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XI A IS ICY OF THE WEST. Air "Star Spangled Banner." Lo the chieftain is gone from Ihe scene of his fame, But the halo of ages shall gather around it ; For his sword waved in Justice and Liberty' nane. And Liberty's hard with her myrtle has crowned it. Ho has mounted on hijhto the patriot's sky, Whila his country was last in the heart and the sigh ; But joy ! tho' the hero has gone to hi3 rest. His mantle is left to our Hope of the West! He shall wear it in glory, in honor, in power. In despite of abstractions, of knaves, and cf trrason, And the venrtl shall tremble, the coward shall cower Ephemeral insects that flutter their season ; Yes, the noble and great, in the forum of state. By the dictum of freemen, the fiat of fate. Shall rule o'er the land that his labors have blcs: Our lUrry, the dauntless, and Pride of the West ! He Ins stood like a rock when the tempest has roared. And the gallant have trembled at dangers surrounding. Mid the War of great minds his warm spirit has soared, tn the triumph of genius the proudejt confounding. The tyrant's strong chain he has riven amain Bear witness, fair Greece, and Columbia's plain; Then deep in our hearts with the noblest and best. We'll shrine him, cur Harry and Hope of the West! Look o'er the proud scroll of your glorious names. From the light of to day through the lapses of ages. To souls that were honor's, and virtue and fame', Whose fire and devotion illume the world's pages: Then turn in your pride where the whole are allied To the statesman unyielding, the patriot guide; And point, while your gratitude beams all expressed, To Harry, our glory and Star of the West! Fill, fill to the brim in the lymph of your springs, And toast him, fair Liberty's peerless defender; And bear it, ye breezes, on wandering wings, Wherever Aurora diffuses her splendor. Our banner's unfurled, it shall beacon the world, 'Till tho Dagon of doubt and Abstraction is hurled. And we throne in his place whom his country loves best. Our Harry, the Glory and Pride of the West! Brooklyn, New York. F. R. H. HAV YOU A CJOT5II! Do not neglect it! Thou sands have met a premature death for the watt of a little atten tion to a common cold. Have you a cough 1 Dr. Hull's Cough Lozenges, a safe medical prescription, containisg no poisonous drusf and used in an extensive practice for several years, will mot positively afford relief, and save you from that awful disease, pul monarv conssmDtion. which usually sweeps into the grave hun dreds. For sale at Mr. F. Shoemake's dry good store, Hollv Springs. Dr. LacouutS Vegetable XootU-acIie Elixir. A CERTAIN AND IMMEDIATE CURE. DR. LACODNT having appointed several agents for the sale of his valuable drops for the cure of Tooth-ache, can with confi dence recommend it as an infallible cure in all cases, however se vere ; giving relief in a very few minutes, and that too without any injury to the Teeth or Gums when in a morbid state, and of resto ring a healing action. Price, 50 cents a vial. For sale at Air. F. Shoemake's dry good store, Holly Springs, Miss. April 22, 1842. 39 5m i If uirs Worm r.ozeiJUs. 13 ROVED in more than 1500 cases to be infallible, the only cer . tain Worm Destroying medicine in use, and are the greatest discovery ever made lor dispelling the various kinds of worms that so frequently and distressingly annoy both children and adults. Ma ny diseases arise from worm' nd occasion intense suffering and even death, without their eve. -eing suspected : grown persons are very often afllicted with them nd are doctored for various com plaints without ajy benefit, when one dose cf these Lozenges would speedily cure them. They are an infallible remedy, and so pleasant to the taste that children will take them as readily as a common pep permint Lozenge. Parents should always keep these Lozenges in the house, for they are the best medicine tha can be administered to children afflicted with worms, Price, 23 cents per box, with full directions. For sale at Mr. F. Shoemake's dry rrood store. Holly Springs, Miss. April 22, 1843. 39 5m Trust sale. BY virtue of a deed of trust executed to me, by John Stor.el end duly recorded in the Probate Clerk's office of Tippah countv, Mississippi, on the 29th day of February, 1840, in Deed Book C. pages 390 and 391. I shall sell to the highest bidder for cash, at the residence of John Stone, on the undermentioned premises, On Monday the first day of August, 1842, the following tract of land, to wit: Section No. 28, in Township No. 1, of Range No. 2, East of the basis meredian of the Chickasaw lands in said county and State : Also, five LIKELY NEGROES, to wit: Dick, Allen, Augustus, Robert aud Green,, provided they are delivered to me under said deed of trust, on or before the day of sale. The title to the land is believed to be undoubted, but such title only will be made as is vested in me bv said deed of trust. THOMAS TOOMBES, Trustee. . ALSO, At the same lime and place, by virtue of a deed of trus executed to the undersigned by John .5??one, and duly recorded in the Probate CleTk's office of Tinnah countv. Mississirmi. on the 20th day of Julv 1840, in Deed Book C. on pages 563 and 5G4. We shall sell to the highest bidder for cash, the following tract of land, to wit: Section .Vo2S, in Township No. 1, of Range No. 2, East of the ba sis meredian of the Chickasaw lands in said county and State: Also, the following personal property, provided the same comes to our possession under said deed of trust, on or before the dav of sale, lo wit: Ten LIKELY NEGROES, six head of horses, 'three mules, eighty head of cattle, seventy-five sheep, two yoke of oxen, two hun dred head of hogs, one set blacksmith's tools; and divers articles of household and kitchen'furniture, farming utensils, &c, too tedious o mention, particularly enumerated in said deed of trust. Such itle will be made as is vested in us by said deed of trust. THOMAS TOOMBES, THOMAS PETERS. February 1, lS42-27-Gm. Trustees ITJ offal's vegetable Life Tills & rpHESE medicines are indebted for ihei r flame to tv.; ti1 ercih oMtnn in rinvW.-in V . . i7..- and enduing them with renewed tone and ,elstf doubled fact, that at a very early -period in their hint. n . ' - - - - - - .- " ' . i.lt i V r"5--. . , - terlv failed, in which they also permanently seccrrVVv?.5 enjoyment of health, without which life i'self is but ar-"--; - . -j i . - 4t;- i t'-iw ao irreai inucm utu u:ir ruivncy juvariaoiv prove? Hie UCd Ull l Ull uuiluuuuiLOl 1I Mil 1 i.!C3 lirUU illl't. h- - - - ) ' i - pou 1 titu I'liU-iNJA. hi xx ijKS are so caned, bep.uetb the power of restoring the expiring ember cf hcahh. t0 viror throujrhout the constitution, as the Phcrnix is U.:. " Cabbage Worms. A writer in the Southern Cultivator says, "he had n square of very fine cabbages in his garden, nnnn which thft worm had commune! mfilinrr rrrc-At rnva. "J t to gts. Pennyroyal was gathered and scattered over the cab bage heads plentifully, and the work of destruction ceased." The writer does not know whether the discovery was a new one, but tt seems to have been a very easy and effectual one, and well worth a trial.- Albany Cultivator. Destruction or weeds. 'The farmer who suffers weeds to remain until their ripe seed are shed, and scattered, by the winds, is not only hostile to his own inteiests, but is an enemy to the public.' j Ague and I'evcr cured hy II nil's Vegetable Pill's. THE proprietor of Hull's Pills (from the experience of the last four years) feels himself authorised in asserting and warrant ing his pills to be the most innocent and perfectly efficient remedy ever offered to the public, and is really what it purports to be, a cer tain, speedy and permanent cure for all cases whatever of ague and fever, or chills and fever. Such has been its very great success where ir has been used, that it has supplanted almost every other remedy; and by its uniform certainty in curing this very disagreea ble arid sometimes distressing disease, has gained the entire confi dence of the public and approbation of the medical faculty. Indeed, many of the mo;-Lprominent and distinguished practitioners, in va rious parts of the western country, have such confidence in its supe rior eliicacy, that they give it a decided preference over all other remedies, and uniformly prescribe it in their practice for this disease. Tlie superiority which is claimed for this medicine over all others, i, that independent of its being a speedy and certain cure it is the most perfectly innocent remedy known. Infants, females and per sons of the most delicate constitutions, may take it without the least fear of any unpleasant effect, acd will find their general health and vigor restored by its use. The proprietor would recommend per sons living in places subject to this disease, to keep a constant sup ply by theiu, more particularly where nv dical aid cannot be readily obtained; and he would a.-!c druggists and cbuntry merchants who deal in medicines, to give them a trial in their neighborhoods as he islully prepared to warrant it to cure in every case, il the directions arc followed , and as an evidence cf its popularity the sales are ra pidly increasing annually, and the very high reputation which it has enjoyed for t!ie last four years, throughout :he Southern a d Western States, is fully sustained, lie has now in his possession nnumerable certificates and letters, lroni merchants and persnons who have used and sold it, as well as from physians of the highest respectability in various parts of the country, all ot whom bear am ple testimony to its great curative power indeed since the proprie tor first offered it to'lhe public (now 4 years,) he can, with truth say that he believes at least one hundred thousand cases of ague and fev er, or chills and fever, have been permanently cured by its use without its having lailed in a single instance where the directions have been followed. In many ease, a single doe has been sufficient to effect a cure, and entire families of six or eight persons have been cured by a single box, and other cases of long standing which had esisted all other popular remedies and medical treatment, have rea dilj' yielded to thai incJicine. The proprietor would respectfully invite the attention of the faculty generally to his medicine and ask of them to give it a fair trial in their practice, as he feels assured that fror.i its laxative and pjwerfuly diaphoretic properties, they wi '.! find a much more eilective tonic than quinine and the other me dicines now in use. . Each box contains Twenty Doses price only One Dollar per box. For sale at Mr. F. Shoemake's store, Holly Springs, Miss. May 13 1842 Gm. Soap Svd Instead of suffering your washerwoman to throw out the soap suds about the kitchen door, make her pour them, as made, in a barrel in your garden, and water your plants of all kinds with them. A Cure for Consumption. Mr. Adam Mott giyes the following atatement in the Maine Farmer: MA friend of mine, who resides in Industry, in this state, told me that his wile was sick of what the Doctors called the Consumption. She was visited by four physicians, who gave her orcr. She was very sick was unable to sit up had a Terj' severe cough, and grew no better, ' but rather worse" she failed very fast. She recollected that she had before re ceived benefit from the use of St. John's wort; her husband procured some of it, it was steeped, and she made it a con stant drink for four or five days there appeared to be but little alteration; but after this she grew better very fast j her health was so much improved that in the course of six or eight weeks she was able to resume her customary occupations-She commenced weaving, and wove about 40 yards of cloth. During this time she made constant use of Sl John's wort tea What has been done may again be done. It helped her: it may help others. The tea may be made as you would make peppermint or any herb tea to drink by merely steeping the herb in water. The herb may be gathered any time after it is large enough but the best time for gathering it is during the seventh month. A supply may now doubtless be found in almost every hay mow where there is any hay. 1 much approve of this sim ple remedy. CIRCUIT COURT, March Term, 1842. nn Lewis, by her next 1 IV m. S. Saunders, ! Bill for D:vorec, The State of Mississippi, Marshall County; Frances A Friend vs. Henry Leicis rr II IS day came the complainant by attorney, and whereas, itap JL pears to the satisfaction of the Court upon affidavit filed by William S. Saunders, that the said ITenry Lewis is not to be found in this state, and that he is not a resident thereof, it is therefore or dered by the Court, that the facts charged by complainant in said bill be set for hearing at the next term of this Court, cxpartc, unless the defendant will then and there appear, and plead answer or demr.r to the same ; that a copy of this order be published in the Holly Springs Gazette, a newspaper published in the town of Holly Springs, Miss, for the space of three months previous to the net term of this Court. A true copy Jrom the minutes. Test, A. T. GARUTHERS, Clerk, April I, 1842. 36 3m TRUST SALE. By virtue of a deed of trut executed by William E. Smith to the undersigned, for the purposes therein mentioned, and recorded in the Probate Clerk's office of Marshall countv, Mississippi, on the Cth day of June, 1840, in Deed Book G, on pages 627 & 626, I will sell to the highest bidder for cash, at the Court House Door in the town of Holly Springs, on Monday the 9lh day of September, 1842 the following described property to wit: Lot number 25 as represent ed on the addition to the town of Hollj Springs, and located on Sec tion 31, Town 3, and Range 2 west of the basis meridian, in the Chickasaw cession. The title to the above properly is believed to be good but I will make such title only, as is vested in me as trustee. JOHN L. CHISM. March 13 1S12 31 Cm PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE KEGKOES, LAftIS, KILLS, STOCK, !Lc BY virtue of a deed of Trust, executed to the undersigned, by Andrew 11. Govan and Mar- P. his wife, bearing date on the 3lst of May, 1S41, and duly recorded in the Counties of Marshall, Tippah, Yellobusha and Tallahatchie, and for the purposes and considerations in the. said need expressed, I shall expose to sale at AUCTIOrvi, to the highest bidder for cash, on 77 e21st day of June, 1 842, Upon the premhes, the valuable Plantation called Long Creek; sit uated upon the waters of the Creek so named in the county of Talla hatchie, and State of Mississippi, about Twelve miles from Grena da, containing by estimate nearly Four Thousand acres of land' upon the improved parls ol which there will be growing at the time ol sale full crops of Cotton and Corn, to be so'id with the Plantation: Also, about iJGH T V JIK IJL. Y Ji:uJtOKS, anu the stoeK ol Horse?, Mules, Cattle, Hogs, Corn Fodder, Plantation Implements, Wagrns, Carts, Ginstands, &c. And on 7Vte 24A day of June, 1842, At the Boean Mills, in ihe county of Yellobusha, one mi ie from the town of Grenada, the Tract of land surrounding and embracing the said mills supposed to contain about Three Thousand acres of which several hundred acres consist of valuable Creek liotlom, the remainder beir Timber Lnnd, and nresenting with the M ILL FIX TURES and FIXC WATER POWER, Tannery and Work Shops a most desirable object of speculation: Also, at the same time and place, sundry lots and improvements, situated in the town of Grenada, and the Sock of Farming Utens sils, Household Furniture, Iron, Blacksmiths and Carpenter Tools, Cart, Wagons and Carry logs. And Also, one half section of land, situated in the county of Yellobusha and known as being the same which was recently purchased of one John S perry. ftr-Selling as Trustee, I shall convey no other title than 1 pos sesses such. E. PUGH DAVES. Marshall County, Miss. Dec. 9, 1811. jTjf N. B. By the wish and consent of all the parties interested, George H. Wyatf, Esq., will be associated with me as Trustee, in the sales of the property conveyed in the above Deed of Trust, and the whole business will be conducted by us jointly. F.. P. DAVES, GEO. Ii. WYATT. Marshall County, Miss.' Dec.lO, lSll-20-tds. 3rThe Reporter, Grenada, and Natchez Courier, Natchez, will please insert the above weekly till day of sale, and forward account to this office. ?The Natchez Courier will please discontinue E. Pugh Daves former advertisement of "Valuable Land and Ne groes," and forward bill to thisoince MILLENARY ArSI 3JAXTUA 3IAKIIVG. Wheat. Mr, this section of A remedy has A Preventive of the Weevil is Hoi me: Great losa has been sustained in of State for several years by the weevil. Deen louna nrs: suggested, believe by our curious and useful friend Dr. Leach of Sangerville. The remedy is no less than this. Sow spring rye with the wheat, I sowed a eqtiaro lot of six acres to wheat last spring, and then to test this preventive, I sowed the borders of the field, two rods in width, with twelve quarts of rye. Tha result was, the wee vils were deposited ia the rye in euch numbers as so produce a famino in nearly every head. There were no weevils in the wheat, end I think there was not a quart of rye grown in a hundred bushels of the wheat. Mv neio-hW. prised of my design of sowing the rye, butthev were wan- m me rauh, and thetr grain sown at the same time suHTer- ttnw ed very materially.lfgfni Farmer. D L ?ttl30n ascribed h!th anA w.1tki I ' jo small beer; disa;e and crime to spirituous liquors TKUST SALE. Tlv virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to me bvE. T. COLLINS Jl and A. CAMPBELL; and recorded in the Probate Clerk's office of the county of Marshall, in the State of Mississippi, on Ihe 13th day of July, A. D. 1840; Deed book H. on pages 425 and I shall proceed, On Mondoy the 20th day of June A. D. 1842 at the Court House door in the town of Holly Springs. Miss, to sel for cash, to the highest bidder, the following described property; with the valuable improvements thereon, situated in the towrn of Holly Springs to wit: Lots No. 7 &. 16: and the Eastern portion of Lots No. 8 & 15, as represented in the plan of ihe town of Holly Springs; on Section No. 31, Township No. 3, Range No. 2 West The title is believed to be undoubted; but such title only will be made as is vested in me by said deed of trust. O. DAVIS, Trustee. September the 9th, 1841.-7 tds. TRUST SALE. BY virtue of a deed of trust executed by Richard E. Hadenand Jordan Y. Cummins, to me, for certain purposes therein men tioned, which d ied is on record in the Probate Clerk's Office olMar shall county, Mississippi, in book H, paees 607 and 608. I will sell at the Court House door in the town of Holly Springs, to the high est bidder for cash, on Monday ihe 0th day of September 1842 the following described property viz : A part of lot number 112 fronting on Lagrange street 26 feet, and running west on Hernando street 6S feet, as represented on the plan of the town of Hollv Springs title is good but I will make only such title $ is vested in me as trustee. LEVI CUMMINS. March I8th IS4134 6ua T L ST Receir-d, a large and general assortment of Groceries, J which wc w-Jl sell at reduced prices, for cash. Persons wishing to supply themselves with Grocehies for the rear, wonld Wll to3're us a call McClUILKIN in -OWENS. tored to life from the ashes of its own dissolution. Tl flitters are entirely vesretab'.e. coinro-ed of icon f.vrr.x I'',' tain parts oi me wesiern couniry, wcicn win iniaShy.'r . .1' erful preparations of Sarsnpafilla, and will htmediateU-ca-iV termination of blood to the head; never fail in the .'?f',,,' ' to young females ; ana win te iouna a certain rpmu-y in ' r jshilitti tjmA irfnl rifts nf the romt imiir., . ' Asa remedy lor i,&rontc.ana mtiamuiorv j.teuvtf'ii ii. - v ol liie i'neenix outers win oe cieany ueiuuLsirMica tt u.e t - sineie nouie. The proprietor rejoices in the opportunity arTcrdrdh-rv,tv sal diffusion of the rress. for placing hi Vfl E 7t nrr 7.1 al in the community. Unlike the host of pernicious which boast of vegetable ingredients, the Liie Pills tte . Mml t n i n nil linf In.At ri. A . " tJOUJUI VtlitMfiULi 1UU ivuuiiu uiiiuri imiv.u. i, AiKiclrfr 2 . i n i . , " ' .1 nic, nor any other mineral, in any lorm wnaiever. i cv 2 . iy composed of extracts from rare acd powerful pirns, ih-ti- which.though long known to several Indian tribes, acd ii:r '.; some eminent pharmaceutical chemists, are altogether ur,kr.-i; the ignorant pretenders to medical science ; and were r.ever C actministerea in so u?ppny euicaciousd cou.Linancn. Their first operation is to loosen from the coats of tl and bowels, the various impurities and crodities cor--r T", tling around them ; and to remove the hardened fvces tsL . in the convolutions of the small intestines. Other met partially cleanse these, and leave such collected mnses h i : -produce habitual costiveness, with all its train of evi;. r. " arrhcea, with its imminent dangers. This fact is weli la, ttr regular anatomists, whe examine the human biwe!s?.fer,t: hence the prejudice of these well informed men sp.ii-M v,f.. medicines of the cge. The second etlect of the Viy.LT-.: LIFE' PILLS is to cleanse the kidneys ar..i xh b:pt . lirely depends upon .the regularity of the urinary orgaus 1 1 , vhich takes its red "color from the agency of the liver rri before it passes into the heart, being thuspurifedby -ished by food coming from a clean stomach, courses : o the veins, renews every part ol the system, and trinmpli 'jf the banner of health in the blooming cheek. The following are among the distressing variety cf 1 u r r ses to which theVegetable Liie Pills are well known to In , DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the f-r-l r ' -stomachs, and creating a fiowot pure healthy bile, inie. : , and acrid kind ; Flatulency, Palpitation of the heart, L. . petite, Heart-burn and Headache, ftesllissnss, IU-f; - . Languor and MclanchoUy, which are the general ?yiu 1, . pepsia, will vanish, as a tiatural consequence ol it cur-? i .-.ess, by cleansing the whole length of the intestines vvs b .- nrncps. ann wiinn n via t'liuc ; ni viu . m uisr jc.ic costive within two days, Diarrheee and Cholera, by re. r sharp acrid fluids by which these complaints r,ie occii i promoting the lubricative secretions of the mucotis n.t r t vers of all kinds, by restoring the blood to a rog.ibr : through the process oi perspiration in soir.e c.ise. - . 1 1;- . solution of all inteslinalobsiructions in others. The L v V -have been known to cure Rheumatism periiianently in t. . i and Gout in half that timei)y removing localinii.iir.su -muscles and ligaments of the joints Dropsies tfall k::. I ! and strengthening the kidneys and bladder; they citi.re r lightfully onthose important organs, rind hence have ever Iff a certain romedv for the worst cases ot Gravel. Al c Vi" these creatures ;idbt re ; Asthma and Consumption, hv r . air vessels of the lungs fiom the mucus, whit h e . m i u i . occasion, which if not removed becomes haithi.e1., . c those dreadful diseases. Scurvey, Ulcers, and lr.vc; i the perfect purity which these Life Pills give to tie l.-v 4 the humors; Scorbutic Eruptions and Had Co.n iexio? H alteraiive etlect upon the thuds that feed the skin, the nu which occasions all Eruptive complaints, Sallow, Cl.uiuy.s. er Uisagreeaoje pompier ions, l ic use oi i nese tiit ur ;i i II .1 T t ' "I . Tl 1 , T " ' . I . r i m x ill f 1 1 r" l nil pnii I M a-iiif in !i i. r.H 11 i.iv- ' f kins: improvement in the C learness of the et'i h. Collision C Intluenza, will always be cured by one dose, or by two, evir, worst cases. Piles, as a remedy lor inis aistresMi g ; 1. 1 '" i .i -XT ..Li. T T:11. j 1:,.:- . i Iuaiaay, tne v ejjeiauie tiiie mis uoci t- a uimuil'i ana cu. : nmtYn.n(tafiiin It t trptl Iniiivn lo hundreds in !?! ;-v : . W . . . i.. m . . - - ...... - - " originator of these invaluable Pills was himseif afilictcd t- cnmnlaim fnr nnuanU of thirtv fte ue.ars. and that lie iri.n ever' remedy prescribed within the whole compass of tie' K1.Ainr. X 3 a ,-..rr-'.r- ot 'or er' V lri.l tti Til nA n i t f. ii'i:.l. ! a' tuiu. nvn vf , ... .... 1 1 ' nrc i.i th rtthMf nnt ie vris enrpil in a verv short iirr.e . rpmvprv hai twen nror.nnneea noi oniv lmnrcc.'.L e. w - j - i - i- impossible, by any human means. .rt.li iiiut iur. ttiouai rcniuirs ti m (.1.1 it-ma i m iu r. " ! taking the Life Medicines strictly according to ti e dimr isnotby a newspaper notice, or by anything thai say in their favor, that he hopes to gain credit. results of a fair trial. TTA ING returned to Holly Springs, would respecifully inform jljl tier lrienas and tne public, that slie is prepared to attend to all business in the above line, on the shortest notice. Having made ar rangements to procure the latest fashions, she flatters herself from strict attention to business, to merit a share of public patronage. 3 Shop on the South-west corner of the public square, one door North of J. S. "VViggs' confectionary. April 2-2, 1642v ' 39 tf CORSMEAL. THE subscribers have made arrangements by which they will keep constantly on hand, fresh corn meal, which we will sell cheap for cash. M'CtUILKIN & OWENS. STILL CHEAPER. THE subscriber returns U? thanks to the citizens of Holly Springs and Marshall Covoiy, for theii liberality, (in various ways) towards bim, and is determined to return the favor, by sel- Proauce and Groceries, almost as rhean asthev mnM .l f1 ; . - 1 i r- ' , J , aracies, oeiore you ouy eise- ling them ask. Call and examine the followin where. Brown & Loaf Sugar , Bacon & Lard, ; Cider &. Vinegar, Sperm & Tallow Candles, Aiso 5o busheZs of corn. Rio & Havana Coffee, Flour & Corn Meal. Bar & Shaving Soapj Wool Rols. ; G. L. SWAN. .JR4Y5?ctTlCES--la!rsIiaIt County. I o . lTr v. t. jjfine, living 10 miles South of Holly J. bprmgs, one dun filly, black mane and tail, has a good bell on with a leather collar and double buckle, no marks or brands, three TA KEN up by Wm. Broom, hying 3 miles below Tallaloo5a, cnedark roan mare and bay colt; the mare is branded on the lcft sho nlder with the letters V S, and the figure 8 on the left thigh, tin der-bit m the left ear, crop off the right, hip "knocked down, no oth er marks or brands- The coU a dark bay filly, star in the forehead. WmSJ08??- a -w , May 17,18-12. IRTKJ"Pjr A;M. WaldritJivin? on Pigeon Roost Creek, 15 miles west of Holly Springs, and 4 miles above Bradly's Mills e,S5W,kb?J.?!,a,8uye0.ld a &maU niP on lhe noe, and a small fter in the forehead. Appraised to S25. May 16. 1842. May 2. 1842.-44-3 G. L. SwAS, Ranger. I.e hr.-; r. Advice to Femalfs. e males who vaioe got-i i cr : never be without the Lite Medicines, as they purily the i move Obstructions, and give the skin a beautiful, clear, I and blooming appearance. TO PHENTS AND OTHERS. 1'erSOnS OI a f hiliOflf f are subject to fits, headache, giddiness, dimness of &i ?!'-, siness, from too great a flow of blood to the head, should u- quently. Children, ana persons oi an ages, may uiive..- time, as they do not contain mercury, or any ingrot.ieni i...-. .. confinement or restriction of diet. To Ei-dkuly Persons. Many healthy aged indlv;.. ' krowthe value of Jloffal's Life 3edicines, make it a ru 1 them two or three times a week, by which they remc-vp ' that produce diseases, preserve their health, and keep off': Hies of age. Heads op Families should always keep a quantity 0. - Medicines in the house, as a jensedy in cases of tvidpf hv their nrnmnt administration. Cholera Morbus, Gout ;s :" ach, Cramps, Spasms, Fevers, and other ala rming cvK?:p too often prove fatal, may be speedily cured or prevented. Facts for Mothers and Nceses. It is a Jact cstal: annual bills of mortally, that one half of the childrsn ' off before they ai am the age oi seven years oi sge. . - r source of this mortality is found to exist in that foul 'f-', ach and bowels which produces the generation of VhVt-- ; safe restorer of Infantine Health, in this critical stste.thcj icines have lon held a distinguished reputation ; ar t! k E the stomach and bowels, and convulsions, although KrT" " exist, it is allowed to be superior to other. For sale at CAGE & Co.'s Drug Store, Ar!: ? r Prnnnpfnt April 15, 1842. ; I " ' : 15. A.IfllTEIIS, STILL continues to carry on the above busire ; Hollv Sprin'rs. on Main. Street, three doer fr; He has on hand a handsome assortment cf hats of. which he offers low for cash. . N. B. Hats made to order on the shortest nou'ee September 30th, 10 tf. Mi-' ATTORNEY ASD .CO V NSELL OJ? A ' Holly SrM; . Hernando street. l" ' OFFICE P owell's Row,