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BoIins-Grccu,- ..Oct. 12, IS 14.
Prmocralir ."VoiM iu.it Ions.
JAMES K. POLK,
I JU A fellow by the name of Georgo Mr. B. congratulated the meetinp
W. Overly, was sentenced (o two years on lh ,,1,ie ul ,ls assemlilaec, jn-t ni-
lintl,.P;,onf;,. ,1.. !., term of ter0De V?, lJ iUl l',-
' ; " ' . " "V T " -ore anettier- He iaj tol(l h;s fl iprm
( the Warren Circuit Court, for hor.e ,,. Washington, when the nomination
dealing. . Rodpcrs, was also 8entenc-,f l'oik uiul I);iHas wa made thnt
ed for the same term of time, and for the 'Missouri would give it 10.000. He
tame ofTencc; a plea of drunkenness wa fow asked ior f.,ore ,l;in iin,
' put in in both cases, but it availed nolli- : l!'al :,,ISSOL"'j Would not ..n! y he.it her
1 in. j fV"??n lut I'e:-: h,r friend, and
)-"'?, ami -ivp the r.jest
The Whins contemplate holding a j tJp,n"Aal.ic "'j'-tity, relative popuhi-
convention at Hannibal, on the 18th inst ! " ,,"i'ieiv.l. ,. ;1V democratic
Si lie in i ,0 ?'..:..
nci .V- i . . . '
uan snuw wiucu way me imi ; :jj.
Prt or Mexico. Such interference, dinner, which had been prepared by
either bv men or mon-v, would unite Hie liberality - the citizens of Man
i . " . i . . ' i ..n . r.,1 ilio :u!iiiininir counties.
lit pnuiol nraris in uisrf.'iuni n ...... ..... j r-
Mexico and taking part with Tes ts.' AFTERXOOX.
Another cae was it' Mexi should JrtcE Douglass concluded and
establish a new line of bound -u v w iili was (...lowed bv Mr. WARRENS of
t1 p United States, leaving Texas on St. I
G R A N D
at Troy, Lincoln Co.,.Wssouri!
VT a highly respectable meeting of the
Democrats of the North Eastern
poke of his
For Vice President,
GEO. M. DALLAS,
Di-t. I J A V, KS S. Cm I.KEN, of Lewi.ro.
2. W.M. A. II ALL, of Howard,
W. P. HALL, ef "uchanan,
win im snir.i.Df, of r.t;
r. WILLIAM C JONLS.of Nrvvtcu
0. r. cannon. r r. Oniii.ieBii,
7. W'V.L. SI P! I'.TTK.. of St
That small Demscratic affair .nnm... i i: , . .' ..
! " -l I "1" " candidate I.'T ttie I .
;at Hannibal, on the lot., makes them Senate, and said he wa!, n,lt ., ,..,n(j,
I tremble for the fate of Whigccry in Ma-'.ate in any sense tern. that he
irion. had not put up his ..vn name, and
i 7 7 "f c rT , T 1 !lOUll not d. It tl.r.t I,,- l-ft it to his
b ' " - j i-oiiiiu.n n u-rids. the Jlunh. t-i mnke
t. , r.itv. -... ..r.i.:. i - i - .
i omKiiis, oi uic supreme touri vi iws i urn a c.andid.ite or ;l they
Mate, lias lelt the Jsencli, m arcordance iu. lie was emphatic: in ihi-i
with the limit to the judicial term pre
scribed by the Conbtitution. The names
of Jndge Hunt, Attorney General Bay,
Judpc Kin, Judge Howlin and Judge
McBride have been lnriitioned in can
ncction with the vacancy.
rj'A full account of the prcat Demo-
! cratic iratheri'in- at Hannibal, taken from
rVVare athorized to Rivc notice U ra Cunrcr, will be tound
t;clow. i o erpceiiilly reioinmend a
careful peri'.?al of ?ilr. ISinlon's sjiecch;
that JAMES O. KROADHEAD, has
withdrawn his n.tmc asa candidate for
Circuit Attorney, ot the 3d Judicial Circuit.
ence to the llar.L, ;,nd said there
Wll but Oi.e poiia at wl.K-ll lie cwuhl.
in any even;, mttrleie. and that was
to pievent dis.s.ni.ri :mil,i: his
liicn,ls,by withdrawing hi, r.a7e, it
.uy i.iiKH-nnetit took nl.-.i-e about
He had helped 1o Imihl nn tin-
the einse or
is .ho made nn eloquent and F - - -'T : g,
.,r side. Ti w..s a met .pt.. su al s;.ir,., d p.c.;!. up-n Me prospects k re,ved t0 lnake .Grand Rally
disiinction. but it w;:s i..k"n b thp the p .rty. 1 le a hidpd t tne u A fnr pik r)aijas at Troy, on the 24th of
present ad I'lni-'tr ui -n, : ud a n.inis THOL'SliXI) MAJORITY re. cntly Octol,er
ter was now sent to negotiate fur it. nen over the whig candal.i'e in j J'olk &. DALLAS men through
Mr. Shannon was now on I is way to MAINE for the candidates ot the do- i0jt lc taIC,i are invited to be present,
Mexico to negotiate for this; lin as in .cracy said that Maine was " wjth a icw to aid in the promotion ol
promised in .Mr. Caiooun's letter last twin siter o Missouri, and that her 1 tlp pre;lt ilemocratic party; and the hand
prin;. and it was then i.ru'ersioiul t citizens had mn hearts, and i lcar j0f friendship and hospitality will be cor-
Washinpioii tiiat from five 'o ton heads and no soli" spots on them! jdially extended to such as are disposed
millions of dollars mould be f lk-r-d Mr. V. sat don amid great and pro to ming'.e with us al tne projecieu wee
Mexico lor the new 1'ue. He, Vr. loaded cheeMtii.
15 . would not object to the am.-.mt The Col. volition then adjourned to
of money iriven tor the line: and if the f..ilowirio morning, at which time,
it w as obtained, there w as an end of a laie portion of the crowd of the
.skin:; the assent nf Mexico. A third previous day a-M;ii.hled and was sun
rase i i which assent was necessary ; resix el V addir-ed by Col. Sharp, ol
i ... ..i i ' . ,
vn.uni not ne
tne .subject . :.y dissension in it.
and would imitate" the example ,.(" Mr.
Nan Uureii, i necessary to i.nsnve
GRAND RALLY, AT TROY!
The Democrats of Lincoln, determined
i.nt to be outdone by the democracy of
Marion, are making extensive prepara
tions, as will be seen by a notice in to
day's paper, for a Grand Rally of the
Democracy at Troy, on the 24th of this
month. Many distinguished members
of the parly will be present. A sj iril
..r ...n.,1.,t;,.rv cam. f.i f.nrt '.L 1 ) . mi.t.-
of that veteran democrat and statesman,
upon the subject of Annexation
GIJr.T MASS MEETIXt Or
THE Dl'i.Mt K"RAC Y AT 1 1 A X
, in ! . X 1 X ( '. A T 1 1 E 1 1 1 X '.
or n E TiiorsAXD nirr,
MI'.N ix Tin-: vr.ii Y STRnxC
ikm,i of Ti!i;t:i:i'vY i
ties hum tlie (ound.nion of the Gov-1 for oll'.-rin.' o negotiate with Mexico.
eriiiiient. It was n..t one. m t v. or I and endeav.nins! to obtain her assent
ihrie u.tasuies, r i ri'icitiles w hied i before akintr a sle.i wh'.-h was :ir
-ic .u siaiie, t ut I!,,; wh.,1,.! all that wil" that po.e.-. i nr
democracy an.J ' (leral's n l.:nl cino ' hetw . n !ex n I '''
would be on the issue of the impend i B.ionville; It. X. li khhe, lvo,.. ot
in' invasion. That invasion, wheth- j Si. Louis, Hon. John Jamison, ol Cal-i-r
made or not, would brini" the qnes- j .may ; and II n: J. IJ. l?ow lin, ot
tion to a sii' cessful end. lf made St. I.o.iis. n. v.-ry aMe and ell'enive
it would he an ai kno.vled'iieut that so eches. The remarks ol Mr. Row
lite war was at an end! If it w is' lin. e-peri !ly t p. n the Door ques
made, it would find another San .1 .-'lion, were p irticulaily happy and in
cinto. and would he ended forever by ! teiestins. rivet nc.' the attention o!
th (It-!, at and destruction of the i--! liie au-ien'-e. and !i -iting the deep-
vadm .' tr... .s. . ,-t s-. m; 'hy.
Mr. R. --ail the cSnsc iii hi" liH T..e !'o-b. wit".: r.-so'iit'ions were
.. . . ;.. i . . I .... ; i 1. . J . ...I
1.'!':' : v incoi rcrllv ill' en. s:s tthtlilfiwix. y v,
he : .i'i,i ul Mexico an in-1 rei.e i i e.l chccistor "lu R. l.'al as.
T' X i. (I jo.i. and R. n'on.
W .ereas, v. e have n.et in pm-'ral
convention to; iscus.s qiiesliotis nl m
tcrest to us as citizens id" the United
Sia e-. and as we believe to our com
mon country : and whereas it is pro,i
er and r hl ' r political parties in a
r.'nei t l:;.e oil's t l int ami
rc.sal of ?.Ir. Benton's speech; j , A'r' L "f the importance ol nckm:; ' e : ssent ot Mex-co an in-
i i .1 i i i tor present presidential election as tn di-p ns 1 ' pr linina-v I" aei cx-
lv by those who are desirous i .. i. .. ., ' l,rl''Hi'o umi .hiii i
- - , . . o.Mtig the late , A.t. the in incii.les ! tl n. It was not so. The bid w:.s
g. from lus own hps, the views j nnd mt,lsu,cs j jn . , ,,,a, ,V(1 . :lru ,.n'y t.r.,vi.l-.-
V&.k was elected ill
ti urs and
. ir t v tor
: ii Mr.
'' x -
Areeab'e to pTvi.vis notice, the j lie looktd upon t,e in,j.,:lit. pres
.ts f X. I. Missouri, afsern- ,cc
of the Democracy of this region, and it
is spreading like wildfire, throughout
the State. If we, who are sure of iclo
ry, and yet make every exertion that a
doubtful issue could possibly constain us
to make, what cxeiticr.s ought net these
tj make where the issue is doubtful.
uct.on inmost vital and cii'i-
. . . . ... . i . .i i i . .
l.!rd at I laniuM'. on tne laint.s oi me ui, -mi inyuiving a !o s not to be ic
Miss"ssi pi, n the first day of Octo- covered in a ioii seiies of years, i1
her inst. 'l ;ii:.iiiit.t the dciuo.-iacv.
The t:i:'nbe' t resent was cstiicated Me faid tins hviuiz a national eleo
at from FOUR to F1YE THOU- tion it laid open ;nt i.e national mea
- i rvr i..l ... n l.i ' liii'Ac Lr .1. .
..M'. ao: t oi v.iu'io wo- .a- i .-.I.. v.-. ...i uim iission, nut there Wi.S a
dies.) and the urcatest
prev:..-i! ciiMUl' tlie v
Union, are thoroughly aroused.
, was to :.d '. . "he '. . :
i was not readv without an eflort to
previ nt it. A war which killed com
inerce, alt'io" it migl'.t not kill many
men. w.'trd lean unpiofiiHh'e war
o the United Str-ti's. war with
, Mexico would be !.,;. lv u'.j 'ti'; ' e
Our silver came fiom that r.-un'ry:
' that supply would be shopped. The
U. S. rommerce with all oilier nations
would be preyed upon by the priva
teeisot t!i whole world, under "he
Mexican It wou'd be emphati
cally a war upon the commerce ol
t.ie I lilted Mates its whole com
eiithns, asm : reason why I.e could not disrii-s those
hole meeting". '.measures. I),. ,jie lvxen,v.iive
5ut we believe there is no cause of, v ,i -h cot. tinned two days. I he! ycai s he had hcea in (le Senile, they
eoinphunt the Dcmncrary of the w1ioIcthoi an:i-. who rallied wiih so na:c!i had been ;,s j.s:.c theie: al had
.pint anr ei.ti usiasm ai iiii oicciii;-. o. u u;n cic.. i.. i t. :.i,.i , .-it . tri-
arordlle s'r. rco-t r-vidence. that ! als; and in ev c rv i : i.,l I .. h i. I -i-ied a o.rrce in evrrv s:i and he wool
X cuth by the name of Joshua Missouri v M. in the Inr irnrtizc I' or pat t w Inch i .ciii.ri.-.l l.i i, witheveiv
Saunders; was brought to lown on the H rUwpwn V;;rr. w- r, eaMiie an,, u ( !l rere.ved the
, , "... . ito HU.K a.-,.! DALLAS ;t n.ajoii'y apjii. h.itioii ,, .ls ,s!if.m;s. He
dayofthe muster, w ul, a rather severe jo( Tl(,r.SAm j could not sp. ,' , lll(,e mtMM1,s
bruise just in vhcccgeol the Hair, over; ( . ,t.p m(lIIlinir ,,1 the frt ihi y w nhcut pi , ., ,.. j;H , vv
hich he said v.as lirot.uc- .! r,, s.p.lnpr l i;.,P-(vihich had ar- he coind n..; i.oni'i.end ii em vv i
Lou:-. : seen, to ,.,,,.,, I 1.;...:!.
on the Gras-jwi'h a laipe :,i i! re-pertalle h -'.f.a-; ' n.-i was wi.-.n he should not d...
Mioliot ladies atol "eiillenien. I ia ;n . i ue mc:t a i.y a sei.ee cl
! the levee, liler.d'v cum .! wiih the and .Ic-oi inn r,,m Si.et.kinp
ID uiocracv of Northeastern Missou-' suits which h,d received the apiin
i ... .- : i j ,i.,..r I u..i;..n ..r i.: I
1 1 a no tneir nor w ivrs .mu uj. i.o ; .-.. - m. coiimhu- tits, and ueinp
1 . ...ft. .i i . . .... ..
" . .. iv. s.i ,
the right eve, which he said was protiUt- ,lt. r,, s;f;imPr I itan. (vhi
.l : .. .. 1 I..,.. Infil. (, .l Lv uni.llirr r.lllh. ' . I.-.l !.. ,. .. ii"i,t f.a.iii St
IU 111 . Uluil iiinniiii ui . j . i i. - ii iu.. i . .
J ...... I ..'..I , I 1 .....l
fomc few miles lrom lown,
y Creek road. He rode to town on
horseback, after the infliction if the
wound; he huv. c tr became insensible
soon after, and nothing would arouse him
from his stupor, till a portion of the skull
was removed by a trephine, which cna-
not expo.-e his country to such n wa
wiiiiiul necessity, and wi'hoiit first
attrmjiMnp cnr;cilrt!e Mexi'to.
Sll.di w:is h s Li'i.
Mr II. l.i ha 1 sei ved t' e St it.
i:i b t' i--:iV o i'h I" cm tit'.ent tm
a on .rtei .f a 11 iitur''. ar,.l niear.cd
i.e.-. , '! 'i' pnn,-i ies, si
i .,. ,..,.i . if ;- . a a ceria n pre
v ih ' ' s h ;v.' en li.eai
. ,. . , .:'!.! to cast iiis
vote un le.sinnd in i;lv iliere tore.
Resolved. I hat we. a portion
of the Democratic Lc-p'iblicaT parti
hereby declare our ehlne Confidence
in 'he svii'.r is ol principles set toith
i i ; t.t.ei l the .a e D.-im c atir
Natl not! Convtatior., he'd i.i the ci-
tv ol R c-i re.
Re olve . 'i ii :t we in arttly arrmi
From the long list of distinguished
gentlemen expected to be present, we se
lect the names of Benton and Atchison,
besides whom, other of our moit promi
nent orators will unite with us to address
the multitude that will be present.
Committee of .Irrangements.
St. Clark Co. Pines Shelton, James
MeDearmon, and Dr. Pitts.
Mmlfiomery Jos. King, Henry Cave,
and Nathaniel Drydcn.
irVren Thomas Stewart, A. Green,
and Col. Skinner.
Pi.-e George W. Buckner, Benja
...; (:h.nn nnd Dr. Hardin.
Lincoln James Stallard, 1. A""
son, A. 1. Jang, jouu uauun.. -,
Hutt,T. Braep, Joel Blank. YKiHism
Browaintr, Silas Davis, R. Wornmack,
T. Snf.rd, James Kansdal. J . r . ttiooru,
F. Emerson, Jas. Brown, I reelana nose,
Dr. AVise, and J. Groshong.
October 12th, 1844-
We are authorized to announce Nel
son C. O'Rfaf, of St. Charles county,
a, a eandi late rr the office of Circuit
Vlornev. at the next rxovemucr x.icv;-
June 8th, 1844.
Mb. A pa m Please announce my
name as a candidate for Circuit Attorney,
of the 3rd. Judicial Circuit, at the next
G. W. BUCKNER.
March HO, 1844.
the 3d inst.. b Elder
MV g.iif. 'pt. Jroe Smith, to Mrs. Eliia-
the select! "i
.f the II. .U. ;be!h W. Wdlinn.
of Tennessee, and I
i-. ol I ennsv Ivam.i.
v-orpe. i. i iii.i-. ui i inii.'i...iniu. , M
hv the Nao.,l Convent,,,,, as 1
candnl ites of our party lor the I itm- , ' , . .. .
i.'iii'v and Vice Presidency ol the
lTr.'ted Si: tes.
II s ! ed. Trial we cim t -i t llicm.
I!.'- tved. t at we w id.
Revived. That we le
i rirrd in pivment nf debts
The procession formed under the t!
tectn.ns of t ol.
Obi. f Mars!.:
.1 , .V PI. T..r)l..!t In .:l'l lar.IS. Ii I.I PlOCCCdl :i Oil I'-'
ijieu me tipciuiui, i'i. i.."."i -- i . , i , i ',1
.1 i. lu.iii n i l .'i ll. u i'. . '
; uie ini.ino i
I T.I''M .1 I f. I 'IIP 1 t
out a piece of bone as large as
nail, which had apparently been driven . ' ,'. r,
into his head by a knot on the cluu, ami i )jn e nxer
which had ruptured an internal blood
vessel, and caused the accumulation of
some three or tour ounces of clotted
blood between the surface of the brain
and the skull; this being removed, con
sciousness gradually returned, and in
less than twenty -four hours, he was ful-
soiiif.l.i:,!' he was
I. - 1 .1.... ... . . . . -
lii njnm:n i ie. i to i iu u. u iiieasuie.sou wlm nsome
aidr'd i.v his asis- j of his ronstiluenis uisapierd with
river a-ilcm. Happily, he said, this was a
l.i it f lis!, cr.iiined to one Mihjecf.be
aiimieu iu tne tun for the annexation
.I ieas. Tu o clauses in ii
dcsalis.'aciion t apait id I. is o-n
ittiei. t- Uie t:laij.-e whii h proposed
to divide I he annexed leiriioiv equ.il
!y between the ,avc holding and
noi.-slav t iio'iim St iti s and the
clause wi ich re. ated to the alterna
tive assent ol Mexico. Oil H.c first
rove, run air I :or ii.r ici , u -u "i
l'he latan passed
. . i
t ttie f :.mr time o-'Stsneu
to the s::n.e .:n:. haia:s.-ii eiy deco
rated with banner, and enlivened by
the cool siirrir " s'l tins ol an cx-e-
these points he referred lo the
stars and s'np
i.. :., l im.i.i I- mm !;e nature of: vifii. htir." oiit to t!ie o:ee.i. an
in ...j - - , i . , .
.i.. :..: l.;c c:i..t;,. Is ,.eeessanlv I one stir ol I exas w as poi ne aion, .i ; uie same manner, lae or.nnance
..iK ...j-..;, --- . , a , ,,,nnf ;,(,,. ...i :n ,,. tv ....
an l.l'ia anon oi nn- " .' . .no viiiiiinii mi
that "hi iiit the dividinp ime between the classes
. ....r , . .1 V.... . ' 1 ; . . I II:.
particular star aionvviai m--- i.i. in .-.i.i.cr, jis. o ic.encn io me .i;is-
i stns f the nation. jsoun rompnuiiise oi lo.'Ua.s n.-inp
The uiCCtin" was then organized practatally tlie contiuu.ili.in ol th
I by the announcement, by Col. Davifs
! of the following rCIl;,emin as oiu-
tn cmt in h: rii'ii.v. I e should no'
t.'iminate Lis x liiieal lite bv a qipir
nd wiih his old fuends. II-- should
withdraw befote the election if thp'e.
should lie nnv dissension a hunt him.
If elected he shoa'd conform to the
wishes ol hU consiitiients r resi ;n
displace. I Iu w rail, f never hold hi
place nr. hour in viohition d lh i'
will: lie wou'd ronlortn to it in nn
case in which it was nos-ih'e, and re-
v,. ' si.n his plap l.en I.e could nn con-
torm. I'n this iattr point. Air. 1,
was more e.xpTieit the next day. in
answer f.i an enquiry from Col. Da
vies, and referred to the. coiicludinir
pataiMaph o his speech ntaiust the
Texas treaty, as entertain mi; bis sen
timents on the subject. The follow
ir.p is the paragraph:
"In myown State ihe sentiment
II r. tu. rei
d.i to nivwl. or the io r irm oi i tmp-i-r.ni.'
Tlie i-tn la deliwered at.
Crane & !'"'" Ur,,e Sbr' in ,h" f0"' offiC
huildi. linI,nrn-.oral Folwell
t. v..l on the Lnti:enm rod. Perk will Le
" . ii iami f pirmA.
it v on the 1st Monday iii Aovetn';er lakm i.w c. B. CRANE.
n,X'' , , , ... ,. I Oct. 12th 1814. 43
Resolved. Th t we l.ehold in Mar-; - - . . v V
tin Van Run n the wise statesman.; A ilmillist rator S Notice,
the pure patii. t. i'htl the good m m ; e-if OTK'K i-ent.T uivrn thet
that while he was President of the 12 .ie..,,.,..i I... uken ont Mui-of Ad
United States his administration ts:
rema.kahle for lis pu.llv, pal.iotism . " . ta. i,hb day of
and wisdom mat It receives our ((.t )(r jw43.AH prr-nn., therefore, iiv
most rordial npirvat. and llu.t now .JohipJ t.. the e-t o ( enl deceacea, are ie
e'eetion a- beyond dispute, and that
Missouri tor 10 000nia;or-
crilical and dangerous, but we believe
the attending pi
of his recovery
.1 . .
uie aivciiuing jt'iv ?iv.ana i
Ma.nmoih Pumpkin a Pulk-er. Our
friend, P. W. Overly, of Shamrock, a
nimner:i. (not Olilv ill IiamC, but 11,
- ' - j v j
feeling and principle, and to whom we
are much indebted for several additions
to our list of subscribers,) has furnished
vis with the weight and measurement of
a Pumpkin raised by Mr. John Roman,
of Callaway ."a trood Polk and Dallas De
mocrat. It weighed one hundred and !
forty-nine prmnda, and measured ii'r fed
and three inches in circumference. Our ,
friend thiuks we may safely challenge
the whigs to beat this Callaway Mam
moth; so we might, but isn't it plain that
no one but a real Polk and Dallas, Ore
gon and Texas Democrat, could begin
to match it? We think so.
lent band of music. Another stea
mer followed fill.'. with the hardy
democrats ol" N'oitli East Missou. i.
llav'm" arrived at Ihe prove, tin
i, A 'rir.es of the L IH'Tl. .Meat compi oii.lse ,.1 I ?.".7. vv hiih i
!ip li'PMf. an. ihe , vtded the then uf..i.i. ....mitre.- in ot the people, lam well asst.teu. is
,f almost unanimnus in favor ol prtiiis;
bick the country lost hy the treaty
ol I do not know that they
are in f.ivnr of pettinp it on the terms
which this treaty involves. If they
were, and I knew it. I should resign
my place: lot could neither violate
their known wishes iu voting against
i imr i i.il.iti' inrnv. n sense id Con
v. ..... -
Hon. P. II. McBRlDE, of Monroe.
Jimh.k RiniAKi.soN. of Lewis.
ii . n m n.. n.iA Monroe. I nation to
. . ' i. : ,.r li. Ho also referred to Ihn uniform nrac- I voted n my own convictions, to
I,;, i-timr-v he liVesiu the btarts', .iH-.trd t,. make immediate pijm.D. ;na.
.if , ..rnef.il neon'e 1 !l l'r'"n h",i"" ';la"", "?Bi'"t '"Y
the many insiduoiis assaults "P"p of sau i, ttrf, or ther iot be precluded
and attempts to destroy the useful-! floru , hHJ benefit of nA estate, and .
itess ot our justly distinguished Sen , if.ai.l r.l:.iu. ere not preented witl.ia three
atornnd fellows" citizen, Ti.ovas 11. yen,., the, iH h. foje, barred
Bkst. by hi, enemies, we s,:U have vXtt! '
the most unlimited onlnleiiC in his 0(.t ibrr jo, jajj. 3w49
ability and pat rioti-m ; rnd that ihe ' :
recent eleciioos in Mis ouri full v at- Administrator's ISotice.
test the high cstimi le in which he is, jvOTICE is hereby piven, that the
he'd br a free in ople. ! i ' undersigned has obtained of the.
same compromise line west ol tlie
Mississippi lo the Rocky Mountains;
and he showed that if the treaty ol
IC19 had not given aw ay Texas that ' stilutional and moral duty in votmp
ine would apply lo 5 degrees of it;' for it. Twenty four years I have sat
or Texas now extends to 42 degrees, in this chatnticr, anil nave nun uie
.ml that line wag in 3C1, with a va- gratification, nil ihe time, and especr-
iccommodate Missouri. a'lv on many trying occasions, wnen
Col. Wm. M. Kiso,
, . .. it ! . . r - r . ' ... .L. I.... i f ...iii.t itnont s.
l ii,,,..,,,, .! Ii,ii.. o Mie by, : uce oi congress ior uiiy years trom t... -
Jas. i.lAKMAi.t kl, Jj-i'lv. , , . ...... . ... . r ir:, ek....l ho ..1.1.01 now. it
ol .Scotland, iinc nine 01 ma admission 01 ixeu- i a. - - -
tuekv and ermont lorlhe tact that Wouhl lie a source 01 oeep leutei .
lho n'.bmssinn .,f sl.-ive. und fmo Stnlea me: but. withcnV opini m o! this
pi.. . ., i-L.. r I....I .,. , . ..f 1. I.:.l h tropic il is inmov-silili; h.lllip to SOP-
. .1 ,1' I. Cll II .SI 1. .1. I ill! l'tLlll..L I. Ill U 11 I.IL l 11.11 "O " " I" " "
Jons' -l- " '" . ... , . ' rl ,, . n,i .,,ern. five should
u.i v 1 111111110 iii itr'Pi ri : .11111 1 1 -1 ...
Capt. li.Nrir PuiK.sr, of Rall.f,
Caid. South, ol Pike.
IJe.solved. That our thanks are due (-j ,,f ,ie Countv Court of KalU
to our Democratic friends thioi ghini ; c,,,sutv, letters of Administration on
the Stite which have held electa ms ; ,ii(? ,.st e ot Kussel IVinp, aeceascu,
in 1844 for their nol le effoits ia tb.e ! ,. dale October 7, 1C44, all per-.
jood cause of Depvicr..cy. sons indebted to said estate, are re-
Several letters from distinguished j,,.,,.ted to make immediate payment,
srer tlemen not in attendance were ,t.rsns having claims against said
thn read, and the meeting adjourned l,.taie. are requested to exhibit them
sine iiii: in the greatest luirmomj ana i properly authenticated, wit run ouo
year from the date of said letters or.
No meetinp was ever he'd in thi;'t)rv be precluded lrom having;
ction of tlie country that exhibited anv' benefit of said estate, and if not
Ei'itH.vivi K. Smart, of Ralls,
() P. Grsrar.of Monroe,
JosM-ir P. AMrsT.of Marion.
The orpanization being completed
.1.- inc'.h.ni of ihe meetinp intro
asked if any one thoapht it possit le I the exlinrtion t" mv p
that all Texas could come in as slave I should have tn pmS a.
holding territory, there being a ina-i Col. R. havinp '..
jorilyof 4Cin the House oi Ilepre-' STEPI1EX A. DO' ';!.
sentalives Iron, non-slaveholdinp
. . 1;!,-1
a finer spirit, or a warmer cnthusnsm.
none certainly ever pave such sin
cere gratification and pleasure to
those 111 attendance. It is also ad
mitted on all hands, to have been the
largest rneetinrever held in the North
Ea t, of any character.
TV Sugar Crop The last Plan
ters' Ranter r.cb'is'ied b. the town ot
F i.nk'if. ' - ,,:,s s.-oe speculations I
1 ! -. 1 . -.1 l..- ..a,ri tV-.nvf
e.xhuuied wimiiii! once m.s.,
w ill be forever barred.
O-Dearlltcader: A UM circumstance
in our domestic alTairs, which, in the
language of a cotemporary, does uot
usually occur oflener.than about once in
two vean, hai prevented our furnish
ing a full sheet this week. However, ( h wfls il!tened to with profound
if you are good christians,-as well as, a.ttention? im(1 called f,,.- repeated
'VnX. who made a most pow
speech in defence of the democracy,
and its candidates for the two high
est offices in the piit of the nation,
and also in defence ol Ins own rm
the Texas ouestion. His
Sllioii u"- -. - - ...
good democrats, you win nov .
for while you have lost but little, w
have gained much.
I..-R . the next term of the
t ti nf the St. Louis Uni-
UBW 1CUU Ullli. s.. ,
r .v. tViiirth
versity will commence on
Menday of next month.
the 1 resident ' .7 iSlates? He declared it was impossi-
dneed the lion. 1 1 H'.M AS 1 1. uho 1.. . . ' ,.
nnceu o.u ,,,,.rf..l hie that our northern friends could
not stand on such an issue and that
all ihe practical friends to annexation
must give it up.
As to the assent of Mexico, he said
the bill itself was in the alternative,
referring the question of its necessi
ty to Congress. l!y the express terms
of the bill Congress was to dispense
with the assent ol Mexico whenever
it thought proper. He said there
were many obvious cases in which
such assent would be necessary.
Mr. Wright of New York had men
tioned one ol them: that of British
or any foreign intarference on the
bursts el applause.
Mr. Benton spoke an hour and a
half the substance of which, we un
derstand, will be accurately publish
ed; in the mean time we present the
heads nnd points ol the speech, that
the public curiosity may be satisfied
as to its general character.
: i.le s,
'h iei i:tt
nois, was iniro.Hi
made an eloquent a
and fully sustained !
he has pained, tlurin tne p 1 '
canvass, as one of the m -t eh-quei '
and etlecnve speakers 111 mr ri.
He portrayed, most vividly, the dis
. ., !.
flattr- :nn in ihi cane
. .1 - I. .!.
-I..W nit; re 'lor,. M oils paiisu air
; crop on the Teche, w hich is most im-
honest means resorted t bv the j portant, is unuauady poor, owinp to
VVbi'-s. to carry the election in 1 840. 1 the rains which prevailed t hroiigliout
exhibited their broken pledves and the months of June and July, and in
..:t. .j :.... rwl t.,U ... rnnid lerrunted cultivation. 1 he crop on
victiilirij t'l Mill:-... tni'i , . 1 1-1 1
i .1 t l ..-1 Kit' nni
I L1A .! -. ( iin TuTDii mm
lllil ilOir fW HI lilt- v.- I
He alluded to his recent tour throuph Ravon Rceuf. we understand is pood,
.1 o r .r !.,.,....., nn,t cn thi ernn in Lafotirche. trie
uie ntaie 01 1 ennessrr, uu .um ' , , -. 1
edhis entire confidence of the sue- daneer of b o.t and other vicissitudes,
cess of the democratic part v in that renders it altoeether impossible to
Stale. The meeting adjourned be- judge at this seasi n as to the proon.
fore Judge I), had concluded, to the 'lie product
STATU OF .V1SSOCRI I ss
Connly of Pike. S
h. il-he County Court. Aiicnst Term 1S44.
I I.t.I A XI ENGLISH, eiecntor of the
la.t will nnd testament of Joseph K.
1 Newton deceased, romci una run. m peii-
ti.in fr the tale of the real estate of .mil
. : . rn ..( cnr:ir 1 .1... ...... I .m.I .mil tvetition it acGOmnamea
- r ' 11- . ...j. ... ....v... ... .- .
. .1 - CIU,. . II'JT " toic .rnoiint of hi executorship, live
I, -.v c , ::n-act the follow ing. J u an(. . th e deeeai.
1 v?i l e irospects may be in Pf.nnil rcmaininir unpaid, nod an ioyentorj"
i 1' ...... .. -tf ., . . t.
of the n-Hl estate, the wnoie Tennru uj m
aiE.lnvit cf said eircutor: it is therefore or
dered by the court that all person, interest
ed iu said estate be notified hereof, and that
nnte.t the contrary be shown, on or before
thfi first day nf the next term of this court,
an order will be made for the tale of said
real estate or su much thereof a. will he
sufficient to pay the debt, of .aid estate,
and further ordered that notice bo giTen by
publication of tdis order io some newspaper'
in this State for six weeks.
A true capy from the Record.
Teste. A. II. Bl'CKNER.Cterk.
Ter S. W. Bccxsca, D. C. 4 .. .
r. . . . r I
,-i rtioi.s o II e rst ie,oi an auuii-
VH 'd 01 Si.'ir. inrv mi- iim o,
rnn" iittt: ' n
$jrDone ut low rn(es at this Offir.