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3 5 ' r r.i. 7;.'" '.7 art t rc ill!' Iliniit Court at Holly Mississippi f the1 S rins. ,..c I, Monday of August IGU tali: it'S Jr. Catling mailers oi una , V!I ,'Arin" to the satisfaction of ; William A. Williams, Alexander 11. Poston, . , r,r.r. W l 1 It1'"''' "m niiaiii .'kjj j ,t!u' state of Mississippi, .;.,;boyond the limits thcreol, bo i " nC ll!s cniirt ,,- riuIKU IMUCUSS ill H"-1 served on them, and hat the i ,!li mill JLl- i , osuui vjiuespiu u--c u, i ::r dee'd, defendants thereto, ','aown to the romplamants:-- ; i , i i mi ess the re it is ordeml t" .... i-im A. Wiliams, jonn .-imi-. .i n.in fnlin II. Poston, I 1 1 If CI ll'lll I" N3,u Siodtrart,andthc unknown ilC sjid Josian ouipu auu ..niinnr bilorn the r,,t:cr uccu, r i' - . & " ii... ilin rfnrt pimm in il.. hrcl MntlllflV f) .fHirs, 1)11 1 1 in--" y . rot, and plead, answer or j -piamant's Hill, the sever- ; .1 -..f na t.- ilium, will ,r confessed, and such order , made thereon as shall ap ; ;iVe and just. ; . iriucr urucu vi maw .jt CI''- KNIGHTS OF T1IK 3-33 (SEE A TRADITIONARY OK THE ;ot:ui?i-iivr h:vtky OF Till: OLD DOMAIN. j;V .lUVin" Tlic Cavaliers J . C' UMiLKS VANCV has the pleasure of informing tl Southern public hat ho will issno Trom his Tress in West Wetumpkii, Ah, in a few weeks, the above named Novel, by a dist'm iruislicd author residing in the .State of (Jeorgia. ThcKnights of the Horse Shoe w ill jo issued in Pamphlet form, 2 vols , 2o pages, or more, each. Price 75 cts. per single copy 9 copies for $2, 00; 20 copies for 10. Letters bj mail, post paid, enclosing the money, will receive prompt atten tion. Address CU. MILKS YAXCV, Wetumpka Ala. NVqlutnpka, Ala., July 15, 1845 The Stale of Mississippi,) Pkouate Tallahatchie county. Court, August term 1815. THI'i Probate court of said county at the term aforesaid having granted to the undersigned, Letters of Admin istration on the ."estate of William Falkner dccM. This is therefore, to notify all person-s indebted to said es tate, to make immediate payment; and The State of Mississippi) Probate Tallahatchie county Court August term 18 15. Till'. Pobale court of said county hav ing granted to the undersigned Letters of administ ration of the estate of John Sutton decM: This is there fore, to notify all persons indebted to said estate, to make immediate pay ment; and all persons having claims against said estate, to present them to me duly authenticated within the time prescribe 1 by law, or they will be for ever barred. JAMHS BUCKLEY admV of John Sutton decJ. Charleston aug 11 1815. 31 Gw A 1) MINIS Til A TO IV S NO TICE. Letters of administration having been granted to the tindersigened, on the Ins tate of ICli South, deceased, at the Octo ber term, A. 1). 1841 of the Probate court of Panola county this therefore is to notify nil persons indebted to said Estate to come forward immediately and make payment. And those having claims against said estate, will present the sainc.dulv authenticated, to ihe subscri ber, within the time limited b. law., or this notice will be plead as a bar to the recovery ol the same. -36-Gw IllRAM RHODES, Adm'r all persons having claims ajrainst said e inserted in "The Lynx1' j estate, must present them to the under- Mished in the town ol : signed duly authenticated within the time prescribed by law, or they will be forever barred. J. T.'M. DUKE, Administrator of Wm Falkner decM. Charleston Auc 1 1 1815.- 31 Gw i . i a wcck lor Clerk. I ililC is;pui, once J MES C. Al.PKUSON, 1;ri; r of u.ill. That on the 1 1th Decmber lU,n of Talbot Jones v!v co., of Ji'hn Jones, since dee'd, fav.uil. recovered a judgment . . n:. ..;i f .Vi d . !'..('S I'iSlriCi voiiii, iui J ), t rict ot. Mississippi, a- j Ian' J lion Allison lor ib'J-l t ii:i'i'lamigcs besides cos's, tiic IGtli October, only a prior to the . recovery of sa',d Allison, fraudulent- lilC rXCCaUOU Ol Ulli.- aann . jmaent by a preteiuhid lo Asa Love, of nil the property ' Ik" rein named, h.d previously, to ellect cct, smuggled oiV and con oas, the said propertj to ihe benefit of cerfai.ii real edi'ors therein named. r debts, uame.1 and pre- . , 1 by said deed, is . 1 ;is being due to the Mis , ,j r.unk for S J000 upon e. i..o s iid Allison fc John B ii s o 1 v c ii t i o I i c c . The State of Mississippi) Prolate Panola CounXy. Court j March Term 1845. S Jv. tho undersigned Commission- i rs ol Jnssolvencv on t ie estate of Edward M. llaile deceased, (r eiU seuted insolvent) appointed by said Court at the term aforesaid, will meet at the office of Ilarriso'n ew; Vance on the third Monday in each month, to exam ine, audit, and. settle the claims for and aginst "said estate. All persons holding claims against said estate, will present them within the time prescribed by law. JAMES PACKER. ) WILLIAM RaKEY.V Cqm'rs A. J. I10LCOM15E. ) 1 0 G-m PETERSON'S LADIES' National JMxigaz'xnc. MAGNIFICENT VOLUME FOR 1313. Elitf.d by Mrs. AnnS. Stephens Tlia Lndie-' National Mngazinc, is now well esmblislietl and ho favorably known, ilmt, by f-nncral consent of the ne.vspnpcr pros?, it is iilnee'1 at the HEAD OF "HIE LADIES' HOOKS. Iti litsrarp contets, like tiifsne of ths three dol lar Mngrziness, are ull original, and from t!ie most celeljrate.l American writers of both sexes. The contributions to this j eriodicnl n.e a con stant proof of the tate, and ability of our be loved countrywomen. No other mngazine is so exclusively a mirror of their mind", oris so gen erally supported by tliem. The contents are of every variety, and while usua'ly of tiie lighter kind, do not preclude the insertion of papers of mor valn3. Fitted alike to the boudoir and the fireeidc, the "Ladies National," presonts monthly an agreeable variety of domestic sketch- R A LIST OFLLITI KS EM AIMING in the Post-OiT.ee at Panola, an the 1st day of October, !ii:MOYFil ROT FA 15. Dr. 1 1 oixom be hav.ing removed his family to the Sinners' Camp (J round. 8. miles east of Panola, hopes his for-j ttti i mer patrons and an otners wno may wish his professional services will soon learn where to apply. F IS A X E i R 2 o i: s i: ill cm pi) is, 2Tcun. just hrlow Kxelian?e i-t Front ion square, . GEORGE IV. 11 El) FORD. ( r.ATi OF THE PLANTER SlIOrSF..) en the ai'f till' 1 iH recunlU'S on y tor who n jirircipal. said Allison appa- of said deed, so ,nv. is not to -;ecu rv same 'o said Bank i ! Rnyburn molested cvoniit th.ereof, that TERMS Hoard for nia.i p?r year witli l lina; S;i00l)i i)oa.-i f.ir man per year without Lodiii 1 ;"' tl'd Hoard for ma 1 p; r mi):n!i with Lodin 'd 'Id Ho ird l"ir 111:1,1 p ?r nr:i:'i witlio it ol;ing l.")()0 Mai yov i!;iv - -- -- -- - I'll;! Mi 1 p?r w''k - . (iOi) For 1 1 i:i :) ;i.i I lu:r.', Supper, Lodtriii:!, a;id Hreak- r.i;t " - - - i'-: l' or mrtn an 1 hoi vi er day - - - - 1 (1 ------- ii j i. le 11 1 2 : I . Ooli I'll 111!. ave 1- ; 1 b side ra: ion moving iosr.il Mlison. and ! in o'ber resnrcts. , so far as regard I t the principal I and amply a j 1 1 ! . . I rca-J v ouu. m no 1 .-"ili-'y-- rirrrfr '-Si JAILORS' XL) TICE. ROTICF. order 6f j the Major G'enei al of the Fifth Division of the Missis sippi, art elec tion will be held at the se veral precincts in the Gist Re giment, (em bracing the south side of the Tallahatchie river in Panola county) on tho first Monday and day following in November next, to elect a Brigadier-General for the se cond Brigade of said Dragoons. Notice is also hereby given that an election will be held at the same time to elect a Colonel, Lieutenant and Ma jor of the Gist Regiment, M. M., com priii) the same district as above. L5v order, 0. MILLER, ' .- Cot.Com'dt Gist Reg"t M. M. 39. te. Administrator's Notice. AGREEABLY to an order of the lion Probate Court of Panola county Mi. made at the October Term thereof A. D. 101 1 I ,rill nc Arl mmist rntnr ilt linnis. lo ... . . vi-T ,i fi..i,;nn,lil lifp. rfimnncfH of bietoiv. non of the Estate ol Sarah IIarr.son,de-, T" t ; VV 0"n .authors, new rV- ceipts for tho hr,ae-keen?r, directions for fash-oihl-i embroidery, descriptions of the fashions, "ossip sf oar eastern metropolis, musical intelli gence, &c, ic, comprisi-g, in shorl," all that a lady wo.ild wish to know o objects of interest transpiring during the month. These contents, instead of being, like those of the other two d:ltar magazines, make up chiefly by selections from old newspapers and other sec ond hand sources, arc written, expressly for us ; fto t3nt onr CONTENTS ARE ALL ORIGINAL. Asa guarantee of the style in which the litera ry .l.mrnnsntn conJnct'-jd, the publisher has placed the editorial charge otihs magazine 111 the hands of Mrs. Ana S. Stephens, acknowledged by all critics to be, the best magazine irrdrr in the world. Those who have read her thrilling stories of '-Alice Copley," "Malina Cray," "Ann Tavlor," and "Clara," need no proof of hor rvaltPi"! ..renins. She will ba assisted by the Allen Thomas 2. Acker L. C. 1 . Bishop Elnnza 1 Brooks W P 1 Burred Buller 1 Bryan R W 2 Buckner Daniel 2 Camp P 2 Ci ay a William 1 Dickens S. B 2 D'.ckens Wm Escuc John Anderson b. Armstrong Sarn'l A N Brill L Bibop 1 David 1 Bonds gaml I Bryan J C 1 Bavs A R 1 rr-nsod. nrescnt mv accounts for final settlement and allowance, at the Decem ber Term A. D. 1844 of sa;d Court; All persons interested are hereby no tified to attend and show cause if any thev have, why final' settlement and al lowance should not be made. LUDY COTIIEN Mr. de bonis non of Sarah Harrison deed. 33 Gw. 1 1 CO M M E R C I A Memihis Tennessee it y THOMAS G. JOHNSON (LATE OF TH3 EXCHANGE HOTEL ) This new and splendid House, with new furniture throughout, is now open cd. THE CO M M EuC I A L . HOTEL is situated in the centre of the buisness part of the city, near the Steam Boat Landing, in Andrews1 fine block of buildings. The proprietor pledges him self to be excelled by no one, in his accomtnodatiens. Memphis Jan. 2.9 1845 C Gin. Farmer Cardy Flonernay J E C D D F Case! burg D. J 1 Camp M G 1 Dickens C 1 Qainey Wm 1 Evins S W Furgerson J B Ferrel John Farly R M G Gilson A E Gilp William Gillenwater Graham Cclvin B II Grayson Daniel Gregory James Gwin Wm Gandy O Hunt & Co -Hurd W S Henshaw Isaac 1! 1, no a i r":wcd to i S committed t lie Jail of Pa no bi county, Mr, on tht 20ih dav Of Septeai her 1043, by John Ii. .Montomerv, of Tal lahatchie county, Mi., a negro man caHinif his name Henderson, and says he belongs to Rimer Xnit. of Hinds co . Mississippi. The said negro is hoout o (:et 3 inches Jn ln.'igh-t, of a dark fo!mv bn.'ivv sot. frof when snn!;nn to. Mv. Imi, vent. miiilV! : ' . . 1 , i he is about 2o years ol a?e no marl; nor scars percuivablo The above ocgroe were in compa ny, were well provided with cooking utensils; and had plenty of clothing with i , . 1 n mni P 0 V me w it- i I in,' m o ntui uu j (-.viitj tivinii.. The owner ot said negrcre is requested that the certificate of I to come forward prove property ami ., ' .' r.t cnr-li as i take him awav, or he will be dealt j.i.cr respucia, -7 1 ---- . . re iuires for admission to re-1 v.ith' asthc law directs, said deed was improperly i . W. W. SMITH, Shff. ; record and operates its no j . i"?:Lr; l.en oi said Judgment, upon -v 1 herein named, that nof- 'tjirnnerty pretended to lie con : ETTERS Testamentary on the es-t'sa-i ,iccd n a section of land r L 'ate of George. Ajcxahder, cleil, Scribed, having about 1G0 ft- j having, been granted lo'tne undersign Hwi h valuable impro.vemets j ed-by the Hon. Probate Court of Pano- rr, . 1. 1 1 ... . . 1. C . I . 4 IOi: pn.lrtnt .ove tnc l rusico, in uountv, at me nt; huiduui icim io-u, hereby given ebt i!ira is tation'- Ivwing been lor who ; li-.-i.ts ii.cn1 loni.-o iu f.nu U'cit since th- execution i, If. that Josiah Gillespie, 'ii' s-esto said deed, is one Mrs 1 he rein named, that, dt d was made by the wit- H''T OUl OUt: 01 in-1 i" i EXiCCUTOK'S-N-QTICE. Notice. i 1 DAM LITTLE, administrator of j the csiaic of Silas Little deceased,.' has filed his accounts at the June term of the Irobate Court of Panola county, j for a final settlement of said estate, at j Aucut icrm 1845, of said Court. ALL persons interested, are hereby j reijuired lo attend, on said- day and j show cause if aiy '.hey intve. why such ual .-.ettleiTieiit and alloT;uice f said ; accounts shall not be made. ADAM -LITTLE, Admr. j 23-G-w. ! 1 KIWI MOVING. i I HAVE moved from Ma n street to I the corner of Front Row and Mon-j roc street, .opposite rheteam-boat land.. UiX. where T -shnll be pleased to see my j old friends, and the public in general.- j My house 1s new and comfortable, and j I have a. large brick stable convenient,! with a. first rate Ostler. My hills will ; remain as they have. been; that is, fj Han and horse, per day - - 1 $1 30 Supper, bird and breakfast., - - 1 25 I would say to my old trienus, anu any oncele wishing to stop with me, 1 hat my house is built oi brie'-, and fire proof. . Jt M." FLETCIIOR. 'July lt., r845. . 25-4t. Aminislrators Notice. S0I1N .11. WATSON and tJERR0D E. KERRY, having qualified at the June term lC45,.of the Probate Court of Panola county Mississippi, as admin istrators" of the estate of Thoinos W. Watson deceased. Notice is hereby given to all Ipersons .indebted to said es tate, to tcome forward and "make imme diate payment, and persons having claims against said estate, are notified to present them to the undci signed duly authenticated w ithin the .time prescrib ed by law, or they w ill be forever bar red. JOHN II. WATSOM, J RRROD E. KERBV, 23-G vs. Ad ins. I X S O L V E X T - X OTIC lv THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI PANOLA COUNTY. Probate Crfurt April Term 1845. We the tin lersigned Commissioners of insolvency, appointed by: the Hon. Probate Court cl said county, at the term aforesaid, oji the Estate of S Wood deceased; will meet at the oific of Harrison & Vance in tho town c Panola, 011 i he third Monday in eac'.. month, for six successive months, to ex amine and audit the claims against said Estate, as is required by law. All claims must be pro-cn'el within the time prescribed by la-w, or they j will be forever barred. O. HARRISON) , C. F. YANCE Coin's. ! Wm. RANEY) Panola Mississippi; April 2Gth 1815. Gm. 1. HE unJersigved, Admis! rat or o the Estat ofZiiViry, W. Tait.de .ceased, haying, at the January. lerm LA. D- 1845 f the-Probate Court of I'a- nola oounty, filed iHSficcounts for final settlement at the March Term A. D. . r G T B V rERSOXS indeJ)led to this office, who t- WJ .... strongest corps of contributors ever yet nrray.-Ki in the constant support of any ladies' M agazine At the head of this list is .Mrs. i.yoia 11. .-is-ournev, who will, hereafter, be a rmr.lar dontnb uior, both in poetry and prose. he will ba as isted by Mrs II. F. Kllett, Mrs A. M. F. Annan,- Mrs F. S. Os-roodj Mrs 1,. .1 . Peitson, Mrs. M. St, I.eoa Loud Mrs. Ann S. Stephens, Mrs. 1 W. li. CiQthei, Mrs Amelia Wcihy, Mrs C. I.ce Menu. Mrs. Sebn Smith, F. F. F." Author of "Marri;" of Coiivcmencd Miss M. f,. Laivsoii, Mr- Caroline Ume, .Miss .Vary Davenant, Iiss Fllen Ashton, vV.. Durins the ensuing year, a new feature will be introduced, in ths publication of a series ol TALES OF AMERICAN lilsTORV, illn-aratUe of the manners and stirring incidents of different periods in onr country's history. The fust of these, a story of the revolution, from tin pen of "The Author of crvishigin the Last JTa." will appear in J amiary, and be followed up by articles of equal interest, Irom II. W. Her bert, and others of our best writers. Theeritiral po. traits of female poets will still be contiiued, and stories of a domestic character, from the well known pensof.Vrs, Annan, F. F. F.,an 1 Fllen Vhson. will continually appear. (Jkk.vt Frs.k PicTUiins. In order that the ";.. -,nl,lt.nnrtinent may stand first in the coun try, the publisher intends publishing, in January and February, two superb premium pictures, far s iperior Many yet ltsuett la un hhi-.ia.u.-i. The firs; A MEZZOTINT BY SARTIN, will appear in January, and ha confessedly iioi--er been equalled bvthnt iniuritable art. St. 1 ha Pcond. to appear in lVbruary, is the last of a se ries of ureal historical picuue, wleh to niam ain the national character ofliis work the pub lisher has projecsed. These are intended to il lustrate greareventi.l American annals, especial ly those in winch women hunre.l. The first is a MEZZOTINT OF VaSII1XC;TO.V AT lt! Ensraved from a picture njver before madw pub lic.3 This feature will make the Look vnrqualrd, it a id those wlio wish to sec.lrs the whole seres nii-tsend their inoney e'arly. W here stale, what is undeniable, that during icll, we pu! lishnd .Mf.xzotints oktf.ner than any Kivai., and shall continue' to do .so for lc4.. Those .vim subscribe to the Xationa." will get these I unequalled eoravinss oftener than in ti- other bo k. I'ot November, December, January and February, we already have issued, or intend to issu', mi unbroken 'serie-i of Viesa plates. If ho rise has d nr or ran ho lite ra ."; (iallery ol l!caut Th3 Iallery of America-. H.-auty ,,r! a feature of this book, in which ill constantly ap pear portraits of the yiost beautiful of the sez. Another clia racteri-tic wrll.be AMERICAN LANDSCAPES, Tin other illustrations JsWall tie ci:ted by distinguished either for pictueresqn'e beauty, ot (or Historical associations. The osher illustratations sli-ill be executed by tee first Amerienii Artists, and be in erery va riety an lfitvle, viz; Line and S tipple Enzra-rink-f; Colored Howt rx and Jlirdi; Lace Hot;'; anil En!jroih:n. Pictures credited in Tinlr, (I'tirre's Superb l)-rsigns, &c In short evory variety oi cmneni.-niin m-, r.xi Harris J V2 Mightowrr James Hunter-Vm Harris Martha J Joyner B II 2 Jsckson Vt: son Iv Ktley G V 1 is La van a Mr M Murrcl J F McCee Miles Malelev Jackson S McEall Andrew N Neal Mc M. Nickol Wm O Oliver Col V P Peterson Win R Love Aea McKinney Ira McGeehee J 6' AL-Gee John Robinson J Russcl Wm Register lditor Ru'fiinJ M Russei G.G Reynolds J Rudin M G Rhorer G D Rupe William S Straiton ?dr S Smith W M Shanirye Mary Ci Siminons Peter Suggs J VV V Yance E Q W Wallace R W Williamson W W Wall Judith J Wall Joel A Wood Mrs Rainy Wright .lerron P. M. Williams .1 P, W right Anthony Wright Mr Woods David William E P .Wrich S Ii JAMES PACKER Ponota Mi., Oct. Jst, 1015. 1gRS. N. PATTON'S School for gfg vonng ladie-s will o)fii at I'anoln on .the 20lb of OiVolVer lif.xt. TERMS 1 r.H SESMPX OF FIVE JIoNTII; Orthography, reading and writing, . Geography, Arithmetic and English Grammar, Nat. Philosophy, Chemistry, History, and Composition, As trcnomy, - Relics Lettres, or either of them For Drawing, Painting, Embridery and Needle wor an extra charfre of s lo.oa 1 o wdaAeiy into possession tlicrc- K.as occupied and enjoyeu tno 'cr 'mee ve execution of said Icr an agreement io py rcnt ut ihe rate of S3 50 per acre, i'.o look possession of all tjio :';.;ic rty in said deed specifi er with all the crop of the "e year 1 830, raised by said ch he was to diposc of a-nd r as trustee, that the vvhcle rM)ts mentioned in said deed, -of 2000, io the M ississippi is between $ 1 100 and- $ 1 5 J which are already pid. 'Rot the honest and bonaf.de I said Allison, to secure the ii'' tiebts, mentioned in sail; o delay, hinder and defraud; -'-litors one of whom is com- i That said deed of trust bo j null and void tind of no df- j side, so that complainant of said Court, notice is to all persons indebted to said estate to come forward and make immediate payment; -ami all persons leaving claims against said estate; will, present the same duly authenticated 'to the suscri' bea within the period prescribed by low, or thev will be barred. CHARLES T. ALEXANDER GEORGE L. ALEXANDER, Extcutorsw( 3G...6't. . . . '1 ii m o I r c ii t Wo lice. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI Panola count v. Probate'Court, September Term, 1045 if E, the undersigned Commissioners ff of insolvency, on the estate or Thomas W. Watson, decAI, represent-, ed insolvent, appointed by snid Court at the Term "aforesaid, will meet al the office of C. F. -Curtis on the third Monday in each month, to examine, vndit. and settle the claims lor anu a i now pay up immediately, inay.ex-j saijTcrm of Court, and show cause if pect to be shortly visited by a ionia blc. Publisher of the Register 231014. oi saia vouri: !-,rtd h.ih.Uci nrtUt. dmll roiumaa to crnce Notice IS herebv tveil to all persons i ollr book. We shall be the first to seize the nov- intcre.sted.in said Estap, to attend at cities of the Jay! Sept. NOTICE. . ; TO. ALL persons interested in the lands, tenotnanls aJad.heriditiiTrtnts ol'E. H. Garrett, dead, the' East i of Section 23,: Towrishrp 9, of Ranged Wesl, you are hereby cited to be and personally appear ' before the PrUato Court of Pano'a County, to be held at tiie Court-house thereof, on the 3d Mon- f day of September next then and mere 10 Shaw cause n any you can, order should not be made to sell the a bove discribed land, in pursuance to the petition of Asa Love, administrator or he Estate of said E. II. Garrrett, dco d. Witness the Hon. J. T. BUR BR AGE, Judo-e of the Probate Court of said coun ty. The 3M Monday of July, A. D. J045. ' 23. 3w i any they have, yhy final settlertierit and alhowance of said accounts should not ihenbe made. - JAMES. KUFF1N. Adtrfr ! of the Estate of 2umry W. Tait de ceased. January 23, 1845 3 Gw. creditors may stand upon , ;nsl said estate.. "Uinrr. rind hi iiul mnpnut . 4V T r,!.-i. i i ... i ; r it i uLieu cuur.st, nut ii "i 'riliat said deed is not frati-j rifditsof oomnlainant, ' defective, and thai thei Vi,u have its full force and j ii''l,ier as to all the debts hi v. w.. smu ii, C. F. CURTIS, S. B. M'KEE, .36: CO Cm Jnsolvent'Notic.a THE S TATE OF MISSISSIPPI, '-'(J. fir vibrMl.o.. r.ilvr :s to i t a VilT. V (( F T V . I'robati t)u;x, U S2000, then that said ' ' . i Jne Terrl 1815, r'ls;, he decreed to execute j QrviUe- Harrison and" L. C. Lelarrti, 'selling all ol said proper-j Commissioners of Insolvency on thees 5'n8n id including said Und tate of. Jeremiah B. Ward, deceased, aiJ discharge said debts, will meet at the office of Harrison and ;?r(ydsofsaid sale, and pay i Ynce. on the 3d-Monday in each Month, utmay be left, to satis; ! t0 examine,- audit,. and settle the claims 0tnptainant iud.rincnt. and - f,ir and .against said estate. relief. I 0RV1LLEHABH1S3N, Coir;s. Jau n .... r- 7.N I. r. LELAND. f Notice; ' Iibcri Powers, Administrator of h ' Estate of John Pwwers, deceased, ha: filed his accounts -at "the August Terr, of the Pi obale Court tf Tajlahatchu county, for final settlement of said- Es. tale at the November Term, 1344 o : said Court. : . Notice is Vierebv givqn to all interest ed to attend and show cause, if any the; can why final settleiMent and dllowanci nf s accounts should not be made. ofsaKl aeuQnRRT f OWERS, AHm ' " of John Powers, deceased: NOTICE. TIIE undersigned, .Administrator of the l.stato of George." W. TerryS -deceased, "having, at tlia Janui-ay Term A. I) 1845 of i lit; Probate Court of Panola county, fi-lod his account.s To'r. final settlement at the IVIa'rch Term A. P.. I 1845 of said Court: , Notice is hereby given to aM persons interested in.said Instate, to attend at said Term oi Court, and show cause, if any they have, why.final settlement and allowance of said accounts should not tben be made ROBERT. W. BR All AM. Adm'r of ihe Estate of Geo. W. Terry deed. Januarv 25, 1845 3 Gw.- a IlC undersigned hav.ing permanent- ly located niinseu nv mis place, is prepared to execute air work in his line, on" the shortest notice, and in the most complete and durable manner. His Shop is on the main street lea-din"- from the public square to the river, where licmay be found at all times." Panola, Mi. Jayi 18 1845. 2-J Gw WM. E. FARMER. PARIS FASHIONS IN ADVANCE. As elegance tiftd economy in dress are equally desirable, we offer great, inducements . to 'country .leaders, in onr monthly descriptions of the fash ions, accompanied by ovir "cb.orcd plate, which wc give at least, two months in advance of eve ry cotemporary, being enabled to dn this from correspondents" in London and Paris. So coni-pl3telyha-8 we .outstripped all iivalry in this point," that the othe magazines npw only occa sionally famish the fashions. Hut as long as raste irt dress fs desirable, patterns of the latest costumes will bs i.idesperiiible to tiie' sez, fn or der te iiwp the rim'of t!ie changes in dress. Hut in order that other illustrations may not have to giye place for them, we shall publish Our Fashion' Plates Extra, That is we shall give as many embrllishnnients as any other two dollar magazins a'iid t!ie fash o:i plata besides! And in order that our lady snhscribers may be acquaintsd with the novelties of the day, wc shall publish, as soo t a3 thay comnnut, in oar "Horns Departmsar,'" newrsseipts in Cookery, nrw stybs in Fmbroidery, new patta.s lot l-ace Work &,c, TIIE TERMS. The Cash sysnm adopted and inain.ained by the publishsr, enables him to otfer a . Vagazine, in every respect- eq ial to the old three dollar magazines at one-third less cost. Th-j prici of Person's National is therefor o!y TWO DOLLARS per annum, cash, in ad van.:e. TO CLUBS 'In order to. facilitate remittan .REFERENCED Mac CARBRY, ' i -.S. IF. CARR. E. JV. HOWARD, Dr. H. N. EDMONDS, ) Mj. .7. iY. HARPER, i STERN SIMMONS, ) F. A. TYLER, Est, Vj. E.STONE. September 20th, 1815. ( 3,00 Cofecilc. Gn liada Prcslon" Vanol 3d. Just Printed, FINE lot of Warrants, Executions V &c. for sale very cheap. Just printsVl afin lot of watrnnM a ex.i T Ib o4sii a s B. Tin r n c r, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will practice in the Circuit Courts Panola, -Tallahatchie, Yalobusha, Lafayette Marshall and Desoto counties the Chancery Court t Holly Springs, and the Federal court at Pontotoc. ces. irom nosi- agent, the publisher oflrs the follow ing tarmsco: parsons disposed to club, viz. 1 copy S2,')0 per annum . 3 conies' S-V'o t'Cr annum . copies, JsH),0y "per aamiia, I? copies 2.').0!) per annum For S 'vl'i rv "ill send oris copy of th5 Satiir. day Courier and two copies of rhe."NationaI.' This money must be current fund, and sen post paid in advance. - PREMIUMS. ; To every Postmaster, cr o her person pettmg upacliiu,weMiMiiiiuo. .i.iitj... ' . anvofthe new novels! Fur every .52,00 nb soriber we will send, ifmpiired, a new- nnvel. Or for every Club of 1 7, or r.vo CIabs-fr8, .or for Clubs of 3, we will foJ a copy of t!i3 3Jagaznu? cratis for one year. Adwrsss, c:4ari.ks j,iT;n;i:so.N. t-t')wns Wiiere there is no local CALVIN MILLER, Attorney and eoiinsc llor'at Ratv Will practice' in the Circuit -Courts of the 8th Judicial District and the Circuit Court of Tallahr.tchie County; in the District Chancery Court at Ilol ly Springs, the Federal Court .at -Pontotoc, and the "High Court oi Errors and appeals at Jackson. ... Office in Panola. 3-1 2m 'Sew (woods, IN MEMPHIS. & S. MARTIN o.-lavmg re mov ed from FRONT ROV, to the corner or MAlN & MADISON streets; where they are now receiving and openiner, a large and desirable stock of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, which will be sold for ash as CHEl OR CHEAPER than -goods have hereto fore been sold in Memphis. They invite all persons visiting Memphis with a view to purchase good', to call and examine their Stock. - 12 tf. Notice OE V 12 R EUX IHGHTO W.E Iw admin istrator of the Bstate of. ASA T. S.' U.aUGII, ' deceased," has Gled his ac counts at the September term. lOlo of the Probate Court oC Pan.ja County, for a final settlement- of .said os'ate, at the November Verm 1845 of said Court. All persons .interested are hereby " p (pji-red to attend jon said day anJ show eause' if any they -hafe, wliy. siieh ft al seHllement an J allowance cf , said . counts shall not be made. - . W;VEREUX IIItiHTClTER,-- I ' Admims'rOi "B. : i : f 1 F I f I t: p. !: i ; -J j l' ' 5 ! '! ' i ' ' ' li i i, 1 i'i-ii t Si. 1 ! I i'. - H l4 . IL'MjJI.rr, 'Sofrs, ' . - ".o j. Jl . KHN ).. virn. . - 23-xr.