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TEUUS--TIIREE DOLLARS A EAIt IN ' ADVANCE: :v J; j; tt W ADVOCATE OF . AMERICAN PRIXClPLEt f : ; ; f it .VTCwt J-'" ; WBLISHED ETERV FRIDA? KIORXIXC. " ... '.-gar: " . ,.- , , T. ' Zi .. , , . ,. - m n r' ' , n'liiif n f iwn n ii mi- fn r Hi H.tHEET N. PEEWETT. YAZOO: Cm, MlSS.FJRIDAYi : jtlSE lBv 1856. vol: 2-M 4.. ! r ! 1 Yazoo i ity Curds. A.DKEV GIBB,: VIIIE AND LIQUOR STORE MAIN S7., YAZOO CITY, MISS. fcljrara and TVbnccoof all quslitiw, FruU In heir neajor, Confectionery, Soap and Candles, 'Sujjar nd Coffee, &o ,&.c. C0iliIlSSI0N akd FORWAUDIKO MEHCH NTS. YAZOO CITY. MISSISSIPPI. Have removed from their old ata nd at ' the landing, to the fireproof store, no 224 Main street, wher the wiil continue to keep a ren- eral stock ef Produc, 5Toceries, Iron and Blacksmith. toe rs, and Plantation Oonls,wl i h they will sell on lav jrabrle terms. Thy will retain their fire proof store at the landing, which will be used exclusively in the storag of cot .- ton, and Merchandise, and to which particular .attention will be g'ven I Yatoo City, June 6, 185 -ly. RECEIVING and FOR ARDING M8PCHANTS. YAZOO CITY, MISSISSIPPI. Pealera in all kint'sof hasternund Western Produce. Also Groceries, Liquors, fine Teas Ac, Hapginff and Rope, Plantation Good of elrery kind, surh aa Kentucky Je ins, and Lin aeys, Nepro Roots and ftaasets Rrogans Low ells, domestic and al , kirrdd of Sta le poods, XTarpenier andSmuntcoh of every descr'ptton, Ci itinsr. large wnsh kettles, Pots. Ovens, Friders, Extra lids, Stw-paYis, &1crllts, enam eled Kettle j, auldrotr8, 6toV Glassware, Kalla, Tar, Lime and Cement Window jylas. and Sash, Futty.O ls. Powder, Shot and Lend, lardwa1" , and all kinds of Cutlery. F.-e double and sm led Harrel Fnt Gunf, ifle.P wder Flasks, Glin Cp-, Kl-y pt 'ei.t Gun wifd and Ch, Shot P'-u -"hea, Wip Ing rud,&c.f 8tc, W.-Klwre of ev-ry decilp tior,n ) Wagon. C-t t", Wheelburmw, Corn BheTlers. Straw Cutters, Tump Curbs, and Fix urea for Cisterira. Fine chewing and neeuiT hacro, Ciijirs of every quality. Also jlgmts for Geo. Page & Co. (Baltimore) P rtableSaw Mill. . Tey are prepared with a crood Fire Proof War lieuse fi-r the storing of 'hkU and Coton liberal advances made ih cotton stored with Ahem. (O" Pfrtirular attention given to receiving nd fi rarding of floods . YuzooCky. June 6, 1856-ly. REWSADPLE Al D HARNESS SHOP. IN YAZOO CITY. HENRY E. MILLER, Jef ferson !Stret, one door below the Banner OmV.e, has on hand, alid will tonftantly keep, a large and varied assert tnent of Saddles. Tin mess, Cnt flac Triinaniii?9 and Saddler ll.ndwnre. Bvlnir a pra'tical mechanic and nftV-AEfv iftt'itdinsr to emplov none nut COO I) "workmen llnllalwuys ' fur niih good work at reasonable prices to those that mey fuvut with their patronage. I wlllalfobein constaiit leceipt i first cfsss afock from New York, ftfr A I do hot wlih to make the good cu tf merspiy fotthe bad, I will pursue the Cash - . r ' H L' cystem-. Few. 22, iB56:40:ly 101 C LADIES SrWIXARV. ifrltS. A J. V&VK, from St Louis, but re IV I ..btlMi 'v a Tlu CJ. .wn i naMt rar) n A a Miss., would resoect'uf Iv inform the i Pizens rf r . . . Yazoo City and Vicinitv, thnt shewn open ' chuol for vouttir laidies, in this city oi the first Monday in J anu try tne session io oe oi nve months. All those aendnu thir daughters may rest assured thai no pains: win oe sparea to make them acquainted wi.h all that is use- ... . . . mi i. i ful or oroamenta'. Tha trma iwr Rphnlar-Tnr a a-iiion of flvp months, will be 820. The Tuition fees t will . . ... f r - .. - be pdtiabh montHy. Pupi t will be charg d I ron the dolt of entrance to th: end of the turret session, and no deduction made, unless for pro trarted illnesa. Yazoo City. January 11. A. E.P. X 34 t-f FASHIONABLE OIIXIIVERY. MRS. LA CHS lat ot Vicksburg, would respectfu'lv invite the -attei tion pf the ladies of Yazoo City nd r cioi y ti her flew atork of illinerv. 'he keep head 'dressea a It ntice. She has permanently located in Yazoo City, at d will pe onstantly supplied from belo-v with the latest stylrsl vr ira i P.S . Pink n? Tor lames: n unces ties done at the shortesf notice; ' Shop on Jef ferson street, two doors below1 tt.eB4u'nefr'':f Cc. Yazoo C V, may 16 63 tf-' r WTtiri-vn: IMS H 1 ON 4 IkXK O n 1 ,T RS. A A G U I RE wtAil I thelhe toadies ui xazoo iuy ana vicinuy Ihst .he Is prepared to n.ake ';dress: An She toofct Fashionable style and at t e: snortasf ::."tL Ttaanukc-uea. Mantals. Br i- .,wTI! -y- . r-. ..." -i M Dressea in em variny. , ,.ner pn.n o. tuttin-f is entirely her own, detaining uea, , ,.tt Hd rainnCM. I line measure takerJ will sarft : the -wbolo tear. Torn: Jtffe- w z, and Washlnrton street. juatest .iasuions ru . i v. . as. The 'tsnder a UO.,Il inu BJiyuia. tbu uy raumn cn li3edialiqatdiitloiui it m. t:-iy ; r - " TrTItOmNBOTnAlf.;; - - t j - . - . . ceivea Pionmiy,. muu f nym J 1 .Ll r .!. 1. I II T t CO partn-rshlp heretofore " eiistintc nvuu in many piaowimiy pr.f-we Aine 1 r 1. . 1 - Jl-. J . .-i. I t.. ..a.-.!..-. I f'WIWrf BSSJ mfmpmwm -J.t.-i.J MVS Obi Vl,u. UitlW J 1 . 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 j . ' TrUST.RBEIVB'waenUV.nd .Youtb. Ultn A:deitf Irm J,ilc. sithitlJ wfl ot: S t :tJ : tssimere iatai r-ehonabl:3I.lesk!aJ GJPwItal.tthtf poetdied al"I.aeljreen. on; broil.d on T Ivutnb l4ya wreV -7?. bv- cnWAN.'CUAPitr tJACK the 2dfcrt.-Mf Perclva was DutOeiliffiat l$SFc&??i SSi ,4I!? ii'Wj mifis wwvwmi -. ' 1 ' - w gizzards. j THE AltlEUICAN RANKER is'rtrausHxo bt MRS. nARRI;T N.,PREWETT, EVKRY FKIDAY MOBN1NO. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, For one year, if paid in advance, . : . : . ifnotpaidia aixnicmihs, . : , . : t if not paid in twelve months. 00 00 00 5 RATES OF AffVERTISim One Square, (ten lines) one instrtion, : ' .$1 03 EiieH lubseqaent insertion, : : : 50 O Advertisementa not markel with the number of insertionfl, will be continued until forbid, and charged accordingly. ID" Marriages and Deaths inserted as news. All Obituaries, meetings of Lodges, and all matters ad vancinir personal inUrt, etc.. efcc.-chareed as other advertisementa. ,' D- A litieral deducfion made to those advertisine by the year. " ; ' ' ID-JOB WORK done with neatness anddis- atodh.on liberal terms. . . . A 11 V Tf! A IV K A iVlVj TP XI 111 -LiJl JH J.1 Uilll 11 UIV. .... FRIDAY M0RMt, JUNE 13.' 18 G I Seuators Opinion of Mr. SumnersP1S,n'1 goof1,y .nn.Iuw:rlwl uy, , The mast atrocioos spm h ever uttered in a de- iberalive assembly was that delivered by S -nator Sumner, of M tssachutts, against S.-nator B ib !err Doagbs and G -n. Atchinson. Itapersoha'i lies andabi so was theinci ing range of i be im wis hastisemetit inflicted on Mr. Sumner fey Mr Brooks, of the House. , The following extracts from the debaUs ot the Henate will show the im I ression it prodaced on that body: C VS X SUMNKR. t , M . Cas3 siid ht ha-l liotfoed t" M flamner? . -...u . i . . i . . -i "Kixii wi'ii itjmim Tfgiet himj Miprtse. , itwasiiie ni tst uu-Ameiican aiid nnnntriotie speeeh he bid ever. heard oir this fl.ior. H hop-d he miht jn-v-i-r heur sui-h u sp;. h aain, here or elsewhere. Ileitid not ri. however, to mike comra"nta on that apcech, optMi as it was to eftwnre and tlisip probation, but to flay thiit t'i S nator from Ma -sichusetts hud totally iiiisUitdTtood. and mixap-ftlit-d th. ease of Mi,h;g.in. The Topeka Oon v ntiou .-howed no analogy between the proceed i igs iu Michigan and those in Kansas. MR DOTGLASS OX SCMNEfc. V". D igln! adverted to the m iliTnity which cb acter ? ! M S imner's sn tb, and the manv pei ..un in which it alniunded. Ilecom: ar il it to putchwork tel ouilt. made up from a' 'he old ealieo dresses inllie hfuse and oboundiiu in classicnl allusioni. most f wMeh were from those portions of the clusai9 which were snpnri- sea in nvpecraoie wm neceni college. iMa' perch was written and committed o memoru t u-tioed before a ela- b, a negro r y holdinsr a eandle and watching the gestures.. It was 'rehears- til to friends, and they repeatiHj it id sahon9 of tin eity hat he w:is going to say-. l'ho9 i libtls uim) insul'p-, so gross and vulgar, had b en coiie! ver aiHi writtm with cool and d-lib rale mdi- lity, and repmted nigl t after night, in oider to rind the appropriate graee with w' i h to spi lifm at men who diffr from him. ; What riirb had he to arraign thrfx.fnnrthi of the 8 -n ite foi l r 'lirtion of dwy? Did the mKins by which h rot h-re Hve him the siifieriority? Mr. Dougla. aid he had been arraigned as u conspirator an-1 a traitor by a man (SumnerJ him lrguiHy of th crime haVinjr taken the oath to supp.irtthe C"n atitution and then violated it. AHu linir to Mr. Sumner's attack on S -natnr Bu'l r. who was now iibsent. Mr. Douglas 9!iid Mr.' Sumner wonll on us return whisper a secret apology in his ear, and want him to accept that as a prper apo'ogy. H (imngiasj Knew nowlhat was Ione. Laughter. He then defended Mr Arehiiwon froul the charge r T"" "v r.' i it. i . sasoh ow sumner. Mr. Mason said poetical relations, in obediencf uj me lormi oi our uovernmenf, bring Beuator- m association , wbn h. beyond the walla of th ' . . . i oenaie voamix r,is aianonor, and touching whose 1 h:d WouM be p dlution. , Tliev were impelled I '5,'n w wnguaire nere, to wWeh nn gnnilemati 1 would leiid an ear e sewherp. , The hr it in i , ,. . .. , - :.w rJ 1 oDeuience to me constitution, the trust of which they have undertaker to perform j Progress of Americanism in In diana - Among the more recent signs of the lirtes we notice that in Indiana the Terra Haute DilyEx pres raises the name of Fillmore and Douelsoa at the bead of lU c damn. , ; The Einress is one ol "9 valuable "aid ami comfortto par cause du; j ring tne campaign. ie Uuiog Kun Visitor U i..i.AM,a i. 1 1 i a . v. ? m. vlso out for Fillmore ore nd Donceon, making fifteen 5 wry dayiaud he is a five br which' aretlailil nnd "l,wUcU-He1nformi a friend or his Irl nhoi.alegate tothelCirin. (lapera io Indiana tbere.areotliers abou'a&iaming the sime nation, al txitl6n. Those in the field are edited bv im al mo and EhovT how to'krike heavy :Howi t fi-Tie urpawicans, iq vanow ainnicipat Kies( L. t N Albany, Terry Haute. iiiinnn ii irw n iiihiiv. ihtt rinnip. i m niTfum r i-V- . . . . . .'-l - i !t 4 I Uwrbutg; Aarorji aml J.fferi .ilMonvile. bavaiieeflnil-Difclmff the uemoiirats tor . , otp. &t)d ih wh:nnrd , n iZZ rr , 2. v"v"" -'0,. . -rr I ...Thutf nnnAaitiAtiTA unff -hnmn the tnrul. : TrVnTtA i i ijhi t iwn mm- v o a us v9ou au ustaa a D"iuihMi . . . L - bo-grf bvthe Convention; was an attemDttj c'n s.v .ut.ti.Ajj iLm:.. , . bliud reWra' ii - h. ri . mi an. n.'v una aa.ii injuria wrrr. . . f himi 1 mogt 0hjniblerThe, eSorisVriade by tW Repnpli : . . 1 1 " 1 " " " ' I UUfc BUCVuw ci t nru, v f:, AT Hostt, April 22J, J856.f Dear Mrt. Prnocttr ' ' " , .In tny last I informed ytra that tlie greater port of my journey home was performed on horseback: but a part Of the way I Journeyed by water, nd about ten utiles from the jlae where 1 waatodebnrk the wind commenced blowing and the Boat officers predicted a storm, but the' Captain re fused to lie to, nor can I aay t wished it, I cared nothing for a little wind if 1 was getting on. The wind incmisedas night came on until it became dif ficult to manage' tlie Boat, all the hats, caps 4c , of the hands first took uncerimonious leave of their masters, and were speedily followed by all the loose loxes and bundles that were strewed upon the decks, togrtJier with a quantify of cord wood , next a little house fixed behind tlie Pilot house broke from fts fastenings and was only saved by the-captain, mate nd veral hands getting a rone arouna n ana ias- tening rt to tha Uecks below. ; The wind mcreased nd what waa aometlung singular, there was net a loud to be soea in view, a clear starlight nigtit, tut the horiz.n was-illumined by conUnued: flashes of lightning, which give a fine anpearanco to the waier wnicn DroKe over uie oows oi me uoni, every tinctly aoen, almost resembling liquid' fire. From what saw that night.l think I had an idea though perhaps faint of the sea when troubled by the winds We were now in a wide part of the river in very mgn water, when th sea had full pUy upon us. I was standing on Hie cabin deck behind one of the chim- , 'i i. ii . i j .i nevs adfiiirinff the appearances before roe, and think inj occ isionauy oi uieeut'cxwiatiiiigiiiueproiucea - ' i-i r i . ' i I ja11 TT-afa..ll natfu 1 5 A T SiaA llMtfvlif OS plainly depicted in a man's face. He was deadly pale, his eyes stretched and wanJenng and he trem- oiingvioi- ntiy. ) . i- : Why KostrVll what's the matter (for I fuWy ex pectef to hear tliat the Bout waa broken and would be down in , five or six : seconds.) Oh said he, this is terrible I am afraid the boat will we turned over and all will be drowned, and may be she will sink.1 I thought then tliere was some danger of conrse-, but told him I expected the officers knew, and would run ashore if there was danger of sinking. "Oh no the C-iptain . had told hijji he conl.l not get n8iiore, ir on one ie uie trees woui i-mu on uie boat anl oa tlie other th boat would be dashed to picc:s. against tlie tiank, and moreover Uie Captain said he whs afraid the cliimnevs would be blown down." Just as he s;oke a pro Hgious r ieket Uok place a'wve our heads. 4 1 could hear the Pilot bawl in for help, aometrunr'rolling and cracking and creaking in a very interesting manner, and the storm which seemed to tie still increasing in violence, roar ing in every direction, all of which witli the strange oaths an i curses of the deck nan 1 formed a concert, that I (though fond of novelties) would willingly have dispensed with. 1 f the chimneys fall thought I, I had letter 1 in the ca.an and in I went. (Kos trellhnd alna ly cone.) I found him in a cluster of four or five frightenel individuals, to whom he had given the alarming intelligence that the chimneys hid fiuVn or w rw falling. ' I soon corr.-cte-d tlie statoment, for I knew they had not fallen, and a little after learned that th' noise w is occasioned by some portion of tlie cabl box being torn from the decks and thrown violently against tlie chimney. - The pilot had found himSv-lf unable to manage twe wheel alone and was calling the assUiant, and he, (the assistant) .found tliat h would be under the necessity of taking a cold bath in the river if he left the position he had taken to go to hie comrade assistance, and it was some utoe, be fore he could do so by the help of a rope. About this time,! In-gan to think'that it might be j ossil le a place could be named in which I wonl l be lielter si6n i tlian I was with the situation I hre occut-ied? Tin Tioat rocked U such a legrcethatl reeled like a drun ken man Jwhen I attempted to walk in the c thin and a strings sensation came over ine,an 1 oec isionaiiy an inclination to vomit; one or two pass -ngcrs were already hard at it. What tlie mischiof can te the matter sai f I. ;1 The bar-keeper who had been on salt watir tol 1 me it was the sea sickness, and advis ed me to drink something strong. I did so,' and I then looked out and notieinsr a I irsre niece, of tim ber on the Iww of the lioat, detinhineil to take pos session of it. if we should happen to sink, and then . s it down to wait the iseue. We did not sink however butafler about two hours beating about in the river the two pilots carried us into a safe harbour behind an Island, much to th satisfaction of all exct Jfmmy the captain of the deck hands who hurt his foot in landing and cursed and swore indignantly ' ' . tW e sometimes heaf it said that the farthest wav round, is the nearest way through," and people in love are often in that wav of thinking. : Fnr mw part I alwaye find thatM is directly in the nearest rute from anywhere else, and of course cn the day following my deWkation from the team bit. instead of takin?th mnt ,i;f f u t i ; - - " . o z " iv-" 4 found myself on the road to M i -which to me seemed decidedly nearer. ' What occurred. Umtc I navw aireaoj roia you in my last and What didn't occur, bo long a ume nas nowelansad withnnt. n.- j.js:4.:ft.-z.n- t., ... : .-j '","",uc " ll,a"wu :'YUI umi mKresting town, that i Mu.w ...v.,, uu am uiuuu uisposea to start somewhere ia order to pass through there , r , Very truly your friend ; ; ' f-: j?, :i , ' '.ilDatJDaf JOTVeiitTfoaVAVMhfn that the I. o a .H T l sr - wjr uHwwu ine lerce ana tsnrnanan ' men ia waxing hotter every day. The New York Her- aid's correspondent, writing on the 28th of A- pnlfays: .. -.1 P.it u, . . It is novUncommon thing- to hear the Pieree.menvdenounce, in .anmeasarid terms the a icnanan men, a d a t?tce vcmv -Pierce U ati Co;Btion that it?W. -hs. . I h-iend in the Couventiori. la weedhottld go- for a Soother n man But 1 1a f -:-. . , v., . h.. . -Vni . I . . .'.( . I. .. J. i ' , : ! u'iitmir hi inaia..iT..:. :. a-txk'" v-:v" --Vi-? -KWV, -Aahington letter, JateA AprUm.says VJ n" 4 ' f - V"X?J'! a flay-favor ; jiaoowajng. u.r euiraiuy;uws, was ia -ablets : it was uoveiraad.tfta ime mm thin wiit wfiilJ low Vfjr!; We?MlU brecolfec- I . :j: . i w"""""?' arrt-Kedand thte i tnar a . f m mm i - s . ..t 'J'-Tsr;-; ""vJ rrrczsaTana taw tni TT ? ifl'Vwof fXaeeittonwas detea - WQfttnft. tineanstllrfi .cpm.njcatsdito Praiderit P.r in quence-btf pmeae4TfrteaxUbit-nhBo4f;ita fc? that purposs, neIle. plraredf himielf-ii ir frikLae?ecirdrdbtha ,av?ment before mnf ftuuli idim-wfcs-KTbsit " I,- t 1 -1 r 1 .tJ"wW w-ii ununniWiiiuMwil, U1U3 EtWlUOl POLICE rhOCEEDIXGS-CONCLUDED. Unon filinar and eonsideratton of tha netition of H. H. llart and others, purporting to be a majority of the resident heads of families in Township o, range 4 west praying for a repeal of the Tax levied in said township for School purposes. It is thereupon order-i eJ by tlie Board that said tax be aa 1 is bcrefefter re- jiealed and that no s:hool tax shall hereafter be lev led or collected in said Township. - - Upon reading eonsiderataon of the petition of Wil iara Gartly and others, It is ordered that William Oartley, J unties Rose, William O wefts, EHhu Wasson, John C. Spirs, Patrick McCann and Thomas Jones. citicens of said county be and are hereby apointed commissioners for the purpose of reviewing, working and laying out a route for a road beginning on the Telegraph road near the half section One of section 6 township 9, range two west and running thence down east xft on the most practicable route through the l.j-mi ..... . iuuus oi i nomas jones to intersection ot the road rannirg south of Dover and that said commissioner meet at sucn ume aua place as shall be designated oy tae blientt lor Uiat fur pose and that they make a report of their verdict to the next term of this Court. ' - s " " - ' Ordered W the Board tliat the bond of John B. D-'HSon as Treasurer of Yazoo county be put in auit fpr the recovery of any sum due from him to any par ty us such Treasurer agreeably to the statutes in such oases made and pro viied... : r Ordered ttiat the reiort of Seaborne Collins as overseer of road No BatNo. 2, from Cross roads near Ueudrick't to Cypress Bridge be received -and filed and tliat he be reappointed for the ensuing twelve months on said roai with same hands. Ordered by the Board tliat the reiiort of J. W. Ford as overseer of Road JTo. 93, Beiit No. 2. from Win. Capshaw'a to Daisonville be received and filed and uiat feter rtird be appointed overseer of same tor tlie ensuing twelve months wun same hands. On reading and filing the petition of T. R. Hollo man and others as commissioners heretofore api min ted to examine and report in reference to the neces sity and fnactiaUlity - e-f building a bridge over a slough on theMcCarty's ferry road. It is uiereupon ordered by the Board tliat Joha W. Jones,' W. W. Wileaaad J . K. Uolloman be and are hereby ap ix)iued commissioners for the Dumdse of lettintr bv 'Contract tlie building of a suitable Bridge across said slough according to a plan and speculations to be tornished by said commissioners and that they re- ioii, mcir ucuou utereiu u uienes.1 meeung oi Uiis Board. : : Ordered tliat the report of R, B.- Powell as over seer of Road No. 21, Beat No. 3. from P. Stevens to intersection of Satartia road be received and filed and that J. T. Judkins be appointed overseer Of s ime for the eusuing twelve months with same hands. . ' : -.' - - Ordered that the renort of road No. 65. B,t No. 1 from Benton road to Holmes county line tie received and filed and tliat he be reappointed for the ensuing i monus wiui srme nanus. , . . . . i Ordered that Uie reior. of James W, Brennan as overseer of road Ao. c4, beat lo. 1, be received and tiled and that James Hooter be appointed overseer of same for the ensuing twelve months to work the same from twing s jia houe to Big Sunflower with nands as heretofore. ' Ordered tliat the aecbunt of M. A. Jenkins, Sher iff for sundry services . ye. as , such this .day filed amounting to $7 J5.04 be allowed and that a warrant issue for the Same. c . . ' - - ' - .; Ordered Uiat Court now adjourn unlit 9-morrow a o clock. , - i .4 r ' N. G. NYE, President WedneS lay Morning, 9 o'clock. May Slst. Court met pursuant to aoiouinraeut. , . Prcat N. G. N VK, President.5 "; - John Wr, Joaes, Member, r -. M. R. Greer. " - - , , . ' ; r J.H.Wooltvlk v - r T, B. Alsop, rt 1 r M. A.Jenkins, Sheriff,. . v t , - Johu M. HolUngs worth, Clerk. , ,. ' Ordered that Uie account of V7oJ fe Brown am ounting $ Uj75 . dollars dor articles furnished for Court rooui U allowed aad that a Warrant issue for the same. . .. . , . . . . Ordered that the report of G forge H. Cot aft Over seer of Road Nn. ti4 Beat Mo 4, from seventeen mile i.ostto North boundary of John ! W, Martin's lapd oe received and filed and Uiat he be re-appointed for the enduing twelve wiUi hands as heretofore except W m. SneiTiraa aad 0. vv . Morton s. ' OcdtreJ that the followinjr allowances be made ior holding a special elect. on in February last Sot one Couataole ia Beat No, 2, viz: . . ;. dosepn a. loung; ueiurning omcer a aay SterUng Oole, Inspector 1 diy, , Willis Hall, . " -1 day, ; A.'H. Johnson, Clerk -1 diy, Joseph A.Young; Returning officer 2 days , $4 00 2 uu 2 00 2 00 Ordered that Uie report (of James Rose as ouerseer of Road No. 54, Beat o 2, from- Blacks quaaters to Uie West eide of Uie Bluff oreek be received and filed aui Uiat David FnU-y . be appointed overseer, of same for the ensuing. twelve, mouths with same bands. .. , . . . . v- , j.. Ordered that the repurt of James p. . Nolan as overseer of road No 18, Beat No. 2, from 4 mile post to Scotland place be received and filed and Uiat he be reappoidted for the ensuing twolve months with same hands'r -f V- i Ordered that the report of F. M BeaU as Overseer of Koad No. 54, Beat No. 5 from --' Deasonville to Mure's Bluff be and filed and that be be reappointed for Uie ensuing twelve months with same hands. Ordered Uiat the report of D. King aa overseer of Road No 42."Beat No. 4, from Bowie's ferry road to ravine near Carradins old place lie received and filed and that h be reappointed for the ensuing 12 months with same hands as heretofore. f , v . Ordered Uiat tlie renort of Jmees Hart as overseer of Roal No. 5; Beat Wo from Holmes County line oe racfcived and file! and Uiat be be reappointed on the saina spot for, the ensuing twelve months with anas. ' Peter B Cook Treasurer of Yazoo eounty thia day presented bis ame annual Recount such showing a niouUtoft hand at last settlement of i v $8,476 06 Andanwuntuivfim aUsoujse8 since .7rj23 03 TtMal amounts assets to O, of County," ( 15,801,. 15 And' Iw the "following diaotvseements for said Coonty, " 'T For amount rid Jury tickets and County warrants. NumberedTrotnltid57;- . tntck ?1 9,935 36 n aniAantTreasured Commission on same J 39S 05 J . 1 1 1 ai iC 1 fa e 'it fit. auowea onerm ior uisui vnows w3 o n a ia hands ef Treaaur tola day .5.54 40 BalJnwoiTreasuretUudaylSSr .-T.R4i.4J ex nwif'u "iS,i3 1 tA.nkTAa.SHrI &ieiiLzlt daoFlhem 1 1 " 4 n.klijortiui-rlv dons ta the wteSenea rf Jthe Inoit b4.Je4andentera4 ia: extense byUs Clkof 1 Tf noh rea Jifti arid eonsideraUon oftae ,bf ba.nl Eobett Fisher be aniXarr fcaRbyipciatad v ... . . ..- . ! -. l.Tl .--. Ji.. t' hty oi aaa prooa-oie oo 01 a wui. on wvt sad creek aid this they repcrt U Ci cf this Board. ,'.-?.- i err t .'"ifzvI Tbeaooonctof Wm. II. Fields aaiounfinj to CidfaeirSs Jtkff fUreast-rsai' I.'reer?o - - thereupon ordere t by th Bofr J,. tu li. ,11. LrM?'E Mill. tWirtUir;1 J. Tf for work done by him onv the Court House was this day presented for allowance and the Board updn con sideration 6f the same allowed the gum of $15 1 be in full of said warrant issne thereof.. " " . v ; Ordered that a 'warrant istue to Rev Levi Piercs for $162 for the use of the Pond for 13 tnonUis. The petition of .Pickett and others for the employment of J- T. Russell to make out Lank book ana maps of the lands in Yazoo county for the use Uie county was receiveived and filed. ' The propositidn of J. T. Russell Esq.,t6 tnakeoot land books and maps of the land in the county; for the sftra of $1,223 00 was recesvedand the same on consideration was rejected.; Ordered that T. J. John6ti oe appcStited 6veTsoer of road No. 12. Baat No 1 from Brook's House to Kibby 's ferry road for the ensuing 12 months with uanas ao ncretoioro. -. Ordered that J. C. Spiart be Appointed 'Overseer j road No 15, beat No. 1, from Lfrerpool to Ridge Road for Uie ensuing 12 months with hands as here fore appropriated. ' In the matter of tho petition it Jmn P. Street and others it is ordered bp the Board Uiat James M. Dev lin, John P. Street James R. Corapton, Samuel Goodwin, S. G. Chambers snd Peter B. Cook be ap fiointed commissioners to view, mark and lay out a route for a road from the Plank road at or near tha residence of N. G. Nye to the Short Creek road at or near ihe residence of J. M. Devlin's any five to aet and to meet at Such time and place as shall be desig nated by Uie Sheriff and thvt they make report of their verdict in this behalf at the next term of this Board. Upon Teadingr and tonttderetkrn of tfce peti tition ol S. T. Mscsey and others h"ing a ma jority at the voters of the Town of Yazoo City as well as the petition of large number of la die residents in said town, It 1-ordered by the Board that the sain for a license to retail ven omous or spiritual liquors in said town of Yaz x City for 12 months be and the same is herebv fixed and established at $K-00 artd for the other pertions of the couiftry to reraaift as Beretofore established by this Board. ' ' ' 7 " t "Ordered that the sairn of SiOOt) W and is hereby set 4 part ttat of the general fnnd o the County fr the use ol the poor to be expensed by .the ccrnmitfsioner of the poor and that a warrant lue upon said commisuioneta on the Trea.-ur r for the same. - - ' ' 7 Ordered that th report of Hampton Co as overseer of tcad N . 78, Beat No 2 from Ben ion tointrrseclion of Vicksburg be received and s .led ana that he be re-appointed ovprseer of same or the usuig twelve months with same ha' a. ' r: ' ' - ' Ordereil that the report of P. 3 Bttrrus as overoeer of Road No. 9 Beat 2 from Cypress n - ars . i -r i i i ur.ogoWprr,ugeue r:e,, ana "M he be reappointed or ensuing twelve months vith hands as In retofore Ordered that the reiiort o R. K. Pickett as overaVer o road N 15, beat No 2 from C Tilly V place to the IS rth end oi Pickstt's lane be re ceived and tiled rnd that i e be reappointed for the nsuin twelve moa'hs with same fcsnds. The petiUon of Jerry Conhors Mgned by a ,u,,i,"'.'Jr r. ; iTi J ,T tail grocery bio e naueir remain. iq on i.ie over thirty days for certain ppti'tonS and ine having tppn ten ana ine sain ironnprs naviug ni8) x- h'b;ted the Treastirett rene pt for $700 the amount requir k by law lor a li en!e ahd having 1-iO rnteml into bond win secumy which is : nroVt d conditioned according to - :a-. It is thereupon ordered by th Board that a L'cens" ;s$ue to h'ra to letail venomous and spiritual Pamirs in tne houce now occupied ' bv"' h:m for the space of 12 month' from the 5th 0! Fcbroaiy 1855 V Ordored that the Clerk of th's Boatd be al lowed the sum of fiee hundred dollars per annum for all siTVces performed and to be performed by him as Clerk of this B?ard,commenci gwith i-j lat election t a sum to be paid to him quar 1 and to be in iietl of peri die n and all other work done f r the couaiy. ;' : ! ; Ordered that the Clerk of this Board remem ber all the divisions of Roadi in this county co;n- nencing at nuniber one -and numbering, in enns wutively, and that he insert the new numbers and the Bet in all ov.Taeers Commissions to be issm- -d at this term ai d that the numbers thus given be strictly observed and carefully preferred. . Ordered that a warrant t. isaue to M is. H. N.I Pivwett, for six months pay from 1st November 1855,' for publishing the prdceedmsra of t his B wrd for iwentyfive dollars Upon the Treasurer! ' Orikiredthat Hi P. Cheatham be 'appointed overseer of Koad" No 40. Beat No 1 from Uvti pool to Tucker's Old place for Uie ensQinjf twelve mouths with the hand heretofore appropriated. Ordered thatThoodore J f (inmes btfapp nnted ..Q04 nr Unad ko SR. beat Mo 2. from Walk- er's did school house to 2 .mile post f. r the eusuinj; T Wl le luouvua ntiu uau utivwiviw l lr lr ted.' ' ;' ' ' r " ' ' ''" "' ' """ Ordered that Jam -a S.wrsbft ippothtd ver- -leer of Bid N o 20, B -at N.i 3. from Session's place to TilmblesoU pl ice.'or the eiiButtigtwelv months with hand? a bretofore appropriated. 3 ; finlertHl that R Brl fte be apnoiuted over sir of R6d N'o 59, B at fCo 4ifrom north bank Tcrcva to Joel dtcvens place, ror tne ensuing twelve nionths with tame bandsf'"-, K '" : u Ordr red that s R.cham Martin ' be appointed overseer of jthft B.tRidiww ovt'Meed by him bein the Road thrpigh defse Uarnner's laud, with the 4ian6 ajid tipoa the terms heretofore prescribed. "Report of David Hagan as oVerseer,ol..Koad : . . m-m 1 w 1 . t. 1 ... a .... ' the different atJrtmetitiof thedodiity ail ase tb the 8anltycoQdition tH'-reof, report the same to - .... . k . ft . 1 . i ij ti beio good couaiUoartfiat tt isitepi cieamy in mu U apartmeota.- '.ill .f-H v r- ,u3i Onlered that I'tircy antl. fiicnoo oe ajiqweo j$t0 Tot laying pjivcmenf 'itrnf ckinxdoor step ahd nnlShliia,mterillS,l,jait -jraru, uu tuaw warrant Ivnte !k-tt9t .tsot KtO cm cih ;OrderetUh.. pT Wooiro-fe e Ordeted that t5e fdllawing enowances for mbrfaide to t-eid'JmWra of tbU tioard liemr .nT TI O Nye 3 dart Q C3 SBSKfi m:Ce&lbaa.!ieliwihif ever grade of the community; Itat itt weigbt w ta'this e: Cdnimissiouenf to report the pa the. ldwest??r? ggyj? ? r i TuTtJ 00611 like Views: but aa much as Britain poecssea D.CQ'j V Jf.irw.Hifoik, .rvv.;,. : 3 11 tn. ."if T W .TrnpI s W hJ i: A J -nttr; W tX"ilr ' . !' ..-. - ... i SEPAnATIOff - eriarted in silence, we parted at oightv On the banlts of that lonelv river. Whote the fragrant lims then boaghs nnite. t r mrt huu we paTa itirever. The night wind sang, and the stars above. Told many a touehii g story ' Of friends long pnl u th? kinsdom 'f!love Whrt-8 the sod trears its manUe of loy. 4 Bqt ere we sighe.1 6ur last fareweil, Iq wild and bitter sorrow, ' Oar whispered vows (rt ra:mberfcd wel Sjioke ppade td tjie'c6mihg morrow. ': The Ifpa that e'chotSd that vow of minV Are cold as that louelv rivet, .. ... And that eye (the beautiful spirrt-sarhioj Has shfroaded 1U fire furevt'. And now on the midnight sky I Wrf And my heart grows full to weeping? Each star is to tne a Sealed book, - Some tale of the loved one keening. We parted in silence, we parted in tears, On the banks of thfit ldrte)y rivet, But the fragrance and bloom of those bygoM . years, "v. . - - . Will hang rdnnd its waters forever. A FrRST Attempt. A first attempt aI 'poetf reads thus ' i s . , , . - , Th glea,ni of .'bet eye was brigllV, , . The gleam of her gold was brigbterf The first was a beautiful sight, The second a beautlftrl Sign'ter. KOtTOIT. ' mm 'it'" ' ' Sweet is the image of the brooiiog 4ove, Holy srs heaveu a mothers tender love The h)ve of many ptayers, and many team, Which changes not with dim dech'nihg years; Tne 6nly love, which on this teeming earth, Asks no return for passion's wayward birth. '.' ,., , i. "' , I- 1 1 .... . ' ""foxBS is raEET.H Ku?e obserferi 6f natnr have remarked the varietv of todes yielded by tne trees wnen played upon by the wind. Mrs. Hemans once asked Sir Walter Soott ii h? h k no iced every tree gives out its peculirr sound! 4 Yes," said he, 4 1 eave and I think something might be dune by the Union of poetry and mu sic to imitate those voices' giving a different measure to the oak, the,' pine, the willow, dtc; TheTe is a Highland air of somewhat similar character, called the Notes of the Sea Birds." Tn Tti-mu Tavist' Vtrama mCS.'a l. f!, ,here are some pleating lines, wh te the wind jV. u -. is leigid to feel the want of a Voice-, andtd woo the trees to give him one. He applied to sev. ral; but the Wanderer rested the pine, be caua her Yooe . wis constant, sort and lowty deep; atrd he Welcomed in her a trtitd merasrial of the ocean caVe his birth place; There is a tt.te description ot a storm in Coringsby, ... o diapason f the tempest. The W nd how edfc stitred, and sent forth vuttds like anincenttoa. Suon might be deatin guished the Various Voices of the mighty trees as tecy expressed th ir voices or thir agony Tha oak roared, the beech1 shrieked, tho elm sent 'o th it long dee groan, while ever and anon, amid a momentarp pause, the oatsio i of the ush was heard in m ans of thrilling anguish. Q& A lady riding in the cars a few weeks siace found herself seated by the side of an old matron who was exceedingly deal. Midam said she in a high tone "did yott ever try t teoiricity 1" What did you Say, Miss!'' .- I asked you i." you ever tried electricity lor your deafness." - , ' - ' Oli, yes indee t I ncj it was oniy lasisuna mprl ut struck by liim.ninf. but I jni sj as it did me a b t of good." Annexation In H'W i i.--Ths. citmns or the XVesipfn Bectioh of Floridi are Stnnigly .igita-- tin the qheetion of annexing that portion of the State to Alabama. For this purpose a nevr paper called the West Ploripa Tiraes."ia to be started in Pensacola, in Angu. t nex , by j. W . Dorr, Esq He Was Right "O, t hae loved lis a man ni-'tr loved," as the fortune hu. ting dandy sate: Vho doubts it? How the deuce could eucha thin t be love 1 ke a man! Iraposlbl I B Iranistan is to be sold at auction by tha first of September next. The Bridgeport paer va that man of Mr. Bamum's creditor are willing to 6?gn oit and allow him to be lia-rated nrwlor ttit twn&thirdi bank& I t ll irciT 1 tviu w """ - Irunt law .ir-...,.i. . 1. . u tt-IGt be elections taking place in the lowhs of the Various States are indicative of the grow jng Strength of the Americans-iohlens of the sac oess of of their Prcsidehtial ticket. We note tbi powlnginonf exchSuige; y : J ' " tMSTVAfciAlBellcfontei Pa.Americad ticket elected over the tofdeo, two to one. Ohiffbersbttrg, Penn. American by a band some majority; 3 Nsw YQRKi-oiMorwicni rsr- x -America ticket elected' by 70 mijorityi - Greene, N Y A clean mepp for the Amer ; Oxford, Ni T. American ticket elected M 24'idajoHty.Vv. .V ,xy .. V? : .' ;. j Martl AyD.-rWldcheater, Md. Entire Amer lean tfckeijelect&l; ;'. , " S3 Not lorif ago an feogllahrtlatf bbscrved a stone roll down a staircase." It bumped on every stair till it came 1d the bottom there, of coarse4 it restedi' TW stdrie said be; retembles tho h per views? ouxaa ran 'to - lw? etate ,$f,New Torki altkaub aituated from 1 4. to SQLdegrees . fortbe tiorUf , abd this by a cause (the Galf Ctreacft.) wbicfi could neveJtbare beea found pot by the oriin. to there may fee in cftner planets - pecu Yitt tonditiofts of which e e entitvly ifno r I rtiit It therefore hsa epsaied to us tbat.thd j. r ur. Rimers, ; 1 Imw inh.Kilail mrar K mat j.rwk ri-"f l-f fvi.