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i0ie( from command, and turn- ' ,i, for another riVi Gciera lutionary army " ... -Plifi above charge is a lair J of the shockingly unenlight- r "Simon pure" natives Gene- ,iS not an Irishman, nor did he to the lintisn, lie was a na i.,fi called Wales, of which L'liors may have heard something Lotion with Queen Victoria's ,111"-- . . II i ,i ims a small naicii oi niuuu- ,1 which produceth abundance of imatfid adjacent to lireat llrittan in tip. lamous scnooi Kcuuia' . i had f ff Worcester, lienerai ijee the nm n cowaru man uwuii vjicu ) in" Prince Lewellvn. He was a and a brave man, who so far the liritish in conse- Willi "... .... , . f h foolish mistano in iew Ten ui ..... , ,.. ..:-nl r Virginia anil atter- reuni" 15 - Amoved to Philadelphia where J in October, 1782. lie was not piously suspended; ine mon- court martial merely suspeiiueu hr 'one year.' 'Asasoiuier, says iparks 'he was true 10 ins auopicu i:y. tli Charge: In relation to Gen wmery this article says: forOld lliai c ouuum w,a olnrinus name withour e- ,l3 of pride, gratitude and love ! leneral Montgomery siuuu uiunc glory. No other case oi an irisn d behaving so gallantly can be in all our history, and thus stands ccount current wim ireiauu aim inimnarv America." Iwer: If General Montgomery on.mllfid bv anv other Irish Gen- Wftshinffton bv any o- r ' . Lmerico-Britisli General (for Wash- i was born a British subject;; nei i Lafayette by any other French al in the American service, al ii there were other Frenchmen n nfflno in the American army. ilJ state a lact wiucn u i i ;en attempted to smother in some i I. ! Mrt.idrnm. i native oiograpuica ui j.iuhu... If it were not for this vile attack ,e sacred dead, we would never be rst to revive it. It was a name a- run. av, a nativf. Aew Lnittner fired the piece of cannon from int ! barrier at Cape Dwmona l Y,'. ! IT ... . . ,.n,l htS V V 4 n ,1 in ii. , i nnrrrnmrru : ' .'ere killed This assertion ver doubts mavfind proved in mi- . . r Ti..,.ir.irit in Ouobec mur iiiiiu iioi i . . i i IP A. 0v i nitlmro which was uimsru a unler, wliosc name is still unlor :i in Connecticut. much for the three Irish i.encriu, . f whom was misled by a pany ; os.' the othr-r of whom was ni hmnn. and the third a hero in anna .i . ..,:itnr nf T'.nir- s mnnvr to iiik .huucit , Ired by the linstock of a i atmee . -i il,oo,l inr n t ie OI. 1j"1 e riru i:'- ht, . , Innnrinpll ntlllC re 'American wnw - ihfi h story ot ins own ,irv; we charge him with gross per- ftf dub oils tacts, ana a formation of presumptuous opinion iout anv basis oi ucis, wc ...:.u :--.n;nfli nf t ie vuesi oruci Richard Montgomery who fell by hand of a native "American - .(1, in defence of the rignw oi - . nlnrrrn .IOS. l . h mnrpnvi'r. u'."fi i n..-i,:i,nm nf the Boston iter iiuuniiiKi -t .. . ricr, as an accessary. nhmgmlt, he i(r cognizant of the taisny m krtions, which lie was uiu vv and endorsed. The oi. i-oi unw nothinir of: he may oe a mi- Li. ,t nonrW. or an intelli- I and unscrupulous slanderer; the Iton editor is saiU to nave sun.c ... Ve of American history-therefore is much more to mame. - ing refuted the false and mgrate fab itions of both, leave it between them nuh nr. wnetner tncy ail outiagcu ----- avert from themselves the scorn ol honest men or not. W Cow Suckhns: rigs.-U is our w Iv this week to record one oi tne mim bordmary circumstances wmcu a L. . K hniffl come under our notice, a cow the farm of Mr. William Raven, at ni0.nn.thP..Hill. may be seen two three times a day lying on her side in M,i.vrn suckline a litter oi pigs in number, which have recently t.i-. frnm the sow. Several at 1 tUilVH mmv inti have been made to drive her off, she always returns, ana nas onte ut ce run at tne paries " hpted to interfere with her paterna - ... . . ' fe of her young. Chromcie. r. i . nnfi whiff. Since 'IB nave noi us has been annexed, but what says en nst,l about it. that he never was Horrible. We gave an account some duys since of a murder committed in Ce cil county, Md: Since then, the Balti more Sun has receivedja letter from the spot giving-so awful an account of the deed, that e might consider it untrue. It appears that his wife, Martha Shaw, has been arrested and has confessed the deed. She says that she had a fight with him, and killed him with no other weanon but her teeth tearinff his flesh j- w ripping out his intrails, and otherwise in horribly mutilating his body, tone was his second wile; and lie was upwards oi ... i mi eighty years oi age. i nere is no ap pearance of insanity in her conduct since her arrest, and all she says when nnrstinnp.rl about the deed 16. "that she a fight with him, and by the help of liord, whipped mm. Announcements. fj" The fee for announcing candidates fnr nrVir. is Five Dollars for County, and Dollars for State and District Offices, 111 advance; or, seven Dollars ana i n ty Cents for County, and Twelve Dollars and Fifty Cents for State and District Of fices, if not paid in advance. FOR STATE SENATOR. THE friends of Anderson W. Dab Iiey, Esq., respectfully announce him as a candidate for the State Senate for the District composed of the counties of Nox ubee and Winston, at the ensuing election. FOR REPRESENTATIVES. THE friends of Col. Joseph II Frltli will surmort him with cheerlulness for a seat in the lower branch of the Legis lature of Mississippi. Electton in Novem ber next. milB friends of Jollll Rllllll Esq., L m;HI Minnnrt him for a seat in the Re presentative branch of the next Legist ture of Mississippi. Election in Novenv ber next. FOR DISTRICT CHANCERY CLERK are authorized to announce HI ail- rice McCarthy as a candidate for m.pWtion to the ollice oi t-leri oi me nittrin.f Chnnccrv Court, for the counties t,f T.ou ndes. Noxubee. Octibbeba, Winston, Kemper and Neshoba, at the ensuing No vember election. iitp aro nntlmrized to announce Rich i ard J. Cocke, of Lowndes, as a candidale for the oflice of Clerk of the District Chancery Court, for the counties ..I ..,..,1ps Nox-ii lee.UcliDDena, wiusion Neshoba and Kemper. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. TE are authorized to announce JaniCS St, (aC as a candidate lor ine oi lier of Clerk of the Circuit Court ol ;oxu-bt'i- foimtv. Election November 18i5. Not ember 9, 1844-te FOR r ROB ATE JUDGE. are authorized to announce Jollll wore as a candidate tortne oincu of .ludge of the Probate Uourtoi ioauu county. Election November 184a. December 7 1845. FOR PROBATE CLERK. "ITTE are authorized to announce CtiaS. V IStm cil as a candidate tor the office of Clerk of the Trobate Court of Nox ubee county. Election IS ovemuer io. November 9, 1844-te FOR SHERIFF -i.ihnrred to announce UOberi i Ij are amuon.-. - , W .. ,i....nir a n candidate tor tne ot'ce of Sheriff at the ensuing November election. WE are authorized to annouce Isaac . Wellborn as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Noxubee county. Election November 184a. November 23, 1844-te i ...!.. t.i nnnniince Safll AV K. MiidgCS as a candidate for the office of Sheriff ot iNoxuuee luu.j tion November 1845. November 23, 1844-te WE are authorized to I, llarliani as a caiididatelor the office of Sheriff of Noxubee county. Llec .ir,n November 1845. November 3B, isii- FOR RANGER. WE are authorized to announce Ceo, W. Edward as a candidate tor the office of Ranger of Noxubee county- Election November iio- November sa, ibm-hs A CARD. rr, 1 o;rvlV frifilllls of Col. R. I HE uiluoios,v " ... . E. Dismukes and J. H. . . f "Lp whom the difficulty existing between those gentlemen, was refered, ke great pleasure in stating that they ha e ad justed the same on terms h; j and honorable to both parties. JOS. KUUE.iv. W. D. M'CRIOIIT, VM. D. LYLES, H. L. JARNAGIN, II. DENT, II. W. FOOTE. March 18, 1845. Knf Ire. mllAT W6 WUI unci .v.. - . 'r11Ai, u.f., th r.mirt house ...mi -TV. fnr c a a at mnmi. JL auction, ociuio in the town of Macon, on Monday the Uthday ofty'"'. anthportionofs sh,p nneen, ra TD AVifl DUCK, ing now unsold. AVlii n WM.D.LYLES, GREAT ATTRACTION. I THE subscribers are now opening at the store formerly occupied by A. II. Jones, a Large and desirable assortment of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, Tolwhich they would particularly invite the attention of those who are making purchases I. A..- .m,u;ut in TMiri. nf a General assortment of Macon, vur aiutu wnawn -- STAPLE 11 FANCY DM GOODS, Among which may 200 Pieces Calicoes assorted, 12 bales Brown sheeting, 70 pieces bleached sheeting, Cottonade and mixtures, Bed Tickings assorted. Brown and white linens, Kentucky jeans, Satinets, Broad cloths, Oasimeres, Tailor's trinmings, Cotton and riax thread, Irish linen, Ginghams of all kinds, Black and colored cambricks, Apron checks, Cotton and silk velvet, Elastic suspenders, Hnck and silk cloves, be found Red and white flannels, S?VU SnXS.""1 lS? Shell, Albert Neapolitan, ou patterns. These goons weie muuii..v last sixty days. rt0 A large and general assortment ui Pairsof ... among whieh may be found every article in A full and compe.esu.CK on. - stirrup irons, whips, harness, dray bridles, Towth" with I grea" variety of Dnu Goods and other arucles not enumerated. Kft oZ stock in this department embraces a range of styles and qualities BOliiLIS.-Uur SIOCK in uu u y ,rxm,nP. Flnrenre Bra d. r?irtCuE Saw, toge he with a great variety of other articles. . t if t o ivp i Jieral stock of such goods as are usually called for in this mar In short, we have a genera stocK o sucn g feel disposed to extend to us -"SEE lssirsK; yourselves. JONES &. SMITH, w "t't JN February 22, 1845-32-tf ? Ill W.'lllin Tew mim. THE subscribers would respectfully in form their friends, and the public gen? erally, that they have entered into a co-part-nership, for the purpose of transacting a mercantile business in Macon, under the firm and style of Jams V Smith- We have taken the stand formerly occu pied bv A. II. Junes, where we will keep constantly on hand, a general assortment of such goods as are called form this mar-ket- and, we Uatt-r ourselves that we can, and will sell upon such terms, as can not fail to give satisfaction. A share of public .i-nrfn i cnlirilPil- i""'1"1" A.H.JONES, Jan 4,1845-tf Wm.H.SMITH . ffjji in intra to is Votiec. T ETTERSof Adminstration having been U granted the undersignea Dy me nun. Probate Court of Noxubee County, Missis sippi, upon the estate of Solomon R. Vick ,.r r.onntv. deceased. All per sons having claims against said estate, are notified to present them, propeny authenti hed bv law. or they caiea, in uit linn-f'- --j , will be forever barred; and those indebted are requested to come lorwara ana w immediate pavmeni. t I) W. LOCKETT, Administrator. Brooklyn, Mi, reb-lMMl-et iiJnqeWs notice. TAKEN up by Martha Hill on the 15th day of February, mo, Q cnmll mouse colored MILL, with a streak on the back, about five years old this spring. Appraised at J.u. the above described ani- i ,nnpctpd to come forward, prove property, pay charges and take it away, or 11 W ILL UC auiu v,,w DD ROBERTSON, Ranger, - Noxubee co., Mi. March 1, 1845-33-31 Great Incitement. W HILE Politicians are angung subscriber asKS me who h? .PuI," brains for cash is rtetermiiicu -- " t0 punctual customers. Ha(s He has a nv, ; - . b tmM L'tnve the correctness lof his asserUon, ness oi ma A. M. DOWLING. I ..K1!(TP A.,nist 1. 1844-4-tf ' ATTORNEY & COUNSFLLOR At liiwf KOSCllSKO, Mississippi, . .v. f ..t .-r Attala WILL practice in n.o u- -and the adjoining Counties. July 11, 1844-1-tt r rnnns Kirsevs. Linceys. Miardivttre Y Cutlery. door, General assortment, con ,.. -A most every article in the line, just re iiiw ceiyed and for sale J0NE8 & SM1TH. IV W - ! Toww fiOODS Cashmere, DeEcosse, etc, for sale hv , J I the following articles : Jaconet mus ins, Lace striped, do Thread lace aud edgings, Lisle Black laces assorted, Lace stripe lawns, Lace veils black and white, French Balzarines, a new article, . Worsted balzarines, French ombray ginghams Dress silks assoited, Muslin collars, Green Brage, Silk hosiery, Cheneil cord, Satin cravats and stocks, Printed lawns, Cash de Laines, Parasols, Etc. etc. etc. Otap'BoSn.u rf ihew test styles and v Y within th j nni simea. consisting of over 4000 ? L wstkf . the -. - - be fo'und sad. sa d e bw, .RDWARE. Cutlery, HUNGERS NOTICE. TAKEN up by James II Haughton, on the 15th day of February 1845, a BROWN MARE MULE, no brands, about thirteen years old. Ap praised at $15. The owner oi ine siwicui" raal is requested to come forward, prove nrnnri navr.haraes and take it away, or it will be sold as the law directs. mar 15-3t Dissolution- mHE late firm of Murphey.Lyles& Shel- 1 . i i ,!,' cMircl Viu mutual con- J- lOn, lias UMUUWOu"'"J ; sent. The undersignea win commuc m the practice of Medicine and Surgery. Otliceattneomstauu D LyLE8 January 18, 1845-27-3m Cash Advances on Cotton. mOOMER, GAY, & CO, Commission 1 Merchants, Mobile, Ala, will make ad vances on Cotton consigned to them. Sept. 21, 1844-1 l-ly ROOTS & SHOES we nave m - i oconrtmont of Calf. Kip and thick Boots-Calf, Kip and Russe itt Bro gans, together witn a goou -Ladies and Misses Shoes. Jan4, 1845-tt W.D.McCRIGIlT, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Macon, .llississnwi U wi find let Live i ts mv motto. As cotton is down, I K u - s I l-... lnrlprl In rnmedown in the 4 Q J- naVe COIU.1UUCU... v. - gr, t price of painting. Try me, and if I don t m r '. .:r; T .tntl make no IS 58 eive enure sinw ""' """ . , .... I M charge. All orders lett at A m now- p line's store promptly attended to. or l " ' GW EDWARDS, Dr. .!. M. Clemens, HAVING permanently located here, re spectfully tenders his professional services to the citizens ol Macon aim ac cent country. Office next door to A. M. Dowling's store. Feb 15, 1845-31-u I'irc, Tire: ffw.' THE subscribers have just received a large and fine lot of double and sin gle barrelled SHOT O VNS, which they of fer for sale upon accommodating terms. feb 1 JONES & SMITH. , rniAWLSWoHen, Thibet, Merino, Cash i sVinurls. for sale bv mere ami ,,;, Jan 4, 1845-tf JUiNiiO qr mm . .loft Work EXECUTED at this Office with neatnes and despatch.' A GOOD OFFER. To any person who will procure for ns five new subscribers and forward the cash free of postage, shall be entitled to one copy of the Jelieresonian for one year tratu Marck 3d, 1",f-',t "1 Y11 joscd to the measure.