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mmmm I t iP% h m &. ■ DH15VV MAHSUIaLK, Editor and Proi rletar. V< »L. I! MACON, JVOXUBKK COrXTV, (MISS.) U i:i)\KSI>AY, OtiV. 19, 1*42. no. 1,4 '1 lie citizens ol Noxubee will '1 lie citizens ol Noxubee county will plea*e take notice of the following Act, pas. ed by the Legislature in 1842. " Ssc. 18. He u further enacted, That much of the ip;t io which this is an amendment as rcstr cts the tax collectors to the first day ni February, as the time when they may desirain and advertise real estate tor sale for taxes due thereon, be, and the same is hereby repealed, and hereafter it shall be lawful jor the tax col lectors to distrain and advertise for sale real ta ute for the taxes due thereon on the filieenth day of Novemb r in each and every year." WATSON C JOINER, Collector, N. C. Miss. so Sept. 24, 1842. Look at thiol H EREAFTER nothing but the Bills^of B.mks actually paying Specie or »iold and Silver will be received in the Sheriff's of fice, unless positively instructed, and the kind of monev specified. JAS. POINDEXTER, Sh'ff. of N. C Macon, Jan. 18,1842.—28-tf. _ ax Collector's Sale. State of Mississippi —Kemper county 1 WILL sell to the highest bidder, at public auction, on the first Monday of Jan uary next, it being the 1st day of said month, betwe« n the hou s of eleven o'clock, A. M., and three o'clock, P. M, in front of the court-house in the town of DeKalb, Kemper county, Mississippi, the following described tracts of lan f, situated in sa.d county, to wit: , The Wt-st half of North West quarter Section Twenty-five Township Nine Range Fourteen East : originally granted to J. T. Abernathy. East half North East quarter, Section Twenty-six Township Nine Range Four teen; originally giantnd to J T. Aber nathy: sold for the amount of taxes due thereon for the year 1841, and the cost and charges. The East hall South East quarter Sec tion Fifteen Township Ten Range Four teen . originally granted to S. Bobo. East half South West quarter Section Thirty Township Ten Range Fourteen; originally granted to S. Bobo. The Wist hall of North East quarter, Section Thirty one Township Nine Range Fourteen: originally granted The Noith West quarter S<ction Thirty-on** Township Ten Range Four teen: originally granted to S. Be bo: sold for the nmo nt of taxes due thereon for the yeai 1841, and the costand charges. The East half of North Wes: quarter Section Nine Township Nine Range Fifteen: originally granted to Thomas Coopwood. The South .East quarter of Section Twemy-eighi Township Twelve Range 8ixte«n: onginally granted to Tl omas Coopwood. The South West quarter Section Twen seven Township Twelve Range Sixteen : originally granted to Thomas Coopwood: Sold for the amount of taxes due thereon for the year 1841, and the cost and charg Mtha! shall have accrued. All of which are their lands. Amour*' >'F Ctoip nnd County 6 00. HENRY C. CRAWFORD, lax Collector Keinper county DeKalb, Sept. 24, 1842. Prs. fee. $45 00. to S. Bobo. ) THE o'i'A'J E OF MISSISSIPPI, t Noxubee County. ) Probates Court, Regular Term, August 1st, 1842. Notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the real Estate of Spencer B. Ryan, to be and personally appear before the Judge of our Probates Court of said County, to be holden on the first Monday in October next, and show cause, if any. why the Court should not grant an order for the Administrator of said deceased to .»ell the following Real E? täte, to wit:-— Lot No. 1. in Block No. 8, in the Town of Mushulaville. Witness, Jno. J. Beauchamp, Judge •f our Slid Court. Issued the 5th day of August, 1842. JNO B. ROBERTS, Clerk. Macon, August 7, 1842.—4 td TRUSTEE'S SALE. Tî Y Virtue of two Deeds of Trust exe cuted by Caleb Joiner to me as Trus* tee, to secure the payment of certain sums of money therein mm, toned: Onp of said Deeds of Trust bearing date the 12th day of April, 1838. and the other bearing dan* the 21st day of November, 1840, 1 will, offer lor Sale, for cash, to the highest bid der, at the residence of the said Caleb Join er, on the 24th day of October next, the following described property, to wit: The West half ol Section 33 in Township 16 Range 19 East, South East quarter of Section 33 Township 16 Rang.* 19 East, West half of the South We t quurter of Section 34, Township 16 Range 19 East, and 315 70-100 acres from the East side. ofSection 4 Township 15 Range 19-East Also, the West half of Section 3 Town ship 15 Range 19 East Also,the follow ing described Slaves, to wit: Freeman, Henry, Long, Taylor, Dick, Martin, Nel son, Allen, Welthy-Ann, Charlotte, Rody, Sidney, Amelia, Nancy and her three chil dren, Amanda, Campbell and Susan, Will, Aggy, Robbin, Ned, Sam, Nancy, Oliver and John; also, all of the increase ofthesaid female .Slaves since the conveyance in said Deeds of Trust. Also, 5 horses, 15 mules. 60 head of Cattle, 150 head of Hogs; al so, all the farming utensils, consuming of Ploughs, Hoes, xes.and »wo Four Horse Waggons, a Mill /or grinding Corn, and th entire crops of Corn and Cotton of the present years growth ; also, all the House hold an t Kitchen Furniture belonging to and in the possession of the said Joiner The titles to the above named property is pnsumed lobe good, but l shall convey such title only as is vested in me said Deeds of Tiust. R. D. BARKER, Trustee. Noxubee County, Miss. 20tli July, 1842. Primer's fee, $35 00 I 3-ts. TRUSTEE S SALE. jD Y Virtue of a certain Deed of Trus*, made and executed by David F Wal ton to me, to secure the payment of certain notes that the said David F. W.lton to Joseph Walker, t will proceed to sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at the resi dence of said David F. Walton, the fob lowing described property, to wit Negro Man, One Negro Woman and two children,onp Bay Mare, one Sorrel Horse and one Yoke of Oxen, Sixteen Head of Cattle, thirty Head of Hogs, Household and Kitchen Furniture Sale to take place on the 20th January, 1843: 1 will make such titles tosuid pro perty that is vested in me as Trustee. GEORGE WALTON, Tru.-tee. July 10th, 1842.—l —6m. ov\ es < hie TRUST SALE. T3 Y Virtue of a Deed m Trust, execu ted on the 2nd day of'fitly, A. IX 1840, by \bner L. Maim, to one Raleigh W hite, since deceased, to secure the pay ment of a certain sum of money therein specified, to Lli t ». Lnrnnis mid Edgar Loomis, wherein I have been app inied Trustee, by order of the Hon. the Cireu t Court of Noxubee County, I shall, the 221 day of February, A. I). 1843, sell for cash, at the Court-House door in the Town ot Mac. n, the following tract or parcel of Land, lying in the County of Noxubee, and State of Mississippi, known and designsted »in the survey of Public Lands, as the Smith East quarter of Sec tion Number Twenty-Seven, in Township Number Thirteen North, of Range Num ber Eighteen East; containing by est tion 147 6-100 acres, toge her with all the improvements thereon. Such title as is vested in me, as afore said, will be conveyed. ARTHUR SLAUGHTER, Trustee. on una August 16, A. D. 1842. Printer's fee, $40 50 T f'ST SALE- -BY virtue of a Deed in Trust executed to me as Tius t«e on the 13th day of August, 1840, tose cure the payment of certain notes therein memtoned and described, which Deed is duly recoided in the proper office of Nox ubee County, State of Mississippi, I as Trustee, will offer for sale, and sell lor rash at the Court-house door of JVoxubee County, Mississippi, on the 20th day ol October, 1842, the following described property, to wit: The East half of South west quarter and the West liait of South east quarter of Section 17, Taw.lship 14 North, Range 18 E:st: The East half ot Southeast quarter, and West half of South <ast quarter of .Section 18, Township 14 .Vorth, Ra ge 18 East. The iVorheast quarter nod Lots 3, 6, 9, 10.11,12, 13,14, 15 and 16, in Section 19, Township 14 /Vorth, Range 18 East The Erst half of Mmtnvest quarter of Section 20, Town Ship 14 iVorth, Range 18 East. Such title as is vested in me by the said deed will be conveyed to the purchaser, a d no other STEPHE.V COCKE, Trustee. April 20, 1842.—41 6m. | _Printer's fee, $40 50 A DM I N I STRÄTOR S NOTH E. 'pilE :mde rsigued having been appoint ed by the Hon Probate Court of Nox ubee County, State of Mississippi, Admin istrator on the Estate of Matthew Lynn, deceas'd All persons holding claims against said decedent, are noti ed to pre sent them properly authenticated in the time prescribed by law or they will be barred. And all indebted are requested to make immediate payment. SAMUEL SHAW, Adin T r. of said Estate. Cooksville, Sept. 10, 1842.—9—6w. • NOTICE. F OST nr mi-laid, the following hôtes, one on David Buck, dated the 26th «•f J'»ne, 1842, and payable to I T. W'lii ams, it hearer, on the In of December for $62; urn* on Col. R. Ruth, dated 28th ol April, 1842, payable the 1st of December, 1842, to John J and N. G. Williams, for $75, one also on B Dawson, dated the 1-tof April, 1842, payable 1st December, 1842, to John J. and N. G. Williams, for $90. he public are cautioned not to trade forth above notes, as they are void, except, D. Buck's N G WILLIAMS. Ma on, Sept. 10, 1842—9—4t. TAX COLLECTOR'» SAM. State of Mississippi,—Noxubee County. I Wi I sell o the highest bidder, ni publie anciion, on Monday, the I5ifi day of January, A. D , 1843, b -tween the haursof leven o'clock, a. in., and three oVio k, p. m., in front of the couri-hou<e door in ihe town of M con, Noxu bee county, Miss., the following described tract ot land, siiuaie in said couuiy, to wicnotrh half ofe st halt norih eaS' quarter section 34 town ship 15 range 16, containing80 acres; assessed as the proper!v of Albert G Hayn- s, aud origi nally grained to him ; od lor the amount of taxes line thereon for the year 1841, and the cost and charges that shall have accru'd.—A mount of taxes due 27 rents. October 15, 1818 W c JOINER, A & C , « » MOBILE AND GAINESVILLE PAC ET. The fine and fast running Steamboat HUGH L. WHITE, M. Qua rrier, mas ter. will commence her regular tiips, an I will leave Mobile ever* (Saturday, at 5 o'clock, p. m., and arive at Gainesville every wonday morning, ville ev ry Monday evening, and arrive at Mobi e every Thursday morning, fneghtor passage, having superior accom modations, apply on board, or to B. H FRY. 89, commerce, & 88 Front sts. Mobile, sept, 13,1843.—12 2m . J. COLLIER FOSTFIL Attorney cf- Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery. MACON, (MISS.) Macon, Aug. 20, 1842. Leave Gaines Ft r TRUSTEE'S SAL& T>Y Virtue of » Deed of Trust to m# executed by John Gordan, for certain purpose? therein named, and records! in book B, pages 338,339 and 340, in the of fice ofthe v lerk of the i robate coart of NoKubee county, I will expose to publik sale io the highest bidder for cash, Ö» Monday, 17 th day o) October, 1842. The following described Lots or Parcels of Land, to wit Lots 1, 8, 9, 2, 7,' 10, 16 16, 17, 18, 23,and 24, Section Fifre, Town ship Sixteen, North of Rangq<Nineteen East. Also, Lots 1, 8.2, 7, .I2, |3, 11, and 14, of Section Six, satqe Township and Range: Also, South-West quarter of Section Thirty-two, Township Sèvehtéeo North, Range Nineteen East, .(together with all appurtenances,) containing, .800 *cres, more or less, in Noxubee county. X will convey such title only as is vested in me as Trustee. 1 1 "'! • • T: R WOOLDRIDGE; .. 'trustee, Macon, Sept. 10,1842—9-rnts.. PQSTPONEMÈi fc " | The sale ofthe above descri is potponed until Monday, the 7th day of November next. THO'S. B. IFoOLRIDGE Trustee I probity oct. 19—14—Id prs fee $10 A D.V1INISTRATOR'S SALÉ YU 1LL , be .sold on Monday, t-hn ,17th " day of October next,' under an or der of thé Probate? Court of ox ubee County/' before the Codh-Hôuse idtiof in the Town of Macon, the East half of thp North East quarter of Section Thirty-Six of Township Sixteen of Range Sixteen East, be onging to the Estate of William Cockrell, decea ed. Terms on the day. WILLIAM H. SMITH, Administrator de bonis noq of William Cockrell, dec'd. . Macon, Sept. 6. 1842 —9—ts. A DM IN la 1 RATURS NOTICE. r PHE undersigned having been appoint ed by the Hon. Probate Court o Noxubee County, Miss., Admmistintrix the Estate of Samuel D. Jackson, dec'd. All persous having claims against said decedent, are uoiified to present them duly authenticated in the time prescribed by law, or they wilt be forever bared, and all persons indebted are iopeskd to come forward and make payment. JANE È. JACKSON, Adm'x. on the Estate of Sam'l. D. Jackson, dec'd Sept. 5. 1842 —9—6w*. on NOTICE. T ETTERS of Administration on the Estate of Charles Ferguson, late of Noxubee County, deceased, having been granted, to the undersigned 'by the Hon. Probate Court of Noxubee County. Mss., On the 2J inst. All persons there! re hav ing cl aims against sa.d Estate me hereby notified to present them duly am on -cated within the time presntbed y law q they will be barred, and those who are mdebt ed to the Estate are requested to make un mediate payment. THOMAS HAYNES; S. S KELLY, Aug 16th, 1842—6-tf. i Adm* A DM I N ISTR ATOR'S NOTICE. State of Mississippi—K emper County. Notice is herebt/ given t , all persons in terested in. the Estate of Allen Pope deceased, . e ' HHIA I' 1 will, at the n<*xt regular Term , 'ho Probate» Court of Kemper C unty, to be holden on the first Monday of October next, make appl,cation to said Court for an order to sell t| le following ' described Lands, to wit: The East half of South Last qoa.ter of Section 25 Town t l,, P *A 18 East: and the West haif of South List quarter of Section 25 , township 12 Range 18 East i I A W t l^ Y M Pop E, Adm'r. July 4, 1842—4-2m» Printer's fee, $10.