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.o-.vie (. ttallownr. Secretary of State. J K'.7ii nt the w a. Au Htr of Publit 'Act mints. Utchard S. (J raves, i't,'tc Treasurer. John D. Freomart, lli,uine ti-.-neral. Judicial v. n-l-scs "f the Ili'ih Ciwrt ." -J ron Anneals : H"t:i. I., Sharkey, Edjrd Tumor, ami A. M C'luy ton. This ("out has no yi i licti en except whn, properly belongs to a Conrt of Appeal?. It sessions aro holdcn on the fust Mondays of Jan and J ill y at J ackson. Chancellor of Hie Male. lioonrt II. Uocknar. Clerk. 1. Ij. Dixon. The Court of Chancery has jurisdiction over I Alabama, at t'nhawha. an pleas ana complaints whatsoever cognizame in a Court of Equity, and hold two sessions an nually, commencing on the 3rd Monday in April and October for the Oxford District, and January and July at Jackson. Juouks and District A TTor.xr.vs of he Circuits Court. Judges. District Attorneys. George Coal tar, 1st, E. . Walkci, . F. Neill, tta nhope Pusey, E. (J. Peyton, John Watts, fth, Ilrnry Gray, 7th, F. Smith, 8th, (1. A. Wilson, Oth, J. W. Thompson 1st, 2nd, Hrd, 4 th, .rth, C.th, 7th, th, I tli, I (Mi, 2nd, 3rd, H. F. Camthers, Charles C Caje, Albert d. Brown, 4th, Henry Mnunger, .uh, II. S-. Dennett, John II. Rollins, J. 31. IJowry, Stephen Adamf, M. I.. Fitch. 10th, R I . ( ravffrd iJ.iiivar, t 'h.ihorn U'.'irr.-.-, :! '.Vai'.iin-joii, 'M . Ferrv. T. Tiamkin H HELP. First District. ."ih .Monday April and October. hh do Mav and November. do A:ui! and Octobor. !o iio do . i '.;.;..vn, Wilkinson, Copiah, Neshoba, Newton, Scott, Simpson, Smith, Clarke, (recne, Jackso.i, Jasper, Jones, Lauderdale, Ferry, Wayne, Kemper, Lowndes, Noxubee, Oetibbeha, Winston, Hinds, .Madison, Rankin, Coahoma, De Soto, Lafayette, Marshall, Ponola, Tunica. Chickasaw, 1 tawamba, Mon oe, Tippah, Tisheiniiigo, Fontoioc, Attala, Holmes, Leake, Vazoo, iiiite, t !ov:'i?trii. f Ilii'.-o.'k, La-vren-;", Marion, ai District. -h .Monday April an 1 October, ith do March and Septai.i. . '1 th do May and November let do do do Third District. -lih Monday May and Novsm. 1st dry do do St do April and October. Fourth District. lstMonda May and November 4th aft 4 ill 3d aft 4 tli 2d aft 1th 4 th lt aft 4th !o do do do do do do do do do Fifth District. Id Moniday May an 1 Novein. 1st do April and October. 4th do March and Sept. 2d do May and Nov. 4th do April and October. Ith do MavanlN ov. lid do April and October. 2d do do do Sixth District. 4th Monday April and October lit do do do 2d do do do 4th aft Ith do do 3d aft 4th do do Seventh District. 3d Monday March and Sept. 1st do May and November. 1st do .J une and December. Eighth District. 2d Monday April ami Oct. 4th do March and Sept. 3d do May and Nov. 1st aft 4th do do 1st Monday do do 1st do . April and Oct. Ninth District. 2d aft Jth Mon. April and Oct. 3d Monday do do 4th do do do 1st do rtt do 2d do do do 3d after 4ih do do Tenth District. 2d Monday April and October. 3d do do do 1st do do Ho-' lt do May ami November. F.h'venth District. 2d 3i onlay May and No'-eniber. COnRFCTEII .VEf.Kf.V. TENNESSEE. Bank of Tennessee at Nashville. Tent, letter A, dated 23d. June, 1038," 'payable at twelve months i whola appearance bad. Tens, letter i A, dated April ihe 0, 1839, Henry Ew- ing, cus me r, (written Enug.) IS. iNich ol, President; any person the least ac quainted with Hank notes can detect them' nt a glance. " Farmers axd Merchants Hank: 10'Js altered from .-. easily detected. ALABAMA. Hank of the State of 100s, letter C. payable to V. Tute, dated Dec. 20, 1832 Branch of'llic State of Alabama, Branch at Decatur. 100s altered from 5s, can be detected by holding them up ! to the light. State Lank of Alabama at Tuscaloo sa. 50s, spurious; signed by S. Clay ton, President. There is no such oili ccr; besides the genuine notes read, Bank of the State of Alabama. LOUISIANA. Bank of Orleans; 5s, old plate; the paj-cr is of a bluish cast, dated between January 1817, and Dec. 1C23; 5s, letter L; size of tlio note lar ger than the true bills, and the paper of a dirty reddish cast; 10, old plate the paper is of a reddish cast, dated previous lo first Jan. 1817 50, not a all resembling the genuine note, letter L; size of the note larger than the true bills, and the paper of a dirty reddish cast; vignette in imitation of that of the tens of fie plate signed W. M. F.Saul, cashier: 100s, old plate, paper of a blu ish cast, daret between Jan. 1817, and first Dec. 100s, letter K, paya ble to and endorsed S. JauJon, dated Philadelphia, 4th May, '31. c m a VI w v, c u H 02 n CL 1 ife-cal : f Jan. Feb. 1 a 29 12 D 26 Mauch, 12 10 26 AlT.IL. Mav. June. July, P. pay 4t!i do do do 1st do -Jo do 3d do April and Ontobar. 1st do do do 4 th do do do '2d do do do JLanK oi ljouisiana: o, letter N. Girard, dated August 3,' 14. City Bank of New Orleans: 50s, spurious, signed Samuel J. Peters, Pres ident, and Richard Ci;:gue, Cashier; badly executed: 100s, altered from fives and tens, payable at the Union Bank, New York; they are syid to be well executed, and calculated to deceive those not familiar with the genuine notes. Consolidated Association, N. O."-500s altered from 50s: The genuine 500 ere printed on rose col ored paper, the 50s on yellow paper. Exchange and Banking Co., N. O 5s, letter A, payable to J. Billingcr, various dates, miserably executed: 100s altered from tens; may be detected by the difference in the vignette of the genuineand altered bills Merchants Bank of N. O. 50s, al tered from 5s; on the genuine $50 hills the amount in figures appear but in two places, and the word fifty is in large fan cy letters, in the altered 5 it is in smal Koman characters. New Orleans Canal ai d Banking Co., 100s altered from tens; the genuine have on their margin a full length fig ure of Ceres supporting a cornucopia?; the tens have an eagle vignette on cither side, and a female supporting the canal works. N OUT 1 1 CAROLINA.--Bank or Cape Fear, at Wilmington; 3s, payable to Samuel Craig, Jan. 1819; 5s, letter C, payable to 1. A Biurn. dated 1815; 5s, letter D, pay J. Adams, dated first Jan. '15; tens letter C, payable to G. B. R Siiby, dated Nov. 3, '14; tens letter C, payable to J. Smith, dated 1st. Jan. '15: i tens, letter C, payable to Adams, dated i Jan. '15; 50s, letter A, dated first Jan. '15 Bank of the State of North Carolana. One's and two's altered to tens, letter B, pay toT. Nash, July 2, '2G; two's letter D. payable at Raleigh to R. Smith, dated 21st. July, 1817: (ErFivcs, ten and 20s may bo detected by observing that on the right hand side and the on top of the bills, there is a stamp of a die with 5, 10 or 20. as it may be, having around it 22 small circles or dots in the genuine, but the bad notes have but 20; generally payable to II. Collins. GEORGIA. Bank of Augusta, at Au gusta; 20s, letter G, payable to Jona Sonders, dated 3d. January '18, Augus tus Mocre Cashier, Thomas Cummtng, President. Bank of the State of Georgia: Fives payable to Jno. Balfour, A. Porter Cash icr; engraving coarse, signiturc well imitated: 20s letter K, payable to S, Hall, dated Savannah, Oct, 27th, '21; '24 and 25: 20s, payable to S. Ileal, at the Augusta branch, Oct. 27, '21, '24 and '25. Planters Bank of Georgia. Tens, let lcr C, payable to J. Minis, dated Savan nah, Dec. 14, '15: 50s, letter C, payable to P. Guerardj or lcarer, dated Feb. 1st, '13. ILLINOIS: Hank of Illinois: 20s, August. Sei'tkm. Oct. Nov. Dece.m. 9 1G 23 30 4 14 21 28 4 11 18 25 o 9 Ifi 23 30 G 13 20 27 3 10 17 24 1 8 15 22 29 12 19 2G 3 10 17 24 31 2 3 4 5 G 7 J 10 11 12 13 14 1G 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 2G 27 28 30 31 12 3 4 G 7 0 J 10 11 13 14 15 1G 17 10 20 21 22 23 24 52 27 28 12 3 4 G 7 C 0 10 11 13 14 15 1G 17 10 0 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 1 3 4 5 G 7 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 2G 27 28 29 1 2 3 4 5 G 8 9 10 It 12 13 15 16 17 10 19 20 22 23 24 25 2G 27 29 30 31 1 2 3 5 G 7 0 9 10 12 13 14 15 1G 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 2G 27 20 29 30 1 3 4 5 G 7 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 2G 27 20 29 31 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 IG 17 10 19j 21 22 23 24 25 20 23 29 30 31 1 2 4 5 G 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 IG 10 19 20 21 22 23 25 2G 27 28 29 30 2 3 4 5 G 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 IG 17 13 19 20 21 23 24 25 2G 27 23 30 31 12 3 1 G 7 0 9 10.11 13 11 15 IG 17 IT 20 21 22 23 21 25 27 20 29 30 1 2 4 5 G 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 IG 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 2G 27 20 29 30 It was from a tlecp want, tt aftcd on and not with tacal prejudices, scd local intert thought: it to see the a ic ol tins lo South r.nN was of this periodi lesign to nourish Ivocate suppo any nuch Lent wish )und together forever, in the silken bands of mutual kindness and tilled ion. Far mutual Kindness ami allection. rar ; tho newspaper and iCc from meditating hostility to the North, ; brary, will he forwarded TS fH he hasalready drawn, and he hopes j cd, to any part of ihc U sf?re'y hereafter to draw, much of his choicest j copies S5. All orders an l" matter thence; and happy indeed will tions to" be addressed fr l0"1 National 3Ia?azinc OF LITERATURE. ART AND FASHION. Graham's JLadv's anil Gen tlcninaii'M 31aazinc. PROSPECTUS FOR 1843. editors : J. FENNIMORE COOPER, RICIFD. II. DANA, WM.CULLEN BRYANT, II. W. LONGFELLOW, CHARLES F. HOFFMAN, T. C. GRATTAN. GRAHAM'S is the oldest and most popular of the American Literary .Vagazines. The niiuAsr for January, 1813, will be the first of the 3.th voKune. Its long and universally successful carr, from its commencement with a few han drail tuhscriber?, nntil the present time, when it ha a circulation of fifty thousand copies a month, is paps as good an evidence of its great and in creiag merit as the publisher has it in his power to offer. To his old subscribers, he t.-asts no as sutiwe a:3 necessary of hi) determination to ! maintain its present a8:en:!a:icy over nil the rival 1 perineals of the country. The engagement, da riii? ti oast vear. of snch men as Uhyant. Coni'. OcorgC XV. Kerry. " " filatcd August l,i0, pay J. C. Barber, ' r.r, Dvna, Lomjff.i.i.ow, Hoffman, Maxccr, siitucd John Marsall, President, John . e;c-. n,S' "P".'100"' " 8 ,uerar ns Sidtfull Cashier, engraving and paper i mai,vofthB firstnamaa in tL s. inferrOr. a sufScicnt cuarantee that the work will continna IVotice. he undcrsitined betrs leave to in- -- form his friends and the public that he still continues the Tailoring business at his old stand, next door to the Post Oiiice, on the square in the East Ward of Grenada. All work entrusted to him, he pledges himself, shall be faithfully and promptly executed, in the most fash ionable style, and at reduced prices. The following are the rates charged, viz: For making a full trimmed frock, or dress coat 612700 ror making a plainrock or dress coat For do do do do do do do do do do do do do gaiter pantaloons plain do double breasted vests single Jeans do do do coat pants cutting cunts do pants or vest . V. H. STEVENS Grenada. August 13, 1812. $10,00 3.50 3,00 4,00 3,00 G.00 2.50 1,00 50 Saddler and Harness Maker. rMlE undersigned would respectfully inform his friends and the public, that he is al ways ready at his shop on the Square in the jEast Ward of Grenada to execute, in workmanlike manner, and at low cash prices, all work in the Sad dling and Harness making business. Repairing done on the shortest notice. Grenada Oct. 27, 1842. 43 12m (CP TANYARD.-J3) rpHE undersigned begs leave to inform JL his old friends and customers that he still carries on the Tanning business at his new tan-yard in the East Ward of Grenada Mississippi; where he has con stantly on hand all kinds of tocll tanned LEATHER, which he will dispose of at prices corresponding with tho hardness of the times. Leather will at any time be given for hides. B. II . GREEN II W. Grenada Feb. 10 1843x-tf- Job work or all Icimls clone :i U:: flir, Cairo Bank at Kaskaskia: Twos al tered to ttns. Shawnf.etown Bank. 20s, paper poorand bills smaller than the genuine; pay W. E. Dole, Aug. 4. r39; vignette steamboat and rail road cars in the dis tancc; the word Shawncetown nt the bottom of the bill is semi-circular ; on tho genuine it is straight. INDIANA: State Bank of Indiana; 100s, allcred to 500s; tho true vignette of the 100s. is a Roman matron; the margin cut ofT in making the alteration; Tens, vignette a steamboat, ship, and a town in the distance; genuine has a dro ver on horsebadk and cattle at a dis tance; Tens, letter A; genuine has mar gins with ten, and a border on one edge with the figure 10 in, which are not on the counterfeit: 20s, altered from 5s; clumsily done ; they have heads of dif ferent individuals; genuine not so. Bankrupt petitions, and Blanks, for sale at this office. to be the principle mediam of communication be tween the best aatliors and the publio. Among the attractions of the thirty-fifth volume, will ba several Talks br.MrJ. F. Cooper, 31 r Graltnn, ?lr Hoffman, Mr Herbert, Jlit Jcslic, '.Vary Cla ers,'t Mrs, Embury, Mrs Ellet and Mrs Ste phens; poems bjf Mr Bryant, Mr Dana, Mr fonsfellow, Mr Street, Mrs Sebc Smith, Mrs Osgood, and Mrs Sigoumey ; essays by Mr Fai;, Mr Jones, Mr Tuckerman, Mr l'oe, ete. etc. Here fellows a more full list of the names of contributor?, the most distinguished of the country which we omit for want of room. (Jraham's Lady's and Gentleman's Magazine has been from it es'ablishment more than any other the favorite periodical of the greater sex. Though its plan does not entirely excla-Je articles of the mot import! nt character, snch as have rai ssd Blackwood's and some other foreign journals to their high infl uence and reputation, its pages will be principally devoted to whatis usually term ed light literaturo. It will be distinguished f;om other publications of similar aims by the literary Rnd artistic merit of its contsn'.s. While those of other works are unknown qr anonymous, the con tributors to this are the moat eminent anthors of our age and country; the very cieators, founder?, of our National Literature. Especially is it cel ebrated as containing the choicest productions of the finest female writats of the time. Kveiy num ber contains gems which may bo appealed to with orrde hy the sex as vindicating their intellect jal emiii"i;c5. In the department of Engravings it is well known that Graham' Magazina hat far surpassed any periodical work ever published m inis or aTWoth cr country. The highest ambition of rival lishsrs see mi thus Carta have been to maintain respectable imitation o( tho numerous costly ami beautilnl works of art with which tho suceesrfve numbers of thin journal have beon grace d. Ifthe coiirsa of the succeeding volumes many imnortant new faatureswillbeintrodncnd. Sartin aud Sadd t!ia timet caiebrited Mezzotint Engravers in the Union, and equals of the host in Europe, will con tinue to furnish their exqnisite productions; an ! Kawdon, Wright and Hatch, i Barker, A It Dick, (Jiinbredge, Jai kman, Jones and others, of New York, and Uodson, Welch and Water, Tucker and other, of Philadelphia-all among tha most eminent lir.a engravers of the present centu ry, have been eng.igod to furnish a succession of highly finished steel eng.aving', superior t any thathave hithertoappeared in peiiodicats. Among the pictures that wiJ be engraved for for the vol umes in 1813, aro sove.-al Oninis.ti. I ai.ti.;s, by Ingham, Inman, Cole, Thompson, Freeman, Franquinet, and other distinguished artists. The American periodicals have hith-srto contained, save in a very few instance?, only engravings cop ied from foreign prints. The publisher of Gra ham's Magazine will be the first to reform the practice, and to make his work strictly original in its embellishments as well as in its literary con tents. Oia P;iiTR.'.iT G.xr.Lr.r.v.-Oneof the new &i tures of the coming volumes w ill be the introduc tion of Portraits of the contributors to Graham's Magazine, which of course, will include nearly all the eminent writers of the da'. The 3 " th vJ omewill include, from the burins of Parker, John son and others, portraits engraved in the highet style of tho art of Mr Cooper, l'ofcsor Longfel low, 'Maria DelOccidente,' Mrs Sigourney, Mis Sedgwick, Mrs Seba Hmith, Mrs Embury and sev eral others-all from paintings executed expressly for the purpose. , -Tim Editorial Department will continue to embrace notes on current litorature etc, and re views of all new American and foreign works of ham's Magazine are acknowledged in all parts o g Grenada Lcmalo Academy will the country to ba superior in acumen, hone-ty and Q gin he opened, on Monday thff Dili independence to those of any tontempomry. In- 0f Janua rv 1 8 IX under tho instruction I m 7 " ' " ' been olVered hv nn charac cr or merit. A r, 2T xA i nt r,i cents will, for the present, Snr I agent upon each subscriber I Terms The Pl.;i,.,i... .' . Museum is pnhlishod every per annum, as usual, In advn, at the end of ihc year. "crf 1-or S20 incurntfun,le , t. . n, matter thence; and happy indeed will he deem himself, should his mines, hv making each region know the other better, contrihuirj in any essential de gree, to dispel forever the lowering clouds that so lately threatened the peace of both, and to brighten and strengthen the sacreJ ties of fracrnal love. The Southern Literary has now nearly completed volume, and seventh year. has acted out the ideas here it is not for the Editor to say. Messenger its seventh How far it uttered, He lie- Hons to ho addressed, free of n Saturday if,, 10lcliCStnut strcct, KiiS. 13 Y virtue of a Deed of tJ' J executed, by Thonias iVcie t!,t0! a debt, dun lo I.M.n..i it which Trust lcars date of 1st J Jicvcs, however, that it falls not farther short of them, than human weakness and was duly recorded in Ul1 Charleston and rmmtv r,r t.m . a $ on tlio ihinl il'nr t.. ...... .' U o. 2, pages 3G, 37, and 33 Hie purposes ti June iuju, 0, 37, and 33. , -viiii.iMii.iiiii.il usually makes I hactice full short of I 1 . , ' " ' UIC gcst bidd. r i T,,,.. casn. on the f" OT This work is published in Month ly Numbers, averaging sixty-four paes each, at Five Dollars per annum, pav- iiiiiiihk'iji in uuvauti;. able 1. W. Hill Hi, r.DiTOu. S: Vnonit. Richmond, Va. IS 12. jUrciinri.a Female Academy. Twelfth tltVJ of June, verf m the (own of Charleston, and ooun-y lallanatchie, the followinir ncirroi.. wn : Lewi.?, ajred 27 rears: floh. . years; and Henderson, aged 7 year,' C SliallOniV oonvev o.w.l. .:.i deed, while a majority of the monthly and quar terly journals have become mere advertising medi ums lor.for the booksellers, in whicn every tfting 'in print' is indiscriminately praised, tins period ical is looked upon as a jun and discriminating ar biter between authors and readers, in which both have implicit confidence. Terms. (Jraham's Magnzine will he published on the first of each month in every quarter of i e t'nion. The mo?-t distant subscribers will therefore receive it o:i that day, as well as those who reside in Phil adelphia. The proprietor being ino:a desirous of presenting the best and most beautiful than the cheapest work in the country, ami nnsio.is to b.-ing it within the reach of all, offers tha following as the lowest terms at which it can be afforded Tnnr.E Dollars per annum in advance for a sin gle copy, or two copies yearly for five dollars, five copies for ten dollars, eight for fiftsen dollar, or eleven for twenty dollars, clubs furnished as usu alj invariably in advance. Postage of all letters to hr pre paid. CEOR(7E It. CRAII AM, Drr. 7. H 1 1. No 08 Chestnut St Philadelphia PROSPECTUS OF THE Soutfcrvn Siftcrarn flTrsscr.Qrr. f J 'MUS is a monthly .Magazine, devoted chie JL fly ti Literatare, but occasionally finding room alio for articles that fall within the scope of Science; and professing no, disdain for taste ful srlectioixs, though its matter has been as it will continue to be, in tho main original. Party PriVitics and controversial Theology as far as possible, arc jealous ly excluded. Thev arc sometimes so blended with discussions in literature or in moral science, otherwise unob jectionable, as to gain admittance for the sake of the more valuable mailer to which they adhere- but whenever that happens, they are incidental only: not rrtiMARV. i hey arcriros.a, toieratcu only because it cannot well lo severed from the sterling ore wherewith it is incorporated. Reviews and critical Notices occup shcir due space in the work: and it is the Editor's aim that they should have a threefold tendency to convey, in a condensed form, such valuable tnith or interesting incidents as are embodied in the works reviewed, to direct the reader's attention to books that deserve to be read, and to warn him against waiting time and money upon that large number, which merit only to be burned. In this age of publications, that by their variety and multitude dis tract and overwhelm every undiscrimi nating student, impartial criticism. o-overned by the views just mentioned, is one of the most inestimable and in dispensable of auxiliaries, lo him who docs wih to di scriminatc. Essays and Tales, having in view itility or amusement, or both Histori cal Sketches and Reminiscences of ve n ts too minute for History, yet eluci dating it, and heightening its interest, may be regarded as forming the staple of the work. And of indigenous vok try, enough is published sometimes of no mean strain to manifest and cul tivate the growing poetical taste and tal ents of our country. The times appear, for several rea sons, to demand such a work not one alone, but many. The public mind is feverished and irritated still, from re cent political strifes. The soft, assua sivc influence of Literature is needed, to allay that fever, and soothe that irri tation. Vice and folly arc rioting abroad thej should be driven by indignant re buke, or lashed by ridicule, into their fitting haunts Ignorance lords it over an immense proportion of our people. Every spring should be set in motion, to arouse the enlightened, and to in crease their number; so that the great enemy of popular government may no longer brood, like a pertcntous cloud, over the destinies of our country. And to accomplish all these ends, what more powerful can be employed, than a periodical, on the plan of the Messen ger; if that plan be carried out in prac tice? The South peculiarly requires such an agent. In all the Union, south of Washington, there are but two Litera ry periodicals! Northward of that city, there are at least twenty-five or thirty! Is this contrast justified by the wealth, the leisure, the native lalent, or the actual literary taste, of the Southern people, compared with those of the Northern? No; for in wealth talents and taste, wo may justly claim at least an equality with our brethren: and a domestic institution exclusively our own, beyond all doubt affords us, if we choose, twice tho leisure for reading and writing, which they enjoy. all onjy convcv siu-h fill a . us vested bv said Deed. TIIOS. A.CHEVES. Tr - U. GOODWIN. tecs 10th, 1G42. 40a Dec. oi Mrs. II. R. J. Eager. All interested are particularly invited to call and judge for themselves of its comparative mer its. There will be a public examination at I he close of the session. Terms. Spelling, Reading, Writin;:, ami Peter Parley's Csography, 10,1)0 fieography, I'nglish Grammar and Arithmetic, 12, TiO Watts on the mind, History, Astrono- my, Natural, .Mental and Moral Phi-f losophy, ("hrmis.ry, Uotany, Rhetoric. f 15 00 Iiogic and Paley'a Nntaral Theology. J Algsbra, French and Italian, - - - - 2i) 00 Instruction in vocal music gratis. Grenada, Dec. 30, 10J2. 52-tf A new I?n terpr isr, V' By the former editor o f he Saturday Keening Post and Saturday Courier. Comprising the fruits of twenty years experience in the newspaper business;! , ' , tho aid of the most (list mfmislied news- papor writers of the day; a valuable foreign correspondence; with troops of literary friends, and the determination to publish a newspaper for all classes, which Shall not lie, surpassed! Philadelphia Satcrdav .Mcsec.-i Of knowledge, ne7cs, amusement, A Family Newspaper, neutral in jol ities, opposed to quackery, and devo ted to tho useful arts, education, mor als, health and amusement. Tho taies, sketches, narratives, bi ographies, essays and poems, hnll be of the first order; the best productions of the best writers of the day. Also articles on history, astronomy, chemis try, ami all tho useful arts and scien ce, with a liberal portion of liht rea ding, ancedolMS, wit ami humor; nu king a varied, rich and mirth inspir ing Olio. Life on l he ocean. Furnishing nar ativcs of sterling adventures nt fea, showing the courage and heroism of Trust Salt' " V virtue of a Deed of Trust, 1 Itedgtothc undersigned as trustee Jr Thomas D Harbour on the first Al.1V.finn II)OIIC:inrl onrl.t 1. I-- i J1 vipm uuii'i ren a; forty, and duly recorded in theProb Clerks ollice of the county of Valutas!,, and State of Mississippi, in Hook (F)oJ pages 515 and 51G and 577; to secure ihe payment of divers debts iheHa .specified, I will sell to the highest LidJe; for cash on the premises two and on half miles South of Cotfeville on the rd leading to Grenada being the late res. dence of tho said Thomas D. Jiarbou: On the 1th day of June next. the property in said Trust Deed men tioned towit: twelve Negroes, Slaves fir life; Silvia, Suck, Jinny, Hissey, Lish, Philli, Dave, Jerry, Minn, Smn Durum. ALSO The following Lands to-wit; The souih east quarter of Section seven. Town ship twenty four, Range six, East; Sie cast half south west quarter of section seven, Township twentv four, Kan?" si.Y, East: East half of tho nnrlh ran quarter of Section eighteen, Towiislii;i twenty four, Range six East; the Nortl. west quarter of Section sevrnv-en. Township twenty four. Range ti.v Jl: Nest halfof the north ens quarter if Section seventeen, Township twen:v four, Range six East; ingot her i?h J vers Horses, Mules. &e, in sai l mentioned and deseril.ed. The title of said proerty i (ei;, v ,' unquestionable; but I shall nrskfii title onlv as is vested in me. hv tii-r;ic the Trust Deed under which iff :ie s made. GEO. W. HELL MY. Trustee. CoJieeville; Nov. 'J.JJ. 1C12. lU-Tn:. Ti Sale. A HISt Iy virtue of a deed of frost pvervi ted to the undersigned hv Thus. IVcU lo James to secure a debt lo James I. Liolior bearing date the first d.iy of Juno ! 84 J 4 sod duly recorded in the count v ol'Ta'- lahatchic on the second dav n Juno. the bold MarincTr, as j I le springs from his hammock and fue to the deck, ' Where ainazem't confrontshim witli imageiire Wild winds it mad w avesdrive tha vessel a-wrerk The masts fly in splinters ; the shroudsare on lire. Foreign ami domestic news, Congres sional proceedings, and a general view 1010, and for the purposes ami cou?'nl of all matters of interest or importance orations in the said deed cxprcsscJ, we will appear. j shall, Pictorial embellishments, comprising! On the twelfth day of June 1C43 maps, landscapes, architecture, portraits ' at Ihe town of Charleston the county of distinguished personages of both sex- scatof said Countv; expose tosalcatauc cs. In these, as well as in neatness of: tion to the highest bidder for CASH lb topography, the Museum shall not be following property to wit. surpassed. j The East half of Section 31 of Town- Foreign correspondence. Arrange- ship 22 of llanfjre 3 East. The South ments have been completed for securing west Quarter, and the South half of the a regular foreign corespondence. more , North-west Quarter of Section 31, and I extensive and complete than has ever j Township 22 of Range 3 East. North enriched the columns of an American ,' half of North-west Quarter of Section newspaper. j 32 of Township 22 of Range 3 East; Commercial. Tho state of business, n all tix.hund red and forty acres, of stocks, prices of grain, flour, and all j Also, the following slaves to wit:, descriptions of country produce, merch-j Lewis, Bob, Hal, Alfred, Willie, Isaac, andisc S-c., will be given from actual i Mosey, Henderson, Grandison, Scott, sales in Philadelphia, Baltimore, New j Harry, George, Fanny, Esthor Philhs, York, Boston &-c. Select & Original Ge.ms, from Miss Leslie Mrs Sigourney Miss Sedgwick Mrs Hale Mrs Stephens Mrs Loud Miss II. Gould, Mr Arthur Mr Irving Mr Cooper Mr Morris Mr Chandler Dr Bird &c. &c. One thousand dollars. At an early period, will be announced the offer of one thousand dollars, which theroprietors intend awarding in premiums, for the best literary ' productions, instructive stories, touching and affecting descrip tions, essays, poems occ.. in order to en list tho strongest array of the best native talent in favor of this great literary en terprise. It being in fact the determi nation of the proprietor lo leave noth ing undone, and lo spare no pains, exer tion or exponsj. Every subscriber to this paper will receive a copy of Clarkcs American Pocket Library, noticed below, without charge; thus rendering the Saturday Museum tho most desirable, the most at tractive, and tho cheapest family news paper that has ever been published in the United Siates. . .'. . To Agents-Terms, Commissions, &c. Any individual who will take tho trou ble to procure the names of his friends, and remit iho funds, will be entitled to the commissions, which are at present, and will continue to bo until further no tice, more liberal by far than have yet Nancy, Caroline, Hasty, Mason, Aman da and Milly, with the future increase of said female slaves. Also, twelve head of horses, am. mules, fifty head of caltle, three yoke of oxen, one waggon, all the plantation tools and utensils of every description;" all the household and kitchen Furnv- turc. Selling as trustees we shall convey no other title than we possess as such- THOMAS A. CHEVES,T IN.) Trustee- GREEN B. GOODWIN. December 3d 1842 . 49 26t T Xoticc to Travelers. Hie Kerry which I have been heretofore at tending to, w ill be discontinued on tna urn- . . . ...Ha .u : All nprsons wna nare nam or uu licui r i scribed to ma at that Ferry for the present yew will 6nd me at what has been heretofore kno'i as the UPPER FERRY, ready and willing fulfil all my former engagements with them o the same terms as before. Having made the suit able arrangements, I will have two good and of) stantial Boats, and no exertions will be spaf opon my part to facilitate the passage across the River. (7- The road is in good order, and intf'" ate steps will be taken for further improvement . WILLIAM X. SHBRMj. Watch Jfc cTock HIakin- The subscriber begs leave to his frienda and the public, that, haviDo located in Oxford, he is prepared to " ecute any work in the walch.frms making line on thejiiost reasonable i Watches and clocks P. shortest notice. " S. T. b - " i 1