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jiCr er COMMERCIAL. Toiaola liricrs Current. AHTK'I.KS. (coitt; ectku weekly,) 1'ko.m To per blil. Arri.r.--, (Jrern, per bll. Dried, pet bushel Jt njiii.vj, Kentucky, per yaril, jtw.K Hopf, Kent irky, per lb. Hi;ttkb, fresh, per lb. HtcuN, ln rniiml, per lb. (.'ottos, pef lb. I'amiI.is, Sperm, pr lb. Coinpoition, Mould, Cnnroi.ATG, pur li. Cof.kkk, Havana !rreii and Ri J a v.i, Ck tinv;.--, per lb. Cui tst:, per lb. 4'okn, Per b isliol, 1'i.uuk, per barrel, K I I. 1 V. 1 . K, .Mill rucrri .,i. Clan, c by Hi, per hox, do 10 by l, Ikos, liar, per lb. " -Slab, M'i.a?sf.SP"S!11(" Mr.u., per bushel, Naim, i'erlb. Or1, Sperm, pergllni l.inceil, Pork, per lb. rowiK,per II). IVrrKit, per ll. fiic-F, per Slviars, Hnrvn, perlb do Loaf, Sor, Ihr, pea lb. Sricr, per Jf. Silt, Coarse, per Jack, (Ui I'ine, do, Whiskey p.-r gallon, M km Pons, per bbl. PmMr, f , r. n, I.imi: jer bbl Ton to. ,S'ct. $CTS. "I .VJ U 01) 0 00 0 00 :o 0 ot) 0 10 11 0 2(J 0 0 0 4? 0 G :t o cm .17 J 0 50 01) 0 00 (K) 0 00 11 0' 15 0 0 00 7 0 8 00 0 00 .'17 0 50 4 00 0 00 4 50 . 00 5 00 C -00 8 O 10 1-2 0 00 .-J7 0 50 50 10 0 1-2 0 00 0 00 0 00 0 00 none 50 0 6i 37 0 00 H 0 10 (5 0 9 '22 0 25 12 0 13 :i7 o oo 2 50 2 75 4 00 0 00 n o 50 o no o oo 0 00 0 00 0 0 00 0 00 0 00 121 0 50 GIN MAKING, a n (1 It c i a i r i n . TYPE AT RED UCE D PRICE V. George Bruce & co. Type-founders at No. 13 Chambers St.. near the Post Of- i.ce,iN. lorn, r avc on nan.i.an unusual- The subscriber lx-s leave to Inform lylargestock of their well known print- , the Planters or Ponola and the ndjoinin" ing Types, Ornaments, Borders, Kules; counties, that, having permanently locn" &c. of the best metal, cast in original i ted in the inwn r.r Pnnnh l,P 'i nr. matrices, and accurately finished ; nil of J pared to make to order. Cotton Gins of which they arc determined to sell at j lnc first quality, on the planofGaiswoLD Src'a,'v educed prices, placing the Book j & Pratt. lie has several or that and Newspaper fonts as follows; J make now on . j fop . . , he will warrant, as well as thoseofhis own make, equal, if not superior to any now in use. lie is also ready to re pair any Gins on the shortest notice, and will warrant the work. Those persons who may wish to see specimens of his work, can do so at 1 he plantations of Mr. II. W. Middleton and Mr. Edward Davis, Ponola county, Mr. James Morris, Lafayette co.. and Mr. David W Dicl person, Yalobusha co. XV mms axil 3 Pica Small Pica Long Primer CD Bourgeois Brevier Minion -Nonparicl Agate Pearl - at 32 ctsalb. 34 36 40 4G 54 CG GG 120 do. do. do. do. do. do. do. do. For approved paper at 6 months, or at G per cent less for cash. Wood Tvpc, J.'JIARS II A CLOCK k IFF II South sidctje public ALL work in the alloveje neatly fYrfMirrl mA .. , I vvucvu ciuu it ur remit Grenada, Feb. 4?1843. B-12 in Cotton and Tobacco Factoileceirins and loncardivg MchnL C si ' all matter of local or transitory inter est, and 'calculated mainly for Country circulation NEW ORLEANS. I IRespectfuHy inform my finds, and the friends of Price, Johfn & Co., rf New Orleans, and Johon. Rav urn & Co.. of . Nashville, A tho bus- day of September, a Wkeklv edition, ) the lugli toneu moral y, anu jicli au- on a sheet ol mammotn size, esciuumy v. an suiijects, ana an occasions. ui.ui-. Talcs. Choice Essays, Brilliant Sket ches, and an infinite variety of articles The Tri'dune whether in its Daily iof poetry. Wit. 'Humor, and Intelligence or Weekly Edition-will le what its i whJ tin iw raricq columns m p, name imports an unflinching suppor- j bright and dark .shades of our Social &ys terof the People's Rights and Inter-; tem. Its grand tendency will betownnl ests, in stern hostility to the errors of j reform, progress, individual enjoyment superficial theorists," the influences of . and social happiness in every Hung, the unjust or imperfect legislation, ami the 1 elevation of luany. and "the prcatesr schemes and sophistries of self-seeking jgood of the greatest numlxr. 1 rus demaTOTiins. It will strenuously ;h)vo- j Compliaien.ary Notice of the whole catc the Protection of American In- ' Americas press, afford the strongest ev- dustry against the Erasmus: and lo us blinhtnifi jness of those houses will Printing Ink. Presses, Cases, Galleys, j Gen. Jno. Rav burn and Col. T. B. iiill Brass Rule, Composing Sticks, Chases, and other Printing Materials, furnished with promptitude, and at the lowest pri ces. Printers of Ncwspnpers. who publish this advertisement with this note, thre e times before the first of June, 1843, and send one of the papers to the Foundry, dosed, and that it is my intdon to con u.au uavu specimens oi me same work. mission and Factorage busfcss in this ror an work done, the lowest cash pri- hty, from and after the Isi y of Sep- uuuuiu. oniip in wiu i . lu. jemoer nexf. 1 corner oHhe town. A. II. BURDINE. Ponola, March 25, 1043. 3-tf Sale ofLots. "iVTOTICE is hereby 2ivcn.that.on ihrv will be entitled lo nnvment nf theip hill. first anJ second days ofMav npvf. on buying four times' the amout of it. I there wi" be SM to the highest bidder, New York, March 15, 1 043. 5-3w ! ?nthe premises. FIFTY TOWN LOTS, ! in fliA man C Ti 1 Tl T in in o iuuii ui i uiiuia. i nese lots arr- IVofice. . Persons who have taken up stravs are notified not to deliver them up with out a certificate from me of the pav'nt ofall costs. DAVID DUKE. resoeetfu iihare of the business from ons of the above houses. nated,I shall reside in the !icntlyt and will give all huiiess confi led to my management strk and per ponai auention. JOHN K. RAFBUN. July 23, 1842, 29-6n. speedily solicit a jo old pa -einr accli- ity pcrvia All letters to be addressed1 Co 1IHRRICK & KOfES, IG2 Nassaw Street, New Yctk CityV 3IiB2ilii I'riccvs C'lirrcisl. oorrectkd week r. aiiih i.h. pi-R s; :rs S; c rs llv.iMN-:, KeAtuckv, vu.-d I I 1(1 M ioini, ii in fiennan, 12 13 lalbi. I'.ii. i: Kpk, Kentirkv, (! 7 M:mii!i" 15 1H IIl-tti'.r, freob, poimtry, II) 12A 15 Crhnn 20 25 Uacov, lin' ro.ud, 5 If am?. Vt 7 ( OTTOS, 3 5 Candles, Spar:n 25 XI Mould 10 1-2 Cnoror.ATK, 20 25 J Cot FF.r,IIavniina, (Irc.-n it Rio 10 II J.iva, If, l?j Con ?.1f.ai., bi-li:l 2" ."7 ('ORV, ) -Af TINf??, lb 3 J 1'isii Ma:kerel Xo. 1 1,1,1 15 0!) If. 0T Ho. " 1.1 00 14 (;0 Ho. :i ir oo 12 oo Diird Herring box I 0.J 1 j5 lYou? -Ciiieinn'ti i,),), 3 -3 'Wirt's 3 50 i 00 ;i-ro i,KR k.- 7 50 10 00 Hav, lOillbs. i; 50 Ir.ov Il.ir, ll. 5 U ffoop 81 12 l.r. m, f 7 I.IMr, bid. fi-M 75 t.ri, lb. 5 5 M.ii.AfS!-'-, jr.ll. 20 221 N.wi.-i Noi'je-n lb. fi 7 rittsluiru; fi 7 On.i Urwd 1. I l i 1 35 Sp-v-m, wintsr 1 25 1 50 Tanmr's bbl 20 00 22 00 1rk Vklod bbl. G 00 8 CO Hulk 21 T'otatokp, Iri"h bbl. 50 75 i'or.TKit !.o,ulo;i doz. t 50 5 00 ritt.dnr? ' bbl- 8 00 10 00 Kicr, lb. 5 . r.J Salt Cround Ab!:n !ark 1 H7-1 2 00 I.ieriool bl'vva 2 25 2 50 Kanawha tr.i'bid 40 45 Sr.r.ins Spanish, . 1000 10 00 50 00 Sc.; a it brown lb. 5 G J-iist of Inciters, "Ocmninining in the Post Office at Pa--Inola. Mississippi, on the 31st dav of March. A. D. 1843; which, if not taken out by the 1st of July next, will be sent to the General Post Office as dead letters. Armistead Dr P II Anderson Thos P Anderson Geo P Anderson Robert BoydTJ BoboF rancis lioyce I ostcr -Co Busby Samuel 1 5 rooks XV m P 3 Brahan JnoC 2 Boyles Wm Cates Pleasant Cnldweil D D Childress DC Childress RuTus Dickon ; S II Davis Dr .las M Brahan Robert 2 Boyd David 3 Clerk Circ'tC't S Carr NO 2 Colcmnn R II Carroll Clark Crane Win Dennis Abraham Davis Dr Robprt in the most high and eligible rarts of the town chiefly business lots and the, title is undoubtedly good. Terms of sale ten per cent of the a- mount bid, to bo paid down the balancl' on a credit of one and two years, witla notes and approved security. By order of the Board of Police oil Ponola county Mississippi. J. C. ARMSTRONG, March 21), 1842. W i 1 1 i a in 12. 'I'tso ii , VJL.M-.UAI. VOMMISKI MnntrrAAT, No. 12, Commerce Street, .Baltimore. Having opened a House for the pros ecution of a general Connassion busi ness, he will give particular attention to consignments of southern and western produce for sale in this nirkct. In soliciting the patronsgcof his friends -tds Probate Clerk tne PUU'"IC ne ncci scarcely add that - tyery attention cc care t insure prompi- Fil'ij' Dollars Reward!! litude in the transaction of any business RUNAWAY, from the I-nt rested to him, will be given on nis Steamboat Belmont, m part, lie bejr.3 leave to reter to the town of Belmont in Davis Miss Susan E Davis Edward 2 Emory John, or Eager Dr Rnb't 2 Thos Williams Easo'n W T Evans SW 2 Erranton WmS Floyd Jno Fitzgerald Gaston I'osfer. Anfhcny c$-coGunn Mr Greer B II Garner S R Gregory Carroll II in ton James Hallam Jane Hastings Grer-n Harris Charles Hubbard Jno C Jones RovM W S Grayson Daniel Garrett E IT Grronhaw Wm Haley James Hallam G Hartsfleld W S Hibhlor Dr E B Hill Thos B Jones James Est of Jones Richard 10 lfl 10 45 3 20 30 2 00 2 no 10 00 5 00 2 00 1 00 2 50 T7 Jones David Lewis Wm Laird II Laird II & Co Miss Union Bank McGcc M II Marshall Ceo W Jones Terrell Littlofield Z LiMlefield F MeGnireS II Miller C 2 McGce J J Millikin John M'cGraw Cornelius McGce Mary P Martin R Merrill Mr Clarified 12 I,of, 121 Toiiacco K'ent'r.:Uv G -Virc;ia .15 ren"n;fs."e blrl. 2 Wiu.Ki fp.tiilM gnl. 10 Wirt' 25 White JiKAf orth-rn keg;. 1 75 ( Jkr Pitch's 1 75 f it . ss Sei:us Clover. bn li:d 8 00 Timot'iv, -I 00 IferdV " I 50 Orchard, 3 00 : iJbis r;ra??, 2 0!) SrFfi. (Vt, - lb ierrnan, z.t Sliear, 37 Vvir!ran r.listr, 10 121 .KV OUL.KAXS MOXEV MARKET. Nelon Saml II Nickle R H Perrine Truman Pat ton 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 l Smith Wm Nelson Dr II Oliver Ths Packer Jas Pankey Wilson 2 Redman ElizMi Russell Wm RuffinMrs MrgtN Rupe Wm Rogers Hiram Ruffin J F - 2 Shields & Thorpe Stevens Henry Stanford Lycurgus Stanley John Stone W E Stanton J & Co Ponola county, the ne gro boy NELSON, five feet 11 inches hi Mi. ropper colored, he has a hesitancy in his speech, is about 25 years old, and weighs about 170 lbs. " When he left the boat, he wore a roundabout and oth er clothing usually worn by deck hands. I 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 and security in the jail of Ponola or any other County jail in the State, or 50 dol lars if delivered to me in Vicksburg. JOEL II. WILLIS. VJcksburgFcb. 27, 1843. 2-tf. WO GIN-STANDS fWsale extreme ly low to close a consignment, by U. TYSON. March 22. o-tf Mtsrs. Kobb L IIge, " Wilson, WrishiiL-Co Mr. Jno. 11. McKne, " A. S. lirown, ! " Sji.mel Pool. ? Baltimore, Feb. 1, 1843 New Orlcaas. Grenada. 5-1 2 m Specie pnr a prem. 1'nited States Notes 50 a 55 din. United States Treasury Xot39 a I pr. et. dis. American fiold 1 a 1 prfm. .Mississippi Union l oftiNotes bO art.) per dot. Ai;rii'iiltur;ri, Xatehez Arkanaas Stats Bank Arkansas KaalKstate Dank Alabama Tpiincssc Cincinnati ojth ("orolina. North Carolina firorgla.. Krntucky Indiana State Tlank Illinois Siata Hank liank oX Louisiana Citizens Bank Consolidated, ;Canil Commorcial City Municipality .Vos 1 &, 2, 12 Atehafalaya do Improvement Bank do Hank of Orleans j5 on the do). do d'S do a r,0 a GO 50 a GO 12 a 50 1 a .1 1 a 5 1 a .1 a 5 G5 a par a 14 a 16 Id a 20 par par a par a a 14, II .. a n7 73 a 75 . a GO 55 a GO do dis, 5 do do do . do dis. 0 dis. SherifTof Panola coo Travis Rev Jos Thompson James . Tyson E II 2 Trngue Wm Voss Wm Esq WilburnSandford Wells A B Wilburn Mrs Mary Wilson W B Watson Thos W Ward roup RichM Williams D C 2 Williams Win Wheeler Jaekson Williams E B 2 Williams Dr W 'IS. do a lGdo do. dis lo do NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. S NOTICE. Taken up and posted by Alexander B. Porter, livings miles east of Pono la, one black horse, about six year3 old, ibout fifteen hands high, and has on three shoes. Appraised to $40,00. DAVID DUKE, Ranger,- Ponola county. April 15,. 1013. 5-3 w-p f 2d RAGEKSNOYWE Taken up by A. G. Ellis, one yoke of oxen, one red, with white flanks, points of his horns sawed off, .marked swallow fork in the right ear and crop and under bit inthe left; the other, black sides, white back and belly, points of his horns off, marked crop and underslope in the right car and crop and undcrbit iithe left each about eight years old. Appraised Jo $47. 50. DAVID DUKE.?. P. C April 3. . 1-3 y p fee $2, 4 Mcrcan tile IVoi ici-. lnlorm their friends and the public generally, that they have resolved on changing their mode of business. They will hereafter sell for CASH, and cash on ly, t 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 pensible to our success in business. J. & A. K. ERWIN. Panola, March 10, 1843. 1 tf SUGAR, Coffee, Molasses, Salt, Window-glass, and domestic Drv coods,in store and for sale low for CASH, by U. TYSON. Panola, March 0, 1043. 1 tf THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, POXOLA COUNTY. ) David Bowcn, useof Chris-) rs. topher Strong) Atlachm'l Lorenzo Dow Evans. ) for $275. The attachment in the above case hav ing been this day returned, duly executed on thecsiate of Jjorenzo 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 en for the county aforesaid, on the first Monday of May, 1043, judgment will be entered against him, and his estate so at tached will be sold. Witness, David Bovd . Clerk of said Court, this 9th day of March, 1 843. DAVID BOYD Clerk. Miller & Smith Att'ys P. Q. 1-4'w Ciiii-makiii & Repairing. r"TMIE subscriber, thankful for thepat--I- ronage he has heretofore received ","l:"') .. .1 !. sorrel horse, flax mane and tail, blazed I 'noa o iniormmg ,no p.an- face, fourteen years old. Appraised to f and the adjo.ning counties 825. DAVID DUKE. Hanscr lha,1 he 13 prepared to execute orders for Ponola Co W i making and repairing cotton gins, cotton April 3, 1043. 4-3t-prs fee $2 ! thrasher., wheat thrashers and fans on- terms. He isalso ready tocxecute tur ning in iron, steel or, wood. He hopes by close attention to business, to merit a share of patronage. His pric s'haU ba as low as those of ny 6ther shop in the cour.i-y. He may be found at all times at .his shop in the eastward, Grenada, two doors east of Mr. Berry's Blacksmith shop. JAMES ROSE. N B. All work or repairing warranted. Grenada, Mi., March 9T 1 843.- 1-tf George W. Berry," Saddler and Harness Maker. ' FuIE undersigned would respectfully inform his friends and j RINGER'S NO TICE. Taken vp by Wm. Keith, one chest rut sorrel mare, white face, feet all vhite, twelve or thirteen years old, four t'ten and a half hands high. Apprais ci to $ 25. DAVID DUKE, - Ranker, Ponola count i. Anril 3. 4-3 t P f $2 RANGER'S NO TICE. Taken up by Aron Pitts, one bright bav mare, four years old, blazed face, left fore foot and right hind .foot white, fifteen hands high. Appraised to $40 DAVID DUKE, Ranger P. C. April 3. 4-3 t p fee $2 The Yalobusha House. The subecriber begs leave to inform his friends and 4ir Kntertainment, at that large Sc commodioas house, formerly known as the Mansion limine, ia the Kast Ward of (Grenada on the business square. This house has been undergoing a thor ouu;h repairing, and will, in a short time, be en tirely comfortable. He is determined no pains shall be spared to render all who may favour him with a call thor oughly pleased ; and he hopes, from strict atten tion to business, to share a portion of the public patronage. ! LEVIN' LAKE. P. S. The road trading through, the Lnsl Ward of Grenada w in first rate order, and at the Hirer, there it one of the best Fori if Boats, and most attentive for t'man in Ike tnuntry. (j On the norUi tide of the rirer, two mitct from toim, take the left hand road. On the south side near the edisc of town, lake the right h and road. 1 4 9 JUST RECEIVED. Afresh supply of DRUGS, MEDI CINES. PAINTS, DYE-STUFFS & OILS, just received by DR. WM. M. IIANKINS; consisting in part of the following articles, viz: Turkey Opium Majrnesia idence of its real merit, and the surest 'policy of Eu rof can Gorern- j indication of unparalleled success. mcnts, and the unequal competition i The Jk,iiar eeKiy wm mai.e. which thev force unon us. as also S to suliscribers in nny porwonof the world against tho present depressing system for $ a year in ;idviTcC ot State Prison L.abor; it will advocate the restoration of a sound and inrfbrn National Currency; and urge a d.is- erect but determined prosecution o-fj 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 advoca;o tne rrinci ples and Measures which ths People approved in devolving on Whig States men the conductof their Government. But a small portion, lowcver, of its columns will be devoted u purely Polit ical discussions. The proceedings of I Cogress will be carefully recorded; will be early and lucidly presented; an-A whatever shall appear calculated to promote Morality, maintain Social Or der, extend theblcssings of Education, or in any way subserve the great cause of Human Procress to ultimate Virtue, Liberly and Happiness, will find a place in our columns. The Weekly Tuibune will bo 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 cxpir es. Subscriptions are respectfully soli cited by GREELY& McELRATH.30 Ann-st . m a - m T T ; NEW SEIilES Ub Tr-MriiKAiSu. TALES. , By T.S. Akthlu, author of "Six nights with the W ashmgtonians, ccc. The extensive, and still increased sale, and the wide spread popularity of Mr. Arthurs ''Six nights with the wasning lonians,'1 and the urgent entreaties of many dislingushcd leaders in the Tem perance cause, have induced the Sub scribers lo make an arrangement with that admirable writer lo furnish another scries of Tales from reallife. weekly numbers, at the low price of six and a quarte'r cents per number, neatly stiched up in handsome covers suitable for preservation. To those who have read the former series of Mr. Arthur's Temperance Tales, it need not be said that the forthcoming series will be not only deeply interesting, but will bo-cal culated to do immense service to the The subscribers propose lo publish v periodical with the alove title, devoted to the investigation of Human Physiol ogy, PlIYSKKiNOMY, PaTHOGNOMY, ASTRO NOMICAL and Human Magnetism. Hav ing made these subjects matters of seri ous and patient investigation for some time past, and considering the increas ing attention which has lately been giv en to them bv the learned, both in iu;s country and'in Europe, it is believed tint such" a periodical is called for, and that H vill meet with liberal encourage mcnt from the lovers of science, in this and other countries. One object c4" thfs work will be to ex cite and encourage a spirit of inquiry, and t assist iit such investigation as may tehd to settle the following, among other simUar questions; I. That vhe magnetic forces not on ly pervade all matter, but that every living being has u 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 basils corres ponding magnetic poles. . 4. That the magnetic forces from the different organs which terminate in the face, and by means of which the va rious expressions of Fear, Hope, Loc, . an'd Anger, etc., arc expressed in the countenance, & the muscles & Hm&s ai e made to obey the human will. 5. That "these organs may he cxoi t..d seneratelv. or their action modified by magnetism, as the condition of the patient mav require. G. That ibis magnetic nature is gov erned by laws peculiar to itself; and may be communicated from one person to an - 7. And as to what these laws arc. the number, location and functions of Ihc different organs; the location of the wiw:.--, i of the Mental and Physical organs, etc. The subscriber has been Ci.goccd for some time in a course of magnetic ceic bral experiments, the results of which go very far, as he lielievcs, towards dem onstrating these assumptions, and if they should prove to be true, all must admit that they arc immensely important, as Whitson Thos Wilson JasR WallDR Wilburn Wm WiUson Caleb Ward J B 2 Young Andrew English Calomel Rhubarb JAMES C ARMSTRONG, P. Panola, Miss. March 31 1043. J M. RANGER'S NOTICE. Taken up by Michael MeKinney, one j RANGER'S NOTICE. ' Taken up by Francis M.Sims, one bright bay horse, a few while hairs in the forehead, supposed to bo ten or twerve years old, fourteen hands high, and has the appearance of having been doctored for the big head. Appraised to $25 DAVID DUKE, Ranger, P. C. April 3. 4-3 1' p f $2 RANGER'S NOTICeT" ' Taken up by John McGaritv, one bay filly, all her feet white, "blazed face, an'J heriright ear cut or bit off. Appraised to $40. DAVID DUKE, Ranger, Ponola counti. April 3. 4-3 t p f $2 RANGER'S NOTICE. Taken up by Hezekiah Rhodes, ono bay mare mule, four years old, four feet eight inches high, black streak along her back and one across her withers. Ap praised to $50. DAVID DUKE, Rawer, Ponola county . April 3'. . 4-3 t pf $- 'lL'... ' -''". - ' : mot the public, that he is al ways ready at his shop on the Square in the 7 - - T 7 . IT 1 -, to execute, in workmanlike manner, anu at low cash prices, all work in the Sad dling and Harness making business.. Repairing done on the shortest nolicc. Grenada Oct. 27", 1-042.' ' 43, Vim Lobelia Crcocotc Composition Jalap , Quassia Castor Oil Spts. Lavender Lilly Root Suts. Nitre Rose Pink Spanish Brown Turkey Umber Martis Majtial Indigo Alum Copperas. Scales and weights, Syringes, Obstc trical instruments, looth instruments, best thumb and spring lancets, Pocket cases and Cupping-glasses Tooth-brushes, Nipple-shells, Trusses, Tcpper, Spice, Ginger, Hops, Nvrmogs Cinnamon, Cloves, whivrnv TV-do fine rifle Powd J'ercUssioivaps, Chalk s,V:.i,Glue, Gum-Shcllack and Ink in fact every article mostly needed by Practitioners of Medicine or Planters. Qr DRUG STORE one door south of Williamson Co's. dry good store. Aloes Iodine : r Musk Sugar of Lead Gum Arrabid Gentian Sweet Oil Varnishes Balsam Copccvia Paint Brushes Venitian Red Cromc Green Crocus Crome Yellow Madder ' Salt Pelre great cause which they arc designed to i lus;,, the Physical or Mental na- rnr.i-vr.Tn I I I MA 1 V I XI I TT IITC Wll II '-' the Washingtonians," the subject will be drawn from real life, and it will be the object of the Author to depict the hor rors of drunkenness in all its varied & appalling forms, as exhibited in differ ent, classes and conditions of society, as well as to show the remedial means tures of man. The matter will be t.tustialcJ oy nu merous engravings, romc of which are now ready for use, the whole render ing the work one of surpassing interest, and every way worthy of patronage from the curious and scientific, who i . i " . 1 .1.- c i which remperancc associations furnish, j plates will be of sPc In accompl.sh.pg this, object, M r. - . . inasmid. as they will not thur will bring tolns aid the same a,- ... t-z cute observation; the same truthful de lineation, the same clearness ofnarra- only explain many magnetic phenom ena heretofore .unknown, or not under stood, but one or more will be. given ,ve, u..u niu iuu, .nura.uy, wnu,.. - lhos(. foatures 5n U,e human . ... facc whcrc 1ho ,mcnotlc courses ter- and it may be confidently predicted that, through the influence he will thus ex ercise, many an inebriate will be rescued from the fangs of the destroyer. The price of these Tales is purpose ly made very low, that they may.be brought within the reach of all persons, and it is confidently hoped that all who desire to sec 'the Temperance cause flourish will aid in their circulation: Address, postage paid, GODEY & M'MICIIAEL,. Publisher's Hall, 101," Chcsnut St. Grenada Feb. 4, 1043. 5-tf. 03- Goods at first cost. -CO T1 HE subscriber, anxious to sell off - his present Stock of Goods before re newing again, offers losell his goods now on haud, at first cost JOHN E. TOWNES. Coffeeville March J 3, 1043. 1-tf rE YV YORK V E G Jv t V TKIBUIVE. TROSPECTUS. THE Publishers of The New Youk TRtBUNE,encouraged by the gene rous patronage and hearty" approval which has been extended to their Dai ly paper sin co its establishment, and which already renders it the second in pou;l of circulation, in the- city, pro posy 'to publish, ou and after the 10th THE GREAT AMERICAN NEWSPAPER DOLLAR WEEKLY: Edited by T.L. NICHOLS, published by Hcrrick& RopP5, No 1G2 Nassau St. New York. Every n;;,;Dcr 0rthc Dollar Weekly cop.Vrtins twenty-eight columns of choice reading matter, equal to one hundred & fifty duodecimo pages, illustrated from three to six splendcd original engra vings. Each volume of the Dollar Weekly, will contain one thousand four hundred and fifty six duodecimo pages, or fifty volumes of the choicest reading illustra ted by more than a hundred, superb en gravings, of scenes and characters in American life, by the best Artist. All for One Dollar. To give an idea of the "astonishing cheapness of the Dollar Weekly, tho Publishers have made the following es timates. The original matter of each vn'mmp. nt the most moderate nriccpaid to writers of established reputation, will cost not less than five thousand dollars; the bare composition, or setting of type, will cost two thousand, without -reckon ing rent, materials . paper, press work or incidentals, the Publishers incur an outlay of over ten thousand Dollars. The talent and character of Mr. Nichols, arc familiar to the American people, and a 'sufficient guarantee of the tcrling ability, the exciting interest." minate from the different physical and mental organs, a thing never before known; and thus will be seen the only true explanation of Physiognomy ever given to the world. In a word, the work shall bo filled with new and valua ble matter on every question relating to the Physical, Mental, and Magnetic na tures of man; explaining the phenome na of Sleep-walking, Somnambulism, Monomania, Insanity Madness, Dream ing and Manaticism; the Xvhole design ed to exhibit the claims of these sub jects on the attention of tho candid, and to assist them in ascertaining how far Magnetism has been, or may bef used as a medi', agent. In furnishing articles tor its' pages, the subscriber expects the assistance of a number of medical and scientific gen tlemen of the highest respectability in their profession. The Magnet will bo published otice a month; each number containing twen ty-four super-royal 8vo pages, with iv printed cover. Terms, two dollars per year, inva riably in advance. It will, in no case, lie forwarded until pay for it has been received. ' ' ' .'. 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