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IVited and published very WKDNEsmy at
three iwll.ui In advance. Pubacriber who
do not pay i;i advance, will invariably be charged
four dollars.
Advertisemen t inserted fur one dollar per
iqoare (of ten lines or lesn,) for the first insertion,
and fifty cents fof each sabsoqnent insertion.
Advertisements which exceed ten lines, charg
ed ten cents rer line for the first, and five corns
for each insertion afterwards.
Y fault Advertising. A deduction will be
made to those who advertise by the year to a suf
ficient amount to make it for the inteiest of mer
chants and others.
Advertisements out of the direct line of busi
nes of the yearly advertiser will be charged for
. leperately at the ordinary rates.
Professional cards, not alterable for the year,
containing ten lines or less ten dollars.
T e names of candidates for county offices will
be inserted for five dollars, payment always in ad
vance, aad State offices ten dollars. .
Election tickets will never be dolivered 'till
paid for.
Political circulars or communications of only an
individual interest, will be chargd at half price
of ordinary advertisements and must be paid in
Advertisements not marked with the number of
insertions will be continued 'till lorbid, and any
alterations made after insertion charged extra.
Advertising patrons will faxfor us by handing
in thefr advertisements as early aftftr ojr regular
publication days as convenient not later in any
caes if possible, than Thursday night.
All JOIMVOUK must be paid for on deliv
ery. Postage most be paid on all letters, or they wil
not he attended to.
The mail from Memphis arrives on ToesdSys
and Saturday?, at i o'cloc!; M. and departs im
mediately. The mail from Oxford airives on Tuesdays at
H o'clock F. M. and departs on Mondays at G
o'clock A. M.
The mail from Grenada, arrive! on Sundays
at G o'clock P. M-, and departs JYidays at 6 o'
clock A. M.
The mail from Carrollton arrives Thimda's at
f o'clock P. M., and departs Mondays at Go'clock
ttodcy's Tandy's Hook,
For isia.
trbltrr of Caste, JJashfert, anto
The Belles I.cttres.
I ODEY'S LADY'S BOOK having heen for
ro long a series of years, oniversally recogni
zed as the exclusive and indisputable guide to the
lair sex, tntn&twnoi tasie, raswwav
tire th only work conducted by distinguished
fewale authors,' who have won for themeelve a
high plsre among the guiding spirits of the age
the only work which in point of fact has been ex
cljiively dented to the ladies its favor with its
fv.r patrons has not been less remarkable than its
psrfett adaptation to their feelings and tastes and
fieir reqiiretnents. In entering opon a new year,
the publisher, without diminisbingin the least that
s-.erling av.d useful literature, which has so long re
silted from laying under contribution the native
C-vd sense and elegant fancy of our American r e
male writers, will, as each successive nomber ap
pars, present in the several departments of Liter
ature, Fashion, and Pictorial Embellishment, a
constant and ever varying succession of new and
striking features. Nor does he promise without
ample ability to perform. The best literary tal
ent, the best efforts of the most distinguished artists
ii the country-and, to crown as well as adorn the
whole, the most perfect arrangements for tha re
reption of the American. Iondon and Paris Fnsh
irif, far in advance of any other publication in
this country, enable him to assure the patrons of
t ie LADY'S BOOK that the forthcoming volume
will more than justify its well eamed title of the
Magazine of Magazines for. the Jadiei of our
It haspassed into custom to assert thatdres is
. n ma:ter of trifling importance, but this every lady
knows to bo utterly false.. Taste in dress is uni
versally felt to be the index of a thousand desirable
finalities in woman, while a deficiency in this res
pect always injures one in the estimation of stran
gers, and even of her intimate friends the beauty
of Ilelon a-i the wit of Aspasia, would hardly
commenJ to general favor an acknowledged dowdv
in dress. Hence the importance of an accredited
guide to the Fashions.
This useful office, already filled for fourteen
yean, with universal acceptance, by the Lidy's
Book, the publisher pledges himself to dischao in
future, in a style surpassingall his former efforts.
Tho ladies know perfect')' well that our M agazine
is the highest authority in Fashion.
No lady considers herself well dressed who con
travenes this authority, and, in our own city, m X.
York, Boston, 'Pal ti mora, Cincinnati, Iooisville,
Lexington, ft. Louis, New Orleans, Mobile, Rich
mond, Charleston, Savannah, and the other metrop
olian, cities of the varioUt States, the tasteful ;
Faihion Plate of the Lady's Book di t ate the laws
of dress. ' 1
In future the figures will bejthrown into tasteful
groups, displaying the graces of dress to the best
advantage, and the back grounds of the plates will
present interesting views, designed by the first
rate Artists.
As & further assurance of thorough excellence in
i this department, the poblishsr has secured the ser
vices of Miss LESLIE, who will illastrate the
Fashion Plates, in her.usual felicitous and graph
ic style, uniting a thorough knowledge of the sub
ject, with a clear, graceful and intelligible man
ner of trea ting it. Her descriptions are worthy of
the nroductions of her own glowing pencil, which
drew the earliest Fashion Plates for tho Ls.d;9 t
The pnblioher' correspondent in Pris Is pos
ciWl of such ample means of obtaining the real
and present Taris Fashions, and of transmitting
them iit rldvanca of all competitors, that the ladies
may continue, as they have always dona, to copy
from our plates what has received the sanction of
indisputable ton, the last, the newest, the beat fash
ions, fresh from Paris. ' .
- The arrangements for producing a most brilliant
and attractive series of Line and Mezzotint En
gravings are now complete. "' Pictures fresh from
the easels of our first rata American Artists, are
now actually In the hands of tha ablest American
engravers, the subjects embracing not only the usn
1 popular and domestic topics, but others which
we interwoven into the very heartstrings of Amer
ica nationality, treating as they do of stirring it
cjdeuts in the glorioai and heroic age of Amor-
. 3 , U'ith respect to the general literary and moral
, tone of the Lady's Book, for 1643, it will main
tain its umal consistent character of a domestic
and fashionable family magazine. ' While soch
contributors as Miss Leslie, Miss Sedgwick, Mrs
: lull, MrsEmbury, Mrs E F Ellet, Mrs Sigour
, Mn V Haward, Mn Seba Smith;' Mrs A
. .1 MrC Lee Ilentz, Mr Parsons, and
Mm S J !!!
cniuiaj their contribution, the j
beaotifu! and the nseful, all that charms the fancy
and all that mends the heart and guides the best
affections of our na tore, will continue to adorn and
dignify our pages.
The Jovers of historical romance, and those wlo
regard our nation's glory as the prima objects of
our nation's literature, will have their peculiar
tastes gratified by the contributions of Dr Robert M
Bird, the anthorof 'the Gladiator', 'Calvar &c
The admirers of Southern
1 - - i umitava s
Those who are partial to graceful
halant, gentlemanly story telling, will always
nail with pleasure the monthly return of N P Wil
lis, the mostpiqaant, lively and fertile of all mag
azine writers
The admirers of the high toned, moral and do
mt ticISouvelletto, will recognise with pleasure,
among-onr contributors, the name of T S Arthur,
author of 'Six Nights with the Washingtonians,'
etc. Contributions are also ready from the pens of
Professor Alexander Dallas Bache, late Principal
of the Philadelphia High School, Professor John
Sanderson, author of 'a Year in Pari, Professor
J ohn F rost, editor of 'the Young People's Book.
Oar limits will not gire us space enoogh to en
umerate the names of a tithe of our contributors.
Our list of foreign contributors is enriched with
tho names of
Joanna Bailie, Mary Russell Mitford,
Mary Howitt, Maria Edgeworth,
Hon.JtfrsC. Norton, Mrs. S.C. Hall,
recognised in Europe as the elite of British female
. TJte publisher's means of increasing the beauty
and valae of the Lady's Book are accumalating
year bv year. To his already inestimable list of
contributors, he is constantly receiving accessions
both at home and abroad.
His arrangements with respect to Oi:igisal
Paintixos, from soch Artists an
Rothermel, Frankenstein, Croome,
Chapman, .Vaclise, Huntingdon,
are now complete, and he numbers among the en
gravers whose services are constantly retained,
Taekcr, Smith, Warner,
Dick, . Sadd, . Elli-s
Ciasscn, Gimbredge, Jones.
His whole system of arrangements with respect
to Fashion Plates is now developed and perfected.
The Lady's Book will therefore continue to main
tain that proud pre-eminence in merit and in pop
ularity, which fonrteen years of anintermitted at
tention on the part of the publisher hasearnsd it
will still remain, as heretofore, the favorite of
the FAIR.
Godey's Lady's Book, 1 year in advance, 3
do do 2yrs both in advance 5
Two copies, one year, f
Five copies, one year, 10
Eleven copies, one "jar, ' 20
Publishers' Hall, 101 Chestnut Street, Phil'.
At Clinton Miss.
WILL commence the Fall and Winter ses
sion of five months on 3d of October next.
The faculty consists of Rev. Alexander Campbell,
thematic and Natorai ihiteoTiyT'ftSw'arf ric-t
ketl. M. D., Professor of Chemistry, Rev.C rar
ih, Professor of Ancient Languages; U. W. Mof
fit, Principal of the Preparatory department.
Tuition payable i advance,
rtimary division, per session. 12 00
Classical and scientific division, 18,1)0
Boarding and room per month 8,00
Students are expected to furnish their rooms
with bedding, furniture, tc. and procure their own
washing. Washing cfln be had in town at from
23 to 37 i cents per dozen.
The female Department, under the superinten
dence of the President of the College, assisted by
Miss. II. E. Gillespie, and others will commence
at the same time.
Tuition payable in advance.
Per session, in primary division, 1 2 00
in middle ' la
in high ". 1H 00
in music on piano, 2." 00
in music on guitar, 20 00
in painting, drawing, wax flowers, 15 00
Boarding and room per month, y
Hoarding and room, with fuel, lights, bed
dinirand room furniture, washing, &.C &,c.
per month, 11 00
Dr. Picket is expected during the win'ar to de
liver a course of lectures on chemistry accompan
ied with exneriments. for the benefit of both
By order of the Board : COWLES MEAD
' President Board of Trustees, M. C.
Clinton, Sept. 14, 1842 39 lOw
No. 90 Macazine Street,
IVcw Orleans.
Refer to,
Jno. H. McRae Esq. Grenada, Miss.
J no. D.McLemore Esq. Oakland, Miss.
J no. A . Binford Esq. Carroll comity, Mis.
Commission Wcrcljant,
Having a commodious Warehouse at the steam
boat landing, will pay strict attention to the Re
ceiving and Forwarding of Merchandise, C tton
fcc, as well as the sales of Produce or Groceries,
on consignment.
March 8th, 1843. 1 12m
TIOWferson 4- Co.
Commission Ulcrcliai as,
lo. 58, Lamp Street,
f7 tint tl a XTCI
CitV UULliAi0.
September 17, 1842.
37 4 m
A. "J? . Gray & Cam pbell,
Commission and For war ding
No. 4 lv New Levee Street,
Having engaged the services of Mr.
R. T. Bryarly, he, together with our
selves, will give particular attention to
the sale of Cotton, and the transaction
of business generally, for account of the
planters of North Mississippi.
NewOHeans, Pec. 5, 1842. S0-13w
JamcsXberiiatliy & Co., ,
- Memphis, Tesn, .
.-' Nkw Orleans,
-Otter their services o the public for
the sale of COTTON; Selling, .Receiv-
, tl IT
and Forwarding piercnanai
Wo have employed Mr. U. vv.icox,
ti k:. i.iinintnn( lit MlS-
wno win servo v:
.December 31, 1842,
f ,..
t '
win recognise with pleasure,amongourcorrespond
ents, the name of V Gilmore Simms, the novelist,
anthor of 'Guy Rivers,' 'Yemasses &.c.
Tl.... l .. . .
A. W. Armstrong
Commission, receiving, forward!:
Ponola, Mi.
April 22, 1843. 6-42m
National magazine
Graham's Iady's and Geii-
. m nsi ,
1 1 I'll ma u x magazine.
ii. Dana, vvm. cullen brvanti.
GRAHAM'S is the oldest and most populw
of the American Literary JVacazines. Th
nuuiber for Janaary, 1843. will be the first of the
35th volume. ' Its long and universally successful
career, from its commencement with a few lion
dred subscribers, ontil the present time, when it
has a circulation of fifty thousand copies a month,
is perhaps as good an evidence of its great and in
creasing merit as the publisher has it in his power
to offer. To his old subscribers, he trasts no as
surance are necessary of his determination to
maintain its present ascendancy over all the rival
periodicals of the country. The engagement, du
ring the past year, of snch men as Bar ant, Coop
er, Dana, Lonufei.i.ow, Hoffman, Mancub,
etc., of high reputation in tho literary world, as
regular contributors, in addition to a previous list
embracing many of the first names in the nation, is
a sufficient guarantee that the work will continae
to be the principle medium of communication be
tween ths best aathors and the publio. Among
tho attractions of the thirty-fifth volume, will be
veral Talks by JVr J. F. Cooper, Jlr Grattoj,
r Hoffman, Mr Herbert, Miss Leslie, Mary
Clarers,'1 Mrs, Embury, Mrs Ellct and Mi Ste
phens; poems by Mr Bryant, Mr Dana, Mr
Longfellow, Mr Street, Mrs Seba Smith, Mrs
Osgood, and Mrs Sigourney ; essays by Mr Fay,
Mr Jones, Mr Thukerman, Mr Poe, etc. etc,
Here follows a more full list of the names of
contributors, the most distinguished of the country
which we omit for want of room.
Graham's Lady's and Gentleman's Magazine
has been from u es'ablishment more than any
otner tiie lavorite periodical of the greater sex.
Though its plan does not entirely exclude articles
of the most important character, soch as have rai
sed Islackwood s and some other foreign journals
to their high influence and reputation, its pages
will be principally devoted to what is usually term
ed light literature. It will be distinguished from
other publications of similar aims by the literary
and artistic mentor its contents. While those of
other works are unknown qr anonymnns, the con
tributors to this are tlia most eminent authors of
ouraga and coantryj the v.ery cieators, founders,
of o'r National Literature. Especially is it cel
ebrated as containing the choicest prodactions of
the finest female writers of the time. Kvciv num
ber contains gems which maybe appealed to with
m.?e!iceii-'cx-Jl- riinlcual
Splendid. Embellishments. -
In the department ofEngravings it is well known
that Graham's Magazine has far surpassed any
periodical work ever published in this or any oth
er country. The highest ambition of rival pub
lishers seem thus far to have been to maiotain a
respectable imitation of the numerous costly and
beautifnl works of art with which the successive
numbers of this journal have been graced. In the
coarse of the succeeding volumes jnany important
new features will be introduced. Sartin and Sadd
the most celebrated Mezzotint Engravers in the
Union, and equals of the best in Europe, will con
tinue to furnish their exqnisite prodactions.' and
Ilawdon, Wright and Hatch, G Parker, A L
Dick, Gimbredge, Jackman, Jones and others, of
New York, and Dodson, Welch and Waters,
-Tucker and others, of Philadelphia-all among the
most eminent line engravers of the present centu
ry, have been engaged to furnish a succession of
highly finished steel engravings, superior to any
thathave hitherto appeared in periodicals. Among
the pictures that will be engraved for for the vol
umes in 1843, are several Original Paintings,
by Ingham, Inman, Cole, Thompson, Freeman,
r ranqumet, and other distinguished artists. I he
American periodicals have hitherto contained,
save in a very few instances, 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. Our Portrait Gallery. One of the new fea
tures of the coming volumes tcill be the introduc
tion of Portraits of the cootribotors to Graham's
Magazine, which of course, will include nearly
ail the eminent writers oi tne aay. l ne nn toi
amcwill include, from the burins of Parker, John
son and others, portraits engraved in the highest
style of the art of Mr Cooper, Professor Longfel
low, Maria Del Occidents,' Mrs Sigourney, Miss
Sedgwick, Mrs Seba Smith, Mrs Embury and sev
eral others-all from paintings executed expressly
for the purpose.
The Editorial Department will continue
to embrace notes on current literature etc, and re
views of all new American and foreign wor'K9 D
general interest or valae. The criticises of Gra
ham's Magazine are acknowledge jn all parts o
the country to be superior in e.umen, honesty and
independence to those any fontemporary.- In
deed, while a ITiarity of the monthly and quar
terly journal; nave become mere advertising medi
ums to; f0T the booksellers, in which every thing
l"in print' is indiscriminately praised, this period
ical is looked upon as a just and discriminating ar
biter between authors nd reader, in which both
have implicit confidence.
Graham's.Magazine will be published on the
first of each month in every quarter of I e Union.
The most distant subscribers will therefore receive
it on that day, as well as those who reside in Phil-
l adelphia. The proprietor being more desirous of
presenting the best and most oeautuui man tne
cheapest work in the country, and anxious to bring
it within the reach of all, offers the following as
the lowest terms at which it can be afforded
Turee Dollars per annum in advance for a sin
gle copy, or two copies yearly for five dollars, five
copies for ten dollars, eight for fifteen dollars, or
eleven for twenty dollars, fclabs famished as usu
al invariably in advance. Postage of all letters
to be pre-paid. GEORGE R. G RAH AM,
Dec. 7, 1842. . No 98 Chestnut St Philadelphia
George W. Berry,
Saddler and Harness Maker.
THE undersigned
would respectfully
inform his friends and
the public, that he is al
ways ready at his shop
on the Square in the
to execute, inffrorkmanlike manner, and
at low cash prices, all work in the Sad
dling and Harness making business.
D;,;,;ff n,. nn tK shortest not ce
- ... f lu uaii l'ty " w '
W. J. BIARSHAlili.
MAKER, and
South side of the public
Sauare. f2rfnla Mi.
ALL work in the aliove Hoe, neatly
executed and warranted.
Grenada, Feb. 4, 1813.
12 m
Groceries, Cheap for
a CASH, h
rpHE following articles, just
lyA- and will bo sold at low prio
rices. ,
LTest Brown Sugar, J 2 lbs. for $ 1 ,00
Best Rio or Havana Coffee 7 lbs for 1,00
Good Molasses 37 cents per gallon.
Caudles, Boston Soap
Surch .Tobacco
Raisins Rice
Sjices of all kinds Coarse & fine Salt,
together with every article usually cal
leJ Pr in the Grocery line.
HUNT & Co.
April 22. 6-tf
William II. T v s o 11 .
1 t r x i 7
1 TV 1 a t C. .
' ' Baltimore.
Having opened a House for the pros
ecution of a general Commission busi
ntss, he will give particular attention to
consignments of southern and western
pioducc for sale in this market.
In soliciting the patronage of his friends
atu the public, he need scarcely add that
etery attention &care to insure prompt
itude in the transaction of any business
entrusted to him, will be given on ni
part. He begs leave to refer to
j Messrs. Robb it Hoge, )
Wilson, WrightiCoJ New Orleans.
Mr. Jno. II. McRae, 1
44 A. S. Brown, Grenada.
44 Samuel Pool. )
Baltimore, Feb. 1, 1843. 5-12m
CJroccrics!! Groceries!!!
Cheap for
QUO All,
Pepper, . Gingoi
Madder q-c, &c. &c,
A. W
Apni 22, 1843.
Sale of IiOts.
1VTOTICE is hereby given, that, on the
-i-l first and second days of May next,
there will be sold to the highest bidder,
on the premises, FIFTY TOWN LOTS,
in the town of Ponola. These Lots are
in the most high and eligible parts of
the town chiefly business lots and the
title i3 undoubtedly good.
Terms of sale 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.
March 29, 1842. 3-tds Frobaie Clerk.
Hard-ware & Crockery.
A COMPLETE assortment of Hard
ware Ac Crockery, just received
and for sale low for cash, by
HUNT & Co.
April 22d. G-tf
JUST received and still receiving, per
steamers "John H. Bills" and 4Bel
mQiit,M a fresh and careful! v selected
consisting of every variety in demand
in this market, which will now be sold
extremely low forcaslu .
Those wishing to purchase would do
well to call and examine our slock be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Ponola, Apl. 22, 1843. C-tf
The subscribers are now receiving
from New Orleans a large assortment
of seasonable goods among which are
new styles ot trench rrintea juusuus
and Lawns, English & American Prints,
white, jaconet and striped Muslins, Fan
cy dress Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Apron
Checks, Brown & bleached Domestics,
Linen Drills and Cottonades, and a full
assortment of Boots, Shoes and Bonnets,
which will be sold at lower prices than
ever before offered in this market. .
. HUNT & Co.
' April 22 '- 6-tf'
sO LOTUS. Domestics, Merrimack and
VFall River Prints, Boots, Shoes, Bats,
and Bonnets &c. of every description,
just received and for sale low for cash,
by . :S , : A. W, AKMSiiiUiNtj. ,
A pi 22, 1843. - 6-tf
mVO GIN-STANDS for sale extreme
J- ly low to close a consignment, by
March 22,: " ' ' J ' t",- 2-tf
Rice, Salt,
for sale low
a n d It c p a i r i n gr.
The subscriber begs leave to inform
the Planters of Ponola and the adjoining
counties, that, having permanently loca
ted in the town of Ponola, ho is pro
pared to make to order Cotton Girfs of
the first quality, on the plan ofGaiswoLD
& Pratt. He has several of that
make now on hand and for sale, which
he will warrant, as well as those of his
own make, equal, if not superior to any
now in use. He 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 the
plantations of Mr. H. VV. Middleton and
Mr. Edward Davis,. Ponola county, Mr.
James Morris, Lafayette co., and Mr.
David W. Dickerson, Yalobusha co.
Gen. Jno. Rayburn and Col. TV B. Hill
also have specimens of the same work.
For all work done, the lowest cash pri
ces will bo charged. Shop in the N . E.
corner of the town. A. H. BURDINE.
Ponola, March 25, 1 843. 3-tf
POWDER and Shot, Lead, and a large
I assortment ol Uueen s ware and
ware, for sale low by
A pi 1. 1813. C-tf
Mercantile IVoticc.
r I M1E undersigned would respectfully
inform 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, at prices suited to the times.
AH those indebted to us either by note or
account arc earnestly requested tocome
forward and make payment, as punctual
ity on the part ofour customers is indis
pcnsible to our success in business.
J. & A. K. ERW1N.
Panola, March 10, 1843. 1 if
Criools at first cost. -CO
THE subscriber, anxious to sell off
his present Stock of Goods before re
newing again, offers to sell his goods now
on hand, at first cost.
Coffeeville, March 13, 1843. 1-tf
THE undersigned wish to inform the
Planters of Ponola and the adjoining
counties that they are now prepared to
do all work in the above line, on the short
est notice and in ihe best manner also
running gear can be had at our shop on
the best terms and of the best quality.
All work warranted not to bo excelled,
if equalled in the.State. Our prices shall
be as low as those of any shop for work
done in the samo style. Persons wish
ing their gins repaired will do well to
send them to the shop as early as possi
ble. We hope to merit and share a lib
eral patronage. 0r Shop on the road
leading from Charleston to Ponola, two
and a half miles north of Pharsalia.
G. P. HANKS & Co.
April 22, 1843. 6-12m
SUGAR, Coffee, Molasses,
Salt, Window-glass, and
domestic Dry goods, in store
and for sale low for CASH, bv
Panola, March 8, 1843. 1 if
- -
Fin j' Dollars Reward!!
RUNAWAY, from the
Steamboat Belmont, at
the town of Belmont in
trm hov NF.T.SON. fivo
n j
feet 11 inches hich.
copper colored, ne nas a Hesitancy in
hi3 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 V-icksburg.
Vicksburg,Fcb. 27, 1843. 2-tf.
Gin-making & Repairing.
THE subscriber, thankful for the pat
ronaffo he ha 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 Jan3 on
the shortest notice and on reasonable
terms. : He is also ready to execute tur
ning in iron, steel or. wood.' He hopes
bv close attention to business, to merit a
share of patronage. His prices shall be
as low as those of any other shop in the
country. Ho may be found at all times
at his: shop in tho east ward, Grenada,
twnHnnra rastof Mr. Berrv's Blacksmith
shop. V JAMES. ROSE.
' N B. AH work or repairing warranted.
Grenada, Mi., March 9, 1843. Utf.
CASTINGS and Hardvyaro of every
description in store and for sale low
for cash by AV W. ARMSTRONG.
April 2"2d, - C-tf.
TEN N ESSEE. Bank of Tennessee at ,
Nashville. Tens, letter A, datrd 23d,
June, 1838, payable at twelve months"
whole appearance had. Tens, letter
A, dated April the 9, 1839, Henry Ew
ing, cashier, (written Enug.) N. Nich
ol, President; any person the least ac
quainted with Bank? notes can detect
them at a glance.
Farmers axd Merchants Banc
100s altered from 5s, easily detected.
ALABAMA. Bank of the State of
Alabama, at Cahawba. 1 00s, letter C.
payable to W. Tate, dated Dec. 20,
Branch of the State of Alabama,
Branch at Decatur. 100s altered from
5s, can be detected by holding them, up
to the light.
State Bank of Alabama at Tuscaloo
sa. 50s, spurious; signed by S. Clay
ton, President. There is no such ofl!
ccr; besides the genuine notes read,
Bank of the State of Alabama.
LOUISIANA. Bank of Orleans; 5s,
old plate ;.he paper is of a bluish cajst,
dated between January 1817, and Dec.
1823; 5s, letter L; size of tho note lar
ger than the true bills, and the paper ,
of a dirty reddish cast; 10s, old plate
the paper is of a reddish cast, dated
previous to first Jan. 1817 50s, 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; vignete in imitation of that of the
tens of ihe patc signed W. M. F. Saul,
cashier: 100s, old plate,pajer of a bin-,
ish cast, dated between Jan. 181 7 and
first Dec. 1823: 100s, letter K, paya
ble to and endorsed S. Jaudon, dated
Philadelphia, 4th May, '31.
Bank of Louisiana: 5s, letter P. pay
N. Girard, dated August 31 4. 4"
City Bank of New Orleans: 50s,
spurious, signed Samuel J. Peters, Pres
ident, and Richard Clague, Cashier;
badlv executed: 100a, altered Irom
lives and lens, payable at the tmon
Bank, New York; they arc said to be
well executed, and calculated to deceive
those not familiar with the genuine
Consolidated Association, N. O. 500s,
altered from 50s: The. genuine 500s
ere printed on rose colored paper, tho
50s on yellow paper.
lSxcMigc-and- Banking. Co., N. O
letter A, payable to J. Lhlhngcr,
various dates, miserably executed:
100s altered from tens; may be detected
by the difference in the vignette of the
genuinennd altered bills
Merchants Bank of N. O. 50s,' al
tered from 5s;on the genuine $50 bills
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- '
Roman characters.
New Orleans Canal and 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 either
side, and a female supporting the canal
works. '
NORTH C A RO LI N A .--Bank of Capo
Fear, at Wilmington; 3s, payable to
Samuel Craig, Jan. 1819; 5s, letter C,
payable to 1. A Biurn, dated 1815; 5s,
letter I), pay J: Adams, dated first Jan.
M5; tens. letter C, payable to G. B. R
Silby, dated Nov. 3, '14; tens letter C,
payable to J. Smith, dated 1st. Jan. '15;
tens, letter C, payabJo to Adams, dated
Jan. M5;. 503, letter A, dated firstJan.
Bank of the State of North Carolana.
One's and two's altered to lens, letter
B,pay toT. Nash, July 2, '20; two's
letter D. payable at Raleigh to R. Smith,
dated 21st. July, IC17: OrFivcs, tens
and 20s may be detected by observing
that on the right hand side and the on
top of the bills, there is a" stamp of a dio
with 5, 10 or ZV. as il may ue, naving
around it 22 small circles or dots in the
genuine, but tho bad notes have but
20; generally payable to H. Collins.
GEORGIA. Bank of Augusta, at Au-
irusta: 203, letter u, payaoie io jona
Sonders, dated 3d, January 1 8, Augus
tus Moore Cashier, Thomas Cummtng,
Bank of the State of Georgia: Fives
payable to Jno. Balfour, A. Porter Cash,
ier; engraving coarse, signiture., well
imitated: 20s letter K, payable to Sr
Hall, dated , Savannah, Oct, 27th, '21.
'24 and '25: 20s, payable to S. Ileal, at
ihe Augusta branch, Oct. 27, '21, '24 '
and '25. ; - , - ;- '
. Planters Bank of Georgia. Tens, Id
ler C, payable to J. Minis, dated Savan
nah, DecT 14, '15: 50s, letter C, payable
to P. Giierard, or bearer, dated - Feb.
1st, '13. ' :
ILLINOIS: Bank of Illinois: 20s
dated August 1, '30, pay J. C. Barber,
signed John ' Marsall, President, John
Siddull Cashier, engraving 'and paper
interior J'1' y' i r, ' : r I i
Cairo Bank at Kaskaskia: Twcjs al
tered to tens. ..... ..
, Suaweetown Bank,- 20s, '. '.paper
poor and bills smalVer than the genuine;
pay" W. E.;DoleVAugi 4, -39; vignette
ptcamboat and rail road cars in the dis
tance the word Shawneetow n at tho
bottom of the bill is semi-circular; pn tha
genuine it 3 straight.
INDIANA: State B;uk of Indiana;
100, nllerc'l !o WOs; tho true vignctty
f !
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