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III irfthe ir.s. Amy. jio".: ... lis 1 ;i:f. , sent West fur TSn. vv inkers in rureoforaenn- -r5 o join Ceh. the ,ent ol ""' m Li IC SIGN OF THE MAMMOTH MORTALS. II 0 L L y S P It I X G S , M IS s . ... and -Mh U 1 Ll'V 1 J . . . o-ed s m- m ra iff no nan (1)1 is; i 4 . . r 111 "". -' J ,u mmjj fr .lir; for one Keg- JPW.&. City on .he i f!iJiJ-1' . i - T r, As "reai . M ni.n' , , rin,T the Gov 1. -v,it return orders on trH MJbj lb:cct. Ihv. lhe New 'nvei."n have f- F no'.V CD Mill"'""' . n 'pay of a lr.em nner oi us'- , shall no; cuctu ... Tl i, lull .1 t lit r fi HZ? BOOK STOKXJ; Hemphls. . .. ,r w n f i I .f leave to invite Ui V. Tlllll Iff ' ' . . . Ml t . . l-P! ! fit JJOOKS, whicti win i ?l,rtl!l'-Hl l .. . e jn.K-ra'c pricx-s 'Vi;rors,,m.-nc.iai.,r. I,o.r of a iriu.t..T'.s-3Ian. . Oll7Continr-u'.al,Ryil.ld;nc;. .Major Jon:' r''-irt.i'. LC Iukinfi'.miN)rU ir,s "Picayuae, I'J.ontri.-al Arprviiiice.-hip o TIirc; ( iufinl.-iiicii. Ca!avar, , it ,ivrnturj .-.5 ft Maru:. .rctt Ilitii.-lia Vyi.lham. Confionjofarretty o.nan, lVtun- fr.-m Italv, Hy UiCKCiis Ai.-o - . A laro and clu.nce a-j puU:catit,s oi tlie day, lav, suitabto f.r dull umes aud summer .ca.u TANNi:nII.U j. ii; r?';i ffireet. Wriunsr.f Ilnsh I.rtrare, Tainmfd and f:cplirns Writings, IJi-lbune's S.TiiU'i)r, Phil'phy of Mystery, Whcwcti'.H IMetifiits of M-vablv, Cri .. ff th (ilfCk-!, Chronicles of tlu" CM. lleniPrkfilib'Trimiiial Tp').1, Dick's Practical Astronomer, D'AtilipH-'rf iitrf .tiiiatioii, l!h vol., T'cstus, a PtK-'ui. W No!-., of a Tmr, llMkH Iiirh arc Uoolis-' UlitiARY VF C1WICU KHADLYG. Ikthcn, c,r Traces Travel frMn tlw 1'st, Mary Scliwc idler, the Amer WiK-h, Undine Sintram, from Fouque; Imfgma- tion and F:m-v, bv I"iH Hunt, The D'arvnf Ixdv Willmiyhby, llozlitt'tf Tnblc T!k; parts 1 end '2, Headlong Hall, and Night Marc Abbey, The French in Algiers; Tales from tho Cesta Ii'.m inorurrs The Crescent and the Crs', JIazIitt'si Age of Flizabeth, Zschokkc's Talcs, by l'a'k Goodwin, HimvI's Proso and Verse, parts 1 and 'J, Hazlitt's character's in ihakspearc's I'layf, The 'Crock of Cold. Wilson's Genius and Character of Burns, f 'ssnvs of Flia, in 2 parts, Bubbles from the Brunncn; bv !ir F. B. Head, Hazlitt's Table Talk, series, part 1, Basil Montagu's Selections from Taylor, South, Barrow, &c, Twins and Heart, by Tuppcr, Hazlitt's Lectures, on the Comic Vriters, Lamb's Dramatic I'oots, Proverbial lhlItsophy, by Tupper, Vicr of Wakctiekl, Lord Maban's Life of Con do, II;iz!ittrf Lectures on the Kngli.-di IVets, T. K. Hervey'j Book of Christinas, 'Cromwell's letters and Speeches, by Carlyl. Autobiography ofBenvenuto Cellini, The Rhine, bv ictor Hugo, L ather Jiipa's Residence at the Court of IVkine, Tassos Jerust'ilem Delivered, Sketches fiom Life, by Iiman Blanchard, Iigii Hunt's Italian IVet5, Cricket on tbc Hearth, by Charles Dickens. Poetical works of John Iveats, Notes of a Journey from Cornhill to Cairo, Thiodolf the Icelander, Poem, by Thomas Hood, This is a niot valuable oew series of Bxk3, hieh cannot fa I to be read with eagerness very where. The works are well selected, cheap, and most elegantly printed, which must give them a universal circulation. JVVir York :OHrhr. School Rooks. A ...imntin rwrtmant of all kinds used in schools ; also other articles required in school, for sale, wholesale and retail, ai iir Blank Hooks. . T 1- f , V ei,;i;tblr Hit CWu.Houses nd Public Officers; superior tot tueir engance and duraomiy. Valtinblc Books. t 'urinific t , i Millnnpona Kssavs -ivicai IH- nivv.. by Tlws.CrH-ip. Vrescott BiMt.;l nn.l Critical Miscclla nes,by V.ll.Vrerott, author of "Ferdinand So Isabella Longfdlow.V, by Henry Vadsworth IxHigfrltnw, abistrations. , V. fir. sermons, t Hugh Blair, V. v, S., to which is ptfixed the life and charac ter Pi the author, w Finlavson, D. U. s Murrati. En?rvcloDr; ftf GeoerraDh? ; ra rnsin? a connlete rtoo-rintion of the einn bv Hueh Mrrav: illustrated bj 83 Maps and about Eleven Hundred Engravings on wood: J tois. IArdeche. History of 'apoleon, from the French of M. Laurom De LArdeche, with 500 ilhistra'ioin of 20 original portraits; 2 vols, ... . " ' E. A. TALBOT, 'SIM OF TIM COE,Dm.HOMkn',- koRTII-WEST CORNER OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE; HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS., DRUGGIST fit ilFOTHHCAILTT, iml JfenUr in Puints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Dtje-StuJJs Botdn ic Medicines, Perfumery, Window-Glass, Puthj, e. 4$-c. .t,, physicians, and the public generally, may rely upon obtaining from him FtCsU Jicines, of ttw bcstquality, and at as low prices McJicine: West. April 24, 1H1G. -p ii WP JUST RECEIVED DIUECT FUOM ?vE xr l' i' IT, OF TUB FOLLOWING ARTICLES: k20 hhds Sugar, 100 Loaf do 3(H) lbs clarified do 6 do Keeler, 3 do Piggins, 8 Willow Waggons, 9 Boxes Raisins, 9 Half Boxes do, 3 Boxes Pickles, 2 doz Lemon Syrup, '2 baskets Salaca oil, C doz horse & mules col- . lars, , -6 do Blind Bridles, 2 do Riding do G do Hames, 25 t 1 1 s: 15 lib'.i Molasses, ilo Mackerel, do Shad, do Tanner's Oil, do Linseed do sacks Rio Coffee, lo Java do do Pettit Gulf cot ton seed. Genuine. Tierce Rice, i ti do? Well buckets, 6 do Brooms, 10 do painted do 1 do Ji'niper do 1 do Cedar do Brass 1 do do Churns, 1 do Panama 15 do panam'a leaf do asVi 1 do waggon Whips -1 do carriage dtj I do Bnsrav dc? 3 Nest Tubs, 4 , . nMA vj.:. .;, Tnb Cntlorv: Viles. aborted: Butts and llinjres; screws SwtecZ Wo'ol and Cotton; also Queens, China and Glass itli ah Ulnckincr Brushes: Sieves; Brass and Iron W ire; Mustard, Indtgo, ?i 'i i " t n.ftn.l Stmt. Starch and Candles. w o iK,i,kiikI nrtielpfi too tedlOUS ALSO, B?.cqn. Lard, Flour; Cheese, Cotton Yarn, Castor Oil, Spirits Turpentine, Camphor, Star Candles, Fancy boap, r ine cui anu u cu -'- x VnOK SnuiV, buckwheat, Blue herd's Gra, Clover Seed, Adams' Paten LCT?lIsCK- April 8, 131H. .-. . Travels "over thu Table Lanti? jnd Cordilleias of Mexua, during the years xlJ ami '-II, iiieJudIgaxlc3-criptioiiUf Qlliforpiar ami the bfographieis of Iiurbide and Santa Anna, by Albert M. Gilliam, late U. S. Con sul to California, with Maps and Plates. Kirby. Wonderful and Iccntr'.c Museum, or Magazine of remarkable characters, all the curiosities of Nature and Art, with 10 En fiavings; ti vols., London. A'i7c.t. Nile's Weekly Register, from Septcm- "lier, 182;) to Septemlr, lh3o; iib vols. Wilke. Narrative of the United Stutcs Kx pf'rii)'T ExH.-dition, during the years 1S3S, 35, 10,and '12; by Charles Wilkes U. S. N., commander of the expedition, with illus trations and Maps ; 5 vols. Maeavlt, cVr.Tho Modern British I'.snyists, rontauuag the miscellaneoiis writings oiAla eauly, Wilson, Sidney Smith, Alison ?uk1 Car lyle ; .r vols. rrciral. Elegant Extracts, or useful and en tertaining I'assages from the best English authors "and translations; embillished with elegant engravings, by James P. Pcrcivol; G vols. Browning. A His'ory of the Huguenots, a new edition, continued to the present time, by W. S. Browning. Keightley. History of the Roman Empire, from Iho accession of Augustus to the cud of the Empire of the Westbeing a coniinuation of the ilistorvof Rome, by Thos. Keightley. Chauctr. The Poetical W'orks of Geoffrey Chaucer, with an Essay on his Versification, and an introductory discourse, together with notes nnd a Glossary, bv Thos. Tvrwhttt. Frost. The Wonders of History ; comprising remarkable Battles, Sieges, Feats of Anns, and instances of courage, ability and magna nimity, occuring in the annals of tRe from the earliest ages to the present timo; Embellished with several hundred" ings on wood, by John Frost, L. I Library of mcrican l. Journal cf an African Cruiser, edited by ia- ' thaniel Hawthorn, " Tale3 of Edgar A. Poe. , Letters from Italy, by, J. T. Headley. The Wigwam and the Cabin, by Gitmore Simms. Big Atel and the Little Manhattan, by Cor nelius Mathews. . , Wanderings of a Pilgrim, under the shadow of Mont Blanc, by Geo. Cheever, D. D. Western Clearings, by Mary C la vers, (Mrs. Kirklan,) - ., f TvDeo : a residence in the Marquesas. The Wilderness of the War rath, by Jas. Hall.' Scenes and Thoughts hi Europe. Raven and other Poems, by Edgar A. Toe. Views and Reviews in American History, Literature and Fiction, by W. G. Simms, Tbn Alns and the Rhine, bv J. T. Headley. The Pilgrim in the Shadow of the Jungfiau Alp, by Geo. B. Cheever, D. D. The Wigwam and the Cabin; 2d series, &c Menjphis, Aug. 110 , Ji-" MADISON STREET, MEMPHIS,.' GENERAL DEALER IX MCSIC, MlTSICAt IxSTRrMEXTS, Whit Paper, Blaxk Books, &lc. &c. Will keep constantly on hand a general as sortment oi rIeuicl, Law, School, and Miscel laneous Books; also, a superior stock of Sta tionery. August PJ.-n31 ly. as they are sold in any e.-ty of the SouUi- n5 tf. FROM NEW ORLEANS CONSIST- 40 Kegs Nails, assorted. 400 lbs vaggon Boxes, 400 lbs Saddle Irons, 200 lbs Hooks & Hinges. 2 doz Scythe blades, 2 do do sneeds, - 3 do sevthes &z cradles. 3 do Coffee Mills, IS do steel Hoes, 96 pair trace chains, 2 doz Axes, 6 boxes glass, assorted. 1 do long handle spades 1 do short do do Hats-, 1 do do do shovels 1 do long do do 2 do pair Steelyards, do straw cut'g knives Also, fine lot of Boots and Shoes, and to mention. D. JONES, & Co. 52-ly. . , Holly Springs JPosl pIice. NEW ARRANGEMENT. Ojf ce trpmfrom SAir M?t mrhl- V IK MtZttpt on bundavs , . . AKRtVAi A?fD DEPAKTrBE OF THE MAILS. MEMPHIS, (Northern.) IVparts every day, except Thursday, at . .. 4 A. M. . ;:;-8 P. M. . RIPLEY, (Eastern.) rp,irt every dar except Thursday at ....8 P. M. .."3 A. M. ' !ue " "... " . at--.... COFFEEVLLLE, (Sovthern.) iVr r.arts Monrlav,Thnrsdav, and Saturday. t--2 A. M. r . , i " .... i I .lS, ik. k Uue auiKlaT, !drewia9, ana riaays, ai"-. PONTOTOC. Uf parts Mondays, Wednesdays, and Friday, at Dae 'rut.Mlay,"rhardav. and Saturdays, at . BELMONT . . DcpnrlsTnesstavg.at.... - .i Due, Wedneedav,ai . 12 P.M. 12 P. M. u ...6 A.M. . ..7 " LAGRANGE" Drpnrt. Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays, at -4 A.M. Le, Tuesdays, Thnrfdavs, and Saturdays, at -9 P. M. HERNANDO. Departs, Mondays aiid WedDesdays' at S A. M. Uue; Tuesdays and Thursdays, at -7 P. M. CHULAHOMA: P parts, Saturday, at .. .. .. .. . . .. .. A. M. Due, sauie day at ' ; -7 P M. All lettprs for the Riptey or Eastern inait, should be in the OJite by 3 o'clock P. M., and for other mail by 8 P. M. Ft. S. CJRfcER, P. M. fin IIEst.ticilbei' F.C b sale dfPiah .A- os maPuractT:r-'Ntfs & Clark New YorkA ihujg.'lnstruments, by leavinInodescrfption can have them ordered of arWTt le or finish, and pay only New York prioe 'ivith the freight and insurance. The prices range from $225, to 8300 in New York. For further particulars apply to - 1 E. A. TALBOT. Holly Springs, Aug. 12th, 1846.; 6m. CERTIFICATE. Jxt at this time ia mv houe one of Nunns& Clarks wnos ad have been accustomed to them for the last 15 years, abd can state confidently that ita Georgia no instru ment have sustained a hieher reputation one treat excel lency about them is, they are ot liable to get out of tune. STRAY SALE FOR THE 4TII MONDAY OF AUGUST, 1S4(5. - ftKNE brown mare and colt, taken tip by John TrVl T GAri rmfQioot SS15. W. Gi McGAUGHEY, Ranger. August 19, 1846. TO am. persons Interested is tIik La.nop, TrjtExtarra asd IIksemtajuotb op Majiy TavLOB, DlSC&ASEli. TTOU are hereby notified to be and appear before the Probate Court of Marshall county, State of Mississippi, on the 4th Mon day in October next, then land there to show cause, if any you can, why the following des cribed lands, viz: the North half of Section No. 32, in Township Nb. 3, of Range No. 3, West, in Marshall Couiity aforesaid, should not be sold, according to the suggestion and petition of the undersigned. JAMES W. F ANT, Adm'r. fitc; LEWIS TAYLOR, i - WM. H.TAYLOR, JAS. M. TAYLOR, Parties iri-; terestedi - n22 6t; . ELIZA M.FANT. J August U, IS46; H. gTKATTO.N. J.H. GCODluKTT. ,E. M UAVrTT SlrattoHi Goodletti $ Co Commission - Forwarding Merchants,' fc-HOVT row. A FEW BOOKS SOCTH OF EXCHASGE sarAEE, jttxrnis, te. ,--r ' June 12, nlStf. -rk xviQrt OF, DRUGS, MKDICINRS, PALM'S, OILS HVi; SL.FVn J XB?8- PATENT MHDICIXES, CHEMICAL, Ac, Ac, ARE ENABLED TO OFFER THEM TO THEIR PATRONS AND THE PlilJLlC GENERALLY, AS LOW 'fiTiw t . ,A?1I1EY CAN BE PURCHASED IN ANY SOUTHERN MARKET. UIARTICLFS6 mt arranSemts-in Philadelphia, by which they can at all times receive FRESH AND GEN- May 8, 1S46. . JLaw Notice. iiEXRT w. AxnrKso?r. PlTVDLETOG. GAINES. GAINES ANDERSON, ATTORSlCT AJD COUSSEtXOKS AT LAW. -. . MEMPHIS, TEXX., lfILL hereafter give their joint attention to Vw the business of their profession. July 22, 1810, nl8lf. "JEDWARD W. UPSIIAW, 'ATTORNEY $ COUNSELLOR AT LAW, HOLLY SPKIXGS, MISS., XT7"ILL practice in the Circuit Courts "of Marshall. Dfe Soto, Tippah. Pontotoc. Lafayette, Tunica and Panola. Also, the Chancery fcpurt at Holly Springs, and will give his attention to the collection of claims in any part of North Mississippi, that may be sued on in the Federal court at rontctoc. August 14, 1845. . Chnn21. ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOLLY SPRINGS, IWISSISSXtri, WILL practice his profession in t:ie Coun ties of Tippah, Marshall, Dc Soto, Panola and Lafayette. He will also attend the I ederal Court at Pontotoc. His office is between Bar ton &, Chalmers Law Office, and Drs. Taylor Sc Pitman's Shop. January 30, 1840. nl5 ti. . ATTORNEY AT L A IF, ttdLtY SPRIXGS, MISS., WILL practice in all the Courts in the 7th Judicial District; the Chancery Court at Holly Springs, and the Federal Court at Pon totoc. " - . July 10, 184G. nlOtf. mamir xr. aixdehsoij, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MEMPHIS, TEXN., n S the duly appointed Cdmmfssioncr, to take Dcpo&hiona and Affidavits in. the State of Tennessee, to be vscd in the Stale of Mississip nii M-A- also, to f ic the acknowledgment of Deeds nnd other -hrnanzvts fn the Slqt.eof Tcn neslef fto be recorded in the State of Missis sippi. July 10, 1846. nlOtf. ...... D?.. J. C. VT AI.S3?.i fTTTAVING returned from tho South, has re sumed the practice of medicine, and of fers his professional services to the citizens of Holly Springs and vicinity. OOffico in the back room of the Drug Store of B. J. Malone & Co. April 17, 1846. hi tf. C; O'BZITTAIJ. SURGEON DENTIST, ZXOLX.T SPXZINGS C1XSS. April 10, 1845 nC-tL TO SPORTSIOTII. JT UST received from the East a splendid stock of Guns, consisting of , J Single and double. larrd German &. American, do . .. do r do Real English Twist, Revolving Pistols Colt's and Alien's patent, Self-Cocking u do do t do " Game bags, Pbwder Flasks and Horns, Shot Pouches, Percussian Nipples, ;. Gun and Rifle Wipers. For sale by T. IS. MASUiM Cf JU 1t Holly Spnftgs, April 17, 1840. n4 tf. NEW LBS?' STABLE, OX LA GRANGE STREET, SEAU V. R. SADER' STAUIi HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS. HAVING erected a large and commodious brick Stable, the subscriber is now pie pared to accommodate i the public, and is determined to gjvfi satisfaction, if possible; stimulated by yre to merit arid, contin ue to receive the satne patronage which has been so liberally bestowed upon him here tofore. - . . RATES. ; Single Feed,. ..25 ...SO .-75 Horse, (per rflonth,) 10,00 Horse, (per night,) " , day. . - Hir, (per dy, i,k Horse & Burery.pr. day,-4,50 week. 3.00 2 llore& ilMCk " " o."" All Ur. Lent bv th month or week; must be paid for promptly, at the end of i. ,i a. ,.!' Ti-fcnri hirinj? Hor- ctiv-ii uiuiiiu . . - . j-, ses or Carriages, "will be held liable for any injury or damage done. . rTT'His Stable also receives ell the Hor ses of travellers who stop at the 'Mak siiall House." - G. B. ItjTONE. Febroarv 20, 1S10.. n4 tf. -Moticcv -'. nANSOM LOGAN left this State in year 1837, and went to the State of Alabama to speculate oh land and negroes": I receive let ters from him from Portland, Ala., until 110. I have not received a letter since. I have Un derstood since that he lived in Mobile, arid w3 in the habit of going on the Steamboats on ti: Tcmbisbv river in 1H41. "He hai left a wife an four distressed children. ..His frierads and my self wish to know his future destiny. If any person kne"- ..here R. Logan, is, they will confer a iavci ty vrriting td Camden, South Ca., to tloria E. Lccjii " T.wish this cJvertisement published in every paper in the Ctzte, (Iliss.) for three tenths, and aocmints sent to IlARIA E. LOGAN. July 22 3m. 0 YES! CALL AND SEE! cooir & Aiiuxmuou, fAl lhe olJ atar.d tormer'y x-t-uid ly U. 11. lijikin, o . Ij Orange IlOLl.V SFlilNC.S. MISS., Li U ii .., ..m r i . x . -ft- 4 luai i vjtt i -i i . uniTi titirTt im:w vr - r 1 - ni Tin rm in u ami i v v' f il t Rt-i'ow OF GROCERIES, purchased exbre market, which they arc ofierinj' at PlllCLia. 07" Perwn wishiua t purchnxo are roquesfttl to giVb litem n. call, and they guarantee that they shall not leave displeased or uvisupplied. April 10, 1840. n31y. WITOLE8ALJ5 ANU RCTAII. GROCKR3 AM) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, MEMPHIS, TEXN; frT"They will receive and store Coiton and other Merchandize at customary charges. March U7, 1840. nlv. SCOTTOfi. JOSEPH I. ANDREWS, C O M MISS JO N ME R C 11 A A T, MEMPHIS, TENN. -OT Keeps. constantly on hand A larg-3 as sortment of all kiuds of Goods. September Sia, 1845. n2) ly. . To ICent. ROOM suitable for a Physician or Lawyer. ppiy at me viuara viucc. 1 a. .1 J Art- August 5. 1810. NOTICE. Letters of Administration, H ith the will aniieel, of lhe Kktate of L-dia K. Ilumar, Dc'd., were crantt-d to the un dersigned by the hon. Probate cutirl of Mnrthal) count)',! ,Missisijri, at the r"My lerm tuer-'r, I a lt IK . All ,t.. ...u Alt ,r,i.. havinarclitiiusiiirainst aid f. state, wii prespnt tliem willi- t it the time' prscribsl by Law, to 0'ir Atr-ut and Attm nev in fart, Maleoltu Mr Neill, who in nlo aullioi 'iscd to collect and receipt forall cUlmsdue said estate. , . p. KF.?cxy:nv, I . ' ISAAC J111.SK1I,) AX ',' Mar 29. 1846. ' . : jilUfiw. In the Circuit Court of Dc Stlo Count y to May Term 1S4G. Nathaniel Anderson and Felix Lewis, Adm'rs. of the Estate of Martin Col bert Deceased, vs. Sally A. Colbert et ats. Attachment for sum of 8t)S(),00. the ffJHR attachment ia the above case having XX. been returned levied upon the Estate of said defendants and nrotf bavins been made that the defendants arc not citizens, residents of the State of Mississsppii It is therefore or dered that unless said defendants appear before the Circuit Court aforesaid at tho court-house in Hernando on the 0th Monday after the lth Monday of September next, give special bail and plead answer or demur in tho premises, within the time limited for' their appe.afo.nce, judgment w ill bo entered, and the estate attach ed will bo sold. It is further ordered that a copy of this order bo published in lhe Holly Springs "Guard" four weeks successively, pre vious to that day. Test: JOSi F. FORREST, Clerk. August 5, lSlO. -n20lt. In the Circuit Court of Desoto County to May ... Term 1810. DeltthaP. bane, by her next friend, 1 Petition V. . . vr. ' . for Won." II. Lane; , y Divorce. rniHE petition, fijbd in tho jibovo case, and A- proof being made that the defendant is not a citizen resident of tho Stats of Mississippi. It is therefore ordered $hat unless, said defendant apjear before the Circuit Court afore sn id at the court-house;1 in the Tpwn ofllerhdndo m tbc Sixth Monday after the fourth Mondry of Sep tember next, and plead answer or defriur -to the pKintiffs petition, the allegations thereof vull 1 taken for confessed and such order and ;dcerce made therein as the said court may deem proper. It t further ordered that a copy of this order be published in the Holly Springs "Guard" three months successively, previous to said day. Test: JOS. Fi FORREST, Clerk. Augusts, 18 10. n203nl. J ft Jit rereirtl hit t hp nr.zi jr.- si lowing articles, xohich tec are od, i reduced prices: . RTEEL bag nnd purse clasps, and ornnmenls. Stec!. Gold nd silver Beads, all uo's.l Colored Velvets for Bags, bilk I loss and Twist for working, Perforated Paper and Cords, Zephyr Worsted; till shades, , A great variety of commenced work, such as Smoking caps, S 1 ippers; Ottomans, &.c. - Gold and Silver Braid for Einbrodoring, Spiral cords and Plaits for the Hair. - : T. B. MASON 4- CO Holly Springs, May 15, 1840. OFFICERS OF TUB TOWN SPRIXGS. OP HOLLY ULYSSES II. ROSS, Mayor; TOTTPTT 1 1TTT T ' ..l'; .7; - .si:u:ctmkm; , Tard No. I JOHN L. GOODMAN, ? i(Annt mi Mrnr a 3. JAjIES elder. t u A TAAtr'vJ ir TlTHAfCnV " 5. HENRY M. LUSHER. . UNION HOUSE. THANKFUL y tls puhWc f r tr 'ir p;.tnim,o heretofore', the projn. t r wmi'nl i s.tH U'utiy inform them ibit bin bouse i now iho rM;"" IotVics of all iho tdnos cf Singes arriving a&d denartlnfr from II oil v r:xinr.s, (witii i .. - . r. . . . . . - .7 , , nwuxceiiticn ul tlwl-n inan-'o Mnw, ri.i t . 1 n's '?nn ("xl"4'i'iice in keeping a Public lbu-, lttn D, eetcrmUtatioii t pleao all wh tu'iy fi- fiatrf-r'pj.'C- eftbo public will still bt vxUn ! d t o dm; li s table is supplied with tJ,e j!,,. nmtlet will atlord, ami his servnuf.s attditiie and careful. CrHvbaanlst!f, r.-nnrcfioM wii.'JiN hoU-v ancxcUbnt Liiery Stnhl-, m,, ,,,'icd u.'M, .,,. horses oiul carriage. Persons ihi,ct'. I- u""ljul "J r ci ion oi i no cuiintrv , '1 .. can !( uccoiimuxmt'u wiliout ten v. A I,; ia attended to Ly a competent an. et nV manager ol hors?.-, trav. Hers uill tlud it u, tl advautiio to give hiui a call. R IV T V, VATT RITES. June 2(1, IS 10 nit if. I OFFER for Hrtle tli- f l. am S:nv and Gri' mill Mini n ,..( ',.... .... 1 I I j- - l , i ....... ...... . , ,IUII u i;i,i oi i,;i'M, nl- liable fir a l'lantation, adjoinin-j tin- ruof Panola, Panola Co., ,Mis.: nil i.r f-ur t h sand two hundred dollar, or I v.ill tiiiide t! property. Mr. D. C. ILdton on tho promis, will rliOW (In; projMM ty. ALSO, the West ba'f of S, -rtiou J), Ti.wn hhip 1, Jlane2, 1 mile Noith ,fll..lly Sj-rin-well improved and fiii Land, Cor k4!'. ry !-u. For fnrtlrr ir'llrinatitn npply to the im.'.'iii cd at pontottte, ' J. IIOIFON. Jjinunry 0, lNir. n l f ELuttn! fCatoii!! ftf Cb(tti(tti&ti, 'd'S n.u: n .'hi i xct 'ili iit 'JAWWHJr' flrti-le just ir.i ivr.lnn 1 f..r Sale by J). 1). JONTS A CO. Saddle, tilariir aistl Trusik . 51 a ii ii fncf ii rs. VEA I Kit IX S. i DDL Kirs . I XI) JL 1 NESS MAKER'S MATERIALS. Also, Leather of errnj Vesertption, at the siai or the: J'ROXT ROW, MllMPMS, 77;a v., OULD resj)cctfiilly call the att.-nti-ot i purelifisers to bis -slablihnn nt, eonfi 1 nt that it is not equalled by any in the Stale Sept. 30, lbla. Jib U. NO CVIUl, NO PAY!!!! TW I IE public are I'.t- pretftdly K.lirind t i' vor me with a call, and -i.ve mo a eh.TiK'f to relieve them of s'jiu'i of th ir ind: ii s. I propose to treat ?.ll cutane..u nU'. v..-, Si l .-c and Cancers of long' Mfuidin-', Seroihi'a and Erysip lnf, Stin'Jointy, Milk Leg, Uv id Ion-, Croup, 1'hlhi-de, Dyf j.'-pia, Srald b'.-d. all af fection nrixing from t It" discard Liv-r t Spleen,1 Klteuil.at'c nllbetioi, IT'iir Albu-, Fits and Gr.lveL A, Dnmb Pal.-y, pr.i.!-d he f-an fee the patient within t'ii lo'ioth--first attack. .My charges in nil rasoM uiH I' m".. r.!-. tJien ap ret cure rlK-cl.-'; wb u no r.-li.d' H given, tin cl'orge will be in; , KeUl nce 3J ' mb ' 'l rtl. M-.unt Pleasant, ticur the road d;' t" lb !! Springs. . Post Olnce, North' Mount Pl.-a.mt, M .--. All letters n Utb; pot.1 phid to ensure all- nti'o, :. DEMrsCV 1. GILELIIT. July3,18i:. nlt'i!. . . ' CEHTiriCATEri. Tb i to cortifv that 1 v. as alllict? A with J) Dropsy of the Cellular rtifnibr?n", an I plied to Dr. D. Gilbert, near Aon IMeasant, and he perfectly un .l in: in i n-' days. I wouhl rt con1tn.nd hiui to t.; ui- llicted. Tin'ouoin: E 'M U K. February 17, iS io. ThU i-t to certify that my t" ' llollandworth was aJIictt-l wish a 1-' Cancer for six 'year., and after try i if remetliei to no I.'cci, I aji,liul t Dr. 1. P. Gilbert near North M. i ;n 1 ! ccr'xl her in Km seven wt, -U. I v. ul ! ofo recointiir.nd fitm to the atllittnl. JOHN HOLE A NOW (HLTif IV h nary 17, 1 sin. Ti.i.;3 toccrtifylh.tt I wa., v k-;) uul.u J ".vith Pleuiiny ia my right fM, i ., 1 v . ;; t i by Or. i. I. tjiLiu-HT, m ar N r.h Mt. ant, in one hour of ibo.-e rh.arp ,! utlru y his Rheumatic Drop?; nnd I Wo;,M a. I'.t r, : pair li : persons ailbct'-d wait i'h ur ..-; r E?.r ;: to call on him, ixiA jrtt the -in're;; iol J, I' r 1 to l! LeUeve it is the best rein. -d f .T t afdicttd Public. w. u. MONT(ioMi:n. March 2G, lf10. '