Vote for Governor.
U’. Tumor; J. Hail, J. John-
W. A. Mathew*,
423 620 986
Hmi-ten—If. Lawton ;
IF. A- Tharp.
JackMm—It. White; R. J. Barks, R. J.
- J. L. M.iJJoz; G Cornwell.
JeffiTMiw—R. I*attar s,> *i; W. Sinquefield.
Jouss—D 14. Sinitli; lames F. Barron.
Kim'hafyoiu i-—E Jl. Swennr; L. B. Cau-
LwrfiH—It. Miiurni; C. B Guyton.
Liner tv-5ft. Wynn ; W, Hnghrs, Jr.
l.inrolh — B. H. Moure; J If. Tat out. S
Macon—B. J. Head; L. JI. Felton
Mmli-nn—S. W. Collwrt; G. II. Bird.
Mclntu^b—Charles Spalding ; W. J. King.
Marion —Jeter; Wiggin*.
Meriwalker—Dixon; Harei*, Brandy.
Monroe—,/. T Crowder; IF- Jl- Mar/Jiff,
C IF. Dottle.
Morjau—J .4. Bilhtp* ; John Dunlm,
Murray—James Morris; 'ILF. Carter.
Muscogee—8. A. Wale*; Thornton, Jone*.
Newton—A. Pharr; Henderson, Muntgom-
Oglethorpe—;Z. P. Landrum; l‘h:nizy, .
66 1025 1329
8th day of September, wheu I will give
you my views mote fully.
Accept for yourselves, und those
whom you have th<; honor to represent,
my best wishes.
Yours, most respectfully,
LAW, ORDER, A90 THE COKSTITCTIOIT.
Pike—O. C. Gibson ; J. J. Caldwell-
Polk—James M. Ware; E. A. Davis.
Pulaski—J. B. JInwell; W. W. Harrell.
^Putnam—J. A. Wingfield; E>. Reid, E. Cal
Randolph—T. L. 0 uerry; Stamper, Graves.
Richmond-A. J. Miller ; J. Mllltdge, J. T.
Striven—W. L. Matthews; B. L. Boykin.
Stewart—Seott; WCmlerly, Walton.
Spalding—C. L- Dupree; H. P. Kirk
Sumter—B. M. D. King; IF. J- Moore,
T. P. Cottle. *
Till hot—IF. B. Mar shedl; J. D. Owen, T.
Tattnall—W. J. Moody ; J. B.Smith.
Twiggs—E. S. Griffin ; H. Faulk.
Taylor—A- U. Rile;/; A. Me Cunta.
Telfair— IF. Stmlstdl; McLennan.
Thomas—W. G. Ponder; J. C. Browning.
Troop—IF. P. Beanieg; J. 8. HiU, J. T.
Upson—A. G. Fatnbrough ; Sherman.
Warren—A. Beall; W. Kitchens. J. Jones.
Walker—James Gordon; J. Caldwell.
Walton—J, T. Grant ; B. J. Cooper, J. H.
Washington—J. W. Rudisili; -Warthen,
Wayne—J. Causey; J. D. Rumpb
Whitfield— Wellborn; Sapp.
Wilkes—Pope-, Irwin, Anderson.
n^**The •Editor, having devoted him-
-self unremittingly to Ins duties for the
last several months, wishes a little re
laxation from his labors, and will be
absent from the Statesomc three weeks ;
after which, it is his intention to devote
himself- with renewed energy to the ad
vancement of the great cause in which
he feels so deep an interest.
OP As our readers are doubtless just
now somewhat tired of politics, wc pro
pose for some time to come to devote
more of our space to news and general
miscellany than we have been able to
do for some months past. We are de
termined to spare no-paifts to make the
Watchrhan a ■welcome visitor at the
firesides of alL
51 S'" 51
ANOTHER GUN FRO\h ABKANSAS—
ft DEMOCRAT SPEAKS OUT!
Pins August 11, 1865.
~ \T\ 4391 To Messrs. E. A. Warren, C. H. Thorn,
' jp;6 285 J. H. Scogin, and others, committee:
.36 399 779 I Gentlemen: Yout letter of the 16th
14 of last month, inviting me to attend a
6 o* I Democratic meeting on the 28th of that
month, at Camden, and stating that I
I was absent from home, attending
Accept the thanks of a heart, warm
and keenly alive with gratitude, -of the
eomplimen'ary terms uf which you
allude to the services 1 have rendered
the Democratic party, in years that have
ine hy. I am happy to know that the
try, as 1 so much desired.
Yon state in your letter, that yc u be
lieve I am “ one ever ready to battle in
THURSDAY MORNING, OOT. 18, 1855.
the people. This is the object. Too
much valuable service .has been render
ed lo go unreurardrd ! And here is 3
line opening for.the-ereation of numbers
of $2,000 salai ies. If one worked well,
why may not four work better? This,
people of Georgia, is the grand object
of the Cobb Dalton Commissioner
Fine Chewing Tobacco.—F. W.
Lucas has an article of chewing tobacco
equal to anything we have seen for a
long time, which he is selling at about
half the usual price-charged for an arti
cle of the same quality.
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
. Messrs. Griffith & Williford have re
cently opened, as tJfose who read the
advertisements in in sur paper know
(and all ought to read thorn) a hardware
and crockery store in this place. Be
sides a very general assortment of all
articles properly, belonging to this de
partment of business, they have an al
most endless variety of “ notions’' per
taining to housekeeping—all sorts -of
willow-ware,. Yankee nutmeg-gralers,
and almost every thing a neat house
keeper can -desire. Our lady readers
in town and country would tlo well to
give them a call, as wd feet satisfied
they will find many a thing they want—
and all so nice amt cheap, too.
One the of the main objections urged
against the American party by the so-
called Democratic party of Georgia, is
its alleged proscription—although those
who urge it know there is not one word
of truth in it. One would think that
if there is a single scintilla of honesty
in the composition of this mongrel con-
cern _ CO inpoe*d as it is of ail that was
mean and despicable in all the old^rar-.
ties and factions of the State—that
whatever other shortcomings it might
be guilty of, it would, at all events,
avoid even the appearati e of proscrip
tion. But no sooner is it ascertained
that Johnson is re-elected—and what a
burning shame to Georgia that $Uch a
man, professing such doctrines, shpuld
be her Governor—-no sooner is it ascer
tained that he is elected, than the guillo
tine is put in operation, and every man
who voted agaiust him, from the least
even unto the greatest',” is made
• walk th^pkink.”!!
"Let the people of Georgia—and more
especially those who -«re so violently
opposed to -proscription as to -condemn
the American party for the merest
possible squinting in that direction-*—
read the fallowing from the Atlanta
Discipline, and then let Uwcn gay who
is proscriptive, the Americans pr the
the An ties. The tatter charge that the
former are proscriptive-of foreigners and
position Which nature designed the
humblest honest heart should occupy-.
It is a shame that an enterprise*, winch
if properly managed, would bestow
honor upon the State,, should.um ic
an instrument of corruption and oppres
sion. It AS humili iting to see the party
power using the property of all 'he tax
payers iu the State, to carry out its own
ba c and,indignant pu^pos s, regardless
of tire interests of the State. H the
Road remains the property of the State
two i ears' longer,' the cloven foot must
shoiv itself—such corruption cannot
exist without detriment, to the Proprietor.
■We make tuhv an open defctaration of
war against the present mode of manag
ing the Rond, and demur to the Demo
cratic y>ar£y claiming iy as their exclusive
property, which they- ore now doing
openly and above board. * s
THEY DENY IT.
It h iving been charged that Seward,
of New York, the Abolition agitator,
and Horace firtteley, Abolition editOI\of
the Tribune, were members of the
American party, they both indignantly
deny the imputation, as will be seqp hy
their answers below, written in response
‘to letters of inquiry from a gentleman
in Alabama, as will also be seen.
We always knew the charge to be
a base, calumny. Such Abolition fana?
tics and traitors as Seward and Greeley
are as bitterly opposed to the American
party as is Its bitterest enemy in
Georgia. Its. atmosphere is too pure
for such traitorous fanatics to breathe
Catholics—whilst it is set’ied beyond
whew tbete are no great principles in-
Ivolvod, under the name, yon are wrong.
We wgre shown the other day
by Mr. Phillip Shackelford, a car of
corn which in number of grains surpasses
any we have seen lately : containing 32
rows and averages 38 grains to foe row.
It was grown on the farm-of Mr. Floyd
Shackelford of Madison* county. The
ear of corn can he seen in line office.
, nowever, you mean mat x- am always .
tiling to do battle for such principles ape mie- eieeuon, na
as were once advocated under the De- ;
Imocratic banner, '.when contending] ^ ^
j against the Whiff party, you are right.
We were requested to state In
our last issue—but inadvertently omit
ted Cade so—that John Horton, Esq.,
of Jackson county, was not a candidate at
But all those eld issues are now set- j ^ e understand that a difficulty
I tied. And, if those parties only existed , occurred- in Madison county one day
Ii»»ra Elect or the Legislature. I upon principle (as both-parties con-; last week, between Meredith Yarbo-
" J If "?^L i •"<• one Jasper Watkins, in which
'i- tle i“* r " 'T !.hei;nm.r recced the contents of the
Baldwin—K. D. Brown, A. /. Butt*. There is but oj»e question now in ' . , . .
Bibb—7Lok Hardeman, IF. D. WiHimn*, E. existence that has her itofore been dis- 8 ,,n °* ™ fihKer »» his abdomen—from
Davit.' 1 ‘
Bryan—J. P. Hint*, A. G. Smith.
Bulloch—P. Cxnc. W. H. McLean.
Burke-—A J. Lawson, J. A. Rosier. J. S
Calhoun—K O^Brown, R. LMcCLry. I ^ h,cb lhe be ' t P Ia *‘
Catoosa—J M. Murray, J. T. MeComel. fotm, OUfl whtcb most favored the South-
Cau—R. Jl. Cannpn, IF. Solomon, A. John- J cm interest. Th'.S question is now.
t. • I ful| y settled, or superseded by the Ame-1 aft Dalton, that the cttizenS of Cher
Crook haV f h * g and placed ( okee, Georgia, are making efibrt to
Uhattahonelivc—Renfro*; Shipp. j bvforc ihe country, n far better platform have the Western & Atlantic Rail Road
Cherokee—M. J. Camden; L. Held,, J. Rob-] lban ***** t or was er« prosquted
to tbe people of the Untied States be*.
cussed by named parties; and up- the tfleefc of which he died on Friday
on this they never were at issue. I moan erenin? Jast. Watkins is in jail, we
tuiderstal.i', at Panielsvilic. ~
THE STATE ROAD.
We peroeife, from a recent meeting
placed in tbe hands of threo Commis
sinners, to be chosen hy the people,
is not at nil surprising that dissatisfac
tion yrevjub, and that expression is be-
Care sits but lightly” on the
'brow of a roan who can write as the
gentlemen of the Wilkes Republican.-—
Forth* humor and really valuable and
truthful histqry it contains, we venture
laying the principal portion of his arti
cle before our readers. Tho* we are
cast down, we feel far from despair; and
think if our neighbor, with those others
who have honestly battled for correct
principles—which they surely did in
advocating the success of fhe American
party;—will only not weary in well-doing,
our defeat is but temporary ; and con
sequently the sail river excursion will
be like the momentary hiding of the
sun. * > :■■■*■■
For the life of us. we canticthelp but
feel thaV every success of the Anties,
has been but the success of tbe devil;
and we -doubt not, if the truth was
known, (and it will be. ere long'to the
Federal Union qfnd its imitators, ami to
Henry A. Wise and his admirers,and
followers, as snch Stephens and two
Johnsons who might be named,) we sny^if
the troth was known, high not was^ept
They find the doctrines and practices
Jury of the present term areouZT^
sent the county as still msolfe* 0 ^
cannot we' a remedy for this >> Hi
our bistfey. To tax tbe Pe Ji° U ‘ *W J
unrighteous burden ; to Icaveit
would bo unwise—for our Jl;?? *° ti!
rise up to wonder ahd blush
of their fathers, and while w e
woll assured that somethingonirht??S»
we knoa- not what to do. But il
must come. The people must LtS
onerons taxes, for the relief of their 1 * t
or they must and ought now to 'N
every claim that does not dart sunk?”"^
in .the Mind eyes of Justce. Itk
all doubt, the county has been w* ^
both in purse and policy, and whiW®W
invite all to propose a remedy
privilege and bring in onr snt^,*:
a cilizen becomes insolvent, our t %
u’uu eut, and set him up anew—. , 1
the best remedy we know’ for acn' J ' t!i ' 1
v 11 * Rke a fre8h
books and old records never can kl
and the best that can be done'
what is right in tliemand repudiai.°>v
wrontr Moll.ll F UU,at «
in Pandemoniutu,' at tbe various.suc-
Or*wf«ar«l—.f. E. nri<v; p. Avery.
Decatur—Richard Sim* ; B P. PowfR-
> DiiKalb-A). Mnrphy« Ur. Hoyle.
Dooly—0 Hamilton-, W. Cnl4».
Doughi-rty—W. .1. L twioit; A. E. ilsnu.!
Knrly—Hays ; Swt-jwingen.
Effi’igham-^-Tie m tile Senate; A. G. Por-
Elbert—W M. Mcfnt nh; T. Jolmsmu
Clarke—C. Peep}**; J. B. Carlton, T. F. J fore. The slavery question being the
Lo ^‘ L. _ * great question of the Ume% and the
SS&Ik! S.Ttkmstm; ? H Brown. A*nert»n platform being the best upon
Campbell—J. Carhon; L. B. ^*tts. subject^ I shall alway* he fowwl ad • . .
Carroll—1>. M. Bloodworib V Johnson-,Bkli I tnc-Aling lh- pntfcciple* therein set forth.] 1 ®!? S ,ven ot ,,ia * uissapstuctlon in re-
I The Democratic platform, on tfiis
M.-!vi?!r~ T U M >, * re; S ’ A j subject, wa* tbe be t we ever had pre*
Odumbia—A. J. A very; T E Brail, L.s I t,v ’ thfr adopthm- of the American
L-.kf. ’ l platform. T tkvrefora stood iipoti-that
_tv»w«tn—H. Buchanan; W. Am Us. a. o. j until I saw .the latter. He » iUjw the
bast D mocrnt who st-nids upon the best'
j4atfi>rih*for the Union Of the States.—
That, in my opinion, is the great Amert-
| con platform.
When new parties ni$ "formed, the
' in.powder, hy that ascendency,
the popular name ^But the bare
I name Will n -t atihuver their ’ purposes
Kmattucl—>. C. Simmer; J.If. Eden Mrf. j long, when the pdopk find they have OO
hanntn—fhnstian ; Wo kt* ft eld. j tir }ncinUe
Kny«ttc-J.J. Whkakwr; ft. 0. King; J rmc pies to suatain the name. ^
Flo^d—T. M’Gaire; W. B.Terbunc, M Il. j For sotne time p^ist there, have beeti I lt ' TOU ‘“ public property—-and
j two kinds of Democracy in,this State— | public prope; ty is but another name for
the true Democracy * and the puro De- public plunder
mocracy. The true Democracy are true -1
trt Conway, true to Johiw a, -and‘true
I to vffice. Tbe pore Democracy are for
principles, without regard-to men or
, office. These latter will nit he found,
I soon or late, upon the American plaU
gard to this corruptly managed and-cor
rupting piece of public property. And
while we hearti'y unite- in agreeing up
on lhe necessity of a change, in regard
to this road, we cannet agree to the plan
The appointment of Commissioners
would not remedy the evil, as various
experiments utxither- States abundantly
establish. On the contrary, we are fu!
I ty persuaded it would but ioai ease the
kvik^which -are sought to be removed;
Forsyth—II. Striek'imd; Julian; Coming
Fulton—J. M. Calhoun ;■ J.S. tfarii*.
Gilmer—*. 51. Patterson- J. Pickett.
<Hymr—Y.T. Long; Burnett*
Gordon— W. H. DaUi.-v ; G. M. SfOmmeT j
D. B. Barrett.
Greene—ft 1 If Cone; M. IF. Iswix. G. 0.\
Gwiniictt—J. Brown; T.B Hudson, J. C.| * ,m I h*ve not time to write
Wijtworth. » tetter more «t length. But, as I
Hall—J. Dunognn ; 7. A. Headen I have b« en fnnn home, 8ml tetters and
IIanr.«>ck—K IJ Darter ; T. J. -Smith, D-J business have n'T-umutaled. time presses
' r **" ' ' me, and l must close. You ace at liber
Hart—W Pi*nle ; Myar*.
Harris—P. P, (HIl; JF. J. /huhon. .4. J.
UcarJ—J- F. Moreland; A. JI.Lane.
ty to use this letter ns you may think
pro|ier. If-nothing unexpected happens,
[ I sliall be in your city on Saturday, the
But it is not our intention, at this
time, togiVe this subject more than a
passing notice; and we will therefore,
commit ourselves, just now, by adding
to the nb-)ve. that it is the sheerest hbn-
seme, in these days, to attempt discon
necting anything of this character from
politics. A State hospital, if we had
such a thing, would be a political ma
chine. And this change proposed is
but an effort of politicians to add to the
number of fat offices within \he gift of
all cavil that they themselves proscribe
native-born Georgians for tr free and
manly exercise oftjie right of suffrage 111
Let. the people—lo all of whom the
State Road belongs, observe the manner
in. which tbi* party, so jealous of the
interest of foreignfers, proscribes native
freemen and converts’ibis great State
work into an engine of oppression—a
mere party machine—for ihe advance
ment of the interests of the leaders of
lhe Foreign party.
Wc have long thought, and are now
tlioroaghly satisfied that tbe Western
and Atlantic Railroad ought to be sol'd.
We will now go still further. Ifthe
State cannot sell it, let it.he given away,
hi Heaven’s name, let it be disposed of
in some manner. If offered for safe, it
would bring a handsome sum of money,
which if appropriated to the cause of
common schools, would fit and prepare
the rising generation for usefulness and
prevent them from becoming the dupes
of demagogues, .towards which end those
now on the stage of action ekhibit an
■qnrnistakeable proclivity. We' f»u*e no
hope that a Legislature composed of
such material as dm - hubs -of the one
- just elected, will ever do auy thing for
the cause of education—-ae they know
full well that when the masses of the
people become thoroughly* eqjightened
then truly “ Othello's occupation's
gone-”—they themselves/and such as
they, could never get back to tbe IwlU
of legislation. Like their friends ajid
sympathisers, the "Cathohc priests;"they
know that their only hope of success it
founded in the ignorance of the pea-
people—and hence they wiB always
oppose a general diffusion of light among
the masses. ' :
Btr St. Patrick, “ How Be Nicks
’cm.'*—If the people all over the'State
of Georgia could witness what we are
now witnessing in the city of Atlanta,
one unfed s^out of indignation would
go up against *Gov.. Johnson, front the
seaboard lo the mountains. -Every man
employed on the State Road, no matter
h^v meni&l hfs sUtiop or how foiihful
bis service, who cid hot vote fot'Gov.
Johnson on the* fifsl Monday in this
mouth, is discharged. Men with large
families who have been in the employ
of the Road for years,, and whose ser
vice was considered^ valuable by former,
administrations, have been tamed loose
in our community with but little hope
of'getting other, employment hefe, dijd
without means to go elsewhere tn seek
it. Men ara.approaphed and asked h« *w
they Voted, by the pompous upstarts,
who figil around the State ^RiTodofficc,
just as a-SlaveHtdrter would interrogate,
his slave as ip hr-* whereabouts the pre
vious night, when some • mischievous
act Bad been perpetrated in the heigh-
boritood. If the unfortunate man f who-
hks Hie feat orhis fa mity-su fife ring be
fore his eyes, has*the temerity and inde
pendence ta answer*’ that her-voted the
American ticket, he is at once dis
charged. The palmiest days of Hfe
Inquisition, coaid not exceed this dis
gusting scene. There is inquity and
corruption enough connected, with the
State Road, to sink the ’Stale beneath
the contempt of every other State iii the
Union. There is baseness and ab&mi
nation enough to sink, tim e who are
guilty of it, sn fow <-ven‘ in their own
os'imation,, that an age of time that
would wear out the Stone Mountain,
could ti .it restore them to that elevated
cesses -of our opponents; At each
hosanna on-earth, doubtless loud pealed
the thundering applause IteUur.^Buf
read the remarks of the Republican,
and try to cultivate his spirit; though r
with it, don’t relax a single •effort,' 1>ut
continue to strike for home, the great
graves of your sires and. for (he com
mon cause and eievatiOH ^df hmnamtj.
Salt River-.'—Not h;»vTng ' of late
years made many tripAup this famous
stream, our present passage up affords
some no.ve! segues. ' The last, time ' we
made the voynge in a National 'vessel,
was al>oard the good old ship Whig, Hen
ry Clay Captain. * Being well satisfied
with our quiet location, at tbe Iiead-
uaters, and tired of the swamps and
lower parts of the river, we wire not
disposed to serve under the captains, who,
with various success, attempted the
passage down, untit we were/ like a
multitude of others, bamboozled to enlist
under Cobb, and catne down the! river
on a raft, named the “Georgia PrqtfprroJ”
we re-ascended again on' the same craft
under the ‘command of the gsilfant ant!
amiable Jenkins. *
- On our voyage up tlds' time ore mel
the same Algerine Cot^iir, “ Fire * Ea
ter,” which ascended the river In 1*51,
she has been newly painted over and var
nished, a new crew shipped In addition
lo the former one,'her did name ^item
ed over, (though h is^rTH" legible nntlei
tbe thin white-wash,)'andtlfe word DJ-
mocracv *painted upon it Her ruddeV
was made out tif « ktofen' |rfartk'of the
Georgiiv Phitforjn: -She was - gaily ‘de
corated wifo (M' 8«»<j£ of 'all &R}»ris,
among which "xvoTo'oked iti- vairi for the
Stars, and Stripe*.- •* He^'a'jiprtiaeh' Vriis
herwTdcd' by an" oheomwiofiry Strong
of the Anties muqh more congenial to
their taste, and will therefore act in con
cert with them.
We wonld calmly and dispassionate
ly ask our fdiow-citizens who have been
driven by mere prejudice against secret
societies to array themselves in opposi
tion to the American party, if it looks
patriotic and manly to join with Aboli
tionists, foreigners, and all- the isms of
the land- to put down our own native-
born, citizens ; more especially sinfie the
ved 'of secresy (ibq only stumbling-block
in their wayjhas beeajrecnoved.
But hereafe the letters; Let no man
again slander, lhe American. party by
charging that .these-- Abolition traitors
are meraberatjif if:
Atmtrtnr, Aug. 2t, 1855.^— Dear
Your letter of the lOffi irrst.,. addressed
to me at Albany,has overtaken mq here,
after fo tlo wing me' in some journeying
through the Western part of this State.
It is not'cimsistenV with my habits of
life to; not ice, either for purposes of com
plaint or for refutation, the-misrepresen
tations to which, like other persons wha
hold representative places, J am subject
ed, No one who lives within a thou
sand miles of this-place, whether friend
or adversary of mine, woufd utter or be
lieve the absured allegation of Which
you have made known tome with a de-
-go^a- of-kinduess which 1 > degi , rxeyaftd
receives my thanks.
I a in v very respectfolly, your obedient
servapt, " ' Wm. H. SEWARD.
A. F. Posey, Esq., Greenville, Ala.
New Yohk-, Aug.' 17, 1855.—Sir: I
never was consciously within a mile of
akno*.v-nothmg lodge,’ am! never could
hive been induced to-jinn one on any
account. By placing your foot against
the author of the silly report noticed
-in your letter, you wlll ; be certain to
kick a greafliar. Yours.-
■L A. F, Posb-T, Esq. "V ‘ '
S : * ——-o - •' .
Her comtnaflder lay/tfpdti tiff quarter
deck almost jnseruible, behf^ afflicted
wlth a grievDUS‘ffit ihdigeVtitjh from
hnvmg' swaHowed sorre'of hts~ov\ n
words, uttered, against the Georgia Plat
form and its builders. f Beside'luip'stBod
» portly Bi.-fbdp in hill pontifieals,' mut
tering pate rnosSxrs, whUe h Jesuit gros
sed him with holy "oil, bn d robbed 5 ifc-'in
whh a Cobh. • With siksh matter otyhis
stomarii, His-ease seemed _desperatc?^-
There were som> old, '"fomUtar 'faces
among tho crew looking wild abdVearrid
at the strangC'CQmpanionship'they found
themselves in, aftd-wte notleed sonfo 5
comradca bf *52, who?e‘'1ook»"’^d' as
alahily Aa FdlsUifis words cduli's^r^ H
1 nm not lakhamed ofimy trornpn’nyV ^’m
n soused gurnet.’ ^ -•>
All e irtsof yituperatfon ^hd oaths m
the tOngnesof all mtfrtns assailed 'u^up-
«jg our approach * Burly- Jidr*- Btffl doi.
voted us, and his owu eyes 4a-perdiffom
-^*the Dutehmah swore fry- Ulohner ttrid
blitzen, the Ffonehmnb capefod and
sacro'td, while vivsTcdus P>tdd'y;’4iumor ; .
oU8 in hisenthity^gave'us'a-apecirhtfttt'rff
bis native eloquence in tlris wise; i Feoffle'
a Bull ah, ye spalpeens l^Ct&r the- way
for tho l ’im icrats ! ,nn(f ye^ih -curie the
Pope, will ye ? Arrah* ivdll bring ye
lo yer knees yet, ye beythins, and make
ye.shorten his Ilotinoss’tf>e nails wid
yer teeth, we . wilU :Wfli somebody
liiidjnathe-ioanofa -brick bat?*’ and
in default ofhisJavorhe wdaponhe hurl
ed 9 Huge Irish potato at us -Which fell
A hrge merchanf and impoft’er* says
tlutt in thi^ ifniied States, \ve are paying
more duty qa artifitaal flowers iban .on
railroad iron. As*Hn offset to^this,
stroag-aninded wotnau asserts *hKt Vh’e
men spend more money for tobacco than
they do for tea, coftee,' ahd sugar, white
ihe sums they lay om.on sherry gobblers
would keep tlie country Hr new hoots
“ the whole blessed time.”
GRAND JURY PRESENT3IBNTS OF
' . CASS GO—FIRST WLRK-
. Wo are are sure no .one wifi regret
the perusal of tbe following portion' of.
■the Presentmeifts of the Grand Jury rdf
Cass QQunty. . ’Not jbit J |r&. sym*
pathise with tlte -cotmty on - account
of her- etnparrassments— but the stifle
ts bo uh’i^traf with such documents, and
the article ' l^as ofdrjgmaii-
ly and. is so-spicy witliab iliat it is like a
refreshing ahotvet-fn n -usaalfy de ; ert
"spit. Ncrr 'ib the afriide without its
* . . j ‘.- •», ..- i•
wbole.-'ome lesso^ if .we wjJJ'oaly. be
taugliL county-'insolvent h bow
came aheito? T»i»e, bf preans unusu
al ; yet, principaly^ 'i^ ‘hepyrunt of ex
travagance, perhaps. Wha(e^ejr.
be the cause, howefreiv'ahn.^k ltigely in
debt, and it will Tiaqotte nephomif, years
and heavy taxingrepft^a^oa^ ii> ful
herself ot t^s 2cfyy... j?em?.t9H&ty k
about k .tbis '£»gk» witt -pteasei ^nake a
note. lTiB$nity x ‘i)otldts, fet-
heavy taxation fur yrorfe -before thte' Cin
The good name of a countv on .t
worth something, and of more Ta lu,, lo| »
her wealth besides. By rr-mai n i B ^<
we neverian get that good name® a* 1 *
lot nsatr:ke for a good name—the'*u» f^rf!l,,
is given—we invite a remedy.
The Pope, says an European W
is suffering from an incurable diZ
and it is said Lo u r s Napolean has hue,
upon the Papal chair / or h| s
Locien Bonaparte, son of Charles U
Bonaparte, who is'to he made
Revision of the Bible.—u
American Bible Union Society is ^
Its sixth’Anniversary meeting i n j
York. The object of this Swiety
wett known, is to revise the pi ^
version of-foe Bible, more particuhn,
so as to make it conform to the tenets
the Baptist se?t as to the ordinance
Battle of Ring’s Mountain-.,
The anniversary of the. battle of Ki^
Mountain, was celebrated on the
Soatb Lftrolina, on the Aihinst, The.i
were.seven military com panics entwnpti
on the ground, and about 6,000 prion
were present. Addresses were deliver^
by Col. Preston, ef S. C. and
During the celebration Mr. Side
Clifion, of the Columbia, S. C., artillm
had his right arm torn off by the pre®
toro disehtrrge of a cannon which he
It is a ourious. fact tliat there aref
hundred rers- »in Mathew’s Gospel ||
Ibat are also in Marks; more lliantl
hundred verses in Luke, and about i
hundred mid twenty that are nk\
Matlrew; "Nt-arly one half of the G«
by Mathew is to be found in Msrk,«
more than one third of the GospclJ
Luke i# to bo found in Mark orl
A Mrs. Campbell, of Gtnojoluri
«tx weeks since gave birtli to a dauglitt
whidi Is now only ten inches higb.ii
weighs but two pounds. Its feet me
sure one inch in length l
A “ Bread League-” for protect!
against speculators went into openli
in Chariestown, Maes., last week.
•Two of the daughters of the late h
Crssor Webster, who was executeJi
l|ie murder of Dr. Turkman, hare a
rled into the family of Mr. Dabnei,
American at Fuyal, of great iuffuea
EitglfsV papers express the opinioi
funded on careful examination, tb
Great Britain will -duly require tmi
porfation of 2(V,< 00,000bushel; olwke
to Supply every possible dificieney.
C*uar Of Claims.—The next w
of this court will commence on tbe I*
of-thisv, month. Judges BlackfoN»
Scarborough are now in Washing 9
Chief Justice Gilchrist is expected $
week. . ' ..
It would be « curious chap*' r
hist dry if the present Murat should ^
J During ™
imagine i it .bubbles
ou£<rf%hy amJ.-niSwiK; foteftrabfopolt-
tiCKHi,^(imay iia gerferat, 1 ! daie birifk'to „ , T ,
» ' come King o( Naples
B&&X&^‘****»*-*U* of twMIiWm*
enough- 40 Lggislaiors yef; new seats J
roust-.- be; oreotod. he- Btoriti ; dtid
-Smiths oriyA? td hav.e '€eats.kRire---they
.~J.- j "looti "rr w -tfte Sm ■ -
tfaaa rhiss,v would tttke^ Sheriflhrty or
CleyicsHip-ifiifitey thud b'S&^meje&ce':
pjriimg.tk^, lviresr,-BuV riie.Pro-
^entm’eiH, . iHeke-ttr^folloxfi'^
Gr»kid ; ;jtti-y 'of Ifie ? I>bcsetit' we^k
’•‘wdii. uteo worth espEctfqWjHrtmwRoiiit fi its
of 6net*t the - Sfh
wheraforb.vrti-tqmw* satejy ctmoltrtlrf'teut
'haAppgrufm aau#si»4iighly rtfeefind;- by
>w 5 «d-, ; F»u|ayro exhoae-
Court from aku&'wleilgo
raie ine vourx iroin »itnow-jeugo oven of this
-newly estafitWfied ttStnre in-'the tr ffic, still
mart set oiir fiiee«agftii&ra»» saddle-bag
groceries, atui rn^respoof"RFWhvo 4h>PV by
a constable In attenduuce upon the Court.
This particular couatajfle we have concluded
thus to caunonize.Tihcrh'atid his ofcuo
summate effrontery liml shnmfe, 'Sown to
fut .in* constables,"as a -well-marted instance
of mlful conicmpt.for Court. Wet did not «ee
the hqiiar. but we did scq tha-saddle-bngs—
and it is'tlib dclfbefaJtc opinion of this'Jury
that no other Jury ever savra pair of saddle
bags as mttek like a jug-'ot brandy before—
fiir they smelt like the jng hud been, broken.
cel of a'.p:vifo'f saddle bftgs, that siiiells just
Hkca btokjen jug of brandy, he- attains ton
stun,»n so small in our eyes that we think ' <• ' > W^hster’S cv "
.^7 he’s of nouseatalL. Z * cquaHo four of Wei
- 1 lL is with unfeigned regret that the Grand
S3- ->it!]ST njfli rjlt.t
iept a bbat'ding-house in
mt 'article in defence of the Preside 01
far as the Kansas subject is co nCtr ^
and say's rtfat *-• Governor Re«^^ j
removed on a matter wholly
fironrHhe question whether the
sympathised with the pro-sl** 61 ?^ !
decided now, on the best
be superior to either Englisl 1 ° r
«•-. * ru. I.itlifrs®** ]
of the same price. The M ,cr
and weeuvopt - touch : * )(MI ! r 7^
A,mqrican, and lhe super* 01 ''-! j
American is said lo be 0,rl f-
process of rolling, the snub flre jJ
while the • foreign rails are
with one heating. . ^
11 v. jJjg l
So you ere going to q' 1 ®*'/.., 4!
vernor 1” said Mrs
reached over the railing (tB ,.
chamber, and addressed
who sat nearest to her. ^nJlr
“ Well.'’ snid stes wrth
at the BemVmgti»n drum
think it would h ive bee,, h
better if you had seen tha _ # ,
fi. d aforehand.'’ There r :
sive Dictionaries fo at sl ' tJ