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which he ays hr could nut dV;rc a .vices of h.ipiiiW I think, if anybody P U OvfVrfl ifTiinl fnllrr response from Mr. Buchanan could do that, he might; but I um not' -L 11 v V-J A 1 U I U OlHllul. than he had received. It .Mr. Clay . gointMo tukv the witter a! all, and J ' wu himself 5ati?fi'df 1 tudc otiy nuui to tell me who shall complain now, when twrnty-fivc or thirty year have pawd by? Two year hr the oc currence, and after Mr, Bucrlmian h id pnokrn out publicly, Mr. Chv, pro claims to hi friend that it. ,wa all that he could desire or expect from him. Mr. President, I submit whether there can be any fiirnes. in pursuing Mr, Uuchatnn with thn charge. 1 have produced thi testimony, nt for the purpose of vindicating Mr. Burh onan I care nothing about tha' bti for the purpose of vindicating my.cll for the vote which I hhU k'iv? in No. .vember next. Unless my ir.hu! cUngo between this and that time, I !ulUu nuredly vote for him, wide?!' I b;il. b lievethat Mr. Fillmore, or .vumdody .ch-e, stands a betr - chance to drfr.it the Black Itepublicau party t'.vui h does. I mean to give Ihia evid m r nt . a vindication ol my vole. , ' 4 k r . r ... t. .. S .1 . . I t iUy irtenu jrom ivf u-ih-k m upcech I do not suppose thai he if. tended it lor me particularly, m t!; n are several of us in the tame ca; go ry: Beide. let me tell iliemihiti man who i torned down to the fioi hardly ever gets to the, head ntinin. When the estate comes to he divh.Yd under the statute of distribution, 1 endentand, these men not brh gd th hou?chold will come in as foreigner, aliens or bayard., in the i i roily. The will be treated as having worked U-r a time for wage, and when the Vtair comes to be distributed they will no gel a distributive bhare. Tiiy w'l have to watt for the second t:ibk l! the time they work too. This is a bad fix for any man to pel into. I know my friend did not men i insinuate that tho."C who nre gdn: foi Mr Buchanan, or might do m, wer doing it with 'he hope of reward, and forth mere sake ol the loaves and fishes. Never, sir. I assert now, tii.n 1 expect nothing from him, a mi I want nothing from him Bui is that the srr of doctrine to proclaim in il.is t-mi. trv? Are we a set ol Swis o!dicr fighting for pay? Is there no patriot V-rn in the land? lias it fled the. touu- Mr. Thompson, of Ky. 1 never fiought of the gentleman in that con want to illustrate my position bv an anecdote which my friend told. There was u Baptist preacher in South Car olini by the mine of Curtlin, an hon est good uimt; nod a gentleman, by the n an r. of Jack Craw lord, sought ad miVinn into the Church. You know the Bpiit Church is a real Demo cru'ic t'niiceri!; ihey. take a man jut as h i-, big or lilt and when Jack can.e up they ron-idcrrd his rirht, and the ,., man Ciirtliu voted against him lie would not take Jack at all, fir he wa a MfibJe fellou, but the church ovrrrnb'l him jnut as General Talors Cxhinet overruled him, a nd out voted him; nd tbrv divided t take J ick in. Ol course "the duty of jul min?cring baptism devolved up n the old rum Cartlin. Wiie n he wont o !;ptiz. him.be Miid to him, c,Jack I vo.ed against thing, but the Chorch l.ni oveinrej me, and it is my duly tt In. p .. ti'vlm 1 will tell you o x Md7m i s s. Til U USD AY, Sr.PT. 11,1856. FOR PRESIDENT, James B u c h a nlan, Of Pennsylvania. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, John 0. Brcckcnridgc, Of Kentucky. Democratic Elcclorial Ticket. FOR TIIR RTATR AT LAftOK. JOS. MATTHEWS, of Marshall. C. S. TARPLEY, of Hinds, , D I 8 T R I O T .R i ff0 V". it.1-.T F.CUSrfM , Father of hit Country to sanctify if, end the exclusion of Catholics from office. Jlenry Clay, the father and embodiment of the Whig party, in reference to Anti-Foreiguism, contend ed in a fpecch delivered before the American Colonization Society, in 1827 (hat 'There is a sort of instinctive feeling cf jealousy and distrust towards foreign ers which repe's and rejects them in all counti ies; and "this feeling is in propor tion to the degree of ignorance and bzr barism which prevails." This we think trjerably conclusive. Apart from special proof, we might assert in. general terms, without the fear of contradiction, that the Whig party have ever aided in denunciation of the odious Alien Laws of the elder Adams; and this being true, how can they now be said never to have oppos- lated his obligation in some of its fea tureswho has not acknowledged bis own membership, or the membership of another. Some indeed have viola ted it in every feature, and yet hold their good standing wiih the party; and with an, assurance which no hu man need envy, assist in the defatna lion of those who from honest impul ses have quit tha dirty concern, and de nounced and published an they were bound to do a conspiracy against their personal and political liberties. We have ever held and have prov ed by the best authority, both human and divine, that such an obligation can not be binding; yet at the same time, we hold it as a principle of morals, that if a man regard in his conscience that an assumed-obligation is binding upon him, although it may not really be so, he is none the less morally per jured if he violate i, laboring under such belief. But to return to Charlie - we are ed a pirty whose purpose is to be su- very far from congratulating him or Vrcede i) letislatian.ib Laws aliu.l- party on his retuTn. We inl"o. If en io. I t . ,. , , ,, Nothing party on the occasion; bur we . - j ; leave that to themse ves. to out ms ut.-. k. u u : w-.u ' . w :. ... r.. ... i i . . i Ut I Jv,xi ..n u ni,i ii. m.mi Vmj i.u.ii uisT.y-n. A1A rllf." M Lcwmten rot he o j pi !. mu he IittHlly con- Dst.4-WM. MSTELLM Hinds. iiiij.'ii ;i a ii wn : ,rii 10 in n, oe JJit, (j b i7. -d him. '?itH, uu scc,J'uk. you re bnp'.izet', and i! you can get religion, there ts no Mmirr n earlh tin; net:d f.- .r h'-r; a't. r " Great hurliWr J think "hit if 1 cm vole lor Mr. liueh -in h:, n 'body need far; Jr 1 believe I httVe licen. and amsMil A. tT.ii il ik W 1 . i ( 1 . I Iia vr. r 1 I .r.ii 1 ilin! 1 s,m n hier ne :!.:.n Nothing party met i.i thcsf highroad !i..m u!m would rhUle me fr the to ucces, in this and the oiler South- hps of Henry Clay, have never fought The rato Congress House of Representatives . 5-11. T. LiLLE'tT. tf Claiborne, acknowledges in a letter to Gardner popularity with the Democratic party ' r-. Jones, President of the University ol was never as gieat as his own aspira y&V " Notre Dame Du Lac, that he "never lions; and, for the future, it will be till ,TII . I ! T. .L ... I " . I. saw anything in the creed of the Cath- "oeauiuuuy lew. iy ine pany wmc olic which wa host.le to Republican- be denJouncr(1 a- a' greal uhumbug ism." And yet they tell us that Whigs from Ine hpginnins;'' and this alih(iui?h who hive always ndorscd every syl a declaration pf Know Nothingism, lablc and -sound which fell from the we see nothing from which to desert. Cares of Knew Nothirsism. The first obstacle which the Know cour.-e 1 h el ii my du'y to pur.n I em Sta'es, was from their wn mem- siginst the new parly! illea.i iMvo nrml'r,. v. Ieling bf. A certain class, finding that a chaiueVontaino io it .iii.; and. sh u!d us binr.erevr f ., ,. t , nariio ontaino . , ' . iii fraud had been practiced -pon their lirain be iMci-ii l liiehreez ', 1 fhill . . ' -V ... , ieain be niri"ii to thebreez, 1 oe f.nr.id standing beneatu i'. Dying Word3 of Noted Perrons, A Jer.t'i bed's a det.-et r of tlv? henrt. Here iried i s-, mi nl ion ilrop hr i nnk . Told Ye So. confidence, and that the new party ob- We learn from a citizen of Lifayette ligations come in collision with their Spring, tint on the occasion of the personal and political liberties, had I appointment of Hons. .1. Thompson the boldness and independence torend and L. Q. C. Lamar, !o address their the chains that bound them an.4 de- fellow-citlzens at that place, on Mon. 0M'.e, Civ nectton, though I had a private belief Mj,.; t)fji"ri mat tne prouigai son went nack oe cause hi father hd n fatted calf f IaOffhfer.T IJut it new ocrurrrd to my mind ts think any kind About my friend from for I did not think him ca - ir. governed by such-mot iv Mr. Jones, of Tenn. I hn that he thought particularly of me; but I wanted to give my friend nit up- Cardinal Bmrf-rt. portunity to put himself tiht before I ,.ive loved Gd, l'liio' ii' jrrnuaof. that undress of the ,i0nc-e the petty tyrants who would day last, that Hon. C. D. Fontaine, inlliet them. These were cillad 4,BoU who haonened on a visit to the - - i lers' a'nd were dealt wiih by the par- Springs, was called upon by the as ty which thev exposed, wiih piiy orl sembly to define his position. He re of feeling buf. tendrrne.fs. Tiiey for a spondeil in an out-and-ovler for Buch inotnenf forgol the dangers of-Popery anau and Breckinridge, against the and Foreigni-m, to defame lhecharae nominee of his party. "El tu Bride!" er of all sueli, to squeak the 4Rogucs But w ho expected it otherwise? A March" at his heels, by way of terror man who could desert the Democratic to anv who might conternprne follow, iiartv, and bill in with as arrant a i Finding, how. humbug as Know Nnthingim, simply ever, that their defamations had no ter-1 because it gave him the asuraucc (?) lie e jf n! nii'i np;areut nr? 1 ennie 'Head of the army. -Xopn'ron. 1 must 1 now. -Byron Main rs li tie bow ihe had lie h.' Sir Waller llahifh. 4,Kus me. Hirdy.' L.rd XJso.t. " 1)001 jjive up tfie hip.' Law rr nre "I'm "lut if 1 don't lirheve I'm tlv- in'. C:tinrrlir Thurlow. 4,N this our 11 lelitv VXcro. CI j-p my hand, my dear friend; 1 i,,g .uch examples ntid thus bo far from their turbulence being allayed by the adjournment of Congrass, we may expect it to be creased. N There can be but little doubt that there was, in their continued adhesion for a time to the Kansas restriction ap pended to the Army Bill, . an under standing between the Black Republi cans in the Houso of Representative and Gen. Lane in his. movements in Bausas. The introduction of the Kan sas restriction and the Hinultaneoui march of this officer into Kansas at the head of armed troops, were cer tainly suspicious movements certain, ly a covp d'etat to prevent any obsta cles being thrown in the way of Lane' forces thus? insuring them an easy time of it, in the accomplishment of their primary purpose, to root off, or run oil, while yet they reta-; a litilff brief authority, the proslavev men iuihat lerrjjorj 4 Nojjvr!siand ing their boldness and ing?nnnytTiej". have so far been defeated in sectional legislation by the united National De mocracy. Altogether the last session of Con gress has been the most ex'raordinary the most fruitful of the evidences of treason among its members, which oar country has ever witnessed. Ano'.her such, and we might soon expect lobe called to witness the holocaust of the Constitution and the Union. We haa an abiding confidence, however, thai the result of the Presidential canvas will be so crusniug to the spirit of fa niliei-m, that the next session will be marked by a moderation a peaceful ness in its councils, which will con trast widely with the late one. lCv. .). F. Cu-lnmn, Di-mocra-r. Liiectar lor ihi Di-orid returned ; ome a day or two vi oof having mft competitor Mr.'Nabis, at about s 7Ctl This body has at length adjourned, and the members are returning home. We might now paue to enquire, if it were worth the candle, what were the great measures of publir policy which have, for the last ten month", employ ed its deliberations? We know ol none really which should legitimately have coi.sumed more than one or two out of the ten months devoted to ihe late session. The last four or live months have been almost rxclu-ively ! all i tbeir niM n-i ol epiinir.rn-tu Col. Cushnvm will re-enter the can vass on Tuesday next, as wiil be seen Dayroles a chair.' Chester- rors for honest and indepene'ent men, lot ofiiee, might certainly be expected -Cliwl nrPo.rrn ,1,- v.r,nrnr' rr.. aun mat "omirwr .t'jikK iii.uieuuu i io return: ije. inoe-poweriui - rariy, mi: ot tliHt trn. . - " I boll i he hy nlaiei)'nvn :r next care I after : learning - hoTV. cleoilv Tenufsre. . Tlir'ariery rea'ses'to beat. Hal'e'A was, let line the ldteis i?ss,So give -old. Such a man, too, my again bf fbie of t- I -Ijet ttir-liirtu pn'rr.' CSttfthr. .,.i;..l.j.t L..r.-WtJta...- . U.-tMW.m A li inv psieiou for a moment oil . . .... . u i " A . t. .. 0,i tti vm nvi ,t, r' ri.l-., vr.nh.i'. remained with them. by clucking mo-? wi.h us, and mount the very next don- the country, because the idea here con liberty.' Madam de Saef. veyed is, that if we vote for Mr. Booh- Re .-e rion.' (Irofius. anin, we shall como in ut the second "In'o thy h inds, O L rd !' Ta table, andean never extiect to sit nt .... r c v-ft nrsi tao e. inow. my rienu irom Kentucky is an old-fashioned Whi- and a Clay Whig, as he announced to us; but I know he also decl ir. il h: ... . . l i. .... r i .:. i. i . ... . i i i . . . . .... ........... i.. .... iai.r r u iim i i j i. iiif-i. i.'jvkvw uir.iirT 44 ;nl I l there no hriJiin i U-al .7 aiiecuor;ir, hi:u t-m:uini:ii.i;t wvrr j i'"'j "-.v.. .v,..b, - I .. . . . ..I .1, ' them. Clucking ami gliermg their proviaeo an iiiuuceineui oi someuim my father, and brood about their wins,v peruad like "thirty pieces" be held out. ed ihem, and tried to prtsuade the We have a great curiosity to know nubiie. that their"' nartr was darlv how Charlie sets aside some of his own Kin ' ' ' -l ' I . . . , . . il ; . i ; . .1 . ri Ill's Mivall. verv small, indeed.' Rowing in purity riki popuiarny; ; anu reasoning uunug uie canvass oi iai clamping Ik r neck ) Anne Boleijn. J that 'or every deserter, tfcere were te:i year, lie acknowledged that he was "1 r rav you fee me .-afe up, and for good and true members like themselves a member of the "Order"' and took my coming lown let . me sliifi for my- Ujined. This system was persevered L-reat trains to prove the obligation in with a degree of countenance and binding. That obligation binds its assurance which, in viewof its known members to "vote for the nominee of frhudulence, was truly a-tonishing. the party." How can Charlie consis None but the "father of lies" himself tently with this obligation, and hi? " II.' (nscending the sca(Tid.) Sir lnicnuouio voir uic nnrm:.iu Mi nn, nioma store. He does not belong to them. He r- Don't let that awkward fqnad file pudiates any connection with them, over my rave.' Burns. except to vote for them. Will try .j j,HHil I were mjM-lf again.' friend tell roc what table he expects to Sir Wa'lrr Scott. it at? 1 le.-irn inv onl to God. nnd mv Mr. Thnrniwnn. of Kv. The fir.-t 1 .1 nw.ln..r i i mu ,,,, TAn,. I.e. r,4,K t- 'uu, 11 " " o.riuing cuarac.cr, now carry ... , ,v ... , x v..... . . ..vx.i. v j - i . ... , P .. . . ii . . I . . . . . . , . table all the time. Whenever Ken-(crnn. ' tne riuicuie oi an iniewigem "-n ou-ujeclareU intention ol votin-"-lor tJucli tut ky decides the question, there is !! is well. WaxhingUw. J side that party at the linvJiow over- anau and Breckinridge? Ah, but he Tf here 1 will be, ,.Int'eiicn!ence forever. Adams. whelmtnu the contemnt thich they will sav. have withdrawn from the ... Pm p i" . . I o - i --- - rf Mr. Jonrf,ot ienn. li you never Phis is the la?t ol earth. J. U. thm hrmv.hi rn lhm-el?PS. afier the ! nrrlpr ' IlavA von? Vnn panimt shrvv get to any uUe nnlil you get to the Adams. rwu of firsl ral ctatc dec. . he obi;atiml lhat you have .any 'lr'ii nnr vnn niii rxiivr- in i rii i i uun vnn in nn!nrturui iha irnoi w i w v .' - - - - ------ - - - 'ii m w j ' m uo.i i oiu iivi 1 1 1 1 1 u ( could surpass them in ibeir . dissem- own weighty argumrnts in proof of its blance. Bat if thi- condsict elicited binding character, now carry out his IlaDchter.l because they ted you u orifciide- of "overmnei.t lwiMithcm iheir creed at least, Uiey ay in mv carried out. 1 a.k uoihm-4 more. liar- iart of Tennessee, in their creed you rhon. 'I h ive endeavored to do my duly.- ihall not eat at nil unless yo' belong to the family, laughter, so you an- Taylor. bound to siarve. any wa: and I can bat starve if I go. Ltuhicr.) Now, Sit. President, 1 do not (o lcr any r.uch thine. As for the table I do not I'tiere is not a drop of blood on my hand.' Frtdtrkk V. of Denmark. 'You hi)ole of r frthmeni, my A'oeiia take my la.t note; ?iii down to ' m . I c&re a copper about it. i uo not a?k i,,v piano here, sing them widi tin nem 10 invnc me iu ir iai ri nun nymii 01 your siinieu inotner; lei ine jt M qnestionible w ith me w briber, it r onr-e more tl.o.e notes which have -o lonj bt en my tolacemenl and de they were to ask me, I would accept it, only on the score of pon:enrrr uVisplitllty. lam as independent o! he Democratic paly a they are ol 'me; and I reiterate i: fcgain, they owe me nothing, and they will owe me no thing after thi contest is over, I do not care whether they invite me to their rablt or not. Thank God, I have a tibleof mv own. I have the table off my country, and all ran feed at that nb'e food enough for every generous American heart- food enough for me, viod enough for all. As for you sec jlcnal party tables, if you think there M any nonor in rming at mem, mi ai hem. 1 chnope to sit at tne great m tional tiblf, and to do my duty to mv country a I understand, leaving jhe results to Heaven uncj tne country. I am remi i-iNid from .'its morning t.ie benefit of li will tl for the Senate, because t it l- a ministerial afjair; 1 have becu frc jjuently taunted ' the 'ast week by frienda saying,! hate Ward lhat Fa jber Cass is going to perform tha ser- Have they known iIim Charles 1 1 "Let ine die to the sounds of deiici- A ! int man can uo nothing 'easy. Franklin. I .! lifil uniir S7..tlf ilium' .1 0 . . . 1 I 1.. v .11 ii l rial I nnlnr r.l Inu ir I mill ni lirii I1HIV forborne to inform tl.cr public cl it, but it ? 1 i VAiAmmmwi a.i t rv t. naif iinnnn.Hnii ous uiu-e. Mira'jau. . cuo.oti.ucu uuo ium tv T ! i .-il tlii. I . . i i. t -.-.-..... I ar)or h.isnnima nl tii unprw?) ! These . n r. i i .. .... . ..... ..... -"MI. i O " v .---.. . - C. G. Alherton, i.f New Hampshire. Old-Line Whigs are frequently but "1 sail live. Uunvl cbt?r. An exchange which publishes the above, says that it memory runs fhort here, ami wishes tokuoH tf any of its c otemj oarie can add to the list. It seems orange that it did not think of 44Oh! I'm moM dead I'm most dead.' lion. Char let Sumner. lion was known? such power. The nature of your ob- At the present time, theircares seem ligation puts it beyond human power to originate in he circnolance thai lo absolve you. If it binds you for mot of the Old-Line Wbis of any one moment, it binds you lor life. prominence in the Union, aje rapidly There is no condition in that obliga- enrolling themselves withthe Democ- tion except, "never." ,4I will never racy, rather than with theitfw party, reveal," &c 'I will vole," Sec. 44So Such, of course, are dei unced as help me God." You have no right "humbug-from the bcginu,." 4Dem- whether the obligation be binding or aogues at be.-t." This c.u se of con not, if you think it so, to deviate in duet seems lo upmost supremely ridic- "onejot or tittle" not even toMrevea' uhius, and convicts the pJrt of a con- lne name of any person whom you oivar.ee ct lWiiflalLv, " c "'Clu. c devoted to tha' business which devol ves upon the masses.and not the mem bers of Congress President making. The Houe ol Representative! eo.n- nu'iiced its essioll in a con'est, whicii might rather be called a row, for Speak er," protracted over nine weeks; and during which time- weie witnesed inQreKridrcuIuus jsccoe, mre freancfu aLle dVcIaatToii&6'th'anTh"ave eve before been publicly indulged in lid.- tTfivnriirnnnt Imm tneh ti h'iiiiiinir ...... .... ......f just hucli a session as we have hul, might have been, and was everywhere anticipated. We need hardly retjiind unr readers that Abolitionism, through the timely assistance of Know Noili ingim, had for ihe first time in tle history of the government, gained an ascendency in the Representative Branch of our national legislature Until the birth o! this political ubor lion, Know Nothingistn, the fires of Abolitionism from a succession of de feats, had become nearly dormant, But immediately after jhe perform ance of a few legerdemanic tricks by the young "giant," his services were laid under contribution by ihe fanalio of the North; and straightway com menced the Mareh of Abolitionism and Know Nolhingism to the tune of "Come, haste to the wedding." Nearly the whole proceedings of the House, from the first day of its session lo its close, have through Northern Know Nothings and Abolitionists been one series of rows, broils, skir mishes, bullying, and braggadocio. It kept boiling perpetually a cauldron, from which were radiating in every direction over the land those noxious vapors, which poisoned the senses ol every one tvho would suffer himself to coie i'L,0' iih,.Xhgin;. luruiuif bv iht lit which we publish to-d-iv. Our devil n,iy, tim are all-fired tight ab-ut here, he only geis four orinks d iv. nnd lt-t a drao of milk. LKti A L A l) V K R V K M fcl NTS. THE STATFr OF MiSSlSSilUM, ? robaf r u- ri-: iai Ttiij 'l'rMarv K "r tuiuJ.Trf ami i:T ins.-. b;nMJ,Ro!p:. is.iumit'r.o atrd oriier pr.m'. hcvreHvi in tlu land-, tenemf,:s'; and heredita-lie-n'sof K.i.i-s J.xArujsiTutig, de fr .d: I.:i!iyett'? county, ur n. therfo. oji l!tt lid Mini iuv 'i - j I- 4 1 I Tt m U-l, ti.iMl HM'i thre io iitnuv. ?li, p.j. t.on of K. M. .Mtriit-ws, t; w.'-.jjaj. j- loioi .1., Syrnh J., :iil Kui:".!.t v J( lon, and .Suniii li. .Mat; !iv-, OJ li. M. Maft'neuti, for stti of th iblU.. .ng dccril'.'J iauds iyin:T. f iunieJ aif, Ueiu.sr in Iiafayrtte fountv, tn.v.t: V S. 1-2, St4 33. T7, R 4, w, about S20 Suutli I'.-nctiopal North 1 2 Sec T 7, IL i. ' 40 'Fractional C 1-2 Sec f-2. T 7. K. 4, w. 260 S W 1 I ?,l.,T 7. R , v, 160 includes your own name, otherwise the whole ihing, including your argu ments on this subject in the Guberna torial canvass, is a batch of the vilest humbuggery, and a prolanation of things which ' hould ever be, and arc by all conscientious and honorable men held sacred- No man of any in telligence can pa? any oilier construc tion than this upon the Know Nothing obligation, on the supposition that it is binding. How- ridiculous then the tears and ravings of K. Nothings over those who have bolted, while they themselves deviate from such portions, and hold o euch as they think proper the adhennff only to that part wtiicn I .. I nama anH UIIIU3 U1C lliniiuii iu ww nviu- Or" I r.e new,pap,r U u sermon for ' "c; """" "s Rrcrt , ,7 inee:rt and some of them even pretend tne tnough.lul,a libary for the poor 8u,e'.TU- we undjrstana ieau- aftJ exercis,e, !he jighl to and a blessing Ui everybody. If you Jg objects of ihefp3rty, they are an fur jejiom they please! -AVe venture the doubt it, subscribe for the-'Signai" one 1 extension of th prcgrnt Katuraliza- assertion that there is not a Know No- ft. .a r - m I ' - jcar, vy way o cjspenraeni. , GSidney Jmith ea, Jhe Anglo ndedof a story which mv Ottxou rair 7l, mlue lo' - wo purpo-!the Democratic naiiy.Tnw we ou,h Carolina told ,ni Tlm ' -ally deny. It uay;be true .anuiwii ten i now..., -- - , . ., W4. w.. , r.M'n-a nst ini.n iirifi n p in i It n U oi - i -"'o . . '""'O- - - - wc think . inadverteotly siigm2:ed as "traitors to their-party," rene-i Whigs,"- &c. This, itlwill jbc remem bered, is done ia face of their indig nant denial of Know,iNoJhingism be ing a Whig iriek." .Bui they tell us that VVhigs have never fought against the new parly,., as they have against em- that n Wll t hl."fw . j? -C na r- !r.nl...tx ..n r ntwn numn ' nl Vior iv I - -. . . . About S 0 acres. aul to -hov cause way a de-re ;orfa.' and division shjula.not hft niatie ;neoriling to the prayer of the petiiioxi-ers. . Witness the Hon. A, Petersoc L. S. Judge of the Probate court of ' said eomity, the third monday in Aug. 18.0G. and the seal of faid court. Issued the 20th davof A112:. 18-5G. L. D. MOORE, Cicrk. An?. 21-lw. TUB STATE Ol MISSISSIPPI. At Office Rules, 2d Monday of August A. D. 1856, Catharine Punier,) In the 7th Judicial t. No. 1027, vs - aion law which hai thetprroval of tha thing in the Union, who has 'cot tio-J ll! lent feelings of the human heart, light ing the torch of the incendiary, and unsheathing the sword of civil war. Nor can we even rejoice tha a legis lative assembly of euch a character has at last adjourned; unless we pos sessed some gurantee lhat the turbu lent spirit of its members would now for a time be at rest. But this we can not dare to hope. On the contrary, we apprehend an increase of the evil in fluence complained of, when each member ehall have reached his Dis trict, carrying to the very bosom of his constituents, the pestilential spirit which controlled him in Congress. Every stump where the fear of gvlla percha will not be fell, will from this time to the Presidential election be oc cupied by these spirits in the propaga tion cf: the seeds of necticnad clrife; District Chancrrv -conn, t me oiat ; UPON opening and reading complain- . . mi r ; . . j am s um vk uuinijjaiu -ttisraaiv ana it - . r . , . , appearing upon auc prcoi tuai me uereu- 1 .a dant joun rurner, was a non resment ot the State of Mississippi, and resides be yond the limits thereof, so that the ordi. nary process of this court- cannot be ex ecuted on him. It U therefore ordered that said defendant enter his appearance herein on or before the first day of IjCAl- LCI til. Vi iiiia wviutb tvr fc-'N AAVtuwu A the court house iu the town of Oxford, on ihe fourth Monday after the fourth Monday iu Sppterruer, 1856, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's said bill of complaint herein otherwise the several allegations thereof,. will betaken for confessed, set for hearing ex parte, and the matters thereof decided accord ingly. It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published ia the Weekly Oxford Signal, a weekly newspaper, pub lished once a week f r two mouths. Office Rules; 2d Monday Aug. 185$ J. A. HICKMAN, Clerk. , Belcher, Sol. Com. s August 14-2m. f ..v.- ' r "