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r i .,trnie: ''"'".Ilioient desecration, --w""'" Southerner Foot'".. Jfl. etoNorinen. f .t.riih C'1"' 0 i ... Il, nillise L:,f-the m'- . . . mltr;0t with the Mheli"f',he.P!..'nIIntle"futher cf Mrsutor;""' .,.,, ,nd all the telations of life as citizen and man as father, husband, and friend. Hewn ill that is embraced in the word gentle man, in its highest signification justjion est, And honorable. "May he rest in peace'!" B torn those Iulrt,a,,; V' ft, attrroptio . n h nil In tilt V" . .HrfhtT . .....!..wii degradation, J"1 . .nnn'H w"- 'U ,1. liverv of Ueaven to .crve wtncf t , wer. . liiiii 1 - F. : an wdm- ir.iin W u' ,',,.,, the author or a .1 ;S onuncncing'My ,W -ho. like the Jli. ready to fight N!o!,UC . .I,-, both: a man who Zptea. orthodox, ex. ti ( he . '. ... -f PVrnl to n ',hV "Tr. l.lel.. Thi. gentle Li through .tto.M ,nrtotoCW(fc H'Ll kicked him over, has J.Ur WW"" .. . o.... l'b' . . I ... f... .nml tlinB. OUS- EXECUTRIX SALE. V virtue ot an oruer oi me i rooaie Court ofMadison.countv at the Novem ber Term I will as eiecutnx of Timothy Anderson dee'd, expose to public sale to the highest hidder on the 1st day of Janu ary A D 1S51 between legal hours, at the late residence cf the deceased the follow ing described Lands Wins and being in the County of Madison Viz. S. 4, of S. E. J. and E.'4 of S. W. , of Sec. 35, and S. E. Sec. 36. Township 9, Range 2, IFest; and S. VV. I, Sec. 31, Township 5), Range 1, West and 6. acres of the N. W. corner oi Roc. 6. Township 8, Range 1, West. And also at the Court House floor in the town of Canton on the 2nd day of Jao'y following slaves belonging to said dece dent viz., David, Sarah and child Lucy. Terms of Sale 12 months credit. Bond with approved security will be re quired of the purchasers. .- j TIMNAII J. ANDERSON, . ( Executrix. , " November 21st '5O.-n30-6t. B ADITIINISTieATOKS, SALE- y virtue of an order of the Honorable in- (ye!hdu8(brSometi,n, H !",,?..u.-.-Mile.ofi go-halves rJi-Ji-W. the shrewd lilt c fWnomoreplunderwasto be SS woimrtmd he is evident. T LA A. the subn.iss.on- P!P: : recriiits, end are glad to I rt.nl this broken-down party hack Ji m kS 'si rottenness to Mr CtleW'.r.pangledbanneroffreedoT.' lJl,chi.theMiviuunl, uo unuen, -CpWofliW-PPiKt' bene- bvof'tlingtowronn, outrage; u Probate Couh of Madison County. will sell on the first dav of January 1S51 at the plantation of Martha Brown, dr. ncased. on a credit of eisht month, all ihe nersonal nronertv. consistinj of three negroes, eight or nine mules, 2000 bu- KhfU of corn, five or 6.000. Doundu of lod iler. fortv head of sheen, one hundred head ot hogs, oats anu potatoes, two wag gons, and all the farming implements be loncing to said plantation. Purchasers will be required to give bond with approved security. JOSEPH R, DAVIS Adra'r Canton, Nov. 23th n40 '50-tds. N FALL AND WINTER "goods. I UST received fiom NEW YORK, and now opening, a general assort ment of f a L L A N;D VV N T E R GOODS. Consis- UNO IN PART OF : Bliii-, Green and Red Marino, Fine French soft finished' Cnthmeres and Dt-litnes of all co lors, Black silk w;irp, Alpnrna, Rice Taney Htid hhick Ik'iired Silka. iBilk mid Worstl Luster. Rich Msititilbu mid Sarks. French workedMuslirt Capes, Collars and Ciifl. Em liroidered tune, Honlvrd ami Revered Linen Cam'b Hdk'fs. Dotted and phiin Swi39 Mus lins. Swiss, Jaconet, Thread Fdgings and Insertings. Black and colored Silk Luce and Fringes. Velvet and Ribbon triiuniiiijra. Taris Curd, Ciimps and pipiims. Bhick and Colord twisted silk Jlitts. Lone twisteil silk '. Mitts and Kid Olnves. Gentkiuens Hack anit Kid Gloves. Ch-iniois lined and wuukn Gloves. Ladios'nud Jliinscs Jl.irino and Lambs wo;l hose. , , i 0 ALSO: For Gentlemen, the finest and best French Cloths and and Cassimeres. Tweeds, Jians and Saiinets, Lowells, Lia?eya. lteutucky twills, Lilankets ac. itc .IJLSOs A superior assort ment of Clothing. Hats and Caps oi 1 (very description. Congress Coots, Shoes, Russett 13rogans itc. Cutlery, Hardware, Crockery ware, GlaSs ware. Bridles Saddles &c. Which will be sold low to'good punc lual men on time,and still lowerforCASH. A l so A good article of Scotch bnull, made by Mrsi Miller, Garrett and Ander son, put up in bottles and bladders. Also Chewing tobacco of the best quality. nl3-tf WM. E. DANCY. WELCH, DELE VAN & NATi. Tjc Largest Company in the lVorl. Wednesday Dec. IJtli o't AJmittance 50 cents, Children and d4 1)06 fs open at 1 o'coct. Performance t a commence at 9 the Evening. 4 IF 1 1 1 ' 4 f.chek, P. ..i o en tii'sons half Prico. M , and at 1 1-2 ohck in V. '.VSi-.S ..... i wlicl A3i-r ::'A :::",4 'SssVia sasty y iF B r it- - f , ill- r Jy-"5i l-".'Hi" ti Vv y 2iiii3 &T,Uii - .ip,-t -Hi..- - , . .- tJ'Tt c Hi III w..:-. ..t. .w ... ;-T,l:luV.',',J-t 4- T I. N A . HAN. tne ceienraien i. z. .i. nun 6 Horse Eq-iert'i m; wm. vukhc-i., the great AmcricaiV Jester and World Re nowiifid UorMO 1 rngico -.'iuwn, wnu is uiiivcr Loissiachbetlc. untitled to the name of Utafl-.i,?7 y fcoveiin bis own slime nJ filth, and rots lrlin his iwn corruption 5john'fpitle to the Cantonians having been IiicWIcil, a spasmodic effort wns: made to'get I a little excitemeut among the sleepy "soap L i few feeble voices in the crowd cried Ifffinoi'' "Heifyi" "Henry;" when pea ik Patrick,' stidiII man' ith ii big name, luttal oiitl.witli all the airs of an on:tor with stnnv f hi! P'i'er. 0,. what a oiisfortune is 1W an 'crAVinrj r-m, C Uiisiuuly to be jirscd iviiliu ir.uueofsucli Durio grandeur tiilsiiuntkily,ns George Washington, Tlio's ij nnn, John Mnrshall, or Patnck henry ! I'scumiot help feeling that it hna been given i ilewioii; or tliut it. bus been stolen y a inrthtes sennip, who has disgraced soras ham r appellation such as Jerry Snnoks, Pe- r Patltv, liub Walker, or John Smith. But lilrfck Henry, of Madison oonnty, is a very Wnblc gentleman; and I sincerely regret bis mpan.be uiiJurtmie in lieiiigthnschristcned. S is almost needless to say, that this pompous fibmiss'nmst, who is sft fond of wrapping him jilfsp in Ihefulds of the American flag, is riot jdnltHltotlieiwula Virgiiuan, who proclaimed iifwiielnncc to tyrnntsis odediencc to G o.l ;' ml thin gnve the mme of Patrick Henry to jtnortiilitT. Tliis iuforniidion ie intended for fich ui have not had the pleasure of our Pat it'i acquaintance: it would bo unnecessary f ho have seen hiui on the rostrum, jA itnciftil h galvanic efforts at eloquence ; jrshohro hiulan opportunity of liiughing jUhe emphatic shake of his head, and affectat S"(lfluillCf,, ;, 1 This Itentkmimlinving made the speech be jWnji iriakcs, consisting of some incohen lit f"1' glorious Union, the meet. ! foamed tj the barbecue, which was cer l"!"'1 ""agresnble part of the enter Wt, both to Southerners and Submission- f 1 :raHdolpu. GUARDIANS SALE. BY virtue of an Order of the Hon. Pro, bate Court of Afudison county Missis sippi, I will sell at public outcry Jn Mon day the 30th day of December next before ho ttmrt house door in the town of Can ton to the hiffhest bidder on a credit of six months a negro woman Ciiioy h'hi Phmlps ihp nronertv of Saiah E. Raw- linzs a minor &c. Bond with approved sexurilv will be required or the purchaser C. U. CRAWFORD Guardian- Canton November 14th IjU. tus-ut NEW BOODS, rri8USTa.',5i'S SALE. By virtue of the provisions of a Deec of hw- Gecrae VV. fliotz and Mary Aneelinn Motz to o-4 4 rustee lor the nurnose bf securing certain .ilehU therein .;...i. ...,i winVh IWil is c nlv recoTUco in Honk L pa gen 113 and 113 of the Records of the Probate Court ol Mamson coumy. i . "' procVBil to sell 'at the Court bouse limr in the town of Canton on Monday tho 16th of De cember, 1850, between the hours reqmreu ny low, all the right, title and interest whatever, of the said Georgo W. Mots and Mary Ange lina Motz, in unci to Hie following described tracts or parcels of laud being mid lying in the county of Madison anil State of Mississippi: viz:the S. E. of S. 1U..T. 9, R. 3 Hast, lying North of ami near the town of Canton and containing 1 10 40 100 acres, wore or less rtlso UieJi. 1-3 of N.E. L-4nfS. 19 T. 0 K, "J East, Contaiiiiiig fcO acres more or less nbo n small tmet boiuufeil as follows via: beginning alu stnlce at the North West corner of the afore said South East tfuarter of Section 18 T . U, It. 3 East, thenco South 8;l 1-3 degree Wear, fifty two poles to n stake on the road leading from Canton io Bowles Ferry on the Big Muck River, thence with said road iir!h eleven de grees East forty -nine polcB ton sink" at the riir nf l:llld foNIiei W llWIKill by W. S. L'al- lev. tliPTHM! North ei 'htv-two and a half de grees East eighty poles to three blackjack, tin nee North eleven degrees East one htnidron ,il iwpt.tv holes to a stake at the North west corner of the aforesaid. East half of the North East quarter of Section eighteen, thence South ,;, th. Hiia nf the. E. 1-S of the N. E. 1-4 of S. 18 to the North lino of said- S . E. 1-1 of K 18, thence directly to the beginning,contiumng nhniit 40 acre, to gethcrwith all the improve ments on said lands and the appcrtenunces thereunto belonging.' ' " ' 'I J,.' , 'ri, inforpot of the nbove parties in the nhnvAnnmnfl lands, will be sold, or so mud flirrpnf as mnv be sullicient to pay the delits lne and secured by said 2'rust, and all costs and expenses uictirred. .- The title to salil property is believed to be indisputable, but I will only iimme to mo, pur chaser such title, in ie vested in mo. X3EO. W. HENDERSON, Trus, CantonNoV., 7t 1350 375 f"lllE undersigned having associated A ihpmaplvps nnilpr the firm of JOHN MONTGOMERY, & CO., have just re ceived DIRECT from New York, and are now opening in the Brick Store house lately occupied by Drane and Thompson, : I. . r nnv nnnnfl a Sieiierui utsuruut-iii ui t QUEENS-IVAnE, HARD WAHIC; together with Hats, Boots, and Shoes, LO WELS, LtNSU YS, and NEGRO SHOES; which we are determined to sell low for cash, or to punctual deale rs on short lime. JOHN MONTGOMERY, . E. R. ANDERSON. Canton October 10th !50.-33-tf npilE Proprietors of this well known popular Company have spared no pains or expense in procuring all the first talent in both Europe nnd America, who will appear in their wonderful scenic Acts, Gymnastic Feats Bottle Tricks Globe and Barrel Exercises, Vnulting, both single nnd double Leaping, Equilibriums, Tumbling, Pyrimldical Device!", Fosturimr, Comic Singing, Dancing, Comic Burlettan, Interludes, i'urces, Promenade", Cavnlciulcs, 'Masquerades. Ac . W Th e G ra nil A U M A M AX A , or imperial Ch ar-. iot, drawn by 30 ei.koant iiobbes, and driven hv the Champion Ueinsmnn or Lion Whip, JuARK JOANSUM, will milce its appearance in town nt 10 o'clock A. M ., containing the New York Knickrriiockrr Biiiss Bano, lwl by Mr. 1). S. N EEVE. wiio will perforin all the inot fashionable nnd modem nrts of the day. The three Eurovran Stars termed the "Ne cromancers," or the Bottle Magician", being the Originals in their Novel Performances ail others who may attempt these feats are ro- pletf. iiininuus, as these three persons are ine aiiNL'lNR magicians, and were engaged by this Establishment m Europe, expressly for this company. The names f the above Artisls are C HASvC. LEB, El'CENE LEE, and TU EO DOltE LEE. Also attached to the Troupe will be found 9:.llv nnlinnwledfired to be the grentest favour ite how travelling in the Union, will appear in his inimitable performance, burlesques, sec. Mr. NEIL JAMEISON. the great Bunjoist and Delinentor of Negro Characters. J.LOV E'l'T, the Clown of nil Clowns, his equal never vet. found or known the world over. ' KOB'T WHl't E. the treiitlemanlv Ridine Master. E, M. DIBlNHON.the very funny Bomto Singer. MissKJlJtfANAni AN. The beautiful Eemnle Infant Prodkc will appear in one of her splen did acts, blended with elegance and grace, in which she stands unrivalled .. Wnsier .Wlb- UAM PASTOR, the Persbnator of tho Wild Indian of the desert,,and other very inter esting scenes. Washington ciiamkkrb, tne Ameri can scenic Performer on a single borse. J. Hit kiks, celebrated for bis Roman Acts on two horses, lofty soine.rsets, &c. R", M.LLoRV,the cooiio Postnrer nnd Dancer. Antonio Pastor grand and lofty Tumbler. Frank P.8T0R,the Pet of tho circle, and unsuf passed iu his brilli nnt principle act on a single horse, and styled the greatest wonder of his age. Also, Master Put 1.0 Nathan, lul'ant Prodigy, elegaut in his most extraordinary Exercises, &c, For further p iiticiilurssee Bills at Hott"j,c Fresh and Select WlctSiciacs! f'E nre just receiving, from New York and I'lulatlephia, n superior assortment oi Xfrstgs, .7If(licinc$, its , Stc, Fresh mid Pure, embracing most articles hsii all found in Drug Stores. Buying, ns we ilo, Ihn hnnorlers and Milnnfadurers reliable housetsitif' ice responsible and respectable, and being ilewruii'icd to (leal in tne bht meoi icni'f, those Pi.dd .V ns may be confidently re lied onwe varr,.:t "hem such as represeiited. Oiir Stock shall be kt?i)t complete, by hvsh supplies from the best war.;"-Is, as often as re quired. ,. .. timianco of the same, from till p.;"- dealers, and pledge ourselves thatoiir prices Sik'JI llel"' luiv as similar articles an ne nyunu.u m n. . --1 .State. C-AS51 dealers will nUvays find it. to Ihoih interest to call at the sign ol the - t,.oi 3C11 iUOVtitf." . July J, 'ju . l.bv ct, iuii-ii-i-. . OBITUARY.. . : Henderson, a meichant ' PKdied t Springfield. La., on i, 7 m-M in the; meridian of f ihtidtf of his usefulness. He with Cholera in New m kulme before, bt had been frotiouBced well ani 0ut of danger b h , Spr,ngfieJ h-proceeded lothal fihe.-ici o-l 'Jie day afu-r bis -v.; .". fcraaiu, reached his late res- rCS0 CVetlinfT nf ,hnOR....,1 am..., . . ro - m muii . atiu iS'nto-'darknessana Ue tms of his friends I , aew,of,hisraelanchol evenlhrtS WlfT0ve' whole population, w uspeDdei1 bu8,ne88' ,hat "nCement-tbe sponta- Iburstof sorrow, that we Kll,'Z:B!!,d::feU.b(''realt.hevirt0es S ,J1. better, tar better, than the mft " Cf eu,Sy- f. any Sder50n,!u:aname'which noineVctbe eDintbeiuture, ?sli '11 I" 'ec6llec,in; of departed iiiiii in l. . '"wlihnn, t " ' "iWM irictiv,a ,.;. lear and with mil 1. 11 iii,i,,ii.. . v-:-""' riucu.,- """J oiscbargej his .Julftin TLv virtue MURPHY AMD GO. AND STATE Nmm CANTON MISS. " : HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL SUPPLY OF PRESfl EXECUTOR'3 SALE. of an order of the Probate Cobrt of Madison county, obtained at the October "Term. 1 will expose to ptiniif finlo. nt the lute residence of John 2'a (e !ecrl six niilea North of Canton on Friday the (it day of Dec. next, between legal hour?, the fol- lowing described lands, lying in said county, and belonging to said decedent, viz : S. l-'J of E. i S. E. 1-4 of Sect. a0, and S. 1-3 of W. 1-3 of S. W. 1-4 of Sect. 21, E. 1-3 of S. V. J 4 of Sect. 21 and N. V. 1-4 of Sect. 28 all lying in Z'ownfhip 10 Range 3 East, containing in all 320 acres ; nlso at the same time and place the. stock of horses, mules, cows, goats, farming utensils, house-hold und Kitchen furniture, corn, fodder, &c., and all the other personally' belonging to suid decedent except the ne irroes. it t 'I:' Terms. The lunds will be sold on a credit of 12 months. . . : ' -! s ' " ' The personal property will be 6oId on a cred it of nine months ' Pilrcbnsers will he required to give bond bearing interest from date with approved security. . . . ' ' A. P. HILLi Executor. , Cunton Nov 7th 1850. , , 37-td OGERS Liverwort and 7"ar, B'ah nesioek's and Comstock's Vermituge, IHstar's Balsam of IFild Cherry; Billing, and Jayne's C'onnmative; bands and 7'uwnsend's Sarsananlla: Jayne'3 li.xpcc- totant and Alterative; llewe's Liniment; Dalley'3 Pain Extractor; brown's rain killer; Spohn's Head-ache Remedy; ilus' tiin-r Liniment. Foscnder nnd Spavin Oint nent for Horses; Patent nils ny me pacu cic. &c. al ;WUlirux a. nCTTY and Window Glass at 1 MURPHY &'CO. IJ1RE3II Garden Seeds Growth 1S50 ' al MUilPHY&CO. fjOWDER, SHOT nnd Cans by ; OILS Linseed, ffinter Sperm, Neats foot, and 7'rain; Spirits 7'erpentine & Alcahal by MURPHY & CO. -n, TfirXETirs.Tiist received, a large ftipnl 1j of superior brass bound, varnish and paiutj ed Burknts. and for sale or nl', D. W. MURPHY PA I NTS MMIIMM , OILS , VARNISHES, GLASS AND PUTTY. B O OKS , S.TA TI ONER Y . PJWKFUMERY, GLASS,. : FINE SMOKINTx AND CHEWING TOBACCO, FINEST CIGARS, PIPES ':''. ' and "' v "" ' AlJD P.UlXSLOW, - - nfg8TiiEKT, Jackson Mis. next doot to WM. MORRIS' JltwKMtV Stork Dealer in Staple Dr f !' ! and Clollt' ins. Groceries, IVinesvand Liquor, Haft Caps Hoots anti alues, tiarawcre nm Cutlery, Ulan und Qtteeu$irar, Jrvu, Nails, Casting, Provision Hugging and Hope, f c. $ C. DRY GOOD3. ! Dlue, Dlack, Steel-mixed and fancy Sati tlnells. , . , - - , . ., Do do , Plaid aad fancy Cassatneres Kentucky Janes. , , Plain and Plaid Linseys", -' ,f ' ' White, Red, Yellow, Green OOd fpotteJ flannels, Gauze, Canton and SaUherry flahncU, British and American Prints, " 1 ;!' Cashmeres, Alpacas. Lustres and Mai rino Silk stripes, . lush Linen at all prices, . Linen Sheeting, : , ' , ' ! Damask Table Cloths, Dirds eye Dia per and Napkins, : - Silk, Klag and Uanuana uii'KiSf ; Ladies and Misses Silk, Cotion and Woolen Iloisery, . .. Gentlemens' do do - do, Rose Point and Bed Blanktts, Mississippi, Alabama and Kentucky Oxnahiirgs, - i'v-Vi .' Hamilton, .Walton,- and,, Manchester Shirting end Sheetings, , '. Cohassit, Elephant and Dorchester Tickirrgs,- .:..-" Apron and Furniture Checks, , Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings., '.&WSH6iV '" Dress, Fiock and Sack Coats, U Blankets, Sacks and Frocktees,- Plain & fancy Cassimere pantaloons, ' ! Sattinett and Kentucky Janes do,. " Sattinett and Riding Cord dof ' ' Vests a great variety, j : s Shiits, Drawers. &c. &.e. - ..' CHOCERIES ' Brown, Crushed and Puh'd Sngars,-; Common and Sugar House Molasses, Uioand Java Collee, . ' Black Imperial and G. P. lmp'l Teas, Fine and coarse Salt, ., .:. ,.-i Soap. Star and Sperm Candles; Rice Mermacilla Starch, -., ; Pepper, Allspice, Gingerj Mace Clove, &C. &C. VV ". ' .- ! 1WENTY BoJes manufactured To bacco assorted brands and qualities WINES AND LIQUORS, Best Cognac Brandy importation 1S05 " American do., r ' , f Pure Holland Gin, " Scotch and Irish Whisky, 1 ' Claret, Old Port and . " i.-' Medicine Wint's &cV ' , ; f ' . l . A im met it: m s Kzntn , JillJ1l"!!.Ik' 63 iyxv.Ji,'&)0' Florence 3 ilk. Beaver and wool general assottnTebf; Caps all varieties. ' Men's and Boys Russetts, '.: . " " KipBrogantt; " " Calf, sew'd &. peg' boots " " .Wad do do do IhlltD ITVIR K Mi'CtrTLEJtYi Iron, Castings, Nails, &c. dj-c GLASS und Q VEE.YS nME A complete assortmeut.-, ; BAGGING and ROPE. FLOUR, LARD, WHISKY, &e. &e. r. Also a general assortment " Silk and Cotton urn- ; bailla'g Combs, . Brushes, - '"' &t -.i.-; . The above articles were purchased iri New York' Cincinnati, Louispi'Jj and St. Lonis the past summer, upon (fj most favorable terms. Thty are offered to (he public at very Small profit. Tne - usbal credit will be giten to prompt customers. I am determied to offer such inducements as will ensure a call at least, and believ ing in the 'motto of "small profits. and quick sales.,' I will take pleasure at all times to show my goods without charge. 1 will baiter for Cotton, Corn, Oats, Rye; Dr? Hides, Wool, Tallow, Rice, Rags, &c. Liberal advances made on Cotton ship ped to my friends in New Orleans.':!':' N B. Havmarmade arrangement at St. Louis for weekly shipments of Flour, my customers may at all times rely upon getting a good and fresh article, Sept 19th 'SO.-ly1.- i ' T hats a; fens, Talcs, Wafers, Sealing wax, Envel opes, Note, Letter and Writing papet, Lead find ftltif.i TinfI U Pencil noiuU. .Slates, Memorandum and Account Books; Violin-, strings. Pisii Hooks and Umesi t-rusnes nnd Cotnhc FInir Oik and Dyes, Shaving; p tun. . . , . , " 1 i i o ,.rt.,A Hrwnr.' Piirlnhlp sSDHn son, among wuicii irc ' "r"" '' ,,,'prsnd Lemonade; Pure Uranuies nnu ew i no i " - ' - i I TO THK PUBLIC. ' The tindersisned would respectfully an nounce to the citens of Canton, and the sur- roiitifllnv rnimtrv thnt h has ODened n paint" ing shop in ho town Of Canton,- and he hopes by good work, and close attention to business, to receive a liberal share of putfpnnge. ' He is now prepared to do HOUSE AND SIGN, GUILDING MARBLtNGv ' IMITATION of OAK, MAHOGANY BLACK WALNUT, ROSE WOOD, EBONY and LARCH, Paper hanging ami GLAZING., T. ROBERTS., , Canton Nov. 1 ith "50. n'i3-ly : MORE NEW GOODS! HEARD, -I.ENNARD& Co. ' RE constantly receivins fresh supplies Af TANCY and STAPLE DRY GOODS from New Yo&- . A Thpir hnvo r.w in store a full and coin plete stock of goods, suitable frrtbe sea- son, among which, jure mc iumiSi . n-hinh thfv invite the attention of the public : , . ; . ... .. J Fancy Summer Silks, plain, figured and embroidered; - Berages, plain, figured and embrtjid d; Fancy, plain, plaid and black . Silk Tissues; .Plain Swiss' arid Jaconets; .', Figured and embroidered Swiss'; ,, Priuted Jaconets; , . . . : Organaus and Tarleton muslins; , CheapLinens; figured Lawns; Bar'd muslin, 4-4 for 12 cents; ' Lawn Hdk's. all prices; i Fine Giass Lawn do. ,, if targe and well Selected Stock -Of Thread, Jaconet,Silk and Wove Edg ings and Insertions; Silk aud blond L.aces; Frill arid Figured Bobinele; Kid, thread and Silk Gloves. ; I :-- ,., ,. - A HANDSOME ASSOTMEIHT OF ;,, . Bonnet Ribbons, . , ,,. :, ! .. Flowers, .Wreaths,,' ,: arid Laces for Bonnets; . - Fancy and black Silk , : Parasols; Lace Capes; ; , - i ' Embroid'd do; French ' , .' .- - , 5 Worked Capes, Collars ; : and. Cuir-; Hats and 1 Bonneisforcbilcren; - - Fans, n ereat varfliy; Hosierv; Reticules; ' Combs; I'uds.and i '- "-' Fancy Goods of , ! All kinds'. Call and exatr,iac. es, PUyinsr Cards. Blacking and Blacking Brushes; Fancy and miscellaueous articles, loo tedious to mention'. . All of which we are anxious td sell 10 jood customers at reasonable prices. , , ; N. B. Prescripiioris carefully put up and medicines sold al all hours, day oi night. , iir:....- i j rnndif.il nnrnoaes Olliv: Match- Our stock of ;lfcUcineS &c, was selected in New York by Mr. E. D. Wa.d, in and prices will be satisfactory U all. MITCHELL. , Kept, zo in toji7, SUPRliioA COURT OF CIIAXCERJ OFfl THE STATE OF ItHSSlSSiri! Namcv A: Ridi.ev, V v . . , -by her next friend, &c. ' . . ' . . " .' '.' f .".'.',:', .''" ' i ' Jno. C. Ridlev. TI PON -openinR the complainant's bill of com- U plaint, arm it appearing i" of tho "Jourt, tnni me iiuiomou", V, is not a resident of the State of Mississip pi, but resides beyond the limits thereof, so (hot the ordinary process of this Court cannoti be executed upon him ; thereupon, t s order-1 l, that he enter his appearance herein, on on U,.e the first flay of the nex term .f -thi i;o,.rt, to be holdenat the Court room, in th. oily i f Jackson, on the first Monday m Dn-cen-ber next ensuin?, ami fM '?r, mr to coinpluina.it's said hill, or the several nlh-gntions thereof will bo taken for confessed, and set lor ncannc; exmiw W. X 'KB1 Aff,f, ; FAHHON.ABLE TAYLOR, It is Airthor ordered, thnt a copy of this or der be puhlishod in the. niaiiisouM", " - -' newspaper published i,. the town ot Clinton, onee a week for throe months.- ; : , J. 'l. tHAi-tf-N Clerk, '-. . ( per IfcvUusi D.C. G. I.. rOTTER, Solicitor..! . . ments to the citizens of Clinton, and the surrounding country , for the liheral patronage which ho has heretofore received. ' And hopes work and close attention to business still to receive n continuation of their pntron- Hgrf-- Cutting done on the shortest noucfii !?hp on the South side of the Public So,nare. November 21st 1850. n33 1y . I LADIES' FA1IS. a IT IS in contemplation to open and sc1!, du ring the. next few weeks, a great variety cf Fatten Articles, Tine Colognes, He.) , bought lor the " Ladies' i'liir," und their Dcnuxe. , . A fev packages just received, and now open- ing, by Jy 41 PRIESTLEY & MOSBV". I llNSt;i!.lJ Vlli ljgallonsjusl received; a U tirst rate art Ct for Cash, by 1-1 tirst rate article tor sale at n very low wo- rjiiEjiXisra musuy. FINE SM OKING TOBACCO. ,Ar entirely new article. .Also finij ind common chewing tobacco for sale by ' ; ' MURPHY & CO. LI2TTEUS .-TESTAJBENTABV-f ETTERS testamentary hating hei-n - granted at the October term 1850, ol the Probate Court ol ;iatiifon co.iuiy, .Mississippi, on the h-state ot u.iizaoe t; Graves dee'd all persons indebted to sa,il estate . are .nofilied to come forward and make immediate payment, and those hav ing claim against said et.ile, will present i hem legally authenticated, wiihiniha time prcscn'oied by law or they will be forever barred. .; - . t i. , JOiIpJ W..GKAVISS, Executor. Oct. 24'uO. '1 Ct i ; I PURE OLD BRANDY. Warranted, 1 for sale by, ; MUlU'IIY c CO. QLD MADEIRA, Port Wine, Orspe "juice, lor invalids; and a good article of Claret, for sale by MURPHY & CO. ODA &SODA SALEflATUS, Prime "article, .at lowest prices by ' ' MURPHY. & CO. CANDIES. A fine assorfmetif ofUanz' best at ' MURPHY & CO. J - 1,,; - LOAF SUGARS A large supply on ' hand, arid lor sale by - t . nl-y I D. VV. MURPHY. 8 AC AROM Fresh and senuine at J-1 nl6-yl D. VV. MURPHY'S. Per et' meet ISiiH t ilittl Pork --Hi reliueil Muuriiv &. CO. J-jiiiESU .'i'EAS. iler. Ilvnn infill lmnerial, Uunpow- der. Hyson, Souchong and Ooiu:ir, ol the first quality, scld cheap hv ;. ;; f.-s ' v '.'' ' 'V. MURPHY & f!d. LONDON PALE ALR-A Hup.riorar diele, direct IVoin tbe impuri,er, just received and for sale by - -.t ; ; t - ftl2-ly 1 1 ., W. G. THOMPSON CIGARS.': Th real SPANISH t, : A 7:',' u i ,1 MURPHY &. CO. .