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War Dfpsrimfitt Notice.
Orrn law aw Air.tisa.1
Ah" 10 h. IU7. t
IP T.' nf the I Ullrd Mj!f Oil -
iiraa Itl.'n, fKi.rJ.t.p-'p-rto
,.,J vte i of a '-f one cu-mj !
IB CfiKk.Misr rwitry. kiouu a .flim
.-:: !4. ran, 7 . :i-ti bis Ua N
C ! MW ocCUIM'J b R-ibr ( lif
h-iSr pirrn to'the ad Rrihv.
in J R beri G.Kiti. add ail oil if r prion e idotiw t,
fiat lief have leave t file al this office, until tl.-fi,-t
Jay f June, lOl wiltn arguments anj affi
davit in fW of ik"ir n-p-rtive c; mm, which
Sunls-gum-iiH Sid alfi lavits, will hs intrufdiatriv
Urmtler UM before the proper Buthcj-iNs. Criih
at-oa io Uie Dtnii-tt ai to them mj rm proper.
V C. A. 1 1 AUK IS,
Cvnmisioner of Indian affair.
Commercial U"k of Columbus.
November 2. I "37.
RESOLVED, That tUi In-tituti.Bi wdla.!
tance enVotton whipped lo it Agents m
Mobil. New Orleans, New Vok and Phils lcfj?.a;
y tint til persons availing tin nm-ivea of th,a oftVr,
Buy etkulaut lipon simiUir advance on their ucxt
year't crop, aft. r the piiil eann expires; and
that ail Cotton to advanced upon will be placed u
der Instance immediately and the nelt ptocerd b
pai I over won a reiurnstre made. .
Estrset from the minniea.
By order of the B'nrH.
CHAS." II. ABKRT, Co.Ar.
Nee, 4, I?37-I7-If
Commercial Hank of Colmubim, I
August 25th, 1&7. I
EA0I.YED. That hereafler no Slocklml
MM der ahull bo permitted to transfer nn; Hock
in this IiHl'tution until a'l arreirajrct are paio,
ettle.1 to the Mtnlaeuim l c!n Duard.
Extract from tho Mmtiiet f a regular m ding of
tilt U tarrt, ht'ld Aprtl l!6tli, 1537.
Aug. gtftli-7-tf CHAS.H. ABERT, tniAi
Commercial of ll'k Columlim Ml.
Jawiiary 2, 1830.
ADivkfi pJ of Fivt pet cent in thin de
clared oil nil tho NtK k of thin Itiitut hhi.
fii i in tliret month prior f.i ihi eve, pnynblr to
liifl Stor-k!ntiuVr or their kgl rrprcacatativet on
vr aftfr the lSlh inst.
BiocklHiltlera will be renuired to rreeut tluir
Mrtificatcl whea the dividend ij applied fer.
B order of the Hoard.
CHA'S. U. ABKKT, Caihirr.
3 . 6, 1839 ae-u'
The InillnnN Inn:tccn, '
rOR SALF. at the. DRUG STORK ot Bmiih'
Kinrard St Co. on Market it 2 duori from Maio.
A Oil Hit cur ol uheumulmm, ncruSilH or
Kin'n Evil, Sciatica or Hip-Gout
nt Cancer, Salt Rhnuip, Mypbilitic and V
diaM, particularly Ulcera ami art ctkn of lli.;
Ulcerated Throat and Nostril; Ulcere tdevr
crtptiori, fever aorea, and Internal Abic?rt('4
laa, Scald Head, Ncnrvy, Bdea, Chmtiic orc,
Eryaipelai Blntchea, and every variety of iCu'f
aSectum; Chronic Catarrh, Ileodach JriMnayati
cauntj; Tain in t atmnich and Uypnpm, jir,. .
ins from filiation: Affoctiotia 0f the Jjver, 1't is
Innamtnation of the Kidney, and tnm 3t. ,
caiiiH by a torpid actiajp of tlm venwla of ttid k
It I tinjfiiliirlf efficaciona in renovating thtw 'con.
tiliitiona which have been broken dfn by injiidi
dioua treatment, or jnvenila irreno1 itif . In gin.
era I term, it it recommended in .'I ihoa diiunea
which ari from impuritiei in th blnml, or vitiation
i the li'imnurt of whatever namt or kind.
April 22, 18a7 4ltf
Dm. Saltonstall k Knotvcr,
DBNTISrS. Manufiictureia of tha Pre
mium Silicioiw Metulhc Teeth, (from the
original rec) as m.intifueturcd by I). C. ArnhN-r,
ll. D. Oe.ittHt of New York, having uinneinU'd
thi-rjiiielvwi 'UiifCtlier lor the puron? of practising
their prnlrnion, they wttnl.l atatc that they have
aparpd nil piini in makinir tlirnwlyei e,mi:iin;eil
with ef ?ry bnnch of the proli's-iion, both practical
,, . , , , p , I
.... ......cw-., mm. .rcouw inepaici i -iio. in ui.
oornHiuiii apuoria ninw io lfenu auriTrrv in tnr
operation appertaining to Dental surgery in thr
laiexi atin moil approvea acicniilic manner Uliice
ou Main alreet, under the Commercial Bunk. .
N. B, Teeth inserted on gold plate from one to
ao entire tet. , Nov. 25, 1 837a0tf
Timely Informal Ion.
ffVGGLVG, RUPE, TWINE. wc-The
JUr atibscrihera are aulhori-ed to -inform the
public ot'thia acctinn in general, that Ihev will have
maioreby theli4 OcUibcr next, directly from the
I ant nuns Kentucky,
SOOOnlecea heavy Baling, .
floOCrluil bale ropt, .
5000 pound Twine, -. '.
10(0 pieces Negro Llnrleeyo;
1000 " Kentucky JVaii.
K. M. DRAKE, V Co.
Columhtu Miss, Jan. 22, lJ33-2!)-7in.
S, T, Sapplngtotis
IlIl1Pi:it and TAYLOR, beg leave Io in
JaUe form the cttizena of I olumbus that he hiu
opertesl on Market alreet with an ustnrtment of u
perfi ie cloths, casaiinrrcs and vestinjrn, conailini
of all Ciloum, which he will xe)l or niaiiul'aoiure
cheap fur, cash. Those who may favor htm with
their patronage will find him pndiciciu in hi busi
ness, l'crsoua wishing to furnish their own goods,
will tic punctually attended to and their orders exe-
auled with neatness and dcpntcb, '
Nov. IS, 1837. ' I9tf
. - ; .
Improved Laiul for Sale."
TIT IE subscriber wishes to tscll the plantation
A whereon b now resides, cnntHiiiiug 4'.U
acres ricir hrame land 17a nc.ies cleared snd un
der fence, house, and other tiecvary huildiniis.
i ii- ui in 1 1 ui.i ieu in kownues county, 13 nnies
aonth'V(t ot Columbus. An entire new act of
Biackumth s tooln will be sold with the plantation f,
desired. Tiie Gm Houkc and Mill ntlached to the
premises, arc nearly ne.v.and cannot lail to please
- I. . . I L . !. ti 1
a purcnascr. j uueraicreoit win L"ven.
Sept. , 1837-9-tr
A Hint tollic wi-e. ,
rMnUOfiE indebted !o the auliscribcr for work
M. done in 1837, are earnestly rcquesled to
eome forward and pay up witlniut delay, as I urn
nhliiwd to have money, ami therefore cannot irive
lou imliiltfence. In future, my terms will be cash,
ami -. Hj. - iu. U. r . 11AW1 KY.
Feb. 3, lb38. S0-8t
Twenty Dollars Keuanl
nn'lE subscriber near Athens, ftloimut rnnn
X. ty, Misissi.i, on the 4th Jnniiary, 1839,
a negro man called HARRY, about twciuvi.'ht or
mirsy years mu, nark canpltctbli, about five feet
out,his hlliand bat beenmjuied with cotton gin,
In. n &nviU.M.a. in th.. f. I 1 . 1
baa a small scar in hia f..r.l..1 " "1., r'".".".
: r , .jf, . , , -, jiear ine ra jv 01
hit ImQ-d on wkn he left, a dark wooUen lu.ut-
ing sun 1, wnite coiton pantaloons, u,i ui wo1 ,au
He tv,il pruhably attempt to go to Williamson conn-
ty, I eiinesste, where be wa rai-Hd. I will mv
twenty dollars reward for his appreLeiiVoaaml con
finement 10 jail, no that 1 can get mm,
Jan. 27, 1838 29tf S. B. MOORF.
BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS.
Tie Bible and Testaments of the UiMe ocii tv
.1 .. . . . I..
Drug Store of DjJS n tt C.Jinlividuals,
Societies, Sabbatu flMwlif3aaJiC, kc. can
be supplied on ewfication according t.i the nilcs of
t--"Hicv. M" ISAAC 5II00K, Sic'ry.
.In Ul rm4j tit 1 Jh.l-'.r.
liKeaubii-Lrd r-p'i'-tiM.t. ar..: i '-n y n-
rtr-h2 Je.i;!i.d f.f t!.i t C liu' ie,i.eiy
of ai rv jt,vr of t Vi.. !!' iv! .;
a.L-'iter m ..(H r it la tl.e Aiuf' cm ptl.i r. A'
mti iiirnn bare bf-n ru b- tipi':v m.j mal!
Ihr !.rif .pti c'fmau.1 Uiwm In IS -r t'lu'ril S:utr.
i to jiUee tl t in I r m h f t!.'.T urf r:n?
ai liirlv tn 3. r ti,. mt tia:a-.l g ol a I
Ai-h'-a j7W! .?Af.
Whffi a ;p'..t d art'ir.lin? trdirxtiiw ven on the
biill'e, it l.aa n-vi-r U affJ u:ituel.iitr n.j
Iirrmao'iit reVf. Ii a!-i artri tl,e ilerav in drfc
tive t-rth, and fl.evea thr rtiH m hii If.
H ieiit, rrn lcrj a a'.r D' tixitli iwltt The a;')!.
eatKin arid remedy re s.m;i'.. innorem, ati I imi iii.
pk-asam; and the larif nuiiirx-r of p r-in in ditb r
ml Nffti-Hi o!'t).co-.ii'r, t!ut Uive a'u dy r--r,-nrfd
si.rli d hjhillil and tah Ury el rt Itoru tl.e
ue o! tl.e U.'ni, are rea ly t ln r, f Sir !h put.
gum!.) tfn ir trtimoiiy, t it unrivalt.t qiitlitlc. It
w an Indian remedy ob'titied irin!aiiy and niei
ryrtedly, and may I rtrafded ij tt civibred
worli lh. nnist va'.ui.b.c diovry ofllie Red
man nf the
For Sale 6V SMITH k FRJERSON. Dn-rri.fi,
L'olumlu$, .Vuiufii; L K l'al a (l r It.-rn a.
1 1 ii ti. .vr -i -1-
II. B. MUM ACIC
riatrh S. 13.
A nll-Spa moslIc Tincture, or
MmiElCSLOWOKT. Thi i.ied.cine
h.ia been nrrjmred with apei iul tefcrenre
in the wsiiUof tumilH-t, in which the ii.y-i m uo'e
prt'Clsr;ty hi), t'fn olnervi d. ill IT U r tliit M
tliert mitfhl kivp and ue it With the m-t perlrrl
wfi'tr, find iviih lit t'lnfid. tit ttnrance tht it ii.
affi'rd rjlirf when vriy manv of the ktand.rd rrrn-
edie fad. The priijinelor, before ot!'criiijr i t. li.'
rHiUir, li talt-n o.TaiM to convere with antrx
dia'tng-'Mlieil pl.yiiciaiiK ot Virginia, and with fa
cial ptihw to kpeuk ol all the vjimn itt'. an.1 pv
piiitioiii of lhi lurihriiie; and iho-e tiiat know it
conipom lit part, have pnirnuiiic d it our if ihe
verv brel rnmpoundu lor lln- f .linw.nj !im-e that
can be prepared, and may be u-cd nh p -rtict ali"
ty, a well with Ihe new burn Ivbe. a t c man l'
tiirre score and ttn. 1 thu-c that ue it an' not a
tikficd thai it ii the very best remedy Inr the di-nr
here niitn'iraled, Ihry can return tin Uilt!e mid r
reive back their money. It ia boldly a s tI"J that it
h nhnnf-t (d not quite) iidiilhblv in I)ia rha a in ull
If f ariM I'lrnm. Dvwilary, Cramp-rid c, .'l.olcra
Mo'hin, and Aia!ij Cholera ; a'mi, Ai'ler ram? of
lyiiiij-iii Female f ir thin it ii tin A otVr'a Cinii
lor(, and b 'cauie it U the very lant pn paraiion for
the anmitirr (h ava of childri n that haa vet enter
ed the chamber of Ihe distressed. It is aNo ti e-
2uallrd lor cram a fnnn tvhalevi r eai .ft prodired.
.adiea iA the nml delicate lituationt may take it
under any ol the above circuiii"tane n with tierli ct
anfntv and eniml him (It. The tiuhlic may be n,i-
tnred that the Spasmodic Tmrture, or Mother's
lomjort,m Iieen Kuiiji'cted to lie must niriil anil
aniemific examination by nome of the moit exten
sive (phyaiewna) practiiionrra in Viiginia, who now
recommend it i ineir practice.
Koranic by SMI I'll fc FKIERSON, Drutf.jtista,
mach 3, S ty II. a. MONTAG UK.
AND TRAVELLINO rCII.IT)EI INCREASFD.
DAILY LINE OF U. S. MAIL COACHES.
from Vitkthurg to J nekton.
ril!IE HiitwcribprH have the ple.irniic. of inform
-8- imi the public that they have enluhlisheil u
Ihilu Line of limr hwae I'ost C'onchea from Yicks-
horjf via. AniNicrdam, Ravmoud and Clinton, tr
Jacknon, which will leave Vickahuitr ami Jackson
evci v iiay regularly, 1 licir old and wi II known hue
Via. lln.ii'i inn t and Clinton to Jaeloam inlsoin
C'implele opeiaiinn, pa'iiii rn lliereloie can always
rclv iioii an until unite conveyance, as two atiifrea
will leave Yickthurg every morning lor Jackniu,
anil Birr I'l i jii.
Tny havi) alD entabli-ilicd a tri-werklv line ol
U.S. mail coac.uM from-t'Ji and Gulf via. Raymond,
C.inio i and Jackson, to Uiandon. I'Miigera Irav
cllinjl oti tue Vii'linluiig i!aily hni' will intersect the
line tu I! nn. Inn at ,).n ksnn, unit u' the line lo Co
huuhiii, Mi.,n. Thev have also ratal Ii lied a daily
ine ol Hlmros Irom J'ort Gilwon to Grand Gull! no
that pa incieia fnim Ihe rivet can alway gel a direct
I.M.H .f -"1. ii in lion, u;w I III I 1.MII U
p.i.Wlffl.. Many twit of the iiittTinr of the state
fury .virtiiu nin iiiiiii iu wir. .Miiiiie. null linv mu
iiihv eiabliihinir a new mid Ktilcudid line ol' lour
'n i i i . . i..e .i... ..u: .1 i ... ....
horse Hit cuaclics, (which will be in full operation
by the fii'Nt of January next) from Manchester via.
lii'iiliiu, J.rxin.ri.in, Carrolltoii and Grenada, to
C.idecvillc.lhere intersecting with the stage line to
Pimtotoc, and from ttience to Tuscumbia, Ala., in
tersecting nb-o with the line Icjding from Pontotoc
to fjoluuilms, l!Si,aUii from tolleevir.e tu lloiiy
Siinnif i, and from Holly gpnnira to Grenada, I cnn.
there inte see.iinj the main line Ii Nashville, intei-
teetiii'f also with a Ine Irom Ilully r-iirnir to Mem-
pins, t con. a a ol tiie coaches on the a dove routes
are of the bt Troy iii.inufic.tiir , and the in wt ex.
fcneiiced ageuiu are employed to conduct Ihem.
very altention will be shown to p:-isons travelling
on thrai lines, and to the sale transportation ol
J. R. &, P. JF.rFERSON.
Clinton, Miss. Jan. 'JO, 1838 ilS-tfm
Land for Sale.
'EAR Staikville, tiie county seat of Octibbe
ha coiiniy, Mississippi, the south west qunr
fer, of section thirty fmr, in township number eii'h
leen, north of range number thuteeii east, the south
east qnnrtcc, ol section twenty-nine, in township
nmiHicr eighteen, north ot range thirteen east; the
west hall ol the multicast quarter, and the north
west quarter, ol section number two, in towns
seventeen, ot ingc thirteen cnstMiie north cast quar-
ter, and the noitli easi quarter of the ninth west
quat icr.ni eecnnit tweive, in township seventeen,
noiM of rmge thntcn east; and the no.. 1, cast qnar-
tor, ol sect'Oil number three, in towush p seventeen,
north ot range tmrteeii east. I he alsive lands are
tetecled by toe best judges, and are oileied for cash
or on luiig cteni, an.t the most ai'comiiio,!iiimg
terms. Apply to the subscriber ai Ruekell's Store,
Opposite the L.igle Hotel, Cohiinhus, Miih.
Feb 10, lS3SSl-lf
Noxubee Turnpike for Sale.
HUE subsenhfri. ofl'er tor snln the above pre.
petty. Its I iculioti on the Robinson Rond.
leading Irom Colusibut to Jackson, is too well known
In require a partictilv description. Few situntions
prest iu the same inducements to ihe capitalist. As
a tavern, or ineieaotile stand, it is tierhaps unequal
led in Ihe State. With these advantages, in adili-
tion to its daily income, oonniei tv at this time cnn
adord a moid profitable investment. Attached to
the 1 urnpike, wlucji will soon be placed iii complete
repair, are 0u0 acres of land, a small pntpoi lion ol
w.iiiu us neaivu. ror ieruis,or Jurlher particulars,
aouiess uie unacrsignoo.
D M DULANEY &. SON,
Franklin, Mi-s. February 17, IS33 S2m3
To the Public.
I-.fr . .1 .
t.T'JlZZ: 1 1 " i"
resigned) tftwitit-h citipioymnil I ran am) will di
v,tA t!nt -tt li.tLi iififio 1 1
' .'T.. ' ",r lv" v
1 ouier ousuuss on nana cxcenl the settlement ofmv
own. . P my
Reference. To any person in Columbus.
Columbus, Aug. 2(i 7-ly J. J. PULLER.
aIUWAKU A. SMITH. & JAMES II.
-t e lUKRSON havinjr forimda conaiturr.
tlup 'WMleclhtlfi'maii.l ivh nfSniith JL
and Nittitbt ot the mtcTthe late firm ofSmithi
Ra,ng,v,rdt hey trsU- emiiinue the bigness
at the o1 "lani.anil trn.i .v..,i-. ..-...... . . .1
tri;-e sa'iif iction, may entitle them tu tht e'.ndenee
01 inepuniKi, .A new am) f(, touinly of every ar-
ticte in iiieir tine will mmn Is; s,., , , .
' Wrmt will always re liberal.
HID. .1, H.'I-iin
V. PAISM.Y, AiToaMT
?.a U I-w
IUkI')N A I.OlhIN At
icBMTi o ('ofrii t !.
Colambu.. Mi,.i.i;.pi. Ic. 26, lJ6-23if
C..!u-ubin. M f 'r the A'j'i-ta
aiM-e IUiuin C"i)Tv ot AnjiiiU, Oeo.
.'jim!if 19, lihf
J. A. .Marhall,
.?;orfy osi (Vaa'e'Aie ol l.nv.
t.S licy.ed hiiii-eii' at IK K .!!. Miiiijy,
M M. anJ mil pr tu e m the I mnti'mi K
..iiiiii,. CiM.n'n-n it re..".ri. A.
A;,r.i 17. l?-!3.
1 A.O'iaI A. K. Arm-Iron-:,
LTTOKMFS t iw, l'.!ut!il n, XI i
iopi. ill ins' t' e in th-t'irf mt tV-mt nl
r.i,nl.. Mr.'-. f.: lt-tu. H
n and Noju
n rvct. one
lrr CO'intH'. Tl e r t o i M
do.r ea.t ..iM t.',' er tw Hci:it
..e.. ji. -s:-tt
c' C uti.iiijr.ire.
Ichanl S. (,ia,
ATTORMf M CoCNrlH OR T I.W,
TII.Ij practice in the cirv u.t court of Ok-
tl J to
!ii lal circuit.
cure wiil n.eet waa ptosnpl A'.vutior. Ilia ollu t
t in St4rk4, OktiVlteb Ci?u::tv, i -.
J .in 7. I-J7. 2C-If
cregokv. t. v. r.r.t.HAM.
hatitC KicuirJ tVrL- . i:i ie prat-
t.ec of Law, tefi ".. r t. e-r . ;j t t? p il'iic.
They Wi'.l pract.ee in l-t . Cima.ng the
sixth JuJiei.ii Ili.tr.i t, l" !..-.- ppt. And
a!n in the Su;v.-n'r Court- at Jack-n.
Their i.llire i at Coiumbiia where the can at all
iime. be eoiMiilted, U'-miic i Irem a littatiee wiil
to all timen be attrcded to promptly.
Ca'umhiisOct. bth lfi.iti 13 tf.
I)r 11 F. Cornell
n' AS opened nn olliee nt the utore of S. S.
Fit A NK LIN' vi hear he tender his profe.
iotml services, to the citizens ol ColumhiiH and iu
vicinity. February 18 .1837 tf.
AYING usMocinled with him in the prac
tice of bin prol'i snoti, Dr. J AS. It. JOR
DAN, takes pleasure in recommeilini; him to Lit
friends and to the public, and has no doubt, from hi'
lung exiierience, that he will be ah!e to five ample
aatiliietiiii wbene-.er called on. One or both will
at all ttmi'H, when not necessarily ahm nt. he found
at Ihe nlfiVt; heretofore occupied iy the lot nit r.
CoiumiiuR, Jan 1st isjs 27if
To rianK is!
A young man from South Carolina, who has
hail several )ears experience in Planting
bull hnj and shoit staple Cotton, and is well ac
quainted with the management of negroes, and has
tellers of rccoiomeiulalion, is desirous of obtaining
a situation in the above businesa. A letter address
ed to tins olliee, or to J, J, I, through the post oilier,
will he thankfully received,
maieh 3, iUlf
Land for Sale.
1 AGUES 1 1 first quality rivrr hind
-M. O" HO of which is in u line slate of cul
tivation, on which there are some improvemenis,
with a line well of water, adjoining the land of the
Rev. Samuel UutUr, ou the wesmde of the Uighy,
siA'eti miles south of Columbus, Also 120 acres of
lirst quality river bottom land, eiejlit miles south of
Columbus, on the cast side of the I iver.
DO" For further particulars enquire aftheodice
of tiie Collisions Democrat.
Nov. 1?, lS37-tf
Slalc of .lls-jssipii, Loiviidcs Co.
l'fobalt Cowl, March Term, 1939.
Tl O till persons intetesled in the renl ettate of
Ileniy J. Purish dei cased, nf the county
and stale aforesaid ; It appearing to the satisfaction
ol the court, on the petition ol James Ecklord, one
ol the heirs and devises of said estate, thai it would
be. to the udvuninge ol all persons interested in said
estate, that said real e.-talo should be sold, it is
thcri'lore ordered, that publication be made in the
Democrat six successive weeks, notifying tho heirs
ol said deceased, and all persons inti rested in the
said real estate, to be and appeara the next Pro
bate court to be held at the court house in ti c town
of Columbus, Lowndes county, Mississippi, and
show cau-e, if any they have," why the said land
shoiu.i not tie oiueieu lor sale, viz: west hall ol the
northwest quarter o! section eiplit, township nine
teen, range fourteen east, containing eighty acres
and thirty fiur oue-hundiedlhs ol an acre.
Witness, Ihomis Sampson Ivor. Judi-e of the
Issued the ninth day of March, A. D. 1831.
W. T. FULLER. Clerk nro t. in.
march 17 StiiC IP is fee S10 501
Stale of Mississippi, Monroe Co.
Cinuit Court, October Term, 1937.
Iii Chancery Bill for Divorce.
I Jme Gbuti.i.
rilill.S !.-.. e...e th. enm..l;,i k k.. a.
llirr : ' . ' ..." IT..?
I ,,.. ...inn i. mr siuisiiieuoi
of the Court, that the dclendaut is not a resident of
the Male ol .Mississippi t is ordered bv the court.
that this cause he set for hearino imon the fuels
charged in the complainants bill, on the first day of
ine next term 01 this 1 ourt to lie held at the Court
House m the town of Athens, Monroe county. Mis-
-issippi, on the lourth Monday of April, 1838. And
11 is turlher ordered liy said Court, that a copy
hereby be published in the Columbus l)i moernt. n
public newapn'H-r in L.nvndcs county, in said SUSie",
ior inroe monins tielo,c the said day here bv aiiixunt.
ed Ibr trial of this cause.
S. H. BUCKINGHAM, Clerk.
Feb 10, 1838-31-lliv Pr fee $18 00
State of Mississippi, Monroe Co.
Circutt Court, October Term, 1637. j
James Gai "
vs I . .
W lLLilf A. Fakris. J
day came ihe complainant ht his coun
M. sel, and it appearing to the eourt thai ivo
c ss has be'en regularly served iip.n the defendant
uooeri v. uauey, amine naving laileil to plead, an-
1 or uriimr ine am 11 i 01 comt) hunt t 1 here.
r co,p,a,!,an,i,y h?S
cou.idered by the eourt that the 'said bill of
complamt as to the said Robert C. Bailev be taken
lorconiissed, and it luithci appearing 10 the court,
that an order of pnblicuiioimvas madeal the last
term ol this court ntrainst W illis A. Farris has not
Wn publish d : Wherefore, it is ordered bv the
eourt, that publication be made for the te'tm of three
manti s in the Columbus Democrat, a newspaper
printed in the town of Columbus in Ibis State, re-
riuiring the said Willis A. Farris 10 appear befon'
the next Circuit court to be hidden for the county ol
Monroe, at the Court- Hnu.se in Alliens on the 4th
Monday of April next, then and there to plead, an
swer or demur to Itie Mid hill of romntnint. ,.thf-
,vit t,l,, ,h tal'" fT confessed, and sel
Pwrll,r bearing txtwrte against both the deftn-
danta. Issued the 1st Jsmlarsvi 839.
I Copt Attest. S. H. EUCKINGnAMs Crv
. W,7tn t lBtJTf -9 17-
- rT i?9 ecu
Stale f li-lippi, Winston Co.
T:-ii.j J. I
. Attachcvrkl 33 fr1
Ivj a). II. Wliii! ck. S
""OTICE i LenLy given that ti.e uU.te at
In hinrtit ..u. d at the RUit of the said
I 'j i.t rfaga.n Us? sai l deteudnnt tor the sum amre
tai.f.an I been r turned t t!.wiir.ce duy es-u-ir-.
sn I i is- pen. I id and un.lrteTiniiel in the Cir
cuit i-o-.rt f Winston eoontv, S!a!e of Mi-i-sippi;
sisf t! at ui.!e- I lie tij dtiendaBt ?l a'l -tp;.ir on
U-i.re the fm'th Moodjy after t.'ie foi.r h ssonday
ofArv'H lis liring the 1st day of tl.eciren:! dal'l
co.-'t fr the coi.nty e'lire-ald. tive fprcial bail and
pi. ad, jod.ment n ill tie entered air:n't t.'in. and
l .rr pe-p r'v at'f:!.ed Wiii be sold tosat.s'y the j ia.ii-t.n-
V.tn'' the clerk of U.e said Circuit court tl.e
;it ojv of nart-b, 1-3.
J AS. I'll AG AN, Clk.
3J-I.C Fr fee 7
slate of Mi.Is!ppi, Wintston Co.
U".l.!..n S. Dye, i
v. " AUacl.uient $1'j0 00
l a ah II. Whillock. )
",'0 I'lCE is hereby given that the abore ai
i. tarhment was issm o at the suit of the said
plain'..!' against ti e said defendant for ihesum afore
n I. ard l as hern returned to fins olliee duly e.xe
enred, and is no;v leiitllngand undetcriniiied in the
e rcuit court of in- ton county, Jstii'e of Mississip
p ; vn! that unlcv. the- said deli iniant II apjicar on
,.- Uil.ret'e hu::th Monday after the fourth n;ou
I'sy f A' I lT-J-, be rig the 1st day ol the circuit
court lor t' county aforcsai I, give special bail and
; cad, j i.lgn.f nt will be enteied against him, and
the pr. pcrty attached will be sold to satisfy the
pi i nr.!r drtiiands.
WitncM t;ie rleik of the said Circuit coirrt the
!!st ibiv ot narch, ls33.
JAS. PI LAG AN", Clk.
S'.Mw l'r fee $7 50
Slate of Mi-i-ippl, Winston Co.
IVail, Gay Si Co. 1
vs. Attachment C9
Thomas Jones. J
'jV'O TICE is hereby given that the above at
i litchnient was issued nt the suit of the said
pliiintifl against the said defendant as nn absconding
debtor fir the sum aforesaid, and has been returned
to this oflije duly executed, and is now jm n ding and
undetermined in the Circuit coin t of Winston coun
ty, State of Mississippi ; and that unless the said ilc-
lemlant Bhall appear on or before the fourth Mon
day alter the f mrtli Monday of Apr.l I $38, being the
I.t uay ol the circuit court lor the county aforesaid,
give special l.ail ami pit a, I, jwlgnvnt will be enter
ed against him, a d the property attached will be
sold to satisfy the pluintif!.-. demands.
Witness the cleik ol'thc said Circuit court the
7tlu!av of march, lsjs.
JAS. PIIAGAN, Clk.
S9-4w Fr be $7 50
State of .Mississippi, Winston Co.
Di nmon Files, i
97 v. Attachment for $110 00
Simeon Mixon, )
NOTICE in hereby given that the above at
tachment was issued ul the suit of the said
plainllfT against the said defendant us a removed
debtor fiir the sum aforesaid, and has been returned
to this office duly executed and is now pending and
undetermined in the circuit court of W inst ion coun
ty, state of Mississippi, and that unless the said de
fendant shall appear on or before the fitirth Munday
niter the lourth Monday nf April, 18.18 being the
first day ol the circuit court Ibr the county aforesaid,
give special bail and plead, judgment will be entei
ed against him and the property attached will be
sold to satisfy the piinntilf ' demands.
Witness the clerk of the said court the 24th day
July, 1817. JAS. PIIAGAN. Clerk.
April 7 33tl Frmtei-'B lee, 87 5"J
State of Mississippi, Winston Co.
Carlton Payne & Joseph P. Crosslcy, )
no. Itw vs. V Attachment
Josiah II. Whitlock. ) forsjclS.S 00
NOTICE is hereby given, that the nliove at
tachment us issued at the suit of the sa.d
plaintiff against the said defendant, as a removed
ili htiir, Tor the man aloresaid, and has hern returned
to this tillice duly executed and is now pending and
undetermined in the ciicuit court of Winston county,
slate of Mississippi, and that unless the said dclen'd
ant sha.l appear on or helbre the fourth Monday af
ter Ihe lourth Monday of April, 1838, being the first
day of the circuit court for the county aloresaid, give
special hail and plead, judgment will be tillered
against him, and the propel ty attached will be sold
to satisfy the paiutitl 's dtmniids.
Witness the cleik of the said court the 2-2d day of
May, l.i7. JAS. PIIAGAN, clerk.
Aptil7 37U Printer's Ice, !jl7 50
BY virtue of a writ fi.fa. that issued from the
circuit court of Winston county and to me di
rected, I will sell at the court house door in the town
ef Louisville, on Monday the seventh day of May
next, the east half of the southeast quarter of sec
tion twenty three, tiwuship sixteen, range thirteen
east, containing eighty acres moie or less, levied on
as the properly of Joim K. Hyde, to satisfy taid ex
ecution in lavor ol Christian & .Monroe. Sale with
in the hours prescribed by law. march 24. 1839.
J. II. IIARD, Sheriir.
April 7 33td printer's fee, S3 00
Sheriff "s Sale.
H Y virtue of a writ of fi. fa. that was issued
J- from the circuit ci.utt of Winston county,
and '.o me directed, I will sell at the eourt bouse
loor in the town of Louisville, on Monday, the 7th
day of May next, the northwest quarter and west
hall ol ihe north cast quarter ol section three, town
ship fifteen, range thirteen cast, levied on as the nro
perty of Wiiham Lmikford to satisty said execution
in lavor ol W illiani 31. Uozart, this '24th ol march
133. J. 11. HARDY, Sheriff.
April 7 39td Printer's fee, 5 00
She riff 8 Sale.
Y virtue of five writs of fi. fa. that issued
from the circuit court of Winston county.
and to me directed, 1 shall proceed to sell for rash
i...r. .I.A k - .1 .1 , . . v. .
ui-i.ii mc oi.ih ii..!- ooor 111 me iovn 01 1.0111s
ville, on Monaay, the 7ib day of May next, all the
right, line, claim, interest and demand that E. II
1 hoinpsoii has in and to the follow ing Town Lots,
with his Tan Yard : they are known and descgihed
aa follows, to wit: Lots number five and eiirhi in
block number three; also kit number six and seven
In block number four, levied on by said executions
two in favor of H. S. Hudspeth, one in favor of
Christian Si Monroe, one in lavor of Benj. Hyde,
and one m favor of Elizabeth R. Rose, against E.
H. Thoinivaon, this 30th day of March. IS38.
JUHM H. 1IAKDY. .Sheriff.
April 7 . 9td Printer't fee, $5 00.
"STB Y virtue of two w rits of ti. fa. ilia' is issued
M-B from the circuit court of Oktibbeha county,
and to me directed, I shall proceed to sell for cash,
rtefore the court house door, in the town of Stark-
villc on the first Monday in Mav next, all the riirhL
title, claim and interest that William B. Tate has
in and to the following described land, to wit : the
southwest quarter ami the west halt of the south
cart quarter ofteclion Seven ; west half of the muth
rant quarter of se lion seventeen, township eighteen
not ui, rauc wAicru ""..
JOHN M MOORE. Sheriff.
April 7. 1839 3915 Printer's tee, $6 00
COMMISSION MERCHV.NT, MOBILE
WnoLtSALE Gaoetasi. Commission Miiranu
jsb. J7, im-V)-im OiuTr;bTt, Mi?.
State of Mls-I-sIppi. .Monroe Co. !
Voiu'e (WI, to nt. JpnlTrr .1- O l-Z.
OS petition of Caroline I. Echo!, Admm-k-'ia!ru
of Sin eun Ft ho!.-, lute of said
county, deceased, p-ay i gf.-r dower t ihe wiJow
of viij deeaW. nd it ap:a-:nj i" the .-at.-.'jc:i'.a
ort!,er'iurt from ti.e Pj'M ol the aJ.n.n st'aliiX,
that said rsla'eis n r.iv. nl: I: is ordered by lie
court that puolication I .3de in lb t o Hi.bui De-m-icrat,
fur nix sucrrive wt' t, l '-i g aJ per--irw
in;ere-rrd in tl.e real estate of:a.J decensed. to
l and a; par at ti.e next rt g-.lar temi ol t:.i coi n,
to be i.oiden at lie court I uiis in A thins, in said
county, on the firnt Monday in July r xt, and shew
cause'ifany, why the la lance of the rea' est ite of
said deceased shonlj not W ordered hir sale to pay
the debts of mi J estate. The follow ing desrr.lxd
luts in the town of Athens is ti e whu.e of tl.e ual
rstate of which said Echols du d Seized, to Wit: Lot
imn.ber lour and five in b'ock BumUr fiiur, lot nt.m
her six, each rontairnng oi.e lourth of an ace. A s)
kit number four in block number t vo. cuniaiii.ng
one f mrtli of an acre. Also one ha. fact: lot, on
which the :abies belonging to the tavern, are situa
ted. Witness the Honorable RicBirD DiLVfOKTH. pre
siding Judge of tiid couit. Laued ihe 1th of April,
A:t. st, D. II. MORG AN, Clerk.
April 14, 139 40:6 Printer's fee, U 00
BY firtuo of two writs of fi. fa. issued fmm
the circuit court nf Winston count) ct No
femlier term of said court, 1637, and to me directed,
I wt.I sell al the court bouse in the town of Louis
vilie, on Monday the 21st day of May next, all the
right, title, claim, inUrest and demand that Lewis I
Fanville has in and Io the following descnlied kilaol
land, lyinij joining the town p,i.n of Louisville,
known aa lots number 1, 2, 3, 4, Sand C, ivhieh
contains two acres each, and lots number 7, 8. 9, 10,
11, 12, 13, 14 and 15, containing limr acres each, all
levied on as the property of said Fanville, to satisfy
an execution in favor of 1. Doibon and one in favor
of J. J. L G. W. Thomason, iie. fkc.
JOHN H. HARDY, Sheriff.
April 10, 1839. 40i.30J Printer's fee,, 3 00
BY virtue of a writ of fi. fa. issued from the
circuit court of Winston county at Novein
lier term of siid court, 1837, and to mc directed, I
will sell at the court house in Louisvii.e. on Monday
the 21st day of May next, all tiierlght, title, claim,
interest anil demand, that John Uagan has in and to
the following described land. In wit: the east hall
of the northeast quarter of section twenty five, town
ship fourteen, range fourtten east wliich contains
eighty acres, more or less, levied on as the property
oi sam Kagnn, to satistv an executu n in lavor of
1 nomas Jones, this loth day of A pi il 1838.
JOHN ll. HARDY, Sheriff.
April 14. 40.130 Printer's fee, 3 00
"MIOTIC E is hereby given, that in pursuance
an orilcr ol the t'tobnte court of Lowndi;.-
county, made at the March term, the undersigned
wi i proceed to sell to the highest hidder, on the 12lh
day of May next, in the "town of Nashville, on a
credit until the first of January next, alt I lie real
estate (except the vidiv's dmve'i) lieUrJicing to ihe
estate ol John J Lewis, iiec d. to wit : Lots XV o. 3
and 4, in square No 2; and Lots No 25 and HO, in
square No 5. Note, with approved security, will be
required of the purchaser.
The property to he sold eonsisis of a stare-house
of a convenient size, and well arratfged for transact,
ing a mercantile business; tf tailor shop well arran
ged Ibr curving on that business; a grocery ot
small ware house and perhaps a hlacksm th shop.
Any person wishing to engage in cither of the
above named branches of business, would no doubt
do well to attend the s ile.
THOS. J.LEWIS, Adm'r.
Nashville, A-ril 12. 1838 40i3
GenM. Laud Olliee, Feb. 13, 1S38.
NOTICE is hereby given that the public sale,
of land, advertised to tuke place nt the fi.l
lowing limes and places, by proclamations of the
President of the United Stales, bearnur date the
twenty-ninth day of November, 1838, to wit:
IN 'I HE STATE OF ALABAMA.
AtMardisville.on Monday the 12th day of Marc
At Montgomery, on Monday the 7th day of May
Al Sparta, on Monday the 5th day of March next.
At St. Stephens, on Monday the 19th day ot March
At Cahaba, on Monday the 2d day of April next.
m 1 iiBcnioosa.onoiohuay the Ititlnlay of April next.
in uiintNviiie, on Moiuxiy the am day ol April next.
IN THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI.
At Chocchuiiia, on Monday the 14th day of May
At Columbus, on Monday the 7ih day of Mav next
are postponed until further notice.
Uy order 0! the President of the United States:
JAS. WHi rCOMB.Ccmmtjsiontr. ,
march 10, 1838 35-10w
riIIE partnership heretofore existing between
-H- the subscribers under the firm of J- N.
V AL I OM & CO. expired on the first day of Jan
uary, 1833. JOSIAH N. WALTON.
Cotton Gin Port, March 21, 1338 37-tf.
The business will be continued bv the subscriber
on his own account. He will -continue to keen on
hand a largo and general assortment of Dry Goods,
l... . .. ll.. I n .... ...... '
uroceries, naruware, etc. winch lie will sell on aa
good terms as can be found at any establishment in
tl.e county. JOSIAH N. WALTON.
NOTICE is hereby civen to all persons indebted
to the late firms of J. N. Walton tk Co. Walton k
Daggett, or Daggett &. Walton, that all account
and notes, not settled by the first of March, will be
put in the hands ofan ollicer for collection, without
respect to persons.
People's line of 1st ages for Auguta
NOTICE to Travellers going North
This splendid line of four horse post couch
es is in successful operation, and runs daily between
Montgomery, Alabama, and Augusta, Ueorgia. Pas
senger can be assured of more comlisrt and expe
dition ny tins hue than any other now runmng to
Augusta. The conipnny have snared neither pains
nor expense to procure ihe best l'rov built coaches,
excellent and Wi ll trained horses, experienced, sober
ana caremi anvcrs.
TO avoid impositions repeatedly practised on the
travelling community by contractors at all times cra
ving a monopoly, passengers will be careful goimr
North not to lake their, passage farther than Mont
gomery, on any other intersecting line, where they
will at all times have a preference on the People's
line for Augusta.
This line runs 45 mile on the Augusta and Alb
ens rail road, which will land passengers iu Augusta
ahead of the mail Line several hours. 6
n '., . 'Aget -or the company.
Office Montgomery, Ala. ,mar SI, 1838, 33v"l
mil L Note and Accounts of Dr. Mahme
have been left with the subscriber for col
lection r BHe may at all timet be found si the Com
mercial Bank. . - a : utju
Feh.3.1333-30tf - . EiR.
milE public ate hereby cautioned r,rraimd
trjjns for a nose (uow in ,1,. Und ol ,.
Feb 1, 18. THOS. D CONNELL.
Gin I tiins II Gin::'
rtr it l- i ..M....
r M iiii. 3"ii-.ei iuri ."iiiu iio'-riii tt,.
he h.u established an tvt:.,nr ,
Mac-orc:cry in the tr ra 6t Lw. 5r.'e-
wo'i!;, Mn Having spared no rair.s t, ..-
last e.x nionihs in tearchuig for the t si
and l.atinj hsd miich ex;eritnce in thu "
l. f. r- r-.: rt l.e sfjill is . '
tan to id nho mat t-at-ontae tun.
be rr.in!e of Ca. ar.d Germsn fee! rcnr.-rV'
Ixst of U xmg, and he wi.l be able to tLrru-i,
P -t. -
in tin e tor t:.e next co'ron cup.
r rrv IIA u . ' i
the puh ic m ge nerai
to call at hi FVyr
He would furtker .'-1.5
amine for themselv
ht. I. .-),.'.......,., .1 fi.m liw.rf--. l. s
II ill I l v '- . T nsE
Jan. 0, l-:i-?-I-tf
Pleasant I1II1 Aeeademies,
rWlir cnl..rrl., r I.,, nr.im.l . t. i
5,.... ...... --.r..-u -'mie ar-i
1 . l- I 1 - ... I . r- -s;
-- rtinaie .icaiieniv, si. nines l.si nr p
ensviue, anil live cut" mci oi tarritna t
two Institutions are wt:r !y eepaiate. Thr
is under bis ou a direction, and the latter aa '!
of Mr. G.
l'he Male Academy cons!.sti of two depanm-.
i . . .,rr. ,,.... ..r "
ailij me idii.i'i niuw.1 j' i oiw;u u live, Ulyg-j
U1C US ti:".ii.s.
Cuss l.Siehing, Reading and Writing ft; i
l'i... ...i.k 4 -1.1 . .- '
t iic ii ii t- n mi i iiiuiiei.c r.ag
lish Grammar, ElcmcnU of ILstory a;, j
Class 1. Ancient and Modern History and
Geography combined, Astronomy, Belies-
.. t. ...... i i
leuers, voiupofiiuoii aim ueciamanon. a
ft t... I...- . i-.i - C . -I . . .
K la 55 a. oiuoies ui uie irsi ciusk coinpk ted,
Algvbra, Geography, Natural and Moral
i hilosophV jq n
IwLSSS 3. OUIilU'S OI IliP BCCOIiil ciaft cem.
pleted, Mental Philosophy, Chemistry and
rohticai r.conomy. 55 $
Languag" a, Latin, Greek or French. 25 j
The course of instruction in the Female AcadeniT
is similar, but less extensive in some bianchra. w
will coi tain some additional branches. I'ruvi5,rt
will Ite made lor the dillerent 1 ranehes of orniirid.
tal Education in the Female Academy, so ton M
the nnmts-r of pupila will warrant the" expense.
Boarding will be provided fbr yiung Lilin ki
.1.- 1 .. 1 L.. HI- 'P . '
111c fiiuseiiuei, auu uy inr. itrryior youiigntj,
as low us uie expenses wilt pel mil.
R. S. GLADNEI,
Pleasmt Hill, March 24th. 1 S3S. 87-tf.
0O The Tuscaloosa Flag of the L'liionatid )
Noxubee Times, will pb ase copy the above form
weeks, and send a copy of the paper with the UWtc
me ai rickcusviiic Ala.
r j!HE subscribers have this day formed aCc
partnership under the firm of Fronklkl
Brother, far the purchase and sale of merchant!
generally, under the act entitled "an act to aml-
ise the establishing ofliinihd partnerships within lit
State." Sidney S. F1auU.11 and John A. Fianfc
ol Columbus, lire the general partners, and Yi
S. Hastie ol New Yoi5 is the sm-cial partner'
as such has contributed towards the common Mi
of the concern, the sum of Ten Thousand 'oMirs
cash, paid copartnership to commence on (fte 51,1
day ol jtlarc.il, jssa, and terminate on the 2nd dat
ol March, 1841. '
SIDNEY S. FRANKLIN,
JOHN A. FRANKLIN.
ILLIAM S. HASTIE.
Columbus, march 2, 1138. 4.gmi
CO- The Mississipuinn at Jackson will niihiu.kii
hove Ibr six weeks, and Ibrwaid tl leii fii-i-inmi .1,
Franklin Jd. Brother,
SS. FIt.V.NKLlA being desirous of closing I
the business conducted in his indiridiul
miiiic, all persons indehted to him previous to Ik
ist January, i-05, will mease ca am sell t t
accounts. All unsettled 011 tho 1st April nciu!
ue piaceti 111 ine nanus 01 an olhci r fur collection.
march 10, 1838 35tl .
.Mississippi . oney rs. the World !
A SECOND Sale of Lots will lake pfactia
the Town of Warsaw, Sumter County. Ala.
on Friday, ihe 27th nf Apiil, 1939, at which tine
and place, all the unsold lots will he disposed of on
a credit of one and two -tears from this dale. Pu
shtu wishing to muke iuvcs.inenls in ih.s iliniialli
Village, Will do well to avail themselves of this i:sl
opportunity, as ihe sale will he positive and wittait
reserve, in order to close the concern.
W ARSAW 'possess; many advantagrt nveril-
most all other shipping points on the west side if
the lomhigby, being located on a beautiful mud
tilntl, adjacent to the most fertile lands on laitl,
watered by the best of Ireestone sprint's, and not
surpassed for health by any place on the river. I
I here has been about six thousand hales of Colin"
.shipped from tiie landm? tins season, and a faif
pr- speet tor double that quantity in the next two
years, i he proprietors will demand 5 per cini i
cash on the amount of ptuchast s wliich will be re
ceived in that " scourge of the earth," Muntsiffi
April, 7, 1833 39w3
CC. & J. G. BALDWIN, Attoksim.t
Law, will in future intend the courts of
Kemper, Newton, Winston, Noxuliee, Oclilw
and Columbus,. Mississippi, and of iSumpter
Pickens, Alabama. Business entrust d to their caff
ill be transacted with all possible dispatch. The
Junior partner will attend particularly to the co!!-
11011 01 claims) in .Mississippi.
Address Cornelius C. Baldwin, Gainesville, i
barna, or Joseph G. Baldwin, De Kafb, Ktinpf
Beirkc, F AWctTT k Co. Gainesville, ) ., ,
O'Neil, Michaix & Co. Mobile, Alabana-
Dr Weir, Prcs't Commercial Caiik,
A. G. Wkib, Esqr.
Gainesville, march 31, 193I.
) M ississippi.
TIIE Books, Notes and Accounts of (htlu
firm of Moore & Curler, and of Jm"
Carter Ik Co. are this day placed in mv bands for
collection, and must be settled immediately witlio"'
defalcation. Myv-lf or agent, who are "alontW
thorized to make settlements, will be fiiutid"i'
uines uunng me day at Moore and Carteriiw
stand, two doors west of the Eagle Hotel.
April 6, 183S-39U V!VL L. MOORt
$30 OOO On Personal Security
TIIE Notes" and Accounts due the latest
of Pearl. Giv fc C. bnvn been oUcw
in my hands Ibr colleciion. TIipv tuill oofifreeto he
put in suit ou the rr day of February next, ii-1
paia Dvrere uiat date.
SAM. F. BUTTERWORTH
Jan 10, 1838. 27tf
TBI HE subscriber particularly request all J1
-"- sons having unsettled accounts with lb"11
Call at their former Counting room, and close ttif
by note or otherwise.
We have also 6 or 8000 dollars worth of
which we wish to sell at wholesale. ,,
UlTKGEsS k THOMPSUr.
ColumbusMarch 24th, 1938. 37-tf.
THE rartner--hiii heretofore existing b'1
the undersigned as merchants, undef
firm of Whiton &. Hullrt, is this day d'1.."''
iimiiial rotweiit. Ail ihone indebted to sanl i11"..
W hiton k Hulbert, sre requested 10 call on i-jr
Whiton, who alone is authorized to Collect sw
ccipt for the debts due us.
LORING HI LFLRT
Fcbr-iarr 1, ISSS.-.tCtf