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Lftion lanr can be bad, on appl es..
Lion at the . llllal .Female Collegiate iTUr-Y
In.til.t I .parloulqrs, see the band Iilt . -
lT. 1 ERNO TAYLOR.
'.7y, lder braces, laoo and elastic a.lo
lasl supporters, braces, .o., for sale by
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etWOO'Waser of Iý|sl"~oln pescots
as stheseilao I At r r. a wa generous and
pomme lia p.nsideratio .on the tii of the do
nor, It Would pl s.e us to see lberally prao
tised b ers. Whom shall we thank next?
pO glean from the ateU Advocatehet fol
IMoy belng t1ie 'latest telllgence received by
tel b. of the late', to ...lvtle
`alot hox, is qo hr l~$t',tha t t der.
only to ~je feI a and passions mad not the reaspns of
Bat thesq acts will not want apologists and
a the jouinLle oft lo order.
Ametrican are 'po on of nealy
in tho~ .
tTw qeackedl ad set on
p ot the wity . 4., a T
are said to have beeotkilled
MauMrL.'s majority in the
In from the~lty, on account
f r "tezment.
now qrlhg down town- Cannon taken
a > ued. .bung by the mob.
S ng eandldat` Governor injlhis State,
1i9l occurred this olty to-night; sev
Skiled4 sad wounded. The snoo is
up'~ thbe 0rt ofllse with cannod'in-their
Logievrt.u, Auguet 7th.-Twenty persons were
killebasd twelve.liouses burned during the riot in
tbhi city last night.
TENNESSEE. * A
"` ag thb.-Jouxox is electcdGovernor of Teon
Oiupe by a small majority.
The Amorican party has, as far as heard from,
eleoted three members of Congroeq. The Democrats
have gained largely on the popula vote.
Mouus, August 8th.-Returns to hand from 28
counties in Southern and Eastern Alabama, give
saosrnanas, tlm American e.ndldate for Governor.
mowre than 1800 majtity" over WIsTON, the Dopo
po Ine0ndiary Paers. s.
3bo people of the South should be on thior-guard
against the Incendiary pppers that are qwp Ahoding
the malls of the south, frots the frooetatos. Loulel
saa and Misleusiplp, e y, will oope In for their
share during this r'adyais thai black aboll
ion sheet, the Cle 4 Dollar g," crowding
our pos ofitos. T me directed to all person.
whom hey may supp ' o be gullibk, and they cesu
pre-paid, an evl4euee of a deep and pre-concerted
scheme ofthe Abolition know nothings to broeak
down the demooqpoy of the south, as well as the
north, and take the government Into their own pre
The Boston Kntow NoUing or Crusader, Is another
sheet of the'samo sutamp, whioh, to the shame and
disgrace of southern men, has b* liberally ppiron
isel in the south, When such sheeoots as those moot
favor or countenanee in the south, it may not be
wondered at, wheoan suh men as Halo shall declare
that he will abolltionis~bo south by know nothb
HAII la or N5 w OLeLtxs.-The mortuary returns
for the week ending the 5th lnst., show 338 deaths,
of which ?2' were from yellow fever.
S, a e.
en h peole of and a sr ,
a~. b it io er y
car I4 oew t e, .
tare the people e of N fre
Su ig inp southe al
.tiby ino en ."o
Sbad towert e tho
Is . s bec$ in
Sodn a time
Amlerlican o, that
,camCe they hesp lle
letter of t ionstiutlion by i prosri ptl
ofolol r ton of their eous b
dangerous to cbl d ; libert -
cause they present issues addri jl-to al pas:
tend to divert their att tiaon m those hh
er subje over which It is their duty to keep
ceaseless watqh, because, above all, they in
frings that priceless privilege of a freeman,
the right of Independent personal action, gui
* by lndepoge* personal judgment."
H.ly qtei the ignominious pcenes at
the us onat Eifoentloi latelrJheld in Philadel
!phialtlsmpe1ble our fellow citizens can
long reme o dece.ted. T lght of reaso
a1~drdy reakg ing u "whom. Every day
adds to the as the north is
concernod, he fla N.
party ln, bt hoe
Wity to , $e other bigoted latot.
seoolonal, fIn to the received
meagag of oe can long re
ala do4euidd , those who w lling
dupes." .> e,
Mr. Buej as h poken out s be ' oat
Amiso oi'al was dUs,-trom
the . i otion he es in the councils of
of 4Vstion, OM4 ha representatives of
sovreighty of Lou l .therein.. Party spir
it aust be very blind Indeed, that data loqk at
the tore so faithfully drawn by Mr. Benja
min with regard to the combined efforts of
"Americanism, or know nothingisrn, abdition
ism and freesoilisp at the nortb,4pd feel no
alarm for the safety of the union. Tjat we
are on the very verge of' a lissojution of the
union eventS most clearly prove. .Not p year
will rolk `indJ before we shall realizls this
truth. '-fore tihadJournioit gf the next
Congress, we shall.itnelsp exetltpmont sgqe
pro'bpJy as we have aever:reon eXd .
Yet~Ilth all this inpeoIding over the pros
perity and very eixt oSte. ofothe union, our
know nothing friends hi south, pro vainly
stiflving to cling to an* asoclatiou and make
it natfonal, which as shown by Mr. Benjamin
is based at the north, upon "' volent hostility
to the south, and bigoted intolerance towards
Catholics," IHow many distinguished south.
ern statesmen have taken the same view, and
warned the country of of the approaching dan
ger? Our own Judge Perkins, stated these
things before the democratic convention, in
language plain and` unvarnished. Many oth
ers in different pats of the country have don0
the same things. People of Louisiana, be not
longer deceived. Look at the picture present
ed by these great men, and reflect, think, and
act, as becomes freemen. Do not for tho,.ake
of a more party triumph, in your state or par
ish, neglect the momentous issue, that north
ern aggression, and fanaticism have prepared
for us to meet, and that soon.
We regret th ýri. Be~injin. ehould de.
e es, and
out d ?hisade, agains
elgn 0Ic pagn try aIe
t the bf fo .
iu rty, ad eaer
tea. se not atoon
or flo not coune
an fll course €o onduct Ih
nds, am e rt,1
the in le.efforts
Besides this,J e' d
form, Beaj vase.
'not is ts~t4I4,
g all th ot= hs.dopt.
es, and L, tion ofi
our n 1icons n, t ld up a
lbp,.npo ta ruins. When ath orat
partls broken up, as a national party, the
uando gone. Mr. Benjamin's idea of a great
soea ert earl caes wit it, the idea of a I
grt'. b ern party. Wm·a these two shall
bI fofe, the Union is virtually dissolved.
t- Louisiana K. N. Platforll.
The Loauaana K. N. Platform, if one plank declares
r In favd? of leated rights, which of course was in
tended to refer to the vested rights of our natural
n, Iz citizens, in becoming such, under the laws,-
'I* This nodoubtwas to show their liberality. But a
little further op in another plank, they declare, that
at none but Amerieans should rule, thereby upsetting
what they had conceded in the other plank. -This
reminds us of thestory of %o cow that gave a line
l pall oflpllk, but always took care to kick it ovei,
They show their llbertlty on one hand, but the self
y Ish, narrow-ml on the other.
Is The know no oulsiana, also approve of
the Philadelphia pia ,.(4)t"exludes Catholes
from holding oepe,) with one breath, and then dis
p rove of its .pplieation to "AmeriCan Ca jlcs,"
wili the nept. Their liberallfy being equally bal
aneed by terlrlie alityand their tolerance, by
their intal . . conegilone amount to noth
ing at all, first loseoa Ig 1~,hematles.
teaches, that t hat arq, equal to each other,
e w~en taken froum one another, learg nothing. Jult
g sd'with the Louiliana platform, in relation to vest
ed ai ndtoleranoe of religieus seOtitnjanA
li n one article, they orcrset in thi. '
m Conaqentynothlng is left.
Query. We wonder If this was aclcdental, or done
of purpoa o d8oelve ?
r Tea nisPart SocTlt y GT r (OI.vTOe, intending to
ot open for the Fall and Winter Season, Invite all the
lovers of tTh'rrama In the Parish, to call upon the
p. Treasurer, and add-their names to the subscribers'
list. It is the Intention of the Society-to open with
an entirely new play, new scenu y, new s.ysic, hc.
.* The Society is complete in Itaformatlon and fully
organized, and-with the pastexperionce and rapid
0 improvemeont. the members in their severaldppart
e ents, it b tir for the attainment of high excel
so lenThe, r b«: .
The B ge ~lis1"h own great energy and
cr capability, the inmbore of the Society are perfcotly
satisfied W aslgtutt maagstsgeat, and his arrange.
men . tlt lure. j
Tt T.o ioal a Ire.qoVsan accomplished compo
iori ane rraujr f mus.le. The gentlemen p.f the
Orohet ' d rd neither lnas nor expense, In
perfeoting th, .trm..tatiou .
The A dsepttient, ls~Pl) l.lled withtentle;
s men and dy mepers, whose past performances
r have shown decided toent, and who will be aided
by new candidates for public favor.
Y The Soetel'alntor. intends to surpass his former
:efforts, in i$lw scenery, new drop curtain, &c.
The Costumer has prepared a flue wardrobe of
n splendid fancy costumes, of rich material and cor
y rent historlea ityle '
The same good order and decorytn will be main
tained in the ensuing season.
The Society with their present apd prospective
advantages, having a large wardrobe, ten suits of
d scenery, their library replenished with a large stock
of acting, plays, just imported from Now York, is
enabled to .olr great Inducements to gentlemen and
o ladies to bl'bomo contributing or acting members, as
It is the object of the society to develo ative tal
ent,-aeting and musical. A few of embers,
I- (founders of the society) having in th at season
been obliged to sustain the heavy expense incidental
to the establishment of the Drama in a pnlace having
t no convenleniences, or artists to assist, they were
. also obliged to perform all the labor of fltting'up
and decorating their hall, as well as preparing them
Sslves as amateurs, for they stage; but they confident.
ly hope, they will not te obliged to close their
next season at a heavy pecuniary lose.
It Is the intention of the socelty to open for the
Fall and Winter season on the third Tuesday Even
ing in September, and tp perform.every two weeks.
d For further information in regard to terms, &c.,
please call upon the Treasurer, Mr. II. A. Nicholls,
Watch Maker. Clinton, or-
S. H. BUTLIER, ..c'y.
Sseeik the M tI"
V ae tao mdlt 'snmarksa i
of .t4 doctrine, in the nomlnq
$by ;jjh t not g party in tlkt'
g obeep any serlo.Uftenti9p
t out in the , tipn of endhttes~it
bli . atmtmo, aitd suech
* t homits were worthy of
on aceod ~aclity, bus
u 1 i.
Passing over the other oices *NI
irk AL4e. ticket has been got n
-fllaso*tthat of sheriff,, !
n A. Among . the candi fd r
and responslblo. ation, was th plpse.
S rlf . sh. That Oipt.
i ied for the plao,
y years in the
rn . xparerien o, to whicl intoe
: 'and the most assiduous atten
all its responsibetle s, had given
o was qualified in e
a bov any other man,
obt not, will
+b vs the parish,
d democratio Sheriffs, he
has 'Wo r many years, always h
most res .I ble place in the office,
Sdischrging td duties to the entire
faction of the coimunity. One would
tbhalbe of snch a man, in such g
ty, were t all true to their p
must +bboyQnd,,dbt. None will deny,
the peopleor tonal part of the
even wheiraetti.h der the restraint of
organization, A t °l e f to the exeq
their own judgement, %pd untram
electioneering arts and management,
stinctively turn to sucth i llla, and.
office itself would seek hinm outl in the
obscure corner of the Parish. Butt it was
so to he, and the manu who had rendercl t
self worthy of ~eoplace, by year's of e
ence in it, by business ltabite, of the first
and with all the energy of full manhilood
about him, was turnuci out as unfit to fil
And yet the office necks the oman I .Ih
solemn piece of mockc.ry nIl this is I What
commentary upon the lou.tful profrssions
this party I
We do not utter these thing for the p
of catering to the wounded pride of C
Comstock, or as a relief to the bitter
and deep mortification, which he, in
with every man, who is at all conscious at
own.ability, must feel, at being thus re
set4jl n the face of such professions.
the l tion of some, it may perhaps
fit retribution for entering 'the lists of .
party. But if there is any truth in the
cation of the doctrine thus made to hism
surely do not envy him his refiectioni
was not chosen because the office did not
him, and the office did not seek him
lie was not iyorthy Of it, and so the party
who have lately sot him aside. ,Io deser
beter fate, and should have met a better .
tune. _, ........ . .
KANSUA.-The followling is a synopsis of one
most Important acts of the legislaturoln th
REQvUnrxo CITmIZE~R EhurOATINO rnet M l
astrr, or other of the northern states whlch
inlulled, or may nullify the the laws of the U
states, oN eNTRnlNx KANSAS, TO TAKE AN OATH .
.rUlAfaO TO sUPronT TU COnsITrTUTIO AND LA
uai TNhifD STATEs, ANb TIIu LAws OTaIs Ta
Would It not be very proper for every
state to egislfte to the same effoot; audj addi
to renouncing allegiance to New Eugland hi
lawism, require that the adhigrant repounce ai
ance to the English Abolition Soeoiey which
venes at Exeter Hall. So says an exchange ail
say we. :
DIED, at the resience of her hisband, on
wood, on tlh 2nd Inst., iJVLEts E. CusAY, wilb
JonN P, BDaow.
FURNITURE FURNITURE !
IlllE undersigned hbasopened in the
1 Town-of Clinton, ialrgeassort
ment of Abrfnture epts lstlng of
Bur9Auae Bedeteads, Chairs, Sofas,
Armoires, Lounges, Cribs,
and almost every other article of Furniture, I
ble for the market, which he will sell low, for Oe
His store Is on the south side of the publie iq I
aug 11 H. B. GAY, Agent for M. Hlasi
FOR SALE, by thosubscrlber, the celebrated
I ger Brandy, an excellent stomachli, and for`
sone afllicted with the Dyspepsia, It Is valuable.
je9 WM. GUlINrW -
00 GALS. Pure col 4 pressed Castor
uo le Iy I. N. EMO
I LBS. . Blue Maes, warranted one-thlrd Me
*J ,just received and for vale hby I N. I1MO