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Mrit A M t Annnn, author of "Tlrfc Skntrtin "F. K. F, ftmlitir nf The MRrriRgFi of Couvmil. cunt, itf , Mri Aim S Sif)him, Hufhorof 'M'iry flrrwrrl." tc Uniilpt wili known k nnlvrnlly pnpu liir wrltffi, mnny mioiiyinuti) cmlritii'itocr of liitinguithed moril funii.li nitlci fur tit eri v ev try number, ifciuic( Smicfiifimcnti In the drpartmem of A'ngrnvingn, it ii wj mhiwii hihi uranitmi Miignxineha lar mirpmised nv iirriodicol work avir nnhll,.l 'I I,.. i.:..k t ambition ofrivnl piil)iiiBr iecmi thin fr to nv oetn to mnintAin iTsppciiibls imitation cflhe numerous coly and lieuutiAil workl of art wnn wnicn tha i'ecessive numbers of ihii journ al have been grnced. In the oourw of the sue ceeilmg volume nintij importpnt now iPHtnros win oo iiiinioucen. a II I Au & SaDD. tlm mott celebrated mrmiotint ENGrAVErs in the union, K ecpialiofilie hettin Kurope, will con tinue to furnish their exquisito prndtictions; & miwnon, ivricnt i Hatce, I'aiker, Dirli . 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The Proprietor being more desirous of presen ling the Best and ATost Beautiful than the cheapest work in the country, and anxious to bring it within the reachall, offers the Mowing as the lowest TErma at which it ',can be afforded -'-Single Copy,, $3, ln .d.tnee. i.ouis vn,u:, m iss. SATVM'ftAV, N"iv.:mk III, I h I Clllt lUT COURT. Tlio Circuit Court, Jtttlao llt-ntictl e rt-"idi n fr, cIimimI it'i HrHcion for the lrcxciit ti-nn, in iliis place on cl" iK'silay list. lli t Wfrn Iml f,'r iffiscs In M V, I'M. .v .. - - ... po.xc of, of any kind, find but otic of any important; which w;is tins case of the State vs 1J irg' tn, for negro steal ing, when after a fair investigation of the lucid, he was acquitted bv the ja rv. ST AT 15 A Gl'R'Ur.TUIU ST. I till' luff lllljll f I II lilt M III' II nVI f- whclfiiril Willi il' l'f, llntli wli il I'Ml I . . I I I 1 1 1 1 1'' fill II lll'lf I l. I .. .. . , - TMMtm.h nrlilli iImi ainv "....... . m. j, mi,,... IIOW Mfi; Is Til Kit K INA . , . ....llriiiiiiltlilllJiii,ell,, I.....I.I.I.J ....... lllltlnrllllM' Mllll lll'llll'lil 1 1", li.tpMlH' lilUK llll'l I II,'. Il 1,' lltlU I'M t hit in, o itii.l w iil,'ili,e. Tlin Ui.i- I'tfil Si iti I!. ink, ly l rlii lii' In I .. .. f , a i ' mill ll. iirwi r N alim of IIm I ni"ii. a:i. ' nit omnin tlioiii fur 1 1 , lie;n)lintinii of thrlr uni, led them to the roMlilictl of piarlii al rrpildnt' liiiti for the pn. triil in which we find (lii'in, Th it the ( Jovertiinont of lit 1 Unite I $lafr., in a time of p, if H peace, mill with no occasion l"r ex traordinary expenditure", camnt he hroii''lit into it Miiiilar ctaidilion thro' the iinorovitlctico ol tho-o who no fjillretl power hj fnle r prt'Miala- Indis ii truly loriunato lor the naiion at arirO lortunalo for the tax-pav is. lliotijrli not alloiri'tlier eratellll to tiio tax-t en-iUtners. Pcnnbuiuan. n.iri V ifiiiin 'inn in i r um nifh i ti vu. otr.-afrr aiiimil Mrnulh that ever I ' ., en. ,f.-rr.nr.! rvniif.ii. A ll.i.J,, ' , . " ?"f' "r ",,M"M "n,t,,"'( iluniiitilive. n..1.,,i,,,vn UI... . ' '' to "''"' I,,,,,,,,'.!.,. ... i .... . .... i . nv, liill'', (i l i yoiti!' lf()V Tilt: JJ.VNKi AHU ilAI) " la t!ie yearls.il, it pit-used their hih rmlituicsses, tnc gentlemen ot our I.rgislature, to charter this Bank ns a snug, quiet little shaving shop, with capital of $X)!),l)00; hot it ould not move until an amendment or so roun- i.i i ... i t . i i.r i i i , dm t ie suart) corners, ana made lue Ave have received several numbers ' , . , 1 1 . . : . . charter acceptable to n certain cap- nn A irrirn Itn r:i I mnnthlv ik.i'I,-..! I. I . ... . , . n .i 1 of an Agricultural monthly periodi cal, bearing the above title, publish ed in Nashville Tenn. and frorn our partial examination of the work, hive no doubt that it would he of immense ralue to the planting community of Mississippi, the price for the Volume for 1313 having been reduced to SI. it is in the power of eveiy farmer to supply himself with a copy of if, For full parti-ctrlars see prospectus on our first page. NEW Oj'I LEANS MARKET, Wo give below the prices of the most important articles of consump tion in this section of country, taken rom the New Orleans Picayune of the 7th inst. Flour -s3 87 a 4 for superfine. Pork SI to 9 tier Hid. nirnr,l! to quality. Heef S ) t 7 " UncoilHams 7i a 9c. rmv.ist.d 8 & Si Sides 5 & 5i Shoulders li & 5e. per pound. Laid Gi & 7c. per lb. IiuCrinir western. 1:1 telle. nrr , ' ' i Uale Kope western. f te fi npr lb. ' AVhiskey lloclified 20c. pgn. on. Salt 123l ner sack of 4 bush els. Coffee 7i to 9c. per lb. lb. Candles sperm; 2. to 27c. per Rice $3 50 to S3 T5 ner hundred bs. Cotton extreme nrirns. A 1.2 in 0 1-2 Susrar ha per pound. Molasses lOi to 13c. per gal. Two $5, Ouu Ckedit Abroad. Tiie Diil urc of the agents of our National Go vernment lonegoMate a loan in Eu rope, (of which iutellirence w re. ceived by the late arrivals,) is consid ered by some of our contemporaries as an unfortunate circumstance. We cannot so view it. It will create a necessity for that retrenchment and economy which wip-lit to have li.pn ftdopfed voluntarily beore tlm law or the loan was passed. II.nl lh Whig Congress and Administration, at their first accession to nowef. mm. sued vigorously the system of re trenchment which they had promis ed, and which had been commenced by Mr. Van Buren's Administer ion and had they, as soon as the deficien cy of revenue to meet the expenses appeared likely to arise, adontu .-. - 7 f - . tarllf increasing the duties in a ip.w sonable and equal ratio, instead of 4 talis:,' who came nil the way lioni Boston. "Well, on IhelCthMay, 1S33) the books were openetl in l'ensaco!a,nwl dosed ngflin; Wal er Gregory suh sci ibiiiL' for 1.7U3 shares, eleven res- ide ils ot Pensacola (to ,ualify them selves for directors) 45 bliares, and 250 shares were graciously reserved lor the Territory. As an instalment on this subscription Grecorv denos ited $ 5,SC0 with a since broken brok er of Mobile; and the enormous sum of one hundred ani eight ij dollars be ing paid into the Bank, she commenc ed the manufacture of shinplasters With a nominal paid in capital of it tot thousand dollars. You see the advantages of encouraging eapilal !ts' to come into the country! Mf. uregoiy was encouraged! 1 ho char-' ter was amended so as to exactly fit his $7,t!0', which he drought not to Florida, but to Mobile; and in a short time, a President of the li ink, enabled to inform llie Lc nislrtlure that he had put into circulation pa per money to the amount of seven!; unr lions md four hnadrc I and e!rhty sevi n dollars. Tfah did the 'capital ist make, money plenty? "In lo3;, a gnuid scheme wa pro- clinch, Nat niniii a p.tckims hotuut mi the niilewulk, ill limit el it flop ilimi . . i . ... ... , mi llie lovee. Aliollier mail lieretl-I'-au Irani,! wai striding immuuI iI.iwii, n-.vearintf roundlv nt the little fellow. mid exhibiting every nymptom of rngtj nun imy. I lie inigu bully ,.at the awiniii notts wild a thick Mick lhat II'! hdd in his haml. anil e.-imt jdances like howiu knives at his quiet opponent on tlio box. What the of fence or cause of quarrel was we made no oll'ort to ascertain, hut mere ly paused uii instant, attracted by the oddity of the seeno. The big fellow seemed to he a rough boatman, and his abuse of the other was interlarded witli most out rageous vulgarity and blasphemy. fy , mister, I'd like to wring the necks of a dozen like you before breakfast," said the burly boatman. 'Sorry you can't be gratified," re sponded tiie little fellow, in a calm, quiet, cool and collected manner, and every tone he uttered was a satirical dagger to the other. "By ,Ican wring your neck, any ho'.v." 'For the matter of that so could a child, if a child could be brute enough to do it." "D n you, you're not worth flog- lllll' til- lllil l l ill.i w.,1 Iii .. nut mi we once M-n Munrlbiiig ts fflUL'! "Vou are, and that's all you are worth." "Maybe yonl like to llog me?" '-Well, I would." "Do it." ''Can't aint c-ot strenc-th wish f 0- 0 - - -could, my friend, you shouldn't wait long tor it." "Vou nunv part of a man. I could .,., x annihilate you withasingle blow." "Wiio said you couloir tr' "I'm a man. sir.a man!" said the. boatman, making a demonstration of striking the lame iellow. "Any man who strikes a little fel low is a coward," mildly yet pointed ly replied the young man. "Do you call me a coward?" roar ed the bravo, growing still more furi ous. " Yes, if you strike nic!" replied the poor cripple, in a cool and determin ate manner that was cleetritymg to iected lor building a city at Pens tco-: l,em. i hi, of ubotit two miles square, lo con-1 "Then d n me if 1 don't!" shout- Ui2UJ,UtU nihauila'ils, and a rail-1 eJ the other, bursting into n perfect ma loni it, through Alabama, to all , phreuzy, and darting at the cripple, parts of the Union. All lhat wasj Thu weak and emaciated young w.imfui especui:.y 10 eieuic iue in-, iellow, as his enemy approached him; ha'dt tnts) was a bank charier. Ac-jlaCreiy curled his haggard features 7 1 1 V lPi;t . IdJUilJg I'UIHIC l KJ ItAir capital for making the ruihoud. "On the 21st February. Mr. Gi al - UI Ullllil J till VI ory subscribed all the new stock (-3,-iner so curious. excilo tlm ritihiliiirn of tlmMi ofa more eduto temj.enuiient (hi,u we r bh'SMe.l with. It occurred iu a mariiiiiir, town iu Now England. Ifiilnediately nftcr the fiervle.e thy, comfortably clad young man, t n.iviiK tiiuapnearnucooi an ngricub 1 turai i.ioorer, led up iiirouqii tlte1 ai.tlo f tin! chnrcli, toward 4 tlm minifiter, a giil attired in bridal robes of vestal whiteness. There they were about to cuter into ' A cii.UMCt of rtenm I bond nf Jove , Coiiliiiiieii hy iiiiiiuitl juinder of tlm hamli, At'Dntcd Uy the holy close of lips, Mn-iiKthem-d hy intwclmnjemi'iit of rings, And nil tl.s ceremony of tha ntunisec cuin pucti" when a man, old but healthy, dressed as a sailor, hnrriexllv nterl lm church, and making up with all his speed to where the parties were as sembled, he bawled out, in a voice as shrill as a boatswain's whistle "Avast, there! avast! Mr. Chan-. lain this pretty bit of bunting of I mme, pointing to ttie bride, "snail ! never be spliced to a rope's end like ! this, that is only fit for oakum" al- j hiding to the bridegroom. J j " What do you mean, good man?" j said the minister, in a calm, Quiet''! tone io inc intruder. "What do you mean' by thus irreverently interrupt ing the ceremonies?" and thinking he had silenced the old man, he went on ivith the marriage. "Martha May wood," he asked, "art thou will ing to take Peter Skunk for your wedded husband?" ' Oli, hold on to your helm there, Mr. Chaplain," said the son of Nep tune, "I say again I'll not stand it. Bill Mavwood is not the man t dif fer such a disgrace as that. What. your reverence! permit mv daughter here, for whose sake 1 weathered many a hard gale, to marry Skunk! skuuk:: rcter sicunit.'!! JNo shiver :nv timbers if ever such a namn shall disgrace the figure-head of any craft oi mme. tome aion?. ft nrt h: while vour old father lives, nt Ip.isK you may feel certain of having a safe uaruor; bin even were it not so, I would sooner see you cast on the world's ocean, without chart or com pass to steer bv. than ll.lVfl vnii en j eed on to a man of the name of Skunk I Peter Skunk!! pho!!!" J He minister remonstrated; Mar tha presented a petition thrnno-h lwr eyes, to be permitted to marry Peter, and poor Peter looked more foolish than any conceivable object in cren- was in- that i-tha look- the 11th Decern shares with the i i -. i ii , iu,aiiu uiiii icier inouffiit ne cafri woiid witnessed so sudden and extra- L.i i.: .i i ,5 , cain rcg- ordinary an clfect produced in a m-ui ".giuer away Deiore tile ccrc- t s oi amaiy an cucei prouuee l m a nan- mony Wils consummated. ii. i.in ,,'Pmmr AvJ,. i '.1 a in 1 . ,v ... ' .. J, w, ed t.'.at the old man had inst andeil '. " ,ou muttering oauis as ne uisappearcd ; ,inr fmm ,,r e . ; 'capitalists' Thomas ar0Ull(j the c3ornf,r 11 n Porl 1101 a voyage from the East i , ...'. , . Indies: and having heard of Martha's rZi contemplated marriage, and to whom. er. and W. II. Chae. At this time.! X' . Y l 11 1 " he 0l med to forbid the bans, eiOOOO was nominally paid up; , one-third was in promissory notes, nt ,i;n; .niMnLi L a., ? Niakspeare was ; at fault Whefi he u-ver vet hon n. 1. . . 1,1 ,f " said there is nothing in a narne: at now, we cotuu noi iei n pass. 'iC. ,0.,s. so Pfitp unc rr' tn f -wa uiiviiik lkj 4VUUVI1 V believe. Pic. Biddle, Elieu Cliancery, Samuel Jan don, Charles A. Davis, S. V. S. Wild- that have never vet been paid "On the 18 h of April. 1835, the bank is ucd 500 bonds of $1000, en dorsed bv Jo in II. Eaton. Governor of the Territory, which Went into the hands oi the 'capitalists above mentioned, who disooscd of them. and remitted the fund, which ena bled the hawk to mike adva-icei to the railroad until they amounted to $59,013. The railroad company employe,) surveyors and engineers un tilthe funds were exhausted, before they had completed one foot of the road. Thus then, stands the bank. Thus then, stands the bank. Ii advanced to the railroad company . ' I aUIWiTw a,iii4i niw u,'l IU1 II I Ul t.;U IH7iltl postponing the measure with a view 60ld and the capital paid up, which to futvr. fiifl lrjii!i,i in ....... i i. I . . '. . '. 7. uuiiiu io was entirely dissipated) wttli the ex Ifie lana aiStllhlllirrn nrnmfl I Kn.. . r'.i.. i. i i . . the land distiibution project, there would have been no nemesifr nt nTl for asking for the new loan. Some consider it both Hesimlilr and a proofof prosperity, to have the credit of the Guvernmcnt stand high ceDtion of what miizht be oblained I n - hy the sale of some of the materials. The bank has a large amount of bills nfl jat, and nothing whatever to meet thm, except a few worthless noles tf individual. The intere?t (amounl VEaACITV OP THE WhIO PkESS. i The extent to which the Whig: press es carry their -misrepresentations is Decision in Bakkrtjptcv. In a exemplified in the following extract case of bankruptcy in Charleston, on ! ajuii.li w "goiijg uiu rounus." me syui int., ins nonor judge un- "In fact to prove corruption and christ decided that an assignment auu.j um Btiuuguieu ute auraims-tra-imacie m coniempiauon oi bankruptcy tion (of Martin Van Buren) in the or insolvency (a conclusion drawn a nocuous ot mat powertul and disci- lrom the deed itself, and the circum plined corps, which is the main sup- stances attending its execution) giv- port ot those m power." Jon C ing a preference to one creditor or set Calhoun. of creditors over another, constituted iow it does so happen that Mr. an act ot bankruptcy, and rendered Calhoun never was an opponent of the assignors liable to be declared in Mr. Van Buren's administmtin. voluntary bank runts. The moment that Mr. Van Buren , : ' T ... inc Cincinnati uazette, oi tne aoin it, l. ,,.,i 1. c r x uuiiaicu uiuiauii in iu.vur 01 a senara- . l i . Tilinsf.. Sec.OlliI onllinn' nnnniinra nn nun ui u.iint. uiki oiate, wnicn ne uiu :.. ' .: . ......w.... - at a special session of Congress, held 1 le '"tbonty of a letter from Detroit, a few months after his election to the v1 of the Hon. Mr. Woodbridge Presidency. Mr. Calhoun, true to U. S. Senator. The Detroit paper is.ith make no mention of tin; ofthp stepped forward to the sannort of his '!lc, a,,tI wc presume the report is in- adiiiinisti-.itioii. COITCCt.