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Kosciusko, Mississippi, Saturday morning, june to, is 13. lYOlDEIX 8. stem:. i. ! . ! il .. . TTI" . , . I .tiihat morning ngence oi mis eveni at uuinc, anu irieu CB0 iipi'li PRINTER, same remedy upon a patient that iUAM ' HAH'1' , , . wa8 brought to the hospital, administer- another at noon, and a third at sunset; and the man was speedily and perfectly cured." v low ; i . ,.. . ner annum m ureeKiy r, - ,A. SH ;0 at the ena onus j. orS published at 75 cents pr fhe first ?n6ertion and 37 cents n ,nntinuance. I'EXRY. aRTING words. Mr; -oroide that was spoken is ne'er been broken, 80 fondly cherish'd . .thed that vow, de ;V9 nwc ". r . ' BO promise now i. , if thou wen jei pu- ; from stain as wueu , eh by all beside lorsaneu, u been thine own; . . i.not urnaflhntpn. reHlhOttknOW:iniy rv ihy hand alone. L-stthou if o vain repining for tbe love I am resigning the cherish'd ties nn urcuMiig, per will wring my heart; to thai heart e en nuw c..s , may not impart. Uhate'er is hanging o cr me. Cty'fl path is plain before mo, 'irm resolve my course is aiuing Kay, no vows renew, Rion shalt near no weon. ui;ua.u..i6, Sow adieu, adieu! susan wilsom. lee JlOll I Fjjwwj Cowrf. Ltnponani ueciswn k Supreme ooun univeuu iwu isbns yesterday wnicn win nuve au Lrtant lipnnnfr in several cases ot 1IUIM"" O . hkruDtcv now before the United It.! District Court. One of these OLD HICKORY. The intelligent correspondent of the New World whose letters from Flor ence (Italy) grace the columns of that ii . . r. 1 r excellent jwbhcation alter speaiung oi the veneration in which r ranklin is held throughout France and Italy, further observes: "The only portrait of any foreigner which I have noticed in the print-shops of Florence is Franklin's. "I caiot deny myself the pleasure, here of mentioning the enthusiastic terms of admiration with which the intelligent Italians speak of Jackson. They dis cover much in his character resembling that of the purest patriots of their own country; much, in short, ot me true "old Roman's1' greatness wonderful de cision and energy of character-qualities which are never unaccompanied by other great powers of mind, r or sufficiently apparentrcasons; the present generation in America, will not render to this great man that universality of praise which is his due; but , 'Another ape shall estimate his worthy And glory in his name, the future shall be joy.' Advantageof Railways to increase popu- lationandbusiness.-The beneficial elfccts of railroads on the continent of Europe, in quickening this movements of society enlarging intercourse, and extending the circle of internal traffic, are strikingly in dicated by the following extract lrom a letter from Lepsic, published m a laie London paper: "Our town presents ni me li SOVEREIGNS OE THE WORLD. The following most graphic remarks descriptive ot the most noble sovereigns jworujare extracted from "the AUSTRIA. Ferdinand, born in 1793. In Austria, the government is wholly constructed on the principle of a nursery; the people ies,decidcd yesterday, was i Koasenda striking proof of the advance in public Zebriski, f. m. c. It involved a sum nrosneritv caused by the introduction about 7000. lhe plantilt had a 0frajiroaas. Since the completion of tee on certain proneuy oiuie thosahetween our town and Dresden, endant, lor this amount, lor wnicii ne np,.iin, nn,i Altenbum. the population In- .1- T,'-.. T.. ,!'.., I1 t T . ' . " P' i Wtiim m uie r irsi juuiciai uisuiu w . M, was be i ore on V nas in ..i, ! i . .1 . .. a ; lurt. llieaeienuaiu, mine meantime rpncpri tr Ksnno or a ouarter more.- II his petition of bankruptcy in the The business of the fairs here, which iled States District Court, placing vpr nfrn amounted to 40 millions L . I . j . . t !a nAAlulA . . ... r e rinougiiLH'u mu pcny un uia wk-uuic . t ha ers (144 millions ot irancs a vear,) assets. On a hearing of the petition, nt t hs reached the sum of 76 JJge McCaleb enjoined proceedings miii0m3Ofthaers(252millionsof francs) thebtateuourt, and ordered that tne .r nnnm s-uiuci ill ill"! lliiiiiCa ciaau uic uiuu common with all the other effects Emigration to the United States. An r.ffir.ml stntfimfint from the depart- the defendant, be placed in the hands menl 0r states shows that the whole the bunkruDt s assmuee. tor tliei,,rv,ur.-r noeconrrord who arrived in I . . C ' .1 I1U111UC1 VM uujai.uv. the United States from foreign countries during the year 1842, amounted to 110- flfU. This is a Jarcer numoer man was supposed, and shows an annual average C 1 rf A An nnrcnnsl Din. Peral benefit of his creditors, the prtgagee however, having a privileged pro oa the proceeds. The Recorder used to erase the mortgage, when a ewas taken to compel him. It was V...J 1 r t . ill vim. jFdueiore Judce tiucnana, ana oy nuirU in i W - I ( wvww rwurt made absolute. It was next en belore the bunreme Court. flnTTivn ti new world in two. Judge Garland read the decision of Thia nmroce spms to be becun. The ft court yesterday. It sustains the Lnnalromnanv chartered by the govern fWrneatof of JudTA llnr.hnna. and L.nfAfVw ftrfnnda. have commenced ps that the mortgage be erased in Lvcavatins their big ditch through the tmanner directed by Judge McCaleb, isthmus of Panama, and in a few years lhe United States District Court. ..rkolo ohm instpnd of ronndinU Cape ge Murphy ond Simon agreed with Horn, will nass from ocean to ocean, Vn.t- A m Til 7 . I I TV . wpnuon, oi j udize liarland. Judge ithrmurh the mountains which naru "tin offered difficulty pecuniarily interested in the dues- in climhinpr over. f?i and Judae Bullard read his The entire length of the canal will be fw'n in which he dissented from forty nine miles, of which, twelve and 'Judgement of the mnrioritv of" the Knlf miles onlv will be excavated, the twl. " I pu.o nnl ClrnnA. snnnlvinf? Inil Hon 1 . . l I . . .. f.lL. ... n "v n-is un sppmprt tn otcha mm th nannaenrv rn vicrnimn I or me imiiuur wi amoncr the lnwvers. ns it has a Mnr n the distance. Fect bearins on a lanre amount of KTtPntrpd rnn.. . mi rt 1 r).." TT. Itarnn. fll(:n are nnw n i - i n;.tnii hu the lUhTllntn.. I. 1 UTDRnpunt,. . TL. fll .'!! L.U T?r.,.mo' Ti-int- nt Allliei'St. i "VDiA. x ne lOHOWlng IS SUlU lllUl mo I'aimus . -7 lismissed its ,i. - ii ul, l iii ,i hiibp i mm mi i-in;i3 vvuuuu u u iia uuoiih "mil ffentlom tr . a. r i I .rtU ita tiantin'rr linnse. and o "v-maii Ul v CUICB lO a lriCUU. lauici, sviu iw wiw....0 7 it has been late procedings of the Legislature of that State. The JUovcr inquirer says appears plausible: but as to the fact, collected most of its debts. ve, we runner Co.. " t,a T orriolu tn v( to re-charter it withou v -wWU(tvh ouy. ii lieu u uu- m uvr,1"'" wnicn no cure is known resincnous. jt. ," rVti" from time to time be sug- Another great Rise. We learn by C3'ea. HuJw.i ; i . i j it rnM noaHn. thnt information j: ,--;"uuituum is sucn a arcau- iwe iasi vuuuu v.-u.un.v-, aoraer, and has hithertr, c Knfflerl had been recived from above fehreve man rnne is well enough to notice such reme- romAj.. i i i :.i r. Ua. nn1ar tirntdf. nnrl nnr uf -viuuuy menuonea Deiow: was saiu w uo uuun t-- vo IUiyere here" says the letter, tions of Caddo Prairie in the same situ u "OUIn Via i i .! v.. Tk lntop nliro ivn Uinff annn 1 lIHIlfk . w v 7 - V . . province. A poor man sequent siaiemeiiis nmui,c wo nuo m a small e, the capital of doned bv many, of the overseers, bub it . - . inuviiicK. s under the ftbhtfnl tnrtnrea nfhvrl- the above is a misrepresentation. The iiLas red by some draught of Gazette says: We will contemplate if anoti18lVen hirn by mistake intended the fairside of the picture at all events." 'adua calir ortion- A physician of The fiver was rising at Shreveport on "vum l.eouise, got intei- mc itun wnn gietu iuhui.. e children who think of nothing but lieir breakfast, dinner and supper and wished with dolls and dancers, are as ppy as me aay is long: dui iney never vtri f . i row. vvnen refractory tney are wnip' d or put into the black hole. When od humored they are "permitted to run bout the fields, provided they never in out of sight of the head nurse.' and in be brought back by the check of an pron string. While they live. Jthey , Ierely walk in go-carts when tjj die ey are merely wrapped up and putto d. PRUSSIA. Willian the Fourth, born in 1795.-- ince the besinnins of the vear. succes- jrs to his father, Frederick" William the urd. His character is yet to be known. i le is a supposed lover of war, as all prin- ' s are lor want ot something else to do: ' d certainly no lover of the French. lorn his recollections of the most polish- and blundering ot all nations: but a orshiper of Russia, on the same prin- i!e that makes an African bow down. SWEDES AND NORWAT. iCharles John the fourteenth, born 1797; rmerly liernadotte, a singular m- lince of fortune seconded bv con- - Ict. A Frenchman entering the ser- ; ,e as a common mariner and then rising ' love the man that placed him there, keeping the throne when Napoleon VI lost it. He now lives the sole sur- Lor of Napoleon's monarchs:a bold, korous and honest man, a brave sol- ' r, a successful general, and in a coun- r of strangers a secure king. RUSSIA. iNicholas the first, born in 1796. A ling, active and ambitious despot. ' being by excluding his brother Con- ntine from the throne, and is suppos- to have the largest oesophagus o any hrereirrn in OTietonna Y4a ho alroarlir laiiowed f oland, has made an enorm yfis bite out of Persia, holds Tartary in . - Is left hand ready for a luncheon; and 7 Turkey lies dressed before him ready , fjr dinner what he is to sup. on, or : l here, who can tell. But he is vigor ous vigilant, subtle, and therefore, the ' etter to be baffled by Lord Palmerston, i TURRET. 4 ' '' Abdul Meshee, the unfortunate son f Mahmoud the unlucky, born in 1823." , e has come to the throne as a man night come to his dinner, with a party f wild beast round his table.; It is not m ikely that he can much enjoy his meal. 11 the sovereighsof Europe are open . , pouthed against him, and tie is spared heir tusks at each other. But the first lite is the signal for universal battle nd which gorges Turkey must finish 1C11 UJGtU. . ' s " . Is iia-rl CHINA. Teon Kwang. China is nlightened, free, and 'tranquilized' ion, themselves ruined by the priests, he police and the mob of Lisbon. HOLLAND. William the First, born in 1785. The irst king of the Netherlands a kingdom cut from France by the scissors ot the " a Congress of Vienna; and cut in two by the hatchet of the mob of Brussels; a prince, hard headed, hard worked, and hardly used. To solace the -cares of sovereignty in the foggiest land in the world, he fell in love. But the prince dreaded the expense of a royal marriage, the Princess of Orange dreaded a step mother and the old woman of the court a rival. What king could prevail against this union ot forces William the First, with a broken heart and helpless sceptre, had the sole alternative of marrying or resigning. A Mark Anthony of 70, he has resigned. , RELG1UM. Leopold the First, born 1790. The luckiest of the luckV families of Europe. An Austrian captain ot cavalry, wno simerseded the 1'rmce oi urange in me alliance of the Princess Charlotte of Eng land: cnioved a pension of fifty thous and pounds a year for twenty years, of which he has saved every smiling; next superseded the .Prince of Orange in the possession ot Belgium, and is now a kin?, on the simple ciedit of having a good leg, doing notning ana Deing Coburg. the ffreat a warehouse of mankind. A quarrel ving been raised by some of its dealers. archouse-mcn shot up shop. Foolish this was, the dealers stood on the oint and determined to starve more oolish still. But this was not enoughs- 1 he warehouse-man turned all his capi tal into powder and shot, and building up his shop windows, mounted , them with guns, lhe dealers, already half ruined, resolved to go the whole length turned the tea money into cannon balls and Congreve rockets, and deter-' mined to burn dow the warehouse men shop and all, to force him to trade with them again most foolish of the whole! The affair is going on still, and the deal ers says that when they shall have de stroyed some thousand of Chinese lives, and wasted some millions of British mo ney they will only be more amicable on both sides and will have the privilege ot buying more tea and selling more pois on than ever. , THE PLANET WHICH AFFLICTS ,. . . '. VENUS. ; The Astrologers Horoscope bv Haguo for April, eontains the following important information to females regard ing the month ol April: 14 1 his month will be fraught with elopements and love-' quarrels.The planet which afflicts Venus governs men with bushy beards some black and some sandy. ' Marriage should be avoided, by all females born during the first part of June September' December and March." There.ladies we don't charge anything for copying this account of the planets. . '