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-it ,:, ' '1 -V ' It lli h J '1. i i IIioukIiI on lloutcii. No sickness there, So yenry wasting of the framr away, So fearful shrinking I'rom the midnight air, So dread of summer' hot and fervid ray. No hidden erief, - No wild and cheeiless vision of despair, X) vain petition for a sw ift relief. So tearless eyes, no broken heart arc thorc. Care has no home In all die realms of cease'ess prayer and song! Its billows break away and melt in foam Far from the mansions of the spirit throng; 'J he storm's b'ack wing Is never spread athwart celestial skies! lis wai ins blend not with the voice of sprin-r. As some too tender flower fades and dies! llanzr'K Sale. 1 WILL proceed to sel at public vendue, to the hijhrM bidder fnreash, befoie the I'onii-lli.use door, in the Town of Kusci- usko, ung terms, viz. north-west quarter on Monday, the 1st !n of June ncjt, i. .i i - i -i mc ii'iiiMviii'' oesejioeil strnv nnmiiriv . One dark bay horse l iken up bv Stephen i '"""'''-wt quarter Flower-. Said horse is about 13 hands "',,t,, hi,.,t' nijrh, supposed to be live years old, has a black mane and tail, a sm'a I while star in the forehead, branded mi the riht slrmlder with the letters E K, appraised at $87 50. One chesnut sorrel horse, taken up by Doctor II. Ihishs. Said home U s hout i ittiml ihr Sale 'PMK follon in;: described tract' or par eels of Land lying in Altau county, the title to which is good and wih be war ranted, ure tillered for sale on uccomiiioda- r.i.Yi i on s.i La, rpiiE follow ini described tracts r par I lels of land, lyitiij in the county nf At- So scorching So flight distils lis chilling dews upon the tender frames So moon is needed there! The light which fills That land of glory from its Maker came! No parted friends O'er mournful recollections have to weep! So bed of death rnduring love attends To watch the coming of a pulseless sleep. No b'asted flow er Or withered bud celestial gardens know! . blast or fierce descending i shower I Scatters destruction like a ruthless foe! No battle word J Startles he sacred host with fear and dread! ! The song of peace Creation's morning j heard j Is sung wherever angel minstrels tread! j Let us depart If scenes lise this await the weary soul! Look up thou stricKen one! Thy wounded heart Shall bleed no more at sorrow's stern control With faith our guide, or 13 years old. about 13J hands high, has inree white Jeet, and is blind in a manner in one eye, no marks or brands perceiva ble : appraised at f 35 00. One red and white speckled steer, taken up by Isaac McW'horter. Said steer is about four years old, of ordinary size, has a brown head, marked with crop and two splits in, the left ear, and under-bit in the right, no brands perceivabe, appraised at seven dollars. Five head of cattle taken up by II. F. Coxe, v iz: 1 One brindle cow about three year old, 1 with a calf, marked with a smooth crop oil the right ear, and a swallow fi.rk in the left, branded on the right hip with figure 7 ; ap praised at seven dollars. One white cow about three years o.d, with a calf, has a bob-tail, some black about her shoulders and ears, marked with a crop and split in : eacn ear ; appraised at sev n dollar. One red and white pided yearling, two years old i this spring, no marks or brands perceiva j bie ; appraised at four dollars. 1 hire goats taken up by John Tyler.viz. j One is about five years oid, blue and w hite ! spotted, marked with a crop oil the left ear, and niche in the right. One is of a blue J color about one year old, unmarked. And j the other is of blue color, about six weeks old, unmarked.' All appraised at three I dollars. j Five head of cattle taken up bv Jefferson Jenkins, viz : One black and w hite pided I steer, four years old, marked with a cron and half-crop off the right ear, and half-crop H II 2(J 31 31 33 T 14 14 It 15 15 15 tala.me otl'ered'loi sale. on actomniodaiing terms. I itles good. For particular), en. quire of the subscriber, who ia authorized east half of south-east qr north-west quarter south-west quarter For particulars enquire of Isaac Win ston, Co umbus or (i. H". JIAliLOW, Kosciusko, April 83, 18SB 10 to sell. i norin-w est qr. ol n. w (l ! I lli.n'iLt niinrt.. - wM IJUdl Ivl south-west quarter north-cast quarter north-west quarter qr. r. 13 13 10 10 10 south half & north-east qr. 23 10 (J. W. IIAKLOW, Affent. Kosciusko, January, 18'lfl ltf 8. 28 31 15 21 5 TVPE FOUND iiv tscriber hv? Wf toundary in the Citfr v a n'w t. li-V are ready m R f,uf New VPe ., for any Vni of K 'V h"e Column Ue r !?' huu Chases, ad every StieS0 I'nntingollice. The T?Pe ? Tor J m new moulds r, I' Hh'ch nr.. " 0 ' of materials, wi i d epZlT? Z ranted to be i.nSurnn!LC0,Ur"eft. to : - v -i i . . ' i White-robed and innocent to lead the r ine 011 5ar ni,..nrands perceivable ; ap Why fear to nlunze in Jordan's rnlli,,. . Tia ea .at "ve Uollars ''V cents. One n.v.tviiu, uuiiui ri"iil years o k . v nli ! under her belly, and the points of her horns I sawftt on, marked with a crop off the left , ear ami inree on the left ! at five dollar j marked same as cow, no brands perceiva Die, appraised at one dollar and fifty cents. One dark red heifer, about three years old, with some white under her belly, marked same as cow, appraised at three dollars and fifty cents. And one red speckled cow four years old, with a calf, marked with crop, i ana unuer-oji in ine ic t ear, and split : in the right, branded on the hip with O, ap ; praised at five dollars. 't One white and red speckled steer taken up oy Aims loung. Said steer is marked CI W. IIAKLOW oilers his services " non-resident, Land holders, as agent for the sale of Lands lying in the county of Attala , or for the payment of taxes on the same. 1 Kosciusko, April 16, 184G 15 Taken f fS the 1 5th February, instant, by John ('raft, (living about seven miles north from Kosciusko.) a dark brown Mule, about thirteen hands high, over twelve years old, no marks or brands perceivable. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges and take him away, or he will he dealt with according to taw. LEMUEL 1JOWEHS, Hanger February 23, 1816 9 Storage! Stos-asre! nnilE subscriber respectful y informs the ! J- Merchants and Planters uf Mississippi ', that he has built a lanre and r.ommodiuns ; 'a . . . i ...... 1 I . I I i . I .i f Hill I lloai,and is prepared to receive j oi.iuiimh.-ii uici, oeyonu me point ol con and forward all Kinds of merchandise en-! "'at,icil0,, ,nat we are a great people trusted to his care. j live in this great country State The public must be aware that it often ! county and that we expect great works to happens for boats to arrive at night and le a''c"op ished si me time or other, by someoouy or otliei, or somebody else, and that Kosciusko woud be a great place if these great improvements were but juf comp eted, thereby bringing it, as it were, For publishing in the town of Kotcimko, At- tula county, Mi., a weekly ntu-yapcr, to be entitltd the KOSUKSKO lIUIOiMfLE. The United States of Amen'ca is a great country the State of Mississippi a great State the county of Attala a great countv I and the Town of Kosciusko, no doubt, would be a neat Town, was it not for the simple (acts that thu seat of government has not yet been removed to said town that llig Black has not yet been cleared v ut, so that steam-boats can navigate it up to a point opposite said jow ihat the Jack son Railroad has not yet been extended on, through Canton, to said town and more particularly, that at this time there is no newspaper published in said town, wiroiign wntcn tnese projects can be laid before 'his great people. JXow. it is n u-pII i'ypefurntshedbyu,..!''' All,, t IViuiing PreseS ffr team engines of the Bo .5 o tern K. B A Machinist aPproved Pat- e;,dance,orepair Preiift ' ters. ers eni r ...i. rrrin. Oj" Editors or nevvspanepi i tlnee times as much TyS a ''?hWi11 by amount to, may give the above Jl " li'ls nikerlion in their papers S "lonihs vur ! OVERBAD, 68 Ann-street I Cm ollowing described f,'..: eels of land are .).." or Par- ceisoi land are uttered f, Saf' rales touit the purchaser r .i a,e' at leased for at erii of t ! ' "I : be seveu-isuit the Icwe. WCMdinir IN ATTAIA COtSTT. nuu-UIVlSlOll discharge freight, principal y when bound up, and goods are in many instances dam aged by being left in the rain or mud for hours before merchants can get drays to take them away. Tnis ditliculty is entirely removed with the subscriber, who receives the goods on his Boat from the Steamboats and keeps them there until called lor by wi hin a stone's thrw of the East Indies. Australia, China, Siberia, Greenland, Kam schaika and the North Pole. fherefore, be it known to-all men, wo' And find the ocean of eternal day! n u t it . She stood breast-high amid the corn, Clasp'd by the golJon light of morn, Lise the sweet-heart of the sun, Who many a glowing Kiss iiad won. On her cheeK an autumn flush. Deep y ripeu'd; such a blush In the midst of brown was born, Like red poppies grown with corn. Konnd her eyes her tresses fell, Which were blae.KC.st none could tell; Put iong lashes veil'd a light That had else been all too bright. And her hat with shady brim. Made her tressy forehead dim; Thus she stood amid the stooKs Praising Gud with sweetest Iooks. Sure, I said, heav'n did not mean, Where I reap thou shouldst but g.ean ; Lay thy sheaf adown and come, Share my harvest and iny home. Hoou. the owner. Persons visiting the city are ' ,nel1' c'",t'rt'n 11,1(1 grasshoppers, that the invited to call and judge for themselves. ! ul'f-c ri ber, in order to facilitate these great Charges lur receiving and forwarding, 1 UIHIt 1 Il',nos' a,ul prevent their being nip ; j'cu hi me ouu, aim more particularly to turn an honest penny fur himselt, proposes to commence the pub ication of a little newspaper in said town, on Saturday, the third day of January, Anno Domini one thousand eisrl.f hundred :ni furiy six, to be styled the Koschsku Ciiuo- narked with a crop off the left I , "ar"Cii u'r receiving and lorwarding, ?e splits in the right, branded I ! CC'V!' P'r. P"ae only, without any hip' will, a figure I 'apS CXU chare t,r "''T; t IT "'I ! Yazoo City. March iu' ufiw .7 yniv piiospectus OF THE IS I : V VOLUME OF The Hew Voir JElrror. O.NLV Ttro ttolfars a Vtfirf!.' To mkkt the si'iurr of tub ac;e,& In place U . I t , . 1111- MccF., and to continue to publish said na per weekly, until these great objects shall be accomplished, should the Lord be pleas ed lo spare Ins liie so long, and he be wil ling to continue in the business that long; and if not him, then to have it done by somebody e se after him. The subscriber iicinjfa strong believer in the doctrines I I'l'K Iv jlMTnr in .1 . i i r. I r I'll (til II Utll lllOLIIIir i , . with a crop and an under hair.,.-,,., ..ft-,..- with its numerous riva s. the terms nr, ro. ' ouiui jaieu 03 ine immaculate Harry ol ' , .-. .. . . 1 iiii..ni 1- Ti i .. ... me nest and t it Imdnk-r 1 ii,u ! right ear and a split in the lelt, no brands ' ,d.uci'd ,r,, 'J'hrce Dollars a year, to Two ;f . , , u.Ni.icu ul iiiiiifcri uoi ars. LEMUEL BOWERS, Ranger. April 1C, IS4G , 15ts Appearances. - 1 i(lMiJiistivttoi,sVoric( T ETTERS of Administration havinir ! been granted to the undersigned, at 'he March Term, a. n. 1810, of the Probate Court of Attala County, Mi., on the Estate A,,.,- deceptiw! One would think that U,o i coun7;i1S;reaan' e,1 ,a,e uf Said i genileman who had just passed by, was ; Alf persons indebied to said v.,, nr uie pink ol sroodness so. nnliip .ir,l reouesied m mu im,n,i; , vmg as 0 - nun 1 v. luiiuuMiiic wav iiifiii, ami i,,.. .1 ., I,.- ami 111??. Far irnm tbia l.n ;D U.i 1 those holding phiim ;.,o ,i. . ; Kecoid of Ihe lime. , u 1 , , .... - - . in , 1, ; . . 1 nereov no 1 lie m irpsum ihm ,ii y -- J-...,.v uiviii, mil) ail H- 11111,1)1 Thecharac-!er.i il.w ,, ;n-i... ; , 1 t'LM n "i'K''t surmised by the know- in every respect w- th i !''K")es that .he paper wil be whigaishlv 1u1.1un.-11, uiu uu tins as 11 may, ne i 1 nui lict it. 1 1 1 lit luirw nr inniiii will be commenced with .Nuinber One of iT , t u" the new volume on the Uth of April. The Ku!iClu"0' 18-15 paper and type will be snnerior m nn..in., to any before used for this paper ' I'U.'ULATION AND TAA'ES. i he Elegant Quarto Form of tl 1RIGINAL ESSAYS, CRITICISMS, POETRY, &C. ! u,,c, ",eil; b,,t bu lh's ! AIm, a copious Correspondence, domestic 1 etnd' and foreign. A new .Novel of Great merit ' , J W heated scoundrel, if we may judge from his actions. When a poor man is in his power, he oppresses him ; he wrenches the last farthing from the hand of the widow, and drives the orphan, cold and destitute, from his door. And jet, what hypocrisy I ho pretends morning and evening to offer prayers lo the God of her.veu. Astonishing niockerv ' TCn law, or Administrator of Kalph Blackmail. dpr.M. March 7, 1846 l():6w ifliiihiistrtjlorfi Xoficc7 T ETTEUS of Administration bavin" been granted to the undersigned, at the March term, a. i. 1S1G. of the Pml.m. the M i rrnr -.-iii- . ... . . . wiiioinuup in iwo Handsome Volumes at the end of the year, well worth nreser- a laiiniui aim snirirn l.nencv ! " NTir.s. It will be forwarded A(,;UI1S in strong wrappers, I Attala ar Carroll Chickasaw I Choctaw l'OI'UUTlON Write Populution and Mule 'Paxes cuch county of die State, in 1815. tJxes. sotith-uist quarter south-east quarter west half ol south-east qr n est half of iiorili-vtst qr south-east quarter north west quarter west half west half of south-east qr west nan 01 nurili-easi qr west half of nonli-west qr weal half ol north-west qr east half of iionii-tast qr souih-iast quarl.T south half east half of south-east qr south-west quarter west half of south-east qr south half east half of north-east qr north hail south-east quarter east half of South-vcst qr west half west half of north-east qr west h ilf of south-ea.il qr north-east quarter north half foulh-west quarter north-east quarter wrt4nilf ol'south-enst qr east half of .south east qr j east hall ol north-east qr j nortJi-west quarter west half ol north-east qr 1 west half of south-west qr south-east qmirter west half VOl- 3 840 north-east quarter ited. within the time prescribed by V T0' V.?rt ot t.he Lni,ei1 Stale I u'r"6 they will be forever barred I c.?"ada' 1 wluS Jr "iihin thirty miles i Hl,va JOHX H. C11ESMJTT "I -New j oi k. ' ( Carrol 'IT. It MS One copy one year in advance, J,2 00 Oi.e copy two years, y ot Two copies one year, :j 00 rour c Ten 00 10 CO one is more devout in tlic conference p" VV,a'a fnuu"tv' M''ippi, on the J postpaid, to II. IlLLEU, comer Ann and room, or offers more fee!inr nravers i Lsla,e,0, : .a'i'rough, Sen., de- -assau streets, Sew VorK. 1 i ne bible is at h a tonoue's end Whn ! am I . "eieiorc, i. 1 rice 01 the Mally C venisi would think , mL Zfli. J'?, Per:ons l,uicl,lcd u E'a'e are Mirror, g6 per annum in advance. Une ..nM I .IZ: : '"V::?. W f , ' ,nai;e payment, and Mliug a week when served by carriers. ..v-u.v Ul. lutiue anu a vi am: nioc noiuaig c aims airainst 1 ip K!m,. .,r nr lb. hereby pnakspeate Jiaaa rood understanding of hutrun nature. Here is a quotation so apt, thai we must recite it: . 'The devil can cite scripture for his purpose; ' An evil soul, producing holy witness, 1 ' j " iii'e a vinaiii witti a smiling cheek; A good y apple, rotten at the heart ; Oh, what a goodly outside fasehood hath !' Questions in surgery,- when the patient is iich and the surgeon is poor. When does wortiiication en. sue? When you "pop the question," and are answered "no." notilied to present them, dniv :.n. uieiuicateci, within the time prescribed by law, or they will be forever barred. L W. SCAIUiOKOlXiH, J. K, SCARDUKOI CH, Admiiiisirators, Ac. March 7, 1840 io:6w ''Mm in isti rfor s iXotirc, j I " 1 1 i'lio of Artministraiion bavin" -Do wound, Zf.h.eCtt e!'""Led ,h.c "'-MRned, n. tl,; often heal y the "tirst intention?" No ! , "'L (,f ... - . ' ' - - ill IIIIU.V VV. Davis, deceased, late of said county : therefore, All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make payment; and those holding claims against the same, arp her. Lr? i. .he 8t,ai!w Ota which oecreases as the day advances j they will be forever barred. i rienuship is the shadow of the evening ; Copiah 1 Clark I Covingtou Coahoma t'laiborue Desoto Franklin Creen Hinds Holmes Hancock j Harrison -! Itawamba Issaquena Jasper Jackson rpiIE undersigned having purchased the Kemper J- entire property on the liip Black river, ' I'-mderdale well known as lonnVs I'ciTy, takes ! Lawrence this method of informing the public that i l-al"ayette his best endeavors will be always used to ! Lowndes ensure the safe passage of the Kiver at all ! Leake times duriii'' hirh water; :md h,- uit,, ! Madison 1 . . . J I ' 1 , ,, iiursiian s. ly and WcckIv exebnni'ps will oblige us by noticing the above announce ment, and sending a marred paper to this ollice. New York, March 12, 1S10. which strengthens with the setting sun of life.' 'Whatshadows we aret and what shadows we pursue!' "Small thanks to you," said a plain tiff to one of his witnesses, "for what you said in this cause." "Ah, sir," said the conscientious witness, "but just thi.Ji of what I didn't say." If after death men could know what wad said on earlh, they would bu sis tonishtd to Jaarn how much iheywt.c rtspetled and esteemed. Sinners should not enter a printing of fice, or they might see the devil. 1 . , . JOHN DAVIS. Administrator of Amos W.Davis, deceased February 7, 1846 6-6 w MILLINERY. Mrs. Insk ( !, of Canton, Mississippi, informs the Ladies of Kosciusko and V'Cinuy, that she will clean and repair liraid and Straw Uonncts, in a superior manner. .She keeps always on hand, a large assortment of Trimmings, Fancy and Mourning Bonnets, fcc. Panama Hats cleaned and pressed. Orders lelt at the Store of Mr. Mosby in Iiosciusko, will be sent to her. winon, April Hth, IS4G 15:3w. .1 ' . '" lu,ai1 " ?"'d order he hopes to merit the same patronage as-the former owner John Kindly. Pates of Ferriazc, Loaded wagon, with 4 pair of horses im iiiuirs, or 'i yoke ut oxen, 1 Loaded wagon, with 3 pair of horses or mules, or ;i yoke of oxen, IVagon without load, with 3 or 4 pair of horses, or 3 or 4 yoke ol oxen, Hariri with 1 yoke of oxen, or 1 pair ol horses or mules, Four wheel carriage, with I hors-, I'wo wheel catriagc, with 2 horses, Two wheel carriage, with 1 horse, Man and Horse, Lead Horse, Foot Man, Cattle, each, 00 75c 50c 50c 37$ 37$ Sheep and other small stock, each, Jan'y 17, 1840 3 (!t JOHN 12 a Gi 4c 2c FOY. Justices' EShuita, Mtctuta.itf.i, fev info at tftu Cfficc v Tf nit mm Sprin s,rA", rpilE UKDEKSK.WCD is n;. pr,.pnrej -1 to nccommodaie boarders and visitors to the above celebrated Springs, on reason able terms. A. E. LOl'UIIRJDUE. Feb. 81, 1310 8;Cm Monroe Marion Noxubee' Neshoba Newton Oktibbeha Polio I a Pike Pontotoc Perry Kan kin Scott 0 414 25 2 720 40 10 835 0!) 5 767 48 3 774 35 0 539 60 1 C87 1 1 1 080 24 1 497 44 10 908 47 11 114 31 3 785 71 588 79 22 191 U7 9 435 03 1 736 50 815 fit 3 110 05 0 030 59 2 0l,9 '48 859 11 269 3 10 781 92 4 399 29 2 063 27 2 798 08 0 319 53 16.210 33 1 743 22 20 255 33 15 583 31 10 137 32 2 132 80 12 265 83 1 54 1 29 2 087 28 6 416 79 8 741 61 3 205 10 5 020 90 670 57 4 732 50 1 732 45 north-west quaiur west half of south-west qr 5 43J I south-east quarter 3 801 west half east half of north east qr Sunflower (IS44-5) 5 092 97 Simpson Smith Tippah Tisheminjo Tallahatchie Tunica ashinglou , Warren Wayne Wilkinson Winston Vnzoo Yalobusha 1 400 11 1 075 86 7 251 28 3 622 13 . 3 748 14 6 543 67 12 063 00 27 331 03 1 180 89 13 584 23 4 055 92 17 245 77 8 282 68 387 7 f.50 0 423 0 052 5 ?03 2 987 2 015 1 109 3 043 7 303 2 188 1 322 7 910 5 551 1 737 1 449 U 401 378 3 131 1 570 1 405 2 273 5715 5 242 3 641 6 061 7 327 2 640 4 400 10212 0 591 2 195 5 369 a 167 2 694 3 568 4 058 3 795 6 823 1 508 3 021 1 958 330 2 839 2 590 11 669 9 983 1 819 191 474 6 242 1 322 3 503 4 311 4 700 7 C23 87 28 Vi 3 4 y in 19 ' M G 1 15 1 4 4 5 7 8 8 8 U 0 y 11 i l 17 17 lii 19 20 20 'id 2 13 13 13 12 35 36 31 T 13 13 13 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 15 16 14 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 II 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 18 13 13 i 14 14 15 15 15 15 16 li 5 5 5 5 5 ti U 6 b ir 0 9 9 9 U 9 9 9 9 9 J li a 6 6 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 0 9 9 Total 1113 777 95 211 C88 IN LEAKE COCKTT wesl half of north-west qr souih-west quarter north-west quarter wist half of south-west qr oaslhnlf east half of south-west qr ' ' north-east quarter west half of south-east qr east half of south-west qr south-west quarter north-east quarter east half of north-west qr west half of north west qr norlh-vvest quarter 1101th hall south-east quarter west half of south-east qr east half of south-west qr north-west qr of north-w est qr 'I east half of south-east qr 12 easi half of north-east ur 15 south east quarter south west quarter easi half of south-eat qr south-east quart r east half of south-west qr west .half west half of south-west qr north-east quarter east half of south-east qr south-east quarter east half of north-west qr east half of south-west qr norih-east qr of s w qr north-east qr of n w qr west half east half of south-east qr. , west half of poulh-west qr north-east quarter li-Tin half smith-east quarter The above lands were purchased by me at Ta Ha e. The time for redemption has run out. and I will give good bargains 10 those who want to purchase, making suj l titles as aro vested in me iy'"7nw Tax Saes. O. W. haivuv..- 10 17 17 18 '18 21 23 23 27 28 28 31 4 5 22 27 27 31 32 10 25 25 12 17 18 18 31 31 31 31 31 31 '20 21 32 33 33 0 9 9 0 9 0 9 9 9 9 9 9 10 Ml 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 11 11 12 12 12 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 II 1 V ft b 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 & G 6 6 6 6 a 6 7 7 T 7 7 7 7 7 & 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 9 0 9 9 9 Kosciusko January, 1840 A'