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T..M. Tackrr, Governor, 'till Jan. 1844. Jjow'is G. Galloway, Secretary of State. J. J. Matthew t, Xttdilor of lMie Accounts. Richard S. Graves, State Treaiurer. Jolui D. Freeman, Attorney General. , JCDIClARy. Juilga of Vie High Court of Errors and Ajcah : Win. L. Sharkey, Edward Turner, and A. M Clayton. This Court bas no jurisdiction except nh properly belongs to a Coort of Appeals. It sessions n& holdsn on the first Mondays of Jan and July at Jackson. Chancellor of Vie Stale.. Rorwrt II. Buckner. Clerk. R.L. Dixon. The Court of Chancery has jurisdiction over ; an pleas and complaints whatsoever cognizable in a Court ofEqnity, and holds two sessions an nually, commencing on the 3rd Mondays in April and October for the Oxford District, and January and July at Jackson. Judges and District A ttojineys of ihe Circuits Courts. Judges. District Attorneys. 1st, George Coalter, 1st, E. (J. Walkei, 2nd, B. F. Camthers, 2nd. G. F. NeilL 3rd, Charles C. Cage, 3rd, Stanhope Posey, tin, Aioert i. mown, 4th, u. l'eyton, 5th, Henry Monnger, 5th, John Watts, fith, If. S. Bennett, Cth, Hrnry Gray, 7th, John II. Kollins, 7th. F. Smith. fth, J. m. Howry, Pth, G. A. Wilson, 9th, Stephen Adame, 9th, J. W. Thompson 10th, M. I,. Fitch. 10th, R. C. Perry, llth, Van T. Crawford, 11th. J. T. Lamkin On What Monday Court ia held. First District. Bolivar, 5th Monday April and October. Claiborne, 4th do May and November. Warren, ' 3d do April and October. Washington, 2d do , do do Second District. Carroll, 2d Monday April and October. Choctaw, 4th do March aid Septem. Tallahatchie, 4th do May and November Yalobasha, let do - do do Third District. Adam, 4th Monday May and Novem. Jefferson, 1st do do do Wilkinson, 1st do Ap il and October. fourth District. 1st Monday May and November NEW YORK W KEKLF tjuiuuivjl.. PROSPECTUS. rpHE Publishers of The New York TBiBUNE,cncou raged by the cone rous patronage and hearty approval wnicn has been extended to their Dai ly paper sineo its establishment, and which already renders it the second in poim of circulation in the city, pro pose to puuusn, on and alter the 1 8t I day of September, a Weekly- edition, on a sheet of mammoth size, excluding all matter of local or transitory inter est, and calculated mainly for Country circulation. The Tribune whether in its Daily or Weekly Edition will le what its name imports an unflinching suppor ter of the People's Rights and Inter ests, in stern hostility to the errors of superficial theorists, the influences of unjust or imperfect legislation, and ihe schemes and sophistries of self-seeking demagogues. It will strenuously advo cate tne protection of American In dustry against the blighting policy of . u,v;;r: ,i" f 1 1 M-lu ine Hollar Weekly will be mailed '" l'u" u.s as aiso to subscribers in any portion of the world "5 AV : o 1 t ul-i'.IMa o yciii ior ft, i a year in advance of State Prison Labor; it will advocate All letters toh n,l.ir.B, to writers of established reputation, wil cost not less than hve 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 Iho talent and character of Mr. IMichols, arc familiar to the American people, and a sufficient guarantee of the . i i i . . . . lerung aoiuty, tne exciting interest, the high toned morality, and perfect in dependence of the Dollar Weekly, upon uu amicus, ana an occasions. Splendid Tales, Choice Essays. Brilliant Sket ches, and an infinite variety of articles of poetry, Wit, Humor, and Intelligence will Ml its varied columns giving the bright and dark shades of our Social Sys- ium. us grand tendency will be toward reform, progress, individual enjoyment and social happiness in everv tiling tho elevation of man V. and 'lhn fTinnfnct good ol the urcatest number " This Complimentary Notice of the ivhoI of American In- American press, afford the strongest cv grasping and to us idence of its real merit, and the surest European Govern- indication of unparallelied success. C'opinh, Ne "liobn, Newton, Scott, Simpson, Smith, Clarke, Greene, Jackson, Jasper, Jones, liaudtrdal, Perry, Wayne, Kemper, Lowndes, Noxubee, Octibbeha, Winston, Hinds, Madison, Rankin, Coahoma, De Soto, Lafayette, Marshall, Ponola, Tunica, Chickasaw, 1 tawamba, Mon oe, Tippah, Tishemingo, Pontotoc, 4th aft 4th 31 aft 4th 2d aft 4 tli 4 th 1st aft 4th do do do do do do do do do do Fifth District. Jd 3Iomday May and Novem. 1st 4th 2d 4th 1th 3d 2d do do do do do do do April and October. March and Sept. May and Nov. April and October. May and Nov. April and October, do do Sixth District. 4th Monday April and October 1st do do " do 2d do do do 4th aft 4th do do 3d aft 1th do do Seventh District. 3d Monday March and Sept. 1st , do May and November. 1st do June and December. Eighth District. 2d Monday April and 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 4th Mon. April and Oct. 3d Monday 4 th do 1st do 2d do 3d after 4th do do do do do do do do do do Tenth District. Attala, 2d Monday April and October. Holmes, 3d do do do eake, 1st do do do"' Yazoo, 1st do May and November. Eleventh District. Amite, 2d Monday May and November. Franklin, 4th do do do Pike, 1st do do do Covington, 3d do April and October. Hancock,' 1st do do do fiawrence, 4th do do do Marion, .2d do do do the restoration of a sound and uniform National Currency: and urce a dis creet but determined prosecution of internal Improvement. The Retrench ment, wherever practicable, of Gov ernment Expenditure and of Executive 1 zitronage, will be zealous! v urrrH. In - . mi m. mm short, this paper will faithfully main tain and earnestly advocate tho Vrnn pies and Measures which tha People uiT,u"-u uevuivmg on wnig states men the conduct of their Government. Tilll n r nil . : 1 . ui" ouuwi puruun, nowever, ot us columns will be devoted to purely Polit ical discussions.. The proceed irmc nt Congress will be carefully recorded; the Foreign and Domestic Intelligence wm oe cany anil lucidly presented; and whatever shall appear calculated to promote Morality, maintain Social Or dcr, extend theblessincs of Education. or in any way subserve the great cause of Human Progress to ultimate Virtue uiucny anu 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 inche?,) and afforded to subscribers at TWO DOLLARS a year. Six copies will be forwarded a I year tor llN DOLLARS, Ten conic for FIFTEEN DOLLARS, any large number in the latter proportion Pay ment in advance will be invariably re quired, end the paper stopped when ever the te rm of such payment expir es. Subscriptions are res nent flit? v nt; cited by GREELY& McELRATII,30 Ann-st All letters to be addressed to IIERRICK & ROPES. 1G2 Nassau Street, New York City. CALKXUAK FOR 1 841 Q Jan. Feh. March, 1 8 15 22 29 5 12 19 26 April. BOSTON NOTION AND OR A HAITI'S MAGAZINE, FOR ONLY $5,00 ! ! We have made arrangements with the enterprising publisher of Graham's magazine, by which we are enabled to offer their Magazine and the Boston No tion for one year, for only five dollars It is idle for us here to enter into a detail of the superior character of Gra ham's Magazine it has in one year ac quired a celebrity and extent of circula tion beyond that of any periodical in the world.. For the year 1842, the Maga zine is to be increased in the number of us pages, and other important and val uable attractions are to be added to it. The next pew works of BUI?WER, DICKENS, and JAMES, will be repub lished in the Boston Notion, quarto and folio editions. Heretofore, the works of these great authors have been almost entirely inaccessible to country readers, owing to the difficulties in receiving them in a book form. By subscribing for the Boston Notion. VOU will obtain thp wArlo i j w J IV of these master-minds at about owe tenth ot what they would otherwise cost you. A NEW SERIES OF TEMPERANCE TALES. By T.S. Arthur, author of "Six nights ,. with the .Washingtonians "&c The extensive, and still increased sale, and the wide .pread popularity of Mr. Arthur's "Six nights with the Washing tonians,' and the urgent entreaties of mauy distingushed leaders in the Tem perance cause, have induced the Sub scribers to make an arrangement with . ,,iC, lo 1ur11ii.11 anomer series ot lales from real life. " These Tales will be publish in sixteen weekly numbers, at the low price of six dim a quarter cents per number, neatlv sucneu up in handsome covers suitable lor preservation. To those w ho have read the Tonner series of Mr. Arthur's Temperance Tales, it need not be said tbat the forthcoming scries will be not only deeply interesting, but will be cal culated to do immense service to the great cause which they are designed to promote. L,ike the "Six Nights with the Washingtonians," the .subject will be uiawu irom reai me, and it will be the object ol the Author to depict the hor rors of drunkenness in all its variod V. appalling forms, as exhibited in differ ent classes and conditions of society, u wen as 10 snow the remedial means which Temperance associations furnish. In accomplishing this object, Mr. Ar- wiur wm bring to his aid the same a- cuie observation; the same truthful de ii, u buiiju clearness ot narra tive, and the same lofty morality, which have marked his former and it may be confidently predicted that! Ihrnitirl. I. tf . 1 .... ' ""rub" iiuiuunce ne wui thus ex ercise, many an inebriate will be rescued irom thejangs of the destroyer. ,1V i"' muse laies is Durnosp- May. June. July. August. SUBSCRIBERS TO THE QUARTO.! ly made very low, that they may be We Will furnish rnnipQ r.f ihr ! I 1 -1 ' maX De -- r - . .uHaaiiu iNOtion io. l, to all who may wish it a iew numbers only having as yet been published and the two volumes at the end of the year will contain 832 pao-es. a sneei oi conienis and title page to each volume. Upon remitting $5 to Mr. Graham, of Philadelphia, publisher of the Maga zine, or to the undersigned, a copyof the Boston Notion (quarto or folio edi tion) and Graham's Magazine for 1842, will be forwarded to you. The Quarto 'KT 1 I t mouon win oe sent you Irom No. I. if youwisn it. UliU. KUUIiRTS, Publisher of Boston Notion. (CT TANYARD. j$ rpiIE undersigned begs leave to inform his old Iriends and customers that he still carries on the Tanning business at his new tan-yard in the East Ward of Grenada Mississippi: whom h ua 1 PA!rH05nandualinds of tanned LEATHER, which he will dispose of ut prices corresponding with the hardness of the times. Leather will at any time be given for hides. - B. W. GREEN II AW. Grenada Feb. 18 1 843,-tf- urougiu within the reach of ail persons, nn.l aft m C I . 1 . . ' . iswiiiiuenuy noped that all who desire to see the Temperance cause flourish will aid in their circulation. Address, postage paid, GODEY & M'MICIIAEL, Publisher's Hall, 101, Chesnut St. THE GREAT AMERICAN NEWSPAPER DOLLAR JVEEKLY. Edited by T.L.NICHOLS, published ov nerricK v Hopes, Wo 162 Nassau St. New York. Every number'oflhc Dollar WM!u contains twenty-eight columns of choice reauing matter, equal to one hundred & fifty duodecimo pages, illustrated from inree lo six spiended 'original enr vinns SerTEjr. 12 10 2C 2 9 1G 23 30 7 14 21 22 4 1 1 18 0 Ifi 23 30 6 13 20 27 8 . 5 Q m f" O g g a: X w tj a & 2 3 4 5 6' 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 1G 17 13 19 20 21 23 24 25 2G 27 20 30 31 12 3 4 6 7 0 9 10 11 13 14 15 1G 17 10 20 21 22 23 24 5 27 23 12 3 4 G 7 0 9 10 11 13 14 15 1G 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 1 3 4 5 G 7 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 10 19 20 21 22 24 25 2G 27 28 29 j 1 2 3 4 5 G 3 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 2G 27 29 30 31 1 2 3 5 6 7 0 9 10 12 13 14 !lo 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 23 30 1 3 4 5 6-7 8 10 1 1 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 20 29 31 One object of this work will be to ex cite and encourage a spirit of inquiry, and to assist in 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 every living being has a pecoliar magnetic na ture. 2. That these forces are the means of motion and sensation. 3. That cvey Mental and Physical organ, and every muscle has its corres ponding magnetic poles 4. That the -magnetic forces from the different orcans which terminate in the face, and by means of which the va rious expressions ot tear. Hone. Love. and Anger, etc., are expressed in the countenance, & the muscles & limbs aie made to obey the human will. 5. 1 hat these organs may be 'exci ted sepcrately, or their action modified by magnetism, as the condition of the patient may require. 0. 1 hat this magnetic nature is gov erned b, laws peculiar to itself; and may be communicated from one person to another. 7. And as to what these laws arn. Ihe number, location and functions of the different organs; the location of the corresponding poles of the Mental and i nysical organs, etc. Ihe subscriber has been engaged for some time in a course of magnetic cere bral experiments, the results of whirh go very far, as he believes, towards dem onstrating the?e assumptions, and if i hey snuuiu prove 10 be true, all must admit hat they are immensely important, as mucn so as any discoveries ever m.uln illustrating the Physical or Mental na tures ol man The matter will be i.iustralcd oy nu y, enough is published sometimes u mean strain to manifest and cul tivate tne growing poetical taste and tal cnts of our country. The times appear, for several rea SOn3. t r ftnrvinn.l ..!. I. uinaiiu ouun u wutk not one aione, but many. The public mind is feverished and irritated still, from re cent political strifes. Thosoff, assua sive influence of Literature is nnvhvl to allay thaf fever, and soothe that irri tation. Vice and lo v are rioting n brnnrl hey should be driven by indignant re buke, or lashed bv rirlirnlp. intr .;. fitting haunts Ignorance lords it over an immense proportion of our people. Every spring should bo 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 portentous 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? r . The South peculiarly requires such an acrent. In nil tho IT 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 talent, 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: end a domestic institution exclusively our own, beyond nil doubt affords u if wc choose, twice the leisure for rcidin and writing, which they enjov. It was from a deep sense of this lo cal want, that the word Southern was tions, essays, poem, a us the strongest array nf.k0rder latent in fyS, or th '.7-., ternner. I. t . b"-ulitn. nation of, h.L2. nsundone.andtosl tion or exnenso 1 n pain I f 1-very subscriber to it,;. Pocket Library, noticed tl 4 charge; thus rendering VT' Museum the most desi, hJA tractive, nnr ik,. uie'tho, the United Slates WenPi. f ToAr,ENTs.TR;:3,Co.M3riSsifi f Any individual who wiiut Wc to procure the a J " f and remit the funds, wiini hisfc commissions, which and will continue lobeuniflV?' ice, more liberal by far 1 fur: been oflercd bv Jar lhar h character or merit J wspaper o.;. cents agents fcr.hepreXy'r upon each subscribJ,81: Published evefyi as usual. ,n Museum I'ur uunum, as usuni - i at the end of iK Z 1 m a(Jrance,, 1C Von Knr Con " the newsnnnni. brary,wiIbn.0fo-htr toaiiypartofthSS' Pc $5. All orders anSlJ'r tion. to be addressed, free of" - j r No. 101 Ch'.estnut st merous engravings, some of which are engrafted on houar: now rcadv for iish. i!h u mln -,..i. t& i . . ""'" P'-noui TAKE NOTlcr i K1 virtue of a Deed or Trus. J ( executed, by Thomas Pccfc fa v.v uut iu r.uward II U'rr' which Trust Wars date of lijjB and was duly recorded in .be w i vnariusion and county ofTallaha, mrm nn urn I hr r!., i ...:n i . r l ....... .v,. r,a,cs wm uuoi spe- together forever, in the silkrn bnn,lnf cial interest, inasmuch as they will not mutual kindnc s i n only explain many magnetic phenom- from meditating hostii itv to he North enu heretofore unknown, or not under- he has already drawn, and he hot cs stood, but one or more will be given hereafter to draw, much of his chSst designating those features in the human matter thence; and happy deed ..-, w ij I . . . ill I Ik, nonr. n i vinT I i. I I I ..w uik llillioll, biiuuitl IMS Oct. Nov. Dece?i. 3 JO 17 24 1 0 15 Of) 29 12 19 26 3 10 17 24 31 7 14 21 23 4 11 18 25 2 9 lb' 23 30 6 13 20 27 1 11 18 25 1 C in 22 29 12 19 20 3 10 17 24 31 7 14 21 28 12 19 26 9 1G 23 30 C 13 20 27 4 1 1 18 1 8 15 22 29 G 13 20 27 3 10 17 24 31 7 14 21 28 5 12 19 2G 9 1G 23 30 7 14 21 28 ic-auj ,or use, me whole render- cal : and not wi.b v .iAe; '.:,u mg the work one of surpassing interest. l.i ".i: " " 1 1 . MWUI"" n.i .. ' i .v.u, -,i,uuiw.v ui iu auvocaxe sunno iu ticiv WilV WOrillV ni untrnnrxra 1 I I r . . Ull I 1(J I ril ilnv n in. . i r,., ,, , - r i -""o- st-u iucai interests. iar Irom anv such n t n ' ""' '"u, in r, from the curious and scicnt fic. who ii,i... : i-J:.. r y. . . C. No. 2, naires 3fi. 37. B.i T' urtei. i..j .l . - h i uiu liuuor s icrvcnt wis i .1 , -'.'"". an: ...o., uHucisiuiiu uiu mysteries 01 liu- to see ibn Tnrtl, nn,i !, c: , , U1U :ur !"ses uicrcin contaiiW 'luiLiuiuauil.Ill U1(J Ul"host !, Ml cash, on the ; Twelfth day of June r.exl up j in the town of Charleston, and W Tallahatchie, the following ne'r wit: Lewis, aged 27 years; DV 'i years; and Henderson, aged 7 vk-J e snail only convey such title us vested by said Deed. TIIOS. A.'J2VI&T G. M. tiOODWIX.U Dec. 10th, 1CJ2. 4P.;r minate from the different physical and mental organs, a thing never hefnrn fj -vaw known; and thus will be seen the onlv true explanation of Physiognomy ever given to the world. In a word, the worK snail be rilled with new and valua oie matter on every question relating to the Physical, Mental, and Magnetic na tures ot man; explaining the nhenome- na oi sioep-waiking, Somnambulism, monomania, insanity Madness, Dream ing and Manaticisin: the whole ed to exhibit the clatms of these sub napes, bv making each region know the other letter, contribute in any essential de gree, to dispel forever the lowering clouds that so lately threatened the peace of both, and to brinhten and strengthen the sacred ties of fraernal love. The Southern Literarv Moss fro, has now nearly completed its seventh Trust alc. n 1 virtue of a Deed of Trust. E; Otedgtothe undersigned as t.w volume, and scvenih'vcar. How fnr t"m" . iJarb04r ?" firsts, has acted out the ideas hrn (.om,i onc, l".usand, eight hundred:! ir is not ior the Editor to sav. Un lm. lieves, however, that it falls not farther recorded in ihcPn iocs cn tl,o aliction ofiho candid, and ,l,ori " of thVm ' ..,!. Magnetism has been, or may be, used as Tiieorv. V rl ol 4 1 1 18 1 8 15 OO 29 6 13 20 27 3 10 17 24 1 o o 15 22 29 5 12 19 26 o 9 1G 23 30 7 14 21 23 4 II 18 25 o 9 ! 1G 23 30 a medical aent. In furnishinji articles for its nrKTpc the subsci iiicr expects the assistance ol a number of medical -and scientific "en- tlemcn of the highest respectability in their profession. Ihe Magnet will be published onrn a month; each number containing twenty-four super-royal 8vo pages, with a printed cover. Terms, two dollars per year, inva riably in advance. It will, in no case luiwuruuu unui pay ior it has been received. The first number will be issued as soon as five hundred subscribers shall have been obtained. OCT Any person procuring subscri bers, will be allowed to retain the nay for the fourth, provided tho balance be forwarded to the publisher, free of c. penses. " Every Editor who shall givo t-i-Prospectus (including this pararapni six insertions, shail receive the Magnet without an exchange, for one year, prc vided the papers containing this notice hn mrwn rlril t-.-. . l. j t r Yok W ' lu k "E MAGNET. loO Fulton stree New-York City. LE HOY SUNDERLAND. OCT This work is nublishn.l In Atnntt,. ly Numbers, averairin?? sixtv.fr.iif nnc each, at Five Dollars per annum, pay- uuiu invariauiv in ai vanco T. W. WHITE, editor &PRorRi. Richmond, Va. 1842. A n civ EsTtrrnrisc. By the former editor of ihe Saturday hecning Post and Saturday Courier Comprising the fruits of twenty vears experience in the newspaper business; the aid of the most distinguished news paper writers of the day; a valuable Jorcign correspondenc.-; with troops of , The following Lands .ilerary friends, and the determination cast quarter" of Sec I ouico oi the county of Yal.A t I ai,d Sta r Mississippi, in Hook (Ft pages ,-,75 and 57G an.l J Mvmc n r. ii.. .i spec.hedJw.llseMtothehighesU for cash on the premises two i' half miles South of Coftevil'o leading to Grenada being hrV deuce of the said Thomas !).,; On the 71 h day of Jtttt, nrj, the prooertv in sni.i T,f,n.i. tioned town: twelve .Vetoes. S,W life; i bi'.via, it' iitssey , Dave, Jack, Suck, Lish, Jerry, Sam, ALSO to-wit: J'nnv. l'lii;,1. . r TllC F !Uon SPi nn. Tr . ru"' ; newspaper lor nil classes, ship twenty four, Ran-c si Fi' which Shall not le surpassed! easl half south we" Swtcr .ft ' PniLADELrniA Saturday Museum seven. Township Vcnu L t Of knoicledgc, nercs, amusement, si.v, East; e! S Pha If of the nort V A bamily ewspaper, neutral in nol-1 quarter of Sociinn rlh II1CS. OnmiSPil In nn-i ,.!.-.,.. 1 .... . -c,.,v.n, iu-,. ' I I " . I v. uviv I V . .11111 IIfVn i IH'3nT. I . . ' . miiit IUUI. JViirifP SI V l !1cl thn ' . IPfl In llm llcaPnl t 1 . . . . "i'ul ai lsi fuucauon, mor- west ais, neami and amusement. The tales, sketches, narratives, bi ograpnies, essays and poems, shall be rROSPECTUS OF THE Southern 3lftcrar Hcssenucr. r -liIIS is a monthly Magazine, devoted chie J fly t Lileratare, but occasionally findin room also for articles that fall within tne scope of Science; and professing no, diIain for taste Ail sf lections, though its matter has been as it will continue to be, in tha main original. Party Politics and controversial l neology as lar as possible, nm 7 . (.aliuucu. i uey are ro8ic phe undersigned begs leave to in form his friends and the nubl he still continues thcTailorincr businp at his old sfantl, next door to thn Pnt Office, on the souare in the East War. I of Grenada. All work entrusted m he pledges himself, shall be faithfullJ and nroinr.tlv fivwuful in tU r . 1 " 'iiiuiiasii-iL. . ...r.i. ,i " . lonable stvle. and at rw'nrl ,,n,.,, i u",uu''u vu" ui&cussions in itcr.itn Ti r.ii . . "'' ! OP in mnrnl crtnnn .l. me 10: sowing are the rates charirod . . " uuierwise uno'j- 7.: jection ious- e sometimes so re of the first order; the best productions' of the best writers of the day. Also ! n rtirlna nn I i """'jt tisirunomy, chemis try, and all the useful arts and scien ces, with a liberal portion of li2l,t rca- -;"e' w.v.wn.a, mi tiiiu numor; kiii u varieo. rir-h nnrl m .il. y - mi 111 ma,- mspir- ije on tne ocean. Furnishing nar ativcs of sterling adventures at sea, fhowmg the cuurnge and heroism of me uu:u xviariner, as llespr;ni9 from his hammock aJ flies to the deck . .Id umd & mad v,avf 9 dri the vessel a-wreck inj; Olio. ra- Each volume of the Dollar Weekly, will contain one thousand four h.,ni.i and fifty six duodecimo pages, or fifty volumes of the choicest reading nine..:. ted by more than a hundred, superb en gravings, of scenes and characters in American life, by the best Artist. All for Ono. Dollar. To give an idea of the astonishing cheapness of the Dollar Weekly, the Job Work of all fcin.I rnLave lollowing es- For making a full trimmed frnt nr dress coat c-m nn For making a plain frock or dress COat & n nn gaiter pantaloons 3,50 Plan do 3,00 double breasted vests 4300 single do dn 3 on Jeans coat do nants cutting coats do pants or vpc n- ' , w- STEVENS. Crrenada,August 13.1812. , For do do do do do do do do do do do do do 6,00 2.50 1,00 50 is done at this -Office. iho OriffinaL m.iftoi. ru olume, at the most moderate price paid 0 SIT H? The SUbscrihnrs r, r,... .r ... . periodical with the above title, devoted to the investigation of Human PnvsiOL otiv, Phvsiognomy, Patiiognomy, Astho NOMICA L AND IluMAN MAGNETISM. Hav mg made these subjects matters of seri ous and patient investigation for some ime past, and considering iho increas ing attention which has lately been giv en to them by the learned, both in This 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. . able, as to cain admitt.m f-- me saue 01 tne more valuable matter to which they adherer but whenever that happens, they arc IxNcidental only ot trimarv. They are dross, tolerated w..v "vv.v ii. uiuiui wen 00 severed ..u,,. ... uiu wnerewitn it incorporated. uiiucdi nonces occunv their due space in the work: and it is .l V j "nai tney should have a threefold tendency to convey, in a condensed form, such valuable truths r interesting incidents as are embodied in the works reviewed, to direct the reader s attention to books that deserve iu uu reau, ana to warn him against ZaZTl. -oney upon that ..fav u.wr, wnicn merit only to be burned. In this a ,,r r,..t.i:l.:.... -t O- I'ui'llCdllOUS. nut oy tne.r variety and multitude dis tract and overwhelm every undiscrimi nating student, impartial cr ticS fs0 thG Vie.-s just mentioned; ts one of the most inestimable and in dispensable of auxiliaries, to him who dowwih to di scriminate. itmtvT.andTa,e9' havinS view 4 1 -Al Sketches and Reminiscences of ven ts oo minute for History, yet elud mav V1 ght-inginrest,- of fh regrarded as formiDS the staple of the work. And of indigenous L i oreign and cntnestic n-vs, C;rc onal proceeding., nmj a gcnorul view i ail matters of iutercn or importance all appear. 1 Pictorial embellishments, comprising ins. fincnn. 1.-.. . 1 ""'o J,: l1.' rc-'uieciure, portraits or distinguished personages of both sex es. In these as well as in neatness of. i.apuy, meiuuscum shall not oui ittsseu. Foreign correspondence. Arrange ments have been completed for securing a regular foreign corcspondcnce. more extensive and complete than has ever enriched the columns of an Amnrimn uwws paper. r .V V . uc Maieoi business. i noes, prices ot grain, flour, and all descriptions of country produce, merch andise c will be given from actual sales ,n Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York, Boston $-c. Select & Original G EMS. FROM HI- T i ' miss Licsue Mrs Sigourney Miss Sedgwick Mrs Hale Mrs Stephens Mrs Loud Miss II. Gould, One thousand dollars. At an period, will be announced the offer of nm thousand dollars, which the proprietors intend awarding in premiums, for the ben literary productions, instructive swrrcs, louenmg and attfectina desc Mr Arthur Mr Irving Mr Cooper Mr Morris Mr Chandler Dr Bird &c. Scc. rip- quarter of Sft Township twenty four, Rangcsiit! est half of the north cast ouan joeciion seventeen, -Township tc j four, Range six Easl; together ' ers Horses, Mules, &c, in saiJP mentioned and descrilied. The title of said propertv is be!r unquestionable; but I shafl make;: title onlj as is vested in nia.bv virt the Trust Deed under which "i he a' made. GEO. V. BELLA MV, Tr couecvilleiVov. 23d. 1312. 4t- rJVust Sale. By virtue of a deed of trust r ted to the undersigned by Tlios. It to secure a debt to James T. Cr&' bearing date the first day of June $ and duly recorded in the county eft lahatchie on the second day of 1840,and for the purjoses and con; erations in the said deed expressed. shall, On the twelfth day of 'June 1 04 at the town of Charleston the co' seat of said County; expose to safe a'r tion to the highest bidder for CASH- following property to wit. The East half of Section 31 ofTf ship 22 of Ttange 3 East. The west Quarter, and the South ha!iV:: North-west Quarter of Section 31. Towoship 22 of Range 3 East. half of North-west Quarter of M 32 of Township 22 'of Range 3 E, n all six.hundred and forty acre?. Also, the following slaves t5 1 Ixjwi's, Bob, Hal; Alfred, Willie, If c Mosey, Henderson, Grandison. Harry, George, Fanny, Esther, Nancy, Caroline, Hasty, .Mason, AA, da and M ill v, with the future inc. ofsaid fRm.iln cliim.. I Also, twelve head of' horses. ff mules, fifiy head of cattle, three yoke j oxen, one waggon, all the plana-1 tools and utensils of evpry dcscHpy all the household and kitchen Wt ture. f Selling as trustees we shall coci .t. am no sm u vi ucr niio man wo puaac THOMAS A. CHEVESr Trel GREEN B.GOODWIN.) December 3d 1842