October 4, 1843
MILTON J. HAMER was appointed administrator for the estate of Wm. HAMER, dec’d, on the 28th day of August 1843, by the Probate court of Marshall county, State of Mississippi.
The subscriber having leased the Marshall Inn (formerly kept by Mr. Williamson) would beg leave to inform his friends in particular, and the public in general, that he is now ready and willing to furnish the best entertainment the county will afford and at very reduced prices. He will give a strict attention to his Table and to the deportment of his servants, and all things connected with the comforts of Travelers and Boarders and, asks a share of Patronage. WILLIAM L. LANIE. Holly Springs, January 1, 1843.
ANNOUNCEMENTS OF CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE
** For County Representatives: ROBERT S. GREER, R. JOSSELYN, JAS. L. TOTTEN, JNO. J. STEGER.
** For Governor: THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, of Pontotoc County.
** For Vice Chancellor of the State of Mississippi: HENRY DICKINSON of Lowndes County.
** Clerk of the Vice Chancery Court: JOSEPH W. CHALMERS, JAMES C. ALDERSON, THOMAS LOMAX, JOSEPH WALKER, Wm SMITH.
LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE POST OFFICE AT HOLLY SPRINGS, ENDING SEPTEMBER 1843: THOS. ANDERSON, ANNIE ALSTON, A A ARMSTRONG, JOHN H ANDERSON, ASBIRN ARNOLD SLATEN BOURLING, CAPT. JOHN BROWN, HON A G BROWN MISS ELIZABETH BOND SAML BAGGELL, G A BURCHELL, JEOR. BROWN, R M BUTLER, JOHN BYRD, ALLEN BURDETT, R C BAKER, ARON BOTTS, E F BALLEW, JOHN BAFFORD, B G BOWLES, WM BRASLY, JAMES BRAUN, ARON BECK, WILLIS BURNETTE, N A BRYAN, THENAHAS BALDWIN, G H BARNETT, ETHELBERT E BULLER, IRA OR H REYNOLDS BELL, ROBT R BARKER, ELIZABETH BEGGS, JAMES M BUTLER, MISS E T BAUGH, JAMES & GEORGE BROWN, SPENCE BOBE, R H BURNS, GEORGE R BOOKER, A B BRADFORD, LYNN COCK, JAMES CALLAHAN JOHN H CLOPTEN, WM CRAIN, ELISHA COWARD, C CANLEE, JOHN H CRESP, MRS. E J CAIN, MISS MARY P CABAL, ANDREW COCK, N G CURIS, JAMES COLBERT, MRS COLMAN MARIA, JOHN COLMEN, MR CHRISTIAN, LEVI CUMMINGS, CALVIN J CURRY, CHISM & MOSBY, MRS AMELIA COX WM H COX THOS CUNNINGHAM, CT CHANCELLE CLERK, R J DYE, C C DEBRELL, THOS A DENISON, WILLIAM DYE, WM H DANIEL, MERRITT DILLARD, J C DILLENGHAM, WM E DODD, WM B DOTY, BENJAMIN DODD, MARTHA JANE DOAK, MRS. ELIZABETH DILLARD, SARAH E DAVIS, JOSEPH DE??, ROBERT J DAVIS, F G ELLEN, CHARLES EASTMAN, MRS. LORA A EANES, WINSTON W ECHOLS, ETTENGER & TANLER, MR FELLOWS, W H FULLER, MRS. ELIZ. FARGURSON, JOHN M FLEMING, JOSEPH H FERRELL, ARTHUR GIBSON, JAMES GLOVER ESQ, LANCASTER GLOVER, JAMES GREER, JOHN GORDEN, MRS J C GIBBONS, V N GARRISON ESQ, JOHN GADDIS, JAMES W HILL, JAMES E HICKS, ALLEN HILL, REV V HARALDSON, SAML M HANKINS, J HENSON, S J HAYS, DAVID S HOBBS, B C HARLEY, J A HAYS, J P M HENDERSON, P W HUMPHIES, DANL HODON, MAJ S HOLLAND, BIRD HILL, WM C HOLBROOK, CHARLES HENDERSON R S HUNTER, JOHN HARRINGTON, LEODIDUS HARRIS, WM & LYDEA HAMER, MAJOR H HARPER, MATHEW HEARN, COL R C HANCOCK, THOMAS HERRING, REV A HERRON, T J & S B JONES, AUGUSTEN JONES, O M JOHNSON, ERASBUS JADKSON, ? Y JONES, S J W JOES, S WALTER JENKENS, JOHN JONES, NEEDHAM KENNEDY, SHELTON KENNELY, H W KEEBLE, JOHN KIZER, HIRAM KINNERDY, JULIA ANN KENEDY, MR KILPATRICK, JAMES LALER, W T LONG, D W D N LEAR, F A LUCAS, DAVID LAWING, S S LATIMORE, LEMERECK & G H, P LEWIS RICH, N B RESUER ESQ, MR LUMPKIN, WM LANKSTON, JEROAM LOVING, COLEMAN LEE, DARLING LONG A B LANE, ISAAC MOORE, JAMES G MILES, COLBERT MOORE, THOS MUSGROVE MISS MARGARETT MARTIN, DOCT JOHN H MOSS, W G MORRIS, NICHOLAS J MAYFIELD, H P MAXWELL, WYLEY MATHIS, THOMAS MASON, MOORE & HENRY, BIRD MATLOCK, JESSE MOODY, JOHN MARR, JAS K MARTEN, SAMUEL MONTGOMERY, JAMES G MILLS, MOSELY & CHISON, SAM’L MARTIN, WM NEVILLE, JOHN NEAL N A NORDIN, MARY A OLD, DOCT. C O’BRYAN, W OGELIER, WILSON PHILIPS, MRS MARY ALLEN PUGH, PUCKETT & PRICE, TURNER POWELL, JOEL PINSON ESQ, JOHN A POLK ESQ, OLIVER H PEGUIS, ELIZABETH R PETTY, WM C PAXTER, S W PARKER, T POINDEXTER, WESLEY JAMES PERRY, ASON PIPKIN, MISS ANN PEGUIS, H H PIPKIN, MALCHIAH RAIGERD, MARGARETT RAIFERD, JAS M RAIFERD, LEWIS RICHARDSON, LAYFAYETTE ROBERSEN, E H ROOT, JOHN B ROBERTS, STEPHEN W RUSSELL, MAJ JOHN ROBERSON, MISS JANE RICE, MISS NANCY A RAGSDALE, F H RINGER, FRANKLIN ROGERS, PAUL C READ, A W ROSS, SHERIFF, MRS MARY J SHIELDS, MRS MARY A SMITH, DOCT. WM T SMITH, MRS. ELIZABETH SIMPSON, GRAY SUGG, SAMUEL W SHERT, WILLIAM SMOOT, FELIX R STANLEY, FRED SHAFER, HIRAM SIMS, SIMON E SPIGHS, BURNETT SULLIVAN, WM B SMITH, J P SMITH, G W SHERMAN, E B SMITH, G W SILL, WM STEANHART, MARY SEVANN, A W SULLIVAN, SAMUELS & CELL, HENRY SAMUELY, H P TOURNER, NATHANIEL TANNER, HORATIA TYSON, R J TAGGART, JAMES L TYSON, MRS CHARLOTTE T TYSON, AARON VANHOOK, JOHN L. QUIN, NANCY WOMACK, W A WOOLDRIDGE, GEORGE WESTER, BENJ S WILLIAMSON, JOEL E WYNN, JOHN C WAKER, WILLIAM WAGERS, JERRY WALKER, WATSON & HOLLAND, T M & H C WALLIS, WILLIAM WRIGHT, SAML WILSON, WM C WALKER, JAMES B WARD, ROBERT WOODFIN, SARAH JANE WILSON, JAMES WERRILL, ISREL WATSON, MRS ELIZABETH WOFFORD, MILES WELLS, MONONH D WILSON, DICKSON WALKER, W G WYNN, ROBT WHITAKER, LEWIS WOODEL, C WINDROW, THOS J WORD, MRS S S WALTHALL, GEORGE WEST, WILSON, T M YANCEY, JNO O YOUNG, AMERICA YOURIE, C YARBROUGH, WM M’GAUGHEY, JOHN J MCMAHAN, REV WM C MCMAHAN, MISS LOUSINDA MCGEHN, MRS ELIZABETH MCKEE, JOHN MCDONALD, REV ANGUS MCCULLUM, JAMES MCDONALD, W J MCCULLOCK, JAMES MCCAWLEY, WM MCEWEN, BANK MCCORCLE, W MCBISH.
MALCOMB McNEIL was appointed administrator for the estate of ALEXANDER McLEOD, dec’d on the 24th day of July, 1843 by the Probate Court of Marshall county, State of Mississippi.
A. W. GOODRICH announces a Law Practice located in Holly Springs, South of the Court House, December 13, 1842.
THOMAS D. SMITH was appointed administrator for the Estate of THOMAS MITCHELL, deceased, at the September Term of the Probate court of Marshall County, Miss. 1842.
JAMES L. TOTEN & A B BRADFORD announce a Holly Springs law practice, August 30, 1842.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
ROBERT JOSSELYN announces a Holly Springs law practice located adjoining the Guard Printing Office.
Wm S JONES announces July 24, 1843 that he will surrender administration of the estate of HARRISON JONES, deceased to the Probate Court of Marshall County, Mississippi effective the 4th Monday of September next.
JAMES W. FANT, ADMR VS JOHN B. FANT, ET AL.
May Term 1843. JAMES W. FANT, administrator, of the estate of ELIAS FANT, dec’d, filed a petition announcing that distribution of the estate cannot be made, and requesting an order to sell four negroes, viz: DAPHNE and her three children, THOMAS, MARIA, AND MARGARET, in order to make the distribution. Defendants BENJAMIN S FANT, ELIAS T FANT, SIMON FANT, and MARY E.B. MOORE, are not residents of the State of Mississippi.
WILLIAM WEBB, Ex’r of ROBT. F DICKINS, dec’d, announced June 28, 1843 a final settlement of the estate on Monday the 14th day of August next, with the Probate Court of Lafayette County, Oxford, MS.
The REV. A P MERRILL and Lady, Associate Principal and Governess of the Holly Springs Female Institute, having entirely dissolved their connection with the same, are at liberty, (as soon as Mrs. M’s, health is sufficiently recovered from the effects of her arduous labors) to take charge of any Literary Institution where their services may be desired and there is the greatest prospect of success. Holly Springs, July 25th, 1843.
SAMUEL MCCORKLE VS JOHN L. BROWN, ET. AL.
An order was issued July 25, 1843 by the Vice Chancellor, Holly Springs that out of state resident JOHN L. BROWN appear before the Court on the first Monday of January next, and plead answer or demur to complaints or his absence will be taken for confession.
The District Chancery Court, State of Mississippi, announced at the January term, 1843, at Holly Springs in the suit of ANDERSON & ORNE against BRYAN STEVENS & E R BESANCON: a sale, on Friday the 2nd day of June next, at the court house door in Commerce, to the highest bidder, fractional Section 6 of Township 3, Range 10 West containing 187 acres, and lying in Tunica county.
CHARLES O’BRIEN, Dentist, will be in Holly Springs during the first week of every month, when he would be pleased to serve all who may choose to give him their patronage. He is prepared to set any number of teeth, from one to a full set, and will make gold plates and warrant them to remedy a defective pronunciation without any pain. As his location in North Mississippi is permanent, he will of course attend to his old practice free of charge. All operations warranted and charged low as the use of good material will allow. He cannot operate for the prices usually charged by transient Dentists, who often use tin or lead for filling the teeth, and set teeth of ivory for common bone in the worst possible manner. Refer to the Physicians of Holly Springs, Hernando, Oxford, Ripley, and Salem.
SALE TO HIGHEST BIDDER
Pursuant to an interlocutory decree of the District Chancery Court of the State of Mississippi, pronounced at the January term 1843 at Holly Springs, in the suit of MARK HEALEY et al against WILLIAM BEARD I will on Saturday, the 3d day of June next at the court house door in Hernando sell to the highest bidder on a credit of six months, the purchaser giving bond with good surety, bearing 6 per cent interest from sale, section 31, township 4, range 5 West in DeSota county, complainants allowed one bid. JAMES C ALDERSON, Com. May 3, 1843.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
JAMES H R TAYLOR will practice in the counties composing the 8th Judicial District Chancery court at Holly Springs, and the Federal court at Pontotoc. Jan 5, 1843.
HOLLY SPRINGS FEMALE INSTITUTE
The Boarding at this Institute has been reduced from $10.00 to $8.00 per month. C A FOSTER.
Runaway from the Plantation of the subscriber, in Perry County, Tennessee, on Tuesday the 15th instant, a Negro man named LEWIS, about thirty five years old, of black complexion about six feet high, rather slim built, but strong and active and tolerably smart spoken. He took off sundry articles of clothing with him so that it is difficult to describe his dress as he will be likely to change it. We suspect he has been taken off by some white man if so we will give One Hundred Dollars to any person who will deliver the said Negro and the Thief to us or lodge them in any jail where we can get the Negro and give such information as will enable us to prosecute the Thief to conviction or we will give $50 for the delivery of the Negro alone or his being lodged in Jail so that we can get him. JAMES M & C PEDIGREW. Perryville, Tennessee. 21st August 1843.
11 October 1843
BARTHOLOMEW BOWERS & JAMES H COWAN qualified as executors of the estate of LEMUEL ROGERS, dec’d, on the 26th day of June 1843, before the Probate Court of Marshall County, State of Mississippi.
BILL FOR DIVORCE
The State of Mississippi, Lafayette County Circuit Court May Term 1843. ELIZABETH DAVIS vs JAMES B DAVIS, May 18, 1843. The defendant JAMES B DAVIS, a non-resident of the State of Mississippi, was ordered to appear before the Judge of next Circuit Court for the county of Lafayette at the Court house in the town of Oxford on the 3d Monday in November 1843, plead, answer or demur to the Bill of Complaint, the several allegations thereof will be taken pro confesso, and set down for final hearing.
MARSHALL COUNTY PROBATE COURT
August Term, AD 1843, by JESSEE LEWELLEN, Esquire, Judge of the Probate Court of the county of Marshall aforesaid, notice is hereby given that on application to me by JOHN Q A FREEMAN and JOSEPH A FREEMAN by JAMES POOLE, their guardian, of the county aforesaid, who each claim an individual fourth part of all that tract land, to wit: section 35, township 1, range 2 West of the Basis Meridian of the Chickasaw Cession, in the county of Marshall aforesaid. I have nominated MAXWELL WILSON, RICHARD BRIGGS, and GIDEON FRANKLIN, commissioners to divide the said section of land into four equal shares or parts; unless proper objections are state to me at the Court House, in the town of Holly Springs, in the county of Marshall aforesaid, on the 27th day of November next, the said MAXWELL WILSON, RICHARD BRIGGS, and GIDEON FRANKLIN will then be appointed Commissioners to make partition of the said section of land pursuant to an act entitled "An act concerning the partition of lands held by coparceners, joint tenants and tenants in common. Given under my hand this 28th day of August, A. D. 1843. JESSE LEWELLEN.
Letters of administration of the estate of LITTLEBERY LESNEUR, were granted to PENELOPE LESUEUR by the probate Court of Marshall County Mississippi on the 27th day of December 1841.
BILL FOR DIVORCE
The State of Mississippi, Monroe County, Circuit Court, October term 1842. ROBT. B LOUGHRIDGE vs NANCY LOUGHRIDGE. Ordered by the court that, unless the defendant plead answer or demur to the plaintiff’s bill of complaint by the next term of this court to be holden at Athens on the 4th Monday of April next, the case would be set down for final hearing.
Mr. THOS MORSE begs respectfully to announce to the citizens of Holly Springs that he will give private instructions on any of the following instruments, Viola, Flute, Clarionette, Violencella Corropean, French Horn, and Trombone. Session - ten weeks, to commence on the 11th instant. Three lessons one week and two the next. Price of Tuition per session - $10.00. None will be taken for a less term than one session and it is expected that those who apply will pay half in advance, in all cases. Inquire at the Marshall Inn where Mr. MORSE can always be found except when professionally engaged. P. S. Piano Fortes tuned and repaired in the best manner.
JOHN M SMITH & ABNER MEEK obtained letters of administration of the estate of JAMES S SMITH, dec’d at the May term, call court 1843, of the Probate court of Lafayette county, Miss.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
GEORGE H MITCHELL, Delta, Coahoma County, Miss. will attend the Circuit courts of thew 8th Judicial district, the Federal court at Pontotoc and Chancery Court.
Pursuant to the provisions of a deed of Trust to me executed as Trustee, on the 22nd day of January 1842 by MALCOMB MCNEIL to receive promissory note, in said deed mentioned and duly recorded in the office of the Probate Clerk of Marshall county, Miss., in deed Book J page 599 and 600. I will expose to public sale for cash to the highest bidder at the court house door in the town of Holly Springs on Monday the 14th day of September next the South east quarter of Section Twenty six of Township three of Range two West of the basis meridian of the Chickasaw cession. Being Trustee, I will only convey such title as invested by said deed. WILLIAM WRIGHT, Trustee. March 7th, 1843. The above sale has been postponed until the 2d Monday (11th) in October next. WM WRIGHT, Trustee. Sept. 13, 1843.
ATTORNIES AT LAW
ROGER BARTON and D C GLENN will practice in the Circuit Courts of Marshall and the adjoining counties, the District Chancery Court of Holly Springs and the Federal Court at Pontotoc. Business entrusted to their care will be promptly attended to. Holly Springs, Nov. 15, 1842.
The Franklin (Ala.) Democrat announces the death of COL. BENJAMIN REYNOLDS, late Chickasaw Agent, which took place at his residence in north Alabama on the 20th Ult. COL. REYNOLDS was in the 60th year of his age.
WILLIAM WEBB, Ex’r of ROBT. F DICKINS, dec’d, will motion the Probate Court of Lafayette County, Oxford, Mississippi, on Monday the 14th day of August, next, for final settlement of the estate.
TO THE AFFLICTED
JOHN OSWALD, M.D. having located in Holly Springs, offers his professional services to the public in the treatment of all chronic diseases. Having had ample experience in Hospital, and private practice he flatters himself with the idea that his investigations into the condition of all affections of long standing, have enabled him to determine their true character in a majority of cases; and also to apply, with a certainly of great benefit if not entire success, those remedies which nature has designed and science prepared for the melioration and cure of all diseases, whether the body or the mind. No quack or secret medicine will be used, but all remedial agents will be selected with strict reference to their known virtues, and prepared and applied with scrupulous exactness to the indications that may present themselves, in the case of the afflicted. Except under urgent circumstances, his practice will be confined to the office, where he will be happy to prescribe for, and supply medicine to all those who may apply. Persons at a distance, not in a condition to visit him, can be successfully prescribed for, and supplied with suitable medicines, by sending a correct and if possible, a written description of the most prominent symptoms of their affections. Calls are earnestly solicited from those who regard themselves as hopelessly afflicted with Rheumatism, Scroffula, Liver Complaint, Consumption, Dysepsia, Piles, Gravel, Old Ulcers, Habitual Costiveness, Chronic Diarrhea, etc., etc., etc; of all, or any of that train of distressing maladies, to which the females of our country are subject. Office over the Northern Bank, where the public generally and Physicians particularly are invited to call.
Mr. Mott, thankful for former patronage invites a continuance thereof. He has just received a fine assortment of liquors from New Orleans, of his own selection, mostly foreign, and just out of the custom house. Lunches furnished every day at 11 o’clock to his patrons. He hopes to receive from the town and county, a continuance of their support. He has made arrangements for a number of political and commercial papers, where his town and country friends can always find the news of the day.
L. SMITH & CO.
L. SMITH & CO Receiving, Forwarding & Commission Merchants, Memphis, Ten. Respectfully announce to their friends and the public of North Mississippi and West Tennessee that they will open a house of business on or before the 15th of Sept. next, and will be prepared for storing all kinds of Produce and merchandise entrusted to their care. A supply of Rope and Baling always on hand. The above is a branch of M. CARUTHERS & CO, New Orleans. LEMUEL SMITH, MADISON CARUTHERS, CHARLES P. YOUNG.
THOMAS D. SMITH obtained letters of administration of the estate of THOMAS MITCHELL, deceased, at the September Term of the Probate court of Marshall County, Mississippi, 1842.
NEW ARRIVAL - PRODUCE & GROCERIES
H.H. PIPKIN thanks the citizens of Holly Springs for their patronage and announces a new assortment of groceries and other items for cash only. Merchandise advertised includes: Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Candles, Raisins, Salt, Nails, Salt, Spice, Brimstone, Cigars, Oils, Teas, all kinds of Liquors, Horse Collars, Spades & Shovels, Woodware, Tinware, Willoware, Queensware, Powder, Shot, Lead, Writing and Letter Paper, Wood Roles, & Corn Meal.
EPPES & EGGERS, PRODUCE GROCERS
This Holly Springs firm advertises a large inventory of groceries and: Plough lines, Well rope, Bed cords, Water buckets, best James River Tobacca, Candles, Mustard, Old Peach Brandy, London Porte, Whiskey, Brandy Cherries, Cotton Yarn, and an assortment of Cloth , Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Domestics, Calicoes, Caps, Bonnets, Hats, and Shoes of various kinds.
18 October 1843
We have been requested by the Hon. JAMES M. HOWRY to give notice, that the next term of the Panola Court will commence on the 2nd Monday of November.
The subscriber would inform the Ladies and gentlemen of Holly Springs that he has located himself here with the view of doing any thing in his line of business. His long experience warrants him in saying that in Pruning and all other branches of the science he will be able to give full satisfaction. He can, at all times be found at Eppes’ tavern - unless engaged. ISAAC CARTER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
JOSEPH H KILPATRICK announces a Holly Springs law practice located in the frame building on the north west corner of the public square.
I take this method of informing my friends and the public, that I have taken charge of the Union House, formerly occupied by MRS. CRAFT, where I shall be pleased to see and entertain them at all times and hopes by strict attention to their wants and comforts, to merit their patronage. WYATT EPPES, Holly Springs, Mississippi.
J. FOWLE & CO.
JEPTHA FOWLKES & E.K. DODGE of Memphis, Tenn. Are wholesale dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, French, English and German Chemicals, Window Glass, Perfumery, Etc. Etc. Surgical Instruments, Etc. Fancy articles.
1 November 1843
The first session of this school will commence on Monday the 23nd inst., in the building formerly occupied by MR. GARRETT, near the Episcopal Church. Terms per session of five months half payable in advance and the balance at the close of the session. Tuition will be charged for the time of entrance to the close of the session; no deduction will be made except for absence in consequence of sickness. Reading, Writing, Spelling and first lessons in Arithmetic & Geography - $7.50. English Grammar, Geography, Arithmetic, Algebra, Nat. Philosophy, Ancient and Modern History - $12.50. Note - The government of the school shall be exercised with prudence and firmness and no student shall be permitted to remain in this school who indulge in profane or vulgar language. Reasonable corporal punishment will be inflicted in all cases when it becomes necessary. L.A. LOOK, Holly Springs, Mississippi.
8 November 1843
MARSHALL COUNTY ELECTION RESULTS
CARUTHERS - Circuit Clerk, YANCEY- Probate Judge, WAITE - Probate Clerk, EPPES - Sheriff, WOODRUFF - Coroner, SAWYER - Assessor of Taxes, OLIVER - County Treasurer, SWAN - Ranger. ROGERS - Surveyor, Members of the Board of Police: HENRY ALLEN, ANDREW R CRADDOCK, WILLIE D. CROOK, JOHN KILLOUGH, ERASMUS F. POTTS.
The exercise of this school will be resumed on Monday, the 14th of August, next. J. WEATHERBY, Principal, Oxford, Mississippi.
22 November 1843
The Co-Partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers, has been this day dissolved by mutual consent, the accounts, due the Guard Office for Job Work and advertising since June 8th, 1843, the date of our partnership, have been divided between us on settlement, and payment must be made to the holder of the account. ROBERT JOSSELYN, SHAD R EGGERS.
29 November 1843
DAVID W. LUMSDEN, adm’r of the estate of E. LUMSDEN, dec’d, announces, the 23rd December, next, sale in North Mt. Pleasant of Lots No. 24 & 112.
HOLLY SPRINGS LAW PRACTICE
JOHN QUILLIN announces a law practice with offices at Caruthers & Reid’s Shop.
Married on Thursday Evening, the 23rd Inst. By F P REDMOND, Esq., Mr. E D SLAYTON to Miss MARY N ANDERSON, both of this county.
We have made an arrangement which will enable us to keep always on hand a good supply of Fresh Corn Meal which we will sell cheap for cash alone. Also just received 2 kegs of very superior James River Tobacco, Linseys, and Wool Rolls Etc. EPPES & EGGERS.
HOLLY SPRINGS FEMALE INSTITUTE
The examination of the pupils of this Institute will take place on the 20th, 21st, and 22nd of December, next. The following Session will commence on Monday, the 8th of January, next. It is necessary that early application be made for entrance into the Boarding Department. And it is highly essential in the interests of the pupil that she be entered in the Literary Department on the first day of the Session. C A FOSTER, Rector and Principal, Holly Springs.
13 December 1843
PAY YOUR TAXES AND SAVE COSTS
WYATT EPPES, Collector, announces that those who don’t attend to the payment of their taxes will be liable for collection costs.
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW
JAMES MARSDEN announces a practice of law in Marshall, DeSoto, Lafayette, & Panola Counties of Mississippi and in Fayette County, Tennessee.
The Co-Partnership heretofore existing between KILPATRICK & EGGERS has been dissolved by mutual consent of parties. J H KILPATRICK, SHAD R EGGERS.
CITY BOOK STORE
BERRY & TANNEHILL, Memphis, Tennessee, respectfully invite attention to their general and well selected stock of Miscellaneous Law, Medical and School Books and Stationary, which they offer at the lowest cash prices. All the new and popular publications of the day are received as soon as issued from the press, thus affording the reading public every opportunity to keep pace with the literature of the day.
PROBATE COURT NOTICE
By an order of the Probate Court for Marshall County, Miss. held at Holly Springs at the November term 1843, we, the undersigned, were appointed Commissioners to receive and examine claims against the estate of JOHN NEELY, deceased, and have appointed to meet at the office of JOHN QUILLIN in the town of Holly Springs it being the same as occupied by Drs. REID & CARUTHERS, South of the square, on centre street, on the Saturdays previous to the probate courts of December, January, March and May. Said courts are held on the 4th Monday in each month. JESSE LEWELLEN, JOHN QUILLIN.
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