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4 -Si Prospectus THE WESTERN LITERARY JOURNAL AND MONTH LY HE VIEW, 4 Monthly literary .Vagazine contain A ing 384 larg- ee'avo pages of en'' rt lv original matter, emanating from V eM rn wrers iU be issued rearty -m the fi--t of November, 1844. It "c (l" fidfd into two volumes per year of 38 .. 2w each, or 780 pa$os at the end of the !r E Z C Judson and I. A Hines, editors. Robinson k Jones, 109 Main street Cincin nati Publishers. Price three dollar, rer annum in advance mMMTHW NEW. lins, Ha marines a ml Uan..p . i c 1 Handkerchiefs, (embroidered hcm-shU-hed s. ArtltlCial UOWCrs aim muuuu. miv - . , ruing, Swiss ami jaconci uo., A 'Primminc lars and Vnder,lcev,.s, Thread and Lisle Edgings and Ins, & Newspapcrivin, this a fewinse, , ;o an - . ; .... . n.. Vr Tn.liPa Hrs iCs'. etc.. HC . .1. o - I....... I ,1 nnto.l on.l Mprsell S SllrlSi Hair (; oth. urasa wium, - ""-" . . ,, . . p-uc . . n ! mirt prman St v SDOOns, '"'' Cold ana m ver pwc, .... . , ; " : " rL.., .., hp. ami will be Ul isivJ tions rc an Pronrietors of the ru Journal and Monthly Review, a maga zine of sixty-four large octavo pages now in course of publication at Cincinnati, u grateful for an unexpectedly extensive pa tronage in the States of Tennessee, Alaba ma, and ;V.ssissippi,'and at the genera re, quest of their kind patrons in th.we Wati have determined to issue a South-"? tern Edition of the Journal. It will be entitled ToUTH-tVESTERN LITERARY JOURNAL AND MONTH LY REVIEW, and will contain the contributions of the most eminent writers of the south and west; among whom we may lnrntion. as already engaged, Mrs Amelia B Welby, 3rs H t Nichols, Mrs Julia L Dumont, Miss Dupuy, Albert Pike, XV D Gallaghar, Thomas II Shreve, Lewis J Cist, C BGillcpie, Otway and warranted lor one year. . Necklaces and Bracelets, Hair Fins, tasliionauie r ans, no., ... MS?edJ5S' of D OMEST1CCOODS, such as D-d Tickings, Brown cotton drain's co oH-d Canibrieks, Long'oths, Bleached tioods of a'.l qiui'ities. Bleached shee! 3 y.rdwS, Apron cla'k. Fine prints, Brown domestic oi all qualities Kerseys, Jeans, Coitonades, &c. Speaking of Heady Made Clothing: 200 SUMMER COATS OF VARIOUS STYLES AMD QUALITIESROM 8 10 $16 EACH. V Great Vairietvof PaiitnlocMisaucl Vests. FIXE CALF HOOTS 1X1) SHOES, COAHSE !)o. AX EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' SHOES. Braurr, (flilft, (rassamrt Manama, atflUorii, Sra CSrass antt JJalm Heat atu ALL LINKN, AND LLNLN BOSOM SUlltTS. Suspenders, Stocks, Cravats and Scarfs. (A superior article.) ,11 those who ari wishing to buy for CASH, can get a greatmany Hoods for a little ;ley at our house, as we be'ievc in the o d maxim, 'that a nimble sixpence is better New Yorh andl ' Siosian CHEAP, CASH, STORE2! The Clicnpcststorc ever in the State j milE Subscriber believing a 'quick nixpenceis worth a slow billing, and having form I ed a copartnership with an extensive Mercantile House in the City of New Yo f which will afford him such faculties as w,.l enable him to sell Goods lower thancm. be bought in the &ate of Mississippi, or Mobile. The expenses of the conci rn will be very light, not one tenth of any house of note . , , ' ...l:. u ...;ii nfiK n the concern to seil coods lower than anv nth 1 in JVlOOlie, wuim " - " j -. i.uuse, CHEAP t CHEAP It llweask is to give us a call and examine for yourselves, and you will find them as we xay, CHEAP. From $10 to $12000 stock of beautiful New Eashionable Summer and .Spring Goods. Consisting of viz : New style iaiocoes nuiu V..T 1 French Mus ins, A money and many ether notable and (listing writers. To aid us in our arduous task of issuing a South-western Edition in addition to our present number, we have secured the valu I able services of Hudson A Kidd, Esq, whose editorial office will be in Nashville.. r A Ti.'ll,',..ri X- S5,m I'ninn strcrt. ! Nashville, arc publishers for the Editors j and Proprietors. rpHE subscribers are now opening at the store formerly occupied by A. H. Jones, a The South-Wettcm Literary Journal and X. Large and desirable assortment of Monthly Review will be under the Editorial supervision of E Z C Judson and Hudson A Kidd. All communications will be ad dressed to the latter gentleman at Aash ville, iitUnn :ind Hine at Cincinnati, and must be invariably post paid. The Maga- j zine will be aff orded at Three Dollars per ; annum, which in sll cases must be paid in advance. j Edidor's office on Deadrick street near Cherry st. I'ublshers' office 100 Union st, A'ashville. fXj" specimen numbers are now ready for inspection and delivery. All who are friendly to our men Literature and wish to encourage Literary enterprise in the south and west, are respectfully requested to call and subscribe. Nashville, Dec 7, IS 14 PROSPECTUS. Curry, A If .WeeK, w i 1 , ,V , , ' V,' .J ! ZTZ o , V , ;' he re fore, let it be remembered, and that these be so A 'UIjUvU 1 UIWIl ..iUl' .ip J April 19, 1815 10 ly 110O11K A- AVKKY " " CtREAT'ilTTH ACTION. '-9 AS ' SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, To which they would particularly invite the attention of those who are making purchases in Macon. Our stock consists m part, of a (u ncial assortment of STAPLE ANfl l nuv noon.,, Anion" which may bo tound the following articles : Thread Lace and edgings Cotton do do B ack Laces assorted Lace vei's, black and white French Balzarines do Ginghams Printed Lawns Cashmer 1) Coss Silk warp Alpaca's Italian Cravats Satin do Stocks and Suspender Large lot of Sattinets Kerseys, very cheap Osnaburgs lied Ticks. Sheeting Brown aud Bleached Jackonets Book and Mull do Bishop and Lon;? Lawn Crodenap , Crodeswiss Bac.k Ita'ian Si.ks New style Sides for dresses Caps, Collars, White Muslins assorted Thread cambric Handkerchiefs Embroidered do Cloves, assorted qualities Broadcloths, Cassimeres Cotton and silk Velvets Cardinals, a beautiful article A hu-trn assortment of Ludies dress Handkerch'fs scarf's & shawls, Stripe Domesticks and check A lar"e lot of Hose of all kinds i.ounterpin cnecics do ha1 uo White and c.o'ored cambrics, Umberella's A Parasols Bonnets, Flowe is and Kibbons Cottonades Diaper Damask Tablecoths, Towels and Napkins Carpets and iVatting Foot Rugs A lar-'e and eeneral assortment of Boots and Shoes. Crockefy, Glass ware. Hardware Cufery, Sugar, Cotlee, lea ana sait. I obacco, Meda.ra U'ines. (7 Vis. old) soap , Candles, Hats aud Caps. Aeady Made Cothing. i he Planter, a miniber of fancy articles too and Queens- and Port A small tedious to 101 01 itltuiuiiura ,, . . , .r mcnti.m For Cheap Goods, call at the new store now opening in the House lomerly occupied by A. M. Dowl.n?. J- FJRIMIOLT it CO, occupic Macon liy Miss May 10, 18Lri 43 ly. The subscriber commenced on the 1st of May, ISM, a monthly periodica', entitled NED BUSTL1XE MAGAZINE, Edited by Edward Buntline, Esq., late of the United States Navy, devoted entirely to western Literature, of octavo size, con taining 32 pages, and printed in a superior style, it is at once a cheap, and a desirable pub'ication. Western writers of distin guished note, contribute monthly to its pa ges, and it is hoped that western peop'e, SOU PiecesCalicoes assorted, 12 bales Brown sheeeting, 70 pieces bleached sheeting, Cottonades and mixtures, Bed Tickings assorted. Bjown and while linens, Kentucky jeans, Satinets, Broad cloths, Casimeres, Tailor's trinmings, Cotton and flax thread, Irish linen, Ginphams of all kinds, Black and colored cambricks Apron checks, Cotton and silk velvet, Elastic suspenders, Buck and sill, gloves, Bed and white llanncls, Jaconet mus ins, Lace striped, do Thread lace and edgings, Lisle " Black laces assorted, Lace stripe lawns, Lace veils black i.nd 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. UTILITY BEAUTY & CHEAPNESS COMBINcu THE LADIES' NVflOWliJliGAZlXE. MAGNIFICENT VOLUME FOR I 84 5 mrtclf bi iHvs. ami . Strpl)rs THE new volume of 'Peterson's Maga zine,' beginning with the January num ber, (which will be mailed on the 10th of December, 1841,) will be truly magnificent. The character and claims of the woik 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. .vj; ir SPMXG goods t HAVE just received from New York an extensive assortment of SPRING and SUM ME It GOODS, of the latest style and pairons, to which they respectfully invite the attention of all who may be disposed to give them a call. Among which may be found Rich Dress Silks, new styles Plain, Figured and Water'd Bl'k and Blue Black do of various width Superfine Printed Lawns and Balzarine 31 ti r n i n g Kich Paris Printed aud Lace striped Muslins Suer Swiss, Mull and Jackonett do. Plaid Lawns Linen Carnhric, Handcch'fs Gloves and Mitts, of various ftinds Leghorn, Chip, Straw and SilA Ben netts Superfine Corded sftirts Also a large assortment of coods for s-irtnln'c tnlenrliri Mezzotints. The most ! ..nnerh emTravinsr ever sent from this artistt(tJe"'leens wear, such as Broad-cloths, will appear in the January number. Co, lored plates by Mr Quarre, and some of the finest engravings on steel wilt appear uo Casimeres and vestings. Super will give it a preference over eastern wonts, last sixty days. Together with a great variety of Dr:ss Goods and other articles not enumerated. HUSXCTS. Our stock in this department embraces a range of styles and qualities never before equalled in this market; it consists in part, of Full trimmed Florence Braid, Shell, Albert, Neapolitan, Lawn, Silk and Gimp Bonnets of the very latest styles and patterns. These goocts were manutacturea expressly ior us in ew joru, wunin me and thus, noton'y encourage the ta cnt in men ramst, but cause their money to circu late amongst themselves, in preference to fil ling the coffers of ea-tern capitalists. The contents of this worn will be biogra phies of distinguished men, historical tales and Siittches, yarns of the sea, moral and scientific essays, army and navy newi, j poetry, critics, dec, mostly origina : It wi I j be suited for the parlor and reading room, and will merit support. Price $8 0'J per year, payable :r. -ariab'y in advance. Persons forwarding a $ 10 01) bank note, current in this city will receive six copies. All communications must be post paid or franked. Oj" Editors inserting this Prospectus four times, will receive he work regularly for one year. E Z G JUDSON, Pub isher Dec 7 and Proprietor, Pittsburg, Pa A large and general assortment of ISoots and Shoes, consisting of over 40q0 lars ol THE LAW OF NEWSPAPERS I. Subscribers who do not cive ex press notice to the contrary are consi dered wishing to continue their sub scripuons. 2. If subscribers order the discon tinuance of their papers, the publisher may continue to send them till all that is due be paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the offices to which they are directed they are held responsible till they have settled their v bill, and order their papers disconlin ucd. 4. If subscribers remove to other places, without informing the publish ers, and the paper is sent to the former direction, they arc held responsible. 5. The Courts have decided that refusing to take a paper or periodical from the office on removing, and leav ing it uncalled for, is "prima facie" evi dence of intentional fraud' among which may be found every article in the line. A full and complete stock of HATS & CAPS, of the latent and best styles and qualities. A heavy and well selected stock of SAOD'LEBiY, among which may be found sad dles of every style and pattern, bridles, martingales, sircinglcs, girths, stirrup leathers, stirrup irons, whips, harness, dray bridles, saddle bags, &c. A general assortment of BOOKS ."NO STATIOINAKY, illflUWARK, Ctilk'ry, ; Crocturi? anil (Glass 3'ave, together with a great variety of other articles. In short, we have a general stocR ol such goods as are usually called for in this mar ket, which we propose to sell to our friends, and those who feel disposed to extend to us a portion of their patronage, upon the most accommodating terms. Our stock has been purchased almost exclusively within the last sixty days, under the most favorable cir cumstances, and we believe we hazard nothing in saying that we can oiler as great in ducements to purchasers as any other house in the interior. Call arid examine for yourselves. A. H. Joxrs, JONES & SMITH. W. H. Smith', February 22, 18-15 32-tf rimr the vear. The contributions will all i be original, and from our best w riters, ol both sexes. W7c might publish old English stories, as others do, and sat e the money we pay for original articles, but we prefer to encourage our national writers, satisfied the public will appreciate us. No other two dollar book does this! Tehms One copy two dollars ; Three, five dollars; Eight, ten dollars. The mo-. ney to be sent in advance, post paid. Address C, J. PETERSON, No. 98 Chesnnt St. Philada. TUElhs1ljFEOF NAPOLEON, Compleic, without the slighted abridg ment, for OncfHlnr! CAREY 3 HART, Publishers, A roic $.h'LE. FIRST RATE second hand Bu harness coinplite. apply to JAMES M. MAXCY or GEO BAKER. y, and A FIj O Slit FE'V Barrels of Superfine FLOUR .for Sale by J FAKIN'HOLT &Co., STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, Noxubee County ) Circuit Court, In Chancery. 5 APr'l Term 1845. Llizabeth S. Harper j No 1. vs I Dill for Hi- Daniel E. Harper, j vorcc. Upon opening the matters in com plainants Bill, and it appearing lo the satisfaction of the Court, that the De fendant Daniel E. Harper, resides with out the limits of this Slate so that pro cess cannot be served upon him. It is therefore ordered by the Court, that pub- j lication be made for three months in the j "Jeffersonian" a weekly Newspaper j published in the town of Macon, county . and Stale aforesaid, notifying the said Defendant, that unless he shall appear at a term of the Circuit Court to be hol den in the Court-House in the town of Macon, on the Third Monday in October next, then and there to answer, plead, or demur to the matters and things in Complainants petition contained, the same will be taken pro confesso. Witness James M. Maxey Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for the county of Noxubee and Stae of Mississippi. The third monday of April 1815. Issued the 13th day of May 1815. J. M. MAXEY CTk II. G. Davis, Complainants Sol. W. U.McCUKaiT, ATTORNEY AT LAW itfmoii, fti.ssissiwn. 0. Couklin .V IV. IS. Smith, TAILORS, TEG leave to inform the public that they JJ have entered into a co-partnership for the purpose of carrying on the above busi ness in all its various branches. Coats made full trimmed, for $12 00 " " plain io 00 Pantaloons, plain 3 no " Gaiter bottoms 3 fiO Vests, rolling collars 3 00 " double breasted 4 00 Cutting done on reasonable terms. Jan 4, 18-15-tf Dnt. ,mtflu tl Ijyles, TTave associated themselves in the prac tice of Medicine and Surgery. .fice same as occupied by Dr. Mitchell Macon May 10, 1815 43 4t I'Vre, Eire: Eire: rpilfi subscribers have just received a large and fine lot of double and sin gle barrelled SHOT (J VNS, which they of fer for sale upon accommodating terms, frb 1 JONES & SMITH. BLANKS I'ORSALE Philadelphia. HAVING purchased an eariy copy from the French publishers, will shoitlv i publish the history of the Consulate and the Empire By M A I heirs, author of 'The French Revolution.' Translated from the French, with notes and additions. This magnificent work, the Life of Napoleon, on which MTheirshas 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 Hundred Thousand Dollars! The Paris edition will form ten large oc tavo volumes, and will cost about $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 edition, ar- J will be sold for Twelve and a half cents' and a remmittance of One Dollar, free of postage, will pay for the entire work, in ten numbers, which will contain every word in the Original editor. Orders to be addressed to Carey & Hart, Publishers, Philidelphia enclosing a re mittance free of postage. Or to the following Agents Burgess, Stringer & Co, New York; Reading & co Boston; N Hickman, Baitimore; Zieber & co, Philadelphia Drinker and Norri, Rich mond; T Taylor, Washington; MeCartee & Allen Charleston C; S Weir. Columbia S C; M Boullemet, Mobile; J B Steel or B M Norman, New Orleans. Jan 5, 1845 Job Work EXECUTED at this Office withncatness and despatch.' French Doe skin Casimcre Single MiU'd " ChecA-'d, striped and plain Linnen dril lings Plaid Liverpool Cottonades A variety of summer Tweeds Blacfc Summer-cloth, Bombazines, Q'e, SMITH $ MOSELEY, Macon, May 17 1845 44-ly. " PJl OS PECTUS For Publisning in the City of Washington Democratic Newspaper, to be called 'The Cii$itiitioit.' The undersigned ha ving 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. It will be devoted to the steady advocacy of that system of measures which will pre serve unimpaired the aacred instrument from which we borrow the name, and as constantly oppose whatever is not sanc tioned by it. We shall unseasingly oppose a National Bank a Protective Tariff In ternal Improvement by the General Gov ernmenta Distribution of the Proceeds of the sales of the Public Lands Assump tion of the State Debts an abrogation of the Executive Veto, as unconstitutional and in expedient. We hope to make the paper worthy of the confidence and support of the Democratic party. And we are determined to see whether a paper, conducted with a devotion to the principles rather than to men, of our party. The proceedings of Congress will receive particular attention and a full and comprehensive summary will be given, including the yeas and nays upon all important questions. The paper, for the preseni.will be issued semi-weekly during the recess, and daily during the sessions of Congress, at five dollars per annum, in advance. W A HARRIS. JNO. HEART. Idmiistrators Notice LETTERS Testamentary having thi day been granted by the Hon. John J. Beauchamp, Judge ef ' Probate Court oi Noxubee County, to the undersigned upoft he Estate of Christopher Nations deed. All persons indebted to said Estate are re quested to make immediate payment and those having claims against the same are requested to present them properly au thenticated within the time prescribed vf law or they will be forever barred. WM. H. FLETCHER. Macon June, 1 1845 6t. RANGERS NOTICE. Taken up by John B. Russell, on the 14th day of June one sorrel Horse 15 years old, hind feet white, some sign of gear, le eye out. Appraieed at $15. Q. XV. EDWARDS, danger.