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l nil i h vil u:, ai ism. Hath a pa r, I'r. n, in, IM :i JOHN J. TIIOMI'NON, Cm Ton". ion inimuknt, JOHN C. OA LI 101 Or South ('a no mm a, Subject to the diciuom f a National Coiu'tntion. OtrWa would bo under hntii g obli cations to nnvof our iiiitrniHorlr.ends 'in this iv iid dm adjoining tcuntic, if lliey wool J use sonic exertion in pro 'curing us n few more CASH subscri bers; all wc solicit of the community is a sufficiency to defray the necessary expel; s of tiieolhce; saying nothing about composition, press work Ac. (rOur brother typo of I be Attala Gazette, seems to Lc disposed to take up the cudgel in behalf of the Wolf county paper, and sas we arc as mad as a wet hen. If he will inform us how mad wet hens genercally sire in At tala County, we shall be prepared to imform him whether his assertion is correct or not. Ihar he should take sides with Wolf county, is not at all 6trange, when we take into considera tion tho. trronf simihiritv nf Jliinln Sj irnfCnn nnd .hn.,1,1 not h J P"entati repeal of lIlC "v ' 7 v Uankrupt Act, an entire new bill es- yastomshed to see some remarks on tablishinga bankrupt system.' In this tue same subject trom a little ketch "iirH u(m.ii.M i riiNom.v.s. fi lint ft In firf lw Vntun9f : in ht rt. imIi', .Mr i,mh unH!ir fiuiitbert.f ll.U m.U nl n-lld i rtli ' ' '"n ,M"l "" ',f i .... .. i .... i..... OffiHi rlffi KiIimI lu.l'iy Iii i in, mi I urn I'M' '7 i" niiiMi mum . . . - I ."If. Ml Ihllfl III l t-Ml' t', WlHlllMl IMUpptltl.tlllf, KfMI'H.'.I l.'.l ,. ,ll.H, Hlid Willi l.. ll.l WMlM !) Willi Miy Mlllbif llliilillily Miri'f IIImIiIi ip liliftM i-i!(t .f itn Mb iii lh Ifiiuni. Imlli for n i lid'lfj liU r j H, i vinili'ii'iil ih liMiMit.ii mi li W'l'llld' III Ml l it M? Cil'l lllxifi II, ')' lliMli ilH III Vliliifi III t-ll.lll c ! U m 1 1 . 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J'.. .1 1... I'llrfliiu nun iiini, nHii ii i imiiii'mii iii'k mil iiiiii,iii i imii, it ill nrni iiinnnx n (;nil Sliitin", wbi ru I Iby liluili t t,tincnhr Juurnut, TUX AS A N 1) i:n;( j LAN I). We f nil lhe ntleiilioii of our rend. .. i . . .. 1. 1... .i. .. i.. CM lo lli MMliT 1 1 mil n ivrnuni in un pin iiiiiM'tlo i(hiti In Ibii rtiiwi faii. hue of b.itiln, w lib luMiinlled drum-, no li fin fi'Vrriid no fulilnd Ibig-, but w lib llmnftord of Ifutb lind iriil Inr, ( hr foti) ibn ilili-ld of ihf) (,'(ii,n. i ... : 1 . t .1 I .. I I . .. Ullinil, VI J I II Mil! Mil llll IIIIIIIHT ll Ihf 2'i,in follows! tenden, Kerr, and Moitbeud wore nbtrnt. Ycas Mcmis. Allen, Hciiton, llu ehntinn, Clayton, I'ulton, Ilendcrnoii, King, Linn, McHobcrts Maigum. Merrick, l'lielnn, Sevier, Smith of C'enncrlitut, Smith oflndiann, Slur ccon, Tonpan, nlker, w hite, Nil cox, Woodbury, Wright, and Young L'l. Navs Messrs. Archer, llncbv llairow, Hates, Haynrd, lbirien, Calhoun, Choate, Conrad, Lraf.s, Daylon, EvaiH, Graham, Huntington, JMf Duflie, Miller, l'orter, Hives, Mm nlher t'obuiiii, eopii d fiointlio N. O. Ib-inoi fiiry, vi ry fold rxpiiiidcd,uii(i Tropic. e nave Hot Win n iini iimiiu glinting bmk llifl Min. the tetriloiy n oi 1 1 1 o nrnirai y of the tuilers viewi. not y oi ireniini; , . ,,illt,. ,. ,i..r, ,., in ... . I I , KIIUIHIMI M ""J'"h " ...... ..... ... worm nav iil'. . .. ,i .. r.i. ...... i.i.i. I . , ,1 ... ... , . ,, r ' (MM I t Y I I MI M FU-lll III r HI Til V DM II ' l,,V. ' """"'" ""R ' vxHn in !bis rounlry, Cuba and lira- 1 1 (lilt fan III llriln III. if it.. I, ii.. I. I . I "" i . ... a. . . ' i . . Uiat the a bur of her white Maves A to ,he rip n.o n id the d.,.,,l;oe, , iropc.lirr yellow Mavesin India, lit 1 111 li l:ilii li-l In luf fii fl.n n I ... . . 1.7 . 1 ('nirfrMtott Mercury Thf Pragma tf lkmacrucu Is onward. It rides in triumph oer nil opposing li llm iitt. In ('oni)fc. m ilt, jtiiiMiK 'iiiiHeits, aim in every mons, Spragur, Tallmadgc, and Woodbridce 22. On the same day the Committee on the Jud'ciary made a report on the b:ll of the House for the repeal of the Bankrupt Law. In reference to this report the Globe remarks: "The Judiciary Committee of the Senate reported to-day, as an amend ment to the but Irom the House of penny print published in Greensboro' edUed by tha immortal Mathew Ellis Abbey, Esqure. Come one, come all you small fry, lower down upon us, we are fond of excitement. OrAs this paper has been accused of extortion, in publishing Tax Col. , lector's Sales, we take the liberty of calling the attention cf those who .yrvre most clamerous in their accusa tions, lo mTTOToWIng f -1 new bill, two great points are yielded first, voluntary bankruptcy is given up; next, the consent of a majority of the creditors, m number and value, is required to release a debtor from his debts. These are two important concessions, both in a moral nml con stitutional point of view. Whatever may be the reason of the committee, the belief is wide and deep that the present act is unconstitutional, and all the certificates granted under it are null and void; and the concession of ll commit Itt.corrpsponda.. with tlial belief, (be their reason what it may,) and will powerfully contribute to es- The ..!, t i .i HI II Ml II ilU PIIIH'I VI iii'i'in inent of the Oregon ..J the Afr.ean &c , Africft nri(l the W It I Siiitadron. which was to plaro there- ' . i i n it. captured neKrocs in the olonycfli '"V. l,e Tkm ftVi,:,bf f i. ' i.. n.i7. i .i... . ' al Hamilton mid nomo ot'ier h m,... ,,v.. uu i.mi u.m squauroi. ., , Tlirri, nrw .,,.,, tnL (iu.r t0 W .... I I. I .-..! I - -I I ....l liiVlilark fhitci or nnnieitice. r1."1 w,,ir 1 n".K....,tu u . .oia, . i.. k t .t... xt;.... i. ..it... It Ii lir.nv ilm tnf.inl i-pttiiblin nnd lo de iv- otaus to wit. eii; hlv i .... i .' .i n....:i..i:.- . r ttioii lo k at linn ncain.as lie u icatH . i i i- er ii over itounn 10 uiu iiiiumiuns u . . , ,. ... nine hundred nnd forty; " n if.., .,,. ' gubernatorial chair of Connec- the wholo cost of the nnvv TV"? '., . . V " "-; " liruf. miJ that host dwindled into. wasabout S7.000.000.b, a!,U enamel. . it. oery. mine ,., H fccb,0 m,norit and $. faSt tnnAlinZ part of which was near 600.- K?" "Cn:. . ". . into the fn.Rmcntsof vthat it ha, once 1 I'AUS was the twelfth part of tl:o natv of .1 . ine uniieu guns out of and (hat for 1813 twelfth 000; and this was the annual cost of the African squadn n, while $100,000 was proposed lor the Columbia sittlc mcnt. lhe Aliican squadron was to be kept up for five years, at r.car $600,000 per annum, besides loss of lives and ships on the African coast. This was near $3,000,000; yet no ob jection lo that I iMr. l.inn comment ed on this htrange preference given to an yuncan over an American ob ject; and insbted that, while millions could be lavished on the African squa dron, no objection should be made to 8100,01)0 lor saving the Columbi; from foreign dominion. Globe. I I ...!.. I Indies CI U "hull,Bl powcrnii in- Jenrr "uncci, ami tins triumpucu. JooKat , Ilm 1 rrialn I urn nf 1 SltH. nnd fA (' V eiulcrs " . . 7 " ' iiivi'iaiiu, Willi u iiiiiui pi'iij, con lending ngaiiut n mighty hot;uii( III inn u pui nun ii mi. uvui uuv i a . Hi by Mexico to England! On the same " " principle the U. States ought lo have "i" ",c re paid her portion of lhe debt of Eng. t forlli of .he progress of Demo I i .i. ' k i , .i7 cincy. We were phown the other day, a receipt of the Tax Collector of Noxu- tablish it in the pu'dic mind. bee, given to Dr. Smith, of this Coair day will come when this act will rank ty, couched in which, was the print- wi,h th? Alien and Sedition laws, the , . . . , ,. , . , ... unconstitutionality of which is now so er s receipt for publishing a hall Uuivcrsany admitted . section of his land for the taxes; the r: 7; 7777 r u- u un-irir 1 ii "Negro Evidence What has amount of which was SIX TY dollars, becomeofaU the illdignation.of the the taxes on the land was $2 82 cents. whjgs respecting the introduction of Now we defy any one to point out ' negro evidence in naval trials? l)ur- ne inslance where this paper has ing the latter part of Martin Van ever charged over one half that ! Buren;s administration, that genlle- I , . e , man was wonderfully berated because -amount, at least so far as we have omfle naVal rcsukVlona SiU)Ctioning aI)y knowledge. tjie reception of negro testimony, and DELEGATES TO TH1&STATE from lhe vast amou,lt of 'dignation rnrvvTTrni , pressed by the Coon presses and ora- CUJN V 1 (oaSi we had Bupp09cd the aw wOU j TAKE NOTICE 1 ! ! De repealed immediately 011 the ac- You are hereby commanded to .be cession of the whigs to power. They andarmear at the citve f Jackson, on I have now held the reins of govern- Wfirlnfiav nnirt th Jcf a i' 1 ment for two years, and with a lerge . . . . . . majorilv in both houses of Congress, o clock, M., having your loins gird . an j yet; strange to say, this ahomil,a- uuuiu wim uuui, uiai you may ue ble practice is still tolerated. Jn look able to enter upon the duties enjoin- ing over the proceedings of lhe Court ed onyoo, in a manner that will re dound to the welfare of the Great Democratic party. OirWe would call the attention of Messrs, Graham & Griswould, editors of Grahara'sJVIagazine, to the fact? that they have neglected to send us lhe Fcdruary number of their periodi cal. THE WEATHER. On Tuesday night last, we had perhaps, one of the most severe spells of cold weather, we have had this winter; it commenced raining and freezing, with occasional snow, about sun-set,- and continued pretty much the whole night. On the morning of the same day it was so warm, that we dispensed with fire in our office, until about noon, when it commeced growing cold, and continued until night, or the next morning. Such sudden changes as these, cannot fail to render any country unhealthy, du ring the winter season 5 nevertheless, we have one of the most healthy sum mer climates on the Globe. (KrJohnC. Calhoun will be 61 years old, o the 18th day of March next. Kflikf The Augusta Chronicle, the leading Coon organ in Georgia, styles Win. Cost Johnson's Assump tion Scheme "reli'f to the States." liy the bye, this talk of relief lemind us of a stoi y told of an ei c nti ic Ensr lish diine, who was called upon to perform the funeral services of a dead debtor. After the ceremony was per- fwrmcl 1 wnd -lny-corrrsrT WHS oh its way to tho church yaid, the sheriff" made a decent upon the body, and attached it or debt, as by the t! cn law of England he had power to do. Move on!' said the prirsl. Stop T shouted the sheriff. Move on'.' exclaimed the priest again. This body is mine!' sai I the sheriff This body is GodV,' replied the prust. . . , 'In the King's name I command you to lower the coflni',' exclaimed lhe sheriff. 'Ibiry the man!' shouted the infuri ated priest, 'and if the sheriff s iys . 1 t . . . inree words, take Inm up and bury him too! I've read the funeral service and som body shall be buriedP So with the whies. Ilavimr signal ly failed to relieve the people, the next exercise of iheir relieving pro' penalties is lownid the States. Havine promised relief, they arc determined something shall be relieved. llcksbury Smtinel. KIIJU UlUUll UJV.UIIVVI Viumi HIV t.1 B spiritof liberty on her own soil. p not remember, (say. the Gen. Hamilton ottered a bribe oi :', ' ; , 7'b J -s 7 $200,000 to Santa Anna, lor the re. A'r' vlen . luaroieneoa; ... . . rm was in fhi HnnSA nf Itanrnsnntfltiv cognition ot independence 01 lexas. 7 .. ... , If the aphorism be true that he who 01 wwsacnusetM.wiin dui 47 nemo- would give a bribe would take one, it ""ls Vuu YnT ' u r C,Z might be w orth while lo calculatehow tolerated, as he brought forward and much the assumption of the Mexican stained the measures to aboh.hthe debt by Texas, was worth to the 13. it- Poy . - "'Tine KS W iu f,i i i,j,i.. .m mini,i to collect their fees? It was a pleasant a fairly be taken as the profits of Gen. to see this f ame gentleman, on II. on the negotiation. Gen. Houston Tnurid.y, presiding over the two and Congress ought to have refused ,luust:a t , , , u 11 T . 7 , lhe nnreJmsed trealv. Hut there is ,he very hall where he foiBMiIy stood no danger that Texas will ever pay n cent of the debt. Let the merchants nnd capitalists of N. Orleans fit out a few vessels of wnr, throw a lew hun dred barrels of pork and biscuit on board, and there will soon be Amrr of Enquiry of the l2lh of Janury, into the late transactions on board the brig Somers, we find the names of the fol lowing persons called to the s and, to render testimony in the case: James Dunn, . (negro,) captain's steward ; ., . , . Anthony Custin, (negro,) ship's cook; Henry Ganabrantcz, (negro,) ward room cook; Manual Howard, (n"groj) steerage cook. Were the whigs sincere in their denunciation of Mr. Van Buren in this matter? We answer no. Their clamorwasgot up for political capital, and their cant was that of hypocrisy. Uulessour memory is greatly treach erous, the demorrals in flnnnrpts at. tempted to amend the existing laws "nJust fi!'e imPoRed by judge Hall, are permitting the reception of this de-i "quenliy taken advantage of by the Charity brgins at Home. -In ac cord.uice with this time honored maxim, the Legislature of Arkansas, passed a bill to pay themselves in specie out of the state banks, while all the o. her servants of the State were compelled to take their pay in shin plasters, worth about 25 or 30 cents in the dollar. The governor very properly vetoed this unjust bill, but the boys were determined to have "the hard," right or wrong, and they , passed tne bin by the constitutional majority over tne veto ot tne Gover nor. ficksburg Sentinel. General Jackson Insulted by ih Federal Whig Consrrcss. The de- bates in Congress on tho question of reiunding to General Jackson the I as one of an inflexible minority of les than one to ten. Such nas been the progress of Democratic principles and just views in our good old Common. : wealth." JKorwichJivrora: scription of testimony, and it was vol ed down by the federal whigs, lest, forsooth, they might offend the sensi tive feelings of their abolition allies of the norta ; And now we find the full lestimony of four negroee, (made be fore a naval court,) spread upon the Whig journals of the country, with out a word of cenure or comment. Oh whiggery, where is thy blu.h! r r.i.. K . ... j federal members to insult, in the grossest manner, the war-worn old Hero. Even John Quincy Adams, the other day, offered to raise a sub scription among the members to pay the fine! This is worthy of the past conduct of the man who "defends the abolitionists, and approved of the bloody Chinese war! In the Senate, that old Federalist, Mr. Berrien, re pp! ted a bill infavot of paying back Tl e following correct remarks are can volunteers enough on board to from the moneyed articles of the New cnublo Commodore Moore to blow lork Herald. The- writer ja" not a Mctamorns, Santa Cruz, and the cor- partisan, ai.tt his urticles re distin rupl treaties of Gen. Hamilton & the guished for their accuracy and corn fund holders to the devil, while the prehensivenes-". Every sentence of sailors will help themselves todoub- the the following paragraph is pre g loons enough to pay their wages Brit- nant wbh living truth. Hartford ish power and British influence ought Tim: a. to be driven out of the Gulf of Mexico "In nil revolutions, the progress i out of the western world, & it must irrcsbtibly onward; whether they lc be done if the south would secure the of a political or financial cast, or whe perpetuity of her institutions. Our ther politicians combine the two to system of slavery is that of the bible, forward their selfish views. The sanctioned by God himself, when he course ofthe Whig party now ascend ordered Abraham to circumcise his ant at Washington, has been opposed slaves, those ! ought with gold' as to the old system of inviolability of well as those born in his own house- contracts. They ha vo sought popu Iiold. Christ approvod of it when he larity by endeavoring to release the rame to reform and save the world; debtors from the claims of creditors, but the English are not satWfid, and wi'hout taking into view the danger they mut send their satellites Mad- of knocking down the old landmarks den, Martineao & Co., over the earlh of commercial integrity. They favor to eke out the mission ofthe world's ed bank frauds and dishonesty by their redeemer by substituting the English example in allowing the District bank system of slavery the system ofthe 'o remain suspended. Thev set ih devil for starving the bodies and de- example of bad faith in e mr awav stroying thesouls of hundreds of thous- the land revenuesof the Federal Gov andsof human beings annually, for ernment. while that 0vnmfint . the humane system which exists in unable to pay its own debts. They Cuba, Brazil and the U. States. We encouraged Stale repudiation. b are in possession of a rich fund of ma- holding out the hope that relief could terials which unfold the selfish, inhu- be got from other ouarters than ram. manand dangerous schemes by which tion. The land distribution bill had G. Britain contemplates the subver- been passed on the condition that the sionof our system of Government, by proceeds should revert to the treasury first moving cn the institutions of the when an increased tariff hiram South. She is even now organizing cessary. When that necessity arriy her outpost and some of our own ve- ed, regardless of nhVhlct fiiih. thv nal speculators and borrowers, would sought to repeal the condition. When sing "all's well" until the enemv is in these nc's had unsettled minlir nm. the midst of us VicksbWz Sentinel, raliiy, and relaxed the moral oMion. ' r Q Th. o,,. p t rpi.M ion of contracts, legislative sanction - riiiiuc Kttuir. 1 wcicr. 1 ue . .1 . .. Legislature of New Hampshire have f e T f F W done their work, nromnili. ,fnV.fvp. InV;!ment of thc bankrupt law.- . . ,. r r"v ly, thoroughly, expeditiously, and gone home with the good consciences 01 men who have acted on settled convictions of duty. They have brought to the consideration of ques tions of public principle, the resolute, uncompromising,unbiassed will of full grown, well educated, whole-hearted republican men and suffered no peu rile personal considerations to draw their steps aside from the plain Dem ocratic track. . Thev have neither shown ignorance, nor doubt, nor wa vering. On the Tariff the Bankrupt Law liability of all stockholders nf banks a National Bank d ivnrr.fi nf Bank and State prohibiiion of small ins me apportionment tnaclnvut , Public, corporate, and individual cre dit sank under these accumulated dis asters." 'New Fork Herald. BLANKS, Of every description, neatly execu ted at this OFFICE, ALL KIND OF JOB Work done at short notice. "a wobd to the wise." ADVERTISING COLUMNS. RUNAWAY IN JAIL. WAS COMMITTED to the Jail " of Winston County, on Satur a y the 4th of February, 1S43, t - 'v