The National Vindicator. (Washington, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 15, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 25, 1843 Page: 3 of 4
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stnud m h.c Tele. npu. I M.Ui d u.al OUs! or hvo
villages of t-.cse Indians I.ssd made com on Cnsh
icsrf ne-.rtlii! Wichi'aiii.v.ini-mis which isjiboui
oae im.jdrcd and t went)-miles wes- of n.ifiVssta-
r!1! ' m I &"Pposcd it was in or near the territory
ot the Uiiitud States a: d tljat uculv all the other
l..ua.is were livi-.jr on the waters ol .he Trinitv.
i s ait-d that 1 Jowl's datiMer .uid a few wnnio'rs
we.c at t.e tr.-aty that ihov had been bevoud the
Kio Gr.uide and Hie Me..e;i:is Lad taken fheirhor
ses hom .hem and a ptu ol U.c Cherokees wcic
l-chiud but whee i did tut know. 1 st.ued ihat
I had been in all the village of these Indians but
not roretiiiy. This is a correct statement of what
pascd. and the nvuiucr in wh c.i it took j:are.
I v..s a-ktd if I knew i.c yni!cma- who was
wraing with Lis pencil ; Ys I said it was Doc
tor Moo c. I was l2.cn .old ho would publish all
tha conversal.'in as n poviive and correct stale-
n.U .lllM1 rcqnctcd !":. Moon- to nike. no pub
Kcition in wife i my mine would be used as most
of what Ista ea was mur-iy conjecture and perha- s
raisin 1)2 very incorrect especially in t..c numb rs
of ihe d lineal iriacs. I liop when fie Doctor ( was under eircmns'aticcs indicated above. Pub-'
sees tins lie wul do pp the jusp.ee la slatj luw the
coavcrsui.on took jtlace.
Yours with respect.
. ' G. MAY.
Nnv was il not ting-envoi: and unfair to clch
s'sreds and scraps of a. d?dtnty conversation and
deal tliom out as facts loa credulous romnmniiv ?
To hawk abant for nc.s. and unl .er il ci snde-Jine-
ernmMiJs on rarlls a Republic run mad with de'-
l nor racy is t :o most mefiicient.
x We ate opposed to a high tariff but wcjluvo n
gowsnmeui: we inusl' sustain it. WejlfT:the
tariff kept within the necessities of tliegovcrtTnifint
and reJuced .-'S fastns the public necessities will
permit. We are opposed to protidioti. We are
well assured I'm; every product suited to the soil
and dim ite of our H e c Mintrv' cm c :nn3te suc-v
cesstuiiy v: it osc ot any otner country alter
meeting tbe exp-nsc ol importation. If uo! let it
co no. Free trade and no protection. - -
Moreover a direct t ix cannot bi collocled in a
Republican govvaiiment unless appropriated in
t;5C way suggested or unless the moral energies
of the pc pie are strung up to the highest tension
by some extraordinary ciicnmstance loosing for a
time all selfish cans-derations .in the public wel-
fare. The United Siates have a'temptcd it and
failed. An atto opt of (his sort almost produced nf
rev lulion. The whiscy boys of Pennsylvania;
for instance. To be sure thev submitted to a di
ed tax durma: J he last war v.ith hngland bur. it
dau'lcrs are a baud of sturdy Welc iinan who of-tc-assemble
in the nitr.hi dresred m female atliro..
aiild 'nnlisii the toll-gaies wit't astoniy-iinu rjipid-
ity.. J hctioopsarc oiten .-c:;l oul lo arrest them.
hut their plans are laid wuii so much s-ccsccv Hint
all attempts lo arrest them have uidiorio p'roveda-" Thc'fjrr.Vjc'iVl.n.jTr-j tl.a: r
infiuWclUal. . ()f ;'c' ttcivablU: of '1 xas nrd C
lie sentiment was on fire. AA the in ual energies':
of the whole community "were awakened to one
nailed visforous effort lo repel British wjrong "and-
outrage upon their GmmctCc.aiadStl!eir.cU!zeus
and V'ery ram- j.aricd from Inspropsrty-cneerlnl-ly
because Le raw at once iis. necessity. Direct
taxation has never been resorted tosincc :ind proba-
blv never will. Moreover there will be no difii-
ly. then pp.blis'i it not only wit .ru' the consent of ! eulty in showing .ii adunUing ihe practicability
the pers.n rclnti u it but against his special con-' of collccSiair direct laxes il cannot be sa managed
Junctto i ? Keaily. geutlem w b.ad buit.-r be care- j as to mec. the objects ol government withMhe sa:
Jul how they iui pen to uiinulc in social conversa
tion at least it would be advisable t look about
lhean letlne Doc:or m sy be about "t .km" uo es.':
Axu wo;si of all the Daclor will "piim" for t'.om
what they ucvorsa d.aud irarb'.e wiiat th. y did s:iy
i'lto an ab un n di'e falsehood Na.v Doc or what
ilsiuk yoa -f tins .2 Yo:t isac published a convcr
nation nowr d ined for you. a..d niisrep cscnicd
i: tinushamefuliv. t!;is. to after ihe atrhor h: d
i:jf'.u:e.l you i: u Lis s atemnls nsuit d from
:::ere oj.imoa a'i.1 might be incorrect. la him it
wa matter i f opiui"ii merely in theconoetness of
which Le placed but l:u!e c .u.'idence. In you il
was a clear. : .!p.d!e. ni.::u iatrd nirsrepuenia-
tion wi.ii. ut f.xcuse and to mist readers without
an ohj-icl l-W'ial trick wha device what s:ait
inir h de c !iw t! on fi-id t i:ido tisce from 1 1 1 1 ": open
n-.d a;spr."nt sirmtc.5 Such coiduct is excusable
m a Paul Pr or vi'.laj.' jK-s:n. but disracjul in
li or of a r;is;ec:ib!v iir.rtial.
infnnc? .-r-i f . f? W fvn mi lliic? cnlii.mf !irut
By t:ic re ur;n of i!v Sin riff rf tiie d ffercnt
c u:ilies we !ear. that ; c asscsinenii 1 r tbis
year amount t -i ?.;0 j d liars. . Ti:e taxes eolicct-
ldi 1.1").) J d.li.iiv -LOO:) da'l .rs of wifc!i are
unava.Jab'.e leav.p. 0.0'JO cHHars from whicli
dedact 15 pe cjnf. per asces:ne;:t and ca!cc!io:i
ieav s ?LaJ dollars of availa!)lc mctnsto the gov-
ernment. Will any man with such a s:aie oi iacts
::s tliese. have lli fta::IJ.-w.l m-urgo ih nolipy.
nay the pruclitabUi.': of meeting the expenses ol
tais government by D icci Tax st ion? The ex-
penses of the jioveinment reduced to the lowest
sum consistent with ;ts c-iiciency. amounts to 130-
C0:) dodars. Tbe available nc?v.s from direct t..s-
atfon amonu's to 7050! Ab ut one sjv-enteenlh
of i!ic amount neces ary to meet the objee'. In:
arecablv to the argument o! some honorable gen-
tlemen iiio expanses if ijo'.-c nmen: would be wil-
Ji:ig!r met by th people if the da ics were entire-
ly aboiishrd. If tiie assessment ot tl.e j resent
ye:r j.ad boon promptly me' this miLt be urged
with some degree of plausibth v. bui the collec-
lions only amount to about oi:e-;ifsh oi the con-
temptible sum assessed. Tiie availa.de means
amounts to liule more than one seventh. II.av is
it possible" then to meet tho expenses .f Ihe iiov-
trnmtiut by direct taxation? The truth is. there
is bu om metiod ol tend-ritig direct taxes of any
u-e lo the cotiMlry. Let Congress appr 'jiriatti ili.-
taxes in the several counties t the t-ouutius them-
selves for the purpose of building c am houses
cleric's offices and jails. The people then seeing
their taxes applied tj the r.ec ssiiies oft eir imme-
diate neighbor ood will pay them without ddfi-
cul.y. if will raise the credit of the counties so
as lo enable Sin riffs io procure funds insecure
ojiivicts and jlawless offenders against the cdminal
laws of the country and remove the dis ace.ful
spectacle of men guilty of the most heinous crimes
parading ti.e stretls and mixing familiarly with the
But w:(y is not the assessment collected ? There
must be a defect somewhere apart from the want
ol disposing oil the part of ihe citizens to pay
It raust'heeiHierln the lawi!se!T- r a most sh.-m.e-less
disregard of duly in the officers we mean
Sheriffs. Is it possible that tins arm of tbe Exe-
cutive is so weak ihat ihe small amount of taxes
assessed cannot be collcctid? If so. it needs
s reuglheuing. The truth is there is a defect in
fcoth. but priucip dly in ihejSlnriffs. The m I hod
ol appointing them is vitally wrong. The office
bung clecliv by tbe people caJi year is employed
by these officers not Hi the discharge of their du-
ties but in c clioncefhiz- f r the next term; con;e-
qumt'y they catinot find it in iheirheaittodibtress
their immediate cmslilul 7i's by enforcing any law
thath'ars upo.vthe whole communi-y in violaiioii
oi iheiroath of office t jeir duty as cilizeus and
"every moral obligation V.cy owe ihcir c.uuiry.
If thi5 be not true why are not the laws in rela-
tion to collection of taxes enforced ? The S .criffs
tttp. c'othed with ample power. All the piopcty
a man owns is liable for his laxes. Sull they are.
not ciliecied. But says "an objector "sue him
oil his bond." Sue hhn on his bond ! You might
n? well attempt to enforce a claim upon- ihe Moon
he will appeal to the Supreme Court and then itj
is lost fosever mctcea up in us aremves never
mini b7 the President approved by the Senate.-
Make him responsible to the Secretary of the Trea-
sury.and the laxes will be coliccteu.
Of all sov
Fim (he C.tizcn.
Th Praia. n y. Some idea of the course in-
tended lo le i ursiSv-d by the editor of" ihe Star and
Telegraph m t o comin? canvass toward; one of
the. nominets far ihe Presidency may be obtained
fjom t (c tenor of an article in l le Siar of Thurs-
day iat. That the agitation of this important Sab-j-
ct should uive c.T.ploymcnt to troops of defama-
10! y scribblers and i.e produc'ive ol a tare growth
(if. poli.ical niushro.Jin" was of course to be expect-
ed t but t.; .t the -pens of the former should be di-
rected in their first effj;ts at t ie piivaie character
oft.ho-c to whom taey are politically opposed was
hastily expected ho a ever much such a cjurse may
be in accord mc-i with ihe rancorous malignity of
siruc of .hj emd ic:o.s of tiie opposition press.
We haw r a.l again the article from the Red Lan-
d r ovi-r ihe signature of .Jackson and can find
nothing in it ta warant the shameless assertion
tliat il:c writer sought to produce tlje impression
-that Jr. .lones is a native of the South. Nor will
it be con i .tared of importance by the people wheth-
er the. Kmpire State or Louisiana gave him birth ;
and they will be as lillle inquisitive to know in
what parl-cu'ar village lie was bo.-.n or how bis
early y.ars were p-scd as liicy cared to know thai
li:0 cd.to.-of ihe. Teleg.aph l.im-e!L when a cau--J:d
tc f r public bonois fn'sl aw ibu iigiil in a
village in the backwoods of New York and flour-
ished the b'.reh in the double capacity of country
apothecary ana pcdajroiruc before he descended the
Ohio in a dug-out and "emigrated to Texas to aban
don tned eal for political quackery. After a resi-
dence among them of more than ten years the
people ol Texas will know what estimate to place
upon die private life and public services of Anson
Jones wi Ii-.iut. ihe officious promptings of anony-
mous newspaper scribblers: ;md notwithstanding
the luz i aulhori'y of the venerable Hugh L. While
ihe p'ople will teach ?ir. "Aicher" that if he. con-
liuues the scribb'ing tiade and hopes lo induence
liseir judirmeuts in the selection of a candidae he
might belter ffocl Ins purpose by displaying the
supeiior mciits ;md qualifications of Lis own favor-
ite than by seeking to injure the well-earned repu-
tation of oih rs who have been long iried in their
service; and unless his future productions are
more nia-.ked by cand r. and less with t e visibie
stamp of peis. nal animosity bis icspectable name-
sake who turns the wheel of the big power-press
will always rank as by far the most important and
influential pu'sonage in controlling public opin
ky!Ic slood on-vantage ground now. He had'
.jlfnone of ihe fih iug age ayr.why shnuldjif
Jovjnv it ? none "of the lighting ae a tlieyVafl
SSPe w?n!d "' l ns" t blt JllJ said "ACIIttiiis "at.
muivus u-vou aar
r ly WaKthc dis nrlinncs of the Hrbc i"ttlt"pfnj;
'- "iftPR'OCIiAMAlON ' . - -
VftP.r.i:.'.j T'o C-.:urr3 of t!.c Hop Hi; ; il.r.f. r.c. ;;.
il:o2-. v.UJuly A. i...'8i.' tlt'nr.tqjf nndaiscd thr f:.-.r
tiriu r- (;i ijceni5)'.r. nstnu"!f. M the l:m if :'.!..?- ..i.!
f i - ------ - -.. a- t?'.
cai.iinuc.i.appears tnai mere is a scent c:ub l ( muKh-Ijck.-iviv v:-:rrffnTrocbinci:onivKcd rntr.o2t.sr
Udvrs ii'l tTwt country who are vioienii v op-sosed I !"v "f"""vtf'rr. A-i- ' afforujm.r wuh the provisions
Mttfe i.umejo'ls toll es-ulihshiiimit.0 on tli... r. ik" ! "' "'- Vviawnlw natl f.r cjbw tl:crci.i-Ml fortl: i!.e en: of
BinK i. Krtr..wi. c : I .. ; vc7n?! :vo.v.t:':'pi'?::-r.r!tutw'1 :Mhe to u -f
'dimeters. II('bfPC:i l-i :i .ct.ilivsirt Inrmur jnirl '. And wllcrrsV. it lies Iirei; tlrr lh-p.! tti--rAVtf v.t p. i!r !.-...
n. r.-jy Icg.Malivc scauii c:: i!:e ruljtc to renirn to ilie ci'y or
AtHii.i bacatcd r.s UU ::p"n i'ic r.-arcino frontier uatil ilic cs-t.ilili-lniicr.t
of a .'.iriifjetory ard 'c:n:ar.cs:l pj'a'-c '.leLt.aiioiis
'oi winch are now i p-. g-m) u-nh flte:.eo jind witfTthc war.
iii.c triLcs rf JCi.H-.ry aud Ct-nitiianehe Ir.di-.nsr.nd n;!?cr' wh
hive t::-.til rerentiy iiifesied that frontier with liierr de :.
io;i5 and murders:
I TA'U. HOUSTON Pres;dor.t
JominPiidcr :-CInef of she Arm-.
WULis reiinrtn1 in Uip I.inrtnn nnnrrs f'Tnl'Rir ?an.fty il iiio o-imr ly virtnp oltLe n-iihoruy vc:cd in wo
rjl r ' i . . ' i r i t- $' 'v'v 'l0 h it .-e prttcntj. enjoin aim n-nuire tl.c ifenntura
R )ert Peel h .s mndoovorunes to L rd John Rus- and itcprpswitet.T.is ci.r-rd e tl.e Uighth Congress cftho itc. &
S.'l to establish a (Jotniti.Ki mi.iis'.rv. " :ubi'c of Tcxa. u nsrent.i rm! r.irt ni i!-r-i.T.rn r-r u--..!-;- "k
y Ji;A diliicully has arisen klwe'-n ihe M-Vicau ! V'i'VllAc cca?y of u!l'fJ?. r-si Mon-ny (d.c -i"h
bo folders and Mes s LlZ.rdl &. Co. ill LiilUOIl iIlctinia y whrra.i;ihal.treuntortiBriaa(Undca. -
jefiijive to the paym-mfof t..e dividends. r ed ihe great Seal of the ItepubKeio be cfii.icd. "
a -1".1 ho- ..ccounts tend! red bv iMe.-srs. !.ina:di ta .it.
tlio iUyxican bondhoidf-iv commi;:ce ma'ies out a &W& D'7cr-hi.15!ar !hN f..rih day r.f N"- "
.eney it appears of upwards M" jfOOOr o SpiE rVi.;donh
uirds-the Oe!o!u. dividi-nd but il'ui i ncniiaZiftiij . $&? cste!rS ' ' Tipi .
.afiy furtlidVXplannliou c.ther lothe Me.ic.i-:i :jm " " " c .. . ..JjTf iars
bass dorwii'nLoudon. or the committee. Acoir-i p...;. -..-- -.-. n w; ..
pondedc&is''going on between Wn" comnuilee and
nis 13xccllcney th'r Tile .ic;m minister. Me.-srs. Li-
zarc'i stale that they receive their instructions di-
rect Horn iMex'co.
Much dissatisf.u lion w.s expressed at the con-
duct of Messrs. I .izardi especially at their. refu al
lo explain how the funds raised by litem or the
exira stock had Itcen appropriated. The bonds
previous to this diliicully wvre scljinsal 'JH but
fhey-ubscquently declinrd i percen;."
''Twenly pieces of field artillery of large size
wi.h cat riage eve. the wo: kmaiish-.p "of Messrs.
Fit eel. 'Predion ec Co.. havu been sl.innsd from
Lindo'i for the Mex can government."
i is staled that in co .sequence of the improve-
ments rtcc..!tiy ma le in building slcwn shs it is
probable lhat all those at ptcse.it emp'oyed m the
Uri ish navy will be thrown aside for o.hero dift'er
Tiie British Admiial Ti.omas has rcslored the
San Jwicli Islands lo t!ic i-aiive King'. 01 hear-
ing that Lord Paulet had seized them he sailed im
meeiately frotn Valparaizo to the" Island and wilh
oul consulting Lord Paulet. told the King that his
xlig should be restored. A gcnilcmaii -cstdms
As'o.v .To:snj ?ccretarj- of S.a'te.
"7T"tt iiereby f.rcwarn any one buying i r r-at.ing tonhu fjf-
V V I iwi-ij: iio'ce : Oi?c note f.ir tort .four tiit;u;aRd .rand"'
of gin co'.; y. duo on the firs: of January ISli : ti.e u:I:er fnr
the sinic amount due twelve mor.tl.s tberoaltcr made r-.j.nblc
to George V. Uevnol.ls or bcr.nr rnd Loth notes dated ihe 7.h
of Sen-.cr.ilcr 18 12 cs tl:ecc:.sidcratio:t fur the rr.me Im- fiitod.
Kjv. 17 IS IH.
jotc: n. littntiii:.
Jon:; j). rjT i .v.
nov 18 !.;-. 1 4
Rct;;::i:c of Tr.xx; I Atisusi 'J'erai
Cou.ity of Wa-lir-gtoa I'robT.e Court 1S13.
CrAHTE : Stiah lViilhelni rine of the hrirx at laic of ' Ulchc-'T
ini!h:!ist deceased crp'.iccr.i fcr partition of the estate cf
rai I deceased.
T appearing :o the Cosirt that Elizabeth Jacob.- or.c of the
heirs at l.r.v of taid estate resides beyond tiie jurisdiction of
nils con:: i: is thcref jre confidered by the Court that pttbiica-
non be madp ni ti:c Ki:io:inl Vindicator for I:rce month-- noti-
fying the s.!d Cjizibc'it to be and appear to the December term
of said v'ou.-t for the enrrent yea"- and show cause if any sh
ha? why pani-ion stucld no: be wade or ike same will La con-
sidered pro con feso.
rr q - Ga-en tinder t.-.y hT.il hh the 25.!:" i.dv of AurW.
c. r. c. w. e.
The sUam ship Ilibernia arrived at Boston on
the ISth ult. from Liverpool. The Cotton mar-
ket and trade thrnughot.t till the manufacaiiing
districts was unusually animated. There was
sold in ihe Liverpool cotton market on the :M0c
tober litb'GO bales the largest quantity ever sold
in lhat city in one day.
"The Irish llcpcalers continue Uicir monster
meetings and have not been in (he least molested
by the miliary. The population pf.Ireldhdrseeatts
to be now arrayed almost to a man in favor of Re
p al. O'Coiinell continues to defy the Pritish gov-
ernment and becomes bolder and bolder in his de-
maud. At a meeting held at Connermarra he
said "Lie had come there to make an experiment
on the men to know if I.e might have them in his
siiugle for tepeal. " Where were their navies or
their commerce 7 Where were their trade though
laying in the highway of the ocean though open-
iiiir with innumerable bays and creeks and havens
invitinir ihe commerce of America and the world ?
Why wis l his so ; because Ireland was governed
by the Saxon and not by the Irish. Would they
join him thou in his struggle to give Ireland to the
-Lol the French have France ; the Scotch Scott
land ; the English England ; but the Irishmus-
have Ireland !
'Ireland ought should and shall be free.
"Il he wercasked why .he did not rush 'to the
contest at on.ee he answered that he abhorred such
an idea- though the master of thirty legions had
not more power than he had for the last six months
to see the day. Lot his appointment be an- L and lhat power be would ussrbut not abuse in
its mild legal and moral application. He 'had
cowed England ; heskntliii a high position and;
he defied the British ministry to take it awfrf JJ
fill DOLLAR'S EB WARD.
WJ) AX AW A V frjni the rtibscriuer on Trinity river Liberty
jVi eonr.iy a negro nnn pat-ieJ Frank very black -G ytsrs?
j!t!. ." feet S or I) inuhrs hicii the property of !r?. l'-a.
Also a ntul.-tito. named W arncr r.bout 23 rears culr 5 u-et 8
;- l -. :i :....!. l.-i. 'I-'... l ... - I ....fi i. i"
. fr ii . il i . ' OI lui.u- li l-tl. 1 tiv itiriiL- 11'tv.uu Will UU IVUI. I l ill'JIif-
at lnolllla gives the lo.iOWlUg aCCOUIit of the j hca(iinffaUdruri.:CLo'I.lSo that the owner can procure tiern
transaction : or 23 dollars fur cither.
"Hnmlntr. t?.n 3!st Jzilv. was nnnoinfr d a;: tiie WM. HLCDSOS.
day on which the Ilawii.iii flag should be restored: !
and the occasion v. as m.nkcd by appropriate and
tFOREWARX si! and every ;c."on or persons from purchss.
ing-tuo sre-.cra! notes of hand signed by me and pnv&bte to
i.iipreMn:uieiiiumeS. W. U. V. ooI o.: for 3500 duo Januarv 1&13 xviih i cr!it
"Ihe marines aild Sailors from II. li. M Ships. r?:3; one other r.o:co! $750 due January lfei. Ueingsat.
Dublin (rarysfort a-ad Hazard WCIC on Sl:0re ;tlt. ' -fieJ iho ro!J-jdcrr.ijn has failed I therefore tiMcst gainst the
parj'fdeu in iiniiiary order 0:1 the plain to teceiv j ("jeinvwr " -i..-
the Kiug. At ten o'clock the King appeared es j
cortcd by his gua d attended by a large number ol
chiefs and their retainers. As they approach d i lit
ground the baud p'ayed k-God save the King"
the Hawaiian colors were unfurled anj a saline o'
21 guns was fired by ihe r.yal artillery of II- 15. I2.
At half past ten the bngli-di nag which was fly
JOTIX J. OCOHMAX.
A LL persons arc forewarned against purehssipj; a prouiso--iL
ry note drawn tiy r.ic on the IGdi of Janusry pay? Lie to
Allen Love or order on the 10. h of January 181 for tl-.t sum
of f:e hundred dollars as-ire consideration for which raid note
was ; en has entirely failed and 1 do not intend to pay it unless
lUjnipclhSi Iy hw.
ing at ihe lotf was hauled down and ihat of IJ -' nuvS3 3.v.ia ;. jr. STERNS.
wail lioisted in its stead a id snluU ci Irani t..e Dub- jiUiuji&1 JiATUK X iUTJUJjJ.
l. the Carvsort aild the Hazard Willi twenty-cm ! fa1IIcsbscnlPr harinq: been appointed adniimstrator oftho
" i i . .. .. i i ja. estate ot James tiali. Jr.. ccceafe.i. ty etc i robatc l.our:
guns eacu wie snips at me same urn.: aresseo jf u-..h.n.on Countr. these nrc therefore to ffiv no: to a
1th fl lj;S. The United Stales' ship Constitution .VTSor.5 having c!.iim"aSsinst s-.id rsta: to present tlcm in the
t'SO dressed l'tll lings) then .-altltCd the ft)" WhiC. rmenr.cr and tunc the law provides or they will hi forever barred.
iilute was icmrncd: Tho ships presented a moet :-ov23) SIS 'tJwX
tautiful and animating spectacle." ABATIS S'l KA'llllX' NOTiULS.
Yutolau. 'Ihe -schooner Argus anived a ' a '-'t" i t fflnf ls:rn!ia " l!Vs!a Vh:h'i cf '
. r i i i r-T -"-" deceased hr.vtn'i been granted to the undcrs'ncd by. the
fSCW (Jrtcans.Irom Laglinn on ti.e :.;Jd Ult. J lit in. Probate court of frashington county . it the August term
Captain repoited lhat ihe yellow fever was racing ; .hereof thb is toyive notice toali persons holdinfr claims against
to a great exlei.t among t:'c Alexican imopsatlha ! d .C3:aIr 0 irv;?nt 5em d"l' aihenncatcd within twelve
i - j iii ii .i I montus or tliev will be forever barren: and all persons owiijjr
place. Oide.s had .been given rcqiiirins; all tin ; B..:.i c..-le toiua!-c navsimrt
Yuc itancsc to leive t:at place within 24. hours
llostiuiies vvered i;y e.Kpcctcu. .
Gen. Sv-ntemani. nad not been .able to ia?sea snf
ficient fore;: to aita-ck the Mexican troops tit To has-1
co he still remains in Yucatan awaiting a favorable '
ch ngc in alf.iiis. The yellow fever is also t xteu- '
ding i!s ravages amotig the Iroo'ps of G mi. Ampu I
dia at Jt. John Capliste'. Notwithstanding these
untoward cm-ttmstaucjs San a Anna is making
vigorous preparations lo compel these dfsali'jcied
M.4SSY JI033. JIIbl'
rrvll R iv 13
Arriviii and .Departure ci" tac Mails.
(AT AXD FROM WASrilXr.TOX.)
n-.s'crn Sund'iy at G P. iT.
Western Friday alG P.. "U.
Houston Friday at G P. M.'
Vclasec Sunday at G P. iM.
FrJtikli.i Frivlavat G P. M.
ashingnn Feb. 21st !Sl3.-tf.
Saturday at fi A. L
IMonday at G A. .!.
IIonday at G A. 51.
Saturdav at GA.M.
ftlonday at C A. ?.I.
nroVillCCS tO Stlbmil 0 Ihe SOVCreigllty of iIe.xicO. j ' 'IAKSX UP by Jarey Dear and committed to the Jail or
1 n t :: 1 I M. M lam cmtntyby T. Ulullcry J. P. on the27thof Septem-
2hSo's IViJl. T.iSSO be Ug lold that lie had bcr 1S!3 two runaway negroes about 2."i vcara old each one
ail opportunity of Inking advantage of a Vim V bit j yellow boy named I.rcd about j feet 10 inches hig.i bmo
L .fT i . r i .-.i"-. i "i 'i !. . '".n'r. dark roundabout and cap all much worn: the other a
It.r'encmy-"! Wish not in plunder hmt ld ho biad:i..3U namcd Wi!Iinm had on blue pants and blue cloth
-'but ihcro-sare thmgS wl.icll I Wish to t.!ce from i ..-oat. much wiirn. S.jy they bo!o:y:.- John Cildson near Caro.
b.im; not his ftbnoi-rnor his weaitti nor bis life
but bis ill id 11.
mm.' jiu-giiL. 'iu ..jw.ji
in-.a in the icinity of Montgomery- county. The owner is re
quested to come
or thev will be
qucstcu to come torwani pruvc ins property ana take incm away
c dealt witii.accorumg to liw.
Y virtue of a certain dec J of trust to us executed by Rob-
1 e'rt it'jorc of Trashujiton county on the tweniy-slMh j
day of Januarv A.D. 1813 wc will sell on the tilth day ot Jan.
uary next (181 1) to the highest bidder for cash on the premises
thosj two tracts of land together with the improvements there-
on lying in IFulkcr's belt county of Washington ; ono on which
H. ''. Stribling now resides containing onehundred and ! sixty
fivo acres more or less purchased by Robert Moore of John
Sharp.-. The other containing one hundred and thirty-six acres
mora orless purchased by Robert Moore of W. Bcatrijht and
on which Robert .Moore formerly resided.
J. P. SYDNOR
P. G. S TREE 2.
Jacksonville Oct. 22 1813. nor 25 tds 15
FEIHE undersigned having been appointed administrator to
Jt)1 the estate ofsNichoIas Gentry c-eceascd at tho special
term of the Probate Coutt of IPahhinEton countv holiifn on
Monday the 13:li inst. notico is therefore given to all persons
having' claims'Tpgainst tho cstato of said 'deceased to present
them VulilfvhViinie prescribed by law for settlement or they
' - G. V. GENTRY
JA51ES R. GENTRY.
TRSRlfAAVIlNOE'at Groco's Rotrent will tan nnd drees
GEORGE IP. LINDSEY J. M. C.
CltIwc'i!jJilr.m county Oct. 1?; 18-13. nov.1I 4w-l
WATCHES & JEWELRY
- 3LOT7EH T-SlAI" EYES.
C4. V. ALLEX
Impcrlcr of "7alchcs and Jcwchy
wncrxsAi.n :.:;v r.nTAii.
30 TALL STREET UP-STAIIW.
t2s consequence of tho reduction of duties by thelVeic TAR-
IFF the subscriber is selling hi? stock cf GOLD Sc SIL. '
VEll LEVERS AKCUOR ESCA.FBMENT LEFINE.
and other WATCH MS of new and splendid patterns and
JEWELRY at retail at a considerable reduction Irani former
prices being much less than they can be bought frut r tiy other
place in tho"Cty. As he is constantly receiving all dscripiona
of WATCHES of the newest styles direct fio-i th.-inanufjci-turcrs
in England France and Switzerland he :- enib.ed to of-
fcr a larger assortment and at much lower prices at ret.iil than'-
anv other hottsdin America
GOLD WATCHES as low as twisty to T'.vcrrrv.nvc Dor..
r.ARseaeh. Watches and Jewclrv cxcluiiiaeu or bougm. AH
WaTchcs warranted "to keep gooil nine oriiie nnaty returned.
All kinds of Watches repiired h: th: lest manner and war-
ranted at much less than thou.uai prices by oneofihe bet-
worknian:in.hc Citv. . G. C. A..
New. YeikfApriU5. 1813. JnclOSlm.
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