Fcltox, Miss., Dec 24, 1850.
. Judge A. B. Bcllard:-.LW Sir: Hav
rag heard with great interest, the able advo
c icy of your political position in the canvass,
ana believine-. s. tr ,l tht mnoni
lation through the public press, would be of
public utility, vou will confer a favor onus
Hnd manr of vnni-mtit.nto .n WinJa
furnishing it to the "Mississipwan" for publi
Bespectfullv, your friends,
A. J. McWILLlAMS, M. D.,
C. W. LAYTOX,
Fcltos, Miss., Dec 24th, 18G0.
Gestlemks : -The political position refer
red to in VOlir tinr! nnti. r.f thin timtt' U lixi-B
placed at your disposal. The plan is given
hu out lew of the arguments used by me to
sustain it It is in substance
submission to the aggressions of the
"Clack Republican party" ruinous : and the
yirest method that could be adopted to de-
troy the Union. Our submission to past and
present unconstitutional measures, and legis
lation destructive of Southern interests and
institutions, would only inwte further usurpa
tions, anu give an impettvto ifc "lrrepressi
jiu connict," which worj :rr ane-Y-u- years
drive us out of the Uuwn in defence of our
lives and property. We cannot have peace or
j'roperty in the union, or even remain there,
divided as we now are. and have for Tears
n. As I love this Union, I hate submis-
s:oa, for it tends to its destruction
I also oppose the secession of Mississippi, or
uc ece.-sion oi tne LOtton states, under ex
isting circumstances. While I admit the
"f a .State to secede, I oppose the poll
cy, lor the following and many other reasons:
lt We claim that we are entitled to the
protection ot our shve property in all the
1 erri lories belonging to the Federal Govern
ment, and want this protection in the coro
uion domain. It cannot be contended that a
Territory has the right ef secession from the
- nion. It cannot resume its sovereignty, for
it never had any. It is like an unborn child,
it has ics existence alone through the mother.
A Involution is the only means by which it
could be absolved from the Federal Govern
ment. I am unwilling to secede leaving the
d erri tones in the hands of our enemies, or to
impose on them Revolution and claim for our
selves peaceable secession. If w are com
pelled to "scuttle the ship and take to the life
boat," let us not leave our children on board,
for we have ample accommodation and are
able to take them with us on equal terms and
with equal safety.
2d. We wouid have no outlet for our slaves,
with their rapid increase and the impossibility
of their extension, they would at no distant
day become valueless, the country appropria
ted to their labor would not maintain them.
By the secession of "the cotton States alone.
and the abandonment of the Territories, we
close the door against the extension of slave
ry, and doom it to ruin. Cuba we cannot get,
and if we cou.14, it is filled with Africans ai
re I tj. Mexico is found not adapted to the
iuctious, in the growth of which alone.
slave Ialjor is found profitable.
The States of Virginia, North Carolina,
Tennessee, Kentucky and Missouri believe the
political dill'erences 'between the North and
South can be amicably settled, and for that
reason would not now join us in any seces-
oiuiiary movement. Alabama, t londa, Lou
isiana and Texas, are all that would probably
join us in such movements. This would give
us a small, and from its shape, very much ex
4-Ji. Looking to the political condition of
Europe, knowing that this is the only Repub
lic of consequence in the world, the only
rebuke to the dynasty of kings, we must
know they have a common interest in the de
struction of our institutions. Turn our at
tention to the two sections of our own coun
try, we are forced to the conclusion that great
hostility exists, and in case of collision, which
seems inevitable, either section would form al
liances with foreign powers, for its own de
fence, hence it is most probable that the great
powers of Europe would be engaged in the
contest. Divided, we would be weak, and no
longer able to enforce the Monroe doctrine of
"non-interference of European powers with
the political condition of any country on this
Continent." Uence they would be able to
obtain tho long desired Protectorate oyer Mex
ico and the South American provinces. And
having one common interest the destruction
of this Government it is most probable that
iu the end oi the fraternal contest, like Po
land, Hungary and Greece, we would be di
vided out to pay the expenses of the war.
Or they could then dictate to us a form of
government, give us a King, and remove from
the worTd thconTy" argument in lavorof man's
capacity for self-government. These, with
many other reasons, induce me to oppose the
secession of the cotton States under existing
My policy then is The Constitution of
Mississippi should define her rights in the
Federal Government, and declare she will
have them and nothing less. Then recom
mend a Convention of all the Southern States
to be holden at an early day, and recommend
that Delegates be elected by the people, in the
same ratio and from the same districts that
they are represented in the popular branch of
Congress, provide for the election of her own
delegates, then let the Convention adjourn, to
meet on its own orders, so that it may re-assemble
on the happening of any necessary con
tingency. The election of delegates should
be by the people, they would by this means
gain information, and keep the subject con
stantly before them, which they greatly need.
If the State Conventions went beyond, or fell
short of the wishes of the people, the error
would be corrected in the subsequent election.
Let the S julh then be thoroughly canvassed,
by candidates for the Southern Convention.
When the Southern Convention assembles, let
it declare the rights of the South in the Fed
eral Government, and what they will have
and nothing less, naming the obnoxious laws
of the Northern States, the repeal of which,
together, with the settlement of the right to
protection of slave property in the Territories,
or the extension of some physical line that
will forever settle that question, as essential
prerequisites to a longer continuance in the
Union. Then recommend the calling of a
National Convention to be holden as early as
pcssible, the delegates to be elected by the
people in the same manner, as those to the
Southern Convention. This will bring the
whole subject before the whole of the United
States, and if there are conservative national
men enough in the nation to save it, it will be
known by the election of sound national men
to the National Convention ; if there is not
enough such men, the sooner it is known the
better for both sections.
When the National Convention assembles
let it settle these questions if possible, lay
down a programme for the administration of
the Oovernment, and recommend to the prop
er authorities to carry out such measures. If
in this Convention the questions cannot be
settled, it wi.l then be evident to all that a dis
ruption of the government is inevitable.
Then let the Convention recommend a peace
able dissolution; or if that cannot he effected,
our Southern sister States seeing no hope of
the preservation of the Union, will join us in
any movement for a Southern Confederacy.
So will toe Northwestern states, tne gruia
nes that feed the cotton-growing region link
ed to us as they are by rivers and railroads.
I be 1 err; tunes will join us in tne Kevolution;
so will the district of Columbia, and perhaps
the State of New Vorlf- We will then have
a powerful confederacy, and not more than
twelve or thirteen Black Republican States
will be lea out of the Union, which would
soon be anxious to repeal all obnoxious laws
and seek a u nin with us on terms or equality
I am gentlemen,
and obedient servant,
A. B. BULLARD.
The Charleston Fort.
A contributor of New fork Herald furn
ishes tbe following :
Tbe pressure which has beep attempted on
the President through the medium of the
Charleston forts is no great matter after all, if
the facts of the case be faced fairly. The two
works wbh are designed to command the
entrance of the harbor are Forts Moultrie and
Sumter. The latter is the larger of the two,
with three tiers of guns, surrounded entirely
by water, too shoal for heavy ships to approach,
and yet sufficient to prevent the use of bat
teries nearer than 800 or 900 yards, where
the shore line approaches most closely. With
a verv moderate tmrrison it would be entirely
Impregnable at any means at the disposal of
the State, aiki yei is utucu us.h iausuau
in armor as little capable of doing harm as
of receiving it Vessels going up being only
auhiect to its fire for a tttn.
Fort Moultrie, however, though inferior in
size does probably interdict the Maffit channel
entirely, and has a better view of the main
shin channel, which it enfilades at kmg range
on the northern lead, but still cannot prevent
the passage of vessels. Unlike Fort Sumpter
it is open to approaches by land, for which the
gund supplies the best defence against shells.
The work is designed for a girrison of one
hundred men in war, and in peace was to be
kept by half a company. It is, therefore,
nearly provided with its war garrison at tbe
present time. Indeed, in view of the means
that the State could bring to bear, it is suffic
iently manned, and the President is altogether
right in refusing to reinforce tbe garrison,
when by so doing be might precipitate the ac
tios ol State without adding materially to the
aeBuritj of the fort. As profowkmal thing
the commandant was right in asking the sup
ply of any deficiency, but he will deserve to
be cashiered if he does not maintain the post
long enough to receive relief should the Presi
dent decide to send it, even after hearing of a
positive attack. On the other nana, snouia
the State seize Fort Sumpter, it will be of no
avail in case the Government insist on collec
ting the revenue. It seems to me that in thus
regarding the case the President has shown
more judgment ot its true points anu mure
nerve than many of his would-be counsellors
in facing the issue. As ior Castle I inckney,
thatis out of the Question, unless it was m-
- tended to reduce the city, which noone dreams
of, while Fort Johnston is equally immaterial,
anrl ininniror not verv dc'.eiisloie irom
The despatches of a day or two past saddle
the President with another absurity in making
linn keep ready the Macedonian lor service at
Charleston, the port is eutirely inaccessible
to such a ilraf;. and lima otf the bar at this
season woUd l a verv sill V business for a ves
sel without steam, which, in the prevailing
weather, would just lie able to take gare of
nerseit without irouDiing otuers.
There is a better card than that to be played.
One of the bust corvettes in the navy is at
anchor near Norfolk, iust in from sea, and of
course ready to nut to sea. Nothing easier
than to embark a battalion Horn tne roriress
close by, steam to Charleston, and, if unable
to lighten the ship so as to pass over the bar
at high water, send up the men to tne lorts in
the launch and lanre cutters. In fact, a hun
dred seamen could easily be spared from the
ship to hold r ort Sumpter, without tamngany
troops on board tor that purpose. 1 here are
no better artillerymen than men-of war's
men, as was proved at Sebastopol, where the
fleet furnished both the guns and the men,
So much for the clamor in regard to the
danger to the garrison of Fort Moultrie.
But as the President has affirmed the non-ex
istence of constitutional power in himself or in
congress to coerce a State, it is not iikeiy
that he will permit himself to be dragged
into the measure by an etloit to maintain
positions which are only serviceable to the
Government lor that end.
In this city, on the 30th ult., by the Rev.
Mr. Pont, Mr. Besj. F. Ham.br to Miss. II.
Louisa Kiettt, all of Jackson.
the bride and groom have our thanks lor
the wine and cake found on our table, and
our best wishes for unalloyed happiness.
At the residence of Dr. T. A. Catchings, on
the 20th inst., by the Rev. Thomas Ford, Mr.
Charles Glinn Redfield to Miss Sabau
Catcbini.s, all of Hinds county.
1 had the pleasure of being one ot the nu
merous party who attended the marriage of
the happy pair, and can truly say a more joy
ous assemblage I have never seen. If one
heart went there that night with a shadow
upjn it, that shadow was soon gone, lor smiles
enwreathed every lip, and joy beamed forth
from beauteous eyes, the fair young bnde,
happy in the affections of the noble heart she
hail won, and beautiful in the love she had
iven, wore around her a spell of witchery,
and all hearts w ished her future to be as bright
as the lovely dawn just breaking upon her.
"Joy to the bride ; loves brightest wreath for
thee may true love twine," was echoed from
lip to bp. The fortunate bridegroom was no
less a feature ot that happy evening to be re
membered. The warm and hearty congratu
lations he received showed to a stranger how
much he was beloved, and methought bow
worthy of a woman's love is he. The nup
tial vows were breathed the holy man had
sent to Heaven his petition for their happi
ness, the congratulations were over, and sup
per was announced. The sumptuous board
was magnificent, and the epicure found there
everything to please his refined taste. The
kind host and his amiable lady have many
thanks for the pleasure enjoyed at their man
sion, and long shall live a remembrance of
their genuine hospitality. F.
At the residence of her mother in Koscius
ko, on Saturday evening 15th day of Decem
ber 1860, Mrs. Martha E. Galleppi, wife of
Charles Galleppi, of the city ol Jackson, Jo
the 27th year of her age.
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This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the can
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a speedy care may be relied on.
To Harried Ladies
it is peculiarly suited. It will, in a short time,
bring on the monthly period with regularity.
Kaeh boUU, price Oaa Iloliar, heurt the Govariw
ment Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counter
Three P'Mt ehould not be taken ly femalee darinf
tht FIRST THREE ilOSTUS of Pregnancy, at
hey are eure to briny on Jtiecarriage, but at any other
ime they are eae
la all eases of Nervous and Spinal Affections,
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Whites, these Pills will effect a cure when all othe
means have failed, and although a powerful reme
dy, do not contain iron, ctlomel, antimony, or any
thing hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each
repackage, which should be cfully preserved.
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JOB MOSES, Rochester, N. T.
N. B. SI and 6 postage stamp enclosed to any
ithoriied agent, will insure a bottle, coBtaininl
ver 50 pills, by return mail.
For sale in Canton by Morey A Bro.
Sold in Jackson by J. S. Siser, J. B. Morey
and C. A. Moore; J. C. Lanier A Co., V ieksburg
J. WRIGHT A CO., New Orleans, Wholesale
Agents. tenia 58-- s-wAwtf
THE BEST BEYOND A QUESTION.
W. E. HAGAK & CO., of Troy, N.
have gives us for publication the following
unsolicited opinions of the highest toned
journals in the land, all commendatory oi
II KI MS I ii bfc 1 7b "Inimitable hair coloring.
'A superior Hair Restorative.' Boston
It takes precedence of all others.' Spring
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'We would advise our readers to buy noth
ing but original inimitable Hair Restorative!
A truly valuable prcpartion tested by turn
and experince.' Boston Ledger,
It is tne only rename article ior resionnr
gray hair to its original color.' Family
'It has a most extensive sale.' Troy Time
'Rejoice i ye with gray hairs and bald heads,
for the IiiimitalJe will restore the former t
its original beauty, and cover the latter witi
a luxuriant growth.' Troy Budget.
If you wish to haye the real color, msteai
of the rough look which hair-dye imparts, use
lleimstreet's Restorative, which invigorates the
roots of the hair and makes it young again, n
matter how much it may be faded.' Bost4t
Sold everywhere Price 50c and $1 a but
tie. Sold in Canton by Morey & Bra, Cassellfe
Baughn, Sold in Jackson by J . B. Morej.;
J. S. Sizcr, and all the druggist.
J. WRIGHT, & CO., .New Orleans, Who
sale Agents. June 1 '60- s&w 'Jin.
Mothers! Mothers Or. Eaton's Infaotle
Cordial. See advertisement ia anether column.
mrch23 '60 wly.
lff We would eall the attention of our readers
to the advertisement of Prof. O. J. Wood's A CVe
Hair Restorative in another eo'umn.
march 2:1 'SO Ij
ty QUERY Hve you bave seen that Big
odiaa ij another column, boiling Roots, Baau
and Leaves, for the Cherokee Remedy T ;
Lodging Koorai to Kent ! ! !
TWO Croat rooms and two back rooms in teird
story, aud one double office in second aWy
ot tbe Ellis building, to rent from Jan. 1st. 1840.
Dee 31 60.
J . i). uoani ,
Attention Mississippi Capital Iragos)u
YOU will attend parade oa Saturday, tnej oth
day of January, the regular monthly pttade
of the Company.
You are alto required to be present at Uattalion
Parade, 00 Tuesday, tbe 8th day of January. -Ity
order of ihe Captain,
Dee2i'e-tJ8. N. H. THOMPSOX, 0R.
.GENERAL HE ADy CARTERS,
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI.
Aojctakt OaNSiui Orncs, ')
Jackson, Uec. 24th liMiO. f
riMIE following official intelligence u job the sub
JL ject of arms, is hereby communicated far the
inlormatioa of tbe numerous Volunteer Companies,
orcamsed since July 1st, ISM ; and also those now
heins organised tboacbont the State.
Tbe impossibility of procuring tho "Mississippi
Rifle," (as it is termed,) with saber nayonet ; ne
cessitates a resort to to L . S. altered, perfussion
ArransTemenU h..ve been male with the War De
pertinent, for tbe purchase of five tbuusandttaud of
these arms, now stored at tbe iiaton Rouge Arsenal.
Said arms have been examined and proved satis
factory, and will be delivered here, on or about tbe
1st of January, 1801 ; when they will be distribu
ted to those compao ies having previously filed tbe
requisite bonds in tuts umco.
Captains wishing te be supplied immediately
would do well to call at the ofiioe, on the arrival of
Ia relation to tbe Companies organised prior to
the let of July, 1880, other arrangements are being
made, and should said arrangements be perfected
soon, tbe Captaiis commanding, will be officially
notified as to what will bave been done.
W. L. SYKES,
Pee St '80-tf. Adjutant C itral,
C re Vuught. (XI J, Hoarstnese, Infin
enta, and Ifr tmiem, or Soreness of
the Throat, SSitm the Hackiny
VotilfK in Consumption, Bren-c-"ti,
Aethma, and C.tarrh,
Clear and aire etrengt h to
the mien of
Few are aware of the importance
of cheeking a Coush or "Common
Cold" in iu first s 'ige ; that which
in the beginning would viol i to a
mild remedy, H neglected, soon at
tacks the Langs. "Brovn't Bron
chial Trochee." containing demulcent
ingredients, allay Pulmonary and Bronchial Irri
, "That trouble in my Throat, ( for
BROWS S which the - Trochee" arc a specific 1
t having made me ot'ten a mere whis-
TROCIIES ! perer. M. P. WILLIS.
"I recommend their use to Pcb
BROWN'S Lie Sfeakeks."
REV. E. H. CHAPIV.
TltOCHES "Gr -it service in subduing
BROWN'S KKV. DANIEL WISE.
"Almost instant relief in ibedis-
TROCIIE9 1 tressing labor of breathing peculiar
! to Astuma.
BROWN'S I REV. A. C. EGGLESTON.
i "Contain no Opium or anything
TROCHES injurious." DR. A. A. HAVES,
BROW.VS I "A simple and pleasantcoinbiua
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TROCHES I DR. G. V. MGLOW, lloeton.
"Bcnensial in Bronchitis."
BROWN'S I DR. J. F. LANE, Bnrtan.
"I hive proved them excellent for
TROCHES i WnooKSG Coroa."
I REV. E W. WARREN, Boeton.
BROWN'S I 'Beneficial when compelled to
apeak. sutTerine from Cold."
TitOCIIES ; BF V. S. J. P. ANDEltSOX,
BROWN'S "EFFECTOALin removing lloarse
I ness and Irritation of the "Throat,
TROCHES I socommonwith SpaAXKiis and Sin-
BROWN'S Prof. M. STACV JOHNSON.
La (ra ?, da.
TROCHES I Teacher of Musio Southern
BROWN'S , ' Great benefit when taken before
and after tireachini?, as they pre-
TROCHES vent Hoarseness. From their st
effect. 1 think they will be perman-
BROWN'S ent advantage toi "
KKV. E. BOWLfil, A. 51.
Prcsldentof Athens College, Tenn.
i3T Sold by ail Druggists at
T t.NTV-FlVK CENTS A JJU-V
Dec 23 '60 !y.
Valuubl" Propoity for Sale.
A DOUSE and Lot la this city. A great bar
gain will be given, eall on
FSb '60 tf.
T. F. OWEN.
GARDEX SEEO FOR 1S60.
Hli. riieumer taaawDn, ouuw papers atlnr ei-
pected. Oee2l 60 J
j. s. si&jfa.
Christmas aud New Years.
4 RTICLES suitable for presents. The most
fa- elegant Bohemian Toilet .Setts, EngtUh Bibles,
u j, inn nooas, rervice ana l'rajer cooks, just re
eeived by Dsc il '60. J. S. S1ZER.
Pt.i Steamer Str of tbe Vtst, one cask i'ure
Hrundv. a low baskets of best 1'h.iiin.n -Mm
I Dec 21 "60. J
ON Consignment two large casks ot (.ure Lin
seed Oil, which we jlfer at ;uii .1 advance, to
ciose out the in voice J. S. tilSK.
OUit Stuck of Suiplo faults, eKct euetuicals,
pure drugs and ineoicines, books and station
ery, is now couip:to an '. we offer the same at as
low prices as the times j ustif y. J. S. N1ZRK.
reAd r reao i FatiAii iT:
S I A S L E V
W.AYISO FOB AHL'iSMKM, AND BETTIXU TO COrHT
By D. Walker.
A BOOK suited to the times Southern in every
ie-pect, deeply inteicating, snd of high moral
cnaracter. Nov 27 '611 lm d-tw.
POVOM Puffs, Poms ies, Combs, Bears Grease,
Lilly White, As., tc. J. 8. sIZKR.
I Y a young lady, a Situation as Teacher in a
- family. She has had considerable exDerieuen.
and is qualified to teach English branohes, Music
on the Piano and Painting. Address, Box No. 37,
Beuton, or refer to Hon. Robt. Bowu.an. anu Kev.
J. S. Montgomery, Yasoo City. Dte7 '60 tf.
Copiah County Laud for Sale 20,000
t nil above number of acres of land will be
m. eold at private sale to suit purchaser- It
lies on and wi'.hin seven miles of Railroad truck.
and convenient to Hailehorst and Bahala Depots.
It varies in quality from the best creek bottom
to the common pine hill. Purchasers may on rea
sonable terms obtain tracts of any sise and qual-
iij. xor imorinauon apply to me at uaiiatin,
Copiah county, Miss. SAM'L REDUS,
Jan 4, "88. tf. Agent.
Plantation for Sale.
1 offer for sale my plantation in Issaquena county,
Mississippi. It is situated on the Mississippi
River, 45 miles above Vicksburr. and contain!
21100 acres, 600 of which are un , er fe-co, and 400
mors deadened. The place is well improved, having
a comfortable dwelling, overseer's bouse. Lacte
quarters, a good gia house, new and substantial
corn cribs and stables, and all other necessary out
nouses, witn a sumcieni number ot cirterns to
supply tbe placs with water. There is also an
abundance ot tbe very best wood on the place,
convenient to the river, whic'i always commands
a ready sale.
Ibis planfAtun better known as the Gregory
Place, hs the character of being one among tho
best cotton plantations on the river. It will be
sold veiy low, and oa easy terms.
tor particulars apply to Messrs. Payne A
Honuon, New Orleans ; L. 0. Moore .t Co., V ieks
burg, or the subscriber on the place.
ovpb. lonu-tl n m. O. JjA.VULtb I .
A DESIRABLE residence for sale, which can be
had on reasonable terms, by applying at this
Also, a tract of land containing 220 acres in Co
piah county, neaiPine Ridge.
June 21 os tt.
ON Saturday night 24th inst., in Tackson, a let
ter containing Tbornhill A Co's acceptances of
some drafts drawn by II. C. Chambers, Mrs. Cren
shaw, J. T. Taylor, Rich. O. King, Administrators,
and two of Robinson, Mayson A Co., amounting
vi in a i aooutji io,uuo, due in r ebruary and March,
1861 : all enclosed in an envelone. dirtied to Rob
inson, Windley A Co., Jackson, Miss. The payment
of tbe drafts has been stoppeJ. A liberal reward
will be paid on their return to me at Brandon, or
at the store of Robinson, Windley A Co., Jackson.
nov zi 00 tr. e. K1C11AKUSON.
ONE of the most desirable small tracts of land in
Hinds county, five mi es from Jackson, the
State Capital, adjoining tho landsof Wm. B. Taylor
Esq., containing two hundred acres ; one hundred
acres in cultivation, enclosed by a gocd f-uce a
good wood pasture of about tt .rty acres enclosed
by a good fence a small oomtortable dwelling,
kitchen, smoke house, stable, orn crib, wagon shed
and negro cabins, Ac.; several never failing springs
of good free stone gravel water, peach orchard,
a good stock range, j winter and summer. ) This is
as healthy a location as there is in Hindi County.
for terms which will be very liberal to a good
purchaser. Apply to tt LOMBARD, Civil Engin
eer, Jackson, Miss, or to V. R. 1)1CL."0, Post
Master, Jackson, Mississippi, agents.
April z oo taw-u.
TJAINTS 2,000 lbs genuine French white zinc,
M. in rehnedoil. justreceived by J.n. M.hR.
Ekmkbt Fdysbbi. No. 55, lbvee st., new orlkanp.
HAVING greatly enla'ged bis steam works, is
prepared to fill orders for every dcriptinn
of Coufotionary, freshly manufactured, warranted
fullyequal to similar articles imp-.trted from any
quarter and at tho most reasonable prices. Mis
gum drops, candies and sugarplums are extensively
and larnrably Known throughout the CKuth-west.
Terms : Ca-h or approved city acceptances.
Nov 2 '60-w6ui.
Coal Oil and Cual Oii Lamp!!!
PRODUCE the desideratum light for steadiness
and brilliancy of Same and cheapness of
A large assortment of the choicest patterns of
Lamps, and tbe best Coal Oil made, at the lowest
figus-e for same quality of O.l. J. b. MOREY.
Oct. i, I860.
N. B. Persons at a distance cm bave their
orders filled and the bills collected on delivery of
goods through Adams' Express.
T MRS. Vlhi)fc.N't, State Street, Jackson.
She begs to btji ber lady friends and tbe
public generally, tti '.oe has just returned from
Hew VorE with an eini assorvmem 01 jaemona
Ue art Millinery, selected from tbe leading
establishments of Fasuion. Her bonnets, laces,
embroidery, cloaks, Ac, are gotten up in a style
of beauty and elegance never before equalled in
this Market, ureases made to oraer anu u sun
the most refined taste. oot 111 as tf
A GREAT BARGAIN.
'IHE p'.aee formerly owned by Dr. I). O. Williams
A within 4 miles of Clinton, noted for health
and in reach of tbe finest schools in tbe State,
male and female, well watered, with 6 or 1O0 acres
of good creek bottom, for sale, low, very low, as 1
am determined to break up farming. There are
1.120 acres in tbe tract, a new gin bouse, and press.
a new corn crib, a fine dwelling house Jn. Nearly
20U0 bushels corn and fodder, also mules and horses
brood mares, cattle, sheep and bogs. The land
will be sold cheap and on accomodating terms.
Mr. Tie-, the Overseer on the place, wnl show
the land to any one wishing to purchase, or appli
cations can be made to tbe subssriber at Clinton,
Hinds Co. Miss. ULO. STOKES.
Nov 1 '50-tf.
Eaele of the South, Amsrican Citisen, Canton
publish till forbij.
HORSE FOR SALE.
A SADDLE or buggy horse, so kind tan a lady
can manage bim with ease, 6 years old, will
be sold ebcap for cash, r approved note payable
in twelvemonths, with 10 percent intcict. Apply
at this office. Oct 16 '80 if.
HARRIS' SUBSOIL PLOWS.
rroxjl.S is to oertify that we have been using
A iLrris' Subs .il plough fur three seasons.
Tbe result of our experience is, that we would
not be without the ploughs, in the preparation of
old clny land in tbe spring for twioa the price of
the ploilgn. 1 iretn. co.io.
Nov 3d, 1860. J. D. FOK0.
We have been using tbe above ploughs for the
nast two yean, and concur fully with ihe Messrs
pTrd THOS. H. CLARK.
Those wishing tbe plew can obtain it at Phillips
& Kelts, who have them ou band at their manufac
tory in iaekson, Miss. Price $1(1,
The farm right, or tbe right to manufacture tbe
above plow in the counties of Hinds and Rankin,
can be purchased by application to- . h
L. H. SMITH,
Nov 6 '60-wlOw. Clio ton, Miss,
FOB THE SPEEDY CURE OF
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Asue
Remittent Feter, Chill Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical Headache, or Bilious
Headache, and Bilious Fevers, indeed
lor the whole class of diseases orisi
nating iu biliary derangement, rntispd
by the Jlalana of miasmatic countries.
No one remedy is louder called for by the
necessities of the American people than a sure
auu sue cure ior rever end Ague. Such
we are now enabled to ofter, with a perfect
'""' wm eramcate the disease,
and with assurance, founded on proof, that
no harm can arise from its use in any quan-
That which protects from or prevents this
disorder must be of immense service in the
communities where it prevails. Prevention is
better than cure, for the p :tient escapes the
risk which he must run in. violent attacks of
tin baleful distemper. This "Cure" expels
the miasmatic poison of Vkftm and Aoub
from the system and prevents the develop
ment of the disease, if takeo on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is
not only the best remedy ever yet discovered
for this class of complaints, but also the
cheapest. The large quantity we supply for
a dollar brings it within the reach of every
body; and in bi'i.ous districts, where Fever
and Aove prevails, every body should have it
and use it freely both for cure and protection.
It is hoped this price will place it within tkm
reach of nil the poor as well as the rich.
great superiority of this remedy over am
other evei discovered for thr speedy and cer
tain cure of Intermittents is, that it contains
no Quinine or mineral, consequently it pro
diKps no quinisr.. or other injurious effects
whatever upon tho constitution. Those cured
by it are left as Lealthv as if thev had never
had the disease.
Fever and Ague is not alone the con sea uence
of ;he miasmatic poison. A creat varietvof
disorders arise from its irritation, among which
are Neuralgia, Uheumatism, fJout, Headache,
Blindness, Toothache, 10aracl" Catarrh, Asth
ma, Palpitation, l'ainful Affection of the
Spleen, Hysterics, Pain in the Bowels, i olic,
Paralysis, and I)i anzement of the Stomach.
all of which, when originating in this cause,
j;ut on the intermittent type, or become period
ical. This " Cure " expels ihe poison from
the blood, and consequently cures them all
alike. It is an invaluable protection to immi
grants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts, ft taken
occasionally or dany while exposed to the in
fection, that will be excreted from the svstem,
and cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity
to ripen into disease. Hence it is even more
valuable for protection than ere, and few will
ever suffer from Intermittents, if they avail
themselves of the protection this remedy af
fords. Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHYSIC,
are so composed that disease wihin the rane of
'heir action can rarely withstand or evade them,
lheir penetrating properties se reb, and cleanse,
and invigorate every portion of the human organ
ism, correcting its diseased action, and restoring
its healthy vitalities. As a consequence of incse
properties, tne invalid wno is flowed down with
lain or physical debility is astonished to find his
ifalth or" energy restored by a remedy at once so
simple and inviting.
Not only do they cure ;hc evcry-day complaints
of every body, but also manv formidable and
dangerous diseases. The agent below named is
pleased to furnish gratis my American Almanac,
containing certificates of their cures and directions
for their use in the following con'iplaints : Ccstire
ness, llearthurn, IlcuJaclie aritihj from rfuKM rf red
Storn -ri, Maitsea, Indigent ion. Vain in and Ma bid
Inaction o f the Botrcls, Flatulent y. Loss o f APe
tite, Jaundice, and other kinted coniplamts,
arising from a low state of the body or obstruction
of its functions. They are an excellent alterative
for t e renovation of the blood and the restora
tion of tone and strength to the system debilitated
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
FOB. THE BUill CUBE OF
Conghs, Colds, influenza. Hoarseness,
Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Consump
tion, and Tor the relief of Consumptive
Patients in advanced stages of the
So wide is the field of its usefulness and so nu
merous arc the cases of its eves, that almost
every section of country abounds in persons pub
licly known, who have been resbx ?d from ala rising
and even desperate diseases of the lungs by ils
use. When once tried, its superiority over c.ery
other medicine of its kind is too apparent to escape
observation, and where its virtue, are known, the
public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ
for the distressing a'l J dangerous affections of the
pulmonary organs thut are incident to our climate.
While many inferior remedies hrust upon the
community have failed and been discarded, this
has gained friends by every trial, conferred benefit j
on the afflicted they can never forget, and pro
duced cures too numerous and too remarkable to
DR. J. C. AYER & CO
Sold by J. . rtiser, C. A. Moore, and Morey A
Hother, Jackson ; M. Emanuel, Vicksburg; Casssll
B'tuirbn, Ownt'in, hfy all Iltigf$i.
Wholesale by John Wright A Cc , New (Mean.
may 10 ifion ly.
(i R E A T
of tbe"preent age, hare acquLrea their great popularity
only through years of trial. Unbounded Bat U taction
fa rendered by them in all caaea.
WILL POSITITZLT CURE
Liver Complaint. Dy.pep.la, Janndloe. Kervooa De
bility. Diaea.es of Use Kidney.,
and all liM8 arising from a OisorderpJ liTer, or weak
ness of the Stomach and Digestive Organs,
ant wnL posranxY ptxnsT
YELLOW mil, BILIOUS fEVES, AM FEVER AND AIOL
Bee our Almanac for proof. Puce, 75 cents per Bottle.
Hoofland s Balsamic Cordial
WILL POSIT! VELT CLB.K
Coughs, Colds, or Hoarseness, Bronroitis, Influenza,
Croup. Pneumonia, Incipient Consumption,
and has performed the most astonishing cures ever known
As a Diarrhoea Cordial it is unequalled. Price, 75 cents
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN PILL,
being well known throughout Europe and America, needs
no commendation here. They are purely vegetable, are
prepared with great exactness, and are sugar-coated. No
better Cathartic Pill can be found. Pares, 25 cts. per box.
These medicines are prepared by Dr. C. M. Jicxsok A
Co , Philadelphia, Pa, and St. Louis, Mo., and are sold by
druggists and dealers in niedicii.es everywhere. Tbe sig
nature of C. M. JiCKSOK will be on the outside of each
bottle or box.
In our " Eecrybody'i Almanac," published annually, you
will find testimony and commendatory notices from all
parts of the country. These Almanacs are given away by
all our afi-ents.
Fod at Manufacturers prices by
' CHANDLER A CO., Memphis.
H. r.l. A K SI. V, St. Louis, Mo.
WRIGHT A CO., New Orleans.
Sold by C A Moire, J G Morey, J S Siier, Agents
Jackson, Miss. March SS '80 wly
GKrAtiBrTPOSi TORY .
R. MARS II DENMAJf At CO.,
Corner Oarondelet and Gravirr Street, and 81, 83
and 84 Common Street, New Orleant.
ment of CARRIAGES of every
description, from their own manu
factory, and from the best manniactories in too
United States, which they offer for sale low for
cash or eity acceptances.
Th.v have enzasTOa tne services 01 oir. v. m
'lollingsworth, formerly of tbe firm of Messrs
Bouer A Co.,Veoo City, as Salesman.
. E. L.
UNDER the Will of William Jacobs, Sr.,
who died in the District of Greenville, in the
State of South Carolina, in May last, a considerable
lvgecy has been left to James Mad i on Jacobs
his son. James Madison Jacobs, when last heard
of by hit family in Sooth Carolina, was in Selma,
Alabama. It alive, neisprooaoiy resiumn m
of the Western States ; and notice is hereby given
that in default of bis applying lor saia legacy,
within a reasonable time, application will bo made
to the Court to dispose of it among his Heirs at
Law. liiwakii u. .1 AVWI.-,
Greenville, 8. C, Oct '0-w3m. Executor.
lani for sale.
fBEF. nndorsig: ed will soli on reaifomi..o lersi,,
M. 460 acres of good land, suitable tor farming
or mill facilities; it being well timbered on 1 several
good springs of iijver lulling water on the j,lace,
and lying a half milo ia of the O. N. Hailroud,
seven miles south ui Haiitham.
Nov 6 '60 wbm". JESSE SFEER.
QUICKEST TIME YET ! !
GRAND JUNCTION TO CINCINNATI
2 4 HOURS.
GRAND JUNCTION TO HEW YORK,
5 4r K HOUR S .
U REAT ' EASTERN ROUTE
OHIO A KB ISSISSIPP
R A 1 1 R P A 1)
MAKlSi' TBB QUICKEST TIJ1K
FROM GRAND JUNCTION
CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, NASHVILLE
ALE EASTERN CITIES'!
New York. XH
Boston X "
Baltimore... $'A g
Washington. 0i M
Eoui'n llle. .
St. Lou,is IS.aZ Hours.
I.om incinnati to ClccJund, Pittubury't or BeUair
Wit: ml ffiilHf " dire.
grBaggng Checked Through.
The Illinois Oitral acdOhiu and Ifisaiasippi
( mailman's maki.
CLOSE AND HELIAULE CONNECTION'S
AT CINCINNATI' WITH OMNI3U3 KIKV, WITH
THE FAVOKITE ROAMS OF THE
THE Ohio and Mi.'Sissippi Ksilroal having
a broad gauge, pa -enge, by this route only, have
the advantage of wide and sp".'?ious cars with
greater liberality ..f room both in the seats and the
aisles than can I found on any other Railroad
in tho Wed, and having
Poote's Iateu Ventilated Cars by Day
and Pootsjs Pttent Ventilated Sleeping
Cars by Night., H-eiigcjriII enjoy an
atmosphere fre from dust, and ut least
TEN DEGREES COOLER THAN IN ORDINARY
TWO DAILY THROUGH EXPRESS
TRAINS, (Sunday Excepted,) One
Train Sunday Evening.
Ask for Tickel via Ohio hiid Mississippi
For inforr ation, apply at the principal
Railroad Offices. ,
(itnl Freif't and TcJeet Agent.
firncrul Soatrtt j u Ajt nt.
Jur.o 24 '60 wlj.
Crystal Springs Institute.
WILL be open for the reception ef Pupil-, tbe
1st. Monday or October. For p&rticai&r?.
address Kev. O,. SE A'TO.V,
Aug 24 '60 w2n. Principal and Proprietor.
A HOST OF PURCHASE HS for a complete as
gurtment of Tii :mk?, Wbip-, 'rafMles, Hsnase,
lirid'e?, B1U Siirrftpo, Kwtingataa, Wagons,
CarU, Sewing Maeb:nej. Fiahing Tackle nd every
thing in my line to suit the times and the approach
Oct. 00 '60 tf. ! W. H. Alle-ia Old Stand.
VALUABLE PARS Foil SALE.
I WISH to sell ij y farm, twonnda half miles
west of Tan g apti j a Station, New OrfeajM and
Jock:on Railroad, n utainin about one bboutaad
acres : two-thirds (1 eek bottom ; three hundred
acres cleared, two hundred acres di.-ade.iul, with a
good .dwelling, ten rlro houses, gin houae, blAok
suiita shop, a larga arn, sixty-Uht feet tquare, a
good garden, and lani orchard in full-bearing and
never-failing wtll, '1$ feet deep, oi1 own cool water
and several spring? with running water through
the place tho year n ubd, under gpd iencing, with
gateato every field, and the cleared iand ail fresh
and In a high a'.atevof cultivation, convenient to
churches and schools, and a good eigbhorhond.
For health, comfort; fertility and convenienee: it
being but 4 hours ..ravel by rail -ad to New Or
leans, it can't be smpased in the South.
I will sell the abo. e farm cheap, and on liberal
time, as I wish to move to Tens, to take caaro of
other lands have there.
For particulars, call and suit, or address
W. U. HILLARD, Taagapaho,
Nov 27 fi0 w8aa LoaiaimBm.
Priutiu Otlice lor Milo
APRINTiAQ Office is ior sale jn very reasona
ble terms, embOaein a Hue's Lare Cylinder
Press, 60 inches between bearers, Uut K.tghtly worn,
and in good working -rder. Also, a sufficient quan
tity of tye,nearly new, to print a paper 26 by '. ' ut
large'.'. Also, u Vj(Uini;tun Bead FreM, with a
good aeaurtment of1 Job Type.
To any one wishing U purchase a . ufDce,
with all the arrangements foreeauftneieij batdneea,
at unusually cheap i i.es, we would ssy tiat ii would
afford us pleasure tu wait on yoe at any time.
Address, A. X. KtU UALL,
Nov 23 '60 wtf. Jaekaoo, Ula.
.NASHVILLE FEMALE ACADEMY
Atrr a reel of asjs tuonlnn, on l.'ir Wl nf Jemnmrjf,
lebl, I rename my jomtion an Princ jal of thit In
etitntion, irith tcnc.L J ha.e betneunuecttd for ticenty
rgiiE Academy c fers some pe uliar advantag
X aiO'pni; wbich, we think ar 0 f!i jwiui :
1. A tr.l cnelo.ru yard of abou G :r?ras, wiluin
tho incorporated limns oi KaabTill, -ns ulTtniing
I'opili unreatainod .reedum in hoaltt-Ji.'. reessMtlon,
ar.d still subjecting thcui to tbe restrjiats at a re
lined and intelligent society.
2. Buildings in extent and sol tables eall, for all
school purpose", unequalled in the United Stales
by any Female School ; and tbse surrounded by
Tittuiouts aud c rridors, olTering coastant induce
ments t ciildren, to brea.ho the frejb air, without
regard to the weather.
S. Security from Fire. These buiMin? are bssv
ted with steam and lighted by as, and thus froe
the I'aroDU 0:' our pupils from at least ony soarce
of constant anxiety abjat their children.
4. Health unequ; in anv Fcinala Scb- el. in
this or any other cou,'!iy. Though one of me lar- j
gest, and a pet of the iuio thoiargc.-t, Boardins
School ia the Jnited SwtM, ynt but three deaths 1
have occurred among its pupils in nearly 40 yeais.
5. A''jn-&ctariaii. It is well known to a I (
quainted with the Academy, that a liaptist, Epi-co- j
palian, Methoditt, or 1'rosbyterian, finds hisuauh
ter here, perfectly satisued, that iu no respect uil!
offence be giving to h:s ptcuiiar views, and yer
equally satined that the principles ot our common
religion will be daily inculcated.
6. Matermul fare. This expression exiitcs nn
expedition which is not tally mot iu the Academy.
A suitable number of ladiei, of piety and refine
ineut, devote their entire time to tbe supervision
of tbe expenses, the morals, habits and health of
the Boarding i'uplls.
G tardiaus and parents, who ;ji,:any cause may
be seeking a permanent educational home lor little
girls, will, we think, bnd such a home in the Aca
demy. Apply to
iiec 2j fJ0 wlm. CD. ELLIOTT.
Rifle Infantry, aud Cavalry Tactics.
ARDEE'S Rifle and Iniuntry Tastiest 2 vols.
SI ,70, mailed at $2,(11). Poinsett a L.ivairy
Tactics, 3 vols , 4,00, mailed at 4,j0. New liook
Dec 21 '60. J. II. MOREY.
THE NEWSPAPER OF
i MVES the latest and most reliable political,
VJf commercial and general news t rom ail parts of
the world. Its special correspondents furnish by
Mail and Telegraph, full and early ae'o.uuti of
everything of interest that transpires in the great
oities oi Europe and America.
THE NEWS OF THE SOUTH RECEIVES
Politically, the -Mercury represents tho State!
Rights resistance element, aad advonaftes the uuion
of the Southern Statea in maintaining tiieirngbts
and establishing their security.
Daily Mercury. 1 yeur in advance sK'."U
Tri-Weekly do do
5 Daily Papers, do do
do 4" "0
caah 'accompanies the
ft. Ii. RID IT, Jr.
Charleston, S. C.
a Tri-Weekly, do do
No paper senc unles tne
Dec 21 'fiO. 3t
A GOVERNESS, "to the manor brn," proficient ,
in Musio, to take charge of a school, in a pri
vate family. Address,
Jilts at. a. f a i.e.,
Dec 21'60 w3t. Iiut,m. Miss.
Valuable River I'lmiluiiou ior sun .
tliE undersigned, otters ior sle his Haatattoa,
situated 011 tioaey Island, containing t,Pu
acres, ot which iou are in cultivation, ana -j
more have been deadened seaveral years. The
blace has a good dwelling house, negro quarters,
stable, cribs' a fine new gin, and other couveuion'
out buildings. I also will sell my stock of horses,
mules, cattle and bogs, and tne csrn, lodder and
farming utensils, on tbe place. The property, is
very valuable, tne land neins; very ncn una pro
ductive; and fronting on Tchula Lake, which is
navigable fetf barge boats during tbe winter and
spring and also being situated within eight miles
of the Yazoo River and twenty three miles of
Also la valuable negroes, consisting 01 men,
women aad children, all thoroughly acclimated.
If not sold t.rivatelv before the lstday of .Linuary
next, the above property will be sold at publiosale,
to the highest bidder, at tne court-house uoor in
Yasoo City, on liberal terms as regards payment.
For terms apply to me at the Plantation. Let
ters addrcssod to me at Yaioo City care of Harks
dale A McFarland, will be received.
Aug 24 '60-wtf. J- R- RICHARDS.
PEARL R1VKR FARM FOR SALE.
'1UIE undersigned offers for sale his plantation
J. situated on tho east side of Pearl River, 4
miles from Monticello and Westvillo road.
This place contains fivo hundred acres, three
hundred of which arc in a bih state of cultivation
all tho land is new and fresh. It also lias a'fino
now dwelling house, negro cabins, gin and mill,
stables, Ac, embracing all necessary buildiDgs and
conveniences. Terms reasonable.
Sept 13 W-tf B. W. THOMPSON
PATENT FOLDING SPRING MAT
TRESS. THE undersigned would respectfully annotice to
tho public that he is now manufacturing "Well's
Patent Folding Mattress," which is superior in fin
ish, durability and style, and far surpasses any
other bed in comfort and ease to tho person who is
mr, rn.lnn&tM as to TtOSSOSS one.
The prices of this Mattress are very moderate,
being afforded for less money than they oan br pro
cured in the northern cities.
He also manufactures all kinds of Pillows, Mat
tresses, Ac., Ao., to order to suit bis customers.
Please call and examine bis stock, at tbe rooms
ver the store of Capt. Julienne, State street, Jack
Jon, Mississippi. SAMUEL POOL.
FEVER AND AOS! I.XTEKli 1SATED.
The Human Constitution Saved fr. nx Wreck.
The Preventive ai.l Reuic dy
Intermittent and H.' ious Fevcs.
Cures Injured in a Day.
NATURE'S GRAND BR5TORJ TTTB.
The terrible malady knowr as the FEVER AND
AGUE has smitten hundreds .f thousa nds of per
sons throughout the world every year, ana has
never till now been met by successful medical treat
ment that has not produced severe
:' which ii fleet the luns, the spleen, th'- liver, the
I heart, or other parts if the human organism. The
I INPKCTINE is tho natural antagonist oi all fevers,
!, and when it comes iu con'act with the skin, U ab
sorbed by tho interior organs, which resist easily
inia.'toa, and all teaJeneiea toward thpe maladies
which prostrate the mind ana o dy witu fever.
Fever and ague results from numerous eausos.
No place U exempt from ho causes which proojote
I the uki-tenco of the disease. That oeiog once
seated in the system, induces SepressioB of spirits
lassitude, languor, pairss, chills, fever, and a long
-train of disagreeable sensations, depri' lag the pa
tiienr of ail energy, and reducing him or her to a
I EXTREME HELPLESSNESS.
Why willany one sulftr the horrots of debiiita
lioc Iai.ermitif.nt Fever, when, by the use of the
Persian Fever Charm,
the eminent medicinal and magical qualities of
which are instantly absorbed,
All truces of Disease may be annib:laed in a
few llourt 1
PEIiSIAN FEVER CHARM
Try Tt, Prove- It, Know It,
And make known i' wu lertul powers kuu virtues,
that those who suiTei, or who are thread d with
. r . , l. i v be' led to use a eiinple. iutif xious.
preparation, :irni.-hed bv the tield of Xiture lor
Self-care is better than Physic.
Nature is Wiser tftan Art.
Every Disease has a Divine Keinedv.
The V'tse Aply while the Foolish Dream,
better Prevent then strive to Cute.
Delays are Danger, us.
Persian Fever Charm
flaj cured thousand of both sex-:s i
'treaalul fevtr.'. amm and renect.
A WOUD fOa iiKALTEJ.
Tee Inpectine, or Persian Fever Charm, is the
only compound that can be said to be the natural
-antidote to those bilious fevers which, in various
lorme, afflict the human family. Tne ordinary
remedies for intermittent fcvciii, and pronounced
as certain to eradicatethe Fever and Ague particu
larly, only create new diseases in the system, and
thus onVig about the most distressing' TwSUits. Ln
this great Persian Specific we have a nat jral reue-
i''y o&e that pierces to the seatof the d ea.-e. acd
y givi jg an immediate tone to the organs of the
Luujach, recuperates tho shattered fraue and pro-
jiotes chceriulnes of spirits. Jf pe-sons who
utfer (n m tne effects of Fever and Agu"", or from
lite medicines which they l;ave takuu i vain to
alleviate their misery, will give the Persian Churm
a single trial, tuey will find that their i-ealth will
be restored, and that they may renew those happy
hours ot" lifu which they suppose are gone forever.
The numerous cures which have beei made by
this remedy are the best evidence of its value.
They who desire to regiin th'oir healti- will not
S&gleet to apply this remedy.
Is sold by all Druggists and Medicine Dealers in
Price Ooe Dollar.
Sent by maii to anv part of the (Jnitod States.
PERSIAN FEVER CHARM.
Try It, Prove It, Know It,
And BtS:fl known its wonderful power and vir
tues, that those who suffer, or w bo are threatened
with suffering, may be led to use a simp'e, innox
:uspreparatioii, furnished by the field f Nature
Ft-ver and Ague Jfoi Sectio-iI.
The causes of Fever and Agpe are ever existing
in all places. They do not necessarily Mist only
in wer. and marshy localities. They assail the
hi, me in the mountain as well as that in 'he valley.
Tney are active in cities as well as in rural district.-',
and the human system is always liable te bo
attacked by the malady. It is easy to prevent the
approach of the disease by applying tr- Persian
Fever Charm, which is agreeable to the senses, and
'uoes not in any way interfere with th- organs of
digestion. They who wish to escape any kind of
fever will find it for their advantage o procure
this invaluable preventive of such diseases. W ben
ih-y have procurtd it, they will retain i as a talis
man in the healing art that has no equal.
Is sold by all Druggists and Medicine Dealers in
Price One Dollar.
Sent by mail to any part of the United States.
1'EliSIAX FEVER CHASM.
Try It, Prove It, Know It,
And make known its wonderful powers and virtues
th.tt thcBe who suffer, or who are threatened with
suffering, maybe led to use a simple, innoxious
preparation, furnished by the field of Nature, for
This Great Remedy
lias been found equally efficacious in all latitudes,
z thou sands of witnesses to its power are living
to commend ils virtues to those who wish to be se
cure against the insidious advances of these agent
of nature which are always ready to act oncons
sli ' itious open to its effects.
ORIGIN OF DISEASE.
The wise physician knows that man must seek
for the remedy of every disease in tho agent that
is most positively antagonistic te the cause. Tho
ingredients of this remedy and preventive of dis
ease aro procured at. the very fountains where the
disease rigiuales. Nature has provided that
plants with healing it.tluenccs sht'l grow in tbe
marshes and low grounds where inust rankly the
senses of intarinittent fevers are generated. Cen
turies iifro these properties were discovered, and
hence it is that the Persiansare enabled to be free
from such diseases, while the strangers passing
through thir country are nnlicteu tiil they learu
of the renii 'y, nowcarefully prepared for the use
of the paupio of this country.
Ia sold bj all Druggists and Medicine Dealers
Memphis, T un.
G. W. J ') N E S 4 C O ,
2:29 .Jaia Street.
r-KICB ONE DOI.LSK.
Sent by mail to any part of the United States.
Lemuel Bonaall, of Pittsburg, for two years use
less toh'uiself and society, (a martyr te Chills and
Fever, ) cured iu less than three weeks, und improved
i-: eight hours.
Mary K, Belknap, Sandusky, Ohio, after almost
losing her reason as well as her strength by Inter
mittent Fever, with Chilis, restored to health in
.1 . R. Tilton, of Belgrade, Maine, brought from
death's door, having suffered for four years, made
well in jve weeks, and improved in two hours.
Adolphe Monbro, tf France, relieved in one hour,
while traveling in tbe cars of the Fort Wayne
and Chicago Kailroad. He was apparently dying
Ellen B. Bensor., Lwkport, New York, rescued
after seven years' suffering. A perfect cure.
Thousands of other cases prevented and cured
every month, and not a single complaint of tbe in
efficiency ot the
PERSIAN FEVER CHARM.
Try it, Prove It, Know It,
And make known its wonderlul powersand virtues.
and those who uffer, or vhoare threatened with
sufferinc;, may be led to use a simple, innoxious
preparation, lurnished by the field of nature fe
Is sold by all Druggists and Medicine Dealers
Price One Dollnr.
Sent by mail to any part of the United States
It is not taken inwardly, brit is applied outwardly
according to directions, which accompany each
JOHN WILCOX Si CO.,
188 Main Street,
No. 28 Bank of Commerce Building,
New York City.
For sale by J. B. MOREY,
C. A. MOORE,
J. S. S1ZER,
Oct23 '80 - weow -slam ly. Jackson, Miss.
H ELjIBOLD'S column
HELMBOLD'8 BUCHU for the Bladder.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for tbe Kidneys.
HELMBOLD'8 BUCHU for tbe Gravel.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for tbe Dropey.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Nervousness.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Loss of Memory.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Dimness of Vision.
UELMBOLtPS BUCHU for DifficultBreathing.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Weak e?ves.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for General Debility.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Universal Lassitude.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Horror of Disease.
nELJfBOLD'S BUCHU for Night Sweats.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Wakefulness.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Drynessof the Skin.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Eruptions.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Pain in the Back.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for heaviness of the ye
lid, with temporary Suffusion and loss of sight.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Mvbility and Restless-
ness, with want of Attention and Horror of So
ciety. HELMBOLD'S UUCUU for Obstructions.
HELJrBOLD'S BtJCBU for Excesses arising from
Indiscretion, and all diseases of
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FE.IALES FEJAI.ES FEJALES
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FE JALES FE.IALES
OLD OR YOPHO, SINGLE, HAUUKD, OR
TYKE NO JO RE PILLS,
TAKE NO JORE PILLS,
TAKE NO JORE I'll, I, S,
TAKE NO JOKE P1LL.N,
THEV AKK 'tr So AVAIL
THEY A Kt IF NO AVAIL
THEY AKK )K NO AVAIL.
TUI Y ARE Ur .NO AVAIL.
HEL.IBOLD'8 EXTRACT BUCHU
IS THE VERY BEST
REJEDY IN THE WORLD
For all complair.:s incident to te Sex, whether
arising from indiere! ion, Habits of Dissipation, or
DECLINE OR CHANGE tF LIFE.
SEE SYJPTOMS ABuVE.
NO FAJILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT!
Take no More Balnam. .Mercury, or En
pleasant Medicine for Unpleasant a
HELJUOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Iu all their stages, A.t little expense
Little or no change in Diet, No inconvenience
AND NO EXPOSURE.
Use HEL.VB01VS EXTRACT BC'lHU for Exces
ses arising from bibits indulged in
BY YOUXO AND O..D
BY YOUNG AND OLD
BY YOUNG AND OLD
BY YOUNG AND O'.I)
BY YOUNG AND OLD
BY' YOUNG AND OLD
BY YOU EG AND OLD
And for diseases arising from habits of dissipation
It removes all improper discharges, and will restore
the patient in a sbort time to a state of health and
Use IIELJBOLD'S EXTRACT RCCHC for die
eases md affections of the most distressing char
acter. Hel mboId's.Hel mbo Id's-1 1 e 1 111 !o 1 d " -
Hclnibold' Ilelmbold- llcinibold's
I ttract Buchu
The Gn at Diuretic
The Great Diuretic
The Great Diuretic
The Great Diuretic
The Great Diuretic
For all affections and diseases of the
Whether existing in
JALE OR FEJALE,
From whatever cause originating and no matter ol
HOW LONG STANDING.
All tbe above diseases and symptoms admit of Ijthe
same treatment and may originate from the same
Read ! Read ! Read !
Helmbold's Extract Buchu is a edicine which is
pleasant and in its
TAoi li AN LI UUUll
free from all injurious prerierties,
But immediate in its action, giving health and
vigor to the frame ; bloom to the pallid cheek and
restoring tbe patient to a perfect state of
HEALTH AND PURITY
Helmbold's Extract Buchu is parpared according
to Pharmacy and Chemistry, and is prescribed and
The Most Eminent Physicians.
Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of
tbecity of Philadelphia, U. T. HELM BOLD Chem
ist, who, being duly sworn, does say that his pre
paration contains no narcotic, mercury, or injurious
drugs but is purely vegetable.
II. T. HELMBOLD, Sole anufacturor.
Sworn and subscribed before me. the 23d day of
WM. 1'. llllitSArvU, Alderman.
Price, $1 per bottle, or lix for $0 delivered to
ONE THING CERTAIN
A Trial Costs but a Dollar Try it!
And beconvinced of its efficacy. And it is accom
panied by reliable and responsible certificates from
Professors of Medical Colleges, Clergymen and
thers. Prepared by
H. T. HELJBOLD,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
101 South Tenth at , below Chestnut
Necessary ('..ution. Should unprincipled
Dealers try to palm off another article, which pays
a better profit and is worthless Helmbold's Ex
tract Buchu they must buy for cash Ask for Helm
bold's, take no other.
JOHN WRIGHT A CO., 21 and 151 Chartres
street, New Orleans, Wholesale and Retail Agents
by appoints, ent.
Z-sf Cut this out and send for it.
To be had of our Wholesale and Retail Agent.
C. A. MOORE.
DRUGGIST AMD BOOKSELLER.
lies on band, a large lot of fancy perfumery, drugs
ohmica.s, dye stuffs, glass, lime, cement, plaster
pans, do. etc. r an ( ou s-w eowj.awiy
"L I'M kfl ''OS. Genuine and Pure While Lead,
JV5 vrr just from the best factories.
Nov 16 '60.
J. S. SIZER.
BENTON'S Abridgement of Debutes; George,
vol. 3, Mississippi Reports ; Claiborne's Lite of
Gen. Quitman, (in a few days.) J B MOREY.
MISSISSIPPI IDENTICAL HA1LKOAU
ON and after Sunday, Deo. 2nd. 1830. Trains
on this road, will be run as follows :
EXPRESS Leaves Csnton, 8;30 A. M.; Arrives at
Grand Junetion 9:40 P. M., and Jackson, Tenn,,
1:45 A. M.
MAIL Leaves Canton 8:05 P. II.; Arrive at Grand
Junction 0:40 A.M., and Jackson, Tenn., 1:45
EXPRESS Leaves Jackson, Tenn., 6-05 P. M
Leaves Grand Junction 10:15 P. M.; Arrives at
Canton 10:50 A. M.
MAIL Leaves Jackson, Tenn., 6:05 A. M.; Leaves
Grand Junetion 10:15 A. M.; Arrives at Canton
12:25 P. M.
Both Trains make close connections at Grand
Junction, with trains for Memphis, Nashville, At
Isnta, Charleston and all Eastern and Northern
Cities, and at Jackson, Tenn., with Trains of Mo
bile and Ohio and all Central Railroads for St
Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, Ao.
Through Tickets to all important points for sale
at tbe Canton office. Sleeping Cars on all nigbt
E. D. FROST,
March 5 '60 tf Bap't tSouthernDivision.
For Sale or Rent.
A PRODUCTIVE Plantation containing about
1200 acres, 800 in cultivation, located
miles west of Vaiden Depot, Carroll Co. Miss.
Location healthy, and a good neighborhood. For
particulars apply to Gen. Jo. Bell, Jackson, Miss
or to the undersigned at Sbongalo,
Feb II "80 wtf. 0, KOPFEREL.
' A S? S7
OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS
IN THE STOKY BUILDING,
COP.SER OF CAMP and CO Jf If OX STREETS
tOUNDED in 1832 Chartered by the Legisla--T
ture of Louisiana with Agricultural and
Mechanical departments: and subject to the Board
or Trustees, six appointed by 'he Legislature and
five to be elected annually by the subscribers,
r turner Perpetual.
RUFUS DOLBEAR. Puksidknt.
J.B.LYMAN, (Member N. O. liar,; Lecturer on
t 'muicrciiil Law.
GEO. B. BRACKET. Professor of Mathematics.
RUFUS DOLBEAR, Liciurer 011 Bookkeeping and
J. W. BLACK SlAN, Professor of Bookkeeping.
RUFUS L. DOLBEAR, Adjuster of Accounts, Com
mercial L .rre.-oon;criee. Ac.
M. B. MCCARTHY, Pro rektor of English.
MARC KOCX. Professor of French.
J. B. GRIFFITH, Professor of Pennmansbip and
RUFUS DOLBEAR. Lecturer on Pennmansbip.
MANUEL MAKING. Pmicusor of Spanish.
GEO. GESSNEK, Professor of Gjnnan.
Messrs. MAKING und GESSNER. Protestor of La
tin and Greek.
There are also all needful Assisiants for each
Department, sons to save three. lourths of the time
of students, and fit tuemat once for business. No
islitution in the United State, offers greater fa
cilities for the speedy acquisilion of a practical
business educiition. I. B. S'uiieDt who wish to
acquire speedily any language or branch of lnathe-
tics, with a view ot entering ao auvancea class
n any other College, can B0 so, 1 r they can 00m-
lete their studies acd receive their mmoinas at
It has stood more than a riuartcrof a Century, on
s own merits alone, un 1 is now in e properous
ian cvor bef ore, not withstanding the hostility of
ineraut and local abo'.itit-uists, whose TRADE ia
; uialii;:. what iticy cannot control. Students can
begiu at any time. The Coliegois open tbe ontire
yrar. All who- take tho Oasssssafssai Course are
aide to keep any set of books in a bank, business
bouse or steamboat, in tho most approved manner.
Persons for 12 to M years of uge attend to any
branch they may desire. They can board with tbe
. rofessors or other good families speaking English,
French, Spanish or German. Country Merchants
can learu in a few days to keep their own books
correctly or acquire a handsome style of pennman
sbip. The lessons are special to each student.
Books of alt kinds opi-ne-', closed or corrected.
Personswho write lor UooHKeeprs, Clerks or Teach
ers, should give full particulars.
Catalogues, with terms, opinions of the Southern
press, and leading men of the nat , sent tu all
whodesire them. Ail who itre Willi a to subscribe,
so as to open the Agricultural und Mechanical De
partments, can obtaiu ull needful information at
any time. Thv amount cm be taken in tuition.
Tho money expended bySoulhern fatniliesat North
ern watering places in a single year would build
in every Southern Smo Commercial, Agricul
tural and Mechanical Colleges. We pay an an
nual tiibute of $20,000,000 n abolitionism and
then wonder that it flourishes and now threatens
to destroy our properly und our lives 1
N B. Ten young gentlemen will be jualified
as Professors of Pennmaushi; , if they will come
well recommended as to character: bad writing no
objection. They should apply soon.
This is the only chartered Commercial College
in the Southwest, authorised t, confer degrees,
Diplomas, Literary and Seient'ta honors. At uis
institution the siu.ler.t gr.idu .iing in one, part, or
allot the nudies in Its) curriculum, receives bis
Tho city is now perfectly hea.thy. Bring this
advertisement as special Jircctions.
Nov 27 'BO-wly. RUFUS DOLBEAR, President.
OPE TO STRANGERS.
Among tho ktouics
ia the Hill City, O say if thou
O'er which the gay at
Where the welcome
andard of Fashion's unfurled,
is warn and the prices are
And the ciothes are the cheapc.-t and best in the
If not, fly at onco to ASKEW &. BRO- Retake you
They best can assi.-t you bear out your j lan,
They cither have got, or will speedily make you
The best suit of clotLosever seen upon man.
Customers, FridtMla und I'd low Citizens
We would ones more call yourattentior. to our
rsrsrALLV large stuck or
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
FvvR MEN AND BOYS WEAR,
Consisting in part of
Fine drcs and irock cloth Coats,
Black, brown, nuiulu, olive, blue, A;., Ac.
Business, otlice, and over-coafs,
Cassimere pants, pluin as ' fancy,
Black french doeskin pants,
Plush and velvet vests,
Indian rubber suits.
Celebrated Delane life preserving vesta and waists
for ladies and gentlemen, Ac., Ac.
A'l of which we havo in prices and qualify of the
greatest variety, to suit all those who wish to pur
chaser. For our tailoring department which is
under supervision of the best Freocb Cutter South.
We keep a large and well assorted stock of Cloths,
Cassimeres and Vostings, which are are prepared
to make up at the shortest notice in the latest
Broadway or Parisian style.
Satisfaction guaranteed in every branch
of our business.
ASKEW A BRO.
April 10 '80 ly.
Paints, Oils, lass, and 111 ni-m-. -TL'Y1NG
Paints by the 1'ou, Oils and Colors by
JsLP the original Cask, und Cases, and Glass by the
Hundred Boxes, of the Manufacturers and Impor
ters, I can and will sell them as low as can be
purchased in New Orleans or elsewhere, adding
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A ri'l.L ASSORTMENT OF
Whit Lead, French and American Zinc,
Imperial and Chrome Green, Chrome Y ellow; Prus
sian, Celestial and Cltramurine Blues, Sienna,
Vandyke Brown, Drop Black, Rochelle Ochre. Yel
low Jehro, Burnt and Raw Umber, Lump Black,
Litherage, Zinc and Patent Dryors, American and
Chinese Vermillion, Venetian Red, Spanish,
Brown, Whiting, ..lack Paint and Coach Black,
Red Lend, Greco Paint.
OILS. Raw and Boiled Linseed Oils, Lard,
Sperm, Machine, Train, Whale, Nes Is'-Foot, Sweet,
Castor, Cod Liver, Cotton Seed, Coal and Kerosene.
VARNISHES.Ulack, Coach, Copal, Japan,
White Dammar, Aspholtino L'.-uthcr, Drying, Map
ALCOHOL. TURPENTINE, PETTY,
PUTTY KNIVES, WHITING.
WINDOW ;LASS. Assorted siies of best
Jugs, Dimijohn's, Tin Cans, Glaiicrs Points and
Diamonds; Blinds, Sash,
Glue, Gum Shelac, :'uuiice and Rotten Stone,
Sand and Emory Paper.
BRUSHES .I'aint of ail staos, arnisb,
Whitewash. Marking, llustins: and Sash Tools.
ARTTTS' MATERIALS. Sable, Rtoh,
Hair, and Bristle Brushes : u-sorttd Grainers; Tube
Coloi of ull kinds: Eng. Water Colors, a fine
assortment; Toy Paints: Camel Hair Pencils:
Faber's Lead Pencils, asssussM.
DYE STUFF. Madder, Logwood, Coperas,
Alum, Blue Vitriol, Tumeric, etc.
U--t receive! a new supply, J. u. MOREl .
Oct. 1, -80.
riAKL those Lamps that have been standing on
A the shelf so lung, down to SssUth, and have
them altered to burn C .a! Oil. March 30 '60
NEW ORLEANS AND VICKSIH RG
Ml sit AND PIANO ESTABLISHMENT
A. E. BLAt a' MAR k
BUG, Km. 74, St.
lii.ACK.MAR A BRO,
Dealer", in Musical
H IkiIi-skIi- anil Krtitii
Merchandise. ol ever descriptions
10 .11. INSTRCstXHTi
WE offer t purchasers a -election from a greater
vanoty of first class Piaaoe, than any other
Ilouso in tlio South, among which wn enumerate.
Grand, Parlor Gntod, Square and I prfgat Pianos
from tho wcll-Knowu factories ot 1 Utlbert A U.,
W Voe, Wui Kuabe .1 Co.: Bays A t o.; Modart,
Raven, BeOOB A Co., Ballot, Davis A Co ; Checker
ing, St. lUusen, Nunn A. Clark, aud other celebra
Persons at a di-'anco wisoing to purchaso Pianos
arc invited to write to us, stating tho qualities of
ne they prefer, the style o, furniture, plain or
jhly tinii-hed, md tlio amount they are disposed
to pay for an msti u ent, ai i wa will send them by
return maii, full laforKaation in regard to the kind
of a Piano, ivhich we will guarantee to suit them.
During the past four years, we have sold over two
hundred Pianos, with tho express understanding
that if any one that we lm 1 recommended did not
give ent iie satisfaction, il might be returned and
exchanged, and wo have never yet lauea to please
iff uui 1 isnos taKen in exenange, nanus ana
other instruments tuned and repaired by tbe best
Chill! Co's Meleidcons.
Hall A Son's, aad tho genuine 'Marlin' Guitar;
Violins from SI to Flutes, CUrinents, Ae-
cordeons. Comets, Tax Horns, Banjos, Tamborines,
Drams, :oImand Guitarcases, .Metronomes, Tun
ning Hammer, Guitar Heads, Music Paper, Blank
Music Books, Music Portfolios and Self-binders, und
ull the Trimmings for every Musical instrument.
The finest Italian, English and French Strings
for Violin, Guitar, Harp, Banjo, aud Vuloncollo.
A very large and complete sionk of Music for
I'iuno, l.xitar, llarp. Violin, Flute. Orchestra, Brass
Instruction Books and Collections of Music for
Bkf Music and Music Books sent by mail pos
tage free on receipt of the Publishers price.
aug2o W.I BLACK MAR A BROTHER.
L'.-. llf.lt Ids.
AN.VWAY from tho subs-riber, on the
6th August las!, asstis FRANK, about
i'i years eld, puppet color; weighs about 165
nouml.: bus a sear on his runt arm ami on
the oorner of one of his eyes; on the back of his
nock there is a lrgo seed wart.
The above reward wii! be given for information
loft at this office which will lead to his recovery.
Clarion aud Knlerpriso News please copy weekly
till forbid, and send bill t this office.
Mrs. MARTHA PORTER.
November U, I860, wtf t
' LlfMBEIl FOR SALE.
WF HI TCatSON.at Haslehurst,Copiah Co.
. has now on hand a large lot of all kinds ol
Lumber, which he offers for sale at reasonable prioe.
all orders strickly attended to in the shortest notions
Apply to me at Jackson, ..,
Oct 12 '60 tf. ALLEN PAPTRICK, Agent.
BOOKS! Of our variety of books there is no end.
Doc 21 '60. J. B. MOREY.
. . ' - " - - ....
. viiijassiuuvr'l BSESW ui V -
BY virtue of a decree of the Chancery
Madiscm County, made at iu September 01
fltt6. herein Martha E. Pax ton, et als, are"
'u"Kvnd A J.GiSespie,etals,areDefend'
n to sal at publle out-cry, before .
Court How , thoCitj of Canton, Mediae
all the f''Pu7,1K?dL at Taos.
H Gillespie deceased, lylS, eouaty of Madison
5-tate of Mississippi, ineladw tho homestead pleo
tat.on of said Thoe. H. QuT. Tsosassd 000
taiaing 1380 acres, more er less Li helns- the W
Xof gi.of EWof N WX, sStHZof fj
of N W, and WX, of EX of 8 ViJJft
X, of S W4, of section 28, and E U, as3fi Z
EH, of 8 WV4, of soction 2, and K X, aad Tif
of N W , and a W i, of section SJ, aad K u.l,
EK.of NE K,ad WX,of NE . W 54.
of section S3, all ia T, 10, R. S, East, constituting
1 farming Estate ; and also at the same time and
place, tbe N E yt, aad E y,, 0f S E of section
33, and N W 14, and W U ot H W , ot soction 34,
Township 11, rtange 3, East, being 480 acres more
or less, malting in an loov acres, more or loaf.
On the Homestead are about a leoe acres under
a high state of cultivation, situated , beauUful
healthy and fertile section, this is justly regarded
one of the most desirable plantations in tbeeouaty,
well watered finely timbered, and only 4 miles
from the citv of Canton. This tract Mhsaassi
about 5 or 600 acres of rich poplar oreek bottoss.
Tbe other land, (vie tho 480 traetl is unimproved,
but fair average land, and situated near tho Artes
ian Springs. Said I inds will be sold on a credit of
one, two and three years, with interest, at 8 per
cent per annum, from the the date of sale tho
purchaser giving bond, with approved security as
provided for in said decree.
The title is believed be to be undoubted, bat ea
ting as commissioner, I will convey only each title
as is vested in me. R. C. WYLT,
Nov 20 '60 t J '81. Commissioner.
To Son-Resident Tat-Payers of Snfiotttr Oounlg,
VIE Taxes for tbefiseal year 1880, are due en the
. 1st dav of Januarv. A. D. 1881. aad all non
resident tai-payen, oan, by sending the numbers
of their land to the undersigned previous to the 1st
day of March. 1881, settle their taxes at the Back
ing Hons of Messrs. Brown A Jebnston, Vicksburg,
Miss., where their receipts will bo deposited with
me. by good drafts, on New Orleans, La., or Rasa
phis, Tenn., by paying the usual per coat. I will
also act as agent for non-residents, In paying taxss
in the adjoining counties of Washinton and Bolivar,
and to sell, deaden, and examine lands. Will also
have titles to land examined.
Sheriff of Sunflower County, atlas.
McNutt, Miss., Dee 10 '80 t M 1st 1881.
BY order of the Probate Court of Hinds scanty,
Mississippi, I will sell to tbe highest bidder,
on a creditof twelvemonths, with approved surety,
in frontof the State House, in Jackson, Mississippi,
on tbe first
Monday, 7th January, 1861,
Part of ten acre lot, three South, situated on Pas
cagoula street, also part of ten acre lot, two South,
situated on Pearl street, the property of Michael
Blake, deceased. The above property will bo sold
at . 1 o clock, A. M., at tbe place above mentioned.
The title of said property is considered good, but
I will convey such title only a is invested in me
as Administrator on said Estate.
Nov 20 'fiO wow. Administrator.
Valuable Tract ol Laad for Sale.
THE undersigned offers a valuable tract of
land in Holmes county for sal. It contains
580 acres four hundred of which are cleared. It
has excellent improvements ; and among other
recommendations, has an orchard of ton acres eoa
tainiuir tbe best varieties ef fruit trass. It is
convenient to the Yazoo river aad the Mississippi
Central Railroad being only i'i miles
P'ckens' Station. For particulars address,
Richland, Holmes Co., M
- Sept. 21, '60-w3m
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI,!
ISSAUCENA Col-NTT. )
,n the Vhaneery Court ef said County, November
Robert J. Tcembcll, 1
vs. Chancery, No. tt. '
Cornelia Tcenbpll, et al.)
UPON opening the complainants' Bill, aad upea
affidavit filed herein, it appearing te the satis
faction of the Court, that the Defendants, Cornelia
Turnbull, Lewis G. TurnbuU, Anne W. Turnbull,
Sinrlair U. Turnbull, Catharine E. Turnball, An
drew Turnbull, and Gonvenenr M. Wilkins, defen
dants in the above stated cause, are not residents
of the State of Mississippi, hot reside beyond tho
umits thereof, so that the process of this Court
cannot be served upon them.
It is ordered by the Court, that unless the said
defendants be, and personally appear before tbe
Chancery Court of Issaquena County, Mississippi,
Fourth Monday of May, 1861,
and shall then and there plead, answer, or demur
to the Bill of Complainant, the same will be taken
for confessed and a decree rendered accordingly.
It is further ordered, that a copy or this
be published in the "Mississippian and State Oa
sette," a newspaper printed and published ia tho
city of Jackson, and State of Mississippi, once a
week, for four weeks successfully.
Ordered, this 27th day of November A. D. 1880.
Teste: J. W. PKESCOTT, Clerk,
Ma hhu all a Miller, Sols, for Complainant.
Dee 12 '60 w4w.
Jackson, Miss., Dec. 28th, 1880.
rpHE following described lands, in tho eonnty of
SL i allobusha, delinquent ior non-payment or
taxes of 1857, will be subject to entry or purchase,
at this office, after sixty days from tho date hereof,
by any citisen of this State, upon payment of tho
amount for which said lands are delinquent, aad
all costs to the State, with damages aad su bsequen t
taxes accrued. See Revised Code of Mississippi,
chap. 1, sec. V, arts. 45 and 48, page 82.
Division of Section. 0. T. B.
Lots 12 and 13 tt 41
Part n e q and e b s w q It tt 4
Wh n wq iUt
Nwq... 5 9
S w q n eq and n w q s oq If tt 8
N e q s w q and shswq 17 tt 8
N w q n e q and neqn wq 2 tt 4
Part nwq 22
Part nwq 8 28 4
Soqnwq H tt
S w q n w q 2T tt 4
Swqneq Ii 28 8
Whewq IS 28 T
Seqandehswq 17 tt 7
Neqnwq 20 28 T
W h s w q and ehnwq 24 tt 6
E h n e q and n h seq and s eq s s q. 2 tt 8
Se q n eq and n e q s e q t tt 7
Swqseq W tt t
Neq ... " tt 8
E h n e q and n w q n wq 28 2S T
W hs e q and ne qsw q 2 tt T
Nwqswq 28 4 w
AH. ..... " T
8b 3 II T
Lots 1,2,3,8 7 28 4 1
S e q s w q aad w h s w q IS 22 8
Swqneq 23 tt t
Lots 4, 5, 20, bloek 1 18 tt 8
No., s w q 18 tt T
Fractional Eh 1 12 It
Nwq 3 II I
Lots 5 and 8, in Graysport
Survey 4, and part 8, south survey,
S h lot 10, block 1 18 tt 81
Lot 12, Graysport
Swq H 22 4
Partneq 10 23 4
N w q n e q and swqnwq 18 tt 81
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 1 1 and 12, Bloek 4, Oakland.
N b, lot 5, in block 11, and lota 4, 8, 6, , bloek 18,
Lots 2, 3, 4,5, 6,7,8,0, 10, 11,12, block 18, Oakland.
All block 21, in Oakland.
Lot- 23, 57, aad 71, in Grenada, south survey.
Lot I, in Block II, Otkland.
Lots 1, 2,3,4,5, 6,7,8, , 11, 12, block 8, Oakland.
Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 8,6, 8, 0, 11, 12, Block 2, Oakland.
Lota 1, 2, 3, and 4, in Block 3, Oakland.
E. R. BUST,
Deo 26 '60 w60d. Auditor Pub. Aoct's.
1)ERKl MKKY for tbe Toilette ; Lubins, Bam
ming Bird; Japanese; Highland; Vioietta;
Jockey Club; New Mown Hay; Spring Flower; Mig-
neonette, Ac., just received by J. 8. BIZ BE.
fURPENTINE, Linseed Oil, Varnishes, Paints
a in till and Brushes, just received by
Nov 16 '60.
J. S. SIZES.
Plantation for Bale.
OFFER Sherwood for sale. It contains seven
hundred and twenty acres, and is handsomely
and substantially improved ; with plenty of timber.
This place is well known as being one of tho I
in the country. It is located three miles t
Vernon, Madison County.
July 18 '60 w tf. J. R. BALFOUR.
Jewelry and Watches tit
rpHE most elegant Jewelry, and tho best of
JL Watches, at low prices, at J. B. MOREY'8.
DREGS and Medicines, or every kind, the puree
and freshest. J. B. MOREY.
E ST V ireinTa Coal OiL" Coal OU 1
X received at J B MOI
A Farm lor Sale.
IT is ooe mile from Jackson, en tho Railroad Is
Brandon. Well improved about one hundred
acres in cultivation ; a good garden ; a large qaaa
tity of every kind of fruit; about four haodred
acres in the tract ; plenty of wood for the Jeoksos
market. The terms will be accomodating to the
purchaser. March 10 '80-tf. 1. 1. MAT18.
a Tia'Pf.l.lvn Hon, and Lot. situated
A. diately in the Junetion of tho Now Orleans,
and Jackson, and Soutiern Railroad, "here are ea
the lot, two comfortable dwelling Houses, oaeheea
taining five or six roosas ; also eisterns and au
other conveniences for families. For partioaiata
arch 2 '60 tf.
W. H. DONNE LL-
Landresltk's Fresh Garden gjl ...
ratals day received, onr now stock of flash Garden
1 Seeds of ltiMgrowth,at.l,M isdesSsy
white and yellow onion setts. J. p. aoaai.
Miss, .-stun- nr ! . .
HOWARD, I vols; Smedes A Marshall's 14 vale,
Cushman, 7 vols; George, 8 veta; 8. aad M.
Chancery Reports, 1 vol; Frssnaan s .noer Ba-
J B MOREY
poft 1 vol : meaes uuy s
d see those improved Hilols.
Doc 25 '60.
MANY Toys and 8n. prossnUti-
ill New Year's presents. J. B-MORKi.
TOW lfor coK5.'
W Hshinstiiu County Lands for Sale.
T AXdtaSS to sell mj valuable tree! I of Laad.
1 on SunSrer River ia WasWagtaa Osutsv-.
numbers are:-N K 1 X. Soetio.
Range 5, W; all of Sootion SO, M.
and" H, SoeUon . " T""!! tl!Tli.
west, containing 1440 acres, 9Ti
east of the river adjoining oj f!
tbe Crane's and General Do sraiag . F
information and torn' jfF" J J
MeAfee and Hon. M. D.Haynos, State TMSSSiir as
June 22 "SO wtf.
la a Tan
Tne yexw - 1
1. ml in coed
n"w in the vard. Address, W.fJPJJJ.
rrt it '8-it.
rf' ... t v
0f Ine'County, and the laei.lti- '""J
k ,rk Ac are certainly groat iadensssats to thoso
-uf i tomgago iu sueh a .baslaass. The Yard
.rder, witn tne neoeesary issss,
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