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JlObbY SPUIXHS FEilALE INSTITUTE. rrUTG examination of the Puri of thin lnli 1 lute will commence on the VXh of December P The ensuing Session will 'Pcn on Monday the 13th January next- m m Fxperiem-e has confirmed ihe op. mon, always . rtVri.iinn! b u. that no Institution, deserving, meritoriously, the public confidence, can ront.n lue Ion- to exist without the means of inf ctin.ar Hs rselvihe n.-t-j r iirrpiii exren-es. l o save our .i-..Will uhirh nccoruins: in our present sys- iem of chargim; 1,1,1 n:i!l advance, too plainly lie. before us. e are corned emtioti as to h ; limes ol i.niaori. wesii.tii, WfoJe rV.jui.v, in futnte, payment for the ; u hole fc'esM.jii in a.!van . C. A. FOSTEIT, ItK' TOit & PRINCIPAL. O. f. 2-M. 1-311 Swr AiM-lioM :8isl C'oaitiii5ion :inl Wholesale JDry MK.MP111S, TEXX. advaNCKO ON CoIC:MKNTS. iK-t.ber I, ISI 1 thn. X3?The following sale is postponed un til MONDAY the Gth day of January ticxt TRUST SALE. IX pursuance of a Deed of Trut execr.tpd to incby Win. Gordon, on thediti day ot May ISM, to e the jK.ym.-.it of t -M tain Minis therein lnetitioiied, I will i roct-o l to sell to the hr,nevt ti.Mer for c..Ii,atih,-Court house Coor in the town of Nolly Springs eby Wm. Gordon, on iheGiti day of May 1SJ-), ni tht S.lr.l ti.nf of Jttiu n-rf, the!-.a-t half of Sections I1;in- West oMhet-.is nv-Tnhan ClM-.a.a,- The a ove Peed has hem .ItiJy recorded in ,. co uniy t ilv-u- W. t ( iO D.MA.N. J nistea. Jan. 13, 'II. tin. JFOU THE PILES. rnrinrrlce.i l, i refunded to any ner.on who J. will tia tortloof !IavN I.in.inent for ihe Pi!e;, aud retina th empty bottle viihuii hein j i ar. .l. The above have been the terms on which j th.s Unisoent has been sold for nearly ten years , T-t an.l not one bottle out oi one hundred hasev- rr Urn returned. The proprietors di-comin ue j that eu-iutn as wholly unnecessary, and giving ; hid men a chance to impose upon our a sent?., j We might insert t eriifi.-afes to any len-th bat j pielor tluit thu-e who sell the article should ex- ; hiV.ii the original to pe.irhasers. j For sale in Holly Spring? by 11. P. Lew- i is and E. A. Talbot. March, 2'A lHi:i--Jm Till: CKLVsURATEn COTO VXD GHLORNE TOGTH-WASH rrtms Tooth-Wash i renowned for its efiica- j X cy in P-rifyiag the 11i.rtii, and preventing . the decay ol 'l. lk, and keeping the nts healthy t sound, varrnntci. Foi a!e at LEWIS', ; oiith sid of the Square. STRAY SALSt I "WILL, sell at the court house iloor in the town of Holly Springs, on the fourlh Monday in Noveiutier, the following property as slvays, viz : One sorrell !iore taken up by Vihy Tel Mount PUsuant, appraised tti $t v" j near AI one ALSO-tne lar-e black pi.KM steer, takeu upi ly HoUTt Uaiford, "appraised to"S-:MM. AL.su. t)ne lot ot tattle, la ken up by Mak- well Wilson, appraised to StJ.oXL . . . . : 1ft. J'- I lb) -iLsO. One lot ot ho-s. taken urby John II. 1 A ndeton, appraised to 1,00. AL'O. One lot of hos, taken up by Isaac 1L Marr, appraised to 7 U4.) JAL II.'SWANWI, 7.1isrr. Nor. 1st. lSll-nlC-lf. X O L. 31 S I' O C ICS YcltltlFUti:. t IiUS remedy for worms j. one of the most es i traordinary ever used. It effectually eradi- c-avs worm of all sorts fromch lildrrn and adults I ''"LfVt1 I 'r,i,HK.ir,i' nerixlil.if a.'orii)s. . . r r c ranse lirinT wri.iun Smn other rnxi.n k a.. ' tir-f-l for their .siskness, until too late to cure If; val cause. What itnmcne responsibility thn rests upon t!:? j. n rent who does no! kt;ow, and the doctor -' r . i , . t i. A i . . . i - . cc-'icving taoe precious flowers of cbil-' .'rcn. i V j at should b done 1 T! t an swer is plain. Give this vermifuge. V ' 'sh ill K.- sure In cn.-wt if thv hn- n.. A I W t ' lr .i 4 Z m I -j L V I tirl- 1 V'."" w" iu iiiuir, innrn iiniir vuuii- i l , l r .1 .. -. . ... neiu tine naners mr thirti' mnri rs i-. tviti, ap,rai-en io cria.ow . r--.-. -i'i'-i ucwiuus, ALse one llrown mare uuilo, laken up ly ! u hlca belonged rqual.y to said Shorter, A. A. Iiivard. appraised to .20 fx) I Beni imin I. Tarver .ml hm Xl cu., ALSO. One Ox, taken up by Daniel Murki- Cnmnlo'nqnt; H.,f rt.-,ml' r, 4 v.-'t:.s; and if they have, it w ill destroy and e- ?tru.menl ,n wr,iing shoeing the respect rr.ii a - hem with a certainty and precision tru- Mle interests of sail James C. Watson and tciirvhin?. i n harrA Ibe. smallest, infant or tht t adiilf. There is no meicury or eiine . Mercury is the basis of niosi worm -: and tii remedy is sometimes -ore se. So never Use lozences, but re- Ml. . ia! '.-jei.ii- th;u. Iv ;: ub i -i in?. . Every person will be convinced thai it is the most perfect cur? ever .e '. For ?ale in Holly Springs by R. P. Lew is at the brick Drug Store south cf the sqnare. and by E. A. Tj!bot, sign of the uiJen mortar. much 25, 'll-lyj jr. . r "T in Sia.lt cf .u , ybaYttrilolly Springs. J-- if'Shorter tlal ) In vacation, j J'Sd5 - vs . V Octobe r . 24, 1 "Thomas W. Watson tlal. ) 1844, UPON opening the matters of this Bill, it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the defendants John H. Watson, Benja- J min W. Walker and Mary his wife, are not inhabitants of this State but reside beyond the limits thereof, so that the ordinary proc ess of this Court cannot be served on them Therefore it is oidered, that unless the aid defendants appear before the Vice Chancellor at the Court room in the town of Holly Springs on the first Monday cf Jan uary next and plead answer or demur, to the Bill of Complainants, the several allega tions thereof, will be taken for confessed as to them, and such order and decree made therein as the Vice Chancellor shall devm equitable and just, and it is further ordered that a copy of this order ba inserted in the "Holly Springs Gaztte" .a newspaper pub. lishcd in the town cf Holly Springs Missis, sippi: oncca witk far two months successive I. JAMES C. ALDERSON Clerk. ABSTRACT OF BILL Charges, That sometime in the year 18 35 and about the first of the year 1S3G, one Eli S. Shorter and one James C. Watson, both then of the County of Muscogee and State of Georgia, entered into an agreement to purchase lands in Copartnership, in the Chickasaw Cession State of Mississippi, and that about an tqnil amount cd titles was to be taken in the name ofeach that it was fur1 ther agreed that each of Ihem should, if he desired so to U( take in as a partner vith him, and to share with him, hi.,- interest :i said copaitnership, such other person or per sous as he might select and agreee with, that in pursuance of said agreemeut said Shorter Watson, purchased a very larire I amount of lands, in said Chickasaw Cession, fa . . inai ui oiuer mat vuzn partner iniul jla vu son)C evidence of the interest, which whic, j . the name of the other, said U atson executed .uKi nt'iiv.itu iu saiu anouer, an instrument in writing showing that Shorter is entitled ! to an uudiviJrd half of forty-nine Quartei Sections oi land, the titles to" which were in the hands of said Watson, said Shorter hav ing paid one In if the cost, dated 25 Februa ry Soi. said Watson executed and deliver ed to said Shorter, an instrument tn writing, dated 20 January IS36, showing that Shor- cr is entitled to two equal undivided third. ipartsot 1 wtnty nine (i-iatter Sections, and one equal undivided third part of three Quarter?, the titles beinr in said Watson. and said Shorter having paid his part of the j '-ost. I That at or about the same time, that said Watson, executed and delivered to said ; Shorter, the two instruments of w ; bhorter, Use two instruments of writing ' hove named, the said Shorter executed ar. . .t.,i:t.tir, ,i fl. iU , ('tllm,d ' ?1l,J atson instruments j writin-., showing the interest to which Wi and of at son was entitled i:i the lands held in the ; name of sail Shorter, u wii: One shewing , lhnl son was entitl. d to one undivided i half of thirty four Q tarter Sections, the oth- i r !:, boJooinjr tniull; (o the Said Eli S. Miorterand Benjamin P. Tarver & Hudson A. I hornton. One showing that said James C. Watson was entitled to one undivided third patt of fortv five Quarter Sections. And one showing that said Jsmes C. Watson ' a , . " lu lvV' (4nai unuividcC third parts hve lluaiter Sections. That said Eli S. Shorter, departed this life intestate ometime jn the momh of Occcnibor lS3a 'leavinrr a -, c 0, i.ua, jtaniijd wiuaw ftopnia Shorter and three children his hens, viz: Reuben C. Shorter since of the age of twenty one year1? and Mary J; ,ne g ho rt er, since intermarried wih John . 1T , , f JOon A. U rqunart, and ot the age of majority, atUl irgmia anorter one ot Coinplain.-.nts, j inui. vui:iii. uiuis ii. onorier, in eons ncxion with tlie widow, administered on the ; Estate of said Eli S. Shorter in Georgia. 1 rial said James C. Watson denarted this life sometime early in the year 1842 : - r i - . J . . J and as Complainants have been informed matle anJ ext.cuud a jast W jj j ,f , , , r. , ., , " uu . t--ia uC,ltt and left three Children as heirs or devisee?, nrmely, Tocmas W. Watson jonn u. u st5on nnu Alary Walker, wife ofBor.jimin W. Walker, that said Eli S Shoiter held title papers for s. w. and s. e quarters of Sec. G, Township 13, Kange 4 east, in Chickasaw county, but Compl'sfind no memorandum or writing showing ny iiKi itsi ui saut james u. Watson, nor do thev believe said Watson had any interest ' 11v,ua' jusuce may be "one, if it should appear that said Watson is interested m them, That sail Eli S. Shorter .in i;f., V,0 . . , . """o llie papers oi said Eli S. Shorter, 'hich show any inter est in said James C. Watson, nor do compl's believe he was entitled to or had any inter est in the same, but set out the same, that justice may be done, if it should hereafter appear that said Watson had any interest therein. That saiJ Beniimin P. Tarvpr rlfn-rf ahis life sometime in the year 1S40 making ! by whh- will he bequeathed ail hil i uy u nion win ne Deo . J . . 1 'nterfst. of. in and to the lands, before and hereinafer described, to three complain in's i viz: William Tarver, Elijah W." Tarver ana James .AI. P.irrpr TUi. .... " IO l 21V. .KJ ft'U1 larver one half, to Jarnfs M larver, each one en ial sh ire nf th r.thpr . half, That said Eli s Shorter, about the otun April isjo. mid a and executed an in- Benjamin P. Tarver, and Comnl. James H Shorter, had and held in tho lands above desciibed and others not before mentioned, in all seventy four quarter sections, show ing that James C Watson &Co. own one third, Eli Shorter, Benjamin P Tarver and James H Shorter each two ninths, each party having paid his full share of the pur chasemoney. SaidEli Shorter, abau: 3 J April 1836, made and executed anothe in strument ia writing, showing that eighteen " 1 -m - Ik.. - W WUllllll -3 11 11 1 IIIHIII quarter "sections ' belongi joint :ii IIUI IC I , UCIIJ4U4HI . Shorter, each having an equal interest, and each having paid hLs full - proportion of the purchase money. That S3id Eh sshother in his lifetime, made and executed another instrument in writing to said Benjamin P Tarver. showing the interest said Benjamin P Tarrer was entitled to in the lands here in before described in part,showing that said Tarver was entitled to one equal undivided half of seven quarter sections and an equal undivided third of seven quarter sections, and an equal third part ol two third parts of seventy four quarter sections, and one sixth part of eight quarter sections. That said Levi s shorter, made and executed an other instrument to said Benjamin P Tiiver, showing said Tarver to be entitled to one equal iTndived sixth part of eighty -ihree quarter sections. Als ) made and executed an instrument in wnunji, suuwj mat comp'l. Hudson a Thornton was entitled io one uudivided sixth part of eighty five quarter sections. That said Benjamin r Tarver made and executed an instrument in writing showing, that the heirs of eIi s shor ter and james a shoiter, are entitled each to an undivided third part ot seven quarter sections, that James c Watson was entitled to two ninths, the heirs of Eli s Shorter to two ninths and James H Shorter to two ninths of s e qr sec 12 t 8 r 3 East, also that one half of fjur quarter sections to the heirs of Eli s shorter and the other halt to aid Tarver, also showing that s e qr G, ' 13, 3 East, s v qr G, 13, 4 East and s e qr 14, 4. 1 west, belonged one undivided sixth to said Tarver and the balance to the heirs of F.Ii s shorter, that said Reuben c shorter Lnj T,no chnrtr nw mtiv jane urquhart and her husband John a urqu- hart. neirs at law of the said Eli s shoiter by deed bearing date 23 March 1843, sold and conveyed to compl james n shorter all their right, title, interest and claim, in and to the lands to which they vere entitled as heirs at law of said e1 s shorter, that since the death of said eM s shorter and the said james c watson and said Benjamin p Tar vei, the said Thomas w watson has sued out an attachment against the real estate of said james c watson dee'd, and has had the same levied on several, if not all the tracts of land, set out and described in the instru ments of writing before mentioned, that said attachments so levied on said lands have been returned into the circuit courts of the counties of Tippah, rcntotoe and Chick asaw and perhaps other counties in this state. That said John n watson and nenja. min w walker, combining with the sail Thomas w watson, and representing them selves as Executors of the last will and Tes lament of said james c watson, appeared in person at the circuit courts of ponjotoc and Tippah counties, at the September Terms theu of, tust past, and filed their pleas in per. son rot by attorney as is usual, thereby giv ing said courts oersonal jurisdiction, and that they made no further defence to said suits, and in consequence thereof, judgments to very large amounts were rendered against them in these courts and said attachments not being replevied, the said lands were condemned to be sold for the satisfaction of said judgment thus rendered, on real or pre tended claims of said Thomas w watson a. gainst the estate of said James c watson deed and from the course pursued by said John H watson and Benjamin w walker in these courts; complainants have reason to fear, and do fear, that they will put in pleas in the same manner in the other courts when said attachments have been returned, and that by this collusion between the said John ii wat- sonand Benjamin w walker as executors of said James c. watson ; and the said Thomas w watson as a pretended or real creditor of the estate of said James c watson dec'cll.the interests and rights of complainants will be materially injured and endangered, if not wholly defeated. Prayer, That a commissioner be ap pointed to divide said lands, according to the various interests of the parties, and make deeds ot conveyance to each and every par ty, and if it shall appear that an equitable, fair and just division cannot be made with out a sale, that the same be sold either for cash or upon a credit, and for general re lief. T. J. Word. Solicitor for complainants. Nov. 1st, 1844. 9m District Chancery Ccurt of the State oj Mississippi, at Holly Springs. Consider Parish in vacation, No. 41G vs October 24th, Federick W. Huling et al. 1S44. UPON opening the matters of this Bill, h appearing to the satisfaction of the Cour', that the defendant E Imund H. Whitfield is not an inhabitant of this State but resides beyond thr. limits thereof, so that the ordina ry process of this Court cannot be serred on him. , Therefore, it is ordered, that unless the said defendant appear before the Vice Chancellor at the Court room in the town of Holly Spring on the first Monday of Jan uary next and plead answer or demur, to Complainants Bill, the several allegations thereof will betaken for confessed as to him, and such order or decree made there in, as the Vice Chancclloi shall deem equi table and just, and it is further ordered that a copy ot this order be inserted in the "Hol ly Springs Gazette" a newspaper published in the town of Holly Springs, Mississippi, once a week for two months successively. JAMES C. ALDERSON, Clerk. Di ABSTRACT. Bill Chirges, that some time in the year IS37, while Complainant was a citizen of Clarksville Tennessee, he received a letter from Defendant, Huling, inviting Compt in the name of himself and co-defendants, as Trustees of the Literary Institution at Hol ly Springs, to visit Holly Springs, that slid Trustees might have an interview with him, with a view to secure his serrices in said Institution, that in compliance with this request, Compt did visit Holly Springs in the year 1S37, had an interview; with said Trustees, the defendants, that it was mutual ly agreed at that time, between said Trustees and Compt that Compt was to remove to Holly Springs and become a Teacher in said Institution, and that sail Trustees in consideration, ci Compt3 services as Teach er, promisecr to pay him 81500 per annum that in compliance with said contract Com plainant removed to Holly Springs and entered upon nis duties as Teacuei m Institute, the first of January IBoti, and con tinued in the employment of Teacher under said contract during the years 1833 and IPSO, that in the vear 1839 while he was engaged as Teacher, the Institution, obtained a Charter incorporating it under the name of "the University of Holly Springs," upon settlement between Complainant and defend ants for his services, the two years, it was found that thev were indebted to Compta balance of SG07.45. sometime after said In stitution was incorporated, Compt was told by the Trustees by whom he had been em ployed, that a transfer of the Institution had. taken place to the new JJoaru under the act of incorporation, that the new lioard would come into possession of the lots and buildings that they had other funds in donations and subscriptions, and had given bonds with good individual security to satisfy all the liabilities of the old Bond, so that it Compt would agree to take the obligation of the new Board for the balarrce of his clain up on defendants, that it would be entirely safe, that influenced by these representations on the part of defendants, Compt was induced to assent to the arrangement, and on the 7th November 1840, the new board executed to Compt their promissory note for the sum of 007,45, the balance of nis claim against the old board, that Compt brought si it on said note against the new board, that judg ment was rendered thereupon at the June Term of the Circuit Court of Marshall County 1841, and execution issued thereon, and returned nulla bona by the Sheriff, said new board, or said Trustees of the Univer sitT of Holly Springs as a corporate bod' having no-effects out of which Compls claim could be made, that Trustees of said Literary Institution who employed Compl as Teacher, and who upon settlement were indebted and liable to Compl in their indi vidual capacity, and knew when they in duced Compl to transfer his claim from them to the new board that said new board would be liable only in their corporate character, and that in that character were wholly des titute of means to discharge compls claim, that all the representations made to him by defendants in regard to the solvency of the new board, were wholly false and fraudu lent, and that defendants knew them to be so, and made them for the purpose of fraud ulently and dishonestly, avoiding the pay ment of compls claim, that many if not most of the Trustees of the Literary Institution were also members of the new board, after t'ie Institution had been incorporated. Prayer, that the judgment aforesaid and the note on which it is founded be cancelled, and that defendants be compelled to pay compl his claim with all interest and costs and for general relfef. LUCAS, LANE & CLAPP, SoTrs. fc. -a Jm GENERAL LAND AGENCY. As agent for the owners, the subcriber offers for sale on the usual terms, the fol lowing tracts of land. The -lilies are al tegular. II CRAFT, At Henry Anderson's Office. Holly Springs, Miss. EAST OF THE BASIS MERIDIAN TIPPAH COUNTY Division j S: j T. B, a w i 13 G 4 x e 20 2 5 s w 24 G 5 n w 25 0 5 N xv 12 0 4 a e 12 G 4 n half 22 4 4 e j & n w i 7 4 5 n w 8 2 4 & n w G 2 4 " & s xv 7 2 4 N s 12 2 3 s e 3G 2 3 s w 1 3 3 e 1-2 9 3 3 s w 14 13 3 3 N e 35 3 3 s w 15 4 3 N e 29 4 3 n w 34 4 I n e 24 4 2 s e 29 4 2 s e 12 5 2 n e 15 5 2 n e 31 5 1 s w 29 5 1 s xv l G 2 s e 13 0 2 s w 17 G 2 N xv 20 6 2 n 1-2 22 5 1 w 21 0 3 y 17 2.4 s h?1-4 & e 1 2 25 6 1 30 0 1 s e 1.4 24 6 1 s xv 25 "6 1 n e 31 5 I TISIIA M1XG O CO UX TY. VISION. I s i R 5 15 s xv 1 4 8 2 G s e 17 5 6 no 22 5 6 s xv 31 2 7 s 1.2 24 2 G s e 24 3 G s w 26 3 6 e 1-2 31 2 7 s 1 2 28 2 6 33 2 6 e .-4 3 3 6 s e 10 3 6 n 1-2 11 3 6 w 14 3 6 n 15 3 G s e 1-4 15 3 6 ITAWAMBA COUNTY Division I I R s el 4 21 15 -8 i-2 e i-2 n w 14 n w s 1-2 s n e 1-4 s w n e , v n w 1-4 32 10 10 9 15 35 23 8 - 14 6 3 4 2G 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 1G 15 15 15 14 3 3 3 3 3 3 o 5 5 5 3 CHICASAW COUNTY. Diaision j S j T R. n e 1-4 2S 2 5 n e 4 5 5 s w 25 5 9 s 1 2 28 5 9 5 0 G s 1-2 29 5 G n w 1-4 7 G G s w 1-4 G G G n w 18 5 7 n w 4 G 8 e 1.2 29 2 8 s e 4 4 31 5 8 a 1-2 & se 1-2 4 2 6 n 12 18 3 G n e 1-4 29 3 7 32 4 7 w 12 2G 1 8 27 1 S "7 ' ' "3 8 32 5 O " n e 1 4 9 4 0 e 1 2 IS 5 5 n w I 4 9 5 5 n 1-2 1 5 0 ne 1.4 2 5 0 n w 12 5 G d v 11 5 G n 1-2 19 5 0 n e 1 4 33 5 G s e 11 5 G ne 11 11 3 7 s e 25 2 7 s w 3 5 t s w 25 5 7 n 1.2 15 5 G n e 14 11 3 7 c 1 2 36 2 10 s w 1.4 35 5 7 PONTOTOC COUNT V. Division. S T II. s w 1-4 5 7 1 se 13 7 1 n 1-2 14 7 1 n e 1-1 15 7 1 n e 29 7 1 n w 33 7 1 s w 31 7 1 5 7 2 s w 13 7 2 n 1-2 5 7 3 n w 1 4 3 7 3 s e 2G 7 2 n w 3 8 1 s e 10 8 1 n 1-2 21 8 1 s w 1 1 29 0 1 s 1-2 30 S 1 n 31 Q 1 s w 14 3G 8 1 s v 18 8 2 s w 25 8 3 n w 30 8 3 e 1 2 33 8,4 sel-4 36 8 4 n e 27 8 5 n 12 5 9 1 sel4 13 9 1 n c 1 9 2 el.2 10 9 5 se 11 10 3 n 1-2 20 10 1 s e 1 4 35 10 4 s 12 12 10 5 s xv 35 10 5 n e 2 113 s 1 2 2 11 3 n vv 1 4 35 11 3 s w 1 4 ,7 11 4 s 1 2 33 11 4 36 10 5 MONROE COUNTY. Division. n 12 n I S T R. 31 11 6 32 11 G 13 12 G 34 117 WEST OF THE B ASI3 MERIDIAN DESOTO COUNTY: Division. I S T. R. ll n n e 1-4 w e 10 4 15 29 30 20 21 34 15 10 27 9 10 10 11 11 10 10 10 11 11 II 11 11 01 10 10 11 10 10 1 1 1 1 8 8 8 8 10 6 6 0 6 G 8 8 9 9 9 w 1 2 & s e s 12 n 1-2& s wi-4 n w & s e s w n 1-2 e 14 w v wl-2 v 1 4 9 9 14 5 32 S 5 t 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 w w n n XV 14 c s XV s e s xv n 12 e 12 n e 1-4 n w 1:4 8 00 9 51 6 PANOLA COUNTY. Division I 2or C G 5 10 5 10 5 e 1.2 w 12 n w 1.4 s w i j n e e 1-2 n e T n 1-2 4 n 13 n 1-2 s w u n e s w s w n w n w s 1 2 n w I 4 e 1 s e 1 s 1 S W n e s w s frae. n 1 2 n liac. s w 1 4 n w s e s w s e s e s 1 -2 sell s e s w s w n e s w n e n e n v 1 i s e 1 i s e n e s c li e ri fin 1 ' n J.li'N.lU( Division 11 w 1 t w 1-2 i. n e 1 1 12 & n c 1 1 li sell DCl 1 w 1 2 li w I 1 nrl 1 s w I 4 ti c 1 1 sell n 1 2 s o n e s vv s w s w n e s 1 2 n w 1 1 e I 2 n c 1 1 ii e s e n e. n I 2 s w 1 4 s c e J 2 s w 1 1 n w s w n 1 2 n e I 4 li ii u n 7 i n ;;i 0 YALLOIUSH. Division tTM I' Division. TZts 1 2 3T id n w 1 1 s I 2 Lots 9 & 10 . n I 2 o HOLLY SViilSfJP l b 1 TN consequence of - ,:, MniKiii! the Steward. - Dl VISlnv n e s e 1 4 't'. .1 j.) j. ! i : ol duced to reside hitu' u take the more irnu:taia ei. t Department. ,, .. The nreent vc-"!''Sv ' . , .. ... -: Jiini'- nroxnii". ril.u Monday the - ! of J! The ntn.der J 1- ,. r., i!,t!:.r.'lhi.e WV-; that their daii'-hters -i ' !' family, had bcl'er :; ol the" present se-' t r Board, Fuel and L'--f C. A. l usii.", May 21, Ibll '' WANTED A ?o-d f-5 price will be: , 4.,r r Apply to the Kev. C. r 1 ; -Institute. rr HE DAY SCHOOL - 1 Thomas' Hall''1 ru 21st Inst. tnWKS1' Messrs. I1A 'V ?; Ilolly Springs. CM.H