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From the Lady's Book for Jane.
STANZAS TO . MRS. SEBA. SMITH. Oh! deep within my inmost heart Thy treasured image lies. , Enshrined with all that's holy there That death or change defies And yet my woman's tongue could ne'er Frame words to teH thee thou art dear. No, woman's love is ever found A silent, hidden thing; "Where hopes and fears alternate rise, Like shadows o'er a spring, That in some lone and 6ilent wood Is gushing in the solitude. No, like the voiceless perfume breathed, "Where flowretsdeck the ground. That hidden in their verdant screen, Else, scarcely might be found I' would that o'er thy sense might steal, The half, a woman's heart can feel, EAST INDIA ANECDOTE. dreadful object beneath him, in a sort of wa- inr dream, till he was suddenly aroused by seeing the woman, accompanied by several persons, (evidently olhcers ot justice) ap- . i - proacning tne nut. lhey examined the corpse, they searched the house, arid began to take down their notes in writing, when the pedlar, anxious to seek their protection, by a sudden stir of the branches succeeded in attracting ineir attention. In an instant agun was pointed at him, and he was commanded to descend. The poor man willingly clambered down when to his horror and surprise he was in stantly seized and bound at the instigation of the woman, who, with frantick gestures, declared that she recognized in him the as sassin of her adored husband. The wretched prisoner, was immediately brought to trial, and, despite of his declara tions or his innocence, condemned to death the woman's statement being clear and pro btfble She affirmed that the pedler had cof!?e to their house and sought shelter for the ninht a boon her husband had unhesi tatingly accorded; that the two men had a severe dispute about the price ol some tnrr kets, when her husband in a fit of passion thrust the itinerant merchant out of the room, who it seemed had not gone far; for soon after the toddy collector feeting warm and uncomfortable from .the debate he had held and the liquor he had drank had gone to lie down. A slight noise however awoke his wife, who distinctly saw the wicked trav eller stab her hurband through the heart; and that she then, without uttering any cry Irom fear ofnstanl annihilation herself, stole from the back door, and rushed into the town lor assistance, and succeeded in arresting the assassin before he had time to escape. The account seemed so plausible, that scarcely any one in the court doubted the prisoners guilt In the first place what mo live couia tne.wretched widow, who was well known to have been warmly attached to her husband, have to invent a falsehood? In a word a thousand arguments were brought to .satisfy the jury of the unhappy prisoner Only one person present doubted the It may be necessary to inform the readers that the d rink called load y, one ol iho strong ei and most intoxicating liquors in India, consists of the sap of the cocoa trees. The process of obtaining the liquor is simple. The toddy collector leaves his dwelling after sunset, and seeks the thickest cocoa woods, climbs up and cuts notches in the bark o such trees as seem likely to yield the most juice. Under eacli notch he affixes a smal jar to receive the liquid, which if drank in stantly, is one of the mildest beverages pos sible but if left a. few days to ferment in the sun, becomes the most ardent spirit known An incident connected with a person who followed the profession of toddy collector, happened while I was in the country the details of which are shortly a3 follows: The individual in question had left his cot tage, which was situated in a cinnamon grove in the island of Ceylon, little more than half an hour, when a native pedlar call ed there to exhibit his tempting wares, and t) solicit a lodging for the night. The col lectors wife, whose whole soul was wrapped up in the idea of finery, was delighted to let him in. Her bangles and joy, -which had hitherto been the pride of her life were now eclipsed, and she sighed with envy as she whole story; and that, fortunately for the saw all her former notions of grandeur fade innocent man, wa3 the enlightened judge before the contents of the wanderers nack. before whom the case was tried. He felt NoWarins, however, to purchase without assured of the truth of the defendant's state her husband's approval, she was to allow the ment, yet he had no means of upsetting the peaiar to rest nimseu on tne uencn Deneainl,u"i, iwumouy oi me woman, xne juiv the door porch an ornament common in gave a verdict of guilt"without a moment's Ceylon cottages in the hope of her hus hesitation; but still theiudge was not satis. band's return in the morning. . fied, and afterwards declared that one of the After depositing his valuable knapsack be- most awful moments of his life was when neath his head, the pedlar fell into a sound compelled to pass sentence of death on the slumber, from which he was aroused by power unhappy prisoner. He nowever hearing a door creak his sleep Jbeing, like had one that of reprieve and he exercised most oi nis trme, so iigin, mat slightest 'i oy ueiaying tne execution oi .ne cuipn noise was calculated to disturb it. On open lor htteen days. ing his eyes, he beheld his hostess with her The very instant that he left the court, a head protruding through the cottage door, sudden thought struck him.. ,He directly attentively watching her guest. On seeing sent for the bench on which the murder him stir, she made a short apology for thus was said to have been committed, had; it awakening him, and then retired. The itin- closely examined, and discovered that tht erant vender took it into his Read, however, I point of a sharp instrument was lodged in it. that all was not right; so, alter a short time, This he had carefully extracted, and found he. again affected to sleep, indulging in one it to be the end of a cocoa nut knife, which of those doses when outward objects are vis- of course strengthened the iudges suspicions ible, though indistinctly seen by the weary land he sent a fresh reprieve to the prisoner. watcher. In about an hour alter, by the He then caused the road leading from the strong shadow of an unclouded moon, the cotta ge of the di ceased to the town to be poor man saw some object approaching cau-jclosely searched and ransacked. His efforts tiously from the opposite direction. He sup- happily succeeded. Close to the edge of a posed it to be the collector returning half dried tank, the weapen was found; it to his home; but looking up, to his dis was rusted with blood, had m its point may he perceived the woman stealthily and bore on its handle the name of the mur- drawing near, wun a long cocoa untie in derea man. her hand. In an instant he was on his legs The woman without receiving any previ to confront her. She appeared somewhat ous notice was seized, and the knife sudden startled, but declared she had been in the ly produced before Acr. -The sight at once woods seeking her husband, and that the turned the current of her feelings; she fell knife which she held was for the nuTDose of uron her knees; confessed the whole, declar- cuttingdown some jars in the vicinity. The ing that the temptation had been too grea t Kmnecrinrr nedlar much doubting her storv. f.ir her: but God had determined that she and affecting to believe it, he saw her enter should not escape, since he had brought us the cottage and quietlv shut the door. No the knife from the bottom of the tank into sooner was she within, however, than the which, she had thrown it; and all she prayed i ravollop mctanllu rlimViRrl n smnll Irpp. nnd 1 for was in Stant death. took up his abode among the branches. . Two days afterwards, she underwent her Here he had been seated for some lime, just sentence while the poor pemar was re when he beheld the toddy collector calmly teased irom nis ignominious conaanwm. returning home laden with his utensils. Worn out apparentlv bv his exertions, and tempted by the beauty'of the night, when he came to the door he paused a short time; and setting down on the bench lately occu pied by the native merchant, he seemed to new innniij. PRODUCE & GROCERIES. , THE subscriber begs leave to return his thanks to the citizens of Holly Springs and vicinity f- ikai. fnrmar no t rsinn rn J .1.. L ' .! I Il Via lUSt TTTfi V- , r -i . VU,,,CSUJ ... ' . , ... ua.i,;il ttlf vprv I med,c,ne8 M to impair thtir general health, and often in- ed a general assortment of Groceries and a variety of other articles, which he will sell very duce feui dueases. The article, Dr. LpohVa HeadaC iww i ui ariiuuijr ins siiAn tuusisis in part Ol me iowowing leauiug uruucai i.ciutu;,uum wiug wj.how onereu seems to have The Sick Headache. EITHER Jervout.oi- Jiillioiu. An attentive rerusil of the follow ins: wilr, it is believed fullr reimv .it .1 Of readers: IIbadacbx. lint disease is one from which arises more misery to the human family than is generally supposed, not being directly fatal, it is often neglected oV persons resort somnchto tne use of purgatives and other SUGAR, COFFEE, MOLASSES, Candles, Raisins, Salt, Rice, nails, soap, First Mackerel and Herons, Indigo, Madder, Ginger, Spice, Pepper, Spice, Alum, Saltpetre, Copperas, Sala ratus. Brimstone, Spanish Brown, Tobac co, Cigars, Oils Castor, Xinseed,Train, Winter, Sperm. Sweet, White Lead, Putty. Teas Imperial, Hysen, Pawshing. ujcrtume iyere uimcuuies. v Que ns enwits are most powerful and immediate in curing an attack or keeping it off, it is so perfectly mild and innocent as to be used for "ttt tt , Q-,,ia KVinvfils. , I inlants with the greatest effect and safetv. This has now Weeding Hoes, Spades and btioveis, , beeQ tes(e( hi srheu" members of .hu WOOdware. linware, ueeusnoio, . ...... jcommunity as to require no further proof. All kinds of LIQUORS & WINES, Horse Collars, Hames, Trace onams, For sate in H Springs by V P Youree i n Heanando by S. Carmichel in tagrange Ten by t a Kean. in Boli .tr at the aimc iu n vfrtaans py UOtngrockK Wells; Apiil 26 Black. Turoentine. Cotton Roles, and a variety of other articles not enumerated. 1. x ix ivux. fT? PrAeli l ! Jlle.ftl. constantly nn Vmn1 nnrl fnr sale. P. S, All those indebted to the subscriber are earnestly requested to call and settle. My own wants places it out ot my power to wait longer with those who owe me. Holly Springs, May 3, 1843. 4m. H. H. PIPKIN. ware, Powder, Shot and Lead, Lime, itr J T - tj Tnl- onil Oiiilia. ;"""rv.':;nr,;j VntversiW of IIollu Surinirs. J"SrvS t" KT Ci Y1 Wool ' phe TTusJees uke pleasuro-in .-ou3 torts Celestial Balm of China. For the cure of all dlseses of man or beast, That require external Application! FELLOW-CITIZENS Perhaps you think that this balm is intended to enre too many dis eases, but we assure you, that all diseases of this character, and many others that might be men tioned, are speedily 'cured, or in truth persons greatly relieved, by the use of this medicine. We earnestly request the afflicted to give it a fair trial. Have you a pain or weakness m the smell of your baekl If so, app!y the balm freely morning and evening with the flat of your hand, and occa sionally rub the part well with trough cloth, and it will certainly relieve you. Have you the rheumatism? If so, wash the part afflicted with cold water and castile soap, then bathe it with warm vinegar, and rub well with a rough cleth, and then apply the balm with the flat of your hand before tfie. fire. Wash every third day, and use the balm twice a day, and you will soon be free from this troublesome desease. For sale in Holly Springs by W P Youree, in Hernando by S carmichel, in Lagrange Ten. by th Kean, in Bolivar at the cash store, in N Orleans by Comstock & Wells.' " Mty 3.-14, Cothstoch & Co' Concentrated Compound Fluid Extract of S A KSAI'AKILL, A. FOR the cure of Scrofula, chronic Rheumatism, General Debility, cautancous Diseases, Sca ry Eruptions of the Skin, Tetter, Pimples or Pus tules on the Face, Liver Affections, Mercurial and syphiloid Diseases, .Biles, from an impure habit of body, Ulcerations of the Throat and Leg, Pains and Swelling of the Bones, and all diseas es arising from an impure State of the bio od, ex posures and imprudencies in life, Excessive use of Mercury, &c. The great popularity of Sarsapsrilla, and its established efficacy, render it superfluous to enter into any encomium of its virtues, or adduce any evidence in its favor. It is true, that it has been heretofore subject to frequent chances of repu tation, owing to ignarance of the proper mode of extracting its virtues, or to the spuriousness or inferior quality of the root maunfactured. Hence also the inefficacy of many preportions of it off ered to the public. The proprietors of this Ex tract assert with confidence, that it is prepared t mm tha Hncf 1 ' . I .1 . . l uafc materials, wun me greaixsfc pnar- maceuuc&l care and accuracv -und in th best mode to obtain the active DrinciDle in the most concentrated state, answering the desideratum of exnioiting a la-ge quantity of Sarsaoarilla in a small dose. It is nl ui huown efficacy, which greatly enhance the ao mo preparation. r sale in Hollv Snrintrs hv V P WiliTAoIn nor. nando by S carmicael, in Laeranore Ten. bv t h Eaen, in BolivBr at the cash store, in N. Orleans by Co mstock & Wells. may 3,-14, Look to Your Pantries and Bedrooms!! Roach find Bctt Cug Banc THE subscriber has for some years been in the habit of supplyiug many families with this cer tain ana lmmeaine remeuy iur mew uuiuus : tin nnnr h th nnaitive affirmatinns M - I V t'T M I I III . w v wi.v I' fall into a train of deep thought. Presently jof a great number of citizens, that this Bane is as if disinclined to enter the house, he made in all cases a sure and certain remedy, and wil n crt f nninw nf h- TCH fiUA hajr. and keeD off or destroy them, and certincates are in rnvprinrr hi firP a is usuil throughout the the hands of ,his agents, where any one wishing covering lus tace as is usual mrougnoui e convince themselves of their genuineness. I. net Ti-itK hia niitn'uirrilin1 li a toll tntrt Jl I U1" . . . -4-"0'' " wUluvuv.u, ..w .v-.. "iThis isbetterthan tnepuningot a tnousanaun- deep sleep. I known names; and the unprecedented sale which In less. than another hour trre door ot the the Bane now has, is full proof of this , fact, and cottage was noiselessly opened and the wo of i s virtues. i bAU.NiiUL.iZ. iTi n inno-roH She finnrnnrhPrt liP.r I tor wie iu n- oluiuB. u, 6v w, o ri i husband, listened a few moments to ascer tain that he slent. and then steDDin2 bacR a m.- - 4 - r - a cace. raised her arm, and with her whole force-at one blow, drove the knife right trough her wretched partner's heart. For er ... .... an m TArE TOV COUGH? lo notnesleet it! Thou 11 sand have met a pre nature aeatu tor the want ot lit tie attention to a common cold. Have you a Cough Rev. Dr. Bartholomew's Expectorant Syrup, a cafe roed ical prescription, eantaining no poisonous drugs, and used in an extensive practice tor several years, will most pos tal aises.se r i a boilI ol this h. ncrtnranl nrmn to-tiav! 1 fi-ronrrnw through her victim, had buried lis may bo too late.For sals in Holly Springs,bj W P Youree After se-l,n Hernando by S Carmichael, in Lagrange len.byT.H ncHii, in jjuiivari mc cnsii aiurc, iu xi. vr&icnus bj Ulll stocK i wens. aprit so is did. DR. UN'S GALBANUM, MACHINE SPREAD Tj.nrfiiiiiin2r Plasters. fTIIESE Plasters, generally unproved, ana X having the preference ot all omers, are warm X the public, that thev have succeeded in pn. gaging me services or Messrs Eusha Bass, Jr., and Fbedfbic Sanborn, under whose superinten- aeuce me exercises ol me Institution are opened for the present year. The Trustees flatter them selves mat this Institution is re-ODened undpr circumstances, takine into consideration its hpnl. tneyiocation, and the low price tuition and board that will ensure for it an extensive patronage. xnc preseni season, now commeuced, will expire e -t-47i.ii ji may nexi. TJSKMS rER SESSION OF FIVE MONTHS. ly recommends d by all doctors as invaluable for 0 half payable in advance, to be paid into the all invalids having pains in the Breast, Back, or hands qf 3 axes C. AiAerson, Secretary of the Side. Weakness and Lameness are relieved at Boari, ' j Keading, writing, and Arithmetic, 7.5'J luigusn uramar' Ueo?raDhv. and Anripnt n& O A V w- tviodern xiistory. 19 so laiui, vjreeK, rreiicn, opanisn, and Italian, and all other branches of an English Education. 15,00 ixaruing per. raonm once bv their use. ana me pans resiuicu strenirtb and a natural warmth and health. Any person wearing one of these Plasters, will be as tonishpd and delighted at the comfort it affords, Those threatened with Lung Complaints should never trust themselves a day withtfut wearing a blaster, n removes me irniauuu ui m iuc.- w HTTr.TtJG wirniuu T . n .: Ilia T imrro v,Via cn.Ffino 1 "liililfllU M. ,r.A. em UOIlSUlIlUt 1UU lium iuc jwuk I nAflTin "r l Tirr-vT i . of the bodv and draws off the internal affection. "yyttttV JU5- w CHALMERS . V . Jl I T I J i i; a III II.UU Li' IJTT 7T Tl T t-. . - t Srt in T.ivpr i:nmn aints. ana JOU?ns ana tjeias. i i'.u.iaiwuuiu, xuim in. jjav . Children with Whooping Cough should always JES LEWALLEN, BEN. W. WILLIAMS have one, to prevent tne cougn settling on tne JUIIJN illMAIN, UANh B MOLLOY lungs, ineir excellence win oe unaersiooa oy ic SUUiSWAivii. A. N MAYFR all ona tnai. . ur.u.i. iii. W m. K. MASON. TO a t tii'doAv , v Dr. O. C: LIN. For scle in Holly Springs by W P Youree in Her nando by S Carmichel, in Lagrange Ten by t. h Kean, in Bolivar at the cash store, in N Orleans by Comstock & Wells. may c14. Feb. 7 1843 3 tf Trustees. .PROSPECTUS TO- THE KEW VOLUME OF THE The United States Magazine Iipinnrr.nl ip iM.s. Vol.JCL, Commencing Juh, IS 19 JOHN L. O'SULLIVAN, Edit.' By an increase in the number of rvno-oo ..t. an alteration in its tvDOffraohical arrn.Jy the quantity of matter heretofore furnished to-w' readers of the Democratic R;.w ro;n Kl0th ed in iu future numbers about Se venty-fiVe The forts; during ecrtJ a number of the most able pens of! : pemoerat.c arty-together with that of A?' ... jiwi j niaijr uepuriment f- l same political designation is not ti J ,.tl19 Bin- hiuier. thorne, Davezac, Paulding, A. H Ewre son, Cambralensr. J. l. StenKoL BIwn. tro. James. Brvant. n,ca AK" T V . Ge?. Usi- oeaewica. croft. J. F. CooDPr. Am, v,?.mei' Sedgwick. Gilpin, But er. Part- n',' r The monthly Financial .n n . . les which have frequently been voZn most intelligent criticisms d Hrinor- tlA m themselves alone wnrtK n, '...V.. the work, will be continued from the UUIIU same able Ah amngment has been made, by whi Boston QcARTERr.v r;;7 w"ica tt The PILES -The price, &1. is refunded to anv person who will use a bottle of Hays' Liniment for the Piles, and return the emDtv bottle with. out being cured. The above have been the terms TO THE OfcD AKD YOUNG. Ho! Ye . Read Heads and Gray, Eatt India Hair Dye,color tlie Hair and wia not the hin n wniCQ this Liniment has been sold for nearly i mi iije i iii lunu ui k iiuwucr, which in piain mat- I j i-uui wo uuiuc uui ui one nun- appnea io me hair over nignt, the orea nas ever Deen returned. The ProDrielor l .v.i ui uuxxx iinin io a uarK i uiereiore. oiscnnrimifl ihnf instnm ire t.hr.Ti . brown, and by repeating a tecond or third r.ight to a nocessarv. and ivino ho m,n rh,. 1 bnght jet black. Any person may, .therefore, with the nnnn ''?. Va : I --c.r'ltt to any length, but prefer that those who sell the least possible, trouble, keep his hair anv dark shade or perfect black; with a positive assurance that the powder if applied to the kkin, will not color iu By an occason al. application, a person turning gray will never be known to have a grey hair. Directiens complete with tne arueie. i nere is no coloring in this statement as one can easily test. ror sale in Holly bprings by w P Youree in Hernan- article should exhibit the origional to purchasers. JjUU&UUl'iUK IMl'USlTlUiX. A base attempt has been made to imitate Har' Liniment, and jinfringe upon the copy and other ngnts ot tne proprietors. JNever buy Hays' Lin- do by Searmicle.in Lagrange Ten. by T. II. Kean, in ( imcnt unless it has a splendid engraved wrapper Boliver at the cash, in N Orleans, by Comstock & Wells may o.-l. To all the World who use leather in any form ! Oil or jl aim in, OR, LEATHER KEST0QE1U Jl new Ciemical dit covery. Most people know, tliat skins' and hides are converted into leather by theuseof the Tannin extracted from certain barks, Sec. When the force and strength of the Tannin is worn out, leather becomes dead, hard, dry, brittle, cracked, covered with a crust etc. 1 bis all know. To restore then life, softness, raoistness, strength, smooth ness, and remove all crust, fly, or blister restore tne tannin- This substance ths leatlier never can receive the second time; but the whole virtues of it are in this artiste, the Oil of Tannin which penetrate the atiffest and hardest leather, if it has been twenty years in use, and it it tears easily with the fingers, it imparts at once a strength that is utterly ineredible until seen. It becomes like new leather, in all respects, with a uelighttui sottness ani pol ish, and makes all leauier compicieiy anuperiecuy im pervious to water particularly boots,' shoes, carriage tops, harness, hose, trunks, and in fact all things made of leather, giving a splendid polish, even higher than new leather has and at jleast doubling its wear and durability, in whatever manner the leather is used. 1 hese are lacts. Those who wil! may-wear old shoes, groan with corns, mde with old carriage-tops have old harness and throw them away half a sed look filthy liemselvcs,ftnd all about them, expend double what is necessary for articles of leather, to their hearts content, for what we care, if their nreiudicei are so ttrontr. they will never try a new diseovery. We havenotavors to ask of them, they are! the greatest sufferers, and we beg for nobody s custom or patronage, now gentlemen, pieise yourselves. rrT'None eenuine unless with the fac simile signature of Comstock St Co. For sale in Holly Springs by W P Youree, in Her nando by S Carmichael, in Lagrange Ten. by t h Keen, in Bolivar at the cash store, in N Orleans by Comstock & Wells, april 26,-13-6m 'unci it ciciicu uauuti j ntuin vi . . , , i. , , P .. . ? , , - , , , , . I ilively afford relief, and save you from that aw Slant only sne appeareu suuuxeu ui iue DUlm.Hiarv eousumDtion .which usnally sweens into the deed; then recovering heiself She attempted grave hundreds of young, the old, the tair, the lovely and JM.iKo Lnifo h!,l, hnvintr .nno num. "fPp' Have you a Cough?-Be persuaded to purchase " - - o a . . pletely sharp and fine point in the bench. vera exertion, she succeeded, but not with out breaking off the point of the cocoa split ter, which remained fixed in the wood. The woman's anxiety now to obtain the spoil, for which she had thus periled soul and body, rfppeared almost "infernal. She seemed to grin in ecstacv at the deed she had thus made her own". Exultingly she dragged the pack of jewels from beneath the head of the corpse, when her movement drew from her victim's face the cloth that had cov ered it, and the savage murderess beheld the well knowrx lineaments of herown hus band's countenance. She gave a sudden scream, and threw down the sack; then, with frantick cries, rushed from the cottage and sought a shelter in a neighboring wood. The' horror-stricken witness feared to move. If he descended, he might meet the murderess, who would doubtless revenge her dreadlul mistake on the unarmed man, or by possibility, he might become mixed up in the business: so he determined not to leave his refuge until morning. He therefore kept , his position, staring in spite of himself at the XJr. JG. Spohn's lgtie Pills. Warranted to cure if taken according to direc tions. Thousands have in one year been cured of Ague and Fever by these Pills. Their combi nation embraces properties of the highest cura tive value, making agradual impression on the system by their searching influence, and eradi cating this most distressing malady from the system in a speedy and effectual manner. 1'eople throughout the Western country may depend tnat they have never had any remedy offered them so effectual and certain as these pills. It is expected that counterfeiters will make at tempts upon them. They cannot be genuine without the name of Comstock & co. who are the only wholesalers of them. ' E. SPON, m.d. Price $1. For sale by XV V Youree 1L Springs, kc May 10, 14 The State of ilItssissfjtpL Panola county Circuit" Court', November f . Term, ISM. William ' (. Jenkins, (No. 337) vs. Petition for divorce. Rosanna Jenkins, j 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 upon her, it is therefore consider ed by the court that publication be made in the Guard, a newspaper published in the to vn 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 terra of this court, to be holden for the county of Panola, at the court house it the town of Panola, on the first Monday of May next, to plead, answer or 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 compiainant 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. Fire: JFire: Fire: Fir ett Fir ell ABSOLUTE HEAL ALLV. in nnn TRIALS and n successful, XlWVfproTe Ualley's Medical pain ex tractor inestimable. It not only cures quicker, bat gives no additional pain, nor leaves a scar. Fire is nositivelv rendered harmless. $10 has been offered . six months to any person returning an empty box, and saying that all agony on anointing is not extracted in a lew minutes, yet not one from thousands of trials since has claimed the bo nus. Parents, anxious to guard against general injuries axd save money, time, torture and life, and prevent their onsprmg Irom being dishgured by burns, or even smallpox pustules, (it possessing the enviable power to renlace the cellutary organs destroyed,) eand do so by obtaining this in! m ttohta So 1 k q m tf rvAr1 Kti sn t Z kli can be seen, and one entire face burnt over and wounded three distinat times in the same spot while healing, yet in no ease can it be traced, the least cicatrice or mark! For all kinds of b urts, its rapid soothing effects, are alike important jeven sore eyes, alt inflamauons and broken breasts would be unknown. The toilet and nunsery, for clearing the skin of dim pics, removing chafe &c. will find it indespensable . Once using only willf orever establish it the sovereign Heal-all quality.- After this notice, heads of families allowing torture lor month, and ultimately distorted features can never wine away renrooch iustlv uttered by a disabled child, for neglecting to triumph over fire. "Entered according to act of congress A d 1841 by Comstock 8 co. in the clerks office of the district court ot the U. states tort no southern district of New Y01 k." Warranted the only genuine. Comstock k co. whole' sale druggists N York have become the wholesale agents i- . c . 1 1 . . r s ..... 0 ior-ir Iany in niuerica iue u jears. a.1: orders mnst be addressad to them. For sale in II. Sprintrs bv W.P V ' !1 1-1 O ' - r O J iounx iBucrnauuB njo variuicuei, in ItaeraneeTcB. DV . n &.cu, iu uutiTii i utu catau aiure. in XV Orleans D V 1 1. iir.i. . r 1 n uuuiiiuvK ct tcij. iru iiU,-i,J Double the Quantity and better QuaKty than any other for the tame price. Jiemember tusl Z.IVFII COilJ0PJL.lI.VTS', And all Sickness and Disease. Dr. Lin's Temperance Ufe-bltters and , Chinese Blood Pills. THE GREATEST SECRET DISCOVERED.' Purge, purge, has been the cry for the last few years. This has been effectually tried and yet sufferers have mul tiplied, and died, and why? Not because purging was not necessary, but too much has been done without the tonic to follow, and sustain the system. Purge, you most. The sickly humors of the blood must be carried off or the accumulation of them prevented. Prevent then, the growth of such humors. Whv do the Chinese live to such asres. aud itill retain the powers of youth or middle age? Because they aurify the blood. 1 he Chinese Ulooa Pills so called because they work unon and cleanse the blood are the standard remwly. TheM pill will J it. and th TmTWrae Bitters, taken as directed, will strengthen the system and prevent the accumulation of the base humors which infest the oiood, and which only increases by purges, unless tne bitters are taken after. But. then, these pi lis and bitters, and it you are or have been invalids lor - days, weeKS, months, or rears, vou will find the sickly humors drawn off. aud nrevented from a return and tne sallow hue of sickness chancre rapidly to the full blooming glow of health and youthlul buoyaney. There are cases soiumerons of these brilliant effects, that time and space forbid an attempt to put them down, Bur and use these medicines, and use no other, and health and strength shall be yours. See wrapper and directions that come with them. Fraudulent Coctiterfeits. will be attempted. Buy no remedy of the kind unless it have ray name O C Lin, . 1 . . 1 1 . r it M n on the wrapper and also the nstice as follows: "Entered according' to Act of Congrc, a t 1841, or 1 . Connel, in the Clerk's office of the District court of the United States for the Southern district of New York." Warranted the only genuine. Messers Comstock &c Co, New York, are the sole wholesale agents for the Uni ted States and all neighboring countries. Dr0. C.LIN. For Sale in Holly Sprlngs,by W P Youree in Hernando by S. Carmichael, in Lagrange Ten by T H Kean, in Boli var, at the cash store, in ft Urleans by CorastocK M Wells April 25, 18-0rn. and the written or fac simile signature of Com stock & Co., all others must be impositions. Old ridge's Balm of Columbia For the' Hair, from Comstock 4" Co. i-Its pos itive qualities are as follows: 1st: For infants keeping the head free from scurf, and causing a luxuriant growth of hair. 2: For ladies after childbirth, restoring the skin 4o Js natural strength and firmness, and preventing the falling out of the hair. 3: For any person recovering from any de hility, the same effect is produced. 4: If used in infancy till a good growth is started, it may be preserved by attention to the latest period of hie. 5: It frees the head from dandrufH stxength ens the roots, imparts health and vigor to the circulation, and prevents the hair from chang ing color or getting gray. Cth It causes the hair to curl beautifully when done up in it over night. (K7No lady's toilet should ever be made withoufit. 7th Children who have by &ny means con tracted' vermin in the head, are immediately and perfectly cured of them by its use. It is infallible. (L7'I had been bald about five years no more hair on the top of my head than on the back of ray hand, and head covered with a thick scarf. In this situation, about the 10th Cn&JrCEKY S1EES. PURSUANT toan inttrlocatory decree of tbe District Chancery court,' of the State of Mis- sissippi, pronounced at tne January term ioo, et Holly Springs in tbe suitof Anderson & Orne against Bryan Stevens &, .k. tv. besancon: iwin, On Friday the 2d day of June next, at the court house dsor in Commerce, sell to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, the purchaser giving bond wih good surety, neanng 6 per cent, interest from sale, fractional Section 6 of Township 3, Range 10, West containing 197 acres, and lying in Tunica county, complainants allowed one bid. JAMES C. ALDERSON, com'r. way 3d, 1843. Prs. fee $6. jT&URSUANT : to an interlocutory decree of . the District Chancery Court of the btate of Mississippi, pronounced at the January term, 1843, at Holly Springs, in the suit of Mark Healeyet aU against William Beard, I will, On Saturdiv, the 34 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 b per cent interest from 6a le, section dl, town ship 4, range" 5 west in DeSoto county, com plainants allowed one bid. JAMES C. ALDERSON, Com. May 3, 1843-14. (Prs fee 86.) Great s Discovery!! Dr. Connel's Invariable Cure lor Gonnorrbea. YEARS and centuries have passed away and no remedy invariable, specific and certain -for that sexual curse of mankind, the Gonnorrbea has ever before been dis covered. The one now offered is the result of extensive sience, research and experience, and will prove a greater blessing to mankind than anv other medicinal ir era ration ever known inasmuch as the present generation may free tnemseives irom this scourge, ana thus prevent the deplo noie consequences oi entaumer it noon ineir -children and children's children, to the tmrd and fourth generations. For sale in H. Sorinei bv W P Youriee in Hernando bv S Carmichael, in Lagrange Ten by t h Kean, in Bolivar at the cash store in Orleans by, Comstock Sc Wells. April 25 Brownson. will be merged in the SXScrSt t view, the latter be ng furnished to tZ R bers of the former, Ind frequent and regular contributor vj stT- It is proper to state, that Mr. Brownsotf s aJSfi will be marked by his name tho' to most Veal ers they would doubtless reveal themselves hi their internal evidence; and that it hasbeea . greed under the circumstances that these contri butions shall be independent of the usual liabili ties to editorial revision and control the author alone having a similar responsibility for whatever peculiarity of view they may contain, as though appearing in the original work, which has bean nereioitre euuea wun sucn distinguished abilitv by himself. Among other attractive papers in preparation for the forthcoming volume, will be found some personal sketches, reminiscences, and anecdotes of the private life of General Jackson, from tha pen of on intimate friend and member of hi Cab inet. The Portraits with which it is intended to il lustrate the numbers of the ensutn? vear. and which will be executed in a fine style ui eumv ing, by J: L. Dick, of this city, are those ot Col. R. M. Johnson, of Kentucky. Hon. Silas Wrirht of New York, Hon. James Buchanan, ofPennsyl vania, Hon. j. C. Caihoun. of South Carolina. Hon. T, II. Benton, of Missouri, Hon. R. J. W'al- ker of Mssissippi, Hon. T. Sedgwick,, of Mis sachusetts, Hon. C. C. Cambreleng. of New ork, Hon. Gov. Dorr, of Rhode Island, Hon. Gov. Porter, of Pennsylvania; with two or three of tha most rminent members of the great Liberal Party of Europe, from different countries;, or e!sa of others of home production" acoorning to the faci lity of procuring portraits from abrod. 1 e rms of ruBLicATios. The subscribers having assumed the publication of the abova Magazine, pledge themselves that it shall ba promptly issued on the first of each month, in the city of New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Balti more, and Washington. It will also be sentby the most rapid4 conveyances to the different tov.t in the interior where subscribers may roslde. The facilities afforded by the extensive Publish ing business of the undersigned enable them to make this promise, winch shall be punctually fulfilled. To promote tho object in view, and relvia? upon the united support vfiho Dcm icntic party, as well as others, the price of subscriptiou is fir ed at the low rate of five dollars per annum, ia all cases in adance; while in rrtechanical arrang ment. and in size, quantity of matter, &c, tha United States Magazine will be placed on a pat at least, wilh the leading monthlies of England. Each number will contain one hundred and twelve pages, closely printed in double columns from bourgeois type, enst expressly for the pur pose, and upon fine white paper; thus givinj ta tho work an increase in the amount of matier of over seventy-five per cent. The Portraits for the comminrr year, one of which will be given ia each number, will be executed on steel in an ef fective and finished stylo, by J- L. Dick, which will be accompanie with an original biogra phy; a feature in the plan, which it would be im- possiible to give n a work of this kind, wihtjut of August last, I began using the Balm of Co- Inmhia. fmm Clrtmatnclr A- fin. SinV whlf.h timfl 1 hnv HQri twn onrl bnlf KnftloQ f th the most liberal and extensive support as they at n.v.:u r..i? . !.: j couia nui ue lurnisnea wimoui an outlay oi ai uaim, nuivii.iias iuiiv ioiuicu iiiv ua . j , auu . A- cni . " r J Ii- e e 7iv I J I itosi. swt ww rci oimuiu. ..ecu my ucau euur.y ,rou. .un. neau An . n9 taking four copies, or becominjr is now covered with fine, flowing long hair resp0sible for four subscriecrs, will be entitled nmuii ttuv uiit? uiiiy see uy uuuiuy uii uio I tO a ftllll COpy gratis. btanrtord, Connecticut. 1 Committees or Societies on remitting to tha Nov. 12, 1810. DARIUS S. SCOFIELD. Publishers 50 in current Now York funds, can LOOKOUT- . receive thirteen copies of the work. Counterfeits are abroad look always for the I Remittances may by enclosing tht money aa3 name of Comstock & Co., on the splendid I mailing tne same m the presence of a Postmaster ivnnn. nA r,Q5, K ; ,.i,.,t tkot I Bank notes that pass current in business eener. . ' J - IhIItt .n tha StofQ ftf Nnm A.I mill I. a .nooi t&J. xxie vciuuvmuc ncviBw win oe punctually u- livered free dl expense to subscribers in tho prin cipal cities ot the union On the first of the mon'J and forwarded to "mail subscribers and agents oj tne SJotn ot tne montn preceding publicatioi. I I ( 1 . . 1 1 - . 1 I aii cum in umca iions ior ine x.aitor to do 3 dressed (post paid) to J.& H.G. LANGLEY, Publishers, ftl, Chatham St. New York. CITY BOOK STORE. BERRY T.1WEIIIEE TTAVE opened in Memphis, near the South- JLJl East corner of Exchange Square, a gener al and well selected stock of .JJUUKJS AND STA Rheumatism Gofit. Concentre ted Cords and JTIuscles St. l RE prevalent and common diseases. a nrnrtitinr'oi- r.r rrno lflll if hOBe TIONERX, embracing Law and Medical Books; generally shrinks in despair at the prospect Historical ana ineoiogicai works; a great va rietyof publications. in Standard and Miscella neous Literature; an tne late popniar jovei and Romances bchool iJooks, &c. -Also, ACCOUNT BOOKS, . INCLUDING LEDGERS, INVOICE BOOKS, JOURNALS, LETTER BOOKS, DAY BOOKS. BILL BOOKS, CASH BOOKS, MEM. BOOKS, Record Books, trflvemintr and t'rniMntintr t heno . 1irasfi9. Hi remedies are creaerally paliative. ad th P1 feels happy at any relief from his torments, u his family doctor gives him any nopeoi i nu" it is at the end of a" long course of medicine that is to act upon the system, or at the expep of drawing frcm the arm his life's' blood nntu i cured, which is by such means next to lmpossiJ.c he has not enough of "life left to be worth tr- .... . .a - kAKiArf ing lor," How important rnen, tnai a to check, '". control, and eradicate Rhenoausa Of the most Durable Binding and elegant finish;! d knotty cords and muscles, till nature JtIW STOJE. INFORMATION is hereby given the nubile 'JL that T have still in mv bossession the cele bra ted MAD STONE, formerly owned by myself, Thomas Miller -and - others of Madison county Alabama, which has been successfully applied Iiv about 200 Cases! It being a certain cure for the bite of Mad dogs. Poisonous Snakes, &c. The object of this notice is to contradict a report which I have understood ia in circulation, , that thi "Stone" has been moved to Texas, or some other country. All, who may be afflicted, can have the benefit of its application by-calling .upon the- subscriber liv ing in. the county bf Marshall', ofe the road lead ing from Wy'att tor Holly Springs, about H milas from tha latter place, v - JARVIS "MILAM. May 10,1813, 3m. Rnled, cap and letter PAPER. English and French letter Taper, Ruled Folio Post and Bill Paper, Blue and ljlack INK, French Carmine Ink, QUILLS and steel PENS, Banker's Note Cases and Port Folios, Blank Bills of Exchange and Drafts, Promlsary Notes; Visiting and printing Cards, &e.&c. All of which are offered at the lowest prices. health again has sway and control. Such, joi may rely, is tha effect of .the Nerve and W Liniment, and Indian vegetaoie juhj.u l Comstock &. Co., and true only whed tney their fac simile signature on them.- How ia?f? the discovery that the Elixir Drops taken, inter nally operate specifically and directly upon W effected jartsr while the liniment rubbed on ex ternally removes all soreness and pain, and re aers tne patient at once cu"r"-'c k u,r A few cases cited below, , which are fnlly r nessed and authenticated, will do more tbanf can say to convince of the truth of this; bat W USB 01 it once wiu aispei an aouoi aau. ni" It IS tee BOOR BEYBERY Havincr nn AxtensivR Blank Book ManufactO tv nl R5ndfrv. rnnnected with our Nashville sufferer its most:efficient friend. House, we will be enabled tofurish here, Blank of such to recommend it to other sufferes. ness at the shortesHiotice; r Orders from Banks, Holly SpncjJi Insurance Offices, merchants and others respect fully solicited. Old books re-bound to order, by leavinsr them at our Stores ftt-Law, Medical, and other Books not on hand, will be furnished uflth despatch, Memphis, March 31, 1843. , 10-2m " R mJEFFERS OJV f Co. Coinuiis$on ITIcr chants, COTTON 4 TOBACCO 'FACTORS, Ko. rtamp sireei, :J .NEW -ORLEANS. . September 13. 35-3ni: ' Administrator's JVotiee. , THE undersigned having obtained lelteri administration ofihe estate of h? 3 Smith, dee'd, at the May term, call court, ,15 . the Probate court of Lafayette county persons indebted to. said estate are hereby reqc ed to ccme forward and settle np; and all demands against said estate must P";) - .... ...... Tt--ji i rr theV" witnm the time prescriuea py.'f:', cMrtfl. be forever barred. " " JOH-S? My 31, ISld. pfe350J Adamiv;