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From the X. Y. Hobe.
Tlio ?Ici?cm and TcxiimTlic I3:irlr.ir iiy of file? one and the Chivalry of the oilier. The enemies of Texas and the Annexation of Tex as have long indulged in violent abuse c f the Texi ans have neglected no occasion todenour.ee the revo lutionary movement of Texas ns vile rebellion, and even now 1 ok upon Annexation as a violation of in ternational law and an usurpation of the rights cf Mexico. It uns not enough that the people of Tex as had protested against the treaty innde by this (Gov ernment with Spain in 1S11), by which thrit country m n r. A rnmln w rr vntil tun tii'nrirr1iiril (invern- . . i tt . , -T ; . . I rnent-it was not enough that w u,n .Mcxlcd ub.c- qucntly became im!epem!rnt i,f the Spanish crown, (and ly the efforts of the Texinii-, too,) t!io promise of a constituticnal Government was ivA fulfilled, and . the oiiicer, said, After the buttle uf Xan Jacinto, my a milit try 1r. pot ism, despotic restrictions and tvran- j family took one uT your prisoner youths raised and nical U-M UMisW-it was not enoujiii thit Iho : yfa him, .d tl.u in mr rei..ital. , . . r , , I hdward Lstc spoke of his fate with the cooust m Texnns inherttjog the spirit and patriotism mul nule- , difl;.rcnC( aiuj sn:j thtlt ie would rather be shot than pendente of the Norman Saxon race, and following j dragged along in this manner. Cash said, 'Well, the example of thrir fathers in onr revolution, took 1 they murdered my biother with Col. Fannin, and they up arms and, against fearful odds achieved their üb- arc about to ruinier ÜW t - . . 1 . 4 a i f l ; , J. h. Jones said to the interpreter, 4TelI the officer rrtv-it was not enough that the r.atmnal existence , . , arc 'ij to die for their of Texas was recognized by our Oovernment and by ; the great European powers it was not enough that for eight years Texas, was, d fifto and d jure, a (rovernment of herself, d tying t!ie power of Mexico, though the object of the uncivilized and cowardly marauding of Mexican banditti ; all these facts were not sufficient to awaken a pitriotic throb in the bo som of Federalism or suppress t!e opposition of a few selfish and faithless partisans who thought they saw in the great national pie-t4?n of Annexation a loss of influence, power and place. No ! The Texi ans were rebels Txas was a Botany 11 y ''the re ceptacle uf all things lost on earth," superlative abuse and denunciation have di-tin::ui.-hed the oppo sition to Texts and Texas Annvatioi. This very qtir-tior! of Annexation d "terminrv! the; result of the last IVs-ieVntial election, an 1 in that result and the circumstances wli'n h preceded it, we witness the irrc- pistible power of tho popul ir will. Iadrs of party mere p 1 i t ioim-s who study willi nicety political chances, with no regard to mc.isurps or station?.! in- terest seemingly all p iwerful, fidl a? c'iatF before j the win.l when the people s; ke. Ucul's i!ecme.l in-! evitiMe did not tako p'Ace Henry CI ly wis n,t vc- cd and Jarn? K. Polk was id! defeated. It was Tex as thfj Annex iti m of Texas the addition of an Empire to the Republic and tin re-union of a I'eople who should never have been dissevered from us that awakened the popular impulse and gave l.fe, anima tion, a 'tio i, to tho Republican h N. Tlun will it ever be, and thus may it ever be, when "great" men would restrain the national desire. Hut we nsk our reader-;, that they may be hr-ttr itiued of the injustice whHi tho opponents of An nexation have rendered the people of Texas, not to say treachery to our national interest?, our national institution", to the progress of cur national glory, and to the curtailment cf European influence on this con- j tinent. to read the extracts which form the bodv ofi this artit le. Thcv are taken from the book, soon to : , , i tt . t . i-! i-sued by the Harpers, written by (,cn. (,reen, of j Texas, commander f the .Ieir expedition and a pris oner for a long time in the castle of Tero'e. These extract show the inhuman and unexampled l arhiritv cf the Mexican-, and the noble, republican, Norman w?axon c'iivalry of the Tex inns. They will show the kind (f sympath we should have f r tho Mexicans t!iev will start the Llood of everv friend of liberty and , win ? i ii I i i j. c ii' njii g i i.i v ii ii.nu U4 iiifvi t unu , anitv-and shame, if that bo possible, those cold I callous partisans who would have padponed nn- .. - . , ' , i tion until "some fi:tt:re j-eriod, and ponnitted, hurnanitv and c notation "-I ' i ! in the interim, lexas to bo overrun, and her men, of Sal id(, a p ribbing remembrance of exalted patri womcn and chiltlrcn lai:gh?ered. What f .Hows is j otii.i, 1 ut a 1 is'.ing one of the infamy of their i'resi an extract relating to ti e ,1, n'm-itiun and the shootin" ' u S;,1I H -.nston, who caused them to be fiKcly of every tenth Texian taken prisoner at the Meir bat uU d as U)lUr a,al ,iaraudcrs niM,n Mexico e : Thirty days had now elapsed and ti c bloody appc- On the Jlth marched eleven lrag-ies. On tho 2öt!i l''0 .Me.Luns increased. The gallant Capt. marcliod early, and arrived at the h"i!ado about VI o-' (.';;r.iiron was denied, even though li it;Ml p.-!sd the clock, V. M.' Soon after they arrived, our men re- j crdeal f drawing a 'white' Lean n: -trad of a 4black' reived the melancholy intcllgence that they were to j on,.. Who c.,. read the simple recite of the murder bo decimated, and earh tenth man shot. , . , , .. . . , . , It was now too late to r-sM this horrible order, j ol the n -ui.i.y el his death and remain O-ir men 'Acre closely ironed and drawn i:p in front j unmoved J of their guard-:, with arms in readiness to fire. CouM j Tnirty d.avs after the horrible murder of our seym- thev have known it previously thcv would have ng.-'in : cliared their guards, and made then dearly pnv tr ' -5 .. ' this last pcrhdious breacli ci national iaiin. ituas'iottje e-i;.;iai,a u .a ::; i nve iitumnaj miles, un- now too late! A manly gloom and a proud doßaneo j d,r Lulllr.ng the i.,..,t cruel, which k.Ikd several ; pervaded all countenances. Thev had but one niter- i native, and that was to invoke their cemntrv's ven- geance upon their murderers, consign their'souN to (iod, and die like men. Oui! 1 these martyrs in !:b- 1 rrtv's cause, who so nroudiv viePhd uothe'r lives fjr dj ahead of our men. The 4 licJ-c-tn' company were : to be our executioners ; those men whose lives had been so humanely spared by our men at this place on the 11th of February. The decimation took place by the drawing of black and white beans from a small earthen mug. The white ones signified exemption, and the black, death. One hundreel and fifty-nine white beans were placed in the bottom of tho mug. and seventen b!ac 1c one placed upon, the top of them. The beai'tf were not sdirred, and had so slight a shake that it was perfect ly clear they had not been mixed tejgether. Such was their anxiety to shoot Capt. Cameron, and perhaps the balance of the odicc rs, that first Cameron, and af terward they, were made to draw a bean each from the mil" in this condition. The opposite plate, sketched by Charles McLaeih lin, who was an eye-witne-s, and so fortunate.' as to draw clear, represent the gallant Cameron in the act of drawing tirst. He s iiel, with his usual cooln ss, Well, boys, we have to draw, let's be at it so say ing he thrust his hand into the mug, and drew out a white bean. .Next came Col. Win. F. Wilson, who was chained to him ; then Capt. Win. U) an, and then Judge? F. 31. Gibson, all of whom drew white beans. Next came Capt. Eastland, who drew the first black one, and then came the balance of the men. They all drew their beans with that manly dignity and firm ness which sliowed them superior to their condition. Some of lighter temper jested over the bloody trage dy. One would say, "Boys, this beats rallling all to pieces;' another would say, that this i? the tallest gambling sjrape I ever was in, and such like re marks. None showed a change of countenance; and as the black beans failed to depress, so did the while fail to elate. The knocking olf the irons from the unfortunate alone told who they were. Ixr Robert JJeard, who lay upon the ground near by, exceedingly ill, and nearly exhausted from his forced marches and Miifering3, called his breather William, wlu was bring ing him a cup of water, and said, 'JJrother, if you draw a black bean, I'll take your place ; I want te die.' Tiie brother, with overwhelming anguish, si id No! I will keep my own place; lam stronger, and better able to die than yeu.' These noble youths bo'h drew clear, but buth soon after died, leav - ing this lt Kornau legacy to their venerable parents in Texas. Several of the Mexican ollicers who ofii - eiated in this cru?l violation of their country's faith, expressed great e$is-iatitdction thereat, amiseiine wept bitterly. Soon after, the fated were placed in a sepa- rate court-yard, where, about dark, they wcrs cxe- cuted. Several if our mn were permitted to visit the un- fortunate previously to the execution, to receive their dying requests. Poor Mijor Cock?, when he iirt drev the fat::l bean, hehl it up between his fore-lin- ger and thumb, and with a smile of contempt, said, Coys, I told you so; I never failed in my life to draw a prize;' and then he said to Judge Gibson, V. ell, Judge, say to my incnds thai i neu in grace.' The Judge, much atloctcd at this list sad parting, showed it from his tears. Ine .Major replied, Ihey only rob me of forty years,' and then sat down and wrote a sensible and dignified letter of remonstrance their country, have Kn..vn that their rre.ident had mg o tliee men ; mlud, hinginge would give the M-'M'i'v y near u ;ai u.e aiiempi na so iar proved sue- . ' -f ..... endorsed their execution by the nvt villainous of all i reader but a poor ide a cf these sad reco!! cti- n-:. ! cr.tul. that th.-y have raised and brought h-mo ve r . 1. ,V i JV.,ilVd I, T iV, ! 7 11 falsehoods declaring them brigands -great (iod ! Thus, after tiu.ty days' ...arch, thev arrived at the -".carly aU J wl.nh was in the same Mate K ( J , 7 S 'T, 1 what would have been their feelings ! village cf Huehuctoca, seven leagues from the city t,iC ;Ciifn of uhicl, we have spoken. Among ; " .l . n o o l' i , , , 1 V i. T The elecimator. Colonel Domingo Hucrta, who was ,f Mexico, where they were crowded t.;tl,cr in a otl,cr curious formations which were raided in the i ' 1 ' " a " .V" :. ' R!Ul J, 0 especially nominated to this black deed after t Jovern- room too small to p. rm.t of their lying down, and in- rot!tr!e of t,,n scrirch' wc 1''r,rn ,,nt a ' nnon- ' ; a l,;nl II1()'17- K, .J p i . , , .... i . . , r. " . .. hit hr.vu.ri.t th thirt.whdl.rc i;....d,. d. 1 l),Urn 11 ca-' sulljud soiiitf in the course of the rr iii.vmr reiiicpii it r voeiiT l on . ean nrrviv :it s;i :i. io which hot a i.roain 01 riir 1 i rnr iv ion in. "'"-" "r vi.......j ui..-.. .." ; . to Gen. WaiWy Thompson, the United .States Minis- tcr in Mexico; and knowing that remains would bo robbed of hia clothe after his death, drew oxTJiis pantaloons, handed them to his surviving comrades, and died in his undor-cluthcs. Poor llenrv Whaliiig, one of Camoren'fl best fight- ers, as he drew hi? black bean, Faid, with as bright a look ! ever lighted man's countenance, Well, they don't make much oil ine, tiny how, r I know 1 have killed twenty-live of the yellow-bellies ;' then de - minding his dinner in a linn tone, and saying that thcV shall not ciWt ine out of it,' he ate heartily, smoked a ci"ar" and in twenty minutes after, was 1 anru-hed into riernity ! The .Mexicans said that this nan liad tlio biggest heart t-fary thy ever aw. Th'y hot him fifteen Times before he'expired ! Poor Torrey. miite a youth, but m spirit a g ant, "A. o ,M,,.t Ui"t ; tli;it fnr lhe ,r, 'fliis COUiitry he l..id f.ught, and flr j;tr Jury be wns willin" to dio; and turning to rou:,rv. Captain Kastland behaved with the most patriotic dignity ; he desired that his country should not par ticularly avenge his death, but for her own honor he implored her never to lay down her arms until the mot ample reparation and her unconditional freedom should be secured. lie said, 4I know that some have thought me timid, but thank (led! death has no ter rors fir inc.' Major Itobert Dunham said 'he was prepared to die, and would to Clod that he had a chance to d. the same thing over again ; and he glo ried in the demonstration they had made, which showed Texans without arms to be more than cpial to Mexicans with them.' James Ogd.m, with his usual v pianimity of temper, smiled ut his file, und said, I am prepared. Voting Hubert W. Harris behaved in the most un- tliiiching maniu r, and called upon his companions to avenge the murder, while their llowing tears and bursting heart!, invoking heaven for their witness, responded to th? call. have the utmost confidence thiit thi pledge, so solemnly plighted, will be re- demed. Tiiivr mu und all involved their ronntrv tri do both ;I a- , horM?If llioo c. t Cameron, in taking his h.-ive of tiicse brave tiitu, jind particularly cf Ttirnbull, a brother Scotebnwn, with whom lie had b-eu in in.my dungi-rs, wept bitterly, und implored the oui'Trs to execute nim nnu spare ins men. Ju-.t previous to the tiring tliy wero uound toc ther with cords, and their eyes Jng btnd.igtd, they were set upon a log near the wall, with their backs to their executioners. They all begged the oll'.cer to h ot tin in in front, and at a short distance; that they were not afraid to look death in the face.' Uiis he refused ; and, to make his cruelty as refined as pos.ble, tired at several pace-;, and continued the linng IV in ten to twelve minutr, lacerating and maiilio these heroes in a muiiiK.-r too horrih'e for ib scripüoti. Our in! rpretrr, who was permitted to remain with them to the last, says that MitV'e:i times they wound ed that iron-nerved soul, Henry Whaling; ami it would seem that Trovidence had a special care in pro- longing his existeiue, that he might demonstrate to hi enemies the nationil character they had to coh- tend with ; for he gritted his teeth and defud them in terms ot Witheneg reproach, until tnev placed a iain t(, his l?ail an(l M(nv ;iS brains ngainst'tl.e w,U. Such was the etfect of this horrible mass iere upon their own soldiers, who were stationed as a guard ir on the wall above, t!:at one of them fainted, and came near filling over, but was caught by his comrades. During the martyrdom of these noble patriots, the main body of our men were separated from them by a strne wall of so, no fifteen feet high, and heard their ivis, ii'iii' u i v-" a - mi v ii liiv ii it i uuiu bo noekery to attempt tin; deseripdion. Tiie n-xt Ino"!:n an thP' uxrc tho road to Mexi- co, tney pass. (1 tlie marrii. d bodies ot their dead com- r.ujr uho, no,v ,io ;,i,.,chi n t!i(. lailis last noniz d groans with fedin"s of w hich it would r-uifs, uiiijvo uonrs now i:e o'eicfnng up-'n the t teen country n. n at S il ni. on the 'SlU f March, thr main b--lv of the surv,ors were marched en the road - and many other, 1 ipg ureihte to travel, were h ft m the hospitals cf San UiU Poto.i, Dolor, s, and S ui ' Juan ehl Hi , fVo;n uh.ch miserable, siidts Inl few ..vor reiurne'd 11 V. oU!J te su i ll.n ' this i e.rutil be-! ve.nd all reasonable bounds to dcU;l the actual sutfer- door was closed. In a v rv little time the air became so impure, from the exhaustion of the oxyge n, that tiie candles went out, and resp;ratua became exceed ingly ditlici.lt. They in vain appealed to the guards at the door to let in fresh air, and when death the most cruel stared them wholesale in the face, as a lat alternative they had recourse to cutting holes in the eloor with their pocket knives, and alternately breathing at these small orifices. This was, indeed, as tho .Mexican soldier calle-d it, la nncuf; b itte, 'the aü night.' Their march of manv league's the day before, through an - insufferable elut, a burning sun, the want of food and water, and then at rrght not even spac; suSicient ef tho stone floor to li? upon, and a suiiocatii.g atmosphere to breathe, was not their full m' aure of wo. Ahmt hi u'cloek at night a menial murderer, with a pair of epaulets upon Irs shoulders, and a guard of about one dozen mounted me.i, under broad-brimmed hats, arrived with orders from the tyrant JSanta Ana to shoot the bold and beloved Captain Kwin Cameron. Capt. Cameron was unchained from his partner, Col. Win. F. Wilson, and, with Ins interpreter, Al fred Thurmond, taken out ed' prison, and kept under a separate guard until morning ; and when informed that he was to be shot, wrote a manly and dignified letter ef remonstrance to the Uriti-h minister against such a cold-blooded murder of a national enemy and a Uriti-ii subject. The writer regrets his inability as yet to no able to procure this last letter. The next morning, after our men were marched for the city of Mexico, he was taken out in the rear of the village to the place of execution. A priest, the usual aUcnel in; of Mexican executions, was in wait ing, and when he wa3 asked if he wished to confess to tin? father, he preempt ly answered, "Mo ! through out life I believe that I have lived an upright man, and if I have to confers it shall be to my .Maker." Ihs arms were then tied with a cord at the elbows and elrawn back, and when the guard advanced to bändige his eyes, he said to his interpreter, "Till I tem no : I,n iit ('amrrmi can 7uir, as he hau ojlen i i- .... ... - j dune b' jorc for the UUrti cf Ttxus, ho!; death in the j fare uithout u inking." So caving, he threw his bat i and blanket upon the ground, opened the bosom of his 1 hunting shirt, presented his inked breast, ami gave the word 'Fire!' when his noble soul in a twinkling ' passed into another, we trust a better world. Thus ; fi ll Kwin Cameron ! Loult, l nr will the patriotic of , his ae jpte d country cherisa the memory ed one whose bos ni was In red to every danger, and whose life was "sacrifice. to hberty. I As we have U fore said, he was a Scotchman, and a more honorable or bolder S-otchman never loft Iiis native land. He was about thirty-six years of age, tall and well proportioned, weighing nevirly two hun- dred pounds, and cf extraordinary physical power, which was in perfect hee r.iu" with his manly cotm- temne-c and lion heart. We rccrllcct him well at the battle of liicr, defending with his gallant company . one of our most expo-cd situation. He wore a bow ie-knife at his side, and held in his hand a tremen dous rifle which carried ten balls to the pound ; and it was certain death for an enemy to cover his eight at three hundred yards. Oa one occasion during the action, a column of the enemy charged so near upon his position, clonjj a low stone wall four feet hin, and net having tune to re-load, he thundered out, in his ev..r-inemorabk glorious Highland brogue, 'Boys, y'J" ones I'o s nmcr Paid than a shower ol fjfU'Ovell aimed pebbles, ab iit the size cf one's list, 'saluted the assailants, knocking own many, and j scattering the remainder to the four windig This sensible man, with an intuitive forecast which he j could never have picked frcin all the books of all the i wars, previous to the charge ordered his company, 'stationed along the before-mentioned wall, to 'pile up good-sized throwing stones, and keep thcrn in read:- upm as a corps d: reserve. They proved to be :z cf. fectivc as if they had been hurled by steam power; for the f ict was ascertained aller the battle that evc- ral ot the enemy wee found ilend without havmg ,eir fci,u br,Uca, such Was the effect of this IlüVcl repulse. What a victory vc have achieved that is the De- nucracy in the acqtiistion of Texas ! ShouU such a people have come to ms will their independence in ov.ii hand and the war weapon with which tlry achiev ed it in the ether, and tender them for the strength and defence of our Union, and Le repulsed ! Never, by the American Democracy. Ilmior to American 3I:iiiiif.icturer, II race II. Day, of Maiden-lane, has received a magnificent gold box, richly set with diamonds, as an acknowledgment of a present of articles made of In dia 11 ubber, which he some time since sent to the Fa cha IJey of Tunis. The articles, we hear, were a portable India Rubber boat, a pair of his celebrated Corrugated Coots and Ureechcs, and an India Rubber vessel to use in transporting water upon the back of camels, in the place of goat skins. The letter from the 1 ley accompanying the box, which 3lr. Day has in the origiaal, is translated as fo'ljws : (ji.oiiv to (ion ! From tho slave of All Powerful Clod, the lUouehir Aehmet I'acha Wey, Emir of the Tunisian Armies. To our Allv, John Howard I'r.yne, Consul General uf the American (.ovomment at lu- nis : We have received from you divers obircts form ed of a material u hich water cannot penetrate, and which your letter whereby they were accompanied, declares to have been sent to us by the inventor, Hor ace II. Day, of New York, in the American country. This is the first time we h ive seen any tiling of this sort from an American. They have gratified us much. There will come to you, herewith, a box of Gold, adorned with brilliants. We desire that you will bav the goudness to sr-nd it to Mr. D:y, that he may have a remembrance uf u, as we have of him, in the productions which he has placed .in our possession. May Hod have you undT his Irdy gMr'.rdianship. Written the 'Jth day of Jomadhi El Aouel, the year l'J.il, corresponding with June 'M, IS 1.". The following very gratifying communication from the American Consul at Tunis, also came with the present : II. S. Coxsrr ATI, Tunis, June ttd, lfl'i. Su: The departure for America, of .Mr. William Ih (Jule, my late Vice (-'oiisul, enables me to foiward you an acknowledgment from the I'acha Hey of Tuto-, in return for the India Kubtx-r IJ at and other ar- ticles of the same materitl, which you entrusled to me for his Highness. The original letter in Arabic, which his Highness wrote to me upon the subject, is enclosed, and accompanying it, a literal translation. J' lieve me, sir, it aflords me the since rest pleasure to find American skill thus appreciated in a far dis tant lan 1, and to have been rendered the medium for extending a knowledge of the ingenuity of my coun tryman. I have the lienor to be, sir, Your obedient servant, John howaud r.wxi:. For Mr. Horace II. I lav, Maiden-la n.., rs'ew York. The intriiisic value ef the box is many hundred . dollars, but Mr. Dav, we presume, estimates it mure run give but a fiint idea i.f the enormous btdk indicat hijhlr. " J(d ly these stoey ub-titutes lor the bones that once The rim of the box is studded with large diamonds j of ereat value, while the brill.ants en the coytr are very ingeniously arranged so as to represent a boat. From the bow ries a diamoud flower, the forgot-me-1 not, as a token of the Pacha's gratf ful rcmcmlfanc", I and in the stern,. the litsle tlouer IinmorttUr, cquiva- j lent in Oriental language to 'Mav you live forever," while in the centre rises the India Kubber Tree, around which a serpent entwines, thus denoting the application of Science to the manufacture cf Caout- c'.ouc, and that nature yichls to liuman skill, comfjits, luxurits and fortunes. A". V. AVrs. Onmrs si-wihuvf ,r, ta v, r Ld n T. Dim. me.ck. Im . r.rnsi.!,.t i.f Ho rri-n lowomooo (. pane, ll.ston, has at his eiilice a very curious soeci- men of the wond -rfiil operations of the sea upon sub- stance, d-posited upon its b)tt.m. It is a cencretcd mass of submarine sulanees. ruch as variou s shells ,Vc., united with the solidity and weight of stone, from which are protrud.-d s.-veril Spanish mill, d dol- nrs' llliS ls P:i" t a 1 lloc l!, lll"ty which lias .1. f t i i .. been roerolle tr.Len nr. fr .ro il... ,.h,,.o ,,d...r. tt.r. v '. 4VV' ""J '.-u up; pio.- hhvil- ioe ',i5 'd S"' was blown up, February 1 1th, 1 -1 enu-rprisiiig company niu .i eut tno i.ng r-ir" n. O.rdain Pirmoy, from Paltimore, tor !l,f P,'!T' maluug an evpermo;,t for the n.vov.- ( r.v ' ' 'be-monrv known to have In n on board the ' :,!1;s" sh,i t the time of her tic struct urn. d.-.l in it S;,.mo nf tin r.l.l r,,n Cr,..-!.- ...1 1 . .. ! i 1 . .i 1' 1 'it'ii o I s. 1 vim r.iii : i.ir I 1 -,' I . 1 1 , .r ...... I ....... I shells, on being broken open, were f .mml t contain J,,,m . ""r T"?: "Giliin due and pny rous of elollais, as if thev had remain, d there m the ! I?t'x,tp ".ininpruuhd, I wish you ! settle op. V. here's ......v- ... t.:..i. .i .... c. t... i o.iiur; lit lilt il llilv L i uir lliuo 11IU IIJ.M S III which they were originally packed. This prope rty is now brought into use again, after having lain thirty years on the bottom of the ocean, subject to all the wonderful changes incident to such situation. linstun AVas. Makvelous IxvrNTtoN. A papcroii the Continent mentions the rr-dismvt ry of inallt ahle glass in .Saint Iltienne. It is the production of a sort of glass as malleable when cedd as while real hot. The Mmileur th s Arts says 44 This new metal, which ere long will be more valuable than gold, and which the inventor has called Silinni, is of u white color, very sonerous and as brilliant and transparent as crystal. It can be obtained with eipial ease; opaque? or colored; com bines with various substances, and some ed" the com binations produce shades of extradordinary beauty. It is without smell, very ductile, very malleable, and neither air ivr acids all'.'ct it. It can be blown like glass, ami melte d or stretched out into long thread f perfect regularity. It is very bard, very tough, nnd possesses the qualities of molten steel, in the very highest degree, without requiring tobe tempered. A variety of objects have hrn made t.f the Silicon, which are ab"iit to be exhibited to the publii on the l'lacc of the Hotel de Ville at Saint Ltiennc. Singular PitEsT. kvatiox of a Dr. llony. Col. Todd, cur Minister at the Court e;f llussia, describes a remarkable case of an undecayed body which came under his n tice- The body is at Keval, on the Bal tic. It is that of General Duke de Croy, a French man, who was in the Kussian service, under Peter the Great. At his cath, in the beginning t'f the F-ith century, his creditors did not allow his friends to bui'y the "body until his heirs should pay his debts. The body remained in the church unburied, and was kept in a dry ruom under grounl, and it is supposed by some that the composition of the soil (which is chalk and l.mestone) preserved it from decay. The body is perfectly dry ; some of the teeth, ami white hairs are in a perfect state. The skin is ed' a brown color; and was rcprc-cnte-d, when lirst exposed to the air, to be very clastic. If you strike the chest or the belly, it gives a l.rdlow sound. Tiie stockings are nearly decayed, but tho boots are entire, and the hairs of the wi-j are in a good condition. There is a gentleman in this city, srtys the Troy Iludget of the Mh ult., who ha?, taken out a patent for petrifying dead bodies, or ahnest any other sub stance of a similar nature. The body, afier some pre paration, is immersed in a liquid thnt in the shrt space of fourte en days will render it as solid as a rock of marble. The cost is but trilling compared with the lasting benefit rendered to those who mav wish to preserve and look upon departed friends. He in forms us that a boquet of fresh llowcrs immersed in this liquid, will in a few days be solid and durable as l though they were cut out of marble.' Etlitorza! Rooim. Persons unconnected with literary pursuits have quite as rauch. curiosity to-s.ro the. inside of an edito rial room as the boys who fight double ccmbals with laths in front. of the Dowery Theatre hare, to view fhc arrangement bthipd the scenes. The iina"ir!at:on makes both places sacred, and endows them with ma ny mysterious attributes which, in reality, they do not possess. We can well remember the tima who., look at an actor or author, oiT duty, was a si-r.it to nuuu ineuxing ior, a mile more than a man," was the theught that llitted through our mind upon seeing one of these pieces of public property. 44 Kvc ry thing they tossess." thought WP. 44 is nf immunen value. Their b()okf?, their clothing, their household us WK.ir pJlnlln?t imi-covC., are allot a ddlerent style fnm tlioso u-ed by persons in the every day walks of hfe." And there arc thousands of individ uals who, at this moment, entertain the panic notions. Ak ten. men to describe the supposed appearance and condition of on editor's room, nine of them will pic ture it as tilled with rare pictures, covered with line carpets nnd hangings, adorned with luxurious articles ol furniture, stocked (in a corner cupboard) with a few doze im of approved wine, and a box of the bet regalias, and rendered intellectually agreeable by a s doct library of books, writing materials of a most costly description grace a beautiful tab'c, and in an easy chajf covered with red morocco, lolls, the editor, who is approached by the atiarh's of the establish ment with awe and reverence. 44 Ah !" sighs the un initiated, after viewing the picture, 44 what a happy man is an editor !' Is he ! The picture is air-drawn, and like the dagger Macbeth fancied, 44 the handle to wards his hand." Editors ' rooms arc the most un comfortable dens imaginable. We can liken them to no place save a coabhole, which is different somewhat, inasmuch as it is much the neatest looking concern. To each daily paper there are, generally, about twelve compositors, and as many persons engaged in the bu siness department. The shabbiest looking man anion" them is tlio drudge editor ; he who writes from three to four columns daily, who must o to every fire for 44 particulars," feeds 'modestly tt a side table at n. pub- pnKeeding?, peranbuhtes the streets at midnight for a true and paHiyjIur Version. cf thjlast accident, sui eitle, or murder, and picks up all the sparkling jokes that season the toast at breakfast, and prevent the cof fee from shattering your nerves. The shabby man is put into a little six by twelve room apportioned olf irum tue printing oinee, by a neketty partition of pine scantling, and lu re, breathing the vapors. .of a smoky lam;, ht Nciawb his articles muri such wavto nannr 1 ' j VV'.'Vv as he can nurchase for a men; nomct. Tim r-oll ... .n. I tains nothing but &n old ink-spotted coverlets table and a feeble chair. From such holes emanate all the disquisitions which characterize the independent press of Acw York. Those shabby men, toiling for day- laboier's wages, enrich you, gentle reader, by the no tices they give your busine-a. They, with their writ ten moralit y, cultivate the minds of your children, and carve out tho'r moral destinies. Thev fjster "enius bring to notice and usefulness new inventions, make Presidents?, set forward or retard great enterprises; in fchort, they sway a jover that is almost absolute, for either good or evil. Header, those little rooms devoid as they are of all enticements for the optic, are holy. The) arc protected from sacrilegious defamation by the pride uf power which their shabby, poverty-stricken tenants fevl, and you arc right iii entertainfng n cu riosity with rr;;ard to them. The pen is mightier than the sword," and it rray render sacred even that despised depository of anthracite, 'yclept a coal hole. X'tah't Messt ii'jt r. A Monster of The lh.nr. We had the satisfaction (aysthe New York Commercial Adertiscr) of exam ining the fiVs.l rtmains of an enormous creature, ap parently of scrpmt kind and of maratime habits which were discovered recently bv l'r. Kodi, alout two feet beneath the surface of a prarrie in Al ihama. Words 'UI11Pl tlj'-' irame-wurk ol the animal. As they lie, carefully replaced in their original order, tley strcch JUt l the vast length of a hundred and fourteen f. et ; but it i apparent that some ot the joints near tho tail n rc v .mtiug, ar d I hey to-ich each other as they lie. whereas there must have been intervals between the joints, once filled with carlo ago; so that the length ,ul the living animal was probably fnmi a hundred and j twenty-live to a hundred and 00 feet. The form of the ; vertebra and ed" the be-ad is exeeHently preserved, and the remains have cuilered very little from exposure . or aceid'-nt. Some twenty-five or thirty ed" the ribs ;are in their places, showing that the diameter of the creature must have been six feet or more; and it ctms u bave been provided with a pair of lirge nnd i''ynH; powerful fins or paddles at the termination neck. . 1,,, rarR0 f f " Mo!1rons Hydrargos" has been t,,H "V' ' ; "1 well it may be l?Ik:i1 1,1 ':l?U)n ',r a greatly surpasses in bulk all ,ie, ante eoluv.a:i creatures who-c IosiI re lics have V . " " ltltJ' lion . Ka 11 r la 11 ivcnitrii'in ir urimn . ii ' i.n . ..... "Oil, saurian, .Mi-SOltriimi tr lguairal.ll. , .. . " , ,. , n u x " 'V'' " X OC .M1L'- lengih of "r" , ' ' r ; !f v h-r((lt"i UL ccr au eies cu- ! lTl " 1100 mat money ! 44 Safe, father very." 44 Good boy bot safe where !" ' In bank, father safe in bank V' 44 Good again but what's the name ef the bank ?" "Maine! oh, yes I remember now the money is in the cv Orleans bank with the Scripture name to it." ' A bank with a Se'ripturc name to it ! I never heard ef such a thing what bank what name ?" It was the Faro Hank, father. Isn't Pharaoh a Scripture name !" 44 John had been in the hands of the Egyptians. AVt'v Saturday (laztlle. Aldus, the ftmos Venetian printer, placed this in scription over his door. 44 No leisure for gotrsipping, and these only admitted who come upon business, which they arc requested to dispatch in as short a time as possible. MARinni, In Centreville, Ind. by Rev. Islltry WihhIs, lIr. Cvnus Pi-ntlkv, Printe-r, to .Miss Sakah Jani:, dinghter of Mr. Edward H. Hudson. We h.pe Cyri's will do as well in his new situation as he Ins the ability. .May all happiness attend him and his bride. SI'IXI.II, NOTICES. Tfiiipoivuioc Not in. To THE ElllTOa OF TH K JStATK tS E XT I N EL. Gtnthmtn : In accordai.es with the provisions of a resolution adopted by the Washington Temperance So- cie-iy e f this city, on TuesJay evening, Srptcqiber I h.TtvMth submit for pubheatiun, in lha Ölate Sentinel, the following qucftion, tobe debated in the Society, in the Lecture room of the 2J Pre.byteriau Church, on Taesd.iy eventng, Oct. 7th, viz: 44 Has any pt-rgon any right (ex cept a ?-d one) to retail fpiritous liquors in Ibis commu nity." The question will be a piud, affirmatively, ly Mbsr. 11. P. Unburn ami A, (J. Porter; and i.egalivcly, by 1 esrs. J. L. K-tcham and A. M. Carnahsn. Ordered, That invitations le exten.te.!, through the rrpptrtive newspapers of iho tity, to all who may wish to purtuii.ate in the hscuswon. Hy orJtr, &r. J. G. JORDAN, Secretary . IV. T.S. 'f'r:& veiling Argents For tc Weekly and Senii'W'aU: Stale ticnlirul, E. S. Tyler, JViijamin Drum, S. V. Fryc. No: ire. (jWc desire our subscribers to understand that we invariably discontinue ell papers mailed, as soon as thoir subscriptions expire. This is our rule ui;d none should l offended at it. OfSeveral of our Produce subscribers who desire to rontinue thn paper must attend to it at .dec. c&iJiiUSswAiti:. A ..KNKRAf. Mrtnient of coiniiioii, anJ winn ctiuicc i'i.ittlirs X. of ware, for sale al SMITH & 11 AN.N A'd. 23 1 1 (' . I .IKt t . I 1 1 1 . in!'. Til! l'f I. rtn 9 , I I'll . . ..r I.' . .. . Tl.. I 4' 1 1 . I o ar' - -... mi n.iij u. 11 i- A NovFt. An e.- '.k. The T,Tr.v York News tcl' ef a ge'iilleman e-f that city who has an air gun cd' his own invention, in frmof a walking-stick, which is of the m sl ingenioiH and admirable work manship. He charges it hy a very inide process in less than one minuLe, wh?n it Will fire, witliout a re charge of air, t'Ci ntii lim '.v. lb fned it repeatedly in tii.? preM-n-e t" il e editor of the- News, putting a ball e' ii time tbre!;'fi a hvird, with a wafer upon it, at the distance ed' three or i . i r rods, and generally within an inch of the wafer, lie ins another with a small spy-gUs up on it, threaigh which he takes sight : and, wheMi emt shooting crows, ho is able to so the verv eve of Iii" crow, and h? has i f. en put the ball di-re-cily thr..igh it. iN'o.e.ie c:.:: t...t;.vt this gun IV m a commiTi walking stiv:k. Tjiettv and Tkve A laie- writer, in ar. article recornmcmii'ig ;iral pern. Is, sas: "A love of coentry, and of i vnr.1 pi.. '-nits, induces early riihg ; and the glow ed' health which mantles on the lovf.lv ciieeks ejf ill? fair who rise with the lark, and the brightness ef the eye that p listens with heallhful ra d.ance, is more fascinating to the eye and heart of men than the artificial roseate to be found in the ball ro -m. HHt' c flrHtt-. MaiMiiiu:i Srcie t o in a.tm cuuu un lr t!i J tiiKTviona uf Hie Mittönt er, lis h liiiipy to inf.iriii las nM frtrii.N arid lli uM ir, t'.i.il il li.i- t--. it m-wly rtfiur.laul er.Klcl, aiiJ now 1 tl.-rt t!)f arcom ii".l itmns l.-r ti rr to be lixiii'l in lli sutt. H Ii; s s-!ttleil .111 e-uuie 11 w ll.tk f r hvrry, fu nidinl cxv .airi 'fu nu.l li.irm-s, irvi r t Uir in -t aitrnli ve ami sU illul aM.'i'.l 1 't. Mid will kt-rpiui li 11 1 f..iit:oiilv the best of all kinds .f prowii.!: r. I'll..-tct ui v ill-r 1 KMiuulf I witli Ilm Malilr. To all iliSi.e-ril to l'ivtif lliill illl M.ii.' -ii-'.vj! , Ii!" jil-'tei !iisftf to PlKirr 11. efiU.iis ti jjive fi'iiij'lii' Kitii.u in .1. Heises iukt-ii l Hit t;iy , k, in.oii It , 1 1 l.r any t . I n. or sliori, :.n Hie twsi allrnt khi prii.i in tlit-.ti V iti..n rc s..lh-1'r-J. :W .Uv JiHIN" I. ISTKIt. HI". tw-ftfih Jiiinu.il :ii 'ci.ic uf t!i .sricMmJ,!ers of l!ie Itranrli ;il I n il ina.K.lis ui Un- S:..tp i! n. v nl" hi.ii.iua. will Ikj li-l.l at Iii- Ha i.kinu I .'HUM- on Ii- tust in .(.v in: -r next, Ik-Im tt-ii Hi.- Ii. nit's i f ti:- an. I lt. ir i'ci.H'k, I'. "J . al v l.i h lime a n.i plare iin elft'lioii iii ' livll l.if t!i.' c.'iok e uf Sum 1 lici tot 4 ill llie )atl of 1'ie 'i-.'f.lris in 1 i'raacli lor tl.t; "ji!iiiig j.ar. Ii. l :.Ot;KIS, Cas'.ii'r. SrtlfmWr. W, I 1.5. lnw-is l.3 StaU' of In li:i:i;5---.ll ; ion County. Is IHK I'KOIUIK I IV KT OF SAID CoV MY. ;iiry P. To 1. n:!Miifiitraiir. ihkI t'i in-n Phillips ni miuist ri Itix of ttie r.t.:l.; l Is-a.-l P,.ii;in. üt-t fase.l. r. Tiioni;iS p,ii Iii, .'am.-; I'lti'!1?., tsr;it-l l'i.iüij , W i'lhun PliiiJijw, Joim P'n! liü, Sarah Ann Piullii. Citli.ii int- P,ii;;jis and Nancy Plii!!is. P'li'ionfar nale ff lied lltatc, c. iSRAf'fi P'l.t'lis. uuc uf tl i' a''tvi! n.i iuel iteUMiiIants, is lioret' nutiiit'tl, that i.t the August ti m. is j.', uf aiJ Prol ate court, lhe al'uve nam..! ll-uxx P. To lit. ailiiiir,ilrutor. ami Fruiters Pl.il lips, ft.liiniiistrr.trix, of the INtate of Israel Pnillipr?. leccase.t. rih-il this tx liuoTi in ai.l rourl (lor tlio purpose of procuring a sale of rertaiu real eti.te t herein li-srrihed, to make the .i ne a-t in their liamls to i'ay tlicilei li oiitstaiiilinc azahtfl tui.t tst.ite.) against I. iin and the otlu-r (I. I'cii.ImjiI s a' eve-uauie.1 . the heirs of üni-l Israel r.iiilip?, iI.to;.-..;.. mi utti.liivit uf it ilisintert-Blt d perlen giiowin th it he is not a roii'cnt cf the State v( liiith.iia tiint saiil pi.titioa is now pi-iuliiiü in s.ii.l roiirt ; ami further, that he, tail Israel, app'-ar unto eai.i ruui t on the li-st ilay ol the next term the t o?, to I e i.eM at the t'our-hoina? in 1 intianapolii, on the second Mori. lay i iO.tol cr next, atal oiiswer ?aiJ petition, anil dhow raiM.', it' nnv, why xurli r.'al j-tate shotil.l not he t-oi.l as in ami hy tai'l i'ition i ray t, ami lh.il in iklault thereof, decree w ilt he taken ni.'iiit i nn. P.y orihr ol ll.u eutirt. Att.'Mt, er nv n. jn. rtr(?A rik. Mlaic of I iMlf;m:t--.?oU:iMii Coiuif. I N tllL- Joli.SSOÜ ProPATC I'OIRT. Joepli It. Pobsnn, E. . Itntiah Kivtli.rina McUaugltey et al. I'eit'ion ta .c!l Ir.d TWV. ti r-n(lniit., flnniitti Katli irme Alrfl.iujbey, Mariret Me L Ci aus hey, Nanry Jan A!c;!'.rhey, Mry Ann Aleiiiustiey ainl .Martha . 'ar'.lin .Nict.auhey will la e notice that I he tompl.i mailt will, at the next ttrin of the Johnori Pro -ale Court, to he helJ at the Court House in Prutiklin, on the sei omi Momhiy in Nuvem'. er next, apply to saiil court for conrii m.itioii of l he M:iier ol calc heretofme vJike'n lu the prfins lea, ami Kr Ituve to r.oiitey Hie preinUes sol. I to J;ime Kilciie , the (in 'i im. r l!1. reoi", ami th;l u ti'rss they appear in sant coiiit on ihe fnt il.iy of the term afutes ti.l, ami thow cihmI cruise to lhe contrary, the ca-; w ill he he.a.l ami dtlermiiieJ in ttieir ab sence. Witness Isaac Joiict , chik of ai.l court, Ihii lSth day of Sept. A. ). 1813. ISAAC JONKS, Cik. Cy Kutil t. IlicRt, Hep. V. M. Ft. tt. Sol. Pr conipl utnnf. J3-3w is Territory i Vica.iii Milvaiili?e Co ii illy. Before the It A. d. Mili.cr, im tiu Duirict Cocrt. J.IHC 1Whi,.1. I).. isj. ÄN the matter of the eiiOoii of John It. Myers, un insolvent debtor, to lie riiric harmed Iroui his i'et.ls. It apari ne to the tialiktaclion ot the court that r..li e of t!;e pe mleiicy of this application Un ii.it heen piihlislted according to Ihe firmer order in nie herein , on motion of Hloili;et 6l Walker, suliciiors for pctilionr, it is ordered that nil the creditors of fai'J insolvent I e aii'l I tit-y are hereby reuuire-l to nhow rause, if aey they hive, on the iccmij Monday in oveinter, A. l., IS 15, oef.e-Uie saht Jii.t;:, at Uie C.Mirt House, in the town of Mil waukee, why an siinuient of lhe estate of said insolvent fhouhl not !m made and tie iliseh.ire.J from his leltl. Pt iiu Court. 5T"Viston-in Afs'i pnlili-li. d at Madison, W. T., and Imliina Sentinel. ju'MMied at linli.tnapoli, hi , will please putl ih the nbnve itutice fur I (i weeks successively, aud send. atUdavit of publication and hi!l lo lliw o'.iice. .Mihraakee Cnnrir. '2-10w JOTM'K is hereby siven lli.-.t lhe ends reigned Ira tiken letters cf 1 ailminitiatioii on ihe er-t tie of Aluier MuclieH late of Marion roitn') and State id I ml mm, deceased. All persons Itidetited to the raid estate are requested . make initoerli Ue payment and those liav inji c! uns HK iin-l Iho same, are roli'ird to freient them duly authen tic.it d for Peiilemeiil. 'l'hc said eate rs tnjpnwed to lie in-olveiit. J-epiemlK rll.lett. MAli'iAUET MITCH EM, :o-:.v --in ' A.Tiiii't?tralrix. To our 4'5sleiJirrs. WTn are now? rrreiring a lar'e nnd romplele apsortinent of Stap't und h'.titai Dry Gvrdj ; nnd of Cimcrncs, llirdirare, (lufenvjreh Bi-ots, S'turs, l!t't find dpi ; rm.I i't truih almost evety article re quired fhc I tinning Crmmuiiity w llich we othrr for Kile atuur u-ual low rite's fr Co-h vr Proo'ute. Miauers vi5iting Tovi are invfted torallaitd'tein. SMITH 8t HANXA 3J Opjos.ie rtianrh Pank .f the ltate f ! ndiann. IT i well knnvn tint this House tih. n keeps the first quality of JL inut'toJldddtr, IjwtCthd, Li''ir'.TJ, ell. Ior nie at low rate 33 ' SMITH Sr. II ANN A. hoot 4i sTioisT THK lent assortment we I nvr ever otfered for -.le, and remem ber we buy your produce and juy cali t fr manv kinds, if ou donoiwintettNff. JJ t5MirHi.UA.NNA. any j hire they may designate, in the city, or it will ho can fully put up am! pLcc.l in the nihil, ut the tale of two duMais pr aninun, in adiüM-f. If pawm-nt is nVhiynl until tlio t xpu itiuti ! tho v-ar, lim e dnihtia will be t h:ire.l, nnd a pr.ipirtionii!iterat for nnv h l.iv in pnymoiits after th rect-ipt of the; first iiiimhi r. Al" vaure a vmint uro pn f-ir. il, .is thev Jire lu ltrr fnlh f.T Ihe .tlhsrrih r ntld th ptthllhi-r. The puhlislp r rerreü tin- riht to di .:iii:nii' t'ie pnp.-rs ut uuy time, w Im re advitrien I'Myi'ient is tm! iii:ilt?. Ar' till HIihtcellMiTlt h.r frluhl.illj, ainl ill lli'U n C'tll inissjuiis, tin? I"ll'.viiii l,ht ral ti,rins :t n- prupi-s-! : hive ropie n iI;h Courier will be Miit t one I .-st Otli. o lor i 1 1 1 hillar. 1 en i-s vmII hj si.-nt f.r filleen il liars. Twenty copies will h? sent fir twentv ei.ht d illai. I'a meiit lur eluhs uiut b; inu.lc Jt t!it; titnc of ob firihmg. . rosTAfii: r!vi;! S jtscrihers ran reeeiv; their p ij-er at tlio following llUItlcd Tost Ollleei, free t? jiorne : INDIANA. 'll h.n.ia, Ciuk county linrne, Jeltersoti county ... .... l - 14- I lilt I. '. . o.itiin ii;itii)tr SmkkU viliu Dtipont IliiidsvilSo Urvaiihhur"h I V itah;ini fSahtvfa Inncajter Ii ui)3v' MilU New 'ashti;tiiit I.exiotiui, Si i-lt county New Tiat klort " Vienna ' S -ipi, .'. titling? county Sil :iila Veilioii Taris Him (io e 4 MurrMv' M.IU K L.VI ! CKV. W Ca:-:!:-. llelilV I It lidei S"IU lh ' Caiilhi ILlM2 4' Criolhoii, Carrol! county 1'loasant, ii?;. co A lhtt iile J k kso:i il!e Mou.ffifld 4 Mount Siei-ling ' Cross Ih.iihs, Kiplev c I reli 1.3 i'ielit I 4 ii kMii.ninu s New Marion I.IS llilfi IV-df'fnl, Trir.:b'.c county Tti l leeli ii Ihlk h ill. ill's 4: Mlltotl Subscribers residing near any : f tiie reu!ar landing points of the Mcui.ibt.aü i-v.-ifisurc ' and Win. II. M. Ivi u'' ran hue their papers I 1 1 s;t miy placo lhy in. iv designate without any additional charge. Cuu will be 'ahm to have papers hu warded by tht c:u liest cppnr:unitv in all cases, V ht ther hs ttiail or by privat conveyance. A M L LL t. CUMNliTOiN. Min.so.f, Sept. 20,1610. ; xo-ri:i: to ta-iavi:üs. 'g'lli. I re. sun r and Collerto. of Jo wit-o.i foui.ty, ieie' givei -M. eotii-e, ti.nt the llnp i.-iite lor li:e pr.M-iit vc.ir is rov In hia Imrnh. he amount 01 laxes charted ior t:.e ve'nr, on earn one hundred doJIarn worth of taxiiM p.operi'v. i, lor Mute pur poses, twenty o..e rents and evcii nuha ; for Com. ty HirM-i, twelve and one half tent: loi R.ad j u o-. m lfl,'u; on errli poll, for yiate purpes lifiy .ci.li, and tu. County parposi. hit cents. , ' For the pnrpose of rerei-. ins taic: hp wi:. iitend at t::c utv.il l'lai-4. el I chiuis fhetio.-.s ot ti e svcr-1 tow i.s;.iia iusatdcouu ty.v ithc fjIJouin;! -l.i i iz : . a . At lli-anley I ovnrhip, un Mcml .y the r,th Septeml.cr. Cm. 01, 'I n-fc.lüy I lie Join W hile Ilivor We.ifi.s.lty the 17th Tt urs.iay t' e Ittli I'ri lay II. e 1Mb .Monday tde i?.'d I'liill'V li e '.'Mil " Jswturdi: v the '2'th " r:.;is.ti;t, Clark , Franklin, li ne Kiver, Nineveh. 44 .i l! will als- tend :it !iis orlire in i-'raiLI:n -Trrpt r, hen r.t acnl in the several towrrhip until the lirl 11 ol" Jai nt ry .et. line it person ow in toad tax nit p o.'act' töc Uervisors re eeijit in l nil for l.isiate and County ta. v.M. r.ntncEs, - Trearur-r aid (oWertut, J. C. xoTiti:. . ESooiie '4)i;niy 'I'axcs for ISlft. fWHK '."leasnret s'nl Collector of ititoiir county heiehy :ivef no El tne, Hi it the Ihipticate lor Ihe er--nt jrar ia now in Ins Introln. Tiie aiiinntol Taxe t ha reeil tfie jrar l(t., on each e.ite litoidred dollars worlh of lavahle propeity, is, for State (un poses, twi niy one cents and seien noils; for. oiinty iKirposeii, m tnl) cents; lor Ho-id piir.s-es. O n rents ; on eaeh jtoll,fot al He. p'ir;oes, hlty tcnU, for t oiifliy Jiiiipieies, liny renis. For ihe purpose o rerer j t.ur, he w itt atlend at lie tiual ptares ef Imidin; el-i lions in thä evelal townships in aid roomy ,on ih fol'ow mg d.l. to wil : . In Marion Tewfi!.ip, on Thursday, the Pih d.iyof Stp'en-.ticr, 115. Clinton, Frid .v, I Mil u Centre, 44 Washington, 44 tutar t reek, 44 Jelh'isotl, 44 Ferry, " I Icicle, 44 t limn, 44 Hirudin, 44 Salurd.iy, i.nii Moioi.iv, 2Jd Tuesday, ii:.l Wednesday, S tt U Thursday, Ü.Vh Friday, Ut-i?i laiurday, th Mon.l.i, i::ili i it i. ü Jacks, ii. Tuesday, 3vta - He w ill aiiend at his 'l5e in U'.nn.'i:. ei'rt when Absent in lb fteveral loMinvhips, until the liret d iv of J.iii jj!) next. Fach lersonoir: road tm, inut pr-nt'i.e a reteipt from the Fit- M-riicr,4K pt) l(fr name in phoney, he fore they can pet a re. elp4 ia full fersta'c and County Taxes. J. T. Mel. ACCHWN, 7 reastirer and Collector of ßovme C'uafy. Il.nri.i, AiiEiist 14. 184.. "JJ-o HAEtmYw:.:. "TST E keep for sate a'l the leading articles in tint line. Iron Ami TT Uteri, .utl and .lie. Truce Caaja and Dour 'J'rimmtttgs, V Ik Knitts und HrLsll is trouhl some lo read a lung advenemtid . jut tall on us when you want Hardware. : r.ui I II 1IA..A. ;km luils. m'WT'E offer for nie Cofre, Teas, Sup u, Mutasiw,Tt4jicco, row- V dpi, Slk, ls.ifl, Window tit;is, 'l ar. Uoiu, Sulphur, l;riu none, Nutine:, Ciiinaaiou, Uice, Sücr, latent ut tvc. m tu.irie .. t...,.i et sunn a. haw. auu i . iiiii. 3J SMITH At II ANNA Tilt: Iji:ii:h n.TyiLL find ?ilk f. diPi-te, Gi.ie, Hosiery, and tunny articles V f uuite deiiall and itasuuaMe. at M tcU.SiMlTH HANN A V. WIMJOV C;3a4SS ASU glssxhi aale by SMITH II ANN A. 33 A. :iUOiV ?.JiIKTJ(. jT BALES of celchraied U ulit rs j ifl ieeivd and fr !, hy Qji yj ts..rni . .:.. SI.IM( .i:t EiISCTl.Sv Ac pieces Caicocj.f piii.u, gre K anety pjf) U 44 llieaclied hiiiiii.s.lurliutind Itisb Linen, ti dez ti-uU, various qu-ln iet. Fi r wile hy 3: SMITH IIAVW. ClaOTil, Vr. ClI.UTII.i for fine rtrras.ai'd .on.mon Caierea, 9at inatt, Jeana, VeHtiep ami TinuiuiKga of all soiti, br"'4 " have k.i'i tor (rer-cv',chfsp. Ui DM I Ml