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I - nt petrified Fomt ;u uiro.
There is scarcely, perhaps, a spec ie on the urface of the globe more narkable either io a geological or turesque point of view than (hat sentcd by the forest near Cairo, e traveller having passed the tomb the Caliphs, just below the gates I (he city, proceeds to the south ed, nearly at right angles to the id across the desert to Suez, and ier having travelled some ten miles a low barren valley, covered with nd,. gravel, and sea shells fresh ai I the tide had retired bat yesterday, oases a long range of eandhills, hlch has for some distance run par 'el to h s Datb. lne scene now sented to him is beyond conception -mlar and desolate. - A mass of f. ;ments of trees nil converted into 2 e, and when struck by his horse's 1 f. ringing like cast iron, ts seen ' f extend itself for miles and miles jnd him in the form of a decayed 1 prostrated forest.' The wood is i i i - i t i aarK Drown uue, retains ji urm nerfection; the pieces. being from j to fifteen feet in length, and from jot to three lectin thickness, strew ;so thickly together, as far as (he e can see, than an Egyptian donkey n scarcely thread its way through iongst them, so natural that were ,in fccotland or Ireland, it might iss without remark for some enor ous drained bog, on which the ex lusted trees kiy rotting 'in the sun. -Tke roots and rudiments, of the ranches are in many cases nearly perfect, and in some the worm-holes Men under the bark as readily re- gnizable. The most delicate of sap vessels, and all tho finer portions of io centre of the wood, are perfect f entire, and bear to be examined ith the strongest magnifiers. The hole are' so thoroughly silcified as t ? scratch glass, and to be capable ' receiving the highest polish. LIST OF THE STUDENTS " list of letters ,. . . in the v .-, " .;. w - jr EMAINING in the Post Office l Unircrsityof Mississippi. Oiford, Miss., on the ll day of April, ' ' " I uihirh'if nnt tnlren nut hffnre thft first laV In the Vrdcr of their Matriculation end of July next, will be stnttolhe Geoer- their liberal patronage, during his . . . a it , i n.i'Affl.. - j i ..a I ft I ant VPflri rpRHTpnrt n Hlpmnlnd. ind lv : j ' ' -. nrlin(r lor letters in this list will olease extensive arrangements fur the future- . . I rr ' , 1. Bugg, Aoma.,yiickasaw county, 8ay they are adverstised, otherwise tney uI'e8 lo morn ior m new nouse, a ton fTIHE subscriber tenders bis hearty thank 19 the citizens of Memphis and vicim Miss. 2. Gilliam, John T., Dcsolo eo., 3,. Ware, Wtlliam .. Pontotoc do. 4; Hairnet, Finley, Desoto do. " 5. Alston, John D., do. 6. Nash, M. G., Canton, Madison co. 7.' Morion, C. S.r Columbus, Lowndes I jjowcn jjuj,j, Ant infv 1 . may not get (hem. Arnold Nancy T Alston J D Alexander. W W Archer W II . Bow lei D 2 county 8. Harris, S. II., do. 9, Botcen; William B., Oxford, Lafayette CO. ' 10.'. Butler, W. R.; do. do.- It, Mackic, J. M., do. do. ' r ; 12. Kilpatrick, E. P., Marshall co, 13. Furyepr, T, s., do. . 14. Ellis, .Thomas F., at tho University h..,Gnffm, W. P., Oxford, Lafayette co, jjean j0hn 10. ill amis, Hugh, Leaksvuie.urccneco. jjarnes Jno T 3 I . truuspie, jj., wanaiBK, ivemper co 19. M Karen, Holly Springs. 19. Pegues, William C, do. 20. Pegues, Marlborough, do. 21 Welsh, Jos- Wahalak, Kemper co, 22. Conkey,, Jos. J., Oxford,' Lafayette I Burch David f- ' , , ' Caruther Eliza F 23. Jcme.s. 7v ?.. no. on. I--. t... s'i. .uoiiiicy, joitn iuuuinn, x;iiiji:r fjfawjbrd David eo- . . Carut iers Eliza - 2o. Rogers, I nomas J., uxiom. Cunninnham Win iamircf, r. vH 11 11111 i,iuuou ww I Canoeli K r Brown Joshua T Barker Eldridgo arnes J I Bennett Mrs Bennett 'J C Burnett Willis 3 Bennett W O Brewer D B Dr Barker E Beaver VYm Bond Thnmai Beaver Elizabeth Barr Silas BeazleyJ II 27. Oicens, William, do. do 28. Phirrps, J. M., Oxford 29. Phips, II. L., do. 30. Slteegog; John, do. 81. Philips, W. 11., do. 32. Jorfyn, W. T., Canton, Madison co, Canaday Benj Camp B II L Cullwell A T Callina J W Callrell ll W Coffin W P 33. Rayburn, L. M, OaklunJ, Yalobusha m jj Yalotiufha co. , Fon GovuRNon : ' piJ. JOZXTI A. QUXSMAII. ibjfd to . the decision of a Democratic State Conrention. J ANNOUNCEMENTS. I For Brigadier Gtneral. A'e are authorized t announce Maj. M. B. SPINKS, (favorably known as a jtnberofjhe let MuxixHippi Kfimrnt in I late Mexican War) a a candidate fur igadier General, of the 2d Division Mm-j-ippi Militia, at the election on the 7th I May next. I , "Tor Circuit Judge. i We are authorized to announce the I r9. Ha gland, J, co. , 34. Iliblcr. R. T.. Belmont, Panola co. 35. Alston, P, G., Plcusanl Mount, do. 3(1. Smillwr, R. G., Oxfonl. 37. Bramlitt. J. M., Pontotoc. 38. BenncU. J. M Barton, Monroe co. 39. Strong, M. L Barton, Lowndes co. 40. Foiulren, William, Uxlord. 41. Taylor, B. S., do. 42. Means, J., Memphis, Tenn. 43. Coleman, A. J., Desoto co. 44. Ewine. A-. Carrollton, Carroll co. 45. Phifer, Charles W.t Water Valley, K.lds j E Carlton Alex Cannon Ervin C Cane ltev W W ColTee Harris Dyer J S 3 Dowlcn Step J Duke B B Dawtaon Y Dunlap Jos Davis UP." Ellitt W C Eaton W Burton, A. S., Holly Springs. Hurt, H. Hammet, Oxford. Halhert, J. L., Aberdeen, Monroe co Smiley, J. J, UeiJ's Store, Copiah co. Menders, J. P., Oxford. Montgomery, C. R-, Siarkville, Miss. "on. IN. 3. riuur., ol lippah county, a candidate for Judge of the Seveuih mliciul District, at the next November Jectiou. iJ. N. M'CAM PliELL, of MaWhall unty, is a candidate lor Jodpe of tho eventh Judicial Lhstricl, at the INuveiuber Section. i 40. Lester, S. P , Belmont, Panola co 47. 4H. 41). f.0. 51. 02. M. Etans, F- II., Aberdeen, Monroe co. 54. Cottrtll, 11. M., Iludsonville, Mar shall co. 55. Scales, J. W., do. do. M. Roach, J., Preston, Yalobusha co 57. Hudxon, J. L, Lnmr, do. 5S. Robson, W. J., Charleston, I alia- biitcliip count j. . Pontotoc Furr Daniel LVursdh JvM Furguson J 11 f rosiier Mc Hinton James Hayes John Iludgin's Jesse Harris Jonah Harhall CP Henirick Obd Dr I Jones Thomas Johnson David Jordan Thomas " Jordan Virginia S Jones Virginia , Kyser W M Kennedy A "O lowers C A Luckett Mrs !awrence Dr J T Luckett J W " Leak Sam Lee II M Lovclady John Lfwrcnce II . Linzy Hampton McDonald S A Miss , Mitchnel Anderson M-cJUitllonJIugh Morris J 2 Morris J W Money James McKie James McKay James Melston Silas E Airs Mass Lucy A E McCartney Harriet - McLwine John Matthews SI McKav J D Mayes Geo T . . Mills Wm D Nelona S II, . t Nichols Jtrfeph Oliver D M Oncal Isidiib , 'f Ozment John Penington John B2 Piewitt Thomas Parish C Kev Perry flurrel Purncll T M Perkins A Philips J S Philips John Parker Jas F Kay James 4 tinuance'of the confidence and patronage ot tho public jr&UU. II. ULAKK. Watches ! Watches ! ! "E10R years the strife j has been not who IcouIJ make tho best r ir,.sTrxki watch, but who cOulufs f U make the cheapest, oi i rather ihe lowest priced v.. article, which is not al ways the cheapest, and consequently the great falling off in the quality of watches. We import our watchej direct from Eng land, France, and Germany, and have been 12 months in preparing oUr present I stock. Our aim has been to have a splend id assortment of Fine Watches as fine Its Europe can produce. Thi), in addition to a lull assortment of the low and medium qualities, we arc now prepared to show I the public, all of which will be o'd at a small advance n the importing cost. F, II. CLARK & Co , Januaiy 13. ' No. 37 I ront Row. ILahck Additions, end more extensive than. ever; " - tiilvcri(y of irihsiasippi. flTIIIIS ' ins'iitulit o was duly opened oo Monday the Cth of Novemte, and is now in full operation; 74 students ate already in attendance. 't - , . The coursQ of studie ar arranged for a foar years' cuiriculum.' The tequisites for admission int the Freshman 'class', are a competent knowledge of English Gram mar, Composition, Arithmetic. Geography the Latin and Greek Grammars, six looks of fhe iEneid, of Virgil and the Greek Rea. der, and some acquaintance with Lntia The expenses ibr the ten months THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI LArAyETTB CocsTt. J, J. Meek, Guardian of Rob't Walker, .. " . .. ts. .:. C. Bl. Phipps, Adm'r of David Walker, deceased, & guardian for Stephen Walker, Majga ret Walker, and Mary Walker, Lucy Keel and her husband E. Keel, and ' Elizabeth Walker. Prohai Court, April Term ' 1S1X , Proodv. rhe expenses Jbr the ten months wr anoearinir to the aaiifiction ,Jt it, are 837 for College dues, and 99 a month H Court that Lucy Keel and her husband for board. The College dus are wholly . Keel, respondents in the above stated p-iid in adv ince.and the board ii paid quar- cause, are non residents of this State: It terly in advance. is therefore ordered by the Court, that the , Washing, fuel, and lights, are at the ex- iaid Luc v and her ruishnmf. thi p'ense of the students ; who will provide bis j appearance, at the next regular term of ' own furniture al. This, if desired, can tmg Court, to wit: - " - - ' l a li.nnr.t Cam livnrit nf A I fair rate. . - JAMES M. HOWRY, Pioctor Mits. Univ'y. Oxfird, Feb. 3. 1819. ' Fit5patrick Martin 2 Redwine S B Fleming Ceo Rixla Ephraim (Mxlwin M A Govneaux Lt.Cbs Gilmer Win Govnn E P Goodman G J Gultiet Mrs M Marten Mrs N Herndon J W Harding t. G dapper Thorns Skcen James Kin" 3 Sioue Evuns 3 Shaw A Stones Dudley C Sincler Robt Sims W B Smyiison S N Handcrs Thus - . Turrcll '1 homas M Turnin A CO Quarles, 'J. J , Montiwe. 01. Farrar, T. G., Jnckson, Mihs. 02. Kirlrpatrick, J, U.t Clon, Mad Rice's X raad, Pa Clerk of Chancery Court. ' EDMUND A. COfci; Marshall coun f, ia a candidate for (Jlerk of the Chsn ary Court of this District, at the next ovember" Election. We are authorized to announce Cnpt. IN DREW J. EDMONSON, of Pontotoc 'unty,as a candidate forClcik of the Vice Jiancerj Court for Ihe Holly Springs Die rict. . co. 03. Oliver, D. M. , nola co. ' " 04. MGovan, R., Waterford, Marshal co, 05. Earle, B., Aberdeen. Monroe co. GtJ. M'Rcr, Silas, Tchula, Holmes co'. 07. M'Bee, Jonhua, do. do. OS. Johnson, William Monroe co. 09. Burnitt, W., Barton, Lowndes o. 70. May ion, J. Jackson, Miss. 7L Andrews, R. C, Vernon, Madison co. 72. Wyatt, T. S, Tchula, Holmes co. 73. Herring, John B., Pontotoc. 74. M'Clure, Moses N., Coosa co., Ala ' bama. Hard in if C L Mies Turner Wm HaderniannCJ Prof Telford W A Hortnn iSarnh Mrs Wheeler Drumon son 1 1.,,;, s ii iv. t m k ii tm ii j m-s llornon Maiy . Waldrip Wm HiL'ginboluatn John Yancy Dr A II Hudson L Miia Van Wiuklo D L Higgs John Vans Wm G WM. DELAY. P. M. April 9th, 1849. ' IIaviNo received our semi-annual sup ply, we commence the New. Year with an as ortmont that is not surpassed if equal led in tho United Slate.". We have "Twelve Thousand Dol'ars" in the arliclo of Watches alone, and can therefore supply our frjend and the public with any style, and at almrst any price. We have ; ..... i G..IJ Ptont Levers frm S3.r.toS250; Silver do. do. - . 1M ;,5; with a general assortment of Lepine and Verticnl Watches. The other branches of our stock will he found as extensive and complete as our Watches such as CHxi?., SrAi.s, Keys, (Jewelry in all its variety,) including many valuable Diamonds and some full setts, Spectacles, Silver-wake, Cow Fixe, SlLVEIl-PLATED GonDS, CLOCKS, LaMI'S & Girandoles, Cutlerv, Guns, Pistols, including thegenuine Diruingeh'i", Caxls, Tsa Tbavs, with a geqcral assortment of j Fancy Goods, in winch will lie found many choice ait clci tor the Ladies. NOTICE. We aim to furnish those who deal in Memphis, , with n home mar ket and a home guarantee fir Goods in our line, and invite tho public to call anJ examine for themselves. Our Stork is In id in with ChhI. ; our European Goods we import ourselves; nve get our Domes tic Articles direct from .lie ninkers, and being sntisfied with a small profit, we ofTcr great inducements to our friends and the public. We ere also prepared to do nil kiii(!s of work in our l ne, in the best ninnnrr and with dispatch, our motto is, TRY IS.' . F. U. CI.ARK &. Co. 37 Fnnt Row, Memphis, Tcnn (F. H. Clark, !A. C. WuninACH, J. S. WlLKI.NS. N. D. The trade supplied on liberal terms; and all orders Iroin iho country will receive especial attention. Memphis, Tcnn., January 13:h, 1910. Cotton Plantation FOR SALE. OFFER for sale, Section 13 and 11, in Township U Ranee 7 West, 1280 acres, situated 5 miles South East of the town of Panola; over 500 acres cleared and in a fii.e state of cultivation, divided by cross fences into from CO to 90 acre fields. Some two to threo hundred are woods enclosed for lo's, with good water all under agoodfeocc, and more than 20, gates well arranged, good gtn house aud cotton press; a comfortable double log bouse, a story and a half high, good negro qaarters with good plank H jois, good sta bles, cribs &c. This place has proved to be one of the healthiest and moat productive plJTualions in the country. will sell it Cor $7,000. holfcash, ballance in 12 months, borne 10 to 20 first rate mules from 2 te 4 years old, would be taken in pait payment at a fair cash price, or Negroes would be taken in part or whole, at such prices as may be agreed on. (rThe overseer on the premises will show the place to such as wit-h to exam ine it. JAMES BROWN. Cleir Creek, Lafayette county, Miss September 13, 143. On the third Monday in May next. ,'v WITNESS, the Honorable-. J. P. Stociasd, JuAgt of said j ' : '. Court, the 3d Monday in A pril, A. D. 1849, and the Seal' " thereof annexed. 1-4 w .. ASA NIX, Clerk. ' OXFOKI) FE3I ALE ACADEMY. rgllle next session of this school will rounnence on the I'.Hh day of Febru ary next, under tnt supervision ol air. OXFORD MALE 'fTlIIIS Institution re-opencd on the 15rl, day of Janunrr, under charge of J. W. RISEN Ai A. H. CON KEY, both t-f whom are well qualified and experienced leach j Jr District Attorney. JOHN W. CAMPUELL, of; Desoto ounty, is a candidate for District At lrney of the Seventh Judicial District. 1 the November Election. I . For Clerk of the Circuit Court. JAMES O. HENDRICKS is a candi it for. Cleck of the Circuit Court, tt the ovember Llection. f Captain W. DELAY Is a candidate for ircuit Clerk of Lafavetle county. ' - ! For rrobatt Clerk. We are authorized to announce W. G VL'GIIAN as a candidate for Probate 'ferk of LafaycKe county, at- the nex ovember Llection. Since nublit-hinff tho List of the Students A. I.. I.KWI3. Prinrinal. n nll nH era. I he C asses and the different I ranch io had niatriculttted in the University of experienced teacher, who will be sided bv " "fan E-'K1' education will U taught, Administrator's Notice. TXHE undersirned having obtained Let tetiuof Adcninistratioa qp he lUtate f Jehu Smart, deceased, at Ihe December 'ertn, IRIS, f the Trobate Court of Lafay '( county. Misfwsippi, hereby, gives no. " to all persons having claims against J Ksttie, io present them duly prc-baiol, - tbe statute of limitation will bo plctdm r of their recoverr. And all penwa bted to said Ejiala are required Ij r-u-n -j.Tiec.ate payment, or sum will be ict !cd sgaifiit tbem. 1 JAME3 8. rCTTY fday 3. - ' 3-v JEW &. RARE FLOWER SEID3. The tui.'cribr has just rtceid from irope splens.J .cni.eciKHi t wer cds, anJ fsr ibe rcorr,"ro:!i!irt of per. Tewdg at a h put thr-rn ia tsort:pcntt tf 1'-' tarwy'S each f: UbfUeJ, 1 - ec!ced in so relcpe, f.r f. - by r;t at uns't let r pot.tje. Fwe -Jl; f r 3; .'! aeot by rfuli'.r ? u r-""; ik. ' Cl!r,:ji,.-,ri.,!J;jl1t. Apnl l?;h, 151?. wb Mississippi on Saturday last, the 10th of March, the following young gentlemen have joined that institution : 75. Leak, W. J , Tippah co. 7(3. Young, Beverley I)., Waverley, Lown ' des co. ' 77. Young, Thomas E., do. 7S. 1 'oiinz, James II., do. 70. Watkins, John, do. bO. Robson, Robert, Charleston, Talla hatchie co. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned having obtained Letters of Administration on the estate of Jesse Tiner,dtc'd,at the April Term, 1919,of the Probate Court, for Lafajette county, Mississippi, hereby tives notice to all per sons having claims against said Etate to competent assistants, all of u bom, are well qualified to discharge their respective du ties. We can aafcly recommend them to the confidence and patrcnago of the public. The fourse of study will bo tbnt usually pursued in tbe best Academies. Tho class es are divided into primary and academi cal departments, the latter Into three di. visions. '" ' ' ' PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. and young gentlemen wtll prepared for entering the University. Doad csn be had in private Families at 19 per mouth. Ttnni ptr Kmioit of Fire Jloclht. 4st ChssSpelling, Reading, Writing, Elementary Cen)rathy &, Arithmetic 10 2nd Class English Grammar, Geogra phy, and Arithmetic, : : $12 03 1 3d Class -'('he Higher branches Wool Carding Machine. nnilE 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 is now in opera tion at his Saw Jlill, 10 miles east of Ox ford, Lafayette county, on the road leading from Hyatt to Pontotoc. . Those having Wool to card would do well to send it in, as he confidently assures all, (hat, by strict attention himself, and securing the services of an experienced person, they shall receive nothing but good rolls in return. I Pool jbhould he cleared from all hard substances previous to carding, and one pound of luVd allowed to fn pounds o wool. L. J . WYJNN. P S. JPool mils for sail M 40 cts per pound. I. 1. W. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned Administrator of the es tale of Zechariab Fuller, deceased, has presented a fun account of his adminis tration on suij estate, to the Probate Court of LufuyeMo county, Mississippi, and will, at the next May term thereof, apply lor its audition and allowance.' C J. FULLER, Administrator, dc , March 25th, 1840. 4S Dissolution. ; rfflHEfirm af Neilsoo As Wendel, wss this day dissolved by UmiUtion, Wat therefore necessary that the business should ', be closed At the earliat possible time. All indebted by note or account, are ear neatly requested to come end settle with- ' out delay, as indulgence' will not longer' be given. Those having claims against the ; firm or either of the 'partners, will please ' present them. ' -Either of the firm are aathoriwd to make settlements. . - . W.S. NEILSOiW : W. II. D. WEN DEL. December 30, 1843. 3m. New Partnership. FinilE undersigned have purchased the t eutire stock of Goods of Neilson &t. ' Wendel, and are determined to keen the same large and varied stocks, formerly ' kept by them. We respectfully reoueU an examination of our Good and prices by the friends of the old firm, and all others desiring to purchase, and guarantee thit both snail please. We will offer erest in- ducements to cash buyers, and to punctual - men, on tne usual credit. We shall receive by next Steam" Boat a large lt of Groceries which ill be sold at the lowest possible price. ' WENDEL Ac SIIEGOG. in 1, l649.-37-tf- , Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, cLemi.try, , : : : 15 IK) 4th Class The Higher bra-whet of Mathematics and Classics, Latn, Greek and French, i : : t 123 00 J. E. TALtAFKRSQ, ( C' G. PuTLM and Geography ACADEMICAL DEPARTMENT. . First Class. History of the Uni-ed States, Arithmetic, English Gramroir, with daily exercises in reading and wr ting.,. Secowd "Classy Natural Philosophy. Ancient and Modern History, Rhetoric, (ej c o 1 A. Meabe, J Ii.KosruTso W. H. Pmithkil. ($) C M.Pnrrrs, W. II. D. WLNNDEL, See'f Jan. 10, 1 840.-4'.-tf.- present them dulv proUted, withia the u-7, T 7'U ' iime prescribed by' law; or the. statute in on rn.ud. Pbys.olog,, such case made and provided, will be plea. ded in bar of their recovery. And all per sons indebted to said Estate, are required io mike immediate r!Tment.or suits will be instituted against them. - - - c. m. pinrrs. i April 2th 134'J. ... I-Cw. Jna Stats cf Mroiirri, LlFAIlTTR Ct rTV. ) To all persons intertttti in the ettate tj Aorohfn hn gKt, dec d. . . To Dira lloiio-tell, and Juho R. Ho!!owe!l. T-TOU aie hcr ly cited to fe and appear . before the Probate Court of LsJayc tie county, , Oi the third Mmioy in July nczt, hf n and there to show caue, if say they cisn, hy the fintl account of Drery Rolwrtson, A,:ninii.ratoi of the estate f ISl4 d.TPi'r- ha!t not hm !'n,tl-,n 1 suCw inch !!,r;as shall be considered or wk prirH f mL.ee at IS ptr moti'Ja. and nrJcftJ. t t. fWt f.'.!. ."n i!.. 'Hn; and ran.:stttr tharre. tint premises. WITNL Vi J. J'. S r- i . i " 1 ' m r,( . ' r -rwm-r snd Ctiemistry, Thid Class. -A sf rone mr, Natural Philosophy, Problems on the Globes, Mcr ad and Mental Philosophy, Rhetoric, Boto- ny. Chem stry, L m and French langua ges, end Mathematics. , To those dedinng it, will bs taught Orna mental Needlework, and Music on Pino, and strict sttrntion given In se'ect reading, compos, non and dainitioo tarougtt the whole coarse, " Tms rra sni's.1 tf itte isnrs, PiimajT DcpartmenL- , Academical Deperttnenl. first Cias, Second ths, Third da's, " Mu-ic n rimi, le of ln!ru .ncnt fr Practitirg, O. nsmen'U er Jla Work. Ir,ciiientJ expe nes, $10 CO 12 W 15 00 20 W 25 00 5 00 10 CO 0 Administrator's JYoficc, HTIIE tindersigned having obtained Let ters of Administration on the estate of Samuel P. Calvert, dee'd, at ihe April Term, IS 19, of. the ProUte Court for Lafayette county, Mississippi Notice is hereby given t) s.l pcrsous having claims sgainst ssid ctat to present thtm duly probated, or the Statute of Limitations will 1 p'eaJcJ in tar of their recovery; and all persons indebted to sid estate alo requcnted to make immediate pay ment, or suila will be intitn'ed afiast them, J. F. CUSIIMAN. April 23th, ISP. , 52-6w Jailor's Notice. l1: 7A! VV j rfxnrritlfd to the JsJ of T - ... -. i . " ;Te;;o cnuniT, oiitsM ini f Jsr.oary lMf, a e rran, ," vt that he le!orrs to Jaxls THE WELKEY CRESCENT. rcsLisHcn Ercry-Salnrdij Ercninf, At o. O j St, Charles street Neto Orleans BY, HATES, M'CLr EE It C The publishers of ihe Dailr Crescent have just issued a Weekly Paper of the of 'largest size, pnnlea in ocautilul atyle, for circulation in the country. Ihe Weekly Crcrent will cfntain the News of ihe Day. Origicmat Articles upon all sul jotts of gen eral interest and more particularly upon those in which the penile ofj.be ooulh and West are more immediately concern a Cr gioDal and Selected Sketches. Tales. Anecdotes, etc., and a Price, Current cerefulljr corrected up to the hour of i publication. It will be a pper useful to all c!ats, and csj'Cciilly edanjed to mer chants, mechanics, posters and families In its political thara' U r it Is in the largest seme of ihe word, iniejeidei)t, taking no pait in mere patty atrujlea, but aiming to inform and instruct the pectn'e utr a all the greal quts:ivis whcharisa iticticf the internal wcuare or Toreige relations tl ths country. The paper will be furnished to Sing'e 5alcribcr atThree Dolhra per year; to Clubs of Four ormre, directed to the ssme rofUocc, at Two Dollars and F.f;y Cents a jer. Postmasters and others who may arts Agrnt, and send orv!cr ptkJ, for lea copi, ill receive one cvy in ad dition for thur crm;nsv.io. Fatasls 15 ALL CASKS IS ADVASCB. " b'irtle pprS orpcksge, in wrappers, c n bo had at the ofHce of pulhcAtton. . , , rniHK underairrned havinir onpned ti . T " - . ' T I"11 a house in Oxford, on Main r street, south of the court-house, for tho accommodation of Travellers, Day-Board-era, and for Families, respectfully solicits a share f public patronage. He pledges' his utmost exertions to render comfortable all who may favor him with their custom. BILL Or CHARGES. Man and horse, nil night, per day, Board, per month, with Lodging, from April to October, per month, Do. do., from October to April, per month, Board by tho Year, with quarter ly settlement, Single meal, W. II March 30lh. 1S10. $1 20 1 ftO 8 00 10 00 12 00 120 00 00 25 toLKINS. . 49tf WAGON & CARRIAGE, MAKING. . npiIE undersigned having entered into copartnership in the above business. have just received a fine stock of materials . for finishing of Carriages, Iluggdrs, &c., - in the most apprortd smd complete stylt. From their loog expedience at the busi ness, and close attention to the same, they confidently hope to merit a liberal share of the public patronage. Shop, the one formerly occupied by L. F. Mob bow. L. F. MORROW, WM. M." STRONG". March 12th, .513. 47 Hoarding caa be hid at tbi Aeti'Tf j, K. Peti. trJ tin sway from his lino Ya'.-b,,'jH"4 ro;iatT. FaiJ neero is a boot 1 , t i V m r r .r f in it t-a in I f Hmn'sy 'e I be rc urci to be pail iM siraice. r, J of pi. , IV r-isT 5Rrrro Jiroa TiofKi Cwrt.i? 3f j i --i : v 11 Apt , j J, . Hobv. Jastes ?tckas, A.D. 151?, tri leal UstiJjC, K. I'lirwrs, Zaiia Coitt, C".M annexed. j J. A - IIais. . Trusts. ASA M lfl. I J.Biary 13, IS lony-r.r )tars oii, at?nt fie lt trn ierh--s b,;h fl!s I s tirzt GILD IIT. Th beris requfi.ci to cot ft r proe be . reus. t is property am pay ..:':, c t 4 1 wra ti iri iiv c(,tr ESTRAY S. 1AKCN UP by Green-ry Ile.lems, THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, Lafatxttb Cocntit. W-luax'P. Fixorso,"! AUaclmani ts. ! id the Circuit Jon II. Wats?, & f Court rf Lafay Jaao E. Ktsar. J rile county, Miss.' WILLIAM P. FERGUSON haing aued out an attachment ariintl the estate of John II. Watson and Jerard IV Kirby, for the sum of 100, hicat ia now pending in the Circuit Court of Le. fayttte county, Misisippi, to be held oa the first Monday after the fourth Monday of April, IS13, at the court house ia the low a ol Oxford Notice is hereby given that, unless the said John IL Welsoa and Jerard E. Kir by shall appear and pined by the April term of the said Court afore, said, judgment will be entered, and the estate so attached i'.l be sold to silia! said dslts and alt costs. ' This 31st day of March, IS 13. D. P.OCLRTt'ON, Cerk. "P 1 N AL SnTTXi:i!ENT. Notice at herefcy given that the vaJrn e f Administrator of the estate of Jor h Dt.ke. dee'd, has fled bis petition ia t s JPrtLtte Court of ' fTttte court v, ?! i- living aoout tweare smiee ao.-eeai B-.iniMrmtioo, snd ll, at the Ursa of ti Uit-rtJ, t.er rr.ee a ro..i, ora oay rw. cf ,0 t rc j or Lrsrsa tiiI 'e app'Hi&d fr f Zj CO. ,', en ) r"a rire, 'o 1 1 4 ,t r ti rt o J, rta fr.fif or brc ll p- -- -a: rra-M-J w ? i . I . L V. i Vi OOL Vr..1TO N-. Oa tie Jl-d Monday in pvM an Ae-"c-uM of be iilaxlr'i: - f -r ahoaac i S cfsfr?nt r I ej. p for a fi I tirar.r? si.l accwn. j a y, i j t.:v:.oJ. AAr. . a McKcn. J.:r, 1515. ll-.f. f l-3 Pih jiry 21, Mirch 13.!, 113. . :-. 1!;X