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Tin f-:;.n ! ' :, i , . ( f A V i .' a i.v tiiir" , ( Tin hem ". i i'-'ii n '.' '. f i I i' TVv Inc. ! .;. r. f.r' ! r 'i v.'-''. As 1 1 1 ! ili'' lium.. .i !. " ' ; Aln'it.i'"! :i! '1 t:ic i' I The j hca'aoed of the mm! Tlfv pa"r 'he f 1 i'l'M'iii;1 !rn vr. " c'U Which in lli'i deep li.n I ii And cli.unit their nvv i'ul hymns abo".t 'i'lic watching lulis of cuih. Til'' green earth srnd i's incepc up From every mountain .'lur.n Ei-o;n every llowrr and dewy cup That greetcth the sunshine. The mists are lific 1 from the rills, Like the white wm of prayer ; They lean above the ancient inil. As doing homage there. The forest-tops are lowly cast O'er breezy hill and glen, As if a prayerful spirit pass'd On nature as on men. The clouds weep o'er the fallen world, E'en as repentant love ; Ere, to the blessed breeze uni'uiTd, They fade in light above. The sky is as a temple's arch, The blue and wavy air Is glorious with the spirit-march. Of messengers at prayer. The gentle moon, the kindling sun, The many stars are given, As shrines to burn earth's incenre cn, The altar-fires of Heaven! Fatal Conflagra tion" ox tiii: Sa GL'ENY, CaXAIU. Oil the dih hist., ' and while the people at the new suleinciu on the Chez Marse were c'eami,' their ; lands, and burning the refuse, in e wind coming on to blow furiously, the flamvs were carried along the ecltiainent, (!es-j troy in houses, hit iis,ca.i!e, seed, grain, ' agricultural implement?, crJ:,-., r.nd reaching tlie village, at the isioh of the ! river, destroyed every house there, in cluding the Catholic, Clusrch, and two extensive mills. The fire continuing a mile further, round to the ( J rand Day village, also destroyed neatly ni! the ' houses there. Tlie number of people left houseless, and without the menus of sowing their lands, is estimated at about 3,000. , j PniVATniTJNO. The Washington Union says: "A vessel purporting tn ' sail under a Mexican flag can scarrelv pass into a Mexican port, because it; may be blockaded. What, then, will ; she do with any prize she may' make? j She cannot carry the captured vessel in-1 to any other port for condemnation ; and , if she undertakes to condemn the prize ct sea, without going into an admiralty court for adjudication, she acts like a pirate, and would be treated as such." A Boston letter states that FuTr.n C. I5rooks, Esq., father-in-law of the lion. Edward Everett, and the richest man of Boston, has sent a draft to the govern-; ment of Harvard college, fur the sum of 10, 000, to be appropriated tohuiiding n new hous-3 for the residence of the Pros- -ident of thst institution. The house now occupied by President Everett is ! situated in a very dusty and n;-h-y nvt;ir-: ter of the city, and is very unsuitable for a scholastic mansion. i, .i i 1 1 . 1 1 r.vi) I .!!... . i 1 I i i o, 1 't , i i . i 'i in i.i o" , o ' i ' I ' I r, v I'. 'i ... ' . n' I' 1 I ; I - I '. i I :I I'"!:' " ,11 ill '11,11 inlhni f V V I I. ' l II.'. --x ' ' 1 1 1 i li-i ,i ! . si'lllioVV I " I li.n i!i-( a - ! . -. ni ii. w. ; i u : -v i. utcr II, i 'Ol-'.y I" I ('!,. Iter M'U'h half li'H ih-e; M or. V.t (J. W. IIAKI.OU' K c-ic i ii vl; r., J-iiiii n v, I'll. Vor pttl!hhin'i i'l the Imril f A" II in in k; . i i:. ; 7 i y y 'I ( (!! f 'f!H. i . . . .... .. ! I I 'M ' , I I n . 1 1 w i.i:ii" m:.-ti.- i , I I .l 0 H I I w " " i'.e. Kuli', , i,. i' .ii i nit. i : i: fi" r. I,,,.!. ;',i v ,i,' r, m.!'- i , f iu-i1' r ' i. .,!, i, r .m.v Ki ,.! vl t"! l."'ry ,-:,t V, Ininn In'", '"ii'.poMnK Miclis, Cha-o-, I'nil -vvv. mt cle net evniry tor n l'rinim:: HI ce. "ie T)T''. whlf h ari' caM in in nti entirely new ft-i a .n l.'M tM EIAHt.i: I I VI it AM aoi i; ntt. Ill, I. Ill til' I II 1.1 Ml?. r'ita.n, t.;''r :nnl illrttUiil cure for Avne i't.l VtMV, In li'l ill VBI nl I. 'i ni--. I', ", mi tMillem '1'uniii 111 1 l l Ma, i',iliil.Ut.i:i il ilie Ileait. J.nf. of Ippctitc, IN c u ra ! v i u , N'eivom n nti oilier liue.isrt uhii h nri:v I'rinn n weak and ile- Jif 111 IK'U' IIH'llHi ' .t ;n id' II ll'l I .' I lj ,.. .( I.' .'.'I, it icfj-njit r, KOSTII KKO (i!iiO,!!LE. The I'liiicl States of Ameiie.i isa :',:;i rouii'.ry the Siaie of ?l j - i i j p i a i-irat .tale tin' ooiuiiv of Attala an eat oiiiny 1 ... .. . - i i.i. ail.t IlH' ll'HI) I'l IVtT'.llM.,!, II.) leiUl'l, would ln n ?reat Town, was ii not f.-r tin: si in pie facts that t!w seatofeov eniunuit I. as j not yet Iuhmi removed to' .i-ai.l town that , 1 i i ; r Clacl; has not yet been t leau .l out, so j that steam-l'oats can mniuale it i.p to a i , i.i ii1 point opposite said towr. i.iai im: J..e.n son Kailroad has not yet been extended on, through (.'anion, to said town and more particularly, that at this tune there is no newspaper published in said town. tnroiiRh m Inch these projects ran be laid before this threat people. ow, it is a well pstnhlishe.l fact, l evond the inuiit of con tradiction, that we are a ieat people , soir.h-west quarter who live m this sjreat coutiiry Kiate ! south-east quarter county and that we expect .uea: worus to west jiaf t. south-east qr be acc'i.n sninebodv uiiiiaien coirnuoii oi nit r n-iu, "I'ho Mucev of these pilN in enrin? in a lew hours, where all other remedies liuve ep counters are war'j f-J,.,)i nnd that foo, in cases of iwlve and .e.i hv nay, ami w in i r,,,r,,, monilis' nantlmt,', wariams me as-ertion that, if taken accoiihncj to the diicctnuis tl-.ry are a ceriain cure. A Inns; lisi of certificates in proof of their infalli bility mi-ht be added, but those upon the diitetii iis are deemed Millicient.' 'J'ry ihtui and be coiivinc.l that they aie them, st ef fectual and mist cerium, and the very bi'st reniedv over ofleird to the public, to insure a permanent and lusting cure. IIaui i voiik, Dec. 12, 1843. Having for several years past .sufl'ered All I I, (,, sii.I Die Ullie ,. All uir ' us i "haul cast. ,"- i'.i flushed, ami aKo i the most approved pat- el IIOill'l i.i I al.'ed ' lie sol I T o" .'iirinslie ' I'i'intiii'T l'i st( am enuinc ; lei a -. 1, . ?,;,!, inist is censtantly in at- lendanee to re-, r 1'ressfs and do lojht u ,,; 'a. t.yiipos Hon KoJlers cast for Tnii- i; ' K.litors o' newspapers who will buy three times as much Type as their bills amount to, may sm' the above six months in-eiiioii in t!,:.r papers, :,n. I send their .-, eontaini ) r it to tlie sunserii'i'is. om Ann-street 1. ,LVA 2 : : rpili: follewi::- described tracts or par i -L eels of h.ml are tillered for sale, at rales to suit the pun baser; or they will be leased for a term H years, nut exceeding seven to suit the lessee. I V AT I'A 1..V COL'XTY. sub-divisioa die. or oi cine ti'ie or oil.er, by 10 I (If SUOll s at Jvoseiusk'o woe. !V Ci al nl. ee if these rreat iniprovi meni.s Men- but ju. t completed, thereby brini'i,':-; it, as it were, wiiluu a stone's thr v f the I'.ist A nsnnba. t "bin a. ibei-ia. t Ire. n la in sc haii.a and the .W.rlh l', !e. 'i'r.ei ef'-re. 1 e it kron u i.i a men, children and irras.-hopp Indies. , j'vaiu- west haif of north-west qr south-east tjuarlcr north-west quarter west half west half of south-east qr v. est h.:.!l o r.orih-o; Ule.l M men, avi' ' rs, t : l : . t tin. e ;!:..... i re.; ,r bi-iU'; nip part'culariv I. r him jeh' i t .,r we.-i half f jjorth-v. c-t qr west had' (i'n-rt!;-w ( st qr i !'se i i '.'", ia oiacr to 1 o-. : :. . , . i riai;:ii, ami lncvi.'io i:i jied in tiic bad, and more to turn hn her est penny proposes 1 1 eoeinneaee tne pun tea'.ioa of a ,'.'; new-paper in ".i l tov,--, ot; fsatuiday, the third d-y of Januiuy. :)nuo ilouiiui one thoii-:!i 'i e:.;f lnindi'.J and fell',' six, to be style,! '.he K'i'i ll ; an t'tl iiii- ! cast df vi nor.h-fa.3i ur mi li:, and to eonUna" m ;n -Ii san per weelily, uiiii! 'aese crea t .jvcta smut be aecdiiiplished. shoi.li.i ill:: l.' id bejileas ed to spare Uis hfe so innj;, and he be wi! hnp t.i eoiitinue m the business i!,at lonj;; and if hot him, then m have n tU.i.e by soinebodv e se after him. The siilj-ci'iber he in" a str.ui'.T 1 eliever in the doctrines soutli-i list qtiu't.'r south half east Imif of south-can qr south-west quarter west half of south-cast qr south half east haif of north-cast qr l!: Uau v H I'! north half south-oast quar'er ea--t half of south-west qr west half west half of north-east qr west h ilf of sotr.h-ca.ot qr mil ih-eas". quarter north half sotiiii-west quarter nroinuiirattu or n.e imu.aeu! the Uest and th (!. Itd-.'e Ihi'iie! of th-j East, it inie.ht be. sarniised by the kiiow- inp-rnr'ln-"th pituf. hu. u,'hi,KnUUly inclined; but be tins as a may, he ud nut vvt!:t half otVoinh-east qr at mis i one i. onu ion. . 1 1. i , i.i i ( ii.Hih-m.st quaner west half otVoinh- . . l ilOl UIIII VI i OOlll I u.'V II Lmlmrs per annum in . . . . . , (; W II pi )Wr i t;l' 1 Ul neiui-LMsi qi 'J'Eli.M'. 1'Wo advance. Kosciusko, Dec.no, lslo Showing the amount o' Sfidc Taxes, numlier of Hf-pscsnifatives and IJ'kitc f'ojnthiticn of each county in the Stute. MANCFACTtTtB OF PapK!1. ?,Tns.a chusctts has 81) paper mills, ro-anmibf; : annually 1 5.SSG tons of s'.o k, and ova-1 ploying 1,80'J hands. The yearly! production is estimated at 7G.1 toe.a, or G08,175 remi3 of paper, value. 1 at 61,- i 750,273. j An intelligent gentleman, st.ys a cor-' respondent of the Washington Union,' who lias been engaged in the production of sugar in Cu!.u for the last thirty ; years, after a careful examination, esti-1 mates the value cf properly in that i.-d-: and owned by American?, al thirty-five millions of dollars. Armed Vessels. All vessels hound out with valuable cargoes have, it is said, increased the number of men, and carry an armament. A fast sailing Ituhama'n lias carried out several hundred muskets to distribute among the return Indiamen. aV. Y. Express. An Irishman cautions the public a painst harboring or trusting his wife Peggy, on his account, as he is not mar ried to her. Another, recommending a cow, said she would give good milk year after year, without having calves, because it run in tiie breed, as the came of a cow that never had a calf. Temperance puts wooden the fire, flour in the barrel, meat in the tub, vigor in tfie body, intelligence in the brain, and spirit ia tlie whole composition of man. 'Iffncs for a reply,' as the hungry dog said when scratching si the dc&r fer a tone. corxTits. Adams Attala A 111 It!! Itohvar Carroll Chickasaw Choc law Copiah C ark Cuvie;;! Ti Coahoma. t.'lail oi ne Desoto Frank!!:! (.'ree'i Hinds iliilnies Hancock Harrison Itawamba f.s.sa;uiia .!as't -1 Jackson Junes .1 elitr.MOi Kemper ii (.;) H : '.ii 1 1 i 4 I i I .otoeritaje I. hawrenee hafayeiio Lowndes Leake Madison Marshall Monroe Marion Noxubee e.shoba A'cwton Oktibbeha Potiola Pike Pontotoc Perry J'ankiu Scott r, i n '..- "2 i b 10 SO.") : 7uv ti 7 i i u o:v.i l ( si .1 ',) l ',;-, '.n.-t 11 111 t3 7 . so 7 1 .'.ss ,! !) 4:: o;( 1 7:!') "ti i ." y '. f! 1 10 1.7 (; e:j ) ',: o.'.'.t ; s h.m u Jiht :)i 10 7 SI 1 !)J 4 :i'.m " -j 2 (,(;:! -z'i l2 70S Osi (i :j i 'j -;l k; xmo ;;: 1 7i:i 'Z'l () ".7.7 15 ns:: ;ji 10 l:;7 Z l:!'J SO i r4 1 j: (isv as 5 410 70 8 741 fH 3 ':o.) 'in f) (i0 !!() fi7() hi 4 7a2 50 1 7:52 13 nirs. north-west quarter west half oi norih-east qr west half of foulh-wcst qr ! south-east quia ter j west half I north-cast quarter j 1 j north-west quarter ; west half of south-west qr ' south-east quarter i west half ror. t! Sid 5 :i so 1 east half cf north east qr IS ir.AKK COVXTI. west half of nortli-webt qr south-west ijitarter iiorlh-v.i'.st ; 1:11 1 r tvi st h If of s nr.h-west qr east haif oast iialf of r; ulli-w est qr north-oast quarter west hah" of south-east qr ea-t half of south-west qr ' south-west quarter (i 4'2:j ' (i WW" 5 7l;i; t: 0 1 .7 1 1;,!) a oi;t 7 ;iu:i 2 iss 1 7 010 ' r. .r)5i 1 o'7 north-east quarter , ' - 1 east had ol riorin-tvest qr J 4 1) 1 ' . 1 r .1 y , west had ol north west, qr n ?:ti : north-west qu trier I 570 not til half 1 405 south-east quarter west half of south-east qr east half of smnh-west qr 71:J S a 7 Xi y 19 id ii) .! G 1 15 1 o 4 -1 5 i i 3 8 8 y y y 11 17 17 17 19 19 20 no 2 ia 13 l'i 12 S5 31 S 10 17 17 13 18 21 23 23 27 28 23 31 4 5 22 27 27 1 nil" norih-wcstqrof north-west qr 2 Wunfiowcr(18-l 1-5)5 M-i !)7 Simesuii 1 '100 1 1 8mith Tippah Tisheminzo Tallahatchie Tunica W ashington Warren Wayne Wjkin-.on AV instoo, Yazoo Va'a busha Total 1 075 HO 7 r 5 1 3 7 H 1 1 f. 513 U7 l'JUO:! 00 27 3:u ! 1 I ho s ) 13 5s 4 y:j 'i (,:-5 sfj 17 215 77 C 113 777 05 1 O 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 COfil east hall ol siatm-east qr 7 :-y.) east half of niirth-east qr " south cast Y.iarter if) .l!!',' i soutli west (punier (; r,j 1 east half of south-east qr S 105 souih-east ijtiarter 5 niio east Iialf of south-west qr 2 17 west half " G'J 1 '. west half of south-west qr 1101 1 o-ciM ijuarier . east half of Miuth-east qr 4 (I5S 3 7 05 (7 south-east quarter 1 5us ; east half of north-west qr 3i;l j easi lialf of soolh-west qr 0 J-jy ' norlh-east qrhf n w qr 2 500 ! wosl '1;,'f 1 1 000 ; cast half of soiu'i-east qr 'J lis'.! ! west half of south-west qr 1 81 (J i north-east ouartcr irmnhlndf Ct ! south-east quarter 1 3V-.' j 'l'be above laml. were pnrchaseil hy me, 3 5C3 I at Tax Sa'c 'J'be time for re lemption lias 4 311 j run out. ami I will jrive ;;oocl bargains In 4 7t'(i : tiiosc who waoit K purchase, making such 7 (i3 1 lilies as arc U'steil in in? by virtue of said j Tax Kales. (L V. 1IAKLOW. IlltiSsj' Kosciusko January, 1810 J AW 13 31 32 10 2." 25 12 17 18 18 31 31 31 31 31 31 20 21 32 33 33 T 13 13 13 11 11 11 11 11 14 11 15 10 11 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 1 i 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 18 13 13 14 14 14 15 15 15 15 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 -9 10 11 11 11 It 11 10 10 10 11 11 12 VZ 12 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 under repeated, attacks of clulU and lever, especially iluriii-' the fall and spring months, i w as induced to try various rem edies, but nothing seemed to be effectual, until I tried Dr. Tyler's ague and fever pills, which stopped the chi Is before I had taken half the box. This was over a year since, and I hue remained perfectly free from any symptoms of a return to this most loatnsome disease. GEO. M. WjtlT. lUrmronE, Dec. 15, 1843. Dr. G. K. Tylir: Dear sir: It is with great pleasure that I announce to you a perfect restoration of my health by the use viotTmr. mm,,,,.., i ur tfa turt 1 ,, .;. r'lt., Knniltrvt W ., , ( ' fw f. Jhmnuttnry, Kn,m , ;)(. Infammahn ,f ,),, J " "''utl, KhLumatun,, ChuLc l)J' 1 Low Sfjinh. e, 'l'' Ityu,' DR. GORDON'S riUS M . , ' ick man'. friJn ve ,ru!r h Family ,hod be .yj timely adnunisiraiion u. I lhe,f pam anr! sifltring, ainUav prevent ma) valua, ble lives. Thps. Pip. ...... cordon ,n by h- observation upon (he nature of Ci'iT'"1 medicines, and ,he eflcrt which ihi fnl iluce upon different cnnstisiiiiongin?, " forms of disease. '1 hPU k" In Nar"' 'egeiable kiD. purgative medicine, which T a" 1 general use, those of which thlt- for O four in c:illl.lt!r ih'IU. I ImH hppn Sllf. 0 ; ft rili 1; from Chills and Fever lor eighteen 5 j or twenty months, during which time I 5 i tnok live' bottles of Uovcand's Tonic Mix r j lure, Dr. Sherman's Fever and -4gue ho r ' zenges, Dr. Love's Vegetable Elizir.Jiee 0 tier's IVvvtlers, Harks, Quinine, Thom'pso- sively H,,ed by some of our n.os, ,,fliu' Fhys.cian.sa.id ly roanv nr" for severa. years; and such ha 1 les satisfactionVhicl, iheha?,1?; is firm y believed that th K dom do, not furnish any ti2 S composed. They do not eonui J hich these pils ot contain Calon ral nranni-n.; are composed enUrclyofeoeeottSTv? etable extracts carefu'ly prepared and comoinea as xo ue Certain, Safe, and Eon, 111 their. enerawB-should it be otherS? the stomach and bowels contain foul 12 acrid bt ious matter-showing great neces say lor purgative medicine. These Pills do not require particular at tention to die: or drink; and may be taken at all times when most convenient without the fear ol increased liability to take cold It is asserted by many that Fevers, and in iact ah diseases, are caused byanim pure state of the Blood. The impurities which usually pass off by the bowels and various other out ets, being retained in the blood, renders it unfit for the nourishment and support of the different parts of i:e bo. dy. This produces disease and that mn . , . .. 1...U . . I i nian Medicines, Arsenic, Herbs, and in fact 1 5; almost all the popular remedies I could bear ol; and yet received no lasting beneht. I The cbii's were stopped by Quinine and I other things, but alter a lew days or weeks tl..,,. iv.nM ini.iin -nrQin fi c Vn A ni tvnriu ; iVm ..,..tiw. ..1.,'aU i unj ..iuiu uiuiii "-"' """vi ..v.w ui ,111. saiLiu itmtu IS WCBliCSl Is UOi' than hefoie. Towauls the last, the chills easily affected. eatne only every jhinl day, and these were The Uowels being the principal channe1 follow ed by fever ol such severity as to at- throueh which a exeat nortion ofthp imm.. y t if ci niy 1 1 asoii, ami ii cs ivunii iictcsjai y y fer some one to watch with mc until the parowsin passed cti". At iast I procured a ':1.... .-lillc nil, I r,lt. trAktf.ii-j.r.t!sll...(.Or....il... - jr.. . , lva l'i Jim j, mo, mm uuij nnn win ui Hit uimcia die IUC 1I1UM tUeClUal, aflU IH 9 them; this so completely stopped the chills, ! Iact, almost the only way by which a gen 9 ; that I have never had a return of them up ; erai impression can be made upon the sys y ; to this time, (nearly two years.) and near a ; tem, it is perfectly reasonable to suppose, y ; vrar of this tune was passed in the same j that nearly all diseases will be cured, orat () place w here I first caught the disease. j least, much benefitted by a judicious uscof ' ; That my case is not one cured by chance, i purgative medicines. If a phyMcian is ' is proven from the fact that four pills out called to a patient, what is the first thing 11 . ol' I lie sninp ho v cured t ".'int. Tv.'nbpn liank. I donp' Hp nrixrrilips n rt.-ice nr m nf nnr. gative meiticines; and ihen. altera day or rities-of the system are discharged.il is evident that whatever acts beneficially ca mem inusi ce conducive to health. And as y ; so effectually that he has never had the (j ' docase since, v heieas before he often suf j feted from it. Two other persons were al- i so cured by the contents ol this s-ame box, 9 0 : of it, although they both reside where they U ; are exposed every season. gj I know seveial others who have been cured by your pills, but it is unnecessary to detail their cases. The best certificate two, if the patient is no bitter, he gives him another dose of purgative medicine, and. so on;doing some other little things but 9 9 9 9 0 9 1 ci 1 0! and they neither of them have had a return J the main reliance for a cure is upon the ehect produced by purgative medicines. Therefore if you are sick, de ay not, but take a few doses of Dr. Cordon's Vegetable Family Fills, and te again, restored to health. For sale by CHRONICLE OFFICE, Kosciusko. J. M. THOMPSON, do.. CLARK & M'ADOGY, do M. 11. IRVING, French Camp. An 3 on enquiry will be found in all the towns and villages in the State. Enquire for Gordon's Family Pills. May 21, 1816 20m6 9 ' 1 of their eliiciency in Chills and Fever, will 9 j be a few doses, and il they are as beneficial 9 j lo others as they have been to mc, they y may be truly called a public blessing. 1 am with much respect, your obed'i servant, 11ESKV BRISCOE For sale by CHRONICLE OFFICE, Kosciusko. CLARK & M'ADOUV, do. 01 IN M. THOMPSON, do. M. R. IRVINU, French Camp. And on enquiry, may be found in all the towns and villages in the State. May 11, 184G. :9:6m. PETERS PILLS. IF there was ever a medicine that merited the public praise for the good it has done in relieving the sick and the distres sed, it certainly must be Peters' Vegetable Pills: it would lake a volume to contain all the complimentary evidence in their favor. Those who have once tiied these pills VI El! 31 AX'S COra II LOZENGES A UP. 11. ..,i.. t - .. j r. 1 (1 , '''ii"'. mi'si miic aim eueciUHl u : 1.. ,' r ! . , n r. 0 ! tfenx. W loirinn Cuvh, Attlma, Tightnns vf l know hov- to appreciate their good quail 0 : the l.itmrs vr f7, Ac., Ac. The proprietor tie- To those who know nothing of their 1 1 ... . '. 1 . I ii vnnii.in ih proprietor u ! ii.is ih-ci i.iiowrian instance wnere tney (j did ma give perfect satisfaction. Several ' ,1 .1 1 1 1 , . , - . r. , uiousiOHi uo.i:s i,,ivf ceen soiu witnin tne l:lSt VCl'ir. ll'.isloi'i 11 nr tn hpnlili nov.niL; in I 1. " ' ' "r- .. v , . . ji.viii.i All (41 J most every stage of consumption, nnd those u i laboring under the most distressing colds 0 j and coughs. They do not check and dry C ; up the cough, but render it easy, promote q ! e.xpeetoratioa. a ay the tickling or irrita .. 1 tion, nnd remove the proximate or exciting ' i cause. They ate made from a combination J j i f the most valuable expectorant, cr cotfgh (1 1 incdicines, and are uiidoubtedly superior 0 1 lo cveryihing in u.-e for those complaints. q I Hundreds upon hundreds of certificates have tieen ollercd ol llieir wenderlul vir taes, from thosoQflfo have been saved from an untimely grave, and restored to perfect health, bv using them. SURKMAN'S WORM LOZENGES, 1)Rt)VEU in more than 4U0.U0U cases to be infailib e; the only ceriain worm-destroying medicine ever discovered. Many diseases arise from worms and occasion long and intense suffering and even death, without their ever being suspected; grown y persons are very often adlicted with them and are doctored for various complaints, without any benefit; when one dose of these Lozenges would speedily cure them. For sale by CHRONICLE OFFICE, Kosciusko. May 21, 184 G 20m 6 excellence as a medicine tne prep.. would submit the following letters anucei- i(Im in isfra lo rs .No t ice LETTERS of Administration having be-ii granted lo the undersigned, at Hie March Term, x. u. 184G, of the Probate Court of Attala County, Mi., on the Estate of Ralph Blaekman, deceased, late of said county, therefore All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those holding claims against the same are hereby notified to present them, duly au thenticated, within the time prcscribed by law, or thev w ill be forever barred. JOHN II. CHESNUTT, Administrator of Ralph lilackman, decM. March 7, 181G IthGw tificates : TESTIMONIALS OF CURES. Had there been but space sufficient, the proprietor might insert hundreds of letters under this head, but as it is, he can only find room for a few of the shortest. Albaht.N. V.. Jan. 1, 1838. Sir 1 take much pleasure in bearing testimony to the efficacy of your pi i removing bile from the stomach, and in ai. complaints emanating from ,rJat s0c Yours, lespectfullv.GEO. HULL, M. D. Dear Sir I have made a frequent ; use 0 vour rills in the incipient stage " Fevers ond obstinate ccnst.pat.on of j bowels, also in the enlargement oi iw Spleen, Chronic Diseases of the i Lner, Headache, Genera' Debility, and in I " ses have found them tobe r eftjJf Mr.cKtENBFBo Co.. Va., , 1837. Having -used Dr. Peters' P I in "Jj practice fSr the last twelve months, I pleasure in giving my t.mony ofge Ud effects in cases fr;, Headache, Bilious Fevers, and other ot eases, produced by inactivity of the "J Theyarea peculiariynud ye effic..,f purgative medicine, 8,,uIihw"";re?crihed any, griping or nausea. . hav J &cbes them with much success in sick 1 slight bilious fevers. r, Extractor a letter by Pr. Jo"Ph ms, of Burlington, I cordially rccommena . n(,roUs tni dly effective and in no case u- in family medicine. They are P c" 7sual fiuential in costivencss and a 1 1 diseases of the digestive organs. CHRONICLE OFFICE, Kosclo?0 CLARK & M'ADOR. ... JOHN M. THOMPSON. . M. IL I R VINO, 'Kail the nd on enquiry, may -be : found towns and villages in the State. May 14, 1840. and slight bilious fevers. Trtrnr liams, of Burlington, vi.. , Pii as a menarcH... - , 10, 1837.