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'-fr 4 ' ' " '-' ; KATES (rtT' APVERTISIXq: . . Sixty cents per ejuare for the first, and thirty cents for aubsequeiFfhsertiopsV unless the advertisement-is oul)listred more than two inouthj, then, it will be"chargd-. v. . For three months r - $'4 00 , i'... ..: - i n 1 1. ( 'I" ino 0; All advertisements mu.s;t be lr3r)deJ iHy 10 o'clock Friday jnorning, aiid should. Iitre the mi tuber of ..insertions intended marked upon then! .Otherwise thy will be inserted lill forbid and charged accordikIy. , - -. TOR SALE THE ri!i (J LIN l X s .office, at 75 cerrts per qaii. Foj any quantity over Squires, li'Jcts per quire. , Coniniission Xahd Ffkfwdrdhig ' Fayctcville9NC. . Feb, -z::, lM."U. 11. Ill.OHSUi, ... C 0 31 M r S'S ION G.K N E It A L AND Forwardiu Merchant, WIL.3IINGTOX, X. C Prompt 'person al attention t;iven to conign tnentM, and cash advances made on shiputeuts to tn or inv friends in New York. Feb'y Vi, Is? I ly TOBACCO. The subicriber has a good stock of Tobacco on htid. and will receive regularly, from Messrs J. Jones CoS factory, qualities assorted, from cfntivn to very line, which will be sold at the lowest manufacturing prices. J. UTLEV. Ftteville, April S. ll. tf LIrc of 4 horse Post Coaches from Fay etteville to Warsaw Diily. The Subscribers having secured the mail con ractou. the boveLine, will commeie this day, " runniiii a Line oKtur Horse isVlTblchrs, dai ly. Leaving Fayetteville at p:st 9 1 M., and arriving at Warsaw u J jtaii t lr the Cars North and South .K. Al., iu lime Keturnin, leave Warsaw on the arrival of the Cars, say about 1 or 2 I M , a:id arrive at Fayetteyil'le iu ten hour. Every care will be taken to render the line pleasant, convenient, and sale, bar Travel lers. A Line of Stages will be established as soon as possible, by te I'lauk Road, from Fateville via Carthage and Asheborou j;h , to Lexington, Salem, and Salisburv. McKlNNON" fc McNEILL. Fayetteville, N. C, Aul;. 7, 1S51. 3m lntirelv new and l;trgc Stock Oi DRY (J 0 0 D S & HARDWARE. The uulersi!ued are now prepared to oiler to Merchants of the interior and others one of the litest stocks of DRV GOODS AND HARD WARE, ever before offered 'in tins market. Their Goods have been bought this fall by the package at the regular trade sales and of Commissions' Houses in New York, and they are prepaied to oiler them unusn .llv low and upon favorable terms, and feel confident that an examination-of their stock will induce purchasers to make tboir selections of us. The undersigned will spare no eflorts to give entire satisfaction to those who favor them txiIIi their custom. OUk STOCK OF Boots Shoes, Hats, Cups and Straw Goods is large and worthy the attention of the trade. Our stuck consists in part of 4 00 to -lOi) pieces of Woolen Goods. rt.U to 1000 Prints. 5000 pr. Roots and Shoes; with all the variety necessary to make our as sortment complete. Merchants visiting this market will please give us a call and examine our Goods before inakin their purchases. We also have o u hand a full assortment of the best Anchor Brand JiuKin? Clotlis that have been proved to be good by use of oyer 20 years of the same make of cloths. 1'articular attention paid to orders. HALL & SACKETT. Fayetteville, October 4, 15.11. ly 30 hids. new crop MOL, ASSES For sale bv June 28. PETER P. JOHNSON. PAID for YOUNG NEGROES. Applv to J. & T. WADDILL. Sept. 27, 1S51. G57-tf MORE HATS I am'now opening my Fall and Winter stock of HATS & CAPS, consisting in part of super 'heaver, super moleskin and silk, from to 1 50. All qualities of plain Fur, Mexican, California, and Rough-and-Ready, of all colors. Fur and Wool from 50 cts to S3. Silk and cot ton velvet Turbans for. children Also, fine men's and boys' cloth, glazed, silk and fur caps. i respectfully invite those in want of anything in my liue to give me a call, as I am determined to sell at wholesale or retail on the most faror abie terms. DAVID GEE, North-east corner Market Square, Green st. 0' The highest prices paid for bat Wool and all kinds of Fur Skins. Oct 15, 1S51 tf UW NpTICE. , tAucDIJ Bhi$ T. SMtTiiv , Has Jtakea a a Office on Anderson street, nearly opposite theFayetteville Hotel. He will attend to the collection of claims and law business gen erally; and especially .the Taking qf accounts of executors, admin is tri tort, gilardian and part ners, either a suit or otherwise. - . , Jan'y ,11, 1S51 - y ' . - Encourage N6riti Ctirolipa. The undersigned is m&ufacturiDg, fa'.F'ay- ettville, f 1 V- ?S 4; . A-1 ' " :. Boot & SiattE Jojlish, far superioTite the Blacking purchased in the Northern Cities.' He inlendsdevotinir his whole time - to '-manufacturing and vending this very superior polish, and) calls ;-upon all who think it to.t he mteriyt pfjf-oyftierw j-eople, to become nunipwsfr aiq ana na5roTJt;e , " - . He is prepared to Ashow, vy absolute trial, to any one-who will call upon him. the vasl'super ior.it 1 of his oer all other polishes or blacking now old in North Carolina. Call and have your boots and shoes once completely blacked and poHished. ai.d be satisfied. I his ai icteis olltfred at a price not hisher 'than-1 jusually charged for otherand inferior qualities, and a trial is all that is asUed to secure the patronage qf t lie pubiic generally. The undersigned expects to visit every por tion of the State to introduce his polish, and asks .how iu advance that Merchants and others visit- in Fayetteville vv4Lgive hi in a call, 'ftbisyoliili cau bo used by ladies without soiling the drc A. J. VVUODWAK1J. June 21, JS51. (jl.3-Gm e copartnership heretofore existing under tfi name of J A Rowland &- Co., is this day dis solved by mutual consent. ' . JOHN A. ROWLAND, GILBERT W. McKAY, JOHN C. aiOORE. The undersigned will continue the business of the late firm, at' their former Stand in Lumberton, under the style of Rowland Sc. McKay, where goods of every description can be bought on the most reasonable terms JOHN A. ROWLAND. GILBERT W. McKAY. Lumberton, July 1 , 1551 . G-15-tf rKTER- P. JOI1XSON Has just received, and offers for sale, CHEAP, 75 bags superior Rio Coffee, 25 barrels coffee Sugar, 50 Mackerel, Nos, 1, 2 and 3, Loaf and granulated Sugar. Also, a large assortment of Iron and Nails, Shovels, Spade. Trace Chains, Shovels &. Tongs, Blacksmiths' Bellows, Anvils, Vices, Hammers, Planes, Augers' and Chissels, Files, Collins' Axes, kc. August 1G, 151 WATCHESND JEWELRY, A v WIitI;A-I4.& IlETAlli. ..... J. .RL BEASLEY Woulil respectfully in form the public generally that he has recently re turned from New York with decidedly a very large lot of WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Many of the Watches were bought by the pack age for Cash, and can therefore be sold very low. He has watches of all kinds; chains, kes and seals of all the latest styles; finger rings, ear rings; madalians of all sizes, both English and American make;'ladies chatelaius; collar and sleeve buttons; shirt studs; gold spectacles, light and heavy; any quantity of gold pens and pencils; gold and silver thimbles; bracelets; silver fruit and butter knives; silver spoons of all the vari ous kinds and sizes ; large lot of pocket cutlery ; scissors of all sizes; button-hole scissors; survey ors' compasses and chains; mathematical instru ment.; any kind and quality of pistols that may be wanting; large lot of fine and common single and double-barrel Guns ; game bags, shot belts and powder flasks; MILITARY GOODS, including all between the small button and bass drum ; violins and extra bows; llutes; clarionets; llagelets, accordeons of all kinds, music boxes, perfumerv soap, tooth and hair brushes, dressing and pocket combs, plated and Britannia ware, and various other things too tedious- to enume rate. Call and give me a trial. $5- Watches and Jewelry neatly repaired. Cash paid for old gold and silver. J. M. BEASLEY, North-east corner Market Square. Fayetteville, Aug. y, 1S51 ly jXEIV FIRM .2ND New JLiverv Stables. The undersigned having formed a copartner ship to carry on the LIVERY STABLE BUSI NESS, respectfully inform the citizens of Fay etteville and the Public generally, that they can be accommodated on reasonable terms with Horses, Buggies and other Vehicles, at such times as they may wish to hire, by applying to the subscribers, us they are well prepaied to carry on the Business, having refitted and re newed the Establishment, with the addition of some fine Horses and new Vehicles, and are sat isfied that they can give satisfaction to all who may wish to hire. And therefore call on them to give us a trial. J. VV. POWERS. ROBERT REGESTER. Sept. 20, 1S51 y 38 Carriages and Buggies Now finished on hand IS of which are Buggies. All at low prices, according to finish. A. A. McKETIIAN. Sept 20, 1851. WANTED, A first rate BOOT-MAKER. Also, a good SHOEMAKER, to whom good wages and steady emplovment will be given. NATHAN SIKES. Fayetteville, Oct. 4, 1551. G55-tf TALLOW! TJlLLOWll Cash paid for Tallow at Oct 11, 1S51 A. M. CAMPBELL'S. 41 A Ki r - I AREY, S HEM WELL. & CO. llav 1 piece of extra fine 7-1 black FRENCH CLOTH, to which they would call the attention of the public. Oct 16, 1S3I 660-tt Pall and TTinifer ' 'WE-are now- receiving our mw iwi nter Stocki-consisting f 'atery genraF selection oft ' - . i - ;,.." - .-'l naruwjfre'stiti ;Jotieryv Seuulerr, lea Groceries, aertn sr, Kope, &c. Prfens.Viaituigtbis iharketo" purchase at Wholesale Or Retail," would' do "well tcTgrv us a! call. , T. rWADDreLJ ,X :Sept. 27. 1S31. Jf!' If0 : The subscriber has just received autl offers for sale a well selected stock f'G It OUCTRIES. Also a fine assortment of DRY GOODS, which he will sell on very favorable terms. QF?- Country Produce taken in exchange, for goods. Having purchased his goods low for cash, he flatters himself that lie caii suit any who favor him with a Call, both in qualitv and price. DANIEL CLARK, Nenrlv opposite T. S. Lutterloh's store. Sept 27, 1531. 3iV H. (i. HALL, FAYETTEVILLE FOUNDRY: Castings of every description made to onFer. A lot of Rabbet Metal for sale. . WINSLOW. STREET. Sept 0, 1S51. tf J".' 13.. " OFFERS .rJR S A LE CEAERAb ASSOltTaiESnf OF1 DRY G'PDS, G R O &E R IB Hardware afitl Cutlery, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Iron, Steel, Nails, &c., on the most rea sonable terms foiCash, or in exchange for pro duce, at his store next door to Market Square, Hardie's building. 3000 Lbs. BACON, sides, now in store. October 4, 1S51 ly TEA! TEA! TEA!! Hyson Tea, Imperial Tea, Young Hvson Tea, Oolong Tea, quality good, better, and choice, a' large supply and good assortment all selected by a judge, and recommended an fresh and tine fiuvored. For sale by Oct 11 S. J. HINSDALE. " . CALL AND LOOK. The undersigned have just opened a new store nearly opposite the Cape Fear Bank, where tbey have a large assortment of Ready-made Clothing NEW AND IN GOOD ORDER, And can fit and suit all that will favor them with a call If a customer cant be suited with ready-made Clothing, they are prepared to cut and make the best of fits and of the latest fashions. They pledge themselves to give satisfaction to all who may patronize them. E. UETZEL &. BROTHER. Oct 19, ls.ll. 3m FAYETTEVILLE Ten Pin Alley. JACKSON JOHNSON Continues the management of the Alley. Oct, IS, 1S51. Gi30-tf BZsACXS TEA. Extra line Oolong Souchong, one chest that is choice and superior. There is none better. For for sale by S. J. HINSDALE. October 1 1 , 15 FAYETTEVILLE WATER WORKS. THE Subscriber offers for sale his interest, being one fourth of the stock in the above com pany. VV. WHITEHEAD. Oct. 11. 1S51. C5y-2m REMOVAL. The Subscribers have removed to the new Brick Store, two doors west of the Cape Fear Bank, where they are receiving their fall stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, HARDWARE CUTLERY, CROCKERY. ALSO, Boots & Shoes, Bagging & Rope, FISH OF DIFFERENT KINDS. In fact, every thing usually called for in the mercantile line, to which they invite an exami nation. LEETE &. JOHNSON. Nov. 1, 1S51 GG2-tf !CrCollins'. Simmons' and Davis' Axes. For sale by LEETE & JOHNSON, "2 doors w est of Cape Fear Bank. 311T.L. STONES, Anchor liolling Cloth; Mill Irons. French Burr, JVsopus and Cologne Mill Stones, at Slunvfacturers prices. THE subscribers having made very favorable arrangements for obtaining from one of the most extensive importing and manufacturing houses in this country, French Burr, Cologne and Esc-pus Mill Stones. and the real Anchor Bolting Cloth, are now enabled to offer any of these ar ticles to Millers, of the best quality and at lower prices than they nave been heretofore furnished at in this place. A supply of best Anchor Bolting Cloth con stantly kept on hand. The qualify of every article is warranted. JNO. H. & J. MARTINE. Oct. 11, 1S51. 65'J-2m A pair of 4 ft. 2 inch Cologne Mill Stones on hand ; and daily expected, pair of 3 feet G inch Esopus Mill Stones, and would invite ac ex amination of them, as they will be found super ior for Corn. 4. thertiatrauU Caps. IHHjtii'aa Sboes, I roii, teefVnd ailifidfilile 'Dry Goodk,- ' - r&&H' -rc V With alar Stoekf 4 r V tT,T v WWKC1 wermtj drrxs 4tbfoa. iaAtttibmiJ od prio sot TJP M. jfHr Cbniinty,OQ baud WMK HudaDce. -JST z GEORG ETS'R A NDT w SoutJ side Hay Street, one door bcloWA. W. Steele. SEGAKS--100.OOOSt.gars of nil kinds and brands now ratdy fur inspection, from 5 to 50 dollars per thousand. ut wholesale and retail ou the most accommodating terms! ' . GEOROE BllAXDT- Fayetteville, Oct.18, 1851 3m D. & W. McLAURIN . ARE now receiving a large and general assort ment of Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, Hardware ami Cutlery, Bouts atitl Shoes. ALSO' 75 bags Rio, Laguira and Java Coflee, 10 hhds. Sugar, 75 pieces Cotton Bagyimj, -' . -.' 50 coils Bale Rope, ? . -100 kegs Nails, assorted, ' & tons Swedes and English Iron, 500 sacks Liverpool Salt, - ' With loaf, crustied, powdered and granulated Sugar ; Greeu Tea; Peppr j0fOice ; Ginger; Povvdes ; Shot ; Bar Le'ad ; TabIeSaIt? ba'r'and fancy Soaps, with aieat variety of oher ar ticles. to'wh'chye invite the artp&ion of pur chasers at wholesale -or retail,, as low as anv otbei-lmse iu tbe place. & VVf MCLAURIN. OcclJer II j 1S51. ScQtnd Fall and Winter Stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Boots, Um brellas, Bonnets, &c., for 1851. STARR & "WILLIAMS beg leave to announce to their customers, and all those visiting this place to buy Goods either at wholesale or retail, that they are now receiving their second supply of Fall andWinter Goods, which will be sold at the -lowest prices for cash, . or on the usual time for (iood paper. . We respectfully invite the attention of Coun try Merchants to our new stock of Goods, as we feel assa red that we can offer inHnrpiripnu nn. suFpIssed by any 'l-bIese-house"o"tWtrvl.' '-S. &. VV. November S, 1S51. GG3-tf ROB T. MITCHELL, (Arey's Row, Gillespie Street,) Has always on hand a supply of BACON Tobacco, Flour, Suar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Soap, Candies, Cotton Yarn, Sheetings, Cutlery, Crockery, and Glass Ware. Also, a large stock of foreign and domestic LIQUORS, embracing Western and N C. Whis key : French, Apple and Peach Brandy; Jamaica and N. E. Rom; Holland Gin; Wines of different kinds; all of which have been purchased low for cash, 'those wishing to purchase will do well to call before purchasing elsewhere. Nov. 1, IS51. 3m 1,000 RAFTS. Having located myself in Wilmington for the purpose of doing an Agency Business, persons wishing to save time and money will find it to their interest to send their produce to the care ofR. Shaw, and the returns will be forwarded forthwith. RODERICK SHAW. Wilmington, Oct. 30, 1S51. 3m. OSNABURGS. 3000 vards verv heavy, for sale low by H. BRANSON &, SON, November 1, 151 Hay Street, HYSON TEA. A chest of very superior quality, fresh and fin flavor, just received and for sale bv Oct 11. S. J. HINSDALE. FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. WE have now on hand a large and good as sortment of all articles in this line, and we in tend to keep on hand constantly a good assort ment of articles, so as to be able to supply all orders from Families in town or country. Send in your orders, and if we do not suit you in quality or price, then we will make it all right. LAWRENCE &. TROY. Nov. 15, 1S51. GG3-4t H. L. HOLMES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WILMINGTON, N. C. Office on corner of Front and Princess streets, under the Journal Office. Nov 15, 1S51 tf JUST RECEIVED, NEW FALL AND W INTER GOODS. The subscriber is now receiving his Fall Stock of Goods, consisting in part of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, selected by himself with great care, comprising all the fashionable dress goods for ladies' fall and winter wear. Also, Cloths, Cas sitneres, Tweeds and Jeans, for gentlemen's wear. Also a good stock of Boots and Shoes of every description; Hats, Caps, Bonnets, and Umbrel las. Also, Bed and Negro Blankets, Kerseys and Flannels, and a great variety of other goods; all of which will be sold very cheap. Call and ex amine for vourselves, it shall cost nothing. VV. S. LATTA. Nov. 12, 1S51. GGl-Gw 15 Full Sets country-made Breeching, for wagons. . J. &. T. WADDILL. Nov. 15, 1S51. 664 -tf rVrMBtK.rUuinstoo JH 11 TJie brethferioT fligPfn, nd i9ors113ir tiowreitis to Jbe nto doubt of Vihfe r""'." re twsimjMiisiieu iuvc -uie ioii-- uf . .u L 1 1 : . C- Tin A- HUT WUCrMUUK n -llICKIIUII J!" veierxTs ftuit of grutnotinat inenhrvheir uihapty 'we prtfsliine because they k liiscuntcnieu tnan-ineir ' i - ft . ft ' - ft lit ith all creation,' v 7 But in good booth, re'bejieve ihte Vre j more uisusreealilei uiiDleasart aim dis heartening circumstances connected with the establishment of a new paper, than wftli almost any other business under the sun, and yet there are people in this, world, whose circumstances require no such aw ful sacrifice, who yet are insane enough to aspire to the honors God "wot of. the editorial chair. Tom Mood or some other of the English humorists, says that there are two things which eVery man consider? himself capable of doing to wit: Driving a gig anti editing a newspaper, and upon, this principle we find some strange candi dates for the paitis and penalties annexed to the perpetration of the crime of editor ship. An exchange paper gives the fol lowing: Of all the funny instances, f aspiring genius wishing to enter Lie slippery ereua, one is told us of a rich man iu this city who knows no more of alma mater than of men in the moon. He bein" resolved to start a new paper, sent to a gentleman long connected with the editorial depart ment in this city, and wished to engage him. dont want you to write," he said; "I'll do the writing; I've rot the ideas; only I can't spell, I'll edit the pa per, and you shall edit my spelling." There -is a certain patent medicine ad vertised in all the papers, the announce ment of which is accompanied with the caution that none is genuine without the written signature of the proprietor, whom we shall call John Smith, on the wrapper The said proprietor having, as we are in formed, made money, and beginning, as is I usual in such cases, to "feel his keeping," once upon a time lie tooK it into his wiset head that he was a literary character, .ii'riiV .luustedit a pape.r, cousetpjeutly he-tarled one in an i u tenor city in tfi e'Sl'a fe'T KewT York, having first engaged a working editor his juwn name however, appearing as such, and he taking all the credit. Of course this arrangement got out, together with the additional fact, that the said John Smith was in happy inorance of the rules of grammar and composition, and of course, also when anything smart appeared in the paper, the organ ot the opposite party would swear that it wa a spurious imitation, but if peculiarly ungrammatical and redicu lous, that it was genuine balsam, and had John Smith on the wrapper.'' The bal sam man backed out, abjured ink, and returned to molasses and water. WHEELER'S HISTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA. We tender our thanks to the author of j this excellent work for a copy of it. The j materials derived from the office of the Board of Trade in London, the archives in Raleigh, and the records of "anciet fami lies are numerous and valuable, and have been put together with much judg ment, skill, anil ta?4e. This work was much needed, and will be peculiarly ac ceptable, not only to the people of North Carolina, but to those of Tennessee, and the various emigrants from both, who cherish a veneration for the soil from which they sprang, and will Uok with pleasure upon pages that record the purity, energy, and patriotism of their primitive slock. Among other interesting narratives in this work is the one recalling to our view the ancient State vf Fraukland, in which Sevier. Tipton, and others figured . This State had its rise, progress, and downfall, and is, we believe, the only instance in our history in which a secession from or ganized government has been not only talked about, but actually put into execu tion without producing anj very great in jury, or leaving any painful recollections behind. It certainly has been succeeded by no prejudices which weakeii the love which is tlue to our glorious Constitution and Union It appears from the documents unbodied in this work that it was on th shores of North Caiolina the first' Anglo-Saxon land ed iu 1584 ; that on her borders the first blood of the colonies was spilled by the royal iruops of England ; and that her chivalric sons at Mecklenburg, in May, 1775, first threw ofl the English yoke. The work is brought down to our own times, and will be a useful guide to those who wish to know the progress and re sources ot North Carolina, and places the public under many obligations to its most excellent ami amiable author, to whom we wish every success. Washington - Union. Telegraph Lines. About 25.000 miles of telegraph are now in operation in the United States, aud in another year there will probably be 40,000 miles. cau Ithty ftav u'cpshcirzrutnl : f - From .... . . ... -, ;-. i t i.tnuruuru iuu:.jarnionHt)s re-trsanizstiont l.f 1... ii....'-: . . rt. .v n f? v?Ci " ly&UodHKTttf "OuaANiZATiojir.; The , praiseworthy efforts of the Montgomery A'dverUser and Oawtte to' reurgjiiii the democratic party tit" . Alabalna,' ftivet . ' with "a hearty response from verarojy ; deimicratic papersl The Tallafilea' Wjal 7F ' tower, the Jacksonville RepuWiirfSlf" , the Sum South, have concurred in the i movement, by en pressing similar ' sentt uietfts.; We applaud .ie enterprise anil, shajl contribute ou,rtjM;ble efforts to 'pre- servta the nationality auiro-operHt ion of v-" Undemocratic party, 'mtf4e papers seeiu to -wjgard it - as Urn - duty! uf every good .'r democrat, under the circumstances, to ac cjuiesceHn the late itetisiod'of the people. We trust tins, patriotic spirit will be cher ished ami" inculcated by every tlemocrat in the State. If so the unfortunate collision-, which now divide and distract out ranks, and which we so much deplore, will soon be reconciled, and harmony, and concert restored. - A mot important Presidential flection 1 is ut Ifand, and it becomes us. to gii to work at once, iu an elfort to restore. our party to its ancient integrity." Wo earnestly hope, therefore, that our democratic friends will seethe importance of earl jatid efficient organization upon the vei?y -issues which have heretofore governed tjtipxparty. No new principle should be -Glided to the democratic creed, and no old one should be taken from it. There is no place where the necessity for edrty uihI vigorious" pre paraiion is greater than in this district and county. Let usjri to work. What say . you, fellow-demovfats ?' - These ufforts wilt doubtless be crvwjietl 'llu success, tr "StateSvi-i t with success. - The democracy of. tur his- - f -Tnrrergr- 'soon rrortrrtta4l NT embarrassments, with all its former strength and invincibility. In Mississippi.-the party made the con test, now just closed, purely as-ailemo cratic parly, ami upon democratic princi ples. -Though defeated by a small major!- ty, owiii to the treachery of a lew of its members, it is there fully orgaliad, and iu co-operation with the democrjffy uf t other States In Texas, Louisiana, Ar kansas and Florida, the bonds which bound the members together have, at' no tiitiu, been broken. Of course we need not say that our friends in North Carolina, Ten nessee, Kentucky and Virginia keep up in ! all its strength and compactness, their old organization. i'he question then remains with Georgia. W hat will the Union or ComnromUe Democrats' iu the State do ? WiMthev stand aloof ami keep up their connection with the w lugs, or will they again associate themselves with the great bodv ot tue demociatic party, and thus resume their connection with the democracy of the whole country ? This is a" question for their consideration ; and one, which, as the Presidential contest is so rapidly ap proaching, they must consider very soon. For our own part we are with the demo cracy, and lor its old fashioned republican principles. All who will join us iu sup port ef those principles we welcome into full fellowship iu the demccratic part v. We expect to support the democialic can didate for the Presidency, in 1852. as we did in 1848. We therefore go with thoe who are for sending delegates to the Balti more Convention, and if a fit man. are for sustaining its nominee. To those who think they can do better by standing aloof, or by sustaining Fillmore, Webster, Scott, or whatever may be the name of the whig nominee, we have nothing to say. Whig- J gery has no attractions for us, whether displayed under its old name ot federalism, or disguised uudi-r its new name ol Uni onism. Still, those who like it. are wel- . cooie to take it. We will not quarrel with them. In all human probability the democracy will be quite strong enough to elect its President next year, let our Con stitutional Union friends pursue what citprse they may. Even Georgia we be lieve, can be carried for him in spite of all tii it they can do to prevent it. At any late we are prepared to enter the contest for Buchanan and Douglass, or Dilla. against Webster. Fillmore, Clay, or Scott, which ever of the four may be the Con stitutional Union Whig candidate. There Is our gage, gentlemen, are you prepared to take it up ? Wet feet," said a physician of the old school, 'is one of the most effective agents death has in the field. It has peopled more graves than ail the engines of war. Those who neglect to keep their feet dry are suiciders-" A 'X"