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Undr t'lia lew of the caa it I would le qui e s.ifuder.t fur onl ivtry j irj I for ui to say that th-. high chara.rwr of thi n;a.;:.- I ziao for litarary aa.l artit-tc.il r.n.-it v.iil properly wnama-!. u.it we arn a war that' the rapid a.vl dazzling ue;o:i f novclti-H l;ch ave brought firwar.l w hh'n tha lan lew we ha j i f ..HHVJMfcV U I..I vrjy mi:utCT IS K3yi. 10 11 Co'i;u- d ) r. t. ai will It i.4 merely with n view t - at.fy thncvioty j t the PHitofoiir l.'eals thatwc rm.v ..mi-md tJ InmnsratoPoim of tin IVumnm f o ir next j ear'i e an, jir:ni-;iiv.:, howevert that tha en.iin3rat:on It) Oh "o- sirilv 1m partial a vj IiKm -v, from ' ini'UN il;! iir-i..Kj'' nr.:.: .', ir ....... .... ii, mini, t, oci.iii ii:;'l.l (JV.'iV I12W i . 'J 1 uoJ brilli-jnt formof eiahallis'.j.ii.nu the moment U 1 COUIll 1' Y aSaiaiUllUi, a it p -ept-ius it-alf, m well aa fciiioi t!n Hrvioas I 1,1 i r 1 j i 0fallth3POLUN UVKLV ANOrltJ.NTUMTI . S 'C? 11(1 SUCCCSSiUl tCaCliei. oped a.t.l n.-oaou.v.cJ. The hoaour of brlnv.n 111 UC a5,!5lSlCU H1x lC lorwar.l l;rst-rala "aaiii3 iato ;.:llic ivu're a ad aVmaiato p.:hlic noth-e a ad lavc.ir, n .ill serving a s.i;t of prims iroa b.ii-t r . to eloctr c lla-'rns wnitu !3.vl their l:ght tlm-.ih ill. 11 hntn 'T. ... . I . . . - . I !. . , " th3 iadys ihok. on! on,; a-.i of iiii t ailor iiiencan nistory uy vie - oi oattie-gromf.l we are stilt calmly ojrs.nia' irt a sit'nt defj- an ill coiimatitioa. Tin oot U, tiritiia-tt ir!;.: it .. .... . lbmratin- the m:uoisw ok a.Ji. kioan lmihsIO i-C.tOIII . . by a S3rie-! of e;iicra'.-iii a l narratives which will serve ij piac s in t ioir trn? !i!it tha natriot i.Jm, devotioa ami self.a;trirtc of oat female an cestort i a the rcvol.-.tio:vi:y war, emphatically called tiif. iii-p.oic auk ip a .v r. n k , is also original wiih Other i .:.-! eat?- of riivolationarv history will also firn:.h s.jhj.-ct for tha eoihei hinsiiH of thi c J.niin yoar. Ami.13 t!ie sape f'ti already execat-id ar.1, The re.?ept,'oo of thi iwivs of Tirxi,ij;ton fight by Darley ?.Iarioa3 oiitartainaisat of t!;e b.itisli oificer by Willis IVmale c.u.i.Nriiv by Hubert Tha storming of red baak lort by Ifamilt )a t'onat lion ip's nioa.iment by Ham ilton l'he battl8 of eoacord hriilg by Frank eastaia TI13 ( !ermoato.va battle-rou.d by Ilas;ell Smitli Trenton hatila-grooad by Ham ilton, with a langT number of otlnrs, e.iaged buf nr. y.H in by t!i3 ani-ts. Aaothnr nw and striking fea'.or" we oow proposa fr t'la 11 rt ' time in jiutilic, having had arli.ns engaged for twelve mo.u'.is in working it out. oar readets will jjlansa to noti tha date of tha annojiv.rfliiisnt of this feature. It will consist of t'haract rlsti; state views, ia which l!ie peculiarities ofsepnjry costume and customs of every stati an 1 t jrritory of th?' Union will be prisentd in sinwassion. This idsa'will of iroursi bo eta '111 2d bv oihsrs, hut our raiders wiii jvt fo g-t to mark date1 ' Our proifrcd premium of Sfi -0 for t!ie b-ist painting of a f-object illn-trativ c of American famale patritisi:n has already bnugflt a splsn lid array of tallent into the field. Tlia award has bean postponed for anoibar month ont fo eo-ntesy to artisii who have pict.i.-es still noon their casols. 'I'he premium of .2."!' for the b?st egraving w!l of coursa biing forward a series of firs rats st-fil plavs. in addition to all hese advantagss, tha privilege of engraving tha premium pictures at the apollo aso-ia.io.i will sarve to form a kcy stona to oir splendid sst-m of erobtdllshmsr.t Tli3 public know otr literary contributors v.hc for they have long been in tha habit of recogno zing thern as the loading writers of America ' in magazine literature that I iter' lire whi h esacH from the ablest per.s t'ueir most phj isnt an I bril liant contribution., at the sam t-iii-? that it con da.ues into a compact and pleasing form, tha moral, the ussfol and tha solid in iterative, ke.-h end essay writing. Ma..otints. It s oily m cessary to say that in thi department wa" have JSartaia sadil an I warns:, and each of them na several p!a'.e3 in ban I. we shall, u g think, have one in each number next year. Authentic fash ion plates. (iouys Iiudy's Uoik is the oiI Magazine that can b- relied upon for t e real fashions, Our translators suffer nothing of merit and interest, which issjitud to tha des'gn of the Lady's Hook, in tha Litaraturn of okrm vnv, frm'F., IT.M.V, an I other nations of the Euro pean continjot to cscapa tiism. Among tfianv novel faatores in the literary way which are now in the co irse preparation, for well-known reasons we choose to announce hot on? in this connection, viz: The border legend:! of American, many of which have just reached u from tha distant re gions which were formerly tin scenes of border wars and hunting expeditions, and where the ex ploits of t'a famoi In ian kil!i-s and hu.mrs still famish themes fos para'.y national ballads, songs and stories to their children and rand chihlren by the winter's fireside. It is not ne cessary for us tii give the names of nnr viit rs previous numbirs will show that they are the bet in America. Terms of Go.ley's Magr.zine. 1 copy, 1 year, 2 copies, 1 year, 5 copies, 1 year, - .') 1!1 l. 2) 8 copies, I year, - 11 copies, 1 year, ADDIS r,. A. G.)!KY. P.ihlishors' liall, I'lii!adolph;a. (Jo-ley's and Graham's Ma r'.im win. be f lrnisiie'd oneceipt by Ii .A oi!,jad'iom The Wts'ldy raUtaa9 Sulci! icsiccr. This paper being made up of such portion of the National Itelligencer pro per as can bo compressed within the compass of a single newspaper, contin ues lo issued and mailed to subscribers every Saturday at Two Dollars a jear, payable in ad.vance in all caces no ac count beinjt opened with subscribers to the weekly paper To bring this papar yet more near ly within the rccch of such as desire to , take by the year a cheap paper from the scat of the General Government, a re duction will ba made in the price of it where a number of copies are ordered and paid for by any one person or as sociation at the following rates: For Ten Dollars six copies will tie sent. For Twenty Dollars thirteen copis ; and For each sum of Ten Dollars, above Twent eight copies will be forvvorded; so that a remittance of Fifty Dollars will command seven copies. 07Publishers of papers throughout the Uni'ed States and Territories who wilt give a single insertion to thi3 a J - vcrlisemnt (with this note annexed) and send one of their nnners to this ofT.en with this advertisement marked there in, shall receive the Weekly National Intelligencer fcr one year free of charge Adiniiiisf rntor's io(icc. AGREEABLY to an order of the Hon Probate Court of Panola county Mi. made at the October Term thereof A. D. 1844, 1 will as Administrator de bonis, non of lhe Estate of Sarah Harrison, de ceased, present my accounts for finnt settlement and allowance, at the Decem ber Term A. D. 1844 of Ea:d Court; All persons interested are hereby no tified to attend and show cause if' any they tiave, why final settlement and al owance should not be made. LUDY COTflENvlrfr. bonis non of Sarah Harrison dec"d 0 The Trustees of this in stitution, take pleasure in itUllOUncinff to tllC llubllC, I' 'i i 1.4.1 1 1 tiuit utey nave secured, as Professor to take charge of their Coll Prp t!lP SPPvipp M ' 1 IOCS j Q. f JoSCpll Y. Boyd A. JM.. , 111 . j WHO IS IflVOranlV KIlOWIl III i'primarV (lODartmiMlt 1) V i. i ----- James V. Karr, a young ; man known to possess the I ..,...t..lf.. t i 4 I , ,.r J UUdHUV;aiiUl,!S Ul a - . i 4 I . While the Trustees liaVC Hii the corporate power ot flC . . , . tJieir intention lo iiuikc the I college, a preparatory I school to the State Univer sity, located at Oxford : and . . - . ralUllCIlLs Cxlll UL p I C pal C LI i Probate Court ot said county, at the for ai)V class in that, Or any ! ler,n "foresaid, on the Instate of S ii a-: a' j i-i i Wood deceased; will meet, at the oHie other institution to which j (lf rlarrison & Vanoe in lhe IOWI1 c tlieil parents majr wish to 'Panola, on he third Monday in edc'.. send thorn ,nun,n lor six successive months, to ex- fin ' a,nine nrul au('t the claims against said '1 lie scholastic year will'! Kstale, as is required bylaw. . lio rlivirlnrl inln anif.t, - 'C1 A" c'a'ms must be presen'ed within five months each. The first of "which will commence on Monday 5th of January 18 10. TERMS. wrinograpilj, lieatling, WHlillg &C, $8 per SOS. i i- i g 1 - il. 1 i- 1 English (Iramui'tr Geoo-. " '3 1 1 'S3 iiiniisn i ra ininar, vaeoc:- . . 1 55 raphy, Arithmetic X;c, .Ii i)ersesion. ' J - J lie languages, iuathe- . Court at the.tenvf aforesaid, will n.ee; Ul a ties &C $18 PCI SCSsioil i ollWof Ilarrfson &; Vance on tho -jj i 11 i "(third Mtinlav in each month . to exam - JJOarCt, including Washing; ie,au.lit, and settle the claims for and Ijights &C, per smont?l. j nginsl-said estate.' Alt persons holding 4 . i ' r i l a' ! claims against "said estate, will present illly IilllllUL.1 UI atUllbUl!) Ldll be boarded at the college in the fa mil J of Charles. A. Smith, where they will be continually under the su pcrintendence of the teach ers. The college is located in Lafayette county, live miles north-west of Oxford, in a healthy, moral, religious, & intelligent neighborhood. Considerable attention will be given to Oratory and English composition. The Bible will not onlv be read in school, but con tinually used as a class book that its sacred principles may be thoroughly implan ted in their youthful minds. By order of the Trustees. ALEX. SUA W, Vice President. CHARLES A. SMITH, Secretary. College Hill, Nov. 18, 1845. IT OTIC 33 ;"IIC undersigned. Administrator of the Instate ol George. W. Terrv. deceased, having, at the Januray Term A. D 1345 of lhe Probate Court of Panola county, filed his accounts for final seitlement at the March Term A. D. 1045 of said Court: Noi ice is hereby given to all persons interested in said Estate, to attend at said Term ol Court, and show cause, if any they have, why final settlement and allowance of said accounts should j not then-be made. l ROBERT. W. IHiAllAM. Admrr "J 'uluJ - v L(i,ry (lec a Juuuarv 25, 1345 3 C w. RANGERS NO TICK. WAS posted by ANDREW WAR REN, living four miles Northwest .of Pharsalia I dark bay horse, G or 7 years old, 14i bands high, a small star in the forehead. has a small white ring above his left hind tioof, has had the fistula and swinney. and appraised to $25. VM. S. KEITH r. r. c. April 19th 1815. 14 3 w. The partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, has been this daj- dissolved by mutual consent. CALVIN MILLER. WILLIAM SMITH. January 20th 1 815, , 3 lw. lcsfiihr - ' '1 i.e substantial huili IS:c:hiilt OLIVE, V. j. OTAUILtfLL, MASTER, W ill run ihe ensuing season us lliiG-UhAU'-TACKIiT UOAT between 1 he various ports on this river und Vicks Lur. nntl u ill take cotton for N. Of le ans nt i lie lowest rules. The Olive i is as well odaptetl to this river as an; bout, and will freight cotton us safely us any other For freight or passage, apjly on board or lo A. V. Annslrong ug Pat.oln, JarTy 1C, 18 45. 2 t-r V. nS. Cittoii shiped by this boat will beinsu red ct the lowesl ruies. CALVIN MILL!'.. Attorney nml eounscllor at Law, Will practice in the Circuit Courts of th:3 Cth Judicial District and the I i - r 'P.. ii.. i. , . . , eu.i -u. , ui lauuiiaiciuu x,vuitxy , ... 11... II..-t..iy,. f t?, i-w.r... !"... : m the District t-h.incery tourtat Hoi a a . r t It m MV Springs, the Federal Court ut Poll Uou.e, and the High Court of Error: and anneals at Jackson, j on;'i in IVnoLA. n i "" ' 12m ! I i o U h v h i I N O T I C K TIIF ST 1 TF OF VISVTSSIP PJ JJIL MAIL VI JSUlbSll l 1 r a no LA coTjNTV. Probate Court April Term 1C45. ' We the undersigned Commissioners if inOlllllliflnir " nrl.f.!r.ln.l I... II..., I n iuouiiv.ui.JI) itppUlilltJU IV lilt: llillh me unit; picacriuuu ny iuw, or lliev will le forever barred O. HARRISON J C. F. VANCICV C. OJH S. Wm. RANKY Panola Mississippi, April 2b';h 1845 15 Gui. I 54 H O 1 V C 13 t IV otiCC. I Tlie Slate of Mississippi) Probate j Couny. Court March ,'i"ertn lbl45. ! ' I ',u,ia"-i7" loio- i "tS 17c. the umfersifrifii! Conrnisioli- ,, t TC 'he untfei VV ers of insso r-KJwurd M;-Ha solvency on lhe t?5iaie ailo tleceascil, (rn icnleil ! iwnl in. ii t nntmJnn.,! lrt c-ill -1 .- iii'vii.iiii ti'i',iiiijiy ill I,,,.., I,;!1; inih,i npoinrilm I I. Iit JAMES PACKER. WILLIAM HANKY A. J. I10LCOM1JE. Comers H) G- m HUGLAR Tiic M-w lisJit Ir:i!it :;nalsll7uV- V v :uul BMbslaiilial slcauivr. ! ha.VV' " nd?2.wn'.7 Vi " r-'g:U L$ "ft '3" 4 said debt ol Si'UUO, ihat the prmcipa; X-LVl- . in said note is solvent, and amply a- CALDWELL MASTER. bio to pay said debt if not already duo Will run this season as a regular that said Rayburn is exposed lo "no PACKET P.OAT, between the dillernt danger of molestation, having been foi ports on the Tallahatchie river and ! several years Wholly insolvent, many New Orleans. - jtf tre o her debts inentioued in s.ua Having been built expressly for the ; deed, have been since the execution navigation of second and third class j thereof paid oil", that Josiah Gillespie, rivers, she is thought by all who have ' one ol' the witnesses to said deed, is one seen her to be as well adapted to this ' of lhe creditors therein named, that trade as any boat that .has ever been j prtof of said deed was made by the wh in it. Losses, there being but one other besi Tlie propriejor does not hesitate in !es said Gii'espic, that the certificate of assuring the public that .she is as safe ' proof in other respecis, is not such as as any boat. i the statute requires for admission to re Ueing entirely new, and built by the best of workmen, and of tha best tins- ! Dcrs, her hull and machinery is no! inferior to any afloat. j She, can cary about 800 bales of cot- ton. For freight or passage apply on ! board or to Hunt &Co, agents. ; ' January 18, 1845. 2 if. j TfTfr?rP:-f VV ?Tfrrk I 4k- -!iL43,i& &$JkJ tbii ! kIUS..N. PATTON'S School for i 23 yonng ladies will open at Panola ' on thf, 20th of October next. j TERMS I I'F.Tt SESSION OF .FIVE MONTHS. Orthography, reading and writing, $2,00 (jeography, Arithmetic and English Grammar, Nat. Philosophy, Chemistry, History, and Composition, As tronomy, Relies Lettres, or either of them ; For Drawing, .Painting, Embridery and Ncedle-wor an extra charge of REFERENCES T..j..rATTiTr 10.00 I 12,5 r 3,0 j 6'. W. CARR. Esq. N. HOWARD, i Dr. H. N. EDMONDS. ) c G Maj; J. N. HARPER, STERN SIMMONS, ) . Tresllon F. A. TYLER, Esq., r . Wm. E. STONE. j nola September 20th, 1845. 36. NOTICE" S hereby given to all persons interes ted in the Estate of Richard W. Thn mas deceased, that, having filed my pa pers for a settleinem with the Probate Court of Panola County, so far as my administration has extended. I shall at the July term I8!5, or said Court, apply for leave to resign the adminis tration of said estate.' ' " ' , Wr.i. W. SMITH, Admr., or the Estate of Riehard W- Thomas deceased. .' Panola, May CO.h, 1845. Jailor' re'olicc. (,'EsRuccry XJists'iet Cosjrt Of the Stale of Mississippi at Holly Springs. At i: ules, the I, Monday of Augusi I G 15. Samuel Junes Jr. 1 205 vs. ( John Allison ct. ul ) Upon op ning the. tnatteri of this Jill, it appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that iSarnuel Arbuckle, Tho mas G. 'Allison, William A. 'A iiiiams, John Allison, Alexander II. Poston. John 11. Poston, and W.llinm II. Stod trart defendanti!, thereto-, arc not inhab itants "of thy state of Missisipp hut reside beyond the limits thereof, so iliat the ordinary process of this court canned he served on them, and 'hat the heirs of Josiah Gillespie dccM, and Ja- lez llutler deefd, delcndants thereto, fare unknown lo the complainants: ! Therelore it is ordered thai unless the said Samuel Arbuckle, Thomas G. Alli son, William A. Wiliams, John .llison. Alexander II. Po;tou, John II. Poston, William II. Stf'il trait, and tlie unknown heirs of the siaid .Josiah Gillespie and j Jabez i'uiier dee'd, appear before the,) Vice L h;:ncel or, at: the court room in iioflv Snriiiiis, on the first Monday of j January next, and ple:td, answer or l'emur to complainant's bill, the sever- ' nl a! t ca,ions I.ertof, us 10 the.n, .will ., ,.0 ,alan fof Conrt.sst.d,'und such order ; and decree made thereon as shall ap j peai equitable and just. : And it is further ordered thataoopv ! r.f Ol L. ...t. 1. tll:l' I Oil 111 'll.(l 1 11 II V ' VI IUIO UIUI in. Ill I 1.14 ill A 1IU 1JIII. newspaper published in the town i f Panola, Mis-iissippi, once a week for ' tv. o n:onths, ?uccesi vely. i - jA.IES c. ALbEBS0Xf cierk. , abstract of kill. j Charges. That on the llih Decmber ! lb'iL),; the firm of Talbot Jones & co., ! consisting of John Jones, i,iee dee'd. ' Mid coinpluinaut, recovered a judgnieui : iu ihc liiiicu oihibs i;isirici uuun, iui j the Nor then District ot Mississippi, a ! ga'uist defendant Jhun Allison for ,9394 I 40-I0',i debt anddamiges besides cos's ' That about the lGth October, only a ; few Weiks. prior to the recovery of ! said judgment, said Allison, fi au iulent- ly, to cvaoe, the execution of the saint. ! made an assignment by a pretended deed of trust, to Asa Love, of all the I remaining property 'herein named (which be had previous-, to ciect ! the same' o'uicrc: sniuauled oil an 1 con ' v eyed to'Iexas,lhe said property ! be juade kr th :beno4t t)f. ce.r!aui real .Vi- i ro ' r n i lM ri il M 1 1 r S lllf'roin rifttnPil ; vi wi.vm.v.. w i ...... ...-..... , i hat among other debts, named an I pr'e I te'uJeJ' to Co secured by said deed, is ! tne mentioned as being d'le to the Mis- oisippi Union Pnaik lor $200J, upon. a ! note in" which the said Allison dj'John f- Uavbtirn, are the tecurities- o.nl v for rS:irini - l A ;illijnio ivliri is orinr-irnt ! that i be intention ol said Allison a mi a ' reniy upon the face of siid deu'fy so lar as icgardsthat noiu, is not lo'seeun the payment of-the same lo said Hank but not to have said Ray burn molested in anv way on account thereof, ihtt there vvus no consideration moving from said Rayburn to said Allison, and -i . i i . . j : .. i i . cord, thai said deed vva- improperly admitted to record and operates as no bar to the lien ol said Judgment, upon the property therein named, that por- tion of the property pretended lo be con veved by said deed i-s a section of laud therein described, having about lot) a- cres cleared v ith valuable improvemcts thereon, delc ndant Love the Trustee, cairre immed .te!y into possession there- of, and has occupied and enjoyed the same ever since the execution of said d-ed, under an agreement io pay rent there;br,at the rate of .$3 '50 per acre, that tie also took possession of all the persona! property ui said deed specifi ed, 'together with ail the crop of the crop ol the year 1839, raised by said Allison, which he was to dipose of and account for as ' trustee, that the whole a mo a i.t of debts mentioned in said deed, besides that of 2000, to the Mississippi Unoii Bank is between ,$1400 and 15 00. some of which are already paid, that it was not the honest and bona fide intention of said Allison, to secure the payment of tin debts, mentioned in said deed, but to delay, hinder and defraud other just creditors one of whom is com plain int. .,,..'. Pbayek. Thai said deed of trust be decreed to be null and void and of no ef ect and set aside, so that complainant with all other creditors may stand upon an eepjal footing, and his judgmenut have its unobstructed course, but if it should appear that said deed is not frau dulent, asto the rights of complainant, nor otherwise defective, and that the same might to have its full force and effect, whether-, as to all the debts therein named, or whether only as to all except said $2000, then" that sail Love Trustee, be decreed lo execute said trust, by selling aR ol said proper ty remaining unsc Id including said land and liquidate and discharge said debts, with th-3. proceeds of said sale, end pay any baitance that may bo left, to satis faction of complainant's "judgment and for general relief. . . James-C. Alder son, Clerk. 33 -2m C. $ II. R. -Miller, Solrs EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. LETTERS Testamentary, on the es tate of Gcorgo Alexander, dee'd, having been gjnntcd to tlie undersign ed by the Hon. Probate Court of Pano ia County, at the September term 1845, of said Court, noiice is hereby given io all persons indebted lo said estate to come forward and make irnmcdid:ite payment; and all persons having claims against said estate, will present lhe same duly authenticated to lhe suscri bna wiiliin the period prescribed by low, or they will be barred. CHARLES T. ALEXANDER. GEORGK L. ALEXANDKR, Executors. 3G...0t. I ?2 g ol ven t - re o t i e c. THE STATE OP MISSISSIPPI .Panola covnty. Probate Court, September Term, 1845. f UFE, the undersigned Commissioners flf of insolvency, on the estate o. Thqmas W. Watson, decM,represi nt ed insolvent, . appointed by said Court at "the Term aforesaid, will meet at the office of C. F. Curtis on the third Monday in each nxtnih. lo examine, t udit, and t-ctile th? claims for and a iainst said estate. , - - W. W. SMITH, r vp C. F. CURTIS, I 2 S. II. M"KEE, ( 2 3D::. Cm 7. r 2 tf - jS- r i C O ?.l "I ISSIO.M M K It C II A X T S 31 Camp Street, NE IV ORLEANS. JOULD again lender their services yip to theirf riends and the puliiic ge nerally, in the sale of Cotton and the t ransactions of Commission business in all its branches, plcdgeing themselves to use. every exertion to promo'o tha interest of, and render satisfaction To hose who may confide busiuess to their charge. We have Open Policies of Insu ance, to cover all shipments of Cotton con signed to our address. Tho-e wishing Ins'iranev will '.write across the fac of the Bill of Lading, ''Iusur ince irant rd" and forward the original to us" by nail. Wo shall kee; all Cotton fully insured against fire here until sold. "We will furnish our friends with Bagging Rope, Family Groit-ries. &c. at the lo'vvcat cah price, when ordered Liberal cash ;rd'. .tnees will t e made on Cotton or IWls of Ltkling. in hand. J. V IJJ.MpKSN is our a phorized Agent, and will promptly attend lo an usinsss consigtunl lo him. Oct 40:Gn. Administrator's Noiice. .ITERS of administration liaving. been granted to the undersigned, on he estate. of John F. Oi"iver, deceased, by Hon. Probale Court of Panola Coun ys at the .May term, A. D. 1845. Notice is hereby gjven to all person indeb'ed to said estate, tp.come forw.ird and make.' immediate payment. nd those persons having claims against said estate are notified to present the satin duly authenticated within the lime pre scribed by law, or, this notice will l plead in bar of the recovery. DIONV5'IOCd OLIVER, ad.nr reOTICE." " 1"HE nnJersigned, Admistrr.tor i 3 the Etat ol'Zimry, W. Taif. ! ceased, liaving, nt the January Term A. D. 1845 of the Probate Court ofP.s nola oounty, filed his accounts for tina. settlement at the March Term A. D 1845 of aid Court: Notice is hereby given to all nnrxon interested in sai l Es:ac, to attend a said Term ofCoirt, and show cause il any they have, why final settlement and allowance of said accounts should not then be made. JAMES. RUFFIN. AJm'r of the Estate of Zimry W. Tail de ceased. January 25, 1845 3 Gvv. reotict. LIZ A BETH JOHNSON', Adminis , tratrix of th 3 Esate of James Gar ret deceased has filed her accounts at the November Term of the Probate Court of Tallahatchie County for a fi nal settlement ofsaid Estate at the Jan uary Term 1845 or said Court; All persons interested are hereby re quired to attend on said day and show cause ifany they have why" such final settlemnt and allowance of said accounts shall not be made. ELIZABETH JOHNSON, Formerly Elizabeth Garret, Ad mv. oj Jas. Garret, dec d. 35 3w. A d nt i i s t r a tor's o 1 i cc. The State of Mississippi l Probate Tallahatchie County. Court January Term, 1845. T this term of the Court Letters of Administration having been errant ed to the undersigned on the estate o Husten Howard dsceased, therefore at1 persons indebted to said estate, are re quested to make in-mediate payment, and all those having claims against r aid estate, must present them duly authen ticated within the time prescribed by law, or Ihey will be thereafter barred. Charleston Miss., Febrtfy 5. 1845. - P. B.'McDANlEL. 5-6 w : Admrr. Kffj AC Eft S.T2 1 TEIire G. HE undersigned having permanent ly located himself in this nlffco i prepared to execute alt work in his line, on the shortest notice, and' in the most complete and durable manner. His Shop is on the main street lea ding from the public square to the river, where he may be found at all times. Panola, Mi. Jay. 18 1845. WM. E. FARMER NOTICE "THE subscriber 'having been nppoin g led Agent of the BOSTON i.n ! MISSISSIPPI Colton Land Companv; lhe NEW YORK. MISSISSIPPI und ARKANSAS Land Company; and the I OSTON and NEW YORK CHICK ASAW Land Company, hereby gitc.s nonce to those ind-bud to ciilicr of he above associations, tbat Mr. Will iam S. Williams, or in t-aso of his ab tence, Col. George Foote, is author ized to receive monies, and pass rc- cbetter suits the convt ... ... ...... ,,, wiierc l metice of p,ti ties ri I" l-iit I f ia i-ii !i n .-1 tl.... it... . r ... uuvi uiiiii l uj OiiJ'ee or the subscriber at Pontotoc, and such re ceipts wili be received as cash, ()U thu day of ayment. Air. W illiams is als: empowcrcal to make contracts lor the sale of lands in that portion of the Chickasaw ression, lying north of the Tennessee Slate line; in ail tho counties west of the meridian, and in the counties of Si. Francis and Crittenden in the Slate of Arkansas, and such contracts will in yil cases In sanctioned and confirmed , unless publit: notice should be git en to tho co.rary. AS it is the object of the proprietors to bring their lands fairly into market, those seeking settlements uro iuviteJ to call on U.e subscriber at Pontotoc, or Mr. Williams, at Hernando, for good bargains, on hbeial conditions. The Holly Springs 'Guard,"' and the Pouola 'Lynx' will please copy for lw o months.' RICiri). E. ORN E. Hernando, May 22, 1C45. . 21 2 m. NO T ICE S hereby givtn by me J. T. M. Bub bridge, Judge of lhe Probate Court of i'auolu county and state of Mi-.-isii. ,i, that on applicatjou to me in writing,' ey John G. Brew ion, and E:;z:tte.n ('. Brewton his wife, (oiiiieily Elizabeth 0. Wright; by their attorney T. B. Turner, all of said county und Mabt w ho claims an undevised "portion , or part of all that tract of lauj beii g in said co'Jnty, known as lhe west hall o Fractional Section four, Township uiiit Range seven west. 1 have nominated John I!. Keith, E. Q. Vance, and Albeit II. Burdine commissioners to divide suid Uactol" land iuto crual shares or poitions, ;nnl iinless pr,.er objections are statu! to we at the July term of said court lor aid county and stuu , on the first d.iy o.f sad July lerm, which is the 2it day of July next, lhe said John II. Keith V. Q. Vance, and Albert 11. Buid;;io will then be appointed by me, commns-sioncr-s to make partitioti of said land, pursuant io uu art, enliik-ti an act. coti ;ruing lhe partition of lauds held by Coparceneis, Joint-tenants, and Ten ants in Common; given under my hard 'aiid seal, this lhe 20' h 'day of April If. 4 5. T. B. i o ttv i s J. J . M BUi BRlDGi: J ud i:e of Pi obate. TURNER Solicitor for Peu-15-2m. KNPJUTS ? if i iu: T) !" . . . iu-w . y A TRADJ i lON'ARV T.LE of -Jiis COCKE i-! T CI F. A'TIJ Y OF THE OLD DOMAIN. 'y the 1. it'ior Curalt'crs uf I V,-ffi SIIAULES VANCY has ih- pleasuic of informing the Southern public mat he will is.-ue from his Press in Woit Wctmnpka, Al.. in ;t few n-wU, tne anove named Aovel, by a distin guished author residing in tha State of Georgia. " T,.cKuights of the Hon:eShoc will he issued in Pamphlet form, 2 vols, 125 pages, or more, each. Price 75 els. per single ropy 9 copies for ft 2, 00; 20 copies for $10. Letters by mail, post paid, t n -lonng the money, will receive prompt mten" lion. Address CHARLES YANCV, I i ,-Jti in t.l. n A ii Wefumpkn. Ala., July 15, ta. THE STA TE OF MISSISSIPPI, Tallah-tldiie C:ut'y Probate Court, October Term 1845 I SHALL, on Monday the Cth day of December next, it being the 2ond Monday of said month resign my let ters of Administration on the cstaie of William Falkuer dee'd, and make settlement ofsaid estate with said. Co.ut so far as 1 have administerd. - All per sons inteiested are requested to be an I personally appear and show cause if any have, why such settlement shall not be made J. T. M. DUKE Adm'r ofWm Fitkner. Cl.arlcston Mi., Oct. 14, 1815 40 3w The State cf Mississippi, I - PnoiiAic Tallahatchie coun'y. "Court, August term 1845. I? HE Probate court, of said county at 1 the term aforesaid bavins "ranted to the undersigned, Letters of'Adm'.n istration on the estate of William Falkner dee'd. This is therefore, to notify alt persons indebted to said es tate, to make immediate payment; and all persons having claims acainst said estate, must present them lo the under signed duly authenticated within tho time prescribed by taw. or they will be forever barred. J. T. M. DUKE, Administrator of Wm Falkner decM. Charleston Aug 1 1 1345. 31 G-.v KEIIOVED IVOT FAR; Dr. Holcombe having removed tiis family to the Sinners1 CampGroundv-,, 8 miles oast of Panoi3".'l ' mer patrons" ' .. . . ?. . v. .y. 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