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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The river is in fine navigable order, now falling slightly. The Leo has returned with freight, anJ left again Saturday on her way up. The 'Little Stewart1 made her first jrjp Up the river, and arrived and left here Sunday last. We suppose she has ttol determined whether she will run jcularly in this trade. Tlic very superior boat John II. Bills, C.ipt. Ir.sbce, touched at our landing on Sunday. on her way up. She brought a considerable quantity of freight to this place whether she will run regularly jjthe trade we are not informe I. The'Helmont passed up Thursday freighted chiefly for liolmont. The Io is above. Meat and almost every article of pro duce, unusually scarce. ronola Trices Current. (COKRECTED WEEKLY,) Arrl,r. reenter bbl. Drifil, per bushel, in.i.nN.i, Kenwrky, per yanl, l,n Koi-k, Keium-ky,lrr lb. JJ.rrTtn, fresh, per lb. l u ox, Uog rotnnl, per H. INttv, per ll. Ciin.tfi, Sperm, per lb. l'oinpoitiin, , . . MouM, -CiKM'oi.iTK, per Jli. Ckkkek, llavnna (Jrcrn and Ri Java, ('astiki.-s per lb. 'u:ki:, pcrlb. Vms, per b-iohel, Fi.oi ii, pT Imrrel. I'ijii, M u-kr-f I N. .1, prr bbl. ;ii"., f by HI, p-r lx.x, . Id by 1 Iron, I'ar, per " Slab, Xol. s.F. prr s;Hr", Mnu, pt-r l.iibel, " Nam., per lb. On. Sperm, per gallon, I.in?el, I'ork, per lb. I'mviiKit, per lb. IVrrm, )e lb. , pfT lb. SicAtts, lrvvn, prr lb lit Ivif, S,p, ltar, pei lb. Si-H i , per lb. Silt, ('iarc, per fa.-, ill lin!, lo, Wli'iAey pr pnllon, Vi:s I'oitK, per bbl. i'l;IMI, f.ARIS 1.1 M K per bbl Ton wro. k KOM To I 50 o no 0 00 0 00 20 0 00 0 10 121 0 20 0 tl 0 4 o r .ro n ci 374 o :o .0J O . 00' 00 0 00 , 1 !i 0 1 0 0 00 7 0 8 00 0 00 :?7 ti .rio 1 00 0 00 1 ::) ." 00 : oo g oo H 0 10 II 0 00 37 0 50 50 10 0 II O 00 0 00 0 0fJ 0 00 none 50 0 CI 37 0 00 pi 0 10 0 0 0 21 0 25 11 0 18 37 0 00 2 75 3 00 1 00 0 00 40 0 50 0 (lit 0 00 0 00 0 00 0 0 00 0 00 0 00 111 0 50 REGULAR PACKET. rpiIE Steamboat "LEO," Tapl. J. Pat JL tcrson, 450 bales, will run os a REGULAR PACKET between Burling ham and Vieksburg during the present season. The Leo is a new and substan tial lat, well adapted to the navigation of the Tallahatchie river. For freight or passage apply on board or to U. Ty son, Ponola. Ponola, Mi. April 4, 1843. 4-tf List of' Letters, Kcmainining in the Post Office nt Pa nola, Mississippi, on the 31stday of March, A.D. 1C43; which, if not taken out by the 1st of July next, will be sent to the General Post Office as dead letters. Armistcad Dr P II Anderson Tho? P Anderson Geo P Anderson Robert Boyd T J Bobo Francis Hoy ce Foster Co Busby Samuel Brooks Wm P 3 Brahan Robert 2 BrahanJnoCS Boyd David 3 Bovles Wm Clerk Circ't C 2 Cates Pleasant Caldwcil D I Childress DC Childress Rufu3 Dickens S B 2 Davis Dr Jas M Carr N G 2 Coleman R II Carroll & Clark Crane Wm Dennis Abraham Davis Dr Ro!ert Davis Jliss Susan E Davis Edward 2 Emory John, or Eager Dr Robt 2 Thos Williams Eason W T Evans SW 2 Erranton WmS Floyd Jno Fitzgerald Gaston Foster, Anthony 4'CoGunn Mr Greer B If 5 Grayson Daniel Garner SR Garrett E II Grcnorv Carroll Green haw Wm (- r Memphis Prices C urrent. CORKECTKO tVEEKtv JU'f.iv- KfneVy, AJj-wmiri, lnilin, TUi.k Korr, KnW"Kv, Manilh" Ti;TT.n frrh, rotintry-, M.i. 'in. foTTON, 'nii..s, Spnn 'fit KKr, tjavanna, G rr.i A Jain, I'llIlN ?JliJtl, 'llllV, Tisn .JtcfcTrl XV. 1 !i. . " 3 . Dried Herring I'i.di i- ( inciiin'4 WirtN lliV, lllON I.EI, I. IX I , IRII, Afti.Assr.s, X a 1 1 N ortb e r n rittMiirj tn,s (jin'teed Sperm, wintsr Tnnner Tork "irkleil Ibrlk IVrATuf-.f, I rich rnTKK lrf;ll Kkt, Salt (Iround Abiin I.iverpl M'wft Kanawha SKiiiriF Spanish, Si'uar brown Clnrified lionf, TonAtro Kentucky Vir-i'a Tennwee Wiiisk fectifiM 1 Wirt's' Vhitr l,r..i Northern yird ll Tf, it in - 12 13 r, 7 15 lb li 15 20 25 41 5 7 3 5 25 ,T3 lit VI 20 25j Kio Ir 11 1C bushel 2 37 lb 3 4 bbl 15 00 16 00 13 00 14 (IT) II 00 12 00 box 1 00 1 25 bbl. 3 .VI 3 75 'A 50 4 00 Ux 7 50 10 00 lOOlbs. 10 50 lb. 5 ! HJ II C 7 hhl. fill 75 Jb. 5 5 cal. I) lb. r 7" r. 7 llinton James Hallain Jane Hastings Green Harris Charles llublard Jno C Jones RcvM W S Haley James Dallam G Hartsucld WS Hiblder DrE B Hill Thos B Johnson James Jones James Est of Jones Richard - Jones David Iewis Wm Laird II Laird II & Co Miss Union Bank McGec M II Marshall Geo W Jones Terrell Littlcficld 7. Littlcfield F McGuircS II Miller C 2 McGee J J Millikin John McGraw Cornelius McGee Mary P Martin R Nelson Sanvl II Nickle R It Perrine Truman Palton Jas W Pollard Wm B Rush James Rogers Robert Rupe Capt John Ragland Jno Rives Wm Esq Spalding Gideon 2 Simmons Peter Sullivant Nathan South Eli Shell Steward Smith Wm Merrill M? Nelson Dr II Oliver Ths Packer Jas Pankey Wilson 2 Redman Eliz'th Russell Wm RuffinMrs Mr'gtN Rupe Wm Rogers Hiram RuffinJF 2 Shields & Thorpe Stevens Henry Stanford Lycurgus Stanley John . Stone W E Stanton J & Co GIN MAKING, and Repairing. f -The subscribers Ln'g leave to inform the Planters of Ponola and the adjoining counties, that, having permanently loca ted in the town of. Ponola , they are pre pared to make to order Cotton Gins of the first quality, on'the plnnofGftiswoLD & Phatt. They have several of that make now on hand and for'sale, which they will warrant, as well as those of their own make, equal, if not superior to any now in use. They are also ready to re pair any Gins on the shortest notice, nnd will warrant the work. Those persons who mny wish to sec specimens of their work, can do so at the plantations of Mr.H. W. Middleton and Mr. Edward Davis, Ponola county, Mr. James Morris, Lafayette co., and Mr. David W. Dickerson, Yalobusha co. Gen. Jno. Ravburn.and Col. T. B. Bill also have specimens,of the same work. For all work done, the lowcstcash pri ces will be charged. Shop in the N. E. corner of the town. BURDINE&Co. Ponola, March 25, 1843. 3-tf Sale of Lots. NOTICE is hereby given, that, on the first and second days of May next, there will be sold to the highest bidder, cm the premises. FIFTY" TOWN LOTS, in the town of Ponola. These Lots are in the most high and eligible parts of iiiu luwii cnicuy ousinessiois and the title i3 undoubtedly good. Terms of sate ten per cent of the a mount bid, to be paid down the balance on a credit of one and two years, with notes and approved security. By order of the Board of Police of Ponola county Mississippi. J. C. ARMSTRONG, March 29, 1842. 3-tds rrgbate. Clerk. Fifty Dollars Reward!! RUNAWAY, from the Steamboat Belmont, at thetown of Bclmontin fyfYJ no!a county, the ne gro uoy i lljjUA, live feet 11 inches hiirh. copper colored, he has a hesitancy in his speech, is about 25 yPars old, and weighs al)OUt 170 lbs. When he left the boat, he wore a roundabout and oth er clothing usually worn by deck hands. 1 will give 25 dollars reward to any person who will deliver him to Capt. Wallace, of the steamer Belmont, or the same amount for his apprehension . 1 . . .1 '! fit anu security in me jail ot 1'onoia or any other County jail in the State, or 50 dol lars if delivered to me in Vicksbtir. JOEL H. WILLIS. Vickshurg.Feb. 27, 1043. .2-tf. 'pWO GIN-STANDS for sale extreme ly lovtoclosc a consignment, by . U. TYSON. March 22. 2-tf J. ITI A It S II A L Ij . clock k nnrcn MAKER, auf South side of the public Snitarr. Rrpnnitn Mi. A LL work in the alovc line, neatly -A-executed "and warranted. Grenada, Feb. 4, 1843. 5-12 m - r at ff?S JOHN. K. RAYCURIV. Cotton and Tobacco Factory Receiving and Forwarding Merchant, NEW ORLEANS. I Respectfully inform my friends, and the friends of Price, Johnson & Co., of New Orleans, and Johnson, Ray burn & Co., of Nashville, that the bus iness of those houses will be speedily closed, and that it is my intention to con tinue, in my own name, a legitimate Com misaion und Factorage business in this city, from and after the Isi day of Sep tember nex. I respectfully solicit a share of the business from the old pa -rons of the above houses. Being accli mated,! shall reside in the city jierma ncnlly,' and will give all business confi ded to my management strict and per sonal attention. JOHN K. RAY BURN. July23, 1C42, 29-6m. W4 1 1 i a in IS. Tyson. General Commission Merchant, No. 12, Commerce Street, Baltimohe. Having opened a House for the pros ecution of a general Commission busi ness, he will give particular attention to consignments ol southern anu western produce fnr sale in this market. In soliciting tho. patronage of his friends and the public, he need scarcely add that every attention &care to insure prompt itude in the transaction of any business entrusted to him, will be given on nU part. He begs leave to refer lb Mfrs. Kobb it Ho, ) " Wilson, WriKhti-CoJ New Orleans. :lr. Jno. II. McRae, 1 " A. S. Brown, Grenada. " Samuel Tool. Baltimore, Feb. 1, 1843. 5-1 2m day of September, it Weekly edition, ; the high toned jjiyralitytnfi'ect tn on a sheet of mammoth size, cxditding dependence ofwf Dollar Weekly, upon all matter of focal or (fafisitory inter all subjects, and Alt occasions. . SplendM est, and culctifafcd inairfly far Country j Tales, Choice KWys;' Brilliant Sket circulation. j j ches, hihJ tm infinite trtfiety of article The Trib!tne whether irt its Haily of joetry. Wit. Humor", and Intelligence or Weekly Editiun will fe tliat it ; will flil its varred columns gitiirg the name imports an imfirncbmg suppor- . bright nnd dark shades four bociays ter of the Peonle's Rfchts and Inter-1 ' sfaircndf.-ncv tfilf x; toward ests, in stern hostility to the errors of j reforfff, progress, 'noStimj;l enjoyment supernciai incorists, me inuucnces oi , fu frnppr.-irsa m cvr.rj umfg. nw unjust or imperfect legislation.. nnI the elet.itrn rrf rr.miy, and -thc grcafcrst schemes and sophistries of self-secliinz S Cowl of the "griMfeiit nnmlr. Tfus demagogues. It will strenuously advo- Cwopjimentary Notice of the wholw cate the Protection of American In- j American pres.. ntforlihc strongest cr- dustry against the grasping and to its ! wvnee vf m rtF mer'tr, tend the sarcs! blighting policy of European Govern- indicaiiwi J njrr.'f tolled success, ments, and the uncimal competition The IM)ar Weekly will he mnilfif which they force upon us, as also to subscribers in any wmlon of the worlil against the present depressing system for .$1 a ye.ir i tvk.irrrcr. ShcrifTol Panola co 5 Travis Rev Jos Thompson James TragueWm Wilburn Sandford Wilburn Mrs Mary Watson Thos W W a r il rou p Rich', I Williams D C 2 Williams Wm Wheeler Jackson Williams E B 2 Williams Dr W Tyson E II 2 Voss Wm Esq Wells A B Wilson W B Whitson Thos Wilson Jas R Wall D R Wilburn Wm WiUson Caleb Ward J B 2 Y"oum Andrew J i r 2 on si on 6 no h on 3 Hi :n I .")() : of) 8 cm io nn ." f4 1 874 '2 on" 2 2. 2 ro binhrt 40 l. moo lo oo 50 on Kal. I 1-21 1 tt)l bbl. bbl. lnz. bbl- lb. ack lb. 1,1. 1. keg. Cinc'i 4- I'ittib'g (R.S3 Seeds (lover, butbel 'J'iinotby, llerdN, Orchard, lllue (!ras., Stiw.is Cast, lb German, Phear, American Blister, m m n o a." 1 73 1 75 n ic 18 10 '45 .1 20 30 2 00 2 00 JAMES C ARMSTRONG, P. M. P.moln. Miss. March 31 1043. NoticA Taken tip by Michael MeKinney, one sorrel horse, flax mano nnd tail, blazed face, fourteen years old. Appraised to $25. DA VI D DUKE. Ranger Ponola Co. Mi. April 3, 1843. 4-3t-pr,s fee $2 uASGEtts notice. Taken up by Francis M. Sims, one bright bny4iorsc,a lew white hairs in the forehead, supposed to be ten of twelve years old, fouriecn hands high, and has the appearance of having been doctored for the big head. Appraised to ,$2o DAVID DUKE, Banger, P. C. April 3. 4-3t p f $2 lANGF,I?SNO TICE. Mercan tile Notice. nPHE undersigned would respectfully -- inform their friends and the public generally, that they have resolved on changing their modeof busio-ess. They will hereafter sell for CASH, and cash on ly, ut prices suited to the times. All those indebted to us either by note or account are earnestly requested tocome forward and make payment, as punctual ity on the part of our customers is indis pensable toour success in business. J. & A. K. ERWIX. Panola, Ma rch 1 0, 1 843. 1 tf SUGAR, Cofiee, Molasses, Salt, Window-glass, and domestic Dry goods, in store and for sale lew for CASH, bv U. TYSON. Panola, March 8, 1 iH3. 1 tf THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, Ponola cottntv. . ) David Bowcn, useofChris-1 tt. topher fetrong Allathinl Lorenzo Dow Evans. ) for $275. The attachment in the above case hav ing been this day retu rned, duly executed on the estate of Lorenzo Dow Evans, no tice is hereby given, that unless the said defendant shall appear, give special bail and plead in the said case, at or before the next term of the Circuit Court to be hold cn for the county aforesaid, on the first Monday ot May, 1843, Judgment will b FJB.TIAL.E SCHOOL. lIIE subscriber will commence the -- second session of his school in Grenada Monday Jan. 2d 1043. He will be assisted bv his lady and Miss. Catharine Sawyer. The qualifications of Miss. Sawyer as a teacher, arc of the first order; she was educated at Ml. Hoi yoke Fern. Sem. South Iladley Mass. and has given the highest satisfaction in her school at Oakachickima Miss. during the past year. The public may rest assured that the utmost attention will be paid to ail the young ladies in this school. The following arc the rates of tuition per session of five months Reading" Spelling Writing and rir!evs (Jeo--raphy , ' 10,00 ArithruMK irrainwiar And 01ney Geography, I'V0 History," l'hilosophv!, Rhetoric Botany .c. " 1",00 Fire dollars extra will be chared for I.aii"oa- References mny be made to the fol lowing, gentlemen ,0s patrons of the school. Dr. Snider, Dr. Gillespie, Maj. Whitaker, Col. Morten, Capt. Smith. Col. Howard, Maj. Bullock, A. C. Baine Esq., Col. - Abbott, Dr. Wright, nnd Messrs. Sims, Choatc, Berry. Coffman, Stevens, Keal, I. Melton J. Melton, M. Melton, Harbin, Baden, Gill, Taylor and Hunlcy. JOSEPH A. RANNEY, Principal. Dec. 10th, 1842. 49 5.m of State Prison Labor; it will advocate the restoration of a sound and uniform National Currency; and urge a dis creet but determined prosecution of Internal Improvement. The Retrench ment, wherever practicable, of Gov ernment Expenditure and of Executive Patronage, will be zealously urged. In short, this paper will faithfully main tain and earnestly advocate the Princi ples and Measures which th-3 People approved in devolving on Whig States men the conduct of their Government. But a small portion, however, of its columns will be devoted to purely Polit ical discussions. The proceedings of Congress will be carefully recorded; the Foreign and Domestic Intelligence will be early and lucidly presented; and whatever shall appear calculated to promote Morality, maintain Social Or dcr, extend theblessings of Education, or in any way subserve the great cause of Human Progress to ultimate Virtue, Liberly and Happiness, will find a place in our columns. The Weekly Tribune will be pub lished cvry Saturday morning, in quarto form, on a very large imperial sheet, (31 by 32 inches,) and afforded to subscribers at TWO DOLLARS a year. Six copies will be forwarded a year for TEN DOLLARS, Ten copies for FIFTEEN DOLLARS, any larger number in the latter proportion. Pay ment in advance will be invariably re quired, and the paper stopped when ever the te rm of such payment expir cs. Subscriptions are respectfully soli cited by GREELV& McELRATH.30 Ann-st All letters lobe fuhfrcsseif fnr DERRICK & .ROPTC&'. 102 Nassan Street. Ncr York City, 8 00 10 00 4 00 5 00 1 50 3 00 2 00 10 2 00 4 00 2 .10 37 2. 37 12 ' Taken up by John McGaritv, one hay "ii.. n i r" . ... t . i i t .1 r.. t m.y, u. .er ,cwM,w, ,-u, entered against him, and his estate so at her right car cut or bit off. Appraise" ,;u t. ,n Av. r - nivinnncR r?l L. tached will br; sold. Y itness, Davtc NK'W OKLKAXS MOXEV MARKET. par a prem. "0 a 55 dis. Specie Vnited States Notes United States Treasury Xote3 J a I pr. ct. dis. American Gold I a J prem. Mississippi Union Popt Notes 80 a85perdol. Agricultural, Natchez 50 a 55 on the dol. Arkansas State Itank a W Arkansas UealKstaw Bank 50 a fiO il: ama Tennessee ( incinnati Qoath Carolina, -orth Carolina 'eorgia ntucky Iniluina State Hank Illinois Stat3 Bank jank of IHiisiana ' Citizens Bank Commercial t'ity Municipality .Vos 1 &, 2, " .Vo 3, At2hafalaya do Improvement Bank do Bank of Of loan. . 12 a 50 1 a 3 1 a 5 1 a 3 do dis do do dis, 5 do do do do 2 a 5 dis. 65 a 70 dis. par. a - 14 a 16 dif. 18 a 20 do , par par a par a 12 a 14, 11 alGdo 53 a 57 do. 73 a 75 dis 55 a tiO do 55 a 60 do Notice. Persons who have taken up strays are notified not to deliver them up with ut a certificate from me of the nav'nt costs. DAVID DUKE. to $40. DAVID DUKE, Banger , Ponola county. April-3. v4-3t p f $2 KJfflTEIFSTTOflCE.- Taken up by HcZekiah Rhodes, one bay mare mule, four years old, four feet eight inches high, black streak along her back nnd one across her withers. Ap praised to $50. DAVID-DUKE, Banger, Ponola county. April 3. 4-3 t i of all HANGERS NOTIUET Taken up by Wm. Keith, one chest nut sorrel mare, white face, feet all white, twelve or thirteen years old, four teen and a half hands high. Apprais ed to $ 25. DAVID DUKE, Banger, Ponola county. April 3. 4-3 t p f $2 BANGEIVS NO TICE7 Taken up by Aroh Pitts, one bright bay. marc, four years old, blazed face, left fore foot and right hind foot white, fifteen hands high. Appraised to $40 DAVID DUKE, Banger P. C. April 3. 4-3 t p fee 2 " EANGEIVS NOTICE. Taken up by A. G. Ellis, one yoke of oxen, one red, fith white flanks, points of his horns sawed off, marked swallow fork in the right ear and crop aad under bit in the left; the other, black sides, white back and lielly, points of his horns off, marked crop and underslope in the right ear and crop and under b'u in the left each about eight years old. Appraised to $47, 50. DAVID DUKE.72. P. C. April 3. 4-3 w ? fee $2, 40 David IJoyd, Clerk of said Court, this 9th dav of March, 1843. DAVID BOYD Clerk. Miller & Smith Atl'ya P. Q. l-4w Gin-making & Repairing r IIII . subscriber, thankful for the pat ronage he has heretofore received takes this Method of informing the plan ters of Ponola and the adjoining counties that he is prepared to execute orders for making and repairing cotton gins, cotton thrashers, wheat thrashers and fans on the shortest notice and on reasonable terms. He is also ready tocxecute tur ning in iron, steel or wood. He hopes by close attention tobusines.Mo merit a share of patronage. His prices shall be as low as those of any other shop in the country. He may be found at all times at his shop in the eastward, Grenada, twodoors east of Mr. Berry's Blacksmith shop. JAMES ROSE. N B. All work or repairing warranted. Grenada, Mi., March 9, 1843. 1 tf - George IV.. Berry, Saddler and Harness Maker. r uIE undersigned would respectfully inform his friends and the public, that he is al ways ready at his shop on the Square in the TTnI-. 1X7 !" -1 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 I2m JUST RECEIVED. A fresh tuonlv of DRUGS. MEDI xV- CINES, PAINTS, DYE STUFFS & OILS, just received by DR. WM, M HAXKINS: consisting in part of the following articles, viz: iurkey Upium Magnesia Iiobelia Creocote Composition Jalap Quassia Caetor Oil kpts. Lavender Lilly Root Sots. Nitre Rose Pink Spanish Brown Turkey Umber Martis Martial Indigo Alum Copperas. Scales and Weights, Syringes, Obste trical instruments, tooth instruments, best thumb and spring lancets, Pocket cases and Cupping-glasses Tooth-brushes, Nipple-shells, Trusses, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Hops, Nutmegs, Cinnamon, Cloves, white Wax, Tobaco line ruie Powder, Percussion-Caps,Chalk Snufl, Glue, Gum-Shellack and Ink in fact every article mostly needed by Practitioners of Medicine or Planters. Kr DRUG STORE one door south of Williamson (Co's. dry good store. English Calomel Rhubarb Aloes " Iodine Musk Sugar of Lead Gum A r rabid Gentian Sweet Oil Varnishes Balsam Coptcvia Paint Brushes Venitian Red Crome Green Crocus. Crom,e Yellow Madder Salt Petre The subscribers propose to publish a periodical with the above title, devoted to the investigation of. Human Physiol ogy, Physiognomy, Pathognomy, Astho- nomical and Human Magnetism. Hav ing made these subjects matters of seri ous and patient investigation for some lime past, and considering tho increasing- attention which has lately heen giv en to them by tbe learned, both in this country and in Europe, it is believed that such a periodical is called for, and that it will meet with liberal encourage ment from the lovers of science, in this and other countries. One object of this work will be to ex cite and encourage a spirit of inquiry, and to assist iu such investigation as may tend to settle the following, among other similar questions; 1. That the magnetic forces not on ly pervade all matter, but that everv living being has a peculiar magnetic na ture. 2. That these forces are the means of motion and sensation. 3. That every Mental'and Physical organ, and every muscle has its corres ponding magnetic poles. 4. That the magnetic forces from the' different organs which terminate in the face, und by means of which the va rious expressions of Fear, Hope, Love, and Anjrer, etc., are expressed in tho I countenance, & the muscles k limbs ate . i a be exci- A NEW SERIES OF TEMPERANCE Tit i?a A. .1 Itl lJ. , , . , . -II By T.S. Arthur, author of "Six nights j ma;le " ,nc uuman ' 3 tv',.. 5. Thnl these organs may ...,. i,am. Biu . lcj stately, or their action modified The extensive, and still increased sae,, 5sill, n9 ,ie condition of the and the wide spread popularity of Mr. rw.uirCi A .il.ii j HVi n trrKtc u;it Ii t lir V ncliinrr. i . . tomans, 1 and the urgent entreaties rii:t mnTnol!f nnturt is rnv .......... . - ..... . B - tains ui i i I. i...... t..:i-',.ir.,K,l ... .it, ' .1 trt i tlllUI l nxuiini iv 1 131. 1 1 , unvj many Jisungusneu leaaers in inc i cm-, . ,,,.. , ,rom one ncrson to au. perancc cause, have induced the bub- . senbers to make an arrangement with j A , fl wml t,R.so ,aws that admirable writer to furnish another j ,hc uum on nd funttlion, of series of Ta es from real lie. h dilferctil organs the location of the These Tales will be publish i in sixteen !cor ldi lhe Moilla, anJ weekly numbers, at the low price of six , . I , unu u ijimriur uuiuk per uuuiuer, jiemij stiched up in handsome covers suitable The su')scrilcr has been engaged for c- .,.o' . V .,u ' some ume in a iwr.-e ui ningiieuc cere- ri I' i i uiiuii m J utvou nnu time I , t read the former scries of Mr. Arthur's braI cxpenn.ents, tbu results of which Temperance Tales, it need not bo said S x 119 ho 'lve,, towards dem- tbatihe forthcoming criek will be not onstrat.ng thc-e a.sunipt.ons, and if ihey only deeply interesting, but will bo cal- f.ho" Provc f. U ,ruc;' al.' mus,1 atdnm culated lodo immense service to the lhat they are Immensely .mportant, tj, great cause which they arc designed to ch so as any discoveries ever made promote. Like tbe 4x Nights w5th ! illustrating the Physical or Mental na- the Washingtonians,Mthe subject will be tu? ol Mfts .,, , . drawn from real lire, and it will be the fhe will be i.ius-ralcd oy nu- object of the Author to depict the hor- mcrous "Braving, some of which arc rors of drunkenness in all its varied & pow ready or use the whole render-, appalling forms, as exhibited in differ- ,n thc wtor"c n-S Merest, ent classes and conditions of society, d eT orl ,y -f ?ron"Ps .as well as to show thc remedial means j V'""", . "u c,inc .i , i, t r.. wisn io unuersianu iiw mysicncs oi nu- wnicn lemncrancc associations lurnisn. , . ... i i- i m rfc man nature. I he plates Will be of spe- ln accomplishing this object, Mr. Ar .... ... , ., ... ' thur will bring tobU aid V same a- c"? Uljcr?s? xnto as they will not cute observation the same truthruldc-i'y phenom lineation, thc same clearness of narra- c,nU heretofore unknown, or not under live, and the same lofty morality, which ! f blj,ln,e or "'rc V11 .to . Bven hnA us K.O.,.tM..t designating those features in the human imiu U1UIIVV.U ilia luiiiii uuuuiiii, . . , J and it may be confidently predicted that, j ce where the magnetic courses ter through tk ihnuence he will thus ex! Inlnal(: froni the dllFcnl t8101 ,anJ crcisc, niuny an inebriate will be rescued from thc flings of thc destroyer. lhe price ol these Tales is purpose mental organs, a thing never before known; and thus will be seen thc only true explanation of Physiognomy ever Grenada Feb. 4, 1843. i-tf. (r Goods at first cost. -CO rTHE subscriber, anxious to sell off his present Stock of Goods before re newing again, offers to sell hisg-oodsnow on hand, at first cost. JOHN E. TOWNE3. fCoffeeVille, March 13, 1043. 1 tf XBW YORK WEEKLY TJCIBUIYE. PROSPECTUS THE Publishers of Tiifi Ntwr Yon'n 'EiBUNE,cncou raged by the gene rous patronage and hearty approval which lias heen extended to their Dai ly papdf since its establishment, and which7.) ready renders it tbe second in point" of circulation in the city, pro pose to publish, on and after the 10th ly made very low, that they may be , B,vc." . u ' " a wou , brought within the reach of all persons, i Jv,ork s,ia11 xvuh n.cw ? v.a,ua' and it is confidently hoped that all who ! b,lc V?,a ,n fery qucalion relating to desire to see thc Temperance cause i .U1 1 lca' ema., anu lagneuc - id in their circulation. wrcs oi man; explaining tne pnenome- na ot aieep-waiKing. oomnamuuiism. Monomania, Insanity Madness, Dream ing and Manaticism; thc whole design ed to exhibit tho claims or these sub jects oii the attention of the candid, and to assist them in ascertaining how far Magnetism has been, or may be, Used fts a medical agent. 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