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person by the name of Saucer S af ford, was yesterday brought before Re corder Bertus, charged with having n 50 counterfeit Treasury note in his possession. Mr. Stafford had some ten or twenty $10 bills on the "Coffeeville (Miss.) Bank," of which it appears he is Cashier and President. By splitting his name, Mr. S. accomplishes two designs; for one part of the bills alluded to, may be seen UJ. Saucer, Cashier," and on an othe r, "J. Stafford President. Despite of his financial economy, Recorder Bertus sent the soi disant cashier of the Cof feeville Bank to the Parish Jail. Cres. City. EV ORLEANS MONEY MARKET. Specie. The demand for Mexican Dollars for exportation continues good at 4 per dent, premium. Customhouse Funds have occasionally been sold 4 less; but in small sums the same rate as for Dollars is obtained. Dimes and half Dimes are more abun dant, but the rates have not given way- Havnna Exchange is now at par, ;,nd we may look for a corresponding improvement in Doubloons. Retail sales of Spanish have been made as high as si 7. Treasury Notes. J. S. Treasury Notes arc scarce and wanted for remit tances. Municipality continuesin demand with out change in rate. Nothing doing in Texas. Bank Notes. We have heard of no operations in the Bank of the United States. Not much Alabama in market and no change of rate. Tennessee is srarce,and brokers sell rapidly at 6 discount. Western has declined since last week, and brokers are glad to obtain the highest of our quotations. Should the Ohio and Upper Mississippi freeze up and continue frozen for two months, Western paper will decline further. In Mississippi there is little doing, and the tendency of the market is downward. A sale of about $7,000 Un ion Post Notes not endorsed was made at 22 cents: endorsed IB months ago are offered at 25 cents. Agricultural is offered at 2d to 30 discount; Planters abuui the same; Grand Gulf could not be forced on the market at u better rate than 40 discount; Commercial Rail Road Vicksbug has been sold at 20 cts., forced on the market in urge sums will sot bring 4 cents. New Orleans Bul letin. fro. . the New Orleans Currcs;mlcncc of tlic Vicksburg Whig. The following spirited resolutions were under discussion in the legislature of North Carolina, at the latest dates. Iey are the first distinct manifes tation of Southern feeli ng on the sub jeel : Ilrsolved, That when the Scales en trusted the Federal Goverurncot with the powers of declaring war and making peace, ol regulating commerce, and in ternational intercourse, the) did .so mi ilea the solemn assurance, that these powers would be ex'ercised, not only in vindicating the Federal honor, but for the protection of each and every S-.atc in this Union, from foreign aggression, directly, open or disguised. Resolved, That the conduct of Great Britain, in detaining and searching our ships on the high seas, during a time of peace her refusal to indemnify our cit izens for their slave property, cast away by perils of the sea on the West India provinces, and there emancipated her arrogant interference in the Amistud caseher approval of the conduct of her subjects, who violated our neutrality, by an armed invasion of the territory of ne of the sovereign States of this Con federacy and her tardiness to come to a peaceable adjustment of the North Eastern Boundary, manifestly show on her part either a reckless disregard for the federal honor, or a deliberate inten tion to provoke, hy a series of aggres sions, the disruption of our friendly re lations Resolved. That ihn nraotine of Great Britain, detaining and searching our snips for slaves, on the high seas, and her determination to emancinate them hen cast away within her territories, without authority, or a special conven tion to tlmt effect, if not at once rebuked na arrested, will grow to a precedent u.v which she and other nations may here afor, under the same false pretences, at 'fcrnpi to interrupt the commerce in slaves oetween this and other States in this Con federacy. Resolved, That our Senators and Rep "csentivesin Bongress, be requested to Urge through the Federal Executive, an immediate demand on the British Govern ment, for indemnification or restitution f the property of citizens of the Uni ted States, wrongfully destroyed or de tained by her authority, and a prompt ad)ustment with herof all the differences that threaten the peace of the two coun ''es.the rights of the slave holding States 'n particular. How much success inspirits the timid. 1 here are papers, whose still voice was nl heard in the Anti-Bond contest, who are becoming manful champions 10 "s defence. The current sets that ay the majority has spoken, the . oubters are convinced, and the hesitat lng emboldened. Had the resylt been the olher way,'thev would have taken the "Recourse. "Treason does son, lit! never prosper, what's the rea- prosper, none dare call it treason. Nalekea Courier. Nine States in n Day. Some gentlemen on board the steamed Diamond the other day, were convers ing about the wonderful powers of steam, the great facilities it had given for travelling, Azc. One gentleman re marked that a man might leave New York in the Morning, and arrive the same night in Baltimore, thus being in five States in one day. "Only five, is it ye say?" said an Irish man present, "and it'sme'self who was in nine States on Monday last." The company were incredulous, and called on Paddy to explain how such a thing could be possible, which he did as follows : "Well, ye see, gentlemen, I was mar ried in New York last Monday morning at 6 o'clock, and went with my dear Bridget to Haltimore the same day, and sure before I got there, I was after get ting as drunk as a baste, so you persave I was in the State of New York,the State of Sobriety, the State of Single Blessed ness, the State of New Jersey, the state of Connubial Felicity, (that's what ye call matrimony,) the S ate of Delaware, tha State of Maryland, and the State of Intoxication, all in oneday,and tha whole of which was owing to the powers of stane. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. Madison County. Madison Circuit Court JVorember Term, A.D. 1841. Elizabeth Barlow ) vs V Richard II. Rarlow. ) In Chancery. Rill for Divorce. And now, to-wit, on the 27th clay of November. A. I). 1341. - "This day came the complainant lv Attorneys, and it appearing to the satis faction of the Court that the said defend ant, Richard H. Barlow, is not a resident of the State of Mississippi, but resides be yond the jurisdiction of this Court: It is therefore ordered that unless said defend ant do appear here on or before the first day of the next term of this Court and plead, answer, or demur to the complain ant's bill, ti e Court will take the: same for conessed, and decree accordingly It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published in the "Mississippi Creole, (a weekly newspaper publisher in the town ol Canton in this Stale.) for th.rteen weeks successively." A true copy from the minutes of said Court. Attest: VVM. MONTGOMERY, Clerk. By Henry R. Coultek, D. C. Law-son & Ford P. Q. December 18, 1841. Pr. fee Js28. 30-13 Groceries asicl Produce. npHE suliscrib rs have just received a filli supply of Groceries and Pro duce on consignment, among which are the. following articles, viz: Brown Stigar, Loaf Sugar, 3 fpialities, Havana and Rio Coffee, Molasses, Fresh Uice, Mess Mackerel, Bacon Sides and Shoulders, Canvassed Hams, Leaf Lard. Sp -rm and Tallow Candles, Soap, Starch, Havana Segars, Regalias, Caones'&c. Honey Dew and Common Tobacco, 6 c ,-ks L. ndon Porter in epi arts and pints, Philrnlnlphia i orter and Ale in quarts and pints, 10 firkins fresh Goshen Butter. best Old Otard Brandy, Old Irish Malt Whiskey, Holland Gin, Monongahela Whiskey, Common Whiskey, Brandy and Gin, Nails of all sizes'. &c. &c. Bagging, Rope, Twine and Gunny Bags. All of wh'-ch we will sell very low for Cash or Cotton. LAUGHLIN & SEARLES, Commission Merchants, Levee street, Vicksburg. December 17, 181 30-3 BAGGING-, BALE ROPE, &c. THE subscriber has in store on con signment, and offers for sale, on ac commodating terms, the following arti cles, viz: Kentucky Bagging and Bale Rope, East India Bagging, Gunny Bags, Grass Rope, Baling Twine, Lowell Cottons, Whitney Negro Cottons. Kentucky Linseys and Jeans, Russet Brogans. JNO. C. TURNER, Agent, Jackson street. Vicksburg, Sept. 17, 1841. N. B. I am always prepared to make liberal advances on Cotton shipped to my friends Duncans McAlister & Co. New Orleans. J- C. T. September 25, 1841. 184m STRAYED,- F ROM the subscriber, four miles south of Canton, about the 10th or 15th September last, a dark brown or bay stud mule, about 3 years old, unusually tall for his age. A liberal reward will be given for his delivery tome, or for any information so that I can get him again. JOHN H. CHEATHAM. Nov. 18, JI84JL 26-tf Canvased Hams. WUST received by the undersigned, " from Cincinnati, a lot of supeior Canvassed Hams a choice article. H1LZHEIM & CO. nov 20 26-tf NOTICE. fMlHE undersigned respectfully inform the citizens of. Madison and Yazoo counties that they have established a House in Satartia, for th purpose of do ing a general Receiving and Forwarding bnsiness. A supply of Groceries, Bag ging, Rope, &c.,will be kept constantly on hand. GILES. PAUL & ROEB. aug 28 14-8m NEW GOODS. ruHR i.-vi0,giicu uaa juai rccBivcu j ya oicamer nugusia, a large quan- my oi groceries, rrovistons, and other articles for plantation use, among which are the following: 1U Mids Sugar, 8 'bbls Loaf Sugar, 10 bbls Molases, 20 Sacks Coffee, 30 Sacks Salt, 25 bbls Whiskey, 10 hhds Hams, Sides and Shoulders, 5 bbls Sperm Oil, 30 bbls Flour, 100 pieces Bagging and Rope, 5 bales Gunny Bags, 25 kegs Lard, 2 pipes fine Old Brandy, 5 cases Shoes Broans, 2 bales Blankets, 5 bales Linseys Jeans, 2 bales L-owels, Which he offers at the lowest market prices. Friends from the country are re spectfully invited to give us a call. F. CLARK. LEVEE STREET. Vicksburg, Oct. 30, 1841 23-tf JUST RECEIVED, BY the undersigned, 30 hhds. Bacon, 10 do. Sides, 10 do. Shoulders, 10 do. Hams. For sale at the lowest market price, by F. CLARK. Levee street Vicksburg. Dec. 4, 1341. 28-tf l j A XV NOTICE FOR. TEXAS. J. PINCKNEY HENDERSON. Counsellor and Attorney at Law, HASlocated himself at Sua A ugugtine Tex as, and will attend promptly to all busi ness of importance which may be entrusted to him from abroad, in any of the Courts of the Re public. References: Mess-s. MrTZ &, Henderson, Cunton, Mu$: Mr. W.m. Brian, Tex iaij Consul, .V. Orltaiu. . June 12, 1841. . 3-6m. JUST IZECEIlEn Y the undersigned, directly from the North, a splendid assortment of Clothing, consisting of tine Cloth Dress and Frock Coats, Gentlemen's Tarns, Vests, " Boston W rappers, Roundabouts, Cloaks, Over-coats, Youth's Clothing; And every acticle in the line; together with a fine article of Carpi'tiiag, Heartfi-rugs, Flannels, MAnstys Jeans, fflankeJs, Cassi meres, atti n ets. ALSO A lot of TIN-WARE, assorted, All of which will be sold at the lowest possible prices-. VHJLLZHE1M 5t CO. net 30 83-tf CAXTOX FEMALE K ADE iV. - rglHE MISSES PATRICK have open - ed a School in this place for the in struction of voting ladies in ail tha branches pertaining to a polite and fin ished education, including the usual rou tine of English studies, together with Drawing, Painting, Music, French, Em broidery, and all kinds of tine needle work. Canton, Oct 30, 184 1 .23-tf STATE OP M I9SI8SI V P I , MADISON COUNTY. )Y the Probate Court of said county: To all persons interested in the lands tenements and hereditaments of Malcolm Clark, deceased, greeting : You are hereby cited to appear before the! Probate Court of said county at a regu lar term thereof, to be holden at the Court House of said county, on the fourth Monday of January next, then and there to shew cause if any you have, why said Court should not then order and decree that the lands, tene ments of said deceased to be sold, viz: the east half of the north-west quarter, of section eight; west half south-east quarter, and south half east half of the south-wt st quarter,section five, township eight, range two west. Witness the Honorable Wil liam S. Bailey, Judge of spa t.. rrohate ot sain ronntv. I ) the fourth Monday of Xo- -0 vember, in the year or our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-one, and seal of said Court. Issued the 22d day of November, 1841. JOHN T. CAMERON, CPk. Cauton, December 4th, 1841. 28-6t prs. fee $14. RAl L. ROAD XOTICE BOOKS for the subscription of stock in the Canton and Jackson Rail Road Company, are opened pursuant to the act of Assembly of the State of Mississippi, incorporating the same and approved 5th Feb. 1841, and will remain open until the stock is taken, pursuant to the requi- sitionsofthe charter. Persons wishing to subscribe can do so, by applying ou Saturdays and Mondays at the office of John B. Howcott in the town of Canton where one or more of the commissioners can at all times be found, and the terms of subscription made known. JO'S. J. PUGH, JO'S. COLLINS, L. M. GARRETT, W. R. CHAMBERS, J. H. ROLLINS, JAMES WYLEY, J. B. HOWCOTT. Commissioners. June, 26, 1841. 5-U HILZmriM a rn a A Va just received a of w at Jam rant aaa i or most every description, from New York. Philadelphia, Boston and other northern Cities, which they will sell extreme! low, among which are the following, viz : Kentucky Jran & Liuew A fine aAortmeat of Saddle, Bi iJI-. Martingales, ft. saddle Baft. A fine assortment of Hats and Cap of the latest rastvons. Lowells at 10 eeats per yard aad other Domestics from 8 to 9 teat. A general assortment of beautiful Calico. Herinot'. ilk Satins, and iHnrtj Ua t tike re h i eft. BOOTS. SHOES, it BROGWS Of every description. Also a bea lot of L O T II I Mi , And other articles too numerous to aaea tion. Canton, Oct. 16, 1341. 2l-tf EST RAYS of MADISON roast?. FBI A KEN up by John Bishop. bar horse no mark or brand, hip sfcoM about fourteen hands high. Appraised to n50. Taken up by Eti Nichols, a bay mare, about three years old, four white feet, a, small white spot in the fact-, about hir- teen and a hall hands high. p ; raised s to 25. Taken nnkw O II P TV; klvl mare mule, short tail, right eve k'ind, ! Xoremfcer ter no brands perceivable, some marks oMkie grue will km i by the collars, a! o -a iW murk. : . a. praised to S25. 1 Waul Maty Taken up by J. T. Edtuooddoo. a dark I Om Mmdjf, t mare mule, eight or nine years old, no! ; bwv Mlt marks or brand. Appraised to $30. KhU roe Taken up by Charlrs Moore, a brows Nua4 wU 6e o horse, sixteen hands higrt, twelve years IK-ury L. LKw old, racks and trots.no brands or marts Tero mim perceivable. Appraised tt 540. t pareaaser l j Ta up bv Bt nnett R. Trulv. a small bay mare, far or live rears mm star in tier face, right bin i foot arhita, no marks or brands. Appraised a .27 50. A!r-, a mouse cul red boiss omac, abont five years oi l. fourteen and a h . hands high, no mark or brwrj-. p- i prais-. l to 9o5. j. a. T. - i rr. Canton, Nov. 21 u 1 34 1. 2t-3.. it N trust's iu . S Ranszi r of Mad isaa countr. I wit! ohVr kr aala at the Court House door in the town of Canton, Out lie laj 'Ummm UJmmwm IMS. T:ic following projierty taken up as as tray s, viz: One black mare, aged about (bar years, taken up by John B. Wci--ham. Appraised .o .v!5. tne b:iy horse, tukca bi J. C d !:.!. ab.'T. . y. ....!. A;-ra:s.-d to C50. One yellow bay korse, takci uu bv Luke J,.h:-..,. tibo-.:: x irs aU. WW teen hands high. A;traL.-d ;o 65. One chesnut sorrel horse, taken uabv'f Soothe n Toley, arut sevea or easjatt years ol I. ibirteen or foartcn ha. ids aiga.t Appraised to n;40. One sorrel horse, taken up by J. Lee, about 15 hands high, nine or ten years! old. Appraised to 69. One sorrel horse about five or stsT years old, taken up by Woa. Hoy. Ap-j praised to s"40.' One cow and ralf, taken up by Wm. Tucker, aboat ten years oil. Appraises)! to S10. One cow, taken up by Kinsman De BU vine, about nine or lea years old. Ap-f "" prai sed to $ 10. j too, a One brindle beifer, takes up by V. . Nichols, two years old. Appraised -o $5- itber l One hog. taken up by E- F. Dev ine,-tnt,r about three vears old. Appraised JfaJI S3. . f One brown mare, taken up WnuiVraki Whttsett, nine or ten years old, blind. Appraised to 1. Persons-having the above describedj property in their posssessioo, are hereby s notified to bring it forward ou the day of J sale, or they will be dealt with as the law f directs. i i Tit Rjvrr aatai Ranger of Madison coaafy. Canton, Nov. 20, 1841 26-ts DissoL.rTioN. T HE firm of PREWETT & HAN COCK, was this dav dissolved. Those indebted to them will please call in.t fttlp. nnA if tf'.-rt he anv hav nr (Jlilllll. UUlUJl 111 III wbi ywwm. nrcsent them immediately to the under- i 1 mm m iftoinet fi n tkaw aartll r lsA aw " M. N. PREWETT. Canton. Julv 21st 1841. 9-:f Land Tor Sale. THE plantation, on which Col. R. M W illiamCAn wwiliAa iMtiii' im aff If I l I I UlllOUII 1 WtUUJ VVU-l-7tiU VA eight hundred eighty acres, about fire hund red of which is cleared, and in a high i state of cultivation, with a good dwelUag j house, mill and negro cabins. For terms! and description apply to Col. Williamson ' on the premises. JAMES WALKER. of Tennecsew. nov 15 1841 25-Tt JOB PRlATlAf.'. OP ALL DKSt airTlOVs K iTLr Et'l'TED AT TU1S OPrtCS. I VH.Hl.n Hvw: 15 1511 FRIERSQN, DALE & GO ( .'mini- L II. I TVa. 1 J. K iOMlMlfUi MLK. V virtaeef aa ocwer aa m a n cwaaar at talWwawp ae e Law a ta 10 I pi 1 i wal at 1 . . Cat avt. aaai BaAftr be Sat i aVaaj i tbr tra taa I ed, ht wit: The ao ; the east bait .of -i t the seat f aad tareatv aad vouib aaat aaa raat af lot aaaabar aw of aeeisaa ber .. se to, lot aasaber fee. o hall oi the aorta north half of taa a-wet aaaxtrr l Haj acres, be tha wttb aswwaawa an. a rtt v . aa nm ibsi as aaa1 ua asai, arall t;rcrrt, of aa m jo HI J m tWy e- rtmmimtimm mmwtr 1kWt?.ll4l ; sWt aot.ee. " "! UmmK law ! Wo bawe a Urpr aad f OTZ, MITTHU-L & CO. 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