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iicss and dissipation. But it is tiune , WILLIAM. s'P- ; The Supremo , Court have decided that the office of the present Vice-Chancellor will expire at the next general election and that no nuthorty exists in the present law for filling the office. Guard. I 1 candidates; v e are Rutnonseu to ftnu mnoe J Ar.lES C. ARMSTRONG as a candidate for the office of Probata Court Clark, for Ponola coanty, at tha en join November e act ion. "Now Tommy! what 13 the chief end of man?" "Don1! knowbut I knows what's the chief end of woman' "Well Tommy, what U it!'- "Why it is a darnashun big bustle.1 "O hush, Tommy V The Cincinnati Sun says that "every runaway negro caught in the lower country now, is washed, to see if he won't turn out a State Treasurer' TtofiT Prices Current. i.t.' A.K HCU J . - Arrives, Crnen, r8' . Dried, per bushel, Iloitft Cider, per bbl. iituuiMi, Kentucky, per r:ir!, IJ.i.K ore, Jvttiky, pr lh UuTTEn, fresh, per li. l'.itt.v, bog round, per ib. Cotton, per lb. l'.tNii.K8? Sperm, per lb. Composition, .Moub I, OMrol.ATr, per lb. f 'ui.FKi:, Havana ll.rren fcxi'il Java, 'astin;s, per lb. 1'ukkf, jer ll. 'w., par bushel. 1 uui, cr barrel, l'jsit, Mackerel t i i: 8 by Id, per b . 10 by l ,', Ilio.N, Bar, per lb. " Slab, .fr.s.?r.?, ppr gttllon, Mfai,, per bu.-!iel, Nails, per lt. ;ii Sperm, per fill LiiMBC-ti, 1'owiii.R, per IK. I'spr-EK, per J!i. kick, per lb. Sugars, Brown di i Lo'if. Soap. Bar. iej Stick, per lb. Salt, IUw, per Pack, Ho Fine, do, Whiskey pr gailo.i, M tag Pork, per bbl. PxtiMi:, JiAHI), I.imk per bbl Tobacco, r lb. ITfempIiis Prices Current. COK R ECTHP WEEKLY A KTI' l.l.fl. PER ft CTS S CTS yard b-jbhol lb ' Lfel bbl. keg lOUlbs lb. Haj;in(m Krntuckyj AI i.-isoiiri, Herman, India, TK1.1: Itpr, Kentucky, Manilla IJ.; ttkr. fresh, country, Goshen Hacox, hog round, Hams. ( 'ottos, 'axdi.ks, Sperm Mould 'OrOLATK, Cokkei:, llavanna, Gtfen &. Lie Java, '6nx Mkai., CnR, I'aSTIV'.x, Fish Mackerel No. I Ho. - - Do. a Hrird Herring T i.our. Cincinnati Virt's iuxrowota Iron Par, ' Hoop Lead, Lisir, IiA!, .Moi.ASSKS, Trails Northern Pittsburg Oils Lineeed Sperm, winter Tanner's Fork Pickled Bulk. Potatoes IrisH Porter Ixndon I'ittabarg tb'f, Salt Ground Alum Liverpool bl'wn Kanawha KiRARS Spanish, Sugar brown Clarified Loaf, Tobacco Kentucky, Virgi'a ' ' ' Tennessee WnisKt RectifiM 'Wirt's' White Lead Northern 11 14 U 6 15 16 20 3 6 3 25 10 20 9 16 35 10 3 10 00 7 1 3 3 7 1G 16 . 13 7 13 25 25 2 7 5 37 12 25J 11 184 37 20 4 12 00 10 00 00 1 25 4 00 4 00 10 00 50 bbl. Jb. pal. lb. Sl. bbl bbl. bbl. tloz. bbl- lb. sack bushel 1000 lb. 00 00 00 00 50 50 40 5 81 6 g-ji 5 13 6 6 1 121 1 25 20 00 22 00 6 00 8 CO 31 3 50 75 50 5 00 00 10 00 5 61 75 0 00 00 2 25 40 45 00 50 00 4 1 2 .0 121 7 ?5 5 33 .7 ' 7 25 50 10 hhd. gal. keg. Cinc'i k Pittsb'g fiRAsa Seeds Clover, bivhel - Timothy, Herd's, - ' - ' Orchard, - " Blue Grass St?el Cast, O'erraan, Shear, - American Blister, 5 121 121 6 35 2 0 0 25 1 75 1 75 8 00 10 00 4 00 6 16 18 10 45 3 00 30 00 00 lb 50 00 00 10 IVEW A D VER TISEMENTS. NOTICE. . nnilOSE persons indebted to us by JL note or account, made with Mr. Xi Tyson, will please call on F. A; Tyler Esq. and settle the same immediately. ELY & BROTHER. Ponola, June I, 1043 From To ,CT3J! CTS. 1 50 0 00 1 25 0 00 f. 00 0 00 20 0 00 10 J2 0, 2Q 4 0 6 37 0 50 371 0 ;"'0 00 0 oo o on ,11 0 .12 t 0 0 00 7 0 8 60 0 00 :nr 0 50 5 00 0 00 3 01 4 50 5 00 6 00 8 0 10 12 0 00 S7 0 37 50 10 0 12 00 0 00 f) 00 0 00 !71 0 50 37 0 00 S 0 10 5 0 " 8 50 0 25 10 0 12 .V 0 00 00 2 75 3 25 0 00 30 0 50 0 00 0 00 t) 00 0 00 0 0 61 e oo o oo 12 0 50 Stop the Himaway ttnd Thief!! SUPPOSED to have been enticed away from Oxford Lafayette County, Miss on the nightofthe 19th inst,a black bov. about 25 years of age, had on when he left a dark sattinet roundabbut, dark pantaloons and straw hat, and about 6 feet high, speaks quick, and is rather intelligent, goes by the namq of SPENCER. It is supposed he will make his way to Geor gia, as he was brought from there in Jan uary last. 1 will give 20 reward for the apprehension ol the boy and S'25, if found in the possession of any white man. Wm..McDONALD.' - Ponola may 26th, 1813. 1 1-tf. NOTICE. A LL those indebted to Ely As broth---- er, or to the subscriber, either by n.otc or account will do well to call on the subscriber and settle by first June, otherwise "icy will tind their paper in the hat?ds of an officer as I am com pelled to colder. U.TYSON, may 23d J 03.-1 1-tf. Eaiid Cor Sale. WILL be sold .Ht a great bargain, ' the north east quarter of section 27, township 6, range 7 .ast;.thc north west quarter of section 35 township C, range 7 east; the south west quarter of section 29 township 7 ranfjo 7 east; the south east quarter of section 30, town ship 7 range 7 east. These lands lie within about five mi'les of the town ofCa-rrollsville in Itawamla county, and are gradually rolling or wave land, well timbered with oak, hick ory and black jack,with several small streams running through them, and of an ?xceuent cias.i lor cultivation, in a lealthy section of country. The two ast mentioned quarter sections lie to gether so as to form a balf section, and within one mile of twenty mile creek the old Natchez trace running over part of it. The ahove lands will be sold or ex changed for real estate in this county on the most favorable terms For particul ars of which inquire at this office. may 27 -1 l-t, , 00 00 00 50 37 20 37 121 jfEW ORLEANS MONEY MARKET Law Notice. ORV1LLE HARRISON & CALVIN F. VANCE, Attorneys, at Law, Have formed a co-partnership, and will n future practice under the style ot Harrison & Vance.- ma 27 11-tw m Executor's Notice. LETTER'S Testamentary having been nrantcd bv the Hon. the Pro- 0 bate Court of Tallahatchie county at the May term thereof, to the undersigned on tne j&siaie oi jonu Luie uecuaseu, late of said County. All those indebted to the Estate are requested to make im mediate payment antl all those having claims acainst the estate, will present them properly authenticated within the time prescribed by law. MELTON BUIE, Executor of ''the. tost will and Testament of John Iiuie, deceased. . may 0th 1043. 10-Jw. Administrator's Notice. Probate Court May Term, 1843. A LBERT G. ELLIS, administrator -t-- of the estate of David A Crenshaw, deceased, has filed his accounts at the present term of this court, for final set tlement of said estate, at the July term 1843. Notice is hereby given to all interes ted lo attend & show cause, if any they can, why final settlement and allowance of said accounts should not then be made A.rG. ELLIS, AdnCnr. ' may 13 1843. . 10-tf. Administrator's Notice. T ETTER'S of administration having J-leen granted to the undersigned at the August Term, 1842, of the Probr.te Court of Ponola county, on the estate oTSamucl Hunter, deceased, all persons indebted to said estate are notified to come fonvurd and make immediate payment; and all persons having claims against said estate arc hereby required to exhibit the same, duly authenticated, within the time limited by law, or they will he forever, barred. MOSIiS McKINEY, Admn'r of the estate of gamuel Hunter, dec' J. may' 12th 1843. 9-Cw. A. D. Notice. HE co-partnership heretofore cxis ting under the firm of McRAE, GRAHAM & Co, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. C. F. McRae is authorized to settle the business of the firm. C. F. McRAE, - II. R, GRAHAM, march 23, 1343. m27. The subscribers have this day formed a co-partnership, under the firm W. W. McGARITY & Co, for the purpose of transacting a general commission and forwarding business, at 59 Common st. W. W. McGARITY, m27 H. R.GRAHAM. A W. ARMSTRONG has for sale the following articles, at the pri ces annexed : Coffee 1 1 cts Sugar 5 to 0 cts Loaf Sugar 20 to 25 Spice 25 Pepper 25 Fine salt 3,25 a 3,50 Whiskey 30 to 50 Turpentine 1,25 gal steamboat Shakespeare and for. sale low Glass 8x10 3,50a4,50 Molasses 27 to 38 ! for cash by " m TT O m m -m -r ill l's ZlA l& Ul- MISSISSIPPI, Tallahatchie County'.."'-"-" Probate Court, April 0th A. IK 1843. To all persons interested in the lands tenauients and hereditaments of Guy R. Pinching, deceased, and more cs peeially in the north-east quarter of Section twenty-four of Township twenty-five, Range two. East: 'VT'OU are hereby cited lo be and perso nally appear before the Probate court of Tallahatchie county, to be holden at the court house in the lown of Charles ton on the 2d Monday of June next, then and thereto show cause, ifauyyoucan, why an oer shall not be made to sell the above described land, in pursuance to the petition of Alexander Laughlin, Administrator of the estate of Guy R. Pinching, deceased. Witness the Hon. Hudson Allen, Judge of said court on 2d Monday of April, A. U-r 1 842, and seal thereof. Issued 11th April, 1843, at Charleston. E. E. ARMSTRONG Clerk. 8-4w-pf Cld RANGER'S NOTICE. Taken up and posted by Alexander B. Porter, living 31 miles east of Pono la, one black horse, about sir years old, about fifteen hands high, and has on three shoes. Appraised to .$40,00. DAVID DUKE, hanger, . Ponola cojmtj: April 15, 1843. 5-3w-pf 2d T 7nn pounds choice 1V"VC0N,. just received BA- per Ginser 15 to25 lb. Starch 15to-25 Lead 10 to 124 lb. Potatoes 50 cts bush Domestics 7 to 12 cts pr yd. . mav 6 8-tf IjLOUR, Corn-meal and Oats, jus received and for sale bv U. TYSON, may 1 8-tf Administrator s Notice. LETTERS of administration having been granted to the undersigned at the November Term, 1842, of the Prob ate Court of Panola county, on the estate of Sarah Harrison, deceased, all persons indebted to said estate are notified to come forward and make immediate pay ment; and all persons having claims a ainst said estate are hereby required to ex'hibit the same, duly authenticated, vvjtJun the time limited by law, or they wilt hft forever barred. PANHSL L. IIAKRISON, yldffiraY of (he "b'jfote of Sarahllarrison, dee'd. April 1, b-bw 7 apl 29 J. & A. K. ERWIN. 7-tf Notice. Tersons who have taken up strays i are notified not to deliver them up with out acertihcate Irom me of the pay'ot ofall costs. DAVID DUKE." RANGER'S NO TICE. Taken vp by A G. Ellis, one yoke of oxen, one reu, wu puucuouh, iuima of his horns sawed f)iT, marked swallow fork in the right ear a.n.1 crop rxid under- bit in the left; the other, bJafik sides, white back and belly, points of his horns ofT, ing twenty-six feet tfrtJS n Line St. inGrena- sa da Mi., on which'are valuable improvements suitable for res idence or business purposes, near the Presbyterian Church, will be sold to raise money, at one half the original cost of the improvements erected there on. For particulars inquire at this of fice, may 27, 11-tf " "" ' THE LIFE AND SPEECHES . - OF HENRY CLAY, Compltte in two volumes, of over 1100 each about eight years old. Appraised to $47, 50. DAVID DUiie,,if. 1. O. April 3. 4-3 w p's iee$2, 4U J. & A. K. ERWIN, Coinmissioii, Ueceivingr Forwarding . MERCHANTS, Ponola, Mi. nay I 8-tf - SPANISH SEGARS, a fine article, iust received and for sale at $15 per. 1,000, by may 6 A. W. ARMSTRONG. 8 tf Houc and lot Tor sale. l?rPIIE Part of lot $M JL. No. 119 front. Pfe V.M m m ml 2f large pases, WITH THREE ENGRAVINGS! THE WHOLE FOR ONE DOLLAR!' - " " - . - -' .. - , i New-York arrangement . The Publishers of the Tribune have effected an ixuirkea crepaoa unaexsaope in in? XJ2IUI wn mr. .pwom, uiuunciui oi nnnMn . , . ... . ear and crop and underbit in the JeftTthe mymllanrJTlTuSTre 'keci , United Statei Notes pai a prero. 50 a 55 dis.' United States Traasqry Notes i a I pr. ct. dis. American Geld - i t 1 prem. MUsissiDoi Union Post Notes 80 a 85 per dh Agricultural. Natchez 50 a 55 on the dol. A l . , -vrsansaa rtate nans i Arkansas Real Estate Bank , Alabama ; t Tennessee .Cincinnati 'j ojth Corolina. North Carolin 50 k 60 . 50 Sk 60 171 a 31 11 a 2 1a 3 Ai eoreia , Kentucky Indiana State Bank Illinois State Bank " Bank, of Louisiana. Citizens Bank ConBOlidatod, Canal , Cdmnjsrcial ' ' City Municipality .Vos 1 & 2, . . Yo 3, Atehafalaya do . . rnproveineut Bajik do . Bank of Orleans 1 " 1 a 2 do dis do do dU, 5 do ' do do do : 3 a 5 dis. 60 a 65 dis. ' ' par a 28 a 30 His. SO a 32 do f par ' ; 2J a 26 dis. par? r '' '" a.l5;22 aCido 70 a 75 ' do. 80 a 8 ilis 65 a 70 'H do 55 11 $i-V do- 12 Ranger's Notice. I "AKEN up and posted by George Thrasher on the 10th instant, rest ding 16 miles south of the town of Po nola, one bay rone horse 10 or 11 years old, both hind feet white 16 hands high and bears the mark of the gear apprais ed to forty dollars. - - : ALSO at the same time one sorrel 1 filly supposed" to be two years old. a small star in the forehead no other vis ible brands or marks, appraised to twen ty dollars. - ." DAVID DUKE. ' , - a Ranger Ponola county. . may 18th 1843.. ' . 10-3 w. .Rangers Notice. TAKEN up by James R. W-illiam's, .one dark Iron grey horse stallion, three years old this " spring about 14 hand high, some white on the end of his tail,' no other perceivable, marks or brands appraised to twenty seven dol lars' - .DAVID DUKE, Ranger, . ' : ' ' Ponola County. . "may '19 th 1843. 1Q-3W.,; ' p.;A.:TYLER, . ; ' , "- Attorney, at IavK . ; ' , Ponola, - : ' " Mi.- may 7 11-tf. r - . . ... . Administrator's Notice. LETTERS of Administration having been granted to the undersigned at the November Term, 1841, of the Pro bate Court of Ponola county, on the es tate o'f David Miles, deceased, all per sons indebted to said estate are notified to come forward and makeimmediate payment; and all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to exhibit the same, duly authenticated, within the time "limited by law, or they will be forever barred. . ALEXANDER MILES, 4 , AdrtCor. May 6, 1843, --' 8-6 w. Warehouse & Cotton Shed. THE undersigned respectfully inform their-friends and the public gener ally that they have tt commodious WAREHOUSE & Cotton Shed at the Steam-boat Landing, and are prepared to attend to business entrusted lo their care on the lowest terms. . J. & .A. K. ERWIN.; may l' ' 8-tf : N O Ti.C E, A GREEABLY to aa order of the -A.ionorab!e the Probate Court of Tal lahatchie county, made at the April term thereof; . I shall proceed to sell, on the fifth day of June next, in. the town of Charleston in said county, on a'credit of twelve months, With bond and approv ed security, the following lands, .belong ing to the estate of Cade Alford, de ceased, late of said county, to wit; the South-east quarter of Section twelve, in Township twenty-four, Range 2, East; , Sale to take place within the hours prescribed by law. ; ; HAMILTON DOG AN, Executor of: Cade Alford, dee'd. Charleston, Miss., April llth, A. D. 1843., , : 6-3w-pf4d . SUPERFINE FLOUR, a lot just re ceived arc! for'sale'hy . A.K. ERWIN. .pl 29 " 7-tf fully commended to the public judge mertt, the popular heart, than in the les sons of far seeing Patriotism, the .burn-, ing Eloquence of Henry Clay. Respect fully, GREELY& McELRATH. ; 160 Nassau St., New-York, This edition of Mr. -Clay's .Life and Speeches will be issued on or before tlie 1st of June next, and will be first sup plied to those who sliall have previously subscribed and paid for copies, in the order of such payment. Price $1 fur the whole work, $10 per do25n,.g80 per hundred. Subscriptons arid orders are respectfully solicted. . r The exceedingly low price at which this. work .is to be published absolutely precludes the possibility of disposing of it, in any instance, on terms other than cash in hand. Our friends will therefore understand that, however responsible they mav be, we must ad here with the utmost strictness Jo the cash principle. Almost every village, certainly al most every town will be able to form clubs of twenty-four. And in al l eases where the money ($20) for 24 copies, or over is sent through the Post Office, and a certificate taken froni the Post Master, it may be sent at our risk, and the Post Master will be entitled one copy gratis. . It is particularly requested that all orders be accompanied by specific di rections as to the manner in which the books shall be forwarded, and when unaccompanied by . such specific direc tions, the books so ordered will be neat ly put up in bundles or boxes, and the name and place of destination legibly marked thereon, and the boxes or pack ages 'retained in our wareroom until! called for, or directions given as to the manner of their shipment. The pub lishers will not hold themselvos respon sible beyond their shipment, or delivery to order. , G. &. M. New- Yor k, April. 1843. . Administrator's Notice. Prolate Court, April Term, 1843. FRANCIS M WHITE, administrator of the estate-of John IT. White, decea sed, has filed his accounts at the present term of this court, for final settlement of said estate at the June Term, 1843. Notice is hereby given to all interes ted to attend and show cause, if any they can, why final settlement and allowance of said accounts should not then be made. FRANCIS M. WHITE, AdnCnr. April 17th 1843. 6-3 w ESTEUN PRODUCE a geher al supply, constantly on hand &: for sale by ' J. & A. K. ERWIN.' may 3 m 8-tf 1 OO GALL0NS ST0NE WARE, "assorted articles, just received and for sale by . - . A. W.. ARMSTRONG. , - April 20. ..... .. ,v , , : ,7-tf, ofthe SPEECHES OF HENRY CLAY, preceded by a Biographical Memoir of the Great Statesman and Orator of the West, and embellished by three Superb Engravings by which they will be en abled to publish, from Mr. Swain's stere otype plates, an edition of that work for the People, in two large and elegant volumes- at , the- unpreceedently low price of One Dollar for the whole! This edition will comprise f. A MEMOIR OF HENRY CLAY; clear and glowing, written expressly for ths work, by Henry J. Raymond EsrjV : ; H. The speeches of Mr. . Clay, from 1810 to 1842 inclusive, carefully care fully collected from various sources for this work compared and corrected, and all, restored .to. the first person many of them having been only reported "in the third person "Mr. Clay said" so and so. and 'he ureed," &c. instead of giving his own vigorous aud graceful diction, without interpolation or dilution. No? collection of Mr. Clay's Speeches at all com par ble with this, in complete ness or correctness, has ever before appeared: :Each Speech is prefaced by a brief introductory paragraph explaining the circumstances-which called it forth," and whenever it is desirable and not otherwise indicated, a note at the end gives the fate ofthe measure under dis cussion. " --, - ": . ILLUSTRATIONS. . , I A Portrait of Henry Clay, from an original painting by Linen, engravecLby rud nomine IK A view ofthe birthplace of Hen ry Clay in "the Slashes of Hanover," Virginia engraved on steel. :, III. An Engrdved Fac-Similc of a letter fromMr.Clay; ' ? ; ' Such is the charade r-such are the contents of the edition f THE "LIFE AND SPEECHES OF HENRY CLAY, which the subscribers now offer t6 tha public in two large volumes of 1 100 pa ges, for One'Dollar. It will be beauti fully printed, on fair, white paper, and neatlv nut up in flexible covers , K s afforded cheaper than any such work ever was before.beqause we hope to give it the. largest circulation ever attained bv any. : -'-' ". .- . .-. " To the ' friends of HenrV .Cl.AY Mighty, glorious host! to "th advo Mifi of: the bent imam Drinciole and mea&ures of National Policy of which he is the foremost championto the lovers ' of our country '-universally- ;but esoeciallv to the various ' Whig organ izations and Clay , Clubs, do we confi dently appeal for aid in our efjbrjrtoex. tend the circulation;.! mis wo, nu render its pertisal, as nearly as "may be, universal.- We ask them to do tins, not for oar sakes, but to' advance the great r.insft to which their enereiee are de Voted, and because that Cause can in no way oeinoi c yvi suaon , mv w 'uvvj.j -v-assortinent, sale by J. & A. ' npl 29' just received . - and for Iv. ERWIN. 7-tf . RANGER'S NOTICE. -Taken up by Aron Pitts, one bright bay mare, four years old, blazed face, left fore foot and .right hind foot white, fifteen hands high. Appraised to 49 DAVID DUKE, Ranger. P. C. April 3. 4-3 t p fee $2 ' RANGER'S NOTICE Taken tip by John McGarity,-one ha' filly, all her feet whiter blazed facer and her right ear cut or bitofF. Appraised to $40. DAVID DUKE, Ranger, ' Ponola county. April 3. - 4-3 t; p f $2 THE STATE Of MISSISSIPPI,) ' Tallahatcmie county, . V . " : Probate Court; April 0lh, At D. 1843. To all persons interested in the landsf tenements and hereditaments of Josjah Robinson, deceased, and more especially in the North East quarter of Section thirty-four, in Township twenty-lhrecr of Range one, West; : ".- r YOU are hereby Cited to be and per sonally annear before- the Probate Court of Tallahatchie cduivtv; to bo hoi- den at the Court house 'in ' the town of Charleston, . on the 2d Monday 5f June next, thca and there tojshow cause, if any you can, why an ordr should not be made to sell the above described land, in pursuance to thepelition of Albert G. llarvjson, administrator of JosiahKob-4 inson, deceased." ' .Witness, the Honorable Hudson Al len, Jodge' of said court, the s second, Monday or April, J. IShj'jlD. 1843, and seaf thereof. Issued the 1 1th day of April A. D. 1843. E. E. ARMSTRONG, Clerk. Sri-?? 7d . r " .'v.,.-vl- - Wafch & ClocSi iTJakiufi-, The subscriber begs. leave to inform' his friends and the public, that, having located in Oxford, he is prepared to ex ecute auy work in the watch and ctock making line on the most reasonable term Watches and clocks repaired on the shortest notice. S.T.KING. - RANGER'S NOTICE. . ,Tukrnup by Michael MeKihncy, onr sorrel horse, flax mane and tail, blazed face, fourteen years old. Appraised to 25.""-. DAVID DUKE, Hanger . - Ponola Co. Mi. April 3, 1843. 4-3t-prs fee $2 TYPE A T RED VC ED PRICES. Gf.orge Brcce & co. Type-founders, "at No. 13 Chambers St., near the Post Of fice, N.York, l ave on4innd an unusuai ly largestoek of their well known print ing Types,Ornaments, Rorders, Rules, Scc. of the best metal, cast in original matrices, and accurately finished; all of which they are determined to sell at greatly reduced prices, placing the Book and Newspaper fonts as follows; Pica at 32 cts a lb. "Small Pica - N- 34 do. Long Primer - -. 36 do. Bourgeois v- . - ' 40 do. Brevier, " -. 4G do. Minion - - - 54 do. Nonpariel - - . 6G do. 'Agate - ' - 8G do. . Pearl ' - - .- 120 do. per cent less for . cash. ? Wood Type, Printing Ink. Presses, Cases," Galleys, Brass Rule, Composing Sticks, Chases, and other Printing Materials, furnished with promptitude, and at the lowest pri ces. Printers of Newspapers, who publish this advertisement with this note, three times before the first of June, 1843, and send one qf the papers to the Foundry, will be entitled to payment of their bill, on buying four times the amout of it. New York, March,15, 1843. .5-3w JOHN. K. RAY BURN. Cotton and Tobacco Factor, Receiving and Forioarding Merchant, NEW ORLEANS. Is 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 mission and Factorage business in this city, from and after the 1 st day of Sep tember nex. I respectfully solicit a share ofthe business from the old pa -rons of the above houses. Being aech mated, I sball reside in the city perma nently, and will give all business confi ded to my management strict and per- sonal attention. JOHN K. RAY BURN .July 23, 1812, 29-Gm. "List of Letters, - . Kerna i i 1 1 i i rg i h 1 1 re; Past Officer ert Pit--nola, Mississippi, on the 3 1st day of March, A. 1). 1843; which, if not tnken out by the 1st of July next, will be sent totheGeneralPostOfficeasdead letters. Armistcad Dr P ll Anderson Thoi P Anderson Geo P Boyd T.J Boyce Foster Co Brooks Wm P 3 Brahan JnoC 2 Boyles Wm -Cates Pleasant Caldweil D D Childress DC Childress Rufus Dickens S B 2 Davis Dr Jas M Anderson Robeit Bo bo Francis Busby Samuel Brahan Robert 2 Boyd David .V Clerk Circ't C't S Carr NG 2 Coleman R II Carroll &. Clark Crane Wm Dennis Abraham Davis Dr Robert Davis Miss Susan E DavisEdvvard 2 Emory John, or . Eager DrRob'12 Thos Williams . .Eason W T Evans S W 2 Errantorr WmS ' Floyd Jno . Fitzgerald . Gaston Foster, Anthon' coGunn Mr oreer IS 11 5 Urayson Daniel Garner S R Garrett E II . Gregory Carroll Greenhaw Wm ' Haley James ' -Hallam G , HartsfieldWS . Ilibbler DrE B -Hill Thos B ' Johnson James II in ton James Hal Jam Jane Hastings Green . Harris Charles Hubbard Jno C ' Jones RcvM WS 0 Jones James Kst of Jones Richard THRESH LARD: a in few hundred lbs. 60 lb. kegs just received-and for Sale'at 6 J els. per lb. by - - - - J. & A. K. ERWIN! apl 2D V . - ;-7-tf ; RANGER'S NOTICE. : f y ' Taken up by fiezekiah Rhodes, one bay mare mule, four years old, four feet eight inches high,blackstrsak along her back and one across" her withers. -Apr praised to $50. . DAVID DUKE, ; " , Ranger Ponola cdunty. ; ' April 3. 4-3 tr',: -Vf $2 Jones Davjd Lewis Wm Laird iT ! Laird II i Co Miss Union Batik McGee M II . : Marshall Geo W . Jones Terrell . : Littlefield Z Lit'tleficld F .McGulreS II Miller C 2 '. , McGea J J... - MiltTkjri Tohn. McGraw Cor'neliu3 McGee Mary P. Martin R . Merrill Mr Nelson Sam'l II NickleRH Perrine Trumaa Patton Jas W . Pollard WmlV ' Rush James Rogers Robert Rupe Capt John . Rtfgland Jno Rives Wra Esq. Spalding Gideon ! Simmons Peter Sullivant Nathan South Eli Shell Steward Smith Wm " Nelson Dr II Oliver Ths -; ; , backer Ja9 . . ' Pankey W'Uson 2 , Redman Eliz'th Russell Wm RufBnMrs Mr'gtN Rape Wm JRogers Hiram . RuffinJ F 2' Shields & Thorpe Stevens HepTy Stanford Lycurgus Stanley. John Stone WE" ' mANGER'&TICE: , I Taken up by r Francis M'. Sims, one bright bay horse, a few white hairs In the forehead, supposed )o be ten oi twelve years old, fourtecn hands high, and has tfee appearance of having been doctored for the big head. Appraised to $23 ' DAVID'DUKE, Ranger, PC. April 3; ; 4-3t - f $2 Stanton J 'ccCo Sheliffe! Panola cb 5 Travis Rev Jos Thompson James Tyson K H 2 " Trague Wm J .Voss Wra Esq WilburnSandford.; Wells A B - Wilburn Mrs Mary Wilson W B . ; Watson Thos AV Whitsoh Thos Ward roup Rich'd . Wi!soa Jas R WilJiams D C 2 Wall D Ri Williams. Wm 4-WHburn Wm Wheeier Jackson Williams E. B 2 WiiliamsDrW Willson Galeh Ward J B Votinst Andrew. J$ JAMES C ARtSTRONU, r. f. Panola, Miss. MarK 3 1 1 843.