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............. , . . . . -.!.!. to 11 ,wv r V'r Louisville, m ihh. HMnMMMMMIMIMMMMa SATunnr, Drut! ? t n r, m 31, I Mia. 'Mf.-.ww" -.'-,;;, (.:- -iff "" CSrllctoi mhr tlm Oba qinei Dr. Ni'tonK'tVn. which will i-o-i lively take place on Numbiy th c,f January, l8l3lj.crhijWc't' Tin: fuEsinnNTs mis age. We have riccivnl cvciiil exchan ge s containing the M "ge, but froni our limited paC", wo are un ble lo rub ishit; in Tact, wo love tot had time to give, it but h p artial t-xaminn. lion, therefore we are unable t judge . of its merits, welnay, perhaps make some comments hereafte r. 03-We rail the at'entioii ol out readeis to an article from the N. Y. Journal of Commerce, in to-days pa per, headed "Exchequir Plan." : PROSPECTUSES. We call the attmtion of the read ing public, to several prospectuses, on pur first page this week. CONGRESS. . Congress has again convened, nnd wc discover that Jvhn Qincy Adam has commenced his old game of trou bling that body with In Abolition petition?. Mr. Benton has intro duced ft bill in il e Senate, to repeal the Bankrupt law, nothing of gteat important ha-V at our last advict s been done in either llon-e. Gentleman's Fashions ior 1S43. To kep away from the gi.og shops to join the! Temperance society stick to it closely o to church and subset ibe for the Messenger, and pay for it in advance. ; , GR AYHAM'S iivif an.-- MVGAZINE.FOR 1813. Wn hnve b for us in advance of the time, this most spl ;ndi I peri di cal, for January, 1M3. ,We are at a lass for suitable diction with which t compliment the enterprising pr-jpr e- tor, suffice it to say, if is the mosi splead d work of the kind we have ."..an Vx-aA ie. nleasure of perusing. .nv - -1 . Its matter is all original, and from tie pens of American writers; the work is embellished with several of ;tle mrsl excpii ite steel plate engra vings we have ever beht Id, nttat bed to a periodical of any kind previous, ly, together with the fashions for Jan uary. We were arti ularly efruck with a Mezzo inl ei graving, by the Vlebra'tcd artist Sarta'n, "The Co--quelte,'' which surp ttsses an) thing of Jc nd we have seen. We would mot hcaitily rec om- ..f A i tc on1 A mpiirnik litfra!urc U! 11 III; f I VJ) A specimen copy of the work can he seen at this effice; Persons d piroua to subscribe to the 'iVlagaziue, can do so Ly depositing tic money with U', ami we will take pleasure in ob taining the frank of the Postn aUer et this place, and remit their subscript tion (o the proprietor in' Philadelphia, forth with," Terms, single copy $1 two ronlen' ft)P S5 aiiv lartT r number in ------ -w - v v fc proportion. "The Vespkuus." We acknow'. edge the receipt of the third -'number of a very spirted iitteiary paper, un. der the above title, published weekly in quarto form, in the city of Boston, for which we are obliged lo the pro priet or. EXCHEQUER PLAN?. We perceive, by the note ofpiep" a rat ion which is sounding from vari ous quarters, that "the regulation, of the currency" is to come up fresh a gain f r discussion and action. The arR talking about supporting K Ill' 1(1 M ' Ml to I I k t t , if w" J i mil il in fin l bctfiiHlut.t u mi hi ... . i i.i lull- l.riit l II b In t' r h a ii ' at profi t, rrei " r awn it n, iMii r lin l o if 1 1 i' ion h hi -t U'll.iU.f ill till II ft I H a lrn il fi l.ti'): ! ihi f?-Mi Ill l ,H Hlrt hf fit Mi I ii t when hi! ninth! oil ll.ini. Tin Mf i en ith il I.i nuiiie ni,i-ldi i- ion mi i Ci iiiini i f tin if i'H in a ii I In 'fmc L iimlirMmn iiiirii'pi to re: i i hi m, i r ohftriii t lln I n," ial -i ,.ih,; wo'.iM ih will In lOdM.'er w ik he pi'lshi rd il the nilh nil- I ke'j in inn ei d In n ti t ' i h l'i' i Maker. We have i'oi e curb s: i ii i wi.yj hui Mtrwuik I n I" i Ir1 ken lo pu!C., uil we are i ow fiiflei mg the j'ii puiii-liiiii nt of our f l!y Immedi.itet of er h gn at ngul.. lor hei ami- tlionanjil)' diu ihlrd, aiiil the y-t in ol r g'll.iiion a im h Ii ilrelv annihilated, the laws oflrndi (as they Ore t mi d) began their n toling irocc s. l or iwoort'ree years, the p oies-i ef reM( ration has "been going on, and the work i i ahm.st comlettd. iSoomlness las been r it rid to the ruin-icy ti lough .ill t! e Atl ntt c Ma es, ami ;he Gull f Mcx'ko, Alabamionh r nu ih "if sound, and I er day of iecoeiy i t hand. When the regu'atois ol XNew Oihaas broke dow n ,t yme and uj n a gieat emeige ty, the lawsi o, tiadc applied an install ninety. TI rce millions of specie weie hur ried to that point with as much de spatch as ever a -geiuml marched f S 1 1 1 OopS to Slippoit a biokeii wh g of liis army; and now all is cpuiet a ai . lfj,o ly tin- laws of trai.e can be kft to perfect the w r.i of re.-10'a-tion,it Will be inci mparably soundn and safer tl.au ii braught at out by a regulator. Ntoi.l; is there a ph.) bi ral restotaiicn in the at :u 1 existence t fa foaud curre. cy, but ihe moral & lot llci tual dibease i f ihe llblic have beeneuicd. Sentiment lias become sound. If niw e can le wise e iiough to b lievelhat the laws width have brought order out i f c i f sioii, are eornpeu i t lo preserve tlie od r iheyh.tvu esh.bished, we shall le wiser than a.,; past line i.as beei hcmi,dhasco.,.encaiiy,1gh..Whi,t ; want isimihimr i.na the n'ans propssed are as near not ing as ps;- tiie. 1 he) are not, therel re, partu - ularly dangerous;; hu., so far as they nave any einci, . wm w i .uroi.s. j lheCove.mei..8hoU!dl.avci.otl.iig: ,o do wuh txeha'.g.s. Al I H . . prop- ,Iy to care or, is the cohet fug, I Mife-kceping, and disbuiSa g of its rev enue. "Any exchequer wli. h h uld go in to practical opeiation would be a dan gerous thing whenever the Gt-vcrn-ineil thoulj be pre.-setl lor immy, II large amounis of specie s .taihl In accumulati d iu d posite, the Admin istiaii.n would, upn an emergence, always find excusi s lO" usi .g that spe eie, latl er ll.an to impo.-e taxes; and the public would tl ink w ell ol it. An oli er ready icady would be t . i.-sue of cerlilit ate? ol deposit', when no depo-if s l.a I aciuidly b ;i ii na ic. Governiiieuis always hive, aid al ways will refOrt 10 the means t f micI eS'ahlishmelts when the mean? ofthe Goveinment run Ioa-. 'Ihi-ie will ht no cheek upon the power t Conjires in this respect. L would not, like a na'io. al dank, he a coi iiact will, i ectntJ f ar1), whomiiht eonsiihet' aboijt cnangts, hut tie -whole t ing would be aeroatme cf Congr s-.to l m ideaml alteie I and used at its plea sure. In good limes, it m;g't wort to erably well; I u, in l ad timts. il would be almost cirtain to do mis chief. N. Y. Journal of Commerce A COMPASSIONATE JUDGE. A very learned and c- nij)assionatt judge in Texas; on pai-sing s'n tenet oil John Jones, who had been convic ted of murder, concluded his reu ml. as fo lows: :The fat t i--, Jones, th Court did nt intend to oi dec )0 i i be executed before next Snr n;, lei tne weatner s very cold om jar, tin fortunately, is in a very had cm d. ii n inui h ol tae glass in the ui do v Another a.ch .evulsion a, we are ! away from Ii juor - f of jhn N. Rock . t9-uV now enduiiiig, could never again oc-j l.,tf.hr.Uprce-a . ...nkey n, vir , in Block ro 4, in the N E ' granted lo him. , ,- . -. , Jr.iieats ihe aiuinit,nd h Jnckans foi no , in uiot k. iu t, m mwi The various v n whirl, are now! y far loo -b. n,.ble to enur a Ui , .n not tT taxes b cts; taxed F e E i of the $ w I of see 3, in l 1 hLVr ,.ou! ; ! ... dis L,, ,,,01, Wn Hui.-' a the p-oeerty of Davis N Bell. township 1 4. north ol range eleven E, iriiriii i tru i. i n piiiivw i in... . nn iiiui i r - 1 br k n the chimne)S an in UC a dilapie'ated s ate. hat i o firo t an In made to rend r)ovrpartm trscom ft rlahle; betid s, owing to ihe gres t number of prisoners, not n e than 1 blanket can be allowed to each; t. sleep soundly and comfoitably there fore, will be out of the qnesil n. In consideration of these ciieumManre?, . i - , - ..:..,' . J- " . . v '' . mi . ha i I h !-. ,,,,).', i Mm y ol in p .t,,l, la.') o.'l i J'H " ,.t tl ii -iiin.ro inn i ' t I., ki n 1" " , ih. . h. i Ml iiiI nm k'lwyt'i - ,V if lining C'.utirr. oii;iii;i iiiniu.nm. 1 t to toon. tf ot.r f eMliig nave I . m uj"i" in d . rip lai t.l the goo.l t(f) fill t. . Iom ...o.l, than 'a nac ' hntti .tltii. A rdrwd S 0..I1 w. ii ii ii, . y lie nil ne t'f h'j Aldili, t HI, hi, lie l a hi) h';-nb. All Ih ii inei.ii U4i ii on ill: h oet ii'i i weri ,.p, ne.l, bul mnl l C loiii.d no rein 1 l e gib flu die d d o n ing I I . liaotli fell, a il Mania tf l.f j mil t fr.an t'ly.i. ulal t u-t e. h-i a dei ti O tXll.itl the hull.i Hg tiioill) tin hill hu iiMVio, I'll ovtlnUd .lull hiriuives wer. u e ,u It bin tt'm to ll.eo o aiioii, unl i she taw it pc , f rmed on tun e on t lso fn ! lie IvW fiitnds admit ed into ti.e tain ta an ol her lunor n t.kt d aghast at i Ins detar a ion. tat hexp ctmg to h. called, but aft t tin sil i ce of a few niiliutes m.d no one olh ii i;, 'he d hi orJ Arden that In- imi-i h ve a to ah r.ike aii. t .i s e n i ht judge f uii his ii annerol suppi rti: g :hcopen.tion ilshetouid go ll'ii ugu il. lie ap peartd amazingly diM oaeei led: h i a lew hi) fic SiUi nr.tnistxp.isiu I. .lions having ad d le ir II (yinela dy, the ohetlieni hu baud SubinMted, ..in! a line M ini i t . tli whs i xtrae ed from hi jaw, after whi- h, she declar i l9 -i IimI hh' i a I S i n enough to con vince In r that he cou'd not undergo a find ar operation.' Saturday Courier. 'Wltre are ) on bound, Ja k?'" a ked B"ii Bowling of his bip mat . "To C! us An, futt. and then to Ilav Aniia,'' answeicd Jack. "Doer your dog take the wattr?" aid a gentleman to a iu t c, w ho had a wat. r spa iel following him. "Why,).?, sir, if tlit y put meat ii.'t," w as f e reply. IIot;S, MoNhKVK, J ACHATES AND f ?'e,St'8 ' . 1 ,rsL?.1T! w ''ich is the m.g s nsible iinin.nl, the Jackass or the man Knou,no. "Wol y !n Cin.ile' - 'on s (. , WaI;e,, hjlu a b.ew- e am) t mU eg?e t ., t!rnnk 0ll ,e,,v.nd reMna-hed ihmMUlmo nng wlc, ,, alkeJ ofr n I ha-i io w .. lsat , i;,K,.luoJ -sinc, pity it iMhat some of t.ur two legged donkiy had not a little of hU sense. On the t vetting ol ihe Idih ins! , Mr. John RiciiEa, tj MissELiz.via.Tn Johnson, both ol this place. N K V A 1) I fcit'i ISEM KNTS. " ' ' " 11 " PUBLIC NOTICE. npiIK tOMtISSIONEHS p- IL I ointedundiranact of Conarrt S3 to ex mine c rt i'n claim" arising out fttit Ira yof D neingR bbitCreek.j m de and emend into b 'tween tin; United S a'es unci the Chotfiw Iadi-! ans, in the Stile of Mississippi, will meet foe ih- tt' n.adion of business at or in ar IIo-pau-k, in ti e ( .otiniy f L ake, on the third Monday of his mo oh, b' lti '. th 19th- day of Pec mb r, h-n a-d where those iutt r sted can att nd. Freetraders 03The several p i e sin t!-L Sta e are retail s d to g ve the j.b v- iwo inseit'o s nd preen t tier a emus to the S cretiiy of he Boa id. "2l 2 . BIS. OLUTION. rlIIE COPAItTNE tSIIIPh r j. tt fort? xis. n j; ' etw en th sub scribers ui dr tie nmr. fi m aid ly.- of Be, ill & I fa dy. is ih s ' tiaj 1 feso'vi d i y mu ual e wseni. A I o rsons ind lit d to aif film, wil p'es-'mak;- payment to J ,mes B vill & Son, by whom the busin ss ol the concern will here; Iter h co: tl - d. antl wlo aln' art autho iz d settle ihe business of the Hi in ol B .ill& Hudy. , : J( II T A.I EV LL. Jt II JILIIAKDV., Wcs' port, ML Dec. 2, IS4'2. OtrThe Columbus Democrat wil a-ive the above thiee insertions, an toward accouut to this e-flke for pa not. 24 3t IK & Iilrly.N iffiWiMiM-n nmn " i i. . i ...i ii v nr. i.ot i't n l H S "' ' ' ,..' r kiVi n H n i ' i ; . h- i.ii-r wo"hl pre i r I ir In, t ii in to gti ioinfl ml''" 1,1 11 tj.n t). I'or brin.t Jph l III Il'ce. - . r i ...... v ii ii. TAX KlU.ll Ti'UViMAhi:, M l.r. .1 innvrifi Ml 'iv I I'll. 1 WW A, e om! In pul'lie ale, In I... Injli. 't linhr, hr t-ueli, at I c iM.r.tii.u to nt lbu.i-,td uhmU l O;!',jtn Ihe. "d dayofJpriL itinU lai- bun is, aid in tla mint r pi-in ri-ad In, luw, I -e f l,n ii ir il. .1 i till- d irrc H or i.nice.soi la i ...i.it hi ml toiintv. or to much hormfiis will he HiiUii m to miiih .ho state ami county taxisduo It run ear 1S-I' and uho, all leg"! s fc. charges that may accrue thereon to-wi'i : The South haifofs-c 12 T U Jl It . otiiainiug llt acii.-, inme or Is-. Arnoiitil o. t.ixesduo tlieret.ii, 1 91 1 U taxed as the pioperiy olJan.es ill . and was originally grant d lo him. Also, ih following lot- in thoToWi of Louisville, to-wic Lot No. '2 in Bh ck No. 2 in tin A E square ot saidtovn. Anejnn ui UXi. 8 due thi ieon, 18 ;5-4 ce ts. , I ot No. 6 in Ll .t k No. 2 in the n qv Ami. ol taxes due lln reoii 9 I 4 rt lis all taxed as the property of A. '. Walters. Lot No. 8 ;n Block No. 2 in ihe ne sir. Anil, of taxes due tlieieon, 7 l-2 c- nis. Lot No. ti in Blot k No. 2 in then e squar. . Ami. of taxes due ihereon, IH tents. all f ixed as the piojerly ol John II. Buekiitr. Lot no in Block no 4, in ihe N Fint cmiarer Amullnt if laC8 due A 1 1 ereon Hi ten s, taxe l as the prop erlV of Jesse R. Davis, ht no v., in woe no , I.U.C .i I " "'4 .llVn 4 ln",e o Rsnnare: a'n t oftaxe- 45 cts. tax- j ed as the propi-rly of J s'liia Leach, 1 L-.t . o 5. ia Block 4 in the ft K sqV amount t f taxes ?i cts. Tax. d as the i , rop,.riv of Lorsen Wagers. ' ' . , Ki rwl. hno in,e Lot " ' 1l;,1Clfak ' ,? "n, f : "nount o tax. s lo ctnl taxed as the properly of 1 hou as El - on' ! JOHN W. HUDSON Tax Collector, II'. C. De c. 24 th I KM. 7 tds. 7 .tiM'OU.EL TUlSS SALE, In Winston County, Mississirri. I WILL expose to public sale, to the highest bidder for cash, at the door ol the eoni t-h use of Win- ' ston County, j On Monday the 6th day of March, 1843, withiu the hours, "and in the manner prescribed by law, the fol- lowing described tracts or parcels of land situated in said county, or so much thereof as will be sufficient to satisfy the State and County taxes due therou for the year 1842, and a Lso, all legal costs and charges that may accrue, to-wit: The SE i of sec no six, in town ship fifteen, north of range ten east containing one hundred and sixty three acres, more or less. Amount of taxes due thereon, one dollar and twenty-one and three-fourth cents taxed as Ihe property of Thomas G Blewett, antl wan originally gianted to him. The S W i of sec six, in townsliip tilteen, north ot runge ten east, con laiuiiigon' hundred and sixty-lhr e teres, more or less. Amount of lax :.sdun thereon, one dollar and twen 'V-one and three-fourth cents. The N Wi of sec eight, in town Hp fifteen, north of range ten east, ."ontauiiugone hundred and fifty-nine teres, more or less. Amount of taxes Ilia thereon, one dollar and nineteen umtsi; taxed as the property of Joseph LelhincL. and was originally granted V nun. ;rTlw'E i ofthe N E i of sec eleven, I ,. . yy 1 1 towiisiup ntteen, nortn w rane ti east, containing seenty-nine la res, more or less. Amount of taxe ue ihereon. fifty-nine, cents. The El i of sec three, in township T 11 v i'i n, iit rl i of rr t gi In mum, mi, loioir: Ihiir huiiilfiil ami I w inly , inotK rl 'M, Amount of ni ii4 therron, livo d:liir tiaj f.n . ii 'i. Ilif U I of lit N W I ofMrtilir.,, In tnwii'lilp niin-eii, iimili of riiii,t lcntn,C'ninhiItigslghljr ttcrp, uuirt i !. Ariiotiiil uf Uir t'ut tlirc m, sixty runt 1 1 inl i th property if John II iiiiih,ml wtii nrlginolly Milled In liim. TIi Wl ohlm H Wl ofMC 1.1 it Inwiixhlp iiiteerif nortli of ri'njt en rn.if,coiilaii)lng righly fterrn,tnom nrh'M, Amount of taici duo there .hi, ttiity enh. Tim N w i of fee H'veiitetn, in ownihip Mxteen, noiiliof rnngts lm n M, containing one hundred and nit y ucres, inure or lo . Amount of luxes ihio ihennn, one dollar S' twen ty ciitnt taxed us ihe property of .lohn V. Levy, and was originally granted to him. The S vv I of sec 33, in town, -hip sixteen, north of range ten east, ontainingone hundred and sixty a res, more or less. Amount of taxes hie thereon, one dollar and twenty nis; taxed as the property of Clark I). Parks, and was originally granted him.. The N E k of sec thirty, in town ship 16, north of range 10 east, con taining one hundred and sixty acres, more or less. Amount of taxes due thereon, one dollar and twenty cents." The wet of the S E i of sec 30, in township 16, north of range 10 E. containing eighty acres, more or less, Amount of taxes due thereon, one dollar and twenty cents; taxed as the property of Warner T. Boiling, and was originally granted to him. The E I of the S w I of sec 7, in township 13, north of range 11 east, containing eighty acres, more or les Amount of taxes doe thereon, 1 dol lar and twenty cents; taxed as the property of William M. Cozart, and was originally granted to him. . The west i of the S E i of sec 33, in township 1 3, north of range 1 1 1), containing eign.y acres, more or les. ei Amouut 0f ,axes due thereon, sixty i . I 7n " V."' ---- - va '' V4 V 111', I V fifteen cents. The N w i of t he S w i of sec 3, rn township 14, north of range eleven east, containing 43 acres, more or less. Amount of taxes due thereon, thirty one and three-fourth cents. The west i of the N E i of sec 30, . township thirteen, north of rang twelve east, containing eighty acres, mi re or less. Amount of taxes dui thereon, one dollar and twenty cents; taxed as the property of William M. Lewis, and was originally granted to him. The cast half of the Be qr of see t ight in township fourteen, north of range, eleven east, containing eighty acres more or les; aro't of taxes due, hereou sixty cents. ;' , ' x f The w half of theswqr of sec nine in township fonrtoen, north of range eleven cost, containing eighty acres more or less; HmT of taxes due there on, thirty cents, taxed as the proper ly of Henry Buchannon. and was ori ginally granted to him. - The north east quarter ofthe north cast qr of sec thirteen in township l. north of rarge eleven cast, containing forty-one acres more or less. Amount i f taxes due thereon, thirty and tin ctf fourth c tits. ; i T e ne qr of si c twenty-nine in T fifteen, north of range twelve eastt containing one hundred and sixty a- res mi-ie, or les; Hint of taxes duj 'hereon one dallar and twenty cenfs axed as the property of Robert Bates and Abner C Moblcy, and were ori ginally granted to them. ; ti if. i.nirr .ii.. vr. a... .. .w. ...... iuv iiu 1 VI Bet iill teen in township sixteen north f Hinge eleven east, containing eigh y acres more or less; ani't of taxes hie thereon, sixty cents. Taxed as he propejty ofReai Isaac Jester and was oiiginally gianted to him. The west half of the SE ir of see : eighteen in township sixteen north of aiige eleven east, containing eigbt; acres more of less. Amount of taxe due Ihereon sixty cents. Taxed a the property of Wm. B. Smith and was originally granted to a Pearl. The south half of the south west qr of sec five in towwhio thirteen noflb . of r.uige twel'-i eastci'Maining acre mr r " vWufinm m wi,- i im