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4 1 1 t l" . if ;)i A. r ,5 ! 1 N, P .1 I f If i 1 ; I 4 ' i I? I , i .0 i d s '' I I'M v 4 : 'i 1 r; 'o Alius!" Brt m::iJAir, Awake"! arise! ye mm of might! The glorious hour is nigh Vour eagle pauses in hi l!ir'lt, And screams lii.s baulc-crj! Trom North to fsonih, from East to West, Send back an answering cheer, And say farewell to peace, and rest, And banish doubt and fear! Arm! nrm! your country bids you arm! Fling out your banners free Let drum and trumpet sound alarm, O'er mountain, plain and sea. .March onward from tli' Atlantic shore, To Kio Grande's tide Fight as your fathers fought of yore! Die as your brothers died! Gu! vindicate your country's fame Avenge your country's wrong! The sons should own a deathless name, To whom such sires belong. The kindred of the noble dead As noble deeds should dare; The fieldy whereon their blood was shed A deeper stain must wear. To arms! to arms! ye men of might! Away from home, away! The first and foremost in the fight Are suit to win the day. Ba'timore.May 13, 1 Si 6. The Vrion, TMIE follow nig described tracts or par--- eels of bind, lyinu in the countv ol At- Jala, arc offered forsale, on accommodating terms. Titles good. For particulars, en- quire of the sub.vcriber, who is authorized to sel north-west qr. of n. w. qr. north-on t iiiarter south-west quarter north-east quarter north-west quarter south half & north-east qr. "3 Ci. W. II AH b()W, Kosciusko, January, 1810 :) t 15 21 i T. 13 13 10 1G l(i 10 Aenf. 1 11 pjsospevtus For publishing in the town of Kuxeiusho, At tala county, Mi., a mi ,-; newspaper, , tn be entitled the The Ilciuitii'ul ILaml. BI THOMAS JI.1CKEL1.ARk There is a land immortal. The beautiful of lands; Beside its ancient portal A sentry grimly stands. He only can undo it, And open wide the door. And mortals who pass through it Are mortals nevermore. That glorious land is Heaven, And Death the sentry grim; The Lord thereof has given The opening keys to hiin. ' And ransomed spirits sighing, And sorrowful for sin, Do pass the gate in dying. And freely enter in. Tho' dam and drear the passage That leadelh to the gate, Yet grace comes with the message,. To souls that watch and wait; And at the time appointed A messenger comes down, And leads the Lord's anointed . From cross to glory's crown. Their sighs are lost in singing, They're blessed in their tears : Their journey heavenward winging. They leave on earth their fears. Death line an angel secmeth; "We welcome thee," they cry; Their face with glory beameth; "i'is life for lUom to die. Remedy for the Dots. Having seen many horses die with bots, and many remedies given without effect, I was in duced by a merchant in Cambridge to try the following for a horse of my own after I had tried the most of the reme dies in common use without effect, ami had given him up-for lost. Half pint of vinegar, half pint of soft soap, half pint of gin, and half pint mo lasses, well shaken together, and poured down while foaming. To my great sur prise, he was in live minutes wholly free from pait'j, and ate very frcclv the I next morning I was on my journey. 1 nave since recommended and given the same in perhaps fifty cases, with the same good effect; not in one instance has. it failed to effect a perfect cure. Cor. Alh. Cultivator. e nutiiiiinu'j i J in uii 1 i llll , The United States of America is a great country the .State of Mississippi a great tState the county of Attala a great county and the Town of Koseiuskef no doubt, would be a great Town, was it not for the simple f ;ic ts that tlm seat of government has not yet been removed to said town that Big Black has not yet been cleared out, so that 'steain-boats can navigate it up to a point opposite said town that the Jack son Railroad has not yet been extended on, through Canton, to said town and more particularly, that r.t this limn there is no newspaper published in said town, through which these projects can be laid before this gneat people. Now, it is a well established l'aet, beyond the point of con tradiction, that we are a great people who live in this great country State ' county and that we expect great works to be accomplished some time yr other, by somebody or other, or somebody else, and that Kosciusko woud be a great place if these great improvements were but just competed, thereby bringing it, as it were, within a stone's throw of the East Indies, Australia, China. Siberia. G recnland, Kam sehatka and the .North J'ole. Therefore, be it known to all men, wo men, children and grasshoppers, that the subscriber, in order to facilitate these great undertakings, and prevent their being nip ped in tho bud, and more particularly to turn an honest penny f.r himself, proposes to commence the pnbWcation of a little newspaper in said town, on Saturday, the third day of January, Anno Domini one thousand "eishf hundred and forty six, to be styled the KoseirsKo On no- j mclk, and to continue to publish said pa per weekly, until these great objects shall be accomplished, should the Lord be pleas ed to spare his life so long, and he be wil ling to continue in the business that long; and if not him, then to have it done by somebody else after him. The subscriber beiiur a strong believer in the doctrines promulgated by the immaculate Harry of the West and the Godlike Daniel of the Dast, it might be surmised by the know ing ones that the paper will be whiggishly incttirctv, Put be tuts a-s-Jt may, tie wi:t not at uiis nine contradict tt. TUK.MS. Two Dollars per annum in advance. G. W. HARLOW Kosciusko, Dec.30, J8 l. to niiMnts. rpvm FOFjM) k y a in i I'imntl'R's -I lTKNMJl.NU WAKL'HOUMk The subscribers have opened a new Type ronndary in the City of IScw lork, where they are ready to supply orders of any ex tent, for any kind of Job and Fancy Type, Ink, Fuper, Cases, (.alleys, uras Uule, Steel Column Rule, Composing Sticks, Chases, and every article necessary for a Printing oflice. The Type, which are cast in new moulds, from an entirely new set of materials, with deep counters, are war ranted to be unsurpassed by any, and will be stdd at prices to suit the times. All the Type furnished by us is "baud Cast." Printing Tresses furnished, and also steam engines of the most approved pat terns. IV. R. A Machinist is constantly in at tendance to repair Presses and do light work. Composition Rollers cast for Prin ters. (Lj Editors of newspapers who will buy three times as much Type as their bills amount to, may give the above six months insertion in their papers, and send their papers containirg it to the subscribers. COCKKOFT & OVFREJSl), 1 Cm C3 Ann-street J,.l?ilf, ISO! rpiIE following described tracts -L eels of laud are otl'ered for or par sale, at rates to suit the purchaser; or they will be leased for a term of years, not exceeding seven to suit the lessee. cor NTT. .1 T112IjJ1 Showing the amount of Mute Tuxes, number of Jtcpresciitatices and J 7 il e Population of each county in the Steitc. To cure Sheep-skins ivithtkewoolon. Take one spoonful of alum, and two of ?altpetrcf; pulverize and nrlx well to gether; then sprinkle the powder on the . flesh-side of the skin, and lay the two flesh-sides together with the' wool outsido; then fold the skin as tight a9 you can, and hang them in a cool place. In two or three days as soon as thev are dry, take them down and scrape them withja bluntlknife till clean and supple. This completes the process, and they make a most excellent saddle cover. If, when oa kill mutton, you treat your skins in this way, you can get more for the wool and skin separately, than if disposed of otherwise. Other skins which you desire to cure with the fur on may be treated in the same way. TO RESTORE BAD Ye AST. Mix with it a little flour, sugar, salt, brandy and beer, and these will confer on it the qualities of good yeast. Good yeast may also be made by adding the same mixture to the grounds of ale. IUzlenut Cutter. Having scald ed and blanched some hazlcnuts pound them to a paste in a mortar, adding grad ually a small quantity of butter. This is good to eat with wild fowl, or to flavor the most delicate sauces. 'What are you about there?' said a gent'err.aa to a boy whom he found in his orcbaitidisposing of a few apples to uie uesi auvaniagf, viz. in nu jiai anu handkerchief, for pockets he had not. 'About going,' replied the boy. COlNTI ES. Adams Attala Amite Uolivar Carroll Chickasaw Choctaw Copiah Coahoma Claiborne Desoto Franklin Green . Hinds Holmes Hancock Harrison Itawamba Issaquena Jasper Jackson Jones JeiTerson Kemper Lauderdale Lawrence Lafayette Lowndes Leake Madison Marshall Monroe Marion Noxubee Neshoba Newton Oktibbeha Ponola Pike Pontoioc Perry Rankin Scott '.vxi;s. 132 13 2 732 C 111 2 720 10 833 5 7 0. 3 771 6 53U 1 C67 1 oso 1 4'J7 J3 o IG CD 48 !5 00 11 11 IG 90S 4 7 11 111 31 3 78". 71 583 79 2 191 07 0 435 03 1 730 50 815 81 3 110 05 CG30 59 2 009 4$ 859 11 209 38 10 731 J-i 4 399 29 2 003 27 2 793 08 0 319 53 10 210 33 1 743 22 20 255 33 15 5S3 31 , 10 137 32 2 132 SO 12 205 83 1 511 29 2 087 28 5 416 79 8 711 01 3 205 10 5C20 90 070 57 4 732 50 1 732 45 iir.es, 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 3 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 IX ATT A 1. A sub-division south-west quarter south-east quarter west half of south-east qr west half of north-west qr south-cast quarter north-west quarter west half west hall" of south-cast qr west half of north-east qr west half of north-west qr west half of north-west qr cast half of north-east qr south-east quarter south half east half of south-east qr south-west quarter west hall ol south-east qr south half east half of north-cast qr north half south-cast quarter east half of south-west qr west half west half of north-east qr west half of south-east qr north-east quarter north half south-west quarter north-east quarter west lialf of south-east qr east half of south east qr east half of north-east qr north-west quarter west half of north-cast qr west half of south-west qr south-east quarter west half north-east quarter north-west ouarler west half of south-west qr south-east quarter west half cast half of north-east qr IX LEAKE COUNTY. vcst half of north-west qr south-west quarter north-west quarter roi'. 3 810 5 433 3 S01 387 7 550 G VI A o 052' I vcst half of north-west cir 8 10 2 9S7 north-west quarter 17 2 0Lr I west half of south-west qr 17 Ji cast half 18 7 303 j e:ist nn'f f south-west qr 18 north-ast quarter , 21 west half of south-east qr 23 east half of south-west qr 23 south-west quarter 27 north-east quarter 28 east half of north-west qr 28 west half of north west qr 31 norlh-wcst quarter 4 north half 5 south-east quarter 22 west half of south-east qr 27 east Hall ol south-west qr 27 S T R 27 ,13 5 28 13 5 33 13 5 3 11 5 4 11 5 J 11 5 ia 11 5 1U 14 5 19 14 5 22 14 G 0 15 C 1 10 C 15 14 8 1 13 I) 2 13 9 4 13 9 4 13 9 5 13 9 7 13 9 8 13 9 8 rj 9 8 13 9 9 13 9 9 13 9 9 l.'i 9 11 13 9 12 13 9 17 13 9 17 13 c 17 13 U 19 13 9 19 13 9 20 18 9 20 13 9 20 13 9 2 14 9 13 14 9. 13 14 9 12 15 9 12 15 9 35 15 9 3G 15 9 31 10 9 Sunflower(lS41-5)5 092 97 Simpson 1 400 1 1 Smith 1 075 8(5 Tippah 7 251 28 Tisheininjjo 3 022 13 Tallahatchie 3 748 It Tunica 6 513 C7 Washington 12 003 00 Warren 27 331 03 Wayne 180 89 Wilninson 12 581 23 Winston 4 055 92 Yazoo 17 215 77 Yalobusha 8 282 CH 3 1 1 2 2 Total $113 777 95 2 1S8 1 322 7 910 5 551 1 737 1 419 0 4 01 ' 378 3 131 1 570 1 405 2 275 5 713 5212 3 011 0 001 7 320 2 470 4 400 10 221 0 591 2 195 5 309 2 107 2 094 3 508 4 05S 3 795 G 823 1 508 3 02 1 1 958 33!) 2 839 2 590 11 009 9 983 1 819 194 474 C 212 1 322 3 503 4 311 4 70G 7 C23 241 CS8 north-west qrof north-west qr. 2 east hall ol souih-east qr 12 east half of north-east qr 15 south-east quarter 31 south west quarter 32 cast half of south-east qr 10 soulh-ensjt quarter 25 east half of south-west qr 25 west half 12 west half of south-west qr 17 north-east quarter 18 east half of south-east qr 18 south-east quarter 31 east half of north-west qr 31 east half of south-west qr 31 north-east qr of s w qr 31 north-cast qrof n w qr 31 west half 3 cast half of south-east qr 20 west half of south-west qr 21 north-east quarter 32 north half 33 south-east quarter 33 The above lands were purchased by me at Tax Sa'e. The time for redemption has run out, and I will give Rood bargains to those who want to purchase, making such titles as are vested 111 ine by virtue of said Tax Sales. G. W. HARLOW. Kosciusko January, 184C 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 10 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 11 11 12 12 12 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 6 G 0 G 0 6 G 6 0 0 0 G G G G 6 G 7 7 7 7 7 7 4 7 8 8 8 8' 8 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 1PH. Hit'S VEGETABLE FEVER AND AO UK PILLS. THK OH IATIST BKMBUT. A certain, afe and efl'ectual cure for Ague and Fever, in all its varied forms. AUo, an excellent Tonic in Dys pepsia, Palpitation of the Heart, Loss of Jppetite, Neuralgia, Nervous and other dUeases which arise from a weak and de bilitated condition of the system. The success of these pills in curing in a few hours, where all other remedies have failed, and that too, in cases of twelve and eighteen months standing, warrants the assertion that, if taken according to the directions, they are a certain cure.- A long list of certificates in proof of their infalli bility might be added, but those upon the directions are deemed suflicient. Try them and be convinced that they are the most ef fectual and most certain, and the .very best remedy ever oflered to the public, to insure a permanent and lasting cure.' Ualtimdre, Dec. 12, 1845. Having for several years past suirered under repeated attacks of chills and fever, especially during the fall and spring months, I was induced to try various rem edies, but nothing seemed to be efl'ectual, until I tried Dr. Tyler's ague and fever pills, which stopped the chi ls before I bad taken half the box. This was over a year since, and 1 have remained perfectly free from any symptoms of a return to this most loatnsome disease. GEO. M. WIT. Baltimore, Dec. 15, 1843. Dr. (7. K. Tyler: Dear sir: It is with great pleasure that I announce to you a perfect restoration of my health bv the use of your invaluable pills. I had been suf fering from Chills and Fever lor eighteen or twenty months, during which time I took five bottles of Kowand's Tonic Mix ture, Dr. .Shermmi's Fever and Acw Lo zenges, Dr. Love's Vegetable Elizir, Kee ner s J'owders, Harks, Quinine, Thompso-j nian Medicines, Arsenic, Herbs, and in fact almost all the' popular remedies I could hear of; and yet received no lasting benefit. The chills were stopped by Quinine and other things, but after a few days or weeks 'hey would return again as bad or worse than before. Towards the last, the chills came only every third day, and these were followed by fever of such severity as to af fect my reason, and it was found necessary for some one to watch with me until the paroxysm passed oil'. At last I procured a box of your pills, and only took four of them; this so completely stopped the chills, that I have" never had a returri of them up 10 tins time, (nearly two years,) and near a year of this time was passed in the same place where I first caught the disease. That my case is not one cured by chance, is proven from the fact that four pills out ..r.l... . 1 - 1 r. . n . 1 . 01 mi: .,uuu uux cureu uapt. neuoen isanks, so ellectually that he has never had the dbeasc since, whereas before he often suf fered from it. Two other persons were al so cured by the contents of this same box, and they neither of them have had a return of it, although they both reside where they are exposed every season. I know several others who have been 9 cured by jour pills, but it is unnecessary ..-.. in, ,1M.M tii.us. ine uesi ceninaate of their efficiency in Chills and Fever, will oe a iew noses, ana 11 they are as beneficial to others as they have been to me, they may be truly called a public blessing. I am with much respect, your obed't servant, HENRY BRISCOE For sale by CHRONICLE OFFICE, Kosciusko. CLARK & M'ADORY, do. JOHN M. THOMPSON, do. M. It. IRVING, French Camp. And on enquiry, may be found in all the towns and villages in the State. May 14, 1846. :9:6lTU VEGETABLE ANT.-BaiOV, FAIfiiv For the cure of BilUm Fever f t Pain ,n the Head, Side, Zckandt Fe, Inflammation of the 1 TVi. Gordon's rim, - y .teV man'. frie '"Wr Family shou d be i,h ""'W,, sively used by some of our Physicians, and by many private S"1 for severa. years; and such ha m,llLes atislaction which thev har,. een,h is firm believed tha the Tee Sf dom do.9 not furnish any LfS 6 f mg' purgative medicine, which for genera, use, those of which ,h. paSses for composed. They do no tc0 ain 8re Mercury or any'miBer.USI. at e Composed entirely of conStf J but etable extracts, cMtuto ?' combined as to be Certain $ 'red in their iaJtfSft the stomach and bowels confl 5 71Se'' acrid Ibiiious matter-show ffSfSj sity for purgative medicine. 8 tteCes These Pills do not require particular t tenuon to die- or drink; and may 2 SkS at all times when most con veaieVSout the fear ot increased linhii; in fact ah diseases, are caused b5 a'aim pure state of the Blood. TheSS which usually pa off by the bowels S various other out ets, being retained itt lnr blood, renders u unfit for the nourishment and support of the different pans of the bo. dy. lhis produces disease and that part of the system which is weakest is most easily affected. The jewels being the principal channel through which a great portion of the impu nties of the system arc discharged, it is evident that whatever acts beneficially on them must be conducive to health. And as u.c uoweis are the most effeetual, and in fact, almost the only way by which a gen eral impression can be made upon them tern, it is perfectly reasonable to suppose, that nearly all diseases will be cured, orat least, much benefitted by a judicious use of purgative medicines. If a physician is called to a patient, what is the first thing done He prescribes a dose or two of pur gative medicines; and then, aftenaday or two, if the patient is do better, he gives him another dose of purgative medicine, and so on; doing some other little things but the main reliance for a cure is upon the effect produced by purgative medicines. Therefore if you are sick, delay not, but take a few doses of Dr. Gordon's Vegetable Family Pills, and be again restored to health. For sale bp 4 CHRONICLE OFFICE, Kosciusko. J. M. THOMPSON, do CLARK & M'ADORY, do , . M. R. IRVING, French Camp. And on enquiry will be found in all the towns and villages in the Slate. Enquire for Gordon's Family Pills. May 21, 1846 20m6 SHERMAN'S COVGll LOZENGES A IE the safest, most sure and effectual remedy for Coughs, Colds. Con surnn. 1wns,Vhoopinfr Cough, Asthma, Tightness of ... ,.v. , ' tic ju oi icior has never known an instance where they did not give perfect satisfaction. Several thousand boxes have been sold within the last year, restoring to health persons in al most every stage of consumption, and thnsi laboring under the most distressing colds and coughs. They do not check and dry up the cough, but render it easy, promote expectoration, ai ay the tickling or irrita tion, and remove the proximate or exciting cause. 1 hey are made from a combination of the most valuable expectorant, or cough meuicmes, ana are undoubtedly superior 10 cvuiywnng in use ior tnose, complaints Hundreds upon hundreds of certificates nave been offered of their wonderful vir tues, from those who have been saved from .-141 untimely grave, and restored to perfect neaun, oy using inem. SHERMAN'S WORM LOZENGES, lKO JbD m more than 400,000 cases to be iniailib'c; the only certain worm-de siroying medicine ever discovered. Many ureases arise irom -worms and occasion long and intense suffering and even death, without their ever being suspected; crown person are very often afflicted with them ana ars doctored lor various complaints, v unoiu any oenetit; when one dose of these Lozenges would speedily cure them. For sale by CHRONICLE OFFICE, Kosciusko. May 21, 1846 20m6 i(hninislrators Notice T ETTERS of Administration having been granted to the undersigned, at he March Term, a. n. 1846, of the Probate Court of Attala County, Mi., on the Estate of Ralph Dlackman, 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 prescribed by law, or they will be forever barred. JOHN II. C1IESNUTT, Administrator of Ralph Blackmail, dee'd. March 7, 1848 , - 10:6w PETERS? PILES. IF there was ever apnedicine 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 take a volume to contain all the complimentary evidence in their favor Those who have once tried these pills know how to appreciate their good quali ties. To those who know nothing of their excellence as a medicine the proprietor, would submit the following letters and cer 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 f the shortest, AlbaN. V., Jan. 1, 1838. Sir I take much pleasure in bearing testimony to the efficacy of your pills " removing bile from the stomach, and in alt inmnlainl pmnnotintr frnm that SOUrCe. Yours, respectfully, GEO. HULL, M.D. Dear Sir I have made a frequent use of your pills in the incipient stage of Bll,JJJ Fevers and obstinate constipation or we bowels, also in the enlargement ot tne Spleen, Chronic Diseases of the Livery Headache, General Debility, and m a ca-t ses have found them to be very effective. . J. D. BOYD, M. D. Mbckienbeho Co., Va., Feb. 7, 1837. Having used Dr. Peters' Pi practice for the last twelve months, I twj; pleasurein giving my testimony of tneir good effects in cases of Dyspepsia, bi Headache, Bilious Fevers, and other ois-; eases, produced by inactivity of the liver. They are a peculiarly mild, yet emcieni. purgative medicine, and produce Htue. any, griping or nausea. I have Pres"'hes them with much success in stcrneaaw. and slight bilious fevers. ' . Extract of a letter by Ir-Jo"P0 liams, of Burlington, Vt., July W"Vt I cordially recommend Peters P"1 "8 mildly effective and in no case dang" family medicine. They are pcuu nucniiai 111 uosuvcucoci auu diseases of fhe digestive organs. V t I... " CHRONICLE OFFICE, Koscius CLARK & M'ADORY, f JOHN M. THOMPSON, g m M. R. IRVING, French Camp j 1 . r,,iind in an wi na on enquny, way L , towns and villages in the State. r . mate' r . 1 IVV May it, ism. 1 w m www "