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Jiopi) t(J llUll i ll' Ml ll'Trt '-"ToKI III') '"ll-
Yom ii over.
W horn u r !o-ur-nt mi l nbln Elector.
H'knhv dm ? H? Tv-.o.n!l llm
' litui t wield n powerful inllufii.-o nvn
Iho people. Mo i nn elopicnl, iirnin
Ulivo and h'gicil rummier, unl never
' Uys down n position ho ii nimble t"
'maintain. Wo trust to hear from him
. won, fur thu Whig party cannot ull'ord
"to lose his powerful aid ut crisis
We think t ho democratic parly should
be ashamed of tho petty larceny they
have committed in stealing John Tyler's
: annexation scrub pony Irom under him,
ts well an mortified to he compelled to
tnount their own enndiduto upon such a
hard ridden and soro-baeked animal. The
annexation hobby belonged exclusively to
' Captain Tyler, and if any benefit is to be
derived from us origination, ho alone
should reap it. If they consider the
question of annexation paramount to all
others if they are willing to abandon all
; tho old issue?, why, in the name of com-
' i mnn itietien. ilnnt tlipv nnito nnnn fliint.
I ' f - J - - . ! -
Tyler, lio is the originator of the whole
scheme, and to the whole credit, if credit
re be. Without him tho miserable
' R abortion of a thing would never have
: been brought to life, and tho Presidential
jCoutest have been conducted solely in
i regard to the great leading questions so
. jongatissue between the two great par
ities that divide the American people.
' Thero is time yet. for them to do justice
.unto tho Captain. To render justice
1 r where it is due ennobles the human char
, ac'.cr, and if the democratic party intend
'that the annexation question shall, like
" 'Aaron's rou, swuuuw uv -u tVwr causes
. .' of difference, why the devil dont they file
" 'over to the support of Mr. Tyler?, They
' . v,.(aiuly cannot expect to prosper upon
stolen capital upon burglariously ebtain
ed political thunder! And besides they
1 are under many and immense obligations
' of gratiude to the Captain; he camo to
T their rescue when they were hopeless and
( powerless; he raised them from tho abyss
of political despair into which an up
"t reused nation had hurled them by be
traying his friends, and like the serpent,
stinging the bosoms that warmed him,
4 and defeating their most cherished hopes.
1 Thcreforo they are under the highest
possible obligations to him, and should at
t least testify their gratitude by soma act
'(' of kindness not by pilfering from him
. ; the foundered steed which he had resus
citated fcr his own use and benefit.
Honorably Acquitted. Mr. Daniel
W. Adams, the young gentleman indicted
for tho killing of Dr. James llagan, of
the Vicksburg Sentinel, about one year
since, was honorably acquitted, on Fri
day, the 28th ult., in tho Hinds county
f Circuit Court. We cordially congratu
lato Mr. Adams upon this final and trium
phant vindication of his character from
; all future aspersion. A worthier young
; gentleman does not exist in the state, or
one of a more high-toned sense of honor
, and of right, and now, that an intelligent
and sworn jury of his country havo de
, dared him to bo innocent, we hope to
hear no more ol that implacable persecu
tion, which, with a blood-hound ferocity,
has dogged his steps for tho last twelve'
months. The jury were out only seven
minutes, and upon the rendition of tho
verdict of " not guilty," the pent-up feel
ings of tho immense crowd tli.it th
tno court room could not be longer re
strained, and they burst forth in long and
tumultuous shouts of applause.
An interesting account of tho Mormon
troubles and of tho tragical end of Joe
Smith and his brother Hiram Smith, will
bo found in another column.
Early. Cotton. Capt. Francis Wren,
of this county, placed in our hands a few
days since, a full grown bol! of cotton!
U was fully, matured and ready for pick
ing, and is a beautiful specimen of our
great southern staple Beat this who can.
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Tlniiii.li ll.irrett,' ', , in iho Ciill.irlur-j
ship ol (lie porl of New Urlrum. '
.Mr. I'i'iiioii, iii a cur l reeently pub
ImIh'iI in lli j W,iihiiijiuii Ul'ili; ilciioin
tho 'IVxai iiiovumenl, an I tliosu fciii;i rn -id
in it, in (he following emph i: l;ui
gunge: "A scIhmiu on i he part l' mmr
of its mover to dissolve the-Union on
the art of twin? others, us nn iutriguo for
lb Presidency an i on ih'j part of ethers,
as aland speculation unl u jo'i in tiorip."!
The nomination of Hon. John I'runcli
to be Governor of Florida Territory has
been confirmed by tho Senate.
Adams Count- Clay Clud. We take
the follow ing resolutions, adopted by tho
Cluy Club of Adams County, from the
Natchez Courier. Prompt and efficient
action on tho subjects they embrace, is
exceedingly desirable. Efficient action
always follows,perfoct organization, and
we know of no way more likely to pro
duce such a result than tho one proposed:
Kksolvkd, That It is incumbent upon
the Whig party to devote all their ener
gies in the approaching contest, to secure
tho election of the men of tho people's
choice, and that they cease not to labor
until assured that the cause they advocate
will he triumphantly successful.
Kksolvkd, That we approve of tho re
commendation of the Central Clay Club
to hold a great Mass Convention at Jack
son, on the first Monday in October next,
and that the President have power to np
point delegates to the same at whatever
time they may deem proper.
Resolved, That in order tj secure eve-
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the holding of a Convention of delegates
from the several Clay Clubs in tho State,
at some early arid convenient day, at Jack
son, preparatory to the contemplated
Stale Mass meeting In October, to prepare
for elJectuul work during the campaign.
Kesoi.ved, That this contemplated pre
paratory meeting should bo held On the
firs'. Monday in August, or anv day which
may be more convenient to the more dis
tant Clubs in the State.
. Ex-Governor Van Ness, of Vermont,
has been appointed Collector of the port
of New York, in place of Edward Cur
Louisiana Flections. Tho returns are
of tho most cheering character. In tho
Second Congressional District, Cannon G.
Thibodaux,' is elected to Congress over
Al'ceo Labranche, by about six hundred
votes majority ! In tho Fourth District
scarcely any doubt is entertained of the
success of-Juflga Dordelon, whig, over his
democratic competitor, by u decided ma
jority. This will be a gain to the whigs
oftfwo members of Congress. In the
other two districts tho Whigs, strangely
enough, allowed tho election to go by De
fault. Tho N. 0. Tropic, is of tho opinion
thai iho Whigs will have a decided ma
jority in both branches of tho Legisla
ture. This noble victory, has fully re
deemed Louisiana from locofoco thral-
Join. 1 his glorious triumph is an 'jwicrt'
of success to tho Whig cause, throughout
tho Union. Tho samo pupur is of the
opinion that tho Whigs and Conservatives
will have a majority in the State Con
vention. WIIJG MFFTING.
Liiiertv, July 8th, 1811.
On motion of 0.. W. Caulfield, T. M.
Rogers was chosen Chairman, and F.
The object of the moctin'r was then
explained by tho chair to organize and
form a Uay Club.
James M. Smiley then offered iho fol
Resolved, That a committee of five bo
appojnted by the Chair to draft a consti
tution for iho Clay Club, and to report
mo same at an adjourned meeting.
Whereupon the chair appointed Messrs.
Smiley, Hramblett, Moore, Lowry and
Hitchcock. Mr. Smiley was then loudly
called for, and in bis usual happy man
ner addressed the assembly for some fif
teen minutes, when ho retired amid loud
beers. After which, Mr. Wall addres
sed thu meeting, and his remarks went
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."'until an I hi lnolh"f llyni'M, n were
killed iii i n!, nl I 'nrlh J" I'1 . by a in
on llm '.'itli nil. Iii our pnp"r 1. 1 ' Ii im
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Wdul'l Kei'lll Ihnt III') peoplu II I I bee Hue
so cxinpeiiite'l at Jin! Smiili repeated
act of iifinri'sHiun and contempt of ihe
lutv, that they full upon him rind look h
life in the most Miinm.iry niaiiiier. There
appear to be two or three ilillereut ver
sioiiH of the all'.iir, all of which we give.
The foilowing we copy from Iho St. ho i
is Keveille of the 'M ult: .V. (. Pirayniie.
Slim ;hlrr of Jo: tinith, Hijrum Smith
and Dthcrs. Tho steamer St. Croix,
which arrived early yesterday morning,
enabled us, by means of, an Ivvtru, t.) con
vey to our citizens the first news of the
violent death of Smith, the Mormon Proph
et, and sumo of his fellow prisoners.
Premising that, opto the last moment of
going to press, tho accounts continued to
lie contradictory and unsatisfactory, we
proceed to give our readers all we yet
know upon the subject, reserving com
ment fur our next, whfu the real facts
will bo known. Our Extra of yesterday
morning, containing the story as told by
tho Quincy Whig, and which we forward
ed to our exchanges, wo will say, though,
does no sort of justice in the case. Joe
Smith has been " Liiichfd" while under
the protection of Gov. Ford and the laws'.
According to the Quiney account
44 The 'Carthago Greys,' a volunteer
company, were placed as a guard around
the Carthago jail. About G o'clock last
evening (the 27th) an attempt was mat e
" v ' .'
by tho Mormons on the outside to rescue
the Mormon prisoners from the custody of
the guard. A youth about nineteen years
of ago (a Mormon) began the fray, by
shooting tho sentinel nt tho door, and
wounding him severely in tho shoulder.
Simultaneously, wiili ihia Attempt, the
Mormonson iho inside of tho jail, inclu
ding tho Smiths, presented pistols through
the windows and doors of the jail, and
fired upon iho guard without, wounding
mortally, it is supposed, four of tho old
citizens of Hancock! It is unnecessary
to say that this blood-thirsty attempt on
tho part of tho Mormons was tho signal
for certain and sure vengeance. The
lives of tho two Smiths and Kichard.s were
quickly taken, and wo believe noothars."
Tho Warsaw correspondent of iho Ke
publican,in ihiscity, sends the follow ing
extract from his letter :
" This afternoon, (tho 27ih) between
the hours of Sand G o'clock, an armed
multitude visited the jail at Carthage.
bore ofl'tho guard, and killed Joseph and
Ilirum Smith, lleuort savs that two of
JOu s associates in confinement were like
wise destroyed. The Governor had left
Carthage in the morning for Nauvoo with
fin ,!..., , r .i r
U dragoons, for the purnoso of securin"
the balance of the State arms remaining
at Nauvoo, and during his absence this
The following letter, telling its story,
reached us about three hours after tho re
ceipt of the Quiney Extra:
Joe Smith and his brother llijrum killed!
Steamer Dove, June 28, 1814.
Editors licveille Passengers from Bry
ant's Landing report' tho deaths of Joe
Smith and his brother Ilyrum, last eve
ning, by a mob of V.00 men, dressed in
disguise, with their faces blackened, who
took them from tho jail in Carthage,
where the had been confined, and shot
It is feared that tho exasperated follow
ers of the "Prophet" will make an attack
upon thotowaol Carthage, and make a
general massacre of tho citizens, unless
a sufficient force, can bo raised to defenJ
The excitement is great and the whole
country is rising, while at the same time
tho Mormons will muster their entire
I have not time to detail all the circum
stances as our passengers report them,
but these are tho most important. The
above has been corroborated by a messen
ger from Carthage, who stood upon the
landing at Bryant's.
S. Co.MrroN Smith.
We hava sinco conversed with Cttpt.
Reilly, of tho Mendota, who left Nauvoo
at 4, P. M., on Friday, the 20th. Accor
ding to the account which he brings, the
Carthago jail is in the vicinity of a wood.
A large body ol men, disguised and pain
ted, broke suddenly Irom tho covert, over
powered the 8 or 10 men who wero on
guard the larger body, appointed for
that purpose, being at a greater distance
olf entered tho jail, and shot Smith and
Ins brother at once. Richards was not
hurt, but Edward Taylor, the editor .if
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tint I ' . r r i ytli nbiy iil'i'T noun, fm' lli"
( ll'l Ol VIOll'ltlM', 1 1 1 1 I Will Mil US lull
no I 1 1 lie d' taii of the m itt"' ,
Tho Si. huiiH New lira ol' ihuineniu
of tlio 2:Mh ult., iilier lu' iitioinn (lie
d'.Mih of Jou Smith mid Im brolher, lli'.'ii
g i s on to nay :
The killing of I hose men is n llriliiited
lo an attempt ut rescue. Under llieeir-c'lui-itittiees
t his laic is not jet probable.
I'lie consternation among llm Mormon-
was so prent tint it i not irohable
that they would mala! such an attempt
after they were disarmed, and w hen they
knew that the jail was surroumled by a
military force. It is is t i 1 1 more improba
ble thntJoo ami llyruin drew pistols and
attempted to firo on tho citizens when
they were still in jail, und it is even very
improbable that they were permitted to
retain arms after they were imprisoned.
The probability is that there was such a
deep and determined hostility in trie
minds of the surrounding inhabitants
against the wormons, that they were de
termined to kill Joe at all events, and that
they were ready to seize on any outbreak
lor imprudent act on tho part of thosior-
mons as a pretext for carrying their de
signs into execution. In the excitement
that prevailed, it is probable that any lit
tle disturbance would bo called an at
tempt at rescue. Tho worst of conse
quences are to be apprehended.
Tho same paper, announcing tho arri
val of tho steamer Jtendota with tho la
test news from Nauvoo, has the follow
ing: 'The wendota left yesterday afternoon,
ll.n O'tll, n I A ,..!....L- 'I'L. Cnlnraiu
, , i , v .. , m . . , ,
in k :i li nt , :i l vrift sive -.t inure .im In .--
ed with a number of the Mormons; that
whilst thero a body of Mormons came
in bearing the dead bodies of Joe Smith
and Hyram Smith. Mr. Phelps was not
killed but was in Nauvoo vvhou tho Men
dota left, makin g a speech to the Mormons,
and advising them to peace. No Mor
mons were killed except Joe and II v
rum Smith. The Mormons all expressed
a ue erminatioit to Keep the .peace, and
not to resort to arms except in neccssa
ry self defence. They state that at Car
thago the Mormons were confined; that
about lilty or one hundred men disguised
suddenly rushftd on the jail house; that
the guard li red on them and wounded
three of them; that tho men in disguise
fired into the jail and killed Ilyrum Smith
before tho door was opened. Joo Smith
had a revolving pistol, and fired two or
hree times without effect, but was him
self soon killed by tho assailants; that
Taylor, tho editor of the Nauvoo Neigh
bor, was in jail, and was shot Ihrough
tho thigh, but i.ot seriously injured; Rich
ards was not injured. After the assault
the disguised mob retreated, and it was
not even known who they were. The
it i r r. r. .. i . r. ... . i . .
iruuiu cousisiou oi miv iiieu, leu uy u e
, r t t. .
duty when the attack was inado on the
Tho gold an! silver plato of Windsor
LastlOjonool Queen V icloria s pataccs,
is valued at $'10,OUO,000. It must make
a tolerable show on the sideboard. Pic.
Covering the whole ghound. "Gen
tlemen," said an eminent counsel, " thero
are throe points upon which we rely, for
the defence. In the first place, the kettle
was cracked when we borrowed it; in the
second place, it was whole when we re
returned il; and in the third place, we
never had it."
Actual Knowledge. In tho Jamiaca
House of Assembly, a motion being made
for leave to bring in a bill to prevent
Irauds by wharfingers, one of tho mem
bers arose an J said, " Mr. Speaker, I se
cond the motion; tho wharfingers a-ro a
set of rogues: 1 was one vvjself for ten
Tueatv with France. Tho Madison
ian of tho 21st ult., contains a treaty
which has been concluded between the
United Stales and France, and duly ratifi
ed by both governments. Tho conven
tion is for tho mutual surrender of crim
inals other than political, escaping from
one country to another.
Independent Paupers.I Strike The
present able and indefatigable Mayor ol
New York, Janwa Harper, Esq., recent
ly recommended that such of thy paupers
m tho almshouse us were ablo should bo
compelled to work. His suggestion .were
carried out, when more than two hundred
of the strongest ond most able-bodied of
the inmates indignantly left the premises!
N'v AM vrrlln cm cut it.
T lid fi"l A.ii'Mt lofiii, mih 'f
III" IV'Vllli I 'ittlf I of llUt I'Ktl'l'
(y, lnii..i, inn im .!Mi(iiti., fi'luiun
,lr'l"M, tVM (1,11 will IIIKM" I, tlf Pill
tvfU ll'(b" ', d' vi t i l, will iri''int lliiif
ii litiiuKifi'i'i i ii i' iinl fif final H'llll'i
ut"iil nn I ii'! ... wh' n, mi I wlmra u l
tli'.s'i ihiitkui Him, in ..!.. 1 1 1 1 r o 4 1 o I, r'i
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i; m. nwi.-t,
hib'Tl) , .Mis., July I , 1 1! 1 1 . UltV.I
PhMT,lli OP A miii;
rc'iii'i'tfully tit kr
this in 'llei I of iiiCoriinii yon lhy
"(ii on bin In 1 1 ri" quantity tf HlJ.
GIN'O nn I I.OIT.. which ihey will i!i
po o of at N"W Orle.nn pne", nnv! llm
nn-iiif of gi iiing it .t tins giife. Plant
er wiihinit to Im iinitili" ! ut the Hivor,
can havuth'Mr wilu" uraiili'td.
T. W. HITCHCOCK oVCO.
Liberty, July 1.",. IPtf
STATU OF MISSISSIPPI,
A Mi l K Cot NT V i . 3, j
To Cii.wn.r.s II. We nit, ami James Whim,
awl Lany WKim, infant children of
Jmi:s II. Weiui, dccrri.ird, Howard
Wi iiii, ami Ji i.ia Ann Wi:i:ii, infant
children oj 'Stephen A. Weiui, deceased,
William Kanhv, and Candack A. II.
Ranev his wife, Amos Paekeh, and An
(.U.INA his wife, Gaurieo ! Scott, and
Amanda M. Scott his wife, William J.
Scott and Apalinp. R. Scott his wife,
mid Ki.Vi iie.n R. Weiih Grf.etinu:
7OUoro hereby cited to be and per
sonally appear before the Probata
Court of Amite county, on t'ie Fourth
Monday in August, next, to show cause, if
any you can, why the following ileal
F.state. belonging to tho Fstato of Kin
cen Webb, deceased, should not be or
dered to be sold, to-wit: Tho north east
quarter of section number 20, in town
ship number 3, of range- number -1, cast;
containing one hundred and forty-nino
acres and ninety-six hundredths of an
acre, situate lyi:ig and being in the coun
ty of Amite. It is further ordered by tho
Court that this Citation bo published in
the Liberty Advocto and Woodville Re
publican, for tho time prescribed by law.
-JiiiUij WITNESS the Honorable
i John Walker, Judge of Pro
Ir bate of said county, tho Fourth
Monday of Juna A. D., Ono
Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty-four.
Issued 25ih June 1811.
s. r. davis, crk-;
Juno 29, 1841. 17w6
A T the July Term, 18-11, of the Pro
bate Court of Amite county, we will
present our account as Executors of the
Estate of William Morgan, deceased, for
final stettlement and allowance, and sur
render our letters of Executorship. All
persons interested can attend at that
time if they think proper.1
WILE l MORGAN,
Executors of Wm. Morgan, Dec'd.
June 29, 1844. 17w3
VIRTUE of a certain Deed of
Trust, executed to me by William
Montgomery, and of record in Convey
ance Book, Number Six, pages 183,
184, 185, executed on the fourteenth day
of October, eighteen hundred and forty-
two, and recorded on the samo day in
the Probate Cleiks Office in Liberty,
Amite County, Mississippi, to secure tho
payment of certain debts therein men
tioned, I will expose at public sale, to
the highest bidder, lor cash, at the door
of tho Court House, in the town of
Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi,
On the Eighth day of January, 1844,
Tho following described property, to-wit:
One negro man Jesse, and ono negro
woman Lydia, nnd girl Decca, ono
girl Caroline, one woman Crcesey, and
one boy El lick and one woman Maliu
da, one boy Nelson, and ono woman
Alsey, one boy Sam, one boy Henry,
and one boy Charles, and ono woman
Jane, and ono man Jack, and one boy
John, and one girl Amandu.
I will couvey to tho purchaser, or
purchasers, such title as was vested in
the aforesaid William Montgomery, at
tho time ol his making the said Deed of
M. WIIITTINGTON, Trustee.
Liberty, Amite Co., Miss , )
July 3d. 1844.
EMAIN1NG in iho Posj Office at
Liberty, on the first of July, 1031.
Adams Harriot, Mrs. D Uutlcr ni.
1'erryhill Alo.vandor, outlor A II, Uolau -Ninth
Miss. C Caston Koaiu J), Cook Lucy Ann a,
Cotton J"s It. Col, Cassol iantli Miss. L) 1'uy
Kli.xa Miss, Pica Wilson, Deal Alex, tj
KchvanU Elizabeth. Flukcr kobl, I'oreuian
lldward, Feller David. -tiordon (loo- W,
Jrow A. G. tt Harry Mra Matilda C, Hale
Win. II, Hart Daniel. J Jcukins Silas T.
Jones Micajult,, Jolnnsoii Washington, Jackson
Andrew li; Jackson David. L Lonmire.
Itobl, McKinney Lucy Mr.tf McKinney Turner,
Martin Alexander, McMallan E A, McDau-
aid Hugh, Marsh James, Mixon A C. K Rnii
illo K Li, ltumllo Janu s, Uutlcdga John, f
Srahnm HnnU G. S Pcston S. t'. S Trask
C G, Trontliam Matilda Mrs. W White Al
fred. W hito Ulua Mrs. Wltito James, William
J W W. Wilehers '1 humas, Wilkeron O P.
A. McKOWbN, t'.M
- ... N K s
Of every description executed at I hi '
Ojjice, with neatness an l deiici.