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y I SCt-? ... r I i ' I i, . t 1 . .1 awJ U f ! -7 II VI N v. , i. - L LJ LJv-J Ly L-3 .. J. A. STEVENS, Editor &, Proprietor. YAZOO CITY, (ML) FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1843. VOL. 7, No. 47. Whole No. 350. Insolvent Notice. THE undersigned having been appointed at tho February Term, 1813, of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, Commis siomers of Insolvency upon tho Estate of Bethavien Young, dee'd, will meet on the first Saturday of each month at -the Office of James Haydcn, io Yazoo city, to audit claims against said estate. JAMES HAYDEN, GEO. B. WILKINSON, NATHANIEL PERRY. Yazoo city, March 17, 1843. 36-tf. Great Enterprise! UNITEDSTATES SATURDAY POST Aim eiinonioLE. A Family Newspaper of the Mamoth Class. NOTICE. T ETTERS of Administration de bonis "- non were gran ed .me at the March Term, 1813, of the Probate Court of Yazoo county, on the Estate f Nathaniel N. Hurst, dee'd, All persons indebted to the late firm of Whitehead &. Hurst, will come for ward and make settlement and payment; lixewise all persons indebted to said Hurst individually. Those having claims against Whitehead &, Hurst, and IS. IS. Hurst indi vidual'y, will present themduly authentictt ed or they will be forever barred. JOAB II. RICHARDS, AdnVr de bonis non of N. N. Hurst, dee'd Benton, April 7, 1813. ttMit pi ALMON in kits, k) Mackerel in do. Do In half and one-eiehth bbls.. Boston No 1 Loaf Sugar, Harria chewing Tobacco, (Heavy pieces) Bulk Pork, for Bale by FUQUA & WILSON. Yazoo city. March 24, 1843, 37-tf CIECULAE To Uie Planters and Merchants of the Cotton growing region on the Mississippi. FTT1HE undersigned has established a new Cotton Press in this city, in tho ipa cious fite rroot oneds ot James &rwin, Esq., immediately above the angle build ings in the Second Municipality, where he has ample room to store ten thousand bales of Cotton under cover. He oners to the Planters and Merchants to receive their Cotton free of Storage, hoping to remune rate himself therefor bv the superior adran tage of his compressing machine; he binds himself to perform as well and as cheap as other presses in the city. He therefore res pectfully requests those who wish to save the expense of storage, to instruct their agents lo deposit their cotton in his press. JOHN BALDWIN. New Orleans, Feb 2. 18 13. 33-31. Proapectoa of EVERY YOUTH'S GAZETTE. SECOND VOL. MICE REDUCED. The largest, handsomest, and cheapest Pe riodical for the Young, in the U. States: nublishcd every fortnight at tho office of the New World, ana every numuer erooei lishcd with elegant Engravings. WE enter upon the second volume of Evert Youth's Gatts on tho first of January, 1843, in the lull connaeDce oi exceeding, in an eminent degres, our previous efforts in making one of the moat instructive, useful and entertain ing periodicals, for tho young of both sexes, ever belore established in this country. One great fea ture in tho ' Youth's Gazette,' in the ensuing vol., will be the reprinting of all the popular works for children, by the most eminent English authors, such as Mrs. Sherwood, Mary Howitt, Emily Tay lor, Maiia Hack, Miss Strickland, Miss Wakefield and many others, all which will be embellished d in Juondon, and are not rnnllE proprietora of th e Saturday Evening Post XL liave purchased the entire establishment of the 'Stcrbit CflRowicLE," and also that of the "United States" weekly newspapers, the im menee subscription list of which concerns they have united with the heavy list of the SATUR DAY POST, a family newspaper of 22 year standing, and now issue the three in one under the title ot THe united states saiuruaj Post and Chronicle.' The present number will commence THE TWENTY-FOURTH VOLUME, and with the superior facilities now possessed by the proprietors, they can anora io puDiisn a larger, handsomer, and better paper for the money than can De had elsewnere. ine editorial department will be under the control of aeveral gentlemeu of high literary standing and ability, and will be conducted with a degree of vigor and spirit that must render the paper one of the very best ever issued in the country. The great aise of the sheet will enable the proprietors to give a greater varie ty of original and selected matter than can be tound in cotemporary sheets, the matter win in many respects be of a different quality. The design ot tbe proprietors being, to ma&e a First rate Family Newspaper in every particular, calculated to meet the wishes of the people from one end of the Union to the other, the following are the points to which they invite attention, as embracing the character of the sheet. THE GREAT SIZE. It is a sheet of the largest class is printed on fair, clear tvDe. with fine white paper, and con tains more reading matter than any weekly pub lished. Ponnlar Tales. It is devoted to the highest grade of light Lite rature, each cumber containg three or four chaste Original and Selected TALES ; which, while they shall interest the youne, shall at the same time point a moral. It also contains much rood, and never any bad POETRY. A copious compound of well-told Anecdote, Rich Humor, Pointed Wit, Just Satire, and Sentiment the most touching. It contsins also, the greatest variety of Original Tales, Sea Sketches, Esssys, Poetry, Songs, Char ades, besides the latest and best selection from the American and Enzliah Magazines, and all other fountains of choice Original Literature. In fine, the Post, upon which the concern is founded, has been conceded every where to be the very first newspaper in the country In the quality and quantity of it Original TaUs Essays, tbetry and ouet matter. tier iollowa e list ot names ot about tilty emi nent writers, who are regular contributors to the paper, which we have not room to inaert.j Utigxual atones appear in every numoer oi ia paper, wun unginat articles ot au rwgecu. PUBLIC LECTURES. A portion ol its columns will be devoted during the Leciure Season, to SCIENTIFIC LECTURES carefully reported at length a feature possessed by no othar weekly paper by one of ine oesi jxe porters in the United Stales. Hence, tubcrtbers remote can nave all toe advantage ot tnese nigniy popular discourses with but little cost. Tbe great size of the paper also enables us to give all im portant Congressional rroceedings at length, end all reports and o.hcr public documents in full, together with occasional Congressional Speeches in full. THE FAUHEIIS. It is intended to make the paper one of great interest to the Farmer, by giving the Reports of the dinerent Agricultural Associations; the new i - .mi; j .it. inventions; late experiments in iming, ana note e papers lrom every source entitled to conndence; The Forest Trees. IT ELIZA coos. Up with your heads, ye aylvaa lords, Wave oroudiv in the braese. Fot our cradle bands and coffin boards X.I us t come from the forest trees. TTftrfTriVrn r.o. t:...l rnnn ....!. h.. it ' . , TV.. .t i I Wa bless r for Tour atttnmer shade. iut weii assort ea, ana ipr aaie, oy Whe 0-ur w -u limbB f .. . . - i iL' nvTATTftm nT a u vr i . - - - CASTINGS. Yazoo City, March 10, 1843. . 35-tf. rZfiK DUDLEY'S.. 0 so WOOD'S. For sale by DRENNING & CLARK. Yazoo City .'March 10, 1843. 35-tf. NOTICE. CilNCEtlie burning of their Bawiiko" House, 13 the COMMERCIAL BANK has been re moved to'lhe Brick Building on Main street,where the Ouice rlanters Bank was formerly kepi. . J. J. IIUurlEo, Cashier. Yazoo city, Feb 24, 1843 33-tf DEEF, DEEF, DEEF !! Our thanks are due for your winter aid, ti icii mm piiv me ongat log nr. Oh! where would be ourrute on the aea. And the fame of the sailor band. " Were it not lor the oak and Cloudrown'd pine, mat spring on ttie quiet land? When the ribs and masts of the good ship lire, And weather tbe gale with ease, Take his glass from the tar who will not give A neaitn to tno torest trees. Ye lend to life its earliest joy, And wait on its latest paset I In the circling hoop for the rosy boy, And me easy cnair lor age. The old man totters on his way, With footsteps short and alow; But without the stick for his help and stay, not a yard's lengtn could he go. those who presented themselves before him, . lancmaffe too hMiitifni fnr men. who under- JJessene Synd appeared, bearing his infant I stood it not. 1; - I child in his arms. The major had wholly Tint hm w. hr,hi kv t 9TtlK tK forgotten him, and the mariner in which he distress of a nenhew at Vienna, who waa in- had been compelled to enforce the payment volved in troubles which demanded the pre of bis arrears: nor would he now hare re-1 nr nf h! nia cognised him, had he not boldly advanced Beethoven set oot on fool to save expanse. to the foot of the stone steps, a the top of lOnenieht he stopped at a email house soma and asked fcofpitality. ;eerftjlly, shared JWita a f 1. . 1. - mnr unit rs area mm in inaoEEi "Do you remember nie, sabib,?n demand-1 8eat before the 6re. which me conecior was Biiucg, bs i rjeiore leagues from V enna. staiea, neanng ana aajuagin&e eeverai 'niey welcomed him I ..A.raa .Kn. n m a l- In hi m I . u;v9 mat vaiuo uciuiq uuui i him lliir I led the native, aalaamm? to the ground. "Does the great Englishman remember the poor Indian who last year was made to pay the long arrears!" - burely, replied Tomlmson. 'I am he, worthy collector, I am he, who bad his every tce (a small coin) -taken from mm, when the child he now bears in bis arms and bis old father were almost starving. i am be, who at that moment made a vow to the gods of his fathers that be would live When the table had been cleared, the fa ther of tbe family opened an old harpsi chord, and his three sons took each his in strument from the wall, while the mother and her daughter were occupied with their household duties. -The father led the performance, and the all four commenced with their harmony, that innate genius for music, which the Germans alone possess. It feemed that what they played interested them greatly, for they aba- fTHHE undersigned would respectfully in XL form the citizens of tbis place, that they The hazel twig in the stripling's hand I to be revenged on the destroyer of his for- Idoned themselves to if. bodv and soul, and tune and his happiness, and thus I accom- (the two females quitted their work to listen, plish my oath." und the emotions depicted, on their inno- The collector started op, fancying the cent faces, showed how much their hearts man was about to assault him. He, on the I were moved. will, hereafter, be found at the Market House every morning, prepared to turnisn custom ers with fine fat Beef. WILKINSON A FORREST. Yazoo city, March 24, 1843. ' 37-tf Fresh Seed Oats and Potatoes. tTTlfh-Ov sacks white Egyptian Oats, tH4l 200 sacks Black Polan, 50 barrels white Potatoes, for sale by DRENNING & CLARKE. Yazoo city, Feb. 3. 1843. 30-tf. Commercial Bank of Manchester,) Yazoo Citt, April 12, 1843. ) fTTlHE following gentlemen were chosen -Li. Directors in the Commercial Bank o Manchester, at the annual Election of the Stockholders, on Monday, the 10th inst.-. R. H. Cage, J. VY. Babnett, R. K. Pickett, Waiter Huntington, Jno. P. Bailet, Hath magic power to please; And the trusty staff and slender wand Are pluck'd trom the forest trees. Ye are seen la the shape of the blessed plow And the merry ringing rlail: Ye ahine in the dome ot the monarch's home And the sacred altar rail. In the rustic porch, the wainscoted wall, In toe gay triumphal car: In the rude built hut or the banquet hall, sxq matter: mere ye are: j Then up with your heads, ye aylvan lords! wave proudly in tbe breeze; From our cradle bands to our cofSn bojirda we're in debt to the torest trees. other Tiand, calmly stepping one pace back, suddenly raised his child high above his head, and seiziug it by its ankle, in the next instant dashed out its brains on the step be That observation was all tbe part winch Beethoven could take in what was passing, for he could not hear a single note; only in the precision of. the movements of the per- F. Barksdale, J.M. Allen, J. R. Bedford, P. O'DONNELt, Novel llevcnge. BY H. B. ADDISON. T JH WIL80' JNO- r- CAI"T A curious feelins with retard to retalia.- At a meetlnJ of the DJrectoTslerr."J.en on8 Commercial Bank of Manchester, held attherno" 4UUl- i,e3e FF' l"ai but coollv argued on the justice of it: adding excited your fteliors.': Banking House on Tuesday, the 11th inst., H a ur more severe punisnment to tne lhat if he escaped from bis present doom, he He -took the sheets, F. Earksdala was re-elected President of lhaj pecsor who lias injured them to rum their fore which he wasstanding. Then, turning formers, in the animation of their counte totbe horrified magistrate, he calmly added, nances, which showed how vivid were their 'Behold my act of retaliation! The child feelings, be recognized tbe superiority of mat ties aeaa oetore you was ray only one, I those men over the Italian musicians, weli my one. I have destroyed it -Ihave sacri. J organized musical machines. ficed it to tbe god of vengeance, and its pre- When ihey had finished they warmly clasp cious blood be on your bead! You are its led one another's hands as "if to communi murderer; 1 have killed it in your name. It cate the impression of happiness which they is even now in the valley of death, calling jiad felt, and the young girl threw herself for revenge on you, who are its real assas- weeping into the arms of her mother, sin. Had i possessed any thing more dear, JTben afier 6ome consultation they again I would have sacrificed it in the same way, took their instruments and recommenced. to secure the punishments which must await (This time their exaltation was at its height; you. My revenge is now complete." 1 their looks were full of fire and feeling. Tbe wretcheed fanatic was instantly set- "My friends," said Beethoven, 4I am very zed, and shortly afterwards tried. Far from unfortunate in not being able to share tho attempting to palliate bis offence, he loudly pleasure,. which -you enjoy, for I too love gloried in it; far from speaking of it as a music; bat you have perceived that I am rash act, committed in a moment of tempo- too dzzf jo hear ft single sound . Allow xn9 i ry-insanity, neo Aniy-vHfiaiua ihm faet;inawaver !o look at th mnsic wbica bai so Board. fate hereafter, than to infl ct any evil on J. J. HUGHES, Cathier. them in this world. I will here give a short April 14, 1843. 40-3t. ;; Uptch of a scene, for the truth of which I IVnntAfl t.t Miff. can vouch. Major roralinson was an ofScer who is a rood Cook and I mum.trota ;n iun mx... k. wbicn the lnghe!t waj quar,ere(j. Like many others in the and his eres crew would immolate other victims to secure a dim, and bis breath was suspended, then ha rl IMecro woman, House Servant, for wages will be given. For further particu lars enquire at the Whig Umce. 44-tt. Keady-rtlade Clotliincr FOB SALE, AT COST. fTJlHE undersigned will sell, at Cost for li- CASH, a fine assortment of Dress and "good old times," be held a military and civil commission together, not temporarily but continually; indeed, to a stranger arri- India, unaware of the habit being vmg in general, it seemed most strange indeed to see alternate gazettes, announcing his mili tary promotions and civil changes. But, as Frock Coats of different colors, heavy Over the service was never carried on better, or Coats, fine Qloth and Cassimere" Pants.. Vests, lhe office9 discharged with more zeal than minv of them executed in nnlv erceedinely valuable as illustrations of tb rinu aubiects. but interesting as works of art. Iso that the Agricultural portion of the community In fact, in pictorial attractions, no periodical ot will nod in its columns, without entrenching upon the kind can compare wun mis no expense be- other matter, all that is desiraoie to Know, wun inff soared to make th xocth's Ua2ett lor the out the expense of a seperate journal. jis a iMewspaper, Sec; all of which, were made by himself in a substantial and fashionable manner. A. BLUMENSTEHIL. bbls Prime Pork in store and for sale low for cash, by DRENNING & CLARKE. ; Yazoo city, March 17, 1843. 36-tf ;5 at the period 1 allude to, it was rather a matter of opinion than regret. Major Tomlmson was appointed collector not a hundred miles from Poonah. He was selected for the post as an active and zeal ous young man, who would carrv the orders of Government into instant effect; and, as these orders strictly enjoined him to be un young what the Now World lis foradults, the most interesting and comprehensive psper in the coun "7: NOTICE. TT F.TTF.l?Sof Administration havinw been remitting in his endeavors to bring the de iLl ranted me bv the Honorable Probate faulter, whose arrears had been long accu- A'Ta ,ek,y newsPaPr'liolitTc.th. Court of Yazoo county, at the March Term, mulating to instant settlement, it may be uinu o i a i to oAiutiuAi ruoi-is m.o nnf.n .tjo Fmate of Burwell White, connaentiy assenea mat ine situation in not equalled by any weekly literary paper now 143, upon e Sta'e I Jiurwe 1 White- J anu:n unt uoA exiatine. It contains a lull and well digested ac- head, dee'd, All persons owing me rotate "p - r- - count of every matter of news up to the hour of or having unsettled accounts, will come for-l ?." ... .. mt'- . J- -J- . I ? . . . I Tab Kit Inn, niln J I, ! .1. .1 Km.m pnniiBz. mis is a creat aeBiueraium io inooe -nH mats salt ement anrt navment . aaiu - iuUi iuuuu uuuiiuitutra uciou who take only a single weekly paper, and which ThoS0 bavjn, claims against said estate will lna,,J squired into each case, and, amongst mca.j. ,,-bb riieusiYo ujbu iuvc i.ucu i . i ...i j . t 1 others, cirdered a natire. namfiri Jeorm ru. inrpspni inprn nroueriT sutueui ciieaor inev i - . U W .4 M lit I - , , . J tho establishment cannot accomplish. in kit recoects. its contcnte embracinc Natur SI lliaiOrj, tlBUIUg; j , .IB. CIO. Adventures', Talcs, sermons, etc win do aaap:ea iK understandinc of Youth from fire to fifteen years of age; and no article is puDiisnea which is , - j : r v .u : rarents ana uuiroinn vi x uum u m nu wy so powenuny a a .a . -"J ber of nersons emnloved. and the steam-power will be forever barred. irJlT JOAB R. RICHARDS, obiect t make learning attractive rather than " 8uPa88 " any other ot a aimuar cnar- . .AdcxV 0f Burwell Whitehead, dee'd. . task, and inspire a love lor reading which ihall ...n.v Benton, April 7, 1843. - 39-6t. tend to the lormaiion oi nipuiui virtue, inausirj u luun, tu. i w u i n u , . . ., and usefulness. Every faiher of a family ahould POST is considered in a!l respects equal, if not "nrrrjj w;i sell at very low rales take the Gazette for bis children, ss the cheapest superior, to any of its class, while in price it is y J . ... t,rown Sucar. choomastar which csn be employed for their men- lar cieaixr. instead of three dollars a year,- wnicn . , .,.' ti,I tal and moral culture and the great favour with istne price ot the two mammom newepapersvi --- - r ....Vvv, -.KlrKih- work has been received durinff its first New York, and the two of Boston, the aubscrip- O " 1 wist . i volume, lustifies the publisher in the most liberal lion of the "UNITED STATES SATURDAY ' 5 ticrcesand one half tierce Rice outlays to enrich its pages for the secondwhich FObI" is only Two Dollar a.Tear, per FUQUA & WILSON, will render it wormy 01 a more exiensive circuia- j- . """-"T.T.r:. Wr T.nH5n. Yazoo city, April 7, 1843. ,23-tfc future vengeance on his enemy; The man J wept and dropped the music; for that which was consequently tried, convicted, and exe-1 the rustics had been playin?, and which so cuted. I awakehed their enthusiasm, was the "Alle- A few days after this, a newon called at leretto of the tvmnhonv in la of Beetho- the collector's o3ce to claim his fee as exe- vex." cutioner, for having carried the lato sen-J All the family crowded around bira, ex- tence 01 me law into enect. The monov pressing to him bv sima the r astoniahment was paid him, and he was about to depart. land curiosity. For soma moments longer when Major Tomlinson happened, as a mere I convulsive aobs impeded his utterance; and lu.nier ui curiosity, 10 ass nis name, ima- men ne sata to mem, "j an Ueethoven." gine bis surprise when he found it the same Then they bowed before him in respect as that of tbe malefactor himself. The co- ful silence, and Beethoven gave them his incidence struck him as strange. hands, which they pressed and kissed with "Are you any relation or the deceased?" reverence, feeling that the man whom they "I am his father, sahib." had among trem was greater than a king. "And you hanged your ownsonf Suddenly be rose, seated hirscelf before "What could 1 do, sahibf It was ray son's the harpsichord, signed to the three young fate. Had not I performed the last duties men to take up their instruments, and he towards him, some one else would; and, as played that master-piece. They were all we were already poor, it would nave been soul; never was music more beautiful nor a pity that any one else should have pro- belter executed. filed by our misfortune." When they bad ended, Beethoven remain- "And did you feel no compunction, no edathis harpsichord and improvised airs of sorrow about the act?" happiness and thanksgiving to heaven such "Sabib, it waa my child's fate; be was ss be had never before composed They born to it. He has fulfilled it: why, then, were bis last music, should his father repent?" And with a low The head of the family forced birn to ac salaara, and many thanks for his fee, tbe ex- cept bis bed,but in the night Beethoven felt ecutioner ef his own son contentedly left feverish, and loncing for fresh air, he rose jthe cfesence of the astonished collector. And walked out. He remained a long time Vf Y amid the majestufbarmony of nature, and 7r From The New Mirror. v i,. ... .v:n.j v,,t. lion than it has hitherto enjoyed, large as it has already been. TEtlJI!3: One D 'hr an f Fifty Cents a Year, or Fine Copies for Fire Dollars. No. S3 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. i Administrator's XP Y virtue of a decree cf tbe Probate Court tf Yaxoo counlv. at the March The Youth's Gazette is published every two Term. 1843. I shall cfTar lor sale at the weeks, on Dcaniuui rarer, ana coia.nj s.xiefu Court House door in tho Town of Uenton. quarto r.:es, of three columns each. Single . 1843. un aubscrtptionf, 51 tJ: two copies lor 4, w; mc y j - COni fnr r.J fl for each sddilional name, la credit .f twelve months. Lot o. 47, in All Post.-nisirrs are autnonzea ana soncnta 10 1 tno town ol lienton. as tho property 01 ine act as agents, from whom un uahar a rear in lQ of j , G;bson C'C0J. Bond With all casea will ba received in full payment for sub- . L . ,?r ,F iVa in 01 w j I t t " wv ' 'j - i - - - rJOTICE. Synd, instantly to pay up the debt lie owed Io Government. Jesserie of course pleaded poverty, declared bis total inability to liqui date the debt, and threw himself on the com passion and mercy of the collector.. A young hand would nave been deceived by the ap parent despair of the supplicant. . Tomlin son, however, was too old a soldier to be duped ; so be ordered tbe maneither to sur render himself as a prisoner, or instantly to pay down tpe money, lue wily Indian saw that the European was not to be deceived; so, with a look ot toiled nyprocrisy and ma hce ho instantly counted down the number required, and, with many a sa From The New Minor.1 TIlC Zsnst Days of HcctllO VCa. I A physician came from Vienna, but it was Messrs. Eeitors. On a recent visit to Europe, I gleaned from a friend of the great VI . 1 . . 1" ml ceetnoveu, some1 inieresuug particulars oil the end 01 me career ot tnat master-spirit of tiarmony, and nave couecied: them in the ac count which I now have the honor of send ing to you. Youra.&c. G. Eseteovex, all his life poor, shut up in solitude by his deafness, and by his charac- ant vii ra as . -r r :Jl.j : ., r I A PTr: """,nVa.07"!l"luni,-followed the collector to the end cf i.. W UOOH Btl-uuiii, will bavc CUM IJj tuiil-l.j ... 1 ' r I. . . J . I his viIlafTP. whence, as soon as be was rn nf """ qJ w w y - - v v . eeriotion. thus leatio? them a commisior percent, on each. Ilemitiancei must be ca specia-pavin? bank, and sent fran of postage. fif7-Cori r,f th frit volume will latent to H new subsf ribcrs, Lr aiJitinal, which will thus reader the aeries complete. Ereeiraen num bers snt to a',1 who wish to examine the work be- fors suUcribinr. if the reauest is made free cf pcstsgB. Ad.iwiS J. VlN'CIIESTEu, 33 Ann-st. Peccmbcr, Ifiij. 1 N. Y. purchaser. JOAB E. TAC.LVr.V3, Adm r. de bonis ri cf J. G l:ca, dee'd. Banton. April 7, 1S13.- Zd-lt. TE have a faw Lunirr 1 dollars of ths J V Commercial Ear.k cf Natchez Chtcks f;r cale. - fUQUA U WJLSOT, intr forward and setuin? the same on or ber fore tbe 1st day 01 way next; as on that dav all accounts unsettled will be placed in the hands of an u.cer tor collection. DXENNIKG & CLAKKE.. Yazoo city, April 21, 1843. . 41-tf. FOR SALE. ptEVXItAL hundred dollars cf Es'nton and kJ Manchester Tail Coai and Esnkistr Corn pany 2 183. aerms moderate. . r. w. quacj:e:ieos3.- Ya.zeo city, April 23, 1843. 42-tf. BLANK . DECLARATIONS; ; Tot c:b at thh OFFICE. bearing, be poured out on him a volley of maledictions, bc)ond the power of an hshman s pen to transcribe. The following year rJajor Tomlmson hsld . i- i .- . a a court, to wiiicn u.o haiitcs were desired lo come, in order to Teceive (as far as 1 can recollect) some Governrr.entorder, or it might have been to pay tneirdues. The fact is o llittle consequence; suLice it to say, they were ordered to attend, and they d. i 10 ac iccrdir.-rly. The ccllector vt&3 titticg in his verandah t'.s secretary and arsistant wnh sev-ral bis household ;fercysd him, when, t ..;nst too late, and after two days, he declared that neetnoven must die. As be lay, fast failing, on bis couch, a man entered. It was Hummel, his old and only, but long seperated friend. Hummel ex pressed his deep grief and sympathy Bee thoven seomed to be re-animated; his eyes sparkled, and he exclaimed, "Is it not true, Hummel, lhat 1 bad talent!" i nev were tus last worcs. ii is ercs re- ter, naturally fierce and hardened by tbe raained fixed, h-s mouth opened, and h3 justice 01 nis leuows, composed mere inej,f8 passed away. nublest music in existence. Ha snoke in that Kpautifiil lan'maea tn mnn.whn did not THE BEST DOWESY. Tho best doWErV to deign to listen to Lira, as Mature speaks to advance the carriage of a young hdy is, .1. . l 1 .-.:. 1 1 j. I tclinn cha has in her rnnntflnanrei rr-., 1. 2 iaem oy uer ceiesuai uaruiunv ji wuius, 1 , . , . , , - , . waters and birds. Beethoven is a true pro- m ner tu w.uui, ,u -r uii phet, for be alona speaks tbe language of modesty, and tn ber life virtue, v-... And still his talent was so IitUe apprecia-1 ei,.niJ ha hnm f-rt-rr? riin t1- i t ted, that be himself (the most atrocious suf-l ij w?jj . . " . I I . ..... letmg 10 an artist; was more man once com pelSed to doubt his own genius. Tes M::;n:3 Tssass? ITcrrs-It teens" that it is nine months sinca the packars cf Ha had retired to Daden, where be lived,! lest Treasurv cotes was remitted frcm llerr sadlv iiolated. urr.n i-j!1 wrn-i v&.c.h lOrleans to Washingtcn, and that doriag that barelf talced - for hi r.n want; His time, the Treasury note, have all get lata his scanty wants. only pleasure wsa to wacdtr a!cr3 ia & no ble fare?t nsar tha city, end ihric, atrsrbed cis EdUms tympho- to heavea ia harmo nic- accents, an 3 tpsak to tb cr;:l3 ia 8 bv hss.rscius.comrci nies, 1st bis soul risa circulation. Eesid3 thi?, th? New Orleans 'fays he canc:.:I then t .a remitting, and those who r.ra hc!l Cca, say that there is no evidence cf canc2.H3.1i2n n them. There is some deep villainy abiut this transaction. i:itHrh (Fa.) tan.