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if 5;ic of Wm, II. Mnse, nainst Lis tured i.-.'Lt.r, Racial and lcvhd .u !..r Lt-rsonal chatties, ami Unit the rv.it v, .is rcj uhily docketed by the CU-ik cf tie Circuit Court of Tishemingo county. 3. That the record of the Court seems to have been mutilated in a manner whcdly un authorized Ly law, by the erasure of ldrs. Muse's name, from the docket, ns Mr. Bonds thinks, by Mr. Muse himself.' 4. Th;it Mr. Muse does not even dare to deny that the Attachment was issued, levied and duly returned to court; which is much more than I knew when I addressed my letter to Col. Lewis; and of course much moie than I au'ested in that same letter. A Jm ml J k 3 Mrs, HARRIET N. PREWF.TT. Editor. TritSay, October 29, 1833. , i - ! ll - I ' i i . 07" Sir. V. B. Palmes, is our authorized agent, to collect and receipt for advertising or subscription for the Yazoo City Whig, in New York and Philadelphia. : FOR GOVEBNOR. lion. F. 'M. BODGEGS. , ' FOR SECRETARY' OF STATE. '-'-. A. IIOISNE. FG4l AUDITOR, DAWJL H. RUSSELL.' ' FOR TREASURER; DANIEL ttcixVlXIX. ' FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, G.II. FOOTE. , FOR CONGRESS State at Larcb. Gen. At B. Bradford. FOR CONGRESS 3d District, Col. ALEX. K. 22CCLUKG. TVIIIG TICUET. FOR THE LEGISLATURE J. R, IIURRLS, ':s S. L. JAITIES. - . . NOTICE. -y'v : i Y own receipt or order will hereafter be necessary to make any business transac tion connected with this office le-rah - - II. N. PREWETT. July 15, 1S53. if We are authorized to announce ; . V, ......:-GjEN.-WMLARKri":"-:;L:--r; the" present incumbent as a candidate for re-election for State Treasurer. - ; i We are authorized to announce B. P.' Roberts as a candidate for Sheriff, at the next ejection. - - - .V We are authored to announce Han. Geo. B, Wilkisois, as a candidate for "re-election to the ofn.ee of. Probata Judge, at thexuext elec tion." ,- v- . :- ' - ; t.; . ' We are authorized to-., announce Geo. W. Dough arty, as a candidate for Probate Judge, at the next election. . 07" Hre are authorised to announce War. Iv. Steaess, as a candidate for Probate Clerk, at the next election. " Election Ticlicls. " , ' Ve shall commence in a few days to print tickets for -the approachingH electiour'Can didates who wish their names on the tickets worked at this office, must, order them im mediately. Those who are not in town,. and cannot come, can get them done through their merchants or fends.r:; x 4 Iszrportant. We ask as a personal favor, that our friends in the country will pay any little ac count they may owe this oSce on the re ceipt of this.;. It i?-impossible, to collect money in town during, the epidemic, and we find it very difficult to get the money necessary to pay our current expenses. We are assured that our,snbscriber9 that are in arrears, will cheerfully respond. to this call. Asd Still they Fall. It ag-ain becomes our melancholy duty to record the'death of two of our most valued citizens, Capt. P. C. Waliis, and Mr. Jamos II. Bell, Clerk of the Probate Court - : t: v." r.'jvtr wr.s ; t t:na ii. evcr drew m. The r 1 ire r.3 , r Ci , ... t t:.. to t1 - Cf with LLt c; Li ll- .i c. .iw in:.:.. Ll ire ia mijhty UVtiU'i - men'; 4 iWi dcr 1 rv,..l r:ilitiry vi' cf trov, : -1 zr 1 hind cf ur.ivc zit he urea cf year crvituJc: the scrfj cf h Lave no vcic3 hi kicltJ Li:a ij . t.. Led ta cllr.ch, cr rn by a grcrt many persons, and yea were im i.:;'.:itwly L-crat:!.. "In a Lw f.inutc3 3 to order, and you went oa with d to you, yc :r tiruo .-j.3 up, r.:. 1 you rc-j;:r.',d: neither of you making any reference in any manner to tha diUcalty. , We etata the facts, just as they are fresh in cur rjiemcry, without ( any ccriments or opinions. - r v ISAAC JORDAN, ; II. B.WARREN, . .. ..' ' P. SHARKEY, . . . II. G.MARTIN, II. II. HOWARD, ' J. IL BEEMAN. He ct- ia the f:!:cjicn cf their d V -i 1 ir,crc.t 1 f-iv. n e (l0C3 j Vhij orat;rs, V'h? ; pliicts, V.'hij ct.itcs- men, Vhij d'!:rr.aiisis, AVhi r.rrr.ls and j result cf our t!:xticr.3. How in,p Whig- Ewldivja. Deny ifwho cr.n. Ncr.o cap sustr.in th: dcrul by turninj to the re cord by refcrrirj ts impartial rnd indis putable history. IIai.:.::d:t, Tavic?. and Scott, will have a liistcris vrUtsa op posite their ciracs which. will go dewa to posterity until ;,,tha. hast syllable of record; ed time"" has been pronounced, such as no opposition can show, and Clat find - Web ster have carved their owa names, have stamped their own deed, so inelTaceaibly upon the records of the country, that -no history of that country can be written which does not give -them a prominent and glori ous niche among the foremost of the might iest and best tha Republic has ever jpirdduc ed. So much, briefly, for the cause, and its antecedents. Now for the Ticket, which the Whigs of Mississippi have presented to them for, their suffrages. I We have hereto fore alluded to it some length,1 and do not now intend to be very prcsey in our allu sions. Neither is it necessary, . the gen tlemen who compose the ticket are well and favorably known to the voters of the State; The WhigTicket 13 in every way worthy (he whole cause, of which its ciemher3 are put forward as standard beareY3 and expon ents. We do not know of a weak point in it. Like a well constructed edifice - i con tains all the elements of inherent, self-supporting strength, l'he fotndations are solid and enduring; the walls firm and strorrg;iho filling up made of unexceptionable material; and the roof capable of resisting any storms that may rnga from without. ' Let us take a mere glance at the construction of the ticket. Look at our.candidate for Governor, Hon. F. M. Rogers, a citizen of marked A 1 ia thi3 :a has ia thb :rtant then shcul 1 r- prcciata the value cf thc.j il! nr. I jeal ously guard the sanctity 'cf thc:s interests. To possess the proud 'piivilcgc- cf f .;ct!ng your ov;n rulers cad cf crcrcii.bg the re publican frnr.chisont the ballot box, without zealously rad religiously attending to thcia, 13 a cric:3 c gainst year self-interest and your country,' 'It is. as much the duty . of free man to rote", as it is to obey the laws. If citizens are indifferent or luke-warm to this duty, the "consequences will , be pernicious. Bad officers, crude legislation', extravagant expenditures and a. vitiated code of political morality must follow with Jnevifablc,: cer tainty. The . security of a nation does not alone consist in knowing its rights they must be exercised, or they will be, impaired, if not entirely destroyed. - The; elective franchise is the most, important right we possess, and it is on& which -is the least re garded the most frequently neglected, and the roosVdisgracefully abused." t . " ' Fellow-Whigs! Union ? nenl .; you boast yourselves a party- based on principles.-;; If you Would be true to those principles, you must unSinchingly support those men who entertain those principles.. The mere lust of cSce the mere elevation of men to plac.es of profit, are incentives, unworthy a freemen; but to vote a ticket as an endorse ment of principles, and with a desire to promulgate them, is a proud privilege and important duty. -We- should never permit the result of an election as it merely, affects the-candidates, - to control our voice, "action or judgment." ' We should take a more ele vated view, and regard each vole cast as a pledge to the maintaiiTance of principles..-- worth7 ability and acquitments, who will j Looking at our duty in this view,. we should make one of the most efSsient Governors never stop tto consider-wbether our candi the State ever possessed. For some years! dates can be elected -we should never be Judge Iger has retired from active politi-1 induced '- to compromise our principles to cal strife, yet he is known and prized by secure oface for friends, while we degrade our citizens as a gentleman of decided tal-1 and betray pur party and our posltiop; but eats, unquestionable probity and large pop-; cur aim should be to poll every vote possi ularity. In his section he will prove atow- .ble, and let the result stand recorded as the er of strength to4 the Whig and Union par-: extent and power of the political truths we ty. There is. Col. A". K. McCn;-fa, the able have organized to advance. and popular "candiclate-: "for "Congress in this Rally then, Whigs! Union men! on the District, who rendered such good service to first Monday and Tuesday in Nop ruber, ii is uiuiiujr iu iiic fucji.i.baj ii, ouu ma ( anil give u Birong ana unueu buppuib iu iuc talents immense benefit to the State. Those !gaiant champions of your principles. Do who doubt hia strength with the masses j noj faiter in your duty; do not degrade the willnot question his worth as a patriot and ! pnviles you Cnjoy t)y trafHaing away your an individual, or his : higlv capacity ; as votes, and thus' compromising' the integrity legislator. The popularity part of the mat-j 0f your party. To have the ofSces ia the ter will be settled on the first Mojaday and J gift 0f the people" welllle.d this fall, it is Tuesday in November. Then there is the Jonly necessary tc vote for the Ticket pre- gauant ana ; painouc ; iJRAPEORp, cangjaaie jsenlea Dy tnc uonservaue nig party., for Congress from the State at large, high ii:ins c: v, ,.ca raided and talented, everyway worthy of the station to which he aspires. A gener ous people will reward his many glorious Cols. Singleton and EicCIuiagr. 1 , We regret to learn thatT a difHculty , oc carred between these two gentlemen at military and political achievements. And j Carthage, Leake county, on -the 13th iust. there is Jas. -A. Hoeke, candidate for Sec- But the following statement of the facts con- retary of State, and Dan Russxix, candidate j nected with the difSculty, fully exonerates 07" We vwould call the : attention of our readers to the card of Dr. II. Laurence in an another column. - The Dr. informs us that he i at Cooper's Well, and will be here to soon as the health of the city will permit. , :: , ij..r , ,. -1 v - y Relief lor "STazoo City. Since ur last publication, tha following contributions , have been " received by the Mayor for ll elief of the city: . , Capt. J. J. Hughes, 85Q; Geo. S. Y'crger, SSP; John A. Cason, 820; T. J. Say re, C20 Q. D. Gibbs, 23, and 525 frora a citizen .'of the'eounty." :; . ' - .. ' Tlae Epidemle. ' ,-:.. ; till unable to state positively that there ii cnyjvbatement in the .epidemics, yet it b true there -are fewer new cases oc cur! - rro wing eolfcly to the, wantof subjects, as t...rs ere -.not over twenty-five cr thirty citizens in town liable. to,. take, the di'cire. The heavy frost which .we had on Tuesday ' morning last, appears to Lave had but-little cHect in cl.-cclnn:' the progress of the rti knee, 'as thefe have eevtnd. new ca:e3 oc cured since, and some fw have t'.kia a r3- lapse. :." ;' We- understand that several cf c ;r c!;l- 2cns intend to return "with their f imill; j tj' the city in -'xi day or two: we wuuld v, :: for Auditor, those who have any hopes of beating themmust possess tremendous or gans of credulity, for we cannot call it well balanced, intelligent enthusiasm. ' , - , , Take, them all in all candidates for. the Legislature J. EL Bcanus and S. L. James, included look at them as "they are cruti nize their personal k and political characters as you may," weigh well their worth, com petency and usefulness, estimate their claims upon their fellow-citizens, view them as men and officers, and it can be truthfully said that a nobler set of men never appeared be fore the people as candidates for public sta tion. '.'- Fellow-Whigs! the ticket cf your party is before you! Will you support it as ener getically and enthusiastically as bacomca yourselves and your candidates? This h the ouestton and the onlv question. " If you do so, victory is certain, and Ilisiiippi will be redecnyrd from tjie possession and control, of our- op pcnent3. ' - - Then, let u? go to avert, win the triumph --for it iVwi'hin cur reach nnd place our beloved &.ate, by the adoption of wise and wholcsjrr.D l.vr?-, upcrHhc l.i.jh ro;'.i topr manent pic rsrity. . Then, WLi"s! to t!:; fiirht, and do not c.nse strihirr i:r.til the-l i Col. McClun from all blame in the matter. We publish the following letter to Col. Mc Clung; in order that? the public mind ;may be disabused by any unfair orJpartiar state ment that may be circulated for political effect,:to the prejudice of Col. McClung. r Tt should be borne in mind, that Colonel McClung is remarkable, for the high cour tesy and polished bearing Vith which he al ways treats his opponents, and hejias here tofore canvassed the State with. Gov. "Whit field, Col. Featherston, Judge Chalmers and and others, in times of high political excite ment, and has never had a difficulty with either of them, or with any man upon the stump, except Col. Singleton They .have met since and spoke as usual, without any reference to the difaculty. . .... m ...... ; , I .. Here is the letter: CAP.THAcr, Oct. 14,1853.. CoI.'A.K. IIcClukq:' . ' Dear Sir Having been present r.t the discussion between ycur:clf and Mr. C'rgla ton on yesterday,' wa have no hesitation in stating, a3 you rcquc.t, the particulars at tending the collision between you. ' , You were discusfirT the Pacif.o Railroad bratle is FfiOST We had a very heavy frost pa Tuesday morning ast. ; The weather is un comfortably cold. . ' . . ' . TlTIils Union Hen! Are you all ready or are you getting 'ready? One week more, ana. the battle has to be fought. , The skies are bright. Our infor mation is all cheering.. Rogers and Mc Clung, and Burms. arid5 James leads, mps assuredly- But remember, that a victory may be lost by supinencss, or bad manage ment after it may 6e' fairly and truly con sidered as won.- See you, that you let not the victory slip out of your hands where now you have it completely and entirely by any remissness or mismanagement on your parts. " . V O: it I K () w .y, i. 'j II. L:il, ' - rf h:-. !':icathe iCt'i ,t:.2 -7l!i r.icn: jcl!j;v fcrvc. do. i 1 n do. dy. Vi i a V: .! . t i ' , c f 1 "nvr; rr.d Ar Dl.'ri.'t c- f J a f 1 1 i re r t1.. 1 f. r rc-clcs- i Court : .1 nil i "If . II. I T :' -i, co'Mitry, t! . . :' slave, J. "'i :!--rvi!I, , do. ('. :"Id::.ILG, Sexton. i ( " -, T! "nJs of parents . .'io u-'? --r.:.'- - - i cf Cahtor OH, Cah-n-.el, tc, are j.t a.irj that, whib they appear to benefit the patient, ly are actually laying the founclitlci-.a for asorL3 of dlica.-cs, each as salivation, loc3 of 'sight, weakness of limbs, tc' In another column will. b3 found, the adver tisement of Hobensack's Medicines to avL'ch we ask the attention of all directly interested in their own as well as their children's health. In Liver Complaints and .all disorders arising from those of a billious type, should make t:sa of the . only , genuine .medicine", Hobensack's Liver iPi'ls. ' v j " rEi not deceived" but ask for Hoben sack's Worm Syrup and Liver Pills, and ob serve that each has the signature, of tho Pro prietor.!. N.Hobexsacs, as noneelso are gen uine. , - " .... ... .. . , ' ADTERTISBMEri TO. The last Steamer ; brings the - news that Russia has declared war aguinst Tur key, Cotton has ; already fallen two cents with a downward tendency.'- The sympa thies of the cilized world are for Turkey in this contest, snd in all . probability every power in Europe avill be involved before the war ceases; as it is plainly one .of agression, and an unholy effort aficr unirersal domin ion cn the part of Jtussia. --'' Release of Kozsta. The Isfational In telligencer confirms the report of Kozsta's release. The consent of Austria is based on the fact of the crown jewels of Hungary being already recovered.' It was supposed that Kozsta was privy to the disposition made of those articles, ; and could give in formation leading to their recovery; hence his arrest. About the last .of August, the. missing regalia were discovered; and no fur ther' necessity ist3 for the confinement of Kozsta. . fuu"lit r.ni the a ietcry vjn! ZZT Wc crs L. FiiJh t tt,,.:, t' c-m.li 1 i'e ijr J'j: District.- - ! and cornmcnling upon the ch-r-j.3 "you al lae ia loed'hai take:: ct ...... ! 1 i .. 1 . 1 f -3 t1.:.- 1 , 1 1... ia th as I. A jui t r of To the Freemen of the State of ; Mississippi. Fellow P'dizen?: For some months it has doubtless been vknown to the most of you, that I was an independent candidate for the office of Treasurer of your State. My past historyyas an incumbent of the office which I now hold, and to which I seek to be re elected is before you. For nearly seven years I have been the Treasurer of your State, receiving and disbursing your monies in a manner, so far as I know,- acceptable to all pariies. You are; the proper judges ofmy competency to discharge the difficult duties of the office! 4 Lhad , hoped no oppo sition would have been raised to ray re-elec fion; but . the Democratic Committee in the discharge of its duty, has placed a nominee in the field as'my opponent. I did not come out to oppose him, or any other person; but he is brought forward as, my opponent." If our election depends upon our several capa city to perform the . duties :of the office, I sub mi t my past pffici al conduct as evidence of my capacity. If party politics be the test of our merit, then we are on a par, for we are or were b"bth Union Democrats in 1051, and were both engaged in the defence of that caused - ' ..;. . Something has' been said -and wrj'icn a- bout a letter addressed by me to a member of the Democratic "Nominating Committee, stating that I desired to terminate my offi cial career by the "suffrages of the united democracy: , , . I did present my name to he Committee, and present it independently to thepebple cf tli 3 Ctata: This I did, not until" full ad vice was had in the premises. I .ira, ho77 ever, fJlow-'citizens, in the fk'M r.s a candi date for re-elcctica to my present c.7.;e,and I aek year Euffragcs, net r.3 my due, but as tho -pcr.t:r.eou3 Hft cf a fixe ar. 1 ger. .re:' pepb. Whatever cf merit I is known ' to ycu, : c". ,. . i i v . .3 t . . ..... t , i i . 1 1 1 4 C c . ' "J ci ; th-a th? p- I V G. u, p z'jn", L-.t tha t':e I 4 1 1 i V " i d I can . I, r. cmy c... y L:-:-, li.3" ics cf my t.. - - i -?n p- i a 1 " f " t 3 U H. LAURENCE, Dentist. " . FFICE on Main street; in the New Frame Building a lew doors below Jefferson , et. A lift of prices for any operation oa the teeth can be consulted at the office. - Yazoo city, Oct 28, 1853. IG-tf."- , READING BISCUIT. : JUST received 100 boxes English Reading Yazoo city, Oct.- 23, 1853. , 16-tf. 131 PORTA MT DISr OVE R Y! RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES I ! B r ya n ' s I ulnonic, 17, afers arc unfailing in their cure ot -Coughs, Colds, Asthma; Bronchitis, Sore -ThroaU Hoarsntss, Difficult Breathing t Incipient Consumption, and Diseases of the Lungs. They have no taste of medicine, and arty child will take them, tjiou- sands have been restored to health that had be fore despaired. Testimony given in hundreds of cases; A single does .relieves 'iia tex jaiS- UTES. '"; ". "'''.. ; ',. ' ; ..... Ask for Bryan's Pr.lrr.onic Wafers the orig inal and genuine 13 stamped "Bryan,'' Spuri ous kinds are offered for sale. , Twenty-five cents a box. Soli by! dealers generally, J. BRYAN &. Co., Rochester, N. Y., Proprietors. Wholesale by O.'O. WOODMAN &o. ' Oct. 21, 1853. ' 15-6t. . Yicksburg: ; '-'t;,-;;v-Molice.-'1 , - 4 LL persons indebted to John Burge & Chas. Biery, for Ale, Porter and Wine, archere by notified not to pay any money they may be oving us, to Chas. Biery, without my consent. Oct 21. '53. 15-3t. . , i . , JOHN BURGE.- Lr ,,1 u .... J ll . t , T .. I . ia. .1; II. cf : A. .1 1 ) t!iO Hon.- .'"---V "-. ' ' co-iAi2TnsiiiP..; SIIE undersigned have formed a co-partner- ship for the purpose of conducting a , . Cotton Factorage and General ' Commission . . . ' : , " ' Business! , ";-J -..h i. w' ' . -in this city, . under the name of RAXDOLrn, Grat&Co. . It. II. RANDOLPH, . JNO. C. GRAY, F.G. RANDOLPH.: - Now OrleansAugust 12, 1853.; J 6-ly; n. jr. RASDOLrn. jno. c. crat. f, g. rand olpii . "RAriDoLnx, gi:ay& eo., I , . AND - -'- 'i : fi rn .ft.- YT NO. 2G, NEW; LEVEE,-:;: V Sept: 9, J53.'. 9-lfw; '-'IXew Orltms.S :fall and 'yas'vm ooodi: WE are receiving additions to our. large ; Stock of Dry. Good3, to v. hich we invite the attention of purcha&era. ; s I ; .." ; J Fancy and SilIt'Goot:3. ' -?; ":-v"Every style and variety. Yf : "u PLANTATION GOODS! ; J ; ; ; ' Kentucky Jeans and Linsey; , , ; ". Lowells Russetts. ' V X Particular attention paid to Orders and Planters and bther3 may rely upon Goods and Prices being satisfactory. ; G. N. Cnuacn a co. Vicksburg, sept 5, 1853. -; - : - j 9-tf. ; A " THE well-known superiority of the , Axes, has induced some manufacturers to stamp their axe3 II. COLLINS, and such .axes are frequently sold a3 nr. rr.ir.ufacture. v " The GENUINE COLLINSAXES, wluch have been made under my c';rocion for more thn twenty-live yr.-.ri, and w hich have sustain ed such anunrivlt:J reputation, are invariably stamped COLLI No & CO, 1IA11TFORD. They are to be ct our Dpot in tho city of New York, and at t!.3 principal Hardware Stores in the Urge cities. ' . CA"'L V.'. COLLINS. New York, spnl 15,'. Vly..- V .... t. . - . tK. - A- A;:.! J :.-..'.- A- ' ti-j-l ; ' ''ITq. 37, G.'iVl.i . "" Ol.IlI.E. - HAVE r.! - oi I '. ' L"".-";, r; -, w-.inu!--; c .i; ' . ris.';:.:, Al'"1-:1 !'.I'r.-'3 ii Jl " 1 .:: :.., end c e rf e. ... - - "-- T-1 " 1. cr,.ytala, 'ir.-: t ' Vv'EiT,.a3 a c;..;:,!i Uii .,r I . Tazoo county, at thy next . . . :. 4Vo are ' authorised to - ti: .Srrvrr?-, cs a candidate- Lr rc! office of Itarr, at tbo ,j!Ct I: . We .sra Authorized . to a maun c 'RosriiT'C. Pzsiir. -as' a car-!;:.:.' a tioa to tho oface 'of -Circuit Jud-3 eft.:,- r;fV Judicial Di?trict, composed cf tho rr::;t!vj cf Yizoo, IIohas3,.2Iadon, . Attala, - Leake and Win'fon.-4-" ;;.". V : ; - " --. - 05"! IL A. JESicrxs 13 a cand-data farrc-c'c-tion to the ofuce of ClicrilT cf Yazoo county at the next election. ' ' ' 'l 1 ! ' ' c are' authorised to a n noun ce.E.'G .Hes'st, Earj.,' of Uladison county, n a randi date fr Circuit Jud-e of the Fifth' Judicial District; at -tho next election.-., i .-.-., :- ' TFe are authorized tot announce Ja::z3 U. Bell 3 a "candite for re-election'' id the cHlcj of 'Probate Clerk, at the next election, j. r We are authorized to announce A. II.Hamy of Madison,' as a candidate "for ' Judge -(of . the High Court of Errors and Appeals, for the first District co'!:tic.: Hinds, Warren, Washing" tondlolivar, Raukin, Scr.tt, ;.V;vtca,:. Lauder dale, Kemper, Neshoba, Leake, .".ladison.Yazoo, Holmea, Sunower, Attala, Wiustoxi, Noxubee, and Issafjuena.'. ..;...-. :; yu.l v IFe are authorized to ur:;e William Mat as a candidate for cc . y Treasurer, at the next' election. . , - . . - , . :-iWe nre authorized to ennounce Hoaan L. Fitch as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Fifth judicial District, at the ensuing election.:.;;,-...;.;; ;- ..v;, . .; s.tr, TFe are authorized to announce E. Was sosas a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Yr.n county, at the next election. - ' " p Wq arc authorized to announce Theocc.":.; Doty as a candidate for District Attorney of the Fifih J udicial District, at the ensuing election, f "- :-- ';" '""'-.'' : - We areuthorized to announce FA7. Cr :r ekboss -as-, a " candidate- for - Probate Judge cC Yazoo county, at t!ie next election. -'- ; . Jfe are authorized to' announce X"t?. Dea solas' a candidate for Circuit Clerk, at the next election,.; " , We are authorized to announce Peter B. Cook as a candidate for , county Treasurer, at the ensuing election; ' ' " "" . ' - -. , i f " ' ' . , - IFe are authorized to -'announce S. M. Phillips a3. a candidate for Circuit .Clerk, at the next election. - ,f . We are authorized to announce? J3enj. F. Adams as a candidate for Assessor, at the next election. V ''' ; We are authorized toannaunce Jo. Sheeard as a candidate for Assessor, at, the next elec tion. " .''.'' ..' .; ; ' , ' tlre are authorized to annaunce Wm. R. Wsess as a candidate for Assessor, at tho' next election . ; - - - 07" We are anthorizad to announce. Alex. Ssitk, as a-candidate; for county Treasurer, at the next election. v' - . " . 05 He are authorized, to announce Josia'A T.-1 Russell, - Jr., as a candidate for Circuit Cleric at the next election. ' . TVe are authorised to announce Tlr. II. JIan .gum, as 'a candidate for Assessor, at the. nest election.". '-.'"- -5 :' "''r . ' -:' ' .. T. ; ., mi ., CuRREcTED WEESLT EY LINK ii KlRRISOJf. ARTICLES. Apples, green,- j-, -- - dried, :"-- "v -' Jdagging,: ly-y. ; ;: . It id a, ; -j, Bale Rope, .- - ; ... .. Twine,, ,.' ,", '"" Bccfmcss, . 1-" '..prime;-.-. - - - cargo, Bacon.hams,':. ; - .;. do - sides, -- - - - - - . - do shoulders; . . - " Butter, Goshen, do Country,. ... 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