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SATURDAY MORNING VISITOR.
conform and tubmit to it for the short in
tervening period before Congress altera
ble, end could legislate on the subject.
The viewi entertained by the Execu
tive on thin point ere contained iri a com
munication nf IhVSecreUryJof Stale, da
ted on the 7th of October last, which wai
forwarded for publication in New Mexi
co, a oopy ot which ii herewith transmit
ted. The small military force of the reg
lar army which was sarving within the
limits of the acquired. territories at the
close of the war, remained in them, and
additional forces have been ordered there
for (he protection of the inhabitant, and
to preserve and secure the rights and in
terests 4 the United State.
JJ"TbMS $2 FE AN.1UM, CASH.J
CMTV OF IIYf JC&f II
SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. 23.
' ', Christmas. Monday next is Christmas,
arid as it is etistomary lor all branches of
business to be '.suspended for a few days,
we shall so far yield to the custom as to
issue only half sheet next veek. We
feel that a few days of relaxation from la
bor, after a year's constant toil, will be of
service to us and independent of this,
ur 'impf claims the tienial holiday season,
end we haven't the conscience to deny
him this time honored privilege.
j To Administrators, c As it is but a
few weeks until the regular term of the
County Court comes on, administrators
and others having business to transact,
which requires previous advertising, are
hereby informed that it must be handed
in within :fle nkt two weeks, in order to
be disposed of at the ensuing January ses
sion. All interested will think of this
matter in time.
I3"As the time for yearly settlements
is at hand, we hope that many wlm are in
arrears with us, will do us the kindness
to call in snd pay up. It is a fact tho'
the world in general, and many of our
patrons inpartiuular, act a if they believed
otherwise that we cannot live and thrive
en empty and unfulfilled promises, a sire,
gle whit better or easir than other people,
and we therefore, call upon all who know
themselves to be behind with us more than
one year's subscription, to cme forward
and square up, and begin the new year
with a quiet conscience. To our adverti
sing patrons we would say that we are al
ways ready to receive and receipt for any
mounts due us. We want money and
must have it, and if this manner of dun
ning will not bir it, we must try some
tftfler plan. Money we are bound tb Have
"peaceably, if we can, but forcibly, if we
musl.'l This is the good old Jackson rule
of doing business, and we hope no one
will complain if it is brought to bear up
on them,' after being duly admonished.
- 2The weather, for the last few days,
has been unusually severe, and ullho' the
sun shone out all day yesterday, the effect
upon the snow, which' is now1 several inch
es deep, was hardly perceptible. WVbe
lieve there has boen little or no sleighirg
as yet, though the present state of the
weather is quite favorable for that kind of
amusement. The river is frozen over at
this point, and will probably continue so
for some time.
We understand that it is intended by
the Ladies of the "Presbyterian Church to
hold a Festival for the purpose of raising
means to defray the balance due for plas
tering, for stove pipe, and to pay for put
ting up suitable steps at the doors. The
design of this festival is very commenda
ble and praise-worthy, and we should be
pleased to see it largely attended, that the
objects had in view may be fully accom
plishedas such things most usually sre,
when undertaken by the ladies. The fes
tival will be held in the Court-house, on
Wednesday evening, the 27lh int. Let
all who desire to see an ornament to our
young city not only freed from embarrass
ment, but rendered comfortable and con
venient, hiy by a few dimes for this par
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i-reswetu s uestage. we lay petbre
our readers this week the most important
portion of this document. Its enormous
length prevents our giving the whole of
it, and as we shall issue only a half sheet
next werk, by the time we put out a full
sheet, we reckon the desire to read it will
have worn off, and we will endeavor to
gite Cur readers something else equally
Change of I'enue. Win. Clardy, charg
ed with the murder of Ponds, who
was to have been tried at a special term
of the Hickory Circuit Court, on Monday
last, has obtained a change to this county.
He was returned lo our jail a few dujs
since, for safe keeping, until he can have
a trial. We have not learned whether
Judge Wright has fixed upon a day for o
(Ex-Governor Fitzpatrick has been
appointed by the Governor of Alabama,
to fill the vacancy in flits U. S. Senate oc
casioned by the death of the Hon. Dixon
II. Lew is.
which was read and laid over under the
A resolution was submitted as to the
propriety of granting to Texas all lands
west of the Rio Grande. Objection be
ing made to the resolution, it was laid o
ver. After debating several propositions for
reporting the proceedings of the House,
On motion the House adjourned.
CENSUS FOri 1848.
We have been endeavoring for two or
three weeks, to obtain complete returns
from all the counties in the State, of the
late census, but as j et we have riot suc
ceeded. The list as published this week,
leaves eight counties still unheard from at
the last dates from JefTerson City, viz :
Clark, Dunklin, Franklin, Jackson, Jas
per, Marion, Van Huron and Wricht.
The Sheriff are required lo make these
returns to the Secretary of State, before
the first Monday in November, and any
failure to comply with this law, subjects
the negligent officer to a line of five hun
dred dollars. How many of these eirrht
Cast & Van Buren over Taylor, 16,660
Polk over Clay in 1844, 5,106
Total vote in '44 was 485,883
Total vote now, including an estimate of
3000or scattering, 456,662
Falling off in total vote since '44 29,220
Taylor's vote less than Clay's, 13,031
Cass and Van Buren less than Polk 2,471.
The rggrf gate vole stands thus :
Van Buren, 35,394
Cass over Taylor, 16,4:27
Cass over Van Buren, 119,289
Cass & Von Buren over Taylor, 51,921
Taylor & Van Buren oer Cass, 17,007
Official. Vast, 31,294; Taylor, 30,-
423. Majority for Cuss, 871.
The returns from this State, show that
delinquent sheriff will pay the fom-iture Cats w ill get about 875) Majority .
they have incurred? We venture the
prediction that not one of theui will te re
quired to pay a cent:
"JEWe give, this week, the result of
the late election in all the States, from
which it will be seen that the popular ma
jority for Gen. Taylor will be about 25,
000 after deducting from 10,000 lo 15,000
votes for South Carolina, where the Elec
tors are chosen by the Legislature.
fr$The Legislature of this Stale con
venes air Jefferson City on Monday next,
23th inef. The present session will be
one of great importance to the people of
the-whble State. The amendments to the
Constitution are to be passed upon, a U.
8. Senator if to be elected for six years,
and many other matter of interest to the
people will be acted upon. We shall en
deavor to keep our readers advised of the
most important transactions going on in
riThe Western Jourmt, for December
has been received, and fully sustains the
high reputation of the previous numbers.
Instead of a monthly, it will hereafter be
issued once in two months,-or six num
bers to the volume, each number contain
ing 12 pages, and a general index will be
made up and published at ! the close of
ch voJe: The price will remain as
heretofore $3 00 per annum, prjablein
advance. ". '
Arkansas. Hon. Solon Boflartd has
been elected' by the Legislature of this
Slate, a member of the U. S. Senate for
six years from the 4ih of March next.
JIThe cholera has again reached the
U. State., several cases having occurred
at Stolen Island and New York city, a
number of them pro iug fatal.
?f?:T. B. Floyd'was elected Ly the Le
gislature, Governor of Virginia, ou the
13Ji inst., on the third bal lotting-.
JfThe N. Carolina Legislature, had
not elected a U. S. Senator on the 13ih.
On the first ballot Mr. Badger received
82 votes necessary to a choice 85.
Washington, Dec. 12. 8 p. M.
After prayer by the Chaplain, the Rev.
Mr. Lenton presented a petition from a
number of citizens of New Mexico, pray
ing the establishment of a territorial government.
Upon the motion to rdVr and print, the
discussion was very animated, in which
the best talents of ilie Senate were enga
ged, among tlum Messrs. Clayton, Ben
ton and Calhoun, some angry words pass
ed between Messrs. Benton, Calhoun end
Westcott. After explanation from Mr,
Calhoun, the motion was-carried.
In pursuance of previous notice, Mr.
Douglass introduced a bill providing Ibr
the establishment of a territorial govern
ment ift California.
House. After transacting unimportant
business, Mr. Palfrey asked leave to in
troduce a bill brohibiliiiff slavery in tl;e
District of Columbia refused.
Mr. Root introduced a resolution di
recting the Committee on territories to re
port a bill organizing territorial govern
ments in California and New Mex:co, and
excluding slavery from said territories.
A motion was made to lay the resolu
tion on the table, which was rejected. The
resolution was then laid over, tinder the
Washington, Dec. 13' 8 p. m.
Senate. After prayer by the Chaplain,
sundry petitions and memorials' were pre
sented and appropriately referred. A
mong them, Mr. Cameron presented me
morial, numerously signed by citizens of
Columbia county, Pennsylvania, praying
a reduction of the tariff of 1846.
; Mr. Dickinson snbmitted a resolution
instructing the committee on Post Offices
and Post Roads, respecting Mhe mail ser
vice.'' Mr. Woodbury- pave notice that on
Tuesday next he wbuld call up bill pro
viding for the retired list. --
On motion of Mr. Dix, the Senate ad
House. The standing committees were
ealled in order by the Speaker for reports,
after which sundry petitions were pre
sented and referred.
Mr. Henry submitted a resolution di
recting; enquiry into the expediency of es
tablishing branch mint in California,
Ste. Genevieve, -
Gfiiaal. Taylor, 40,009; Cass, aT,
800 ; Van Buren, 849 ; Smith, 77.
Taylor's inajoriiy over Cass, 3,129
The Richmond Enquirer estimate's the
majority for Cass in that State, at 1,369,
3oyj one county, (Braxton J to hear from.
1583: NEW HAMPSHIRE.
125061 Cass' majority in New Hampshire' is
4.310 ever the combined vote of Taylor
and Van Buren.
Taylor, 6,689 Cass, 3,600; Van Bu
Taylor over Cass,
Taylor over Cass & V. Buren,
Taylor over Cass,
Taylor over Cass,
The official majority of Cass over Tay
lor in Arkansas is 1,592.
Unofficial. Sufficient returns have
been received to show that Fhirid.i will
give Taylor a majority of 70Cf"to 1,000.
DRAW NEAR YE SICK!
IIoI every one that thirsleth,
Unto Bragg's fountain go ;
Which, for the fainting traveller,
In healthful streams doth flow.
Why seek ye broken cisterns,
All tainted and impure,
To cool your raging fevers,
When Br a r.o's sweet pills will cure!
No more seek calomel fountains,
Which poison every breath,
With fever, pain and anguish,
That terminate in death.
Taylor's majority in Tennessee is j wm ye ymr m(mf.
( lay's majority over Polk, was 0n' in vuil
To'meel with disappointment,
And fill jour bones with pain.
Then hred the voice of Wisdom,
And to Brai.u's Factoiiy b'o,
: here sugar corted tonic j ills
In million miliums Stw.
. aj .or major., y ...m.s.ana .s ; ,j0 j flm,
l lie uemocr.us carrieu mis Mate in io n
10989 h? a majority or 689.
4167: NORTH CAROLINA.
North Carolina gave Taylor a majority
5848 nf 8.5S1 over Gen. Cass. Mr. (.'lav's
majority over Mr. Polk, in 1844, was 3,-
fH'"C" Offiwl. Taylor, 186,112; Cass, 172,
3866 G61; Van Buren, 11, t;0.
Invites you till go there,
Where life, in full abundance,
Awaits with you lo share.
Tor sale by Ttrown Si Dunir, Vnrsaw.
See L)r. iiasg's advertisement in anoth
IMPORTANT TO CONSUMPTIVE.
Slrane! That so many w l.'o ac'e afflict
ed with a Cough, which is gradually wear
ing them dow n slow Iv, bin surelv. stctil-
j ini them inio that dri-aufn! diseuse, CON
SUMPTION a dnease whi'.'h"1 carries
off its hundreds daily are doing nothing ;
or, what is worse, gorging themselves
!... III. .1. . ....,. .1 ,
MASSACHUSETTS I I'ustivm, iu;u are puueu loinc skips
Tavlor. 61.070: Ca.aT 35.281: Van i ,or cur ,heJ' nre iJ ,0 l,1,ve 'n'' c"!'1 011
4836 Buren 3S 0,',8. i some 'or,'p" ur ""'.now n persons w hen
8347 Tavior Ur r.. sr. two . v. iWn lhtT mg,,t Pi,ive,y l lire'1 "'P
Taylor's majority over Caso,
" " " both,
13257 ! Taylor, 6,421 ; Cass, 5.80S; V. Buren
I Taylor over Cas, 523.
over Cass, 2 777 ; Ca
4780 over Taylor, 12.269.
iss and Yu
The Louisville Courier snvs :
Buren ; aer' Compound Syrup of Liverwort
' and Jar, which still continues lo effect ll.e
! most wonderful cures eier recorded in the
, , annals of medicine. For proof of this,
"A tele- ... ,. , .
i ,. . ... ... , . i me reaucr lias oiu lo reirr lo the ljiini ii-
c-jio crapluo despatch from I ranklorl, y ester- , . , ... , , 1 .
9-149'; 1 . ' J J let, and peruse certificates Irom Jndgci ot
jriu dav afternoon, Hilonns us that the official 1 ,, n , ... ., ,. , ... ,
22 ' r .. . t- i the Courts, Ministers ol the Gospel, and
3453 in.ijori'.y for Gen. 1 avlor in Kentucky, as , , .. . . T1, . , , ,. ,
SQl .J.J.l I.. .. . r w,.... 17 (what ,s "Z") Physician, of the high-
J - i psl cfnmtiitfr. u brt Iiiivi
oflici.il returns, as .tven in
Tlie following is the official result in
New York, ,
'. Taylor, 218,551 ; Van Buren, 120,519;
Cast 714,592. V
Taylor's majority over Cass, 103,959
Taylor's tnaiority over Van Buren 1)8.032
Van Buren' majority over Casi, 5,927 following result :
, Augusta Age, show a plurality lor Cass,
5810 of 4,859 er Tav lor. Van Buren's vote
3923 ' 15'12'1- Ti,)'lr nd Van Buren ocr
0471 Cas- "2(J5
j The following is the ollkial vote of In
C6C9 diami, as counted by the proper aulhori-
5852 "'"r as' 74,964
For Taylor, 70,159
For Van Buren. 8,642
Cass over Taylor, 4,535
According to the official vole in Georgia
Gen. Taylor's majorify over Gen. Cass is
3870' ''e ''c'a' Vule f 1'1,s 'n1?, i fol
6755 'ow: Cass, 40.077; Taylor, 32,671.
I Majoriiy for Cass, 7,406.
3929' The official vote of Illinois, shows the
4844 Allowing result : For Cass, 55,027 ; Tay
lor, 51,660; Van Buren, 14,435-Cas'
3286 j majority over Taylor, 3,367.
7216! 10 WA-
4782 i Ca majority over' Taylor is 1,522,
exclusive of Pottawatomie county, which
gave Taylor 483 majority. Van Buren
obtained 1,100 votes.
The following is the complete vote:
Taylor, 20,980 Cass, 16,596; Van
Taylor over Cass, 3,384
Taylor less than Cass It V. Buren, 1,700
Full returna from thit State show the
est standing, who have pretcril l-d it suc
cessfully in their practice after all olher
means had failed.
Sold by the Agpnts only,
liltUlVXS,- 1)1. , H-,;r.Tp.
FROM MAINE TO MISSISSIPPI,
FROM OREGON TO FLORIDA,
The wonderful rfovts ot IVistar's Hokum
of Wild Cherry in ourini; all diseases of j
the luns, are as familiar as household j
words. Where there is a consiiluiionul J
prv-dispositiun to consumption, it keeps I
j the insidious destroy er at bay . and w e ven- i
lure to hflirm that no one ever died of that'
complaint, w ho had recourse lo this rem
edy when the first symptoms of its ap
proach appeared. ShoUf0ii:rsr who have
sought another elimate in the hopes of be- !
ing relieved from Bronchitis undConsump-
tion, and who have laid their boners in a i
foreign land, with none but strangers to
perforin the last offices of respect, might
now be living in health, encircled by friends
and kindred, hail they betaken themselves
to this infullible remedy, instead of going
'nto voluntary exile. Coughs, Colds, Asth
ma, Bronchitis, Pleurisy, Sore "Throat,
Rheumatism, Croup ; and all of thote dis
eases of the organs of respiration whidh
invariably lead lo Death if neglected, can
be removed by a few bottles of Wistar'a
See advertisement. -'
Sold in Warsaw, only by
s ' BROWN & DUSS.
VOTICE is hereby given to all creditors
11 and others interested in the estate of
Jonas Heath, deo'd, that at the next Jan
uary term of the Denton county court, I
will make application for a final settle
ment of my administration of said estate.
JAS. BllOWDER," Adm'r.
ILL persons Interested are hereby noU-.
find that the undersigned, Executors of
the estate of Henry Avery, deo'd., will at
the next Jebmary term or the Henry
County Court, apply for a finaJ settlement
of our administration of said estate
' P. O. A VARY, '
Wonderful 1 Extraordinaryll &
fONSUMPTION can e Cored t And
v t.u ucij ino wikmu wor.u to produce
such stroiiffand undoubted testimony from
men of such hiirh standing as we have, in
favor of Dr. ROGEttS' LIVERWORT
AND TAR, in curing consumption, and
breaking up the most distressing cough ia
a fjw hours time.
Consumptives, Despair nut there is Hopt,
even for the Dying I
This is to certify, that some time since,
I was taken with a pain in my aide and
breast ; 1 called in the aid of several phy
sicians, but ihey failed to Rivo me any re
lief, nnd lor the space of one year I grew
rapidly worse. In additiou to this, I was
attacked w ith a violent couirhj although
an excellent physician lived in the same
house, and used the greatest exertion, and
paid the strictest attention, it bafBed all
his skill tw o others were called in, one
of wliit h was an ajred and skillrul physi
cian, but all their eilbi't proved alike un
availing. At lust, a physician who was
attending a camp ineetinfin the neighbor
hood, came to sec me, and declared that I
could not last more than one day longer;
also, all the vast number who came to see
mo. believed that a few days at most, must
end my earthly career. My frier ds were
now called in to see me die! Rut my bro
ther, at this crisis, (heariuir of the aston
ishing cures pi'i-foi-mitd by Dr. Rogers'
Compound Syrup of I ivL: .vort and Tar.)
w ent to Oiiilli.-iuhe iunt back, a distance?
of sify miles, in thirteen hour, to get
some of the above medicine j I commenc
ed taking' it, and strange to tell, before I
hud used ha.'f a bottle, the cough was en
tiiely cured; from this time I recovered
rapidly, and when I had urd two bottles,
I was nble to assume my family vocntipiu
a usual. 1 am fully satisfied that if it l&h
not li. en lor this excellent medicine, I
would now be in my (crave, find must, in
.jtistire, suy that I truly reluin my sincere
thanks to tl.n iuvi-uiur of this priceless
iiici!ii-inc, and w ould rec.it. mend all per
sons afflicted wi:h di-castd liniLM.to civ
it a trial.
Stanton, fVb. 7, lrt-lli.
We, the underfilled, do certify that this
a iron ut of Mrs. Rowe is correct, we ba
ins personally ticipiniiitcd ith all the eir
ciiiiist:ni'i.'S. , , .
R. I'. Johnson, l r. Mattucws,
Thus. ChAiii, Jos. Evans.
Sold by lirown Dunn, Wariaw.
Dr. Hutchison, ioun villi-.
liUtoiK, Waconi, Lrxiiif.
ton'. Orders may lie Hddressed to
H. HLAKSLEY& CO., St. Louis.
s'tatf. of "AnVsoum.Y
Coun-i or Bf NION. )
71 the Circuit Court In Vacation, Zfoerrf
leJ h. 1S4S.
Jacoii Ca Ri'iiM iR, as Adin'r. of the es
tate of Henry Cftrpuiler, dee'd, and o-tlu-rs
I'ti Lii ('a nrEM'Kn, A others -Dtftntfts.
!j' Hi: said coinih.inaiits having this day
I fil.d the bill in Chancery against the
said ili-fcndanis, mid also nn" aflldavit,
show ing that the said Peter Carpenter is a
iion-ri si.l. ut of the State of Missouri, and
that the residence ( other defendants' ia
unknown tu said complainant.
'J hereforc, it is ordered that said Peter
Carpenter, John Robinson and Susan hi
wife, Mttxli.-ld Hunter, Sarah Atkinson.
ii ml Samuel IVwell and Mary Ann, his
wit.', be i-otilii-.l that said Jacob Carpen
ter, as administrator of the estate of sait
Henry Carpenter, dee'd., Cavil. Carpen
ter, Si.niiiel Carpenter and others, heirs
and distributees ol the estate of said Hen
ry Carpenter, dee'd., have this day MeP
their bill of complaint in the ollico of the"
Clerk of the Ciicuit court of Hcnton coni4
ty, nlli-iiim; in said bill of eon. plaint, thaf
the said 1 lenry Carpenter dec'.!., sometime
in the year lcst.'j, .lied intestate, leaving
an estate to he divided among the said
complainants and defendant that the
said Henry Carpenter, dee'd , in hit life
time, ijiado advancements of money and
property to several of his sons and a
lining them, the said Peter received by
way of advancement, the sum of 1760 on
the 10th day of March, 1330, w hich ad
vancement, with the interest thereon, at
the time administration was granted on
said otitic, amounted to $12(14 93 which
sum w as so inventoried and counted aa
part of the estate to be divided equally a
nioiii; the distributees or said estate) and
prays (hut a decree may be rendered om
pelhug the said Peter to brinsc into hdtelv'
pot the amount advanced to him, and tbaf
the estate be eij-.ially divided among alf
the heirs. And that unless they be amf
appear before the Honorable Judge of dot'
lientoit Circuit Court, ou the first day of
the next term of said Court, to be begun '
and held at the court-house in the City of"
W arsaw, in the County of .Benton, on thY
second Monday in March next, and with
in the first six days of said term, if the
term shall so lortg continue, antllf not,
then before the ehd of the term, -demur,
plead oranswerthe said Mil of eotirplaint,
the same will be taken as confessed, and
a decree rendered in eoniormityVlthth
prayer of said complainants.
And it is further ordered, thaf a'topr of
this order be published in some'neWiiaper
printed in this State far eight weeks sneces.
sively, the last publication thereortobe at
least four weeks before tile1 commence
ment of said next term.
dec9-8t-45 T,I J' SHOPicl'k.
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