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A X D ''IP Tf STTTJ SS fey - . r a I H H il H.J ft ;1 H J IrTN lr 1 fUi va. AM 9 WILKI3fS03f ADVERTISER. JU2 IL S. TAN EATON, Editor. - TIM fXlOX OF TUB DKXVVK.tr h)K TIIK S.IKS OF TIIK VX10X.' IMYKN & KlJXV, I'lkusuu.- . v i . . . a n . V O o n v 1 1, f . r . vi - . . . - . -- -?- ; : :r3 . -- " ' " - " " - w " .ti u u a r i, , ri; Alt v , 18.73. umber, ft. m PUBLISHED EVERT TTE8DA V HURNISG. BY OWEN 3. KE LLYi Offil on tk North Side of tk Public Squait, Wtit of tk Presbyterian Ckurck. - TERMS: Th WoooriLLt RrrciLiCAR ia issued week ly at three dollars a year, if paid in advance, or four dollars, if payment be delayed until the expiration of sit months. Advertisements, inserted at 1 1 00, per quare (which is ten lines) for the first liiser f on, and fifty cents for each continuance the usual discount made to yearly advertis ers. Where the number of insertions are not marked, they will be eontinued during the pleasure of the publisher, and charged ac cordingly. Announcing Candidates, for Statu Office. tlO 00; for County Offices, $5 00 invariable ia advance. : Book, and Job Work, of all description, excuted at this office, at New Orleans pri ces, with neatness and despatch. This general discharge bavin? Wd male. the passengers advance towards Spevers ; thev seize hold of him ; they entreat him to yield up his arms, fi.r they are all to be victims"; he should recollect that there is a lady among them. Speyers resists ; the roblx-rs surround ed him once mora; then lie, with pistol iu hand, cries, "come you that are Wave, we will see if it be so. I shall surrender my arms on two conditions." What are they,"' cried the robbers ; we swear faithfully to respect them." Well then," said Spyers, - the first is, Uiat you make no attempt against my person; the second is, that vou will touch nothing belonor- j mg to me," Yes we swear it" exclaimed j 1 n i 1 1 i .. i nu uie nooer in a nreiitti. "Here then m my weaKns" answers Speyers ; " there are , yet two barrels loaded." 1 Tl. ... t -I., l .1 i .1 inc cniniii m me oanu men receiver me pistols, and all proceeded together towards the diligence. In one instant all the trunks were torn open, and earjtet bags turned inside out 4c, the banditti respecting nothing but what Sjieyers pointed out us his property. Mean while our hero, seated on a case containing the samples of the goods which he carried, was drawing figures in the wind with a cool ness and sang froid something more than admirable. The robbery Wing completed, the highway HOME. fMontcromerv's beautifid lines, thouirli so well known, may possibly be new to some of mf" hn? cs,,m;',? t,,,'ir seats on horseback, , -, saluted Speyers, taking leave of him m these ; words: " farewell bravo man, remember that ! even we robbers know bow to keep our word." ! " Farewell," answered Speyers " God grant that it may be forever." In this right more than thirty shots were. ' discharged at Speyers. Two half spent balls were the only ones that reached him, when he was searching for his revolver in the diligence one struck him on the arm, and the other in ' the back; a third he found in his boot on go ing to bed, without knowing whence it caiue. ! The Englishman had his hand badly injured by a bullet, which even now cannot be ex- , traded ; the driver was also wounded, and the French lady received in her dress four bullet, which did not, however, injure her. Mr. Albert Speyers lost in the affair nothing but his watch anil some money, deposited in the diligence, and which he did not claim, hav ing no arms to back his demand. We have been informed that Mr. Speyers is a merchant, established at New York, and ac customed to travel in caravans, among the In dians of the North ; and on one occasion, be hind his wagon with ten companies, sustained against seventy-five savages, a combat which lasted from sunrise till sunset, leaving more than twenty-five of them ' stretched on the ground. Republicano, of Mexico. readers, There is a spot of earth supremely blest A dearer, sweeter spot than all the rest; Wheie man. creation's tyrant, casts sside His sword and sceptre, pageantry and pride, While in his softened look, benignly blend The sire, the son, the husband, father, friend, Here woman reigns; the mother, daughter, wife, Strews with fresh flowers the narrow way of life; , . In the clear heaven of her deli:htlul eye, An angel guard of loves and jiraces lie ; Around her knees domestic duties meet, And fire-side pleasures gambnl at her feet. Where shall that laud, that spot of earth be found I ; Art thou a man ? a patriot 1 look around ; Oh, thou shall find, howe'erthy footsteps roam, That land thy country ; and that spot toy home. combat" of half an hour's duration, between one man on foot and eleven RODBEKS. ! Some four or five days since at half past one Mock in the afternoon, the mail coach or dil igence from Arroyazazararco was attacked near Tepeii del Rio. It had been raining slightly just before, and the coceh was closed on one side. In tHe mtenor ot trie unigence were an Englishman, three Spaniards, a French lady and our hero, Mr. Albert frpeyers, a weareny merchant, a German by birth ; on the top were seated three Mexicans. All the passegers at the time of attack were dreaming of anything but danger, and the first news of the arrival of theTobbers was the insertion, through one of the blinds, of a pis tol, and the cry, "give up your arms or you are dead." "Yes," answered Speyers, leaning forward, but bullets and all," he ehowed the j robler a small two-barrel bistol. On this he crouched down to shield himself behind his horse. Speyers, who had taken his aim, dis charged his weapon, while the robber, with five others stationed on the other side of the vehicle, did the same. The discharge was happily without faUl result on either side. Speyers, upon this, heedless of the utrea ties of" the passengers, who sought to restrain him, opens the door of the coach, leaps on the ground, and pistols in hand, pursued the rob ber who had fired at him, and who, in company of the five already mentioned, had Pone to ioin a company of six more, who were stationed at some little distance on the road. Regardless of numbers, Speyers with his other pistol, fires into the group, and then returns to the coach in quest of more weapons, when he reached it, he found all the other passengers accumulated in the bottom of the coach.- lie then takes out his watch, and all the money in his pockets, and lays the whole under the cushions- when he draws his other two-barrelled and one six-barrelled pistol with which he proposed to pursue the campaign. The former weapon he presents to one of the passengers, exhorting him to leave the coach and defend himself. Speyers himself prepares the pistol, and offer to place it in the hand of: the passencrer. but he trembles so with fear he I have hands to work. cannot errasn it ' On seeinff this, Speyers be-, hire anv where about I' comes still more excited, and exclaimed, "Since J You're too bard for me again, uncle Joe ; vou all are cowards. I shall defend myself , the hiring season is over. About a month alone; remain whore you are." I ago all the negroes belonging to the estate of " Meantime the highwaymen were saying, ji , deceases, were lei at auction ; ana he's loading again, fire, fire !" and they pour- j I'm told they went very low." ed in the coach a deluge of bullets which re- j "The d 1 You don't say. 'Why didn't pected the valiant Speyers. The latter, how- you tell me, Squire t" ver, looses no time; seizing a firm hold of; "I hardly know why. I saw it advertised his revolver, he darts forward in pursuit of the j In our paper, and I supposed everylody took eleven robbers, whp on seeing him leaped over that More'n that I didn't know you wanted the wide trench on one side of the road there to hire. Did you know I have sold my llar- to reload their weapons. Shortly after tbey den tract of land f" returned towards Speyers, surrounded him at "No, indeed. WTjo to?" some dintjincft and crv to him. "we see thatt u Whv to a rich old fellow from Alabama. you are a brave man, so are we surrender. GETTING A SUIiSCRUtER. Tired and fatigued from a long day's ride, covered with the dust we had gathered on a dry sandy road, we called at Squire Hobbs,to wet our mouth, rest our bones and have a chat with the Squire. On our part, however, there was a disposition very soon to t-ilk less and doze more. This Ilobbs, a trood natured soul. perceived as by intuition, and soon left us to the soft influences of nature's ' sweet restorer.' Now, how long we.sleijt we needn't toll: and our readers needn't know. It wasn't limjf, however, for the loud talking in the Squire's 'office'. soon aroused us, and we listened to a conversation highly interesting to us. It teem ed that Joacum Gulic, Old Joe, a clever, sobef, close-fisted neighbor of the Squire i had called in to talk about ' the crops,' and matters and things in general. " Well, Squire," said Mr. Gulic, "do you know where a fellow can buy a right smart chance of a nigger boy these timet t" "Reullv,, uncle Joe, I don't know at this time. There was a sale m town last week of some six or eight at oue time." "There was?" 14 Yes ; and I got a right likely negro boy 18 years old for $450. My word lor it, I wouldn't take a thousand dollars for him to day." - " Just my luck. "Why, I never heard a word of it" ' Who told you, Squire ?" " O, you know I take the pajer. I taw the sale advertised, and, as I had to go to town any way, I went on the day of sale, thinking, perhaps,-1 might hit a bargain, and I did hit a bargain, sure." " Well, I swear, I have got to have a hand somehow. You see, I have put in more than n ho got a hand to We do not wish to kill to valiant a man. "Very brave you are, indeed," answers Speyers, "eleven against one." This said, he set forth to pursuit f the robbers, who fly at his ap proach. "Why do you fly," he cries, "Did Jo not say you were brave I Come cowards? eoine, every one of you one by one, I await yotthere." . - .- : But their only answer is a tbower of bullets It was dav before vestorday : and I trot the "yallow boys" cash up only six dollars per acre, He said that he came across our paper, 'Old Alabama;' he liked the description of the country ; saw my wee bit of an advertise ment, and came to see about it We struck a trade in no time." " Jerusalem ! And here I've been trying to tell a tract of bind for the last two years and wouldn't wt a dollar and a half an acre. It's , . . I . M .Tl t It W I la . i; II IE ; A If V - I n oniinitiUr, LKVYIKU TAX EM US TERSONS AKD PROPKRTT, WITHIN TIIK CORPORATION OF WOODVIU.K. Sn-IION . Br it Ordmv,ff1hy th (VwrwrV AuthtritiH of tht To ten of WoninlU, in pntrrnl merting cmmnl, That from and after the na-wtge and proinuljfation of this ordinance, the following taxes shall le aMxseJ and colUvted annually iu the conn .ration of Wood vi He: An ad valorum tax of one-quarter of one per cent on town lots'; an ad valorum tat of three-tenths of one per cent on ith piano; an 1 1 valorum tax of three-tenths of one per cent on sale of merchandize; an ad valorum tax of one percent on each pleasure carnaife : an ad valo rum tax of one per cent on each dock and watch, (except mi, h as are kept for salety men hnhUi or Rrtizan,) at) ad valorum tax of one per cent on each saddle honw, race-horse, carriage horw, and hor kept for hire; an ad valorum tax of three-tenths of oie per cert on mev loaned at interest or inveMod in note, bond, checks, or bills of enil it of any description, as security for money advanced ; an ad valorum tax of one per ceut on gold or silver plate over the value of fifty dol lars; a sjMvific tax of sixty cent on each slave under sixty years of age ; a specific tax of two dollars on each piitol ; xpecihY tax of one dollar on each Howie-knife ; a specific tax of fifty ceiita on each white hi1I ; a specific tax often dollar on each nine-pin, ten pin, or other alley, for public play ; an ad valorum tax of one-half of one jercciit on the sales of auctioneers, or transient venders of merchandize, wares, etc.; an ad valorum tax of one-half of one percent on impnm'dhiiNtH, mules, etc, sold as merchandize; an ad valorum tax of three-tenth of one cr cent onslavca imported and sold as merchandize, bv resi dent traders; an ad valorum tax of one-half of one per cent oil slaves imjiortcd and thus sold by transient venders ; a stride tux of one dollar and fifty cents on each free negro or mulatto; an ad valorum tax of throe-tenths oof one pr cent on all bank stuck sulwcribed for in any iiicoriMiratml bank, not exempted by the Revenue Laws of the State of Mississippi, approved March mil, 1K."(). 1. Awsamcht, uhm mmle Roll. That between the firstday of May and the first day of ScptehiW, lii eneli ih'vyyiHr,tho town constable of the cororiitioi of Woodville shall assess all the jmiIIs, and all the real and personal property, subject to taxation, (except on sales of merchandize, which shall 1k assessed a hereinafter provided,) in said corjKiration ; he shall prepare an assessment roll, iu which ho shall set down, in separate columns the names, iu full, of all the taxa ble inhabitants of said corjioratioii, and each item of taxation, whether taxed ad valorum or otherwise J M'lu-n rrf'isitt to maiee corrnt tUttrmtnt, hnw tantUihh to jrocftd. Hint if any merchant, auctioneer, or other vrnd"r iif merch andize, shall refuse to deliver to the town constable an account of thu sale of merchandize made by him or them, when thereto required, theU wn constable shall assess such jM'rson or persons at his discre tion, according to what he may consider the probable amount of sales of such merchant auctioneer, or other vender of merchandize. 8 1. Roll to h comjilrtai ami filed with clerk. Hint the town con stable shall complete and certify his assessment roll, and deliver the same to the clerk of the board of aldermen of stiii corporation, on or la-fore the first day of Septcui!cr in each year, and di assessment roll shall remain in said clerk's ismm-ssiou, until the first Monday in Ovtolier following; and any person or persons, bis her or their agent or agentslissatislied with any assessment therein contained, may file their exceptions, in writing, with said clerk, at any time Ix-tween the first day of September and tlio first Monday in October following, which said exceptions shall be filed by thu clerk with said p11. 85. Mayor to convene Hoard to hear efceiitioMC0Mtude , to 'lit prewnt. That it shall be the duty of the mayor to convene the board of aldermen on the first Monday of October of each year, for the pur- jmse ot hearing and deciding all exceptions to such aumwHiicnt roll; . t i . i ii i .i i . i .i .ii .i i slugs, which whistled around the undaun-1 better land than your'n too, and J-oB know it ted Speycri lie replies by a discharge of j Squire. 'Well, what i it, 'tie," and can't 1 User, OUV i recou, cqmrc, vw I bought last wwk, vo barrels of sugar at sii cents, wh everybody else had to give seven ur barrels, that prove Ineffectual, in conse quence of the incessant, movement of the "Oftea, preventing his aiming with approach eertaintv. cents. Beat that eh ' ith rll ease, uncle Joe I bought mine at five ceuLs." "No, sir I don't believe it Now sav whore I" "At the house of W & Co. I gut a rare largain. You see they advertised in the )utM-r that they Were selling off at cost I knew groceries would go piick, so I went in and bought a year's supply. Their grtxrie were all sold before night" I didn't pay the money either, 6 they took my Uuited States' Land Warrrant at i 50 jn-r acre. " Now, now, Squire that cant le, f ir mv lawyer told me that wasn't leg:d to sell my land warrant' " Very true, some time ago; but tlie news came lately in the imer that Congress bad made them assignable," " Ycll, tisu't nur ! it's ram-ally 1 AYhat right has these editors to get all the' news and keep it to themselves f" Ah I uncle Joe, you misunderstand it Editors and printers lalsir night and day to gather the news and give it to the peopfe to instruct their readers to inform them of all the im provements of the ag ami ameliorate the condition of society. Their paicr goes abroad recommending our oople and country to in terested and intelligent emigrants. Can they labor thus fur nothing! Should they not le paid 1 h there a man who is not lienefittod by a paper? Is not every subscrilH-r repaid four fold for the pittance of his subscription price f" "Stop, Squire! stop right there! I am go ing to take the paper. I'll take six, and send some back to niyinsfolks in Georgia." "You needn't go as far as that here's the editor right in the room." Here the parties rushed in upon us, where we were acting most admirably a jicrsou fat asleep. It is enough for us to say, that after an introduction, the name of Joacum Gulic was entered tqxin our note book as a subscri ber paid in advance. And now, when the parties alluded to shall read this, wehojictliey will pardon us for giving to the public the sulwtahtial facts urged by the Squire aiding us so effectually in " Getting a Subscriber." Cbitikixion. The Hebrew derived the Punishment from the Romans. The upright beam was let into the ground, and the crimin al being rained up, was fastened to the transverse piece by nails driven through his hands some times through his feet also and often the feet were crossed and oue nail driven through both. The feet were sometimes bound to the cross by cords. A small tablet, declaring the crime, was placed on the top of the cross. The victim died uudcr the most frightful sufferings, so great that even amid the ragmg passions of war, pity was sometimes excited. The wounds were not in themselves fatal. A raging fever soon sets in, and the victim complains of throbbing head ache, intense thirst, and pain. When mortili- at which meetini; it shall I the duty of the constable to be present cation ensues, as is sometimes the case, the suff- w ith said board, and it shall be then and theru the duty of said board erer rapidly sinks. Ho is no longer sensible of to proceed to examine said asaewuriflnt to )ie,ar evidence, arid to deter- pain, but his anxiety and sense of prostration mine,finallv, all exceptions; and after the correction of said assiwmcht are excessive, hiccup supervenes, his skin ismois- roll, it shall lie the duty of the town constable to make one fair copy toned with a col J, clammy sweat and death en- thereof, which he shall deliver to the 'clerk o'f said board of aldermen, sues. The duration of life under these agonies on or before the first day of November following, varied with the constitution of the suffer.-r (tfli) fy. Minlalrc of otimrrU MnK not to tffect mlUctUn of 'tfortt.-'hiat the state of the weather. Death was hastened hereafter, a miACoflhe co'rle attothe raifle of the owner of any by the heat of the sun and the exiiosure of the town lot shall not efl'.-et the eoHc-l'.o'n oT taxes, thi-n-on. w,,r invalidate cold night air, but jt did, not . ordinarily come any lawful sale thereof, for taxes ; but the name of every ow ner, so f;V uih'i ne nau iiung lor uiiny-six uirors or more, as known to linn, shall tie sot down opposite the lot. ' l'V- r' 0lrvtr. t7 Wyn (n m Merchandize it shall Is- the duty of the : vTT ' , tow n constable to aswss all sah-s of irterchandizelH-twcen the first and From the Y'u-lahurg Sentinel. fifteenth day of Jamiaiy of each and every yenr ; and the said town MOW IT WORKS. constable shall complete and certify to his assessment of sales of mer- We said the other day, it would not surprise chandize, on or before the fifteenth day of January, of each and every us much, should the assaults made upuu Col. year, and deliver the same to the clerk of the board of ftMerrnen, ahl Davis by such papers as the 1'icayuue establish such assessment roll shall remain W said clerk rtoswwsion until the him still more strongly, if that were jiossihle, in fourth Monday of sAid month. Any person or persons, bis, her or their the confidence and affections oflbe national cj- agent in agents, dissatisfi-d with any assrnent therein contained, mocrncy. Tlie following esttraot, which wetake may file excejitions, in writing, with said ch-rk, at any time between from a late lelU;r of the Washington eorreson- the fifp-'ntli day of January and the fourth Monday ot said month, dent of that old and influential paper, the IVnn- which said exceptions shall be preserved by said clerk, with the said sylvanian, shows that these whig revilemcnts roll ; and it sjiali lie the duty of the mayor to convene the Iwiard of al- of Col. Davis, so far from hav ing done him any dennen on tlie fourth Monday of January, of each and every year, injury, are bringing about the very result we for the purposes provided for in the fifth section oflhi ordinance; and anticipate. Were not the Ilcayiiue'iind pa- it shall (e the duty of the town constable to be present at said meeting peraoT like charai-tpr, so wrapped up in a fnlsi of the board of aldermen. sense of their own importance, we would coin-. W hm merchant, auctioneer), or otlur vernier, tunprcttd of mend to them the perusid of tlie well known reiiweiny. That w henever the tow n constable shall have reason to sus- fable of the viper and the file : peel that any merchant auctioneer, or other vendor of mcn-handi!, It is still regarded as qilite likely that Mr. is about removing from the corporation, withotitreiidering an account Hunter will occupy a seat iu Gen. Pieree's Cab- of the amount of his, her, or their sales, and paying tlie taxes, thereon, inet The probabilities that Col. lavis will be he shall forthwith assess such person or persons, and demand imme- nominated for the War Dedartment are increas- diate payment of the tax, and if it be not paid, he shall levy the same ing. The honorable career and experience of by ditr. of personal property, and shall Male tale thereof, as in Col. Davis in the army, his highly patriotic other case hereinafter provid'sl ; and if the tow n constable shall have course with regard to trumj-ed up military reason to susjiect that any merchant auctioneer, or other vender of claims while in the Senate, his known ability merchandize, is about to leave the coqxiration, after having been as- and industry as a statwman, and his pure mor- sd, and lefore the time provided for making seizure of property, al worth as a man, point him out as a statesman for the payment of taxes, he shall immediately collect the tax assessed, eminently fitted to fill the chief chair of the Do- by distress and sale, as hereinafter provided. partmelit of War. It would be a popular p- go MIIJ ,,,., an4 H(i afUr yfrW March ten dayi nnlUe- H.iiitment, and pronq.tly confirmed by the Sen- h,.. jt lttl jN, HWfu fr t1H VlWa uAh to distrain and sell perwnal pMjierty for the taxes due thereon, from and ufu-r tlie first . vvv-.--.- . of jj,iri.( jr, f-a,-!, ad every year, afu-r wlvertising the same at Editorial LirE A newspai-?r may be de- th courtrhmise and two other mli.lie yhu in said corTK.ration, by stroyed at night It may light a cigar; it may ti notice of wtIe u.u djiy, .f(,r(, m.h .,,. daVi (m wi) on curl a lady's hair. Ah! only think of that, girU. thut day procw K.u ,,,1 pro.rty, ui-m whicli tlie taxea are "An editors' thoughts," completely, swwtly not 1 r exquisitely wreathed in your rkh treMA and, ' Sab Jay fir.t Mwlay in A,mi-thirty day, ao.-That yes, nestimg down with you in your midnight , lUl m ,4 ,d nrrj yJT Xdl be art apart slumbers, gently to guard and ,aceful!y keep J j jue .d 'un. watch over your happy dreams. Jerusalem . g J furT ho would not be an editor 1-Truly, who f 1 u ( J lu;reilb(ffor(J irftvilM in i . , f I section nine,) thirty davs before such day of sale, that be will, on that 1TU A young woman who loves, loves for d pr0ceed to sell all'htts ilpon which the taxes are not paid. Kfn imUs wall ftmnAoA iMkhinv ArnrtilA npr i ' . . - j r-v-- , g . . v (0 OTKM foarf rmtl moh,iv. of Afrd. That it shall be the dutyof the mayor to convene the board of aldermen on the second Monday in April of each and every year, at w hich meet ing it shall be the duty of the town constable to present hit annual account of insolvencies, Ms tax collector. ; g!2. ConitabU fa execute deed to purchatct. That hpou tlie pay ment of the prioebi'l, tlie constable shall execute to the purchaser, uinlcr bis hand and seal, a fee simple deed of conveyance for the lot or lot so sold, which deed lie shall acknowledge before some ofiicer author ized to take acknowledgments, which d! shall ve-t in the purchaser a full and complete till to said !t or lots, subjM to rlemption f their owuer,itr ownvns or their sgehU, a helnaftr jMnwid.-d. 813. Rrdt mption of loft in tiro ycort. TliHt when any lot lt !iall bo sold for cororatlttt taxes, the owner or nvnon thereof may redeem the same in two years, by paying tlie pim-ba-wror pnrchaxer the sum of money paid by him her or them, for tlie taxes and cwt of sale, with fifty jx-r cent iin the said sum of taxes and ciwts, if redeemed within twelve mouth and if hot paid within twelve months one hundred r cent, and any deed for any lot orlntsauMfi taxes, shall Ik., forthwith filed for sate keying, by the tax collector, with the t-lcik of said eorjKvmlioti mid i) nltall l the duty of sail clerk, after the expiration of two years, to (Mirer such deed or deis tosiu h uinh;iM-r ir purchasoTs, wlicn called fr, that he, she, or they may liava tlie smite recordist ji 14. Cirri to rcccirr redemption Money. That the owin-ror own1 rs may nihs in such lot or lots so sold, by ooinplyiiitj with the pri visions of the preceding so4ion tis nnfitUiice, and thocb-rk of said Unrd i hereby authorize! and reiuirt-d to receive said tsleinjtion money, and to pay the same over to the purchaser or purchasers, u)xrt ai-lii-atioh for the same; tuid if the said clerk shall fail or refuse to do so, he shall forfeit and pay 'h-nble, the mnoioit rH-oveTsble Is-forA any court having coiiiM-tent jurisdiction thereof. 8 IS. Surjtlu of tale. If the proix-rty distraimsl sell for m.n than the amount of taxes due, the sin puis, after iwyuiir all cliarjrn for collection, shall lie refunded to the jiewi'i for the payment 4 whos taxes tlm dHrtnsoi snd sale shall have Us-n made, 8 1 0. Mayor ioexamine iiKeeniict in i-hchioh. That if tlielsvahl of aldermen shall fail to tnivt at the time tVii' mayor 1 direxits) bv convene said lard of aldermen, iu the eleventh section of this ordirt anee, the town constable shall, within live days thereafter, present .his list of delinquencies b the mayor of said corjMinition, in vacatiort-, who shall, within five days, examine the same, mid make such allow anee as may appear to be just and propi,ned certify the same under his band and seal of office-. 817. Real rttate told for pcr.ioiii!ty-ci'nstnole to mtcie Oath..- That hereafter, when any s-rson owning real estate in the corporit" tion of VomIvI!i, sball 1 assessed with Pix.non giKnls, witres, Pier' chandize ,or other pei-soiutl proH-rtv,Hiid M-rsonal prH'rty cannot bA found by the town constable, on which to levy n distress for sncli taxes he shall make nllidav it before the mayor of said corjorn?ion to thai eff.-ct w hen it shall he lawful for said' town eorHnble to dbtra!n tnrt n-al estate of such delinquent, for Mich unpaid taxes on peiwVnartV, as ell as for the taxes due on sitch real estate ; or if the taxes due upon such real estate be paid by the owner, then such real estate May lie distrained ami sold for the unpaid tau-n on ersotml property, as pn vid.-d in tlie chdi section if this ordinance. And in ev cry" such tkm the return shall state that sale was made fr taxes duo on -rsnaliy of the ow nor. Hoa deed cancelled. It shall be the duly of the Vb-rk 'of thj to relinquish the object of her affections." Bo savs somebody. A man who love loves fur life, unless he alters Lis mind. So says some body else. . Tetanus, or kx-kjaw, is tuecessfully treat ed with quinine. The New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal gives, at tonle length, the treatment ia a recent case, in which the cure is attributed altogether to qtiiiiiue. BIS. conV Vnt ion, uimu the redemption of anv lot or lots. Wore he deltVvr Ihe dcod of the same to w rite "i-anellcd " upon itsfiu-e, and his'offlchd name, together with the day and date of redi inption, and lie 'Hll enter the same on his file-is xik, to lie kept for that pVirtVMn f I ft. Redemption Rook, note hpt. that it shall l the duly if the cleii of the board tf aldermen to k'H-p a filelsx.W, jrt which ln shnll enter a list i'if All lots sold for taxi-, with the ow ner's name, Hnd purchaser's or purchasers', w ith the d;iv And date of sale. When tare) due and tonntalde to ditrc. That the Ues shall lx- due from and after the first day of Novemlx-r, of each And ev ery year; but the tax collector shall hot enforce collection by d'Mr- until after the firstday of March, excejtt in case frrvvidt fif In the eighth ms t,ion (Stills OMlriannv, , ' ' . ' . ' J'il. Cohntahlt to rtilleei iiuidcent taiet, if practicable. Tit when the town constable shall have n-xrtsl any insolvent or delin quents, ho shall, nevertheless, if practicablti, colloct the taxs due from such jx-rsons as may have l--n roporUxl insolvent and delinquent, ' and muke return thereof to Ihe tnasnrer of said eororation, and it shall be thodotv cf said treAsnrti- W reipiire Ihe town testable to Make affldnVil tx.-foro the rnayoV to hisrejMirt of the amount of money that has corne into his hands, under tho provihions cif this section, before he jays the same over tq jlhe treasurer. g2l CimMtallt td ttutke imlly letth ihenfi.ni It sliall 1w tho duty of the town constable, while coIl-tihg taxes as above provided, to mako weekly payment of all taxes he may liftve coII.x-Ih, to the treasurer of said corporation, taking Tits Voi'iclii-rs f the same; and if the said constable shnll fa'l lo make Hitch wix-kly settlenieiitA, he MiAll forfeit And ) the do;iiirtissioiis on all such liumie so n-laiiiol. Ari'KOVEU l ebruary Vth, i85:j. Ail brcllnaiKT, l IIKI.ATtoN TO I-ATKOISl Tiow, 1. fie. it ordainnl, by the Cor jurnile aathoritict if the tfiihn of H"rvtf('i7(- in ijcncral mretinif converted, That from and after the passage and promulgation of this ordiliililK., it shall 1 the duty of the constable of the town of Wixxlvilh-) to tT(s"iirc, with the con sent of the mayor, the assistance of any tiiimlk-r of persons, not ex ceeding three, on any night he may ib-i tn nectary, to aid him in patrol duty, and that said constable shall return, ut tlie expiration of each week, the number and Iiuiinav of piitrols he hits thus employed, and who may have served as patrols, to the mayor, w ho shall issue a warrant on the trearurer, to be countersigned by the clerk, for tlm sum of one dollar for each patrol, for every liipbt he performed pat Mi duty. And if any person so employed a a patrol slmlt Ix guilty of any drunkenness or riotous or disorderly conduct whilst on duty, he shall forfeit and pay on conviction, the sum of teu dollars, and be committed to jail until the fine and ctle paid. i. 'lhat the mayor rliall have jxiWer to call oilt any ntimVr the inhabitants of said town, to act in any emergency which may arise, for the preservation of the property, safety, jxutce and gixxl or der of said town, and any jx-rxon or jx-rsohs w ho May h flise to act when duly summoiiL shall forfeit and pay, on conviction, a fine of noi h-ss than fifty dollars, and be eolumitted to custody linlil fine and cost 1 paid. Approved, Febrttan- 7th; An Ordinance, t BP.I.ATIVM TO IIIUVS, CAHTK, JL'C. Bpckiok. 1. Re it orduinej by line t'nrjrtrote AuthorUlet of the town of Womleille in ieiu-rol tner.tiny vwW. "fhat from and af ter the passage ami Promulgation of this ordinance all draymen who haul for pay, shall takeout JiceliM! froiti the ulavor of said town, as heretofore, for which liet-nw he or they t,al pay the sum of ten dollars per year, and the mayor's fi. and if anv drnvmun h;ill Pik or haul any freight of any kind whatever, for any j-"rson, other than , himself, for pay without being so licensed, or if the driver or owner of any wagon, cart buggy, or other sixx-iea of t chicle, sluill take or haul any freight of any kind that can as well be hallhsl ou such . dravs, for any other jx rsou C,r py, fa barrels, boxes, trunks die.) ! such drayman, cartman, wagoner, or other person, shall be deemed acting in violation of this ordinance, and, on conviction; shnll be fined , in any sum not excelling five dollurn for the first offence, and not exceeding ton dollars for each subsequent offence. g2. That such licensed drayman shall not be allowed to chargn more than twenty-five cents for each load, which they shall so haul within tlie corporate limits of said town a load to consU of aa much as the i dray can conveniently hokl, and one horsft rau pull, of barrels lxes, trunks Ac, if there be so. much, and if there U- but '. a barrel, trunk, box, Ac, Uiey shall be entitled to charge and n-reive ' tlie same ; and if any person refuse, to give them their price m es- t tablUlted by Uiis onliimiiixs sitclt drayman shall nft te eotnp-Ucd to I haul for such pcrsoii. Arnl any dray mar. w hw slUrf pr-suVe to charge more than the price sjvijed, sl")(lf," li ioiivictin,he fimil inlikesum or sums as persons are lj- tlrw onlinines tsuiiul withort licciue. Al-PROVKP KeU-ar 7tb, 1853.