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rmnD . ,ltypa HYBtFNTERTAlS A K1UII 0rIN'QrKRI001i?AL PLICATIONS.I COX3IOER SUCH yHKLEUKSOWLEDaE MOREHAPflLYCALCCLATED T11A8? AST OTHER, TO rHEHP.RTE THE H BERT Y,8TTMUI.ATE THE IStrj3Tfcr,& MELIORATE TnE MORA tJ OP A KB EE rr.orLE.mi mtfm. By F. A. TYLER. DEVOTED TONEWS; POLITICAL, SCIENTIFIC, COMMERCIAL, AGRICULTURAL AND MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. THREE DOLLARS, IN ADVANCE, VOLUME 1. PONOLA, PONOLA COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI , SATURDAY; JUNE 10, 1843. NUMBER VX li' " . . " ' . i . . t 11 THE REGISTER. lYintel an J published every Vr.DDAY at three dvlLaic in advance. Subscriber who Jonotpay i i advance, will invariably be chargsd four dollars. A4vrtimfn' inserted far ens dollar per qutre (of ten lines or less,) for tlie first insertion, and fifty renu for each sabseq-aent insertion. Advertisements which exceed ten lines, charg ed ten cents rer line for the first, and five cents for each insertion afterward?. VrARLY Advertising. 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Ad-rartising patron9 will favor us by banding in their advertisements as early after oarregolar tiub'.icat'.ondaya as convenient not later in any case if possibls, thin Th J.sday night. All JOB-WORK must be paid for on deliv- ? ., Fcjtase mast be paid 0:1 all letters, or laey wil r-t he attended to. MAIL ARRANGEMENT. The mail from Memphis arrives on Tuesday and Saturdays, at 12 o'clock M. and departs im mediately. , Tv, fm- ("War.1 auircs on T uev.3ys s.: AAV -"- " " , , C o'clock P. M. and departs cn Mondays at t o'clock A.M. , The mail from Grenada, arrive on Sundays At G o'clock P. M., and departs Fridays at G o' clock A.M. The mail from Carrollton arrives Thu:da s at f o'clock P. M., and departs Mondays at 6 o'clock LITERARY, DOMESTIC, & FASHIONA BLE FAMILY MAGAZrXC. Godey'a Iriifly's Book, For 1843. EDITED BY MRS. S.J. HALE & OTHERS THE LONG ESTABLISHED atbftct of Caste, ffasbfon, aulJ The Belles I.cttrcs. FOR THE LADIES OF AMERICA. C"10DEY'S LADY'S BOOK having been for jto lor. a &rie of years, onivcually recogni sed as the exciasiva and indisputable guide to the r.iri.t i- mitiPtj nf taste, fashion, and litsra- t.iretha only work conducted by distinguished j female authors, who Irvve won for themselves a j high place anion? the guiding spirits of tha age ; ths only wo.-k wfcien in point 01 laci .ms c.v eljsively devoted til the radlesw fa."flr-wrTh 1t J iirpatxons has not been lsss remarkable than its perfett adaptation to their feoliiig and Uiitaand tNeir nqireiuont. In f vitariog npen a now ysar, ths publisher, without dirnioiehingin ths least that sterling and useful literature, which has so long re sultid fr tn laying under contribution the native good sene and elegant fancy of our American F e mais writers, will, as each successive iv.tmber ap pears, p-es;nt in the saveral departments of Liter ature, Fanbion, and Pictorial Embellishment, a constant and evBr varyintc euccessioa u striking features. Nor does he promise without ample ability to perform. The best literary ta -nnt i the host efforts of the most distinptehad artists in ths country-and, to crown as well as adorn tna whole, the most perfect arrangements for tha" c cention of the American. Iondon and Pans Jash ' ions, far in advance of any other publication m this country, enable him to assure the patrons of the LADY'S BOOK that the forthcoming volume will more t'-.an justify its well enmed title of the Magazine of Magazines for the ladies of our country. . It has passed into custom to assart mat dross is . a ma:tsr of trifling importance, but this every lady knows to be utterly fajfs. Taste in dresa is uni versally felt to be the index of a thousand desirable realities in woman, while a deficiency in this res pect always injures one in the estimation of stran gers, and even of her intimate friends theboanty of Helen and the wit of Aspasia, would hardly commend to geneial favor an acknowledged dowdy in drees. Hence the importance of an accrsdited guide to the Fashions. This ussfol office, aiready filled for fomrtaen years, with nniveraal acceptance, by the Lidy's Hoo!c, the publisher pledges himself to dischargs in future, in a style surpassing ail his former efforts. The ladies know perfectly well that our .Magazine is tha hiRhest authority in Fashion. No lady considers herself well dressed who con t ravenes this authority, and, in our own city, ii N. York, Boston, Baltimore, Cincinnati, lxiaisville, Lexington, St. Loais, New Orleans, Mobile, Rich mond, Charleston, Savannah, and tha other metrop olitian cities of the various Sttstes, ihe tasteful Fashion Plates of the Lady's Book di. late the laws of dress. ' ' In future the figures will bejthrown into tasteful groups, displaying the glares of dress to the best advantage, and tha back grounds of the platea will present interesting views, designed by the first rate Artists. Asa farther assuranen of thorough excellence in this department, the pablishsr hjis secured th3 scs vices of Miss LESLIE, who will illostrate the Fashion Flatus, in her nsiia! felicitous and graph ic style, uniting a thorough knowledge of the sub ject, with a clear, graceful and intelligible man ner of treating it. Ifcr descriptions are worthy of the productions of her own glowing pencil, which dievr the earliest Fashion Plates for the Lady's Book. Tha publisher's correFpondenl in Paris is pos sessed ofsush ample means of obtaining tha real and present Paris Fashions, and of transmitting them in advance of all competitors, that the ladies may continue, a3 they have always don?, tocot.y from "our platss what has received the sanction of indisputable ton,' the last, the newest, ths best fash ions, fresh from Paris. - The arrangements for p.oducing a moat brilliant nnl attractive series of Line and Mezzotint En gravings are now complete. Pictures fresh from toe easels of oar first rata American Artists, au now actually in the hands of the ablest American engravers, the subjects embracing not only the usu al popular and domeEtic topics, bot others which are interwoven into the very heartstrings of Amer- ican nationality, treating as they do of stirring in cidents in the glorions and heroic age of Amer ica With respect : o the gonerall iterary and moral toneof the Lady a Book, for 1843, it will main tain its usual consistent character of a domestic and faah;onabla family magazine. While each contributors as Misa Leslie, Miss Sedgwick, Mrs Hall, Mrs Embury, MrsEFEIlet, Mrs Sigour . ne, Mrs V E Howard, Mrs Seba Smith, Mrs A M F Annan, Mrs C Lee Hentz, Mrs Parsons, and M & J l?a!e e$nt:rine their costnlt:a ths beautiful and the nseful, all that charms the fancy and all that mends the heart and guides the best affections of ournatore, will continue to adorn and dignify our pages. The lovers of historical romance, and those who rsgard our nation's glory as the prime objects of our nation's literature, will have their peculiar tastes gratified bythecontiibutions of Dr Robert M Bird, the author of "the Gladiator', 4Calvar' &,c. The admirers of Southern scenery and manners will recognise with pleasure, among ourcorrospond ents, the name of W Gilmore Simms, the novelist, author of 'Guy River,' 'Yemasses,' &c. Those who are partial to graceful, easy,noncha halant, gentlemanly story tellmg, will always hail with pleasure the monthly return of N Y Wil lis, the most piqaant, lively and fertile of all mag azine writers The admirers of the high toned, moral and do mestic Nouvellette, will recognise with pleasure, among oar contributors, the name of T S Arthur, author of 'Six Nights with the Washingtonians,' Ac. Contribntions are also ready from the pens of Professor Alexander Dallas Bache, late Principal of tha Philadelphia High SchocJ, Professor John Sanderson, author of 'a Year in Paris, Professor John Frost, editor of 'the Young People's Book. Our limits will not give us space enough to en umerate ths names of a tithe of our contributors. (jf list of foreign contributors is enriched with the names of . Joanna Bailie, '" Mary Russell Mitford, Mary How itt, Maria Edgeworth, Hon. .Mn C. Norton, Jrs. S.C. Hall, recognised in Europe as the elite of British female a-Jthors. The publisher's means of increasing the beauty and valos of the Lady's Book are accumulating year by year. To his already inestimable list of contributors, he is constantly receiving accessions botn at home and aaroad. His arrangements with respect to Original Paintings, from sach Artists as Rothermel, Frankenstein, Croome, Chapman, .Vaclise, Huntingdon, arc now complete, and ha numbers among the en gravers whose services are constantly .retained, Tucker, Smith, Warner, Dick, Sadd, EjiiF, Classan, Gimbredg.?, Jones. His whole system of arran2ment3 with respect to Fashion Tlates is now developed and pirfrcted. The Lady's Book will therefore continue to main tain that proud pre-eminence in merit and in pop ularity, which fonrteen years of unintermitted al-teiui-n on the part of the publisher has earned it will Mill remain, as heretofore, the favorite of THE FAIR. Terms. Godey's Lady1 Book, 1 year in advance, n 10 20 do do yyrsDotlnnaavanc!' Two copies, one year, Five copies, one year, Hvn rniss. one jar. L. A. GODEY, Publishers Hall, 101 Chestnut StTeet, Fbil'a. ma sssssnic ass 10 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, President; Kev. Robert M'Lain, Professor of Ma thematics and Natural Philosophy; Edward Tic ket., M. IL, Professor of Chemistry, Rev. C. Par ish, Professor of Ancient Langnages,- U. W. Mof- f.t- Trinsipal ef the Preparatory department. Piiinarv division, per session. 12 jn Clascal and scientific division, a In Boarding and room per month cv Students are expend to furnish their rooms with beddin?. furniture, etc. and procure their own washing. Washing can be had in town at from 23to37i cents per dozen. The female Department, under the superinten dence of the Presidsnt of tha College, assisted by Mis?. II. E. Gillespie, and others will commence at the lame time. Tuition payable in advance. Per session, in primary division, SI 2 00 n u u It m middla 1; 15 00 00 00 00 m hign -in music on piano, - 1 n miiBu nn ptiitar. 11 it 1 m . " . ' a . It: AA in painting, drawing, wax nuwc., 1 w Iinfriri( rrwim Tier mOUth, Boarding and room, with fuel, lights, bed ding and room furniture, wasning, &c. &c npr mnntS. 11 00 Dr. Picket is expected during the win'.sr to de liver a course of lectures on chemistry accompan ied with experiments, for the benefit of both Echoolg. -.it, ta By ordr of the Board : COW LE MEAD. President Board of Trustees, M. C Clinton, Sept. 14. 1812. 3910w JOSEPH W-CARROLL FACTOR & t;OMMISS!ON MERC-HAN I , Ko. 90 Magazine Street. IVew Orleans. Refer to, , ... Jno. H. MnRae Esq. lrenana, Miss. Jno.D.McLemore Esq. Oakland, Miss. J no. A . Binford Esq. Carroll county, M is. PANOLA, Mississippi, " Having a cornmodioos Warehouse at tha steam boat landing, will pay strict attention to the Re ceiving and Forwarding of Merchandise, C tton &c.,"as well as the saies of Produce or Groceries, on consignment. March 8th, 1&43. 1 12m J.R. JEFFERSON $ Co. Commission Merchants, COTTON & TOBACCO FACTORS, No. 58, Camp Street, MEW ORLEANS. September 17, 1842. - 37 4m ; ATI. Gray & CampUcllj Commission and Forwarding MERCHANTS, No. 41, New Levee Street, . . New-Orleans. Having engaged the services of Mr. R. T. Bryarly, le together with our selves, will give particular attention to the salfyof Cotton, and the transaction of business generally, for account of the "'inters of North Mississippi. A. P. GRAY & CAMPBELL. . NevvOrleans, Dee. 5, 1842. 50-1 3 w '"JaliiierAbernatliy & Co., Memphis, Tenn, James Abcrnathy, New Orleans, Offer their services o the public for the sale of COTTON; Selling, Receiv ing and Forwarding Merchandize. Ve have employed Mr. O. E. V ilcox, who will serve his acquaintances in Mis- sissippi." December 31, .1642. I -If A."W. Armstron g, DRY-GOOD, GROCERY &, PRODUCE, Commission, receiving & forwarding ' Fonoln, Mi. ' April 23, 1813. . 6-I2m National magazine OF LITERATURE, ART AND FASHION. Crah:uii'S JLaiiv's and Gcn llciimaii's lf3aazinc. PROSPECTUS FOR 1843. EDITORS i J. FENNIMORE COOPER, RICIPD. II. DANA,WM.CULLEN BRYANT, H. W. LONGFELLOW, CHARLES F. HOFFMAN, T..C. GRATTAN. GIRAHAM'S is the oldest and most popular S" of the American Interary .Vagazines. The number for January, 1843. will be the first of the 35th volome. Its long and universally successful career, from its commencement with a few hun dred subscribers, ontil the presentations, when it has a circulation of fifty thoasand copies a month, is perhaps as good an evident of its great and in creasing merit as tha publisher has it in his power to oflfer. To his old subscribers, he trusts no as surance are ncceBsary of his determination to maintain its present ascendancy over all the rival periodicals of the country. The engagement, do ring the past year, of each men as Brit ant, Coor ei, Dana, Longfellow, IIorrsuN, Mancur, etc., of high reputation in the literary world, as rrgvlar 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 mediam of communication be tween the best aothors and the publio. Among the attractions of the thirty-fifth volume, will to sveral Tales by Mr J. F. Cooper, Mr Gratton, Mr Ilojfman, Mr Herbert, Miss Leslie, 'Mary Clai'crsJ Mrs, Embury, Mrs EUrt and Mrs Ste phens; poems by Mr Bryant, Mr Dana, Mr Ijongfellom, Mr Street, Mrs Seba Smith, Mrs Osgood, and Mrs Sigourncy ; essays byjllr lay, Mr Jones, Mr Tuckerman, Mr rue, etc. etc. ( Here fallows a more full list of the names of contributor."", the most distinguihed of the country whicb we omit for want of room. Graham's Lady's and Gentleman's Magazine has been from its es'ablishment more than any other the favorite periodical of the greater sex. Though its plan does not entirely exclude articles of the most important character, snch as have rai sed lllackwood's and some other foreign journals to their high influence and reputation, its pages will be rrincipally devoted to what is usually term ed light literature. It will bo distinguished from other publications of similar aims by the literary and artistic merit of its contents. While tho9e of other works are onknown qr anonymous, the con tributors to this are the most eminent authors of our age and country; the very eieators, founder?, of our National literature. Especially is it cel ebrated as containing the choicest productions of the fiaest female writers of the time, l.vciy num ber contains Eem6 which may be appealed to with pride by the sex as vindicating their intellectual eminence. Splendid Embellishments. In the department of Engravings it is well known that Graham's Magazine has far surpassed any periodical work ever published ia ifiia or any oth er Coau(-JT.v iut) mgltcn 4i.i yws liahers eeemj thus far to have been to mantain. resectable imitation of the numerous costly and beautifnl works of art with which the successive numbers of this journal have been graced. In the course of the succeeding volumes many important new featnrcswill be introduced. Sartinand Sadd the tivost celebrated Mezzotint Engravers in the Union, and equals of the boat in Europe, will oon tinus to furnish their exqnifiite productions.' and Rawdon, Wright and Hatch, G Tarker, A L Dick, Gimbredge, Jackinan, Jonas and others, of New York, and Dodson, Welch and Waters, Tucker and others, of IViladelphia-all among the most eminent line engravers of the present centu ry, have been engaged to furnish a succession of highly finished eteel engravings, superior to any thathave hitherto appeared in periodicals. Among the pictures that will be engraved for for the vol umes in 1843, are set-eral Original Paintings, by Ingham, Iaman, Cole, Thompson, Freeman, Franquinet, and other distinguished artists. The 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. OprFgktrait GALi,Er.Y.-Onaof the new fea tures of the coming volumes will be the introduc tion of Portraits of the contributors- to Graham's Magazine, which of course, will include near'y all the eminent writers of the day. The 33th vol ome will include, from theburinsof Parker, John son and others, portraits engraved in the highest style of the art of Mr Cooper, Professor Longfel low, 'Maria DalOceidente.' 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 works of general intoiest or valoe. The criticisms of Gra ham's Magazine are acknowledged in all parts o' the country to be superior in acumen, honesty and independence to those of any i'on temporary. In deed, while a majority of the monthly and quar terly journals have become mere advertising medi ums for for the booksellers, in which, every thing 'in print' is indiscriminately praised, this period ical is looked upon as a just and discriminating ar biter between authors md readers, in which both. have implicit confidence. Terms. , Graham's Magazine will bo published on the first of each month in every quarter of fie Union. The most distant subscribers will therefore receive it on that day, as well as those who reside in Phil adelphia. The proprietor being mom desi jpus of presenting the best and most beautiful than the cheapest work in the country, and anxioos to bring it within the Teach of all, offers the following as the loweRt terms at which it can be afforded Three 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 furnished as usu al invariably in advance; Postage of all letters to be pre-paid. GEORGE R. GRAHAM, Dec. 7, 1842. No 93 Chestnut St Philadelphia George W. Kerry, Saddler and Harness Maker. nPHE - undersigned -- would respectfully inform his friends and the public, that he is al ways ready at his shop on the Square in the vT? nr l r ,1 to execute, in workmanlike manner, and at low cash prices, all work in the Sad dling and Harness making business. Repairing done on the shortest notice. ! Grenada Oct. 27, 1612. .45 12m i " " 31 ARSE1 AJLlt. CLOCK & HATCH MAKER., and South side of the public Square. Grenada Mi. A LL work in the above line, nyatly --executed and tcarranted. Grenada, Feb. 4, 1843. 5-12 tn Groceries, Cheap for III CASH..g npIIE following articles, just received, -Lnnd will be sold al low prices. Best Brown Sugar, 12 lbs. for $1,00" Best Rio or HavanaCofTee 7 lbs for 1,00 Good -Molasses $1 cefctser, gallon. " Candles " Iiosion Soap Starch . Tobacco ? Raisins - Rice Spices of alt kinds Coarse & fine Salt, together with every article usually cal led fir in the Grocery line. HUNT & Co. April 22. C-tf William 2. Tyson, Ge.nt.ral Comhiission Merchant, ' No. 12, Commerce Street, Baltimore. Having opened a House for the pros ecution of a general Commission busi ness, he will give particular attention to consignments of southern and western produce for sale in this market. In soliciting the patronageof his friends and the public, he need scarcely add that every attention &care to insure prompt itude in the transaction of ny business entrusted to him, will be given on flis part- He begs leave to refer to Messrs. Robb ic Hoge, " Wilson, WrlghtArCo) New Orleans. Mr. Jno. II. McRae, 1 " A. S. Brown, ' Grenada. " Samue! PooL Baltimore, Feb. 1, 1843. 5-12m Groceries!! Groceries!!! Cheap for BMjbL CASH. SUGAR, Rio & II Rice, Salt, Molasses, Indigo, for .sale ..low a van a Coffee Ginger, $-c. &c &c ., Pepper, ? Madder A. W. ARMSTRONG. April 22, 1843. . 6-tf A FEW barrels of fresh threshed OATS just received and for ale by J.&A.K. ERWIN. apl 29 7-tf Ha rd-ware & Crockery. A COMPLETE assortment of Hard ware & Crockery, just received and for sale low for cash, by HUNT & Co. -April 22d. C-tf D RIED APPLES, a few barrels and sacks, jusA received and for sale by J. & A. K. EUWIN. apl 29 7-tf LATE- JUST received and still receiving, per steamers "John II. Bills" and "Bel mont," a fresh' and carefully selected supply of DRY-GOODS & G ROCERIES consisting of every variety in demand in this market, which will now be sold extremely low for cash. Those wishing to purchase would do well to call and examine our stock be fore purchasing elsewhere. A. W. ARMSTRONG, Ponola, Apl. 22, 1843. (Mf fl BUSHELS of real Petty Gulf -'"COTTON SEED, just received per steamer Belmont; ia store and for sale by . I A.W.ARMSTRONG. April 29. 7-tf CHEAP WCA'SH!! The lubscribrs are now receiving from New Orleans a large assortment of seasonable goods among which are new styles of French Printed Muslins and Lawns, English & American Prints, white, jaconet and striped Muslins, Fan cy dress Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Apron Checks, Brown ds 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. . 6rtf G LOTUS, Domestics, Merrimack and Fall River Prints, Boot8,Shoes, Hats, and Bonnets &c. of every description, just received and for sale low for cash, by " A. W. ARMSTRONG. " Api 22, 1813. : C-tf TWO GIN-STANDS for sale extreme ly lo-w' to close a consignment, by V. TYSON. Marc a s W J GIN MAKING. and Repairing, ' The subscriber begs leave to inform the Planters of Ponola and the adjoining counties, that, having permanently loca ted tn the town of Ponola, he is pre pared to make to order Cotton Gins of the first quality, on the planofGaiswoLD & I it att. He has several of that maKC now on hand and for sale, which he will warrant, -as well as thoseofhis 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. Middiefon and i.lr. Edward Davis, Ponola county. Mr. James Morris; Lafayette cov, and Mr. David W. Dickerson, Yalobusha ccv (Jen. no. Rayburn a!I3Tbi:,T;-fl. Hill also have specimens oft hejsame work. . For all work done, (ho. lowest cash pri ces will be charged. Shop in the N . E. corner of the town. A.H. BURDINE. Ponola, March 25, 1843. 3-tf. " OWDER and Shot, Lead, and a largo assortment of Queen-s ware an,!- Tin ware, for sale low by t A. VV. ARMSTRONG. Apl I. 1843. . C.tf Mer can tile JVo't ice. nnilE 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, tit prices suited to the times. All those indebted touseither by noteor account are earnestly requested to come forward and make payment, as punctual ity on the part ofour customers is iadis pensible lo our success in business. J. & A. K. ERWltt Panola, March 10, 1843. I if Cr Goods' at first cost. -CO nPHE subscriber, anxious ho sell off his present Stock of Goods before re newing again, offers to sell hisgoodsnow on hand, at first cost. . JOHN E. TOWNES. Coffecvillc, March 13, 1843. lif H4RM THE undersigned wish to inform the counties that they are now prepared to do all work in the above line, on the uhorl e3t notice anJ in the 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 be excelled, if equalled in the State. Our prices shall be as low as those of any shop for work done in the same 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. 0$- Shop on the road leading from Charleston to Ponola, two and a half miles north of Pharsalia. G. V. HANKS & C. April 22, 1843. . C-12m OUGAR, Coffee, Molasses. OSalt, Window-glass, and itaaomcsuc urv sroods. m srhr and for sale low for CASH, bv U.TYSON. Panola, March 8, 1343. i tf Fifty Dollars Reward!! RUNAWAY, from the Sfis cTsik i oieAmooai iiclmont. at i the town of Belmont in Ponola county, the ne- Copper colored, he has a hesitancy in hU speech, is about 25 years old, and weighs about- 170 lbs. When ho left the boar, 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 SOdol-' lars if delivered to me in Vicksburg? JOEL H. WILLIS. . ,Vickfcburg,Feb.: 27, 1843. 2-tf. G in-making & Repair in g- THE subscriber, thankful for the pat ronage he has heretofore received takes this method of informing the plan ters of Ponola and the adjoining counties that he is prepared to execute orders for making and repairing cotton gins, cotton thrashers, wheat thrashersand fans on the shortest notice and on reasonable terms. H is also ready to execute tur ning in iron, steel or wood. He hopes by 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.1. He may be found at all tinfe3 at his shop in the eastward, Grenada, two doors east of Mr. Berry's Blacksmith shop. - JAMES ROSE. N B. AH work or repairing warranted. Grenada, Mi.j March 9, 1843. 1-tf CASTINGS and Hardware of every description in . store and for sale low for ca&h by A . W A R MSTRONG . April 2 d, vtt.. lie. . . the :.-zrr LIFE AND SPEECHES HENRY CLAY, ' Complete in two volumes, tfotcr 100 li'src r"f, WITH THREE ENGRAVING.! TIIK WHOLE FOJt ( NE DOLLAR! The Publishers nf the New-York Tribune have effected an arrangement with Mr. James B. Swain, proprietor or the only full and illustrated collection ofthe SPEECHES OF HENRY CLAY, preceded by a ! Biographical Memoir of the Grtat 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 lew. price of One Dou-abot the mhole! " This edition-will comprise 1. A MEMOIR OF HENRY CLAY; clear and glowing, written expressly for ths work, by Henrv J. Raymond, Ei?q. H- The speeches of Mr Clav, 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 urged," &c., instead of giving his own vigorous aud graceful diction, without interpolation or dilution. No collection of Mr. Clay's Speeches at all comparblo 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 ia desirable and not -otherwise indicated, a noldPat the end gives the fate of the measure under dis cussion. ILLUSTRATIONS. . I. A Portrait of Henry Clay, from an original painting by Linen, engraved by Prud'homme. H. A view of the birthplace of Hen ry Clay, ia "the Slashes, of Hanover,1 Virginia engraved on steel. III. An Engraved Facsimile of a letter from Mr. Clay. Such is the character fuch cro the conten's of the edition of THE LIFE AND SPEECHES OF HENRY CLAY, which the subscribers now offer to the public in two large volumes cf ( 100 pa ges, rutyrnt-rtotmrirr: r wjtt seDcaim- . fully printed, on fair, white paper, and -neatly pot up in flexible covers. It u afforded -cheaper than any such work ever was before, because we'hope to give it the largest circulation ever attained by any. To the friend3 of Henry Clav Mighty, glorious host! to the advo cates of the benignont principles and measures of National Policy of which he is the foremost champion 13 the lovers ofour country universally but especially iq the various Whig organ izations a3 Clay Clubs, do we confi dently appeal for aid in oar effort to ex tend the circulation of thiff work, and render its perusal, as nearly as n aybe, universal. We ask them to do this, not for oar sakes, but to advance "the great Cause to which their energies are dc voted, and because that Cause can in no way be moro-persuasiveTyjtnoro success fully commended to the public. judge: men?, the popular heart, than in the les sons of far seeing Patriotism, the burn ing Eloquence of Henry Clay. Respectfully, ' GREELY '& McELRATH, ICQ Nassau St., New-York. This edition of Mr. Clay's Life and . Speeches will b(5 issued on or before the 1st -of June next, and will be first eup plicd to those who shall have previously subscribed and paid for copies, in the order of .such payment. Price $1 for the wholo work, 10 per dozen, $89 per hundred. Subscriptons and orders are respectfully sol icted. The exceedingly low prico at which this work is to be published absolutely prcclcdes the . fossi bill ty of disposing of it, in any instance, on terms other than cash in hand. 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