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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 9, 1849, Alton, Illinois                                1 for money out of the Treasury U PUBLISHED EVERY AT BY BAILHACHE 00 1 00 For each SO A liberal deduction matlo to yearly V corner of Third and Philadelphia and al his different offices In Now Baltimore anil authorized to receive Advortlicmenti Intended for Insertion In ihli mitonand also to act as our general Agent any matter connected with our ADVERTISING SHERIFFS SAfcES The following judicious upon Ihe omission of Ihe last Legislature o pass the Introduced early tn the In rela tion to notloes of sales by the are extracted from a recent number of the Peo rfa We cannot conceive of any sub sfantlal objection to the bill In That both creditor would bo greatly benefited by It seems lo us very clear and aa to the we doubt much whether It would be at all greater publicity hereby given to Ihe sales afford Ing a reasonable certainty that Ihe property offered would be at a fair and thus reduce the expense insepa rable from With regard to the rifling which the newspaper press might derive from the publication of those we be lieve it would hear no comparison with thai which would result lo the parlies immedi otely The charge for advert which should be at he rate of so much for every twenty or any other num her deemed more would no probably exceed two dollars Tor each sale and might fall much below thai sum and as none need be except when rea estate is the annual profits to Ih printer would we are hal cover the expense lo which he is subjected by he numerous publications which adispo sition to oblige his him lo insert We might pur sue the subject far her but this willsulTic for tho We deeply regret that the bill making an alteration in Ihe mode of advertising Sher did not become a It was in troduced in he early part of tho and on a vote being was defeated by a small The propriety of the adoption of the law had been urged by almost every paper it Ihe and given that should have satisfied the minds of alt who do not desire to increase the burdens of the unfbrlunati debtor nnd give a wider field to Iho graining enterprise of lhe callptin Bui we are sorrylo understand lhat the tinlver sal demand of the public press Tor his re furnished its opponents wilh an argu ment to onpoae They became alarme for fear tho printers should make n few pul try dollars from tho an judging the Editors by a standard which w have no doubt might be safely applied to majnrily of those who opposed lhe the voted It We can tell those who ho neslly entertained such an Idea if any o them are so that we do not betlev that the advantages of tho advertfuemen entered Into the minds of any of the Etlfloi who advocated the Why shoul they advocate U from such a motive It lo would be trifling com pared to the emoluments which are now de lived by public officers from S lien TV sale and certainly not of sufficient importance induce them to lake the unworthy cours which been attributed lo them in th We believe that every Editor I the Stale who spoke in favor of the me a did so from an honest conviction th the change in the manner of advorHsin Sheriffs would inure to the benefit the debtor and it lit insulting for Ihnse me of brief to place n different coi Kruction upon Iho motives of I ho condu tors of the public They may live learn that he presses of the Slate have ot er duties to beside enhancing 11 relation 6 enacts that Ihe Secretary of the terlor shall exercise tho supervisory and tpellalo pow era now exercised by the Sec tary of the acts of e Commissioner of Indian 6 enacts that the trra tailor all the supervisory id appellate powers now exercised by tho ecrelarles of War and relative to e acls of the Commissioner of 7 enacts that tho Secretary of the teiicr shall exercise all the supervisory nd appellate now exercised by the Secretary of in relation lo all acts of larstmls and others in faking and reluming e census of the United 8 enacts that the supervisory and lellate powers now exercised by the Secro ry of the Treasury over the lead and oth r mines of the United and over the ccounts of the agents shall be ex by the Secretary of he 9 enacts that tbo supervisory and ap ellate powers now exercised by the Presi entof Ihe United Slates over the oner of tho Public nhall be ex cised by the Secretary of Ihe 10 gives the Secretary of the Inter r control over tho Board ofInspectors and rYarden of Ihe Penitentiary of the District f 11 the Secretary of tho nterior to employ a Chief Clerk at B iala of and authorizes Ihe President o transfer such Clerks from the various do arlments as perform the duties devolving n the new Department lo that 12 creates anew officer attached to 10 Treasury to bo called tho Commissioner of who shall per orm all tho and exerclno nil the pow rs now devolved by law on the first Comp roller of Ihe relating to Ihe re eipts from customs nnd the accounts of col ectors and oilier officers of the r connected who shall receive 10 same salary as the first Auditor of the and bold his office by he same enure the Secretary of he Treasury to ppoint a Chief Clerk for this now t a salary of and transfer sucl llerks as may be 13 enacts that an officer shall be ap lolnted to the Treasury by the to be called the Assistant Sucre ary of ho with a salary of who shall examine all nd prepared for the signature of he and who shall perform all nch other duties as may be devolved upon lim It also provides for the appointment ol a at a salary of to the aid assistant 14 authorizes tho transfer of a Mes enger from the office ofthe first Gomplroll to the office of Ihe Commissioner of Cus and such portion of the contingent u nd of the Comptroller an may bo that the Secretary ho Treasury ransfer one of his Messengers to tho office of tie Secretary of tho as also such lorlion of the contingent fund as may be 15 provides that nothing In this act hall bo so construed as to affect or impair any of the powers or duties de on he Secretary ofthe n relalion to Ihe safe or disbursement of public the Importance of retaining and the rea sons for considering this regiment as the key of the whole operations and which resulted ftwlly In glorhmi victory Well Tho 3d hidianareglment retreated by order of Its obliged to re treat from that It had then lost i near a quarter of Was that any evidence of cowardice on tho part of the company officers and men The first mili tary fault by the men tn that they felt it In e letting aa their as is frequently the a mnn who may have been a very good citizen at home one they hoped and tvpro ted wouldbe very kind and indulgent o hem in and no doubt was so but good for nothing as a protector or Their second or mis bo consisted In continuing their flight instead of halting and rallying on Ihe fust suitable By that flight the whole plateau to Ihe left ofthe Sd Illinois about a half a mile lo tho was tho enemy firing upon that umn trembled as H slacken ed In and finally broke In confusion and rolling back in tumultuous retreat upon Ihe the djvtiloa Invol ved in inextricable confuitoiiy and In disor der left lie field1 Thus was the lido of bat te turned on lhat eventful nnJ lent than talf a full regiment in numbers defeated len housand of he flower of Santa Annas ar and that loo when enemy were rushing In flushed with and encour aged by the flight of one saving ho credit of our and the lives of the thousands who stood therewith and approaching ring up in targe evidently with an with the chance in Its then turn Us left gain Its and thus effect its Seeing this foreseeing the inevitable de struction of tho regiment by capture or in a very few minutes that tho main plateau must be held by that regiment as till others then In night approaching i should assist their which sparkle like djaa There It none that rrqulrcs a ni mo ml i along the pathway of human A sounder n more con In traits like there is ft moral hero slant a quicker or a Isin which marks the pure gold of human or the battle would bo irretrievably the staff officer took upon Wool being still engaged at the and Gen Taylor not yet arrived on tho responsibility of moving that regiment to the and placing near Its first on the verge of n so first pt that In o enemy would RATES OF For tho Information of those wishing to correspond with their friends on tho werepublish below Ihe 7lh section of the act of Congress lo establish certain post approved March which pre scribes the rales of postage on letters lo or Torn that distant part of our We takethli occasion to under Ihe now postal loiters lo or from or are charged 24 whether prepaid or not for which sum they are transmitted to Iheii respective places of destination without ad ditional That the Postmaster General and he Is authorized lo establish a post of fie 11 and appoint a deputy Postmaster at As and such other places on Ihe coatt of the within Ihe territory of the Uni ted aa the public interest may ro quire that all letters conveyed to or fron Uhngrus shall be charged with twenty cent not bo o gain its Yet the movement wns a hazardous one a re treat movement Is always more or lens dan even with veteran In thin instance the regiment had been but a few months in and men had never been in not even in a skir mish and had juit then witnessed he flight of another till then Us left hand In a panic and when faced it would see lhat regiment running from the field the panic was likely lo be But he resolved lo save he and hoped thereby to savr tho bat tle failing he would lose but his own char Ho directed BisselKo retire with his regiment and lake another and a better po contiguous to and on tho right of a light This order was given when the regiment was receiving a heavy and killing fire from tho advancing and many of Us members had But the order was executed with cool precision anil steadine and after marching about two hundred yards in It was halted by word of faced and resumed the anil not a man was out of nor out of alignemenl and all he while under a destructive By his firmness and good which was witnessed by many persons with he most interne the regiment and its gallant command earned arnd received great praise and satisfied and relieved the anxiety of him who gave the order held the position till reinforced and thereby opportunity was af forded fur much more ami like hnrd by lhat and other regiments during ho and before Ihe victory wns finally But we have been by one who was the mlnutim of this which it was as a matter of within the subject of letter to When the aid on who was Churchill gave Dissell the order to re the Indiana regiment was in rapid in rear of scattered over a half mile of each man evidently thinking the battle and trying to save hi ins ting tin nd as soon as Blusella men should postage and all letters conveyed to or from NEW We are Indebted to Ihe Missouri Repub lican for the following abstract of the bill to establish the Department of Ihe reported to the House of Representatives the 14th by from Ihe Ways and and order ed to be engrossed for a third reading by a large It Is based on other place on Ihe Pacific within Ihe eriilory of the United shall pay for y cents a recommen Nation given In Ihe lait annual Report of Hie Secretary of Ihe and we chiefly prepared by that officer wi probably become a law of ho Section 1 creates a new ExecuIIve Do fiarUnentof tho lo be called which De arfmenf lhe head of lary of the who shall be appoint r u lhe gftmo foryi hold hit 0mco by lhe same tenure as the Secretaries pf Ihe other Executive 3 directs that the Secretary of the Inferior shall exercise and perform all the in regard lo the ofllce of Commissioner Patents now exercised by Iho Secretary of Male and the said Secretary of Iho In lorlor shall sign all rfquiiillons for Iho ad vanpe or payment of money out of tho Trea sury on estimates or tubiect lo the same adjustment or control now exercised pn similar estimates or accounts by the First or Fifth Auditoi and Pirit Comptroller of lhe 3 enacts that the Secretary ofthe luletlor ihall perform all the duties in rela tion to the General Land Offlce DOW by the Secretary of the Treasury RiKltbBiald Secretary of Ihe Interior shall all requisitions for Ihe advance or pay yentof money out of the on es Ol approved or certified by fice gf Ulfl aenwal Of 4 enacts lhat tho aupervliory power id by Ihe Secretary ofthe Trea ury k ti Rnl otner accounts of the Marshal of the Courts k ti the United shall be exercised by Ihe becieUr of Ihe wlioehall sign al BISSELLS RETREAT AT BUENA The following article was written early last butlhe warm political canvasi kept it crowded out of our al though it may not seem so appropriate and although In his history of the battle of published since this was has given a fair account of this masterly yet as we have nnt seen his workj and probably but few of our readers ever would get to see and as il is never oo late to do justice under such we choose to publish this just as It was written al Ihe time Ihe items were given to A great deal has been said about tho glo rious conduct of our various volunteer regi ments at arid under all Ihe cir cumstances we can even excuse Ihe rather hasty and somewhat too long continued re treat of Ihe 3d Indiana we do that foul by has been done our own brave Illinolans ivho were They performed prodigies of valor that day and whilst such oftneni Pike and who scarcely fleshed their swords or smellod powder have been be faced to fall these flying men would be in full and of ho panto they were must nalurnlly influence oven those ivho Six thousand Mexican in Inn were untir ing down upon thiff devoted in steady advance by column In front nnd availing them within point blank dis uith a steady hail storm of Iron and lead thousand cavalry were looming up behind these columns of wait ing for a favorable moment at he least sign of wave ting an our to charge and com plete the work of ofartillery were thundering upon them heir death messengers of grope and cnnN leafing thfougli their ranks like a hall storm nf and they seemed to stand exposed o nil concentrated determined on their To the Bisscll replied I am not ready to retreat his regiment continued returning the fire of lhe In a few moments the Colonel Crane firing shoulderannul1 dress The Mex ican fire was unabated and then for at least two did lhat noble body of men stand under and raking Communicated Tor lue Louis CLEMENT BY The subject of thin sketch was born In the Slate of early lit the year of At a very early age he showed signs of a disposition approximating to that of the celebrated hunter Daniel Boone and the wild country In which hu at this time gave him ample soope for the exercise of his Wo are informed that before he had arrived at tho age of there was notan extensive forest or mountain within fifly miles of the residence of his lhat he bad not thoroughly traversed In search of accompanied by a faithful dog It must be recollected that at this he whole of Western Virginia and a large lorlirm of was an almost unbro ten and a person might travel or many consecutive along the foot of the Blue withoutmeeling wilh asin gle permanent settlement of when this is taken into It ilbits a fondness for daring and wild adven ture scarcely paralleled by the great first settler of In his hunt ing excursions he frequently came In lact wilh the fierce wild beasts that former ly inhabited and yet Inhab tho mountain districts of the above men tioned when a combat of ntratagem and cunning would in which ow ing to his knowledge of their com bined with great quickness of and usually came ofTvlc though sometimes narrowly esca ping with hit Tho writer nf this has heard him narrate some of with thrilling When tho subject of ournarration arrived at the age of lit left the paternal and went to reside in where he applied himself to agricultural piior to his entry Into Ihe service of his It was here that he became ac quainted with Daniel who took a great interest in him on account of phys ical an advantage which Morgan in hii young days considered tho highest gift nature could bestow which may be at tributed perhaps to hfo extraordinary love of pugilistic It was generally ad mitted In he that Morgan was the champion of that part of the coiin and Jhosc that were conversant vvitl his were of the opinion lhat there was not an individual in the State that couli compete with him in that art but after the appearance of otir hero in tho h was compelled to acknowledge himself ae cnnd For this is no often Ihe witfr rivals a frlendshi sprung up between them ivhlch continued IL 3urn with unabated vigor until the end o their It was about the time hat th war of the Hevohilion broke out belweei England and her which was an appeal lo every true American to take u arms in defenseof his countrys A was to be Morgan wan lhe first I thai part of tho country to enroll his nam on the list of his countrys am he was given he command of a troop o raised In his own neighborhood Ede lin imitated the noble example of his friend and joined Il would be superfluous t recapitulate the glorious events that occur red in Ihe brilliant career ff Mnrgat It is enough lo say that his patrinthm an gallantry in the war that tiled mens xoiil have placed him nmnnc the immortal ba nf heroes who distinguished ihnnsclvev di ring that eventful Hi steadfas followed through all the v cUiitudes attendant on this unconiuionl perilous and was one of the brav band who faced Ihe arrowy blast on tho ha riotft of at the fall of that gallan Richard II rendeied signal service at tho capture o In the capacity of spy and sharj shooter and QUO of lhe number of II latter who were called out to perform th unpleasant but duty of piillii an end to the usefulness of the bravo at accomplished of he Bnlu on the bloody field of Thin as every one conversn with lhe history of the Revolution know Business called me to the United States Land there wailing Ihe Eletlon of my a lad apparently a out 10 or I7y cars old came and presin ted to the Receiver a certificate of purchase of forty acres of I was struck with tho countenance and general appearance of the and Inquired of him for whom he was purchasing he land the reply for I then Inquired where he got the money He earned II by my said you richly de serve the I then where did you come from Now said Feeling an increased desire Ib know some thing more of Ihia I asked him wheth lio had any and they llv on his he took a and ve the following narrative lam from New York there Ing a mother arid five brothers and am the oldest Father Is a nking and often would return home m his days work and not a cent his pocket to buy food for Iho er A churlish temper could never aucceed as an Editor nor a narrowminded nor an ignorant nor a hasty nor an unforgiving An Editor muit of necessity turn himself tnsideout to the pub lie he cannot be a hypocrite any more than a husband can be a hypocrite to his He must expose himself in all lhat he as much in sclenting the thoughts of as In publishing hia and the better way for him In the outset is to begin to save himself from after contradictions and Whosoever succeeds tole rably well as an Is something more than an ordinary let his contempora ries nay or think of him as they reaping the itellon pc rewards and praises of victory those men who bore the brunt of the anil stood undaunted on Ihe plateaus and in Ihe ravines of that field against a force sometimes numerically as ten to one against are almost A juil and im partial account of that day will show lhat lo Iho two regiments from Illinois Is due tiie honor of that great victory if not certainly to a greater extent lhan lo any oth er regiments or of our army on that As proof that we claim not loo much we wilt give an Instance ofthe de and moral exhibited by Ihe arid men of Ihe 9t regiment under which we have not seen in print and in print have never seen excell in a letter to the lion thus dcicrlbcs the fire of artillery and with an over whelming force of infantry and cavalry ad vancing upon and un without firing a Nof a man moved while their Colonels pyo ran along the line to see if any eye facel drcssl they moved otr in common quick and the regiment commenced its retreat un der circumstances which never failed before in the history of In causing a ho Mexicans considered themselves cetlain of victory nud with and on came this hpleudid body of ging down in their green and their plumus and their lances gleaming In the with their thousand gay stream era catching Ihe glistening as every breath of air fluttered hem like Ihe glittering leaves of a fairy upon lhat apparently devoted body of Two hundred yards quickly men reached tho ttpot designed for them tn Tho Ian ocrs were preparing for the last which was to hurl our brave fellows into Ihe ravine in front of Coolly and calmly as If on did those Suckers obey Ihe commands while the thunder of squadron after squadron on Ihe slope they had just left told lhat tho enemy was upon They could not see but they could hear their horses the jingle of and he clatter of tbo Inspiriting charge of the bugle and Ihe vivai1 of the as they rushed on tn the seemingly eaiy no doubt many a heart and many an eye glanced involuntarily It Is a fearful thing toknow that an enemy Is upon your back but not a nimcle About face commence firing and a volley of muskel ry rolled out upon those huzzaing cavaliers which silenced their cheers and as column and rank went down before lhat deadly and steady as heir numbers lessened prove the history of the Revolution id and ho main pro prop of t host of fell under the fire of the merican The next great field of exploits WAS the where Morgan was ordered assist in cheeking the progress of Ihe int ders In lhat Tho principal ba tie ho was engaged In was lhat of I where the Marylanders of How ards and in Iho whnlo Ame CHI bore themselves so Our hero was promoted in consideration his valuable in confli It is said that at this battle he was attack by a gaudily dressed British officer In li who tingled him out a fit mi jecl nn whom to show his prowess in a rebel but it proved his tail sword exe As he haughtily advanced nil prancing end raised tho glider o ball was sent thionqh his heart Ihe ilfie of his intended who th look possession of his enemys a joined In tho pursuit of tho British Many oilier Anecdotes are old of his A venturer during that memorable b ai we give but a sketch nf bh checker we shall not detain the reader them nt After Ihe surrender of Cornwall at Vor and tho consequent clore of the wa he married an estimable young a emigrated to Iho Western itide of tie Al ghany in where be r rnnined several yearn from whence ho r moved to Nelson and rosid here as he Iho country hecar too thickly nettled so ho came off lo t Pralrla in where he wen en bled by the liberal provision of Go ve mine lo put under cultivation a fine farm near I great Wabath on which he lived a enjoyed Ihe eileem and confidence nf neighbors until which lately to place at his at the age of nine1 five AN A gentleman In this city has furnished ving spent all his days earnings n Hqnoi th his drinking family d to depend chiefly on mother and myself bread this distressed mother and d a powerful effect on my Find father would not abstain from I lotvcd to make an effort In Home way lo iieve sisters and brothers from revolving things over In my ml nndconsulllng with I got all i In for million I could about the Far d slatted from home for Wisconsin with ree dollars In my I left from me on spending my three dol I worked occasionally a day and re wed my travel so long as money j labor and Ihe charitable eat ment I got on the I landed in Here I got an set to work and eared my land by the ved till I gathered fifty which ouey I now pay for this forty acres of my good for by Ibis tlmoI d became much Interested in his hat are you now going to do with this nd I will continue to work d earn when I Imve Fpare prepare some of my land for culture ise myself a log and when prepa will write father and brothers id to come to Wisconsin and en y this This land now bought by I design for my which will ire her from want In her declining Vhat said will yeir rto with your he continues to drink ardent spirits o ex ess when we get him on the nn ho will feel at will work al keen no liquor in tho and in lorl time he will be a sober I Ihen young being your prin pies BO I recommend you toim rove on and the blessing of God ill I shall not be surprised to hiar f your advancement o the highest post of onor in the such principle ns ou you are deserving of the noblest By this time tho Receiver handed him uplleate receipt for his forly acres of land from seat on leaving the e At last I have a homo for my moth GOOD John In his recent valedictory on retiring from the Editorial which lie had filled for 41 has the follow No man should be without a well ducted Newspaper he Is far behind the cplrit of Iho ago unless he reads one Is not upon equal footing with his fellow man who en joys such and is dtsregardful of duty to his in not affording them an opportunity of acquiring a knowledge of what is pasting In tho world at Ihe cheapest possible Show me a family with out a and I venture to say that there will be manifest in that family a want of amenity of manners and Indications of most strikingly in contrast with Ihe neighbor who allows himself such a ra tional Young men should read It I wore a oven of 12 I would read a newspa per though I had to work by torch light to earn Ihe money to pay for The boy who reads well will learn to think and and if no he will bo almost sure to make a man of bating vicious In which rending U calculated to bo get a dbtastc tha Clerk so appointed pro shall take Uio sam ami execute bonds like ttlitit securities anil penalty la the discretion7of tho And tho Clerk pro shall havOBll tho per form nil tha and be entitled to all the fees ami for the time ho may net as tbst tha regularly elected Clerk of said court would be bound to or bo entitled Every Clerk who shall refuse or going out of to deliver to his successor In nil every thing to said shall bo subject toln itlctment and on lino and tn he discretion of he court before which ho be tried ho fine shall not exceed ene thousand and tho imprisonment one The Clerk of ttic circuit court sKalVbe recorj Icr of shall perform all other duties now re quired of by tho county Recorder and If any Recor der now In shall or otherwise vat cate his before this act takes In the Cleric of the circuit court shall Immediately Lake Iho olllce to and be entitled to rccelvoi men QS are from time to owed 5 The county court shall and Is hereby ver ted with ell tho powers and Jurisdiction of tho protista court as now established by law and appeals may bo taken and writs of ceitforart riroseCutcd upon luilgmonU under lie powers conferreduv this Iho manner prescribed by laeaio of similar juJg menU rendered the LAWS An Act establishing County anil providing for tho election of Jus tires of the B nnd for other id Conita lie f That there ahall bo establish ed in cadi of tho counties of this State now created ami or which may hcicaftcr be created or a Court of H to be styled tho County Court of the projwi to bo hold and con to be styled Iho county Judge of ist one J Tliosaid county Judges iholl bo elected on the lucsiloy after the lint Monday In in tho year eighteen hundred nnd tho Tues layaflcr the lint Monday tn urevcr by the qualified voters of tho Cftivc and ahall hold their otllcca for the cinvof four nnd until their aucccisors ore elect ed and Kacli of Ihe said county Judges before cnteiingon tho diiticaof his on oath fultb fully and promptly and wUliout to perform all the duties of his olllco according to bo best of his knowledge and according to Also an oath to lupport ha Conilitutiou of tho end of thli state and also the oath prescribed In tho J6Ih tcctionuflhQiaih orticld of the Conalilulionof this Stolei which oaths may bo administered by any Justice of tho or Judge of any court of mid ihallbo Imloraedty the otllccr administering such commiiiiou of eald county and with tho recorded by tho Cleik of court shall bavo concurrent jurisdiction with tho cu cult court ia hearing and determining ill for the sale of real estate of deceased persons for the payment of debts of said and may malco all orders and render all Judgments on such applications that the circuit court might or could or in ifmllar And the orders and Judgments of court shall have the samo and effect aa tho orders and judgments of the circuit court In And final process may Issue as ftomthc cir cuit Tho county Judge shall be a conservator of Iho and shall havo the same civil and criminal jurisdiction as the Justices of the Peace In And shall also have tho some power and preserve order in tha and punish rontpmpt crcU the court while In that the circuit court now S Tho said with two Justices Peace designated and provided alt sit as a county allthc ofbro conferred by law on the county commissioners courtof this and thall sit for ho transaction of county business on tho first Mondays of and In every and shall continue open until the buiincss before hem is seil Ami called or special terms for Ihe transac tion of county business may be as now provided by law for special terms of tho county commission ers Tho sittings of Bald cowl ahall be in tha coutthousos or usual places of holding courts tn tho respective 5 On tho Tuesday after thu first Monday In In tho year eighteen hundred and and on tho ofter he first Monday In Novcm bcr forever hero thall ba elected in each of tho several counties of his Statoy now or that may hereafter from time to timer be and in tho districts now In pursuance ofthe laws of this or that may after be and by Iho qualified the number of Justices of the Peace find Con1 o which such counties arc nowenttded by or to which they may hereafter to tlmo be entitled and said Justices of he Peace and Consta bles so to bo shall exercise the nml ju and pot form the find bo under the II abilitios in all respects nf he Justices nf tho Peace anil Constables now in nnd be entitled t the samo and such aa may ho vitality Thero shall be electedal the times ani lmei nnd bythe1 THE AXE AND THE Early one irprlng when tha nun ail scarcely melted lie hoary frost from Ihe rnwn face of tho wrinkled an old axo ppened to fall in with a There wim cultioK air Hint threatened the shaven chin with chaps Ahfrnyold blacifl said Ihe how oes it with you catno purpoaery to sea iow you 11 really feel much obliged to he but am sorry lo say that my teeth very JVfy master lias nent for lhe rtwixt you nml mo nml the N no better linn an old I was hi the vorUshpp last night 1 no saw a great Interrupted the The Sow showed his teeth in a sort of jtiu betwixt melancholy ami ft nit re I may sny with some anil I consider it no more than a duty 1 owe to do much as I in xptle nf my for he is point of And do you never grow rusty asked tbo with over replied Iho and I have always found that con stant employment best preserves our after only You are quite a Not exactly so for I do grow exceedingly hot and lose my And what nays your master Why he generally desists a and l foon grow coot and then I rut nway like a razor through a piece of mottled You arc a happy said the How differently eni I nituated My inns ler Is a chopping with a thick which Is tantamount to saying ho it a fat He is very sharp wilh me soinellinen and when he finds I am inclined lo be he me most Alas1 cried the Saw its the way ofthe my friend for I Imve invariably re ihflt Ihe rich always grind the poor for Ihe sake of the exclaimed Die You see Ive not Hvet In the world all The county fudges respectively shall be entitled too compensation for their of two dollars and fifty cents per for every day employed by thcmln holding o to paid out of Die county lieasuiies of tho respective on tlioccttllicato of the Clerk of saM Said courts shall sit In the or usu al places nf holding courts In tho several counties ol this for Ihe transaction of on the tint Monday in every except lie montluj of Decem Juno and and on tho thin Mondays of said and shall continue open from day o day until all ho business before Iheoi thnll bo dhpDicd Said courts ahull each have a The Clerks of said courts shall be tho hcepcis of ho seals and shall issue all process legally emanat ing from talil courts which process shall bear da to when Issued be tested iu Iho name and signed by the Clciknml the seal of said Tho Clerk of nalif court perform all the ministerial duties heretofore performed liy tho probalo and shall bo entitled to the fees and emoluments allowed by aw pianting letters or if except to all letters of guar and repealing tho nnd olio or dis illowmg claims against or delermin ug who arc cutillod to said requiring the scttte ncnt of and directing the Issuance of citations mil shall bo considered as general judi cial powers under this Whenever a vacancy shall happen In the ollico of county hy removal from tho or any other U shall he Rio duly of ho Clerk of said Iu hu county in which aatil va cancy may lo issue his orders o Iho Judges ol election In the dillvrent precinctsin ho proper requiring them on a certain day therein not loss lhan twenty daya fiom he issuing nf such to hold an election to fill such vacanryi which order shall bo immediately delivered hy said Clcik to lhe shuiilfuf he proper unJ by five days after tho receipt delivered to tiie respec tive Judges of election to whom and tho Judges of election in pursuance of said hold said And Iho Clerk of said court at Iho tlmo of making DID orders to tho Judges of malte out ami deliver to tho Sheriff as ma In each of ho said severer justified electors and each county Is hereby created a district for hat two additional Jus IICCB of tho whose jurisdiction shall le ccnx1 tensive with tho and together wilh tho other Justices of ho Icaco and provided for In Iho next preceding section of this act shall hold their otnccs for tho term of four and until their ara elected and quatillcdt Inlllio man ner at the other give exercise the samo lurliillctlon and bo subject o tho some HaBiti and peiform tho samo duties and moreo til wHh the county Judge ns members of lhe comt for tho transaction of all county business and none oth And while silling as members of tho shall hivo an equal vote with be county Judge on nil tions and matters legally and properly before said court ihall each receive tho same per diem compensation vlillo holding Any two of tho three shall ron idtntea quorum to do county Judgo shall lie lhe presiding Judge of tho county Tho county Clerk of the county the county and district Justices of tbo in this act provided shall be commissioned by the nor and tho Constables shall receive1 from the to whom election returns arc certificates of elec ny notices of said special election for as hove arc prcrincls In the county and the Shciitf with in tho salil five causa ana of tho said notices to bo posted up In mm of Iho most public places In each of said There to circled Ihls lime without getting said Ihe notch or Nor I replied the Axr In obtaining the said I hnve not y lout my courage but o portion of my loo I neTursawP exclaimed his friend how you talk I am inre your leelh do not give yon any at any I ax your old remonstrated the Axe Although I do nnt complain of my teeth my chops give me pretty considerable deal of I can tell The Saw grinned approval of Iho Axes 1 Peaceexclaimtd the Here comes Carpenter no dont show your teeth till you can believe that it the maxim of a relalion of Not a the other though Ihey are the words of a whe old Scientific Editing a Weekly The majority of readers seem tu think lhat nothing can be more rtr than to edit a Init of all Uio different employments by which men make thoir bread ami their cliarBeri iwerveU from lerrleil with Ihefollowing narrative there U we that so I axes I In line of men who knew not Ihelr one of thoeo real of the to and a a that of editing at ho same ttma and places of electing tho Judges of said In each of tho counties of hit nuw or which may heicaftcr be ty the iualillcd voters a Clcrlt of said county who shall hold liis olllre fur Hie tcim of four and until his suc cessor ihall bo elected and qualified f Kvary Clerk so ttliall beep lilt ofllce ot tho county scat or place of holding for oach county And each and every be fore entering upon Iho duties of his shall take an oath o support Iho Constitution of ho and ol thfi Stulpj tho oath prescribed In the twonly sixth ml ion of the UihteenUi article of Iho Constitu linn of Ihii Elate andolsoan oath tfulthfully nnd im partially to discharge nil the duties pertaining to sotd Dtllcaof Cleik of tho county to tho best of his abilities and according to law which shall bo iiHlursml on he commission of said ami wilh Iho commission spread on tho rccoids of snlil Said oaths rmy bo taken in open or before any Judge or Justice of the Ho shall also enter into wilh good and sulliclent o be proved by said inthosumor threotdoussml dol payable to tho pnoplo of tho state of for tho uio of any person or tha if Injur conditioned for tho faithful discharge of ho duties of ho said olllco of Cleric of tho county for Iho delivering up to his successor in cilice all ho and proceedings of said oml as well D ollprojurty oi every kind belonging I o said when superseded in otllccj which when approved hy the shall bo spread nn tho records and afterwards transmitted to tho Secretary of ami file J in his Whfn a vacancy shall happen In of the county it shall bo filled by la he samo manner as a vacancy fn the olllco of Am the Judge shall issue tha orders fur and sholl make out the notices for tho tha Vacancies in Iho olllco of Justices of Teacn and Constable shall be filled by special In Iho manner pointed out in the sixth section of Ihls act ttir fllllnt a vacancy in the uUico of county Judge That in filling vacancies In Iho olllce of Const able and district Justices of tho tho orderfor nml notice of election shall tie applicable to tlic piopc rlct Tn addition to oathato support the ConsllluUrtn of ha United States and of this and an oath for the faithful anil prompt discharge of tho duties of their tcspoclivo tha said Justices of the and Constables shall lake Iho oath prescribed in ho twen tysixth section ofthe thirlcenlh article of tho Consti tution of this Tho She r ill Iu each county by himself or attcnil the sMtings of the county pre serve order in Uio and execute tho legal com mands 5 In all suits or proceedings orlgtna ing In ho county lhe process nml service here Ghallbo the same as if tho procctdlng originated tn ha circuit as near aa circumstances will per Tho Clcrlt of Iho county court shall provide or ho uio of his ottlcc wo sots of for tho IOEC of entering and preserving the proceedings of suit wliilo acting with tho Justices of the Peace or ho ol separate from those con ainlng tho proceedings and business of said court while acting And said Clerk shall keep he tapers and business of said in like In all cases where concurrent jurisdiction with he circuit court Is given lo tho county court by Ihls the rules of proceeding and practice shall bo lhe somej and In all cases In which tho probate coutt liaa heretofore exercised the rules of pro ceeding and practice in Iho county court shall be the samo that held in tho probate court and in all cases u which tho county commiisloners courts havo tofnro exercised tho rules of proceeding and practice in Uio county comt shall be the same as in tha commUiionen1 J Un tho lust Monday of eighteen hundred and tho county Clerks of tho county Justices of tho Peaceand provided for In this ihill enter upon the duties of heir respective olllcefj and on the said Iho term of olllco of tho county Comtnli sioncrsr Cleika of tounty probalo Justices of the Justices of the and then in shall expire That ho Justices of he county Clerks of tho county and probate Justi ces of thq who shall be in olllce on the first Monday In August shall continue In office until ho first Monday in December am tlio Justices of ho county and Clerk of ho county In his shall respectively bo elected and vltttd That a failure of any of Iho olllcers Hut mentioned to execute bond and tuko tho oath of within twenty days after notice lo any such officer his at any general or special shall create a vacancy In ami be filled by election or appointment herein before An Act supplementary lo the cl establishing Counly and providing for be election of Justices of the Peace and and for other 5 Be it That tho county of several counties to this nowinr Irvttie samo manner that theClerk U required o do In tho raid of elections of other officers Piovi Jwas S When n varuncy Umll the ollko ot k cu Cteik of Biunly rram cuuio tavo utortmcnl or GOODS I he counlr Jiubp Hull Cleili pro lo W tiro iwrirnl lo iell Iho Pllrfll And mmhs MARK rURSON   

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