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w .mextd extract. si?ned Chick.isiw T.l " i vs. a Democrat We a;k Lt-ni relief to peruss it with care im aai 52 7 whether rrp'.diition ,nJa::co i v crjti'cnanccd even as a Dctno- jctr;ur, ii trie cpnign urine ieanrs c j j",,.3g-ai5?i 1 nifn of toe party are to b -i -n evidrnce cf i s principle s Repu- ,",;otl j3 scouted at by cveiy man of chdr nf 'a:;ding in the world nn-n of ' '';T .rc eni stunding -orn, loathe, dettit, Vjj're and d-piie it with heart and foul. Ice doctrine- of repudiation, as Dr. Cu t I'htiiy'. i3 anti-Republican, anti D mo tryj;, dishonest, immoral aaJ irreligious. L "un am b truly religion and auitaiu Luiaitiort, either in thought or deed. The d-ttda unJer th; moral irv to the -rj.torj of Miijiaiipri. cannot, (hen'ore, le V inc Herd by constitutional quibbles, nor , ffTvjliition d- f-.ndid by a t!iouuid Gib ti it cc nivtotional provision?. The rnor .! ,.v, according to Jefferson, (see I,i3 let , '. 3 J.j J T. R j tne) is of higher authority ,r c:Ki t u t i on?, and piraniouut to law: i r the tr.oral I uv is not only paramount to 'Ul'ifr laws an J constitution, bat para . ;.,t to tiie sovereign nuthority of the peo- . i r . - :'ihrrn3' natever we owe unlet ,,e!.rvto! GJ, we must pay R.-pu dia- v ho 1 1 when-til tbou no-v v a 1 1 1 man ill !!.' id a viol f bn of thy flimsy works, u j -istirication of breaking thai hw cf Hm ,h j f.ai command-d thee to "under unto .';?' r the thiugi which are Ccsus?' V'iiere is the boasted Gibraltar position i rv Ii has vanished into thin air. and ;y v in -"? naked an J defence less, with llvtm artillery polated nain.t thee i:i thy . .ieii'f : to la i a gratand 4iloii-u d mo . )ople in'o l!it? ciime c f repudiation. I: 'iiou sayt-st that thf princip!s quoud a , unit thee i!o nl apply ia politic?, thr u I. .CJ art no democrat. Thou hst not rtad Waihington, JffTfroa and .M-id!s-n arij-i.f ; i l.i r .vIjc thi-u wouldst have discovered thai :..y f)nd'd Libeity's resting pi ice i i the itcmil rock tf jji'.jce snd fair i: liing. Dt-ar (fier.J;, the writer signed, is a Van J'. ion Democrat, dyed in the wool. IJe i i j thus read to yoa tne A. 13. C. ol Heav- a Lorn democracy, or in ot!itr words, an i ;,ei ;ct ktteb of tbo-c priinary princi- I I. j, uhica V.ihinton and .leJi' r? on, 't oaictheus lik fiuttched from Heaven, to v the rule of action tor a great, jas', hn 3t, '.ue, bravi, "lori U3 and rc liy to a$ dem- critic people. In thij cotitrovcisy heil i h?iini m.but Ilea tea i fr m l'bo il- t!u ni, The d-aJ. wti'iiver we MvoKe tiiicr tint they art. on oitr si i.eaits ol tii w.oio 1 m ocracy, 1.0 every do d h r S? t in t"e Uni n, n-a wi;h us An I'ew J u-! ;",:v n:i ! Mntin Van U iren, a Ut in the:n;:dvt s, aro cordially wi.h u. j They cannot be agalitst u a wi-uou; changing . i:At prinei.di-a. Tr.ey are too oil to I :hi!i2e. Oi lha ( th.ir l.aalth j tetlium j partv. thf cnti fond peculators, Uis- ':ued a d?(iiocrt., nre la m,' our own i - ... . .. . . r 1 ; . i t .. 1-1 : " . ! . i,.:i;g ana a:;, ii.iig u.e nis 1 '.ri 0 h ire curt d the lists a gains, the Whigs i. -iorions E'rife, hrinaiug into thr field our 0 vii cmiid Ujj, b:arin? tne old dt nioirat--j longer to submit to thu outlandish mqaisi-i.- banner, iletern.ined, if possible, to snatch j tion. Can you give me supper and lod ti 11 t!ie wl.ic toe credit of red ruing our ' ginps ?" noble State fconi tho thraldom aud disgrace j " 1'orkly. Bit vot be you! A book a ! ro jglit upcu her 5;y the tertian quid patty ! chent taken hnrst p ople's money for a of reekless apu latoi s, and honest hear- j larniu', that only makes 'em proud and la ted yet crazy hea led repudiatnrs. If the j zy ?" Crtijn qnll anti bond puty fills, ir fills j "Try again, your worship" hke Lucifer, never to rise again Bat if "A ch mist, bieaking le people's chaws, at e.e democrats fall in the cogiing contest, we toliar a schnajr. and running off mil Old will rise again nitli renewed vigor nni Shambock's daughter ?" ctrrngth in every stucni iing cr.e. utttil the "No. s;r ; no tooth puller.,' victoi ions I an ifr of heiv n-burn democra-i "xV km. oh jus, den, fueling te young ey, shall wave, triumph lr.tly over picstrate j fdk.s hi 15, like so many calbrch, and char- anti ber.diiin, and evety other anti demo-1 u'tz 2 "x cents for telling their fortunes, like iutic heresy ' Truth, crushed 10 cnr.h, will rhe again, The eternal years of Gad ate heis, T.2.X Error, wounded, writhes in pain, lad tliei, Lmivt her worshippers " At the poll, my frirn ls, remember it is principles, not men, which should be sus taiaed by your votes : not the time-servino- principhs of truth and justice, on' which nil 1 true democracy 1 1 its. Six years have the. ! lank f peculators, those poisonous asps of lib-! triv, (calling themselves wings or demo- ctflts. as bt mii,'ht suit their purposes.) reigned and ruled over th'13 fair land. Two year? have the same class of politicians, call iiij themselves antt-bonders, been inflicting ibaily stints upon the honor of our p ople vithouidomg a thing to promote their wt l firc. It remains tor you, my dear. fiim.is, tJSiy at the polls' whether the rein f-fter - ror and dishonor shall be perpetuated for i years yn mcome. or u ne iner you will , utoi.ee cut itshbrt by re-establishing the j wag fallen and down trodden true democra-i c? in her rightful dominions, -over the-laud CI the frfe and the home cf the brave." Your old friend ar.d ob't serv't. CHICKASAW AlONROE Albert Gallatin Brown, is notoriously in solvent. His bills for champagne created yean ago in Jackson, have'not yet been paiJ, and there may be now, seen in that ci fy. a man, miserably poor, with a large fam . who once was in a flourijhing business Ja the jjrecery line, and who sold Mr. Al tert Gallatin teveral hundred dollars worth cfchampaene for one -night's frolic. The "Wine was drunk tip, and in the course of tlrae the grocer failed, and has at length oen rducfd to. abject poverty, le stil! bo.dsihi, claim aViinst this liberal, gene rU!. higli minded General, and is untble to rbt3tn one cent upon it Wo have the as 8"Jrance of a gentleman for these fads. And yci the Hon. Albert Gallatin Brown rinvi the impudence to allude disptring- j - y to thos who, having availed themselves of the Barkrupt law, pi.sume to coniemo llcp cdiutum. Colr.ilvs WKigfJlMk ins!. Arc Frlou Js and IIomt?ixr more. I've le!l ttie pang uf hop dt H rr'd I've M-n my Iai of friends intei t'd j . An outcast on the woild I'm dtiven, No fi lend?, no home, no hope but heaven. I've watch'J an infant's patting breath. .My huibini'a eysare c os'd in death; And 1 un It ft alone on earth, To incuru the hoar that gave me birth, My father I could yo:j se me now How pale my chttk, how chrtiig'd my brow WonJJit think it wa a mimic wild, And no: thy once lov'd happy child. How chan-'d thy lot, since on that day, I gave :ny hand and heail away. And I? I; my home in joyous p'ide, A blooming, young, coufl ling bride I When oil rny hen J your hand was Jaid, And for me that prayer was pray'd, I u-ond: i'd tl;:at you J t rn'd distitSa'd, When I was so supremely hlccs'd. Did a Cassandra's warning voice Disclaim !ig iinl! v tJ fughtei's choice ! Or wasita fond Fathei'f tears That sought a &ohce in those tears. They'fH upon my heart likr; rain. And tri tiling, ran through every vain. And made each f eling as they fi ll. A hope jjy tl fr-if a I 1 -iinM upon my husband's arm, I si w cloud? i ftai'd no st m I diuaniM ol n :ihl but joy an i bliss Nor dieaai'd not of an tiour iilie tins. We clip the following from the "Autobi ography afa Tfirtlling I'rialer," ns pub lhd iii the N. Y. Son The disciple r.f Faust was 'trarnpiny il" tlirough Pennsyl vania, aril late one night roJ up to a Dalch taern and op.nrd II. mst's ears thus : ?llo! laullord!" Old Da nhiedikrs bouncd to his f ? , breaking his c ay chib onquf in the d'-monstration. "That was his pipe, I suppose;' inierpo 1 lied my critical cousin, 'Th.it was his pipe," repli-'d I: " Re garding with the.sa-'picious eximtnation of an 0:11 :e.r ol the customs h j op; OtU Uie coiner of his mouth, nnd s. r 1 "Ve !. A. is liter Valkin SieLick vat you vantl'' Rfr s'.-Tnent and repose." "'r-;??r anu lo lgins, I reckon t" "V5. fir. sup :'! and lodgings " - -Pf you a tun Yank e pedler, nut chew tdrv in yn-;r p i?lr to c t te gals 1 "N.ir; r.o Van'-M p-d!-;r.:5 "A siniriog teacher, too iazy to work ' ' dler, nut cnciv- "No, tir. "A chctitei 1 shoemaker, vot scbtays till Saiu1d.1yr1i.2ht, and lys'a drunk in de porch ofc r Sun fay V "No. f ir, or I shoul 1 h iva mended my b cts If loi e this. Bull am not disposed v- 1 ' a iu 111 x niiurr, "No ; no phrenologist, neither, your Ex cclifney." "Veil, den, vot de tx'ifle are you? Choost tell, and you shall have ome of de b st s is sage for "supper, and scbtay all night, free gratis, initout charVin you a cent; mit a chill of whiskey toschtatt 011 peore preak fist." "Very well, your honor. To terminate the coIlcGuv without fuithr circumlocution, I um an humble disciple ot taust a pro f ssor of ihe ail pi eservalion 01 all arts a typograpaer, at your service ! "Votseh dat ?" ' "A p: inter, sir, a man that prints books 1 . ami iif'i ?p 1 pr 1 3. "A n nn vot prints newspapers ! Oh ! vaw! vmw! By Choooiter aye ! ay e ! r,,t"u :, 1 ' ,,n vot mints, no-ishenip-'s vavv j Vfl..v Valk up. Valk up. Mish'er rinler ! Cheems. take de ch- nthmens -.j, cdT Thohn. print? som junbs to te flip A man votpiints nooshepapers. icish f vny pe turn if .I ciidn l IfimK yo.u vos a tailor." NOTICE The undersigned hiving obtained from the Probate CourUof LifiVte County. Mis sissippi. on the 1 1th day of September. 1843. letters cf Executorship on the e-f late of the late Lemuel Smith. Jun , deceased, all per sons having claims asainst said estate ate re-quin-d to exhibit the sime within the time limited by law, or the same ill be barred. And all persons indebted to said estate are rqueted to make settlement forthwith, as this is fiecessarv to a s-t. lenient of said estate. - M C CHEATHAM. October GOih. 1S43. Executor. it. ih;liiv, AT TO It N B X. A T L A W O F F I E One for me r 1 v cce 1; p ied I y Lcci? LiVE. " ffeb. 3-CS-tf In tJ-.err.ii:t of life v.ears in ZaztA.' DIED, A rcri'?nrj in .virpha'l Ce., Mi.r. cr We 'i.es i .y i;7 h Jv ri list JAMi.& . PT 1 EV, i i tr-.e -lit. yeor of h3 ?ge. Ti e decerned v.xs bora in Wilks eoar.ty. Iv C. from whence l e rcrr.oTtd u ith his parents to .Vadison co;srtr, AI bima , in which co'intv be married in 13-5. lis Snail 7 ?-e:iJeJ on tlu; picj r re ne aici lie br.s eft an j'Sl-cl onrc wne give evidence of his hsvinsr mideiea his God; r.d expres-cd a desire to der-rt ; sny n, in, he did not wkh to live ia this tioub bleome WOlld. Jfm 0C?"Cr?orgia Joarnal ar.d H-jU-ville Demo crat will pleae notice. " NEW ADVEafiSEEHTS. HOLLY spnixas FEMALE in STITUTE. Tii examination of the pupi's of this In stitute eviil tike place on the 20t!, 2 1st and 221 of D cembr nxt. " ' .- The following Session will commence on Mon Jav, the 8.h diy of January next. It is necessary that early application be rnide for ent ance into the Boarding Depart ment. And it is high y essential to the in teres' of the pupil that she be entered in the Literary Department, on the first day of the Session. C A. FOSTER, II t. I or 5 I rincipal. Ho lv Springs, 2d Nov, tS 13 Tne Memphis Kr,q lireran l 7pr!al will please puhl-sn the above until the op n- Uig o f the next Session. . C. A. F. THE copirtni-rship heretofore existing1 be ween the undvrsignt d, is this day disored tby mutual consult. The books and ac counts will b? found in the h inds of D, D Jones, who is authori'fd to settle and receive all du r the firm. IVron iod bld to the firm would do well to call anl pay their accounts, or close them by no, ms the business must be brought to a close. . Wm, WATT. D. D. JONES. October 27th, 13 12 St. NOTICE. On aecount of ill health, we have been necessarily cnmp I!ed to close oar school. Pei S.H1S indebted for tuiri ;j vvillcillon R. S S it 1, i.n the Gaz-tte 0.1, wiio has ihe accounts, anl is filly authorised to collect andnceipt for the same. BASS & SANBORN. Oct 27. o. 1 ii e .ts a.o -a' .!-i-..ii1:i i ?.i.ii.Lali 'cunty Circuit Co-.iia &"e4 tember Term 1813 In Ecu irv. aij jei'.'-oa Otiie S vs John Crtiiii et al. UPON Ojicuia the matters of ih is Bill, and it itnpearu: u the snaiC ion tt Ihe court that the j defendants John Cratn. iliitha Crain, aiid New j tit Crain. are not residents c f ihe Strife ot Mis s,isippi, bat resk'e byoad the limits theieuf, so I ih.4,1 ihe ordinary process of ibis court cannot be ! xecuie.1 on them. Therefore il is ordered bv I the court that un!e the. said defendant appear ! at the ne!. term of this court to be held on the fnsi .iju Jay ol Jarc a rext at the ( ourt hon e in tbdiy iS'pr bigs and plea! answer or tleintir to the Dili of cooipl nni, the same wid.be t.tlcen for eolife-s-d as to ihetn, and set tor hearir.t: cx par ti: And 011 uio'io.t of the coionbonrinrs bv ilu-ir oiiciior, 11 iso deie i bv lae co in ih -.t a copy of mis order bs iuserted iu the ' Giz.ute" a neuspa- I per published in t!ie' lora of lliiy 6';innj:s, once a week J o b vee,cs sn -eesi yely. A coiw. Tet A. T. CAittJ l'HKi Clerk- Bv GEORGE WLr D. C. October 25th, 18t- G v. District Chancery Couit of the Suite of Missisppi, at Holly Springs. v John tlarctin i f Vacation Octo- J.'in L. Brown et al. J r 11 16 iX UPON opining die in stter-of this Bill, it ap pearing 10 ihe -.ati-far iarr of t ae e ejrt thai the liefendeuts John L Brown, and Eb .r -zer Titns, are not inb ibiiams of ih;s s ale, ba reside b. yond ihe limits ihceof, so that the ordinary pro" cess of this court cannot be served on Ihem. Therefore, it is ordered bv ihe co ut thai unless the said defendants appear befofe the Vice Chan cellor at ihe court Il.io.n lathe town of Illiy Spriegs, on ihe firt Moaday of J o uary next, and plead answer or demur to complainants Bill, the several illegal ions tbeieof, will be liiktn for confessed fis 10 ihem.rri ', such order n u decree made theiein, as the Vice Chancelor shall deem 1 quitr.bie Mid just: And 1: is father ordeied. that a copy ol this order, be inserted in li e '.Io!ly Springs Gazette" a newspaper published in ihe tow ra of Holly Springs, Mississippi, once a week fur two m ntiis uccessive.lv. Test. JAMES C. ALDERS' N, -Clerk. Bv GEUiiGLl WEif. D. C. Lucas, Line cc cTl.a ip, sol'rs for couip1'!. October -JT.h !Si3 Jul. District Cliancery Court of the State of Mississippi .at Holly Springs. - r a SI.V VlCATIoV, 24 .b. .It3. Maria A. Craft 393 rs. Daniel McNeill et October T T PON opening the matters of this bill, it an KJ pearing 10 the saii-faction of the court that the defendants James Beck, William How ell, John A. McKendres and John McNeill, are not inhabitants of this 6'tate, bot rc.-ide bevonu the limits thereof, sotbat the ordinary proces? of this court crrno- be'served on them, "J'ferefo'e it is ordered : Th.tt ua ess the said fleleLdani.s ap- rear before the Vie Ciian-etbir, at ihe court room in me town oi iio.iy tspr. ngs, on the first Monday in January next, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, the -everal allega tions thereof wjll be laten for confessed as'lo ihem. and such order and degree made therein as the Vice Chancellor shall deem e,aii. b!e and jti-t: And it i further o.-dered, That a copy of this order be be inserted in the "Hollv Springs Gnzette," a newspaper published in the town of Holly Spiings, Mississippi, once a week for two months, siiccf ssivelr. J esi, J.iMES C. ALDERSON, II. TV. Walter, ob for coiop't. clerk. October 27, 18 13 -'dm 1 ... i -t. , , . . , , t e-J- luerdjre, n i ordered bv ihe cuiir., ,-r:u'j: ",,a uvcUkCI cni,jreD w,;a a large 'ircie 01 j jiui unlesa tiu tid d-fen diit a; p? ar b-rore the. Anioug oiher'tUtigV ib?y bsvp M ill el jui ; l.t t-1 1 1: vu.g u Mnfc.LU-io do reU:iotnnd friends to moura their irrepaibie j 'ice C'a inceJier, at iae caari lljo.-a in the town 'liju wect-.s j.-ni,Tjtom H u 0 ccr.ts jf o, bt!.?r the tltCMon in Nover.it f" rt X' d.,),;.,,,,,,.,.;,, jru::ro;iJo: isxznzzzrtiJ? i '';"!i no hope. XWarhis arproaefcia? dhsulution, he ;d.:in ;a is'Uiu, tte ser.-ral alU-oaoas thereof. unu. Arn,., CLttt.s. tnrea aa.ivs-. R,' ,!nt u'tlt' Ithc, fid rl iwltrg r- Di3Utct Chanifiy Couil cf ihe S.'aia t.' Missiisippi at Flolly Sp:ings. Emaond DwctsLh Vacaiion Ocln- Jam DelaPtfld eta!. ) i:r-J,a IhU TT PON opeciDg ihe raatters of ibis Bi!l, it np U ne :rir.g n t..e s.:: action of the Court. '.ha deltndiursjui.il Otflaaeld, Jasep'a D B ?ers, Xr.o-i.vles Tavlor, jrrij ' KeicLu'-u, SeDjimir. t;urius & "har!es Atvater, l'rus:.etsoi'tba York Si AIiiivsippi Lnud Coinpuir, r.rd Le - 1. H. Ooe. arc no; lah bitaats of ifit t?;a:e ; ba' Trs'd: bevoai the loan tbarcof, so ib.u :h? or dinary proce of Ibis Court, e-nnot b served or j o der a n J dtfCiCi ru ti? therein, .s ihe Vict S j Cii ioc;! lor shall deem ecui.abls ai.J ia And 11 ,s iariber ordered tuat a copy of t a is order be inserted iu lira 'Holly Soiiuv G z.-i e" a new pap-r pablUhel in tne 'iuva ol Holly Sprint .mins ii.pi, onse a wee-v lor two tnauias s cessiveh. Test 'JAMES C. ALDSa.SoX, H-k. WT l!.C I.uec,LA-s Ci.aiu s? far co;nrd'i.j . Ociwbr 21, InlJ-'J a District Chnnrery Court of t'it St.1- of 17:. . . 9 w i . William Grain's Alm'r i S --iteuiber Rules 5G vs. 1st Monday of, Robert Broivn et a!. S S-ptember, 1343- Upon opening the mailers of this bil , it ap- tne ueieniants lObert Brown. Kou.n i . OrafK John Gram, Newell Cram and .u;. v.... . 1 ... . oiair, urn, re?'.-t; ueyjoj ine 11.0- its thereof, so that the ordinary prccors cf this court cinnot be served on them; there - fore it is ordered, thu unbss the said defend- ant shill a'ppeir befjre the VTice Chaucelbir at the court room in the town of Holly Soring, on the first Moud.iv of January nxt, anl pleaJ, ansver or (jemur to ro-n-plainaot bill, the several allegations thereof will be taken for confessed as to him. aad such order, an l decree made; therein as the Vice Chancellor shall deem . equitable and just: And it is farther ordered, that a copy of this order beirsertd ia the "Holly" I Springs GiZHte," a newspaper published in the town of Holly Springs. M iss'.sstppi, once a week for two months successively. A Copy. Te?t, JAMES C. ALDER30N. Sept S, I S43 2-n ' Clerk. Disuict Chancery Court ot the State o Mississippi at Holly Spvings. Robertas Wilsrn , vs. ! In Vacition, Octb Pro-ton Sa; ri. onion fi: f 0 h. William ti Duice. J 1 u PON oiH?uin2 .he matters 1 1 trits bnl it pp- peanni; to ti-e saii-fnction of lire ttoitrl thai the d vie attain Piei-tpa .iappin(ron is nor an n-lo-bjianl of this- Siate, bin resi.1 -s I eyotal the lim its tl;.reof, so t!mt the ordinary pioeess of 'Lis court c-.itnot be served on birn, 'rherefore it is o bv the court : i h o ual-s the said oe- .-. n t :::n.-ar before the v ice Ci: neej :r. 5,t ihe CO'.' 1 5 i it . 1 . 1 in li eto.vri ol tloiiv ?pi in?.-, on oie rlr-t Moi.vlav oi .Janury nex-, ?.n I pie jin-wer ! or demur to caiapiainanK tail, the severr.l rHe- qraijns tber-.' A v. ill be tr.kea ior coi.ie.-.-e . :o httn r.n.i suci or-aer ai.a cecree ui.'f.e i;r--c;u cj -J , ...... . lj H. the Vice Chancellor shall deem eu'iiu.b!e and ja.-i : AvA it is farther ordered, f tint n copy of this order be inserted in the "Holly Seriujrs Ga zer e," a newspaper published in ihe towa vl lio.- lv S.orie.5;, Mississippi, once a week for two caoiuhs sucees-i vetv. Test, JAMES C. ALDERSON, Cleric, geokgl: wkt, d. c. Oet. 27, 183 10 v'm TO THE VOTERS OF THE CO UN TIES OF- TIPPAH. PONTOTOC, ! m iT):n.7.T. T.WAVF.TTE. PA- ! XOI. DESOiO. TUNICA AND, COAHOMA. Fellow Citizen's : P.e n law nassed at the recent called session of the Legislature, it is provided that i you shall elect the Cleik of the Dishictj Chancery Court at Holly Spi ing?. By the solicitation of numerous friends, I have been ; induced to become a candidate for that office! d of course 1 h?ll feel gratified nnd hon- an fii-'imO niiinhpr or e'U 101 toe a'iii'i; s -- ....... - . to secure my election. The shortness ot the period intervening before the election, will render it impractica- ble for me to call upou each voter, and com- j pels me to address you in this, the cnly way in mv power. - j The proper performance cf the duties of 5 the oluce I ask is highly important to the j people of the Disti ict, by reason of the im- j o.L.nt character of the lui-ation carried on- in the Chancery Court, inVolvincr. as it does ... Unit ,-! nounnfl nrnnertv. to an 'extent urohnbly t quailing that of all the silis niosecuted in the Circuit Courts of the Dts riot. Of my ability to discharge those du li s, it becomes not me to spnk. I have re sided in the county of Marsha!: since the year 1833, and for the la-: three yea is have bem f ntragtd iri the office of the Clei k of the Cir cuit Court uf that County; end have thus had an opportunity of aequiriu: a knowl edge of the- dutt -s of a Clerk, ivhieh ought 10 enable me to discharge, in a satisfactory manner, the duties of the Clerk of the Dis trict Chancery Court. My acquaintance in the District is unfortunately rather limited; and I must rider 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-n-ss to transact in the Clerk's oflice of the Cncuit Uourt of Marsh II County, for rnbir- niation in regard to mv character, and quali for th(. office I am s kinff at Vour ban- THOMAS LOMAX Holly Sp ring 5. Sept. S, I S 43. Attorney al Law, HOLLY SPRINGS, MI. OiTne on ihe south east corner of quare, the same as occupied by Dr. Jno. A . WiUon. Ijan.-G, IS 13 ; ci:i a SXl?XSnYA2 2 aT COO rr.ilivzcs ficw Fkii: & Tir.:cr . J iiS. .MARTIN Z:. CO . A ?E now receiiiug tr'Xi Yoik sr. J Ts ii oo, a "tu jreiti ;t:ck i-.i vi.t is loiv gt.uus tin 1- oi ia Uil' iSoiiiij j - i ftey-ttic.'luny invite til ieii-ta, U.Uil 0;.yu l.citoi.:Uer.-', wWiti.2M.-ooi iLlc, ' j. Vooien Ciccis. 3) jdaccs. Ivy. Jetfr.; tJ pieces fciattir.ciu Id pieces Cto.h., i-UO worsted iti-v.ls 5jii.z ne;t s-hiiia v.ud Drawers U:;!iike;s, 100 pieces Fiarcel, 16 J piice Kerovs iiui Lj:ev! I Mern.o-s Ah.cca Lustre, OiiJan 6'iosh, Crsips I aad Alous. ce i.-ncs, tie l.i.-le Ouua:.s,- a cew tit, 0f a T,ce ChanctUor, I would US! eft jauabcauit ularucieior ladies' drc. fully ,,r you to the mt mbercf th e jjar- Boots illlil S'iOCS. 1I.0;X) pair ttouu ti) . Shoes, ihe "hreet ar-t che;.p.;t Mck ever otrctuJ ic this mnrket," acd - t- ist iiere we Gva caiculitc jn crv oue a.in ) iioes cheaper ihaa wc do, iib!'. l;ree fouribs I of oar s.ock ofii can alio id to e i S- I liquids. Ulats -i-.idl Caps j A Idrire cuj Mne stoc of tio-ccts, Hats aa i arawarc. . J A &er-Kk 'f ll'.riw-are, conUin ia 1 iiiii.lio L3eilo7;. l'j'J kc Niis. j - - j SurlJIcry. ! 40 ladies' snd men S.idite-; these tra. expect .Jl U"? , iiCj'll 1. ; I -J. II ill V3 , IA. - . Heady-made Clotblis i "A good s.otke! Ue;idr ."dnde Ciot f. in?, wblch isi uecesuriiy be sola i;; small piutits. t ' Groceries. We h'.vc connected with our Dry Go"d e tab!Uhiiient a Grocery end Ctmiuiiasion IIoojc, SiCii liave now in store, ITU pieces Bisjinsr, 100 coils Rocs vma sacks Rui Cn1o3 5'UsacU-s ; l: nonhead Sugar 20 ba-xes window Glasi ; 4 cerooas Ind:j:o Weexpeet in a siiuit time to leceive a gjneral sroc ot Groceries. Partieuiar attention p?od to Storing and G'dp ping Colion, And mv.v in e ooclu -ii we have to say our goods MUS V be, 5old, they were pur-cha-ed wuh tuat view, aad we intend tosei! ihera, and ihea bay erne mid sell ns'iin. We reps it our iuvu a ion, ''Walk in," cud we will da oar b st to i'j it you. r.lruiphis Octuber, 13. !t. Clicap ! Cheaper ! I Ciiea;$esii I ! f j the sub-crib-'r has in employ ea evperisn X ced German cur.fectior.er, 'which will etia-t;- hiin to sell l.i-s c;;adi?., cakes, raid o'her es'iaai es?reu.eiy low prices. IJe b nai.d will keep a supply of surer tor Cordials, w hie he. wiil ell etje.tp. cei.rs p. r lb. .'t-t liis candle he will sell ;.t 40 or cea' ?r ib wbole--le. uar, co -be, s,b, meal, dour &e &c. a I way' tn hand. J. S WIG'Ji'. j P. X Ti e boys cm s'ilibe acc-oininod-.ted ia i ine .mica line, tn .o cis a. ii.ii.ti, wi.e never ir.ey i -.n. 1. r.. 1 Octcber V. A s o u : c r. ?,i e . rr s . lv e are .suTuot i.-ed to MAilsllALL rts a ean j innotince' ilUrjSnt' u;e for roiicsraaa oi j he Tippah District. i JAMSi? C.-ALDEHSON, (The present Clei k td'the lMstnct Court at Elal ! ly s'piins, for the couatie of Tippah, Poutoioe, ! jL-i layette, Pa nobs Coahoma. 1 unic-v Oe'oto t ar.d iarsbuil. 13 a car-dida'.i- befoie the people lor ei-eiiuu lo that oo-Cu in November next. We are authorised to announce JAMES W. . ' a candid-ta for Circuit Cicrir o Marshal! County We are authorised ts ar.nounee A. T. CA UTJTIiELlS, as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Marsiliall County. We are authorised trf announce L. II. COLE as a cendidate foi Policeiaar for the Water ford ';:r;et- " v e sr authorb-ed to ?Dnoucce WILLIAM 1 ll,-u as a candidate Jar Probate jadjeoi: Mar- M''il COjlni'v. H'WE are authorised to say that P. .vices 13 1 win serve. 33 i'oiiceman lor tne 3d. district, if elected. Weaieauthorizeltoannour.ee EDWAHD L TRAVIS as a candidate for Probate Judge tf Marshall County. WE are authorised to announce IIEXRY. "W. PEACE as a candidate lor Assessor of taxes for Marshall coumr. ' - lile JO&PU Y. CHALMERS, .is a candidate for the cflice be now holds of Vice oimsoi.uwr of .'.ii-siv-irri E r.re au horisei to announce HENRY DICKINSON, Esq. cl Lowndes County, r.s a candidate for the ohace of Vice Chancellor of the Stat of liop pi. WE areaa honsed to annoaaee JO SEPII O. WA LIvERa- a candidate for Clerk of the Vice Chancery Court.' " Wc are-, authorized to announce J. J. Gately, a can ii date for Ranger at the next November Election. WE . re autaor'zed to a naoance Co!. is a candidate for Sherid'of the county of Marshall at the n?x: general eleciion. lWE are anthorized townnoonee Fryoi ITI. Vancey E-q. as a caudidatefor 2ro5;atc ""ji- vuumjf, aim geneiEietec- itoa in Norember Dext. r j Iii1(to ..f Mur.-l .11 a........ ..t-' . ! Ji'WE are authorized to announce WIL LIAM . EDMONDSON as a Candida e for rrea-uref of Mar. hall Counly ctlhe next gen eral election. . TV WE re authorized toannouuee ALFRED SIMPSON a? a candidate for theriffof Alar shall.County. Electioa in November ueal. , .. ' . ' ; .. , "-iW' !?re mthorird lo . flr-nmn' R T Ff ivLER. of flrdV Springs, as a candidate for f-nr fif Mr-h'! conrtv. TV WE -re autboriz-1 fo'-onwoMae JAMES ff. SWAN as a candidate for Ranger of Mar. shnlT county. We 3 r a ntborfzed to-a n ouiice. ; he Rev. WM 1 McMAHEV. p a e-nd?d.K? for tie nrn.-'0er Coanry Treasurer, of this rcttRir ft fx Nve-1 fcerelectiaa . ' -i ! To if i Vt:ni ii. lit C tr Ma vl It v.Ti'ts t V:L!il. Net Kf, Wit iter. K!Jrr,- Cf; I i.;itt, l' 1 utcr. liryahi :hini'. fr, lu upnlff, J.'cr.Kr, Lsffiyttle, fna", !.?:. Dt J: to. Tunica. Cclttrr. Fct.c, Ih, 1 ; Mt ti t, Crttsf II, Talbbttchib Hr.rr., Chrctsw sr.d Ntihcta. rEi.i.ow en ZEs 1 "ii; n at dtd.'iU fi r Vice Cbsrt I'.c J f r,r.d ii u.uld le-vrtv iriatifi ;t;i? to Rv ki'l- .1 iT t lic rr.e r Tsctiaily tcr,i r:!r d i.s c.C j f't olt V ' itl iV ; terse! the Disui.t. Lt;cv. r? -ttv-cr; the f I I have itsidid in the tewn cf Cc!en:lu.- j for the fast ten years, where I have lien ir s g'ged ia the pi act ice if the Lav; rr.d for in for malum in reoaid to rav qualiflcafi.T.s discharge ihe i:ni oitant, and inteit sting dt:- and oihei gentlcn.c in the District with, i wlom I am peiscnnliv aciuahmU i r, rrf..fltM, ICcspccuuiIy. HENRY DICKINSON. October 7. Ib43. J Ei o s a 1. 1 , ?i . t Havmg located in Holly Spiings, cfieis h:a profissiou if sevic s to the public, in the trta j ample- esperiVnce in Hospital, .nd pliyato practice, he flitters him-.lf with i it a ihr,t ins .atsiga.:c;i3 into ihe condition efa!l cf; cuiuiis is long saai.uing, nu vi-t ns ot. J torn to dteiaiine their true chaiacter in h rrr.jority olT cases; and also to apply, with a certain:' oe great U n fit, if net utt'ie uccer. thesn rf nit diets, which natiie h is design d and sci- ! ence pr rated for the melioration and cur i,i .ill.iLi;ej, niuii.fr cf the ledy or thu mind ... No qaaclc or ecrf t mrdlcinc v ill l e fstd . but all rttm dial agr;;ts willies bcttd with strict refircr.ee to their Lnoyvu viituts. rrd . prt part d and applied w iio ci upuot:s t xaci- nss to thu indicaticni ihut may urtsinr themselves, ia :he rase ol the a'Hcttd! Exc-pt un ler uigtnt circtnns'nnc s. bin practice will by cor'.hned to the ctTice, wheat- he will Le happy to prescribe for, ar.d sup ply mt dicine to all thc.ift w.ho may apply. Persa.ns at a di-??irife nru r.,liti,M-i t,. re r 50 ms at a distance, net in a condition in vuit him, cz hi;o, can be succr s-fully presri btd for, supplied with suitable mi dicincs," bv and sending a correct, and if p ssiblo, a writers aescuption c! t!e,:nost prc.nunent symptoir.s cf-their aC' ctuns. Cul'3 ate earnest!' solicit, d fiom th.o woo regard themse lves a ? hopelessly cfllict td with Rheinnitism. Scrofiala, Liver Com phmr, . Coii3 nnption, Dyspi j s a, Pib 3. Oiavel, UM Ulcers. Habitual Cosairn Chronic Diarrliea, ccc , &c , &ie : or a'!, or ay f thu thitii of distressing maladi-. t. whi-'h the f'mli our ceuntrv are sur-v cr. OFFICC-Ovir ihrj No.M oi tnern D it! it. j wiwre t!ie public generally. and Physictiri pjtt.cttfai ly nre inviu.i to call. District Cihancery Cc i : t . of tl.o Suto ol' CoruidiT Parrisl: - 1 r 41P, v-. nr. V.u-.lir-n, Ocij. TV brick W. fla!inrretal. $ r2Vh, 1S-13. V JPCiN o;,ono..; if... wafers of tbi'b!:!, ;: r,p- w J,,,,;a oj Sv4.l-iaci'.on 01 ius Ci :i rt 1 .. .-: li.e 0.-.' nd nits J.-m-.'i Uavi, Jo.bni Carii; m.d ilv-uert II. Pa'tido, are not i!ib.b:t?.r.tr, .5 tUs y.r.tc, bat rcc-ide beyond the limit, thcrmf, so b3l the ordir.afy proce r; cf this coa-t z o '.o-? b senetl on ihem, Therefore i. L? ordered Th unless the s..,d defccd-.r.t appear before Iu- Vec Ca.nceilor, ?tihe eoart n.-am in iha town 0: 1 IJlly Sprii.gs, c! inc first Mon iav of Jar,n.-.rv nexr, andpl-ad answer or demur ta cottS:: ant's bill,, the. Jcveird ;.i!egations thereof will t-. .iiken fji confessed as lo them, nnd .such ordf aad decree m'ade therein as the Vi-, Chine- 'c sin II d vni equitable nnd p,t : And it ii faVther orued, Pa ;j a copv ol iuis order b i -ert'd in the " Hcd!y Springs Gaz-pe,' r. tv-n " - "-u-iisned in the lawn cf Hollv Spring Mi Vi'r-', once a wee for t'.ro raonths. sti-ces'irc!y r" ' Test. JAMES C. ALDER30-T. C'r': Lrc9, Le.NK vpc C'Lirr, sol'rs fj- -l't October i'7, !8!3-2ra. ' JOSi.-V ff. IIt4FFT. COM MISSION ,iA' FOIl IV IR. DING MEUCIIAXV A j 5, CouinerciZl ( fV ; ,') R0K ?eC: ef t' I .'ail A:zu', TTT. , , M'e:.:piusi Tknm. V fiI rnnVe liberal aJvanc ou Cotton con- sir.ei?o bisfiiends. Munstll White Co New Orleans; rr uiil Receive and Store cf dispo-e of Co.um is he ii ii i iucte l bv rh-j ho may fsvr hiio with h,t ir con'S ' H u couvanslrcn and for sale ICes'nc'-iy King- Bale R.pe, Twine. Sugar, Mola Cul. tee, I f-a, S-.h, Ac. eVc. . x.Tlit,EIu!ii' Springs Gzzt'Ae r.nd Pancda V.eely r.esi -r, will copy the i.bve ar.d lorward account, to me for pavmeut , . J- IL KItArFT. ScnneraiUe Hcpjrier. ICOTICE. Aummlitratioti with the ni l annexed having been' c'rand the nn:f.r;.-t ... Jlast termf ths Probate Court for .Marshall ;i!,,l Sljlt' of J'ipp. on the citato of h. ulU.e Cox' dt.c'd. bitp of said counly, no- ".risiinuy given to 311 person? h'arin" elatms against said estate.lo present thefn'dtT- y "oiutiuicatecr, wunin tne titnp by law, or they will be forever barred required nd :J t..J. ost- uiueoieu 10 saia rsti'e ivjll !ea mnbe na mt nt imme dint.lt- Un il' 'a' v CHESLEY D. WOOD. Adm'r with the Will annexed. Oct. 23. 1843 ll6-.v R BELCHER. V. B JOHNSON BHLCHEIZ 4- JOUXSOX ATTO. AT. L 44V. ,1 OXFORD MISS. Septrmber, i !St3thV ' W. G, S'CGllA.tl, A T T O R'N E Y A T L W . -T. , - T- - " ?LY.ipR,!(a- MISS- to