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From the Ntw-York Herald. Late from Europe. , The Columbia arrived at Boston, June iCth, about 7 o'clock in the morning, bringing Liverpool dates to the 4th, and London to the evening of the 3d June. Great inactivity appears to prevail in all branches of trade. The little PiincipaUty of Wales has .been giving some uneasinessf late to the "powers "that be." The southern portion, more especially, has been the scene of a scries of emutes, which show aa unhealthy tone of feeling amongst the peasantry. Hitherto, their depredations have beeo confined to midnight crusades cgainst toll-bars", and -toll-keepers, by ff-ltJs of confederated laborers yclept ""Rebecca andher Daughters;" but re cently their boldness has become more auJaciou-s and the magistrates have it in fontcnipkilion to place the disturbed dis tricts under military survcilancc. Scotland ha3 been the scene of a reli. ious movement, the most important in i'i ennscnuences, the most extended in its ramifications, which has taken place since the time of the Reformation. Near ly 500 ministers the heart's blool of tlie church, embracing all that is most distinguished for learning, talent and energy have seceded from the Kirk, and thrown themselves upon voluntary principles, rather than submit o in terference in matters of discipline with the civil power. - . Another conspiracy was saia to have ken discovered in the Turkish army, which had in view the dethronement of the Sultan, and the placing of his brother on the throne. The difficulties between Turkey raid Persia are assuming a more belligerent aspect, and the mediation of-iho Euro ie:m governments is seriously talked of. . IRLLAIiD. All cyeslTppear to be turned to Ire land, awaiting with most intense anxie ty the result of the movements now go ing on there. The decided stand taken !y the Peel administration on the subject cf Repeal, does not seem to have caused aay abatement in the enthusiasm of the U'jpealers, and we have accounts of their meeting, large and sina'1, in all parts of Ireland. It is evident, however, that O'Ccnnel tr.c master spirit of the cause is moving with rather more caution a:;,! c ircumspection, lie does net deem it expedient to.pu.h matters to extremes, as jickuowsiull well, that tiie, Irish peo ple are quite"""impidsive, and are not yet prepared to push" an actur.l revolution v'ith r.ny hopo of success. All the strong places are in the hands tf the foes, to re pViil. Meantime, it cannot le concealed that the British Ministry, decpltc'cf an afiVctcd calmness, are in a 'siato cf great alarm and inquietude. . With arV income much short of what was anticipated,, and with almost a still greater falling off for the year to come, the government is hardly able to meet the tremendious ex penses always attending a civil war. Much reliance is evidently placed upon the Queen's forthcoming visit to Ireland, to soothe and soften down the asperities of the people; but whether such will be the effect, depends upon circumstances which time alone can devclopc. t. Notwithstanding the absence of Mr. O'Conncl in the country, where-ho has i : " .'V.,' ! nccn aiieiivimg various myainj, my I Corn Exchange, Dublin, at the weekly meeting on the 22nd ult. was densely c;owded, and there was fully a3 much excitement as at any previous meeting. The nicotine did not terminate until ncar'y, six, but the large room was crow. dod to the close. -, . All the Irish forts, castles and battle ments, have been inspected by a govern ment cnrinoer, tnd ordered to be re paired and placed in a state of perfect utility. Indeed, the preparations of government are such as would indicate that a civil war is not far distant. Ireland. The following is a portion of a speech delivered by Dr.Higgins Bishop of Ar magh, at the' dinner given after the great iHeppal meeting in Mullingir Co., West Neath, on Saturday May the Htli, at which 130 to ISO thousand people were present. The Bhrm ofArdagh proceeded: Nat. Cour.' I know that virtually, you all have reason to believe that the .Bishops, of Ireland are repealers; but I. have now again formally to announce to ycu that lhey have all declared themselves as s'-ch, and from shore to shore we are now all repealers (great cheering.) Perhaps j should confine myself to.these ot'servations as far as the bodv is con rcrned to which I have the honor to be l?ng; but I cannot sit down without ad VertinS t0 the means which that body "VculJ have, and would be determined ,0.etcrt, in case that foolish minister wno presides over the destinies of our I for one defy all the ministers of Eng. land to put down agitation in the diocese ofArdagh. . If they attempt, my friends to rob us of the daylight, I believe, com mon to us all, and prevent us from as sembling in tho open fields, we 'will, re tire to our own chapels, and we will suspend all other instructions, in order to devote all our time in' teaching the people to be Repealers irt spit-; of them." If they beset our temples, and mix our people' with spies, we will prepare our people - for the circumstances;. .and if they bring us up for that to the scaffold, in dying for the cause of oun country, we will bequeathe our wrongs to our successors. (The entire assembly here arose and continued, checriug in, tho most enthusiastic... manner- for several minutes.) Let thern try that experi ment if they will, (hear hear &l cheers.) They are loo kccii-rthcy are loo deter mined to go on with their insidious ncss, to give us, even a fair plaj in dy ing for our country. (Renewed peals of applause.) ' ' . - No, tk'cy would not dD it: and there"' forp I am 'justified in saying that the Bishops of Ireland and the people who co-opcratc with them, despite all human ingenuity, and all the malignity of British Councils have within their grasp the power to countervail their de signs, and to carry out Repeal in spite of every possible resistance. (Loud cheering.) , I am hut an hnmble man I am noth ing I not only belong to the people, but I am proud to proclaim it to. you I be long to tho very humblest class of the people. . I do speak it with pride, for to no-aristocrat on earth do I owe anv thing, save that unbounded contempt I have for the whole class. : , The Right Reverend Prelate here resumed his scat in the .midst cf deafen ing shouts of applause. possessed of a great deal too much, or of infinitely too little. Lady Grosi':ir''s Narrative,. :ld darpu to r,v.r German. Princes. . All the gardens, too, areopen, and tho people walk in them, and stream around the palaces; passing in many instances, through their very courts and gateways, just as if they were their own. Nay, tt'C royal and dncal owners walk about amongst the people w it?i as little cere mony as any of the rest. The Emperor of Austria, or the King of Prussia, does the very -sanje. You may meet them anywhere; and little mo're ceremony is used towards them then is used towards any other individual, simply thatof lift ing" your hat ic." passing, "which is dono to all your acquaintance, and is return ed as a mark of ordinary salutation. You will see princes sitting in public places with their friends, with a cup of coffee, a'3 unassumingly, and as little stared at as a:.y respectable citizen. You may sometimes sec a grand duke come into a country inn, call for las glass of ale, drink if, pay for it, r.nd gc away as unceremoniously as yourself. The consequence of this easy familiarity is, that, princes arc every whore popular; and the t)ail.y. occurrence of their pres ence amongst' tho people prevents that absurd rush and stare at them which prevails in more luxurious and exclusive countries. Hopill's Rural end Domes tic life of Germany. ' The Sweet Waters of Asia. The boat took us in the afternoon up the .l-osphorus, to the Sweet Waters of Asia, where the Sultan was regaling himself with his solitary dinner (he nl. way3 eats alone) in a large kiosk, under the trees close to the sea, and the. royal, casiques were awaiting his return- - A number ofarabas, come containing la dies of the imperial harem, were collec ted j with their' veiledinmates, in a shady spot at the water's edge. .Some. of. the ladies'. were silting in groups cn the grass, ;but an enclosure of guards ' pre vented the near approach cf strangers. Beautiful as are the whole of the shores, we were rather disappointed in these Sweet Waters, the rest of the scene be ing simply a large haymeadow, bounded by hedges, half of it cropped by a num ber cf:tethered horses. We walked up a pretty English-looking lane, crossed a decayed wooden bridge with large holes in it, and came upon v.' scene of. pic-nics and cafes, under groups of trees. A par ty of Turkish women were silting round a repast spread on the ground, and rin our approach most carefully hid their faces; one completely covered her eye3, at the same time, in her agitation, thrust 'ing forth one leg visible, as high "as the knee, in her large yellow boot. On the other, side of a brook, - where the ; frogs were making, as usual, a noise like Pan demonium,, we re seated a g r ou p of men round aiable-clolh. on,. the gcound, wih a large dish in the middle, full of slewed meat and other compounds, which they were tearing to pieces with their hands; it must have been a.very eldorly fowl or lamb, by the pulling and struggling which ensued. -The great difficulty in this manner of eating must be the. risk (e Things to be Remembered. , Horses should never bo put to- work on a full stomach. More horses are liurt by hard drivingafter a full fceds than by. a full feed after hard driving. . If th0 farmer wishes to have his pork barrel and "meal chest hold out, let him Icok well to his kitchen garden. Plenty of vegetables conduce not more to health than to profit. - - ... , In laying In v. stock cf winter fodder for animals, let it not bo forgotten that a little too much is just enough. Starving animals at any time is miserable policy. -As you treat your land, so it will. treat you. Feed it with manures liberally and it will yield you bread bountifully Avoid debts as you would the leprosy If you arc ever templed to purchase on credit, put if off three days. Yrou need timc.for refleclion. " :-' Never jbeg fruit, or any thing else ycu can produce by the expenditure of a lit tle time or labor... It is as reasonable to expect a man to give away the products of his wheat field, as of his orchard cr fruit garden. If you keep your sheep and cattle in your meadows until June, don't complain next winter because you are compelled to purchase hay for your stock. The man who uses good seed, has a good soil, and works it in good season) rarely fails of having a good crop tore ward his toil. Never forfeit yCur word. The say ing in truth, of any farmer, "his word is as good as his bond," is worth more to him than the interest of $10,000 annu" al 1 y.Alba ny C ulti va lor. Sharks. The noblest game for the deep sea an gler is the shark; and there is towards the conquc-t of this fisli'thc snmo feeling r.s towards a similar triumph over the tiger an exultation, a gratification to think that mankind has been relieved from a monster 'that one ty rar.t less is in existence. The excitement amoncr a '--.Xist orijcltcrs ' -" 3J cmainining in the Post Office at Pa JLA'no.Ia, Mississippi, on the 31st day of June, A., D... 1813; which, if not taken outliy the 1st of Oct. next, will be sent to the General Post Offico as dead letters. ; Ar mislead P H Dr. Kirk'land Mdse3' 1 Alexander G L Kelly John i Arington Frances King James D BroaJy J no G 2 Uaarb N K 2 Ooyd David 2 Boyd J C Puller 'Wm II , ' . I?yars Anthony 2 Barrdin John CassWt:!' -; ; Childress Jcol Caruthers & Co. Coleman R II Coleman Edward Cox Jackson II Circuit Clerk 4 iConner .Martha E Dove Willis Divis J N Ma:.''"-'.' Kelso Horatio Laird Henry Pr. Logan George Morris A M 2 McCoHer. Wm ' Moss Jafncs Morris DS Marshall G W ; Maynerd Ilender- son or Isaac" McKce John Nail Eliza Mrs NallWmT Neil Anthorjy Perkins James Terry BurrclR Parkinson G'W ; Dc!7 r alien reid Mar-Philins 1, Dr thaMrs. Peacy James ' Davis Emily Mrs. Panky Wilson -Dahonoge C F Ruffin Marrel Mrs Dubois Joseph G Robertson S. Mrs. E'der John Ruffin James Evans SW t r Robertson II & D Evans J W.- T Raincr Alford Edger Hannah' Mrs Sheriff 4 J1ANGEIFS NOTICE. rPAKliNup, by Joseph II. Emerson, of; ronola county, about the 10th of 'JL' May, last, and posted before B. F. Mor- rio, Esq. on the 20th insi,a light brown mare, about "14 .hands high, left hind foot white, a small- star in'her forehead and marked with gear, .about 15 years old, appraised to twenty dollars. " -DAVID DUKE, r. p.c. ' July 1st 1843.-1 6-tf. . , p f 2$. '-V' v : NOTICE. ; ;; ; ; DC. WILLIAMS, administr'ator of the estate of G. B. Carter dee'd has filed his accounts at the June Term cf the Probate Court of Ponola county, for final settlement of said" estate at the October Term 1 843. Notice is hereby given to all interested to attend and show cause if any they can why final settle ment and allowance of said accounts should not then bo made. ...... D. C. WILLIAMS,. A'V. ' June' 24th 14 3v. : V: ADMIN IS TRA TOR'S NO TICE. Y order of the Hon. the Probate Court held in the town of Ponola, on.lhc - J9th -day-.of June 1843, I will sell at the Court House, door in the town Stratton A E SimsFM . . Stewart J C Felker Andrew Fero Francis M Furgason 11 S Finch Isham -Goodwin A G 2 Grr.yson Daniel ifanson W Henderson Jno. C Hulett Thomas 3. Hinton James Hudspeth Thos 2 llighlower Stephen Williams W II Dr. UihtowerS. Mrs. Watson T W Ililburn F M .Williams Johfi Hogan James Wallace R W Hunt Adola Miss Wright. Jesse J Justice Ely Whitson Thos Jones Joshua Wright OC JAMES C ARMSTRONG, P. M. Panola, June 30, 1843. liacitl.iur Sale. J ILL be wjIoV at a great bargain, tlienorth-east quartrr-of section 27, township C, range 7-east; the north west quarter of section .35 tovrnship C, range 7 east; the south, west quarter of section 29 township 7 range, 7 east; tho south ast quarter, of-section 20, town ship? range 7 east. ' , . These lands lie within about five miles of the town of Carrollsville in ltawathba county, and are gradually rolling. Or wave land, well timbered with oak, hick ory and black jack, with several small streams running llirniirrli itioin nml rT J,., . jj.. an t;xcellent clas3 for cultivation, in healthy section of country. Pho two last;-mentioned quarter .sections Jie to gelher so as to form a half section", and witidri one mile of twenty mile creek the old." Natchez trace running over part oTIC " ..; . The abcTe Jinds will be Bold or ex changed for real estate in this county on the, most favorable terms for partial lars of which inquire at this office. . may. 27 1 L-lf. I. O. O. IV -. TTOTICE. Ail members of the 1. O. -L O. F., rcsidinir in this or the ad- ot Ponola on the 1st Monday of August joining counties, who are favorable ta next for cash tho. undivided ...iniqjresi wqich James Keith dee'd he.s in, and to lot No. 3. 6. and 9, of block No. V, lot 2 in block 15, lot 3 in block 7, lot 3 in block .3; all in the town of Panola, and will convey such title as is in me vested by virtue of said order, this. 20th June Strickiin C P & Geo ! !C -3- Sale aft the usual hour. Smith Allen Sandford R V '" Tipton John Estate Tuck oi' W YV Tinkle Vm E Taylor FO . .; Tyson Edward 'THE partnership heretofore cxisving between tho undersigned in the .Mercantile Business in the town of Bel- rmont, in Ponola county, under the firm ship's watch when' cue of these fish is j and style of Henry Laird &. Co., and in hooked, makes them, for the time, ahnost regardless of discipline; and when he'is hauled on board, the cry and joy "with which they hurry "John Shark' as they term him, to Ids fate shows that they re joice over a "cruel enemy's fall. The' shark is seldom seen by theni on ship board, except during a calm, cr when tht vessel does not make morcway ihro' the water than one or two knots an hour. He make's occasional detours round the "ship,' but astern, and mostly in the very wake of tho vessel is the position he -maintains. lie appears, as looked down upon from a ship's deck, in shape like that of the cod; but he is of a greenish brown color, and his fins a re tipped with white. There arc two species the common or round headed, and the blue or bottle nosed. Each is savage and voracious; but worst, where both are bud, is said to be, the last named. It is cer tain that this is usually larger than the other, but is more rarely met with. 1 never saw but one. An extraordinary circumstance connected with the shark is its being invariably attended by a num ber, I have seen as many as a dozen of most beautiful fish varying in size from that of a herring fo that cf a mackerel. These are called pilot fish, from the po pular belief that they guide the shark to his prey; but 1 believe that this is a de lusion, similar to that which obtained for the jackal the title of the lion's provider. Tiiis p.ros from the jackal being always found in the vicinity of the king of the forest when he was devouring his prey. Better information now teaches, that the jackal on such occasions' comes ' to profit by the others leavings; and so I think the pilot fish attends upon the shark for the sake of feeding upon the fragments lie scatters around when tear ing his prey to pieces, they arc a most sprightly elegant fish, banded circularly with alternate stripes of white and pur ple, and-dart about the monster's head in evident security that no effort he might make would enable him to catch them; and they are most sedulous in picking up any little pieces that may separate from the bait employed to lure the shark, or that may be thrown in for their benefit, and which are too small to attract the monster's notice. No sooner is he hook ed, and demonstrates by dsis.' struggles his sense of danger, thnti'his little attend ants betray, by their confusion and af frighted motions, that they arc partakers of his fears,. and the instant he is com: pletely taken, they dart awry, and' arc seen no more. . J - ! (tr "VV are authorised to artuounca J A ?.iES C. ARMSTRONG as a candidate for theoTi-e of Probate Court Clark, for Ponola count', at tlio e n $i5in2 Nove rtbsr tlec'ion. ... , , , . ' ... . . : ' ". H ' " Th3 Hon. JOSEPH V. CIIAX.MER5 is a candidate for the office ha now hcscf Vice Cii AXCEixon of .Mississippi. . . : J ... : ... ' v We are au thorized to announce B. F. MORRIS as a cafididals for.lbe ofuce of Clerk of ths Cir cuit Coart of Ponola -county, at t'13 ensuing elec tion. - -- - --. -- :' .Sake' Notice, f.v JUST received, a fine assortment of " the most fashionablc'prints,-. French Jackonet and , painied ..Muslins, .13 road Cloths, Satinclts, Gambscon v Cham brayosf Fancy Cottonades, Ivy."Jans, Flannels, White and Black Boblnct, Irish and Brown Linens,IIosicry and a great variety of fancy articles, which wiij be the town of Oakland in Yalobusha coun ty under the firm and style of I?. II. Laird & Co , was this day dissolved 1-y , mutual consent; Robert II. Laird having purchased tho entire interest of Henry Laird in both establishments. All per1 sons indebted to cither firm by note or account, on ihe first day of January last, are requested to como forvvard and make .immediate paymsutto cither of the un- dc r signed, - - T - HENRY LAIRD, ROBERT II. LAIRD. ;N. B. The undersigned will still continue to carry on the Mercantile Bu siness in his own name, at both Belmont and Oakland, and is in hopes to receive a shr.ro ofthe liberal patronage hereto fore' extended to the ffrms with Mvhich die was connected. . i ' ROBERT II. LAIRD. j. 11. 1 11, jiar.tr. junej?1tli 14Cr'.. ' "... ' . . ; ; . c ol" Tom n tLc ts, .rOTlCE is hereby given that the. -Ll Conimissioners ..of the- town" of Belmont in Fohola'' .county" Mississippi, will on the let Monday in "August next proceed to sell at pubhe auction, to" the highest bidder ai I the unsold lots J.n said "town. A credit of one and tfo years will, to given, by the purcha ser giving ' sufircicnt seturay'. The Stock holders and all others- that may le interested arc particularly requested to attend.,.. J. -- .. . John Chisliclm Volny Peel, ' Sam'l. McCorkle, J. W. Matthews, ) Henry Laird ) june l7th-M-'4w. . Commissioners. NOTICE. THOSE persons indebted. to us by note or account, made with Mr. IT. Tyson, will please call on F. Al Tyler Esq. and settle the same immediately. ELY & BROTHER, Ponola, June 1, 1813, . 2-Gv - forming a Lodge at Belmont, arc re quested to make themselves known. t6 the subscriber, In F. L. antlT. " ' ' JOS. M. CLARKE, Belmont, june 2nd 1843.-12-tv. JOHIV. K. KAYJBUKIY. -'. . Vollon and Tobacco Factor, Receiving and For warding Merchant, . KEW ORLEANS. , , . p Respectfully inform my friends, and y the friends of Price, Johnson &" Co., of Nov Orleans, and Johnson, "Hay burn & Cc, of Nashville, that ihe bus iness of those houses will .be speedily closed, and ttiat- 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 I si day of Sep tember next. ' I respectfully solicit .a share ofthe business from ihe old "pa. rons of the above houses., Ikdng accli mated, I shall reside dn the city perma nently, and will give all business confi ded to my .management strict and per sonal attention. . , ".. . JOHN R. RAYBURN. July 3, IC42, . 20-6nv . ISosifc nml lot Tor nlc. slfefflM? A . No!' 112 front fT5 ing twenty six fcet on Line St. iuCrcna- valuable improvements suitable for. res idence or business purposes, neat the Presbyterian- Church, will be sold to iso money, at one half the original July 18-13. 17-3w. Juook Ollt I , , EPIVE bales Domestics, assorted, in sior-j 2 for sale from 5 to 10 cts per yard by June u. A. W. ARMSTRONG. Fresk Good r jjMJE subscriber is iuct rcrelvlhif a -7 fresh supply of Dry Goods, Gro ceries, Quccnsware, Tin and Hardware, which wilt be sold on reasonable terms. Those wishing to purchase will do well to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. June G. A. W. ARMSTRONG. ' HARDWARE and Cutlery of all dc scriptions for sale low by , , J u no 8 . . A. W. AR MSTRON G -rtUlCv. co'jt of the improvemcnls erecred therc A nnn-cmr v -j. ,. ,r. . , - : ...v. r.. r . . . . . r' m- - - . "-w' .... I Honor able," the Prolate Court o'f Tallahatchie county made at the June Term A. 1)1 1043; I shall proceed to sell on the first day of August next in the townof . Charleston in said county on acrcdit of twelve months, with bond and approved security, the following' lauds belonging to the estate ofJosiah Robinson deceased, late of said county; to wit, north cast quarter of section thirty four, in jownship twenty threeof range one west, containing one hundred and sixty acres more or less. . Sale to take place within the time prescribed by aU ' ; ' . ALBERT G. IIARVISON. Administrator of Josiah Robinson de ceased. ' ' - . V . , . Charleston June I3th t843-14-5w' The subscribers have this day formed a co-partnership, under-the firm W. V. McGARlTY & Co, for the purpose of transacting a general cdniniission and forwarding business, xil 50 Common st. W. W McGARITY,- m27 H. -R. GRAHAM. Fust Kecclvetl "OROM Boston, a finp assortment' of .fresh Shoes and. Boots, consisting of Ladies' Kid Slippers,. Shoes, - Walking Ties, and Brogans ; Gcnt.7. Calf, Seal & Kip Boots, do. Calf, Seal and Kip Bro gans and Shoes. Also, a great variety of Children's shoes. AU of which will te sold low for cash by f ; , , Jno.C. . A. ARMSTRONG. . : A FRESH supply of -Greccrics, don sisting of Loaf and Erown Sugars, Rio and Havana Coffee, Rice, Soap, Sperm Candles, Gunpowder, Teas, Bran-r dy- Claret V ine and Tobacco of all brands, Czc. &c"., low for cash -by ' June C. : A" W: ARMSTRONG! A- WELL ASSORTED lot cf the kiss Straw, Cypress, Muslin, Silk, &c., for sale low by ; June 8. ) ! A. Vr. ARMSTRONG. . J. &. A. K. ER WIN, : ' : MERCHANTS, f Ponola, Mi. , may 1 . : : ... '. 8-tf QPANISII SEGARS, a' fine article, 2 just received and for sale at 15 per- 1,000, by, : ; r: A. W. ARMSTRONG, may G . . : - G tf Warehouse & CoUon Shed. wSmm -jHIIE undersigned respectfully inform -fi- their friends and tho public gener ally that' thoy have a .commodio'ys WAREHOUSE & Cotton Shed the me quick .Bonnets, consisting of r Steam-boat Landing, and arQ. prepared 10 auenu 10 uusmcss cnnqstcu to . their care on the lowest terms. ' ' " j. & a. k.:erwin. ; . may; 1 , . . .. ; - 7; ,8-tf 7 TRUSTEE'S; SALE,- Y; yijlue.of'a Deed, of. Trust cxecu-. . ted by William . II.". Glascock, to the undersigned, Trustee, the said trus- i tee will on Monday the 31st day of Ju ly next, at the court house:ia thQ town of Ponola, in the county of PonolOj and state cf Mississippi,; expose to public sale 16 the highest bidder, for-cdsh, that yaluble tract of parcel of land, adjoin ing lhc said town of Ponola; -and known and described as the south VwesfT south east and ' north east quarters cf section eight, in township nineaof Range seyen hwest except from, ten-to fifteen acres, Probate Court, . ) ; 'May Term Ponola county. ) 184 . . LliERT G. ELLIS, administrator f- ofthe estate of David A Crenshaw. ( deceased, has filed; :hi 3 accounts at the present termoi this court, for. final sct tlcncnt of sakf estate, r.t the July term 1043. ; .-;,; ;;.;" ;".. 5 Notice is'hcr6by given to all i nte res ted to attend. & show cause, if any they can, wh'y 'final settlement and allowance of said accounts should ndt.thcri be made. paid ,!owfor-'.'is!i fice. . inay 7, 1 1-tf BACON, LARD, FLOUR & H M E, anew supply, just received and for sale by J. cc A. K. ERW1N. june 17 14 If. . - Hanger's Police. -rflAKKN UP by James Baker I5.-. :ng -K- 12 miles E..from Ponola, 6:10 large grey 'mare mute 7 years old,neir 15 hands high, no ..brands perceivable collar and harness marks appraised at thirty-eight dollars. .1 , ' . DAVID DUKE. Ranger . Ponola c'ty. "' june 7 1843. 12 tf. " p f $2. . :.. Ras2sevs Notice. npAKEN un by James R. WilliamV .'. one dark Iron grey horse stallion, three years old this spring about 1 1 hand high some white on the end of his . tail., . tio-other, perceivable marks or brands appraised to twenty seven dol lars: DAVID DUKE, Ranger, Ponola County. may 10th 1813. "" " 10 -3w. ' ' P. A. TYLER, ' ". " , Attornpy tit. L'lte, . ' y , ; ; ivol. ; may 27 -ll-tf.' '" Mi A ..;"' NOTICE.. -.-""T1 ---cr, or to the subscriber, cither by note or account wiI do well ;to call ou the subscriber" and settle by first 'Jun otherwise they will find their paper ia the hands of an ofiieer as I tun" hoa pelled to collect. U. TYfjON, -may 23d 1 813. 1 1-tf, . . . f . -. $200 REWARD!!! II.Fi citizens " of Pchdla county; ; wilt --'jgivc a rew;ard of one liuhdrcd dol lars for the' apprehension and delivery to. any Sheriff of Loaisana; Alabama, Arkansas or Tennessee, ofche - . ZACHARIAH M. RUSSELL, who murdered Thomas Chccly on Mon day the 12th instant in llic'mosl'wanton and unprovoked manner or they will give $200 for the'delivery ofjsaid Rus sell to any sheriff of thisStalo, so that in any cyeutiic may be securely brought to justice. . The above reward has been made up by the citizens and will be paid application to Jcsse-B. Porter. jjuui. , iuim.. -uui'j iiusMM is auout 5 ft. 8 inches high, 25 or 28 years old, slender built, rather dark compl-ijon' dark lmzlc eye, in speaking,. "itaad cross legged, with his head inclined lorward, his, left hand to his riht cl- ouw una ms nnt to us month, riitlmr . , - A. G. ELLIS, Adipni slow spokeu, black . hair,- down, mean may 18 1843. : , . f :; . 10lf... -! sneaking, wolfish Muk. ' Juno 1'Jih 1013. which is apart of tho said townof Poa 1 lRESU. LARD,- n few hutvircd lbs. ; . oa." Such title will be SnVeved as. is : lfJ 50 lb. kegs just received and fur , QITF.RWNE FLOUR, a lot yxx r vested in 0"3 U.ndersicned.; ' I ! sale at G cts. per lb. by ; ?cciv ed ru J for pale by v. A. T. MOORE, Trustee,: : ' A. K. ERU N. ! , , vS- A. K. Hi? WUV '' i.;lv'..l:-t 10!"-i5-:iV. v t', i - ' ' .. -tt.- ";' '. , 7 into f.!i ion (hoar, nnd chopr.)! qu:lly ditreing) of finding onell j June V W. ARMSTRONG.