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-6;liLSUAV. MAV
1858.
r Announcement midC With- '
Pavmeilt ia Advance. I
OUt raj - !
Foa CiRcftr Jcdoi.
W, ar authorized to announce JOHN
. lioMl'ON. Esq . as a candidate for
j j ,eof iltr S-veiilli Judicial District. EU-c-,
October elt.
W are aulhorijed to announce the Ho.
1 ail TauTTBR, a a candidal (or Judge
.f ih tvrre"' Judicial Dia'ricl. Ekcliou
Ocwtfr, 1 858.
Foa Disthict AtToaaar.
0t are tulhoriitd to annoance J. R.
Cbalmera. Esq . of UeSoio county, a, a esn
ajcdate tor District Atlorm v of the Seventh
Judicial District, composed of the counties
,f ;iPp-h. Marshall. LaFajeUe, DrSoto.
J'anola and Tunica. Election in October,
' t
Foa PaoaTi JiDoa-
We are authorized to announce the Hon.
J.MM Kogan asa candidate for re-election,
.o theoffie. of I'wbate Judge, of lippali
touniy. Election in October next.
in ..,.i.r'iwl tii announce C. A.
R.,:mu. aa a candidal, for the office of
J'robal. Judge. Election in October next.
We are authorized to announce A. J.
Hook .candidate for ih. office of 1 ro
.ie Mi of Tirph county, fc ect.ua in
October UeXt.
nr . ...... .tWized to announce M. C.
Probate J ud-e of Tippah County
I.,.! ... ,,t I inn&ntzuuiuy. -""""i
jit-it October.
u-... ntiinrizi-d to announca o. U.
"C,,V- ' , . - 0..1.,0 I,lu
Rhodes asa cauuwaie ior ii -6'
Tinnah county, at the ensuing uciouer
election.
it
Foa Assissoa
m-vt. .r. authorized to announc aau
u a candidate for Assessor of
Tippah county. Election in October next
w- .r. authorized to announce vv.j
).,.,.- a rum iiiHte tor me ouiew oi
... ... , . .m... .1
Aa.tssor, at the next October election.
vb. .r. authorized to announce Ibaao J
pA . nfv an a CHnilMtate lor nmcui
.... r. 1 ,.f
Tippah county, at the October Election
....lw.rltfil to annouuee John I. Col-
. mi.didate for Assessor of Taxes,
,f Tippah County, at the ensuing October
lection.
We' are authorized to announce irin
Vl.oaiasa candidate lor Assessor oi in-
ifr: I. r,.,..i,t gl tliu onwuinfr Ol-tO-
11,01 1 ipi'uu vaiuhij i "o
ter election.
We are authorized to announce i.U.
Aran as a candidate for the otiice of As
sorof Taxes, - the ensuing October
flection.
We are authorized to announce W. A.
IlAVIS, Esq.. as a candidate for the office
o' Assessor of Tippah county, at the eusu
uig October election.
For Cocntt TREisiRxa.
JNO. F. FORI) is a candidate tor re
jection, to the office of County Treasurer,
of Tippah county. Elei lion next October.
We are authorized to announce J. C.
rrioHT asa candidate for the office of Coun.
ty Treasurer, at the next October election.
Fob Circuit Clfr.
We are authorized to announce Maj. A.
C. Rucara as a candidate for office of Cir
c tit Clerk, of Tippah County. Election in
October next.
We are-authorized to announce Dick
k'BOBMono as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Circuit Clerk, of Tippah
... .. .c I...- ,.i..i;....
)umy, ai uie uiiuuiiiy i lumn ,.ii.v,wu.
For Probate Ci.krk.
We are authorized to announce Dtmti
Hcht as a candidate for re-election to the
eflice of Probate Clerk, of Tippah County,
at the ensuing Olober election.
We are authorized to announce Joiiti
I). Rogers as a candidate for the offire of
Probate Clerk, of Tippah County, at the
ensuing October election.
We are authorized to announce Wm.
O. Rutuereobd as a candidate for the of
fice of Probate Clerk, of Tippah County, at
the ensuing October election.
Foa Coroner.
We are authorized to announce Col. Johh
II. Buciiasas, of Ripley, aa a candidate
for the office of Corroner of Tippah county,
at the ensuing October election.
For Surveyor.
Weare authorized to announce J. L.
Burnes s a candidate for the office of coun
ty Surveyor, at the ensuing October election.
For iSiiiriff.
We are authorized to announce Capt.
B. B. Doxe v as a candidate for the office of
Sheriff of Tippah County Election in Oc
tober next.
We are authorized to announce Jotia
Siddall asa candidate for the office of
Sheriff", of Tippah County, at the ensuing
October election.
We are authorized to announce Capt.
Samuel W. Echols, as a candidate for the
fficeof Sheriff' of Tippah county, at the en
uing October election.
A CARD.
TO MY FRIENDS & FELLOW CITI
ZENS OF TIPPAH COUNTY. MISS.
Gentlemen:
I presume that many of you
hate understood for several months past,
hat I was or would be, at the proper time, a
t.diduta for Sheriff. Since 1 have become
a ca.widate, a nunmer ot omer gKimeiueu
has declared themselves as candidates for
th7aaine oilire. of which I have no
righi to complain. I would here say that
t.o niotivc, earthly, prompts me to ask you
for oftce, but that of making a liberal sup.
port for NV family, and thereby be of some
aervice to "my fellow-citizens. In thus an
nouncing my sd a candidate for Sheriff", it
' es not bt-come m? to )' that I am compe
tent for the office. I wek at your hands
from the fact that I have teen p rmitifid by
your kindness to hold a very laborious, yet
important office in your county, tore:erai
years past. My official acts as n offu.'.er
are before you, and subject to your investi-
Sation. . Examine thein for yourselves, and
ecide accordin5lr, and with your decision I
ahall be satisfied. I conclusion, should
you be pleased to give me the offire of Sher
i.T. at the next general election for comity
officers, it shall be my pleasure as well as
my duty, to attend strictly, to the duties of
the office, according to Imh and J utice, to
the best of my ability. For the favors I
have heretofore received at your hands, I
hall ever feel grateful, and wmild, there
fore, retorn you my humble thanks.
Respectfully, vmir ob't serv't.
jNb. v. Mcdonald.
Teb. 51th, 1S5S, -
P-u.
Job Work,
Of every desrriprinti, neatly rwwuted
at the fbortmt notice, and njon the moot
h ral ti rmt at lhioffiee.
A Lucky Man!
"Ww ir.. i t'niii ai d wai tiV if loft.
' l'-u' 'keeily at fit bow to reJrrat then ,bailns.'
Mih a pern vering t-pirii and uiliinuy-
?d 1V llie lllllIlL Il4- llltl lIllllA 41 Mr Hi III.
rich P ters, an employee on the iSouihCar-
olm Railroad, purchased a ticket, No.
29330. Clll. 5. in Kuan 4n K :..r.ri.
iiyiMO, Cluis 5, m Swan & Co.'s
Lottery, linairine his leeluies when he
found that No. MXH) had drawn &3u,000:
Uiidiscouivired by trivial (liuIll i ittiiiutits.
his reward is a competency for hie.
"U'lien fortune meant to nu-o nio.it rood,
She looks upon theiuwitii a tlire-ttfaiiif; eye."
So all that want money read the splendid
scheme in our columns, and send a fclO, $5
or 5M to S. Swan & Co., Augusta, Cia.
Never despair. It may be your turn next.
uTuin!tou:ot hope arc couiiaii oil m.il ren-
turiiip."
Of course the prize will be promptly paid,
when due. Swan & Co. are noted fur
prompt payment. Publishers of papers will
vouch for that; we do. CharUahn (S. C.)
.YVu'.
We were present in Swan's Office yes
terday morning when Mr. II. Peters re
ceived his prize money, and the good look
ing old gentleman puffed his segar, and
seemed satisfied that he had at last obtained
what he knew was in store for hiin.
' .Ivgusta (Ga.) Conxtilutionalht.
Mra or America Men or the Age.
The greatest man, "take him all in all," of
the last hundred years was George Wash
ington an American.
The greatest Doctor pf Divinity was Jon
athan Edwards an American.
The greatest Philosopher was Benjamin
Franklin an American.
The greatest of living Sculptors is Hiram
Powers an American.
The greatest living Historian is Wm. II.
Prescott an American.
The greatest Ornithologist was J. J. Au
dubon an American.
The greatest Medical Chemist of mod
ern times, Dr. J. C. Ayer inventor of
,1yer' Chery Pa tural and Cathartic nils,
is an American.
The greatest Lexicographer since the
time of Johnson was Noah Webster an
American.
The greatest inventors of modern times,
were Fulton, Fitch, Whitney and Moore
all Americans.
lino JUDrrti5cmcnt5.
A. Brown & Co.'s
COLUMN.
MA.Y 1st. 1858.
We are now in receipt of our Spring pur
chases, surpassing in variety, and equal in
extent to any of our former Stocks.
THE LADIES
Will find many styles of Goods, new and
desirable, and not to be found everywhere.
GENTLEMEN
Can find Goods in their line that cannot be
beat anywhere. New and elegant.
We are now in receipt of a very heavv
stock of '
Prime BOOTS & SHOES,
Made to order, and invite attention to them,
being confident that in stock and workman
ship, they are not equalled in this market or
in the State. Our stock of Shoes such as is
to be found in other houses, is now complete.
FINALLY,
We will "sell them at
LOW'PRICES.
OurTermaare
CJiSH,
S . a .
ur uie usual tune to prompt men. Those
who wish to purchase first
on these terms, will have no reason to be
uissausliea with us.
CASH-BUYERS
Are particularly invited to call.
ON HAND,
Beautiful Crape Bonnets, at 83.
Bonnets
great variety. Muslin and
Berage
nnoes siae stripe and flounced Silks,
an, r me styies or Calicoes, Marsailles
for Basques.
FINE CLOTH,
CASSI MERES,
VESTINGS,
FINE LINENS.
MARSEILLES,
For suits. The above Goods in all grades,
SHIRTS,
CRAVATS,
DRAWERS.
BUTTONS
in great variety, and the most beautiful
styles we have ever had.
VIOLINS.
Bows, Bridges, Screws, Tail Pieces.Strings,
xoiuiiiou to uesi.
NEEDLES.
Stuarts waxed Spool Cotton, Hosiery, Mis-
acsaiiu viiiiarensao., all sizes. Cor
sets, Skirts-some very fine. Steel,
Brass, Cane and VVhalebone
Skirt Springs. The
Brass 25cts. a Sett.
Fancy Baskets, Perfumery.
SCYTHES and CRADLES,
HOES,
MECHANICS TOOLS,
HARDWARE, Generally.
CLOTULYG.
Prime Osnaburgs 15 cts per yard.
HATS.
And nearly every thing Called for.
A. BROWN & CO.
May 5th 1S5S.
Administrator's Sale of Negroes.
BY Virtue of a Decree of the Probate
Court of Tippah county, State of Mis
sissippi, maa.e at the March Term Pso8
thereof. I wnj sell in the Town of Salem,
on Menday, the ?u day of June next, on a
credit of Six Months, the following descri
bed Slaves, to wit: JoLi. aged about 18
years; Polk, aged about 12 ears. Purcha
sers will be required to give bond and ap
proved security.
THOMAS RAY , Adin.
of B. Tarrance, deceased.
May 6th 16.38 It 5w
Notice.
ALL persona indebted to me, are requee
ted to close their accounts bv note, bv
me is oi prn next, or tney will be put in
the hands of an officer for collection.
.L . . a , . .?. .
W. D. CARTER
rlvn-T f'ftt em
I
Great Bargaics.wiil be given at
THE
VARIETY STORE.
DUBING THE TEAS 1858.
The trading public will do well to test this
tact, belore making their purchases
elsewhere.
PEELER & SUGGS.
Are now receiving their usual variety of
Spring and Summer Staple and Dress
Goods, fancy Notions, Trimmings
and a general assortment of
such Goods as are kept
in the Market. A
good assortment of shoes
& Boots, gi'iils line Calf and
Congress Boots, Ladies and Chil
drens Mioesand slipptrs; Mens extra
Cassimere Hats, Ladi.-s Bonnets, Infants
TurUiiiaaud Misses Flats.
Hardware:
Table & Pocket Cutlery,
Sythe Blades, the genuine
Sam Collins Axe, ( Yankee
&.Ky. pts.) No. 1 Sti'tl Hoes:
Castings, Waggon Boxes, &.C., Paints and
Dye-Stuff's, und a line lot of Chew ing To
bacco, besides many other urticles not ne
cessary to mention. Our Terms are
CASH,
or on Time to punctual customers.
To Cash dealers and those who would pay
Cash by disregarding Hit profit As col
lections have been very light, and conse
quently left us in groat need of money, we
will sell during the season, or until our pre
sent due liabilities are paid, at cash prices
much reduced. Call and test the tact.
PEELER & SUGGS.
May 5th 1S5S.
Something good to Eat.
SELLING Cooking Stoves is the most
pb asant part of our trade, from the fact
that we are always induced f rom necessity,
to talk about something good to eat. Buy a
Cooking Stove, and work your garden and
you will (if grateful for blessings,) appre
ciate the luxuries of life, three times a day.
The saving in wood, time, labor and con
venience, saying nothing of the superior
manner in which they cook, is worth more
in twelve monihs to any family than the
cost of a Stove.
rEELER & SUGGS.
May 5ih lSoS.
Sheriff's Sale.
ON the First Monday, (the 7th day) of
June next, I will Sell to the highest
bidder, for cash, one Negro Girl named
Phebe, aged about 12 years, levied on as
the property of Thomas A. Denton, to satis
fy an Execution in my hands for collection,
in favor of Leatherwood & Hill, vs the said
Thomas A. Denton and William Denton.
Sale in lawful hours.
JNO. Y. MURRY, ShfT.
By Isaac J. Pollock, D. ShfT.
April 28lh 18-38 17tds
Administrator's Sale of Negroes.
BY Virtue of a Decree of the Probate
Court of Tippah county, Mississippi,
made at the April Term 1S58 thereof,
I will Sell at the Court House door in
the Town of Ripley, on Monday, the 31st
day of May next, the following described
Slaves, to wit: BILL, a boy nged alxmt
Eight years, and EDMUND, aged about
three or four years. Suid Slaves will be
sold upon a credit of Twelve Months, the
purchaser giving bond and approved secu
rity. Sold to pay delits.
M. C. BELL, Adm. of
Andrew Prather, deceased.
April 2Sth 138 17 5w
The State of Mississippi,'
Tippah County.
To William Miller, Reuben Miller, Pelina
Miller, Louisa Miller, Louisa Johnson,
Amanda Johnson, M. N. Johnson, S. H.
Johnson and Larkin Johnson:
Y0U are hereby cited to be and appear
before our Probate Court of Tippah
county, at the Court House thereof, on the
Third Monday in June next, then and there
to answer the Petition of E. C. Bi itikley,
for sale of slaves, Manda and child, An
derson, belonging to the Estule of Matthew
Miller, deceased, for division; and further
to do and suffer such things as shall be or
dered by said Court in the premises.
Witness, the 1 Ion. James Kotran,
presiding Judge of said Court, the
"j&Third Monday in April, 18.38.
1 .1. n. . 1 . r l 1
issueu ine zist nay ot ;pru itjots.
DANIEL HUNT, Clerk
April 28th 1868 17 5w
The State of Mississippi,
Tippah County. j
To Nancy Wilhite, Henry Burnes, John R.
Biirncs, W:m. M. Burnes, O. D. Burnes,
M. L. Burnes, and the unknown heirs
of A. Burnes, deceased:
YOU are hereby cited to be and appear
before our Probate Court of Tippah
county, at the Court House thereof, on the
Third Monday in June next, then and there
to show cause, why the Final Account of
W. A. Davis and A. W. Bills, Executors
of John Burnes, deceased, presented to our
Court for allowance, should not be allowed,
and a decree made thereupon accordingly;
and further to do and suffer such things as
shall be ordered by said Court in the prem-
Witness, the Hon James Rogan, pre
siding Judge of said t'ourt, the
Third Monday in April ia38.
Issued the 2 1 at day of April 18,38.
DANIEL HLNT.Uerk.
April 28th 1858 17 5w
Administrator's Notice.
AT the November Term 1857, of the
Probate Court of Tippah county, State
of Mississippi, Letters of Administration
on the Estate of James Saviors, deceased,
were granted to the undersigned. . Notice
is therefore hereby given to all. persons hav
ingcLims against said estate, to present the
same, probated and registered according to
law, or they will be forever barred; and all
persons indebted to said Estate, are requir
ed to make immediate payment.
VV. A. DAVIS,
J. O. NELSON,
Adms. of said Estate.
April flat I86 16 w
J. C. SLOVER
.4 A. VV. BGATY.
SLOVER, BEAT7 4 CO.,
Wholesale iwl Retail Dealers in
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE.
RECEIVING AND FO It WARDING
MEliCJIAXTS.
Saulsbl'ry, Tems.,
Constantly on hand, a eood assort
ment of I'lnntatinn Supplies.
March 3d 18M S 3m
To Nervous Sufferers.
I RETIRED CLERGY AN, restored to
3 health in a few days, after many years
of great nervous suffering, is anxious lo
make known the means of cure. Will send
(free) the prescription ued Direct the
Re. JOHN M. DACNALT,, No. 186,
Fallon itre;l. Brooklyn. N. Y.
fab. i IOW i -3,,,
m
D. W. DAVIS,
AYTGRHM AT
JAC1ST,0, JffSS.
VY1I Lpartirein all the Courts of the
Ninth Judicial District, comj oNd of the
Counties of Ti-honiiriiio. Itawamba, ilua
loe, Chickasaw aud l'ontoloe.
January 13lh 1858.
c. ...
of the late firm of Jackton & Bmuuher J
A TTORSEY A T LA W,
Riplit, Mississiei i
WILL practice iu the Circuit and Chan
.-ery Courts of North Mis-issippi, nnd
the United Stales District Court a I l'ohlii
toe. Special attention given to Collections
Office in the Court House.
Dec. 16th 1857.
m:TisTRi.
D
R. LEWIS, of the firm of
Pontotoc, would inform the cit- ' yYT!!tj
izens of Riph-y, that he intends dividing
his time between the above named places,
and oilers his profi s-innal service to ths
who may be in need. All work warranted.
Specimens can be seen at my room at the
Ripley Hotel. I will remain in Ripley du.
ring th month of February, and earh'alter
nate Month thereafter.
E. H. LEWIS.
Nov. ISth 1S.37 lCly .
DR.JTOM.-W. MILLER,
OFFERS Lis 1'aoFKKsioNAi. Skkvu es to
the Citizens of Riph-y and Vicinity.
efOn-icK on the East side ol llie'l'uh
lie Square; the one heretofore occupied hv
Ur. Murry.
February 1 4th 1856 6 Iv.
DR. jM. l. MOODY,
OFFERS his Professional Services to the
Citizens of Ripley, and surioninlini;
country, in the various branches -of lii
profession.
Special attention given lo the practice o
Midwifery, mii J the treatment of Chronic
Diseases of Females.
Office Soutl: Side of the Pulilic PiUari
the one formerly occupied bv Dr. Lewellt-n.
Ripley Mts'p July 3d, IS56'.
Ten'Thousand .Dollars!!
PERSONS owing the siiWrilior, are re
ijtiested to come forwird and pay as
much of their indebtedness a possible.
L. ROGAN.
Murch24ih 1S5S.
Notice.
ALL those indebted to CixSt Alexander
for 1S30 St 7, mustpostively come for
ward and settle up by the Tirsl of April, as
they are compi Hi d to havt money. The
Books and papers areinth; hands of the
undersigned. By an early tompliuucu with
the above, they will confer a special favor
on me, and perhaps save coit.
E. A. COX.
Ripley, March 24th 1SS.
Dr. E M. ALEXANDER
HAS lliis1 duy sold his i-ntiie inti-rcst in the
Drug Store of Cox &. AU-xmidi-r. All
those, indebted to the old firn, will do well to
come forward and settle ujmt once. Our
Ltuoks will be loutid with
COX & FOSTER,
at the old Stand, who will continue the Drug
business, from und after this date, under the
above style and firm.
COX & ALEXANDER.
March 1st lSoS S 'Jm
DR. E. A. COX
OFFERS his Professional Services to the
citizens of Ripley undYii initv, in the dif
ferent branches of his profession.
OrriiE in tin! Drug Store of Cox & ros
ter, where he can always b- found, except
when ubsent on profi-ssionil business.
Hijue y, Miss., March od IboH tf
NEW CHEAP DRUG-STORE.
W. C. 310 d
WOULD respectfully tfinounoe to Doc
tors Hnd Farmers, ni nil who buy
Dtugs, tliHt lie is now opeiing. on the South
ide of the public eqiiHro, New xnd com
plete Stock of 1'uhb I)ru( nnd Mkdioims,
fresh Hiid geimine. Eveij- Hrticle warran
ted. AIo h complete, asmrlment of Pat
ent Medicines, all of whirl h will sell very
cheap for the money, or o punctual men
on time. Hi stock conkin part, of all
kinds of Drugs Usually kepi by Druggists.
Paints and Paint Bruslos, VarnMies, it
Varnish Brushes; Oils, Winlow Glass hiiiI
I'utly, Perfumery, Dye Stuffs. Spiem,
Snulis, Cigars, Fine Chewing and Smoking
Tobacco, Fine Toilet and shaving Soaps,
Fine Hairtfc Tooth Brushes. Garden Seeds,
Canary Seeds, Fine Violn and Guitar
Strings, Fancy and Toilei Articles, Indigo
and Madder, best article; a select lot of
fine Pocket and Pen Knives, Pomades and
Hair Oils, tc , Ac. Pure Wines and Li
quors, strictly for Medicinal purposes
He would also cull the attention of the
Ladies to his nice lot of Perfumery, Lilly
White, Mein Fume, Chalk Balls, tc.,Ac.
Fine Letter Note Paper. Cards and Kn
velopes, tine Knives and Scissors, tine Toi
let Soaps, and Fancv Articles.
February 3d 1868,
BEN. D. NABERS.
COTTON FACTOR, F0RWARD1N8
AND
General Commission Merchant,
AND DEALER IN BAGOINO AND ROPE,
Offici No. 35 FRONT ROW, Vr Staim.
MEMPHIS, - - TENN.
iiriiiicii;
Robert Davenport, Jacinto, Mixippi,
C Ferguson, Byrnville "
Jeff. V. ilsoii, I'untotoc, u
Henrv Duke. "
A Urea Mullim, Clarendon,
J. R. Miwn, , Athens,
R. Vasser, "
James Donnel,
1. N. dwell, Moiltot,
A. Owen. "
Robert Bri. kell, Hmittville,
J. M. Carnan, luka,
Nov. 18th 1857 46 6m
Arkansas,
Alabama,
Min.
Executor's Notice.
WHEREAS, Letters Testamentary of
the last VVill and Testament of Moses
Collins, deceased, were granted to the un
dersigned, at the March Term ISSS.of the
Probate Court of Tippah county, Slate of
Mississippi; now all persons havinc claims
against the r. state ot said decedent, are
hereby required to present the same, duly by given to all person, having claims a
probated, within the time limited by law, i gainst said Estate, to present the same duly
or they will be forever barred; and all per
sons itnklrti-d to said Estate are requested
to make immediate payment.
P.. W. COLLINS,
I. R. COLLINS.
Eaeeulor's of said F.sfc.
Aeir.1 ?tsst iq-..19..-Jhr'
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
('. P. MILLER & MA'.
North-west Corner Public Square, 1
Eipley, Mississippi,
ii -lie rfiji jtfjv ci cis, auu ape now
if k ii'l't i, L-r.T.. i-r-ii . j
ottering at greatly lectured prices, fuf
CASH, or to PUNCTUAL DEALERS'
the usual time, the naogST jsu iii.-T ax
soaniaKT or gih-ui eier broueM to tin
market, consisting in part of
LADIES DUESS GOODS,
Ladies Whitk Goods,
Black ami Eascr Silks.
" HoMEKT
Embroidered Setts,
Bands, C'oLLAaa.'Ac ,
Kid aid Su.x Giovkb.
MKXAXD HOYS' CLOT 11 1 SO,
( The lurffest Slock tier brmnjll to J ij ey )
Boots and Shoes,
HATS AND CAPS,
SATINETS, TWEEDS. AND JEANS,
Does in,
AMI CassIMEKES,
SlI.K, t'oTTON, AMU Wool
SlIIKTS ASO DhWKKS. SlLK
anu Linen CasjukIu lU.vDkt.Ki'iiiKF,
Tickings,
Sheetings, Shirtings,
Diillinjfs, Cover-,, Towelling,
Table I'lollis, l'"d L'lldsi ys, Sliil tlllg
Fronting, and lied Linen
PLANTER'S GOODS.
KtNTtckr Twills ami Li.xtEVs;
GEOKtilA I'l.AIM. AM) KEKE1; O.-N Alii HU H
and Blanxkts: Hkavv Ukooani-;
Mi'D Hoor; Women's llEtvr
Shoes; Saddlk Haos;
Bkiiilks i Whips.
ii mil i hie & ciTLEiiv.
RIFLE AMD SHOT GUMS.
IRON, NAILS AND CASTINGS.
Hand y, Ci t. A- Mii.lSaws.
CARI'ENTKRS
AND BLACK SMITHS' TOOLS,
WAG-ONS,
Made xxniESHLr kok this uaiiket.
October 81, IC57.
MARYLAND STATE LOTTER'tS.
R. FRANTF & CO., M im'i of
r lurid St;itf lant'piifs. pn-HPiit the followi''
SploniliJ Sfhrmeg
For MAY, 1858.
They eantinn pnrrliiiser. of Ticket, to I.e.
va:e of orderim Tickets in l.otlei ie. where ex
traorrlinary Isrire ("Hpital. nre off-reil fur n
(.malleus' n tii-krts all snrhsre swindles,
Th Mnrylsnil Lotti'iies .vrbi e-i in ex;s'.
enee fur Koity Years. Tliev nre d'lwn hv
State Offi.-er, and c-n tie le'ieil on. If von H uv
a Prize, you will pet the money. The whole
eniintrv i" flnedeil with Bo.lns Li'tery conr'r-n.
Beware of them.
CiTOrilerin the'M irvlnnd St itp I.otteres.
MAG.VIFICRNT SCIU'MF.
G R A I) CO N'S( ) 1. 1 D A T K 0 LOTTERY CLASS
0, To be drawn in Baltimore City, M iv 22, 1S6S.
K) Dr-iwn l!a!lot out of "H
!r.'ikiii!T mme Viir,.m thin Hlaiik".-Kverv P.irk
.ipe ofj'i Tickets must eont iiiilfi drawn imm-
hers.ioihit there are lli I'i izes'tn'lll Wank.
1 (iranil Prize, fHI.Ooo
10 prizes
Oil prizes
02 pr zes
of ?nn
of 100
of Rn
1 Prize of
10.111 III
1 Prize of
1 Prize of
2 Prize, of
f) Prizes of
In Prizes of
I l'ie, 0f
5.11110
0,1'OtJ
2,3.'0
I ..'toil
1,0011
-loo
6! prizes of
litl iriZs of
fti pr i"B of
j 7,ln2 prizes of
30,0 pi i.es of
:i".'jr' Priz".
smou'itinu to afni non
ii whjiii. nanej .., yiiar. .',.iti,i;i;litii $ j.-,
Certificate of Packace 2e U'lin'es I9J
Do.
2d Halle,.
Do.
Do
!
26 Quarters
26 I'.iijlithi,
havana:plan.
77m is the. Old Lode o f Drawing.
Prizes in one Wheel and Tickets in Jnothtr
Every Prize is drawn out.
Prizes Paid in Full, witho it a;iv Deduction.
GRAND CONSOLIDATED
Exras Class B
To be drawn in Baltimore. MI.,Miv 20th, !t'8
20.C83 Prizes! 40,000 Numbers!!
SPLENDID SCHEME.
1 prize of
-1 pr es of
I J ri e of
I pri.-e of
1 pri '.e of
1 iri?e of
1 prize of
1 prize of
1 pr:?e of
1 prileof
4 prizes of
10 prizes of
10 p' izes of
lot j'ri.ei of
j.;l,4in
4 Appr'x to $20ij
1G
1(1(1
2,000')
V.l'lltl
2,1 'Oil
16 " ion
i " 100
15 " 100
40 ' 40
40 30
40iJ " ' 20
2,'HNIJ
I. .'60
1,0'i'i
1,2 '0
1,28" J
1,11(11)
3in
200
200
2l,n('0 Prizes of $S. delermini-l by the Capital
P rie, heiiifoild or even.
Whole Ticke'.Kij II ilve$.i: Q'liirters $2.r.O.
A M.iiiSeeri' Cert'ci-ate ol 16 Wholes where per
sons wish to p iv the rikon!y. wiil he sent for $!'S
1 llAi.es, . 4
" " lOyiurters 24
" " 16 Eighths, 12
J: Tlie Manncers have been comieIled from the
numerous complaints mid" to iliem, or iinfailh.
fuln' ss on tile pirt of those who have been at.
temiii g to Ih" liMinar of .orders, tn resume the
correspondence business and in their own name,
(jy Order Tickels from Ihe M inngen onlv.
Ad'lress all letler to
R. FRANCE CO..
Baltimore, .Mil.
May 1st 1309.
rAdmini8trator'iNotice.
WHERE S, Letters of Administration
with the Will unnoxi-d, were granted
to (the undersign d, at the April Term,
18.3S, of the Probate Court of Tippah coun
ty, Slate of Mississippi, on the Estate of
Andrew Prather, deceased. Now nil per
sons having claims aiiinst said Kslate, are
hereby notified to present them probated and
reiristered according to law, or they will be
forever barred; and all persons indebted to
said Estate, are required to make payment.
M. C. BELL,
Adm. of said Estate.
April 21st 1858 16 w
Administrator's Notice.
AT the April Term 1S, of die Prolate
Court of Tippah county, State of Mis
sissippi, Li tters of Administration on the
Estate of Hamilton Hedden, deceased, were
granted to the undersigned. Notice is here-
j probated ami registered accc-nling to law, or
they will be forever bnrtv d; and all per-
sons indebted to said Estate, are reiiuestid
to make immediate payment.
C. P. MILLER.
Adm. of H. Hedden.dec'd
.. Api! ?lr IPf" i
RAGCS ASCTIC Ltfl:MNT,
T'' is crfrr- iV I f . e'-'i v .,,rf,n i' I T' e
at u... f ii t'i II i -I, " .; : . n s r . i i
r n 1 1 n i, J.!.. i i-ijti--j. '.ee:l-
I r -ia. cm r -r s.r fJa S i -
r 'I'litl; v i-fiiit all tin r,. I,, i ,
IO I l-'w- p.lf . ( til" H1-.I ;i;"m;pl - .! r
wif j.' tie nioiai. . Tn o- "
i e '.- i. i! tivi' r!ur ii -;'.e:
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L "nth.. t'i ft.f! iii' from tt1.- ra-':-e r'
i t' eji mh 4.1' ft. e f irift"r ! v,
leiigt.'. r. i .w"" tue u'j!i-C'iii of ail 1 u-
VM. Ut11. TKK VHi'lAM.
Mr- M niitt. j. .';t5 Mort-j- Mr. I
''' i-t -uiierii i..r thiee t ear witb Kit a:
Dill tllii! B.l.y lr-a!lliu--. H.rWlt eJi-ii w
.'iir-d l, ei-elfv tiu!enf rrtie I.uie;.-i.-
(M Tt,r rrnoATCKr.
H-nry V' .V, . U Atreet, Sui.. w
"'yWir u i,i!e-i,..- it-e i ,urv-4- t'
ii-ji.i k a. r e iit'L. a. i-ie.1 .M e
f' ir r'l' a ' ' ut ti.e Arctic i.ialiii- f.
"'.TV Tin: LITTLE flUI.MIwV
A i't. ,'a r tr f V-.. Uinlun !.V
;r--. ,.;r c IrJalo.-.f bv i,. -
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tl.- Cr.- Hi,. ll;ta tlV4-XaS'tiJ, uij in
I 'y- tl, lit Ii- fl-- r mi
KFsr"lii:ii T'll.i; Al'TV.
M i. ;een::e K T)iir, C.-ial tr V.
'-er ' -r "i a -ii.f 1 a .d u .
er iti.-i, ., ,e r.K- . a t 1,4 u.,. ui f L11
tl.- I in ni.-n' a c.ii !, a-.il reaiur .1
orii" nai b ail v.
A I.'ORRIBI.E TI MOR
F.nrei.- Val!nr , Na . h z. tine- ,
't f a lu-rr l.le tiiii:,,- on tlu- n.-t.
A-.-t
r , i'il a I r ini-ile-s n. il ir,PJ tl,e
L r, liei - rit . Tin - Kitji m f J him ci
Wi'tl.
A
WONDLRFI L CTKK'
M s. B- l.'-r-l, M-'l.te. as en t.n d ti h"
couch !.i! tli-4-.-tiara v( i-l, ir-iribpai'v. an I !',
b-'iiiu in it- uir ir in tie- tel .r-nf aiio'l err- m-
t-ili'
.m i m d oy the Ar-iK- Uiuiaeii. in a il
I a mui tli. -
A.V EXPLOSION.
.V-i.yi',,., 7inn., .V. !-rt, i:n.
by '-rlify. il.a' line b b-- n I a 'Iv 1 r i .
)
! 1p
in.) s.',i;.rdlA
t e t'Miiuci.Mnif a S i-.ini !'.
. M 111 ud ii !u
' k -1,1 I t W (Ik
'i , dlnl II U V
' I n.ii h b
I mi- ot. v B ars'a l.i i :,.
- a itly i lUii.-t. d f-uiu 'l.i
' s'hi 1 1 hi", all -Ii-- i an, w
. I i tw.i It, J u,, u, "
4 U SL'ie :o r sum mv I u
HLMiY HAM. KM; XL,
! - d-i ee ,'a k o i i-.r 1 1
H E bl.lND SEE!
ICWir Cfc-y, i;uii,.V,i-. ! th. lv T.
D I'.RAt.'i; In is Sis: F r lie r -'I a Ire
I Ii d b I: ii lU.i-ti d with ii.ilame-! ".-, :r
an a.':rj;at d d- .r -.' l tried taiKiis i'l-v i-
a f. and - v ai !li I'ruiMi. to l.oili'-.t. I
l.d I 1 v l . H '.u ii 1 1 t y 'he A c'ie lii in n ,
.1' : I'i tw u Ill-Hit I V. IS lea IV We. J y 1 1 t I-
u.t -li'i-rwasullli ' d in lie-Mme ina in. i fi
s ,iu ' in -.a ,t ii r n apur' iun of t'ie time u a
11 ;'el t'lir.d in . j-'. I aj plied j tu: a.
l-'i I. .'i:rn-i,!. a il I'i r ees it.- i.i-w i.-i. ei't
'"lid T ii'-luv- I. wiih e tw i.h.lt-!jt I.'.
.' r -d i:l d I ,;.i r ej -S all'i LiV u'.vu, b. ,1.1."
fiiriiis 'li ' ilii 'im it i-in ii my l.jek w-.nhi not
he will o I ..ii'' i- val. ahle Kniedy in mv li..ii-e.
I'tu i, ! Wm. ItrsSEI.I..
H I'e,, twn, AW. 'Mi, i'
I l.ei. .y ... rl f . . ,' .it I sin well ,.jiu! t .1
Will am H iHied, a'm with the astoi j ..:r - i.r
li-- ini-iit ions, and kin.w his s.a'. ru."-t.t Se i- .. .
Iv Hue. J. J. WISW URTH. I' M.
We,4 r Vv
(,'Ofi!) FOR ANIVAI.S.
Thii ;n-. a a' I I.in 111 1
ciie fe ii. cu 1; 1 1. d
i'O e,j;j
n J ''.i f l!(.is re.t.Iica -. 1. .' A
Ariio. and l-v 11. A no' A-(.' ,k.'ptV ' .- ; .4
ft st livry --aMis iu .Ji.; U. t, :-d ar-: 1...1,.
'J :.'.-. n t1 (.'Utiliit 1: in- I' nit u Sit t.
.'(. i.iaie. Der. fir I, l":'.
Wc.thi il'. iI'T-'iiilieii, haintr used Dr. lir;i-;c'
Ar''t;e l.ui in1 '.t f.ian niher ef rmuiilifc. ile
Inly t -t l y to .ta supeiior 1 ffna.-y in em ur: ll...
d S' a-. id ho h.-s; soweil nre w e a- .:ied . t!i.-Ai.tn-
beiin.' tlie best Linin ent m id", t. it
would us iioo'her. Vekepai. li,e k-pi In;
a 11 Huh. 1J..I y.ais, 1 x'.ensite livery i'al.Yi.
ton c ty.auil fun-' .pi .itly i.'ir xp'-i'i'''..-' ,ili . it
lim s i a J 'In i- d H- 1 e :" s ."e t , a id w m !i s-
' li.r'y , tuat ihe Aretie l,iiiui-nt is the -i.-.y
i.-.v : ave ever f. 11 .) uir-iyr tjfim: W.
- d'ally i e.- .iiitne- d ,t i-.'t liv-v "stable k'lp
ers aiiau.iii .i liavili:.' tln i.i:e o' lio -s.
I. f A A R X (IT.
LVXCH, AKMlia CO..
Chi liiui -jt, ,'Li,
CAITION'
M 'i y D uL-e i -ts, h iviiu; o'J Liniments 0:1
hand. t' v t . r II tli.-rn 10 v mi as the bei. hut
d 1 you po.il .vely r. f is- o nurrha'e th m A -k
f..t "LltAtiliS ARCTIC LINIMENT.'' audio
other.
LIBERAL PR'IPOSITIO.V.
The p'oj i ietois aree to furnlh each p.Se'ia
'.ei ol'a il.-lla! b'.t'l ", wit'i afree Htihciiption to
the I'. S. .lour:, ul, fur one year. This is one uf
tliebestX. V. illiistinte.I f apeis. A C'T'ilica'e,
eu'itlintf the holder to h" b"i.efi' ol' th prupo
ii'ion, is eiiL'lou. il iii the wtapper arot.nd every
tl-ilUr l-o'tle. Tlie A'ctic Lii.injent is p it up 11.
l.'t cent, ;, cent, aidflhot. les. Tlie 60 cent a m
$1 l.rtti'H coii'ain 5ua:,dl')0 percent, more Li 1-iin--iit
in uoio; lion to t:.eir co-it, a'.d aiethc
cil'spest. F01 sale hv
H'RAUO 4 B' KROWI'.S,
Sole fioprie.uia. S'. L'-uie, M".
For ta'- in Ripb-v by .Dr. W. D. CARTER,
and COX Ai FOSTER. DrurgisU.
Sold It: New Oilcans, La., by
O. O. Woodman, .1. Wright & Co., and all the
princpal whole-all- Drug Houses.
A. L. P. VAIRIN,
feltiN OK THE
BIG GOLD WATCH,
South-west Corner Public Square,
RIPLEY, MISS.
Keeps constantly on hand
a good assortment ol
V frill., JaBILKV, AM)
i-l EC'I AC LES, wLi.h he
Hi rnnts to be as represen
lul; nod Fells at lower pri
ces than any one else in
fsoiili Mississippi or Ht,y
nlher place. He will continue to devote
his attention to Watch und Jewelry repair-
ing, En-raving i,d making plain Je!ry
(il any s.yieHiiuqusiiiy .iniieHineM ......
oespiurn lie mum. ... ,nnss , '""se
who have line ti.f.iie patrontned Ina, snd
let, them speak lor tl.emeelves . to the
meMt Hnd,it.rab.li.y of his work; and ''
pectfully invites tlio. e who have not called
on him yet. to do so and give him a chance
to show them what he can do.
Jauuary Isl,l868.
Maryland State Lotteries.
R FIIANCK4. CO., Masaosas.
CAPTION NOTIt'K.
Pertohs living at idi-tance shnu'd be ey'reni---ly
cailtlcus l w 'lorn tiiey rti-'f Lottery Te f -'t '
or Ccitunales of lVkanes Gi" Tickets. T! e our,
try is flooded wit'i bo if M.i swindlini- laiferiei.
Every in luc- msnt ia he! ! out lo get )ror.st.i ,n
tet inoacv in them, lapitaj Piiaea ol 'from ,
OuO to $46,11110 head their seliemea with ticke's
at (I.ie Do.lar. JluO.OdO Capital Prir.es r Ol
fer.'d, tickets $.1. All twh, in every iustanee.a e
frauds; anil if nion-y is tent to th-m for t i k' ts,
it is so much throw n away without the shadow ol
a chance of cettiiu; a pri'.e. Beware of all Jot
terits where the C.ipi al Prize is un is nily lare
in coma: iwn to '
stance where iar'
h-price 4i ticke's. In every in-
P"," n v31
Cd i'i it1 a- le. i o ' no-, u ea vr ,ui i.e uu. i
Tio kei.t ieliv Ktare T.otterv for the henat',1 ivi I
th" Shelby CoUcg -. n-Jf r o-ir maiv-.-eme-.t. is t ie
nntv Ii' terv in liie Cnitcd StaU-a w-birh ia lei-al- '
Ivd' cidrd bv t'm Marvland UiAwfie-s; ailo lerl
Lotti Ties w',.ih pnrpo t tj hi decided by tlie
Marytantl Drawmf;. re frauds. j
Till' MARVLAND STATE LOTTF.RIKS.
One thlriitlook to, snd tht i, if yo-i or,lr i
l:i.in.4.l t-enilee in Rsltimn-e. tin no:
! receive snv but M inatrer' Tieeta sr-fl Mara-1
jtrrrs Priii'. d (ni';ca'ts of "aeitices. Tae J
I I tnseers' Cerlilica'es have the nnnit ers pi.
it-d. snd have the litbo-;r ipbed eiijluretf R. j
France k o
Ptrehsse in th Marvb-n-l State T-o'te-iea. then '
von T- sire of beirur "rirlit. A .d in rM eleg in i
th" Ma-yhnd Lot'e-ios, you are's ire of fair and
honest dr.- w ns.
No or t has trihtto aenii hi indi-id-isl cr-
'innte', snd if hjiloet It l.e s-ire 'he e s fr,.i
at Ih bo'tom of 't. R FH i XCF. k CO
Msaif -r "t tha Si e Ltsari-s.
, A'a fcl" .-!- -..
AVf'irs
J m r. r I
Arr rariiir U r klrk lu ai riirst ir Tfr
he I ore koiiMtt of any Mrdiciir.
in:: r;:::rcs p:h3!;b:.sl.i-
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t'..-;t m .r. I. I"
f . ! ! n v f
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. ii nut flUr - i
hfl 1 I "t- reH ' Ii
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vir'n.. tit ilrivn r '"-t
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tjiiflm.- m it Ii i'i I i
tern itef i arr know.1
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Ut ,'i'tr 4'iTHilTK ClUI. ttM .
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a- it it- 9rt tf'-i.i ftio'n, itiej .
i it lit-' n-i i 'f x :r t r4'f
-i-" bi.'I riirr- tl .. k. f . -y
I -f l4 I !. In ll
ihc ll:Pl! ! Ur-4 Ity IW m .
Tii- wn-mW r!:ati.'iMj WAI.HLW n ft' mi Ii'
lit i r, I. Ii -i.-f,!, i- A :
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- feT li H.I, It I I ! -!. taiif--l.f. i.-a .. ' ,.-,
j ji.'I H l u lkfitia li-. t dti ti li-ii i.f i txr ...iit-t.
jiif in II niiif. A I" ilt (. ! i.ir I'iII cii" f I
t.ivr 'i-e-ii ..tir i'ltrtA rrnral 'in-iy tearv in ,i i, ,y
f t en-1 !..(.! Hill; M lib It i ft! bll(H. ii lUO
n.(l w hi ti i u" . .. 1 H it a ji-Miisiir1 ' i .: -j i
) tut tl.r m It-.t- ttxim iii arv ilutMf.'
f JOHN K. HK'I IV,f.'M f .trf'U Vmnm. M-ili--aif O ,
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rei ffi -rut I" 1, urn l.i j-
T.,f w.,i.h fin witcil tf - ' fr'VKNf, V. Ii -
II:. .iic ti-e I to n I'limim Pmm in hi ('-
reit, i 1 1 ii i : i t i f i ill -I tf) air ntu'-i l.U , . a
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uiaitlt wt liuiiti a ttnin.ii.i r.invii Ett-it iliai lliey wia mia.
Prennred by DR. J. C. ATO & CO ,
r tioal and AnalyticalL'temiiti, Lowall, Mau,
I)r .1 I) t-iiiils, 'iiiibbtiry. Tern ,
Aires itr Ih is. Suit-in, iiis.
Ur. M Wilson, Xt w Albiniy, "
t'ox sir Ali xiiiidi r. piji'i y, "
And byili-Hltih in Mi dicine throughout
th" count rv
Nov. 3d" 1057 -ly
1. a 1 i'i s b 1 1 a
H. FITZCEP.ALD & CO.
S'ict't'Sv.rs at Meiupliii. ol l'.irli, Siiiipiui lit Co J
JACKSoNPOIir. AUK f MI'..MPHIS.TEX.V
Wholesale and "Retail Gicr c;b.
FOR WA RD IMS A.Ha
roMJiissiox mium,
92 Fkost How, Memhiis, Trns
wii.i: A.i:rs i ok tub hai.e uf
DI'POXT'K CELKBItATKI) GUXPOW
DEU. PIIINTIXU PAPER 4 IXK,
Virgii. is, Kentucky und Missouri Tobacr.
Cotton Yams, OMiuburgs aud Dunastic.
Juiy 3lat IRjiJ 3U
The State of Mississippi, )
Tiiirtli Ciniiiiy.
To James .li ifn y mui wife, Mnry; Cin
thia lrviu. J, .-.( .1 .-i!Vt y ni.il nue Antiw,
Jiiini's P. Heliums, I. N. White und wile,
Miilinda:
YTOU ure hereby cited to be and appear
1 I.t fore the Probate Court of Tippuli
(utility, ut tlie Court house thereof, on tho
Third Monday of Mny next, then ami there
todiow chum;, whv the Final Account of
l,-,.l, Hi.lloi.u A. l, ., i. ... ..4- .t... i-.
I ,alt. f Murgarel Heliums, de.ea,..d, pre.
, , said Court for allowance.
Uhould not be allow, .1, aud a decree maJ.
tller,..)tm B,,,)r,injv.
Hn. James R..?an.
' piJi,,. JUav of said (Wt.
itMESlhe third M ut.iuv in March ISo
. vlteli r , i ,i, , " r . .i i
I'.lMKL HUNT, ( l i
i-iih Js 12 5w
Ah
Notice.
"niRGirS Imp tried Horse, LOTTERY.
1) anii one ot Ins CoP.s, live Months old,
is now iu Ripley ai.d v iii rem? it. t-iilil ;ii-J
Wih of June next;
i!i serve "tlires at
52(Jthe iriMttu.iLtj. ilc may bi-totiiid al tiiu
old Jjliije stable, opikv.it'- tin- R.pl.-v IIot4.1
W. S. liUUiE
Mitrli 31st lba3.
Hanger's Notice.
Takeu up by Luroy Luker.6 miles north
0f ,j r,,une nun g.'uy Marc, 3 J ta.'
1 aptiruiv d I,) &75.
Also, one small sorrell Mare Mtuo, 16
. or 17 ) ars old; appruuid to 8-..l.
Taken up ly F. W. Johns-m, e:n' iron gray
FilUy, 2 vearsold, appraised to STS.
fee?:'.
Talt-n up by Win. X. Me ks, one Hack
Mare.H or9 years old. bind feet white,
short mane and tail; appraised to S-10.
fees 3
J.M. CLARK, Rang-ar
April 14th lsoij.
BMGiMQ & r.crE.
A few half pi'-es of las"'r-5 '''
(cords of rope i r Jilt clv"6i
A DRO!; i CO.
Ms-el, 9. .S. ' . .
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