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m.lcr its editorial head: "Animal Magnetism. n operation has been performed, in .ihirh rrocs far lo establish hc ,ill5Cil, - " o ict that there is suuiuuiini m un-amui - bevonJ all dispute. Mrs. Davis of ptilinton has suffered for some time with a tumor in the right shoulder, and is a lviscd by her physician to have it .cnlovcJ. While thinking upon the sub Vet she hoard of animal magnetism, and r'an1c into the city several days since to iav0 its effects tried upon her. .lr. Win. E. Small of this. city, who isVrenlly been practising magnetism t nono; his friends, and found to be a suc loWui mngnotiser, was called upon, and - ( redf;d in mesmerising or putting her :,-,o ihe magnetic Hoop. This was re lated several times within a few (toys .'vhen the physician and several friends ' ' t for the purpose of removing the tu mor y a surgical operation. 1 he c.-U-,,.rni of lhi preparation, Mrs. Davis smirked, was so great that she doubt- ,1 whether Mr- Small would be able to m.-.-icris her sufficiently for enduring 1 . ii... .-,i,r ration. Ml". Pi'iall COlini'ViJi-.-i wijj;m..ii3ui- Per 'an J in eleven minute-s!ie fed asleep, n'ndVho of)'-ration was continued as much j(."nr, w'hen the surgeon Dr. George B. Ilifdi,idc ynincisvn in the shoulder, vcr t'ic tumor, cf about two inches in i,u i . . m ,.i length and inserted a nooi; into u.c tu- mor, whicli was about half the size of a ,rn egg, and dissected it out and dress ed the wound. " During the cnoratio'r!, Mrs. Davis manifested some slight uneasiness, like a j.rrson in a troubled dream, and one or two slight spasms in the opposite arm. On being taken out of the sleep, she was tu!'J that they l.au not been" able to ex tract her tumor; to which she replied iii.it she had feared they would not, as slio was much excited about it. Sue was rt length apprized of the result, of which rhe wu3 previously quite unconscious, n.nd the only sensation of which she was in any way conscijs, was that of Lcing asleep and wishing to wake up, but not Lcing able. Nor had she suffered any pain up to last evening. 'U'e have this statement, substantial ly, from thoiC who were present; and the parties are of the highest respectabil ity and have no motive for an erroneous ;:atcmcnt."' Steamboat Kx plosions. A writer in the Journal of Commerce .bus describes an invention to prevent boilers from bursting, patented by a Mr. i'.amum "and in successful operation on !jo?rd the steamboat Croton: This apparatus. consists of a fluat up on the surface of the water in the boiler, which of ccursp sinks as the quantity of water in the ho ler diminishes, and low ers ono end cf rr icver,' to. which is at tached a rod with a button ; on the end, which oiKjns an orifice by whicli the orarn escapes., from the boiler, and is '"iductod tc r. separate engine, whiah f Tips water into ths boiler until the Al 1ms reached its proper elevation, l.cn the steam is shut otf. Now it will lc perceive! that this p!an - cannot fail to Keep the bcilcr full of water if it ope rates properly. Dut should the .water fail to be pumped in, the float sinks still lower, and another stopper is removed, tint! steam is conveyed directly into the engine room, telling the engineer, in i vivruae not to be misundcrslcc'l, to pump water .into the boiler. Every ccn I'mTonev seems to be provided for. This jroccssis performed as well when the vessel is at rest, as in motion; and the foam of the water in the boiler cannot i.rovnrH the salutary action. The use of a float to indicate the de pression of water, i3 not new, but we arc not aware of having before ' read of a conncctingnpparatus to make the esca ninT steam nuiuD n;ore water into th.e boiler. This,it;sccm3 to us, may.be valuable improvement. New Era. Santa L"c Expedition. Col. Snivclv with the troops under hi.; command left Coffee's Station on the r'oth of Anrib and took up the line of inarchfcrfiar.tr. Fo. "The expedition consisted of less than 500 men; but tncy may be reinforced at tho sources of Red River bv seven-or ci"ht hundred troops, including those unt?cr the command of Col. "Warficld. These troops, arc well armed and well supplied with pro visions, &c. All were mounted on good horses, and' fhey had" a pack mule, for cvcry J-.io men; CP ih 'mule conveyed about 100 lbs. of dried beef and a bush cl of cold' flour'. Just as the cavalcade started, the banner of tlic Single' Siar was unfurled, and spreading its glericus folds lo the breeze seemed to shine forth :is tbc harbinger of brighter day3. The troops hailed it with joyous acclama tions, and every countenance expressed a firm determination to conquer or to die in the noble cause nr which they had embarked. A gentleman who saw these troops while on their march, says it was one of the proudest spectacles he ever beheld. They are probably now wcriJ- nig their way cm the tiesoiaio prairies of the north, lar Irom tlic civilized world: but ere lona, wc trust, the tefn blc dm of their rifles will burst like a thunder bolt on the terrified ears of Ar- mijo and his myrmidons. lei 'graph. C'uiious Calculation.. Dr. Dick estimates that since the ere airun of the world, fourteen thousand u 'Jinan lcins;s have fallen in battle, anr ihat if theirforcfingcrs were to be laid m a straight line they would reach more t han COOjOOO miles beyond the moon. A man that would call every thing by . i iii i i ng.it name, wuuij inudiy pass 'Uyjiib Ibc olice'..'i without Luu knock I down a.3 : common cue my. Why ij n la ! bu -A il.c a ekr.t r ' Extract of a letter, dated Pueblo Dekqs Angelos Caliounu, ) November 21, '.IS 12. "Although a part of, and nominally governed by Mexico, we are remote from and scarcely feel the influence of that power. The extent of the flat or level country from the Pacific Coast to the mountains on our cast, will average about one hundred and fifty miles from the mouth of the Rie Colorado, to the title of the Oregon, Territory. - The soil of the whole of this region of coun try is very superior, producing cotton, com, and wheat in abundance. Perhaps no country in the world produces finer fruit. The .mountainous region cast, a bounds in the richest minerals. Here may be found copper in its pure .state upon the top of the earth in all direc tions. , The country abounds in hot and bitumcnous springs. About thirty miles from the Colorado in the midst of a small sandy desert is a volcanic mountain. It is nearly, round at its. base, and about one ir,de in height. From its ton it constantly emits an immense volume of black smoke. icar its base large quan tities of brimstone issue, nearly in apurp state. Shiploads of U might be procured. ii uuus up in ii kiuuoi craicr hardens on the outer surface, and falls back in the centra.. .Our houses are all covered with bitumen. One spring hero at which it docs not appear that more than a ton could be hau, would doubtless . furnish five hundred. Irriscs upon a Jcvcl piece of. ground in blubbers to .the height of about six feet, bursts ami rur.s off to a considerable distance until it hardens resembling rosin in some respects. You will sec a specimen as it runs from the spring, with which this letter is scaled' The Treason Trials. All the prisoners under arrest on ac count of the late difficulties in Rhode Is- lin'l Iiivn linrn mlnn zrA XTinrlv fill . , . .... which may bo regarded as very impor the men taken in arms were dismissed :r.. i oi..;.i l... 'i.,n after a slight investigation. Of l2zc who rcrnaincc, the whole have been liberated on taking, an oath of allegiance to the government, and giving their own bonds lo keep the peace and bo of! good behaviour. Got Dorr, has fi-iur- ed about in the immcciatc vieini'.y of Rhode Island, as if inviting capture, but nobody has taken that trouble,' of will. Sat. Fast. South Carolina Banks. Th.e Columbia (S. C.) correspondent' of the Charleston Mercury saya that it is at length-well ascertained that the great Dank case will be decided against the Canks. A majority of the whole Ccnch of JudgC3 will declare the law in South Carolina to be "that tho suspension of specie payments by a Hank, will, of it- SCllj WOTK LI lUriCHUIW v us -iuun,i. Ncr. 1'ost. - Rocky Moy iitnius. . Mr. Thompson, the Astronomer of tho Hudson Day Company, reports that he. found peaks between latitude Jo ana 5G north, more than 20,000 feet above the level of the sea. The latitude men tioned is much north of the UnitcdiSlLles territory. ..The hwght is nearly equal to that cf tho Ilimmalaya mountains of 'Wia. . San in Fe Traders. Th.e Army and Navy Chronicle slates? that the permission asked of the Mexi can Minister at Waiington, to authorize the escort of U. S. dragoo.is detailed by Col. Kearney for the, protection of the expedition,-to r.ccompany the traders through the Mexican territory to Santa Fe, has been refused; and that instruc tions have been issued, prohibiting the United States troops, under r.'ny circum stances, from dressing the boundary line in Mexico. .Sorflcthiu New. A new' delusion has broken out, says the Davenport Gazette, near the "West ern part of this Territory, Iowa, which will perhaps occasion surprise, and throw Joe Smith into the 'Shade. A Mr Ilinkle, who is said lo have been for merly a Mormon, but left them has located himself near Dluo. Grass and be gan propagating a new religion. Four have already been baptized in this man's opinions, which are after this manner: After Baptism he lays his hands upon their heads.-when they rccciva power from on high lo prophecy, cure the sick, heal the lame, and perform miracles as did the Apostles. In their meeting they give the holy: kiss, wash one arrclhcr's feet, &c. Ex. Faper. ; The New York CommercicJ adver tiser .relates an anecdote of Mr. Ark wright, who died a 'short time since in England, leaving behind, him a; fof tunc of some forty millions of dollars. He always assembled his children at the Chrismas dinner,-according" to the plea sant England fashion. .His' family was large, consisting of several man icd sons and daughters; but on one -Christmas day, when they sat down to dinner, every one of the children, found under his or her plate a Bank ofEnglaud note for a hundred, thousand pounds.' An admirable sauce, that, for tlic roast-becf. ... - Ex. Faper. The Boston Post is to blame for dhe following conurSLlrum: "Why arc bus tles JiUe historical novels! Because they are dciion f mm Ic.l vnfar.ls!xJ Wliv i th-j ;head of liberty, olamp cd at the mint upon copper coin, like u hound! Because it 13 only vn Irony. . The best position in church yi time of prayers, fo to stand bold upright., with your back to the clergyman. By this mean you will not only seethe fashions, but observe, if those in the rear behave with becoming, decency and solemnity. While the blessing is pronouncing, get your hat ready brush the dirt off your shoes with' your handkerchief-and blow your nose with a fashionable emphasis. It is best to put on ycur hat before yea leave, the pew, and do not wait for the "amen;1' for when you get into the crowd where all, like Young Rapid, arc ''dashing on" a hat is much in the way. Turks and Heathens I believe always rc tnain uncovered in. a place of worship; but they cannot bo held up as a pattern to us enlightened Christians. Ex. rapcr. ' The late Dr. Wallaston shewed that if -the sun was removed to one hundred and fifty thousand trmes its present dis tance, it would appear' like a star of the first magnitude; but it has since been proved, by Dossal and other astrono mers, that tho nearest stars must he more than six hundVcd thousand times farther 'bit than the sun. To appear, therefore, r.s they do, they must bo suns, whose superficial magnitude is at least thirty-six times that of ours and their bulk must bo such that it would take two .hundred and sixteen suns like ours, relied into cne; to equal it. What an insignificant rpck in the 'Universe is the little group of worlds that nestle un der, the wing of our diminutive sun. Impo'rtaut t!cciion in Missouri. The St. Louis Organ, of the Oth inst., says: . "We learn that Judge Mullarphv mad e a. uecisioii in cuuii, usiciuay, t(iHL II tilt- 111 ) o J Ji&IM 'Jw t? II u y 11 1 U 4 on a 1 I be confirmed by the Supreme Court. The question rose upon an appee'I ta ken from the recorder's court by a free negro, who was apprehended and fined for living in thc.fctatc without a license. jtwi , rccon'Cctcd that the statute of 1035 rc iuires' certain free r.crrocs to to obtain a license lo live in the State, and compels to remove out oj. the State, if they, do pot come -within" the terms re quired for a Rxr.nc. An exception is made fn favor of ilhe citizen'' of any other State who shall come here. "Judge M. decided that the word (ci.li-ze:r- c.ft used in the Ccnstitution of tho United Stales; and. in our laws, is equiv alent to 'suijectf. as usqJ under tho pritish Constitution' and includes all jiersons who.wcrc lorn in the United States. I t wilf he ??ccn that if the deci sion stands, it .strikes a death blow at once lo the contemplated . effect, of our laws prohibiting free blacks from enter ing or residing- in the Stale, and grants free access into our State lo all persons who were bom in the United States, no matter what their complexion. ' The Judge may be wrong, but we do not ccc how it is possible to limit the significa-' tion of the word to a more restricted sense than that given it. Judge Mul lanphy, wc are told, Twill publish his opinion at leglh. Potato. It is 272 years since pota toes were first known in Europe. They were introduced into Ireland, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth in 15G5, by Capt. John Hawkins, who brought them from Santa Fe, in South America. It is said that they were first planted by Sir Walter Raleigh, who had an estate in Ireland; but the natural history of the potato was so little understood at that lime, that Sir Walter resolved to re nounce the expectation he had formed of bringing this exotic to perfection in that country. W hen in due'time, after he had planted the first potatoes, the stalks grew up, and he perceived upon the sterna green apple, he thought that was the fruit, which he had no idea of being concealed under the earth. Ho caused some of these apples to be. boiled; but finding them nauseous to the tasle, he concluded lhat he bad lost his labor; and for some time thought no more of potatoes. However, having some time after given directions that the ground should bo dug up, cr .ploughed, - to his" very great surprise he found a plentiful crop of fruit, which proved most grate ful to the taste. They soon got into general use, and became the principal food of the Irish peasantry. , Singular Death. The Cincinnati Sun of Tuesday week, says: - .- ' "Some lime last week a man was found on Deer Creek bridge deal, in a singu lar position. It appears the fellow had been stealing hogs through the night and made oil' with them safely and was ori' his fourth voyage, but gelling weary had slopped to rest. - The feet of the an-' imal Were tied with a cord and .slung over his head, and as he leaned upon the railings, as is supposed, the hog slipped over the side, choaking the 'man to death" ' - S " in. ,i i ii i "" ' ' ' "; Cometsand Women. r Gome one has said playfully, but ra-: ther severelyComets doubtless an swer some wise and good purpose in crc ation; so do women. Comets are incom prehensible, beautiful, eccentric, so arc women. Comets shine with peculiar splendor, bul '.at- Right appear most bril liant, so do - wenien. Ccinels confound, the most learned, when they attempt to ascertain their, nature; so do women. Comets equally excite the admiration of the philosopher and the clown; so . do women. Comets and women, therefore, arc c lo-cly yualugous: but the nature of each being iu'oCitit able,- all that rcnuius fur us to do is to ?icv with admiration ,!bc one, and lvc hnoit to adcnib"n the other? GELEBRATON. 'The tViizcns of tbc county generally, th;3 ladies csiccially, and strangers who may be present arc hereby respectfully requested 'to' honor the occasion of the celebration cf our next National Anni ivcroary with their picsencc at the ora tion and Barbacjc, to be given on the ltti of July in this place. Wm 'Rainy, Thomas Hunt, J II Keith : L P Acker G G Nelson D C Williams D 1) Caldwell , licnj Ford Asa Love . R. J Jones S Henderson , TW Gray. . Comra'dlcetf 'invitation. (Jf We are ar.iliu ire j tc anumiace J A MKS ('. AiiISTiOJT(I asa cnudidatofof tlico.Ti..c of I'i'uhai.! ('oiiri (l?rk, for l'onola cou.Uy, at lia e M- fuin; iSova ul)3f t'loc'ion. - , . , OVrius lion. JOSEl'M W. CilALMI JiS is ar:n Ji l:tl2 f r riic ofiire lie now liotJs uf Vice CiitKCiiLi.on of Missis.ijii. TRUSTEE'S SALE, Or OV Va! uahlc Iaud. -CO 3Y virtue of a Deed of Trust execu ted by William H. Glascock, to the undersigned, Trustee, the said trus tee will on Monday the 31st day of Ju ly next, at the court house in the town of Ponola, in the county of Ponola, and ctatc of Mississippi, expose to public sale lo iho highest bidder, for cash, lhat valublc tract or parcel of land, adjoin ing the said town of Ponola; and known end described as the south west, south cast and north cast quarters of section eight, in township nine, of Range seven west, except from ten lo fifteen acres, y.'hich is a part-of tho said town of Ponola..-Such title-will be conveyed as is vested in the undersigned. , A. T: MOORE, Trustee. ' July tot 1C13-1C-1W. p f G. AM KG EIVS NO 'VICE. rriAKEN up, by Joseph H. Emerson, - of Ponola county, about tlic 10th of j May, last, and posted before IVF. Mor rio, Eq. on the 20th inst, a light brown mare, about 11 hands high, left hind foot white, a small star in her forehead and marked with gear, about 15 years old, appraised to twenty dollars.- DAVID DUKE, n. r.c. July 1st 1813.-lG-tf. . pf2. NOTICE. DC. WILLIAMS, administrator cf the estate of G. B. Carter decVl has filed his accounts at the June Term of the Probate Court of Ponola county, for fit?al settlement of sard estate at the October Term 10 13. Notice is hereby given to all interested to attend end show cause if r.ry they can why final settle ment and allowance of said accounts should not then be made. , D. C. WILLIAMS, Mni r. Hmo' 21th 14 3w. - - . ADMiN ISTIIATOFSS NOTICE. BY order of - the Hon. the Probate Court .held in the t&w'n- of Ponola, on the 10th day of June 1013, I will sell at the Court House door in the town ol Ponola on the 1st Monday cf August next for cash the undivided interest wipcli James Keith dee'd has in, and lo lot No. 5. C.anJ Q,of block No. 9, lot 2 in block 15 lot 3 in block 7, lot 3 in block 3; all in the lown of Ponola, and will convey such title as is in me vested by virtue of said order, this 20lh Junc 1 G 13. Sale at the usual hour. J. II. KEITH, AJCr. junc 21th 1 1 Gw. ' Sale or Toivfx Iols.'. uu. IS rcoy given uiai mc Comrnissioners of the town cf:n.:..i i-c.,ui. Belmont ia Ponola county Mississippi, will on the 1st Monday in 'August nbst . . . )rocccd to sell at pubhe auction, to the liighest bidder all Ue unsold, lots in said town. A credit tf crvc end two 3Tcars will be given, by the purcha ser ' giving sufficient security. The slock holders and all others that may be interested arc particularly requested to attend, x ' ' : John C'nisbolm ). - ; . Yolny Peel, foam i. r.icuorkie, ) kjolukis J. W. Matthews, 2' ' sioncrs. Henry Laird . ) junc 17lh-14-4vv. - NOTICE. rpiIOSE persons indebted lo us by HUIU Uf tttWUUl, IllilUU Willi V Tyson, will please call on F. A. Tyler Esq. arfd sctlle the'samc immediately. tito il.r,- c, ,t;,to v ELY &, BROTHER. Ponola , Junc 1, 1813 1 2-6 w - Notice'; " 'r : , :- AGREEABLY to an order cf the Honorable; . tho Probate Court of Tallahatchie -county made at the June Term-A.. I). 1 8 13 ;.I shall proceed to sell on the" first "day of August next in the town of Charleston' in" said county on acrcdit of . twelve '-months, with, bond and approved security, the following lands belonging to the estate "of Josiah Robinson deceased, jatc of said .ccunly ; to wit, north -east quarter of section thirty four, in lowrjship twenf three of range one west, containing one hundred and sixty . acres more or less. Sale to take place within tho lime prescribed by law ' - - -.' , " "" - . : A LB K KT G , II A R V ISON ; AdtJhit'tratnr of Josiak Robinson de ceased, " Ch-.irly'3ton Jun- J.3-.h llX-l l:-3r.- ' Sloji Hit E?ii!i:uv:iv aiatl Thiei!! SurroiiLn to ikwc P bcon enticed aVay froin 0. ford La Payette County, Miss on the night of lio Oth inst, a black, boy, . about 25 years of age, had on when lie left a dai k satlinet roundabout, dar'i pantaloons and stray hat, and about G feet high, speaks quick, and is rathersjiitelliacut, goes by the name of SPENCER. It is supposed he will make his way to Geor gia, as he was brought from there in Jan nary Irist. ; I will.giyc $20 reward for theapprcliensionol the boy r'iul "5, if found in the possession of any white man. Wm. McDONALD. Ponola may 2G'vh, 1C43. 1 STONE WARE, a new assortment just received and for sale by J. & A. K. I2U WIN. junc 17 M if. , . . . ,- Saxr IVolsce. ORVILLE HARRISON & CALVIN F. .VANCE, Attohneys at Law, Have formed a CD-pal tncrship, and will in future practice under ihe style of Harrison eV Vance. - ma 27 1 1-tw m , Notice.'-" ' BIIE' co partnership heretofore exis tirg under the firm of MctiAE, GRAHAM & Cd,; is this .day dissolved by. mutual consent. C. F. : McRae" is authorised to settle the business of the firm. C. F. McRAE, U. R,"GRA11AM, march 23, ICR'.. -.; m27 The subscribers have this day formed a co-partnership, under tle firm W. W. MeGARlTY & Co, for the. purpose of transacting a general commission.. and forwarding business, at 50 Common st. W. W. McGARlTV, m27 II. R.GRAHAM. J. & A. K. ERWIN, C(Eia!!iissio, Ieceiviu & Forwarding MERCHANTS, Pouola, Mi. " may 1 ,S-tf (SPANISH SEGARS, a fine article, I) inst roroivoil nnrl (rr sain nt ft 1 A per 1,000, by A. W. ARMSTRONG. 0 tf . may G Warehouse & C'o.t ton Shed. T'lHE undersigned, respectfully inform their friends and the public gener ally that they have a commodious WAREHOUSE & Conor Sues at the Steam-boat Landing, aud are prepared to attend to business entrusted lo their care on the lowest terms. J. & A. K. ERWLV. may 1 8-if A l in i ii i s t ra lor 's IVo t i ce. Frohalc Court, ) May Term ; Foiiota county. . 18 13. A LBERT G. ELLIS, administrator 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, e.t the July term 1C 13. - Notice is hereby given to all inlc res ted lo attend & show cause, -if any they can, why i-.nal settlement and allowance of said accounts should not then be made. A. G. ELLIS, Adnfnr. may 18 1G 13. : 10 tf. IRESIl LARD; a few hundred lbs. in 60 lb. kegs just received and for sale at Gi els. per lb. bv J. & A. K. ERWIN. apl 29 7-lf mpT km NpM-L OUR. a lot inst re i i i v i :i i iiiiii iui aau uv - ... . J.&A.K. ERWIN. apl 23. .7-tf; A W. ARMSTRONG has for sale the following articles, at the pri ces rniicxcd: -Coffee llcts- ." '. Sugar 5 lo 8 els Loaf Sugar 20 to 25 .Spice 25 . t Pepper 25 . Fine salt 3y25ii3,r0 Whiskey 30 to 50 Turpentine 1 ,25 gal Glass 8x10 3,50a 1,50 Mlr.sses 27 to 38 Ginger 15 to 251b.. .Starch 15 to 25 -Lead 10 to 123 lb., Potatoes 50 ct.-ibush .....Domestics 7 to 12 cte pr yd may G . ; ' 8 if - STO THE ilIUKli:UEK!! Jill lVXltJL!f. -,ir, ... r I' V -;ir r 1 citizens oi rono.a co m w . . flivo iiruwaru oi uhu huuuiw v- ii ve Iars for the apprelicosion .and delivery to any SheritT of Louisana, -Alabama, Arkansas Oj Tennessee, cfene -ZACIIARIAII M. RUSSELL, who murdered Thomas Chcely on Moh-. day.the 12th -instant-m' the tno'st wanton and unpr'ovijkcd' manner or they will rive S200 for the delivery of said Rus sell foany sherllTbT this State, so that in any event ho may be securciy brought to justice. -The above reward has been made up by the citizens and will bo paid on compliance with these conditions on application to Jesse B. Porter. Description. Said Russell is about 5 ft. 8 inches high, 25 or 28 years old, slender buiit, rather dark complexion, dark hazlo eye, ,iti speaking, stands cross legged, with his head inclined forward, his left hand to his right el bow Jaud hU right to his mouth, rather slow spoken, black hair, 'iovn,' mean. sneaking, wolfish !o-k. 13th 1-13 A i ten t i o n 13 r a soon sfT'' Attend a drill muster at your parade ground, on 1'iiJay, !'e ' 7ih July next. By order of the Captain: , L. B. ACKER, Ord. Scru'i AUeulioii! Gist Kegl. III. Ft TOl an? Imir.t W " - Will J8- mandeu to be and ap pear in the town ofPonobi on Friday Ihclth July next. by 10 o'clock A. M. armed and equipped as the law di rects for exercise and re view. iO". On the two preced ing days the officers of tho Regiment will appear at tho same hour and place for drill. . . ; By order of the Col. Commandant. W. II.-WILLIAMS. AdftGlst R. M. M. junc 2 1st 11 tf. liazid ibr Nale. W ILL be sold at a great bargain, the north cast quarter of section 27, township G, range 7 east; the north west quarter of section 35 township G, range 7 cast; the south west quarter of section 29 township 7 range 7 cast; Iho south cast quarter, of section 30, town! ship 7 range 7 cast. . These lauds lie within about five miles cf thctown of Carrolisvillc in Itawamba county, and arc gradually rolling or wave land, well timbered with oak, hick ory and black jack, with'scvcral email streams running through them, and of an excellent class for cultivation , in a healthy Section or country. The two last mentioned quarter sections lie to getlrfcr so as. 'to form a half section, and within one mile of twenty mile creek ' the old Natchez trace running over part cf it: The above lands will be sold 'or. ex changed, for real estate in this county on the most lavorable terms lor particu lars of. which inquire at this office, may 27 -11 -if. i. o. o: . NOTICE. All members of the I. O. O. P., residing in this or the ad joining counties, who arc favorable to forming a Lodge at Belmont, arc rc quested to make themselves known lo the subscriber, In F. L. and T. , .. JOS. M.CLARKE. .- Belmont, junc 2nd 1813;-12- tw. joibi7k. k aabuicwT Cotton and Tobacco Factor, Fcccivit - "and F ortearding MerchsrJ - '.'.. '., NEW OH LEANS. tl , i Rcsp.cctfully inform my friends, end 1 the friends of Price, Johnson & Co . of New Orleans, and Johnson, .Ray- burn & Co., of Nashville, that the bus iness of thoso houses will be sncedilv closed, and lhat it is my intention to con tinue, in my oicn name, a Icgitimalc.Com mission and Factorage business in thi city, from and after the 1st day cf Scp-; tembcr next.. I rcspcctlully solicit a share oflhc business from the old pa rona of tac above house3. Bciucr accli mated, I shall reside in the city per ina ncntly. aud will give all business confi ded lo my management strict and per oral attention. . ' ' ' ' 'JOHN K. RAYDURN. July 23, 1812, - ; . -29-r6"m." House ami lot Ibr ale. A- No. 112 front- :M S lUU ins twc,ty:si.x , feet ll.feJJJji-iitl on Line St. in Grcna Ei zH&i ja jljMon which arc valuable improvements suitable, for res idence or business purposes, . near the Presbyterian Churi'h, - vVdl -be. sold to raise money, at one half the original cost of the improvements erected the ic on, tor Particulars mnuire at this of fice. . jnav 27, -11-tf . - - -1 BACON, LARD, FLOUR cV LIME, a new supply, just received and for. sale by ,- J. & A. R. ERWIN. june 1 7 1 4 tf. - ' - v Kan jeer's R'olsce. rfTAKEN UP by James Baker f.v'ng ' -f- 12 miles E. from Ponola, ono large grey mare mule 7 . years old, near 15 hands high, no brands perceivable collar and harness marks appraised at Ihirty-cighl dollars. ; , .. DAVID DUKE, Ranger Ponola cVy. junc 7 18J3. 12 tf. p f $2. . , Rangers JVoticc. rpAKEN up by James R. William's, one 'dark Iron grey horse, stallion, Ihcjcc 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 18th 1813. . " 10-3w. F. A. TYLER,, , Attorney ntjLaw, -Po'Aqla,.. may 27-llttf ' Mi. NOTICE. V LL those indebted to Ely & broth--4- cr, or to the subscriber, either by note or account will do well to call oil the subscriber and settle by first Juncr otherwise they will find their paper in the hands of an officer as I am com pr lled to celled. . U. TYSON. uvTy 23-1 lm - - U-ti j!U l""d f i C"cfi. T. hv h- put i'p"a 'h"