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0O - --sl i V 1 mmm . -m t n r i i r n 1 r H r 0" J . .. V In J LJ J J J LJ lj j ; j A. 8TRVENS, Editor &. Proprietor. YAZOO CITY, (ML) FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1844. VOL: 8, No; 49. Whole No. 404. I V tl lit ; i'.V i ;i 1 ;,-t'y l.r.'i : j.f' 'I ..: tin' t, :n '1 , i n il, . m II. i , il ii t X : 1 1 . 1 1' y t C 1 11 l I,'. II' t , l.i.J, i-.i i, it run- .. ttlm'.i . u . r t 1 1 h l .i i." II u ' il ll : ll Ml f ! -U i i '.i i y ;i 1 ... I l -si .lit I ' ill ' 1 1,1 ll.til ( U i t'i l . n' I.'- I II- il il.t' r -o-I r in i f -- : ii i lu- , , i i il f. iii Pil:k I'u'in ,:,-!. NW-t. i! ill 11- 1 , (.. ii.aKo r aril s.ii'l in ii. at n:i , .t i ire 'In - . ( ImmU of I t r i', t i jinulua') y:H'il, - ( (,(. )7.M'"I, i, ,!, -1 t ' tl"' i .i ri 'iii tur Iv, Vh it i i o iv .!.f; i""' Mm, lli,( ( ,t u ithni tti" , This wnt wmi-J hf 11 ,, ,1 t(l fVU"kt rr n ( i'l tul'lu iU'. . ih.' :M il ij of I tfil I llill'lll f . ,. ill lurni-h l i , (ill!) 'II No- , ! 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AovEnriiEMENTs will be inserted at the rate ol $1 OOperaquare for the first insertion and 50 cvnts lor each week thereafter ten lines or less, con atituting a square. The number of insertions re quired, must be marked on the margin of the man uscript, or they will be inserted till forbid, and charged accordingly. All Advertisements from a distance, must be accompanied with the CASH o. they will uot be inserted. Announcing candidates for ofTicc will be $5 for county ofhees, $10 for state offices in ad vance. . Political, Cotton Circulars or any articles oi individual interest, will be charged as advertise ments and mut be raid for in advance. For advertising Citations from the Probate Court ta Dridm interested to come forward and .show cause why an order of sale should not be rrranted. 12 dollars, to be paid for in advance. For advertising Orders granted by the Probate Court for the sale ol property, u uouart to oe paid for in advance. For advertising Chancery Notices to non-resi dents. 15 dollars each, to be paid for in advance. For advertising Petitions tor Dower, from 10 to 15 dollsis. to be aid for in advance. For advertising Notice of Letters of Adminis tration, 7 dollars, to be paid lor in advancf. For advertisins Notice of annual or final act tleinont by Administrators, 2 dollars, to be paid for 111 ADVANCE. For advertising Nolice of Insolvent Estates lor 6 months, ill. to be paid for in advance. Trustees' Sales, and all other advertisem'a not specified, must be paid lor in advance. . All advertisements of a personal nature will b chaiged double price, and pajineni requirea id advance. rearly Advertising. Fot fortv lines or !?, renewable at pleasure fC'). No contract taken fur Ices than one year ars.l ;ayhle half vearly in advance. The iTivih-"! ofannusl aJvcrtisi rs islinited to tWir own immediate business: ar.,1 a.l a -vrrmc menu for the benefit of other persons, sent in by them must be aid for by the square. Irofeion5!l Ail vert lie men ts. For 10 lines or less, not alterable, 3 months, Ji: 10 da do c.r 0 do. in ! 5 do t'o 12 do. A-i s the above rates are the same as tV. oe - i i - . I - !'!..WIm, 1 a i a r, r!.. if:tf .n, d'ncwhere in tr.u Mate, no d action will be nnde from then in any c : wl, jtevcr. fr-ALL JOI1 WORK MUST EE PAIP t f on"If.mvery. F. W. QUACKENBOSS. Attorney and Counsellor AT LAW. Vaioa Citr, MiSS. CONTINUES to practice regularly in the Superior Court of Chancery, Higbl Court of Errors and Appeals, vircim wmi of the United Slates at Jackson, Superior Court of Chancery, and in the Circuit courts rYzoo, Holmes and Carroll counties. Oflire in the Insurance building on Jeffer son Street. Y-izoo Citv. Jan. 1st 1SI0. Q. D. GIBBS, Yazoo City, Mi. TTTy'IL.L, practicp in tl) t'ourts of the 10th eral and Chancery court,, at Jacfcsoni-and the Chasic.prv rourt at Larrollton. 11 will si vp especial attention to the adninin? of liilns to real estate in Yazoo and counties adjoininic . August II, 1K43. 5-3m Th Southron, Jarkon ; the'Daily Cou ripr,' Natchez ; and the , American Eatl. Memphis, Tenn. will insert the above three months, and send their bills to thie office lor payment. I. & W. 11 ATTAILE, attorney .it xin, Yazoo County. Mi. Will regularly attend each term of the Su prior Court of Chancery, the High f'ourt of L . s y . f . Errors and Appeal, ana tne circuit courts of Holmes, Attala Leake and Yazoo. December 30, 1842. 5-ly. C. F. IIAMKH, attorney t llrxt:, YAZOO CITY, Mississippi. March 8, 1810. 41-tf RKGULAR .YnnZHLtV PACB7, " Betircrn Vichzhurg N. Orleans ,TI11j new , .fjt r i " . 1 1 r- ' stenm S-.-it C. E rem Mts'er, I, is coiuu; ,c J runnt2 as a rei Packet between th-3 above place, and will lrave New Oilcans every Sunday morning .t 10 o'clocic, arriving in vickJbur time for ths steamer vtiznt Cn JucsJayl , . . CHARLES Dr.ENNIKG. morning June 1SS3. -5I-tr. ll v V. &, U O. GALLAWAY, General Commission and ISO. S3. UiMr STREET, - NEW-ORLEANS. July 8, 1842. 52-tf. COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 85, Common Street,1 New Orleans. E. B. GRAYSON & CO. C o i:i m is s ion Sler chants, Lower Landing Yazoo City, Residence or Parties : W. P. GRAYSON, New Orleans, LEWIS LUM, Natchez, . E. B. GRAYSON, Yazoo City. Yizmi'ciiy, Sept 22, 1813. ll-lf B. GRA.VSON. JOHN M. lKUXlNGSWOKTIT. JOHN BI. nOLLINGSWORTH, & CO. Produce, Grocery, Forwarding and Commission Lower Landing, Yazoo CityMiss. Dec. 15, 1N43. 23-tf A. G NALLE. WALTER COX. NALLE &, COX, COTTON FACTIOUS. AND , No. 90, Camp Stteet, , . NEW-ORLEANS. Sepfrm! r I.1 1843. 10-6m. 21 zw O - j J. II. West, Holmes county. a iSS . II. 1. PtriLLtrs, Neio Orfcans, AiK'-m 11, 1 r.:r: ii"' I ... Ui : . . .. j . - - their IV .--.-Jt a:; 1 t'. - v; t , I ,.nC, t. A of our L-.iimcr? at V-'.' .r J '"a Lave i pointed, in hisstcw. !tc.i; . Hug it Watt &, Geohge A. Peck, j ave this day opened an ofTico at he 1J stand of Mr. Wm. Laughlin,) under the firm oi Hugh Watt Sc Co., who will make casii advances nd furnish plantation supplies on shipment of dlire to BURKE. our address. WATT & CO.. N. Orleans WATT, BURKE & CO., Natchez. June 10. 1843. 49-6t. Aiken's Gin Stands EOR SALE by the subscriber at $2 50 per 1 Saw. , P. O'DONNELL. Yazoo city, Sept. 22, 1843. 11-tf. - DISSOLUTION. . ; fTpJlE co-partnership heretofore existing in New Orletins between the under signed under the si vie of V. Gallawav & Cris this day dissolved by mut. al consent. fiie name ol tue firm only to be used in quidation. . - VINCENT GALLAWAY.4 II. L..W. PHILLIPS. July 29th, 1843. " fjy- The undersigned will-continue the Commission Business in his on name. . VINCENT GALLAWAY. Ansust 4, 1843.- .: - , 4.-tf IimportANTTO PARENTS. rUBUSHEDIKIS DAT, , V At the OJlce of thr" iew Yorld,20 Annst. FRJCI 37J CENT", ' FACTS AND aUGUMENTS " . .... ... ON T Trar.smlssion of IntcIIcGt::o.l and Horal Qualities -' PARENTS TO OFF.-fniNG. This is an important and VHluabJo treaii?a on a siibj'-ctof piirnoiouiit ink re-t to parfetsts., andcspe cia ly to mothers. It is u -rilttn by a laHy of emi nent wo.ih :!tid talent, who fcaj undo th subject one of i.... i itU'ly, mi'l uhose tu!e view bas been to Uy before ber own tex texarU of ti-e pr test import nee fr them l know, and which car Ui! t rt j a the.ii thousand f 1 1 Isr the cot ol Iiih c. Tr infnmationn iLi w rkiscnri' , a:- unb'e it nd imerestinj, r. S thnuld b. piactd i.i the band.' ? ?ery Father atu! nrntheria the Union. A , fcp; lie'l at a dlscot'Rtof twenty-fie per O.'ftt wiU b llrr sed to ' j. vvi.c:ics-fi:n. ri.iii'ber, " No. CC.Ar.it atrcet, lew Ycrk. j hrrela anJ hi J I utter and V,'; 11 I ,ter a euperic'r Just n reccived and for sale by Vazo City, June 20, 1843. 50 tf A CAI5D. New York, Jan. I, 1844 " Sin The undersigned is ready and will ing to the usual advances on cunsign- mentamj our mutual friend, Blr. Wm. Bj Wilson, he bemji authorized to make ar rangements for that purpose. V ? "f : Respectfully, your &c. V' THOMAS W.JONES, ":Z. ' No.' 7. Pine Street. My references are - : Messrs. Prime, Wahd & Kixo ) Bookman, Johnston &. Co" Williani 3S5; Wil son, Commission and Foawarding - sffiaSa-'aaji-- No. 5, Pine Street, New York. W. B. W. will continue to pay parlicu- 4it attention to sales of Cotton, Pork, and all sorts of Southern and Western Produce, consigned to him. He . will also continue to purchase every description. of Goods to order, and from h'Sj long experience, hopes his numerous friends beond enduiance, in the compawtively will, as usual, encourage him when ia'wantftrifling conce ns of the Dresent life. Who. r i ; - . I M. , u. umii auiaiiv,ca IU4US UU UUSigll ments when required. Refer to - Messrs. Doremas, Svydam 6f Nixon, W.U. Whitney if Co: T. 17. Jones, Esq., New York. Stanley, Sage Sf Co. N. 6c E. O Reiley, , , . . R. Eaton Keys, Yszno City, Mi. New Yotk, Dec. 26, 1843. 29-14t. ; Co-DartneFoIiIf). TINCENT GALLAWAY, has taken inio I"stead of his favor, the) endure his wrath. Co-narirrshipTliis brother 'Lewis "G'Jln plac? of expected clory and pc?,re,'lhey , c? '03 countv, act a General ... I hey -sou B'isi- uibS la i.. a city, un.; G. Gallant, and r patrcpae of their frit r,f ,i;.;t"V any. jjurmrr f prir. . L. T . ' " V - . lu0 f G. C 1 GALL LTA": (j ' i t O r. . -1 , 1 IiOt; been gtanted to the undersigned by the ! Hon. 'Probate" Court of Yazoo County, at the February Term, 1844 of said court,' on the estate of Robert Mclntyredate of Yazoo O;,.. rl.aa.orl All noranni finvinnr rlaimfl against said Estate, are required to present ihem for Davrnent. within the time prescrib ed by law, or they will be forever barred, and those indebted to said estate are re- quired to make speedy payment, . ' ' . . . . SAftlUtiL UKAVLo, Adm'f., of estate of Robert Mclntvre. dee'd. Mnrch 1st, 1844. " 34 fit L Notice . The Stute of Mississippi,! Bolivar Piobate v uoutt; ,, ., Bolivar Cocktv. ' J Jan. Term, 1844. , PatntA " Hubert Harri. dpr.H. ' ? TTTPON the petition ol Joseph jU'Guire J administrator ol all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits which were of said deceased, and upoti ,t.e ac count of the sa'd administrator, exhibited on o.th, shewing -bat the person es.ate of said intestate is in?ufiicienrio ptrv his debif. It t-therefore ordered bv the couri, that all ... , - persons interested in the following-lands,' tenements and heriditameDts.lte said de- ceasea, u wh. i i-tuiiuuai m;ciiuh, nu. f. Lots, No. 1, 2, 7, 11, 12 & 13. in fractional section No. 31 Fractional section, No 33, The north half of section fcNo. 21 and all o sections 9 ar.J 10 hi i north of the Clwc- taw Boundary, all lying inTownship 2'7, of range, No. 8, west, containing by estimate K'bO I2-1U0 acre3 Also e Bl half of south east quarter of section 36 in Township No. - -. , mtt sr 19, of rang No. 2, west, containing u 100 of acre Ba cited to appear before the Probate Ct - of the county of Dolivar at the Court house thereof on the t'uird Mon day of April next, to shew caase, if any they can, why the said intestate should not be soli, or so much thereof as will be" suffi cient to pay and satisfy his debts, or the re sidue thereof. It is ordered further that slid citation be posted up in three of the most Dublic places in Bolivar County,' for t'iirtv days and be published tor tne same .....O.I le in oi lima in tne iaz" vnj u. A true copy from the minutes. Test, A. B. DODD, Cl'k. Jan.2,1814, (pra fee $14) C3-5t - LOY as an Apprentice to the rrintinj 2A busineps. One from 'the country and aed.abut J6 years would be prefcued. Apply immediately. f m From the Steubenville Herald. V Nete Vhig Sons. J-r'- Come, all you hardyhonest Whigsl And lectioner like pisen,' , For. bsnks, and. tariff, (not free trade) i But Clay and Frslinghuyaen. " The same old Coon will do the work, V The price of Coons are risen' Then all unite on Henry Clay, And good old Frelinghuysen. " ' The lokies they may shout for Van, The factories all despisin There'a no such friends of workingraen, As Clay and Frelinghuysen. Come all ye honest fsrmers, come, Your judgment exercisin', Wake up your mind to vote for Clay, And noble Frelinghuysen. n I S C E IA 1 EO U 3. ' Disappointment. , D.sappo.ntmenis are painful, olten almost pointed, despairing souls, when the curtain of sense is withdrawn, and the scenes of an invisible world appear? Who can conceive the misery of those unsuspected, long-cher ished hopes suddenly vanish in the blaze ol eternity, and under the eye of Jehovah? They see the celestial city afar off, but it is 'allied to our holiest imaginings in the puii shut against them. They see the happy 'ty of child. It satisfies the most delicate company of the redeemt d, but , tbey must "fancy and the severest judgment. Its happy nevi r be of tht ir number. Instead of the ind affectionate " feelings are checked by approbation of Gt d, they meet his frown, feel the cnawinjrs of the neverdjin vc?m, and the burning of unquenchable fire. And wliat ! -3 t-:t" al uFcn tht,r destruction is, r. Wiry k !- tu?jr f Ik.. ! r.".j'., r.,,, j r- ' ' -' - .CI -1 Ih : i v. hn l..cv !f.i cf th It . o r ti i c f ; ( i cf t!: All is l.crr r ur And to meet this, in place cf an expected Heaven . of glory and Lliss what a diflerencel VVhat ! a depth of disappointment and wol - t To conceive of the subject more fully, make reader,4 your own case You now a indulge a hope of Heaven. You flatter 'yourself that you have reason to hope. Vour hope is dear to you, and you are un. r u . n . j uillinnr tn lolinnmch if. lint nrimtt it do possible, at least for a moment, that you may be deceived, and that were you called away in your present state, you must be found among the miserable. Suppose, also, that your summons had arrived, that the scents of ''eternity had opened, and your fu- i. . - I'., , f j ure miseries were now aisciosea. j leu me, fellow-tiaveller to the judgment, tell j nie, if you can, what would be your feelings , under guch cirr;umslaiice8! Wbat a fear. . .... . , would surprise youl W hat a shud. ; dering, horror would ovef whelm youl Such a destruction of your fondest bopessuch jMhing 0f Jour most cherished ezpecta tion8sucfa a faIigucb a ru.n-bow could you or I sustain it! The Graved How little refiec ion is expended upon, yet how much is called, lor, by - the lowest hillock that is piled over the icy bosom by the gra3siestboUow that has sunk w ith the mouldering bones of a lellow cieature! A no in this narrow hawn rots the bark that has ploughed the surges of the great ocean! In this little den that the thistla can over shadow in a day's growth, the mole under mine in an bout's labor, is crushed the spirit that could enthrall the world, and dare even a contest w ith destin) ! How little it speaks for the value-of the existence which man endures eo maLy evils to prolong; how much it reduces the significance of being reduc ing all the vicissitudes into the indutingu- ishablts identity v hich in.attedutance gives to the stars---a' print without parallel, a speck, an . L .h n life the grasp ct a child that inhales tbs air ctexz':""i cut ones. But the destiny that comes behin us- -oblivion It is not enough that we rrr 3 C lalize upon the equality of the cepulchre; (that the rich man, whose soul is in the os tentation of a marble palace, and his heart in the splendor of the feast, should consider how small a pit must content him; or that the proud, who boast of their "pre-eminence above the beasts", should know that the shaggy carcass and the lawn-ehroudedorpse must fatten the earth together. We should tcach our vanity the lesson of humiliation -4 that is afforded by the grave: neglecting the mighty mausoleums, of those marvellous spirits which fame has rendered immortal, we should turn to the nameless tombs of the millions, and in their deserted obscurity dis cover the feeble hold which we ourselves must have upon earth and the memory of men. Friendship forgets what the devours inf earth has claimed: pvpn nmiiv r.sp ut last uTrempmber the resting place of a foe. our8elves as we may. devote our affections to otheis as we can, yet must our .:.u ... 'junuiuii pciisu nuu us m iue glare. The Beauty of Childhood. A love!y woman is an object irresistil ly enchanting and the austere grace of man hood fills the soul with a proud sense of the majesty of human nature; but there is some thing far less earthly and more intimately one guileful thought or one cold suspicion. Its little beauteous face betrajs each cmo- tion of its heart, and it is as transparent rs the silvery clot:Jvetl cf n summer sun that shows all the li'-lt k'v. i .It is r.s ftcrlcsa a"d rs irr.cct: i i.i i '"'j hour.-, c: i" ' - Cts eveiy 'r - ';' jc , .',.! I 1:vp LJ in iMiCtics -I .yr , ih.ij i.i a moth er's deep idolatry. I love all lovely chil dren; and have often yearned to imprint a thousand passionate kisses cn a stranger's child, though met, perhaps, butfc for a mo ment in theatres or in streets, and passing from me, like a ladicnt , shadow to be Been no moie. The sudden appearance of a child of extraordinary beauty comes upon the spirit like a flash of light, and often breaks up a train of melancholy thoughts as a sun burst scatters the mist of the morning. The changing looks and attitudes of child ren afford a perpetual feast to every eje that has a true perfection of grace and beau ty .Rich ardsori'e Literary Leaves. Tbe Pkintek's Ghost. It is our opin ion, one of the punishments that some peo ple will find prepared for them in Tartarus, will be to be chased round and rour.d its gloomy ciicumference, by the ghosts of printers. Imagine, reader, how you would feel, 'g6ing it" in the marshes of Styx, at your extreme pace, followed by the shadow of a defunct publisher, with a 'sharp stick' in one band and a bundle of unreceipted accounts in the other! Now you sink into the sulphur bog! for recollect you are the ghost of a well fed man while the grey hound-like spirit of your starved editor jobs you with his stick in the region of honor, and urges you onl Remember, too, this will be no 'Single dash of one mile," but it will be continued until your executors or beirs ballance the books on earth. East Alabamian. Mutual. Support. The race of man kind would perish, did they ctasa to aid ;ich other. Jcrom the time that the mother binds her chil i's head, till the rr.orr.ent that somo kitid 's'ant vnjfa the death-damp from ths brow, cf the dym?, we cannot exist without mutual help. All, therefore, that ned aid, have a rijht to ask it of their fsl low mortals, and no one who holds the pow er of granting, can refusa it without guilt. ' . , Walter Scstt.: As wll might a mill go without wisd. water, or steam, as t pre 53 without oil and Hates c ZlXit$imi&$i, PASSED AT THE REGULAR SESSION Of 1H44. AN ACT to enable creditor to settle eefa rately with dw""-s jointly bound to them. Sect. 1. d iccJ by the Legittaiare of the Slate oj ttsippi, That in all cases f joint, er joint and several indebtedness cr liability upon any debt, -open account, I BrmipROrv nni. Kill of PTrhnnrro Aret't rnn. tract, obligatiwn, judgment or decree bereto- fre or hereafter to" be reads, contracitd, cr ...J L J A entered into by, or rendered against any two or more perrons, it shall be lawful for the creditor or crtditors, or legal owner or own ers thereof, to receive frrm any ore er more of the perrons eo indebted or liable, payment or security for the payment of a part ef such debt, account, note, bill, draft, ''contract, ob ligation, judgment or decree, and thereupon , to releaie the person er persons so paying, er giving security for payment as atoreeaid, from any farther liability to such creditor or creaiiora.or legal owner or owner?, and such releare shall, in no wist affect the right of creditor or creditors, or legal owner or own ers to sue for and recover the rrsidue of the amount remaining due or unpaid, from the rhtr joint, or joint arid several debters.mak ers, drawer, endorser?, promieore, contrac tor or obligors, cr defendants in euch judg ment or flecree; nor shall euch release ope rate as a rekase of all or any of the remain ing debtors, maker?, drawers, endorser?, promisor, contiactors or otligcre, or defen dants in such judgment cr decree: Provid ed, that nothing in this act shall be novcon sirued as to sffec- the right or liability of ruch' joint, or joint and several dcttore, makers, drawers,. endorserp promisors, contractors, or obligor, cr defendants in'sucb judgment 4 or - decree to payments v r contribution as among themselves: Provided .a!?o,hat all mortgages, deeds oftnist, or other securities, and all agreements for mormagee, dteds of' trast, cr other erctuities, heretofore er here-'"" after jo be made, executed or entered into for. the purposa of eecufing any euci' joint, or joint indebtedness or liability, ss hfrein sbovr tnentioned,' fbali 'rrmaia An full force in liver of such creditor c-r crcditjro or legal c vs-rr nr r -rr, p&i' r: env and all cer- : eri.a'e. acdnst Uvrr ef every Siic!i . I V J.t . rcr ch ' r- rt . ' " t r r.w. ; -if, cr ! i if4 t ent i 4 l C . S 1 f. ' 1 : cr .enfant?; i, :tf 3. f .r rs t:,ey n,j) . . c' ' .i ayments cr cent: i iiutr in this tame manner, z ii t c''i 3 I .1 ret been given: Arri jrjvi:.-! further, that upon a release bein crant' J to any debtor, as herein prov bled, if he arnsunt paid by euch a debtor shall be less than the ratable eharo ol such debtor in the .wholw debt, a credit hall be entered by the credi tor on such bond, bill, note or acrouat, equal to euch ratable share; and if such payment . ahall be more than such equal share, then the whole amount paid ehall b credited thereon; and no other joint debtor shall be liable where such release is granted for more than his pro rata or share ot eaid debt. Sec. 2. That this act shall b in force fiem and after its passage. Approved, February 23, 1844. AN ACT to change tha practice in criminal casts. Sect. 1. Be il enacted by the Legislature of the Stale tf Jlliisissippi, That all acts or parts of acts now in force giving to defen- . Hants charged with criminal offence, or theif attorneys, the right of closing the argument upon tho trial of such defendant for anv criminal offence, I e and the e&me art hereby 1 repealed Frovided, that nothing: in this act shall be so construed as to deprive the ac- ' cused of the right to conclude the argument of any question for the affirmative propor tion of which he or his counsel fhall contend. Sec 2. That this act ahall take effect and be in force from and after its pasrage. Approved Jan. 24, 1844 AN ACT to chanpw the time of holding th July Term of the High Court of Errors and Appeals. Sect. I. Be it enacted bv the Lrzitlature ' of the State of Jlittittippi, That the time of holding tli bnmtnrr besei.n of the. High Court .f Errors and Appeals ehall bv. and the same is hereby chanced to the first Mon day in November, instead ef the first Monday in July. Sec 5. That thip act shall take effeet and bein force from and af or the parsape thereof; and that all process ef every kind, and all appeals and writs ef error which have been or hereafter may be sued out cr ?aken to th next July Term of said Court, FhatI be of the 6ame force and effect, and shall etand for trial in the same manner, as if the earns were returnable to the said November term. Approved Feb. 16,1844. AN ACT to encourage the extermination of Wolves. Be it enacted in thrLeghlalure of the State of JJitii'tippi, That the Board -of Police ef any county in this State shall have full power and authority to grant such premium far the extermination of Wolves, a said Eoard may' deera necessary and expedient. ;-"" ' Approved Feb. 24, 1844. ( "151 cfT, when yon talk about werking:-' tt tbs cerk r.ld to th ginger pp.