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Mr. Green, h tirer c: Jf?- !; . t our Minster ia .Mci.-j, &r:. J :.:; I y vestcrdav's cars, an J i :tf ". v .i.rri tii the :ute iej ii:.r. ciI nj$ instant, y cil.c tic-US liittid t- iii. a t. that u known t: r.t. A C 'PROTECTION' TO ALL-EXCLUSIVE PRIVILEGES VOLUME III. HOLLY SPRINGS, (MI.,) JANUARY 8f 1845. NUMUCR VX '. ar.i t ii i l" uc ere, ca i -'-.. t i.:en in u .. i i ... . Fratn Arthur's Magazine. I SAID SO! BY T. S. ARTHUR. He'll be a ruined man in less than a year. Mark my words, and see if they do not come true." - , This was said with an air, and m a tone of self importance, by a brisk little fellow, who walked uneasilv about as he spone, ana seemed to consider himself of no little con sequence. I've had my eye on him lor some monins Something must be done. What shall it be?' The question gave activity to his mind. He thought, and thought, and thought for a longtime. But only one hope glimmered in upon the darkness, and that was a light kindled upon a treacherous coast, it was the hope of relief from pressing demands, by using, without his employer's knowledge, a portion of the money that regularly passed through his hands. The first suggestion of this to his mind, caused him an inward shudder. He looked away from It; but eve r sf n third verson.and frank the letter, if written by A. v t rr n-Trt! m; Tiinm? WHO TAKE NEWSVAPERS. ffj- Th Law is, and so the courts decide, that any person to whom a paper is sent is responsi ble for the payment, if he receive the paper, , or make use of it-even though he never subscribed for it. His duty in such case is noi , w paper from the office or place wnere n ... y ' r . .... U ,1na not Wish lor publisner uni "c THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE IN RE LATION TO MEXICO. Captain IVagoajian, private secretary to the President, appeared below the bar with a mes sage from tao President of tho United States, which was delivered to the Speaker. Mr. DILOMGOOLE rose, and intimated to tho Houso that if the motion of the gent'eman from Alabama Mr. Houston should prevail, he should move ths coraTiitteo to take up bill No. 21C, which, h;iJ been on tho calendar since the last session, entitled "a bill to provide for tho collection, safe-keeping, transfer, and dis bursement of the public revenue. Mr. vVENTWORTIl hoped the House would hear the message which had just loon received from the President. Mr. J. K- INGERSOLL. I hope to. .i .i . t , , r . - A iwuuuuuicu ui-iittia "luwut os,..wi. w . Andtnere were m oiner nuaneia uiss ui and gone to nothing before thi day tweive ihe ( by Mi,Ie anJ he embraced LRead. read." - monli). ...... -hh.nt onnortnnitv. Pressing demands were! i, TTOTTSTOV withdrew his motion, that Why do you prophecy so badly ot Millcrr lherebv metf and a surpius left m h5 hands, the message miphtbo read. He is one of the cleverest men I know. FrQ th-g timQ forth q host of evi, CQUn M Wbnt WORTH. That b right. Let That's a fact, and no mistake. lie a eJ!ors had access lo his, ear aad he listened us have the war message, gentleman all -over, but that wont Keep tQ lhem too 0ften. There, was no reform The Clerk accordingly read tha message, as him from ruin.' f - in hj3 habits or expenses, but rather a giv follows: Give the reasonyou must have one. in of the rein to both. He indulged more To tlx Senate and House of Representatives: Oh, as to that, 1 don t give reasons lor f enl(y in expensivc pleasures, and had, I transmit herewith copies of despatches re- w hat I say,' was the self-consequent reply, ' pnnrnr(, ,rn rpsort oftener to the funds coived from our minister at Mexico sinco the with a loss of tho head, and two or tnree 0 (rtVor ua ai w;,h nnrl commencement of your present session, which ..iri.loonnrncj iho rnnm . lint. VOU mar.i m V I . i : I 1-.; frnm tUir imnnrtnn. and I doubt not 3,,1U" - - ' - - c ' less compunction ot conscience eacn words and see if they don t come true, bee d before il Miller does not go to me wau ueiuiu found his business pressing upon him too . . t L. past, he continned, 'and can see wnica vd) , . , . . f i- f . f ho ; fm nrr. nnrl where it will all end as clear f J. . .p . r,. a fc"'-o i tu io iiauaiu. iiie meu sccmcu ujw- un so revolting. . He did think of embezzling his employer's money; only borrowing it as a measure of temporary relief. Finally the tempter prevailed, A good opportunity presented itself for using as large a sum as two hundred dollars without a suspicion of rlsivlirrht.' - That's the way with you, Heal; you al ways see to tne ena 01 oiucr pcuio o remarked a bystander. I can see to the end of Miller's course. and no mistake. See if he is'nt all used up Ticenty -Eighth Congress. BJECO.fU SESSION. dat? of hi li' 1 -- can ccreurvt . t!.e isr-cretr rr a died it.e u''W.u.c a: by a Lr:.i?r act S l :: M Var:o-i4 run;rs a'- a 5 cm i err.;;:j .4 J t y a are u:. New U.. -i:; : , , ihe geographical sections of the L'nicn, chart s wholly unfounded are madj against pirticuhr States, and an appeal to others for aui rr:ec tion apa'nst s jpputd roug. Iu this fcair.ii CMtnection, sectional prej.i I"c are attempted to be fxcite 1, and the haz r. unJ unnardunabic ttTjrt is laaJo to foment i!.-1 iU;A.mnnt s-f. cf tha Union, and 'concerns.: vc:e eve r to h-arn. tint, howrvdr f.o-.-?v w j nuv iad i" in discussion anion;; oarstlvcs, tho Ame-scaa people will tolerate uo interfjivtsca in t !..r J mystic atriirs bv anv forj: a i-r.cri.r.:.1: t; ar.-i iu ail that ecuevraa tho c-nt.:-tic:. ii iJ'i tes nnl the national lienor, t:.o p-op,.-o: ; United States hae but one iu .v. I aid o:.o - en Tho eutiect of ur.tK-Ui- n mjst lortunu.tely. to every pc:ti:i tt ...I.-. ,! l.iv.i .....-l I i iUL' txviunu uai-i itk.v ivv.. w.w4 - its highest obligations if itcoitJ hire a-J-;- v i j a courso cf policy tlictattrd by seciioa.it i..:.r-i -esU and lecal U-oii'ijs. 0.i,ti.e contrary,.: w ! y ; lnovic. ll.n i i.titiit WH Ui'llIKT loc l. I: ." t'C- t tinnnl. hilt 111 id J its apiwai to t.s K.-.' re-t u. ho wholo Union, and ct verv fetate ia t;.e iiorn i if .a.. Union, that tho ucirytiaUon, aaJ haji.U t to trci- E itiia s:is at t p w-' . - . , tv of annaatlon. was c-uUrca iutt; ai.d it .i ro: e, I .na.."-'. .n t i k t lime. tmiiM nw t --, - - Miller I will receive, your calm and deliborate consider 1 . rr-rt i: J l, 4-. I r tt AnciUP I ii i if i f i . i iiu CAhiauiuiiiui i "j time next year.' Very well, we will see.' So you will, or I'm no prophet.' The confident manner in which this man, named Deal sooke, led several of those who .1 . . heard him, to suppose that he knew some fart connected with the business ot iuiwer h thev wera lrrnorant. Ana tins tin. ...w.. j "D ras true. Deal was one of those restless, busy here- there-and-every-where little bodies, who see and know iarmoie what is going on in the world than do your quiet, thoughttui, Dust iness absorbed people, lie visited tne tnea nv facts that had come under the observa- -mm tion of Deal, not one had been suspected by to the pea Miller. government, as to notify the TT ,.-. a cent to Tavern, or other place, and are noiiaKen uui vy a iu. the person to whom they are sen'., mc iuh moo ter. Store or Tavern keeper, &c, is responsible xbr the payment unless be immediately gives no tice to the publisher that they are not taken trom the office or place where they are sent. IjXTBACT FBorvi iHti , " " ; "T" : " I . ,h n cverv uisiauut, u i rp nnne or ihc:h ;i ivecn; nui itam aw muw.. play, as to see itical assemblages, and Kepi ins . - . mon R- as the posted up in ail tne mile and great mai- ., . Mf nal bscribers may not be a- ters that agitate the surlace ot a community . - ... . I I n W ' I I . I a ... t I I . r . .t.. .ami n inn. ii u& i nr si r i n uic uecu v. ins means ui iuiuj- wareoi me au- .w ... --- . - --- -: r - . , . that by requesting the rosi xuumc. maUon m regaru to nis neignoor s uusiuess n nini too .i,;u tu rv;,.m nnvpmment has heavily. His payments were not made wtth roly to there- the same ease as formerly. 1 here bad been tho executive, through Mr. no dimtnuition in his busmess, and he was Shannon arrainst the renewal of tho war with entirely at a loss to account for this fact. Texas whiletho question of annexation was Not the slightest suspicion of the real cause penj-ng before Congress and tho peop'e, and passed over his mind; for his confidence in a!so tjj propcod manner of conducting that Gray was unbounded. Had he known any war, ill not fail to arrest your attention. Such thing of h:s habits, doubt3 of his integrity remonstrance, urged in no unfriendly spirit to would have been awakened; out. oi me ina- Mexico, wai caueu ior uy wu.- -- imperative character, having relation as well f tt.ia rr-nntrv and honor of thu to the cause of humanity anu PAGE 50, SECTION rr 1 1, t wt nnt ii.l . .i which papers come to your omc iu o ooserve tne wuitu laii j ,i.m iitt are sent. I . ken out by tne person w w . V" ..k' attended, ll you will give immodiate i - f-- I rooms and pol HWiUTi ouuiiii: - min i n-Mi.. rM r.,n hi .lown, civilization, 'lexasnaa emercum J L'lUI U1U VUUll Jciy ' . a renewal of the war, on the part of Mexi I - r iUr. ;nvitntinn of the execu- ward course. His monev wants crew every ' : " ' a thrnoi at rea iv so inuuu , , - , r- ;nrn,,i tuerana wnen.ioriuai uti, u : . e who reau ar y r , . , mrtrolwith arenewa of the war, on tne panui the d fund3 mre anJ mre co, she naturally lookod to this government to frr- NOTE. Some sul , iiiiiern vs a ruinea man w u " world, if he keeps Gray about Uim." would say to himself, whenever he pel interpose its effjrts to ward off the threatened blow. But one courso was icu mo actinfr within the limits of its constitutional V competency; and that was, to protest, in rus- th pectful, but, at the same time, strong anJ uoci- ded terms against it. i ne w ,....:i nmu triirtd uv euicis uj uewoci wo f vr - ' - tion ..11.- ii v. I ; 0 - t r r t.. : - r; ' ; w a I t : r - 1 i. : hat. bo far as demonsiratiou have been mtict?r. a.. I u-..!:.! " : upon it by tho people, tlu-y have procc.-J--d ir.u', .. J i all portions of the Union. Mexico i.:iy c i , :t. i c; . :r to excito divisions amoni u?, by u'.t.'nn; u:.- ...j t; :ca; . . er ; uat denunciations against particu.ar at-s t , t;w, i; j nut wnen si.o comos io .u k.., uu 4 , s lions ad-Jresscd to our f--I ow-c tiz -sn by S; and afterwards by herself, to sett..- K.i, Aero ncceptcJ by emigrants trom all ihe tj. -.s,i ar. 1 anv r t '. ; j y it v.. . t 4 nml v)xii. in addition to ta:s. !io r. !rc :: .s i..r M V - - - - recollection with t.ie lact t.iat tuo Wi which was inaJo to acquire lexis va uir the administtation of a uls'-inuisV.! c. i-r from'an eastern State, whiJi w;h :.::.r.vr renewed uiucr iac au-p'-. -s ii u t i ---; the soutiiwoat, she vM.t awakulo a knj!. of the futil.ty of her present purpose ot j m dissensions among u, or producia u.o.rac.uu in our couccils by attacks ciiacr on p.irt.cu ar States, or on iiorsons wiu uro now ia hit tirementot private idj. oaa.eriti in? ap peal which she now nnk.es to emuioat c. - f i by name, can slu hope lo cscipo ccnur2 t ;r i having ascribed to them, as we 1 :ii t-i otii.r-N ' r i il.-vimi n- s io iirctonds now jjr I . J :i. rpv.ii.-l) cfhuini orrinited u -t t r uilrr on d.ts i c: it r. . i t irv i.tcf; '. ' . 1 1 a e r y :.tcn ; : . ? ; i: - tier U ojr ci. .ir: I jo; t .-: tiers are not taken out perceiv ed the youn clerk spending money wi '".I-' ;rt ,ic their letters containing money, .. WP,P,,rt!linlvDvprv rrMt. nn.l greal lreC(Jom' he oliea aia. uu - ' 1 . . r- , . i . . 1 ottrrs uuu i 4 w .j . v. . - j - - j to I . I u . r : tn tho ivrnnr. i . 1 .. ;n ,1:-. v nnnn hein!T salineu i.iai .v-.-, . . - , . .. .; 't.nra TOrtK c luuhiil Vl suviu'i us mui & 110 uo reuenuu r.r-a - r mi , nis opiniuu iu iciiaiu iu luuoo muikcii. . v, . , ri, i rltan. ordoreo, on mo wanwi something. Tnat fact made his remarks whisper a friend ly warnin gin his ear .hear, militarv. the desolation of whole tracts o t,, Miiipr. half believed bv several who J r , i,or,,a v,.,c; deatruction. without discrimi- uwu , , l irritj uasseu. hiiu lie ureiuiaun i , - heard them. In truth he had good reasons . k ., ' rtro . mo.e illvclved. Not nation, of alUges, sexes, and iconaiuonui frt. h;a .vH nmnnoaticalions. for he met too " ' 7 ":..,. Kovln.rtobor. tence. Over tho manner ot conducting war, iw w - r - - o - . . a v nit: u i. wds luauc huhwui - r - Mexico possesses no exclusive control, one has no right to violate at pleasure tha principles which an enlightened civilization has laid down for the conduct of nations at war, and thereby tetroade to a period of barbarism, which, hap pily for the world, has long since passed away. All nations are interested in enforcing an ob cr nr nf those nrincioles; and the United -JVJ . . r .i i.;it t; 4 .;: . i v:.tr..v A'. 'c:ii I c j- 1 1 . l.r i d J 1 2 HoIIv Sprinss Post Office. WM. E. WILLIAMS, T. M. This Office is opened at 7 A. M.. and closes S. Offi "r.Si I SO ATM. open fhrJ. immediately a he, the ,arnva and rontotoc Mans, r- frpnuenilv at the theatre, and in very trn- other. The proper company, Miller's confidential clerk, r of (J nQt defme; and unfor. and was, likewise conversant tunately, not suspecting where it reauy iay, facts proving that he was clearly u0'1 he remained altogether at fault in endeavor- of the trust had Deen reposeu iu . Counleracl an(j resist the do wn wai u of doing his duty, which was to PomPy tendency of his busine until ruin was the - r r ihA nnnrt nrt nl n i: ki&. lie i - iniorm iuuier m no w - .. consequence of the Southern cpen one hour. MEMPHIS Oft WESTERN MAIL. , Arrives Daily, except bunday. at J P. M I)epart3 44 TUSCUMBIA OTt EASTERN MAIl-( mntA h mw t: ike too many ouieis, ..... 1 . I with merely shrugging his snouiaer, as . m3 ..An. when occasion warranted his do- UVVU . i in so, and prophecying rum to me u. chant who had unhappily placed confidence in on nnworthv acrent The business in which Miller was enga i.K.,rh it embraced very important vrii & aibiAWM. - - -'' . t 1 c.in,. I o . " j Q4 r prks tor Arr vps. Mondays, vt euuuaj transacuoiw, au- ... ,. npnarts. Tuesdays, r . ' .... r. uajoi -i .OnVWV.T. M. iluw-.-.-.- - - ,i.nn. Iv required tne aosiruuuuu w Sand dollars to embarrass and jmally break ,m the merchant's business. J.nrh an untoward event was very n t.nhit of vounrr Gray, the name ::t . rk had tor more umu a i't Prillwi l'- ' - f required tor tneir graimwuu u "";" -JC l 1,; cnlarxr. At first mi"1-') ' v. . . n l 1 il . cay, tUmam nnd SaLur-I . ;. ; th rower ot a QIS- - . mruiiu - t. e arrival ot tne f . , .,, tn rnin his Dnncipai. lton- tliva, " j , l, T M I iiu"CJ . .. r Memphis Iail. It closes ai n o u, - . . vrp mt -vnnTTTr.RN MAIL. Arrivea, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays RV -"J!,:: : ' . Thudavs andSatur. yt- JviSj x uvowij w days, at pViock A. M It ia inct !a T 9i.L remarked Deal, when .,. thn AiiftS0fthe American republics the news of Miller's failure reached his ear. ani the nearest of the civilized powers to the 1 knew it would be so; and I said it would theatre on which thesa enormities were pro be so a hundred times.' , ' posed to be enacted, could not quietly content ... ! ! I . n.kom r, ... : .r-C.1.I1 a srntn Ot tllin'Ti. Vnn ii ,V rpn ipd the lndiviauai iu j tnemseives 10 - 1 th litt o W f Hid And crav what reasons had you for say rf ma so' -r . . : 1 . 1 l . 1 ..n.iiirn nn n nniner is was addressed, looking steaddy into ine ihey haa . unrougu . " r"hr" pro. le man's face: He was a losing creauur occasion. Vau, rr ITr ' ,AI1(stl.a,e V a- . . Miinn mrnii wnu o tuuiiiii . v-.. i tne broken mercnant. cainst outrages similar, but even lesa inhuman j. than those which, by her new edicts and de crees, she has threatened to perpetrate, au u. .. .... . . rn I . .... .:i-rlr whichthelato inhuman massacre aC uu- 1 bis very good reason, n P . C T Tn , was but the precursor lived too fast. He kept a swi ft The prospect! ironing .ArVnn',n hnr. nnrt innlrrAfl to mV Certain KI10W1M f "r J .' 11- nt t.-i zvara .wV, uuw .-w . . i n u. .nmnaninili. ciiuniicu J - " -n- mai ,.'.u .on- rf tho untutored Indi- . -, a . TI . . cvr,x-T -T SIH I HKK. J1AIU. I Iviuuv. u . , . t , I, . ArtSSH. WeaaeSdaJ9 a.d Fridays mJney much B3'i Ihe was irouocu ,. - rM-rnsioned led htm to cast ness mai liiow about in his mind for some mode of reef. His first decision on the-subject was to as nnnr of aahrv. He wasm the receipt an uu tuuv fnne thousand dollars a eai edsre. in very many other extravagances mat - r -i . f he unlutored Z of the rnual have consumed money equal to lour or ho little confidence couU be A L " five times his salary.' Lt- OH he most solemn stipulations of her generals; while the fate of others who became ? w.r manv of whom, no longer f- r-z , . n n 1 nnvi t inti fi .10 t-lnrk P. M nnrt?. Tuesdays. Thursdays and Satur days, at 2 o'clock, rL TlVrT,. MAIL. Arrives, Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, nt 11 o'clock, r. M. Departs, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur days, at 4 o'clock, A. rON'OlA MAIL th CI1ULAHOSIA. Arrives. Wednesdays, at 8 o clock, 1 . M. Departs, Tuesdays, at 5 " BI CHULAUjMA mail. Arrives. Saturdays, at 0 o'clock, P. M. Departs, " . 5 o'clock, A. M. IIERNAXDO MAIL.. Arrives, Thursdays, at 3 o'clock, T. M. Departs, Wednesdays, at 5 o clock, A. -l. OAK RIDGE MAIL. Arrives, Saturdays, at 12 o'cIock, 1 . W. Departs, same day. TACALEECIIEE M.II Arrives, Mondays, at 11 o'clock, A. M. Departs, same day. iry. Indeed!' 4It is a fact sir.' Did MTller know this?' Of course he did not.' But you did.' " .f Yes; and I said dozens of times that il Miller did not lookout tie wouia oe rumeu. auie xosusiaiii m , long journeys, were shot down by the wa side, while their companions who survived wer3 subjected to sufferings even more pain Jul j.ii,n,i Ipftan indelible stain on the I I tUl i I It'll Ll I vv- "- - - - The creditor compres.cd his lips tightly. pa? cf civilization i M J' ,0 J eyed ,to M.rr,Pl..nl Dca. for n..r- Sl5l5B.l?.-U a minute steadily. . . , ? ,w- .nnvv remonstrances formerly Pressed hard by a man whom he -owed, he was ai rr inta anaDrlicatton for more sa- uiu3k iwi-v.v. i t , - I I r I J ry. He did not thins oi aenjiug , Mississippi SQUARE MILES CONTAINED IN 0nnties. Sa. ras. i Countiei. i- Adams Amite Attala Bolivar Carroll 3C0 613 .700 1441 903 Chickasa'lOSO Choctaw 000 Claiborne 396 Clark 643 Cooiah 792 Covington 426 Coahoma 648 Da Soto 864 Franklin 612 Greene ?20 Hancock 1900 Harrison Hind. wu ttntmas 076 Itawamba 900 Jackson . 12G0 Jasper - Jefierson ou Jones 720 Kemper 756 Lafayette 792 La'derdale720 Lawrence 864 Leake 576 Lowndes 900 Madison - Marion 1224 Marshall 8'2S Monroe - 823 Neshoba 576 Newton 676 Noxubee G34 , Octihhchar 045 EACH COUNTY Perrv VM Fiko racola 74b Pontotoc 900 Rankin .'720 Scott 01 Simpson, 612 Smith 576 Tal'hachieOOO Tippah 972 Tishming'1080 Tunica C83 Warren- 400 Wash'ton25l0 Wilkinson 722 Winston 750 Wayne 7 10 Vnlnrniirnl i 1 400 and ly a minute steadily xou knew it! you said so contemptuously, at length. , ho remarked do 1 .;-K .u urcea. rur iui"s , "7..f Vil -Tnpnve oleasares in which he coniemp uousiy, at icQ-ha3 thought proper, througn ne - any ui mw-t- - i roi;Pf f Thp ARa you wm see an nonesi man wiuuu nrrr.nt. iauso she has had represenicu x indulged, as a surer measure of rehef. Ihe J bv a scoundrel, and ?.:afr . nroceedinf to indulge application was noavoriy time coldly stand ' looking on, and to the courtesy ofdiplo- . O. , i.-k . -. . t ; 1 tJ c I: t despoil her, by dubiety aaJ tal.-e .ooi. tt a portion cf lier unitoryf The o; v.w. u t .- i. a now. prevailed with tho c vccutiW, t ..a: i'.-- au- nexation of Texas to the Uni jii was a t;.a":r imnnrhllfrt. Ill Order tOaC'lUlfU t.ilt t T- Ikli Mil 'Vitw-- . . . . ritory before it had assumed a jvsitioa urn. , c.i.u :i.e;. ,ced t y .u;v I the indepenlent powers of tha cirth, prvpo.-f jrom t. - co.::;tfy, a tions wero nude to 31e.ico t-r u c !.n o. : lo tho Uuaed Stalvs. Mexico a iw ia thc-o j ro coudinga, at tlio time, uo cioi of co::;-U.a.. Sho is now. when tim.dv reminded ot ttr.-ui, wakenei to the knowledge of iho tact, w..; she, through her feecreury cf b;a:e, r .".i "ates to ih j whoie wond a true, h it ti. jvz n j- gotiations wero iojujcu iu uccc;hwh s m ij..- ( hood, and supcrind.iccu oy unjui a;u iai-j ous motives, wuilii loxas aa uq-otuKj of Mexico, the United States oiened ne-c. tions with ihj latter power for ttie ciuu of her then acknowledged territory; ana ikw Texa is independent of Moxio, aud has m iia i.iir.! :i v i iratH i4tt.iije for ii. uo vearu da- ..-. e J ; a; t-5 i v'tf i tO t con:i '-i l lit.d.hn i.:.;J.-J .... d-".-t u" at !-tt t Wiiiift' ;iy l.oui's ' a a - :-itri:ni5. a. ir.-t 2 i: v .1 r rin which timo ha has Leca rtceived inta th. ; ea,;: -ct mi:r.;f fi i.. :.i i. i ' ifs-.r; i:. i. Co. i:ti n cm f. ur:ii :-'. a 1 1 r family cf nations, and n reprcsen..a o --rat t;c'Zr-'- ' credited ambassaJor at laiuy Qt tai pua. i. , courts of Europe ani when it Ins b. rt'ie uj j , vious to tho whose word tuat he is x.).-.er , lost to Mexico, tho tutted Mate ncuirvl. Willi OecejUiou aua ia.seaoa iu a. iv.. -(. i,r. r,-i on.! n.i.!.'tnfiAior v ac; ji-k..ji.a arc! made against States whicU have hid u s-ee.a ; "7' agency in the matter, because the eecjue c: , 'V-1 '"-' the whole Union has uegjtiat;a .a ire- aui. independent Texa upon a nn:t;r ?.u.U j important to tho intereita of tj:h cojntne- j of unjvai!ai 2 war, .M.tt co now aanounces her tuteiilijii, thro.: &eotary oi lVreia iiujuniwi" uiu.n. to O iudepen Jetica ot lexi.or to a.ui--.i .u- eiiort to re-cotiuuer i-j.ao4.- annouuees a i.crpeUal c.a...i, !i m, ut tsi enJ of a century, wi'd farid; her us .u u ' a ground for discoate-nt ngaus. a-. y i. wh;ch. ut then i of that time, tuny c:;.,n tn-.-.tv with Texas, a 6he p .-ii-'-' a meat against the t'tihed 5tai.. '1'h; Uj -t timscan adJ nothing to her t.'Ii to i dence. A course of conduct such ai ha t ? e.i ..- aeriueu uu i'"" , r r S . t of all friendly icdiug and ci the coartey ;;,: WiltCIl bllOUlU l.ijui.h..ij ' ri t l-f V i P. l t I.. 'I'll ai - C- it A" a -T: a t , . i i ,e c s. 'rani his request, tne ciers, t-. ullv as possible his disappointment, and re- " turned to the periormance oi uu ' -i ri..4 . toa o ipmiipsL I ilia uujuui lies, doi -"r---- ,u. en w ofooor Mi er ru n.- Even icj " "S fculS 1 Have saved him:bul you heartlessly forbore am:J.L"V r u have been create o , peak. I would no. have your console lozen worlds hkc mis. in the highest people. aSoi She has not on- between the njast decrees hut withholds .danger. He who does so, is little belter than ' agamstour 'traaeaa t- wh:ch an accessory to evil. For my part, nnsw hall ever look upon you as more man at m "'JC Zlr& hr explaiaeJ by the A nord migni cu.u.w ---- f j reen. 0ur sec- accompanying ieucr .i retary of legation. And when our mmis-er ha, nvited theattention of her gernment to wron-s committed by her local authorities not oTontbe property, but on the persons cf Sr fellow citizens engaged in prosecutmg fair J honest pursuits, she has aided insult to K,r not even ceianmcc, tor moauw w luju.jr.-j - - KU rnrcsenta- between the nations oi tut eart.i, miiit wt. Jct, .ervi: i U iustilv the United states in a re..ri io inj tir.;c.c uut-j measures to vindicate tne.r i.a;.uaui i4o.ut,;3W .n ,a s t e but actuated by a sincere desire M pre;ervo jaluiiUJa ;.!. the general peace, and in vijw of t..e .'eijtc r, ent condition of Mexico, tha Uxecuuve re-t-ic- 1 ing upon its integrity and not tearii g Lu; t... i Ho in rmPtl! itf tha WOlli' Wilt duU appreciate iis motives, abstains from reum-. -" c niendiug to uoiiress a reorno n f'" . - , . - redress, and contents iue:t witii rturguiup- '. r4'v c: on that body prompt and immediate action ; tl , u 4 . , on the subject of annexation. Uy adopting j , vi-. that measure, the United States wi.l U i:. -I,".: .. ef .j -" sunuuiu.u nftrouu ior a i The only course :mmedi. Thus savins, with a contemDtuous look then have exincaicu uu"-. ' , fprtrri f,0 .Pl4 neal.1 ;ffir.fiitip noud nave ieeu io uuu.- auu wi,n '" ... j" " . ' d lr rntation of an increase of sa and left him to his relf-accusing reflection ia xNow this hope had failed. , Ihey were such .as no true never ot ms Kino iaty. men. Where i could even wish to have. it. ..linn.irv nnd crove men. n oin i i m i ii;u r . . here is integrity of character, punlication There is often much of se f- lhe United States, she Las w- the consequence of strong tnais. uui pride in tne oit repeated "i oaiu du. o"' when a man wiuiom . I , V' . T. rrrrVL-j-. mces ..... ;-,Uu nrhpn hroucrnt a iittiii'ii. csut.iui . , .. a LT" ThU own wrons conduct, he ts in tm v.'-i,nnT. F.vil counsellors are near - Miiivian iv" iK iiiuk uw i ui 1 1 u i k wk a,w - " 4ykt11W :i I l llllll. 1A k saw - - - - - mm sFUUUJ"'f-. r l . l h ,rd .1 epnt to listen to them u ue uuC3, ? - our gatiMCU . . i r it : i i .n-iro niii ior almosi ineviiaoiy iauuiuV his unweary teet aether to return an answer to his reprcsenu lions. Still further to manifest her unfriend!) feeling Ac American citizens engaged in tho peace- liiti - - - o w , - 'I an nonesi, unsusper.nng neignoor ui me fi nursuiU ot lite, ana nun uci ger that links in his path. Let every one . rcitl2ens prosecuting the whale nsaery ou I I l, k'.mDalf nA eoa h rvtrr ffir ha (TtllltVl . .u iilnf thal aCin3T.no umi'C, less. xl Hard Hit. "If I were so ar Xch hasIIhK il! lUo. here.o.bre been accorded to tnem oiwcu.ug f ra.7f0r. fc t her nor 13 in Oaalor- unlucky,- S; for supplies indispensably to their health " w" , ,1, jnnp the vounc I said an officer, "as to have a stupid son, 1 land comion. . .2rriPth nff must, he done, tne jouuD saiu uu n,a observation of Con .-r ihis-With compressed lips, alter, he would ceria,u.y bwm m. F- .u. Vnctin a correspondence Trppnvered a little from the, contusion ol clergyman presen .canny repiieu. PJ 'jr :Hhe United States, who can- fnsall think verv diusreniiy sir, iroat your iajwiin "'UI1316. . jt.imnUtawn . i ti At r ii i l i iv i a irujitt - i j ma r.nw ti n w ii v LiiiuLiUti - " ' k i . , ihyntrn vtni. to grant his request wu man iBot and docs not know any distinction bet tha xercise of an undouUe l tiht; zz i ii Mexico, not regarding t..ir lotuardn.e, hail az-'ravate the injustice ot U r conduct by a decbratioa ot war aau;t t..c:a, u;--! 4er head wia rest all lue it -.tuu ...i . joun tvli::;. Washington, Dec IS, ISU. a r. ll; is ; t . i, f - Y v i ! i" ''- u a: t-.-t u:- Cjt;ic;sit 4 - -- -' . .;.. c), A-d cril u- . . c : &Jilet3 3 1,(44 IU v.. f-l . w ti j ii k:. j a t t 3 . 4 - Important to the heirs of M iry Vram The children and heir at iaw oi iirn ,VrPfiid. late the wua o: jiac Rrown. and sister, to Win. tritewait dec bin 'themselves known to J. M. W i.d ia.s, 1- - E,;fM at Lebanon, Warren county Or...-. Editon, by noting the above ta t'.trir pa pert, wid entitle themselves to the thanki. and perhaps something more sabiltallal, from the otpi.austt may U poor aui nc-idy. ILA d.-s'icy cirt.:,; a a.d Acnru, t:. c j'. .-.: i; ntpecui; ta s.-.ijd i- hca-1 is crsataicd vita -"