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Although no iminf ncrtug Texas, .fexicn will lind suf nm1 possihly he derived j licicnt : employment in siifiifiiiii her ovvh iti.ens, who have rebelled not .' ..... against her jui diction and la ws bu. nsjwrsetit condition and! ng;unst good urlir tor the want of if Mississippi. All arc j hnvi'd. Tim following is an extract Vvcri.ius diinciibies. uti- 'ofa h-.tiur from Tampic.o to a citizen or citizens have hihorol: mj' New Orleans. jptviKuring pecuniary nt:- ' From the N. (K True Auurican. liXtract ol a letter dated Tasimco, 28th Feb, 1G97. IV".! Sir: .Xotwithflandin the non-stfisicul rant in the Ainericau pa pers, concernin-; the country, and the expedition destined to operate against the Texans, you should know that the Mexicans and their Covcrniuent are resolved to make Texas enter in to a dutv and fhru will do so. ' llverv thin'' is now ready for the march of the troops, which are composed of COOO infantry, and 1200 cavalry, with their corresponding artillery, and the command is confined to. (ten. I'usta- n i r ... i.: i..- .. 'i mniiii I) i ... iiirum, writ iiiouioi ins aioi ;iuu on Hauk paper, stll w linking capital the AItll(),r, Xvhh rt tmhle? tliev citizens cotild riot bel.iv. l..n mn).,i thvn.. K,-;.r. iv ...v... ........ v.,..!-,-. ,,.v,. inte, but this evil will 1 schooners, and twelve cim boats, and . Wl I'm. i tie cmumission pauJ , commission merchants, sJnrscrs, have, in the ag- elleiltoan amount of per ich could be tolerated on- 4prosjieroiis times; and il)' of paying these cnor- '. for stich liahilies. ariserifuuty frcmi the want Jfialty, by which prompt 'o'lldlie fecurel. T.nt it ted that, nntwilhstand- Hature should create thisi lenidy. ct prompt wee fimily secured, and that capital would wanting. The present. capital stock of Hanks :teil. would he jmmcdi tnti 'o:uis could he cllect- tiine.-indou better terms 'lltlim f,.- :.. .. . . " iiciu ucung our Congress to vote for a 8 a United States Hank, "J. Stuart seemed to project .with the meet- m:? -"-J5-"isi us passage 3)v,,1Uoth for thefntelli ii..,. f.M- I....L .! l .i 1 uu c cuui-r, nrr-noiiM-i ta'j,,avercxistnlMul,!foldclot.!,,,,r,'U",t:'l,r ltl"tUt l' vxtU"u Hut Imld peaiuloM a,thi hank .h, ' . ''I ''iooii!!i, lliMwillrive emlifMr-io.Mt e.l..r,. their exec...' t'"' ',i,rl,M i",Vi,;,ti'-'? " t.'.n., mvivableiuitibotionile ui.'?' !" ",r"t . t;,lW""! per. or lake ihe long shot of MUl'rU r ',,,J'' I''''1 u,,,,,,,1Ml,llu Mi.itiiixvf.irii for AW, mil iw.iicy,;'0? "x" l-ftrn rbtor that is .oM and silver.' The court-! M now bois.ni to scruple at the adminis V" :;! hH;nv' '"7' ,l'mp,,t .. i ii.., i . i .i i than in this? i hen- arc but two so- tration ot the law; and the Hesent . . , . ft' i . i , ions of the ( onrts in u vonrSiumi liovernor of Kentuc.kv, it h be hevei ,L i p ,i , .. . ' then a Ciauit j-ufcc decided agains f . nn,,f.whfre 11 W" the whole M'stom, as uncou.tituTion d n,?"7 oi m. I,-..; I in ..i..t i . ;'v 'oiiccieu, i.iiuer iweivc inouu .? liner and oiil, in llie celeoratoil ctises Of,. . i , , i . , im . xt'-if i i i i tradition ot judgment. 'And could Idnir vs. Williams, and Lips cy vs. , r i . i i .. . I',.. I1 .,. .,..,..: i .i u judicial svsteiu be better adoptee o hiestioar. lie xas arra gned lor this i n it- . i i. , m . i I , , ,i i . , . shield a dehiKiuent debtor? Must decision, belore the I.egis ature; but!.v ,-n i i , w, ,, .i ,i .. mm r.iore still be done? Sha I the gov. without an v tllect. J he cases were v . . i .i . i ,i 'i . ,. c . .JcVnuient take the private am iiiomen- then carried to the Supreme (ourt o , , f ,. . . .'! ,i c. , i ,i 1 ,f I tons interests ot debtors and credit the State vhere they were, confirm.' i , irt . ., i v.. I,. , .... 'or-and out ol their keeping, into the t-d. .xoav commenced the xvajiaLt he i i y i i J. , r -t .1 r v Hr , .'pub uiguaruianslnp? (an a xvise and Legislalure upon the JinhiyA viU , , ? . ' .P 4i) J . ijust government, undertake to ini;iKige hig uwt .court. 1 wo (mv jA-' i V . . i- i i -.i n i , r-. , i n i flSI J what private individuals with a rheir i air, I 'd )( sha sPi iIT edlfTS Tcsin;1 '. . . j i . . . i a i i .i v fi . ii sagacity and pcrson.il interests des- and a Celebrated relief leitdi3rtarted i ,xAtcmn , T I i . I Pair Ol UOIUI; I up, in the person ot John Kowunjthel . - r late Souator of the United States. It! r REVOUT 1'4US. was pei'liaps, a deej) game of anbition When die tax on newspapers jiro with that eloquent and powerful inan.jl'sed by -1r. Pitt in 1789, w as under lie spoke and wrote; he was both ora-j discussion in the House of Commons, tor tuu! author for the relief party, aj -M IhutfE said that he disliked the gainst his fatter judgment. The "war; tax, and xould oppose u from a mo o! word? and pamphlets raged hot and; tive of gratitude, "The gentlemen fierce in fyat excitable, hut noUe State.; conc,crne4 in writing for them had .Nothing is done by halve:'., in the been particularly kind to him: they dark and bloody grounds. The peo-i bad made him deliver many well-shd-ple pour thcir whole souls iito their! pen speeches, though he was convin actions j and whether they o to war,' ced he had never spoken so well in ortolan polls, they do "it with all his whole life." Globe. their might. The Legislature could j This reminds us of a story once lold not be brought to address the Judges i if a certain member of the Ohio he- out of ofhec, bv a niaioritv of twi-gislature, more distinguished for his 'Liu, or Uut it ' iiilH'-y l.i 4olfny -'ii'i'li a. ftt h a. i' a ( I M,r rr ,u g. lucid. Il-tnlf I, l, TLit uny Lw. -H, by our Lj-idifiue vU.u h wi ul.l i.i a n wit iui(i;ur li oi !i i,iiiii nl e Wi ll niitv lh Staff (l..it thai ! r'r, iinr..nlifuthfii if, ai- ,. , , loe lughlv iri!iil..u In fii. : ri.i..', , i,nif nig neir inv nmiK ,,. ". Tint . .i1 ....... ....a, ... .,11111 ..If . ' iMiiiin ii.l to th me mbers id our 1. gHkitnro, tint thry ink the pir,t diMtres of tfi yvvfU iumIiT tl.t ir uu- , - li'Mi find fnfb )ilv, 'I'Vy 'buy hi'tt ln-rnilniii-l CW'i'iioii of Iri'Mi no I lilir J ! N''W r'nibind' g ( ; .m! Tint to llir furlli'-nl Uiihi4i of earth iler g'ory Khali iiroelaini! i rm b miff of that Rum.in Umd W ho in thn U i-m hour, fnediatu and most Meriou cotidJ'T.'i- (Wh-nev'.-) ili d'ttiiriiii-iMif our Und t'"". and niake such rrgulatiom as ( rriiji'd to Hie iio,ir wri) Mey tuny tluiik lol calciilated to rf True to their country' (reatl'ul truit jheve their eiiibairnnents, ctisit- tact in electioneering than for noliti cal honesty, or intelligince. He hud there are expected from Jamaica, two good steaiu boats and one brig under the command of Win MeKcnzi, who served with commodore i'orterin war of Independence. As soon a's the vessels arrive, about 1000 men will be embarkod to ope ate by sea, against Galveston, and the other troops will go by land to u- 'fen known in the Stale ini,e them' lUulor t,se c"llll,uuul oi usiauie:u;i. And believe, Sec. fee. To Mr W'm Kiiid, Merchant's E.x- chinge, ew Orleans. I'. S. The arrival of Santa Anna, will not change in the least degree tlio nsnei-t ol fining nt'To vjh. hfr;iiii Cre XV OS but a; l,., :iifin.,l wltl. ItnuMinoiiln nml -- ,-,t w vv n 11.11 lyu-luuiiviHlt O IKI our Ciovermnent; and I repeat that thn exuedition will start about the , , in , - 1J(1 political feelinrrnf Ar.wi I middle of March, if not before. o "I t in the course thirds. The next measure xvas,to re onsunhc. the Court of Anneals, bv le- .' . . .... ' .. . l . . I r . gislatmg the old judges out) and gejloug wished to ligure lielore lus Oon ting new ones in. This strong measj stituents, in the shape of a printed vire even went down; and the strange speech delivered at Columbus, and to sight of two Supreme Courts, was ex-" be read at home. How to get at it hibitcd ;n our pcacetul Ountry o(i was the question. After brooding o laxvs. The records of the old court;! Ver the subject one day in his seat, he were surrcptiteously secured and the! addressed a brother member thus ;vJain support of the reso. Severidv im-.r, in... . . J i;-caeral Jackson in rcla The Hon W. II. Wharton, the Texian Charge if Affaires lias arrived at New Orleans on his return from inirtnn n nil mt-tltii1-ikfl4jirItvnu - - III! L III ' ' tl-,IHUplUU itHA X-llllif,Jrra IVl 1 L Alio er United States Hank 'in tne schooner den. Houston. 'm t!'C late hi-h-hnndndl ' tchex Journal. V . " POCkCt Veto'' nf tl.n l.n V wl Treasury circular; rcceivod v.ti'f!, . . of hiS rcinarks "ttea V all parties pre- -"wis. trt .t i W ' l .UM5U lle pas. i either postponinrr the 0Ur Circuit c.nnrt.n. PW Execution laws in- t ''"ruions .iiesi. ...... 01em . v t . i csui i oi the UTV1 l-abidi txvo courts, each claiming to be the highest judicial tribunal in the Cola nionwealti', went on to bold court and WW ... now comes it, .r. - , mat you, and some other ititiinbers, contrive to have such fine speeches printed in the o entertain appeals. Now the par-j newspapers, and read by your Con ies rallied under the denoinintion of! stituents Why, sir, you can easi- Ol d Court and New. Clav, Critteti. den, Wicklill'e, Robertson most of the lawyers of the Slate, and the heads ly do the same." 'Pray, my dear friend, tell rue how." '' Do you see that on;' ft How standi.ng'iu the lobby.' of the yeomanry, were enrolled in ' ' es w hat ot him', 7 Mto to him the former. Kowan, Hibb, HarrV, and tell lira you want n speech for . . . ' . . ' .1 f 11 Mil.. 1 '. Kendall, IjUi ir, the Johnson s, and the embarrassed with their friends, and generally the poorer part of the stale, sided with the New Court party. Matters now rapidly approach a crisis, about the 1824 and 182G, the election? terminated in favor of the Old Court. General Metcalf as can- the rress. lie win listen, while vou must talk. Then, if you w ant1 a neat ' short speech of what vou havei said, give him a dollar, and he will make yon just. . such none. If you want it somewhat lengthy, give "him two dollars but if you want a roarer, give him five, and he will block you out a speech, that will astonish the f A I. MidainM lo U'liillhe knee, And nawttith indignation just The ahniiioful mockery. What thouph in freedom's liolyrautff Thy voice was heard in vain For when did party npirit jiiuim' At tfuth'ii permiasivo utrain? f hat vuk'o in every patriot soul lliith xvoke an unsweting lone ; And still the echoes onward roll, F.v'n totho Idol' throne, , i , And blanCh thou not tho' darkly now That sway of power hath spread, A spirit it can never bow Is rising from the dead; And men are murmuring of the past, And rousing them to see Tli fearful doubts that overcast Their future liberty. Then onward! Thou whoso warning cry Hath broke that heodlHs rest, IV.il thy own true energy" (!los in e ieh freeman's breast! L'ntil the faithfulness of yore, Our fathers' only guide, Inspires Columbian hearts once more, With all thyjiutriot pride! Aye, point them to the Pilgrim Kock ! And to the hallowed mound Where Warren met the hurtle shock, In death w ith glory erewn'd! Let evory burning word recall The st-niggles of the brave Who nobly dared and suffered all Tboir deare it rights to suvo. The glorious dead! its), all not bu That they have lived in vain, While on the page of memory Their thrilling deeds remain! Hath not each State some sacred spot, Her freedom's! chosen shrine? Some record no'er to be forgot, Proud as the boast of thine? Yet all should only serve to keep More true our unity; l'Vn as our bright rivers sweep On to one blending oca; ?o should tho splendor of tho pat With present hopes combine, And round ont Union ever east A hulo all divine. cntly vuth their duty to their fointit iients, and their obligati m loobey the provisions of the constitution. John H. Walker l'.sip, Mitred Ue following which wns'caniied. ' ' ii'solml, That our Senator and Representatives bp and they an here by instructed to offer, ami support V illi all their energies ut the ensuing ses sion of the Legislature, a bill placing damages on inlund Hills of Exchange and notes payable And negotiable In Hank at 8 or 10 per cent, und to re peal the t'ijuitv of the statute of as signments, solar as the same permits the consideration ol such hills and notes, payable Uaforrsaid, to be im'-i penciled in the hands of innocent pur chasers thereof without notice. Col. O. J.tF,. Stuart offered the fol lowing resolution, ,whic!i voacarlicd bv acclamation. ' " ' "V ; , Resolved, That; out, Senator and Representatives be, nnd they aty hereby instructed to introduce and vote for a resolution instructing our Senators and Repr-sentative ih Con gress to vote for a law1 chartering a United States Hank. The following resolution was offer' edby Mr. E. 11. l'wellami rejected liesoleed, That' our Senator ''and Representative s be instructed to vote for a law postponing the next teim of the Madison Circuit Court uetil No vember or December next. , On motion ol SiiiiueltH. Hlack Esq. it was ' ; ' , ; Resolved, That the resolutions and proceedings of this meeting he signed by the Chairman and Secretary and a copy sent to the Senator andBRtp rcsentatives from this county. On motion of Dr. T. J. Catching, it was Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting he publishcJj tf.e Can ton Herald. ' , ' ' On motion, the inoeting adjourned tine die. Wm. F. JONESsCT,vi. C. C. SiiACKi.r:nmi', SVcy. f containing St0P laws" in their ins v.' p !itness. . ' A.i.1 "?'Coiainproifil nl.lD.. . "' ' Ul com- 0I Tuesday tU Tkxas Five vessels arrivcdatNcw Orleans on the 8th inst, from Texas, and- says the New Orleans Herald, one departs hence for that republic almost every day. - lb. State or matters in 'New Orle ans We have deceived accounts from New Orleans by gentlemen direct from thc-city, wlio represent the state of the times there tu truly deplorable. Rusiness as dull if not duller than is usual at .midsummer. incir siaie ments fully corroborate the following, which it from the New Orleans Her ald of the 9th inst. V. There is'a great quantity of very good sugar on our levee for which five and ak half cents cannot be got; and some Cotton has been sold within the last two days for six and a quar ter, speculation is totally knocked in the head no I'uoney to Le had on any terms. didatc for Governor, defeated Maior Rarrv tho late Tost Master General, natives of your district." A hint and who had been Chief Justice of! was enough. Th" long fellow was the New Court. The Legislative el-j soim at work on ajire dollar tpneh, ectionssurm accorded with that ofand the Constituent. of .Vr. , Miss Marti neau ntw work, So- eity in Ainnica,' publication. " preparing for Governor; and tho constitutional Court was rc-csttiblisced, xvhile their late antagonists expired under the wefcht ana odium of public opinion.-- Rut aiku t trom the happy lesson of actual peace, read by these fierce contentions of party, in a State, where political differences rage like border feuds, the operation of the whole system of Legislative intener ence with debts, was productive of j most Wide, spread mxschxej and ruin. Costs and interests accumulated upon one another, and what u sure to be the consequence of a legal war upon capital, property fell. Thus, while the debts were increased, the means of paving them diminished, till the U nited States Court first, and then the Stale constitutional course; and the State stood disenthral led and free, to extend her noble en- orgies in new fields of action. -The wi-.re astonished at his talents as public speaker. Tuscarawas Advvcitt.. ; .Modesty in a young female is the flowering of a tender shrub, which is And when in future years Lhj name, j the promise of excellent fruit. To And roll with all thy country's fame On bist'ry's page along; I''n as thy own expanded mind Now sheds its cheering rays; Not to one narrow spot confined, Shall be thy well earned praise. ' destroy it is to destroy the hopes of society, to commit an outrage against Mature. The air of the world is a I burning itreath that every day Uast- eth it jl ecious flower. The Gamblkr's kate. The keeper of a faro bank and roulejte table in Mobile, named W. W. Charles and commonly spoken of as Dr. Charles, was murdeiedneartho tLc'atre,in that city, on the night of the Scj ult. as he was going home. ThccLjectof the murderers xvas to plunr him ff the money which he carried about him. supposed to be nearly ' 3000. Be sides the money they took his watch and fur cap. He xvas found in the morning in the street, insensible but living; his skull was fractured by Immortality of thought, through. On. I Tl I'.'' V II.O 1lfl if M.'in 'fllAU i.l.A . N,. . , ,. I . ir"" - f. iibiu inc.-, unc n-j-tnouL'h the north mav caimt.vi'i i m. i i , . . ' isaauow. i ne lands wnicn tiecultiva ui riu, Tho stars' ascending gluain! As just to all thy gift and worth, The south shall hail its borlm', p'rom every lip from every heart. The glowing tribute won That thine has been d patriot's part Coucmbia's noble km. i tod are waste. The hearth stone an which he gathered up the affections of his own home, is Sunk into the ele ments. The very marble which Iris (children raised over his ashes for a memorial into eternity, is scattered to the winds ot heaven. His sons, his" kindred, his race, his nation, all their i mighty works thr magnificent cas- A touch cf the sublime. The Wol-jtlds their imperial cities are1 van voreen, published at Ann Arbor, Mi-' ished like a mist and swep' out of the chigan, gives the following:-- ! niuinory of man! Yet the very" word A man that woald cheat the prin-ltbut ho spoke -that little "winged ter, would steal a meeting house, and, word a breath, a vapour gonc'as it rob the grave yard. If he has a soul,! was uttered clothing a new &' noble ten thousand of its kk.o would have j thought embodying one spark trf more room in a mnsuuito's eye than a: .'leaven's ow n firf--fonned into letters aovri.bliiwslroinsornehe:iYY wcanon.i hull fro- has in the Pacific Ocean. -. traced in airy lines upon a leaf --n- I'liius vuiut in.'., tt.m uivu uic I . t 1 1 o ... .1 ., f , . - , i i Courts, swept away the n-'ndhe died on tin.: Diorning of the MhJ He ought to be winked at bv ic mind, rol.rd, coped, printed aud multiplied itutional laws out of their! The place- in which the "deed was! people, and kicked to hJ across lots' spreads over the xvhole earth is ' I " .a i.i . m i ' i ,1 I . 1 1 . ji . n-rr.p.t rated, xvas one ot the most irc-i v cr on es. nemuuu lonsueu ami nauoa - qe- (luented in M"ble. Yet the murder-! ' seends through all prosperity,' and. en effected their object and escaped Darin.' yrre nArr shower on Commonwealth Hank p. perJmLeeniuntnole-ted. Twr, prr,cn had been the U, a 'renchman had his wi.i,- .... I . . - i ...I n .nan r,n TU.I.n.n. i 1 1T III 1 I'll t ( ill . Ill- tllllK ll TilTIOh fit .1 i'iinri ui fiptiriii'iion nv law. for irreiira ' i-u. me m- uv - --- i . .... .j i J . it- ..... .1 1 I .. L . . .'n- .null mill lu. Ill"l V I'll-Illl.il'H. u til. . ,n,U, in manv years, and has n.;en nearly to e.i is represt.u. , nw- i-ui i. -.- " ' , --puiu 1 . ...... I .t- . nn. ...II l I ,. ,i.,r r. 1 no,! r urn f,o r n I'll.! , . , i . n n . . f ... r,,... Innc. ' .iliu jtrafirTe ' oiiensoe man, awl vh.ii tan i-iiik., - , . t . - : i . - i ;vps Mover, immortal as his soui. A wit is not often seen to laugh ut .... ... 4 ' 11 tests. 1 hey are thiii js tie- is too v ell ith. w it isor.v news oar, for onic tune.