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the sinnriEs Kiuna.
Sweet warblers of tho juaay horj, Forerer on the win I love them, as I lore the flowers. The sunlight, and the spring; They come like pleasant memories; In summer's joyous time, And sing their gushing melodies ! As I would sing a thyme. In the green and quiet places Where the golden sunlight fall. We sit with smiling faces, To list their silver calls; And when their holy anthems Come peeling through the air. Our hopes leap forth to meet them, With a blessing and a prayer. Amid the morning's fragrant detr-- Amidst the mists of even They warble on as if they drew Their music down from Heaven. How sweetly sounds each mellow note. Beneath the moon's pale ray, When dying zephyis rise and float, Uke fbver's sighs, away I .Like shadowy spirits seen at ere. Among the tombs they glide; Where sweet pale forms, for which we grieve Lie sleeping sida by side. They break with song the solemn hush Where peace reclines her head. And link their lays with mournful thoughts That cluster round the dead. For nerer can my soul forget The loved of other years; Their memories fill my spirit yet I've kept them green with tears And their singing greets my heart at timet, As in the days of yore. Though their music and their loveliness Is o'er for ever o'er. And ouen, when mournful night Comes with a low sweet tune, And sets a star on every height. And one beside the moon When not a'sound of wind or wars The holy stillness mars, 1 look above and try to trace Their dwellings in the stars. The birds ! the birds of summer hours They bring a gush of glee. To the child among the fragrant flowers. To the sailor on the sea. We hear their thrilling voices In their swift and airy flight. And the inmost heart rejoices With a calm and pure delight. In the stillness of the starlight hours. When I am with the dead. Oh may they flutter 'mid the flowers That blossom o'er my head. And pour their songs of gladness forrh In one melodious strain. O'er lips whose broken melody Shall never sing again. UII13 IJCiriSIlEl EUE HER HEART XIAD XtXOWlV. She perished ere her heart had knoarn A sorrow or a tear. Ere o'er her spirit care had thrown A shadow or a fear! And little knew she of this life. Its wasting care and hopeless strife. Ehe sleeps beneath a gentle hill , That looks upon the west. Dead to the world, but living still To those who loved her best; And en her grave, with folded wings. Sweet memory sits and sings. . Ve truss her, she was dear, we miss Her laugh. el uren tide. Her folding arms and gentle kiss Eut yet, 'tis well she died All pure end bright as t her birth, ' A giio lo heaven, a loss to earth. i Take unto thyself a wife, and obey the ordinance of God : uke unto tbyielfa wife, and beccsa a faithful csmtsr of so ciety. lTwsfera rails now days are Called -fowls battles." I CHARLES O'KJtYA-V, . SURGEON DENTIST. HOLLY SPRING WILL SLenJ the first week in every month in this place; the ' balance of his time will be devoted to such calls as miy be made upon him from the country, or adjoining counties. Anycom munications on the subject of his profession may be address?! him at Holly Springs j his charges shall be moderate and all operations warranted. Any favors extended him in hLs professional lint will be thankfully acknowledged. feb. ll-2lMf. T muuai's w eseuiuie xue jriiis cc rotcnu wiwra- ifc,ifc. medicines are indebted lor their name to their manlest and sensible action in purifvins the sDrinzsand channels uf life, and enduing them with renewed tone and vigor, and to thi un doubted tact, that at a very early period in their history tbej had escued suffeiers from the very verse of an untimely grave, afser all the deceptive nostrums of the day, prescribed by physicians, hid ut terly failed, in which they also permanently secured that uniform enjoyment of health, without which life itself is bat a partial blessing. So great indeed had their efficacy invariably proved, that it was scarcely less than rairaculooto those who were unacquainted; with the beautifully philosophical principles upon which they werecom pounded, and upon which they consequently act. THE PHCEN1X BITTERS are so called, because they possess the power of restoring the expiring embers of health, to a glowing vigor throughout the constitution, as the Phconix. is said to be res tored to life from the ashes of its own dissolution. The Phoenix Bitters are entirely vegetable, composed of roots found only in cer tain parts of the western country, which will infallibly cure FE VERS AND AGUES of all kinds; will never fail to eradicate en tirely all the effects of Mercury, infinitely sooner than the most pow erful preparations of Sarsaparilla, and will immediately cure the de termination of blood to tie head ; never fail in the sickness incident to young females ; and will be found a certain remedy in all cases of nervous debility and weakness of the most impaired constitutions. Asa remedy for Chronic and Ikfiamatory Rheumatism, the efficacy of the Pha?nix bitters will be clearly demonstrated by the use of a single bottle. . The proprietor rejoices in the opportunity afforded by the univer sal diffusion of the press, for placing his VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICISES within the knwoleugeand reach of every individu al in the community. Unlike the host of pernicious quackeries, which boast of vegetable ingredients, the Life Pills are purely and solely vegetable, aud contain neither Mercury, Antimony, Arse nic, nor any other mineral, in any form whatever. They are entire ly composed of extracts from rare and powerfal plants, the virtues oi which.though long known to several Indian tribes, and recently to some eminent pharmaceutical chemists, are altogether unknown to the ignorant pretenders to medica.1 science ; and were never before administered in.o happily efficaciousa combination. Their first operation is to loosen from the coats of the stomach and bowels, the various impurities and crudities constantly set tling around them ; and to remove the hardened tarces which collect in the convolutions of the small intestiDes. Other medicines only partially cleanse these, and leave such collected masses behind as to produce habitual costiveness, with all its train of evils, or sudden di arrhoea, with its imminent dangers. This fact is well known to all regular anatomists, whe examine the human bowels alter death, and hence the prejudice of these well informed men agiinst the quack medicines ot the age. The second ehect of the VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS is to cleanse the kidneys and the bladder, and by this means, the liver and the lungs, the healthful action of which en liiely depends upon the regularity of the urinary organs. The blood, wmcn takes us red color jrom the agency oi the liver ana the lung before it passes into the heart, being thus purified by them, and nour- isned oy iood coming trorn a clean stomach, courses freely through i the veins, renews every part ol the system, and triumphantly mounts j the banner of health in the blooming cheek. 1 The folio wring are among the distressing variety of human disea ses to which the Vegetable Lite Pills are well known lo be infallible: DYSPEPSIA by thoroughly cleansing the first and second stomachs, andcreatinga flowot pure healthy bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind: Flatulency, Palpitation- of the heart. Loss vf Ap petite, Heart-burn and Headache, Restlessness, Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancholcy, which are the general syratoias ot Dys pepsia, will vanish, as a natural consequence ol its cure. Costive fiess. by cleansing the whole length of ihe intestines with a solvent proces. and without violence: all violent purges leave the bowels costive within two days, Diarrhea and Cholera, by removing the sharp acrid fluids by which these complaints are occasioned, and by promoting the lubricative secretions ot the mucous men-brane. te vers of all kinds, by restoring the blood to a regular circulation through the process of perspiration in some cases, and the thorough solution of ail intestinal obstructions in others. The Life Medicines have been known to cure Rheumatism permanently in thiee weeks, 1 and Gout in halt that lime, by removing local inliamation from the muscles and ligaments of the joints. Dropsies of all kinds, by treeing and strengthening the kidneys and bladder; they operate most de lightfully onthose important organs, and hence have ever been found a certain rotneoy lor the worst cases ol uravci. Also Woims, by dislodging from the turnings of the bowels the slimy matter to which these creatures adhere ; As hma and Consumption", by relieving the air vessels of the lungs fioin the mucus, which even slight colds will occasion, which if not removed becomes hardened, and produces those dreadful diseases., bcurvey, Ulcers, and Inveterate bores, by the perfect purity wf.ich these Life Pills give to the blood, and all the humors; Scorbutic Eruptions and Bad Complexions., by their alterative cu'ect upon the fluids that feed the skin, the morbid state of which occasions all Eruptive complaints, Sallow, Cloudy, and oth er disagreeable Complexions. The use ol these Pills lor a very short lime, will effect an entire cure of Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, and a stri king improvement in the Clearness of the Skin. Common Colds and Influenza, will always be cured by one dose, or by two, even in the wor&t cases. Piles, as a remedy for this distressing and obstinate malady, the Vegetable Life Pills deserve a distinct and emphatic re commendation. It is well known to hundreds in this city, that the originator of these invaluable Pills was himself alliicted with this .complaint for upwards of thirty-Jive years, and that he tried in vain eveiy rem-dy prescribed wiihin the whole compass of the Materia Medica. lie however, at length, tried the medicine which he now oilers to the public, and he was cured in a very short time, alter his recoverv bad been pronounced not only improbable, but absolutely impossible, by any human means. All that Mr. Moffat requires of bis patients rs to be particular in taking the Lift? Medicines strictly according to the directions. It is not by a newspaper notice, or by any thing thai he himself may say in their fivor, that he hopes to gain credit. It is alone by the results of a fair trial. ' AnvicE to Femii.E3. Females who value good health should never be without the Lite Medicines, as they purily the .blood, re move Obstructions, and give the skin a heautiful, clear, healthy, and blooming appearance. To Parents anu Others. Persons of a plethoric habit, who are subject to fits, headache, giddiness, dimness of sight, or drow siness, -from too great a flow of blood to the head, should lake it fre quently. Children, and persons of ali ages, may take them at any time, a j they do not contain mercury, or any ingredient that requires confinement or restriction ol diet. To Elderly Persons. Many healthy aged individuals, ho know the val e of Afotfat's Life Afedicines, make it a rule to take them two or three times a week, by which they remove the causes that produce diseases, preserve their health, and keep oflTthe infirm ities oiage. HeaD3 or Families should always keep a quantity of the Life Medicines in the house, as a remedy in cases of sudden illness; for by their prompt administration, Cholera Morbus, Gout in the stom ach, Cramps. Spasms, Fevers, and other alarming complaints, which too often prove fatal, may be speedily.cured or prevented. Facts roa Mother ind Nurses. It is a fact established by the annual bills of mortality, that one half of ihe childrn bora are cut off before they attain the age of seven years of age, and the fruitful source of this mortality is found to exist in that loul state of the stom ach and bowels which produces the generation of Worms. As the safe restorer of Infantine Health, in this critical state, the Life JJed icines have long held a distinguished reputation ; and for foulness of the stomach and bowels, and convulsions, although Worms may not exist, it is allowed to b superior to other. For sale at CAGE & Co.'a Drug Store, Agents for the Proprietor. April 15. 1842. ; ' ; T 38 12m THE undersigned would respectfully inform his friends sad pat rons, that the next session of his school will commence on the second Monday in June next. Terms as heretofore . Reading, Anting and Arunmetic. : : : : - : : : 8 English Grammar, Geography and History. : : : ; . S10 June 31213-3; J. F. GIUJORE. TIIUST SALi:. BY Virtue of a deed oi Hust executed by Richard E. Hadenand Jordan Y. Cummins, to me, for certain purposes therein men tioned, which deed is on record in the Prcbate Clerk's Office ot Mar shall county, Mississippi, in boo&f H, pages GOT and 60d. I will sell at the CourrHouse door in the town of Holly Springs, to the high est bidder for cash, on Monday the lh day of September 1S42 the following described property viz : A part of" lot number 112 fronting on Lagrange street 526" feet, and running west on Hernando street bo feet, as represented on the plan ot the town ot Holly Springs title is good bull will make only such title as is vested in me as trus!ee. LEVI CUMMINS. March 18th 1841 34 Cxa TRCSTSALE. By rirtue of a deed of trut executed bv William E, Smith tothe undersigred, for the purposes therein mentioned, and recorded in the Probate Clerk's office of Marshall county, Mississippi, on the 6th day of June, 1840, in Deed Book G, on pages 627 & 623, I will sell to the highest bidder for casb, at the Court House Door in the town i f Holly Springs, on Monday the 19A day of September, 1842 the following desci ibed property !o wit: Lot number 25 as represent ed on the addition to the town of Holly Springs, and located on Sec tion 31, Town 3, and Range 2 w est of the basis meridian, in the Chickasaw cession. The title to the above property is believed to be good, but I will make such title only, as is vested in me as trustee. JOHN L. CHISM. March 18 1812 34 6m MEDICAL C A li V BR. CLE.TIEXT JCSON, TX. A t ilavin? rermanmlv i,wa ; it- f nromrllv toall ral nr v.:. .v. r "-a" duu wnuiuj iienuon to nis proleiocal Trust sale, BY virtue of a deed of trust executed to me, by John Stone, and duly recorded in the Prcbate Clerk's oliice cf Tippah county, Mississippi, on the 2Sih day of February, 1840, in Deed Book C. pases 31)0 and 3D1. I shall sell to the highest bidder for cash, at the residence ot John STone, on the undermentioned premises, On Monday the first day of August, 1842, the following tract of land, to wit : Sectiou iNo. 23, in Township No. 1, of Range Io. 2, East of the basis meredian of the Chickasaw lands in said county and State : Also, five LIKELY rsEGUOES, to wit: Dick, Allen, Augustus, Robert aud Green, provided they are delivered lo me under said deed of tiust, on or before the day uf sale. The title to the land is believed to be undoubted, but such title only will be made as is vested in me by said deed of trust THOMAS TOOMBES, Truslce. .ALSO, At th same lime and place, by rirtue of a deed of trus executed to the undersigned by John .S'ione, and duly recorded in the Probate Clerk's office of Tippah count', Missis.sipp"i, on the 20th day ot July, lb-10, in Deed Book C. on pages 563 and 564. We shall sell to the highes: bidder for cash, the following tract of land, to wit: jSsecticn.JVo. 28, in Township No. 1, of Kange No. 2, East of the ba sis meredian of the Chickasaw lands in said county ar.d .S'taie: AJ3f Ihe following personal property, provided the same comes to our possession under said deed ol irust, ou or before the day of sale, to wit: Ten LIKELY NEGROES, six head of horses, three mules, eighty head of cattle, seventy-live sheep, two yoke of oxen, two hun dred head of hogs, one set blacksmith's tools ; Lud divers articles of household and kitchen furnituie, farming utensils, &c, too tedious o mention, particularly enumerated in "said deed of trust. Such itle will be made as is vested in us lv said deed of liu-t. "THOMAS TOOMBGS, THOMAS PETERS. February 1, 1842-27-Cm. . Trustees Dr. Spcuccr's Vc5rcfI'c Anli-Ilillioits and Aii- DlSPtPIIC PiLLS.J riHE universal estimation in which these celebrate 1 pills rtre L held, is satisfactorily demonstrated by the incre;tsin demand for them in every Slate and secticn of ihe'Union, and by tt; volun tary testimonials to their remaiki-bieethcaey which are every where offered. It is not less Irom a deeply gratifying confidence that tl.ey are the means of extensive and inesiimaie good among his aiHicicd fellow creatures, than fiom in:eresied conMderrttins,ih.l the rio prielor of lhe:-e re-cmicently Miccessiul nitdrciries is elerirous oi keeping them belore pr.blic te. The ileof every rdditit nal box and nol le is a guarantee that ome persons will be relievtd Jiot-m greater or less degree of sutler ii.gr.co be improved in gerer: 1 Leal h, for "in no case of suffering from dii-er.se can they be it ken in van.. The proprietor has never know n or been infoimed of :.u instance in which they failed to do good. In the mo;-t obstinate es of chn n ic disease, such aschronic dyspepsia, lorpid liver, ihenmati.vm, asih-" ma, netvous and b'"'ous head-chc, costiveness, piles, general ce bilit, scrofulous swelling and ulceis, sccrvj', salt-ihciun :.r il ;. II other chronic affections of theoigans and membranes, they effect cures with a rapidity and permanency which few persons would theoretically lelieve, but to which tnousands have testified liom happy expeiieuce. In colds and coughs, which, if neglecled, super induce the most fatal diseases of the lungs, and indeed the viceiain general, these medecines, if taken b it for three or four days never tail. Taken at nighi, they so promote ihe insensible reis-piiauon, andsoreUeve the system of febrile action and feculent obstructions, as lo produce a most delightful sense of convalescence ia tho morn ing and though ihe usual symptoms of a cold should paatiailly ie tuin during ihe day ; the repeiition of a suiu ble dose at the next hourof b-id-iime will almost invariably eT'Ct perannent reliet.'with out further aid. Their effect upon fevers of a more acute aiid vio lent kind is not less sure aud speedy if taken iu proportionab e quantity- and persons retiring to bed with inflamtory symptoms of the most alarming kind, will awake with the gratifying consciousness that the fierce enemy has been overthrown, and can be easily subdu ed. In the same way, visersl turgescence, though lotg established, and visceral inflamalions, however critical, will yiclc the lonr-er to small and the latter to large doses of these Pills ; and so also hys terical affections, bypoehoudriacism, restlessness, and very many other varieties of the Neurolical class of diseases, yielded to the eCi caey of these pills. Price, 25 cents per box, with lull directions. : Forsalobv F. SHOE MAKE, June 17, 184247 ly Eloliy Springs, Mi. w.tcav, ' if oi ieu jeais, aevoiea lo a heavy and U W;c.ns t: 3 liberal share of public patronage. Hi.t cka'' ' His office is at the Drug Store of L. Ce U ?-f ways be found except when absent on pre Holly fcpaiXvis, Mi., March 25, lSiJ.Sj,-1 TTAVE YOU A XX cor Gil ! nrt ... ... sands have met a premature death for, ' : t ion to a common cold. Have you a cous-h i -' ? J Lozenges, a safe medical nresciin'ion r, drugs, and used in an extensire practice for sever i positively afford relief, ar.d save yon from that i- monary consumption, which usually sweeps " dreds. For sale at Mr. F. Shoemake's irx . v w 1 r: r April 22, 1842. 3 .i. D a. a.v l. JltUlATE CURE R. LACOUNT having appoimed severiU-e-s' his valuable drops for the cure of Totvh.s.-Tl", ' " dence rccomniend it as an infallible cure ia all eai;" -vere ; giving relief in a very few minutes, and that wA . injury to the Teeth or Gums when in a morbid i;a;e i- rine a healing action. Price, 50 cents a vial. For sale at Mr. F. Shoeniake's dry ccoj 5 l-; t Springs, Miss. April 22, 154:i-2;lv Hull's Worm Lozenges. PROVED in more than 13UU eases to be inUi!.b :e, tain Worm Destroying medicine in ue, ar.d are discovery ever made for dispelling the various k:r.d, cf so frequently and distressingly annoy both children zzi ny diseases arise f rom worms and occasion i;.ur;M . even death, without their ever being supecied : fvj-iz . . ' very often afflicted with them and are doctTrd It r f ; plaints without any benefit, when one dose t tt.." L ; - i speedily cure theui. They are an infallible renvoi-, kui to the taste that children will take them as readily ? a r : permint Lozenge. Parents should always kccp'-.W I, ihe house, for they are the best medicine tiu.t c;:a L children afflicted w ith worms. Pi ice, 25 cents per box, with full direction. F c' t Mr. F. Shot-make's dry good store, Holly Spiir.rs, V.- s April 22, IS 13. 30 5rn STII.L, CHEAPER. THE subscriber return his thanks to tne citizens of Hollv Springs and Marshall County, for their liberality, (in various ways) towards him, and is deicrmined to return ihe favor, by sel ling ihem Produce and Groceries, almost as cheap as the' could as, lati and examine the lollovvinrr articles, belore you buy else where. Brown & Loaf Sugar Rio & Havana CofFee, Eacon& Lard, Flour & Corn Meal,- Cider & Vinega', Bar & Shaving Soap, Sperm & Tallow Candles, Wool Rolfs. Aso5obusheZs of corn. G. L. SWAN. Ague and Fever cured by Hull's Veji taller, THE proprietor of Hull's Pills (fioraihe esjeiicrce c ; ; four vears) fVels himself authorised ia aseri!t.s tr.-j , inghis pills to be the mosl innocent ar.d perfectly f.: : ever ofiered to the pttblic, and is really what it rnrpcr: i; i-, i tain, speedy and permanent cure for all cases vvha :ear:; . fever, r chills and fever, htich ha been its verr r ; " where ir has been used, that it has supplanted .' Sa c . t . rv remedy ; and by its uniform certainly m curii;? this vrrj : c; ble and sometimes distressing disease, has g-nu d il? r ? ' dence of the public and apprt-bation of the imdic; 1 feu'. 1; many of the most prominent and distii:gcihed pmc s k ; rious parts of the western countir, have inch ccr.Sue:.ff r-r-rior eificacy, that they give it a decided prdin-i.vf era;! remedivs.-:, au i unif irmly pic-cnrx. it iu their pn cacei'i .r The superiority which is claimed for thi n. d:ci. e c.rr is, that mdepei.deiit f iis being a sreedy v.n ctru'in c-.f ; most perfectly innocent remedy known, h-i'-nis, icm ; . sons of the most delicate const i tut. "en s, u)r v takt it i-Vs'..: i fear of any unpleasant eflec?, and will i'i thi -ir g,-r .e :. ! vigor rcstoied by its use. Tiie proprie:or xj i re-, -j- .--sons living in places subject to this dieae, to keep a t ply by them, more particulai 1 y wLere medici zd i'- t " obtained ; and he would ck druggists and coiury nt deal in imr-dteices, to give them a trial in ihtii i.e ;i 1 - islully prepared to warrant it toct ie in every rase, iJ fc are followed , and as r.n evidence c f its popularity tie a pidly increasing aiinu.-sllv, and the vciy U.U rrpu r- lu-a eujo.yed for tne lasi four ye ii, tfiro'iiio.it Th? -f Western Slates, is fully sustained. He has r.cw in s ; nnumertble certifi -ales and letters, irom mcfchnr. s : ; who have used and sold it, as well as from phvsiat t.: respectability in various parts of the country, ail ol w tl pie testimony lo its great curatue pou er indet d ii f lor hist ofiered it to ihe public (now 4 vears.) he can, ui i thai he believes at least one hundred thoussnd rases ol ir er, or chills and fever, have been permanently -mt ' without i;s havir.g failed in a single instance where ihe c have been followed, la many case.-, a single do e has ber-i to efJ'ect a cure, and entile families of sit or eight rersor.s r cured by a single box, and other cass of lei g siatidir. esisted all other popular remedies and medical treat mcr, ' dily yielded to thai medicine. The proprietor would r? : invite the attention of the faculty geneiaily to his nudcf oftbem logive itafair trial'in their practice, as i.e K s that from its laxative and powerfuly ciaphore tic pro; t . wil! find a much more effective tocic than isuini'ue aud iLe. dicines now in use. Lach box contains per box. Tor sale at .Miss. May 13 1842 Cm. r s Twenty Dcsr s price only On T Mr. Fvbhotmakt's iiore, Ujllyt: CIRCUIT C( My. rch Terr;, I iris, by her next " S'. Saunders, Bill fur D.:. IS. A. HI YE US. STILL continues tocarry m the above business in the town of HollV SDrinS'S. on Mnin. Strpl t h r. Hr,nrc frnm tK.cnnira He has on hand a handsome assortment of hats of first rate cuality. which ue ouers low tor casn. . K. A. MYfcRS. N. B. Hats made to order on the shortest notice Also repaired. September 30th, -10 tf. r .. . -. EXtXLIIYAItir AUTO !TJAITUAItIAIUIG. TTAVING returned to Holly Springs, would respectfully in form jl. ucr ii icim ...v uwii., turn o jc is firp.ncii 10 Hiicim ci an business in the above Wne. 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. Shop on the Sonth-west corner of. the public square, one door North of J. S. Wiggs confectionary. , April lr4 - . - ' - i 11 t7 conu HEAT, The State of IUississipiif Marshall County; Frances Ann Letcis, Friend IV m. S. vs. f llenty Lewis. J THIS day came the complainant by at'orr.ey, and vi; pears to the satisfaction of the Court upon ai:s William S. Saunders, that the said Henry Lewi is ro t in this stale, aud that he i not a resident thereof, it U ih:." " dered by the Court, that the facts charged bv couiplaiaar.;;: - -1 set for bearing at the next term of this curt, rzp,.-n:, i; defendant will then and there appear, and plead answerer the same; thataconv of this order h-Vm hi Uhc m the II: 1 Gazette, a newspaper published in the town of IIol 1 Srr : . for the space of three months previous to the next term tf s- A irue corv finm the Tii-u: f . Test, A. T. CARUTIiri:;, i- Apr.il 1, 1812. 36 3m 'ESTISAYS larsSiall County. TAKEN up by James M. Coop wood, liviijsr ore nii.s . Mount Pleasant, erne sorrel stud mule, three year1-'-- ' I3J hands biffh, some eear marks, no other mark5: cr I ceivt-bSe. Appraised to frW. '',.'.. G. LSi- a- June 10, 1842. 1G 3w r-;' aAKEN npby John Kellough, living 13 rri'nv . Eloliy Springs, on ibe Oiford road, one dark Iroo 0 or :) years eld, 13i hands hi?h, small white spot cri --' ' spots on the back. Appraised to S33. . ALSO one dark brown roare mule, 12 hates l':p ' on the back. Appraised to S30. . - T A KEN n p by T h ora a s G. Gate w ood, 1 i v i n g i r. : ' ' of Hudsonrille, one black mare mule, three 3-ea's, f welve hands high, no brands or marks perceivifc'e- ; S30. - , fNtrT"r June 17, 1812.-47 3w Q. L- SVA' TAKEN up bv Martin Webster, living on -three miles west of Lamar, one bright sorrel fc i feetwhite and a smalt white in his face, three years o to S35. I . : i lUu SQCSCnoera U4cuiducrriiugcujcau oy woicu ihcj will Keep X constantly on hand, fresh core meal.'which we will sell cheap for cas M'qUILKIN & OWENS. TAKEN upby Bumond Franklin, h via? three ..-y of Lamar, one gray horse, supposed tqbe 15 yfrs -r rigbtnostril; no othermarks or brands." Apfri:SiT,: V:' ' June 3, 1S42. 45 3w G L.S.-