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, Concluded froi jrst
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naveneov loruieir opinions: it has been
only the new men, unknown by their arts,
u amirs seen subjected to political cite
chwm. . Thirty years, almost, I have been
in the Senate; and during that time have al
ways been a voter, and often a speaker on
mis subject of slaverv: and commented with
U in my own State. I was politically born
y agnation out 01 the Mis
souri restriction controversy and have act
ed an open part on it from the time it be
gan to the present day. My writings had
uujs uuuence on ineiormation of the con-
Btiti? u0B in lhiB St8te Tlu,y were Pre"y
WJ known tlten, though forgotten now.
They Contributed to keen nfTreatrief.hn
and to insert the clause in the constitution
xor itie sanction of slavery. I urged the
putting it in the constitution, for the express
purpose of giving security to property, and
preventing agitation I wanted peace from
the question at Lome, ard fntiti-ikiitot to
. .. . ' v
provwe ror it, by contributing to put that
clause i in the constitution: and now it is
narawat we should have an agitation im
p6rted,7or transported upon s, to harrass
taa -1 . a
M" avery4wnen we have taken such
care to Ifep'out agitation. My vota in
ungrpis nave Deen consistent with my con- nobler example to
prehensible cause of quarrel. They see slavery
and disunion coupled in one eternal wrangle.
They tee hi almost in a state of disorganization
legislation paralyzed distant territories left
without government insult, violent, autmm
on the floors of Congress disunion threatened.
Their hearts are chilled at this sad spectacle;
weir enemies reioice al it . and bv everv mail ahm
that leaves our shores the reDresentativea of the
crowned heads of Eurone send forth the reenH of
our aeoate. to encourage the enemies, and to
confound he friends of freedom. Franceall
parts or Italy even the nanal state.- all narta
of Germany even the old and o-lnnmv em mire
i aunria, an, an are struggling for liberty, and
turning anxious looks to us for aid and
not by arms, lor that they know to be impossible,
uui jur me moral aid ol a rrani. annn Thau
look in vain. Our example is against them and
" uie present struggle lor liberty shall again
miscarry in Europe, we may take to ourselves a
large share of the blame. Once called the mod
el republic by our friends, we are now so called
uerwon oy our loes: and the s averv d .
sions and dissensions quoted as the proofs ol the
of Louisiana, as follows :
Section, 1. For the purposes of payingcity of
ficers, city debts, and making necessarv street im
provements, a tax of one half of one per .centum
upon all Dropertv in this citv. made taxah1a. hv
law for State purposes, and a noli tax of fifty
cents upon all free white male inhabitants over
1 I P. f
.nsuij-vfte aim uuuir uny-nve years ol age,
shall be levied and collected for the present vear.
oascu june win, kotv.
W. K. KENENDY Mayor.
Attest, H. J. Fihdlt, CPk. C. C.
NEW STORE v:
' .- ' AND ,
CITY ORDINANCE-NO. 6.
An Ordinance appropriating Money.
Be it ordained bv the Citv Council of the oUv
of Louisiana, as follows .
Sec 1. That there be appropriated and naid
out of any money in the city treasury, not other
wise appropriated, the following sums, for the
use and benefit of the persons hereinafter named,
To VV. O. Parks, expenses for lime, &c, $10 40
iockj.u a. t . Murray, for printing
vny vnaner, rz IXJ
BW. DUDLEY has opened at Louisiana,
(in the room lately occuoied bv C Jack-
or. 4, . 5. f ; . m
FANCY AND STAPLE i!
W. K. KENNEDY CO..U
A In receipt of a well selected stock
XX r WATCHES, JEWELRY' CUTLE
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, 1 QUEENS- PERFUMERY, C0NFECTI0NARIE3
nAttr., s uu jxlki. wmcn iney invite tne attention of the
Intending to make a nermanent Wntmn .t Ladies and Gentlemen f thi ffifv
Louisiana, I am determined to sell mv iood.. of Consisting, in part, of the following .uriele.,!
every description, at a very small advance ou Full jewelesJGold and Silver anchor lever
natcbes. . , . '-..'-". ,- -, '
Tassed June b'th, 1849.
. W. K. KENNEDY, Mayor.
Attest, H. J. Fwblv, Clerjc C C.
of Louisiana will
mpwiicawe Jormot government which we To William O. Blackamore. for serving
1 nave aaomed. I mnnnt nm in ..). I j . ... ... o
sions, nor do any thins to dcnre5s the cause of To V. llr.L. e. t.. r
struggline freedom throuehout Eurone. Nnr To r:m W rvj-. . ' ..: : .
can I disparage the work, or abuse the gift of our of Health,
ancestors. Never has there
i l 1 r . . --rr ..,... ...... . v ii.ugicngi. ua. QO.
,a body or men who left a richer inheritance, or a To H. J. Findly, do. as clerk.
wy, men irtiBicniv. Trisaom.
nil aoita.Iinadpctv. Hon.tm i
. ' r i vi.vviiuui, mi unriiiicei aicniiv.
Hon seeuritv to nrnnnrv 11,4 t....:i:i.L.J...i: j , .. . '
to th nenni. il . v ""J"'jr a uU prrvaaea an uieir works, and
to tne people. ! thirty years I have not characterized all their condnrt Ti.-
Fhivvo T h" te' ""P'd of- ducted, revolution with the order of InM
1 nave voted thirtv vears. avoid nir all ...lest.Klho,! . . ... , "
tr.ffle.,: .4giving-.atisf.ction. H neS ' COURT OF APPEALS.
E5C generation that has they "administered it in tlTeir d 43?
? onnng that time, ought to con- oerance and ii1
..d.r Uu.,.o far a. to Jet it stand ..Jhe admiration, ao'd the envv Lt'y''hmrUi&
eviaence ot my opinions. But, it will not freedom throughout 77 lWB1 PPa' "n the assessment for the
do. Finding nothing; in the past to cJn- wTthSroostK f VS. " j-A"d 1?49s when "nd where ! '"""fr
demn, some ?eopla must eo into fuuritv Jon tl u X. 7- u I -!"01"1 gCDera- them,e,' 8g'ved, may attend Tf U.ey thinS
if .n, thinca be t3. ft-' 5 Sl! "itoB The AsseW.'book fad W
even into mv bosom, to .M if . 711 ' 7. .i:": T 8rew. example- "on o ;ne Me ot tne City .Council.
hid there, whirh ... j 7i , we.giii.oi me republic against CJ oi inevouncii,
Rood: lhU.hrita.-.S3": 0I."PU? S-- ihdr d..dly
. " . j -r au "kb a vannoi ao K. TailGTlit to admire
Urst, they may see them in mv otihli .. the rAnU. r ' ? aam,re
W!?" : do of T.s youth, I mrZiSZZ
their work then, I worshin it now.-
jtor Tor thirtv vears. I lonn J....J. l.
i - -... uEiiaut .lie
senate by enpa ' inir in aUv r.A a;...;
j . - r " J "im u3mruu
n nkiiuiA.. on t r .
, vu.o.u,,,, out-nee such riehat
r . . " uw ui auuiinisierea ii in iiieir iav with t.n. a ,..,,!,,,
! " dUring lhtt tlme "'K"1 to con- perance and judgment. Thev left ... the Lu ". at.the. office oh Wednesday,
Horizontal and auarlier ditin.
Ladies' fine set and mourning Breast-Pins,' "
BraceleU and Cktps, miniature Lockets,
e.,et' en8rJ facet, conelian and plait
; Rmgsi" ' ii! ' -
Plain and set Ear Rings, '
Hair Pins, Guards, Slides and silver Thimbles,
Shell & silver Combs, & gold Pencils, , .
five . ; ;""" M J,TU' 1 werence iliem now: taushl
sjvbj years aeo. in whmh I nrnn..j i- i ... 5
the western extenaion f .ir ; . " 1 L" ! ,""r.V"en' 1 worfl,,P
CITY ORDINANCE NO. 4
Concerainc Sidewalks, asid for Hie re.
ansTsd of obstructionsf rosn the sasne.
Be itordaineil hv n.. r-:i . ? , . ..
exico or of jT. . 7,J, T uuc city
l 1 .
west longitude-next in my votes upon th
Oregon bill, in which r j .t.r
!et2rtnfhslaverj,lhVVr8nd "8ain in y
leUer to the people of Oregon, in which I
Ti" "7:i w 06 1,0 Propagandist of
onrT 'j i " r," no ''"wyinMis
onri to-day, I should oppose incoming in.
tT there was none in the United Statfs, I
Should OPQOSe ita enmin i.u .u. tr ! i
States: as tl
viuiarnia m i ... .
",:- UecIaraUon which coita me ,TU 6ven to nun, to serve
... - , " "c ngut. ao rtu wiuiinuie limits or Uie citv anv imJ
A-m .u- . . . -7 " ce oi me w , ""nro wiuua Jiour after
ff h len,e,,th P to grant it H nol,ce; e constable shall causethe same to
2yJS.il". " f!7. ?,M'e- The3e8.re
h. ' "Tl a' .u,r rMuce differenceLC.,.;;" f "ge? "d
mr. vainoun and myself
iur mis, tne Union is to h. ...k....
UIl I - tn.t.-L r . ....V " """""tu
,,IT,1CSX pollUoal metanbvaiea f or cau.. rh. , Zu Tl": r
ar oetter stick to the inniut-ki ' ' i;mm. iT w w raoa wmioutthe city
mending the coMfftotir.r cc?un "f the cost
To finish thi. n,vT-.T- . . tfcMsV: .A.' "e name of.
to sav th. r V " 'AFa,,on, i nave " . l0e city, lor all damage and cost
w say that my profession and rnnA.. of -removme such ohstrtinn. .' !?
eot as other debta A tl,.
for breach of ordinance.
. it snail be the f?nr r tt,. .:i .
. - j ; wij cumia
H. J. findly. rric.r. r
Louisiana, June 6, 1849.
ATTORNEY JIT IJIW1 ni;.r:-. sr-
n . ' O "J
prayer ; and if that cannot be done I .;r ' L ?.u,.ary.ttn.d tn Circuit Courts of Pike
myself. ' r""v'"". Lincoln, Warrenand Moi,l
ATTORNEi' ATLAW.R. ! ,,:.,,. iu
Will promntlv attend to all hilaine. entrust mA
- - ....
w nis care.
E. G. McQUIE,
Ffc H'P'y Good, Groceries, READY
9 MADE CLOTHINQ. Produce &c
their cost, for Cash or the Produce of the sur
rounding country, and most resnectfullv anKmt
all persons (particularly the. ladies) to call and
examine the ouality sod prices of my Goods be-.
ore maungmeir purchases, as I shall al all time.
take pleasure in showing them. B. W. D.
May nth, IS43.-tf.
rTHE undersigned would respectfully inform nts fine set Breast Pins,
mi DUDIIC thai It U U 1 a V A Tl'NTI - .u ruiu OIUOS.
tjiAYiu bl UVli can always be found at No.
19 Matn Street, St, Louis.
Ihis Move has become the most popular stove
n ii. . f.Am fit .X.-. : l v .. I
w, ,,vu, uv yincvi aimpiicnv or ua eon.
struction, and the certainty with which it per
forms all its cookinr ODerations consuming ..
it does, less than half a cord of wood ner mnnth.
J L.1.2 !.t . . . . C"
- uaamg who as mucn certainly and uniformi
ty as a Bakrr'g Oven. This, together with the
fact that there is no division of the flues, thereby
"B ursugiii, manes u me mort eco
nomical end convenient Cooking Stove now in
Fine gold Pens & holders, ' "
Heavy silver Pefteils & leads, ! ;
oger'a Razors & Congress Knives,
Wastenholm's extra do.; - do.
Watch chains and gold & silver keys,
Violin strings and Musical Boxes,
Specfkles, assorted, and cases,' ;T .
Razor strops and shaving compound,
Fancy Cologn, Rose Ji bears Oi
Ox marrow, Pomade & macasser L .
Plates, Novels & Indellible Ink, .
Candies, assdrted, and fine Cigars,' '
-Nuts, Resins, Fruits, &c.
Alnn nn hn BOflT'S frf TDD 1 Trn nnr I fijyTaere ia aim a SnflA mitWT :
" - vuuuunn t jiu rn ji...7 . . , v.. a iij con
Mi UM COOKINR STfiVFS ...sii. neotion with the esUbliahment that 1 j
. V 7. 7' ' f. L """ in .u . -.wuuu
c.ciy ariy oi ooaing and Parlor Stoves I """"g ,,JC "arm. season.
i in-ware. Kitchen, Hardware, &c.lic, all of
which will be sold at very low prices, either at
wr.uicsaie or retail.
KM- Country Merchants would do well in ell
and examine our stock, as we are satisfied with
smau pront. A. & L. NEWBERRY.
St. Louis, Mo., May 7th, '49.-8m.
Apr,79tl,,I849.tf. ' -
THAN v V f
NEW ARRITAI OF
SPRING 4 SUMMER CLOTHIM,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, &C,
JITTORAEr JIT LAH
A TTENDS regularly the courts of
Xm. Incoln and St. Charlea count iea
yr Addreu Prairieville, Tike
November 8th 1847.
between MP. Caln;; if "w JZZTl iTlUrmV.
f . . uu uiTieu in m dii. UL.i .i . . -wivii uc auciii . j t i
"T.: ".'"'"ot.'n the opinion of llieconstahle AT LAW, Bowlin Green M
aine. nav Ike Mtlnrun...:.. .t. ... :. . Wi nrn.nl . .it j.. . . o
rteo! .thrfi My DUn""at m.y
aie. t or ea...- .hi ..-.I.TT. .""". "".?nwl "move
J. B.- IIendcrson,
Krttm.t 4n.lATTnaiUPV n ..
a. a X.AtV, ULAKaSVILLC. Mo
For the approaching Spring, I am msan-
THE subscriber hi. iust returned from fclSSf "8f "." iJrdM as
Louis with a lanreL well UU .tt, H eDS 01 .
READY-MADE CLOTHING, comprisingall R E A D Y-JI A D E
articles of eentlemen'a eln?i.4 . ...:l tr: '
thegravest farmer and eavestvonth. He Jf J IjII I II T l sfl I
nenas also a good supply of ' " iVk 1, V-
and-- bi' HSK
SON f fT?E APPROACHING SEA-
UieeirVw. rp,Jine -"fT
TR TarMENDOl'S AMOCKT 69
That I am doincr. ml ..
. . t n.uuj upon (IIS
cash principal, enable, me to manufacture
Gooda mt far less prices than any other con
corn; and I am determined to
SELL THEM AT A SMlt I DDnriT i ,
I N vfew of the Inconvenience, to whih i J?" V.t0 m".e ,t .n 6,jt for every Coun-
1 1 dividuals and the publio eener.liv h.. K-..I "7 ""'Cnaat to invest his cash capital i
nd dealer, generally.
et prices. j0S. RICHARDSON.
Louisiana, April 30th, 1849.
county, MaLouisiana Livery Stable.
- " '-wsawsaaaassmp-
f un luuaie uu UiB DUOllfl ffADfiri
rbTen th " w-t of ?' PAY him . bette'r oV:
ifle, May 3d. 1847V ZJ?ZJZ.3 ha. qcker .ales, and LEAVE
entr.,ty, .nd to ave them from .
laliN I ' . . iiiot BUAl I lias m
ve had i .!.- : rr " us"oa. or "'"may here.
-u 8 n mem I have .1....
N. P. Minor.
Office in theCourt House.
, - w-'"vsswcj ClesVI ft w
been encouraged to establish in Louisiana, at S r.eninan,B to loose on.
lly Stock this'
nense outlav of -v i ' . Snrino- has keen . r...... .. . lR.
i s..M- if... " .. ."".r. " "ta",rft a , o ..u.aviurea entirely dif.
v T w,u,u mem. hie t tat. , . r- v. --"ia-i ..v.j uwum, wen supplied with norses Rn.l'ereni irom env nrevinn. it. " ,
bought some, but only on their owLt ,i!.e.-1. cutodrny horse or nor.e. or ATTORNEY AT LAW. Hou,,w ':.... Jfc. .ud. Hacks. He Salter, himself voted mv hZ K!!1 ..! bT? df"
w . m rM ft . . . - - vtuei uiuiuu or animal, r I. nft 1.11 - . I nff . . ' -....-.....111.
h. h i. I .J L 1 1 ... " ftuuuui
.COnducL I h. h. T.""v,,v- "Mrr-V."P?wiOr thatmaT hereafter
. . - twu uKen irnm mat ranniifiM nriihiaa. ira .
DJ Me boUUonists. .n . :Z".7r, "7 L T-.I .Cr.' .I'T" ' ne city, .ml re-
WILLIAM S. M00RE,
",eLv b7 "P- ld Wh e tilne and "Mention to it, as
rubbed, hors-Uy brother, Charles G. Martin, attend. t
td both to the the St. Loui. e.tabli.hme-t iV-"f ', !
SITS ?? n".e'. "I'ed m?.T? Hf "5- to some fefaItSiT
KeatBckv -"".V , " nMr ,n fiti.I?.V ir e ttecoraerTorhe n.eof the city, - OlUyS,
1, CV wbo elevated to the dioni. Lor 018 offence not to exceed fiftv cem. . Premium.. Pn.u, -.. ?
A U6 and fifty ce
xt fall to th.low "'"V: 'r"c"na of such horse', or h,
Mt,U Spite of the ";,"'"eJ.,n- -bfU ground Ued or
. . . 3- - - ua namiupirtj i. ii
i . . ... ..'i .
Premium, Paror Mftng oe,
ur Lt KINDS,
i . 7 . -r " mj tne aigni- v ecceu"iy cents.
.5, !MJ.e,tt. by being moved from Mil !b.equent offence not to
- irrim ia . . riAi a .a Kn . ""vi . siiniwi
s. ii the owner or owners JVYiTT'S IMPROVED CARY PLOL'RH
i'IV01' nima,i r,n' Hollow-Ware
or left by he or they, on an, WHOLESALE AJV&nETJm
vna . - M-wiHwaiiiBiuewHiir rtoinH
V i . ?w 'emoyatliem back t Ti...; U": 7 """"""ea, aoe. not, within
iAnaibave laves i an WwhinYton Cit. ihe7ffl7.Vf . ?" and CMt thereon,
satisfy Hie a.
"b'.. wu ubbs uif iaar I. . ft il!. maun or Tin. ar.,4 .11 . .1
w lusiii in is 1 -.ii su coim inerenn ami .1.-
Kir. in Mil. "
( .liarArrf and Chttnvi Sis., )
ing consiany on hand, and well
ea nf all r.t.. nj .
saddle andTtarness, that he w uTe: T 1 !:..Ma e,,b
erous.upponiromcommun ty. Businessaen .re.T- y ,, !" ,'e" leiected with
and pleasuring men. a. well Z ,! " f?f .ea,.e d '"b and btaiitifuL All
community, can at any time be sunnlierf .ii? "PM f call, when I asa
single horses, buggies, or hacks, by calling al Za l4Bl J0U c,nnot fi b"g pleas-
my Stables between Georgia and LXcTr"edl.,ny '
lina streets. 6 un wo- gniJEg, PATTERSgAIIDPIUCEt.
It is also his desiirn to vnn . L1. Merchants ivlm .... i-n . i ..
neighborhood meetings, to which r,. a"! w Ffind. hv Mv:..si. 1 r V'1'101"'
passengers caQbe obtained- Hi. Z;'. .Ill the. e.n ki-Vi... .r 8 m' "oclr "'tt
be as low as the lowes. r "
rivvsriT euosr than: a. I.... - . . game av.. i.. ..-:.
I have made n7f' : . ""i"' A ekv .ni Ti. y ireMur' "r the use of the
and Ha - Ftii m congress, . " " "upui snouw there be anv. I
naao not mean to mate !.. r J ' to the former owner . .io;m.-r.i.- ""T,l
-if tfiti...4.i.r: rom- p
turb alnirla inrfiuiT...! v . . S.1.0 r overseer to remove oh.ii:
Ii. '"7T" "J aning mm be- wno .hall reee ve for hia law
same rates I
I 1 "crvices renoered hv h
l.t. 6 4. The .u-u 7"
n . uv . . v.j, BUBU receive lor hi. .r
v Kciier.i iiii.a.i.i -"w ftNuvii jiuumt if ti.n xi - ... i
" . w. ftr cote ror line I -
j. 7. . ?,,en Ieds to hastv and Imnrnu!
. sent leeulation. . r ,
th?'.?" lr5t"ctio" of Uu.ordinai.ee shall
t be so construed a. "
i ?t ' T' T """X'MI ; ana Clnnnl .. . l.ii A. . .
UUUUIIlfln fftBTMMh - - . a r
--t yuon. I have seen no dantrer to V u """"'"ea " to intefere witl
,fAprop.rt,of.ny.ute?a thK bui,.din? ""terial. on the
ftejMjtwn of eonere.; : and r"!D "de.w-,k P"vidthrt said buildin.
intefere with persons
s on me streets or I
s lure a atlll fc;K.. I i " !... are in use. and on ih. .5
fla theadiM.iC , WT a ,eM-g' .WS P"eJ nd " b"iWing nterial.
. tiWof that form oreVnnl ,S. remaln 'n treet '"ger than i. ab.t
.JF!spletta, .uch buildt
: AH the Ais .i..tr7 ptrf wona- "W. " ""I
of the -"Mnspite
laiatmn K. . ' "ogue, manners, wise
aliii i.aftj.-Zr r 'ny now
rw"l-"rft,oahe i. fa, aearA . ill
l7e tt favor of he, efforts wl,.':"0
? wraiijrlm and 1.' tbey
Wfl, WV iBtend?d for M"mction of.
. 6. All ordinance, heretofore na... ! . "
se eonnjctins? with thi.. .r.
ft M. . ' 1 nwu, rBnpaiM .
V . Ihis ordinanoa k. :, r " . .
f,n. j rr: iuu m ecect
- wm puoiicauon.
ait ' r KENNEDY, Mayor.
Attest, rH. J. Filv, Clerk C C.
a UKIllNANriT e
wneeorrrngtaerafe of taxation for the
-f si SB
r r e
U-CHEAP CASH BOOK STORE Ji
WHOLESALE and Retail Bookseller nd
Stationer. Nn 1M r.: o. .
t . , - --" oireeu Mini
io.,aeeps on hand a splendid assortment
cnooi.ww.fl edicaland Miscellaneoua Boot..
nulla iir p . .
c7 , ;. BteeI " end
Slates, Writing and Wrapping
Papers: Blank 1W
in great varietv. tmreth.v ;h - '
ole. in ni. lin.'f C?.: "'' "'7 er Sfl
Books touna in the best manner.
Call and eamineNo. 124, Main Street,
S3" He also
for ssle . ff00d .nVn ViSirl in5
CLYES, warranted genuine. AUofwbieh
III DA AAlf evia. 1L- T ,
-w a iiui Eii an .niav
23- Please caU and
(Main Sir. ," ?".. . .
O Z)rv Gamin. ... r.. '
Points. Vila. rAtl3:
Of Intcfrest to Tskaeea Pinn.u .
f lHE undersieoed wish ta nui-nh... .
X- Uty of TOBACCO, for which they will
W e fair prioe in eah.-Tho.e wi.hipg JTe
I . - "-""""genuine.
I Will ha anl1 . ,
wu as tne sjOwkst.
examine goods and
v rested, thi
tlie countv court
n th. P V J cneaP" thn n be bought
expenea of going, coming, transportation.
My stock this season i. -ni i.. ...
mendonsly Urge, and I am de4ermined te
close t off with the season.
All bills warranted to he nae . . .
fecT.,"' g00ds gneranteed to be per-
I TH ClT. T18
118 Main street,
, SAINT LOUIS. MISSOURI. '
A!!rge No" 118 on t0P th house.
AU Orders packed at iA fo, Cofh
' thiffi , lnP,!!l tUP"0M inte-i
i, tnatut the next Novem..
in thi. market, .ill i SuLTP. H!e W. urt of Kka conntv. MT t U vi
'cive ua .Mii .... j..-. - . m iy ror a nnai setllemant f ii,-
A tKiS V
the county .a.tof HK3f ffiK
very neat and comftu-tabi. i7. "
person of awnallf. r""!
fa j , - ""inn wen ol wa
er. ana also fnn mA i... . ... t.
k ftt- ft-l-i . ..
ul" VHJ tOUncil Of h ri(v
or parnaulara .ni- . u! .
""WKfcCO. I June Uth, 1849.. . AaB
on tlie !... 1 r amqaraigned