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Fur Governor. -DAVID O. SHATTUCK, of Carrol. 'V- Congress. ADAM U BINGAMA-N, of Adams. WILLIAM R. HARLEY, f Mars' i. II. For SecrtUry f:f Sia'c LEWIS G. GALLOWAY-of Ilolir.cs. For Auditor of Public Accounts. DR. JAMES J. ALLEN, of Hinds. For State Treasurer. WILLIAM G. CRAWLEY, of Perry. For Attorney General. ROBERT HUGHES," of Hinds. We are authorized to announce JACOB THOMPSON, Esq, as a candidate for Con gress, election to take place in November next. We are authorized to announce Dr. J. S. CURTIS, as a candidate for State Treasurer. Candidates for tLe legislature. 07 W'e are authorized to announce Dr. G. W. SMITH, of Lamar, as a candidate for the Low er Branch of the Legislature, at the ensuing e-Iection. .We are authorized to announce ATLASS J. DARGAN Esq. as a candidate for the lower branch of the State Legislature. We are authorized and requested to announce THOMAS B. COLEMAN, as a candidate to re present Marshall county in the House of Repre sentatives oi the next Legislature of Missisippi, subject to the determination of a convention of County Delegates, should such a conveniion take place. " C andidates lor District Attorney. We are authorised to announce Mr. ROBERT JOSSLYN,ofHolly Springs.as a candidate for the office of District Attorney, for the 8th Judicial Dis trict, composed of the Counties of Marshall, Lafay ette, Panola, De Soto, Tunica, and Coahoma. E lection to take place 1st Monday, in November next. We are authorized to announce AUGUSTUS PEARCE, Esq., a a candidate for District At torney for the 8th Judicial District. Candidates for Clerk ot the Circuit Court. We are authorised to announce A. T. CARUTH EF. the present incumbent, as a candidate for re election at the November election, for the office of Circuit Clerk, for the County of Marshall. Candidates for Clerk of the Probate Court. We are authorised to announce GORDENTIA WAITE, (the present incumbent,) as a candidate for re-election to the office of Clerk of the Probate Court of Marshall County. Election to take place in November next. i Candidate for Sberia: We are authorized to announce Mr. W YATT EPPS, as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Marshall CountyElection to take place in No- rembcr next. We are authorized to announce WASHING TON G. L. MORRIS, as a candidate for the SherifFaliy of Marshall County Election to take place in November next. SAMUEL H. T HUM AS presents himself be fore the citizens of Marshall county as a candi date to fill tho office of Sheriff at the next No- vember election. " We are authorized toannounce Col. iiAN NIBAL HARRIS, as a candidate for the Sheriffalty of Marshall County. AVe are authorized to onnounce Joi. JAMbS M. STRONG, as a candidate for Sheriff of Mar shall county. -Election in November next. We are authorised to announce ALFRED SIMPSON, as a candidate for the office of Sheriffof Marshall County. Election to take place in No ember next. We are authorized to announce R. G. KYLE' as a candidate for Tax Collector of Marshall County Election to take place in November next. We are authorized to annnounce ROBERT J. HOLBROOK, a a candidate for Tax Collec tor of Marshall Coanty Election in November next. We are authorized to announce PETE K. B. JUNEb, as a candidate for Tax Collector of Marshall County Election to take place in No- Yemoer next. JOINT AFPOINTHEtfTe, TlLMAN M. TCCKEK, & D. O. SnATTIJCK, inquires will address the people of Mississip pi, at the places and time following, tn wi7 - B, ... julton, Itawamba, Jacinto, Tisharuingo, ' Troy; do. Ripley, Tippah, Salem, do. Hudsontille, .Marshal, Holly Springs, do Mount Pleasant, do 11 ernando, Desoto , Chulahoma, Marshall, Wvatl, Lafavette, Oxford, do Belmont, Panola, Panola, do Charleston, Talehatchy, Oakland, Yalabuiha, Cofieevil!, do Grenada, do Carrollion, Carroll, Middleton, do Shongolo. tin Greeusborouj;h t'W'iw, ednesdaj. uciioiiwic, u.i 1 nnrsUay Houston, Chickasaw, Saturday, Monday Wednesday Thursday ' Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday," Saturday, Monday, Tuesday; Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Monday, 1 UttrtiT. 12ih July Uth do 15th do 17th do 19th do 20th do Slst do 22d do 24th do S6th do firth, do SSth do 30th do Slst do 2d August, 3rd do 4th do 5th do 7th do 9th , do 10th do Uth da 12th do 14th do w Bargnn & Walter ATTORNEYS IT LAW. ILL practice in the 8th Judicial District the counties of TinnnK r... .. w uiinuji-jru.tnB nigft Uourt of Errors nJ Appals at Jack?on, and the Federal court t Pontotoc Office at Holly Springs, Mississippi. Job Printing NEATLY EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE. A NEW DOLLAR PUBLICATION BY THE CONDUCTORS OF BROTHER JONATHAN. JONATHAN'S MISCELLANY: Issued wee kly by Wilson & Co. 1 62 Nassau street, New York. The first number tcill be issued on the Tues day previous to the Ath of July. The publisher of the Brother Jonathan, encour aged by the abundant and unprecedented success wh'.ch lias crowned their recent efforts in the pub lication c.ftnf "IVH&r Ma crazinf? " have decided j upon the publication of a Weekly sheet, expressly I for the country, in a convenient form for preser- vation. under the title of "Jonathan's Miscellany. The Miscellanv will be issued every 1 uesday morninir. in suitable form for bindin!?. and will O' -3- - . , contain pi rrht la rtrp nimrtn naorpa. nrinted Willi a beautiful and clear tvoe: on a sheet of twenty-eig! by thirty-eight inches. Its columns will be made np principally of such matter as appears in the Brother Jonathsn in a fit form to bind, the oppor- tuni y is now afforded to do so by subscribing to the two publications, Jonathan's Miscellany, and the Dollar Magazine. " - . Serial Works. The plan of the Dollar Maga xine excludes the serial works which are publish ed in the Brother Jonathan. The Miscellany will contain such new works from the Tpen 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, always befound in the Miscellany, which has not been previously published in the Brother Jonathan or any other periodical in this country. Jonathan's Miscellany will also embrace the craam 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 circumstance 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. 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, tho Miscellany will be identical with the Brother Jonathan; and unexampled popu larity of that sheet indices the publishers to think that nothing farther is necessary than to state the TERMS. The first number of Jonathan's Miscellany will be issued on Tuesday, June 20lh, and forwarded to subscribers by Mail at the following cheap rates: fr7" For a Single Copy, one year. One Dollar & Fifty Cents. fr FIVE COF1ES, one year, for FIVE DOL LARS, in money current in the State of New York or in Boston. Qfj- For the Dollar Magazine, (monthly,) and Jonathan's Miscellany, (weekly,) one year, to one address-, TWO DOLLARS. Letters uiust always come to us free of pastage otherwise they are never taken from the Post Office Postmasters are authorised by law to frank letters containing subscription money, and will generally do so if applied to. 07- Orders must in all cases be accompanied by the cash. Single copies will always be on sale at all the News offices in the United States, at six cents. Letters should be addressed to WILSON & COMPANY, Publishers. 103 Nassau Street, New York. Office of Brother Jonathan,) -New York, June 4th, 1841: Executors sale, 1 Y, order of the Probate- tonn oi . County, Mi. I will oCer lorsaie w u"" , est bidder, on Thursday.; the zytn uy o next, on a credit of .twelve montns, me n J5 r T)ma A I T TV. LllR IUilUWliJl' vi rimif injur 11 x auvn y - B Notice AT a Probate Court held for the County of Mar shall, and State of Mississippi, on the 23th day of Jane, 1841, Letters of Administration on the C3 tate of Wm. Craft, dec d., late of said county, were duly eranted by said court to the undersign ed. All persons having claims against the estate of said dee'd- are required to exhibit the same to the undersigned within the time limited by-, law. or otherwise thev will be barred. Those indebted . - i . t to said estate are requested to mane prompt pay ment. MARIA A. CRAFT. Administratrix Holly Springs, July, 1st 1841. TTN pursuance of authority vested in me -by virtue of a decree of Honourable Superior Court of Chancerv ot the ibtate ot Mississippi. held at Oxford, on ' he 21st day of April, 1841, I will, on the 2d day of August next, offer for sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court ilouse door, in the town of Holly Springs, the south-west quarter and north-east quarter of soction numbered twenty-eignt, oi lownsnip iour, oi range lour west oi the Dasis meriaian, lying ana oeing in Marshall county, and State of Mississippi, and be- in tho land conveyed oy one lamer ichois, in trust to Wm. Dye by deed of date the 19th day o August, 1839, and recorded in the-office of he Probate Clerk of the county; the title is good, yet. only Buch as was vested in Dye will be conveyed to pnrchasers. JAS. W. BRISCOE. Trustee. July. 5th 1841. - STATE OF MISSISSIPPI.- Monroe County CIRCUIT COURT Aprii. Term, 1841. Alex. M. Mayo, 1 vs. Atcb. for $928 40. John II. Lawson, ) Amount S929 40. Ordered by the Court, that publication be made tor six successive weeks, in the bouthern Ranner, a JNews raper printed at Holly Springs, 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, aud the property so attached wil bo sold to satisfy the Plaintiff's demand. Aberdeen, June, 22d, 1841. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI Monroe County, I, S. H. Buckingham. Clerk of the Circuit Court of said County, dn hereby certify that the forego mg is a true copy of the order, as entered on the minutes of said Court on the 29th day of April Given un!er my hand and the seal of said Coumy at my oifice. S. H.;BUCK1NGHAM, Clerk. . By Willo J. Williams, D. C. eSd&D buks i,r. champions celebrated Vegetable Ague Pills, a certain cure for the Fever and Ague, just received and for sale at L. CAGE dc CD'S Drug store. . Uoily Springs, . june 25 A NEV VOLUME, IN SPLENDID SI iLK. JULY. 1841. GRAHAM'S LADIES AND GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE. The Great increase in the subscription list Of scribed lands, belonging to the estate of Thomas ; this highly popular Magazine (the edition having McGee late of Lowndes uoumy, ueceascu, more uiau uuumcu m jcss iuu ia the N.E. 1-4 of section 12, the S. W. 1-4 of sec. J the proprietor, to commence a new volume, with acl i- T-,.t j,: o of Riinrf 6 west, the S. "W. 1-4 : the Jalv number. It will be issued in the most r k -j.u--m w i-ant sec. ia lownsiuu attractive sivie. wiin me nrsi or a new scries, ui OlSCC. W, aiiumc - Vrnti rinintM T r-vr-n VTV.lt! lOof Rancre5 west. Also. on Monaay, mc , nion uaiwul, r.imnAnuo, day of August, at the Court House door, in the got up in a manner, that shall surpass any used. Town of RiDlev TiDpah, the following described in any other American Magazine. In addition to lands : the north-halt or section in iuwdsuip " me laci, iuai we vwyivy mr wiieut ui mc cijr .rp.n'M ii the N ' W. 1-4. of sec. 24 Township American artists, in theencrravinff of the plates for a e t?.- n,et: thft S. E. l-4 of sec 3, o. : this work, it must be remembered, that most ot j v4 uiauii vu-ji.? - ,t - W. 1-4 sec. 4, and S. E. 1-4 ofsec.o Townsmp : tho subjects selected, are 4 of Range 4 cast. Good security will be req iir-1' Original American Pictures, T'lOLONGE Water, Florida water, Macasor Oi!, Bears Oil, Toilet soap, Shaving soap, Tooth Brushes, Pink lancers. Snuff boxes, Sil ver thimbles. Tooth powder, Indellible ink, just received and for sale at L, CAGE & CCS Drug store. ed of the purchaser. MlUAJruti ittcorivc, .xecutur. June 10th, 1841. ' jnne 18 4t Trust ale. NOTICE is herebv given that on Monday the 15th dav of.Maich 1841 the undersigned will by virtue of a deed of trust executed to him by Wililam Kerr for the benefit of Henry Anderson, proceed to ell at the ixun nouse ... .- r, H U-ll in the lown of Uouj prngs. w mai&uan county, Miss, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, the fo lowing tract oi ianu, 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 of Marshall county, and is dated 6th day of July, 1839. , Trustee. Dec. 11-33 Ids. THE SALE IS POSTPONED. Notice. PERSUANT to a decree of the Honorable the Superior Court of Chancery of the State of Mississippi, held at Oxford on the 22d day of April, 1841, 1 will oner for sale on Monday, the 2nd day of August, 1841, at the Court House door in the towa of Jacinto, Tishemingo County, at public auction, to the highest bidder, on a credit of six months, the purchaser or purcha sers giving bond with good and sufficient securi- ty, all the right, title ana inieresi wnicn jonn G. Harman has in and to Hhe south-east and south-west quarters of Section fourteen, Town three. Kange seven east of the Basis Meridian of the Chickasaw Session, in the Coun ty ofTishemingo and State of Mississippi, de creed to be sold to satisfy a hen on said land for the purchase money thereof, in favor of Anderson & Orne. NATHANIEL PRICE, Commissioner. Holly Springs, June 4, 1841. 9t. I CAtiL &. CO have just received a few dozen JLi of Emeison's celebrated Razor Staps, pur chased of the manufacturer and warranted genuine, and undoubtedly the best article ever used for sharpening a Razor. Call quick or they are gone. Holly Springs, July lb. which have never been before engraved, and are consequently, the newest that can be brought be- : fore the public. HIGHLY COLORED r ASHJOIN. It must be remembered, that the Fashion plates of this Magazine, are the best in colorin? 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 upon as the Drevailin? fashions of the United S. ates, for the month in which they are issued. We pay more for coloring than any other publication, aud always have the best. THE CONTRIBUTORS. In addition, to the unusual fine array of original contributors, which the Magazine has thus far boasted, arrangements have been made with a number more, ot the best writers of the day, so that spice and variety may be looked for in the literary department of the new volume. - - Sports and Pastimes. ' This interesting feature of the Magazine shall still be preserved as important to young sportsmen and in fact to all, young or old, who delight in the sports of th9 rod and gun. Articles in this depart ment shall be from acknowledged pens, and of the very best authority. NEW TYPE AND PAPER. The volume will be opened with a new and beau tiful type, cast expressly for the work, the raech anical execution shall be of surpassing neatness, and the printing shall be done upon the finest white peper. NEW AND POPULAR MUSIC. I he chocest pieces ot 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 month. In this way subscribers in re mote cojntry. can always have tho latest music at low rates, almost as soon as it is published. Terms Cash. The terms are $3 for a single subscription, and m no case will the price be abated, or two copies for $5 free of postage and discount, always in advance. No subscriber4received in any case with out the monet. This rule is imperious and will not be departed from. Address po3t-paid, GEORGE R. GRAHAM. S. W. Corner Sd and Chestnut sts. Phila. NOTIC AT a special term rft, tjv and for the County ot Marshal? . sissippi, on thefoorth dav of Tn. ,of Yil Administration on the esiite of tT1' len C de'ed., late of said County, J! Jf said Court to the undersized ?57 W .6 b"U3i. me eszate of th a fc?- required to exhibit the same to .i t ijhu luu uue nmitea bv law -"nerr.r be forever barred. Those iiwWoV nm t-' are requested to make prompt p&rra'4 Admnistra.trT ti fT tJ- Holly Springs. June, 29. mi.t r"' t L, CAGE & CO-S Dra " Holly Springs, ns? 3 a c HARD TiMi3SMl55i5STivrnnri BOARD per year, l Man and lorse per dav. . 55 Good fires good room good staWes a. jUTMEGS, Ginger ,Mace, Cloves, Cin Allspice, Pepper, Cayenne. Mhhi . eratus, Yeast Powders, Inligo, Cider vLt, Madder, Turpentine, Soap, just receive, sale at L. CAGE 5c Holly Springs. C0S Dr: J f-a ft? - -J r 6 CI C c 5 " - 1 SfiGhib BOXES of the celebrated Co'dH tilVK Tonic or Specific Pills. onP hcure for Fever and Ague, just received and sale at UAbb $ CO'S Drug store, where as:; certificates of its worth may be examined. Holly Springs, juli3 j BLANK BOOKS, Pen-knifes, Quills, Slates, Letter paper, and School Books, a new assort- ment, just received and for sale at L. CAUE & CU. Holly Springs, July 10. Sarsaparilla ITIcad ayrup, A FEW bottles of this healthy and frefreshing beverage just received and for sale at L. CAGE & CO. Holly Springs, July 16. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. Marshall t'ouNTT. Eliza Garrison, V CIRCUIT COUftT. vs, V Mat Term, 1841. Mitchell Garrison. 3 In Chancery. Came the complainant, byher solicitor, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by affi davit filed, that the defendent, Mitchell Garrison, is not a resident citizen of the State of Mississip pi, but resides beyond the Circuits thereof. It is therefore ordered, by the Court, that publication be made for-two-ionlhs successively in the Southern Banner, a newspaper published in the town of Holly Springs, Miss. Unless the said Mitchell Garrison appear and plead, answer or . demur to said complainant's Bill on or before the first Mon day alter the fourth Monday in November next, the said bill will be taken lor confessed as to him and set for hearing ex partee. . ; A copy from the minutes. Test A. T. CARUTHERS, Clerk. Holly Spring. Ju'.y 16. nol5 Qw T EROYS PATENT ROACH AND BED-BUG JLi BANE, for sale at L. Cage & Co's Drug Store, Holly Springs. Price 37 1-2 cents per bottle. TREASURER'S REPORT. Holly Spbings, July 12, 1841. TO the Wonhipful Board of County Police, of Marshall County, State of Mississippi. In pursuance of the requisitions . of Laws, I beg leave to submit to you the following Report of ; the receipts and disbursements of the Public Moneys of your County, from the first day of July, 1839, to the first day of July, 1841. Received on notes due the County Town Fund, - - - - $2,492 16 Received from the " Sheriff on ac 1 count of tax fees - - 2,549 70 Received from the Circuit Clerk, 704 55 " Tax Collector, 3,255 00 .. . Banger, 069 00 Total amonnt received from all sources,1 : - - - - - - 9,970 41 The amounts disbursed, during theame time, are as follows, viz : Disbursed on account of the Town - Fund, - - - - - 02,492 16 Disbursed on account of the Poor, 490 00 on account of the Jury Tickets, - - - - - - 3,583 55 Disbursed on account of Connty Claims, - - ; - , - ; - , . 3,324 94 To which add my commission, of 5 per cent, on $9,970 40, the a raount received is ' i 9,870 65 499 52 Making- -""-' ;.' - - - . From which deduct the amount ceived, -. . -. . - re- 010,369 17 9,970 41 SS93 73 Showing a balance in my favor of- All of which is respectfully submitted, .., . ... T. J.OL1VEB, . ' Treasurer of Marshall Co inty, Mississippi, A NEW MONTHLY PERIODICAL, BY THE CONDUCTORS OF THE BROTHER JONATHAN. The heapest iUagazinc in Chrisendom. DOLLAR MAGAZINE. A Gazette of Current American and For eign Literature, Music, the Arts Fashion and Novelty. - Edited by. N. P. Willis & H. Hastings Weld. 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QZrPOST-MASTERS, (or others,) who will send us a Five Dal la r Bill free of postage, shall receive a Sixth copy gratis, and if the money so sen is current in Eew-York or Boston, a Se venth copy will be added or. Four copies for Three Dollars. The extra copies will be sent as the P. M. may direct. Letters should either be franked by the P. M." or post paid; (otherwise they are not taken from the office,) and be ad dressed to . WILSON 62 COMPANY Publisher, 162 Nassau street, New-York- FEMALE INSTITUTE AT HO jLY SPRINGS: rrpiIE next Session of the I nstitute comn?-; - on the first Monday in July, and c!wa Friday before Ihe first Monday in Decern! Rev. C. PARISH, A. M. Frinwiu j Tjcacher in the Sesiob DeputxJ Miss CATHARINE S- MAUR, Teacher in the Mmm Depaiti Miss MARTHA W.FRAZER. Teaches in the Junior Depastx Rev. C. Parish, Latin, Greek or Fra Lewis Thomson, Esq. S: Mrs. Sarah B. Thomson, Ms' TERMS as last session, viz : 10, 15 or dollars per session, according to the studies I sued Sessional fee for servant a hire, "acts. pupil. Board, including wishing, from 10 1 dollars per month, either at the Institute r private families. Terms payable ia adr: yet not exacted till ihe clone of the sess on. N. B. An invration has been ex'endfl J. F. GONEKE, Esq., !o fill the departnH Music. We wish to secure the bcstier possible in this department. C. fAR'& Holly Springs. June 25 no 12 S DANIEL WILLIAMS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCE RECEIVING. FORWARDING ASD Commission Merchant FORT PICKERING, TE IT TRER A L advances will be made onCo-i Cotton received and forwarded at 25 cj nor half. I (r There will be no charge for drajy any instance. REFER TO Col. J. C. McLemore, var PicM xuasiin tu orris, iiisq. Col. J. H. Mahon, ) H.Van Pelt, Esq. , Col. J. H. Ball, j L. H. Coe. Esq. E. T. Collins, Esq., La Grange. Memphis. Somervilk- I franklin BoBySprttgA E. H. Foster, Esq. E. H. fc A. Ewing, R. C.Fostor, Esq. John Marshalf, Esq. Lemuel Smith. ) Tnlrro TTnlinrr. I Gabriel Ragsdale, Pontotoc, Mus. Green Hill, Esq. 1 Coi. A. A. Kincannon, I Capt. C. H. Abert, B. Barry, Esq, j B. Toomer & Co. J lKr R Purlr AVlrt York. Henry Ewing, Esq.. Philaiilp J june, io4i. -ii - "mi. ' 'n T.,KTIrn!l Will ww 1 ne rayeue icj'ui"- 1 -..1 tkus months. the account to me.'at Fort Picker"1?- The Subscriber has Jut rece a opening on the South sida of the vw door from the East Corner, r5lof sortment of Spring and Summer wa lbeq were purchased a few weeks su' the Philadephia.be is desiro-is of 'm d "CASH" and will endeavor l pf Prices as to prove -Stwfct ta cf Tle Public are Respectfully m0St i u: C .A nd tie wli " i ri fwP-tronare He mT reeVfnLU Holly -SprinsrWone l&th lSil' 4 W r for !