no tho T7.atnto
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,
, Job Printing,
Executed in its various branches at this
Office, with neatness and despatch.
* m ' . \ - .
Notice to Tax Payers.
I Will attend the undernamed times and placet*
for the purpose of collecting Taxes lor 1840:
At McGaw's, Monday, 8th
" Mosley's, Tuesday, 9th
" Moragne's, Wednesday, 10th
" Wellington, Thursday, 11th
" Calhoun's Mills, Friday, 12th
" Warrenton, Monday, 15th
44 JNorwood s, Tuesday, 16th
" Lowndsyille, Wednesday, 17th
" Trible'e, Thursday, 18th
44 Calaham's, Friday, 19th
44 D. West Corner, Saturday, 20th
" Drake's, Monday, 22th
" Scuflletown, Tuesday, 23rd
" J C Waters', Wednesday, 24th
44 Cokesbury, Thursday, 25th
44 Abbeville C. H., Monday, 1st
44 Smithvi'le, Tuesday, 2nd
44 Deadfall, Wednesday, 3rd
44 Stony Point, Thursday, 4th
44 Gillain'fj, Friday, 5th
44 Cambridge, Saturday, 6th
44 Greenwood, Tuesday, 9th
44 Woodville, Wednesday, 10th
44 White Hall, Thursday, 11th
44 Cothran's Friday, 12th
44 Cedar Springs, Saturday, 13th
44 A. C. H., (Court) Monday, 15th
" " " Tuesduy, 16th
" ? 4t Wednesday, 17th
" " M Thursday, 18th
'* John Bradley's, Monday, 22rd
? Win H McCaws, Wednesday, 24th
" Drake's old Field, Friday, 2oth
14 Greenwood, Saturday, 27th
At Abbeville C. H., again on Monday, sale
day the 5th April, which will be the last day
for 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 nos
tice to return all Taxable property under their
control. And all persons who may have
transferred taxable property between the first
of October 1845, and the first of October 1846,
are required 10 maice me same Known 10 me.
Jan 3 49 tf W S. HARRIS, T. C.
The Young Jack,
DON JUAN, will stand this Spring Season
at the following places, viz:
At Robr.. C llichey's, commencing on Monday
the 8th of March. At Joseph Lyon's on
Wednesday the tenth, and at Francis Clinks
scales' on Friday twelfth, and visit the stands
every ninth day (Sundays excepted,) throughout
the season, which will end the tenth of
June next, and be let to Marea at Three Dollars
the single Visit, four Dollars the Season,
and six Dollars Insurance. Twenty-five cents
to the Groom in all cases. Any person putting
by the leap, and the Mare not standing,
may fall into the season or Insurance, and not
be charged for the leap. Tne leap and season
money, will be considered due at the expiration
of the season; the Insurance, as soon as
it is ascertained that the Mare is in foal. Any
nerson tradino-a Mare before it is nsrertnineH
1 - p? ? ?
whether Bhe is in foal or no. will be held responsible
for the Insurance. All possible
care will be taken to prevent accidents, but no
liability will be incurred for any that may hap*,
Don Juan's Sire, was the celebrated Don
Juan, imported from Italy; the largest Jack
that has ever been in this section of country,
and can show the best Colts. Hts Dam is a
; first rate Jinny, of the Don Sancho blood.
References for the Colts of Young Don
Juan : To James B Richey, Wm Richey jr
and Robert Ellis. JOHN DONALD, Sr.
Feb. 11th, 1847. 51 6\v
The State of South Carolina.
H. H. Towns applicant, vs. J. W. Prather
and others.?Partition in Ordinary.
It appearing to my satisfaction that Elijah
Roberts, one of the Defendants, in this case.
resides beyond the limits of the State. It fs
therefore ordered that he do appearand object
to the division or sale of the Real Estate of
Betsy Roberts dec'd, on or before the 20th day
of May 1847, at his consent to the same will
be entered of record. D. LESLY, Ord'y.
Feb. 24. 52 3m
The State of South Carolina.
,hi the Court of Ordinary.
Smallwood Witts, vs. Franklin Witts and
others.?Partition in Ordinary.
It "appearing- to my satisfaction that, Lucinda
Weatherford, Susan McClure, Wrn Witts,
Tlinmns Witts. Willinmnnn WiKa. ?nH VViL
liam Jones and Mary his wife, parties Defendants
reside without the limits of the State.
It is therefore ordered, that they do appear
and object to the division or" sale of the real
Estate of Stephen Witts de'd, on or before
the 20th of May 1847, or their consent to the
same will be entered of record.
Feb 3 1 3m f). LESLY, Ord'y.
To all Administrators, Executors and Guardians,
Those who are in default, and have not made
your annual returns, are required to do so without
fail, the commencement of the year.?
There are a number of defaulters.
Jan 13th tf 46 D. LESLY, Ord'y.
T\T^ T>-VTT**r ^
JJK. W. MCHHiJLijAK,
Having located at Winter Seat, Edgefield Dietrict,
Respectfully offers his services to the
citizens ol the vicinity, in the various branch*
es of the profession.
Jan. 6,1847. ' 45 3im ,
The State of South Carolina
Lipford, vs, Ann Lipford and others.
?Partition in Ordinary,
It appearing to my satisfaction, by the Petition of
John Lipford, that James Lipford, Jackson Lindsay
and wife Mary, two of the Defendants in this case,
reside without the limits of this State: Ordered
that they do appear and object to the division or
the Real Estate of Ldward Lipford deo'd,
on or before the 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.
BLANKS for tale at this-. Office.
The State of South Carolina.
Wiley Pullim and others, vs. Thomas Byrd
and others?Bill for Injunction, Specific
It appearing to my satisfaction that Frances
Mitchell, Anna Cooper, John Pullim, Zacha- i
riah Pullim, Robert Pullim, Harriet Ware, and
James Ware her husband, Caroline Stewart
and Mark T Stewart her husband, Agrippa ^
Golston, Zachariah Golston, Burrel Ball,
runts joau, Liewis jsau, Jbjiizabeth Wardlaw
and her husband Joseph Wardlaw, Richard
Pullim, William Pullim, Sarah Christopher
and her husband William Christopher, and
Elizabeth Dobbs, parties defendants in above
stated case, reside beyond the limits of this
State. Ordered that they do appear, plead,
answer or demur to the said bill, within three
months from the publication hereof, or the
same will be taken pro confesso, against them.
Jan 25. 48 3m H A. JONES, c e. a. d.
The State of South Carolina,
In the matter of John CalvtrVs WUl.
Whereas, Silas Ray and wife, James Shillito
and wife, and John Davis, some of the next of
kin of the sr.id John Calvert dee'd, have this
day filed their notice in Ordinary requiring the.
paper admitted to probate in common form in
Baid Cour', to be proven in M due form of law."
These are therefore, to cite Millv Patterson, 1
and MasonCalvcrt, who are 6aid to be absent
and without the limits of this State, and
may be entiled to distribution of said Estate,
to be and appear before me in the Court of
Ordinary to be held on or before the third
Monday in April 1847, at Abbeville C. H? and
plead thereto, at which time I shall hear and
pronounce for or against the validity of the
same. DAVID LESLY, Ord'y.
Jan 12th' 1847. 47 3m
The State of South Carolina.
T? f * r- m
jiiii ?//?; \jvunb uj \jiniLULWlb JL~l (lS.
Benjamin F. Spikes, who has been arrested,
and is now confined within the bounds of the
jail of Abbeville District, by virtue of a writ
of capins ad satisfaciendum, at the suit of
Wade S Cothran and James Sproul, having
| filed his petition, with a schedule, on oath, of
his whole estate and effects, for the purpose of
obtaining the benefit of the Acts of the General
Assembly commonly called "the Insolvent
Debtors Act?Public Notice is hereby given
that the petition of the said Benjamin F.
Spikes will be heard and considered in the
Court of Common Pleas to be holdeu for Abbeville
District, at Abbeville Court House, on
the third Monday of October next, or on such
other day thereafter as the said Court may
order; and all the creditors of the said Benja
min F. Spikes are hereby summoned person**
ally or by attorney to be and appear then and
there, in the said Court, to shew cause, if anv
they can, why the benefit of the Acts aforesaid
should not be granted to the said Benjamin
F Spikes, upon his taking the oath, and executing
the assign:nent required by the Acts
aforesaid. J F LIVINGSTON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, Dec 26, 184G 44 t3mO
The State of South Carolina.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
William A. Cobb, vs. James Knox.?
The Plaintiff in the above case having this day
filed his Declaration in my office, and the Defendant
having no wife or attorney known to
be within the State, upon whom a copy thereof
mhV hn ! It. IR OrilMri-fl thnt thoflnirl
Defendant do appear and plead thereto within
a year and a day from this date, or judgment
by default will be given against huriT
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, Clerk.
Clk's Office, March 14,1846. 3 ly
Notice to Creditors.
Estate oj Wm. Alcxarulcr deceased.
Notice is hereby given to the Creditors and
Debtors of the Estate of Wm Alexander
dee'd, to present their demands and make pay*,
menttothe Adminstrator, as the Estate will
not be able to pay all the demands against it.
It will be closed in Ordinary on the first of
May. ARCH'D KENNEDY, Adm'r.
Feb. 17. 51 3m
\T_t: x_ _i i. T\'_i -i . -
.mutice 10 auseui jL/isiriDUiees.
The Distributees of James Webb dee'd, will
take notice that the administrator of the Estate,
is ready to settle up the same, and will
proceed to close the same by the lltli of April
next, in the Ordinary's Office, from which 1
time he will not be responsible for the interest
of the funds, so held for them, in readiness.
ANDREW DUNN, AdmV.
Jan. 11 1847. 47 3mlm
All persons indebted to the estate of Maj. John
Chiles, dee'd, are requested to make payment;
?nd those having1 demands against the estate to
render them in properly attested to William
X WUIIIIBII vi iuio vmiro at nifi mie resiQCnC^f
or to me. THOS C PERRIN, Bx'or
No 25,1846 39 tf
WHITLOCK, SULLIVAN & WALLER,
having placed aU their NOTES and AC**
COUNTS in our hands for collection, with
special instructions, those in-debted by Not?
or Book Account, would do well to call and
make payment as soon as convenient. Pay
ment is not to be made lo either of the pt^rtn?rs,
but alone to us.
PERRIN $ tycQQWEN.
July 2% 1846 SI tf
House and Lqt for Sale.
? m x ne suD9criDer oners tor sale his
HOUSE and LQT, gituate on
. if iHftthe main street in tBe village of AbjaAIHKbevilta.
The house is in good repair*
with all necessary out buildings.
Dec 9 4ltf J. A. HAMILTON. 2
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To the People of Abbeville. .
The subscriber respectfully solicits albpcrsons
indebted to the Sheriffs . Office fqr COSTV
Plaintiffs or Defendant's,are earqeqtly ^uee^-/ '
ted to come forward and settle, as this w
last year in office* I shall be. cofapeUedto.fcs^e)
all cost due me \r* the office settled.
find myself or Mr Ta^atf'alwaysI'UJrtjPr
Attce'': 7 tf]i/
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