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TTffllE U AEdXD (DlITfYf WIEM A. i r n t i w j id ) - r n r- r n il -n f 71 1 X C." "..',.."? "-"Tr f 71 l n f n J :M HO 1 Cn, J CDiC j C COS A V DIG s( ififfl j id m , fnu d A J. A. STEVENS, Editor & Proprietor. YAZOO CITY, (MI.) FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1843. VOL. 7, No. 35.-Wholo. No. 338. a i u it 1 1 i: i h i' 'i'ax Collector's Sale, 77 vV LL null, mi iImj Court House do(r in ihc town of Benion, mi Mmday ihe !27th d ty of M ircli next, IN13, within the Lours prescribed by hw, the following described Town Lots., for tl tnxrs doe lor 1842, and nil cos's tint ;ivo or may accrue thereon. Lot No. I f0 in the town of Sitartia, as sessed to the heirs of John Vickers; taxes duo SI 00. Pr fee $S 00. P,irt of Lots N03. 153 and 141 situated in the town of Sitartia, assessed to James & Frederick Sherlev; taxes due $'l 00. Printer's fee $S 00. Lots Nos. 101), 110 ind 111 situated in the town c f Satartia, assessed to B. G.Sims; taxes due 75 cents. Pr fen $S 00. Lot No. 87 situated on Xazoo street in Yazoo ciiv. assessed to I he heirs of Betha- vim Yoiincr. taxrs die SI 00 Primer's f.e $S 00. Lot No 159 situated on Washington street. Lot No. 2 15 situated ou Jefferson street. Lot No 3ftT situated on West Alley, and Lot No 158 situated on Third street, nil in Yazoo citv, assessed to the heirs ol John Williams, 12, ranyo 2, west; east half southeast quar ter section 33, township 12, range 2, west; northwest quarter section 34, township 12, range 2, west, containing G58 acres; enter-t-d bv and assessed to R. II. Davidson, A. S. Brown and Enos Fletcher. Taxes due, Udollais and 88 cen's. S. L. JAMES, T. C. Y. C. Jan. 20. 143. (Pr fee $15) 2S-14t taxes due " 50. Pr fee ftS 00. Lois N'S. 203 ind 283 situated on II im ilton sirprl in Yazoo citv, assessed as the property of Thomas Ward, taxes due $2 00. Printer's fee $ 00. Lot No. 300 situated on Water street in Yazoo citv, assessed as the property of Wash ington Flliott, taxes due 50 cents. Printer's fee $S 00. "Lot No 22 situated in the town of Benton, Assessed as the property of the heirs of Wm. Jarrord. taxes due 21 cents. Pr -fee $S 00. Lot No 47 situate in the town of Benton, nampssed ns the property of Jrweph Gibson's Iieirg, taxes de 74 cents. Pr fee $ 00. JiOts Nos 143 nnd 145 situated on tho corner of Mound and Broadway streets in Yazoo city, assessed to the heirs of Win. T. Breckinridge; taxes doe 2 50. Primer's fee SS 00. Lot No 57 situated on Broadway street in Yazoo citv, assessed as the property of Geo. Garr. taxes dun $7 50. Pr fee $8 00. Fast half of Lot No 03 situated on the Tax Collector's Sale. 77" WILL offer for sale to the highest bid der. for cash, before the Court House door in the town of Benton, Yazoo county, on Monday, the 17 th day of April next, IS 13, between 11 o clock, A. M. and 3 o'clock, P. M., the following described lands aaid town lots, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the State and county tax due thereon for the year 1842, and all costs. Northwest quarter and west half north east quarter Section 35, west half Section 2G.east half northeast quarter Section 34, all in Township 13, Range 1, west; entered by and assessed to Wm. P. Grayson, but now belongs to the estate of Wm. R. Hale, con taining 037 21-100 acres: taxes duo 6 dol lars and 34 cents. Pr. fee 8 dollars. Fast hilf poutheast quarter Section 28, and east half northwest quarter and north half west half southwest quarter all in Town ship 10, Range 3, west, containing 189 acres, assessed as tho property of James Christian; taxes due 1 dollar. Pr. fee 8 dollars. Lot No. 80 situated on Monroe street and Lot No. 110 situated on North ATley, lying in Yazoo city, assessed as the property of Obedience A. Runnells; taxes due 1 dollar and 25 cents. Pr fee 8 dollars. Lot No. 52 situated on Broadway street, in Yazoo city, assessed as tho property of H G. Runnells and I. Caldwell; taxes due ono dollar. Pr fee 8 dollars Souih half west half southwest quarter c rr . uif l . . l oe;nuo 4, wesi uau uuriuuuai quarter anu north half west half northwest quarter and east half northeast quarter Section 18, south half northeast quarter and southeast quarter and east hall southwest quarter and east half northwest quarter Section 19, westlialf southwest quarter Section 20, east half south west quarter and west half southeast quar ter Section 20, east half northwest quarter corner of B'o:,dwav nd Mound streets, a,1(i wcst half northwest quarter and north south half of Lot No 420 situated on Mon-jbulf west half southwest quarter Section roe street in Yazoo city, assessed to the ;29, east half northeast ouarter and north theirs of Edward A. Jackson; taxes due 1 50. Pr fee 8 dollars. East half southwest quarter of Section 3G all in Township 12, Range 2. east, contain ing 122 acres, assessed as the property of D. G. & R. Moore, taxes due 1 21. Printer's fee 8 dollars. S. L. JAMES, T. C. Y.C. Dec. 0, 1842. 25-4t. half east half southeast quarter Section 30, all in Township 12, Range 3, East, contain ing 1219 44-100 acres, assessed as the pro perty of Hiram G. Runnel's: taxes due 29 dollars and 70 cents. Pr fee 15 dols. A parcel of land at the mouth of Sun Flower river containing 93 acres, assessed as Ihe property of Sarah Till; taxes due one dollar and 10 cents. Pr fee 8 dollars j East half southeast quarter Section 22, The Mother's Smile. BY A. E. GABPENTER. Tlvre are cloudu that must o'erthade ui There are griefa that all miiat know There are sorrows that have made U3 Feel the tide of human woe ; , But the deepest darkest sorrow, Though it sere the heart awl ile, Hope's cheering ray may borrow From a Mother's wtlcomo smile! There are days in youth that greet us With a ray too bright to last Thero are cares of age to greet us When those sunny days are past; But the past scenes hover o'er us, And give back the heart awhile, All that memory can restore ua In a Mother's welcome smile! Theie are scenes and sunny places On which mem'ry lovs to dwell There are many happy faces Who have known and loved so well; But 'mid joy or 'mid dejection, There is nothing can bt guile. That can show the fond affection Of a Mother's welcome smile! scurity, spring lorward and court the sun-1 A Concessional Awkwardlv Situated. shine and the light, r.s essential to ts exis- In the caihedial of Girgenti, in Sicilv, the icuce. i .e Eioom OI to-dav mav nerva hut .AiiohiPst ivhunpf ta hnrru tviih norf Hia. to prelude the e orv of to-mormw. Th thick cloud which hovers above, and darkens our path, may soon pass away and give place to blue skies and golden sunshine. 'Nature,' observes an ehqueui writer, "scatters the seeds of genious to the winds, and though some may perisb among the stony places of trie world, and some may be choked by the thorns and brambles of early adversity, yet others will now and then strike root, even in the clfis of the rock, struggle bravely up into sunshine, and spread over their birth place all the beauties of vegetation." So with ths ways of (ortune. It is a cherished theory of ours, that sooner or later, even in this life, the beings who cling to truth, virtue and integrity who hava hope in Heaven, who make proper use of the faculties and energies with which they are blessed by Providence, will ultimately succeed, and MISCELLANEOUS. tinctness from the great western door to the cornice behind the altar, a distance of two hundred and fifty feet. By a most unlucky coincidence, the precise focus of divergence Lobed fn de 6ablei Th, .mile of beauty ri t Ihn Ti irm As avail. r maj Jman r It- I.. t - 21. f I . at the former station wa clioscn for the place of the confespional. Secrets never intended for the public ear thus became known, to the dismay of the confessors and the scandal of the people, by the resort of the curious to tho opposite point (which seems to have been discovered accidentally) until at length one listener, having had his curiosity somewhat over gratified by hearing his wite7s avowal of her own infidelity, this tell-tale peculiarity became generally known and the confessional was removed. Iler sckelVs Treatise on Sound. The Tlace of Rest. Let man be ever so much troubled and worn down by toils and afflictions of life, his mind will picture to him a place of hi: ure rest, be he an infidel, he pictures an hour at hand of deep and undisturbed repose. when the bodyunay sink into dreatnlcsu sluu- ber. Le he a tollowerot tne crof-s. he looks forward to abright and blissful hour, when us disembodied spirit shall wing us fliglt with cherubim and seraphim to the abode of us Creator, "where the wicked cea&e from troubling, and the weary are at rest. tie le Mahommedan, he looks thro the bright vista of the future, the golden portals of'Eiy- sian opens to his mind in licentious grandeur. where the soul shall feast through endies eternity on the verdant pasture of his peci- har paradise. Should he be a child of green Columbia's wilds, free and unuamtnt led. proud, erect and unlettered in his native glory, he looks with the fondest hopes to his j spiritual hunting grounds, where the white man shall "De conkrekation vill pleeshe to sing de von dousanth and two'th pslam," said may. in tho true spirit of philosophy, smile Dutch parson as he gave out the morning upon the storms and tempests, in which, for ' . a t'me thev rmv be snrrounded. "Time. " .ne;o "e not so many in the book," re f..:.i, nA c,.;,ii0 cnt;! Ponaed the chorister. alter such a convulsion as has been experi- . Vel1' dcn P,ee3h to s'ng as many as enced in the monetary and commercial world of this Union. 1 he worst, we leel satished Remedy for the Tnnriiirnf V r'm I r r.o K a klaejt Av that Palttor O'Flonnft mi rt ... I ... " -' ' ."V w.-wwv. I - - - tias gone by. I he tdtcrk should not oe he followini? valuable reeeiDa from an an. an sent me home to ver house! "Swate .!.. I n - r I o - - uisrsgaroea, tor in wiai tuiure. w uu wjo cient book Oi medicine Revenge. 'Revenge is as incompatible with happiness as it is hostile to religion. Let him whose heart is black with malice,'" and studious iof revenge, walk through tio. fields while clad with flowers, to eye there is no beauty, the flowers to hfl exhale - ni frasranee. UarK as nis eo' "aiurs 19 Vehts not op his "bosom with joy but the furies of hell rage in his breast, and reader him as miserable as he would wish the objeet of his hate. But let him lay bis hand on his heart, and say, "Revenge, I cast thee from me Father forgive me as I forgive my enemies," and nature assumes a new and delightfal garniture. Then, indeed, are the meads verdant and the cowers iragrant then is the music of the groves delightful to his ear, and the some of virtuous beauty lovely to the soul. , Jonathan, where were you going to yes terday when I saw you going to mill!" Why, I was going to mill, to be sure. Well, I wish I'd seen you. I'd got you to carry a grist for me Why you did see me, did'nt yeul' Yes, but not until you had got clean out of sight.' A SMALL MATRIMONIAL EREEZE.-Arrah, Pat, and why did I marry ye, just tell me that for its myself that's had to maintain ye ever ercise of the proper faculties, animated by might answer: "Get a larga kettle of wa the proper motives, ana pursuing sieauny ter let it come to a boil, then put your and vigilantly laudable objocts, contentment, nead jnto it and let it simmer for precisely peace and prosperity will assuredly be found, an hour; tako out vour head and shake all ean . It reads as if it jewel," replied Pat, not relishing the charge, larsa kettle of wa- nd its myself that hopes I may live toeee markets in St. Petersburg. Not only is every thing brought in sledges to market, but the sledges serve at the same time lor shops and counters. ine mats which cover the coods are thrown back a your teeth in a heap; pick out the decayed ones and throw them away. The sound ones you can put back njain. If this won't cure you nothing will." the day when yeVe a widow, weeping over the could sod that covers me tnen by ct. Patrick I'll see how ye get along without me, heneyl" , A morning paper says, that a newspaper is a mirror wnicn renecis intelligence irorn all quarters of the globe, as the first four let ters of Its name denotes -NEws--nonn, east, Noble.. The boys in one of the public I west, eouth. little, and the pieces of geese, lowls, and schools in Boston, recently collected thirty calves, are ranged on the dge, and hung up dollars tor the purpose of procuring an arlt- at the corners and on the tops ot the pus's, fictal leg for one of their unfortunate school- rhe geese are cut up into a hundred pieces; fellows. Such true nobleness deserves no- the necks are sold separately, the legs sepa- tice. raieiy.ineneausauu rumFa -au An Extraordinary Delusion. There in dozens and halt dozens strung together, u beeQ for some lime regident in Bansor Came out of the Ark, and printers have beea i i' i l . i vv hnor.r ia inn nnnr in miiiik hi liih niinn. i . ... . . . . . . v i . . i . . , . : - l - no loneer nisiuro nia repose or ,"""" t'"w - r a native ol the sister kingdom, who is a be- cheated out oi meir dues ever since mo ir.enmi unnn hia anrtc. ft! a n in hut I h a Ml VS a Sir I IIU OI Kiucn ucaua, atiu lie nuu i; : L. . r J : J - I? ... It is very improper for a gentleman lo snore so loud in church, aa to disturb the rest of the congregation. A DhilosoDber sravely and truly remarks. that eels harvo been skinned ver since Noah Came out of the Ark, and printers have beea cheated out of their dues ever since the ne wno .( ,i , . . -j' i;, lOripntinls nrinted with blocks of wood, vet creature of hope which lingers on his mind 'finds, the hsads too dear, gives six copecks believes that in "bv-rone davs" he ex" neither do eels set used to betnff skinned. anot at-r. . . i.u.j t. .-j.i... a through life, and brightens the prospoct when the dreary embers of his exigence is about to flicker into another stats of existence. " Oh, Lord, what is man that thou art mindful of him, or the son of man that thou vieitests him!" Port Oibion Herald. isted as the celebrated Dean Swift, and that his next doom is to be metamorphosed into a t " . la rabbit. will of old strong nor printers to being fleeced. At a church where there was a eall for a minister, two candidates appeared and whoso names were Adam and Low,the latter preach ed an elegant discourse from the text I WILL oiler fors.le,.otl,e I igliest bidder lf of southwest quarter Section 23. for cash, before the court house door .in the town of Benton, count v f Y zoo and State of Mississippi, on Monday, the twent v-foorih i dav of April. 1R13, between 11 o'clock. A. M. nnd 3. P. M., ihe following described 'Town Lots, being in Y.iZoo city, lo wit: Nos. 47 and 4S, on the corner of Broadway ahd Yai.oo strecis. No. 65, fronting on Broadway, between Mound and Water streets. No. 131, fronting on Choctaw street, be tween 3rd and 4th streets. Nos. 2N." nnd 2(). a I Upper Landing. Nos 410 and 4 17, between Monroe street and South alley all in 1 ownsh;p II, Kange I, west, co-itain ing 1G0 41-100 acres, entered by and assess ed to John M. McMorrough; taxes due 2 dollars and 40 cents. Pr fee 8 dollars. Lots Nos 22i) and 230 situated on Main street in Yazoo city, assessed as the proper ty ot John Li. Knox's heirs; taxes due 4 dollars. Pr fee 8 dollars. Lot 272, corner of Ward &. Jefferson sts TIME, FAITH AND ENERGY." BY ROBERT MORRIS, ESQ. Perhaps there never was a period in our history, when greater necessity the exercise of the recuperative energies of the people and of the country, than at this present moment . Thousands have been in jured by ihe vicissitudes of trade and the changes of fortune. I he rich have become poor, and the independent have lost their means of support. Many under such cir cumstances are disposed to despond. They fear that their chance has gone by, that the tide in their affairs has been at its flood and is subsiding, that the future has littlo hope or no encouragement for them. Not so, how ever, in a country like ours, it we possess health and energy, and are on the sunny side of fifty. Ingenuity, industry and per- ill for a lot of necks; while he who cannot ford these makes shift with a couple dozen feet, which he stews down on Sunday into Ronn for his familv. The slodires with men. r.aUes. and L'oats. have the most ex- Old Maids. Say what you inordinary aooearance. These animals aie maids, their lovo is generally more brought to market perfectly frozen. Of and sincere than that of the young milk-and- Adam, where art thont'1 in the afternoon, course they are suffered to freeze in an e:x- water creatures whose hearts vibrate be- Adam preached from these words, "Lo, ktrt A A ,D koanan in tViio otata Ihoii ! tft'efill the lOVS Of WedlOCK and the (llSSlDl I nm f" ICUUU V' ' 1 14 V I'UUUV I 1. IU1 .9 ..T I rf j - 4 I 1JJ . . r. lam most manageable. There stand the tall tions of a ball room. Until the heart of extsiea lor . ; ... .. . . , , : ki c ..i; c t.. J I t.rr: i.rti .t. . h "ores o! the oxen, like blood-stained gnosis, n wp'c ' remmg mimj mw "uisa mo vtuicm- is ine name oi anew liitinu un their lonr horns, around the sides clusively on one subject, her lovo is like the I fashioned bonnet worn by the ladies some- nf the sledtro while the eoals. looking ex May shower which makes rainbows but fills I where, and invented by somebody. The O ' .o I , .. . . actlvas if they were alive, only with taint, no cistern igentiemen nna mem very convenient, ana a'-i-zoH. and Aozen eves, stand threateningly ,r rnn . pIn a otmr,rtra, I the ladies elceedtngly pleasant. The de- opposite to one another. Every part is hard says that "every stroke ot a pendulum ush-jm,nd ftr em becoming very great. as au)iic. i us wiua wo v,u uw, ers one nninan oein? into existence. we trunks of trees, with axe and saw. The sum)0se this is the reason that those villages Russians are particularly fond of the suck- WMich have only one town clock have fewer ingpig, and whole trains ot sledges laden inhabitants than the great cities with iiit.int swmft r.ome to the market. 1 he little starvelings, struns? toiiether liko Velvet Carpet. Most people navo seen D , c i , , i r i : thrushes, are so d bv the dozen, and the neauinui arucie oi paper nangmgs, usu in Yazoo city; assessed to Malone & Han- ion, anu now oeioiiging to ljiicas oi n.sKnage, severance, "tune, iann and energy and will be sold as their property. Taxes accomplish much. Some of tho most cmi due I dollar and CG cts. Pr. fee 8 dollars, nent men that ever lived were comparative- Lot 353. corner of Leake and Washington ly obscure in early life. Adversity not only streets, in Yazoo city; assessed to Malone & tested their energies, but it roused and ex- 422, 423 and 421. adjoining lots, corner llanlon, but now belongs to Thomas Adams, cited their minds. I hey saw the necessity Lek street and Souih alley. or his heirs, and will be sold as such. Taxes of an extraordinary struggle; and nerving 42S. corner of Pern st. and .o,iili nllv due-1 dollar and 6(S r.ta. Pr. fee 8 dollars, themselves to ihe trials and temptations of 4taand417,lvingbetween Broadway and Lot 14, on Washington street, between they rsbedon boldly, and in most cases Madison street. HnWo nnrt 1 trPi m Yartm r.itv. Madison, between Mound and LsPSed io Malnnn Hanlnn. hut now be- arund tho sledge. Tlie anatomy ol tho 454. on v? a.er streeis ,on ,Q Lemuej c MoorC( and win be sold oounjad by uroadway, Madison-st., as 8UC,. Taxes due 1 dollar and CO cents. Water street and South alley. Printer fee, 8 dollars. 479, on Town Bayou between Main and NortUhaIf 0, west half of southwest quar Wash.ngton streets; and one hundred acres, , of gection 34 ,ovvnship 13f ranse x E., more or less, not laid off in lots, lying on south half of cast half of southwest quarter flreet8' ?t as 'h? Pr.; section 2, township 9, range 3, west, contain- .pert, of Ihe i heirs of S. O. Matthews, dee'd. nboul8i acre3. Taxes due $1 22- The Adm.n.stratororLxec.itorof the estate Assesscd as ;he property of Elisha Walter, of said Matthews was called on by mo for printer'3 fee 8 dollar?. me taxes on sua propeny, anu ne re.use , TJ wpg, ha,f of northwest ,er u7 V"" ,X "r"" " , to pay the snme. Said property may at ih.slr f. ,.a Mal .,,r . t.OQ., spirit of manhood within us, and with a moral time be claimed bv other persons, but I will . SrU . rrr' .r courage, worthy a lofty and intellectual na with success. The truth is, that experience, although a severe, is a most excellent task master. No one knows better how to enioy wealth than the individual who has acquired it through the sweat of his brow. Fewun . a derstand the real mntHiions and the true philosophy of life, who have not seen tHe air-blown bubbles of youth and hope fade away as they attempted to clasp them -who have not realized much of the disappoint mem ana vexation to wnicn human tlesh is heir. It is only by trial hat we become fully j qt tjiaw mica ior our conamon mat we leci me onfT-lecged mothers keep watch over them Uy termed " velvet paper," the figures on Scraps. When men speak ill of yoti live so as nobody will belive them. Without frugality none can be rich, and few with it would be poor. We increase our wealth, not so much by increasing our money, as by lessening out desires. Vert Appropos. A preacher having mar which resemble fine cassimcre of brilliant n.icaion hnn-hpr i vprv simnla scienen colors. The velvet carpet is made upon ajried a couplein church the other dar. un - F ... . rrl i T I 1,. . I V . . For as every Dart, flesh or bono, is abke similar principle, ine uaao is ui a uueap lonunaieiy gave om as ;ne nymn-aiistaken ...i .u-.. u ..in i r.a rorr.ri t n And stroos? cotton sheeting. the fisures I souls that dream of heaven. ... . . . I n I C . J 1 I AlrtMt. HHM.n.M tl, natural r a nn nf the io nt. YV th are lorraeu oi gm wiwuw uuwvi ,tiuus the saw thev cut up hovs into a number of i colors ground up fine, and secured to af .. steaks, an inch or two inches thick, as we do a rumpot beef. The flesh splits and shivers during the operation like wood, and the lit tle beggar wenches are very busy picking base by a strong copal cement, The A n ll n I- T 1 1 1 ihA I gouMBuitu woiguiug a iaav noi nnaing rich I ui"v-iouv.j wcigui, put a is loot into) tno 1IC II It l US II Oil I , 1 U . . I . and elegant figures are rapidly formed by a - ' ..""1 Se ! Decu iar Drocess and operation of machine- , " ? i V , .J' r uuc? . . . .. tuanmx nwdi,st not of the snow. rable, and will come into market cheaper You do not ask for a steak, a chop, a joint, than any other kind, for handsome floors. but for a slice, a block, a lump, a splinter of i American iuecnamc iar process anu out-rauou oi luauiiiue-i j , j. 7'. This carpet is calculated to be very du- deedj lhe "rone foot weighed The best Directory to find out who are prompt and honest men, is tho subscription . . a.ti .i i WAxir At inm vmi riiDnnw aX M a a . meat. Tho same is the case wun nsn; mey T. ft Mor - Tftmnu at Nan-no. the most .v' .r1 W1 "wspaper too are as if cut out of marble and wood. Lpacious building in Illinois, has been corn- I nose oi ine uhuiuuiod bucwics, una Here may be foumd the names and residence nf thousands of ipleted. It cost nearly $200,000. The Mil- Rood paying subscribers, tnd therefore mav the . .a I . I . a. sniiKi, are orougui in sscks, dnu luey ur pui eriies. not to be beh nd th s. are construct ha trusted and caafided inS r,rf uuariur,auu uunu uau ui cmi uiii oi suuui- . j, :,: u.. eas quarter; west h f of southeast quarter I . e Mow of misfort or he disheartcn sou n nan o, a ...i quarter o, d because clouds and darkness occasionally ao.fi..i. Ol nil in Inivnihin 1.' ii ro n no 1 . J ' '"o, : 7. '; r s 1 obscure the prospect. This at least is the easi, coil a o n" ou utita hssussuu to, anu . . i: rpi , . , ... ' j k- ti" nAa 'vaBA., a a lrue Pollcy- h de,17 bas given us many i vrr:: ' vv:.::; Me attributes. we u,e in . world which lace, for 1841. to Geo. B. Damerou. West half ; u ; -i . e -- t i. ;,. r , country is rich in soil, m fertility, in health tt: of northeast quarter ot section 27, township M n. 4 31 . n to in o ,,;: w si inn SDd in enlerPnH' Millions yet unborn may P 12, ranee 2, east, containing 79 84-100 rn n nnri nrnaa . ' , ,.J sell it exclusively for the taxes due thereon for the year 1842. Taxes due, (including State and countv.) 30 dollars SAMUHL L. JAMES, . i Tax Collector of Yazoo county. : Jan.20, 1843. (Pr fee $37,50) 28-14t - I will offer, at the s.ime time and place, 1bo fllowtng described property, to wit Southwest quarter section 29, township ' n A Mnn.raaa LitMW.a.fl a..Jl 1 t I J T? a range -s, wei, cuuw.,...g u ..u..u.eu iu acres: enterea oy ana .sscssea 10 r ouniam new of . . - " - -Muujf vi v ui i lij y aim yj and lumps of ice, in which they lie cool enough. It is not uncommon for the whole caroo lo be trozen into one mas3, so that crowbar and pincers are required to get at individual fish, bo long as the cold in win ter keeps every fluid concealed, and tho snow covers every impurity with a white car grow up and prosper upon her bosom, while -sixty acres; entered by and assessed to John Land for 1812. Taxes due 1 dol. and 20 cts. G. Andrews1 and Enos Fletcher. Taxes Assessed for duer-2 dollars and 40 cnts. " Pr fee $7,50. Taxes due on the above described land for Southeast quarter and east half southwest 1 the year 1841, 1 1 dob. and 25 cents; ass'd quarter, and west halt northeast quarter ol to said George li. JJimeron. section 7, township 11, nnge 2, west; east 8. L. JAMES, T. C. Y.C. half southwest quarter tection 27. township I Jan. 13, 1813. 27-llt nrncrifi r! t V n ra fta..Inr. A ! L. r A .o.oc.J f, 1(5(1 in (ipnrrrp It TVimprnn. ' r ..' ' . . r .. .... ww., j.. noomcu iui im1. n, inns . 1 i" - w. w tty, .11.11, TV C say to those who have sufjerei or are suffer :mg from the mutatTons of fortune be not cast down do not despair! Gather a lesson from some of the frail but green and glori ous vines, which, bora in darkness and ob . . a mi i i V" a . : - W a Wa,. W V T o into the scales wun snoveis. ine targe i ing -n Boston, a house big enough to hold for one, two and three years, whofrem their pike, salmon, and sturgeon, every inch of Ljf the true believers till the world comes 1 indifference never think of paying for value which was once so lithe and supple, are now tQ aQ en(J OQ lhQ 23(j 0f April next. received. We always tt,ke it for granted, stiffened as if by magic. To protect them . 1 that a man who "pay thelprinter,' may be from the warmth, incase of sudden thaw If it be true that marriages are made in trusted with almost any thing. Luminary. would essentially deteriorate heaven, some lolka inave aevii.su lew inenas , 1Bm,M.i ,t-... their flavor they are covered with snow thero we fancy. IS. x. lat. f . g . . , Tt, , ,. I i i o . 9 J uuuiao li is said that however well young ladies Brown, "that l dare not trust It without may-be versed in grammar, but very few of Pray?r- .Thcr resemblance is. indeed , 1 , m b,,r;m ' striking and apparrentj they both, when thev them can decline matrimony. .u... u.j i ' .l' . ... ibtiiu vuey uuu, ieav mo soui ai uoerty Tar and Feathee3 Married in Boons- and wise is he that remembers beth that they vill. Tenn., on the 28th ult., Mr. li. larr w " T VZ . UV3 uul J a avlDe Misa Jane Feathers. This is tho last case pet, this Haymarket is- tolerably clean, and 0f tailing and feathering that we have heard you cannot pics up mucn airt mat may not 0f, easily be removed, I faith in Jesus Christ The YOUTiirtJi. mind. A straw will make an impression on tho virgin RnnKnt i All offal that is thrown irt-eiu ,nd 1 that snow remain but a short tJm nA 1 r .1. J 1UUDE3T11. DEaUiy H UCcioiwv.i I . - . away is inswauy .ruu to toe grounu. i na .n h;en beneath the horse's hool can hardly penetrate it. So r j z m l . r ii. i Bttiuvtii w o nv . m.-- . . tlnce mere is lormea in me course pi me .. - ,r. mnat han- it is With the vouthml mind. A inHm . 1 .. P . , I TOIt Ui IClirillU lUUUCBlV. 1 LIU I , xl a. ilium,; winter such an accumulation of sheeps eves, f . - . . . aUracts wotd may make ah impression on it but after fiah tails, r.rahs' Khells. iroata1 hair. hav. riun. . . . & L ra .....it.. i. T j 7 7i . I -.'. "(L and charms the senses, never appears so ' ujcsi powenui appeals may fat, blood, &c, that when spring strips off . u . . Ke, aro,,i neenin cease to influence ih . Think of thi, wh .I. l. I"""'! u n ucu II l usuvm "Jti 1 O I ' J " " r. the olace I .. .f . . "1 lUcn ii,A i nr it. :.. a trom the midst oi its curtain oi greemeaves, i nannu ius miaui mioa, ana I which serves to nartiallv nrotect it from the I leave such impressions thereon as will be Isun and elements, and which renders its' safe for it to carry amid tho follies and temp- charms doubly interesting and oeauttiui. i anons oi me wona We have two moons this month.