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   Green Bay Spectator (Newspaper) - August 17, 1852, Green Bay, Wisconsin                               :i.. Should, unfortunately, any of the pro- contained in tho pitfsent treaty be or infringed in any other mannri is cxpresslystipulated and agreed Hi it neither of.the coutraclins parties shall order or authorize any act of reprisals, nor declare or malco war against the other, on, compl'iint' of injuries or damages resulting tbcrrfrom, until the -party considering itself shall first have presented to tha other a statement ot representation of such injuries or damages, verified bjr competent proofs, nnd demanded rrdress and tinn, and tho same shall have been either refused or unreasonably delayed. 1. Nothing contained in It.is treaty shall, liou-nvor, be construed to operate eontraiy to former and existing public treaties with utlier nations or The pri-scnt treaty of friendship, commerce and navigation, shall cc approved and rn'.ili- ed by the President cf tho Unifd States America, and with the adr'tci) nnd con sent of til': Senate therm.f. and by tho ilent of the llepublic of Peru, with the an. thorization of ihe Congrrgj thereof; and the replications shall bo exchanged s.1 Washin ton within eighteen months Irom tho date of tin' signatures hcrpof, or sioncr if possible. In faith whereof, we tho plenipotentiaries of tho United States of America and of the llepublic of Peru, have signed and scaled these prc.ents. D no nt the city of Lima on the twenty tli tiny of the year of our Lord .rn-.c thousand eifjht hundred and fifty one. J. RANDOLPH CLAY, [t.s.] J. CMO. 'lOJlRICO, 11. s.] And whereas the said treaty has been duly ia. tilled on both parts, and the respective ratifica- tions of the same were exchanged at Washing- ton, on the Kith William II. Hunter, Ac-tins Secretary of State of the United Stati s, nnd fc'i'nor Juan Y. doOscy, Charge d'Af fairesofthc republic of Peru, on the part of thiir governments. Now, therefore be it known that I, MII.I.AIID FH.IMOIIK, President of the United States of A- merica, have caused the taid treaty to be ma.le public, to the end that the same, and every clause and article tlicreof, may bo observed and fnlfiT.'d with good faith by the United Ktutcs and the ci. tizens thereof. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United Stales to bf alfixed. Done at the city of nineteenth day of July, in the year of our Lord one thousand hundred and fifty [i.. s.] of the Independence olthe United btaU'S, the Ecvcnty seventh. 3HLLAKD FILLMORE. 1'y the President. U'. Hv.NTKn, Acting Secretary of State. of tint Trultcil States. Thirty fii'sl .Ptisscil during the J'itst [Punt.rc ACT 30 AN ACT supplementary to''An art provicl. ing fur tlm taking of tho seventh nnd snh cetjiient censuses of thn United States and .to lix tho number of the members of lit- llouso of Keprescr.'ntives, and provide 1 >r future apportionment among ilia sev eral approved twenty-third Jlay eighteen hundred ai dilfey. it enacted the Sinalc anil Jfouse nf rcjentaticet of the United Stata of America, in aisemtitttl, That tho Secretary of the interior prwceitd forthwith to apportion two hundred thirty-three representatives among the sev eral Slates in accordance with tiie provis ions coutiiincd in tho twenty. fifth section of tho act of twenty. third May, eighteen hun. drcd nnd fifty and according to the- returns ol population have been completed and re. turned to the census office in the Department .of tho Interior. And it being madu to np' that the returns nf tho population of Californin tiro it ii furllier ciia-'t that said at Stitu rt- tain the mini- lirr of representatives presenbad by tho nl admission thereof into tho Union mi'il a new apportionment ami for this piirposp thowliolo irimbor of hen- increased to two hundred thirty four ua- til such apportionment. J ,'lnd I'c it further enacted. Tint if. at any ftitnri) dcccnoinl cmimeriuion of llu Unitod Stntos tlio census of any district or sub-division in tho United Stares slnll hiivo been improperly taken, or if the u- turns of any district nr suuttliviaion shall accidentally lost or'do.itroyed, tho of thu Interior shall Imvc power to order a iii'xv enumeration of inch dijtrict or su'j-di- viiion. Sico. H. Jlii'l 'te itfinther enacted, That the section of tilt) said net he ainendrd liy out tlie words "has boen" from tlio last lino, and inserting thu "may necessarily lieu thereof. (Signed) LINN BOYD, Speaker of the House of Representatives. (Signed) WILLIAM R. KINO, President of tho Senate pro tcmporo. Approved July 30, IS5J. (bigr.cil) MlLLAllD PILLMORK. ITIisnourl Electlou. St Louis, Aug. 9. Tho following sro complete returns of Con- eluetions on Monday last. Ust District Tliomis II. Bonton, (indepen- vs Samuel V- Caruthers, (whig.) Bogy democrat'. !M District Alfred W. Lamb, Porter, J. S Miller, whig, vs J. S. Green democrat. District Mordesni Oliver, whig vs Austin A. King, democrat. r.th Jno. S. Phelps democrat, vs J. C. Price, whig. "MY CAREER, MY KNOWN .CUABACTER THE SENTIMENTS AHD ACTS OF UT PUBLIC LIFE, ABE BEFORE TttE COUNTRY. I CAN GIVE VO OTI1IR OUABAKTBE OF WY FITNESS FOB ANY STATrOfl FOB WHICH SI Y NAME MAY BE PKKSRN- TIU." W1NFIELD SCO IT. lio Piercers recently haJ a meeting ut Ntwburgh, N. V the N. Y National Dem (Locofooo) sprtks of it as follows programme was not carried out. srtilery was a mere pop-gim. S.I New Yoik General Committee was not thcro. of States 1101 there. Invited guests, refused tomnrch in iltli procession didn't wait until the Km 1'iru Club arrived. nn unendmg   for Puree. Here it is, in large letters: "General Scott has been a feeder it the public crib for some Forty.four years, reci iving during that time a yearly average of 2; (no men- tion of cents for and no Ion ;er ago than 183C, and while in receipt of this I rge and lull nay per annum, was an applicant before Con- gress tor the benefit of tins Invalid Pension act, alleging that he had been woundt 1 in Canada, and was not able to do aetiyeduty. His petition was reported against unanimously.' The mind that conceived the ft regoing, and the hand that penned it, ought to >e held up to the utmost abhorrence of every lover of his country, whether native or natun lized. It i" mean, mercenary, cowardly and cal imnious. It is a positive proof of the weaknesf of the cause he to eagerly has espoused and t is passing strange that, on the Niagara frontit r, in the city of Buffalo, (formerly burnt by tht British myr- midons) an Editor (who must ".e British at heart) can be found so lost to all h >nor as tbtiy to impose upon bis readers such 8 i insinuating appeal to their love of dollars and rents. Mr. SEAVEH probably never knc v that in the war of 1812, a gentleman in Eng and received annually over a year for teaching the Broad Sword exercise. He knows also, that all the force of party drill wil not tnd can- not prevent thousands and tens of thouiands ol Democrats, along the Canadian rentier, from voting for General Winfield Scott for President of the United States. Yes, from PC ssamaquoddy in Maine, through Vermont, New York, Pcnn sylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana Illinois, and Wisconsin before the Ides of N< vember, they will say in thunder tones that he vill and shall he our next President. As Mr. Shaver is so kind and accurate in calculation, -ill he or any other opponent of Winfield Scot answer the following Questions, in dollars and cents, as that appears to be the mode and man ler of his at- tack on the Old Hero? What was it worth, or how much did it cost to the suffer rs on the Ni- agara devastation, jurnings and robheriei of the British Army ur.ler the com mand of Gen. Uiall in 1 As the then in- habitants of i, Black Hock and Buffalo. Ask the houseless wanderers, if alive, who they will vote for, Pit rce or Scott You know, after you calculate it .n dollars and cents, what the answer would be. The dead in their graves, it possible, would ris J up and vote for him. And why? ah, why I. [f we.had not unquestionable reasons. The Demo craic party collariBm might say n: y thereto. How much was it almost every engagement in the field was disas er'and defeat to the American arms, from the cipitulation of Detroit to the massacres of Chicago Iliver Raisin, Fort Niagara, how much wt I it worth in dollars and cents, iti the winter tad spring 'of 1813 and '14, for General Scott t instruct the Regular Troops, New York and Pennsylvania Volunteers, so that they might be able to cope with and and defeat the Invincibh s of Welling, ton? Tell us in dollars, if you j lease, leaving national honor out of the question. Who infused his own gallant spirit into his solliers? Why -Winfield Scott 1 Tell us, if you please, how much it was worth (in dollars) tl e blood shcil, in his country's cause, of tho He o at Lundy's Line? And ir, the same paper yc.i presume, in your editorial chair, to condemn the attack of the first Brigade on the B.itish an ij-! 1 "Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.' Mr. Scaver ought to know that invariably the greatest Gen- erals in modern warfare have att; eked such as Napoleon, Ney, Massena, Bluch r, Frederick the Great; and last, though not east, Winfield Scott. Will Mr. Seavcr inform hi i readers how much, in dollars and cents, was it worth Scott's services in theNorth Eastern Boun lary question? How mud? in 'ae Patriot disturl tnces? How much in the Expedition ag.iinst the Sacs and Foxes? How much in he Cherokees, and how much in allaying South Nut- ification In addition, he will pit ta inform us, how much it was wortli to coi quer a peacfl in the Halls of Montezuma, after the Battles of Vera Cruz, Cerro Gordo, Cantrera-, Cberubusco, Molino Del Rey, Chepultepec a ;d the City of Mexico 1 Suppose that General Scott performed the deeds of valor for Great Britain, th it it is admit- ted he performed for this country together with such invaluable services rendered t her on many occasions and requiring great po vers of mind what would probably be the amount he would recieve for his services? Not le: i than 000 a year, and a patent of Nolility. Shame on the American Citizen who .wot Id endeavor to traduce or malign such a man as rVinfiildScott. And if what the Editor of the C. urier stated in respect to hia application to Conj rets for a Pen. sion was true, more shame to the n for their re. fusal, when they squander thousai ds of the peo- ple's money for unworthy pur loses. How much does the State Printer at i .Ibany receive per annum for telling lies for the Party Are his services more valuable than Gen'l Scott's 3 We want the answer in dollars, you may omit the cents; they can go to' buy -andy for the poor boys. And now, I would enquire, what public services Gen'l PIERCB rendered to the coun- try If nre inporior to Sc you can prove it, let us elect him. We find that ha is the can lidate of the Baltimore convention for the hi ;hest office in our Government. We will can -as bis claims as a General. He was appoin ed dont Polk. He was unfortunat at least, OB tho eve of h-s first battle. H j had a bad cannot vouch for hia   SOLDISB. P. S. Can any of the admirers and supporters of Gen. Fierce point to any one act ot bii lite, beneficial to the masses ofhis countrymen I want an answer. A tittle ol fire at Cincinnatti, on the 4th, dettroyed property valued at 03- Over 70 homes burnt at Saranmh on 'the 3d; loss about Scott Club has been organised at Osh- kosh, an 1 another at Fond Jit Lac. Push on the column. ID- J. W. Whinfield, of Taycheeilah, has dis- covered a sandstone quarry on his farm. JO-The bT tne B'eal at is estimated at Nothing is left but :i few wooden buildings. Mr.Eastman's steam sawmill, recent- ly destroyed by fire at Port Ulao, cost f-1000, and was instired for ID" There are twenty-two male and one fe- male convicts in the State Prison at Wanpun. North Carolina Elec- ted. Returns from 25 counties in North Carolina, veMr. Reid, dem. for Governor, a majoritv of 4002, bung a gain over his vote of'48, of2400. Forty six'counties to be heard from, which gave in '48, a majority for Manly the Whig candidate for Governor, 3358. Reid is chosen without doubt, and the .vote is very large. The Legislature is doubtful. its account of the St. Louis election, the Milwaukee Neun stated that "Col. itsTox and the wltolc Democratic ticket ol. But-row and the successful ticket were jrought out in opposition to the regularly nmnina. 'ed Democratic ticket. A considerable portion of the Whigs voted for Benton and his ticket, be. cause 01J Bullion and his friends stood upon the the ground with them on the Tariff and the Rivrr and Harbor they be. lieved the Col. could do more in Congress C r those maasures than the Whig candidate. The Xncs hasn't the candor.to state these well known facts. "Nobody did that peculiar faculty fjr stultifying itself known only to our contenr temporary, the Advacalc, the last number con- tains a half column of meaningless apologies to Mo mon Saints of Beaver Island, for charg ing them with stealing the fish, nets, and other .property of the fishermen upon the shores of our Bay an 1 Lake Michigan. The Advocate seems about half inclined to adopt the version of t'ie Mormon King, nnd charge the robberies to the account of the fishermen themselves Evidently "'.here's a nigger in the fi'nce." The Beaver Ul- expedition is probably abandoned, and, we presum the valiant editor of tho ddvocale will soon join the Mormons, and "reign in on Beaver Island. The Cfvirch of Latter Day Saints, under the guardian care of King Strang and the ddvoccte, can continue to plunder and murder the Gentiles with impunity, and charge it all to the fisher- men of the Summer Islands. And if they can- not the idle tale pass current, they cr.n say that "r.obod> did it.'1 The day of retribu tion has not yet arrived. Death of the Hon. Bob t. 4Co Hon. Roht. Rantoul Jr., died thii noon eryiipelai Wl, seat oh Thursday and was not dangerously ill till a few hours death. rifniitu left for Boiton nt 4 accompanied by his wifa, Menri. and Dunham of Mass, Cleveland ot and Eultmaii H The Htnry New York papers con. tinue to denounce the conduct of the officers of this ill.fated Boat, for their criminal conduct in racing. Suppose that the Clay had not caught fire, and lost the.lives of 100 persons; and sup. pose she had distanced her competitor and got into port "with flying how many of these papers would have condemned the officers for indulging in a Steamboat Race? The Democratic Candidate for. Chief The Orhkosh Democrat, while it heartily sup- ports Messrs. Smith and Crawford for Associate Judgft, and rum up the entire ticket, ipeatu thus truthfully of Charles H. Larrabee. "From what we can learq the result is a friT ure. We are not acquainted with -Mr. Larra- bse, but we have heard members of our Bar, for two years past, every time they have had occa- rion to go before him, with butintsa in hia cir- cuit, complain bitterly ofhis vain weakness and incapacity. He does not command the respect of any lawyers acquainted with him whom we have met. "Prominent here, when the result of the Convention wa> known, declared they would not vote for that part of the ticket.' North Carolina re-elected her Loco- foco State Officers. She always Whig in Presidential Elections. 'Hi WASHIHOTOX, The IIous'i assembled at the without disposing of any MannofMms. announced in an speech, the death of hit colloagao.JIr P tout. He snid he known him intimilly and had ever foimn him Bn mi.t-j and devoteJ friend and an nprijin Eld was matched awujr in tlie [iiinu cf when Ins talitnts were just beginning h fold to the world. Mr. Mann wiis followed by Mcisn v. and Clarke, all of wliom ed eiorjuint eulogies Wo hardly know whether the of the Judicial Convention dessrvcs gratulation cr the sympithy of their fnj.l Their fortune will depend muciu.'y circumstances yot to turn up. Hold's nomination woiiM Itnra Mciirti; troket a ittongth in this quartet ctliie whii'h believe it imposible noiv to lite upon. Tho large vote he Chief Justicu was certainly under th; cumstances (Irons testimony in furor of qualification for tlie position. Wt the matter will get considerably before September, if cot moro so. third. rate liorsus might o. wull bcgia ts.- agine thiuthara is som< chinze to get nuclcs broke in the race. However, see what we shall see. ThtU semn 13 tht present r.spsclof tha Democrat. The Judirial Fond ilu L Demorf.it is enraptured ith the candidates the Jonrnnl mo.-e wisely holds its peace. The O.-l kosh C.mriVr barely alludes !o Larrabce as a "young man of good character nnd fine legal ability'! and primes the Associates without qualification. Tlie Milwaukee Wisconsin is quiet but goes the t'da't subject to the contfir gency nllntlfd to by The PCftrs goes '-tlie isn't at all particular to the can-Iiidites are Our neighbor o-" the -back throws to the Is his ideas iboiit a Judiciary without lefirenco to parly aril gives in its adhesion to the Basswood Tic'tct B. Fond du Dern crtit pufft o u "jriginal Tyler'' friend, to the enth heaven" of political excellency. We fear the Democrat will exhaust its "capital stceV long bctore election, and that its'candid- ate will come out mimn'm all his political aspi- rations. Seriously speaking: see how the people of Fond du Lac can spare Judge Ma- cy, if they entertain any real design to push for- ward their rail road. There it not a solitary man in Ihat county who will take one tenth of the pains he will take, or undergo one half the labor he would unlergo, to hurry the -work to its corrjile'.ibn. The people will keep him at home, if the managers persist in trying to get rid of him by running him for Congress. N. Y. Jillat, the con- fidential organ of Mr. JIMES BecniSiw, in the city of New York, speaks thm of the managers of i's party: "The; Democratic Republican General Com- mittee for the year 18S2, a a -nice party' to con- duct the affairs of the great democracy through the important Presidential campaign that ia be- fore us. Of the whole sixty members, not more than ten, are men-of common intelligence in political matters, while among .the othei fifty, are numbered some of the veriest pot-bouse loafers and blackguards that haunt the hot beds of corruption in the lowest stews of our city." If a Whig paper had originated so severe a charge against the dignitaries of the newspapers in the'interest of Pierce and King would have made the welkin ring with denuncia lions cf its truth and veracity. But, luckily, the pieturi! is drawn by a Locofoco the de- scription is written by one of the savans of Taai many Hall. IOWA Whig Whigs have elected J. B. COOK, Whig, to Con- gresa Irom the 2d district, by a very handsome majority. BERBKARDT Hutu, dem., is barely sueceaiful in the 1st district The Whigs have also gained largely in legislative and county ol. ficers. Iowa is sure for Scott. _ BOSTON, Aug. 11th. The SL John's papers receivtd here, unite in denouncing the course pursueil by the British MintetJr, Crampton, in ordering Admiral Sey- mour ;o suspend further seizures of American fishing vessels; for so doing they urge im. mediate recall to England. Mr- B- F- Butler goes fjr Fierce and King. WASHISOTHS, Atcrtt t Judge Coukling of N. Y., to dire.: firmed as Minister to Mexico. It ii nr.l- Hood that h; will at procejj ij L post. Mi. Letclirr is oil his way home. The select committee raised at tie starve of fii n. Houston, to enquire into charges of bribery and corruption of [1 of C< in thr passage, of criuiii htivc rntered upon III Jir duties nri routing the investigation with vi-nr. Hon. Humphry Mirsluill wn a minister Cliim, MM'I Bftij. Pntlonon, nf Niirilit-rn At IMIIIB lUwiiril Mil'iipiujili, A'snjfi.: Branch mini lit NewOrlrant. Kr.w ORI rUN' Anp.f The his ths l.ittli- tii Gnzflte of the 30ih nit. whi.-h pn'ilitSm stalt'llient fftiu, Fort Arbili'Ii.r innas. en! of Cujit. Mtury "lid trJ'-pti..! a hoax. WAPitrrcoT.'N. 1' A cull wai nnswirrcil by ,thi coirtmni.iuaiiiig to the Seintj all virli rcspnndfntT Ins ink-en plure Ir-nivtrt- U S. nrnl Pi-rn in re-rnrJ lo the I< .Mr. Wcbstur yave liis opinion tlnlllifl' bo  Nirrrn, during severe to 1 i physician "Sir, I am obliged to ynj introducing me to some old "Who atctht-y? my inqnircd ".My r 'plied his lord.hip, "wbicli 1 t not ielt for many years until now.'1 Tim Iiitcfligenerr of this morni lynnnounrrd ilie resignation of Ali rt'nce us Ministi-r to Knghind, nirl jrointment K iNciSBfoi.t, to I P. M. Grneral Hull's nomiiintion tti I York Judgeship will lit1 ttnt in 'L; in this It is rumored that Jas.Br." of New York will succeed him. UoltKlous TJinrewilll.c pruts' In Hie Sch.ioi alOrecti Uiy, diVnlr' licit, uyUie 'e ive nt I'rnvtilenee. In which en a nf MiMurlKwor llM AJr-ni Depere, U, 18JJ. jt-t A Whig Cc THIRD DISTRICT. jl ntlo 1 delegate Dutrict, will Waupun, on Tlrandajr. tlK 1Mb of to nominate a candllue tii Rtprcjuinnilvt i n DutriclBlector. Tne uf Ibe several Assembly dtitne queiledlo choote delegates, and It hopw dlttrict will b'i repreiented. I Aiigiut H'li, J. A. HADLEY. 1 J. C.TROESDELL, II. S. BAIRD. Dlffet.t." Such M the true word or ofthe two Ureefc wir. It Is derived. Tnli Ii fii sljtnllleini an! aww title of the trin Dljtstive Fl il I, nt pared hy Dr. J S IIOUUIITJM. of lite fourth 3ro nichof firt'u lion anil dyidi piia. It Huturj's n. unhealtbyiloinacb. K.I art 01 rallve powcri. [I rendern gaofl ol t'iJ coMlttenl w.'th BS.LTII. tieo tne ol In another pat I of thii paper. Green Star Hour, 9 bbl. Wheat, f bo. V ttSft Oa.li1, nutter. P< 9 Ib. Halt, tarret, Meu beef, Urled Applet. Vbu. do Peaches. Whltefliti. 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