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At the Meeting Home near Parker's, on Saturday the 23rd. inst., at which the opposing candidates for the Senate and Legislature are invi ted to attend. ir tu ..I. i.f, . illiag ufaW) laafi "iMg war H fa't.-' m 4M ttia rUrga allaga v I hirri II rrriil itri r-iiaif ifaitf Mm ha l.al i-arliiH i,tr mifa. nr lan rhafg-4 with, MmI fim iha a III '. ... .-I tulafffi WH.I.IAM III.M IJVMWAY Mi f..llw in iha haiaM t hi hfvthar ami Ji.arow In guili if h rlaraa. Wa will t'iriiw Ihiii ikIi a fall al Will fcnrira lli l.rraih Imrn tin "laaulifnl iraafi, " l.if al lt (want y ni.hu'.. 1 1 faril il HII aofnh many lr(rft In a dim tfiliiig t t i i ( iiilina, mrtrarl of Milling iwr Hi af tU ll a far air twar murruar, I .' "'" hf aaflaf H'ft'y f lay. ' Hall rom ftiilt. Tltr a ran fawnl a IMNJ a(i"r "A Man tmiralila mm win h a'irr fftpt. Tina 'll a lira I ft Mr. I tr kaaa I Wi ilmirrr irf Jiaftn t.Ma whrn Mr It7TIIOMAS H. WILLIAMS, the inde pendent Democratic candidate for Governor, will address his fellow-citizens at the follow ing times and places, to-wit: At Coflfeaville, on Monday 25th September, " Grenada " Tuesday 2Gth " " Carrollton, ' Wednesday 27th " " Middleton, " Thursday 28th " " Greensboro'" Friday 29th " CAMP-MEETING. A Camp-Meeting will commence ut Sweet Water, (formerly Bophumpa) on the 5th October. We publish this no tico at the request of the Preacher in charge of this Circuit. The communication of our correspondent, giving an account of the speeches of Messrs. Brown, Clayton and Williams, opposing can didates for Governor, will appear next week. rjCrOur friend, Col. John McCi.eli.an, has kn nl A1 ItJI ck l-nrii linn i 11 . 1 alltaafiativa . . , , . I ... . . t .. .a..UCu u., a .,u,,c.,u. .ainpio o. ; ach against them all, and induces him to cling Chewing Tobacco, as also an elegant and fine- to the repudiation flag. The communication ly flavored specimen of Cigars, which he will jn question follows: sell very low lor cash. All other articles in tha grocery and produce line may be found in j abundance, by calling at his stand, which is Will 'WPtf f1 1W84H i jlhmifi, t-H H whara thiy wa WafMlsf in eiwHM 1 1 "pp Himi la Ilia V&4 Hialr llanh. Wat ha imI, a iha llaiili r.iarMHi arrnynl gain! ti,- tml.ia l, .1 . I ( lay, m ii.Kirt af thr llank ' Ami I lir not Inllrrly dantfil Unit ha U rr rhang-d' '. r.mMtrnf I r'.nitnf " Miff to ftff iHilff ffmrihing fnt ilrnng I hi Ihr itthar harnl, if Uiry will al , mil la for llrirwn, thai llr-y ill Wr hrarl an li ,mg iMilri.nm fff 1 1 -miiiwm MM ii K irHNrat if MtMi.n. w.-rr- ymi nm m .i.oudy linml.tinl Hi llir MM rlr. lmn, by mm iivurii iotM and diagrarf ful apjirala fl rm innfr dmly frnm llir MtMaVM rart of lli Hlalr. Are uu airam I ImiiiliHggril lv Uftiban Pwtaf tM MeMMg Mf" of North ,nrn unl..i Inrj in mv -.I H'liiiiHiai' tin i! .Miii'pi, and who will I mart famtNtfl) ),, ., . , ...mm. . 1.1 irmln.-.l thim hnoarn a ihr prrHtitulr fn.m llir wMgrtavM ,,y ,). i9 ,,ry t.an flv (,,.,.,, to repudiation and ,or-o-foriiim, and who a ,j,M )Ir, (rmn p,p -make Ihrm brliava MifcrTurkrr in iha lai rlariMin un.l i.'- r,v. ,, ((lP ,((.(l(l Vf M nrr ejMg M IfN IMMI r l I,m ippmnlmenl ;. .! I - -I l!.r ll.-h Com t (f , h,hr. I.wnl and rirrora, whv their hf- of Krrunnnd Appeal a the prce tor hi volf, faHotN tffligfM are eoMemaMMdi Tin y will ha- again taken the Mump in favor of rr pudi- . cnHrnvof m incite every peraun who hefeM a . ... . ... it i ' ii.'.eml of imre, liaa minr, him er head and eara, where he will remain until nmtntl0 With mora live ly brain than himaalf, may haul him lorth by l,r r,;i, i.l the hi ,i I A NH VKT ANOTHKH. Ileniamifi Kennedy, the individual who rut iwh a lug awell ifnriri lin j davu' t'n- Cnion M ink mft.iiioti, imd who I' i of it l-xinlii'i lii.in. h, 1 1 rm rr. rived another hlow at the hamN of mump good homt deino t:rat, who ik-h in for the -.ttrn,- init nd of the allureing mm? of democracv. We IMd the crimmtmicatioti of tind good hone-t diTiiocrat in the Ortnada Herald, which is a.o a genu ine demoeralir. paper. Should Mr. Kennedy make n denial of evrr having advocated the "expediency" of a National Hank, we shall h ind him over to "Old Roan," and alter he i done with the gentleman, we shall tile a hill and demand, U a matter of right, that portion of him which will not have been entirely Med Up. The toast alluded to, as having been han ded in by Mr. Kennedy, wa. either rend by the President of the day or delivered by him self, at a Fourth of Julv dinner at Shonf:ilo. in the year 1837. At that time Mr. Kenne- ! ;hat lh lKnds L?houl' not ,iJ' The black' long as he could get a dollar, and then turned dy was laboring under mental derangement , brought about by a dreadful disease, called the oil HM Hrmorrury, tvery rriimb I he hrighi and eniN i .in mile v 1 1 lam. ntion. IMUMIt M I vr. y wil.l lenow, aim (l,,L(r , Vn)llU , )tty ,. w,, IM tTtr totl if we were to judge eaf hi. future m is by ibatf hy u dtprtdallofl, ngaint the Hank. Is it of the paM. we -hould certainly sot him down j no, f,ain nM ,(,, j,t ,p Rmoun, a ,ar as a dihonet man or a fool. After thcexpi- f Umon depreciates, it is so much ra,in ..f the Factitive appointment, this im- dpnr o borrower 8ttd of ffqtttl pudent and servil- tool f Tucker, had the;,,,,. t(1 lhf WlbhoWar. To iheae who have braian audacity loiakol the People acon-i swin(jr(i Mt of their ill by bank-bor-tinuance of the crumbs which had so freely I ro,erB. we nre no.v in..LB(,. pIlin, . anti-bond aspirant one ho is bitterly oppoa- fallen from the iovernor's tahle. lie based i i . I i on,.y nf'e OI lT"" uppwao ed lo ,ng lhe denr people and take our popularity of anti-brmdUm, and declared if word for t you will find that he borrowed elected, and this question should come before !,,.,,..,. ,i . . ' 1 mote money than anv bond-paver in the State the Court, he would dec.de, lor his own part anH u ... .'. , ., . - ..l u ''IIIH l tin; i ' 1 1 1 f l..,a .L...1 J 1 I J . en from the field arith Kara and hines. His dp, ifs anor .nr.M,tl nn. , u, " j e r Wiu ivusaimj IHViVU Union Bank fever, and perhaps it would be uc,eai wa "''?- w we Kr,ew ,ie ititutional establishment. The people are be- wrong for any one of his friend to show op-, would me: tnat " W not ,hal finning to open their eves, and from the dailv position to his election to the Senate, or talk moiX ir'famo -a horse-th.eves in , gIowing accounts we from different about the matter in any other way, as the idea the la"d mfht of ,neir nty, and ! parts of the W(J haye ol getting iliiUUUand being made an Officer 1 " - '-J"") I'- ces ,,at the robber-flag of repudiation is trail- oi a Ban, WOUW make most ol people have r " " rf" - -ling low in the dust. Disgrace and shame to hankering thoughts and visionary dreams in Sel of men' selected as jurors, declare that the polluted favor of all similar institutions. The inconsistent course of Mr. Kennedv is not known to half the voters of Carroll coun ty. It is an easy matter for every body to in form themselves of the course he pursued du ring his legislative term. It was certainlv any thing but that which would gain the favor and affectione of the people. During the flour ishing days of all the banks the days of bank rascality and bank robbery this gentleman was in the zenith of his glory. He was the "noblest banker of thern all." Now, behold my Lord, a "ci.arige has come o'er the spirit of his dream," and behold, after he finds the banks can render him no further assistance, a dreadful horror turns his once palatable stom- .'tr,n llmt ..-.nil I ..Mrti.,,-,, r.i they would decide the case a certain way, and i vh j t 1 that too without any knowledge of the . L "" J-W dence which would be adduced. of the Peo- ih. r.hni, d..,i. .u. .u.. .. ; l'le lf to release llimsc,f' father and brother ic uuni uay ai f , , ,)f nR IIIT'ni?Pn Avn r.r jiiaiiited with Ilia fact, that it m i offtif uhnr which prompt e prraj in the arena among andiilaifi, ail oui vni'-e against Ihrm, in I rr. , tHal ' tk kttifr fi H,r 4," The I'lemions ol the dilferentSii took pMei previous to the Pfri tion of Is 10, were any tlniij the Whig party. Imliiii.u, in tha cut prei isfiy tin- raper lie rut i till. Illl- noes noi ii ii . ,1 in the le:ist -ihey belirve MH majority by humlieds ol llmuvinii .n.pat.enllv panting lor the -omea believe in Henry Clay Aral and M unanimoue vote, will place hiatal I dentlal Chair, on lM4thof)Mi 'hi t . t 1 1 .1 J lie .National intelligencer, in IMOBj article on "Whig prospects," hull ing remarks, in which we entirelyi "For ourselves, we have not toll that the Whig party is at InUHMflM er than it was lour veins n 'o; imi;M because more united and eompacleil: ter prepared than ever it hai I j with its adversaries, because animal double motive of redressiM hi .urvi has iiself sustained, and accompli for the COUntrv. We look forward,! cheerful and abiding confidence for the Whigs in November, 184v feriorin brilliance and decisiveness which it won in November. I8 not now doubt, and we never have Jn this result." south of the public square. Pkttacocowa, Cahroll Co., Miss., 1st September, 1843. Mr. Editor Your "Abatuponbogue" cor respondent makes a heavy tilt at our Demo cratic brother, Kennedy, who is a candidate for the Senate. I was in doubt about the truth of his proposition to sell five millions more of Notice the Card of Messrs. Minfcr, Terry d Co., which appears in this day's paper. Two of the firm are gentlemen well known the Union Bank bonds, while a director of the to the citizens of North Mississippi, and we Lexington branch, until a neighbor of mine have but little doubt that their great populari- ' in,ormed me ,hat ne was a full-blooded United ty with the people, will ensure them, as well !S'a,ef Bat"k,ma(n in ;83?'d $al 'e Oliver- " -.v MV 'vui if si hum U 1 1 1 1 1 1 I III or 1838, favoring a United States Bank which toast was printed in the Carrollton paper, at the time. Now, if all this is true as much as I love Democracv and cherish a united spirit among us, I would prefer the most rankerous as the house with which they are connected, a goodly share of public patronage. We wish every body to read the letter of Jno. T. Leigh and others, a Committee ap pointed on behalf of a large and respectable ; whig in the county to such a man for any of- meeting lately convened in the town of Cof- uCe- The Democrats of this countv lovecon feeville, informing the Hon. B. F. Caruthers I ,0 well to be honey-fugled in this , , ,, i . i .l r . i iwaV- 1 ou are authorized to give up mv name, that he had been selected as the first cho.ee ; when tl,ese fiiCts are denied nd , jQ J M of his fellow-citizens of 1 aiobusha county, to up the proof. Lower vour diunilv a litilp. . - m o j become a candidate for Congress. The reply of hi fWMlor, to the letter of said Committee, is in unison with the feelings of all other pat riotic whig of North Mississippi, and wej would wiah to see It carrtutiy perusea. j Colonel, and let us hear your defence. OLD BOA N. On last week we stated that the Hon. B. F. Caruthers would not be a candidate for Con- Aberdeen, and they discussed the bond ques tion. V rom the reports we have seen, the Judge flayed this fellow most cruelly. Judge Gholson is a Democrat hut an honest man. He don't advocate the doctrines of modern democracy, that of public plunder and robbe ry by a State. We have had a conversation with a gentle man who is direct from the Chickasaw coun ties, and he assures us most solemnly that the contest lays between Thomas H. Williams, the independent democratic bond-paying candid ate for Governor, and George R. Clayton. Brown, the repudiating bank debtor, is not known in the contest at all. This proves that the democracy of Mississippi, are again to come forth cleansed and puried of the curses of anti bondism. We would not in the least sutler the pride we have for the success of the ' whig ticket wounded, should honest Thomas IL Williams be elected Governor of this State. Although it could not be expected that anv political measure, of a national tendency, would receive his support or consideration! yet he could openly and consistently proclaim to the world, that the freemen of Mississippi had given up their public plunder policy, and from that time forward were determined to act as become christians and honest men. The loco-foco party have shouted lustily in commemoration of a victory, which they sup posed had been achieved in "Old Kentuck." Poor ignorant devils from the utmost depth of our soul do we pity them. They know nothing and are skilled in nothing but hum bugs and deceptions orevarieatinna Th w . i . in-j a i r TY EIGHT THOUSAND DOLLARS, which they justly owe the Union Bank, is thought to be a guarantee that he loves the people, and is opposed to their being taxed, why then thev should vote for him. Keep it before the people, that A. G. Brown while a member of the Legislature, from Co piah county, (although SWORN to support the Constitution,) voted for the sale of the ve ry identical bonds which he says was uncon stitutionally disposed of. Keep it before the people, that while he was acting as Circuit Judge in one of the Southern Il A II oisiricis, an suits that were brought before him, where individuals were indebted to the Union Bank, he invariably decided that said institution could not collect its debts, and at the same time the Brown family were indebt ed the amount above stated. Would it not also be as well, to keep it be fore the people, that G. R. Clayton, bond-pay-mg candidate for Governor, never borrowed one dollar from aay bank in his life, nor has lie ever been connected with them in anv manner shape or form. On the other hand he is well known at home, as the sterling and hon est farmer Clayton. KeefPr't !efH,',e the VC0Pe tht te expres Hn ol G II Clayton, that "he would not ve to any bill the Legislature mb-hl pass" in fa vor of paying the bonSm th entire approbation of every true and honest heaited bond-payer of Mississippi-and the eat ol having the contents of one's PURSE 11 lhe CWord OhervM will only keep a eV mnn, cnnl, .... i . led up to the polls, by aspiring dema.o.ue, ! . ,h Zl X. ' t,lfi 'P i ..... . o ' "'iv. huim u. we Wi hn i.r.-.. .1 i.i- i iimuiviui and depos.te their votes as ignorant of conse- deed, and award to him illlM1i.ne nn ll I . - I " I , . I v IHIII in gress. Th.5 information was gained from a qoence, as the brute which is driven to the I tice to Mr Cla a di yton and hit friend ispos.tion to dojus- COMMI'.NICATFID. Messrs. Editors: I beg leave to make a few i . a d-...;.uinn cnndilia guru 10 me present uoui nnmg School at Shonffalo at this time immedi.itp nhartrn nnd siinerintendeni Huohbs & Lady. I attended not k an examination of the Students Female) of said Institution, andean! this rmlilie evnrpssion of the delight fication which I experienced in wit iirrtfi'ion'ir inn n IfoalaH hv the pup I I " I I i I V l I ' T IIJUUIIV.ui.vvi j . jgfj various studies. The rigid and examination of the students, wniu' .I,. r..,. i, i .. ill. iinnnr nnd credit tow ..v. I ...ill ..ill, iii'iiwi i also gave an earnest of the high qw . JB . . . ,. .L.. Toil-In! and industry of their wo. my C.i i i .1 npncnrroUSi ocnooi is migo auu piw-r j ........ minus, laaaji is situated at a most beautiful, healthy spot. The examination"" fed bv an aniw interesting debate between thesem r .i. aj-i- n ,(moi. The de spirited and logical, and evince nn,t the voting F j b:. ot snmet"1! engaged inn, pmo..sc . figure in a more prominent an" of hie. n.A But their advancement in learn m great rapidity with which tney i c.r.,1 :r ;d ihp result on 1 unui iiiii.iioaiii.il, ,i,.fl UL. :J : .4 .M-Hent T?'lllltn mi-, iiiuusiimus aim . , , :.: . i.:.,.t in .i ol tf'-'f I1UUUOIIS nut CUIIIUIllvu He who undertakes to train the? the way in which it sliouiu g . jm rnnonSu1e' J uoii, ai once, aeucui, .-r- t;j able. Whether we view Mr. , 3 in tue capacity oi mini . or as keeners 01 i lv M tninu, or as Keepeis v.i jurfUl village, I take the greaw" , ,a :.. ... .i sL-d and iiuuj one hand, and hospitality, nelgLlCoe4 teous bearing on t tie oim-'- , j : ru.i?.r nnd a liberal n UII.-U1 III IIICII KIIUI I.-., - from the public. sjl'