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round Dim I'ii ' ( ni'i w 1 1 1 1 ' f lii::'il
Mi'i li'Mu mi'i-iif nu'hf.t hf,"H II,
hum
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year, was Ofl, making it IMiincrtl:
'pnin in tbn ''Old Ninth Stale'' of 70
members since two list ek'tum. Th
days of the po'itiral oxiNtcii"() of
Federalism &w swiftly dialing to a
final consumption.
Wo notice ia the N-w Orleans pa
pers, that the new crop of cotton was
selling there on the 20th u!t. at 7 J a
,73 cents.
Wo areilcascd to sec tile planters
'of that portion of our Stale trading to
"New Oilcans, taking decided a
stand against the oppressive 'tarilf of
'that city, it shows that notwithstand
ing their pecuniary embarassmcnts
our fanners are determined not to
v submit to every tyranical, high-handed
measure that the thrtd-rAdeers of
; the faithless corporation of New Or
leans may think proper "to adopt 'to
redeem their worthless shinplasters.
We bid our agricultural friends god
' speed, for we see no reason why they
. may not ship their cotton direct from
our own State to Em-ope, or any other
place, as -well as to stop and pay their
tribute to a set of swindlers in the
tandit city.
A resolution was adopted, says the
Mississippiau, in the House of Repre
sentatives fixing upon the 22d ult. for
; the termination of the present session
1,. m..si ' ,1, pockets, whistlin Hai'l Coluntbv.
, nwauove resolution was taken up ielt jist as big as old Bony Part at
; in the Senate on the 15th, when a Waterloo I seed Dub step off of her
motion was made to lay it on the t. hoss like a iwwmr, an tvwS wp to
'Mfi.wWrhwnnrrWl lur n VOfri Or SpCUk CO Her, WtlCtl UD C0111CS that
eternal Joe Turner dressed allmitv
kj io iz. Y iieu oni ess win au- -r i i . i
, 3 nne as n he had been up into a baud-
- ' 111" oo x to keep, and walks her right otl
DS? e uave received the New from me, before I could get out. "How
uneans ricayuneottne aauit. wiucn ur , 1 uu-v k J.ya auu u 1
,;ntoo AinKntv... ,r,,T oq o o did'ut look nation sheepish, I recon
4 ,. . taint no matter. I blushed some too
- per cent, dount. ne m mil)dj tlQ, scs meetjn
NEW ORLEANS BANKS. , have to, break up some time or other,
; The shavers of New Orleans, are ;U1U JJCD Wl" navc t0 S uum, so 1
fimua v ui nig io maite ine issues ot "' i' v men iiutiu iw wmi iui xiur.
their rotten banking concerns apyoxi- e did come at last, and Oh ! my
mate to a specie standard. The banks slie did look screamin nice ! I
, of Louisiana and GassLiirhf. a mm. felt so ilustenfied, I did'nt know
ted at par ; the Mechanics and Traders wnat to saY no how at last I got out
Commercial, State, Union and Atcha- "Dob that is I mean Debory or
lalaya at from
Count. Their
purchase the present crop of cotton
with their trash, and then, the note
holder may whistle for his money.
Mississippi planters will not be caught
in ytiu uap uus nine genuemen.
' f , Mississippian.
millit ii4 well be out coiirllil li
Joik's, as f' W fjintfiii'-f down Ik'Th
'ii ymir hunkers, k ymi know, (mcil,
it oit dio iiimi irn 'd, the linine ol
H.ishhil will Ih e.Mincl." "Well,
....... .i ii 1 1 . . t i ..... i .......
x.iiM Vtottf iustiiivt. hut I can so to
court Deb, for ysu know &hu dresses
her hair wo moo. nml it' tw n
rotten nice gal that every lellcr 'hut
ihcsn narts is half erazv a'ter her.
there's Joe Turner and Dill Davis,
;md a hull squad of chaps, as woars
all the new fashions, and now father,
said I what would I look like, with
my buckskin suit that I've wore for
six years, long side some 'o their blue
coats and pants, and all them are
fhne fixens,"-"dut father would'nt
hear nothin 'cainst his own oninion.
- l 7
and so 1 had to go jist to please the
old man.
Deb used to go to the old white
church, you know, up uncle Ephraim s
lane, near the blacksmith shop, right
by the orchard. Well, it wa'nt there
no, 1 guss it wa'nt-I wish it had
been. Well, I went off dressed du
ration slick, I tho't ; I guess I rubbed
two tallow candles, there or therea
bouts, into my hair, tryin to make it
curl but I swan to man itwasainis
teke, there wan't no curl about it,
a'ter all! it stuck out for all sense jist
like pork-an-pinc-quills, as Jim Ste
pers says. Well, some how or other
I got myself into tolerable slick order,1
naci on tne new nat ana coat 1 got at
a raffle night afore, and off I bolted
to the church, with my hands in my
tf k n l i f, I ill 'i.ii' Id it
Hilar, in;'i,i in v I" i Mm i niid
i ptiiH I re I' si in, I f . f.lind f-f'f.
i r m .1 " ' I ij' ! 1..' up
d ti i il ;i f I '-'Is in! S p lic,'Mf
nin I, . ti "' wMi'. r
iv It.il 't i I d- in t l ! bill had
fo I nn h, in ter Allowed f)foft 1hil
' h u "h' I ! Ii ir, and when h'
H, all In f lii lit I I l'i hTl IK Fi" 1l'i
liri ill III) Ml, I' d I'll, lllld h1 llinki I
ji I hkf a tiiitihi'tl, 'Why" rail
.'IMi the io f fhmif Will In' mum-
ihiK rir, eri,;'' ih.tl lHdc Jo-'
I uuh on my id, mid het?,iii In
I'lllek lip i ntir i;,'c, a;, , 'eb,
.lie '.'i in r.' 'iie ir our old mark r un
in xt wri k, and I'll f in! yoti tifiiih
Wool Io loal.e Voll U Wli("- thi n
Di'In 'ht im Zi'I'. ; !i'! tot no and madi
inn' Hk' at me with I ho nhovel, hut
guess it was all a mistake, was
soon on the rwul to hunt.
TAX COLLECTOU'S SALE.
Iv Wjmuo.v Count Mm.
will MpnM lo iiilil talo to th- liljjh
fl biihUr for ciish at Ilia court liuiin
door of Winston roiooy, Mi., nn MomUy
itid llrRt (lny of N'ovmnher HfXi IV'4'2)
witlnii the hturi (irriiRiibcd bjr law, the
(Mowing1 (tfucnhi'il proprrtjr, to wit:
Ioih No. Two, tmil 1 lirce h block Six,
in JSoufli L'fit squarb of te Town of
I.oii'svilip, BsipRned us tan property ol
Thotra II. Field, lor tKa yctrs 1U40 h nd
Ml, and distrained to pay th taXos due
thereon for said years, and will be 'sold to
satit'y the stats and county t4cs due as
aforesaid, nnd b!I lejjal costs tu may ac
ertiR. Amouni of taxes duo for ia id years,
$2 43J cents.
JOIIV II. DUClvNEn,
Assessor and Collector if Tafies
For lYinst'on Conn if, Mi.
Louisville, Miss. Sept. 1, 1842.
11 tds Trs. fee $10
A New Volume!
ONLY ONK DOLLAR.
The cheapest Family Paper in'thc
Union.
THE
SATURDAY CHRONICLE
A FAMILY NEWSPAPER OF MAJIO'TH
SIZE.
0.11V VllvlltX" J
7 to LI per cent, dis- Uebby, don't I look as my face was all
object in this, is to over goose pimples?" and darn my
iresent crop of cotton buttons, if Deb and that infernal Joe
did nt laugh till 1 wished, to die nearly.
But we all went in, and Deb handed
me a chair, but I felt so flustered
never looked where I was sittin. ixu
down I came chewallop right on Deb's
hnmml n,,il IttM I, vni, nt-t,l
Downright liisramv. A mnn m ,u i.: i i . i i .
t .u n i- 1 1- r - uiu i-uau ami a.ii ti v iuu iiiiiu uveron
.orth Carolina, at different times, the door and split my new coat right
uowu tne back all open. Here was
was ottered lor his annrehension. A t.., il l. ......
person anxious to bring the monster and that gave me a kin d 0', foction f
' T- V lieriid l staid to tea, but I was so
. and persuaded his wife to . chat with flustered I spilt my tea on Joe's new
him until he could procure a consta- pants, and he called me a darne'd
. lie. When hfi returner! hf (nntul i n , -i
. awKamnog: i never saia one word
, tliat the Culont had cloned with n u t ,..: i n .i. i ... i . . ,,
j ., i , i , i au iiiu unit: l 61U1U, 1JVU liau 10 laiK
I I"- me iaov,ai liau UUSIH IU UU rtUHSr. n in, I onmirorm i, CU..
hvemng l ost. - said to mc. "Mr. Ohed. did vnn ovor
Important Dscisiojf.-Judsre Wil- hear a serrenade?" Said I "no Miss
Kinsuecmea on tne application ol ueuuy, i never neard ol aara Jade:
'John If. 0f run nnr! ntliprc fnr nn in llllt T IcriilW Sul Tld Urn rrli " tul Tw.
junction to restrain the sale of 3fi,137 the fool, laughed at that. But Deb
acres of land taxed before the, patents said sne did'nt mean Sara Nade, it
were issued by the United States, as was what the town chaps called their
4VJlrttifo I mucin nr Jm krtr r, .n t
, ist. inac, aitnougli the auditor- nrgms ; men sue ioolccd a kind o'
fypnprnl thf nnmlnol rot.. .u . I slant indirnlnr nt Tnr niA T 1, 1,
, .... i.uuiiiun a.ii vii lilt: .-.. v.v uau a 1 11 1 fin, ill.
record, the State of Michigan was the kissed her.
real party, and that the court could "uc saon sa that Del) loved
not iiitarff-trfi hv !ninnnt!ri -r,i-; Joe. rnnrH tli.m mo nnrl T o-t v-irhr
- - j iu icoiiclill I .vim . o i'tuy
, tlie State in the exercise of an act of t0 Dack out, Deb said, "I suppose you
. ouvci Civilly. aic gumg iu tli UILU iMOll JM1CK1C.
! 2d. Thnt n 5sfn to ff!i I "Whv. said T TlotiKnni- J r,,,.,.. Tir
' legally in the execution of a dutv im- got a leetle more taste for the fine arts,
posed upon him by a State law which t,ian 8 after Sllcl1 a looking critter as
is constitutional, cannot be restrained sne is" then she looked right smart
from executing that duty, by injunc
uuii uum mis couru
3d. That the State of Michio-nn fn
the right to tax lands from the time of
at me and said, "she always thought
i was a Deuer judge ot turmture than
to spark such dandies;" that tickled
me like old snakes, and I ris up to
A new volume of tins bonular mur-
nal was commenced on the 14th inst.
The publishers, grateful for the liberal
patronage hitherto extended to them,
aim determined to make renewed and
increasing eJibrts in adding to the at-
U'aulioit f thai Nvkly slieet. To
suit the times, the paper will be fur
nished to clubs, Ten copies for SlO,
so that in the country the cost to an
individual subscriber will be only
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THE SATURDAY CHRONICLE
Is printed on a slieet of mamoth size,'
and contains weekly, thirtv-two co
lumns of closely printed
bracing every variety ofchoice iiteary,
31.1UIUUH-, una news matters, of a
character to prove instructive to the
family circle. THE CHRONICLE
has now been several years in exist
ence, and the publishers believe that,
wnnout vanity on their part, they may
safely assert that it, has earned for it
self a Reputation for Rvccfcnce in
all its departments oC Useful Infor
mation, Sound Fniasaphy, Hi ah
Toned Morals, and Attractive and
Valuable Variety, surpassed by no
other newspaper in the United States.
The leading contents are :
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Agriculture, Science and Art, Tra
velling Sketches, Manners and Cus
toms, IsadtV Department, Biogra
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murai ncarmgs, Music, News oj
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As an additional attraction, and fur
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Music of some popular Air. Melndv
or Ballad, will be occasiunallv insprr.
cd, so that our readers in the" Interior
will have the advantage of possessing
new favorite Music for tl
Piano, almost as soon as it is issued in
the large cities.
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hen ten or iiinri rnnins Iirn enh
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Publishers,
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, , Philadelphia,
Subscriptions reccive.fl :ittl
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T.tX t i'U.l.t !),
JimIhwMw fciiiv Mim.
! 'a ill ni'i' r 1 if 1,-1,1 1,, ii., i,!,
f,rddf f'r irull ill (In ,.M.ift hmiw
duT (.ft .i. Jaw -,lii,y '.fi i-
fit (llerinbdloiitli, ,n M(.ild.,v 1!..
?ih day of NCvi inbif u i
Within lh. h'Hifp jrd'd J'V'liW,
nin 1'iiiowinK j ropeity i Tli J
(l (he w of ,. ,,,, t-f i ,,u imlm
no a I north nt' tMwi tit 7 r im.
l.llllillK "UUi i f If J iMfrt, ... . d Hi
I'l iniC ratiti'il to mid m the properly
of Jew Wal'iiiu. niid u ill ,i wild ir
.; Hiliell tin reof n uiH ,iti-.v Ihi'
Matt" lilid foimly t;,xeM due lor Iho
yeaniMO nnd 'Il,iulall ley a! co-its
Ihiil tuny nceruj IheAiin. Ainoiint
ol taxc.i due fur said vfir f2 0'v.
If. IHH'k, , Si c c c mi.
August (i, lata prsi'po ?U.
711 X' C0U.KV.niCA S.1LK,
In choctaw county miss.
I will oll'er for pale to th hidicM
bidder for rash at the rOint house
door ofchociii w t ouoiy mississippi, at
imeii.Niioroiign, oij iMoiicIay the 7th
day of November nevt flzios wiihi,,
the hours prescribed by law, the fol
lowing pronerlv viz: The west A nf
the s w 4 of hoc no 27 in township
no 2l north of range no 7 east, con
taining 79 92-100 acres, assessed as
being granted to and as the property
of R. T. Dryarley, and will be sold or
so much thereof as will satisfy the
state and county taxes due for the
year 18 11, and all legal costs that nm v
accrue thereon. Amount of taxps
due for said year, $1 57cts.
11. DUCK, Jl & ccc mi.
August 6, 1812. prs fee $1 1.
T.1X COLLECTORS S.U.E,
In choctaw county miss.
I will offer for sale to the highest
bidder for cash at the court house
door of choctaw county mississippi,
at Grccnsborough, on Monday the
7th day of Novemcer next (9,41
within the hours prescribed by law,
the following property viz: The
east J of the se and the w of the
s w i of sec no 28 in township no 21
north of range no 7 east, containing !
160 59-100 acres, assessed as being
granted to and the property ofR. T.
lirvarly. and will be sold or st mndi
thereof as will satisfy the state nnd
F
county taxes due for the year 184 1,
and all legal costs that may accrue
thereon. Amount of taxes dnr for
said year, SI Sli cents.
11. JJUUK,w?&cccrni.
August 6, 1842. prs fee $14
T.U' COLLECTOR'S SJLE,
In choctaw county miss.
I will offer for sale to the hiehest
bidder for cash at the court house
door of choctaw county mississippi,
ai ureensDorougn, on Monday the
7th dav of November next
within the hours prescribed by law,
tne ionowing property viz: The
south cast I of sec no 33 in townshin
no 21 north of range no 7 cast, con
taining 1G0 50-100 acres, assessed as
being granted to and as the property
of M. B.IIamer, J.R.Marshall and
L. M. Wiley, and will be sold or so
much thereof as will satisfy tlm shire
and county taxes due for the year
mil, and an legal costs that may ac
crue thereon. Amount, nf tn vps dim
lor said year 81 314 cents.
II. I3UCK, ?&cccmi
August 6, 1842. prs fee Sl4
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE,
I Choctaw County Miss.
I will offer for sale to thp. hiVht
bidder for cash at the court, lmn.
door ol choctaw county mississippi,
ai ureensoorougn, on Monday the 7th
day of November next. fIS4in within
the hours prescribed by law, the fol
lowing property viz : I he north west
i of the ne of section no 4 in town
ship no 20 north of range no 7 east,
containing 39 92-100 acres, assessed
as being granted to and as the proper-
nt T n n i ; i H .
iv ui ucksc i. jji acmes, ana win he
sold or so much thereof as will satisfy
uie state and county taxes riup. inr the
years 1840 & 1841. and all 1 07.ll Posts
that may accrue thereon. Amount of
i i
laxesuue ior said years, 5U cents.
: H. UUjCK, f &cccmi.
August 6, IS4'2. prs fee $14.
TAX COLLECTOR'S SALE,
I Choctaw County M issisMpm.
1 will offer torfl&le io thi hiirhpct hidrfpr rn.
rush at the court house door nf Choctaw countr.
."ii. aiureensnoroucn, on JUonday the Yihdiiy
or November next (1842) within tho hoiin pre-
SI'ribcil hv law. Ihn fnllmvinir nri-.nprtv v'tt- 1'h.
J - - - , o l r ' J "
south wset l of section nn 18 in township no
su norih ol range no 7 east, containing 159 69.
100 aprft. n4PRSPfl a orantpH tn snrl am tha
property of Orvull Carson, and will be sold or so
l .i c .
iiiui ii mereui as win smisiy me giaie aan roun.
ty taxes dtic for the year 1841, and all legal
cost thftt niAV arrriip ihprpon.
Amount of tixesdtie for the year 1841 l '3ljru
t N. BUCK. T A 6C C,C C Ml.
August 6, 1B42. 7 Ma prafet 14 dot.
7 A.1 cot.UicroiCi H i.i:.
In t Icm i tvy fiiuiiiy hr ',
1 will i Ib r fur mI io th I. t .
hldd' r fur 'ith itt ib ' 1 1 ,, ,
dn'if Iff I ll'M 1,1 W CiMHitV If i . ,j j
id (ifH I, il riridlh, Mi .Miind iy c.
7th diy t-f iS'mniibir i'tt (i-,
widiiii ih" tioiir jiff rib d by l.i
ibf (mIIhu prepf fly tij 'IIm-'a
4 of ibe n c n Vc no 'i I in (own liij
lio'Jll Imrlh of Mlitr'J II" II i nttni
laiiinii; Ml Ifi.Joo in rri, li: i i d h
lifiutj 'l.Hiti'd In mid H lb'' !'j.( rt1
of huac V, Wrj'. bl, iitid v id coil
or so liiilrh liter u ii i vi,l lali ly th
stnt nnd cminty taxes dm' ir th
voar IMI. find nil Ircrfit ro tM that nm
nccrue thereon j imioiint of i:xtn dii
or Mini year, ((l cents.
Jl. )t;CKf7&C(.'ini
August (J, 184'.' prs f e 1 1
TAX COLLEC'fOtt'S ,s.iu:,
ill choctaw county miss.
I will oiler for sain to the hi:die:
idd r for cash at the couit Ikmisi
iloor of choetaw eoiiuly mississijipi
at ureeiisnorougli, on JMoiiday th
7th day of November next (l.si;'
within the hours prescribed by law
the folluwiifr nrmirrl v viz : The I
of the s w i of sec no '3 in townshin
uo 'Jo north of rnng no II oust, cot.
Mining 80 Ifl-loo acres, iissesscd is
beinu; granted to and as thu nrrmcri"
of James Kelley, and will be sold o'
so much thereof as will satisfy the
state and count v taxes due for tin.
year 1811 and all legal costs that may
accrue thereon; amount of taxes due
for said year CG cents.
lI.BUCK,&ccciui.
August 6, 1842. prs fee 14
TAX COLLECTORS SJ1LE,
In choctaw county miss.
I will offer for sale to the highest
bidder lor cash at the court housi
door of choctaw county mississippi, ai
Grecnsborouch. bn JUondav the 711-
day of November next (1842) wi'thii:
me nonrs prescribed by law, theiol
lowing property viz r The n w 1 ol
section no 7 in township no 20 nortli
of range no II east, containing 15S
82-100 acres. Amount of taxes due
for 1841 $1 3li cents.
Also the w h of the sel and the
n e i of the s w i of sec no 7 in town-
ship no 20 north ol ranee no II east,
containing 119 87-100 acres. Ain't
of taxes due for Is 11, 98 cents.
Also the w J of the s w i of sec no
7 in township no 20 north of ranee no
1 1 . east, contnininer 79 )f-100 nerp
amount taxes due for 1841, 66 cents
all assessed as hino- ormif,i .- Aid
as the property or samuei JMorrow,
and will be sold or so much thereof oj
will satisfy the state and count v tnv.
es due for the year 184 1 . and ail IcmI
costs that may accrue thereon.
II. liUCK,.r?&cccrtii.
August 6, IS42. prs fee 21
TJX COLLECTORS SALE,
In choctaw county miss.
I will offer for sale to the lushest
bidder for cash at the courthouse
door of choctaw county mississippi,
at ureensoorougn, on .Monday the
7th day of November next (IS 12)
within the hours prescribed by law,
the following property viz : The se
i of the n w i of sec no 27 in towns'p
no 2 1 north of range no 7 cast, con
taining 39 96-100 acres, assessed as
being granted to and as the property
of James S. Gordan, and will be sold
or so much thereof as will satisfy the
state and county taxes duo for the
year 1841, and all legal costs that may
accrue thereon. Amount of taxes.
due for said year 783 cents.
n. UUCk, A &cc emu
August 6, 1842. prs fee gl4.
TJX COLLECTOR'S SJLE,
In choctaw county miss.
I will offer for sale to thp. bio-best
bidder for cash at the ennrt. ti
door of choctaw countr rnississmni.
at Grccnsborough, on monday the
rn day ol .November next (1842)
within the hours -prescribed bv'law.
the following property viz : The n e
i ot the swiof sec no 28 m towns'o
no 2 1 north of ranee no 7 east, con
taining 40 15-100 acres. Amount of
taxes due for the year 1S39 50 cts.
Also the n w i of section no 2S in
township no 21 north of range no 7
nil , M.viMnrtam' Tt f f -
uaai, cuutamuig idu ov-ivu acres.
Amount of taxes due for 1839 52.
Also th east I of the n e i of sec
no 29 in township no 21 "north of
range no 7 east, containing 80 21-100
a mno A niAiirv "1 J il .
iiuo. .iiiiiuuuv ui taxes uue ior me
year 1839 $1
AH assessed ashpinrt prnntpdrnnnd
as the property of Boiling C. Burnett,
and will be sold or sn mur.li thl
as will satisfy the state and county
taxes due for 1839, and all legal costs
that may accrue thereon.
14. BUCK, ?&cc.cmi.
August &, 1812. prs fee $21.
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