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i. after I.- done. Ge... ?ra " Lp'l I vM.ov.rhenr.l ;J rno.e able effort; i1 Av, i ! ink 'oewrv man ih,l not e Vrow.M .Link, o ' d ti,etate ttcrniir.ed to In-conii-? 1 ueI , . i ff,r the iVnK 1 he ncxl '."e'lv 'h "f ,'hf le?islat'J- , - r.fr, vi.h wjuTi-ouIcI have sen the Cof - he reminded me of a sore bricked horse under the saddle; he screwed and twisted and would nearly lie down; but in vain, the ?add!e wa3 on and he had to bear it. 1 think if tl eCen. do not gel off the LoL soon, he will have to ride another horse, or rest the Co!., for he cannot stand it much longer. In conclusion, the bond payers feel proud of their candidates, and feel confident that their caue is just, and that th- great seal of Mississippi will never be broken. v e have lost nothing in this question; but gained some of the other side. We have nothing to fear; tell our Iriends up about the "cresent city," he of good cheer, and remember the ever glorious 1340. A BYSTANDER. To the Voters or the 8 th Judicial District. Frr.L-j w -CiTir.:;?: I j v :lu: din clion of the Governor of this State, an election will bo i.eki on the 1st Monday and dav following, in next Month, for a Jude of this District. In the opinion of the present incurn! ent of the oli'scp, the approaching election is uncon stitutional and void, and he deems that he is entitled to hold the office, until Xo vernier 1 S 14: I n 'he opinion of Col. Howrv, (his f HMu-nf,) the election is a legal on-, raid wii! give the person elected a rLrht to t,.e 6i t. For the opinions of both of these gen tlemen, 1 entertain biuceie re?pect, but I h;tvc' i.oi the power to decide between th-m. That province belongs to the Supreme Judicial tii hiifirti of the Slate, upon a question properlv .made. In tins stale cf things, it will be for on to select from the candidates, who may he leloie you, the person whom you prefer lor the office, in the event it should ho decided by the Supreme Court, that the term of the present incuinbeut, lasts no longer th.ni Ko" vemUr ncxl. 1 have heretofore been solici ted by a number of gentlemen to become a Candidate for the office; latterly 1 have been called on by a large portion of the Bar of Holly Springs and many citizens of Marshall county, in such a way tnal 1 have concluded to do so. My name is respect fully .ubmitted to you as one of the number f'oni which .n selection is to be made. Should you think proper to confer the office upon me, mid should your devision bo ratified by the Su preme Court, when the question shall come before it, I shall be grateful for the distinction, and as the only suitable return in my power,' I will discharge its duties promptly and faith fully, to the best of my ability. 1 have lesided in this district for nearly four years past. In that time I have had a largo intercourse with my ft liow-citizen, and have thus become known to many of vou. This mnv tn some meagre overcome the disadvr.ntsae under w hich I labor from v. the late peiiod at which I have been brought out. The short time between this and the election and some degree of delicacy oj health make it impossible for me to see ma ny of yoi ; I mnt therefore remain content with informing you by this circular that 1 rim a Candidate, and h ave the result to your dispasMonate consideration. To such of you, Fellow-Citizens, as may honor me with your support, 1 shall always leel erateful; whilst those, who lrom anv cause may think proper to withhold it, I trust ui!l at all times he willing to extend to me the right hand f fellowship. Very respectfully, youis, ALEX. M. CLAYTON. From the Memphis Enquirer. MARSHALL COUNTY ELECTION. Below we give the address of the whig candidates to the voters of Marshall county. His a frank and manly exposition of their views upon the various topics if state and national policy which now ngitateand divide the feople of M;ssissippi, and will, we doubt not, receive the candid and respectful con sideration to which it is entitled. . The gentlemen whose names art attached to it, were some time since selected hy a con e:.lion of whig delegates appointed at pii rnny meetings of the citizens in the several t-'ivifdistricts. They are "good men ami true" steadfast whigs in politics, and gen tlemen of sterling worth in private life. With one of them Gen. A. B. Bradeord we have enjoyed a long and intimate acquam lance: and we trust we may, without the ap pearance of making any invidious distinction hero all are so worthy of confidence, take J his occasion to bear our testimony to his abilities as a politician and his virtues as a citizen. -An intercourse with Gen. Bradford in hoth these cauacitie?. for several years. enable3 us to sneak with some degree of con fidence. In the memorable struggle which preceded the presidential election oi '36, Gen. D . e i t ... . nf war a prominent inena ana supponei Judge Whit.'; and although hbent at the time the vote was cast, (being in ;he sr-rvice of his country as Colonel Commandant of the first regiment Tennessee Volunteers, then m 1 londa,) contributed in no small decree to the success of the movement which gave the eleelora1 vote of thi-s State to that lamen ted patriot, in spite of the overwhelming pop ularity of the then Chief Magistrate of the Nation. On his return home, he was chosen a member of ihe State Senate, the duties of whict station he discharged with much credit to himself anitho satisfaction .of his constitu ents. His removal to Mississippi was regretted no less by his political associates than hy his private friends. Asa politician he is strait for ward, manly and sincere. Ardently attached to the principles of the whig party, he seeks to maintain their supremacy by no means an hon orable man may not use without a blush, as a representative of the people, be is scrupulously faithful in the discharge of the duties of his trust. In private life no man possesses higher quali ties to command regard and confidence, or win the friendship of those who know him well. That the whig majority in Marshall will return him and his associates to the legislature, we cannot doubt. NOTICE. WM. ARTHUR, candidate for the House of Representatives, will address the perp!e at Bctlkk s Mill, on rnday the 22d Octobe . OCT The candidates for t lie Legislature will address the citizens of Marshall county at the court louse in I lolly Springs on Monday the ISth in-?. ' Mriif.d In this place, on Wednesday t e KVh wist., Mr. J. F. Jo in;) ; :o Miss Mar 11. Ccrtis. i.U of this place. DIM!) In Mobile on the i3d of Septem ber, Major iln.NRV Ward, formerly of Ra-h-ig::, ?. C. a member of the typographical f niterniiy, aed about forty years. Triit Sale. I shall proceed to sell the following property atllie court h'ue dooHu the town of Holly Spiings, on the SOlh day of April, 1842, hy virtue of a deed of Irusi exeeuted to me hy I. D. Henderson mid M. K. his wife, for certain jhiDI'S tri -rein expi-es.'d. t wit: Ont lot No. 300, as lepresenteil in the plan of said towu of Holly Springs, coi:taiiiing f.mr acres, it being the late residence of said I lenders .n; the south w est quarter of section 31, township 4, range 3 west. 4i0 acres off the west end of section 7, township 4 run;;': 2 west, set-lion 26, township 4, '2 west: north half sec' ion 17, township 5, range 3 west; north east quarter rf section 12, township 5, rane 2 west; south east quarter of section 3 ) township 4. range 1 w est; south w est quarter of section 29, township 5, range 1 west; south west quarter of section 2S, town.ship 5, range 1 west; north half of section 3G, township 5. range,l west; south east quarter of section 56, township 5, ranire 1 west; north east quarter of section 15, township fi, range 1 west; all the ahoveland except the four hundred and forty acres, and south west quarter of section 31, and subject to a mortgage to the Her nando Hail Itoad and Banking Company, bale at usual hours for cash aciieg as trustee; I shall convey such ti'les only as vest in me by sid deed of trust w hit h is of record in the probate court clerk's office, in Marshall county, book G. pagei 585,5S6,5S7, and SSS. JOHN L. CIIISM, Oci. 12, 1341. Cm. Truster. (jr Some important errors having occurred in the following advertisement last week, we re puLhdi it corrected. TO THE VUIUAV. frr" I have een in the nolly Sorins Gazette, that Ihe Holly Spring Lodge No. 35, have pu- iivheu me to the tvorld for unmasonic conduct, l deem it necessary to make known the facts which caused my expulsion from the Lodge. Nrne time since, I preferred charges against E- n. Whitfield, a member; the lodffe acted on the case, and he was acquitted; at the same time, he preferred charges aoaint me, it became necessary, as is usual in sui h eases, for the accused to retire in order for the lodge to act upon the case, and contrary to a settled piinciple. I was not invited back. 1 was acquitted of the charges, but understood the lodge closed in confusion, and the master of the lodge npplied for a "demit." Several of the Members, together with myself, came to the solemn deter mination never to enter the lode again upon re ctivitig such treatment as I have from the said lodge, I fee! it a duty, without wishing to dispar age the ancient order of Fre.. and Accepted Ma soniy, to caution all honorable men from having anv thing whatever to do with it. JOEL M. SLEDGE, nolly Springs, Oct. 5 IS 11. rl Y virtue of a deed of trust executed hy John F. Ford, o secure the payment of a certain sum of money therein mentioned, I will expose at Hernando, on the 4th day of -April next, a Printing Press and all the materials there unto belonging, at public sale to the highest bidder for cash. Acting as trustee, I shall convey such tilleas is vested in me by said deed. JOHN 1. .MUStLtY. Oct. 1. 184U-26-6m. Trustee. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. Marshall iVuntt. FJzira Garrison, ) CIRCUIT C0UHT. vs, V vAV Term, 1341 Mitchell Garrison. 3 In Chancerv. Came the complainant, by 'her solicitor, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, by affi davit filed, that the defeudent, Mitchell Garrison, is not a resident citizen of the State of Mississip pi, bin resides beyond the limits thereof. It is ther-'fire ordered, by the Court, that publication !e made fur two months suecetvel v ia the Southern Banner, a newspaper puMis'iei in the town of Hollv Springs, Miss. Unless the aid Mitchell Garrison appear and piea:, answer or demur to said complainant s but oa or beture the arst Mon day alter the fourth Monday in November next.th'? snid bill will be taken tor confessed as to him and -,et for hearing ex parte. A copy from the minutes. 'Jest A. T.CARUT1IERS, Clerk. IIollv Siirinsr. July 10. no!5 Sw ' . MARSHALL'S SALE. Baker, Johnson &, Co- l ts. Returnable to No IL F. Samuel, j vember Term 1S11 n H!ed-oe. securitv. B v virtue of the above recited writ, ilirectea - . - . . . ., from the Honorable Circuit Court of the United States, fur the Southern Uistric. ot Missis sippi, I will sell at the Court House of Marshal County, on Monday tho 13th day of September 1341, all the right title and interest that II. F. Samuel has in and to lh" West halt' of section 11, Township 6; Range 1, We-t. Levied on to satis fv the above named execution, and all costs. ' A. K. McCLUNG, Marshall Northern Dist Mi. By Jno. P. Carutiiers Dep. m HolW Springs, August 2020. STATC OF MISSISSIPPI. Monroe County. : ClRCClT COURT Aran. Tj km. lb 11. Alex M. Msyo, ) v.. vs. V A tch. for 92? 40. John II. Lawson, ) Amount .;92S 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 term of thi Court, nnd plead answer or demur, that Judgment unai wuioe nau,ana me property so auacneu win, sold to satisfy the Plaintiff's demand. Aberdeen, June, 2-Jd, JS4I. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI Monr-je County-. I, S. II. Buckingham. Clerk of the Circuit Court, of said County, do hereby certify that the forego- ,ng is a true copy of the order, as entered oa the rmnutes of said Court on the 29th day of April, j 13U- . , ... . ,ua M., r ! vjriven unuer my iiaiiu u.hu.hg j said County at mv Oce. S. H. BUCKINGHAM, Clerk. By WlLI.O J. WrILLTAMS. D. C J U'l'lCE. All persons in any manner interest, L 1 ed in the lands, tenements and hereditaments of John B. More, dee'd, will take notice that I ."hall apply to the Probate court of Marshall coun ty, un the first day of the October term, 1341, of said court, for an order to sell the following tracts and parcels of lands, of which said MooYe died seized: to wit: Section 29, section 32, and the south half of section ll, except two acres sold to a. n. Mayer, in t-nvn.-hip 4, rango 2, of the Chick asaw cession, west of basis maredian, and then and there show cause, if they have any, why said lands shall not be sold in order to a division. L. It. GUY, Ex'r. of August G-lS-Gt. J. B. Moore, dee'd. NOTICE. flHE undersigned, administrator of the estate X of Freeman J. Matthews, dee'd, in obedience to an ord.r of tne Honorable Probate Court of Marshall county, State of .Mississippi, passed at the June Term of said Court, 1811, will oiler for sale in the town of Hudsonville, in said county, on the lth day of September lr-41, at public vendue to the highest bidder on a creJit of twelve months, all the right, title and interest which the said Freeman J. Matthews in his lifetime liad.or which his heirs since his death have in and to the follow ing lands and tenements, to wit: Lot No. "il and part of Lot No. 40 in the town ot Hudsc nville foresaid ond with satisfactory security will be required of the purchaser or purchasers. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock of said day. CHARLES E. MATTHEWS, Adm'r. July, tds. HOLLY SPRI NGS JUUKtir CLUB HACKS. Fall McLtiug, 1811, will commence on the 4th Monday in October next, FIRST DAY, MONDAY, A Sweepstake for two year olds, one inile out. S 150 Entrance, $50 forfeit ; tor.ameand close hy the first day of October. SIX'OXI) DAY, TUESDAY, A Sweepstake for two year olds, mi'e heats, $"00 Entrance. $100 foileit; to name and el jse as above. SAMK DAY Sweepstake for three year olds, two mile heats, $200 Entrance, 50 forfeit; to' name and close as above. THIRD DAY, WEDNESDAY, A Sweepstake (or three year olds, mile heats, $150 entrance, 830 forfeit; to name and close as above. In each and every stake three or more entries necessary to make a race. SAME DAY Jockey-club Parse, two mile heats. FOURTH DAY, THURSDAY, Jockey Club Piirse, three mile heas. FIFTH LiAY, FRIDAY, Jockey Club Purse, "four mile heats. SIXTH DAY, SATURDAY, Proprietor's Purse, best three in fivo mile, heats- As we have had no Meeting of the Jockey Club Members, during the present summer, the amount for the several Purses cannot be cer tainly stated but will all he highly respectable, and hung up on each day at the stand in good funds. L. COCKE, Proprietor. Holly Springs July 25th 1841 . lG-tdr. PUBLIC NOTICE. T the Jalv term of theProbate court of Marshall countv. State of Mississippi, the. underpinned, qualified as the executrix of the last will and testament of Andrew K. Govan, deceased, all creditor;? of the said Go- van are hereby notified to come forward and present their claim legally authenticated within the time prescribed nv law, or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. MARY P. GOVAN, Executrix of A. R. Govan, dee'd. Marshal) Countv, Sent. 19, 1SU". Fresh Arrival. Drugs, Medicines, &c. A Quinine, 200 lbs epsom salts t:" 2fi lbs calomel 25 do spirits nitre 5 lbs rhubarb root 2-" do spirits ammonia 14 do pulverized 100 do polish starch 10 do jalap WO do flor. sulphur 30 t'o epicac - 50 do sp. indigo 5 do tartar emetic 50 do litharge Notice. AT a special term of the Probate Cour, held in and for the Countv ot Marshall, the State of Mis sissippi, n the fourth day of Jane, 1911, letters of Administration on the estate ot Wiomas jones, df'cd.. late of said County, was duly granted by said Court to the undersigned. All persons hav ing claims against tha estate of the deceased are required to exhibit the same to the undersigned within the ti!e limited by law, or the same will So forever barred. Those indebted to said estate are requested to make prompt payment. J A M ES M. H EN DERSON. Administrator cTnos. Jones, dee'd Holly Springs, June, 23, 1841. 13 6w Prs. rX.tfh4X BOXES of the celebrated Columbian Tonic or Specific Pill?, on effectual cure for Fever and Ague, just received and for sale at CAGE CO'S Drug store, where many certificates of its worth may be examined. Holly Springs, june 25 Notice. AT a Probate Court held for the County of Mar- shall, and State of Mississippi, on the 23th day of June, 1S41, Letters of Administration on the ts- tate of Wm. Craft, dee'd., late of said county, were duly granted by said court to the undersign- ed. Ali persons having claims against the estate of said decAh, 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 said estate are requested to make proniDt pay- rnent. MARIA A. CRAFT. Administratrix Kolly'Springs, July, 1st 1841. ISerkshire Stock lor sale. I n , . .t- (n , . e r f & appiicatin is madef Vt twenty dollars per a singjQ p.,; OILU Marshall County Miss. Aug. 27,-3m . A NEW VOLUME. IN SPLENDID STYLE. JULY. 1841. GRAHAM'S LADIES' AND GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE. The Great increase in the subscription list of ths highly popular Magazine (the edition having more than doubled in less than six months) induces the proprietor, to commence a new volume, -with the July number. It will be issued in the 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 American Pictures, which have never been before engraved, and are consequently, the newest. that can be brought be fore the public. 1UG..LY 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 upon as the prevailing fashions of the United S ates, for the month in which they are issued. We pay more for coloring than any other publication, and always have the best. - THE CONTKIUUTORS. In addition, to the unusual fine array of original contributors, which the Magazine has thus far boasted, arrangements have been made with a numoer more, or the best writers or the day, so that spice and variety may be looked lor in the literary department of the new volume. Sports and Pasti'.nes. This interesting feature of the Magazine shall still be preserved as important to young sportsmen and in fact to all, joungor old, who delight in the sports of the 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 mech anical execution shall be of surpassing neatness, and the printing shall be done upon the finest white peper. NEW AND POPULAR MUSIC. The chocest pieces of new and popular music for the Pianoforte 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 coantry, 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 in no case will the price be abated, or two copies for j;5 free of postage and discount, always in advance. No subscriber received in any case with out the money. This rule is imperious and will not be departed from. Address post-paid, GEORGE It. GRAHAM. S. W. Corner 3d and ' hestnut sts. Phila. fiXECUTOR'S NoTiCtf, Notice is hereby -"- given, that on the 23d day of November, 1841, th Trobate court of Marshall county, State of Mississippi, granted letters testimentery to the undersigned as executor of the last will and testa- ment of James D. Marr, dee'd. and he was then by i sa:d court duly qualified as such executor. All - -1" . .1 13 j ersons liavir-g claims against iiie sui'e ui saiu James D. Marr, are hereby required to exhibit the same to the undersigned within the time limited by law, or the same will be barred. ISAAC R. MARR, Ex'r. Aug. 6. 1841-19-Gt. '1 rust aie. . NOTICE is hereby jnven that on Monday the 29th day of November 1841 the undersigned will by virtue of a deed of trust executed to him Ly Wihlam Kerr tor the beneht of Henry Anderson, proceed to sell at the Court House in the Town of Holly Springs, in Marshall countv. Miss, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, the to lowing tract ot 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 ol said day; said Deed is recorded in the omce ot the frooaie Court cf Mat shall county, and is dated 6th day ot July, 1839. EDWARD OLiNr-:. Tiustee. Aug. 27-21 tds. NOTICE. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI Tippah county. xvouen o. m t m in chancery in the T..l O I 1 . . . , . ' j . circuit sourt of said Jn - , , f county. Daniel M. Alexander. ( 3 ID Y the order judgment and decree of the honor- able the Gircuit court of said county, sitting in chancerv at the March term, I34t, I shall, on 4 1 fVuiOtVi xP SanlDmlu. nn onuruaj mc m uj v.vvi., vu premises in said county, expose to puouc sale ror cash, the following piece of land, to wit. the south east quarter of section one, in to-.vnsI.ip f ur, of range one east, for the purpose of satisfy icg the couipio-iiiauu mv uiijiuw puauaw inuitcjr uuc in from said aereuaam as se om in complainant bill and decree, and also all costs in said case. This first day of September, 1341. HARDY W.STR1CKLIN; Clerk Sf Master of said court. Sept. 3, 1841. pr's fee $5.1 A CURE FOR SORE EYES. A large sup ply of the celebrated Dr. Dorsey's Eye water just received and for sale by aug. 20. L. CAGE & Co, A NEW MONTHLY PERIODICAL. BY THE CONDUCTORS OF THE BROTHER JONATHAN. The cheapest .lAagazitic in Chriscudotn. DOLLAR MAGiZINr. 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FORT PIC KERING, TKNN. ff IBERAL advances will be made on Cotton, -Li Cotton received and forwarded at 25 cents per hale. OCT There will be no charge lor urayage m any instance. REFER TO Col. J. C. McLemore, ) Fort Pickering. Eastin Morris. Esq Col. J. li. Mahon, H.Van Pelt, Esq. Col. J. II. Ball, L. II. Coe, Esq. $ Memphis. S)mcrville. E. T. Collins, Esq., La Grange Ij. II. Foster, Esq. Nufhvillc. Franklin. E. II. & A. Ewtng, R. C. Fostor, Esq" John Marshall, Esq. Lemuel Smith. ) Jude iluliii', ) Holly Spring, Mi. Gabriel Ragsdale, Pontotoc, Miss. Green Hill, Esq. Col. A. A. Kincannon, j Capt. C. H. Abcrt, y Oxumbus, Mi. R. Barry, Esq. 1 B. Toomer & Co. J John. R. Uurk, New York. Henry Ewing, Esq., Philadelphia. June, 1841. no. 12 3m The Favc'te Republican will pleaio copy the above three months, and forward the account to me at Fort Pickering. D. . L. CAGIE, CO. DRUGGISTS. HOLLY SPRINGS. WOULD inform the public that they have re moved to the Siore adjoining the Unior House, (Craft's.) That they have received, am will keep constantly on hand. & largo and cotuplet supply oi Drug-. Medicines, Faints, Oils, Dve lKalC4..ff. Tl t n IT i oiuus, rcriumery, surgical innrumcnt, etc. etc All of which they intend to sell for CASH, prices lower than can be purchased at any othe house in the South. Particular attention mid'i th preparing and putting up of Physicians order in i ano rescripuons Holly Springs. April. H41. BOXES Dr. Champions celebraf Vegetable Ague Pills, a certain ca for the Fever and Ague, just received and I sale at L. CAGE & GO'S Dru store. iIo.lA Spring, jun0 25 npilus Hay u;. -..-ivtid -a targe and frtM s l' ' VcgrtaW Tills 8" L- CA'jr d v.