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ANT110NV& DEIIASS. RE 4PECTFULT.Y inform the citizens of Macon and vicinity, that they have opened a Tailoring Establishment on the north side of the Public square, next door to the store of 8. Badger, & Co. where they are prepared to execute all work in their line, at the shortest notice. We will receive the New York fashions regularly, and will be enabled to manufac ture all articles of clothing in a superior style. Cutting done on reasonable terms. Their terms are CASH, and prices accordingly. T. W. ANTHONY, mar 27 48-6m JOHN DEHASS. Notice. THAT we will offer for sale at public auction, before the court house door, in the town of Macon, on Monday the lilli day of April, next, all that portion of section sixteen, town ship fifteen, range seventeen east, remain ing now unsold. DAVID BIX'K, W. McLEOD, Wm. D. LYLES, March 3d, 1845-34-td Trusters. new iuSi7 THE subscribers would respectfully in form heir friends, and the public gen crally, that they have entered into a co-partnership, for the purpose of transacting a mercantile business in Macon, under the firm and style of Jones A Smith. We have taken the s and formerly occu pied by A. II. Jones, where wc will keep constantly on hand, a general assortment of such goods as are called for in this mar ket; and, we flatter ourselves that we can, and will sell upon such terms, as can not fail to give satisfaction. A share of public patronage is solicited. A. H. JONES, Jan 4, 1845-tf Wm. H. SMITH. Administrators motiec. LETTERSof Admins'ration having been granted the undersigned by the Hon. Probate Court of Noxubee County. Missis sippi, upon the eMateof Solomon R. Vir.k er, late of oaid County, deceased. All per sons having claims against said estate, are notified to present them, properly authenti cated, in the time prescribed by law, or they will be forever barred; and those indebted are requested to come forward and make immediate payment. D. W. LOCKETT, Administrator. Brooklyn. Mi., Feb. 14, 1845-31-6t ! Great Excitement. WHILE Politicians are wrangling, the subscriber asks the attention of those t who purchase Goods in Z-acon, as he is determined to sell bargains ior cash or to punctual customers. He has a heavy stock of Bonnets, Hats and Shoes, for which he asks but small profits. Call and examine for yourselves and prove the correctness of his assertion, and oblige A. M. DOW LING. August 1, 1844-4-tf J S. CEENEEJ1A vrv p. r Ain At Law9 KOSCILSKO, Mississippi, WILL practice in the Courts of Attala and the adjoining Counties. July 11, 1841-1-tf Mfissolntion. THE late firm of Murphey, Lyles & Shel ton.has been dissolved by mutual con sent. The undersigned will continue in the practice of Medicine and Surgery. Office at the old stand. Wm D. LYLES. January 18, 1845-S7-3m Cash Advances on Cotton. TOOMER, GAY, & CO., Commission Merchants, Mobile, Ala., will make ad vances on Cotton consigned to them. Sept. 21, 1841-1 1-ly BOOTS & SIIOESWe have "in "store "a general assortment of Calf, Kip and thick Boots Calf, Kip and Russett Bro gans, together with a good assortment of Ladies and Misses Shoes. Jan 4, 1845-tf JONES & SMITH. W. D. McCIUGirr, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Macon , tllississipp i. M9r. I. 71. Clemens, HAVING permanently located here, re spectfully tenders his professional services to the citizens of Macon and adja cent country. Office next door to A. M. Dowling's store. Feb 15, 1845-31-tf Eire, M ire! l ive: THE subscribers have just received a large and fine lot of double and sin gle barrelled SHOT G I' US, which thny of fer for sale upon accommodating terms, feb 1 JONES & SMITH. SHAWLS Wollen, Thibet, MerinoTcalh mere and Sattin Shawls, for sale bv Jan 4, 1845-tf JONES SMITH. yo tZMd i?r urta mI ttoe Otto t3o& CUo tiv Eire ami let Eire, W TS my motto. As cotton is down, I bi S? A have concluded to come down in the 3 price of painting. Try me, and if I don't $ & give entire satisfaction I will make no charge. All orders left at A M Dow- jfr ling's store pnmptly attended to. & G W EDWARDS, " jan 11, 1845-y jks Stti m tog m as? tm rsj vsz t& 85? as flail Arrangements at Maorn. Mists. ' ARRIVALS: From Dalevilk, Monday's and Tuesday's at 8 o'clock, A. M. From Hop , Tuesday's 8 o'clock, A. N. From Columbus, Tuesday's and Friday's 4 o'clock. P. M. From Guinsvilie, Tuesday's 4 o'clock. P. From Uuitvilk, Tuesday's 4 o'clock, P. M. From Pichensvitle, Thursday's 8 o'clock. A. M. DEPARTURES: For Columbus, Monday' and Thursday's 9 o'clock, A. N. For Hope, Tuesday's 9 o'clock, A. M, For Dalevilie, Tuesday's and Friday's 6 o'clock. P. Ar. For Gainsville, Wednesday's 8 o'clock, A. M. For Pickcnsville, Tuesday's 5 o'clock, P. M. For Louisville, Thursday's 9 o'clock, A M. The State of Mississippi, NOXI BEE ColNTY. Probate Court Regular Term February 3d, 1915. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons interested in the estate of WILLIAM P. CHILES, deceased, to be and personally appear before the Judye of ihe Probate Court of Noxubee county, at a regnlar term thereof to be holden on the First Monday in April next, and then and there show cause, if any, why the court should not grant the Administra tor of the estate an order to sell the follow ing real estate to-wit: the southwest quar ter of m rtheast quarter, the southeast half of northeast quarter, and the northeast quaitcr of northeast quarter of section twenty-four township sixteen, range six teen. ,rO WITNESS, the Hon. JHN S r I J. REAUCHAMP, Presiding v " ' C Judge of the Probate court of -CV"-'said county. Issued the 4th day of February, 1845. Attest: JNO. B. ROBERTS, Feb 2i!-td CM:. 19. Conklin V IP. IS. Smith, TAILORS, BEG leave to inform the public that they have entered into a co-partnership for the purpose of carrying on the above busi iiens in all its various branches. Coats made full trimmed, for $12 00 " " plain 10 00 Pantaloons, plain 3 00 " Gaiter bottoms 3 50 Vests, rolling collars 3 00 " double breasted 4 00 Cutting done on reasonable terms. Jan 4, 1815-tf Columbian LADY'S AND GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE. On the 1st day of January, 1 8 4 5, Was published the 1st No. of the "d Volume OF THE COLUMBIAN Eadtfs and Gentleman's a. llHHeti bv Jofjn Enfiam. Filled with contributions from the most eminent and accomplished Writers cf the Country. THE motives which have led to the com- be briefly stated. It is hplipvml i prietor that there is in the United States nn immense provision ot literary ability for which as yet there is no adeau.im mmnr. agemetit, or field of display: that besides ihe rumbers of clever and success!" ill trri. tors, whose productions are weeklv, and mommy, ana annually read with delight by thousands, there are vet ereater nnmho constantly arriving at maturity of power, rtimuan- only 10 appear on the btage of publication to receive a brilliant award of lame, and that the powers of those whose names aie aneaay pronounced with respect by lips of wisest censure, capable of more and still higher exertion than has yet been called forth. It is believed, ton, that the de mand for literary production in this coun try, e-pecially in the periodical chancl ex ceeds the supply in a very large proportion and that new supplies have only to be pre sented of the right way, to ensure a hearty wexome and profitable reception. No doubt is entertained of the American mind's abil ity to sustain itself certainly on its own ground, if not abroad against all the com petition that the intellect of other landscan bring to encounter; and lull assurance is felt that among the millions of American readers there can be, and is, a cordial wel come for all that American writers can produce of excellent and interesting. From these premises it is undoubtly jn. ferred, thnt there is abundant room for another Magazine, notwithstanding the merit and success of those already Tn be ing; that there can be no lack of ability to fill its pages acceptably within the reach of capital and liberal enterprise; and that such a periodical wiil not fail to be greeted as a welcome visitor by thousands -ipon thousands, who as yet has done little or nothing toward the support and develops ment of American periodical literature. Another and strong motive has been, the feeling that .New York, the first city of the Un ion, should be the home of a periudieal owing.no superior in either merit or success The Columbian Magazine will be pub. lished nn the first day of every month. Its mechanical arrangements will comprise the best paper, type and workmanship that money can procure Its contributors will be sought for among the most able and popular writers in the country; and no efforts will be spared to secure the aid of the most distinguished, such as John I. Stephens F G Hallcck H W Herbert H TTuckcrman J R Chandler T C Grattan J C Neal Seba Hmith Mrs Emma C Embury Mrs Ann S Stephens Mrs II E B Stowe Mrs L II Kigourney Miss II F Gould W G Simms Theo 8 Fay Nathrniel Ilawthrone H VV Longfellow CFHuflnian T S Arthur H F Harrington II H Weld Miss Eliza Leslie Mrs A M St Leon Loud C M Sedwick W C Bryant J K Paulding N P Wilhs John Neal Park Benjamin R W Griwold Mrs 'Mary Clavers' Mrs Frances S Osgood Mrs E F Ellet Mrs A M F Annan. With many of these, arrangements have already been made, as well as with others whose reputation is sure, though yet to be established in the public regard. The pro prietor entertains sanguine hopesif accom plishing an object to which he looks for ward with pride the secured co-operation of regular and occasional contributors, forming a list unequalled in this country. In each number there will be two or more Engravings from Original Paintings, from such artists as Chapman, Inman. Osgood, &c, engraved in mezzotint, line and stipple, by II S Sudd, W L Ormsby, &c, besides a plate of Fashions colored and occasionally other illustrations so that every subscriber will receive in the course of the yeat, at least 21 productions of the graphic art, which could not be otherwise procured at three or four times the cost of the whole magazine. In each number there will also be two pages of music, original or judiciously se lected by a competent professor of the art. Proper regard wil be paid to the current issues from the book press; not so much, however, with a view to notice all the vol umes that may appear, as to the expression of matured opinions concerning those shall be deemed worthy ot the public atten tion and confidence. The aim of the edi tor wil be, rather to furnish criticisms, on which readers and purchasers may rely for guidance, than to present a mere laudatory chronicle of new publicetious. TERMS : The Columbian Magazine one year S3 00 " " two years 5 00 Two copies one year in advanie 5 00 Dea ersin Periodicals throughout the U nited States and the Canadas, who wish to become agents for the Columbian Magazine will please apply to the publisher immedi ately. The usual discount will be made to them. In addition to the above, the publisher simply adds for the benefit of all, that the work will be sustained by sufficient capital. Editors who will insert this prospectus entire, and send a copy marked and ad dressed to the Columbian Magazine, shall have a copy sent to them for one year. Address, post paid, ISRAEL POST. Publisher, No. 3, Aslor House, N. Y. THEIRS' LIFE OF NAPOLEON, Complete, without the slightest abridg ment, for Only One Dollnr! CAREY HART, Publishers, Philadelphia. HAYING purchased an early copy from the French publishers, will shortly publish the history of the Consulate and the Empire By M A Theirs, author of 'The French Revolution.' Translated from the French, with notes and additions. This magnificent work, the Life of Napoleon, on which M Theirs has been engaged for many years is at length completed, and is now in the hands of the printer. A company was formed in Paris, who purchased the copy right for 520,000 francs, or One Hnndred Thousand Dollars! The Paris edition will form ten large oc tavo volumes, and wil! costabout $15. The American publishers will give a translation of this famous work, simultaneously with its publication in Paris. Each volume of the Paris edition will be comprised in a sin gle number of the American edi'ion, and will be sold for Twelve and a half cents! and a remmittance of One Dollar, free of postage, wiil pay for the entire work, in ten numbers, which will contain every word in the Original editor. Order.-, to be addressed to Carey & Hart, Publishers, Philidelphia enclosing a re mittance free of postage. Or to the following Agents Burgess, Stringer t Co, New York; Reading &Co. Boston; N Hickman, Baltimore; Zieber & cn, Philadelphia; Drinker & Norris, Rich mond; T Taylor, Washington; McCartee & Alleu.Charleston,8C;S Weir, Columbia. S C; M Boullemet, Mobile; J B Steel or B M Norman, New Orleans Jan !, lsi5 jimiwi mm twm i m imiiiq UTILITV, "BEAUTY & CHE' PNESS COMBINED. THE LADIES' mmiwrnm. MAGNIFICENT VOLUME FOR 1 84 5 - Enttca a? xa c ami a. strp&truj. THE new volume of 'Peterson's Maga zine,' beginning with the January num ber, (which w be mailed on the 10th of Decmber, 1814,) will be truly magnificent. The character and claims of the work are already known, but several new improve ments, in addition, will appear so that it will be more than ever, the Ladies favorite. Among these are a series of National pic tures, on subjects interesting in our history. The series of National pictures will be o penedby a portrait in Mezzotint of Wash ington at eighteen, from a picture never be fore published; and will be followed by o thers of the character suggested. Sartain's splendid Mezzotints. The most superb engraving ever sent from thisartistt will appear in the January number. Co, lored plates by Mr Quarre, and some of the finest engravings on steel will appear do ring the year. The contributions will all be original, and from our best writers, of both sexes. Wc might publish old English stories, as others do, and save the money we pay for original articles, but we prefer to encourage our national writers, satisfied the public wiil appreciate us. No other two dollar book does this! Tkhms One copy two dollars; Three, five dollars; Eight, ten dollars. The mo ney to be sent in advance, post paid. Addms C, J. PETERSON, No. 98 Chesnut St. Philada. Emporium off CUEAI' AND EtE(i4NT LITERATURE. THE LARGEST ESTABLISHMENT KOK Tilt HALE 01' C HEAP PI3L1C A T J O INT S IV THE En i led States! B. FERBEIT & CO., PUBLISHERS' HALL, 101 CHESNUT STREET, Philadelphia, HAS for sale, wholesale and retail, all new and Cheap Hooks as soon as is sued. The object of the undersigned is to supdly agents and dealers, at publishers' wholesale prices, with all cheap Books, Magazines and Newspapers, saving them the trouble, delay, and expensive freight, which are incurred by ordering from sever al different establishments. They se 1 all of Miss Bremer's, Eugene Sue's and Mrs. Ellis's works; besides all the latest American Romances. They so licit all the Monthly Magazines, and Week ly and Daily Newspapers. Law Books fur nished to order. The Annuals for 1815, Cheap Books, Magazines and Newspapers, that may be published, will be supplied at the lowest wholesale and retail prices, bv E. FEhRETT '& CO. Publishers' Hall, 101 Chesnut St. Philadelphia. February 22, 1845-tf prospetYus For Publiming in the City nf Wasfdngtm Democratic Newspaper, to be called 'The Constitution.' The undersigned having purchased the materials of the Spectator, will issue, on or before the 10th instant, the first number of a paper to be called the Constitution. 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THE WESTERN UTnB 'OUR, ANnZE$ Monthly Literary Ara 1.V original matte?. eii JiSK f nti em writers, will ue isJ g from the first of November, I844 v.ded into two volumes tier ... W'U ges caen, or 786 paecs at th, vear. E Z C JuHlVt .,h.e.. of Robinson Ac Jones. Io ai ".'nes-lit nan, Publisher.,. price h""'"1;, annum in advance. - f0"8" (T7 NewSDnnrre ..." tions will receive KSfc!'! Edward Z C Judson and L a ir 1 tors and Proprietors of the ' H?.,'.8-' ry Journal and Monthly P,:"?" ""'H zine of sixty-four larrd ' 1 in course of publication at r;P ?M'1 " ""expected v et. ' tronage in the States of TtlnZ 'T ' ma, and Mississippi, and at theS All quest of their kind patrons i fc! have determined to isue Edition of the Jnnm.l. t." .T1 the 4wm Deeatit! SOUTHWESTERN LITER J uuuiui.iL 'iitj MONTR LY REVIEW, nnrl trill rnntnin tl.A . most eminent writers of the south and I among whom we may mention . I!.1 engaged, Mrs Amelia B Wclbv ifr, Nichols. Mn Julia L Dumont Est and many other notable and distinguish To niil i:s in nnr nnli,n. ., . a South-western Edition in addition tJ present number, we have secured then able services of Hudson A Kidd p whose editorial office will be in Na'hv.r lf,.r: A IlilliniK A. a.... it. ' Nashville, are publishers for the EflJ .lummy jicc.M" 111 uc unuer the EditoriJ supervision of E Z C Jnknn j ujJ mr .11 ... . a - urn A Kuld, All communications vil!bta or to Judson and Hne at Cincinnati. J zinc will be afforded at Three Dollars! .. ;., I, ; , n r uiuiuiii, vt.in.il iu -l4 uac5 must DC paid advance. Edidor's office on Dpmtrii-l- ... -vn vitrei Cherry st. Publshers' office 100 Union si iasn vine. Q' specimen numbers are now read MM lll.-'JU-V. m'll UUU ULIU CI V. iVllWllOJ' friendly to ouroMm Literature and wish t nnpnnrn"f T.itprarv rnlnrm tnj in tl.a and west, arc respectfully requested toe: 1 .... I. ....;i . Aashville, Dec 7, 1311 PROSPECTUS. The subscriber commenced on the 1st May, 1844, a monthly periodica, entitled NED B UNTUNE MACAWS, Edited by Edward lluntline, E.-q, late d the United States Navy, devoted emiseir t western Literature, of octavo size, cod taining 32 pages, and printed in asujeria style, it is at once a cheap, and a Amib nub ication. IVestcrn writers cf listiii puished note, contribute monthly to its pd ees, and it is hoped that western peep win pive it a preference over eastern ionv and thus, not on y encourage tlio taent their midst, but cause their money to circu ate amongst them.se ves, in preterence td its fi ins the coffers of eastern capita ists The contents of this worn wi Ibebiegra phies of distinguished men, historica tale: of the sea. moral ani scientific pss.ivs. armv and naVT M , - - - - - noctrv. critics, ic. mostly origina : lti be suited for the par or and reading roomj and wi merit support. Prici-S2 nn nnr vear. navable invarian in advance. Persons forwarder a $10 0(1 i i. : ,v.ic -it,, o'i I recti vl six conies. All communications must be post pm or f'rnnlfod. n-T Editors insertin? this Pronpectu four times, wi I receive the work reguar r. vr n n-iisfiN Pub isner Dec 7 and Proprietor, Pittsburg, RANGERS NOTICE. TAKEN up by James H Haughtoa. on the 15th day of February 1845, Bit OWN MARE MlM no brands, about thirteen year old. Ar praised at lis. .cribfdani a ne owner oi we uu - . jj mal is requested to come forwwfl i, F M take itwJ','1 it will be sold as the law directs. . DD ROBERTSON, R8er' mar 1S-3I at nr W.E. . .r.-U. Hill 0 , iAZii up "J"",.,,. 1846 Fvt a r r mr wi n i m " jtvjTAthe istn av oi t-.uiitr ' j f j Lilian muufv - - , -tygfg with a ctrAfllr nn iVio hek. about BY' j .ne owner o nc ard( p(PV. mui is requesieu 10 .u.av.o : i .i iKe ii it will be sold as the law 'c ... D D Dee co'' March 1, 1845-33-31 UfOOLEN GOODS-Kirscys, inetls ' l.onc Planncll-!. BlaOKS"' .,rU etc, for sale by JjONES. : " . TwIcfV Jiaraware m . ' j. a I :nnafn I ofiuAnmilllU vv . v.v..t... " ' , ' . line. jn most every article m ', ceivedandfor.alebjoNE8&g;jrTR DRESS GOODS-Cashmere. gSSl Muslin DeLaines. AIPjJJffirH etc, lor saie oy . Jari 4, 1845-tf