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The mail from' Memphis arrives on Tuesday and Saturday, at 12 o'clock M and departs im mediately. ' The mail from Oxford auivsd on Tin lay a 6 o'clock P. M. and departs on Mondays at 6 o'clock A. M. The mail from Grenada, arrivrj on Sundays at 6 o'clock P. M., tt:id departs Fridays at 6 o clock A.M. The mail from Carrolltou arrives Thuuda's at 6 o'clock F. M., and departs Mondays nt 6 o'clock A. 31. LITERARY, DOMESTIC, & FASIIIONA ULii FAMILY MAGAZIXK. Policy's daily's Hook, For 1815. EDITDD BY MRS. S. J. HALE &, OTHERS THE LOXG ESTABLISHED Ubftcr of 2Taste, Jpasfon, artti The Belles I.ettres. FOR THE LADIES OF AMERICA. fi ODEY'S LADY'S BOOK having been fo VJ5 so lonx a series ot years, universally recogni zed as the exclusive and indisputable guide to the f iirRcx, in matters of tsste, fashion, and litera ture tha only work conducted by diatinsui9he female authors, who have won for themselves a high place among the guiding spirits of the age the only work which m point of fact has been ex cljsively devoted to the ladies its favor with its fair patnna has not been less remarkable than its ptrfett adaptation to their feeling? and tastes an t:icir requirement?, in entering upon a now yaar. tha p ibasher, without diminishing in the least tha sterling and useful literature, which has so long re B'j'tefd from laying under contribution the native pod seno and elegant fancy of our Amorican X e mala writers, will, as each successive number ajv psars, present in the several departments of Liter ature, Fashion, and Fictorial Embellishment, a constant and ever varying succession of new and striking features.' Nor docs he promise without ' ample ability td perform. Tha best literary tal ent, the best efforts of the most distinguished artists f n the country-and, to crown as well as adorn the whole the most perfect arrangements for the re ccption of the American, Londi and Paris Fash ions, far in advance of any other publication in this country, enable him to assure the patron3 of the LADY'b BOOK that tb,e forthcoming volume will more than justify i3 well earned title of the Magazine of Magazines far the ladies of our country. It haspas36d into custom to &3sert that dress is a matter of trifling importance, but this every lady Knows vj oe uueny taise. raste in dress 19 uni versally felt to be the index of a thousand desirable qualities m Woman, while a deficiency in this res pectalway3 injures one in the estirriaticit cf Stran gers, and even of her intimate friends the beauty of Helen and the wit of Aspasia, would hardly temrr.eitd to general favor an acknowledged dowdy iri dress. Hence the importance of an accredited guide to the Fashions. This uaefal office, already filled for fdufteen years, with universal acceptance, by the Ladys Book, the publisher pledges himself to discharge in . fiture, in a style surpassing all his fori ) efforts. The ladies know perfectly well that our Magazirie is the highest authority in Fashion. Nd lady considers herself well dressed who con travenes this authority, and, in our own city, in N. York, Boston, Baltimore, .Cindiyiati, Louisville, Lexington, St. Louis, New Orleans, Mobile, Rich mond, Charleston, Savannah, and theothermetrop- 1 ontian cities ot the various States, the tastoful Fashion Plates of the Lady's Book dj.taie the laws ofdre"33-. As a further assurance of thorough excellence in this department, the publisher has secured the ser vices of Miss LESLIE, who will illustrate tho F ashion Plains, in her usual felicitous crid graph ic style, uniting a thorough knowledge of the sub ject, wii a clear, graceful and intollizible man- . ner of treating it. Her descriptions are worthy of trie proauciions 01 ner own glowing pencil, which drew- the earliest Fashion Plates for the Lady's Book. The pnbliahsr's correspondent in Paris is pos sessed of such ample means of obtaining tho real and present Paris Fashions, and of transmitting them in advance of all competitors, that the ladies may continuoj as they have always ddrie to cdpy from our platas what has received the sanction of indisputable ton, the last, the newest, the best fash ion?, fresh from Paris. The arrangements for p;oducing a most brilliant ana attractive series of Line and Mezzotint En graving are now completo. Pictures fresh from the easels of our first rate American Artists, are now actually in the hands of the ablest American eigravers the subjects embracing not only tho usu al popular ami aomestic topics, but others which are iitterwcrveii into the very heartstrings of Amer ican nationality, treating as they do of sjirring in cidents in the glorious and heroic age "of Amer ica With respect, o the eenerall iterarv and mora tone of the La ly's Book, for 1813, it will main- x ain its usual consistent character of a domestic and fa3hionabla family magazine. WWle such . contributors as Miss Loslie, Miss Sedgwick, Mrs Hall, MrsEmburv. Mrs E F Ellet. M ney, Mrs V E Howard, Mrs Seba Smith, Mrs A M F Aitrfarf, Mrs C Lee Hentz, Mrs Parsons, and JUrs S J Hale continue their contributions. K beautiful and tho nscful, all that charms the fancy ana an max menus tneneart and guides the best Bueciioiis 01 ournature, win continuo to adorn and dignify our pages. The lovers of historical romance, and those who regaru our Ration's glory as the prime objects of our nation's literature, will have their peculiar graunea ny trie conti 1 buttons of Dr Robert M Jiird, the arihorof 'the liaAtr' lbs admirers of Southern scenery and manners will recognise with pleamire,amongourcorrespond nts, the name of W GilmoreSimms, the novelist; author of KJuy Rivers,' Yemasses' 1 nose wno are partial to graceful, easy,nonclia halant, gentlemanly story telling, will always jia.11 wiin pleasure ine montniy return p Wil lis, the most piquant, lively and fertile of all mag azind writers. Tie orimirero o-th hiqh tnnr moral and do mestic riouveUetter will recognise with pleasure, among our contributors, the name of T S Arthur, author of 'Six NiehtSwith the Washi &c. Contribntio! are also ready from the pens of 1 roiessof Alexander Dallas Bache, late Principal 01 ins rmiadelphia High School, Professor John Sanderson, author of 'a Year in Taris,' Frofessor John rostveditor of 'the Young Feople'a Book. uur limits will not giye us space enough to en umerate the names of a ti the of our contri butcrs. Our list of foreign contributors is enriched with the names of , Joanna Bailie, Mary Russell Mitford, Maryllowitty Maria Edgeworth, Hon. JtrsC. Norton, Jlrs. S.C. Hall, ' recognised in Europe as tho elito of British female autkors. The publisher's means of increasing tb taai.t. and value of the Lady's Book are accumnlntrV year by year. To his already inestimable list of conirioutors, be is constantly receiving accessions . both at home and abroad. His arrangements with respect to Original Paintings, from sutfh Artists as Rothennel, Frankenstein, Croome, Chapman, Jtfacliae, Huntingdon, are now complete, and he numbers among the en gravers whose services are coristarrfiy retained. Tacker, Smith, Wamerr Dick, Sadd, Ellis, l-.Jaasen, Gimbredge, Jones. Ilirwliole system of arrangements with respect to ashlon-Plates is now developed and perfected. ,The Lady's Book will therefore continue to main tain that proud pre-eminence in merit and In pop ularity, which fonrteen vearn of nnint.! . tention orr tfte part of the publisher has earned it will still remain, as heretofore, the favorite op THf fAIll.. " Teems. - . Godeyrs Lady's Book, 1 year in advance, do do 2yrs both in advwnr Two copies ona yearr Fir copies, one year, , Eleven copies, one yaarf ; FsttVislinfinn, 101 Cfrssinut Stt?ct, Phil's At Clinton Miss. WILL commence the Fall and Wimirr ses sion of five months on 3d cf October next. Tha faculty consists of Rev. Alexander Campbell, President; Rev. Robert M'Lairt, Prfifcssorof Ma thematics and Natural Philosophy; Edward Pic kett, M. D., Professor of Chemistry, Rev. C. Par ish, Professor of Ancient Languages; U.W. Mof fit'rincipal of the Preparatory department. . Tuition payable hi advance. Primary division, per session. 12 00 Classical and scientific division, 18,00 Boarding and room per month 8,00 Studenft are expected to furnish their rooms with beddii:?, furniture, &.C. and procure their own washing. Washing can ba had in town at from 25 to 37 J cent3 per dozen. The female Department, under the superinten dence of the President of the College, assisted by Miss. H. E. Gillespie, and others will commence at the samo time. Tuition payable in advance. Per session, in primary division) $12 00 m middle " - la uu a in high 18 00 in music on piano, J:j uu in music on guitar . 0 00 in painting, drawins, wax flowers, 15 00 isoarding and "room per month, a HU Boarding and room, with fuel, lights, bed ding and room furniture, washing, &.C. &c. pet month, 11 00 Dr. Picket is expected during the win.er to de liver a course of lectures on ch'eif.islry- accompan ied with experiments, for the benefit of both schools. By order cf the Board : GOWLES MEAD. President Board of Trustees, M. C. Clinton, Sept. 14, 1842. 39 lOw JOSEPH W- CARROLL. FACTOR fc COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 90 Magazjne Street, lVcw Orleans. Refer to, Jno. H. McRae Esq. Grenada, Miss. Jno. D. McLemore Esq. Oakland, Miss. Jno. A. Binford Esq. Carroll county, Mis. , A. W. Armstr on DR V-GOpD, GROCERY & .mODUCE, Comniissiou, receiving & foru ardiug Ponola, Mi. April 22, 1843. ,..'.. C-I2m . National Magazine OF LITERATURE, ART AND FASHION. Graham's .Lady's and ticn tlcniiian's Magazine. PROSPECTUS FOR 1343. EDITORS . v J. FENNIMORE COOPER, RICIPD. II. DANA, W M. CULLEN BR FANT, II. W. LONGFELLOW, CHARLES F. HOFFMAN, T. C. GRATTAN. GRAHAM'S is the oldest and most popular of the American Literaryjtfagazines. The number for January, 1843, will be the first of the 35th volume. Its long and universally successful career, from its commencement with a few hun dred subscribers, until the present time, when it has a circulation of fifty thousand copies a month, is perhaps as good an evidence of its great and in creasing merit as the publisher has it in his power to offer. To his old subscribers, he tmsts no as surance are necessary of his determination in W. J MARSHALL. CLOCKS: WATCH. MAKE 11) and South side of the public SauarP. Rrrnmln ivrl. A LL work in the above line, neatly --executed rind warranted. Grenada, Feb. 4, 1843. 5-12 m Groceries, Cheap for CASH. Si fTIIE following articles, just received, -L and will bo sold at low prices. Best Brown Sugar, 12 lbs. for $1,00 Best Rio or Havana Coffee 7 lbs for 1,00 Good Molasses 37 cents per gallon. Candles, Boston Soap Starch Tobacco Raisins Rice maintain its present ascendancy over all the rival Gnlces of all kinds Can rsn Ar. finr S-ilt periodicals of the conntry. The engagement, du- toother- with rvnrfWo P,!1 fi ring the past year, of such men as Bryant, Coop er, Dana, Longfellow, Hoffman-, Mancub, etc., of high reputation in the literary world, as regular contributors, in addition to a previous list embracing many of the first names in the nation, is a sufficient guarantee that the wcrk will continue to be the principle medium of communication bei tween the best authors and the riublid. Among the attractions of .the thirty-fifth volume, will be Several Tales by Mr J. P. Cooper, Mr Oration, Mr Hoffman, Mr Herbert, Miss Leslie, 'Mary Clovers,1 Mrs, Emtniry, Mrs Ell'i and Mrs Ste phens; poems by Mr Bryant, Mr Dana, Mr Longfellow, Mr Street, Mrs Seba Smith, Mrs Osgood and,Mrs Sigo'urney: essays buMr Fan. i I rrt , - . ' j'tr jones, jur j. ueicerman, jur roe, etc. tic. led for in the Groccrv line. HUNT & Co. April 22. 6-tf GIN MAKING, "u Aviitiriu, Iho subscriber bees leave in 5iifV.rtv, the Planters of Ponola and the adjoining counties, thai, having permanently loca ted in the town of Ponola. hn pared to make to order Gotton Gins of ino nrst quality, on the planofGnrswOLD & 1 11 att. He has several of that mane now on hand and for sale, which he will warrant, as well as those of his own make, equal, if not superior to any now m use. Hq is also readv tor. pair any Gins on the shortest notice, and nuiruiiiine worK. OCO tinvcAnti ... L n t -.ww i'viouu) niw may wisn to see specimens of his work, can do so at the plantations of Mr. H. V. Middlcton and Mr. bdward Davis, Ponola county, Mr. James Morris, Lafayette co., and Mr. xavia w. Uickersoo, Yalobusha co. Gen, Jno. Rayburn and Col. T. B. Hi aibo nave specimen? of the same work. r or all work done, the lowest cash pri ces will be charged. Shop in the N. E corner of the town. A. II. BIJRDINK. I onola, March tna 1 .c "7 i 11 Commfssfoit ftttjrcliant, PANOLA, . . Mississippi, Haviriz k commodious Warehouse nt th ttf!nin- bcat landing,, will pfiy strict attention to the Re- reiving and Forwarding of Merchandise, C tton xc, as well as the sales of rroduce or Groceries on consignment. March 8th, 1843. tV i 1 1 i a in II. T 5' son i No. 12, Commerce Street, Baltimore. Hav ing opened a House for the pros ecution of a general Commission busi ness, he will give particular attention to consignments of southern and western Here follows a more full list of the names of produce for sale in this market 1 12m J. R. JEFPEHSON $ Co. Commission Merc hauls, COTTON & TOBACCO FACTORS, No. 50, Camp Street, . NEW ORLEANS. September 17, 1842. 37 4m A PCrtay & CrtiiiiHiclf, vu.iiiuiasio AZiu rORWARDING MERCHANTS, No. 41, New Leveo Street, New-Orleans. contributors, the most distinguished of the country ! 1 " . y C 1 wnicn we omu lor want 01 room.j Graham's Lady's and Gentleman's Magazine has been from its establishment more than any other tho favorite periodical of the greater sex. Though its plan does not entirely exclude articles of the most important character, such as have rai sed Blackwood's and some other foreign journals to their high influence ari3 reputation, its pages will be principally devoted to what isusually term ed light literature. It will be distinguished from othor publications of similar aims by the litarary and artistic merit of its contents. While those of other works are unknown qr anonymous, the con tributors to this are tho most eminent authors of our age and country; the very cieatojs, founders, v. uui o nun. 11 ijiiuiaiure. rjsnccin v in urn . ebrated as containing tho ehdicest productions of 1 .u unoni loiii.uc wincia vi mo iime. x.veiy num ber contains gems which hlay be appealed to with pride by the sex its vindicating their intellectual eminence. Splendid Embellishments. Iri the department of Engravings it is well known that Graham's Magazine has far surpassed any periodical work ever published in tfiis or any oth- Ihe highest ambition of rival pub- In soliciting tho patronascoof his friends and the public, he need scarcely add that every attention & care to insure prompt itude in the transaction of any business entrusted to him, will be given on nis part.. He begs leave to refe? to Messrs. Robb & Hoge, J " Wilson, WrightiCoJ New Orleans. Mr. Jmo. II. McRae, J " A. S. Brown, V Grenada. " Samuel Pool. ) Baltimorci Feb. 1, 1843. 5-1 2m Groceries!! Groceries!!! tviieap ior yqFg: er country. i:,l... a .1 1 . . . . . H a. i .1 . a .wiiij uiuo mrui uavs oeen to maioiaiu .avinff enffarrca tnc services of M r. resnectaWe : .. 1. Bryarly, he, together with OUr- beautifnl works of art with which the successive Selves, will give particular attention to numbera of this journal have been graced. In the the sale Of Cotton, and tho frannplinn course of the succeeding volumes many important lr k. . ine IransaCtlpn Bew foatureswillbeintroducod. Sartinand Sadd ui uuj.uius.3 generally, ior UCCCUnt Ot the j the most celebrated Mezzotint Engravers in the A planters Of North Mississippi. Union, and equals of the best in Europe, will con- XjL A. P. GRAY & CAMPBELL tmueto furnish their exqnisite productions. nM New Orleans Tier 1 1049 cniqt Kawdon, Wright and Hatch, G Tarker, A L iiew urieans, UCC. 5, 1642. 50-13w Dick, Gimbredge, Jackman, Jones and others, o failles Abenmtliv A- fn lew ork and W elch and Waters, GASH. SUGAR, Rice,; Rio & Havana CoiTeo, Pepper, Ginger, Madder &-c. &c. &c, by A. W. ARMSTRONG. Silt, Molasses, Indigo, . for sale low April 22, 1043. 6-tf Hard-ware fc Crocker v. COMPLETE assortment of Hard ware &c Crockerv. iust rer.nivpiJ and for sale low for cash, by HUNT & Co. April 22d. 6-lf POWDER and Shot, Lead, and a large assortment of Queen's ware and Tin waru, ior saie low by a , , W ARMSTRONG. Apl 1, 1843. Ctf I?Iei-cailiiieIVoiio. nPHE undersigned would respectfully iniorm their lriends and the public ucittujr, mat mey nave resolved on cnangmg their modeof business. Thev wiiiiwiwiicrseii iortJAi5ii,andcaston ly, at prices suited to the timns. All those indebted to us eilher by note or ciix-uum ure earnestly requested to come iorw ara ana make payment, as punctual ity on the part of our customers is indis pensable to our success in busing. J. & A. K. ERWIN. Panola, March 10, 1G43. 1 tf The LIFE AND SPEECIIES OF HENRY CT av Complete in t volumes, nfoi,r AW ''H lUUEE EXGRAV the whole ran oke Tho i-vca D01 t I an Publish , ----- ui i riuune nave effected with fr Ti'r,.- r ot tho sPEKnnrnot,V:rr coiw. 1 SPEECIIEsnp . . preceacd by a Bio ine Ureal Statesman and nLZi v est, and cmbellishn v... .,ttlQrof sJ Enrrrnv?nrrai V WrceRJ" En . ' L I Lto; rceS; win il r.S ablcd to publish, from t ;yPe Plates, an edition of the People,- in two hrlM volumes, at tho ilnnrrr' ,"a price of W BolZZ'Tly ? This edition will con p 'r I. AMEMOIROFnrTn-r, clear and glowing, for ths work, by HBlr f ft Esq. J- rsa- ' H. The speeches of Mr rr . 1810 to ICinclusiveVL??' fullv collertn,! J. .1 lt(!7 to JamcsAbci'liathy, most emnrnt line engravers of the present centu ry, tib 1 - enzncpd to lurnish a Succession of steel s "tuavings, superior to any highly finis Offer tlieir Sfirtices 1o. the public for "iain. -ve ""nwtoapnearea in periodicals. Among thp tnU nfmTTflTJ. C77 -, J r pictures that will be engraved for for the vol- Uie sale OJLU 1 ION; Selling, ReceiV- umes in 1843, are sever! UnraiNXL PiiiOTtxas, ing and Jcoricardif.g Merchandize. by Ingham, Inman, Cole, Thompson, Freeman, We have employed Mr. O. E. Wilcox, franquinet, and other distinguished artists. The who wUl-snrvn hunrnnainUn ;n American periodicals have hitherto contained. ' " WMW MM! 11 Llllll.l , .1 ill III I LATE acquaintances in Mis SISSippl. December 31, I G4 2. ' 1-tf (CF TANYARD. rpHE undersigned begs leave to inform his old friends and customers that he still carries on the Tanking business at save in a very few instances, only engravings cop- lea irom ioreign prints, ine puDlistierof Ura ham's Magazine will be the first to reform the practice, and to make his vork striftly original in its embellishments as well as in its literary ex tents. Our Portrait GALi.rRY.-One of the new fea tures of the coming volumes will bo the introduc tion of 1 orlraits of the contributors to .Graham's his new tnn.vnr,! n iiVI.j T Tr AV.BSazine! wn,cn OI cou5" . '"2M!!e"; . Aaafc aiu ui j an me eminent writers 01 tne aay. ineaothvol- vjrenaaa mississippi; where he has con stant! v. on hand all kinds nf men r - ! . !...., .1 - r nr V . " . . LEATHER, which he will dispose of at prices cor responding with the hardness Sedgwick, Mrs Seba Smith', Mrs Embury and sev- oi tne limes. LiCatner Will at tiny time j era-l others-all from paintings executed expressly ue given ior niaes. B. II. GREENIIAW. Grenada Feb. 18 18!3y-tf- JUST received and still receiving, per steamers "John H. Bills" and "Bel mont," a fresh and carefully selected supply ofDRY-GOODS& GROCERIES consisting of every variety in demand in this market, which will how be sold extremely low for cash." Those wishing to purchase would do well to call and examine our sinrlr la tere purchasing elsewhere. A. W. ARMSTRONG. Ponola, Apt. 22, 1843. 6-tf LOTHS, Domestics, Merrimack and V-Fall River Prints, Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Bonnets &c. of every description. JUSt received and for sale" low for cash, terly journals have become uy - A. W . AKMo i KUXN It. Api 22, 1843. 6-tf " for the purpose. Tne Editorial Department will continue to embrace notes on current literature et, fend re views of all new American and foreign works of general interest nr value. The criticisms of Gra ham's Magazine are acknowledged in all parts or the country to be superior in acumen, honesty and independence to those of a ny t'ontemporary. In deed, while a majority of the monthly and quar terly journals have become more advertising medi ums lor for the booksellers, in which every thin" ir BUSHELS COTTON SEED, iust per steamer Belmont; in store and for sale by A. W. ARMSTRONG. April 29. 7tf IVew fioods, CHEAP FOR CASH!! rpiIE undersigned wish to informth 1 lanters of Ponola and the adjoining counties that they are now prepared to uu an worK in ine above line, on the short eai notice and in tho best manner also running gear can be had at our shon on the best terms and . of the best quality. All work warranted not to be excelled it wnuuMt-uin mediate. Uur prices shall be as low as those of an v sh . . j n. oone in the same style. Persons wish ing their gins repaired will do well to sena mem to the shop as early as possi- m.v. . v jiujio lo merit and share a lib era patronage, (ft- Shop on" the road leading from Charleston to Ponola, two and a half miles north of Pharsalia. G. P. HANKS & Co. April 22, 1843. 6-12m SUGAR, Coffee, Molasses, Salt, Window-glass, and domestic Dry noods.in stnro and for sale low for CASH, by U. TYSON. Panola, March 8, 1813. l if FiHy Dollars Reward!! RUNAWAY, from the fateamboat Belmont, at the town of Belmont in Ponolacounty, the ne groboy NELSON, five feet 11 inches hirrh. PS T copper colored, he has a hesitancy in fnL " i 1 - . . j irnm it.;. . "Vulwatc.t wi iv compared tm,l all restored to th. first per of them havinir been onlr rJ.l - J - "3iJ -. erson"Mr. Chv "he urfred." .3.f- t V. If 5'6c3 I V 1 1 1 rr n 1 a ' "vt. i iction, without interpolation otdtl ?o collection of Mr. Clav' si ihw unra person ana so, and irivinr d w wufctiiuiioi Mr. U av'o , ness or correctness, has eVcrg: Each Speech is prefaced bv.f, introductorv narfi,t, , - Sfifi . 1 fc'"l" explain circumstances which and whenever it is dcsru lr'. otherwise indicated, a note 'at rrivpa fTin r r.i. to..r ...v, U1 lU(. measure under. cussion. , ILLUSTRATIONS. L A Portrait of Henry Clay, ft Prigmal ptmtmg by Linen, engrSl ' Prud'homme. 0"",, .Hi A view of tho birthplace of H--ry Clay, in -the Slashes of U V,Jin,a-ravedoris:ee!. letter from Mr. Clay. Such is the character-such are fr' contents of tho edition of THE DFF AraSPEECHKOPHENBrot?--. which the subscribers now offer to"' pubnc in two large volumes of UOOa ges, for One Dollar. It will ks bcai uMIy .printed, on fair. w,jf.n.,. -I 1 " iJui'ujf iU neatly put uu in iWHJn afforded cheaper, than any such ever was before, because we hope to; t the largest circulation rm ' he frinn,1a r Tt. n... i Mighty glorias host'-to ibe iir, hi 3 speecb, is about 25 years old, and weirrhs nbnnt f70 IKc VUn ir. ir y .1 lne Doat ne worc a rounUabout and olh- receiveu er c othinr usua v wnm Kv t.j. j ... , nanus I hmII rrl.-n OH .1 . I I . . . m. ..in uunais rewara to anv . i . mi I.. . . j purson wno wi.u ueiiver him to Cant Wallace, of the steamer Belmont, or tne same amount ior his npprehen'ste'n unu security in ine jail 01 1'onola or ariv other County jail in the State, or 50 dot larsn acuvered tDmeiu V icksbur JOEL H. WILLI'S. Vicksburg,Feb. 27, 1813. 2-tf. wu-tta vi inn DPn irrn n t ;T j measures of National Polier of AH hC IS tho forfM-n.-ict rU :' -1 -...v. .-iiuijKUUIl 10 B f overs of our pmititpw v- . ! Especially to the various Whio ixation. and Clay Clubs, dowea dently appeal for aid in our effort ' tend the circulation of this workr render its refusal, asncarlv as mf universal. . We ask them to do thiu Jor our sakes, but to advance the r. Cause lo which their energies are' " voted, and because that Cause can i: way be more persuasively, more sues uiunuea to itie nub he nt receiving Stop the Rtinitway 'anil Thief!! iral IB lnnkH nnnn na o ;,. Qt -',l ,i:. . t uitnee7Z1"1 new styles pt French Pri ham implicit i-nnfin and JLawns, xinclish A Terms. The subscribers arc now r xt i- i - irurn iwurieans n larSe assortment hich are nted Mtfslins mcrican Prints, NOTICE. a t -i t r Tr-e , UltCCAULi to an ordfir ihn --Honorable the Probatn Cnurt of ti. white, jaconet and striped Muslins, Fan- ,anatcnie county, made at the April vju w U I i . bfifin Pntld n nrstot each month in every quarter ofte Union. Chirks. Brnwn A. ' l,.i r-f.:. the fifth riav nf Tr, Z f,Jn.f Ti V ! most distant subscribers will thciefore receive f mi j ".awiu ruiiicsucs, n" ' town iromUxford Lafayette it on thatiav.n9uii j.Btha,u.-a:jT.?s L.men Drills and CottntinrlAa. nn,! f.,n ol uharleston in said count v. sn nAu OOUnty, MISS on the elphia. The proprietor beina mora rlesiVous of assortment of Boots. Shoes ot twelve months, with bWrrfT -md n n nlrrV,! fiPtt. 10iU I i I Dreaentinf llin hnai inI mi .i i. . 1 ... V. I U t . . t , . . . " ' I nA r, ! . .l. riu'. . . ! -"ijukwiUHiuiiiwu Ix.''"?. ' -v.. uvauMiw uii bw i nuiwi iviu uc ? oiu ai lower tirices Ihn n -uruy. mc IOIIOWinT landf?. lr nnir. id anxious tnhrm In.fn. J.fU ' . in"i . ..J . uciuru uuereu minis market. J lu u,u staie oi v;ade Allord, de- IiUNT & Cn. ceased, late of said countv. to wit .- thn ipru zi'. 6-tf ooum-easi quarter ot Section twelve, in i ownshrp twenty-four,Range 2, East. black boy, about 25 preseniing uie Dest and most cheapest work in the country, and anxious tn hrln It within tha n. AnP.11 .r.. . years ot age, had on when he left a dark the lowcsrterms at which it v av,r sattinet roundabout, d m 114 1W11 It . - - auu straw nai, and about 6 speaks quick, and is rathef goes by the name of SPENCER. It is supposed he wilTma1.e his wav to Genr. gia, as ho Was brought from there In Jan uary last. I will give S20 reward fa. the apprehension of tne boy and $25,. if luuim iu me possession ot any white man. Wm. McDOiT.n Ponola may 2Cth, 1843. 11-tf. fet hiirh I t p,co JBiiriy ve dollars, h ve ;-ir I V lcuuoar8."ior mteen dollar?, or intelllO'Pnt. I olflVAT.' foi. ti.ror.... Jll. r.1L r ... i uu.io.i9, iciuub urnisaeu as usu- alj invariably m advance. Postage of all letters hj uc pro-pam. uiOKli K. GRAHAM. INo 98 Chfc-tmit ?t Philadelphia Oin-mabins & Repairing JZt wUhin 1,10 imrs Dec 7,1813. nHE subscriber, thankful for the nat rnnn rrfi Im lio V,-..-r 1 -"e- "y uiciuiijr. received CJeorgcW. Berry, -uuui.t anu Harness HAMILTON TW.AM ExeCUtOr of Crlrfn AJf-J JT .....vuiuu vi iiuurrnmg ine plan- . uuriesion, miss., April, 1 1th A. D. Maker. ters ofPonolaandthe adjoining counties mat ne is prepared to execute orders for 1843. 6-3w-pf4d CJTONE WARE, a new assortment I r-s just received and for Sale by . J. & A. K. ERWIN. june 17 14 tf. THE undersigned making and repairing cotton-gins, cotton 7,0Q0rSrJ?NDS CH0ICE BA wnnl.T -ot,r.,n thfashers, wheat thTfaiihe'rs n-iri rnn. " wCON, just received npr ---- nr t i.i I till v ' iwuvj uu I . -w i - ment, tho popular heart, than inth?i sons of far seeing Patriotism, the bu: lnfrliloouencn nf llr Resnpetfiillv OREELY 6s McELATH. . 1 CO Nassau St., Ncw-Yo-i U This edition of Mr nUv Mfr: ' Speeches will bo issued on or before. ist ot June next, and.will be ilrstr. . plied to those who shall have nrcvio J subscribed and naid for ponies, in: order of such payment. Price the whole work, s-!0 per dozen, i per hundred: Subscrintons and 1 are respectfully solicted. The exceedingly low price at i' this work is to be published absok- precludes tho pcssibilitv of dispof- of it, in any instance, on terms & than cash in hand. Our friends i thcrclpro understand that, ho rcspohsiblo they may be, n-e raas: here with the utmost strictness to t cash principle. . .... Almost every village, certain:1 most every, town will be able to clubs of twenty-four. And ip al!! .where the money ($20) for 24 cej or over is sent through the rest ti and a certificate taken from the Master, it roav be sent at our risk. the Post Master will be entitled cnec? gratis. It is particularly requested tatf I orders be accompanied ty specif' inform his friends and the public; that hrj re al- ways ready at his shop on me .square in the eatfS'East Ward of Grenada J-aw Notice. ORVILLE HARRISON & CALVIN v F. VANCE, Attorneys at Law, Have former! n r.r.a-t--i,: i ... vuiuiciaii l. 51 rw I uii i m w w. - . m future practice under me stvle Tof V I VVU1W-STANDS for sale extreme tin --.nnM. a r i iv iow rn omen .nncM.n. i uaiiiouir w Vttnce. I Z u wuuaiguiucuii uy to execute,-in-workmanlike manner, and unuw cusu prices, all work in tho Sad dhng and Harness making business. Repairing done on thoshortest notice orenaaa, uct.7 1842. 43i2m ma 27 il-iw m 63 5 5 10 20 IVotice. . iuci8uii neretoiore exi- ting under the firm of MRar GRAHAM & Co, is this day dissolved uy mutual consent, u r. McRae is authorized to settlo the business of the n'm- . . C F. McRAE. , II. R, GRAHAM, March 22. U. TYSON. 2-tf AaF5V barrels of fresh threshed -4"-OATS just received and Tor sale by J. &z A. K. ERWIN. - apl 23 , . 7-tf TRIED APPLES', a few barrels and --,sacks, jttrt received and for sale by J. & A.K. ERWIN. M so - --j:jLm!Lr nor rfirtinns tn thr mnnnor in whl , MU un , , , v ' 1' 1 " --- . . the shortest notice and on reasonable f.eamboat?hakespeare and for sale low books shall be forwarded, and for cash by apl29 J. &A.K. ERWIN. 7-tf terms. He' is also ready to execute tur nmg m iron, steel or wood. Ifc hopes by close attention to business, to merit a share cf patronage.' ITis prices shall be as low as those of any other shop in the Country. He may be found at all timp at his shop in the eastward; Grenada r r . , 0 tIazod face' twodoorseastofMr: l'J sn?P- JAMES ROSE-. BANGER'S NO TIC E. . TV. 7 . t t... - ... Ho may bo" found at all ti Ul'LL Aron , one bright uiieen nanus m. NB. All work or repairing warranted. wenaaa, ail, warch 9,-1 843. 1-tf CASTINGS and Hardware of every I Person" who have taken up strays description in store and fnr snl I are notified not n ApYi for cash by A. W. ARMSTRONG. out a certificate from me ofthepay'nt unaccompanied bv such specific tions, the books so ordcrcj will B lv put un' in bundles or boxes, ana f name and placo of destination Iffv marked thereon, and the boxesorp3 nT! . r?oc rritnino1 in sst w wn i-flrAOm re, four years old, blazed face, cllled for, or directions given as . manner or their shipment. ine lishers will not hold therasclrw siblc beyond their shipment, or w1 to order. G New-York, April. .1013. DAVI April 3. ft. Appraised to $40 D DJKE, Ranger P..C. 4-3 t p fee $2 April 22d, j tf. of all costs. DA71D DUKE. (ttr Goods at first enst HPHE subscriber, anxious to sell ofl his present Stock of Goods boforo re newing again, oiTers losell his goods now on hand, at first cost. . JOHN E. TOWNES. . : -JL - m f WESTERN PRODUCE a gener- J I V 7 V"""'.w UUUU vx. for sale by " ; J. & A. K. ERWIN. y 3 8-tf Fob work oi' all Linri 1 Ofl GALLONS STONE A v assorted articles, justre and for sale by April 29. UEENS& GLASS-WAKE, J A. W. ARMSTJiJ Vassortment, just "receive s-le by J. & A- jv fleuc at this ORicc.