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TILGHMAN M. TUCKER, Governor of the the State of Mississippi To all who shall see these presents Greeting: WHEREAS, it has been satisfactorily made known to the Executive of this State, that between the 1st day of June, a. v., 1842, end the 23d day cf February, a. d. 1843, a! the city of Jackson, in Hinds county, of this State, Richard S. Graves, State Treas urer of this S'ate, did embezzle the money, se curities and properly of this State. And where as, the said Graves was, on the 2'2d day of March, 1343, arrested upon said change cf embezzlement. And whereas, curing the in vestigation of said charge before the commit tmgeourt. to wit: on the 2Gth day of March, 1S43, escaped from the custody of the Sheritl o! Hinds county cf this Stale, and is now a fu gitive from justice. And wheroas, the safety ;snd good order of society require that the said Richard S. Graces should be apprehended, se cured and brought to trial; I do therefore is sue this my Proclamation, offering a reward or Five Hundred Dollars to any person or persons v. ho ma v apprehend and secure the sa d Graves in this State, and the sum of one thousand djl lars to any person or persons who may appre hend the said Graves oj! f this State, and se cure him in any jail of the Unired States of A rnerica. And I do moreover require ail officers. Loth civil and military, of this .Statu, to aid and assist in tringing s-.id Richard S. Graves to answer ?! e charge made against him. And I do furthermore caution any and ali ersons ii-'ist receiving of cr from (he said Kiciiard f- Graves, any United Sta es Treasu ry ote-. which are made payable to said Graves, cr order. .-st. In testimony whereof 1 have here rnony to set and subscribed my name, and ;sed the Great Seal of the Stale .Mississippi to be hereunto affixed, the citv of Jackson, this 2Gih day : ca ' of et of March, A v. and of the sovereignty of the State of Mi iSSlsSiPPl tu T. M. TUCKER. Hv the Governor: LEWIS G. GAZLAWAV, . Secretary of State. DESCRIPTION. i he .a id Liirf. v is about s or Ju years cf aze, o feett) or 10 inches in height, with a hitrh and somewhat receding forehead, ligiit brown hair, approaching auburn, which vi is in the habit of wearing brushed from off his fore head, and long Lahind; his mouth is. large, with n peculiar pucker at the corners; his nose is s'igntiy crooked and prominent; has a thick and rather prcjecting upper lip, and his front teeth slightly decayed; large lightlblue or grey eyes, with heavy btows of a color similar to his hair; he wore short sandy whis!:ers when he left, but it is extremely probable that he may have cut them off to avoid detection: he speaks very quickly and fluently and in rather a loud tone.' lie is supposed to have escaped in female attire. Trust Sale. PURSUANT to the provisions of a deed of Trust to me executed as Trustee, on the 2 2d day cf January 1342. by Macomb McNeill, to secure the payment of a certain promisary note, in said dee I mentioned and duly recorded in the office of" the Probate Clerk of Marshall county j Ttiss., in deed Book (j.) page 590 and 000. I will expose to public sale for cash, o the highest bid- i der at the courthouse door in the town of Holly Springs, on Monday the 11th day of September) next, the South-east quarter of Section Twenty six of Township three of Range two. west of the basis maridian of the Chickasaw cession. Being Trustee. I will only convey s'icli title as is in me vested, by said deed. . WILLIAM WRIGHT , Trustee. March Tlh, 19-13. td. TRUST SALE. r?Y virtue of a deed of trust to ma execu IS ted bv William Crain, dated 21st Septem ber, 1810. and. duly recorded, in .the probate clerk's office of Marshall county. Miss., indeed book H. page ojO ami 5G0, to secmc the payment o! certain notes therein named, I shall tell for cash to the highest bidder, at the court house door of Marshall coutitv.'in the town of Holly Springs, on the 20th day of April, 1343, .the following tracts of land in Marshall couny, to wit: section 33, township one of range one v.-psi: section 27. townshiD one of rane three west: also, about 400 acres in section 34, tov n shin on of ian?e three west. 1 shall make Mich title ns is vested in me. P1TSKR MILLER, Trustee. Sept. 27, 1842. 37. The State of llississppiJIonroe County, Eobt. B. Loughridge ) bill for Divorce. vs. Ciicuit Court, October Nancy Loughridge ) term, 1812. ORDERED by the court that publication pf this order be made in the Holly Springs Guard, a newspaper published in the town of Ilo'ly Springs, notifying the defendant of the perdeacy of this suit, and that unless she plead answer or demur v the plaintiff's bill of com plaint by the next term of this court to be liolden at Athens on the 4th Monday of April next, the rame will betaken pro-confesso and tel down for final hearing. -1 trui copy from the minutes, Test, A. I'GLLARD, lerkv Feb. 8, 1843. G-cm. Frs fee 15. District Court of the United States. No. 719. Northe-n, District of Mississippi. Notice is hereby given that John W. Malone, of Iarsh3ll county, has this day filed his peti tion for the benefit of the bankrupt law, and that the 2d Monday of March, 1313, has jbeen appointed by the court for the hearing of the same t the court room in the town ot Aberdeen! 3 Test, g. m. kagsdale, clerk. f . District Court of the Unitea States, Northern District of Mississippi. Notice is hereby given that Thomas L Beard cf Marshall county, . has been duly de clared a bankrupt by an order of this said court made on the 30dday of January, a. d. 1843. and that the said .T. L. .Beard has . ap plied for a certificate of discharge from his debts, under the act of congress in such case made and provided; and the 3d monday of June next, at Aberdeen, has been set for the fi nal hearing. AW persons may then and there appear to shew cause, if any they can, why the decree and discharge should not be granted. ? Test, G. M. Ragsdale, el'k. Dhti Set court of the United States, Northern district of Mississippi. Notice is hereby given to all persons inter ested, that John Logan, of. DeSoto county, has this aay niea ni3 petition tor the benefit of the bankrupt law, and that the 2d Monday of Marc4i, 1843, fyas been appointed by the court for the hearing of the same, at the court room in the town of Atercser), Mississippi. ; .?est$2 G. M. RicsdALE, elk vision house, Holly Springs, Mississippi. I TAKE this method of informing my ineuu and the public, that I have taken charge oi the Union House, formerly occupied by Mrs. Cnft, where I shall be pleased to see and enter tain them at all times; and hope, by strict atten tion to their wants and comforts, to merit their patronage, Persons will be .entertained at the following reduced rates: Board bv the vear, without lodgiDg, $1-U 00 i tt with ' 150 CO By the month.without lodging, in advance 12 ... with 44 " IJ -Man and horse by the day, 2 all night, leaving after breakfast 1 , before, 1 Single man by the day, Morse by the cay, 1 Dinner and Horse feed, 00 00 00 50 00 00 00 50 25 Single meal, Horse bv the month, 10 00 25 " Single feed, Lodging. Wood and candles, extra charge: WYATT EPPES Holly Springs, Jan. 1, 51-fm. JMRSII.lIili av.v. lYcvt" Administration. fj HE" subscriber having leased .the Marshall I Inn, 'formerly kept by Mr. Williamson,) would beg leave to inform his friends in particu lar, and the public in general, that he is now rea dv nnd willing to furnish the best entertainment the country will afford and at very reduced prices lie will give a strict attention to his Table and to the deportment of his servants, and alt things ronr.ee ted with the comforts of Travellers and Boarders, und asks a share ot Patronage. WILLIAM L. LANIER Holly Springs, January 1, 1643. denized. In imported btailion ot the pu -jL rest Lnehsh blood, will cover this season at a BALE OF COTTO? each mare, and 0 cts. to the groom .Ut.iMCL.iN is 7 years . old. has grca'.iy distinguished himself on the turf in Ten nessee, Alabama and Louisiana, having beea good winner at cxe, two, three and four mile heats, and retired without a blemish. His form is unexceptionabla, and he has all the additiona ronuisites of heaitb, constitution and temper f r a capital Stallion. For Pedigree, performaece &c, apply to the subscriber, near Wa.terford, 3 miles Sonth of Holly Springs, where Denizen will stand. . JOHN BO A RDM A N. April 5, 1813. 6w. fr7-Ga zette copy 6 w eeks. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. . JOTICE is hereby given that I, the under signed was duly qualified a Executof of the estate of Andrew Herron deceased, at the No vember term call court 1342, of the Probate court of Lafayette county Mississippi. All persons in debted to said estate are hereby required to come forward and sattle up and all havim? demnnd n- gainstsaid estate must present them within the r-ime prescribed by law or they will be forever barred. ALANSON HERRON '3;u3.yer bin, IS 42. 47- Executor. District Chancery Court of the State of Mis . sissippi, at Holly Springs. Thomas W. Watson, "J 96 vs. ) January Term, 1913 . James Brown, et al. ) UPON" opening the matt ers of this bill, and it appearing to the court, that the defend ant ritiotson B. ,IcDjwell. is not. nn in. habitants of this State, but reside bevonrf the imits thereof, sp that thft ordinary process of th's court cannot be rerved on hiji. Therefore it is ordered that unless the said defend ints ap pear before the Vice Chancellor, jt the couit room in the town of Holly Springs, on th first Monday of July next, and plead answer or demur to the bill of co nplaint aforesaid, the several allega tions thcreot will be trken for confessed as to him, and such order and decree made therein. as the Vice Chancellor shall deem equitable and just. And it is further ordered that a copy of this order be inserted in "the Uuard, & news, paper published in the town of Holly Springs Mis sissippi, once a week for two months successively JAMES C, ALDERSON, Clerk. Feb. 23. 19436. VOTICE. . IS hereby givrn to Francis W. Bass, Payton Bass, James M. Bass, Drury Baes, Hart well Bass, Payton Ee'.hell and his wife. Martha Bcth ell, Medicos Bass, John Bass, Elbert Bass, niary Bass, Algenon Bass, and Frances Bass, and all other persons interested, thit I shall apply to the Hon. Probate Court in and for the county of Desoto and State of Mississippi, at the June Term of said court to be held at the court house of said County on the first Monday of June ;.ext (it being the 5th day of June) for an order to sell a certain tract 01 land Known ana designated in the curveva of ihe Chickasaw ession as Section No 3. in Township No 2, of Range No 7, West of the Basis Meridian, and lying in said county of Desoto, of which tract of land Ben j amine J. Bass deceased died seised; at which' time and place you are hereby notified to appear, to show ca use, if any you can why said tract of land shall not be sold. , HARTWELL W. BASS. Desoto County Miss, march 8th 18 13. 8 of the Second Volume of "I'ue Guard." Robert Josselyn, Editor. In soliciting favor for the 2d volume of the Guard, its editor can only promise a contm uanceof his best exertions to deserve success. lie need hardly add, that devotion to DemO' cratio Principles, aad-lhe good of the .Repub lie, regardless or the ambitionand private in terests of men, will characterize its columns 1 1 ii . independent, out noerai m us opinions, it will acknowledge no lewlim injlwiice but the noble trutiis which democracy teaches and loves. It will support for the Presidency the candidate of the Democratic National Con vention, be he Calhoun, Van Buren, or any other competent and honest Democrat. It will oppose, as heretofore, the establishment of a National Bank, a Protective Tariff, the Distribution of the Public Land Fund, and all other anti-democratic measures. With this brief outline, the editor submits the 2d volume of the Guard to the kind patronage and indulgence of the public. Terms S3 in advance. District court of the United States, North; em district ot Mississippi. V r1-T r U I 1 .1 .nr n tir - I'onou is iieieuygiven manv. r. wanen ot Marshall county, has filed his pe tition in this court to be declared a bunk rupt, and to be discharged from his debts. under the act ot L-ongress ia such case made and provided; and that an order has been duly entered in this court, appointing the Id Monday of March next, at the court 'room : ti, r a i,-,i . 1 ... im me u iiuciuwu,m mis district, as the time and place for the hearing of said pe tition. AW persons may then and there ap. pear and shew cause.if any they have, why the prayer ofthe said petitioner should not be granted. 5 Test, G. M, Racsdaijs, cJ'fc Cotton and Tobacco Factor, Receiving and tor- warding Merchant, NEW ORI.EANS. Respectfully inform my friends.and the friends of Price Johnson fc'Co., of New Orleans, and Johnson, Rayburo & Co.,of Nashvilie.that the business of ibose bouses will be speedily closed, and that it is my intention to eoutiuue, in my otn name, a legitimate Commission and factorage business in tins cuy, iromana auer tne 1st aay 01 aenieiu bernext. I respectlijlly solicit a share of the business from the patrous 01 ue above houses. Being accliniaieu, 1 shall reside in the city permanently and will give all business conbded to my management, strict and personal attention. July l2-6m. JOHN K. R AYR URN. CITY BOOK STORE. TTAVE opened in Memphis, near the South jLj. East corner of Exchange Square, a gener al and well selected stock ot EOOKS AND S i A TIONERY, embracing Law and Medical Books; Historical and Theological Works; a great va rietv of publications in Standard and Miscella neous Literature; all the late popnlar Novels and Romance, bchool cooks, &,c. Also, ACCOUNT BOOKS, INCLUDING LEDGERS, INVOICE BOOKS, JOURNALS, LETTER BOOKS, DAY BOOKS. BILL BOOKS, CASH BOOKS. MEM. BOOKS, Iltcoril Rooks. Of the most Durable Uindiii and elegant finish; Ruled, cap and letter PAPER. English and French letter Paper, Ruled Folio Post and Eill Paper, .Blue and black INK, French Carmine Ink, QUILLS and steel PENS, Banker's Note Cases and Port Folios, Blank Bills of Exchange and Drafts, Promisary Notes; Visiting and printing Cards, &c. c. All of which are offered at the lowest prices booh m.vnuRW Havinrr an extensive Blank Book Manufacto rv and Bindery, connected with our Na-ihvil'e . finuse; we will be enabled to furnish here, Blank Books ruled to any pattern, executed -with neat ness at the shortest notice; Orders from Banks, Insurance Offices, merchants and others respect fully solicited. Old books re-bound to order, by leaving them at our Store.. ' (V5-I.av. Medical. ' and other Books not on v ' ' ' hand, will be furnished with despatch,' ' Memihfs, March 31, 1843. ' .. ' lO-2m. YEiVr.lIAIV fc Co. Cotton and Tobacco. Factors, AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, iVew-Urlcasis; Reference Walker & Greer, Memphis. Jan. 1813 518,cm. . " J. R. JEFFERSON V Co. Commi$oEi iTJcrchants, COTTON 4- TOBACCO FACTORS, Xo. 58, Camp street, NEW-ORLEANS. September 13.35-3m. Et WE BR, Comiuiiou Merchant, II, POYDRAS STREET, NEW ORLEANS. REFER TO , Ross St Alderson, ) - Henry Andtrson, Esq., tth cl' : W A. Wooldiidge. i"01 SpriaU L. Farrow, 3 . Goodman & Means, Memphis. November 1, 1842. 42-6mo. 1j. SMITH & CO., Receiving, Forwarding $ Commission Mer chants, Memphis, I ex., ESPECTFULLY announce to their friend il4a' and the public of North Mississippi, and West-Tennessee, that they will open a house of business on or before the loth. of Sept. next, and will be prepared for ptoring all kinds of Pro duce and merchandise entrusted to their car A supply of Rope and Haling always on hand The above is a branch of M. Caruthers o: Co New Orleans. LEMUEL SMITH, MADISON CARUTHERS 30-5m. CHARLES P. YOUNG. RO GER BARTON. D. C. GLENN .BARTON & GLENN, ATTORN I ES AT L WV, - T7C7ILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Mar t v shall and the adjoining counties, the Dis trict Chancery Court at Holly Springs and the Federal Court at Pontotoc Business entrusted to their care will be promptly attended to. Holly Springs, Nov. 15, 1842 44-tf. GEORGE H. MITCHELL, Attoney and Counsellor at Law, Delta, Coahoma county, Miss. T7KTILL attend the Circuit courts of the 8th V v judicial district, the Federal court at Pon totoc and Ohancery court. , June It 22-6m, Attorney and Counsellor at Eaxv I7ll7"- Holly Springs, Miss, T J ILL attend the Circuit Courts of the 8t Judicial District; also, the Federal Court ai rontotoc and - -Chancery Court. Office up stairs adjoining the Guard Printing Office LAW NOTICE JANES F. TROTTER has resutn ui me i-dW, ana W111 attend many cases vvmcn may be confided to his man agement m any or the courts in Marshall or th aajmnmg counties. He will also practice in the Federal Court at Pontotoc, and in the Hih court ot errors ana Appeals at Jackson. His office in Holly Springs. may n I7tf. liVW JVOTICE. Ji have associated ourselves in the prac tice of the law. and w;n auonA iu courts in the Bth circurt, District Court of th United blates at Pontotoc, District Chancery court at uouy springs, and High Court of Er rors anj Appeals at Jackson. Office in Hoi Springs. JAMES L. TOTTEN. , ' A. li. BRADFORD. August 30, 1842 33-3m. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE- 'anc undersigned - having.- on the', fourt monday ot October last obtained ft om 1 1 prpoais courtot Marshall county. 'Mississipp ica.a.iicuiary ot ail aad singular the goods and chattel lands and tenements rights and credits of Edward Warren deceased, late of said county, all persons haviug claims against the- estate of the said Edward Warren, are re quired to exhibit the same within the time iim. ited by Uw, or the Same will be barrel. Pec-13, 1812.-19. E. A WARKEtf. Attorney and Counsellor at Law WILL practice in the counties composing the 8th Judicial District, Chancery court at Rnllv Snr nrs.and the reaerai couri ai run J k M Jan. 5, 1843 51-ay. totoc LAW NOTICE. rttnfttfii til lifllC. WILL practice law in Marshall and adjoin ing counties. In the District Chancery Court at Holly Springs, m the federal uoun t Pontotoc and in the nignuou.v 01 cnui ttuu papealsat Jackson, umce w uuuj yr'"'o"u'- of the Court House, where ne win aiways oe found except absent on professional business. Dec. 13th 1842, 3-mo. .IIOTT'S IlECJESS. "TR. JVIOTT, thankful tor lormcr patronage ItX invites a continuance thereof. He has just received a fine assortment of liquors trom iew Orleans, of his own selection, mostly foreign, and 1st out of the custom-house. LUNCHES furnished every day, at 11 o'clock, to his patrons. He hopes to receive trom tne town and country, a continuance of their support. He has n.ade arrangements tor a numoer or po litical and commercial papers, where his town and country friends can always find the news of the pay. -iay 01 u. Notice. GAVE a note, on the 5th day of January, 1842, to Nicholas .Long, for the hire of a negro boy namea zuaiey ior me amoum 01 $125, and due on the first day of January 1813 do hereby notify all persons not to trade tor said note, as the consideration failed, and I am determined not to ' pay the same unless compelled bylaw MORGAN;' A. iJUFOKD. Oxford, Jan. 1, isis.-ai-t)i. Dentistry J.'OSW'ALDt.I. . rtFFERS his services to the citizens 01 uony springs 1 and vicinitv. in the practice of Dental bur eerj. All operations enti usied to him will be executed in durable and scientific 'manner, and at rates corresponding with the depressed nnce of every thins: else. A lona exnertenco in tlifc fractice 01 .vieuicine ani Dental Surfferv. enables him to anticipate a liberal share of public patronaze. He will be consulted lor tne treatment 01 an aracuons, ai'isins- tromflevaved and detective leein.anu atienu to tne adjustment and effectual cleaning of children's leeth.so as to secure to ihem lliat tomtort ami oeauiy, oi wmcn many ofihe present treneration are dei rived. L.auies win oe waneu on ai iiieir resilience, n jhcicii cu. At preient lie will be consulted at the residence of the 1 .. . ...... 1 ... ... :.i :r .r ,1 Mtv. Daniel Itak. r. Jan. 3, Gl-tt. f mm. Denistry. CIS RF.ES O' l il V A.,i Dentist nflLL be in Holly Springs during, the first week of ev ery nionth,' when he'would ,be pleased l' serve all who may choose to .give- him their patronage, t tie is nrenarsd to set anv number of teeth, from one to' a full set, an4 will make gold palates and warrant them to rem edy a defective pronunciation" without any pain. As his location in North Mississippi is permanent, he will o f course attend 10 his old practice free of charge. Al 1 on eratrons warranted and charges low as' the use. cf good matenal will allow. He cannot operate for the prices usually charged by transient Dentists, who otten use tin or lead tor mnng the te!ih, ana set teeth ot ivory or common bone in the worst possible manner. Hkfer to the Physicians of Holly Springs, Hernando Uxfoid, liipley and aalera. ' April 5, 1843 10-I2m. .. The State of Mississippi, ' Panola county Circuit Court, iovember Term, 1S42. William '1. Jenkins, No. 337) . vs. Petition for divorce. ' Rosanna Jenkins. 3 ON motion of complainant, it appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that.the defend ant resides out of this State, so that process can not be served ipon her, it is therefore consider ed by the court that publication be made inthe Guard, a newspaper published in the town of Holly Springs, in this State, for the space of three months, notifying the said defendant of the pendency of this suit, and that unless the defen dant appear on or before the next term of this court, to be holder for the county of Pwio!a, at the court house iL the town of Fanola, on the first Monday of May next to plead, answer o demur to the bill of .complain', aforesaid, the se- veral allegations thereof will be taken for con-' fessed and the cause tried upon the charges sta ted in the bill, and that the complainant be per mitted to take depositions to be read in the trial of said cause. A true copy from'the minutes. DAVID BOYD Cl'k. Jan. 31,4313 Printer's fee 15 $5. paid. District court of the Un ited States, North em District of Mississippi. Notice is hereby given to all persons interes ted, that Alfred R. Drake of Carrojl coun ty, has this day filed his petition forthe benefit of the bankrupt law, and that the 2d- Monday of MJarch, 1843. has been appointed by the court for the hearing of the same, a the court room in the town of Aberdeen, Mississippi. ' 5 Test .' G. M. RAGSDALE. Clerk District court of the United States For the Northern District of Mississippi. Notice is hereby 'given to all persons interes ted. Rufus M. McGueffiof Marshall county has this day filed his petition for the benefit of the bankrupt law. and that the 2d Monday of Marchf-1843, has been appointed by the court for the hearing of the same, at the court room in the town of Aberdeen, Mississippi. 5 Test, G. M. Kagsdale, cl'k. District Court of the United States, I 745 Northern District rf Mississippi. NOTICE is. hereby given to al persons inter ested, that Joshua B. Cochran of Marshall county has this day filed his petition for the ben fit of the Bankrupt Law, and that the 4th Monday of March 1843, has been a; pointed by the fourt for the same, at the town of Aberdeen, Mississippi. 6 Test: G. M. R AGiSL'ALE, DISTRICT CO J IT OF THE UNITED STATES Northern District of Mississinm. ' Notice is hereby given, that John Tyler of maiaiiau uuuuiy, im3 nieu nts petition in this court to be declared a bankrupt &to be discharged from his debts, under the act of congress in such case made and provided, and that an order has been duly eutered in this court,- appoimioo- the 2d Monday of March next, at the couri hdusa ... v.. tuu ui vuerueen, in lias district as the- tune and place tor the hearing of said petition. AW persons may theu and there appear and -hew cause, if any thoy can, why the prayer ot tne said r;fciir.ouer should 3 Tesv G. M. Kagsdals cl'k. District Court of the United Stets,'i No. 691 Northern District of Mississippi. : ' iNoticeis hereby given, that John' B. Lowry of Lafayette county, .has this day .fi!ed his petition for thebonefit of the bankrupt, law, and that the 2d monday of March, 1843, has been appointed by the court for the. hearing ofthe same." at the court room in the town of Aberdeen, Mississippi, a test, s. M. SA.GSDALE, clerk; m 1 .2 OF JLETTeRS, REMAINING in the Post Office. cn the first of April, which if not taken at btfare th first of July, will be sent to the General Pot office as dead letters. A Askew James P. Alexander Jame3 Absten Josiah 2 Allen William Armstead C. Peal fccoAlberton S. Elder J3 Boven & Conard Baily William Baily J. R Brown G Brown Doct. Bradly Pate rick J Bryant N. A Belcher E. It. Butler Sarah J Miss Butt A 2Briscoe J W Sc N W Boone Joseph G. Brown F C Col. Bell James Byrd John Blawly J W Beacham Wm Bell Ira Branch Henry Beard Wm S Beaty & Cole Bowen C Beene Jackson Burton Clermont T Brown Henry Butler N. Bradford A B Chairs Wm H . Campbell A H Carson Jane Miss Colley John T Curry Iohn B Cock Caswell Compter Sarah Mrs 2Cald well John Clampit James J SCrawford Thomas Campbell Andrew 2uowenJas. Carter Allen Carlock moses Campbell Joan D'ArkChandler Joy Caecer Isaac tJaruthers Julia Cox Joseph Campbell Margaret Clayton A M Clerk Circuit Court Caruthers Ann Mrs Clerk Chan. Court Cock L Cameron Isaac Cobb MB. Cole Mary Miss . Carter W lib am Campbell Anthony Cade Isaac JJ D . Davis Elizabeth Mrs Dunnavant Haley Dye Wm Dec'd Est. 3Dunn A (i Doles Francis M DoakAwCol Davis s Joseph Durham Daniel Deloach Loyd W DaltonT Davis Amanda Miss Duley wm H. Ellis' EJ Ellis & Davis Eastman Chas F Elcan Junial Early Elbert . Farington S F Fite Jose, h Esq Foster John T Franklin H Fowler H V Fowler HB Glover G A Gray James v doct Glover James Gotcber John J Griffin J B G'ilmore G F Col Graham G w Guy Leander Green Sc Davis Gray D L Rev Gonekee J F Harris Mary E Miss Hill Joseph J Harris SJ Hartalson Vincent Hardy Barnet Holbrook RJ Hill Allen Daniel wm H Dodge K K D rumen Jos A Davis James Gen Dunlap N H Daniel wm E Edgar J M D Ellis John Ellis JO Echols Larkin Esq Frazier John A 2Farrow Lemuel Ferguson Sarah J Mrs Freeland Robert Fraser R II . Fiser Josiah G Graves Elijah Rev Geers Thos R Gallehar Elmer Miss Gsvan A R dec. est. of Goodall W Y Gillis A Gatewood Thomas Govan Mary A Greer Thomas L Garrett S B Esq 3 H Hunter Mary Henderson M K Mrs Holls Jeremiah Hoyle John R Harris A A Hawthorn Margaret C Hamner m Holland Spearman Harper & Coleman Howard James Hendly Joel Doct Hayward Mrs Herron LydiaMrs Hester A House wilhs Hill Duncan Harris C licks wm Holland Bird Hanner A Ilaskins Doct Houk Jacob ' J K - Isaacs S B Estate of Jenkins H P, A B Irby Hendeason Senkins w S Jones Seth VV 2Kilpatrick M Kellyburn william Kyle Claborn Col Kennedy Shelton Kyle John Kerr William Kerby wm B Kimbell Moses L Love Benjamin Col Lea w m 2 Lewis Felix Jjawny Sarah J miss Lon w L Legg George Lane A B M Mayfield John Jones ic Park Jenkins waller S Jones S B Johnson M Joey Washington Jones Eli Jones R J Jennings T Jones 5f Benton Lane 4 Anderson Law James Lynch Stephen Leatherraan D M Lea Sarah P Mrs Lenard Jacob , Lumsden E F IMaxwell H P Murry & Deamond Meroney Francis T Murray James Mallaws D B Doer Morton Queen L Mims Drury Maddoux Peter A Mitchell Thos B Murray Alrxander. Mills James G Manning John R Murphy Ann w -Moore Colbert Morris WG L MarkhamJohnF McNeill Alexander McKee M J McMahan Wna Rev. Mcllan McEachen Sarah McQueen Peter McRunnols Nelson George Ponnick John W Pattiilo R II Puckett m Prichard Stephen Peters Thomas Parker John ' Pughwary a jars Means wm T Means Thos A Morton 5c Thomas Murry Joel Montgomery Benj Morgan Elizabeth Moore Dr Minchism Martin iSherwood Marshall Robert Merrell A P. McCampbell A McCowen J C McLoud Roderick McKenzie Dr McNealy James 2McClung Alexander NO ; Ozier Joel II P '. ' " Porter Susan m stiss Pritchett Theopilas : Preno John D , Perkins, Hcpltins & white Parker John R -Peters Parolee Miss Pegues K&, R L It . V Randolph John C Rayston Richard Redin ED Ruff.W Rather Daniel Reynolds Wm F R"gers Frank Rutherford t Holbrook Root EH -Roterson M . Roads GW . Ross James m Reden V W Rtiystun & Hally Redding Eli t VVesley Roles William Randie Doct Roper J L Randolph W S S : t Shirman Porter ' Simeson Samuel 4Sraper m ' ' "' . . Satley Martin -Stephens t S miss Bvan J H Sanburn Welby. t Cirickl6 c.P & co Smith Henry D, Stephens Thomas Smith Geo.-ge A Smith W B - aigrnan Eenj w tmith w a Sullivan a w Shinnalt Stephenson Tiglman Smith Leroy Tumsge Armor l hompson Hoynie norneburyJoel oimetJohn B trustee, of Colle 1 urney Heni7 1 omnkinn Jri r- Sander J c Simpson 4. Btornll Henry Sitnpsoa n Street Jatnej Shcria" T 1 homas R w 1 UtT Taylor Wm y Thomas li, THlkin-tou St wu. Thorn, Ann ;" Thompson Wm Trotter Jra f Trotier F. A Mr, Watt R. 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Eii. by an increase in the number of an alteration in . r- uv gl 11s ivpooraDtiicai arrim. the quantity of matter heretofore furnisHtoif readeis of the Democra'ic Review. vvi!I btinf. f ed in its future numbers about Seventv-fiv p I cent. - The Editor expects valuable aid to his ovf forts, during' the course of the coming year.H nunoer or tne most able pens of the r Dmoeratic Party together with that of othf in its purely literary department, to which same political designation is not to be apple! Among them may be particularly named. t ? crofi, J. F. Cooper, Amos Kendall, Whittle '; Sedgwick; Gilpin, Butler, Parke (Jodwin, Hs4 thorne, Davezac, Taulduig, A. H. Everett, Bro ; i son, Uimbraleng. J. L. fctcphens. Tilcen Tai tro, James, Bryant, Cass, C. J. Incersoll. Xm Sedgewick. 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