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MISSISSIPPI. j co quaver of the Union have ihe ban-. &cls of locoloco legislation' been made !r!Uire mar.ilct th.Ui in "thi noble slate. iUtoisewai when the name o? Miss s-ippi wa ?aoI. .nntKpr tprm ofnroaneritv. Under the H-' - - i it t0 fie. Jfor. 11.11 FISCAL BANK. The bill "io incorporate the subscribers of flie Fi?cil Bmk of the United Mates", came mat 12 oY-Iwk upon its final passage. ' Th? WH having received its third reading, Mr. H nton movea m indefinite post, one- :7fc Ve "wndin- itlf .hrom.-" H ro,nP!a,ned of the reserved power to Con 2 In . evil dour, however, pe under the amAndment, and of the pre- , Z. tZ'lt, Jj "to ,n of gorern- somed ?sset of the States when the State- COr '10-;.' V v ate'; 3 V' ( LVfcinie rnmmu " i tai io me nanus . J .,r..fc.i mill me e . S;;rf .to .V..ion.l Anintn,; St ir-' ' c :a: H:' 'e a:; f'S r-U ;ini hi m: Jot if rn tks r if ve hv is', :ti. i acs ir, . - f ii I id! j!t n$ iir d hex gs. a'i Sri c w? ax is I s r e : l - i --.-j r -,i reinrmin ana n, m tner rnaui-.. o -- Uttering the currency." loan me rum- 5 nicasurcs oi ine sponri.i, mc snuc icm heartv support. Down with a National IrV" chouted tl:e reloriners, ana ine peo- .of Mwsifcippi reponaea "uown wmi The mandate went torth to supply the ce of the "monster' with state institutions, j lo, oftfdient to the recommendation, a riad of currency shops overspread the 'd The creat apostle of financial refoim .jsaid th "Ugh his mouth -pieces, that cur--cy and fiiiance vere simple subjects, as cb adapted to the comprehension of the as any other pursuit in life; and that j complexity-which had been attributed to '.t, requiring long study, much ability and t information, in order to nnnlifV nnp to - j - if.nancier, existed only in the false rep fatations of the few who shrouded it in ntfrv that they might keep the many in orange ot their power 1 he planter ior ihis p!oug!?, the merchant his desk, and mechanic his workshop, and ruhed with rhas'e to engage in the business of bank to rc.ip the goidea harvest which the iovery of this Great Reform had openetl telore them. 'Ihe-Vtate herelf a? if ins with her citizens in gathering the tfitswl.icn tins marvelous light bad laid rn to the gaze o; maokiua, launced boldly j t! e joj u'ar tide, and chartered the pie- tli.ion bank, r.ulnonzing tier luitti to be Jed to the enormous amoiitit f fifteen jions f dollars. For a time, and but for me, all went on swimmingly. The 'mon vvicU had kept ;he j enple in darkness, i dead, and the fathers of U:e fmanci.il rc laiiori luhbrd their hands in g'ee and i "Bthold how gloriously our system k-.' all ricees and honor, and power and ,i&Mi be ascrihed lo modern D. mocra- At length the bubble bursted, spreading i desolation over the land. With the ex- .-.icn a chinge came over the spirit of the o.rrurs T hey who hudd the system of i'.f Lanki.ia to the heavens, and had bv acts .' Ifpslation stimulated credit to its utmost icrss, were now the most bitter in denounc - the victims of their own folly. None ve lecn more so than the ioeofocos of Mis- j!ppt. tiavmg Jeepiv impaired ana mj'ir- B the credit of the s'ate, they would now t the fuia' sta1' to her good name by vioh g her plighted faith. The letter of Gov. Nutt in another column, if sustained bv If people, must destroy the last vestige of ."lie confidence in her integrity. e shall .;uow enter into a consideration of the le j'ii!rtv of if e state, i r pretend to deter- ue whether or not s. e could in a court of mail herself of a quibide to escape the ".J merit f her bonds. It is enough for us know that they were sold with her know- :grand consent that she received the pro ?tt3ir,d um d them. Site cannot now jui! about the terms of the sale, or repudiate acts of her authorized agents without dis- :r,or. I he time tor that has gone by and nnot be recalled. It is, at anv rate, a debt jkner, and she cannot avoid its payment i hout a less of rcputatinn. Mem. IZnq. 1 l" -. "e saia mat tne amenrime.M was a complete unconditional surrender of the charter, and if taken un under a wrUnf error, would prove a total surrender of the charte- ol the Hank. Mr. Dixon replied in a few words. He contended that the amendment involved no surrender of power, and that the Senator was mistaken. Mr. White gave his reasons in a few words f r voting for the amendment. He said he desired to act upon the authority of Con gress and the Federal Constitution alone. If the amendment of the Senator from Virgin ia had been adopted, he conceived it would have been unconstitutional. It would have been the making of a compact with the States, which was not-recogniz?d. Wr. WoodhMrp said he should vote for the postponement of the bill, because ii would be better to have a better bill, and one more matured than the present bill. The vote was then taken on Mr. Bentons motion of indefinite postponement. The yeas and na)'s were ordered, and the result was as follows: veas 21, nays 28. The question recurred nnon the final pas- sage of tho bill, and the yeas and navs were ordered upon the motion of Mr. Walker, whfn Mr. Henderson said he did not wish to make a speech, but a nor. fusion'. He had absented himself voluntarily from the Sennte yesterday, because he eo'ild no! reeoncile himself to ive sopnt.,1 to that amendment. Without ivin'r anv reason v.hv he sho-iM vote for the hil! ;m it ro .V -?or l. Without f irt'i r d-!iv, and between two and thrcr oV.-cf -.r- r0 , s taken upon the final pis n of r ? M:'; the following are the yeas a :d mv--: Ycas Mes r-. !?" -.v, TVi e, Bavard, Berrien, Choate, Ciny, of;K v..Dixn, Tv n?, Grnham, Henderson,! Ton i ':-., Tvrr, M t -nm Menick, Miller, Morc'.c 1, I'helr. Porter, Prentiss, Preston, Simmon. S.-nith, of la , Southare, Talhn-ieje, Wrhite and Woolbridge 16. Navs Mpsrs. Allen, Archer Benton. Buchanan, Calhoun, Clay of Ala. Fulton. King, Linn, McBohtris, -Mouton. Nicholson Pierce, Uives, Sevier, Smith, of Conn , Stur geon, Tappan, Walker. Williams, Woodbu ry. Wright and Young. 23. When the vote was announced by the President of the Senate, "Ayes 26, noes 23," the galleries gave expression to the ceneral feeling of the assembly, which was very nu merous, bv loud demonstrations of an vdau e. Some of the Senators cried out "clear the galleries! The President testored order by milder means, but the chamber was in con fusion; and it was impossible to proceed to business. Mr. Merrick as Chairman of the Commit tee on the District, moved that the bill to in corporate the District Banks be takn up for consideration. An adjournment in the mean ti re was moved and carried. ed "to the quick! Sieo bv sten he v:.lt r,n to perdition, and one bv" one hi friend de- nirn- he clings to her memory. still the sueet, ;ad sor g of the faa U borne upon the dark wave of sor row. 'Some two years ago an attempt was made bv some of his friends to endeavor, if posi- u.c, iu sae mm !rom utter degradation, n!flrini him d .. I . ... . r . & "' voiuniiry period m me Baltimore jail. I called one evening to see lirn; he wa3 gay and cheerful, but happiness' was the thin upper crust of his feeling. I here was one sentence which i never can forget. It was late, and the j iilor informed me that Mr . was rather unwell; and was about retiring to rest. Yiel ling t my importunities, however, he led the way to his apartment. Peeping through the key hole, I saw him engaged in prayer; his hands I were raised in mute supplication, and tears were rolling down his manly cheek. Ien call me a drunkard! but oh, God! forgive her who has caused this wreck!". The friend and companion of Thomas Moore the man whose society was courted by the first of the land; and around whose brow fame would have thrown her richest wreath, is now the degraded inmate of a common asylum for paupers! He will go down to the tomb un honored, and th hillock growing with weeds above his head, will be pointed out to the passer-by as the Drunk ard' Graver 5 TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. 7-Atlas J. D,rgax Esq , will address the Tinp.'rince Society "of lU!y Springs, oa Mon day evening next; in the Fresbyterian Church, a1 o'clock P. M. Ladies and Gentlemen are res ectfully invited to attend. MARRIED, . n the 5th inst. Mr Joseph Johnson to M si Zilly AnnSovvel;and by the Rev. Daniel Baker, Mr John B. Love to Miss Narcissa Love; all of! meat' this countj. Not: ec. AT a Probate Court beH for th Caat j f r sNali, and State of Mississippi, tho'jtdaj of June, IS41, Letters of Ad uinis rti ,a on the c ic ui it iu. viciii uo; u. itc vi - S4ia - COUBtY. were duly granted by said court tu the undersign ed. All persous having claims aguinst the estate of said dee'd., are required tcj exhibit tha same to the undersigned within t .a time limited by law. or otherwise thev will be barred. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make prompt pay- Notice. The Cultivation of Cotton in the U. S. We have t iken much ?pains to lay before our reader.-' srne facts in relation to the first intro duction and early cultivation of our grand staple, which has increased in less than half a century, to be the most important article of commerce. Geu. Payer, a proprietor of large estates in B irbadoes, took the first cotton to Georgia, short ly alter the peace concl ding the war f the rev olution, that was successfully cultivated in the Uni cd States. The eailv official returns of the article im ported into Great Britain, are taken from the re cords of the Liverpool customhouse. It is wor thy of remark that the first cotton taken into Liverpool by an American ship, was seized by the revenue officers under the belief that it was ti e produce of the Levant. The following is an account of the early im ports of co ton into Liverpool from the United States of America. 17S5, Jan. 7 Diana from Charleston, 1 bag. Feb. 7, Terno, from New York, 1 June Grange. fronvPhiladelphia, 3 17SS, May -Thomas, " Charleston, 2 "rrf?p..nd nee of the Baltimore Pattiot. Washington, July 28. When I ciosed mv letter yesterday, the " pr.ate were discussing the compromise of- i-ed bv Mr. Clav. His proposition was to j rlke out a portion of the 16th fundamental ; i"-'e,and to insert the following: "And the said directors may also establish c jfor more competent offices of discount i"! J'd detosite in nnv territory or district of 'M 'ji United States, and in anvState, with the June Juno, I7S7, Apri! John. June Wilson, Grange, Aug. Hetideison, Dec. Jolin,. " Charleston, 4 Pr.iladei'a, 6 " N. York, 9 " Philadel'a, 9 l Charleston, 40 'V Philadel'a, 37 - 7 w it I 4 ti i 17S3, Jan., Mersey, Grange, June; John, July; Harriet, . , ul ; Grafige, 44 ii ti Charleston, Philadel'a, 119 f ba2 5 (4 N. Y OfK, 3 G2 Pniladil'a, 60 43 S 12 73 . . 2S2 The fii-it four years import 401 bales. Peel 4- Co. 4, Rathborrie 3 Newal I Polly, Charleston, 42 31 -ti tt i ( ti ti NEW ORUiANS MOXRY MARKET. Corrected weekly iiora the Picuyu .eA THhe souscriber will be absent from the State of JL Mississippi six or eight weeks, and has ap pointed and authorized Jas. L. Totten Eq., hi agn4 and Attorney, to attend to his business du ring his absence. DANL. McNEIL. Holly Springs, August 12, 1S41. 2 MARIA A. CRAFT. Adnjiaist-atrix' Holly Springs, July, 1st 13-11. LIVER COMPLAINTS, And all sickness and diseases. Dr. LIN'.S Temperance Life-Bitters and Chinese Blood-Pills. The greatest secret discoverd! PURGE purge purge has been t" e cry far the j last few years. . This has been effect nail v tried. and yet sufferers have multiplied and died and whyl Wot because nursing was not necessary. but too much has been done without the tonic to follow, and sutain the system, Pure. vou trust! The sickly humors of ihe blood must be carried off or the accumulation of them irevented. Prevent then, the growth of such humors. Why do the Chinese live to such immense ao-es. and still retain the powers of youth or middle ae? Tl .1 t .1 l 1 rr i .& ntxause iney punry ine Diooa. ino Uhinese Blood rills so called because, they work uDon and cleanse the Blood-are the standard remedy. These pills will do it; and the Temperance Bitters taken as directed, wi'l 'rngthen the system and prevent the accumulation of the base humors which infest the blood, and which only increase by pur- ges, unless me Diners are taKen alter. Buy, then, these pills and bitters. Take weekly the pill, and daily the bitters, and if you are or have been invalids for days, weeks, months, or years, you will find the sickly humors drawn off, and prevent ed from a return, and the sallow yellow hue of sickness change rapidly to the full b looming glo v of health and youthful buoyancy. . There are cases so numerons of ttiese brilliant effects, that time and space forbid an attemp to put them down. Buy and use those medicines, and use no other, and health and strength shall be vours. ote wrappe- anu direction mai come with them. FRAUDULENT COUNTERFEITS. Will be attempted. Buy no remedy of the kind uuless it have my name O. C, Lin, M. D. on the wrapper. Messrs Comstock & Co. iew lorit; are the sole wholesale agents for the United fcJTates and the neighboring countries. Doctor O. C LIN. Notice. pursuance otautnoriiy vested in me by irtueof a decree of Honourable Superior rt of Chancerv of the State of Mississippi. held at Oxford, on 'he 21st day of April, 1341. C will, on the 2d day of August next, offer far sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the Court House door, in the town of Holly Springs, the south-west quarter and norih-east quarter of soction numbced twenty-eight, of township four, of ran?e four, west of the basisjneridian. lying and being in Marshall county, and State of Mississippi, aifd be ing the land conveyed by one Turner Echols, in trust ti Win. Dye by deed of date the 19th dy of August, 1339, and recorded in the office of h frobate Clerk of the county: the title is erood, yet. only such as was veted in Dye will be conveyed to purchasers. JAS. W. BRISCOE. Trustee. July, 5th 1841. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. MoxRrts County. CIRCUIT COURT -April Tebm, 1941. Alex. M. Mayo, i vs. Alch. for $92$ 40. John H. Lawson, ) Amount $923 40. Ordered by the Court, that publication be made tor six successive weeks, in the Southern Banner, a News Paper 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 terra of this Court, and plead answer or demur, that Judgment unai wuiDe had, ana the property so attached will bo sold to satisfv the Plaintiff's demand. Aberdeen, June, 22d J31I. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI Monr e Count.-. I, S. H. Buckingham. Clerk of the Circuit Court of said County, do hereby certify that the forego ing is a true copy ot the order, as eutered on tho minutes of said Court on the 29th day of April, 1841. Given under my hand and the seal of said Coun'y at my office. S. H. BUCKINGHAM, Clerk. By Willo J. Williams, D. C. af) d Dd D l'1-5 Champions celebrated. for the Fever and Ague, just received and for sale at L. CAGli & CO'S Drus store. Holly Springs, june 25 i; 45nt ot such btate; and when established, re esaid office or office shall not be removed withdrawn by ihe said directors prior to ie expiration of the charter, without the pic-us assent of Congress: Provided, in res ,W to any State which shall not, at the first jKksnof the legislature thereof held after i;l passage of this act, bv resolution or oth- psual legislative proceeding, uncondition jfy assent or dissent to the establishment of ph office or offices within it, the assent of H said Slate thereafter shall be presumed; 1 provided, nevertheless, that when it shall lme necessary and proper for carrying V'Q execution any of the powers granted in 'Constitution, "to establish an office or of iin anv of the States whatever, and the j'ablishment whereof shall be directed by Vu shall be the duty of the said directors ; siablish such office" or offices according- . - I After Mr. Rives had concluded his remarks W? to Mr. Clav and IMr. Preston, and jrs. Walker, Calhoun and Buchanan had 5ehspoken'against the proposition, the ques as taken on the adoption of the amend lhand decided in the affirmative as fol- ' leas. 2a. navs 24. The question being then taken, the vote W engrossment as follows: - . Senate then adjourned, 'after a pro session of seven hours. MILFORD BARD. The followtniT admirable and feehns tri- bute to the name and history of the unlortu nate ' Mil ford 'Bard ," is from the Cresent City. Let the young man who clasps only the "moderate" cup, read it with attention and then cad up his own heart for examina tion. Let him ask "am 1 safe." Richmond Wfiisr'. "Xoihing extenuate nor set down aught in malice.' "We know the unfortunate subject of this article. Ten years ago he was the centre of the n ost brilliant circle in his native State now a degraded drunkard, he is thrust into the society of alms-house paupers! His sto ry is soon told. He was young, rich and geneious; possessing those strong impulses which form the fountain-head of the silver stream of poesy, his life was one continued strain of music one long vibration on the golden harp of love. "Then came the curse of bv-gone years." In the rich halls of fame there glided in noiseless beauty, a creature of heavenly brightness. The old tale! the poet adored the spirit of hi soul, and she looked on her wors ipper wih the cold, dull eve of pride. Few of is are blessed with the moral courage to survive disappointment like this, and madly we fly to the duk wa ters of Lethe, even though they drown but for a simde moment the burning thoughts which press their scorpion stings deep into the brain Far be it Com us to alvocate the cause of intemperance, but even while we depiecate. we must look with pity upon those who have beeu smitten with the plague spot of this horrid vice. B.indiy he dashes on, reckless of the future, and forgetting in bis delirium- the green old days passed in the Morions sunshme ot youth. He was the i ihe .broken-hearted man the dying notes of his once rich song fi vfed upon the ear like the sighs of -a wounded pir,t'at. ine gate ol heaven. The osjeci of . hw early love mar ried. With a g'az d eye a :d laded hope he sees the last plank torn from his grasp, and hears' the livid. waters of death gurgling in his ear. Then comes madness, and the poet k cnlendor of a lurid hell, ine revets u -r" , , . dream is over, he has passed through the-al- Km h i. s-athed scatn- ! trpt lire iiiw uam "-- Specie, Exchange on England, do Paris, do N. York and Boston at wght. do 60 days, do Philadelphia, at sight do do GO days, Untied States Treasury notes, American Gold, Sovereigns, Mexican, 4 TT.NCURRENT MONEY. United States Bank notes, Planters' Bank p st notes, iatbhez, Agricultural post notes, Port Gibson post notes, Rodney post notes, Manchester post notes, Clinton and Port Hudson, Grand Gulf, Alabama Statce Bank and brances, Georgia, N Virginia and South Carolina, Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio, lllinos, 4 4 Tennessee Banks, ' 4 Arkansas, 4 Lake Washington. " 0 , 85 i rem 3Jja4$ 11a 12 5f,5a7 a5 Sa3 2a2i par ai 4h5 fa7i I0a20 16a37 discount. 15a 18 20a25 18a22 15a20 12al5 5 40a45 35a 40 6aG 10al5 par a3 la2 3a 4 J 5at 33a37 50a55 rNccRR nt monet. worth Der dollar. Miss ssippi Union Bank Port notes, 37a40 Mississippi Rail Road, Natehez, 12 mos. 25;i28 Bink of Vickshurg, Vicksburg, 20a25 Vicksburg Water Works, 15a20 Citizens Bank of M .dison County, 12al5 Keai Lstate Bank ol Minds County, 15i20 Bank of Lexington, Holmes County, 20a25 Texa Treasury notes, 15al7 Texas Uonds, !Sa2U "SERSUANT o a decree of the Honorable the Superior Court of Chancery of the State of Mississippi, held at Oxford oa ,the 22d day rf April. 1341, I will offer 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 n credit of six months, the purchaser or purcha sers giving bond with good and sutlicient sccun tw, all the right, title and interest which John G. Harman has in and to the south ar)(i toith-west quarters of section fourteen, Towa '.hlee. Hango seven east of the Basis Meridian of the Chickasaw Session, in the Coun ty of Tishomingo and State of Mississippi, de creed to be sold to satisfy a lien on siid land for the purchase money thereof, in favor of Anderson & Orne. NATHANIEL PRICE, - " Commissioner. Holly Springs, June 4, 1841. 9t B1 I'liUFUiUfES, Ac. lOLONGE. Water, Florida water, Macasor Oil, Bears Oil, Toilet soap, Shaving soap. Tooth Brushes, Pink saucers, Snuff bbxe, Sil ver thimbles. Tooth powder, Indelliblejink just received and for sale at L. CAGE & CP'S Drug store. Executors sale. Y order of the Probate Court of Lowndes County, Mi.. I will offer for sale ta the bieh. est bidder, on Thursday, the 29th day of July next, on a credit of twelve months, at the Court, Bouse door in Panola County, the following de scribed lands, belonging to the estate ot Thomas McGee, late of Lowndes County, deceased, viz: the N. E. 1-4 of section 12, the S. r. 1-4 of sec. 46 in Township 9 of Range 0 weal, the 3 ;v 1-i ?!"wu5, andthe "' 1-4 of eec18 Township 10 2l "inge5 west. Also, on Monday, the 2nd day of August, at the Court Rouse door, in the Town of Ripley Tippah, the following described lands: the north half of section 33 in Township 5 or uange i., ine vv. i-i, or sec. iownslup 0 of R range 2 east, the S. E. 1-4 of sec 3, S. W. 1-4 sec. 4, and S. E. 1-4 of sec. 26 Township 4 of Range 4 east. Good security will be req tir ed of the purchaser. MICAJEII McGEE, Executor. tl A KD llMtiS MiSSI6Sll'Pl MOUSE. BOARD per year, $150 00 iUan and terse per day, 1 75 good fires good room good stables, &.c. Memphis Januay, 1841. JOHN RAMSEY. Sarsaparilla Mead yrup, 4 FEW bottles of this healthy and frefreshing XJL beverage just received and for sale at L. CAGE & CO. Holly Springs, July 16. June I0th,1841. june 18 4t MEMPHIS V1AKKKT. Cotton, - - - BagijC,ptT yd. Kt. Bate R pe, ifr lb. Ky. Ci tt;e, y'p.Tin, - -d . 'laUow, - Cuin.-e, HaTana, Green and Rio, do. Java, - ' - -Ba iter, f rtrh, per lb. ecarce. Ferk b, - - Gosliea, -Flonr, - - -Corn meat, . ... - . " ' orn, - -Gun-Powder, per keg, Hay, - - - ' - Iron, Har, per lb. ' Catlings, per lb. - - ' -Lead, - .-. Molasses, -" - - Pork, per U. - - -Bacon, hog round, per rond, Salt, per sack, - 9 27. to 55 14 10 S3 4 37 t 00 37 8 00 10 00 6i 75 6 l 4 5 8 10 33 5o 10 00 12 00 5 7 9 00 2 45 23 60 ,20 16J 2i 25 12 37 4 75 62 40 THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. Marshall 'Bounty. Eliz Harrison. i CIRCUIT COURT. , vs . - May Term, 1841. Mitchell Garrison. S In Chancery Came the complainant, by jher solicitor, audit anDearinf to the satisfaction of the Court, by affi- & . - i . t - i it ; . davit filed, that tne aeieuaeoi, luucufln uarnwu, 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 ma.lc fur two months successively in the Southern Banner, a newspaper published in the town of Holly Springs, JUtss. unless tne saia mucnen Garrison appear and plead, answer or demur to aid complainant s tun on or ueiure uni iuuu dav atter the fourth Monday in November next.the said bill will be taken for conf-sieJ as to him and set for hearing ex partee. A copy from the ndnute. Test P A. T. CARUTHERS, Clerk. iru s,;n. Jn v 16. nol5 8w EROYS PATENT ROACH AND BED-BUG A BANE, for sale at L. Cage &. Co's Drug Store, Holly Springs. Price 37 1-2 cents per bottle. ' sr m NOTICK THE undersigned, administrator of the estate of Freeman J. Matthews, dee'd, in obedience trt.n order of tne Honorable Probate Court of Marshall county. State of Mississippi, passed at the June Term of said Court, 1841, will otTer for sale in the town of Hudsonville, in ssid connty. on the lSth day of September 141. at public vendue to th highest bidder on a credit of twelve months, all the right, title and interest which the said Freeman J. Matthews in his lifetime hatl.or which his heirs since his death have in and to the follosr in land and tenements, lo wit: Lot No. 1 and part of Lot No. 40 in tho town of Hud tuille Ifbresiid 4 Bond ''with satisfactory security will be required of the purchaser or purchasers. Sale to commence ac 12 o'clock of said day. CHARLES E. MATTHEWS, AdrnV, July, 1941. tds, ; V Trust ale. NOTICE is hereby given that on Monday the 15th day of March 1841 the undersigned will by virtue of a deed of trust executed to him Ly Wililam Kerr for the benefit of Henry Anderson, proceed losell at tho Court House in the Town of Holly Springs, in Marshal, 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 tho 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 Mai shall county, and 13 dated Gth day of July,, 1839. EDWARD ORNE. , , . Trustee. Dec. 11-38 tds. THE SALE IS POSTPONED. iNOTlCE. ATa special term of the Probate Co'ir., held in and for the Cuunty ot Marshall, the State of Mis sissippi, on the fourth day of June, 1811, letters of Administration on the estate of Thomas Jones, decd., lata of said County, was duly granted by said Court to the undersigneJ. All person hav ing claims against tha estate of the deceased are required to exhibit the same to. the undersigned within the tine limited by law, or the same will be forever barred. Those indebted to said .-state are requested to make prompt payment. JAMES Al. HENDERSON. Administrator of ' Thos. Jones, t&cV. Holly Springs, June, 28, 18 41. 13 6 v pr$ XECUTOE'S NOTICK Noticeis hereby given, that on tho 23d dv of N yvernber. 1841. th? Probate court of Marshall county. Stat-j of Mississippi, crntel letters testimi-ntery to the undersigned as execo'or .f thoKsi wili and testa ment of James D. ilarr, dtc'u. and he wia then by sa'd. court duly qualified as such executor. 411 persons having claims again-t the estae if said James D. Marr, are h-'rtby required to exhibit the ame to UtO endersiued tvithin tLa time limitd br law, or thearni will be barretl.. Aug. 6. I341-l8-6r. LCAGE St TO havi jnstrecpjyt,,! a fw rt2f.n of Emeim celebrated Raz k Stu nm , chased of the mannftctnrer and warrnd 7enni. and undoubtedly the bet article er-ef nsed f- hiroeninga Razor. Call or tW ar ron HolIj5?nrgs.Jnly l5 .. .