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HIVOK & nURRAY, Editors.
" Saxcs rorci.1, srrBtKA lex isto. "
A. J. PICKETS, Fablisbcr '
BOWLING-GREEN, PIKE COUNTY, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1845.
Yolo me 1.
The election of member to the Con
vention, for the amendment of our Slate
Canstitntion; will take place on the 1st.
Moudsy in August next In impor
tance, thai election will be second to
none which has ever been held in this
State. Our Constitution formed for a
'ion in few counties, l
WHAT IS 10 BECOME OF
OUK COUNTRY t
BT JUDGE STOBT.
No Mr. "Tempest," we do not Tt e are pleaded to see that many
think your table show s any disposition of the principal journal of the demo-
on the part of the legislature ts give the cratic party, express a decided prefer
new enmities any very great preponder- enre f r the one terra system. Presi-
n . .1 v I. il . T ...... I -j flout P. 1L- Y,r liis t-f tor iti afrnnrl tf
anee. jsui we uo .una e VVn W reflect cn whs been.
either ignorant ry or willfully, grisly comm, t. d ., favor of that system. U e
mistakek. llo Journal. un--.i ,pf , , . rf,r.,und serte of tjle respon-
Thank you Snwbonts for the cotrpli- bring him again hc.ore the people, as a ilii:iti of thii re pul Pc to rdl future
ment which you have paid us. Had candidate for the Presidency, he will es? What v.ist motives press up.
one of acknowledged talent and learn- cl a nolle prt cedent for future Presi- on us for Ir ft v c!T,i tsw ha: bnlUsnt
rniA th. tthet to us. ncr- dents, and train an immortal honor for p'ospeets invite our enthusiasm
'"h -J'J"" 'l - il-
11 . . .... . . i iKt.i.t tn mn u . r n u.u t ...,... . .
..4.fh. itresent condition of haps we should have been ruffled in In- own name. Willi the people, the, ; . ""
not suited -to the present conamon . j . . 'mnnd our vieili.nce and mrideiate out
ur9tt. Bt the Constitution, it is .temper, nut coming irora inose hoot.- B,c . confidepce !
erovidedThat each county ehall be enti
tled t at least ene representative; and
yet that th whole number of represer.-
Satire shall never exceed one hundre a
ouslylicking themselves, we must bear They .hto see the txeculive office; 'p,ie Wd wor,d ,lJU arf,d ' r,,e,
i .. i ' f t j . -.v. . .1. - ii ! i . . .....
:B wall as we can, Ipe cnarge 01 otring manajjea nun inrjr iingieio me ru- t to n m Its unsealed b ooks, the
"either igr.orantly or willfully, grosfly fire and honor of tre country, and not beinninc and end of nil marvelous
.mistaken." We cannot promise to iol- with a iew to the re-eleclicm of the in- s' rubles in the rnuse if liberty.
. , , .- ... !. Drmrtv Sawboneii of ihe Journal cumbent. Thev wish to hear an end I'e'-e: loveiv Ureice! the land t
na'hundred; almost equal to the whole through at! the jnrgon and twatUe. i.l. made of the cry of briery, corruption . "n, rhV J
number of representatives allowed by which he ha filled one whole column of and the whole train of abuses and evils ait chnnfd thp VTnl of ii(;pr,v
th Constitution: and vet some of those his paper; simply because it is evidently conseqnrnt i.jon the two term sjAtem. i where is she? For two thousut.d
aounties number a population ten times an sttempt on his part to raise a tern- We h;.e. a ,d w e i'icere!y believe that ; ears the pressors have bt.iind her
greater thsn that conlsi
Hence, under cur present Constitution
it if utterablv impossill
anr reDresentation to our population, all that can reasonably be said about t!u- very ro Jih to our ta.c
Bat if all of our citizens are eqnal, and subject, when we reiterate what we said Tut Patsin.fT d a rrcoyo tcbk.
antilled to equal priwleges, representa- last week. Th-t with us. there certain- -W'r r.get : see an eff-rt matinp by
tion .tbe calculated according to ly were objection, to the bill; h the 3
population, or there is no justice in a ic.ea of pleaui.g a whole Slate was pre- ,)la( prev;.e,lt ,,, lk llPr ,,M or unplll
representative government. The qnes-' pokterous. No sent-iblr man could cx- to hve an eye to a se-juni term. Noth-'
ulation ten times an sttempt on Ins part to raise a tern- e lio;ie. a t we sincerely believe that : ears the oj;iresors have bt.und her
eined by others pest, but a glorious failure for want of Preii.Unt Polk will have the nerve to the e:ir.h. Ilerani arc no more
;ent Ccnstitution, force. And further, because it is scat- et the precedent. We sppend an arti- Tup lut sad n lics T her temples nre
Lie to apportion tcred over too much ground. We suy cle from the Nashville Ui.ion, which is h 1 'J ""ekaof rntl. ess soid.e-
"vi , f , . , . r ; ;l.e r8.iiienti or her c InT.ns t
p'li r -e.- i,i t;iP litis'. e' henutiful in
rtiin. She el! n t when t'e tr.iehtv
were i:r "n !fer s irg were uni
t?.i at Triern.opy ae nnd Mnr.iihon.
il.e lid-- of her triumph rolled
net 'he Heliospnr t. he fell
Hymen! Forbid it fWven!
I call upon vou. Fthart, by the
shades of yur ancestors, hy the dar
asties which repose in this precious
soil, by Till you hope to b, resist ev
ery Mtecnpt to fetter your conscience
or smother mur public schools, or
extinguish your system at public in
IraH'tipon you. Mothers, by that
winch never fails.m woman, the love
of yonr' offspring, to teach lijmai
they climb your knees to lean on
voyr bosom, the b'esinsrs of liberty.
Swey them at the nltar, as with the
baptismal vows, - to b tme t their
country, and never forsake her." -I
call upon you younp men to re
meiiil.er whose "n ye are. whose
Mood fluws in your veins. Life can
nver he too sh",rt which brings no
thing but disgrace "nd oppression.
Death can never come too soon, if
necessair, in defence of our country.
The last rare we II.
ROBERT EH MKT AND BIS LOVr.
'Twas the evening of a lovely dav
the Inst day of the noble and ill-fated
E'i'me-t. A youne I.dy stood at
the castle gste nnd desired admit-
such way at la aJanal atop the whola'
circulation of my blood. Be the
directed rnthaa as long a aigh'
as 1 could, and I wsiked into eSsjsef
completely cured. ! haver aec J,
dies in this eoaarrr, svMlit auderiag
under such malady, apiear with a.
wafer stuci oa each temple, which,
1 presume, was only a milder way
than my friend tha captain emplortjsj
of driving cfftli tormentor- afy
THE PROPOSED CONVEN-
A Convention is to be elected
next AtfgttssUo.re oadal ear CooataV
tution, aod tha importance of JOBb '
an election ia infinitely greater tha
any of the ordinary elections that di
vide parties and agitate tha country '
The most able and safe men in tha
country should be elected, the best
taleatt and largest share of expert-
ence and practical wisdom of taa
State should be called Into service.
The members of the eonventioa,
should be men who are above mere
pa rtizan influence, who will not be
controlled bv personal or local
viows, but who. in the liberal sntrit
of true patriotism, will seek to pro
. L r - m
tance into the dunireon. Sh. 9. i,no J uw ?.nor' PP""Js
clrselv veiled, and the keener rnl.t lnc country.
. t i . - 1. n tL n ,.A,.l I
Loci of liinitine ihe iudictal tenure, ot peci , ana mai noie omrovery in? wuuia oe more ( rej'i'iieni to the j ; ' ,- . I, I
appointment of the Judges by the Has nothing but a mighty effort on the "es, of the administration ihan , he '"J'" u""
VY ...... rc l e v. i ta prevalence oJ KMtniCi n iH: ylT r0kiu' i (.e-it; i.ci.n. it .isa re.in-;
governor, or uic.r cin-uU.. UJ - , - , . co.i.J be inJuc.-d t.. i.ecmue a e-i..'ida1e : V Jotie 0. ! T r, eorruptions, t)r-;o
pie, as well as, many others of the ut- ' make capital out of his slock in trade. fur re.eecli.,. I a.vser)!ir.c the cti.i- 1 n'.' a:.J d ! n!ii,s. i i, -
not imagine w ho she was. nor w hy
on ot such proud tearing should be
n itfr.lifnrl t e 1. a v. . J
ti J ,. ,.,.j ,i u j try conservative influence in that
!i..werr he granted the boon led l. j j i .- , j
D " hnnv anI Ann v . .nK?4.n(inl v.n.. H m
the dungeon, opened the massive
We do not need rash innovators '
or reckless reformers, but we should
elect such men cs will exercise a sal
4iuc fi.r ri... ki'I tin In a i f I,, v ...:':-.'. IIU '.1 rf , n'inKQ. i' itlnp than .ln..J !t . J
" . . ... " . .4. i . . uiiii -- - - it. ii ajui'i. . i tii . 1 1 r.r ii i ii -i ; i : , r i ; i .,
natiin of the Bahimi.r c.nvenui.i!, he' Ure! repu'jlf.in Uon:e! whose tl;" liv'Cr were alone. He leaned ,F?VeDU,D
i -i i i ) i I : Va A, nrt A amir va mmm
. ti,;. r.'-.ir, ...... ... ;. , . ..V ,i?-nsi p...... .-... ... OO.MI- eXDerimentalnatrhmzr and
ut i vi'. ' - hi i.ir i- v..r-.t.ii w r v im r i re cror. ',e. - J . J l - .v.a. ft . 1 J J . t n
"'. i., (..H 1 . . . , .. ma a.m. . Wlth the Con.titnttnn . hitt
ibi Kin -n io avai -iu ii : ri v t pi irii -urn nr ,i i nfun . i . i ---
body, and apply a substantial remedy
for the evil a that caused the call of
...r,.,n,V..ind.ci.r.e.ven- ,h fil fm-i, ... f.V" -i t." a." "Vf worKea . we" ,n PCtico
,,e ,, ,her,je.,y of religion. ,.r.d I ture d to -ze u 7 ".I :
!.,. ,n , , lur" " e-ze upon a.i t .at earJi.-j,;. jeature, ot the present ahonld
only know the right, of their ' it imposMble to do otherwise, and pay vicion that, at the er.rl of four j ears, he T(, i:ih!:N h,, , vtrsrd jn sonV.vTw'in t'Kv! S'Lvll U removt1 or properlv modified and
J; -but knowing will dare -ny regd to ti, common inter,,. "S,: a . - - T e, .. More S'be JJJ .f i
it.M 't "a.wnurn- h. had sometime made hioi think1.- "I 'w w"J'k
el..rr.!:e to,, 0f ,i.e empi.e. A !the world w alwrts stmshlne." I " 10 rrang .nd Bqoalizeth.
.r.. i,. disease wP, i.ron ,.r fvreiThe r.inl;r.(T nf ! rePresenll,uC " "cb manner that
fcHr er.-s.ed ti;e Kobuon. and '........w lit,. : . , .Iv" . "i every ee citize'n ol tha Mate will
,i .1.- ... t:... " ... -r : M 'la we'ghtm Uie legists.
most importance will also be brought which i rc7npy slim. They could
up for the consideration of that con cn- justry anrf appla'id the i.':tru-t Hill
tion. It is then highly important that oen. itson. on the ground that
. . .. i. j ? .
weseiect lor our represeniauve on u...-.ic. . u.c , , r,lKh. The dm cratic party, without
such an occasijn, not only the most tal- the Missouri river, and the manner in exceplim, approved this uV.err iti iticn.
oted but fearless and horiekt T.en men ! which this portion is settled, lender an! elected .Mr. P.lk under a full con- j (.
Buin'.am lucm. iml every n lnnaliTi t'i:it e lias eer
There now remains but a little mnre! In the name of God! in the name c f f ,r a nion,ei.i enteriained the i!ea of a
than thre months befure the election, i'lstice! in the name of all that is ho!! re-eleii4in is wholly unfounded. He
U U time then that the people were be- . "render
ginning to canvass ia earnest the merits (are Ca-sar
of the great questions to be decided, as Senator-
well as the abilitv and the fidelity of the ! Like other men, douli less, he has his the country, relvinp firmly upon tVe
men by whom they are to be represent- ' f-Ui. If any grievous sin he has com- eeneran. "nr...rt ,.f I is le.low-ei..J:ei.s. j . ou.p'et. ,1 a.ly w hnt w.. he?un ot J meeting, perch
d. We will sav to the Deonle of Pike ! mitted. tlie sovereigns of the land will " -j"?! b;tr,y.d Rome.- vf n, inly ;h,n
and the north east, let us undei stand the punish him for that sin, by visiting upon ti.- of t.e hH ir.es cf the people.
questions to be decided, and be sure that , hishead their censure. The E lit- B it ivl en his present lime shall expire,
waselert pnmntn m.n w haairr i:h ors seems to ha e throw n aside the ciiar- he will ssiirelly retire, and Icaie the
us on those questions.
rui.to Ca-sar the things which entered up .a the duties of hi office ; E,i,r ''
, ., , . i - e withaf;al resolution to administer ! " u us c'1
'sar s. iv e do not claim fur our .... . , .1,. m.
the government will an eye smple tn I ' " "ep
r, Dr. e'Wn, infallibility. the advancement of the beat interests of ch.tud er.
us d.d not r-ai..re her health hy land .he vept like a child. Emmet'
Prnbllir of th. Sena:. . aid but l.ttU, yet he presd hr
.I.:r.s. l;r swarm, of the north.; in;, hed a si!ent meetinrz-surh a
acteristic candor of the men, and l0 ! choice of a successor to the people.
have substituted low and party slang,
f jr argument, and an ungenerous im-
We learn from a gentleman just from j pungnment of Welborn's motives for
e eastern part of Lincoln county, tliat , loeic. " Tempestuous " " blast the
Some writer gives the f.d'uwing
j jst i!"rii' i-n of tiijotri-:
r5'!:""y hiii ii" liiid. aid cannot
i. i P i,,,, hi a '. m'1 cantit t
m; k. t . i.eh.-r f n' f.-r ken
efine. nnd fi-'n-e Iter wuijj f r
t n n ir r.i v ierRti 'n.'
'i ENCLi-l! V nils ON HEMP
he eastern part of Lincoln county, tliat , logic. " Tempest
a most horrid affair came off in that i hopes ef republican government
county upon fnday the 10th inst. The j 'bae ly sulmitted tool," etc; dance f-(. 1; m d a:.n she moves i is in
psrticulars as we gather them, areas through this whole editorial inc'.l the wrntii; when she p;iuss, it is itmid
follows: In attempting to drive Turiibu'.i;mcze of nonsensical confusion. Itre-I'i'tn: h t payers arc curses, hei
and family off, a general fight took t lace, ' qn ires great depth cf erudition o ! ''v"":u -' . d"la,'l': '"M". -
in: n.r,t:. n...:. . T . . 'iwiri.n in the ...v,d olv..fms;i
... ..i.i.v.. ja.i-, niic . uiuig raake sounnmg enarges ui.i ackec un- j ,or t
man, and of irreproachable reputation supported l y rne single icta t.f proof, j , i p ...j,, j. ;,
was kuiea, Dy the psssage c.rtliree bahs , The Journal says Dr. v elborii ' has I
through his body- James Turnbull, is a , Lasely submitted himself to he tl c toI ;
young man without family , badly wound- !of a selfish a::d corrupt pa'ty." Upon
edinthe throat, recovery hopeless. 'what authority, upon what evidence
iiiiii(iuu jiorvcn, a man 01 iuini:y. i tioeg tr.e Journal rnuKC mis sw cejiinj,
wounded in the head and back. John I clmrce? Is it his stern and uiil.emlinjr I
;)avis and Squire Turnbull, both wound-j devotion to republican principles, and
rd, although there is but little doubt as his thoughruueh hatred of every prin
to the reco-ery of the three last named. : cip'ic of Federalism, which has brought
Comment, censure or crimination, we j -ipon him the fierce assaults of a parti
Oow feel would be useless, perhaps zan press, and the sobriquet of "tcol."
wrong; we would prefer for the honor Such unjust, ungenerous and wi-te at
f imrcor.try, U ene!opo this wh It tacks upon the motives and views of
transaction in darkne&s, but w e have any man, in any station, w han the ob
become the chroniclers of passing events, ' ject w ith w hith these assaults ere n ade.
and of course note this dnun. i :.- . ; i.,t .. :t t... , ; i
..... is su ci luii' n in lii-i.'i. ''I
ti.. e7i I " . 'the puMic estimation. Once more to
ihe lullo wing gentlemen compose the), , , . r. ,
vduiiicioi uov. tiUwards:
mnce, as is held in hea-
ere we part no more.
ri... I.: l . 'i . . . . i V .
. r werooon, ann so.d,inaiow voicehe b hf her
I'll! Ihe neon e on in tin. t n Km. mnr I... , . c..
ty , . .. ..... 'received his inanimate body. He
.' T? , ;pl'D1JCS,0' Td To'"' bvrona davs-the happy
iZT vln !S "r 'T0"nf"n ho"" of childhood, when his hope,
a'aly - Venice and Genoa exist hut in ...... kr:,.i,, j . r
J . were ontni nnn oinrmnt rrl
turenf the State This ahauld be
the primary, iendmg end controlling
object of the members.
Equal representation is a question
on which there should be no eom-
j promise, end the utmost care should
I be taker, to secure it. and to provide
?rn'Te j that it shall be kept so.
Ihe t'onvention would act wisely
in not making many changes, but on
ly to correct such parts as hare work-
enice ana uenoa exist nut in ...... k,:,.i,t j i ' iu tui icti iucii firuj iiuic ui
The Alps, indeed, look down V . 7, nd Pl,n"-n' - ed evil in practice, or are dfceidedly
f brave and peaceful Swiss in f ' . b;T rP(' e''n-' hr sometimes ' w i ,,iin.-iple. To effect the
of their freedom i their u.;.U.i. .nA re ra'towed to .ls memory from
theirnative astne.s.; hut the pnarar.'v 1 "V1 P'"" na scenes mat , 0bjects of the Convention, to do good
...4 Va...M A . t ill. K... fL
I . . - .-. l!iL'tCr,IS CI II. UIC It I iyv a k ..I
n.. . . Ihli IJt t lit ii. inlii.ni.. ...1 ..I .T J - . .
hoi meir sirenCtn. i he mounMins are V , '-"-, .' '"" " ents of the State should be emplor-
not easily retained. When the invader ,,p w",,r, P'unre his name wiihd: it wiI, not be , bod;
comes, he moves like the avalanche, car- orj, and r. nten rt he prayed she j ieM;...n w;u not be tedious, an'd our
rj,nl? ce.ir.:,on , n pa h. Ihe -.. " n-nir .o m snen . Oth- firf me nflbrd 0 end (hori
... H. ... , j o. n vrv. . lia-ri. a lit WUUIl" - .wik- I : C I. I ! 14 lw 1 1
n.nm.-0( ... ... . .n.r,- , presents her eternal harrier on eve
upon some dm.lie,! ., . . . .
, . , , . , ... i . - . urr.e in ints important ana responsi-
IZ'rhl P.n P r Kd he,,,, Ur 'nr:- rr,nbrfd,,he;ble Assembly. The people shouli
too routrh lor valuable conquest. Na-hnur o. execution. The turn-key S mn0 ... ..!.. nvnij ,v. Li.v n.rti.
- s l I .r. j. I-
:...r...-..ua.ierna,nTB tre tears z.in. the not house ool.tician. the mart
fom ins eves, r.e onnrutH . .' . r . .
hili.m. Ard S i.zerland remains, with from their for emhr.cV, and led the Wn, , r8'-n ,n0P ,D"uen"
hersi-nple instituti..,,,, a military ro.d hrfv from the dungeon. lt the en' ' an'" TTTaI A' ?V
to clima.es scarcely w. rth a permanent tr,nCP ,,,e tllrn,dfe,ind P, I? All snch should be dcarded,
!r;.e.sion ardrrotecttdbythejealusy:me,tl, .cou,j hrewS " '"5 .h,Sh4.m0al P,atM.
- .... . . ......... ()F IIPr nprrr,ri(,r, , , auu uui uxuiiv vi inn. aiiici Minnu
I'ii.M AM VV stand the latest, and if we fall, ; ,e d' 7 V, . hinges, and be selected: Demagogues should ba
Py :! e F.n.i-h i -npeis ,,-cri.ed b. pro'. Wv the last example rf elf-g-iv- '"v P"" l1 ,""efr' ntt f'rev-; carefully discarded by the people,
tli v'uii. '.a. i ;i.'"-rs t'-.T, r iuiii' i ernment ly the people. We have be-; er .re n" l'elvrr' 7 iandevey mnn who goes into that
l.t na.i.cioits :i:t-! - win-It Sir II . gun if under circumstances of the most ,A ""nr,'r W morn-ng he suffer-: Convention should divest himself of
ert Pv! pivpos. J t.- rolmii ii. T - f.n
'l::ri:i duty f'e. v:s .hit i-t hrnii.
pri jM-s'd i ! ns i d pl y..
'tl t:ip ITmIisk of Cuinrfl 'tis i.V II ii...
;) i ! 2';ft. '' 'in- iit:'v ..;!; I.-.: p.
it.. i.rh it was li::;e pel" re. is rnw
auspico... nature. We are in the vie-. ro g,","y--a martyr io nis coon- hig prpjU(iicpgt ,nd enter upon hi
or of youth. Our growth has r.ever !r.v- .... ! duties with a full determinelion to de
been checked by the r.ppresi..n , f ty-! , yote bis utmost energies to the forma-
rai'fv. Our rons'itnti.ns never have lh myrtle .bnwart, J . n .,- ,i,, -m
. mum er ion ir.iuti nnned; I " " uumuiuuuu .- .....
he f.d.d 'midst Imlian tntn, I truly Kpub!iecn i3 its ckaracUT-
1 ! U.t of thai fir band." I thnt u.-itl rrimnt. lh. nnlJi Anl.
" fti vnjvib a,atw kuvii kwvm)
Ipen ptifreMed bv ihe vices or luxuries
of 'be wnrSil
I I . 'Pi. :.. 1 i Vitf i eta as o r-m Itai-ak rtnsn r-nm ' 'T... .l . I. l r a i .1
lPii.e i.jKen . -.v. v. i is in-- , ...... ...... inmiiiiiir lana oi i:aiy viht and be satisfactory to the people..
T.f .... :-..ft the hmnnior, -mple. hardy. inieP.-eft. Ml,n,ficer:t snene! A pale rmati-! The making of the fundamental
i?r..vv, : v e i-ok f rvs i- ' '."'" ""' V upon her bed of death. ; Jaws should not be trusted to exneri-
.. .,, ...... ... .to res . i.e nu. ime r,., between ns oki it . i. i... j- r... . ,.. . V-..
' . ' ' '. . .- " .d r,.rn.idMhle f... Wi.hin ..r , ' M ' "c4 '1,r' ,ar centers, out snouia oe a worx oi me
vihrn. wi I. inrreasert skill f.U cure v , ,t'imt:ome, in this beautiful Innd. utmost r.nutionand
ici i ion i. nicauii i; ,iiimi(.ii ij.uiiv 11 r- ' ... I
A fine body of Chn'k has been re-
i rr h'i ' rt.-1 '
tiean ii ;ii I e,
An-ei ic:in remp wil1
II,. 'i.. !i ill hc E.S r
t I'M W lit
F. H. Martin, Secretary cf State;
mniam Monroe, Auuitor: Attorney ,. ... ,.r th. (T
u r- c. r . cemiy c.BCOerou on uie wsiize river, " - I ". -
Oener.I,B.F.Stnngrenow Treasurer, ; o,.." I m.-tensn- at resent the exp-r-i
Peter G. Glover; Register, G. W. Huston.
....!..... i.i i . . .: .
rrees of latit.-de. w-e h?ve the choice of' V" UM,"'n f ' ana ' 11113 u 8 9u0Jecl th8t
,ni.i.v pro.-l.:eu M,d mui.v me.iis. f it.de- M'n'' D" co IfK ly to the pi the careful attention of the people,
pend-nre. The C- v en ment is mild. ' II'"1' u , 0,1 Rr her star was set! nnd it should excite no ordinary de
The press i. free. Knowledge reaches. ' ne lriL'i:!nss of her drecm had fa- Kree if interest.
' . . - . ' .!...( U.. 1 . I I .... . O
or may rcaih every Jion:e. What fairer . "rt "tari w..s rroKen. What:
23" Better mind how vou deal in ha!-
ters before you know how to use lhcmcutive of the State
wgiugei caugnt. Mo. Journal.
Don't deal in the article, neighbors
but we know where some ought to be
disposed of. If the Journal men are
not good at guessing, let them look into
; it, nnd enh -n.-in" its p u-
13-Pists II. Sheltoh. , . of St.
Charles county, has been appointed, by
ti t. of hemp f Enghind. and thus prospect of snccr-ss could Le presented? Ues ';nvc '""'n formed on earth I IMIUKIAM tJ.UhsnON.
An animated crntest is going on in i'i"i,r tn-'el v rhjsn i!ie d oand lor . Wlnt is more necessary than f. r the , cA" burr mi ties what is more heart-! The validity of a Sherin a deed to
people io preserve wnat mey tnem-: ,r",''.iT r.a Bconizmc to trie r pint, : me conveyance vi mie to property,
se'ves have created. than to find ot last the beloved one under what is known as the infamous
Already has the ag cauIt the spirit ' ' n.tfehed away, and all our love is i Tax law of 1E43, is likely to b- de
of our iiibUt.-tions-. It has ascended on en Io '-a pushing flow er." Enonch! termmed hy the United States Cir
theAr.di's. bmI snutTe I the breee of e died ilie hetrothrd of Robert Et- ' cuit Court, now in session in"tli:i ci
bi.thocesns. I: has infused itself into I met, the lovely Snrnh Currsn. tn-ity. The o,nestion comes ifp by" the
ihe life-Wood .f E .trope, pr.d w armed 1 1 v ronfnir s her last remains its ' production of one of these deeds in
the s.mrv pl .ins ,,f France, and the : fiV.wr breathe their fragrance over ' evidence of title to a parcel of I.-.nd
low-land of Holland. It has touched her prnve. rnd the , ,.r .k. : in rontrnrercv. The whei iif
.nr jiri.iiisiipn, hi urinmiij B..U tue
Rhude Inland, for the office cf chiifExe-
Tho contest there aNOTM Elt PKI NT l-.!M. THE
is not for Whig or Democrat, but the; IT. S. ST.NMTE.
war cry is '-liberty or slavery, Dorr or T; p J'., lad, Ipl in S.-r.tinel sny
Anti-Dorr. j that Cnioerot, the n .! lertrd -n
ir om fi lit: -' tv..n.-,-ervpfl i :i-l'
ailltl.U UI ajouuvii 1 4'itvauun .
In eighteen hundred & "go to sleep.'
n'ar n; : .i i .'..; to
l-itsin. si, was i. pr.iciical p- inter (;
a n.inilar (f years, nnd hasiien to
' v ...k ..-.i ....... .4 . i .t..
.leSD. .. , .x.i-.-ii i. .""i"K vriiii. ionium tiio
v .. eminence hy his fa-enls a.-.d in ., , . . ,
See revised code. When was Cant. T... . ,. nfl:.r.u . aotitn ra. openea io oreeeeme lessons
tUGcV. Inspector of the Stat. Tnhav.,Kvm'k.d. iliienvered Jlfr. .Wi.UlM? I r.ftL. r.U i f her b"er 8
- -ww,ww - ' f HIT i t rrxi in 'i ' wi tun i iaii iu
Warehouse at St. Louig. ! the line of r ro.-n- tion.
There has teen a regular "flare tip" , I
!.- o. . ' f'.nl th Hub. t
wen uie salesman and th. Il,.f R one newspaper
about notbinir. N'. ,,. i l condidate for Congress in the Fay- are said to havK been 100..
" " CTI 7IUWT 1 I . '
;rt Yeoi.ansaysj r ,
, . ., ... 7 I pXrThe average receipts of the
. iJuisna.1 v.i.l le;Gobe nev,.gf,aper tilT last fifteen
' 000 per annum-
t.'cn it bit that America under such
circumstances can betiav herself?
That 8hv is to be added to the cata
logue of repfrblics, the intciption
upon whose ruin is. "they were but
they are nrtt" Fcrbid itmy coon-
shepherds' lute sounds a reqoiremtQterday was occupied in the hearing
her memory. af argument in the case. Mr. Gitea
occun ed tha fore part of the dav in
Singular Cure fob the IltaDrHi. ' coQteslirrg thn validity arf. ssash) deed.
I had a vielent headache, which! Mr Spas,?ikg took the -opposite
eround. A the decision iavolver
the title to a vast amount of proper
ty, the decision of the court will l.:
looked for with much interest.
the captain r.ndertook t; cure and he
certainly succeeded. He made me
sit down, seized hold of my caput,
and, rlccipg a thumb on each of rr.v
temporal arteries, pressed them ?n RPblica".