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"fTUa T KuciMVtd lioin Mew Orleans pel steamer Yazoo City a splendid ass n meat of To) 3 lor children, toother wit,, Si lrj,'0 Slock of Crockery. Ware, Family (Ii cenes, Nut?, of all kind-, U i i., (' ima's. F-f. I'rur.ns, IVsM-t'v.-.-s, J. Mw, Ctrdivs -a' lllviiiih, rtoli 'lit Uruid Ca.r. i.iiy of -iIk Dm'. Factory. . . ALSO, ;i,O0O ! coain sacks, fot ale. S. S. CALDWELL, -No. 10S, Mio Siit-ut. Yazoo Citv. Juno 1 5. MJ. 41) t. , l ... Administrator's Sale. AGREEABLY to an ordtr of the Hon ir 1 1.1 f l'rili:it( ('mitt nf Ynviifk rntintv. uiado at its May 'lVrtn. 1811, I shall, as ad ministrator of the Estates of Malichi B. ilatner, die'd. proceed to sr 11, before the fiont doo: of the Commercial Bank of Man Chester in Yazoo City, On the 31 r day rf July, 1814, tho equity of redemption in the following described Ileal Folate belonging to the said decedent, on a cr dit cf'twclvo months, toowit: one fourth interest in Lots, in How ard addition Ncs. 1 to USD No. 311 ex cepted the entiro interest in Lots 14, 15, 10, ':5,2fS, 27. 2. 21), 30, 31, 32,33, 218, 204, 291, 318, 319, 320,322, 323. 325, f HIE undersigned . havo this day formed - a cupirmer&bip in this city, under the liOYT, MITCHELL & CO., for the tnniction of a Factorage and Com Business, an J trust tlit their expe iHMic '-, with close attention, will enable them to jjivo entire sitisl'uc.ion to all who entrus; business to their care. HOY T. MITCHELL &. Co.' No. 4. Tchoupitoulas st. .Wait S. Hoyt, of Mobile,) IloBT. V. MlT HELL, j Nw Oileans, May 1, 1844. 47-lSt SAL7L UOODALL BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, fto 10, C AH E .STREET, NEW ORLEANS. SIGN OF THE BIG LEDGER. -YAZOO 31, 333, 3.?9, 359, 3G0, 301, 302, 371.-i7, 37;l, 374, 375, 370, 377, 378, 379, 398, 399 and 400; half interest in Lots 471 and 472; thre fourth intinst in Lot 220, also, lot No. 231. All of t he above lots beiiifr in Yazoo city, and arc mortgaged to the Planters Dank of Mississippi and to the Commercial Bank of Manchester Lot No. 231, is also morlgag. td to I). Wilkin. ALSO tho following lands, in Yazoo county, which arc also mortgaged to the. Planter Hank of Mississippi and the Com mercial Bank of Manchester, towit: The not tli half of the east half of north west quaitcr Section 3, south ha f northeast quarter of Section 2, west half northwest quarter Section 3, north half northeast quar ter and west half of northwt si quarter Se2 lion 2, southeast quarter Section 2, south cast quarter northwest quaiter anil cast half of southwest quaitcr and east half of Section 3, cast half northwest quarter Sec tion 2, west half northeast quarter Section 4, all in Township 11, Range 2, West. Also, a joint and undivided half interest with F. Stanton in the following lands in Yazoo county, (mortgaged as above,) the cast half of northwest quarter Section 29, northeast half of west half of foutheast quarter Section 30 south half of east half of northwest quarter Section 29, east half iiorthwest quaiter Section 30, west hf. north east quarter Section V.0, west half north west quarter Section 29, west half north mi: quarter Section 32, west half southwest quarter Section 32, southwest quaiter Sec tion 31. east half south west quarter and s nth half of west half of southeast quar ter Section 30, all in Township 10, Range 1, West. Only fuch title will be conveyed as is vested in me ns administrator aforesaid. '1 bo puiehas is will ho. required to give Loi.d am! undoubted s curitv. F. BARKS I) ALE, Adm'r. Yazoo city June, 14, 1844. 493t. Administrator's Sale. TJY nrt'i of an or'rr of the Probate Ji P "on c i of Ya.oo county, grained to the undersigned Administrator of James War- rtn, dre'd, I will, On Monday, the IZth, day rf July', 1S44, expose at public Fale, at the office of R Eaton Kv. E?q., in Yazoo City, to tbe highmt bidder, mi a credit of twelve months, the following deeriled real estate, to-wit: The undivided half interesM in the southwest -quarter of .cciion 21, Township 12, Ronge 2, west, containing irh'v acres more or le, lying and bring in tba county of Yazoo. Bond with approved eecurity will be requir ed of the purchaser. A. S. PERKINS, Adm'r. f the estate of J as. Wairen, dee'd. Yazoo city, Juna t. 1844. 48Gt, " The regular Packet Steamer - a in r i . " a . n n a v i o a urge aim we i assorted ptoi K o Jili ugods on hand, in every departno nt ftle lux.U amf stationary bunnc??, the? 'eapectfully call the attention of Ci:y and country Merchant, School leuchtTS aid lleaCM of tamihts to their, establish inenr, they h ivo determitiel to sell ai the low est cash prices, any thing in their line of business 1 deir Mock m all ties!), and slecUd with ih greatest ciuo anil attention to the wttnts of this Community and in quality and variety is not sur pafd by any in the South or Wett. Among the tock will be found at all times in quantities', the following vnluab.'e and popular School Books and Smtioiiiiry . lii'laof S iflicicr.t amount will be sold per good City acc ptancus. . Webster's elementary spelling book, best Edition. l''mcrton' new national Spelling book. Cobb's epfllin; book. . Nown'i Spelling book. Coinly's Spelling book. Parley's spelling book. Vat onal rroner. New England Printer. Common crhool Primer. Eineison's 1st, 2d, .'!d and 4th Readers' the most ponnhir Srhool r r.e? bf ih' nre' nt day. ' J Hooduch's 1st, -'d. 3d, and 4 h Headers. M'G.illVs 1st, 2!, 3d and 4th Readers. ' Scvr York Header Xns. 1,2 and 3, Hob 's Renders. Nos. 1,2 and 3. r.mcr be pTltS. IIOLLISTER will commeuce the iVi third term of her School on Mondav the '20th day of May. Arrangements Inn een nude with Mrs. Wliiimnu, to furnish accommodations of Board, Lodging, (Stt., for thi family of Mr. llollister, and for all studenis wlu may wish to board under their supervision. -These accommodations will be strictly private, bains; senerate and apart from the provisions of the the Hotel. - Pbices. Board per month, Bed and room furniture, 1 ' T Washing, ; ' - 1 Primaries, per muiilh, " Ordinary English branches Higher branches of English litera hire. 3 50 Latin and Greek lansuarue. 4 00 An arrangement has been made with a gentleman from Paris in Franco to instruct a class in the French language. He is also n professor of music and will , give jnusic lessons to such. as may desire it. Paymeat for board will be expected monthly or one half per quarter in'advance. TuitionVill be required at tho close of ach' quarter. - , Y7...o Ciiy.Mav.lO,lR44. 44-4: . aoo livery ;;ftallCa , A -r- r 00 00 03 $2 -CO : 3 00 BY ' ' v ' - Between Vicksburg and I'azoo CItr THE light draught and well known steam er Gov. Mordicad, Garland, Master, will ply as a regular packet betweenJVicks burg and Yazoo City, making three trips a week, leaving Yszoo City every Tuesday. Thursday ..and Saturday at 12 o'clock, M., precisely, and will leave Vicksburg on the alternate days at 12 M. The following rates will "be: 'charged throughout the season, of low water as well as high: - ' ' - Passjge fm Vickoburg to Yazoo City, $3 00 " , Liverpool, 2 00 Satania, 2 00 ft RiinfliKvur o. nn 44 L Sunflower, 150, " to the Bluff's or any . i " where bftlow, 100 Passage fm Yazoo Citv to Vicksbnrg, $3 00 - 44 . " '-. " Satartia, 1 00 " " " . . " Liverpool,' 1 00 Freight on dry barrels, , 20 cts - wet : . . - v 25 u ' per hundred lbs., ; 15 " on Bale Rope and Bagging 12 Passengers and shippers .may rely upon this Boat making her regular trips all the season, as .she is of very light draught. I hey may also rely upoouho.Gov. More. ' 4 a u it t ( "TJTHS.MELLAN, vou!d inform her friends and the public, that she ba3 taken tho dwelling part of the House known as the Comrmrcial Bank, where she is pre pared to receive and accommodate Regular and Transient Boarders.; Her 'House is larse and commodious, and -she trusts that i ii t . - . . Hi-: wm no able loaccofTimotlateher friends to trc:r entire satisfaction. - .:' Yazoo city, May 24, 1844. 40-tr. NOTICE. :V fN pursuance. of an order of the Probate i Court of Boli vet County, in the State of Alississippi entered at aba April Term, thereof A. D. 1844, 1 Joseph McGuire Ad : inistrator, of all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits which were of, the estate of Egburt Harris, deceased, at the time of his death uvtll ofier-for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder on the first day of June, next, at the dwelling bouse'of the undersigned Joseph McGuire, oposite'the mouth of the Arkansan'sas River, and town of Napoleon, on a credit of twelve months, a"ll the right, title and interest of which the said Egburt Harris had in and to the following described lands at the inne of his death, to wit: Fractional section, No. 7, I ts, Nos. 6, 2, 7, 11, 12 and 13; In frac- lional section. No. 31; in fractional section no 33; The uorth half of section No. 21, and all of sections 9 and 10, lying north of the Choctaw Boundary, all lying in. Town head's chargesbcing thesamein low water 1ship No: 22 of range No. 8, West, contain. C. J. DLACKMAII & J. VI1IFQED. njl A ViNG opened the well known Brick Stable, on J e ffe rso n Street, Yazoo Pity, it being ihe'Stieet which" Travellers. Drovers and visitors will enter the city most ly, and their giving particular attention to this business alone, hope to receive a liber nl nalrnnatra in tbpir linn Their eharoes -oniU.tl.ncsot t.eograpliy am. llutory the sh(jU be moderate t Primary Geography now in use. I i as well as high. The Captain pledgeshim self ta pay strict attention to his business in every respect, and be punctual in the lime of starting, and hopes to "receive a li beral share of patronage. Y.zoo City, Mav 17, 1844. 45-tf j 1 iur.U - Li k4:. Mitchell.-. Primary Geo'ninhy.. Parley's ( "copra pity. Smith's Gt'cgrajihy and Atlas. Ohio's Geography und Atla. MitclVir Geography and Atlas. Woudriilpe and Willard's Geography and Alia. Emerson's unrih Ameii an Aritlimetie Purt, 1,2 and 3, well known us the btst Arithmetic in use. Smith s Ariihmetir. Sinilcv' I'ederal Calculator. Daboll's, Davies', an.l Co.burn3 Aiithmctic. SmilhS Grammar. Creenlenf s Grammar. Murray Gramm r. Brown's Grammar. Ru?t-l's History United States, with questions. Russell's History Knglaud. Ku"8( 1 llistry France. Husstill's History Greece hw Rome. Grini-haw' Histories tor Schools. (Joldprniih's Histories, foi Scliooli. Worccstet' History nd Ch.trt. Lnrdner's Outlines .f Tnivt rsl History. Ty tier's Klenient of Univerjal History. Whelp'ej'icomppnd of Univcrsval History. Walker's sohool D ciionarv. Whft r'a chonl Dictionary. Worcp-'ter's school Dictionary, , . E.ncrson's Watt on Mind. lUirr Lectures University Edition. IttVir'slcctuic", Abiidinwit. ; Anthon's whr ln sericof I;itin and Greek Classics Andrew's nd Siod lart's Latin liooRs. I,c vfiftt'a Lcxi. on, D'Hirgan L sicon. G ndincr' Lt-jicon. Solirevd!is l.cxic'itt, FriMirh School B Ws m variety. Mrtlii.nl DuoU "f sill kini's. STATIO.AUY, Rccnrd B.iok. for Coi i ty and State OiTicps: Le.'g. rs. Journal .Dm B oksOish Bo, k. Steam But Book .oil Bills of Lading, nvule ofthf hc-t bine and white pnpfr, and strongly bom d. Letter paper, rub d nod plain, ci pi' per, ruled and pbiin, of ev-rv ki- d an I price. WrappiiiR paper, various mzcs (Jlol cs, sis, tiin Hnd twelve inches. Ink, made Mpccul'y fer Kecords. " C. pjinp nnd B ack writing ink. Prilltan red Cm mine ink. ., r BriAnl Boards and D -awing paper. .' ' I''nf and drawinr Materials. - Cipii'g pieces, ( opying Books and rnftcritlF, to gether with nil ki"nds of Stattomty s.iiti."b'e for Cmintrv Merct;ant?. aiul Public Institu 1 j - - , tioni. W. i- Co., have also become the Age.nt of the "Amer can Bible Societv," "The American Sun day Sehool Union," and have all their Bj .ks or- etantly oil hand, and can ut au times furnish them in quantities. , v . New Cleans, April 20,1841. 4My Keeping horse per month, $10,00 Single feed, 23 other charges in proportion. They have also Road Waggons, Teams, &c. Sic, for hire. Those favoring thetn with a call, will have their'baggage sent to any Hotel or other place in the city, without charge. . We also have lots with shelter and water for Drovers, and all Horses put up with us, ill be provided with good bedding. Corn, Fodder, Oats and liny. BOUGHT AND SOLD HERE. Instructions strictly adhered to respect ing horses, &c. &.c, left in our charge. 07 Call and see us as you come in. Yazoo City. May 4, 1844. 44-tf WMLAFJT, P. C. WALLIS, Master, will continue to ply regularly during the season between this place and Vicksburg, leaving here on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays and the latter place cn the alternate days at 12 1L pre-Mscly. Yazoo Citv.Mav 24. 1R41 ' .40 f Insolvent Notice. rillUE undersigned were, at the May Term, 1814, of the Probate Court of Y'azoo county, appointed Commissioners of Insidvnncy upon the cstato of . Malachi B. Hamer, dee'd., we wt'.l mt the Second Sat urday of every month, for the pnsuinsr six month. at the office of Q. I). Gibbs, Esq., in Yazoo city, for the purposo of auditing claims against said estate. Q. D. GIBBS. F. W. QUACKENBOSS, D. WALKER. Commissioners. Yazoo city, June 7, 184 4. 48-if. ""blank declarations. For sale at this OFFICE. Insolvent Notice. THE undersigned have been appointed Commissioners of Insolvency, npon the estate of Abner G. Harrison, deceased, and will meet at the office of J. &- W. Bittaile, in the town of Benton, on the first Saturday i of each moth, forth the next six months, to rrpiv and credit claims anainst said es- tatO. - - WILLIAM ISA I 1-AIL.E., . EDWARD A. LEWIS, CH AS. E. MOUNT, Commissioners of Insolvency. Benton. March 30, 1844. 1 30 0m PROBATE NOTICE. Mate of Mississippi PROBATE COURT, YazuoColntv, .$ April Term, 1844. . . AGREEABLE to an order of the Probate Court of said county, notice is hereby iven to all persons interested in the lands, tenements and hereditaments of Abner G. Harrison, dee'd, o be and appear before the Probate Court of said county, to be held on the fourth Monday of June next, then and ihere ro shtiw cause, if any they can. why an order should not be made for the sale of the real estate of said deceased, lying and be ing in the countifs of Holmes and Washing ion and Slate of Mississippifor the porpr s-i of payment of debts against said estate, to wit: The north west quarter ot north west quarter, and east half north:. west quarter, and west half north east quarter, section No. I, "township No. 14, range No. 1 east, and north east quarter of south wester quarter, section 23, township 14, range No 1 east, containing about 4240' acres, "lying in the county of Holmes, being a half interest in said lands, entered by N. N. Hurst, and by him sold- to Jemieson &. Harrison Also the whole interest in the west half north east quarter .and the south east quarter. ecuou 21, township 14; Range No. l,easi, containing about 210 acscs, Also, lying in Holmes county, likewise," the south west quarter of section 28 and south east quarter section 29, township 15, range 5 west, and the south eapt.q'iarler section 24, and south west quarter section 25, township 15. ratine t west, containing about G40 acres, lying in Washington county and State aforesaid. - .And is further ordered that publication of this citation be made in a public newspaper published in the State, for, the space of 30 days," and that citation shall also. be set up at three public places in the counties where said land3 are situated, for tho same length of time. : - s Witness the ' Hon. James .R. ;Bnrrus, Juda' of Probote of the county of Yazoo, iruruiatiiUB avenouec. No. 53, Common Street, New Orleans. AGENlS FOR . " Whites N. Y. Type Foundry and the Hoe Printing rress Manufactory ' ".; HAVE IN STORK The following assortment of Paper and Printing Materials. PAPER -G00O. reams Priming, sizes from 20 x 30 to 29 x 45 inches; 5000 reams Letter and Foolscap. PRINTING INK-Johnson's Winter, Spring and Summer; News and Book; also, co lored Ink in canisters. t NEWS AND JOB TYPE. Nonpareil, Minion, Brevier, Bourgeois, Long Piiraer, Small Pica, .... rica, Pica Secretary,. English, Great Primer, Canon, Paragon Real Double Pica, Gieat Primer Script. Double Sm. pica Sec'y, Great Primer Sec1 And an assortment of Flowers, Cms, Leads, Brass Rule, &c. ALSO Stands, wiih or without racks; "News and Job. Cases; common and brass Galleys; Mallets Plainers; Lead Cutters; ComjM)sing Slicks; Furniture; Quoins, &c: OCT Orders received for The Hoe Pa tent Cylinder, Washington and Smith Prill ting P -esses; Bookbinder's Tools, &c. die. fjrOld Type received-.in exchange for now. iNarcti 1, o4-lt ins by estimate 1280 12 100 acres. The interest of the said intestate in the same be ing an undevided moiety thereof. And on the 1st Monday of July next, I will as Ad ministrator as aforesaid, offer for sale at public vendue, to the highest bidder at Mur dochs Ferry, in the county of Sunflower, on the Yazoo-river, on a credit of twelve months ftom the day of sale, all the right title and;, interest which life said Egbert Harris, had in and to the following describ ed tract and parcel "of land at the time of his death to wit: the east half of the south east quaiter of section 36, in township 19, of Range No. 2 west, containing 79 79-100 acres.. Bond with satisfactory security will be required in each respective case. r' ; JOSEPH McGUIRE, - . i Adm'r of E. Harris, deceased. April, 26, 1844, (Prs fee $20 -r0) 42 Gt Commercial Uank of Manchester,? Yazoo City, April 9, 1844. A T a meeting of the . Stockholders in the lil. Coiiimercial Bank f Manchester held at their tanking beuRe, in Yazoo C ty, n Mon day, tho 8tn inst., th IoHowib; gsntlsmen were apnointed Directors of Said institutieii for the next year. J." R. Ledfokd, J. J. WitsoN, J. W. Uahnett, S. -V. Mitchell. J. P-Bailey, E. B. Gkat.so.N-, P. O'Donsf.ll, He.nrt Vacghan, W. HcntixgtoN, A. Mcstjoce and F. W. QUACKENBOSS. At a mteting ofthi Beard elect, held at the Banking House, this day, Jehn.P tailcy , Esq., was unannimously elected Prffident. J. J. HUGHES, Cash'h. April, 12, 1844. ' 40-tf I). J. W ATKINS, TOJAVING located bimself at Yazoo City T""- would be happy to wait on any who may honor him with their patronage.' He will call at the houses of t!ifso who prefer it. Can be found at Dr. Djrsey'd office. Dec. 13. 1543, 23-3m NOTICE. Tf ETTERS of Administration having -oeen granted to the undersigned by the Hon Probate court of Yazoo County, at the February Term, 1844 of said court, cmtho estate of G II. Hade man, deceased. All persons having claims against said Estate, are required to present them for payment, within the time prescribed by law, or they will be forever barred, and those indebted to said estate are required to make speedy payment. II. HAYMAN. Adm'r. March, 15, 1841. 30 Ot par. ar. par. par. par. par. . NOTICE. ii . .tut'-' rrt ' m m tt win, at iueiiay . lerm, ic44, ot me ii- Probate Court of Yazoo county, make a final settlement of the Estate of John B Miller, dee'd, and surrendei my letters of Administration, when all persons interested may attend if they see proper, and also pie sent my account for allowance.. ',V ' ; NAT. ROYSTER, AdmV. : Yazoo City, April 12, 1944, 40::7t : - Notice. T ETTERS testamentary ; having r been granted to the undersigned,. by the Court of Probates of Washington county, at the January term, Av D. 1844, of s said Court ; qualifying him q act as Executor of the last will and testament of William Ley, deceased. Persons indebted to said estate aTe requested to make payment, arid those havfng claims against the'estate are notified to present, them to me wnhm the timo re quired bv law or they"will be forever barred. ' WILLIAM H. TAYLOR, ; ' ' ExV of William Ley. Feb.9,v 1S44 . , ... 31rst. Chancery Notice. Superior Lolkt of Chaj;ci:r, ) March Rules, of the State of Mississippi, J lSJt. James W. Barnett, coriiplainarif, i994 vs. Reuben Matthews, et al, defentants. UPON opening the matters of this bill and it appearing that tho defendants William II. Sims, and the unknown beirs of John Glass, deceased, are not inhabitants of this State, but reside peyond the limits thereof, so that an ordinary process of this Court cannot be executed on them. It is therefore ordered that .unless the said de fendants appear before tho Chancellor at the court-room, iinhe town of Jackson the 1st Monday in June, next, and plead, nns swer or demur to the bill of complaint here in, the several allegations thereof will be taken for confessed, and such order and de cree made therein 'asthe Chancellor may deem equitable and just. It is further or dered that a copy of this order to published in the Yazoo City Whig and Political Regis ler,once a week for two mouths succes sively. -, . Attest, R. L. DIXON, CPk Yazoo City, March, 22, 1844, 37-9t . Prs fee 15 00) NOTICE, AS Executor of the last Will and Testa ment of William J. Bell, dee'd, I shall at the next July Trm of the Court of Pro bates of Holmes county, movt 6aid Court for leave to surrender up my letters testamenta ry; heretofore granted to me by eaid Court in reference Uo said Will. I shall at the same time offer to the said Court an account of my Executorship and ask an allowance for my trduble: as Executor. EURWELL SCOTT, Ex'r. oi mo iasi win aua xestament oi wiuiam J. Bell, dee'd. May 1, 1844. 43-5t. Batik Note Table, Corrected Weekly. NEW-ORLEANS MONEY MARKET. Adapted for Yazoo City Market. STANDARD SPECIE. Gas Light and Banking Company, Bank of Louisiana, Mechanics and Traderis', City Bank, of New Orleans, Union Bank, State Bank, Canal Bank, Carrolltcn Bank, Sl'SPENPED FA NilS. Citizens' Bank, Consolidated Bank, Commercial Bank, REPUDIATED BASKS, Exchange Bank, 20 c Improvement, 30 c Bank of Orleans, " 25 c Atchafalaya, 20 c Blua BackF, 8? c MUNICIPALITY XOTES. " Municipa ity JSTo. 1, 20 pr ct. dis " No. 2, 35.. fi 44 labama, ,'20 ' Tennessee, 3 " South Carolina, 1 3 Kentucky, 3 LEGAL VALUE OF COINS. 30 35 25 per dol do. do. do. do. Eagle before 1834, $10,66 " since 1834, 10,00 Sovereign, 4,86 Napoleon, 3,85 Doubloons, Spanish before 1782 16,25 -alter 1782 15,53 Patriot 15,55 ! ith pieces 2,9 X Thaters 7,87 Forty Francs, $7ii' Georgia 5 br.m't5,0(i N. Carolina do 5,0(! Pistareen, !t Guina 5,0t. Ducat 2,00 Gewnan crown French l,0 Isoaie o'Or. 3,0( X Guilders 3,G4 Yazoo City trices Current. CORRECTED WEEKLY By MESSRS. ALLN Sc BARKSDALE. FROM TO lis. CtS fi;S Ct.-. ARTICLES. none. 1G none. 6 25 none. ( t 6 5 4 none. 4( tbe fourth Monday, of April. 1844 and seal sell 51 7 Acres or land in Holmes ui wio w-... - j w r ' -w- County, on Honey Island, on tavourable PERKINS & WILKINSON, ; Attorneys at Jjuxy, TTr7"lLL practice in the Circuit Courts of ' V V JT.eakft. Attalla. IIr!mt.a am Yajnn and in the Chancery Court and High Court of Errors and appeals at Jackson Address, Address, R S.G. PERKINS. Benton Miss. ,on GEO. B. WILKINSON, Yazoo City, Miss. Feb. 9. 1844, 31-14t. HEAR YE ! HEAR YE ! f Pi ft f H O I 11 L u v) V OUD'S celebrated Grand Action Piano Fortes, tor sale at the Benton Academy and at Yazoo Citv : These I'tonos wm re. ceive a full warranty, if desired, and be kept in order for two years without charge. Messrs. Loud and Co. of Phihdelph.a, have just taken the Gold Medal at the New York Fair.avvarded for the best Piano lorle. A. GOODRICH, Agent.: Benton, Jan. 5, 1844. : S6 6t. hhds superior Bacon, assorted, just IU nail aaiu I CIIAS. DKEIMS1INU. aJ - :a fmm . Cincinnati, and lor f'a'e bv 1844. GEO. CROCKETT, Cl'k. Mav. 10. 14S0. fors fee 520V 44-5t INSOLVENT NOTICE. J3 'TTIIE undersigned have been appointed by 1 hie. Hon. Probate court of Yazoo County, Commissioners of Insolvency upon the estate of William K. Sone deceased. They will meet at the office of Rr & J. J Holt, in the tovvn of Benton, on the firi Saturday of each month for the next sis months, to receive, ; audit and allow claims against said estate. ' . JAS. J. HOLT, WILLIAM BATTA1LE, W. T. FOUNTAINS, Commissioners of Insolvency.' terms; any person wishing to ptirchase, will apply to Dr. W. Dorsey, in Yazoo City. The title' is good and the land ' equal to any in the " state, and is in three miles of L. Richardsons' farm. immediately on the bank of Little River ANSELM W ATKINS.' ' NEGROES FOR HIRE. A S Receiver,, appointed by the Superior Court of Chancery, I am authorized to hire c?i! by thf month a number of Negroes, lelongit;j to james R. Creecy., Also, the Pleasant Hill I'hntation.: Persons vishinsr to hire, will please make application to tae at my plantation, 9 miles below Yazoo City. C. S.CRANE. Jr. : : Jsn id?, -?-if NOW READY At the Of ce cf the New World, UO Ann si TUB SKCOND NTJMEER OF TUB MYSTERIES OF LONDON. ' This work possesses a .powerful interpst, little ort ofitt ereat connteipiirt, "The Mysteries ol Paris,' and is supposed to be by the fame distin guished author. - ' - I rar.slatefl by II. i. jjemisg, ana published in Parts at 12! cents earh. J.'WINCIIESTEn, 30, Ann m. ti. Y. , 4 TOY 3 an Apprentice to the Printing Ijl. business. Ono from the country and aged .about 16 years would be preferred. Apply irnmcJtatrly, ' " Apples, green, - - - Lbl " dried, - - - bbl Baggixg, Ky., - - yd Rz-ntrli - v1 Bale Rote, It Twine, 11 Beef, itipss, ----- bb " rrime, - - bb1 cargo, ... bb' Bacon, hams, - 11 sides, - - 11 shoulders 11 Bctter, Goshen, It Western, - - 11 Beaxs, white, bb Coffee, Havana green, - lb 9 bt. uomingo, - it 9 Candles, eperm., - t. 37 j tallow, mould, lb 13 " dipt, - lb 10 Cheese, American, - lb 10 Cider, - lb none. Cigars, Spanish, - - m is 00 " American, - - m 8 00 Corn, in the ear, - bushl 37 i 44 eack, m - - 45 " meal, - bushl 50 Flol'k, superfine, - - bbl 5 00 Rye, - bbl none. Hat, - ton , Lard, - lbl 7 Molasses, - - gall Kails, - lb Oats, - - sack Oil, sperm., . gall ' linseed, - - gal roRK,mess, - - bbl 44 prime, - - bbli cargo, - - bbl' chime, - bbli 44 bulk, hojc round, lbl Potatoes - - bbl Rice, - - lb Sugar, brown, - lbl 44 loaf, - - U 44 lump. - - - lbl Salt, Liverpool blown, sack 44 ground, sack Soap, - - - lb Tobacco. - - lb Tab, keg Whiskev, (first quality,) gal Do. (second quality) 44 10 CI none 1 75 2 00 30 0.' 12 (X 5 00 I. id 10 S 0C none. 4i 2 00 5 14 none. 2 25 2 00 8 13 1 50 23 none 9 lt 50 JOB PRINTING Xcafly and Expeditiously executed ixt thU orncE.