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. 5 1 . f. ; 1 ' . ' . ' I' V' f r I ' 1 i r! 1 f t 4 Postage oh Newspapers. The fol- ( lowing instructions on tho subje ct ofi newspaper postage bare been issued! by the Postmaster General: j Notice to the Public, and Instructions to Postmastet , relative to the Rating D. IIANSBIiOUGH& CO. . GENERAL AGENTS AND Ccnxr.itxsfc:: fllcrcfiauts ' ' No. 38 New Livkh, NEW ORLEANS, LA of Letters, the R turn of Dead Let-, Forwardins; promptly attended to. tcrs; Transient Newspapers, and the ; ' " " Postmarking of Letters conveyed by IHIU.1, BASU.l CARUTIIZIIS, the British and the United States In- COmmCfiflCOK TUerClt,TUf0. Hereafter when letter exceeds an j- ; NEW ORLEANS, ounce in weight but does not exceed ' , , ounce, u'UI b. rated wUh S-01 ; charges of single postage; when it . ' ...... ( avaaaHo tuffn nnnitn Kilt nna nnf PV. ; ceed three, it will be rated with six charges of single postage; and so on, there being a single postage for the first half ounnce, a dQublecharge for the first ounce, and two additional charges for each succeeding ounce, or fraction of an ounce, beyond the hrst ounce. This is ordered in v'utue of the pro vipns of an act of Congress, ap proved March 3, 1849. And, in pursuance of the'same act, it is required that letters which are refused at the office of delivery, by the narties addressed, and letters which for any other cause, cannot be j ' delivered to the parties, shall beim! mediately returned to the Dead Let- CIMI7I AN ter Office in Washington, under bon dress to tho Third Assistant Postmaster-Genera), without waiting the time for advertising as heretofore required in relation to this class ol dead let lers. mcy in s n vy Court ,t olv Sprines. A marked w.th red ink on mo iacf,n!U(eJt0 the-ir care wiM ieceive t . .L.,IMIt lliAtf n'DPA rotimpf i oniHiijr Buuwiiio utjr ""v , ' attention. or the cause that prevents their deM in this association the practice in the livery; also, stamped with tho stamp irobate Court in Lafayette ceunty will be of oflice, and, with a view to me prop- excepted, in hich ptactice air. Cushman It. S. DILIi, Commission Merchant. ' ' ' AND j AGENT FOR, THE GEORGIA COT TON AND WOOL FACTORIES, NO Ci) CAMP STREET, NSW ORLEANS. HEFUKEACE--'. Rev. E. A. -Mender?, ") Maj. Jesse Lowe, Hon. J. Thompson, Bent. T. Dill. October 30th, 1847. Lafayette Co. ML BT. AUTHORITY.. - . ft EiEctTivE Chaxcb, 9 Jackson. Mi.. March 25th. 1848. In obedience to an act of the Legiahu ture of the State of Mississippi, approved March 3rd. A. D-'184S: I. Joseru W. Matthews," Governor, &c, do hereby publish and make known the following ''act to take the sense of the people of the State of Mississippi,. on the propriety of calling a convention to amend tue consti tution of the State." JOSEPH W.MATTHEWS. or other proper officer, under such rules and regulations as said convention shall prescribe; and the proper officer so con ducting the election fur the adoption of said proposed constitution, shall make a fair and full return of the votes polled for and against such proposed constitution, to the Secretary ot State, as -is not required by law 1a relation to the election of the Governor. Sec. 7. Be it Jurther enacted, That the ' 'J ; f THE MUTUAL ' ; LIFE INSUR ANCE COMPANY, Of THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. THIS Company, incorporated bf an set of the Legislature at its last session,, has been organized under, said set, and is now ready to efTct insurances on lives, tfpon like terms with Jhe'sa adopted by tna best and soundest -Northern companies in insunn sr Northern persons. v hen wortn 0 - - Secretary of State shall, on the' first Mon- j em companies insure the lives of Southern J. F.CVSHHAX. JOHN P. STOCXABO. &. STOCKAKD, A 1 TORNE YS AT LA IT Oxford, Miss., Will attend the Circuit Courts in this and theneighboriuff couuties.the U. S. Dis must in every case cai -".,,. ... , !...,,.' prompt er adjustment of accounts, be placed under post-bill to the Dead Letter of fice. Transient newspaper (that is, pa pers not sent from the cilice of pubn cation) will hereafter bo subject, in virtue of the net aforesaid, to the gen eral publication 'postage rate only; will be alont. July 15, 1849-lCtf. iTlcdical Copartnership. DRS. CO.NKEY & TnOXFSO.1 UfAVING associated themselves in their ""nrofession. resnectfullv tender their i f .? services to the public; and from the exper tha: is, one cent for any distance induce of the former of more than twenty tb Stat . and one and a half cents for rears nractice: and that of tho latter, in any distance exceeding ono hundred practical Surgery while in the Army of miles, where Iho newspaper is 6ent from one State to another. But pos tage on such newspapers is in all cm ICS to be prepaid, ns heretofore. j In respect to the British mails, where the officiakinostaire entries on tho let ters received are in ted in"k, the Iet-4 ter is to be considered as paid, and is to be delivered accordingly; when in black ink, as unpaid, and the postage is to 4)6 collected. Postage in such cases is either wholly paid or wholly nnnaiJ. I he posing figures on such letters show, on tho paid letters, the amount to bo credited to the United States; on the unpaid letters, the amount charged tp tho United States. The postage to bo collected from unpaid British letters is in all cases to be, whatever may be their credit or debit figures, twenty-four cents when single, with an additional twenty-four cents for each additional rate, and.after the first ounce eaj letter exceeding that weight is to bo charged forty-eight rpnti for each additional ounce or fraction of an ounce. J. COLLAMER, P. M. General. P. O. Department, March 15, 1S19 OcciiDation in Alexico, hope to merit continuance of the confidence and patron a of the community. The services ol both can ho had without extra charge. ICJ-Oflice tho west side side of the pub lie sqnare. OxroBD. Miss.. Jan. 10, 18i9.-39-Cm. , T. M08ELET. J. C. THOMTfON. HOSE IE I & THOMSON, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, HERNANDO, MISS., WILL praciica in the Circuit Court of De Soto and the adjoining counties, District Chancery Court at Hernindo and Holly Sprinc, and United States Court at Pontotor. November 19 tb. 1818.-3 Uif; T HE STATU OF MISSISSIPPI, ) LAFAYETTE COUNTY. $ To all persons interested in the lands, tenements ana ncrcau oments of S. King deceased. YOU are hereby cited to be and ap pear before the Probate Court of La fayette County, at the Court House thereof - . ... . - . T l . on tne tuua jvionaay hi reoruary nei, then and there to answer the petition of Samuel T.King, admioutrator ofthe Es tate of said decedent for sale of raid lands tenements and hereditaments, described in said petition, as hin?, situate ard being in the comity of "l 'allobuiha, and State aforesaid, and known as lot number (31,) thirty-one, in the town of urenad.i, and partcf the Ltha!f tf the North East quarter cf Section eichteen (19.) township (W2.) twenty-two, of Kange (5.) five East, containing 4 20-100 acres, and to, show cauf,if any they can, why tha said lands, tenements and hereditaments should not be told, and farther, to da and udcr such things, as shall be considered and ordered in tht prcmLe. by th Court aforwaid. ,, Witness the Hon. JOHN. P. BTOCKARD, Jndge of said 5 'v. - Court thisSd Monday of Decemer, 1S49, and the tea! thereof annexed, luued December 20th, ISIS. ASA NIX, Oerk. Dee. 23, 1S43. na 35 Ct. A. i,fcWS, r ASHZONAX2LZ3 TAiron, hating located I If OXFORD, MISS., would reipeeirullf tolieit A Sbara of tho Fnblia Patroaas;, And hopes trom his skill and cloxe atteoiioa to DUMness io merit u same. G JE5"5A on the corner, formerly ee enpied by Dr. ConJcey. Oxford, Mita., JUtrcb 3d, 1949. MERCHANT THE subscriber has just received a new and aplendid assortment of Cloths and Caiimfn, of every rariety r f color, Pocket Danktrthitfi, irarats, superior ariiclei". and CCDt'l. black and white Kid Silk and Duck. ClOTtJ, very fine. Also, an excellent article of Silk, Marino and Cot ton Under-shirts; for sale at his old stand Call and examine no trouble to show roods, JO. ABLE. 8ept,23, lS49.-2C-lf. AND SELLING OUT FOR CASH. J WAVING determined to quit taines in Oxford, 1 riU sell out my Mark of Coeds t very low prices fr CaiS. The rock i hand is very dearab.'e, corpri sir? a larf assortn.eot e4 Ct., fhoes1 ci heavy d imeisic jrirs, purchased and n8ufctured to ordr, tJutin ths ps s rsTirr. In order to ct,e cp tbt concern wl'Jj patch, m pnods will be sold on .her a yearly er temporary credit. Cn,''rers ewinj the houso wi'.l eH.ff' s:jts favx by raDrf and arrtapuj aa iosffii'.t an4 Coal stt!erot, as its co Cras tiist c'.. - roSTtt FEEELAND- N. B. Vry ci targt.fts PJ fc jiwa w a bi 1 rnrpruirf a list of Cmd f rm t $ta. r. r, Oi fLDtcSO, 1C41. . TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS PLANTERS, chAeles c oahe, 26 MisiirtE Street, NEW ORLEANS. IMPORTER and Dealer' in all kinds of Foreign and Domestic HARD WARE AND CUTLERY, is now receiving from tha ' European and American Manufactories a lara and Extensive assortment in the Hardware line, which he offers at as low prices as can be purchased in any part ofthe United Etaica Cootry Merchants are requested to call sod examine my stock, as I shall be prepared to sell low. being tal'ifiei with small procta, and quick sW; the facility with which Country-Merchants can ottain supp'iesfrom New Orleans makes it easier and cheaper, not beipgcompd to araitfoc their good; thertby saving the loss, of ioeret, on heavy s'ocksof gjocs; my stfca u a. i selec ted from tha xnannfactnnea of tn la'."l t;!e, rniLincr my stock on hood of t..e iarrit in U L one cuiea. TAKEN UP by David Cng Ufir S ni'es from Oxford, en L "T the VoCmiU't road, one bright 1 S i by mart Mule, abt 14 band st B'cfc, II jeara eld Iat may. No r trs or trsads per6vabi appraised , l SU,tHJ. A. WOI.Vr.RTON, Jta. 9 ii3.-49, Tr4 AN ACT to take the sense of the people ofthe State of Mississippi on the propri ety of calling a convention to amend the Constitution ol the State. Skc. I. Beit enacted by the Legislature of the State of Misfistippi, That on the 1st Monday and day following in Nov., 1849, the sherilfs or other proper officers for conducting elections in this t-tate, shall hold, at the several precincts of their re. spective counties and cities, polls for the purpose of acertaining the sovereign will of the people of this state, bs to toe propriety of holding a convention of delegates, who shall lie authorized to amend, or re-model, the constitution of this state, which con stitution, or amended constitution, shall be submitted to a direct vote of the sovereign people of this slate, for ratification or re- ection. Sec. 2. Re it further enacted, That the Governor shall, upon the passage of this act, cause the same to be immediately ad. vertised in so many newspapers as he shall deem sufficient, not less than three; and that he furthei direct the proper officers to hold polls, for the purpose herein set forth. Sec. 3. Be it furiwr enacted. That the sheriff, or other proper t fficer, shall," at the time hereinbefore specuted, open and hold polls tor the purpose of ascertaining the sovereign will upon the call of a convention which said election shall be conducted up- . L . - , .1 uii me same principles, nnu unuer me 6ame pains and penalties, as are now pre scribed in conducting elections for the election of Governor, and the result of the vote fJr each county, town or city, shall be forwarded to the Secretary of State as is now required in the election of Gov. ernor. Sec. 4. Re it further enacted. That the Auditor of Public Accounts.- tho Ktata Treasurer, and the Secretary of State shall in the presence of the" Governor, on the first Monday of January, 18."0, open and count all the votes tbus polled and lorwar- uVd: and if it shall appear that a majority of all the. votes so polled for members of tne legislature, and forwarded, shall be in favor of a convention, tho Governor shall thereupon issue writs of election by gener al proclamation, and by the usual require ments, to call upon the sheriff, and require him, or the proper officer, to hold an election on the 1st Monday and day after in March 1650, in the several counties, cities and towns, entitled to representation, to elect the samo number of delegates to the convention that the several counties, tovns or cities, may be entitled to elect repre scntatives to tho house of representatives ol tne state legislature; wbich said election shall be conducted in the same manner, and under the same pains and penalties that are now required in the election of representatives to the legislature; and the sheriffi or other officer conducting said election, shall give to the person, or per sons, as the caso may he, certificate, or certificates, of election, and lu like manner make returns to the Secretary of State; and Should any delegate so elected, lose his certificate, or fail to procure one, the Sec retary ol State shall furnrsh such certifi cate: Pror'ulcd, the returns of hi office shall show it to be just. fcec. 5. Bs tt further enacteL That the delegates so elected shall assemble at the state house, on the first Monday of April, ixm, ana snail proceed to tne duty assign ed them, by such organization as to tht m shall seem meet, and shall have power to adopt such rules and regulations for the transaction ot business as will secure to themselves order, and security from moles tation or hindrance, in any matter pertain ing to tho great objects ofthe convention; and the better to secure said convention from any molestation, they shall have power to select a sereant-at-ann. who shall be authorized to suppress all disorder by the direction of the convention; and the civil authority of this state is hereby re quired to sustain all orders, and to conform to all mandates from said convention, whilst in session, to be certified by the pre siding officer thereof, so far aa the pres enraUoa of o.der therein, and tha security ofthe members thereof, whilst attending to the business of said convention. And the members of said convention shall ba enti led to sdl the immunities & privileges tha are at this time extended to the member of the legislature, and shall likewise be en. tided to the same pay and emolument, Said convention shall have power, to em ploy a reporter, to report such proceedings as by them may be tad, and a printer who shall in all reoperta be guided by I-.n-.l Said convention shall have all the cecc na ry power to carry out the grr at 1 jecla of its organ;xtion,and pay all necessary costs at tendfng the same, nd a!! drafts for the ne- eipenses shall be signed by the day of October, 1850, make returns of all the votes that may he in his office, to the uovernor oi tue state, woo, thereupon, shall immediately submit the si.me to the Auditor of Public Accounts, the State Treasurer and Secretary ofState, and shall proceed to open and count the same; and if it shall appear tnat a majority ot the votes so taken and returned,' shall he in favor of the proposed constitution, the Governor shall issue his proclamation, requirin the Sheriffs, or other proper officer, to hold elections for members of the legislature, who shall be elected in accordance with the present apportionment, with authority to give the proposed and newly adopted constitution validity and effect: Protuled, lhat informality in the returns ofthe votes shall not vitiate such polls, If they shall iauly set forth the proceedings hao in con ductiiif' cuch election: and provided fur titer, that if any returns from any of the counties shall not be made to the Secreta ry of State, in any ofthe elections held un der the provisions of this act, within days after tho holding of such election, the Governor shall, by special messenger, call on the proper officer for a transcript of the polls, which may be by him retained which transcript, or a certified copy there ot, shall be considered valid. Sec 8. Be it jurther enacted. That at the general election held on the first Mon day and day following, in November, 184!), it shall be the duty f managers ofthe elec tion, at each precinct in every county in this state, to ask of each and citizens, theyi nvariably add one nan or one half or one per cent, to the regular rates. Our table of rates is as follows. Tha pre mium to be paid by the insurer may be paid quarterly, half-yearly, or annually, Rates of premium Jnr insuring One I fun area Dollars on a single iije, 3 i. 3 - aU S 3 V a 8 to. , .j. a - U 2a 0 It 3 . a a a 14 IS lb" 17 14 19 20 21 e-j 23 21 25 20 27 23 29 1,2 1,35 30 1,31 1,31 31 l,3i 1,43 33 1,33 1,4G 33. 1,34-1,48 34 1,35 1,50 35 1,3d 1,53 36 1,39 1,57 37 1,43 1,63 69 73 7t W 64 88 DO 93 04 97 99 1,00 1,07 1.13 1,20 7t 79 Si 6 90 94 95 97 09 1,03 1,07 1, 13 M7 1,23 1,28 1,44 1,49 1,54 1,59 1,64 l,t!9 1,75 1,81 ' I,fe7 1,93 1,93. 2,04 2,11 2,17 2,24 2,31 2,3G 2.43 2,50 2,57 2,fi4 2,75 2,81 2,90 38 1,48 39 1,57 40 l,f,9 41 1,73 43 1,H5 43 Ifi'J 41 1.90 45 1,91 40 1,93 47 1,93 1,70 1,71 1,83 1,88 1,89 1,93 1,94 1,96 1,98 1,99 48 1,94 2,03 49 1,95 2,04 50 1,96 2,09 51 1,97 2,20 63 2,03 2,37 53 2,10 2,59 54 2,18 2,b9 55 2,33 3,21 56 2,47 3,56 57 2,70 4,01 58 3,14 4,23 69 3 67 4,41 CO 4,14 4,67 3,03 3,11 3,20 3,31 . 3,40 3,51 3,63 3,73 4,01 4,17 ' 4,49 4,60 ,4.75 490 6,4 6,46 6,68 4,90 f,13 6,37 6,63 6,b3 To Illibtkate. -A man seed 35. of sound health and constitution, free fiom i aan ui racu auu tieir l,.i , e -, , , whether he is infavor of, or acainst thei u.c . y 0ltf . ol1,eml,e said 'convention, and the votes for and a- ?Z"r' can Tue.f ,s 11 e Ior ino ,um dollar and eighty-seven and o half cents quarterly, or. twenty -seven dollars fifty cents annually for thi whole life. At his IMPORTANT TO THE AFFLICTED, A MONG the many discoveries whick are adding in the blessings of the pro sent generation, the undersigned confident, ly assures the public that he has.discoy.. -ereda remedy for that dreadful kdj6ea$" called ' k ennozsnv r Hitherto deemed incurable. The Origi, s the remedy was.in.hia own case, which ofmost against hope, he succaeded in cur iag, after many trials of other remediet without success. He has been using th same remedy now for seven years, aud ft all. cases successfully wheie application was made in time. He considers it inja ' dicious, perhaps improper, to boast of his J treatment, or to make promises beyond an ' possible performance, for there aro cases so far gone 03 to be incurable; but he in vites the afflicted to consult him, and if bt shall satisfy them of his ability to mk cures, they can then try his remedy! All persons who apply fn persos or by written description of their case Vivin;,. size, location, age, general health and bab. us, logeiner wiin the remedies that har been used, may expect candid answers as to the result of their cases.' . It caunot be loo forcibly imnrMsc-l . thoFe afflicted with Cancer, to mab ..,1. application aa delay is danfferoua- ;A . - O 1 ViVM longs the cure. CANCERS OP THE TONGUH have and can be successfully treated wiih this remedy. He will be in Columbia Mississippi, until. (he first ,f Jon, wk... those who are afi cted may see the n?.' merous testimonials and certificates to at test the efficacy and efficiency of bi n.." of treating every Variety and description of CANCER. V All letters post paid, will receiva imm.. diate attention. . . i DR BURNIIAM SIIEPARD. Oflice at the Columbus Hole . Dec. 30, 1848-3C-3m. gainst the same shall be taken and return ed, as is provided for in this act. JOHN J. McRAE. Speaker ofthe House of Representatives DAK.NEY LIPSCOMB, President of the Senate. Approved, March 3, 1843. JOSEPH W. MATTHEWS. Cotton Shed. fjl HE. undersigned have taken for a tern 01 years, trie cotton Shed known 11 the Bowle'a BlufT Cotton Shed, one mi!, below the Mouth of Tippah, in Lafayeit county, Mish., and will promnily attend in The Southern, Jackson; Democrat, Co- death his family will receive the sum of One Thousaud Dollars, and the accumula ted dividend, earned by the premiums, in receiving .and forwarding a 1 Cotton and good companies generally fifiy per cent. . Goods or other articles lhat may been. l.'.-k t .l t , . . i..,oi..l - nr.. " uiiu insurer ior ms wnoie uie is a Slot k. 1 .,, weir tore, anev win ain. k holder, and pariicipalos in the profits.-- engaged during the boating season, in buil. Lives may tie insured for one year or a U'"K r "sior ino purpose of shipnin nn 0110 injures nis uie, "nwiu. iney tir.na h pays, as tha premium lr,('t tiention to business, to merit tlip tiiesame sumeverv r""u"ni0 ' 1,10 pu"v year, no maiter how loiff he lives. A man JLSSE TINER dt SONfl of thirty-five could insure 'his life for the October 12, 181S,-2D-3m u lw.l l.r. C . As frn J 1 1 . . . I " " - Kook IKIndcry. seven dolfarsand fiftv cents. Davableench aV Jw Pin d n RT. aw nnntr M.tni'irTiwv U... "..,1 i, .1 ' ' .1 1... viMitttt uvvii .'.iitiui' AvA VHI, vult l,uu v numu jji 1111 iiiuiq man tuai Iumbus: Orcanizer, Oxford: Free Trader. , mi iri.i v.anon, 1 nu.uing fof lhfl ttho!e life, he will publish the abovo once a month, until . .r ,,,' a r...v.: i e. u:.u .1 1 : j .c ' Pr Price ot insurance. luruiu, iui uicii luer win ue paia me same they will be paid I rates allowed tho Mate Printer by law. And Stationery Establishment, AT MATCH KZ. ICIIARD EL'.VAKD lakes this orca. . sion to notify his friends, old custo mers and ihe public cenrrallv. that hivino disposed of his interest in th branch of his establishment he?d at Jackson, of the firm 0 R, El ward &. O., he is prepared at his es tablishment in Natchez, to make to order and in superior style. Blank Ibrnka fax courts, public offices, mercantile houses, &C..&C Also, to render entire satisfaction in all and every branch of Hook Dindoiy. n n excellent lot 01 stationery also on band uia 000K8 carefully rebound. (ttAll orders from any section of oun try promptly; attended to. IN. 11. Itablishment st the old stmrl. 3lam street, Natchez, Miss. April 1 1 12 -tf. ces-ary preiideitt there oC and audited in the same manner lhat similar drafts are bow cert, 11 ed and audited by the authority cf ei&er bra sea ! tie leg-slature. Sec 6. Beit further enacted, That said convention shall pallifh, in pamphlet form, such a dra.1 I a eonfUtBlimi as may b sdorted It them.whirh pronot drsil hill j b rlrnitd to a tr t ol lb ncp!e f hkh tots shall Is taken ly the slen.l Jackson Hook Illndrry, A!D BLANK BOOK MAKUFACTOaV. JLANK Books for courts, public "offices, JLP &.c, made to order, in the best and most durable style. Book bindinir in all its branches. aln. done and warranted in atylo and workman hip. Also on hand and for sale a number of articles consisting of Stationery. The patronage of the public is respectfully so- I ' 1 . as V m I iiciiea. ui. u J Ui.IEiXiVt., Successor of Rich'd Elward &. Co. (Cr Bindery t the old stand, two door irom uie post oltice. April 11 H tf. sum at bO years of age -if he insure year alter year, the premium is increased every year, and nt tne ago ol ou, he would pay lorty.one dollars nna (01 ty cents. ine aavanuiges 01 liu insurance are now too well understood to need a lonirex pcsiiion. Inal countries, the prudent and far-sighted, tWose mcars are limited, and who have dependent families, effect insur. ance fur their benefit. Assured lhal when they die, the widowed not want, but will rcceiv knee offices, a certain though moderate com In the Field. nririr i,,i,. 1 rrv m A 1. 1 m rg j-ave 10 intorm the Ladies and and vicinity, lhat they have re.opened tbfW ' S TORE, and havinjr iust recelmd .1... and full supply of i all and Winter Goods - They are now fairly in the field as candid, tes for sellingGoods, heirainir tha and fatherlcsa wiU nge of the citizens of Oxford and vicinity; ive, from the insur- without distinction cf Party. f ouch moderate com- Their Stock coniii in nr r 1 petence, husbands & fa hers may toil hapi- Dry O'oOtls, a full aSOrtmr-nt rlf t ly during the day. and sleep, untroubled bv 3 , ' r , !f0"?ienl 01 distrefsin2 dreams, at n.eht. An inde. L uau Matte IslOthWff. f pedence fur the family Is sucured, let the OAl'S, SHOES and BOOTS. insured die when he may, in debt or out UAM WARE. QUEENS WARE ofdelt. , VKOCERIES,SAIWLERY,c.te., Tho company is now ready to receive Their Principles will fo t iks sliffht Paddy's BlulK FTnllG Proprietor of this eliga- bio point on tho Tallahatchie Uiver, takes pleasure in inform inG his patrons and tho public generally, that he is now prepar ed tO EllCd i"IFTEES I Il5DREI Bales Cotton, and wilt store and ship for 12 1-2 cents per bale. lie has also, a sale and comma dious Ware House for receiving and storing Groceries, &c. I'At. C AUG II LIN. Dec. 7, 18iS.-33-tf. iv r crTTtriirvn . ui.iu oi,i iLr,.iL,.l-iXOtice II hereby given that the undersisrned Administrator cf ihe . estate of Joseph Duke, deo'd, has filed his petition in the Probata Court of Lafayette county, M r "TPS lor tinal fcettiemfnt tf bis Ad ministration, and will, at the term cf said Cmrt, to be be'd On the TUrd Monday in May next, present an Account of his administration a-. v :.a.. i t allowance wua com7)is ons. ind m J (ot a final bearing of sid sccounf. Fehrotry JAMES GIDEON, Aim'r. IS19 45 ipQUND Oa the Memphit road, bs iwen Oxford sr.d Cork rum's cms, rtwds, a Profrissory Note Ct $22 60 cu., which tha owner can have at this office, by proving property and faying for this ai- verttpernrnt. Oxford, March 17ib, ISi3. applications, arid when applications to a sufficient amount to insure a safe com mencement shall have been accepted by the Trustees, the policies will be issued. Par. ties making application must bold them selves thereafter in readiness to pay the first premium, at all timts. A failure to pay the premium when due forfeits the policy. No insurance more than five thousa at present. so person is unsound in tienub a liable lo any fimily, or hereditary disease. or intemperate in bis habits. If one, whoae life is insured become intemperate, to the injury ol his hcalih, thereafter, the policy on hia life will be forfeited. A life may I s J : .t. .. ' uc iuouicu m ma name 01 trustees, er by a wife to enure to her, or her children if she die before her husband, 'This is a sacred und, not subject, by an express Provision or the charter, lo any debis or Labilities. The profits ofthe company can be loaned only upon unincumbered, improved real estate, worth at a sworn casU raluation, wlce thesmiunt loaned. Tha Investment is, aa an investment tmcrely, a good one. Ten dollars will in sure for a year the life of a man agd 5 years for I0O0 dollars; it would require more than 30 years at compound interest for tea dollars to resch this sum. Faithful sgents, who can assure the board of Trustees of their resw-nsibilitr. are wanted in every town in Ihe State. Ap plications, oostagepaid, ta be made to tha President, IT . 1 . ' . tpun pwsi-pata applications, the lorms necessary for an applicant for insurance, wui be iurmihea. Board .of Trustees. advances on cost and sell for CASH onlr. 1 Icape gie 11s a call and vr u will car. tainly be satnfied with our Goodi 01 well as with our terms. ROGGHNBURGER & BRO. Oct. 28, 1M1.-3I-If. House of Entertainment. will be cran ted for - tit v ... . . .. . nd dollar, on . life f;.;; ;- u,gneu navingopes- 1 'III ea a IlnllSM HI t n aria .n.n ll need apply, who MM 7 l!nrt" " nd constitution, or rT .Z r. . . - f iiuumy. miss., wnicn U calru afed fn rea. der great accommodation to the travelinj community. 1 bis bouse i large and com modious, divided into various deoartments. so as to furnish private roorifs with fires. It is my intention to make all who may fa. vor me with their patronage, as comforts- ble as North Mississippi will admit of. 1 1 have large stables an J experienced ostlers. Charges as low or lower than usual in tha I coumrj. . t , r, P. COCKRUSL July 17,-1947.-28-tf.. . J. M. DuffielJ, Cr.arlcs Ecott, W. P. Anderson, C. M. Price, II. Htliheim, J. C. Carpveter, - J. M.D W. P AxnrxaoTr, See' v. Jacksoi.MiU Aug. 4, 1S49, F. S. Hunt, D. W. Adams, R, M. Ilobson, W.Ti-rger, II. Krs'.nlng, T. Fletcher. L'F FIELD, rrts'L -2fl-t 11 ...... - wiiuci iiirt t;s uir asmiiesnona of Ux ford, one lay f.:i; Fuppo 19 t years oiaj fets a wMt spot oa her f rehcad; sbjt 14 bin da high 00 other r rls or traads, apprtiwd to v.v WJDLTERTON, (Rari?. New Store, FflHE undersigned having purchased lis . v . u, uluua will VUU11UUB to do business at the old stand, and expects to add toLis Veefft stock of Goods in s short lime, hs rmmises to sell trnnAm a low as any other house in lown. There. fre, he eipecU a continuance ofthe liberx el patronage extended the firm of S. &, G. Punctual and Cash purchasers ars rrjcular!y invited to call. W. II. SM1TIIER, Vxford, Jan. I, lS43.-37-tf, A T E B M S . Twido.lars and cents in sdrance Three l,::rs If Mid wuLia six momk I and Three dollars and fifty cents, if pay I meat Ix'Isred until the txpiration oti.a f year. iNsubscnp;ion taken for less tins f six mentx.sand bo taper d.scon'inued tia-1 t,l all arrcs-es are rail, ueis at lis ' c; tioi of thJVof.rietors. . A DYE RTISING. For every teljlnei or leis.cna inierts ' f1 00; t-r eielfoflUnuaBce &3cnta. For yearly adreVirr.ti very Lberai ! d iductioa wi'd tmade. Articles tf! nature ntni admitted. i 00" For announciflp caadi dates for Ftats f or fisrrici sees test lr couxt' iZxn S: Cei io he vl 'it fre ni in I n lg. .ic ;i :i ii Jk He Vh I at I' ,4ft. inn va tan lire 1 a :a ;s! -ci -.a :s .Is 1 1 1 r .a .1 L sre coiiart.