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Holly Springs gazette. (Holly Springs, Misp. [i.e. Miss.]) 1841-18??, February 08, 1845, Image 3

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VALUABLE RECEIPTS -
Candle 3 that do not require Skit
n..o. Oandfes may be made to burn their
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r, s " 3Ji;iisii-piM' own wicks by saturating them with" a strong
ft'r en-icte!, r solution cf nitre, an-Jth&n thoroughly dry
,l l.Ti iftii" -veral cji:::- ;ng them. The causi cf the wick's refusing
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. v are ts'it! d to fjr colle cting
!,.'. ;h ul b i ea.itlt'i to domanJ
'V - -r ns p-ivinjr sni i t ixps
m i-.e amount pa i f, and on his
T vr ht the several coil'-cor. the
m of er to llu'rn all Mam re
,. i,'jy the js of the cminti 5, to
clft.-jTS into tlitir rrnpet
! t iries. on or before the fit--fMi'ch,
in each year, under
for non payment, as pro-
a:', ff ft i ! f j re to pay over
-j.- 1 - :t"l y thriiicl vts.
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t h i)"' nt r or ov. in rs tLereuf
a t - wiil.i.i t a o y : , 'n
pufcl-i'-r or pi'M'hasejs the
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,.; ' i,t th- Crirt of I'rubitrs
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m rio'ir ;i i" it v;i rviv
to burn is, that the air cannot get access
.o them The nitre, however, at a high
te:nr rature nil supply oxygen enough
for this purpose.
Cutter Pudding. Beat up from four
to six e-23 with a quart of milk, add a little
salt, and Hour enough to make it nour with
ease, boikhree. quarters of ac hour.
Apple Pudding. Pare and stew three
pints of apples, tnash them, and n Jd four
egs, one quarter of a pound of butter.suar
and nutmeg, or jjrated lemon. Bake iton
short crust.
To Siceelen IZznci l Duller The Ech.
du Mor.te Servant g y: "An agriculturist
in the neighborhood of Brussels, having sue
ceedtd in removing the bad small and dis.
agreeable taste fiom hu!ter by beating, or so
mixing in fifsh water wi'h chloride of lime,
he was eiicou raged by this happy result to
continue his experiments, by trying them on
butter 50 rancid as to be pas! us ; and he has
restored to butter whose oder and taste were
loiuppoitalle.all the sweetns offiesh. This
operation ij extremely simple at:d practica
ble to aH; it conhts in beating the butler in
a suficitnt quantity of witer, in which put
25 or CO drops of chloride cf lime to two
pound j of ba'.er. After having mixed i;
till nil its parts m contact with the wntcr,
bo left iii it for an h,ur or tw o, rif.er wards
withdrawn, rind w. shod ;m w in fresh water
f.e chloride c ii::e !;;iving nothing injuri
us in ir, can withfaf.ty be augmtntcd! but,
ilte i havinrr veiid d the experiment, it was
fiurid th:;t or U'.) drops to a kilogramme
of bu'U r wer suficient.
Indian slap jacks Scald a qua it of
In lia:: mt a! ; when lukewarm, stir in a ha!l
fiint of floor , fialf a pint of Hour, h.-.lfa tea
cup of east, and a little salt. VV'een light,
fiy ther.i m j i st fit enough to prevent their
sticking to the frying fan. Another me
thod id' making thrm, which is very nice, is
to turn boiling milk or water on !o the In
dim meal, in the proportion of a quart of
the former to a piot i f the hitler ; stir in
three lible sp.on?f ills of flour, three eggs
wtll beaten, and a couple of tea spoonsful!
of Silt.
Pr.oiH cr frcm mam'ri: Experiments
STRAY .SALES.
at tn.j cour house door ia "(he
ii i m. h't a inin g hoiin" j ia (Jtrminy have led to the following con-
iii ;oi 1 u-trn by t!. toils of rlusiur.s : if a given quantity cf land will
n
.! in.
filii I
is a .vord die tat. d
u ui fiii lioar!
motli-
produce five times the quantity sown, when
mam.rtd with old herb igo, putrid grass or
kav.s, car . a sttdf-s ,cce. seven times when
1 h t-.ir.-s of iif ar.;.- l'oi'cii irnnurt.! with co.v dung nine times with
t i h i- i .-: iio,' in.ia '.ice j iii feo.Vi dung ten times wuh horse dung
1 a who't! f.unilv. iwelvn tims with goat's and sheen's dunar
fiiurtei n lim s wilh human manure or
bullock's blood.
MolaS'Ls posset Put in a saucepan a
pint of suguhouse inobs'es, a tea spoon
tul of pow deri d gingei, and a quarter of a
poun 1 of f e!i b'itt r. Simmer it over hot
( o ils for h ilt' an .hoar, s'.iring it fi equeritly.
Tlo ii s:ir ima it t he j jiee of t .vo lemons, two
leu s jr. or.cf.il l.-mger. This is an excellent
it : f M.ti 1 in ta" wif an 1
i ..h.x't v- kioli-?5 3iti love pro-I
.;J uv-.t the b.id f.elings of a nattj
o 1 war Is and loks ch i ra-'ter-
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"RUfiuuv Eaw. Auhi f.rmi
;'. 'fi'r.i.,1 L....:. i. i;uiu .l.f
i n(''v f''-'iiari concerning tho mcessity
f u ' jtiVi.ess uf a charge of the rta'u
fnvs. Almost all disiot.-re?u d
: 3-o: -d. pariie?, including a large and
I 'st r-.'s Actable portion of the adoptrd ci'i-.-eaad
most re-speciabie pmlion of
;i:V ' J citizens, agree that the present
F8 a! things is proving destructive to the
of the country. But there aie
:eei-e;)ions, and these consist mainly
' -i.-ite party retainers who imagine
; ' Jbf unscitled claims for past services,
If " T. r M,.u.... . I .1... nMlnii,il
.. - ic aiaiuusio i;uc uirii iivi-uuiii;
'H; their pirtv. and nail in the form
ae comfortable office. This they call
':--iia xni consistency, Rochester A-
Gree v.
I.OIIul
eons' I; ;
T.VN
persons
UtjOCt to
i r. s n.:iic is slow o
d,
nposi-
ion I ).i tin;, account U is generally neg
h eir. I as s i:; ! re. The Lel way of cms
pioyin:! it is, nud ;u')tedly, in the forn cf
comport with" li.tve anJ eattl', or with liquid
or s oil I f.irm ya:u manure, ny wnicti pro-
Cedilfi' d
iii y i
f . ( ; ,,: !y hum tn'.ir ?p.'ut bark, and arply
the a'ii-s ;.i tlit ir nruuo I.
Co -kin:; nr.i. rs. Il-ivirg washed them
frue of ditt. ro tc- th-. m ia the lire as you do
rotate, s Win n c:;okr.l, peel and serve up
ii the tua ! -u :::r. r. Il i a dish fit for the
s!,iiin-!i iJihcii.t futiiions epicure at
i !,.;., t i ; : v s cro- wno irie; ir.
Ill r
i ukies. i ne l exas correspon-
Y. Tribune says DafT Green
J . f'resijem Jones a bribe to hurry on
VV'lvD' This is assigned as the leason
lb' h.H revoked Duff Green's recog
3aj Consul. The same writer declares
.'.Iai1J)rity of the piople are opposed to
I ,
I McNclty Defalcation. The
u7.. r- -Nu'.ty alleged he had denosi-
a . 'u J J of the miasinj?-fnnd?. have Dub-
"i ilf Ca rii ia whish lnty positively af
-p., uh is not lhe f-iQt. and that they
4 indebted to hirn. TVe also see
w lhal aboul 30,000. part of which
,'!:-r U? in New York' and lhe
iWinJa h,' his been forwarded .o
,smal, n.t0 meet lhe cla'm of the gov
11 amst .Mr. McNulty.Uaa Am.
uPTkey are troublesome. snrlnkle
rep ''rae m their holes and about
;Wiafi.congresale' aDd lhey "Jvi11 deParl
least, t .)
TrnN PiLY is Ij. Parson?, says the
New Gem so Partner, soaks his ruta b.igre-
d it laaners oil ; anJ tntu rous it in
! 'he oder keeps away the insects.
ida?ler.
A m iH qa tntity v.i cii answers
A ! E M PHI;, G IS 1 5.
- Cotton. We have another slight im
prove mrnt to notice m our market, conses
queiif on the recent foreign advices, andthe
condition of the market at N. Orleans Con
siderable animation has characterised our
market for the fist two days, at prices ran
ging from 1 1-2 to o cen's average; several
crops round have been sold at 5. and one or
two at 5 I-1 cents. We quote extremes at
3 to 5 1 !3 tents ; the bulk of sales being
made at 1 12 to 4 3 1 cents. The market
wears a 6rm aspect.
Our total shipments this season are to,-
000 bales. Eagl
AAURlED,
Tn CoiTeeville, on 'J7;h nit. by the Her. A.
Dryan, Mr. Uocr. Smitu, to Miss b. 1. Lyman,
formerly of this place.
rn ThnrsdajT evening the 20th January,
by the llev. C. P. Miller,- M. J:.
io3issMBV Jane, daughter of ilhaia l
GiU, Esq , all of Tippa County.
On the 2 Inst., at ifte reiience of Gen'I M
F. Deeratlenried by IaeReV...i. N. Cunnin?
ham.pastor of th- Preytenaa church at Frank
lin, Coh HENRY ALLE.V of Paiola coanri ,
Mi. to Mrs. MARGARET S. MALLORi ,
of William oa county, Tean. ,
DICD-ln this place on Sunday the 2nd int.
John Goodricli, infant son of J 11. ana M.
C. Nelson.
"This lovely bud, so youn?r, so fair,
Called hence by earthly doom.
Just come to show how sweet a flower
In Paradise would bloom." '
V 'IT'WL
STRAYS OF MARSHALL COUNT K
Taken uP br Benjamin Dcd J, 4 miles east of
Holly Springs, one dark bay or brown herse
left hind1 foot White; some whins hairs on the
shoulders, a small white spot on the light
hind thigh, star in the forehead, lo or 10
hands high, 12 or 13 years old, appraised to
820,00 ,
X town of Holy Sprin-s, cn lha laurtk Mooday j
mlerbaary, the luliowin-property as si rajs, 1
One H?y mare, taken up by 2. D. Slavton, ap
praised to v - - c..:MU
T,TAi?' Y'r , K' mare CoIr. tak Up LV
v ir.e.u-d II. V ilson, apprid to 17 56
AIm), One white wo.k fcieer, taken n-beJu'iin
V ii.on, appraised 0 -r . " j.j .j
Also, One Gray horse, taken an by John Tar
button, appraised to 14 00
A! o, One work steer, t .kea uo by John C.
!-,., 4 . 1 . . . 1 .
is..;u.r;., Kpi ra.-ea ty jq0(
4tso, A cow anj yeariins-. taken up bv A
4 iceuicin, aapraisea 10 10 0
m, act ear and steer, taken up bv Kd.
ward V.'a'k-r. snp;ai?ed to 'to no
Also, One .Meer, tak-en up by James II. lianer
aypraied to ; ,
JAS. II. S vVAN. Ran-ei.
BOOKS BOOKS.
At 11. I LEWis' DHU3 SiOBE
South Side of Square, Holly Springs.
WE have on hand the following Books,
which we will .sell extremely low Jor Casli
or on time lo punctual men. Come and see, we
are determined to sell cheaper than they can be
bought el -e where.
Miller's Letters,
enrobrh'ge's Mathemat
ics, l)avi' Shades & Shad
ow', Do. Description Ge
ometry, Uauk's" Ecclesiastical
11 1 store of riie TJ. S.
American Revolution,
Your, Cadet,
Worcester's Geogra
phy and Alius,
Lite of Joseph,
.New 8 stem of Mer
cantile Arithmetic
Parlor Songster,
Moot's JtlinKUes
Darby's Universal Ga- i Cooks Voya
zeUeer, Episcopacy Lsnra incd
Writings of Washing- Haiuhleji ol a Natural-
ton
Neuon's "Works
Horace, Virgil, Cicero,
Lie;;,
New Latin Tutor,
I' la vfairs Euclid
M iiiwriaht's Guide
Groves Greek and Eng.
Dictionary,
The Preacher, 2 ro!.
Life of Li vington
council of Nice
Ceauiiiuut on Gastric
Juice,
He unit's Rook-keeping,
Memoirs of Hannah
Moore
Chalmer's Political E-
conomy,
Life of Rev. Leigh
Richmond,
Family Religion,
Ahiiete i Family's com
panion, Davy Cro-ketfs Tours
: ADMINSTRATOR's natipp
he undersigned having- at the October
term 18 14, of the Probate Court of Marshall
County, Mississippi, obtained from said
v-oun, letters or administration upon the ts
we oi Alexander B. Lane, late of said coun
Deceased. All persons indebted to said
.a.ef are hereby requested to make. imme
diate navmpnf- nnd ihnto harm t;
j ...v.. uuiiu" biaiuis c
TISUA MING O CO VIS TY.
gamstsaiJ estate, are notified to present
duly authenticated, within the timn
scribed by law, or the same will be barred
JUHiN ti. ANDERSON, Adui'r.
them
pre
Smel lie's Pbilosophy,
(Jrimshaw's Greece
Catechism on Grecian
Antiquities,
Rnnyana Holy War,
I'salms and fly runs,
Seriecas Morals
1 lei . ey's Meditation
Life oi Jaekoa,
Emily's Geography
an t Atlas,
Gentlemen and Ladies
Lex ifon,
Mrs. H ill's Ilible con-
versatiins
En g I i s h Ci n: p ns i t i o n
C i nn i n g s c e o g r a p ; i y
aed Atlas,
I n te resting Novels,
i;t
Evenings at Home,
Solitude Sweetened,
"Worcester's Element
ary Dictionary
Pa ley's Evidences
Do Theology
Pastor's Testimony
Hopkir.son thecreed
Dr Lardeu's Encyclopaedia,
. Goldsmith's Greece,
Do Home,
Life of Guard,
Becnet's Letters,
Weem's Washington
Ingeroll's Grammer,
Lite of AJarion,
Irving'sj Columbus,
Thompscn's Seasons.
I Christian Professor,
Domc-tte Portraiture,
Barnes Notes,
Thorn pson's Nn rrat i ve
do. Guide to Health
Colbarns Algebra,
Testaments
Ileibers Sermons
Comstock's Chemistry
Pa ley's Synopsis
Mallbyrn's Geography
?nd Atlas,
Smith's Algebra
Pocket Aaps of the
difierent triates
Washington's Relig
ious Opinions,
Hodge's commentary
Kentucky Volunteers
James fc-mith
Piano Instructors
Grimshaw's Englan
Halls Sketches of the
Ile-l
Cupy Plates. Portfolios, Flrfe Tereeptors
Good Old Music, and a s arply uf Uuils, Letter
Papr, Wafers, Sealing Wax &.s. ... .
A inl Ekh, IrtJ 1 if. ' . .' . . t
is viscwli: n lstuiia ti ye
PILLS,
For the Treatment and Cure cf Fevers.
1st. Intermittent, or Ague and lever. 2d
Bilious Fever. 3d Typhus or Winter Fever
1th Hemiiien', or Yet Sow Fever. Inquire for
Dr. James M. Marlieu 's anli-biliou? Veg
etable Universal Life Pills.
Dr. Marik'n luiviug ued these Pills for ma
ny years iu nn extensive practice, is fully pe:ua
de.t that they are Mi ei ior . t.ny ineditine ol
cathatlio nature now btfoie the public, lor gen
era! u.-e. Ti.e preparation is t-cicntihe, and is
the result id much ir-caicb, labor and experi
ence, it will be hmnd mild, yet ellieaei.u., in
its operations renn-ving rdl ihe aci id. matte
from the stomach, bowels and inte: lines, witli
ont occasioning caber sickness r debility. For
saie Ly
LEWIS,
Holly
Pn-I
in:
Inquire for Dr. James M. Narlien's
AN V I-DISPEPTIC AND ANTI
CONSUMPTIVE PILLS.
For the cure of dysp?ptia, chronic cough, pai
in lhe breast, when the body is weak and emaei
ated, spiltirg of bloxl, chroi-ic diahreea, oreom
plaints of the bowels, palpitation of the hear
costive habits, loss of appetite, acidity of th
tomach, &c.
IstQiiite forIr. J. M. Iflartlcn's
Sever Jailing Worm destroying medicine
for Children.
This medicine is infinitely superior to any
o'her worm medicine thai has yet been offered lo
the public, in every respec', and for the purpose
tor which it is compounded, it has not its equal.
Sold by R- P. LEWIS,
Smith side of the public square
IIollv Spring MIsj.
Oct. 23, IS11.
r.:. COACH SHOP.
4rV4-?4: Waltliall & Webster
Toke this method of returninrr their thanks
to the Public for the patronage heretofore
extended, and hope to merit a continuance
of the same. They are still at the old stand,
whnie they are prepared to do all kinds of
Coach Work in the best and most approved
stvle. They have in their employ work
men not to be excelled anywhere in the
South. WTe have all kinds of trimming ma
erials, and pledge ourselves to render gen
eial safisfactioe in trimming Coaches &c.
One of the best Harness Makers in the
South is now in their employ and they can
supply harness ascneap.and as good as they
can be obtained elsewhere. Charges for
work moderate.
Holly Sprinps, Jan. 17,1845 3m.
By John C. Warren, living in North Mt
Pleasant; one bay horse, both hind feet and
one four foot white, near 15 hands high, 0
years old, appraised to 840,00.
By John Chew, 5 miles west of Holly
Springs, on the Wyatt road, one large sor
rell horse, 16 bauds high, 7 or 8 years old,
appraised to 810,00.
JAS. H. SWAN, Ranger.
Jan. 17 1845,
NOTICE.
m i
l ne undersigned, having been, at the
September Term,i844,of the Probate Court
of Marshall County Miss: appointed Admin
istrator of the estate of John E Carrington
dee'd, hereby notifies all persons having
claims against said estate to present them
m legal form within the time prescribed be
law or they will be forever barred. Per.
sons indebted to the estate arc requested to
make immediate payment.
WALTERS. CARRINGTON.
Administrator of
J. E. Cauringtox
Tak en up by Edmund Westmoreld, Hvi
ing 4 miles south east cf Waterford one
chesnutsorrell horse, right hind foot white,
9 years old, appraised lo 810.00.
Taken up bv Henrv Morcan. 3 1-2
miles South of Waterford; one bay horse
mule VZ bands high, byeaisoldno brands
or marks, appraised to $20.00
JAS. H. SWAN, Ranger.
Jan. 25:h IS 15.
KO.UCy M 5J T COME.
A LL those indebted to the undersigned
are hereby notified to call and settle by the
1st day of February next, or he will be un
der the painful necessity of bringing suit on
every claim. D. B. MOLLOY.
Holly Springs, Dac. 23, 1844 It
Holly Springs, December 20ih, 1844.
OXEN.
SIX fine young oxen well broke, ore
offered tor sala. The waggon if required
can be had with them on the most accom
modating terms. In payment cotton will
betaken at 4 L2 cents.
Enquire at this Office. Jan. 17, 1845. 4t
A CARD.
Many things have occurred, which
think, renders it incumbent upon me to pub
lish my prices. While there was a medical
Society in existence; was bound to be
governed by the rules and agreements of that
society. The society does not now exist,
I am therefore left free to establish my prices
as I seejfit; and do give below the prices by
which 1 shall be governed, in my charges
to all who may favour me with their con
fidence. For visit in Town, or within one mile o
he square. : ; : 81,00
" Every succerci.fg mile. : 50
After night these charges are double
For cathartic, pur laxative, 25 cts each.
Alterative and bsorbent, powder
per dozen. : : : : 1,50
Tinctures from 25 to 50 cts per oz.
Obstcterics : : : 10.00
Surgery in all cases, will be the usual
prices as charged heretofore.
Prompt pay will be required.
JOSEPH BRETNEY.
Office South East coiner of the square.
June 15 1844. tf.
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L LAND AGENCY.
As agent for the owners, the subcriber
offers for sale on the usual terms, the fol
lowing tracts of hnl. The titles are alt
tegular.
H CRAFT,
At Henry Anderson's Office.
Holly Springs, Miss.
EAST OF THE BASIS MERIDIAN
TIPPAH COUNTY
Division
T. R,
El &
&
N W i
X E
8 W
N W
N W
S E
N half
N w i
N W
X w
s w
X X
S E
s w
E 12
s w 1-4
N E
S V
X E
X WT
X E
S E
S E
X E
N E
S W
s w
S E
S W
N W
N 1-2
w
s wl-4 & b 12
S B hi
TV
N E
13 G 4
20 2 5
24 6 5
25 6 5
12 6 4
12 G 4
22 4 4
7 4 5
8 2 4
6 2 4
7 2 4
12 2 3
S3 2 3
In n
9 3 3
13 3 3
15 4 3
29 4 3
34 4 1
24 4 2
29 4 2
12 5 2
15 5 2
31 5 1
29 5 1
1 6 2
13 6 2
17 6 2
20 6 2
22 5 1
21 6 3
17 2 4
25 6 1
36 6 1
24 6 1
25 6 1
31 5 1
Divisiox. S T R
s 1.2 ,. 24 2 6
s e 24 3 6
s w 26 3 G
e 1-2 31 i 7
s 12 - 23 o fj
33 2 6
e .-4 3 3 G
s e 10 3 6
n 1-2 11 3 6
w 14 3 6
n 15 3 6
s e 1-4 15 3 6
IT A WAATBA COUSTyT
Division S T R
" s el-4 12 I 3 "
s 1-2 32 15 3
e 1-2 10 15 3
n w 14 10 15 3
n w 9 15 3
s 1-2 15 15 3
s 35 15 3
n e 1-4 23 15 3
s w 8 15 3
n e 14 16 5
6 15 5
w 3 15 5
4 15 5
n w 1 4 26 14 3
CHIC AS AW COUNTY.
Diaision S J T R.
n e 1-4 23 2 5
n e 4 5 5
w 25 5 9
s 1 2 . 23 5 9 -
5 6 6
s 1-2 29 5 6
n w 1-4 7 6 6
s w 1-4 6 6 6
n w 13 5 7
n w 4 6 8
e 1.2 29 2 8
e 4 4 34 5 8
n 1-2 & s e 1-2 4 2 6
n 12 18 3 6
n e 1-4 29 3 7
32 4 7
w 1-2 26 1 8
27 1 8
7 3 8
32 5 6
n e 1 4 9 4 6
e 1 2 18 5 5
n w 1-4 9 5 5
n 1-2 1 5 6
n e 1.4 2 5 6
n w 12 5 6
n w 14 5 6
n 12 19 5 6
n e 1-4 33 5 6
se 11 5 6
n e 1-4 11 3 7
s e 25 2 7
s w 3 5 7
s w 25 5 7
n 1.2 15 5 6
n e 1-4 11 3 7
e 1-2 36 2 10
s w 1.4 35 5 7
PONTOTOC COUNTY.
Division. j S T R.
s w 1-4 5 7 1
s e 13 7 1
n 1 2 14 - 7 1
n e 1-4 15 7 1
n e 29 7 1
n w 33 7 1
s w 34 7 1
5 7 2
s w 13 7 2
n 1-2 5-73
n w 14 ,3 7 3
s e 26 7 2
n w - 3 8 1
se 10 8 1
n 1-2 21 8 1
a w 1-4 29 G 1
s 1-2 30 8 1-
n 31 8 1
s w 1 4 36 8 1
s w 18 8 2
s w 25 8 3
n w 36 8 3
e 1-2 33 8 4
s e 1.4 36 8 4
n e 27 8 1
n 12 5 9 5
sel4 13 9 1
n e I 9 2
el-2 10 9 5
se 11 10 3
n 1-2 26 10 4
s e 1 4 35 10 4
s 12 12 10 5
s w 35 10 5
n e 2 11 3
s 1-2 2 11 3
n w 1 4 35 11 3
s w 14 7 114
s 1 2 33 11 4
36 10 5
MONROE COUNTY.
Division. S j T R.
n 1-2 31 11 G
32 11 ' 6
13 12 6
o 34 11 7
WEST OF THE BASIS MERIDIAN
DESOTO COUNTY:
Division. j " S j T. R.
n e 1-4 10 9 6
n w 4 10 6
n e 15 10 6
w 1 2 &s e 29 H G
s 1 2 30 11 6
n 1-2& s nrl-4 20 10 8
n w &. s e 21 10 8
s w 34 10 9
n 1-2 15 11 9
e 1 4 10 11 9
w 27 11 9
s w 117
wl-2 1 11 7
w 4 01 7
w 9 10 7
w 9 10 7
n tv 1-4 14 11 7
n e 5 10 7
s w 32 10 8
e, 8 11 8
s , w '511 8
n 12 34 8 7
e 1 2 . S 8 7
n e l-4 33 8 7
a w 1-4 9 8 7
31 10 6
PANOLA COUNTY.
Division
I s J
T R.
24 6 6
25 6 6
6 8 3
el-2 5 10 5
wl-2 4 10 5
n w 1-4 24 S 6
s w 1-4 13 8 G
n e 29 6 5
e 1-2 13 8 6
n e 1-4 33 6 5
n 1 2 24 9 G
7 10 7
4 8 8
17 8 8
w 1.4 15 9 6
n 1 2 36 7 9
s w lxi 36 7 9
n e 23 65
s w 23 6 5
s w 9 8 5
n iv 21 8 7
n w 36 9 6
LAFAYETTE COUNTY,
Division. S' j' k
11 w 1 4 21 "6 1
n e 25 t 1
25 0 3
e I 4 35 6 3
s 1 2 24 S3
n w-1 4 14 7 S
e 1 2 11 7 3
s e 1 4 1 7 5
s I 2 31 8 4
s w 29 8 4
n e 1 95
s w 15 9 4
s frac. 21 6 4
n 1 2 29 6 4
n frac. 30 6 2
s v 1 4 19 6 2
n w 30 G 3
se 35 - 6 3
s w 36 G 1
s e 22 9 I
se . 23 9 1
s 1 2 27 9 1
s e 1 4 28 g 3
s e 24 9 3
s v IS 8 3
s w 5 9 3
n e 23 10 2
s w 36 10 2
n e 23 9 4
n e 35 10 4
n w 26 10 4
s 1 2 I 9 0
s e 1 4 26 9 5
se 10 10 4
n e 15 10 4
e e 23 10 4
n e 33 10 4
nfiac, 3 7 4
MARSHALL COUNTY.
Division- S T R
n w 1 4 2 6 5
w 1 2 & n e 1 4 36 5 5
30 2 2
29 2 3
s 1 2 &. n e 1 4 27 1 2
14 3 4
21 2 2
sell 13 G 2
i9 2 1
n e I 4 13 G 5
w 1 2 11 55
n w 1 4 14 5 5
I 3 5
n e 1 4 10 2 1
s w I 4 18 6 4
n e 1 4 3 5 5
sell 1 65
n 1 2 13 4 5
sa 35 2 4
n e 1 2 3
aw 5 2 2
.aw 1 42
s v 12 4 2
n e 12 4 2
s 1 2 2 4 2
n w 1 4 7 4 1
e 1 2 li 4 1
n e 1 4 17 4 z
ne 9 4 5
e 27 3 g
n e 2 4 3
n I 2 4 4 1
s w 1 4 18 8 s
s e 19 5 3
e 1 2 23 5 3
s w 1 4 34 4 3
n w f3 5 3
a w 6 5 4
31 4 2
n 1 2 32 5 5
n e 1 4 18 5 2
YALLOB US II A CO UNTY.
Division. S T It!
3 n 5
10 11 5
10 11 5
STRIP.
1 Division. j S J T IT
Lo,s 12 3 4 1 1 5
8 1 7
10 17
n w I 4 21 19
il 2 12 1 6
9 & 10 4 1 g
L 8 19
n I 2 9 1 9
BLANK WAHRANTS lor tala at the
Gazette Office. Price 81,25 per qr.

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