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k. V. . - " ' ' -vV- " : - - v - - - -""O :; .1 ' - r or2 uxiox s rr.nrncTouR cause is jcsrr iFcr rrcoltleut of the II tilled State?, MENIHLY LAY, OF KENTUCKY' FUR VICi: PRESIDENT. THEODORE FP.ELI!10iiUYSEi3, Of iXrtfl Jrrrry. ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT. Of Warren, Peter R Starke, Of Letirndrs, Alex. B. Krmlferd Of Marshall, T. Jones Sexvart, Of Wilkinson, ' Isaac RJ. Unvls, Of Panoh, Henry Gray, Of Winston. Jr.-- n-f ' Friday. June 2 8, 1844. j9 a vacy'isa. ESHnroa;: iii vsE.v, cr their friends in ether Elates, have nothing to ftar from Mississippi, - their majorities . at the next election will be overwhelming, end the Whigs have only to move in solid plar.ax, and all the frag ment3 of factions must scatter before them, "like chaff befoie the .wind". The locos dread there is to them, politically, an evil day a coming, and . they manifest no little 8nxiety to create a breach in the Whig ranks, on the Texas question, if possible, but in this, we fondly hope, they will be most gloriously disappointed. Yea, we may safely say, they will be disappointed. rThe Great Dace. We give below the result of the great Special Election. Tho followin? is the result, at this box, of the election for Probate Clerk of this race which came off, on the Union Course, county, held on Wednesday last: (L; I.) on the -6th inst., between Fashion C. 11. Henderson,.. .'..139" and Blue Dick. There were three ecteries, Gib. Barnes, .. but tho contest was between the i two nags 07 We are under renewed obligations mentioned above. .Fashion won the first to out friends Waters, Clerk of . the Volant, heat with a-severe struggle, by a length, Captain Garland of the; Gov. Mcrehead, horning out much distressed. In the second and Lane ey, Clerk cf the Yazoo City, for . . , . i . . , . - . their kindne in brings u, late papers. , Fash.on led about a length for the first three miles, but in the last mile Blue Dick CrTur. Yazoo River has. for the past . . . . , ...... torcea ni3 pace, ana caugni nis tair com weeK, Deen rising very rnpiuiy,auu 3 h avhigh if not higher at this pSaco than' it has been at any time this season. It is still on the rise. , Whiz Principles nnil Measure. tit. A SOUND NATIONAL CURRENCY, regulated bv tha will and at-.t'noiiiy ol theNairn. h. AnaJequsto REVENUE, v.it'i tair rP.O TECTION TO AMERICAN INDUSTRY. 3rJ. JUST RESTRAINTS ON THE EXECU TIVE POWER, embracing a further restriction on the exercise of the VETO. 4th. A faithful administration of ?Se puMie Domain, with an equitable DISTRIBUTION OF THE PROCEEDS of tha halts cf it amon tlrthc Statea. , . 5th. An HONEST an 1 ECONOMICAL admin istration of tha Gnera! Government, leaxing imb lio officers perfect freedom of thought and of the t'ghi of suffrage, but with sui'ablo restraints juinst improper interference in elections. 6:h. An amendnent of the Constitution, limit in ar tha incumbent of the presidential edee to a SINGLE TERM. With respect to he atation wliieh t'nftt rortion ef our population ervnged in MECHANICAL pursuits ousht to occupv in the United State. LMi'c thrt all eilise'U. native and naturalised vtlh out avj regard to thtir respective vork7i2X3,thovld enjoy tuck ciniiJeralii in toci'ly at ii due ta their tirtie and inletlieiee their industry, ttiritty and general dcportmenW-liESRR CLAY. Let raa not be mijr.dertofic! and I entreat thta I may net be misrepresented. am XOT advocating the revival rj a HIGH PROTECTIVE TARIFF. I AM FOR ABID ING BY THE PRINCIPLES OF THE COM PROMISE ACT. Iam for doing what no Smthern nun of fair candid mind ever yJ denied giving to the country a revenue which may provide f )t the economical vscmti cf the Uivernnent. ana at instate time giving in cidental protection to our home Induttry." Speech of Henry C'av n the United State Senate, March 1st, 1842. LOCO FOCO PRINCIPLES. PLocofocoifm rallies under the banner which an indignant people have once trampled In the dust. "Martin Van Euren and the Sub Tresurv; th puree and the eord in the hands of the President; no credit; no paper money; no Tariff; thirty-even millions a -. oar public experes, ar.d rothirf? to pay; high fa'.aries to office holders, and low wage to hborers j etandinR army in time of pence ; nero testimony in the navy ; party servility belors public good in the 8clec:ion of public offieera ; and repeal and repudiation of pub ic engagements and public liabilities-" Scntiixxesits of Henry Clay. EXTRACTS TROM HIS SFEECRES. Tnc SrsriowER River is also very high, and we understand that many of the finest farms on its banks, are now under water, and the. crops entirely ruined. panion at the half mile post, and, very un gallantly passed her, and led a clear length till they reached the last quarter etretch when the mare rallied and caught him, both coming home together, making a dead heat in" 8.04$. The decision of this heat by the jud;e3, created a good -deal of. dissatisfac tion; the crowd believing that Blue Dick had. won by a head. . In the third heat Clinton Presbytery. We publish on the first page of to-day's Fashion aeain led for the first three miles paper, ce prcceeuinga oi tne y nion rres- on the back stretcn of the fourth mile Blue tyicry,neta at canton cn me -;utn ci iuaicn r. , , , , ; - - last, believing that the will be interesting D,ck Passed her' the however, recov to many cf our reader?. ereu ,ner advantage on the halt-mile turn and lead into the quarter stretch: here Dick again passed her, corning home a length ahead, t inning the heat in 7:53. Fashion coming out greatly distressed. They started off for the decisive heat, Fashion again lead ing her troublesome competitor for the first half mile, when .'unfortunately Blue Dick bolted into the field and ran some distance, but was brought back by his rider, twice C3 We are indebted to the Hon. T. M. Tucker and Hon. J. Thompson ffor import ant public documents. Slop the Villain. A most notorious scoundrel, by the name of John FargiSin. stole from Mi. Thomas C. Rayner, of Holmes counly, on Saturday night last, his two little daughters, one aged 11 Bnrt ilia rtthftr O vpfir. i 1 3 n f c rr r r mnn tlUlUbVtl. V. VJl ., U ll(IV I11U4I I . . . . . ( I I iiimninr Inn rat! nr1 ant rwt in mi rem r f I and two horses. What under heaven could , . . ... . . ; I ical nis antagonist, ann continued to gain on Whigs i in August and November. With perfect confidence, we assure our friends abroad; that Indiana will be nay, is re- W, W. TnojiPsoN, Esq , was chosen Pre sident cf the Convention, assisted by twenn ty-five Vice Presidents. The following resolutions were then unani mously adopted by tha Ccnventicn: Kesohed, That from this spot so endear- ea oy patriotic reminiscences, we, the free as may be, the whole oft!-:' anrsr.teu ec -it My between slavholdin tr.S aoti-laTeh..-,.iiag States. "- . " - 6th. The assent of Mexico, to b obtained by treaty to eucli annexation and louadary, or ta be dispensed with when the Congress of the U. S. may deem such assent to be ua necesaar. . ' - 7ih. Other details of the annexation o to be adjusted by treaty so lar ss the esme may come within scope ef the treaty-making pow er. . . The Texas. Treatf. men of Indiana together congregated, do, thtt voud for afd iMt the Texa. Treaty. Negative, 1 1 U I,.... mnA ...:e.. 1 - -r a I w uu v iuu uu .. rau.y aua re-arrn ice Affirmative. nomination ot JH&mtx JLAV and THLU- Alabama, DORE FRELINGHUYSEN. ' North Carolina, - Resolved, That here, on the battle ground m.muspp,. consecrated by the valor onhe-fflaatrioH narnson,.ana ice crave men who lougni North Carolina, and fell beneath him, and of those who still Illinois, suivive, we, a poition of the same army of ArKn" loiu o,uuj nee voters, piettge our vow Mi880uri :o ine country ana 10 eacn otner to carry out, as his executors, his dying request, contained in these words 'l wish you to understand the true principles of the govs ernment. I wish them carried out. I ask for nothing mote." ;What , an imposing scene this immense multitude of people must have presented! Twcnty.five thousand freemen meeting togetherfor tho purpose of making arrange ments to do "theii country some service" in tho great battle which is to be fought -in November next, and to pledge themselves to each other to "do or die" in the glorious struggle. ;' ,V''-"v-.J--. . 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 Main. New Hampshire, 14 Massachusetts, .2 Vermont, : 2 Connecticut, 2 Rhode Itland, 2 New York, "2 New Jeraey, .2 Delaware, - 2 1 Maryland. 2 "Virginia, 2 J5 North Carolina, I Georgia, I Louisiana, 2 Tennesaee, . 2 Kentucky, 2 Michigan, 2 Ohio, 2 Missouri, 1 Indiana, - 1 36 - Divided New Hampshire, North Carolina, Missouri, and Georgia. Declined to vote Mr. ilannegan, of Indiana Crescent City, COMMERCIAL. 0The Aladisonian fni3 near a column in praise of an editor somewhere in Ohio, who has announced his determination to support Captain Judas Tyler. He certain ly deserves-praise for, venturing upon 3 fblorn hope. It; is like green peas in De cember quite a rarity. t The Western Statennnn. - We have received the first number of -a neatly printed and well conducted paper '" hc character of the market, and-retain our ' . . . , , L j fjrmerquotations The, sates of the last three wearing ine aoove miej.ii is puoiiatieo ai Carrollton, Mi., by Messrs. E. L. Travis & R. S. Stith. The 'Statesman" is out and out Whig; the names of Ceay and From the N. O. Tronic ol iuneiiV, 1844. COTTON. In our review cfeWednceday morn In2 last, we stated that a moderate amount of business had been transacted in Cotton during the three tfajs previous, and that pticcs remain ed without any change. On Wednesday there was some enquiry, and the transactions reached 1,500 bales, but on the following dav there was a complete cessation of business, and onlv three hundred bales wejo disposed of, on former terme. Late in the cvenirjg, however, a list ol" 800 bales were disposed of for! the English market. Yes terday there was a-belter attendance of buvers. and the operations embraced 2200 ba'es, includ- mirk or brand. -'ie 1 t lw. i . MONDAY, THE 2UTH OF JULY next, wo will fell at our VYafehouse, cure j-.' nrri- IHjttiC OtltC: '), a 111 of at IturiN cci.ii -.!i-..g of 'J'ables, Side-Board, Chair?, Mattr: , Vsdsltzds, Carpeting, etc., left with I'u'; . . :i Vf ilson, June 8th, 1643, by steirr.lcit r.Iaid cf Kentucky, as the property cf Jc! n h criaul, Esq., or one IU. Smith. We sell for cash, sufficient to pay freight and our charges incurred ihcrccn since dale (8th June H'3.) V J.I. WILSON & CO. late "Fuqiia & Vilson,w Yazoo city, June 2S.J844. 51-if noTiee, rniHE subscriber having erected a Geist Mill near his residence, (about 2 miles from Yazoo City on the Benfon road) will be prepared at all limes to furrish fine fresh meal and Mommy either at the AI til or at Mr. H. Ha man's Store in Yazoo City, and Mr. McNeil at Benton. He will also grind Corn, &c. for the use of Horses and cattle, for a reasonable to!!. Persons using feed will find it a great sav ing by having it ground. A. II. MORTON. June 21, 1844. 50-tf. " Council Proceedings. CALLED MEETING. Jinb 10. 1844. Present, R. Eaton Keys, President J. V. Larnett, M. Allen, W. J. Leake and N. Perry, Selectmen. The meeting ' being called to order, the minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The following Ordinance which was laid on the table far action at this meeting, oil motion of W. J. Lake, wa adopted. AN. ORDINANCE. Be it Ordained by the President and Select men of Yazoo City, That all owners of cat tle, sheep, awine, goats, and every othef nimal required by law to Le marked or brand ed, bh required to file with the Town Clerk an accurate description cf his, her or their ing one list of 1100 North Alabama, taken for shipment to England. V e can perceive no change ! Fhf.linghdtsen are nailed to its mast-head. We wish the publishers pecuniary and poliL success." have induced the black-hearted wretch to steal tho little girls we cannot conjecture, but we tincerely hope that the scoundrel will be apprehended, and the chitdten re stored to their distracted parents. We hope that our brethren of the press will give this fellow a passing notice. For a discription of the thief, children, negro and horses, see advertisement in another the mare, coming home but two lengths be hind; Fashion winning the heat in 8:23. It is the unanimous opinion of all present, Tiia Ball of '40. A well conducted . Whig paper, bearing the above title, has been received: it is ;ajs are 4,800, ai d those of the week 8,300 bake. L1VERPOOL.CLASSIFICATION v . Louisiana and Jlississitfri. Inferior,- - - - 5 a 5J Okdinarv - ' - . 6 a CJ Middling, - - - 6 a ? Middling Fair, - 7J a 8 Fair, - - - 81 a 8J Good Fair, - - - 81 a 94 Good and Fine, - 9 a j AD YE SI'T 1$ -E JTI E I T . Yazoo City clicol. that Blue Dick would have won the race printed at Jefferson ville, la., by Mr. Tnos fTflHE, present terra of the School in this had he not bolted. There was much talk of offering to match him against Fashion for a large sum. We here subjoin the result: it further Ordained, That if any per- in or perEor.s neplpct or refuse to comply ah tlit above Urdinane, wuhin twenty days from the passage thereof, such person r persons shall, on conviction tlieieit befora the Mayor, be 6utjc to a fine ci rot ifES than live nor more than twenty dorars. Ee it turther Ordained, That everv rerson orpereons appljing to the Clerk to have his. her. or their mark or brand recorded, shall pay. said Clerk one dollar for recording the Fame. Dr;W J Leake's account forj; attendance on pauper, laid over at the last meeting, was on motion of J M Allen, allowed for J50. The fellowinc Ordinance, repertecbv Dr. J W Larnett, was on morion adopted. Ee it Ordained by 'he Preident and fteleet- men, 1 nat trom and atter the paspnge ef this D. Weight. Roll on, thou mighty BallA place will, from this date, be suspend and continue to crush locofocoism'as you 'd un lVbe.SeC,M ? M nda ,n !P T' Ordinance, all taxable propert uhM be did in '40. and let no vesture of it hlilh. "CAM ' " at. ne ollowmg rate : r - - - - o as- Union Uoras. f"L. l. Thuradar. June 6. lfi-i.1 I we wirh vAu success. n vmi nri in lh ritrJit 1 lima, he ma lift for the best interest rf ihp 1.. -e .J... at. o ! I r. ... " r.i -lb:" . w Mn nnk . I . .--w-t j . . - " -T. vutuuiii wi lu-iiajr a pnjjsi. ur tvayner, 111 jocKey viun rurBe, $ i,wu iuu 10 go 10 secoua eause SChooll tor another year ucai iiuibc. ruui iiiuo ucii. his distressed state of mind, neglected to offer any reward for tho appiehensLon of this Farguson, but should he be apprehend. ed, we fell confident that a liberal reward will ba paid by Mr. Rayner. Slavonic Celebration. The Masonic Fraternity of this city cele brated, on Monday last, the Anniversary of 1at mile St. John the Baptist. The precession was UJ formed at the Lodge Rcom, at 11 o'clock, 4;h and proceeded from thence up Main street to the Presbyterian Church, where a most excellent addiess was delivered by the Hon 'I shall stand erect, with a spirit uncrm quered. whilst lite endnrea, ready to 3econd the exettionn of the people in the caue cf Liberty, the Union and Js'a'.innal Prctperily. The colors that flou at the mael head sheuld be the credentials of cur seamen." Ko portion of our population is mere loy al to the Union, than the hardy freemen cf the west; they chng to it a? their btot, then greatest, their lat support." The glorious banner of our country, with its unstained stare and stripe?, ri'l proudly float at its mast head with sterling heart and strong arms, we can surmount all our tifaculties. Let un rally around that banner, and firmly resolve to perpetuus cur liber ties." I have no fear for the safety of the Uni en: whilst cur liberties are rrerved. it ia a touh and strong cord, as aU w ill find. Mrhe shall presumptuously a'.tr.pt o break it." Our agricultural is omt greatpst interest; it ought ever to predominate, and all other. hotild bend ton." The measure of tho weahh cf a nation is Indicated by the measure of its protection ef its industry." 'Merchants, mechanics, traders, laborers, never cease to recoMectihat without freedom you can have no commerce, or bosinees, or that without laws, yen can have no security far permanent liberty. " This government is to lat, I trust, for ever; we may at least hope it wi'l endure until the wave of population, cultivation and intelligence, shall have washed the Reeky Mountains, and mingled with the Fa cifio." Nations, Uk men, fail in n 9 thin 2 which they baldly attempt, when sustained by vir tuotia purposes and firm resolution. 'Let us create a home market, to give further scope to the cousumpt:o3 m bs pro dues 01 American industry . ' present Quarter comcleted. h I Unnn n rpal stt n Tamf 5? 1.0 .nf. a t 1 1 t- ir . ... ' ..... I -r-" . wuia eninj: innuer.ee oeninu. rriena vvrigtil. All neressnrr nrranpements ,w L m dni every hundred dollars. L'pon an personal property a i-j cents on ere ry hur.dred dollars. flri.kn tVi sal.a nf nil nri' 11 mimwAma n J ... JLEIC ilYCr. I v, i nc iD4. ' r 1 ... Samuel Laird's (VVm. Gibbon's) ch. m. Fashion, by imp. Trustee out ol Bonnets 'Blue by Sir Charlea ? y. o. 123 lbe. Jo Laird.1 . - 10 2 Col. VVm. R. Johnson's gr. h. Blue Dick,-- . 1, - . rr.. t ' 1 lose mx or aeveu ncnti u tin nr iih iirpvimi. mnKi i -u. .. .1, .i r r.. . d i , n . lio ids. iraiir.i ui z , . . v0- f 6 ",,tri UIC olj ivAis c cusoi'sniBE upn an practising Auorncya at law a tax of fen r - k a 1 1 imihi'm. 1 n 1 1 m 11 1 1 1 1 h 1 i-k urn dpi n rr niinriU iaii-av- 1 11 - It is truly ditstreseine to read the accounts cf the destruction of life and property caused by the overflow in the Mississippi river.- The St. Louis DISSOLUTION. tides usual to Grocery and Produce stores, a tux of 30 centa on every hundred dollars sold. Upon alLDry goods a tax of 37 1-2 cents on eve ry hundrtd dollars sold. Upon all practising Physicians a tax of ten dob V.".' H. A. Conover'a gr. m. Young Dore, by imp. Trustee out of Dove by Duroc 5 Y. 0. 11 1 Its. 'Levi.-" die. 1 IME. ut neai. near, near. 4'-n neat 1 :59 1 :53 t:53 . 1 :56i 2:tCJ 2:021 1 :57 t :54 i 2:05 1 .56 1 :55 1:57 2:12 2:04 2:04 2:03 Gazettes wf the 18th, sajs: "The Alissifsippi HTMIE copartnership previously exislicg J lara iupu aixui kiiu i.iir uuinix iur prcviuus liipnt, rxou.re, crop. an0 s oca are oeing nouny destroy- j3 j,.:. dav desoMd u- miI.na, rnnnt dollars. eu- 1.ne PFr iu.esiss.ppi is sun ns:ng, and - c " , . - . , r . Unon all nistols and Bowivlmv,. , .,r .r U'omnii .v.rv Ihmir in It IUlil Li. CIlKUmilKK 1 4 rnsnrt fl tviltl inn . . . . 1 - 1-". 6..,.luuc. - - . . . o " v do ariearh. i i. . - ....... i .1 . in.i n i Ti a i nc rme ipnunroi me iam, savs: ur the r- sKuieiueuiui invir uusiness. -innr tinvinwi n .11 u .. ...t. j rivat of the Missouri niaiMast evening, we learn claims against said firm, are requested to of VP7r "X that the Missouri is aweeping every thing before . . . .11 : . . v.i f".ooui-. niuaco b u 01 1 on eacn wn ei. 7:4Ci 8:04i 7:53 8:23 07 Walter II ickev, Esq.; has with- n t n. Tk . Mi ffia ,Untc,A drawn from the edilorial'depattinent'of the feet above its present level. Q.D.Gieb... Theseveral officers elected on account of ill I ealth "Our ocean city ha suffered much fromthi for tho ensuing twelve months, were then icksburg Setlinel, on account ot HI health. inindatlont not nly from personaUosge but h it hnni. hlfnfi. F.ror ,hH !.. n.. k. r.. .r. ...ww..... .wn.nj nM V) HI t U I . H UU 1 v b vusje ivii hiiu iiv va unti ai it air 1 . . . . ble resistance. Crops and eiockhave been car- a" ,noso mUehtod arQ respectfully request- neu of!, and even human hie, ip many instances to call ana close their accounts. has been destroyed... ; "Lapt. Adams, the pilot of the Iatan, which just arrived pom tne Missouri, a s it is his. opinion . v. . u j . .. t. . .11.. . - . . 1 ' r 'uai me iivci nui uuuouuiruiy use iiirce or lour I J. U. EVANS, J. P. SHROPSHIRE. Ynzoo city. June 14, 1811. ; 51-ff b . . !:.. , 1 ! ., j inalaiU.fi in nffic hv Brolher T. P. SLADE. e nP 11 niay u Ppeeu..y B,,u ne way o. uaae. us in .1 . .1 ' e 1. : . i:r 1 . T. .T.,- lK h.occn moo lllUl lll5 irmaiuuii vi inw m. u.un, Ul UrlJIUIli OllCI nuiv.il, m umiiuoiuii " " o ' . -I . -.L . L A. re-formed by the Marshall of the day, and qml ana serene man tnc past. proceeded directly to the Lodeg. The Wilis Cause. The Whig cause in Mississippi is now in a settled and prosperous condition. Matters which the people have lately been told con Indiana I:as Spoken. 25,000 FREEMEN IS CONVENTION! 'Hurrah, huirah, the country's ariairg Fur IltKKY C lay and FaiLtsuHuatN." Tho Whigs of Indiana Vnel together in We cundenso this distrcssin? ele. aimnlv re- . t - . . . r t 1 f . e ' . 1 1 . f ' marKing mai 11 nan 01 u snail prove true; our fiitndsoh the Mississippi " may give upand not iry to preserve their ,crqps,-6. Such deatruction was And in all cases the Assessor cf Taxes shall require the assessment to be riven is 1 1 it-... O unaer oatn, ana an urdmancee or parts of Ordinances, resolutions, tVc. confiicting with the prvirions of this Ordinance shall be and are repealed. The committee appointed bv the Eoard to dentrey the Post Notes and Tickets ef tha f n an elM T iVmiles northeast of, LeCin2ton. ,:" .a ""r'7 " - - 11 , 1 1 1 . T " . . ..... j .11 iiiainu null! in I'bf g 1 t-l o rr . near AJagee'a -Mills, by a. white man Town Treasurer, the sum of 547 in Pn. STOP TUG THIEF. AS stolen from my resideucei about tid JOHN FARGUSON, on Saturday Notes and Tickets and burnsd ihm never known since the earliest settlement oi ahe ntgut last, a negro man named r Jcming, 01 tie to instructions; country I'icksburg Whig. . . . yellow complex ion,' 21 years o( "age, sunpos- Orv motion the r agreea- cern her piosperity and welfare, are being Convention on the Cattle Ground of Tippe- '3'w . , , . 1 cu iu ue an niiiiau, aunui if leei O inctltS t r . " f highj of midliug bulk; his hair is about half fiiraiff it. I'rv nr! tP nr a L a a n tg L o A V, Kill .: .cn- ----: 1" "" ....... .ug.u,iiaSi.i,rirui. ly, was dressed in a hair cap, bedtick pants ed by ilr. Benton.. 10 the Senate subsequent and had no coat on. The . i id parm,..n t . . . .... 7 . . also carried witn turn my two little 'duut'ht ers, one named filary, 11 years of are. the ubseqt a,,u "V ft . - J. rl: toMi reiectibn of th Texa. trial v. . " discussed with ccol and calm deliberation, canoe on tne xatn un., 10 rainy making . . -A '"':'-aViVt " ... . . . . . . ' I il.i! . f it.A tlnliln.A.u Prtntifiiilirn I ' - - ' ...U; .k I - K n l.inn.nh.til e 1 1 f I IIU 111 I ii H 11 UIIS . U I 1 ii w XJU 1 1 1 1 1 IU I VUll II IIHUHi .. . -i. . i . , , ... - I , wwjwu s.iu niiiv.il auvuia itcu mi ................ . . a n0V1(lP Tor lh -Jtnnertilmn nt .. Torni. I Ulllc T uailieu - llillZil US 1 11. if ' Vf a 1 .1 nno " I Sl I C. cn.J .7 . .. ,r . .. ... ....... r;th . -.nir, n.Yr.l, ,f PJ,.. Th - . " I . ' . . ' 6 I luuu"" OUPtflJS ililtU lip J Ii DCliWIl , HO cess 01 ine mugs ai tne next election. "-."i'"" - . ue it .enacted. irc.T hat-iho Pres dent of two -nurses, one grey.., and the other aa to nreveat the water runn nir down. ssirf report was receivpJ. Dr. J W Earnett introduced an Ordinanco to tax brokersand dealers in exchange, also an, Ordinance taxing Taverns and Public i oarding Houses, beth ol which, on motioa of W J Leak, were laid en the table iill next meeting. J M Allen presented a petition from Mr. George Hahn, pravin? to have Bayou and The lncofoeo. however, uould fain sow the Cincinnati Gazette,' says: the United States be and he is hereby author- sorrel with a'-white face, and a child's sad- streets from injuring his house situated on feel confi- "Looking upon the scene, , and rouseu oy ,,tcu .uu uyisea 10 open negotiations witn uie. mo saiu x arguson-is ot Irish and I ine corner or eaia etreei, wnicn, on motion, i u ii ui uuic mi ncAucjuiii me en ng. otion of Dr J W Earnett, Wm EPueh. ,as employed by the Board to give fin nis pinion, at tne next mestinr. J has does ho speak 01 the day.-'The ry, to ba on the deseii nraririe: west of the ,,ock at, cotton pants, straw bat; and in Wk l,ld in iwn. K scene upon the ground beggars description, NeuceB, and long the high lands and nioun- otr aspects as a -working .man. - , On motion of Mr. Allen, Mr R M Vinn and we shall make no attempt at it. The taiu heights which divide the waura of the AnJ person, meeting with the above, or was appointed Captain of the Town Watch r tnoers present were variously esiimatca, i,A,t;5"lPi1 u itn wi iub txio ueii 't'luvsitu iu secure hem tor ne-monin. Texas se.cda of discoid, but we dent, nothing can induce the Whig to loose airrht of their ancient lancf mark, but will proceed steadly on, with a jealoua eye to-. wards the common enemy, always keepingj in view tho welfare and prosperity cf the Constitution and Laws. The Whigs of this State are now perfectly united, and a salu tary lesson has been taught' them, that no cause, however weighty within iuelf, ought to iuduce them to paralize rAeir success to the advancement of the "party". We trust, therefore, that crcry caeywha loves hi3 country, will cheerfully unite in hurling from "high places'' an administration who crept into power by a providential, dispell salion, and keeping cut those cotrupt dema gogues, whose motto is 4'to tha victors be long the spoils." ' '9 .. i HfcMt- Clay and Theodorf. Freiim;- the glorious di3plav. ot the vyiti, inenu .uB,uj9.innvi..ine ccgjcu uescein, auoui su years ot very wa8,,u r vt a vt .ni,l n,.H ... r.n Ind.nnian oundaiie, and the ahnexatioa of the latter short of stature, sar about "5 fPri o0:noi.; I On rr. -orouder .still do we Elorv in the name of ! !i1f.:Ul,ued Suie on ihe !in b hick built, fair complexion, is quick -enoken! Ef?V M Wins.- ic "tu L.nj.riJ.....' when he left waadressed in an old Jeam. jA1"?JJ from twenty to thirty tkousand,- but the iNorle a,!d to ,a.mud .42 degrees north. , - ana communicate with me or with my agent: -a. Aiiopcuptui a cabs uy irgifiauTe aci,i ax. uarrci!, i azoo city, ftll. mnct'r.fpvalunl rkr-.i rurtri nnmnrr thnco vl i I . 1 - 1 , , , -. . . or by any authentic act which shows the wi whom we conversed, and who were situated of he roajoritv ,0 epxreiiS lheif asselU l0 fo as to have asurve) of the mttrhly multi- sa;d annexation. v . -. - J I . t aT T A d 4 i. tuue, was, tuai tuere were j3v v u on ine 3d. A tate, to be called the 'State of Tex ground. It was, as was well lemarked by as' with boundarres fixed by herself; "aud one cf the speakers, a vast sea of human an extent not exceeding that of tho largest beings, all animattd alike with an ardeijtpie in the Union, by virtus el this aci. on THOMAS C RAYiVFF? ' Hoi m e s" con n I y . J n n e, 4, 1 hli. 5J'tL " "-Tt It i ' practice in tne Uirctiit Courts of l .rt.ik. Attalla. H,.!r,.. ( u , --1 Ul n YH'i nttahrnpnt In ihe p nnniu nrnirin nj nl nur an equal luainic nn uic viumai uimrs. i ,i . til: :. , . . : 4th'. The remainder of the annexed lerrtto- '1''" ' -"ry ,v,on .and.HhrrCou,t vwi wiumiivu - it iulu ui l uvtawt m niuor of the Whig party and determined to "do y 10 be held and "disposed of by the United cI Lmo13 and "Ppeala.at Jackson Aduiess, or die" in theii support and triuruphant vin dication. . .It was-a' proud a -'glorious' day, and a sure precursor of tho signal'succ'css of' th tates as one of their territories, and to be called the "South Western Territory." 5th. The existence of slavery to be forever prohibited in the northern and. north ivvtdteru part ef paid territory eo as to divide equally Adduess, 11. a.U. PLUK1NS, Bente r, " ,. : - ..... ..... V W . . . i OR ULU. Li. WILKINSON, - lav.o Oily, Zliss. nss." Feb. 0, ISM, sum. . On motion cl'Dr Barnett, the Assessor and Collector was "authorized to proceed imme diately to collect the taxes assessed by him. The-following reeo! ii tie n was offered by Dr J V l arnett, and adopted. Resolved, That the As-essor and Collector of Taxes be auiherized to pledge the Taxes for one year c-n the lots in the corporation cf Yazoo City for which no ewners can be found provided 'he true name and owner ct earn lot in town be farr.ished in a rock to be kept for the future u?e cf the Eoard. Clark's account fcr work done on Street and the Lrjdg wa prsented and referred On l.iotion the meeting adjotrned. R.EATON KEYS, TaEs'T. Js, F. WlLttA.MSi'Crk.