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TbllNF.R of Yaooi lt:ty itiict jis a cii'n lidate fr the office of Aitomev f the riftl, JinlieW'( j.. ..... . .,. jlines, Yazoo. Mud inn, Aiiala, Wiii- BtOli, l.euk v. nil nintr .uv vn'u i j j o.mi uee c'i c.iio i. at ilie ei: i tor btiite ie,.atur, . : 6aiIU l V ilU'I.MKl, U -i j Crldi .ate to represent the eoir tiis rf L:U, Leukt , and N.hola,!:i the : u'2tlorial branch 01 the State 't Li is- lire, at ihe eusuine November eh-c-. w r - For Representative, 1 . are autliorized to announce . 4- oi,E.i.M.x uuiiiidfti as a jidato tor a seat in the Represetita Tjiranch of the otate legislature. jtion in November next. J'" ATThEW is a caudidat- for Representa'ive of Attal- ttty.at the ensuing November ea ! f. i X)n 'f For Prolate Jitdire. E are authorized to announce E. M. WELLS as a candidate sJie office of Probate Judge. Elect- in November next. f 1 t For Sheriff u t. are autiionzed to annou iee HAVili V.kki .. .......... j. ., .JGreen, A G i!..i,vi....:.r-.' 1. .'.. .. ... ittalaCoiii.it tion in November next. 11. llUGWiSi i a candidate for - I' " mure oi .Mieiitj ol Alia 't t Jty,.iii the ensuing November llk". A-HZl P. i t, Jl,eriir, Oi P is a candidale for! oi AtUla .Oojiitv. t th,. - H "veini.er eltciion, ' - j 'lyman, A . - Tift E. GREEN is a candMat, for ! HbuhIio i, R'D " 'Sthe office of Sheriff (if Aiml-t ! ead.-isoi,. John "Sly. at the entiling Nctembir e- "'" tVViS HA-'lVY is a candidate for - lie office of lierilf of Atlala : ,ly, at the ensuing November e- ; ,. , ..... 11 TON. KENNEDY is a candi I date for the office of Sherilf of I county, at the ensuing Novem lection. tVEULON PORT WOOD is a can- .didate for the office of Sheriff of ! f muniy at tne ensuing Nive.n- i ciion. . . - 'i VV' EAiMOS is a candi date lorCiicuit Cloik. ut the ea- November election. M I i II 1) nrrr,. ... ... . ' H.tf ft tl P. RUSSELL Id it j.nrii4i-' date tor theoffice of Circuit Clerk,, 1 ensuing Kovember election. ; WILLIAM B. THOMPSON is a candidate for the office of Cir cult Clerk of Attala couihiy, at i',e en suing November election. U03ERT L. COLEMAN is a candl date for the orlice of Circuit Clerk at .he ensuing November election. , For Probate Clerk. 1 SAMUEL MUNaON j a candidate U tor re-election to the office of Clerk 1 the Probate Court of Attala county. For dm uly Surveyor, BENJAMIN McCARY is a 'candi date for . -re-election to the office J5 of dm my Mirveyor ot Attala county. ai me ee.suing Ptovember election. JOHN ii. EVANa is a candidate for 9J county treasurer, at the equina iXioveuuer elecfiou. Qv f'AMEiS McAPORY in a candidate j a re-elfCtioii to tin- office of comity treasurer, at the ensuing Novrmbi r -lefi'i). " ! I or Ji,tt-ur I I All, Vi O.N in J. F. II. a can.lMau for theolfict- of assessor 01 Attala my, at the . ensuing Nove)nier e- con It CT I r i . s D WIH OARR U a cm lid le lor the otfltM- of ant-t si-oi , at the eR Mii'isr, Novt-nd er ojection.'- KMAlNlNtj in the Post Office ut .- K'osciui-kw MlKj)., OU tin; Ir-t July Mi4.i, wliii'b if not takt:a out ty uie 1st day of Oc'ihe.- next.,' will U- km tit to me tit'iioiui Po.H Clilicj as . dead otters: Andutson, Robert Harrison, Judy Andeison, Aianha liibbnrd Joseph Aiiderw:i,Kiihruini lrvi.ic. M R Aiwood,TCi4cV il Jones, Friley Atwood, 1'G Joslin, Kamuel A Very, .lanes Allbriion, P L Archer, Villiam Armsnong, tl Allison, John Black, it H. Dr lack. La:uter oyd. U 1) Kenedy, V G Kenedy, Esqr Kee:h, W F Kirkwood, Martha Levy, Chapma i 2 Lambdin, J F 2 Lett, Jacob 0 l .. nt.... iju-tiiiiieiie, G D 2 Luca-, Owe; -'lakney, nj. McMillon, M - lackwelljAU Moo. i, ..ales h teah Josiah . Mitchell, tiat.i'l l ister, E Ma-on. J C -nrdick, V J - Z Ma lip, John bowers, Lemuel 2 Mctfiee. 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To render our periodical a Family Magazine, as well as a lady's book, we give, every month, New Receipts tor Housewives, Patterns for Embroidery, bace work, c. c. "thus nraknrg- a sort of vade mecum indespensable to every female, but especially to those in the country who would learn the latest improvements in the city. , A USEFUL HINT. The lady in Iowa, as well as the one east of the Alleghanies, by taking this periodical, will know the latest fash ions, the newest receipts, the improve ments in fancviwork. ice... as soon as rho inhabitant of the eastern city, tfe sides, she will have the best oiiginal stories writ'en by her own sex, a tho roughly American literature-ami &se lies of superbe enttravines at the close of the year, worth, even for a scrap book, twice as much as, the subscrip tion price. No Magazine is so much a -'Ladies' Companion," so thorough ly a "1101110 jjook," yet so fitted for tne 'boudoir!" . - THE TERMS. The subscriber riiridly adhearstothe casu system; and it is bytthis means ho is enabled to publish his inagazine for tWo dollars instead of thijee. The fol lowing are the terms : , 7- I Copy, 3 Copies, & Copies, $2,0(i 5, (in 7. 50 7 Copies.' 12 Copies, 1 6. Copies, $10,00 16,00 20,00 PREMIUMS. As an inducement to Postmasters and others to procure subscribers, we of fer the following Pretiiiuitisi, viz: For a CluG of Three, 'om "P10TOUIAL ANNUAL;" for a Club of Five, the same; for a Club of Seven,"a i exlai copy of the Magazine; for a Cltm ot 1 weive.-our "v.EM.S OF FEA UT Y and ibr a .Club. of Hxleen. an etet copy. For Two Dtilbu-s.-'and a smgje smtfcriber, a new Nivel will be sent. These are the most liberal terms ever olJ'ered by any publisher. 05" Those who would prefer begin ning their subscrip ions from his: Jan- ouary, ran be supplied with back nnm- e-ers, 11 mey write eanv. .lauret. CHARLES J. PATERsON, 'No. 98 Chesnut St., Philadelphia. 05 Editort copying thit prospect ui wiU be entitled to an exchange. NOTICE. LL persons are-hereby notified not tu credit mv wife. Judith Edwards, on my account, as I am de termined to pay no debts of her con tracting, ' . , LAM EC II EDWARDS. . September 1, IB45 3w D BARRETT, Attorney Covniel- lor at Law,. Kosciusko, Missis sippt. , ' July 6, 1844 1-tf " Job priutin Nea.tely executed at this office ; , MM V. '.