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n),o ilJ ha»e tn-en •sa**»« ufmn Bdrli per
,ou or pr.'perlj* and »» shall bo tha duty o
tft Be*"** mch penton nm ;
u'ropertf* and »ball al«o a«*e*s euch nthe*
;.,. f Ufi<nnd property, a« ho may find un
^«■«»cd by 'b* <—'■ « ■ iir , a •(! male a r -
1lirn to the b *afd of p and it »hall K
•i,. iWy of th* clerk of the bi»rd nlj»"lice
miko * I'm of *uch adili'ional a««"»*
, nt> n „,| transmit the sun 'to th* Auditor
|',f Public Af'-o mta, by the lAh of Ap r i\
rnc h and "very year, under the pooalfy
of $|0J, to be w«#lor n*i>l tr*nv»r»d b»
t ,, r district «tlnro**y, fi>r th« use of the
ihe " n d 'bn proba'e clerk*. fur such
f .. r vice*. ah »Il b* nll*«»t-d n fuir compen
»»tion, at ibedtacrtHtnf) of the bin»id.
shall
action,
l ind»
■rocerd
n-ai
>n, in
t ve
tie
ao
-hull
ofihe
ini'
birnts
''•>
nc.r;
Auditor
warrant
'inn
'heir
have
said
ihe
form
Sec.
Poe. 11- That ;f any assessor shall hla
wilfully or cefi'V *° » fal'W a»*e»». c»se
ment roll, or *h»H willtilly neglect nr re. pcctive
fuse to perlortn any of the dune* required and
of him by th»a ««** h° »hall forfeit and biiftom
■ay I hu «um of one thousand dollara,
w be recovered on his bond, for the tt-cnf right
the State or County, as anher may be nfiec and
1( ,d by such mal. '«usance, and shall be im mouh*
., r ;*,)ned for tie* term of six months, in the gate
r muti'Ot jail "f*he county; and it shall be of
the duty of the board ol police in each and gregnta
county in this State, upon the disco tax
of such default or malleasaucr on lie- -hall
purl ol Ihe assessor, to put his bou l in it
„nit for the usa of ih- comity, nud to cer
•ily. under the «eal of the court, *uch n*nl innke
I'. a-auce to the Auditor 'if I'ab'M Aè- i»tn
counts, »b<» »*'•!• innjn diately put hi* Me*
hand m »Ult for 'h* »<« tl»» Äat**, sluaild
the S ate, be atlectcd by auch neglect or ot
malfeasance.
to
Sec. 18. That each nnd eypry n«»os« ir
shill be entitled, on a seulement of h » ac
■I h the Amliior of Public Account».
counir» . ,
p, receive a compensliton, for his »rrvicca,
nf 3 per cent, upon the amount of his ns*
f ssment roll for tha u*e of the State:
Provided, tb* «»in« shall not CXceuJ R500k
be le** l ^ #n S10U.
nor
rvery
verv
hlo,
quire,
ol
ity
all
-hill
hud
tion*
every
May,
nnd
the
o
act;
That the office» of os»c**or
mid cielector »hall not bo held by the «anse
individual, except thnt th« sheriff-« of lh«
of Clarke, Covington, C«>»J» 'm»,
Hmertck, J-ick-on,
Fee. 12.
count ■««
Greene, IlsrÇson,
-, Washragtoa. Neshoba, Issaqueua.
Mirton, Perry, Scott, Simpson, Snn'H and
Wayne, »hail ex officio, be tax a«*e. srnre
and collect.trs who «hall give bopd as in
other case«; nnd llie quaTifi' d eketors qt
each emio'y. ( 'xeep' a* nb ive nauuyj;) aba I
at eich tegulsr general election, elixt an
f t » X **» vv h i »haft hofd hi< offi -e.
•I
n—p.-eir
f ir the term oft«» y ars, nntes» anîuak re.
moved, or h s ^iC'*bH-or i* du' v qtiakfied
n't*"rd,nj to*law; nnd *ucli as esior. I'm
f iff l»> enter apart Hie discharge nf the du
tie* of hi* I (fi »hall take nj.) sub Crilie
h oitfi, which »h-lll b** filej in th*» olfi *c
g 'u 'ici ri'-rk of the board of police, t a il h. u !
I lv t" dochnrgo the duties of his*e(fi-e, to
I ■ In-st of ht< skill and ahili'te», during Id*
I r totniianco in office, and »hall enter into
I b uid with two or more good and suffice n .
I »M'iiritioa, to lie app-nved hv the pn »..lent
I ol tin. board of pol.ee, pnvable to the Go ''
I vrrnor.ifthis State, and hi* *ucce*-of* in he
I I'lliite, in the |»ensl *utn of 10(1 per c< nf. in *'*
I addition to the «.mimt of tho a*se-„„.-„t ot
I the \e*r next prrceeding, cofiditinoed that "Ifioe
I I,- will ln.lv «.H tnihfullv execute and
■ perlorm all .he Pn'ies required by law to
I I *'|n rlofmod by Him during In« c«»ttiinu
■ ..I.in office; which bond »hall I»* file I tor ,n
■ r -,„ d the office ut the ch*rk of th" hoard .
■ of p-.ltce. Ire the president o*' the hoi.nl. I«'f
■ n,l -hall !><• receded and lean*mi fed to .«;•
■ -he •i.idi.or i.IPiiUIic Account« whh.a u..
9 .1IV* alter ,.» exert. , , n b* .he clerk of «'.
I bnird Of police, under I he penalty ... *100
9 to !>e recovered i,v m-.tion made hv the
9 du.rict attorney, founded on the cemficwte 'ger
9 of the Auditor of Public Account*, and •**
9 „,,1 „,-, 1 — at ,, . ..... .«birli »»id
■ pu I into tha Bt itn ireasurv; Whirl! »■ml •
9 11 'ml »h vM b" put In suit fur any breach ' n<
I '.zsrjrz, ÄÄrK. äs, -
■ W he P„, ,n suit from tim« to tunc, u.,-,1 '*•
■ ihe wh>ie jHinulty i* e«Suusl-d. . l
■ n * 1 _ h t * a
I ^ ^ h '• !,, ' ,rrt! ' r I in
■ H*tu '«vin.'ii in tilts Statu sha l i'e n*se- aa
►ed tocurding to the intrinsic value thereof.
:, be assessed an.lj id.ed Of by ,ho own "
ers, nçentsor attorney» ihertmt, upon oath, ,,^
according to (he principle* laid duwa in thfc
i«s re*ai.<*ah «y. *
8t*c. 14. That her^*ricr all the Un«L
m thu State subject t« taxation, not o*ac*. * a
e d .md-given in by < ho of "d e '*'' to
.r ationiffl thereof, »UhII be valued accor- ihe
i! n » to their intrinsic value, bv the ns»e» »ho
* r* of the several countie», wh*. in de
Urminmg tho value thereof, shall tuke into
r>- sidération the .uiprov« ment* un sai l „f
I m l*, also their proximity to navigation, 'he
ell as Iheir contiguity t < any city, town ihe
y Lgc or-r cid.var any o»h«r circumslanre
L. m.s teud lo'euh.nee.bu value of.anf be
land; and if ,n ihe jud jmc. of «a.d aase. lh
>r* thereoihflll he a d ff-rence in the val ,
UP o'l diff-rent p.rcel*«»t nay one tract o'
I ,«l ibev »'ra hereby req tired 1« make
»»eh »uJdiv.B0n.enl to affix *q*h vaiua
'.'.no., eacl. »uh divisio» «• they may
,h"k advis.b'e u/ n-cessary. to arriva a, ,
** . rj"
'VSLaSTw.nk.W • or
»rraleoun.iesnf «Hi. S ate «Ha'I k ep^^
II md assessment *"° k ' ,d 6 be
Issress.ng thelanda tnlha P® . - , nd ,
l ies in the lo*r«l number nl towns P
in »e.and in tha northeast
| iw.isliip, and raaj«, ^ . ch
■ succession, all ihe * ub4l 'J ,< ( , q;.^, |,
l*reiion, as th-y mav W*b 4 >uçh ,
I nhvid.inW, or it lh * * *' p0r#on
I ,n b*'leog to 'he « m \
|>« lh* whole «MÄ* - '
» on* en.rv upon th* 1 ' ,
*« It lie n-ces*ary .ln dtvwÄ* '
•'rd.ng to the pro»i*ien» « lhe 14 l
a of th s act; and il any of thh lan« 1 L
«iv sect hm» b* vacant, or helongm*T«AQ&|
' Mied 8..le» t -lkey «h»d n* v er | ha<p^^
•vrred or set down upon ,h " ** -.,3]
«U be placed in a «epara-e column, mark
B vïcsn' lands, and all land* belong 1 »!! '
v held in tru.t by thin State or oi ^_
* *» exempt Irom taxation. «h*d hr eu <
"iin s«,d lia' or roll in separate coluiy»«';
M »II lands .hat h*v« ♦" ef J
isd w -, u „blr; shallm >«U roan
0,1 ke entered in qne nr more column.
I "ihvnpt.on of ihn Auduor of Public A^
with tha date
a* «
«
I Sec 15.
lll'Mof • , V :
The
; and the »aid astes-wr
shall in no instance ronit entering on lh*
.ssc«»mrny1i4, all ,he lands in any on"
action, before he proceed to enter th*
l ind» in any other section; he »hall thro*
■rocerd to enter on the assessment list the
n-ai higher number of sec'ion; and
>n, in the regular numerical end
t ve order, the
£oIo
r
«
mg
it is
lication
'Bout
tlie
that
of
to
be
A
■■M
*i.
Cnnsecu*
«ecttiin», inwDshipu and
ao ve,: *»,riil every tract in hi» cmtnty
-hull be assessed and rate red in hi» us.
And it »h.iU b« the duty
ofihe A'ldi'or of Public Accsurtlt» lev tru*,»
ini' in due time, to the reap-t^ivw n«**-u«or*,
birnts o' nssessne ni list, with iostructums
''•> C'UU.mfini'V with lh» pn.vi tons 'of this
nc.r; and it is hereby made the duty of the
Auditor ol Public Account*, to withhold irs
warrant on the treasurer lor the compens.i.
'inn allowed said 4sse«-or* unlil a cnpj7 ol
'heir Mae«sment list», respectirely, aha I
have been received at his office, nnd until
said lists are made out in copformity with
ihe provisions ol this act, and with the said
form and instructionsuf the said*Auditor.'
Sec. 18 That the number of acres of taxa
hla and umaxabte and vacant lands, as the
c»se may be, shall be added up in their rr s
pcctive columns, also the value of the lands,
and the sum ol each ahnli be planed at ilia
biiftom ol each page uoder their respective
column*; then the nmounts ol taxes at the
right hand ol each page, »hall he added up.,
and said assessor* shall then enter the »/
mouh* of taxe* that are Huu on the aggro
gate value of the taxable land» at 0»e hoiiom
of the page, which must agree with the ag.
gregnta imouut oftaws iq'he right hund
tax column of said lis'*; and in like msnnei
-hall each psg», he proven to he corrert and
it lha end of the assessment list«, they »hail
reritpiiulnln the »ums of rach page, and
innke the taxe* upon euch »urn of ihe aggre
i»tn value ol the whole lands of iheir runs
Me* respeclivelv, agree with the aggregate
amount of the whole taxes »n the rigln hand
ot tax column,
-esslient b*M>k.

abimi
in tlai
I.
T
have
in
have
or
lot.
Tilget
Iscot
*M
m
ulr
if
of
It
the
well
guids
will
thake.
time
*u ■
Spc. 17 That the assessor*, in order to de
termine the valu* of lands, «liait, il practica,
hlo, it shall be iheir duty to diligently en
quire, and to ascertain from the best source*
ol information within th'-ir power, the qual
ity aod value ufauch lands.
Sec. JB That »Sid assessor*, in a»*es-ing
all lanil«, lot«, dec., and in mnking out iheir
*«i<c*meaf roll* in any city, town brjriHage.
-hill bo governed by the plat thereof, and
eatimatin^ the value of property in any
aui'h-city, to* n or village, rrepact shall
hud to the principle* of the foregoing sec
tion* of this net, us far as the game are ap r .
{dicnbic. •
Xcc. 18. Tint the assessor* oHIie scgeral
'•ouniies in this State, are required onre in
every rw-o years, datiug from the first dry id
May, ih-ltl, between the fir*l day «I lilay
nnd the first day of Septemler, to determine
the value pi all the land* in theii respective
o inties, according to jhe prineiples of thi
act; nnd such valuation, »o made. *lmll be
returned tnlu the office os'the clerk bfllie
I
•I
H
down
same
six
lar«.
white
In
!
to
. prohatv cour of each county, by the first ol
•'kpieinbet. I.ienaiully »bereal'ei, in the
'' >Hr ,n * hiph *«' •> am.enwu. nt is made, and
in he nsaers.ne.it oow mode,-hdll continue un
in *'* '* ,c n * ^ "taile, a* is herein
ot provided, «hill have h»;*n returo-4 m*n the
"Ifioe of the clerk g)f probate». >•
Sec. 80. TIihI il any n<ue»*ors shall MrMful
to '»'kv and eernfy a Iahe return, or »h» I
Hunuiniify omit !»• deirrniinp fh® v»i u® «
,n >' !"•*•* H#""« his Country, aufijecl to lax
. . <' r »hall lad or re(w*e fo cxeentp and
I«'f i.rm «nv of the duties rcqurni by thi.
to .«;• I» {«' j erljiinied by Wnpyi'h->o. a »of
l^«,<*Acu^Tor s*mh laihife, snch ««a »s»rl
'«»«etr ,nd pn v th- sum «I one jh'«.sr.rd
reach offene-, tobe recover-dhv 1
icl.on ofdefg upon hi, bond. amfshaU more.
'ger L* liable .0 , extent nod r"' "'"™' ^
•** « 1^0 ermne-hm thereof ?batl be no
pri*'"»ed M the discretion of the court, not xi
•- •
' n< '5 " ' I ? 1 " I*' . .
-*«■ •»- •— » -r 1 . 2
'*• *'—**/* T- SZ£>
l el>U *^ 1 ' i4,h ' J 844 ' ." hul1 1
»nxirioft dnfinsc *h« Cf>niinun»c« offne Iwim*,
in ikaiflme mffM^r id pro^rti(N) iiwl
aa j,. j„ CB „. u ,- |b e sale nf auch |S
|. ln <>r R „ y p-r| or p, r c«l thereof, 1
" th8 title ofThs, te,^. „r h., «s
,,^ na0or a *s>gnees only »hall be emveyed. mnke
Sec. 32. That if th* owner or Marri of 0*c
«,i.«Ka.ai«>.*rei»-MO-xV~
ihenuelvf« ngrieve«! by thf* Hei#*nninannn o\ vr0
* a id assessor, he, she or they may appeal
'*'' to tha board of p.dicu within ten d. y» «'1er
ihe ren/rn of tha commissioner os atorcsaid,
»ho sb«ll prwxwd to determine th" *«'"• *>
next meeting thereafter, which deeta
into s h»l| be fowl. *nd it «hall be the duty
l „f tha hoard oT police In hold a .w ting
'he first Mondnv in September ne*, alter
ihe return «T »»id «»»essor* uiidar this iet,
(he purpose ol receiving snd examining
be re,urn* ofaaid .s^t; «nf it »hall he
lh e futy ol- the ».id hoard of P'' « £ ***
, mewling, on appl.ralion made to the pr< »
o' dent of aapl hoard, on the first Monday in
October jr xt ensuing, for the purpo
hearing andsfeterfo oing «" '»
may from ss.d »»«essor aa srtoraad, whmh «waai
a, , rg '.hallcontinue frotn day to day until a!
—w -wr as
• or rt'-gi-ct f.-ni any c«i^. l« p.r'ofm'h.
rr<J , lirPll ,,f him bv this act,-.l »hall
be the duty ofth« board ofpul.ee toapp unt
nd , „other asse»*ur, who shall proceed ro ih*
charge tha duties heretofore preaenhed (er
■»fich-asirewi.»»,' bydbe filieenth ot November
ch hereafter; snd in sueb ca*r the board ol p«.
|, 0B .Kill hold a meeting immediately a»i"r
>uçh , h „ c „mpletp„ «fihe iss.-«*m»nt, for th
p0r#on purpose ofexamining the return* hr »«id a«
»„J within ten dav* iMreaftwr, -n
.ppficatirt«. theyahalM
, hr purpose, of h-qritg n.J de"-r«5liog ap
oeV». a» providaj»k»r ta ihe '-ydj «çciionot
l . .• Bpj.
1 L * v. ^ ,*»!) he duty ol th
x , ^ p,oh«Je court, to make out two
ha<p^^ <RHtt tfl j i|g j4 ^iriPfo »n of
-.,3] »W'MÄT wÎBÉ83t|PV , f ,i ' eÇ *T f 1
mark ^ , ? f p ot> ' ; - Ac- n *.
»!! ' j fiftlLn'j^f^bvrmbfir foIlowi^LBrly
oi ^_ r ■ .^»eve^U.
eu < ^4 j aj.-:lu*v»hir*bav* oes » j»' •
coluiy»«'; (^„.„b-d-mspa a t»k
ef J V .dTerent l! ^ *
roan- q *. ; „ u - .fi Jit aasaage ..
column.- iM „
A^- -j ' (h<t pu
miles
with
try,
II.
'
tion
in
5vp
te
one
M
*e nf
taken
I
'.be -dlf'-rrnT Und /JtV'r*
The State of .AfiatK .ippi t
Pontotoc County, J
Wm. L. Ijog.iti
Circuit Court.
March Term 11*46.
'
V».
Attachment for #101 46
£oIo mtn W. f'row ^
r «TUESDAY March 17th, 1846. This day rame
«- the plaintiff, by Atlornetr, ai.d H appear*
mg to the satisfaction of the Court, that lt«e at
tachment in this cause lias been dnly executed
it is therefore ordered by the Court, that pub
lication bffiaade four weeks *uc> *«ively in the
'Bout lier» Tribune" a newspaper published in
tlie lo wq_p ; I'mitutac. notifying /be defednsnt,
that r/8w**s tie i>car at the next term
of this court and pleaj. answer or demur
to said attachment, ttie property attached will
be told to satisfy ttie plaint ill's demands.
A true Copy from the minutes of -ant Court.
■■M R- W. BELL, Clerk.
tOlllf.
R
ally,
known
and
sail
t'erieoced
Tlie
expected.
Stable»
take
Will at
partmula
kept
April 4,1846—4w
STRAYS- PONTOTOC COUNTY
riMAKEN up by Mas«» Wage* living firtecn
■ mites N. E. of Pontotoc, a sorrel liorse
abimi hi I fin and ahalibands high, with a blaze
in tlai face, appraised to fifty dollar».
• n. 0. PlUTUIAhD, Ranger,
April 4. Ib46—at.
I. A. McNatfc.
M. M. Murhis.
MCNEIL & MUllUlS
C
y
and
ceiving
and
South
incite
and
purchase
offered,
dimes
i«ists
5
A
*
and
Fine
J
i.
1
'
T
Ao
table
p*ice,
cil»,
suaff
fry
•hof.
rasps,
(
shaving
and
and
1>RY GOOD 71I7RCII ANTS.
T HE SUBSCRIBERS would respectfully
inform the citixons of Poototoc that they
have recently formed a co partnership (dr the
piirtioaoof domg a
«icni-ral t ry Ci«»oil Rtikinrs«.
Tlieir stock on hand, at this time is com pored
in part of the fot'owing articles—all of which
have been scleeteAsfi li great care*
Fine wool-dyed French Ckuhs,
do do German do'
Fine Bine Clolh.
Bilk, Batin, and Ca«hmere Vestings,
Tarltnos, fs very rich article ,f
(.»iiiesdress gouts and head dresses far Balls.
Boqneis, artificials, ribbons, &c.
Kid Glured. a fine lot,
Fealher*of Ihe Bird of Paradise, a beautiful
lot.
Carpeting, (a superior article.)
Illeacliedanil Brown Domestic,
lied Tic king ami Cotton Drilling,
Irishfjneii-. and -cotcli Gingtums,
P-ririt* of ali qiialitie« and puces,
Hals.Bools, Bhoe»,and Caps,
B-id'llery of nil descriptions«*
China and Quecnviearo. (, fine a-s-irtment J
Tilget her with every raiieiy of%nicle «»ually
Iscot in a dry good e»'.ib!i*hmenC
Our cloths, csssimeves, ve*ltogs, nnd hi fact
*M of nqr leading articcs. we fret su hesitula.ii
m stating wilt vie with any iror p,e*ented.fur
ulr in ibis market, md wilt be sold a* cheap,
if not cheaper. W« call tho special 'attention
of the public to tliesc facts.
It i#lliç object, purpose, snd determinatioo of
the mi le/wiofted In keep at all times on k-ynd a
well t< leciod Stock t%g(X»d*, and to sell these
guids U;hui ihe imU reasonable lerm*. The
subscribe!-« Say this in no spirit of boasting hut
will rcriftr their words in tue »»le» ihev l'Ope
thake. * . McNF.ILT MORRIS.
H B. One of Bio firm will leave »« rabori
time for i lie purixwe of laying in a wutl selected
*u ■ k for the w asqlL
March 40. le«i.
r .
in
id
be
to
tf
EXTRA YS—PONTOTOC CO UN TY.
rSHAKEN UP by W. Bridges a liglit Che*
H nut Mirrrel horse wilb a sina'I white streak
down ti'« 'are and some while on his nose, with
same saddle marks on Ins back; supposed to be
six or seven yeos old; appraised to sixty dol
lar«. Also one bright bay mare Willi a »mall
white »pot in her forehead, teet and legs black
In tlw knees, »bout four years old; appraised to
twenty-five dollars.
ol
I
■_ _
fXHI^gWBCRlBRBff wmM
1 ,mong.
. geo^al
^ 3lGt'?UkN^-'s4.
»Aga
xi ie y arc now prepared to exreiite »II chsrecter
• J . . . • ( w ,ih farOifulines» and <le
spareh. »nd in acomlnrico wnh ilie l»te»l styles
2
5^ * hherel M, t;^«».
,ri46 ' B VRHAM * KVL ^
|S HEREBY given thnt tlx on.ler-t.meJ.
1 widvw and relict of tha
fev?cSS ÖJSÄ mÄIR
mnke appltcnlion to tiav^ her duwer in and to
of 0*c fultowmi: ,ot ' •• thf supplamental plan of
o\ vr0 wid&\ t to*irit La**ikumbcred 17 a»4l U.
!*h C. MUBBAE.
*>
he
»
in
a!
as
unt
ih*
(er
p«.
a»i"r
th

-n
ap
th
two
_ _
f 1 W. . s r .j.- m v rwereni* e* etamX to the pub
n *. - ^ ^ xufficienlf)
- . > r J „ free from
a.
• k»r* ^ far
4. Ai.eq:^** ** Wufk
* oo* extrs^®? .
.. i Y*rt«uhM c «ra isiakan w>m
TAKEN UP bv Warren Robbins, living six
miles southeast of Rocky for.', one drrk hay
snare, near fourteen hands high,five years old.
with a small s»ar in tier Gee. no milk, or brands
perceivable; »ppraismj to thirty i!"ll»r».
D. I). PRITCHARD. Ranger.
March 14. 18*6.
BARHAM & KYLE,
'ÿ.-MKOUASia CAILC?,
(aoi.Daicii'a nan* nin-oiaos)
1,1
Cloth;
and
and
liosierv
,MHI1 lu
tedious
Hats,
hoots
public
our
are
the
.
J.
.gainst
sent
senbed
4t
Pontotoc,Tch. 2d f 1 MG.
uur
PONTirroC SCHOOL.
/■IlfF. UNDERSIGNED woukl info-m .Kb
citixens of Poototoc and «urroundiag coun
try, that be lias lately opened a school in tins
idace in the bouse formerly occupied by Dr. E.
II. Kennedy; now in charge of lb* female
' The'rmsit strict, guarded, and constant atten
tion will be eaerlcd for the proqrea* ofsiodeots
in I licit respective "' r
obligatory on a teacher, shall lad to be |ar
formed. . j*|
' |
I
• »a
I
on
4or.
rp ^ OB* ^^WVmDJUTo
Common English branches #8 per session of
5vp month«.
Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Astronomy,
Logic. Rhetoric, fcc, •Iff per saaaton
Latin sod Greek tsnguag#», MatbcmalU'V
te- #18 P*« »re-iota *r* ? "_.
There will *Wo be t cmUogeot expense ot
one dollar per scholar for lbe purpota of .up
M y«'» "-" — '-'•îVÏWFEar
Pontotoc, ftby 18, lS4t
nf
•y
PONTOTtlC FEMALE
academy. .
, - k 1 »4ti .
Ta *cMaa«
r h Kennexhr, "M. D-. asawtrd hy Mn.
^ÄTs a ttais. .
Primary branches per sessioo of five moolbs
*S%md Can —Rentling. Writing, Arithmetic,
and G~»,-r»pby, #1» «0- , ,, Aaa
I n.rd Cuut Grammar, f ompo*utoo,
|J?2VWX History. Platoeopby. 4rc..flJ 00
!
mouth.
with
i'U
vf
EAGLE HOTEL.
I'
day
rai
keep
llwir
will
■a ... house
M*OH.OlOf. »TIW#, 1 11 igtjti . attention
tOlllf. BUBSCPlBF.RS would respect fully Biey
R inform their fHebds and the public getter faction
ally, that they bas*c taken charge of this, well •
known home, formerly kept by Nr W -DandHÖge roe
and are fitting it op in a manner every wa# to
sail their accommodation. Faithful and expe- der
t'erieoced servants will always he in attendance. Pontotoc
Tlie best table the country will afford maybe 'ronage
expected. Knowing the importance of" good the
Stable» and a faithful osNer, the subscribers new
take pleasure in stating lhi«t they have belli, and Mm,
Will at all times make this matter a part of their
partmula- care. . ,
kTTlie Stage Office of the Colbmbut route is
kept at the Eagle Hotel.
VAUGHAN A MORROW.
7hr
NEW GOODS.
*»■
iVe
scries
Journal
oheapf
c»n
of
charge
contain
liiere
price.
their
KTCHEAP! CHEAP
C JM:VI:L4.1D A. TAVI.gr. have
y ttie pleasure of announcing to tlieir friends
and the public generally, that fhev are now re
ceiving and opening, direct from Boston, a large
and general Mock or goods at tneir store on the
South East cornwr of the public square. They
incite every one to come and judge the quality
and prices of tbeirepods.and always be sure anil
purchase before leaving—great bargains are
offered, particularly to those, who have the
dimes to By down. ' Their stock, in part, cou
i«ists of
5 splendid Buggy's and Harness, low for cash.
A beautiful assortment of furniture, very low.
* . " *' of Queeosware,China, at
and glass. _ n __ . ..._, . ,
LookingG.asses. Brass and Wooden Clocks,
DRY GOODS.
Fine blue, bl'k, brown and pilot cloths.
** BPb a n4 fancy cassirneres.
"* Saltinets and Kentucky Jeans, its
" Rl'k sattin.silk and worsted vestings, -'S"
o HI'h silk .velvet, _ from
ReJ. white and yellow flannels, hy
Canton flannd.coitonades, '"'ca
Mexican mixtures, balxarme*, pains
Calicocs, MouseUno DcBnes, Laces ami '♦■>*
r.ltflng» '
J Ill-Imp lawns, muslins, esmbrics, Ac. ,n,
Linen cambric hdkfs. silk do, fancy do. h V
'n.ihet and worsted Shawls, . '«
Fancy, kid and bl'k glove*, gimp and cord, of
Silk fringe, boonol sod cold Tfflhoo»,
Linpirand nBioo drillings, koeBps, padding, more
lWtfwri sod bi d domestic», . .
Bed tickings and apron checks,
Table dinperand linen table cloths, I
trial! linens.fine and common mj spender*.
Fancy buttons of all kinds, spool tf.reaul. ft.x
i. sruong »Uk, coat cord, twist, .binding, fco-, ously
Lining» and trimings of the best viiicle,
Blankets, linsrvt andxtti n bucking, »
5Äisr8sa*ttÄÄSa
«âK 5 'F.*SSÎTÂ ,tow '
1 li^,-he. iV «11 hiniis llcAhov and Scotch
" *" V od *' McAn °y anJ "r 0 . "
Msckmo T nat n ^^thôr bUt" Äesln/red^k 1 **'
'Sß kinds. Indigo. Markier, t opper**,
jSx- Sf "" k .. ..
' Hi».k». paper of all kinds, music, quills. Ac.
Saddles, bridle» and martingales waggon
I1ARDWARF. AND CUTLERY.
r„i null, nf all vires » ' ness
T rare Chain* an j straight link,
Rr i aod bl it toe'chains
Steel-yards, real cast steeljioe» and common
Ao- rr.l ri*i .leel *nades »hovels liav fork*.
K&ÄÄ.
table and te. « pooh*. knivbsTod forks, every the
p*ice, pocket knives, sciso.rs and slwa/a. peso
cil», steel pens, loo li brushes, needles and pins,
suaff boxes, hair and wire si/lers, tea kittles,
fry |i*n», #*- T . . . a a
Double and single barrel guns, powder and
•hof. files of al* sort», smith and shoemakers
rasps, drawing kmve*. hand saws, trowels,
squares, hones, ( tiaphian's best razor strops}
( hinete rarer», shaving boxes and brushes,
shaving cream and soap, best Spanish Cigars
and superior chewing Tobscco. Young Hyson
and Black Teas. Rio Coffee, £c. ke.
Pool•*nr. Sept. 10.1845:
ed.
ber
TY
price
!»ir*.
we
ward
one
shall
|or
page*
ly
tf.
1,1 I II .K rilEAl'IK VKT.
-jTF.PPACHfcR k BISSINGER, has just,
received a large and splendid aswtmen*. el
?iYr. r, ■<*» 0i>D L>t3p
consisting in part of Beaver, Pilot and Broad
Cloth; casvimere* and sstinets, alpacas, Ire'i^
and American prints, ribbon* artificials, ladies
and gentleman's gloves, a full ».sortmen! of
liosierv and a great variety of other articles loo
Also a good assort.i.eulot
READYMADE clothing,
'pp* and bonnets, ladies and gentleman's
ml slioe*. es r peling. umb rel la ». hard wa re,
cnitam-r* and the
:sll and examine
a* we
tedious to ment Mm.
Hats, c?
hoots s
grocene*. Ac-M« Oar
public gelier, Ily are invited to c
our stock before puocbastuf elsew ter#
are ready to sell a. cheap as any rets.l store in
the south. Tlie shove arltclas can be found at
house in Aberdeen. > **
. itliuitiiilralur* police.
rtnHE pH«ii|M4 harm# <
J. of Admmwtrali 'n.on the
Sweeney, deed. All perwn* ha staff
.gainst Lid deoossed .re hereby notified
sent ttie same, duly proven, to the time pro
senbed by law.or wd. ^red^
Jan 10. HIS.
E
uur
£1
ersttv.
up
sn«s
. nee.
- i well
obtained letter
estate of Pete
claim
T
to pro
THE STATE OF MIBSIBBIHPI.
Ita w AMOa Cuïirrr.
probate Court-»January Term, lt* 4f-*_ ..
' | V L,"ÄÄ 'êf -ärg
^ KKÏ?
âppust before'he|Pr,wa. n ^ (>f , jJJ
I »#ei v nf March aril. anti
• »a ihf M*tkd y wbA mmUiimI *ml
Jaousry 24.1846c V._* T *
I- TIIIIMT MAIiE- I
I v nnrumcc of the prTTTt—— e( s Deed ia
m JTy Abrabam Weaver, j
on the 5H dav Sept. 18«. »0 I» ! »
E'rttUx r-m U A P e2m"ÏÏ?fo 'S iléC, U ,
4or. for cash. ^at »b* Jj^ijVsTef 11 Vaÿ n«* 1
..atakawr- :
ti
•y
.
00
pad
tfoufUt.K-, N'-r. à, l»4j.
.S TRA YS-PONTV TOC ÇOU^SfY
TAKEN up by J. <7. Stog»it ' ^»2***^.
^^*rvôl > fwi»die. rid^f'e itfawtaU^ck snd hellV. 1
! I
^niuiTln li'f.rrîr.^-uhae wod£hu j
B, J*c«s.>
ef Sir *.t j;«.
i'U bur,
vf Pontoioe.
DYAS & JACKSON
I' lU, OPf.N a house in Memphis on the 25t
day of yet oh. r, for the pnrposc n! tiding a e'en
rai Grocery business. Thev will at all tin
keep on hand a good stock of the best Good*
llwir line. Atprcl.nuls. Planters and fumili.
will be »upr'lie i at a* low rales as hv any ot!
house to Atem phis. As ihev will devote lh*
attention exclusively to the Grocery husirie»
Biey feci confident ufbeiog able to render sali«
faction to a.I who may favor them with a call,
• Thetr la .use is un Front Bow, beta < t* Mon
roe »ad Union si reels.
At.Ex*»rt>*« J, D*a* would respectfully trn
der bi». tbankaJi» tits (bi»-utU and castumT» st
Pontotoc and adj lining CeSti'i«-*. (jff Jhe pa
'ronage extended totiiin JItMi p1 >ee. and at
the same trine invites them w, call on him at !»•*
new house m Memphis ,—all we rudr it a /air
Mm, a
,
Pontotoc , October l»f, 1845.
7hr c leapt*! yaptr ettr pûllithtd in Wmertgy
DEMOCRATIC E-\POSfTOU
U.
*»■ ' '• V. AMD
i.MTtn status-jothxal . rr « the
cortrrar.
iVe issue to day the first number of the new
scries nf i tie Democratic Erpotilor and U- S.
Journal fur the country, wlgrh we consider lh*
oheapf »I publication ever offered H ihe Amçri
c»n public. It will be pu„lit1>ed weekly iiist> ad
of semi-monthly »( Iwrelofore whilo under lie
charge o# Mr. Kendall, and aMwaagb it w;li i an
contain more than double tRe»mount of matter.'^
liiere will be no Increase of the ribtcripti. n
price. The new publi,tiers propose to furnish
their subscribers with a volume of
D
at the unprecedented low price of ONE POfd
LARon/y/ Being ilieclieapest iwnodical cvei
beforei-sued in this country.
The ELrjKititor will continue to be a faithfiil
anfffearless exiicuo 1er ol the true principles of
Jeffersonian Democracy, as it has been under
its late highly gifted editor, who we arrencour
-'S" 1 to hope, will materially aid us with article!
from hi* elr*;uent |ien; n» pages will be adorned
hy cowrihulions from ttie most dislingui-htd po
'"'ca 1 Mfileis in ttie United Stales. Neither
pains or expense will be spared, to make it wor
'♦■>* of bemg considered a text bm.k for the dc
mocracy io IttiurBgenerations. The publi»liera
,n, '8'\ •* •*'»!* occupy the high ground sustained
h V ?•'«' ' eckly Register, in the palmy days
'« u^ful publication; it shall be a record
of «mpostaM political facts, for future use and
reference, as well as an able expounder ot still
more important poIitic»l truths, which will live
. through all tune, and eventually will revolution
i , ,
I • diall unremittingly, and with the whole
sool.dswote cjurselvea- to tl.ee aus.- of uuivarsal
ft.x repuhhean cue..t.on ; to tli.sendwesl.alUcal
fco-, ously endeavor to reform every college in A
tnersca.aml establish a system to educate all the
children in tl;e land in the saving pni.cipte. of
■F« ! SvS#tF s S
monarchy and aristocracy, the only syaU-rn ol
. " odnoatmo pursued «t our tashiooahle seminaries
**' M e »haft oppose all monopolies—a high Pro
«five TtH^-i mrtMteglste 'ioo—ny Natm^l
Ac. £««•••*» w njVicr Federe l boresie».ys/< fce
handled tntMout glorr». In short it shall be vol
We shall pay the «rietest attention toits ht|»i
ness department, as we.l ■* So its editorial.—
ThrOr w dm wish to subscribe may plare Hie most
implK-k rehanco npuo our plerlee .hat it shall be
published and mailed each week, wiih unfailing
promptituJe and regularity; no one shall have
a rat
the Democracy, with nnshskeo and ondoubting
Uonfidencc that wc shall be geuerou.ly support
a
81C» PAGE,
.5.
hir^c

••us'l.
mp
M
uble
b
-ilk
oil
their
very
and
favor
give
ed.
TERMS.
The Démocratie Erpotitor and United State•
Journal, will be published weekly; each num
ber will rontxm sixteen closely printed ps "
«lag EIGHT HUNDRED AMI I II
TY TWO to the volume, for I be unuiual low
price of One Dollar per jnoum.lo a single sub
scriber!
Orcat laovccw HTToCl.xms xxnCowr*
!»ir*. In o der to extend the circulation of the
Expositor into every part of our glorious Union,
we make the following proposals: those who for
ward ten dollara slisll receive eleven copies for
one year; those who. forward twenlv dollar«,
shall receive twenty three copie» for twelve
months—reducing the price to mghtv tertiKrnl*.
|or a volume nf eight hundred and thirty two
page* : Dur democratic Iriends »re respectful
ly requested to exert tliem-elves in obtaining us
Subscribers.
-
IB
el
of
re,
we
VI
kept
will
THF.OPHILUS FISK,
JESBE E. DOW.
Washington, D. D., Joly, S, RSfö.
Edihre.
in
at
HOTEL.
E ;\ G L E
mlberdrcn .TIiHX*issift/ri
H
arr.
tlirrem
I will
» —
whbcb
\V
?
£1 JAiU^G) <J4>Ô^Uî.
HE siib*crib'-r w«ul I re*,vnff|i!ly4|.
form III» Oiendy and 'he puhl'C gei
ersttv. that he baa taken durge uf. and flt"d
up this welt known house, in a manuel every
sn«s suited to their ■eeomoJalmti. Faitbfulsnd
expertmwttarervdalswiU always ta» in .<t.'i.d
. nee. I l.rse* of I bo* p«MUfu>K ht m »h* U W
- i well provided bw at „ ^ . _
guou* to the bouse, at moderere ret-^
kel " jifiWBSS:
T
,1V
..
H01 KâreÂâi 11 ^ 1 •
TS!» ÄTESSÄ.i"%{
, jJJ „-„imvt ibe. busane*» of lb.uvc ". I Mgta
piifiilbi! «t ttwi *nd ^ 141
*ml *n »ro»4c entriWirTio CAre.— » nrw
T * ' 1'lH****** »1*4 « .' P*
I FOR RALE \t REDUCEDPRICE9. .
ia **rfl hare os baud two Ära tlead Pfbseaa, .
j \\. vr* . „ e -. f. '
! » ^ ^ 1
U , bolbiVChtcl. we -HI u* *<«reduced pr«for .
1 ,C*recen*tty midr arrengements to
a
IrSSl «AP«*»«' * «ai toj^re •* a
»-'■naijss,
ti
I"
j, !y
hellV. 1 ~'^ TRA TO+OC COUNTY.
I TARF.N t.p^jn.re^Gr.ffiaaOimcu)
j
>.aa&vr. *
call
Mfc
W.Nio»,
GCOi.
'.;'.VAiu<i.\»i and
Serebnnlf;
.'■fillfills, .
Jon. 23J. 1645.
tf.
U. M. Un.tnroap.
i an oo igsi
'*
J. E. Sm-vuIrs
D AoàuÜU'ÙUÊiO "S 3iV£f
Coimniaaioii tiordiniit», a,
Alobite, Ala.
the
of
ol
Pro
fce
vol
be
IMBU,
KSStHAMT
r. r. n i
■:OMBll;>3icrj
.MOBILE, A/Jl.
!
!

CALL KAKLY INI) CET BAK
G HNS.
'iMIE subsetiber* have just recm'efi'
.5. from New York and riiilsilelpWa a
hir^c and well selected stock of FalHffnd
IVmtfT Goods. All of wh'ch have teen
cureliilly »elected at tIm very lowest cash
• ici s, and w ill be sold uuusually low for
••us'l. • f _«
'1 he stock consist in part of life follcAv*
mp qrtiele», vix: ' wkS.
Prenais Kogiisb and American prints ol
M >' sljtla.
Ulue, hl'k, plain, striped and change
uble A!pari a.
Pihie mid bl'k Romba*ines.
Metino—variety of colors.
Pans-ian sntin luster*, velvet plaid
muslin de laue, cltusans—* new ariiclu for
ladies dresses. m
[Î simp Lawn, swNatnull and*l«cconet
nus'jg.
Jneconei Inserting» and Edging; thread
lace and edging. • * -Jt 8*«tfc
Cords and Tnssels—Gimp Victoria ellps
Rl'k nnd wlutp Uobhinet, MTihalr Nell
Ill'g tbule and green Lui ra je for vsil»:
Cap and bonnpt rihhons; omfufial flowers.
Silk and cutton velvet, BFk sattin olid
fancy-vei-iing. - ' <!4
Bl'k silk cravats, fancy scasfs and
fort«.
French and F,ngh*b coat luffding.
Square and round silk cord. HÄottei.
braids; bi'k imp. ca»*imercs, shdVI*,
tilanket nett.
W nfie. woolen nml silk fig'd *h»w,,.
Woollen cartlimil*. silk L. C. P. 'hmdk'ls
Woollen and luocy dress Into Is'ls.
li ne bl'k wooden dyed clnth*.
Rl'k tweed, union and fancy f'ns»imdrea.
Rl'k plaid and gray mixed sat line«* -•
Kersey L'nsey ap(f Green Raiae.
White, Red aud Yellow Flannel»; a au- -
perior article of white gown fi«nnel 4-4.
(•reeii, blue end while blaaketu
Glove», hosiery, suspenders and urn- *;
b relia», bl'k and brown doroestsej bed
ticking, aprons and fancy checks. W
A large supply nf ready made cfdlbiog;-^
-ilk velvet and leghorn bonnets; hat.*, caps, b
boots and shoes of all kinds; queeasware,
glassware, sadlery, sta'ionary, medicines,
oil paints, and many other articles too au
to mention, which in addition to
their former stock make their assortment
very large and complete.
AH thoso who foimerly patronised us
and other» who may now be disposed to
favor us. are most respectfully invited to
give us a call.
STEPPACHER &i BJS3LNGER
Pontotoe, C)ct. »10. 1844.
»*
odm
«
-
VI fvl'P.ÏCiiËR A B!^K,\GKRs.
GO 0:0 'fif.
ADÇRDEEN", MISS.
W ILL keep' constantly o*> bwnd a weft
(acted stuck of all 1 be articles u.oalty
kept in Dry Good l.stablwhniants. u hieb they
will sell very low for Cash- Their (nuise U
situated one door below the store of J R
EokfoM. J-"
! TJ W9T (MMj&
H T virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to
n e as Troster no the 15th day of Fwwro
arr. («Hi, to secure the payment of oertsin deb:» -
tlirrem specified and recoritad »tfonedtag fo law,
I will proceed to sell in frool of the Court House
» — -- (lie towo o' Fulton on Ihe 15th day of
per next, ed the right,.Me. and tnWt
whbcb W . M. M. Owen has ns awd to the rioutU
\V 1 — 11 ■ r| *' r «iea#»*#« ha, fu«riHMp 3 w ra»0(e
? *Mtïch IX IMS*
W. W. GAITHER,
Truster.
C.n

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. feat Ofilcfj PontolOC^ <
' * f ^T xnr 24, J e 4«. j •
1 IIOI.LY SPRINGS MAft* .
. atrcr ^TuaM^ J k—** Satar
to <t*r» at • o'clock. P.M.
^SSTÄ - -
XUSECMBIA MA L- < .
a ., mrt .„On Tuesday .at
i«"-assar.
HOUSTON M AH,
Do Si'cdsy stSo'cVek.P. M.
i >wfj.T 1a.'«d»y »» 6 «clock, F. V
joH^i M- MACPHER80N, P
J, N. W 1 LIE & CO.
iDmtr »öosxö > •
axn
I" Gfkcrrjr JIcrchnHfi,
IBEKDEFNj MISS
m #r -'
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