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SATURDAY 1VORN1NG, FEB. 24.
. QUARTERLY MEETING.1
Tho second Quarterly Meeting for the
Warsaw Circuit will le held in thii place
en Saturday and Sunday, the 3d and 4h
dyi of March nexir
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Jhtatwtj of a Country Editor's Life.
W-ippoe that a country editor' tome
tftnes realises certain pleasures peculiar to
hit calling, similar to those attendant up
on ' (Tie various avocutiuns of life.' We
will Rarely hint at one of the especial and
at the same time, no very uncommon plea
aure. that has falleff to our lot on several
occasions during the winter. It is now
afternoon on Friday, with a space of a co
lumn and a half to be filled with reading
nattf of some tort. We have wailed for
Hue mail due this morning at 9 o'clock at
bout (ne o'clock, the ttagt made its ap
pearance, but brought no mail. Under
tne'se1 circumstances, what are we to do?
Why', says a friend, 'sit down arid write
something to fill up with.' If our friend
does nut know it, we Sam stale for his in
formation that our editorials are all set up
off-komt, thai it to say, they are unwrit
tenand when wc get a liltie behind as
wis happen tpbe just now, by wailing the
yncerfhih movements of Cave Johnson's
bale boxes, and are cheated out a supply
of papers, even when they do arrive, we
are not "in rune" for spinning long yarns,
when wo expected to draw upon the ser
vices of some body else. We only men
tion tlijs as oheumong the great variety
of pleasing scenes of the fraternity. But
at "accidents will sometimes happen even
in the best regulated fifiilis," we shall
try and preserve our usual good temper,
and hope for better luck when the box
coftrea round again. '
v Sjh'The attention of our shipping friends
t well at others on travel, in referrsi-lo
the advertisement of the splendid steamer
Rotceua, to be found in another column.
It is altogether superfluous for us lo say
.anything in praise of the Rowena; or her
polite and gentlemanly commander. He
who has travelled with Jewctt once, will
not need much persuasion to do so opsin.
For -ourselves, we would spend a week
on the banks of the Missouri, in order
'that we might have the pleasure of a trip
with the very Prince of commanders. '
SJ'By the way, we owe on apology lo
Capt. Jewell,' for not publishing his eard
sooner. It was inserted in the Republic-'
mi, and as we da ml exchange with that
paper, we never should haver known that
we were authorized to copy il, had it not
been for a friend, who called our ttteaUon '
tb it, and furnished us with a copy. As
we have stricken the Republican from our
exchange list, we Mould take it as a favor
.if those friends in St. Louis, who occa
sionally advertise with us, would send tm
a-copy of the mutter they wish us to pub
'lish, or have' ihem inserted in sonte other
of the valuable city papers, with which
E3"Hon. Win. H. Seward,-formerly
Governor of New York, has been chosen1
by the Legislature of that Slate; a Sena-
tor in the Congress of the United Slates,
for six years from the 4 eh of March next.
.His not stated whether he' succeeds -the
5lon. Mf. Dix or Dickinson, the present
' Senators from that State. Gov. Seward
: Jit Whig, and was elected by the very
small majority of 91 'votes.
JS" A resolution has been offered in the
New York" Legislature, proponing the
presentation of at word to Maj Miss, in
the name' of (he people of 'thai Stale, in
testimony of tireir appreciation of his gal
lantry and services in the- Mexican war,
We see it pretty plainly intimated in an
item' from a New York paper; thutXhit
' resolution was offered, not so much'at a
testimony of their appreciation' of hid
military iervices,'as with a hope of secu
ring somo-of the loaves and fishes, lobe
dispensed, by and through bis influence
with President Taylor.
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'' Btiidf laleiHia never. The Hon. Jno.
. Phelps will please 'accept our thank
1 for ahandsoma snap of the battle grounds
f Mexico. We should have made this
., acknowledgement last week, tut iiudver-
. Unlly omitted it.
JJ-Gen. Samuel M. Bay liaa len e-
-lected Batik Attorney, by the Board of Di
-' vectors .at Si. Louts, in tho place of TFs-
Polk, Esq., who resigned.
CrjThe attention of our merchants and
others, uniting St. Louis, is referred to
the advertisement of John T. Martin, the
mammoth Clothier of the West. Mar
tin's is the monster establishment of the
mighty West, from which a man is never
permitted to retire without being disguised
so that his lest friend would hardly recog
nise him, at your own price, too he sells
so cheap. Give him' a call and examine
his goods nnd price. Read his adver
tisement carefully, and you can't fail to find
his hnflsfv No. 1 18, Main street. t
The St. Louis Unmn says: "The tilTfnr
incorporoting the Wire Bridge Company
at St. Louis, hat phased bofh Houses of
the Legislature of Illinois and has been
sanctioned fV the Governor.
?'lt i said, that during the existence
of ll.e cholera in Cuba, oh its former up
penrance, there were Ib.COtJ interments
at Havana, in len weeks. Hie deaths in
one day umounled to 900.
From the St. Louis Union.
FROM SANTA FE.
Dales from Santa Fe have been receiv
ed in (his city to the 1 6ih Dec. The mail
from the United Slates urrived out on (he
29lh Oct. Mr. Newman, (he bearer, at
tempted to return with a mail on the 20th
Nov., but in consequence of the severity
of the weather, puf buck on reaching
From Chihuahua, Mr. Win. Skinner
arrived ul Santa Fe early in Dec. The
traders were doing a good business. Much
consternation hud been created by the dep
redation of the Indians.
Capt. Salmon, of Missouri, died at Ta
os on the '20th Nov., from the wounds he
had received in an engagement with the
Apache Indians some time prewotis. - -
John Siglor, a colored man, killed Jame'a'
Adams, at a fandango at Santa Fe, on the
Lieut. Carson was at Santa Fe on the
1st of Nov.
" Several' Apache Indians had been cap
tured by Maj. Beall, at Taos. He brought
them prisouers lo Santa Fe, nnd woul l
soon take the field against n parly on Red
river, w ho had been cuminilting depreda
tions. Mr. Anbry, from the States, arrived
out in fa let v, but his waggons were delay
ed in the Ratoon mountains, from some
cause or other, and fears were entertained
for their safely.
Dislrict;Attorney, II. N. Smith, arriv
ed al Santa P'e ffcoin Washington city, on
the 29th Oct.
Eugene Leitensdorfer had failed for' a
considerable amount. II. N. Smith and
Thomas Bopgs were his assignee's.
OcccrATicfss'&c., or Tiir1 Members
or me Mrssouni Lccisl'atc-re. From
a tabular' statement prepared by A. C.
Marvin, Ast. Llk., ol the Mouse, we learn
that the members und officers of the Sen
ate comprise, 20 farmers, 13 lawyers, and
of hotel keepers, physicians und carpen
Of this House, 57 are farmers, 19 law
yers, 13 physicians, 5 merchants, 3 black
smiths, 2 millers, Z editors of newspapers,
1 artist and 1 horse-juclcry.
Ul the members and officers ot the leg
islature, 44 were born in Ky., 31 in Va.,
15 in Tcnn., 11 in N. C, 9 in Mo., 6 in
Md., 4 in Ohio, 4 in N. Y., 4 in S. C. 4
in Pa., 2 in On., 2 in Ireland, 2 in N. H.,
and 1 each in Vt., Conn., Mass., England,
HUNT UPTHE SCAMP.
A fellow calling himself John S. Waters,
came to James Scrivener's netr Keyles-
llle, Mo., last November, and utter stay
ing some weeks, passing for a single man,
married there. He afterwards borrowed
a horse under the pretext of going after
sorrte negroes he professed lo have; and
sold the horse to R. D. Mauz5'' of (his
place, and put out westward beirtg-seen
in Wakendah' prairie, since which he has
not been heard of.
He isnbw ascertained to have married
a widow woman last spring near Camden,
Mo., who had tome negroes-ond property
which he jeopardized if. he had the legal
right. lie is also supposed to have a wife
in Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, anrl Tennessee.
He it about 40 or 45 years old, has a gray
beard, is tall, straight built,' and left: hand
ed 5:bihI has Ihe initials J. S. -W., printed
with India ink on Ihe lefl'srm, lie drinks.
and lalks a great deal ' w hen drinking.
He left here (lie 1st ot January.
Papers lit general should notice this
marrying" vagabbnd.riI''runsu-icA,er,' I0A.
Taux RirHE3; The hasteners to get
wealthy by rftiiiing offer the polden phan
tom on (he shores of (he Pacific would do
well' to ponder (lie following sober lan
eusge of Mr. Hehrf Coleman", rri (he'lost
number of hU excellent work on Europe
an Agriculture: '"The true wealth' of a
community's its' labor, it productive labor.
A man is not (he richer for houses, which
be cannot occupy; lands which he cannot
use; money that he cannot ' spend. He
might own a continent in the moon, but
what would that avail him ? He might
die of starvation in the vaults of the Bank
of England, or in the undisturbed posses
sion of the riches of the mines of Peru.
La'oor is the great source and instrument
of subsidence and wealth."
A few days since, w hie the sleighing
was fine, a parly of ladielahd gentlemen
met at a hotel at Kingsbfijge, Westchester
county. They had been l the house but
a short lime, when a gentleman, who was
unknown to the compai'iyi became one of
(heir number, and soofi lkade himself es
pecially pgreeahlo to a ylung lady, who
seemed not llic least displeased with the
attention which he bestowed on her. In
short, they beenmo mightfy pleased with
each other, and he proposed marriage on
the spot. It was a mrfel proposition ; but
girls are fond of noveltiet-she consented,
ml thov tout fi,r nnri, ,. k .i.rrii.,l
this man" to "this woman."
This str.iripe genlleinari'aj name did not
transpire ot all, ond the young lady found
herself married lo one whose name even
was unknown to her. He was not known
al the house, and some inquisitive person
who Iried lo find out what il was, failed
entirely in their undertaking. The new
ly made wife did not like to ask sp odd a
question of her husband, and a whole day
elapsed beloreshe was mndenware ol what
her new cognomen was. Of all the has
tily concocted marriages that are recorded,
thisappears locnp the climax. A". York
The European papers announce the
death of Hartley Coleridge, son of -the
great poet and metaphysician, that "Child
Of wondroils promise," as he was called
in his early days. lie inherited much of
his father's peculiar geriiua, wilh a great
share peculiar only lo himself. He also
inherited hia father's failings, and if ..e did
not blast his fine powers by chewing opi
um, he wrecked them upon strong drink.
How many splendid minds, capable of hav
ing illuminated the mental siht of apes',
soaring up for a moment with unearthly
light have glared out over l!e mad
dening poison of the wine cuj!-i-.V. Y.
2jHon. Messrs. Daniel Webster and
Reverdy Johnson have been engaged by
the Commissionerfof ihe M. E. Church,
South, as counsel in Ihe prosecution lor
(he funds of the' M. E. Church. Hon.
Rufus Choute has been retained, it is said,
by Ihe Book' Agent of (he M. E. Church,
as one of (heir Counsel in the expected
prosecution of (he claim of (he M. E.
Church, South, on the property of (he
Church. An Era.
(j3fThe (wo Houses of Congress: met
in the II ..11 of (he House of Representa
tives on Ihe 4h inst., for the purpose of
cotirititig ihe Electoral votes for President
and Vice President of ihe United Stales.
Zachary Taylor and Millard Fillmore,
each liming received 163 Electoral votes,
were declared duly elected lo those office's
for four j ears, from and after the 4th of
March next. A committee was appoint
ed lo notify these gentlemen of their elec
EitiiRof England'. The gold and silver
cftm in the vaults of (his institution, on
(he O'lh of Jan., amounted to (he enormous
sum of jeI'5''024,SD2, of about $75,000,
000. Our political economists have often
estimated the gold and silver coin in the U-niti-d
Stales as low as $80,000,000, a por
tion of which .is, of course, constantly be-
li'g drawn to X'.nglanil.
Foreign Items. Il is the gossip of
London, that Count D'Orsay managed lo
raise two thousand sovereigns - for hi.i
riend Louis Napoleon, lo carry on the
con'est for ihe Presidency. It is believ
ed that lie is about lo return to Paris, un
der the patronage of the latter.
The Hon. Mrs. Norton has gone lo Lis
bon for her health. She was escorted by
Gen. Cabineau once Aid lo Napoleon,
A Parisian caricaturist represents Lou
is .Napoleon as try mar on an imperial
crown, which had slipped over his face,
and exclaiming in great perplexity, "De
cidemment mon oncle actit teie plus forte
que mot." Decidedly, my uncle had a
larger head than l.J ,
At a social banquet of felnale democrats.
in Paris', Madame Grsnet said, in her
speech, "Let us select I he blessed Virgin
as our model, whose name be ever blessed
ion 'women'." M. Bernard gave as a
toasl, "France, the li ing Christ."
The Marchioness of Sligo has turned
Mesmerizer, and is said to hat e effected
some astonishing cures at Cheltenham.'
Gol DotLAa. A' bill has" been re
ported to the House' of Representatives,
authorizing the coinage' one dollar gold
nieces at (he Lulled Slates Mini. Ihe
press has been strong in recommendations
for the introduction of col:i of (hit descrip
tion. - Its diffusion would dv iri.icli to
wards checking the circulation of small
notes. A. Louis' Luton'.
Leap 'Year'. Il is tid that many single
womiHi in . the western "part of this Slate
intend to petition the Legisture to extend
the terui of leap year to May 1st. N. V.
The L'olitsvilte Courier estimates that
Kentucky has sent, this season, to Cin
cinnati, over 120,000 hogs, which reali
zed the owners $790,000.
, Tho publio debt of Cssada- is nearly
A petition v's presented lo the Mayor
of New York, on the 31st ult , signed by
fifteen thousand respectable citizens', ask
ing for the enforcement of the Sunday
Laws against (he liquor traffic in that ci
ty. The petition was presented. by a com
mittee of forty, among whom were Theo
dore Frelingfiuysen, Mr. Harper, Dr.
Pring, Dr. Tyng, and Ben, F. Butler.
Report of tht Inspectors bt the Missou-
ri Penitentiary for 1848. Number of
persons received 30; pardoned, .C: dis
charged by expiration ot time, all esca
ped und recaptured, 1 J deaths, I., lotal
number of w hile nrironers no v in (he
Penitentiary males, G7 r l'ei'nalct, 2; co
lored males, 2; females, I.
Within the last two years, i3 prisoner
were sent from St. Louis county.
Or the Indian Qttet.n Vegetable Sugar
Coated Pills. These Pills have attained
an unprecedented popftfarily J because in
all diseases peculiar (o (he West (hey nave
had unprecedented success, ft Is no won
der, therefore, (hutmedical charlatans have
been engnged in manufacturing und sehd-
ing abroad other pills and medicines with
the vain hope of rivaling in public esti- j
nmlion "Bragg s Sugar Coaled I ills. -raT'lieconiman(,crar fhc Roweka embra
This cannot be done, as some who haveces()ie present opportunity of returning
tried the snurious medicines have found his sincere thanks to his friends telio have
tO llieir COSt.
fffSeo Dr. Bragg's advertisement in. himself and officers, shall be made to ren
, 'derhef still worthy of the patronage of
itOi.p nn limn I .... .... . 1 . a
Sold in Warsaw, by
BROWN & DUNN
DR. WM. J. RICHARDS, of Cincin
nati, says he cured a case of Consumption
by the use i.r DR. ROGERS' LIVER
WORT OF TAR, when all other' reme
dies had failed.
This remedy may he had from
BROWN & DUNN.
We w ish lo call the reader's otlention
to WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD
CHERRY, that is advertised in another
column. There is some peculiarity about
this article that no other remedy has. It
is completely master of nil Pulmonary Dis
ease, even to the most maligriaf, such as
our mosi pronnneni anu skii.ui povsioiaos . tcr country witn UlJ.r IJUUKS.. JJa
afier lona treatment have given up in des- ving made all suitable arrangements with
, , , , ... . the Publishers East, and from a long ex-
pa. r as beyond (he reach ot medicine. 8dpe,.it,CB in the bll!lille4s, wo are sale m
their skill, arc cured by (his remedy. j promising to supply all orders at
The reader may think (here is some as- EJ1STERX PRICLS'.
stirance in (his, und wilh some reavon loo, Van Disk will rin'iain in New York,
if it was not plain mailer of fact proved! to attend to supplying (he House with the
., . ,. . . . eaWiVsland best Works in all departments
by many cases within our immediate circle o( Literature, which will enable us to lill
of acquaintance. We recommend it to ihe ! any and all orders whatsoever at the eur-
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..,Tl:..i.l il '.'o-l n,,l;..,n Iwlnrn lli 1
For sale by Brown & Dunn, Warsaw1.
G A LIFORNI A !
17OIl the approaching Spring I am man
. ul'acturini; the largest and moat splen
did assortment of
Heady Made Clothing.
Erer ottered by any house. It will be be
yond description 1
The Wholesale and Retail Trade
of Ihe past year so lar exceeded ny ex
pectations, that it w as a matter of impos
sibility forme to supply the great demand!
for tiie approaching Season
I feel confident in asserting that I will be
enabled to supply the demand'' of the en
Tim tremendous amount of BUSINESS
thut Iamdoino, and entirely upon (he rash
principle, enables hie to manvjucture
Uooas at jar less pi tea man unyumer.
concern; and lam aetermtuea lo
Sell them at a Small Profit!!
a-So as to make it an object for every
Country Merchant lo invest his cash capi
tal in Olothinac, as it will poi him a belter
profit; meet with quicker safes, anil feaee
no remnants to lofcs on. Jiy siuck mis
Spriii has been manufactured entirely
different from any previous one. I have
devoted my whole time and attention to it,
as my brother (jnariex m. luumn, aiieow
to the St. Louis establishment. My styles
and patterns have all' been selected with
great care, and all are rich and beautiful.
All I ak is Ihe' pleasure of a call, when I
am confident that you cannot fail being
pleased with my
Styles, Patterns and Prices.
Merchants who are in the habit of tra
ding East, a.nfl those bound for California,
will find, by looking through my stock,
that they can buy cheaper than can be
bought in the Eastern markets, and save
thereby expenses of going, coming, trans
noi tation'. i.e.
Mv slock this season Is. afi3 will be tre
mendously large; and I am determined to
dot e it oft with the season.
All bills warranted to be packed correct.
ly sizes and goods guaranteed to be per
fect. M" 1 have but ONE STORE in the
City; 'Tis No. 118 Main Sret, St. Lou
is, Mo. M"A larga No. 118 on top the
House. All orders packed of tht lowest
Cash prices.' , ' .'.'
.feb24' ' ' JNO. Tr MARTI!'
St. Jtdonis, CluKgctc V
BRlWSmCK, Mo. River Packet line.
TUESDAY PACKET, Roicena,
.YtA. C. JtwtT Commander,
. 1 eaves St. Louis for Brims-
IrV li wick, every Tuesday' at 6
wfck for St. Louis every Friday, at 6 o'
clock, K. M.
This elegant passenger steamer having
been entirely refittfiT, .repafllted and re
paired, will resume her regular packet
trips in the above trade, on tho opening
of navigation, and continue throughout
The KOWCXA will leave St. Louis on
her upward trip every Tuesday at 6 o'
clock, p. m., and arrive at Brunswick on
Thursday evening. Returning, she will
leave Brunswick every Friday at6 o'clock
a. in., ill be at Kcytesville Landing at 8
a. m., Cambridge at 9 o'clock, and leave
GJat.oiV at 11 o'clock, a. m.j will be at
Blnffport, Bouldwin's Landing, Arrow
Rock, Doonville and Rocheport, on same
day ; at Mt, ernon, r rovuleuve, Nash
ville, Martin's Landing, Marion, Clays
villc, Jefferson City, mouth of Osage,
Cote Snns dessein, Sliepley's, Smith's and
Young's Landings, Portland, Hermann,
Loutro Island, Pirickliey, Washingtnrl,
South Point arid Point Labnrdie, on Sat
urday; will bi nt St. Charles early Sun
day morniinr, and arrive in St Louis same
so liberally patronized Inrti, and assures
!,!,,., l,l .v... cMrtinn n.VlKo ,Mi,t .,f
tlic travelling and suipiung public
Agents A. McMcthan xCo., Bruniw'k.
r . t ' . . mi I
l.. Appicgaie, ix.eyie.ivwe
J. D. Pcrru or I
Saca,je&l'o. G """
J. A. J. Addition, Arrow Rock.
, J. T. Johnson. Boonville.
Philip Crotc, Rochepprt.
Col. II. II. Bahcr, Jeff. Cx)y.
P. C. Arnold, Portland.
CHEAP BOOK STORE.
I!. VAN MEN
(Lateof the firm of Jfajis, CornishSiCo.)
UAS associated with hin'iself in busi
ness J. W. McDONALL). of St. Lou
is, under the titlc'of
VAH DIEN & M'fONAi.I,
Vnr tht tuiMinhintr fitiiTfeufVulviiifr tho Wx.
J. V. McDokald will attend to the es
tablishment in St. Louis, and by n strict
attention to business, he feels confident o,
We have now on hand a comple assort
ment of SCHOOL, MISCELLANEOUS
& MEDICAL HOOKS, WRITING AND
WRAPPING PA PER, in large quantities,
all of which'will be sold at the lowest N.
York prices. Prices freely given to those
who wish to look further before purchas
ing. From the advantages we have in ol
tainingbooks, we are confident that Coun
try Merchants will find it much lo their iu
teiests to obtain their supplies of us, in
prcfcreiieo to obtaining them in the East
ern Cities.' t3"R. YanDien will uttend to
any and all orders eddressed .to him in N
Yurie, on behalf of this House.
van dien st Mcdonald,
Successors to Nnfis, Cornish & Co.,
2UG Main St., between the Virginia
and Missouri Hotels.
N. B.-rWe aro pgents for the Clinton
Paper M'"i Ohio, and arc prepared to fur
nish Printing and Wrapping .-"Viper at
mill prices Also Printing Ink. Icbl7
VOTICE is hereby given to all creditors
l and others interested in the estate of
Charles Barton, dec'd .lliat the umlertign
ed will make application the next term of
the County Court ot Uenton county, to be
held or the fourth Monday in April next,
lor a final settlement ot nis auimmstra
tied of safd estate:
RICH'D. S. CATES, odm'r.
VTOTICEIs hereby' given that the un
.l! del-signed has obtained Letters sor art-1
ministration on the estate' of William
Taylor,' dee'd., from the Clerk of the Hen
ry County court, bearing date the 3d day
of February, 18491
All persons having' claims aairlstsft!d
estate! are required to exhibit the same for
allowance to the undersignea wiiinn one
year from the dale of said letters, or they,
may bo precluded from having any benefit
of said estate, and if such claims arc not
presented'witliln three years, they will be
forever baVrcd. ,
, GEO. A! EAST, AdmV
l LV persons" interested in the cMai'es of
.( iiezckiah rurgason ana tmsannan
Purcason.dec'd.,late of Dade County, are
hereby notified that the undersigned will
apply at the next term 'of 'the Probate
Court for said cnuntv. to be" held on the
first Monday In March nexf ? for ft final set
tlement of my administration: of said es
tate.. GARRETT PIUIPOTT,
flLANKS of every description kept con'
Jt sunny on ooa ai uus sum , ,
Valuable rroperly for Sale.
-air.gjV fPlItf subscribers offer for -ffitA
?T?lil!Vtiiated' Bear Creek, la,:
4Vl-4iCct,r 'ontjr, abouta mils -Irom
the town of Fremont. Tha tract
contains t0 acres, a good portion of wbicta '
is in cultivation. There it now In success
ful operation upon it, a valuable FLOUR-
ING A SAW MILL. There It already
erected a comfortable Frame, Dwelling
House$ together with' tho necsJsry out
buildinirsi It is one of the most desirabla.
tracts of Land in Missouri, situated Ja
flourishing and interesting eouuty, ao4 '
possesses water privileges of (treat value,
ami Is in the immediate vicinity of tnYtos
txhaostable supply of Iron .Ore. -Tat any
person wishing to en tiigo fn agricultural '
pursuits, or in (he manufacture of Flour
or Imn, this property offers no small In .
dueements. Liberal terms woiild be tfir
cu to a purchaser if flpplieatiorf be made .
soon. Apply to James M. Blairer on tho
premises, or to Felix llunton, in Warsaw.
JAS. M. 11 LA (5 ,
An ordinance' making an'npprrstioafi
removing nuisances, &.c. .'
Be it ordained by the MavSV and Covh-'
ciltnen of the City of Wartyo, at follows:
Section 1. That there 'Ijc, and the sum of
Twenty-five Dollars is hereby appropria
ted for the purpose of defraying the e-'
pense of cleansirtg (lie streets, alleys, .
public grounds and public' landing within
the city of Warsaw, of all offal and alt
other filth of every description; ealeula
(ed to produce aiiy injurioiur' effect upoa
the health of the iity.
$ 2. And that the .Mayor of tho City bo
and he is hereby authorised to appoint
mroc conipeieni persons, whose duty it
shall be to employ persons! a.-id with the
money appropriated Cy this ordinance and
such other means r may be coi'iiributed
by the citizens of tht city of Warsaw, U
cause to be removed from te streets, al
leys, public grounds a1' juibiic 1 jading,
all ollal and all other likh of every le
.scription, as soon as the Name caa Oe done,
and also to pncure lit-sh lime,' and causa -y
the same lo be distributed in 'such parts of
the city os'iuay be deemed necessary mora
effectually to guard against disease. ljr -
3. This ordinance' shall take tlfctf
and be in force from snd a fter Its ptSsaft.
Passed February ih, 1849. !
E. CAM.i;ilON, Pret't.
Approved, Feb. fih. IS4f. '
A. R1TCHEY, Jor.
An tJr:'inance for the ptfsrrvation of tho'
health of the City. '- '
HE it ordained by tMSiayor ttniCovn'
cilmen of the City of H'araw,
See. 1 . Thai' if any person or persons, '
or co-partnership.' nf'ier the passage and
taking effect of lliis ordinance, shall, with
in the limits of the City of. Wars w.
throw inloany street, alley, cr any public
grounds or public landing, or on nie or'
their own premises, within said city, any"
offal from slaughter liiise4. 'or any other'
nuisance, and . snfTer ihe same to remarnf
ill any such slieef, alley, public ground or"''
pi, hi io landing, for mure than one dy,f
ter being duly notified snd required by tlit) -V
City C'unstalile or any other cilisen cither
writien or ornl; lo remo r the same, shall',
on conviction thereof, helore the Afij'br ef
said city, pay a f:n of five dollar'. '
2. It. shall be Ihe duly of the citizens'
ol the City of Warsaw, iiwii irluslly, to'
have afl the ruhbMi. trash, and all other
article's of u decajinjr naiiire, such as
would create any stench or offensive smell'
whatsoever, removed from off their prem
ises, and have or cause the same lo lm ta
ken outside (he city limits, and in default
thereof, after being duly notified by tho'
City Constable or any other citizen, either'
by written or verbal notice, shall, on con
victim thereof before the Mayor of said
ci'.y, be suhject lo a line of three dollars
for every 24 hours dial the same ahull re'
main on nr sbnul their premises.
( 3. Thii ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from the Hate of itst passage.
Passed February !th. IS If).
K. CAMERON, 'Pret't.
Approved, Feb. D, S-ft).
A. RITCI1EY, Mayer.
T. H. LsHKI.'. EllMOM, RaCOWj
rrime 11 i miriv s, fn ?
i iiu.i. u. Lilian um v,
Co nt miss ion A' FortcafdiMg
' . AND WHOLESALE '
Io. l.cvcc, ,
ST. LOUIS. ' .;
Also Agents for' the salirof D
RISING SUN IIOTELj1
A IvtC ENERAL " " '
STAGE ggjgy OFFICE,
Corner of JVaMngion and1 Won Stnt!$,'
. .. WARSAW, MOy v
TAKES great pleasure in artniouneing to '
the community in general, and the tra- '
veiling public iiv particular, that he hat ta
k en the above eoitimodiout Well knosra '
public house, arid is prepared to entertaisr '
thdse who may gfve him ft call, la a man
ner unsurpassed In Ihe Statey awl bopca '
by dueattenliou lfli the comfort of bis iat-
rohs, to merit and receive a llberaj Uarf "
0 the travelling custom,- .1 ,f
His stable Is convenient and eommadU
ous, and always well filled with prure-"
der, and attended by a faithful ostlsr. '
, Warsaw, Jan. tt,Si0. "" .--'J