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Antonio Ivu s. lo anfa Ana. Jscxl to liolivar, then- Is no one, anions the dUtin piiUhcd men of the Sj:inis!i American republics, vlioc life has bron finali.nl hy so many extraordi nary vicissitude: of j(ck1 nnd evil furtum, or who has attained so wide i-preud a reputation, tis Antonio ,o ez de Santa Ana. Santa Ana is a native of the d"pnrtment of Vera Cruz. Here, without enjoying uny adventitious ad vantages of birth or family, hu was enabled by Iii talents and activity, to secure great local inlluence, and then to rise radii ally to wealth and power. He bejjan to be conspicuous in l'Jl, us a p trtizan 6X Iturbide. On the promulga'iou by the latter of the plan of Ijruala, (February ill, l3"Jl,) Santa Ana, it the head of the irregular forces of the neighbor hood, succeeded, by .n cmp de rniiin, in driving the Spaniards out of Vera Cruz, of which he wps np pointetl governor by Iturbide. The Spaniards, how ever, still held the castles f Son Juan de Ulna, from which they were not for a long time dislodged; and, of course, Santa Ana's position was one of great im portance. Meanwhile, ditrereuces arose between San ta Ana and the Emperor Auustin, who had come down to Jalapa to direct the ((iterations against the Spaniards. Santa Ana repaired to Jalapa to confer with Iturbide; and, being treated harshly and depriv ed of his command, immediately left Jalapa, hurried back to Vera Cruz, in anticipation of the intelligence of his disgrace, ami raised the standard of revolt, ami, by means of his personal authority with the troops of the garrison, was able to commence hostilities against the Emjcror. Thereupon, (iiKitluliipe Victorio, whose name was endeared to the .Mexicans by Iiis previous unsuccessful efforts in the revolution, und who was üving concealed in the mountains, emerged from his hiding-place, called around his old republican com panions in arms, expelled Iturbide, nnd established the .Mexican republic with a federal constitution, in imitation ot the lnitcd States. Santa Ana, who, by taking up arms, I mil contribut ed so largel) to this result, and thinking himself not duly considered in the i?ev arrangements, sailed from Vera Cruz with a Huall force, (March lX.'Ii,) and, landing at Tampico, advanced through the country to San Luis PotoM, assuming to be ,.ew protector of the new republic. IJut he did not possess i'llluejiee enough to maintain himself in this attitude, and was compelled to Mihtnit to the government, and to re main for several vears in retirement at .Manga do Clavo. The termin ition of Victorious presidency, however, in lS, enabled Santa Ana to re-appear on the stage, l'cdraza had hecii regularly elected President: on hearing of wfiieh, Santa Ana ro-e in arms, and, by a rapid march, seized upon, und intrenched himself in die cmiil" oi l truir, wneri; iit puuiinni ii man, ine J " "': ,M"""" ' jwc..., basis of winch was to annul the election ot IVdraza, r',,,w'; Jlj('.v did save the cannon, and my whole and confer the presidenev on Guerrero; but, being I nrmy ,rom a shameful defeat, and my brave wounded '.successfully attacked hen;" by tlie government forces", frurn barbarous massacre. For this severe wound, he was compelled to tlee, and took refuge in the i (JrM- Armstrong claims a pension I might have said mountains of Oajaca, to all appearance an outlaw glrious wound. Tan there he an American bosom and a ruined mtn. The signal of revolution, howev- th:lt wil1 Ilot resjxmd, 'Yield it to Jiim, to the full cr, which he had given at Perot e, was bM'owed up amount f a Captain'sjny. as an honorable testimo With more success in other parts of the country. Pe- j mul to tMO bravery if the General, and bis valuable services io ins country : "Given at the Hermitage, Tennessee, this 10th ! A N 1)11 i;V JACKSON ." years in nearU all the military and politieul move ments of his country, and having himself originated or conducted as many revolutions, in the cour?e on which he was alternately, or many times, either at the head of ullairs, or in the depths of. misfortune, Santa Ami has been compelled to yield to the common fate of eminence . in Mexicothat is, exile or the scalVold. The great abilities which he undoubtedly possesses, seem to have answered little purpose in the domestic aflairs of his country, but to enable him .1 i . . . I . . io ne loremosi among lus countrymen in wie promo tion of those civil wurs by which they have never ceased to be distracted, und to accumulate, amid the public disasters, .i colossal fortune, inferior in amount (it is understood) to but vcrv lew on this continent; and he is still at an nge to enable him, in some con tingency, once more to exercise controlling inlluence over the destinies of the Mexican republic. K. S. (.ciicral Jackson. The Union says: The following is, perhaps, the j last written statement mde bv thedeparted patriot! Jackson. We have seen the original in the hands of a friend of General Armstrong, on which is based on application for a pension; and, with leave of that friend, present it to our readers. It is in Gcntral Jackson's own hand-writing, produced -only twenty three days before his death. In it, there is nothing tremulous; but it rarries the same boldness of hand as though it had been written ten years ago.. Gen. Armtrong is now our Consul at Liverpool, whither he has gone. The appointment reflects much credit on the discernment and good judgment of President Polk ; for a more gallant and meritorious person could not have been selected. We understand he bus taken with him that trusty ami experienced sword which was the companion of the hero of New Orleans throughout the last war: ' 1 have can fully examined the within declaration of General Hubert Armstrong for a pension, and do hereby certify that it is true in all its parts; und I do further certify, that in the battle of the -lit l of January, l1! I, called und known by the name of Fnotochopoo, the shaineful flight of my rear guard produced panic and confusion in my winde army, that it was the unflinching bravery of then Lieutenant Armstrong, acting as ( 'aptaiu of the volunteer artillery guards, thai saved m whole army from a total and shameful defeat, and all my wounded from horrid massacre. Tili litt! Spartan hand, of alnut twenty-five in numlier, ml and bravely faced upwards of live hun dred of the bravest ('reek worriers, checked them in their desperate on? et, and at cue the-of this ravage host, I saw revert ot this little heroic band tall amongst them was Lieut. Arni'tron, commanding as Captain, severely wounded. He fell by the ide of the cannon, exclaiming to his men this heroic expression : 'Some id yiu inn hrare felliars must lcrish: hnt save the I hey did DEMOCRATIC JMIIATi:S. Marion County. 7V R'prcscntatucs, ; JSr, For County Auditor, NATHANIEL ÜüLTüN. 1W Assessor, AIIIUA WKLIÄ ' County Commissioner, JUHN McFALL. OrThc following isalist of Pemoilic candidates for l'cpresentativcs irt the several counties mentioned : s rix 1 1 1, iotici:s. Counties. (Minion, Fountain, (tihson, Orange, Lawrence, Dubois, Montgomery, Allen, (ireeii, Miami und Wabash, Posey, ClarKe, Pike, Harrison, i'ranklin, Washington, Scott, Kl kit art, Carroll, Johnson, Morgan, Porler und Lake, Putnam, Cass, Switzerland, Jackson, Jennings, llartholomc v, Dlarkford, Wells and Huntington, Candidates. Wilson S5eawright. C John Itowm.in, Hugh IL Scott. Smith Miller. Joel Vantlcvt-er. ( (Jro. W. Carr, DmvhI S. Lewis. John Donnell, .Sniutiel IIerron Henry T. Snodc, John Nelson. F P. K.oolnll. Dr. Skinner. Itciijamin llenton. James C. KnJcioit. f John Sfc'imonson, (leorgc 'Green. Kotiert Lognu. ( F. JdcKea, I Win. Suffer. L. 1). Lrookhnnk, nencer Wiley. I W illiani Minnks, Henry C. Monroe, Samui-I Davis. Snnuirl T. Cljiner. Henry P. Ttdford. Dr. Webb. A. M. Dehtvnn. : Alexander, .MeDonnnld. C James II. Fanner, ( Henry Secrist. Cyrus 'Paber, lUivvtir! IJiir.c. H. P. M oof iey. Dr. Hill. Lphraini Arnold. David It. Turner. draza was at length driven into exile, Guerrero was declared President in his tdace. and Santa Ana was appointed to the command of the very army sent i (la) May, llo. against him, and to the government of Vera Cruz ; I and, after the inauguration of d'uerrcro, (April 1)) I nth i; esti ; Incidkxt. Kvery thing that relates he became Secretary ef War. I V) Aedrew Jackson, the Hero of New Orleans, During the occurrence of the-v events, the Spanish nn tnc iqim of his country, is of deep interest to covernmcnt was orffanizin its la-t invasion of Älex- ! tht A'rican people. And although the incident we ico; and on Uarradas the commander of the Spanish ! orc about tu rcI;ilt i itself, of no grea forces, landing at Tampico, July 7, 1J!, Santa ; u oecomes so to us in consequence ot Uio-e We shall continue this li?t as soon as we obtain the necessary information to enable us to do so. Clf'TiiC lollowing is a lust of Democratic randi dates to fill vacancies in the Stute Senate, so lur as we have heard. Districts. Candidal-.. Wurrick, Sieni r and IVrrv, . Mason J. Howell Llkhart, Kosciusko and Whitley, Abraham Ctippy Harris n, Scott and Jackson, Hartholomew and Jennings. Johnson, Delaware and Grant, Putnam, .Monroe aud Brown, . . ! IS'athamel Alherlson. Illisha ii. Lnglish. Hetnan II. Harhour. Pranklin Hardin. Af'drew J. Harlan. John II. Roberts. William Herr . f':mliU;ttcs lor ConU'icss. Ana was intrusted with the command of the Mexican troops, and at length compelled the Spaniards to cap itulate, September 11, 1'JU, and thus put an end to the war of Independence. Guerrero had been in otfice but a few months, when rtcUher revolution occurred. The Vice President, (Bustamente) gathered a Krce at Jalapa, and ro nounctd against Guerrero, December, 1-Vlt), who was at length taken prisoner, and executed for treason ; Uustajnente. assuming the presidency. Santv;Ana, after feebly rcsjstii g, had at length joined, cr at !caM acquiesced in, the movement of Uustamente ; and remained in retirement lor two or ihree years, until in l'd'i he of a -udden ironnun'- d ngainst the government, compelled Uustamente to tlee, and brought back Pedraza from exile to serve out the great interest, connected with it. At the Nashville Convention of August last, we visited the Hermitage (only twelve miles distant) in company with Judge Douglass of this State, and some other of our fellow citizens. Tbc Hermitage was crowded with people from almo:t every State, who had b en invited thither by the venerable patriot on the day succeeding the Convention. Gov. Clay, of Alabama, was near General Jackson, who was himself sitting on the sofa in the hall of his residence; and as each person entered, (luv. Clay in troduced him to the Hero, and he passed along. When Judge Douglass was thus introduced. General Jackson raided his still brilliant eyes, and gazed for a moment in the countenance of the Judge, still retain ing his hind : Are you the Mr. Douiihenf Illinois, District. First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, :ixth, venth, Lighth, Ninth, Ten ill, Democratic. Robert Dale Owen. Thomas J. Henley. Thomas Smith. William W. Wick. John W. Davis. Joseph A. Wright. John Pettit. Charles W. Cathcart. Andrew Kennedy. Opposition. G. P. K. Wilson. Tiegen Martin. 'J C Fr;g!estoM. Caleh 15. Smith. C J. H. Foley, I William Herod. F.. W. McGaughoy. A. L. Holmes. S. C Sample. L. G. Thompson. Will address as many of his fei low citizen as may at tend, at the following times and places, to-vvit Dohhestovvn, Shelby co., July 15, 10 o'clock, p. m IScthfl, Marion co. Nathan Harlan's on the Prool ville road do. Cumberland, Augusts, Itroad Kipple, Itridgeporl, Wliiteiiiick's, do., Clarksburgh, do., same day, 2 o'clock, p. in July IC, 10 o'clock, a. m same day, '2 o'clock, p m July It, 10 o'clock, a. in same day, It o'clock, p. m July 1!, 1, o'clock, p. m. July '-2d, 10 o'clock, a. in. 12 o'clock, p. in. Tiir. IitvK Oak Plantation'. It is vow nearly twenty years since the government entere on this experiment. The plantation is situated imrcNMatcly across the bay from Pensacola, and is about live-miles from the city. The land formerly belonged to Judge IL M. llrnckcnbridge, and was purchased by the gov ernment for the purpose to which it is now devoted, while Mr. Southard was Secretary of the Navy. The policy of the government in purchasing this tract of land, aud in reserving from sale till other lands on the margin of the Gulf, suitable for the growth of live ak, rests upon the fact that this invaluable timber trows in jM'rlection no where except in the inlluence of the sea air. The ranidence of the superintendent rkl4i i.iil 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 41. . ...... I . .1 . . I 1 ... .1 um ii 'uii nit- summ, unu is scra:aicu irom tue i:'ifc'ii" e mr i iiin if Jlltr hv t...tl.m.r l.nt ll.nt l.mcr r,, ..f .-,n.l l.ill- MAIL Mul I INI.L If . known by the name of Swinta Host Island. The ! c ,lI)C our h" tlirotlgliout the State lantation has been placed by the1 navy department under the supervision and control cf the comma U'Jftr ot the navy yard near this place, until lately therJ has been nothing there to admire, except, terhaps, the w ise policy of the government in attempting the experiment of cultivating aud protecting from waste, a species of timber so valuable for naval purposes as l. i:.. i .i . . :.i . i im: uvu j;ik. imiw, nowever, ine care wim wnicn the undcrgcuwth has been kept down among the trees, nnd the ta?t'e Which is displayed in relation to the iron trees auoui me house ot the superintenuent, make the j)lantation almost a fairy scene, combining every where the useful with the sweet. The grounds immediately around the house are cmlmwercd in the shade ol the orange, the leu on, the fig and other fruit trees, and all this is done at an annual expense not Hiual to that ol a boat s crew ul a ship of war. rcn- sacola Cazttte. Ir. Wlofzir' Ilulsiini of Mild C heir v. This rclrbrntcd r-rne1y in roinjioiind tnlcuiilr prrjmisOoii ol' Um H'tJ Ci'rry Hark and .Vo.it nf It t!id, rotiilmird ty a iirw hrmic at nce with the Hitrart of JW. Ho ülutary hnve Irrn lur(T cu in Fourth or July. For Edinburgh and a Hail Hoad Hide. ThcMaritn Guards, ajid all who nrc disposed to nc"T w,,rn ""''"" f-r ',.. .mS Ann-4. r., MMiWf . any dir r Um Inns, tlinl nmriy of ihr iMmpui-lH-d nccompany lliem UK volunteers, II jauguc Vnijorm, rUn have amoved an.l irrommrndrd il, and oi ly ki.m lri!fr,l to leave Indinhnjxdis on the morning of the Hd of Ju ly for Edinburgh, thence in the cars free to Columbus, arc requested to leave their names with Capt. Geo. A. Chapman, who will give explanations in full. Commiioned ollicers to appear in full uniform. Hy request. T Tf-achin; Scikmii. ix tiik Sutii. When Uriah racy of Connecticut, (we think it was,) stood in the door of his hotel at Washington with a distinguished Southern iiiemlxT, a drove of mules came along, when he Southerner said, " Tracy, there are some of your onstituents." Vos," snitl Tracy, 44 thev are going .Snitft to latch schnnf." We by no means mean to insinuate that Yankee tr.-irhors at the South are mules ; hut we do think if he South goes wrong the Noith must answer for the teaching. Take, lor example, the following conclu sive Tu t. . The Hiltimore American savs: 44 Out ef four hnidrtd tuirhrrs with whom a trav er in the South bad interviews, three humlrttl atnl u nit n-fi it were from New Lnslatid State?." (,'. (J tu I' i lr. Katiu'.i: Odo. What would lolks tifiv years ago have said, had they received a London paper with an engraving of a lire in Pittsburgh b fore the ruins had on " cca.u a smoking ! et such is the case now. We re ceived a paper of this kind on the Ith, and lit a ciirar among the ruins on the A ise. same tnormng.- Pithlnt'gh will continue their subscriptions, and aid us as much as they can in obtaining new ones, (irateful for stich favors, we shall always en deavor to rep iy them hy increased energy, enterprise and improvement. Our ambition hits chiefly been to establish ;it the Capital of Indiana, a newspaper of a respectable and useful character. We mayihavc fallen short in our aim,, but wc have Iono,;all that our nicans would permit to accomplish it. The people generally, and particularly the Tlcm ocratic party, its eminent members especial ly, ought to feel some inteiot in this matter, and we trust will do all in their power to aid u To Advel II 'is. lt will be ol interest, to our Subscribers, advertisers and the public generally, to know .a jm aar that all advertisements lor the JNenu- eekly, will appear at lcat onco in the Weekly Sentinel. This gives them a larger circula tion than can he obtained in any other paper in the Stale. 'lake ,li4c. All persons having books belonging to the subscri ber are earnestly requested to return them without delay. lie lias nut tune to eall on all who have them. 1 KMAlNINd in the Post Olficc, lndijtia;ioli, Indiana, J. July l, U10. . Persons calling for these Letters trill phase say The in'and y.7gf in all letters ff papers for tort ion countries must be pre-paid, otherwise they cannot be forwarded. it the iiHtt vnlii.il, In innlii Ine evrr liHrovrr-1. It M truly vatuaM MMli( ine, ami ir flirting an iniriiriiM- nmuiniiI ! kmI In the rt-lM-f of MiflVrittg liiiiinniiy. Jr"-Se advrntH-ineiit. 41-y V JBS a a. c2 MAnillKD On the l;h of Juno, by the Rev. Dr. Simpson, l)r. huwiN (. Mkkk, of (ireeneasile, to Ali.-s Li.izai r. ui Ji., daughter ot Jsamvki. JIcMr.u- son, Esq., of this eity. Navy Df.p RTir.NT, Bureau of PiuVisioiis and Cliliii)jrf June 20, IM"). Scaled propolis, civlorscd ' Pioposnls for I5ocf,"aiid Trc p isals for l'oik." a Ihc rase may t e. will le ircricJ at this office until 3 o'clock, p. m., on .M;j tl iy, the lltli day (if Aüjut next, f r fuinihin and delivering, fice uf all ctst and rik tu the L'n'ted State Five thousand fcvcn bundled bariel of navy tecf, and five thousand seven hundit d lentis of navy poik: I'ach baiul to contain not le than two hu;died pounds net weicht of leef or poik, no excess of weight in either auicie win ie yia u'.. o uu liiuuifu ai me irpicinc j,),,, Hnice liavj j-iuf loiiuwa. I Juli II II l!uli?t T Dt.i. . 1 - x)i'i!. portt. William At'ick Ilmiy Apple II Nathaniel Polton C'loistophei liicher Andiew Uixlt i Willis Hiown S.iniuel IScckwifh H Itallaid 01 V rti)i;rs .Maiaictt II Ituchanaa A nee I Piooks D.vid Hr.vti At-raham liowch Mi Margaret Brown KI M radfuet.l Iltrtierich ll.uher Jt lin A Ilea My Joseph Um hier Jeremiah llioun Clttnens ISuike At Cliail stown, Mas., At Hrookl) n, N. V., At Gospuit, Va., B! K beef i:oo 1!)00 1900 lfK)0 1000 Ji 00 remaining three months of the term fcr which he had; who delivered a speech last session on the subject of been elected to the presidency. , the fine imposed on me for declaring martial law at In the progress of exentr, Santa Ana hd now ?ie- j New Orleans !" nsked (General Jackson, quired surficient importance to desist from the func- j " I have delivered a speech in the House of Ilepre tion of President-maker, and to become himself Tre- ! sentatives upon that subject," was the modest reply sident, 31ay, ISJi-J. Jits jiresidency was tilled with ; ot our mend. pronunciamenlo.s and civil wars, which produced the Then stop !" said General Jackson. 44 .Sit down consummation of the overthrow of the federal consti-' here, beide me. I desire to return vou my thanks for tution of lS'-il, and the adoption in lJl of a central ' that rpoech. Vou are the tirst man that lias ever re constitution, j licved iny mind on a subject which has rested upon it Though most of the Mexican States acquiesced in ' for thirty years. My enemies have always charged the violent changes, by which they were reduced to me with violating the constitution ef my country, by rrere departments under the control of military cun declaring martial law at New Orleans ; ;uid my friends mandants, too Te.vas on the northeaft, and Yucatan : have always admitted the violation ; but have eonten- on the southra-t, refiwed to submit to the military do-' lcd that circumstances justified me in that violation, minion of whatever fiction of the army miuht hai- I never could understand how it was that the nerfor- pen to hold power in the city of .Mexico : mid Sunta ' mance of a solemn duty to my country u duty which, A.na at length tojk command in person of the army ; if I had neglected to rx rform, would have made me a organized for the reduction of Texas. The battle of j traitor in the sight of (iod and man could properly Han Jacinto, the capture of Santa Ana, his release by j be pronounced a violation of the constitution, I felt Houston on conditions which he afterwards refused ! convinced in my own mind, that I was not ruii'ty of to fulfil, his visit to this country, and his subsequent j F"ch a heinous otfenee ; but I couhl never make out a return to Mexico, arc events familiarly known in the ; legal justification ot my course ; nor has it ever been It is resju'ctfully requested of those friends of Judge Wiek who take this paper, to give notice, by written ad vertisement or otherwise, of the böte appointments, in tht proper .neighborhoods., .. The above are probably all to appointments Judge Wiek will liavn time to make and fill in tli lve named counties. Other appointments will be made hereafter for other couritie, winch the friends will kindly make as public ns possible. (vWe are requested to announce JOHN W. HAMILTON as a candidate for re-election to the office of Auditur of Aa rion count"'. T Said beef and poik mut be delivered, ore-half Let ween the firt day of January, 1SIC, and the fust day ef Apt it, 1S4G; and the other half between the loh day of A pi il, 1S4G, and the 15th day of June, 1S4G, unless rather delive- ! rie should be icquiied by the chief of this bureau. Olb is mut be made for each lulf separately and distinctly ih;it i, for the ha f deliveiable between the 1st of Jamiaiy and lt of Apiil, ardfoi the half deliveiable between the löth of ApKl and 15ih of June, ISIG. I'jyment for the first half to Leimte within thirty days afier deliveiy iin'd foi the second half in thhty days afier the 15;h of June, 1S1G. The Lcef must be fiom well fattened cattle, slaughtered between the first day of November, IS 15, and the lirt dy of February, lS4t, and weighing i:ot less than six bundled pounds, tut weight, each. '1 he Irgs and leg lands of the hind quaitris, uuJ the shins and shoulder cU'd, and at least eight pound fiom l!i? neck end of each fre quaiter, or the pait funked ". 1, 2, and 3, on the drawing 01 delineation of the foie an t hind quaileisof an ox, which will be at tar lud t ) and folia a part of the eontiact, mut be wholly Wm P Iky ant Mrs Maiy A Bacon Henry liiyant' O Joseph C$ Chtrsrnnn William Ciilbetsun Ilemy Colctück Heej It Curtis F. M M Claike Jnhn Cook William S A Crane Samuel W CiUTchfield .latnes Colwell, or Thomas Faris, or. lanisn Uuttu Iiichaid CoveidaP. David G Cakcy Nich das Clines Mr. Cadding David II Colcuck I-a.ic Coding I) John Davison Kdward Divis Nathan D.ally S.irhuel Dim lap II M Demp-ey .viilnli.d f i j , m o irh Kairol q liil Ii a 1 f Ii a rt 1 atwl tho t r m tin 'iiiio i.iiM vtii iiiiuii. d.rof the caica?s m-j:1 be cut in nieces cf not less thai Pursuant to previous notice a meeting was held at tight pounds each. I k Warren, Huntington county, on the 1-ltli inst., tor the The poik must be packed fiom corn-fed, well fattened uenrv Fdwards purpose of nominating a suitable person astlie Demoerat- ; lu g, slaughteied between the first day ef November, 1S15, ' 'pjwaijs ic candidate lor Itepreseiitative in the district com posed -and the first day of Ft bruny, IS 16, and weighing not less r . . ..." ..... .... . . .. . i i i -1 . .. I . . 1 . l. l 1 : 1 oi tue counties ol Huntington, ells and IHacKIoiil. man two nun ireu pounus taen, -ahuuh me neaiis j oes, On motion of James It. t?latk, (leorge S. Hornel of, neck, shuuldets, ham, b gs .feet, and laid, and all iefu;e IWarkford county was railed to the chair, and Joseph P"f ees ; and must be cut in p.eccs welnng not lss than six Solomon Kssniy Jasun I-vans Wile iley of Huntington county, appointed secretary. jh nioijon oi Wilson ii. l.außliru.tge, IJavid 1. lern er of Wells county was unanimously riooiinated as the United States When Santa An? marched c'n Tcxa, first Earra gan, and then Coro, exercised the functions of the presidency for awhile, until, after the new constitu tion, 1'ustamente, having returned from exile, was elected President ; the temporary unpopularity of San ta Ana, and his retirement in disgrace to Mana de Clavo, having left the field open to the friends of Uustamente. done, sir, until you, on the tluor of Congress, at the late session, established it beyond the possibility of cavil or doubt. I (.bank you, sir, for that speech. It has relieved my mind from the only circumstances that rested painfully upon it. Throughout my whole hie, I never performed an official act which ) viewed as a viola tion of the constitution o! my country ; and lean now go down to the prave in peace, with the perfect con pounds each. Polh the beef and poik must be salted wiih at least one statute bushel of Turk's Island, Isle of May, or St. Ube's I . j . i. . i . . f . I ..r -..-.... i 1 1 , . . ii, , . .i r . . l sail: ana wie ieei ium iiatr inr uuhus tu nc p'i i vei in u Democratic candidate to represent the district composed ( . , , , r , , ; , , r ,, , c ... ,r ... ,, , ,, ' saltpetre to each birrel, exclusive ot a pickle, to be made of the counties of Illackfoid el s ami Huntington m florn frcsh uulcr, as strftng as salt will make it. the next Legislature of the htate of Indiana. One-fourth the quantity of beef, and one-fourth the quan- t)n motion of Lewis droms, a committee of three was! ,;tv . r nnik ,)P lnrtpa in half barrels and rontai.. m. . i . i . i... . r '"J : . " : : : ; . appuimeu iu jMfpure anu repori resoiuuons expressive oi D Fedicr l eter Folom Miss Maitha E Frankham Jes-c Fiazin James P Fletcher J F Fireman J ihn J Fairell the sense of tiie Convetion ;. whereupon the President appointed Wilson u. Laiighndge of Huntington, K. A Cassel of Ulackford and Lewis (iroms of We lid who re tired and after a short time reported the following rcsulu lions which were severally axfopfsd. ' .. Whera! 5t1 aceordancs with the course heretofore pur- it'.icd by the Democratic party in this district we have ert vencd for the purpose of selecting a suitable person to represent ua in the next session of the Legislature nnd giving expressions to our views of the great measures of Sundry pron unciammtns- followed ; of which, one of soundness that I have not broken, at any period of government policy now before the country and our opin- the most dangerous, headed bv Meiia. irave to Santa i my life, the constitution or laws of my country.' Ana the opportunity of em'rjjin from his retirement. Thus spoke the old Hero, his countenance bright He vanquished 3Iejia, and caused him to be shot on ; ened by emotions w hich it i" impossible for us to de the field of battle. This exploit pave to Santa Ana a i scribe. We turned to look at Iouplas. He was new start in public atlairs: j that, when the French 'speechless. He could not reply ; but eonvuKivelv government, in l:!?"f, reac hed to punish .Mexico for i shaking the aped veteran's hand, be rose and left its multiplied aggressions on the subjects of France the room. Certainly, (Jen. Jackson had paid him the in Mexico, aud proceeded to attack Vera Cruz, the i highest compliment he could have bestowed on any command of the Mexican, troops was committed to i individual. III. Stale Register. . Santa Ana. On this occasion he received a wound, ! which rendered the amputation of one of his leirs ne-! veil f;:iv cessary ; and his services, at this time, secrn to have etFaeed, in the eyes of the Mexicans, the dis grace of his defeat at San Jacinto. Santa Ana took no part in the unsuccessful movo rrient of Crrea apiinst Uustamente in but in IS 11 there broke out a revolution, commenced bv the! 1'aredes, at Guadalajara, into w hich Santa Ana threw himself with ho much vipor and zeal, that Uustamen te was again compelled to tlee, and the plan of Ta cubiya, with the agreement of La Fstanzuela, wa, adopted; in virtue of which, the constitution of lS5f ,vas abolished, and Santa Ana himself was invested w!h the jxjwcr of dictator, for the purpose of recon stituting the republic. Under these auspices, and amidst all the calamities of a protracted but unsuccessful attempt to reduce Yucatan to submission, (for Yucatan at length made its own term,) a new constitution wag adopted June f.Ti itn fin l.na h'jndied pounds net weight of each as the cae ulay te'; aed ( in esiimaung inc puce, iwo uau uarivis aic u oc consrueicu jyjS Jajy OalXvy as one oaui i. The battels and half t'artels must be made of the bet sea soned vhitc oak, or white ash staves and hiading ; if the' former, to be not less than three-fourths cf an inch, thick ; if of the latter, to be not less than one inch tlm k Tor b iriels, and threc-louiths of ait inch thick for half bariels, and to be hooped at least thrse-fouiths over with the best white oak or hickory hoops'. Kaeh barrel and half bartel must be branded on its head Navy Reef," or "Navy Poik," as the case may be, with Cornelius Giay Mis Sarah Gill benjamin Tirace Mi. (ireen or James Monday Henry Hibson James Giiw dd Alonzo GaIJ i D.miel (rilfia Daniel G-tis II James Ii Loemii M Isaac Maidiu John Monti:mety Mis M. ry Mahan Klchaid Moiiisou Joseph- Martin I) Matthews David Man JarVf'cs C Morrison A W Milts ' William G Miles MACS Mrs Caroline McCat7 D.vid McCurdy Abi cr AlcKie ' , . N Vinton S Nemernachcr Jdcuo Newman 0 William Owing P John Palmer Tl omus S Pieice 1( njamiti Philips Talt eit Picket Aquilla Paiker j.,'ut Patterson .1 hos tphat Tolk J N Phipprr '. Pcabbeit Pice Q Mis Mutlia L Q'iarlcs Mrs llariiet Quarles 1-liz.i Quinii Jarre O'Rlely S Hunker James It Kay Mis Nancy Kookcr T.hi'inas Hevea I A. Sidney Robcitoa Mr Roll Wm Re d Ilot.ert W Riehiscn V It Hevelt Piessl Randolph Maitia S Robertson t'hailes Robisoti 5 S Ruokcr John Rnbj ' Thoma Richmond Miss Jane Reed S J Spaik Mrs Hebeeca Smith Mrs Anna Smith Gebrge L Sanders Samuel Seott 3n Shephaid (eie Smith Arnold Shell Joseph P Sesnejr JIary Singer Roheit S.imuel Jo-eph Sever! " Jo-' ua Stevens Josiah Slcne John Smith Win Sihoolciaft Klizatx th Siewart JjMt P SwVft, Abram Sinotk ' 1 1 in I.iMiutli of Days, and he Iii led I lieu with Decils ol Truly beautiful and beautifully true, are the lines we have quoted from the accomplished pen of (leore J'ancroft, m referenco to the revered Hero and sajje (d the Hermitage. Volumes; miht be written in his praise, without half expressing what is containod in the bri'- sentence : 44 1 leaden gave him length of days, and he tilled them with deeds of greati'ss." Upon the simjde tomb which marks the final resting place of the patriot hero, who tilled the measure of his country's glory, should that simple and expressive inscription be placed. JJeyond the ordinary life of man he Jived and none, except the Father of. his Country, has b ft a name so deathless as that of Andkhw Jackson. (thin Statesman. Poktkait ok (Jen. Jackson. Mr. Ilcaley, the 13, lrJW, entitled "Hais td Political Organization of artist sent, to this country by Louis Philippe, for the the Mexican Republic," and Santa Ami was elected I resident. Santa Ana resigned his dictatorship, and entered upon otlice as the new; President in January, 111; but Ix-fore the expiration of the year, Pa redes again pronounced at ('-uadrlajara, and this time against Santa Ana, November, hll. The chief ostensible causes to this movement were various administrative abuses committed by Santa Ana and his minister, and especially an abortive attempt of his administra tion to rai?c money for ati expedition against Texas. When the revolution broke out, Santa Ana was at Manga de (,'Ivo, the presidency being provisionally held (during his absence from the capital) by Canalizo. Instantly on bearing the -tidings of of the movement at Guadahjnra, Santa Ana, in open violation of one of the articles of the new organic bases, was placed in command of the army, and rap idly traversed the republic, from Jalapa tq (Jueretara, with all the forces he could raise, t ) crceuntcr Pa redes. Hut the departments which he had left behind him speedily revoked, iut excepting even Vera Cruz; and though his fiction in the capital, including Can alizo and his ministers endeavored to sustain him by proclaming him dictator, their ellorts w ere vain ; he was compelled to retrogade, nnd at length routed, and obliged to surrender himself a captive to the new ad ministration headed by Herrera, which has released him with a penalty of ten years' exile. Thus, after having' been conspicuous for twenty-five punxise of taking portraits of some of our most dis tiuguisiied citizens, had finished hii portrait of Hen. Jackson but a day or two before the decease of that venerable patriot and statesman. It is spoken of as a fine specimen of aft, and as a faithful picture, decidedly the I est that has ever been taken. It repre sents him, indeed, as on the verge of existence the complexion bloodless the eye calm, without fire without passion the form ami figure bent and emaci ated the countenance placid, though much shrunk from its former proportions, giving to the lace a more elongate'l appearance, and to the forehead a little more relative elevation than appears in the paintings hith erto made of. hipi. The abundance of his snow-white hair is most naturally and impressively represented without any precision of Adjustment ; and his dress, though rich and tiTier his. habitual mode, is without that attention to detail at. d. order, which we look for in health. It is 31 r. Healy's intention also, to take a copy from the most approved portrait cf (Jen. Jackson, at an earlier period of life; and it if nederstood that he has selected a painting in the possession of the late Major Hutledge, which was taken in 1N"J1. ions of the conduct of our publir servants to whom we havtt entrusted our political welfare Therefore, be it Hrsoletd, That we will use alHionorable means tor se cure the election of our worthy Demon atic brother It ob; ett It. Turner of Webs county to a scat in the lower llmise of the next Legislative Assembly of this Sjtcte. Hesoltcd. That beinjj ever willing to award to the mass of the party opposed to us in political views, the merit ot patriotism in ine pursuit oi tiieir peculiar policy, yci we cannot help arriving at the conclusion that if the princi ples they advocate should ultimately triumph, they would be fraught, with dangers of (he ino.-t appalling character to the well being and perpetuity of our republican insti lutinns. llcsulttd, That the re-union of Tczas In tier lister States. is an event wc hail wiih joy unspeakable, aud we look forward with gladdened hearts to that auspicious moment when the lone star will again give forth her ra diant beams in her natural orbit and add more effulgence to that glorious constellation that adorns our banner and illuminates the land ol' the Ireo and the homo of the brave. firsofcfd, That we regard the itpmediate and exclusive occupation of the )regon territory by he united Stales as indispensable to our lienor and national welfare, and that wc cordially second the e Herts of our present Chief Magistrate to plant our llag upon the Pacific coast, and throw the protecting rrgis tf our Constitution and laws around our brave biethren who have cast their fortunes amid the dangers there. Ursutced, Th;.t the course of our worthy and meritori ous. Representative in Congress, the Hon. Andrew Ken nedy, in relation to the financial affairs of our country, the annexation of lexasand the occupation of Oregon, meets our warmest, most hearty, und cordial approval. That his uncompromising hostility to the principles of Federalism, his unbending integrity, his firmness and de votion to the true interests ef his constituent, make him every way worthy of representing the tenth legion of the Indiana Oeniocrn y. JUsulrcd, That we regard the late letter of Dr. Thomp .teri to iWes.sr. (I ile, Dewey and others ol Lagrange Co., as fraught with duplicity otjd political demxgogucism ; that Img servile truckling to the will of the Abolition fac tion is unworthy the character of any true American ; that i i i o rabid opposition to our Southern brethren is a grots infringement of those equal rights ecured to us hy the Constitution, -and hi whole course only equalled by bis prototype, tin fjreat dictator, whom he itf limping iu base, awkward iniilatinrf. . . i.i i. . i . .i trie contractors name ana ine 3 ear wm-u paenru. ; pj;zi Harri The beef and poik will be inpeceil by the inspecting of- jlu jiullte ficeis of the lespcctiye navy-yaids afofesa' !,' and by srtrYe no(j, jj urcr:a "sworn inspector of railed piaMtn," who will be nhrtcd j'0,in j.,Meg by the . 1 expletive cornmandin,; officers; but their clmges , yvilli..m Hohnes fit s.'ch inspection must be paid by the respective contiac- r;r,KC na,e.s tcis, who mut likewise luve the bariels put in go,.d Miip- j.,jniUnj Hunter ping older to the satislaciion 01 ine remmanuants 01 ine ic spcciive tiavy-yaids atuiesaid, after inspection, and at their O A n expense. bidders must specify their pi ice cpirately and .distinct ly, in sepaiate lfeis for the beef a-nl fur the poik. and ef eacli of the places of delivery, cuverin,; all expenses and charge. The -dep-utment reserves to itself the li'it to reject a! ofTeis fiom persori3 who have heutot'oie failed to fulfil their contiact. bonds in one-third the amount of ihe respective contracts will be requited, and ten per centum in addition will be withheld from the amount oi eacn payment, 10 ne m.Kie, as 1 H;inion Johnson C Uatvial secuiity foi the due and faithful pcifortmnce of .i0"lU jeir ics their icpective contiacts, which will on no arcuiipt be f ud 'pin. mas Jones ' until the contracts aie comj lieu u un in an lopcci, a.n icl,i,,mjw James to be foifcitcd to the United Siates in the evtnt of fuluie to j)jV,j jollCS Cipplete the deliveries within the pi ecrib d pel iods. And in cu-e of failuie on ll.c pait cf the c .mtrnctor to deliver 'he ' j.'r.icis Kemper aforesail beef and poik within the time specified, the chief umiich Koller of the Huieau of TioviMons aid Clothing lnll have the j Mrs jary Knipe liht to iliicct puichaes 10 .v made to supply the dcficien- lj)trles Kin" cics, and any excess cf cost shall te chaiged to and paid by . L the contiactois. Payment will be made by the l.'nitcl ; Viri-m I-rzfe " C Hajjeihuist . John J Hatfield Jesse Hull Joshua R Harlin Ileiuy Hceshaf Thus Hüls J Adam Irick Bei. nett Isaac I J Van S .Tones Samuel J11.lv c pciiod-; above specified, (excepting the ten per vv u e withheld until the completion of he contracts, ! 1 1' JI State at the centum to he withheld until lire completion 01 ne coiiuaeis,: . as before stated,) after the said beef and poik shall have been , J ()n Latham inspected and leceivcd, and bills loi ine same uan nave 1 f)3VT been presented to the navy agents respectively, uuiy ap proved by the commandants of th? respective navy-yaids, accordin2 to the teims of the contracts. The t ails of the beef to be excluded will be particularly j designated m the engraving to re attached to ine conuacis. Peisons interested can obtain them ou application at this otfice. ' Didiers n-.t heretofore contiactois ate icqmrc l ta ncfom infelter William G Peasley Kmanuel Jpringer James W Shannon R Steht ins Delanson Slanrson Oliver ScheofTer I ' 'P Chi t ies Torhlir.son S Zadock Tomlinson ,' 2 Mis Elizabeth Thompscn illiam Talbot Augustus Tinner JatneSL, Thompson William K Thornton James Tushy .'. ..v Mis Arn-nda icketl Uajc Votet V .lohn A Whelchel 2 .'c b Williams' Hut-el Witiiam I)avid Wheeten Thomas Wvatt William Wooddell Hiibbaid Williams Andv WiNo:i: Washington F Wilson. Wiliiam II W'aid II T Wakeheld ' Simon S Wiseman Le.inaid Wooleu Nic holas Odd John A Whucomb Moses Witreis John Webb Y Merit Young . , S. HKNDERSON, V. M. sa cmti: vim co.M .ur i io. : ! rvrn Tliotisaml Cims f IIlitia te Iul 111011:1 iy C'oiiiphiitifs Ctii'cl in our. WISTAirs It. A LS A M OF WILD ClILUHY, The (irtat American Remedy for Lung Complaints, and all Affections td the ' j (h r;nns. ' We do not wifth to Ii inV with the live or irn'ih .f tht niHiteit, n,.t we ninrerely plnlae oiiMfhrs to make n n-wilioiu an to the ir. turn of llit int-iti' in-, nnd to I10M iut no I l tiulIV ting liuiituioiy which hrt v ill not ivanant. We ask the iitii r.lioti of Ihr c:ui!i.l l a frw fÄnsdrial'nn. Nuiurr,' iii riy pail ol Jit-r woik, In Uft. m lililile uiaik ol' adaptation .i.id Jt-j-1 ( ii . The tonslitiitioii of Ihr ntiiiiKiN and t-& i.u.l. of ihr toriiil, m Plirh that Ihr) could Hol f liiJurr lln- cold of Hit- lni.l .niic, aiol i e itildes (and ''Dr. Wui n' Kai m," 1 a compound 1 hcmtral rti; t from IIk-m havr lai! Ik rii rclrliratt-d for i iiij l.tinli pr viiW tit only in Cold climates. Imln d tlic;ii'.i-l dirtinpui.-ln d loi .tu al men haie averred that nature furniütuM in evei y count y antulc'es lot itourt icciiliar iliKraMm. t'osi Mil fo in it"i conr.rtt.ed an.l ir.ciicr.t la( , Ciili..1'mj Cwp and Ircr Curt phiutt, form by far Ihr iimM latal la! ili u known to our larnl. t I v-n tlics' tuay l rurl by nimiH of Ilm simple jet futcrrfu! remeihes (n i:;nd rluve aiid ih ich nit Evict ed, t y a lirnrtii-riit I'roviiltMK r , whnevrr i;rr m tl.nl its y-rv.i. J)-11e ca.e.f T11...1! ri -t!,of ll.ol.lonfirl.1, N.J. . i.-Ui j-i hy Mink-if; nnd that all hit' know rs emihc "tii'i", the i tat t-uifirt is SHiir.i lo luft'tc a Justice if the iVart. IIaomi h, N.J., April '2, IC t.'t. On or ne: r the tilth day of Uccein'. er, 11', I was takni w iih n i- ftlrnt pain in the nrar the Liver, whk l. oiitinu 1 for uluitive ttag,'ard ti;i follow nl by the brtakinj of an ulier,or ioio ilnii m w aril'y,' w 'ii h r lievnl t!ie pain 1 lit:le, but raurtl mr 1. ilirow up a preal q-.i inlity of i:rt-nive inatfer and also niiicli blood. Itrin "real ly alarmed ;,l Uhk, I ;ii1ieil to a pri)i( ian, but be rai. I he Ihtiitbl be Could 1I0 but little for mr rxcept pive me mum Meicury piils, w Inch I refused t lake, feelinp satisfied that they r otiM do mr no good ; iiMi.y other rsrtiedii'S were Ilten procured by my w ife ami friemls, and imii did inc any good, ami the dim ho.e or w.onii and curtiTuji Uli contirmel every few days, ami at last hrcaire ircnstve I could scarcely ttrealbe. I at al peirrd with n -Pt eoujib, vhieli 1 times caused in: to raise much nioie I loud i.ia.i I li. ddi-e tKMe, and my disease conltmted in l!us way, t-litl i;rn in; woim. audi rdi- ruary, when all hoe of my recovery w as five 11 up, and my friend all thou cht I would die wilha mi.hiim; Conrviii.). At tili in- inent, when triy life was ap jareiilly draw in;?, nar at a clmef I beard of ll'ittar's lial.-'uH of 'I o'rf Chrrrr, ntid pot a boUlr, w Inch re lieved me immediately, and by Ihe ufc of t n!y thrrr bttf hs of ined icine, ull my pains weie removed, my cough and spit! ins ef blood and corruption entirely Mopped, and in a f'nv week my heaUh was Mt far reici ?d a lo enable me to work a, my trade, (w i i; a I'ar p?nter)rnJ unto this tims I have enj- yed -;oJ heuitii. WiT-r. I r.:;i ar-jii:ii nted Willi M r. Thoittai' I o.r n, and in e ceeti fdlii d uing his illness, I think the above tateiuenl entitled to full credit. SA.dL'tl. II. ÜUKIK U'CilS. GloiicrKter Cimiv. fS. I'crsorially came before nie, Ihe ubs- ri! r,one of the Jtiti( ( si f the Trace inand foi ibe --r.id county , Thorn '.. n,ati.l btiiiK.dii'y af firmed accolding lo law,t?ailii tlie ali-vr instil mall llnn-rs is true. Iiuu.s '.'J M.?. Affirmed before me 011 the üUlli day of April, lit. J. l'LtMM. t t KrWe jrublish no fictitious statement. cj '-"Wistar's IIiti4M" is idd at $1 per brt'.!!, im.tlef for .?.". Sold in Cincinnati at Ihe corner of a id atnut Mret-i, by SANFOR L. PARK, Agents for Ihe West. For Rile also by TtlAI LINSON nUOTIICKS, 0iv Agents in rtiufni. Ihish&.Co. Terre Haute, la. C. F. Wilstack Lafayette, la. Wm. Hk.hci 4' Co. Mftdirlti, la. Wimtml.v L. .Ni.wkiKk New All.an , I. Jesse Ptf : s Centreville, la. Jamls Wwh Kiutiblftow 11, la. Johi I3vbk Ciawfordsville, la. Hk. L. ItttcttiK Fort Way ne, la. Joh G0R00:. Salem, la. Wm. M . U'olet-I"vanville, la. J. SoMts Vincennei, la , and by regular agents established iu e.ll iui purtaut tow ns tlinMighoiit Hie State. 41-y ro.tii.BAso'v isico iii;i:us Have ben an;,oi,'.ted nn!c ajenls Ir: lnd.an,piiU for the 1!? "Z the follow ing valuable Aledit ii e : - ' IITlr. Willst rS IfialMim oflil1 CFibrry, For the cure of Coughs, Cb!.s, Consumptions, Asthma. or I'hthiw, and all complaint' of the Lungs and Hreasl. I'riceSl 0"' jer lMUle. ISristoI's :us;ip-ii ill:i. Forenrinp St rot'ula, T-liers, 1j ii-ljs, Ciim tr, l1 ratd ninlipnr nt sorer, Ale.ca ial Hw'n, and aJl ihsorders evideici"5 an impurity of the t.nd.Trice ?l 10 per b li.- (LTlr. WiHi:iiiiM's I:iin Nootlior, For the TUOTII-ACJIL. Il will cure the mo n'.-stiuate cases in five fniiiuVc IteMdes, il contains not one particl: jf Kieosole, or other poisoiHKJS and drleleiious drug. Iiis prjt - 'y innocent. Fiicrctf. a botlle . ITfSrii ley's Ojiif niriif , Called by many " "ri.Vy' Suit Rftrt'"' O nimmt," fmv.i i's entire mas tery over all TtU rr., or i?a!t Ulitt::-,I) Scald Ilea l, Rin;virm,eic Price 7.i ctr.HiK dj Ir. lltimpli: ) 's Vcs l:M Oinliiioiit, For the cure of "IM I. CS," etc. No article is capable of Uiii; pre pared more admirably. adapted for the rebef and thorough cure of tin distrefsing disease Jake 1 00 a jar. iET!'. WiM.ii' Ji'iil!c; Fiii'ativo Pills, An etceller.t Medicine for Snk lla,latiu Dij-prpia and Indit.'tu'n. QrWhere H Laar liali'im of ItilJ Cherry" 1 used, if any pur gatiof is necessary, ll'LJar'n I'i'ls olioiibl invariably' Ik-resorted to. rrir. Sl:irUo:i!!M-i I!;alfc i:iiir, Fr ths cure of lÄrcr Complain;, 'w-T'"."" c'c. See advertise ment in another column. True! O'l per Ito'Me. ILTlIrckrr'fi i:yc? ISalaiu. A wonderful article for curin;; the ttuf. h'ina:e ca.-s of SORE AND INFLAM III) LYLS." Also fru ai lable for curing wrofulous pore eye and inn lined eyelid:. l'rr?'A7 cent. Tj.ll-! tsi's Poor .llan Planters, I For relieving PAIN ol every desciiptk ti. For irA b-u1, m.-ery lit ' the title and brmsl, and all other disease that icon ire an exter ml p- iticalin-nothiut; jnd pleasant to wear ; and l'io: e hIh onrc use them will buy no oilier. Trice only V2 ct. "jTl'al- Aiittl ih Cortllal. Highly recoiumeiidcd by Ihe inedit al Licnlly and others, the w rt medicine know 11 for Ihurrhern, ftn'rrl C-o;i!m ';.- . C'"hra .t.Vr lm.s, Mild moüt SumuteT O mt'lain'.j of Children. I'rice.'ll t :-nts a li:tle. ÜTOKörtilS liulia C lio'acyiic. An u.ifailin remedy for the cimc if FC'. r.JC AMI Alit.'L, pra.int and Uelighlful tu use, and ctrtcm in its iH cts atr.rys removing tirry t of thi? complaint. Tru e $1 TnJ er 1 otil:-. 41-y o DOCTOR EVANS. FFICH over Miller's Hat Jr'ore, 2J do'.tr east of Washington Hall. " '2wy cvkti 'i 111: i'aiii:vi:s : . IlKWAKIi vi 'VV.S IiOLI.AKS will br j-iven for information itL foitlicient to insure Ihe couiction of the thieves w boon the niplil of. be 'l Uli June broke into ibr ciliru ri!rr' Oil Factory and A thenatr.es of their suicties, whose respcnsibility-mist be ceiliüed by the United States disti ict attorney, na vy agent, or some oihcr person well known to the (i jveunncut ; other wise their 1 roposals will Hut be acted upjn. Bidders whose proposals are accepted (and none other) w ill be foithwith notified iherecf ; und thiee dasrver an 1 above the ordinary lime teciuiied for the legular tiansmisMoii of the mail will be allowed for them to signify their readiness t enter into c- r.tiact; and ten days over and abjve the 1 the or.linaiv lime ifd'iiied for the irgular transmission o Ordered, That the proceedings of this Convention hp j mail will be allo.ved for the execution an! let urn f a con signed by the President, attested by the Secretary , and j tiact and bond; at the expiiatiou of which periods if m ptiMished in the Fort-W'iiyiiH Sentinel, Delaware County lJ'tnccrat, nnd Indiana ctu!e Sfentinsf.'" ' Whereujtn, the Convention adjourned; sire die. (i. S. HUWLl.L, President. Jos. Wii.et, Secretary. OlMGIN OF THE SCYTHE M ANt:F ACTt'RE. Mr. Ebtnezcr Tifdale, of Lebanr n, Ct., commenced the scythe nmkinfr burincss in America, about the year unkind iüi''lii do without physicians, if .they I 17lV. From 15oston one of Iiis scythes was sent to would observe, the laws of health ; without soldier.", j Ergland,'a? remarkable for the manner in which he if they would observe the laws of Christianity; with out lawyers, if they wciild keep their tempers; and preachers, if. ciicli..oue.vuM..ta.kc care of. his. own conscience but there is no Iivni'i without farmers. turned the back. The scythes afterwards imported from England were made in the same style. For about forty years .Tisdale purstred this business, mak ing annually about 400 scythes. lany the;r proposals wiih evidence of ability together with Moe a quantity of sieapne. can llej, and a canvass ba made of three . .... ... .... 1. ....... I .... or lour li.H Kiies.ses, nn.i saiuraieo wn;i o.. n unerai rewaiu wuiai 84i le piven for iiiular iiiloiiiialion o llie llnef who tote a kec of powder, Inuii a back building of the subscriber, tri Warb melon st., about two months suite. u. llt.uiu.uL.1 . i '. Journal copy. r - . 'I lm Male ol liHliana Hancock Coun ty, s. I rrt r. Hancock Cim cit Coviit, ArctsT 'I'tPM, 1615. William Mouiai,nc aud I humus llncbjiiuu Hbouefur ihe uc ol Juseph A"udei ti.ii Jo'.in Jinticc. Foreign .Itlar hw.l. TO TICK i I er by Rtveti t'i :ttl J bn Jnii-e that on. the 2th lav ol Khiu.ty, IH4S a writ of foieiff" aitacltmufi a iMu out of ibv tittlrc i.f. ibe clt i k of ihe Hancock cii tuu court ct Ihe iiii'mice ol" ibe niI Mtnnaie and Huilimiiti who ue lor the ue of ad Anbroi, and said ril baih bei n r. t. lined M-rvt-tl by at- I.iuir i,f went half of ihe iioith wet quarter ol (Kcliot. twu (2) in township fifteen (15) north of ian 7 -.1, coiuiinni); öcrt more or le. : aN the at liaT f he m.rili eait quarter of ection No three (3) in tuwnohiu No. liftren in mug" 7 rat , Coniair.iu? 03 acit inttre or Ic24 alo the !! di inou of ihe ei halt of the oulh et quarter ot eciHJU No. 34 in.lowiuhip I, north of raupe 7 v9i, coiiiuiiiiitL' IS acre T'retr rM ; alio lot No. II in the lonn of Un-rntivld 5 Mü the ea-t luilf .'f tu? uilh cd qtiarterand oulK west hall f lbs uorih nt, quarter f eriioii J I, t nbtu No. 1.5, in range 7 ea-t : all of said prop it) i Mtuaic in HaiiioeW cuiiuiy, appiai-ed aiol valued I cb u tnmdted d dlan ; ihe td Jt.hn Jus tice it heretiy tioiitietl and retpiiml t apear a ltd defend the wid writ of foreign alutcli.iiei.l Iwlore the Judge of the Hancock circuit eurt on the Jii t day l th ir M term lo bf holden at the Court Hoimv in the town of Greenfield in taid tounty ot Hancock on the .id .Monday in A uet, or the ill e heard eJ in hit alienee. ' M.iotiv Wie t WaLrotf, Att')l. I'W ilU no answer he icceiv d, or contract and bond returned, the supply will be o tiered to the 'next lowest bidder, accoidmg to law. To be lublidied once a week until the. 11th day of Au gust next, in the Union, ConMituti n, and Intelligencer, D. C; Republican, Daltimoie; Kvening To!, Moining News, and Journal of Commerce, New Yoik rennsylvanian and Keystone, Philadelphia; Mcrn!n Post and Tunes, hoston ; N. II. l'atiiot, Concord; lutein Arus, Portland, Me.; Knquiier, Richmond, Va.; Deacon, Noifulk, Va.; Enquirei, Cincinnati, (Xhi ; St itestnan, Columbus, Ohio ; Union, Nash ville, Tcnn.; Rejriter, SpriufieM, 111-; Uemociat. Chicago, 111.; Kiee PVess, Uetioit, Mich.; State Sentinel, Ind.aiiapoh, la.; Missouiian, St. Louis, Mo.; Democrat, Louisville, Ky.; and Gazette, Lexington, Ky. Proprietors of the above papers are requested to send a copy ef their respective papeis containing the advertisement to this buieau. t Aug. 11. l.lIl'OltTAVl'! ; IS. Fosuaf's Vnottjitt' Coilialv A KAKK AM V. Y Y Y. C Tl'A I. 11 EM El Y 1'Oli THE ; S I'M V : It ( O If , .V TS , Cr, D-arrha. 1 nnd Chnlcrz '.Morl u.i ; FI. it - :if x '. Swrmtf Cilir. Tili invaluable Medietas fr the hove ri.:'i.'.iiniit f.uii.iw any other remedy mtw in use. II uiutreds of cas s have cotne to llie kiu.w ledtfe of the proprietor, w heie a ee(!y cure has leen elfettrd by lhj Use of the Cordial, after a re. it I to the Co nuioti retneilte had Hoed Uiiavairtu'g.- It lias been e.s'. nsively used tl.rotip'toat Ibis Slate nnd elsewhere, 1 ir many yeai- has been upprovt d, and i ued in prac tice by a jtreal iiiimlwr irf" the iiicl es!-r:;iblt; li) kia lis, as mat te seen by thru cert iti( ales au 1 recommendations aLCoiupiui) m each iKrw: T.iis medicine is di rorerr'd lo tie a rprtam and eTci tual remedy dt the interline dineaser:. produced by the d n.-ki ng f lhj wateiof th rivers in the mmthern and poolh wefein Elates, which renders it of inesturftLlc value to thttse who reside orlr. vcl iu thope mtU"uoI lite coiiniry. . , N. II. To secure t:ie pubüc ajiainst dec ptimi, the etternal label of eat h b4tle is secured l) a coy-ribt . w hii-h as entered connn to net of Congress) in the .Northern li-trict of .New oik, cu Ibe '.1h day of Noveirlier, Anti Ihjtuiiii, 1U. A facsimile of the pio,Hiebr, sign it'tte w ill te found on Ihe outer atel, if peniiine. T'"" r:' Fcraa.eby TOMLINSON ItJt OTHERS, ludi..i.aJu 1-y Ir. J.icI IScckca-'jiit'c'IclH-aietl I,Vi:-I5 A LS A .11, .1 Frr.ciFic ton ciino.vic, soiir.t i.yfl.i.m- F. I) .VD Ii F.jJ a e y : J . Xninng the many extrardiriry turea etttHted by this trily wonder fil llalsain, we hav room only ftr the follow in; : t$ .q g tj s if ti 5 . Sobe ,F.74.. "Humanity indtu es me 10 make kiw.w u t ihr cttiwrs of Cincinnati, w ho ma) 1 atlla-ted with Ibe aU.ve, an aliiiWno cure elfectrd iu lhrc weeks in a ct of m-vrit )eais' taand.nK. bv Ue t:e of 4 It Et "K Ell'S KYK 11AI.SAM. The eas- relene.1 to that l iny life tmy, wIh was Ihuh with tuflimed it,e!oU. 'I he mi r! uionalioii tuMilinued to increase, reiiiiiig all rtxiuitm, f tint vitrm nf even ears. Havinfi beard .f Hie leutaik.o.le cures eiletted t.y unM ker'F.e naUuii." as h UA rexoll, I made a ti.al of i, and nhi . and letei min-' happy toceitify that il etlected 9 iwrinatient rue in Hur werk. V It C C I AKLES NORTH, fifth rt., 4 door wrsl ol .i.e. ' . gyjjfpy TO.MLINSU.N CRUTHLRtf, liid!ati!.,.lts. 41y