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III u( Meobell ... II. - ,1 (MJ I'M itv !. I ll I, .1 , I 0l if u i. .Ill I I iltTII I H, r hii I .tiitf f w 1 1. d ii,. m r i I. Hi It A 4101 Ili4l I I'll 1 4 t.J .t ntlril ni-l iitcrfiri', nii'l inrmfinip ami i h if the I hr iK-i iMion. Tint i rmwwiltei of Mmbiu nf), iiM , i, ii point! .1 la i r i ln fwrt the whitf piiriv thriintfh- , l St ii", 10 If I'M MM hit I i Hi. J . h tli. v mnv '' MN W I i it rotnnnttte of m riim."'- liM r-n from tank t.inr from Holly Slirmjj, bp - , ii,::l,c uitiil'l irifini'i'- I ii rnmodaliofl of all person ! i fhai committee oi reception , mid lift l pointed to Mil OH the fhsl a COffWlilltf of six In np- popei rib tin 1 1 .o construction oi we I, r( fia shall lo awara n io tin iaoantief. K ii hi ok .m'. n . i r MrPopklp. H.Htratton ..I. B.Mar Bond, . Ragan, G. Taylor, A. I j: p Su nn. I , i, Kaytorn, t . ( w mte. mile -A. J. Garrison, 13. I). Mat- Uleatanl.Vr. Hill, 15. CI. Law- Msiwell Wilson. J. Caruih. L-John A. Crisn. John Hull. t-15. Marshall, H. W. Keeble. I !.. H. Cole, Wm. Hoskins. u. C. S. Bowen, T. a. I oleman. ia.--A. 1. Artnistead, M. 15. Peter- -M, C. Cheatham, Mr. Clopton. iCosiMin r.r OF i.n vita i ion. .Polk. P. W. Lucus, W. R. IJarley, In. Hen. Anderson, J. lb Martin, Hine. J. X. Phifer. Wm. rinley. I Committee or bbcefpion. iTavlor. Wm. Arthur. C. G. Nelms, , Li. A. Wilson. 11. W. Walter, A I- Fur: rnMMITTTRR. Nd, II. M. Lusher. J. N. Craddock, If J. I!. Dav. Wm the Chairman was added to the h of invitation. In, That the whiff rraoers of the State lied to publish the above proceed- P. W. HULLING, President, pratEY, Secretary. B f -i in I ' ti. r Ii I.. II I ' . ' . of ipit ( rum nl tit lo . h.tu ! I , ami Ihl " Warm, rWhllltfi fk Ii," New V ork, .fiii etei itii. ioMi i. nii.1"'-.) vafMtVai "'t t An I r Nl Hii'ir Wm "'.t KM l.fli'r' ot thf ! !n I urn I h?m r, f .ii .' ,.. .. , , I 4. . IW tlcri in ihi hill, and .,11,. I.lf of III ill ', .,.) mi, m m.l an , .tit m i . i !) iiinl lite ordinal y pfOOMI . . i'. iI hi .hi hi ii, T nvtlf I with a or iloii' of I he deitioofnfiV in I ilt mofo, ill M ihr I'li'i lioii ot II ii') ( lav, by n luri r major. Iff UlMl i ' r HtJ ii' i-m I by Jnrk ini m Harriofi. With Polk wnI Tywr In tht flold to'liMilf lh ihiiH-iTiicv, Mr ho. f rl tiny rol Ifil into one peraoni Mould hartlly make a mailt Mr. ' lav miMl gel thf Viali w New Vorli with perfoct eaae. The tame nlate of dtmo mit.': dleorgania!lon a III lead lo I he tame rr' ult in othfi Staifi. 'J ' 1 1 1 prtaidential elec lion mnv bf vi!id to bf derided a loon ai ll nnem The dentooracy will be icattered to the four Mlnda ofheaean imong Ibtlr evtral candid a tee, and Cliy Will have only to UitU OVtT tir t i-vrse. Mamlv Avowal. The Southern Quarterly Ifavicw. itiibliahfd in Chariest m. and a lead- ing light of the South Carolina school ol poli tic, nai the following juttt rtmarki upon ihe bargain, intrigue and corruption calumny: "It is very seldom that we are furnished with a finer vindication of one's self th in can be found in the address of Mr. Clay to hit con ctiuivnt, in r iply to ill femout charge ol bri bery and corruption made against him in the presidential contest of 1829. We well temem her the time when, in llie heat and contest ol the bottle, it seemed to us that the charge was triumphantly sustained! and that Mr. Clay in the eve of posterity, would be forever dis graced, 15m time and a mote even lempei have produced here, all then suits that his bestfrends could desire, and, fresh from the ,,.,1 r thin rlefence. we are ready to give him, if he now requires it, the verdict of ac- quita I I , .i r llitiii - a ' v !"" . inn lull nn friiiy. Vf inffeU. li tniri"il lilin. StrNM niul fOMsl The ' !'"l of Hi" vnl", ilitti v I'rt to vaOMtt. 'I i s 'in-' i f in form, m im ili' ii ewalalii'tMa insit Willi Imi' I'll 'I, nl in Hi'M trntn I hf .f''PIH'' ot" i till it hati'l , An mitf'1! tlifii e Anil ftlinw liol tl as Fur tbc JV I I ' 1 ' . Wlii is most remaikabie, is ihe truth- uuimi. " " - . . .. i i.:.. i, ;.. ci.,..,i.i..! nnnri evei'v line. It it the production of one who seemed to feel that he was not writing for a day, but for those who were to come m the stage. It is an ar gument to be read and admired by those who wou d hear the charge and pronounce the de cision, when the subject of the discussion has laid his h. ad upon his mound of earth, and his spirit passed from its earthly tenement to a purer habitation. LAUGHABLE. u m,i Nm.fh !! well ascrv in this world. C IIIU.1l IMOpO i- The following quiaiica! story was told at a temperance meeting in riaruora oj . hmj, ou the land of Canaan. A ed toper. It opens rich, and as the man nas Hip of land extending along the east- become sober, one may now laugh over ms st of t h f.liirr..,,nnn fmm which ., t. m.1 i t i cs with a doulle relish, lie said: iff Jordan, the utmost width docs not I "1 used to drink, and my Wife used to jaw ifty miles. This river wae tlie eastern I me about it. What do you get. drunk ton v of the land of Canaan or Palestine, Laid she ; what do yon jaw me tor. said I. in iu. ...u-.i. j...- I o . ,..ost and nvide a firm bargain, mai uiuru, Allien tit'iiis n ii.iii,. i ot, - , Philistines or PalmtinM oriirinalh in- ll would not drink and she wou d not scow. - the coast. Th KinnAnmu of David Pnr three lomi days we held on inn no HOB, however, extended far beyond drinking nor scolding; but on the thud even- ......i- '!. ? ..it snine (TOOd lel- 111". OCimi m i:oniji.ni - a lowsjtobk a horn, and when that was down I riaht off wanted another, and in a very short . B j ...if kntii 'l,ftw tare vou, ""i uq rerea. time l louoo hijoth . . :our'ry is beautifully diversified with ; with twenty horns sale and snug m my Dread UU;.... .. . . .... ,.n J...... la.mhtpr.l BV BOd 01 r""" men in us sou ; mowing in Dasaei. ibui.m- Frrow limits. EMime of the Christirn era, Palestine M into four provinces; Judea.Sam- r1", ami I'erca. 1 1 . ......I ui 1 niii i , 1 1 ij, " uawvu -- . mnv Phne ol an almni n,.rnPt,,..,l summer: lit .mi to be lime to go home, but a you moj a lan.1 kukkJ l...-1 K.H ...nnose. I dreaded to meet my wile UK indeed 11 Mthommetan sloth and despotism, ? the tooth ache. (Laughter.) However, vrted ii into a waste of rock and des- j mutt, and so 1 staggered along, hoping to tod P'afew ipotawhich remain to attest Ly wife a-bed. (Laughter.) W hen I reac Ptyofthe accounts formerly given of ed the house 1 ound It still llgh .ted, and through the window 1 saw my wile up and "'"ate is warm-Hai fallsonlv during waiting for me. (Laughter.) Thinks I can I -winter and spring, but the rain? go in Jet, bull must wait till si e goes to fert, so called are from the mid- bed, so there 1 stood hall freeting mthecold 25r to ,he first of December, w hich 1 rain two hours. (1 NmH . former rains, .nd from about .he1 At las. she went to bed, and 1 cwptioiU he 2 February to the last of April,! back door, stumbling over pails and I Cha u , the laer rains. From' the but finally succeeded m getting O bed Wllfr to tkcmuUU ra-J!ZLl. lUtnrbiiui her; (laughter;) but attei Wt l" falls. ' I in,r a h.le 1 awoke and lound m M a 0 J cmr, j-. . ,ni " ' . i v., know brethren srafid distinction rr . I b e h ll atiL-hter.) Vou know hretlnen u's'inction of Canaan, however, las a tish. l""Vp , .i. n;ht ..I'u.r . - uieonty part oftho earth made 'ur mot . . 'itit;,...::"v r alvrit ' P ' beaven. ' "l5 inc I'gure ol the Jerusalem bii. .. be ooen niibt .-nirl dav. lorem, descen'' a"d easy is the way ! that Z an,d view cheerful skies, how we all used to be m me .. . "OW. . rTrnineniloUS UtUffhter.) we'd naa ix F,c v;" :" r ,:1,.. we-d naa a 7; v- p 5, ?!!UJ .no .mtned very softly aftci t e wa 1,1 ," "" v-iii'cnui smes, .i-.iamw a- 1 . " -tPr ihere: auijn ,a k- the mighty labour lies. j ter pail, (laughter,) but no water the.e. ( LORD . M'lM ItHT'S CHARGE TO THE I'VX JURY. A committee of ihe Goldsmiths' Company appointed lo try the coinage, stsembied it the I'riw C oil Chamber, w hen (he Chancellor add re sed them nearly as follows; "Gentlemen Vou are assembled here lo day to try ihe value of coinage and, as the coal merchant is said to have remarked that Coals is coals,' it will be for you to say if money is really money. "Gentlemen, there is no pleasure in life without some alloy, and money which is one of the greatest of earthly delights, has also its alloy; but you will have to take care there is not joo much of it. Formerly, every gold watch weighed so many carats., from which it became usual to call a silver watch a turnip; but this will not, at present, form a branch ol your inquiry. Troy weight, gentlemen, N de rived from "the heavy responsibility ihe Tro jans weie under to their creditors. The Ro mans were in the habit of tossing Up their coins in the presence of the legions, and it a piece of money went higher than the tip ot lb 1 1 If I rouM rrul nn iil' i l-nr. I wohM rtifi,i p lo Teees User, Ami IROM vv h tin 'ft in" "ii li wtiy I have no dnabl i" mm weoM ; iMfii sjm Mas eyes' stieoaefi Siiv wlntli r doM 1I1 "i PWM ' Tliroagh ihese oarM-beabee 1 rSMjefi II11-.1 lli'i'i ii" -''M Ifil Imiiit' ! A gentleman upo 1 t iking up I iW oorsi t board, seiaed the pen and wrote lliu following imprompiui Wliil- tlioiwinil full ly ''InMliinjr swonN, 1 efklhounaiKHi lull byeotaet boards ; Mat giddy fwiMMe ihoofhtlets (nun. For 'itk'1 of fi-iii"n yield to pain, Ami health nml eomfl n seeriieat To lroHe a dandy ooxoonb's syea. "How many knaves arc In this street be sides yourself," asked Pilgarlioof his friend, "Besides myselff' replied the other indignant y ; "do you mean t insull mef" Well, then, said Pilgarllc, "how many do you reckon in cluding yourself f Harry, I rnnnot llijiili. said Dick, What makes my inkles grow so thick. Yen do not recollect, Hid Harry. JIiiw greet u eat they here to carry. Although you are a young man, deem it no disgrace to be called or thought modest. Modesty is a jewel a gem a diamond of the first water. Pity it is so scarce. An old bachelor having been laughed at by the ensign's Hag, it was pronounced to be ievv f pretty -rirls, told them that the) above ihe standard. You, gentlemen, wi not be required to do this. It will be sulii cient if you ring the money on themahogony dining-table that you will find prepared for you. "The early Italians used cattle instead of coin, and a person would sometimes send for change for a thousand pound bullock, when he would receive twenty fiifty pound sheep, or perhaps, if l.e wanted very small change, there would be a few lambs among them. The inconvenience of keeping a dock of sheep at one's hankers, or paying in a short-horned heifer to one's private account, led to the in troduction of bullion. "To return, however, gentlemen, to the duty thai will devolve upon yourselves. You will" be called upon to examine into the un healthy custom of sweating sovereigns; and, with regard to this point, will do well to rec ollect that Charles the First was, perhaps, the earliest sovereign who was sweated to such an extent that his immediate successor, Charles the Second, beame one of the lightest sovereigns ever known in this country. "With these remarks, gentlemen, I leave you to the discharge of your important duties, There are weights and scales in the next room; and while British honesty holds the beam, I am sure British wealth can never sutler; lor it in the boast of our blessed nation, that the merchant may hold his head as high as the noble (aside) if the wasbennomairhas put suf ficient starch in his shirt collar." The learned lord's speech was so much ap plauded when he arrived at the beautiful little figure of the merchant and the noble, that the concluding words, spoken aside, were not au dible. . . The foreman of the Pvx jury, 111 the enthu siasm of the moment, asked the whole ol the Privy Council to a banquet, to be given the same evening in the Hall of the Goldsmiths' Company. The Lord Chancellor, in the name ol the Privy Council, observed, that they were all indisposed, and all their medic! attendant had said, that by all means they must all keep quiet, and therefore could not accept the Py jury's polite invitation. The jury then amused themselves by tossing up, weighing, breathing upon, biting, and otherwise expert meoUUstOg with the coin of the realm, which they declared to be honest and satisfactory. Punch. The low er house of the Massachusetts Legis lature have adopted resolutions advene to the annexion of Texas to the Union. nn ni!tll nntn toes. "We may he tmail potatoes," replied one of the maidens, "but we are surrl ones." Nilta Status a dav. Some gentlemen on board the steamer Diamond, the other day, were conversing about the wonderful power of steam, the great felicities in travelling, dec. One gentleman remarked that a man might leave Xew York in the morning and arrive the same night in Baltimore, thus being in five States in one day. "Only five, is it, yc say!" said an Irishman present, "and its meeself who was in nine states on Monday last." The company were incredulous, and called on Baddy to explain how such a thing could be possible, whfch he did as follows: "Well, ye see, gintlemen, I was married in New York last Monday morning at 6 o'clock, and went with my dear Bridget to Baltimore the same day, and sure before 1 got there, I was after getting drunk as a baste, so ye per save I was in the Slate of New York, the state of sobriety, the state of single blessedness, the State of New Jersdy, the state of connubial felicity, f that's what we call matrimony. the Slate of Pennsylvania, the State of Delaware, ihe State of Maryland, and the state of intox ication all in one day, and the whole of which was owing to the wonderful power ol stame." ii M 1 1, i. redt A I anlets mM dewndoni npp " kftoi Ike VUrni kawntllot, al ihe Court room m the town oi CaffwMtoo, m tii" ibird mm 'tlav of Di' i itlw r nrxl, ami idea l, nmwer or 1 .1.. M, nr in t In- Ii, II nl nomolainl then in. the .fwuil ;,i!m Mi,, .in iherenl will ksj ItJkft br mult --"d M 10 him. mid ueh order MM de cree mode therein M the Vice Chancellor may riot 1 (tut ibif .ii I Joett 1 1 1 Itiriher ordered thai a copy of ibis or del be Inserted 111 the "ll-uiiel" a week lor I wo mouths niccesivi'l V. Wn. HEMINGWAY, CI. ( k lobar 9nd, 1 9 13. -9m, C. I'. Siii.piMiin, Sol'r. THE STATE Or MI88I8SIPPI, ( ' RROUi 1 oi N rv. Circuit court -Oitobtr ''.". 4. 0. 1849. Attachment for the sum ot s. '.5.J. Piaher a- lieatty, vs. Joseph s. Baughn. This day came the plaintiff, by Attorneys, and it appearing that ihe BttaokmeWl in lhi case has been returned executed, by sum moning Washington Scurlock as a garnishee It is therefore ordered, that publication be made in the 'Hornet," a newspaper published in the town of Carrolltoo, Missisaippj, for four weeks of the pending of this suit and that the said defendants appear before the circuit court of this county, on the first Mon day of April next, and plead, answer or de mur to said attachment, judgment will be en tered against him by default, and the garnishee called on to answer. A cony from the minutes. K. A. SEWARD, (Tk. January 18, 1Mb Prs. fee $10. notice. All persons are hereby fbrSWkrned from trading OO my account with mr wife Elisabeth Jenkins, she hav iag left my bed Slid l ard without any just cause or provocation. 1 ua determined not to pay any debts she may contract unless com pel lad by law to do so. Colombia, La., June Otb 1844 Allen Jenkins. DISTRICT CHANCERY COURT, Of the Stale of Mississippi. Josbph Morris, et al.,Comp'ts, j October VS. liui'S, Mi ni. LotmiNs, et al., DePts. ) A. D. 1843. U( ) opening the matters of this bill, and it appearing to the satisfaction of tho Court that Samuel Loggins and Carter Log ri defendants, are not inhabitants of this State, but reside beyond the limits thereof, so that the ordinary process of this Court cannot be executed upon them, it is Ordored, I hat, unless said defendants ap ar before the Vice Chancellor, at the Court irui . ' ' ' " ' I . r. 11. .1 .ir.j Room m the town 01 arronton, on me uurn Monday of December next, and plead, answer or demur to the bill of complaint therein, the several allegations thereof will be taken for confetsed as lo them, and such order and decree mr.ue therein, as the Vice Chancellor may deem equitable and just. jt is further ordered, That a copy of this order be inserted in the "Hornet" once u week, for tw o months successively. Wn. HEMINGWAY, Clerk. October 2nd, 1843. ll-2m. Dkakr fc Siikpiwri), Solicitors. BANKRUPT SALE. As Assignee in Bankruptcy of Richard Ab bey. I will, on the 16th day of April, 1844, sell at the court house door in the town of Starkville. in the county of Octibbeha, all ihe interest of said Abbey in 19:20 acres cf land situated in said county, about six miles east of rich Rilev. .l.x-eased, to wit . Starkv.lle.-thc particular uesc. . p 10,. not Section -'It. and the east half of section 21, and the , k now n a' present, Will oe gleu ou ute oay oi north-eiist ipiartcr of stction 20, all in tovwtship ! ! sale. MOM - east. A D VERT 1 S E M E -N TS. NOTICE. All perSOM indebted to the estate of James Kelly, deceased, willpleise come forward and Make payment; and till persons having claims against said estate will present them, properly authenticated, in Ihe time prescribed by law, or they will be forever barred. USSFStfi June 20, 1844 4 vnnK. ffiiHll persons interested in the real estate of Pat- JL v.. 1. nr.. Iirphv 111,1 itiivl ti) hp niul itersonallv appear before the Hon. the Probate Court of Curroll county at the August term thereof. 10 be holden at the court house in the town of L'arrallton, on the first Monday in August H H, and shew cause, if any you can why an order shall not be made to sell said rejl estate belonging to said deceased to pay the debts of said estate, as 1 shall then and there apply for an or der of sale. PETERSON PERSON'S. Administrator de bonis non 11. II. CAGE March 1st, 1844. I ! C xvs.siguee, 4w. HALE Ac AIRES, llBAt.CBta IV IIKV GlIODHtfiKOCBRlEI South tn'Jr of Ihe Public Square, CARBOLLTON, MISS. STARCH, Copperas and Bar Soap, kept constant ly in store, and for sale bv .unnniMraiot uu uoiiis non ,,, njlt j. wore June 10, 1MI-6V of the eMatc oUl SUey, dsed January 9th, 1944 HALL 4V A RES.