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MR. FILLMORE AND THE FUGITIVE
It has been said that Mr. Fillmore re
luctantly affixed his Mirnaturc to tho Fugi
tive S'avc L-iw, nil that so violently op.
po.-e d w as l c to it, that he would never have
executed it. To show how ridiculous all
these eh.ii;:''! are, we have onl y to call Dem
ocrats them-H Ives t) the stand, and make!
them testify to the truth as it is.
On the 3.1 November, 1 ":, the Wah-j
inptoq correspondent of the Richmond 12n-
quirert uo Mr. Fillmore 'a virulent enemy,
Lut then hi extravagant culoiat, wrote as j
follows to that paper :
"A distinguished ecntleniaa from tlie;r
W est an ex ;c-natnr, called ou Mr. I'iU-1
more, nd, aftr exeliangiii:; the uu.il cour-1
tesies, was uked by the President how the
fugitive shue bill was received iu the 'e-t. j
The reply was that the law, although on-J
popular in his Mate, would doubtless be en
forced. Thi remark was playfully made'
that, as t lie President was sworn to pre-1
serve, protect and defend the constitution
t;d he (the tx-enattr) pre.-umed
Mr. Fillmore wouid execute the law. 'To
1 ME VKUV I.ETTCH, i it, was the instant re-
J 1 v of the President, ' Ti THB VEKV I.fcTTKK, j
Mf!. wltATrYKh MAT BK TIIK O.N.SEQUBNI. ES.'l
Th s replv was worthy tho palmiest day of
Old Hickory biiu-cif.''
The Washington I'nioii, then edited byi
Andrew Jjckoo Ib.h.-lson, copying this!
few days alter, added the foilowiug: j
"It jj'ves us pleasure to state another)
anecdote about the President, for which we ;
vouch, as we had it from two ejentlewen of
tho West, wiih whom the President bad juet j
been in conversation yesterday tuorniiij. !
1 hey were applying to l.'nn for the appoint
ment of a "o rit U n.wn as Attorney for the
United M ites ia one of the Weteru States.
After discusi-in.: ttie qualifications of the
candidate, ."iff. l'lUmore remarked that
there vi another innlijica'ton irhich he
COVSld',' 1 i,:i, sa'de. 11k SAID HE V AS
Ir.TF.RMILD TO EXE'lTK FAITHFULLY Til S
r mil i t .-la , '"' ttui.wt vi-ji-iini
no i,iiii J':cf vim ymzUt r cutlet upon
to'usitt ii tne mi' rut hi.-.! rulion of that law,
v ho vuf Id nut ;i .iy.v..'7 to oprrult in lis
"(Mi fi'irther nrca-'inri, we understand. :
frMn good authority, that the Pre M'hnt de
clared ' t'tui lite iuic sii iti.'u' Le r jrecutea tit
W" ifiz inl even at the riy'i d ' !.
' luii is the spirit nljt:e iu wu'vh the
Uoion enn be rre-erved.'' '
tn i.rn, tf ? .xroiitisn orsn ..
St aslilt.lCU. rcfcrri!. to these llM-iUcIiU,
tula ; ;
'Itserrn. then, th.it the infan.ou" law is'
m . Ttrr, . - y i - t .-- (
xt rut n.n.
A man's fit!, -,- tor ultee U to '
e juu ."
of ti.i.t ia. Iu
it- upera.JU'.atlt leal to secure the arref. s-
cf runawa v,
under a taw whu-a ljriii-iios,
and secures in uiuiiitv to kid--
rsnrtfr lh a.i nn rii-f r 1 1 !(ifi i ileteriittrieil tn
earrvit out, hVEN AT THE Rlsbl OF:
Cor. Fitt. mom's Kin.ni'!al Opehattovs.
The 'ahitir-ton Vnt'-n Las commenoedj
it.e pubiicatiou oi tiie nocjincnts caaea iar:
rv re-j,tio:i nt t!i niato.
('.!. Freunt.t' Ctiatcijl orera
: .n- iu t a:i-
fortiia. The f 'i,i"u ir, that tLt-ir puhiica. !
ti- n will develop ome tran-aetions of the!
.ol a-:jiiinl:i,i; character. It ins Leeu
a uia!:er ot vuin.r (ajs t lie l. nioi.) tjow
a voiiUL' artuT olli.er, with nr kuoan cr
i-iHe mem- cr reurr-. houi-i sud.lt-n'v
I e ttjabltd to e.-tjNlifh a lar-e niche ,'
t.'.ti with L- r i- of citt'e, Ac . and tt.rtr iu-
, . n
Ii.i'.atns i:L BKKF in unheard of
u .atui.-.-, i d t:.ns be tsiil led. in a fLort
true, to prefer a claim asM-.-t the en.rn-
u.ent amoui.tii.g to several hundred thou-
ands of dollars. E lually Purr.rl-iti" was
it that L o'uoul i have moriev with which to
-.ar-hase a fpanNL tl-im o slut'y odd
uijues cf land, of falu'iTjs vaiac. the very
J"cks an I s'ones of which, we are tuld, are
flitter'.n.' with go!d 1 So, a!o. wa- it imx-
pn'.-at i to r ti e u n . ti n i r e l . wtio are ii'nor
6 nt of the tu'itintr in wLith " cla!:.js" ag:.iu-t
he coven t.'ici t are toiuf-tittie cotten up,' TLe
hi, la a n-rnee cf fj.e or 'x ii,ontnf. a
i .... .. : I- r. i . ..i ...
. , . . , .
ti -s on account of
ic, ainojtitir,i to tri' re th
w juan. ir r.in. a ttu a nit p 3 ii v-
, i m .. . 1 ' ,
i:j;r docjtiieLt- nr :,i a l. i uhv oi.rii"!
the mvsiery. llor- s by the thousand cat-
t e a: the rate of a beef a dav for each soi-
rli-r, and " other things in prcportiou"
rath are th--e claim.. Dearly .ii, ii seems,
V " . . .. y '
T-ih-i It tV !,-c. if 1.1-rvirfi iv it.i in m.Mi .
i.,, .) i, ,. i . , ... , , i: i' t . x. i
-ut. J ji.n r y
. i, u . i - a r: IUI i irFI-
retn jtit .
g tUe .kill with wLi-l. tiiee claims are
potvo up. i.acke.l u;. by the certificate of
JJ-u:e'uat.t C' d'Ji.cl Fremont, uu i the jr-.-it
)(.3ue!iee I r.jil,t ta bear in I L t- i r fior, it
app-.-ar. tt.-it ou'y about il i ',0-..0, or about
me fjTrn, j-'i t o' e 1 1 h'i'e ummii t, were
J tm ueri'ifd trr l'owa:;ce and payment.'
1 'iiiii.' -o r 1 1 s HL'it lutii're t tius'ti.'t il;l
ftr j.'i '' ituvi tun,.;; nod unpaid, and which
we a- ii kuro will l.pur be paid until
J'd.-n f l .emuit u tie-.lfi J'ftudtnt." ,
J'tiiftciifi'i- O'ft'.iver. I
Cir I) For every ti.i'c that we leave the
rrfae-'i of the eanh the irinperat jre fails
let ii';i".'. At t;i: '.iK ij,..t- li-taoce
from the .o.e we jet behold the atluoa
pt.ere. thi enter, tr.e:l;, ept-akiu, into the
t-, 'ip M -; i.e. wl.o-e teiuprat'jre is --0
tleri es 1 e; j i-ro; an! litre eld reijn- in
al, it- power Some idea o: tbe intense eld
Il av bt 'or:i.- J I y fuii"' that toe t.-re-jte-t
C.il j' -erve l jo th f arel.c l'l.".;e i.1 Irom 40
to on u ."e. a In low l-.r j. At tLis teup-l'.
ttort i. rb '.iiC es hi cli.r. a solid a'jij.
''Mice hue enow. If touecpd it produces
; j-t the f ii. e . fl- ct o:, the ,k,rj a. a red-hot
i :' r : ,t t -it-u ra tlie Ir.jre-r l.e a burn
a:c:-l wr cr n.er. ury freezes 4'l dperees
l'il. i ii ; tb.it i', ti 'ii.rtes below the
tf.i-i. rat-jre at 1. ; :i the water freer --
'Inn s,ii tiierrury msy then be- treated a
oil.er no :a' - . I an, in i el into she eta or made
into .to'.'iir. ; .vh sr ooi,-. howeier, would
n.. !t in ;' i ti -:,;, It i prettf
crtaio t' -it e ery I j .1 I it,.J h we are
c( jst.iiti ( wni, . i .i b, cotne e' iid if e
'' -d lo H e e.,,,1 of t'h- te.ioi,, of spaee.
The C!.s w- li -hi ,ur -ti. t, v th uo.ld be-
t -...e 31 ; OH Ji,id le i'l re:
a-, a lock : pure s; mi, wl n ,ue hen-r
yel soliJ.U' d, weui-1 nfp. r l.ke a bloc of
tun patent cry t.ii ; liytro.-ti c'- w jo'd
bfcon.e n lite folio, and Km hi !? u,i ta! ;
j tb.iuli be- able to t T:i J-.jif-r in a Lttif
bt a if? of ivory; ate! the fra;-r:iiit
o : gj the flowers would have to become
lutlvfote ll.ey Meld perfume. These are
a few o! i!,e a-toiii-hiu ; -Sen of cold.
Iorft Carolina 2ctig.
To est. ay. September 9, I S5C.
A3IU.il C A N M) 3 1 1 X A T 1 () . .
MILLAR B HLMORE,
OF XE W-VOUK,
KOIt VICK IMIKSIDUXT,
AMERICAN ELECTORAL TICKET.
Fo Tilt TiT; IT LaaK. ,
L. R CAHMICI1AKL. of Wilkes,
JOHN W. CAMEIION, 6f Cumlcrland.
lfct District, F,f wi Tin iiii.trn, of Pt rlie.
.. J. arm:, nl lieauliirl.
O. P. M. an a, ui Ne w M .nnTer.
J". T. L.iUi'joliii, ot Granville.
A. J. Slri.mith, of ('hit)t.tln,
(irn. J M. Ltici', of DdViiaon,
A J. l)jrir.tu nf AiiK'-n.
Jnu. 1). Hvuian, of Buncombe.
EXTHAC IS FROM MR. BUCHANAN'S BPKEi IttS.
I'trmit me here, M r. '"hairinan, for a moim nt
In i.icik ufen a .uhj.rt, to which I have never
''.tore "W " thi. H.K.r. and to which. 1
trut, I miv i:t'Ttr avuin have urrMflinn to aevt-ri,
I .... .n I... .llhioit nl' .1 I ll V I 1 V V F. IT
in itc; A l.K KA 1 rui.ll II A I. A.N l A t.liCA I
1 THANK i;c Vi MY I.iVtiVas'
M' 'It A I. tVIl,.
Bi:r.N i AST IN A rT l K v IlKIU; I DtitS
NOT KXl-T. a a . . it AS UK F.N A
( I'kSK KNT.Mt KI I TON IS HY THAT N A -1
ION lllt ll MARKS IT A SI HJKl T OK UK.
l l.oAt II TO ol I! 1NST1 I I 'I IONS." Se
I.. nn.l . .it.ii ' fit.s.erut DetjUa, page
1-'.', v.. I. '., i.url -
41 In arrtviritj at ttie cone:ui.i.n in npp)rt thia
trt..tv, I hau In rnci.ui li r cijj our tfi leu oitticte.
ixtbit tiik at tsncx , euvnr. WIhIh
t ever hjc r u j j: i t , and ever ail m.iinlain
fuice iitnl 'igor, the cun.-t ittjttontl
ifi.U 4 ' l-e -ultifrii X -V t vr Utrir s.iivr pro.
p. ri , , yt fetl iUwe rryuunnf ly ary act ot
finf to ezitnn tim lmu$ of tut I'mon vrtr a nttc
1 i.iir'Aoninj lerrttury. A:tr in.turc rtItliont
n.raL. uf I.1MITIMJ not K.NLAliCI.N(.i llie ia-
it ti- t;i4i i ir -ii qiiiii.iui (ti I ' I - in it i ir i
niinit.i.t ct sLAVKHY.'
CrV Attcr.tion is called to tie advertise-
& See an article on first page from the
The Gr-t Vale of New Cotton raised in this !
eouuty was told to day at ll cenU
was purchased bv J. Y. Rryce and was rais-
eJ 0Q th
he plantation of Albert Wallace.
TLe quality was good.
Old Line Whirt.
TLe Old Line Whim's of this eountv is re-
, , , - , ,
...-v . -u. ,u. . Kf.,t j
Lig Conveutioa to aemble in Baltimore, I '
on the 17th of this month. Kvcry county
:.. .,. !.;...:. : ...j a. .t !
iu iuc .'iritii.L is iruarfiru ij uu lur Flu r.
Wbigs l.cir jourselve. as the time is bort. j
Mind, the couveution is to come off on the'
1 7 lh of Scpttnibcr
h Word to Jmrrirant !
following article from the Rs'eigL :
Hf-tUrr, has so much truth in it, that we :
cn; e'ptcul att.-tition t--) it. None can ue-
ny thai the American Tarty Las been in-
active in this section, and why? IJecau-e
linise to whom the r artv haa tifen in th
lo w"ou, l"e taT'i cs L,cen la lDe
1 1 . 1 1 i . i j .t 1 !
looking ti as leaders re themselves j
c'jA ''- I'ftltss. they are impre--ed with I
the belief that Mr i iilt-iore stands nochance,!
.'perhaps they are ready to act with the Uu-
cnauan party; they fold their arms in su
t"ii:cr! and inactivity. Uut is that the'
waJ fr "Jen t0 act 'n l''e present cri-is.
-Vo .' .No'.! -N'Oi:: Let us take the ad-j
wee of the I (?iitert and "buckle on our j
...u.JU, uv.y ui.rcu .gnu mine con- ,
S.et determir, -d to eoncj jer k.t fill iu the at-
tctupt.'' Head tne extract : '
. . .. .
J he Amer.can party of .North Caro.tna ,
has been inactive and uoubt.ng long enough,
and should at once go heartily and e-arne.-t- ,
ly to work. Our friends and brethren in ,
other ..tales are ga lantly and nobly bat;;
liing .or our principles., our can-iLlate, ami
our country. L very mail from the South
ui.oa cueuur.iuj; jiiu.-iiigehcf irnm teor-
gia, .iiaoiioa, .-iieaistppi, auo otuer ."iouIU-
r:: M.lo, The A hi'i ie an il.iitjtA I'an-
U. , . . i
idatea, a'il tne ortors and presses there, i
are doiug the-.r whole duty, regardless of.
the odd- ajramst them In the South the!
contest is waxiii.' warm, and we see indica-1
" U'A uo-y- bul """" the
.flatter sovereyMity views of Mr. lioeban-
o .1 "vhi fcui-ii wv.a, eoi'-iji aainel Jillll,
and that tie people, notwith-tandiu the
fear- and wishes ct "hky politic-inns," are
rallying around the Maniarl of Fiilui'.re.
In V irginia, Tennessee, and Ketitucky, our
friends are li.Ua.iiio powerful exertions to
f u.-h f orward the jtood cau-e, and are I at
tiin for it with ail the might aid energy
F.U.W. pro-p-ct. are hri-:..tr.ii.- every ' that on Sunday afternoon, the 3!ltb ult. V fe,! 'k'"2 ,UP "PI""
eiav In Mn--aeliu- tt-. we arp inld thai 1 . i. -i . ... .. rroni nil nuasters we learn th.'t lare;e and
t.ay. in .la achu-Us, we are told 14. w hen the Wilmington and Weldeu cars pas-1 t-nthusi-eetU- t,s meetin-M are takinJ" t,la-e
Iiliinoie has a plurality of votes, and that' ... , ,. ,; . , , r ininust.eii. nu-it meeuii;M are lkint' plase
it will increa-e i-on-tantly until the election.' iU"' 'Mlrl, the hnow was throughout tin leKth aud breadth of the
New Jersev i- e:oi.id.-red re 1 tail, for l.i.,. fa.uhL' quite as thickly as it ever fell in All tint we have now to do to win
wuii w hich tne v are enooweil. J11 the rsortii
and from all that we cau learn. New Vork those parts, duiin- winter. The people mu-t , ,r01" '""Cratic prap the Mate, cf Alaba
will certainly ta-t her vote for her f.vorit 1 liate lc,.n taken i.,t,r , .I,.,.,.,., n'a '" CnMFn of ",!"" ,'"
son. Ut us then no !on--er li-t. to the , " ; conservative men, who hate s.fiatUT s-.ver- ,
c. cave no notice of such a riheiiamerir.n. . ..ii.i.iv .... .....nr ..r .1 ;
. raward 11 t. e-a. ' that there- 1, 1.0 c ,a.,n f,.r
I.i. lertiot, " If w,. belie... that r,n,or
OUL-I.t to be tl.-cted, let us not permit our- '
to be j.je;!-.-.! out of vote-s. L t u, 1
bate from our pints everything like 1.-th-arjry,
bu'kie on our armour, and boldly
march filth to the conflict, wi'.h the utiul
ti rablc eieieruiiuatiori to cotlifjcr or fall iu
tue tu n.pt.
All that i. needed is " a nron
pu,l, a lung pull, and a pull altogether, ;
aud tU-ii over every oUucle Millard Fill-;
more will be drawn, amid the rejoicings of
the whole people, into the executive chair,
as the Chief Magistrate of the Union.
A Word to Soiithrrn Slcrchnnts.
We were shown a letter on yesterday from
a Philadelphia Correspondent of a house in
this place, a part of which surprised us very , Hi.-tory ; tho Weird Sisters ; an idle Hour ;
much. It is this : The house here had or- Indian Nations --war of 15') to Pi(id ; King
dered materials to be purchased for them by Lear ; for Kuti j Album ; Col. Tho. Leon
their agent, from a house with whom they arJ ; for Jjj Matties Album; the Last
had been trading; which was executed as Day of Sir Walter Scott ; KdiiorialTable.
supposed, upon the usual terms, 4 or C
months. On the next day, to the surprise
j of the agcut, ho received a message stating
that the head of the firm had "concluded
that it was not desirable to receive any
Southern paper owing to the political unit- : Chronicle "r of the times. The Edi
jltics between the North and the Soutli, . top Btutes tht ; 1;)3o Lo enrolled himself
Lut would sell for cash." The agent very ag s oung wMet uJ tht he
properly returned in reply, that "if these Lol(s ,0 doctri,ie u sv??0Tls uu.
were his feelings be would not buy from J chanan ,Bd ureckeur;dj,e for President and
him on any term whatever." We also uo-1 yjcc President.
derstand that another merchant who bad
purchased from another firm in Philadel
phia goods in ti is line, on going to New York
and seeing a card from them expressing sim
ilar feelings to the -above, he immediately
.at dowt, and wrote them word that they :
need not pack his goods for he would not
. , re I i r 3 . . 1
receive them. The houses referred to above
are D. Scull .v. Son and Morris L. Ilallowell.
Now, our opiuion has always been, that if
our merchants had declined purchasing their
goods at Philadelphia and New York and
ftopt at Raltimore, abolitionism would have
been nipped iu the bud. Affect a man's in
terest aud you will soon bring biui to terms.
Xr Buelmnan Trnisei Xt. Fillmore
It appears, from extracts from a speech
delivered by Mr. Buchanan in lsoi, while ;
canv,win5 tLe Stats of I'en ns yl v;. ui a in fa-
-.oret Ocu. 1'ierce, that he, like tne lem- ,
ocratic presses of that day, lauded Mr. fill- cnion was uliUsually arge, and tho display j
more very highly : Hear what he says : o( dre,sosli ornament, Ac. very rich and j
"To secure the vote of Penr.ylvsnia ' C0,lj. A correspoijleut of the l'cUTaburg '
was one of the main inducements for tht i , Uwm r . j
notnitiattoii ot Gen. Scott over the bead ot i I
Millard Fillmore. Is THERE ONE UN-1 ,llie 0'Ueii "bin. exhibited in the way!
PllE.IUPU'ED CITIZEN OF ANY PAR- of or"a"u,nt was a hia.l ures composed of '
TY IN THE UNITED STATES, WHi 1 601'1 Vece bo" -1'esi.e of a half eagle. U
CANLAYHISIIANDlTttNHisHEAKT!,11,J uot them lup, but thould think
AND DECLARE THAT HE BELIEVES 1 tljere wa 8t ,ei, "J'ldred dollar's worth i
GENERAL SCOTT WOULD MAKE AS I cl'fd tlle 'aoy' lr by fine'
GOOD AND AS SAFE A PRESIDENT I Sold clia"i?. aDj dantan.; arouud her neck ;
AS Mil. F1LLMOKE! No; Mlow citi- i ,,,d ear-- w" f'Jctlty a distingue,
.ii . .., ..,,., : : ; conceit, aud remmdei me of a man 1 once
, . . , .
cn'. " UI. coneur iu opu.iuu wiiu
Mr. Clay, that Fillmore had superior claims I
! and qualifications, to those of Scott lor the j
tiisbe-t civi attion. Availability, aud i-i
viilalility alone, produced the nuuiiuation
" He was anxious to secure the votes of
Freesoil Whies of the Seward school, iu the
"Mb FILLMORK.IIISCOMI'KTITOR. i
HAD SI'OKKN" OUT LIKE A MAN IN I
and it.fluetice cf
. . j
., , , !
" lint the orthcm rree-soilers had not'
. , ..
quite suftcieLt strength to secure Li nuiui- ;
n ,r i ,
nation. lo rendtr tins certain it wa-i ne-1
,. . -
' , ruv :
- outhern hig de epates. lo altaiii this!
7 i ' V. T , , "'"J
b UOi 0 'lr- Atebvt-
m m m. m.
" THIS PLKDHK, Wllinr, O.V ITS
FACK. WAS INTKNDKD KXCLI'SM'K-
j J.l run i.Ut.JU.MA K. ln l.S. -Mil. ,
I.KK, ir., all cf them Southern Whigs,
j proved sufficient to detach a small division
of the winL' of this party from Mr. li.lrnore.
r'd nil'.K LNj'ITNG WITH TIIK
" 1 , V ' . 'l VJ- ,., . V
ING JhN. Si O 1 1 ." ;
flnw Will Ppnntilvnni.i t.itf '
We have eiven it as our opinion that I
WM doubtful whether Mr. liucbanau will get
his own state. We still think so, aud we
kTe strengthened iu this by a calculation
-e bui ;aM American n, as follows:
In s,)-l, I'l'Iluck rrceived the Ameri-
cun anil U hip vutr ....
B'i-t riteiseii, irieluiiiiig all the fer-
eign vole ......
M ij'.rtty fur l"il!icl( . . . . 37,0i'7
Tn fl.A f.Miirir I IpAkiil I ! t n1atir.n Ta
fr,r,.; n vote ,u Le divided, which has hith-
erto gone solid for the Democratic party;
that vote is at least Bd.OOO in Pennsylvania,
the liaif of which w ill probably vote lor Mr.
Freni,Ilt . nof t.,ke :, 00o 0f the forei-n
jte fr0, Mr Ji.,,pr-. ,ote n4 it leaves
la , 37 00l) f(jf f ,uc,)alian , Mart ,it)i
jtupp0se be 3 mm of , old vo,e ,
- llicl -u.-J-r -oUs to Uiii JUH). ,
Xo :.,. ... Fri.,,lOII, one.fiflt, r,r l.i.n i
0; tt y;, , AlI1,riciin TOte ,it., '
fof jjf pjlj.jjjj
ail J the result would then
n in ii . na ii
No-, ir. the oiiWiion of a " Webster Whi.r.
; .k. l'i.;i..,l..t. 1.;. v.. .1.:. .':..!
. ... . u.l ..m 1 Jl 1. 1 ..cw.t, iuiq e ' I HI 1 Le n
too favorable to Mr. Huchanan for he be-'
lie vert, that Kr mont wiii vn more that. :)(,-,
i." I'cmocranc votes. 11 we allow l.i in
.'j'),000 Democratic votes, it will bring his
vote up to fl'1,0110, reduce Bicban-tn's to ;
lioooii, and leave Mr. Fillmore's 101,Ouo!
Snow In North fiirjlina. '
V.'e learn from the Wilmington Herald,
t'Utm tut Ofluhtr. .
Our table is again graced with Peterson j
This interesting peri. ..cal is always a wel-
come visitor. We commend this No. csi-c-
chilly to some of our bachelor friends.
ei',rranng is intended to represent their for-
lorn condition and it shows off the " oncou-
vc-k-iice of tingle life," t the letter.
FAVOR OF THE COMPROMISE, AND' 1',,uu ",en- UDi;r A,cuiou. were prepared J
II AD llll S 10E HIS DLIX 10 IMS ' " c ''lr"","'j
I COl.NTRV. He was, for this very reason,' uc a-ivuma w i.uuu
rejected by the Whig National Convention, ! or a'Uo
nrl C.er. , a .; ,. . I, 1 1. r.,- I , CT. 11 LIS, Sept. 5.
We have received the September No. of
this periodical. Wo give the table of con
tents : Documentary History of Wilming
ton; adventures of the last of the Abencer-
ages; tho Life of Homer; Child's History
0f 'orth Carolina ; tho Romance of Spanish
York District riiroiiiclc.
We have received the firtt No. of this
paper Edited by T. J. Kccles. Its appear
ance is neat and bids fair to be au interest-
Porter's Spirit of Ihf Times.
W. T. Porter, Esq. editor of tho N. Y.
Spirit of the Times, intends issuing early
in the Present mmtli weekly Hnortliw and
J, to he ca,,cJ u ParU.(
f jb( Tjmcs j
aize aud in every respect equal to tho N. Y.
Spirit of the Times, and w ill have the same
circle of correspondent, ke.
We have received the first No. Any one
desiring can ace it.
Ball t Newport, E. I.
A grand Ball was given at Newport, R.
I. on the evening of the S9th ult., which was
the winding Dp of the fa.-hionable seasou
lDere, and for cplendor and magnificence,
js sa;j to far surpass mytbing ever seen iu
this country. Tho altcndance of both la-
,)ies anj gentlemcn otn all parts of the
"w m.ew vneans fno was aJornea ail,
0Ter w ,h 0,d, c,0,us a" siz'i- liu t;'e 1
J""" "ul V" """
like an ludian I'riiicofs iu her Larharic or
namentf ; and surel the fashion Las econ
ctuj to rccootmeud i.
IMPORTANT FROM KANSAS.
I St. Louis. Sept. 4.
Kansas dates lo the 'J'Jlh ult. state that
, 3"'e ""s" Ussawattoui.e, on ;
the JUtb, betveen three hundred pro-;
slavery troops under ('apt. Reid, and about !
i- .l. ..L
t tie game nuniker of rreesoilers, under
i . - . a -.
lirown. 1 lie rieoilers were routed, wim
, f , , . , . , . , , ,
a oa of twenty kwled atid several wounded
T. . a.i.... . i i : .
ll M rcuurwu tuabiiu.u auu uis son were
killed, five pro-hliv-ry men were wounded
Gov. Geary had arrived t tSsawntlomu
aud would proce! iiniiiediat.lv to Kansas.:
InMructioos hive been tra'usmilted to
viyv. jcrj, ui .-vaiiHa1", auu ueu. cumii, i
i ' i t r . l i w ,
or a more emuiejt enlorccnietit ot the law.,'
nd the pnnnresMin cf iiirinir.t tre.iinn. !
Gov. Geary 1... al-o been instructed to
enroll the militii in Kansas, and furnish'
Gen. Smltb auchaid as is required to put ;
dvWD iusurreclioi. Gen. Smith has been
ordered to drawon the Governor fr miii- 1
tia. aud if tblt " "ot "''"t. draw on
,be Governor. Kentucky ayd Iilin
who have been fcrni.-hcd with reif'iisiii
from the I'residi tt for tno regimeuls of iu
fan try iu caae f fated.
Till pEMOCRtr!C 1AM- lw l'CNNfiVL-
vama. In the past forty -eight hours a
ari'e number of our citizens have returned
from a visit to the Kaiteru States, and bear'
concurrent and tverw helming testimony to;
the fact that their ii no i h ji.re u hutner for
Mr. Uu huttttn lu curry his oun Sintt of ,
1'eiimyivania ! A prominent democrat f;
this city one of the most active and valua-!
bie members of the Democratic party, and !
who has jut relumed from the . Kast, says j
that the Ueniifratic tarty vive up the
State, and ttut, from what he saw and
heard, he hai no hepe whatever that Mr.'
Buchanan eaQ carry Petin-j lvauia. !
Our readers will remark that we have!
lately publ slcd numerous extracts from i
KakUrD paprl thoiug the numerous and j
C0IWt,)ty increasing deletions Irom the !
D-morwlie wly iu Pe.,mvlv.ni. to the :
Fremont nartv. These defections have now
become so Urire and their ratio so em
stant;y increasing, that the Democratic party
in the State re completely panic stricken.
and the cool (nd dispassionate) members of
it admit tkutthe. Stale, is ir rel 'r ircady lM
to Mr. Itijrtukmn Ijniirtr Jmrtiul
H.1.M0RE s Alabama. The Fillmore
men of Alabama bad a grand masa meeting
at Salem on (he iilst ult, at which it is!
st itcd there svero five thousand persons
present, inclujing two thousand ladies, 'i he j
AluUituti Journal says ; j
Cheering Ridings continue to reach u,
daily of the ptv-peels of Mr. Fillmore's pop. :
"ll'l increa.o largely. The whole coun-j
n ue.i.v. . s-.-iiiii.i4i,i
con - . r v ati ve mm for I'resident and that
",an ' Mri Fillmore !
Make a KoTK Of IT. The Fillmore
Americans ofN'ew Vork, at the meeting of
me .7taiei e..e,,iiri uu ei .;i nes.i ay , arilitrr'
l. . v. . . - . . :i ... 1'. .1 .1 1 1.1-
t :l If... I I ...;.
..- . ,,,',;. ,,.e ..11.., L J n,...i .
111111 ami jxtmitveii, rejuxra 10 t.vj reMir-
.Sumner andthi Kunsnt uulrart limlun
From our Correspondent.
Charleston, Sept. 6, 1856.
Tho knowing ones aud party leaders are
in a greut stew just at this time, and politi
cal ingenuity is put upon the rack to find
an available successor to our present active
aud reliable representative in Congress.
The Charleston pnpers will show tho names
of the numerous host w ho are put forward
by their fiicuds, as possessing talent, worth
aud reliability sufficient to entitle them to
represent the free aud independent voters of
, . , ,! . . , . .
the second ongresstonal d.stnct. Aud eve-
,l..i t..!iin nut n nnW Ml fll" ( U' i 1 ll 1 1 rt
ry day bring out a new one or two, while
the friends of each are sanguine of success.
Col. Jno. Cuuuiugham, of the Evctiiiig News,
is a prominent eaudidate, aud, I think, stands
a very good chance tf being elected. His
talent aud political experience, as well as
his independent, bold aud fearless disposi
tion, mark him as the man for the crises,
and eminently qualify him to represent the
interests and principles of the constituency
of the second congressional district.
We waut men who are uot only well qual
ified, but who are able and willing to bear
aloof the standard of the South, iu face of
the prevailing tide of anarchy and fanaticism
that Is upon an from ths Northuru hordes of
Abolitionists, Rlaek Republicans and Free
Soilers. We want ninn at the helm that
can guide the ship of State, and battle fear-
lessly with the galhoriug storm. Tho exi-
gencies of the times call for men of tried
. , , .... , ,
and approved courage and ability, who have
won their spurs, and wear the scars of lion-
orable combat. Such a iuiu is Col. John
Cunniugham, aud Charleston district could
. e i m , . i; i, .
not find an abler, truer or more reliable ex-
poueut of her priuciple aud interests iu the
present perilous and critical condition ol llie
The yellow fever has increased a little
since I wrote tcu last, bt it is still not cou-
M.lered epidemic. JUere nas Decn seven
i .1 . j .1 i . , i .!. 1 wen wi icu iToiruues ou iroru ine lorrpari
deaths rt" ported in the la-t two davs with- , , ,' . , , .. ,
... .to! (lie luck, unecilv upon tue clun. 1 lie
out, bow ever, a correspond increase in
the number of uew ca.ies. Verj little alarm
CJt.fl.l IU I11C V'WJ IUU ( 19 tiUIIUUVIItl K
ptctoJ to die out iu a few weeki. Tho dis
. . . , ,
t.- .. ... i ; : A..i;,i...,ii.
-t,nA it,...,, ; t,f.
tukea it, lut there w very little fear of the
eitensve nud fatal consequcticea that mark-
A rh nmrrr,., tl. iprntr in 1 f, 1 T
, : c , .
an. glad to see many country merchants in
the city laying in their stoek of fall goods,
who Lave had couraire aud nerve euouh
not to be frightened away by the many f-Ue
, , . . V . ,
and eia'-eratcd rumors that oave been set
afloat by wicked and desi-uing men for the
purpose of injuring the trade of Charleston,
Willi the vaiu nope of forwarding, thereby, "'" ""t'""i aucr oeiujr suduiii-
.1 . . i r 'he inspection of maov learned cili-
thc interest and commercial pro.-pects of, , ., ,' , . .
' 1 .tens of the Uracltli.-h prauaaion, it was
some nva city. i doevphered to bear the name tirenada,"
A handsome, well dressed, midd,e aged while the date runs back some three huu-
wotuan was arraigned before the Mayor's
;our, yeaterda, morning cn the charge
iting several piMo! sbou at another woman
i hoiu she considered to be a rival of hers.
1 he woman at whom she shot, was also
brought into c?rjrt as a witness, aud the scene
was fearfully interesting when the t o met
face to face at the Mayor's de.k. Their
flashing eyes met iu oae burning ghue, and ,
they stood for a moment surveying each oth-
er with all the affection and tenderness of ,
1 'l-i . . t . . e e
eurageu liters, i ne snois were nreu iruiu ;
the wiudow of her carriage as she pasted
the residence of her rival. It was strictly
and emphatically an affair of tLe heart, and
the gay Lothario whom they " loved not
i.-ely but too well " was tin Lone of conten
tion between the t . It was one of those
romances of real life, that very seldom oc
curs in our quiet and orderly community.
None of the shots took effect, and the fair
heroine is yet innocent of tho blood of her
rival. I saw the pistol that was used ; it is
a beautiful, delicate little d juble barrelled
weapon, and looked avs if it were made for
tho tender touch of a lady's unloved hand.
She seemed very much affected, and stated
that she had been driven to this dep-rate
alternative by repeated wrong and iusult.
ti. , , , , . r it i
1 he wcatr.er has been beautifully clear
and comfortably cool since the Storm, of
which I e vou had a taste in Charlotte.-
l h'! night and mornings have been almost
chilly, and heavy clot!.:-? has been comfort-
,. rr,. . .. . , , ,
allc. J his is said to have hten the coolest
Au gut that has been known sinco 11". It
. , ,.
his certainly been a most extraordinary sea-j
"OU in Charleston, and one which it bothers
thc oldest inhabitant to find a parallel.
The present ttiTpcrstore would do crrdit to J
the middla of (Ictoher: the mus'iuilocs and
other summer irwects have already com-
incnced leavinir and there seems to be a ien-
1:1.1 uukiii up, iu liuiu ine auiuiiti au.j veg
etablo kingdoms, for winter .piarters. There
is plenty of time yet fjr four weeks of hot
weather aud will be a most extraordinary
occurrence if we do uot have it. I cannot
fill my sheet this time, but w il! close, and
promise you something ftm tling in my next.
IIcciianan SivkIso I'aht. The Nash-1
ville (Tennessee) lianner, Hon. Allen A. j
Hall editor, speaks thus :
ln our thirty yearn editorial experience, '
we can with truth say we n? tit saw the
leaders and orgsns of any p:.rly in as hor-
riblo a fix as are the leaders and organs of,
the I'emocratic party in Tcnnr"-ee at this '
present writing. HitjUin-r. fat sinkine;, un- j
der the unbearable weight of Mr. ihiehauaii,
the way they squat, Kjuirm, wriio(!l ami '
twi.-,t, and catch at .Straus, in a ' caution.'' '
fT Mr. Kreckenridg", the Democratic
nomineo for the Vice I'residency of the
l;nited States, is making political Hpeechcs,
or iu olher words, "stumpirii it'' in Ohio
111- 11 11 ii- . i-
and Indiana, lie addressed hie. party triends ,
s.t 1 . : .1 . . .. . . .
111 ijiiiriiiiiuii uu .'luntjay nielli, rn route tor
MM.nlar purpose iu Io'luiia. Mm ctive
participation in the canvass is iu very bad I
lute. 1 'CLeit'jurgti intelligencer.
Sudden Death. Yesterday afternoon,
James II. Weskley, Esq., of Florence, Ala.,
arrived here by the Manchester train, ac
companied by his wife and niece, and put
up at the Carolina Hotel, intending to leave
in the morning's train north for sonfc of the
Virginia springs. A little before eight
o'clock last evening he left his room, and
in a few minutes, say twenty or twe nty-fivc,
the melancholy intelligence of bis death was
brought to b's family, he having been found
where be had falleu and expired, or perhaps
expired and then fell. He evidently passed
away without a uruggie. iiiscnso oi me
I J'"" j" bHcd to have been the cause of
his sudden death. Mr. V eakley, wo under-
of , 0live of
. ! L t 1
Halifax county, Virginia, but raised in
Tennessee. Wilmington .A. C. Journal.
New Material for Pateii. The Cleve
land (Ohio) I'tuiiideaer says: Tho Planet
brought down from Lake Superior a thou
sand pounds of moss for Dr. Terby, of De
troit, who has been making experiments up
on it in the manufacture of paper. The
Dr. says that moss makes a beautiful white
paper, without any preparation of the raw
material for the common paper mills. In
all respects it is equal to linen rags, and
can be found in unlimited quantities ou Isle
Uoyale and several other localities iu the
vicinity, at a very small comparative cost.
nAVY Floods in the Cape Fear. A
letter received by a merchant of this place,
bearing data Sept. 1st, says that Haywood,
Chatham count?, was. at the time of writiri?.
surrounded by water. The bridge over the
j Deep River at Lockvillo bad been swept
'"JS of the bridge at Haywood
broken by dnftweod. G rest fears were en-
tcrUilCin regarj lh, corn cfop) ,
0iij good corn in that viciuity is on the
low grounds, and they are flooded. The
j ""er was higher than it had ever been
; known, and was still riaini. We have heard
t , . ' , , , , .
I nothing from the works of the Navigation
, Company . jriwi'fuii X C. Journal.
Strange If Tbl'E. A remarkable phe
nomenon, says au exchange, exiias among
1 the women of ChciiandaL'a. Nicaragua. Al-
...... r.C,. .... .. . . I... . I
yyj u.... JUU ''
a i(S( ,f j, ll0t paillfu,t tl)()ug, it prMent.
i a mot unscemlv iht lo the eve, and Bug-
i.iuyia an..iv nf tnfl,.nii.M.d i. ......
1 k " -wia-i ivuiviiuiip am - iu iuv . UV
w'i'c J produced auch a didiur4iioii of
the human lorui. The HOUivU Uaf it an a
a varieiv oi reDectiouii as to tue causa , r,,i(
nhieh lias produced aucli a difijurtlioti of) I'm
the human forui. The koiiimi Lear it as a 'P'1"1
joke, aud reKard it as an afiliction of I'rov-'
idetice for their tranL'resions. Medical!
men are unable to account for tht singular
freak of nature, aud a.vtio many grate and j
plauaibie rfton. for thii peculiar courd-f
like formatiou in that locality. It is not
eoullI1 , ,u olher portjoo f ,he couutry.
. A "'DlRilL Rtir.-Ii is tared that,
in cuttmg Ihroub Oliver treet, for the
.,,,. , J ... . "J. ' ,
purpoae of extending Ibo Uowery, a tomb-
Mone was exhumed and a perfect .kull!
fuuud beneath it The ineriplion was in '
dred and ninety nine year., which was be-
' flf .WiIIme'iC" k' C'ol b"
Par A private litter received in N. 1 ork, j i-'it n.tt, riil...nt rrarrtr. I -ill aril Ml
from a gentleman who i a member of tke "'' " ' M N iM ',,,OIs "f
r.l.f.,-,,,. r ..... -.,.;...
fc fuiIoB:ni?f .. , lha . ;,Mlu.r. I :
have no doubt you will receive the news of
the dUbanding cf the general body of the
Committee of Vigilance, to be called to
" d"" " '"" "J """ ' ut
1.... . :. I l .: '. i.
DSMRAHMI MaM8 When Georire III
.ii,! , ,
was told that W olfe was rpnte onfit to com -
uiand an 1 was iu faet, a madman, the iiion-
arch replied, Mad mad ! taad I Wolfo
, , .... , , ,
road. Wish bed bite some of the other
s. A. Sprincw'w Srhool
i V c"n""rBr " M "nd" '. the liih
w w intnitt. fuilion Irom la tS UolUra.
s ;,t. u, l-.'.4.
! important i.HHltiJ Salf.
' 19 o,.lr, nf ruri. o.. M..d.y. ih. 27th nf
mtf ) li.lr Meal, Ih iiij .M mUaj ul llir l oiinly
Cuort, I will oHir at I'ublic Sale, th folioomg
! VA Ll' A IILK PltOI'KK TV,
fruien ouci ly Alnanu.r 8Pnr,j. u.c'u.
t,,e undivided half of a Irart of J,aud conUin.
.,,, ,, , , '
liig I IOU arrea, in (4l'iii vu.iila, nn llie anulli
le . ut t ! ha l(irr, slid knon aa the Spring.
1 '?.'",jI- J""."'"! ''u "'- "J
j lldiiaa ari4i ouitra.
; ai.su I
' Thrr-.f..tirtl.t of . trei, in .aid rnunty, cn.
l.i i -r.g :t( aerra, j.ninif; tin l,.nil. i,l
Arm. in.., t., ili l.i. s., i .i,iw.-li .nd ..tif.,,,n
"ul1' f"r" t'iJia Kier, ns k.owo '
aa the (Juarltr I'lacr. I
j One undivided hall ut a am , 11 traet of 10 acre.
i " "'J f , U",,,"
' lolftinr; Juuatllan Hliiliu anil utliea.
' ,nf, '"""Ht '-' in the .r ( harh.tte,
via: I u l.ela on the S..11U1 .Kie of ( ulli-Ke.aTiei,
; and known on the- ,..,t ,,f ,.l i.,. ,y .Sea iX,
! " "' i"-"" ' i-oia on .mhi
. Street I. ti I. u V 1'.,; I'-i ... V
hi. Five (vurea ol I.n. , ,. iwn h.,,,11,
the K. I,. liiuol, and known by Nna. 4t, 47, 7,
Bl and ' ' t
U.i-n, jnimng l.in.y Suiiii, lian.e! A-bufy and
the K. K. l,JUd..
ie undivmed h.ili'of the Hol'SK and
Trynn.at., knnern aa llie ( . !(
inrnl 1,1 1, mi aenl aliuet, kiiuwo aa the Mania
1 It. ri It.,,,.,.. '
I 'I'tawa. rin month's credit, with intereat frniii
) 14 !e,
j IW ). Ii M;nLAI',c:.m e.
j Srplrmlur h, l.ifi. i3i I ra. l,e$IJ
I N. It. At the ,-ime time anj jilace, otuer V.tua.
b'e l.miila will l aohl.
I I). II. I).
V nl liable Land
4 H r..eul.ir ..f lil, ninth l mvM, ,lecM., I
tlL will aril In the hiheal ,i,,,r, , Uk j ,,,,
ll..n.e in I lnrli.lle, ,, -'i ,,;, y t. Op, i, f
loleer H.-.I. being Tu.-ada, of t ourt, the) valuable
and well known
where ..,) .leeM., ni.d, fi mile. Kj.ti.fCharlollr
. ,1 s - ".i. 1 -ii me rruiiae. i a cue. I
dwell,,, t I,,,,,,,. nj ,n 0l buil.lun,. u ,. .1..
... i . K
... I' : liar.,.,. I III 11. i,,e.,...a I
. ..... . ...
. ' ,l,,,nlh" w,IM,r ,T' n-bT ur
WM. il. CAMHiF.LL. lU r.
1 A'.jic. 9, Ifctii. t.
FISK'S PATENT 3IP.TALLlr
fllllE suliaeriber infurina the riiun, r ,.,
JL lolte and the public irencriill v, r,,ulw !''
ju.l received a iiily of Fiak'a Ilurial f,
which h oflera to tlio nclilic.
COFFINS either nf M iliogany, Walnut or oUi
wood, aa may be ikaired. cr
All kind, of FCWMTCUEnn hand
made to order al the aliorteat notice J, j
niuai ruaaunanie raiua.
J. M. SAXbKrN
Seyl 9, IP.06. l8,f '
(GT$4,000 IN PREiaiUIIIS.
ANAU A Ii FA in
The Month Curoliim Male Afiricul,
I lira I ho, i, i j ,
TO IK IULD AT
COLI MIIIIA, KOtTII-i'AICOUX.i.
NOV. II. 19, 13 AND U.
f 1 1 II E eittitmivc g round anil ItttlU f elitLitM T1
M. will be in cuiii)li lo rvciinc lor Hie occ4,
inn. HhuuIU the c titer bs UhjiruDihbua
lUlli will iirltr
KIUIIT THOlJiANU riuU.SO.N9.
The Ajjncult un-l-, M itiufucturrn and Mrrhi.
inci of llie Stiuthcrn Slutm are inviUd to tui
forward alt articlra of Arirulltiral amJ .Menhsn.
icjI interrat, to comprtr lur tli variuua aiJ tiUa,
aivt: lipt ot rreniiunia oniTfd,
The )'uim!fgil and rlornt muni preterit Iff
Fru'na and Ftwi-r vf the Buutli, w-ll th
irodur(a of tlti ir g rdt ni.
Tlta Liiiit are cwiciully invited to pxhilit
(free of chrEd H ciinrua of II'iU-hiiM In jm,(rr
lite u hata ntitf I mm well aa Uiti d litatc LUun 'ui
Tho Patntrra and Sru.ptura of the Rnuth riimt
adorn our balla with tho ruductiuua of t:w,r
y.wty thing worthy of a premium in the w
rnjjc of the ituluf rioua and -1 ul am tiyj
be brought forward. A Slc-.m Mngutt aiut r-rt.
aury Shafting, tor all aorta nf M-iclini.-r j, L4
ertfctrd. Ample covered atulla ir Sii'kofi.j
kind-, and tiirage arrai'grnieiiU, will bt- pTut,u,
All the Iii-rnaOa in the State will trrtfrt f .
nlra and stock fur nhibitiun, with the nrct
atUndenta on the UtUr, at the owneTa ruk, f;r
Viaitora to t' e Kwir will be charged but uitc Urt
going and rehirtnitg.
All a'liill p-icangri of vilue ahouM be irt ,prf.
piid, by Aiiimi St t'o'a Kiproa, aa ihia ou u m.
aur tlM-r Mlely.
A:, ,., f.,r . i.i i,.,,. mil ln c,
'p i f I
tit r, hou!d be directed to A. ti. tStiritinrr
Slate AgriruUfirst Sc.ely, I uluiodi. S. 01t
the owner a nnoe pUmlf m iro toi tt n
he Anno! Adt.'rraa will Ih tit irtri, r.f,
llVlWIhlV I . a t 1 , am llilll L' I 1 VI t v i , V ' r
1 .. . . ' ' '
( f H g ttt) r g , SS, I .
j Coiuiort-bie hotel iprnnimdnin-, w tt
' P'i'' ci'' rtammri t, t tf turmahed X rcaai La.
"" "il '" "I' c'""
A. I. CAMIOI'N, President,
E. (J. r.VI.MKK,
A. 0 SIMM Kit.
(). M. DANTZLER,
H J. ;A(iE,
JAS. U. ADAMS,
" "iWKVn n.
'VT a!i-r-va XT5
-aw- 5sta 7i ivVI j'i
mam Wtk 1 1 l II
".L, ,.. '
ClIllliT llll ill LOS i
Wtl.l. OKFTH MY MIIof.K M'tHK
TA Si V auU hTAI'I.K
Hon rs sum s
CLUTII I MS, C UN S, G I. A 53 W. RE
C'M.AKS A- IIOCKIt I f-.S,
Kr york c, fif CAS un(il )( n( (K
It.. M wiiis I
in. iifiin iiiiii.f trn iiKwt'i bi-ur'-i ii i
arc ail fr'ali and li airai, r.
CAM! Bl'V HHS Dould wll tu wi'""
F. V. AllUIiS.
All ini,-htH mW u) cim attle at once.
.d. 3, Isii6. O!
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I'l'IIK next sea-ion of thia Institution '";
1 oa.mnce the first day of Ortuhrr en,
j uni1!'! the C.re of K. . r an ins, aa pr.iic
N .f.n, fr ( liw.ca, r.f-)
f.nrliah I!U . .
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l,i rune rtMitarp per mn'h,
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' Iieninrrat e-py 4 wctka and forward aceouM '
ratuable i,.1.M and .7IILI.S
ron s vi.i:.
ON t'n.Sllh day nf ) :i.ber nIt, on 111' r''
no -a of the pri,rrfy ni n aa rtl-r
Mill', there we'l hr anM at futiiiC A U' 1- . '
toi.uwinf lrorty, t n ;
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Tvo Wufgotn, A Stnrk vf CATTU.
a.ltonjr thi m gnml .Vtile-h Cn...
I'tirming TiyJ, l't'tert Jmisi iV i
1 The aU.se pmur.ty w.ll be .old nn a ttcl.t-
..rm. made m.w.i nn ll.e day nf ...le.
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I There will be ael.l al the aame tun', it it ; '
vion.ly aol.1, tl real r.t.le known aa in.
"'"' iout la. Imn.lreH aUU no r"
ln"" "rn.r im viiunl.ie i.(-i ihisah .'
on aaitt rroperly. These Mtlla hare a t .fl.' '
I'.rrea.itif ejalrenar'. The Land .. ' 'J "'
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Atloimy in jicl jut ihf I ' 1 ' '"'
f'ft. 1H16. 1"
7'ir froprrly for
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nn ( hiirrh re. I am 4 iiiiiiii(.r.-nl 111 ' "'t
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.rice, tVc. hy callinc. at the lii-n.s.e ell "
juiin f. iitwiv
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mWIf.I. a-ll mr I.eenel. I V't'lT ,:'" 1 '
lolte an.l S. :;. K II ,. l '""- '
h.ii.-, containing StlS arrea, with al-n' " ' t
CJelt .reil I In- lei 1 4 lice in W'ueiUa. Ar') "
- liiaurance othec, .....
JOHN V. IliW I-
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WILMISCTOS, S. '.,
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I'eunl adsancea neiile ull c.e. i """"
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