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j ;iS lefeUED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING,
vHfcr dollars per annum, in advance
. O. BAlHtSTOX,
; JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI.
MIT THE NATIONAL TELEGRAPHIC LIKE.
,Reor'ed Expressly for the "Soutlurn Standard."
' ' Lovisville, Kr., Doc. 2s, 1853.
pacific dates 14ih sales Cotton three days ; nine
rfn thonsand ; Orleans .air six three fourths ;
dddltng Riz ; upland fair six three ei-htbs; mid-C"-
ve v"n isths. All qualities slightly ad-
poor man should not be taxed to pay the sala
of the judicial officers. Of oil .u
rages resorted to by dishonest office seekers, this
surely the poorest. For, who pays the tax ?
Certainly not the poor man. for be has not the
property to be taxed-the rich man must pay it
then, and what is the result? The rights of the
man who pays a tax of one dollar are equally pro
tected, and his interests equally advanced, with
those of the man who pays a thousand dollars.
The law of strict reciprocity would seem to de
mand that there should be an inequality between
the two. But such is not the case and in this
consists the beauty of this department of govern
ment, that every man is equal in the eye of the
law. But, if there is any inequality in the case
t is certainly in favor of the poor man for with-
Out Pavinc so mncli 9 i - ,
o jiv.il uiau, ue nas
The Alleged Octragf of the Cuban Au
thorities. Some of the passengejs in the steam
ship Crescent City, at New Orleans from Havana,
have prepared a "manifesto" against the Cuban
Government for overhauling her there, and keep
mgher over might. It is said to be a fierce paper,
and breathes wtir. A coirespondent of the New
iork Express, who was a passenger, on the Cres
cent City, rather unceremoniously pricks this
bubble. It is well known that by a -egulatton of
the port ot Havana, no vessel can pass the More
after sunset. It seems that the Crvscent City got
under weigh and attempted to piss theMoro after
theaflag had been loweied, and was of course com
pelled to heave to, and go back tethe anchorage.
A "Powerful" Acctioxeer. The Macon
Citizen of Thursday gives the following account!
of the greatest auctioneeaing "knock-down" we!
have ever hesrd of : j
On Tuesday evening last, while a Book Auc-!
To 3 persons uteresled k Guardianship of Jack
yOU are her nrtifieij J r shenan, former
1 Guardian, lid resign hV, , t t ' h
Guardian at thelecember V' pJL
Court of Lowncls county,
oraer m said Uoir made at t id Member Term,
w 111 me his iu-L-umt aim vuuci c i ,,4v,,
.... . , , t)T a final sett tcment
and discharge at Je next Macrm of gaid Court
to be holden on tie first MondaU ch A D ,g54
when and wherethey may ap tow if
any they can, jyly final settlemj be made
anu oaiu uuuumi mscnarrea as
SHERUILL'S SKY LIGIIT DAGlTERRLw,,;-
Witness tlie Hont STErHEN A.
ffSlI?? VU f th- first Mon-
lifejj'W m December, A. DJ,
& issued the 26th day o
Dec. 31. .9-60d
GRAE7 INDUCEMENTS Olvi)'
Speculators took six thonsand.
For the Southern Standard,
able counsellor in .1,, raA t...... :rrTVT?!ar?' tDe store-room; oeuing Vli at Uost ana Uhargfror &sfc.
. ... u v. oiii lit i i if .i nn rro w i -v ii i ' r 1 1 rwii rxr ri. i . i s
. . - - j .v. v. AJaniO, IIU WHS in
is nonor bound to see that even-handed justice isth actof kqockingdown a volume, saying, goinr,
meiea oui to every man, no matter what may be
Should such a state of affairs take place as we
have proposed, the change will be seen and felt.
Justice will reign supreme, the elements of socie
ty will be drawn together in ties of clo.ser union
.in ' 1, 1 II
That the Ju,li,;;,P, : .. , J '"") sdhh not an ettort be made to se-
- . ' """"nt Dranch olicure this hannv ehn,
CAY. RROTTTFIJ &
TNTEXDIXG to lose their business ts nhiro.
, ..L . 5 ' '
1 . . j MM
I tUeb'.'f &. Cfr York', continue.
v following Bru, iVri,wTI,ls: viz '
- '-! tf c!.
South side of JYIaSn SfM Colunibus, Miss.
PICTURES 'taken in this Gallery are acknowledg
ed by all who have seen them to be equal in beau
tv and correctness to anv taken North or South. No
o ! 1 Vruxlieals. V1X.
C " L L I -V .
THE EDISUUSS REVIEW rWhi x "r
i THE'EC&TH EEITISH EE7ESW (Free Cliu Z '
THE WESTIIPvX E.SVIEW (Liberal) v .
ELACKVCD S IDDnUEGAG AZDiE (Troy.)
gpvernment, is a fact so evident as to ivquire only!
r "-"'V"- " s m rniili, es.vntial to th.e exis
itnco of so,i,.,y. Wiihoiu it, vice, which" "is a
avnsier ot inghtful mini
Mix i . K. HeynoIdT
Would .stalk 1'l;i;. s1v
ii . 1.1 . . .
i"Jr - ,; Cnn'1' O'l'.d !.. ir.n'.ti-
V.T fiei, t !.' weak
ii; 'ma tnus t!'x- f
ivavtrird in'.o chee
1 .feC ar.dlf the
suci) r.s ha i hi'i.n
JMvcy fure-ssury ihrtt tin:
i'.;li-d to dis,-, urg.; iho irnportuiit duties of thfc
Ut;'rotec!.ed, the g
t'icc-ol cre:uiun would be
derirU, ur.lit for the hibi-
In. i!!ii r:cr to thut !' t
have vis',r:(i u-. In i';;cr;
going, ffone," the floor gave -way and precipitated i TNTEXDIXG to -lose their bi
the crowd into Lhe sn!ifrranan 1 i. ' J. will, on Wednesday the 14th
ing the gas piFe nad leaving the ph, in iota! dark-1 p "'"t m V" n
ness. Fortunaulv no lives w,-Ve lost, nor anv 1 FAC A LE DIlY GOOD!
uuuvs uiuKeu, h lew scraicnes and slight bruises, Vpvvpt t)
being the only personal damage sustained. On t-LRY tc. itc.
yesterday, the broken floor was repaired, and at 'A ost and Charges f0r)Cash
niLfllt. the HURtinnffr k ini-i-rv vii.f. -o 1 4 n l;ilj V tvcii lmnrli.n.1 Jn '
j heard, "going, going, gone." "Such is life." he had on a :redit of twelve months om the daDf
J purchase, bj adding eight per cen interest one
j The McDonooM Cases BeFoUe THE Suprf.ME ! same, ard giving approved city acceptances on X
Mobile or tlii nl
.rn 5nfi.r.v,,l .U...... I. - ...... i- . , . i "c. J"l''e",c ,u"' OeCIUeU 10 1 ' , K. . " f r "
: v ' j "ii" nave nsu.nea to : vor o the I n.trl Sti.. ; ,.r.u.. .-- uuiouv - uui
n::; lh;lt "f"? d,tv5Vlh'-thi diffi- ofin-' at the present term, in which the ouesUo n W.V f " rorly TUSand Dollar
i-iu which is but lit- ; sundry titles to di'd'eient tracts of land claimed by I 'i.'l-e fou.n(I af complete and veil selected as any
i!i...cpi:r..Hn-.trs wi.ot U.e representatives of the hue John Mr-Donmrl. ernerea in inia place. The Ladies are respectl
is as.-eru d llit. fur o NVw Ori.a.u i,n,l, ...,i...,i " t in" ted to call and examine oi-- rich and beautiful as
, r- cM.nt ftf
Mcf, MAUI PiiS UUUDS
ronsistimrin rvirt follows ;
u rns tin.-iy upon the j ! Rich Bncade and plain Silks, Satins, chal.is, Pop-
int)lihrnent. as nni- wltkaoe on as American Coxscl. A lette. Won.i, unrf P.n,ri;-i. tvto.t,,. r t : .. . .
.m,-.i masienng ol Uie violin, jand L,"- , sas mat a party ot twenfr - mers, cra;i-s, Alpacas, Ginghams, Velvets, Irish Lin-
.-iiiL - very sweetly. j Kvt' ', wliose leader had made liimself olfensve ens, crapeShawls, Velvet and Satin Mantillas, Rich
' e have no doubt ih.at she will draw the ar. ; 10 l"e Peruvian government by publishing ceain Laces andEmbroideries, Ribbons, Ilankerchiefs Ho-ge-
housis during her stay. The ladies, at 1-ast i 'i,tls L-ma newspaer.s, sought the proion : siery and Cloves of every description. Also a fine as
wiii be glad to attend the Cou .ert of one of their I ot l,ie U- S- Consul, 8. J Oaktord, Fsq.. at 'I'om- rtment of Jewelry, carpeting &c &c.
own stx, who stands as hLh in the social cirri- i 1h'z wllicl1 was "ranted. She National Guard I The attgiUion of Planters is particularly directed to
ate both irnnorianl and , w,K'ri; f,llt moVL's' as 'be superb genius with ' "ur''J"nded the house and fired into it, ki'g one . , .
uiau, wounuing two otners, and endaneyng tne ; " " - ""m
lives of the consul and Lis family. 'U refuges' , r. incuts,
were toreiblv carried awav. aiul tl oiisul threat- t:uilh,fi,'1""ul "cav iversey,, riains, usnauergs, un-
innounce to the citizens of tfnn-;ih. ! ened with rr..t ' , seys, chotiw, crecK, and Carolina Plaids and Stripes,
and viciitiiv. with itelin. s of deli -.bt il ..i.-.l ! j heavy hofro Blankets, Pine bed Blankets, collius'
of thisdistin.ruished American ariist 5,,l ,1..., Georgia Legislature. 'the folpving Bill pass- A.xe!i OrvObing ana Heeding hoes, heavy Boots and
will give her first entertainment in Huntsville on ! td l'K,.Gtorci'i;i Legislature on th'-u st:
W.rlii..rl-if j. i i.i A hill to.viMn;l pKuriui. .the "Mi-nl-.pnif
. . . j ie : iiui usi., i ,,; ; . , . : i ment of
Altliu' we have not had the pleasure of hearing ! Anh ? Augusta, and a bu ' 'auon to pay- j ,
her, the manner of her reception elsewhere as wH ! ln teacllers of Poor c,"1Jrtt e seVt'ra' coun- I ULAll MAUlj LLUH11U
r c n- ! as the tone of the public press is the hi.. best vi I t,es llu'rem mentioeed. ; consisting of every article in the line as follows :
i these oiucers , ... ., ,.,.t . r ' '. '"o"CH ( fri,.. .in b;il .-i,;i, r- n .. , . .
.. . ( o nee oi ner ai. liny to charm and to please. Miss1 a1"1"" wppiopiiai ."" ""- yw.-u n. r me uns ana r rocK uoais, urer coals. LtoaAsi
J" or instance, ! t; i-v . .... u .... ;.. . . . o . ' . i the Shmio nunkn rt-ed in the ILtn. will, ' f.4..i, i. . c;..- n !
, . ui-.nuir 111.1 H.'IH OOUlll MDnearei! ' . i ' 1 " f - .......j, rtoio. Hfui) WLC UIUV.C
ui i 1C o ic :",'-rjr - i-Journal, and the ponderous Jonie ot the
proaucHig. i-.c ore. exee uea o. vw . - j historian, wri ten alter the living interest
stM 1 n ivmihii..' bii.l nn.tnnil Lt unit nr Ulli! 1 IJKll'S 9
Visitsefroai Ladies and Gentlemen.respecifullv soi:ci- r u' ynt (,t tiie ?' Cat Pl'"cal events
, . ! snail have
The prison t critical state of Eropean affairs will
render these publications unusually interesting du
ging the year 1854. They will occupy a middle
pains or expense has been spared, nor will be in tit- j i round between the hastilv written news-items
tin? this Gallery for the production ot Daguerreotypes j t,riue speculations, and tlyin- rumors of the daily.:
of the time-
passed awav. It is to these Periodicals .
that readers must look for the only really intelligi" s
m.. ! ,...i:..i t.. l : .. ..t 1 -j -
i o.i- f.-. i itname uiMuii oi current, events, anu as
! such, in adJiiiou to their well-established literary,
scientific, and theological character, we urge them -.
; upon the consideration of the leading public. -
; Arrangements are in progress for the receipt of J
'early sheets from the Lritsh Publisluit, by which
we sliAil he able to place ull our Reprints in the
hands of subscribers, about as soon as they can be-,
! i -.1.1 ; t
Daguerreotvpe material for sale.
Nov. 2G, 18a3.
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
SEW ORLEANS STOHE.
miiP MrwlorcirmPit rosnoH fu H" intimatos t: the La iurnisneu wuii mo foreign copies. Althon
pv-L dies that he has now received a large and varied i v. iii lnvoi v m i.uge ouuay on our part, we
ullv J. 1 1'iiJi owuu'i i lt,u! . ...v ii iwicais in tut miuc
. I hichhavinn-been bJUglittori;asn ana unuer peculiar-, p- oeietoiore, ix. :
re of this dfi'-trioicvii oi
t;:iti'.,;i that it bynrs to socie
i)ivseii'ed ao. Vf. it i.s ini
persons w "ho are se
1 ii 't h t " h ? , h U'e g,tHt ,Ui,Sl"r- ! 1 W' Washington Star, are all the W
1. Il h, so, another musical luminary , among , Donogh cases so far deefged.
us. Mi-s Ukvnolos also pertorms tin.-lv upon the j 2
u,. . vaiiMuiei nvtseuime accomplnhment, as uni- , ut,'AOL "N As merican Losscl. A lette, lius, Fren.h nd English Merinos, De Laines. cash-
i And, since these
iuVvx. the Judiciary ,iii,er mu.t he talented, ! which she U gd.-AVgeW
in order t discharge ably and liiiy the require-! M'lSS . K. lioyiiolfcr
mei.ts of the stations in which iley have been
.Jj.laeed: besides, the duiie ; of this office are nu
j'nieious, and consequently, require the greater
ji part o.' the alten:ion of the officers. For these
1 1 reasons the salaries of the judicial officers should
J. te huge.
ij V.'e contend that the sal ries of
J in this Suite me, by far, too unall
the F.ilaryof a Circuit Ju
'j'avorable circumstances will be offered at much les- i
n the regular prices. Ladies w ill be convincq; ; i or any one of lhe four Reviews
thvif thev will call and judge for thcmselve- 11 ; l'or il!iy two 0f tu. four Rt views
stot; cons'ist in part of the following ziz ! For any thr. e of the four Reviews
LJC1: andcolorcd SMs Vennoe, irA;tet ; For all four of the Reviews
laintle banes, Lutrt,AjHims,f"f" J ,,,.., .
BlwJi,,h Yellow and l'rint'"""' :W 7 . - -"6"'
Ginttuicr;;- ft colors: C-ir,f ; Fur jiaekwood and three Reviews
Doniesics, Linen and Cott feting, 1 mIow Losing lot Llackwood and the four Reviews
irish Unens, Linen Lf"; a..TS. Merino and i 1 ilnt' be " '
lr:iJaa AapUi""- f Chiftlrcn ,h Ir ; eg current , the ktute where
faZTlfJA llandkerey. Oloves-c. Jr. j ed at par.
I I havettof Silks on.'' of which are CLUBDIXG-
! slicrloj, .naed, which I -'V sf.H at a great saenhc. ; A discount of twenty-five per cent
1 1 jan.kfcft tho lihertv r-retmnuing tne i.auies that i ; Love prices will be a owed to
Per ann. ,
S3 00 i
3 OO :
9 00 -
issued will be receiv-
! Shoes, including Northern and Home made, Russett
j of the besi quality. Also on hand a splendid assort-
from the a-
Cluhs ordorlntr f. np
do a erclusive Cou ' ,e txire.iit i i. . . ; or more copies of anv one or more of the above
PRICES at whic'2wul offor t,(j,'t;l:t r,'1 11 i o.ks. Thus : Four copies of Blackwood, or 'of
me from giving
Coluubus jiss: Dcc- llj15!1!-
Plantation For Sale.
; one Review, will oe sent to one address for 89':
; four copies of the four Reviews and Blackwood for
; t"S0 ; and so on. ; i
is only two thousand i;, Cincinnati, Louisville, Lexington.Nashville, etc., I sevfral emendmenjs.
o-s, banly suCicient to pay his expenses around ! tc., and hai every where giveiflhe most unbo'und-! Some amf "dments tlJie House bills, widen, had
ciAtuii anil merino half hose. Fine calf Boots
1 tiie circuit and support his family, if he has one
hat inducement comd tin re he lor a man of eu-
'Verior talents to become a cav.diuute
v v i,h such a sala
Shoes, Fine Silk and Fur Hats, Wool and ls-os'
and plush cups, crave3' s'oc"-'
ed satistaciion; and, as we are credibly informed. 1 e" made lnlhe bt'n ' cuncum'd in tIlt; 'tl Hats, Cloth
at every Conceit, after her first appearance in any I Ilouse j j self adjusters d'c.
creased num- i he iiih (joet foi laisMssippi was n session liso, r me uoiu
)ur.-istercity, Monday week lst, butihere being but few of the ! an'1 sin,e barrel Guns, Rifles, colt
a remarkable ; members of tk Bar p.t-sent, the Court adjourned j sol leather, traveling Trunks, Sa'1'
.Also, r me Gold and Silvrr T.!-rpr W
t itepeaters, line
lery of every de-
'11 . . ... citv. sne has been hoiu. red vnii M,i m,..-...,..,i ' TL III,,!, c .,.A Mississitm. v ; c,.c;.. Also. Pim rtnlrl nnrl Sih'r.i- T -iv-cne?, UOUUie
' i ... i -i. ... . . . . , i. ......... i i r .
f I' I I
icaiei .. l ills was the case in our
ry attached, when lie could make .Nashville, but a few nights since, in
.M,m, li v i ;t. i ,i. ,,.t ,.f I ; ,.!..,('.. ii f!...-,i..c i'ir .. ,t-.ii.i, n.1,1 1..11 n i:n(i... 1 .f ,1..;., iir.i, ir ,k.. ,u.. -i .1 1. : scnrtion
C-L i ' --D---- ."..n.Mjj icooHs jian lor 1 I'oi-iie iMiuuiMii in , 1n.11 -un 11 uock- 1 , .., f0 our extens ve
several nmhls, on her last nuriit. ( th o.l 1 .1... ; et of the X.'thern Dstnct will be nre..emut..r;i,. " c " "u,u a,3U L"u rtlUMU
nrM.Mr,-H t. tlw .l,.liih; Th.o.... .,...! n .1 : . .' ..I ' J i Stock of
I f j , 'f"' J-in-ciiicj aou Ulieu II IO j i"i"u.
there will be a neeting ot the Board of Trus
j A e would not be under.-tood to insinuate that
jf'';ie present judicial (.facers are . ol men of talent.
B it, we do s;,y, that in this district at least, ihev
irood of th.e
w oo now occup
J j-.re sacrilicing st'f interest for the e'oi
I community; and it is a shame upon l
V o'"-'ce, the hoerahty, and the public spi
Ki 1 l-M'ple, that Mich nun as those
1 n':i!"lls'lt-' tatio;!S of judicial ofticers among
T -dio'i.'d receive such a trilling remuneration for
, i merit.
.-,':ne in.-iv s;:y, n ui; pieseni inciiiiioetus uiiiih
.that the salaries cf their respective of.iees are too
small, let them resign, v.e can find any quantity of
ft I 4111 en to fill their tdace-s. True, but what kind of
men will thev be? If the salary of each judicial
r.ie. r was one hundred didiars, hundreds of men
1 1 r 1 1 ..".
lit he touibl who wotihi oe app icaa.s ur tne
hut, is it reason. d!- t suppose, that they
e cunii,etenl to discii ir'o the du'.iesof the
olli e to which they had aspired ? By r. means,
for no man of tau nt vvoa! 1 seek an office Irotn
he would derive so small a reward for his
onver-e is eqa iliv Hue. Let the
.'iiciii; .1 u.I ' he i.iis.-d, sav, to thir-
W idle xiiss It. is a vocalist of superior merit she
unites the still more rare accomplishments of per
forming on the vioiiu and flute, in a manner un
equalled by any lady in Europe or America. She
is truly a prodigy, and her high standing us a ludg
her nationality her rare and 'superior accom
plishments entitle her to a liberal patronage from j fiver; on theiOth inst. lit had only landed on
our citizens, and we trust that her success may be 1 le Island aout ten days befone.
equal to her varied talents. . " "
liuntulU (Ah, nmn,. Anreotxurred at bhrevepqrt last week, des-
,,4t,e.;. a :i , A-t rs. Smith and claw Ham-
tees of the Lni verity o. xMississippi, at Jackson, mtrs I3t7now Bast d eross-cnt Mill and hand
on th. 2d Monda-in January next, at which time I SaW" Files Au'a-r Screw plates, hand, mill, and
alWcsso: of M dern Languages will he elected. c'ross-ct""Saw Ambs and levels, saw setts,
3tV. C. B.Toss, the nephew of JtTd-e Clavton ! Bench vices, ;Ua' Kim-V'y'ht' Cupboard t
Cmsul to Ilaana, died in that city of the vellow I'ad Locks a ,n?,es ss na
coach be ral,laol 0011s, nans, huo uii oilier
article in tllt; bne.
bSO CROCKERY, WOOD, AND TIN
VTpCT ofjand, containing 3S0 acres, situated on ' POSTAGE.
tu AJBitary mad, 10 miles fro.n Coiun.bus. 170 j Jn aj thc principal Cities and Towns,
cs,. re cleared Has a large tranic dwelling, contain- l)t? nV throu,rh Aent9
" 1 J I IMJII1B. ill! M 1 ' ( H H 1 lllll. IIIIliM n.
i Ubi A Ob. When sent by mail, the Postage to
any part of the United Slates will be but Twenty'-'
four Cents a year for '-Blackwood,' and buU
8 rooms, and pood out house
(5For further information applv to
B. G. HENDRICKSr. or
O. T. KEELER, CoLr.-.int s
v. 20, 1853. 44-3t.
TE.WCSSEC C03I.U1SS!0 HOISE.
1 kAAH I'eunds of Bacon just received, consist-
lUUU ing Ha,
'C 1 11 . . e 1 r . t t
j neiie ven 1.5 a year lorcaen 01 lhe Jtcviews. -Rimittances
and communications should alwava
be addressed, post-paid, to the Publishers,;,,., r
LEONARD SCOTT CO. ! ' ! '
54 Of'LU STUEKT XEW OKK.j
N. B. L. S. it Co. have recently published;
and have now ior sa'e, the 'FAllMER'S GUIDE,'
ains, Shoulders and Sides.
Uacon and Lard of a superior qua lit v for cash or 1
credit until January 1354, for acceptance.
For sale by D. BALDWIN, Ajr't.
Liberal advances made on bacon, and other articles by Henry Stephens, of Edinburgh, and Prof. Nor--
left with us on sales. Refer to Messrs. Franklin & ton, of Yale College, New Haven, complete in 2
Bro.Gay &Bro.,and O. T. Keeler. vols, royal octavo, containg 1G00 pages, 14 steel
July 30, 1503. tf and U00 wood engravings. Price iiwuuslia biudtM
1 . M
VI would I
l I which
. J I labor. 1 oe
V' 1 AJ rob dlo reu!t ? M'-r. of ike LiJ. : onkr of!
- Mtho-i-rh -t th. i:- n--i m-;:!-: i :' h.vc;,. f,s-; ,h, ;
J s. I-., yai c. ';.!. :;.(. d ;;: would 1-c i-u-.-cf:;:, 110 I Mi, ,,;, ,
r.iu.'.ef uli.i! obl-.eh s 1 o ' ' iv. n ; 1 ;s u -i , v. . i.i !;
, I , . . 1. i .. . . :.. ,.. , M :
i; I ,r i,: -i oigu; -! .' M liiet u v. to . s...j.i.i,', e..i
i....jo-j;:e or t:',.-k-u. r id o;!.-n t- ch-cu-o ;
1. H ,,.ri!e .:v.:i '! la'. f'-'f v.-e care ; l isv it s
i. I I . : ...-a : I :-.;., '!;' .llv :.',.,Vl! li'.at '.o'n.s ol
1'Afy,h" e..;-le nf Mj.-sipp; ev. r y. e aj piiciated, '
A 1 and t w-byj tit- p."---'- as the ind-.v of ti-.e fa-i.re, ;
II , , i they evir will ajijuvi i.tle. high taht;', tu: o! '.
II II 1 .hm-- ldans, ,.( ,U-inag,-t:e to tne contrary no
I w ....
Washing rox, Dec. 19, 18o3.
A committee of nearly a hundred New Yok
hards arrived here on Saturday, and have takn
possession of th.e public hotels and the capiat,
and may, after a w hile, conquer the White Hose.
Their immediate object is, or is said, to pront
the conlirmation of Hiram J. Redfield and of&Ir.
delmont. They will not trouble themselves rith
smaller game. The softs are also here in conide
r.ioie lorce, and tiie two factions will ie le to
the city, and relieve the dullness of the ortnary i
routine of a session. The hards still professinucii
confidence in the
troy ing tie warehouse of Oglesby it Griswood,
and between 7000 and G00O bales of cotton.
A XT) A HEAVY
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO.
The 'Jennessee Pouse of Representatives on th j Persons about to commence house-keeping or
Oth instant, by a vote of 52 to 30, concurred n 1 purchasing for their plantations and all others de
the report of a coninittee of tlirt body against ,ub- sirous of obtaining bargains will consult their in
lining to tae people a luw prohibiting the sde of ; terst by calling to examine before making their
spirituous li(purs. j bills el-ew lare.
- .. j;.1 'L'l ii'iii"a" , j Ve will receive by first Boats, direct from New
MARRIED. On the 2 tth instant by the Rev. L. j Oiians, Ten Thousand dollars worth of choice
J. Schoolar, Mr. JosEru Bolton, to Mis. Elvira :tam!y Groceries, which will be replenished week
WITHIES IM JEH'ELKY.
THE subscriber has just received a new and
well selected assortment of Watches and
Jewelry of the latest fashions, &c, which he
will sell on the most favorable terms. Old Gold and
Silver taken in exchange for goods. Particular atten
tion paid to Clock and Watch repairing.
I. M. KNAPP,
South Side of Main Street.
Columbus, Oct. fth 1853 No. 37 Cm
ing, G. ' -
J? This irorl is not the old 'JJool- of the Farty,
l itelg kksi sci i'.ytko and thrown upon tte market. s
II arvison, both of Columbus, iMississippi.
. 1 1 , .
1 lesiut lit, ami wo -rive nim a
Tut: Di ke of Alua ax Apologist to M." Se
ville So V LK.
er, oi the
ties L'ats. th
ly slid sold at the lowest cash prices.
GAY, RHOTIIER it CO.
lecember 17th 1G52 47tf
For the Southern Standard.
Oiiiiuaiy. j FOB SALli.
Jons DeLascey, a lovely little boy of two years ! 1 comfarable House and Lot, Out Houses and
-We ailu r iioni M. (i dilrdet's ! nve mouths old, and son ot John Ue Lancey and , Fence new. Apply to
1-i nisi;,!,:, in yi surdav's (Vutier Iary A. Watkins, of Schenectady, New York, died
: the Duke oi Alba (lhe b rot In-in- in Columbus, Miss., ut the house of his relative, James ;
neh Jwiipre.ss ), iio.de the men- : W. Harris, on Friday, the 14th inst., at 11 o'clock
ECKFOBD A: WEAYEK,
(SUCCESSORS TO WILLIAM ECKFORd)
Ao Co7n7inrce, Aorlh of St. Imvi's Stmt,
JNO. It. ECKt'ORP,
VVM. B. WEAVER,
F. IB. ECKFORD.
Oct. 8th 1853. 37-tf.
To all persons inl?rc-tt'd in th- Estate nf William
Moore dt ceased.
OY are In reby notified that I will at the Feff"
rv term of lrob::te court of Lowndes co7 '2'
aei-ordanre with leave heretofore rranted pre. r , U'
account and voui hers for final settlement o
tate at which time vou are notified to atte
ject to the same if you see proper.
ABM'. MURDOCK, Ad
' Dec. 1-Jth, 1S52. 47 3w.
ROBERT V. SMITH.
CARET W. IUTT.
KOBEKT W. S.niTfl A CO.
T. C. WEIR, or
W. L. LIPSCOMB.
I i: .
,liiil's) ), ,s lo;uh
Ni-ville S,-uie. the
:r 1 i.i- o;
' a I
tiie tneu- V . llarri
on l our p. M.
rate 1 iduks oi
'U''i iin ii.
e!l uiven 4 the
let's is j'lnhJdy
rr; ids s:-,neb-j:t
k-c hi-: Madunc
H'iiile ail tin ia
t) and tba. ho
O.t. 20th, 1S33. 40 2m.
'Thc?latc ol'illisisippi, Prorate Court,
At 1 o'clock, P. M. on the sumeday of the succeed-1 Iwules County. $ Dec. term 18o3.
in- w. ek, the sorrowing mother followed her darling : To all jr) interexkd in the. Estate of Thomas B.
cniid to the tomb. At the invitation of relatives, with ' Cawthon deceased.
her two little children, she had lately accompanied TOb ire hereby notified to be and appear beiore
. j ... ,. I theJudjre of our Probate Court to be holden at
t iciii ooutn, ior tiu uenetic ot a muuer winter. Ol J- , . . , ,
the Criut House in the town of Columbus on tae nrt
c-arsc .die was couiparativeiy a stranger amongst us. jion(j8y ;n February next then and there td show
Cut there are iiiaUnces in which the last hours afford cause ifany yon have why the following lands should
a sultsfuctjry compendium of the entire life ; and this not be told, lo-vvit : North half of west hall of north
i- 1 . , . ,1 1 ,11! west oiarter section six, township eighteen range
was sinkiiiulv true 01 tue ueitth 01 tins lovely lady. vvtsl v?1"-' tv 1 ,
, ui, sevenlisn east, bhu uunu nun 01 tuei huh 01 uuuu
n ',-,(.-l 1 M'siiafe n is v. orui Siveiai ai u-
iiiehis we w ill introduce -n' ii.-ie. A tew years
Nir.ce ti.'isvtiy (ju-stion. the propriety of inereas
in ' the salaries of the judicial otiicers, was intro
duced in the House of Representatives of the
Legislature of Alabama, tvhen a member pro
jKsed instead of increasing the salaries of the offi
cers of this branch of the government to reduce
' Xtheni by several hundred dollars, so as to allow
the judges of the circuit court ouiy in ..u..
dred dollars, and the salaries of the other judicial
officers to be in a proportionate ratio. A gentle
man in the opposite part of the hall remarked,
that no man of talent would 'apply for an office
with such a small salary, and that such a course
would .rrcatly detract from the elevated character
,i..it ,lf indiciarv should possess. Whereupon
Luau j - j
Mi l. u!
HT !'f ;'!'! 1
(.on Ci o;
tin: Duk- ..f Alh-i '- : It ii!
hj w.-iv a hi-.'h -necked dr:s
(.'olil! 1 I ."ilMlill Vnri''.
u r,,i, ' i, Ii.mv t he r. c
.'r itmnriceu. 0 . ii-ere go-.s Marre
juirtinfiv !" dust ai. this iio'iiielit. vouii'x Ne
v to-.- -otue p.issou iy, ai e.l happening to overhtat
: the siiihtir.g alius.oii t
11 1 .1 . 1 1 . .
: reou-tiil iv calling the C-jiruiish grandee a black -guard
(potlixon.) In a moment, there was a
: i'1'eat d still haliee. M . Sollh- lhe ehlf-r imnwdi-
atelv carried oil his son : but the latter sent next wa6 unonserveu sue nerseu oeing me principal anu
day'two friends and eye-witnesses 10 the Duke of ; almost constant taiker.
Alba, with instructions to demand satisfaction ei- w as commenced being
ther bv means of ai ms or by a written apolo'T. the 23d.'' Which was read, she respondingand dwell
At first, the Duke refused to consent to give re- ing upon its concluding word, " forever." Her church !
dress iri eiter way, upon the plausible pretext that j was mentioned and the Episcopal Prayer Book brought,
his adversary was in reality urging on political Bl.ifcf alld appropriate remarks" were n.ade of each ;
.piarrel But the story is no - that public o;,, . q .n an
having (1-I-jii,iI Hself nn romonsly jj h,nf . as , . o o
is not astonishing in a country renowned 'lor the i ' ,'CUl " nt with them had been mace
is iiui rt. win. j ... up. Thev were part of herselt aim woum aitomnanv
chiva rotis respect which it has always paid to - 1 . "Uii-
, 1 i 1 f I,,, ctiUl th.. motw.r i her to Heaven. Other matters claimed attention now.
OeauiV, me yubc 01 jiiun nfi.T ovi.i.i.-v niv- ...t.i.v..
j Pruirie Ittul Fcri!,,e'"
'rri IE Undersized offers for his plantationj
' L I-wndes cHuntv-Eleven mi" ,tout,? f f
hair miles west of (he Iligby ver, and eighty of
'' the .Mobile and Ohio RailroaVcontainuig 120 acres i
; about, -joo acres cleared. Mre are two scttlemehN
j on the place, three niiartc r a ,ile aP;lrt- eac
' place there are necear Wildings together w ttli bored
wells Gin houses &c.The place win excellent cou-t-i
. . mmi. on if this vcar would pny
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, twcvth'r'l tl'"unt I ask for It. This placV
And Manufacturer's Agent for the sale of Ken- will be for sale u-til the first day of September next.
, z. v .r..- t 1 rn ' ' - ' RICHARD SkES.
tucky Lagg.ng, n,pe and Iwtne, ! n .
,mrrfI, .,' ! Dec. in. 13-4--3m. -?L
MOBILE Ala. .. - -
INSOLVENT NOTICE.'- 1 5
HAVE removed to the t:..vv Stole on Water St., Tiie Jil.ilc of Missiitpl, t wiiiSsoni.itjr J
next to the corner "of St. TfOUs oue s,1URrt. Toidl m,Uf i-rcded in the Estate of Jaws.D"
in the rear of their former stand, .,ni have con-. deceased. r:
stantly on hand a full assortment of Rntuckv and i V X I r J . W'n ' J.-vai t-lerk of the Probate court
India Bauging, Rope and Twine. i )' ..iaV:oii;'jiis.-oner of Insolvency having at, the
The attention of Planters and Merchants, par-' fan December t. rm ol said court nresenwu 10
ticularly called to a new article of JW SPm'i his report howinjr the list of claims trhich have
Hope, familiarly known as the "ereen o..ch, been filed with him against f.a'd Pr
which is exact,; adapted to planters wants. - hert y not J d t
entirely free from gouts or knotty phu-.-s, and hav- t.:.e ,m the first Monday in February next at h
ing only one length of rope in each coil, thus sa ing court iIOU!ic of snid county then and there to show
1 to J rent ner lb in the loss for ends., compared ii 1,. ronnrt Kbould sot ia
with ordinary rope. For tliis brand, ns wtll a allowed aiii d'u -ibution of said Estate In ac-
Uehad read ol, but never witnessed such a death. e:l,t qu.rtef Pection twelve and south half of east half ,U)e L M n long and favorably known, corthnce witv. ,aid report
From first to last there was no wandering ot the uf soutt east quarter section one, township eighteen .... . , a superior - rone, we arc" the Sole xS?iis v.';tnei:stl
o his mother, immediately , ..f " "t-infn , no h,,l,l .nH w,llcl1 ,s !USO a supeuor ,ope, we
- . . w iiiouums, or uib leasL lauuie oi me uiiiiu- anu ior iiic rane egintiii "i ,,,1...,. -..w . m this mnrti t
last tiiteen hours, continued through rapid and par- twenty acres, according to the petition ot Joseph. J ' , nb luw.'iied m any quantity and
... , , , Winn, Lucv Jordan, Susan Cawthon, Rebecca Nash, i uicnasci can oe su.m u .u .un tu. ,
tial breathing, the usual silence ot the death scene ', r Tiinmprn h-ir; at law of said estate, quality, and on the most reasonable terms.
anu n " - . ....
December 17 1 t.j-4-il.
At her request the 25th Psalm ; gnSpl Judge of V
read. " I am mistaken, it is 'Mjj Monday of
Witness, the Honorable S. A. Brown,
JudTe of Probate of said county the first
December A. D. 1853.
Issued December 14, 1353.
DANIEL WILLIAMS, Clerk.
Dec. 17tl, 1853. 47-6w.
the advocate for reduction m
sinuated that he would
HEAVY KERSEYS, LISEYS AM) RUSSET
milE subscribers arest receiving their 'Full end
I inter SUs "J
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN
rrilEsubscriberoffers for sale his farm 8it..-Hal,V ..r . f V" ' ,, T .7
I -tiitMiiiUij uuuu, 20 miles Irom ColuinDUS anu . uiuuii" f.i mey hini in tan puioiiunj no- u 111-11-
V.'ttness the Honorable S. APtnv5,
Judge rf Probate the first Jloadayjupej
l i nut t . I ' io.J.1.
Lsued l)ecmber 14th,'l&13,!i .r
DANIEL WILLIAMS Clerks -n;;-'
r.nd rom'r. of Insulvenpy.
December 17th 1S53. 47-lw. ' - u' v'r-!
Tiie State ofi!Iisiis?ippi,Iotvndc County.
To all persons intrresL-d in the Estate of William
Vaiuablo Farsn For Sale.
7 OU are hereby uotiiieJ to be and appear before the
1 Judeuf our next Probate Court of said county
at the Court House in the town 'of Columbtw on th
Ulll-n- ...... r v i . ..! t.
The tract, con- tion of Planters to their Large and Extensive Assort- . J1"ua P i v A ' tl
r f I i l . , o, ru-u- i . e sno.v cause w y me luuuuiii" luuua eiiuuiv umui!
tains 300 acres of land about 130 of which is unuer , u.ent of r .. ,s a:..- ,i,rr ..'.i..
1111,, w I .-SI'I J.-'.il. . iv-,. I. ,
adjoining; th Military Spring-
fence in a fine sta'.e of cultivation. A comfortable
I L 1 1 1 I CU1 dilliIl" .ill
st half of nortliiit
i r . ii- . i i ,im iihii ii t u i ni"fi (i 1 1 u n iriiun rin i r-.i.i.erii iiJi. iii - mjv.-. i,i iuj uhm i m r n v km, s u in t- iin. iiiiiii'vsii :. i ; i i , i i. . r . i j. k. . .
bv "race u y apoloyisinii: ior tneonence compmiu-: r o-- - . - . , k;ii;, . r, rrn,' . e . V, , quarter anu east nan oi somn ease quarter mi i ion
2 ol Fur doii-this he desrves credit. weep. "Iam in no pain, not the least. Myily necepaiy ou bmllmffs. A fine orchard of appies, ; shoes at .Northern .pnecs and in quality never ' 0 ha,r cf south Bndort1i
tJ 0t' d"S U"ShedC:r:S.'. r. j trouile is difficulty of breathing." Mary, are you ft' ard eZZ Iih and " ToZurV tT' hUo( U l "
Imposiko vpon the next wonLp.-The drcu lo die p 0h no, was the reply, wilh a g i S Columbu, Sept 1S5?' 3SK f- -Cti St'VTCI: 'thTSion :oftfe'DS
r plotters the following u-est,on with regard 8mile of jowoon adtling, . i Uope the Lord will re- sold at private sale previously, , will on the 24vU dav Columbu., .ep.. L,3. .- . ,r, j t tSfine of ! thftSrt 5
to the lianyriiiir question : . . t ...i , .ii.;,i of January 1354. off?r the same for sale to the highest '
,, - - k" il, in PAnii.il mm tcivc inc. jjo c woiiiiia uric uisii luuicu, auu niiiu . , . , i , a in s;it(l I'.stf'e f
Tlw. ru w OI1H SeriOUS Of) eCtlOn tO LaDltal DUU- , V, , .tor n tlia nroni ,nc Fnr mrl l-n an inn c nn t 10 d.lll,..t. - , . .
DOD assortemnt on hand at the rurmture Store, ..x Witness the Honorable bTTWiElf A.
;1i,,w.i,t th-.it. w. have never seen presented : and messages
,i.. : ..fil.wLi.ol ivloithnsiuess has this! forettincr the humblest domestic.
I IIHL IK it II liri 1 I I I.,,,-' ..,,1. - -
premises or to E. DWiinir Jr. Columbus Miss.
E. DOWSING, Sn.
tak" the office of Judge for the amount which worjj lo rjj itself of nuiances at the expense of . advisory words were spoken to the sobbing and watch- December, 17, 1553 47 4t
i.:., .,..nMi ii-v over- l...r. ..,.-11 9 VV" (-(imnlsiin ci f the old eoun- I inor iuislinni! the word " foretaste" distinct.lv uttered r -1
, j , 1 ("5. savS 111 i" lul" ; - - - aumcuinii nuuu .. v. - - i e J
au iidui.- - , .i. i c,.- o..,i;. tl,o enm nf their nonulntion
Li ivo iui ovriiuitj l 1 1 gvuu' v - r r
lu re and make it a law in this country that eve
rv town shall sunnort its own nauners : and is it
J . rr . . , ,
nanieu. vc, . ,,11
nil! necunv that station ior Jive hundred dol-
' w ., e ,.f .1,,. tiliwtrM-
onc can see tne ioico ui 1..1.
and the last grasp of his hand and the last breath i
. . . . . t. . .1 lrt,Trtt A iil lliAra 1 ) 1- 1, .1 T , rv , 1 - 1 1 1 . 1 irtrnaa nfi
. - , TVi rwr.nnc li fvvxtpd 17) thn l-.itniP fit flllPr I..
Mart A. Watkins, daughter of John Austin Yates, ; r
STATE OF-.MIISSim, LOWNDES COUNTY.
If the people desire to promote their individual
interests, as well as the interests 01 ,
Wust devote more attention to the judiciary. Let
Se salaries of all of the judicial olhcer. be ln-
. ot.u ani comnetent men will apply
creaseu, im "s. 1 i..f(.fi
"L the offices. And then, let the people, ac uatcd
?1, noble impulse, a desire for the welfare of
their common country, not impure whether a mau
Ta whi-or a democrat, but whether he is pos
ted of high legal attainments, unimpeachable
St and an unquestionable moral character
Ve wm notice in a few words the only objec
- I t Lsever been urged to this policy. The
tion that has ever abounded af-
. ,runil I II " WW
riemago-ue. p , tbat
which ended in such a death here, so dimly and feebly
described. The two must have been most beautifully
consistent, and will serve to embalm her memory and
virtues, there and here, in numerous living hearts.
One little son is left to learn hereafter of the fath
er, his now unconscious loss.
Columbue, December 25,1653.
nni then a'sr.nrvv transaction "to shio bad men to I . ., , . . ,- ."n r .1
- , . ! 1 1.1 I I U n ' o I 1 r (11 T K ...t... ... ...I I, I ,,.,11 f 1 1, i nflvt I. ni.
torei,rn snores in ine unknown woriu. o iifiu"i5 , , . , . , , l,. ttc "ccuj'""'-,",:u 1 " 111 v"
iu 0 .... . . . .-c t. ! by the many who stood around and knew her, to have V .,.. trm k, prfth9p r(,i,rt of said rnnntv
were annihilation, it might be justifiable on the pnn-, J . , .r. , , . . , ki ! J- y ot tna f ronate ourt ot saia county,
dole of sacrificing the less to the greater but if it " ,Ilcu' .., , to oe neiuonme trsi iuonuay in reoruary,
;iim the men loose we should find out first i and lovely, and beloved here pious and her re- j ance with leave Ranted at the December te
whether he is wanted where he is sent. It is pos
ble at least that he is forced on society that have
no more relish for him than those who see Jit to ex
pel him. We should have too much regard tor
this possibility to vote for Capital punishment.
tl Portsmouth Globe learns from undoubted
tuthoritv n'jHt the Secretary of the navy intends'
immediately to w v' y T,
coast surveyors to Beaufort, C to make a full
and eomplete exploration of that Harbor with a
view to tiie establishment of alvava! Depot there
This survey was ordered by the Ust session of
December term of said
i . . . j i r a l a.
deemed spirit gone to Heaven. In the language of ; courl present iiy accounts anu voucners luruuiiwi-
, . i tlement of said fistate, at which time you may appear
her distinguished physician, the scene throughout was j anJ object if see fit
Heavenly and sublime. j 'j ISAAC WINSTON, Executor.
The larger and nearer circle of friends at the North Dec. 5, 1 8337-3 w. , T
who knew her, had most or all of the life of 22 years,
HT W. HOVELL thankful to those who have
f, formerly bestowed their business upon him re
spectfully requ!sts a continuance of the same, and
also offers his services to the citizens of Lowndes
and the adjoin'ug counties as general Agent and Col
lector. He will attend to all business entrusted to
his care strictlyr and as directed by the parties at the
usual commissions. He may be found in Columbus
at all times whai not absent on business.
Dec. 24. lR33-3-4S-tf.
X.f Wo.MELsroRFF. Persons wishing to buy
would do w ell to call soon as they will be sold cheap,
to close out the present stock. I will warreiit them to
be No. 1, instruments. J. WOMELSDORFF. !
Nov. 2G, 1853. 44-2t.
TWO small keys, which the owner can get by call
ing at this office and paying for this advertisement.
December Oth 18i3.
Hr.tjwje Judjre of Probate of said coim-
Lvj3J 'J' t!'e lonJay 8t December 1853
and 78th vear of American Independence.
Issued 13lhof December A. D. 1S53.
DANIEL WILUAJIS, Clerk,
Dee. 17th 37-Cw. ' ' J' "".
DOCTORS MA LONE As LANIER havHig" uni
ted in the practice of Medicine, re pectfti I Jy! ten
der their pr.iicssioual services to their oW friends and
the public generally. r ' '. -y. ;;
iheir longt-.vpenence irt the treatment af Xbt dl
m J Jacliou, having returned to Columbus by cases of this climate euabfes them confidently Murom
L . request, has opened moms over the Piano and ise that all case confided to tlieif cafe willhe stifcja
Fumiture Store of Mr. Womelsdorf, where the Ladies torily managed. ymi'!
and Gentlemen of the city and vicinity, are cordially Surgical and Female cases far or near will Tvctivo
invited to call and examine epecimens, among which prompt and iffioient attention. i , ; :' fi,
may be seen several portraits of citizens of this place. , November 1st, 1853. 40 ly, .--Irls
EE FIELDS " ' ' '
KH-CaWl'er te with hands) "'GENERAL. AGENT A N D b 0 L L E C T 0 R ,
Kit Lat( larger aze witn nanus; .uu , . -COLUMBUS, MISS. - i
liiMiopsize, 4v.u ;Wii, Btenj to a!i business entrusted to his care, with
lull length. .,. . . ! promptness nml fidelity. ..
lwenly percent off for all famines over three m'. R,fKrto J. H. Turner, Jas. M. Wvnne.ari Cnarfea
number. H. Abert: Colmnbus, Miss, . 7. I
' . Dt?. 15, 1355-47-tf, i . x. 5 12. . 41 -x
i;,rtion for the .merest, v. , - t . ,
r v -