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The Administration its Progress, and its 1'olicy. It is now four months, since JUr. Tolk assumed the seals of office, and entered upon the discharge of the weighty responsibilities to which he was called by his countrymen. It being in the recess of Congress, the duty of the President has been mainly to see that the laws, as he For the Indiana State Sentinet tnose m Doui parties in tnis country, who uavu men . - ' - . . ' . -.1. own personal ambition to gratify, or that of their Wiles to Hie Memory of Andrew jacK- favorites, who seem to regard the bestowment of, ' ' " ; t- , rLinrtan office as the chief, if not the sole end of Government. Suggested by the Crajijcy Meeting at Coungton, t I. ' r .1. n-.;.it t.in ,r t luJ July 4, IS4o. 1 O 3Ut.il, U1U COUrSU Ol U1V .1 .,O.U-l. tuit-j iv agreeable ; but we are very sure it will receive the approbation of the country. On the whole', when We" look back to the events of the last twelve months, wc see the importance of he has, with great labor, devoted his whole time and talents. We doubt whether any of his predecessors ever devoted more labor if so much in giving his personal attention to all the details of the various brandies of the public set vice". No part of that ser vice, as far as wc arc enabled to judge, has escaped his vigilant attention. Our foreign relations have occupied no inconside rable portion of his time. He is, emphatically, a working President, and he has been most fortunate in having around him a talented, harmonious and work ing cabinet. To his energy, wisdom, and forecast, is the country in a great measure, indebted for the speedy, harmonious, and glorious consummation of the Annexation of Texas to the United States, accord ing to the terms presented by the resolutions of Congress. A strong naval force was promptly placed in the Gulf of Mexico, and the army in the south west concentrated on the Sabine ; thus giving assur ance to the Texian people that, so soon as annexation was accepted by them, they would be under the pro tection of our Hag. The naval force displayed olF Vera Cruz gave a distinct and significant indication to Mexico, that at the same time our desire was peace, and the strict observance of our treaty obligations with that jKJwer we were prepared to reist the ag gressive measures which Mexico threatened in the event of Texas accepting the terms of annexation proposed by our Congress. It is ililiicult to estimate the influence, which these energetic measures of the administration produced in tLtcrriti Mexico from making any hostile movement, as well as in jrivinir confidence to Texas that .she would be protected and defended in giving her assent to the union. These measures have, undoubtedly, essentially aided uur Charge d'Alfaires, Mr. Donelsou, in thwarting and defeating the iitrigucs and officious intermeddling of tho l!rttih minister, who labored, with a zeal vorthy of a better cause, to defeat annex ation. U. cry movement of the Uriti;-h and French ministers, especially the former; the sudden and unexplained departure of the Texian ..Secretary of State (Mr. .Vhbel Smith) on his myste:i.vjs mission to England, was watched by the Government at Washington. The instructions jiven to Mr. Donelsou, and the skill and ability of that minister, have com pletely frustrated and destroyed all the intrigues of the enemies of annexation whether foreign or domestic. It was most fortunate that President Polk, and our minister, -Air. PoiieNon, were known in Texas to have held, during their whole lives, the most intimate relations with the s ige and patriot of the Hermitage; who had manifested so much solicitude for the re-union of Texas with the parent country. The people of lexas were inspired with the most undoubting confi dence that the stars and strijK S of our Cnion, which they saw on their bonl rs by land and by sea, gave full assurance that the Young Hickory " was pre pared and ready to rejM.d the foreign aggression upon them with which they were threatened, in the event of their acceptance of the terms of annexation pro posed by the Cnited States. They had full confidence that Mr. Polk's administr ition would not only defend thorn against their foreign enemies, but would be ready to do full justice to the young State as soon as sho-attacK herself to our Union. This is the only question, foreign or domestic, which has been brought to its conclusion during the f mr, months of his administration which have elapsed. . Ve may, however, confidently assure the public, that the same vigilance has been observed in all our foreign relation with other countries. .Mr. Polk acts iion the maxim of Gen. Jackoiw which he adopted and cmboJied into a sentiment fo-warded to a com mittee at Philadelphia, by whom he had been invited to attend the lata ratioi.al anrhcrsary of independ ence : 44 To ask nothing that is not right, and submit to nothing that is wrong." Until the meeting of Congress in December, no appropriate opportunity will be afforded to M r. Po'k to declare his whole policy, foreign and domestic. The public however, are not left to vague conjectures as to tr hat it ir M be. His political principles and opinions are not of yesterday, and arc well known to the country. The path of principle and public policy is plainly marked before him; and the history of his public policy is a guaranty that he will undeviatingly pursue it, without turning fo tlio right or to the left. His principles and his policy arc known to be shadowed forth and plainly laid down in the political creed embodied in the admirable resolutions passed by the Democratic Convention at Paltimore, in May, 111, by whom he wns nominated as a candidate for the high office which he now holds. LVdcr that ban ner the republican party rallied ; under that banner they gained the victory ; under the inscriptions written- upon it, under the principles which it embraced, under the pledges which it made t-j the people, Mr. Polk goes into power. The republican party are bound to carry it out, to the utmost point of availa bility. Tlmt he will, as far as may depend on him, carry out that creed, no one doubts. His fame, as well as the true interests of Iiis country, will doubtless make it his pleasure, as well as Iiis duty, to do so. Having, in a self-sacrificing spirit, announced his determination in advance to serve but a single term there is no future, in politics, for him, Ixwond thlt period. He has, therefore, no personal ambition to gratify ; and his whole aim, we are sure, is to serve his country faithfully, and leave his principles, when he retires to private life, in the ascendant. To enable him to do this, it is manifest that nothing is necessary but the union and harmony of the Democratic party. He was elected by the united Democracy. Without such union, his party could not have succeeded ; and without its continuance, there may be danger of its overthrow. The success of his administration must found them, were fiithfullv executed. To this dutv harmony and of union in our party ; and we are . . . . -i I . . . . i 1 . If taught more than ever to con lute in me peopie. -u now we look around us, uc see their executive agents actively engaged in discharging their duties, and preparing to carry out the pledges under which tl.ey j were elected the" great principles to which the repub- j Ucan party arc devoted winning incir u.ay 10 ujum proportion-of the confidence of the people, and fur rounding the administration with a strength which may defy any serious opposition. If we look to the future, we are not blind to some of the temporary difficulties which may present themselves; but, we confidently anticipate, from what wc see of their acts, and from what we knov of. the men, that wc shall find them steering the ship of State with a coolness, a circumspection, a wisdom, and firmness, which arc calculated to briii" her safe into her Justified port. The PitiLANTiinorv of Exulanh. White the En glish are pretending to feel such a Christian abhorence of the oppression which they affirm exists in those of our States where negro slavery is tolerated, behold the evidence of her sinctrity as presente'd by a London correspondent of the ! n A his : 44 It is remarked that the Church of England has, on all occasions, Urn found ranged on the side of op pression and political despotism. It supports a poor law that treats jtoverty as a crime, and hunts theior from parish to parish, as if they were w ild , beasts. It helps the landlord to tax iuod, and make?; bread scarce and dear. It robs the people of the funds be queathed for their education, and lifts up its bigot voice ngaiust any other education but. that given in the spirit of its dogmas. It extorts tithes', rate, dues and otlerings, even from the poorest of the poor it 4 devours widows' houses, and fur pretence' makes long prayers.' It is said that the rieh cannot enter the kingdom of Heaven, and yet the chutch aims at nothing but riches ni;d grasps all he silver and gold within its reach; its bishops a iu,l clergy monopolize the? wealth of the land and, surrounded with abun dance ( f this world's go ds forget the poor at their gate. They tnlu and write eloquently of new forms and new robes, but they never preach cruoucnlly about true Christianity. 'M what possible use i the estab lished church in London The bishop of Loudon has answered the question. He said in the House of Lords ' 1 pass the inriniiliccnt church which crowns the metropolis, and is consecrated to the noblest of objects the T.rv of God and I ask myself in what de grce hjmswoM that object. I see there a dean and three resiileiitiarics with incomes amounting, in the a""rcgate, to between ten and twelve thousand pounds a year. I see, too, count cted with the Cathedral, twenty-nine clergymen,, whose offices are nil but sine cures, with an annual income of ', (DO pounds; I proceed a mile or two to the cast, or northeast, and I find myself in the midst of an immense population, in the most wretched destitution and neglect: arti sans, mechanics, labor-beggars and thieves, to the amount of three hundred thousand !' Out of his own mouth he is condemned. Instead of providing for the temporal and spiritual destitution of those three hun dred thousand beggars and thieves, the Pishop of Lon don cleanses his conscience if he writes speeches up on church forms and ceremonies !" Moke P.KTirt:r ai;s the Kuoirivr. S'lavfs. The number of slaves who entered into the combination, is stated at one hundred or more. They came from three counties in .Maryland, Prince (Jcorge's, Charles and JSt. .Alary. They crossed the Eastern branch bridge, on their way through .Montgomery, anil for Pennsyl vania. The movement of o large a body of men spread consternation among the people. The alarm reached Washington, where Col. Henderson had the marines at the garrison and the X:T?y Yard under arms all the night of the ah, and arms were given out to members of the .nacosta Fire Company, who volunteered their services to give chase to the colored fugitives. A letter dated Washington the Sth, in the Courier savs : This morning about ) o'c! oek, it being ascertained that the negroes Ind taken the road to Itockvilh Montgomery county, (having passed through the. turn pike gate,) two miles north of this city, a party of about twenty persons wert out with double barrelled guns, revolving pistob,&c, on horselnck and in btig 'ies, with a view to overtake and arrest the fugitives. At 1) o'clock to-night authentic intelligence reach ed this city, that a party of citizens from Kockvillo, learning that the fugitives had marched on the skirts cf their village and struck into the .Frederick r-wttl had followed and overtaken them at a place called Loo-town, where a fight ensued, the yegroe resisting desperately with clubs and stones. It was then found necessary to fire upon the fugitives. Eii'ht were wounded, two of them severely; 4JJ of the negroes immediately surrendered ; many ran to the woods and made their escape, but some of these were afterwards taken. is certain that of the fugitives were captured and lodged in Kockvillc jail. It was confidently expected that nio-t of the nc groes who fled to the woods would be taken, as the neiirhhorin farmers had turned out in great force, and would scour the country. The woods near ,Lg- town, w here t e battle was fought, were ceinp'ctcly surrounded. Pikf. Akkf.st of the lv knpiakv a xf.u Pr. FENrE. On the Pith ult., a lire occurred at Athens Ohio. Jim1"c Parker's dwelling house, and out houses and the buildings occupied formerly by (ieo. L. He.vitt, were consumed. The Marietta Intelligencer says: Swn after the fire in Athens, the supjosed incendi ary was arrested and tal-en before two justices for ex- animation. His counsel, V. m. all, came, inio me court room' brandishing roArg.' mo m tVosi declar- ".C . c-,.1rlir lnnnnil rM t tif till irtil Jl Yld ha ftfll in V of action of the DeWracy who elected him. Upon in? m casa he was attacked he wmdd use them the known principles and avowed public policy of the President, as presented in his Inaugural Address, and in his public acts before and since the election, there can be little dinger of any serious division among the Democracy. "4 Measures, not men," is the De mocratic maxim; and, acting upon it, they are not only strong, but invincible. It is by reversing thir. mixim, and indulging in sectional jealousies in ref erence to men, and the desire to elevate sectional or pcrson-il favorites as the successor of .Mr. Polk in the Presidential olfice, that our real dinger of divisions consists We say now, as we have heretofore sid, that it is premature and unwise to consider or agitate the question of the Presidential succession. Mr. Polk hns avowed an d arted. and will continue to act, uiMn not to nermit the course of his administration to interfere with, or influence, the selection of a candidate of the Democratic party to succeed him. That important duty he will leave to ho performed by the people, unbiassed arid uuilitlueiiced by his official action. Can any portion of the De mocracy otyect to this course ? It is just and fair for all, and Mr. Polk will sternly adhere to it; and he rniy safelv intrust his own reputation to the guanlian His obiect was to overawe court, witnesses and op posing counsel. .Mr. Welch, the prosecuting counsel, was furnished with a small syrin which he loaded with water to the muzzle, placed 0:1 the end of the table opposite the hore p.stol advocate, and by his 'esliculations intim:ieii mat ti:e sinn ng irons uau bjtt'er be handled carefully, for h re was, a weapon of defence that wouldn't miss miter, though the pistols tniht miss fu r. The people shouted, and Win. W all, Ks'l-. lHked as if he would be glad to crawl into his own vest pocket. The court directed the sherilf to lake the pistols into his possession, ami Mr. Wulch, although preferring to retain hi weapon, said he would gic it tip as directed by the court, and accord ingly handed it over to the ofiicer. It H thought that Win. Wall, Hsu,., will not hence forth attempt to intimidate courts, witnesses or coun sel with horse pistols, certainly not when Mr. Welch is about with a squirt-gnn. I'kt.ak of Natu uf.. The Sinthern Cultivator has the following from a correspondent: On theliDili of March, I 1ml a tum that fouled a mule colt, for rolls. I ,1. not know wlirn.T-cqil 11; oi ship, nntf the success of his administration into the' full si.c, though de;id. when I lound it, N.itu tw.MH.r- haU. of the great constituting a large majority led bends and nrckr co.umg ban, omely out of one of the people-the disinterested Democracy ef thrj perfect body, without nny defonnitN , and each Im ad Union. The republican partv, as a U,dv, look to the and neck as large as we would supjc ; the ; body . .1 . - .1. e. . ..r rl.t ! .rivt? had it hut one. I had It skinno! illy rs I co j;ood of the community, to result from the success of the existing administration ; and, Innig disinterested, will not permit that success to be embarrassed or defeated by sectional or jK-rsonal jealousies, growing out of premature considerations of a selfish character, concerning the succession. We know, and we confide in, the people. The President may safely throw him self and judging from what he has done thus far in '-..,..,11,' I mold, nnd stnlfed with bran; and tins US IH.Ul.ljf UJ - - was done in the presence of Dr. 15. Ilea ; nnd on ex amination, he found it had two hearts nnd two stom achs connected with one set of intestines, thus fir furinin" two distinct organizations, partly separate, as in the bends and necks, then blended in one body, ..nriinllv through a part of the internal organs, and self upon the then strangely united in one, as to the balance, such as disinterested masses of this great people f r support ;' intestines, legs, iVc. and wc have no doubt they will give him their sup port, m carrying out the great Democratic policy . AY 0. V. LAWSOr. ' ' What meanj thi solemn githeiing Upon a festal dny ? 1 x Or what hath clothed this mhjhty crowd In funeral array ? It is a Nation's Jubilee For the day th.t gave im birth, That flung yun banner to the bnezo The pioudcst fl;; of earth : Then what hath changed the Fotil wieth To the cypress of the dtad lit notes of j -yous mudc To the match's solemn ttcad. I it a 5iiit with dnk wing; That tloVcth midit the crowd; Or bear ye to the tomb omc king In yonder atdc sduoud I ) What wcic Mdcerf hi renown, Or what hU fame on earth; Wotc lie a loyal diadem j : '. : Or the wieath of human woith ? t, Freemen only hnor Ihtu The nolle and the bold, It is a WARHiuaV foon in du-t ! It is a If end's moulJ ! , . And well !hit funeral mp become, The memory of Iii name. Who on the whi Iwin 1 wings of War Sustained our country's fame ; Aud well becomes a iuthu'ji picf For her il!utiious dead j , O, ill, to-day, would seem Joy's wieath Around hei tiunni iu head. And would jc know the Hero's name, t' read on lletuy's page ; M is foremost on the ioIN of Fame, As Statf.sman, II mo, Sage. Tin written on our yeais of p;acc ; And on our mighty wais ; 'Tis ttactd iion our coutitiy 's ihitlJ; , AnJ gia en on her St us. 'Hie Indian, in his amtu crJe Has he nd that dieadful name, dermyed. Though pit with fl od ami fiet rund; Impetuous Mill the vengeful foe. Dash the rude innipait t.i the giouud And strike the uiutderous avage low. Let Taladcga's field attest What its !hid.wy ej piet knote, Kmuekfau and the !hue She Hend ; W here ihe f ciy lime of the (.'n eks irpoe, An I the blood-dyed Talapoosa llo-vs. Dut I'.imc hath yet a luncl wreath For his victoiious brow. Of bitliter hue and greener leaf Tlnn blooms for any living cldcf That Kaitlican boast of n v. 'Tw is m m, beneath a southern sicy, Where a noble city, ccntrhies. old, ('.lints Lack the sun in hoevif gold, And the "Kmlless Ktver" nisl'ps by. - " ! Twa in rn. And a blasting vision meets f.ie ey?, Wcf for that rity doom ! With plume and pinion wiving high, The invadii'g foe is come ! Anil iiunilu'i inj twice live thousand more, Than the opposing fotce up ut that shore f Though many a biavc Kenluck ian Wa Iheie with bis uneiiin gun, And fiom the homes ofTeuneee Went her high beaited chivalry... Iut a haughty, ptou t, unvampjished foe Was matshallcd on the plain below. Thete weie the vfctois of llusaco, " Ali J f I'al.n era's plain ; And the lemnant of Albucra All met in aims again; Crowned with their living tautet Fr m the bio d-icd fields of Spain: Twin brotheis they, in fame and aims Of the ronpieroi's (.f Wateiloo, Who set the seal of Destiny ' 'ii (!alliaN overthrow ; Wl o dished fiom tbe glowing heaven Napoleon's fiel)' star ; And snatched her idol favoiite. From Fortune's flaming car And v.'ith'an adamantine arm Stayed Europe's giinl war! Ard theic was fear. within that city. Atid tenoi in each home: For a brutal, savage oliieiy IIa I sp Ue its fearful doom. To the riot of Wai'i"W' They gave its mansions fair, ' Tu death the vanquished fofcmah, And '.beauty" to Despair ! But there was a flod in Heaven Theie was a llero on the Earth, With a gallant fan! atound him Of Freedom's generous biith. 0,'thfn it was, thy li n-heait, Though flumleiing now in dust, In il undaunted bravery Woj m ll.n Hill vi liul. Thy gallant band, with faultless skill, Marshalled in .stern anay ; With buin.ng hearts and tlasbing eyes Await the comin f.ay. As comes the ocean tempest Over the shuddeiing main ! As c fries the diead tornal Over the trembling plain ! So ca'ne that foe to battle ; So iu-hed their ?err ed hosts ( But what avails the ocean storm Agiint an iion coast ; Or-wht the will toinado's wrath When mountains cros its fienzted path ? One moment and that goigcous tioop Unbroken met the eye, With glitleiing aim-, and toin5 plumes, Ai d banneis streaming high : The next a goiy, slaughteud mas, They strew the fieM with dain; Or wlicelii g fum the dreadful pass Retreat al ng the plain Or madly forming in the rout, Advance to lly again: Theie was no tiuop on earth that ciuld Withstand th:it iron lain, Tint issued fiom the npposirg line I.i':e stieatn of fnefi'.'tn spiingin mine, In sheets i f living f. ime ; Incessant hulled with deadly aim ; Destructive as the lightning's llah ; lustlos as the thundei's crash ; Iuipvtuous as the fiery tide That lulls down Etna's burning side ! As a gallant ship before the blast, L'igei by the tempest fierce and fast, iler stieatnrrs to the wild wind cast, Descends the mountain wave, l' nennst, ious of the rock ; ...When first she. feels the shock, And ree her yawning giavo ! Ittels bath war. J fiern the dieadful .Toke, With mast, and spar, ai d cordage btcke, With shattered hull, and shivired deck, An iutint,an t inevitable wreck, Hut ere with giant tluoe she dies. In dread I coil, anddumb surprise, A moment stands above the tide, As if to scan Iter foe Then paits upon the waters wido Oi sinks to gulfs blow. So came that foe, so met the rock, So backward ireled beneath Lhe shock, And like the fragments on the main. Their shattered aimy strewed the plain ; And eic to midday rode the sun, Sew Orleans's gloiious field was won. And high on that immortal scroll Thit waves from I. lor) 's d izzli' g goal, Among her loftiest sons of Fame Was wiitten Andhew Jackson's name. CovtNGTON, July 4, ISlö. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES Irlarion County. For Revresvxiatnes' iY' E' R- WIION, uepreseiuaines, NAT,rL R WEBBER. For County Auditor, ttATHANIEL UOLTOX. For Assessor, A IURA WELLS. For County Commissioner, JOHN McFALL. 1 OtrTlic following is a list of Dculwratic cand'ulatcs for Representatives in the several c ov.ntics mentioned : Co unties. AlUn, Itirrlhohitiiew, HlackfoTd, Well rtnd Huntington, Bonne, Carndl, Cans, CJaritc, Crawford, Clinton, Dubois, Dearborn, FJkhart, Fountain, Frank Ii n, ijoVd, (ilhsoU, (ireeu, Harrison, latnillori, llefidn ki, Jar hti Ml, Jltlllills, Johnson, Knse iu;ko and WhilleT) Lawrence, iMoiilgoinrry, . Miiuiii and Wah toh, Älurgüii, Monro, Marshall ami l'lilloii, Nohlo and Lagrange, Orange, 1 ""') I'iUh, 1'ortcr nnd Lake, I'utuam, Switzerland, .COlt, Mij.tbn, eriiiilliun, Valn:igloii, Cimdithihrx. F F. Uanda!!. Lpliraiui Arnold. David 11. Turner. Hiram Blarkstoiie?. Henry I. Ted ford. ('yriiM Taher, i John 8. itnorison, (irorge fJreen. J. II. Brown. Vilsoti cavsright. Jilih Donntdl, ( William I. uihi, K. D. Slater, ( James II. Lane. Samuel T. Clymer. John How in. in, I Hugh II. S ott. I V.. D. Crook.hank, ( l'iin;r Wiley. Juhn joiwsi H mil If Miller. Dr. Skinner. F. M;l!ea, m. Safl'.T. Robert Kiiuhi rliti. John (!. Fünght. I. MooiH'y. Dr. Hill. Dr. W lh: 4 'David Ilijipey. ( (Jeu. W. C'arr, I D.i v id S. Lew in. L .aiiuiel I lerron, 1 llenrv T SPECIAL NOTICES. W. W. Wick, Will address a many of hit fellow citizens as may at tench, tit the following timea and places, to-vit : Whhetiab's, do., July 2(3, 10 o'clock, a. m. flarksburSli,do., 2 o'clock, p. m. It 19 respectfully j-crpiestcd of those friends of Judge Wick wfrn take thh n'pel-, to give notice, by written ud tcrlisemcnt'or otherwise, ol the above appointments, in the proper neighborhoods. The above aro ..proba-hly all thn appointments Judge Wick w ill have time to make nnd till in the above untried counties. Other appointments will he made hereafter for other cotinties,vliich the friends will kindly make as public na possible. ltclicioits A'lir Thn Kev. J. N. I'uk'si.v .f iUv .Ttsociatc Rtformtd 'Presbyterian Church will picach in the County h'emiiiarv; on tfabbalh, tho tfiU inst.,.,nt 4 oYlork, V. M. M"r. I'resly comes as a Missiow.ry, representing tho above named Church. 'I' w? I. J dill JWIoo. Iti lij itiiiti llenton. A. M. Detnvan. J. IWi;h r. Jepli Rohhiit!. Thomas L. Wilson. Joe! Vande veer. James C. Fmlceott. I'ot fit I.Og.'lll. Ah x.i mh t Mr Don tin Id. C J.iines II. Farmer, l Noury For rest. lid ward Btirtid. SainiM'.l Divi. t'. T. JurkMUi. Lli is N. Krnald.s. ( William Shank, ( Henry C. Monroe, Wo slnll rontinno this list as mk.u as wc obtain the necessary informati hi to enable us to do o. Eifcmry Notice. The first tlniuqtirrinial I'xhildtion of the Hatonean Siciety of Indiaii.i Anbury Unier!iiy,.will beheld in the College Chaofl on Tin sday nflernoori, August I'Jlh, nt jialf niter '. o'clock. The annual Valedictory perform Mires will lake place in the Soeiely Hall n Monday the Irflh, at 3 o'clock, I. M. The Iru-nd- of the Institution are jesperl fully invited to attend. A I! former members of the Society will be warmly welcomed on their return 0 the Halls of their Alma Mah r. JOHN W. CHILDS, Cor. Sir. i f the Plutonenn Socitty. (inr kmc as rt.E, July Id, lr.43. .... . . V . . Is;i:tc Sm.lli Is our authorized ajjent to cdi'.nin sulrribeTS and reeeipt for p.ivMients for the ;iine, until furtlier no tice. IV ho li;ts loi:iil it? Last Saturday or Monday I h t a three blade, white- hnnvlh'd . pockf-t knife. Ot'C.-f the blades is broken. It wr rohably 1't on tl.:- bank of the riv- cr. Whoever will return it; schall be rewarded. (.i . . . C. Tin .Until 1 1 IV fi I li Cont.iny Of AVW 1 Ol Ii. 'UIII.S Institution, during Hie mtMi ot Juui', jsstied N nitty new vMlHilniiiiiv), ivTIiT?ir5TiTifrrr. .av isutuun tiimimiiiisjfjji.i i iiivahiiitile incilicinc mi in'arctl from an ritm.iv prao ice of actenil yean in a liilicis climate, and i nrrir known to f il if cnriHfT T nrr and Jgurt or an) of ilic diittici tUivr namr. '1 lir who are ulTtniip; I mm diMaMcuf tint kiml, a Im tho ioTi4v Ik conn- invalid fruiu tlx ir fTV it iikii llif coin'ituin-n, i ill rind the India ( lu.lapopie a must invaliiahl n nwily fr uri fin tin- IiKmmI, and iliorongtily tlauii from the )uni llic ntor bid (tri ctkof a Ui lion climate. 1 lie woinlc i ful ih ration of the Clio'ajocie in eratüeatinf bil from the Ininian )ii m,can onl) explain in extraordinary ajeney in the Md), thoroiili and pi rtnatH-iit cure of f-v r and ague, and the various grades of iuit rmiti tr.t and rt uiitunt fcrcn. From Ihm. Ro Wili, f nllfd S'nfes DuJr'ct JuJji f.ir'JLkt Dutrtrt , vf .Michigan. Mr. Edirnrd ll nUmn. I troi'. Ort. 30, 1841. liar Sir W. ill pn-at J.Uaiiri' I tat' Ihr fact of ihc cumpMe and radical cure of tin- Korr and Ague with which tny aon Wil liam wan aitackid, by the iioi-, ni miaut tu din ciiont, of Dr. 0 r !'! 1 ml ia t'tioliroirtK-. lit- bad a m vi re an atijick at I ev r wimd, and I aj'jift h tub d a b-op winter it thi dieae, which watM'nie eair tliecae li'ii I r-.itd al lceuiiith. Mut I a providi miatl) b d tniiotive your adsertiM nient in retalton to this nn du iiM ib teriiiiin d to try il, ai.rl the um- of one lioltle broke ibe dii-Mv, and I am e nfidi nt has H' en d a radical cure, a tw iioiiOi lute now tlMd w iitiout a reium of , and nijr aon 1 the enjo) m nt of i bot Inalth. It it an imaluablr m dir ine and fthonhi m g:it rail) known. HOSS WU.KIN'H. J o M -M h. mis ami 'I'raikTS. 'InCleiks, To .Pirelli, To lrokern. To Manul. i turer, , . ! To Ibnikfeller and rub'ixlierx, To I ion .M:tler, To I lenll-t. To Teai lier, To (mreM, Tu e'lt rj;) ii. en, in 4 3 o I 1 i'u I'll) i Li", I n Li ) eis, Tu .Met li:iiiiiK, Tu AiOj, Tu Hjie'rtrco, I'u l'reii'enl of a Hink, I To :i.-liu-r, do I o I.eotlellK'fl, Tu I. idle, Liven insured. 3 4 e I l f. OpThc followiiiu; is a list of Democratic candi dates to fill vacancici in the State Senate, so far as we have beard. Districts. " - (ni'U luh s. . Warrick, .''peiicer and Terry, Mason J. Howell. r.lkhart, Kosciusko and Whitley, Abraham Cuppy Harrison, ticott und Jaeksnn, llxtholomcw and Jennings. JoÜuson, Del.iwure and (.rant, 111111 im, Monroe and llrnwn, Hooik! and Hamilton, Veriiullioii, Nathaniel Alhertson. lllishn (. Ilnslish. lletlian II. Harbour. I'rartklin Ifudin. Andrew J, Italian. John 1 1 . MoherH. V ilium Herr) . It im mau. Henry lluatetter. Criilifii' ff Ulli iße vh Ihr st yrhr'in'rv ami nt Ihii J.itr. Data. A'o. nf l',iluir n.urj. ir. Itrr'nla. l.x t'j'p. .Im'l Iit'd. jjuui.irv :ii-i, i.-ii s i.ii." 7 v-j", .1 1 4 '.t"..'j;:t Jmie3J, :li y-,:i5 I3:,.VJJ IncreaT since lA I'tb'y. PivvrL llisr, Ferretaiv. Mimti hm l'i, riiyiifi.ui, ,Y1 Hrrildr-y. .7,: n,y)i $.-rG.ni9 .M . K( ) i: I NMJX , rreaide nt . 15-fw 1 lint riet. I'irst, Second, Third, i-'ourlh, I'ifih, Sixth, Seventh, ftrghth, Ninth, Tenth, Robert Dal; Owen. Thomas J. Henley. Thomas Smith. hoi 'b im; 4 ro i aes. tl.Wl fcf sät pie I!-! pi;ilily of Cerriian Anber brnrnl Unit in r (Yifi.,nad mil rrs are invited tu examm tlieni Iw lure niir-liaiii2 : lor uieir iiuaiuy l re.t r to .Mr. IC. u. I luleilull, . IuIi.ui:iim1is. W.M. JOHNSTON. N. P.. corner of Fjinli and Walnut streets, t'lntiiuiuti, "hin. I."-4w JliW lVI. FBHOSK wliorr juiion mt.it i ll Ok- .'praeter of Jew David' JL or II bio lli-terund r:Mii 'illwiil doubt b ! pi. id to I-niii tl.ut auoilit-i- larre liiiiment ba i.itl. ru rcied b tb t ravel ii ii aeiiM w lio aie now pri jcir d lo firi.i-b local gt UM w iib f'fiJi npliea imtui dinielv. 'I be immeii-e riii:intil ie of i b e ail tin obl, a rv proof nt'n out of their itiei i..r meilual iron a. Yet lioiiltl there ! an iucredulont u or c!ai; T, it r of atlltrtioii w lu in toll, rinp niuli r all the In rror td' urn- fituk, RUemutitittn, Stated i'Hins. or nrnk'uMt, I'mn tn the tulc ur bit tt, Swi Hi i,h't, luiitot t, Kiirt l'.vil, Oe. (H of wlntb llui pU-n r m blom f.ii! to cure,) or willi DijtHjmin, L'fr jitfectiun, frit.;, (fit I rire, liiv nnU .1t;ur, .v (., oi mi) or on iiaei ittu; oi :('iiuie in iinimritr ol i lie bliM.il iirenla'iiiK tloid", (f'.r (be a.oibiiii eine of wliieb ibiüi I'iUh have Im cone ipii lar,) tor the tit of iiili we w ill s 1 1 1 j 1 1 a I w xtraci ol letter owing liie eitiinatioii in which lbeke i ieiluine are I. eld, where known Iiutianaixili. April 4th, I-15. tear. D. Harter ft Co. (lent. You will plefjie find Ii I .. Ixixe Heliiew riater ami 6 d"Z boxe l'eriaii lilN, iinuieIii ly. 1 he deiiranu couliuiiej preat and we liaii iloubtleia tell a large cpiüiitit) l Iii Min. Yours rei ctfully, JOHN J.'OWSI.KY, DrtieciM. Newtown.Ja , Apiil ICih, IS45. Mersr. I). Harter Co - C.ent. 1 woii'd uy that the Hebiev I'la'ler "lid l' ii:iii 11 1 1 a coniinue to fo oil' line. "Hid m we are ntar lv out of pill-J ou.lat Jieiter fo nd Mime by t be atiuje driver. 1 doubt not iliai I In :ii tli'. iiie uill iH-much wantid thit a.n a everybody i cal inp lr it. liioia truly, JUH.v MICK, Jr, ' Cra ford vi Me, la., Jan. 27, lrt5. Me r. I). Hart rand Co CJent. I Laveaold out marly all the Inrpe opiily of the jutly eeb hrated It brew I'lamer" and Per- I n II I'll I. too fon.i.l..l fl.n-.. ..-..- . -ii. I 1 1 MOIlIU IK we. I lu I evp me weil anppiieu, a I tind call for lue mediciiit t mcreusmg Wiiitewatek Valley Canal. Wo linvc tore- la',.v ,,, ,. - , ' ' . . e . . . I would lu re Mate, '.bat I have no article m my drtip rore that ronl vet further nv;n;s in our vrks ot internal im- Ki,e u ner -tiaciioii than the Mtibit w i'!:iSI r' anil 4ir !iaii pn've:incnt. The packet and frek'lit bo;t Mail, Cant. r-". . , noaii s. thumpsox. i iv ii' .. .-:. .. r :ii t.wt , -i "-""H' , i-., J Till If. V,t'lHII, nlllVllI IH'111 tiiIllllinwiM-, uiiiiuiiu, C r.2leslon. Caleb II. Smith. William V. Wick. John W. Davis. Joseph A. Wright. John Peltit. Charles W. Catbcart. Andrew Kennely. .Tress. Opposition . K. Wilson. Ito.er' ?Iartin. J 5 John Finley. J. H..F.Iey, Kli I. Fanner, i;. W. MeGaughey A. L. Holmes. S, C. Sample. 1.. (J. Thompson. (TjVc are requested to announce JOHN V. HAMILTON ts a candidate for re-election to the oflice of Auditor of Mi ri n county. . ytertlay niorniti'j! The canal, therefore, is cxin "pleletl from this city to that place. Tho di!fli!ru ftein Cincinnnti to (.Vr'nersvillc is : From Cncinnaei to North l'ciul, Fnm North 1'eml to Harrison, From Harrison to llrookville, Indiana, From llrookvillc t Latin 1, From Laurel to Connersv.llc, 1G y is 15 U 10 J'leae tend ;ai.i.ac;hku tr wa.ltkhs. Wo learn from Mr. Collins that six or rinht miles more of the canal will bo etmipletetl Vithin three or four w orks. This will carry tho invitation up to the Feeder Dam, beyond Conncrsvilh, and leave j-oine se ven miles to be done to finish the line to Cambridge ! Very soon,' thcrprohvwu.FliTill have daily couiujuniea tion with t ie heart ol one ot tho richest ailcvs m Indiana, or the West. Cin Cm. Me?M. n Harter pud t'o. eein. At il:e nfjnent of imiuy, who ate anxiously awaiting liie arrival of a nt v.ipply of yytrr ree brau d "Ileluew 'la.er" ami 44l'erian IMU"' we w rite von the tr. ci ml I one :iv tn thai we are out. WelMve lrefiKnt call. for both 'alter ami rill, winch ren.Ier iremial nao.ljcoon U another lot iuiiTjediatelv ami oblige V....r .-. .I.'. I- A I I ivrivutoin M t . " W . fVJ 4 a'4 llbKimfu bl F.dar to. Ill , May 14, 1644. 1 , Mer. I. Harlot ami Co. We have old all I he celebrated brr w l'Uler ami I'erOau l'ill I f I wiihiia Jew ilq'jt ao. ill )uu please neutl u 4 or i I"Z mure immttliatel). Hen'K-ciliilly, O. r I). HAII.KY. ' , . .uimi I, July 8, 1M44. Mcri. T. 'arter ninl To. (lent. We have Mild all ibe ibrew JIaT?T h ft w iib ii and 'liiere i f't-M call for it we widi )ou to mill tif at IihI 2 or 3 do More- ami al.o ! doy. f (he Ieriau pills. Yoiir.rt ptiilully, L'SSKY 4'(;0S. It I0..1 1 field, KdfrarCo. III., Ma) 27,1844. Mer. D. rier and Cu. (ieiu. I he 1'itU and l'laier you nt. Vi, c liiie tu hau! iu food order. We have an inert aed demand for tl e tit ;iud it proniin to f tijtt rc de all other kind of mt nirint in tin vicinity. O 4- I). HAII.KY. Hardiu-burg, la., Sept. 3, 1S44. ' ter. 1 art'T Co. Sim. Your il;rv,w. jl!.ter you left w iib Po- lu eil h alj 0 d out iiu- lime Mii'.f. 'l iie l'erian l'ill ae all o d bin a rt 'v toe. P.olb riater find Till give general .nli-laction. I In ic n iii 1.1 In an inert usiuj demand lor b-illi ar ticle, iutirs veiy repitUully, JV.MF.S McINIOS. Wi!li:imiol t. lu., Sept. 27, IS44. 1. .ii t r and Co. Hear S11 1 hae obl all the reraiau l'ill From llvn. STLrntt V. It. Tnow proncr, ef Michigan State Senatt. H.t.vti..Hw, Ilrt. 13, 1641. Mr. IU111, -ham Yiui wi-li m- 0 inlorm jwi w hat 1 know-fir Dr. O-pot il' IikIm CboIriio(,ue, or ami lulioiia nitdit iue. I do Ik 5iee ibat t4" On vii no- and t flicaey of f Iii me.lieine were ih rait) known, (lie I -in and Jzur would dappear in M tbian. I pn curtd a ln.ole 111 ibe iniui f IH4I, and have reaaon lo tu I. . tl.at iinjf auti J.111. ih, tsr,rd the ffjtif 'a.t 'J-ring in rn- 11 qui 111 r tif iln ue. I't rli.p no iiniin r iure ibe ftb ment of tin fine m innular lia the fever and acueh.fii o tent a lh HI. I liave ir.m- nit nth d tb'o mediiiiK in no im r:iy vi:" änr p, and alien ibe dirae bad In come fixid and tn.Hd tb-.1 st.i.i f pby.il ian j and Ae never I noun it Juil ' It haa university producid ibe noi-l happy I lh if, and I Uheteitba never Iieeii i"'d bj - any nittliciur iu rem-v iiiif the biliout li a of 'be rlimaU . , Yotir re-jKcllully, fe.1 tl'llr.N V. If. I l.fJWIIKIIJGJ;. f Vina Hun. V.. I'tltMHuliIH, ChunccUiir vj the Slate f .Vttkijfn. Hcikoit, Marth U3. If 42. Mr. i.ihi fi'd nit'zltrtm, Ihrpht, Ihtioit. Sir 1 have niaile ut- of 1i. hk1" India bolan;iie and hart bad oH itnniti of wiOH ii j in alutary t lb eti when tiaed bjr . .. " j ,,, r, 1 Im lave II a most valuanie imoiciue nir uirrurr; jtrrw ft ml tiaiue 1 a od al4u O.al il pi)u.r ne w ill prove a m'f rrrrarr. . . . .. ..!'! I... I 1- .... fiuvciifivr Kr;m' l'riin.e, ij vii-ji t.n"i. yt utll cuil with il aiv liable. Very rir-pi.-ti iu;t K. FAHNSWOKIH. From I.etif Abbott, M. ., late Sr?rcn fitted State .Irmf. I'lTKOIT, Oct. I, I?4l. To F.ihvntd Dinshnm, F.'., .Irnt for the tale ef the .. CA- Uigoguel du beiiby certify that I have used the India ChvUgtrKUt; prepared bj C bar 1 1 t)H.d, M. 1., fr mit rmitt nt fever, and it ba 1 ACeed. t mv nu.t aiipuine t 1m ttal ioii in the corrof aid ditcae.- I li r l a t t nl-l. i.ee iu rtcomoif mliii it a a peifectly aafe andbiirbl) Im 11 Ii i il n n dv and 1' f r fm r and aijue, thill fe- ver, dumb hgur, .f any .Huer I. inn f I'Me-nu'.U nt leter. I do further lelif ibat the imiiuine Las in tin vkitiiij. ana in o'iur where it ba fa -en um d, attjuind a ry binb 1 putalioiv, anJ that in t v er) cat-e win re it 11 lr. f 11 UMflfoniy know Ii dfje, :t tiaf i.iiiv 1 1 k.i lly 1 ro-Ji.et 1 a j. tilf ruif,!iJ rvt . rd t tl c mo.i jnr fect bealih, when all oibir rtmedu have iail.u. lt. peetfull) your, LUCIUS AllBOTT. 1'riecKl 50. sobi in Cincinnati, ()bi, wbob-ale and retail by SANKOItO Fi I'AHK, pener I aj-enfa ft-r the W et, at their A tt ern Dtp.! for the .:il(- of vabiabV Ka.vily Modicine, i.rtb-eat corner of Koui th and Walnut trf t. - Sold b) IOMLIXSON 11 IcO t II V US, n.Hnna pHij.T " '. " 4t ViilarS SS.tlstiim ol" ilil 4.'l rry! Will Mit'tc'ts utter aas?! More evidence of its s it iisiirj 1,'ulth Restorative Yirlw s .' ! ! z 3 q 3 ? q q rVfm I Ir. Buker, SpungßeUl, H ashinton e. Ay. Mi'ori-. Sauford l'ai k. Springt Id, Ky. May 14, 1844. (i,m I take thi opportnnit ) of mfoi mini on of a niot rt -markable cure petbirintd upon n.e b) the ueof 'Dr. Wiitar'a Bai amol Wild Cherry.' ' ' ' In the year l! 10 I wii taken with an it.tlammatien of tin- trow el which I labored under fornix wetk wl.ni pi aduälly rccoer. lu ilit tall of l?ll I wc attarkeil with a "i vt re cold, w Inch rätf d itelf upon my lun ; and fulr ilie ipace yf thrte jear ! wit con fined t my lxl. 1 tili I all V'!!-1 '' ' """1 .t'eitn t, and evry variety of medical :iid wi'bool U in lit ; und tiiu I wiarinl a loop OMtil the v. inter f lll, wbtn I luard of "ll'istar't V.altnm cf Wild Chriry.n My liieiid pirni:u!td ine to pire it a trial, thouih I had pien up all hope of recoviry and bad piej-arid mjfcflf f..r the ehangr of Hnother wot I.I. '1 hrotirrb tlx ir nulicitation I wa induced to rnaWe I iUf i.f 1 lie C.rnuine Ifittar'i Botsam vf Wild Clierru. The effect i 1 . :.. , ..c U'.cl. vv u i.,i,e:u uu uuvoriiM mnu 111 oin; ... ml. .--..- n . ft ,,.,. .,, . ..1.1 ,M. ,., , m , ,.,. ,,. illtofl paji'TS of a sale at Auction ed" OllC of the oor ateonijili-lutl nuraele here, ami are in ii:ii ib tnaud. IIm'I'iII dissnnssrd U'AiV d.rkS hotisehoW .Cccts. Aim.iijf uSl " """" the art tides wc lind, lnahefjany sofa, tabic, marble top j i IiKXKZKK Kixr,. II - . , it,.. ...rr- ,, .,.1. cowimr rri!l mill 'Cilice ine aoove . iter wa n ft ivt ti, ue luvt ireen iiil.irmeil i.y liijou table; mahogany nx:hisi, sewing, r.n.i ni1" j K. Hri.llt o.e e.eai .i ... ol. .!,..v., r. y..... i.irli.r i-li'iiri- tun hnfri ll(r oarlor Writi'lLT tk-f-k aild riian IniiiL'):!! Ü who f..r iHveral monili hatl been coi.liiM-d 111 ii- i- . 11 . . .1 ...l.ln vvinlridu. a dni'ieiiid rani, from tti a'travald caeof inllaniniaiioii in the ellitie timing tables; inaliojimiy d tiblc warurobe . a J ttWriUK ,; lmfltl9 b.iMi. AHer;.ap..i)i..? every remedy with centre draws, mahogany no Oi tl-teaü, IliailOr- obin Iii nach, without nctiviui any limiu, lie comm. ncfcii u , . 1 1 ,.l,nirc Wi Iimii 1 ine- ilit- Pei'iau l ilN," and bad ued tbfiil but a short tune v hen any waslistands and seats, cane seat chairs, llton , ..V,,,,. Un h...., ami i.. beam, ucauu- permauenti, re nod tufted rujrs, line tnrltr, cl amber and stairs car- j j.,aM,i. 1 1 1 , . . .;;.;, IT,:.. If.icr. c Merchant and other can Ik- npplu d at 0' ual rale of I) i- pets and rods, radiators, hninh Ihm Malrtsns tti jj ou,i;v :n.i i)Avii!c:t.tio-r.Ai, in.i.;.,,ai,oi,, chamber and bed curtains; hall, mantle and as'ralj K 0;,u, c;rteni.. 1.1 ; Js-1. Maii.uk s Co., Manviib-; wiih'am . -1 . .....'..'.-r.- ', M.ir. A mil isontow ii ; . I-', tiritn. Hiowi flnirsb ; Jat-ob L tick. lamps, line jookih- n . ;; - . . , . MtKa) A. M,Ka.M.llf iti-pon ; w. J in rich fnnnrr, hvsis, very lm dre-su o; bureau, ot.o-1 ,,)Ulit,.; j,-.m-'.ki o, l Uuiti. id . J.im iieirn.tt, Fianki loan tt itiat'-h, carted, olar, astral latnps, atiil about 1 It.VIt- ItO.il OIlCi:. fiirtv other kinds ef line artii les. This it 4he way ni-:rts(is int r mr beieiy inr.nm d ümi patmeni. will lie tl.o i,4U,r Wlii.r ollu-n holdrrs U'ilVO thci r phlCOiJ L'oirie. ill. 15-';l!l you pity them. Iy. Yeoittc.n. Diili't' tL niaile to 1011lt.11 tiT mi estimates lor Work u liie ro.nl muTll ef I t. ... -I- t f A ...... 1 11 . .1.... 1 1... ..1. . I m r I-'. I... l..IUIIIirll I'll lilt' 11 J Mf!M.l I'l . ll'.'l , F . f , ' V. .... , a v . IVs-rnYvicE 11 la Nr ks. In rcjdv to the numerous intjuiries that are made on this subject, tire are author i.od to state that these artieh s aro now under contract, and that a cpiantity of. them are to be delivery! in this city en or before the l.rth instant... Kxpeditiun will bo used in forwarding thrin to jost f Jlices, as fist ns thy can be manufactured, inspected and tested ; but as they are required to be made with prent nicety and accuracy some time mut elapse before all can bo supplied. Cn ion. arv. Am. I ami June at Franklin, Imhaii.i J W. N. JACKSU .V, Ser'y " DOC TOR EVANS. OFFU'H over Miller's Hat Hall. It. N.. X. ;toie, id ibtir east of Wasbinptori 2 w v Mv vrnorntioii hr Andrew Jackson is vcrr iJo-p. , .. ,MMi nilnllir,tv. t!iat tlicro is a house at tho I look upon him, not ns one of the prcat mw ot the , i ()lnlsl.thnt oI.-omio siA nf the' city-whieh is ut-nii-ieil liv no less than ninttrj J tnti'ie.. liie pro- 1 J.i it Kut -.UM nf t 11- rri :ilrt iiion at all tiiiie--as a tpi 1 out - ' r- - - 10.111 who, in several of tho highest and noblest tpiali ties of the huii'au cl-ractpr, has never heen suras-ed and -vho has ihro; i'itro lie tin cattle of cijual 1.1- crty than any otlur ni;m that ever lived. Mm. L- iztitr -Wt pni'tor is ;i wtunan, wIim keeps ;i jjrucrry nnd grujr- Wty in tho hastMitt nt, and inakos it a wr.ttt ii condi tio.! with all her m.sernldo ti-iiants, that they shall tmrehaso tiieir nrovisions exclusively 'l her. e al- fectionatclv in.ito the attention of thoo whoso piou Hn:vAroi rr.-It is not nerally known that after liwrts and purses are h mlinjr lor the heatl.tn in h i- the c -t, of I.MHMana L? i to France, Napole- j oi-n land,, to a scene like his in o -ry - of on appoint! tl this atCeneral (inventor .f lmi ! own city, where v and contngion run not, and itmti. He acc pt.d it w;th the secret intention of i breed undistuthed. N. 1. Mirror. his administration, he will throw himself which they approve. In the dispensation of patronage, a, most delicate Opposition- is tiik Life of TuAiK.--In the Pitts burh papers we find the following sj-inted card : Wm. Thorn ant'io'inros that he has aiteays been in . . . . .a and res'ronsible duty, devrdvetl uinm the President by tho habit of furnishing med. tue rails to the jroor. the constitution and the laws, -ind which he must reing it aimounceil by foiuc oi our oruio wai Ierform; hchasrccfi'nUed and known no divisions of the Democratic party, either sectional or personal. Iiis appointments to othee prove that he has made the selections upon the best lights before- him, with a view t'i the public service to be performed ; and that he has favored no cliques, and proscribed, no portion of Jiis they will give medicine gratis to suffering " by the fire, Dr. 1 horn takes th.s method to tfive notice that to this class he will, from this time out give dou ble doses, gratis What is Luxukv ! A candle would have been a political friends. If there be those north or south, luxury to Alfred ; a cotton cown to his Queen. Car ea6t or west who may feel distosed to complain of i pets in lieu of rushes would have born luxurious to . a his course in this respect, we are quite sure that thev will receive no countenance from the great Ixjdy of the people. It H not to be disguised that there are A cd the Henry VII; glass windows to his nobles. A lettuce to Henry the V I II. 'i, Queen ; silk gloves and stockings to Queen Elizabeth ; and so on, adfinilum. fori 1011'' an independent government; but the rupture of the treaty of Amiens induced Napoleon province to the I'nittd .States, ami Pcrnad apirointcd minister to f us country, but subseotie declined, ninl became Crown Prince of Sweden, and fubserjuently King. Iheit Pkkjis a:' i) .Immknse Incomes.. -In 1S1D, according to a statement m ohiJto 3lr. Hush; the four largest incomes in the United Kingdoih, as returned under the Property Tax, were those of the. Duke of i Northumbor'ai.d, Karl tirosvenor, the Marquis of JStairord, and the Karl ef Pridgewatcr. Thec were, the richest Peers in England, and there were no commoners whpse income were returned a3 large. They each Vei t beyond .CJ0,WH) clear of every thing, j y(cq a n.jtorious French criminal, is in London, The increasing productiveness oC the agricultural and gnthcrii!'- a handsome fortune from the Cockneys by mining industry, of England, since the f-bovq date, an ex,ifijLion of weapons which have been: used by has, it has been understood, doubled sonic of these ct.;hrateu criminals, such as daggers, pistols knives, incomes. ; life-preservers of every description, -and adapted to Kr.NcoNTitE. Col. Mcdary, late of the Ohio States- 1 inflict every species of injury. Jle shows fetter and man, has. bad a fight with .Mr. Follet, tT the. Olu hand cutis, chains ana rings, cvry. one oi State Journal. It is said Medary Hogged Füllet sc- their legend. of. crime and tiering, ome ot these lvcrcly. 1 latter were worn by Vidocq himseii. to eil the! The emigration to Wisconsin at the present time, dottp was! is Faid tobe rapid beyond all precedent. There al' iseqtientlv ' whole sections of country that are now thickly settled that a few months airo v. ere entirely u.i inhabited. Ti.; ...;..i... t. i.. n.irtlw rn r V df as the southern counties. The emigration comes principally hy the wy f the lakes, from the northern and eastern States. part of Capt. Fremont's expedition have dishand eniseKes. Ten id them have returned to St. Louis on account of their havir' beeil required to do military duty. i;.ci.; .4.aim:jiy. ' V. It i Uli Nsi i.N vvitl iii,fu h tl int inc wlntt.l at Mr. lira'-' lictrl iu lii.lnii.ijx.lis, Im Ibe niMrut tiiiifVf tbr i.unp of Itolb St.- fviu wbub will W l.iusbl itiuct l..s!iit.nat.l- mjif- oi il iiiriuv;. I;:sul' tuiiuui Inr ri.tlcuu'ii ml .ltul-tys aiol 'I'bu rsi'.nA of oatb wrt-k nt "7 nYlmk, I. M. I.;i.bf Vn Satt'inlav at J .M . and J P.M. jrl'tn-l In rointiif ire .M'ttil.y, July II, I"1!. Mr. It. W'-M l-ivp i.riv:i'; l'-t-i'ti- in tl.i u.-ims h vv a I . rc to tttttse vv lu loa v Ur- sir.' l tiikf Uiiiii, at tbfir ii r: ntr-ui f ll pirlt-rre.l. I l-lw I. I.V. ES llt liXITi 'S l l A'l i;. TfiTlt'H bi-rrby liivon III I on lltf I lib iltiy ot M:iy, is 1, Oi mult-rat-Mit-:! Itw.k imt l-lti-r ! ailuniiit-tr.il . mi llif erl.ilf nl IrfwU M-Ktiilt,' lih tif .Mnn-'ii totiiily, IikII.iii.i, t!ete.iei j saol t s l. lit l- ' fllfVf-il I" bf S;itr-Mt. IV-rmni iii.lt-l.lt-.l t.i nl ft ile are liin hy uotit.eil t.i oi-ike M meril it'lfie ini'lt r-i:"t''1 without il'-lav, ao-l om.m- Ii o iuj i i.iiius a:aiiii f-,:i'"''nto tmlilit'il In .n 'ti! llu ir at tutiiils proj i ll) '.oljiiU il for llk-int-iii iOiiii tune all.. M tl l. l:iv. I.I.I. 1.1.1. I 11 .vifrv.MJ I, July ', Hlä. li:nv :.i Ailfiiiiitnitix. S:il ! Hit lrxii:tl istlo oi Ftt'U ts 31 rfi aiilt. TOTHT is In n by civi n, iliat on Tburs-tiy , the 3!t tlay of July litMaot, Hie ekhIh an. I t liaMeJ l.. l.ii!f 'iik 01 nie rM.iu- .1 i- 1 M. IC1.111 Lite ol SI. rinn rouiil. , Itvlun t, ;ltrr;e-u, i ooci-t'iiis n. ... 11.V .u.irnioL' i;i.lZ.IU:TII MiKNITT. J ill y n i.. 1 1 aw -U an trul) a-ouiinliitiK. Afu-r five ijeat of utHictiuii, aiii and auf ftriuf; ami uftt r bav iii p i.t four or five hundred dotlari to M purpoo, jiiiif ibf bi-t anil must r fpt'Ctablt pby.iriaiu had prond niva.i.ni, I va .Min'reiori it to fu''ie b-alih by ibe bleiinof Cmiaiiltbe ut-of Dr. V i-Mr' P'.ji.H'I Wild flurry. I :.iu ot. w iijt)inj p. In alt If, ami nub i my Ittrtd aptxar-am-i.- tliHt I am no loiijvr k.i.uii vbtn I unit my former acquaint- anci. I bavo paii nt! raoitlly in vm iftbt, ami my flr-b i firm and aolid. I can now rat a ninth a any pt rn, and my lod tm to agrre with no-. I bavr ratni more during the Ut i moiiib than 1 had rati n livt- :ir Ufwrr. OiiMrirriiig in) case almost a minclf, I c!e-m it necwaarjr for the prod of the afllicttd, and a duly I owe to ti e proprietor and in) ft Cow- men (hu bt.uld know vbie rt-litf may be ld) to make this Matt nit nt pi bl'.c. May tin- bbiiij of tiod rt iion the prjrklort of valua ble a iiudicim- a NVitr"f Hal'ani of Wild Cherry. Y.'iortpictfu!ly, WM. II. BAKER, ßr-'l'ht- f.iliowiu bttvr IVihii IVH-ttr llitihey, of Franklin, Ind t whofttamW hi'li in hi n-f s-it.n, and i.mk among: the firft po'i titian ibe State, shall pak for itmlfin ccnuiu ndatiou of ti e 'titiitiinc YV.siai Itabaoi of WiKI'Cbi rry.' ' . Franklin, Ind., April 14, l?4f. Mir.Siftrd rark -i !ia've but a fe hott Ira of Wiitai1 bal sam ot" v. '.fit ilierrj rt -j inio un l.amt ol the fuat lot lurnihrd me b) mhi. 7 lu 1 1 tt.Jcire viaitcd until I had old out and had obtained ktfy I lie monry l"..r one lot Ik hue I ordered anolVrr. Put uih i tbe drmantl lor tbe aitic.e that l do nut wen to oe without it, ana am tht rehire lul to anticipate a little. I be money hr the latt lot ahall o-.- loitlieoniiiij by lite time ttir btt i i1hm d of, which, from I he sale I have ma.le lauly. 1 think will l- but a bort time. "1 he el f.ctolibe balam are in many eai Hi ikiiigty b nt filial. rlt iiiifitvvrs at qmiiii'aiiic more than auj itlur 1'i.tetit Medicine t linvc i ver k iioir n.m Almost all olh r fail fr.n trial, and nut be im ahU- tn Ik ar ibe Ut ol cm ru ucr, ton nk into ditue. rt'.,btti vrr, sertii to be mo.t bu;lily valued by lboe who hv teud ii virtue, and pt runced it hialuij Hicacy in tlu ir on can. Your ver) i ip-rt 'tiMy, J A MKS H11CIICY. l'.uel pirbol'le. Sold b SANFOHI) At FA I K, Noilli-tao rurmr i f Ftiuilli and Walnut t. Am! t-v 'I OMt.IVSON 11HO I IIK.US. Indiana ihiIi. 41 J m , , Ur. .J;; o. lSrlicras (Vlcbraied i;vi:-i LSA .M, i sricmc fob ciibo.yic, sork, .vrt.i.v- liiIic Atl'uin-Mriitiiv. t.i) ,-f.v nt:. IK t:h.s. Anion; the many rinordi.iry eure etlected by tbia Irtly wonder M p.'Non. we have room on'y A'i l!ie !low ine : s 3 h A ? tj H fKi. I. ts. "Iliinianity ind u f ine to make know n to the Cililelit of t 'lio itui iM, w Im in n l.e aiibt iej w illi the above, an astonishing core etlWtrd in three week in a rase of even yeats standing, hy tbe ne of PI'.rKi:!'.' KVi: BALSAM.' The case referred to ia that of my little Ih.v, who vvaa In.hi w iib m.S'iwf.I eoe-luU. Th it tl.iuiiuatioti roiilinuett lo uirrease, rcMsting all reinetlie, ful the apace of sevnl1 )eari. flavins heard of the teinarkable urea effected by "ttiylfer's I'.ve I5als.nn,'" an a laul fetMtrt, I iu ;te trial vf It, and am Imj'17 locfitiiy ill it ii etuTtnl a ju riiiiiietit ruie in ihrrc wrtki. I'll Mtl.r.S M Ut'l ll, I'llHi nt., 4 l..r wei ol ViiM.' S..I.I hy T' OIl.l.N."" N lUO TU I'.K--, I ioliaii.i;oiiri. '"' Touus(ii in:o nu:us Have l..en .-'inled tnJe sigt iiW in 1 ndiaiiaHlia lor the aaki f ll follow int v.iliial.li .Mnlicihes: ITi'Iti'i!! Srr:n:iriIIji, Forriitiüg P rofuli, 'Ft tiers, r.rysi, ia, 'an; rr, old and m'5rit ! jiore, Mi ri uii il Diseases!, and h!I disorders evidencing an impurity of the blood. Price $' I" er In-ttle. ij'CiriilU'y's Ointment, Called by unity " (Iridli y"s Kill Bhrttm t'afrif ai,"from l' entire mai d ry over all 7 W r, (or Salt UIk uiii,) itrf ite ad, Iii rm, etc. Pore ?." ct. h U'ttle The St:itc; ol Iiuli:ui:i ilsiucuc k Cuiiii ri,v. lliiiiiilu N Vrrlalilc Oiiitmeiil, Fol the i ore of "rll.l., 'eir. .o arueie ia capamr iu itmir ri"- d moie a.iiiiiial !yad.i.!ed f. the relief and tlioiough cure of thta I v. . In tiii lUxt t.t h flu. nri'.M UT, Aec.f'T Ti.nv, MI.V vein..... t.....u...... -....I i I,... n., 1 1. .iii.iii v.botiefor the use ol i r-1" Josvpli Ami. ri..i v l .bn Justice. j di-lres-i n di-ea-C Pi it e 1 Hi a jar. fvrrifH .Vt.ir!iiurn t a'J- 1 Ii'la l,!' '' .Tl.lll 1 Hl I VI ?. F-r nnk hiuks, mvtri in JA . i . . i inn i .a f..ri uu attj'hm.iii w a For n lu-vnii! I.l . el everv ur.iii.iiou. ll) oi rtu. ...... .-, r ;....! .T .. ..... .v.,. ,r. .nvioalHD- lt.t d out of ibe ollice ol ihr cl Ik ol in" 1 1 -. k viii'.o ...n . : llC Sl,if. l,rrar, anu au nun n-r.o- - ,-'- - ind pleaant to wei; and thoee v. no onwo" lt. Iliälülll!1 tif ihr.tid Mnnia-ut and Huchanaii Im file lor the it of aitl And ron. aiul anl w pi hath bet fi n luem d m i red by at- ; la.biiiiT the wi half -f the noilli wet fp:arier of seclion l.i,(2) . r .arv. .1 f ? it.t rolii.iiiir lt Uf -' iiilown hiii Mi ii 3) noriii oi i.-s- ' -- L . : i. .i i. i e ..r I... ....I Ii -:i l n turlrr nf It'l-iind innre or lr : ait. iiu- a na.i ft - --- . " N. three ( t) in tnwnhip No. tilot n in range t t ao, coui,aiiiiii " u iet more or le ; aUo ibe anuili iliv ision .f the eal halt of the null avt o.iaiU r of m ct ion Nu. 34 m lown-bij. lfi, north .f raupe 7 msi.eoiiiainiuK 15 acre mure r I ; ' ,.f linenfuld ; al-o lUe a-l half ! ibe imrtlt rl quarter and m.uib cKlhatI f the l.urib ast niiarier of M-rlioli 1 1, tow liihi No. la. in ranee 7 a-t : all of raid pi-opti'l) -Huaie hi Ilantmk county, aonrai eil and valued at eleven bundled d .liar ; the id joint Ju tiee i hervbv iiolitied and .reipiired ! appear and I fend the aid vrit f f-reikii aiiachmeiu bebue the Judgvaof the Hancock circuit curt on the lirt .lay il their m l term tt be hobleii at the Court Hou-e in the l..wn t.f ( reel if. eld in aid county ot Hancock on tbe 3,1 Monday in An ul next, or the nie will be heard and deterinin J. Ti.:j. V. ...- ' JOHN I1AGKK.C.1I.C.C. 1CU III Ml if.- m U iit - Waltolb, All') a. l-W.4wia ji1iati..n nootiiins hem w ill buy m aber. Piire only 12; el. jrj'Ilr. Sldiliwi-ailiti'' IIrp:ilic TJiir, ,H ll.e cure of lircr tVwii nt ' ineulinaiuJlK'i cobil.ni. Price I Ü -i l-t- .,'.. aTlrvMH's AiitMlyno coi.ii.ii, 111,1, recoiiitnemlcd by the Medical M.l., uZ Known for H.arrh,,, WXT?'. it .iii-iiiuin Tai oolhrr, IU " a-..--- - .j-...,eaae.lM ii m in cure inr 111- .....a iiUlf For liie Tl" l H-A Kret-rot. or e4lrr tninute IteMflc-,.. vr...r.... ... - - . p.irecl powmons and dcleleikHi. drug, a w"' aboUle. 4i-y