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Vol. I. Louisville, Miss. Saturday, November 12,1812. No. 21. Vuhlihnlt,rry Sulunhn M irniiiq, IJY JOHN If. If ANDY, MltOj Ann fNOfNIKION, Trm, TWO M)LI..i.H n yrnr, AilvertiniiiMiiH will lu liisrrtctl hi tint utitul ruftm, iN'tcw 0 m. mm Mom-.r MAnntr. CtlHHkCltll WttMV M 1MI AlW JtM I H Stl'Mi. IfnttM SittTt"ity Not, Bovreitfii, fcpa'ush Doubloons In triut do American Gold, () frhC ir, t & 74 $4 M) 4 n $!o lie IU AO. 60 I i U2. 1 a I prrm , $J HO A M par. MeMtsil Dollars, Half Dollar. D,mM - ' - psr. NIW 0LBi -ITI BANK!!. Hank of Louisiana, P liiu Hank. P)l SpeCIC. Ifr ft- disc'l Mecfnlct and Trsdei's Bank Union Bank, 6s7 Citr Bank, Louiiinnii State Bank, Ciirrolllon flunk, Canal Bunk, Commercial Bank, Consolidated Bank, fiionu Kiink. J i (I do .!,. do do do do do do ilo do do do 11 a I .'4 do 6 a 10,1,. 15a IK do 11) a Udn 30 ii 34 do 33 a 36 do Exchange Bank, New Oileam, 55 a Ci do Improvement Hunk, d 65 a 60 do Atchafayala Hank, ilo BO a Ha do Runk ni 0,lfiiM. do 60 a 65 do Commercial flunk, Natchez, checks 1, 12 a 15. on Merchant' flmk, New OileansJ discount. KOTM Or THC MUMCIPA LIT1ED. Municipality No. One 9 I per ci. clisc't Municipality No. Two, Sail do do Municipality No. Three, 45 a 50 do do UNCUKHEN T MOHEY. United State fl.ink Notes, 55 60 d'.sc'i. Albania Siate Hank, and Blanches, 14 a 16 Plni.teM' Bank Pot Notei, Natcher, 65 a CO Aar'Cii'turiil Pint Notes, 50 a Grand Gulf, C5 a '0 Mississippi Unnni Bank, 80 a 85 Commercial aud railroad bank, Vicksb'c 81 iW) Port Gibton, 60 a 70 50 a 60 Arkansas, Georgia flitnke, Virginia and South Carolina, WESTERN BANKS. Cincinnati, Ohio Country Banks, Kentucky, lintiuoa, ' State flank of Illinois, , Bank of ll'enois, Shawneetown, Tennessee Banks, uncertain. 3 a 7 dis t a3disc't. 5 a 10 par a 1 4 a 6 65 a 70 65 a 60 3 so V ; TABLE Showing wrtEN, and where,' the CmcviT Coxtbt or each Coi'NTr this State is held: couvhes. What AJuii- Iouiy Seats. day hfild. Adams Amite Attalla : Bolivar Carroll Cluiborue Clarke Copiah Coahoma Covington l)eSoto Franklin Green Hancock 1 Iliads ' Holmes .Itawamba Jackcsoii 'Jasper - Jefferson f Jones ' Kemper Lauderdale Lawrence Leake Lafayette Lowndes , Madison Aanonl . Monroe) Narshall JNeshoba ; Newtoti , Ooxubee Oktibbeha 4 inAfy & N Na'chez do do Libert v I iu Apl' & O Kosius'o 2 do do Bolivar 1 do doCarolt'n 2af4in Apl'N Houston 4 iu Mar & O (J'usboro 4 iuMay & N P Gibson do do Quitman I do do Gallatin 2 in Apl' &0 coaho'ch do do Wm'shji Mar & Sep No Heriuui. Jay& LVy'dv'll Apl' & Oct Le'kv'lt do do Sh'lds'bo 3 jlar & Sep Raymo'd 3 'Apr & Uct Lex'gton do do i ulion 4 Jlar & Sept Jack' c h JVay & No Paulding do do Fayette Ap'l & Oct Ellisville do do UeKaib 4 May &Nov ilarion 4 Apl' & Oct LWticello I do do Carth'ee 3 Af.iv & Nov Oxford . 1 I t Apl & Uct columb's 1 Jlav & Nov canton i Wpl' 6,- Oct Columbia do do athens laf 4ilayS-N II. spinas 4 May $ No Pbiladel 3a f 4 ilaySN Decatur 3 in Ap'l 4 OLlacon taf 4 Apl & 0 Sarkville .Perry i i in S- O .uteusta .Pontotoc 3af4 .pl O l'oiitotoc riKe L in Aay if 2s I do do Holmsvll Ponola Rankin -, Scott) ' Ponola Urandon Uillsboro Westvill Fairfield I June Sf Dec juf 4 iJay4-N i in M&y 4' N if 4 Jjy$'N l in May 4 N Simpson ; Smith - Tallahatuhit ::h'iston ommer Tunica Tippah t in pi Sr O I do do Kiplcy Tishatmngo Warren Washington J- do ) do do do I do do do do faemto Vicksb'g Princet n Wayne Wilkinson I Winston; fYalabusha YWK ,'. d( Ain'chs' Woodv'l Louisvill d(; Jaf 4 an'l & 0 l may & No ioffeevill 1 do dol Benton A OK II A T I ; N I I) l( U I S i; ! V, 1 77.7) A I A 7 i.S .M VH DA Y I'VSt AMI CNHOMC1.K. jv.mii.y A.n svm'V.h or M AM MO I II U.V-1. mi: NKW VOI.fJMi:,OCTOBi:H, 184. The proprieio'i of ilie fstmiUr Drrnint p,t Imtrjiiil puichiteil th' entire iiiablitliinril ol llir aturdrty (.'llrtnlC.le,,, ant nlno of ihr linl-(l Snin,1' wrrkly nrst'-iiappr, (hi ini- 'ii nil l'm of whiali fiK:m Uiey luve miil witt, tin' In aty lit nl itia ruiuriin) runt, a l it in 1 1 y r oi 'i. yeiirt ii"tlii,(C, an,i now iS'.nn llii t.ifrr In nut', ui,,lrr the title ni the "Unittd Statu Saturday Vim$ and Ckroni- The prei tit ntimtier will riiinmenrt THE iith rO.'.UME, And with the superior facilities now pogsrx.d by the proprietor, thvy can aliurd to pulilisn larger, hHlinfouier, ami brut r pnpi-r lor lite uiu nry than can he had eUrwIme. I lie e-iiturial ilepnttmeiit will he under the cortrul of several genlleinmi of high li'.rrtir) siamling aud atiiiily, and will be conducted rnh a nigiee of vior and spitit UiMt must icmlrr the pi,-r one of in very best ever k-sueil in the country. The great size of the sheet will enable the proprietors to give a greatfr variety of original and telenet! matter than cim be founrf in coiein(orniy sheet. The matter will in iuiny re-neds be of a liiflt-r-ent quality, 't he design of tltv piopnetora bein( to make a First Hate Family Newspaper In every philiculat , calculated to meet the wislies ol tne people fioin tine ol the I'nioii to the other, the following Hrethe points to which .hey invite attention, as embiacing me charac ter of the sheet . v THE GHEAT SIZE. It is a sheet of the Urged class printed on fair, clear type, with fine white peper, and con tains more ret, ling mailer than any weekly pa per published. POPULAR TALES. It is devoted to trie highett gradt of light i.iteratiiie, eacn iminnci coiiuiotng three or four chaste original ami selected l'AL4; which, winle they tlmll iiiterett the young, shall at the same liuis lediit a nion l. It aito contains uiucti good, eirt never tttiv bad 1'Ot l kV. - A colc- otlw coiiiiti(l of well-toNk Auecilote. Kicli llu- mor, foiotetl V it, Jimt Satire, airH feiuiiueiit Ui iiiou luuchltig. ItemitaiiM alm tne greatest variety of Ungiiml Tah-t !ea sketches, Ktsayr, Poetry, hong, Charades, besides Iho latest an I best clrclionv Ironi the Anuricaii and Kngln-h iMaazitit S, and all the other loumaint of choice Original liteietore. lit fine the I'ost, npnn which the concern is fnuiiilcil, hns been conce'ied ever)leie tube the first newspaper in the country iu the qiHtiny and quantity ol its Original I a es, Kiayi, I'm try, and other matter. I he folinwing wmern, hoe articles appear regularly in its columno, aie a warruntof its merits. T S.Aithnr. anthfir ofiThomat J. Beach, "Teniperanca Pledge,'!.. vVlihm Siit!ers, an- " I he Lrken .vier- thor of "The Mituua cluint,'' ft ixi other Tcm Valiev," D. Anderson. ierane Sloiies, Pioft ssor J. H. Ingra-Lvdia H. Sisnuruev, ham. Mill dot of 'Ltfitie,'.!' . W. Thomas, author lvvd, ic. tec. of "Clint.. Bradth iwe," .lei-te E t)'v , anthi'r "Howard lincktiey," '. I heies (.'laik. ot the M.og ,.f old n'ti ides, Kr kr LouitFitxgerHldTasisti K. M. wavh. iMiss K. Leslie, N. P. Wiliis, Mrs. F.tnmaC. Embury Mrs. A. Ammn, V'M. I Hinbert, James Ii. Dana. , Lewis J. Cist , LfitiH J. Piersnn, .V t J. A'stelie, John (j. i.it.her. Mist . W. ttling, Mrs. Ji. K.JVichtM, Mrs. Ameiiu fl. Uelbr, J . I'omlin . J . Ros flmwne, iucy Seymore, Mrs. Mary M. Ptrsins, Mis. CHnditie F. Oine, Mn M Si. Leon Loud, rs. Aim S. Stephens, i. T.S Sullivan. Mrs. K, C. Sie Imnn. vt rs (J. L lltiiii. inii others. Theo. S. Fay, Geo. P. Moms, FrtiM is S. Osgood, Alfred B. Plreet, iliirim Wllnce. 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Th uumberfor Jauuary, l43, will be the first of th 35th vol i me. Its long sud uniformity successful carter, from its commencement with a few hundred sub scribers, until the present time, when it hat a cir culation ot 50,000 copiet per month, it ptrliapt as good an evn suoe of Lt great a d constantly 1 Cleaning merit at th publisher bat it In hit pow er lo offtr. To its old tuDscrioers, ne uutti, no tttsurancet are necessary of hit determination to maintain itt piesent ascendancy overall the ri val pt riotttculs of the country. I he engagement during the past year of such teen at BKYaNT, COOPfcR. DANA, l.ONGFfcLLOW, HOFF MAN. M ANCUR and others, ofh'gh reputation ui th literary world, asBKnuLARCorrTBiBO Turs, in addition to a previous list embracing many of the ton names in the nation, Is a suffi cient guarantee thatthe woik wil) eont nuato be th principal medium of communication between the best auihoitaod the public. Among tns at tritions of the 35ih volume, will be several TALtS by Mr. CooPKR, Mr. Gratan, Mr. HoT ma, Mr. Atancur, Mr. Herbert,, Miss Leslie, "Vlaiy Clfert," Mis, Embury, Mr. llt and Jtfit. Stephen , FOMS by Mr. Bryant, Mr. Uana. Mr. Lougtellow, Mr, S'reet, Jtfr.Seba Smith, Mr. Osgio! nd JIi. Sigourney ES SAYS by M. Fay, Mr. Jones, Mr. I'ui kermao, Mr IVB,e!C.etC. Tea following mo COmpUtt list of ioi tnbut rs will convince thd reader that it it well nigi. impoiciole to hhV a superior Corps iu Ui rsetit age ( -,..(- James Feuiutore Ooopef Author of "The Spy,,f Th Pilot," "The Pioneer',' lAsvl Hittory "Hooi as Founo," 'flie Auicican Democrat etc. ft. II. Dana. Author of "The Buccaneer," The Idis .Van," xViMourses on Shaksyeare," etc. W. C-Rryant, Author of "The Ats,'The Fountain, and other Poems," etc, - ; T. C. Oiaun, Author of Mlighwaysfc Byway, Jaqueiine ot Holland,' '.History ol in fleth rlaiids.",,ha Heiress of Brueesi" etc. 11. W. Longfellow, Author ol "Voice of the N.ght," "yiyperior," Outre Met," "Bal lade Si other Poem," etc. N. P. Willis, Author of "Two Wayt of Dy. lore Husband," MDklings of AdventurS," Letters from under a Bridge,' etc, C. F. Holfinan, Author of VN lid scene in the Eorest tttid Prairie,' A Wintsi in the Wetl' tc , VV Falconer, Author ot "Translations fron Coe temporary French & German Poets,1 Residenc in th isle of France,' Henry William Herbert, Author of Oiomwell, etc i .: ii. T; Trckerman, Author of "Rambles & Rtr eries,'tc. T. S. Fay. ,--. Joha S.JVtaneuf. , , . . . v ..,., j iiufus VV. GriswoldT Cpcs Sargent, Author of Velatoo. Tha Genoese, .etc i ' r . . . J Park Benjamin, Author of Sonnets & Lyrical Poems, etc. ' ' ' VN ilium Giloiore Simmt,i4uthor of Guy -Riven, etc. James flustel Lowell, Author of A Year's Life & other I oenis, sic. Frederick W. Thomas, Author of 'Clinton Brat - tliawe, etc.- .,.,. "' i. - Cornelius Mathews, Author of The Politician, etc. ', "' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ilrv. II alter Celton Author of Constantinople it i'hens. etc L. F. Tasistro, Author of Random Shots, Agath etc. - , ' f ' - Alfred B. Street, Author cf Nature, The Burn ing of Schenectady, eic. George Jiill, Author of The ' fluiotof Atbent, etc. . t , . . Albert Pike, Author of Hymns to the Cods, etc. - ' ! v- : ElgnrA. Po. . . , . II. II. weid. . ' ' Jnme Alrliich. ' S ' s ! ": ' ' lion. Aubert T. Conrad. ... ,, , .,j William K. fluitoo. i 1 George Lunt.'- ' u Av. Louis L. Noble. J.K.Mitchell. CR, Peterson. " s ; v f i. H. ingrahanu - , . , . . , II. Greeley. George H, Colton. -Reynold Coat, M. Dt Walter Lumlor. ' " Jame T. Fieldt, s t flnbert Morris, W. A. Jones. r ' ' ' 1 I . Gfabam . Ladle' & Genticmans4 Magasina . pates wm b principally tteyoieu w What lllltliall lain.J 1!kS tttaralliraj' ' llwill I w i;.ii...:A.j . f wi ...... .ri. TOttt it f- AO-'