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In accordance to adjournment the Planters of this county assembled on Monday the 1st inst., Col. T. Brandon taking the chair, and W. H. Vasser acting as Secretary. The committee appointed to inquire into the practi cability of removing the bridge at Columbus made the following report: Mr. Chairman. The Committee appointed to take into consideration the obstruction to the navigation of the Tombigbee river ofTered by the bridge at Columbus, beg leave to re port that there are so many conflic ting opinions upon the subject, that they are at a loss to say wh ich would be the proper course to pursue. We are clenrly of the opinion that the bridge does, to a great e-tenr, obs truct the navigation of the river; and therefoie should be removed. We would here say that there ap pears to be three different modes to proceed to remove the obstruction. 1st, By direct Legislation to re peal :he charter, as it is clear that it does obstruct the free navigation of the Tfimbigbee River. 2d That, the District Attorney of the U. S. district Court il complaint, is brought to his notice, he is bound to empannel a grand jury and bring the matter complnincdof before them and if he is able to get a bill against the bridge; that it can he carried be fore the judge of the Distict Courtof the U. S. and there settle the ques tion and have it adjusted in accor dance with its merits. 3d. That it can be presented to the grand jury of Lowndes County at the nextCircuit Court, and if you are able to get a bill of indictment, against the bridge and can establish the fact that the bridge does obstruct the nav igation of the river; and is also a nuisance to said County, t here would be no doubt but it would be remo ved by a legal process of law. We have not hart lime since the last meeting to examine the various authorites, and have not come to a definite conclusion upon the subject. We therefore would respectfully solicit this meeting to appoint a com mittee of gentlemen of the bar to settle on the point, and say what course should be pursued ttgninst the bridge, as we are clearly of the opinion, that the bridge should be re moved, and the river left open, and clear of any obstruction whatever. The report was received and' agreed to, and on motion it was re solved that the meeting appoint, three members of the bar to take such steps as were deemed by them the surest and most speedy legal y to remove said bridge. Gen, I!. Davis, Hon. S. Adams and John W. Goode Esq., were appointed said committee. Said committee were also requested to inform Col. Robert, Jamison that suit to abate as a nuisance, would be at once instituted against, said f ridge. The committee appointed to en quire into the charged abuses of the ware house system in this town, were on motion, pe rmitted to make no re port until the 13 h iust to which time this meeting stands adjourned. On motion, the committee appoin ted to suggest the propriety of a di rect trade he'.ween this port and N. Orleans begged leave not to report until the 13th inst. Agreed to. On motion the papers in this city were requested to publish the pro ceedings of this meeting. On motion the meeting adjourned until the 13th inst. THOS. BRANDON, W. H. Vassf.r. Sec. Ciim'n. Excitument in Washington. We received by telegraph last night, the following from our attentive corres pondent in Washington. Bait. Pas. Washington, April 19th, 10 p, M. An immense meeting of the citizens wits held to-night in front of the Pa tent office, the object being to consi der the propriety of having removed from the city, a certain newspaper and newspaper establishment called the "National Era." This paper is viewed as an abolition print, incen-j diary in its tendency, and is believed to have been someway instrumon-i tal in the abduction or escape of the 1 77 negro slaves who ran off from their masters a few days ago, and. as you are aware, have since been captured. His Honor, Mayor Seaton, having been indisposed and unable to attend Walter Lennox, Esq., presided at the meeting. The Board of Aldermen and many others were in attendance. The crowd was immense, t great ly excited. The President of the! meeting, aldermen and many others' Urged the necessity of peaceable and orderly proceedings towards the pa per and its proprietors, but the crowd insisted on speedy and sumnary ac tion, and immediate demolition of the office, soul and body, without judge or jury. ' Finally, however, a committee of fifty citizens was appointed, with in-j st ructions Jo wait upon the. proprie- j tors and respectfully request them to move their concern from the District The impatient crowd compelled this committee to proceed immediately j to the discharge of their duty. It was fuither unanimously resol-! ved. that, if after being waited upon, j the proprietors refused to leave the city, the committee, backed by the I citizens, should proceed to move the ottice, appraise the damages, and re munerate the proprietors by subscrip tion, public collection, &c. The committee waited upon the proprietors, and stated the object of, their mission. The said proprietors. however, declined the terms, which I fact was reported back to the popu lace. During this procedure several j stones & other missiles were thrown at and against the building in which the Era is published. Finally, after most inteuso excite ment, it was resolved and agreed up on, that the committee, with the cit izens, proceed to-morrow (Thurso day) morning, and forcibly remove the office in question. Thrre is very little doubt, if the proprietors per sist in refusing to remove their estab lishment from our city, that the res olution above mentioned will be promptly carried into effect. 1 shall inform j ou of the result Immediately by telegraph. n, We would remark that the Nation al Era was formerly the Baltimore Saturday Visiter, for many years a respectable journal, but in its latter days, and before the transformation of its name and removal to Wash ington, became pretty strongly tinc tured with abolitionism. Murprr. - We learn Irom the Paul ding (Miss.) Clarion, of the 1 51 h in stant, that Dr. Longgon, and wife. Mrs. Ann Longgon. together with their child, some nine months old were assassinated on Wednesday morning, the 12th inst., at the resi dence of Dr. L., in Garlandsviile, Jus per County. The oldest daughter of the murdered parents was so bud lymultilated as to leave but little nope ot her recovery, the Carton says: i A negro girl who lived with the family, first communicated theinfor. mat ion of these murders, ill the neigh borhood, stating that five indvtduals had cometo the house and killed her master, mistress and their infant child! The people residing in the cinity, immediately collected togeth er and proce dedtothe house, where 'hey found Mrs, Longgon lying (tend some six yards from her dwelling, with a gash on her head which had peni trated the sku d entered the brain! A broad axe was then disco vered lying near the house covered with blood; the party then proceed ed into the house where they found Dr. Longgon ly'ng on a bed with Ins head dissevered from bis body, with two large gashes on his head, both ol which had entered the brain. His eldest daughter was found lying close to his breast, strangling in his blood, with large wounds inflicted on herright arm and other marks ol violence on her person. She is still living and some hopesareentertaincd of her ultimate recovery. The infant child was lying on the bed with its face so awfully mutilated, that it died in about ten hours after the dis covery was made. It is generally supposed and believ- ed that the negro gi rl. Seeilly, com- milted the murders unparaieJIed as they arc, in blood and atrocity. Her tracks were discovered in the blood of her murdered victims, and when arrested, the money purse of Dr. L. was found in her possession. She has told severe! tales already in ref erence to the matter, and altOO1 there is a possibility of her having an ac complice, the facts of the case, as far they have been developed, will hardly justify such a conclusion. The Tariff of 1840. The cotton planters of the south, in and out ol Congress, must now sec the absolute necessity of protecting and cherish ing man 11 fact 11 res all over the coun try. The startling revolutions in Eu rope have, for the present at least, deprived the cotton planters of the advantage of the continual markets, and should Great Britain become en tangled wiih crumbling thrones and rising republics, she may not require much if any cotton until oil be pour ed over the troubled waters. The time is not far off when the pmiuors 01 couon inny lie compelled to look cliieflv to homfl markets Ibr 1, ., , ... tlie snle. of their stable, ind yet a great m tny of them oppose protec tion to this gjreat and important branch of the business of the United ' Nates! Had tlie tariff of 1843 been permitted to stand, the manufactures l0w,nK ParaSl'ilPti: in this country would be consuming! "The liberation of Europe by the this year 0 or 710,000 bales. Weiunarmed. poverty-stricken day-la-doubt if it be more than 480,000. I borers of Paris and 'heir imitators And with such protection it must be in Berlin, Vienna, Munich, etc., is to clear to nil practical men of business be commemorated by a gre.nd civic that in a few years the domestic con- and military jubilee a! the Park The sumption of the raw material would latrc on ihe evening of the 25th inst. reach 1,000,000 bales. That Cotton There will be a presentation of it would at 'bis writing be two cents a Cap of Liberty to the city of Paris, pound lngher it the tarifl ol 42 had not. oeen revoked, there is no ques tion. But. the writer is not a suller er, neither being a planter nor man ufacturer. A South i'ner. Modern DeMocnAoy. "Inoemnitv for the Past," Pay ing lif'teen mil lions lor foreign territory, for which we bave no use, after spending one hundred millions in order to enforce the payment ol' three. "Security for thb Fiiturf, " In corporating several millions of Mex ieaiis. Indiana and Mullafoos into the United States, either ns "('ree and i n lightened citizens' ol our republic. or us conquered subjects to be kept in own hv the nresenne nf t mtdhA. -- j - ing army "DuvoTtox to Human FnuEnoiw:" Ranting about the efforts to esiab lish liberty in France, in ortlcr, if possible, to divert, public attention from the encroachments of Ihe Ex ecutive upon the 'charter of our lib erties' at home, Martinsburg (Va.) Gazette. The Mexican War. Is it popular, or is it not? Upon this question Mr. Webster and Mr. Cass are at direct i?sue. Mr Webster affirms that the war is unpopular that the great, mass of the American people do not sympathise with the Executive on the subject of the war, either as to its inception or its object. Mr. Cass denies, peremptorily, this position affirms that the war is popular, and points to the alacrity with which the nenolp snpuntr tn firms; :it (tin null IV. f.., ! l.. ,- r i, oi wuai n.- n il muij, uam ji uui Ul Ills J position. With all due deference to his wis dom t sagacity, we do not hesitate to a firm that, he has entirely mistaken the motive of that alacrity that he has mistaken the general rule for the particular case that, he has mista ken for a popular feeling i:i favor of ibis war, that ardent and devoted oatr nt sm wh!,. , from iL ran. j '7C, has ever burned in the bosom of j every American which has made! him ever ready to do battle on the! side of his coui.try; that spirit which, abiding d.-eply in the heart of every American citizen, found vent in the ohivalrio battle crv of tlie Brallani sailor "My country fight. but RIGHT i or wno,o, MY COUNTRY. 1 lie follow ing incident illustrates our views on ; this question, and we think denotes the TRUi'. state of feeling in regard to I this most vexatious war: A few day- w days since a paleJemaciA-I , -iti ,. ., od. sickly looking man, with a face unsnorn, ( .1, othed in shirt, and panla- loons. jth a light blue OVercont CUt. after Uncle Sam's pattern a fair specimen of a 'returning volunteer,' culled into the office to sec about 1 making some arrangements for get ling his 'bounty.' After some con versation, in which he rejourned one or two a flairs with guerrillas, Ate. we asked him how 'he Mexicans tood up in a fight. 'Well, (id lie) I'll jlst tell you; the fact is. ns long a you'll stand off and shute, they'll do very well, but ef you jest rush Oil em. they can't stand it. As jve w as a eomin' down, twelve on us lout 3(1 on 'em; and there's a thing Jink oil' one of 'em's hat." taking out ol his hat a piece ol variegated con!, near .f (eet. on$r, with a couple ofiiu pnin ted fays 011 the ends. After sonic further conversation, from which I judged that lie hud been a small far mer in Georgia and probably had left a family at home, we asked him if he had left a farm at home to lake care of itself and gone oil' to M exico! foe, (said he,) the fact, is, I'd been out onst or tvvyst in Flurridy and should not a went to Mexico, hut one of my sons, he whirled out. and went as orderly sargean I to the company, and his mothe- tuck on so about his goin'. that I told the old woman I'd Wn'r! o it. nnt go myself, and I reck keer on 'im; but as 1 0,1 " ' c,ul 1:1 got this hard lull, and have been Sick ever since, I've let':, him in Mexico &. I'm a goin' home; and I'll tell you ,.,Unt if 1.. rr,..,tl - C " "ill" ii- KClll-ircuiril. i-i (7VDI lll .... , , . ' country gits into trouble agin, any 1 time, even el my head's as white as that are wall, as long as I can hold up ti f.un and shute, I'll do what 1 ken. but you'll never ketch me takin' a hand ngin' in any of these fuhrin Whrs no 1 don't want to have any thing todo over the gulf anymore,' and with this the old man rose up, shook bis head and started off mut teringl,no no no more furrin wars no more." With such timber ns this to make soldiers of (and wo have Af ia ...k. .k. 1 iv i ,- im n, ,1 uui uunilva liao an ao eo or itny nation, willi us, in any war thai enlisis the sympathies ol the people, The boys volunteer, and 'efthe old woman cries' tlie old man volunteers 'so as to take keer on em-' European nations are earnestly en quiring into our militia system, but it is to our political system they must look for the solution of the problem. It is th e morn e not tlie idnsiriiie . , , nr tneties oi our Armies, that rcn dera thnm indnmirahln Another N. York Festival for Ifimot-.x, I ,,., T l, V V-.t. i.unwii- ,, , .iim , vii. x in; .sew J III S Tribune of the I7tliu.lt. lias the fol- through tlie rrench Consul, with ap propritttn nddresses and responses. Dancing for those who relish it, ei ther as partakers or spectators, and we presume a supper somewhere in ihe neighborhood of ihe small hours. The Mayor and the Mayor elect head the list of members of the Pre sentation Cornmitee, which beside embraces the names of ex-mayor Mickle, Harmon, and. otlfers. The Floor committee. (-.'7) is headed by UOI, tiurnett and Uiol. van Huren We shall be disappointed if this does not prove ona o!' the most brilliant i festivities of the season." Mrs. .TnnoC Washing,,.,, cf Mt tr l' - ....u...:...i .i..' : veriiou, nas nuinorizeu tne contra- d. . , , iction ol the current report that Mr. otepnens nan purchased the library of General Washington, or 2000 vol umes ol it, for $5000. She says that there is not. the slightest foundation for it. The family have never en tertained the thought of selling that property, and live times the stimna- mod could not purchase it, BY TELEGRAPH. From the Republican Banner. O'REILLY'S LINE. Arrival of the Acadia. LonsviLLK, April 24, 10i ?. M. 1 lie Acadia airived to-day at Boston The General commotion in Europe :s in creating. The King of Sardinia and 30, 000 trrinpi crossed from Piedmont In i.cnnl anly, declared war against Austria and marched direct to Milan. The Aus- triani were defeated everv where. All ban Dutchies are in onen insurrection. Charles Albert will loon head 20,000 troop, sulh'eient to liberate Lombardy, and threaten Austria even at the gates "I Vienna. Savoy has-declared a republic, Liberal governments conceded in Buden, Wurtemhurg and Saxony. Triumph ol the people of Hanover is complete. The King ol prussia has promised extensive p0"""""0' relorm but Has exaipe li w m umperarra rvussia ny eilCOUraif- iiiL' tin le independence of Polar Nich olas ha ordered all in It II SSI a and Poland, between the ages of 18 and 35, to move to the interior of Russia. He is enncen inline a vast army to crush the republi can efforts in Belgium and Poland, Tus cany refuses to acknowledge Ihe French republic, An cmuete occurred at Madrid TiiUiV people and soldiers were killed t.Jucen Christiana had fled, ihe French Government ordered an army to assem ble on the frontier to watch the move ments of Italy. Lamartine had replied to the address efthe Irish repealers that I miu-iuiervc mion was mo no rv 'ol ei-iinop. r i i 11 ' .1 ,V... iin.-a.-H ,,e,,,in-u uiui govern- ...n,..i ...v ;,. ;,dl,.,,m ,-,;. min nnU mi mnnnu r,.l,..ii; An (airs in Ireland are more menacing n.l.li. lional troops are arriving from England the repealers now openly declare for repeal, that the present union id not suffi. cienl to satisfy their grievances thai the republic is the only remedy. The great Chartist demonstration, to come off Apt il 1 Oi li . has Im en Unhidden by England; all arrangements, however, i re progressing. The proclamation forbidding the meeting only increased ihe excitement, 'I lie Chartists have declared they would hold I lie meeting at the risk of life, an. I issued a counter proclamation to hold a large meeting no arms to be carried in ihe procession. O'Connor advised the with draw al of deposits in the Saving's Hank, amounting in 483.000,000 sterling, as litis would embarrass the government more than an nimy attack ou England, and seems determined to I ri hq mailers to an issue. Large bodies of cavnlrVi in fantry and artillery were drafted ia the metropolis, LIVERPOOL MARKETS. April 8 flour Western canal 25s to 27; Baltimore y."is to SGs. Corn 'J:is to 2tis. Breadstuff's have se riously declined, particularly corn. Cotton -Upland Oldinary S g to 3jtlj Fair, 4i Good, 4d to Gd; Mobile, Or- - , Sea Island, 7 lo I8d, Stained, 7d. M ket tolerably hrm nt close lojt. Purtliei decline ttf lil, Sales of week endius last evening SO, 7.'I0 boles. Including Upland 3:.l 10 43,, I Orleans 3:,'d t, fijd, Alabama, 3Jd to 4:j,l Sen Island 7d m'lOd. Sn.ck in linrl335, 000 bales, including 17S.000 American. Ooef.-lllOli ill M:nw lir.li.r nrn voi-u' i- , 1 .united .1 ...j FURTHER Y THE SARAH SANDS. VERY IMP OUT. 4 NT. DlSTUBBAHOKS IN ENGLAND, IbEI.AND and Scotland. Late lust evei nig, we received from our attentive correspondent in Now York, a despatch giving further am) very im portant intelligence from En ope, receiv ed by the Sarah Sands, which left Liver pool ou the 3d inst. ' "J" England are.it is sta- ted, almost in a state of revolt, ihe Irish are burying arms of all kinds, and the po lice ure fraternizing with them. Troops have been sent tu Scotland, to prevent disturbance there. The Chartists were lo meet at Notting ham on the 3rd inst. It was previously proposed I hat they should march into London, nil urmed, five hundred thous and slrono. 'I he Telenranh wires liel wenri T.nn.liin nod Liverpool vvero broken when the j Sarnh Sands let',. r ranee is said lo have been in a OUIOt stale, with the exception of some disturbances among die workmen. petty aii tNortnern uaiy ism lull revolt, ami the Austrian troops driven before the people in all directions. The leport that a Prussian Renal had been formed, was premature. The King of Prussia wns slill on his throne, but wns granting concessions to the peo ple to almost any extent demanded. There was every prolmliilitv ofa war between Germany and Prussia. Tranquil iy prevailed in Austria. Ii is believed ilmt the Austrian! will unite with Germany, '1 he ElUlllsn uVet wns coming down the Baltic, and cannon had been plained nt Elsinoro to interrupt il. This force I was destined to render assistance lo the King n(' Naples. All Southern Russia w as ill a stale of revolt. Seveial arr?sts were made in Spain of persons charged with seditien. The Pope has issued a proclamation exhorting the church to respect Kings. The King of Naples has abdicated, and appeals Ibr assistance to other Powers. The Tolegiaphio wires were disarrang ed Ibr SORIC time, occasioned by ihe foil infl 'if a Iree, anil they commenced work-, mg only Usl evening. We ,ruM ,lmt ''rtling news above published may be somewhat exagg. rated, but must OOllfeSS loat we have great fears "L,1,e result of the agitation in England. I he news by the next steamer will lie ."'.'. i ml nun i,,, in nw ijiiis. llltGI :e6t t..d r. ;,i, ,i. .i I.;.- If, is stated that in Prussia on the 19tli of March, in the revolution thirteen hun dred soldior3 nml more than a thousand citizens were slain. The Bank of Mobile received Vaster ciay ay tne sieainor uregon oiuu.uuo, nail i in gold ond ball' in silver. Mo. Trib. J 1. . . .1 AtAAAlA , l-ll STILL LATER FROM EUROPE tir rival of the America. TheKoal M tiil Steamer America, which sailed from Liverpool on the 15th ins!, arrived to-day. The Great Chartist meeting which was held on ihe 10th, passed off quietly, and was attended by 200,000 persons. A pe- itioti was drawn up and presented to Parliament by a deputation appoint ed for thai purpose. Ireland is quiet. Government hav ing overawed t he revolut ion for the present; arms are still being manu factured in large quantites, and ihe Peasents constantly engaged, prac ticing shooting. The Repeal papers are very violent. O'Connel had an interview with Lord John Russel, al which he asked that larsre conces sions be made Ireland, but Russel re- lused lo grant, them and stated the intention of his Government, Den- mar.; nas commenced war iilmimsi Nteswiek it llols'e n, two duchii s be longing to her;eah contain 400,000 souls; they have revolted against the King, and demanded to be recogni zed as Inpnpetiilent Slates. A bloody battle has been fought at Flensburgil in which the Danes were victorious, loss very heavy on both sides. The I Prussian froOpS were ordered toad ( vnnce, lo the suppprt of Holstein, and should the King of I 'enmark retaliate by stopping supplies, his territories will be Invaded. The Austrlans have been defeated at every point b the Lombai'diiins. The Poles have or ganised committees throughout the duchy and have called ihe people io arms; they have sharpened their scythes and driven aw ay ihe Russian soldiers, cut off the mill, lorn down the Impel ial Eagle and seized what ever treasures they cuu.d lay their bands on. An insurrecl ion brok Cnssel on ihe Iilih ins! riot nt Cologne; serioti .at M Pi tercburgb. Rui ised neutrality, provide out tit 1 esse A frightful (list urhunce? sin lias prom- Slops are HOI at Tuikev litis i ncKeu. :lliowled rnncp i n ho- a Ri public Arch D been declared Hi; Holland. Belgium. I Palermo, Hi rlin. Mr Mil in were irnnqu i;oine the ! and dest dates. It is reported that Louis i arrived in ihe America. joiininaeitires in i.ngi.im .iip very 'lull. Ar I tOndnn Consols 8',' 1 -4 ;i '-.'I!: f TtlHOB HAHMLItlllOl 1 U .. fcj 1 OO 1-4 si .1 Mti .. .. t , v. i iii.v.1 ,1 ni .1 i A heller fuel 1 li w viola it,,. f'..,. ket. Flour has advanced Is per sack, anil (hi per lib!. Meal 1 Is a 12s 100 lbs. Provision.! linn. Sales off'ottnn lor the week 35,300 bales. Orleans 2 1-S to ,r, 2 4 (extremes we presume.) Mobile .! 0-8 to t l-2d I i;r 1! II' . mi AMII sliTON. Ann S . he . sen ile i not in s. ssimi 10 dav. Iiavinn adjourned Irom yesterday over 1,1 Monday. ii""-,' 1 no reaiuuiinn nnereu yester day bv Mr. Palfrey, relative to unlawful assemblages, Was taken up as the unfin ished business. Mr. Stanton addressed the bouse in np. position to the resolution, and wns speak ing when lliis despatch was sent nil' Cor. Hull, Pat., li v Telegraph. IT 'in 1 .- n- 1 Mess.-s. R. Munis ' Co.. General Newspaper agents, are aeents for this paper. They receive subscriptions lor every Nowspaner and Periodical in ihe United Slates. Mr. J. D. Tatum, Post master is their sith-agpnt fur Aberdeen, PIIILAI.KTHIA, CLUB, This Clllb In, Ids lis regular meetings at the Coo"t house every Sniutday night Tlie fnl lowing h Ihe subject for debate thisevenins, Will il bt good pulicy 10 Withdraw Ihe ninnev which accrues from die licensing drinking houses frum do Ire-'tsnry o' the city of Ahe--deen, and appropriate 11 io ihe Female Acade ,nV yyiJeefer'''' .1 L Walton, Jos. Crawford; L Herbert, ft F Cnopwood, J JOS. DYSART, See. Nesa.lve J I. Tenia RBORUITS rpilK Undersigned l.avini received orders X toihat effect, has opened a rrciulilng sta tion at Aberdeen, for itu Ud Regiment viissls slppl Rifles, Recruits cnllsdiig at thlsstatlon are permitted io join sny company in the regi ment, oa sirlvina head quarieis, M. A. MANN, Is 1.1. Comp. P, id Mi IhjH,. may ti tf Conul'ts HeCfuitittg Station. GROCERIES. JUST rec and Ku eetveil, pei steamers Union, UllVe .innev, 80 llh Is choice Bacon ion i,h Whiskey SA dn Kii'.nt 25 Id do do 100 s.K.lts Coffee 1 derccs R'ce If) bids & it) id bb's Mol s es. nay li COZARI' f- CLARKE. ' SODA WATER; It' I 1 II hue iresh syrups nl lee, 1 1 rn,iyo S,ns .v ii,T." nn v ii N'Tiliei n made Vra2ons made to or. . 'le'-. j i- i received and lur sale nv VI a v li COZART CLARKE. KEEP COOL! KSFPGOmT "iv li would lolortn ihecitliensol Aberdeen VV ihai we are ntsnared io lurni-h ihcm with lt'U at Ihe tnosi lea-enable pi ics. Sflt hope onreff-'ils in please w, II meet the appiobathn) nnd encouragemenl 61 the public, sothfii we will be enabled durii die summer io Inrnish ibis most excellent luxury lo lbs healthy, and necessary article to ihe sick. inv 6 " SANPS & GETS pROUT OR CLOS T K R CI IT TON "si-; S I i rilHE u"derslgned have j usl received a lew L bushels of the above seed, which Ihey 111 sell a' SlOOper bush.j S !0 per gall,; tftprplnl, orSS cents per dozen. They will al-n plain them nn share, whioh they prefer lo selling at 'Sill,, ihe above prices. mny&t M J WICKS & CO. Af ts s'-y-J v.. . ! 4tflw ! I M. LYON of ihe house of Lvon & Bn ker. has termed a copnrtnciship win. WH Hcdshn of Suinpter countv Ala. and will continue Ihe Commi ion and FactOfaX? DUSi nessiu this city, under ih asms of LYON & HUDSON. They rcspeclluliy U'nder (heir srr.'ices lo pUnlcrs mnvtitv j: L. McOLkmduN, Commiion Ms b- ciiant, o 3S Commerce kt,. Mobllf. is thanklul lur pti lavor-, and wltl continue die nbuve business, respefU'ullv mllcfts a continil ancpnl liie patronage ofhin Frfenda, imv 1st, NOTICE. A LTj Pers-ins iudehied Iodic sub-ci ib'- r- ei- r Iher by note or account fcr I t year tW5 '46 or '47 ate rcqoestsd to call and Mills with- out luriher notice. may ' CUZART A CLARK!. CAr;F.FKVF7iaLv7 rTHK undi rslsriied si-1 1 1 mansraCI u re to orer , 1 C'm.r-FooT .Iki.i.y. AImi, leu Ciikam by Ihe quan or gallon, for Family uii ilia v d SANDS & GXTS. F OR SALE- ifl.OOO h I.iniiber, iisMnu-d COZART CLAftKG. "pAlsl.NN, Almon l.V f.emonn, Filb-n Cilron, Cordii Cakes, etc. Iresh, w tiu! may li lis, Lrm.i -y.up. , Currants It, Ovndies 'sale and ii-tail bv Si Mis A liFTS. TAILOFiING REMOVAL. TBE SUBSCRIBER has removed bl Shop, lo die room fonnerlv occupied by Hi- D d i 'on, nxl duoi in Mr Krai '- fewclry sio're, whera 1 he is Ol era red In do al! hir..h. (r w,,rl.- In l.i. line si the lihnriest no lee, n the most RA- ImaNt manner ami S uit All aid k in is i, (JoTTINa done no fii, no pay 19 tf WM. CAIN. PLANTER'? HOTtl. fOj the Public Square.) b-eriher lakes mi- iu -1'i...l ol I his Irlends that his house 111 i for reception ol rravellers, Mi Lsd and Boside His btabl cnmlortuble s are roomy, commodious, nnd as and well provided as any In ihe city. Give bun a tall v u -ii o.i. h" planned. JOHN FRANKS. np Jii if 5000 TOt Tennessee do Bacon, L-ird. L iw lor Cash, ap ill by M .1 WlCt " Firth. Pol 'nihil PlASGS, 'ond & Co., N. Bridse. taehiaeni from ii. .m ihe manufaiorv Y , wiih Pa'eni Vibrall Als, . a lew Willi i he 1 Nun-, ei Clark's. N Y A Rue assortment ol slrdmenis, lor sale on by (ap88U) DR. H- A. SUitGKON ABF.RDE April isis. WAN AN active inilusirii die new conlectioniirv. Wind and Sirinjt In nceommodatirc terms W. U UAYFOHD DENTIST, SN. MISS. T! D5 IL(jR0 D0Y, rpHE if 1. cliize they ha vi respectfully ferin the Ah! nd vicinity, lhal r.i east of the .suite ol Coz.l r- c Confectionary and CAKE KIT. ESTABLISHMENT, where thet land Pabti I peet to ke manufaclu every dnv nb led m furnish nil Ro.t.-! oi test r.ollee. They ex-,- on hand fnnh Candies, A I A good supply celebrated 1 CANDY. HONEY CI They have now on to keep a fine nssoritn At.MONOl I Ou.sons, I We aie niepirnl t, vt a half himr'ii node EA. d and will continue if Pi nit'-, such as aisiis, .kmons. Fii.rrtirs. 0 manufacture lc-: i'iikami e. Ice Leinouadc by tbeLflmi quail or Gallon. v. .. ..r. n.,,.. dv 10 lecelve enters for p.-.iu .i.l p,i - n.'i anni I ,-,.-n..,-rlle nll.tH rii 1 lie ralronazc of ihe communn v g -nr rally, 1 ni,. - 1 ' , - ' and ol' diose parti ulany whobtty 10 again .... ...o .1 itn.l ,n oil . n MnhlU I.I.HU npiii 8J 'I ANI1S gi GETS. j IIIHII: . I Pi ad li.-li: 1) c. P.tCHAftD Si Co., of ColUlt ecirully call Ihe I berdeen, 10 ihel ic n "I the citizi n iiMisivc Bssortment !d BDcK'; & STATIOY. They have now on hand and are constantly teceivh sr, all ihe valuable new publicatlsns ol the d.'V, amoirj Wldcb are to he lound Miss Strickland's Queens of Lnglaad, James' Heniy ihe Poll rib. Tne Conquest oi Catlfcrnls, Prescoit's compteta work-, T vlor and his siaif, muslin or paper, Seolt " " " " McCauley's Cariyle's and Brougham Miscellanies; Military Tactics, AU themcst valuable standard prose and pn ciical Works, in Library slvle. The IsrscM assortment of School Bonks, ev er brousl aee, wiih Mationerv ol all kirds; and Intend io purchasers, in iter ii unnecessary Mobile lor artlch Columbns Mis- hnidins out indurioiieiv, ard to prides, as shall ren- t our citizens to depend on in uui hue. A,d 1T7 AGON AND GEAR Foil BALE. A VV Pirstrste Four-Horse Wagon and Gear fur sale, either for cash, or on lilne. -i 1 1 ' J U jsNNINOS NEvV CLOTHING, Subscriber has jnst received a hand -i nr. i" assortment ot Spring and Sumwr Goods, consistinit of Merino, Viffonis, Linen.; Tweilss and Gi chain Frock and Dress coats. Merino, LHcn, Twedcs and Cotionsde piniis.i Mar.-eilii-s andstdin Vests of various patterns and pricesj Muslin ami si;k Cravats; shirts undcrshiris, drawers end suspenders) Panama Leshirn, Moleskin and Palm-Leaf hnls. Also a handsome let of r n h and English t Ii.oths, j i" assimrrks and M up In order, and ' ma le in town, end el wh'ch will be s lUSl dealers, 'fin and examine bel'or He may b.- lent I Isughton d- Dun ! neymen Tailors v i npH iiNoes, which he will make m ant as neat a Bt as can be s i-ood work, or no sale; all d In tor cash, or to punc- public are requested to call narchnitnff elsewhere. rd his store one door eai of lin. One or lo good Jour-1 S. W A I. TON H. it It w AHE, CU I'l.ERY. Ac - Hart ford Collins' axes, Ky, pailern; Casi si, el Wredina sndarubblnn lines; Ames' spades and i shovels, steelyards, weighing from 50 in 800 lb i Paieni baiancesand counter scales, Bn htm l land wend S'lws; Steel con mii's In. in No4tu0 I in good sssnrimen' oi taMe and pocket cutlery Drawing Knives, Hammer-, tv.! Ins' Ilnnd ; llaichei-i Tea Rentes and Codec mills; n line assortment of Swede Iron, all sizes: Cast, Ger man and Blister aieel; Hoop Ironol variousst tin Nad- of all size-; CaSlings i f r.ll s..r:s, book an I eye I m.es; bu Is and screws: Plow nioui.l lor sale by J B JSNNINOS P'th1 A lew I nlf bl.ls. i I lor sal. inner bbl cle. lo Also M i JO R m ti. bl 75 Bids Wlnskcv li Bhds Mnga'', 111 I s.'i lis Hie Cell Java and LsgROa do. io Boses sperm candle fir sale by (qpW) Rdamanuns do. .1 R Irwis-n.. ("1 EO.tnK A. 4YKBsJ dt CD., CoMSUutaa 7 Herchmti, Moait.1 An. npl IB-ly SYRUP OF NAPTHA. An article whicbias recently attracted much attention asa remedy in Tubercu lous Consumption, Bronchitis &c. upril 8. HamTTON & Hf.ItNDON. CINCINNATI FLOUR. EBLS, Cinclanati Fi..ur; a choice ar ticle, in store and lor sle bv 20 "n)8 J V Jes-minos SPRING, 1848. (1f)7.ART K CLARKC, are now receiving J and opening direct from die city ol' New York, and purchased f mm first hands, manu facturers, Importers and others, Under the moil la voi able circumstances, a varied and extcn nlve ass irtmStM ef British, Preach and Ameri can DUV GOOnS. Pmipv mill aiinlll ftim. ; pri-iiis mnnv Wew, It ich ami Fashiimable styles nil ei which -loill be invaiiat-ly offered lo'the cittscnii nt Aberdeen, North .VisssUinpi and Alabama, st i lie lowest possible pricis lorCuH, jur on the usaal terms lo PfltCTlTALienttrs, I They inreeone anj ad to come and exam- !L"eudSS ",,'m?,VfS' " "a is uo tronbis shew A pi H 18tH Cedar PSils and Buck- "l ' OOIMV Mt i I '," "Ri Cedar C hurns; Well Bnebmi Pain. nd Varnished do White and -ininied iuhs nlni wheels; hall bushels, sin iio 10 gallon lie"-, use helves. 'or 'ale by (apis) J B JesMNca SALT! 8ALTII ' QQ s 11 K8 irj prime u.'dcr, and for aplH COZART ,f- CLARKE. 20 ItFtl)'- GAB. ted sacks Coffee. Molasses, Mackerel, Rice, Whiskey, Nails. Iron Castings, etc., te always on hand and offered at die lowesrprice. apt 8 Co..', i: i' ct.Aineit H 1 s' ""o r' wu "l SHOlis, (Luci us and uldlei v A La re and cam I " " "ssonuieni, n n iy opened and nfferrod heap by (nt.8) COZART CLARKE, )At O- A et"!hrsi raie n, w side Bacon J IU-.I received and lur sale bv a;"'1 J B Jknninos. T)lM l si SIKH-A r,hS as-ortmemTTf I) Boots) Ulan a line n-siuiment ol Men's Woraen's and Childirn's shoes; Palm and Fur 1 1 .is. fur sale he ftml Hi J R J.u..o. 'I .otm ,u.u It; am ft A fine assort men X o chewii and smoking Tobacco and 11a. svna (jigars, for sal by an! rl J B h:s P l 1 - I Pn.-i It V I T B Currants, -.iiawberries ves, Ginsrr, sirawbeny Jam, Cur io, sftrdines, Totnalo Datsnj Cia- .1 B Jknnings Faints, oits, 4o. ad, 2fi Kxira do 4- Unwed oil, at st, L. inp .1 B jKWiNfjs' fkoM HBV, OU, PJSCK ' ' 1A.MPIOH uear air;' imnogiuafMtioiBUicr RnrlttUlninn I htve had itcrislon to ate irvertl liixra of i u ymr Cathartic and Tonic pi in m Antrily tnti wirh nt! of my npflil"ri, whu ve( i ;tHlicirii wi'ihii i ri r BOinaKn to tb ciiin. it, finiJ ii tflordl m much pttomirPti bear mv lextlmon) id lien vaJueand Huect. c i lay vii.ii I have ml beea tccurtoipeil hi Wf ofa m vanely ol pi Us und poilooadvertliied itiil nddtotfM ml lioitfl thai tur pills tre n iiifi and oxnodlUoui rem pdy in all tht .nuns iti Iniormltti til and bullmi fotrt tV naneftnd foi er - ih Ii. I i tieerfutly and without soli- ) M PECK LMON' tfedicitre; mi lurms AUnnn eneclual nminiv lor nl qiiKfiptioll, Tllli uiedlctiie hni, breu iu if in-ii number nl yeanii ndihohen ii fnllj derclnped ihai the rli inwd for ihe , i-.l maver unm extent! for jlthnngh r liu uiann icfiirednetr boll inlfHon box i . .i vear.he i noi brieaobl to apply 'the country. Thin medtctne moybevt i- mnci.ri il, ' i lull - A- i.-v--r the Arntrtur. j-hns Winier nn.iSi ru in leTur all virhi in -i uiediclne.anil ireeitredby ihlsejreitai it shoiter time, and with more c.rtai'icj' ilmu lystemthal lm bnen recommended, inialnaSt pills, 12 ol whlph u-i I cure any of chill and fbver A pampb'el ccomna . giving Tutt direcltona and nuneroai cur- efflc icy uf thoao pitla J'.icc reduced 10 in; .'is. Ihe use ni nivtli. -. i hv nnvoth E eh bit iiiiiiuhi v ( yl..so . Chninplon'R Nri BILLI0U8 ANTI DYSPEPTIC CATHARTIC PILLS, ,'ir urn. 11 -i. mi combined propeftlei fbr icMea, carefully andcorrictly combl laaalat the ;". el oi annthcr, rortlie beu- VEGETABLE ANr POSSESSING 11 in ! 1 In-ull ikni'i lie- aaterti. arilwittiiim r--;ir of contradiction, that ine dernandwr these pllle Is not equaled by any medicine In tbotJSlMeii h" hi b mmmm atnumbenpl cerUBcaleaof nl l!i.. 111 . .' ,..;.:l:i, - ran . Hi : ii r.-. ! ;, , t ilijni! riir, - tlisthave been eflecied hy tills '1 1 1 - s sre roe mended 10 iim atiem 1. .hi of ei '- nfftleted srlth Itvei cnrnplsloii dysoep. In, ns habits, rnsHveness, cholera morbus, rheu ,. .-.1 niili, null rtontai h, depraved amMllte, pifl a of the hr-irt. ivnrn.s, lanndtce, headache sod mined, ili.ierlif.sr,, narvoilit afleclions. olislriKled ruatinn dysentery nr itnv, hesrtbarni white '2 and eUthbae dlsi n-- in "1 irtiui Impure lanoil i' r, ' ,-ais per box A niuiphlel aoconipanles each iti lull direction! nil ample leaHinonlsIs of ihe rre-le of these pllta Sold al ihr drns stores of TON .v II RNiiON 11 nl II UIOIITON A DUNK. .berdeea, Mlss.and In all the towns sad vlllsfes, numsrotts oouniry agents m lie1 souihei n i wes nes. april I, 'tgj iv2-ly r II If ST CTE OF MISSISSIPPI, hisiuri Chancery Court af the less MisH nppl, "I I liltnu. March Kci.es 1848. I Pe'er L Parclnnan, comp'l ) 174 j Ali're.J Mullins el al defe. LTPON opening complainants bill, and it J appearing that defendant Allied Mullins lis net an Inhabitant of this state, but resides beyond the limits thereof so lhat the ordinary process of (his court cannot be served upon linn, li i then fore Orbkred, that unless he be and appear before die Vice Chawcellor of the state aforesaid, al the Court Room in the lown of Fulton nn die Third Menrfos m Mm ne.ri. and plead, answer or demur 10 said bill, IBS several sltegaiions Inereol will be taken for 'ii fessed as in him, and snr h order and decree mail,' ihe rein as 1 lie Vice Chancellor niav Item equitable and just And il is further ordered luti a copy of lid- order be inserted in the Wei Sly Independent,' a newspaper published in Ihecit) of Aberdeen, once a week for Hvc months su 'cessively. mar 18 flm J. ROBINS, ale. TBE BTATE OP MISSISSIPPI. " I) Court of thr Statu of MlMU. Itml nt tdton. M. ,111 11 Rl-les-1818. Nelson F Kyle Comp, ) 153 tu Henry Mann etsldeft's J TTTON open ine Complainants' bill, and it vj appearing thai defendant Henry Mann is not an inhabitant nl' this stale, bin resides be- yund lite limits thereof so that the ordinary process of this couri cannot be served upon I him, Il Is therefoie Osdssso, that unless he be and nppear before the Vice Chancellor of the , slate alnresaid a.t die court room io die town ol T'u'tnn on ti.e and fde; , Men rat in Mag vrxt. ad, answer or demur to said bill, the allegations thereof will he tnken for ed as lo him, and such order or decrea if rem ns die Vice Chancellor may deem leanljiisl. And it Is futlber ordered, copy of this order be inserted in the y Independent,' a newspaper published :ltv of Aberdeen, once a week lor iwu successively, 11 Jin J. R.OR1NS. CUt. W ' nunllis mar Tilt. STATE nr Mtfesissippi. Pi-! i :cl Chun-iii Court ot in-, ft'alt of tAissit siopi ol Fhlton. MaSCH ltii.r.s 1848. Jsoh Cnhen el al UumptSi 1 77 vs O o 11. Llvmcston el al Pefis TfPON opening complainants bill, and it L appearing ihai defendants Ghtorce H Liv- Ingston, Judah Barrett and Muses i Hvarns are not inhabitants oi this Male but reside bj yond the limits thereof, so lhat the ordinary process ofthis court rannol be servc.i up in them li is therefore Oatsstn, lhal unless thev e and appeal bclore ihe Vice Chancellor o( (he stale aforesaid utilic Conn Room in the town ot Pulton, on the Third Monday in Mj next, and plead, answer or 'demur io said bill, the several allegations therein will betaken for con fessed as to them, and such order or decree made therein nstlie Vice Chancellor may deem eqiiahlc and jusl. And it is further ordered dial a copy ol this ouler be inserted in the 'Weekly Independent,' a newspaper published in die city of Aberdeen, once a week, lor two months successively mar II im J ROBINS, CU.