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rEUAlMXa i the Tost Office at " Oiford, Mission the 1st day of April, which, if not taken out before the brat day of July next, trill be tent to the Gener al Pott OiTtco as dead let ten. Persona applying lor letters in thja list will please sy they re adverstiscd, otherwise they may not get them. . '"-- Arnold Nancy T Alston J D Alexander W W Archer VV II v Bowles B 3 Dowen Hugh Brown Joshua T ( Barker Eldridge . Barnes J T Bennett Mrs Bennett JC. Burnett Willis 2 Bennett W G - Brewer DDDf Barker E Bean John Barnes Jno T 2 Bearer W'm Bund Thomas Beaver Elizabeth ' Barr Silas BeazJey J II Caruthers Eliza F Crawford Da id Caruthers Eliza ' Cunningham Wm Cannell E P . Canaday Bcnj Camp B II L Callwell A T Mrs Cattrell II W Coffin W P, Carlton Alex . Cannon Ervin C Cane Re W W CofTee Harris Dyer J 93 ; Dowlen Step J Duke B B Dawcson Y Dunlap Jos Davis UP Ellitt W C , Eaton Vf Eads'J E Furr Daniel Drurson J M Furguson J Jt 2 Frazier Mc H in ton James Hayes John lUidgins J &880 Harris Jonab Harhall G P Hendrick Obd Dr 1 Jones Thomas Johnson David Jordan Thomas. Jordan Virginia S Jones Virginia Kyser W M Kennedy A G Lewers C A Luckett Mrs Lawrence Dr J T Luckett J W Leak Sam Lee II M Lovelady John Lawrence II Linzy Hampton Mitchael Anderson Morris J 2 Morris J W Money James McKie James McKay James Melston Silas E Mass Lucy A E MeLwine John Matthews S P Mayes Geo T Mills Wm D Nelons S II Nichols Joseph Oliver D M Oneal Isidab Ozment John Penington John B 2 he wilt Thomas Parish C Rev rerry Burrel Purnell T M Perkins A Philips J S Philips John Parker Jas F Ray James Tim MUTUAL , LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, or tak stats cw kxssi&ipfi. 71111113 Company, incorporated by an ac of the Legislature at its, lest session, baa been orgaDised under said act, and is now ready to effect insurances on lives, upon like terms with these adopted by the best and soundest northern companies in insuring northern persoas. When north ern companies insure the lives of Southern citizens, they i avariably add one half or one halfor one per cent, to the regular rates. Uur table or rates is as follows. J he pre mium to be paid by the insurer, may be paid quarterly, half-yearly, or annually. Rales of premium jar insuring One Hun-1 area Dollars on a Stngle lije. . as. 3. " a o a a E i n a .J. a . So 4 . es i . S S." r. flSi us icu- o tlJ3 a. 9 '3 14 15 16 17 18 19 90 81 22 S3 24 25 26 27 28 69 73 76 fO w 90 92 94 97 99 1,00 1,07 1,19 1,20 29 1,28 30 1,31 31 1,32 1,33 1,34 1,35 I,3G 32 33 34 35 36 37 7b 79 . W B6 90 94 95 97 ' 99 1,03 1,07 1,12 I," 1,23 1,28 1,35 1,36 1,42 1,46 1,48 1,50 1,53 1,39 1,57 1,43 1, 63 1,44 1.49 1,54 1,K 1,64 1,69 1,75. 1,81 1,87 ' 1,93 ' 1,98 2,04 9,11 2,17 2,24 8,31 2,36 2.43 2,50 2,57 2,64 2,75 9,81 2,90 38 M8 1,70 39 1,57 1,76 40 1,69 1,83 41 1,78 1,88 42 1,85 1,89 43 1,89 1,92 44 1,90 1,94 45 1,91 1,96 46 1.1N 1,98 47 1,93 1,99 48 1,94 9,02 49 1,95 2,04 50 1,96 2,09 51 1,97 2,20 52 2,02 2,37 53 2,10 2,59 54 2,18 2,H9 55 2,32 3,21 56 2,47 3,56 67 2,70 4,01 58 3,14 4,22 59 3.G7 4,44 CO 4,14 4,67 3,03 3,11 3,20 3,31 3,40 3.51 3,63 3,73 3,87 4,01 4,17 4,49 4,60 4,75 4:90 5,24 5,46 6,68 4,'. 0 6,13 0,37 6,62 6,88 D. HANSBUOUGH & CO. ... , GENERAL AGENTS AND Commtostou llerciuut, No. S3 New Lkvkk,' NEW ORLEANS, LA. N, B. Forwarding promptly attended to. coiuj, mn k carl'tuers, 57 Gbavibb Stkekt, NEW ORLEANS. GSladut Gobix, New Orleans.) . Jos.D. Mix Tennessee. ' Jo. Cabvtuers, Missisi ippi ; ) ' Jt. S. DILL, Commission merchant. AND AGENT FOR THE GEORGIA COT TON AND WOOL FACTORIES, NO. 60 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS, HF.rEUKftCKS. Rev. E. Ai Meaderr,Y Maj. Jesse Lowe, Hon. J. Thompson, Itnt. V. Dill. October 30th, 1847. BY AUTHORITY.. 7 v... ,. . JL ... 4a S i --- Exicutive Chameh, . Jacksojt, Mi., March 25th. 1848. $ Tn nhedinice to an act of the Legisla. ture of the State of Mississippi, approved March 3rd, A. D., 1818; L Joseph W. Matthews, - Governor, dtc, do hereby or other proper oflicer, under -such rules and regulations as said convention shall prescribe; and th proper officer so con ducting the election for the adoption of said proposed constitution, shall make a fair and full return of the votes polled for and against such proposed constitution, to the Secretary of State, , as is now required by law in relation "to the election of the Gov. ernor. TO, COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND . PLANTERS, v CflAJIES c GAlll; ',, , iJti Magazine Street, , NEW ORLEANS. . IMPORTER and Dealer in all, kinds 0 Foreign and Domestic ' ' HARD WARE AND CUTLERY is now receiving t from the , European and American Mariiifrtnri. li Sec. 7. Be U further enacted, That the Extensive assortment i Secretary of State shall, on the first Mon- which he offers at ns low prices'as can be -day of October, 1850, mako returns of all purchased in any part of the United States. me voiea mai may oe in nis ouicc, iu me uoutry Jlercnai)ts are requested to call and Governor of the state, who, thereupon, examine mv stock, as 1 shall be Dublish and make known the fallowing : shall immediately submit the srjne to the to sell low. being satisfied with small profits. "act to take the sense ot the people 01 me : ab.wio, u ibiiu ouick briosj me wcuiiy wr;n hdicb) iieasurv'r biiu oecrciarjf oioiaio, uiumui country oiercnants can obtain supplies from proceed to open and count the same; and if New Orleans makes it easier and cheaper it shall appear that a majority of the votes notAeing compelled to wait for their good? so taken and returned, shall he in fivor of thereby saving the loss, of interest, 0 the proposed constitution, the Governor heavy slocks of goods; my stock is all selec shall issue his proclamation, requiring the ted from the mannfactories of the latett sheriffs, or other proper officer, to hold style, making my stock on hand of the Lafayette Co. Mi. (My State of Mississippi, on the propriety of 1 calling a convention to amend the consti tution of the State." JOSEPH W. MATTHEWS. AN ACT to take the sense of the people of the State of Mississippi on the propri ety of calling a convention to amend the Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Mississippi, That on .the 1st iWonday and day lollowmg in xmov., 1840, the sheriffs or other proper officers for conducting elections in this state, shall hold, at the several precincts of their re. spective counties and cities, pons ior me elections for. members, of the. legislature, largest in the United States. who shall be elected in accordance with the present apportionment, with authority to give the proposed and newly adopted constitution validity and effect: Provided, flint J rt Crwtmn 1 ! i in tliA rntnpn a 'aC trtA vntna shall not vitiate such pol!8; If they shall undignel g lave to inform fairly set forth the proceedings haa in con. JB. JTcic- Candidate In the Field. Tl linrlareifrnnff ew lomtn 4 A the. Ladies and Gentlemen of Oxford 35. of Fitspatrick Martin 2 Rcdwine S 1l Fleming Geo Goodwin MA Govneaux Lt Chs Gilmer Win ' Govan E P -Goodman G J Gulliet Mrs M Marten. Mrs N S Ilerndon J W Harding LU ' I tapper Thorns Ilanfins C L Miss Rods Ephraim Skeen James Esq 2 Stone Evans '2 Shaw A Stones Dudley C Sincler Robt Sims W B Smysson S N Sanders Thos Turretl Thomas M Turpin A turner vm JIadermannCJ Prof Telford W A Morton Sarah Mrs ' Wheeler Dromon Harris S II 3 Wiley Levi Hornon Mary ' Waldrip Wm Higginbotbam John Yancy Dr A II Hudson L Miss Van Winkle D L JJiggs John .Vans Wm G WM. DELAY, P.M. April 9th, 1849. ' ' OXFORD FEMALE ACADEMY. TITe next session of this schpol will commence on the 1 9th day of Febru ary next, under the supervision of Mr. A. L. LEWIS; as Principal, an able and experienced teacher, who will be aided by competent assistants, all of whom, are well qualified to discharge their respective du ties. We can safely recommend them to the confidence and patronage of the public. Tbe course of study will be that usually purnurJ in the best Academies. Tbe class. cs aro divitU'd into primary and academi cal departments, the Utter into three oi. visions. , PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. Fpelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, and Geography. ACADEMICAL DEPARTMENT. Fiarr Class. History of tbe Uniied f3 talcs, Arithmtic, Lnli.-b drammar, with daily exercises in reading and writing. Secokd CLASSNatural Ihiltophy Ancient and Modern History, Rhetoric, Dotony, Vi aiu on tbe mind, Thysiology and Chemistry. . ' Trii Clas. -Astronomy, Natural rLilosophy, Problems on tbe Globes, Mor al and Mental Philosophy, Rbet'ine, Boto By. Chemistry, Latin and French langua fes, and Mathematics. To those desiring it, will be taught Orna mental N"eeiwork, and Music on Pisno, and stticl attention given to select reading, composition and dcniuon tbrocli tbe whle coarse. , this in !rrr::5 t?mz r i .:ry I V f r! roe n U " AcaJeo-'ial IVpanmen?. Firrt CU's, record cla, " " tio oo TlirJc!a, 12 SO 16 00 20 O0 25 00 5 00 10 00 10 J!j- .c is I'n"v, t c.flntnnvrit f r rrartisiej, OrBi-sen'il Ne'--e Work, . Jcci'entaJ evrcntes, . .. r.oari.? csnbetaist Iks Acdrrr. rr wrk private (n',t si f 3 per month. v ar.l cm,. !: i xtra ckar;4. . Ope l!f (f iVf" fr ta.don ani lyanLrg le r' , rtl to le f n i w iJrr,c. prrrtr f rcw, Jaci Tf",""x. J. II f!i- r, Jt - f - , J. A, ' r s. 't ( . 1 1 ", J I3. I !P,-4 -'-. t4 a'l it, ., rs YrA tsi msis le vria, at thrf c"!ks. To Illustrate. A man sged sound health and constitution, free fiom hereditary or family disease, and of temne rate habits, can insure his life for tho sum of One Throusand Dollats, by paying six dollars and eighty-seven and a half cents quarterly, or twenty.seven dollars fifty cents annually for thi whole life. At his death his family will ' receive the sum of Une I housaud Dollars, and the accumula ted dividend, earned by the premiums, in good companies generally fifty per cent. Each insurer for the whole life is a slock. holder, and participates in the profits. Lives may be insured ior one year or a term of year. When one insures his life, for the whole life, he pays, as the premium or price of insurance, the same sum every year, no matter how loig he lives. A man of thirty-five could insure his life for the whole life, fur $1000 dollars, at twenty, soven dollars and fifty cents, payable each year, and he would pay no more than that sum at tO years of age ifhe insure year after year, the premium is increased every year, and at the age of CO, he would pay forty.ono'dollars and forty cents. 'i he advantages of Lite Insurance are now too well understood to need a long ex position. .In all countries, the prudent and far sighted, whose mears are limited, and who have dependent families, effect insur. ance for their benefit. Assured that when they die, the widowed and fatherless will ! not want, but will receive, from the insur fence offices, a certain though moderate com peience, husbands & fa. hers may toil hapi )y during the day, and sleep, untroubled by distreFsing dreams, at night. An inde. pedenee for the family Is sucured? let the i j- i . i . . insureu oie wocn no may, in oeoi or out of debt. The company is now ready to receive applications, and when applications to a sufficient amount to insures safe com mencement shall have been accepted by the Trusters, the policies will be issued. Par. tiektnnking application must bold them selves thereafter in readiness to pay the firt premium, at all timts. A failure to pay the premium when due forfeits the polic. No insurance will be granted for more than five thousand dollars on a lift at present. No person need apply, who is unsound in health and constitution, or liable to any family, or hereditary disease, or intemperate in bis habits. If one, whose life is insured become intemperate, to the injury of his health, thereafter, the policy on his life will be forfeited. A life may do insured in me name oi trustees, or by a wife to enure to her, or her children if sbe die before ber hut-band, This is a sacred und, not subject, by an express provision of the charter, to any debts or liabilities. The profits of the compaoy ran be loaned only upon unincumbered, improved real estate, worth at a sworn cash valuation, wice the amount loaned. The inves'msnt is, as sn investment t merely, a good one. Ten dollars will in sure lor a year the life of a diii 'sged 25 years for i 000 dollars; it would require more than 30 years at compound interest for tea dollars to reach this sum. F aitliful cents, who can asture the board of Trustees of their responsibility, are wasted in every town in tbe 8tate. Ap plications, postsge-paid, to be madj to tbe President, . applications, the forms applicant for insurance, J, F. CirBltJI Alt. . . JOHN P. STOCKABD. CUSIIMAiY & MOCK A It D, A 1 TORNE YS AT LA W ,. jDxfokd, Miss., Will attend the Circuit Courts in this I and the neighboriug counties, the U. S. Dis- trict Court at Pontotoc, and the Chancery Court at Holly springs. All business en trusted to their care will teceive prompt attention. . In this association the practice in the Probate Court in Lafayette ceunty will be excepted, in vhich ptactice Mr. Cushman will be aloni.. July 15, 1848-lCtf. ITledic.iI Copartnership. DRS.COXIEI k THOirSO.1 as t i . . ducting such election: and provided furl n nu7 "a5 lB?J aave re-opened their ... 1 . ... :r r. .r.i. OIU t.. ana navinsr lust received nan nurnnsa nrnenrta n nirthA snvereifn Will Ol "r, mil u any iciuriis truiu aiir ui vuo , ' . o . - w . . 1 . AT 4.1 people of this i state, for ratification or re ection. " ' " Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That the uovernor snau, upon me passage oi mis act, cause the same to be immediately ad vertised in so many newspapers as he shall deem sufficient, not less than three: and that he further direct the proper officers to bold polls, for the purpose herein set forth. Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That the sheriff, or other proper officer, shall, at the time hereinbefore specified, open and hold polls for the purpose of ascertaining the sovereien will upon the call of a convention HAVING associated themselves in their wnicD aid election shall be conducted up profession, respectfully tender their on the 8ame principles, and under the services to the public; and from the exper- 8411,6 Pains and penalties, as are now pre. iance of the former of more than twenty scribed in conducting elections for the years practice; and that of the latter, in election of Governor, and the result of the practical Surgery while in the Army of vote o each county, town or city, shall Occupation .n Mexico, hope to merit a be -forwarded to the Secretary of State the people of this state, as to the propriety : counties shall not be made to the Secreta. of holding a convention of delegates, who ry of fetate, in any of the elections held un- shall be authorized to amend, or re model, ! der Ihe provisions of this act, within . the constitution of this state, - which con- day aer tho holding of such election, the stitution, or amended constitution, shall be Governor shall, by special messenger, call submitted to a direct vote of tho sovereign on tbe proper officer for a, transcript of the Tn I a wli i W ma r Iw W I m va( st in a A CVMO) lilvU MltJ ft? t J J SA 1 1 IS lUidlucU which transcript, or a certified copy there, of, shall be considered valid. Sec. 8. Beit jurther eAacted', That at the general election held on the first Mon day and day following, in November, 1849, and full supply of Fall and Winter Goods. ; Ihey are now fairly in the field as candid tes for sellingGoods, beffdne the natron. , age of the citizen of Oxford and vicinity without distinction of Party. Their Stock consists in cart of Dry Goods, a full assortment of . Ready Made Clothing-, HATS, CAPS, SHOES and BOOTS HARD WARE, QUEENS WARE it shall be the duty f managers of the elec- GROCERIES, SADDLER Y, die. &c, l tion, at each (5recinct in every county in 1 he'r Principles will be to ii.li slicht ' I this state,5 to ask of each and every voter advances on cost and sell for CASH only, whether W is infavor of, or against the Please give us a call and you will cer. said convention, and the votes for and continuance of the confidence and patron ace of the copimonity. The services of both can be had without extra charge. fXOffice tbe west side side of the pub lie square. Oxford, Miss., Jan. 10, 1819.-39-6m. J, T. MOSELEr. i. C. THOMrSONi as is now required in the election of Gov. ernor. Sec. 4. Be it further enacted, That the Auditor of' Public Accounts, the, State Treasurer, and the Secretary of State shall in the presence of the Governor, on the first Monday of January, 1850, open and count all the votes thus polled and forwar ded: and if it shall appear that a majority of all the votes so polled for members of tbe legislature, and forwarded, shall be in favor of a convention, the Governor shall thereupon issue writs of election bygener MOSELEI k TllOXPSOft, Attorneys and Ceanaellors at Law, HERNANDO, MIS3, ILL practice in the Circuit Court of al proclamation, and bv the usual reouire. ! O . a.L. . I . uecoioaoaine aojoming couunes, ments.to call upon the sheriff, and require bim, or the proper oflicer, to hold District Chancerv Court at Hernando and Holly Springs, snd United States Court at Pontotoc. November 18ih, 1848.-3 Utf, -Upon post-paid neccsary for aa ill be farnifhed. Board cf J. M. DufT.clJ, CV urlet Scott, ' W. P. Anders id, C. M. Trice, 11. Htliic im, J. C. Carpenter, J. M.I f. P Ar rsuji, Stt'f. Trusitts. F. S. Ilun', D. W. Adams, IL M. IIolsoa, W. Terser, If. Kcaihirtf, T. YlHtUt. LTFIELD. Prts'l. A. LEWIS, rAsmoriAxiLX tajxoii, hating located . in OXFORD, MISS., -wuoi.i rpfiruiir toiicit ' A Share ef the Pnblla Patronage, ' And hopes from bis skill and close attention to bukinew to merit the same. tCj"Shop on the, corner, formerly oc cupied by Dr. Conkcy. Oifurd, Mi.s'., March 3d, 1?43. MEKCIIANT 1IIE suUcnbrr has just received a new and splendid assortment of 1 ' Clotht and fsiirntrt, of every variety of color, Potltt Hanktrrhitfi, fritils, superior articles, and Ctnt'l. black and white Kid Silk and Buck. (lovtt, very fine. Also, an excellent article of Silk, Maiino and Cot ton Under-shirts; for sale at his old stand Call and examine no trouble to show goods, JO. ABLE. Sept, 23, l84S.-2G-.tf. New Partnership. THE undersigned nave purchased the Wendel, and are determined to keep the same lara and varied stocks, formerly kept by tbem. We respectfully requets an eiamlnation of our Goods and prices by the friends of the old firm, and all others desiring to purchase, and gurantee that both shall please. t We will tier grest in ducements to catk buyers, and to punctual meB,pn tbe unisj cr :.i. We shall receive bv rMt Fifim P t a large lot of Groceries wkb w id be sold at lbs lowest r rri'e. to Hold an election on tbe 1st Monday and day after in March 1850, in the several counties, cities and towns, entitled to representation, to elect the same number of delegates to the convention that the several counties, towns or cities, mar be entitled to elect renre. sentatives to the house of representatives of the state legislature; which said election shall be conducted in tbe same manner, and under the same pains and penakies (hat are now required in the election of representatives to the legislature; and the sheriff, or other officer conductiujr said election, shall give to the person, or per sons, as the case may be, certificate, or certificates, of election, and in like manner make returns to the Secretary of Slate; and should any delegate so elected, lose his certificate, or fail to procure one, the Soc retaryof State shall furnish such certifi cate: Provided, the returns of his office shall show it to be just. . " . Sec. 5. Be it further enacted. That the delegates so elected shall assemble at the state house, on" thejirst Monday of April, 18SQ, and shall proceed to the duty assign ed them, by such organization as to thxm shall seem meet, and shall, bave power to adopt such, rules . and regulations for the transaction of business as will secure to themselves order, and security from moles tation or hindrance, in any matter pertain ing to the great objects of the convention; and the better to secure said convention from any molestation, they shall have power to select a segeanUaUarma, who shall be authorized to suppress all disorder by the direction of tbe convention; and the civil authority oftbi state is hereby re. quired to sustain all orders, and to conform to ail mandates from said convention. whilst in session, to be certified by tbe pre. sidmir ofacer thereof, so far as the pre a ervation of order therein, and the security of tbe iw r-rubers thereof, w hilst attending to the business of said convention. And the members of said convention shall b enti. led to all the immunities & privileges tha are at this time extended to the members f t tbe legislature, and shall likewise be en t.tiM to tbe same pay- aad emoluments, cid convention shall bare power to cm. gainst the same shall be taken and return ed, as is provided for in this act. JOHN J. McllAE, Speaker of the House of Representatives. DABNEY LIPSCOMB, President of the Senate. Approved, March 3, 184S. . , JOSEPH W. MATTHEWS. K The Southern, Jackson; Democrat, Co. lumbus;Organizer, Oxford; Free Trader, Natchez; ajid Eastern Clarion, Paulding; will publish the above once a month, until forbid, for which they will be paid the same rates allowed the State Printer by law. - Hook Hliiriery, .. BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY, And Stationery Establishment, AT NATCHKZ. ' 1 jTJICHARD EL WARD lakes this occa Jk eioa t0 notify his friends, old custo mers snd the public generally, that having disposed of his interest in the bnnch of his establishment held al Jackson, of the firruo K. El ward & Co., he is prepared at his es tablishment in Natchez, to make to order and in superior style, Blank Books foj courts, public offices, mercantile houses, &C..&-C. Also, to render entire satisfaction in all and every branch of Book Bindety. An excellent lot of Stationery also on band Uld books carefully rebound. ' (fe7"All orders from any section of dun try promptly attended to. N. B. Establishment at the old stnnn, Slain street, Natchez, Miss. - ; April 1 1 I tf. tmnly be satisfied with our Goods as well aswitnour terms. IiOGGENBURGER & BRO. Oct. 28, 184S -31-tf. ' - THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, ,, . . Lafayette Coc.ntv. , Attachment in the Circuit J Court of Lafdy-' rite county, mus. I JncLnon Rook .Hindcry, - AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTOBT. WP LANK Books for courts, public offices, - ic, made to order, in the best and most durable style. ' Book binding in all its branches, also, done and warranted in style and workman ship. Also on hand and for fkle a number of articles consisting cf Stationery. The patronvge of tbe public is respectfully so licited. ' M.-U : JULItKW'V Successor of Rich'd Elward &t Co.' fjrBindery at the old stind, two door 'roin tbe post ofiire. " ' ' " i April II It tf.- " Paddy's Bluli: fmllE Proprietor of- this cliza- blc point on , the Tallahatchie River, takes pleasure in inform inG his patrons , and tho public 'generally, that he is now prepar ed tO Slicd riFTEEN JlCJfDRED Ualcs Cotton, and will store and chip for 12 1-2 cents1 per bale. He has alsoj a safe and commo dious Ware House for receiving and storing.' Groccric?&c. i PAt. caugiilix. Dec. 7, I818.-33-tf. THE undersigned hsving opened ; a bouse in Oxford, on Mm- street, south of the court-htmKr William J. Fcagvson, Joh II.. Watsow, &, Jk.uako E. Kirhv. tSWILLIAM l. FURfiUSON havinir su out en attachment against l)lei estate of John 11. Wotson and JernrdvK. Kirby, for the stun of 100, which is now ending in the Circuit Court of La fayette county, Mississippi, to bo held on; the first Monday after the fourth Alonday of April, 1810, at the court houre in the town of Oxford Notice is hereby given that, unless the said John II. Watson and' Jerard li Kirby shall nppetir'and' plead by the April Icrjn of the said Court afore suid, judgment will be entered, and the , estnte so attached will be sold to satisly said debts nud all costs. This 31st day of M.irrh, 1810. D. ROBERTSON, Clerk. Cotton Plantation; FOR 5 OFFER for sile, Section 13 and 14, in Township 9 Range 7 West, 1280 acres, situated 5 miles Soiih East of the town of Panola; over 600 acres cleared and in a fli.e state of cultivation, divided by cross fences into from CO to !I0 acre fields.' Somu two to three hundred acres woods enclosed for lots, with, god water all under a good fence, and more than St) gates well arranged, good gin houo aud cotton prs; a cortilortablo double log bouse, a story and a 1 elf high, good ngro rjaarters with good pliiik fl ors, good s'a-. tie, cril &i,c, - ' This place has proved to be r ne of thr1 I. rail). I nl mrtl nrnrfnrti l.Snlnli.i.OO in tho country. I will sell it for $7,000. holf cash, bHilance in 12 months. S mo 10 fo 20 first rate mules from 2 te 4 yens ' old, would be taken tn part payment at a X fair cash price, or Negroes would be taken . in part or whole, at auch puces as easy I be agreed oo..i .' ' CrT-ne overseer on the premises will show the place to such as with to exam- ine it. . - JAMES BROWN. Clear Creek, Lafnyclle county, Miss. Peptembcr 13, 1848. ' Dissolution... II U firm af Neilson At Wendel, wa this dty diwolved bv iimit.ition. It ia therefore nwrsssry that the business should ba.clofed at the earlieu powiblo time. All indebted by note or account, are ear nestly requested ta come snd stt;le witb fut delay, as indulgence" v ill not longer be given. Thoe hsfing claims g int the firm or f iiherof the partners, will please present the m. Kuher of the rm are authorised to make settlements, " " W.B.Nni-SO.W ' W.II.P.WLNDEL. DccerrberSn, 1S43. Sm. ! L'l.1-" 11 ' , ' 1 ' . 111 ... .'"'.1 S' ' l C I 1 b 4i FT - . . "iiiLLflftiiUjUU. "7".r 'J-""ri " vn '"ucnproceecings trrommoi.iion Tr.vf.'Vr. l.v.Tlv,H lUHtiO- , Jan I, lflX'J7-f. , as f.y them may be bad, and a printer who !r?JTfTF. Tw ?r. and --rcr.'. ii a !rar,c- i Tallin all respecU be p,J 4 by law.- uJuTln v! it Vi ... rrU -.NAL nTtLEIENT. Notice is Jrr l!S Tl.J f7cetts, ifr i.. i. .t.. .t - ... ,. . ry power to earrf out tbe ere at ol-iecis of tu . l .. lrrT.t be de.avta tatd tte eir.rahn e,f tia ""y l"" ""'"PM il I wnomayiavor mm mv-m iaeirwMUrn. ... I, ' - Prt ,S I.e. Jack a, fjiss., Aug. 4, 14 -:f.l-t js' -i,T", f"r Final Set: rr.:.-.,ira!kin, snd wi'l, ad Cjurt, to be he'd On lie Ttiri i petition in the e court v. M.. frrnt tf hit Ad- st tbe terns of tending the same, and all drafis for tbe ne cessary expenses shall be s'ed by tbe president tberrC and aud. led in the sm manner that similar dra,",j are r.-.w rtri.sj- fan and hir, all t.'cnJtf in l.r-.y 'lt, ("Olli.4)5 the H;h!S fy t j a nn wn. f.u--A 4 - t-t a siorr,iswT nose i-r t uww.. r ' w cis S'Trn.n is ration r.s. sr.j is ving pnpeny ai ftjtug Rr thre stf-)rJ,:r fw? mi icst. .frfMM-nrnt. JAHLS GIPEON, Mm'r. OifxdfMirch irib, 151?. rbrirT C5b, If 43. tj ieiard a'di:ed by the tranea of the " t" , Sec 6. is fb". ' ' conrent'en V '! p-' f -.Kh a rl 1 d a r . V c! 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