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Independent Cotton Press And Varhc,ite Attached. rpHE following rains will be charged, i- STORAGE. First two weeks, 15 cents per bale. Following two Weeks, 5 " Each week, after the first four, 2J " DRAYAGE. From our Wliaives to Press, 5 " " WHARFAGE. When landed on our Whaves. 5 " " But in all cases when cotton is specially order ed in the bill of lading to be landed on our Wharves, thereby showing the intention of the owner to have it stored with us, and the responsi bility Is taken to have it stored elsewhere, 10 cents per bale wharfage will bo charged. All other cot tons, 5 cents as above. Costwise Cottons will be charged 3 cents for ar ranging, and will be allowed to remain in the Press 48 hours; after the expiration of that time will be charged 2j cents per week storage. Cot ton changing hands will in all cases be liable for newjstorage from date of order inclusive. Turning out for sampling or weighing and re ftoring the same, 5 cents per pale. Wantages will be assessed when the cotton r.omea in the Press, nnd will bo charged each Hope 5 cents Bagging per yard 15 cents. Grass, Tow, Bark or Tarred Ropes will be considered unmer chantable. When Cotton is hauled to other presses from our press, the wnntages assessed by us, and no more, will be allowed to the proper persons. In all coses, when cotton is drayed out of the Press, a responsible person will be required to re- reive ii. Compressing and Shipping Charges. When freights are d and upwards, Compressing win oe bu cents per bale. When freights are under a ,1, (i i cents will be oociucied lor Each 1-J.Od. Shipper's storage for the season, 5 cents per bale Wharfage delivered on wharves attached ti our press, 5 " " Dravaga 5 " " GREEN, CASEY & J AMES. Mobile, December 2, 1844. SHERIFF S SALE OF JUDGMENTS FOR COSTS. g Y virtue of sundry Orders of Sale to mo directed, from the Circuit Court of Monroe County, I will expose to sa0 by public outcry, at the Court House door in the town of Athens, on Monday mo .tst day ol April 1845, to the highest biddor for cash, the following dcscriboJ Judgments, 1 . saru v.ourr, tor tne payment ot the Clerk's fees and other cuts, unless previously paidi-vu: Parties Names. Number. Date Judgment. Amt. Judcmknt. lO EC HONS No. fifteen, twenty, twenty-nine, Q twenty two, twenty-four, unci half of twenty three, in Township twelve Range six Eust, in Monrno County Mississippi. ALSO, Section No. Twenty-one in Township nine, Range four West in La Fayette County Mis- lessippi. ALSO, Section No. Twenryone, Township six teen, Range seven East in Monroe County Persons wishing to purchase the above Lands Will please address their communicatious to. PATRICK McLUSKEY. Jan. 2, 1815. 3G 6, At Mobil-, Ala. tCTThe Mississippi Advertises will publish the above six weeks, and forward their account to Messrs. Iru.iklin & Brothers, Columbus, Miss. Columbus Democrat. PROSPECTUS. INDUSTRY MUST PROSPER. ""PHE undersigned proposes to publish in the town of Aberdeen, Monroo County, Missis sippi, a weekly nowspayer to bo called the All. ERDEEN BEE. The Bee will advocate the political principles of theWhlg party; the purity and taoredneia moral of and legal obligations, and the strictest social order. Commercial, Literary, Scientific and Agricultural subjects will, likewise, receive u am ncgiee ol attention, and a liberal pace in tno columns of this paper. The Bee however, will look especially to the ........ (;, 111... 1 - . ti, . .rtu.,i wi ..3 uw, iiive.aiiu as 11 w in gurier us honey from tho surrounding counties, every thing which will be calculated to advance the interests, or nro- ... ic. ... i. . ... . . ' . mine un wenare or tne citizens ot theso counties vill be most especially considered. lho Uee will be published about the 20th of f ebruary, on an imperial sheet, w ith fair type. f J per annum in advance, $3 50 in six months, or i at tne em 01 we year. Advertisements inserted at tho usual rates. ALEXANDER R. WIGGS &. CO. January 18. 1845. All editors who feel willing to czchang Kill please insert this Prospectus, aud forward meir papers. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI Monroe County. J Probate Court January Term. 1345. r 1 1 HIS day Sampson (liiithings the legatee named I. in the lust will of Sampson Gaithigus Deceas ed, Iota of Baldwin Countv Alabama, bv his at tnrney filed in court a specified claim against the Estate of James Guithings Deceased, for tho value jf certain negroes and their hire with the interest on thc.samo received by tho said James Guithings in Ills lilc time ns the properly of the said Sampson Uatthlngs deceased, which werodoiiscd to the said olaitnant, and moved the court to decreo that tho amount of said claim be set aside, out of tho Estate of tho said James Galth'ngl deceased, to the said claimant. And it appearing to the satisfaction of the court that persons interested in the Estate of the said lames Guithings deceased reside beyond the lim its of this Stale, so that tho ordinary Citation can not be served upon them, it is therefore ordered by the court, that publication be mado in the Missis', sipni Advertiser, a newspaper published in tho Town of Aberdeen Mississippi for six success iv weeks notifying all persons interested in the estate 01 sain James Gnuhings deceased, tonppear at the next term of Ibis court on tho first Monday of April 1815 when and where they may contest the said same. Taken from the Minutes WITNESS Hon. Nathan L, Mor gan Judge of said court witli the --..I . I C - I ggJOlf T. W. WILLIAMS. Clerk. January 8, 1845, 37 6w Hill & Crocker Sumuel larror Cullins & Jennings va Jesse M Blocker sctonjamin Sherwood vs Jese M Blockpr Hill & Crookvr VI Jesse M Standifer Dubose & Ruff vs Jtsse M Blrcker W in K Hunter V8 Jesse M Blocker Rufua Getcliell use vs Richard Holbert W A Clumi V9 John Nabours G L McFuli use vs A J D.ivis Isaac Owen e. til vs Pleasant Ripley II W Paali-y etal vs John C Reynolds BickeritafV vt W G W Jowers Fowler & Hunter vs R M Richardson Tliomas L Wilson vs John Nubours ot al D M Vaughn use vs L G Bowers. Wni A Clunn vi Isaac Casey Hill & Crocker vi William Smith Ste hen Smith use vs William II Fowler J R Grecv ad. vs W S Porte i et ul J H Greer id. VI Dan.I Camp et al G & J Wightmtn vs Isaac Casey J N Walton vs William Hajbotn S & J Davis VI Jarnel Howell F A E Anderson use VI T L Longhtidge. Rcbt Dowdlu VI Wm & A Burton S S Greenwood VI J Nubourt Edward Foathorton VI T A Camp G W & B Sims usi rs Svnco & Ripley Heubin Ecliuls VI Thomas Love Caroline Echols VI Benjamin Owen T W Elkin U8. VI John NahouiN G B Sundei-KJii VI Micha'jx & T hum as Pui leer Alexander uso VI Cravens & Wright H S Watlingtun use William P Rocer G W Coopwood J H Lawson Walton & Daggott VI Q W Jowers William Mc.Mmiey BY DAVID ADAMS. lill rTUitt long established and wcil known HOTEL X lately occupied by Mr. James Jones, is now opened by the subscriber. The building is large, commodious and convenient, with rooms well suited to travellers. The utoiost attention will be paid to all, and es pecial attention to travellers. The best servants will be provided, and the strictest order in conducting the establishment ob served. Horses will be furnished with the best of proven dsr, and attended to by careful ostlers. DAVID ADAMS. Columbus, Mi. August 1314. 30 tf. rpENDERS her services to the citizsns of Aber X deen and its vicinity, as a Teacher of Music on tho Piano Forte and Guitar: Also, Drawing, flower nnd Landscapo 1'ainting in water colours; Landscapo Pointing in oils. Pooner or Italian Pain ting (Embroidering) Wax and Shell work, Mezzo tinto, and various other ornamental branches. Pu pils will be furnished with instruments and supplies of Music adapted to their progress. (t? The first session will commence the First Monday in January next. Deember21, 1844. 33 3W NOTICE. pHE undersignsd forbids all persons who are L indebted to Riley & Creight from paving; to .Tames A. Creight, or any agent, anv monies due for work done or sold, or any other matter in which I amimereited. JOHN D RILEY Absrdfen, Janusry 3, 1341 jw A J Hollidny J O Douglass vs E B Hill Fulchor & Coopwood va Stephen Smith H A Itison uss vs N W Walton K A Kison vs E B Hill W B Pratt vs A J Hollidny et al Marshall ec Conimack va H A Rison Starr & Bunnell vs W O W Jowers U D Herndon et al vs Sealy Delashmint A Nail vs Ford and wife Jordan & Buchanan va C T W Martin H Anderson et al vs May & Colo Starr & Bunnell use vs W G VV Jowers R Gordon use W J Colo Ira Thayer vs Burton & Hollidsy A Durwnrd et al va R B Snow et al Fellows & Goodwin vs J G Echols. Sidney Smith vs F ord and wife Word va Jesse Parchman B & F Sherwood vs N W Walton T W Williams Via vs J W Tubarvilla .2971... .13. , ..3442.... .3023.... .3460.- ...28. .43.... ....44. -.50... .67. .60... .69... .72. .83. 88. ..83.. .84. ..88. ...9j.. 9o. .106.. .108.. .116. .116... .000 .162. .108.. .173. .236 ..235. .235... .234.... . .234 .232. .531 .228. .224 .221 220.. . .219.. !19.... .218. .213. .207. .207.... .. .207. ...302. .200.. 196.. .. .186... .ItVi. October 23 1838 .October 30 1838 .October 53 1838 ..October 23 1838 .October 23 1838 .October 23 1838 ...October 23 1838 .October 23 1833 .October 23 1038 .October 23 1838 . ..Ociober 23 1338 . .Octobor 23 1838 Februory25 1810 ibruary 1840 February25 1840 .February 25 1840 $ 189 09 I 136 00 -$ 85 83 .February 25 1810 ...February 3d 1840 . February 25 IS40 ..Fcburary25 18)0 . .February 25 1840 .February 25 1840 . Pabruai 1311) .February 25 1840 ..February 25 1840 .February 25 1810 .February 28 1840 ...February 20 1840 Februaty25 1840 Februnry23 1310 .. February 25 1840 $ C5 25 145 80 . $ 275 25 .$818 00 McJimsey & Conner vs J H BicKerstatT B & F Sherwood vs E P Lipscomb AG Greenwood vs Owens & McGanghev D & J G Morrow vs W G W Jowers Murray & Ellis vs -t 56 99 Hugh McBrvde Owen & Atkio) . t 229 05 William Vaughn Secer'& Brooks .$ 532 00 I J M Blocker Peter Adams .$110 41 Higeason &Siai.J,fer Henry Anderson el al . $ 332 T6 Robertson Sc. Cole Clun vs . $ 114 u D Vanihan W H Vaughan use vs 08 90 W & 11 B Vnui-l IUII Ju Wlfhtman 98 25 A Contev lessee 1 arcntnan va 93 77 D Vaush.li W L & X J Clark 1 313 23 CH Jones W L & XJ Clark CO 02 C II Jon.., W L & T J Clark A I Bears & I'revost va W G W Jowers S J Greer vs W G W .lowers T J Ford d -I 189 18 ..$ 315 90 .1 l(tl 25 .$1243 86 .$ 91 43 . . May 4 1841 April 30 1841 ....May . May 1341 2 1338 ....May 2 1838 ..April 24 1838 . Apiil . April ii 1833 M 1838 .Apiil 29 1838 April 21 1838 .April 24 1833 April 21 1838 . $ 550 50 .$ 180 95 .$ 337 03 . $ 76 70 .$ 70 .$ 101 36 .( 112 27 .$4313 13 .$ 462 73 t 36 37 305 00 .$ 105 44 06 . $ 845 00 .$ 69 95 . April 1338 April 21 1838 . . . May 9 1838 ...April 24 1838 ...April 24 1838 April 21 1838 ...April 24 1838 . April 1838 ..April 24 1838 .April 24 1838 April 24 1838 April M 1333 April 24 1838 April 24 1838 .$ 79 23 .$ 61 95 $ 82 20 - $ 792 66 t 42 . $ 615 63 .$ 239 69 .$ 292 40 .$ 290 73 .$ 667 25 .$ 138 42 . $ 786 66 .$ 188 42 .$ 193 92 ...$ 103 38 .$ 53 12 .$ 84 26 John Roberts B T Reece vs S J Boyde K Beal & Co, vs M S Hvams 11 Anderson et al vs Ray, Rison & Ray II Anderson et al vs G Iliggason et si Lowe & Sledge vs Jas. Atkins tra Thayer va B F Dumas John H Leiich vs C M Weaver J N Owen va G W CoopWOod Wm & Robert Kelly VI Morgan & Wigbtmau John S Whits nd vs C H Robi ason D W Wright VI J A Bland .1 Mirrdock & Cc, vs G Wightmnn et al Jet: & Mnsely VI J M Turman Isaac N Owen VI Jesse G 'I botnAf Jome3 Boormati ct al VI G & J Wight man n m bimth guar, vs O & S Wightman Pas eon Richie & Go vs Q & J Wightman Daniel, Dual &Ct VI G Si J Wightman MuUonold & Bats uit vs John L Tindall Jr R I'attt'raon VI JftfflAI Atkins Sanford Grunm&n &, Co VI Cravens & Wright F M lingers a d vs S S Ward W A Sanderson use VI J A Bland D J Symons vs B Holt T Hampton uaa vs S S Ward Wm Suxun Beaty & Hit! John P Anthony usu VI Jas Beaty John Itoss usa vs Jns Iio.iiy A Bpyken uaa VS F Willii J Ann Parker adx ve M Finny SanfurdGreeroan k Co VI John T Dyeha ad et al R I, Waikins&Co. vi K D Shannon et nl She r iff's Office, A mens, Jan. 18, 1845 .185. .185. .184. .183 .180. 174. .172. .103. 157. .130. . 130.. .125... .April 24 1838 114 114 114 j lUlf , 109 101) on . 1 85... April 3510.. April 3511 April 3514 April 3517 April 332 April 32 April 3550 April 46 Apiil 46 April ....April 24 1338 ....April 24 1838 April 24 1838 ....April 29 1838 April 29 1838 April 29 1838 April 24 1838 April 24 1833 ....October 24 1837 ....October 24 1837 ..October 24 1337 ....October 24 18:17 ...October 24 1837 ..October 24 1837 October 24 1837 October 24 1837 October 24 1837 .October 24 1837 October 24 1837 25 1837 26 1312 26 1342 26 1842 26 1342 20 1312 26 1842 2,6 1812 27 1842 60 April 27 1812 66. April 27 1342 68 April 27 1842 3629 April 26 1842 3360 April 29 1812 3589 April 30 1342 3719 October 24 1843 V14 ....Novembor 1 1842 .3837 November 1 1342 224. November 2 1842 230 November 2 1842 238 .... November 3 1842 !54 November 3 1842 290 April 28 1843 304.. April 29 1843 371 November 3 1843 374 j ....November 3 1843 594 April 28 1843 334 October 23 1J43 398 ...April 22 1844 402 April 22 1844 .$ 00 41 .$ 70 79 PROSPECTUS O F T II E Sottli-iJiiaefiietn tfavmtv. 82 20 BT M W PHILIPS k N O NORTH. .$ 108 15 .$ 130 80 . $ 50 70 .$ 272 95 . $ 98 20 . $ 407 20 .$ 318 41 .$ 78 75 . $ 133 08 .$ 218 93 . $ 152 93 $ 133 50 .$ 466 87 .$ 514 44 . $ 174 00 . $ 60 50 .,.$ 58 66 .$ 76 14 . $ 680 00 . $ 620 80 . $ 258 30 .$ 001 84 $ 116 00 569 20 .$1221 71 .$ 229 21 1812 t 100 00 ..$ 166 00 373 39 .$ 273 13 .$ 446 49 .$ 243 64 Not despairing of ultimate success in my cho ished object lho permanent estadlishment of an Agricultural Journal for this section of the Union-, I now propose to this community, which is em piratically on agricultural ono, a plan for extending the circulation, improving the style and incieasmg the efficiency, of "Tho Soiith-Wogtcrn Kurmrr." ThisJournal has now existed neaily three yenrs -merely exerted; for it has not flotirisded. Like somo illtended but hardy planr, which barely keeps aliye during a long-ronliniied drculh, it has neither de lighted the multitude with its vigorous growth, nor cheered the owner with its profitable fruits A few indulgent li iends, scattered sparsely over this and the adjoining states, have charitably borne with its many imperfections. For the first two years it was published in book form, quarto size; but, unon en tering the present volume, for many reasons which seemed imperactivo to me at the tini", it assumed It is the wish ol most ol us renders, f js 1 am riuw the common newspaper or'folio form. well satisfied,) and it is my own desire and purpose. mar it ugnin revuri in me dook roim. Accordingly I propose, with tho co-operation of the public, to place the 'iFarmari" at the beginning of the fourth volume, in such n form llint the body of tho work will be divested of advertisements, and in pages ot such convenient sizo as to be easily handled, filed and bound. THE PROPOSED FORM. The present form of tho Farmer is folio i. e it consists of four paces, ench page mensming 19 by 13 inches. The form of tin first nnd second vol. times was quarto i. e. of eight pages, each 1 1 by 8. The form of the fourth volume as 1 now pro pose it, shall be octavo i. e. it will consist uf six teen pages each measuring 9 by 5 incho-. I eon template procuring, for the purpose of advertise ments, a set of very small types, (nonpareil.) sufli. eiently condensed toadmitnll the ndveitisements on the two outer leaves, on lite four outer nncos which outer sheet can be cut off in binding or filing thus leaving the reading matter of 12 pages, to itself. In this way, subscribers will get in one month 43 pages, exe'usive of advertisements, or in the year more than 600. SCALE OF TERMS To induce some effort nniong the fiierds ol ngri cultural Improvement, in obtaining subscribers, I an nonnce the lollowirig scale of terms: Single subscribers, ns before, $3 per annum; or (wo subscribers for $5. Clubs, or individuals, paying any one ofrheful lewing sums, shall receive tho annexed number nf copies for ono year, provided the copies ull go to the one address; J 10 entitled to 5 copies I $50 entitled lo 2:; $30 10 $100 " 60, E?Tosi masters, or local agents, obtaining nil . scriliers and remilli ig as above, shall bo onlitled I i all the advantages offeicd. HJPlaaaa to remit through tho Postmaster they are authorized by law" to remit lo publishers free of postage- ; UJ A reply to llusfpost paid) is desired is enllv si possible In December, that I may make my ar rangements without del n v . O When funds cannot conveniently he in,M.:r.ii . ted, please to send draft! onN. Orleans, Vlrksburc or Natchez, payable an lha first January next. K?I pledge my word which I pi, dge not light ly that if sullh ient eiicottragcineiil he not nluijvjed by the fust of January 1845. to sustnin mo in fil tering upon the Improvement herein proposed, then 1 shall return every draft and every dollar, received n consequence of this PretrxKtui. Those who do not know mo may think My pledge nn Insufficient security for them to advance upon; nnd therefore 1 rake the liberty of rearing, as mucking mv integri- ty, to nil Ibeg It-men, in ench county of the State, who reserved in each Honse oftb'o faiglsiature du ring the sessions of I83B '40 '4S to rhe Fircu ties of Oakland, .Mississippi and Centenary Collegei and to most of the membnrs r.ftho Svned of Mis-, aliilppi. C3If one thousand new subscribers can be ob tained, I shall adopt the proposed arrangement and I wish lo use. rluin by the middle ofDecembei .$ 580 92 .$ 530 19 $ 140 00 .$ 147 67 . $ 333 48 , $ 85 86 I 95 97 .$ 174 65 .$ 123 58 .$ 127 58 .$ 118 92 .$ 457 50 .$ 97 50 .$ 404 13 $ 232 00 JAMES I. STANDIFER. Sheriff M, C. DENTISTRY. DR. S A, SALTONSTALL lespectfully informs the citizens of this community that he will remain in town a few days, and any one wishing dental operations upon their teeth, by call ing at lho Eagle Hotel, will be attended to at the most moderate rates. 17 If renuested, his services can be had it snv time by addressing fain at Columbus. Jun. II. 36tf MJ ISS Burr respectfully informs the inhabit- XTJL ants of Aberdeen, and its vicinitv. that hav ing nan a scnool room erected tor the accommoda tion of her pupils, they will recommence their studies on the first monday in February. Terms per session let Department $10, 2d $15, 3d 20 Aberdeen Jan. !9, 1845 39 3w TO THE FARMERS LOOK WELL TO YOUR INTEREST rpHE undersigned begs leave to inform the nub X licgonerally.and his friends more especially, rum no on oeen ro inoone recently and has pro cured the best Cast Steel in Europe for making Cotton Gins. Ho would like farmers to call and examine his sawi at his shop, in tho town of Aber deen. Anyperson notknowing where the subscri ber lives, will be so good as to ask at the Post or Printing Office. I he Gins ol the undersigned will msk Kener Sample of Cotton, than any oiher Gins, made any where in the states of Mississippi or Alabama, gin ed out of the same bulk or pile. left to tho best judges in Aberdeen If not he will give thaGin to the purchaser. As to the prices of his wotk it is sufficient to say that they shall be low ai Iny workman in the State. Repairing done with neatness and despatch. May 4 1841. I-6m S S. WARD PHIZES FOR ES&AYS I hereby oilier rs Premiums, SIX S!L VER CUPS, with appropriate Inscriptions oua of the six robe awarded, respectively, to the authorities ot tne oaal essrys on I lie following suliii cts lespcniie ly, each author to be a resident of Mississippi, viz: 1. Tho Cotton plantation. Its management, with reference to land and labor devoted to each Including field pailuragi ruutiuo of ciops a.-.J pasture at Uncial grasses. 2. What crops lhail supplant cotton on plait.r tlonl of inferior qualities, when cotton shnll become loo low lo be cultivated on surh plantations what new crops lo be introduced if any. 3. fihecp as adopted lo Mississippi. 4. The Garden and the Orchard oomparriinn of the soil and climate id' Mlsalaslppj with these of more northern states, in refiernnce to the product ion "f vegitnbles and guidon fruits together. wilh the best methods of managing rhe varlour orchard fruits adopted lo .Mississippi, and of acclimating the moro difficult genera. 5 Analyses of soils and plants and susrsreations of nv tliods of analysis within the means ofMislts. prions1 discussing also the propriety of a geoloeic al und agricultural survey of the suite by legislative authority 6. Manufactories anil the Mechanic Arts, estab lished within the bounds of the state, linnortont to the agricultural interest. The pre I iuml to bo awarded bv a committee of thirteen agricultural gentlemen, to wdiom I shall commit all the essays for adjudication, by inch sub divisions of labor among tlu-mselvcs as they may agree uponthe unsuccessful essays to bo at the disposal of the Ediiors of the Farmer. In connection with tho foregoing, I .Intend to submit an Address letting forth reasons why an agricultural paper should be established in tho South-Wesi; and I leave that duty, to be better per formed by themany public-spirited gentlemen whom this Prospectus may reach entreating nil who feel Hie mnirnitunii ot tne cause, :o mount iheir horses forthwith, and spend a day or two in endeavors to form Clubs of subscribers. Theso clubs will be tho nuclei for presently forming societies, establishing agricultural libraries, holding neighborhood fairs Stc. thus cementing the community togother, in the eatecution of one common grand design. This is certainly a fa vol able moment for gaining the public attention, when tho excitement of politics is about to subside for a season. Tho planters of the slate sh, uld rnako it a com mon cause, to demand of the Legislature a Goolog. ical und Agricultural lurvry of t ie slate. I( ah,, 11 he one of the leading n ims of the "Farmer'' to .uiicenuuie puoiic opinion on itns point, so as to make it efficient upon our functionaries. Thogh long delayed, I shall ever continue to hope for tho accomplishment of this measure. If the agricultu ralist of the slate would unite in demanding it, it might bo effected by tho Legislature to be elected in Novembor 1845. Say, fellow-cilizens, will you aid us, in our endoavors to roach the public ear, on a topic so important to tho welfare of our state?' We arc so orrnngeing our business, as to admit of our ridiog much through the country and wo hope tospend at least a third of our timein visiting our palroos, in different sections. We shall en deavor also, ono or the other or both of the Edit ors, lo bo present at all rhe Fairs or Catth Shows held in this or the adjoining states. In conclusion I would state that it is my intention to devote myeslf moro directly to the interests o the paper than heretofore; nnd I am assured by mv coadjutor, lhat he will take time to visit farmers, and will give much more of bis nttention to ihe cause than his situation line heretofore nermiitart N G NORTH, Proprietor and Kditor. Raymond, Mi. Nov 1344.