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1LV SPRINGS BANNER.
'I, -t fir j . . . Ve are compered from urgent necessity H r. UP our friend an J patrons, and par j t; abrly those at a distance, to liquidate ;r various account?: it is now near the J se of the year, and we hope our friends ;i avail themselves of the earliest oppor J:y, and remit. ;lly srniXGs. decoicer 11 r The circu'ation of the "Saturday Cou ;ff" published ii Philadelphia by Messrs. Mikin & Ilo'den, is now the largest in world, having a list of 34,000 subscri- f is- Di. Dvot'3 case. The Court refused hare th i Prisoner. The case will ably go before the Supreme Court. tti 'W ttf :C5i I The oil gentleman of the Richmond En ,rer(Thoma3 Ritchie) is talked of as can. t jjute for Governor. If he shou'd be elect 1 1 who may not aspire to the sovereignty y t (the Oli Dominion. I Tens The sale of lot3 to 3k plica at arty ? y city of Austin, the new seat of Govern- I ut of this Repiblic, on the 7th of No- t'aber Congress convened on ihe same tep. thi l The sexton of the city of Houston reports 'h- interment of sixty-seven persons, from I- 1 t. . I . 1 1 V . I ; 1st :o me 4ia uzi. naving aiea 01 tae He has taken up the line of inarch for Th fbllowi ? is fro n :hc New' York H ashington, and declare i most rojndly that 1 KcraH, of Mo-d y est. he will not be 'choked oh?' Mr Cain: un has taken a circuit in the South, and is wending his way to the Capi tol. His friends here asert that he will take an early and a high start upon the cur rency question. He 13 to be the Othello, rnd Benton the Iago, in the new drama which is to be enacted before the nation at this ses sion. The curtain, you will find, will soon be drawn up; so the audience will do well to be early in attendance." "If his friends (Mr Clay's) do "endeavor to obtain for him the nomination,1' and should sacceed, we .eeeno way of electing him without a change, ati'l a very great change, taking place in the minds of the people, all over the country." We copy the abeve extract from the Cin cinnati Republican, a Harrison paper. It is pass'ngly strange that after what we have experienced by tiivUions, cisms, &c. in the Another Si's tension of SrEcxr. Pay j:ets. It was nith ininsjh d sensations of' s rprise and pain, that we have to itcord ano'her disastrous su?pf nsio 1 of spec e pay ments. Tiie highlv important, and influen tial body of abolitionists in this city h-ve at last burst up in money nutters, as miy be seen by the following document, in r. 1 ition to a draft drawn by Arnol 1 Buffnan, It Q.u -ker abolitionist of Marietta. Ohio, on Mr S. W. BenfHiict, treasurer of thi a'.olitionist society in this city: S151. New York. Xov. P, 1S3D. Plase to take notice, that a bill drawn by Arno d B fifirjan, on S. W. U tv die". As sistant Treasurer,' for I. "0, and nbrs d by you, is protested lor nou-p ty.fivit, and th u the holders lock to you lor the y.nment thereof. Yoius, etc. , S. C. WILLIAMS, Notary Public, B.mk of Au.e:ic., and At torney at Law, No. 5t, Wall trect. This faiu.e will doubths3 aHord much pleasure to ' he United States Bank, inasmuch as "misery loves company;" and inasmuch as the suspf ns on of specie payments by the Whig ranks, men a; e fo;;nd reckless enougli abolitionists has res dte.! from precisely sim- lev r ill I !- iOA' fever. I Tu3 Governor General of the Canadas 'y-.s resolved to carry into cflec! the union of colonies, without regarding the opinions any person. His resolutions were laid I fore the Secia' Council, and unanimously ilopted.and sent to Upper Cenada. I I TENNESSEE LEGISLATURE. I The siyi tgs and doings of a majority of to 'y uiH ong be remembered by every jjgjlrie republic n possessing one sjiark of State, licifi!?, with indignation and regret. The lo f Tennessee have not fbt-goit:n that z ho. El 1 b 54. 0Y' iris tr :et' nr out! 1 )Vi( itter , 1 Dk'J ;iai t 'sari ti lock ;c-1 I abtt to; t C3 tfcl id I J.R H bora a res. m pok I OS" It free eths 3t t-' a f rief. I d1o tt 1 top cv ence supported f r tne highest oflice thin the gift of the American people, their r?r.erable old Senator. Now how has the 1 . Jit mmvuf J---J Lre, th'-J le :ders of which profo-s t j be gen- :-a.n, are busy in bestowing epithrts upon pit vtte-raa stateanua f r the purpose cl pnifestinur their subserviency to such lead- :-as James K. Polk, Blair, Kendall & Co Where is the noble Tenncssean that can taeaber with pleasure, associ itcd with the distant impulse of patriotism, the scs mot IS 39. The career of the once Rerereh'l, Vut now &unb!?, Mr M rtin, of Maury, can le aiit J to mina wiin no caiei uui icser.f the most pungent regret. To say that a pious member of the church ill reconcile it to himself to bandy such tip e sions as the reports give him credit for, is to fly directly in the face.of Heaven, ardthe Icct ires we often hear in the temple ofthamos! high God, "Hell,'' "Hurl" and ie name of the Deity "dance thr ugh his speech in all the mazes of metaphorical tonfuMon?' He certainly mu t have tnce berri in the practice of making a more than common use ef the popular camp meeting hymn, in which whl be found the following m?s: "Let cares like a wild delude come, Ln&KeUish darts be hurled," &c. What kind of morals can that individual possess who in the face of high Heaven pro nounce his venerable old fellow-citizen "a frit r" "Oh shame where is thy blush?" Gratitude the first impulse of virtue should tare taught them better. h is painful to see men who might be- ttme ornaments to any community, exerting tl their powers to a d a few designing men crippling and pulling down the proudest istitutions of a Republic. Messrs. iien Martin may rest assured that as soon as tej have performed the "villeuic taste im fsedby such characters as Kendall, Blair, JCo, they will retire with reflexions of Appointment and remorse-and learn, when !is t 0 late, to appreciate the free institutions ow country. to endeavor to push forward the claims of Gen. Harrison to the Presidency, when they must certainly know (if they know anything of the position of the Whig party) that he could not, under any circumstances, ob ain a vote South of the Potomac River. More than two-thirds of the Harrisburg Conven tion are represented by Mr Clay's friends For more than three years tho Patriots of the nation have looked to Henry Clay as their enly chance to avert the impending storm which threate ns t j immolate our coun try. If the paper from which we take the ab,ve extract means to insinuate that there is any settled prejudice in the minds of the Whigs cf the South to Mr Clay, or that they have to undergo any change to reconc le their support of him, it very much misUkcs our fee ings, and hazards the asserti n. The Cincinnati Republican may speak for the IIarris n d strict of Ohi and othr North-Western States; but we beg have to remark that Gen. Harrison is never known in the. deliberations of any of our Whi meetings at the South. . It is folly and indet d suicidal to attenv.t again to divide the Whi j fore s in su di precarious times when the j very salvation of our c wmon country is at stake; then away with the thought of urin-r Gen. Harrison over the superior claims f Henry Clay. We have had military cbief tains enough, in all conscience, to glut the appetite of one waning ie;mblic. Disocstino. An thcr Loco-foeo Lrt:r Jslaturc, a.-.d Tennessee will go by the board so far as legislative dinitj' i- involved. The following v.'e clip from a Nashvill ; pnpci, as one of those be au iful specimens of Leg is ation shown by those who must certainly feci themselves degraded especially cft; r the passage oi tho instructing and bank us-oluiinns. We 'hope for the hon -r of the cotton S ate, that Mississippi's Legislators will profit by what she has learnt from Nashville: LEGISLATIVE MOTIONS. The IIo se of R present at ivts arrived at an adjourn mt-nt on Wednesday evening after the following somewhat amusing fashion. Mr Jones' resolution to adjourn sine dieon the 23d in t. wa- nd : r consideration. Mr Martin of Washington. 'A'r. Spea ker, I move to amend the resolu ion by strik ing out the 23d da of December and in serting the first day of January m lieu there of." Mr Jones. 'Mr Speaker, would it be in order f r me to accept that amendment.' Mr. Speaker. 'The Chair thinks not, at the present stage of the proceeding.' Mr Frazier.'Mv. Speaker, I move to amend the amendment b. striking out the Is and inserting the 8th day of Januaiy it being a pretty good day.' Mr Fonville. 'Mr Speaker, would it be in order to move a division of the question, so as first to strike out and then insert?' Mr Speaker. "The Chair thinks it -onld." Mr ronville. "Then I make that mo tion ilar general causes; that is, a miscalcul tion and over-trading in the great commerci 1 staples of the country. Tho United States Bank suspended on accou t of i sbad specu lations in cotton; the abolition s ciety sus pended on account of its b .d speculations in wool! aid of the Admin'st atio 1 interest, it will al so open the wa. for lawless violence. Another reaso i why seriou? trouble 25 'an ticipated s, thai butli Mr Naylor and Mr Ingersoll. f the third D-st ict Pennsylva. b have already been to Washington ani mark ed their seats in the House. Tids it must be confe sed looks like preparing for a con test in earnest, and coupled with the efforts 01 the Loco Focos to c rry the late New Je sey State election in ' rder to se ure dou ble certificates, it is sufficient to arouse pub ic attention every where. Nev rthede s, weind Ige the hope the Constitution wil be found f 1 y aderjuate to its own protection. It is a fiarf 1 thi.igtolay vioknt h nds on ths venerat dak of the conren.nt, and the man who attcm ts twill not only i .cur a heavy responsibility to the country but the risk also of his own life. The traitors will be apt to find sterner stuff at Wa-hinsrton than the Philadelphia revolutionist; over at Harri l urjr lun Na sh cil'e I Mi i g. PUBLIC MEETING. At a Lr2C meeting of the people of Mis sissippi from various puts of the State, without distinction of patty,- assembled at Jackson on the 26th Nov. 1S33, for the pur pose of paying a tribute of respe t to Gen. Andrew Jackson, late President of the U. State. Tiie meeting was called to order by R. M. Gaines, Esq. on who e motion The Hon. Samu.l J. Ghoison was called to the chair. Col. R. M. Williamson, Gen. Henry S. Footc and R.M. Gaines, Esq. were" chos-.n Vice Pies dents, and A. 11. Handy and C. W. Clifton were uppoi.i ed Secre taries. The object of the meeting was briefly ex plai ed by Gtn. Foote. After which'j. S. ,Vcrger, Esq. offered the following resolu tions uhieh were unanimously adopted. AVheieas, this mee ing bcl eve, that Gen. Andrew Ja kson will dtse ve the respect and admiration of the American people, IVr his distinguished services lo the c ntrv, and that to no State has h s services b n inoie beneficial thaiito the Slate of Mi sissippi. it nt 101 e, Rt sol vel, h:it a committee of twenty-five citizens cl tl.e State oi Mississippi be an- p ' i..ted to invite Gen. Andrew Jackson to visit this Sta ea?its gu st, at thecitv of Jack soir, atsuch lime in the mouth ol. January next, as will su.t his convt nience: Resolved, that the. ctims of t!:e State generally are requested to participate in his rec-ptwn. - - Resol ed, that there be appointed a corn- mi tee of twenty-five ; er on to mike suita ble a ranemcu s forli s ricej.tion', if the in- vitation oi this commr.leo s:iuld be accepted. Keso vt-'l, that the committee o nivjtato:e to ue apDomteil uieb r the tirst i'esoiu;ion. mike public the invitation ofthe committee, and ihe response of G 11. J.icksun. Resolved, that the Legihiture ftiiis State is leqiuste: ty this nudin to invit; (.Jen. A. Jjekson to visit t e ei'y of Jckscu as tiie "guest of the Stale of Mississippi.'' Resclvcd, that all the vol titeerc mpanirs int! is State are requeste ! t assemble at the c ty of Jackson, t participate with this meet ing, and the citizen- of the State generally, inpiviug a suitable leception to Gen. An- diew Jackson, as the "gticst of ihe Slate of Missismpi'i. On motion it was Risolvethat the President and Vice Piesidentsappoinlt' e comrni'tees under the first and thiid ri solutons. Who eupon, the foil wing gctlemeu were app'ointed the com mittee of invit tion. Mandamus Case. The U. S. Circuit Court for the District of Columbia com menced its regular session oa Monday. We learn from ihe National Intelligencer that Wm L Brent and R. S. Coxe, Esquires, as counsel for Mrs. Su an Decatur, moied he court for a mandamus, to issue, directed to the Hon. J. K. Paulding, Se-cretary of the Navy com nanding him to pay ce tain sums of mo icy ordered to be paid 1 Mrs Deca tur by a joint resolution of , Cong ess, da ed the 3d -of March, 1S37, unless causj be shown to the contra-', which mot on was allowed, an i the court ordered that a rule be laid and served upon the secretary, to show c use, by the fJlh January next, why s-aid mandamus hall not issue. , and cherish the living, rememberirrg' thAt they will one day be dead also " The Challenge. Theownerof Bos ton h.ts rhalh nged the owner ot the hithrr to invincible Wane- to a race I four mil. s for 815.000 or 30,000, one third forfeit. The racelo be run over some cn ral course to be agreed upon. He re's a chance for tare sport. W estern 'Help.- The author of'a new Home' aid she once had a elamsel living with her who used to put her head in at the door, with 'Miss Giavers, did you hoi e? I thought I heered a yell CO'.UXUXICATIOXS. The Correspondent of the Baltimore knot, writes from Washington as follows: "The members are dropping in one after l2oer, who repair immediately to trie Hase to secure good scats. I have seen nthe pare Messrs. Storrs and Trumbull, !f Connecticut: Mr Peck, of New York, h jMr Henry of Pennsylvania. Ft- i I hear that CoL Johnson, has brushed up f oU beaver cap, and is bravely in the I lfcr ic-lection to the Vice Presidency. Ifr L von. "Mr Sneaker, would it be m order to move the indefinite p vtponemcnt of the resolution and amendments? Mr Speaker. 'It would.' Mr T.notL. "Then Ifatfke.t! at motion. Mr Walker of McMinn "Mr Speaker, would it be in order to move to lav tne rcso lution and amendments cn the table?' Mr Speaker. 'It would.' Mr Walker. "Then 1 make that mo Mr Frazier.'Mv. Speaker, it would be in o der, I presume, to move an adjourn ment?' If- C.rr. It WOUlJ. Mr Frazier."! then make the moti n" Which last motion was agreeu 10 a..u A House adjournteL r,,rv Tree. Tiiis u nivcisal fa- .U15i UK"" . , I 11.0 vorite has reappeared in .London, and t..e Spectator thus announces : me kmx xT......irL-rt on Tuesday, Sept. o4, S...-3 Wanderers of "Ellen Tree on this side of the Atlmtic. eager t . get a glimpse of her divinity through ony loop hole: the prolong d raptures aW ocr power.1 the object of them, a-,d fe br of tPhe Tree-worshippers as attested by wav ing of boughs m ad :ition to the customary shswer ef lesser greenery. Thomas Hh.-ds, H. G. Runtitls, Charles Lynch, A. G. McNu t, J. A. Qviitmin, S. S. Prentis-, Joseph Dunbar, Win. Gar thy, John II. Home, Arthur Fox, Thomas J, Word, Thos. 11. Wi 'uia-Ro-rer I i ! i t"ii, F. W. Hu.Jing, Jno. P iham, APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESI . DENT. George L. Dougla s, to be deputy Post master of U.S. at Louisvil in the Slate of K- ntucky, in the place of James M. Camp bell, removed. James Carke, of I wa, to be Secretary for the Territory of Iowa, in the place of Wm. B. Conway, decease !. Robert M. Cutrlton to b? Atto ney of the Uni ed Sta es, for the District of Georgia, in the place of John E. Ward, resigned. Our Steam do at Builders. We have come to the conclusion that the merchants of our city cannot bj excelled in steamboat building; :i ii 1 if any body who will take pains to examine some ol the b atsthat have been built here during thi past year, we taiukthey will i ear us out in saying so. A new boat, called the "Queen ct t.ie West," has lat lr leen completed at the ship-yard of Messis Loathe 1 berry & Co. which i a good specimen of what our mechanics can do. She is owned, we ;iii Jerstand, by Messrs. Mann So Clarke, Ogdeu and Sou ligalc, and Capt. Anshutz, and is a hue in del of a bo..t, cana le of carrvinir 3 10 to.is. She has two engines manufactured by Mr A. llarkuess, which are said to be among the bett he has "tui tud out?' - , Wot ok occasion last Saturday, during a little excursio 1 dow.i the river, lo examine her cab. ns. In the gentlemen's ca in, the liis thing wc noticed, was the imp oveitiuit madrtin tne chairs. They are much better titled for the comfoit of passengeis, by all having ba ks to them, and they look equally as we 1. We presume they will soon come in use on all boats. In the berths, the mat trasses ;;fo laid upon wire springs, which reiut mike them vc y easy. Each state room, we arc tol l, is t be tarnished with a wash-slan i and bain, a matter of gr.at con venience- . . . The gentlemen's cabin is sp'endidly fur nished with rich chandeliers and mirrors, and the ladies cabin with beautiful mahog any chairs oad double ottomans; and 1:1 the exti erne end, aft ofthe la lies cabin, is a m g nifictnt mirror inlaid in the ceiling, i.i which we can t. ace the handicraft of ou friend Wiswell. She is 01 the whole, a beautiful boat, and one the mechaniosof Ci.i cinna i I ave re son to be proud of. A right pretty boat is the Queen of the West. We unde.-.-tand i-he started upon her first trip yesterday for New Orleans with a great number of passengeis. S cce-s to her. Cincinnati Republican. FOR THE BANNER. We the unde signed, commissioners for the Counties of Lafayette and Panola Missis sippi for superintending the c eaning oat oftiie Tallahatcie river from the month, "of Tippah down to the mouth of Cold Water. Report that we have performed that ardu ous task and have had the leaning timber cut from the banks and log and snags in the stream cut into short lengths down below watermark and we have no hesitation in saying Flatboats with full freights, with a rise of four feet above low water mark, (which is only common winteis water) can decend the r.ver in safety, and steamboats ascend at least as high as Wyatt, and pei Caps 10 the mouth 01 Tipp.h. Although much has been done, much more can be duiie to advantage if an appropriation can bo had from the s ate legishture, the work a ready done being Ly individual subscr ptior.s. J. A. SNEED, WM. KILLEBREW, S. W.EVANS, A. PETEIISON. Dec. 7th, 1S30. . Wm. E. An ers n, M Detrt;.f .nn id, Wm. linscoe. Jam s C. Wiikios, J. Brown (of Lafayette.) And, on motion, ti e Pas dent and Vice Presidents were added to the committee. On motion, it was Resolved, that the editors ofthe various' papers irt this Slate, arc requested to publjsh the proceedings of this meeting in their res pective Journals. S. J. GHOLSON, President. R.M. WILLIAMSON,') H. S. FOOTE.-- V. Presi- R. M. GAINES, ) dents. A H. Handy, ) Secretaries. C. W. Clifton, - 4 CONGRESS. -This bo ly meets on MonJay. The most serious apprehensions are expressed by the Eastern press in refere ice to the organizi ton if the House, pirties being sa.ue.irly balanced and thq con ested seats s nmner ous. A revolution, similar to that which last winter disgraced the Capitol of Penn sylvania is even hinted at, an 1 truth to say, the cvidehc s of such a dispslti yt on the part of the Administration aaby no means slight The pretence of this step, .if m dly und rtaken, will prob bly be the character of the N. J, delegation. It has been sug oe ted that the clerk cl the last Liaus ? may assume to call the roll of thensw, ani citn er refuse to call the New Jersey d.l ,-gati n at all or Tecogniso tfco claims of tne V mi Bu en candidates. This p ocedarevould o ce bring the parties to an issu an l if riaht sort of elements can be ca.ied to the IowA.-The Burlington Patriot ofthe 10th hist, says: 'The Governor has is tied his proclama tion, declaring Fran is Gehon Esq. Delegate to Congress from t!ie Territory of Iowa! said Gehon recivng 813 vo es, W. W. Chapman 21. ;nd Joseph M.Robinson 31, at the last August election. In the late elec tion ou fed ow-cit zens in ths southern part of he territory thoug: t it unnecessary to vote for a Di legate inasmuch as Congress did, at the l ite session, pass a special act d -cliring Mr Cha. mrm ei.tith d to hi - seat for tw. ycar-. The Governo 's Proclamatio i is issue! in accordance to u law- of the ast s sion of our L gislatuie. We pr. sume ns .t wil then be fts do .able Mr Gehon will contcs his election at the next meeting of Congress; and we shall then see which Jaw Btheotr ngel the congressional or the territorial." The Size's adrift to mourners. I saw a pale mourner stand bending over the omb, anl his tears fell often. As hi raised his humid eyrsto heaven, he cried: "My broth er! oil my brothei!'' A sarre p ss d that way, and sari, "FoAv . om dost thou mourn? ' "O e" jeplidlu,"who:n I did notaiu ciently hv ' while living; but whose iuesti- raible woith I f'ed." . ... -What wo-ild'st f oxi d if he were res toted to the?" ... Th" mourner re licd that he would r.ver on-'ndhim by an unkin i woid. but u mll take every occasion to s'.ow his frier, .sn p, if i2 c .uf but co ne to his fond emb a -. -Then waste not thy time m us les5 : act, said the sage; -but if thou hast trie:.-.-, go COMMERCIAL. Uuirec f d weekly from the Commercial Uulkaiu. liW ORLLIANS MUXKV MAUKliT. specie -. Exc .ange on England on ri 5 12 12 a a a 1 1 per G 1 ) 5 3 S 5 D . D . on New York r.t sight - - - Do. do. GOd ys U. S. Bank No es - -U. S. Treasury Note -Sovereigns - - - - 8 5 Spanish Doubloons $17 50 Mexican do. 81o 50 American Gold MlSSlSSl PIT MON Y Natchez - Do. Er nches - - - Do. G mo. post HOte3 Do. 12 do. do. do. River specie payingbanks par a Uniuu ILnk, (on dein.) 3 a D . do. 12mo..th3 3 Gran ! Gulf 12 Like Washingt n - - - 30 C m. & H. R. Hank of Vicksburg - - - - 20 Do. eo. do. post notes 20 Bmk f Vi-ksburg - - 30 Vieks urg Water Works 30 Tombigby 25 Citizen's Bank -Mad. Co 40 Com. Bank Columbus - 15 Brandon Ba.ik Mine ' ester - - Natchez Rail Road - -Miss. S Slipping Co - - Real Estate Hinds Co - Aberdeen & Pontotoc -Alabami Specie p yi ;g Banks State Bmk Tennessee ------- G.;i.. Indiana, II inois, Ke ntucky & M s ouri par a Arkausis 3 a Tex s Treasury Notes - GS Clinton an 1 Port Hu lson 18 Do. payable . t N. O. par Bank of Pensacoli - - - 12 Union Ba;,k f Florida --15 8 13 13 prem. GO 8 13 25 30 - 70 par ' - G - 4 a a a a a a a a a a a a 5 0 1 8 5 17 lo G . 5 10 G 10 ,i 4 10 15 40 25 25 35 35 30 50 20 70 10 20 30 40 75 8 G o 10 70 20 15 20 disc ptem. 20 1 i O disc. A llv'y 6rt-f Dec. 7ih, lojy. I N election for seven directors of this h stitution to f erve for the ensuing ye-?.! wi 1 be holden , the Banking House m "lie! ly Sprues oa the fx st Monday ia Janaarj nest. W. GOODMAN. Cash. U Dec. 7th. 3-t Prs.fee$3. THE SUBSCUIIIER YITaT ILL not, as heretofore, rcceire t.:. ? y T nnessee Bank notes at pir in ment for land; as their princip'ii' Banks at Nashville have suspended specie payment, and the minor nes will probably. ?fon follow their example, Hernando and N rt iein B?nk,and the notes of other banks of good standing .hi Mississippi received as usual. EDWARD ORNE. Oct. 2G, 1S39. No.39.-34. JdThc Holly Springs, Commerce, and, Mem nhis naoers. will mihlih tw Wa3 J x 1 " v times, and f rward their bills to the Hernan do Free Press. From the ll'erte'rn TJ (. Bacon, v?00 P rk, (bulk) Flour, G Lard, (pr. lb.) Sugir, CulTt e, ---------- Whiskey, (per. gal) - Molasse , - Meal, (per bushel) - -Salt. Kenawha, - - - - vr nnd allum. fnr sack 4 00 1 1 , Liverpool blown, - - 3 75 a Candles, Sjrm. (per lb.) 00 55 a , tallow, mud-- 00 IS a Rice, (pe - lb) - 00 CO a Nails, cut, as rted sizes 00 10 a RiTorinnr. Iventuckv. - - 00 20 a - o- - II a 03 12 none 00 00 0 15 00 55 00 00 0 02 1 00 Scotch, Bale Rope. Ky. - . E stern G 50 12 10 00 18 00 00 GO 00 54 0 75 ' 0 00 0 0J 4 50 00 GO 0) 23 03 10 00 11 0 ) 30 0 ) 30 C tta 1, Iron, (per b) - - -Castings, (r r lb) - Mackerel.nos 1,2,3, (pr El) 10 00 a 13 0q - - 00 2S a - 00 lla0)12 1-2 - - - 0 J 0 a 00 10 - - - O 0 7 a 00 8 - - 00 8 a 00 10 - - - 00 5 a CO G COFFEE & . CIGARS! JUST received, direct from Cuba, 80 B igs of Colfec, verv superior quality. 75,00 jigjrs. assorted qu.ntity. .For sals low far cas 1 by raACKENZIE & LANIER. Jumt22, 1839 tf UGGESTION of the insolvency of 1 he estate of I. F. Wright deceased rnv-. Probate Couuof l nola county, in pursu-, ance of the statute, the i ndersighed weieop poir.tl commissioners tp receive an I exam--iue all claims againi said es at- For which! purpose they will sit at Bellemont on the first Saturdays in January, February and " March next Claims not "presented withhv the time required bv law wi 1 be debarred. W. H. GALBRAITH. ' GEO. SHEWFORD. R. J, JONES. i Dec. 7th 1830. No. 30 3-t. , Tl Ill.Ti:itS. ! TJJ AVHITE& WM H AGERrc pect: J2J q fully inform the Prin ers ol the U; States to whom they liave b en in' di idually known as estnh is ed Letter Foun deis, that t!iey havr nowf jmeda copartner? ship in said busine-s, anl by a long ex peri ence, they hope t0 be able te give satisfied tion o all who may favor them wi h th:il orders. The introduction of mach"nry in plac of the t dio s an I unhealthy process of cas; ing type 1 y hand- a desi :-ratuin by the Ett ropean fo ndi rs, was by American ingenu ; ty, udah av. t xptn li ure oftimeand moil .ey on me part of our s nior partner, ilrr saccessfuily accomplished extensive use c; ma -hine cast letter has full y tested and c: tablished its superiority i i every partLul.i " ov.-nhose cast by the old process. The h tter fnmdry bu in ess will hereafi'f be carried on by the partes before name unler the firm of Wiii e, Ilager & Co -4 Th'dr speciin exhibits a comple se ie from Diam nd to siity-'bur lin-s picru Tif book anl news : vne b .in in the most- mi: eru style. f Whit-, Higer & Co. are agents for tl .- il -nf th .Smith an I Rust Printing Pre; s; whi h t i'-y cari f ruish their cus om1" I at man fictaiers prices Cha es, Cas Composing Sticks Ink, and "every attic f us"d in 'he ni.iting business, kept for saH and furnished on short notice. Old type ken in exchange far new at nine cents p I poiai !. 2: New York, Nov. 2?. HORRID MURDER. MITCHEL . AMMEN was murd rd for his m mcy ontlie Gth day of Marer . IS3S, thiiteen miles above Baton Rouge, In on tKe road h ading to Biyou Sara. It is h lie-ved the greater part of his money con ted of Ohio bank note?. He had also a his person ow silver p ncil case, two sm-f p cket books, one silver mounted dirk, a J two kewsti d together with red mer no.j Some of the above nimed articles contai' his nam -or the initials thereof. I will p 9500 for the apprehension of the murde'r or murderers. 'f DAVID AMMEN J Publishers of newspapers are respect, ly requested to give this a few insertions, J Col. Ammen was himself a pract cal pr U r, and edited and pub ished newspnp many years, durinf which time he pubiis-P without r. rnunration, many aavertisem of a simi ar nature, to a-certain exp: and punish crime. DAVID AMMEN! NOTICE. - ! E HEREBY forwarn all perV from trading for a certain not' " haul Hven by us t Abner Pe din of Lifavette County, Miss. fbrTt Hundr. d and Fiuy Dollars, due in Janu .; or February, 1840. The consile ation 1 wliich it was given is a fraud we there ' do not intend to pay it. If, unfortunat; any one has traded for sill note, he' hereby notified to mike his money off, endorse. JOHN WALTERS, E. WINECOFF. Oxford, No-, 20. 1830 30-3t - ; T7 N Mon lay the 10th day of Deccn $J) Inst., I will s-11 for cash at the C Ho use door in Holly S pings, n N womm nam d Rachel ana her chill Sil levied on asthe p operty of Frederick W to satisfy three executions in favor of Re ' West Holmes anl Aiim3 anl Georgi Miller. . ALSO. . T the si me place on the Gth diy of i jnXt se' frty acres of land a t of sec. G range 3 tosvn 2 levied e,l the property of Robert Johnson, to si ; sundry executions ia favor cf Neil Mc ' and ethers. M'CROSKY.Sh'llV By ALF. SIMPSON D. ; Pee . 7th t839. N S0.-t-dr pr I