Newspaper Page Text
New York I'.lcetlnii.
The result of this election appears to have disappointed every body, friends and foes, as regards ihe strength of llie vote of the llunkir or ll-irdh !! vvinj. and shows how deep-seated and extended is tin-disaffection in the Democrat-i.- putty towards the A d uti nist rat ion. Previous 1.. sin- election even the Hards theiiiscl yes, we i! ndersi.i nd , did no! calculate upon polling more than i vv o-tliirds id" the strength ot' I he Btirtihurn--.v.'( .. or an liuren win of the Deitioc- racy, and less sammine ani-unr ihem did not ''" the hours prescribed by law, expose to sale, I ers vested in me l.y the constitution andlau s ol '! Pitch their estimates above half; while most of! I'1 out cry, at the front door ol the Cap.tol, ,,, I this State, ,1., issue this, mv writ, requiring vou he l!iri.,!r.,ers weare informed allowed h. ' ,c" ''' ' county, to lie h.phest , ,,, ililia all Puxtioll ,lt ,MM.leotion preoim-ts in your '-.v' . r V r." ih'ms.nT , L ' , ?"'" "i ' " 'rn1"? ! Count v, on the4.h Monday in De'cemU . nef for I .. . r, or lor! v llious.nut otes to Ibe li u .er-. 1 v .. i ' i ; in s:i:d nlv "I J if! son, ami known upon w . . .1 . r - 1 . ,1 ii.o,. 1 ; , .' ii 1 in .1 . . ,i 1 . ' " a Senator in the State Legislature, irom the 011111- is U! designate toe Hard. All these esti-' to.- (ut..ie map Iheiott, a- acre lot number one e , . - . , . , . ,' , , ,. 11 . ties ot Covington. Jones, Wavne and Green, to males, however have vanished into fain air be- ""- " " "ie -"'', live acres, ami beinrr the : f-i, ,,.. ..,.,..-,,7 ,... t,.n.,ft.i,l h.il iM e fee ,. re the idea! results which s I ,r as .seer '"e n;-on Inch ilo- iirirk ('..lion Factory, built by . UIRXr".ri,i U ' ' 1 1 al, 1' ; . .. , . L , . '. I . .. s:d Siiemjler. is s f,..,ed. i;.le will be con- V"' 1'. v,Wlu VOU t" ho,J"ud ' II. lids will considerably ev.-eed that Itat obtt rners or present A d m i nisi ral i. .11 1 ot" the irty. x lean hi; .New ork paper say s that II sacii a res ill had been anticipated the li irobtirni r vote would hardly have been worth rru ritinjr, tor thousands voted the I nter ticket under a cou viciii.n ut' its numerical superiority who other wise Mere disposed to join t!e opposite taction, and probably joi n it in tulure elections. There does net appear to be th ' most dis ant pr. .spent id anv tiiture reeonciiialion with the Soils, or wiih the present Adiniriistration. on the part of the 11 irds, who are deeply embittered at the in jurious treatment of which they complain; al though we have seen too much in our time of the sudden evolutions and mutations of party af finities l. undertake any positive prediction ..bout .i w York politics. The whigs have now the uncontrolled com mand of the St.ite, with the exception of the (iovernor, (who holds over tioni last election.) but the Whiir mijorny in both Mouses of the I. eo isl.it ore w ill be: amply sufficient to overcome his v. ices, should hp think proper to resort to that extreme measure in ordpr to annoy or em -birrass his pnliiic.il opponents. In the Senate, in w liieh no new election will lake place for two years, there will be -3 1 and possibly !?('. Whiifs out of '.ii. The Whijr majority in the lower House is not yet ascertained, but il will be I' ri;e. Of the returns of 90 members received, i. s are whirrs. The whole number of members is 1 . The moral etlect of the result of this election on national politics must he very oreat, and 011 the Administration il cannot but be as rrreat as 11 i:; sudden. What political prophet could have si Pn such a slate of things six months aofo? The ldeiiiilicatii ii of the Cabinet with the Barn burner or I'leesnil patty of w York must work disastrously on the parly in every South i'ii Slate, so soon as the case is fully undi-rstod ilii-'i : for it is hardly possible tor the South to ahaudon such men as Dickinson and his party, who, in the hour of tiial. so nobly and So fear lessly sto,,d ,jp for the riohts ol the Smith, and hj. irded eveiy thina in lite course ihry pursue I. I he result of the election, however, cannot hut he 0 r ilitv niir to the oreat body of Southern. I (inocrrtis as w t ! as bios; for it can be view ed there in no oilier liolit than as the triumph i t ihe Iriends ol the South atjain-l their enemies. Anoiher effect w ill he, il appears to us, to ex it nd the disrtlectioii in the North aoairist the Administration; for il is understood that many ol their supporters, w ho have heretofore adhered to them under a belief that the II nds in New oik were comparatively a haiidfiill of male. in tents and the Barnburners an over w hel 1111 no map'iity of the party, now real i.i itr ihe iruiii, will turn upon the adininistrntion and accuse il.t in of beinrr the 'untoward" result; and it is cot improbable that the Cabinet, on the openin;r i t Congress, will find many members arraved .1111 mir the l)emocr;ttic opposittnu on whom ihey have previously calculated tor support. The present aspect certainly otfers a very strik ing contrast to the state of things w hich existed a lew short mouths ajo, when the party came into power so triumphantly; and the prospect ahead for thi'" Administration must be one of painful anxiety. I hese brief infei'enees are drawn from the I ids, as ihey now slant before us, and are not dictated or colored by any f;ir,y hopes or wish es. . at mini I I nltili, nci r. i'rinn tiir S. i). t 'rrxrrnt. COTTON UKhi:i- Sxii-Kinv MiuiMM., November ".Mi. l-.Vi. I ol ri. The 1 11' t.ni market upon.'. I ..n S;i!iu- ii. .v i.ih a tootled tleioaiul. am) I he t ransai-ri.ois it the .lay did in.! mm h exceed '.. 1)11 .:!!e. On M o 1 1 . 1 .1 v . In iu ii i-r. sev i ra'. havers came forward. u,.l tlioiiLih factors were firm 111 t heir pretension, . In- s.d. s i robi :n-. d -,:!MI bub's. The il. ni.-ind i oii looitiloo Tiu-siJ.ix , ;itnl il uri uj; t hat and ihe nd-l.iHiiin- d.i 1 ,l MM I bales changed hands, the rates bet ier -till tinner, c-peeially for I he h iher grades. 'ii Thurila bosiiiess opened with considerable .0. onai ion. and an add it iniial itnpuNe was iiven ' t hi- deiiiaud b the ml d icat ii m , at luiou. nf tin; 1 aaada's advice-.. The sales of the dav ran up :o I I.Ulltl bales, the rates closing at an aiUance of ut 1 ,c. upon those id' Saturday. Ye-tt-rilav the diin.iiiil was less act i ve. but the sales renclnii ..'"Ol 1.. bales, making the total business f iln'Mcek I t, oiltl bales. We now advance mir j'uitat ions (i.r nearly all 11a I it ies, as below. The 1, , eipts ,,t the week ;ne l!."s 1 bales, and 'Iw total receipts -inco the 1 s nf September have I . . ".'7 -'..'itiii bales, against 1-1. 17 to the same I I X . - , - ,. date last ear. New Orleans Classjficat en. Ish-.iimh ( ofi1., IIiiiiiiMiihiiim: i'hi.ixvhv .. A',' in' K MiiiM.io Fair l I Ii. I I SO Si fit ' .11 I IIK .!);?. in; ll),',r III, 1 1 ' , or ( AEl'ENTEE WORK. 1 .. iitii,.iij,ii i vrnrv. Hl.l. v Itltl (T. hate (his day entered into I co-partnership, anil are prepared to execute j ...I work, either in town or country, in their line of l.iisoie s. Thev promise fidelity anil promptness in ' ItiTdliiii! all t:o tracts they ma v make. ! J.J. HALL. I I ii-l....in, Pec. 2, .' ii :2-3m WM. ISRl'CK. DISSOI.ITIOX. I' li IN K I S 1 1 I P heietol'oie instill'.' be ll V vnoii 1. & ItAr.t v, is tins day tliss.ilvetl I consent. ' he business will be c.u rtetl on ' iu . I'. T. I! v r v. who is fully authorized 11 1: I. t.,t. 0 f..l:e, t 111101 a. 1st. Jack ;on an.! .-ni,. ;i e:nMis .1 it1 and against the X'.-n, i!i..se :iL'iuist 15. V.ilideli as Drn-- It. VANDKI.L, Mis-'., Nov. :;:i, )s.,3. '. T. HAI.FV. Tia;sT sali: VALrAEi.i: ciiv I'Roit.rty. ' X n K ii and by vntw n ,.,.r, ,, ,Pr.d m trust, eyecuted by Joseph Spenler .itel Ins wile, ' ' J iiiuary, S.i2. to tl,, underswi.ed as trustee, . .-et-.n.. Wnt Ad ams in tlie prompt pavtneut ol rii iin s,,:. ,,f money 111 s.ud .b ed peci:ie.t, which ml tlee.l ..l.ly recorded 111 the 10 no... ..If..-.- 1.. the .It V O' I o. is, and St.ite of .M,ssisimii. I wiil.cn ti e -M .M011. 1 . Oli day ol .l.iini'iri nest, will I, o- hours piescrit.e.i by In w , expose to sale , at pulilif ...it.-rv, at the lioiit door of file Capitol, ill ihe c.( ..I .l.u Usoii, in snd .-.it: i, 1 y , to the lushes! bidder, for . isn. the following tii, ,,i,, property, to-vvii, ly.ns ..nd hemj; ,11 Ihe c.lv "I" .l.tekson, and known ii;,..n ihe jin'o,.- maps thereof, as 1. 1.1 s , e I nitrtli. and pan 01 1.01 1 1 u same sipia 1 s.i 1 1 re 7 -.nit !i . in h t it.e ail Lots ,) and li in j be , -..live v ed is is i -'id 1,1 II. I 1 list. I - U. . M 1 M S . Trustee - .it SAI.K. I oil? su. liter i d r re ot' 1 !.e Pi . 1 irl of tuber V OIL' , b l lll , il. IU . 1 1 1 i li.N .i.UIilv , M i.-i ss, p-i, . m a tie a I llii- s. .1, . .i.d ('..in i, reviving and 1.1.,.. .ml I nun in.i.le al the I nlv ; tit'ceilain leal e.tali" ol Cut i.t 01 eider of vi'i, f..r tue s.il to I r.t toi d , de.-e.i sed . 1 will joo.e. .!-! M.111.I iv , llie tilh iav tit' Kebru irv : I. evulsion, ttoliues eoiiiitv . on a . 1 -n.iitl.s from Ho- d.iv ol' sale, al p.il.io ''n lie- loons proscribed bv law t. ..I. let . liie toll. tMii.r deserihed laltd-l I. "tl. .01 1 liel. Is., I ' I I .11 I w e i . e II. l.oil, be ' the h uhest ot said de- t-ased, in Homies couniv, to-vvit : I he 11. w . ; sec. 13, t. 10, r. 2 w : Lots No. I . S. ml I.i, sec. ,r. It;, r. J w ; Lois No. -M', J.., and ... . .-. .ii, I. It., r. i vv ; Lots No. ti, 7, S, i. It). 1 1 , 1. I ), Iii, 17, Is. and sec. lit), t. Ui, r. w . I ! :.is : Pii 1 eh.i-.'i s will be re.) u. I ed to yt v e bonds 'i:t ij'i.ioved s.-.-.iritv for the sums bio. .I.U'DH F. FUL I K, F.'r, &e. ' mber ivi3. r.: ;,t 1 V? AM) Vfll'ICi:.- All person-are k. uf a- .v w trued, fr.no and after tins date, a-j .mist . 1 biij wail a,, pcijou oil iuv accoiiiit, w .llo.ul niv r. tte,. oider. ' STF.vV'ART Ikll.WO. Jtksou, Occeuiber 2, 1S53. o2-2t TRUST SAfR OF VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY. UNDER ami by virtue of a certain deed 111 trust, executed by Joseph Spenifier and Ins wife, dated the 13th March, lSoi, to the undersigned ik trustee. t secure Wirt Adams ill tlir prompt pay ment nl critain sum of money in said deeds speci tied, bold of which said deeds aie duly recorded in the. proper otiice in li intls countv. Mississippi, I will hi thi' Second Monday, the Hth day ot'.laiuiarv next. d 111 rue trusri'e. -.i3 oO ot L. V. DIXON. Trustee. ALU Alt IA: VI. A NT A Tl () AMI A CCJ J.M A TE I ) N EGli ) ES SIXTY I tUt S t I.I'.. Wdl he sold, o Monday. Ihe tilh day ot" I'elir on the premises, on ruary. Is..i4, t '.lioil 1 acres ot v.dii ihle laii,!, 111 the county of Holmes, and , State of Mississippi, ! vin;r four and .1 half miles south I of the town off chula, -"l)ll aires of which areclear ' ed mho 111 cultivation, ith a Dwelling House, Nej-ro j Qaarters, G.11 House. Karn, Stables, &c, t.'.ereon, bein;; the upper portion of the tract known as the I "Garacwoiiit Plantation." Also. Sivtv likely and acclimated Negroes, thirty-five of whoni are workiri" liaiuls. Also. llie Aluies, Horses, Cattle. H "s ! I W.iL'iuis, ami Farmiuir linplemenls, about four thou- Ssi.d bushels of Corn, and a quantity of Fodder, on said place. This is a highly productive and imp.-i.ved place, a healthy location, and within four and a half miles of navig.ition by the Vazuo river. The Negroes will he sold in families. Terms of sale, a credit of twelve months, with approved Xi-.v Orleans acceptances, and a lieu re lamed on the property. For further particulars apply to Mr. II. C. Arums, on the place, or to Mr. V. or I. W. Aua.ms, Jack sun, Mississippi. December 2, "ij t.ls STATE OT SOI TII CA1JOI.1NA. L nc Asrioic DisTitu r. KiPaue. ) J'etition for sale of Minor Clinton, Fxec't ( House and Lot, Land of Abrain Perry, de- f'aud Xejrmes ; estate of ceased. J A. Per. v, dee'd. ! T is ordered, that the children of the brothers and sisters of Ahmm Perry, dec'tl. I.i of Lancaster l. strict. S. 1 ., i,;,t were l.ving at the death of M.ir garet I'erv, widow 1.1 the late Ahiam Porrv. t w Inch was June 30th, Is.'il.i doelald.sh their ng.'ils fieore the CoiiiiiK-sioiier 111 Ctnitv, lor Lancaster District, . v .. on ur lu-loie 1 he I si dav id isii 1 1 tie. t ihe t'oinmisooiier do report thereon at the i.ent ' ""' of K'pnl l.ir.iid Disiaictwlu, h , he June .'ith, ISf.-t.) The above older was made in above case, by the Court, at June Term, lSo3, and the persons to vvhom the s.iuie refers and applies, are notified to comply with the requisitions therein st forth, a failure to make known and establish the relationship afcri..aid , will cause the estate of the Testator, (Aluam Perry,) to l.e distributed between those who do establish .such relation-hip .nut operate as .. bar . thi se who u." inn. JAMF.S H. W IT II KRsPGt iV, Cuiiiuiissioni-r 111 Fajiiitv, li -c 2, "i;t. ,-fJ 3.11 Laiicnsiei Dist.', S C. ! J ccoi hauf! i:ulisi Itoaiiliiio School ! I'oi: Yoi Ni; LA IM KS, j 011. iii. led by M" I.I. F. 1 1 F. MAIl.LV, .Protestant,, Niiccessor to Miss Post let h w a 1 te, AT O AlvT.KV, NF.AIt N'ATl'lll'.Z, Miss. A I 'l-hK DK M A ILLY begs to in hum her friends A1 and i.'ie pufihe L'-ner.,i ! v , that ihe Winter Ses ! sum of ihe liAKLKV SCIIUOL wdl connnenee on j .Monday, Nov. 21, Is."i3. She trusts, with the assis tances of able Professors, and the advantages her pupils will derive from her constant personal care, to secure Ihe Co n 1 1 It ua are of that pntmnrige . f Pa ri ills and Guardians, so freely best, wed '"upon the si-hool in t'.iiiner vears. la this Institution, the French Langii ige will re eeive great at tent n. 11 , n ml will be acquired not only ; theoretically, hut practically. The course of in-strm-liiiu will embrace the F.nglish and French Lan ! "-' Scripture History and Precepts, Writing, ; Arithmetic, Algebra, Geoinelry, Geography, the . General Principles ot Astronomy, History, biogra phy, Ithetonc, Composition, Study of Svnonvins, Kug!i-h and French Litera lure, the A neierit Classics, : (from the best translations in bold languages.! N.ltu i ral and Moral Philosophy, Itotanv. the Structure of 1 Versification, Plain and Ornamental Noe.llew.uk. j The utmost ihor. Highness will be sought in every j ,)pP rtment, and a steady supervision exercised over every Class and Lesson, to insure the progress and i adv inceiilenl ot each Scholar. Kvery aitentiini, also, ill he paid to Health and Comfort. The Hoard will he abundant, wholesome and iiutricious pupils and precepiresse- sliarn.g the same tare. ai rrsi r. liev. Joneph H. Ntratton. Miss I). Postielliwaite, .Mr-. Dr. koi, Dr. Stephen Duncan, Dr. Metcali'e, Thos. Henderson, Fsq., Natchez, Ml.; Gen.F.dward Sparrow, Vidalia.La ; Mrs. Patten, Providence, Carroll Parish. La.: K. K. linller, Ksq . . Terre Bonne. La.; David Ker, Ksq., St. M.iry's, La.; Hyacinthn Ptiegnct, Ksq., New York; Judge It. N. Ogiien, New Orleans. Any further information that may be desired, astu terms or other particulars, van be had by addressing the Principal, or by personal applicatioii'and inspec tion on the premise . Nov. 20, 'S3 ol -It. DO M IM H fleet in rs oi lit (d)l)l)s and sin rliii'-s, all w id( lis and una lilies: 1 ickin's'. checks, plain and plaitl linsevs; llleached and brown talde linens; Huckaback and Scotch diapers; Napkins, t..v els, t;rash antf collon diapers; Kino lied and neijio blankets, ami kerseys; Heavy hoots and russetts ; at Nov. -.V. o:i. A. VTRPF.VS Si Co. SI X DRIES. J .ck"ii't, Swiss, tbre ui t'ttum.s ;mt itisortins ; Kt-ni'tci it . vi-lvft r I)(miiis, Itnitn.'t ;uul s;isl) iUi.; Iil jio.; silk, wott-lleii, cotton hosiery; Children's t;i nry hosirrv and shops ; Hoys ami rhililrr n suils, attached jikI liftachetl ; Lailifs Mark lasting shoes, with hels ; Ladies kid and morocco bootees, but-kins, and tio; At A. V I HDKN'S Co. Jackson, Now-inher 2.", 1.")IL I XOTJCE. 1 pursuance of an order made bv the Probate Court of Hinds county, at its June Term, I)v3, I the nnilersiijiie.l , Guardian fur Julia and Robert I Shuilus, will proceed, between the hours of twelve j .. "clock, i., ami live o'clock, p. M . , on Monday, the j '2-1 .lay of January, 1Sj4, on tbe premises iu said i ( .unity, to otler lor sale, at public auction, to the j lntihe-t bolder, on a credit of twelve iiiunlhs from i the day of -ale, ;he purchaser pivina bond with ap- proved security, the following Lands, 10 wit: the i S 1 V S V ; set-lion 3, the S K i section 4, the j I". ; S V , scii.oi 4, and so much otf of the s.iiitheru end of S 4 W 1 v 1 f s;l;d section 4 as wiil make j tin- whole ijuiniity three hundred aces; all beinp 1 oi township tj, of range 1 east, the snne belonging I to the heirs of Hubert Shurl.ls, deceased, and to be ! soltl as beinj; incapable of division, j Hinds t ouiiiy. Miss., II K. t. V S 1 1 1 Ii LPS . Nov. 2..," r3.-.l-4t (iu irdian, inc. A. VIRDLN t Co, w Hol.IIS.VI.K AMI 11F.T.VII. IIIIAI.I-IIS IV AI'I.IC M I AM IM-(V t;tH)I)s. S' C l 11 T 11 1 n ci, Itools anil Shoes. Ha s and Cans. Ilaitlwure and (iro. cries. Fine Brandies and Whis key ,('h inifiiijiii' and Cordials, li liters and Schnapps, flour a ti. I llaco n . lacks-on, Xoveuibcr -o, lS.r)3 lDII A l,K. A v.-.luarile plantatitm.ftdtr 1 and a half miles west ,,f Jackson, containing Slid acres, tfitl ;u ros cleared and under fence, with cabins for Jo hands, (iin. Mill, &c. Also, a good stock t.f Cattle, Ho-s and F.irminrr utensils, with Household and Kitchen Furniture, and a few likely neirroes. L. C. II A Kit IS. iNov. 1", -.".3. ..it -i;t. jtr- Mississippian will please c .py. I i -'l iv i-,s r.ii t-.ti A Iresli supply ot Uuns anil I I5IIHS, i-nn, o.iys, rovv.ler M .slK. HHil t ul WaiMint'. at A. VIRUk.VS Ss l u. .lai-ksoii. Noveitil is j )oltk, ItACON. I'litll It, I.AKI), sVc A .'"il casks clear and ribb-d Sides; 111,1 barrels 'loss r,,ik and Beef; 1011 barrels Harrison and ol In r Fb-ur. just received bv N"v. II. 'j. p. n.7.nKm HOOKS. BOOKS, AT M0ULVS'. O u 1 " ""tensive, and rich .-.ssorlnir iir of Books, s.-le.-te.l lrou tile ereat semi-annual tratle s lies ot' New York. 311. 1 I lis- n,..a (.r..i..,,t ptili! isiniitr ,hh i'liportinu houses of the lTnitel States, are now lienisr received ,.i I..roe -...i ,.! - " " . v '"' e llinnutloii. N. B. All parcels nilret,ased. or ordered . , iniin.it. on, atMoreys', will be delivered wtib prompt- ett- nrss in me city, iree of cttttre Jickson, Nov. 25, 1S53. Dec. J. I HENRY S.-FOOTE, j Governor of the Sta'e of Miss. ' To the Sheriffs of Corinqton, Jon, Wayne and i Green counties, and ail other vrhom it may con cern Gri:eti.n;: Whereas, by the resignation of the Hon. Joseph i McAfee, a vacauev has occurred in the office of Senator, from the Senatorial District composed of I the counties above nan nil : Now, therfkorf, I , I len r v S . Foot o. Governor ot the State of Mississippi, bv virti'eof thepnv returns thereof to the Secretary of State. (Jiveu under niv hand, and attested by the 1.. s.j Orear Seal of the State this tin; :21th day November, A . I)., 1 t-5'f. By the (loveiiior: II. S. FOOT K. Jamks A. Hoiivk, Secii-taiy of Slate. November 15, 1S."3 .il-:it. " THi: STATE OF .MISSISSll'IT. j Tit lltr Prohafc Court of Hinds totttif, j Xortiiibir I nut lSf:. To Vii tiinia I,, mill II in : A. Kent, minor hrirs oj j Richard A. Kent, and non-resident. : 7"()l" are lieri'by cited to he aiJ apju-ar le- j 1 fore the Probate Court of H inds couniv, attlie j Probate Clerk's office thereat, on the first Monday of 1 February next, on the 3d day of the term, then and there to answer the petition of Jacob F. Fume, your Guardian, and show cause, if any yu can, why the said Guardian should not at that lime have his final account wilii you as such Guardian allowed and have I a decree mndc thereupon accordinglyi Witness, Hon. A. L. Dabney Judye of said i l. s. Court and the seal of said Court, thin 21st j November, So3. G. ii. DOWNING, November ia, lsf)3. .51-COd. Clerk. NOTICE. I'MIE stili.sciilK r lifts in Iiis jaissi'ssii. I away 11 ey rn man , about 20 yea rs old, vi ssiun a rim - crv black, jaree elieek tomes, ahoutsix teel tiiyh, xvidf propor- lioi.ed, savs he belongs to Col. Carrmtoii. a trailer ; ot Kemper counl . lie left Ins master at Greenwood ' rather than eo to New Orleans and be sold. The owner cun ionic forward, prove property, pay j ch;irrres ai.il take tiiniawny. I can be found eilher I at my lesulencc in (irenaihi, or niv firm six miles west ol Grenada. ABSALOM HEW. I i.ii of the Union, (Jackson,) and Holly Springs j Tones w ilt insert 3 nines .-.nd send toll to this ntlice. Nov. 2., 53 ol St. Grenada Republican. i S.VliK. I oflor my plant aii .11 fur j I ' .-.,!... .. i.., Pn.a ; 1., 11 ..,.!.. 1-,.... Jackson, mi the Itr.in.b.n road, "it contains 3S.fi acres. I'2." thereof in a high state of cultivation, the balance is finely timbered. There is a ood dwelling house on ihe place, a large barn, cabins and other convenient buildings; also, a jood garden and a fine orchard. If desired, I will sell a large stock of cat lie and hops. I also offer niv house and lot, in the western part ot' JacksTon , for sale; th re are 1 3 acres in the lot, a .rood two story brick dwelling house, fine larpe cis tern and suitable out buildings, good garden and or chard. T. F; COLLINS. august 1S53. .41-tf. rpilE STATE INSTITUTION FOR THE J INSI Kl CTIOX OF THE BLIND will open on Monday next, the 21st inst., under the superintendence of Mr. J. T. Astell as Teacher, and Mrs. .lane Stanley as Matron, w hen we will he glad 1 1 see those who are entitled to the ben efit in attendance. H. YAXDELL, President of ihe Hoard of Trustees. November If. 153 ii) Li. (.. HAXKS'IOX, (i:xr:iiA l xk wspa pkr. Y K li 1 O I) I C A L A G E X T, .1 ACk-OX, VI SSI ss 1 -pi. 13 I'll I. IS II l'.RS v ho have acc. units to collect, ami unsettled business in Mississippi, can have it prompt y attended to, by insertine; my name as a'ent for Mississippi, :in.l for wnrd i iij; their liills to my address. HKFKRKM KS: Mississippi;!!! am! r-tate iazette, Jackson. Miss. Flajf of the Fnioii, " " Hinds County Gazette, ltaymou.l, " Nnvt'iiilit-r lf', lf-03. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP, JAChMIN. MISSISSIPPI,. -TIM', sulis. l ilief is preiare.l to execute orders for any description of CASTINGS usually manufacture. 1 in a Southern Foundry, together w ith the irroatost variety of G1X ( J F K RING. Saw ami Grist .Mii.i. w.utK done in the best manner. I'oiines ami all kinds of Machinery ' rejiairt.l at the shortest notice. I'A'I"I'EH matle to oitler f..r any .lescriji tioit of castinr. Fers.ins livinjr in llu .ouiiti-y, tlesirinif information, will please address the suli : sciiliei. II. C. SIDFS. i NllVfllllKT 1", l.s.'l.'l. 1 Tl'ST ItlXF-IVED-Over 31MHI rolls of Wall 1 " Paper, which we offer at small advance. Window Sash and Glass, of all sizes just tohaiul. Fine Pale Cherry Wine; the liest lirandies; Stomack Bitters; Holland (Jin, ke.; All for medicinal tun poses; now in store, and For sale, by J. S. SIZKR. Jackson, November IS, If 511. 1 MEDICAL CA11D. ' T 11. (!. W. TIH'M, offers his prnfcsfiuiial F services to the citizens of Jackson ami its j ' vieinitv. His office is situated on the premises of ; the late Rev. A. Cleaver. Nov. If, VI 50-tf 1 a s. KXAPP, D E X TA L $ UR (I E O X, JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI. Dlt. KX U'P, havinif availed himself of the i late, important improvements in Dkntai. j ! Si iKNcK, and beinir provided with an entire new 1 j set of improved instruments, he will he enabled j j to operate with less pain to his patients, while ; i his work shall he of superior lieautv and dura- 1 ; bilitv. Particular attention paid to the t reatment 1 of irregularities iu children's teeth. Artificial Tkkth inserted, (from one to an en tire set.) with or without the continuous gum, as may he desired. Stj Office ami residence on State street, near the I Ea"Ic Hotel, in the house formerly owned by Dr. ; Copes. November 18. K:, iVicii a m i wixsLow, Next I.ior to Siz'-r's Drii'r More, ST ATI: STREET, JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI, VVnOLKSAI.E AND RETAIL DKAJ.ER IN QTAPI.IJ AM) I'AXCV DKY (iOODS.i i IO Cloth insr. Hats and Caps, Boots and Shrves, j Baling and Roiie, Groceries, Wines and Liquors, . IlarTlware ami Cutlery. Castings, Iron and Nails, j i Glass anil Uueensware, &c. i Constant supplies of Western Produce, Fresh j ; Family Flour, iVc. . Liberal advances made on Cotton shipped t.i '; New Orleans. I Novemlwr is", lfo.'l. i C1UNS AND PISTOLS, &c. Double ami j T single Viarrel (inns. Coir's R.-ireaters, Bowie ' I ami Huiitinr Knives, Shot Bolts, Powder Flasks, I Gun Locks. Liquor b lasks, &c, tor sale hv Nov. It, '.VI. H. & P. HlLZHF.lVI. i LA 1)1 .!' 1)1. IS C;i)()I)S. JUST REC'D Plaid, plain black rept ; col'd silks and satins; Scotch plaids; Cashmere and D'Lainesj French, Scotch and F.nglish Ginghams; F.nnlish ami French Calicoes; Jackonet and Cambric "Mtisbn? ; Nov. 2f, 3. At A. VIRDKN'S Co. T Till) JACKSON WK.sJ.IAN FKMALK I V-iTITI.TI-.- SnnprintPni.Pil hv Mrs. Mary ! Ki-ETcri er, is opened for the reception of Pupils i jn this Institution will be taught ail the Branches of Literature usually pursued in the most popular Institutions ot our country, emtirncina the elementa ry anil common Knglish Branches, Natural and Kxact : Sciences, lielles Lettres, French, Spanish, Italian, j and Latin Languages; Drawing and Painting, F.m broidery, Wax and Worsted Work, Music on the Piano and Guitar. Tuition the same as charged in schools of similar character in the South. The present session will close on the loih day of February next. Mrs. Fletcher's qualifications for teaching have not been surpassed if equalled by any lady iu the , United States, if unsolicited testimonials from many of the most eminent Prolessors in the United Mates, : i t. - .ll n.uv he r . . I . I nn recneetincT her .sin, r . " .... - - r - - st. .,1.1, tn thArf adv:intaTe3. ttnrtv vears exneri- : ence in the scliool room, wnicn eminently uuaiines ! her for faining the Youthful mind. By order ol the Hoard ot Visitor, j Jack-on, Nov. 25, 1353. 31-3m AVERY'S GOODS. j HAVING just returned from ?rew York, I ain now prepared to exhibit io my numerous friends :i large anil choice slock of Hich litr'd j laid and brocade silks: chameleons, all colors; ;;lass do.; " re is anil aiiiiures, crcpinctls, nat iotiale-: ld"k wa eretl, jdain blacks: chalies and poplins: emb'it silk 10l.es; eiiibM iltlaine robes; ended ne 1 -inns; " French and Hnglish mei iiios. all colors; " ' " " delaines, " neck, hat, and sash ribboiis; " velvet cloaks, mailt ii las and talmas, varying- iu price from 10 to $10;i; " einl.'il crac shawls, from jiPi all to lf: embroidery ; real honii.01 lace collars; ' mates and valericienne ' - honir.iii aiul valencieune rlniiii. I'ttrs aiul sleeves; " einbM linen ciimhric hdkfs; ' hem-stiche.l ' trim'il with honiton lace: 'Freiu h work muslin collars siul sleeves; " " cheiuiy.ettes; transfer work: Swiss and jackonet bauils anil tloiinces; emh'd infant's dresses, Ac; Plain and plaid linseys, ami cloak linir.r: IUk and faiicv cassimers, (Uiot lattcrns;) (Ireen and black cloth, for ladies' cloaks. IO" Particular attention called to my larjre stock of .Men and 15iys' Clothing, India Rubber Hoots and Shoes, &e." i. M. AVF.RY. Jackson, November is, -53. CAIlIi'l'INC;.S. wfcf. linram, '.i ply, lirus sels, and V elvet Tapcsti y Carpet in .;.; Tufn d and Chinese liups. 4, .r. and fi-1 Mravv Mattni", at Avery's Carpet Ware Room. Jack Hon, Nov. lr. I -'53. I71,OOK Oil, C LOTH, 4, 5, b S, and 12-1 4 wide, at K. M- AVKRY S. Jaoksoti, November IS, l.i.'L STOCK OF MF,l)l(iM. lve stuffs, oils, aints, select powders, and all articles usually kept bv Druttrists is now complete. ' AI.SU A larife stock of select slatioiierv, school books, Diaries l-."4, JCe., Jtc; in store, aiid at low prices, Nov. 1H, '53. liy J.S. MZF.K. r "1 K LATIN US of all kinds, f, .r sale Vv J. S. SiZKR. WILLOW ANH & WOODEN W A KM : At SMITH'S House Furnishing Warehouse. N. piiosfii.Ni:, BUR XIX a FLUID, And GAS LAMPS, Heauliful new styles. DOYTTS Cfhbratal Patent C AMP HEX E LAMPS, t SMITH'S House Furiiishinir Warehouse. C U T l 1: U Y AM) URITAXMA WAliE, I lire, t importations from Sheffield til SMITH'S i' 1 1 r n i-sli i 1 1 y Wart house. AND Ki l l II E V Furiiiturt' oe ALL KIM S At Smith's House Furnishing Warehouse. C1IIAFF1N1J DISI1KS, DISH C'OVK.l.S. I COFFKK ami TKA I -UN'S, FI LI FRS, and everv other variety of Planished Ware a' SMITH'S House Furnishing Warehouse. 100KIM! STOVKS. s j Thefavorite.Miss. Leslit and other etiotl patterns at rl n.Vl I I tl . OT TOVESantlC.IIATKS on hand ami eomino; at SMITH'S House F'urn'hiiii' Warehous ItATllINCJ TUBS ami all kinds of li.i; It i 11 : iapparatus at SAIITII'.S use f nr. w arciuitiso. XV. 11. FARItl'.M.'S Celebrated Original. KSTAIILISHRD, IS 1 I . The e 11 nine can iihruys he knoicii hif the mime. ''Dr. II. H. Farreit'$riiljiiit Liniment." All other . Liniments hy this inline, are counterfeits. The Arabian Liniment Is used upon the Human System, with unbounded success, in Rheumatism, flout and Palsy. The Arabian Liniment will cure Pain and Weakness 111 the Hack. The Arab an Liniment will cure spinal diseases, swellings, vpruius, and bruises. The Arabian Liniment will cure sore feet, sore hands, coins, and warts. The Arabian l.inimei t will cure mumps, frosted parts, and swelled ueck. The Arabian Liniment will cure sore throat, sore eyes, and headache. The Arabian Liniiiu n! will cure buri and scalds, wounds and fresh cuts. The Arabian Liniment will cure snake bites, nd many cutaneous di&eases. The Arabian Liniment will cure contracted cords, stiff joints and neck. The Arabian Liniment will cure neuralgia, tonih-ache, amj ear-ache. The Arabian Liniment will cure pain in the head, breast and side. 'the Arabian Liniment will cure sore lips, biles, tumors and wens. The Aiahiau Liniment will cure swelled and painful breasts of females. The Arabian Liniment will cure or relieve nearly all nervous or intlama torv diseases. The Ar.hian Liniment is adapted to all constitutions. Tiie Arabian Liniment is a. blessing to the afflicted. The Arabian Liniment will render perfect satisfaction in all cases. Kor Horses and Cattle, the Arabian I. in nient nil! cure sprains, bruises, windfalls, and swellings. The Arabian Liniment will cure galds, cuts, wounds, and scratches, The Arabian. Liniment will cure sweeney, founder, and poll evii. The Arabian Liniment will cure, colic, bolls, ami all intl.imalions. The Arabian Liniment should be in the store of every dealer. Grand Depot, 67 Lake Street, Chicago. The true anil Genuine Aratiian Liniment 13 sold by Jas. S. Sizer, 3 vckson; P. II. McGraw, Natchez; .1. Wrignt s. co., ;n. linearis; u.,i. woouinan ac Co., Vicksburjr; Parker 8c I hornton. and Belt & Wilkin son, Brandon; and by Merchants and Druggists gen erallv throughout the I'nited Mates and Canada. A large discount made to dealers, prices uniform, and terms liberal. Orders addressed to W B. r,i. rell. Chicago, Illinois, promptly answc.eu 19 ly November IS, 1S53. J VJ .uv. IS, 'o.-l. mi ii im xmi i Jy ftac itj..".iMiMiei jj-i ' 1 sj - ir-wnfsJMz-jr ti' PUOCLAIMATIOX. $200 REWARD. TTTIIFREAS.one WILLI A. TIC.NER stands V chariTed wiih h.avinu inuideied his Father iu raimla counl v. Miss., in the summer of 1 "52, w hich murder was c 011111 itti 1! 11 1. der circumstances ..f tei'tiliar atrocity ; and, w het cas, said W illiani 'i'tU'tier did. nil th.'niohi .if ihe SM October lilt., break from ihe .lai! of said couniv, and is n..v al III.-,.; Now, TH;:iii;niu;, 1, Henry f1. Foote, Coveriior of the Stat, of Mi-sissijii'i, do oiler a reward of two hundred dollars, for the arre.-t and delivery of .said William Tinner to the Sheriff of Panola c.iuntv ; and I moreover re.piiie all olfi.ers of this State to be diiigeiit in their cff.ii Is to arrest the f.ieiiive. In leiliiiioiiif irUeriot. I have liereltnto set niv baud, and a Mixed the Great Seal ol Tl.. s.l the Suite, a! the ciiv of Jacks,. n, this the I tit li dav of Nov.. I -5.I, and of Ihe sov ereignty of I he Slate the thirt v-sii h. l'.v the (iove'rnor: II. S." FOU I F.. Jvii:s A. IIiiknk, Secretary of Slate. I iksi nn-riov. Said Tioner is about twenty-1 seven vears of ajre. about s ix feet in heihl, ha fair skin, liirht cnhuetl hair of a sandy cast, he ; will wtiohal o'll lit) or IMI pounds, is very talk alive, somow hat dissipated, and has a roiioli mode ..f address. -Nov. 1, l.-.Vi .".H-.'it. PROCLAMATION. 200 lU'.WARI). WHEREAS e Sl'KA KM A N 11 F I )St IN stands chartred with havintr muidered T. W. Koss iu lie Solo county , I iss., 011 the 7lh day of ( fclobor 11 it ., which murder was committed under circiiiuslan ces of irreat atrocity; and. whereas said Hudson has tied from justice and is now at lui'm1; Now, Tiikkkpohk, I, Henry S. Foot.-, (inventor of the State of .Mississijijii, do offer a reward of two hundred dollars, fur the arrest ami delivery of said Spearman Hudson to the Sheriff of De Sotn county ; and 1 moreover require all officers of this State to be diligent in their efforts to arrest the fugitive. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, and aflixed the (treat Seal 1.. s. of the Stale, tit toe city of .lai ksoii, this the llilh day of November, l-.VI. ami of the sovereignty of the State the rdith. liy the (ioveruor: " 11. S. FOOTE. J.vmk.s A. HiiHnk. Secretary of Slate. DESCRIPTION. Said Hudson is from eighteen to nineteen years of at;e, very slender built, five feet ten or eleven inches hiirh and thin visaed ; he has dark hair mid eves, rather dark skin and is mirthful ami talkative. Nov. IK, Is.',.-! 50-.it men Ol KT LIIHOUS AM) AI'PKAI.S. I HLIC NO'l'ICE. Pursuant to nn order di- 1 J re, ctet! tome, by the Honorable C P. Smith iintl the Honorable William Yorircr, notice is here- : bv given, that a special term ..f the HiltIi ( Hurt of i Errors and Appeals will be held, a! the Court I Kiitiin. in the city of Jackson, .ot the second M..n i day of December next, when the thicket of the ! First District will lie taken up and called for one week. The docket of the Third District will be . taken 11) anil called, as is now provided by law, on the succeeding Monday. C H. CLIFTON, ! Jackson, Nov. II, !";:. ' Clerk of said Court. Mil I IV I,' l " 1' -J-T-i.. e... 1 I - ,.-s urn- in . 1. &-1 - -t . ij'.i..e .10- Illinois iiiut sne nas Sy4p- just returned from New York, w here irfje. v A she has made selection of nn eh-irant i". .s,r 1 1 . -1 , 'Ah assortment of e;oods, suitable for the season, amoiijr u uicn are, fulk Uress tioo.ls. Aleli noes ami Delaines, all knitlsof K111- firoidereil Ti immintrs, Finliroitlered Cloaks and Talmas, to Hbich she inv ites attention. She will as usual attend to the Dress Making and Bonnet department of business, ami she flat ters herself that she is well prepared to suit the taste and reip.ir. i.uents ..f her customers ami the online treneraiiv. tier store is now one iloor In low her former residence Paint establishment. ami next to Mansion's Jackson, November 11, If. VI. XKW TAINT AND I'Al'KIt HANGINGS! STORK. 1 ."I IHIOKS ABOVK TI1K KI.A.i llll'li't, STATU ST. j IMIK Subscriber has 011 liaml and will be i I. constantly receiving a iioo.1 stock of articles ! in iiis line of business, haviiiu- selected them iu person, he can recommend them as the very best ' that Ihe country can afford. His assortment con j sists in part of the following articles : j Paints of every kind, dry ami iu oil; Wall ami I Border Paper, some tieautiful patterns; Varnish, several tjualitiis; Liutlseetl Oil; French Zinc, j w hite; ( iilt Moiildiiifrs for Picture Frames; Glue, several qualities; .lapaiuieil Tins forSiirns; Sand j Paper, several qualities; Spanish Whitinir, and Spirits Turpentine. He asks. .f the public a share ' of jiatronaire, ami will warrant any article. j C. Hi MANSHIP. 1 Nov. II, If. VI. l!Mf. j NOTICE. I Wit, I, sell at the Slate House, iu Jackson, on the l-Jth .lay of Dect'tnber next, the east half! north west quarter section thirteen, township ; ;Iit, rantre two east, assets 111 lian kruptcy ol 1I.11 S. Go.x'h. heii'tofore overlooked. V. V. S. Hl'NT, Assignee ; Bankruptcy, her 11, lf.Vh I!) 5t Niiveinbi J. G. & J. Ii. .i()IKV, .1 a r k s o 11 and Canton, 11 i s s I s s j ji p j , VVIUU.KSAl.K AMI KKTAIL JIKAl.ttHS IN lilnnlf. School find Miscellaneous Iliiiiks ; 1'luin and Fain Stationery .- Cilnlies, Paintings, J'Jnfracitit;s, Paper Hangi ngu ; Jlluiic it nd Musical Instrume-ns,- Watches, Clocks, Gold Pens, Jewelri ; Si leer and Plated Warr ; Pistols, Cutler if, Contpassis ; Ptrfinmry, Toilet and Pncktt lltiitisites. Toys, t 'tines, Paney and Misscellanemix .Irticlcx; It'ili. Hall )- Soil's Sunns J' Clark's, and Chickering's I'iaiui Fortes, ALSO Repairing, r, by the and best Jewelry MendiiiLT ami Fn-ravinrr workmen procurable. .lacks-on and Canton, Nov. II, IKiM. jVlV.eo IC AND iMCSICAl, W A It Li. We IV J- keep constantly on haml md a large supply of idelphia, New S't.rk, Louisville, Cincinnati, Ph ami Boston Music, and receive nionthly jiackaes of new Music. Our assortment of Musical Ware ami Iustruments wiil always be comr-lete. cm- .1 sistinir of: Will. Hall &. Soil's. N'.inns Plnrl-'s amt (. Iiickei insr , rianos; (mitar .-vccorileoiis. Flutinas, Flageolets, Violins, Fifes, Flutes, French Horns, ( larioiiets, Hanjos, I ambot ines. Triangles, Music Boxes, Jews-harps, Tuning Forks and I Hammers, Capo D'Astrns, Clarionet Reeds; Gui j tar, Violin, Banjo, ami Violincello Strings; fltiitar 1 Heads, Pegs, &e.; Violin Bows, Britlyes, Pes, i 'Fail Pieces, Bow Hair, Rosin, Piano Stools, Music j Books ami Stands, Paper and Pens ; Folios, I Mute's Hunting Horns: ami, in fine, everything j in the Music line. Merchants ami schools snp ; plied on the most liberal terms. J. (i. &. J. B. MORF-Y. 1 Jackson and Canton, .Mis-., Nov. II, 1 3r. PUHI.IC SAliC I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash in haml, on Thursday', the I 15th day of December next, at Smith's old 'place, j eiijht miles north of Jackson, the following de j scribed property, viz: All of my household and kitchen furniture, two likely acclimated negroes, fa man ami a woman, ami both young,) all of my i stock and fattening liw.-s, cattle, corn, fodder, , oats, horses, wa-ron, and all of inv farmintr im plements of every description. Nov. 18, '53. Biuttov Williams. LAND 1'Oit SAI.K, XKAIl JACKSON'. r P H E shViscHIht offers for sale, i n jv parcels of land, containing nhmiteP- 250 acres, and know n as Lots Nos 4 anil ' ", sect'o.i 2rs, and the ea-t lialf r.f Ihe northeast .piailcr, section til), township 5, range 1, east, situat. d about two and a half miles south of Jackson, the property of Win. ('unison, dee'd The above laiul will be sold on a credit of 12 months. Titles perfect. Bond and security will be required of the purchaser. ALLF.N P. COALSON. Nov. H, "53. .SO.'lt Administrator. WANTED. T)Y mi active energetic young man. win has Dry LJ eiirht years' experience in the Retail (nods business, a situation in the Dry Goods - depart nirnt of some Southern city or con nirv stire. Has had some experience in Book-keeping;. The ( tnti-t undoubted reference given anil required, Please address immediately, L.O.LEWIS, 367, South 2nd St , Philadelphia. j ;,Tov. IS, '53 50-3t. ! KXKCI THLV SALE. BV virtue of an order of the Probate Court of Hinds county, the undersigned. Executrix on the estate f Charles Rietli, deceased, w ill sell on tl... t,;-..ii. is..s iii Jackson, on Monday, t lie .'tth day of jlecember next, all the furniture. Honors and fixtures beioiiuinir to the cstabli-hiuent known as t ll.u Mechanic.-. Hall. Sale to cointnei.ce at 11, o'clock, A. M. MARY JAXE HIETTI. November 4, 1 -51 l--."'t Ailin'rx. j H.AK DtV.tK I'. Our stock is complete. Call ! and see. II A I'. II il.ltK'M. Jackson. November II. L-;".'l. j C I lt()( i:i I IIS. Ci fft e.Sujrar.Tea. Mola-ses, I -e., a c.midete assort metit , for sale by Nov. 1 1, VI H. P. Hn iik:m. 1 I,.t K IM S. Iilil pa :r Hlankets. a ottc.l. JLF ol all oiialitie-. In isti to 1. a pair. Nov. II. ."::. II. .x P. ill! in ni. moiji: tc ;all .;iiki., 1? icIiTt ImcuI iiinl ( :o;itcs St., IMiiln. I(N I'dl'VDI'.lls timl Maiinl'actt"-. I- ,.f Wnuifsli! and Cti.-t Iri-n Uailnus iiinl ai; kind of ( Iriiaioeiital and Architectural lr.01 AN'oil;-. Iron Kailiiros for public and j.rivate Ciountls, Yerraiolahs, Sefi.e-, ( hairs, Tables. c. Particular attention paid to the enclosure of Hnrial Lots. More .V ( iallaln : 's Hook of 1 rio i mil !),; .,, ami Li-t of Prices sent to per-oiis wishing to make a selecl ion. Novemb.-r 1 1, ls.Yb !!.. 'llil Ii:i,Ti.N(i ! Kltin; atiy idlh, frotii'3 to 1"J 1 (iins id Milis HICH, -I piv reiuil'4 01 i lie vciv 'ii .nil. 1.- , 1 . . 1 ii i.r. . .1 I ,.i .....:,.i.. . Also, 1 '..pper Rivets, Hands. c, can be had low at In. iv 1 WHlTINd A- KAI'sLEI!. EKES 1 1 TEAS! i' l:es 1 1 teas:: T l'ST njirtit'il, a fine stock of Ires Teas consist in of t he best lilac d fresh ami choice k and (ireen. to which thev call the attention of tln.-e who w i-h a . article. WII1T1NC A K A I ' S 1 .1. 1." . November 4, Is.'i.'t. SOTICK. jYL'.Mo ISS HALE'S School will it -open oil the firs outlay in Nov. mber. November 1. I f .1.'! tf ZIOX SK.MIXAI-Y WILL be iqieiied on the ! h of Nov ember ami close Ihe session with August l-."i4. Rev. JAMF.S ADAMS, A. M.. I .... . nU " WM. D. MOtlii!', A. M-. "inetpals. .Ir. J. L. A HAMS, Asi-i-'.nnt. The Rev. Messrs. Adams and Moore are nat ives of the South educated in the best insi it ill ion-; of the North enilemen of famiiit s and of establi-h-etl reputation us Teacher.-, and Ministers, and re turn 10 us with the strongest commendations of Dr's Carnahuii and Mclean, of t he Faculty of New Jersey Collefre, a! Princeton, ami Dr's 1 llio! and McGfll.nf the Faculty of the Wc.-tcrii Theologi cal Seminary, Alleghany, Pa Itaies oi Tulfioii. Primary Department, per month, - 1 00 '.minion Fnli-h Brandies, 1 oO High English Branches, Latin and Greek, 50 ( lUAl t'lTOPS TO ALL WHO liKSlHt IT. Board, lndoamr, washini;, &c, from tj.ii to.'jT ji'i ino. The yood health of the place and its freedom from places of vicious indulgence arc equalled only by I he easy rates of the institution. Reports every mouth to parents ami guardian of the scholarship and morals of pupils iu each department, male and female. Post ( Mlioe address: ZlllX Sl MIN4KV, (aiMXOTilN Ctl., MtSH. A. R. GRAVKS, President of the Board of Trustees. November -I, I f ."i.'t lf-4mo. LANDS FOR SALE. THF. subscriber offers for sale that most excel lent tract of land, in Rankin county, long known by the nan 11: of the "Br. old us Tract ," consist i 11 I of the east half of the North west tiuaiter, and .Miurn west quarier 01 section ito'iny-i'ti'ii, 10 township five, rano;o two east the Fa-t half of j the South east quarter ot seel 10 11 I went y-ri ;bt , iu township five, ranie t v o east thw East half of section thirty-three, in township live, ranye two east the West half of the South east quarter of section thirty-four, in township five, runu'c two east the Fast half of the North east quarter, and North east quarier of the South east quarier of section three, ill township four, ranie two cal beintr in all 1-M0 ACHKS. TheRailroailfroiii.lacks.nl to Brandon passes through the cent re of t his laud, and w hich is about in' Iwav between t hose tow lis. About one-half of this tract is upland and blanch bottom, I he balance is swamp or creek bottom land, mostly covered with switch cane. There is about 1011 acres of open land. As to the locality, convenience, and richness of soil, this land is equal to any in Rankin county, and will make one or more most desirable planta tions, and will he Mild on easy terms, say one third cash on the 1st of January next, ami the balance in two equal payments 111 one ami two years from that t inie. Persons wishing to purchase, or examine said lands, will please call on K. H. Lombard, iu Bran don, who will show them, and if'iw all other ne cessary information relating thereto. JAMES BUTTS, Attorney for the heirs of the late " Dr. E. A. Brod.lii.s. Prairie Mount, Chickasaw to., Oct. 7. il j' Fla) of the I n io 11 and Missixsiipiaii w ill please copy. tf. j 1 lWl-'.LI.Y. f llf.iHIO worth of Watches ami i Jewelry in addition to our former lare-e stock, I just received by J. C. & J. 15. MOREY. j Jackson ami Canton, Miss., Nov. !), Is5.'l. I "jVJOTlCR. The undersigned is permanently i 1 located with Messrs. If. A: P II ilzln-ini of t hi's ; ciiv, where he won hi lie glad to see h is oh I friends i and customers, ami where is to be found the must extensive stock ol Ooods ever ofb'rctl in tins market . and at the most reasonable, ju ices. Come and see. J. P. JONLS. Jackson, November II, 185:1. "XT I'.W C;OODS. We Wg to call the attention J of our old friends and customers fu the fact that our Stores are tilled with the Newest ami most Fashionable Ooods. Among the goods just opened are Cloaks ami Mantilla, of nil colors; Black Brocade Silk; Black (iras de Lyons; Black (Iras do Rhine; Brocade Chameleon Silk ; Small checked Silk; Large plaid do; Plain glazed " all colors; Plaid raw do; Brocade for Fvening Dresses; French Merino, all colors; French DoLains tin; American DeLains; Alpaca; Bomba.ines; French antl Lnglish Crapes; Ditto for Veils; All at reduced prices. II. &i P. IIii.ziikim. Jackson, November 11, 1 s53. IIIINA, CHOCK HIl V. &.C. House furnish J mg articles, a fuli and large, supply, ft i-ale low, bv li. &. I'. HlLZIItlM. Jackson, November 11, Ibb'-i. CHAIRS. CHAIRS, Mihogmy, Cane Scat, and J V. V V l inrlsor, just received try Dec, 26, '51. J.C. C A lll'KNT Kit & CO. SOUTHERN CASSiMEUS. CALL AT Messrs. Team, Putnam vt Co., Mr Win. H. Allen, Mr. E. M. Avery, Messr-. Langley tfc ('o., ami Messrs. A Virden fc Co., and buy a superior article of Koltiikk Cassimes, nianufactun tl at the Rock Island Factory, Meck lenburg county, North Carolina. The maniifacturerM guarantee that their fabrics and colors will give satisfaction to consumers. CARSON, YOUNG Sc GKIF.R, Manufacturer. Charlotte, X. C, Sept. 9, T.3. .43-lf "P irSJ-IiT?. 1,"00 pair, al ten bits a paif. J. iV A No 1 quality, by H. Oi P. HlLZIIEIW. Jackson, November 11, 1-53. FOR SALE. MY Dwelling Hou-e on City Hall square, pos session on Jan. 1st. JAMES SMITH. ALSO, that largo and commodious bouse on Amite St.. nearthe Eagle Ho tel, very suitable for a large boarding house, will be sold 1W'- J- h- Nov. 1?, 15.1 5()-tf MONIKD PAl.TNKK WANTKi." r'THE Advertiser, well establislied in a very I profitable and safe business, desires a part ner either special or general (sleeping partner pre ferred.) who will put into the business from ten to twenty thousand dollars. Particulars ami first class references given in answer to letters, with real name and proposition, directed to B., Bon 6, New Orleans. Nov- 1. Ik53-i0-3iuos. 1 1 i i S V W. f. Cuti KHr.. T. M. CuNVCHsr.. W. V. CON VEHSF, J convi:i:si: & ct... ( 1 rinrrs n in lit ii ft x in W'estiii 1', hihi ,'K. li Ichovlnlriihi. rornre uf I nn'jelre t.1,,1 ' , NKW (Hi I. LANS. M'l'KKS l'-.f .sal.- tl.e l' -lli:wiiv ( t . :1,1s, lire to- . not C.lh V. (.ether with many ail.cbs in ei.uiueratctl below, wh ch vvbl be 1 or (.'.md city acceptance. Ti: Inioertal, tiur.iiowder, I'liir lid low l' Yopp 11 I'ow client. Oolona . COFI'Llv-li", ll.ivan.i. Jainatc I lio.ee Old J.iv a, M01 h 1. "Iii ill. Louis.: I lav 111.1. N ().. I.,,;, i'. friishnl. I'nw dcred, Clar fit tl I t! II VI. I, '. a 11. 1 N. (iranulatc.l . uiisc. . M ( L A--'! I I ml it Nil -a 1 II and I oi.isinua s r 11 j.s i'i.(( k. i'm 1 1 I S ii'i r I' ne St. I.i l.'t 'I' hois. ( 'In... (' M 1 ed lb i . I I ; 1 1 e o 1 1 V , I'lfll. M : hi h llr i.i 11. I" ' M ,1 .. I.I.IS.. ol. I'1'. II. I-; t ill II h.i;- ..'.'if!., HI ol ti : ti 1.1 ; WI !' . S i . ! , and h; nnu , 111 h (III.. 1 M -t . I. I ; .1 11 ni'i -. 1 o . . nim I--SO v- - 'i- 's . . ' 1 ' ' beet', iu liSls. ar.i h..ll bid : i'l ! Ciear f 1.I.1-; --ii.iii;..ii - ; s ii.'.i r I'ur. il .11 Dn.i! H 1 Fi 11 e ;i:..i I ; i..cd I'oi-''- I. .1 I ' II tci; flu i-.i-, tiosl,. 11. I 1. li i-.t 1. .-; I'e.11 ; in .oils , 1 o K c. . P.. ,1 Vv ....is.-. I'm : 111 . St.tr. . . "s, I.i v 1 1 in .sl.le. I' ll" I. ..V.I .! I n ;.! I a'....t liltilie.T ill. I li ,1 , ..1 II l.l ... . Ai 01 11 als. ( in 'i-'m-i I'I'V ; I.. tr:i. U 1 -1 n,l. r e. 001 1 . -i, in c 1 1 ' 1 CANOI .!. S 1 V E. - W in. In : koii'h, 1 1 ui.fs 1 V r I . I ' l't.li. I . S ii.i i it, j , ii i.,l I- l( I I I ", NCI -s. v.c I! 1 Grapt'K, I'lii-.o-s, IV;-, io..,; .11. ti !' ('r.iliberrles. I'lu.l Aj iiIi s .it. I i'. i.t i I' Al'l-'.H, v-e - Wi mo' , V. r . f arils, in pif.,t i.incti; 1 ' .,1 1 ,1, 'IV , 1 i'!i:;vi.i, cvs-it'.. ,s -.- Iluvis'.-.ritl WelU.M. & I'.'.tosi-- i'l. ki ll a If, ou.irler and 011 e-i i; h ' !i -1 1 f . 1 ; 1 -Hilt aiul M ilslilnelll f.il I', ; "li . St. i Hose W.itei ; Pie I'l 11.1 . ( u 1 . a 11 1 .1 mi l'e'ier S lut e; H it 111 1 and Ani' iu -1 I o I iss and 1 in ; ( 1 11 1 - n 1 . ;i j -1 : I 1 1" ' -: inon, l.o'isii r, Sli nl. " -.-il 1 in s ,i,ii IICI-:-. .m'.-K ii'iu-ky M ast.it lints and iti.i-s; I ' .1 v 1 s . M 1 r; N n , no ' s ; 1,11111-1 l.illllei; ( ;.M Mi e I'l ' "'. oiiiii. s-Vv 1 .ur 1 - is. T Wash H. ... ril--. I I. .ll.es li':-. - i ' .mo '- 111. in hue W . (10 ''IT mi , 11; A i ... Pre, 111 ; ij 111 II. M ill III. I Lilies, I'.' Il ('.".is. l)lU'i.. - I ' 'I v tin uo-toiie, T.iiino. Ill ,1 I, . ,v 1 , Id,. I . ; ii. Ii I. lb it 1 ('ream I'.n 1.1 r, ( ' . 111 1 . 1 1 , .1 , Mold. Sails, Siill'liur, Sailed) i , M.ovics I'l- .1 , I 'ii. nine, St ,11 1 o- aiul i' i 1.1 1 njj- VV ax. I Kit ll'.is. s .---!' an.lv . (' 1- .1 J a in. an- I . N. I' :. I 1 ri.i I I. . , t-.e ins I. It. I.:;,. , M I,. 1 It Wil li.! -I III,.. iintl An,. 1. -.in li 1 ; I -'.- '. !!' c t.;,bel ., hi, 'I li..-. '- WI, k. ;. ; M ( Lior'". ' 1! t .' 1 , NT 1 -.- .! I h ; 11. .a p ' . I ttr.ic.dv (':. cir.es -11.. I o ' u. .. -A!iv ntiie; A 1 1 1 1 1 ' -1 1 1 -. ( 1 1 1 1 1 . -1 -. ' oi-1 1 t I.em -ii , mil A.-.a.n imi 1 1,.; I'.o r . ; A .1 I'l'I .e 1 lu 1 11 . Vtm ( . -1 ; :;- .s. 1 :-' assortinent of" ft'., ir.... , (,'.;j .::..,.'' .1 1 1.1 Sixes. SO'DII'.S. Sinn Ii . few ile r an.: F Shot. P.ar I.. -ail. N tils. Ink. ,M .. r .1 I . . n . . Call.lv, o.ks. It ilf is. I', p. s. i-'l iss.-.. (i I. .us. Pull V , III. o l. 1 11- . 1 I lu ee , lull. 1.. .1 f ' ll'tfc! s .. Ill x' CX'.ClMllI It 1-1 esei.il ! bv I . Auun.i i-. 1 soli. 1 v . .. r-r. i.v r ()!,. T M )l,." n.l f.,:i .1 i'sr . kiu.l net .1 (' 1 1. 11 ;-r;iii 1 w . A I ' 1,1 id ; v. 1 i I s, -l.l.l,'. nt-- t. u b w nrriNt; .v low. A X M 1 OMxl. WI) INVI'I I I 1 I), A C 1) !. I II li HI I li 1. !) I i:n. .lac h - in , Hi ' isv ,. i . R. A- Ml;s, i) l,i;V int. mii lli.-ii fn. ti '-i and 1 't In r-, lint t l.e -u 1 1 11 111 -!! i - a li 11 11 .1 1 sessi.il, will OOllO'll e on il. . .ih. imi ni . mil. I and tid r nu t. The d. -cipiiln parenlal ; -i.-al c tie hoi 1 HI li 11 Hi 1 j, ill-sue ; t lint 1 1, led ital habi ' -, a manners. Win of the III- ,1-1 llkl II 1 i, , : brain b S in iii.. I. -nlv lha! a in I i ami poll I p., 1 a ' I.I I Ill- 1 instruct lln public III1IU--C. 1 11-1 il ut ion art pi : pi ! -. in the u - no- ,1' 1 1 iiii-nt s. ii-,,1 v i-n 1 i-r to cut irely i.oliilui' .1. The ..rliiilof.e- l"l v ell pro ideil : ami 1 1 its i-oured. In-all l. v Tin- ai.i-..i.tl ii-. in. Ill. I i 11,111 1 1, lull,, ,1-1-. 1,1 are -iiuciiiiis :u .1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i - iioied toi ide -it inn iii. i. anv I'm ios.iph ieal : ft l i. -n I M ac It I l.e ; ii' 'liem ,'cal appar--s. I , r i . 1 1 1 1 1 : i 1 i . f h- e eslal. i in' : -I lode. I I list ruin. nil s : a i.oueif'il li Clobe.s and lat-e M,:p-; and t!i. llt'ls illl'llltles l.'etorls, ( 'rucibles terns, iS. c, w i'li materials of the ( lasi's and other luiiu-iii: of the prod net imi i! experiment- With all Hie. ihe pupils aie III il cii',1 rse nun le vv hich t lo-v abiu"l illu--, atnl linn h -in. 1,. -. ,t nu t ion , i- familiar by it'ai I it al e. peri nieiit , lit 1 hem-el ves a--i -I . The I ti-t ii ul ion puss,.. I ralive of ( let-lie.' v an. I attetil i.iti i- paid to 1 1 1 - -. The i port u ii it v for Coll fi dell! i V -t at ed toi -e I Pupils from a disjunct -es a fine ( ' Mine,,-,!,, -y inter, -fitig Musical in ne.pial l-'.l in are re. mi i ret. 111 ul rv . ..n.l at iv e re to 1, the Inst it ut imi, u nle-s I h hav e ii'-af I'l l. sitling ill the city. The number ol Pupils is I i 1 1 i ; -I. LIST OF STI'DILS. The Lanirnaees, jincien! ami iiioilern; analysis of the Kngli-h Laniriiag-'; nenl. ', n Icography. cla-sical ami -acred ( Icol-i aphy , lli-l-.ry and ( hioiiolioy ; Philosophy, including Arnuli'- l-.l-'-llients of l'hv-it's, , -1 io l n in l V , the u-e of the (lobe-, ( ieoh.gy and M i iiornlo j, ; It hel oi ic , L-.t; tc. Mental I 'h ilt .soph y slid ( '..nip., - it imi : In-iui- 1 1 V , Aril hiiiet ic, nn utiil mid written, I '.iv ies" A 1 -.-lu a, t o t he end of Si m pie Ft pi at ions. I ).i ies' ( ! cornel rv ; and care is taken to imparl a cmipeteiit know ledge of III lie Liti c. Jackson, Septeiiiber !l. lv.':!. . I.Mf .MOI'NT SAI,I S I'I'.M AI,!: AI'AHIvM V. 'IMIIS Vt 'li-Kll'iV I lis! it ul ii ,li in ihe tnwtl I of (.'i.iviiis , ha v i ng pa.-r.etl finin the im.-i e ,,, loner. lietol, liiH Ofiil iill the I'.r.t JMoilllitl of (trtnfitr, illl'I'T llie ohnr'O' of KIA. R. IL VV F.LLF.K .V I , A I V , w it h t hei r a-si-taiits. The Rt. Rev. W. VI.Cttt.f-N. D. If, tvill net as vi-itor to t he In-t il ii ion. ami by every mean- in his power promote ils intere-,ts. Tei iiis per ft viiiii ol zn w i- : ;!!! (Ml 15 llil ;! (l each, extra, I'l fill o (II) 5 (ill b'l Id Tuition in juiiiiai v-i las-, " " pn pa ral or v class, . . . " " acad. inic cla--, A nciet t and odern Languages t M u-ic on Piano, l'-e of 1 ti-l rutin nt, Board, including washing, ere, The terms are payable out hall of the M's.-ion, t he Falun, oat ilsi tlie t.ec'i n n i mr dose. of two St .Sniolis, The Nchola-tie year eoii-i.-t with no intermission. AtMrc-s h'r.v. li. II. WLLLFR, Sept. lf, 5fl-lG-2iu. Ci iM is, Miss u skiv i;, ciu;ai ami hi litm.i;. Opi'ositc Kicli ii'dxin Jo;ir.son's, . , i , t S i. mi; r i , ack.-' N, .u-., ll'I-:CTI-'i:i..' c i.';s an, i t, or, oi'th pub lic the New .s io. k vi Ii c!. be I... - j u si - ,j.i . .,' , coriHistm of everv k-r,.l ril Tin, .1 npa.it rrl, and Jiri,'t..;ti'l Jfirr, fu gellifr with StOrr front tlir 'if t'litmi. factor ir j, (Jit err Snow ,p Co Lu- proved 1'un'jis, en ,1 Li ad I', all of wiiich wiil be t i d " clic.ij. Call and examine to Mock. to.- cj.e.ipibl. tfT Job Work ni ''" v.ir,oua ,-r.iw. of h i i r idn done neatly, ii-nl'y, February II, 1sj3. n I on rt; ison jbifc leinm. 1 l-f. till', and put u; at the it i'l. uf ir.tice -.nd on rna-rinatile leriu- liy V.. M I ' It l( KM.. To the Marshal t the U. S. for the iSoiithi t ti Did rict of Missizsipjti : V7'()F' are lieichv required to a ijotirn tlm J. Circuit, Court of the Fnited States, f.-r tin: Ninth Circuit, and Southern li-lrict of M i s-i s-1 p. jii, from the li rut Monday of November next t.i tint fourth Monday in January next, and of .in h adjournment cive public notice. Given tinder my hand, thi- 'Jfi'h day of O. -toiler, A. I). l'.VI. S. J. OH OLSON, .HJo Judge U.S. D. C for Miss. ni:w ;ooi).s! "T7"HITIN(i & K ACe'LFK have ju-t received a large mid well sel.-cletl sto. k .-1' oood-, consisting of Hardware and Cutlery, in all its branches China and OIuh a large ami beautiful assortment f Grocer ie.-, al 1 1; i n.l -i f.,r f.iiui ly u-e Wines ami Liquors, the rerij liest Plated nml Planish Ware, rich and elegant Cordage, Oil, &.C., A'C. Iu fact, every thinir any body wants, to which lh';y invite the attention of t heir friend-, and the public- Nov. 4 l. lies thev nt.-l- -1.1 .1