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" ,:"''":' L iin :-r " ' -"v- - '"'"""'n' wnLdTiu -'"LZ"---mmnm ,y,V M ' " " ' " rlrto a" " Court ot tne o I j LI i -.fi" - . j-inr in i VT credit ofsix montns tr' i J with "ood secun- . iT I'"- J, IV PSl. II J TW MOTICE. TTvK'Ii.A -m PIlI . I hirin- at the June r'iWWe Court of Mar- ' V iiPDi. obwned from 7 lo? JfninistratSon upon r a'VSnci5 McOce. lata of said ecf Frant Ju persons iadclttJ to ';J those having P F tW.arc notified to HttVbV irv.orthe same will be :-.lHNM L. SMITH. Ai'r. NATIONAL II0TEL. PANOLA COUNTY Miss. The subscriber having taken charge of this well known establishment, formerly occupied by A. G. Erxis Esq, would respectfully inform the Public, that he is prepared to accommodate TRAVELLERS AND BOARDERS in a style not inferior to any establishment in the surrounding country. His rooms are made comtortable.and he promises that strict attention shall be paid to all who may favor him with a call. His table shall, at all times.be supplied with the choicest articles that can be procured in this market, and served up in a style not heretofore practiced in this section of cot ntry. lie has good horstlers to lake charge of his Stable, and that branch of the Establishment will be properly attended to. Nov 2, Ibl 1. P. B. JONES. TAKEN up by P. Bradley, living 1G miles west of Holly Springs, on the Pigeon Iloost creek one bay Hure5or ( years old, star in the forehea-1, buth hind feet white. no other marks or brands. Appraised to thirty dollars. JAS. II. SWANN Ranr. Nov 4th lbilnf2 if. m rs. .,vr. i TORS' NOTICE. MIi:'n"ibmi.at the October !1 Probata Court ol Marsha! " " cf Almiaiitratioa upon tho Uertnihr. of S:liJ Ccu?: ,"l Ail per-ons inJefcted to srtiJ ' 1 .' ' l,. rt... i: -i-ii to make irn:r.c I!.",. n' an I "vtng cl KiiiS a- :-1 o are not iff;! to prtsctit them, ;;;'VU , wkiiia the time pre " . i. nr tli1 finin will h o.irrcd. in U ALU'.IINATHY .1 -rvun? WOiVri NOTICE I i;,--;':. 'l h ivin,' at tho U:tbrr I . l',-o'; i:t; C.iurtof MarjhaU c:f .vi liinistra'ion upon the rs 'ii:ii 'r U- Lki ', 1 cf s ti J conn--J. Alt p rsoiu mJt-bt J t said ivitrtly rtii'issJ to mak' itnmo j. r.t: ml thesf1 having claims a .J',l,r.".areno;iii.-.l to preset. thf m, . . .m,. t.-,! u u!, in the time pre- M ; is tr thf s will be barred- J HSU. ANPInSON. Wwi'r. j ' ' .... r , i , i .- V,'.!!i:a C ' p-.vood li ving G, . ; M . ir.t l'L-a-iint, on the Ileiiianda .t-,i i.: a re years eld about 13 ! 13-. Mi-.' I to b. " " JAS. li. oW.lN. Hunger !- V." arnli Hardin livir.g four : li i:'; ti. or.e light b nell ( , 1 1 1,' hi-to re, hint teet white, ;,L Ji. A; praise. I l. i-') 0.). JAN. H. SWAN, I n up lr Ne-.vsom Joyner, living 5 c i-t cf North Alt. rltnsant, one :a: f)te 1 tt and It ft hind foot w hitr; 5 .r 6 Tf.trs oM. l.'i hands high, in I -J.r.s-;a; saddle marks, appraised to vs. 5 - J-.h I? 11. I ' .N i r ; D McTuILt living 5 miles I ' ! :: ru :,!, iea Itr.g frm La mar, one li . 3 r t vtar; t .1.1. IlI'; hind toot while. ' ue Itli Lij-. Api raied to 3U. NOTICE. PURSUANT to an Interlocutory D crceofthe District Chancery Court of the State of Mississippi at Holly Spiings, in the s'lit cf Hamilton Thornton Adm r oi u liam Grain Ic'd , against Walter B. Sor. rells, Eli McNabb and the Heirs of Wil liam Grain. 1 will on Wednesday tho lih dxy of December next, Oa tho premises, sell to the highest bidder, Oa a credit of six months, the purchasers giving bond with good security, bearing interest from sale. Lots No. SO and b3, and thirty acres of land. On E!ock No. 7. On the plan of North Mount Pleasant. Marshall County. JAMES C. ALDERS ON. Covir. Pi's. Ice B'o t. s. And no mistake th Cheapest an d Finest Goods, ever bronghtlo Iiolly Springs, Mississippi??? WHOLES AXE AND REX IX. NEW bub lisis I yA &ami Street , , NEW-OIiLEANS. ECfAdyances made on Consignments to the above, by DAVIDS. WELLS, at T. W. . Wilkinson & Co's, Front .How, Mem. phis.Tenn. Ref-er to Francis Suoemake Esq Holly Springs, Mississippi. October 25, .18.4-1. 6ra. THE STATE OF M ISSISSIPPI. To all persons interested in the lantU tene -men's and hereditaments of William Pat rick Deceased. (iP.r.Mixc : You are hcrtby cited to bo and appear before the Probate Court of Marshall coun ty, at the Court House in the town of Hoi. y Springs, on the fourth Monday cf De cember next, to show cause why tho lands, tr-nemcnts and herediiamcnts of the said W.IIiam Patrick Deceased shall not be scU to pay his debts, to wit: part of Block no. 21 in North Mount Pleasant containing nine acres, more or less, and bounded rs fol lows, to wit: Beginning at the s. e. corner of said Block thence north to James Brown's s. e. corner, thtnee west with Brown '& Leache's south boundary to Leache s s. w. corner, thence north with Leache's line to north boundary of said Block, thence west to the n. w. corner of said Block, thence south to the s. v. corner of said- Block thence east to the beginning. Also, anoth er lot known and designated on the plan of said town as lot no 17. Witness the Honorable Tryou M. Yancev Judge of said Court and the seal therof annexed the 4th Monday of October A. L. 1814. Issned October 31. 1S4 4. Test GORDENTIA WAITE Cl'k. Nov. 2d 1344. .1!. JAS. 11. SWAN. Ranker. st it a i i:d. " uVc riNr on lie 'Z'.hh of August 18 1 1, ' jci, u:uy Jlis, lj iihu-s veVt)l uxioru, ' 1 '! s J ni ii Panula road, one bay Mare ' "ir unr lit.) Xniinor ,1" or. ir! si Zf. 1 per a sinall lump on herback I ' ! JV I S i.' ' 1 h.r ri..tif hit.. I !.-. L- a lit. 'fftou ih? inside, and was a Utile laiue i -2 .it We I'm.. i when .-he let! me. iw t!t!.i:it n repectin'' her. will be f ievtJ at in v hoiie, or through i ... nt i wi OJ.te Faiu.Ia countv Mis. 11. T. POLLA I1D. ! , Nu i ici;." A i persons iriitlted to the estate of Ew 5!PP. d' ctattd, are requested to make I' t ue pyrnait, as longer indulgence '. b; allo.vtl. Those "having claims "A sail tu:e are rtfpnsted to bring t'atuwarJ, parprly authenticated, with- i , luri prescriUJ by law, or the same ' '.' l ined "Wif.V IV. SHIPP. Executor. CALL COURT. f -i:2 ij hereby given that a Special !' 3 tithe Circuit Court, in and for the 1 lui,1,!l. will be holJen at the Uris-in Holly Springs, on the first IWcember next. 7'he State cdHed 0n the first day of the Ey orier of James M Howry A T. CARUTHERS. Clerk. iRtA4Tto an Interlocutory De. D,5t( ki chancery court of the ' Mississip pi, at Holly Springs, in Uo Mary . tjiovan Extr., against ,a' W.andotl Wall. I will on day of ccember next, at ' " House door in Holly Springs. .Ue Shest tidier, on a credit of six tr'" Darchspr t bend, with JAMES C. ALDEUSON, Cot.:r. Pr's fee iC t s. fir ..u l'"nrE jjjTtoan Interlocutory De iVi'. Dli"c Chancery Court of the tfll r;?.1?;:" "oily Springs, in the Taken up bv D. D. Lindsley, .living 1 mile & r. i irom Carters DriJ-e, on Coldwaer, one re.I Dav horse, some white spots on hi i Back, both hind feet white, seven years old. Appraised to c IX JAS. "II. SWAXX, Uanger. " rov. 2, 1811. TAKEN up by John R. Norfleet, liv ing 3 miles west of Ml. Pleasant two mules; one a small black horse mule, and a com mon sized light bay Mare Mule. Both a bout 4 or 5 years old. Appraised to thirty five dollars each. Sept 23 1844. JAS. H. SWANN. Rarger. Taken up by L H. Cole.near Waterford. one Dark boown Mare mule, about 13 hands high 5 or S years old, no brands or or marks. Appraised to oo. August 12th IS 14. JAS H. SWANN, Ranger. Are now receiving and opening, at their Old Stand, a New end Splendid assort mcnt of DEY GOODS! Purchased by themselves in the cities cf New -York, Philadelphia pnd Boston, expiesly for rhis market. They would respectfully ii.furaithe citizens of Marshall and the adjoining counties, that they are determined lo Wholesale and Retail Good-.- al as LOW IMTES as thev csn be pur chased in Memphis, Louisville, Cincinnati, or any other City West of the mountains. The following artich s compose a part of their Stock, to icit : G NFLEfvlEN'S WEAR: Sup. Blue, B'ue-black and Wool-dyed black CLOTI1S: Frencli and English Cloths, I n C isihlp firrpr. r.rnnrn nn,? OUt-r Blue, Biue-Blac'k and Fancy CylSS-IMErwE, Cas.shictts, A'catucky Jeans, &.c. Tlnin and Figured Silic ir.d Satin, Do do M.erailes, Do do Cashmere, etc. 12 CO Llozvs i:ools:xtt Alices. Men's Fine Calf an i Morocco Boots, Do do do &hoes, 12000 pair Coarse Shops, 1000 " " Bools, A large assortment of youths' Boots and S'hoes. Fine Silk and (Jam Elastic Suspeaders. Worsted and Cotton do Super Silk, Cotton and Lamb's wool half hose. Tiiminiii?-; of'all kinds and qualities. Linen, Cambric, Silk ana Fi:ticy Handkerchiefs. 13-4 Marseilles Counterpanes. fi .OTn:(J 4 lai-2-e and hand: nine ns- soiimer.t cf iec:dy-niade Clothing of the la'est Faslnons. 3 JATS.-Beaver, ilk, Fur & "Wool Hats. ALSO. Winter Caps of all descriptions. GLOVES. Plain, Clark and coloured Kid, Io do Thread, Do do Cotton, Buckskin and Woolen Gloves. LADIES' WEAB ! SilliS. Black and blue-black Italian Lustring; do do Gros de Rliine ; do do Gros de Naples ; do do Satin ; Plain and colored Fancy Silks of every variety; White, straw, pink, cherry and scarlet ; Light and dark green, lilac and slate. ITSnsIiil Ic ILaincs Plain, mode colors, printed, satin striped, black and blue-black. Cashmere de Laines, latest styles, Ginghams Scotch and French, nevt articles. CALICOES 500 pieces cf American and French beautiful stock. ALPACAS Black, blue-black, dark, modes, changeable, plain, satin striped and figured. Uvndc.-incs Black and blue-black, assorted qualities. B.4ZZORINES Black, blue-black, colored and printed. WHITE GOODS Cambrics, Jaconets, Swiss Muslins, Lace, striped, cross-barred and small plaid dimity Bihop Lawns, &c. LACES black and white Lisle; Thread, Meek lin, Guipure, Malines, Edins, lisle & thread: Muslin Edgings and Inserlings, ofevery variety. Crapei.isse black, white, straw, pink, blue and M7 V1XCIBLE R ESTOUA Tl YE PILLS, Tor the Treatment and Cure of Fevers. 1st. Intermittent, or Ague and lever. 2d Bilious Fever. 3d Typhus, or Winter Fever. 4th Remiitent, or Yellow Fever. Inquire for Dr. James M. Martieri s anti-bilious Veg ctable Universal Life Pills. Dr. Martien having used these Pills for ma ny years in an extensive practice, is lully persua ded ihat they are superior to any medicine ol a cathartic nature now before the public, for gen era 1 use. The preparation is scientific, and is the result of much research, labor and experi ence. It will be lound mild, yet ellicacious in its operations removing all the acrid matter from the stomach, bowels 2nd intotines, with out occasioning either sickness or debility. For sale Ly 11. P. LEWJS, Holly Springs. Inquire for Dr. James M. Nartieri's AN 1T-DISPEPTIC AND ANTI CONSUMPTIVE PILLS. For the cure of dyspeptia, chronic cough, pain in the breast, when the body is weak and emaci ated, spitlirg of Llood, chronic diahrcea, or com plaints cf ihe bowels, palpitation of the heait, costive habits, loss, cf appetite, acidity cf the stomach, &c. Inquire for Ir. J. III. Elarticii's Never Jailing Worm destroying medicine for Children. This medicine is infinitely superior to any other worm medicine that has yet been otfered to .1-11 . 1 X .1 . . . ine puoiic, m every respeci, aim wr me jjui ioc lor which it is compounded, it has not its equal. Sold by II- P. LEWIS, South side of the public square, Holly Springs, Misi. Oct. -25, 1811. Henry Smith. Gladin Gosin. Jos. D. ?1ason NOTfCKj . ' ALL persons are hereby 'foTrfartfrd from tra ding lor a Note, execjMed 'by the undersign! m PEkRY iKlNc, abnt ihe last of Augcnst, 134-I. fcr Thirty Seven Dollars and Fifty cents ; and nnwflhlft the 1st dav of November next. The considerations for which the said Note was ex?5 cuted, having whelly JaUeiI,.l will cot pay liie same unless compelled hv law. . CAUTEtt B. IURRIS. Sept. 27, 1S11. FRESH DRCGS AND ME0ICINES AX .15. P. LEWIS'. South Side of the Sqnare. WE have just received and will ifjf keep constantly on hand a good .Wl .sennmpnt of fresh Drujs and Zjrri - ra. " - " .vr ana AtviC ihtunnniiMi Ol the i.. Sortrnrss of the ttoviacke, Loss of Apitit?f LOWKESS y fflKlTS, CllOMC, CoSTIVNEiS, &?. ALSO HIS Meidcines, Paints, Oils, Dye studs I er fumery and all the popular and Valuable Patten Medicines and also a good assort ment of Shop Furniture of every scnpiion All orders fromPhysicians will be filled at low prices, for cash or on time to punctual Dealers. Mav 11, 1844 in and ffccttfH rent f tor all in; Is o: A certain FEMAL c-rUt tnl tfcbilitv ifOin rj n ycaSJ. . AND ALSO HIS RHE UM A TIC MEDICINE. COilSllSSSSiOiN MECUAKlS, TVEW OI2L.EANS. REFER TO, t, , J W. Chalmers, Joseph Caruthers, Rob. Greer, Gen'l. A. B.Bradford, Dr. F. W. D.uicy Dr. C. R. Jamerson, Dr. Wm. H. Jamerson. Aug. 17, 1811. 5m. OUlridffCs Balm 1" Columbia For the Hair, from Comstock & Co.-Its posi tive qualitiesare as follows: 1st : For infants, keeping the head free from scurf; and causing a luxuriant growth of hair- 2 For 'ad ies after childbirth, restoring the skin to its natural strer.gih and hrmncss, and Preventing the fallingoutot the hair, 3: For any person recovering irom nydcbil ily, ihe same etfect is prcnluced. m I If used in infancy ttll a gc-r d growth is star ted, it may be preserved by attention lo the lates period of life. .i 5- It frees the head from dandmli, strengthens- the roots, imparts health and vigor lo Use cirula tior, and prevectb the hair fiom changing col. or or getting gray. Gth It causes the hair to curl beautifully when done up in H over iiisht. No lady's toilet should ever be made with out it. 7th Children who have by any mean-, con- traded vermin in the head.aie immediately uid perfectly cured of them by its use L is infallible, j jr-. i i a l-pn h;ld j.hout five vcars no more -i J . I ' . - . - . - - - J , hair on tne lop oi my ntsuiiKu on -v m v h and, and h ead c o v e red with a ihic k scar In this situation, about the 10th of August laM, I be"-an using the Balm ol" Columbia, Horn Corn stork & Co.. since which lime I have used two and a half bottles of the Balm, which has in, 'y , restord my hair.and freed my head entirely liom j scurf. My head is now covercu wui i.u- i. ow ing long hair, which any one may see ly calling on me at Stamford, Coaneciicut. DARIUS S. SCOFFIELD. For sale in Holly Springs by 11. P. Le w is, on the South side of the public pquaie. Also, by E. A. Talbot, sign of the golden mortar. April 15. 184d. A n'rer failing remchj tor HUHl'M iTlC M.VS, in ir.'l its dijjerenl iltiss onJ ra . There area great many livinj wiiin-ts .t the healing effects of these niedieir.es; iu this vi cinity: we therefoie depeed entirely uj on i!h-.i persens lo leconnv.end tlem rinz r-v. but thost who have never taken them need not' be tirr.i 1 of receiving an. injury froir ilem, for they, in com mm wiih all good medicine-, are purely osetab!e and pcifecily hnrtnlcs. ll3-ForSaleby DR. L. SAWYER. Holly Springs Mis. IS 11 3m. Aug. 23. A CARD. Many things have occurred, which I think, renders it incumbent upon me to pub lish my prices.- While there was a medical Society in existence; 4 was bour.d to bn governed by the rules and agreements cfth.-it society. The society does not now e 1 am therefore left free to establish my price as I see fit; and do give below the pric s by which I shall be governed, in my ch.-nge to all who may favour me with their con fidence. For visit in Town, or within one mile cf he square. : ; : 81,00 " Every succeec'.ig mile. : 50 After night these c'-.Tges are double For c;ithartic, ptiri ; laxa'ive, 25 cts each. Alterative and i.bsoibei.1, powder per dozen. : . : : 1,50 Tinctures from 25 to 50 cts per oz. Obsttterics : : : 10,00 Su:gery in all casts, will ho the usual prices as charged heretofore. Prompt pay w ill be mpnhrd. JOSEPH HIM TT.V Ofllce South E-ist corner e( tin: sq j ue. June 15 IS 14 tf. " '- - i v a t 1 r ,. . O f iv V ivarm." ntprest . com eaie, til ; run ro...:., . 'Fnivn- p 't i.tci Ui occuuu ' l III 1 A DMIXI Til A TOIVS .YO TICK. 'THE undersigned having at the August Term, 18 44, of ihe Probale Court ot Mar shall county, Mississippi, obtained from said Ccurt, Inters of Administration upon the estate of James P- W. D. Ilobeitson, late of said county, deceased. All persons indebt ed to said estate, arc hereby requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against said estate are notified to pre sent them duly authenticated, within the time prescribed by law, or the same will be barred. ULYSSEES H. ROSS, HANNAH W ROBERTSON, Sept. 27, 18-11. Administrators. FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES'. D. D. JONES &C0. HAVE iust received, in addition to their former stock, the lollowing articles, wnicn flVrinorat reduced prices. j ... - 0 . 5 uis. iioiasscs 2 crushed sugai 3 sacks Laguira 3 box. scp. Tobac. co, Sander's best. 10 box. sperm cand. f J W V I U.f, ' monina credit, tne r fi'mio mm gooa security, Tt lf0m sa,e-lbe North West ?MP..: m. Aownsnip X, UVP?;? rTh bounty CALDEUSON, Corl 5 Hds. Sugar 3 bis loaf Sugar 25 sacks Rio cofll'e 2 sacks Java " 10 box Ivy. tobacco . bi-ipA fnmmnn " 9 box. tallow cand'ls 6 boxes m. r. raisins 5 kegs powder 4 bales lead 3 boxes pickles A coils assort rope 20 bags shot assort 2 boxes soap no. 1 3 barrels mackarel 1 shad or in. AO lbs scotch snuff, 4 doz. scotch bottles 400 ibs bar lead G doz brooms I gross blacking 14 cedar ?vh 3 pt. buckets 3 doz sieves 500 lbs smokin': ha CCO. old. 3 doz black, brushes Gnest. keelers l 2 doz cedar churns G doz weaver's sleys 1 CRA FES black, blue-black, white, and yellow Uncii Ca:::biics. Linen Cambric Handerchiefs; Fine and common plain borders, hemmed, stich- ed and embroidered; childrens, &c. Cardinals and Fancy Handkerchiefs. Muslin de Laine and fine silks Shawls. RIF.OXS Bonnet Velvet, Satin, Neck and cap. 4 4 Irish Linen, and C-t Irish Slieetine. 12-1 do Xi1 filnves. oi3lirlT n haw Sfvlo. Light colored, dark assorted, black an white IVKl. Pink. liht prcpn. blue. oranre. black, white. , r,- t - j J ' coloured ana embroidered bilk Uloves, w . . V Bit . . A Ulack-, white, colorea ana aaric assortea -wOiton Gloves Net, Woisted and Twisted Silk Mils. HOSIERY: Ladies Black and While silk Hose, Do Ribbed do do do Do super White and Black Cotton Hose, Do do Brown and Mixed do Fine Lamb's Wool, Cashmere and worsted do French Worked Collars, A large stock of Gimps, Fringes, &c. Sewing silks, colored and Black, &c. llXMpair Ladies' fine Ivid and Winter Shoes of all description?. Gaiters and Fur Boots and Bootees. Also a large assor.ment of Misses Boots and Shoes. FINE STRAW 4ND LEGHORN AND Very large assortment of all descriptions cf GCODS FOR NEGROES WEAR. 300 pair of Blankets, and Heavy Cotton GOODS. Also a handsome lot of Mackinaw. BED BLANKETS. .1LSO. ON HAND, HARDWARE AND CU FLERY. China, Glass, Qnccnsware and LOOKING GLASS. JO TIECES OF CARPETING, OIL CAR PET?, &c. &c. rfToourold friends and customers in the adjoining counties, we would say thai we can make it To their interest to call and examine our so"k of GOODS before purchasing, as we are, confident we will be able to give general satis faction, as regards ihe quality ana cheapness oi our goods. All kind? of Country Produce taken in ex cbage for GooiSat -"Mfl'eg K0(1N Sept.27, 1S11. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Letters of Administration having been frfnnted to the undersigned by the Hon. Probate Court of Tunica county, State of j Mississippi, at the October term, 1&4I, on the Estate of Tames N. Smith, deceased, all persons having claims against the said Es tate, are hereby notified to present them, du ly authenticated, within the time prescibed ir law or thev will be forever barred: and all those who fo indebted to the said Kitate are hereby notified to make immediate pay ment as indulgence cannot De expecteu. THOMAS MAY, Adm'r, October S. 1844 no 8-6 w pr. fee 65 HF.NFdiAL ASSORTMENT OF BOTANIC MEDICINE. ittt r? THRIVED FROM 13 ALT I 4 MORE. tm,, v.vc.ri'Vvpr lias iust received a general as- ir,t iri. nml Fresh Botanic Medicines. WIUUCUl V...V.. , ,' Inch he oilers low lar oiiau. tus siociv i "eU i "' OJ the late firm of Beck $ Bcharrcll.) Oroccr & commission UXoroIiniit Memphis, Texn. Particular attention faid lo the Shipment of"Co!tc,n. aug. MO, 11' tf. BOOK'S BOOK'S. AT li X. LEWis' milllS lOUB South Side of Square, Holly Springs. WE have on hand tl? following Boolcv, which we wiil sell . r ;?o 'y hi t-for ". i or on time to punctual men. Coinc? and s-e, v. are determined to sell cheaper than tacj can Douiii eiewucre. (Doctor in Dental Surgery, and Manvfac- Hirer V AHL'JI I Ujtliutc j." t'tc m j itui.y HAVING permanently located himself near Chulahoma, will praclice his profession in Marshall. Desoto, Panola, Laiayetle and Pon totoc counties. N. B All operations warranted, and terms numerate. Those who may want his scvircs, will please address him thro' the Post ofiice, or otherwise, at Chulahoma. Satisfactory references will be given wnen recjuired. Oct. 4th, ISI1--D. Miller's Letters. S Cambridge's aiathemat ics, Davis' Shades & Shad ow's, Do. Description Ge ometry, Ilauk's . FcolpsJasl ir.il llis-torv of ihe U. S. Da i by 's Universal zettee American R e v ol u t i o n . Young Cadet, V'orcester's Geogra phy ami Atlas, Lite -of Joseph, New System of Mer cantile Arithmetic Pnrlir fc?itpr, I Moor's .1clodiei Ga- Cooks Voyase EpisoopacyExam iiil Writings of Washing- Rambles.- of a Natural- TKUTTCIS A: bTUAKSS, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW Holly Spri?igs, Miss. . 4 tlxi- 4 . x 1 -vit'i rr nrlirtUv 1- l - coinposeu in pari 01 iwhwijo 1 1 - 0 , Black Root, Cayenne, Bayberry, Bitter Root, Will practice in the Circuit Ccurts of the 8th I 11.1 ltn 1 IIlS.IIlf'1 liirr UIMI It l J IHUIV. 1 vvy at Hollv Springs. Ihe Federal Court fit Pontotoc nd the tii2h Court ot terrors ana iy--i Jackson. f Autust 1H, lb4J p;ik nrt Tnmirake. Blood Root. Hemlock. unit xvw, . ivr.r,o Anin Ponlar. Pricklv Ah. Wich ins., a l' ' - r t Hazel, Conserve of Holly Hawk, h,xtract of Boneset, Black uonosn, pesiaes various ouiei tnr tftinns tn mention. Those who are friendly to the practice of the Botanic system would do well to call and exam ine lor themselves. a-nnll at llip Post Office J. J. GATELY. Holly Springs Miss., Sept., 131h 1811, 4 D ENTA L S URG EON. Those wishins Dr. Bentlev's Dental ser vice, can obtaia thctn by addressing a note to this office. August 21th 1341-l-3t. E A. T A LB O TS NEW DRUG STORE, Sicu of tlic Golden lortar T A W SO TICK. GEO. S H-:i!t,L-.U, oi I 'infVi(.Wmr?r and CHARLES SCOTT, of Jackson, will practice law in partnerhip. Bus iness in the Chancery uouri ai jhcksoh, dim Hieh Courted Errors ana ArreaJS ,fl'elc Iheir strict attention. They have an ofiice Rt Jackson and Vickburg. Communications re dressed to them at either place, will be atiended 1st ton Newton's Works Horace, Virgil, Cicero, Livii, New Latin Tutor, I lay fairs Euclid Millwright's Guide Groves Greek and Eng. Dictionary, The Preacher, 2 vol. Life of Livingston c ouncil of Nice ! I!,'nnmnnl on f"IrtrJr: I Juice, Life of Gi;ard, llellliil's Book-keeping, Beimel's Letter-.-, Memoirs Evenings atIlone, Solitude Svveeiened, Vrr.i rester's KlemcBt- a v Dictionary Pa ley's Evidence Do Theology, Paslor'.s Teiimony Hopkins on the creed- Dr Li rd en's Encyclo p:rdia, Goldsmith's Greece Do Home. of Hannah E- eh to. July 13, lfell. tim. ITc si side of th e public S guar e E!OLLYr SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI, Where can be found a general assort ment of Fresh Drugs, Medicines, Paints, rvi. r.c:tnfT3 Pprfnmerv. Patent Medi. LJ- J ' n i n n.i .( f. ICS'Cheap for VJasn, or on usuai ume iu PUNCTUAL Uoustomers May 1 1, IS 41. tf A ITOJiMJU Y A A It COL A SLLL O R AT t.AW Holly Springs, Miss nrrirE In the back room ol the Noj hern Bank of Miss. MARS DEN 4- QUILL1N, ttorn cys a ii d Counsellors At a w. Holly Springs Miss. niaUN Uti n ALLL 1 C I?3C?IACK.X."V, Proprirlor. ' CAPITOL STREET, JACKSON,' MISS. Tnr Prnnriplnr fnrniprli' rifPntitntnc nnd late of Memphis, Tennessee, "has taken the above well known Establishmen, and would be pleas ed to see his old friends and the travelling com munity in general, iiisprices will be in accor dance with the times. Mav, IB, 41 tf. I 9 6 iZif Moore Chalmer's Political con o my, Life of Rev. Lei Richmond, Family Religion, Aiilicted Family's com panion, Dav v CrockeHs Tours Smel lie's Philosophy, (iriaish.iw's Greece Catechism on Grecian Antiquities, Bun vans Holy War, Ialins and Hymns, Senecas Morals Hervey's Mcdiialion L'fe of Jackson, .s'mily's Geography and Atlas, Gentlemen and Ladies Lexicon, Mrs. Hall's Bible con versations Engii.vh Composition Cu mm in s Geography and Ma. Interesting Novels, j j Weem's Wah;rgton Iner-H'i Gra.nmcr, Liie of Jirion, Irving' Columbii:, Thompson's Sea-on Chris! ;'an Professor. Domestic Portraiture, Barnes N tc-, Thompson's Narrative do. Guide to Health Colb-iriis Algebra, Tttamcn!s Heibers Sermons Comstork's CI emis'.ry Pa ley's Syrmp-is M a 1 1 h y r n ' s G e o g r a p h y an 1 Atlas, S:ni;h's Algebra Pocket Ajps of th different Slates WaNhingion's Relig ious Opinions, T I od g e' s co m m c n t n r y Kentucky Volunteers James Smith Piano Instructors Grimshaw'.N Englan Halls Sketches of th HVt. a i f nnlia wnp. Trails &C. Also a lage lot ot tin ware by wholesale or.retail.besidcs roany other things not men tioned above. Jttuc7, 1841 NOTICE. nrTPQTTANT loan Interlocutorv De cree of the District chancery court of the o,..a f !;?issinni. at Holly Springs, in l)U"- ..... r I , - .. r the suit of James Elder, et al.. against Rufua T.r:nfrp et. al. I will on Monday the 2i a f rP-pmher uexL at the court House door in Holly Springs, Sell to the highest bidder on a credit of six months, purchasers living bond with good security, bearing in le. sell all the risht and inter- teret of said McGuffee, the same bein g cne moiety thereof, in and to the following lands to wit: the South East quarter ol Section 33. TownshipS, Range 2, the iNortn nan o c.: i and North East quarter of Section o Township 4. Range 2. All West of the Basis Meridian. Chickasaw session. JAMES C. ALDERSON, CovCr. Pr s lee $o i s. FOR SALE "ITOFFATS celebrated LIFE PILLS and 1VJL PHQ2NIX JITTERS, lor Dyspepsia, Asthma, Scrofula and Consumption, &c, war ranted to be fresh and genuine. For sale at LEWIS', South Side Cf the .Square, ST. THOrnA'S HALL. rpKE DAY SCHOOL department of St. X Thomas' Hall will re-open on Aionaay mc 218 Messrs. HAWKS &. WH RTO. Iiolly Springs", Oct. II, T .PROPOSE to sell ihe propcrtv on which J i. reside, one mile North ot Holly Spring--, 91 acres cf land li5 of which are cleared; good im provements, and excellent water. It is an ex cellent stand for a public house; and a very plea sant resilience. I Will lJ. 5ITM ff lan.1 Sitinlm'nn tl a To wn of Holly Springs south east, 50 acres 1 3 l li' cieareu, some toaise -iuiiair.gs convenient lo ex cellent water, auj one of the most healthy resi ilpnrfs ir. th rounlrir. Also a good House an J tot in JJoI.y Springs whereoa Mrs Lane reside convenient to the square. Also the Northwest 1-4 of section 3, township 2 range 4 west situate in a good neighborhood near the new road from Holly springs to aiem nhis. ihe land is rood, 23 acres cleared with com fortable cabins. I will give good bargains in all the above named property. J. MORGAN. August ti -rT" ANTED. A good Cook for which a fai V V price will be given. Apply to the Ue v. C. A. rier, 1101 springs Conv Plates. Portfolios, Flu? Pereepior Good Old Music, and a s.ir ply uf Cluils, Lci:pf Paper, Wafers, sicaling Wai &c. April 13th, IS 11, tf. HOLLY SPRINGS FEMALE LNSTl TUTE. IN consequence of the resignation of M"r. Ed ni on son, the Steward, the undersigned is in duced to reside himself within the Institute, and take . the more immediate charge of the Boarding Department. The present session will close on the 29ih of June proximo, and the following will opeu ou Monday ihe '221 of July next. The number of Boaiders will be li.y.ited la32; and therefore those who are particularly desirous that their daughters should be me ir.be rs. of my family, had beUer make application by the close of the present session. Board, Fuel and Light?, per mocih, in advance $10 C. A. FOSTER, Rector & Principal.'O May 21, 1811 'f. Iustitutc. August 3. Ib 14. NOTICE. The undersigned, having been, ot the September Term, 18 44, of the Probate Court of Marshall County Miss: appointed Admin istrator of the estate of John E Carriugton dee'd, hereby notifies all persons having claims agairsl said estate to present them in legal form within the time prescribed by law or they will bo forever barred. Per sons indebted to the estate arc requested to make immediate navmnt. WALTERS. CARRINGTON. Ad ministrator of J E. Carrincton.