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THE J tiiinahMiiuiiwHtvl Republican R. tew, ill be ih(,!iIh),1 ia tiw ciiy of -1 ajtoa, Di.kt l Vl mi ii:,, on tin 1st dnyof Juimary uc i, and delivered iwmtniy in all parts t-U tin. Liiiii iuii'.-t devoted utdiuivrlv tii advan.fiiu-1 o pu- great pimeiplet of the Whig p.vy, and J(e cuJiu.agv nit of literature and v . "I 'no of' tlie'v t y??r t confirmed JU m llliudt iif tile In ire r ' vlii.ir kJ -...;,.... of the rVliigUriy, thata .. jujra exs iuhepc. , nodical pie.J of me eount m ii, sholll), bfj , W....U1HUU ih proitucuons tf our mat statesmen wii uicMiy nij KcienUlic sutrcts, and those of the ;nuueut litejary genius of wlifch the United Btatcenbist so ample a hare,ou. theTaiiius nuiyuns Wai prrteut taemwjlvr, to a sound and Jit tf-jfonuoijrdaji'Ui. piratl,.nf tfaniyfer. (iUVEKNJUENT OF, MISSlSSlTFJ. v. miMi(rreii iishir:gtl)ir'Kevievl c6ih I - . ' !'".6f.W!l!.t'h 5l" be. ", J ibe'wicrin ; A. G. McNiitt. Governor. tiU 1&10 the recsiyt ot tliel iliird B. V. Bs,Nso,'Socretry of Mat.'' il A. B. Saondkrv, Auditor of Public Acemiu'ts. lone I,'; .Silas Bxown, State Treasurer. '""'' t 1.1 OiiLUss, Attorney Ocuerul, bll Jvovem- itcfcrmot be doubted that th htw.ent ot!,:. . Buitds-tM publication or a work calculator! to jni ruie and circulate true end honest political inform , matio, a,,d to Counteract the direful influence ex Tteftjr. monthly perweicrd of a similar nature published in tins city, uneer the auspices, and bear.' log tl name of the self-styl.id democracy of the antral toy, advocating rte measures which, if SUr- ,3re Wd t0 ,n0ll,dcr " S the fab. nc of our ilob,o Cm.stimtion, by placiiw construe- uu newjwii:e ana advance thurea . camj of cornet ambition . " , Toe union of jnich principles with a general lit eutart as 1 have insulted U,e common Vnse and oii7 of the outry, by prl.u'ming theMar- , detestaide from the Insidious way in which thrv . ao co-ubmed, tends directly to the dirganu. n!","1 """V8 Americans, should ue held moM iwcrea. 1 nis cnmLLiatiun secure them a ciaulation iu quarters' to which thev Muon,'rhier might not otherwise; penetrate, as fctdl as from tt I At BraoJon, J . IJi. niRii-toueKl phiiantbrcfyand cxpan , ave hbmitlr of views, with which they are ai t Sdly able to invest themselves, for he purpose ot iedlii,g their way into the heads through the un mspeeuni hearts i,t that cla on vhich depends . u mm uupps 01 tiia natibii- its "";" ""in me,. .... nco. : o lubicupticu'ti.Uu fur a leu ''term year. All eommimiratlonf, fiost paid, addressed 'to the pub ishers at their ri iVnro. ti..nrM,ur., i will receive prompt attentr . Puhjhhersofiews. papers who will copy the f-ogoiefj prospectds will receive a copy of the work in exchange. ' T FULTON & SMITII. Geurgetown,D.C..Oct. JO, J83tf. I : (Banks, Tha Planters Bank, ISalchei, capital $4, w,uwf ManiK u. vvilWns, President, hi W Manderi: Cashier. It has seven ferancVeH; 1 in Manchester, E. E. Pope, president E. J. PinkcrtiSn, cashier. ' - : 2 7a Vicksburg, W. L. gharkey, )residfDf, Kobe.t Kiddle, casbiar. , . : J 3 hi Pott Gibson. D. Vf rtner. lirMiHan.- w. F Goodin, ca'hier 1 ' ' I 4 In Woodville, II, Connell, president, A. M. Feltui., cashier. i 5 In Monticello, A. Fox,' president,' J.'S. Carson, cashier. ',,'. 6 In Jackson,' J. lI.Morloa, president, VV. C. Rii hards, Cashier, 7 In ColTmihus, A. Wier president, IV, B. viinrmn, CHSiner, JUDICIARY. Judgt of the iligk Court of Error and peals. -Vim. L. Sharkuj, J. K ."Ti otter, and P. iCutilius K. rray. wrr itobert A. Patrick. Tb high court of arrors and appeals has no ju nsnicuon,exceprwniprqjH;ny oeiorigs to a' court of errors uud appeals; its teioiis aro holdeu on ...vii. ... i 'e l- . . .. . mearst juonuay ci ivcemoer and Januarr, at Jatksori : being virtually but one sestiou per aiiuum 1 CfiANcELLoR tiv the Sxatl Edward Turner, Clerk K. L. Dikou. " - ' , 1 The superior Coart of Chancery has juriidic- uou over an mattery pieas ana, compiumts what soever, belongiig tojor cosnirable in 'a court of e quiryj it holds two sessions auaualfy. , , UllUsUH tUUKl. f This court-has o'rigi.ial jurisdiction in civil-cases, iu which the sufrt in controversy1 ex :cedii .r)l). For each of the 7 'circuits, a judge and attoruey iuiJnuiiiuiiy, iroin hot, jooJ. ,'', hn.JtiDKiAV. DiuTxicT, composed "of the coun ties of Adams, 't'laiboriie, JeffcrsAn, Warren and Washington George , Coalter, Judge. Johu JJ. Freeman, District Attorney. Jd. Judicial DisTnicif composed of thecoun- TBAbHICIJLTURL BANK, 'Natchez, T, Y I IS. ' I . Caruthers, District Attorney.' " cspifal $2,000,000, Win.,' J. Minor, prwideu .r- Aiernll, nasluer, It has one branch at Pontotoc, in the county of the saroe noie, Samuel Wbtt, president, W, Goodman, cath'r. ' The Commereiai Bank, Naluhez, capital $2,000,000, L. II. Marshall, presideut; Thom as II. Henderson, ra-hier. It has 4 blanches. 1 At Canton. Win, L. Balfour. Harris, nresidnnt. i,; -, 3 At Holmesvill- n. Cleveland. ? 4 At ShieldMboroush, P. H. J'nor, president. , The Rail JloJ Bank, Vicksbur-r, capi'al at,w,vw, j. ,u. iayi.tr, president, Ihos. E Kohins, caslier. ' It has one branch at Vernon. ine uratij ua f ........ mre experienced sagacity of company, capital :$'i,000.0P0, " uTOHius a moment in tccoc- 3d. . J udicial District, composed of the coun' ties of , Wilkinson, Amite, Franklin, Pike, Marion, Lawrence, and Hancock James Walker, Jtit'ge. C. C. t;age, District attorney. 4th. Jodicul DjsraiCT, composed of the coun ties oi isopiua, oimnson. Lovniiiton. tsnuth. ott and JNeshoba Iluckurr Harris, Judge. E. G Peyton, District Attorney. 5th. Judicial Distkict, composed of thecoun tics"of Jackson, GrcAe, Perry, Wayne, Jones, jasper, Clarke and Lnuderdale Thomas S. Stcr hue,- J ud;c. John Watts. District Attornev Cth. Judicial DisTtticT, composed of thttfcoun ties of Lowndes, Kemper, Winston'and Octibb, -.Judge. 1 Henry S. Bonne it, fj7tlIEsubsrriUrb JJ. asortiuent of a Monticello Ola 1115 purchesed a snlrndin v Ti rt , are picparud to i execute Job Work of a kind with neatness- and .-patcii. cqiEA &, Sept.- li CAMEKOX. NOTICE TO NEWSMPElt PUBLISHERS rrrUfE Editor of thff DELEW AREAS, pu'li- M. ' iisiieo at ilmingbn 1'elaware proposes to ' A GENERAL Literary, LW , , IA' si,;nal, and iM.sceltaneou.jSH; cd ut Wasblngt..!, D.r.n. i, .V" l3 at the hirhjM ibaracier. P,imd n"!Ki "'.tine whh. : ' wud ;holeofit ben!levoted to v4.rable'rpn ii.g reading mn'tti'r, . , '; - p tuiu in advance.' - ' - . - . 4,1 P .Four.papers'wilJtebent to rta .j fiir the ,ii " .,Br h. ... w.. ' ""'(Bll r I prepare a" PiBWMfA WlKliCTUKY, and j--.wr,,.6 uonara; nine for iT perhon acting as agent scribers, enclosing rive .h,frir n.ii. a fnim- iM ..,.1.-1 . i tunneen inrtwtniv to J. lJV'eiW ..umber .fS fiftVfn.Af. t. t..-.i. - t.. i cj..i..i ...: r it. i. . i iars. j, i nc unciouifri htti .." iibiiur in mi: lyunL-H. piiuoa nui " lurwaru nun tiiuit Yvnt. rnnu nfllinip tin il.r. , ,T I4,t irttunlc tn IIIVVL,.. ..,,, w. flP,'? ..V ...aIUM W i ... . A . . " "-.MV. .i i" : c.... ; ..t-.i.. !..... wui.'os asumcient ren, t,r r... .l. raii;c, Vciii uy ok.u,8ivii u.cir puiujLi. ur f H I ' , u" Doner i. this favor, each editor sending bis paper shall re- 1 - 1 tta ceive one copy of the Directory as soon as made "sununers, wioKssllers, and in era,, readv. Theadvantasofaheetofihi,kind to P""'8 mtsted in the success of 1 4 nnhli.hrr.: ho annarent fa - . ,t,6e " 0 "PMly requested to M , .J.w. r,..-. ..... .. ;v . , . I: '.,'. ....... ,.. - . -T ftnrJbditors will please copy the above one w twice, in order to give it cumulation,;, Jreb, JT. - , . ' . - ii ..... "fie. WHITE, HAGER Ko. 1 KE agents for the sale of the Smith and Rust Xa. rrinting Presses, with which they can lur- iiish their customers at manuiactuier's prieest Chases, Cases, Composing Sticks, Ink , and every article used in the printing business, kept for, sale , ..- HI... i .. . i im iuuinjuaumni ineaDava ii i . "S"nii most liberal character, ' BWDlf4e AH letters to be addretsed, ftee 0rBn , 4.AXSUI liKE & O'SUI.I iv 7 iVrEditor, Ihrouchout theGS.'n' D'c ! ted to copy and noiiee- this advertl r")u"' Mehopolitan will be scut tn ,!. . " tbr I this request.' ; i- vuT'UlS id. nmiiS the real naked defiinnitv r .!.:. ot m.foein iUdicahsm under all the fair seeming dius they may assume, yet to the younethev are rletr with a subtle danger of thu most ber niciugs character. u; - , . Tha National Magazine and Republican Rc irw, is indeed, and will be conducted with these ,t,. i. 1-i Z :rr TT'"11 view Wardell, .hiar. ca tbe r; a-r CrefkRail .based heiHwsaUSatrX Jican WWg party, aS well as for the inZ ' P' '., v. vv. .viuncaster, cash mentand maintenance nf - o-- mriaiure, DUmif!:(r will na lU ........ . . J. P.' 1'arbor j. .Miieuuer, cashier. o1rh1C0'Bmei'Tisl Bank ' Ko'lcey, capilal $8,00,1)00, Thomas FreelauJ, president; John Goodwin, jr. cashier. The Cciamcrrial Bank, Manchester, M. B. Ilanfcr, president. J. J. Huln!. ;The Mississippi and Alaiwma Hail Moid Com- 'uo's le Soto and Tunica Frederick W. Hu rany, orandon, W. II. She toa. President 7.. I 'l"S Juito. 8. L. Isaacs, District Atrornev ha District Attorney, 7th. Judicial Distrj.ct composed1 of the coun tics oi Attala, Leukc, Kankin, Madison and Hinds I. R. Nicholson, Judge. J6hn II. Rol- lin.'-, Diitrirt Attorney. . Sth. Jcoi ci At DisTKicT.'comDO'ed of the conn- ties of C-imhoma, Bolivar, Marshall, Lafayette, Dth. JunictAL Distkict, composed of thecoun- ties of Jlonroe, Chickcsaw, ; Pontotoc, Tippah, iisueiiunno, ami itawamou feteohen Adams. ii.. "I Wl,,ne"ncr fiP'e expense ill the ;uiunaiuiuriineiKor tne work, nor their ut- mure, io ,-euaer tne Keview useful to the puh hfl in a literary point of view, and honorable to tie country and causa which it is destiued to es pouse as a National work. .. ., ; , The period is fHstarrivingwhenthecountryill emerge from the dominion of a party which has come into power under the corrupt influence of a mi,ica popular prejudice, and which hag advoca- PROSPECTUS or the WSSISSJXTI 'JUATICE. AVD Judge. Reuben Davis. District ylttnrniv. Table shovihig the (tints of meeting of the Circuit CchiH in each county of this k'tale. Count, BLL'd GUIDE. HE scarcity of the ( Revised Code and sheet acts of the I ficully with which the Justices and constable of this btate supply thenwelves, and the great wan! ol such a work, as a Justice of the Peace on mr of office See5.s. n fbe L,t"Z tr.: "... V. . 1 . 1 uuca oiler to tha Just,. o the tanMi,, being ahk 7nff Z "lWf f ,.h' 0"t ...jumu a tuu, sunn upon tne tree in. stituu&ns of the country, that can only be eradica by he triumph of tlie principle, which govern the Republican Wnig party of tlie present day. 1 lie advocates of tha principles alluded to, who Dave stood foremost in rfeAmce of the Constitution and Laws wht'n they were as diminutive as a party could be, exerting the strength c.f a Leonldas hat- wa., me nost ot erxes, and Wave nearly sde . ceeded in rescuing the government' from the eraso of corruptit n. will deem it their imperative duty to continue their efforts, end it cannot be better done than by supporting a pcridicol of high standing for sound poliiical pririple and literary worth and such. an one will be found in the National wagazmeand Renulilic-io Rovi.. ' , Tlie success of the Magazine will therefore de pend, in. a measure, on the great-' body of the bp. ponents of the present Administration, who, terest it w ill be to aid in its perhfianeiit establish ment. . And it will be equally 1inding oii tfie tal ented and patriotic band of leading Whigs to spare neither time nor labor t(tha"explanation and ad vbcacy nf the true and only principles on which depenifc'tHe great experiment of Republican Gov- rnmeiu Having made thcte few remsrkorrihe polUical cast of tie publication, w feci cnnftdnit that its utility will be readily pBiceived by the public, and tully appreciated. In addition to the prttitkal fea- iurs, me loimwing will be the principal subjects , " virw wiu treat, uom the pens of tne most celebrated writers of the present day. . 'Reviews aud Criti:al Notices' will 'occupy a aart of its page--, thereby giring praise' to genius, pud censure to such productions only as1 arc rich . ly deserving of - . . - , A sketch of tKe1 proceedings of Congress will be given at the close' of each session" in whi will be explained the ca'use and tlTvct f ll prominent acis arffl ineasiTTs, compiled by a grntlAnan of acknowledged ability and oppoitunity to ariance and coBect such matters as will prove both iutertw- aim siiMruf uve, .. . i'; ElecSou Jieturns will be given in'a tafcularform, embracing ali electins of Importance in thovarious 8tatcs,ttg early as practicable afteTie reception of oincial returns. . . - . Essays and Tales aNo form nn iihportnnt part of the work, and nH origiual articles df this character will receive prompt attention. Tlie object, of the publishers, next to enhiUiciug the.gM cause in -niwn iney nav einoaWM, will bo tfi furnish the reader with Mich matters 'as will both instruct and amuae, such as ' Sketches aud Reminiscences of events too min nte for history. - Biograptiic-il and Histo'iical Sketches of distin guished pwsouagrs, Jfcc. ; priginal'Poetry will be well sprinkled tferonrh its pages. . . Engravings of diFtingui'.hcd Stetesmen. If the wVkhould receive the same eucooraeement hs is usually extended to periodicals of a literai-y and -v,v..... vi,uni.v..i, me uiM:iiutT!i io inn idtvjew tosrether wlth'a complete set of forms of Deeds! uui.u?, a Knowiedementa of Dower.' ... v.,. c lusii umenis, To place such a work into the hands of Josli- cts and Cofiftablee would save much trouble KI time to'bfficers ieci. As tha law now slauds it is with tha ut most difficulty to be ascertained whether a writ ten law u ia lorce or not, which often misleads The work will be'pablfehfxlinoue Duodecimo volume, law binding;, corifpr-istng from tvo huo died and fifty to three hundred pages, Vith a digested index ol the extents, giving a conden sed statement of h!I it confains. The work will be ready for delivery by ho r-f Jtfarr h IA39. r , " v- HUTLEli, J. P. Carrnllton; i'ept. t5 ir38 - , Ja S. COLLINS, : Attorney andCrttirisellor at Law IWmes County, Mississippi. "Septra 1S37, jy. Adams, A i in to, Attala, Bolivar. Cauoll, Chck asaw, Choctaw, Claiborne, Clarko, Copiah, , t'oahomn, tov'nton, Do Soto, Franklin, Gicen, Hancock, ' Hinds, ' Holmes, Itawamlia, Jackson,- Jasper, J ctierson, Jones, - - Kemper, LAW JffOTlOE. f & S. SMITHS ha v a?s6ciatpd ' ' lhplilijlvie iri I rio 'a l ' 'aw, they wj sttt-nJ to professional tu Mnenin'tbp Superior' Courts held in 'acksGn. aii.l in the countips of Law. runce.'.lftrit.n, Covinplon, Simpstm. "Co r!l. i:i..'i:.... ' ' -;. . . , .... r.u j ikc, any ou?ines roiifjtied to their care Vill receive lhp"fr undivided attention. :0. ' Fpb. T, 1838 17-tf. On ichat Mandav Court is held. 'M in Apr. & Oct - 2d do do . 1 1st dp - do 3d do do 2d aft 4th in Mar . ' "Sept. ' -6 after 4th in April and October, ' ;lst after4thin April lld October, " ' s3d in 3Iay & Nov i!d do - do 1st , do do Udin A or &. Oct : : 3d May A- Sov 4th Mar& Sep '1st April 4, Oct '1st do do 1st Mar &. Sep " 2J after 4uY in April and Oct. 2d after 4th in' March and Sept. - 7th after 4th in April ' and Oct " 4th March-A-Sept, 1st May&. Nov, 2d J une & Dec -4th April & Oct 3d mav Sr-J.inv i ; ' " 1 liauuuraaie,' 3d JVtay 4c Nov Iawrence, i'd Mar &, Sept ' Leake, , 2d April &. Oct Lafayette,, 1st afieHilHu- April ami uct 2d April &, Oct ' 4 th ' do do 5d Jlr& Sept , 4th April & Sept 3d Mar&Sept 2d Juue A-3d Dec 1st Jan & July 2d Mav & 1st Nov 5th May it 4th Nv ' Jd April & Oct '' 2d after 4th in April ' and uct P'e. ., 4th March & Sept ' Poiiola, 4th April & Oct . Rankin, 3d dr.' Lewndcs, Madison, Marionr Monroe, , Marshall, Neshoba, Newton. Noxubee, Octibfceha, reny, ' Pontotoc, county scats. Natchez, -Liberty, Kosciusko, and Carrol'ton, Houston, Greensboro', 1 Port Gibson, ; tuitmaii, CralJutm, ' Loahomac. h 'Williamsburg, - ueriiando, J jvieadviiie, leakeviile, ' Miicldsboio Raymond, 'Lexington, Fulton, Jackson, 0. II. 'I'auldiug, r aycttu, - Ellisvillc, Do Kalb, Marion, . Momicello, Mjartliage, 'Oxford, Columbus, 1 Canton, tfcluinbia, 'Attieiis, , Holly Springs, 1 hilaoelphia, wecatir, Mai-nn, Staikeviltc, Augusta, and furnished on short nouce. Old type taken in exchange for new at nine cents per lb. N. o. Newspaper proprietors wnn will give the above three insertions will be entitled to hve. dol lars in such Articles as they may select , from our Specimen v . " .' i E. WHITE it HAGER. ' ' March 1, IS3S3t. , ; : ',. NEW, YORK WEEKLY WlIlGi The constant rails at cur olhcofor a . weekly paper has induced usio coinineiife tho " I'he New York Wki.klv Wh'iu." ''.We. have in curred lonsidernble txpeiue in order to fumi-h our readers with a sheet sulliciently large to coiitam all the urce?sary matter expected in a weekly paper We now present them with the LARGvsr .PAPER IS THE UMTED STATES. ,, , . - Om Politics our tourse i .alewdy known; our hi tides will be ..comprehensive, ; moderate and candid, wild enough hrmucos and decissinn to'coiivinf e our advirsariks UimJ 'they cannot drive us Ironi the field while there "is a rag ol ; the Whij' banner for us lo rally wider. - Scientific SsETciiiia will also appear re - "PROSPECTUS ." OF. THE LADY'S BOOK. HyiIS ( a lg'i circulation than ; ""i Monthly Prriodiral in AL V OUKED PLATE OF THE LATEST p1' ION IN EVERY NUM1JER7 FAS IT WAS with "sincere pleasure that lishcrs mentioned last soiivm, ,), ..... t& which the LADY'S HOOK" .... i :a MERICAN MAGAZINE, "10BK ED1TE.D BY MllS,SARATT.T ITATf It in with equal nleasiii-u 'thnt'twi . . the patron, of a work thilt h, J raugrmeut.with ';.'- . , ' " MISS T.PT if Author of Peucil Ski-ii-K.. at 7 .. rot.. &c. tt.wh,, k ",fii Hale , lending ,0 ,be pages of the l, Bonk. Her poa erlu) aid will flommenr. w H January Number, 1838. Inadditinn ,. larly. We have made arrangemen's by which, we will be enal led to prtstul every week, excel lent Medical KtroRTs. This department will be under tlie supervision of, n of tha . niot eminent, expericticed uiid- skilinl surgeons of this city, aud cannot fail to be exceedingly in teresting. I There-is not a medical journal pub- isiied iu New oi"k, and something at the kmd haslnen much needed. We trust our medi al depactoicut will' in a great measure supply (he'want cf so dosirable a puhliculkoh,..-t t'OREIC.V AND DOHRSTIC EWg, V. 8 'shall give as tully as po.8ibl-, and we intend 'to coppj argely troui th t ench and English 'papru. iXoheiu.n LiiTEaATcKE will met with cHrelul atieniion. uup revonrces in this ucpurtmeni are inexhaust ble. German and French. Lite ratine will be paiticu arly uMictd. "I hi di frittien; is supplied by' one of the' btfst thui la r sol ihe country., Historical Jsketchss will appear frequent, ly, and, care will be obscrved to nave Ihcm correct. ,.) BiOdBAriiiCAL Notices of prominerit men. willtornia portion of the feadme; matter'of the VVeeklv Whig. lU is our Intention 'to 'furnish ar curate wooJ cut likenesses of our native po ets. TifE 'Drama we take under our especial kee ping-, anu wnne we snail endeavor to Oo-ustice to the talented, we shall also closely Criticise 'he wretched murders so constantly coaiiniUed upon tne tage. rvKAfciNGH roa'CniLDREN Will bv furnished wnn a wood t utsenerally atfoinnanviriw. Our ...'.. - i j n ' f " otp?ot here will be to interest and amuse the nitig enerhiion. IKK iMiiRicot the slsze 'needs refornmiinri aud It will become our duty to point out, as idi- hi pofsime, several imornvemeuts w h rh tMA n..wl'..(.l.. ... 1 u.. i, ... . -,c .u:ii uicijr icvjuiicu vy me ThiiiUIV' llltribi. sin? intelligence ol the ccmomnit v. , To the Ladies we have it word tn av we shall not forget their interf-sts'ihsHs. I L- i.il:..'. v -it i . . ' r. nc. mu uitr iHsmui.j will Claim OUT tiot cii f o. qomitly, nod receive .siMi . alteution as will please. We are fuliy aware, that to render our paper Breeable, w amst receive the imI. iuii.miu eiHuiiragement oi our ir friends. every number of the woik next v car v. ill rnZ ! PLATE OF SUPERBLY cffioSS .TlfK MlilRCriht ml'a..A.- .... dfcavors to show bis cr;.iidir! i y ftvorshehasreceived from his kind frieV public. 1 rom among the many female wtilE J America perhaps ne two Ludtrla rn,,i,i h,... I. selected, whone varied talents are so wellalraW ted to adorn a woik like tlie Ladv. Ibni, iv... it-is also mentioned titul 1 1TIE HEM ANN VI iirV. . V, MRS V AI jL-L. ill liLr-ri, tiro CUUIrihnlnr. ! ik. iu cal apartment, it will be useless to watte . nienfin endeavoring to show what is apparent the Lady's Ponk will stand uiiriv.1111... 1. periodicals of the country. ion im'r v vl Comaing .mkc' of W iyji ML) bK in many a case orie'.iwl. TERMS. The Herms of the Lady's Book is Thi. Tv.ii per anhum, or Two Copies for Five Dollars pan ble in advance. " ' All orders mus be addressed to .... L. A. GODET. Literary R.mms, 211, Chesnut Street, one doos below Seventh, Philadelphia. As the publisher of the Lady Bhok is connec ted with with other popiilar perioriicals, lie gests-jfor the purpose of remittauCe the following CLtfBBING. h p 5 $5 Lady's Book and D'Israeli's NrJvelj . Lady's Book and Bulwer's Novels, for . Lady's BooE and Marryatt's Novels, for Bulwer's and MarrvattsNnvL , Lady's Book and Saturday News, : .'... Lady's Book and Celebrated Trials Uulwer's or Marryatt's Novels and Celebra ted Tri.ilt . . l , Buiwcfi and D'leracll's Nrtvai. Maarj-ati's and D'Ibraeli's Novels PROSPECTUS of tiii; ' t PEARL RIVElj BANNER. r"piIE undersigned prooose- to riuhlkh at rke ;ippi a week' We are well s- X town of Mo.VTICEI.LO. Mimkonnk wwHt 1ano hv tUM ilw..:- ' V.J .. . " " " ...uvi w utv auvru ilium. La Wei proiuilt and --tt', ' lsbJunei Dee Office at jMonttcel- mP""i 4th May & Nov , , --'iniin Zili Alay&lst Dec Tallahatchm, 3d Mar 4, Sept Tunica," 1st April & Oct' ' Tippah; 3d Mar & Sept J-isheiningo, lst do da -.' Wttrreii, Lt May & Noir . Washington, 4th Mar &. Sept ' Wayne, 2d Adril & Oct , Wilkiriton, 4ln ,. ,j0 j0 Winston, . ,4th May k Nov Yallnbusha,4tli iIar 4 Sept t ,Yaoo 5th after 4th In March and Sept- 'Pontotoc, , Holmcsville, louoia, Brandon, Scott C. II. Wwtville, Smith GUI. Til'atnba, ' ; Ripley, , '. Jacinto," , Vicluburg,, Pr&ceton, ,' Winchester, "Woodville, Louisiile, Coffeeville, . ,'Ccnton. We shall endeavor to deerve it, by always fur- WiiM ht in attempsing to commence the public nishing something suitable to t.ieir tastes- t'n of a paper at this time, that we will haveto Taixs of eigrossiur 'fute.-esi will alwavs hi' labor Mnder serious disadvantaces: but we lest r ...... .i .i. ... t.i . . . ; - - i ..... .... " . uuuu iu me weeaiy wr. . i . ussurea mat we wiu De sustained by the people of RsviEwaof late puMtvations, and .notices of th Soil,n Eastern purl of our State, as thry ie iuvi nu romancts, win Do I'egularly civen. I wl,u"y nnsuppiien witn a press iu that section; we AilE I'OETIty we iMltili.'h will b r-..,.!,.!!., '"'"tie to tno counties vuth of Brandon aAd Pual VI li... CANTON, MISSISSIPPI,- April 1,1 a.m I'llINTIXO ESTABLISHMENT .POlt'SALLV R.lflri.i , Ulifl ri. . r. n . . 1 1 1 , f . o in. i un uHiiu aireauy sever- hi ueamiiui pieces lioni Known writer .!.., h riini, tutin inspri. , r m ... UfcatRAL iOBCATION Wl f.rm a i IaiIiih . Ia ll,.. IU'-. 1.1. tin- . j i.i5ii HiAiirrroi uio urst imp or l''MnCLUSMENT8, We have ,,vmnl '..nlMl wood cuts, and oiher now wiui the ,uraveril on or more which mayre regularly expected ... wU woimr iiunmer. , he rt mostly fmm original designs, aud will add m..rh i ii,- value of the paper. ling. It is usual in a rrosnertns to iav snmctliine of tbo objects of a pnner, proposed to be nublisherf. and the principles upoa , which it is to be conduct ed. Our .object for we will speak out fraully is first to make our paper a source f profit tft our selves, and secondly while weadsancequrowa in terest, make an honest effort to aiivar.ee thehiw est and happiness f those who- patronize us. We will endeavor tor make our paper profitable and interestine to aur patrons, by the discus sion and elucidation of those subWts. which will db most interesting and ufeful to them. SIAIL ARRANGEMENTS. NORTHERN via Jackson, Columbus &c. .,, ni iu urn unvicw rlp ci will not only find their numbers embellished with Sundays and Wednesday, irt 4 P. AT aiiiTMec npiirn iiim n nrna ttw aiaM.ii, . ii i imin m .wremm.t 7 ' """'la-'d Thursdays, at 6 A. W. w Orleans. rrHE public is respectively iuformcd that thei wy rompetent, ami will devote ' the - " .ti,n. .1 . TV ft , 1 Ll. .... ... ,.. me eastern Clarion is now offered' ' tne'ftew: lork .Markets. Under forsalo, ' The proprietor of the establishment, 0I,P Commercial hem) will be found full re. though reluctant to part with it, isompalled tern- "Tts of the Markets; Pr.ce Current! Slock and porariy to suspend his op)ation, or yield it to Exebangej Bank'Nule Table, and MI mailer Tbcts CovMPBci.r W. ti.n. . ' , '. """J-" suppose m oe titose reiauc to tne VOmhercial. ' v nVe A rrenn mr.lnv.,t l.i-t.nt .!...... i s. . . .r tl. who lor a loof time bus been engaged in nrocu sound moral nrmri,,!.. f .u. . ring- rommerr al intellis-enf. u ' .1. . i- . .1 i. ' v.,,,,,..;... " n I " " in BVCIV I fllUi W Llltl Ilil'lIf'Prlin I IDintAUenlAnl Al thk iAnl nfk vuluablaimumem ' 1 ; ""nunyjanu Thursdays, at 6 A TERMS.--.The Nati,mkMagatinn and Re- at U 1 flERS via Holme.rille, Ne ii.imi.mn review win ne puuiisheil in monthly num- c. !5-.t uagos. eacn, oa nae paper, wvi.-Su.idays end Wednesdays at P at with new and Noisome type, and in the most ap! CI 0FC ' , " ' P M" provH ail mechanical ty.nhical appearance, -""""anJTlH rsdsysat C, A. M- at tl,emdemte price Fvo Dollars a year, pay' EASTERN via Mount Carmel Willi t, ttWeinoUeasPa-inndvasK-pet on the tiwry of ' "iou" armeI Williamsburg, Ciefekd Amhpr.-s4tnwit H.'-sr-. ' .7?. . ' v -r " ' Any pron fm vratti in? tn Fr,jtt-.'u. ..u lrs, and bfro.mn' rerrf.n,ihle fot th- amount of ..i ..7 - T,Miii rwiwa uDi'TrnutxRiong at Uir -rty i The-piibliijhcrs will bt u'"i. l. .... -lied th certiScawof n Port '-'t - r ' J , eurH.wt fnT'Wtolforwiw.M rtKt,n-y. , Jt auhtoibsiuHif4(ai.'.ri ' e .'ioB hiii,siil-si-r'.ber. I'.r !'.! irniu-vi CLOSE3-.Moi.day, and Thuy,, 7; a.m! ' ' ' , . E; ENGELHARD, p. M. OF EVERY KIND, -EmX'TEa AT THIS OfTICEi other hands, by engagements which require his absence from, Paulding, and necessarily ; prevent nis aitcnnanee to the duties of the office, with that re:;uliu ity which is in justicd due to its patrons. T.e office is-etitirely new, & in excellentcondiUon. Ifce location a desirable ono for health and profit, ctmimandmg the immediate patronage of several lluurish ing ami populous counties, and of the east eru comities, gcrornlly. Those wrshing to pur chase will please make application to the pionrie. tor, J. J. McRAE, at Jackson, where their com munications will be punctually attended to. . t P S.:' The building end lotconnectpd with tho office,, .me of th most eligible, fronting on the public square, in Paulding, maybe had if darcd by the purchaser. . , Jan.l,183J.,; " " .-blanks; -r OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, PRINTED Mtt'i ncaUeu and despatch at tltfs if calculated lo.interett husihew men who will all uuu ii io ineir eavatiiage to patmuize us, as we uieuu m Men weexiy paper to insert the ad ver .emi-ms pununog in tno Daily Whig durine Terms. Three dollars a year,' j adranee. and no pper will be furnished unless the terms are strictly complied with. ' '. ORiiERMlor the psper must I'e nddrvsed to the Publisher JAfES G. WILSON.-m the olBce of ihe New York Daily Wio,' 127 Nut. sauStree'. NolaWer, taken f.om the Post OhV , u nl ess po$t pa j'rf. , CoMMOMicinao BiRT'b, addressed to the .' Pn4it.f $5, flollar. (pot Paid) will be entitlsd to two copiee of the Weekly Wbi? for one vean mm. c i tueof the New York Week y Win, , ;. , us rheirp,i.r. will r.cei,. a 111! oot jetr ' ; , 7 . W whole of ly of ithe people upon all subjects affecting tlisif iinppmess nnn prosperity. t Jur political principles lire those entertained by Washington and Jsffof- son. Iu favor of a just and strict eonjtruetion of the Conititution. VV heheve that all powers not granted to the Federal Government, are reserved vi in ..ii.iuin r lo mc rcopiet and that all vi tione of the reserved rig!ts of 'the States, is i olutfcon of the Constitution and s dangerous uw' piition on the part of the Federal GovernmeMt. The present situation nf our country effordsR met ncholly examplcof ,fbe conse(urnre of fb r ecmive throwing aside the Constitution end'disre.. garding atj the.rheekinnd restraints whMitht Constitiitimi hart imposed inn him, and acting rifo no other restraint than hit wn will j and with a wrerkless determlnntioii to effect disown favorite schemes, though millionsshould sink from nffliience to poverry In the general crush. In thst nort1"'1 of our paper devored to politics, We have no tr, frrei.ee fi men, we go for principles not men. ) Wr, roa Lirehtv vn tim CowmtTioN. Terms.- Tm Pearl Riviii Ba.vmrr will published on a large Suner-Woval ibeeiand M to subscribers at five dollars in advance r.ftixdifrV art at tne expiration of tnp yeas, G FORCE J.COHF'A. . DONURCAICROX' MotiUfIIo Jly Ut 2, 4erv wsk. ffww',Wfr'