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SALEOF JUDGMENTS.
ixm i A a O L A UOUNTY.
I
J. J. Caldwell,. Sheriff of Panola
county, and in obedience to an order
or Sale to me, directed from the Hon.
Circuit Court of said county will on
the 26th and 27lh days of October, A.
D. 1846, offer for sale at the Court
House door in the town of Panola, at
public auction for cash, the judgments
hereafter described, "to satisfy Clerks1
Sheriffs' fees, and jury tax and all
other costs due thereon, To wit:
One judgment in favor of Joseph Tay
lor, vs J C Burney, on the 7th day of
ftlay 1839, for dol 151,40 costs 24,
104 cents
One do. in favor of Cyrus H Dutt, vs
Pleasant Thorp on the 7th day of May
1G39, for dol 801,95 and dol 28,72
costs. , ;
One do. in favor of Tho's D Long, vs
James M Ross, on the 9th Muy 1839,
for dol 493,60 and dol" 22,67 costs.
One do. in favor of Mary Derbine,
vs John Rayburn, and Geo I Anderson,
on the 7th May 1839, for dol 153,6 o
and 24,79i costs
Ono rr in fntnp rC Hivlica and TTitt
vs Cowan & Phillips, on the 8ih Nov
1837, for dol 391,39 and dol 37,67
costs.
One do. in favor of Roderick Mclver,
vs James Davidson, on the 8th Nov
1837, for dol 237,85 costs dol 25,29
One judgment in favor ol Park &
Graham, vs Moses Ford, rendered the
Sth day of Nov 1 837, for dol 640,23
and dol 27,67 costs.
One do. in favor of A F McWilliams
vs James Davidson, rendered on the 8th
day of Nov 1837, for dol 239,34 and
dol 27.67 co3ts.
One do. in favor of Horvey and Col
bert, vs A t Vizer, rendered un the
8th day of Nov 1837, for dol 132,88
and36,29i costs.
One do. in favor of Dickens, and Tay
ler, vs Reuben Ilearri, rendered ihe
8th day of Nov 1837, for dol 142,70
and dol 27,67 costs
One do. in favor of Spencer & Brown,
vs Alex, v Robertson, rendered the 8th
dayot May 1838, for dol 399,61 and
dol 29 42 costs.
One do. in favor of James II Hogan,
vs William R Robertson, rendered on
the 8th day of Nov 1837, for dol 104,-
18 cents, and dol 27,54 J costs.
J"V t d , - .
I Irifi no. in nvnr n .lumps H I'nrtic
vs James Davidson, rendered the 8th
day of Nov 1837, for dol 272,93 and
dol 25,92 costs,
And one do. in favor of William B
Miller, vs David 11 & N M M imms,
rendered on the Sth day of Ma; 1838,
for dol 686 50 costs.
One do. in favor of John S Brownin
JU'iau uatfis JOlin o juewis, vs
Kob't H Hannah, rendered the 8th dav
oi way tor dol 232,25 and 27,
67 costs.
k ne do. in lavor of Werts & Mus-
graves,& Werts, vs John Allison, ren
dered the 21st Feb 1840, for dok 771,
57 and 27,79 costs.
One do. in favor of Neadham RFar
rier, vs Rob't E Baity, & J0ho Ray
Durn, rendered the 7th May 1839, for
dol 89,96 and 34,68 costs.
One do. in favor of Absalem Robin
son & James A Elliot, vs James M Ross,
rendered the 19th Feb 1840, for dol
1912,90 and dol 22,791 costs.
One do. in favor of George Peerv.
vs jonn uaynurn rendered the 19th
Feb 1840, for dol 315,71 and 21,814
costs.
One do. in favor of T Gilbert & Son.
vs John Allison, rendered the 21st Feb
1840, for dol 619,26 and dol 24,291
costs.
One do. in favor of Thomas Elms
&Co. vs John Allison, rendered the 2 1st
T?U 1010 r. trs r,
x cu ioiu, iur dol. ouu.o ana dol
27,794 costs.
One do in favor of Sam'l Johnson
use &c. vs Henry Harrison, rendered
the 4th May 1843, for dol 67,30 and
dol 24,54 costs.
One do in favor of William II Kee-
land, vs William Tippet, lendered the
7th May 1845, for dol 274 and dol
21,17 costs.
One do in favor of J Widdle vs Al
bert G bins, rendered the 5th May
1841, for dol 74,80 and dol 21,544
costs.
One do in favor of Edward L Carney
use of Neadham B Farrar agaiust Ro
bert b lieaty, rendered on the 7th day
of May 1839, for dol 94,18 and dol
oj,4b costs.
One do in favor of Samuel W. Oak
ley against G P Anderson, rendered on
the 10th day of Nov 1838, for dol 468,-
oo and i7,7y costs.
One do in favor of Thomas J Bur
rows, Csc Ja s A JLaylor, use Ja's F Ruf-
fin, against W uliam S Henderson, ren
Jm.aJ n UH n'tU If tnAn f
uereu uu 111c aiiuu) oi may iooy, lor
DOL 354,33 and dol 22,67 costs.
One do in favor of Lawson McKee,
Wm. xoung and Isaac McKee, against
Henry wooten, rendered on the 7th
day of May 1839, for dol 273,38 and
Pol 26,17 costs.
fr,a An In Ton f E Ct X, X W
Mitchell, against John C Burney, John
and J M Rayburn, rendered on the
7th day of May 1839, lor dol 84,52
and dol 30,00 costs.
One do in favor of John Brown as
signee of R H Hanna, against James
cmegog, rendered on the 7th day of
May 1839, for $128,54 and $24.67
costs.
One do in favor of Spencer & Brown,
vs Reuben Hearn, rendered on the 8th
One do in favor of Ja's H Hogan, &
William D. Miller, vs John F. Rlattina
ly, rendered on the 6th day of Nov
1000, iur ,2,0 and S27,42 costs.
One do in favor of S and J E Wilkin-
son, vs JohnB. Tioton. renr
the 9th day of Nov 1838, for $136,88
and $27,67 costs.
One do in favor of Charles F McKee,
assignee of William Smith vs Carter
F Buckley, rendered on the 9th day of
Nov 1838, for $105,33 and $28,041
COSt9.
One do in favor of Wm. Harper, vs
Henry Stevens, Wright, Thorton and
Neadham Stevens, rendered on the 6ih
day of Nov 1838, for 282,50 and
$27,42 costs. "
One do in favor of Hiram S Morgan,
John S Morgan and Charles H Atenan
der, vs James H Hogan and Wm. D
Miller, rendered on the 6th day of Nov.
1838, for $353,66 and $29,42 costs.
One do in favor of Kendal! F Edgil,
vs Wm. B Pollard, and Neadham Ste
vens, rendered on the 6th Nov 1838,
for $352,50 and $29,42 costs.
One do in favor of B G and W Mit
chell, vs Neadham Stevens, Daniel Ste
vens and Garland G Nelson, rendered
on the 8th day of May 1839, for $316,
50 and 27,67 costs.
One do in favor of John O Cage, vs
Rob't II Uannarendered the 8th May
1838, for $165,16 and $26,42 costs
One do in favor ofBaylessand Hart,
vs William J Cowan, rendered the 8th
Nov 1837, for $116,91 and $27,67
costs.
One do in favor of Bayliss and Hart,
vs Cowan, and Philips, rendered the
8th Nov 1837, for $450,66 and 27,
67 costs.
One do in favor of Wm. H Moore,
and Gideon Moore, vs Daniel Steven?,
rendered the 6th Nov 1838, lor $138,
63 an J 27,42 costs.
One do in favor of John E Wilkin
son, vs Wm N Webster rendered the
6th Nov 1838 for $158,72 and 26,42
costs.
One do in favor of James C Cren
show, vs Garland G Nelson, rendered
the 6th Nov 1838, for $419,12 and
$27,22 costs.
One do in favor of Wm Cowan, and
James Rose, vs Moses Ford, aneKWm
Vison, rendered the 6th Nov 1838, for
$227,58 and 29,42 costs.
One do in favor of Wm M and David
Park, vs Samuel Arbuckle, rendered
the 9th of May 1838, for $727,02 and
27,574 costs.
One do in favor of James C Cren
shaw, vs A T and Wm Robertson, ren
dered the 6th Nov 1839, for $208 and
$29,42 costs.
One do in favor of James Bankhead,
vs P R Thornton, rendered tne 6th
May 1841, for $84,90 and $22,67
costs.
One do in favor of James M Allen,
Adnvr., vs James M Ross, rendered the
dlth Feb 1840, for 2l8and $24,17
costs.
One doin favor of Charles Baker.
vs Pleasant Thorp, rendered the 8th
May 133, for $411,50 and $34,47
One do in favor of L M James use of
C Ibert Moore, vs James M Ross, ren
dered the 19th Feb 1840, for $313,86
and &22,92 costs.
One do in favor of M D Etridce, vs
Eli Justice, rendered 9th Nov 1844, for
$206,89 and 24,17 costs.
One do in favor of W W Coleman,
vs Jacob Thompson, rendered 6lh May
1 54 1, tor !jbl,2 and $25,67 costs.
One do in favor of N. Rajian. vs G
W Ragan, rendered 3rd May I841.
for $259,09 and $21,294 costs.
One do in favor of F M Sims, vs I C
Goff, rendered 5th May 1841, for dol
101,42 and dol 23,294 costs.
One in favor of Geo. Zollicoffer. vs
Edward Davis, rendered 4th May 1843,
lor dol b0,47 and dol 21,92 costs.
One do in favor of Marshall Clarke,
vs Edward Davis, rendered 4th May
1843, tor dol 624,09 and dol 21,92
costs.
One do in favor of A T and W R
Robertson use of Saunders Ford, vs
Sam'l A Roberts rendered 5th Nov
1833, for dol 133,60 and dol 31,291
costs.
One do in favor of Barker L Lanier
vs Hiram Epps, rendered Sth May 18-
44, for dol 63,93 and dol 23,67
costs.
One do in favor of W Faison, vs E
Stevens, D Stevens and W Raney, ren
dered 5th May 1841, lor dol 140,90
and 28.044 costs.
One do in favor of John R Foy. vs
Sammuel Arbuckle rendered 5th Nov.
1838, ffor dol 266,67 and dol 41,85
costs.
One do in favor of David K Davis, vs
James D Couch and James Parks, ren
dered 5th Nov 1838, for dol 90,00 and
dol 33,291 costs.
One do in favor of J E Wilkinson.
Edmund Baker, rendered the 10th May
1833, lor dot 300,00 and dol 25,92
costs.
One do in favor of William Park &
Co vs Samuel Arbuckle, rendered ,9th
May 1838, tor dol 688,48 and dol 27.-
54 costs.
One do in favor of Joseph I Thorn.
vs Moses McKinney, rendered 8th May
I CMS, icr dot 159,64 and 30,92 costs.
One do in favor of D S McMuilen. vs
J T Bateman, rendered 9th Nov 1844,
for dol 169,00 and dol 24,17 costs.
One do in favor of J M and C Petti-
n ?lf gj renderf d, Q6ih
V 1 ,844 for do1 87,60-and dol 25,-
17 costs,
One do in favor oi N EBaird. vs
Hillery Harrison and Wm. R Mitchell
rendered 11th May 1844, lor dol 19,-
17 and dol 25,04 costs.
One do in favor of William Jones, vs
Alex T Robertson, rendered 10th May
ior ooi ity,oo and dol 31,42
costs.
One do in favor of John F Davidson.
vs Sam'l B Dickens rendered Sth May
iS4o, ior aoi y3,J7 and dol 24,17
costs. ,
One do'in favor of David Hubbard,
vs A M Morris, tut al. rendered Sth
May lS45 rr do1 6135 and 25,17
costs. ... -
vue qo in iavor 01 Aaam xiunxs mau,
vs Cullen Andrews, rendered 8th. May
o-o, for aoi 140,00 and dol 22.42
costs. . '
One do in favor of David Hubbard,
(vs L B Wright, Et al, rendered Sth
! May 1 845, for dol 32,00 and dol 24,-
91 1-2 costs.
One do in favor of Wm. Jli Sims use
vs John i?agland, rendered 4th May
1843, for dol 303,59 and dol 25,54
costs.
One do in favor of L and I E Wilkin
son, vs Robert Harris, .rendered 9th
May 1838, for dol 71,21 1-2 and dol
38,92 costs.
One do in favor of Abram C Buford,
vs A T Robertson, John Rayburn and
G P Anderson, rendered 6lh Nov 1 838,
for dol 154,00 and dol 31,42 costs.
One do in favor of Samuel Mosley,
vs James Davidson, rendered 8th Nov.
1837, for dol 184,41 and dol 27,67
costs.,
One do in favor of James L Kindel
vs John B Wallace, Geo P Anderson,
and James Shores, rendered 2 1st Feb
1840, for dol 122,07 and dol 24,044
costs.
One do in favor of Gill Ferguson,
& Co vs John Allison, rendered 2 1st
Feb 1840, for dol 284,35 and dol
27,791 costs.
One do in favor of Beelilel and Mor
rison, vs John Allison, rendered 2 1st
Feb 1840, for dol 61 0,86 and dol 27,
791 costs.
One do in favor of Millington Easly,
assignee, rendered 8th Nov 1838, for
dol 84,75 and 36,67 costs.
One do in favor of Montellius and
Fuller, vs James Davidson and D H and
N M Mims, rendered 8th Nov 1837,
for dol 74,25 and dol 3 1 , 1 7 costs.
One do in favor of J D Miller, vs
Geo A Thompson, rendered 8th Nov
1 837, for costs dol 27,67
- One do in favor of Ja's II Hogan, vs
A T Robertson, rendered 8th Nov 18
37, for dol 54,99 and dol 31,67 costs.
One do in favor of Arch'd. and John
C Henderson, vs Roderick Mclver ren
dered 9th Nov 1838, for costs 30,17.
One do in favor of Thomas Matubby,
vs Moses Ford, tendered 9th Nov 1837,
for costs dol 26,29.
One do in favor of Reuben Hearn, vs
A W Templeton, rendered the 9ih Nov
1837, for dol 162,25 and 30,791 costs.
One do in favor of S E Goddard, vs
R H Hanna, rendered 9th Nov 1837, for
costs dol 31,09.
One do in favor of Wm Shelton, vs
Samuel Mosley, rendered the 7th May
1837, for costs dol 25,42.
One do in favor of Charles Miles, vs
Mary McKinney, adm'x. rendered 7th
May 1837, for costs.
One do in favor of Jame3 Davidson
vs A W Templeton, rendered 8th Nov
1837, for costs dol 27,67.
One do in favor of James Shegog, El
a, vs Montellius and tuller, rendered
the 10th Nov 1837, for costs dol 31,42
One do in favor of S and J Tarns, vs
Land J E Wilkinson, rendered the 8th
May 1837, for dol 447,86 and do
30,041 costs.
One do in favor of Earns and McMain
vs u and je Wilkinson, rendered the
8th May 1838, for dol 1723,61 and
dol 33,42 costs.
One do in favor of Grigg and Elliot
vs L and j E Wilkinson, rendered sth
May 1837, for dol 433,31 and do
34,67 costs.
One do in favor of john S Newsum
vs Tho's D Newsum, rendered 8th May
if 38, ior costs dol I7,y2
One do in favor of Calvin J Fields, vs
Samuel McCall rendered 8th May 1838
for dol 1.16,00 and dol 26,92 costs
One judgment in favor of W B Miller
against David H and M Morris, render
ed the 8th May 1838, for 686,50 and
dol 32,82 costs.
One judgement in favor of Calvin J
fields, vs. Samuel McCall, rendered
on the 8th day of Nov. 1837, for dol
115,64 and dol. 27,67, costs.
One do. in favor of A. II. Mitchel,
vs. James Davidson, rendered on the
8th day of Nov. 1837, for dol. 411,40
and dol. 26,92, costs.
And one do. in favor of James Da
vidson, vs. A. W. Templeton, remain
ed the 11th day of Nov. 1837 for
costs dol. 25,17.
One do. in favor of John E. Wilker
son, assignee, vs. R. Hearne & James
Davidson, rendered on the 8th day of
May, 1U3B, lor dol. 154,25 and dol.
28,42, costs.
One do. in favor of Calvin J. Fields
Use, W. W. Coleman vs. Robert Hon
na, rendered on the 8th day of may,
j 000, ior dol. 191,31 and dol. 27,67,
costs.
One do. in favor of William Moore,
and Gideon Moore, vs. Neadham Ste
vens, and William B. Pollard, render
ed the 6th day, of Nov. 1838, for dol.
M,bl and doe. 29,42, costs.
And do. in favor of Charles F. East-
tan, assignee vs. Neaham Stevens,
rendered the 8th Nov. 1838, for dol
842,66 and dol. 29,42, costs.
Jne do. m favor of Neadham Ste
vens, vs. Daniel A. Boon, rendered
the 7th day, of Nov. 1838, for dol
3272,46 and dol. 27,17, costs.
One judgement in favor of A W Tem
pleton, Use of J Kelly, vs Robert II
Hannah, rendered the 6th Nov 1838,
for dol 94,10 and dol 28,17, costs.
One. do in favor of Samuel Roberts,
Use of Alex D Hutchins, Alex Patton,
and William Taylor, vs John Rayburn,
and J M Rayboru, rendered on the 6th
Nov, 1838, for. dol 106,88 and dol
33,20,costs.
One do in favor of F Williamson,
vs John Rayburn, Washington Mitch
el, James M Kaybuurn, and G P Ander
son, rendered the 6th Nov, 1838, for
dol 209,33 and dol 39,64, costs.
One do in favor of Samuel Arbuckle,
against James Shegog, Rendered the
7lh day of May, 1839, for dol 56,72
and dol 24,17, costs.
One do in favor of B G. and W Mit
chel, use of Joseph Marshall, against
Daniel Stevens, N Stevens, and .G G.
Nelson, rendered on the 8th day, of
Nov. 1838, for dol 304, and dol 31,
67' costs. t r
One do. in favor of John" Gregg, a
gainst John Allison, Rendered the 21st
day, of February, 1840, for dol 153,18,
and dol 27,794 costs.
One do in favor of Thomas Elms &
Co, against S and J E Wilkinson ren
dered on the 8th day, of May, 1838, for
dol 897, and dol 31,17 costs.
One do in favor of John E Wilkin
son, against David Duke, rendered on
the 9th day, of May, 1838, for dol 17,
101 costs.
One do in favor of Moses Jackson,
against Bazabel Graham, and Lawrence
G Evans, rendered on the 5th day, of
JNov 1838, lor dol 87, 02 and dol
27,794 costs,
One do in favor of Ever ly, Reese,
against John Allison, rendered on the
21st day, of February, 1840, for dol
269,78 and dol 27,794 costs.
One do in favor of B G. and W Mit
chel, against John Rayburn, J M Ray
burn, and J T Bateman, rendered on
the 18th day, of February, 1840, for
dol 163, 44 and dol 24, 17, costs.
One do in favor of D Hodges, & Co.
against John i?ayburn, rendered on the
18th day, of February, 1840, for dol
1 33 ,35 and dol- 23, 1 7 costs.
One do in favor of Alvin Williams,
against Neadham Stevens, Daniel Ste
vens, and John S Kennedy, rendered
the 7th day of May, 1839, for dol 90,
88 and dol 32,044 costs. -
L One do in favor of JE Wilkinson,
use of John William, against A T Rob
ertson, and J T Bateman, rendered on
the 9th day or May, 1839, for dol 252,
48 aud dol 23,17 costs.
One do in favor of pleasant Tharp,
against llezekiah Rice, rendered the
9th day. of May, 1839 for dol 45,00
and dol 17,67 costs.
One do in favor of Bryan, Rodman,
and Heglin, against Vincent Adams,
rendered on the 18th day, of Febrnary,
1840, for dol 2221,70 and dol 29,
92, costs.
One do in favor of Thomas Parker,
against Samuel Arbuckle, rendered on
on the 18th day of February, 1840, for
dol 72,78 and dol 32,92, costs.
One do in favor of Basil B Satterfield,
against James Shores, rendered on the
18th day, of February, 1840, for dol
90,10 and dol 33,92 costs.
One do in favor of J E Wilkinson,
use of W P Wilkinson, against T F.
Boyles, rendered on the 18th day, of
February, 1840, for dol 86,83 and
dol 25,67, costs.
One do in favor of Samuel Arbuckle,
against Butler J Burrel, and John C.
Burney, rendered on the 7th day, of
May, 1839, for dol 58,36 and dol
30,42, costs.
One do in favor of Thomas Hunt,
use Andrew Govan, against Stephen
W Ellis, rendered on the 18th day, of
February, 1840, for dol 1031, 10 and
dol 21,67, costs.
One do in favor of West II Humph
reys, against James M Ross, rendered
on the 19th day of February, 1840, for
dol 1 12,33 and dol 22,791 costs.
One do in favor of W. C Andrew and
J W Thomas, against Reuben Hearn,
rendered on the 25th day of April, 1837
lor dol 20o,33 and dol 27,67 costs.
One do in favor of B. G and W. Mitch
el, use against J T Bateman, John Ray
burn, and B F Morris, rendered on the
9th day, of Nov. 1838, for dol 312,00
and dol 41,041 costs.
One do in favor of Joseph Jones, again
st Pleasant Tharp, rendered on the 7th
day of Nov. 1838, for dol 309,10
and dol 27,541 costs.
One do in favor of James Y. Blocker,
against I avid Duke, rendered on the
7th day of May, 1839, for dol 72,00
and dol Zl),b7 costs.
One do in favor of Robert R Bell,
vs A W Templeton' and Malcome Hen
derson, rendered the 8th May, 1838.
ior oy,3U and S32.07, costs.
One do in favor of B G. and W Mit
chel useofJosepn Marshall, vs. Gar
land G Nelson, N Stevens, and Daniel
sevens, rendered 8th Nov 1838, for
$506,86 and&33,92, costs.
One do in favor of Henderson, Wal
ton, and uo vs .Lewis Wilkerson, ren
dered Sth Nov 1837, for $315,50
and 27,17, costs
One do in favor of Bayliss and Heart
vs Cowan, and Phillips, rendered the
Sth Nov 1837, for $613,30 and $27,
o,cosis.
One do in favor of Bayliss, and Heart
vs William J Cowan, rendered the 8th
day, of Nov 1837, for $124,86-and
S27,67, costs.
One do in favor of Bayliss, and Heart,
vs Cowan, and Philips, rendered 8th
Nov 1837, for $612,17 and $27,67,
One do in favor of Roderick Mc I-
ver, vs Wm I Cowan, rendered 7th
May, 1838, for 92,50 and $26,42.
costs.
One do, in favor of Nathan?! Unp
aid, use &c. vs William Roberts, J T
Bateman, and John Rayburn, rendered
4th Nov 1841, for $313,19 and $26,
17, costs.
One do in favor of Thomas Lane, vs
Edmund Allen, rendered 9th Mav. 1R
39, for dol 83,97-and dol 33,92 costs
ine ao in lavor of Henrv G Smith
vs Solomon Duty, rendered 19th Feb.
1040, ior dol 77,50 and dol 23,294.
costs.
One do in favor of Frver. and And
erson, vs John Allison, rendered 21st
February, I840, for dol 445,401 and
dol 27,791, costs.
One do in favor of Hildiburn & Wat-
son, vs John Allison, rendered 21st
February, 1.840, for 206.28 and iwr.
29,791 costs.
One do in favor of James Morten, v.
W S Henderson, rendered 22nd Feb.
104U, lor do! 340,00 and DoL 22.791
costs.
One do in favor of Moses Fnrrl..
James Parks, rendered 22nd February.
l40, for doI; 199,24 and doI 22,791-2
costs. "
One do in favor! of Wm Vision, use
Craner Ford, vs James Parks, rendered
22nd February, 1840, for Dol 171,00
and 22,791-2 costs. v
One do in avor Wm P Wilkinson,
vs John Rayburn, rendered 22nd Feb.
1840, for Dol 200,43 and Dol 22,791-2
costs.
One do in favor of Levi Beeman, vs
Albert G Ellis, rendered 22nd Februa.
1840,' for Dol 81,01 and Dol 13,42,
costs. .
One da in favor of Lazarus Parker,
vs Albert G Ellis, rendered 22nd Feb.
1840, for doI 57,31 and doI 13,42
costs.
One do in favor of J C Wilkerson,
and W P Wilkerson, vs Samuel Mc
Call, and G P Anderson, rendered 22d
February, 1840, for doI 104,93 and
dol 22,791-2 costs
One do in favor James H Hogan, and
Wm II Mims, vs Benjamin F Morris,
rendered 6th Nov 1838 for dol 109,
83 and dol 28,42 costs.
One do in favor of F Elms, and Sons,
vs W and J G Smith, rendered 2nd
day of May, 1842, for dol 464,21
and dol 19,541-2 costs.
One do in favor of John Allison, vsl
Chrales H Morse, Et al rendered 4th
May, 1840, for dol 315,44 and dol
27.541-2 costs.
One do in favor Alex T Robertson,
vs John R Ward rendered 4th May,
1840, for dol 71,66 and dol 30,42,
costs. -
One do in favor of S Arbuckle, vs J W
Barnett, and T G Hudspeth, rendered
4th May, 1841, for $122,72 and dol
27,291-2 costs.
One do in favor of S Arbuckle, vs
G D Brooks, Et al rendered 3rd May,
1841, for $83,57 and dol 26,291-2
costs.
One do in favor of Solomon Duty, vs
Wm McMillen, rendered 5th May, 18
40, for dol 70,96 and dol 23,921-2
costs.
One do in favor of Shahan Beale, &
.Reynolds, vs Eli Justice, rendered 3rd
May, 1843, for dol 85,44 -and dol
24,67 costs.
One do in favor of Pleasant Tharp,
vs Daniel U Harrison, rendered 3rd
May, 1843, for dol 141,03 and dol
23,17 costs.
One do in favor of R II Pattills, vs
James bhores, Et al rendered 2nd
May, 1843, for dol 142,24 and dol
27,17 costs.
One do in favor of Alfred S Brown,
vs David W Cook, rendered 6th Nov.
138, for dol 61,33 and dol 29,421-2
costs.
One do in favor of C M Cook, adm'.x
v Benjamin F Morris, rendered 4th
Nov, 1841, for dol 83,00 and dol 30,
541-2 costs.
One do in favor of Sampson, Tarns,
vs Wm Smith, rendered 8:h Nov 1841,
for dol 230, eighty eight and dol 21,
541 costs.
One do in favor of Walton M Shel
ton, vs Samuel Arbuckle, rendered 7th
Nov 1842, for dol 156,34 and dol
29,541 costs.
One do in favor of Charles Temple,
vs John B Balch, rendered 10th Nov,
1842, lor dol 295,52 and dol 21,54
costs. ' .
Ono do in favor of Abram Long, vs
James ihompson, rendered 10th Nov
1842, for dol 121,04 and dol 21
17, COBtS.
One do in favor of R II Pattills, vs
ueo. r Anderson, Jbt al rendered 2nd
May, 1843, for dol 1063,06 and do
Z5,t7, costs.
One do in favor of Rowland F Haw
kins, vs John K Oliver, rendered Sth
Nov 183?, for dol 136,95 and dol 27
42, costs.
One do m favor of James II Hosan,
m u aimer vs Lawrence O Evans
rendered the 6th day, of Nov 1838, for
uoi cu,i-- ana dol 27,42, costs.
fcale within the hours prescribed by
law.
J. J. CALDWELL, Sheriff Panola Co.
JUiy, jam 1846.
In lite Probate Court ol"
Panola county. ITIiss.
Duncan C Williams
vs
Jamei Erwin Adm'r
lflfHEREAS Duncan C.Williams has
Vtf on tne 4th day of Mav 1846 filed
his petition in said court wherein he
charges that he is security for dll as
administrator oi Wiihs Uoyell dee'd;
that said dft is a non resident of this
State; that dft has failed to account to
the court since letters of administration
have been granted; that said dft by pro
per process be compelled to appear and
make settlement of said estate; petition
er prays ior an order to comnell said
deft to give other security in discharge
of petitioner, and tbat on failure there
of that his letters of administration be
revoked.
And whereas it anoearinrr fmh sst;
faction of the court that said dft is not
within the jurisdiction of the nrnra nf
this court, it is ordered by the court
that the said dft administrator fnr.
said appear before this court on the 3d
Monday in July next, then and there to
answer said petition and to settle and
account either to the court or to give a
guuu anu sumcteni oond with security
for the faithful discharge of his duties
m the form and penalty prescribed by
the staute in this behalf
vided as this court may direct, and that
publication be made sixty days in the
Winess the Hon. John T. M. Bur
bridgeJJudge of said court and the
seal thereof affixed this 4th day
May 1846.
n ' J- c- ARMSTRONG Clerk
May 9th 1846. 12-60ds.
SAM. BELL MCKEE,
Attorney at JLaw,
Panola, Miss.
Aran 18th 1846.
h SIMPS
At ike PlanterSTnd. Tr&JL
Tfi ft h 1
IIavin1!18-,
H ir . a.do a"ngemcnts during
Fi winter with some of the
best manufacturers in the East, is now
Boo? Parl his mmestock of
Boots, Shoes, and B,ogans-to which
several shipments wiUbe added dur
ing the months of April and May!
amonsrwhirh aro r;u-. . mv
iinn ' "ie"ade:
1 100 pr. mens smgle and double solo
Brogans, various patterns
500 pr. womens calf & scal st
shoes & boots, F
300 do. gent's, good and fine sum.
mar boots,
Wen's low quarfer calf and scal
Shoes,
Men's calf, goat and seal skin slip
pers, S
400 pr. boys Downings & Brogans,
Mens extra size Brogans, to fill bro
ken stocks, &c, which will be sold .
by the case or dozen at a small advance
on manufacturers prices.
OUURETAIL STOCK.
will also be full, GRAND and com
plete among which are:
Gents. TALL Boots a perfect fit.
i'tiwrsays;
Button gaitors;
Calf and goat Monroes:
Velvet NulliHers;
Goat, do.
Fancy pumps; j
Ladles linen 1 gaiter'
" lasting do. do. '
" foxed buskins,
linen do. do
kid welled c?o
do pumps and low ties:
.
u
It
a " "hi,,e EnSlish d slippers;
and Childrens', Misses', Youths' and
Boy 3 shoes &c, too numerous to de
scribe. We charge but half price for looking
at our stock, and prices which shall be
satisfactory to all who want a good ar
ticle. Won't you call as you look round,
at the Planters' and Traders' Boot
Sign under the Franklin House Front
Row? and we'll "do you proud" as far
as the UNDERSTANDING is con
cerned. JOSEPH S. LEVETT.
Memphis April 25 '46. 10-4w.
M'T- SYLVAN ACADEMY
FOR
Lafayette covsty Miss.
Eleven Miles West of Oxford and
I Sixty Five S. E. oj Memphis.
nPMS Institution will be opened for
Students in a term of five months,
about the first of March next. .
By the liberality of the citizens of
this and the neighboring counties, an
excelent frame building will be ready,
containing abundant rooms for recita
tion and other purposes; nho dwelling
houses for Teachers and Boarders"
Out-buildings, Play-grounds, Garden',
&c. for an extensive and permanent
Boarding School.
The furniture of the Academy shall
be of the most approved forms, com
bining health, comfort, and usefulness.
An Apparatus for Philosophfcal and
other purposes; a select Library for
the use of pupils; and the most valua
ble Maps and Charts that the Eastern
cities atford, will render our advantages
second to none.
This location is peculiarly desirea
ble for a Boarding School.
It was selected by a committee, with
an especial view to health, from a
high and salubrious region, where no
miasmata from stagnant water, or local
cause for diseases of any sort can pos
sibly be found.
The Board of Trustees takes plea
ure in announcing that, for the man.
agement of this Academy, they have
procured the services of Professor R
Morris, late of De Soto Academy, so
long known to the citizens rr NU.tk
Mississippi, as an untirinf snrvnnt ;
the cause of Education.
The health of Professor M.Wnff
established, the Trustees feel that they
cannot better
ages of the Mount Svlvnn aa
than to sar that he will carrv it on
with all the skill with which hU M
perience and talents promise.
rtssisiani teacners wi I bo rnn9Mj
as needed.
QCJ
A Boardins? IT ISO
for
will alsbe ready and will be enlarged
a3. the ts of the school mav re
0 w
quire. "V "
SOtnSn m range from
, JO to 40 per Session.
The Trustees wish ii tn k
that they hold the Principal oftheAca
demy responsible for tho conduct and
management oi whatever steward he
may select to conduct tho Boardirg
House. This w 11 h o
those who send their sons to tho Acade
my that every attention will be paid to
their comfort in health n,i
THE TERMS OF TUITION ARE,
For the sciences in which the Eng.
ish language is used as a medium.
.10 00
For other languages, $20 00 -There
are no extra charces of anvv
sort, save in case of actual damage, and
jree use ot apparatus, Library, &C,
will bo given to every student.
JAMES BROWN. President.
JAMES G. TRIGG. Secretarv of tha
Board. - . - . .
- i . r December, 1845,
BOOTS
j Blanks for sale here.

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