June 22, 1839
We are authorized and requested to announce LEVI McCROSKY, as a Candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Marshall county at the August elections.
We are authorized and requested to announce CURTIS H. PARHAM as a candidate for the office of Colonel Commandant of the 58th Regiment of the Mississippi Militia, in place of Col. Early resigned.
We are authorized and requested to announce JOHN J. GATELEY as a candidate for the office of Assessor and Tax Collector for the county of Marshall.
We are authorized and requested to announce BENJAMIN F. DAWSON, as a candidate for the office of Assessor and Tax collector for the County of Marshall.
We are authorized to announce MR. GEORGE B. HOLLAND as a candidate for Sheriff of Marshall County at the ensuing election.
We are authorized and requested to announce ALX. T. CARUTHERS a candidate for the office of (C eur)?? Court Clerk of Marshall County.
We are authorized and requested to announce ABRAHAM H. ROACH as a candidate for the office of Assessor and Tax Collector for the County of Marshall.
We are authorized to state that the HON. FELIX H. WALKER, of Desoto County will be a candidate at the November election for Judge of the High Court of Errors and Appeals for the Northern District of Mississippi
We are authorized to announce ROBERT H. BUCKNER, Esq., of Clinton as a candidate for the office of Chancellor of this State, at the next election.
PAYMENT IN ADVANCE REQUIRED FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF ALL CANDIDATES
REUBEN DAVIS: We see from the Pontotoc Intelligencer that Reuben Davis the Whig candidate for Congress, replied to a speech of Mr. C. A. Bradford at Ripley, the latter a candidate for District Attorney for that district. We presume that Reuben, conscious of the splendid failure he made at Holly Springs, and no doubt anxious to regain that self love and esteem which he possesses, commenced by hammering on a question laid up and almost forgotten. We would advise Reuben
Married. - On Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Samuel Scott, Mr. John Dalzell to Miss Martha Beatey all of this place. Accompanying the above was a goodly sized portion of the Wedding cake. Only think of that in the very first moments of their happiness (which we pray may continue and continuing increase through all their lives) to think of the Printer. And such a treat, my eyes!! An editor's life is a hard one, yet nevertheless he has his moments of enjoyment, though like angels visits they are few and far between. He rejoices when the principles for which he is laboring triumph he rejoices when his political friends succeed, when his patrons are pleased and satisfied with his exertions, when his subscribers pay up, and when his personal friends get happily married. But when the annunciation is accompanied with a slice, a large slice too, of good nice wedding cake—Oh Hush!!
From the Western World.
MEMPHIS PRICES CURRENT.
Bacon, $10 00 a. 12 00
Pork, (pr bbl.), 07 00 a 08 00
Flour, 07 a 8 00
Lard, (pr lb ), 10 a 12 00
Sugar,9 00 a 10 00
Coffee,14 50 17 00
Whiskey, (pr gal), 50 a 55
Molasses,50 a 55
Meal, (pr bush.), 75 a 1 00
Salt, Kenhawa, 75 a 00 75
ground allum, (pr sack), 3 75 a 00
ROGER BARTON, A. H. POWELL, JNO. R. WILSON: BARTON, POWELL & WILSON, HAVING associated themselves together to attend all the courts in the 8th Judicial District, the Federal Court at Pontotoc, the Chancery Court at Oxford, and the Circuit Courts of Pontotoc and Tippah Counties. Their Office is the one formerly occupied by the firm of Barton and Powell, where one or all of them may always be found. June 22, 1839.tf
SUGAR. Just received 20 barrels N. O. Sugar put up expressly for Family use; 10 do Boston refined; Loaf ditto. And for sale low, by BRUNSON, CHEATHAM & CO.
COFFEE. 3 TIERCES Rio and 10 bags Havana Coffee, received and for sale by BRUNSON, CHEATHAM & CO.
TOBACCO. 10 BOXES best James River Tobacco just received and for sale by BRUNSON, CHEATHAM & Co.
SEGARS. 20,000 Havanna and (illegible) segars, best (illegible) For sale low by BRUNSON, CHEATHAM & CO.
WINE & LIQUORS. 2 CASKS Madeira; 1 d. Moselle, 12 Baskets Champaign, 20 dozen superior Bordeaux, Claret And for sale by: BRUNSON, CHEATHAM & Co.
NAILS. ONE HUNDRED KEGS (illegible) Cut nails, just received and for sale by BRUNSON, CHEATHAM & CO.
OSNABURGS. TEN THOUSAND yards (illegible) Osnaburgs, for sale low by BRUNSON, CHEATHAM & CO.
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