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Admin istra tor's Notice.
The State of Mississippi, I Panola County. L LITER'S ol" vilmint.t rutinii having nl the June special term 1346. of tlie Probate Court of said county . been granted to tl e u.ihr signed un the esmit1 of Pari II. Ioly det'd. No ieu is hereby given to ull person in bibtel to saitl esta'e to make imm -di i'e pavme.it, nnd those having claims ogamst the name, are required to present them di i .,!,....:,, I -.1 .1 lu mil nenl ir:i Mil u.i Inn ih. nnu i.i. ":r. rz.: v. .. . . 1 jcnwcu taw, or iney wm lc lorever baned. ALBERT J. CAGE. AmV July 18- 1846. 28-Cw. a nvr or jlf;ti:ks. REMAINING iu tne Post Office nt 11 Punota, on ihe first day of July 1816. Alsop Jno. ArnoN Jerry Armstrong A. W.3 Anderson G. P. Beard Ja's. Uv ars A. Bo vies C. Ihitler Jr. R. Brat ton Mrs. Hi.vles E. CraJdock J. N. Cas k-burg D. T. Caldwell J. J. Cook Q. D. fefVr Mrs. E II. ! iv any John Dow ell Dr. G. Easch-v Mr. Kins f. M. Fountain E. (.Iiii'w Daniel Gilt P. R. 1 1 o a ard G. C. Hull G. II. llolcom!) A. G. Had Rev. G.C. Henderson M. lltiin James Hubbard G. C. Junes D. Jones Tho's. Ken tier ley Dr. G. Lewi. Win. Lavon J. .M, M Fie d Win. MiKmuey Doct. V. Mt GIuv G. G. Nelinns S. II O.Uer Mis. Eliza Pearson C. C. Pearson S. M. Petty G. S. Rolands W. G. Robinson J. II. Rivers Dr. Ii. II. Smith G. P. Sigman A. Tanner DaviJ Thompson B. Wiiliams I?. Young Andrew. Burton R. A. Uermiugham Bent e:t G. P. Mrs. CanaJy S. Cam E. Cl'k. Cir't. Court. Clinton W. S. Du'hr I. D.tvis Willis. Erwin Ja's. Earp M. N. Grothru G. S. Hall D. Herring Arby Hall n. C. Heart G. II. IIoweG. M. H' gun Dot-tor Jliinielion .1. R. Jones punning Justice Eli Kvle Perry Led l etter B. II. Lamb Ja's. McGheeG. S. MeDongald J. Martin Dr. It. Neul A. Prosser Rev. J. Pitts A. Price. J. R. Pat'on .Mr. Robinoti G. G Riley F. M. R iv bti rn John Sheriff C. P. 4 Small So'oiran J Vii; pleton J. Wilkinson I). I) West Wm. JAMES PACKER, P. M. Sinister notice. The State ot Mississippi, i Tallahatchie County. rpAkF.N u; hy Wm. Dyer, North -- East e." Charleston, one sorrel inare. i.'to(!t fuir years old. Her 1ef; fore loot w hito up to th'.j pastor j"int Jefi hind loot & leg. white h ilf way ii t) the hock, a small whi'e star in tlw forehead, about l.i hands h:i:b. no brand discoverable. A praised lo $20. S.vorii to ,nd sub cri!.ed tcfore me, ! .7. ituckhrarl. t!iis3rdd;iv of Jan Mortimer Orr. nary, 1840. J JOHN I. GRAY J. P. A tme copy of certificate of appraise ment, Charles'on Jan. G'th MM fa. JOHN KICLSO Ranirnr. 7 '40. 49-Gw. To the People of the C y of Memphis and th Inhabitants of the adjacent C'.unln. HAS just opened a N''W (J SII TAIL ORING iimt CLOTHING establish ment, on Madison street, near Martin's and nearly opposite the Union Hank. It will giatify him exceedingly to how his assortment of Cloths, Cassi rreres and Vesting'5, w hich he know; ure unsurpassed in excellence in this State or in the United S aes. It will of course, gratify him more lo sell them rind rnanulacture them. You need on ly see these goods to te con vinced of their superority. They will be manufactured in the lest manner and in the most fashiona ble ptvle. He ha", a'so, the most tasteful fancy ARTKLES-lsuch as gloves of every kind, P . t . I cravats, scans and stix ks, noehti n.uiu- a mm kerchiefs, suspenders, &ic. 6zc, and a very choice stock of The stock of clothing is composed of Dress and Froek Coats of Hlue, P. ack and Fancy colors Sacks, and Business Coats of every description-Vests ol all kinds Over Coats, coarse and line Stiirts of all qualuies. Flannel, Merino, Silk. Buckskin. Cotton and Linen- Bo 6oms and Collars Drawers of all kiu.fs, Huakskin, Merino, Cotton and Linen. Clothing purchased of me shall an swer the recommendation or restitution will be made in case of every f Mure. L has all b'eix manufactured by t. eery reputable firm of Merchant Tailers in the city of N. Haven wlu have sent me to abide with yu and clothe you. Bo sure to call before purchasingelsewhere I will give you good bargains. H. WADE, Martin's Row. Jan. 10th, 1046. SAM BELLMC'KEE, Attorney at JLaw, Parioldl Miss. The State oriflistisslppi, I A KoLA CoUiNTV. Circuit Cottrt, Afrit Term 1C46. John High-tower, i vs. Bill of Divorce. ELIZ lliailTt'WER, ) Ul'U.N ojeumg 'he bill of comp'a'mt in ihis cate, and it appearing to Itie taiisiactiou "i i lie Court, th it ihe said defendant is a nun -resident o litis Suite, ; up-ii moiion: It is considered hy !..... . I ii . : . .. i . . . . i . :. the the VtHiii mm I'll di it ! 1 1 1 1 1 utj nuiue ill ' Panoia m.ss,,,,,,, -lyux; a pi LiVii, newspa per published in the town o: Panola, in this State lor the Term of three on Ii h. requiring said deundaut to appear lie tore our i,e.i Circuit I t.utt, m be held nt thy Court ,,u.,e t)f p,,,,0la Coiimy, on the fourih Munday aiier ibe wuHh Monday in SepU'iuher i.e.xt, and plead uusMer. or demur lo said Udi tf Coin p aint, or the ao w ill bo taken lor coiilesed and set for hearing " Ex par le." WM. S. KEITH, Clerk, June 27, 1 34ti. 1 9-3 n . The t:Uc oi xlliiIppi, Pa.nola CouKTr. Circuit Court, April 'Term 184C The Board of Police, - of Panoia County. I vs. K Original Bill. 1 me unanown heirs of IVm.lia'cx, deed. J P appearing :o ibe sarisfac'ion of the Court, ib.it ibe heirs of William iiives dee'd. aie uukuoMn, upon nio ; tlou: It is ordeied by the court that publicaiion be made lor the space of two uuaiihs in the PunoU Mississippi Lvux," a newspaper published in ibe Town of Panola, State, of Missts.ipni ; that nnleas the defendants shad appear ' belore our next Circuit Con it, to be held at the Court House in the County ol Panola on the 4th Monday uher the 4in Monday in Sept. next, and plead auwer, or demur to ibe bill ol com l!auit, or the allegations 6: cbaiges i herein contained, wilt be lakm for j couiesbeu anu set lor ntaring L.x-parte. W m. S. KEITH, Urrk. June 27. 184ti. iy-2m. T he S i a te o02iUsippi, Panola Colnty. Circuit Curt, April Term 1846. Cathekine Williams, by lier next Iricud j Wyatt HaNis, Bill of Divorce vs. Ja's. R Williams, J SfPON open. tig I lie I). II of complaint U in th.s cause, and It ajq eaiwg toihe aalistectiou of ibe court, that a.d dell is a non-reident ol this Slate, upon motion: It is considered by tl.e Comt ibat publication be made in ibe Panola Mississippi "L nx,1' a newspaper pub lished in the Town ol Panola in this Sirfte. lor tl e lenu ol tbi ee uionihs re qinring said delt. to appear before our next Circuit Court, to be held at ti e Court House ol Pauo'a coumv . on the 4th Monday after the 4 . it Mocclay in Sept. next, and plead answer, or dem r toj-a.d liul of com j bunt, or the same will be taken lor confessed and set lor bearing Ex parte. Wm. S. KEITH, Clerk. June 27. IC4G. - l9-3m. just about the finest lot ur DRUGS ever brought into N. Mississippi or any o ther country, has jut been opened at the S. East corner of the Court Doom Square in the town of Pano'a, where fijends enemies and all who wish for any thing in the line ol' Drugs and Med cires; Paints and Oils; Paint Brushes; Window Glass, and Dye Stuffs, nn'le accomodated just a le e tl e bet ter and cheaper than they could be al Men plus or New Orleans. The subscriber is desirous of making an experiment in the sale of Drugs at this point, and nil that H necessary to render it successful, is that all those ,i.., r n rood and cheap article ol r of any description usually kept by -those in his line, should drift this way und float in. He docs not believe that a customer who will try him once, will evpr be indue- d to go any where else (or any of the necessaries or superfluities of life, w ith which his esiablis I meut is so well stocked; for he doe suppose and be lieves most conscientiously, clearly & indubitably that hecan serve a custom er cheaper, belter and more, to he sat isfaction of all parties than such a thing has beer, done wihm the recol lection id" the oldest inhabitant. "The period of ibe year is aj proach in,r when medicines are usually in de mand for fami ies and plantations, and the subset iber has taken extraordinary nams to purchase such an assortment as will enable him to respond in ihoal firman ve to every reasonable interrog atory of a customer, and he cannot ee any earthly reason why the pe.v n'e of Panola and its v.cin.iy should so far forget themselves as to gohlty or five hundred miles for an article which thev tn.ght get here, and save travel and trouble, and of more impor . dill net a cheaper and jetter nr- JUST SE.E HERE. PREHAPS Origin cf every Disease. & the nit an i cure In .ha car lido, Le Uoy c.e.iriy deinonsira leUihai every Uise.isr- origma ed I roui impure or undige-ied pariie.es, beeom t..g ni xed with Hie b.ood and fluids. AnduiMj, ibut lo cure everv disease, it was on necessary loopen lb tiaiural oui.V.sot inebod), and udow them lo lemaiw tpeu. by w )1C means ll.e blood and oilier tluUs win reiea.se tluinelvt Irom these undigested and impure par ticles, and u tituiu ol'healiU will bo cer tain to euue. The Royal Insfiute ef France award ed to him lo- this tl.bcovery, the Go)d Mtdal oi ibe liKs.iiuie. '1 Ins is a ti slur. c it fact. Ail w licit the tiiundieih Vegetable Univ'eiMu i'uis prles to u. is, tl cur ry out ibis puneiple, htid exj t rli nee has lully estabn.shed ihem capable ol ii. U htn, ibeieiore, a bad s ai ol la-aiib extols in ibe bod , ail ihul has iu te done is lo continue u iXKUEit tdleciu al ly with ihem, nnd ibe m le vio.em the disease, the more powerful uiuSi be ibe dos. The Pjiandreth Pids are madeetmre I ol Vej.e able Exii acts, Known bv uu' experience lo be , ei lectiy Mimcem, and yel of more power us a puigauve, or cleanser of the alimentary canal, ihuu any other medicine. Tneir eiTeci tdi the system is o eay, thai ii is a remar kable fact that i he faaie dose may be gut n to an infant or aduit, wiihuiu i he possibility of doing any injury union I he contrary good. 'Iheielore in cos lieiiess, eiiber habitual or o her w ie. ami in HiHiovs Pever-, j.nd ail htiiows uilections they ure of the gitaitst j os sibie benefit. In a. period of little more than ten years in ibe L'ni cd S ates, they have lestoreJ to pur lect IIKALTll und enjoy intut over jour huuttrid imuand jei sonsw ho weie given Over by Physicians ol the fust rank and Mandiug, and in many cases when every oiber lemedy bad ht-cn resorted to in va n. The great secret is to have the med icine by you when you ure liru ulaik tk with sickness; one dose then wiii have more good edect ihiin twenty, if you put ii otf until disease iias enfeebled the b ddy powers; therefore every in dividual who considers health a buss ing, idiould always keep h box of than dreilCs Vegetable Universal Pi'ls, where they cuii be sure lo find them whei. vvaiiteed. Twenty five tents run hot po.-sibly be better di-jxwd of. A valuable Itle may be saved, era big tit ol sickness pi evented. For sale hy A. W. ARMSTRONG. juu 27 3 m. SADDLE & HARNESS fT"MlE public generally, when wishing io purchase SAUHLES, or any thing in the Saddlery Husiness. nrn ve ry lespee fully soliered tocall on BAR BEE In the town ot Puiava, on iheeor rer north of the Court Ilotee. wheie an aM)itiiiint o Sadd es. Bridles, Mar tingales. (Jirths. Sireing'es, &c Jj-e. can be exam.ned and bought at Memphis priees Call imd examine if you do not buy yon will only be convinced of the pro priety of abandoning the use of Eastern work, or the common trash that is sold MAN UFA C TUR Y by the merchants of our count rv. G. A. BARBEE. jun 27 if Administrator's Notice. The Stale of Mississippi , I Panola ocNrv. jxHE undersigned having at' 'he April teim"1846, ol the Probate Court ol said county, been appo n ed Administi a'ors of the es ate ot A. II Williams dee'd. Notice is herebv giv en to all persons indeb ed to said estate to come forward and make imm -d.ate payment, and persons having claims against the same, are required to pie senl "heni duly authenticated wiihm the time prescribed by law, or they wid be forever barred. B. F. MORRIS, and - NANCY WILLIAMS, Adm'rs. June 27, 1846. 19 -6w. To the Gentlemen or E'auola. IF vnu desire oud clothing and at excessirelif low prices, let me con strain you to give me a call. I can now ciolh you from and to both extrem ities. Desirable Hats-, of Ott'r. Beaver, Ashland, Silk & Plush, as well a Caps of oil Silk, and Cloth; Night Caps; Shirts of every kind. Silk, Co ton, lin en, mid Buckskin; Drawers td all kind. Coats. Pants, & Vests of every discrip. lion; Socks and elegant Hoots and Gai ters; Cravats; Russian Girdles; Shoul der Braces; Money JJelt, and every thing else so multiplied that 1 have not patience to enumerate, you can find at II. Wade's on Madison street. Memphis, nearly opposite the Post Olfice, and near the Union Bank. II. WADE. April 11, "46. 8-tf. RANGE WS NO TJCE. rpAKFNupby David Duke, living JL uvo m Ies east of Pano'a. one sor rel Mare with a blaze-face, led hind leg white up'f the knee, a small white spot on the right side or the neck about fourteen hands high suppled to be ten years old appraised to $35. P. B. JONES, b. p. c. . June 13, 1846. c , J7-tf In the Probate Court oT i Panola County, Stale of JTlisbissiiipi Aiiril Term. T ohiu. I VS. John Evans, el al 8S this ease it appearing to the satin lactionol ibe t't.un lIia, Lirenzo D. i. vans, .luhn li.MU an I lVi.olppe Esiis are nou residents t.f ibe Siaie f Ahs si.sstppi. It therefore orleied by the court ibat unUss ihey appear at tne Juiy Term ol ibis coin l and an "c iira;n,n, in Hie neiition in the above case, i he 5ame shut! t e t-keu as conieed against 'hem. Ii is lur- ther ordered by tlie c urt thai no. ice be given in thePunola Ly nx. a ne w .puj er pub ished in the town oi Puuolu for &ix ly days. Witness the Hon. John T. M. Bur bridge Judge ot said court at the court hou.se of su.d county the 20iii day ol April A. D. Ib46, and the feal of said aliixed. J. C, aR &TUO.G, Ci'k. ABSTRACT UP THE BILL. The je iiion cbai ges liiat John livans died in iN'ov. 1S42, leaving "our cuil dien besides petitioner; ibat dee'd. in ii an iiisliuuieni purnuriing to be his last will and testament was admitted to probate oil ibe. ev ideuce of one witness, mat dee'd left a large esiale consisting ol itui and personal pi opt rty, amount ing io between seven & eighi thousand Uonars, that petitioner had never re ceived but one negro girl trom dee'd. That ,aid mstruiHetr. is fraudulent lioi tne will ol ihe dee'd. and that dee'd. was incapable at the lime ol making -a will, that how as not ol sound and dis I osing ttiiud at the time, nor for a long lime pieviuu-s, thai deleudant suugin ihe advantage which infirmity old age and insanity had given ihem, obutint tl his signature loan nisi i umeui, the con icnt d winch he wits tguor.mt, and thai del'is by sua agent attempt io et up ihe same as his wid and tnereby al ien. pi io secure to themselves Ihe pro-ptr-y lo the exclusive ol pttii loner, ihai peiiUoner had d eta td p( oci edmg i bus long on aeeouiii ol piou.ises by ue.t nd a ill thai ihey would divide vvnb peii Uoner. l'eiiliouer piuyes that detetiL1- .Oil be com elied lo appear al Teim ol said court ud anwer fully he ai .t gallons m said petition und ih.u said ni.umeui and proLaie be set aside hiid I but ihe property dectnd as ui taw as in cases oi mieatuies, aiu a general pruyer lor relief. J. C. aiiMal RONG. Cl'k. Bistrttt Chancery Court oi lac atatc ol .Ui.-iiipi at taokiy prms April John Hub! ii, d cl ai j vs. liber t G. EUisrtu . ...... Ul'biN optm g ii.e Bio,- u appearing matter"! oi tne to the satislae Hon oi iit Lu.iii, iiiai ine ntus oi ua v id Boyd deed., dtfiendants thereto, are unknown lo ihe citnp Uiii,tiu, it is iherejore ordered that unless, they ap par Lefore ihe Vice Chaiueilor, ai liu Court Ivouui in ibo luwn ol Holly Springs, on ibe first Monday in July next, an J plead answer or Demur to. said Bi I, the .several allegations there ol, as to them will bt: lakm lor conies ed. and such order iud decree made lliereii., as shall seem reasonable and JUSI. And it is further ordered, that a copy of this order be insetted in ihe ' Pa no lit Lynx" iNevv.s pajtr, uLlisht d m the low u ol Pauo a, onee a week for two months successively . HAiN.MB.vL HARMS, Clerk. A BS TRA CTOt THE BILL. The B:ll charues: ih.it said Boyd purchased lots, W 10 1 I 12, in , ,u B oek 2o. 2, in the lown oi Panota, I a lio a CoUlity Willi money iu his hands belonnin" to complainants, Hubbard and one William Morgan, since dee'd and took title in his own name; that since Boyd's death, aid lo s have been sold at bheritl" sale, as bis property. to-atisiy a judgment recovered aga list him, in bis life lime, (but which was not revived by aCire Jacias) and pur- ciiaseii by UelenUant riis. wno inere tipou took immediate ossession. and has enjoyed the rents and proffi s ever since; lhat Complainants, Jamet& Wil liam Morgan, are the only heirs at law, of said William Morgan dee'd. Prayer," That the deed from the Shei id" to Eilts, be c-ncelled and held or naught; that he Ellis, account for rents and piefits, ibat the legal title be con ey ed" to complainants and for gen eral leiiet. HANN1BU, HARRIS, Clerk. MILLER & ES TELLE Solicitors for Complainants. April U,'46, 3-2m. A din in ist ra to. 's iVoticc. The S.ate of Mississippi, f Panola County. J LpT'TER'S of Administration hnvlns at the prtl special term 1846. of ihe Probate Court of said corn'y, been yrarred to the undersigned on the es tate of J B. Morris tlec'd. Notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to said e'a!e. to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the the same, are req tired to present ihem duly authenticated within the lime pie scribed by law,orihey will bo forever birred. B. F. MORRIS. Adm'r. Jne27. 1846. l9-6w. ... The partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, has been this day dissolved by mutual - consent. CALVIN MILLER. WILLIAM SMITH. The . Male oT ItliKsiswinni Panola Couiilv, Circuit Court iril Xersu 184G. I Rancis chapman, by her next friend V ti.Lt AM C. PiiTEHsoN. No 980, v Bill of Divorce. John A. Chaian. P N ooenini! t he Rill of Comt hunt in iln eHjse and it appearing to the j-u islactii n ) ihel ourt. that said de tctuiaui is a nou-resident of this Slate upon ii ot t).i, It is considered bv the Court that publication :e made in the Panola MissUsiimi Lvnx. a news paper published in the Tow it of Panola in ibis Suite U r the Term of ibren moii'hs, icquinng sad defendant to appear be It. re our next Circuit Court lo be held at ihe Court House of Pano'a county on ihe 4th Mot. day after the 4 1 h Monday in September nex,& p ead answer or demur to said bill of complaint, or the same will be taken for conlessed mil set for hearing ex parte. Wm. S. KEITH, Clerk. June 20, 1846. 18-3m In the 1" rthhtc Court ol Panola county, ITliss. Duncan C Williams ) V8 V . Jnme Erwin Admr ) ifiii-'UPAS n.Kon r w;u;m. b-- 4flf - 1 1 u 1 1 wt v itii'tnii t&3 -rm V tn ihe 4th day of May 1846 filed us petition in said court wherein he charges that he is stcurity for dlt as ldministrator of Willis Uhiyell dee'd; hat sud dlt is a non resident ol this Stale; that dlt has failed to account to ihe Court since letters of administration have been grained: that said dh by pro per process Le compelled to appear and make settlement ol said estate; petition er pray s lor an order tocompell stud delt to give other security in discharge ol petitioner, and that on failure there of that his letters of administration be revoked. And whereas it appearing toihe satis taction ol the court thnt said (lit is not w ii bin the jurisdiction oi ihe process of lhn court, it is ordered by the court ibat the said dlt administrator n!ore: said appear belore this court on the 3d Monday tn July next, then and there lo answer said petition and to seitle and account either to the court or to. give a god and s-ufficient IkukI with security lor the htithhi! discharge of his duties m the lorm and penally prescribed by me stauie in this belialt made and pro vided as this court may direct, and that publication be made sixty d.tys in the Panola Lynx W mess the II. m. John T. M. Bur- bndye Judge o! said court and the seal thereof ufiixed this 4ih day May 1846 J. C. ARMSTRONG Clerk Mav Oth 1846. 12 601s. Administrator's Notice. Stale of Mississippi t . Pa aula County. y II. Nichol. having af the Janua ry term imo, ol the 1'robate Court of said county, applied for and obtained letters of adminisi ration , on the estate of John Waldrupe deceased, nraeby give notice, to all persons in debted to said estate, to come forward and make immediate paymmt, nntl all persons hav n claims against the same, are required to present them du'V au thenticated, withjn the tin e prescrilied by law, nr they will be forever barred J. II. Nichols Adm'r. Jan 24 '46. 50-6 m. v Iotie. MILLER & ES TELLE. CM.VlN AliLLKII, TANOH, Miss. VI M. M. 1ST tl.Lt-BtL.10-.T, -,iss 11 .WING formed n psrtnerfhip in t!ie p.-ac 1-1 tc of their prol'ess.ort. will give their an 0,v "4 ""- yA to , thf,.. cara " any Pa:t r no 11 Alississ ppt. They wlU p:!lct ce ;rt th(J Dtrici t baiicery Court at I.'olly p-ui;;-". tli Fe Ipral co.irtat Pontotoc, nni , ana ,ne ti ga Court or triors ana Appeals a J ai-ksfn. I.eitsis adJrese l lo ths fi m, eithsr at Fanola or Belmont, wid receiveproir.pt attention, man: 25 tf j SE1.j1.IAW OFlr 'V CiiS'jT. ' N TENDING to ch .nge our business ! -he ensuing hill, we now oiler a large and very deairube stock -f goods AT COST. The entire stock has been purchased for CASH ii embraces Dry Goods, Hardware, Crockery, Boots, Hats, Shoes, &C, &c It is a rare chance for persons in want ol GOODS. 07-No credit will ba given in any in stance. HUNT & CO. May 16th 1846. 13-3t " RANGER'S NOTICE. TAKEN up by David Little, living Seven miles from Panola on the road to Hernando, two Bay Horses, one wiih a lump on his left ankle, is supposed' to I seven years old, the other is six ears old tpptaied each to $36 00. "P. B. Jones R. P. C. May 23, 1846. 14 tf. Administrator's jotiee. Stale o f Mmsissirpi. I Panola County. J LETTERS of Administration hav ing, at the November term, 1845 of the Probate Court of said county, been granted to the undersigned on the estate of Anderson Nelson dee'd. No tice is hereby given to till peasons in debted to said estate, to come forward and make immediate payment, and per sons having claims against the same, are requiredjo present them duly au thenticated, within the time precribed by law. or the statute will be plead in bar to the same. Thi. M0SGRAVE. March 14, 1846. 4-6 vr. FOKBID. I FOftEWiRN all persons from trad ing lor a note of the following dis cripttou: One note of hand given by me, piays hie to W. C. Maxwell, for the sum f fifty-five dollars and fitly cents, dated the 18th day of April 1846. The above note having been extcr led from me, I do not intend to pay it unless compelled bv law. LaVINIA TIPTAN. April 25ih '46. 10-lw. Administrators IVoticr. "I ETtER5'of Admiuistrut ion hav ing le,'n granted the undersigned on the estate of Abr. Allen dee'd, by the 'Probate Court, of Taliah itchle coun ty Miss, on theUth Dee. 1845. Notice is hereby given to fill persons indebted to said estate, lo make imme diate payment (and save cost) and those having claims against said estate must piesent thenr duly authenticated within the time prescribed by law, or they will be forever barred, given un der my hand and seal. J. G. KENDRICII Adm's. Dec. 20 '45. 46-6w. m NOTICE DRAGOONS r I'MIE Ponola Light Dragoon are re -I- nuested to meet in lhi t. un .f no'a at 10 o'clock A. M.on "he four h of July next, lor the purpose ot drilmg. W. C. UAIRURN, O. S. By order of Capt. Watson. Administrator's Roticc fMIE undersigned having, at the June term 1846 of the Probate Court of Panola County, obtained let ters ol administration upon the estate of James Sal'erwhite deceased. Notice is hereby given to all prnm indeb ed to said estate to comi f.irwin and make immediate payment. a;.ri ph persons having claims against the ai!'-; are required to present them duly si thentieated within the time pre-cril-v, by law or ihey will be forever bifel. James s. satteru urn;. June 20, 1846. 1 &-(;. BOOT h SHOE iiijxv ir;it i un 1 iiv u ii Li L, iX i i fgMIE subscriber would respectf li y -JL inmrm the citizens ol Panola cot iy, that he lias in his employ, ver" superior woikmen. and materialsof the best quality. Persons wishing to have nuiable and neat work dene, can do so by sending their orders to him. SOLOMON CH1LDERS. May 2, 1846. ll-3v. Raircr's IVotiee. TAKEN UP by Stewart Pipkin liv ing about fifteen miles east of Ponola, one sorrel mare about three x ears old, with n Sn ail star on the forehead; no other brands or narks perceivable--Appraised to $35,00. P..B. Jones, Ranger june 1 T 46 v2nl6tf NOTICE HE subscriber having been appoin ted Agbt of the BOS TON and MISSISSIPPI Cotinn Land Connanv ? the NEW YORK, MISSISSIPPI and ARKNS.S Land Company; and the TOSTON and NliW YORK CHICK AS U Land Company, hereby gives notice to those indebted to either of the above assoeiat.ons, that Mr. William-S. Williams, or in case of his ab tence. Col. George Foote, is author ized to receive monies, and pass re ceipts for tlus same, in cass written t better suits the convenience ofaving of visit Hernando, than the offi.ee or the subscriber at Pontotoc, and such re ceipts will be received as cash, on the dav of navment. - Mr. illiams is also empowered to make contracts hir the sale of lands in that portion of the Chickasaw cession, lying north of tlie Tennessee State lire; iu all ihe counties west of the meridian, and in the counties oJ" St. Francis and Crittenden in the Siate of Aikana, and such contracts will in all o.ses be sanctioned and confirmed, unless public notice should be given to the contrary. As it is the object of the proprietors to bring their lands fairly into maiket, those, seeking settlements are invited to call on the subscriber at Pontotoc, or Mr. Williams, at Hernando, for good bargains, ou liberal conditions. The Holly Springs ''Guard," and the Ponola "Lynx," will please copy for two mouths. R1CIPD. E. ORNE. Hernando, May 22, 1845. 21 2 m. ItEMOVED-XOTFAR. Dr. Holcombe having removed his family to the Sinners' Camp Ground 8 miles east of Panola, hopes his for mer patrons and all others who may wish his professional services will soon learn where to opplt- Blanks for sale here. of January 20th 1845, 3 4w. May 23, 1846. 14 y 6 ajfe 4.ft- . S. N. PEARSON.