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THE STATE SENTINEL.
si:.us-vi:5;iii.Y. rrm.. vioif.Ner. i top micr or ittimrY. 1 A 2) IAIN A I'0 1 IN, JIWS: II, 1M.1. for Com rr.vv, ni'th District. W 1 1, 1,1AM W. Wl C K. I'JMIl'IilMATIOrt'. rI Eirrc II tuuli l Dollars Irv::rt!. By virtu 5 of tin? audi r 1 1 y in m ; vet d by the law, of Inliim, I, J , me. Wjitico'in, ijovcra r of sail S:it (1) her;') olf r a rew.ir.l of 'ivc hunlrcl V ir for the appreh uii n nnd saf; 1 livery i.i tin? j til it Jeticrs.'n county, iit said Statt, of JAMRS McMlLRRN, Election in .Ini'oii ( oiiüly, j This speech wo arc told, was received with demon- Our political opponents, cftcr being d -fcated in pro-' strations of the highest satisfaction, as a studied tf curing a, candidate t(i advocate tlieir principles, in the, furt Ins been made to underrate the abilities of Mr. pers on of Ex-Governor Wall ice, who was a little too Wilson, who has had but little practice as a public smart for the whig lenders in Indianapolis on the speaker, ever since his nomination, present occasion, have at la-t completed their county I When Mr. Wilson had eon -hided, Judge Wick i - U'lin chr1i -Iii r tir tli It ii'lur v t? iitrlif tC tli' t vi i c r ' '" ' . " I the olls-.re of county auditor; kit being nm unstic- VOJi of .Ahy, ot t!r; pror.t year, n:i ler crcum- , , t " I ' ......C.l 1 I ......... l,n K.triotim 4. ll'llt.ül 111 I , anil mum;; inm 'uinui'm .-" red . . ' . . V . . . .. . .. whig apirantt, I:e Mas consented 10 servo me wuig ticket, by adding to their list Doctor Ryans of Wash ington township, who, in connection with Obadiah Harris, Esq., may he fiirly considered in the held ns candidates for Representative, mid tlie authorized exponents of whig priorities for .Marion county. The contest now promises to he n spirited one, as one of the qualifications required of the whijj candidate re cently selected was a talent for stump oratory. Dr. Evans is a regularly built whig idheo-seekor, having foment and evidence had proceeded link by link, till contended with mu h earnestness last year for ati'in itntion ns the whig candid ite for county treasurer ; but bom un-ai-ecssful, his eye was next directed lo was called upon for a speech, who said, ns he had no particular opposition for the ollice for which he was aspiring, he thought it entirely unneoei-sary to make any rcmirks on that occasion. On the great ques tions of national interest before the country. Mr. Webber had done what he was not then prepared to do, by presenting the whole ground in the strongest light before the country. Tint gentleman in his nr- Seventh District. Floriilii. From what we hear from the eastern counties of j On Monday, May t, the State of Florida, voted the 7th District, where tlie Whi" candidate, McOau- for Governor, Members of the General Assembly, and ghey, in best known, the prospect of his defeat and of, a Representative to Congress. We hae but few re the election of Jo. A. Wright, seem to be very good, j turns but they are in favor of the Democratic side For our own port, we do not know of nnv reason why throughout. The Bloodhound " candidate, whom 1 rni!iir of Crop ArtiHcs lh:it rnuy yt Il pl.mlI tVinfrr looil for Tat tle. As it i:M'enerallv knovfii ami admitted in this sre tion of country th it the jrrass crop will l very lijjht, we think the fdhnvin j bin's fron the )bio Cultivu- the pci.ple should reverse their d.cision'ns to the rel-1 the Whigs made so much fuss over in Hit), and who t r, inipmvcl ujo,, will be of vast s-rvieo to our ative merits of these men, which they madj two was removed by Mr. Van iluren, and hence taken to farmers and the public generally. It i not vet too eta:ifs of greit agrav ition, deliberately muni Jo!m Lichligiiter, in siid r-u;i,y. Slid McMillon is des.ri!e.l ns being about J " year of age, s'iort, t!ii,:k set, r itheT stoop-slionllered, dark hair, blue eye, rounl fire, fair complexion, well looking, an Iria'mnn by birth, and formerly a bar keeper in Holme.' Hjtel, Cincinnati. In testimijy whereof, I hive hereunto et my hand at Indianapolis, this !).h diy of Jen , Hl". JAS. WHl'lVOMli. Tv the Governor : John II. Thomtsox, Swrftary State. the ein in was compb te. lie was pleased to find so able auxiliaries in tlie cause of Democracy as now ap peared in the field in the persons of the Democratic candidates. He feltTvery confidence that the entire democratic ticket in Marion county would succeed. Tin; Governor w: then called upon for a speech. G'Pulllidier-i generally would advance the cause cf Justice by giving tho above an early insertion in their respective papers. JScIief Laws 'Mil I;iU ücci inn. A friend has suggested to in that o r. noti.-e of the ree-at derision of tiie Circuit Court of the I'nited States ?it tliis place 0:1 t!i? subject of our relief hws '!; not ju:a -i'.n'.ly deunite as to the p int decided by tlie court, whicli wis, us we learn, tiiat a note made in Oliio, to be there paid, under a two-third-i apprai-e-mer.t law, and brought to the Stat; of Indiana to be sued, will not be governed by the relu f laws i-f Ohio, in forep at the date of tie note ; thereby deriding that the? decision of the S ipreme C'etnt of the Ci.itcd States could not h'i carried t t fir ;i lo introduee, and co in the net Lcgbliture, shoaU the people think pro- j but respectfully declined; stating that he had hen to pert o chvt him. jfore promised his democratic lel'.ow-ciiiens of Law Tlie Democratic candidates for Keprcscntitives rein-e townsldp a Kpee;-h, w hich promise should I e re have alieuly canvass tl t.vo t twos! ips ni.d h i e twice deemed, the first convenient opptrtuni'y. With addressed the projde, nnd we are grat.lh d in being in- ; J,,lge Wick he expressed the high gratification he formed, that their rpeerhes on both oeeasious, w ere ,.vj,nrienred in listening to the remarks of the highly satisfactory to the cr.ttre deiuncracy who J.eurd jo-unty Candida! them and many of tiieir uhi jr auditors. Mr. Weljber, w!;o we are t.dd is euijdiatically a .Messrs. Webber and Wilson will address the citi zens of Washington township, on Saturday next, at vears a'o. Mi:Gau:rhev stands 11 1 fairer than he did 1 their bosoms as a vastly proper m 01, will proliahly j late ' . .... . . . . . in rsonal merits ; but Jo. Wright does. ! have leave to stay at home. Good cumgh. I i hr.ui8 .out a 1tz porti-n oi 1,10 Cra crop , . ' vnity of the druil,t, nnd ihi 1 in rras 11 t ppirluTi-! that most ol ihr uthr r in unction i u nnn w in it ny a self-nnde und self-educated man, but ha visig few su- j;ro;,d l'.ip, e, nt two o'clock, V. M. It will be a periors In some of the science-', reviews the rut ! pU:innt rit for those desiring to attend from Indiau rpiesii 'lis of National and St to j ol.ey in a dear and ; ;,j.0lis. intelligildo mmner. On the subjects of our Siate in- J .lif.ilnoc ttir n nr.ort limm.vit i,f rp'-.r.iM! 1 rt t i n. tlie i I 41" ll I'll Will. 1.11V V ...... .., then, as to peis Mr. Wright performed his duties in the last Con gress, with great efficiency, zeal nnd success; the people of his district know lliis, and if they ure wise, they will not now exchange a certainty for nn uncer taiuiy, by pntVrriug his competitor. They will give Jo. one trial more, we hope; nnd alter that, if they think they can do better with a Whig, they have ma ny able nnd gentlemanly men to choose nmong, with out being compelled to take little Mr. McGaughey. lly the way we intieed an article in the Indiana 1'atriot of May "J7, which made a briif review of Mr. Wright's eoure in Cong res, and which we copy be low lor the gratification of surd; of our readers in the 7th dis.rict, as do not see the Patriot: Ii th ind f.ili;.eddt! I itmr, and (tisi.'int nnd utirrmit tin ntt' nli"ii to lie; viuiuiM iied di t-iMlit-il liuiifs dfvolv. in upon n repn sciit.iti vu fntin so l;n! ami jiojiulum a diKtiirt, ciin r,r any cliiims upon a peuph, then has .Mr. Wrihl tln-s? '.um, I'.ir v. Ii.iz.tnl noilun in vst iiin, ;i t 1 1 1 v! nppral 0 lliu wiiulir district lor llio proof, ili.it no man in lliu I.imI lourchs was mure prompt or iurr in- du.stiioiis and wi! wu only tx press tlie grncrul smi- liiin iit of nil parlies Io n wi s.iy lli it no man i wi,l! ha ; atti iidi'd with more .eal to tlie local ImsiiiPs of his dis trict. Mo eiii.i-u cnlrii-tcd tt his cure, n claim of any c haracti r on tlie gu cinmciit tli.'.t a3 not j luinptly ui tended to. Hut w hil ho w ns linn nttcn'ivc to tho private afl'.fir rf 0l - 1 . P 1 . 1 .. . 1 11.. I ! . . j . . t I .. Ii t j f . .1 1 I . I I ... .1 . . i i. I . .. ,. r., .. f ... r 1 . . .j;,,,. .1MP,,i I...,, ;,. ..rrvmiml.TiiKf the inenianuoi lire vestcrtiav noon luoeeoeu irom a ... ... "" ... pohe purMKd by the u.ugs m g. nunndi ring im , .,- , i nr I omit mention of bis course on subjects of a more ru ra S'.ate in H10 Ml, to meet the election of two United I):irtl:i1 b,,rm,1S 9 I-amhs s brick house on Ilh- i (iiro H Zr i (, wll11,rlill:? JM. , ,,,,.,, ,;;,.,. States' Sen-itors; the reus m, which ip.er.it cd upon the i ,i,,,!S st- s,,,,l,, vii'l by Jos. Collins. It original- r;, Wi.l niial lllcctio,, Ulli, whirl, pro. nie that minds of the dem .crafe -ators in mrtin" o'f the Vom a lliw in the chimney ; and was speedily c.- . I V()tl! ,,,r ''''d. nt on the same day throuh- minUs 01 lilt UlUI.K rdl.l ..uors ill piuuuj, oa nn. , . i . joullhe Unnm, must merit the commendation ol rvery elvtionlast winter; the justice there is in the nrgu-1 Jonguisocd by the exertions oi ihose in the vanity, j ,MU, t.iti(.n w U1,l0! , ir,.st.rVR t. p,irity f the nent that Indiana should .w renres-ntrd intl.e United "HicOld "Good Intent" was on hand as usual, arm- j .lectivc iVamlthse ; and uc rejoice that ii is now the law a nil Trif canal an Wm-v ami dates' Senate by a It-; resent itive that should redect l 1 v.p.ipped." There were a lew delinquents j .Hand llond, nnd Wnbasl, the will of the m li -rity of the peo:.. ; clearly express- rl circumstance w hich we hope not to be oblige to VlAU jr. Wright devote! himself, wit!. edat the ballot-box, rather than one who would h i urunl no li:i- It is smuvlwt uncertain wliere the ; perseverance, descrun-(he hearty applause d" every ct. o,. te 1 to tl ro v nV. 1 in the w.v of th rezent i '' was probablv from the fart that so few 1 'i,',, 1 '"!",r. 'j;' "l'P''-nat.o CiOctCU to InrOA o.-i..it I s 111 Hie w.l Ol lue om in , , ' i for carr iri-j on tlie rci.!, was etoed hv rresideut Tvler. 1 1 . 11 s im 1.1 t t administration : and ti e necessity also of having n oeu sounueu uie auinn. 1 ney re goa ii;ou-n, when Senator from the democratic Slate of Indiana, v. ho l!u'' (I- come 1 1 ..,.1 1... 1, 1 ... ; . I,.. ; , -. . .t..v ft f. oiit.i.f f . . , , , f. Minn ov in; neni' .ii, 111 n;uuu- in... uo n. , . ':., ... '.. I- VS.... fjree, the rcmodiil lr.v. of a t tv:i State or ov- ,. , ... . . ii'-" 1 ISfU or Ik Ost o 5Iu;i- .1 . -r , 1 1 ! claims otGreat hritam, who now contends that t)re- 1 ,,.t.4 I5ii.ii.t.r :iliti i.vnii. n e 3ioiss crnment la this Istato. i lie po.nt here I eob-d is one , . , . . - , , . t, una i.iuuii!h) .wiu imciuiM I j i.i p im ii.i in in; i'iii. 'i ui'' viiui uu'. ii'.hv, oiiiii- i E51!'U that we have not understood h.nd before rei eivad the The most important intelligence from the Tn-pnUie n,hl croji irw Im,. j.,,,,,,,,, wt i.thr duty is the issuing of a proclamation by President Jones, ,,f 1 1 & Giumn in tliii region ! ceMmuly netto uttledewn recoliiliieiHÜng to the citizens of Texas that nn eh e- in I'opondei.ry and upend llu ir time in imelen cinplnintf ,. ,o , . i I I i ' ,i . , nt tlie dispells item o i'r.ivid'Micc, ns n regret tu find lion lor 'Deputies to a ( onvention be held in the dj- n ,, ,...... . ,iu nmiiv oe im hned to do. On the contrary rery reiiilda fetent counties of the Republic, on W dnesday, tho ,,,,,,) mil oil ulmut hi l.iii mind on'iM-oM r what plan he Ith day of June next, nnd that the said deputies so i nn di vine, und artu U of ru'ture he ran ti I ad pt with elected d assemble in Convention nt the city of Aus- if tenable hope of urrc,. for Mippfyir.g the Ih ienry ..... ,, c i , . r ,, lint will occur, aod laniihnur f-.id next winter fr hi tin, on the "I ourth ol Ji ly next, lor the pun ose ot . . , ,., p.,,,..,,..- ' ,'ii liHiifMic oiuimiu, hm! '0i: iy ler Ion I iinilv. fortunate- considering the reposition for the unne.Mition of y it , tlot mi hue in the mmii t ut that h ground ran Texns to the t'niteil States, and nnv other proportion be nplantcil Willi kmiU el home kinds, ihat with ordinary which may be made concerning the nationality f the " r it may be hep.-d will produce a x..!u3bltj ... , crop; and ihi n (on n.i time liould I e bt Ii etlli'j; ntniut l.epuohc; and hhould they jmlge it expedient n d tlu, vvmU , pmtmi; .hem in. here land i, unoccuj i. d or proper to rdept, provisionally, a Constitution to be nop have failed. Here w cati the neriMty there n submitted to the people f r their ratith-ation, with a thi foincr hln-u'd r-nd in.f and ubtuiu a know I. dge of .... ,i 1, ;.. r 'i- , sj, , , a iiea er iriev ot productouin. tlnoi ate oidomrdv ulli- view to the nemisioit id Jexas, lis a State, into the . , ' . . . , . . ', , . i I tatcil in this i ouiitry. An an evidence of this need, looY American I nion, ill accordance W ith the terms ol the ft.w , ,)u. l irm,., ruilml Din . komv any. long nbout provo .ition for Annexation already submitted to this the nature or value of the Mipri I Worz- I. Uuta Uaga, tiovcriiment by that of the United States." j .M'U and ''"v t! er crops that might be faund of a!uo . al H time like the present ! j We may brii lly rnenti-m a feT artieh s tliat miy yet be ' llO i .V1 nr with sucei si, if the K. aoii fioni this time Mexico is in a mast distracted and unsettled coudi- b,ou'd pone hnor.il.. e, at.J .ve a lew hints that may aid tion, amounting almost to a state id revolution. The farmer in selecting M-ch an uie lest adapted to their laud States of Tob iseo an I Tuelda have already d -cl in d r dur cin umstauccs in favor of the Federal Constitution, and 'a general , .W1.N(! COIiX FOR ronDKR. .. ... , , , ,r . . ,. ! hen it is apprehended that there wid be a hcarrity of meeting had been held in era Cruz ; but immeihalc f,J( r f(r C!l,t a f;.vv ncr,. , ßa.H, corn ßrouilJ tLouIJ active measures were suspinnled at tiie request id the be piep-ired, atier it ha Im en writ moutene! by rain, an j tiovernur, who appears to he popular with all parties. fcn with mm for bdder. If the ground is rich and o ... . i , r . i . i , chan.it may te town broadcast hke oat, at t'i rale of Several arres's of military men, charged with revo- . ' J . . ., , , . . , , ., . . - " Ihne or tour pecks t. too acre, and p owed in bjjlitly ; if nitiomry drwgns, had been m id in d.tferent parts of nul , wt.t tjr cja.ry ;, VVuU:j i.e i.lu.r ior u.u,g roU. the Iltpublic, a quantity of arms had been taken frem id alter sowing. Or a better notifd is to furrow out the tJ,(.m ground Hiid drop the torn in rows a iy two ai d a half leet t," ,i ii .1 . .i . 4 ninrt, and six tu ciijlit im lies in the rie.vs, tin it cointj over It i thought by many that the present government . , , r, . ., . i - ' f n once or twice with a liarrnvv aller tlie phtnts ap e.ir, and cannot sustain itself much longer; tlio idea of its u jit, a small pl"w teiween the rows at a liter j.eii.-d. In declaring war against the United States his been thi5 wny a heavy crp of fodder may be obtained at a abandoned by all sensible men. Congress, to be sure, pissed a bill tj raise :i,ti(),t)0O ! dhirs, to prepare f r war 'about to take plaeV but the opinion is pn-tty general tint tiie monoy cannot be obtained, and that .. ....... . " , t IM Tl ; J.:r.Cl .1 hV T On I (111 .'S " MI f S. D .( W 1 .1 . M I S 1 11- 1 II. .... ... T ....I 11 . . .1 1 fc ....... I.. .. i ti I i .. 1 . .. i 1 1 .1 :i nvlil ..Iii m in H:u :il V ,'K nipilnn coiisuleratioii ot the court, and it is not ihiinlv son ." . , . . . . i 1 .1 . ..1 ii.u ,1, ii,.. w..o.n ...c.i.r ,;. ,!,, ,;...,.; how the ,.f ,1,, Hut is t , !,, rrca-I,;! wiU, j ,,".c-."- ?T r" "'f H "". , -Muv , lire was .ii.oovcr.,1 i th S,bl of IV- ; 'iW " ' th" Iroa rri-o-in' s liil do-a hv th- So -rem- Court ' ?ml U 1 a,!vL'rjUirC U,uc!l lharactenstlC (t Amen- t(.rs l'j.liner, iu 1-th stree,, Nrw York, bet wet n ' -vi,, ii t, idee of araniml .tuet!. wt.oto f.,.f is..s in th- nTioo-s tb-.t ivV-f.oMdi' Imm'm rrUc:in:' 1,1 l-r):s the Xnny n, ,U!ltail,s to m:l!;(, xh-'lr (;h and 7th avenues, proprietors f ihc Kmpire and dch-ettion in the last Congress, b.r their united and uu- in th. lIll.lOiS tat, tl.dt tOc ICiniti.tl ü,.s l.l mUC . , , ,;r , ...iw., (u. tll0 JloPf (.f .:, r , , , , , ' , , , . tmi.s ex.itioos i . pf,!1? ,f the ('.nil,nl,.,..l Iio.,,1 .... ..... home-. 111 Uie LCamiHlI .U.eon Uie s.iorrs Ol l u Knickerbocker line cd Lroadwav stages, which was .7. . ..... .... ' r. t. . . Ui.nr.i 1 hi n (fii'.n nr i-nTri.-T i.v.i. in,i fi; - ------ - iiini , iiii.ii !. lit ic ii " Ol Iiis .iiiir s i i tint The. latter r;,''nn to this Slat.; near a million acres of bind for the completion of this ;re;it thoroughfare to tho Ohio liver, is now the law of the land. We ask the citizens of this district, (Hsttitsiuvuttl ij, to look at his ftVoits for tiie success of these two preat mea sures, of vital importance to Indiana, and this District specially, itluavs at his pot, never losinjj a vote, urn! j it-was not d?-irned f.;r that purpose, as thev would not venture, under existing circumstances, to collect together any considerable number of troops. b? executed, fj:m-d a put of tlie contract, as'much I racin ' N ,na,i' nrf;l;!,!' in ?r rul V, entirely destroyed, with bitwcen JU and JiO horses- , formet that Illinois and .M.cbi-m h:,d Canal Ihlls before . . ! hi j n irrenter Cdllection ot fiets th Ml lias .M r. eiiher. it,....-. .? 1 Coii"r.'s similar to our ('ana! loll. ire.-eioioi the mhiic tr.lliiiu: e xpense. It hould he cut h fore it hejios to ri pen or turn brown, and a for wilting a div or two bo stacked in tuth a inanuner as lo sweut without spoiling. Ml I.!. KT. (Tu nie um tiiiti(trum.) This is an excellent crop lor t.oh r when a scarcity of hay is apprcuMi;h d, as it miy be nwu as lite as the mid dh of June. It su t cciis weil in New Votk and lVni.yl- - vmnn ; tititJ iloul.iles! will in O'li... though we l-li.e it i frThe jiresent aiiny of ?de.ico is said to consist vry btt'.c known here, a-,d we are not s'ire whether the ..' 01 1 iwi i'V,, ,,1 t,.. it,.,,, i 1 no cll.rj -'d can be found in this iMate. It i hii annud arjoi or . V'O VMliVV-i -J J l lilll II JWr r - C OOl' I O It is stated that Iiis li.veellenc v JScitor Juan (li Dies grass if very r .pid growth, h'Uiofj from three lo four so a; if th.ey were written iv:t in terms upon its face. neun it on the great quest 10ns of Oregon ami 1 exns, u h o-fi Troui thence it communicated to a ratine of ten or '. .... . , , ... , , , ,. '''l "'"I'lllU UI rI' I. K !'... 1 1. R.. I.. ! .....t.Oin.f tl.l.' lnfl.,11 nn,! ni;1 1 1 I M I , ' , 1 t . I i . ' . ...1 . j l -lit. . -I.i a uc i v.nei fi .in . f .in- iia.iuii mo ujiu.i, .in I. n i. .... .i - lu i. ;vvj iw o aiiu inree siory inuic uuuuings on inn tan. I ("oiir. 's similar to our ('ana! loll, preseioin the Monf i ..I..: -. i .. .1. i i .. :.i i:..i ' .. . i .. i i iiiiui on i ii 'iiaii. 'ii inn in;i n nun no nun; .''ai, '( ' .,... I :.. j . . . i'a v hi i ii u i u in procuring tue ajiprupna- l i,- ..f r. ..i.i f.i,l,!..r or Ii iv ti. th.. urr.. n:nl t t . ii ,,i Iwon. Canado passed through Vera Cruz about the first of ly , ts!,el(i f g(a;u ,f aii.uve,! t r p -,,. li,!,uulJlfui the month, upon a mission, as was said, lrom the j ,r f,,,id r hi f oie the mc 1 is faüy ripe, t.'oa l c .ru round C.overnment of .Mexico lo that f tho United Stales. js gui,ahie i r Mill. t. Ii d.-Jmht in new Imd, ruh Mid This cireumt-incc. taken in connection wilh the no- rOier su-nly. It is novu hke oat about two or three What preparations are being mn.de for ihe cckbra- ten to his connected chain of reason, argument nml rp, t() lC (;), ;ic, nut with the ''.'cep-.i' HI of two tion of cur com:i National Anniversary ? As re- fets 0:1 those subjects, with mt at once being con- three t-'tory brick buildings on the corner ot (5th avc- mrkcd by the J'ub.ie Igcr, it win be cue c f more vinced of the justice of tue positions he ti..es, and m ; and crossing into ) street destroyed about a ities of I he Wabash ami I'.rie Canal, and upon which ; I I I f . Ihifwi.atFavMhe friends of this ?rc:.t work, to the hill I - ,,i:ition xUvn Y('Ui'A with Texas, and the survey pecks of Med to the ürrc. Mr. Vri?ht has pendinc in the House ol lleprvsentati v.,s with which the object ot the minion wns kept from , rj;rA haca. claiming s-un si-v.iiivtiM- ilionsaiul acres for the finuos- the publ.c, caused no little comm. t. on m that c.ty. pnis j;, s retimes cubed di-h Turnip. It is a tnan tibial interest. At the nieincnt we arc re joicing which is the LVitish ami which th Ameri.-an sides of dozen dweilirv ' eases on the south s do, and live or ' l"" iple, some sixty thousand eres -f land ..f yje-i r , .11 - , , M-i . 1 1 r t . . . lie, have been selected ;o Ihe !liauo iteserve. 1 he mo- over our own freedom ami prosperity, the people ot . these questions. Oovernor v lotcom., and Ju. ?iX on the north s.de, (leides the reels ol six ur eigl.t ,,!, ,M, . ,i;dl pas,, the present land scrip, that is Texas will be engagfd in tlie important consideration' Wiek, the Vmocratic cau-lidate for Congress in this t,V() sa,rv brick dwellings; nnd thence thrcu"-:i to mov t 40 r :.o percent disco-oit, will he worth us f i.e ; whether they shall add their lone star to, and become ' distri.-t, attended the appointment of Webb-rand Wil- .iit, rei-t i'e.trovinir , nienhor , f nth r r'-vrlbmrs ! ,,M' ril":'1 WU l'w ,,,,T,,'I''4, lo Tt,r'' 1,au,t'' !"ss Ohe 01 0ir ortlliatU COntederaCV. ihe tact Will be S n at Hess s ( ross Loads, m La wrence township, on f.arlv the whole of which were principnllv oci ui;f d pcri.ul. This m his o n ine.Ktire, and u e Know he cher- reaacmbered in our rejoicing, and an add.tlotlal goh Jsaturdav last. The d-moeratic candidates, with the ,v jllUr f.ir.lilic-: s; !'T (if wl ombave Inst their all ih s a inod livt ly interest in ils nieces ; and we think to the National salute Will '.velcotne it into the Cnion. exceptio of Mr. Wei!,, were 1 j re.eet. As an in- T;1(. numb,r ,f fitniLes thus burnt 'out cannot be f,'r T:::: V. . . . -i t t .11 rt us inen maue early prcparatiuns lor ltr? celehra-; troduction to the sprecht s, .Mr. i.o.ion, ii..' i.rmocrat- rc nu .pj,. The l..sS bv this tire has been estimated at bill b t.uted, than in these of its author; and we n.i-ht tion. Let it be a day of reju.cing. Let no picayune, i - candid ite f r nuditor remarked, that although h? jr. tu ss.( rO'.l to ssTö HU The lire wa- the work of that the friends of th.- Ctimherl.ind Koad can place convii. . . . o:, that holy day. As in the ' had received the nomination for that oiV.ce m,o!ieitd ,u jpcrndiiirv, xvho cam-' near iVm-raM-''it ! ''7 iTT 'V w, u i . , . , , , . - , , . 1 ' " M 1 ' "l,u o o ; utilt uti'riillc icvikinz man, Jisn.h r, right. cas? cd our r l-i us lay au on the aitar 01 pat- j on his pirt, he hoped tue people ot the county womd . . j y,. ,..v,. t ,,'iU.,. ow lo r. iVr ui'ien-tli to .Mr. thai the sacrifice be not unworthy of its ba -k the r-oinuiendatiori of the convention by h-' 'ä'fi'rjSjIt "Tiro in u!i c. j Wright's cvire on the Texas and Oregon questions. It . . . ... . 1 ' . I ,t . 1 ' !j i. ..Ii I micm lliil hn liic liuiill tloi U irn. 'Hid IHiiloroi ori.ect. i election. - :'V":,,'"" 'he almvo was written, vvc have been ctim'.t -ut of ti.e oil'.ee, had live vrs ago bt'en nmina- N-o tdt. , , .... , ft iciid and s'liotorter f bot h these, great A inei iean ciues- .v ...lr: on ... u.ein v..-, ,..u.,.uo, (is j.t W(, w , , ( ,s occasion to sa v to t hose gen- requtsted to state tliat a rnpeting for the purj oe of e d by tlie Whis ns a nrtv cat'.d.dat and had acain hcs, and ten thousand p'ju eu made houens . The tlem. n that talk vo long and loud about slavery in omi- mahing r.rrar.g-!. nts is de,ired to be held at the bWn iinated bv a Wh Convention, two w eeks fire wm still raging at the last acco-mti ; and there- ' J;' M C.. v au!, las. H.muu r, that . o ..... i l 1 i thr suhiicl vt slarrry Una nothing In tin tnlh the annua- Court Iioac oil Oatuiday next, at 11 o'clock, to which since, s if there be any up; -onenN of convention can- lull particulars liave not been received. !jon of- ruv)i,. with what rac- can those Keiitleinen who all are invited. Still B'avdicd. On Sunday night and 31 mday mcrning la-t, we were b!e-scd With fine copious showers, which were very much needed. From sever .1 sections where drought has prevaih d a few w eeks pat, we hear accounts of seasonable rains. We have no doubt that we shell h; e an abundant lernest except in gravs, which, ia centra! Indiüri. will almost totally ful. From sTijt inquiry, we s no cause of con- piaiat ; ai.d would aiiv.se all to Lok at the bright side ! didates f r ofiiccs of tiint description f r w hich he w.'.s conipc tieg, the o! jeeti n w ul 1 apply to Iiis op- From Qae'ec I.'t'rr, May 2S, P. .V. "The (l ohrr (;,rz'(tf will not be published to-day. . i i I , t T t 11 HO- ll Hill i' in uu uu.11 ill ill un. Ul o III. II Olli U i enc nt more tror.glv th in to ii,m-e i. He hoped the t. . ' . . .r Ar , , , ' at Mr. K.cliard-on s lannery m vahers suhuriis one term pr.nciplo, so warmly contend...! l.ylhn- about noo. and his alreadv s'reail over nearlv St. vn'ed for Mr. Clay (or rresideut, talk about Texas and hbivcrv . IJuf, we asi, l.ow did il happen that these Fame men, who deel uined so mach in the lat-t Congress against shiverv, all voted, witii two or three. e.eep!ions, again! ml Harrison ,-:nd Tresid -nt Poik, would be made to Hoch Suburb- apply in the present ra.c, v."bi ii would en-trie his so urnip. it n a largo loiter from Vera Cruz, t'.ated flh May, says ; yellowish turnip; very lurJ and much moe nutiitiou "Elliott and the Texan Commifsioners are about ,"J latinS, ihan the c..rmi...n turnip. It is al.o, better leavin r th's I Vera Crovl lo nn Cnn-Uh frh.Mo for ad.ipicd In the soil and clutia'c cf this country, und more t V '" i . J . ,, ,.,.t .......... c ...t r. (ialve-ton. with the treatv achnowlcdirmg the inde- ............... .u, prml.-i.ee of Texas. Hut'they little dr. ntn . f their C!,l,,e -hf and beg, ; but whrn fed to m.Ich cwi it .... . ,,,, , , . t toieeiiini s imparts a !i"ht ic of toruii s to the no.k it rece'tiOii at tinlves'on. J hose peon o the .Moxiea os . . . , , , , ... - . . ' . , , ' r 1 . , ,J is said, liuwever, that llos is avoiJid lv alwxvs liillkinir think that tlie ncdnow Jedgtnent et le.xan independ- r . . , e t, . , r 'i o' .i . .,, . 1 , , . . . behire, instead el atur, the cows are Id with the roots, ence will prevent annexation, and thereby they will The soil lor ruta laR ,s. fchu:a ,,e a lith MllJv i8m.w. ll get clear ot declaring war, ns they had threatened. maun d ai d vvoiked verv fine. If vCrv f.ce "frem ve, ds, '1 hey swear, however, that it Texas prefers Annexa- llie M.,.j Iinv H. tlwn broadcast, hke couunon turnips, at tion to acknowledgment, they will declare war." ra(P , f t.out 1 lb. per acre, and af.fr the plants have What will astoni-h the .merie;,n people in thNcx- attaii.ul ti ne leaves I uf aid thin to Un v t.vihe inches tract, is the intelligence that Llliott is in Vera Cruz, apart ; but a mm li Miro uml heiler way is lo wiw the teed and that t!ie President of Texas lias secretly sent in drills two feet sj Mil. and allow the plants to ttand eight Commis-ioners to Mexico under the patronage cd' to ten inches apart alter thinning ai d hoeing. By th s Lhiolmd, to treat for recognition upon the basis ul- r.-cthod a plow can te rjri between the row?, aid the luded to in Senor Cuevns's letter to Congress. ground tlots kt t mellow, which will greatly increase tho Pc sides the American squadron and the Kurvdice, " " The yield is .fen as high at a theuai.d bindic! per the two Frenea vessels heretofore mentioned asbiutig ' rtv Xli li,:t ,l,al 'i"3" ' ,na' ,c cal ed a good crep. at Vera Cruz were vet in the harbor or in the nffln." Tlv 'u? ,lT Hmi;, . fri, he lt to the 15th of Juup. Both of the war steamers, three brigs of war, and ' 'e 6,e,! huh ' " hv ru.) can be had Mweral smaller armed vessels belonging to Mexico , al aM' klCli aml at ,he oW ,,f lhe Ubla ullwaior. were in port. j COMMON TT I. IS I PS. ! tshouhl the seas in continue dry f r a month or so Ion- wm . .. . i per, ami oiler resources lO'nrall v fail.it w til Mill be in RcvolKlinil III C aliform:!. 1 ,ue to sow li e cotenvm .um-ps.'and the prob et of . Jy trc last news trom Lalitonua, it appears that nioi?t fall will be in favor . f sowitg this crop. Neuland ci :t ui. llw. lull l.ir lliu nriilvi liiiii of our i itivir. in ()r ,'im i.i .i i.'.. . i i.- . i . . .. . ....-..-I... . ... f. ." 1 . .. ; I),,i'ltt-ot- ' U'.i 'lio.isand l(r;u ,,,r,i,,.,y Hillieient i.i maUe hx or i-ight S.iat. s, j f Il0 Tcxican authorities have been driven from that oh a no. d proportion of fand and muck, is ti e b. et for ü-, win no w uooui i.ousv or i.ouk io-n;go:, naviug a. w 1. eh . Iv Hie terms t tin; lull, nuist lie Ir.'e Mates If ele-.'tcd his whole ti r.e and talents h'St alnio-t evr-ry tli.ng, so rapidly wa re the Haines Vet these same men v oted against the proposition not- ... , . i . v c t l c .1 driven n stror-g Wfsterlv wind atnoi;T Idu-cs mo.-t- vvith-tandina the v ear s notice contemplittd by tho tica- wouhl bo ch voted toKuis -nnrgeofthedu i vsot Ihe j . - - , tv. was re.p.iied to he iv.o. to Pnland. . i .i . ... . . U' II .... Mr " .. I . I ' ........... t '. I , (it r-i i- ill ,,.n 111 one 1,-ur nil the Street ' (,n thO H-Ilt toward tiie : ' " . v ,"" " i modelled afior the Lecr,laturs of the Cnileil State 1.1 ti . i ....,..-.. ir i sustain the conr laK. n I il winter on uns creai ones- tum. We inaUe the interrogation more to the pmnt, 1 bus, says the oworK Sun, 44 speeds the cause oiiice. in con ' lus on, I.e r.MU'irÄed, t:,nt it would he received as a man; ot 1:ie gr.ate-t lav or i "u!d t! e c:ty were .o lune-d, as fir as the Oueon's Wood , . . . ... i ( 1 I C .1 i ! i i i . i lion. e Ilia lit 1 1 ir. Ill III I o". o ion limn- in inr: I, people of Mart n county t 1. r him to o-cui-y one of rd, m -hiding the b.oel; oi hous on the south, and wo)t, vt, ,,.,VH vot,M, :isl w.nter for the Oregon Toll, as portion of the Republic of Mexico. The revolution- lur,lT!i ' riexl ,0 "" a,,y Rd I'ott.uu Ia.ui, or rich moist .... ... sod th3t is not otherwise hio ropriated. 'J'he teed fchoulcl :sts were about organizing a repul heau Oovernment, , , . c . ,i . ,i . , ., , " ' not le sown earner than the last week in Ju v, in this ell- wu.i a l re-ntcnt anu liepreenlativc Legislature, mate, ps the het sun . fmiJ-Munm. r is unfavorable tothtir rowih. We wi'.l speak of tlie dilllient kinds e-f lurtiipi and their culture al another time. ..c ... l i .1.. ... . r ii: pcamt, at.u womu auv.se an io li at the Lr.gut s.te th, rooms in the public ol'V.s in Indianapcdis. Tie tar as Cle.,nhues hahory. Half an hour more and j,vua. Wrigl.i did. r would voo have C.,t.-d as d,d i" , 1 "7 L " ' , l' - . It would not be too Ute y. t t.,o Mci . crop of the. things. ' b-iibliuT Ul :r"d to the whole ecur-ie of tho couutv S' 'r!,t, north and smith, St. Paul's .Marhet ahh li. Smith of Indiana, agains't lhe Poll? The P. II j:U1 a roil ml us by the torce cd puolic op.n.on, w;thout vided the seeds roulJ be made to e.ute wuh rertain- i . " ' n ' n' i :,1,d t!ie s pnre were con.-itm'-d, the lire ( xtend.n'' to pas d ihe oue of I'epres.oitatives bv a decided major- i the aid of war or eoiupiering armies. ; but in diy hot weml cr, this ien.it If done, and we The Kai2ro;)3. jdvnocrats as we.l as all having borne an .Mr. M-'.id'urifs brewery, including Idovd Lep- iiy, but failed in the Senate. The next Congress will! The revolution in tnoer California is said to have ' VtU,loi ,vct-ln " Vl d ß xltm Iiuleed, ei frtr The following, from the Journal of this morning ! f,,l":-i P kr:io:i in erecting it ; but is o cuj.in's were p.-r's, Dinning-. Co's, ami oleCalltTrn's wharves. have to act on it v.t in early peiiod, and the people have lrcn co,nmenCod without the loss of a s.n-le life. of 'h'1 ho have mwu .1. m th s fprirg. have eueecrdtj m,N(;i:i. wui:zi;l and hjgar beets. confirms what. vj luve heret; dare sta'cd : i nt this time, all pronnncnt tiieinhers of the whig par- f.ooD Xi:v.-.. We hive just reee.vd intelligence tv the clerl.-. auditor, recorder, tre t suri r. ccc. Ä: c. thalf r.a.t four ti e fir., .nntimir.lt. r:..rP. tho a r.2!.t to know wluit conise lhe. r earonu .i.s w.i. puisne i i i .ii . . i ml one who win not n ms votes, sanction tue iir .... i- .1 .i .. i .ir. V V 1 1 n n I s view, are uiiown ioe i.i.m ii noo oi vr- n v ii: i I i i in fir I noi i , , i in O" i hoi i no loin 'n. ia.'ti.v r 1' . . hi- MMii m ii'ilil. i II1' l M- V iJbHl'.' tuat J. I-. D. Linif.r, I. so., has s i reed 'd iti ob.;a:n- He tiuiirht there woi.l 1 1,.- nothiu" tmf.ir in permit- . ,V , , ' 111 : I;!,,""irVM" f ' vr" y.ehli.ur up of f.ot of ih,- Terntoiv to (Ireat Uritaii.. i:.aio , a, nUl,n u. i . anu iniu- - tin" one room at least to be occut-i-d by a pri.a, o:i 1 1 vorau: ; term s. ot n. ),!'.), lor tie. u oil th Pi 111-.. i:..f.. ;..,-. ,A ... .1... Cnolnr.,,.'.. .AV...s. ' I : 1 "rv III rr.lC ; S 111 l IT o : ; 1 1 o .mT O-i omit 1 lio i irri i r . . i. . ... i i c 1 1 .1 . , l , , , -iii . - V ' .............v . .1.. i "..um .ir. V li"iii aoopis nie i:iiima2? in our exceoioii i rs- ting one room at least to ,.e occuoi-d by a do nocrnt. magazine bv no means s.lb, and burning shin-lcs ient in I.ih ina.ural that our title to Orcn is rtrnr anil ... ... Ol l- .j, t. , .1-1.1 I 11 . . I . J . .. . . . . son nul Indian rinis Kailrond f 'ur.a:iv Tnis lnkl-' " " : " " u L,,? --"' uuconneeu-u .r.n i:ie par- ne.ng iiiw:t tnto t. John street. imltspi'tahir, and that nur ntizms irho go there to .uttli on ii -en -e ;3 from a -oirce en,;t''d 'SriA 'uc- ' i u pd"-- of the dtv, an 1 hi riiV.-.. if ol-ctc d. would W'e have not heard of any lives being lost, but the i-'ir oir.i must and shall lc prot eetal. If the 'JYm- ' ' ; tw. t-. d . ;o,ti(o t för. r.., ' . ri!.,. misery which i,iut ente frotn so dreadful a calatni- "' ,M,rS (,nr l,0T1' l,;,V( a " w' - ns bee- IO'.'0'I'.--.,,'.''.i..",...'4IOIVill,llOll.l.. - . I I . i i i . p , , . ..I io.. ii ;i o,l o i l In en I v ol our 5'overn moit to oroliil 1 liin a we are sin ignorant :. , , , 4 . ,r I Ikiu who vvoutil retiiMi tlietn so. li . protect ion in ctlecl, Why d .n't svure body ir:d:ct the Sdons of the city for riot complying with their own ordinance as re spcts tlie ' iiog hoi :s " ah mt tho pump, on tlrj comer cf Mer.dian and Was'iington s'reets ! lie had resided twenty-t! reo years in Marion comi ty of tho ext. i.t of wl cannot be exaggerated. w Me tv ll.oi K-eri her nmor-To fVo-n n wi hloroo nn,! nilnill eiuier mat we n.iv e no rm to me sou, or tnai we vo....... .... ......... ........ ... j'i- " - , ..1,1. ... nrilt,.,.t tli, on im.iiiKl llo. niLi'linmnlc .O' i CO!iteIUtt. a lid 1 1 1 TC.'i t r'Ued i II -t,I lit .Icitll it tllCV C'Cr- . ....... 1 . . 1 . . j ...... . . . . 1 v 'I's i : . ! 1 .1 . - i - o ... , - --- - - . , ..gu t.aio- io ,,vr ,..rt.-:o tuevaoai poMuoa, presenung ..uu. it,.ine i incinnau i.nquirer says mai :.,;IM. What savs .Mr. Wright's competitor on this I s;stel to the eye cultivated tarre.s .i'dted o;er this whole tlie ol),' " ' dollars donation lrom the Slate ot Penn- Mibpct? beaut'.fni country, winch was destine., ere b n-r. tobe vlvania to the Pittshnnrh Mifercrs hv tire. le.s horn W' l,;,ve n,t ,imo to V"rne tl.ee Mibjects further lhe people informed the Governor that his exactions "i" KtAUIt tl;e.rn VV' V'1)' HilUome. if H.mnio were cruel, opprcs-ive and contrary to tlu-e pnnei hs of enlightened Government which prevailed among the most intelligent and prosperous nations. They ask'.d a withdrawal of certain proclamations and laws issued by cu tler of tlie Mexican Government. They had no part in the enactment cf those laws, and could not JiL";nowledge the right of any body of men to impDMO laws upon them w.thout tlieir knowledge in M-oidi i.i-y cDiionaancc ; iui 11 wiunetaltr to s tr the ground with rnt.i baga,.!ii.u to le'y on .he led fe. ds. Carrots mitibt a ho be raised w oh advantage, town row, if we were eure of a week or so of wi-t ivtather to bring them up. They are fust rate hied fur hurtcs and cows. POTATO Cs. Partners who hsve pUtity of p-.tatorg on hnu lit fcr plintins a. :d la. .d for the purpose thould imuiediattl y jut in several acres. We found one of lhe best fjrmrrs of Licking county. plowing uii.i lor Wils purp. m a clay or .wo hin.e. ard h TIie I'i -'s::t'r. of SVrotr: Contain. ng a Journal kept by tin- author, who was captured by the .Mexicans, at Mir, December rJ-Vdi, ; ii t tifowutit 1 1 1 1 1 t nnnoal tt flirt vlwi!& luoifil.i . ( ! among the proudest in the great valley of the West, refused by the rify, and that it will be returned to the d,, to say, whether they have over had a represent a' Ho t'lercf ire thought it would not ho conid'red pre- State TreaMiry. Por tliis denial the people should be live in Congress who served them mote faithfully than snmptitons in him in urging his claims te-on the pen- honored. Tiie precedent that would have ben estib- rr 11 ' I II j I J nr. I I 1 1 limn lor narll- nt,lniinnl .li- r t 7 1 I 1 . , . .. I" 1 1 . . . ... . . . .t , ... . . u ............. If Pi, and r. iea-ed from Perote, Alav lot 1-11. P.v i'10 w non T1:,)Sf? rl unn v"ro fTrugtl enr.j Sty the re- listen ny u.s acceptance w ould Ha ve beeu productive Presi.ho.i lie ha a deei,i,..i .njoriiy of his political "Win. Preston Sta .." This is' the" till ' cd a worh c ' ,r:irn"nhl,i ' of a large uumher of his f.-ll w citi- of incalculable inis- hief; w iierras now', a dillerent liie.ids both in the Senate ami IIotie of IIepresciiiiities, rn ri'F t-M- a, dw! ieh Uv,."7j , j 7-OriH V. 1:0 thought h;m qualiur d todiscln rge the duties example has heel, set which will hereafter plead its alry.a;"! -rely iti not .he interest of In.hana ...send on cOiT i.t., ai-o v.i.J'.o e have hau tooo oaiv to ' c 1 n man to I, undress who will oppose, denounce and irn- casually c.m:n . It might be M,pj ,1 th:.t Ken- if ,ho lnn 1 ' v,I irh hv a :l,:rf,1- -huenco whenever any similar private demand shall lnte those who have it in iheir power to grant or with- r ' itiM F. i'., ''i,f,JrVir,,.iMl',!l it ..t ...,,ti I ' Mr. Webber followed Älr. Polton, and spoke at be nude upon the public revenues. The whele amount hold the ap.ropriations she so noi. h nee.U. C-lus an.are s.a t.ors e.n j. i. ct ail Ih.t couhl he; ,e . r 'i ., r . .-..,...w,. ! W n.iht on .his occasion allude lo lhe sentiments cx- ail cjii the soiii- t- hat 'i s o .i ecu- iiOr-rt',. . ! 1L ogui, o:i i.n- i iiouoh rciiu'u in u u i, imt ,. ri .a 01 p:i' ujmui.uip. uius ur. is .ii;oui .mo,, ,v . . , . .... wai.i un .nu uiii ..lis. in ..! w iy UKerier.'s 1 1 . ' ' ' nrcssed hv leadinir tmlitieal naners. m dillerent States, in l i . a ' 'favor of the in. I u-O ry , at;i I ity and zeal with which .Mr. I Wright represented us in ihe last ('ongres; but we refer A . . - .l I l! .l .. . Il l i l l . ....... .. ,neii"tiiie)iiiui. in i'Vt-rv in i-'iiooriiooo 111 i r r . : n wewouoi ;ik to l!ie juuniul,,,,: f.o.s co:,n,c,,J v,.th ,l c,P,aia. , -V. " '"I-, fulIim.hl.. i,,,,,",,, ,v., a awn:lt 1flIlP pro. - . if ... I'-v,, l,y . rlu., we .1 1 ., C. B. Davis has it for sale. un-e much in tiie way of henr diN, he would nt least " , ... more ait.ntive, a moie indu.tnons, or a more zealous re- 1 promise to keen his h inds oil the teo-de in tho wav " " u.c .a.,ouuo K,c.eiM, wn.cn rc- iir,s,nta.,ve. We are confident tl, Pe.Md will respond i I. j I of ooorossLVC le'rjsd sae.i on the su ; but t.os in y V' iv interferes j ' 'f":,l', ,n ic-iiueu in ii.ih-i p,.iioi o p.i' -ot ujMuv.uir, mus ui, i no. mi .-nio,,oo V.ith that. It is writ'en in a pleasac otf-hand -!vle arf"',? r- 'i "i f dlowed in a brief address, trot much more than a hundredth part of tho lo-s. an 1 contains much interesting intcili-'on - in addition ! hl whir!l ho rcmarUc,, i:i rn,,!K 'ct:n:i v'-t!l cviN of , : V rir doei o .t I .w-. r,, iV.n,.,,,, f '.. ..... C ,.-... . " '- -- ' n 'o-w. u p.oivs.s io ; orosriii circiuusntH -...o-.. ...v v. ..ju-i, ..uu fua-aiMMji iJHToun-.any increase in the way ol taxation. So mo m ion of a celebrated lloin in Tobacco chewer, that a ! able, but others were not. He sn .:o nt cons . . . '. ' J cently held its anniversary ineetinf in the city of in .he negative, and we are equally confident that on the I.tiori. He Ind.eve.l, that, mrh-r ; ' . liM Mondav of Au.M.t, the people will resp.o.d ovv,ll , !i.i -New i or,. it is but one sj'ecimen ot the gross la- . ,r . 1 , , , ', . . es, til people were uinihle to hear " , .Ion g.n.l and failhlul hervant, go Ikick and uu iiKew.e . , , , nauc.Mu aim tony generally niiniiesieii. might be , J n ., , . j After the report, Janus C. Jack-on, of Madion i;.h ral le ! . . c .. , . once again. " i.ii-o , i ;. . x i ii . i . . i ''S.I...l t . ... u i oughtnot tote coo.Hcred a benefit. 1 herd ,ns j the various plans that were under consideration f.r ! ami the great criminality of all who should refuse lo tiun as ,,o Whi-r cand.date in the Ihi.d district, to liose W..O w ica to test our juugmu.t, or who are t!: restoration of the public credit. He was opposed ; succor a fugitive, or to encourage th..-r now slaves to I j, T,ou,.ls 5Ini,j,. There were several Whig willing to try a goo l ariicle, we would .ny, give tie.- to repudiation in any sh-i-, ar.d said it was an iriMilt r!!:1 iway. ile protested again-t sending th (: slaves " ' , " K feted ÜMldca Lcuf a trial. It can be l,,il at Dr. ' , 1C in,i,r cf to ,,c ,i, -f In...:. .Ii. !, a,'." fm'h . fVi' .W',,t!'?"" ! Tl'li 1 2 .' I.i I ' I i , , r0.M.V- i a ..ill i . . I doctrines i t Dudley i-chb.n m relation to tho good , lhat 4 0,11,1 11,111 I'llll i W.uuv; it! The I.og in sport Democratic Tharos ' eib.'ct . of co-soit lh blood of American w.tli I .n- , i'iu' n yti.i.. C lirvlo ... it... ,"..,-.1. i.ln.i.. it.C . i . . i i ii . i i .i -.1 1 j, I,- p t .... 7 . i, ,", , . ! urged for the pmm.tit of our iud. htedti-' -s. and in i relation to the blachi. We want thnm. he conti r.aej, avs John ii. Jones, l.-o. Ji as sold out his interest in this 1 ' .... i . . i i cc ' t ' i rrriglitly Democratic or-an and retired from the tr- nor'': Iiloro ,I,;,n thc coinpl-tioti of ti e Vahash and j to '".'-nml to 4mproe our breed. "We are not j --In this part of the State, the democracy are grad- J'CmI. llii successor i.s Solomon Turman, i'n. (lood ; l-rie canal through the valuable grant of more thin luce to both ct them ! Til t tc;u.'.r Jnwnid, J riglit hundred thousand acre-' of land, oYa'ned by tin more than hall liim we want negro blood to make ually arou-ing themselves, and preparing to battle men of us," mid thus to elevate ours. les to the po- ' nianfully to retain the suDreiuacy which they aided in ' Siiion we held si.xty years up. " ( Jreat applause. I ..aining ia.-t November." Thisii tlie first intimation we have received of this j la to democratic Congress. In relation to the Oreiron matter, and accounts ihr the i:on-reccptiun of the j question, on w hich Mr. WY-bVr ha.I sp.,!;i ii nt length. Look tnT ion tui:.m ! The Ualtiuiorc Argus say 'rr.c;ui" br a week or two.- John, oti ought ti) ad-; he said, he entirely co'neid 'd with hi colleague, in ! that some rogues have hit upon the l'dlowing method vise us if that commission has been received: or regard to the justice of our claim and the chit y f r cvatling the tax tor p-allers and hawkers. They whether you have succccdt d in that inatrim nial j American citizens to defend it at all hn7ards. He scheine; or what is the matter. Lotus hear from j asked with much feeling and rmphnsi, shall we give you when convenient.- pp our territory atul thus rob tho American people nnd j This is an example which ought to be followed in ! all quarters. (tjrOne of the m st extraordinary absurdities that ' J posterity uf the opportunity of procuring hmes on the h's beer atlvanccd is -that a nun hts a ri:ht to do ; beautiful shores of thc i'ücifie J He rc ol!ected the wrong In i. It(nk. j time, wlien, as a poor orpuan tioy nc c.tue to mo ter- U it a greater absurdity than lhat a man oftentimes i ntory of Indiana lrom lenmssee, nnd when thosi t.6 no rihl to do right ! tjtrrLi. EiNCKofr, tho h.slo.'ian cf the United frates, has recently roeelvtd en J.onorary diploma from the Academy of Science X Hjrlin. OT Wr.ll IL S. ivi-j. of (Jrecn.'astle lease inform lis how that lit! le matter come 3 on ! Wc have no r?ily to our f wo last letter?. who rented land had only tf pay one-tliird of the crop. Now, in nearly all instances, one half was demanded and many required thc grain to be gathered or crib bed. Although wc had a hrge surplus territory this side the Rocky Mountains, stil! there was no neces sity of giving up a just claim tint would afford nn outlet for the enterprising nnd industrious poor of the land, who might obUin hou.sea and fortunes forthfin- t fM'iialor Mi If it Me. take a large quantity ot d . tiling to a town, and on j Wo are pained to learn, says the Washington some pretence have tin in seized and sohl bv a eonta m Constitution, that Senator McDutlie has been stricken ble, and pocket the p-ocecds. These fellow's are now on a tour of speculation out West. OciKNT.u.s" in TiiuSiiAm: ! Wc copy the follow ing notice from the Ronton Times: llrcliiiLile Finn nil. Funeral services will take place ovtr the body of Mr. William ti. Tukey, at the Ii nuett Street Church to-morrow nfirrnoon at li o' do.;k. II was while living, an active nnd faithful member of Covenant Tent, No. 1 I. O. of Rechabites, and that Tent will perform the lat tribute of respect to Ihcir departed brother. down by paralysis. lly this visitation he has been s;sted in their dein and--. Alarmed f yr their personal ; a-.-urcd u- lhat h pei.rrlly found tin- fntt wnk in June safety, the settlers resolved to n.-k lh ir lives at once ; .he most suitable fcimhi hr pUniinß ioihUms fur wmtcr in a struggle for independence. Tlie (iovernment use m d om the midJlc of June he c nti.'f n d a good herds, cattle, horses, Ä:c., were driven from around . ihm1. The potatoc crop may pu.ve a very ROcd one ihi thc Coventor's dwelling or Fort; scouting parties ; r, aid evcoy bodv knows u run be made a t-uhi-l.iu'e were stationed at a distance of some miles to cut oil"! h"- ahm st every other, for the susu-n-uire cf man and beast, all supplies, and after the lapse? of a few weeks in. s- J f'Ct us have p only ef ptatocp, then nut winter, if there -enters were .hpjitched to the Fort to ascertain the i should n a -arcny cf vt,. at, outs and com, and ih.y will disposition of Governor Miebcltorcna and his army. I'rovc 2,l'at VJ'ue l' lh ,jr""-'- The armed settlers numbered two to one of the army. . UV1lv U,,EAT- Resistrnee was u-eless, nnd tho (iovrrnor withdrew j lv "vc 1,e'iCVt' ,s aMiclc that can be fawn with his forces, h aving the country in possession cf i fl'r rroi'U('1"-" ""P he ,a..,e year ; and ii oceupi le. the settlers, who had proclaimed it independent, a 7"" 'un., U,, any other. The ht of the " Fe-uhl c of C'lih.rni i " .ummrr beng unfivorab'c ta its growth, it commonly thO Rl ,-UbI.C Ol Lulllor il.l. wn h (,ie onlU ( f A , j harvard , Oc.obe? In a lew more years Lahfornia w ill be ready for wj brr. -nnncxation - ami will 10111 the ?W;ous confederacy w jn !lip Hlu,h iar of t,,s Jw Zlr of the I n. ted Slates. Santa l e and New Mexico are ( Jirt.y ccMa j ,f lic fa ,s (ot q Jry agitated by a popular movement, an.l the di-trict , p.i be well to or thi, if other things fail ; we will'reftr Covernments have been menaced by the people; and I lo u again ben-alter. they too are taking the stops preliminary to " annex- ation." Onward! onward! is the progress of li!.- Arm, M:v.,,,e, crty nnd e.iual rights, and depute all Lnt;iaud, or ,r, f . T1 . Europe may do, the lv.gle of America w ill one day 1 llP Kr1 J;1"'' Inaibhcan ot the 1 ith inst., after ' c... 1 .iL.i..,il,i sc..ir Announcing that Rngadier Uoneral Taylor. Comman. Sii.ir . I ll III.: II.'U .ilia uiMiiuiiuinu u iinvu . mil. v. . . - . . ,7 North America ! t't . ?.1 I ort JvlV- ",ld Sl SG. .!e. i au.iu.ni o. 11. e command, pascci that place on the 1 1th inst., in ti.e steamboat Ie Soto, ein their way to New Orleans, and that there was a rumor that the lean patriotism 111 the h-Uowing artige 1 10m the lo- 'troops at 1 ort Jesu.) were under Uiarchimr i.r.h.r ton Courier of May 'Jod, hut exceeding good democ- says racy. Thc article alluded lo from the Colonial Mjg- i . " t. is troops will move Sot.th'.vard fomc- a.ine we will not copy hut will bay it is a perfect ! lim. "J. Jlll' re-iuimt of dragoons, combination of all that is vile and insolent. The j " iTZ e 1 IV"' f"1 UlC ComUvxt Was , , -. , , , .1 1 öcil fcon.e ; vears ago, but was remounted by the I miner has done its duty m a manly and independ- Rust Congress, an.l we nndetstand that IHM line horses ent manner : j have Leen purchased for it, and a part cd lliem have The annexed article impudently ferocious and in-, already arrived. Thef reo at present at the fort, con sultingly rancorous we take from "the Colonial .Mag- j -sis'img " vrn rotnpaniis of the third infantry ai:d a.inc a London monthly periodical. It breathes the ci-'11 - tourth itdhntry, are shortly to be rcinfc.r spirit of the liritish gir:u:t n! though, w e tru-t not, i u v, Uli' ',oir.panies (d the third infantry from that of the peop'e of iJreat Rritain. We are not quite r'urt I-eavenworth. ready to beheve that ti war with this country would ; -be popular in England; but such is the immense1 An American Mrniici:. At a irce in I'hiladcl power cf the g.Aernnient and the intluence of tiie ; I1',1.1'1' iust. nt ioie ke Revolution broke out, a Rritish aristocracy, that war can be carried on with equal! ,iiCt'r ';i'd, "it Would be to dih in the Americans to energy and with equal prospect ot succe-s, whether oiouar, me could accomplish nothing, ami could Riimsu iNsoi.r.NeF.. --There is riot only good A Hier in the following' article from the Ro- deprivo.i of speech and of motion, and the powers of. the mass of dow n-trodden humanity idiould approve or V1 Iu,5jdy lo lead llu m." 3Irs. Riddle (the mother a mind amongst the most brilliant and sohd lhat has not. vt (,,ir gallant Commodore,) warmly replied, "Sir, wc ever graced our public councils, are prostrated and (ireat Rritain his never relinquished the idea of , d,aU mid no difhcul y. I have sev n sons atul if they almost destroyed, it would be some solace if there "reducing this most unnatural child t'j a sense of du- t'amot l:nd a (Icncral, I nil t:i;i( had Hum lo bat- .i.,.l ... 1 . .1 . 1 1.1 . 1. .1 : .. 11 1 .. . ',' ' The first trial of the Klcctric Telegraph, established on the railroad between Paris and Rouen, took place selves and. children, if we defended our just rights, 'on thc 2-3th ult., an-d vrai perfectly satisfaetor'. the 'battered condition of his nervous energies. within the last tew years, will at once deem this almost impossible. was the least reason to hope that he could recover tv" any tiling will serve her purpose as an apology from this extreme prostration, but all who have wit- for war hut she would rather that the first open act, ! Is there, in the annals of the heroic n'es a n ddcr nessed the complete wreck of the physical man, nnd that should be termed provocation, should come from ; incident than this us. oiwiinsianuing me aii-graspmg avarice and ; r , nn,. . , . murder-lovin- rapacity if her statesmen, we hoje ! H f " Revolution, t! tat wiser thoughts may pervade the public mind and 1 the national council of the I'nited States. Vet it is , Tue (Iktm Raii koai i;:.tv. r.t: tut. (Veans.-I. true as any thing written on the records of eternity, that We understand that upward cd" futy young men, from if (ireat Rritain should obtain undisputed possession no les than n.nett en States, have made nrrangcmuits of CiRfornia and Oregon, nothing will prevent her to accompany Mr. Whitney's party this .-momer, to from at least attempting to reduce thc United States examine a portion of the route pr.-ju-rd for ti e e,reat to colonial submission. j Oregon Railaad. Fashion ;.m Peytoxa auain. It is said that another match is concluded between these celebrated racers, to come oil' at thc end of June, over thc Can ton Course, near Raltitnore, for sshOOO aside, which is to fairly determine the championship.