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NEW STORK,
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THB tukMittwihw just epenett, a supply
FANCY A STAPLE iiOOW, next doer beb
J«ey>h A. Foster'» on Main street; wlnc/i he ofa
fa Mi«, on «be usmlirawi consfetuig of
Domestic^
I laUtxxt, GfaAaau, lamb ic/, MwUn* if SÜJ
IBlood HdVfi. if ShattU.
With » menl «wer linen I of—
KILIilWERT ,
ffttd « variety «/ «(far Fancy article*.
Clothing
Shoes,
>
&
LJ.I
■rwK
wc ■ '
Lej
enxNEJS
torn*
C BASS.
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pei
oi
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foilhwing .,m< ies,—'vix.
do, do, do, rdim»
do. do, do.
a mil Chains,
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IDHLE
M B Mi M Bl, end in fwiau/jiecinp, a gen«r*l
iWaOOÖS, he will «■»
q» iiny m Vv txjdviile«
ïbwelrt:
ï A. W. AM AN*
BSPECTFÜLLf aWMimwa fe the cnivens
filkifisoti, and die public generally, lint be h«*
received at his JEWELRY STORE, ooe door
of the Post Office, a »«teudtd «wortmcut ol
on
of
JEWELRY
y n
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e
AS
ipart.ofU*»
Lath«» 1

Gent fme Gold
Gold Ca#CI
Ni*cithcM. >
Lmliea and
Do fine
•ham*,
sett,
Drops,
<.
i
CLE8, with* variety df
.©old it »itver S
' - glas«*.
■ Um» fenders.
Shuveiv and Tonga,
8n .s- T«« sen*,
»ingle.
•d Cantor#,
Fron Basket*,
Candlestick*,
Tray* A Bouffer*,

k
vr'omod Mm» in'»« iw*8wi <«!»«*«
-Eve pointed Pencil*—Rw«r swo}*—
of Finger Rmgs,
I of which he «»fiera
É the usual credit
made to
i»w.<

the
ing
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m
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ed
nu
it

w "T
, Wd a
.,.
w 4o punctual prsoiti
Waiehst è Cfc
|y tejMired »nd w*
<8»di-r on the shortest nottoe.
WoO'JtiU?, May 36. 1832. 23
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n riRHçnptiP
ilié: work
emë
T. V. BROW» «1 <' 0 .,
JjAVK rm RKCflV'EÜ North,' ok assort*
ft
irii'xjtnc Horoccn Sf Calf RauU—Hentt.
Shoe* A ChiUirrn'* Bra
1» ■ ■itMtaH#»'-■hwoll
h, » senarxl
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the
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>uilraen(,
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Ext. Buchu,
d Ext. Saraaporitla,
up ofLiveiwoft,
HtestSES
tboffi Acbc
Harrow*»« Salts
Î Maecatow Suutf,
Scotch ditto,
■ Çoilognc,
fcwwots of Umi
ft
Cl
myeml Tooth, Extractor»,
j 6
Orptmn* ,
August j
T
nty, î
.«ill on Sab
be late rm
public auction
ie, *wc»y and
ng to wid tk< j I
i |
ivifoge
kl
if 1!
ing tirti
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pl- yiber lit ,
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-July Ttr
Bl*»
t
Sf] Melton *f
P/tOisittsWhBt
|lttd upon motion of cotapfoia
(ordered i fat tmlps» the as id de»
lor, appegr, plead, * newer, or tie
tuptsinaniV Bill, on or before tiic
of this Court, the #*«i bill, mat
eroia çoritotoed will be taken ns
■R him, and such decree made ibtie
«hall think «niiteWimtdjwt.
ÿ.hor ordered, .hat the c> »pljßWW*
tyy of tlife order to !* pnhtHhed owe u
moo Ills »iiweesiwiy.i« theoewspnper
published in the Town of Wuodvdie.
by the name ®f the "SoutWt! F imiter" and
p'of t lie same po«ind at the door of the 'Court
tune, of Askew Com.', y for the Mate
.
it j
» a, is nota
À Innitrtbf
■t* counsel^
ud am.Jdg
ur to thejfl
.•XI Jatte«)
•re and thin,
of
of
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_____ ___ . .. ... W*
STAIR OF .MJSHISSIFPI,/ of
Wdkiaaou Ckuintv. y Six.,
aiiAi ■ ' Ô OnrtU-«*' CotfBT, J
_ ... _ __ Augwu 'Jena, i8S2.y of
^IIE Administrator of Jubu ikjrineli, «fecoastju,
hayihg ut I tic presv-m iwtn ol tb<* Court exAuated
a« ticcount und itwiwwg uf the debts and pemonal
«tala on oath, which is examined, allowed, «ml «d
ordered tp record,™ toy which siatemenl it appears (he
to iht* Cttdrt that the peWonai estate of the sa,u *ge,
decs»*«, umnflkieui to pay the debts tliereof— I stay
H « tiivieivm ordered that a citation issue to all
pei WB* lEtersated m the lauds, tenements, and here
diminua* at the saiddecedent, to appear belbre the
Court on the first day ot the next October Term to
oi the said Court, tu show cause, if any they can,
JÈttÉ* l*sda, tsnetnenifland heredilsments uf the Jlfic
fjç» i|«Ch thergy fief,
0
of
who
jn
L>
, ^ TWCX.
July Tins, im
ctt. I FT appearing tuBfeimy,
•• *»- > isfitcihirioi liiir cmiri, that
Joust U. W,mss«.«. ) the Defendant Johw li.
VVomkxck, !» not a rendent of this State, hot re
ifc'yond the hm'ls titereof,- and upon motion
mphurwm'* eumisei,—it is ordered that unies*
tin* «öd defendant,' Jçnn O. Woouuaçk.^pvie.iq
plead, VnSwer, or demur to the said complamard's
Btil, on ur before (be first day of the next January
Term of this ütkir, the saie hill, matters and things,
therein Ciint dned will betaken, a#confessed against
him-—*nd auch decree made Hierein as theChsfl
ceilm «hall dunk equitable and just. "
And it is further ordered timt (hocompleitiÄd du
cat mn copy of thj» order to be published once a
wsmk t-.r (intapiMiitbs ouccuMiteljr, m the nevrspn
f-sq pnnttd and puh.'i-Hed in tire Town of Wood
vjHe.ktipwn and «tied by ifa qatne of tlie dSbotlh
«rn Fiaotef" and a copy of the sanio posted at die
of the Court House of Adam* County, for die
**uie »twee of time.
Tntc, JA3 A. GIRAULT.
Hr- sam*
»
Mabe A. m
sides
of Co
,
not
try for paying c
deceased, and it ig likeriise <ndc
i»w.< , that the
foregoing order tie published according to lew.
A rue copy nom the minute«
Aussi, i EDWARD EEL^LSi Clerk.
36 By Gko. W. Mut,**, p.
• THE uBdersipneo Having been appointed by
the Huii'Ue, i BOMAi H. Pkos.-bk lo survey, di
tide, snd make MrtittoD into two ctjual paru of a
certain iraci of laud adjacent to, and on part of
which the lown'oj Fori Adams is locijied, coo'itm
ing by estimation une hundred and two acre* A 96
!00; the half part of winch is claimed by William
J one«, and the other hall is ropuied to belong
Babrille, hi*1ieira or pro|»u representatives; have,
m eXMüHKW of the charge, surveyed and parution
' 'he sacte *ccoulint,ly; and in conformity with
Staline in such case provided, we have appoint
ed Monday the eiglu of October (next month) to
nu m at the store of Isr.iel T. Browning, in Fort
Adam*, to ballot in behalf ot Hie respective
claimants for the shares into which said laud luis
been divided, where those interested may attend
it they think
HOBT.
of
of
tice
*
the
NORWOOD,
!* WlLU L. BRANDON,^ ComSrt.
SAM». WOODS, S
September t, 1833,
TBTt-iu
4 NOTICE.™
LE TT' RS Testamentary were granted to the
undersigned at the May Term 1832, of the OrphÉss
Court ol Wilkiusoti county, on the «state oflsaac
Johnson, lat« ol'tsid county, deceased—any per
haviug qjanns against
icm within the time
JUw3
the deceased,
presenhed by
I Executors.
soq nr
will
taw.
JOSEPH JOHNS»]
WM. JOHNSON.
August 30,1832.—3S
«
i2o ïïEwssm
f RANAWAÏ in Hm night of ihe ibinl in»t., two
negro fellows, vistc Richard, «horn 30 yoars of ago,
j 6 fret seven or eight tnclu* high, nearlv blac , his
.logs are JisprhjtorUooaMy long to hw body, his
, wrtfc tong and measured with a spring step, and
j Ins right foot has a twist inward—is submissive
and very poWe.—Miner, about 46 years, 6 feet 4
inebes high, yellow or copier coluur, hghi mane
bur well proportioned, his face m a little sharp, h is
noso jiretty high, in Ins deportment forward, hut
haa a uhy appearance, and does not look v«u in (he
fac« when spoken tt>.—Tleiae negroes 'wore pur
chased of Cok S. T. Dawson, at Natch«*, on ihe
t>a first ti a earr iage drived the
ÿf'i* aTjcir- rout bus been from
B of negroes) i„
>. supply of pi o v itaons aud tiwir clolhiug,
ich was, their negro uniform, corduroy
ict Ktd trowsers, and small new black
w„.h cons will be paid for
turn lut either, or swum
a
j I
118th of April
| second as a ta
ot
.
on»
re
or injitodor.,
*ufliei«it Itl %. thrt* safe keeping 5 ,
jéo. F. CARMICHAEL
htw 2», 1832. , -,
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ci
am*
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w m ■•'
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ns
u
•*'f : ' ••■ ù
»ndewtghed has • tftiand, a handsome a»
of ImMtei) LEATHER; eoosiaîiûg of
BMÎk'fteskft Ôh Banda* &d* and
. ..._ _ „ rr—oil nfteKrh he will self on rooderste
term», or I «trier for HIDES. He baa also op band
snasaortmem ofSHOES, made by fimt rote work
D BOOTS
s ofJohn NeU
FOR Sate at the
assortment of Shoe* *nd Boots, cf find
made at the CaledonhfFpfinpi.
Seplemti.T 1st, 1839. _
i«t
ity
55
A. DANIEL.
August A,1 8 32. 31
Tanning & Shoe-Jinking.
TOE undewgrted enlarged their TAN
NIN« FSi'ABUSHMKNT, and moved their
sissÂÂrÆrLor
!*U MCMtRTHY A C'O.
Who have at pioSeni workmen uud materi«!» not
inferior ta »qy in the state, and would be bnpp
snppljr their old customers' and others, with
■hut* in thoir line. Tliey intend keeping a supply
of BOtfDp & SHOES, at Mr: I Dll's Store in
Mount IHo6**Kh-—^and ajeu at Mr. Joseph Bdver
son'* in Woodvill* *' ■
of
:* '
tho
MISSISSIPPI I
iVhiif Suhl In tr Snritio •<
» r nut auljjnur springs.
THÇ proprietor of this Waiering Place takes
this method of announcing to the public, that io is
>rt»w prepared Ip a«oeivo vftitors, liaving erected a
fergdAnd commodious building »ince the last sea
«ru. . V r
Three Springs are aituated in the west of Copiah
county, about thirteen miles from Onllatin, and
twonty-five from Port Oihson, on the moat direct '
rewte, -tor twenty-seven mile» via Brandvwine
Springs, being »even miles from the latter place,
W* highl and justly reputed the most healthy part
of the *taie;»timinding with the finoet water, game,
Six., aod in the hmiom of an intelligent and re
spectable community. There are several place*
of Religious Wowlnp wifeln five or six miles, and a
Post Office within three miles,
The Table will be furnished with the liest (lie
country afford*; the Bar supplied with a well select
«d variety of wine* and other liquors; aiid having
(he best ofservan» and ostlers, with plenty offer
*ge, &c. Ac. nothing will be omitted to make Hie
I stay ttfeuch as may visit the IVGtc Sulphur Spring*
cimifrruihle. *
As these waters have never been submitted to
proper teals for analysing them, it ia impossible
to point mit. their constituent etoment*. Tlie pio
prieinr therefore can only say. that the moat scion
Jlfic persona who have visit'd ilieui mule in tin- he
fief, lhat they cpptaiu Sulphurated Hydrogen lias,
0 qombmatiuH with Iron, Soda and .Magnesia.
Thefeare however,« great variety and abundance
of waters, among which ate several springs, p
nounced by geu' lernen of the iirsi respectability, and
who have visited all die celebrated watering places
jn Virginia, to possess similar properties to the
While Sulphur Springs of (bat aisle
L> . v * JOHN SFF.EI),
27
a
v to
anv
SAME. McMURTRY At Co
, Match 17,1832
11
O
June 2lui, 1832.
JN «»tice
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that it if required by the
President and Directors ofthe West Feliciana Rail
Road Company, that each Stockholder of the Stock
of said Company, do pay on or before the first day
of October next, five dollar* on each share of Hier
said stock, and that the President do give the no
tice required by tlie Charter
* By order of the Board.
JOS. JOHNSON, President.
puM 13, IB32.
T NOTICE.
WHISKEY by the Barrel, Quart and Gallon
Lard by the Keg—Mackerel io half Banols—
Bacon Haros, and Shoulder»— Rice Molass-* by
tlie Gallon—Sugar by the Barrel, and at retail
—Coffee in quuntily lo suit the Purchaser—Choc
olate—Soup—Candles—Cigars and Tobacco —
Also, Dry Good»—Clothing— Hat»— Shoes—Boots
—with sundry sriwies—low f or CASH.
GA1TREE A ARMSTRONG.
-—
July 6, 1833.
..Notice.
THE undersigned Administrator on the Estate
ot William Melton, deceased, will, at the next
September term, of tlie Hon. i he Orphsus'Court
of Wilkinnon county, present his account of said
administration for final »rudement and allowance
•••i PETER W S'.ri'H, HwV.
August II-, 183 2. 32
state' oe Mississippi
WiUdnton County,
PtBsTwoou Smith's Admr.
his
his
4
is
(he
ihe
i„
for
/ « Fa to October
Term,
■ ^■PPP« I 1832,,. ;
BY virtue ol the above menilOqnd exccutioa to
me directed, by the Honorable C'rcuit Court of mid
Couniy, 1 shall, on the Third Monday of Septem
ber next, at Hie Court House in said County, ex
pose to public sale, for cash, all tne right, title and
interest ol tho above named Benjamin Ecciea to
a ceruia tract or parcel of LAND, situate on'the
waters et the Buffalo«, nod lying abovri the lands
of James Mc.Ncely, being port of fractional section
No. XA&SL in township No. 3, of range No. 1
west; containing sltogetber 324 79-100 acres—
and bold and ownéd jointly, by E. H. Walles, snd
ilie said Benjamin Eccles; levied on to satisfy tho
above execution and costs. •
V».
Brmabin Ecctus.
WoodvHIo, August 6tb, ldlt 32 '
iU7'*.T-Bm'ge,
1 FTTPR«» «f tl, tw i , i
ledtoiheu^e^ntdMubL^ ,0 I " ha, 5 n 8
tbe Probate ConSw'AiuM. 1 1 'J Pwn *». * 832, ^ ;
♦ , .rr^uv
j
5 ,
Jeased, noUct
jitet»V®nd to
t«> present them d
MM.
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t:
LAW Nomas
lïîii3
^ OFFICE Oo Book Street, #wi
*ti>
kU
te ihr
WoothiUr, Avgvrt IE, 1832. 33
~~ JOS. k STREET,
AttokneV & rotmsstLoit xt Law,
HAVING 1 nested himself in Wondville,'n»j>ï
fully oilers his pnoftwumal seniecs lo tire peopl#.
He will Attend the Cilfcnlt, County dr Ihobait
Court* of Wilkinson, the Circuit Courts of Amite
of land Adams Connies;— »Go the Supremo A Chu
eery Courts heldat Niitchee. lit* office i* ifi t
westend of Joute' new buiirimg, on mo Sou
side of the Public Bqu re
July* I 183?. 29m6
PRESTO* W. FARRAR, «ill pramicei^iw
in the Gourt* of M'llkijinon County and the CircuijAf,
Conn of Adams, Franklin and Amite, aod the Su-y
pretne aod Chancety Courts of the State. OflH*.
Wo>xl».ll., East rule of the Square, tho same occ%
etofor# by Smith and Farrar. i*
«
"
Jn
,1832.
-
THOMAS C. WEST, will practice xaw in
tlie Com is of Him countyf—Also in (ho Circuit
Court* of Amite, Pike and mnklin; and inGhe Su
premo, Chancery, and DiSlrict, Court« at Nalrhet.
(Jfiieenexl doorlo tlio '1««»™. Ke!logg , s. i
U'ixhMUc. Ajirtl ?B(A, 1832. 17 '
^~a~m7i>ww, will luaciice I>aw in tiie courts
of Vr'dk.Msnn, Amite ami Pikcooiuities— Su
A Chancery courts. Cilice in Woodvillfc, r
iy occupied tiv Messrs. Smith if Farrar.
Jime 2, 1832, 22inf. * JÜ
I A. S. RANDOLPH, Attcrney and Counsel
lor al l*»| having seltl«! himself in Woodviilc,
~ profüJ!iunil ptr , füB to hlt IWcml , Hnd lh ;
public. He will practice in the Circuit Courts of
Wilkinson and Anrite countios, and the Supronir
nud Chancery Courts in Nate he?.. His ( dlice is
on the North-rastcrn corner of the Public Square,
M'oodville, Fell. It, 18,32. e s
""cuTfvrFvTx n ri ViFTVnTST'"
C HA l i\CE J if H. D. KLLLOGft con
' , " ue *° P r " cl,c * ' r nw "» heretofore —Their Of
«pp<>*to the Hank.
WoadnUe, January 8, 18.32. 3yl A ,
preme
rveent
J W. GILD ART / J J. E VELE tH,
CormdEUORs fo ArTonr.Eï* at Law, 1
HAVING associated ilienitelveti in the practice
of Law, will attend to all profession al business
entrusted to them in thi Circuit, County, A Or
phan* court* in Woodville.—1'liey will attend
Supreme & Chancery Courts of the State A the
Circuit Court* of Amite, Franklin and Pike Coin
ties.—Office Ensi side of tho Public Square, op
posite the Court House.
Wnodviile Nov. 20,1830.—14 tf
in.
A LFRED BYNUM will prartire Law in th» Court»
sf thi» »nd the adjacen' coundea. Deed* sf cun
Veyante, hond», mortgage», fa., will he dialled at the
•horteet notice.
June 28, 18*3.
I M---.4. J
T C BKOWNACO
HAVE received tn uddition lo their general as
sorlment of drug*, Ac.—
Hydriodate of Potass,
Lytharge,
Cjiric Acid,
Gnm Elcmiy
Burzoio,
Tragucantlr,
Copal,
Petroleum,
Syrup of Buckthorn^)'
Cinnamon Water,
Salacinc,
Hydriodate of Iron,
Macassar Oil,
Hoffman's Anodyne,
Magic Matches,
Elastic Catheters,
Smith Prenl is Fancy SoafJ,
Veslimentul Soap,
Chloride uf Lime,
Chloride of Suds,
Solution of Ditto,
Black Snake Root,
Hemintliocorton,
Oil of Copaiv,
Oil of Amber, Rent
Oil of Vitriol
Croton Oil,
Pnlv. Ipecac,
Red Lead,
Moxons Aperient M«gnesi$
Oil of BHckpepper,
Male Ferne,
Silvur Lancet Case,
Breast Pipe*,
Nipple Shells,
Cream of Soa|i*,
Corsican Wortnseed, if c,
August 23, 1833
•i-i
rOH SALE,
ON a credit Onlil January next,
3 OX WAGONS,
1 HORSE W AGON,
And a quantity of first rate Old Type MtUil, for
Gin boxes.
COTTER A LENOX. ÏM
Wood ville, August 18, 1832 33 w4
NOTICE.
PURSUANT to law, I shall ex
\* «e to public auction lo the l.ijriiesl
bidder, for ready money, at'the «hurt
house of Amite comity, Miskfetfopi
00 the FIRST MONDAY IN OO
TOBER NEAT, g likely negro man
named BOB, who was comuiitled-to Hie Jail or Bald"
r nty as a runaway, and who has been, advertised
such for six months. BOB says hJCLpwio
Alexander Duval, living near the town oYi itotnn
l/fi»isiann, on the opposite side of thejRiv
i er- Bob appears tob«. 28 or 30 yean tifa»rit dmU
befRgrate'complBgtoo^feet 7 1-2 mehr* high, hnd ot
^ ; commirtRJ a oottna shirt, French drilling Mata*
^ -.
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MÏÏÏÇJU, \
COMMITTEptoihtTor
Ormnry, Riale „f '
«T* ISth lnetnm, by W m . fÿj
l " 1 Bèijr,,' « OM» msoi turned Ê
Wt»«J ,» jj
Mit
uRS mil.-fromMoii
q about 88 or *8 v**i
■ ; ? huj
tiawfotphcad, nttltiH on th<' m
• i 7 hjsNef' Ayefirow much *31
i?oat, which.lie «ays wap done in-«iilUl
'rtioru true, a.nte he left boOicdehe hits ihi
once of haut
tr-nnd in tent
eoiiiui aiiiii^ old îdue ÎSoiuî clolfi
pafttalnons,'awl an old white w.
has been omlibout six wék».
Inin is dark, W J
owner of «till negro is ryayuesfe
ipso him nul of Jail., I
MORGAN DA VIS, SlirfP
, . , , «ji %, - Amite Com
Uhcrty/Awitc C$Nfa„ A,,ri! n,
" ,» J
HTED to the J«
gro mao calling lumself A
and aay» he lielonga.^ii V
toiitt/a Frenchman, • tboUIJJ i
tha city of .Ne<v-Orlnana, on the Fasi
river. AuHutny appears to Is»-be
years of a*e—he says he is near thi
inches hi«h; atout huilt; dmk
scar over his left oye, i
podienenf in hi* speech,
a fine cotton alun, coftonudo pantaloon*,..®
mettoJtat.
Tins owndr of said negro is requeued
charges and take him Out of Jail.» |
.MORGAN DAVIS, Shf. if Jaffa
Uherty, Ami'eCo., Miss., May 13, 183?.
M Iivina.
•0,
-T®oMf built, G
.,-isr on h
! scar
much whi
OB
M on
ic<
Su-y
i*
arid
ar
18:
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in
i
;
of
is
,
9 county, Miafissppii,
by
tween j
irlyt 8fi
complex**
nod has a const
Had on when
NOTICE. 4
tVAS Committed 1 to *th8
Will: I noon (Johety, State ol
jv dppi, on the 30th day of Au|
Bj. y Joseph t.reen, Esqr., ss i
•'wav, a negro boy whu calls hi
I JOHN, «nd says he belongsiti!
■mnA' l>t', living in East Bit«|fl
Loinsu iu;—said negro u about five feet i t
indies high, 18 or 80 years of ngg—hld <«a
of cassimeve pantaloons and cotton shirt—dJ
gro is of s dark complexion.
The owner of the above described negrJi
quested lb comply with the law, and take bia
of Jail, or he will lie sold to pav jail arid ol
benj - •TURBEVl&Éîiij
September 8, 1832. 3$_ ,%
' NOTIß. ~ ^
COMMITTED to the Jail of A
County, Mississippi, by Cbftrfet
vt* 5 Eaqr., us a runaway,^ N
Mart who câlin hi*
maboul 4Q,ye«r»
L
«
t
—l»as stool wliwkoiy—yibooV Av" >i*n Iff
high—him sundry article* oridlotlimg.' fii
pro he bfilong* to John.»*dry, of Atts
Louisiana. ®
The owner of the above negro is reqi
comply with the law, and take him out of!
MORGAN DAVIS, Sheriff if J
imite Com
Liberty, Amite Co. Mi
.lune 17, 1832

NOTICE
WAS COMMITTED t^|
ot Amite county, on (be «7
of June, 1832, by Charts*:
Esq. a negro man who call« hi
JOHN, and say» he brfnngsj
son loso, living in Aiakapr.^S
ana said negro is of black d
ion, about 30 years of age, #
1-2 indies high, has a scar above the tight*]
on When committed blue cotton pantalorw
roundalmut and old shoes The owner o(l
gro is requested to comply with the la*^
him out of Jail.
MfiRG \N DA VI h . herff it
Liberty, Amite County,!
June 17, 1832. J
,
26
NOTICE. -W,
WAS COMMITTED to
W| A-uto county,»n the Ißthd
yJST 1832, bjr 1
& rasp
lielong to a Mr. Rarry, livingi
naldsonv.le, Uui & Br Willi, ,. 6 ,«t 3 I
es ugh, »b, ut ra 0 p bla«C0l»|
" aS scar8 »kove his left eye, I*'
eves, find o n when commilted corderoy ps
blanket cap0i ruwAjde moccasins:
HEIWY
i. Stewart, Jr. 1
o«H Ihetr name*
MORGAN, and
MORGAN is
incites high, dark compfexi
K forehead, full eyes, high icnee
-23 years old, had ot^H
taloons, blanket capo, sod
lgr moccasins.
ÏM
X • ;
The owner of Ihe above negroes d WQJ>
comply with the law and take them «ut it
M. DAVIS, Sheriff if J\
Liberty. Amite County,
June 18 th, 1833.
26 . j'
«50 REWARD
* V UAi »T AMP
-
RAN AW AY from tho subscribers on lb*
■ ,a,ull * r y *»*• 8 ,w R TO mnn named BEN. ««w 1
13 * bout 23 or 34 5" ! " r " of 5 ß* 1 5 a f |
"'ß« —"tom made—high cheek bones—n»"
P lexion and bas lost one of his front teeth in
Upl ^Q* <r ' * A
rt * above reward will be given lo any t
#i| l appreliend said negro and secure him
P*®«®* bim'twaiA if. take»'out of the St»
& '»konjg^c Stale twenty-five dolM *
ooe wlto will «cure him asd* 18 *,*
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