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O ! sing to i!ie one ong of thine, Or.c song bef re we part, That I may Lear away with trie I s music in my heart. Lsl it !jc a gentle one, A song rf early j S:- h a? a fair haircil maiden sirgs To w in her much loved boy. O ! sing me the song I heard, The other day, at noon, When itcaiue to iac like a warbling b.'rd, And tea as short and soon. IVi-JifaHy that song was still, For I started irom out the tree; ftjttK Diraitive mien, wnen i.'- uuiwi- v... tirs with the passing breeze. Turn not so tearfully away I cannot lar to j art, With anything but hope an i joy In the swelling of toy hetrt. Lookup tt me with laughing eyes We shall meet again, ere lot)?; And then the greeting I shall have, Will be thy gentle song. So sing to me that song of joy, The song ot summer bowers, Mum. tiring like the soli warm breath Of a south wind over flowers-. I i ill kiisthee as thou waiblcst on. My token as I rarr, Ani so will ba r a wa y -w i : h me Thy imtsie in my heart. From the Loitsvn i.e Jocnvu. K A RTII I. V LOVE. I Mood andga."d upon a brd ofdcr.'h; And there a youg and lovely creature lay, Her lip and cheek si ill fair, but pale beneath. The touch that leaves the bcautilu! but clay; The spirit': wing upon the fleeting breath, Impatient, quivering to be away: And. whiM I s-n.ed, a tear Mood in mv eye That one so beautiful so soon should die. And there another weep'ng held that fair Frail creature cn ln brca.M, as if to sty The spirits flight by his embrace, lor there Had been its loved, "its hallowed home! and aye, The deep gaze of her eve the gaze eyes wear Cre closed lorever to the thins;- thai they Have loved told Low. unyielding is the power Of ea rthlv love, e'en in a dyig hour ! Another, still, there wn: and with a wand Of be.-uny star-like liht dissolved the shade That dimmed mv mortal eyes, and lo ! a band Of angel shapes like thoc the voice erst bade The prophet look upon, when, in the land Of visions, heavenly inspiration played. Around, on wavin.ar pinions hoveling by, To bear the soul, released from clay, on high ! Oh they were beautiful ! each brow aroun I There was a radiance lil e the silvery light Of moonbeams a cloud, and whilst, spell-bounu, I gazed on faces so divinely bright, 1 heard a symphony of heavenly sound Like lhat strange music in the stilly night The muser, star; led, hears, but li.M in vain To catch the dying mystic note again. Fhe died. The hymn that trcmbl 1 on ihe str'r.gs Of harps, was hushed; and they who waited there The spirit's parting, on their vtvmg wings Flew back to Heaven, but boi it not so fair f?o rested in the purity lhat fling-s A Iiht o er earth! she tound no dwell mcr there: To him upon whose breast she died she'd given The En e and worship that she owed to Heaven. My vision vanished; for 'twas all a el ream A womfer starting up, in sleep's empire, Before the soul, rev ealing things we deem Vain fantasies, brief as a note of lyre, But vivid as if undying: like a gleam Of lightning leaping earthward w'th a fire As bright as if 'twere born to Hash from nigh", A woiH ct darkness to eternal light. NEANIAS Centre College. i SOWING WHEAT. 1 Time of Sewing. Nine times out of t .. t...,-r. iri.- nir hi- thn l-fvt ,f st,.M..i,.bT i or later than the middle of October, is better i resident ol the staie of 2 ississippi, but resides than the late sowing,. When sown early, the I beyond the limits thereol, it is tnereiore order toou have time to grow deep in the earth, and ! cd by the court., that publication b mr.de for three the rdanuare ia little or no danger ol bein fro- I months successively, in the Holly Springs Ga 7en out in the winter. May wheal may be sown a newspaper pub.ished in the town o llol- a little later, but other varieties sown late will I ly Pr!??S Mississippi that unless the said Josi- not onlv be ant to lreeze out but ten chances to .ne if the rust docs not destroy it before ripen inj. 2. Frepahatioss or Land. Clay scil, willi a good coat of vegetable or animal deposit is b. st ' suited to ihe growth of wheal, &. the land should e broken deep, then sow from a bushel to a bushel and a halt per acre, in proportion to the strength of the land, by harrowing or brushing and rolling, but if the land is tolerable smooth, the ploughing is all stitllc tent, and in some cases, best. H. Preparation of Lnd. Wheat should be washed before sowing ard all detective grains seperated, and there are many solutions in w hich farmers recommend the wheat to be soaked to prevent smut, and other diseases, but as our ex perience ha demonstrated nothing to recom mend. Good seed, good preparations ot land, strong foil, and caretul putting in at the proper sea son, will insure a good crop, Nothing else will. Agriculturist. "THE ODIOUS TARIFF." The Pittsburg Morning post a Locofoco paper, seeing the blcssiug ol the great w h ig measure scattered over the whole fasc of . Agricultural, Mechanical, and Manufactur ing Pennsylvania, thus coolly claims the credit of it, for the Locofoco party ! "Prosperity has returned to our country. Thousands of workmen have procured em ployment inconsequence of the adoption of a Tariff thai ttas carried by Democratic rotes?' Just as we expected ! We hope our op ponents will not carry oflfall our thunder that thej will leave us a National Bank at any rateand, by the by, since this benefi cent TarifTis a Locofoco measure, it will, we trust, be let alone at the nest session. Btnmr. I CIRCUIT COURT OF MARSH ALL COUNTY, ! Robert Knox, in E TJi'y I n Charles Stewart j c- i - j vv, I Dmcnn Campbell. J ! UPON opening the meters of this bill, am' ' it appearing to the Court that Charlc: ; Stewart one the defendants, is not a rrsiJen i of tlii Slate, but resides; beyond the limit. ' thereof, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on him : It is ordered that I Vn eSS l!ie ,s l!;!.tI, n:n(rjl r? be fore the ; Judge of the Circuit Court cn the 1st Mou- day in September tu x', and plead?, answ ers t li iuuiQ u nit uivi t c j i u tin, 1 1 u a,i e' j tions thereof wi:l be taktn fjr cennsstd, and such order or decree made ss th; Court may deem quitub!e. And it is oidertd that a .copy of this order be published in the "Hol ly Springs Ct-zette," once a wttkfortwo months successively. A. T. CAltUTHERS, June 3, I 13 9t Cerk, c. c. John J. Catel', ") .. ... . J f Cucnit Court, March 'n i -.i r . i ( Term, IS 13 I abithi Gatelv. l C"1 AMI- the complainant by his solicitor, and it J appearing to the satisfaction of the conn, by ilfulavit of Jolm J. Gately, that the defendant Ta bitha Gatel' is not a resident citizerv ol the state of Mississippi Lut resides beyond the limits there of, it is iheiefore ordered by the court, that pub lication be made for three im-nths successively in the ILd'j- Springs Ciazette, a newspaper publish ed in the town ot Holly Springs, Mississippi, that unlets the said TU iiha Gately, appear, plead an swer or demur to said complainant's bill, on or lie fore the hist Monday of September, 113, the sai i bill will be taken lor confessed as to her, and set for hearing ex parte. A copv fioin the riinutes. "Test, A. T. CAIIUTHERS, may I J, 1 13 TO THE AFFLICTED. JOB! rT OSWALD, M . I . , Having located in Icily Springs, offers h.$ professional seviccs to the public, in the trca merit of all chronic diseases. Having had ample experience in Hospital, and private practice, he flatters himself with idea that his investigations into the condition cf all Dir ections of long standing, havtenalled him to determine their true character in a majority oiXcasts; and also to apply, with a certainty oe great benefit, if not e t;iire-success, those remedies, which nature has designed and eci ence prepared for the melioration and cine in all diseases, whether of the body or the lnind . No quack or secret mr Jicinc will be used j but all remedial events will be s. lected with strict reference lo their known viituts, and prepared and applied with sctupuleus exact ness to the indications that may present themselves, in the case ol the afilcttd. Except under urgent circumstances, bis practice will be confined to the cfliee, where he will be happy to prescribe for, and sup ply medicine to all those w ho may apply. Persons at a distance, not in a condition to visit him, can be successfully prescribed for, and supplied with suitable medicines, by sending a correct, and if possible, a writen description of the most prominent symptoms of their ejections. Calls are earnestly solicited from those who regard themselves as hopelessly afflict ed with Rheumatism, Scronula, Liver Com pbint, Consumption, Dyspepsia, Piles, Gravef old Ulcers. Habitual Costiveness, Chronic Diarrhea, occ, &c., ccc; or all, or any of that train of distressing maladies, to which the females our country are subject. OFFICE Over the Northern Bink, where the public generally and Physici ins particularly are invited to call. Hjlly Springs, July 2 IS 13. Treacey Daniel vs. Josiab Daniel. ) Circ rcnil Court, Mrrch erm, 18-13. j "MAMEthe complainant by her solicitor, nnd appearing to the satisfaction of the court, upon ai.iuavu nieo, mai me oeienae.iu is noi a u" u iwi, ."c .u.ot u. ..jUi cc nplainani's bill, on or before the first Monday cP September, It? 13, the said bill will be taken for confessed as to him, and set for hearing ex pane. A copy from the minutes. Test, A. T. CA11UTIIERS, may 10, IS 13 Clark. The State cf Mississippi, Lafayette county Circuit Court Jaes A. Stubblelield, May Term 1813 vs. Bill in Chancery D. J. Simmons. j tornevs. and it apnearin? to the s itisfaction j W c of the court lhat the defendant D. J. Sim mons i3 not an inhabitant of this state, but resides beyond the limits thereof, so that the ordinary process of this coutt cannot be serv ed upon him; therefore it is ordeted by the court, that unless the said defendant appea before the judge of the next circuit court to be holden for the county of Lafayette, at the court house in the Town of Oxford on the 3d Monday of November 1313 and plead answer, or demur to the bill of complaint, the several allegations thereof, will be taken for confessed and such order and decree made therein as the court shall deem equitable and just And it is further ordered by the court that a copy of this order be inserted in the Holly Springs Gazette a newspaper pub lished in the town of Holly Springs Miss issippi, once a week, for two months succes ively. A true copy from the minutes. C. "M. PHIPPS, Clerk. Belcher & Johnson, Sol. July 7. 2m. ' A T.TOR NB Y A T L A W OFFICE One formerlyi occupied by LecAS k Lane, ftUi le Slate cf Miisissppi, Piobale Court, Ju Marshall Ccxnly: ly term, IS 13. John Vor?u,. Aehu'r Sc., irpilISi: irpilIS Jar the J. said John ?.Iorgan, a.hnin Ar n T ?'-.i?r.n et r.l. .-trator of -.he esta'te of Benjamin Moreau, dee't., l!eI his peiilie aid e-late. am u'Ce'stirig nai uis:i iiiiiiKin ii tno-e interested, cannot be aadr, in kind, and praying an order lose!! two i ?r,,fv viz. Jtniv eiul ifa; riot, in otV.erto make Uch d:t ribe.ih n : It therefore ordered by the ouit, that said defet iants personally appear be- jre the Jtidi-" of" our said court, at a I'roonte court to be held for MersLcll county, at the couil house in she town cf Holiy bpnngs, on the iouiui j Uy cr l Jn't h $a nd u arr earir:? to thl gfisfattien of the court, that the defendants Est) er.en.ocr ncsi, io snow cause, u i-m ' j:-tnin Morgan, lit. r wood Morgan, Mary Elizabeth .Morgan, end rSrcneer Morgan, are not inhrb.'t- ! :.nls of this H:u'c, tut reside terond the limits thereof, It is therefore ftuther oidered by tie court, that a copy of this order be published in he "Ifcli'' Spr"r gs CJazctte," a newspaper pub limbed in the town of Holly Springs, ot.cea wetk for six weeks successively, and that citation is sue to summon the other deienctams. ) Given und S. of said con it. ) Jnly, ltr.l ' ) Given under my hand'and ti e seal at c trice, ihe -o.h dav tf GOUDKNTIA WAITE, Clerk. August!, 51 Gv rsoijcr. pursuance of the provisions cf a Deed cf trust, executed by George Markham lo me for the purposes therein'mentiorsed, and of record in the ofice of tlse Probate Court of Marshall County, Mississippi, I shall proceedto sell for cash, on the premises, On the l&ifidatof December, 18-13, the jN'ortn West quar:er of Section '28, Town 1, flange I, West of the liasis meridian of the Chickasaw cession ; or so much of the same as will be surucient lor the purposes and according to the provisions of said deed. The title is be lieved :o be indisputable, but selling as trustee, I hall only convey such tule as is ves ed in meoy the deed. HAMILTON THORiN'J OX. June IJ, 1R13 Gai. 1'ntttcc, NOTICE. The undersigned, at the July term, 1S13, of the Probate Court of Marshall county, Mississippi, having oeen appointed commis sioners to receive and examine all claims of the several creditois of the state of William G. Irvine, deceased, reported insolvent bv his Administrator, will meet at the oiiice of s Clerk of the Piobate Court in Holly Springs, on the third Saturdays of October, January, April and June next, to receive proof of claims against said Estate. G OR DENT I A WAITE, WILLIAM CHISM, July 2Sth, 1813. Commissioners. NOTICE. THE undersigned, at the August Term, IS 13 of the Probate Court of Mrashall county, Mlssi.--sinpi, having been appointed Commissioners to receive arm ejaio:ne all claimes of the several Creditors of the estate of Thorn. is Sutton' Dea 'eased, repotted Insolvent by his Administrator will meet at the Otfice of the'CIerh olthe Peb..te Court in Holly tfpiiag, on the- third So tn relays of November and February next, to reseiva proof of claims against said Htale. GOIIDENTIA WAITE. i Coram is WILLIAM CI1ISM, i sicners. August Jist lsii3 afEW GOODS. rY HE si bseribers have just received ilOOO yards X of Cdicoes, from Hi to 1'5 cents per "yard. Also, 3000 yards Brown and Bleached Domestics, from 8 to 'JO cents per yard, besides many o.her goods, which will be sold ton- for c,7.-k. " June 0, 1613-43-tf II. HOLMES & CO. TO THE VOTERS OF THE COUN TIES OF TIPPAH, PONTOTOC, MARSH ALU LAFAYETTE, PA NOLA, DESOTO, TUNICA AND COAHOMA. Flllow Citizens : By a law passed at the recent called session of the Legislature, i: is provided that you shall elect the Clerk of the District Chancery Court at Holly Springs. By the solicitation of numerous fiiends, 1 have been induced to become a candidate for lhat office; and cf course, 1 shell fee l gratified and hon ored for the suffrages of a sufficient number to secure my election. The shoitness of the period intervening! before the election, wih render it impractica ble for me to call upon each voter, and coin pels me to address you in this, the only way in my power. The proper performance of the duties of the office 1 ask is highly important to the people of the District, by reason of the im portant character of the litigation carried on in the Chancery Court, involving, 33 it does titles to lands, and personal property, to an extent probably equalling that of all the suits prosecuted in the Circuit Courts of tha Dis rict. Of my ability to discharge those da ties, it becomes not me to speak. I have re sided in the county of Marshall since the year lcjoJ, and for the last three years have been S? tlje office of the Clerk of the Cir cuit Court cf that Countv: end have thus had an opportunity of acquiring a knowl edge of the duties of a Clerk, w hich ought io enable me to discharge, in a satisfactory manner, the duties of the Clerk of thj Dis trict Chancery Court. My acquaintance in the District is unfortunately rather limited; and I must refer those of you whom I have not the pleasure of knowing personally, to the citizens of my County generally, and to hose more 'particularly who have had busi ness to transact in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of Marshall County, for infor mation in regard to my character, and quali fications for the office I am seeking at your hands. THOMAS LOMAX Holly Springs, Sept 8, 1843. Bolauic Thouisonian Medicines. I have this day received, direct from Ba timore, theses and cheapest lot of BOTAN IC MEDICINES, ever cfl'ered in the South-west. Orders and Prescriptions carefully put up, and thankfully received Terms cash, on all occasions." , J. J. GATELY. Holly Springs, July 0, 1813 3m. r i.f o n n e (a ii (J U U J hSi THE Subscribers w lsh to inform the cit zens of Holly Springs and Marshall county that they have just received, from the North, uood ns-:oitmer.t ' of FANCY anu i i A PLE DRY GOODS, consisting in pa aurer V, CC l 1 d uvea 1 Mouslain de Luirus Cassintts, Ca!ico s, Ginghams, Lint ii5, 1" . Cloth, Super Wool Dyed Green ditto, Super Wool Dyed Cassimeres, Super Fancy ditto, Printed Lawns and Muslins. f Domt sties, it Hat, SLcrs Hoots. n- And a great many ether articles, too numer ous to mention, which they cller for sale ntfeh below former prices. - Those wishing to purchase wi 1 find it to their inteu st to give them a eall before pur- chasing elsewhere; for great bargains will be sold for CASH. II. HOLMES & CO. may 12, 1S43 39 LOOK 1! EKE; 8 10,00 0 WORTH OF GOODS SELLING OFF AT COST. The subscriber now tlT rs his stock of goods at cost, for cash. His stceWmbraa ces nearly every article usually kept m -1 retail Stort and as 1 am determined to sen them I invite the Citizens cf Holly Springs and its vicinity, to call and examine for themselves, as they will s.tvc their dimes by doing so. J. r,l. SLEDGE. "ALSO a fine Carriage and a superior pair of horses for sale, at a price to coi res pond with the times. J. M- S. IT. Ci. I'EGKA?, ATTORNEY AT LAW HOLLY smiXGS, MI3S. June SO, 18-13 -IS tf Es:rn3's--3I;sas!2nIS Coisisfy. TAKEN up by Alfred Fieeman, one dark brown Mule, 1) or 10 years old, a smnll spot on the night hip. and some white hairs on the left side, also, some white on the neck, thought to be collar marks. Appraised to $3! J. BY liumphree ICetb-e, V2 miles east of Hol ly Springs, on Tippah, cue Sorrel hor-e, mark ed wiih white spots on the right shoulder, Mar in the lorehecd, some saddle spots, about 7 years old. Appraised to tuJ. BY A. A. ilngard, two Steers, on a red hidd, mar keel wi' h a crop and under bit in the right, and. swallow fork in the left ear. The other a red steer, crop oil ihe right ear, supposed to be 1 vcars old each. Apprr.i-ed tor-Ti. TJIOS. A. FALCONER, Ranger. Sen:. 8, IS 13. JOIST o. rriso?2 1 ti o;v, A TTCXXZJ Y &. CO r'Sr:i,L OH A T L A li Holly Springs, Miss. Jan. 27, IS 13. ly District Chancery Court of the Slate oj Mississippi at Holly Springs. John J. Craig tt al. 49 rs 1 7 tr'i, o V-July Term, 1 S 13. James Walker cb Adlii O. Harris. J UPON opening ihe matters of this bill, it ap pearing to the satisfaction of the court, that Ihe defendants are not in habitants of this State, but reside beyond the limits (hereof, so that the rdinary process of this court cannot be served on them : Therefore it is ordered, that unless the said defendants shall appt-ai before tiie Vice Chancellor ?t the court : oom in the Iowa of Hol ly Spring-, on the firt M nd ty of January next and piead, answer, or demur lo the bill of cornt r hi int. the several alleattHions thereof will he la- Ken lor coa'e made therein r - !, and sue r and decree s tt. Ch: ,-..o V.or shall deem eoiiiteble and j-:-t and it is father ordered, 'dial r he inser ed in the 'Hollv a ceip; oi this ore'ev Spring- GezeU.-," n nWMo I own of Holiy r ri!,T, M published ia the M i. once a week or two months succc-s-iveiV. A Copv. Test, JAMES C. ALDER July X!st, ll3.000:u ON, Clerk. Marinda Clay vs. William C'ay. CircuiT Court, March Term, 1813. CAME the complainant by her solicitor, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the. Court, by affidavit filed, that the defendant, William Ciay, is not a resident citizen of the state of Mississippi, but resides beyond the limits thereof' it is there fore ordered by the court, that r.ublica ion be made for three months successively, in the Holly Springs Gazette, a newspaper published in the town of Holly Springs, Miss, lhat unless the said William Clay appear, plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, on or before he first Mon day of September lSl3.the sa id bill will betaken for confessed as to him and set f..r he:.ri;g ex part e A copv from thmmmes Test. T C A Rl' TIIER3. May 19, IS 13 G II A B L ! O'BKYAS, "TTTILL be in Holly Springs during the frr-: VV week of eveiy monih, w hen he would be pleased to serve all who may choose to give him their patronage. He is prepared to set any num ber of teeth, Irom one to a full set, and will make gold palates end warrant thern to remedy a de fective pronunciation without any pain. As his location in North Mississippi is permanent, he will of course attend to his old practice free ol charge. All operations warranted, and charges low as the use of good material v. ill allow- lie cannot operate for the prices uss;-.!ly charged by I transient Dentists, who often use tin ir Lua f :"i nil in me teetti, ace set teeth ot ivory or com mon bone in Ihe worst possible viv.tij uer. Befer to the Physicians of Holly 6'p.inrs Hernando. Oxford, Biplev and Salem. April 7,1613 34 10;"n - HOLLY SPRINGS FEMALE IN STITUTE. . The Boarding at this Institute has been reduced from 810,00 to 88,00 pei month C. A. FOSTER, July 2?, 1813. Principal, dound. Hollv Fwiass Select SeiicoL TOG next session of this Institat ton will com rnence, Deo rvlculc. cn the iirt Monday in ux'iJst, on che following terras, hr.lf pay: ihp ! T'. fi f fi.iC' ilia sion. 'it;; ion wilJ bi chnrs-ed from the time it of entrance uuii: tne clje ct iii?j-esn 13) oeduc - lion will be jnjde ecent fr . -asioned TCM22SI, per J7Io:jSI;. Ancient and Medein Larcnages, and vhe hisher branches ofEnylish Studies, : $1 CO English Grammar, Geograph v, Arithme tic, llisfoty, &c., :-::::..: 3 GO Reading, Writing, Spelling, Little Arith metic, &e , 2 CO A ses.sior.al fee of 50 cents per pupil to meet the expenses !or servant's hire, lue, ele. j I he principal will be aided by an able and ticiei:t Teacher in the primary depart meat. Jn the government ol e.is school lie reserves t; e right inall cases to administer corporeal punish ment whenever ihe pupil deserves ir, and will not permit any one to be connected with his insti tution who is knoxwn to b? t rofa ne. onarre hoiii.r or vulgar, or has been exnelled for niisecndnrt f from any respect: b!e institution in our cotmiiv. I ? - i ne piopncu-.r in tenets, as soon as praeti-l ML.Mpijis m !f cable, lo obtain a valuable I.ntrtAuv fcriLc nst Arrircs 3Ion-?-tv V ol his pupils, which shall consist chietfv of the -M.dPr".' lu!r t! standard works cn Ilisioiv, Philoophv." Litera- r , r rV '-vs' at ; : lure, and Poeirv. " C 1 lit IS II J I'lpaiis Samod;:s:t i ne proprietor intends, as sc-on as praefi Hoily Springs, June CO, iSlS-lG-lt ESTRAYS- .Marshall Coixtv. IV. ken up by William Urscry, livinj 1 miles west of Taim loos i, e itc sorr 1 horse, white fart-, with white on his side, both bind' feet white to the knees, glass eve, bisr shoul der, 10 or 11 year's old, lo or 10 Lands high. Apprais; d to OLSO One scrrel horse, star in his fore head, left hind foot white, S err 9 years old, 1-1 or lo hin ts hih. Appraised to A 30. a. falconer, July 2S, IS 13 Gt Danger. TAKP.X up l:y Neverson Fow'er, mile"" North-west of Nonh Ml. Pleasan cidei spec!: led mare mule, ofordi one milk end rv o; j ys. Oid,uncier teeth "oee it t is h?, If in.-h f'n ! ':.-.- f-.rw.-i n' than the upper, await on the right breast, ap praised to BY C. 1). Benton, living in North Mt. Pleas ant, one sorrej horse nii:c about 3 years old last spring. Appraised to 30. BY Lemuel Foiier. -i miles Nort-west ol IIol lp Springs on the 'Memphis road, otic sorrel in re mule, marks cf geer on ihe shoulders, 5 years old, small si s ppraisec i to !-:: TiiOS. A. FALCONE 11. August, 25th 1S13. By namilton Thornton, Cl miles Noith of La mar, one brown hoi so, i. bo a i 0 years old, year marks, black mane and tail, a blemish it; th Jel; eye, 13 hands high. Appraised to C. By John A. Davi-, 7 miles North of nollv Sp rings one b3y horse, left eve out, both hind feti white, collar inaiks on his shoulder, o feet high, about 10 years old. Appraised to t-'-h'O. ' T. A. FALCONEii, Hanger. August -1, IS'ilh oi 3,v Taken up bv Wm Canninghan, seven miles south-east of Vaterfoi d, one bav mare and ve.ir lh:g colt. The rnare has bkick'Jegs and a stilal! star in her face, about 0 vears old. A-. n.icd to .oO. TAKEN up by Samuel O. Hoker, living -1 . i - . i i ... o nines noun-vet si Ol .Noun all. Ficisant one yellow sorrel horse, all cf his feet white bald face, shod all round, some saddle spots upwards cf 15 hands high, 0 or 10 years old Apptaised to Bio. By Henry Allen, living 1 miles North west of Holly Springs, one Lay horse foney, ' o or 0 years old, 13 1-2 hands high, shod all round, some saddle; spots, mane and tail bob bed offi Appraised lo $-22 50. T. A. FALCOFER, Ranger, July 7, IS 13. TAKEN up by Hiram McCurry, 0 miles west of Chulahoma, on the Hernando road, one ehes nul sorrel horse, flax mane and tail, wound on the right jaw, star in the forehead, -1 e r 5 years old this sriinvr. Appraised to $10. i'iiO. A. FALCONEII Banker. June 0, 1 13. Ihlly Springs Female Institute. THE next Session cfthis Institute will open on Monday, the 1-lth'Auffust next TEACHERS. Rev. C. A. Foster, Rector and Princi pal Lecturer on Chemistry, Natural Phi losophy, Evidences of Christianity. . Governess Eng lish Grammar, Parsing, Intellectual and Moral Philosophy &c. Miss Clarissa Moulton, Ancient and Modern History, Geography &c. Miss Gay, Mathematics, Arithmetic ccc. , Miss Dillox, French, Chirogiaphy, Pestalozzian Department. MissMary LCoxynctox, Piano, Harp, Guitar. Piano. Mr. Thos. Morse, Vocai xMusic, Piano. Mis C. W. Edmondson, Matron. Mr. C. W. Ee 2IOXSON", Steward. During the last session there were 93 pu pils connected wifli this. Institute. Anothe r female Teacher in the Literary Depaitment is expected. I have been fortunate in obtainin"- the aid of Mr. & Mrs. Edmundsen in the Boarding Department Amiable & affable in manners as well as of tried piety, they will meet public expectation in its most punctilious lequirements. My expe ndiiures have been and areneavv. Itheielore request promptness iiuiquidatinj arrears and in advancincr nnprnini t ih : r.L . .. ept uurg oi me nexi session. i ne inteicsts ofthe School, upen which the town must, to a great extent, look for support, demand these rigid exactions. C. A. FOSTER, July 7 tf Rector $ Principal. JAMES F. TftOTTER. WM. F. STEAHXS TBOTTEB & STEARNS, ATTORNLYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. ,TT. Hclly Springs, Miss. Will practice in the Circuit Courts of the 8ih Judicial District, the District Chancery Court t Holly Springs, the Federal Court at Pontotoc, and ihe High Court of Errors and Appeals at District Chancer -liis; ;., Jj 1 i - i-J Ai-L b!e in t s. f Marv W. S'.-, . i of TTro.Nor;,;:-'.-.;..' y rearing tone s.so" the defendant Marv.'": habitant of this s-le . : ';; its thereof" so tV "' ' court cannot b ..-1. '" i., i .i . . . ' t" l- : tt i Kj.ii t:.;es t:-e x; j i be! ere the Vh-e Chr 1"; the town oi Hollv Spile January next. .-.V.d . i', ' ' eomplaii!;;ntstin. v '. will be taken lor ce;!. order and decree m: t.. tt ' cellor shall deem t-.iu' V '.' ' lurrhcr ordeud. t! ti c.(". serted in th -!li.v ; -' pajer pul-'ished lui; ; Mississippi, o-.-ce a u.k p." sively. A i, ef- i CM. J. July vhs, lNi;; .Jm - OF'I lifi'x m , Arrives Surdays. Wio' ' nnI lyfiJavs, ;""" Departs Miikhve , and Friday, a T h.(d:A(;-; ?,t Arriccs- -.siJiiJ.i v.. :u I Vie VWJiC, De parts Tu s Tht;:, ! c n r i ! i s.o.j.t i vs. et ; " ' '- '"tit !..". PANOLA MAIL.' Arnrrs W. diH-d; Itt itfir!; ; II,- .1 ... y ..... .. i u . VS, nt : ; t arrives Ctu. - ' - r iiaul.K! uepatts ant:' do vs. 4 . '1 I rr.-!i;i. r Arnrrs TiasJay?i !;. Dejm rs JruvJ-i y a REUNANi),! Arnrrs Tbilisi.1:; vs. :.t Di-iris thn sd.. ysTat :' id oak itiik.:; o! . Ar rins i; at tin: a ys, Dt parts Sam! d. The Office opens 6 o"c' closes at t? I. M. J 'r;o.;:s to have their i trees Office iy half afu r ; o e ! M sure their dejvufure by th t U'lL AT'JUDMY AT IIcLf.Y Sr."! i .-tit in- i.es e..'i i! ce: e pro'ti; ' r.vd --i i r FO ' Oi;-f HA. (iiM-r " Co! J .er of th ! 1:- s,-; I MO. Siu V-J - Alio r u e v a ! j it t! hollv !:; Office on the souji q'lare, the same'as o -et l ii;on. :.n;s. erts! 'I I. I I I OJ M ! t v-y,-- i-- -J We' t i A . It t Hi A T I. A ;r liol.I.V rr: OFFICE-P.-wlp, i:uu-. if Feb. i - j j ; i" t s, tu - Root's Carusliors t Kriel HAVING again asvcc.ate t t! ; Practice of Medk ine re- j vv'l:' y tc: Professional services to tho ci:ie:: ...j E .spnngs ana its yicn.it v. f.;. , , , , e en cenlie steet. S. e ). CAUF 1 HLi Jan rJO-if W. S. ULli. MUSIC SCHOOL. V TILTH J.L nounc OS. Mullslll: ol ti:ai he will tive rriva-e ii. truf j the following las, i mi, Vii-lii;. I' lorielte. lolel.eelia and Trombone. Session ten wee! instant. Three lese Coi "riip5.au, 1 , lo comii.e:. ..s one v.t-t-. e ; r. nest. Price of Tuition, per session. None will he taken fr a U-s u r sessi, n, and it is e.j ceted that :r " . will pay half in advance, inall o.m.' Inquire at the Mcrshedl Inn wheo can alwas. be found cxee:i w hen ; r en? l- I S. Pt-i.,. r..r:. i...l - . 1 best manner. Sept. Kh, 113. 3 tf. TO THE MEMBERS t I SPOUTING CLi'H The Club will meet accoiding tj a ; rncnt, on Monday evening, the l" a a-' at the Club room over the Noitheiu b-': i punctual attendance cf all the ir u:- requested. By oidcr of the President HENRY CRAFT. Sept. 15, 18 13. GUNS. TUST- rrrcived a ir.-.!l ' of ilrst T''e ! ! and vi".Ti.-. i,rr. r;m.v i-'.-ir wile L' ' I i f i ; ' I l !- ii. e $25 REWARD. T ANAw A V ir.i'.i i;.f .si.eeitut; JLi i rcnton, en me o:ii t i ia-" ' , Man, W I Lb ON, Lb-out 00yiai about 5 feci S or 10 inches htgh. 1 , x, him a bay horse inn le, in goea ,),;'.:" give ihe above reward lor the H-y cr-;- r, ; ; iaken out of the state of 'I efccesste or t- .. Boy, delivered lo me, or " l v- state, and 65 lor the mule, A rcf r, Mr -reijsespaid. He luiintiiv ttlcre- peijses paid U. Wood L. J. W1LK1 Sept. 7 1F.13 -3t. s 2The Scn.mervil.'e Bcpe.i.cr -Springs Gazette, will j lease k and lei ward account to thi- ei..-- 11 Au-usi ift if 13.