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Jnitiaua State Sentinel.
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M'srs Iii !.!r. r & Green arc ajji'tu- at Cincinna
ti for the did tana State Sentinel.
To a &-! ii lent..
F.O'C,Z n.i. Y..H uitl prviirr f gjntMC of Mr, BVtSJMIf
"iiuiiv in our tat. w-havf ii4ii but imnint i mm iu u t On in
fairly; un.l it I, lint n.'tit M -ay, tliat VC liaf CCSManstlj in f
wild SHaVw o , MM oC Krf h, Imihi m t, lull nrHi a littlr Mttilj
Ii i, rasas i 9 im ihn r ii ..-. I.- mi nullit f wSSt, ai 1 ai Si nM
lh:i In Ii ii hut ioiHlrl mil f.if i llli' SklffC ll" SSd ll"l !''
ffwclMp , mi Auw i iii 1 1 i-1 p. mi i ! , i m) ing txttftunn tm
i z:itiul . ii.-. Hne .' i , ji.iI wr iiail nun, u- miiil S
xi, Inii Ni tkwar Sa Iii, in ii I. . i tiitUcK'tu mit ri , ii m'tH l
WWW f lIlMMI tiil In '.,.',,' u;n! MS 1 I ail in tJIVMll r
Mmpticil .i'iil i-irfir ii ... It SIMM fir Hn Ii-hiiht, eftMCMtt
an mil j.l in i h n i mh.i 1 1 t k. , !mt tlM l. a-n c i-l MM1 nng II
i ir a ill.
lln:!t.. i" S;.:te itv:t(ioti.
Tuo desnuci .'s uj the State of Its
ed to apfKHOi iJt-h gates t. reprevi nl
t'onventi'n tn be I. eld a! ItsJ anapu
of fawnary, W W, w Ii ich ronvoniii
delegates to the National DnHrrai
the noffninstion of candidates for t!
" ice Presidency. Also, to t::!. inh
ijssotatnsfnt nf PreaiaWnttal eVclori
V a vole of committee, ea
ffjaS-itcd to eleel its dehgates .-it the
bio period, rind not !, if possible,
tattoo in tin? Genera Assembly. It
ever, to tiavt- as Iirge represent at
tf ord r of Statt C n
iv-'iit mi i
GssncxAt I iiAJhrsfsiv xo. n tssicrin' .'
Hainplnre and Missouri have each appotittod iii- ,"
stay of Novessber next lor j-nitii Tn inks.' iv I
N genera lit expected thai the Executives uf othei
S'at'-s in whn-h this festival is celebrated, will eiab
lisji its observance Ihts vear on th same dev. Stiel
nnin trinity i moch to be desired. .. ( .
We pcrcj ivt' that iiii Excellency, Gov. Whitcosie
has :.l-.i isaned bra pr iclamatii in ; and we shall be on th
lookout for thai Turkey. The more we have, ti.
asovs s.i'inhl we h- than .f.il lor, pnor sinful creatorei
that we all are, espi emtly ÜSMC who "J mt take tlo
Lantas, L hi S i v ar ! We ! halo the estab- :
lishtnent of tmr friend II A. Fletcher the other
div are eo ihlnl ge in tuen but ere did find an op-
p.rVi : v d s i, i nl w "i It. ", not at his business.
lie has i very fall an i fine aort ment of go "t.-, at
sells t tern at i i mil adi inee. lie has a large ru
totn from the mdhes; but we tn re than half suspe
it is because b? i a candid its I. r matrimony,
ssffsrai to b
lo call and
W advise those who nave n H done so,
1,..', -.t ...I. ,.r I n haw.1
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them; and be sure u t to mistake his handsome
clerk for the Sim SJ I' ir
uasinsriinn. rich sad r e;
T.i - latter ta al
The .M.iir.s. Since the eipJetimi of the Railroad,
an entire new arrangement of the mails on tlteroute
is rennt red. and in feet, is " ; , after a fashion.
stead of tin eoaaplex arrangeinetii dilatory ami perplex
ing as it now ovists in eo iseqnence of the small dis-
liases between the offices, an
for branch mails to lie mad
the Department and the p il !
by ad i;t iii'r a s s i m son
Lot there be appointed two p
ind assort the nia.'.s on Ibc t
at tl--i r peper points. Owe
of the mad daily, meeting al
A Basil chest, with a lew
wiH?re it is ne tesssry
p, it appears Iu us (but
would he Ihe gainers
tir like Ihe folios in :
i per "rniis to receive
; ; and to deliver (hi m
in s. OtSP trtsrttns from eseb -
dm . at i dumbos, ami rcturniDg,
th a few "titali pooches, for escli,
would ov all lhal is ret;uisite, and would save much
labne and ttelay a the ottVi a at tiie emisof the route,
Btu! delay rm tt:e road. As it now is. letters pass and
re-aaasw geluve Una Hi being placed im the direct track,
Will the d parteae
r this matter
have been cltosen Diret
ensni r ar, vix :
Hervel G. Hsaetrij!
iSirouL', ad William '
h-s ,.f 'lifitiui (,,
a -J f l
-ei 1 1 i 1 1 i . j dm i
:is .vol t,
Tns Ri .in W . . . - o,
a lea id" of A Kar.olo to poj
a.lors who a er I '. I d rm
aud has trsaannatted the nn
ty b-'iles if cotton i.avin' t
sot if the IT. stores, an
dore threatened to destroy
stored. The cotton was s
The Wah !s,i i o iri r j
was written by one nf (hi
form- d that its ijuota:
ii'urs of this ii.-i ji r :
no whig paper has had the honesty to :opy the win
article from which it i an extract. They remind
of nnbelievers, wh i quote parts of texts fttsja tin
ble. It is a weil known bahit of federal whiggei
and causes us no trouble what v r.
The St. Louis I ttion says that aa attempt n i
made in .Monterey on the ilth, tomSjrder Oipt. J!:;
A small shell wa placed under his bed, and i train
readv to be ignited, c 'unected with i. Althtmgh it
was exploded, he escaped injury. It Is supposed thai
some of his privates were eitrteerned in thf ailair, a-;
Ihe liave rxtsapkini .1 of I ti seferily bis dis ipline.
afgt :i vn; s. There is a very g
is a very general complaint of
tin; want of irosuters, DKiSons, ate. xc., and w
d u!it not hut a coitsid treble number could Bnd imnn
atiatc employuient at 4 ni w i -.
I krgs amount
of W irk (I to be d sie Utia and winter; and there
are not enough here to d
I cold aast!
The Weathe It has now- turned cold and
ramy. Flu IM Kg dry ami warm veatber we
have had we supn.-se vye may now exp.-et the re-
verse. Whwcafenl Wecaa p A to ths river with-
v it trouble
t & r ... T 1
ti run up m 73 cents. We
shij r. K ne prices nav
.1 : i . 1 ' .1 l. 1.
t.iitiK iny cannot rang rents in uioa nign. 1 ne rise
was too smld-ii from 4") to 73 in some three weeks.'
The demand is yet 'od, however.
The U'incheo r Tatnot complains of iM'injr - sm k-
ed nt" by the "Nation,! Whig." Ht it gsjt the etil
' 1 Z I L- HL I. U. fta.-.
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concern, is every sense ni tbe word.
The Wish aartmi I ,,,,, 1 ihe 5th sari -Waters
Ihe Washington mon of Ihe .Kt ms, We are
was for several hours I i day iu coiisultatiou With his,
Tin 4vs I l am Mexico,
There are several points enouected with ine recent
news Prora Mexico which invite remark.
hi is. tii it tin- aeeounta are nesrlv or unite all of
Mexican origin; and inereflwre may be presumed to
Itneficans than :lie truth will
warrant, avert inesc acouunis nove cu,,ce -
Sfreal fa I of the rapture ol" the MextcaH capital by
, o .... ..i .i . it... ..i e...)imlinr i
I It'll. S o t, on or ab ui
14ni ).' September.
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Whether be Was nailed to resort to a hoflfibarinietil,
out, ihsagh th M xtc ta ave mats, is, thai the Auh
rnmsts ttssk several pieccff uf cansjott. "Twice be
(tea). Leun repulsetl the colttma that attacked him,
it id im the se rood be sallied from bis position re-
re I. f
, . ur. ; but then be
received i m r?:il sooud, and a few moments after-
wardsthc valiant 13 1 hier as was aim woun.
di on tn i ti I. T ie en nn
r r ,
VJ i ill
as lou.ul iiiit
1 1 g. vntaa are sir in
een Li Ptedad and
i ml nie I re itch Wtili I
ing grounds, and unttt a
N'Ut. I -
12. At n'cloc
t: . (he a:i .o'inci
.f San Antonio A
in thi nl"l!.t, the b
it nt of an alarm. Tin
, .., rl
uu sal (I
tie t i n .' f -;"iiii . in
lj till n.-
a i it
air, and long before
'.' pa me !,'iiir a tin
nn need at t
id in tin
are stationed our forces, ol cavalry and infantry
ill' Wt;.!'.! l-r It.i' CIlflllN .
Wi? o:m".'.I bi half if -t six '-titii the battery of th
the angle lortneu hv tie gateway leading to Ihe vie
ges of Li Piedad and 1 icubaya. Bul where t
eaem directed his efforts, appears lo be ths "u
r.ta" uf San Antonio A bad. The - rvaut is at i
do.ir : i u.
isiuins at Vet
t nt ml
i:i 1 1 . ii re
h Ihe rt ma in- p
tier of lo tru ivhwrh had eujfercd much, to ina
1 the adjacent bat-
ditucultv, and must
have cost u
fiom Ihe scj
man v valuable
s. Iiswas however
t .o ci' . We inf. r
l tiiat liiere uas po
tt i lilies) that the
dreadfully by disclnnfes imiii
c, uf the ii tuses. The Ves-cl
(Hat t; e
nigh! of the i:;h, or
ling in the city does
m re, nor t. e loss of
iiiericuti writing from
u red on a ro id tLe
America n oarrison oi i to. men at rucota, ma .
isiblv be eormct, but we hope otherwise. mm
ttonal Intelligeneet publishes the following e.
et of a letter from an American olhV er, dated
Puebi. , Setitember 10.
" A ! Ii." f xnrossea so:il tv
it hv i ien. Scott to Puebla
have been Cut oil; hut not has escaped, heilig the
only ohVia! Intelligence I h ive received since Gen. j
S- -tt left here An express came to gas yesterday
ami reported that he left Mexico OB th" 9 h, and w.
robbed nf Ins despatches. I am, and have been,
-it mined in by 1.UIM .Mexicans for the (est three
weeks. The Mlexiesns represent .Major Lally, with j
l,IAMJ men, sa aurronuded and hemmed in at Jalapa, I
ami cannot venture out. M c Lally ought to havi
been here fifteen fhivs since. 1 lie whole country
-., ..p. : ti J
nv .i i ins will ent'i 1 1 i im.
. letter ir nn rueoia in tl-o ,ew mrieans i .ia.
a a- ft a 1 .1 . v t t . 1 .
, . , ..... . - I
dated Aug its! tibtli, represt nta the gates ol ths cityss
bhkaded by hosta of Mexicans, bot U speaks of the
Lfrr.sori as hv linif the.i.s. v,.s in danger, ami find-
1 , a
inr no diifit ultv in obtainiag supplies of provisions
9 - Ii I
ro,n without. The latest date fro,,. Poebta that we
, . , .. 1 . , .,
11 ive -e. n 1 - .--eju. ,,, um; Mj Bvci insu ine Buuvc,
,t v. .h r,.((.,r!s ,,,,, tbe Capital, (ml aaakes no
j,,,,,,,' ,t UlU. 0f things 4, Pucbls, fragt which
K maJ Wlrerred ,,. WI l!,r felt rm particular
alarm. Col. Childs, who conmsiitds, the Americaa
garnsiNi is brave and experienced officer.
Mxjoi Lallts Jimin. rue statmoenl iu the
abme lHIrr a?i h' -Major Lally s tram is at least ex-
crated, h is very true he was at Jalapa n the
11th nit., but he was not so sm rounded as to pre-
v..Mt B etsa:ftaseBt of 90 men leavum him on
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ist day. end arr.v.ngHafely at Vera cut. Our aopa
is that he retrttllted at lalapS Until Gen. line's divis -
, op. in which ssos, their mint force wonU
bet 1 least WWnQ With ibese tl I the would
- 11 ... m oopsiuey would
d... . ..i o ii ..
ou'it tie attle to i tit tlu.ir wa toy I neb i. loner-
J " '
..... , ., ... . ,
1 k vrÄ ruxSept lUth, and probably reach-
mm m a n . tmM Ut mm. Ut -
la'.apa about ihe -'"d Tue National Uridge was al -
or not, does not clearly appear. The balance ol Ufooid try his fortuuea once more im the northern I ,7 A M',lrr",,: 10 un tt,e otner a.i io tose me amwuroa or amjcxwra jocxey vote. Ibe , ,.r tlM cwy N.;tl,r Ml ., ,. alihy -ml.tio,,.
;?;) denee, k far, H against (be bombardment. Uoe of nperations. HU bad ineeeas before, and old ""ba -r hot MMr'nl' Tt T " 1,,ut ""l, - llw com ", epiftle. The arhig. .re M.nj eUmrities were read snaat the ,,.rmd of g.sta-
' ' 'u h ! "' "- - Y Z- personal r rcea, ma, dtaconr the at- amwnop.y Answer of vXÄ ,,,,, ",,S; ""'r ;" ' ""; !
I Al, in this aevere atltir the A neans (ought they .n.oc (ohl with yonr pay. ' ' irerhavethe, pmUically one with (I ase EÄ.tÄ
w ) at an immense disadvantage, yet it is plain wen from - - I here are abmrt rme hundred and fifty in exneditum that tney have un. rayUw. Hero is ttHtn.. ' . kmuArmä LJ.. .w i,v.: rX.
W I is M-v,. n secounl , tlat tho accomplished all that Vll "uVal ill ÖoerTti:... vl'v lZ "' ' !" hiS X ,B,dIi: 1. fro ane unn.t.r.1 ranse,' a. msKsrsWtii ,
H. thev undertook. One fact which incidentally loans ariseicisj UelCMScsJ Wo 'Lüvr . .. ."" ,'''y 1l,,boV extrael is only called Haicstebs Aanr or Oc c t r itiöm . &c. The j,dge charged the jury, es s asstfer fasr,
ready occupied by a detachment of .out (roups ander
Mow that the Mexican army, or what remain of,
t. kttm been driven out of the eaniffst. if mau tL-p mal
... i r j
,,,, j;,,. j,,,,. ,,f communication between Vera Cr us and
, , r
Mexico, With a view to cut off re-inforeeineflla and
pites. ... tn.t ease, tm. i,m win Have me nanus
full. Bui be v. ill act bis part bravely, come what j
it.. i ..i i . i.. ... n ir: ...
. ... . , . .... . . . . "
,,,;1V He commanded a brigade at Buena Viata.
yain, it would not be Mrange if Santa Anna '
IVom i ii. .eo'.t.
LovirrtLf. . Oct 7(iP M.
The Bteamer Unci ass jut rrird. tKtegise Na
Orleai i papers the 28h, nhteh are full of ramrsung
dutail nf th xsrfsoeaa m Mexico, but reniam notbisig
llani from Geo. ttcott than has before been published
A parti of snerülafl mads ac attack en the town of Mier.
on th ntght of the 7th ttlt.,'snd suereedinl in carrying off
i. . .i . .1 nun . B.M, ...I.. . .1 . ...
(jniii's in lbs nounl il pta nun nr .tu.uou. Qn the m irn-
ti s t lbs Bth the roltbera wers pursued and evertaken,
anil after a bard fight, iu which six goenlies snrre killeJ.
the stolen propertj sras rrcotered.
In ihc papers receive' I I find lbs gratifying intellijrnce,
that the Encuruat ion priaonerii bave at las-t bsen rsteased
hv the Mrxirans, and ; portion of them bate arrived at
i v i )i leans
The !i ii er of ths Neamer Lena etdoded blw Mate
Iraoroa, bj srhich ihecabiu saa torn to fragments, and a
,ulv and boj serinuala noondrd.
I .rn vimc r.'vcn!i'i'ii tie ohs in Xmv Orleans fr -m j vl-
f, w r during the tw dava rndiitg
8. ;ii"-l !vvs,
7- .' i ' dfor th i 'ineinnmti Pi,"
Extraordinary Siurvt and Fhwds Bridge sw?
torn (!; Itaitrvad injured Canals vrobabti.
Despatch to Mr. O'Reilly f om Pittsburgh rifjr srnt ti M
at damagS i;a brea l ma hy ibc lata toitn a it fioods h
th A U-tiai v Mountain. Anoihei -t tm of treuirtol i
vi it DCS (iWrpt a a ay V it a I bl idgt- a i il QImI -l hi liiir
h dam i ii ilci.ivi '1
mvetal days. I . te atsidaf miii mo ('biladel
i, i rettrneil Ptttoti U fui -is hours
I a ii K-jpaoti post vvc.c mew ha I injured ftbm
stream nhris bridgei s?en rat it i off, especial
Hlituiitatm I'a-- i 'i- 1 1 1 -rn Phi '!' '( In a ifj-uil
bu i' i hi vu queliaiu-a ioe sudden ty to t km
i. v tfli- a ii z t In- t. . ii Is - ca-t , oe 1 1 II Mit i i, ..ii
ing tin- lehgiaph and iailrtad in tbat van iu.
(i ibei thinatcaeii mrntioo lhal the Cunbetlai
It din a i 1 1 - a. Hariisbutgh, i well ine L m
! ., isbaigh Railtoad Bomewbat iujurrd bj
T::i. ) It.sul E'lti.i is C.: I Fl'CSlU'1 It ml
I. s l Life.
l'iTi-ri aon, tcf, (I, I2 A HI ;
Th Whiga of Mm I on! havr, rlacied I'haprrtsu, Rmnao, j
auat d Chiiifield lo Coogtess, and ni' Dem nats Ligen
and .Mi I. am'. Tita Whig ii'Vf a atajoiit in the LegOta
tuo-. Thurna is rkecd (tovetaor.
(i cii ilotnta have ptevaiieS m Pennsylvania ami Maty
lasd, attended with gieal Id- of rnopetsy nu the Patapeo
od Pauluxri i livt in Cummuniratiisj i- intctiupted on tin
Putumar braurh af iha wVashtugtoii and Batiiinn Raihuad.
BudVuauigh nt inundated bigbsi ihau eei known.
In tin- li -1 1 ict uf Celutabia foui awa bavc lien diswnsd
and um k ill d by lightt ing. I
k"t (!.' $ t'ttTH E'elfXntpft.
i.. t i vn i t.. Oct. ti, isj m.
The tramei Bmpire bs" arrived1 heat Nea Otteass srtih
dales ol the iiistaot Nu ltei sews bad betu leceived
horn the City nl Mexico. I
The ppets contain - me later sewn f era the Kiu Grande,
I b M-i- natellig nre i- mostly uuimpurtsut.
I u u Mexic ii - we.c muidirrd .it .M.u iinu.as by a dum ken
Texan volun eei mi d rei arrested.
General i sshtng'ft Brigaca was kucamped at i nkt Aim on
it, v .. v In i a CrUX.
1 h Gueiillaq on be Ui i Grands wers biToaiiiig bolder.
Col, lea in - Kegiaieui uf (Mtio Voluuicer4 -a t i cd al New
ti nans us tbr l-i lost., and were immediaietf placed on
. .poiti im Vet a Cms. I lie bealtb ui las Uuspa io-
lit.-in." The 1) -i"ii (' mrter saya tin I money
tauallv abundant in that c.tv. it also s.iy, that "the !
kl) returns of I :e r i I w ay lines continue (0 exhibit
sense recent-, outstripping, in some instances,
nn dctious i if the im-' sanguine friends of intern-J
ai improvements. Ti g Bastern, Maine, Filciiburg
Lowell, Worcester, Western Providence, Old Colony
ami Fall River, are all of thcijp earmug ample dive
mmds, and are daily establishing the n-' Ives in tin
f ivir and confidence, as safe channels for invest
ml revenue. The gsin on the Western in tm
ek was gfUft, I'Tli, and the (hree msI w. ekaah wi
soihHM, increase over the corn' p iding period Ü
llö. The estimated smoont of receipts for the ores
vll gnanctal year, winch chrses unthcBI
ft ' in v hieli
id liiere re-
.:o.OOO, or St:t;-l.OOi gross gau
uiie-third fur increased expense
r cent., on Ihe present ahan
Ciinifl of four tflioiu. An the net incnoit
was within a fraction of :
orescnt cannot be far (Vom
it., that ot
, : . s o .
A lew vt
re. S m?
r :ii Broun-j
It aliut (MMi
lMj t, lKV
.s,;i.i U in i
' ' ' ,n
ri ti to t ji.'sjjt.
'. baila bill it u as
- , w-a ,(
r the rounds of ihe paper-,
he lett. r. Uol how did ehe
! Bf her infdmoos business,
, it would nave neeu
double lesson is thus
is p;ne- away Ivr w
For Uompftftller, Orville Hungerford, of Jtfferson
countys Lt. Governor, Nathan Dayton, ol .Nia-j;;';
Secretary of State, Edward Sandford of New V'ork)
Attorney General, Levi S. Chat field, ofOstegt Treas
urer, Gi urge W. Cujriea, of Wayne: State Bagineef,
i). W. Childs, of Onondaga : ( anal Con. missi oners.
Joltu C. Mather, of Rensselaer, Kli-ha 1).
nfmntMiMMi bri'tlericU Pullet, of GensWee
, i; .
on Inspectors, John Fisber, of Westchester, Geot
Caldwell, of Mouteomerv, Norman B, Smith. if IS
Tavlor has as man
'cü faces as
1 corirait pa haters and eugravera make physical onea
' L i . I I I .1. I. a. . A A 1 at ' '
i.iiu, we siiouiu miua unit cteii ine "Wlinnut a
inina mat even nie "wmioui a
vhiir-. would bt; cautious iu ffOlUS
v.hy or wherefore- whigs would bo cautious in going
.. v , n
IM ws At if nrxnii.
The Democrat is wrosar, we think. It is snlv the
.r,,.. noliiin-,,, ihsi a ill ..nt fiwinml tnku
' .' ........ I'WI.IIVI'.II HIHI ' , . 1 ... I .11, ...l.'V.,
Air. 1 i a v iiatl "faces" for tiie north and the
,. rP c .
south. 1 WO Iliore one tor the east
we8t might have saved him, me 6.
Sal and one lor the
swst int gen. tmv mm, mwj uw.
Sows Hopes Yet. Our neighbor of the Journal,
WOO 0 Kilday asserted that the war had cost -Five
Hundred Millions uf dollars," and "Ten Thousand
Litaa, has modi tied the . statune nt, and reduced
i it to one bmidred millions, this 1 taxing od a lew ;
but he has left "Ten inousattd dead yet. Lenthe
- - - " ' ,
tall a lew from that 1 e think that when Ins tale
ia fairly traced, it will be like that of the man who
"puked up thr.-e black crows."
TW Washington Union of theÖth says, Weenn-
I. M ...-rious has ha.me.ied
, to Worth, or Smith or Pillow ; for the letters which
hate reached Washington directly loom Vera Crux
are Stlct upon the subject We know Who are their
w ir..ow tiiai thev emanate fr,.,.. otbeers
BUOIOi B tl U Ktlltn lllill ii ii, ft. .....
. .. u l .. .
............ - i .-, , 1 1. ..... lie a ml ei nt uiu is
nil''.-' vii.iiui i'l I'l mini, mi' in,'"" i
horon ,.Av established. Thev say notbtng about the
I . a . mm.
1 wounds of VVoflfa or tbe deaths of the other generals."
Tns Fourth Indmmj Regiment. Tim Louisville I
Courier, of the 28th ult., publishes what purports tu I
he sn extract of a letter from the mouth of the Rio
Grande ns follows :
er is at present a c msiderabie excitement in
'"""I' ncerning the muster roll. It is required thai
when i he ldi
is pay lie a (fixe his name
t(1 :l ,mit,.r wiuch ,e voullleem
for dura.- the war, wiilioul reference to one or anv
...I.., - . r,. . . . !
other number of years. The retrtment declares aud
f5W,nr'4 ,l ! "tewr 'e service op no such eutditmn,
o um. aiiscasot Lite Hetttucky papers, ou the India-
'""i". '' -'t ..,.,. ,.i:. mere is not, we be-
eve, one word of truth in the whole charge. The
Iitdiamans are n -t lite men to W thus ; and alien the
,n,,:' s?" beTtHtud out, it will turn ui to be an itber
i.i n.i i-i.i vtajc tr nsburgh K"jioxitnry.
i... ir ... f . . .
Wearegladtu ti ltd one whig paper in this State
wi ,.1 ., ., .
m ii. i u i onueuuis ujc inn ouir rnn''
Cts. (it II it l.i1 1 1 i;i i ! iiv hnticm
-.r ... I, ,
. i on on i i I nn- ,
üe its appearance in that t"-
"1! i "'
I i urier, the comp
nendacity, as the
I lit tii" slain!
i l " ''
' ' ' ' "
,l ''i') 1
J",i' 1 u
vour count I
. ,.t... ,
naked as .t
nrgan n t
can the ma
lull you e.u no; Know w.iat ou were
'fir&l though! en list ; -and thai
tn acted the fool ! ! No other inter
civtn to the language o the Journal,
fit does sti'-ii a statement, hart. ami
iven, place th- Journal, the readiiti!
any sancuon n s A re
) honor, io aelf-pride
thev bo lost to oatriotism.
thai pride without which there is an honesty to be
led thus gradually a I ng into Tortism And why is it
that sucii a state uf things exist ! Our tthig frien. s
need n il be t dd lhal the leadc
::ii 1 uudisguisi dly t rusade agi
its const i tutcd au'horitiesi Bttti
rty openly 1
n country. '
to h.. (old
Is it nut, then, discouraging to vnlunh el
th u tln-v are btirhtiiig in an unjust war .'
fighting against I rod '' r anngliteous purposes (hi t
Üiey are slaves, fijjhtitig for Jim Pni'1 (help the
decency !) not such sentiments .'in! tit id cotof rt'
the enemy .' hat is ;i but saying to Mexico, .
,u, ! FtgiU evtri Your cause in jurt t We shaft
soon hunt ii majority nt Congrc, when Jim
SH ILL HAVE NEITHER Mil LIES NOB MEN !
II 'hi out a-whtle, tiii we wi.is ciune to the rescue !
In the mean lime, ' hut fakl. ".,'. and wel-
otoi tiv grave, urgloo-
o power in the United
w our armies, pay you
my prisons, Uli re get i
States, and aSe will kwithd
all damages, give yon T
ami I iregou ! !" I 'o s not
from the higltesl n iiig (em
. .-.nil nerhaps Louisiana
irs not such language nut forth
, , .....
ig temple, am ami comtort the
enemy, aud d sei
F vomnieefe j
lt thf u vou v are discourag
homes, is- i' vTiil not insulting
not reflected ou the eoueeqi
says they bare not. We she
the result of Ihe "reflect tone1
and return to their
be told (hit Ihev l ave
We should really like to know Distresic -reflations"
of ihe Journal, If it from a citizen o
will not give it to us, why withhold it from the ol-
...ta i..,.t.. i- uu-nnJ ii,. .i te" i .,i-r, ....
m I fj, 1 'S , IU ; ' C'WI til' l.pIO IUI V I V" M tl
They may gu Lome without
i qtudeltons which naturally
s ! oold tin y do so, it is a
beitis d nie to am
.1 . 1
il-, tiiid plead U
o more of a bin's
ii .eil i h ii v ti r.
trill' s, we HO
the ßghtins i
give tiie worl
whigs intu pc
; ;i ad tin reby ca rry out
comforting (he enerov,
I wrtinff fr.n "liuei.a
A cor I
"It erteves ns to the heart to see so manv of the
American Presses giving aid and comfort" to (he
enemy; hut it gratifies na to eee thit tliey do not be
long to the dens cracy.
"I tell you, it stirs up the blood of those who have
sacrificed 1 Vert Comfort endured every hardship, ami
are no v in the field of battle for their country's i, n
or, and lo see iis citizens justified, when the publica
tions of their f llow-citizens d. noun te them as bandit-
f litem as itanuii-
ml deny tn it (be
it i . ou or in ii
tier jusuni -n iy tm
f the lorti ii of old ;
ml edit 101
1 r country
Ii ;- ftght ' ., and WOU t:
Judas did. n..r term of aervtce will soon
, (.xl,ired. and then we Will return home t.i battle
I, ,1,,. meu at the ballot box, to maiuUitt our
fffeav t fit-jg r 1 ti l.iiie.
Hon. Amos Kemiall ttnd 1 . 0. J. SflHTHt f owners
ami agents of BdoasEfs latent,) have recently been
' nil n I' 1 . 1 1 ti. t 1 1 1 ..lit V i.il.k h.iri. ma it-, l.iu ri, ir..t,i
o,,,,..- ,,.1..,,. ,.....,.., ,,,...
0,10,1 autttority, 11 ev made arranaetnetns tor uuiiotng
a line of Morse's Telegraph from New Orleans, through
Nashville, Lexington, Slid Maysville, to Wheeling,
"e T? ? ) ' Clm"U
and "ittsbrgb ; tne whole to be under one Company,
RH to be (tuislied at the earliest msmible period äv
uv the (trat of January, lI4. ('iu. Ena.
frVThe Columbua Statesman savs! "Durinv a
imJtme H,oni,t the lifhtuing took a notion to work
(ne Telegrapii on its owq book, but mad.' sad work of
it. Ronuing along the wires it entered the Telegraph
office m (his city, and melted the wrapping of the
magnet, so that the eommunieaüon was cut ot? for
sevetill I. mis. It is now restored tod readv (ttf MV
,,e that may come this wav.
A HeaVS LoaO. A Ute Cincinnati paper in speak-
ing of a drunken scoundrel who was caugnt by the
in . .. UM. - g, -j
ii j ,i .... i.'i'i.. . t
i... i-o m ml i ..'ei.' 1 1 mil. aa tf s 1 1 1 reo or lour BIO
y-j ...... f. ' ' '
let sheep, and a pair uf saddlebags were found upon
Agtwftoer Letter frotti Gem. T.iylor.
Tne poor political devila uf tue whig perty see
determined to kill off (Jen. Taylor one way oranoih-
er. It rather strikes it, as observant I aikera mi, tint
they are play ins; a ! ti!l game; and lital lite late
letters to tne General, am merely tricks of ftaessi
designed ta finish him politically. It" so, thev
V" . , . . J,
, 9 :,:ul mU f"lly M,,v'" ,K 1
diiii't KiH'in t rcliMli bi'hifr iln iAMvt tiv tt.j
aVnt't sH.'tn to relialt beiuff droo:ed by the lareest and
... ii , 1 , i' .
influetitial pari ol ti.e whig party; nor can he
ionp ew atontorcy, August in. i-t,.
- ...,...,..,,,.,.., ,,
LYT!!, ttT- '"!, " ""'T1
i ',,...,,. n m that mm .,r ,v L n..r.
addrmwd ! ihIimum in lbs United 8tta in answer tu
asmilaw iuquinea, hav ahead beea Stade public., and 1
ll.'iti If t I 1 1 I S lllllll'll til it ill hl'l-llllS llltl II SltH 1 1 . . 1 111 tili 1
I i i . .,. . . i . . , . .
, ill" ii a "'iin i'iiiiv a. . hi. in- ht.uA I. .!,
uf mv viem md diriHi r. I.iik.h m ilü ui.i. . i
" BP(ri however, lhal sueb i nut ibe cast-. I rjeern u
. . prpr, tu npiy in mir Iftter. ufMtmfti y Is riunt thai I
Hie tni) hopes uotiefort th ptopleof the United Stmtesms a emuli
r illicit 'il ami we dmtejbr tkt seal Presidency Ii i- mi great oeaire im t9'
5ia k. . (;(. ' I'tin al the i I. uf tins ,mr to rite diacharge ! ihoss
pruiemHnnal dulis ntid tu iin- etiiivniiil ul iIhms dunnna
none the n lie ptirauitti ir in srtiirti I railed at its Hnnnieocement,
. ( I I 4" . ..I . I ... . . . .- ...
111,1 '"' " i' in v iasis an,: nun- onm in t ti: m
I deem it but due i candor t statu, al tin same lime,
hat.ii I wi re ratted lo the Preatdtmtial Chair b ihr
i in ml ruin of tin people, without rrgmrd t their poiiti-
at Bißerencrs, I simtiiil detn it in be sty di
ft .1' a a.
ine ine, natuinn i ireely avow mv nil u iimint in
iha ndminiatrattva pottcy 't our tar'tf Presidents. I desire
it In ln understood that I eannol sulnnit, vi n in :1ms :n -cepting
it. i" l lie ex art ton if any nthff pledge as tn the
course I ffhoutd pursue I ban lhal I diaebarging its tunc
limn lo the In si ul my ability, and strieMy in aeemdancs
v,tii tin r i.i. mi uts ni tin constitution.
,1' Ik ..... - -.
ii i e ?!nis given m
cm I iii induct il i
6 nl Prestdenl f tin
thai I camiol in ant i
eircmusi mces under w hu h
pi tin- bijh ami rcspousibte
Hi -I States. I seed hardly
permit mivsi If to he brough i
by a v nf the pditial par.
divide our countn , as their
t Ii iS I ' ttll'l .
1 1 (T 'id- me
r with your high ai
bead and be irt, il
I . VVl BSTt R. I
iinsuibd rittzens M---is.
o ( I M I i n., and I i tint
In i n tutted iijiiiii ui tin tust
I. OK. M,tj (,,n I
., (' il. stun. 8. f.
iini dim iu I jfs sre going up ctiutiiiitaily
II 11 i(,S (ll
readt market and a li,r profit. The laud rtsjl
;: ! .nan the voyage by water. The brig had 'J:?!
my tmssage to lhe$andai-h Islands. .s;ie lav (here
1 ii hree ttionths lo mir. Most of imr pae-etig t re
ii u med there. Prom the Islands, 17 days sailing
brought her to Columbia bar. Here she met with a
gal unicii las. I'll eight days, ami by which site was
iriveu lo Vancouver's Island, then put into Near Bay,
,ii the Straits of loan de Fuca, where slm lay one
week, and frimt thence pntceeded about I'll in.!' i to
Port Vaictona, one of the Uudaou Bay ' n. tststiona
irovisiotis sod water, tne bttg remained there
a -days, .-; .nl rt commencing her voyage, entered
mouth i f the Columbia river early in March in
!v.- ll tim Trav.
Anhiii.k it.ok OX Auolitiovists. Remoral n
: fees we see, in (he correstiondeuceof the ! 'it
burgh tiazette, datid al Cambridge, 0., Nt. 19, that
ti the Tuesday previous, i mob gathered m front of
ihe office of "the t la r ion of Km tium.' an abolition
paper, printed in that place by Al. Hull, and stoned
and egged h t' r uearlv a winde itioht. The cause of
tne mob was offensive epithets used by the editor to
wards citizens ()' I he place.
( Ui the evening in-fore thai alluded to. a fiht oc
curred belwei ii :ui abolitionist ami one nS tiie citizens
a crowd gathered and after tie heilige rents were
nailed, repaired to the office and committed the .'-
. r ",'
had not ti
was raised id upack up Ute pres and
id it oil." which would have been done
us:.-- interfered and called lor a
suspension f hostilities.
The result of tt was, that Hull should retlKWe with
his press trout the village. Unrmg the armietiee, Mr.
h;t , rem outre with one of our citixens, m
kVhich he uas deft
ihal wounded in
c, are n un loca
lis Road, eight
ihe race. I lie pre
I'd Cadtls Ihe writ;
county, in wind
another ot im
ii, accontj a-
tll tt a tleigO
u the ard,
ii i i
la rat ions it intending to kill, approached
imt withstand'.Ug the latter warned him frei
i em r
ul of the
II- re lies th- Body nf
J '-' jdi i ll. mo. r.-tj ,
."on ol Kogel ilb una,
l.-ij , who v as Ihe drat
W lute .Man that Came to
J't v ,.!. ace. In w it- Id -rn
lot I, be tin tl au. IT 1714,
,,, ,(. 1 , ,.ir ,,- tu a
In King Phillip's A m be eonrageooaly eenl ihrosgh,
And ihe n itive ludtani he brat I v did Mtbdue ;
mi uowm bu - eotie down lo ibu Grave, ami be will be
Until 11 please Almighty God hi- bodi to restore,
liitu smut' prMf bIiniw ;is be think tit in In.
rerhatM like 1 Grain of Wheat aa V ml sets firth yog M B,
Collllthl.iIlS, I st M ink, löth Chapt. 37.
-I' 'I'.ll.i' II n I U o ill - .iMis. e loam friHlt tin?
Cumberland AluutaineeT, that a font aourder was
committed: by a woman upon the persori of lief 1ms-
hand, v tn tew davs air . This woman ia lins Baute
identical Mrs, Frey who wis accused of being ncces-
sory tti the murder of a former husband, (Mr. Frey,)
in Ihe up, er part ! Mh-hany county, .Md.. so ne
(wo or three yt irs since, and (ot which Wm. S. Crise
aulfered death upon the gallows. She committed (he
foul deed while le-r husband waa steeping, by pouring
I. ei lead into Ins ears. This lat tragedy was per-
formed in Pennsylvania, and near Ihe Alar-, land hue.
tSiie is now confined iu jail tu aw , it her (rial.
State or RklksIox, A eorresocsjeot in a neigh-
boring I wn gies the following rather ancom promts-
ing account of the occurtioua of a rainy Sunday in
the country. His letter w dated the 12th ult.:
"It haelteen a stormy day, arid tbe naroiiug hoose
SS tot M Opened. Most ot the members ot tht
society nave been out shooting pigeons, or nrtug at a
One I the Odert bubeefl 'working out ins
tax, I suppose, aa I noticed him mending tbe road in
out ot bis ttouse.--Proc4dVace Journal.
i ,,, ... i , I ,i . ill" A ' , ,
'" 1 Arn between I bi.iadelp.ua and 1 .its- it
Iff . I I 1 a mV i m M - . - a
hurjh is ail out uf order, a uual.
iim: Ah : i r i i:u.
l I V M l 1 I.F'D.
T lie medh'al ml li--.! iK.f'i i.-. mis ti. I'a.
Ledger, will valued t" Bed ilit a kid trial decss
iim ha been hik; ;it Uanca4 r, v. Inch rtih' a laesj
mmiled "int in both pronnnintia. 'J " t ease wns a
trial in wl i'li itf pnajveajtrix, who eJwfged At dc
ieodanl with beinej tle father of bet iHesitimate rinld.
testified tha the last t. me he was w her .mj.atiy,
. i ft ft I j1 Iff ft S - a ft..
WRM nil Li" -.U liftV U -:irrli, A. I. I G I), RtlO lllSI
whsoii .! .n hi .m:iomi, .a. i. iw, iiiui ui.u
, . -y born'fm the UUthuf Januarv l-;i both
that the untwial Snffth of lime (Hdavs bevond tbeor-
dinarv M5rnuJ) was no Wtacle tolheomviioniiTlIsi
def udant. and be was accordingly ronvicled. A
medical spector ... the U n and Mmt.n. l, nntark-
ing noon the cae, aava :
"This ta an important cae. heint; the first tmae in
America, where by Judicial decision. It haa bseal l -
, III l . lital nfrnt 1 .Ii ii,-.. I... nr.lr... t...l t.. 'AMI A- -.
i'ii'ii -ir ii in ii - i ii ii inn I if, iiiw.i.ni.ut,..,,.,
f t j .i .
,., ,.r:. . t , t a n r:i im-! IM:, . t: ir :n v-.l,. run iialii-
tfoMOCPATftT. Tuo now school nf medicine pro
sctibea small d es (or disemi k, and well they may.
One art tele, tie Aconita, tegetab)ealkall, in a
deadlv pninou m the" r-fifteenth o:,rt of a grain,
i tore ii but one msn, Horssn, in London, who dare
jUtreC frum the Am ntiua
itapeilus it niri bane, and be sHls it al s t)d a
pram, r s ll
nervotif rffT ctii
an ounce : l m nnuiciiie is neu in
ns, in ptlls or ointment. Several other
d hv the inn- j .t'lhists in ssntät suites,
i elladooa, arsenic, corrosive suuli-
rt . a
linglon !'ii ii sacs one of the now pes
inn :.l oneral uns, .1 d Arm it in, . nirdo
mi, tm Set i re, vs, or anlfs ha IST, t;;r ex
e aut oilier srtificia 1 snbstsssse ever smde.
m of the article have Utteiy seen receivtsj
aportstie.n. hv Air. I'atli'rli, a pot in m t y
'. fir which he j-aui ,' ' thilurt in H w
list rare, nn OUtU'C WüuW cost tu htllidted
a toa would ho a i n th he less a sasn than
'tun fi hundred end sen tawninsgf
ii nn pathtc system will hs .he must
m. The Egyptian metlead of tigsisiming
v i6 vt r eompdex and expensive, A
is been ii .. (! by l r- Falmcstnch, of
i ltd socct .-.fullv ft it niii'd mi a straii:er
It s hi'.'v si.unai be sasjl hi his fhciait.
if art er ma in the seeh and ptm tsaWd to
tfog nf :..s c. highly i" pregnad, into
ly, until be became satisfii ü (hat (hi Band
iwi j into every in and avenue through
. The arteries weft (hen tightly 1. tl
'Xclude the air. and 'Ins t ni'd tlie wlt.le
is raid lhal this mode of embalming will
new in. iie I,
S tin rt :t"ii t isxette, that a
Liorhsm, nl Barre, ah'iut
(41 ssjSvffjj and soon nfter-
f tevere h rt. Indenting
ind roan laining df a prick lifsg
A MUgcnn :is failed, ho
do. :li- puint uf Wi.ieh r etl
i"n ti 'ho diii.i tilt breathii p.
mctiiTy in oreatiiitt
usatndi in i er sidi
fiumd m needle in
!'u' 'u,,i :i, '
I be needle w extra led, und Km child ia doing II.
ne needle was swallowed by (Ins .h:id suuil' tune
Water Ccse. The Water Com lohffcal of Dr.
Shew, of Neu kork, in an article uaj using cold water
on I fHstitnplin, gives ins can. .on l It it to be re
membered thai we cannot l.auiin evory ji rson. and
that are may fct mwmjf ; (at alttinj't!'' Tln i com
fortable to the eat nut.
I - FCL f .. t t! c ('otirt of t". inn ot
Picas iu rortsttmath, N. II., a n an. named Si!eper,
last week tdnsined terdwl of 25(1 damages for un
s, ilful rreatmenl in netting bra collar bono, which
bad been broken. Tlte bones unitssj, but not in dm
1 1 Ii, r i'i o't.
A physician who holds ;jjr!. peatittssi in his wav,
states thai in-atiily is hot a funetn ual daseasi of tne
bra n; lhal -t n ri ly oVpenda upon the healthy acttusi
' ft lie body, and lital it cannot be seated unless through
ignorance and ma 1-tiesUuesa.
T mi it
eof an . .s s i i, to he a s;ocih"e for
ickins in the throat . It ü to In- sv a J?ovv-
raw, and will carry down a bone easily and cer
inly. Ther ia amuhar tact bsaching f-gg5 which it
mild be well tu Hinein hi r. When, as -oinet ,ines
a cn ut occurs, corrosive sublinstte is awalknredw
white of one or two ggs. taken luum d.atelv,
I I w
io neutralize ti. ! poison and change the eflect to
t ..C .1 . .t . :, ..II... I '
The Fluahing Journal
says, lhal I . v in lhal loa n cored herself ol a dropsy
in ih' ell t ;n us tig ties rool rat the nardeii aaarstSW
A few eleate'd roots sere boihd m a tjuart of water,
until it w is diminished toa pint. KefssatedHr during
the da j KtuaSI quantity was taken, mixed v.nh a
portion uf gin, and ever) lymptom disa;peartHl. After
a tew doses tu? gm was omitted and law sVanarfiasi
only used. 'J be Journal roucts 1 tor the truth of this
Rkm 8 B is ., I'r. Cniichtin. phy
siciau of ihe tamper r of lue-.a. related that a Msaag
girl in Ihe si ri ice of the I'. nice of . vv tm hud lor
am tie lime kept her bed With a nervous saTcrtjtss, at
! appearance, was deprived f life. Jit r
Ihe cbaracteri of death ; her bodv was
tld; and every other aynaaSjtnn of deathi
ted, 8he was resnwred imotoauther tom.
- in . ii
d placed m a colon. On the day fixed for her f une
'i by in us, an-onhuj t the custom uf (he Country,
re sung bt lore (he dor ; but, at the very moment
v v.ere gt in;: to nail sown the coffin, a jw-rspira-11
Was set n upon her skin, and in a few minutes it
is succeeded by a convulsive motion in the hands
n 1 few minutes she nai n d her eves, and
uttered a piercing scream. The facility were caÜeaf
instantly in, and in a lew days her hearth wan fw
estah ished. 1 account which she gave of her sitn
at nn was eXtretm ly curiou--. She s.i.d appeared
to dream thai she was dead, bat .-:. was sens. hie to
every thing that was passing around her, sad dislisast
ij beard her frtenda bewail her death ; she felt them
nVelop In r in the shroud, a:.d place her in thecotiiti.
Tie scusaiion gave her extreme agony, and she at
tempted to sneak; but bet soul wan uniblc tonet ffXjHns
her It 'dv. S!ie describes ier aenssliona as ver- cose
1 1 ad, 1 lory 1 as If the was ami a s not .11 her body at
Ihe same instant. She attempted in rain hr move has
arm-, to O) I ll her eyes, o sj.t ;k. The aeony WaS at
its height when she btmrd Site funeral hyajga, and
t- lumJ lint t t lie v w
The horror of 'tu 1:
e ab ail io nail down the coihn.
P buried .Vive ngyaj n in w impulse
, r I,. I, Willen it -tum ;i to. ne r over itn coijHi-
real organ iz r. and produced theefiects which cx
cited ihe notice ol those who wees a hont as 1 imstyt
lier to a prematura gl av e. a j-rnn SXS .
A SlXGül vi: 1 I a n B. About the time of the pcr
B 11 iu S otlaud, li-. Ihsktne was taken stidfhii
Iv ill. ttud to all human aime,,ran.-e m.-d. II.. i...
- u v ft -
tinker ras a rm, whu-ti her relatives attempted to
itkeoff; bttt bctnf to mu.-u vo:len, h was found
i tn pract ica ble. Accordingly sin- sras buried with it
on. The sextnti betng itiformed of this circumstance,
went at night to the grase dng o,- uas eoaaw bmke
jt open ind began lo cut the bttgCff on which the
ring was placed, with a pnk?uv. The httwaj flonisl
on; ; when she exclaimed, 0, ' patMW upi-n
which the sexton sras ataisnesl, at d lad with priainj
tatti n. She immediately arose, w nt home, ami
knocked at the deor. Mr Fnrtiinrsarn. whw in ths ist"
-he answers, opea iltc l or n besj be replnai, 'if ave
wife had not been buried, I should believe lhal I hear
ber voice,' Ths door was afngarsj. she entered the
bouse io bis j ry and astoniidiSSeat.
After Lhii remarkable uvfturrence, Mrs. Krskinc
lived several years, and bare Ebenener Kiskmo. a
ceiebraied Scotch Divjne, antbor of t latft SsllgtHjf
obliged tn fke to
ti accouui 'f tii" persecuttt n was
: i as, i small island near S'.rling,
rsnuage was b un. .She called his
nt ken of her deli vera nee ; which
' '' ' .' wie. Well may
mderfu! and inytci l -ua are the waviv
of I'lvinc Prvidt uct