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Yd fuir ones atleml, I 'vu an offer to make you. In hymen' ft han) 'I Jam anxlotii to live, H'ir butter for worpiJ a companion I 'II tku im, Providod cho fill tlio deirriptioii I tve, n, 'I wither expect nor ran Impo lr perfection, lor thafnevpr jrt'w:u a b;it!iolor hit: Hut, rhoosinga wifb, I would mako a selection. Which tinny iu nf situation wftuhlnt, I'd have Ict mo rnie 1 'd not have a ln'iuity, For beautiful women are apt to be vain, Vet with a small r.'mre, I would think it a duly To t ike her, be thankful, and never complain. Jlsr firm must bo good, without art to constrain it And rather alxvc thanjbcluw middle si.o;j A somthing (it puzzles my brain to explain it,) Like eloquent language muft llow from her eyes ifoa must! be we'll bred, or I cannot expert hnr; Good natured and modest, but not very coy; Her mind well informed 'tis tbo principle nectar, That sweetens the cup of hymeneal joy. Her home she must love, and domestic employment Have practical knowledge of household affairs; And make it apart of her highest enjoyment, To soften my troubles and lighten my care. Her age I would have it at least to be twenty, But not to exceed twenty five at the mot Audhe girls of that lagejbeingeverry where plenty, I hopejojjet onof thatjiumcrou'f host. Not fortune I ask, for I have no predilection, , For glitter or show, or the pomp of high life; I wish to be bound by the cordtjof affection; And now I have drawn you tho sketch of a wife. If any possess the above requisitions. ; And wish to4ie boundby tbceoijugal bane",)j Th'ill please to step for 'rd.they know the conditions v Inquire of the editor, I'm always at hand. . fm$a -:; K- 5 A STRANGER. IL.j.f ljgIJ,jli.M.iy.Wil.M.jM , ,11,1 "IT ARGI Mafh of Mississippi and Alabama, im showing the public and Indian lands, Indi anReservations,LandDistricts,Townships,8treanis tc. engraved from the government surveys and plats in the General Land Office,. Washington Ci ty: by li. UilmaNj Draughtsman in the General Land Office. " F. Taylor, Bookseller, Washington City, has just published (and secured the copyright according to law) the above maps, which will be found infin- ly more complete and accurate than any heretofore .published. They are published on seperate sheets; each containing nearly six square feet, and will be found especially useful and valuable to those inter ested in the lands of either state, as they show eve ry item of information which is in the possession of the land offices, relative to water cources, town ship lines, Indian lands and reservations, land dis tricts, &c, and will be found perfectly accurate and "precise in these points. They can be sent by mail to any part of the United States, subjegt only to single letter posfage. Price two dollars, or three copies of either will be sent by mail for five dollars. A liberal discount will be made to travelling agents cr to any who buy to sell again. 03r Editors of newspapers, any where, who will give the above advertisement (including this no tice) one or two insertions, shall receive by. return mail a copy of each map, if they will send a copy of the paper containing it to the advertiser. Aug. 17, 1837, PROPOSALS lor publishing in thehiwn nf Jtiilnj Muiitni, a Wttkly Ato'wi r in Im rut it ltd Hm.ux 'I'm micm i r i, II V In iwiilliw In th Ift, nt brum! jHWiilvabb'i np'd J kon up ly r fnw IIiiIkii, liv.nff nj(lil tr.ilni KOMtkiiNt nf Jtlplcy, iii'nr tlm Ciifton (i in roml, Hnn work Mterr, whim buck mut belly, liriitdlo en. Hurler lilt nut of f m rum fur. flm IHI n iuu mid under hit, point of bin horn sawed oil; apM -'7 - lU ,(,,r on, piiimg oi inn nun N entering tl... H.tirai arena, a.j-imnU, I w , ull ikuAntml r f " " ,i - - flu! proprietor isftwiiro that ho will huvf wurif oh niacins tn cnctiuiiti'r, irrowif.i out oftlw diili'iiiltifn Tiikcn Hit by ii!nrif( T I'.lUn. Irvimr nitu' f.ilnn m 0 r ... m .... . north cant of Riplry, Oimfihy ILrf'sf, blind iu tho ., . . ., ..I . ,. II ""mi '-'IIKI, VI HI UI'Y , Willi IV Mirror ;!(J in nil' nr.idrtittothn iN ttlmnont nUmw rouni'V, o wJU. ,v .. , ' iV . . , ., . . ,. , i ,, , - . ,. .. .v' II r,K' hiinl lmt wint", Ktr in tb ftirt'liPad ii t hat tT Diirtif t idHHi tioiin: tin dinner cnP( tl " . ...... i a that tf narty dium'iitioiifi: tho finmr wnunprct f.o bn nb'o tti wiriiioiint' by ituluntry arrl H,rn',vi'r nm c, tho Imttr may, without much Inutility on t part of tlfo jieoplo, render thn effort oftlin hditor fo be iiftful, entirely unavailing. e will' m vcrtlieli w, enter uimii tho undort.ikiMr. and en- 'denvor whro wo conntit iiltmK". at ln.nt not to I 1 F ofl't'lid: tho nromotion nf tlm tmlilic. tin well & our own interest being our .object, and tho interest of the West cenorallv. we have selected tjo Town of Kiploy, as the theatre of our operations. All wo claim, and all we expect is a fair and tuncbt sup port in the labor of our profession. 1 o furnish, the news of tho day in the commercial ami political world; to communicate information if the rankl and extensive diffijsion of knowledge: to promote and uphold the interest of the farmer merchant aixl mechanic mviII be die leading ob- hwt, Upposeu alike to party intolerance and secta rian bigotry, our aim will be, to warn the patriot of dangers which may threaten the coufrtry; to sug gest such measures as may be thought best calcula ted to advalice the permrttiant interest of our new, out highly tavored country. , , , On the subject of political affairs, we bliall stea dily oppose every association of individuals, under whatever name or disguise, whose object is to re strain, by party management, the lull expression of unprejudiced sentiment; we shall advocate the cause ot pure, unmixed democracy not that kind of democracy, which teaches a blind 'and passive obediance to the dictates of party and partisan lea ders, without enquiring into the purity ot their mo tives; but that which teaches the right and capa city of the people themselves, to nominate and choose their own rulers, and prescribe their own measures of government, Unaided by directions, and uninfluenced by party leaures. ' e shall endeavor to be. temperate and tesp about wven yearg old thirMcn or "inirtoun hands hidii nii'J .,'.'0. this 1 fHlt of Oet. 1H37. Taken up by James II. 1'ulisiui a Hright liny Mnr, and colt with a slur snip in her forehead, about twolvo hands high about five years old bran (bwl on tho Jolt i hoiihler but not Intcligablo the roit the same color with a star and snin in its fore head, and o'hout a year old, all four feet whitOjtfid bothap'd t 5:t, the Hth Uct. 1C37. 1 aken uj bv W illiam 31 1 Is. hvinir threo snJ a. " - n half miles Hast of Ripley, One Horrcl Mare with a blaze fiice, left hind foot white, sixteen hand high supposed to be seven or eight years old; ap'dto 5 dollars, the 20th of Oct. IC37. Taken un bv ('deon IIopr. livinir threo miles south-oast of Rkilev. One Itrirht Hnv Mare four. 1 --j e teen and a half hands high, four years . old last spring, a small blaze in lha face, , both bind foet wh te Up to tho hock, left, shoulder and eye defi cieint.a fifty cent bell tied or with a raw hide string ap d to 20 dollars. . . , , " '; 1 Taken ud bv John F. Uuri. livinr six miles louth-ast of Ripley on the Cotton Girt road, two orK. Meers, Une black and white speckeled, a bont eight years old a staple and ring in his left jhorn, marked with a crop offhis left ear and two sputa in tiie same, the right ear is split; ap d to :5 dollars. The other is a Red Rrindlo kteer: some white spots on him, sotfe white in his face, about eight years old mark, both ears cropt and split, has on a large brass bell; apM to 25 dollars, the 12th ot September 1U37. P. G.KING, R. T.C. Nov. 9; 1837. 13-3w The Statg of JIissitsippi icct- Jc(ferton J, Jileekt f fill fnwnrds orilltiVfll nnnn(nt.. nml tn ruwi' 'i'.ia ( Robert Pt llctrrit. CONFECTION ARIES. John M. Watson. MAS just received from Louisville and Cin cinnati, an additional supply of articles in his line, all of which he offers to his friends and customers, and the public generally low for Cash; consisting m part of the following viz Ctuitiy. Peppermint, . . J . , Hassafraet . Cinnamon, ' " I Lemon, 4 ' Liquors. character and feelings of those who may diflbr with us in opinion either as to men or mcr.sVircs: we shall claim the right in a respectful manner, to crit icise the pretensions of such as offer their services to the public, we shall hot denv this r!?ht to others: . 4 55.. ' i but we will not treat as enemies, and as unworthy of public confidence, such as differ with us in opin ion, and persue a high-minded and honorable course. Tti KM S. The publication of the "RIPLEY TRANS . Ait; J achment forA332 37l levied on a negro boy Rob jrTHF4 attachment in the above stated case ha- r'i)'n,'iiu- j Judgment will he entered ajr; CfP,'wilbecommencedaEsoonasitieasccnai- . .. , , . , .? a ..f r i -u estate so attached will be so d, TWi1 Th'lt fl CI1 rtl milt nilinhOf rT ahhofim Krit-n nnn Kn ;ned that a sufficient number of subscribers can be obtained, The Ripley Transcript, will be neatly printed, with entire new materials. Drocured expressly for the puriwse. on a fine Roval Sheet. at Four Dollar in advance, or Five at the end of the year; payment made any tune withm two months after the issuing of the second number, will oe considered m advance. Ripley, May 26, 1837. Attachment 4or '55 00 le vied. - Jotiah Short Vb. James. j. Rarbet. TRTOTICE is hereby ghn that an attachment i M hath issued at the suit of XtRh Shnrt. n gainst the estate of Jamer (J. lkibco. for the sum of Fifty FiveI)oliars, feturanble to the next Cir cuit Court of Tippah County, in the 9th' Judicial Destrictfor the State of Mississippi, tobeholdaij on th fifth Monday after the the fourth Monday in Oc!cber 1837; and if the said James G. Barbee do not appear, give special bail and plead within the time limited by law for his appearance,-Judgment will be entered, and the estate attached by virtue of said attachment will be sold. Witness Hardy W. Stricklin Clerk of the Raid Court, this 20th day of October 1837. ! . Hi W. STRICKLIN, Clerk. Oct. 20, 1 837. 1 1-4 w pre fee $'5 00 3 Bbls. og. Brandy, 1 do. Champaign do. 2 do. Holland Gin, 1 do Rum, 10 ddz.Clarat Wine, 2 do. Port ' , d. 1 Bbl. Almonds', 1 do. Filberts. '.' 1 doBruwal nuts,' s . '2 Kgs Fig?,' do. best Rifle Powder, lOOlbsLead,, : 00 Gun Flints, ..500 Marbles, ' fJodfreys Cordial,- . .? Opodeldoc, ; : , . 1 Bbl. Teff. Wine, 1 do. Malaga do. ' 1 do Cordial, 1 do. Cherry Brandy, 2 doz. Champaign wine, (!ordinl in bottles, AL$0-. .. t Box ilyer's Tobacco 1 dor Honey Dew do 6 Canisters of Oysters, 2600 Spanish Cigar-, 200 Melee: v do. " 4 Boxes Sperm Caudles 2 do. Tallow do. ; 1 Box White Soap, Batemahs Drops, , Steel Khitting Pins, & , . Best Silver eye Sewing Needles and many other articles too tedious to 'mention, to gether with his former supply makes his stock corrt- .Ufiy31, 1837. 1-tf ray 8-Tippali County f riivi up Dy neasant r, 'ord, living nine AJ miles west of Riplev near Shelhva mill. 1-- 0 j . ------ j One Brown Mare Mule. &se not known with renr : marks on each sliolder; ap'd to SCO, the 10th of .UgUSl IVJi. 1 Taken up by John Shelton, livinfr three miles north-west of Ripley, One Sorrel Maresunnosad to be an Indian Poney, with a blaze face a blemish in her left eye and a scar on her left hip near the back bone, thought to be branded with T R about eight .: or nine years old, and &bout thirteen hands high; ap'dto $25, the 28th day August ....... , Taken up by Lovet M, J latcher ' livinn- seveil miles East of Ripley, One Bay Mare about eleven years oia, unrteen nands high some saddle spots, branded thus K: ap'd to f 20. ; . i . ALSO One Sorrel Horse, about fourteen handn high, and about three years old, one small saddle spot, two near feet white withafmall blaze in the face branded on the neaj hip with B; ap 'd to $40 the 7th of August 1 837. ' - ; ' Taken up by James McCarty livim? three miles north-west of Ripley; One Bay Horse supposed to be an Indian Poney, with a star in his forehead, with an old bell on tied with a rope, fourteen hands high supposed to be seven years old; ap'd to $35 .1 A.l S A . " tne xiiui 01 August ivsi years old, mrked with a half crop in the right and Vs. John T. Smith. .LI , vintr been this da v ref.urrted. ilnlv pvpriitoH on the estate of John T. Smithy notice is hereby given that unless the said defendant' shall appear give special bail, ami plead in' the said case at or before the next term of the Circuit Court to be holden for the county aforesaid on the fifth Mon day after the fourth Moiidav in October lfi.T7. v . . . judgment win oe entered against him, and his Witness Hardy W. Stricklin clerk of tlie said court, this 31st day of October 1837. , : .II. W. STRICKLIN. CZer. Ripley Oct. 31, 1857. 12-4t prs fee $5 00 Isaac Wheathj ," ) Attachment for $64 50 Vs. , levied. ' Jame llarlee. 1 , . : ' j TKTOTICE is hereby given that an attachment , hath issued ft the suit of Isaac Wheatly. against tne estate ot James u. JJarbee, for the sum of Sixty Four Dollars end fiftv cents, retumnblnto the next Circuit Court of Tippah County, in the 9th Judicial District for the Slate of Mississippi, to be holden on the fifth Monday after the fourth Monday in 1337; and if the said James G. Barbee do not appear, give special Dau and plead within the time limited by law. for his anDcarance Judrr- ment W'ill be entered and the , estate attached by virtue 01 said attachment will be sold. W itness Hardy W. Stricklin Clerk of the said Court, this 0th day of October 1837. - " '" ' ' ' II. W. STRICKLIN, Clerk. Oct. 20, 1C37: -vll-4w fprs fee $5 001 Aflministratbrs IVoticel WHEREAS letters of Administration were granted, to the undersigned on the'nine- teenth day of August A. D. 1837; upon the Es tate of Benjamin F. Wofford deceased, late of the County of Tippah and sate of Mississippi: All per sons inaeoteu t. the Estate of the said Benjamin F. "Wofford deceased.' are herebv notified tn nr forwafd and maka immediate payment, to'the un- jaersignea; ana an persons having demands against the Estate aforesaid must present them, nmnwio authenticated, .within the tune prescribed by .law or tliey will be forever bared. WILLIAM M. WOFFORD, Admr. Oct. 18, A. D. 1837. ll-4w W 1 Joseph II. Kilpatrick. A i ruKiyux at -LA W, 5 ILL attend the Courts of Tiooalu Tishn- : mineo, Pontotoc and Marshall.' All hn. siness entrusted to his care will be promptly at- lenued to, ma othce is in Kipley. ivgt. 17, 1837. 3-Gm "' ' 1': ' ( Jol I'riiifiiiir PTT11IE Editor havintf procured ah excellent JUL ' sortment of Job Type will execute, all kinds' ofJoBPiiiimsG with neatness and despatch, and on as moderate terms as it can be done in the state pamphlets: IJIBEL&, : -cards,: CIRCULARS. 'HORSE BILlJty- I Blanks, of atl kinds.) vlogethftt with anv other work that hw iwanted, will be prompt attended to.,,. ,f . J"- lUB Pwronage ot this, and the adjoin- Taken up Lewis Colhe bving five miles Bortb-g: counties, and askrethosa whom. t,; Red and as, that ho paini shall be wafitinff o our art to ww ui iviP jr uu run roaa, une Jtca ana mg, mat no paina shall be wafitinff oft our art to White speckled work Steer, supposed to be t von give universal satiafactfori. V " Wpt ty, May 31, 1837. ProftpcctiiM I1:mn(on'm ARNiut IUoimR, or Tiir itn or Mim. rot IP.Vt. fmfl i onuin an A, .final Al.m(1rk, lll,,( wiornny insiory oi tlw NUIpj tint Mtftr. tutitfiii tho fiamrs of all County Nut( lnt-rroratcninnk, wiUi thoirorfciul bof 1 pital; A-e.i ropuhition of the ctiuMim tnj. ,f' towns, with their d'stnnr.. fr,n ja,.k)Wm. ffi Buildings, Chiirchc.i, Hotels, Stores and M-If tories ol'tho principal or county towns.' I rated Hailroad Companies, with tlioi'r official 2?T amount (stoi k, and the ljlitin of t!,;r f roads, whether commenced r jn C0,ltPhll , 'i11' List ofUulleges, Academies snd NcminS the date of their incorporation, annual in names of President, Professors, or Princinl?"; number of stftdentjor principals; NttIll0, Jftl'a leciion I"recfiict8, Post Otfices, RiVPri Lakes, Bayous; Descriptions of natural 'or Art's cial Curiosities; IM of Churches of various d ruinations, with the naim-s of the Clergymen?!! the number of nicmbcrs belonging to each- T 'it ot the products of Cotton ih various yearg. . rected Orthography of the Indian nalneg of a?' ties, Towns and. Rivers in. the Chickasaw?,; Choctaw Cessions, with a mofcs of valuable 'sT tistics relating to the .il, r'riculture, resou'' and productions of the. now counties, as well sti State at large. To which will be added ,1," plete sectional 3lap of the Htatc, showin-r' t,e t visions, cotuso of streams, and location of county seats in the new counties.' 1 . v The necVisity of an annual volume like thin 1 a book of reference to every citizen p, : A ... sines s, as well as to travellers and gpeculators will be apparent to all. It is needed to devello J the resources of the 8tatc; to cfve iiKPfnr,nf.-. tion to tlio emigrant, and to emUody, in an acceo. eioie compass, su:n valuable! ttatistics as can W obtained from no other source. Laying aside tlw considerations of utility, the feeling of State pride would bo a sufficient motivK to sustain a publication so well calculated to show at view, the population, agricultural wealth, ind almost houni'-less resources of tht Stdte. The an nual publication of the Register (the continuation of which depends upon the patronage thei first year) will give the publisher atopic ojrportnn.ty to keep up with the improvemeita of the State and make his volumes the annual records of the ad yance of society in merca ntile pursuits, in the arts in education, and all that embellishes life. -The publisher has been'at the excuse of eend' ing an agent into every county in the State took tain accurate statistics on which, he could releji Me has also made arranjrem i..s tn k-n-. ill Stt. map for the Register engraved by a distinguish artist m an eastern city. He hs only to lookte a generous publicfor reimbuiseriientof these hea vy expenses, and for sufhcierk patronage to niako it an object to continue the .publication in future; but, at the same time, he would scorn to ask any favor that may not be fully earned by the intrinsic merit and value of the Register. . ;, . He commends his enterprise t all classes of hi fellow citizens, to Judges, CWy Clerks, Ren ters, and State officers who may have valuable formation for such a f omuilatton. arid Mmm Intpr. est it may ho to communicate tlie same for publi cation. 4 All matter for compilation wnirU those who art desirous of forwarding the enterprise may Araisft, should be transmitted previous to tlie first day of November next. , ,,j . . !, The register will be' printed with nefftype, tn fihe paper hi the duodecimo form, witli moretliaa two hundred puges-l-to bo bound like the Ameri can Almanac, and Diber annuals of theclass, ; - The price of the Reg ister, including the secti6r al Map of the State, to subscribers, will be tin Dollars, payable on delivery of the volume. Large discourlts will be made' to agents who becoine re sponsible for a ntfmber of volumes, or who pur chase it to sell again, r A limited mumber of advertising pages will be appended to the Register for the advantage of friends who may desire their advertisements to pe netrate every part 6f the State. ; .Terms of adver tising', One Dollar a line. t f ; j,, f ;?t All orders for tlift U-nrl-. nnrl nil containing special information to be incorporateJ .n Uie Kegister, may be addressed to the compiler and publisher. 1" k v L. A.BESAN'CON. a ret J ranter Office Jrez. ' ' r;"::--"iBrtfii"'k:': Ofall kinds for sale at the Transcript office.'. ''',' ' j jV.;?,;.,. , TnB RlPLET TtANSCRlTT. ' ,v Published every Thursday -Morning H James B. Waiker, Editor & Proprietor "! Terms. Per year, paid in' advance, 1 4 W (Paid within six months, , ; ;l j ir , -" If delayed until the end of the year, j . ,fi W f-'A failure to notify a discontinuance at the end of the time subscribed for, will bo considered a engagement.,: ,j (,j - J; r;.;.iv-' : "-'1 ' No paper discontinued untill all arrearages settled, except at the option oftie editor.,, . . (r-iietters aaaressea to tne eaixor, w - , tention must be postpaidJ'K ' "' ., Advkrtiskments inserted at one fof ! yerr twelve lines or less, fof the first insertM f"4 fifty cents for each c6ntlnuance. " A liberal 4:.' Aa iV ii. ' j a!.. u rear. All advertisements not' inarked ori theffl itj number of insertions, will be contmueoMtii and charged accordinglyi "