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J.ATI0NAI AMERICAN TICKET.
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PHI VUT. I'UKHIUKST,
ANPIIEW J. DONELSON,
STATE ELECTORAL TICKET.
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TH lift NORTH "It MHTII WHO
DKSIHKan AR.MINISTKATIOX HH!
TIIK MIRTH AS A (IAIN ST '1 UK
MKN W HO SIMM I. D tilYK TIIKIK
SIFFKAIIKS FOR MK; 1011 M Y
OWN CART, I KNOW O.M. ?i ,
(01 NTltV, MY ;yiioi,k Cor.VIT.Y,
AMI NOTIIlNti I'-l T MV COL'N
TRY ! Mii.i.aiik I'li.i.wioif. j
I- Ifltlwihhl lliirttraaiulrnji" Amo
(Tufic Cloud in iy t'"i I'd M f
Joy Ten Cenit a i nj, it tnuwjh Jar a la
tmring man. S tut DcciuKin.
S-jif The iiiHtunre of Slarrry it deinwali
tin ilct our Kali'tul 'jsfiitlittitrc uie lit mitt
itatunt and ttmumi aertmnt. In inhibit tht
rirtruce of Wotvry ''V the Trrritorirt
it $!utt4 whiih mni htrtjftr.r be mated liy
ConireM. Jaaas Ulcilvsax.
ttj- i euiase to tlit othrr liwe of I'tmpre
muny yran ii'ie-e, o fritnd of the HmikiMpt
l.,llC. JaHIM lil'CllA.IAK.
Hi- llr. A. Al. ailllnrd l-utir
ill,.,i l.a Aie-nt I.T
rM llVol. M rt.ll-
i ..l- Ii.ni ni.u ! tllitH II, In'
I ml. ii ( 4H.-I nn,l J'.l,
kii.1 llm kvi'ImI r.iiuilKB .if
The rcin;sciiliitivcK of Killinoro Clubs
ami civil l'istrict?" in Kicx, Mill meet at
Tciliperuncc Hall tliia al'lernoou at half
past two o'clock, on important business.
tiT Theio will be a nmctiiisr of the
Killmoro Club at Tcinperaucc Hall on
Monday iii-bt ncit, and a gvurul turti
out ia desired.
tuT There will be a meeting "f tbo
I'il'njore I'luli, aud other citizens nnd via
itora, in front of the C'ouit ll 'use, ueit
M'cclnediiy ui(:bt, and tpeukini,' by en
tb oicn from a distance. The lindiij! of
tlio Court 11 nice r.ell, and the 8'und of
the Drum and 1 ifo, will be the ii:nal.
ETILL THEY COME.
1. 0. A. JiidssliT, Ksi , uf 1'eiiuaylva
niii. mi 0!J Line Iiirinoenit, has declared
for l'illuiorc. vA rctudiaieil UucUarian
ior i ioiiun., t '
and Fremont. ;
Z. lion. A. .1. ItctMiUW, in Aiuuaiua,
au old atiaight lucid Democrat, addrcaseJ ;
a recent Fillaiorf tuectine nt Mobile re-1
Ti'jtT'ratrt"Ttiert'iiiciiiu.ili plalformr' au4"T
ro-L.t Ium C.llnw Democrats to support the ,
8. Jerome R. Daily, Esoj , ol I'latta- i
burg, N. Y.. an old line Democrat, ha
b' '. . r-,i
K.iudiaifd Hue hauau, ana ueiareaior nil-1
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4. Five of tl.e Uognes, of
Virginia uoo of Uuu xte.orig tho uuest
i irgiuiu uuc
epcukcrs iu tlmt District, all Democrats
have rrpudi.it! d liuchauan, and come out
for Fillmore nnd lKjiiilsmi.
5. F. II. l'icrpoul,of Fainimunt, Yir
pinia, ba conic out in a teliiug speech
fur Fillmore, and against Buchanan, and
be waa an ardent nij,poit. r of WL-c, in
the late conte.-t.
0. Hon. Jacob Merchant, an oil hue
Democrat, of New York d several years
State Senator, has come out lor Fill-
inoro, aud repudiates the Ciociuuati plat
7. Hon. Kpbriain Rru.itcr, an old lino
Democrat of Mas.achif" Its, has repudi
ated the Cincinnati nuuiiiiee.,auddeclartd
H. Hun. Mr. Reiser, an old line Demo
crat, and nn ex-nion ber of Congress, iu
Alabama, has declared himself in favur
P. A distinguished supporter of Ruch
auau's in Kenucky, write a letter which
appear in the last i.-suc of the Ismitrillt
J.unial, dated New York, Aug., 'Jib,
raving be hue chsug-'d over to Fillmore,
und that Iiuchai.au haj no strength at the
North, while Fillmore ia the only man
who cau defeat Fremont !
10. Lieut. Myers, of Ohio, a Democrat,
decline to aupport Ruchaiiau, aud haa de
clared for F'illmore.
11. Ilou A.J. I Lilian, a Democratic
member of Coiigre- from Indiana, haa
debited to aupport Kin linn in, nnd aaya he
is hesitating between Fillmore and Fre
mont 11. Dr. C- 31. .lohtif .ii, of Iiuoaster
couuty, I'cnusvlvauia. who, for liftefu
year haa advocate! Ru.hatian ou the
ttump, has denounced th, luia Demo
cracy, aud deciaio'l fur l i! inoie.
13. Hon. T W. Ihomas, llii'lianan
lilector in Georgia, Las f 1.r."-n up bia
coimuiaaion, on the ground that be can't
aupport Rucharian, and u u-t neceh.arily
fill inlo the aupport ol Fillmore
J4. Dr. Sha-kh'tord, nn old line Demo
crat, of Rlair county, l'ennsylvania, has
taken the aluu p in lavnr of Fillmore.
I. "i. A- J. ll'i'-on, the only rcuiairiiug
lHtiincrat in Ceiupioo, II hia.lt- Island, baa
declared for Fillmore.
II. lion. .Mm Merrick, formerly a
Iieui'Htrstic mcuib.-r of the 1 gi.laturc,
te.iding near llockford, Illinois, has come
("it for Fillmore in a public spceeb.
77. Jamea Lawrence, a Fierce mendi.r
of tli. b.t l.egi.-hittire of California, baa
cniue out for Fillrnorc.
1 bohn Morgan, a I'uatotn llous of-
f eer al San Fntieiacni and a leading
Deins rat, has duelared for Fillmore I
IU. C.eorge llaiker, F. , an old lino
Democrat of Fredonia, New Y'ork, ha
declared fur Fillmore.
20. Kdward C. D leran, of New York,
a distiugu'uhed lHniMat, and a line
peaker, haa come cut for Fillincre.
21 R II Tstitni, a prominciit eld line
Jackaou Democrat, nf 'J'ronton, Ijeorgia,
ia out in favor of Fillmore.
'."J. Th Woliiinpku, Alabama .Si7i.
.r, alutei lliul MM', nl J line Di nmornta
of Tnllti(lf-a county, havn abandoned tin
S quiilier Si'veruinty candidal.!, nnd de
( lured fur Pilliuuro.
TwKNTV I'lVK. Democrat in J'uj
ullo county, Tuniiesaoe, who voted fur
(iuv. Juhiisuu limt August, have duclai uJ
fur I'lll ui mo
"I. In tU St'tu of New York, .''l,.
CaIIHUI., of Ronaiilour county, Hun. Mm.
WaIisWHIITII, of (il'rcne county, I1.
Wn.sii, of Huffulo, and K. Sinathii
DaVIHIi.N, olj line I l murl JltH, liuve aban
doned Jiucliaimti, mid declared for Fill
tin it) , u llie safer limn, und t It o (inly man
who ran beat Fremont !
L'j. Mr. Davis, formerly of Sulllvwi
county, Tuuiksnii', und a Democratic
n, r of our Legislature, at ouo time,
oamo out in a stirring speech at Waco
Village, in Texas, ou the night of the i'th
inst,, for Fillmore and Doticlson 1
Chnrging Blniulor upon Jackson.
Tim only nionim of roscuing lluuliauuu
from tU tlmrpo of COWA.UU.K and
1 VIVl"! l.fjin.f la niruiiiMt liini .itf (li-n.
! W" of 14, ia to
Uht lit vpon Jurkum, and tin y aro doing
' it on nil occasion, dipt. James Williams
Imrrd a crowd hero last Saturday night,
by rtutliwj, iii tbo open air, and after a
dull facliiun, a ppeeeli ho bud written out,
in defence of llucbuuan, in the aflntr of
Clay and Adama. Tho nubstance of
William'a defeiiso was, that ,Ia' kmjn
IIAtl l.tKD ON llt:riIANAN ANU Cl.AV,
though be i i 1 not any ao in to many
words ! They are all now making this
;i'ii(, at tba cipensc of Jackson's reputa
tion. YVc, of course, have nothinK to suy
in this fijiM, further than thi : tli(icliar:.;n
of " Harpiiu and corruption" against
Clay, wna falae. only false, and false con
tinually. Ducbiinan eliar;;ed it in a letter
of hi.-, Ioiiji since published tu tho World,
an extract from which is in tln .-e words :
" These I'sets arc lul ire tl.e world, that
Mr. Clay and bis partiuilar liieuds made
Mr. Adams 1 'resident, ami that Mr. Adams
immediately tli.-r.;if1.-r mucin Mr Clay
Secretary of Stale The people will draw
llifir own iulcieiic.-s from su-h rotnlm t,
and the cireiiiustaneea cuino'i kd with it.
They will judge ol cause-by tlicir etleets."
.lucksuii s-iys l'.u.-bai.an told him that
Clay aud Adams were cuilty Kucl.mian
deiiica it in a letter to Clay -and Jackson,
in his letter of ll.", to Y. li. Lewis,
aava that liuchauan ia a liar und ivirnnl.
Cant 'illiama i,roca that Juikscn and
bis friendi arc lh:s, und that Rucbaiiau I
and Clay uic gculleiiicn. The country is
about to pet the truth nt last, and Clay is
to he vindicated. All right !
Tho Louisville Ci'Uiicr, the great Anti
Know Nothing sheet, nnd the brilliant
organ of the Ruciunan oud liieekcuri.ige
forces in Kentucky, thus hacks up the
vicwa of (.'apt. Williams, nnd in nidus the
..i . ... u-..i .,v
r winch the
Iiuehaniui men arc shouting
itx lia '
A urinate letter written by Jnck'on in
. I ( L V I V
, ,-ore a-atli, MKANLY
.1 lMllir le
VILL1FYINU IICCHANAN, chargiiig
tioTwitb cownidiee niit.;VseTiof.d,
d forth to degrade
liuchauan. 'IHKl.M'A.MY Ol- I 11 r,
i a w il It HKSTS I'I'ON JACKSON
for j,;,,,, i,is letler, aud next upon those
i,,, ,avc brought it to light for political
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ciieci no., on v.ii- ...r. . .-j
i ui i,.;.,.. .,.,,.,, .! I,, ,.li iim.n
i I . .. J i . i . )
i the .rravc ol Jackson, are iney who nave
i iLh.lu, ,ilB ,d degraded themselves
j, t,ubliahiiig the unfortunate pnintr
I letter of the 1NSAN F.LY VINDICTIVK
OLD TYRANT, who, in this very letter
proved that, to the last, NO TOl CH OK
'lI STICK OR MAONAMMITY TO
WYKDS AN Ol'l'ONKNTOR R1VA',
LYLK KNTlilll'.D HIS liHKAST,
ND THAT HIS ONLY T SK Foil
FRIKNDS WAS TO MAKK TOOLS
OF TI1F.M. If lluclnitiun had in 1:'7,
instead nf faithfully giving truihful testi
mony, as be did, corrroboruted Jaekwm'a
.inst Clay. Jackson nev-r would
i have written hi. mfaii.oin secrrt le tu r. ol
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1 . J " llf III! fYt!
that JilSTt IKl lO.'UI 1 -Al I . ' '.a
Ill,' SI. A VDKUINi; CLAY. AND
THKN (ONYICiS DIM OF SLAN-
Hi I'.IMi RI't'II ANAN RF.CAI Si:
UK WOI LD NOT l'KIWI RK
HIMSKI.F by aupporlinp the slander
agaiuat lay. If any Demo
crats alio 'J h displeased at our opinion
of Jaeksoo ; if they think we should
admit the truth of a COWARDLY,
aeeret and SLAN DKROI'S letter which"
assuils the truth and moral courage of
liuchauan, only becnuae it purports to have
beeu written by Jackson; all we have to
ty is, that they have mistaken our clinr-
oeter for independence and love of truth
and iuatiee. aud their mistake can make
not the slightest change in our convictions
and conduct. Rut we don't believe there
is a candid Democrat in America who due
not mterlaiu prcciiely our opinion of
Jackson's secret letter slandering Ruehnn
au, which only DISIiRACKIl TIIK
WRITKR.y-oa. Cuur. Auy. IH.
For this abuse of Jackson, the Isaiit-
! tilr Jvurnnl took the Cnnfirr to task,
! and in the Conr'ur of the rid August,
! it editor replie :
I " If the bargaiu story waa a calumny
; from the lirst, waa it imt so to the last ?
! Yl" I'll K 1 KSITMON Y (il Y KN RY
l JACKSON o HIS DKATII RKD
j WAS A FALSF.1D ;" and yon would
i any ao, loo, if Ruciunan were not now
I the Democratic .andidaic for the I'rcsi
i deney Jw kson'a testimony in hia t'ri
, ,otr letler of IH.V Jl'.-T IIKFOKK
HIS DKATII, WAS A IMM lll.h
FALSFIIiMlD. It waa lali-bisl
against Clav and Adauta, and a fsls.li k!
If Juckaon'a reruUlion auffera aa it
. cannot but sutler in the minds of all lion
I cat ni.u in coiuciucdc of lb prudiio-
lion of bia ahamrlul letter of 1 -, let
: the blame fall, not on the heada of thuae
who eiamiue and cuostrue it logically, but
I on those who, for the purpoa of injuring
I Ruchanan, have publih.d the unlortiin
I ate ebullition to the World. There ia not
one if.dependoiit, honest minded leuio
erst in the I'nited States, whiaae opinion
of Mr. Rucbaiiau'a character and boiiur
can be impaired by Ja. kvm'a mean pri
vate letter rat l4'i And ihere ia nut a
fiiend of Clay and Adama who doe not
regard with otihiirnit' e the hypocritical
pretenders of veneration for their ni.-mo-ry,
who atti mpt to mis a .juosiion ol
raeity ugainat Hu hanan on the authority
oi tuts He-an. l.-tlcr iT .l.-iekaon a. llie
offence of employing lhal Liter for such
a pnrpoae, ia a more gilevoua one, if poa-
ible, agaiuat tlus dead patriuta, then
even against the living I tu. hanan. The
furmer can no long.-r vindieat. or revenpe
theil.selvf; tlie latter can. lllil, happily,
hi ither the bring nor the dead can be
in am d iu 1. 1 uution by auih a coarse
display of iiiMine rancor. The only nhari.
Utile ooiiatru.il Kill which cull (Kwiibljr I"'
Hit upon Jaiikaun letter, more disgrace
lul to liiiuidf than injurious to llie ol-
Iwl nf hi malignity, la that Mr, An j
UK WROTH IT-W or , 1-
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JOHN U. C'ROZIEll'S LAST I
Tin lnict, u well tliu ri(iliiwtciiallo ,
wo hiivu Keen from (hi new Lorn cliamp- j
ion of Kou-ofoeoinin, appeaia ill tiro "Hum-
daid" of .Monday. It ia in rejrly to twn
Id tern from Jimpcr, in Mariun oounty,
invilinir liiin there tonpenk, the lirnt nijilrod !
hy '12 ( Md L'luy Wliin, a they atylu them,
aclvca, and the next, by aoluo 'SI Jluino
eruK. Tim Whin portion of thoiu aHy
they were bia aupportur in former duya,
and tint hr in " one wo feel proud of an
tu Axueayaiid capacity" tiiitwilhuianding
they turned him out of ('niiproaa in 181!),
fur hikin'j tw muth miliiijt:, und pulthcri
Uclhbor, Col. Audi ikon ill bin place !
'Jhe lleiiioi r.ilic letter urna him to at
tend for tbo hake of the pood be n.iglil do
bia former Wbij; friends ; and whilo they
tell him that (7u " retain their hi"h re-
i:iiid and alTcctiou" fur him, they aro iaie-
t ul not to coin in it tlieoiclve by any en
dorsemciit ul bis " liunnli oii.niyiuefy."
In reply, Crmicr wadca through three
mortal roluinna, in a luboicd cITort to jus-
lily bis turning Locufoco. Ho opens his j
in these remarkable
" I canvasaeil that District tiireo tiinea
when the country wua in a ntato of liigli
political excileniHit. l'irst in 1S44 as a I
caiididnui for Klcetor, ngaiu in 1 s-t ." and I
W7 as n candiilate for Congress und dur-
mg the wliolo tune it miy inijiiiiutint or
numim took place between ri y individ
ual of rilhrr jiarli und myself J now ham
no rriollrt lion oj it."
Thia gentleman bus a poor reculh ctiou.
The last tiruo ho cuuvassed for Congress,
it waa witli a Dcmticruiic "individual" by
tho name of Jnlint II'. lllarhirrll. who.
on the stund at II arriaon. duriiiu their de- !
hate, inarched tin to him. face to face and
aaid " vou lire a ti d d d liar!" Rut
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this could not hnve been " unpleasant,"
as he tuniely nil. milted tu it !
Ir is due tu Col. lilackwcll to any, that
in the reci nt Athens letter., endorsing
the integrity, patriotism and honor of
Cre.icr, signed by Demociats, be says his
signuture was forged to it, mid that he did
not sign it, or outhoriie his name tu be
attached to it !
Bpeech of Capt. William,.
i Janice Willinnis, of Chnttniuioogn, held
I forth in this
city last Saturday nK, and
,d with a long, dry, and n-1
1 hoinl tiic en
imercstirig compilation of iiiatteiw reia-
live to Jackson, Clay nnd lluchanun.
The oif ho seemed to be drivint; at,
waa to convict Jackson of slamleriug both
Clay and liuchauan, and to exonerate
Buchunuu. llo nciiicd to salii-fy the
Democracy of the corruption of Jack:
and in turn they cheered him.
The I'npluiu has no personal popularity
here, and could iiolhavegol up a crowd, but,
for tho report startled that Uov. Johnsou ;
and John K. Howard were tu be here and !
! ujares the audience. When tbo Cap-
lover to Democracy four yenra
J . i
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1 culars, at ( hattaimuoga the big party
carried Chattnuuooga, ami Jlamiltou
; ,. i. i., u,;..ru ih.n l,v
i 'r Juie ((ire ,
!., .. .
I 1 he man is in a very embarrassing post-
linn in, w. lis a snnrsirter of Ruch.inart 1
r, ua a suppoi
ir-! : lie was lormeriy lite eunor oi too
Knoxville 1'ost, the borne organ of hia
broihi r-iu law, John II. I'mzirr, and
i. r l .1 I'.r.l.
f. K. H..l.nn will, .,,. llifv. and
certainly with great bitlerneaa. The fol -
lowing editorials arc from the poo of Mr.
U'.li;,.,,,. iho fir.l ,.f wine h will he ti.iind
in tbo Fust, for Aug 1,1813:
Again, the Wbiga have .elected as a
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candidal for the next I'reaideney, Henry
Clay of Ky., an old fashioned Democrat,
dyed in tho wool, born in old irginia,
j tb. home of JMiiocracy, bonorcd and
; aa, p eu , . .- --- "
i MilllHB V -.h..svi an ""'
...I ... I.; M.rti. V. It..... ..f
, - -
I N- V., on old black e.x-kade, anti-war
''ederulist, bluo as indigo; and JAS.
11 L11ANA. ot i-ennaylvanra, wlio de-
tared trial "ii lie naa a amp oi I'emo-
ratio blood in bia vcina he would let it
ut " Who aro aupporting these old I
'cdcralita ? Licofocoism, with James i
i. Folk at it head. For he due not 1
silate to pay tint be prefer either of;
nem to Henry Clay.
From the Kuoxville I'oat, Feb. 17th, I
Re it Rkmemhkkf.u,
That the aame party the Democracy, j
-have declared their readlncsa to aup-1
ort JAMKS RI't'IIANAN, who de-
lared in a public specoh on the 4th f ' eons quite aatiataetory lo ouraeive, wisn
uly, 11.', that "if ho thought he had ! to'' froin " obligation, and to dia
iy Der-j.Kiratic blood in hia veina, he ! conuect ourselve from, nd not bo consid
ould let it out." ered aa member of the Order, commonly
Rk IT R.Mi:Ml.i:ro:ii. ' called, "Know Nothing!," from thia date
That the tariff bill commonly known
a the "Hill of Abomination," waa pas-1
J in lo'JH, by the Tote of Martin Yan I
.iiren, JAMI-S RI't'IIANAN, Thoiuna j
I. ReubMi, Richard M. Johnson, &c. I
The moat unkind cut of all, however,
the following, liearing upon Crozirr '
ith more than ordinary force, since the j
Old Line Whigs" of ll!), "kicked him
ut of the Whig rank" and put Cul.
.ndervin in hia place: ,
rr.. lb. Knn.-lll- IW, X.) , I'll.
The Argua is nut in defenco of Mr j
yler. We wish them milch joy in their
. ninn An amiable pair, truly ! Con- j
eniality of aentiment and feeling will : on r-.i.iriiay i. go. nasi ic ...c.,.-.n
..ulilh-is awe-ten the rugged toil, of life, j rally Nmlh Naaltv. le, gave a coover
be mu.t be hard run, when the, .n.n wlin h purred at a aubl.e Uble m
iek up the trait., that have been kick-
1 out of the Whig rauka.
We agree with Capt. Williams, that the
oena must Ije hard run, or they Would
..t "pick up the TRAITOR., who have
sen kicked out of the Whig rank
nd further, they are hard run for aak
a, when they make thi-e TRAITORS
teir hading oratoia. Y'ciily it prove
lent lobe the rag tag and bob tail of ao
:HANSF0ED HoWIIERTEB It Co.
See the advertisntcnt of thia new Dry
iiaxls llimae, in Naahville. Theae gen
emen are Wholeaale dealer in Foreign
aid Domestic Dry Oo-sl.-, and their Itock
impriaea every thing in that line, from
me ware to the very finest article.
hia new firm ia offering great berpain
i the trade, and c luntry dealera will hare
y do justice lo their own interest, if thay
iii to give their asavirtinent an examina
i. Rranaford A McWherterare clever
no we knuw them wtll.
Our old "friend and pitcher," tba
Agent of the I'nul office Dupurtmeiit,
came iutit town luat Saturday nif'ht, at
about 0 o'clock, aud pitched in among
others, in front of tho Court Jlouae, in
behalf of Huohanan aud low wagea I In
the course, of bis roiuurka, he auid hi bad
aa m ue li right, as a llovnrn tit officur,
to make political apecobna, m a Minittrr
of the tiutnl hml, to ijii ulmitt tfimliiiiil
on Me uthrr ti.h ! Thia kit at Know
Nothing 1'araona, would have been in bad
taate, if the audienco hud known ului the
ijwHki-.r Km if tiny had known, aa we
happen to know, that ho wua oneo the
i-eiiiiiey iiuliillul I'mtiir uf a 7(;ii(i'
Chun-h, and left off the Oin fur politica,
aa one that paya better !
While upon l'arsoua, we will inform
Col. Martin, that the liuchauan purty
have a l'araou on their Klectoral ticket
iu Kentucky. They hud more than twen
ty l'araou power iu the Cincinnati Con
vention, aud two of thoae electoral (lov
eminent officc-holdera, on their return
homo, addressed their Sag Nicbt brethren
at the Market House in Nashville. A
brawling tobacco.moutbod 1 'arson cdita
one uf their lluchanun sheet at Murfrea-
borough, and ia auid to be aa good a judge
of A'uiiur. as Kx l'arson Martin. Anoth-
., aiw the iS Ni(.llt r , ,t
Holly Springs, Missiswnppi. They huvo
la Jlethudist l'arson editing a low dowu
ywU As,vil North Car-
n .. ' , . , ,
A 1 ruU ,Iul .' tt 'f
shining light, edits a leal dirty Sag Nicht
organ ut l'iucastlc, Yirgiuui
Thi.v have a nrcsa in (ieuruia owned
oud conducted by a S ir Nicht l'arson, of I
... m,.,lj;.i l,,rmi,,' Thev
IUU ,'innwuioi wimw. v j i
have a pious l'arson conducting a liueh- j
unan puper in Alabama, and still another
in Maryland ! And in lllinoia aud Mia- ;
aouri, they have ,o more, one a Me tlio- I
d'"' tu olher 1!u!,lil't
Tennessee, but tho other day,
Orayturd, ot iieuioorauo noiorieiy, au-
i 1 J j I
.. .. .... -
dresseil a largo crowd at rumrav
'' ' 1
And yet, in the face of all these facts,-
thce Locofoco lovcra of Relliun, and ,
order in the Church, aud dignity in the
Ministry, have the impudence to apeak i
ot being sliocKcil at tnc rusn oi i urso,,, ,
into the ratiba of the American party .
. - f, i
A i.io ua ursim haiiiuiii.
The liogus Democracy of lsjli, are
ainking atill lower iu the aealc of puliticul
degradution-and truckling to the foreign
Catholic vote in this county. At a recent
American Miifs meeting iu Harrisuuville,
l'a , Mr. Rlandard took tho stund and
exhibited the ritual a amull phainphlct
of tho "lH'CHANAN ANTI-KNOW
.NOTllINti ASSOCIATION," of l'cnn
sylvana, which had been bunded to him
by an oflieor of the Association ou thu
ground, who stated that lie would not tie
lured into the aupport of the Jesuitical
minions of the 1'ope, or the doughface
l'rotcstanU of our own country. Mr.
lllandard rolled up bia slecvus called hia
witness on the aland and went to work
.... .1 . 1 .1. .
iu curueat reading frum tho ritual,
- . .r , , .. i nmn . iim ISiiiMlialiain
WiiirtvHrgWoVo'W nx-ueKiarit eoin7a'ui.vV
- . "n-L. i i. iii. ..o.i.
iiT 1st Thia Order aba I bo cnlleil,
!he "Old Line Aud nuti Know Nothing
in. It shall be composed of a Presi
dent, two Yie l'reaidcnts, and Seoretarv;
to meet aa often as the Society inuy deem
it expedient, setting forth the time and
place of meeting.
3i. Relieving, as wo do, that Know
Nuthiii'Msui haa arrayed one portion of our
fellow ciliien in deadly and lasting hoa-
i.. ,!, lh L iUht sl.nl.
: cd the seed of future note aud
It haa taught men lo think
! . ......... .
! i,,..,,. of Irnuson In our linvernuient. IV
I m'isring oath, tn violate tho Con.ti-
' .ution: by the introduction of teat ol
reli-i,,.,, and tests of birth place.
religion, and tests of birth place.
U,h Tl,o.r,lianrineile which we
hold, and will aupport at the ballot box,
...... . r .
I re : reedom and er,ua.lty, the .Mivereign-
; .y or ino peopre, m i 'Tn i ,7.
i MJI 11T VJ I Ubj. TT 1111 illt.ll Ti aa "
I '.:.n ..J
: a.ui.ai.jr cjipi.-mu.
j Ctli. Freedom i
m'of Religion, freedom of j i " rraukly gWing my opin
;cueral dilhiaiou of knowl- ! loo, 1 would not desire to have it under
' j stood in the name ot pledge. At tho
the I'rosa, and gcueral
7th. Resect and protection to tho
richla uf all
8th. The right of the State and
Territories Wad minister their own domes
Oth. Common brotherhood and good
v. ii n i ,1 I,,.,...
Will to all finrrwlu to thott.rit thn hulitr-
l.j.i if ATiitn.it: tA 1 1 it:
Hero ist ho. form of the oath which
they administer to thoec that wish to with
draw from the Know Nothing;
Oath. We, the undersigneds for rea-
i So help ua tjod 1 .
KUNSINQ TIIE PLATFORM.
YYbat tbiuk you, peuplo of Tennessee,
and of the South, when Andrnt Joii ' -m
publicly admit at a table at a Hotel, that
Ruchanan can't be vindicated, and that
tho Democrat moat run thoir l'lutform
and not their candidal' ! So oy John
(i. FiHiire'iN, Kk , and C.ov. Johnson
will not dare to deny it. The last "Nash
ville I'atriot" aays :
John (i. Ferguson, Kaj., in hia remark
, '"J "" u n"n";
. : ..., lul.un an..
... . :' -I,;..!. .1,. I...- .l
j Ut' Mr httma; muXrfrAfUtt could
; ( defended, and lhat llie aueceaa of
! the democratic party depended on running
the platform and not the man !
TIIE STANDARD ON JONES.
The KnnrrilU Standard had an edito
ria on (iov. June, the 17th nf April last
of which the following ia an extract :
W never have been an admirer of
June, nor do we ever expect to be, Iho'
we are willing to do him justice. We
bare alwnja looked upon him a a III M-
m o. We thought ao when the men who
now opp.avi him ao bitterly wcreeulogiiing
him to the akiea. We regarded him in
that light when in 141, be w first dag
from obeeurity out of the cedr glad-a of
Wilson eountv, and put forth as the chaui-
pi on of the whig party against the lamen
ted Folk lhat opinion wu confirmed
when we heard in that canvas, hi coarse
vulgar and empty harangue with which
he everywhere iles-ked and disgusted the
intelligent portion of the tu le. Again
was that opinion continued when intrigued
himself into the I ruled r-lulee Solium.
And aiill more recently when be lul him
elf down from the IncJi puaitiou he ou
eupied lo dabble ill tho dirty, pl of po
litical gaiiiblingand stump leaking ill the
campuign of IHU'l, aud averv ellort to ele
vate himself hua only tended to aiuk him
lower aud lower, and to day ho alauda a
In, ul on n pur with audi ea-Keuatora aa
lion Turuey and Holon Uoihind. Iu bia
tirst speech iu tbu Seuuto, thia Mu-audttr
aloioat ruarcd the ribbutia off the ladies'
UiuncU iu the gulleriua, aud tilled aveu
the lutlo messenger bo) a with luughtcr,
who bud never belurn liatcncdto I slump
speerli ill the Senate.
The wholu course of thia "fuaa and
leather" stall aman has booti inaiked by
the vile oalumiiy and iufamoua slander and
traduiiliuu which he hue heaped upon thu
uiau und uriiieinlea of the Democratic pur
ty. While the lute whig parly eiisted ho
wna tho ring-loader of the oluu who did
all the dirty work of tho purty. Ho did
it faithfully and ho did it well, in n'a uii,y.
Fillmoro'i Erio LottorA Fraud.
Tho dnjirrution of tho Doiiiocmtio
party ia ti be found in tho villauioui
fraud they aro duily practicing upon the
public, by tin mutilation of Mr. Fill-
more a Lne Letter. Here la the fnumii-
"lu . .... ,
tnl copv. aa it atipruni in the Ricliiuond
Kuijuirer, and all other Locofoco papers,
and as it ia used up in the stump by their
ttiMu Oia Kmiuirur.
The curliest imblio deiuoustrutiuu a-
gainst aluvcry of whiuh Mr. Fillmore ia
convicted by indisputable evid-noe, wua
i ...,i i I : . .1... ... .r .
iu Di:ie; and bore is the proof:
Tin Br!. Lallar.
lt'HAl.o,Oet. 17, 183S.
Sir: Your communication, aa a Chair
man of a Cuuimittee rppuinted by the
unii.i,,i.,.rv sneietv ot tho couutv of
anli-sluvery aociety ol tlio county
Krie ha just come to bond. You eolicit ,
my answer to the following iuterrogato- I
""J.., ynu bell(,vo tlmt putiti0n,
tl) (,,,,,( (1C subject of alavcry and
tho slave trudc ought lobo received, reud,
aud respectfully considered by the repre-
fcntativca of the people r i
i , ,
n..ii..n of Teins to this I'uiun. under !
, (.imnmancca, ao long an Bluves ure
. i ti 1
new uierciu r
.... .. . e -......
Jlnril. Are you ill luvoroi I ougresa ;
exercising all the cmslitutioiml power it
.,. i l,.,li.l, tin. iiiuiriiul slave
rn(jc telweep tho Statin f j
l'ourtli. Are you iu favor of iiuiiiedi- I
ate IcgUlalion fur the abolition of alavcry j
:. .i ii:...:.. f i- 1 V
j ,, cll(;al,j
I (.(ie U) cntw !nt(J M ariruiia-nt, or lo ex-
i plain at leio'lh my reasons for liiy opin-
II . . r. . J .. . .
. ,1)t 1 shall, therelore, lor tlio preacnt,
i coll(llnt myaclf by answering all your in
i terrogatoriea in the uflirmativc, and leave
' for ,o.e future occasion a
! Jiscusa.ono. tbewtj"'-
Here follows the original letter, gar
bled, mutilated, and cillaiitoutly iniarepro
aented, by a act of men who tiro now ad
vocating the election of an old gruy
headed Anti-alavcry, Anti-war, Anti-Democratic,
Low wages, l'ennsylvania Aris
TIIK OIUllINAL I.KTTEIl.
IIlkiaui, October 17, 1M8.
Sir : Y our communication, of the
Ifith inst., as Chairman of a Committee
appointed by the Anti-Slavery Society of
Yon solicitous jiii
First. Do vol
the county ot J'-rie has just come to uanu.
wcr to the totlowmg in-
: ' ...... ,. ...
' ""t- u" ""J "' " "-v -
I the slave trade, ought to be received,
read and respectfully considered by the
renrcaentntives of the Pooote ?
Second. Aro you opposed to tno on- j Ri, jts nitntion from the Aroostook Ui '( vtoua tiigtit, iu iroiu oi our uuun nuuso,
nexatiou of Texas to thia I'uion, under j tn() (j.jldon Horn . Who proniisea eoon- to addrcsa tho Fillmore Club, and in coin
any circumstances, ao long at aluvoa are olnT ; tlc pnvoinihent, and spends scv-1 forwnrd to apologiie for lint apeakiug,
'"'i,'!, !,Tin . . , , . : cn,)-fi "lillio"" P" ttnnu'."' on.AM of ' 00 account of bis extreme biatineness, bo
J bird. Aro you in favor of Congress i jt in .wlrainf! un$ corrupting Ha para- uu '
1 "erciMiig t
ill the oonsiitutional power it
! Pi l abuliali me iiiieruat nave
trnim tieiwen ine (-(Hies r
Fourth. Arc you in favor of iiimiedi.
r" lg"oi."" y" ""
i ,l, l),,ir;,. ,,f Ci.liiinliia ?
i : ." . . . .
1 " f-'- "U
I 10 fnter into an argument, or to explain
""f " J "V " -
I "Wl. therefore, tor the : present, content
I " 'f'K " "r l"",on- '
, - . II inrp.ura.
j di,. ;
I cussion of the aubjoet.
I i It! . . 1. . il f . : 1 I
WOWO, However, laao una occnMoi. iu
i " "w '
n i i- nA .r;.n..;u.. !.., r..,..lv
" v . ' '
leresi to tnoeo lor wnose auuragea i am .
candidate, 1 am oppoaed to giving any
pledge trial snail uepnve me uereaiter oi
all discretionary power. My own charec-
. c- .v. ...I
icr must ue ino guaram-c ior ma geuenu
. i - , i . .
, corree nes of niv leela atlve deportlte it.
r .. .
Ou every important aubjeet 1 am bound
to deliberate before 1 act, and especially
aa a legislator to posses myself of all
the information, and listen to every ar
gument that can bo adduced by my asso
ciates, before I give a final vote. If I
aland pledged to a particular course of
action, I cease to be a responsible agent,
but I become a mcro machine. Should
aubat(iient events show beyond all doubt
that the course 1 bad become pledged to
pursue waa ruinous to my constituents and
disgraceful tu myself, I have no altcrna-
live, no opportunity for repentance, and
I thoro i no power to absolve me from my
J. obligation. Hone, the impropriety, not
Ui auy absurdity, in my view, of giving a
I am aware that you havo not asked
any pledge, and 1 belicvn I know your
oound judgment and good sense too well
to think you deairo any auch thing. It
waa, howver, lo prevent my miarepreaen
i . ., ... .i . . i
laiionunmo pan oi oiuera, ittaa a ubvb
. .i . ? ..
felt it my duly to any thua much on this
Yery Respect fully,
Your obedient servant,
W. Mll.tJ", Km , Chairman.
Since tbia Krie Leller wa written,
llr.Nar Cl.AT published till statement to
tho world :
j "The foundation of my preference ia
that Mr. Fillnmie haa ailiiiioistcr.fi the
I Kiecutive lioverntnent with signal auc
I and ability He ha been tiied and
I found true, faithful, honest and onaeien
t Inoe more :
i "If there should be tloaw either North
i or South who desire an administration for
, the North ua against the South or the
I South aa agoinai the North, they are not
the men who should give their ouAragra
i to me; for my own part, I know only my
J country, my whole connt7, and nothing
j but my oouutry."
"I ran never oonaent to be one Ihing
' to the North ood another t the South. 1
' ahould despise myself if 1 could be guilty
of ueh evasion
I "ia the language ol the lamented, itn-
mnru.1 Cl.AT" "I had rather be right
"I con fens also that I am a Jevote.1
and unalterable friend to the Union."
Mil l AHU FlLLN'iRI..
DOCUMENTS I DOCUMENTS I
l''lll,MiiUt'a tsflfci li , iu pamphlet
form, Now HKAHirfor sale at tbia offioi .
I1U per one thousand eopio. Send iu
your urdora, aud circulate the uoblo speech
A Olorioui Lotlor.
The following letter from a sensible and
cousialunt Old Kino Whig, in West Ten
iicaaee, to a relutivu of bia iu thia county,
ia luuro to our liking than anything we
have scon, in the ahupe of a letter, aiuco
the present canvas upetied. Rend it,
Whiira. Amerieaua, Demoerata! read it
with care i
YYimaiw Hanks, Aug. 11, 18.ri0.
.lfy Y'dir iSVr : V uur Intlur of tho (ith
lust., waa received to day, and 1 hasten to
allow my appreciation ol your kindness by
writing nt once
You write aa though a contingency
might pi asibly occur which would induce
you to vote fur lluchanun. No such eveut
can occur to me. I have surveyed the
licld ; aud evuu if rillmore sluiuld be beat
a thousaud times over, I could not ao hu
miliatu uiyaeli'aa to vote for any democrat,
much leaa auch a hoary hypocrite und jug
gler aa llucbuiau lie haa b el nearly
torty yen in puuuc mo wiiuiuas ncoici
. j j i '
auid or done that wua iiingiinuiinoua or
, it . i. . i.-. i. ..
wiaef What la he but a trickster, a
weathercock, a trimmer, a moral uownrd,
u paraaitc, the Batterer of Jaekaouaudtbe
slanderer of Clay, without the courage to
deal like a man with cither of them 'I
What ia the Cincinnati platform but a
rtwindle 1 It ondorsea the Kansas bill to
catch the poor ailly Suth, and then its
......I ;.!.. t.niu on il )tm luiiiiillnr anvrpifrn-
ty construction to save the North. The
platform U done to be swallowed by nit
the democracy; but, in the language uf
old Ronton, "to lie jmked Vji mjain" by
those that duu't like it. They have al-
ready puked up the Internal Improvement
lugredient, by overriding poorlercea
two vetoa. And thu Senate baa just pull
ed up the ;no-l'oreigu ingredient by adopt
ing Adams' amendment to the Kansas bill.
They are death on tlus Tariff, and yet they
nominate a hih protectionist who voted
)r t"e UnB ot )S:4, 8-8 aurl M-.-
T h bvdioiihobia of l'edcraliam,
and yet iiuminate the mau that denounced
ii' .. i...i: l .1.. ...I...U 11........
dcueisun, .uuu ou uuu ua. ..o. av-
a.i.n in tii.irn Kiltnr lairillal tliun itnv fun I)
j -- - -y -
....u, 'llini. itr.ili.ua r-...nl Inc.. ll.r
" nuiB. . -
Uic )r people, tlio dear, people; auu
nouiiuuto an uHstocrat who wauted to ru-
duc wages to tlio Kuropcan alau iurd.
Tliu nisculs uiuko great prol'cssioiia of j
respect for old lino W higs. I uiidcrsuiud
I uur IjtcIirM. uinl tliov .nt tool inc.
ua for twenty yeura, and hunted old Clay
to bia grave like a wild beast ; arid if wa
l i i: i.. . . : j 1 .. U'... 1. : ....
had a candidate now ; if (jeu. Washing-1
ton wit alive aud wua uur candidute, tho i ,, family, and would not probably (ill hia
wicked wretchca would paint him blacker ; oppoiritments in the last few counties, and
than Satan. 'I hey are a pretty act to cull ,ia( nt) drunuueed the invention and pro
oil us to help Ihcui out of dunger. Who pngntion of the reiort in the most often
brought the country to ita present puss? hjvo language. Sirs, 1 hivo to reply to
Who kindled aud fanned, by their eternal j t,iS ti,nt ( J0V. Jones intended then to
harangue, tins abolition tluuicr it iio ar-1
rnyed the North and South against each
other, und dug the gulf tlmt nowaeparutea
us? Who furnished the abolition candi-
datea for the I're.siden'-y from X44 down?
hat are liiimcy oud uu uuien ana
i i til o aud Fremont, bit. demoerata ? Who
invited and encouraged tho tide of immi
gration which ia about to overwhelm the
lund t Who pandered to tho unholy paa
oions, tho wild i'.m, the lawless cupidity
of the rabble? Who stimulated and cre
ated the luat of conquest and annexation,
regardless of our prophctio wnrninga
gainst the da.igora of expansion and an-
jefviaiif Whim"" c"vet " 4 ii-Awy
to htkai. the island ol Cnbaf Who ia
ever ready lo bully foreign" powera, to get
the credit of bravery at home? Who
"thunders in the index", aud fails in tho
I ppi-forninnc-e? Who pledges to put down
t ,,u Llv..rv li.r.nGui,m " hh.1 fnrtliwith he.
jte, f Wbo denounces, as midnight con-
Biiirutora. tboao who love their own eotin-
trymen better than the Iaizunroni and I'd-
. . l.;urore? Who prencbes up liber
- Hmy d toleration lo on, arm yei oaira-
:' .J I..,. J. .. U'l.in
I i ana iiui.1,- uu... .."i h,
I American or Democrat that dare, lo think
it hat light havo you or 1 got under
the Federal (iovcrmnent ? Aro we not
more under the ban than ever poor here-1
tio wa under the anathema of Holy Ho- t
nt'.n Church ? la not the lowest Irish ,
laborer on your railroad fitter to till any
Federal office iu Kost Tcnncseo than
l.'.-mxrr Atrxaiutrr : and in a contest lie-
tweun them, would not the Foreigner beat
Dowu with thia monster, say I. Down
with this foul, false moekerv 1 tbia veiled
( Iiril,ilet 0f Khorassan ! Down with tins i
.tupendous linposluro !
j C()Uj fju a (pure at thia rale. 1 go
j for j.'jilmoro jf Du other man in the 1'iiion
goca with me; and such powers aa (iod
ha given nic ahull be devoted lo bia cause.
Y'our aunt are a ardent aa 1 am ou this
subject. We will have a hot contest here.
I have to take acme part in it; and will
make my firnt speech on tbo Kith at Ma
Bou'atJrovo. - -mm - '
J.OTWO did not hear the apeechofCnpt
Williams last Saturday night we hail,
been apeak i ng in
Rlount, and returned late
at night. Rut thoae who did hear liiui,
any bo wa a bitter in bia opposition lo
Fillmore, aa be pos.-ihly could have been
in ISoO, when Fillmore' I'ualiiiaatcr (ten
era!, turned hia fathrr-in-ltiK, lluiill (!HA
II AM out of the 1'ost Office at Taiwell !
Thn Ttflmrwatin Mn.ua FailnrA,
The Maaa Meeting and llarbceue by
j .1,. Vonan Catholio Democracy, came
off hm Thursday. It waa the most
i nam. . muni rot.iire inai ever oanic oil in
. . 'F . . " . . . .L .IT!
t. . -ii .' .i . r
Not more than two hundred and fifty
pcrwina composed the proceasion. The
muaie wagon wa filled with t'orri.jmr,.
rvnoaviuc, in ine name oi any pany.
And Foreigner, dnu.kand swearing, did
the ahouting, mostly in nn ynkmnrn
Vmijvr. '. They had, at tho Stand, about
whet we usually have at our Club meet
ing in the street any tvmi to wine hun
dred, mostly Americana, who were thoro
through a deairo to Witness their failure !
They failed lo have apeakero there, and
had to fall back upon H of Auu, who en
trrtained the crowd with a dry, and badly
delivered apeeeh, defending hi apoetaey
from the American ranks, and telling the
crowd that he Wu never initiated in a
CoUQil, but in a elure ifl DanJridjr. !
What will the Democracy think of thia
omMr, to whom he denied, eolcmnly.,1
time and again, last auuimer, that he ev
er wo initiated inlo the party I
A I night, the small gen? let off in turn,
and thn ended the farce. W( felt sorry
for the leaders who bad contributed t.ieir
money aod time, to get np a krone. Ii
waa no fault of their they wrote letter,
and lent out bilk, but the honest trull, is,
the people of F.al Ti nn'se, ar ft Fill-
mora, aud they oun't ba luduoed tu about
for any one else I
1'. H. It. 0. I'alue, Railroad Commia
aioncr, made some rouiarka after Walkiua,
and made a better apeueh than Wuikiiia
did, but offended aome of Iho Rcmuciiili
by admitting that Rucbaiiau waa once a
Xloleon Annual Coufuronoo.
Tbo time for holding the Session of the
Ilolston Amiuul Cuufcrnuee, ill Knoxvillc,
haa been i banged by RlNilup Anihikw,
aud will coniineiicii on the 'J-lid of Oelo- ;
. . - . .
SWKC.T WatKR Cl.l II. The pro-eed-iuga
of the Killmore ami Douelson Club,
al Sweut Water, came too luto for publi
cation in thia weck'a Whig, but ahull ap
pnar next week.
Alabama Domoorauy A-lurraudl
There were ei;i( tlujuiind persons at
the American Man Mueliiig at Selinu,
Alabama, on Ulst inst. and a correspon
dent of tbo M'mtijomrrji Mail who wua
p relent, thua uicntiolia a Jlrmm ratio Se
cret Cinulur which wu discovered aud
reud In the meeting :
"We have diaeovered here a aecret cir
cular issued from the Montgomery Advcr
tiaer office, warning the demoerata that if
they do wit bestir theniaelvca vigorously
and iiistantcr, that Alubuui will be car.
ried fur Fillmore. It eulla lustily b r help
and aaya that the State ia in danger of be
ing lost In lluchanun. Thus it admit
confidentially and aecrotly to ita own par
ty what it deuics to the world."
Aaron V- Brown on Gov. Jouoa.
In the Nashville l.'uion of Oct. 117th,
1848, there ia a roporld aud oorreoted
speech of (Jot. llrown, who canvassed
with (ioT, Joiici, and who came very
near fighting about iiieatioua nf wconVy,
on uiore occasion! than one (iov.
Rrowu thus cloaca iu upon the "Old
Line Whig" liovernor in ibis October
(lov. llrown anid be waa turpriacd nt
the course t iov. Jones had pursued; that
be held it dishonorable; aye, dishonorable,
is tho word for one advesury to assail
another iu his absence, or when bia hands
were ticl, and he knew no reply could be
made. Thia course, said be, wna not the
rule of high and honorable debute.
liut, aire, I understand from reporta
ble authority that at I rnuklin, (if lie did
it hero, I did not hear it) he complained
, ( himu.ward fr0, Mia-
: .iKeippi, 1 fabricated and propnguted a re-
I purt that he aim probably bailor would
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wnm home on aecnrint ol the sieknesa of
ralsc a question ol personal veracity wild
' ,nc j vum lm 0 remember that in all
1 (,a, rolajca to veracity, he lives in a glasa
i house an frail that a boy'a marble can
j (mash it all to pieces.
DISCUSSION AT LOUISVILLE.
On Saturday lust, we accompanied Col.
R. . BliAiuiiiN, one uf the Amciicau
Klectoral candidate, to Louisville, in
Rlount county, where Jo tawia and John
' 11. Cruzicr bod out printed bills lo apcuk
on the iaauea of tho day.
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como up, but
Lyon in bia place. It wua (.'ol. lliubaon'
fault that Crozier did not go, ulthough the
Colonel did not intend to prevent him, but
ou tbo contrary, desired to meet him in
debate, llrahsnn was called upon the pre-
auuuimccu. llm oe e.,, ... ,.. ,.u,.
t roner me next uay, ai iouisviuo. jiiis
knocked the fat in thofiro! Croiicr heard
the announcement, backed square out, and
sent the Mnjor over, giving tho frivolous
: ' '
ther-m-law, Capt. V illiama, had come to
. him. W hon the Democracy want
apecch out of Orolior, they must give him
an assurance that no man will be there to
reply, who knows bia record I .
Rut, the speaking went nn. Young i
Lewis occupied the aland first, and pitched
... k- v,i,;ni.l,n,.,
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corruption! aud tmconititutioniilitu, at a
j dying rate, and quoted largely from the
, Knoxville Whirr !
Col. Rtabson followed in a Idling, argu-
mentative, and eloquent speech employ
ing bia hour to better purpose, than we
have over koown any apcaker to do. Ho
arrayed ail the odioua political aina of
Ruchanan, and tho absurd and inconsis
tent measures and principle of hi party,
and wound up with a dofenae and portrait
of Fillmore, couched inbnruing language,
and delivered in tone of lofly and ini-
ionod ,,K ,U(.h f(.w
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mwuia Id. n.vi.w nf III. mlii.i.a ronnrrf
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Ul rilUIDI UUI liailUII. 1..M. V.IV V. II. t." II.IH-h
aeorching pieces of eloquence, we have
listened to aiocc the opening of this cam
paign. , Ho waa listened to with marked
attention, and hi apecch had a fitto effect.
Ilia district, of which Rlount oounty ia a
part, ia destined to make a heavy gain.
Maj. Lyon, a good Whig, but a politi.
. cal nn'. followed, and occupied hi
i 1,our' '" n """eeeaafu! effort lo cxcue
' 5lr- Ruehanau'a contradiet..ry, absurd and
inconsistent career in politic. The Ma-
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lor alala-il that the llnni.kpraLa in hiil ns
I Aonci Mr l'ill""rc, were not aiocere, and
i lh,7 But enUtrlaiii the favorablo
opiniona they had expressed, eitherof the
man or hia odnihnatratiot I And a to
the Catholic, he donied that they ao
knowledge the supremacy uf the Dope, or
that they owe any allegiance to the I'ope
of Rome 1 The Major ia old euough to
choose for himself, but uur advice to him
ia not to make political speeches, but to
atick to the legal profession I
We wound up the ball iu a speech of
one hour and a half, a we refused to be
limited. We commenced our address by
atating that our neighbor Lewi had now
gone far enough in hia war upon Know
Notbingism, and that kit peculiar relation
to that Order must now I set forth. We
told of his difficulties in gelling into (he
Order of onr swearing him in on dark
night of the mijrrmu with which lie
took the obligations of his demand of
A nn strung to run before lbs Councils fur
the noiiiinstion as a candidate for the lrg
iilatnre of the written obligation ho en
tered Into, a well as his aworn lo obliga
tion to abids by the nomination, and lo
lupp'irt Ihr nominee of hi crawfishing
out uf both, and Bucking to bring out
another candidute aguiu.t Anuatmug, be
oauae be had got the uumiualiou ovorhiui
and dually of hia acknowledging, in a
privuto ruutu aiueo, to two ruapcotablo
yuuug men, that ho uaiue into tht Order
only to aeeure a aunt iu the Legial.turo I
Tbia last churge Mr. Ixfwia denied in
to-lu, prouuunced our iufurinaiita lit.ra, and
demanded their liainea. Wo gave him
the name of JOHN M KLK.MlNli aud
MOSKS WIIITK, whoui wo endoraud,
und whom the people woulj emlurse, when
limy iimu in cunllict with Mr. Lewis!
We now add, that tlnco other gentle
men were ptewiit, ami austuiii I'leining
aud White, iu thia buuo uf veracity. Wo
adiise Lewis, aa it ia now customary, tu
chargo the departure from truth, in thia
case, on (irn. Jaikmn,M he aecuia to
have fabricated oil the alandera ugainat
Iluchamiu und Clay I Wo advised Mr.
Ix'wia then, and we repeat the aaiuu now,
when he chooses to spuuk where we are ti
take part, to auy nothing about Know
Nutliiiigisin, or wo will cause the affair lo
go off al hia eipeuac.
Su ended tho discussion, and if the
Democrats were aatialiod, we know the
rruu Uu U..II.III. I4lrl.a.
Jamea C. Jones a Prophet.
Ho aaid, iu a speech at Lebanon, Sept.
7th, 1841, " If a party thua recllosa of
conseiUeuca; thua unmindful uf the high
and solemn obligation! of patriotism,
ahull be continued in icer, what immu
nity will the moataacred iiistitutiuua of gov
ernment, the most valued and cherished
aafeguaida uf aociety, final from their ruth
nssaulra; will o irt'o treat and moat cheri
shed of household gods, hud security from
tlicfuul dcmnnlikc spirit of ngrarianisiu nnd
llioboeraey, that pervades the Bcrriedrauka
of Louoloisin. No, air, there ia notions ao
pure, ao aucred as to bo able aucceasfully
to rebuke the mildness of auch a spirit,
or defy it malioe or cupidity. 1 wnru yuu,
my countrymr.il, to pause solemnly before
you givo your conudence or support in
auch a party with auch principles nnd
practice. Rc not deceived by the ayrcti
aong of Democracy anying all is well,
lay not the Battering unctiou to your souls
if thia party bo continued in power; ero
another fourth of century has made up ita
record, you or your children may, when
tilled with vain and fruitless regrets, find
your only comfort in madly hugging the
iron letters that bind you to a hopeless
destiny. May the Oud of Washington
and Liberty avo thia once happy people
trorn a fn to an fearful."
"1 warn you, my countrymen, to pause,
pause solemnly buturo you give your con
fidence or support to auch a party with
auch principles aud
We have before ua a dirtyHaiiofiico pa
per of the li 0 1 1 i list. , styled tho "Ranuer
of Liberty," published at Middlctown, N.
Y'., in which John Rri.L, of Teuuessce,
ia represented as having "renounced all
allegiance to all former political tiea and
entered the Democratic ranks." This is
the more amusing, aa Sknathii Hki.i. hud,
eight or ten day previous to tne dale oi
thia pr, in bia place in the Senate, de-
j dared himselt in fuvor of Umaiouk and
DiiNKl.iioN, und gavo bis rea8ons lor aup-
porting them in prclorenco to uuehauan
and jsreckeurnige I
The orator of that party arccverywhoro
representing J. Sci.TT Harrison, of Ohio,
JuihiE SlliiUTKllKiK, of Alabama, W.M.
R. Rkk.ston, of Virginia, and a host of
other distinguished Fillmore men, as hav
ing gone over to Ruchanan. Their object
accni to bo, to lie honest men out of
countenance. Their game i one of brag,
and when Ibcy tell or publish a lie, which
is a daily business, they aim to make it
equal to truth, by sticking to it!
knoxvFlle CUSTOM HOUSE.
Wo are ploiucd to know, that through
tho untiring energy of our Representative
iu CongrcM, Col. Sskkii, the bill baa
passed both Houses of Congrcs, appro
priating S!)7,000 fur the erection of a
Custom House. I'oat Olhco, and a Federal
Court Room, beside money to purohase
the ground upou which to build. For
particular!, we give the brief letter of our
IIiiusk or llrv , Aug. IX, DviO, I
111 o'clock, A. M. J"
ywr SVr ; An appropriation of eighty
eight thousand dollars with ten per cent,
added for contingencies, and an indefinite
additional amount to purchase a location
has paMed both Houses, for erecting at
Knoxville, Tcnncnace, a Custom House,
Court House and l'ot Office the build
ing lo be of atone fire proof throughout
aixly by eighty feet and sixty foot high.
Y our friend,
WM. II. SXKED.
Fillmore Party in Maesachu-
The Mate Convention of the Fnlnaors
Tarty in MasaachtiaettB wn held at Uoston
on the 20th inat Then were 619 delegates
in attendance. Auo A. I.a aiaca, one of
moat popular nnd able men in the State, wn
selected as their candidate fur Governor and
Homer Foot for Lieulrnant tloiernor. A
full electoral ticket waa nominated Win.
Appleton and Charles E. Siockbridge, Stat
The Iloston Ledger saya with regard tc
lha Stale Ticket :
W need only to point to our ticket, and
ask our reader to vole (he name of Ilia
candidate. A belter Itrk't waa neror pre
sented lo the people of Massachusetts. It
will hear aludr, and the mors It ia atudied
the better it will run.
Of the Convention, the Ledger slao aaya :
The Convention, yeal.rday, waa a most
gratifying triumph of the genuine, Nalionsl,
Conservative, Massachusetts feeling of the
working men nf all classes in MaMaeliuacli.
We ntuat acknowledge that w were tarsi
agreeably disappointed in the numbcre and
enthusiasm of the assembly. Il waa s fore
taste nf the feeling- that will actuate the peo-
I pie or the stale al Ins ouming election.
The Tmntripi, apposrd to Fillmore alvi
i y i
It a Maual alat.es over In. Pnt..rli,.n
it aiua'l lie admill-d that tits friends of I'tll
annrs elacAd the tinea! men, or else the po
litical eheminry to wnicn l lie party haa twn
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The Boston Daijr Adrrrtitrr make the -following
announcement of the preference .'
of th most eminent and distinguished '
Whigs uf MasssckuMlts:
Wa learn that a paper was In circulation t
yesterday for ignature among the H' hire '
ii, ii-iriru. a uuiiima uu, ma rira auiu
of thia city, and thai Ilia namra of Messrs.
Kdward Kvsrett, K..lrl C. Winlhrop, W m.
Applelon, Ueorg ). Ililiard, and Luther V.
Itell wars appended, with others. The sign
ers slsl lhat, before eipreaaini an opinion
on Ih rreidenlil question, II..T hd de
Slatted In awail the arlioa nf llw Whia Hlals
('..nvenlion, to ba held nn th Ihini of Sep.
lemher l bst finding that their silsnee nv
thai reapeet hsa 'been sniainlerprrted, thef
take lloa seeaaina aa say lhat thay snt.rta.it
a iWidrd areleninrs I't Mr. I illiam over
either uf lbs other candidates.