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pw« of Eouly, Monliog to nwtrvctiom,
kAar miMttlr Jncribinf to her th* cvur*
ah*> wao to uk9. Wrt bor to paroao l he ro
&i:wxitt ei brr JMnwy al«*r WiiSmi
atopping Ui r*frw%h auh«r b«ra*U or horw.
tho youaf hero.ne priaaid forward. though
tbo brat grrw mn %md m»rr oppreaane, u
the mo twrpt up tuwarda the aruith. Mi«».
WW, ftlhllU*»t Utfk (ma fcUfue. hunger.
mnwnm. %Jkr »m nixing on ibr i*4r*l
ummi ah* rutW., whoa about three o'el«*h
•a the afternoon to merging truai a i!rn«f
wuo«l, ihr oarae *o»JVol* oa a ftte vf »>ldtcr»
¥>■»' MlllKW Im« U»» Writ u» a
•l«ubt of tlicir friend*
** Where mi) 1 fiinl lien Situpteiw»a
be: fir*t eager enquire.
" H*4 l» «*uraitt|*«l a mile fn«ui h«rr **
Tab* aw U» hiv. iyiirkl«," *.'>* Mid, " I
ba»e a !»■««;•» IV'III 0M Ni rrmr
TV rtritrnM ill bt w hirb Fmilt *»•! hren
•■tatainrrf • * b«r long imi [*nli««j*
w« >«•«! and urw %Qm waafcwd the prr»
Mwt of the Imenran l».-neral. »h* waa an
weak tbat Ww Vul V *• Mfwurttil un the
burar aKm vul* When bri»«/n* inti> the pif»
of Sumparr. ahe rallied am) *u*tain«-ri St
i n«wW awaking mlbuaiaam. delivered her
verbal nmv t» the a!f>rrr, who
acting ra tnomdino wiih ibr talelligrace M"
waited, waa jn Hi»- m»rrrt w,t4nn an h»ur, to
nrjwh iHr point ««f iciK lum witbGeii firwiie,
+ -netnwiiu.ioA'r bad indicated ia hi*
byiril
1 wo wr»k» Srf'*i' Ijtnit jfi* Mir
I* >4. k mp liUiri, «h>< « »» tnh>tmml an
So«r ui lan after fe t ilepami* what *«e
Ka) d«HH> (H hi* -ii»« i\ during Iter «Wnrr
»r n»T»1 hot «prtk, i>«»r «•! if ■ l«»»r and pride
'hat alnnwi «ii0rd hiut a* h* J her to
b**4ra to h« r rrmm
£hr (Priori) Ocmotrat
P 4111ft* Tl 'K»I»4Y. 41 I.I *T 13, l*AO.
jy - « ■ . m Su«k r»n«
•ad >41 fcWj* M 'W« r»f" •' >k*
Iim. w t)«n Kr*r a *»»» v.
la V-»a«. TiH»!» Mklwi'tiN M ihr JlMt at
n*j*r>hi ncrwi
la % ilW*» aa.1 ikkih. II ilk H '»»l
JOIIN TO I.OK. I At *• i i I aha I |J«fi
ik#> »i!l !• i» ,tr»t '•* /•••■•(•
OXFORIt ml >TV rn\*i:>ru»\
TIm IWtiM-rtiK R^raN'r^a* «•' •»»•«>
Tt»iw uv1 PIiiui •• in ilw Cimiiii t4 Ihi-i t,
1*1 liau T aaa Iikl I'lialali hm ri*|MiW !>»•
HtMlutuI IhMrwl, li* W)«r»l»tl In aenj IWI
tfiita i« • r<«i»nih« i< t» K»|iin it ill# l'.«ft
Hmk m Huh, <« II r•fartWat, rw l»«K|vt>K Js%
.4k|a* «n, K /<* f'.Ui A V , ( t tS* |wn«»»
•i — I Him IW1 r.alrt fc.« SmI II »!»■' ('■■(Ill VIV
irara I • b* H<|(<'t»ar >wa. nj
All TksmuI rtuUlkM (hirli (<!• I' > I*•...
erratic i l», o( ■ !••• w 'rt, « 'I «ml rnr |Vlr.
pit nrk; uin bit» tiki « Irt • ■» HBit.hr.) «i*|
l«Mt. lit •, lag; i»n \M kimlli I t»l larult-btr
—J wilw ft htinlml mJ U«, tbiw. ml lau
ktB.!-«l Ml bllt and «l»r tar huialra.1,
t'tr Ui ktai lr.', It. fft • **»• aa. k.
I'rr urtiar »( tba l'.-»ut» (Yuuuiitr*
J Ma 10. 1*30.
DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS
TW ^mur-l. at "I Ifca ttnaa i 1 Taj
■ a. arv rv»|a-rtla4. r»- ••»•»#«* It. n»»t «i < ">»ant..*»
M I ha 1k>aa llmar, ui aaal tovtt. mi |l|ni''<i. if*
a»»» '-««•>» at «t I V*" "•* " " *" * '
M , la wkrl ilk mil aaaihi i M IW11 . ■■ • • I
fat m iht llama ia * taij l"i>aa, la if" lu
rial a a. I •aait l\ niratt*'M. ti> la Ili LIra II Mhl
Par it, ■« iHr larrtt fir at ilat Jt Infti.t nral, aifl
ka Iraaia. t ill Mtin Iwiiati llul ua« |«i^»i It i "la
Wl i« aatj l'iMtrati<4i.
^ ' T.aa I tauwlif*.
I>«six rtlir Krpuklim* >umi«nllo«s
FOR MiVERMtlt.
JOHN III BBARD.
«Cr«J*CNT»TIT»t T'l
Fn»/4 iKMrvl.
CHARLES A5DREW5
•Nrr, »i/A Ihllrrt
THOMAS J D /ULLER
.
H0KLSTEA3 £X£X?TI03
The Horm of EictB|rti«<i act. lint >•
with »oti»e up|M«itnw. a* n* w Lw» general!*
4o, npfriiltY if intriidnl to benefit ihf Com
mon pruplr. Hi't ID till* Ij« w<• »«"•• Iff!
little i>t rotnpUinf. It interfere* with
oo •-untrarts pre wou»h raojh-. 4a>t u> Vn*"
b«.».n« »• UMti Iia»r o*lt\ k> rn t^rn. «••{>• •
MvordiH|flT The credit t i» no n.«>r<- I il«le
to lowe than U tore—for il he i* ex.n uhli^d
to iruit altogether, to the boo»r it hi* debt
ore, he will prohabi* l>w no more than wbet
he tru*tcd to their property It the 4«bu>r »
hooem;. he will pa*. though he hat no proper
ty, not eit-mpt; and he h.v« the •ran* to *»
*i»l h.iu tu corutuolale the wbeirw.lit with
out m properry whiefc ft«- »n)« m
hi* own p»nf—ion. Il * debtor i> rx>l honest
or ha* not thr ronfclnKt • I the curaniunm,
•mi h»»inif no property ink rv-uipt. ranoot
jet rrrtl.led without *eeuritT. let hun. if hr
wu»he* tu grt iretliied, *ec*;r* hi* rflrrto U» a
tur jmouni, anJ Shi» hemp *ecrred Vr k*.
than it* »alu*. will *timulate him to pa* ->
*» nut to sacrifice hi* prn[<-rt* Erne thru
mar t» «>ur :w»n»i urn* 10 ^1 vtntr n-cunty
of pr> but U> thia ini u—HMt -lebtor*
h«»* alwav* been mbjeet im>rt ue Iraa. V/hI
Um v tuol in «*!■• .«( mf»-» uf giilmg
Credited, It W-M||J n-'t he thtt greute»t cur**
(hal cow 14 f*fjfl lh*ttl. fnt tit • rml (llaMHlU
of niri, where debtor* are obliged to»ecurc
ptafrtv, they »r» the U«*rr* If. w in the
«y«U<*a of MM, there i» JIT fret in the
U» . r*lati»e lu Um* «u«ciuurnt or «■ "it £ >>tf
of proprcty. Irt the IrywUtm* *u am*rjti. its*
to wbi . .ur Um Jltfcru.O—taai Wltl rrrditor
and debtor nui luf thrir ri«fHta
The ri« iu|it,oo tlx" h>.mr<4rad. «>i »ny
other proper!* to I mum aiDvuiit, lor Irrr
and iliiirew li>r ii< ttf, w rouo nun. lor n<>
Mn cut uf right deprne another of the
mean* o4 aubaLalttKV. uiy tuore llia/i he ran
rig htfull* take »w*v (.i» Ule or U6rtt\ . mui
can any uian rigUUulW yield th» «*m or the
rttwr H*ihv w« doubt thr tdltvrt'.v «l mi
nun to aril hi* h«4neaW*d, ct«vpt to obtain
ikk brtler adapts! to hi* n«t. * and wanta —
kliiating IjimJ MMpuitea iiiL*t eventually
Mcruml) u» Vhr princij.lr* of llonw*trad K»
wnpB>»n—«>r thr tin* la routing when labor
er* will d.wand an interest it»-i
tiki. Thua* Jenutvia iuu«t be omoiW mmJ
patron* will im due rourtr of time,
proprietor* ofth, al «o much of thr land »
their real want* rrfjaire
Ther* are two leading waaoua iu *»«r ol
exempting * man'* ►KMoewtrad. or a wrum
m—mi »t property (mm liability *t d«bt,
whreh ought k* bate great weight. Tbr brat
I*. that thr d.reet Itultnry of eieuipttng tbr
hufUMMl fnm irbt la u> p rraer*r lb* tafrg
nty of lit* Auniiy, both m aurirn afufcptayr»
ty It will keep the family Uifetlwr b* krep
in j liwin henw—ei6.' frvut >11 the »U>nn» of
»<J*eraitT. In tkat. it «il) jriwtlv tead to
preveaft the bwh from wwnf on tbe public
for MpfOTt. No* the Stair whuoh Wf u)»ir«
baa a >lf p nv-riti in mintainmf th» unttv
ami prosperity of the fkmily. The who)* ia
nude up of it* part*. SorirtT ia fbumVctl in '
tb« foouly If n«> family ladmen out t» aeek
a prreanwo* aeppert. the J**a»e will hate frw
criminal* t»ut. and o» paapera t» maintain
la cv«rr ■«*»* *t auctetv, n» matter what the
lawa, the anlvent muat maintain the insolvent
With ibia ticw of the •■bjert, we think
our U ifi»Ulurr will not repeal the Ffteinp
t;wu law—at leaat, »*>t till it haa ha<i a fair
trial".
MR PEARSON.
It trrma, aeronlmg to thr tr*timon» «»f hit
apiritual idiiri, *n •> lh« tun* of hi* rir
ruticn, " |>ifpanil to dif." Wrl), n W
prrpaml to ilir, hr w x» moat rrrtainly pn
|«fnl lu lita. What a pity, in a community
wSrrr christian*. prapaml to lite and b» u»r
lul. • rr iuii o*rr nutnrroua, to Iraarn ttoir
m mbvf Hut good jiooplr arr ao liaMr to
•• tall from *ra«-r," ami it ia to uncertain that
Christum will atav chnaiiant, that thr M.i»
■a^huarlta author itica dair M ritk It; mi
pwur iVar«4i ha<l to awing \mi thru to
■nordrr a christian in thr prcarnce of a few
permitted to hrhold thr art, might h.i*r i
gv««l tuutal M'flurn.*. rapmally liprtl thoar
without—<»nr hi;, lighting—vnc
man (tuning n»ar murdering another with a
hatchet—titimaitug that they might aoon
luw m«*r tn<!*rt><*r of thr «mr aort
" Vrngfojtcr ,» mi or; I will repay aaith
thr Idinl " Wall, thr opinion of thr hang
ing "fcnltt" ia, that Hod nrcutrs hi* plant
through So thr Gotrmrartit is tJod's
>j*tt nnmlr hia trvgcanrr, m tin* vaar.
on a ;»«'r mortal. that hail probably for the
hr*t limr ia hia life, heroine prepare*) to h»r
\imI lr»j il* Internment should fad of bring
thr agrat. thr pnaoiirr was wratchrd night
trvi dar, tu prrtent Ii«l'» uaing thr han<ts of
thr mnwaW, instead of govrniinrnt, a* a
mraua *4 «Airtiiig t« ClIMIMaL
■fctf f say r I should hate aaul # V»»r>«fa, fat
hr wa< "prr|«rnl to ihr"—la hrr.
In lormrr time*. it wo though thr rieru- \
lions should hr public, because the> wouUi
srrtr to *dmoi,i»h thr wirked rabhlr nf tln-ir '
in^rn«ii»j V.ta- kWl wow, ia ihia agr ol
pr» gresa, ikiik' hut a prtteIrgrtl rlan, Mir ar
riatorrary. arr allownl to whim-** legal mur
drr, or to profit by ita admonitiuna. Hut no
wondi'i it i* *u in a S«alr whrrr immojadiung
ia Um- ruling |u*M«n Prolubly tin* nrxt »trp
tow«irJ* et*ih«i¥s«i will br, that ihmu- but
elrtfytami of tin* "right sort'' wilt hr ap
pointed '• hanguirn"— with tlicir deacona U>
art at deputies Why mil' If hanging a
IrHow n» rial ia a christian, hritrtolrnt art,
thru rhr.ttuna ceriaialt shouM tir cit£»f»-«t m
thr seme*. t hristian munlri christian'
think of that
Mill t!l» »!•<». " n<i 1 inmiK-1
tJotrnmwnt to bang anjr of lU aubjrfla' 0
l/ve pe-tflr lUi •Srfr tliJ tlfc- jie*»plr jf» t
Mm 11 amboril* '—«ur fr lm not I be m
thorit* tn mhi lifc»—bo» then cm the mam
ha»e it' Whjr Uw people ti*->-t ami form
compart. and r«>mWur their pfioetplr*. nMt
th.» oiobinati.-n pr <*!■**• » imp* j»4 ut\
d:d'r<*«tk «rmp»uiut—a prineiple that author
•«r» luffing. Hal *krti JhI (><mJ authorise
th^m to eaerute that principle upon an* emu
n«; that fvnipn't—the iujii* upon tlx" in
dividual, r*ijin!l«-» <■! h:» £•■«<' <»od i» tlw
tuber of all. ill* lie e*er authorifd the
tuaji* >4 hia children to Hiurjt-r the few ' If
aw, *hv did llr not han£ 4'am, or employ
»!<l .t'fam. a* an agent. instead of placing a
niiik ul prohibitum u|«m thr fore Im ad of
< 4111 '
" l'«b.<»" uhI an old hanging idiwitr, a*
•tern o a mur«ler<>ti« .i|.) pbaria** . "I am ait
m t«4 x nf .VJ, which, rightl* inter
preted, mean* that he was hangni ami aent
right airtight to II* II "
Vermont State Couvenioa
IV [Vnnrrata <<i Vermont, at tt»r<r
"Male l'«ot>'kUo<i. (UMttl the follow u*,; rr»»
liltWM
/»'.That wr >u«tl thr pltltirm
of the national I •»•»**• ratie p*rtv. a* drawn
up by It* hand of Su.* Wright, adoyk-l hy
tJ.k Ilikimorr l'«m«rtiliN in l-l", and aj»
U» r*« r\ lutmul Ik-ti*rraUc t'omen
1i<m »u«cr that tlinr—that »r Iwlirtr thr plat
form bnu<l enough, and narrow enough, atui
t<«*l enough f»r all true patriotic n publican*
Ui m.iihI m-on, and that la rwuii>ruaUM* any ••
it* pniMMpfn for rot injffitijj stli.tiu-* »lift oth
er part**. in U> haiurd thr ulcly our national
organisation, and the weal of the rrp«it>|inui
involution* of the country.
ft-1.■/«•»«/, Thai in accordance with thr al
r— ■»i <awaM>« wulmat «4 ike prople «f
Um uuMtoeMAnc Nuh ». we reyanl »U»c
r> a» a great moral and political evil, and art
op|aM> .1 to ita eatrnaion into any territoriea
now Irrr. yet w.* h*U that no particular
mtiain ■*» tff>iiu«« in relation thereto ahoiild
ta jmp a criterion of }*ditical faith, hut,
that Ih-rein lVm<«-raU may !r»-< I* hold di«< r»»
opinion*.
R That a» a natioual, and not aa a
•ecUtwal |arty, tlie Deimcracy ha»e achieved
Uwir |«a»t triumph*. and that onh ** a na
ln'naJ party i-aw An h«pc (if future •rrrflfth,
•■m.ii»m and pm»|ierity, and that m» one
idea, htwirt important, ahould br prrmitlrd
to obliterate or even obscure the old laud
mark* which Sr^au»»e manor of federal*
.mi 1V001 ct»« domain o| Democracy.
I'rwf. \V Webalcr to lie
in offiivr of Harvard I nitrnily »>n aft« r
hia cumicU'ju > wa* rftan ati|TFr*bti to
hrtn. ami Iw readily rrai^iwd hi* with
an njiffiMon ol graUiudr la* tW- cvq>«<niitKi
for m* prrjMi^in^ hitn.—Allot
llrtLTH ur WiimiMiTnt. The •utnntrr
nunplaitit aa»uiiM>» a »rry malignant type at
toe capital this «• a*«.u—bring capmalW ar
te re W|«f> aUiltirrr*. By wxnr it laconaidrr
ol Ik >yn'i<i ol rholrra, r». prulublv,
u taut «a that diaraar. The White
Hou«r >a conaidrml peculiarly unhealthy,
lr<** |«aU pMuauty to the I'ot<»
mac. M/ IfMlc»i»ar. Wy artitar. rlar
whrrc
fir Tl * il«morntif ram IB N« rrnr»a«Li
wa i» repotted u> be TIIHKK THol'SA NI)
In Hutherfcrd county, Unu. drnwrit, rain
ed 1100, aiul i» tnamyhauily rlrcwd nn
\|anly, niiif. «»••* *»» gli«*iii tw yura ago
by ""Hi oujufity , '11m i itwtiit Hate rain
ed m»r n»etnbrr« of the lejulatutc
Peraoui De»irou» of Employment.
YoMf mm, and yowfha down In 14
year* of ape, of a ftir action! n!u«
tioti, mm! who ran wtite • tolerable pnnd band,
rrwdinf in any pari of the L'uitrd Suki,
will, by ad.lreoaing a loiter pool-paid W» " Bo*
No. 3IKW, It. Y. I'oot ('Wee," »etei»e 10
fbniMiiiM) of a im-Jr in whirh iK«*t r»r» b*
employed with perwmary profit to thttmrhra
for a frw wfrkt, or, in eaae of aurrpM, per
manently, wbile thrr will aid in an eilmaite
plan for tbe imprwement of edue*lii«n i
throughout the ro.inlry. Editor* friendly t<*
education will pleaae cop* ihia nottrr.
Tmk Pie-Nic Piarv, which went from this
nty to I'arial 'n* ynlfdir, «u a *er> pleas
anl affair. 'Pw Iram consisted of iitrt
ami the number of p is«enger» eould not Wa»e
hrrn le»s thai i*if ikiiuund.
'IV» inifil at 1'ana about ten o'clock,!
ami alter marching in prnm*i«<« thnnigh the
* illa^e, repaired to a *!«.»* irtn-al iu the
wood*. where. ai»ul one o'clock, they par
look of the substantial <ui»!t for the
i«vuhmi, which, ihrrf »ai enough iimI in
■par*.
The pleasant seencr* ami rjrellenl air of
this wet it mi, am! »< might add lis advantages
lor spotting, ate getting to U- known by cur
cttiirns. /'una Htll i« one of the finest
plaocs fur summer rraort tha are to hr found
"arm>ng tlie hrmy hills of Old Oiford," and
* Sen «e»t.w< tlut a couple t»f gentlemen
i>x'k a wagon, and went out sum* three or
four miles tlu-tM* to a fin* a »lsv or
two since, where the* took ahoul UK) trout in
o«k il|rrnni>n, some idea may In* obtained of
the allurements it oiler* In the dc»utec* of
old Issek ,»lt«o
Aa ro Itie rie^nio—ma\ we not etePaim
with the l»»t,
•" Thi« li a |<alrul i|t nrm latralMM,"
when a |"er*»n ran ride ninety (our mtb-s for
75 cents, and he furnished with a gtusf drmwr
at that' /VrfW .Wi*rti«fr
W \ letter receited at lltn||or. fnww ^1*
Kdward Kent, consul at Nio, states that artcr
the death of his son h* a fe%er, he withdrew
with hit faintly W» the high legions till lift
<h«*W subsided
I'm - «*Tt' M»*s NIlitim. i\ I'oiti.ssii.
tlen Sim I i«•«<•«( ha*ing accepted an in
tnation to visit >f nne the pr»-sent month. (he
<lerm«-raey of 1'ortland arr making arrange
ments to rrcvitc him ami lor a Maaa Meeting
which i» appointed on Thurviar the l.'.ili in
stant, when tfc" distinguished grntlcniM is
eapeetisf in tbat etw. There will no doubt
he a large gathering on tl>e >■ ras.w to hear a
speech IrtKn the Hero of San Jacinto, a man
sh"** praisrs hate Iwig ht-«ii in ihe mouth*
of the |v*nplr The <V-tia tf-Taca ol' Portland
* atrnd a gem ral invitation to their ikntwrrvt
ic brethren in the State to ».ri th< in m wc|.
• miing ton l|nu»i<«» to Maine.—[/ftrng»r
Ikmorrat.
tHjrr«rm*K Ki»c is Kabhi<m»tu«.—
\Soiif half |>a»« IV n'rliN k %r«trnla % in*rr>
tng, a li'r bi<4r out in Kaimington vdlafr.
which, brfort It mi auhdiird, laid tin- prrat
T p«rt i>( rht »■< ihr plarr in
a»hr« Uwa afcout (wnit» it».i ihtKiwtMl dol
tan
Indiana, Krnturky, Mnavon, Iowa, Ala
Kama and AtkanM* hrld thrir rtaprrtitc »tatr
r|«rin»n» on Monday. Indiana rlrru thia
\rar a Sutr IrotUturr, i t '«ijtitutioaM °im
I'lilmi, and nun* t-'al olfirrr* Krnlurkt
hold* h«r ftrM rlrction iindrr hrr rHortwril
Constitution, whirh turnrd thr old Senator*
(having unrtpirrd trnn» of <•««', two ami
ihrrr vrare) oot uncrr11witmi»l\ Shr flreii
* f<rtfi»faturr i#il». this \nr Iowa rho.». »
two mrmUr* of CoagrvM, Sutr offirrr*, ami
a l/|iiliturr. Alabama rh«»««r* a l^ciala
turr ikiU, and ArkanM* th« «am« —.V )'
Tnbunt.
t-f" The Wa»hiiigVtHi wriU i tor thr \rw
Yoik f"«-«nrr and Hn.juir*r ami Philadelphia
\mrnran mak»-» »«»tnr •' awful d.»<-|<«« rr»"
with rrirsnf W» a Southriu niaMtrirj, thr
city «»f M' \iro to l>r tin* capital *
IIh" irrri|>1» of tlf I nitrd Sutra
treasury fimn April I to Jun« J«» wrrr
II , rtprndilon-t >12.531 .*>'? 21,
• \"-m of nprnditMrra I .T11 .**•«»•- 10.
fh*nr|r*TH VlCTOtT.—.\*rlk (Wm.
We Irani that th«- dnrnvriti ha»r |»arr»r«}
2VH> in rounlit-s heard from, an<l »i* mrinhrrw
of thr Is-irialalure. Ricil, drnrnrnt, i« err
tau.lv flrrinl (Sotentor . and thr Irf'tfialature
io«»t probably i« d«-m»»-raiir Mr Manly,
thr w hip Huternor, «>• electa] in 1*1* hv a
nujoritv of *71 otrr Mr Rird, the demo
rratM* rindida*- Thr \»t. wm for Minly
13,300, Iti.d II.ImJ.
Lirrti nun (![» Wool. The mom* »>f
tin* dotinguikhed nlivn amf w>Mirr having
ln-rn mentioned a» vxh1 o4 thr d«ii»«'ratie can
didate* l«>r the nomination l«r (»overn«if «i
New York, thli fail, thr following letter in
rejdv In one addre*vd to him on the »n>»jret,
lm U i!m' KwhrMrt AHvcr
IIMT
T»or, l"th June, I8AO.
My Iti'it Sir —1 have but ihi» moment rr
eenrd your favor of tlie 10th mat., for which
I tender you my thank*.
In reply, I have hum- «*l> to <uy that I
hair U'l-n applied tu by many ilrnteralir
fiumU to become a r-amUUlc fair the guber
natorial cliaia \>i -New York, which I have
uniformly declined and *>r pmmnm which I
doubt nut would I*' (Mtikfa'lory toyoua* w*ll
a* my 1rieu<ia in penrral. For acnice* ren
dered my country, I truat I have the a(t|>n>l>a
4ion anil good if»i«<i «>f tbr |>eo|<le of my
fu»ti»e State. Thi» i» more |>reciou» to in<*
than office, and more than iati*fie« my amln
tioa.
For thr favorable op»««n you have been
pleav-d to eipreM in my behalf, and the ri
al ted Btation you would confer on me, | offer
you my grateful ackuowUdtfenR-nta.
With em»iifc-Talion» of the highest rvuprct,
I hait the honor to be.
JOHN E. WOOI^
KrurrcET. Ijeut. Governor John L.
Helm wju maofrurated liovernor tf Ken
tucky, in placv of Mr. Crittenden, <ni the
morning of the Il*t ult.
N
PRESIDENTS MESSAGE.
On the Tcxsa QsMtioa.
To the Snimir and /War tf RtfmrnUttrfi: I
I herewith transmit to tf»" two Hons.* of
Congreea, a letiar from hi* Kicellency the
G*»ernor of Tciaa, datrd «i the 14th day of
J inr last, addrrM*<1 to thr hit* I'm anient mi
the I'mtctl Sutra, which, not has trip been an
awered br him, came to ntv handa on his
death, anc 1 also transmit a copy of I lie an-,
•wer which 1 ha«e felt it t«» be my duty to[
eausr In made to that rotiHwwnmllotl,-— I
Congress will prrceise that the tMitrrmir ofi
Texas officially states, that, by autl* my ol
the Itf-tfislature of that State, he dea|«telM<d a
special I'uninissioner.wilh full power and in
atructioos to eiicnd the mil jurisdiction of
the State liter I lie unorganized count ics ol
Kl I'asn, Worth, I'rvsidm and Santa Fe, ait-!
ualol on Us north-western limits; lie priir«<rda
to aay, that tlie Commission had reported to
In in iu an official form, that the military otfi
rt-ra employed in the sen ice of the I'm ted
States, auiitmeil at Santa Fe, interposed, ad
feneljr, Willi the inhabitants, to the fuHilnienl
of hia (Vyct.aiul III fatot «»f the establishment
of a separate State floserument, east of the
Itio (iraiMle, within the riphtful limits of the
State itfTnu. Th<*w four countic*, which
IVtaa pr<>|M>ws to establish and organise, !«•
injr within her own jurisdiction, rttetul onr
lite whole «>f ih'1 Territory easi of the llm
(•rande, v-likc'i has hevu hetctul>rc regarded
as an r«Mitul and integral psrt of the depart
iiwnt of Nrw Mi xico, and actually governed
aud jswsessrd hy her |ieople until fimqueivd
sud aeten d from tin' Ni public of Mrlim by
the American amis Tin- legislature of
Tetas has been called together bv the fjov
rruor for the pur|«i«c, as is understood, of
mainlaininif be? claim to the territory east #4
the Itio t ?r»mte, aud of establishing over it
her own jurisdiction, ami tier own laws by
force.
|iiM«riip «f Tr*a« majr *rll ar
m»t llir altfiilmu «f all bram-lna «<f tin- (lu«*
rriimrnl «f thr l iulrd Stair* artif f rrjoirr
tlk.it lIf v «<rur »tnlr r«Hi|rrrM la *rt in m*k
•itui. V rriMa nitt U l«i>u|(l.i 1*1 «hirli thall
• umiiM" tin- l»» ItouM-aof C<Mign-aa, and Hill
iiwrr >1,nv.lt llir llkrcutitr liiMrnuarnl, lu
an irniiMtlutr jirrfiiritianrr iif thnr rr»jin-ti»r
dull** limit r tin- <'urmtitulioti uf thr I mini
Stair*. I tie I'ri-knU nt !■ nmlitulrd Cum
min<Jrr-in-<'birf ..f ibr \nnv ai»f Nan, am)
ul'lhr M11 ma «f I kit* a>-trial Stairs »l.rn rail
•if Hi In Hi# artual amice i4 U«r I mini Siatr*
Tim < '<>ii»tltuti<Mi ihrlin* aim, that hr «full
take rarr iftal thr Uwa la- UithfulU (imitfd,
in.I llial U »lull liom timr tu tmir gt»r In
Ciin||rrM mt<-riiwatitHi »•! tin- Stair uf tin- I n
loo. liaa power uftdrf lb** funati
tulimi t» j'lmiilr fi>i rallini; mi thr itallltia In
rlmitr llir U»»of tlir I num. ami auitahlr
ami .ij | i»f nalr acta «M • ihi»i« »• ha»r Urn
{•a*w«l, aa »«rll fur jini* iilmp fur ratlin? forth
Mir unlit,a a* lur plarin^ other ainlahlr ami
rfirirnt t>TMM IB thr haiMla uf thr I'rm.Ifiil
In rnililr b in In iliM-barpr ih. ruualilijt'imal
lurnnuma nt Ilia ulfier. Thr u tiuhI p»-rlurn nf
llir ar» n( tlw '.'»th «f Krbiuirjr, |?95, drrlarra
tlui •• vvtiffrr U«i *•! ihr 1 mini >ui» »
shall U- oji;«»d, or lb>ir c*rcutlon »J»lrU' U'l
in any Stat- i>l rwtohi nation a too rlul i*>
tr Mit>)>rrwM b\ tbr otdiuan mum of jodir
1*1 prwrtdmt(» of thr l>owcr >f»lnl iu »!»••
mar»baU, <h« I'rrantrnl mat call toltli itw
militia *o t*r aa mav U* nn-ra»an to *upprr»a
auch combination*. ami to rau*r llie law* to
!*• iiulv ctrcutrd lljr tbr «"t of Mirrt M,
IHC, it ia provided " tliat in all raw-a of ob
struction u» ihr law*. nllK'f of Umj I iiilril
Statra oi ai v null* idual Stat#- ol lYrritory,
wlira it it lawful fc>r tlir I'reaidritl to rail
forth tlx* military fur tin* pur|«>*r of rawing
ihr law* to br duly rtreutrd, it *hall l«* law
ful for him to rruploy for thr *an»r purpwa,
«irli of Vtx* land of ua«al f«W of lh«
I'nitrd Sut"» a* br alull judgr neer*«ary."
Theao arvrral rnartinrnta art* now in full
forrr. If therefore thr law* of tlw I nitfd
State* »rr oppwr d *»r obatrurted iu anv State
<>r IVrritoit, by onulniuiiwn »«■> powerful lo
br auppriaaed h« thr judicial or citll authori
lira, audit brcotnra a ra*r in which it i* thr
Jut\ of the Preaidrnt either to call out the
im I ilia, or t • employ the military or natal
force of the lulled Sutra or to ilo hoih, if in
hi* judgement the eiigrnry of the oeraainn
aliall ««»tcjuirr, fr.r the pari**"* t,| aupprra*
u»f »orh (viMliiualiMi, Utr ronatitulioual duty
of tfir |'p "•tdrnt ia plain ami prrewptury —
Thr authority te*tr,| m him t>y law tor thr
prrformarrr of thia duly i» rlrar and amjlr
'l'ru> aa a Stair, ia authorial to maintain
her own law* ao far aa thry are not repugnant
to the ronatitutiiMi, law« and treaties of thr
I'mird Stat"** to aurpre** in*urrerliwn against
h»f authority, and lo puniah thoa«- who com
mit trrawm igau.at itur Stale, acrcuiding to
the foriut (ijoiiiUtl by hrr own Constitution
slid hrr uwn Uwa. Hut thia |>owrr l« l««*al,
and cn«(lit«-<l entirely witliiutUr limits of Trt
aa hrrarlf. She can (tfmaibly coi.lt-r u» au
thority which cau U* lawfully rirreiard be
\>ird Wrr utu b«aiid*ry. All thia i» plain,
and hardly i^ila ar^umrm or rlucidatn>n.
If Tc&an ruilita, therrforr, inarch into any
our*uj Um- other State*, or into any Territory
of tl*> Obit-M Stat«-«, llM-rr It* rinxutc of CU
lorcc any law of Tevaa, they heroine at that
iitaHiB lit tn-a^«awr»—tliry are no |iHij;er un
der litr (»iot«etioii of any lawful authoiity,
ami ate to hr reganled merrly aa intruder*.
aud if w ithi i auch State or territory thry o»>
»trmt mt law nf llie ( lilted Slatra, ritlicr hy
liirre of aritM or mere powrr of nuiuU ra, «m
atituting auch a roiiibination aa ia too power
ful lo b« aupprraard by tin- ri«il authority, thr
IVaulmt o| Oh- 1'iiitrd Statra lua no option
l>-It to bnn, btil ia bound to ol«-y thr aolemu
injunction o( the <"onatitution, and rirmae
the high power* waled in him by that matru
inrnt, and by tl»r acta of ronKrr»«. Or, if
any mil (mi**r, aru»rd or umiMrd, enter into
any Territory of the I'ttilrd Stalra umfc-r the
prou etion ol tlir law a thereof, wuh ihr inten
tion to wile indnidual* to br rarrird rlar
w hrrr for trial, lor allejjrJ oflrnrrs, and tin*
poMie br too |-»wrrful to be reaiated by the
authorities of the I'iit^ Stale*. Thr yra*r
and un|toriaM <juaatio« not* anara, win ihei
tbrre b* in llw IVrntory of New Mencu any
mating law of the U. SlaU-a, opposition lo
which, or oimtrortion of which, would cooati*
lute a ca*<- calling lor the iiiteri«iaiii»* of llie
authority traied iu tin' I'reaidenl.
Thr CoMtilHlMW of thr I'uiud Siatea, dr
rlarra thai tU conMitulioo and Uwa of tlie
I n.kd Htatea, which *UU br nadr in pur.u-,
ane« tlirrmf, ami all thr treiUr* undr, or
whirh <h*l| br madr nndrr thr authorit* of.
lh« I'. Statea, aliall be the wpmnr law of
I lie land. If, therefore, New Mexico ho a
lemtory of the Halted Sutra, and if an; trea
lf atipulatinn be in forre therein, aurh treaty
atipulation la the auprrme law of the land,
and ia to >* maintained and upheld, and aceor
Jiuplr, in the letter to tb« Governor of Tei
aa my rraanna ara fi»en for hrlieving that
New Meiico ia now a territory o( the t'nitrd
Statra with the aaiue extent and the aante
hoomUriea which tir looked to it in the actual
pusar«amn of tlie Republic of Meiieo, and be
fc>rc lite late war. In (he early part of thai
war both California and New Mniro were
conquered by the anna of the Tnited Statea,
ami wer« in the military i* wuhni of the
I'nitrd Statra at the date of the treaty of
peace.
Ily that tn-aty the title by coo<|urat waa
rniiiifim-.l, sod Ihrae trrritnriee, prntinm, or
departinrnta separated fiom Mexico for e»cr,
ami by the *.uin treaty certain important >i|f hta
and arcurilirs were aolrttmly guaranteed to
the inbabitanta reading therein." Ily the
fifth article of the tre.ity it ia declared, that
the boundary line between the two Hcpublica
•hall commence in llw (>ulf of Mexico, three
leagues from land opposite the mouth of the
Km ((ramie,—otherwise called the Hio llra«o
d«l Norte, or opposite tin- mouth of ila dcep
rat branch, if it slmnld make tuore titan one
branch, emptying dirrctly into the ara , from
thrnre up lb*1 middle <»f the ri»er, following
the d'-rprat channel where it ha* more than
one, to the (Mint where it strikes itw southern
boundary of New Mrxirn, thence anlwitf
Iv along (Ik whole iu t fie rn N>ut»lar> ni
Mexico, which run» worth of I lie Iciwi railed
I'wmi, iii ita weMern boundary termination,
ihcnee Wr»t*jni alone the wcalcrn line of
Sew Nl> %im until it inter«<cta tic fir»t branch
of the Kiter (iili, or il it «h<>uld not interaeet
any branch of that rnri, then t<> tie point on
tlie a>itd line neareat to audi bramh, ami
thence in a direct line to the aanie, tlience
down the middle of Mid branch ami of the
•ant Hirer until it cn»pti« inlo ill' Itiu Colo
rado, thence arrow the Colorado, following
llir dirmufl Inn* upper ami lower
California to the I'aeifir <b-ean."
The Mli Article of llir Tiealy tathr follow
mp Wma " The inbahiianta o( Mr* if an or
igin now i -alahhalied in territories prrtioualy
Ijehwigmg to Meiicti, ami who remain lor the
future within the IiiiiiU of the 1'nitcd Hulra,
•lull he free to cwlinoe wherr iliey re
«i«le, or to rrmufr at any time to the Meiiran
Republic, retaining the property which they
!>»>«*«« fn the aaitl territory, or diaj«aung
thereof ami removing tin- pruceola where*rr
they plea»e, without being aubjret«d on lhi»
arciKJlit in any nrntrtbuliun Ui, »>t rhargr
wh*lc*«r Th.~' » Im •lull prefer In remain
in the «ji<I territories nuy either retain th<
iiile ami righu ol Meiiran cititena, or aequire
tlmae of citiaena of the I mini Slalra , hut
tfp'T "lull t<e umler obligation lo lliake tlieir
ehvtion within out year from tin- date of Uie
eirhange of ntifiejijnna of tbia Trraly, and
th»M' who •lull remain hi the aaiil territories
after etpiralion of that year wnhi.ut bating
ilccllinl their intention to retain the character
ul Mrimm, tlull be cimtMlrri'il to luu U»-ti
elected to t»-eo»nr eiliaen* of the I mini Stale*
in the »aui ii rritoru * Property ofetery kind
now bebHt.'inf t<> Mem-ana u<>i r»ubli»lied
till re, •lull be III lul lte
The prrurot >iwr>er«, it» it Un*, >t M~m>
rana, who may hereafter acquire aaid proper
ty by contract, thai I enjoy, with rt »p»et to it,
ruarantee* «t|aally ample, a* if the mih" U
Ion I'm! U) rititrm ef the fulled Suv»."—
I'he tflh art.cle of the Treaty ia in tb»-»c
wnrda —•• The M- *ican» who are in the ier
ritoriea aforc»a'd ahall not preaene the char
acter of ntiK-li* of tlie Ml lican H' public,
coiitimitably with whit i« atipulatrd in the
preeveding articic, •lull lie incorporated into
tlie I moo of lite I ml<*l Statei, ami U- admit
ted at the pro|ier tune, lu judged of by the
I inigmw of the I'nitcd Sutra, to the n/»y
merit of alt the nghu of cili**ita of tin I niu-d
Suira, .i<t onf'»f to the principle i>|' tb« ( fir
•tilution, ami in thr nteanlinic »l..ill Im- main
tained and protreted in ihe frr«- enjoyment ol
their liberty and projierty. and «ei-ured m the
free eaerrinr o| then rrligit4i wnbvut rratric
I loll.
It !• ('lain, tlwrrfatr, id the Urr i4 lk>
treaty siipulatio i«, that alt M< &icans niib
ll»litl in territories north or cast .<1 the lint- of
domarratnn already mention*!, come within
tin- pm tectum the Oth ait., and tlul iIm*
tr»-4t* (ring a {-art of lUc •vprrme law of the
laixl caU iwi« mrr all » ,rh M* itrans and a»
«ures to th<-m p«"tfect security tn the free en
j»»*iint of tlwu liU-ity and prt»|*'ily, aud lu
iLe fitr ctrrr:»r of their religion, jihI tin*
supreme law of tin' land is in actual force
otrr tin* 'IVrritMji, u«i is i.> U- uuiiniainM
until it >JmII !«■ di»|>lor superceded by
other legal provisions, «r nhatri.rtrd by cwii
hiualion* too powerful to betupprciardb} the
civil authority'1'hia case I* one wlarh
rutin * within the provisions of law, and which
obliges the ('resident to enforce these piou»
inna Neither the constitution u>«r the law*,
nor my duty or my oath of office Irate me any
alternative or any choice of my actum.
The Kacrutivc (stive mOK-lil of tb« I tilled
Slates haa no imwer or authority to determine
what waa the true line of boundary Ut*«n
Monro and the Tinted States Iwfore the
Treaty of (iuadalou|>e llidalgv, nor haa it any
audi power uow, since the i|ue»tion haa be
come one between the Slate of Tcaa* and the
I'uilcd State*. So far as tlua boundary ia
doubtful, that doubt should bn f^moted by
some act of I'otigicsa, to which the asaetit of
Texaa may be necessary by some appropriate
mode of legal adjudication , but in the mean
time, if disturbances or collision arise, or
should be threatened, it ia absolutely incum
bent on the Karvulive lioteruiiMiit, howev
er gainful the duty, U ukfl cart' that the laws
are faithfully maintained, lie can regard on
ly the actual stale ot thing* existing at the
date of the Trimly, and is buoud to protect all
inhabiijuila who were then esUhluWd and
nowr remain north and east of the Imr of de
maikaliou.iu the full enjoyment of Uieir liber
tics aud property, according to the protiaiona
of tlic Uth Article of the Treaty.
In othrr words, all must be now regarded
as New Menci which was potM-sard and oc
cupied a* New Meiico by the citiicua of New
Me licit at the date of the treaty, until a deti
nue line of boundary shall be established, ami
by competent authority. This assertion of
duly to pruteet the people ot New Mexico
from threatened violence, or from liability to
be canted into Tciaa for trial for allegrd of
fences against Tenn law a, dors not at all in
■Iwfc any claim of power on the part of tbe
Kiecutite u> establish arty rt*il or military
goternnicul within that territory. Thatpow- j
rr belong* exclusively to the WgttUli** d*- g
penmen, and L'ongreae it the tole judge of
the time and manner of creating or authortt*
ing any *urh gorrntrncnt. The duty of the
Kaeeutit* <>nly applies to the execution of
law*, and the maintenance of treaties actually »
in force, and the protection of all the people '
of the I nited Slate* m it* enjoyment of the
righia which those m ain * ami law a guran* 1
tee.
«
It i« eirwrJuitjl) desirable lliat no occasion I
sliould arise for tl»e eirreiae of the power* (
lliua »csted in the President by the CmMitu- «
linn and lawa, with »halctrr mildnes* tlnw
power* might be eirruted, of howtttr elrar I
ll»e «*»• of neceaeity, yet iiHw-qurnrr* tni|(hl <
nctcrlhelca* follow which no buinan sagacity '
can foreare. 1 hate thus laid before Cong r«-s»
I he communication «»f hla Kicelleney the t »ot- '
ernor of Teiaa, ami the answer thereto, and
have made such ot»cr rations aa I hate thought |
ihe occasion called for respecting constitution
al obligations which may arise in the future
pt»greaa of things, and mat dctolte on me to
discharge. I hope I ahall not be regarded a*
stepping aside from the line of my duty, not
withatanding I am aware that the sohjrct ta
now before both House*, if I express my deep
and carncat conviction of the importance of an
immediate dcciaiofl, or airangetnent for set
tlement of the question of the boundary t«
l»«'in TrtU *od the Territory of .New Me*
•en.
All considerations of jiwftice, general c*pe
diency and domestic tranquility call for thia
It seems to be in its character and by puamon
the fir«t, or one of the first, of tha quest,mis
gr«w ing out of tl»e acquisituwi of faliftirnu
and New Met ten, n<>» requiring decision of
New Mexico, can lie made cither a State or a
Territory, until it ahall be lint ascertained
what New Mexico la, and what arc her Inn
i ita and boundaries.
In a case like this, surrounded a* it i* by
nvtnv cogent console rations, all calling for an
amieable sdjtlMmenl and immnliate settlement,
the I internment of I lie I'nited Statea would
lie ju*4ifp*i in me opinion, in allowing an U<-'
iletmiiiy to Teias, not unreasonable or e*»
tratagant,—but fair, liberal, and award<-d in
a just spirit of accumulation. 1 ihmk no
etenl would Is- hailed with more gratification
Ity the |o*qile of iJm* I'nited States, than the
imicwblc adjust incut of these difficult ques
tions, which lute U>r a long time agitated the
country, and omiMcd, the i xclusnmol other
subject*, th< time and attention »< t on gn *s
listing thua firrly commuuicatcd tike result
•«f tin own rtfltrliim* on the nv«t adviiubh*
iis«le ol adjusting this bourxlart question, I
shall, ivs«m be ebeerfully aetjuicsre in
any irther naide wlncb the wisdom of ("mr
grrsa may detiae, and, in eimrUtii*, I re
l»ni in* conviction, that every consul ration
of the public interest manifests the neeesaity
of a provision by Congress of a settlement o|
this houndtry question before the prevent
MM|tm lie brought to a close
MIIXAim K1U.MOIIK
Washington, Aujf. 0,
, l*OU">t K.Lli Tti»l. CnlUS, »bljf, h<»
, hiN-it rl«Ttci| to the < 'ouMitulioual Commlton
•*- •" l» «nfc'» mrm-nly. f.j Ili-uofllV.,
RrnwMi tun hrrn ftn*n to the \»wmhl»
IV Shiulorul <U»ti»rt haa rlertml a dtiH*'
rr it, aiwl a tl'iiturri! J ml Itu * hit;* !»•»• Iweti
i lirtil to \if \»-wn»M».
In county, the AV|ilr> In the
('miTetilhm irrilriiiliil,
ThtM two counlira rlei-vM tlinv Wlngi
to tin* l«-£v*tat«re l.im tear.
'I'lif <'if*m-»iitin.l< up Mr Mi'K^nu
of IVtui . t.r ihi* ln«<-r»»r, and I 'imn>l lor thr
War l>r|*Miwn».
rr tw I'lirtfiml Ihlljf A«t»*rtinrr h»«the
fo||o« 1114; troiu »ln- • V.ltxuu WrrkU < »■!•
tier.
" In fwWiiir*, we •hall !■* openly ami un
JkfiWIj Whig, Wim: *■ mnImMmI fcy
the father* of the Ke««>lulioa—Whijfn m
prinnplr a» Iwkl ^ikI rarrmf out by tlx *»liij
|ar1v a» th«*ir Injitirmlr MrcrwMim."
WHI. tliui i» an mpnnnnrnt—alti»|frthrr
in advanr* of whijTIT'TT Inff—therr i« »»ir
lif^a-a »f ('aliimna H Uic» yr|, IT* »h f
in llr Si»i.» irt* 10 politiro "Tory"**
un«ler»t#»«l b* 1 In father* of the KrTolution—
"Tory" in principle » Md ami carried out
by thr " KV»tril |«rt* a» their lr»jiitnnlr«uc
itHon.
ItlLiKIMO IViMH 4 ItllMic. frightful
/i'iii.Vikji/ ,Vi tdrtrf.—Ah iriMi lirul«(r ««i tlx
Him* Kailr««d wa» rr«7ilU broken tlo*n by
the wclflil of W cattle caia. Tin
li*e jjot kiU Iv o*i-r, but 15 of the far* with
tin* cattle ami 1 tw tr drum, were prreipiuied
into the »lmm, ami r.unnril ap in a terrible
manner <*ith the ruina of the bridge. Three
incnwerv lulled, ami a great proj*>rtion ol
' iht- rattU.
Xiaaoun Election.
Sr. Nh is, At't. 7— First CiKigresaionaT
District— )i»hn K. Darly, %* hijr. hi« 3»>U ma
jority in St. l<ouiacouaty over F. A. Uiaier,
Ik-ntiNi frwe «nl> (. In Cape Ciradin county
Janirt 11. ll<>* I III received Hi-.' voles, »
Mm, Racier 373.
| Tim State leff islsture and municipal
ccrs in tl»* riiy ami cuuaty of Si. l/wia, he
aidca the sheriff, coroner, tie. arc elected,;
with theeiecplioa ol" I»o judges of the county ,
| court. 1
Second < <NicrrMi>Hial Distnet —From this ]
district we learn tlui Mariou rowuly fivea
liilehriat 1'inttr, whiff, ifllJ majority <>»«t |
Im 'ill it if llenton arnt aali-llenton candidates ,
Italia county ffivea Porter 100 majority o»cr
James II. Henderson, anli-llcaw«a. S« t 'ha. (
ffnes Porter, *• hitf. 430 majority over Hen- '
dcrson. Tim la a whig gain am lUe Uat con
Orcamonal rtcrlxm of j«M>. Auarther despatch <
uyt the intelliffence from the seroed conffrea- '
sional ilmtrict i* highly encouraging liir the
elect km of Farter.
Marion county haa elected a whig aenator '
and two wing representative; Halls county
ha* elected whiff representatives ; St. Charles
county whiff aenater and two llentoa repre
acnlativee, Lintun county has elected a w hiff "
aenator.
Auffuat A—The election returns coiae in r
slowly. We cannot ffet satisfactory reaulu {
yet. The returna receivnl are favorable to i
the whiga, and, no doubt, Porter's elccttun is '<'
certain
DIED.
At Mr. limit 7»h Iiwt., Al»l«i »f».l
It )MH.
acssiuear
ACABmrr,
Th« F.B Term will fi«™« nm H M»f>.
-ml« M, mi*4 r.-nlmur litltn •*»kt iimtrr lh»
■arh (pfKovrJ inIihIhm «f
A. K. I'. SMALL, A. B.,
Miami )•> aaarh r«m|»t»«t Imlirti, aa iKf mlmn
( lb# M-kaul .laiaaiala. As ~ Trarh#t
I t|»H baa lavit aM«ml, »ho will (nam > clu> it
Iw »|ifai«| ih» trim. •
Tfcr pfnaprrnaw aaj ka|i>» mmditio* «f ihw In
IHMtua, it MlvUrvn), «ill irtain il» ptrcni ik<»
( |<Uh rottbalrart .
BOARD
hw 91,00 in 9I.M |« »»fl, Riwwi n» l»
Jrtiiani ilmp fc.i |bi«f »lw laiah*. Utaul lb»«
dm.
TUITIOM.
IVr irrni of 12 »»Vi, f I,*»
I'rr »rrk Uf IfM tUM, ,26
Half, Eura.
J ItAKKOW.M. H~*,.
Mel*...., Aitfuat 12. INM. 3-77
Cn the M.i|»nnlrn<lii>( ?*rh.».l < ..n»m«l«»# »f lh»
Taaaa, anal lk» llnki iaf ikr I'UmiIwm la (h
tnf tl Comity.
Yaar AIM'AI. rOMTMTION l* ikr »!*-.
IKK uf -I MfM»l of tkr IImi.1 af KtluialiiM, M
>1V i« •» l»*W '*>» y*»»i Cmf
II' «•» i I Pa»ia, " i Wrilnra.!a|, tk> '.*h'h ,i i
C. aril, oil A M
I Irailri In ttM v* ainrrrr ik# ilraana.
Mralmn ..( iri|«i ai«|a-imfeianr» j,t»» ,,,
*•» rk<Nn ii i Mrml»r «af lk» li'-arH, rtrr imp
III it It ralakliakin*»<, an.) ii*»lfc#i iWlana a it
XWIII N » Ml »t\
NrnWi M lb* |l-«lil nf IVaral^Ki
U Ot(uf<l C'mMjr.
fan*. Am. II. 1*30.
To Ibr Trafhru of Ikr t'ulilir Ki KwIi in
(Hlurd iNilfi
TV T'«lwii' liuiiiwt* t>» ik* *'.nan«» i.( 0«.
C.ail, a III Ir tii.Llrn, lk»(ii»riil irti.M I'ana Mill,
(i>niurnriaf mi M-xxtaj, ik# IfilK of "**(>«' aa!»r
IWM, ami nmlimwi ikr naiMl trnalk »f Inn* In
»tl*»Hi lii ik* iwi niii riaata* •■! inaliariMio, af
In Ik' ml Inn* t>» ik* Imiiinlr iH>IIImi'«U|iwi|
<•«•* awk iia.a* oil) l» iU«>4»ii rtrknltrla In Ui
i"iii anil Wlaifi i« rlxiMi.ii, anil air raiariHi
rn|iar»lrii t»«Mn* (M rp«i *<i k irnaai ila) n>{ lUr
• hnlr linar
Ik* prrarnl irai mil rl-wr m nmarllM ant
ikr ll*anl 4 l.daralina, aa*l ikr Inriiiiiir in |a- •
|Ml| "ill Ik' laal milh *h»k I (batik* sA <i'i
• t.nnrrlrj 1*1 i< Ir aa nrran4 am|ni imh In Ila*
■ni*t**la af rilwaiwa, aaiiSi nwirliri an<1 af
Laaliaf rriftria.laanar. ^Tl I'll! \ I Ml l< \
Hrailri of ik* I'm ant )-'»• ai»n l. t
HiUil < .ain't
l*arit. Am II, l*JO tf
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Ill 1 kl'IKLD IIM iJUII It MLKOll).
Annual Meeting.
V>li** ii kr«i|r> (urn, lhal lk> Annual Mrri • {
• .I l!v >l<* kkiXlaii nf ik* It. khaki llra'irh ll<
nn>l • 'nni|Mn», taill la- kiklrn al ikr laaa 11 "«ra ■«
III* kin I.I. nil >tia>lii, Ikr Slal ilar <nf'H i»n ,
al I -■'< k* k . I' M., ••• art Ikr f..lk.» t
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I T.i krar Ik* I nf (l.r llnnlma, • I
Tirjnan l<4 ik* j«ari »*«r.
}. Tn arr if ik* Amlkililria «aiK a ka.ijr •
inn. h nf ikr 5lk II) l-»», aa rtfaifla ikr maanlar • f
11111 • tufa.
3 Tn nwk* altntrr »f Tliiflri» |»u*rt .aa .»
am k lanmlct a* KUI il*lriminril nit, b.« ika an
aum* tear.
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PROBATE NOTICES.
ti a ■'( 1'iulatVr. y l«i W imUH i > I
hf ihr I'ltHnlt '>1 lt|' hf'k Alt tf
tu,.iai, in ihr t>'«r <>l ur l« t.l • ;Mr> , ..|
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thirl ar|i.iri« >4 lin i tiaii 'i»i-!ai|. rf m«Ii i.
It aaa I Niirtril, Ihit Ilk nrl linl ui (il»
a.lirr •<■ all prta.ni iMrtt alrtl, It t-»uai C » " I ' "f
iSn oi l« t'l f* |<iUiihnl Ikm attli »n>in« tfli
w Tl» "it' i'llVnv ral,(imiIpiIat that t*• •
mat .i|'|«-u il ■ I'n lul'I "«t in l« la il it M itrr
liiril, m mhI 1'iwiit, mi thr riflxli iln I Ji' iuii
wtl, at Irn '•( Ihr rlrfk n tKr t«rn-a, ami
raw, if ant ihr) h i»r, «• h. thr nu •!» tM i l»
ilkianl. M <•!'<• K. *IUH . lt<T(i»l«
A liur rtipt, Atlm liln K
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<n thr t*i<»i»» of l>»|. r.l nn ihr mlh il»« I
UjiMt, M llv ytmi ul i>ai l>4j»t(ltlmi lw le<l
ami hfi»:
MKAfL n. IIRAMI.I'Y, atliaMwifa** itr *•
ma ailh thr Will amrtPil, ttf thr ratair f
*«||»I S. Illlillil, Lit* of I'ritlnn, in »at«l ■
tt. il*rraaatl, haling pcmnlfil Itn (lit miwi it
h.a ailimniilratiiHi <■( I It* nUIr .1 aai.l iltrraar I.
|i ttaa lliclffiil that thr tan! littiiniilin
• iIhi In all |>(ii«i inlnntnl, raaiiitf a fn|n 1 f
thii I'filaf In lir f<iWi»hr.| atria tarrrtaitrK
hi Tli» <>»(kiI I*iiih lal.pnirtrtl at run, ttiat iWi
>mi i|^irw al a C|i4atr I'umI |> I. hrkl al I'ai
■ a, IK . II.I I ••rnilt , »n tin |.*lh rv«l|t"l !»<#!
Hial., at i f flfc- rlw I in ihr (urn. it, ami ih'»
■ anar, if im llirt Katr, ahi tkr umr ah-nM m l I*
MMvi 2T K -«ll \u 10. .
\ liim rtifi% . till al III <■. K. NNa <* , K*(
Al a I "miit i.f l'i l»«i« la-M il I'm ailhi* ami
f.« Ikr l'i«lfl i.f lltK'llf, '« ll«r a i«I It 'III "f
Anfiiat. Ml I ha imi it ..a< ri{ktrm kiwlil I
t »l til •
On llv rrtitHMiiif MARY \ tt \KHKV
■ i* of W ilium Wairm, lair ttf lliiaia, in ia. 1
I 'i«Mt, ilmitnl, |> at in| |.< iHiaurr tan of p.
MMtal pci^rflt i.f Iki lair hatluml,
Il »ai l>ri|rtr<l, thai thr aaitl \\ ulna fitr m-i ■
bt all |»famta iiUnntnl, tn i anility a (ifi «f tkia
Iiritrf III Ir iMhlnknl 'War arrlit ,»rmnt(i
in ll» lh(«i| Iktamt, ptnitr<| al I'aria, that ihri
■al a|qw a* al a IV-laalr i'mat In Ir )»rkl at I'l'
l«M( i*n ihf n.nlh U| i.f Jiman artl, at In. ul IV
rin k in thr fitrrwaiai, ami akm raaar, il ant Ihrt
t»a»r, aht thr aarnr ahtwltl i>- l U- tiiiral.
n a bo k muw, Mw
A lrt« ruft^i \ltr*l liln. k. Hll ia, Hr|
1\» lllr III* Jut> I'rinrv, Jwlfr nf ikr I'nWt af
I'rtJtalr, hrU *1 I'ryrWf, la ml l* Ikr >'«*n
••I in iW int uf Vifm, A I',
I MO.
J Oil* A. U' ARRIA of ll.raa..a
lawarJutn »f finli A Wiiirn, IJ B jikk
iihI 1\ iIU» "* Wararn, in in. n an.l K. k> ..f M
mm Wararn, Ulr «.< 1111401,
•fmnrii 1 ti ll ikr xhI ■>■ rwa a#r ami |» •
iraartl »l lla- 11.j lira « >l>ii trtl rTatr . •
n llinm, .(irfkiiil, (m| ilnrnlxl Mb>aa> ■«%'
iall fir <>( Lial in Iliram afaaraahl, a ilk ikr laiikl'
n|< tkrrraan, ikr twaaaralraii i<( ikr lair \\ illia»»
iVarrrn: iIm another parrrl lam I in lliraaa.rna
aim*! Ihirtj-itr arm, iwl rallnl tkr IVrrf kit,
Ian twKbri pwifl 14 laivI in aaiil lluam, fwiUw
n( 1 biff* ann, rallnl tkr Br»«n k»l, alao «w kail
4 11W athri jiarrrI <•( laaal n Mai lliraaa, mnlaia
•>«J hU» arrrr la rnanuwn anal n4iiulnl aitk Ni
kaaarl ITarrra ami Jnkn Q'ama, a kirk aai4 paria
"M arr ailiin t In ikr ri(kl >4 ilnan ut ikr »«*>•
I iSr Ulr n illiani Waitra
Thai aaul ralalr la »ii|wnahartiar of ana Irnril In
aal nnrvna, ibr a nana I r\prwara ikrarf.* nrfrilmj
II ikr inrnanr tfertruf—tkal il a ill l» tut ikr mur
al uf anal kumi, ikal Ikr aanir ah. ml. I hp k.LI ai>i
lir |«f«. e«l. frail r> at narrrat. II* ihrnUr piaii
•aar llnaanr kit Ixraaa In aril an.I rnaiai aaid rral
• lair, puraaaat ikr Malulr la livk > aar a aaoJr
ml uoitiairai.
JOHN A. WARRF..1
Bjr C. R. AtBR, kw Ally.
it a IVwart M ft"kalf, krkl at Knrla»| aHhia ■»'
l>>r tkr L'naaaita of <Hfx4, na tkr aaalk >io» of
Aafaat, in thr trar uf uair Laird rvklara kan.tra.1
ami 611,
O* thr Kwrfning prtiliaaa ■
Il • aa IMmil, ikal tkr aaul (iaiiJiu [t»«
iHK-r In all prr*..na intrrrair.l, hj raaainaf a rim >.l
ai.l prtilioa aaitk ikia arato Ihrrrnn t.. U- |*aMiakr.l
arr* aitli aaarraaiarl« ia Thr OUntd Iknxiai,
tintnj at I'aria, ikal ikry ma) a^a-ar at a I'l' lalr
<>«il In Iv krU al Ml, m aaal Caali, mi tka
laattk TaraJay of Aataal, mat., at taa»llkrikak
1 tka (Mrmawif ami ihrw rauar, if an, tkry hair,
kt tkr aanir akuaald i» t l*f rai.l«-.|
T1 GEO. K. 8IIAW, Rrctawr
i Im ntp,! Altm (Jco. K h»ai»,R#|

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