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BILI; IN" CHANCERY. ss THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI Monroe County. Wiliiam w- Humplni;?, ) rjtt 5 Circcit Court, jlin Hardcasile, John L. ) Xlndall.Abnt' Prewettand vacaficn.Teb 7,1845. MarkFcW"- Defdonts. ) UPON opening I tie matters of ilii bill and it ftp" pparing tn the Batllfactiot) of t ho court ilia1 ttC Qt'ienuuiii, juuii uwuwwiro i ' this State but resides beyond the limits thereof so that ihti ordinary process of this court cannot be .....j u: Tt ia itiomfnMnnlMMMl thai ilila florvuti upwH mm. - ,"ui3e beset For hear inir ejonarte at the next term ot K". ..11 .i. .c . r f tfiU court to oe n'Jiuen on ioe luurm mummy ui . . U.a rl..f....,lunt f.nnpnr.. nnnrhn. Apra iipm) ivm -ri'- - fnre that time and plead answer or demur to snid hill of complaint ; it in lunuoi ornerra inui a copy ot this oidci b published once a week for two months successively in the Mississippi Advertiser, n nfcwa paper printed in the town of Aberdeen in this State, notifying "aid defendant of said order. AUSTIN POLLARD Clerk. A HSR V C T 0 P B ILL. Tho liill states in lulwtnnce ilint Henry Anderson George Wihtuiau and one Gabon. 1). Hemdon -;.,. ,lWrni.l. hi trustor of the town of A he. lieen, u.iil I. it 823. beinff B Quartet of a block, on the 12th day of October 1836, for $'230, to John Hard" t'Mtle, tnat thay executed to him a title bond foi gal J ht to make litlu thereto on the payment of tho HUffobttM monej! 'hat tho said John MflfuCIUtM) eXOOOted two writingl oullgaiory earn ror trie sum of $115 00. J P. Hate 'and Tbomni Richardson us aunties to secure the payment of thr? purchara money, one payable 'n twelve the other in twenty' four month?, that the former of said writings oblig atory U whoely unpaid, and that said Hardcastle and his -unties are totally insolventi that laid Wi,ti.m!it, inKaii nu IfftnJon vvoie Uthorlzed m bpII mke wrttinei sbliifttorv rive title bonds and make title to snicl let, that said writing m bonifide the property of complainant, that said Anderson, Wiglitmaii and Herriiloii ore no longer trustees ol said town, that John L. Tindull, Abr.er PreWett and P,.n.i t tin t Kit at, ... nf a-,', A t.iwn nml ns such, have full authority to make the title aforesaid, nnd pray that the lata aeiunaani jonn MHiuc.t-.iii- 1 rnnnirnl liu A ,-.tpp to nuv Mln wHlitlff and ill tercvi, and in the event ol his falling to do so, thai riie attid Lof.hc sold for that ptn pose and for tut oider ufpublication Stc. AUSTIN POLLARD Clerk. Tucker S- Smith Sol. 41-8 February J 5, 1845. MEW FLU ML Tllf undersigned having purchased the toil or ine establishment formerly occupied hv Mr. W. G L. Morris, tender their services to the old patrons of Mr. Morriss and tho public generally, and will take pleasure in waiting on all who give them a call, The tailoring business will be car ried on in all its various branches, in a style nn- facture and facility and promptness in filling or- J Ti . i : I uci. uy sirici itiicniiun ro duhiqqbi we nope iimi a libera! share of pa' romige will be extended t o us. for our mi tto is, close attention to business and prices suited to the hardness of tho times. Particular attention paid to cuttin? and warien' ted to fit if made correctly. New York and Phil adelphia fastens regularlv received. VI.' W. NOB. FRANCIS O'BRIEN. Aberdeen Jan., 14. 1845. tf MOBILE DIR E CT 0 RY hard vva r e , iron, &c C ii KLES H. ABEHT. GEORGE G. PRENTICE. Commission Merchants, 7 4, Commerce Street, MOBIL E A LABAMA. Administratrix's Notice. T KTTERS of Administration having heenet I J ted tn the undersigned at the January term j ef the Probate Court or Monroe county thereoi ns Administratrix of the estate ofMatthevt T Hutehtn s m, Into of Monroe county deceased, notice is here by given to all persons having claims against said c.;'i!e. that they are required to present the same duly authenticated wiih'm the time prescribed by law, or they will he forever haired by stututn. And those Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and by so doing they v. til save rof. CASH ADVANCES. Commission Merchants, (No. 11 Commerce & Front Streets,) MOB ILK ALABAMA, WILL make liber;il rash advances on nil CO. tuns tu be shipped t" them. Sept. 14, 1844 SARAH J Jaflunry 22, 18 M UU rCHlNSON, Administratrix 38 6w Administratrix's Sale. D V virtue of un oriler fiom tho f. 1) HI.;ASi. A . O P KK VVKTT. a EC EI V I N a & V U It W AUDI N G Commission Merchants; ABKR D K EN MISSISSIPPI. HAVING ptifchited the cxwrnive Were. House at tli" upper landing, lecently under the m.n..nmtrit nf Mi' B. F. Conpwood. respectfully inform the polille, that iliey have opened ihe same as n CommisslTn House; i vlncli ihey plfdge their undivided exertion, to transect a faithful and M,.n j k.iQ'mi'm. Ah tiia biisincsi, heretofore en- tnijteil to the care of Mr. Coopwo ul, has beer iran.feired to ihem, iheywillelim ihe iam wltl REFER TO: Cot. A. 1'nKWi.Tr, iK It. Davi Cot. B G. BtuNt.iT, John Gmdij, V. M. Cn.Anr. Uobkki Gokon. l-'el'tuury 1, 1843. aj 1 hon Probate 11 on the 4lI Saturday in February nexf, at the late reiidence of M T Hutch Inson'dec to the hlflheit bidder, on a credit of twelve months, all the personal estate of aatn ueceaien, conMHiiig or oris nciu wv, nwu Joe ; cattle iioraes, hogs, household and kitchen fur ntttiret&c. &c AUftwillba rented until tho Unit dav of January next, th plantation of Mid deceas ed. Sale within the hours preicribed bylaw. Othrr ter ns made known on the day of sale. SARAH i. HUICHINSON, Administratrix. January 22, 1845. 38 6w TO THE PUBLIC. TTAKE thin method ol informing my friendi oustlmari and the public eeneratlv that I have sold out mv ibon and buiinetl t'i Messrs. Noe and O'liiien Tailors, Gentlemen who are as well qual ified to conduct tho business as myself or nny other ti1 n..A UM.U ...l;,.;. AUfJL an.) .t. nnhlii- generally to BXlenu the sume pntronage to them wnion mey navo so uoarajiy rwstowwi on imo, ince in business. I ibftll oe about tho establish ment sonifl time in order to clone my business, and uid them a; much a possible, they are both well qualified to plewM all who may favor them with their patronage. V. O. L. MORRISS. SyiLiS)Ql!l ib TERREILILa COMMISSION M E R C II A N T S, No. 17, Commerce $ Front Streets. L. Mauldin, Late of Mdldin Mon (ague $ Co. Jno. D. Teruell, Late of Lacy Ter rell 4- Co. DEALERS IN Groceries & Western Produce, Nos. 1 1 and 13, Commerce and Front Streets MOB 1 L E A LA RAM A. FACTORS & C0N1IV1ISSI0N MERCHANTS MOBILE A LABAMA. BRODNAX NEWTON bco. COMMISSION MERC II A N T S , i mm', niwliiniffnibt an reeeivinc ner leepnt an JL vals from Bngland and the Atlantic cities, an extensive assortment of Foreign and Domestic HARDWARE, selocted with great cere, ami pin -chased in very low rates. Their s oek will consist in part of 200 Tons Swedes Iron well assorted, S! " Rolled do do 40 " Horse shoes, round, iquare, Hoop Band and Scroll Iron. Ml 1 fthAt and Boiler Iron. in . r,at f;,...r.,i Hlisteied. Sneet and Spring Steel. 60 " English and American Hollow wai fJWVn lveua RHflt rut nails. 100 Set. Northern Gin segments. 1000 Doz. Cast stool, German sleol, and Iron Hoes. 3000 Pairs Polished Trace chains, 5 Casks, Polished nnd Black Oslog chains, 100 S.-is Blacksmith Tools, 200 Doz. Collins and other Axes, .300 Wrought nad Cast Iron Ploughs, 200 Single and Double Barrel Shot (Inns, 50 Hides, With a general assortment of Shelf Hardware, comprising Tahle and Pocket cutlery! Ivory Handle knives uuil forks, in do.ens and sets, locks, ningi s, Carpenters and Tanners tenls &0. &c to which ihey Invite the attention of Planters and Country Merchauls ristting the city. O. MAZANQE & CO. Corner of Commerce and Exehangl St. Uobilt Dec. 7tb, 18-14. M tf T RUSTEE'H s A LE "I N pursuance X on tlw 13th leed of ft of April 1.4 ! iiee, of ih Mm Hulit ,..0.1 which has ll. rk ol ttl ,id. 1 Mis., i m : audio it.' dav nfMar waive nVlauk A to vn nf Micdeen, tlt'scrili 'd Lets in s n ems Inereon ih..st Wdtlot for net, Ivtv if, .t two 0' tin the pro' 1 Tew a, t Lo s n uted to tni v Mlchnlat i the odie. . County o iiire c itaii ,!t.. 1 41 1 aieh, on llii h.urs o . M. in ii" Commissioner's Notice. THE undersigned Commissioners appointed by the Piobate Court of Monro - County Mi- i the January Term thereol liilo to Aurm aito allow claims against the Estate ufjester Cooke j .ceased, late ol said county, doclared luiolvent by the said Court, hereby notify all persons having claim, agatnil the lame, that ihey will meet in the Cown of Athens on the 3d Saturday in January m,t and th 3 1 Saturday in cich Month thereat to uuiil the 3d Suturday In Juno 1845, for that ,d c nuns noi presenieo 10 meni k etc I within that time will he barred. AUS I IN I'Ol.LARD. T. V. WILLIAMS. ('.nmmissiriicrs. lanvary H, 1815. tpo. uih. lit STRAYED OB STOLEN R. Drodnax, Mobile, Isanc, Newton, New Ol leans A. A. Winston, Gainesville, ( A. M Sprague, Mobile. i Agents for llie sale of E. Carver &. Co. Improved Cotton Gins. NEWTON, WINSTON & BRODNAX, COMMISSION ME RC H NTS, No. 13, Bask Pt.ACi:. NE W OVLBASS. Isaac Newton, New Orleans. A. A. Winston, Gainesville, f U. Brodnax, Mobile, f A. M. Sprague, Mobile. ) ALKX. CAMPBH.L. joHS 0. OWtl. OAIMIPIBEILL ft WEN, SUa m Boat grittsi AND (i eneral Commission Merchants NO. 70 FRONT STREET MOBILE, ALA 07JP All poods cotisitrnpd to us and for wm ded free of charge. M O 11 IL IE OK Mo and WHOLESALE HARDWARE STORE. Dt -FOREST, MORRIS &co Ao.2., WATER STREET, MOBILE Sign of the Anvil. IT AVE just receive! o general assortment of 1-1 SWEDISH IKON, winch they are selling tit reduced prices, vi.: 800 tons Swedish lion of dil fererlsizis, consisting of Broad Plough Iron; l'ire Iron; Band, Sheet, Hoop and Boiler Iron) Round ami Square Iron; :ull aim rspiMt iwu" , Shoe Iron, &c. &c. They have also received, by direct importation from lCurope : Weeding Hoes, of the some description which they'havc imported for several years past, nn.t wmcn do bivo,. "" al satisfaction to the rtanten Ol tins aim rue i.iB.. boring states. They have on hand GIN GEAR, for different sized wheels, with Bolts complete warranted to mark tecll. ' Mill Stones ot all sire.; (Yoni-I, Burr and E.onu. Rocks. Sheet Steel, I Bristle. Sic. S:r ' muUere. Mobile, January IS, 1845. J II be rcccirrd Sept. 14, 1844 ABERDEEN PAOOCET. The itibitantial steam bant QU USN E, A. Ii Ki.t. Master. Will run as a regie lar t. ticket the liresenl shit.- ,g season, between Mobile nnd Aberdeen.com meneing her nips with the Brit rue oi tno v.aie. and will continue to run regularly throughout tho winter and spring. Her BCOommodetloni for pa- . nM Hntaiimaaied bvanv boat in the tra le; her officers Will lake pleasure in unending to the lomfon of all wno may peiromao m ti. n OnMnn h is "llvans' Sefetv valve. U J mo s- - I..l , hnr I, oilers, and tie iiiuler has cvei been known to burst with these valves attached. A, J. f. V Al, Dec. SI, 1B44. Aberdeen in;1 Itf oiiiic !;i ket. A Thefine.teamer BELLE POULI VS7t?&l JonssoN Master, will mo as a reg fifrT-5" ularpackei hotween Aberdeen nr. Mobile, during theentuing leason', leaving Aoei ,i.. . ,ber Wednendav ami every oiner oai urda. ' berdeen, Jan nt strict CHANCERY COURT OF the state of Mississippi at FiiHon Joseph N . miin at n I Felix N Tarrant Btal, Com pt. I rt;o va . . , n'. II Wll.. nnd ftulbabis Nuv.leim-lol 1. wife and Sarall Smith and John g Smith, minor heirs ol i.olien Smith deceased, lnte of Montoe j county M ssisaippi, Defendants. J T T I'ON ooeining the matteis.ot tins ear i I ' . Ti :.r,, of the r inn-, that peanng to mi.- .... , . . tnhktHa nfshU State, but ihe delenil lots are mo -' , j. reside bevond the limits thereol so mat rv process of this court cannot be served upon mem J .' . r i J I... .k. n.,rt that unless till' It ii tliereiora orootuuuj . v . be anil appear bclore tpe no " . M r i, i..n. on tl.o 1 hud MOO- coun room so ww tv w. . . , dav in May next, and plead, answer jrdemu. to aid Bill, tho several allegation- .... ken for confessed, ami sucii nrnei nno on.... therein as the Vice Chancellor may derm equltahlc .,,,,1 just. It is further orderoa inai n . up, u . i : -A In tl. Mississimii Advertiser, a paper published in the town of Aberdeen, once a veek for two monius successively. Novemb r21, 1844. J. ROBINS, Ctana ABSTRACT OF Bl LE. The complainants charge tint RobertSmilhdled m. ov Mis-isirim. in tl e yi" lh.f.' leized ofa large quantity of real estate a portion of which is situate in said county ot raonroo, u follows, to whi Seetioni three and seven in 1000 ihin ixteen, range seven east; also, taction, one and two, in township sixteen, range six ea-t: also, section ihiitv-six in tow nship lifieen. rangeiixee.il Alio, the following lots in the town of Aberdeen viz: Lois three hundrod and tweiitvone. three hundred and twenty-two, three hundred and I wenty-threc. tl. eo bundled and ihirty-thrce, in b, ink twenty two: also, lots one bundled and htiy-one. one hun dred and Bfty iw" ami one hundred and fifty-three) in block eleven: also, lot. one, eleven twelve. in block IWOi also, lots fourteen and tiltee,,, in u,ot, eightv-seven: also, lot eight. In block twelve: al.O, block's one h lred and twenty-two, one hundred and twenty-seven, one hundred and .lateen, one hundred and fifteen, and thirty-six: also lotfourwen in block thirteen: also, lot eleven in block one hull , ,. -i-i. l- .i:. ..i I ,md noes.ed of nor ureo: tuei no - . a. una! property ami ci edits, largely more ihnn .ulfi- c:cnt,o pay nil ine a,mr "" . 1 j j it mid e.lv lias ueen ion v . . c i, .1 and legacies dUtributedl that be left his wife, Rulha j ai.i, .t intermarried with olio Tbomai tl wi le, and the following named children, via Joseph W. Smith, nowol age.mary .".: term irrted with uno-.fthe compla iiant., Felix N Tnnanl, and now over the age ol .eighteen, rniun tilth and John S Smith, bOtn minors, a. i miuuu Perry and Dallas eeuntiee, Alal.amn: That said al estate has tint been divided, and that nn equal vision "annot be bad, and complainant, prnj the tent of a Commissioner u see ,. m ivision can he bad. nno in c..o . ..... - - recfor the laloand division o! Iho proceed, ot t ic DISTRICT CHANCERY COVITT OF the state of Mississippi at pulton John Blalock ) (54) vs V November Term-lGll Willi im Sharp y UPON opening the matter, nl tin. Bill and it nnpearine tu (be .uri.lH.-Uon ot ,he Court thai ih" defrndntWHliara Sharp, i., not u iihnU- Itnot of UrU Slate, but rtlde wy'0P lirr)i' tluTcnf, so ibat the ordinary piocf ' n" coutt uinol be served a pun btroi i'- ii ih r i'"-r nmproa by tin; court thut unh-h hv he und api-tnr uelorr tlip ne UDancellor ;u tno im i ivom in in. f Fulton on the third Munilay in Mny t-rxt, ar.-l dead unwcr or d.'mur tn fo;d the kwvtral alegsCloni ihcn of ill be twUen tor confMfdand inch order and dec ret tnaa in rein nt ttia "w Chancellor may deem equitable atidjuH, inf" it further ordered thut a copy nfihtt order b iriieitrfl in .he Mississippi Advertiser a papf p0olittefl " tho town of Abvr leen once a week i'ot two mmtfli uccenWely. November 21, 1044 .1 ROBINS. ClcfKi A B8TEA C 1 0 V B 1 1 L. of 1839. rd of Domplainant ibe south weal q' nin", rstlge ninr, led hi note, an,l i nt title bonnj tli 22nd July, lb" 40, anddieSStli December, Jo 0 which is 'a credit of one hundred dollart! alo, m oilier not,., dnleo 22nd .July, Jo'i... nil lie ru one hundred dollars, nnd payable 20111 tire 1S10: nlso.one note for ihetom of fiby duller., .11. led SOlbNovembw, 1230, nnd JueZSlh Decern iei 1831I-, thut 11 portion of suid m.ies ous enecuted I lieu of one rnenlione I in lb" e bona. Comprnl ant filea his bill piaving for a decree to .ell aoi land in nnv oil' suid nutes with interest, 3; yw " J. ROBIN ', Cleik. DISTRICT CHANCERY COURTOF the state of Mississippi at Fulton William Wilaon ) (40) va Nevetnbei Term 1641. Vincent B Tims. S Icui noi be served up by the Com 1, that 111 the Vice Chanoellor, of Fallen, on the thi "PI snme. r-ii. 35 9 DISTRICT CHANCERY COURT OF the state of Mississippi at Fulton John L Tlndallat.al.Comp'u-! Richard Burre, Thoina. H. Nov. Term-1844. Ad.ma, Nieho'.a. Reedy and Thomas Coopwood.Del dnU.J U PON opening the matter, of ibis Bill, nnd ii appearing to tbo aatklbeiiun ol U10 Couii thai th'- defondant Richard Burraw, is not an in habitant of this State, but resides beyond the Itmlti thereof, so that the orclnnry process ol ibweomt ,,,t be served upon him, it is therefore orderee by tbo court, thut unless he be nnd appear baton the Vi. o Chancellor nt the court room in the lowr of Fulton on the third MonduynMay nest, and a. M. BBAWORD. J. IAUttDBRS.1 wuh the improve uiiber one hvadrad and twenty sia (1-8) and on- nniwren nine (139) nn Blo. U nil nher (1W () and Lot. nnmber .wentv (711) and leeenty "ne (711 un Bhwlt nuotbor ix (S) ill:nted In the plan ol saM I'own. The title is believ.d tu b'- pelted, but He. ... T. ........ r si,... I eonvev.iolv socb title aa i vested in ma by 'uid deed . NO GOODWIN. I'ehrueiy 3, 1845 40t.U Trnst"- TUB subscriber wishes to sell the farm where he now resides. For quality A eo, Wnienee, it . .uipassed by any In the Country. Abou i !--J .CO, of black land, and 300 cfsandy Uud I 'the i, act, wi II Improved. Tormi reaaonahle, a be i. detertnined to Fell. JOHN VI MORROW. Dec. 7th, 1844. 31,f (OWIr. David Clarke is my nuthorUed agent to dispose of the above lands! and ail transaction, by him ill be valid. .Atinniff JOHN M. MORROW . February 8, 1845. 40-3iv. ItOM mj house about two month, unc, a large I horse, with R .mull stur in ins loreiuao , lias n tii.lt hi hi- r;;!it hin- lep. eaineq ny un injury rbleli mi) be dlKOvertd near the feterlock. Oil the left fore log tbnie u a murk near side. On the , ! -l . il.. tt,..,e is ibre. right stus wnere inn .n... - : ... mark. ofsh..t-th. shot still under .he skin. I will c jyj , t g cue Ten Dollarsfor hii delivery to me. or Five for ..... ,,.1.11'Uiatien Where Is run to louna. 1 lie norsu vs iVlUniL.r. A Li rV U.- IV1 1. seen nl ool (l leeat! . tlie tin 11 Cottoti Win, Atocrclcttn & Mobile . mv The light draught and aubslantio flVVfmdm sresmer, NATIVE, VViison Hs7gg Master, having b. jn thoi'i. M T B . ,T . a the uli.li'rs:i'Me.l A l,l. notes aim ... . - .,.,- t he .ettled by the fifteenth of February next, or they will bo sued o Aberdeen, .lun. 127, 1345 rollout fail. F. a. MYERS. 30 2w M A C II I N E Tt It I C K BRICKLAYING. rp HE undersigned having permanently located I themselves In Aberdeen, respectfully land, their sc vices to the citiien. of the town and It. 2 initj aV Bricklayers. They have purchased 5n ffiariiv. o ""'tuirilo, the Matubby Bridge, nnd arc now n uk.ng t.nck ot Those who Wish to puichase. 1 hey be pre ,0,,-od in a few days, to execute any job with which hcv may bo fuvorad, with despatch, m a style, w hich o. neatness and durability, shall no. fail to V, They willinashmttime have,,, oper.t Ion ; raproved Brick Tress, which they brought with hem from Virginia, in which the brick when par alK dried, being placed In an iron box or mould, uolly uric i, . at r21.000 nouno-i metr?oVorm and imeothnaaeof surface, which i 1 .7na as well to the durability, a, to the ale Z ! of brick wotk. They solicit . portion ol public patronago.BR.vvKR &suTHERI1N Abeideen. Juno 1, 1844. where he .-un be lound. 1 he nor.se was ( lefirtloftbe m.ir.ih, ano tnero is icasou M,m JAMES BEALL. Jan IS, 1845 Administrator's Notice. r ETTERS of adminiatratlon having been gran I J ted to the undersigned, by ibc Honorable I'ro- baie Court ot Meorue county, a. .ominisiruiui . niziiheth Echols h.tcot sain county oeoe.stu.uu.. il hereby given in all persons indebtart to satu eltt'e m come i"i"-i" - mnnl and those having cluims against the estate are reouested to present them pioperly authentica- tt .1. . .1 . ..11. J U l.u. nr tMV Will tad within me nm presoii -i be fuiever barred by statute. JACOB LdLGHRlCGE. January 123, 1845. 39-6w. Administrator. ttotnlrs at &ato. ABEUDEEN-MISSISSII'1'1. X fUA. practice in the following counties! VV Monroe, Lowndes. Itawambs, 1 isliHininso Poutetoe,Chioka.aw,and Oktlhbahtl the Federal court at Pontotoc; Chancery court st Fulton and Columbus, and tho High Couil of Error, and Ap peuiaat J.okarm. f Dec. 14th, 1614. 3- " . .: r .U- r ,..n rnpalred unaai tue inspeouon ui ins . fires, v. ill run as u regular paeket, between Cot r::. si nn.l Mobile, durlna the enaulnri A i.-nleen. Jan. 'I. u tu 1VKKS JA jvn. I, rilirjt. Jts. T. R m An . J. S YK Bl uu u " ' " -y ' eommlfiifiifon fHttctjauts, , C? . .. (No. 27 rcoiu & io Liommercu ots.j MOBILE-ALABAMA. WM VVSLKEn. JMO C. SIMTSON. JSI j w ail eel is ib mmPB COTTON FACTORS . . i- MOIIIL ii, A b'tuft m ;v. Jlobilu aart Abordcen i:tck't. rjsio s 'i'lie staunch built, fast running !iifis. .teamer, NORMA, E. E. U.vu Master; will run during the season, making regis i... . l,.v .,.;,.. Fnr safetv of cargo and comfort ofpnss rgers, will not be aurpaiaed by any hunt in tho trade. aoeraeen, Aberdeen and Mobile Packet. N C?" O The stauneli built Double Eir.'ine SisaSi3L. Steamer, BELLE OF ATTAKAPAS, L. W, Ciuprti.t. Muster, will run as a regular nar.kei .rtiveen the Porta of Aberdeen and Mobile the present season. L b- to, loao. is the Vice Chancellor may deem equitable and ml nnd it is further ordereil that a copy of this od.'rbe inserted in tbo Mississippi Advertiaer B inner publlabad in tho town of Aberdeen once t v..ok forltwo months successively. Novembcr31,1844. J. ROBINS. Ch rk. A B8T T OF B I L I.. tho town of Aberdeen, to subject the rollowln ,n the town of Aberdeen tn sale for the pur money vbtt I.ois numbered seven hundrci eighty-four, seven hundred and eights-live, hundred and eighty sis and .even hundred and ty-aeven. Comploinaiiti charge that .lefendau r'nss purcliowd said lots at the sale; for (lie l three thousand seven hundred and foardollari the I1 x e c U I o r J IN o " I'.Tl K Ii S Tesiamantaryh.1 t i c eotnmfssiou mini tnuu. J OHN ADAMS having reiaincii ms neeiu wh resume the Commission business in tho City o Mobile, and will thankfully receive and promptly attend to any business confined to his care. August 24, 1B44. s. -..., NOTICE. Ct BALED proposals will bo received by me. un S th" I f day ofFebruaiy next, for the p.irpo. leading to tno steam ;r.-." " . .m rircdofunake,; plan of the bridge cat, bo seen by calling - my officeviNKANEg January 30, 1845. 39 3w. Mayor ATTORNEY AT LAW, ABERDEEN-MISS1SSI11M. Ma; 4 1844. "f leAOLIE LMlCvDTiElL tS U v . - t .A berdeen, Missisippi BY JAM ES JUNES. rnME subscriber would respectfully inform Ins taken charge ol.ananuco ,,... - a manner every way suited to the.r aecommod.. oii Faithful and experienced servants will always ' . enrlance Horses of thosc patronizing him shall bo well provided for at good Livery btaoie. eonticuous to tne noue, i '"-- The Stage Office is kept at the Lagle Hole.. August 1,1314. JAMES JONES. PENDLETON & HEAODEN, rut- Tiuina AND DRAPERS, FA,as.svsuw , , 1 ESPECTFULLY inform theirfnends, and the l- t.. n .l.o, .Imu me nrer.ared at all ttme. to ea.cut.an,' work in their n" in neat and taainonuoio siyie, u..., , stantlv on hand a genoial assortment of the most . . - . , n. j : , trnm 1 IO coilll- lashionablo inromio... , , try can by leaving tneir measures, .... . " l..,i.. .ii.nrled to; and sent to them. They hope by strict attention to business lo merit a lib " I. J e Th. iilan lender then ersl sha.ro oi puo.iow' ...vj : Aattk. for the liberal pairon.ge heretofore bestow ed on them. r..l. tn pf" N. B. Strict attention poiu i.. um...b ,11 its varieties. , June, 1st 1844. J-"- 77777. niv u . rniNK M. TUCKER. AACos Monroe Miss., personal attenoamu v, STS5 iiM2! FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, MOBIL K A 1. A B n .ti a. T. T. KARRlli I ot'. O. It. CLAV TON, I R. A. MOI.T. GEO. R. CLAYTON has on hand a large lot of very superior Rope, Bugging and Twine for sale at Columbus, Mississippi. 3:is .in oo .15 00 Ntural Pltllo and Botany,.. nhv. TO COTTON SHIPPEllS. OUR friends who are disposed to ship to us this season, nnd wish their cotton weORtD, can have ,! done by applying to '"'ft Dec. 7, 1841. ENGLISH & CLSSICAL ACADEMY . NEAR ABERDEEN. RATES PER SESSION OF FIVE MONTHS SPELLING, reading and writing........ 18 Oi Tho above, with fust lessons In Aritli 4niln RsHmmsr. fieoernidiv, and His tory, Advanced classes in the above with llesciii Astrnnoniv Moral and Mental Philosophy, HI Political FOonomn Ciemistiv. Oeology With Lectures and experimen.s, Languages and Mathematics Composition and declamation will be regularly- Fuel per Session Rnnwlln. ner Session Those furnishing llleir own Mjaing, wnso og and light ' -1" 00 One half of the Tuition and Board payable in advance, and the balance at the end of the session. A supplv of the Books used, will bo kept on hand and furnished at the most reasonable prices. No student will be permitted to board at a tavern. Students not residing in town, will not be per initted to go 10 town Without express permission. This Imtitulion will be open for the iweptioti ol students on the a ilhinst, R S. GLADNEY. Feb. 8, 1845, au .mi. sum of one ihoiisnnd eight nunared ana nny .. .I..i.si nnd tiftv-six cent. One twelve, the fib nventvfour months after dale, with Thoma. H Adams and Nioliulaa Reedy a. aeettriticsi at the same time receiving from the Trustees ol aaidtown. .. .1.1.. i...,,.l ihai ibe litter of said notes is yet un paid, which with interest, is the amount con plain- nuts seek to recoven inetoeieuu mi vwipnuu. the title bond and claims the title to IRid lots; Dial the parties I" said writing old galorv "re in-o vent 3s Uw J. ROBINS.Cieik. n I s T 11 1 C TCHANC E RY C O V B T t) F the state of Mississippi at Fulton To all whom it may concern TY direction of the Probate Court of Mom l Cnuniv, at the January toim i.iii. ini e April term, II count of the u.l i: icth Moneiicf de fill and final WI ill! -I. i ted. ...20 00 . ..25 00 . ..25 00 Utriuired . . .1 00 . . .50 00 tho Vire . And It ADVANCES ON COTTON SUBSCRIBER will maku Itoerei aavonces on Cotton -hipped to Messrs. W. A. & G. Max well & Co.. or Meier. . Fletcher, Alexander &.Co. of Liverpool. . u THOMAS M GRAN. No. 34 St. Michael street. Mobile, Dec. 14,1844. 32-4m. rpAKENupby the subscriber two stray hogs, 1 one of which was nf a red sandy color, and the other spotted with black and white, I ho mark, were a crop and a split in the left car, nnd a swallow foik in the light ear. The said hogs were appraised on the Btb of Feb. raaty.end ilaushtcredon the 10th, 1845. They were appraised bv John B. Wood and L. F. Me Donald! one ol which weighed 133 and the olhct 140 lbs. Supposed toll.) three years oM. The owner can com. oj. n,,,.. m. . . "... ALLEN VANDOZIER. Feb. 14th, 1815. IP' Qa M B IF h R 2 A M IE, RECEIVING, FORWARDING AND Co in m i s 8 i o n Me r c h a n ts ABERDEEN, MISSISSIPPI. June 1", 1845; t 1 mME Lo HERIB1IRT ATTORNEV AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW; ABERDEEN, MISSISSIPPI. June i, 1341. 5,f ft 26 RE W A RD. ..M...IAVr Un nian.ntinn of C. W. V'O I uiia.ia i in"" Lllu i"' L gaa, deceased, three or lour mile. east nl Cot ton din Port, a ncero boy namea Jonn. . supi said bov carried off with him ,l sorrel horse w loch ha.l th. big head. Saiil bov is about 20 or 2 I years of age, dark complexion; his front teeth nro out; be ,.T a c,., il,t or ten inches high. Saiil IS IIU.I.II UTO .... - ' . boy belongs to the estato of C, . Boggon deceased. The above reward will be paid to any person who will deliver ..id boy or confine him hi J ail s . thai 1 gel hiro. CHARLES BOGGAN. Administrator of C W, Boggon, dec d. January 27, 1345 W f no Wiehtman el lioj " i - C II Trabo, defendant. I T PON opening the nutters of this Bill and U appearing to ine iwaction oi mo cuu.i m ika dafandant C. 1 1 . Traliu, I. not an Iniiabitani this State but reside beyond the limits iheieof hat the ordinary process Ol int. v-ourt cannot erred upon him, it is therefore ordered by I Court (hat unless ho ho and appear befoie i Vice Chancellor at tl court room in me town Fulton on the third Monday in May next, a nlead answer oi demur to said Bill, the aova allegations tleueof wlllhi' tol ...nk ,..ler and deOrch made .--I .llr mn deem enuital 1U.iw j - , . , . i i is further ordereil, that a copy oi mis uruv. oc in sertcil in the Missis.ij.pl Adverti.rr, a paperpoo- two months successively. , November 21. 1844. J. ROBINS. Clerk ABSTRACT O F 1 ILL Tho complainant, charge, that defcndanl pur chased ofoomplainants, us Trustee- ol the town 01 Aberdeen, lot number three hundred and ninety, Ii blook number twenty-six, in said town, onlhe 18ll Hay of January, 1836. the sum 01 six nunoreo 1 and tweniv-live dollar. , 10 wm u ... . two writing, obligatory ol three nunurea nun tw civ e dollar! and liftv cents each, payauie twelve, ate. twenty-four months after date, w Ith Georga Higga . ni'i.l John Fisher as hla leouritieij that at the same lime they executed to him a tltlo bond: the latter ol laid writing' ! i - which they liie tneir 0111, p.jma vv.. sale of said lot to pay the same with interest 35 9w HOBIS8, U WDSLL3jVJ LP, REKa ATTORNEY ANO CONSELLOlt AT LAW. WILL practice in the cmntie, of Monroe, Lowndes, Choctaw, Oktibbeha. Carroll, , al abusha. Office Aberdeen Mississippi. "S U. Gen Reiiheti Uavis and mysel, w ui cos. the husines, oftha firm of Davil & Rogers. Aberdeen, July SOU., 1844. U-- Comm.sefouct'fii "Xotfcr. rilllK undersigned having been appointed Cum- Z. S. WHITE, I. B VALENTI! A p. l I A llafa Dei Armfield oetience ieved, 1 livided i RATES OF rlilTlO ELKKBKTAttY BKA Spellinp;. Read n am EngWah Grammar. ( Arithmetic and 11, Vt of higher grade, The l.'.itiii and Gic..k languagt K. M. ALT O'Me (Late of Livingston Ala.) TKSI'KCTFW..LY offers hi. service, to th. Roitin.ofAberde 1 ' . f present he may be found at the Eagle Hot.l. Fcbtuarv s, IBlo. Bv Ai 1 uon 11 THE rYbcrdcfhi ian, is, is i. Tier, lltn, ms.