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"i out f M.d '!. m r. v it t c i v. I MKllfiriMr: i m f ist.m s Mi i T rWf m-m r lMMNiribif nf our ptawr, tmle Ko ft r fin! ir il f h ffo fMif In bprjifiu miIm rilffM till mt m ' Kh our -iU nf.fiMf, ,. m it r 11 'fi n V e 'In Wfl; ! fp vht mi ' I Miff if ifpa Wttkm tSpfl taliori ,f iho of our lr, m yiven flirir Wiwwwrfl MtM M the mi. I m now offer it to id. . ,, lilt adjoining coiii) t w ' or their i arid HtMVff, WV w ill rnil.(i rr t without ii, t hn undertaking; will nlminlotii .1. Ii li ft . ,f i. , ,,,, ,i rfifrrpri ,.r iLL An wo r IMlvi ptnuade htl wli neatness it e I fail t fieri i ocrot) In pnesrane. n i paper oi its .sjjr,. if tH. ,S , wMeii On , number tnie as we could (vtfh, but w .ir- .. ueieci as soon a tide. In obedi n am i Wf Itl r,-u....l . . we can procure a better ar- K-dience to cMal.lMicd c.imtnm cecd to make known some of the principles by Which we shall lc governed in our editorial course. Hut ,ef not be improper nor out of place here to giance briefly at the press. direct us in the (mure, thai so sad a CAtastro. pne may he averted from our country. Hating rtroUmd our determination to tup. port the nirn-uics of the Vhi; party, and i,i order that we may not be misunderstood we here distinctly let them forth, as laid down by Henry Clay himself in his letter to Mr. Jacob Stratton. Thev are rcrrulntcd bv It. to re Tcxa tied, pie a, had. 1 V Mr do not I'vler ol i question) t. mil endeavor one of ltrir air union ii think it ju nil the ad vhirh he is to Poke it own nQa- worri w perfect." crnaintt lown t)ie ures. It en 1 1- peo. s too r.Tiuua, o.on 1110 UUmp DOBI VM a straw msttrass underlie tng except an old woolen blank and her lace, bandit and arms vt ated. It was this appearance, e ine extreme wrete id 11 tlltmo wlio I.M.Ii.v lie died ol starvation alone 0 lor sonii'boilv In. c. ml. 01 am or rug liahev mud J. Y IWORTH to i motion . I. i., M (' lion S arouiii noon Ii. tier, tiNcy to AMCB1CAM J.NDl ".'3. Just restraint on the executive power, embrs- i-)Il'!l tlirlhcr restriction on tlia ,.r,i nst rn t ion of the public ITRIBUTION of t li u ol it A sound National ( Mil tun uthnrttv of tl,. .,,.ii,,,, J An A iiP.oir.trr Ri itvi.. ...iik r: .. mi .A , 7 ( wiw mi pruiecuon , Remaps, no institution in the world which is paramount in importance and mHuence to the pre,,, and especially does that of our own country claim our most serious and candid consideration. Ueing perfectly free and untrammelled, the power wielded bv 'tis enormous, and the influence which it ex erts over our political institutions is unlimi ted It possesses the power, when properly used, to elevate our country to the loftiest pinnacle of national glory ; or, when pervert ed, to bring it down to the lowest depth, of nat.onal infamy. It can perpetuate the bles. sings ol civil and religious liberty to remote-; jZT . UPn "S U,e irn yke ol'! and Xh0h we be no able laborers in the field b Per,i,,cd ,o , speak") i i0 " , ' '"""'S"y " '"' " lion Ol tins n.r.it ,.r i We see ,t rumored that s. S. Prentiss, the Rreat whig leader and travelling stump oratoi in I MO, has deserted the standard of Henrv uiniu avows nis intention to man who is ii ation of Texa Duort a favour of the immediate annex "4. A faithful ! with an equitable 1 t OmODff all the Slates ". An honest and economical administration of the genera government, leaving public officers per fect freedom of thought and of the right of suffrage but with suitable restraints against improper interfer ence in elections. "6. An amendment of the Constitution, limiting the incumbent of the Presidential office to a sinulk TEI1M." To promote the success of those principles, 'We throw our banner to the breeze, Its amide Adds aloft am riviinrr in words of light, it there displays The names Ci.av and FbblinohctsIN . free Hr. are informed by a gentleman who Ins een Mr. Prentiss, that, that .ro,,i!om, . . ,u I Mill Detroit Ih We lately was then as wart A l' 1 f . I I pu. v oi mr. ctay as ever, and that, so far from supporting Mr. Polk, he ridiculed his nomina tion. This information mav be relied on. and enthusiasti m his Foi-rth of July. The good people of Greenwo (Williams' Landing) are going to celebrate the a ; preaching anniversary of American Independence jail sorts of style, if we may judge from the procee I &, VI II ) 1 U Ul It I 1 1 t I I III" lll'lil T I t i J" I I III'. I in I . I .. I It , would enjoy a good speech and a feast of fish nM til iv .!.... ,.r.... .. , . ".l " do well tontl.uwl c . " "W''f "lien ail IIKJiviJu- 0 a,L. UAntTr,.a QQ jmt citsion. with the idea that Inn..!.! ,Mi f; 'i BomeDony w no could live us on.e ititormation in relation to the woman's death, we were directed to her husband, and after seeking some time among the crowd who had passed into the p :e, we found him. Hi countenance was the only one around us that did not wear an appearance of commis-l e.'.'itmii i- I, k.. L: iii I .. iui , uui in ins com a tie seen on- ly the most impenetrable stolidity. Persons who knew the man and his habits told us he ; was ui unm mat he was disocvered in that state in the morning, and had continued so since. We questioned him, however, in rela tion to his wife's death, and found that he could give but a vague account of them. .She had lived with him seven weeks in the place in which she died, being all the while sick. He was a poor man, he said, and could afford no better habitation; and the one in which he wo?., ins i.niuiuiu reiuseo to repair, lie triei to make the woman as RnmfnrtaMa .... u. On m Mi 1. 1. mi, Esq., va larattoo of indepe ( )n mot ion of 1 I ! i It. mr committei rirulSr tOost. .ii nti .; . .'. We DOlOtM were Bp M i . ... . . -i i! ii mi, ana a. . t ipertm I l .! r t . i t mi moiion oi .ir. .i. j. Resolved, That a : in ft through the Western St I zens of Carroll and the adjfl ( hi motion of Mr. J. J. VVoob, iirxoirca, j nai .Messrs.Mi.il Booth, and E. C. Harris, b committe to extend invitation lit solve J, That the Western re uested to publish the meeting. Whereuton. on motion of Ml the meetimg adjourned. Wm. n. miller o. b. Hart, Secretary, From :i ATTENTION WIIIil a called meeting of the "THE SPIRIT OP '76. It is occasionally the good fortune of mortals, even in this degenerate age, to witness the performance of a praiseworthy action by their fellow brines; and we At ai to whom he was indebted a trifling sum for C,ubi held on Tuesday evening rent, took it from under her. After she um. Pose of takimr into eonsidertlio hroilirht to the Cold floor, .she linirn.l time for hnWinn. State Mih M L.I . ... . .jj.v.v. III ,1 . i...iii. u - oeipiess state until her death, which happened on Thursday night, about P2 o'clock. There is little doubt that this sketch r3ve something like a true aceonnt nf tlm r.- U IIS nm..l r . I . . - . " "ill 111 Ul ine I' ll.- i- . 1 I ll I I IPIl si'lnIMrk n i.i.m .,.....-. . . I i;iii l.i.J lll.ru .. . r icaia ine ( I e"" m mu ism, Kinuied i ..vnugo, UUi Jiicumsiances convinced luture existence and prosperity of our free CARROLI COUNTY rr ivnitn '"to u burning flame, extending itself from boon, lo that the wretch spoke altogether more and happy country. Jt is, therefore of ti, ! A1 CLUR rsom untl1 whole communities are filled with its ea- l his own conduct than it deserved . ...v nr iin . it i.. , i , r . , . ......... r ......... t . 1 .... . in'm.. I ,n ...... .... . i me natriot'a hoar i i- """"K o wituie une o n . uii.v ....... . i. l i I , - .... ia.i, ne (. had been every day more or less under the city of Jackson ; the comraittwj was referred reported the ton tions, which were unanim ui-ly. Resolved, That on ruesdajrV . - u.ciiiiiii", oi i tie utmost consequence that it should not fall in- -i . .i i , :u nine tne wings ol (. ar- rna "r''- n does toe patriot' attention called away from October next be recoinmedlH Mississinni as a nroner day'0'" Crtn vnti.in t,, do Iwil.len in til 1 son. Resolved, That if any 1 1 vt f rr,,, J In- mu nnllllt i'un. i icu U y I"-"" a timely indication thereol, hpfl rt trt u i.l 1 1 . 1... . - . - ..w Mu 1 . 'i mil in- iv .. . n.. : ll I . . in ii, n i. ..... i . -r i i . . il.ii i .'Mi i were inrminn i inmi. i-oc i .t.. ,, i inrannui iiuiti awnv rum t n. n..,. It is also the press upon Ihiolf T "7"' ' ,a' C,ub' We Mi 'een formed 0,''licttI s,ri'' ted to objects of a nobler j v' Tl a"d n,ade lhe We in i -l ! ' UPn wh,ch depends our : almofil rvprv pnlm, ... character, whirl,. i their very nature. , tu J h?.1,ved a lodging place for the a ban- ....... u,,ac,er as a nation,- for if the press is Carroll seem, Z u """. fact that the "Spirit of -76" i, yet to found in ft. T l , bwU' sexes 0,1 the very night in rnrrnnt i U Mnni .. ,:n ..... ' tanoii seems as careless on the snbieei i . 3 "umi in tne , c . , , l- . J r t""j"c win inevitatjlv become so '.i i -i i .-. oreas since, in this country, the r,r, Lr 1 ' the Presldent,al elec,,on ot come on in Lmi LA..!....... . r.u. .iiem!()ree vear, Aroncn . J .. lu 11 ,u uneci afld guide them in all mat. . ' a V I 77 '.. ore ""s"('l 1,1 Mjonre- wmIst ,dl t( be ac- this creature ,l,-,nl- " .7 c ,e Inan Bnd I uieiitii; lor vour onpo-iiuated by a pure an, elevated love of eoimtrv whirh AA . .i u,.,,,,- , , inn, and div . luuons. d re'gous. ! nents will doubtless mL , ,u', 1L induces ,.,e , m. , blfh 1 d.ed y ,at thei called a bed between them ,,. I Our aood mhia fiends in r - cj i 1 other al M win aoimiicss mal,r a , esoeraie stmcT. I - jI. V. I . . ,o regain ineir lost power! We do not nets of tin as on? man in celebrating the I the sicl atriots who achieved our liberties. ,,i;irl;s are e HciroH k ... ... LI1L j.ise on last Monda. evenini . r . " "o oi,i ,- ters of importance, both noli tlm I Tir.r.. ...o .:.. ' r"Mc,K,0s- nents -... u.c u ,aies a hrm and decided Li- tuu wo toe siae ot good morals our standi . i ..cuuno, 88 an and civili.,1 people J be ,7! iS."'e '"'n """r Hon! j i . . . 11 u( t) I 1 V nl Imp Uiric tij.m.r ..l. in II II It'll 0 t)l'n:n1 nnM ,..- l- - .. I --v' ...l; ..me hi rin;i II ciri.i... ..... . : , ....j,,.,! umu as ,,le jj. . .. , n .7 . purpose ot devising the best means t emimhni. lowers the standard of morality among 2 I residency, but hat i. no the ..gloriou. fourth" ia . manner biomi town just so much ill our national "character e ' ' T g ''"" d dlN a"d US -en a Si rang to Wered in the estimation of other nations ' . "S endeavor.10 Pam a ,,1U,11I'' even ceJl them together, and yet they turned o in cr,,vv,N, It then becomes of the first imoortanrw H i mo,e lonous that of 1840, in Order thatj" time after the appointed hour there had a. high moral tone should oervufA. ' I j Ur ?PPentS may know that their measures Mcd M !,t ,,ie P1 meeting amounting to tion which is ue f o ,i H 7f . are "'mned by the ,obcr secant thought of ,hVncmi,ble t,erofoe w Snch . 'I" ''reSS lhe United the people, of which they talk so nnn-h L ... ! .-x lob, on tins occasion, that even ft. "in is ii so A as iv nine ' entered tlie house and s,, rt that the "Spirit of -76" is yet to found i the J l t j A"'' tl,e Ver' niSht in "'ive a'heartv wlmi welcome t easts of American freemen! It is then that the i L 7 ' companion was a notori- of this city and vicinity, irit of party cea.es to rave, and discord and confu- n It S.I U mOTe lhan week Soloed, That the whig Pg, in are hushed in silence, whilst all seem t be ac-' h , ,Se I (;0""'""-. The man and ! State be requested to puW hi "H.I. r , . 'ul vuuil woman. That thn l..,,.,. a: a .. . ,,:., ...i. nlrea his arrangement comfortable is evident from suggestion of holding a Convent the statement of th k...k..j "1L.1..o, e 1..1.. .uiaMat" iiiuuc lu UC- ' vi.v. ui ! 1 rvka, Iai c-rt.rt 1 . . ... . t IDC' 'iui-.es an, scrate ip ..1. ,i... e v o t he nost noneineiu. . ...... .. W . . I MM . , , ...,1P I . , 1 ,n,i nv nu nianicic - 1 . . ,...,.ir - - vjoi lull- Mtt, With shame and sorrow, that it is far oth erwise. Do we not almost daily see newsr,a. rrs filled with the vilest slander and with'the mo profane and obscene language 1 and that, too, in the land which oncesff,d far above all others in point of morality ,nd vir'oe f i?,i. wounding it must be to t'he patriotism of eve ry one to see his country thus disgraced .' or s there one soul M destitute of interest in his loudly. We hope the whigs will attend to this mat ter JasaWfofWy, and have a meeting as early as possible, for the purpose of organizing the Carroll county Clay Club. rv-J 111. '1 ... IXJ ineie is a .considerable, stir in our town this week, in conseuuence of flhe Vice Chancery Court, which is now in session here, Vice Chancellor Dicki.nsos presiding. convened for I Count for soon 01 "ie Corpse hal 111 the ni.rl.t k. nuni-oiw n UD to sit bv the Rra o...l ! . . i . I c UM buOM . - ....ill,. IU , j I I WP.lK. I 111! 11 II. 1 1 season. In October the . mLaea? an 1, ura uvin uic 1 nrkm .L..;. m-enter zeal mDi" of f ii.e.1 ,., ,,.;..;.... WI.en the death t wv .Kll ftS it. Not withstand ..iriiiciii, nowever, the proceedings were characterize!!!,!- . ... 1. , uiuiK in 1 ith one exception: An enthusiastic bat. becnmi,, yorant ol his wife's ill,,- --J r. .ft " , ,., , ,u Slate lOruonl. rivivpl n Mmv . ! Iiei tO rile ta .it, c . , "'ft lamm - , . 1 jjiuii u hcrsnr IH'SS (el UDOI1 inmfl KsAnirak I l ... . ...;.! J ,1 nn ft 41 . "vu uici ntMlitfS In. "yui'J vuuiuit. ou -u, a s prooawe that she died when either leep or hquor had deprived him of cons 0u3 ne . and tha, he knew nothing of the matter ...... G awuae in tne morning whentr;.noft,!e ig'-borhood,who be of wlnie Tlr"'" o -vi u " , 1 KOI' iin.i .1 braided th of the election, greater ranks, and hence a gt ...... I.l . I ....... ounrs' ll.'l .1 iiiiiii; liuili w J 1 member, wiiigs ol lSH'i "... 0 . ...iipn c r.u. iuuieine.1' 111 hivui 01 iiik j."lr. 1 . 1 nrffl 1 i,rov... 1. "' "nn, una ...l 1 u , . . . ' t'" L- ,wl 1 7 - -uu, u ueneve.uas since expired. Th.. ..t.n.... a.. " "u wuro. and. as t lev ..,., fc 1 ....... '..7 - I I tin . I . . 11 l ill 1 uit llllglll, ). "i iiui Ul 1111. r-" , hit 111 hand loudly for leavinfl them ' October Convention in "J . ..v.- iiun-. a in! mr 9 .in 11 ;,i sup 11 me uiui 'er.to 'e wWout a friend bv V.7 ! .1 , , . . 1 1 in h w I J , . -- prevaneu ur,ng ,.ie evening, and everv wn, UWS1 lon l,t religion. ..Jndeed sir" ,vas eerrsaa- nmmmut,. Finally, having ended S neot ,U',ein 10 us' H I'oo,le he used to ts proceedings, the meeting tuuth, ewlj t:ike ' ,th h.m were ba.l Ln,.L h . .u? mature th.-.tv, " . . " 6 ' uul u,e Thames." . . . , r-TTTTrTTThe street a lad running s(l,p( cannon, 'as Poor creature H,.,,v. 7'"V ' uul DCT Congress was to have adjourned on the fc' t Ma'SrjR S I'. ', l wo,f " " While we were in the pursuing these inquiries, and while it 17th instant. shot out ol father "Here. Bill, stop! where "Nowhere!" "What after'" "Nuttin!" "What's vour hurry then "Cos I is"?" are I Fatal '""opt N the m of Lare ca Ma. Krah prand ' ins 1 gates , th th. to rem fht ta, X"Vo .