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'I a rrrm 17 f 1 M A TT , A . mtWti v i. ? icoscivsko, raiissippiTsATVRiAir(ioiikikI :nkk. so, i 84a. voider . SVERr SATURDAY MORNING 'Sb'habpeb printer -...citM) wee raw m or ov ' 1 una ft IE IBM weekly at $2 ner annum in t tne ena 01 jem ubliehed at 75 cents pr SKT. d-, rtinn and, 37 cents ino nick ii"'" . - - eaCh con" poexuy. , , THE PARTING, , And are the moments past, The loved ones flown And must we part at last -To weep alone? , Shall frindship.8. wreath untwine, its roses fade , kU all I once called mine - . In death belaid? yen-time hath hurtled by, We part in tears. The wreath is sere dry, No more it cheers; - t But memory o'er the urn Of past joy moves, Anb speaks in words, that burn Of those she loves. , ', And we shall meet again, Thou wounded dovo," Forever to remain In bowers above: ' There heavenly anthems swell Like piping winds And peace and uhion dwell Innoly minds. , THE FEMALE. 4 Th( following natural nnd true Wrotion ot tne parental comiort Vrivpd Irom female children is from a Wh of Burrows, an eminent Irish wyer ; The love of offspring the most kible of all out instincts is even w . ronser towards the female than the sale child. It is wise it should be so, is more required. There is no pillow, which the heart of a parent anguish by sickness or by sorrow can so eetly repose, as on the bosom of an fectionate dauchter. Her attentions ire unceasing. She is ntterly incapa Se of remaining' inactive. The boy jay afford occasionally comfort and ride to his family : they may catch lory from his celebrity and derive reat support from his acqusition; but e never communicates the solid and nceasing comforts of life, which are erived only from the care and tender olicitude of the female child. She eems destined by Providence to be the rpeiual solace and hapiness of her larent. Even after her marriage, her ilial affections are unimpaired. She my give her hand and heart to her msband, but still she may share her ares and attentions with her parents, without a pang of jealousy or distrust rom him. He only looks' on them as he assured pledge of fidelity and the inerriug evidence of a good disposi THE TWO FARMERS, Two farmers. whr wr npinrhhnra. bad their Crona nf Afirlv rMc tiling hv Fne "OSl. One of them rnme tn rnn. with the other on their misfortune. Ah!" cried he. .. how unfornnate Fe hni-A Knon i r fnwn that I have done nothing "but ptever since. But, bless me! vou rn to have a fine, healthy crop com- DS "P USt now. What npn thA?' nese are what I sowed immediately What ! e the iretter- ICS Wh'llft VAI1 nrttfA fmU'mr. T was working . "What, nn't rAi ... U M l(W al0SS? chief;StUntilihave rePaired the mis- Laws oftheluited Stat?. Passed at the 2d Session of the 27th Con areas ' Jb. ... , ' Of at allhy then vou have no need to Iret gardl?6' " reP1ied the industrious in tmth' and tnat's tne very reason; lonJf-7 11 18 vei7 Peasant to have no and it :reason -1? tnink of , misfortune, k r ena Kn,sllinS. how ma"y might ep?,red by alacrity and energy' pifcf artty years ago a to a & Ufon would only "be extended tenS0100 yards, (not quite cannol uPft0Wer' Pound of fine cotton to'leshL e?nded into a thread 167 0fa' chni with-the attendance AN ACT to provide 'Jot the "satisfacton ; cianuo arising unaer me lourteentn and , nineteenth articles of the treaty ofDancine iutuuH wetK, conciuaea in September : uuo uiuueaaa eignt ana tmrty. Be it enacted by the Senate and Honse of representatives of the Unieted States or America tn congress assembled, That the act approved on the third of Marr.h. eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, en uuea yvn act ior tne apportionment commisioners 10 aaiust the cla ms tn reservations of land under the fouteenth article of the treaty of eighteen hundred and thirty, with the Choctaw, Indians. and also the Set approved on the twenty second day of February, eighteeii hund red and thirty-eight, entitled "An act to amend an act entitled "An act for the apportionment of commissioners to ad- just the claims to reservations of land under the fourteenth article of the rea tv in eighteen hundred and thirty, with the Choctaw Indians,' so far as the same are not repealed or modified bv the provisions of this act," be, and the same i hereby, revived s and cotinued , in force until the powers conferred by this act shall be fully executed, subject, nevertheless,' to repeal or modification by any act of Congress. And all the powers and duties of the commissioners are hereby extended to claims arising under the nineteenth article of the said treaty, and under the suplement to the said treaty to be examined in the same manner and with the same effect as in cases arising under the fourteenth article of the said treaty: Provided, That the salary of said commissioners shall not exceed two thousand five hundred dol- ars per annum. Sec 2. And be it further enacted. That supoenas for the attendance of witnesses before the said commissioners,eand pro cess to compel such attendance, may be issued by the said commissioners, or the same manner and with the same ef-! ectas if issued bv couitsof record, and may De executed oy the marshal ot any district, or by any sheriff, deputy sheriff, or other peace officer desingnated by the said commissioners, who snail re- r ceive tor such services the same lees as are allowed in the district court of the Uuited States for the district in which the same shall be rendered for similar services, to be payed, on the certificate of the commissioners, out of the contin gent fund appropriated by the fourth section of the act secondly above re cited, which was approved on the twenty-second day of February, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight, and which is revived by this act: provi ded, That nothing herein contained shall be construed to revive such portion ot the act approved the third day of March, one thousand eight hundred and hirty-seven, referred to in the first section of this act, as provides for the employment and pay of the district attor ney of either of the districts of the State of Mississippi. Sec 3. And be it further enacted, That when the said commissioners shall have ascertained that anv Choctaw has com- plyed or offered to comply with all the requisites of the fourteenth article of tne said treaty, to enutie mm to any reservation under that article which requisites are as folio wes, to wit: that said Choctaw Indian did signify his or her intention to the agent, inperson,orby some person duly authorized and espe cially directed by said Indian to sigifiy the intention of said Indian to become a citizen of the State, within six months of the date of the ratification ol the said treaty, and had his or her name within the time of six months aforesaid, for the purpose; or shall prove, to the entire satisfaction of the said commissioners and to the Secretary pf War, that he or she did signify his or her intention, with in the term of six months from the date of the ratification of the treaty aforesaid, if his or her name was not enrolled in'the register of the agent aforesaid, but was omitted by said agent ; and,secondly, that said Indian did, at the date of making said treaty, to wit, on the twenty-seventh day of September, eighteen hundred and said ttatv, to wit, Irom thetwenty- tourthjt February, eighteen hundred & thirtyfie,' to the twenty-fourth of Feb ruary! eighteen, hundred & thirty-six, dispofcd of . by the United States, (and that tk reserve was , dispossessed, bv me'anpf such disposition; and, thirdly, that ifchall be made to appear, to the en tire siisfaction of said commissioners and tjthe Secretary of War, that said Indiatdid not receive any other grant pf land nder the ? pro visions of any other articlqof said treaty; and, fourthly, that it shalbe made to appear, in like man ner, thtt said Indian did not remove to he Chctaw country west of the Missis- sipprrer, but he or she had continued to restie within the limits of the cdantrv cedecLby the Choctaw Indians to the U nitetf States by said treaty of twenty seventh September, in the year eighteen hundred & thirty it shall' be the duty of saW commissioners, if all and each of thirty, have and own an improvement in the then Choctaw country; and that, having and owning an improvement, at the place and time aforesaid, did teside upon the identical improvement, or a part of it, for the term of five years con tinuously next after the ratification of the above requisites shall be made clear y to) appear to their satisfaction, and the Secretary of War shall concur there into proceed to ascertain the quantity of Iqnd to which said Indian, b virtue of the fourteenth article of the said treaty is emiyeu iu, which, wuen usceiiumeu shall bo located for said Indian, accord ing tolthe" sectional lines, so as to em brace the improvement, or piirt of it, owned by said Indian at the elate of said treaty!; and it shall be the , duty of the resident of the United States to issue a patent , to said Indian for said lands, if tie orshe be living, and n not, to his or her heirs and legal representatives; and in like manner shall the commissioners aforesaid ascertain the quantity of land granted by the said article to each child of said Indian, according to the 'limita tions contained in said article, and locate aid quantity for said children contiguous or an adjoining the improvement of the parent ot said child or children; and the resident, shall issue a pattent for .each ract of land thus located to said Indian child, if living, and if not, to the heirs and egal representatives of said Indian child. Hut it the United States shall have dis posed ot any" tract of land to which any ndian was entitled under the provis- ions ol said lourteentn article ot said said treaty, so that it is now im possible to give said Indian the quantity to which he was entitled, including his improvement as aforesaid, or any part of it, or to his children, on the adjoining lands, the said commissioner shall there upon estimate the quantity to which each Indian is entitled, and allow him or her for the same a quantity of land equal to that allowed, to be taken out of any of the public lands in the estate ot Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama and Arkansas, subject to entry at private sale; and certifictes to that effect shall be delivered, under the direction of the Secretary of War, though such agents as he may select, not more than one half ot which shall be delivered to said Indian until after the removal to the Choctaw territory west of the Mississippi river. The said commissioners shall also ascer tain the Choctaws if any reservations to which he was entitled under the nine teenth article of the said treaty, or whose reservation under that article had been sold by the United States: and also determine the quantity to which such claimant was entitled, and the quan tity of land which should be al lowed him on extinguishment of such claim, at the rate of two-fiths of an acre for every acre of the land to which said claimant was entitlad, said land having been estimated under this article at fifty cents per acre. Provided never theless, That no claim shall be consid ered or allowed by said commisioners, for or in the name or behalf of any In dians claimants whose name does not appear upon the the lists or registers of claiments made by Major Armstrong, special agent for that purpose, in con junction with the three chiefs of the three Choctaw distrcts, and return to the Department of War in January, eighteen hundred & thirty-two, and who does not appear from those registers to be entitled to a reservation under said nine teenth article. : Sec 4. And be it further enacted, That the said comissioners, within two years from the time of their entering upon the duties ot their office es, and as often as shall be required by the President of the United States, shall report to him their proceedings in the premises, "with a full and perfect list of the names of all the Choctaws whom they shall have deter mined to be entitled to reservations un der this act; the quantity of land to which each shall be so entitled; the num ber of claims which can be located ac cording to the provisions of the fourth section of this act, and such as cannot be located according to the provisions, of the fourth section of this act; and the powers and duties of said commissioners r shall cease at the expiration of two years from the time of the first organization of , the board; and their proceedings may be termmated by the President at any tirne previous to the expiration, of the said two years. " -t) ' ' Sec 5. And be it further enaqted, That the commissioners to be appointed under , this act shall also ascertain and determine the quantity ofiand tovhich any Choc- " taw or other jonf namdinihe sup-1 plement to t""d ".treaty off Dancing ' Rabbit creek was entitled by-1 virtue thereof, and which such person has by any means been prevented from receiv mg. " , Sec 6. And be it furher enacted, That if the President of the United ; States shall approve and confirm the determina tion ot the commissioners heretofore ap-, pointed to investigate the claims exist- under the fourteenth article of the said treaty of Dancing Rabbit creek, in any case, he shall cause to be delivered to the claimcnt,it he be a Choctaw Indian his legal representatives or heirs, ;Cer-v tificates as approved by the fourth sec tion of this act for the quantity of land to which such claimant shall appear, by such determination, to have been etitled,, in full satisfaction and discharge of such, claim: Provided, Such determination, was made by adhering, in every instace, to the requisites contained in the fourth section of this act: And provided, alsof That said claims, nor either of them, cannot now be locacted, according to the provissions of the fourth section of this act. v Sec 7. And be it further enacted, That distinct accounts shall be kept of the certificates issued in satisfaction of the claims provided for by this act, and of all expenses attending the execution of the same ; and the amount thereof shall be retained and withheld from any dis tribution to the States. Sec 8. And be it further enacted, That nothing in this act contained shall be so construed as to authorize the said com missioners to adjudicate any claim that may be presented by a white man who may have had, or now has, and Indian wife or family; and any patent to land which shall issue or any Indian claim under the provisions of the treaty afore said, shall be issued to the Indian to whom the claim was allowed, if living, and if dead to his or her heirs and legal representatives, any act of Congress, or usage, or custom, to the country not withstanding. Sec 9. And be it further enacted, That no claim shall be allowed under the four teent article of said treaty if the said commissioners shall be satisfied, by such proof as they may prescribe, that said claim had been, prvious to the expiration of five years from the ratification of said treaty, assigned, eithe in whole or in part; and in case of a partial assign ment, or agreement for an assignment thereof, the same shall be allowed so far only as the original Indian clamant was, at that date, the bona fide proprietor thereof. Sec 10. And be it further enactedLThat all claims under either of the articles of said treaty mentioned above, or the sup nlimenlal articles, thereof, whicn shall not be duly preCfrted to said commis sioners lor allowance within one year after the passage of this act, shall be thereafter forever barred. JOHN WHITE, Speaker of the house of Representatives WILLIE P. MANGUM, President of the Senatepro tempore Approved, August 23, 1842. JOHN TYLER. American Wine. The largest wine propucing State in the Union is Ohio amount, 161,000 gallons; next Virginia 37,000; rensylvania 19,000; aud next New York 14,000. Alabama produc es 1 1,000 Man-land 7,000 New Jer sey, 9,000 Connecticut, 5,000. Troy Whig. ' Those who make candles will find it a great improvement to steep the wicks in lime- 1 he licht will be clear and the the tallow will not run. : ; ' ", ! Debt. If you boast a contempt for the world, avoid getting into debt. It is giving to gnats the fangs of vipers. 3.1 ) I.