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P I Nl - W ID? & FdL A N T E IB-.
I These ore Iho only principles to the ) support of which, a rnajarity of the people J tho freemen of the Union can1 ever be fsucccsfully rallied these are Democra- tic principles in supporting which we oc- "cupy the vantage grouna cnosenDyjvi ferson, in 1799, and Jackson in 1824. The peaple must occupy this good old Democratic ground when they do battle thn Feds. - ' 1 For taking the above ground, and rnl- - iv-in,r the Democracy to tho support ot the rincip!e dear to all of them, we have 'been assailed both publicly on! privately ' i.v l.nnk ndvocatcs. hired rutiians, and re leral bullies- Tho writer of this article wflR told in nlain lancuaffo that our press 'must be put downthat we would not be ...ffororl to remain in the place because wc dared to oppose an established and powerful faction and our life threatened t r.nd attejh-teo. Our name was meuuo.. cd through tho press as one "wcUcalcula ! ted to infuso political poison into the ! minds of the public, providing we receiv ' .,.1 .v, nnMlr. siiDnort." Falsehoods with- ' out stint or measure through tho press &, ' ,.ifenru-ise. were nut in circulation to pre . i! v. .nmmunitv a'rninst us: but thanks to the intelligence of tho people . iMihoiit cfl'ect. i And now. in conclusion, we say to our i 'patrons, that unapalled by threats, unaw- ed by fear, uninfluenced by interest, aild . t unsubdued by opposition: I ' we will still proclaim : i ThoMENETEfELwhcrcthoro'seaufctoblame." I ' t .....i ..: r.r.im! detention, the ene- 'J 1 luuu tiwt l'" . ho held tiny feelings in unison with the Nullifiors, whose objects were treasonable. And. now, strange to tell, he who with o much warmth took such pride jn heaping reproach upon that party, previous to the last election, is now found ecfting in per fect congeniality with thorn. .'Surely, this is enough, to stump credulity itself. ' FAIRHELU. Happy tho bonds that, hold ye ' tl.nn tvA mwAninr (nr than liberty. There in no blessedness but in iuch bondage. Ilnnnu. tlmt hiinnv chain : such links nvo '-I f J 1 " tW heavenly; ,, , , . ' - MARRIED'-' ' Oa Thursday evening the 22d inst.,'by Mr. CHARLES F. OLDECOP to Miss FRANCES C. SAN- DEL,!! of Ibis county. ' Tho following is what our "Planteu DEVIL" has to say, on receiving an invi lation to tho abovo wedding: E. Jrit8Tc2nijeeiebSil,roqr5p;pdgou.kj)rOovr erbeaA75cku5.1kxlga-Mu..ojcq.c:.iMH', vxdfbacdnozadttuo, . ud qoncov;win.i.i"r" r d:rv2ppc!qbx;.nx;r. skimilics;ehcle4 fk.zvdJkfif:- devil ctkexe dad j:Wnlltl .KggitiDxoivoi.ui eta ctsfrndepp nli uc.ltset.-xineo eoo nu On the 15th inst., by Wm. F.Cam;Esq.; Mr. DAVID McMANUS to Miss MAK TIIA WRIGHT, both of this county. 0151'J.TAllY. Death speeds liis shaft and wounds our peace." DIED At his residence, in this county, nn s.mdnv the 18th inst.. Mr. JOHN b. ANDERSON. tho dfrectory of tho mother Bonk, for the subscribers of stock In the county of Amite to recommend, u certain number Ot per sona who thev mlcht think best oualified to manago tbo directory of tho branch at T i . 1 C . I I. . . 1 J .. .. a r.l' Liiueriy, ana ii iiiey tuvuiu uiiiu vi such a courw), what number should Amite recommend ?" ' ' 7th. Will tho grading of tho stock jdo Honpnil ihroimliout tho State, or bv dis tricts; wid will it bo made under the 2d soctioivor tho original charter, or unuer the amended charier? I hope, sir, tho foregoing mterrogato ns will meet tho earliest attention vou and tho Board over which you have the honor to preside) can Desiow, consistently u iihvonr nther obligations: and the only apology I hnvo to oiler for intruding upon vou r time, wnicn 1 Know is worm m uiuuu, is tho nnxictv those 1 represent feel out tho snhiect. 1 am. deai sir. with consid erations ot tho highest respect, .... - xoursiruiy, ' , DAVID LEA II. G. Runnels, Esq. t 1 c - c if h ' e u s , fic E, ' E- he ty. I icr try i .list itry .the .v in rcn- :itat-i."- I yet, ?oon; sober ueta never 5 nit ' begi This I they lo oar A I ll I icy" n -the 3 bect force: ving '! jsidora'i ation res " osoun: -AVliif ) folio" mars1 i onstruf i neces- in ccoa-fj d sm uiWl ion!' i without mi-s ofeoual rights and buman liberty will find us their unflinching enemies. v;.h fixed, unshaken, immovable purpoV r.n.ltr hplifivins in tho truth of our political faith, we continue to oppose fed mlism. nomntter what name it may as sume; provided always, that we have your r.-onrrat ion an J patronage, without which, it would, in our present capacity, be im rwJi.ln Xn necuniarv interests uromp led us to commence tho publication of the ! i; W-vuk Planter, nor do such conswe I ,;. muse us to continue it some have i! iuii" - , f .:.) ;i muni tro doirn." It may be , so; but wa think not, if it does, tho blame lie's at tho door of its friends, its enemies t . t it down, though they have . threatened so to do. Our greatest and .-best hupes for its success will bo m vain ;,iorl hv those for whose ft II WO KIW "J ' will leave no honest effort un J, LUllOU i w tried. " The cause of the people must m ' umph, if the people themseheand thelea : dcrs of the people, are ready, irith head and heart and hand, to write, to speak, to act - and sxijcr in that cause." Hew B&kcry rllllE' undersigned, lor tne purpoie oi supplying tne i-iteny uouy,mis lunuo alf ifho necessary nrrangcniciits, and em- ploved an experienced Baker, and will, in future, supply all who may favor him with their custom, with the "Staff of Life ," m ii.n form r,fl..ivM. Hiinn. Riirks. Biscuits, Crackers, Cakes, ccc. &c, which will.be bont nn hand for r.iinlomers at 1110 virocery r.f Wkilnnv nml Anderson, or be Bnt to order, in any quantity, in cither town or country. Country ttore-kecpors win o.,ni;,.,l with Pmrkers bv the barrel: a liberal patronage is expected and solicit- M. M.WHITNEY. Nov. 17. , pTTJlil? undersigned found on Wed BANK IEETING. Pursuant to ndvertisement. there was a meeting of tho subscribers for stock in i m M s ssmm Union UanK twno rcsiuo in Amilo county) held at tho Court House in said county on tho inn inst. upon mu . . - i v ' 1 T T.'.. meeting being organized, uaviu Aeu, liMj., who had been delegated by a previous meeting I'o visit Jackson and there attend to the interests ol tne suuscrioers ior stock in saiJ Bank who reside in Amito county, mado the following report, and then submitted two letters for inspection. For tM Planter Mnssns. Editors: t flrnilrmen: In looking over the catalogue of names annexed to the call of the "Whig" : meeting, which met in Liberty, on tho 5th ' inst, I see tho name of a "man, whom 1 heard sav, not long since, that the States I had no Rights; that Nullification, State ! Rights and Nonsense, wcro synonomoup. I nl ia il,;s how can a man who disa- vows, intoto, a belief in tho rights of the States to-day, to-morrow join a State ' ' Rights meeting, and heartily participate ,its deliberations. O consistency, what I art thou? Who can repe so confidenco in t .m.nl None. ; BUIII t 41.11 . I T.ot a man always act consistently, and ,h rnmmunitv will know how to r au - ' i of him. If he is a Federalist, let I him acknowledge it-it he a State 1 Rights man let him not deny it, and if a ' Democrat disguise it not. Then when the t freemen of our country meet at tho Ballot ' Box to cast their suffrage, th'ey would know ... .i.-a At.'. QtinnnrliniT Who It IS Uim lujr tv " 1 r o . n . . tkn hn modern, sclf- liUl II BIpu " ' styled Whig party are composed of so ma- J ... -i i..:Ald mnlrtnmnt xxy various Kinasoi umici.. - b ' cd, that in supporting one of them we can l. .oil wither wo ore supporting a Nul- i lifier, a Bank man, or a bona fide Fcderal- ist. "Take one example to our purpose i !.' nnn of tho irentlemen who com- L. J tl.n committee to report resolutions i 1 .. .! -I 1.f.f mnptinor was i for the consiuoranou -o I t....A in . Rneech. last October twelve months ago, lo denounce tho StatoRights party in the most invitiate terms. Libe ! L.i ' - .,t liberal was he in hUinvec- t tives against and denunciations of, the I KT..u:r,.. Tin accused them of wanting to rip up this most glorious Umon, and ? ;.. ,i;.mi.mbered fragmenti to the i four quarter, of the Globe. He d.sclajm ed belonging to any party-denied that fA.l Mi- Clmir.Tirtrt. In Dursuanco of a res olution of the meeting of the subscriber . i . I if TTHiin Ilnnlr lor stocK in me iuiaiii'ii n Snni!v llm 26th dav of October last requesting that I snouiu visu mo mumer Uunk at iuckn, tdf tho furposo df tliore nannrtninlnff the situation of our title pa- ..on n vci.tt n nbtnininir such other in- lftiin-r to said Bank and its onerations as I might think wmild b'e of rliizehs of this county con- erally, and particularly to those who have subscribed for stock in said Bank; and, sir, for tho purpose ot saving time and lirmniniT the information which I have been able to procure fairly beforo this I liffr Usnvo to submit the corres pondence which took place between my cntr anil tin! Prrsiilcnt of said Bank on all the subjects which 1 thought would bo of immediate interest to them; together with tho further information that tho mother Bank has, sinco I left Jackson, employed eight assistants in uio iuw uvmiimwn oiii Jnciiiminn. for the numoso of com OMII. "I" "J . 1 nletin" the examination of all tho papers relative to slOCK,m as siiuri uiuu u cililn on 114 tO enable tho mother Bank to establish tho branches during tho ensuing ..;..,r. nil of which is respectfully sub mitted' for tho reception or rejection of ihia r-wnt i n rr. Ui V u Linn. . : rc.i . Miss. UNioH Bank, I Jackson, Nov. 2, 1838. Pear Sir: Your communication of yes tcrday,in behalf of subscribers for stock in this institution from Amito county, has been presented to tho directory, who have instructed mo to repiy io ma which I propose doing by giving answers to tho interrogatories propounded by you, in numerical order, viz : tei Tin tii o tinners nroDaoiv mav .t.. tri I.- 'i npft sfim.i pnr rcctini?. which may bedoiio when they are returned to the county for the consummation oi tue mortgages. 2d. It is impossible to say wun uccu rirnv m whnt time the paocrs will be re tnrnoH tn tho fonnties for correction, but irroat exertions are making to bring the o . I . mnttnr til nn pnrivi' ose. 3d. The two and a nan per cum. wm not be required, as it does not constitute a part of tho cupital stock of tho bank; and would have to bo returned lo the subscri bers, with much cost and labor to the in stitution. 4i!i Tim lirnnehcs will be established at the earliest day practicable, perhaps by 1st April next. 5th. The Bank is only checking at ii.ia timn nn Nnuf Oi'hrans. at 5 ncr cent. We expect to check shortly on tlie iNonn at tho usual rates. Rtli Tin. rlippn.lorv Will lecCIVC Wlln mn.K nloncnm. nil roenmmendations for directors of tho branches, coming from the stockholders, and win in a nioai res pectful manner consider oi mom. 7th. Tltoro is some doubt as lo the manner or graduating the stock, whether by districts or the Slate generally nit ol thcr case the graduation will be made ac cording to the provisions of tho second section oi mo ungmui v-huhvii 1 have thus succinctly answered the ny lnvnrr,.lmiia m'llln h VOU. BOBSSUred, sir, that this directory will at all times, with much pleasure, iiirnisu sucu mi. mation as niay bo desired, and that their labors shall bo incessant in tho service of i, ivinlr. uihin.h if well managed, must " - : . . " . add greatly to tho happtneS9 anu pros perity Of thO State. ACC-epi ma usaui anccs of,' a sincere li'iemi, IL G. RUNNELS, FresH. To Maj. David Lea, Amtte County." Denlid Operations. 15. W. Iialloway B ESPECTF L ELY inlorniiT tne maies and gentlemen of Liberty, and the community at large, umi u um l-n i n,l himselt in tho town of Liberty, to render tho people as much service as pos sible, he is well prepared io peri'vi" operations oh the teeth. Scaling of tho Teeth, $ 5 00 Plugging do with gold, from J to o liu Inserting i'orccicnn .i eetn, iv ,io j. v lixtractin tcctn, or roots oi leuui, w N. B. Tiio operator flatters himself hat he can give ample" satisfaction. tin mnv nt all times be found in his room, at M'DowcII'b old stand, or at the Liberty Hotel. -Oct.' 27. - 33-tf.- Groceries C. F. Oltlccop & Co TOESPECTFULLY annonnce to lh UfL pli generally, that they have o pened it qrocefy &i provision Store in their new bouse, on the North aide of the Public square, whci incywm u to receive and accornmpdotq their ir-idi The following comprises a portion of their stock, to wit: nesday, the 17lh ult.. near his re sidence, a Creole ortoiumDian SADDLE, about half worn, front part of the skirts hnrlnkin. nndded and stitched. Also, a pair of Martin gales, common leather with plated hooks. The owner is re quested to comply wun conamonsanu i j f . taliC litem uwiiy. Nov. 17. 39-3t. --?IIIn.,. uprcinns who have subscribes jj for the erection of the New Church known by the name of -'Unity," wili please pay to Mr. Samuel Tillotson the respective sums bv them subscribed; as he is authorised by tho building commit tee to receive and receipt for the same. Nov. 3. 27-tf IE subscriber fakes this method of iu- irming his friends and tho public, IC SCSI that ho will open a Classical School, In the Town of Liberty, on Monday, the 151th inst. And ropnccti'.ill V Solicits tho patronage of this communitv. 1 DANIEL C. HENDERSON. Nov. 10. 38-tf K. DUNBAR, Receiving, Forwarding, lro- niercliant, JiAYOUSARi, La. Sept. 15, 1838. ,80-tf. T ATf:i.'. nml rimimridioiis Store 11.111..'.. " -" ii.. ..un cltiiutn in a central and bu ;.inCa'imi t of the tow n of Clinton. La., calculated for a Dry Good Store pos session given on tno m Jan. ne.i. Oct. 13. 31-tf Brown Sugar, oaf " Ilavaijna" , Molasses, Codec, lour. Cog. lSrandr, Jamaica Kum, Holland Gin, Malaga Madeira, Claret, Cordials, Cherry Brandy, Cherry Bounce, I.cmon feyrtip, Cinnamon, Cloves 4 Nutmegs, Allspice, Black Pcppr, , Race Ginger, Starch, Sperm Candles, SbaTingSoap, Bar Soap, , , , Cay enne. Pepper, Mustard,. Gun-flints, Lead and Shot,. Rifle Powder, Old Madeira, (put up for family use.) Shot cun powder, Percussion Caps, Tobacco, (asEorica,; ixc. Also,' on hand, nirn-ortmerjt of MED ClJLiS, viz Sulphur, Brimstone, Camphor, Lpsoin aus, Glue, Pearl Ash, Salt Petie, Opodeldoc, Laudanum, Paregoric, Batcman's Drop, Lee's Pills, Writing Ink, ' Indelliblo M Castor Oil, Soda Powder, Scidlitz. " . " Calomel,, Rhuhard, .Jalop, . llartshorni Copera?, , ' Indigo, ! Copal Varnish, , Spts. Turpentine, Opium, Cream Tartar, se " Jo Cure, J"o Pay." ilnrcifrned would mnft respect J. fnllv make known to bis friends, and the public generally, that he will in future give his attention to tho Farryins' Business, In all its different parts. He has made arrangements to taue in horses oi an sons, nnd cure them of all diseases, except the Glanders. If ho docs not perform a cure, h'd will trfako no charge except for the Ivcening. which will bo rcnnonnblo resi dence at Tickfaw, hear 2. Lea's. All calls at a distanco ntlenned io ny JOSIAII FOSTER. Nov.10. 38-tf N. B. Horses' feeth. ho mafter how old will be made to look like young. Ihe best judges cannot tell tho diilercnce. STOP THE MURDERERS!! gji -a fff REWARD will bo paia 5 lUvU' by the undersigned, for 71- ALSO, , Writing &. Letter paper, QuiIU,Sand, Spelling hooks and Wafers. I Tinware of all descnutiona. . I . .... I'Li he nnnrahension of JOHN STEP and Crockery, uups a aoiua..,. . SOLOMON STEP, who murdered Mar- Bowls, Pitchers, ccc, Ccc Spanish and Common Segara, and ma- m- nttrlna inn numerous to mention.. Oct. 13. " 3Mf lin Fialey, senr.,on the 8th orOctober in stant, near Wolfs Ferry, in Hardin coun- ... 'Pniinn.enrt IV, iiB.O. JUiiiy oiiil is auoui o jtuiij age, 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, dark com plexion, dark eyes, black hair, inclined to curl, and very low forehead. The mid ,n ,'mnt nfthn forefinffer of his right hand is considerably enlarged1, occasioned, it i sepposed, by a.hurt. t , , iiULAJMUVt Oiiii isuuuui - vears ofdgo, 5 feet 1 1 inches high, stqut Utiiii) i t ed. dark complexion, dark cye3, dark hair, inclined to curl,ana very nife..iicv.. raw. The hones o his rig m iwiu m" ,... . . In n!.r he middle of tho palm, tnd Will gVC prompt attention occasioned a considerallo ridgo on the . IO inc rcceip back of his hand. ' , . (0lWIfa TI.Stens formerly resided in tho Cher y y' wA Vivr nl-rr nnnntrV in Gcoreia.and it is thought ucJcr l COMMISSION MERCIIAJVTS: No. 25, Camf street, - Rcw-Or2e2Jiis. Jackson. Nov. 1st., 1838 Dear Sir: On Saturday last, theciti zensol Amitccounty, who have subscribed for stock in the Mississippi Union Bank, held a meeting in tho town of Liberty, for iitnTuirnnsn of devising somo means whore- by they might ascertain the situation ol their papers rciaiivo iu i i"iu .....1. . o.l liv n man ntion oi 1 10 saia meet- : .nn.mstiiM Hint i snouiu visr. una omeu for tho purpose of obtaining the desired :.,f.,i;nn. rnnctiniTtho'validitY of our llliui iiiwi.".., o . . . -,, . title papers, as well as obtaining all other Wa innrniions. as 1 might think would itfTord them satisfaction in the canes abovo alludod to; and for the purpose ot accom n NmiT ihn n oresa u oo ocis. i rca fully ask the ncccssnry answers to the following questions: - , .. 11 Will onr title naners and certin cates of appraisement want any thing more uone to inuuianoiu, " where made? '' 2d. About what time is it probable oiir papers will bo returned, for tho purpose the mortcaees? 3d. Will or win noil ne n pur tvm. be required of tho stockholders at tne .r..'. r Avriz-minrr lhnir morttriiifest llllio ui i,.n.i."..6 . a ? , Atu Annul wiiul iitii io in i..w.w iirnni.ilia will be established in tho different districts, any thing like partic ularity or tmic, to tms interrogatory, not expectci? 1 r.u tvux. tVin n.mk hero loll chocks on .u rinrinnl cities in the 6ther Stato's: if so, at what por contT , . 6th. AVould it meet the approbation of the renort and letters boing rend, tho following resolutions were unanimous ly adopted. , , 1st. liesolvcu, mat mo maiiKS"! ; meeting be tendered to. David Lea, for ha ving discharged the duties entrusted to him, in so able and satisfactory a manner, and that ho bo paid forty dollars for his services and cxpences in going to and re luming from Jackson. 2nd. Eesohed, That the proccecdings of this meeting bo sig.iod by the Chair man and countersigned ny uio oeeiem.j, and published in the two newspapers prin ted m this place. 3rd. Resolved. That this meeting ad- ;i.n until thn fourth JlondaV in Docem- novt nt which ii mo mere will oa an Ul. 1 l.v...., ... ------ nia.rinn fnc riinp ntrsons. of this county, UIVIIVN ....... I I - to be recommetKlea to tne aireciors oi mu mnil.ni. RnnU. nt nersons suitable for di- IIVVIIU. fc.ni., - Foxinri f.ir the hranch to be located in this county; and that a punctual attendance of all tno suuscrioers m mn wumj pcctfullly request6d at said mooting. . O. W. CAULFIELD, Chairman. Jons Walkek, Secretary. . iiicliard Blcsscy,' Fainter and Glazier, PAPER HANGER, GILDER, AND l.MITATOit OF in Am A-p. A-.f. 'as permanently located himself liis town. . N. C All orders in town or country pun ctually attended to. - oin H Nov. 10. M-o:u. . Help Us: BwraTTnAft SnAritml to the undersif E 1 s.-. ...UwV - JLL undersicnod 11WU I1IUVU"" I- ..,;ii ninnpoonll nml nn v w further mil now x" r - j indulnenee cannot be asked, nnd consequently cannot bo given. Nov. i7. . ; 39-5t Motices Nov, A LL persons bclongin. to JX. company jE, liablo to do mi litin dntv. are commanded to at in,i in thn town of Liberty, on Saturday the 1st of Dcceuibor, 1838, at 10 o'clock, A. M., for the purpose ol uompany tr. II. LARD, ... " . ' :.' , C'niitain CJ . I they will cither make their way bacic tp . i -ii i :j il-a. . 1 ' ' ,c n invn rnwara Wll IK) puiu uu iiitu delivery in Hardin county, Tennessee, or a proportionauic rcwaru ior cuuu. SLLY PRALKY, 1IENDKKSON G. FRALEY, JACKSON FRALEY, SAMUEL LENOX Nov. G, 1838. fi-st Mr. S. TiIiLOTson. Norwood & Bhamblet, Liberty, Mi. Oct. 13. 34-tf Fashionable Geo. W, Shurragar, (Latefrem New York,) TfRESPECTFULLY informs tno gen llf.lrmn of Libertv. and its vicinity generally, liitt ') ns Jllf iutu this nlace. immodiatelv from New York, and intends carrying on the , Tailoring Business, In all its various branches having esta blished himself in tho new brick building r iVinnolln Sj. Riidd. Cud stairs.lhe is now ready to attend to all who may feel dispo sed to give hmi tnoir patronage. Oct. 7. Notice SCAPED from the Jail of Yazoo Co., Mitchell Stockman; . DRY GOOD AND HARDWARE? Merchants;". Commerce Streclx fronting Collon Square, Natchez. Stockman Carson, DLESALE fc KUTAUj UilUU.c Cotton Brokers, M..,on Friday, the 2 lth Au WHOLESALE RETAIL GROCERS; was committed to Jail, ort the charge clt murdering James r. Kamey. aiu iwc- . , .. Ayo . .v ; ,: gersisaboutS feet C inches high, fair RECEmNG AND FORWARDING complexion, bluo eye.",- light auburn hair MT?nttx T!TP about 28 years old, remarkable for hi Ml!iIliC'taAl JL ? sound sense, square and well built; in all 0f Commerce and Franklin streets, probability amply snpp.'cd with money, directly facing qo,, Square: Natchez which he spends freely. And one I hoims TJ haye a commojiOU8 yard.-and shed J.Byrd, departed from this placo a t the for he rcce tion and storage of Cotton, same time, who wnsunder-jilor, and wh peb. 10, 183S l-tf , , is accessary to the escape of said Kod- : gcrs; said Byrd is about 30 yea rs of age Mart ffeatf & C. . lent One thousand dollars' will be given WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRY GOOD for tho apprebensiort )! saiu iwugcrs, anu 9 five h-indred dollars for tho apprehension ofsaidByrd. Sheriff of Yazoo Co:, Mi. c. a isss. 2i)-Gt. P. S.Tho editors of all tho papers who1 receive a copy ot this, win pioaso inHen and forward their Xlltl caniv 11 4 - claims to tno office of tho Yazoo Banner for collodion . P- BU OHiJ Sheriff. ii LL persons are hereby lorwornen SA .T-ilnct hnrlmrinff or trading w'ith my wile; irena jacKson, from my house, without cause orprovoca . r.,- f nrtll not hn resDOiisiblo for any nun, .v. . debts contracted by nor auer imsum". nis rYENT E M JACKSON, .mark. ,. ri't:- Mnv 10. . 38-3t, V1 1I1L.J1I, 1 . V . - ' . O-Tho Piney Woods rianter, printed at Liberty, Miss., will givoUio above 3 insertions and forward their account to thislofliceor payment. Loumaman. No. 37, Chartress street, next door to Custom House street, NEW-ORLEANS. Feb 21, 18383-tf Frcsli Groceries pTTIIE subscribers have just received l and opene J, and are now offering to I.. p fJnnfr.r.tinnnfira far1 for forty-three dollars, which money 1 . J , nn nl iLUZZ have pa d ho odged tne note in --- --- - " Mr. Montgomery's bands for collection, ment, next door to the Ltber y .Ilct .. I .LuZ? KnL nid in corn, which I where customers can be applied on ai can prove by MadisoA Ilartz, nnd father-- """J" l?? B,nular t. . r.ii.. jj ia vr in niiv the hshment io the place.- - . ." lannuiiy uanum,- - ; '- M 1 WtTTTVrrr - noto again, law or no .aw. . . - ANDRS0N -i Sept. 8 ' 5Wf. T March 1ft ' t: ' GAVE a noto payable toWm Guinn, 11