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I Tifl "Atta California" makes ths foN " ! Wing statement of the advantages 1 f Sau FrancUcar : , f 1st. Sao Francisco poaessea the r.f larffcit. and most accessible axbor on lne whole Pncifia coast. t 2d. Ths situation of the town is ktaresque, and bat four miles from the sea 4 3d. The large bay of San Francisco navigable for medium ssed ves sels, as are also Hi great tributaries fie Is, aa aro k be Sacrament J 4th. The cli Lbte to now .Valence of no be Sacramento and Ban joaqnm. innte, though disagree- comer?, from the pre orth-westerly winds, is . f remarkably bealtby. M 5th. The population has iucreafed, H since March last, from eight hundred to about two thousand sools. ' 5,h. R.l estate has risen in value from one hundred to ten hundred per i 7ih. The) Mpott of gold dqst from this port fince May last is supposed n exceel C 2.000.000. . fith. TLe duties collected at the "it . f lAM.I.iiaa r USlUHl MWUJW "WVi. 4th quarter,. IS 17. 112,04(119. lit Quarter, H,93t 27. 2d . I,.-. 8,385 38. 3d -1.1 74.827 93. -,4th "t; 100,480 83. . Total, fa 1848, $190,074 PC. SLAVEvinCALifORrA.Tbe Wash ington corresriorfdent f ths JN York (Tribune writes; I "Certainly one's, the most imper f tanl romors of the day, if it is true, is y that Mr. Bm'on has sent to California, : I by the last tteamsliip, another of bis J renwrkabla letters, addressed to the In . hablf its of that territory. The first " 'rcacriL to tli3 Californians was taken out lat fill, by Col. Fremont, and d- - vised Ucm to set up a provisional I government; without any provision as f to slavery. That document wan prob ' lably published, in San Fiancitco, a I bout tho first of February last. From I what 1 learn, I have reason to think f that Mr. Denton now advises the peo ple of California to iusert a provision . I ' . C . I ... n iiiis lempornry lynem, ivr mo wr- al exclusion of slavery from tueir sou, nd that he advocates or rather com end it with all his characteristic en- rgy and power. I cannot doubt that is recommendations win be ioiiow d." - To TIf Pi blic: 3 Jons ocAVicnt , an inlumous srnmp, wiio lives in ilia neighborhood of Wyalt, Miss., bus allowed ioiiw person to write a card, and put hia name to it and publish it, laoJsrirg my character.. I This ninn Beaver is an irresponsible j man and of notoriously bad character, and coo I J not have written the card himself. :es he can neither read nor write he hup .therefore been made a tool of by some infamous coward, through whom to slander ime. I deem no further reply necessary. I am resiKwaible and can make good what I ay. VTM. II. CAI.N. ! April 2d, 1819. FTP RUST BALK OF NEGROES. By virtue or a Deed of I ml, to me ex ecuted as Trustee, by J. K. Goodwin, on ' the 4tb day of January, 1847, lo secure certain Promissory Note, made by said Goodwin to Jamea ntockard, Administrator of O. B. Goodwin, deceased, in accordance with the terms of mk! trust, I will expo a for snle, in tht town of Oxford, at the Court House door, On tho 30th day of April next, (being the Firit day of ths Circuit Court, FIVE OK SIX AT.GROES, te satisfy said debt. ) The negroes are all valuable, sad the title will be goo.- i cm. rmrrs, Tnuu. I. April Cth, IS to. 60t4 A. LEWIS, t laving located Aa4 Sof irt W skill awS cto aneatioa to - G9 f:-.,.-' tie comer, fermtrlw v J I f Dr. Conief. Oxi, Mm, Mtk M, 19. "T1IIE undersigned having opened JL g boM in Oxford, on Mam- treet, south of tk court-bouse, for the aeeommodation of Travellera, UayBoard rs, and for Families mpwufully aoliciu ; a ahare of puUie patrenafe. lie pWjei j hia utmost eiertioos H rewder comfortable all wbo may favor aim wall their cwatom. SiU Or CBUB6M. Mft sad horse, a'.l night, per bay, T-iard, pr month, with Lodging, Croat April to October, per moeth, . do from October to April, per month, Tar4 J the Year, wits quarter ly seMlemtat, 20 AO 00 I 8 10 OG 12 00 120 00 ng'a wmsI, 2j be W.IL WILKINS. March 50 b, 1519. - 43;f LIST OF THE STUDENTS ' IN TB tht Order of Huff Matriculation -. joining College. and Dw"g, Tltomu Cbkkasaw county, M.6. Gilliam, J(Jm Denote ee. Ware, JVdliam J., Poototoe da. 2. 3. 4. Ilolmei, Finley, Desoto do. 6. Jdetm, "Joint A, do. 6. Nash. M. (L, Canton, Madison co. 7. e. 9. 10. Morton, C. S., Colurnbus, Lowndss cowuiy. llarru, S. H., do. Btnctn, William Oxford, Lafayette Butler, W. IL, do. do. . ,. 3 f artie, J. M., do. do. 11. 12. Kilpatrick, E. P., Tlarsball. co. 11. Fucyear, J . tlo. 14. EUit, Thm J"., at the University 15. dnjin, W. P., OxCrd, Lafayette co, 16. WUnii, Hugh, Lkville,Grectieco 17. Giispie, 'L., Walialak, Kemper co. 18. M Raven, HoUy Springs. 10. Pegve$i VUUm C, do. tO. Prgvcs, Marlborough, do. ' ' 21 Welth. Jot.. Waaa Ink, Kemper co. a. Conlcy, JoeJJ Oxford, Lsyette c0, ' 23. Vwvrr-av-Jff- d. An. HSJLtekj, John T Wahalak, Ke rape co. . ' : ' 125. Roeert, Thomat J.. Oxford. 27. thrent, WilHam, do. do. 23. Phirpe, J. Oxford. 29. Phijypt, B. L., di. iO. Sheegog, John, do. SI. rhippt, IT.-Jt, do. 'S2.'Jordr, W:'T., Caaton, Mdiao eo. 33. Raylum, L. 31, Oakland, Yalobunha co. 84. llibler, S. T., fieismt, Panels co. 38. AUtom, P. G., f laasant Mount, do. 30. " Smither, R. G-i Oxford. 37. BramlUt, J. M., Pontotoc. 3S. Bennett, J. M., Barton, Menroe ro. 81). Strong, M. L., Brt.m, Lowndes oo. 40. Wrc, William, Oxtord. 41. Taylor, B. S., do. 42. Means, J., Memphir-, Tcnn. 43. Coleman, A. J, Desoto co. 44. Eving, A., Carrollloo, Carroll ee. 45. Phifer, Charles IV., Water Valley, Yalobusha co. 48. Lesttr, S. P., Belmont, Panola co. 47. Burton, A. Holly Springs. 48. Hurt, 11. Hammtt, Oxford. 49. Ifalbert, J. L., Aberdeen, Mimroe ro 50. Smiley, J.J, Reid's Store, CopiaU co. 51. Meadert, J. P., Oxford. 53. Montgomery, C. R-, Starkville, Mis. 53. Evans, F. It., Ater.lecn, Monroe co. 51. Cottrell, II. M., Hudson? tile, Mar- shall co. 55. .Wrt, W., d... d 50. 57. 5S. Roach, , Preston, Yalohurha co. Hudson, J. L , Lsmnr, do. Rohson, W. J., Charleston, Talla- ' hntchio county. 59. Ragland, J. F Tontotoc CO. Quart, J. J , Montrose. 01. Farrar, T, G., Jackson, Mies. G2. Kirlrpatrici, J. G., Canton, Madison CO. 03. Oliver, D. M., Rice's X roods, Pa hola co. 61. MGovan, R , Watcrford, Marshal co C5. Earle, B., Aberdeen. Monroe co. 6J. M'Bec, Silas, Tthuls, Holmes co. 07. M'Bee. Joshua, do. do. OS. Johnson, William, Monroe co. 09. Durnift, W Bnitn, Lowndes e. 7. Mayson, J. H., Jackson, Miss. 71. Andrsvs. R. C, Vernon, Madison co. 72. Wyatt, T. S, Tenuis, Holmes CO. ?3. Herring, John B., Pontotoc. 74. M'Clurc, Moses .V, Coosa co., Ala bania. Since publishing the Lil of the Students who had matriculated in the University of Mississippi on Saturday last, the 10th of March, the following young gentlemen have joined that institution : 75. Leah, IV. J., Tippah co. 70. Young, Beverley D., Waverley, Lown des co. 77. Young, Thomas E., do. 78. Young, James ., do. 79. Wailtins, Jhn, do. 60. Robsom, Robert,- Charleston, Talla hatchie ro. i. T. MOSEUr. j. c. Taoartos. I0IELET 4 TB0IH09, Attormevs aa4 OeaawUara at Law, HERNANDO, HISS., iniTIT.L pracice in the Circuit Court of DeSotoandthe aj Mn-off counties, DiinriclChawcerv Cowrl at llwrnsada and Holly Spring, and United States Court at I'crtitoloc. November ISth, 1313.-3 Utf. EXFXUTOR'S NOTICE. WHEREAS Letters Testamentary of the last Will and Tests men t of John F. Barksdale, dee'd, were granted lo Ihe eadersigned, at tho January term of ike Profcaie Cwiit of I a layette coun ty, Miaaissippi Now all perrons, having claims again! the euto of said decedent, are hereby required to exhibit Ihe same nhn the time limi'ed ly law, or they will be tarred and tnrma indebted to id estate, are required to make im mediate payment. WILLIAM UWLN, Executor eJJkn P. Barksdale. March 10 h, IM5. w Ilercl BOD VERY V ! ALL persses posting strays wi ! plae sewd 50 ccnu wiib ihe noM note. ixk. rwi they may aot be attended to. And all persots suCermg ftray pfrly proreo OO'awvr wiiSout all ebarjes bainx pstd, vrifl'bw ' . . . . i hsio aeeaiB'ab e. A. WOOLVERTO.V. Ranger. Ape,l .. l JA. University of Mississippi. 1113 tnjtitiii.B waa duly opened on Monday the 0th of November, and i uow ia fall operation; 74 student aie already in attendance. The course of studies are arranged f r a four years cutriculain. 7 ha lequmies lor admission into the Freshman class, are a competent knowldge of English Gram mar, Comp"s't:on, Arithmetic, Cieogrjphy, the I.ntin a ad Greek tJrammars, six books .the iEneid.of Virgil nd the Greek Rea. der, and some acquaintance ivnh Latie Prowdy. The expenses for iheton months are 037 for College dues, and 3 a month for board. The Co'iege dues' re wholly p .id in advance, and the board is paid quar terly in advance Wsshinj, fuel, and light, are at the ex pense of the ttadent ; who will provide bis own furntiure also. , This, if desired, can be hirad er bought from the steward st a fair rase. JAMES M. HOWRY, Proctor Mws. L'niv'y. Oilbrd.Feh.3. 1819. Jailor's Notice. AS committed to the Jail of JV$ V Lafayette county, Miss ihe ? 27ih dy of Janoary 1849, a negro J3 man, who siys that he belongs to James K. Pott, stj tan away from his farm iaYWaxawiuy. .Satd DPj;ro is ab-mt forty-five years old; sbot five faet ten inches !igh-C4l1s W rUme GILBERT. The owner is Veqtirsiea to come forward, prove his property and poy chsrges, or be will be -dealt with - as tie law di rects. ' .--W; a McKEG, Jailor. Febriary 2J, 1S48. , 41-lf. LIE IS tD 12 A NT y-afli-oav. THE auVcrifcer bus jut received a new and eptenrM aesorttnent of Clothl sndfaxLatrrt, of every variety nf color, Potktt Bankcrthirfs, Crarati, superior arliclos, mmd CfSt l. lck and wlute IV id Silk and Buck. Clam, very fine. Also, an excellent article of Bilk. Maiiao and Cot ton Under-shirts; for sale at his old stand Call end examine no trouble to show goods, JU. AULIf. Sept. 23, l843.-20-tf. Cotton Plantation FOR SJlLE. OFFER for te, Sccti. n 13 snd 14, in Township l Range 7 West, 1280 seres, situated o mi es con in um or the town of Panola; over 500 acres cleared and in a fii e slate of cultivation, divided by etos fences itito from 00 to 1)0 acre fielda. Some two to three hundrrd acre, woods ei.closcd for lo's, with rood water- all under a good fence, and more than 20 gales well arranged, good gin home and cotton piers; a comloriable double lo hoof, a story and a half high, good negro qaartcis with go -d plank fl on, good sa Uie, rrila A'.e. This place has proved to be one of the hc.-ilihirst and moel productive pluntiiion. in ihe country. I tvill sell it for $7,000. holf enrh, hallance in 12 month. S me 10 to 21 first rate mules from 2 te 4 years old, would be taken in pait pnymei.t at a lair cash pi ice, or Negroes wo.ild t e taken iq part or whule, al such prices as may be agreed on. frt-The overseer on the premises will shtw the place to such as with to exam ine it. JAMFS BROWN. Cleir Creek, Lafayette count v. Miss fepfemhar 13. 14. tvnnl i,.irninnr r a m . .. Machine. VBlHE subscriber respectfully announces -- to the public that he has just received direct from Cincinnati!, a new IVOOL CARDING MACHINE, built on the most improved plan. It ia now in opera tion at bia Saw Mill, 10 miles eat of Ox. ford, Lafayette county, on the road leading from IVyatt to Pontotoc. lltose having ool to card w ould do well to send it in, as be confidently assures alh that, by atrict attention himself, and securing the services of an experienced person, they aball receive nothing but good rolls in return. IVool should be cleared from all bard substances previous to carding, and one pound of lard allowed to tn pounda wool. L. 1.WVNN. P S. Wool rolls for saJ-t r4 40 eta per pound. 1. I. W. DMINlSTRATOR'd NOTICE. The undersigned Administrator of the es tate of Zechsriah Fuller, deceased, bss presented a fim account of his adminis i rat ion on ssia estste, to the Probst e Court of Lafsye'.te county, Mississippi, and will, at the next Isy lenn thereof, apply for its audition snd allowance. C. J. FULLER, Administrator, Sjc. March 35th, IS 10. 49 ESTRAYS. TAKEN CP by Green berry Ilellerns, livin atmait tmlvm mAmm Muilkuil of Oxford, neir Price's mil!, one bay horse, about seven or eight yesrs old, no msiks or brands visible a nnratsed to S2- (J. Also, eoe roan mare, about eight nine years old, no inarka or brssMia perceivable af praised to $ V! 50. 11 AI.LL.N WOOLVLRTO.X, Msrch 23J, IS 13. Ranger. ESTRAY. TAKEN up, by Wii:iat E. Arno'd, Iiv ng 12 miles South of Oifcrd, one bsy fi ly, arosl 14 btnds bgk surpo ed lo then years rlJ, no marks or brn Js prr- . i a . . eeisn - , rTr,'i " f 1 ' Feb A. WOOLV ERTON, Rr. 3.14? 4I3t. THE subscriber tenders his hearty thanks lo the citizens of Memphis and vicini ty, for thsir liberal patronage, during his eight years residence .n Memphis, and by his extensive arrangements for the future hopes to merit for his new house, r r on tin ut nee of tin confidence and patronage of Ihe public FRED. II. CLARK. ' Watches! Watches 1! fjOIl years the strife has been not who could make tho be?t L vratcb, but who coaldv mnke the ciieapestoi l rather the Jo west priced nir-le. Hrhii'h i not v' ways the cheapest, sd eonavxpiently the great falling ou in lite rjwaiuy w watcbee. We. ini(Hrt our matches direct from Eng. Lnd, France, and Qtrminy, and have been 12 months in preprjryr tiu)- present stock. Our aim has Lees t ba e splend id asaortipent of Fine Witches s ne ss Europe ran produce."" "U'hir, jri S(!Hni'in to a full assortment of the law aid medium qualifies, we are now prepared" to show the public, sit' of wb cti will be to'd ate snull advance n the import cst. F. If. CLARK &. Co, : Jsousiy 3. No. S7 lixnt Row. Lx sea Additions, snd snore- extensive than er. HaviNo receives our semi-annual sup ply, we commence the New Yawr wiih an assortment that is not surpassed if equal led ia the United States.. We have "Twelve Theuss n Dol'ars" in the articlo of Watches alone, and can thercfjre rupply our friends and the puMic with any style, and at alnvst any price. We have GtJ. IMent Levers fr m $35 te $250; Silver do. do. " IS , 55; with a general assortment of Lepins Mid Vertical Watches. The other branches of our stork will ba f und asex'ensive and coai'lete as our Watches such as Chai.x. ssals, Kcys, (Jewelry in all its variety,) including many valuable Diamonds and rome full sot's, Spectacles, Silvkr-wase, CViw ruia, Silver plated Good, Ci'tK', Lamps & OlR AN DOLES, CCTLKBV, GUNS, PlSTOL. inclodinif ihegenuine UirrinukbV, Casks, Tsa Tbavs, with a general nssortinent.of Favcv Good, in which will be found many choice alleles tor the Lidiej. NOTICE. We aim to furninh tho-c who deal in Memphis, with a home mar ket and a home gunranteo f r Goods j-i our line, nnd invite the public to e! en. I exnmine fi r themselves. Our Stork is Uid in with Cash; our Europenn Good we import ourselves; we get our Domes tic Articles dircrt from fio makers, snl being satisfied with a small profit, we ffjr great inducements to our fiiends and the public. We are alo prepnred to do all kirn's of work in our 1 nc, in the best mitiner snd with difpatch, our tnoiti i, TRY VS! V. 11. CLARK &. Co. J7 Fn nt Row, Memphis, Tcnn IF. If. Clark, A. C WraxnAcif, j. S. WlLUM. N. B. Tho trade supp J on liberal terms; sni nil orders from tho coui.lry will receive especial attei lirn. Memphis, Tcnn , Janumy 13;h, 1819. OXrOKD MALE rillHS Inntitution re opened on the I5ih - dav of Jununry, under charge of J. W. RISEN At A. 1 1. CON KEY, brth f wh. m are well qunlified and experierced teach ers. The C ases and the different 1 ranch, es fan Englia education will be taught, and oin? gentlemen well prepired for entering the L'nivernty. li.ifcj can be hud in piirate Fami'ics at tS per moi.th. Ttrms prr Smion of fire HoDihi. 1st ClirsS, idling, Ilea- iop, Writinir, Elementiry Ceogrsphy &t Arithmetic f 10 2nd Clas Eng'ijh Grammar, Geogrt. phy, and Ariihmciic, : : $12 00 3d Clam 1 ho Higher branches tf Fjiglifh, including Natural Pbilosr phy and CLemistry, , ! : : $15 00 4th Class The Higher branches of Mtthnmatics and Clisr.ct, Lat'n. Greek and French, i : ; j 821 00 J. E. TaLiAntaao, I C- C. Bctler F, A. Mparkp, f ! D.RoaraTtos W. II. Fithr. ( J ) C. M. Piurrs, . If. D. WEN N DEL, Scc'y. Jan. 19,1 64&-4,.Mr. i iTIrdical Cepnrf nrrshfp. SRS. COUEI 4 TEOIrSOJ "W WAVING associated themselves in their "-profession, respectfully lender their services lo the public; and from the exper ience of the former of more than Iweaty years practice; and that cf tbo latter, in practical Surgery while ia the Army of, Occupation ia sieneo, bone to merit a continuance oflhe confUenee and patron. are of the community. The service a of both can be bad with ut extra ebars-e. rO0;Tice the west side side of the pub lie sqnare. Oxroao. Miss.. Jaa. 19. 18939-6m Final Settlement. 71JOTICE is b. rtby given that tha under-1 sirned AJrninitraor of lh Ertxe cf i G. B. Goodwin deceased, has fi'ed his pe- titi a in the Probite Court of Lafaye'te Ccunty, Ftvte of Misiiippi, for f.nl s. t-l dement cf his admiais'ratwwi, and will at the Februsrv Term of said Cour, rreent aa sreont cf h s sdministratiofi for allnw- sr.ee w.ts cotrmiwient, snd spf ly fs,r a fi ntl hearing ofaaid sceouni. J4ME5 rTOCKARD, AJmr rfCi. B, GrtW. ifttd rV. 19, a 3t. 1 Notice fo Contractors. SEALED Proposals will be received, oy th Tiutees of the Male Academy, until tho 1st day of March next, for the erection of a Brick Aedem v in Oxford. Connectors will be ellowed to biJ f rany p-wlioii of the woik. with or without mate rial. The Building" will be required to be completed by the 15th day ot Aa.njai nex. Plune and S;ecificttu ns can he ssen at C. G. Builei's or W. If. Smither. J.E. TALIAFERRO, C. G. BUTLER, w. ii. sMrniER. W. II. D WEN DEL, Trus Its. E A. MEADERS, D. ROBERTSON, CM. PIIIPP3, Jan. 15th 1319.-49-CW. Dissolution. rPJirjEfirra af Neihon & !Wcmlel,Vi.s J- ih a dtv dissolved bv limit ttiot. It is therefore neceesary that the business should ke eJoed at the erliet possible time. All indebted bv note or accnunt, are ear nestly requested to come and srt'le with out delay, as Jndirlgeneo will n l longer be given." Taos hating claims satn.t the firmer tii Ur of the partners, wilf please presesttbtm. Either of the firm are authorised to makett!ements. W.S NEILSON". 1 W. H.D.WLNDEL. rXcstr.ber SO, 184d. 3m. New Partnership THE undersigited have purrhased tho entire stock of Goods ofNeilson & Wendel, and are determined to keep the same large and varied shocks, frmetly kept by them. , We respectfully requets an examination of our Goods and prices by the friends of tho old firm, and all others desiring to purchase, and guarantee that both shall please. We w.Il offer great in ducement t eah buers, and to puncUial men, on the usual credit. We shall receive by next Steam Boat a large 1 t of Groceries which will be Soli at the lowest possible price. WENDEL at SI1EGOG. Jan I, 18i9-37-tf NOTICU. Iwill a tend st the Mlowing nnmed times and pla-es lor the purpose of receiving the State, County and Special Tax due fjr the jear lS49,t wi-: Wyatt, Arnolds, Grahams Liberty 1 1 ill 19 3d 17 f 20 ' 4th H 22 Cth 20 ' 23 fella 21 27 " 10, 21 M 2S " 11, 23 20 12, 60 " 30 13, 27 " 1st 15t 29 E. W. SMITH, 'ShiT. IP1H. ao. 3 1. if. Sarepta, Wtbs'er'a A.Mmpton's Giocn's 0frJ T7UTrusteistf Franklin Academy havinir secured the services of Mr. J. A. KIMUJLL, sn ex crianced letich er, have re-opened their School fur the re ception of pupila. ft will te the denn of lira intitulion losffrd facilities for the puicuit f any branch of icienco portaininj t' practical life. The great rirs dratuin aimed at in instruction and d.rciiilin, ii to cultivate hnblis of punctuality, and exact critical in vestigation: to ihal Ihe puinl mav be pre pared to enter upon ihe duties of life wiih lacu lues trained for odspiatmn to its van. ous demand. To secure tln, fUcli means will be ad'M'ted as to lead tho pupila to think lor themselvs. Terx for a session office months: Arithmeiic,Ginmniar, Philosophy, Chem ittry Arc. : : 8, 00 Aljjcbra, Geometry cVc. : 12,00 Latin. (Jreek, French A;C : 16,00 B'Mirding i an be obtained in good fami lies at (0 per month. WM. J. JONES. JOHN TAYLOR. Hsj27,im-0-if WAGOX it CARRIAGE MAKING. rTJlIIE unriersigned, hsving entered into cipnrtucrship in the above holiness. have ju'l received a fine stock of material? lor nmshinj? of Cirrlagrs, Iltisgira, Ac, in the most approved and complete style From ihcir long expedience at the bum neas, and close attention to the ears a, ihey confidently hpe to merit a liberal share of the public patrooage. Shrp, ihe one formerly occupied by l. t . iuoaaaw, Ifc F. MORROW, WM. M. STRONG. March 12ih. 1S-19. 47 TIIC STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, Uararrrra (.octtv. Wiluax P. Frccso!," Attachment , j iiaemrnt I in tht Circuit : j Court of La fay -J rue county, Miss. rs. Jon II. Watsow, i Jksabd E. Kiaav WILLIAM P. FL'RGLSON having uit out an stiachmcnt s; iinl ihe etste Jf-hn II. natson and Jerard r Kirby, fr the sum of f 100, hirh is now pending in the Circuit Court of La favette cownT, Miissifi, to be held ow the first Monday after the f -or'.h Monday of April, 113, at the court houe in ihe toa of Oxford Not ir i Hereby given that, unlet the said John II. U'atson and Jerard E. Kirby sHall appeir and plead bv the April term cX the tsid Court afore said, jaiiTent w'.l ba entered, an l tbe J eafate so atucfiM wi.i t-s lo sitn'yi J. estd iejt an.1 a.l rvts j Tb-s 31st oV t4 Msrrb. IB 19 H. RonLKTSON, Clerk. important Nation Atr" WORK. fa Press, a Kew Snd Enlarged Edition cf PRESIDENTS' MESSAGES, In 2 hinrfsoma vol ones orlavo tho who'o ecl ected from the ofH:iil doeunrsnU, by E. WILUAl3E3a- 1. The Xddretses and Usssses of the Presidents of the United Etaies, farm Washington to folic, with a copious snsl ytictl index to the sanMs.of subjeds, names and dates. 2 An account of the ionugratiou of each Preaidtnt. and a brief n ike of the princi ple political evvms of his Administration. 3 A iiioffra.Iueai SKeica oi ecca i resi dent. 4 Artic'es of conftderntirn, with a brief history of the eveuls and cirrumsiarcee which led to a union of ihe Statej an J the) firatation of the Constiintion. ' 5 Constituti. n of ihe United State, with notes and refererwes, , OA synopsis of the cbostilnti'ofts of lbs aeverad States. , - ? A Chronological table of historical events ia the United States. 8 Tables of the Members oflhe Cabin a t of the various AdniinistratKins, ilini.-tsra to foreign eeunlues and other principal of fieers. ..: 0 StatisUfiil tsblet of commerce sod pop nlatiori. , ' . . 10 WrH portraits of ttie, P.cs'rdcets sad Seabiif tha 28 State. . . , The work is indispensable lo tliejAmer icas tiietesmao. and every lover of hie country, forming as it does an nubrokeA hek tf tha history of this great Kcpublic Wai.ted ia every town and village in. the United Siales.responsil lo men to pro cure subscribers and engage in tha sites of iu abve work, to whom a very liberal peicentnge will le allowed, ' ' CiMiatrv ntwsoanerscoiivinS the who's fof this adt'srtiaemeut and itlviog it sit in- siiLs inaeri looa shwfl be entitled to a copy of (he above works, all who rr.ay comply1 with the uiwva terms . wi'l please send a copy oftbe paper each time of iaterttostJ ibe. pibiislier . ,4 Address E. WALKER. 111. r'lon aL, New York. 1Jcid Candidates In the Field. THE undorsigned tWg 1-ave to inform the Ladies and Gentlemen of Oxford! and vicinity, that tbey hare re-opened their STORK, and having just received new and full supply of Fall and Winter Goods. They are now fairly in tho field as candid ates for sellingGoods. begging the pitron. g oflhe citizen of Oxford and vicinity w ithout distinction of Patty. Their Stock consists in part of Dry Goods, a full assortment of Ready Made Clothing, IT ATS, CAPS. SIlOFJi and BOOTS. HARD WARE. QUEES WARE GROCERIES, SADDLERY, Ace. &c. Their Principhs will be t tike slight edvmces on ro-t and sell for CASH only. 'Plen'e give us a call and j u will cer. tninty l o siiilieJ with our Guods as well as wiih our term. ROGGENBURGER Si BRO. Oct. 28, D4S.-3l-tf. oxford; FEMALE ACADEMY. Fjpile next sessiou of this school will commence on the lUtli day of Febru ary next, under the supervision of Air. A. 1.. LliWIrf, as Principal, an able and experienced teacher, w bo w ill be aided by competent assistants, all of whom, are well qualified to dim. barge their rcseciire do-, lie. We can safely recommend them to h confidence and patrmsge of the public. The rourto of study will I o tbnt usua'ly pursued in the best Academies. The class, es are diviJed into primary and actdtrni cal departments, the latter into three oi. visions. PRIMARY DEPART11ENT. Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic. and Geography. ACADEMICAL DEPARTMENT. : First Class. History of the Uai ed States, Arithmetic, English Grammar, with ily exercises in read ng an! writing. baco.MD Class Namral rhil.a'pby. Ancient sni Modern IIi( ry, Jlhetoric, Botony, Watts on the m uJ, Thysiology, sad Cticmistry. Tbjiid Class AstrotKiny, NsMrat Pbdoophy, Problems on the Globes, Mr at and Mental Philosophy, Rhetoric, Colo ny. Chenrstry, Latin and French langux ges, and Mathematics. To thoe desirng it, will b taught Oraa mental Needlework, and Musie ou Fino, and strict attention gtveo Lo select reading. composition and definnioa thrcvh tha whole course. tebis rra session cf fite i:tt: Piimary Department. C10 C3 12 60 15 S3 00 25 C3 5 09 (0 A cad: meal Departmen'. rirst Cia's, Second clas, ThirdclMs, Mutc n Pitno, LVe of lntniTnt Cor PraetUirj, Ornamental NecdU Woik, lay-idenlal expenses. LSoardinr eaa ba btl at i V AA.. or wuh pnvaie families at f S per rr.n waging and canu ea extra cbtre. t i half ,f the price for tut ion and beard, r. wi I be required te te raid iu advance, UatiT Snxjwooo, Jacob Taow rs-iw. I . w , jj I0wit --- --- w aM ,m . i - i m . w. E. II. CrirMts, Zesrva Co-air, J. .4.111 s. Truest i. Jteary I, 154 V4-?iw.