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Saturday, September I8Ig.
TO PLANTERS-FiNE STOCK. We perceive by a notice given in the 'Her ald" at Grenada, that Mr. John W. Kendall & Brother, of this county, have proposed to ex change their noted Stock of fine imported qualities on the following term?: "They will exchange half-blood Durham Calves for native cattle delivered, on fair terms say for a half-blood calf they will take a common cow and calf. They will also ex exchane half-blood Southe-Down lambs for common Ewes. They will exchange full-blood Berkshire pigs for common Cattle or Sheep delivered. Or they will sell full-blooded Berk shire pigs from imported sizes a pair for a bale of Cotton, (or the worth of it in cash,) . ' 1 T 1. - II 1... 'I. . f Half-blood South-down or uaKcweu uucks jor $10 cash." The Messrs. Kendall's say: "This publication is made that the people who are unacquainted with the advantage of mixing fine blood with the common stock of the country, may have an easy means of ex perimenting and judging for themselves.' Here is a fair opportunity ofTered to all those who feel desirous of improving their atock. None can now have an excuse. We hope to fee many of our citizens embracing its advan tages. The Messrs. Kendall's deserve great credit, in making such fair propositions to the public. They, feel the necessity of the im provement of our common native stock, and thus it is such means are ofTered to ensure its success. How no you know it. The New Orleans Bulletin, with its Editors of great Commer cial and financial intelligence, predicts the soundness of the basis on which Municipality notes have been issued. It is asserted in re gard to Municipality shin-plasters, that any and every man who owns taxable property in the city of New Orleans, is a quasi endorser upon it. So it may be asserted in relation to all such corporations where stock-holders are bound for the redemption of Bank paper, yet they have scarcely ever been reached by any process of law. We thersfore, caution our friends from receiving any description of the corrupt issues of the New Orleans Banks. Deception will be acted out snares will be set to draw in the honest and unsuspecting Planter. The Editors of the Bulletin are no doubt deceived themselves. They are men of profound talents, and endeavor, we have no doubt, to give their readess correct informa tion on all tonics of interest that tends to in iure them intrinsically in any wav but as we have already said,, they are liable to be de ceived as well ag any one else. Soi keep a good look out, and let such rag trash bass by as other worthless things that beset our path, through a journey in this life. Being deceived in times past, let us keep an eye single to the present and future. In good keeping. That rabid of all Aboli tionists, William Allen, of Ohio, has been lauded throughout the Southern country, by the publication of a letter of his addressed to ... the "Young Mens' Loco Foco Convention" of Ohio. We say this is in perfect keeping with the scribiers oi- tnat party. ADomionism Tylerism Calhoun ism Van Burenism and all other kind of 'isms, is now the cry. Woolly-headed Dick has lately given a thun derous roar in the "corn-cracker" State. Things are awfully jumbled up. Great com petition has already displayed : itself in the field. More than one "hunch-back" Richard is to figure on the Stage. "Straws show'which way the wind blows." Shall we hear of the further abuse of Henry Clay, while the party : . . t r . i. r . i r a t.i:. is ui gieui piuisc ui.uie luuiurui -fiixmwuuism. Shocking Murder. A fellow named Jor- don Harris, living in Walton county, Georgia, lately murdered his wife and mother-in-law by. cutting the throat of the former in the most shocking manner.and beating to death . the latter with a large stick or pole. , Mr. Al fred Whaley, the son of the old, lady, who lived within a quarter of a mile of the tplace, went and endeavored to get to the spot where his deceased relatives were lying, but he was foiced to fly for the safety of his own life. He accordingly gathered a company in the t neighborhood and went back again, when his life was threatened. He fired at Harris, but rrissed him. Harris rusneu oui oi me nouse in the yar.d with his gun cocked, when Wha ley fired again and killed him instantly. ;,, Why should"a teetotaller never have a wife? Because he cannot sup porter. Will every true-hearted friend of his coun try read the following article, which we take from the Nashville Banner. Wo care not what his' politic maybe. U it not know it to every voter at the last Great political Revolu tion, that the Whig party! id supportvJohn Tyler for the Vice Presidency and that tfiey elected him. Is it not fully known, also, that he has betrayed At party and the best inter ests of the American people in general. Let not the opposition party boast so loudly, and applaud Tyler for this betrayal it may come home to them in due time. ' . . -OUR FA Til AND THE REASONS FOR IT. We look forward to a most glorious Whig victory in 1814. It is obliged to be so. The peopie are honest and always right, when fully aroused the condition of the country the questions at issue, are too momentous to permit any man to sleep in that great conflict. Is there a Whig wo doubts? Then let him be hold the mad positions of the doomed leaders of Locofocoism. They have openly coalesced with the Arnold or the Whig party, and are singing hosannas to all t le Vetoes, whiJst the sullering country bleeds at every pore. They confess to call these "Whig times" when through their unholy coalition with Ty ler, they know they have rendered the Whigs powerless to restore better times. They upbraid us for breaking "promises in 1810" when they know they have backed and sustained Tyler in wresting from us every means in our power of fulfilling these promi ses. They say we are. responsible for Tyler's acts, because we once thought him honest; when they know that with as much propriety could Gen. Washington have been charged with re sponsibility for Arnold's treason, or the lie publican party with responsibility for Burr's infamy; because they once thought these cul prits honest men. They call the present a "Whig Administra tion," when they know they have won the President who has betrayed his party, and that whilst enjowing in the treason the spoils of office, they have incited the traitor to a most unparallelled and destructive war upon Whig measures. They charge the whigCongress with "bank rupting the treasury," when they know that they and Tyler have had the spending and the enjoyment of the money that is spent, whilst they have thwarted Congress in every effort heretolore made to replenish the Treasury. I hey reproach the Whig Congress for not restoring "better times," when they know that every measure by which the Whigs expected to restore "better times," has been defeated by treaehery, bargain and corruption between Tyler and the Looofocos. Such are a few of the mad the foolish po sitions with which they propose to go into the conhict'ot IS 14, before an intelligent and an honest people! ' What say ye, Whigs? Do you not confidently "look forward to a most glorious Whig victory in 1844."' As certain as the people have common sense and are just as certain as "whom God would destroy he first makes mad" as certain as the sun shines in the heavens, with such issues, it is so! From the Memphis Enquirer. POSTSCRIPT!' ( Fifteen days later from England -Tcr- : rible riots in the Manufacturing Dis- tricts ! Queen's Proclamation ! . By this morning's mail we received the Bos ton Atlas Extra containing the news received by the Caledonia to the 19th August, England appears to be convulsed by a series of insur rectionary movements, extending throughout the manufacturing districts. . At Birmingham, Penlkton, Accrington, Blackburn, Halifax, Marple, Yorkshire, W gan, Rochdale, Bolton, &c, there had been risings of the people in Iargef masses. The distress which lias prevailed among the labor fng classes has driven them to desperation. The military were moving in every direction. CABINET COUNCIL MOVEMENT OF ; TItOOPS-ROYAL PROCLAMATION. , -Despatches from the disturbed districts were received at an early hour on Saturday morn ing, at the Home office. , The gentlemen, bear- ers of the informaiion, had interview in the forenoon with Sir James Graham, and also with Sir Robert Peel. Summonses were im mediately issued to the Cabinet ministers to attend a Council at the Foreign Office. - The Council was attended by the following Minis ters: Sir Robert Peel, the Duke of Welling ton, Eord WharnclifTe, the Duke of Buccleuch, Earl of Aberdeen, Sir rJames Graham, !the Chancellor of the Exchequer, t Earl ; of Hud ding ton Earl of Riponr and Lord Fitzgerald. A Royal Proclamation-was issue,and 'ex tensively placarded in the disaffected districts. On Saturday night, after the"arrtvai of the artillery at the Fustom-square station,, the 3d battalion of the first Regiment of foot Guatds arrived, consisiing of 700 men, under the command of Colonel Honeyman. On coming in sight they were received,with groans "arid shouts by the assembled crowd, and an attempt was made to prevent them entering the gates, the mob at the same time attempting to force an entry into the gate. At half past eleven o'clock, the first train, consisting of the horses, cannon, &c, was sent off, a sufficient number of men goin with it to prevent an attack on arriving at its destination. In a quarter of an hour after the other-train started, which con tained the Guirds and Artillerymen, amid the bookings of ;ihe mob." Several well known delegates of the late late National Convention left London early on Saturday afternoon for Manchester.:;-:-;, ;- J-m "? '"A' . m'J On Sonday forenoon, at nine o'clock, three pieces of cannon, in addition to those forward ed the previous day. were sent by the railway with the compliment of men, eight officers of the Royal Horse Artillery, which left VVool which about six o'clock the fsame morning. During the afternoon, it having been reported that a regiment of foot was to go by the rail way, the street in front of the station was again thronged, -and by six o'clock the crowd lad increased td about 5.UOU persons. At the ime the 2 1th Regiment, under the command of Lt. Col. Grey, arrived at the station, when ttiey were immediately admitted inio me quaa rangle. Several of the mob shouted and groaned as'the last company of the regiment entered the gate. On Tuesday morning about II o'clock, the remaining portion of the 34th, amounting to 200 men, with their families, arrived at the rail way from Portsmouth, and in half an hour were on route for Manchester. I he crowd was not so 'great as on the preceding day, but neverlherless, it was deemed advisable to have an additional number of police on duly, under he inspector Billars. Io expression ot teel- ing on the part of the pepole was given. I his morning there has been constant com munication between the Duke of Wellington, the new Commander-in-Chief, and Sir James GrahamMthej Home Secretary. It is under stood that fresh troops have received orders or the north, and are even on route for Bir mingham, owing to the alarming accounts re ceived in town early this morning. At some of the military stations in this metropolis, the military were under arms last night night. The Atlas adds the followiug postscript: We have iust seen a letter to Harnden & Co., from London, which states that the house of Sir Robert Peel at Tarn worth was surround ed by a mob on the night of the 18th, and burnt! Troops were sent from Birmingham to quell the riot. LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. - a Monday, Aug. 15. To-dav's sales of Cotton amount to 4000 bags, including 800 American on speculation. The market is not too freely supplied for the demand, anci prices are very steady. Tuesday, Aug. 16. The Cotton market still continues steady, and the sales amount to fully 3,000 bags. Prices remain lirm. Wednesday, Aug. 17. To-day's demand for Cotton has been pret ty brisk, and the" sales amount to 5,000 bags; one half of which, consisiing of American have been taken on speculation. The market is only moderately supplied, and an advance of id'per lb. has keen obtained for the com mon and middling qualities of American. Thursday, Aug. 18. We have had ..a fair business done in our Cotton market to-day, taking into considera tion the suspension of business by manufac turers; the. sales, axe 5,000 bags, 3,000 taken by the trade, the balance by manufacturers. Prices remain steady. thTTsabbath. Reader have you ever contemplated the ap proach of a Sabbath, with feelings of grati tude to the great I am; who set it apart as a day of rest, .from the toils and drudgeries of life. Have you ever gazed upon the setting sun on a Saturday eve, as he threw his farewell smile upon the ocean wave, and bathed the mountain tops in floods of molten gold? Have you ever watched him sink gradually away with a halo of burning clouds upon his brow, and thought that on the morrow he would again emerge, from the dawning east, to look upon the serenity of a Sabbath! Yes! we hear the glad response from a thousand voices, all exclaiming yes! We hear the merchant as he turns tlie key of his counting room, ex claim yes! as he fondly dreams of a relax from the din of business which surrounded him through the week. We see the man of plea sure respond, with emphasis, as he looks for ward with delight to the enjoyments of a ride in the country, where he can luxuriate in the fanning breeze, redolent with the perfume in the wild flowers that strew the plain and gaze enraptured upon the rural scenes, which meet the wandering eye at every turn. . How delightful then is the Sabbath all hail it all enjoy it-r-alljook forward to it with thoughts abovethe things of this earth, and purer than he grovelling drudggery of mind, attendant upon the business of the week.- The hum of - business , preparation .is .sus pended, our streets are evacuated by the crowds which throng them daily, and ail is hushed in the sweet serenity of Sabbath si lence save when the solemn tones of the sur rounding church bells fall upon the ear, remind us that the Sabbath is a day we owe to our Maker a day on which we should wend our way, to the, House of God.-. u ! I ! I gill , 1) ,...1. II ...-.I, 1 f A marriage contracted in haste is almost al ways repented at leisure. Cool reality sweeps away the airy castles of a warm iancy. A drunken fellow said all he cared to go to heaven for was because"U was said to beull of good spirit! . , t .K 4. ? I'll take your partas the dog said when he stole the cat's dinner. A sensible wife looks for her enjoyment at home a silly one abroad. NEW ORLEANS MONEY MARKET. Bank of Louisiana - - at par. Gas Bank - - - - do Uncurrent Money. Union Bank - 6a 8 Der ct. dis. A schoblmaster, describing a money-lender, ys; "He serves you in the present tense, he lends you ia the conditional mood,' keeps 'you in the subjunctive, 'and ruins' you in the iu I Not Contagious A facetious old lad v. de scribing the rambling sermons of.her minister, said: "if his text had the small pox, his ser mon would never catch it' : 1. Mechanics & Traders - li a 2 -City Bank - - . '14 a 15 Louisiana State Bank 10 a 11 Carrollton Bank - - 10 a 13 Canal Bank - - 15 a 17 Commercial Bank ' 11 a 13 Consolidated Bank - 18 a 19 Citizens' Bank - 40 a 43 Commercial Bank, Natchez, and checkson Merchants Bank, New Orleans, 25 a 30 Municipality No. 1 - .11 a 14 Municipality No. 2 - 11 a 14 Municipality No. 3 - 50 a 60 Exchange Bank, Orleans, 34 a 38cts. on dol. Improvement Bank, do 42 a 45 do Atchafayala, do 12 J a 16 do Bank of Orleans, do 30 a 34 do Alabama money is from 28 to 30 cents dis count, and Tennessee is 5 and 7 cts. ditto do do do do do do do do do do do THE STATE,OF;MlSSISSIPPT William Kirkwjod J ln tflft Ci f 5 Wo11 County ntof 1 - Levi NdMe. yTerm 1812 7 Vi! WHEREAS, .W.ll.am Kirkwood ha. - out an attachment against th . -5 Noble for the sum of three hundred anil - ' dollars and thirty-seven and one-half l returnable to the Term rTota the satisfaction of the mJl.,aP- I. P. iui,huh ui me CnnM ,i r the said Levi Nohl U nM :.i r!1 m J. R. JEFFERSON & CO., Cotton and Tobacco Factors, No. 58 Camp Street, NEW ORLEANS. September 17, 1842. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. T ETTERS of Administration having been granted jLA to the undersigned, (by the Honorable Probate Court of Carroll county,; at the September Term, 1842, on the Estate of William H. Ray, deceased, all persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present them duly authenticated within the time prescribed by law, or they will be forever barred. JOHN B. RAY, Adm'r Of Wm. H. Rav, deceased. Carrollton, Sept. 6, 1842. 27-6t peanng to the said.t the State of Mississippi, nolice is heZ that unless the said defendant, Levi K0' uiui, ui 111 ins social Dan, plead, in or demur to the above action er months, Judgment by default will berenC bld. Pr0perty aUaiil 'And it is further ordered, That tfm m be published in the Southern IwrTJ paper pubhshed in Carrollron, Mississippi , six weeks successively. mv M. C. & Neiil, Alt's for PI'ff. J. M. GLOVER, Cl'k. t . B J W- Walker, D. Cft July 12, 1812. 19; DISTRICT CHANCERY COURTS Of the State of Mississippi , . r. 157 -i " Aum x, dec, August Xs' f Rules Lphraim Lovn, et al. ) 184 Tl VON i . j - me uiuiiers oi thi tiii nJ A Card. Cakrollton, Miss.; August 20, 1842. We beg leave to inform our friends and the public that we will open a House at Greenwood, Yazoo river, on the 15th of September next, under the style of STANCILL & BROTHER, for the purpose of car rying on a general Receiving & Forwarding busi ness.. Any business intrusted to our care will re ceive proper attention. We wi'l also keep on hand, an assortment of Heavy Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Bagging, Bale Hope, etc. C. & G. STANCILL. DCTIVEW nOTEL. 773 Carroll ton, f " 111 1 ITIississippi. The Bajtimorellepublicah states that one of the most respectable citizehs of that city late- ly walked dehberaiely to his bed chamber, aciiicu a raxur, piacea it to tns throat and de Iiberatly cut his beard off!!! nHHE undersigned would respectfully make it known to the public, that he has opened a House of Entertainment opposite the west side of the Public Square. He deems it need less to go through a long catalogue of praise to his house, so usually done by others, but would merely suggest to those passing this way to give him a call try him once. His endeavors will be to render general satisfac tion. The terms are as follows: For Man and Horse per day, - $1 50 Per meal for Man and Horse, , 75 For Man or Horse per meal, - 37 Keeping Horse per month, 15 00 Boarding & Lodging per month, 15 00 To be a Cash business exclusively. , - J. MONEY. , N.B. Treasury warrants and county claims taken at par for all debts due this establish ment, and, also, for Board, &c. V- - ' - J.-M. August 6, 1842. : . 22-tf. i it appearing that the A Lee and Pierre Hardy, are not inhabitants of this btate, but reside beyond the limits thereof so that the ordinary process of this Court can. not be executed on them, it is. lheiffnri Ordered, That unless they be and appear j before the ice Chancellor, at the Court-Hoom ' at Carrollton, on the third Monday of Decern. ! ber next, and plead, answer or demur to said bill of complaint; the several allegations thereof, will be taken for confessed, and such order and decree made therein as the Vice Chancellor shall deem equitable and just. , And it is f wither Ordered, That a copy of this order be inserted once a week in the j "Southern Pioneer" for two months succej. 1 sively. WN. HEMINGWAY, Clerk. Drake & Siieppard, Solicitors. August 3, 1S42. 22-2m. Sale oi" Negroes. T Y virtue of a mortgage deed, executed !v Charles L. Estill, to secure the pay ment of certain sums of money therein spe cified, and which deed of Mortgage was re gularly recorded in the Probate Court of Car roll county, Mississippi, on the 30ih day of May, A. 1). 18 10, we shall proceed to sell for readv monev, on the premises of said Estill, 3 miles North east of Middleton, on Monday the 6ih dav of March, 1S13, thirteen neirro slaves to wit: - Jim, Hamp, Davy, Hemlersoiv, John, :-... , IXH Elias, JSookey, Sarah, Mary, Jane, Nellj, Leah. ALSO Two beds, beadsteads and bedding Thirty head of hogs Fifteen head of horned cattle Three yoke of oxen Four horses, and out mule. The sale to take place within the usual hours. We shall convey only such title as U vested in us by virtue of said mortgage deed. JOHN O. YOUNG, ALLEN GARY, THOS. H. GAUNER, By A. M. KING, Agent. Sept. 3, 1842. 26-ts. B. G. Simmons, et al. ) , ; 4 vs. ' In Chancery. Elisiia North,' et al. ) TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, - ithat, Elisha North, one of the defendants in this case, is not a resident of Mississippi, Ordered, That publication, be made in the Carrollton Pioneer, for two months succes sively, for the said Elisha North to appear on me mua monaay in lecemoer next, oetore the Vice Chancellor, at the Court lloom in Carrollton, to plead, answer or demur to the complainant's Bill; and in default thereof, the matters and allegations, in said Bill, will be taken Pro Confesso. WN HEMINGWAY. Cl'k. , s - 11th July; 1842. ! i - a, -,'19-Sm. Tax Collec.iorH Snl. I will expose to poblic sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the !oor of the coart-house of Carroll county, on Monday tie 24th day of. October next. within the hours prescribed by law," the north east quarter oi section twenty-three, and the south west quarter or section thirteen, all in township eighteen, range four east; assessed as the property of Ansley McCarroll, and will be sold to pay his state, county and special .tax for the years eighteen hundred and thirty-eight and eighteen hundred and thirty-nine, amounting to 22 dollars 81 cents, and all costs that may accrue thereon. . SAMUEL MOORE, t. c c. c. July 18, 1842. 20-3m. p. f. 15d. NOTICE. DY an order of the Court of Probates of - Holmes county, will be sold on the 15iK of October, at the Court House in Carrollton; at public auction, on 12 months credit, the W lowing lands belonging to the estate of Wilcjl Davis, deceased, to wit: Lots S, 14, 3, and 5, of section 29, townshi; 19, range 1 east. Lots 9 and 16, of section 1, township 21 range 1 west. , . . The west half of "south east quarter of sec tion 30, township IS, range 1 east. The west half of south west quarter of sec tion 31, township 18, range 1 east. The east half of north east quarter of sec tion 13, township 15, range 5 east. i 1 he south east quarter of section 13, town ship 15, range 5 east. t The east half of south west quarter of sec rion 13, township 15, range 5 east 1 he east half of north west quarter oi sec tion 13, township 15, range 5 east. I he south east quarter of section 4, town ship 15, range 5 east. 1 he south east quarter of section ot iwu ship 15, range 5 east. The west half of south west quarter oi Mo tion 5, township 15, range 5 east. The north east quarter oi secuuu ship 15, range 5 east. ,. . ,i Such title only win De nww in the deceased. " . DAVID DAVIS, AdmV De bonis nun. Of Wiley Davis, deceased Carrollton, Aug jO, 18t 26-ts gT-f ypsHZm STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, vm v jr- t i ; t :f j -rr A S rVimmitto! 1 n the JiU w ; thij county, on MondaftJ 'ina msi, a negru wu " , -himself Jerry, and says he beW, .to Daniel Garner of this county . . . li-W M 0' Saia negro is a very .fl Y - R feet 9 & 1 . inches high his left hand somewhat crippled-"1 on a very old shirt, and pantaloons of lowells- The owner is requested to come forward, h property, pay charges, and take him y irati''D Ee dealt with the law Sor. six months. T. I UUil 'o-tf. : August 22nd, 1842. - For Sale at this' Office.