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THE MISSISSIPPI CREOLE.
TERMS, 3 u SOME THINGS CAN BE DONE AS WELL AS OTHERS." San Patch. In at Volume I CANTO, MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY. OVIHBI K 6. 111 4. .oiei"- nsive f v other Mm Sou",' iom : ive'!' nil to t: -I i 1 a fl 9 . rt4 " -ecu11-. ST" l'he Mississippi Creole, 13 EDITED, AD "''",SHED EVERY SATURDAY BY jer'. ft. PREWETT. TERfS. Awe Dollars invariably in advance, persons wishing to discontinue will please give notice thereof in writing. No subscription received for a less time than six months. Advertisements inserted at the rate of One Dollar per square, (ten lines or less,) for the first insertion, and fifty cents a square for each continuance. Advertisements which are not limited on the manuscript, as to the number of insertions, will be continued until ordered out, and charged iccordingly. Articles of a peTsoea nature, wheo V, T mitted,wll bo charged at the rate of Two Dol lars for every ten lines for each insertion. Po Ittical circulars or public addresses, for the be nefit of individual persons or companies, will be charged as advertisements, and at the same rates it rr Announcing Candidates for office will be Ten Dollars each. All Job Work must be paid for on delivery. Postage on letters must be paid, or they will not be attended to. H LAW NOTICE FOR TEXAS. J. PINCKNEY HENDERSON. Counsellor and Attorney at Law, HAS located himself at San AugustineTex as. and will attend promptly to all busi ness of importance which may be entrusted to bim from abroad, in any ot the LOurts 01 me fce- pablic. References : Messrs. Morz & Henderson, Canton, Miss: Mr. Wm. Brian, Texian Consul, JV. Orleans. June 12, 1841. 3-6m. GaoRos W.Motz, D. Mitchell, Jamks A. Kara MOTZ, MITCHELL & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, s ). 8 COMMON STREET, New Orleans. 10-6m martin St Mclean, AVE just received and offer for sale at verv low rates: 50 bbls Mess Pork, very heavy, !jO casks Bacon, assorted, iJOO pieces Kentucky Bagging, 300 coils Rope, 50 bbls Old Whiskey, Sugar, Coffee, Nails, Flour, &c. &c. They arc prepared to advance Cash on consignments of Cotton and other articles of produce h ir W will bold 300 Ba pivot against 1 ;-. i and Water. .No. 3 Commercial K w Leveest. Vi ksburg. Miss, tep 4 1 6-3a BAGGING, BALE ROPE, Acc r"WlllK subscriber has in store on con- 1 signment, and otfers for sale, on ac commodating terms, the following arti cles, viz: Kentucky Bagging and Bale Rope, East India Bagging, Gunny Bags, Grass Rope, Baling Twine, Lowell Cottons, Whitney Negro Cottons, Kentucky Linseys and Jeans, Russet Brogans. J NO. C. TURNER, Agent, Jackson street. Vicksburg, Sept. 17, 1841. N. B. I am always prepared to make liberal advances on Cotton shipped to my friends Duncans McAlister & Co. New Orleans. J. C. T. September 25, 1841. 18-4rn A LL perse signed, ons ind bte : the un pr a ra .r...... A. I ' . ...1 tocalland settle. If not settled by the 20th uf November next, he will place e account and note in au officer's hands for collection. D. J. BLOOM Canton, Oct. 21, 1841 22-4 HILZHE'.M 6. CO. mi 'i J 1-9 1 ssiK-VOXVVJ July 31, 1841. S. GARVIN, COMMISSION & FORWARDING MER CHANT, Dealer in Produce, Groceries, Bagging St Rope. Those wishing to engage him cither to sell or ship their Cotton, can have the usual I- eilities granted them, and their ,i shipped to any house they ru- 'JfleM. ' Vicksburg, Mi. July 47, 1841. 10-9m F. CLARK, FORWARDING & COMMISSION MERCHANT, DBA LSI IN BAGGING, ROPE, GROCE RIES, PROVISIONS, tec 1 F.VEl STRK 1 T, VICKVBURO, MI. Relet to Monti H. fc P Hujmi u Rev. (J. Moore, Gen. Joseph Collins, W. D. Henry, J. H. V ANNOY, au 21 i Jackeon,Hintlsco. i a D CO. l3-3m UVJ3 iJ$ a JiriJVJiJvS -U 3n lf ZOO CTF, 4 RE prepared to make advances on Cotton consigned to their New Or leans house, (Buckner, Stanton & Co.,) and will furnish the best Kentucky Bag- zing and Rove at the lowest rates. No chsre for drayage at this place. Having extensive warehouse room the best care will be taken of cotton left with us fr storage. October 9. 1841. 20-4 GROCERIES, R AGGING, ROPE, C. "BUST received and for sale, by B " &i Ware, a general assor rnent ot Groceries, consisting of Sugar, Cofee, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Whiskey, Mem Pork, Salt,SfC Also, a fine lot of Bag ging, Rope, Twine and Gunny Bags, we have procured a good cotton shed con venient to the Landing, where it will cost the planter no drayage and will furnish such such of our friends as tavor us with the shipment of their cotton with any thing they may want in our line at cash prices. BATTE, WARE & CO. Yazoo City, Oct. 14, 1841 21.-tf RAIL. ROAD NOTICE. "BBOOKS for the subscription of stock -"in the Canton and Jackson Rail R Company, are op in d purauenl totbe acl of Assembly of the Si i ol ;!i. iissipni. incorporating the same an ', approved 5th Feb. 1841, and will remain open until the stock is taken, pursuant to the requi sitionsofthe charter. Persons wishing to subscribe can do so, bv applying on Saturdays and Mondays at the ofiice of John B. Howcott in the town of Canton where one or more of the commissioners can at all times be found, and the terms of subscription made known. jo's. j. pron. JO'S. COLLINS. L. M. GARRETT, W. R. CHAMBERS, J. H. ROLLINS, JAMES VVYLEY, J. B. HOWCOTT, Commissicners. June, 26, 1841. 5-tf TAX COL.L.ECTOR.'B slk. P WILL expose to public sale, before - the court house door in the town of Canton, On the 4tA Monday in November next. the following described property, to wit: Lot number nine, in section 'hirtv-three, township ten, range one east, containing 68 50-100 acres; bounded on the north byBig Black, east by L. Latham, south by Mrs. Foster, and west by James Hunter. Entered by Junius Ward. To be sold for the taxes due for the years 1838, 1839 and 1840, on said land. Taxes due $20 04. with all cost. j". H. ANNoV, Assessor Collector. October 21, 1841. Pr. fee $5. 22-4 A L.IST OF LETTERS. REMAINING in the Post Oflie at Canton, Mississippi, on the first clay ot'Octolu r, LMl, which, it not taken out before tin tiist dav ot January, UW-i.'.vill be sent to the General Post Office, as Dead Letters. A 2 Allen, Gabrl. Austin, Robert B 9 brown, James Bowers, Win. 1'. new and MH gOOtirl Ot &!- in New York. ther northern Kciitncky Jeau A: Liaey, v tin- a..rt -.l-b: oi atliitr. Bridles, Mariiusiif., Bs. A r,u'. as.ortiii-tit ...? IKn and Cam W the latest Fashion-. Lowells at IO cemli per yard aaJ other Domistif, irom S totcfiK A general assortment of hi lifal Satitis, and Fa meg Ha a dk errh ef. BOOTS. SHOES, A. BROGlNv Of every description. Also a beautUU I I. O T HIM.. And other articles too numerous to men tion. Canton. Oct. 16. 1841. H-tf T Ki t i 1 1J D Qntk Dmm W'rLm Coat. rUmk 1Vrr riKf. Arni cuery actade LW tmi wiih a & article of i :rxrlinz. Hrari Jeam. Hiankrt . Lmssimerr. at timet. A tC mi. rt- Alt of wktck a Alford Dr. H. Allen, Elbert H. lioyd, Dr. J. G. L'.a ne, J. D. Uuckner, William Burns, Dennis Bass, Gideon Blackwell, Adison Bridges, A. B. Brickell, Win. A. Collins, Joseph T. (..'lieatham, James Cheatham, John H. Cauthon. M. Cockran, Elisha Cain, James L5. Donauoo, A. Dermott, James M. Dear, John tSen. Diekaon, David E. Do 3 le, William 1 i noiison, John T. Lstill, Henderson Fort, Win. A . Frazier, John Foy, John li. rorney, A. Bennett, E. C. Bennett, W ni. Bennett, Burrcl Ballow, Wm. C. Baker, E. W. 2 C Courtney, Allen Cox, James B. Cavender, Isaac Carpenter, J. C. Comjjtorr h elix OUy, S. H. D " 1 Dean, Dul. W. Dorse j , S. W. Divine, S. C. Duun, James e E Ewing, Jesse II. i: H. I. 8 Finley, Lewis W Z FuIar, John Fhre, Charles J. G 'Mir. 8 informs tne citizens ot Canton and vicinity, that he is prepared to repair Wan bes. Jewelry, &c. in the neatest and best style. He also has for sale, a lot ol Jewelry in the Store room of V - - Uilzheim & Co. T. STEVENSON. oct 16 IXSULVEJfT XOTICB. FIliiK un ting been ap- lie Hooorabie Probate Court of M i lison county. C ers to reee ; : re,- -n ' t . the estate f Jans E ed, reported insolvent; ne by given to all persu ha arjahist said estate, that the Commissioners will MMH upon the last Saturday in each roonth for the next three months, at th J . ,. S Prichard. for the purpose of attending to the aforesaid business of the satni estate. JAMES S VRCH RD, O H. P. DAVIS. THOS. VIELH N f n "i s t Canton. Oct. 16. 1841 I-4t possihk oncos. H 4 LZH El M V oct 30 fWlHE aoer.-ned aa roe,rC artietos for pioaaatioo. mm, mmm f mkmk We oootoVoac wtikmt mmm ; --ion t c! itnw agaiest Brown, deceas notice is bere- tsm aojf Brat iMrfo oot, mm of aos mt PI"" HnH H IAhbmk oork of m v linj ii "oi o fJtej om i aro aot JUoto j toojoio lorvooo Wt kmm MOmoJa of J ooM ooowo a sJjm oiomok rooo ceo ooo sojkMBo osHHcwoeo of t!fc TW ston mm Wm mmm tm mm mmm vuig Ii tirafton, Mrs. Mary Gartly, CoL Wm. Griffing, Benj. M. Leigh, P. G. Lott, Amos LOST. WB Y the subscriber, on Monday last. either in Canton or on the road be tween Canton and mv house near Stumn Bridge, a dark colored Pocket Book, ppn- Li ralterttWm. timing a five dollar note on the Com- Little, David mercialBank ofColumbuf,and the follow ing notes of hand, viz: one note on Jordan Moore, due 1st January 1 842, for $ I i one note on do. for 75 2 H, . , Ui Aug 1841; tnree notes on jNimroq ncciwire, Galtnev, D. R. 2 Goodlo'e, G. Si, A. Grillin, Tlios. 1 II HarrJem, William 2 Heminwav, Dr. Wm. Hunt, Joseph G. Herty, WUliam Hanlcrnan, J. Locke Hyinon, rchibnld Humphreys, George M.Iiunton, Benj. Holloway, Samuel Henry, Freeman Hite, J.M. Hancock, M. S. Hammond, E. G. Hvmoii, Kennette Hov, William Has, Win. Hodges, Rev. H. W. 3 Hill, W. R. Ingram, N. D. J Jones. G n. Wm. F. 2 Jones, Col. M. J James, W i!I:s fc5. Jones Friley K 2 Keel, Pnston L Little, Benj. Lr-a, John Love. John wmwm i T AS a lnui:;:rator de komis mm, witk the Will annexed, of the t Plata oft bamuel 1 1 son. deceased, shall at the next December Term of the Probate Court of Malison county, protest ay account as administrator aforesaid, for final settlement, surrender raf letters off administrator. &e. JOHN S YOUNG Admimimmtm. 4rc. Canton. Sept. 29, 1841 !9- Jackman, T. J. Johnson, B. F. Kirksey, A . A . DISSOLUTION. rpHE firm of PREWETT & HAN COCK, was this day dissolved. Those indebted to them will please call and settle, and if there be any having for .;666 66 each, due 1st of Januarv wmsapains1 the firm, they will please 1842, '43 and M4; one on Mrs. Eliza lf.r,. .. . . r-ruinewi immediately to tire under- j Porter and I) M.Porter for $700, due Meek, Jesse tnc&i am v, Mr. ili r,G. K. .Montgomery, John .McBlair, J. 11. Muse, James L. Mills, Dr. L. A. M 4 Marshal!, Mrs. Jan. Margaret Graves, 2 McDerii.ot, James Merrill 1 VI M XOTKK. -- llie citizens ol iaaion .4 : i nniinliu.' llin? ikaif i KI i i lv.t m tlOC Ot House in Satartia. for the purpose of do ing a general R ce iiu and Forwarding bnsiness. A supply of Groceries, Hog gin:. Rope, &c. will be kept cottstootly on haul. GILES. PAI L A: Hot " aua 28 14-8m A GOOD I XOKKT lNDIt. USX R-c i. a choice lot of Boots f- Shoes. A'so. a few snpcrjhmr flots. Domestic-;. &c 'l tor sale low. . Just call ot the corner. 1 iq sell sooos os ehettp os sooox. Ri iBI RTLASSITKR. rust 14. I 41. 1-tf buh rrini ami signed. c M. N- PREWETT. canton, Ju;y z 1st 184 i. 9-tf KXECUXOR'S SALE OP LAXDS. Jj order of the Probate Court of Lowndescounty Mi., 1 will offer for sale on a credit of twelve months to the "'ghest bidder, at the court house in Can ton, Madison county, Mi., on Friday, the 3rd day of December next, the following described lands, the property of the es tate of Thos. McGee, deceased, viz: the nrth east quarter, south east quarter, ajd east half of the south west quartor, or section ten, and the west half of the suth west quarter of section eleven, all township ten of range five east "nd and approved security required of ,he purchaser. 15th instant; one on J. L. Mit'-heli for about 80 date not recollected; Mr. Crossly's receipt for Thornton & Hogue's it e ptance for the payment of certain tunds(therein named. Ail the notes drawn in my favor. John Caldwell's guaranty and transfer, the latter with Tupper & Rollins' acceptance for a certain mort gage on Wade H. Mills, and perhaps other papers not recollected. A liberal reward will be given for the delivery of the same to me, and all persons are tore warned not to trade for these notes or papers. ROBERT SHOTWELL. October 23d, 1841. 22-tf I, L. H. Neale, Char Heel, Thofta -.. : : oct 22 1841 M1CAJAH McGEE, Ex'r. 23-5t MISSISSIPPI RAIL ROAD, Natchez, Oct. 10, 1841. HE Stockholders of this Institution &re herehv notified, that a further 'nstalrnent of 25 per cent, on their stock, '" be required to be paid, on or before n "rat day of December next, at the kl"g House in Natchez, or at either the branches. order of the Board, E. F. BRASIER, Cash'r. oct 30 236t EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. ETTERS Testamentary having been granted to the undersigned execu tors at bept. term, 1841, of the Probate Court of Madison county, on the estate ot John Cr. Andrews, deceased, all those indebted will please come forward and make immediate settlement, and those having claims against said estate are re quested to present them legally authen ticated within the time prescribed by law, or they will be Jorever barred. GUSTIN KEARNEY J , MARTHA D. ANDREWS, Adni rs October 14, 1841. 2L-6 BLANKS, Constantly on hand at this Office. Udiim, Eknanuei Oglesb), H. ti. Ujrlestn , '.Irs. b. t Polk, L. K. IV unit, F. J. Prich ird, Juints Powili, John A. Ray, John W. RosseUj E. M. Ridley, Granville Rodgers,Rev. Green I.Rick, Rueben S Smith, J. C. Smith, E. M. Smith, Duncan C. Smith, Andrew W Smith, A. L. o I PBtaas, H. Owens, Wm. Lear P Pr! ,0. F. kjos, Jesse i nnn , Mr. J. Perk ins, Wm. P. R Rugeis, Francis 2 Rodgers, G. F. Ricks. B. S. B. Sheldon, L. B. Scot:, W.C. Smith, H. A. Smith, Sarah ?I. Smith, Col. Wm. Tyler, D. L. Talbot, Mathew Tanner, Haskins Truh . B. R- Sturges, Jas. A . Sutherl-.nd, Wm 2 Shelby, D. Scott, J. H. Saunders, Jesse 4 T Turman, T. L. Thorn, W.N. Teboult, R. A. VardelL Robert B. Valentine, Harrison 2 W Wright, Wm. or JameeWolfington. David 2 WadHl, John Whitsette, Wm. Ward, Charles B. Walters, Simeon, Warren, Jackson Walker, Wm. F. Weeks, John Walter, T. B. Walker, John H. White, N. S. Persons calling for any of the above letters will please say thev are aavertisea. JAMES PRIESTLEY, P. M. ..I I r.K h.ns -in i; Canton. when' t.'; prepared o those who may favor him with a coil. li s table is furnished with the best tne rountrv aiFrds,and stables with dant provender. Having had a eooovi derable addition made to nis no use rooas stort he will be able to accommodate loose beaL T who may lavor him wuh o coll, with new, pleasant and comfortable room-. October 9. 1841. W-tt rvili parnership heretofore exisUOf jSAXD IK)LL4RS H .is r mm J". he: ween v m. tt. Martin aovi 11. L .w-. McLean, is this day iisoived. by the death of Mr. Martin. The business . oi m be continuea oy tne undersigned. no , m jfc solicit patronage. They are proper to! . , nil omcrs iiuiti i ue euuuiry, wn mm advance cash on consignments ot cot ton, &c. Ace. H. B. McLEAN d: Co Vicksburg. Oct. 1st, 1841 20-2m- LIKELY young negro r.-Jir.. who is a hrst rate c it vernier, tot further information applv at this office. Canton. Sept. 29. 1841. EV FIKH. m mm m w t r I J 1 - roiii-tr. unaersmneo nave mn im- m. I-on ir.tr rn.nrnrhin With tfcan I IO tOcir mgm . .. . w v . . . . Maj. Benjamin Magruder, of Madison county the business will in future op carried on under the name and stylo RlTTB W S Co. BATTE it WARE. Yazoo City, Oct. 8, 1841 ?t-4t r ' mn i!!!?' jeeoeaoi oe cr co 5 eaiw LovmJeojev TjZ in r'W I I a j ... . ofcCJ ettolk'vftoVHf HSeMott " " r rBei B"'3F i eXeeoaeWoVt oooori mm' m tm, i t loosctCoaT eirieoa b gio oa a eom. - v u Tiiteieei4,Oo.3oVloM of joMoW pleee oswe oW otoot mm wae . 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