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4 j. c. z-ioiuixli. c o.j. ETArrorj), editors & rnorRir.TOP.s. Thursday,- July 17,1845. UKJIOCUAXIC NTATE NO.tU.AIIOX roH covEESon, a. a. BROWN. FOR CONGRESS, JACOB THOMPSON, JEFFERSON DAVIS, STEPHEN ADAMS, R. W. ROBERTS. roa sccRr.TARr of state, WX. HEMINGWAY. FO RESTATE THE A5XT R E R , WILLIAM CLARK. I OH AUDITOR OF PUBUC ACCOUNTS, JAS. E. MATTHEWS. FOR ATTORXF.Y CENTRA l, JOHN D. FREEMAN. Democratic Candidates for the legislature in 3Iarsha.il County. SENATE, JosEni w. mattiiews. COL. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE?, JAMES L. TOTTEN, I T. J. MALOXE. JAMES II. COWAN, COL. E. F. POTTt W. F. TANNEIIILL, at the "City Book Store," Memphis, Tenn., is our authorised Agent, and aviiI attend to forwarding us av vertisements, Subscriptions, fcc DC3 No new subscribers will be received unless accompanied with the Cash. We hope otjr subocribf rs ivill bfar with us or the naked apnaranre of our editorial columns thi wee-It. Thf un usual l:ug-lh of the proceeding's of the Democratic State convention preclu'U all other matte-r of intc-rrt tthe general reader. We regret that we cannot publish the letter of our Memphis correspondent this week it will appear in our next. From the Mwsissippiun. State Convention of the Democratic Party. The Democratic Convention of the State 'of Mississippi, met pursuant to notice, at the City of Jackson, 7th July, IS 1.3. At 10 o'clock A. M., the Convention as sembled In the Senate Chamber. On motion of George 11. Kiger, of Clai borne county, Col. Upton. 'Miller of Attala was unanimously elected President protein. On motion of Gen. Rayburn of Ponola count v, John A. Wilcox of Monroe, M as elected Secretary pro tcm. On motion of Gen. T. L. Lemlev, of Smith county, it was resolved that a regis ' ter should be opened for the names of the several delegates to the convention One hundred and seventy-two registered their names as Delegates. We would gi them, but our space will not admit of it. All the counties were represented, with the exception of Bolivar, Franklin, Green, Hancock, Pike and Wayne, in the conven tion. On motion of Llovd Selbv of Warren countv. the Hon. I'owhattart x-llis was unanimously chosen President of the Con vention. Oa motion of Col. Upton Miller, John A Wilcox of Monroe, was unanimously elect ed Secretary. On motion of Gen. T. L. Lemlev, John Marshall of Hinds, was also unanimously elected Secretary. , On motion of Col. Edward S. Saunders a committee consisting of A. G. Wier, W. A. Stone, and Col. L. Saunders, was ap pointed to conduct the President elect ot the Convention, to the chair, On motion, the following gentlemen were unanimously elected Vice Presidents: J M. Elder, S.F. R Abhay, Stephen Tillman P.. 13. Harrison and Upton Miller. The following resolutions by L. Set by: were oiieres Resolved, That the delegates' ia atten dance at this Convention, select from among themselves, such number of representatives as their respective counties are entitled to in the Legislature, who shall alone vote in the Convention, subject to such instructions as have been or may be given to them. 1st. Resolved, That when there is riot a? many delegates in attendance from anv county, as said county is entitled to votes ia the House of Representatives, then such delegate or delegates, as the case may be, shall cast the full vote ot his or their county 2d. Resolved. That all those not selected to vote, retain their seats in the Conven tion, with full privilege to participate in all its proceedings, except voting. 3d. Rasclved. That all the nominations be made in open convention, and voted up on viva iwcc. ith. Resolved, That the voting on the respective nominations shall continue till some one of the nominees shrill have re ceived a majority of all the votes in the Convention. 5th. Resolved, That the delegation from each section of the State, select one of the nominees for Congress, independent of the other portions of the State, and recommend said nominee to the consideration of the Convention. - . Tending a motion for adoption, the Con vention,adjourned till 2 o'clock, P. M. Session. At 2 o'clock, P. M., the Convention was called to order bv the chair. The question recurring on the adoption of the resolutions they were severally tai en up and voted -uponwhen, upon motion, the fifth resolution was rejected the pre ceding having been adopted. On the several motions of James l. Mc Nabb, of Rankin, A. G. Brown, the present hf-nt of the oiliceof Governor, Wil- . irmminTivfiv. the nresent Secretary of State, William Clark, the present Treasurer of the State, were unanimously nominated for re-elect ion. On motion of James WMcNabb, James E. Mathews, the present incumbent of the ollice of Auditor was j-ut in nomination for re-electiin. On motion of Bainbridsre D. Howard, of Yallobusha, II. G. Crozier was put in nomi nation for Auditor. . It was resolved to proceed to ballot whereupon James E. Mathews received SI vote, and H G Crozier 12 votes. The President then declared that James E Mathews having received a majority of the votes, was the nominee of the Conven tion for Auditor. The Convention then proceded to the nomination of Attorney General. John A. Wilcox, of Monroe, nominated Whilield S. Featherston, of Chickasaw. B. Wier, of Hinds, nominated John D. Freeman, of Hinds. T. W. Walsh, Esq., nominated Wiley P. Harris, of Hinds. CoL S. Doughertv nominated Franklin Smith, of Madison. It was resolved to proceed to ballot whereupon, John.D. Freeman received -13 votes, W. S. Featherston 20, Wiley P. Har ris 12, Franklin Smith IS. The President then declared that none of the candidates having received a majori ty of all the votes, there was no choice. It was' resolved to proceed to a second ballot whereupon, John D. Freeman re ceived 50 yotes, W. S. Featherston 17, W. P. Harris 10, Franklin Smith 13. . The President declared that John D. Freeman, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was duly elected the nominee of the Convention for Attorney General. On motion of James Y. McNabb, of Ran kin, the Hon. Jacob Thompson was unani mously nominated for re-election to the House of Representatives of the United States. After a long discussion, it was resolved to adjourn till Tuesday morning at 0 o'clock. Tuesday Morning. The convention was called to order bv the President at nine o'clock. Resolutions were offered by P. Briscoe, of Claiborne, concerning the appointment of Mr. Ingraham, cadet at West Point. On motion, the resolutions were referred to a committee, consisting of P. Briscoe. L. Saunders, jr., Ii. F. Dill, C. Boyd, It. E. Har ris and A. L. Moore. On motion of J. A. Wilcox, of Monroe, it was. resolved, that the convention proceed to the nomination of a candidate for the north-eastern division of the State. John A Wilcox, nominated the Hon. Ste phen Adams, of Monroe. ' A Cm Wier, nominated the lion Tilgh man M Tucker, of Lowndes. " HC Muldro of Octibbeha, nominated Geo II Young, of Lowndes. . On motion, it was resolved to proceed to ballot, whereupon Stephen Adams received C7 votes, Tilghman M Tucker 21, Geo II Young 4. " The president declared that the Hon Stephen Adams having received a majority of all the votes cast, was duly elected the nominee of the convention, for the house of representatives of the United States. On motion of J Y McNabb, it was re solved, the convention proceed to the nomi nation of a candidate for the southern di vision of the State. " J McNabb nominated R W Roberts of Scott. - - Win B Trotter, of Clark, nominated Shields L Hussey of Lauderdale. "NY D McRight of Noxubee, nominated W D Lyle of Monroe. Rufus R Rhodes of Jackson, nominated S R 'Adams of Jasper. Thos J Johnston of Lauderdale, by in struction, from Perry, nominated J J Mc Rae of Clark. Mr J J McRae remarked that his name had been placed before the convention against his own consent, and that he could not permit it to be used under other circum stances than the impossibility, after ballot, of agreeing upon a candidate then before the convention. , Mr Johnston refused to withdraw his nomination.1 On motion, it was resolved to proceed to ballot, whereupon R W Roberts of Scott received 66 votes, Shields L Ilussey of Lauderdale,- 5,-W D Lyle 10, S R Adams 2, and J J McRae 8 votes. . . The president declared that R W Roberts having received a majority of the votes cast, was the nominee of the convention for the House of Representatives of the United States. On motion of T W Walsh, it was resolv ed that the convention proceed to the elec tion of a candidate for the southern section oi the State. Gen W C -Kale of Carrol!, nominated JefTerson Davis of Warren. J La croze of Adams, nominated W M G winn of Warren. Gen Parmenos Briscoe of Claiborne, nom inated II T Ellett of Claiborne. Samuel Dougherty of Madison, nominat ed J Battaile of Yazoo. Wr L Huff of Amite, nominated F C Tal- beri of Amite. J B Williamson of Warren, nominated W II Hammet of Washington. J S Clendennin stated, that the counties of Yazoo and Holmes had been instructed to lay the nomination of Judge Battaile be-1 Evening fore the convention for nomination, and1 that it had been done without the consent of that gentleman. For the purpose- of ef fectingpeace and harmony, he would now withdraw the name of Judge Battaile. On motion, it was resolved to proceed to ballot, whereupon Jefferson Davis received 12, Win M Gwinn 33, II T Ellett 15. W II Hammet 1 , F C Talbert 2. The president declared that none ot tna candidates having received a majority over all, there was no choice. 1 It was resolved to proceed to a seconu ballot, whereupon D C Glenn stated that the friends of Mr Ellett withdrew his name as a candidate before the convention; in order that the greatest harmony and union tni'jht be obtained. , - .. - The vote being taken, Jefferson Davis re ceived 51 votes, Wra M Gwinn 31, and Wm II Hammet 1 vote. The president declared that Jefferson Davis having received a majority 'of the voles cast, was the nominee of the Conven tion for the House of Representatives ot tne United States. On motion of B F Dill of Lafayette, Resolvet L That a committee be formed, to consist of one member from each county, to prepare a suitable address to the democ racy and people of Mississippi. Mr B I Dill, L Saunders, J Thompson, Upton Mill er, Jno Drane, T N Martin, T Flowers, G M Brown. T W Walsh, II T Ellett, W B Trotter, W C Hale, J G Oliver, I) M Fulton, E M Lawrence, J M Clements, J A llcox, Jo Hunter, A G Bennett, Sol Kilgore, S K Adams, R F Rhodes, F J Scott, W A Stone, A Keith, S L Hussev, A G Weir, A Bacon, W P Austin, J E Houston, JW Glenn, W D M'Cright, O C Deasc, A B Wooldrige, S C Muldro Jo Rayburn, Thos J Johnson, C D Fontaine, J Y McNabb, T L Lemlev, S J Dawson, J M Dampier, J S Leake, J E Matthews, S D Martin, M McAfee, Sand. Matthews, Jo Coulter, Jeff Nailor, J A Yen trcss, Seymour Halsey, Jo Battaile, B D Howard, were appointed said committee. On motion, the convention adjourned until 2 o'clock. Evening Session.. On motion of W C Hale of Carroll, Resolved, That a committee of thirteen be appointed to act as a central committee of the democratic party, who shall have the power of receiving resignations andoffill- intr vacancies that may occur in the list of candidates selected by this convention. The chair appointed the following per sons said committee: Lewis Sanders, jr., chairman, John M Elder, Seymour Halsev, II T Ellett, T W Walsh, J Battaille, G T Swann, J E Davis, D C Glenn, N S Price, A G Weir, W C Hale, B F Dill. On motion of S R Adams of Jasper, Resolved, That the democracy of Misis- sippi, in convention assembled, do express their entire confidence in the integrity, po litical fidelity and firm adherence of their distinguished fellow-citizen, Hon II J Walk er, to the principles and policy of the de mocratic party, and that tney shall always proudly rejoice in the honors with which the country may reward his able, arduous and unceasing labors in behalf of popular rights and equal and just lavs. Resolved, That we view with the great est satisfaction his elevation to the ofiice of of secretary of the treasury, and rejoice at the service's he has already rendered in that important station. The l-esolutions were unanimously adopt ed amidst loud applause. The committee in the case of Ingraham, begged leave to make their report. - The committee to which was referred the resolutions relative to the appointment of a cadet by our late delegation in congre which cadet, it is suggested, was not nor had been a resident of the State of Missis sippi at the time of his" appointment, beg leave to report, that they have given the subject all the attention and examination which the limited time afforded them would, allow. . The committee learn that the appoint ment of cadets is regulated by law or usage, which allows that , each congressional dis trict in the United States shall be entitled to a cadet. By n regulation of the depart ment, the appointment of each cadet, is made upon the recommendation of the member of the district Jn which he is ap pointed, and such recommendation is gen erally observed. The memhers of congress from Mississippi being elected by general ticket, the whole State is. entitled to four cadets; and for the purpose of convenience, and in order that each member might as sume the responsibility of his own act, our delegation agreed among themselves that each should recommend a cadet ".from his own section of the State, without interfer ence from the others, and that then all would unite in the recommendation. The committee believe that this mode of pro ceedings was unexceptionable, because it approximated as near as could be to a con formity with the mode of appointment by law or usage. The committee believe that me appointment ot Mr Ingraham was urgea by the Hon. 3Ir. Hammet, from the south western part ot the. State: and thev have had some evidence before them which in duces them to believe that the other dele gates, with himself, were ignorant at the time of recommending Mr. Ingraham for appointment, that he was not a citizen of the State. The committee believe there is no doubt of the fact, that young Mr. Ingra ham is not, and w as not at the time of his appointment a resident of the State. And while they would condemn in unqualified terms, the practice of appointing as cadets from this State any other than citizens ofjed, and from their pacific - character, had a the State, thev are not authorised bv anv tiling which has appeared, in believing that our representatives have acted culpably in the premises. They think it highly proba ble that some of them nt Ipnettvpra misled by misrepresentations as to the residence of Mr. ingraham; but that if Ham rLs anv where, ft should be upon those who rejre- sented the applicant as a ''citizen or resident of Mississippi. To prevent a like occurrence, we respect fully instruct or Representatives and request our" Senators in the next Congress of the United States, to use their best exertions to procure the passage of a law to provide for an equitable and just mode of selecting can didates for cadets from the several States to the national school at West Point, based, in all cases, upon an actual residence in the State of at least five years next preceding the time of his recommendation or appoint ment. P. Briscoe, Chm'n, C. Boyd, L. Slanders, jr., R. E. Harris, B. F. Dill, A. B. Moore. On motion, the report was unanimously received and adopted. - On motion of Thomas J. Johnston of Lau derdale, . " ' i Resolved, That that the members of this convention pledge themselves to support with zeal and energy, all the nominations made by this body. Adopted. On motion of B. Dill of Lafayette. Uesolvcd, That the address of the conven tion be printed in each of the democratic papers of this city, and that the cost ot tne same shall be paid by contributions raiseu by tins convention. " On motion of- Col. Sanders of Adams, it was resolved that the delegates deposit their contributions with the secretaries at the desk. . The secretaries reported the sum of thir-ty-niae dollars and eighty cents. " The several candidates were invited to address the convention, and a com mittee appointed to inform them of its wishes." Whereupon the candidates severally ap peared, and were warmly greeted with ap plause. Gen. Clark, candidate for State Treasur er, having read a document in reference to the condition of the treasury, it was, on mo tion of B. F. Dill of Lafayette, . Resolvetl, That the statistical facts fur nished by Gen. ClarJv, State treasurer, show ing the present condition of the State treas ury, are entirely satisfactory, and that we are obliged to him for his politeness in fur nishing it, and that they be directed to ac company the proceedings of this conven tion. , Treasurer's OlTice, Jackson, 7th July, IS 15 To the Delegates composing the Democratic Convention of the State oj Mississippi convened on this day at the Capitol. Gentlemen: I submit most fully to the doctrine of the responsibility of the agent to the principal, and that the tormer should at.all convenient times, give to the latter, a clear and lucid exposition of his agency, in order to its approval, or correction where error may exist. Having been honored by a similar con vention in IS 13, with a nomination to the office of 1'reai.urer of the fState," and ttmt nomination having been confirmed by the free and independent suffrages of my fellow- citizens, I beg leave to present to you, and through von to them, a statement of the financial condition of this department. I made a report to the Legislature of the State, at its January session in IS 11, by re ference to which, it will be seen, that the outstanding auditor's warrants from the 1st March, 1S39, to the 1st January 1S13, in cluding the funded scrip, amounted to 15,0-19 15 j By reference it fjormnent n:arkel A, here with submitted, it will tie p reel veil that the Auditor's w:rrrant. i-sued itoii the Treasu ry IroJii the lt J;muarj , 18-14. to the 30th June, lo-lJ, bulh d:v included, bitionut to 3C3.781 87 Total. $0C3,3J4 021 Document marked 15, herewith preeited. chows that I hate redeemed Auditor's war. rants from 1-t January, 1314, to the 3(Kh Jwiie, 184j, both dj tn ludetJ, amounting to ihe suui of--' C91.012 Gl Le.$ the cash on hand on the 50th June, laij 1,008 41 Due hy the Slate of Mil Juiu, 1815, ifMppi on the 30th , .... f 291,122 914 The above statements show a reduction of the State liabilities, for the tenn of eigh teen months, the sum of Js323,026 21. My Books, Safe and office are subject to the inspection of the convention during its session. The U. S. Treasury notes, amounting to $92,600 00, received from Mrs. Graves, are now in the safe, subject to the view of the convention. I will generally be in my office, which will be open to the members of the conven tion. Hoping, gentlemen, that your "delibera tions and acts, in your conventional charac ter, will in their results, prove beneficial to the State, I subscribe myself Very respectfully, youi ob't serv'l, W. CLARK, State Treasurer. . On motion of D. C. Glenn of Hinds, it Was resolved that this convention return its thanks to the President, for the ability, cour tesy and liberality," with which he has dis charged the duties of his office, arid trust that his. future life will be crowned with the same success .which has hitherto attended his labors in the Democratic party. Resolved, That the thanks of this con vention be also tendered to the Vice Presi dents and to the worthy and efficient Sec retaries, John A.' Wilcox and John Mar shall. .The" president "being loudly called for, rose and delivered a yery affecting farewell address. He alluded to the condition of the party in our State, which was now more prosperous and powerful than at any past period," and nrged the great necessity for harmony and union in retaining our present strength. His remarks were warmly crreet- very salutary effect. On motion of B. F. Dill of .Lafayette, it was resolved that the speech of the President be incorporated into the minutes of the Convention. Mr. John Marshall, Secretary, having en tered into a correspondence with' Pow hat- tan Ellis, President of the Convention, re- ported that the Hon. Gentleman declines furnishing his excellent address, in conse quence, as he state, of the extemporaneous nature ot his remarks, and the indistinct re collection of-what he said on the occasion. It is true that it was delivered upon the im pulse of the moment, but its invaluable ad vice and patriotic allusions will not fail to be remembered in our coining battle, by ever' delegate of the Convention, and serve to nerve still more strongly the wide spread ing anns of the lion hearted Democracy of Mississippi. On motion of T. J.Johnston of Lauder dale, the Convention adjourned sine dine. - FOWIIATTAN ELLIS, President. J. M. Eldes, S. F. R. Ann ay, Stephen .Tillman, P. B. IlAKniSON, Upton Millek, ' Vice Presidents. John A. Wilcox, ) . Jonx Mausiial, Secretaries THE LATE M. W. C. M. OF TEX.NESSEE, ANDREW JACKSON. At a called meeting of Salem Lodge No. I." , held nt the Masonic Hall in the Tow n of S;d ni, on Saturday, Juno UStli, 1815, (ho following preamble and resolutions were tmanimouly adopted. Wjiebeas, This Lodge hath record of th pain fid intelligence, of the decease of our iIh tinguished Brother, Andrew Jackson, P. (J. M. of the Grand Ixlge of Tennessee, who has !o-n called from the labors of I he Lodge on earth, to the onjovnients of the Celestial - Li!'Mut inmlo tv! I li li'inih' nlnriinl in tlwi lir.ii-i.ti.- an.'.v , . , 1 v. 1 liti 1 lit IIJU U. (tit 11. .t'l whilst on earth, by the practice of thMj irtuv taught by Masonry, arose frottinn humble ?..o:e in life, nnai.Jcd to the highest station ol'lmij. or within the gift of his countrymen, therefore Ite.folcc t, That ns Masons, we deeply deplore the loss we sustain in his death, mid that we sympathise with the friends and relations of thi-s venerable man and Mason. Jlcuthed, That rs Masons we wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days, in" token of high regard, sincere love and respect, for our departed Erother. Jlesolrcd, That the secretary furnish it copy f the above Resolutions to the editors of the Hol ly Springs Guard and Gazette, mid th- Iliph y Adveitiser, with a request that thev publish the same. JNO. W. ADKI.N'S, Sec'v. To tho Public. I have lioen informed that a-report is in cir culation, that I uso Calomel, ami afl the lead ing poisons of tho "Mincnd School," in my practice. Injustice to you as well as myself, 1 deem it my duty to state that this report is a base, standi rov.i falsehood. I have not civen, or nrcsenbed a particle of Calomel, for tho last 10 years nor do I ever intend to gire, recommend or take it. To show yon the evil consequences resalting from the Mineral Practice of Medicine, in the South, I would ask you to read attentively the following extract, from the lectures of i. C hapman. M. I)., Professor of the Institutes and Practice of Medicine, in :ho University of Pennsylvania, II flm t iioourw' t h 011 (Jio urn of CuIojih-' : "Gextlemex If you could t?ce what I al most daily see in iny private practice, icrs. ns from the South in the very lust pia'M-s of wretched existence, emaciated o a skel ton; with both tables of tho skull almost completely perforated in many places; the nose halftone. with rotten jaws, ulcerated threats, buaths more cstiferous, more intolerable than the poisonous upas, limbs racked with the pains of the inquisitions, minds as imbecile as -the pil ling babe, a grievous burthen to themselves and a disgusting spectacle to others, von would ex claim, as 1 have often done, Oh! the Inn.f ii'a- ble vant of xeiencc that dictates the abuse of that noxious drug. It it a disgracrful n nrom h to the, Vrofesnioii of Medicine it i tfitachiry, horrid, unwarrcntcd murderous quackery. W hat merit do gentlemen of the South flatter themselves they jMssess, by being able to '. rate a patient .' Cannot the verriet fV,I in Christendom saliva'e ? Give Calomel. l ,, i will ask another question. IVVo m ran tslop ihe career of Mercury, at trill, after helm taken tlie rein in Ilia own vngorcrnahlc hum! t Ho who resigns the ft to of his patient to mer cury, is a rile enemy to the ick, and if he i tol erably popular, will, in one tucccsnful ttraron, hare jiaeed the tray for the business of life ; fbr ic has enough to do ever alierwards to stop the Mercurial breach of the constitution's of hi.idi- apidated-patients, lie linn throirn himsilf in fearful proximity to death, and he has now t t fight him, at arms length, as long as the patient maintains a miserable existence. ' In conclusion, I would simply remark, that inv practice is as it always lias been, strictly in ac cordance with tho dictates of reason and common sense. Respectfully your ob't servant. J. O. WALKER. Holly Springs, Miss., July 17, 1M.". tf. 1MUMH.H, mm$. AND STAGE OFFICE. THE Proprietor respectfully informs the public that his house is now tho Stage- Of fice of the Messrs. Sims Stage Lines. 1'iom long experience in keeping a Public House, and a determination to please all who may fa vor him with a call ho flatters himself 1hat the patronage of the public, aud the tra-.clling com munity in particular, will still be extended to him. Ilia table will 13 gutinlied with the trv best that the market will ailbrd. Mr. J. O. Brackex, formerly of Mobile, and more recently of Columbus, Miss., w ho is well known for his attention to the comfort of Eonrd ers and Travellers, having become connected with the, house, will present an additional in ducement to those who may w ish to give him a call. His Stables are good, and the Ostler's careful and attentive. 0r Charges moderate according to the limes. B. S. WILLIAMSON. Holly Springs, July 17, 1815. n'20 tf. OFFICERS OF THE TOWN Oi HOLLY SFRIXCS. 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