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T II E UNION.
FEDRUARY 14, 1810.
Wo are authorized to announce Walk-
EnCrtoorvE,E.q. ns a candidate for the
office of Mayor of the town of Lexington.
Tho election tikes place on the first
Monday of March.
We see from the Legislative proceedings
that the Senate has r.-jctcd the resolution
of Mr. Speight?, compelling tho backs to
pay specie on the first of April next. VVe
houlJ like to be ablo to givo tho yeas end
noes on tho bill. I there no independ
ence in tho Senate, nr will they suffer the
country to be floided with shin-pl.isters
gain we hope they will reconsider the
We perceive by our last Nashville
Union that Alexander Anderson has been
elected United States Senator from Ten
nessee, in tho placo of the Hon. II. L.
White, resigned. Mr. Anderson is a true
and tried Democrat so we go.
Tho Legislature of Pennsylvania has
elected Mr. Sturgeon, United Slates Sen
ior by a handsome majority. lie is a
We are sorry to see from the Inst Sen
tinel and Expositor, that that print has
drawn our friend A. II. M'Kinstry into
the J. D. Wolf Smith scrape. We hope
that A. II. M'Kinstry, Esq. will come out
and lei t the truth, and nothing but the
naked thing itself, ns we think he ought.
There will bo a meeting of the Lexing
ton Debating Society this evening, ot the
Court House, at early candle-lighting.
Tho citizens are expected to attend the
fluhject for debate is
u lias the present ngo more danger to
apprehend from a spirit of innovation , than
from an adherence to established customs
For the Lexington Union.
Mr. Editor: I see a communication in
thi Union of 8ih inst. signed Many Voters,
calling on Simuel Stamps, Esq. to become
n candidate for Mayor, recommended to
thu voters of Holmes as a s li'able candi
date, &c. 1 do not pretend (o doubt friend
Stamps1 punctuality in discharge of bis
duty in office, but rather think that Many
Voters Ins an inclination to see friend
Stamps have a roving commission in the
way of offices. He h now an acting Jus
tice of the Penes in and for sail counts,
but it seems that M. V. wishes to see him
P t G- tl. Wag bo not at this time in
office, we would join M. V. in calling him
out, though wo can't see how one maucan
hold Uio offices at the Fame time, under
tho constitution and laws of ttie State of
Mississippi; should ho become a candi
d ite for Mayor he would have to resign
his present office, which would undoubt
edly render him very unpopular amongst
his former supporters.
Will II. II. Fultz, Esq. permit his name
to be run for the Mayoralty of tho town
of Lexington and county of Holmes. I'y
eo doing we think he would receive the
For the Lexington Union.
IfW. A. Purdom w ill -consent to have
his name run for Mayor of tho corporation
of Lexington, he can be elected by a large
31 ANY VOTERS.
On Saturday about 2 p. m. the steamboat
Clarksville, Capf. Jos. M. Irwin, hove in
eight off tho race-track, under fire of a sa
lute which told thnt our venerable fellow
citizen and beloved neighbor Andrew
Jacksoic with his suite, were on board.
Citizens flocked to the whore by hundreds;
nnd as tho boat came up they greeted the
crowd rushed to the decks and the old and
the young all pressed around the brave old
veteran to grasp his hand.
...... ,.,,,, neanv rneeT. 1 li
lrt a pertinent address on behnlf tV,
citizens, L. P. Clieatham, Esq. congratu
lated him on his safe return and made
known his authority to sav that the On
ernor the Speakers of l oth Ilousps,and the
members ihe Legislature in a body
wnntH in r..... ....
..., ... n iii'imciiin, wan uu Onfl f8
con mm up into the citv. After receiv
"g the salutations o all, the old gentle
man came on shora nnrl rm.po,!,H .u
S??.S"- he rane
r't 1 morr.inff when, wiih M;n.
The journey lias been a tedious one
owl yet Cen. Jackson seems to have sus
tained it with his usual fortitude. His
health really appears to bo improved.
II. L. White has resigned hi
seat in the Senute of the United Stales.
On tho 27th ultimo, savs the Nashville
Union, an election to fill the vacancy oc
casioned by the resignation of Judge
White, was effected on the first ballot.
(Jen. Alexander Anderson, of Eist Ten
nnssce, rccc veu a majo ny m ,.. vm,
, it I1U " II HVt III 1 VU UWUi iu rini. viu
unexpired term of Judge White. The
whole number of votes given was '.17.
Gen. Anderson received -It), Judge White
10, and (5 scattering.
At the samo time, Hubert P. Curren,
Esq. of Franklin, Williamson county, was
elected superintendant of public instruc
tion, in place of Col. R. II. M'Ewcn,
(whig defaulter.) Tho Union says,Messrs.
Anderson and Curren are both good Jef
fersoninii democrats old whig?. Missis
sippian. VIVA VOCE VOTING.
The article in an ether column, headed
1 Moral Courage,1 if in'cndrd to apply to
nil those in tho IIouso who voted against
the resolution, for a viva voce vote, in the
election of Union Hank directors, reflects
improperly. Wo have not a list of the
votes before us.hut we recolKct thntamiog
the rest, Col. Samuel Ellis, of Joues,voted
in tiie minority a gentleman to whose
character tho breath of suspicion has never
Tiie resolution is not yet finally dispos
ed of in tho Senate, and until we witness
the fact, we will not believe that the mem
bers of that body will place themselves be
fore the world in the attitude cf avoiding
the responsibility of giving a viva voce vote
a responsibility uhich a woman would
take, and winch we cannot believe mci
Kill shrink from. Mis"issippia.n.
Ti irliard Ingram Retainable to Holme
vs nlia fi la on I ond. Circuit Court lo A pril
A A Cialpin irrm 1610.
Saimirl A. G;iIIosay et nl
Y virtue of the above staled execu
tion, hi h issued from the Clerk's
Office of the Circuit Court of Holmes
county to me directed, I shall rxpose to
sale to the highest bidder for cash, nt the
Court house door of Ilidmes County on
Third Monday, the sixteenth day cf
next, tho following described tracts or
parcels of land to wit: the south cast
quarter of section 4, west half north east
quarter section 25, south east quarter,
south west quarter section 21, all in
township 15, nrrth of range 52 east, em
bracing 289 8-100 acres more or "less.
Levied on as the property ofSarnuel A.
Galloway to satisfy the above stated exe
cution and cost of suit. Also the south
we?t quarter and cast half of north west
quarter section 17, township 1 1, range 1
east, and the south east quarter of south
east quarter, section 15, township 15,
north ot range 2 east.
Levied on as the property r'f Amos A.
Galpin to satisfy the above stated execu
tion an 1 cost of suit. I will spII all the
right title interest nnd claim that the de
fendants Gulpin &L Galloway may hive
in and to tho above described tracts or
parcels of land. Feb 11 1S40.
J. D. WY ATT, Sheriff
Of Holmes County.
G. & DuvaM
attorneys for plff.
leb. 11 11
Returnable to Ynzno
Circuit Court lo May
vs nl fi fa
C.pnrsp I! Di'non
Cnrnp P Newell
llobi'rt K Bcaty i
Y virtue of tho above stated alias
firei facias to mo directed, which
issued from the Clerks Office of the Cir
cuit Court of Yazoo County, I shall ex
pose to sale to the highest bidder foi
cash, at tho Court House door of my
county on tho
Third Monday in March next, ,
the following described tract or parcel of
and, to wit: the nortii west quarter and
west half of the north cast quarter and
the north half south west quarter section
35, and er.st half north cast quarter and
the north half, south eat eihth cf
section 31, nnd the south west quarter and
south half of east half of south west quar
ter, and twenty three acres of the south
half of the west half of south east quar
ter of sction 26; all in township 14,
of range 2 east.
Levied on as tho properly of David
nnrl Robert Renty, to satisfy the Bhave
stntrd rnse nnd cost of suit acrruins there
on, I will sell nil ih risht, title, interest
and chum that the defendants has in nnd
to the nhove deperibed tract or parcel of
land, Feb 11 1810.
J. D. WYATT, Sheriff,
Of Holmes County, Mi,
Robert JnlTVry Returnable to Ib.linrs
v pi li (a on boml Circuit Court to April
J J M'Kniglitct id term b-'-ld.
Y virtue of the above stated execu
tion to me directed, I shall expose
to sale to the highest bidder for cash ut the
Court House doer of Holmes county on
Third Monday the sixteenth day J
ne.xl, the following deseriled lot of ground
to wit: tho south half of lots number 00
and 01, situate lying; nud being in the town
of Lexington, on which there is a large
and commodious two story framed mim
ing, well constructed for a mercantile
bouse, and now occupied by John M.
Brown and William II. McCutchan.
Levied on us the jwopci ty of J nine J.
31cKntght to satisfy the above stated ex
ecution nnd cost of suit.
I will sell all tho right title interest and
claim that tho defendant James J. Mc
Kuight has in nnd to tho above described
properly. Feb. 5, 18-10.
J. I). WV ATT, Sheriff
Of Holmes cout.ty.
February 11 11
Fitch & Paxton
Attorney for Piff.
7V fee &V2
BFrdivards Rctnrtmlilu to Ilulmr
v nl fi fii Circuit ( "nurt to April
1' 1, rloiiinicr tot in 13-10.
Jan cs I!. Yi?t, k
C)i virtue r.i tt:o noove stated execution
r . t ..1 .
mJ tome directed which issued from tin
Cleik's Office of the Circuit Court
I lolmrs county, 1 shftll exposo to sale to
the highest bidder for cash, at tho Court
House door in tho town of Lexin-Mon,
Holmes County Mississippi on tho
Third Monday, the sixteenth day cf
.t fit . .
next, mo toiiowing described tract or
parcel of land to wit: the north west
quarter of section 1 1, township 11, range
1 east, and the south half cf east half cl
the north east quarter section 13, range 1
east, and the north west quarter of south
east quarter of section 15, and the east
half of north west quarter and the north
cast quarter of south west quarter of eec
lion 15, township 1 1, of range 1 eat, con
taining three hundred and sixty acres
more or less.
Levied on as the properly of James II.
West to satisfy the above stated execution
md erst of suit. The above described
lands lie on the waters of Harlin's creek
being tho same land that is now in th
possession of Joseph C. Harrington.
will sell nil tho right title and interest that
the defendant Jameg R. West may have
in and to the above described lauds.
Feb 11, 18-10.
J. I). WYATT, Sheriff
Of Holmes county
Jennings Du'iu r
attorney for p''ff.
1 1 tds
Pr. fee Sl."
SI I Fill IT'S SALE.
TosH. rininmer nc ic. retainable to Holme
nl. fi fiaon bond Circuit Court to Apri
E S'liaw Term 1810
R. IVher &
BJ$Y virtuo of the above stated cxecu
M-W lion to mo direr! nil. I ehnll evnnsn lit
sale to the highest bidder for cash, nt the
court bouse door of my county on tho
Third Monday of March next,
tho following properly, to wit: Lo s No,
31, and 30, nnd east quarter of lot No
HO, and lot No. 81; all lying and being
in the town ol Lexington.
Levied on as the property of Robert
Fisher, to satisfy tho above stated execu
tion and cost of suit. I will sell a!l the
right, title, interest and claim, that the
said Robert Fisher, has in and lo the
J. D. WYATT, Sheriff.
Feb 11 11 tds Pr. fee $9
mi um jiJm,.iin-i--ijLiii-i jji.iimj'aiuuia
Downer & Co Returnable to U. S
vs fi fa Girfluil Court, to May
J & it w jamcatspcirty teiui, 1C1U
Shipman, Crane &,Co
va fi fa Same
Jacohus & Garthwaif,
v pi fi fa Same
It V J,imesSjCoiecuuty
Downer &, Co
R W Jamca
vs fi fa ' Same
R W James k Co
vs nl fi fa . Samo
Y virtue of the above s'ated wrifs f
me directed, from the Circuit Court
ol tho United States, for the Southern
Distrrt of Mississippi. 1 will sell for eas
nt the Court houo in Lexington, Holmes
Monday the 2 Ith day of Primary inst.
the following negroes, viz: Dave, Kittv
and child, Ellen and child, and Aggy mid
Lev ied on as the property of the defend
ants, to satisfy the above stated executions
W. M. GWIN, Marshal.
Oram & Dirton Returnnblo to U S
ts fi l Circuit Court to May
WWs'miliiS.Cortalsec-ty term ld-iO
II ti Osgood &. Co
vs li la Samo
J llicloT'cn ct nl tv: tCt'ly
Robrit JalFraj L Co
v ul li t'.t Samo
W V Smiih & Co
Cornelius linker Sc Co
li f 1 ume
Dickemm & Smith
'o melius l!uk r k Co
vs fi fa Enino
DickiTSon & Sruitli
jY virtue of the above stated execu
tions lo 1110 directed from the Hon.
United States Circuit Court for the South
ern District of Mississippi, I will on
Monday the '41th day of Fitruaru
in the luwn of Lexington, Holmes county,
expose lo public sale for cash, nil the right,
title and interest. 1 tie smd defendant W
w tj.mtn and John Ormth hath in or to
tho following described property, to wit
one negro boy named Frank, two horses,
tlitco oxen, twenty-seven bend of cattle,
one wajrgon; levied on ns the preperty ol
W W Smith to satisfy the aLovd stated fi
as and costi".
W. M.GWIN, Marshal,
Ry P. iM. FERGUSON, Deputy
IV b 11 td9 H pin'is foogjfj
Lemuel Bullock Returnable to Holmes
b la Ciictiit Court til Anril
jdm.ui at.i'ii ri (11 leilll IS1U.
1 .. : 1 1- . l . . ... '
n V . :. -r .. .1 - 1
niiiu ui iiiu Hiinvtj siaiea execu
v imii 10 me duet-led, I will expose to
sale to the highest bidder for cash before
Hie Lourl house i.or of Holmes county on
I lard Xonuav the sixteenth dau nf
next, the following described property to
n: me soutti west quarter section mini
ber 3, in towiibhiu 15, rnnze 2 east, wiih
a good well ol water, SO acres of cleuret
and in a high state of cultivation; south
west quarter of section 15, township 15,
range z east, well improved, also the west
lall ot south cast quarter ol section 11,
lownsnip lo, range 2 east, also well im
proved tontair.ini: in ail 400 acres.
Levied on as the properly of the defen
dant Josiah Keen to satisfy plainttffcluim
ml cost ol suit. Feb 13 KS10.
J. D. WYATT, Sheriff
Ry Wm.STlGLER, D. S.
February 11, 14 tds
M i A R R Company Returnable to Tolmc
vsvund expo Circuit Court, to Ainil
Jef rattunc, O Far- term lb'4U
ti erce, et al
"SY virtuo of the above stated vendilio
exponas which issued from the
clerks office of the Circuit Court of Holmes
county, audio me directed, I ghall expose
to s do to the highest bidder fur cash, nt
the Court house door of my county, on the
third Monday m March next.
ibo following described tract or parcel of
land, to wit: lot number i section 2o, lot
number 1, section 35, tho east half north
east quarter, and tho north half of west
half of nu th wesl quarter, section 3C, nnd
lot number 1 section 25, all in townsdiip
number li, rango 1 east, end lot number
., sec! ion Levied on 113 (he properly
f Obeiliah Farthereo to satisfy the nhove
stated case and costs of suit. I will rell
ill the rL'ht, litle and interest that tho dc
li ndant Furtherce ha? in nnd to the. above
Icscribed properly. Feb 11, 1640
Grayson &. Griffin, nuivs for pPniffs
J D WYATT, Sheriff.
F.dil.o Ids U prn'lH fee $)
Planters Dank use, iic. Retmnibln 10 llo'mr-
v.; a I ti la
tircuit t ourt to April
1 O n
John M IJiown
Joliu V linuton
D D Thompson
It I'Nief 4
P T Land.
virtue of iho nbove slated execu
v4) tion to me directed, I shall expose
to sale to the highest bidder for cash at
the Court house door of Holmes county
Third Monday the sixteenth day cf March
next, the following desciihed property to
wit: The west half of lot S3 in the town of
Lexington, levied on as -the properly of
jonn v. liratton, also lot 81, levied on
ns the property of John W.Brattrm & R0.
bert Fisher, also lots number 31, 39 and
cast quarter of lot 80. '
Levied on as the properly of Robert
Fisher to satisfy the above stated exeru
tion and cost of suit. 1 will sell nil the
right title interest nnd claim that the de
tennnnts bratton &. Fisher has in nnd to
iho ahove described property. February
. D. WYATT, Sheriff.
February 14, 14 tds
....,.;,, ; Pr fee $12
HEREBY forwarn all persons from
tnoinrt for two notes eiven hv ma t
.joei iiaynee, one tor uhout one hundred
and forty dollars; tho other nbont nn.
hundred nnd fifty dollars; onemade pny.
able on demand, the other I think, on the
nrst cf Junnary last. The consideration
for which I gave said notes having failed
I shall not pir them unless enmnfil!it K
C ... r. . - 4
.iiii!iiirri;nil Ullnk of
aiuncar'ter, ufp c.
v al fi fa on band
term IfJi 'UA1M
jonu m. uinwn
V D Thompson
d v n.iti's &.
J F Crawford
V virtue of the ftlovo ,,..
Iiontomedireeted I B,n XPri''
sale to the highest bi,!dcr : fll. P,j '.T8 o
Curt houso door of llolmca " com . '
UIO V uil
Third Monday cfmu ll
nCXt. the fullnwinir ilnan.!l. 1
wit: the south hiiif M(l, rtfi 17"
of Lexinnlon. IpimoI n .1.
David F Rates, also tho w,., . 1 7.nt
S3 and lot 84 nil in ihe town of I 1 'Ut
Lev.ed on as the properly j,,, .J'
Oration to safsfy ,ie above s!n!ed c"
t.n and cost ef suit, I will Be ,",
r.ohtti le in.erestnnd claim that tl,R d ,
fendants fin eg & Drntton may have i
ruuiVwo.0 dc,criLeJ pw.
J. D. WYATT, Sheriff
I'l Holmes 1
February 11, 14
Tr fen 13
riantrr'. Dank Ren.rnat.le to Law,enr9
fii Ll. etal. !erml8mrt,
Y virtuo of the above sinfed eve.
Hon tome directed. b;,h ;,..
from tho Clerk's OJire of tin, Circuit
Court of Lawrence count v, I sh dl expose
to public sale to the highest bidder for
cash, at the Court house door of my
county on tho
Third Monday, the sixteenth day 0
next, the follow ing desciihed (net or pnr
eel of land to wit; Ihe north half of sec
tion 27, south west quarter and we?t half
south east quarter src:j'n 27,township 16,
range 5 east, west half south west qinr.
tor section 20, north west quarter nnd
south half section 32, township 16, ranga
5 c ist,norlh half section 4,nuth east quar
ter and er.st half south wet quartersclioti
1, township 15, range 5 east, containing
17-"0 acres more ci less.
Levied on ns the property of Levi
Noble losatisfy the nhove stated execniinii
and cot of suit. This is one of (he m st
desirable tracts of lmd in tho country lv
ing in n boa'tby region of country. I uill
sell all the right litle interest nnd claim,
that the defendant Levi Noble has in and
to the nbove described trad vf InnJ.
Feb 11, 1810.
J. I). WYATT, Pin ifT
Of Holme county
Dy A. LOMAX,
February 14, 14 tds
Pr. fee 12
Omen Mi-isi-sim Cmos I'axk, )
Lexington, Feb. 13, 1S40.
OTICE is hereby given to thnn in
debted lo the Mississippi Union
liaok, that nn extcntion of 1,2,3,4 and
5 years will lie given on debts imwdue
that institution, nn the following terms:
1. Tiio party nvniling hiinself of this
indulgence, will moitgagc lo the Rmilc
real or pergonal pmperty snflieient in iho
estimation rf tho Directory, to secure iho
ultimate payment of his liability thereto.
2. 20 per centum of the principal nnd
discount on the lemaindcr will be required
to be paid annually.
3. Tho mortgage to be accompanied by
a certificate from a lawver of known learn
ing nnd skill, that tho titles to the properly
of the mortage, are valid and complete
a certificate of nppraiscmrnt from the op
praisrs of tho county within which th
land may lie a certificnto from the clerk
of the Prob ale Court, stating that there is
no mortgage, deed of trust, or other con
veyance, operating ns a lien on said pro
perty; and and a certificate from the clerk
of the United States Courl.nnd r-f the clerk
of tho Circuit Court, together with hi affi
davit that there are no judgments of nny
description whatever, ngainst him, and no
liens whatever on said properly.
4. In estimating iho value ofrcal estate,
regard should be had lo the present con
dition of the country, and no land should
bo considered worth more lhan it will pro
blably bring in cash, if forced to a sale.
It is proper to add to this notice that it
these terms are not embraced at an cirri)'
period, or other satisfactory arrangements
made or debts now due tho Rank, soils will
bo instituted to tho spring, courts for their
recovery. Ry order of the Hoar J,
E. R. GRAYSON, Cashier
The Ynzoo Ranner and Carrollton En
quirer, will givo the above one insertion
and forward their nccount to thi office
Feb 15 14 2wr
THE public aro heteby cautioned
ngainsftaTiing two notes drawn by
me, in favor of James Simmons or order,
dated October Oil), 163D; one payable - in
one year from its dale; the other payable
in two years from its date; eoeh for rj
sum of two hundred and nine dollars ana
interest added, as I have received no con
sideration thereof. They were wrongly
ly delivered to said Simmons by
Oliver of Franklin, contrary tfeenenr,
and without consideration of any kin(J,"na
f kll ..... tl.AfM
Feb 14 11 tds
Ky P. M. FERGUSON, Deputy.
JOHN T. M'GEnEE.
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