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The Casket.
THE great increase in the subscription list of the
Casket, which has been nearly doubled since
thecommencemert of the last volume, warrants the
most extensive improvements on the first of July,
1840at which time, a new volume will be commen
ced with increased vigor. Nothing need be said of
the firm basis on which the Casket stands, it being
already the oldest Magazine in the country, and has
tViA faff of all ODDOS1-
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ih'es, making literary pretentions, from Maine to
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tained by writers of the first ranks. Essays, Tales,
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ties of that time. Thus, the Casket, instead of be
ing filled with sickly sentimentalists, aims at a true
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sion.
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ters," the first of which appears in the June number
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subscriber consequently receives it on that day, as
well as those who reside in Philadelphia. In all the
principal cities agents have been established, by which
means subscribers in the vicinity can obtain their cop
ies free of po tage.
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yearly for five dollars, invariably in advance, postpaid
No new subscriber ieceived without the money, or
the name of a responsible agent.
- Editors who may copy this prospectus, and will
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urday Evening Post, shall be promptly furnished with
the work. T6 be particular in the matter, we should
like a copy of the paper marked, that no mistake or
delay may occur. Editors are served with the Maga
zine from the time the advertisement is inserted. We
mention this as mauy inserted the advertisement at
ine close ot the last volume, and expected all the back
numbers. This of course we coidd not be expected
10 grant. Published by GEO. R. GRAHAM,
. 36 Carters Aal., Philadelphia.
dissolution.
THE co-partnership heretofore existmrr nn
der the firm of "Harreld & Cox," was this day
dissolved by mutual consent. The business
will be continued by William E. Cox, at Ma
rion, he having purchased Harreld's interest.
W.E. COX,
. WE HARRELD
Marion, November 2nd, 1810. 52-t3
Notice.
To all pa-sons interested in the estate of Georze
vv. nammonas ; deceased.
I will present my account for final settle
ment and allowance as Administrator of said
estate, at the January Term 1841, of the Pro
Date court ot Carroll countv. By order
o
said Court.
A. B. ROBIXSON, Adm'r.
of G. W. Hammons, deceased.
Carrollton, November 5th, 1810.
Printers fee seven dollars. 52-pd.
HE undersigned adopts this method of informing
bis Friends and the Public generally, that he
has opened a . ..
- House of Entertainment,
In the building formerly occupied as a Tavern; bein"
situated in the Eastern part of Carrollton.
He has provided himself with all things necessary
tor the comfort of those who may call on him, aDd
solicits a share of patronage.
W. G. HERRING, Proprietor. "
Carrollton, Miss., October 10th, 1840. 40-tf
' NOTICE.
THE undersigned having been appointed
by the Hon. Probate court of Carroll countv.
commissioneis of insolvency, for the estate of
x nomas imoaes, deceased -Notice is therefore
given to all persons interested in said estate,
that we will meet at the Store-house of Messrs.
TolJard & Shattuck, on the first Saturday of
every month, for six months successively; for
.the purpose of examining all claims against
saitLestate.
T. T. KIMBROUGH,
WM. SAUNDERS,
JA& 11. LAUGHTER.
Ausst 5th, IS 10.
6m-43.
NOTICE.
THE undersigned, Administrator, of the es
tate of Nathan Miers, deceased, do hereby no
tify all those indebted to said estate, to come
forward and make immediate payment, and
all persons having claims against said estate
will present them properly authenticated in
the time prescribed by law, or they will be for
ever barred. EDWARD MIERS,
YOUNG MIERS.
September 20th, 18-10. 48-tG.
PUBLIC Notice, is hereby given to all per
sons interested in the estate of Sylvester Jones
late of Carroll county, deceased, that letters
of Administration were granted to undersign
ed on said estate, by the Honorable the Pro
bate court of Carroll county, at the Septem
ber Term of said court. A. D. 1840.
Further notice is given to all persns hold
ing claims against said estate, that they must
be presented within the time prescribed by
law in such cases. Those who fail to comply
with the requisitions of the law, will be for
ever barred.
And a still further notice is likewise given,
to all persons knowing themselves to be in
debted to said estate to come forward.without
delay, and make immediate pavment.
MARGARET P. JONES, Adm'x.
October 10th, 1840. 49-tf.
BY order of the Probate Court of Carroll
county, Mississippi, at the October Term,
1840, T. S. Ayres was appointed co-Admims
trator of the estate of S. D. Miller, deceased.
Those having business with the Administra
tor, in relation to said estate, are requested to
call on him in Carrollton.
A. A. HALSEY.
T. S. AYRES, Ad'mr
of S. D. Miller, deceased.
October 7th, 1840. 49-tf.
PREPARE
DETERMINED to have a speedy settlement with
ALL indebted to this office, during the publica
tion of the "Enquirer" by civil or lawful proceed
ings, we have placed their respective accounts in the
hands of Mr. Samuel Moore, who will have a better
opportunity than ourself, of seeing to the adjustment
of the same. We hope all will avail themselves of
the present opportunity and be prepared, without any
further difficulty. G. W. H. BROWN.
December o, 1810.
Executor's JYotice.
ALL persons who are indebted to the estate of Le
vi L. Morris, deceased, will please come forward
sndmake settlement immediately, and those having
claims against said estate, will present them for pay
ment to the undersigned duly authenticated, and with
in the time prescribed by law, or they will be forever
barred. RICHARD MURR1S, dr
ROBERT CLARK,
Executor's.
December 5, 1840. 1 16.
- m
Notice.
I will, at the November term of the Pro
bate court of Carroll county, present mv ac
count for final settlement, as Executor of Jo
siah Ashley, dee'd.
JEPTHAK. WOOTON, Ex'r.
of J. Ashley, deceased.
September 21st, 1840. 48-t6.
JUST RECEIVED Pr. Steamers Canton and Gen
Bryan, 100 pieces BALEING, - - 34c.
lOO Coils It OPE. - - 14c.
For sale bv ROBERT S. MILLER.
Williams' Landing, Nov. 12, 1840.
IVotice.
"N the 4th day of May 1840, Letters Testamenta
V-r ry was granted to the undersigned, on the estate
of Uriah Newman, deceased, m place of R
Gaydon resigned. All those holding claims
against said estate, will present the same duly
auinenucaiea ior settlement ana tnose in
debted will come forward and make immedi
ate, otherwise siuits will be brought against
them. KfciUliEN 13. NEWMAN, Exr.
May 14th, 1840. 39-tf.-
TAKEN UP.
BY Thomas JolifT, one brown mule, with a
tew white hairs; no marks or brands, perceiva
ble. Supposed to be 2 years old; appraised at
thirty dollars.
BY Richard Campbell, a sorrel filly, 18
months old; no brands, small white spot in her
lorenead; appraised at thirty dollars.
BY W. A. King, brown mule, four years
old; no brands or marks; appraised at fifty
dollars.
BY J, W. Miller, brown mare mule, 5 or 6
years old; branded C. on the near jaw; ap
praised at fiftv dollars.
BY Joseph Person, dark-brown horse, feet
white, no brand, 14 h. high, 6 years old; ap
praised at fifty dollars.
BY G. W. Wimbley, sorrel horse, ball face,
right eye out, 12 years old, no. marks; valued
at lortv dollars.
J. P. MARSHALL, Ranger, C. C.
Printer's fee 18 dollars.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
THE undersigned having been appointed Adminis
trator of thfiestatfl of John Mrf!llland. der.eas
ed, gives notice to all persons indebted to said estate
to come forward and make immediate payment, and
all those having claims against said estate will pre
sent thern legally authenticated for settlement. Those
failing to abide the requisitions of the law, will be
xevcroarrea. J. A. J. AoJtiSW, Adm r.
of the estate of J. McClelland, deceased.
" December 19, 1840. 3-t6.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
To all persons interested in the estate of John
Iiussell, dee'd. . ;
I WILL, at the February Term 1841 of the Probate
Court of Carroll county, Mississippi, exhibit my
account for allowance and final settlement, as Admin
strator of the estate of said deceased.
By order of said Court. -
DAVID BROWN, Adm'r .
of the estate of John Russell, dee'd. .
December 22nd,. 1510. ;. . 4t6.
PROPOSALS
For publishing in the city of Jackson, Mss.,
a weekly news-paper, to be cauea
The Southron,
EDITED BY AARON LIND6EY AND BEJJJAM1N T. STOCK
TON, AND PUBLISHED BY BENJAMIN alumiw'
rilHE great contest is over. The people have i de
1 1 Mb 7 . :nriv almost unprecedented
ciaea dv agruttimoi""; . ... .
in the bistort or , that .hey ha e a
change of men and a cnange "'".v. inm into
ing as we now are from the depth of that gloom l into
which unwise and corrupt meium -: "V' n
comes us to proceed cautiously and surely in the steps
which we shall take towards our return to the prin
ciples essential to our prosperity and eatness.
Tr. .l- ..,t,,-v, th Tpppnt elections nave
given us, we cannot doubt .that a thorough tm
the federal government, mrouguuu . ------ -
tions, will take place, and to such a reform the South
ron will yield a hearty support. But in Mispp
there are other and more important terests , to be at
tended to than the course of the federal government,
or the prospects of General Harrison's ccessoy.
Great and manifold as are the evils wh.ch have been
inflicted upon us by the measures of Mr. Van iJuren,
we have suffered yet more severely by the course
which his friends and supporters, while in the control
of our state government, have pursued. he .ejec
tion of General Harrison to the Presidency will be
of little advantage to us, if the men who have pros
trated our state credit abroad and rendered our state
government an object of ridicule and contempt at
home, are suffered to continue to mismanage it.
Earnestly impressed with these opinions, we shall
devote our energies, in an especial manner, to 'he
correct information of the public on the subject of the
situation of the State, its liabilities and its resources,
and the best means of applying the latter to the liquidation-
of the former. As an auxiliary to mis
great work of public reform, we shall devote a large
portion of our paper to subjects connected more im
mediately with the private interests of the planters,
who constitute the great mass of the people of the
State. The state of the cotton market, the incidents
which may effect it, the improvements in its cultiva
tinn. will rpcpivfi a lnrcrfi sharp of our attention, and
ineenection with the same subject, we shall devoted
. . 1 A
a reasonable space to those matters ol aomesuc econ
omy which have been too much neglected in Mississip
pi. In the indispensable duty of examining the conduct
of public men, we shall avoid the abusive lone which
has of late so much disfigured the public press. Dif
ference of ODinion does not constitute a crime in our
eyes, nor shall we treat it as such. We will endeav
or to discuss principles fully, freely and fairly, and
th the sword of truth.
the only weapon which the freeman is authorized to
use in his contests with his countrymen. Facts will
be stated candidly and impartially. We have no de
sire to belong to a party which requires falsehood to
suDDert it. and we will sooner dissolve all political
rnpnwtinn xt-itVi that tA vViiVi iirft TIOW attached.
than misstate or missrepresent facts to sustain it.
Tilth tliiQ fnTit nntlina n.f rmf intpntinn?. Wfi 55llb-
will meet its approbation, and with a determination to
An nil in nnr nnvi'PT tn mrr!t it
The first number will be issued on or before the first
of January next. The price will be i Ivi. DULLAKb
n von PiTHTP tv ATWAvi-ir. Pflrsnris holdinor sub
scription lists will please forward the names before
tne paper is issued.
Jackson, Iovember acth, Low
THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI,
Superior Court of Chancery, at Oxford,
October Term, S4Q.
Robert Powers, complainant,
vs.
Robert H. Sterling, defendant.
UPON opening the mutters ot this Uill, and it ap
pearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the
defendant Eobert II. Sterling, is not an inhabitant of
this State, but resides beyond the limits thereof, so
that the ordinary process of this court cannot be
served upoa him, therefore it is ordered that unless
the said defendant appear before the Chancellor, at
the Court room, in the town of Oxford, on the
Third Monday in April next,
And plead, answer or demur to the Bill of complaint,
or the several allegations thereof, will be taken for
confessed, and such order and decree made thereon,
as the Chancellor shall deem equitable and just.
It is further ordered, that a copy of this order be
inserted in the "Carrollton Enquirer," once a week
tor two months, successively.
ISSUED, November 28th, 1840. 3 2m.
-i.- R. L. DIXON, Clerk.
By W. H. Smither, Deputy.
Printers fee twenty-five dollars.
THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI.
Superior Court of Chancery, at Oxford,
October Term, 1840.
M. L. Maynard, ") complainant,
vs.
Elizabeth Harland, J defendant.
XTPON opening t.e matters of this Bill, and it ap
J peanng to the satisfaction of the Court that the
defendant Elizabeth Harland is not an inhabitant of
this State, but resides beyond the limits thereof, so
that the ordinary process of this Court cannot be
served upon her.
THEREFORE; IT IS ORDERED, That unless the
said defendant appear before the Chancellor, at the
Court Room in the town of Oxford, on the
Third Monday in April next,
And plead, answer or demur to the bill of complaint,
the several allegations thereof, will be taken for con
fessed, and such order and decree made thereon, as
the Chancellor shall deem equitable and just.
It is further ordered that a copy of this order be in
serted in the "Carrollton Enquirer," once a week, for
two months successively.
ISSUED, November 29th, 1840. 3-m2.
R. L. DIXON, Clerk.
By V. H. Smitheb, Deputy.
Printers fee twenty-five dollars.
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI.
Carroll county:
Attachment for 500 dollars.
Returnable to the October Term, 1840, of
the Carroll Circuit Court.
Robinson, Pratt, & Co.
. f' - vs. '
Brown & McCutcheon.
, IN this case, it appearing to the satisfaction
of the Court that the Attachment hath been
duly executed, by summoning Camp P. New
ell, Esq. as Garnishee: it-is therefore ordArpd
by the Court, that puplication , be made in the
Southern' Pioneer, a Newspaper published in
the Town of Carrollton, Mississippi; that said
defendants. John M. Brown and Wm H TVtv..
Cutcheon, appear on the first day of the next
term oi tms uourt, to wit: The second Mon
day of April next, and rjlearl. nnswpr nr Aa
murr. Or judgement by default, will be en
tered against them; and the Garnishee called
on to answer. -
W. G. HERRING, Cl'k.
January 5th. 1841.
Marsh & Ayres, ? q. 7w.
r rimer's iee 16 dollars.
"THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI:
Superior Court of Chancery, at Oxford,
October Term. 1840.
Henry II. Smith, 1 Complainant,
vs
Lee Smith, J Defendant.
UPON opening the matters of this bill, and it ap
pearing to the satisfaction of the court, that the
defendant Lee Smith, is not an inhabitant of this
State, but resides beyond the fimits thereof, so that
the ordinary process of this court cannot be served
upon him.
THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED, That unless the
said defendant appear before the Chancellor, at the
Court Room, in the town of Oxford, cn the
Third Monday in April next,
And plead, answer or demur to the bill of complaint,
the several allegations thereof, will be taken for con
fessed, and such order and decree made thereon, as
the Chancellor shall deem equitable and just.
It is further ordered that a copy of this order be
inserted in the "Carrollton Enquirer," once a week
for two months successively.
xoovcu, iovemDer autn, isiu. a zm.
R L. DIXON, Clerk.
By W. H.Smithek, Deputy
Printers fee twenty-five dollars.
NOTICE.
IN pursuance of an order of the Probate
Court, of Holmes county, and State of Missis
sissippi, I shall as Administrator of the estate
of Hardy VVeems, dee'd., sell to the highest
bidder, upon a credit of twelve months, on the
22nd dav of January, 1841, at the Court
House of Attalla county, the following lot of
land belonging to said estate, to wit: Lot No.
ninety, as described on thtown plat of Kosci
usko, and lying in said town. Note and ap
proved security will be required.
STEPHEN JOHNSON, Adm'r.
December 17, 1840. 3 13.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
To alt persons interested in the estate of Sam
uel Meek, dee'd.
TAKE NOTICE, that at a special Term of
the Probate Court of Carroll county, to be
holden at the Com t House thereof, on the
25th day of January, 1811, I will exhibit my
account for allowance and final settlement as
Administrator of the estate of Samuel Meek,
deceased.
By order of the Probate Court of Carroll
county.
JAMES MEEK,
Administrator
of Samuel Meek, dee'd.
December 9th, 1S40. . n2-3sq-tf.
.1 cjiiin.
THIS day by mutual consent, the undersigned
have dissolved the partnership heretofore exist
ng between them, in the practice of Law. Their
business is so much scattered, and complicated, they
have found a dissolution indispensably necessary to
effect an adjustment of the same. The business yet
in Court, and undetermined will receive their mutual
attention, as though the partnership yet existed.
.SAMUEL B. MARSH,
TREADWELL S. AYRES.
Carrollton, Mi., December 1, 1840. 3 tf.
Administrator's Sale.
Agreeabh' to an order of the Honorable
Probate Court of Carroll county, made at the
November Term, 1840, I will expose to pub-
nc saie, on a creau oi iweive montns, in tne
town of Shongalo, on the 23rd day of Febru
ary next, the following lands, to wit: The
South East fourth and East half of South west
fourth of- section number twenty-nine, town
ship eighteen, range six east; belonging to the
estate ot iJpha Johnson, dee'd.
CHARLES KOPPREL, Adm'r.
January 8th, 1841. tds 7.
Printer's fee 10 dollars.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Leander Dugerins, I
vs. fi, fa on b'd.
William G. Frazier, et. al.
BY virtue of the above stated ?rit, to me
directed from the Honorable the circuit court
of Carroll county, I will expose to public sale
ior cash, before the court house door in the
town of Carrollton, on the
First Monday n February next,
lhe tollowing described property, to-wit:
1 wo tracts of land adjoining the town of
Carrollton, whereon Stephen Frazier now re
sides, situated in the south west quarter of sec
tion eighteen, township nineteen, range four
east, containing forty-five acres more or less;
all the right, title, and interest of defendant
William G. Frazier, to a tract of land situated
in the North half of west half of north east
quarter of section seventeen in said town
ship and range.
The north west quarter of north east nuar
ter of section one, in said township and ranre
their interest being one moiety in the west
nan ot south west quarter ot section twenty
eight, township eighteen, range four east.
ALSO
One lot in the town of Carrollton.
levied on as the property of the defend
ants, ana win oe sola to satisfy plaintiff s de
mand and all costs.
WILLIAM BOOTH, Sheriff,
W , By Jno. J. Hodge, Deputy.
December 30th. 1840.
Printers fee $20 00 total fee $32 00
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Sholar & Lane, use &c.
vs
George W. Loving, et al.
Als. fi. fa.
jlx virtue oi the nhnvo ctoto .
J , , r ' OUAIWVJ 'Till llf IX JC
directed from the Honorable the circuit court
ot Carroll county, I wiH expose to public sale
tor cash, at the court house door of Carroll
county, on the
First Monday in February TLRT.t'-
Lot No. 87, in the town of Carrollton.
Levied on as the property of said Loving,
and will be sold to satisfy said claim and all
costs. ,
WM. BOOTH, Sheriff
t , By Jno. J. Hodge, Deputy.
January 1st., 1841. - , 5-ti
Printers fee thirteen dollars. - ' ' -
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Alexander D. Cook,
vs
Henry Carpenter, ct. al.
Vend. Expo.
BY virtue of the above stated writ to me
directed from the Honorable the circuit court
of Carroll county, I shall expose to public sale
fur cash, at the court houso door in the town
of Carrollton, on the
First Monday in March next,
The following described land, to-wit-The
North cast quarter of south east quarter of
section twenty-eight and the south half of
south east quarter of section twenty-ei
township eighteen, range four east.
Levied on as the property of defendant'g
and will be sold to satisfy plaintiff's claims and
all costs.
W.V. BOOTH, Sheriff.
January 1st, 1841. 4-t5.
Printers fee 27 dollars.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Alex. H. McKinstry, use &c,
, use
et al. J
vs.
Vend. Expo.
Wm. H. Lawrance
La visa King, use,
C3
9
vs.
Same, ct al."
Vend. Expo.
BY virtue of the above stated writs of
Venditioni Exponas, to me directed from the
Circuit court of Carroll county, I will expose
to public sale for cash, at the court house dooi
of Carroll county, on the
First Monday in February next, i
The following described land to-wit: The
West half of north east quarlerlof section
eleven, township sixteen, range five cast.
Levied on as the pf operty of said defendant
and will be sold to satisfy said claims; and all
costs.
WILLIAM BOOTH, Sheriff.
January 1st, l41. 5-t5.
Printers fee fourteen dollars.
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI,
Carroll County.
Chancery side of Carroll Circuit Court.
John Cheek, Complainant,
VS.
AllrnYplvTinnrtnn. Dpfenrlnnt.
.....- . . ..-0-.., i
PON the opening of the matters of this bill, and
it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
the defendant is not a resident of the State, so that the '
ordinary process of this court canfuit beVerved upon
him. It is therefore ordered, that unless the said de
endant appear before the Judge, at the Court Boom,
in the town of Carrollton, on the
Second Monday of April next,
And plead, answer, or demur, to theLul of complain
the several allegations thereof shall be taken fot V
confessed, and such decree made therein, as to the '
Judge shall seem equitable and just.
It is further ordered, that a copy of this order be
published in the "Southern Pioneer" once a week for
two months.
ISSUED, January 8th, A. D. 1SU. 7-tm.
W. G. llERRUtar Cl'k.
Printers fi e twenty dollars.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Alfred S. Brown,
vs.
John Davidson, et al.
fifa.
I
i
Jon Wright, use &c,
vs.
Same, et. al.
fi. fa.
BY virtue of the above stated writs, to me
directed from the Circuit Court of Carroll
county, I will offer at public sale for cash, be
fore the court house door of Carroll county,
on the
'First Monday in February next,
The south east quarter, and west half of
north east quarter of section thirty-five, town
ship twenty-one, range four cast.
ALSO
One Negro man AARON.
Levied on as the property of said defendant,
and will be sold to satisfy plaintiff's claims
and all costs.
WILLIAM BOOTH, Sheriff,
By Jno. J. Hodge, Deputy.
January 1st, 1841.
5-t5.
Printers fee twenty dollars.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Granniss, White & Co.
vs.
William E! Bole, etal
Mississippi Union Bank,
vs
Same, et al.
Alex. H. McKinstry, use &c.
vs. ,
Same, et. al.
Vend Et
Vend Ex
Vend Ex.
BY virtue of the above stated writs to me
directed from the Honorable the circuit court
of Carroll county, I will offer at public sale for
cash, before the court house door of Carroll
county, on the
Third Monday in February next,
The following described land, to-wit: South
east quarter, and east half of south westquar
ter section fourteen.township seventeen range
four east One crib corn.
at. SO
South half west half south west quarter, and
south east quarter of south east quarter se
lion twenty-one, and nortn nan secuuu
ty-two, and south east quarter, and west hall
nrH smith east auartcr oi
north east quarter section twenty; and east
l i r . u ..,n''-nine-
nun uuiiu easi quarter setiiuu iwtm -
and east half south east quarter; and easthai
south west quarter, and south west quarter,
and west hail of south west quarter section
thirty-two, all in township seventeen, auo
five east. '
ALSO , if
East half north east quarter, and east w
south east quarter section twenty-two, to '
ship seventeen, range five east.
- Levied on as the property of defendan
and will be sold to satisfy plaintiff's claims ana
all costs.
WM. BOOTH, Sheriti.
By Jno. J. Hodge, Deputy.
January 15th, 1S4L ' '"
Printers feo twenty -six dollars. , -

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