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satctudaY MOfUffN«, March i*. isss- ■ ; ! I W « tjc flails £«tit!)th s ftfbnUf. JAMES S. MASON, Ewto«. a a mu* «Rit*.* a to. •»)<** o* i w ■ sea u , M ta»ru«a «• a«t ui a»»au to Ral oKf tor »*to*«i( *Bb*ri4pU*A» aad a4»*«%.**»VB»a Board or F#mcr.— We are requested •talc that the Board of Police will 1' aiect »e*t Monday, and that the over* i - , . _t- .j ' eevre of the made arc q 1 J hand in their reporta. --^ DtnocRAtrc Coflrt Meetiko.—W e have been reqoeated to yire notice that a j , , . »• . t m : I meeting of the DroocratW PMyw j borne county will be held at the Court* » ki a .. »1. ii,i. Am*. Anvil 1 hoeee on Monday, the 11th day of April, and second Monday of the term of the Circeit Court, to appoint delegatee to the ! _ • o » a* * u I ij Democratic Btatc Convention, to beheld at Jaekeon en the 4th day of July next W.hope .h. Pcn.ocr.op *111 be.r U,i. in ; We have Blackwood ou onr table for . , , .. ... February, arid a* i* alwaye tbs* cane, it la i mind. j 0 «». Sa.rr.-tv, learnfrumoor . burg exchange«, that arrangement« h»ve j i^ r , t«.. n O.,,,, f ,, aj|i] m. j ^ crption in that city. It îa due to t' ie General, a« a mark of eateem for hi« ' The Hon Vceraiian EMi* died j« I Ihe Mon. \e«paaian lUlia died s Washington on Tueeday laet of drop«/, ^ -T sr O The remain, of the Hou. A. V. Brown »•*'** •» ^ j lilli. »»a «,re mt,I red m the Muant , Olives Cemetery witb Muonie liunore. J , -M-wui° ! the stock of spring good« formen'« wear full of**good reading matter. long and faithful service« to bia country. We ar* glad tu «ec it. Early St Little — We have examined •A„ Arew-s... V,w Tl.m tle^v..;il 1 « A-.ws«, F...-TI- Brooks ilk ; •avs, that a German name Carb while _ t - ,* • ^* i_a. u _ _ m * __ out hunting in Clearfield county, came aero«« a beartrap, and never having «ecu . , . , - . e ^ ° r , m , i txaminmg it, bnt unfortunately touched o . , , , . ,. U j * , predicament lm remaitsed two day«, near* I . , Ae , . .. . l,d«dfru»l,„.g.r.a,lcuUl «hea .1« m«n who set th« tr«p cam« to examine' it ..Jf-dlA.r 1 L 1 r i» » I * , o « bear, e g had caught a Dutchman. J Î just brought out by Messrs. Early St Lit. tie, and we commend it to those who want handsome clothing. Tlie stick is large sud selected with taste. Call on them. "(Peon.,) Jeffersonian, of the 10th inat., T»t Ehffrob SocutUQUi.— Th« Pari sians take a lively interest in the fallen fortunes of emperor Souiouquc, of Hayti, cosoffirsing whum tidings are shortly ex pected. He was a most excellent cus tomer for the peeslisr uick-nackery sod 1 industry called ar ticks Ar P ns Indeed, by he was easily pleased iu that respect, as a story goes that a whole regiment off .. ,, , , « his sable guards Wc os their «hak » » er shining brass ornament, which ou closer was found to lissre floue i duty before, viz , on the box*« iu which »itcXorin »nd »ardine» »re «xporltd fm« ! I» r the French ports— so that each warrior i proclaimed his freshness to the world by the still legible inscription, "Sardines FraieAes." exiiminatiou, ; The Carrollton Democrat says that Sims A Co., have entered «nit against j Carroll county for damages sustained by them in the falling of the bridge across Petecocower and tfte injury Bustsined by it# remaining out nf repair until the pve •lie j TRKAstrr Dzpartment—'T he baWe in ' toe sent time. the Treasuiy subject to draft on the Ttli The receipts 0 f the week previous amounted to $715,000. Tl»c amount of drafts paid during tlie week was $782.000 The amount of inst., was $7,188.000. t. drafts issued was $1,044,000. The re-1 s .. . . r a •. ductmn in the amount of deposits was - • MX* -, , . . #ai are* of $329.M)J. The receipts of the aub-Treas ^ . ury at Wcw York f«»r the week ending ol ths 18th inst., amount to $8,172,000 in. . a- a. ,/vmAA , . ^ . . of eluding $1,000,000, on account ol ths ten , Dr million loan. Witt> 'of nity. Msxtco.—A late dispatr h, dated Wash i^g, JJsrch 16, says : ft has been stWSrtainaJ upon creditable au ' h 4 K H f i bolib* kronen »mi Eutliih Govern» roeatf feave fk*eiairaa<i at»f other intsnfion in •ending their «taval^fprco* to the coast of Mex* f» H ipo than I« pjseurn Hi ••reparation for lb« ^ »ronpeomiaillW l* *t«*i»o upon IX«ir «ib **'r'wr itlseUim .nv >»i»iMm rt <.k.»z «id., »' with either nf the contending pnAtot, Qur Government doe* uot boUeve they will do anything eonfliofing with the Mon roe doe» Wi»rk trine by ioterhsfmf to shape tbs iastrtafios* of j feel Mexico i it ' ", ' " .' . D i les*, ihs estimated deficiency in the t onu m j DSr*e Departmrtrt for the effrreot year, lev *• ffb (Vg)|.t ' v " / 7 ' I A LlVELT Tuft IS THE ILLINOIS Lcgisla ture .— Th*. Gevtmor t Vrto Message ÎF/*** pUd Under Foot. — Ouvre oor Bissell.of I»* J liuois, Imi vetoed tit« new Apportion ■ mrnt bill, and there has been a lively ; time in the Legislature in consequence, H« baa been already intimated by tele* ! graph. The cut respotj^ut of the Chica I go Journal, writing from Springfield, February 22, describe* the scene: At about halt i*a«t y u'eloi-k !he House mat. i ami alter the utual intruductory p a» er and the ' reeding of the journal, Mr. B Y Johnson, the .Governor's private secretary, presented him* seit, and "a message from the Gover»or" whs officially announr.ed. Mr Johnson step(ied to his u-ual place, and rem* as lollows: j '•Mr. Speakar: I *m directed by ib« G"* I emor to return to the House of Rep esentalive», j in whiob it originate»*, 'A bill lor an act tu ere* ate Senatorial D.stricta and apportion the Hep 1 resentafivea in the General Assembly ol the gf#f#of ^ hiaobyec nm. thereto." The moment he began to read, an uueon* ! °* r '** <1 '»pvc»«»«' would liave thought Bwllam hed bioken loose. Members sprang to their f #e ( aiu j began shouting, yelling and hooting like so many Indians on a war trail, while ; tion in the House, and we can't receive any message Doorkeeper, put that man oui!" etc.. The doorkeepers started to execute the order to "putt hat man out, but. by that tine i j # b ng( , n had finished reading the measage. land banding the paper* to one of the page», j turned an I walked leisurely out. Tue page Vicki»I*•*?>? '• «*• » the art of hatulmg them to the Cleik, when. j Mr. Green, from Massac, snatched them from j the page's hand, followed Mr. Johnson to the , eutraiwse between the lobby aul the hall, ami ; eadeevered to toree them back speo him. Mr. J< hnson refuted to ivceive them, in fact, ' paid no attention to what Mr. Green was doing and the pa, ers fell upon the fluor, and Mr Green kicked them out towards the lobby. Mi. Church picked them up, walked leisurely I U P Ihe aisle, and lai»l 1 hem carefully ou the s ^ aker - 5 desk. That officer, with a eon temptuow sad angry expream«^, struck them w i'b hammer aid knocked them to the fioor A , lh#y f«n bes.de your eorrespo..* j s?ää «iw , ppr( ,' W ll, , he G..>im»'< „to mmmt.. ,nJ «»• in th. »cl «I l.yin, them When Mr. Green tank tl*«« re. ! m..k,t,e."l »UM. I I,.». .. inlHTh right l.lhe psp.tr »...., .U». .,„1 I .III l.ke them, and as.u.i.e all the responsd) li»y of doingao He then put tiiem in tiis parket and went ofT. I have not seen them since, thoui'h Mr. Green t*ld me that he bro» g- f them bark and laid them down where 1 y»t them v «I the New Custom-House yesterday at ; „ »'«tatob,*. Cree ' , ^ Cen1, ** ü,,e ° f U * C lar if c Architrave piece« over tlm columns of the general k usines« . ,. , , . r,H ' m * Wt 0 u,, ff w,iB u M, b |U,H ted into position, nnd near tin* top of the W» aid* «h. tant* irun buuk .«ppuibn, * rr _ one-foni th of it broke, and Hm* «tone im mediately fell to the floor, a distisnce of . / , , . «bout forty feet, carryiug with It two ^ (rero it , . , Coitrery to positive orders, laauW by IImi g l ,p €r i u j e i, ( j t . n t | ami reiterated to the .. , r , , very men thenmelvea, a tew minute« be - 1 A terrific and fata! accident occurred fore the acckicut. One man was killed on the spot, and the other dangerously inj« red. 1 disease, called by some by others "black leg," is making serious havoc with horned cattle all over Ohio. Si.nsui.aR Cattle Disease nr Ohio.—A hoof ail," and 1* commence« in »he niud fuo», ami extends npwsr Ja paralyzing tte hind parts •» that the er *; atuf6 atount , £ Hf hinJ qn>r . ters; the api>etits i* destroyed and the eyes i ... , . Thi* maladv n attributable to ergot in the gra*», grain. Ac. A« wet weather is lavoratde ! I» !'• d««topm..i», ™.»y mppom ill » Pf i..i. ance lately is aftii* utable tnthat cause, i Horrible MuRr.ca and Suicide — At Monticcllo, Indiana, a horrible murder ; and-tsu cidc wa« committed on Satunlay week. Arthur Burn«, nn old farmer, who had Liren divorced from hi« wife, j WJIII «gain married to the «ame wo* nian after a reparation of several years, deljf^rately loaded his gun wkh heavy slugs, and «hot her thruiigh the head au •lie «at knitting before the fire Keluad j ing the gun, he placed the muzzle to hi« ' »outh.and pulling the trigger w.u, ),.« toe blew his brains out. He was in» killed. Tho unfortunate woman, though «hot through the brain, linger ^' ,r m wliol* day, when «he died in agony. B , Death or Jas. Torret —The last issue - A , . . of the Lexington Advertissrsays: w ,, , » *.,» , .. We are again e«l , e»l upon to recortl tho death ol aruifher one of our old and es'eeT»«il citi iof thi*«osnty. Hed.e«tonfhe morniaf of (ho 9th mit., of typhoid pneumonia, after a Dr ^f dines*. Mr.Tsfny had been identified Witt> f he intare*f« or the sounty for a number 'of )ear*, ami his deal hjsi loss to I he commu nity. Mr. Torrey is a brother of Mr. G. G. Torrey, formerly of this coonty. The levee meeting called for Tuesday f» H t in our town, did is* t take place. ^ Teril | n f onr planters, however, agreed to plac. «Iditi,,„. »' ii.ii<i. up-i-i »lieh inifirji.li.d portions of the Isvec below town as the nalsre of circumstance« demanded. The Wi»rk goes on apace, and we begin to feel as though the country will weather on of I it tlMTongh safely this time. Nevcrtho* les*, vigilance should vtst be suffered to m j kz nQt jj ever y g ig„ 0 f danger, howev lev rcmotal shall have cotnpletely paared J/rkr Hertid, f diaap Fatal A stair udr Honor —The New Or* lean« Oreacent, t*f last Saturday, says: A fatal tluel took place at 4 «Pelock yea' er. day m ft e-noon, in a fiel.l nenr rat rollon, or Rickerville, between the railroad and the river. Thepart'e* were .Vtr Emile Hiriurf, musical an<* operatic critic of the Daily Delta newspa per, and Mr. E. Locqnet, a cotton.bu. er of CaromleM street. Or Sunday last, Mr. Hiriat's article in the Delta winidtl up with some stinffinir cordrover* I sial remarks, which drew forth a challenge from Mr L. Placide Caironge, th* operatic critic of the Louisiana Courier. At the same time, Mr Hinart received a challenge Irom Mr. Locquet; Whether from that geiitlcmiu's sympathy of leeling with Mr Cauonge, or otherwise, we are not well ennouh informed to stale. A few days since, the challenged party and Mr. Cauonge had their meeting at the Metairie ridge. They exchanged three shots with pistols, without harm on either side, though Jlr. Cauonge'» clothes were peilorated. Yesterday afternoon, as above staleii, Mr. Hirial had his meeting with M r . L-(k)Uet. The weapons were double-bairel shut guns loaded with mu«ket balls; the distance forty paces, At the fiist fire Mr. Locqnet teli morlaily wounded, arid expireil without breallimg a wont; Ins adversary's ball having peeved en* tirely ttirough Ins body, from hn left side to right. Mr Loquet's bullet struck ttie ground, and glancing up struck Mr Hiriart in the breast, stunning him violently and causing him to tall. The akin was not bioken, but Uie blow raised a large lump. Foi 8 um.no at Bennet8vhxs. —The Fee Dec (Cheraw, S. C.) Herald give« ua the following particular« concerning a aingti . *J . . >ar case ol poiauiimg. , ; yesterday a note from Beiiuetaville, eon taining the following _ ** ' T hr * e men ^ fe k ' lM h®re y«Mer«lay by «Oppo^l t° be ... whisky Jot... U. A.»».R'ime Graham «ml,John B Mc P** u,n wer ® 'he viotiw»« John C. re.rel lias been an es ed and odged in jail, encumstan* «'»I ev.deuce being very stro, g agan.rt him. , An.gher gentleman here ale> received a.let 'V ro ( ef Î ^ hold, and a verdict re. derol that the three T Ä " .VT? **"',* »»»r i b» m. nq..«u winch ..f...«,« W pro,*, in ,.u'.W, .1 T"" " " ° 0, * h * m * Dd "»P ''—« 1 J »»" a The Fostmaater at Cheraw received Th<* coricspoiulcuL ol the Boston Cou rier in speaking (if the Sickles affair, gives the following reflection« : Th« tragedy at Wasiiitigfon h«a been in all the voice* lo-dat .. B**)oud «II ottic tea'ure* ol thia cane is that terntde trull,, that where a man of fine imellect pnitirioaie* in *uclt a .. " " •» - — «»4. niiHSeil sueli aceiies caermt be—the ray wirii be in all the light ol tne l.i'ure. An an «»»»v «f *s«r railway« had, without fault of his owe, run the tremendous under hi» unotml over a hams« hemif. bony was removed bom the rail, death h«d .. .. ot th« circnms'ance». and the engineer ac» qui te«t, tne hmnic.hle was imt in him. Vet, a attei warn», thaï engiu**rr came to ,he So per inf undent and asked to resign hi* i*dare-**he eoold no* endure If any longer. -Why . 1 » y... „»» .-„d d«n*t j 'no one blame« y* e." **At», n aaid be, "I mast go. Every night I »m mi the r**«d. I see that man standing be lore the engine ' 1 power Ths a Astektcan Muniment in Ciba.—T he New Orleans Delta ment ions in a lung article devoted to the incidents uf tile terrible massacre ot Crittenden and his men, that two Aiueiican gentleman a Missourian and a Virginian, on a visit to the Island of Cuba, erected a little monument to their memory iu the fol lowing manner : Oor vis-tors, after surveying and in«perfing tilths peculiarities and objects ol luterest ol the locality, railed into their ot>un«el the driver of their volante, and from him ««renamed the ex.*ct »pot which Criltsmlen had fallen. The Missouri an removing hi* cloak di«clo*ed s neat marble monument, which he bail exe cuted in Hnvnmia ami inscr bed, ''Sacred lo the memory of Crittenden are* hi* gallant min* patriots " The two gentleman mixed brella, and under its cover proceeded to place The monument on the »pol indicated. Thi* was don* in lull view of the be itiuel on the walls ol Fort Atares. to lo J an urn A Slaver. —A despatch dated New York, March 15, says: Information ha» been received that the sla ver captured off Porto Rico «ome lim« in Feb ruary, was the bark Myst c, with over one thousand negroes ot- hoard. The captain, who wa* an American and owned th« vessel had a collision with ftie author itisl, and mail« hi« escape after having landed aearly all the negro«* at Humacna. \ Opium.—N inety years ago England exported toChina only twu hundred chest« ot opium. A tait« fr.r «pium-eating has been (tie oo"*e que tce, anti last year th« Urg« number ol 79, 30(1 chests were *«nt to that uatum. Th« u«e of the thug, on an average, send* a man to his grave in ten year*. In 1849, it w«a estimated that 400 009 death* annually took place from opium eating in China. Sends a man to hi« grave in ten year«! What a killing vice. Poisoned—W e learn with regret that aeveial members of Dr. H. H. Harris' family residing near this place were puis ned on Tuesday last, by a uegro woman, their cook. We have not heard the full puiticiilars ; what we could gather wa« in substance a« follow« : The negro, it seems, had become en raged with a young mau residing iu the family, who had diu«i i«ed her a few days previous. In order to be avenged, «tie procured a quantity of morphine from the Doctor'« medicine shelve«, und epread it ' 0 \ Cape on a piece ol meat, which was sent in to, the dmnor table. Ail ui the family eat The of it freely, though only three felt any - very serious effects from it. Mrs. Har IK «MRI the principal sufferer, and for many hours was iu a critical condition. The others were less seriously affected.— Fltn/4 bih m How. A V. Brows.-—'T he Now Atneri Or* can Cyclopedia, volume 8 , fiirnishea the er. following btief summitry of the life of or river. " Aaron Vail Brown was horn Angnnt 1 Afh 1893, in Binoswtck nontity, Va; gmduiitedaf of the University of North Carolina, at Chn|wl Hill, in Id 14: **ud»«Hsw, and r mi after com the me need practice, in Na«nville, Term. He was I I artner in tMMiliesc with the late Piesnlent Polk, until the Utter eitere-l upon his con» gre»* : o»»*l career: server! in almost all the se» same si'*'iiinf the Legislature of Tenne*«ee Itetween Irom 1821 ami 1*12; wa* a member of the Hou«e • f ■ Representatives In Congrse* ln*in «839 lo 1845; or and was in that year elee'ed Governor n*Ten* neasee. He was a delegate to the Soti'liern Convention held in Nashville in 1850, ami at submitted a report to that horlf, known three as the Tennessee Piriform. He was aUu side, a men her of the Convention of the Dem. ocra ic party at Baltimore in I«i2, to which Mr. he reoorted the platform adopted by them. In The 1838 became a member of Mr. Buchanan s cabinet, in which lie held (he otfi- e of Piwf. master General''up to the period of nis death. a en* to the Uie tire deceased Hfatcamnn: CAPrcRED, Tried, Convicted and Sen tenced.—T he iirgTo Henry, who mur* dori d W in. Walk in« in line pariah tw«v weeke since, wax captuml laet Sunday, and hnuij'ht t«j town and tried on Tuee* day, belorc Justices Harri« and Hillman and ten freeholdnra, agreeably to the pro vi«i«ni« of the Black Code. The miinier er wa« allowed to make hi« own «täte meut, and the rexult wa« a full confenaion of Um* horrid crime of which he atood ac cused. Fee the by U. Mc lias b» m The prosecution, on the part of the State, wa« conducted by H. 1) \Vagn ~ E«q The jury after retiring for a abort time, returned with a verdict of guiliy, and Judge Harris then pronounced the (sentence of death, decreeing the mur* derei to be hung on Friday 11 th, (which wa« yesterday) at the plantation where the deed was committed Since the above wa« written, we learn from D. L Morgau, Esq ,'Depu ty Sheriff, the 1 1 the negro was executed according to the terms of hi« sente II** remained obstinate and- unrelenting to the last. It was feared that tempt would be made by certain parties to wrest the negro trom the officer (Mr. Mi*rgaii) who had charge of bun. with a view of burning him at the «take, great was tlic feeling of indignation ugarnat the wretch ; but through the pru dent mam gement of Mr. Morgan, the fiat of the law wa« carried out inviolate — Lake Providence llerahi, blh. • >D, F. S. nert Mil Ht ■O all a a - ray an ac» a to hi* I be Democracy is Leake — The Democracy of Leake coun y held a conventmn a day <>r two ago, in which they declared their preference f**r Jame* Drane, id Chocta»v, f<r Governor •'obert Edwards wn* uo-fiina'ed f. r the Stale Senate, and R J Hall fur Ihs Hons-». |t nlw> declaied ils prelerem-e Im J. A. P. Campbell, lor Co -gré*».. Thi* Im*k8 like the,- ,ue gelling tired of HirkwUle!— Vi koburg Wing Wm in i pc they will let .Mr. Bark «dak ait'iic. lie is a talented und faithful rep resentative. FASHIONABLE GOODS FOR MEN! I j : E VRLY & LITTLE, MERCHANT 'TAILORS. 11 T 0ULD inform their friends ami the pub* V f lie, ttia* they imve received trom NEW YORK AND NEW ORLE 4NS, a splendid stock of C'loihs, Cassimeres, Drillings, Vtslings, he a ol lo and all kinds of good* «urtable for Spring and Summer wear. We have a fashionable Cutter, and are pre pare! to do woik promptly, sod in a style equal to any. We mvi«e our friends ami the public lo call and examine onr large sinck of new Gufkl*. Call at the s'ore recently occupied by Carnahan. mrti!9 EARLY A LITTLE. TOOL«! TOOLS!! TOOLS!!! J UST receiveit, a laige lot of Tools, of the fallowing deacriptitm, In wit : Jointers, xi-.gie and thiuble bdts ; Fore Plaue», »mgle and double bitt»; Jarfc SmKjtti Dni'oes asaorted aixex . Filister*. ** ** Match Plan**«, medium ard extra quality ; Raising " a »»of ted size* : Raboit 4 " " ^**h a medium and axira qualitv Sa*h Fdisters, ** *• * Scotia Planes, Moitire Guages, Cutting Paunel Slitting Bench Scree a tlo »• do d> do tt do do ■ i» \ 4« A* MASON'S. m. a. wii^sso^T - DEALERS IN Family Groce rie», Comer Church A Carrol fits. N hand and for sal ' j 0 »aid Hama, Colfi-c, Porter, Fick les, roaSlet, Fotatucs, Rainins, Kutuii-ga, Pipper, bacon, Sugar, Mofasees, Whisky, Oatoiis, Candy, Fruues, Spxc. \ ant Fowders, Cocoiiiuts, CLars, Broom* Cape Jeirearaifu Flour, ItarlS-ly Lard, Salt. Ale Preserve* Lurd Oil Nails Citron* Judigo Soda, Ca-vAxtoi Dried Beef, Tohacco Ware,. Axes h F igs, Tin and Wood Collitu' • M.G. WILSON. , 1039 a BERN HEIM ER & BRO. HEADY FUR L I H THE SPRING TRADE! WITH A ^ TCIIIftHlOUS SAOClt» The whole coimnimity is invited. - , i, -l- ii 6TVu - - - LAVjbK ALE nnd I I Dr. I PORTER, At ' THE SHADES" AocMdmm' .XT7 Annual Stateuieut Qf tk* rof+ùjn if the FIKKN1X INSURAJAr COMPAQ » . if JJnrtford, Conn.. <*» ikt 31*/ dag of Ihttmbtr, I h.MI, nut tit to the Auditor of /VimiwhI, fmrnwnt to Ikt Hat tat if that Stak, miältd 'An Act to nyuiatt Atftnttu of Foreign b.nnimct Compa rt**," uyyr.xtd Ja uurp 31. 18Ô7. I Th* »am« «f ihr C« «b, «kt I« tht "V' «nia to»nr«ott Company. «ixt I« |n Hirttord. t;..nn V. TU* »nvoafit *( U» captul »li eh I«.,...« il. Tli* »*i»Ont nf R» Capital »tn*X paid «p U . Nl'.MAi 00 4 f he *•*#(.• ol tu* Company arc *. £,|lo*i»: Ca-b «n h»»-l an t In Wank ..... f a.Ml 11 Ca»h In the han't of. ami da* from a/*iita.,■ the of Afh com- 1 was j con» se» • f ■ ami aUu In s .... "6.ITS 79 is* tot r 4,4M T1 lirai nUtiovnrd bjr ihs Con. p»ny UUiQcUOlbrrrd. coat .. Au t l»«n 4 nu mort«» a»! f ;t> 300 00 Amount loanrdon ,dw. 1 ^ • uf B»nk .. isa&o oo Bill» r*c«ir»bl» for scurr4 Iota* i:t.-e>> so «lock* ..... . «T.7I* 00 Far. M k t Vil, SO .b*r** IT B. Tru tCo.nto.-k. N. Y $>.uWl $4.700 t-o 'AIO " American Es B'k »luck, "H 30V '* Metro|M>|itnn Nnnk moek, " 200 ' llAnk of (,'omroerc* »teck, " ®n " Merch'in'.s' »*. B'k »t«K-k. " ISO *• CoiHintn'tl Bank «lock. •* 282 " Mrchani«-' Hint -lock. " 100 Ocean Bank mock. )0S * Phanix Bank atock. 200 u 1'hern 1 1 Bank .tock. Hartford 2U.UC0 20.200 00 200 *' M*r and Man 4 k atock. 2«<0 ' Aetna Bank »tock. ISO " Mercantile bank «lock, •* 110 Stat* Bank atock, 1'A " C'it.v Bunk atock. Ä0 " r»rmer' and Mechanic»b k " 24 " Hartford Bank «lock. So " .Tona*eticut Hirer bank " 10 ** Hartford County t>ank *t k *• to " I'lUisn«' Bank »tock. Wat*rburr, S.Cf« S.sso «0 .7* " Waterhur,* h'k «lock. Bank »tock. 2" <d)0 21 A* 00 24 000 22.4. 0 00 20 000 20 TOO <X> Io n« 10.40U ou 1.S.0U0 1.S.0O» 00 7,040 » Jsv so 4 .000 4.S40 00 2.10U Î .104 00 I» 2»>,000 21.2«*) 00 20,0110 21 000 00 ■ 14.(00 14 240 00 - iesoÜ 12 no "A* 0 S1SU (0 2UB l.aoo f>o 2.400 3.1.1 «0 .'A* I .'HA) (Ml ac 1 son 2 «14 SO 4 - Stafford 20 Wrtor het.d« of th* town of N*v Britain. Conn....Ti^l 4<Q 412 HO .... 10.000 10,40« 0« 10 C F. a I. R. R bond», (narautrod .10.000 7.'00 CO Aecaniulatod int*r*»t on int *itm*ot( ...21.367 6S Total ana* ta...... TLa linbiliti«» of tho Company nr# aa follow»: 6 Tka amount of ItoUlliti*« da# or not 4aa to Bank* and otbor creditor», bob*. fl. Lo**** a<tju»t*d and dn*. non*. 7. Lo*ae* adju»t-d and not da* S Lo«**» unai«ju»Ud. .... «.341 tW «. Loaa** uuadju«t*d and waiting fwrtbar pr*of 18.474 00 10. All othar claim* agaiaat tho C«>. .ft19.o*4 M ~ — $3, «37 (0 >D, a boat. 1.000 CO ToUl l.imbillti**». .... 831 343 SO It. The rr*at#»t »m.,uut lasar*4 in »n_T on* risk. *x> *pt la a f*w »poclal f»*»a. in $4000 12- 1 b* amooal larai *4 in aajr »a* eity, town or vill»(» la lodclloiio. ilfpeudinf i|m» it, sire and how built 13 Th* »m mut in.ursxl in»»y ob* block depends upon It» »is**nd eoB-trortloB.aabjoet to sl«rs rules 14 Certified ropy of Charter. »» Sled in March. 1847. II. KILUMH>,S*<rcUry. BmroiD. February 23, 184«. THoFtaU of Connecticut. Hartford County Peraoually appeared. II. Kellosy. N*cr*tary of the Phw nix In»uranr* Oompany.and mad*oath that th* foregoing n.x m».ranr* Uompany .and -.4* oath that th. loregoiug atatement by hiia »ubarrtbo-l. 1» tra*. according to hie beat knowledge and hell»f. B*ior*m*. , HORACE CORNWALL. of th* F*ac*. Thafftat* of Mia*i«aippi.Claiborn* County. T, Jsass A (lag*. Clark oi th* Froi>at* eourt in and tor -aid count», certify that « Ulinm B Fulkeraon. agent for the I'hoF-ii t In uraiue C«ro|Uhn* of Hartfurd Conner ticot, lia» «let iu my office a itatemont nf the condition of »aid Com auy. as required by law: al-o. the certificat* of Mad i-on Mrhfe*. Auditor of Public Account» of th* «täte of Mis»i-»ippi, c*rt»fyirg that »aid Companr ha. complied with the act «ntitled 'an act to r*i(uUt» agencies of for eign in-uranc* mm pan ism Oi»en «hilft my band and »eai nf office at Po:t (lib run. I Ui» 8th day of March. 180« recht 1 (14 wjw ■O L 8 J. A 0A0E, Clerk. 70th Semi-Annual Statement (»F THK ÆTNA INSURANCE COMPANY, HARTFORD, CONN. of INCORPORATED, ISIS. CASH CAPITAL. $1.000,0* > ASSETS, JANCAHT 1. 184«. CilAKTKR PKEPETCn.. Ca»b in kau4 A lu b»n*. with acrm*4 int*r**t. |.'*ffi.lS0 SI Cndi In th* hand« of ag«nt«and in trnn.it. 1*1,313 12 C 8 Tron.'irjr Not*».4^ and 6 c*nt, nnd nc cruwt int*r*«t .m Si. (Jitit*d Stnt*» -tock, 4 p#r ccut int*i*«t 10 >tnt* of T*nn*««** 6 - - 10 Stot* if Kentneky 0 " •• tv «tat* nf Mia ouri 11 »tat* of N*w York 6 »Sut* of Obi* 24 5tnt* nfO tto R»*l *«t»t* uniBcnniWtrd. in Il»itf«rd Clncin ST 602 12 62 J7i b© ».I00 no M.200 <K) 4 i.AOO 00 to Old) 0 B l**o .o ik o 00 11*0 20.400 uo - * « au» th*corr, Mny * D .i p L»r*dVr»• r tg ^ Bill»'i««*i*nhl*.ninplv a**ur*d. 48.044 *7 44 m»rtc*g* bnnd-. at 7 p*r e*i>t int*ro»t_ 44.0C0 00 2* mnrtx»«* bond», at 8 - •* _2V00 00 Z> Jan* r city W «ter bond».«t « p*r »nt int . 25 iv« 00 30 Hartford city 44 • SOOlM 00 10 Brnoklin eltr *• * *• , 10.t0B Ou 2» R(>ch*»t*rcily u ' ? 2>,t<00 00 6 Milwauk»» city " 10 '• i,oo0 00 1 I'uhuqu* citr " lu •* 110 00 I .400 »h»r*. n»r«f«rd and N IUt*it K R »tock. *0 000 00 j 107 '* Hoatnn A W<«rco»t*r rnilrond «lock ... 18.272 t© : 2W* u Connecticut Ki*»c r»iii»ad »tock. 12.'00 OU 40 ' Connccrieut ri»*r company »tnck. 12 « ou • 4 Citircn« Bunk -tock. W»t*rimry. 4 240 10 •• Ft nord bank »tack,Stafford i.iring«... 5 240 00 :$« " Eagtobtuk atock. Prntiitonr*. ... 1.472 00 " Mechanic» k Trudor.' bunk, J*r»*r * it e 1.400 00 Btot* <>f \li«w.url b'k »t ck St. Lnui».'. 2,..*«o 00 0lh»r mi»c*ltnn*i,«. ini*»tarruia .. 40 ..u ft* * ■ BN » 11 ARTF0ND banks. 200 u Phénix bank »tn< k .... 4110 * Varner* and Mochamc»' SO .ia-O 00 45.« « 00 13.44» 00 ?SiUB) 0 11.400 »I 6.400 00 V.«t« 10 r«.460 On lo^no I« lu. 600 00 " Exchaux» " Slated. - 240 m X 7 «ft *• County. Connectieat Ritti «•4 - Il.ntr rd... ' ' ïèeJt Oak . t» and Mau*tortar»r< 100 ; 100 *• Mm.... 10.400 oo NEW YORK BANK. STUCK. 20ft u Merchant«' Exrhaag* bank at«*k 200 " North Rirer. 1200 •* Machanie*' . 200 u North America................. I' .400 00 10.000 I 0 se.ots oo 2», 400 «0 30.000 00 34.210 00 27.000 00 ■ N a« -au M A m.-i laa " nroad*a, ... *• P*#pl*'x ............... 200 « Republic. 100 ^ Citj. 400 - Union. 100 4 ll»nor*r.. 100 " Commonwealth........ 400 - Phanix.. 400 *' Manhattan... 300 ** V*w York.77.. 200 " Market. 400 Or*an . 1 Metropolitan ... Batcher»A Drarera' .... 300 " Importer* and Tradin' . American Exchange ... »30 *• Marchant«' . too " United Statea Truit Com 140 " Now York Lilt In» and 800 M M I 21.400 00 12.200 00 22 4-0 00 * »00 00 10.000 00 11.20ft 00 H sss H Ni. 000 00 22 000 00 » «ou oo 4««. «4 40ft 00 MM 2i. «00 00 33.800 00 42.400 00 44,100 OO 1 .300 00 24.740 00 ■ 4-0 P»ny.... Tragt Co Total A »wit» .. .$ 1,867,020 OS Th* amnuat of lixMliti*« da* or a*t do# to baak» or <>th*r crodilvr« ....... Lo»»*« ad ja »tad *n<i da* ... adja»t*d and outdo* Lo»«*» unadja«t4hl in iu»p«n»*, waitiof farther proof, or coata*t*d .^^^ffi . Noa* . Nom. 120 013 34 .10MB Total ItoMHtW. _$li0.U7# 44 THOMAS K BRACE, Ja. SocreUr/. Hartford, January I, 1840. Th* «tat* of Connecticut. Hartftird Co on tv— •» P*r--aall/ appear'd befnr* m*,a Ju»t'<c* of th* I'oac* duly qaalifi*.', to adninbtor oatha, Tbnrea« K. Btac*. Jr. •oerotarv. and mad* vltnn nath that Lx* for*g»inf »tat* ra*nt of th* a***t. aud coaditioa of tha .K na In»uranca HENRY FOWLER. J antic* af th* Pome* Th* «tat* of Mi*ai«aippi. Claiborne Coaatr— >«. I. Jam*« A Oaf*. Clark of th* Prohat« Coard la aod tor »aid county h*r*hj certify tha. William B Fa!k*r**a, Z«<].. Ap- nt nf th« Etna lafitraac* Company of llaitford. Coonociioat. ha* filed in mr office a »tateuent of th* con dition of -aid Company a» roqairod by law; al-e. th* cer tificate of Ma-ti»on McAfee. Im . Aaditnr of Public Ac* coaata of th* «tat* of Mi xiaaippi. cerfifyinp that »aid Comp-»nr hai complied aith an act enUtlad an act to regulate »fencie« of fnreifu io.aranc* compatit*» " Giveo under rev band and »eal of offieo at Port Oib *nn. thi* 8th day - f March, 1869 1 Company U true Hartford. Jan 1. 1*4«. L S. meh1ld&w3w __ _J A OAOK. Clark. Attention ( ompanj Î ! ^THF. t'orl (»it^on Rifle Company a e roquesicd I to m-n t at Armory on Saturday morn sc, 19th March, l8-'>9 at « o'clock, A. M, by order of »be Commandant. 8AMUEL FAVERS. Ord. Sejg't. ■ ABILTON ItlNfie n. I». Homeeop&thifit H V8 Incatt-d at Port Gibson, and may b* found i at all honr* at the Washington Hotel, rx- f ceptiug when he is rc^pondhig to professional ^ \\ Rs*KBSNr-s— r>» p. X. W. Davi*. Natciira ; I Dr. J. p. I arker, P*» t GiUon ; Dr. W. II. Hob ;*<£«**•** CrA - K**'' 1 T ÿ,.Ae mmumtwm . m^mm^mu^nrnm BY STATE AIJTIIOKITY. i of 1 00 j TO tower mi r r T1 i « 00 t-o 00 I 00 ] 00 <X> ou j 00 so 00 00 vkinfut ro I, t FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY (CHARTER rrRfKTtAl.) ) Cash Ctpitwl,-.-1200,000.00 Cash Assets,-p• -->*- |4l9,t»4.«6 S L. LOOÄIISi PiuicuT, H, KELLOGG Svrjftgrj^.' 00 00 00 no 1 Br * och 0mtm ' 51 * n * 53 w * M vt.. Cineiaeati, 0. (0 f>o «0 (Ml M, MAGILL General Arent. Agents io th* prmcLfHtl Ö ties sn4 Towns et the t'nien. Low »promptly paid. Apphca'loun nctiv* d anti policies I»m. »I «n'd rrovttid 4iy w. U. IT UiKJtSDK Agent, Port Iriloou, Mise. *. SO HO a»rh5 Jud^f* Firaf Jiulirinl Dlxtrirt. Wr a r* nulhor>«<d to anuouncr the lion. Ill RA« CAHSIDY, of Prnaklin county, nn n candi dat« for Juilge Of Ihn First Judicial Di trie*, eomp«*<d of the couutie* of C4silM*rne, J. ffer *ou. Adam*. Franklin, Wilktoswa and Amite. Election 21 at March. A We sre authorised to announce Mr ! 8 AA*T D. STAMPS, of Wilkiuaun ' coaiitjr., a* * candi date for Judge of the Fir»* Judicial PUtrict. e«m pn»«d nf Ike rountivs af Clt.ltoru*-. J*-ger*x*»t, Adam».Fr«nkIin, Wilkiaaon sad Amite. Eleetin« 21 *t Maivb. Wb ar*- authorised U Announce H«n. ROliKKT DUNCAN, of Jffferaon combi y.'a* » r-tudidAU for Judife «f the Firat Judicial DietrKi. eompo*«4 of thecounliea of Claiborne. Jeff- mon. Adam», Franklin, Wilkinaou mud Amite. EU-ctioa 2 l*t ini • ' — March. f ; We 111 authorised t© announce Mr. L. K BAR nt-p .» .. ... , , , ™W*. Ol »* ilkiBsol), M | candidate tor Judge of ibe First Judicial Dietrrct. cianpom-d of the comb Uv * nl Claiboru«, Jefleraou, Adana Franklin, Amite arid Wllkiuaon. Election 21st March. "THE frHADEN," HOUSE OF ENTERTAINMENT » MAIS ffTKRET. PORTjGJBSON. MISS J. G. HASTINGS, Agent. A Dinner T1 T ILL l.e s**t daily at 1 o'clock during the •*« V v »io« of lb* Court. A1 m>, meala furoiahed when called for at mar 17 'THE SHADES Lag or Beer, P 0 RTBR AND ALB, tt /■ ' •AT msrlT 'THE SHADES." ICE! ICKI! ICeTi! F .9 M IL ! E St SUPPLIED TUE SHADES Contre*» Mafor, AT MrhI7 AT trur!r "THE SHADES* Mint ». uie|>*, WINK COBLKRtJ, JACKSON PUNCHES, RED ROVERS, At'THESHADESr Fort Gfthsms Division N» 8,8. of T M KFTS At Odd Ft-llown' IJw.ll ewry evt nitig ai 7 o'clock : ihfirtrt for tht Prurht Quarter.— R' B F. W 1* . J..»,« Wail*. W. A-, J. L. Foot« R.m| E. B. Hoop*«. A. R S.; J. A. Itenn. F 8.; J.WÊÈ Gray. Chuplaiu; Wm. T. Morria, T.; J >ha i>e|» rah. C.: ÜU0C4II R. 1'ont-y, A. C.; A. S. ■ f % * * mar !7 Vn4*m f S.; Wm. -Dorr. (V S._ A YRE"X Cherry Pectoral?for aai* hy f*017 J. U KINO M Get your Disssser AT •THE SHAH! E. BARBAROUX. (Baer »»'«r» I# Barbar#«« A P*#wd*«J j II 1 tlraulic Foundry A Mae Mac! coin» »Lot# «a» v«»at*«Ta* min»,: , ' LO (Ns VILLS, A' M ANUVaHtBIB afutlaaarr Ba,i Clrcalar Saw Mill» * i, - twa are «■ Jant-dAar \ d*-ir*<l *»rr*nt»d «A* 4* t; parUhl* ffin*x from torn- to tw*ut/ . „ >w*; Kill BriH fh*«t Iron. Copper and K r ,.. Work: Cn«t «■ ' Iron î*cr»w Pip*, tor d«*. Steam »nd 7fAl#r; V*rrf \ Lift Pump« of eailoa* kind« and ai*a»; a»l and V<««V Iran Railing. Tahnera «craw, and Pra.aa», Lard. Timl and Mill Screws Railroad Cor Wheel« and atker Catoti tor Railroad* ' ' janl ») \ D IRECT frreh from Fall City, new Sugar curvd Hams, also plain Hrme, Sausage« xu4 JrL3 ,r hour grout. BKTHKA. -! Jast Received, ' J kbl*. Me*« Pork; 2 Cask* (J retro aid««, 5 bbU. Onion*. & 10 d-cl9 W. B. FULKEILfON. ] Huch wheat ftiirh wheat ! ' TT8T from Now York, by *# SO box*« frtub Buekwht-at. »hip Sam'l Adam*.' d(13f - ' J. 9. MAHOH. 1 ?L%M*»:i.N.-Raror Plaaa*l IM r*» -wid*. ander«, ry »arioty of width* and •«!«*. to* *»to h* ••PM_ ,JIJ|PtWW|TUM 4 BBS L'Lom.-so ÖST^II 1 ju»t received and for rale hy jualS CM i Harriaee" Floor, «te» W. B. FLT.KHKSON. E. J. II AKT Sl CO. ^ WnOI.ESALZ KCAI.kk* IN Uquor*,WiBes,T«ba«to,T»a,Cl|sn t I AXB AU. KINtM OP Groceries, Cbemcials, Drags, Qairnte, so. 77 à 19 TCKot rrrmn* *r., NKW ORLEANS. LA. SPARKLING CATAWBA AND f |( H f 1 Rodnev. Jan 18 tMffi. . • janl* W * fotoS* : At 'THE SHADE*.»* At M ».anxi « L Spri*f Ti SACKS of Sprjn r f)*t* fur *ale 1 _ *•'; BROUGHTON 4 ha ( (ftMRiffiun. I BBLS, HarrH*«FfeHto'. Ilffirri c r - I ■ -, j ..-4 J ?. f s . -ü,: :f;. £'