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i f'J 4 ' , i i - "-y fit ft '"J. 4 " V -ts ' ' - . t 1 rf . . v, police. of administration ha. ins: bem i granted to tha undersigned , by th Probate Court of Lawrence cuntr, w,nw 1838. on the estate of Josian . .Mdnger .item ti-kotfe is hereby given 431 I""' f vnS riim5 ifii aw p,orn !h; ri,i,,y - .....:,.L uHrhmthe tfniowrescnbed by Jaw, or -,e i will braver barred ; and those indebted to s iid est ere requested to make imrtie6iate pay i..e-, , . KOur STINGER, , , - i, LEVI STRINGER, , . WILLIAM STJUNGEK, Adm'rsv Jin. 27 1837-rlfr-fiw.' ' - ORDINANCES '': ', . .- .' ) .... . - . V, :' H"'J ,' S Paved by the Board of Selectmen, of ttit town V ?Tolicdlo-al theit tesion in Dttember 1837. TE lTOttDAINED.br the President m W Selectmen of tha town of Mpnticello, in tea- rral meeting convened; that It shall ba tha duty of the President and Selectmen of Muntkello to ap point patroll to serve iri Monucllo for tha space of not lew than one nor more than three monimi nam the time tSfaormintment, and such patroll o ap pointed, who, shall refuse to serve shall be -subject to a ting Ot five OOliars Ir e&cn ni;nt no m iciu to act. The firt pemon named o tha list shall set a CainaWtnd it ahall hit duty to call hit company out at least once a week.; The Capuia .f patroll b appointed who ahmll rsfusa to act ai sibova specified Shall ba aubject to afineof irot Ian than five dollars. In the acta thay shall ba (ot ernei by th law regulating patroll of tha tata. ' 2rdr lie it further ordained, That i shall b A dttvof the Captain of tha Patroll to report all da fau'ttr to the President or a Justice ef tha Peace, Uu'lertlia abaft tpecificd penalty. , . The above fine shall b recovered by warraat f.om tha President or a Justice tha Psace for tire C0UBl3'' ' A. flARGIS, Presid.au . . J. C, CuanoC) SatV. . Monticl!e,Feh.l7,lS3t. In Ordinance Past't 6v t'w- "fSf'etlmen of the Ivitm, nf JfonHcdUi at their msion in. April 1838., BK. it oidainfj 'y t!ie PresKJent rl . Sf lf t'l) jd nf the town of Mentice'lo; that le first secti-m of n. ordinance for lb r- Rulation of Ptroll be o amended, .aojtut it may not be o construed i Jo prevent anv person or persona from visi. ' tin lhf 'r kitchen or any neighboring grt qsr('er on any lawful bsines what ier alter the hour of nine o'clock P, M which ahall "i? left to he . discretion of the Presidt-nt of the Board judge of , A HARGIS, PrtfL . J. C. Cbanc St&g Jlprtl 21. 1338. ' , .', t Notice. 0 i 1f KTTERS t f Administration having "-T- bffn granlsd to the undersigned on " the eSfate of John Adams, late ot Marion Vuil deceased,1 by the llonoroble Pro ba'p cotirt of said county of Marion at!he January term 1338 of caiJ court. -4H pfft'orts indebted to said estate are liere y fified to make payment immediate ly irt ttie urtdeHgned, and ill persons having claims against said estate are re qumtjjd to present Ihem properly tiuthen ricatij within the time prescribed bylaw or they will be foreer barred. ' ANDERSON ''AJ) A MS. i?J'inr. . Jn. 6. Itt38 -iJ6-4w , . : . yriike, Notice. fglflAT on the 23rd !ay of December nest, in - pimnnfce of an order from the Probate Cotirt- of Carroll County, I shall proceed sell to the higbij hidder, a ouartor section of, land, known H! tW Goods hi Mill; tract, situated on tha east fjjiof White Sandj in ; the cuntyef Lavvrn.-c. Parchvser to pive bond with approved security- Ka!eto uke place on ihe premises time of credit ma-e kniw on the day of sale. Said land will he soil by the undersigned, as guardian for Martha Dorrsicr Gopdson, a-minor, heir of Willian GoO!' son, dee'd. -NATHAN HOOKER, Nov. 11, 1837G,'6w -Guardian. Pactorage ft Commission TBusineM IN" MOBILE. fjn'l K subset iher renew the tender of his - 'rvict-s ia Fat tor aurlComiiiiion .Merchant in Mobile. "Circumstances le yon hiR control will cause' him to r inun in Mo'ile on late that he will be un nbte togpe many of his Georgia and 5. tirnlina Inends personaliv. , We if ho.J t-ver, enalf 1 toiy that he has connect , r.l h.mlf wi.h Col. C; I. MATHEWS, .f 0H county t in the Steam' Tress an ! War; louse business, by, which he offers t i ali win may he p!eapd to palmniz hi'n, fUteror fiw-proW storage, for all r-nitm coii;iied to h'm for sale. From tiis lng fiiperience in .lugusta Georgia in thin buines, he do?s not doubt hi i1 be abU t gtvi ueneral satfaction FIUNK1.IV C MEARD. . Mobile, Nov. 8, 1837 -9-4m. INFORMATION WASTED. NIEL SCOrr.and DORCjM. h. wife. fimarated to the western conn trv ir'iy vears ro, froi the county 01 Caswell North Carolina, i'hey arooup nd to rside.i if livinp, in one of th ; Stites of Tennessee, Alabama or Misi"' 'lp. The object of this is to notif-' ' tlient, if thevare alive, or if thev are ' t!ead,ttje children of the body of Durca Y:.ccot! fwh tvs Dorcas Cannon, j that vtt'y will addreis a line to Ann he colf,(sis J -r jft' Daniel Scott A directed to Danville. Va., they will hear, in reply,': of some thipiniiterijlly to thVir advantage, ' '" fjrIyTlie undersigned, who U an elder ly and infirm female, b'imbly entreated lu.rs of" paper in the Wstirn and South we-trn States, s n act of benevo'qnre. viiid ti lurthernce of lh ends of jitstce t' fi tbe abov few insertions in thei. rtpcUvt jodrnnli." , . . ' ANN SCOTT. ; 0ovi!!e, Va. Oct. 15, 1827. ;' 1 '."-ag WHITE, HAGKlU'Co. A HE agents for the sale of the Smith Rud Kust nish Chasoa, j , 4 m tv. tkn in exchange fornew at nine cent per lb. , T -t. I....... iii h. ...t;ii.,i in fi rfnUY. M Tl N.rt9nntHinr ftnr who Will Cive tne lars in such articles at they may select from our Specimen. E. WHITE &IIAGER.- March U 1833 3t. PKOSPKCTUS Ok' THE SOUTHERN 11GVJEW; iMating Presses, with wbicn they can lur,, sr lOMH"'" "J1 " - their Customers at manufacturer's prices , VL J. H, Marriott. The editor of "Western Cases, ttompoting sock, in ano every ; Literary Journal" avw6,i HMO bo published at Washington, V. L. quar bul wil .gey a larger amount of reading raat JL terly, in an 8 vo. No ofjtf75 to 30(1 pages; ,pf thm have hitherto received. Not in the price $5 ixot annum, payable .in advance, moo iitnra ischoaeunot bnlv for its facility of inforraa tion, literary ttnd political, but becouse It ia that at pacl ff0m month to month, aa tlis number ap which the Southern States can be united upon the ' r following list of occasional correspondents undertaking wifli the greatest case, and with the j d reRuiar contributors, is Riven t ' Tt!.st freedom from State or party jealousies, Of the matter, three fourths (say 2i5 pp.) shall consist of regular Reviews, making about nine of 23 up. each. ; i hese as to mer uy woras ai icasi shall return, as a cenorai ruic. soiumvna a . . i ft rczul&t absttact of the dooh reviewed, u it be of any msrit. In polittcts, amt upon occasion ttUuiyecte, tnere win oe a, greater UDerauiy 01 ae viatiug into tnte disqualification. . ' in this ' trtethod ot the Kevsew, more win Da given, in each No. a gaper historical of tne politics au i guiieial cvnt of the d ty, to sve as a Histo rical Register. Its executions will always ba com mitted to tlie strongest hands only : and its purpose to cive a unity and consU'cn-y to the puhlic doc triiies of tha Review, such as scarcely he so well ef fected in anv-ether manner. Oc abiunal Retrospective K.ncws win aiso embodiud in this part of the. plan, with a view fino.ini'. in a certain desrec, the more curinnsstu dies: or to revive the kno v Mge of important books i foiKotton in the confusion of modem learning VViitcvswillbeled. of regular purpose, to give their naner. whenever the subject will permit, the form of a series, in order not wily that they may thus afford a mora complete body of info.-iiiatiou, bat serve, afco to reprint, apuvt, for popular circo latiou a method that will much augment both tho re putting and tiiC usefuliicss of the review. A body of miscellanies ouie' :"0 paa;i'S -will form the subordinate and mere am shir part of the Journal. ItScontents will be somewhat various, but will, fqr the most part, consist of short litera ry Auti'-tis, IJibiiogrEipnicai articles, a cnucai usi of new publications, foreign and domestic, and general Literary .Intelligence. ! In communications, tne itiot compress mmit of writing will be every where required. Papcrshi which the words do not bear a just proportion to the iut'ormhtion conveyed, or the effect intended, will be either rejected without scruple, or abridged without mrcy . : ,"; ?. ., ' ; , ''' f Trtn-iivrant this execution, the usual rat ' of compensation to writers will be advanced to two dollars per printed page, a prion that will offer fair remuneration to talents and labor. For, in this ort af undertaking, we know that"adcmtis studio ,uinpio?miis,etiara stadia peritura." V Of this revival of a Review ". of the South, the purpose is to (live once more to our region, new eminently needing it, an Interpreter and a lMen der the common Representative of our Institu tions au1 o(the mind itself amongst lis. Such, in that great congress 6f opinion, where the fates of civilised nations aienow so largely settled, we do not possess; ami' we have 'already suffered much for it. t It is time to mike ourselves utidor'stood and respected there. The journal which shall do this must combine the general strength of all "who, in the South, love theii country, and are capable of doing astillactual service. It must theft be,, not the champion-or the propagandist of local opinions, but the friend of nil that pursue the public good.- Into the vulgar method of politics, debased by par tisan rancor,r corrupted by the ii)tercst,-or over come by tha popular passion of the' hour, it must not fill. ''From it the pride of the Nullifier must receive no diminution, tho fidelity of the Unionist no reproach,, It must be no vantage ground to wither pwtyi 0(r serve hut ns a common field where they will only contend wijleti shall most ad vance the cause of tha South. , :, , To vindicate, then, our peculiar iiistitotions; to repel with argmne.it, lest presently we be forced to rep''l Wltn aims, an external iiiieriuroiiLo wun our liomes'ic condition, against the wild rule of mere eh nice and cortuptiou i to uphold a republican and federative, as distinguished from a consolidating ad ministration of the national allairs, irom the disor ders of the central Government, "Where reterm is hopeless, and useless, till you have g'ven your selves Stronger anu wisei - wcoi tjaKun, 10 uitBti the nublic view towards & home policy of the States, capable through itself, to confer upon our people lUO'U Ul53IIlg m wcti liwoi wnu.ii we expect lu vam trom we aerai power, -irom the delusions of party politics abroad fto call home he attention of our peoplirto those and by which the wise and brave have often raised petty States Into noble and prosperous Commonwealths j to at tach men, if passible, to their birth place, ana .con vert them from wsnderinij and selfish adventures into citizens, thelovere of civilisation ;: to re-ani mate public spirit and give it purpose as well as enenvt tohold. over parties nud politicians, the tribunal of a public opinion far different from that Idle and corrupt one of which too newspaper press is die voice : for these purpose, , to give diffusion through the laud to sound and well considered pub lic doctrines, snreadinsr with them Knowledge and taste, their niturJtl allies uch will be 'the con stant effort of that literary league, among the best talents of the Country, which has been scion foot in tho nresent undertakine. 1 . .Tha 'foregoing prospertiM wtis prepared before any definite arrangement had been made connect- inHthe mvlnrsisned with the Jwuth' lteview as 11 luor. Itis a,lopied as espres ting, with sufficient d'ntinctness, toe object, design, ana plan ot tne work. ' . " ' 1 It is nrobable that the first number of the lit iw will be issued some time In the rfionth v fetobemcxt. If, however, tho necessary ar- ajement can be completed, it will appear at an earlier day. -- : It is proper to state that the Southern Review will not be published as a mere experiment upon public Watrwiase. ; As the work is not undertaken with any 'flew to pecuniary profit, it is due to the propritort that ttiey should not incur no rtak of pe wniary losr. The importance of sneh a work to ivopla of the South is e-memUv felt and acknowl sdped. lja principal reliance for rp!wrt is on niem,and it rests with them 'tony whether it shall ev cetJ T!? " 1 1 rnfliug the publication of it will encci?snrily, he vervheavy,reqmringatleafittve thousand ub eribers to seeure the prvprierrrs against serious iiw.-WitS Ksatbanithat number it will not be .omfnen'sd. 1 , :, !k.'',; ,.'.';..:"':,., TheuYidfltslnedhtt n other TOrtnectinn ;with he work t'tftn as Its Editor. Al1 rrjTirriunicatimis testified for him lit thntchancn-r, will headdress 'i U t rts pres-!, to Eaivi!le, Northnmnton eonn " VirRin."'-Tt dtiiVoM-iinintsnbcribeTS, and , -ntn'iitf aethsrirknfsmenti prnparatory to he publiratieji; if 1evo!vtd on othnfi. CoiTiti "niVj-unonfti'-Ji 6)ijflfi will bo made to tV'a tualsy Xe ut WiMiiton rin-. L 1 THE Wl&TLRN MONTHLY MAGAZINE . - I AMI UTKBt JtWJL, i . Mri.i. Mmritzlne. the- m. worka nave jleen united.and wUl hereafter be PWedvim- t,nii.lv. at 14I1C1IUWH1 jOuiviik!. -... heinir now made for issuing the Ma : izine punctually, and in tyle equal to t e.as- tern coniepun"i """" ---. , :. .a.. .n.m,.H will meet the aporobation of the nntionseenerally of both publications. J he read. en of the "Jourual" will find increased aitractions Jnthe work,frornthecontribOtiunt ot' the corrti- pondents of the -magazines - nu Macatine" wwi n M,v - . . w . nf th H.lniirnAi." nf the corresoonaenw of the "Journal," u 0, boasting, but to give patrons m me !.:. Jnurnal aiine and Journal . en ru" ' Morgan wevuie, t"wam IL Perkins, Alexander Kinmont, Edward r. fianch,John L. Diddell, Charles R. Ramsey, R. M.k.nr.ifL Wilkma TannehilW Charles - ;.A. Jone?, Win. B. Oak, Otway Curry, Oeorge u. Prentice, t.pt. i eanony, iiramw ftunuei EeUaV John B.Dillon, Albert Pike, Lewis F. Thomas,' Mrs. Caroline Leo Hentz, J--Min. M l.f;roberk. J; N. M'Jilton, Miss Harriet L. Beailt-y, Dr. S. P. Hildreatb and oth. ' The Western Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal," is published during the first week of each month. Its general contents , are Tales, Essays, iv., atufrhesof American Scenery, Character arc! Manners," Reviiwa and Litxary notices N- w Works in the several departments of latPia- ttire and Sdene. Biographical Mcetcnes particular- , ftri ,,tfrt nascs. nnd the rear is divided into two volumes of about 4 )0 pages each, TERMS $3,00 per annum, payable at the time of subs -rrihing $3,51, if paymentbe delayed six months $4,00, if delayed over that time. ' - (VT-Exchanges, Correspondents, and persons wishing to subscribe, will please addtess to the ed itors at Louisville Ky. ' ' ' , .r PROSPECTUS OF THE To be pnblished '-in Gallatin. The Southern Star will comment its career with no nnptyproraii.es of neutrality promi ses made (or th most part to subserve tempor, rr ends, an 1 with io settled purpose f btm hld inviolable. VV shall conceive it our pro vince, ns wellai our duty, to advocate with be coming zeal the principles which wedee-n cot rect, Mid. to expose impossible, the fallacy o uch as we do not approve. But in d ung this we can uei'l er claim it as our privilege, nor regard tas our duty, tosasnil with violence or j aVnity the political tenets of others w shalf strive so to temper our cenduct as to g-iyt novjosf cause ef toraplintto political dve rics but at thesume time, assume an attitude strfficieolly firm and independent to leitve lo oomfore efl skeptics todoubt our coure -It will be our purpose to Applaud political vu- oe' wheeever it may be found, and we 'ht ' with relentless grasp rend the veil thi ot entires political defofmitv. la. our politics -tre decidedly Dtmoeratie9 yielded a hearty and wethiBk, well merited supiiort to mu h the greater portion of the late administration and susisted to the utmost of our humble ab-li lies, in-elevating to power the prevent ;Chi Magisscate of the nation. , And,. though we e wedded to no raan'or party, yet to lonjf continuesto toliow in that liae, which he ha al ready chalked out for himself, we shall con ceive that we can n' better preserve, protect, md defend the constitution and liberties of. the people, thno by yiel ling him an ardent and un lirii.gsupport. Reared in ttie Uatl that gave biVih t the great apUe of liberty,, wal? to MspDemocracy, Jefferson, Liberty we have enlisted freely in the couUet, md ,our sobse quent days hU be peui we trust as our Bft rvbe; battling in the cause of freedom. We believe that the sestylea Virginia anu Kentuc ky resolution or 98 nd '99. g.ve c im. .vtmniinn of tlie snirit and meaning of the t onstitutioo,'that the political line which th have drawn, is the oat intendeil to bo tbrewo a-A.iml Ihn national ff.vernment,lo keep il wtlh- nM.r-iha.l .limita. but ' US iVieliliOE 10 inn belief, we have not thought itneceesary to rur. Into the ultra State Right doctrines, enntae in the Sth Carolina ordinance of 1832. We are tor strict coaMru'ctien of the constitu -.n.t therefore never yield she point that Congress can, without most palpable and dwrerous infraction of the coust.tutipn. 'harte a nation Ranker create any other, eorporat? h,l. Vt we tl . ot enterU.n anv surn u-opi an vision as is held by tne Loco Foe party ot New York-to bring rhegove.nmeiit d wi. to an exclusive gold and silvercorreacy, wuhout covering the land with dutrese and wide spread rnin, we believe it is wholly chimerical, aburd and ridiculous we donot believe that any pro minent member of the Democratic party, ever advocated uch spartan policy, "certain it is that neither Cen Jackson nor Mr. Van Boreo ever .fid. Wearesal.fficd tha the precious meta! tor the ordinary purpose of trade, with a sound !& oniform paper currency, covrtible irtio gold and silver at the will of the holder, for the more extended objects ot commerce, wouin nest suit the wants of tlie American people, aud is best adapted to the genius of our free institutions. Tfl this point we would have the government direct its enc;gies---procceding with a gradual, but determin ed ourpose to convince the people that to this enU things must come, and not by rash and precipinte conduct to whelm in ruin the f rtuiies of men, who though provirlenf cnou?h in other respects, have for a season been beguiled by the syren of fancied fortune. , .1 . In thus launching1 out iifnn the troubled bosom of the 'political ocean, we are awnre that adverse winds may stay the progress of our little bnrqe in its oinva'rn course to the hiven of proiperity. But we shall spread our canvass to the breeze andtrttst with a good helmsman and sober crew we shall ere long ridti out of the storm in triumph, and moor our little craft alongside vessels of alnrgerclaffl nnd stronger bottom . , A i'ltimated above. Literature faience, Agriculture, &C4 will come in for a portion of our attention. , , ' , .-' '' ';' 2: - .!:..,v,v:,:Ea,;R..KiGEiL''1" Gallafin, Oct. 16,1837. ,,; - " ; "v'f OF EVERY DESCMPTIOV, printed with nfatriRSs and des patch at this cuke. . t ly of the Pioneers, of the West, Narratives 01 uor of rtor nf Artventures. Statistical Papers, &c. &c I i?.,-i. Amhr nf the Mazasine cont-iins from 3W5 Uow to save tost A LL those iiidchtetl 'to Co- P hea & Cameron for Hflvpir tisng aiiil joh work, art? request trl to settle the same by the 1st day of March,' ,or they will be sued without respect to personsl Feb. 10 U;3o, , ; PROSPECTUS OF THE' SOUTH-WESTERN JOURNAL. fffS tIE extensive and growing imerests of the JL South West. Its mora! ana social tmprove. ment ; and Its increasing literary and scientific de mands, have awakened attention to the fact that in this highly Important portion Of orir country there ia no journal of paper exclusively devoted to liter ature and science, advocating the doctrines of no '"Feeling tho necessity of such a paper, the Jeffer son Ollegfl and Washington Lyceum contemplate n,,htit,in!ra periodical to be entitled "THE SOUTH-WESTERN JOURNAL," to ha devo ted to literature and science, and all subjects inter ..tin tn the eeteral reaik r. .. It will be published semi-monthly, in the City of Naicher, 4d will contiati sixteen smull quarto pa ees, Similar In form to tno -rsnuy inaBiw,;'on fine paper, and protected by a a good envelope, so that it mny be conveyen to any; distance without injury. The pagesot tbp envelope will be appre pfipritrted to advertisements etui general notices. r '(Vbe editorial department will be conducted by a gentleman long known hi the community as en a ble and spiiitcd editor, whose v.eal in subjecis of literature and science will render him an efficient director of such a publication. It will be remembered thnt we hive work in the Siuth-West similar to the one' in lontempla- tionjnnd everyone who feels a pride in any 'en tenr'iee calculated to enhance the socialnnd moral character of om cnuntrj' should come forward and assist in carrying this worthy cnterprize into oper ation. - ' ' . Pecuniary emoluments constitutes no part 01 the object of thin publication. It is eot intented , to benefitany ind.vi'iuai or lycruin inn iBi:uiuur r.n;,it nf view. Thier sole object U to advance knoivlede and diffuse a tajit? for the roincd enjoy ments of Literature and Science, - Nnhln is wantins to the accomplishment ot the wishes of the Lyceum but the pntronaga of the rnmmnnitv:aiid it is expected that this patronaio will be promptly an?t cheerfully extended, ' AH commnrveattinns in reference to the period ical should be addressed pott paid, to the Pnneta-n- of the Lvceum, Natcher. or Wahine;tnn, Mis-!. The subscription price WV, :i ai cases i;i ma. The firstnnmber 0 this paper wui re issueq 10 October. , ' J ' li. v. ti. rt',; niY ' MKRWIM, ' J. S. B. THACHKR, J A. VANIfOEN, C.G. FORSTICY. J , , Executive fommittee, TnaKSWTOi.il espress. UilLY and Semi-weekly and Weekly jflsV 'Newspaper, puoisstied in nii'-iiy 01 new fork, by POWNoEMD A: BUGoKS. The price of the Daily paper is ten dolUi'b, and of the fceini-weoi.. four iioUara in advance, and five ji not paid wiUiiii the yoar. XubBcriber out of town if ujt known to tne propiietors ae expected to give references in New JTork, unless the money accoinpanies their .order. I he propiietors of the bxprcsu knew full well tnht n. the manaftement or a aauy newspaper in New ii oik, the ikiiiors must oeitherseep nor alumoer upon their posts, and -while thousaads ol fellow, citizeiw are in their beds, that is tho till. for them to be at their desks, but they erepro pared for.e.11 tiis exertion. They have tire health, sphits, and the age fot-imrh an encounter, and are ready for it, knowing Ml well as they do, the ac tivity ot their cpmcinporamea and tlimr lndetaiiga ble exertion never to be out dono. Hut neverthe less," they thiuk, there is room for them. New 1'otkis increasing with a rapidity that defies cal- (.ulatiJB and meiks at pcoubury, niarchinj; on even with stiides that threaten a cloa'proxunfition to the Ernpiifl city of tlie commercial . world over the sea and suie in. this vigorous and marvelous growth: a new Journal ma v succeed, tvh we others . . .t r .. .... . .. id u I ...'!..' L . . have, when JMew jois, war, bsiv wre rai in nr swdtliing clothes, ' and not the giant she .now is with her tliousand arms stretching allo-ver both the old world andths new. . In such a great city then, the heart of our vast .kiitl and tha link between thutland and Europe where no tixcs upon paper, no stamps, no restriction on the Press, to cucum ber and oveilnad. the bu-inegs of Journalisms, there U ample scope -and range t noagh for ub and all our contemporaries too. ' , , . - ' . 1 ' 1 he great and primary iojeot 01 tne propnetora is to create a commercial newspaper, but it i just as impossible to live in this hot political rorld of ours wWiout miirgling in politico, as to'gn into the tire without being burnt; Trae, when the Whigs aier that two and two mgkefour, and the friends of Mr, Van Bui en aver that two and t, make three and a half, they could fake the jrounl of nen-' trality, and avor hs lounly as either, tha t two arid two mak three and three fomtbs: but there is a right and a wrong side on every question, and one must hi a country like this be on one side or other. " And to this right political side, we are quite sure that it is that of the VVhigs but were i ethetwise we should be puzzled enough ti publish a Cnvnw.r oaf Jomiinl, vvhen Commerce Bud Wiiia'priuqi-! gfes are Identified, one with the other, Already we have in connection ith Hudsoh's JJW Room," the basis of a newspaper establishment, a Price Current, Shipping List, and cxcerient; ar rangements for news, foreign and -.Americats j'Stit not satisfied with this we shall immediately push our arrangements to (ho furthest point for the pro-. curing of news. ; One of tho Messrs. Hudson is about to sail for Liverpool, and go from tttence to Tondon, Havre and Parir, for the purpose of dev sing the most expeditious arid iutrost means of re. ceiving c ommercial intelligent from abroaoV The rapid arrangements that we have been compelled t" make for the publication of the "Express," have of course put it out of our power to. have a new Pre, hut we have ordered one of the first quality, a detible cylinder, which will he done by the first of. September, ano then the "ivxpress will be the largest Daili) NewfPaptr in. the world. ; The arrangements of our office, thoiijrh not whol ly completed, are rapidly advancing. We have es tablished at i great expense, ti Ctirre:pnndenc with every important se:tion of our country, and soon as possible ye intend to do the siimn with ev ery Interesting part of the world. . Our snheerlr tion lit.-tlmsl.icrensed and is still increasing buynnd our highe, expnetnt'ons.' We faol sum of ulti niate success and it will therefore be our pride to deserve it. " With such arrangements atthte,we hnpi to have a fair share of pnhlie riMronarf. to de.en-e which, we slull assure(riy do all that is in our power. , , . ( . - .. ' ' TOWXSEXD & BROOKS. 5 N. Yf!ity, corner of Wall and Water sts. Job Pritsfiiegr , OF EVERY K1ND, , T!?ffLTTED AT THIS OrFlCQ ' job PKNTiNG. flTHE suh- asvov execute Jc despatch. shaving puit:besed a plenif1(( MC 1 m, are prepared to . any kind with neatness COJIEA Sc. CAMERON. Monticelln iaept. 1637. . LAIGE MAPS OF MISSISSIPPI AND ALABAMA. TJO WING the public and Imlian Laud., .w dum Kescrvations, Land Districts, To. ships, streams, &c. engraved fiom the Govh . - j ;i t.. .t. , . . 10 men survysjniio J nrm uuiirt Of, fice, Washington, city : ty E Gilman, Draunii, man In the General Land Office.' F. TAYLOR Bookseller,: Washington C,. has just published (and secured (the oopy right d coiclingto law) of the ahovq Maps, which will k. found infinitely rhor complete and accurate thm any heretofore published oh separate sheets; ca rontoirtag nearly six wjtnro feet, and will be fumj especially nucful niid veliialle to those interest in the lands of either 8tate, as they show evrr. item 01 intormotion wnicn is in me posi.esii.-n , tne .Liana vmcers reiauve 10 water courses, town. ship lines. tnnian lanas and leservationr, lanj districts, &,c;, and will be found peifccily acciiat, and precise in those points. They can be sentbr mail tonny part of the United States, subject o t single letter -postage. ' . Price two dollars, Cr three copies of either will be sontbymail for dollars. A liberal discount will be made to m- elling nsents, or to any who buy to sell again.' 'rt7"Editors of Newspaper?, any where. wi will give tlie above advertisement (including ty, notice) one or two .insertions, shall receive by tt, turn mail a coyy of each map, if they will sn, copy 01 tne p 'per containing it to the advertiser, ' Aug 5, 18.17. - TO 'PRINT KKS AND PUBLISHERS' ' ! 1IE subscribers have just completed their m t epet'im'en book of Juht faced book nnd inh piiiitlniMypi't, floweib and omameute, th con. tents of whtch are liereivitli pvtially given. Dii. iiiond, Peitil iioh. I and ij, Afjatc, 110s. 1, $ end 3, A!;ati- 011 Noupaiii'I body', Norijiuriel, 110s. 1 and 4, Inlnionntte nos. 1-iuid a, minion, nos,3il 2, 3 and 4, inhiion on. brewer body, breve uvny minion bod;', brevier nos 1,1', 3 and 4, breviunj bourgeois body, brevier on long primmer ,t ,o'J hourcoison bieiier lioi!y,hnuigois nos. 1, boetn, 4,;bourgoison long primer hotly, long "prim 3 J, y, 3 and 4, . long . primer on small picaer'tw sm ill pica no:l mui J, pica on small pica hi pi.'U nos. l,,-2 and .'), pica ou .english boiy, ne!ii ids. 1 ii n 1, 'J, Rieat pnmer, paragon, double gisj gli-ih, double 'paiagon, rnntion, I'm line pica twenty, eight line pica gotiiic condensed to twenw fu e, tifiven lino oud ten lines pica ornamental, 7,3, VI ii.ndlo lines pica shaded, 8, 18 11 ami 16 iinefl ruitiqetihuded. , , : Also a large and beautiful collection of flnwer from paeil to'seveft lines pica, many ofi w hich art not to be found in eny other specimen; a new a? sotttnent oprnamental tfathes,ii variety of enrf borders, naarly" two" tlidasimd metal nrnaimmi, brass rule, leads of various tlucknesF, aafi-onomkal niathcnvitecal and physical, signs, metal brw and dataies, front 3 to .til ni s rone:,' gtrat pmott ajfid doiil)i pica scripts on inclined body, dij. mond and nonpnrlej hlibiC of various liitd. tuitinm light and heavy face two line letter, Jl fjee re man and italic nonpareil, niinton,bro a r,lonp prim er and othnr bfacksfnonparicl, imiifou aud bieviei Greok, Hebrew and axWrt." A larg variety of ornament-, calculated psr'.ie larly for thehpnwsn and. outh Amencan mar keisj Spanish French and Portuguese accents fui nisbed to orderj'whh every other article marie its of in. the printing business.. -All of which ran 1 furnished St short not ce, of ;as good, quality tt on as reasonable terms ns rtnv other mahlishmeti , . ' . t ONNKU ic COOK, cornet pf Nassau and Ann1 streets, N. Y. ; August 15, 1837. ,' QJT Proprietors of newspapers printed withit any part of the United Ptntes or the Canndas, will copy the shove ttflvertiiiement three times sei forward a copy containinir. the snme, will , be ent tied to their pay m any type ea..t nt our foun-'lsrj, provided they take twice the amountoftliair bills it tjpc , n . PROSPECTUS , v ! i , OF THE PEARL KIVEK EAiXNER, f J"1IIE undersigned propose to publish t S. town of MojrticvtLo, Mi.wesippi, a werkiy News Paper by the above n:inw. . We are well e ware that in ntteuiptins to commence the piibhca tirn of a paper at this time, that we wpj haVe iah.ir under serious difadvantriies; but wo fc! assured that we will, be sustained by the people of the Sputh Eastern part of our f-'tate, as tlicy at wholly itnsnpplicd with a press in that section! aihide to the counties south of Brandon and Pus!' ding. 1 -It is .usual fn a prospartus to say-.somrtJiirg f the objects of a paper, proposed to be publishrOi and the principles upon which t is tobc conduct ed. Our object for we will t peak put frankly, i fmrt to nnkeour p:iper a vource.ofpiofit to on; selve?j and secondly whil we advanre bur own it trest, make an honest effort to advance theiut etf'and hapi.ineSSi.of tbose wbo patronise w. We will endeavor to nrnke our paper profitaDk and ; interesrine' to our natrons, by the 'diecuf 'ion and oiqridatlon of.thosp- subjects, which wfl be most tnteresting -and useful, to them. I lie siifijectwe. suppose to be t''ose rfclatinfl' to tli steat ecrlcultural interest of the" coiiiitry-"TW ' sdund moral principles of the rommunity. 1" short, the intellectual, improvement of the great bn r!y of the people, upon all subjects affecting jJieif hjjppine- and prosperity, . Our political principle are thonventcrtained bv Wnshiiictrm' and Jcffcr- Join In favor of, a just and strict roiiFtrucdotitif the Constitution. We believe that all powers not "granted to the Federal 7overnmenf, are reserwd' to the. ftn'esor to the People; nntfttrntall vi"'1 tinps of the reserved rights Of the State?, is ati plation of the Constitution nnff a dantrous suf hfttifmnn the part of the Fedora!" Govemmen!. The present situa'ion nf our country affords a wi t Sncholly example of the coneonences pf the ecutive 'throwing aside the Constitution and dfs ar.'liiit nil the checks arid restraints which tlswt Constitution had Imposed on him, and acting no other vestraint. thnn his own wilfr and wits. a wrerHe determhintion to effect his own fuvorit ?eheme, though millions should sink from affluent to poverty in the general crush.- In that portfos of our paper devoted to politic?, we have no pur fereuce fn men, we so for principles ixt men Wi to Vm LiacnTV ano the OwsTrrttTiov." j Travel TitnTfAar,' Tl'vre BASura will I1 pnMiobed on a larje coner-'oyn! sheet and e' to eiiheTihera at five dollars io advance or sixd lars nt the expiration of th vr-ar.' -:"j"'4 f ' ' V: 'IM1VALD CAMEK02s i - Montico'lo Julv 1st 1837. u. . ' " SMALL CHANGE., CIMNGP tickets printnUt test notice, at ibisqilicj VP ,1.. r 4 .wjir 1 . s-.S' 'hi- f 'S'y. '-' """"" ( ' i i..;... J. v' f ' i' V," J ieessi i,. .. . . j..