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The Annual Treasury Krport.
It appears from the Report of the Secretary of the Treasury, that the Receipts and'T'xpin ditures for the fiscal year ending the 30th June, 1845, were as follows: Receipts and Means. From customs, 27,528,112 0 From sales of public lands, 2.077,022 20 From miscellaneous sources, 1 03.998 6 Total receipts, 29,709,133 5G Add balance in Treasury, July 1, 1814, 7,857,379 G4 Total means, 37,026,513 20 The expenditures during the same fiscal year amounted to 29,9GS,20G 98 Leaving1 a balance in Treasury, July 1, 1845, of 7,058,326 22 The Estimated Receipts and Expendi tures for the fiscal year ending ZQlh Jane, IS 10, are: RECEIPTS. From customs 1st quarter, by ac tual returns, S.861.932 14 For 21, 3.1, and 4lli quarters, as estimated, 15,033,007 8G Total from customs, 21,500,000 00 Fiom sales of public lands, 2,20O,00Q 00 From miscellaneous and inciden tal sources, 120,000 00 Total receipts, 20.820,000 CD Add balance in Treasury, 1st July, 1845, 7,058,300 22 Total means, as estimated, 34,478,300 22 EXTENDI TUKEi. The actual expenditures or first quarter, end ing 30th of Septem ber, 1845, 83,403,092 41 The estimated expen ditures for the other three quarters, from 1st October, 1845, to 30th of June, 184G, are: For civil list, foreign in tercourse, and miscel laneous purposes, 0,739,244 0G Army proper, 2,594,735 00 Fortifications, ordnance, arming militia, &c. 2,340,773 S2 Indian department, 1,017,791 94 Pensions, 1,350,550 02 Interest on public debt and Treasury notes, 50,970 43 Redem ption of residue of loan, 1S41, 29,300 00 Treasury notes outstand ing". Naval establishment, 087,704 13 4,902,845 &3 29,027,051 90 Which deducted from total means above slated, will leave in Treas ury on 1st July, 18 10, an estimat ed balance of" 4.851,254 32 77ie estimated Receipts, Means and Expenditures, for the fiscal year com mencing 1st July, l&lij, and ending 3UA June, IS 17, are as follows: -RECEIPTS. From customs for the four quar ters, 22,500,000 00 From public lands, 2, loa.oua UJ From miscellaneous and inciden tal sources, 100,000 00 Add estimated balance to be in the Treasury, 1st July, 1840, 4,S01,254 12 ExrtSDinnKS. The estimated expenditure during tho same period, viz. Tho balance of former appropiiations which will be required to ba expended in this year, 4.411,457 10 Permanent and indefi nite appropriations, 2,007,915 72 Specific appropriatioi.3 asked for this year, 21,079,410 43 Total estimated expendi tures, 25.5 H.? 13 25 Which is composed of tlio following particulars: Civil list, foreign inter course, and miscella neous, 5 025.202 C2 Army proper, 0,001,453 92 Fortifications, ordnance, arming militia, &c. 4.831,809 93 Pensions, Indian Department, Naval establishment, Interest uu public debt 2.5U",10U 00 2.21 1.9 10 18 ;nJ9,390 83 tJ5.S41 72 25.518,813 23 Which, deducted from the total of me-ans before sun d, civts un t s limatcd balance on 1st July, I i 17, of 4,322,111 C7 The ititn of 121.050 of dibt aef!:m,,l fjr mecnies oi in trie iii.-irict ol Col'iti.t ia ; ti.e t fum ci i , uv.uvu i r eupf'iym Uiiic:ucy m revtuuis Irom j o '.ar', and ;;.;. u i for po t ges for Congr.san 1 Ei'trutire I 'fc nitii.Ui!, are incIuJtJ in the sum of 5 925.232 2. Hon. J. M. U. S Senator f.-otn G)nnccticut, has ju.-t marritxl a lady e f liighlygifttdmindaiid great jk rsenr.! attrac tions, m this state, and they are on their way to ross the winter Jn Washington. The laJy'i name was Miss Jane Pratt, daughter cf Judge Pratt, of Austcrli! C lamtia county, N. V. Alb. Arus. Print in z Oce Jukes. It is ctlomary in trine printing offices, when n particularly green youth comrrxnecs learning his trad?, to make h uu tlic of jt ct of rariou j-uri I fc i cftcn f-ent to a neighboring o.T.c! fir en Article which h of course imaginary, and wbo'lr rnginal in the minds cf th'ne hi jierpetrate th! jik. O rjc upon a time a nj wat f iil te K s cuTr? f r a rpmrt mf editorial. Iff wtswt lv!; vim the picture of a jr ka Tl.: :. rather rre upn thj?kt-r Lutt'ity imn.rd.ite- lf toM v e I.-y to g- K X 1 UU r un M yrm Uie ed.iurinl th;c!i titrj tr.t?, and ftC tea tdu'9r.m The following is the amount of wheat mr.d Indian corn raised in the United Slates in the three st years viz: No. of bushels. Wheat. 102.317,310 100.310.850 95,007,000 Indian corn. 411,829.210 491.018.300 1842, 143, 1844, 421,953.000 208,235.190 1,358,400,55 During the last four years and nine months, the followiu j quantities of wheat were exported from this country to Great Britain and her do pendencies, calculating five bushels for each barrel of Hour, viz: Years. No. bushels exp'd. 1840, - 8.202.0 1 4 1841, - 5,335,420 1842, - 5.023.144 1843, (9 months) 2,353.170 1844, (latest ret'ns)5,200,993 Value. 68,449,785 5.239.071 5.718.855 2,021,981 4,220,200 20,115,347 25,G55,902 GENEHAL POST OFFICE INTEKKSTIXO STATISTICS, The following is an exact statement, as as certained at the department, of the revenues de rived from 920 of the larger office in the Unit ed States for the quarter ending the 30th Sep tember last, and also compared with the quarter ending the 30th of Srptemher 1811: Whole revenue for the quarter ending the 30th of September, 1814, in 950 of thooiiices - 8101,481 The same for the quarter ending the 30th of Sept. 1315 - 271,173 Deficiency, 193.003 A fraction over 41 1-2 per cent. l.ss. Out of 925 pnst offices, w hich, under the old laws, paid 100 net an upwards per quarter, 10 only exhibit an increase. These show an in crease of 1 19; and are as follows: Increase. 01 2 ! . o 22 . ' 23 6 21 12 19 3 Chelsea, Mass. Pittsfield, Webster, " Warren, 11. 1. Sackett's Harbor, N. Y. Hennepin, III. Little Fort, HI. Beloit, Wisconsin Territory. Jamesville, " Madison, " Total of increase, The decrease in 915 ollicisis 117 193,127 8193,008 Tho entire decrease in the 925 offices, com paring the third quarter of 18 15 w ith the same quarter of 1811, is, as above stated, 8183,008, or about 41 1-2 per centum. "Fraction of a dollar oinittud. Progress or Ohio. ' Ohio was a wilder ness exclusively occupied by the Indians, until near the close ofthe Ian cntury. J it 00 its population amounted to 45.."i5, in the n xt ten years it had inn-rased five-lold, an I in the Un whi m followed it more than douhlul. In lS lu it had reached l.GOO.OtO soul almost without anv admixture nil fiae, him: race. In this short int'-rval t!ie fonst had hem transformed into aland of ite-imVoais. canals an 1 flourishing tmvn-; an I wou! 1 have l.eui still more populous had not t!:ous-;nds ct itsm w citizens miriiU-d s'.il! ftither va into Indiana an I Illinois. A portion of the public works which ncc' ih r. iti I their tim veil.eis prospr ritv, were executed with foreign capita!, bi;t the in terest of the wlude has been puneti olly paid by direct taxes. There is no example in" his'ory, either in the old or new world, of s sudddi a rise of a new country to afibn-nee and power. The Stati! contains nearly as wide an extent of arable land as En ;l m 1, all of moderate eleva tion, ?; rirh in its alluvial plains ns to be crop p I thirty or forty y ars without manure, h.iv itrr an ahunJ nice of line timber, a trmprrate climate, many I are navigable rivers, a ready communication through Lake Erie with the N. nn 1 Eat. and by the Ohio with the South and Wrst, and lastly, an abundance of coal in its eastern counties." APPLHS at Tin: SOUTH. In a late.nuniberof the Farmer's Month ly Visitor, arc soma remarks on the culture of the apple in the vicinity of Mobile. It appears that npple trees grow with great rapidity in that climate. In five or f ix years, the small trees brought fiom New Inglanl, had Inxoiiia Inrge, and the litis setts, Greening", Pippi:.s, which in Massachusetts hardly nftaiu their full growth before winter, at Mobile ripened in August and September, nn the trees. The ripening was in succession ; the fruit mot exposed to the sun and air, first reach ing maturity, and are gatlu red and sold ns tin y ripen. S stip' rmr is the flavor. MZ? an J exc lit nee oi these r-pples rij v on the tree, that they cart scarcely b; id n ttfied with tho sarin? kind of iiriheru growlh. For a miHiber of vrnis, tin; l:l'I" orchanl of t!i; itifirunrit nvrragI 1 in a return t pal to Lay d :iars a tire. This rapid rmiurity.however.is foil iwenl with as r.-pid deray; an 1 th" place of ih falling trees ImJio 1: will) ntliT iinpiiti tiins from the north. This ;r ct r'l c;i nnt was not striking o:i wr-ta!!', such as t!ic potntie, !Tt, rarrotAce. Th'? fexs of tht!c l;c in. ported every year from the north. An !. r.t minJil voun g h fy, doxrn or " l.h j Jit as ynu f I- -i f. ! .'. -y ),' r Jori r out of tlonrt uui thn li.J tf cinl'e. lit Ci r,' a tfcut f .' r;.r c-f tbe Fffrh A.'--.!- t f f ?;:. Dr. Pi-r;ui r 1 J p-; 1 w ... r i tie- cert t ns jn at';..! wbth t ,y'J In W Til If t',- I .!.,;,. II.; n !;.-!,!' 1 rm r- n f-r k"i.'!.-:t"u- F--r.r-.iup' tion ! rsr-' r'V r ,-J.'tfj li h; f s . tu' i ! r . " "t i, " it.'.. f'H.tf of r! i-.-.-'-vi' id list psrt of tie U irulv La t.e rcr;ir i!.. ai i r t - Attorney and Counsellor ut Law, PaI LDIMi, AllsfS. BIT AS removed from Columbus to Paulding, and announces that ho will Practice Law in Jasper and the adjoining counties. lie will also attend to the Superior, Chancery and Federal courts at Jackson. y 14, 1845. ltf prncy ana counsellor ac uaw, i j 1 it r $ 1 practice in the Courts of the fifth Jul flal District. pAddress Quitman, Mississippi. pt. 3, 1815. 1-tf david i dozi;:k, ATTORNEY AT LAW, PAULDING, JASPER COUNTY, MISS. jan 8 Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Jan 15 PAUDINCi, Miu. Alonzo G. Mayers, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Raleigh, Smith County, Mis. Jan. 29, 1845. J. C Ilehlellicrg, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, TIW"UjL practice in Jasper and the adjacent vv counties. All business entrusted to his management, will receive prompt attention. May 10, 1813. j.tf (J. S. COLLINS, ATTOIfiVIJY AT LAV', Wryil.L attend the courts in tho Fifth Judi v v cial District, and the adjoining counties. Address, Paulding, Jasper county, Mi. May 15,J8H. 4o-tf J. & S. A. 1). STUKLE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. "WTyiLTi attend the courts in the 5th Judicial District, and the adjoining counti s: usn the Superior Court of Chancery, and the High Court of errors and Appeals, at Jackson. Auilress, Marion, Mi.. August 15, 1844. 6 tf li. M ELROY & WM. J. DANIEL. Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, TITTAVING formed a copartnership in the practice of the LAW, will ininctuallv at tend to all business committed to their care in the 5th and Gth Judicial Districts, and in the llih Court of Errors and Anneals and Court of Chancery at Jackson. KiT Address Marion, Lauderdale County, Mississippi. inn I 1 f" 1 j S. L. Jltissey &.J. II. Dlatiks. TJJJAVE formed a co-partnership intheprac-Ji-U- tice of the Law. They will punctually ittcnd to business entrusted to them in tlm Cir- cuit and Probate Courts of Lauderdale, Clark, and the adjoining counties, and in Superior Courts of Chancery end Ili'h Court of Errors and Appeals, in Jackson. Ad.tress luo Jirui, a;her at Marion. Lauder dale County, or at Quitman, Claik County. SHIELDS L. HCSSEY, of Marion, Miss. JOHN II. CLANKS. oi Uuitmnn M is. Oct. 20, IS 15. -i .tf J.C.M'Alin. (j. oAV..';Ik hen. 31'ALiMXf: si!:lto;v, ATIOXMl'S AT LA U I he at i ii, Miss'n, JTJTAVE n-.cia'.- .1 th mse!v.-s in tie- pr.ir-'l-"- lice of their prof- fiai, and will n't'nd to all uiLai' ." ( ii'ru. Cotu'.s of N' V. inll lai 1 a!-1 in the Hi: J'frm 1. k n. .I. I' I to tin ill in the Ciu uit and the ndj id nt !i Courts at Jack.i until s. n. f.-tf Dr. ISK-Iitu-a I!. l)zir. TTTTAS been at coi.siderahlo exjxnse and trotiblc to settle hiins. lfat Paulding, permanently, for the purpose of devoting his turn rxclu-dvelv to tho praeiie,' of M L'D'CIN I', Sl'lU i r.R V and l JSTI IT RICKS. Ho fuels grateful for the liberal patronage liitherto bestowed on him, and liopes by strict attention to his profession, to merit and share the confidence of the pubii :. Iu all cases I will deduct one th r 1 of tho regular fees if the cash is paid mo as soon as the patient is discharged. P.iuIding, May, 1 1, 1S13." Lly Doctor T. I Win ft, WILL practice Medicine in ail its bran ches. He may ft all tinusbe f.iund at his residence in the KiHt n fctlleimnt, un less profissmn illy absmt. may 11. ll.j. Ttf Df. .J;ti:ics 11, LnflU, TT OfATHD about ten miles sotitli-wrst of Marion, Lauderdale county, w continue to practice Mi'.Dlf 'INE .Sl R CER Y and MID U IFRH V. II; may hf! found nt his residonco except when j ro fessinnallv !; ut. Sejt. S, lM.i. ic if MF.D1CAL NOTK i:. Ir. il. L. S;tar;:i:t:i, TIAVINlJ pi rm .11- n-'y d !.:';:; t.. t r.v.i i f l'.mi !a: r. Je;"r c rjv -tf.illv .! r. I.i? prtf-.oml $ n- til th" public g' in raliy, fts a Practitioner of ?IcrTicir.r. in bl! th" branch; s f the :! --i ai. l.i;i-i-i," tl'.e pr. .'ip.' of t'f bone an I sfi.e .v i"-,.. c, in'ry. (te firm i) !i" i--,;';.ig t i i li- chirks in pr. i;t ti ih nr"i.-o' teri'-s. jine ct .-hargr.i arii !!' . . 11 -. . ., . . i' .-iC'ii. prjnii" in (i v. :.n J S ,.ia'.; visit aril pre cripurn. i?l iniherA-m- . ani ai iwwii; v". tiicu civ ir .r;itn ?"Jti(.rc iaiiji(.j!i:i-.n ae.fi" ur- ; i.i. , " jr.'ic i! opf ra'i :i. b-i ti tjio t; Laiiti i.s find ira t;ir- r,i Iir l fr--.i.n u j. Mitici; TT SH LTj p.csent niyrierr.1?- JA the I. it " rf J-?m'-s 'i'D-.tii'l c-as-rj tJ the l'ir," ,.!e C..nrt of N svioti ro-;;i-ty,fr aj-proral at.J aiiwa'icf as .V'n.m 1 Ix.-ti -.'T t'i reaf.cn t l.mlur u .t. W'A. M DANim Ada::t;i,i,r'.''-r. 15 ?x An-. ?7, ISIZ. Attention All f 4 RE DAILY AND WEEKLY RECEIVING GOODS IN ADVANCE OF their usual large assortment, and now offer to the people of Jasper, and surrounding country, the I5HST GOODS, and at lower prising every thin? usually kept in any store, LOWELLS, 10 cents; SHIRTING, S to 12 cents; CALICOES', 8 to 25 cents; KENTUCKY JEANS. AO to 73 cents, SATJ SETTS; BROAD CLOTHS; Dm CASTOR OIL, assorted, No. 0; CAMPHOR; STARCH; SPIRITS TURPENTINE, assorted; CHALK; RED LEAD; A general supply of Dye Stiiir, Crockery ami Saddlery, (The largest assortment ever offered in East Mississippi.) SHOES, Men', Doy's. Women's, C hildren's, assorted Hats, Caps, i :',, iJouiiiisR)KiVc.&c. j J;t! Tn fart, wn hnxra tint tim tr punmpr.'itn our Rtnrlc. Tim hnrtnln nf Tflcnor nnil ft,, JP " f- surroundiiij; country will tive money by callino-, where they will find at nil times th Goods they want, and goods that were bought from the Manufacturer not from auc tion. AVe have bought such goods that wc can sell to the same person twice. KNOX it SMITHS, Head Quarters. December 31, IS 15. 28-2m Paulding Acadesny. J. E. SHAMAN, A. M., Principal. TJN this Institution instruction will be given in the following studies : Exnr.isii-Otthograt.hy, Rending, Pen manship, Composition, Rhetoric, Lo gic, Grammar, Moral Philosophy. Natuh ai, Sc i i:nti:.s Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, Astronomy. Matiikmatics Arithmetic, Algebra, Ge ometry, Surveying. Latin Grammar, Latin Lessons, Caesar, Virgil, Horace, Cicero, Livy. Gni:iK---Gr;iinniar, C reek Reader, (j rosea Majora. Terms as firmorly. An Assistant in the Primary Department will soon be procured. The Principal will deliver Lectures on .Ilk. I" . . me natural ."sciences during me session. Nov. 12, IS 15. If The i'aniding Jlo! 1, ifj HAS just tniilergone a V tliorough repair, and is now open tor the recaption ot - n'i. . wft4j imioi. l lie pioj-i if ' tor thankful to the uv.btic. lor their past patronage bestow ntd, will endeavor to still merit tho same by assid uous attention to the comfort of his'gtiests. His table will be ftirnisbed with th:; best that ihe (.'oiintrv atilwds, and his stable will be In rni 410.1 with prov nder nnd at teiiliee oilers. JLSSi: HYDIl May II, IS I". Mf If VRV!:i.I, A DAVIS, ( " O M . 1 1 S s U '3 ! : I i j i a T S , An. :i l', .i ,.-, e ; :! I ., M,:;u. Is" II. Ala. -;r tf M. V A I I! l.-U.V. JISi: TIloMl'- THOMPSON it MATIH'.SOW c o y i yt is.-jo.- 3 1 r : 1 1 1 ; ()M, Commerce and En. at A'.v.. aTron iv. niin-:'i-: u t, Fancy, MJumIc ami Doiat-vllc LIlV ' ionhs, I. Dl I". AMI I UlI.Iilil.Ns' SHf,;s, A'-. M. i !,... AJiWHj:, Aia. j"i i tf A. DONALD, Fc!c;-i. Ccn::::K ,2?ti 7.1f rciiaut, No."! !'i .nt vt.. ?; .Mjuili:, Alt. .Ai'li"1"- I r-tf n. p. i;;;aman, co;;;,i:.;;.). :n:::cii. m X. 7 St. Mi,, ad ,SV. (tti s,i'rs.) y. j'iAu:. a:l D . gf. I-!-; .y.if r.v : ..jn. 1: ' ; 1 ''' '' r 77 flirt. 1 ! 4- St. I., m Strait, 1 si. u; 3!OIiiLi:. IL'.n lanl L. l.j.n pi.r wi i k, HfJ " - d.y, 1 UU I'rccronii c. r.wcrs Wuffrhy St -I'.tf mi Ilotiil St. rar th V.r ui h Dm';, Mobile Ala. A7. --J, lr,. 13 if. t. coo;.ini:n, IIOUSC, I;X AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTER TT. ; rep-if ! t dj t.11 work in bis line nt th l t. -t 11 c, viz: lh,t,H P.iit t ;'. in all fa l.r.:rir!,' t Paint!,," t Trim mi -,:, ( r,. , ,1 , ,1:'. 1 ' (iiz'inz Jsltrrii?, ) . 1 , ,' pA c. .c , in re as rutde f rv. ry tl . n- u !i( () ! r ! f: rt tVf r.ce n ill b r."r l. J 1". JM" 1JTAVE t i7i '.i 1 t! ,:;.. !v(S in H ,i- j 1 r;i", Ji-j r cf.-i.-itr. v. k'i a vet II tf- , kc!'l txk r-t DIIV (ioolH. ni.J will rotitiu'.e 1 1 rrn.ivrt fr supplier from t M . r"g;ii:lv. if I 'f-inr will j ratify, 1 wb'.-'i i: w,:l f '! r.r -r tv!i. d.I ; .'. 1 I !,- f '.- -t 1 i ; Jh i is I -1 r. if JOD V. or.Ktxicut. J at lh;iO.Icr. puce, taati to be lov.ua anywhero else, com. viz: TWEEDS, assorted; LINSEY, assorted; KEKSIl YS, assorted; RED- TICKING, assorted; ULA NKETS, assorted; APRON CHECKS, &c. &t ASSAFCETIDA, GUM MYIM1II ; SPANISH MiOWJV; SNUFF & I'LACKING. Patent 3Iediti;iei, &c.&. A CAIJ1). TiEO. WOOD, thankful for the liberal pa. tronage extended to him by the people of Eastern .Mississippi, desires respectfully to soli, cit their attention to his large and well selected stock of Uioccrit s, Tobaccos, Wines, Liquurs, tfce. &.c, which, iiir variety, quality, and prices, cannot be surpassed by any stock in the cit v. He. has, during tho last summer qimi his per sonal attention to the selection of bis stock of Northern snoods, and can assure his friends tint he has purchased his stork sit such prices and made such arrangi ments for future and constant s.ipplii.s, iis will i liable him to oJ'er stronger in lacemetits in prieeo th m e.er before. He has ma le urrangi mi nts for supplies of Western pro bice direct from the Western country, and will be kept supplied with the best articles the markets aiioid ; and bo would take this oppor tunity to repeat th" assurances often made, that he gmruirtv s all goods sold by him to prove C'pial to representations made md samples shown, an I pledges himself to make good all delicirneies. It is his inn-mien to keep a well assorted au l seasonable stock in summer as well as u niti r ; and .i:l give In", p ronal attention ti all ord-Ts with whi'iihe may be fa vor d, .... I and trusts . y Ins constat. t personal care and at-t-'iiti.in to Lu-.ie is, to i' :eHv a lii.i ral share of tin.' i'is'.um ofthe. pi ope-oi i'. i tem Mi--i.- ippi. .S:,i.', No. 71 (.'oninli TCe-Slre-i't, M.-hile. rjIMIH subscriber, being agent for th 1 o.vners of large tracts of cultivated I; and uncultivated Lauds in tho co inties oi '; Hinds, llijikm, .S.jott, Leake, Neshoba, f Newton. L inui'idale, Ja per, Clark.', Simp srn and Smith in Miss., and being himself the owner of n:ue!i CHOICE LAND i;i sever::! of thi;s; counties, will sell, or leae frone or more years, in parcels to suit applicants, and upon tho most reason abb; terms a; to price atul pnymeuts. M j. i oi .-aid L;;i:ii i ufnti excellent ijtiali ty, and i. moll of it iu a jouJ conditi.n for 1 a crop wA year. j The Mib-criber gives tliis notice, thus ' (arly, tli :t per-eii;s wishing In purchase or rent i a-. Is may have ample opportunity to maid1 a full c.vi.Miia'.ioii (,f tfcin. A few hiliidivtl sheep will b- reerivi d in ex-fh-mge for laud-;. 1 Jmigiants and settlers ! wanting binds upm liberal terms, will l'.ud it lor their iiiterc.-t t'-i a'.j.ly to f E. ll'. I.OMIIARI). Erati'l -i, Kankiii County. July MO, li.'i, 1 1 Cm noticj:. rTpHE nn lersigned takes this method cf ja- ii.C,r,; i.;, iv: i.. i- iieMiuu. nn iii' iiin nun tusifilliei?, tnat he lias recently maden large addition to hi herrtnfore well supplied COFFKF. P1" HOUSE HAU.of the best LIQUORS j Vr f bo l.inndiu New Orleans or Mobile, ' coiiM -tiug in part of French and old IVach j 4,"n' Hrau !y, II .ilatid fiin, P.est Monongahela I Whiskey, Erat.dy Cherries and Cherry ') t'm Dr.indy, .Ma.l-.ira, Sweet Malaga, Porter. ' ,e& Long Cork Jaret Winr-, itaspberry and ihntt Letiidii Syrup, and a good supply of Cham- i "' ther paigue Cid r. cc. itc. Also, a . .o article of Spinih Cigars, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. MADISON OVL'RSTHKET. June IS, lb 13. o-(ni Tan Yard for Sale. Hp II K subscriliir offers for sale, his tan yard, situated in Newton County, 3 miles from Garlaudsvillc. Tho tan yard is in good order, and containing 17 "vats and a good cist Mill. Also all other neces sary out buildups attached. A. FATIIERF.E. Oct, 22, IS L". zi Zt ti:u.ms. T!'f Trnr Drmnrrat I f ' ' ' lei uu jv J ft'? !'" .'".';', ct T II R I F. Ann r.T:rxrT ifrrul el tie -,' f'". ri:: Oi-r lin'I.ir j, r fjurf, ( Ui ( ' -.' , - 4 ( :' to rr I (: -i 5 r'l itf rt tl ' ' !. fir.. J.JIy (, '( I .1 i ret thtftiltl Of ' 'l' . t'f iff l!,r t;.-.;r. A 4 ' Jon Wi , ntt! t rT r l enturt ri'ci'-; tf tne fcta Jr rt tT jdw ei jc :P JBIU :WU L . ion hei ,vh rr.e; Ilea mel ters livi VOll lias ,'nei lion .lb ;Th ,l.il- I iTln I J I a Ma j'l h. I tn Ja 1 She o 0 'J ftlei to tl the lane sinq lane com the Seltli lSed Cd I now othe amo pern! I hi sum but I w hi ll.et t Jin '. ba,( ; Of th , virtu ' an to 5a i o 1st. : tcrif j and ; the r I 1'C is ; at 'Pi f p I Aul i i; ! nn f Exp I Slate It