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i'.'f.are to le carried on immediately on a v : iHi7 scale, and, we have it "on good authority, rjMhc projected defences, of Kingston aie A NEW DOLLAR PUBLICATION BY THE" CONDUCTORS OF BROTHER JONATHAN. .1 "xtto be immediately commcncea on an 1 i . .ve plan; thus already realizing some of the ill : :1 . i i rwwU ..f rinirnrnnr I JONATUAiN'S MISCELLANY. Issued weekly by - Wilson & . 1G2 Nassau street, New York. xecutors sale. f jicrnl at the owning uf ihe present session of I vha'-f fl n.vT.Tt,tr Ar.E. TheParrnan ladies, who f t'JiJtU fashion of the world, arc discounlen- Jxing not only tight .-cinS. bu- the use of coi ;tir al all. So do nof, it appears, soue of our dies. Or, isaturday ast.m secomi sarec.i arket, Dear Lombard elreet, in the midst of e -pressure," a lady fainted. She was car ed into the open air, the usual restoratives had en applied without eflect, when some one rceivinrr she had a ery small waist, cut the it!. After this, the lady revived, It is to hoped that her children, if she has any, will learned better. Yhila Ledger. 1A e r.t 3-' Iff Hi The St. Louis Bulletin says a petition for a iuocal Bank, signed by one thousand five hun J citizen of that city, and among the signa- . . C I r . i if i -fs, are many iruui inemoers oi me van riu 1 arty, ii ready t forward to Washington. HOLLY SPRINGS t; m bae! f I pi talc tha fi so I d:i. nr w, I 4 f i i i y5 cfti- r 1 JOCKEY CLUB RAGES. ' rail Meeting. 18-11, will commence on the ..Monday in October next, FIRST DAY, MONDAY, A Sweepstake for two year olds, one mile . 150 Entrance, $50 forfeit; to Lame and ,eby the first day of October. SECOND DAY, TUESDAY, A Sweepstake for two year olds, rni'e heats, jO Lmrance. &1K) forfeit : to name and as ubo C. , jA.MK DA V Sweepstake for three year v two mile heats, 00 Entrance, 0 forfeit; :jme and close as above. t " THIRD DAY, WEDNESDAY-.-. Sweepstake for three year oldsrnile heats, oOentiance, 50 forfeit ; to namo and close bove. In each and every stake three or e entries necessary to make a race. AME DAY J ;gkey-club Purse, two. mile "FOURTH DAY, THURSDAY, Ley Club Purse, three mile heats. FIFTH DAY, FRIDAY, -.key Club Purse, four mile heats. 'siXTH DAY, SATURDAY, ' r!.tcr Pufse. best three in I've, miio have had i:o Meeting, of t lie Jot-key ; Members, duiing the pre-ent summer, the u-t h.r the several Pursas cannot be cT ys!ated but will all be highly respectable, lung up on cacii day at tiie stand in good L. CCCKE, Proprietor. liy nrgs July 'oh 1S41. lfi-tdr. :tior it i lV!-t f tf ini f .rtu mf i JR.! ab I th litef . I f 'I rust Sale. pursuance of authority given me, by urtue of a deed of trust made by James storte, for the purpose of securing Wai. s. for habilitie: mcured by him; as security j;d Jan es Davis. I shall on the 1st day of jary 1842 at the Court House doer, in the pf Holly ?P'inrs. oiler at nubltc sa'e. all Negroff, taind and other property, therein .tothe highest bidder for cash, being i-Js of 40 :egros and Land lying in 11 and Pontotoc cojnties. Reference is iothe truht deed now of record in Mar county for a more particular discription of f property. I will make such title onl to property us "h vested in me. JAMES L. TOT TEN. Trustee. hav Uku lf.ii.4t. " du r A CARD. tea? ?iir t ri--...,,. . i t H ' -.Ai o.cncci lor oongi-aaies t j' "I'tnedon ilomUy, the" 19th instant, Sipp Hbt:i!,iii;e a -ew var east of Mr. Abel's rt-.- j 'Ce iHiniber of pupils will be limited ta d t " . ' 1 . . . lu; IVincs. July 10 '841. nol5 2w li. VA&M, (CO. DRUGGISTS. HOLLY SPRINGS. L'OULD inform the nublic that thev have re- pn- move(j to the gt0re adjoining the,. Union J (Craft's.) That they have received, and i lee?constaatly on hand, a largo and complete s of iDrugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye- jay. Perfumery, Surgical Instrument, etc. etc. 3 a! fbichthfy intend to sell for GASH, at 'pie; L.Wertbancan be purchased at any other r , "itheSouth. Particular attention paid to j and putting up of Physicians orders j- nptions. Holly Springs, April, 1341. jj V ordf-rofihe Prohatp. Omrt of Lownd A J County, Mi. I will oner far sale to the high est bidder, on Thursday, Jie 29th. day of July next, on a creditof twelve months, at the Court Houe door in Pnnola Ooimtr. th fAnr;nT t The first number tciU be issued an, tAe Tues- scribed lands, belonging to the estate of Thomas day previous to the Alkrf July. , McGee, late of Iowndes County, deceased, viz: The publishers of the Brother Jonathan, cn;onr-" E; 1-4 of section 13, the S. W. 1-4 of sec. a -red bv the abundant and imnrpxanfi 4 i" Township 9 of Rane G wet. theS W. 1-4 which has crowned their recent efforts in the Dub- ?se5' 5' and the N- W- l4 0l" eec 18 Township ncation ot tee "Uellar Magazine," have decided , UI nan a wesl- Also, oa Alondaj-ishe 2nd upon the publication of a Weekly sheet, expressly ,ay " Au?Tust. at the Court House door, in the fur the country, in a convenient form for prefer- 0wn of Ripley Tippah, the following described Yiition, under ihe title of "Jonathan's Miscellany. linJ : the north half of section &i in Township 5 The Miscellany will be issued every Tuesday of anSe 13 the N. W. 1-4, of sec. 24 Townsnip rr.orninsr. in a suiiahl form j G of Rrane 2 east, the S. E. 1-4 of sec 3. S. contain eight large quarto pages, printed with a W,r1'4 sec' 4' and S- E- 1-4 or" se--26 Township beautiful and clear type; on asheet of twenty-eiht i 4 ' Rnge 4 east. Good security will be req lir- oy tnirty -eight inches. Its columns will be made cu u' lHV urcnaef- np principally of such matter as appears in the . MICAJEH McGbE, Executor, .brother Jonathsn in a fit form to bind, the oppor- 1 JunR 1Ulh.l- - june 16 4t turn y is njw afibrded to do so by subscribing to the two publications, Jonathan's Miscellany, rfnd tne Dollar Magazine. . Serial VVokks. The plan of the Dollar Maga xme excludes the serial works which are publish ed in the Brother Jonathan. The Miscellany 'will contain such new works from the pen . of -'Boz" "Harry Lorrequer," and others, as may hereafter be commenced in the columns of the Brother Jona than Some one continued articla will, however, alway s befound in the Miscellany, which has not Uen previously published in the Brother Jonathan or' any other periodical in this country. Jonathan's Miscellany will also embrace the craain of the news, the latest and most important having the preference. It will be published on Tuesday's, and will thus anticipat the . the Satur day papers of. the same week several days. In this ci:cumstanct . the publishers anticipate the creation of a large mail demand for the Miscella ny, among readers who are at present provided with one or more of the Weekly Sheets which are almost universally issued on Saturdays. " (7 In cheapness and excellence the Miscella ny will challenge comparison with any ote-r peri odical in the World! In point of embellishment, and in general lite rary character, the Miscellany . will be identical with the Brother Jonathan; and unexampled popu larity of that sheet indeces tiie publishers to think that nothing farther is necessaryjhau to state the TERMS. rihe first number of Jonathan's Miscellany will be isvn-.d on Tuesday, June 20th, and forwarded to subscribers by Aiuil at the following cheap rates: GO For a Single Copy, one year, One Dollar & Fifi v Cents. l6" FIVE COHES, one year, for FIVE DOL La txSy in money current in the, State, of T-icw .York 'ur in Boston. - ij-jjr For the Dollur Magazine,. (monthly,) and Jonathan's Miscellany, (weekly,) one year, to one address, TWO DOLLARS. Letters nust always come to us free of pastage otherwise they are never taken from the Post Ofiice l!otmaslers are au'horised by. law to frank letters containing snbscripuon money, and -will generally do so if applied to. 'C-'' Orders miist mail case? be accompanied by the l.isu. . Sii:e copies will always be on sale at all the r'e- .v yilii es'in the United States, at six cents. Lc Uts should bo addressed to V1LS0Y&, COMPANY, Publishers. 105 Nassau S-rcet, New York. I JtEce of Brother-Jonathan, . New York, June 4ih, 1S41.$ " Notice. -'1 rust .ale. NOTICE is hereby given that on Monday the 15th day of Maich 1841 the undersigned will by virtue of a deed of trust executed to him Ly Wdilam Kerr for the benefit of Henry Anderson, proceed to sell at the Court House in the Town of Holly Springs, in-Marshall county, Miss, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, the fo lowing tract of Land, viz. sec. 18, in town 2, of range 2 west of the basis meridian, Chickasaw Surveys Sale to take place at 12 o'clock, noon of said day; said Deed is recorded in the office of the Probate Court cf Masshall county, and is dated 6th day ol July, 1839. EDWARD ORNK. Tiustee. Dec. 11-38 tds. TH22 SALE IS POSTPONED. Notice. SpERSUANT 10 a decree of the Honorable the Superior Court of Chancery of the State of Mississippi, held at Oxford on the 22d day f April, 1841, I will oiler for sale on Monday, the 2nd day of August, 1841, at the Court House door in the town of Jacinto, Tishemingo County, at public auction, to the highest bidder, on i. credit of six months, the pui chaser or purcha sers giving bond with good and sullicient securi tyall the right, titlo and interest which John G. Harrnun has in and to the south-east and south-west quarters of Section fourteen, Town three. Kango seven east of the Basis Mei idiaifof the Chickasaw Session, in the Coun ty of Tishomingo and State of Mississippi, t'e crced to be sold to satisfy a lien on said land for the purchase money thereof, in favor of Anderson & Orne. NATHANIEL PRICE, Commissioner. Holly Springs, June 4, 1811. 9t. AT a Probate Court held for the Cou-ity of Mar shall, and State of Mississippi, on the 23ih day of Jure, 1611, Letters of Adminis ration on the cs late of Wrn. Craft, dee'd., late of said- county, were duly granted by said. court to the undersign ed. All persous having claims against the estate of said dee'd., are required to exhibit the same to the undersigned within t e time limited by, law, or otherwise thev will be barred. Those indebted to srid estate are requested lo mi'ke prompt pay- raent. MARIA A. CRAFT. Administratrix- . Holly Springs, July, '1st 1.841. - ' CAbE &, CO have just received a few dozen of Erneison's celebrated Razjr SrArs, pur chased of the manufacturer and warranted genuine, and undoubtedly the best article ever used for harpeninga Razor. Call quick or they are gone. Holly Springs, July 16. BLANK B jOKS, - Pen-knifes, Quills, jSlates, Letter paper, and School Books, a newasor; ment, j ust received and for sale at " L. CAGE &, CO. Tlolly Springs, July 16. Sarsnparilla ITIcacl syrup, ; A FEW bottles of this healthy and refreshing XJl beverage just received and for sale at - . L. CAGE & CO. Holly Springs, July 16. - ' - Holly Springs, July 12,. 1841 T 0 the Worshipful Board xf County Police, of JL MarsJiall Lonnty, Slate of Mississippi. In pursuance of the requisitions of Laws, I be'T leave to subinitto you the follo.viag .Report of the receipts and disbursements of the Public Moneys of your County, from the first dy f.:uly, 1839, to the hrst day or July, 1H41. ac- tOC i ou! Mr he TTN mirsuance of authority vested in me by vittueof a decree of Honourable Superior -Received on.uotes due the County o.,.t orchaneerv of the State of Mlssissinoi. I .Town Fund, - - - 4tstdav of AnriL 18 i I . I Receh ed fr m the - Sheriff on will on the 2d day of August next, offer for 'sale,-1- count of tax fees - -to the hi 'hest bidder, for cash, at the. Court House' Received from the Circuit Clerk, door, in The town of Holly Springs, the south-west v " -' ' - Tax Collector, qua rter nd north-east quarter of soction numbered : - - Ranger, . . . twentv-e'ight, of town ship four, of range four, ' , . - t of the basis meridian, lying and being in Aoiai aiuuuui ;rect;iveu uum an $2,492 16 2,549 70 704 55 3,255 00 969 00 iUn rdiaU county, and State of Mississippi, and be ing the land conveyed by one : Turner . Echols, in' trust t j .Wm. Dye by deed of date the 19th day of urust, 1839, and recorded in the office of JJie Probate Clerk of the county; the title is ood, yet, only such as was vested in Dye will be conveyed to P-.rchaers. , jAg . w ERISC0E; - , : : - " "Trustee. , " . . July-5th 1811. ,: STATE OF MISSISSIPPI.--Monkoe County. CIRCUIT COURT-ArarL Term, 1811. sources, - . . - - y,yu 41 The amounts disbursed, during the same time, are as follows. Viz : - t - Disbursed on Account of the Town Fund, . - - . - 2,492 16 Disbursed on account of the Poor, 490 00 . on account of the Jury Tickets, - - - 3,583 55 Disbuisedr On account of Connty Claims, ; - - - - - 3,324 91 Alex. M. Mayo, ) vs. . J.hn 11. Lawson, ) Atch. for $928 40. tutc mr. rnf tie l.e n. lea ve!. Jen- 1.14 prs-'ot pcr i ol I. pi ? VALUABLE PLAN- ff.yfy JTATIOX FOR SALE JJHj ,my plantation for sale, lying in Mar- ttnnty, section 10, Township 4. Rang 3, Vttd a half from Holly SpriDgsr w ith 200 Reared land, in a high state of improve iraa excellent fence, with a double log ' 'ing, with all necessary out -houses, an fH in the yard. Also, GO or 70 head of K - Apply to the undersigned or to David .fiaol ' JAS. COLBERT. E!!fs Feb. 19. 1911. Arrvnnnt &928"40. Ordered by the. l.urt, that J publication be made tor six successive . weeks, in the Southern tiauner, a ies iu pnuicu a Holly Spriugs, in said State, netifying the Defend ant of the pending of this suit; and that unless he enters his appearance at the -next term of this Court, and plead answer or demur, that Judgment final' will be had.aad the property so attached will be sold to satisfy the Plaintiff's demand. ""-. Aberdeen, June, 22d, JS41. TIIE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI--Monroe County". I S II. Buckingham. Clerk of the Circuit Court of said County, do hereby certify that the forego in" is a true copy of the order, as entered on the minutes of said Court on the 29th day of April, IKJI-. " " Given under my hand and the seal of said Couniy at my office. S.H. BUCKINGHAM, Clerk. By Willo J. Williams, D.C. rVFTTOXliS Dr. Champions celebrated i44y Vegetable Ague Pills, a certain cure for the Fever and Ague, just received and -for L. CAG E &. UU'b Drug store. ATTOKNEY3 AT V.V -fNril ltl i r ihr ftrVi Indicia! District. , I'-viiVC A - counties of Tippah and lontotot the ??Courlat6xfard,thc High Court of Errors .J' Jackson, and the .Federal court at !jjloliy Springs. Mississippi- ' " ' lo which add my commission, of 5 per cent, on $9,970 40, the a - mount received is - - - $9,870 65 49-i 52 Making - -From which deduct the amount -ceived, - v - re- $10,369 17 9,970 41 $393 7G Showinjr a balance in my favor of - Allot whicu is respectfully submitted, T.J.OLIVER, Treasurer of Marshall Co mty. Mississippi. THE STATE UF MISSISSIPPI. Marshall County. Eliza Garrison, . UlliOJIl tuuui. May Term, 1341. In Chancery. vs, Mitcliftl frjirrison -. - -.. . Came the complainant, byher solicitor, ana u sale at --'Holly Spring,- june :o .Job "ip pOLONGE Water, Florida water, Macasor Oil, Bears Oil, Toilet soap, Shaving soap, Tooth Brushes, Pink lancers, Sriuff boxes, Si I cr tbimb'.es.-Tooth powder, luddtible ink, just received and for sale at --. -" , E. CAGE & CO S Drug store. appearing to the satisfaction of th-5 Court, by davit filed-, that the defendent, Mitchell Oarnsou, U not a resident citizen of the State of Mississip pi; but resides beyond thj Circuits thereof. Itn therefore ordered, by the Court, that publication be made for two months successively ia the Southern Banner, a newspaper published in the ton of Holly Springs, Miss. Unless the said Mitchell Garrison appear aad plead, answer or demur to said complainant's Bllou or before tae first Mon day alter the fourth Monday in November noxt,th said bill will be taken for coufsed as lohiai and set for bearing ex partee. - . codv from Uie minute-. -.. Jes . -py A.; T. CARUTHERS, Clerk. - Holly Springs. Jury 16. : ruoiS-w- I EROVS PATENT ROACH AND BED-BUG JLi BANE, for sale at L. Cage t Co's Drug biore, Hollv Spriags.-rrice 37 1-2 ccns per bottir. 7feNEWwiYflLa!WE. IN SPLENDID H l'YLE. JULY, 1841, GHAHAM'S LADIES'AND GENTLEMAN S MAGAZINE. lnetireat increase in the subscription list of ths highly iopular Magazine (the edition having more Ihan doubled in less than six months) induces the proprietor, to commence a new volume, with the July number. It will be issued in ihe most attractive style, with the first of a new series, of RICH ORIGINAL ENGRAVINGS, got up in a manner, that shall surpass any used, in any other American Magazine. In addition to the fact, that we employ the talent of the very best American artists, in the engraving of the plates for this work, it must be remembered, that most of the subjects selected, are Original 1 Amei ican Pictures, which have never been before engraved, and ore consequently, the newest that can be brought be fore the public. HIGaiLY COLORED FASHION. It must be remembered, that the Fashion plates of this Magazine, are the best in coloring and de sign that can be found in any work published, in this country or in Europe. They are engraved and colored for this Magazine, by the best artists that the country can produce, and are drawn, always, from the latest designs from Paris and London, and consequently may always be relied upoji as the prevailing fashions of the United S ates, for the month in which the) are issued. We pay any other publication, aud. always have the best. THE CONTRIBUTORS. In addition, to the unusual fiue array ot original contributors, which the Magazine has thus far boasted, arrangements have been mide with a number more, of the best writers of the day, so that spice and variety may be looked for in the literary department of the new yolumj. Sports and'l'astimcs. This interesting feature of . the Magazine shall siilj be preserved as important to young sportsmen and in fact to all, young or old, who delight in the sports of the rod and gu.i. Articles in this depart ment shall be from acknowledged pens, and of the very best auihoiity. NEW TYPE AND PAPER. The volume will be opened with a new and beau tiful type, cast expreslv for the work, the m h- anical execution shall be of surpassing neatness, and the printing shall bj done upon the finest white pi.per. NEW AND POPULAR MUSIC. The chocest pieces of new and popular music for the Piano forte and Guitar shall be selected for its pages, and two or more pages shall appear reg ularly each mouth. In this way subscribers in re mote country, can always liavo tho latest music at low rates, almost as soon us it is published. Terms Cash. J he terms are $3 for a single subscription, and in no case will the price be abated, or two copies for jj,5 free of postage and discount, always in advance. No subcrioir received in any case witn out Uie aio.y. This rule is imperious and will not be departed from. Address post-paid, GEORGE R. GRAHAM. S. W. Corner 3d and Chestnut sts. Phila. A NEW MONTHLY PERIODICAL, BY Tills CONDUCTORS OF THE BROTHER JONATHAN. 'I lie heapest 32aaziiic in Clii'iseiicloiti. THE DOLLAR MAGAZINE. , A Gazette of Current American and For eign Lit rat are , Music, the Arts Fashion and Novelty. Ed.teu by N. P. Willis & H. Hastings Wkld. Every number is embellished with several beautiful AND SPIRITED ENGRAVINGS. CURRENT LITERATURE. In thecontenls of this Magazine, the aim of the editors is to select the choicest current peri odical Literature which falls from the European und Amei ican press Talcs, Poems. Novelliet tes, Essays, Anecdote, &c, a rich and pleasing variety and Original Tales, written by some of the mostcclebrated American Pens, and illustra ted with BEAU P1FL ENGRAVINGS on Wood by the first American artists. In the matterof Engravings the Publishers are deter mined to continue, as they have now, the reputa tion of having otlered the best ever presented to the public in a magazine. The most elaborate work on VVeod, superior in finish to most of the ordinary mental plates, are presented in every number. Every number also contains one or more Gems of NEW AND POPULAR MUSIC. Itis principally such as will reach our subscri bers sooner through this Magazine than in any other mode. For this purpose a competent per son in London has been employed to select and and transmit to us the earlest copies of such new and fashionable Songs -and other Music as ap pears in that city; and selections aro also made of the most popular music from Operas presented in New-York. PLATES OF THE P.1SHIONS Reported and Engraved expressly for this Mag azine, will be given four times in every volume. THE PERMS. The Dollar Magazine is printel in a beautiful style, on one immense mammouth sheet, consis ting of thirty-six large octavo pages, thereby reducing the postage to a single sheet. It is published on the F'irst of every Month, neatly stitched and covered, and forwarded, to mail subscribers, for ONE DOLLAR 4 YE4R. We do not hesitate to pronounce it the cheapest, as we are determined it shall be the best, Maga zineever oifered to Ameticuu readers and its circulation already exceed that of any other magaztne in the Luion. fgrPOST-MASTEIlS, or others,) who will send us a F'ive Dallar Bill free of postage, shall receive a Sixth copy gratis, and Tf .the money so scu is current in Eew-York or Boston, a Se venth copy will be added or. Four copies for Phree Dollars. The extra copies will be sent as the Pi M. may direct. Letters should either be franked by the P. M. or post paid, (otherwise they are not taken from the odiee,). and be ad .irjLA to WILSON & COMPANY j Publisher, 102 Nassau street, New. York. NOTICE. AT a special term of the Probate Court, held in "f for the County of Marshall, the State of Mis sissipr. ,)n tlie fourtu jav of June, 1341, letters of Adininisti,jon on tne est"&te of Thomas Jones, df c(l..hte ot1( Ouunty, was duly granted by said Court to the UiuiorfiJonn.i ah r-,. mg claims against the fca-e of the d- ceased are required to exhibit the same to the undersigned within the tirue limited by Jaw. or the same: will be forever barred. Those indebted to said S-state are requested to make prompt payment. JAMES M. HENDERSON. A dm in ist ra to r of Titos. Jon es, dee'd Holly Springs, June, 23, IS 11. 13 6vr prs. $S Qjjhflh LBS. L rillard's l-st Scotch Snuff; H just receivod and for sale at L. CAGE & GO'S D ruf; store. Holly springs. juns 2o HARD TI M tiS M 1 3.s I.SS ll ' PTTKlOsir BOARD per year. $150 (ju Man and lerse per dav. 1 ir - Good fires good room good stables &.c. Jiemptiia januav, isu. JOHV R f S E V. SPICES, &C JNUTMEGS, Ginger, Mace, Cloves, Cinnamon, XV Allspice, Pepper, Cayenne, Mustard, Sal- eratus. least Powder. 1 n lorn fi.Joi. rI..-. Madder, Turpentine, Soap, just received and for sale at L. CAGE & CO'S Drugstore. Holly Spring. june 25 BOXES of the celobiated Columbian , r Ton,eor Specific Pills, on eirectual cure for Pever aud Ague, just received and for saleat CAGE $ CO'S Drug store, when inany certificates of its worth may be examined. Holly Springs. june 25 FEMALE INSTITUTE,-- AT HO .LY SPRINGS: ' BIHE next Session ol the Institute commune on the first Monday in July, and closes on t r..iav before the first Monday in December. IIkv. C. PARISH, A. M. Pkixcipal. .nmD T'KACIIER IN THE SeNIOK DElARTMET M i ss CATHARINES- M A R R , - . Teacher in the .Middle Department Mtss MARTHA U FRAZER, ARTMENT Tkachkr in the Junior Department Kev. C. Parish. La i in, Greek or French. Steward. Matron. Lewis Thomson, Esq. Mrs. Sarah B. Thomson , TERMS as last session, viz : 10, 15 or 20 dollars per session, according to the studios pur sued. Sessional fee for servant's hire, 73 'eta. per pupil. Board, including washing, from 10 to 12 dollars per month, either at the Institute or in private families. Terms payable in advance yet not exacted till ihe close of the session. N. B. An invi:ation has been extended to J.E. GONEKE, Esq , to fill the department of Music. We wish to secure the best services possible in this department. C. PARISH. Holly Springs, Jane 25 no 12 3w DANIELilliAiS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, . RECEIVING, FORWARDINO AND Coiiimiio!i merchant FORT PICKERING, TENN. TT IBERAL advances will be made on Cotton, Cotton received and forwarded at 25 centi per bale. . 0T" There will be no charge for dray age in REFER TO Col. J. C. McLemore. ) Fort PicAerinp-. Memphis. Somerville. Nash ville. Franklin. , Holly Spring, Mi. Eastin Morris. Ej. Col. J. 11. Mahon, i II. Van Pelt, Esq. Col. J. II. Ball, ) L. U. Coe, Esi. E. T. Collins, Esq., La Grange. ij. ii. r osier, isq. t E. 1 1. &. A. Ewing, ) 11. C. Fostor, Esq. John Marshall, Esq. Lemuel Smith, i Judge Hulitig, ) Gabriel Ragsdale, Pontotoc, Miss. Green Hill, Esq. Coi. A. A. Kiucannon, Capt. C. H. Abert, ' Columbus, Mi, II. Barry, Esq. I B.-Toomer& Co. j John. li. Burk, iew York. Henry Ewing, Esq.. Philadelphia. June, 1S4I. ' no. 12 3m The Fayette Republican will please copyT the above three months, and forward the account to me at Fort Pickerfnir. f). . NEW STORE. Tle Subscriber has Jnt received and is no " opening on the South side of the Pubic quare 3i 2 door from the East Corner, a vrv tiencral a . sortuient of Spring imd Summer Goods all ofwhic i were purchfed a few weeks inee, in the City . " Philadephia, he is desiro is of Selling them " fi " 'CASH' and will endeavor to offer them at Su ? Prices as to prove Satisfactory -to Pnn;har: The Public are Rcsp!CtfuUy invited ; to cH ar -exarnine his .Goo N, and h will b most llnrvl ful for any Palronn-je may reiviv,-1 " D. h. MOI.LOV. Il -lly Springs f in.? IfJ.h Hll.--tw. r.-rrr) kj THIS OFFICE. 2'