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Executed at fbia office with aeatnessand dt
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[From the Dayton Empire.]
. -.i; ieoiiCLi'DiD.) '. i,' i, ,
j." At to tb etirdet or (be men would thai
, ell tbemieWe tu be- false written, Mi. V,
T, "'d that he held a ppej in hi band eipnei
bf ikia tarn poor nnfortanate mn, .'wtiicb
. , ould etiow wbat b wai . Retpect for Es
picb'a deeeated lather, nd aympaibyt for Jiia
'.. , tnniily, prevented blrn from reading the record
tf husiiama, . r ,.. A v .
(Here loud and repeated eriea weBt up from
. a certain nortion of the rmi.iu r
...... i . ... :. ..."
renu ICOU IC1U 1" 'MO gOt DOlhlllgr'
, "ti'aonljra blank paper " and cootradieiory
cnoa of "don't rwd, we know what it is ;"
and finally tome of Mr. Ejpich'a rin call
ed for the reading. Mr. Vsllandigham Vben
i,.--. said that b would read it. He then read the
miner aitfnf Jf.narw t A -ttiAa k., n u t.
I 1 O - - - w .. . . v. JU. A
! picb, aeknowledgin; himself guilty of bavtng
; slandered the wife of aha. man who owned
4. . ; neJ"'P. rerraciiag tbealamler and leging
- for forgrverteaa j Sir, said Mr. V. beginning
tbua two ream ago at the slanderer i f female
haraorer, be Jiaa oonlinued true to- hit m-
ttincts totb last, : . .,. rH.',.. r .
, j,. Sucb it e chtracler of !he men who are
aubomed and pu$ faneanS in this matter.
' ' And now I have- only -to ar fnriiier, thai
i to far from having the conversation set forth
j, iu this statement, 1 nerw. utter, at any time
prior to thai eleolion, in any place, bad on
conversation with ifaij maq'Epich on the
eubjeotaill ;-. , t .
K.';V. apoks next of a certain affidavit
which bsd J)n produced from one Henry
-' Sialfly Mr. Edwin Pairott, and which, as
Staley interned it to read, eimply,!tlated (hat
, 6 r.8tale) wae onct present in tjie Lodge at
, Manjgoiaeri Utiie,.hen bia .fntbet now
dtad) told biro that the ir.aQ they were inina
5-tiag Wssjkln Vsllandigliam, but thai he. km
,rMtlf lntwthig about it and did not know
i,-0i4 had nnxr itrn JUr Vulkndigham. , Tint
. rTulavii, Ms. V. said, be knew lo be in exis
- utfenc, and te had beard ,lbst it did not rt-ad
as8uiley dejignrd it to resd. He (Mr. V.)
denisniled that it should be vroauerd and pub-hrktd.-ia
bad light to see it, and he meant
'.iilo be it.vAnd be now challenged and dared
. bit libellert and slanderers who were in the
h iasa eenspirtcy to go on with their dirty wrk
v.. and get-up .buedred such alotemenla and
, afQdavits. false isrbled. orahowiui inmtr nr
M moment. He nieent lo see thai the scale
.... . owic!
1J"1 ,1a . V V? in, he '.d
a .L i TiT TV -( -.iMin
that ho ou Id emerge (fomib din and
ftmoke of the conflict tea, joss and n-iscaihtd.
n j:t .I? IBmed, '''J f wis
DrCsmpbe ; He wanted next ta know if
'llT'V " " enricucnng
aflljStfmiil fur .ho K ih.W Knlk.ni.'i: Ot. Ik. .
- - -viii. -g pi uiiAiict.
phia in which the Nor h and Souitr whre to
eiiite and rba alavery question declared "an
fiCTSibn wsne," and wro for bit pnipa got a
awrere tcourging from Horace Htm-lev f Was
; he the man alro who tariied m hit pocket"
f, ctnain heikr froirt Salmon P. Chatse; and
then ttied to dodge rmt of the fact in hit ccr-
j itrpuiiucui v wuu vnories Anuetson, tiH cor
nered by Ihe prrtoft 1 He wanted lo know-if
hiacompetiier was l be L. D. Campbell refer
;re to in thjt 'tmous vflghting'-' letter of An
dersop's dated at Eaton, October 2, 18S5, and
- hich had sueer been atnarrtd to tkit duy?
" Iu that tetter Anderson had wsuted lo know
. " why, Campbell couldn't keep berter. toteth--.
::t." - There Wat not ta much of him, that be
r;l"thonld get hit limbs tangled up.- Su it wss,
,"-the -VButler 'Pony waa, in jockey phrase,
t-Vali abroadj" and aaid Mr.s V.' he't "all
Abroad" yet, and never caa recover his iroV
though ho talktao largely of '"just walking
ever the-track' and tbowrng o pair of clean
illtelt.":v ;',;-V ' ' ..j -v. :m5.t;,)
Again, wae la the tnan IlO ohe twh if
. September 1885, went to the Republican Slate
, Convention at Pituburgh,- and attempting to
n thrun hit Know Notbingism opon M, got se l
, tf.-elyiebuked by the Pittsburg Gszet-e, and
M'err promieed W "lay it aside" for the pre
Vnlf 'Wat- 4e the man who wrota a letter
' laat fair denouncing theTrimbhririen as "sore
' heads" and the Uriioii merr "boo hooa,".
and then in February last at the Fillmore rat
" iflcatioo meeting, undertook ine jab bf savin
a thai ITfiifltf -llllnaillr 1 anil ninn....! , IV. 1.......;.
. v , . .. M ,.. u Jl vn-1. U U III IV
" for trifle because whan he-was "r.if infant
" bif the Ohio fivar.U. the Kentucky regiment
itriveo: just in time to jscbo' Urn (this sweet
Vannir in. 'unit fmori ll.o ahalnlna L..,f. ..c k.
- - . .. . .... is nun, v, i ii r
.V ta.. . r . . i. r. , . ...
ragr pncu oi orHim W0IU I " . a . s .. . , .
,t 'Wai It the maii who war a csrididale for
,.fP,er,andaidn'i wanl "a caucus ' becaose
,, he thought be eoold ''fiV things up'' with
- "both ibe Know Nothings and the Republicans,
anil thon miarrOllit iwlil, finh...Ud .r 1 1. .
. -j " i . iouvuiqi vi lac
Cincinnati Gaeette, because be told him he
vuiiiu o4 wiu anu auvieeo mm to decline
..Was he the man who pending (he ballotings
. . .. . . . . .... Sim ue iibii writ loiucii iu
. . decline, moved lo put Mr Orr of South Curo
Una, in the chair over Mf. Banks bead.' Was
" it the man who was a canlidate for Uniled
' fitatea Sennior against Wade, and didn't gei
' ailonlor t rWu it ihai ..ir ..... r r
. . . . ' - 1 . I II M ,1. II .am, iicwa xi
t XampbeH," who even aspired ta the JVssWmi
-r m ii uio vincinnsu tvommrreisi tniu
: "wtt the ohoice of one or two School Dit-
Xrleftor that "office," and who upon the
etrengih of it got up (list pensive looking Ilth-
ograpn whioh Wat -found hanging1 op.in the
" iar-rooms,rttlooni tnd livery siablet all over
a ibt Uistriot T ; Wat he 4 be man who in bis Mr.
samoua rHlmore ratification apeecB of Febru
V "'nr'38 156, declared that ke bad aeverdeserl-
"tard the Whi hajtv .r.,i; n,.i.ih. iq.l
I Ai Wahut . . . i ..ill... , .
-i7 -i jean ueioie ne nau ooasiea 01.
.VIltlakiMli... . .. .. A. . .... .
, . " ineijia wi$ uusnj ami
.....i.ig . ,1111(0 neairti v.- wrto "pro
rntiil the Whig party then "defunct in the
abstrsct," and thought aU other paniet In t
State of "confut on canfimled ?'. -Whri then
-elorified "hia minent friend from KaMneky,
Mr; Crillendeh," beeaase hn-Whir, they
!bad fr.ught--abiuidea to aboulder wrrnocT
-'.'tornakiicr TO oaobaaMirC.r.'. lines f Who
then Aral discovered that all our troublea orir.
Inated with 'the MggerMe 1he wood pile,
-and'-wbo pfoposed' to take hirn'out tif-the
m roodpile( declare tlaveiy "aa outside issue,"
and retiiing with 'the two dittingnisked gen-rtlerm-e
from' the South (MrvCrittendeiy tnd
Mri Poryear,") fi up the whole biminest in
"aa anta room-ib tee mintitet I"'. -W bo lwn
ed then' from this "melancholy-theme"' uo
X Titcb into the Para, deolariag; that ifin papal
'- lands the (alien protestael .Americana eould
Dot be consigned to their resling ploce in mo
HJier earth with ftr much decenr tespect as r
arilPIM PoFSinlin irt t m.rl.. lb .II.b.J I. I... '
ivi..j. wauivill. ( u.llClli., II. aijuncu I If UC"
wtlow on the buriatof his Newfohndland Hog,"
vv; and yet today was found vigorously and ar---
dently pretending lo tiipnMl Fremoau wbom
the flirty at whow- raiifieatioir rnetlig he
- -tpoke five monthaaffof were tn king out to be
- fcliBStlf a 'Catholic t Was. be .1he , man whti
' then dcoouuCtJ to furiously foieip landi for
- :" T -" ""-'T- ,'."V V . . ,- - .... ;,.v-:-X'v' '' ' ' ",,',,.
;B7 L. Q.GtOULD.
"Fearless and F ee."
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$l,5Cp e r Annum I n Advanc e .
EATON, PREBLE COUNTY, 0, OCT. 9, 1356:,
Vol. 13, No. 16.
dicforcinr from thtir h,i,i;
peit hoMtet, their psions and their fAwreas
Tgnm," ana now n lomul mskinespeech-
eS With "diAtinfFHi.hrf MntlnmAii rv.in. a-..
msny," and pennading "young German. dem
orraU'l to vow for him I And finally who.
analntfipjiil fnr all fliin hv Mvinv I. a ..b k.
I ' O - 1 -7- m .' v" iv Hill.
self iu a lal of ''confusion tonfuxzled t" -
"Bnin, wos v is. v;inp&(ii the man who a
few dava after went to Gemnrtawn in
- . . fi.iiCT,
snolher Fillmora mf-Htina. anil rrai.i na;H
4lit l tie "slavery -question was an outBide
rswer Was he ii, mn for wh?m the Ham
iliori f ntelliveiidtfi ikd thf-m. tk. n.nnur
this Distriet ' o. tusprid tbir Judgment lilt
me myjiery,- were cleared opi" anif whereup.
on the Commercial very q!e!ly proposer,that
they had better "resume their judgment and
ruipend their rrpreirnlatite;" who came twwe
furious add pitched besdtong into "reporters
and itifas pnpprs," and waked up Mr. Hal
stead pf the Commercial, who in a style wor
thy of Sxluey Smith, had "done the things up
for him? Mr. V. then, read at length an nr
tide from the Commercial en Campbell's Sen
atorial and Presidential aspiration, winding
up wilb to declaration that be (Campbell;
bed not come up to the expectations of the
people, and thai with his sijjfct weakened by
nftlhilinn. hnrl fai)tt tr nhtpn-a If...., a',.... m,'
papular. disapproval which to a disinterested
iiikii, wvimiu u..c yecu uuviuua auu unavoiua
Agnin Mr. V. would ask, was tiia competi
tor iht man who received so many denuncia
tory lellprH flflA nf ll. noliccf n'f thuiM
, . w. ... HQ-Idl V. (It. Ill IVt
marked vEaton,. charging l.im .with having
kuiu oui nis wno.-e siscK ut uoe lo ihe South
and inviting him to resign and take up his
ii anu come nome,n: another ftom snoth
ei quarter iu Trebles informing him thai in
that region Ihey wer seriously eonlempluting
burning him in effigy. Mr, V. refered to
Csmp'-iell t speech ai Ea-on in April, 1855, as
reported in the Register. '
Was hiA rnmnntlliir Him ianu nion ef wk.ni
- , ui .(kiii u w llirili
IJals'ead bad aaid: " "The diffiuultv is lhal
ovqipueii insiMa ou brenKing down himself.
Mia movmi.ntfi fur linniA nn.ni!.i, nn..t .1....
-- .... ...,! 't3. OIIIIW
coticlusively' lo a close observer tlmt he hs.i
oeen mcoiiniing on me propriety or quitine
the fem7 "nigger business," and selling up
a a tfWrtttfe, "national Statesman: Bnt no
ta. Wuboily wiU tuke htm at Aia aim nolwiliim.
Wheil Ite liluiniil hntn tn m.ili I.ia li,ill.n,u
- ... u.Hnu i,ib mimiitr
ratificauon speech all jight. Woe unto bim,
no was unexiiFCtec: v rnor'rd imm u.
WnMhtnutnii Knffh wni.l.l..' .In b i -w..
His hoinn fncm'Ji ukim'I iln
nia nuine fpeecn won't ; at Wash nglnn.
jSuch are the rewards of di.hone, Was
iueii ine ipan 01 wjiom aciiouliT lot Cm
tured Jrnnaii Gnoe formerfv, now of the Slate
Ijournal.J had said: "It rs ciuel for Mr
Campbell to speak unkind Of nempaper,. (ut
, aimj mad hi,a a. they have ma.rTothers
jw..:. great men. lie is more Jibuti to
newspapt rs lujr !he npsiijon l,e now holds tn
cvnii;s Ui any public piao of my acqurin-
tanee. l.-.e liati nnvor rmlH in mii-. ....
wicwrpapers wnen opporiunity olftrod. After
iciuiuc iiuino aeveiai leuers pnssea uetween
US. anil minprnl . ufi4-A 7i.mj.in. A;.' i....l.
to-'niflir compiimeulary ntilicn of him ultich J
pranrni ic uuHru nuTjr com fa mia mm ua
zrltrf. ... . '
..Again: .Wat the man who was runnins
sgninsn bim, the same Lewis D. Campbell.
who was chosen as aecond in a duel by the
einvaiiqus uuriingnme, anil ns second fixed
the placed rrHeting in Canada, where it was
...... I 1 1 , . . , . . .
euvi i n wm aaiu i no cnniiengtii party mignl
choose his 0.WD d'-ttance, .Very tiue, perhaps,
but he, fMr. V.) never before knew it to be
fixed to far off, Ue had heard of ihe Minnie
rifles carrying twelve hundred uaidi, and
bhsrp'a ride too) and be had .himself a fine
Old "Orilinarv Wfrl!orn vtflo" nn.l tM i; I...n
dred yoids, and he rmher thought be knew
now ,io use it. uui a rille carrying stven hup
drarrniiiia.. wSa Etttolv nr amu, ii.oiiiir.
. ' . . , .. HW w . ii . v 1 1 1 rJ 1 1 1 auu
ought to superca.'e Sharp and Minnie entirely
... : f . t .. .. . I...1...
no weni in iu ine rvsoipueii rifle now ex
clusivelv. . .' '."''
Mr. V. Wnrifoll ' altn. ln rinw if II to Jf,
uamnHt ii ajrrio.ujii,. i.ii.i M...I
L"ibal he regretted be was not principal in ibe
aftair..u.fK M D.n..l... , , ..... ...i.. ....
..mi., .iiii .ij,, ..uiuunu, -.ami jrei only if 00
icerAs Irfore when reported ss bavioi spoken
disrespectfully of Brnoka, promptly disclwmtd
whereupon Mr. Brooks expressed bis gteal
satisfaction in couslileraiion thereof;.
Sir, aaid Mr. V., 1 have before ine Ihe Wash
ington Slat with, ihe cortespoodence between
ihe.e two gentlemen. .j,.., .
Agaio I Mr. V. wanted in know if t,'m oom.
pstilor was ihejsariie t. D. Campbell who on
iBin-orjnne last, allempted to make a
apetoh atari Old Lhia Whig meminira! CoppV
loon in .Wsshliigiori, and was bitted down
boasting of bis Know Notbingism, and pur
sued by a mob at his heels 1 Perhaps he would
turn un next - .v)ian..rroi iu.in. -
i . , ., i, vi.iui bi Builie
Uemoeralro; rneetmg;' indeed, the Baltimore
Argus and Republican had actually published
SOIlie BlOlllll BHO that Cnninlioll wn. .i. I..
, ' , " , f" " " I.IIUI1KI1
suspected of a dusire to "w0rk his way" into
uemocralio party? and Mr. V. had himell
lionnl uiIiiIm in WiiLiiuha. i...i f ...
" ... ., ........giui, ia .i ajuy, lf fu.
thai if Dwouas was nominated, Camp-
rr.j uiu au,,oii Ulllli - ; j .
Mr V.. deinaiiiioit a'n In ttin.tf'ii.u.ii..it.
. .. "IICUICJ II
the si'tne Csmpbc-ll who wrpie (hat fa
aioiia'ftniiins.likft lHor In A i.n.. n .:.,u
Joly last, which Samuel B, Brow unable
nnnauie, nau Tiuaira so elk'CHially, and
which the Cnioinuaii Commercial hilifsaid r
smells ot tha loili-o. find tMi1l' Am if tl l.ax.l
. a . II l IIIU I
i.,.,Ha3 he, u man. m whose behalf
-'... ... .iivbv Mviioii 1
m COnvenlior , bad so earnesllt
at he mutt! '-tia aufTnred In nniro. of
entreated, that he might ' be sufTered to corr.e
Id hit faoirly; awl attend to hit suffering
private: interea: n.-jd MtcupeFaie his .wasted
ntivsical ivilem f Vm k. ii,a ...k.
r' ..- j B.,Jar. iii, nai, wait,
ccording to 'Ut soma tiuiioriiv, (oid there
no abler; betltf, or rrfor refiable man fn
enmniunitv." it i a h Rkuattt n nnAiuu . r...
e . M.u.(ui si., uMinn,; a ICH
months ago "had been slapping his bresst be-
-tjio-wu pr yeiung rillinoro men. and
thankintr (Inii ho .iaa a V ....u. v..ihlM n ....i
wljose. Know No. ningisni, .Brown bad said,
would "cotl the "Republicans riva iiundkkd
trrfit' in Mimtgnmery county If he were nomi
nated t't. Wa be the man of, whom Brown
said in convention '.'there it nnt one sin
e bonrst hair in iiia kpil f" WnU 'il.
'mdn.Mf. S-iua' attacked iri convention-,
irecinring that; MJavnpbeH eould aor get -the
GerOiSU VntA- fnr . t,a atmwl hr,n. ll,a iu.nl.
urxneed, baatiful, rampant Knot) Nathivg!
I . oh it. b. r . . j t i . . r . s
cuuia- n r(a9vmi8ov ma uertnen
f!torci!ief.,)n Uvoctcf4( lb i. Know
Nothing V. .. ' t ; :w V j ' j
..CarojibeN had plVmeVhlmseir'uAVAout!
chairmanKLiri ti ii.atf -1. tr.k..
" van UIIJIIIII ITV UI "J? J3
l.e, (Mb, y.), wanted tojino if rhis was
j i ic aiw inn nti'-i-iijiiiitii
il,a leading Frerouotpiifr)tuidchsnounced.l
'.ii? Vefk,; "a .Tpr run(it uianjauJ
ine post.ion, and of whom the same pa-eas't
hZ n.. v.ii oTp :y; -of l"'i'-'s rng;
hu!la! iT J? TI : " .a - -"P1 H f "
uonouer,! wouiu a.9 t'itlei7 tu . th Stood
Z7 T T V ,, ",f. ".V f " '
denbileta would do Utte,?" ll,l,lk, stood
mn who after fryingagiiia (j dodj. for
- , , .,.,.,,r. W.JU I dl,, I ,
. . '.M IVIII.7HI,
bad been nipt by the Republican pnrly with a
knife at h! ti.ritn !.! u;ik it.- ji 1
"UtidfT which King; XJin lart.i peak or rlie;f
and ihtie OMtnnalli il at Ja.. i.t ihi . 1
-1 - - ' m IB II1C nisiu
openlv due his poaiiioo and declare for Ftx-
i? n . ' w - ... .
riirIlV. Mr." V. Wn Bit Irt tnnu,
- - - - urinri
the man who bv fifiinu ia laM ii.. i
, -7 . .-' ... -.t mniT in,
Do 1 lies Wfl kunnnpil Mlm v.mnM i..
1 1. ,( 1 v .un.iK.j, .juihih,
the sU same tewm U C.pbell
an.lden deaih had been announced and : hot,
oMtnary wri.len list Mured,- by the lean an.
half etasy editor of -Hie D.-.ytoti .Gaaetle
II 10, did any body.ibmk that bo (Mr,
was to be 1 frtfhneuV by a ghost f , He
mR.fnh 'u1' V. ;
- . -I 1 i f "J yHbaOoFlWiJ.kW'--an'1
whobad provokt-d him, (Jft. V ) into a on-(
trpvewy-, c.iiii,ris,iii of -1(:c,,nis--a rrimr
whose record had been made up,.by 4,
Oritt nlV'T1 ir,e"di ' ,ut,h
a id, Folfetuof il.e Orrlumbaa Journal, Sckoul-)
' CinciunnliOiiJielle,. Heed.riU aftad
1,1 ?, 1 l w Jj"15,""J bl lJrowu
and John V. bohn, meiotwra nhe Wuvo-!
which had nomioalert 'bim-eUof 'wlrtml'!
had proposed and .ium!,.-,! .;, (Mc, V.):w
at- cbts, "charcoal -surtK," of Ifaisc
d s ngmsheuniaa.lrtiau.r. 1 veB Pclloo
M n ,V r ' ?l,a bcnrl
him m the Grave Vi line. A mart
hriHl!!i,. y,rUTf- h;'U?e .n""lef
gun to throw aiones. H.id lie the s.iine arii.l
r V V --.- "i iiuiiic was-no)vifgiuniiig
tmashed up and 111 rums. Ihe work had been'int
nrovol.ed and brut'h! imnn Mn.ir
And now Mr. V. had iion-u.iii i i...
about mat ert peria.ii.ng lu ibis Distncl.
wui.iB. nay wjiii i,ia usual lo-.v..vulf.ir;
mid dtfinajjogneism.-a tte.npted to get
0 a log 10 Cover UD Ua nWn nnlitunl" .11.
, . 1 - 1 .'vim
oueaeiea am trv i ei;.iiki.i.,ii.. 1
- .. ... -mi. iiuiicmi, siii-
cereaud earnest porti.Hi of (te Republicurt
5 mi 11 v.cuaii, oy go-
aboitl tba Dmi not nr..i...i: -- . .
.1 . .1. Yi 1 . ....icii.iiiiS u, iioiiipiaiii
llial tfie Whole JSotltli, and Jamea Rnohaima i
and John C. lireckiiiridL's ami Ihn ArlrniniT.
non, liutl an coiiiHired to de eat mu. I.esvi
.. ...n iig unu nic-noiiiinis;a-.i"ii
Hon, hiiiJ till coiiiinred in ili..-ni ii, lru.,.n
...1.1 .i .f .1 n . , , llnl
said at tf iddleiown and else-vhtte; "thei aili
knew thai ns could do mem mire hurt than
any other ten m;n in 11,0 nimii. " . m
body uew that Cami.bell Imii lu.n . ..1
miMl.t m. n In,, ii.;. . .1 ... l
" ""'i " " "in i uegrve ol uum tut v.
nli.i.lnii.lu I: r . . . - '
u-..u.v.., .oiiiuiiuiii!;. ur miner to sprats se
riooafy was it u t the Verv
deuce and insuimc? Only think of it. n-
South fuigetling all ier own concerns, tbr,
eminent peril i,at she in common with ihs
whole couniry it no- ir, lo beiia all her e-i-erties
to defeat onn I. .a ,. I) i'i,.n ..r,i ...
of tl i.:,lY -'"l'r "
ii v., n.njiin,,,!, iHiut-r enmav a!oroviJ -.
nwhv in I..... ... ir'.. ., '.. .. v - "
"Why', fir. (sstd Mr; Vi) the' South diint know
him, and cure si ill loan
suppose because a few Southern members of
Congress ol loose potrioiism and vet looser h:ih-
us are accU9toniedoulnraiiiinilii.il ...
ture lo associate with him at a few places of
public re.-ort, that the whr.ln Smith ...n...
him? Doee he suppose because.once or twice,
in a session along wiib the Congressional gng
drawn out aliihlieiiiiillv. i.o ....i ...
. . u I'iuinicu ii
dine al the Piesult-uU House, and now and then
uy special lavor n allowed to eat the crumbs
and drink Ihe heel Han loft -fi... ,n.,.. ..
- I . M-.i ufiiii.i, ai
the Hi. Use of Toombs. Sttnl,,.n. Humor r
Slidell, that Ihcu foie lie is of sufficient jm'por
lauce local! fnith llm uniiod oir,.,.. or n..
South lo deftat. him? an arrogance, iinso-
Irnce ami vamtv en fnrll.or?
But Mr. Buchanan also, ho fCnmnl.nih ..
naicueo, was anxious lo Ueleat him. He
would have Ihe people believe that '-Old
Buck," who didn't know bim except by the
list of the veasnnd iihvs the cull nl tt.a.lno.
who had never seen him in all his life and
wouiun't care iwos'iaws about bim if he bait
that "Old huek" hnd rniur.itun all nlioi.i i, ...
own election, alt about the Presidency and the
Ihiity-oiie J-tates of the L'niou, to concenuate
li s aLrnnu ii nrtn a i n u mntipv on h. -I'l.n.
. ... - . .-vi.i.;) U .. till. . Illl-J
District in Ohio to beat L. D. Campbell. But
mat was noi an, ine rni.sionNT and Cabinkt
had resoK'cd in secret session ihnt ho r.nnm.
bell) should b ebeat! . Well, this was a little
cooler a ud. a little subiimer in its vanity, and
impudence ifjoxsible llwin auythiiig else,
Was it. Mr. V. Wall II! like In .until ll.o iumo
President and Ciibiiiet whose Slate tccreti this
man Cunnbell tirlw i fniv u. o. ami h iri
tended lohave been confidentiajly-conimiiteil
him by Ibe Piesukut, in some quiet walk
arm in arm, one bright moonlight night along
the banks of lhePutx
Campbell when preated bv Gidding's, Kunkle
and nlhors. tin tlii flnnml ihe Imn.. I...I
mnnunuH'mKiy teiuseu io ueirayr
Auuve an, cittcaiiiniige, JOnn U. Ureckin
ridge, Hun. John (J- Breckinridge of the Dem
ocratip. candidate for the Vice Presidency, bad
been seni in Hi is diet net to defeat him. Thi,
Mc V. tiiid was, if possible, more ridiculous
than anviiiiii t'linf. Rut if ir vaoro i.oo 1...1
-rf a . " v 11.11 nau
Campbell an right ;o complain? Who pray
uk, oua seni nil iiuii ieinucxy also on
th30 ofJulv lo Ihe Dovlnn K teilllillt Mootiim?
Cashus M. Cut. And wbo also from Wash
ington City,' a member of Congress, and a cit
izen; of Massachusetts, n hn loft hia.anl in II,.
House tnd came here to the Miami Valley to
iiiiviMieuuie in in poiuicsr "banana" Bur
lilliriime. Thia was uo doubt nil riuhl. Il woa
even alf'riffht. arid must ocnoolniiu ;.tI.i
.. - p . .. . ,., ,.,,, ,vi
man nurnngenie 10 come out here by par
NI.B iiuiiiiiDiiic luuimiT (iu i lirir yy pni
fibular leqnest le dictate even the nesnai-tttim
lha Rtinnlilican nuriv.nml i.m.b..i-.b.i i -.. mn
from Iho urntio and nmv Ihul Ik ...... .1.
would send him back to Congress ss his (Bur-.
iiugame a; oroiner. - unt lor Ureokinndfe,
himself a candidate North as well as tknith, in
aa well as Kentucky, la conn tn uulroa.
people,,- his owij . constituents, was all
wibna. Am) il waa rieporleil, too thsf Banks
ouinii-iiine -wertr 10 come into ine uliirxl
slump it lor Campbell. He (Ml. V.) hoped
wst tiue. The "Union Slider" Banks, arid
Burlingame who! wauled a new C'onstiltition,
new ft dilo. alul a now n,l ir.ro th.
bf all o'hern to import Into ihiadittrict lo
uieir --inoiuer.-r - n was xnowil by
asancialoa. anil he (Mr. V t anniml iho
pie to take notice what sort of allies were
.1.. . r... ... .
(ifiimig iuf ii in copipetupr. ., t , .
But vfiirsn than all lliia Mr ))rool.ln,l.ti.o 1,.
actually dared to com all the way from Ken
tucky to Ihe town HmhilMio aittf have the
illSolenOH IOH!-llk"iAl .a, of t,. l.mn.
WWW.!' Indeed wonderlul Welltif. in
ml. 1.1 f Ik'.i .'.f.. i.l.l .-..I. I' I
mmpi ui. iiimi :icihicu punuc aifuare sur
roumleJ by those beatitifut locust -trees ttaniK
rvnH ifi.,ir.' r... it.. .I... r. .. .... i .i
iiyu.o i.i ijiiiiuj vimiiuv, anu uipre
bad slood: for a haM a crtitiiry, long before,
a uonxa nau oeen tiuni, or at least
Wn hritn. ,Fr vnr
es coiumon consent bad set apart the
eh.lnf ilml Coiitt House for public nnet-
woitftw or three hiiiidred-ysrda-Off, as
riph I ins iroat'" of tKis lorts-eivblfohetl arnivt, i
the "stable" -m,which lt ."BuUer Pu ! that
ial"' ' th'il roagbHvkci lmr,n
the "itabjf:n,which ;."3uU Po-;ili.l
ftm-jM was sccmtoWd to "feel liis 6aU;" arul
initio thofitpl.yeda lit-lefimntam, send-
m up its eooiing aprsy Iq remind bim .(Camp-
bell) uo noujit of rte..Nipga.a fa Is and lie'
Clifton Hetife., And thus il happened that
r..i ...I. --..-
vry baity who find spoken nt the
House (8tier bM spoken. "right in front off
;:n iiampum's flousev'' y fir, i reeKi (1 r ujye
1 iJ"iii ' osev-y wr, ureniprwge
, ....I ..:.L. V.
1 uu mo 1 Kiiuwuig nor caring Where
? - 1 .. .. , . .
.mipueii uvea or wneiiiei ne iirett toy-where
t;-. .1.11. ...j ji ..
.j. 11, ru 01 mi, mm aaaressen ine immense ss
waa wbonc'mblaga- from Ibe-aame placet and if he
: Campbell) diduM like it, he had only to move
i s shanty out of the way and yet for lliis so
" ivons offense, the valorous Captain Cnmp.
-, Ml, representative from Butler District, was
vtsMenouneinff' Mr. Breokinri..ge in terras of low
1 li'MPOM'ton. -playing ll.e. partof "Ulusleron-
t.hiin.lt.rin; me.-t Mr. B. "in the
Ivart of Kentucky,' er elsewhere." But all
t , ag-iii tiro hundred milt, oand in the
' bona ami about the crossroads of
"tTomgoinerfc Uutler and Preble. He w per-
fkinrWge onrd condescend to notice him
..y time or unde any oircumstancea, and'
artof alUfier having lied Iu him on the floor
(flbu House on Ihe 3d 'of March 1853 in d
1011 lying that he was a "Know Nothing."
? So wilh'the sill) pretence (hat Mr. Breckin
hand, vidye hd uttaiUd bim (Campbell) "right in
front.of his own house." there was no', one
oajWlor ln.M! in it. Campbell knew better
bfchJl.ro.elf. The speech bad been repotted and
H?"l,lishW JMI delivered, and Campbell had
'Unil heard tverv word of it; and there was not
w uamponi ,n it from
menu. .11111 tins by Ibe way, was
what urf the distinguished penU-man
it v..,,... i..,.. . . , f , ?...."
i. ..-,, . , ?.
n i.,efr so m;A 0 onuccndtd lo take no-
f?" that there vat tueh a wm in exletrnce.
trickeiy ..This as a slight upon hi greatness, a wound
vaniio 1.. ki 7.. t :.t r,
i if . " 11117 nut iiu'giiu c; Lie wis u. ijii in d
.i.r .1 , ... . .. .7
jcii imii cnargeu in.n lor me purpose ol Ue
Jfenling ni-liiiri, Lewis Davis Campbell
jwi.ii.iiiiiii anu me na iona.1 Weculive Com
nit ( u..i . ...... .
iiiiu.cr nun rem OUI TBM TIIOl'SA.NI) IlOLLnS tOf
be rini!n,li-il in in., n; ii ti.:..,...
Us fiMi j ri.l.rnl,..,. ..i ...... i !
tiie rest. Ton iuim.i i..i.n . ..., i
. -.,....... i.iiui.ii uii au aiutill an ou-
ject, t.ul he (Cumpbell) had set the stakes no'
uret'V Steet). Did hi mffii. hu fl.iu h..'l'
s.1 IP tt I hi ..IT. .11 a- II J II : 1 nr. 9
tn. U. ..I. n.nisua uiu. iu give nun 3 nil r
As lo the statement, there was nnt umrfi'
if truth in it. 'IV n (Unenn.i ,i,.tir,,-i ( 1
" "M uuiiuio, ui trii
.tlousand cenls could be expended for Some;
r,irt important purpose. Ar one dollar had '
f-ereome into the District for any use. So
fur from it, ihe National Executive Committee'
find ilemmidpfl lm nilr.nl i.. unoni r ir nk.
very ducunicnls circdlaled t'ere were paid for
a I home. The Democracy here had not re-:
rfil-Br! a roil nn.1 Ihi. . .i:.l..tl ..I. 11.1 . ..
1 he Uemocr.icy here had not iv-
cenl nn.t Iho .. ill.ln't ..b ..... vi
. i., n n 11 , IIICV
Hieant lo ni up 'he little juts of tteftrmmg ttm-
"Butler Poney" this fall, wjiimut charging
any oooy a copper for it. They would do v
it, a d do it elTeclually at their own proper
charges and expense. - i
Mr. V. then concluiled hv roforriniv nnln in'
Hie persistent ami malignant assaults upon
himself and his dettrmmation 1o hold every '
one who took part in (hem, responsible for
tl. He asked nothing but fair rur and be
meant tn have it. While be would reject no' a
..n- 1 . r
iniiii-icii vme irom any side, ne recognized
fully ami in itsutino.f eiient ili riohi nf
one lo vote against llitn. It v.-ns enough for a!
Republican to vote against him because he
!irireed wi:h him in polilic.t, and he would.
think none Hie less of hi in for doing it. B.il'
as 10 personal attocRs, or a resort to unfair '
means, nr lo abuse and mis representation of,
..... - . ' I
any kind, he h.irl nno .-n;,i m av iih..i. -
r - ...... . . , w lv.ia .V OU J I'1' IIUIV
off I "let me nlnno !" 1!
self at all hazards and by all the proper means '
nature or art i.ad put in his reach. Assailing1
no one in anv ln..in.. fret n .,... 1,1 1
no one in any Instance first, no one should
hu iinjjniiii) assn.i litm.
Campbell Pleads Guilty.
More than two weeks aco Mr.' V,iLr.ANDtu
iiam exDosed the nr,i
cvse. on foot byC,,, in Lby whb
ne procured ine issuing 01 n ceriifieale tli.it f
Mr. V. wasa Know Nothing and thut started
the charge. Not one wor I of denial has everl a
appealed from Cau himself, and he dare!
effecua, exposur .", he W .hlb
i.- fill! a In witti m.0.1
.1, o , .1 .i 1 '" M-'oriuj.iex
enough to suit any villain, "and Ihe people
win uecree accordingly." The whole indict
tTTThe Rtlilor nf tht Phil .1(13 tliflifl MaMli ail
' - " I'HIHIIJi
recently attended n Spirit (not I quid, butetbe-
rinl) Circle. lie thus describes the closing
scene: " v
Afiert recess of some ten or fifteen minu'es,
the rtedium again went into 'state' and wrote
"The Fiist man is present. Headdresses
you irom the Celeslml Spliere."
"Is ilia I you. Adsml"
"Adam was my name when in the flesh."
"Will Volt nlj.o In fiit'rir mo u-illi .ni,..l
auswers lo a" few simple questions?"
- rnipounn mem."
"Whre was the Gjrden of Eden located?"
"In Kuntat!" , . ., ,
"Was Eve in obedient 'helpmeet?' "
"She was a mn.l. l miC nnill l.....,.;t.,l l,v
serpent afier that time a perfect devil in
jiin i menn ng leaves." j i .
"Iu what part of ihe world was the tower of
Babel erected?" . ,
"In White counlv. Iml inna npnr 1 ha Wnlfo
. , 1 '
Mound."- ' - . , . .
"Who were the parents of Cain't wife?" '
This Question elanned the nlimax. Tim la.
at Which W Went lvaloil aiublonlw Inr.J
rnmniersel capsized and extinguished the
Ismp - upset the medium and the maiden lady
and amid tba wreck of fumilure and the
crasl. of -glass, msde my . exit through the
back door, and running down a dark alley
gained the street, ojinus my right coat tail,
which I left Id the' mouth Of a'bull-doir in the
yard. . . . . 1
ajThere' w divine out 'West Irving to peri.
suade the girls la foietd mSrrlwe.'t He ia'irM
well aa.Urtake to ptrsuau. dackHftstthey
could hnd asubstuuie for water, or losebiidi
ther ii sinutlliln ht,ttt than .nc!..-.,
1nr"Well." Ira ill hit arrrldn a Bioro i.l.a
been t.sjted.up for Mealing a pullefwhai
itavo )uv in saj wr rotirgeiu-- ;
"Noffill bill dm. tWlflR. I WDLIlirflffVallTian
wheil I stole ilat arpollet. co I'd stole a
rooster, and I ueber done it.-; DaUihows
cluslrelydst 1 waa under delirium treaiendoiia.
sA-'T'A man miaa Mrrocloil IhonlhorJaa In
'..V -7 " ' ' . ., - ........ -.
Zanesville, Ohio, Tor kicking hit wasber-wo-msn
into ilietumiilttibus waters of tlie "raging
fanawl,9 heeause she dunned bim for hit wash
...:, . . .....
cwtA M bsttUle for water, M losebudi
there is something better thwi tunSine.!nViaa
A Political Sermon.
' , . " Bin V, v,l , ? vp. 'ne
? ' , ' ' U? would Ples,,re
"r"'"g f.r"perly to Ihe owner if .he
anowii. IS II Dnssib e that nn I n
, ,,,.,,,g luum uj t j ,iere 8j
il'y who I
enlial. mv (reus, iia ilnrvmonii.ru
It mean edznoUv lesi what it .....
i a . m i IICIC BJ-
Pears a slitlit aaiilonoo nr niB.,;..:.M' tM i l .
. -p"- - ...... v. . IBI 1311, (I, iHC
tiriiuiiol Inn lull II..I f... . I.... .....
,...,...., . ,llnl (jur oui a nine 10
-uiuBiuenuijing ice otner. i'rf. chem Val
My brethren, I may say to ynu that I am not
'"""-"i " ana i am not one of them
ns holiovo Ibai u. 1.1 .... . :.. ... . .
... ., w ..,1.. i, u.i m necessary ror a
gospel imnisier, tor 1 believe the lord eddicates
.m p.. owic.o jci as ue wants 'em to ue ed
dirated: and alllinnah I can ii .i n.. c...
of ev or, where I llwj. that's no man as
gci o wpper congregation, nor what I gets.
Tltere may be some one here lo-day, my
a bv;"' f" do" t kno Persil-sion Ian"
i . .. 7 1 ' 10 yn mV h'eihring,
that I m a hard shell Democrat. There's some
folks as don't like bard shall Democrat, bui
I'd rather be a haid as lo be a sod. . Vou see
me here to day my brethring drtuscd up in fine
store close. You moiit think 1 was proud, but
1 am-not nrnnrl mv lrBil.rin..' ...i .1.1
,.w lkv mi inf., anu UIIIIUUKII
1 ve been a preacher uv the Gospel for twenty
years, and altlianvh I'm p r u ... ..
t - ." wj.uiift ui ma. in-
fan.ry company what trains here. I'm not
I'm ii Ol trwine to nr.rh
o ' vtsi a ,i u illicit IU"
day, bat like the other saintt as ore shedding
mnnOV flnl Innn B...I l.li.iJ I .:a. . -
' - uiuuu unu nnes lor A((ii-
sas, I in gwine in on my uarves. 1 aint gwine
to tell edzactly whar my tex maybe found;
.j in .ur, us iii me gov men t archives,
and you il find llsomewhar in iho Rm. ii
ipanment. If you'll sarch that carefully.
yuu ii not oniy una my lex thar, but a grrat
in viuci iciet bs win oo you good lo read,
and my tex, when you shall find it, reads
"An li liveson lie calves of six hundred
COWS PUrobn.ed Willi vnv'iriont rnnnou
My lex bielhrina leds rtio Ir. auk. tiKn v.. :.
i... i:... ... , . . .
mm ii.es on guv men i criueis thai never cost
l.i.n.,L..i .r a r. ..
a ancci ui imper i ny reauing ir,e gov'inent
dnCVmt:!l!a 111 U'fl.lill1.lli.n ... .l.l
, , .........fc.u., nt ue uiu eipnc-
UI7 ou me nine joner is. This is not infer.
., . ' nuiaillioi
l,,e S0T mel,t nut ln California, bought a lot of
- r f . . , """l1" " I Li I 01
iii mi lauiiiy use, au made LncleSam pay
ICif mm II ll'l m at I 1. kl,ai. f .. , 1 "
u. j. j a aiuujiiiii iur. mv nrtii iirun
exir tax. The monty come out of your noc
Li a. ii oil u r
awa o CII UHIIO, Of jy lX SySJ
All no J IV 63 Oil llm CI) VPS if t r Ki.. ...J
. .. . v, m.t tiuuutcu
---- .v.VWUta fUj uicciuren,
n 'ou my bw your head in forror fur ihi-
txir tax. The montv come out r.r v,,,r
l,urc,lueu wun goo rpnf mouey."
' , lu-sl'o"-wbar did he come from, is a
niiglily sitht t-nsier asked than moni Ti..
Polel"e ' Home declaits lhal an imm.l'culatc
conception look place; and soon afier lhal
butt bad Ltftll Set Inrmo In vnra ll.o -.
I'-ace; ona soon afier
OKi bad tetn set loose lo vote llio nn.l.,.i
r . - B - - ... ii.ivijiuii'i.
i'" of riibl lolk, -Wat uue jnfcc, f-a hia
brsl, Vcai shriek for Ireedom. But the
. " ",u'"'ui kickiii anu crott.n his legs,
?'!', t'"1'1" I"tlurs n rocks afore that. Some
lolks -vl,y be was born in Georgia, some say he
was ho1" in Canada, and KOme sav 1m u..t
"J"" ".' f I'ow whar wars iho leetle
J""ft born? Thai's no dispntin, mv
'r,e"f' lll.e 'acl 'bat he Was born ainiiis: stir'
'ou'"'1" PM,e e and savage ingins. He was
s. , ly lm,km ctl,li but ihry washed i.im
flllfl i n :c.l l.im ....I ... l'
,, . '. i'ueu ma nair iu he
middle, und Jet bim run wij ihe cows, fnr in.v
f,i8'f! ,.' '
Aj he lives on llio calves of six hundred
cow.s' P'bused with gov'inent money."
y ,lel15'. niusi be born agin. Quil
' " u "urs unn "ave made men ol
,you V , llow u,e footsteps of the little
Laniiou II. u....... . .
0iu uietciB BIIU
I- O 'KghVIB ouu
everything else thut looked like iho .t..i
."1" PoPt'i and now whar, my belovtd
:'e"3' Is "'e ''- joker? I'll tell you, my
orelhien. ' He Was bom iln aiom,.! .i.. ...
Filadelly, whar ha Wan miwwfH in iif 1...
ace, bap used in niggerism by Tburlow, and
doctored 111:0 passabilily 0f one ot two book
woims who lie for gain and suppress for plun
der, for my ttx cayst- . - . v
An he lives on the calves of six hundred
Mv fteii. thu w-nv i,r ih. V. . '
hsrs br ck bala JL ifiiij t ITT' 'V
tra "giessor bui b-l 1 Ju lT? J
ai ma lilj D !, o." W'"
.:. ..a. - . '. ' ' ' a aounu.
tl V atZ:
"An ho liiii-i nn l h. n .. I .... r... .
..-.. ..... . vui.es oi aix nunored
tun s, purtmtcu icna govmenl money."
.uiu .-.vin mv uL-ar ureinren, l a proach a
pan oi tne subject that makes the hnrgrow
siran, .me nmus tremble, and a eqijr"V
crawl all over me. , Are you a jnarrS ft
liev you a darliu child Ihul goes lo iVawfle
seniiiiiiryi . ui course you hev. If a i.tii.
uairy aanucK slioulU steel that oritler awuy
inm, run m incline, woai, I ash you 111
father, what would you do? Go and gil brother
Beechor. lothuie bun with a nfelf Would
stop for family prayers? No! In course
wouldn't. You d npthe bairy incendiary
fiom Jim, and throw ihe pusilaoimous cu
ine cow jaru, lor my ttx Sez:
"Art he lives on Ihe calves of six" hundred
cows, purcnoseu wun gov'meut money."
Platforms and Duplicity.
The Hamilton ntnoli Rom,i,i: ,-..-'"
i y. s..uviiii. an vyoneres
sionai .tvouveniion which nominated Lewis
.a.ipisi.l, atopted a platform exprtsslv
repuduiting all principles but those aet iIawh
the Philadelphia nlaiform. ria...,, .
. . ui.i.u v.iy,iita
iiu.iii:, onu wiuioui minding wtiat the Fre-
i.iui..o .iu uonw mi mm goes to work nod
111 hiaOlll.lllo nrinoh L.a. .n. 1 . .
'"u t"i oiTiiipis i vi yar
with the Buller County. Fillmore men,
nrdmises lo vnl fnr Pitt..,n, :r :. . .. .'
- - - . ...u..o II jocj iu e
Jae : ttavole arnnr.,1 ' . . j ... .. ,
0u a CAueeuingiy
.mm i a u'lll, 17 llm.u .
- .iiiuuic viicn. i -
Who is i to be betrayed I Who it lo be cheaU
I Where does Campbell stand? la h.
Fremont in earnest t Come uo to iho
A StRANUJC FaKAI-. A ahnrt llm.Y:...
, ...v... mug. aiiivitr,
while a fami v livtiio-'in ii,. tt,..j.. , :
., . ' "o iiio nuiioreu, ai
ooutbantnton. Worn at ho..r..i ...... .
, w..-niui, nicy were
alarmed a: hearing a rumbling, rolling tort of
i f a. I FT. f aa Iio.Ib. - o. alia
iMo. jcmoiHijo, iUe nusoand overhead,
on going lo asoertaia the eause, that ec
centrio individual waa found tolling and
toiamblmg on ihe floor. . The good lady
1a;med at the strange antics, called out loud
to her,beitet half to know what wat the
matter. 1 . . .
.w'by. T don't know," eaid he.
1 waa sleeping and dreameo I wa ltC)
wheat, and that by tome means thetirm.
became unfastened at the mouth of the bag,
when I Immediately began to roll about, and
just then bemntii to get raytelf tocelh
er again." ; , '- , - .. .
mm,r" t -ii MaNialM. " '
flAn advocate of caniti.. Till niukMa. ft ' . .
that the jallow, h calculated to tltvatt
WHIG PLATFORM OF 1852.
Frequent eaquries bating btea roadt for tie
Whig National Platform of 1802, we here with
present it. Contrast it with the Republican
platform of the present day. Day and night
are not more dissimilar. Hw the man wbo
ooutemled that the piinciples embodied into
thit platform were coirect in 1852 catfeonsci
rntiously claim tbal tllhougb he now sdve
cttea tbe Black Republican pisiform, he he
not changed hi ,.l.iciples,if beyond our com
prehension t. i ,
The Whigs 'of the United States, in Conven
tion assembled, firmly adheiing to the great
conservative republican principle! by which
they are controlled and governed, and nna ..
ever, relying noon the intrrtinoa .r ii,.
American people,, will; tn tbidiug confidence
in their capacity for self government, and their
continued devotion In iho fn,ii,..i. '.
it. ti . , i"inuiion ar.u
ibe Union, do proclaim tbe follpwina at the
political aoniimenta and il.i..;....... J
-, . , , ' . "'s-iunnawuna, lur
the establ sbmenl and maintenance of which
their national oraauizaiion a n.n. .
t(j . , ... rr" " ebi
1. The Government of Ikj T-..;., .
r .i- -. . . oiairs IS
or a limited sharaoter,and it is confined to the
exercise of powers expressly granted by .he
Constitution, and such aa man i.o
, ' I'lVLM, V
oim .iuict iu pany me granted powers ialo
full execution; and that all powers not thui
vested or necessarily implied are expressly re
served to the Stales respecliv.ly, and to the
people. . .1 .
2. That Slate Governmoni ii,mii.i i.,,
secure its their reserved rights; and the Gert-
". uuxinuicnifUi-naineuiu ns oonstltutional
powers, and the Union should be levered and
watched over as "ihe paladium ol our liber
tit F" ......
3. That, while ilrugg'iiig freedom every
where enlists the warrant sympathy of Ihe
whig party, we still adhere lo ihe doctrinea of
the Father of his nniium a. ...... j
Farewell address, of keeping ourselves free
.., . ...,aii(i,iig mis ncea with foreign coun
tries, and of never ni.linn. on. .
. , a voh iu aiena
on foreign ground. That our mission aa a Ko.
public is . not to propagate our opinions, or
impose o,i other countries our form of govern
ment by artifice or foroo. Imt i 1-...1. 1. '
ample, snd show by our success, moderation
and justice, the blessings of self-government,
. ' """'""'"aW"! HCe lllSUIUtlOnr. r .
4. l hal WtlOro Iho OA....1. n.-, , . .
,. "- I'T "'"ac du control
the Government they should obey in constitu
tion, laws, and tronlloa aa il,ou .....
.- . - -- '"'1 "umu retain
their self-respect, and Ibe respect which thev
claim end will enforce from foreign powers.
. 6. Governmoni almnl.t 1... ....1.. '. , .
principles of tbe strictest economy and revenue
sufficient lor the expense thereof in time of
ptace. sunlit lo be rmiiilu i!,;,..,i t... . .1
& . 1 " . 1 . m iivim uuir
on imports and not Irom direct taxes and levv-
inff lilioh .lnlwtf l..n n .'
. -.-, - -. rriicn inuuutaoie, wiierebv
suitable enoduiovi-itii-ii'. n, i, . ., .-
. r ..." a-souieu 10
American industry equally lo all cas!es and
iu nu iiunioiix 01 ine country.
6. The constitution -vests in, congrest the
power to often and h-nnir l.arl.or.
1 . anu tetuove
objections Irom navigable streams; and it is ex
pedient that congress- snbuld exercise that
POWer Whenever anr-h inin.n....
. ......s..ti,icuui are nec
essary for the common deftnet or for the pro
tection and facility of Mimmo.. .:n. r..
nrlions or anions the si.i,..a,..i.
... . . o auvu niiiiruve-
ments being, in eveiy iusnnce, national tnd
general in their character.
7. The Federal ami Sinia r...... .
pans of one system, alike net-essary f, r tl a
mntt r,r,M.n...:i.. .
...,1, .... ,Uairiiijr, .race, and security, and
ought 10 be regarded n'iko uiih . ....I..! .
. , , . o -.-ii m vuiuiai, ua-
bituril and immovable attachment; Respect
ior me auiiioruy or each and acquiescence iii
the constitutional mcamn.. r...i. ... ,
- w, CB 0c Mime,
required by the planest considerations of Na
tional, ofState, and of individual welfare.
8. The series of acta of the Thirty First
CoiiL'rers. eemroonlv knoai n r. in. nn. .-
adjustment, (the acl for Ihe recovery of fu
mtivi's from labor included) are received and
acquiesced in bv iho Wh
.ie, as 1 final telilement in princinle tnd
substance of the subjects lo w,jch they relate,
and so far as those actt are coucerned, we will
..in, ,.., mum, anu. insist on their strict en
forcement, until. Hme. surf experience shall
demonstrate the necessity or further legiala
tion to guard against ihe. evasion of the lawa
Ihe one hand and the abuse of thr ir pow
ers on the Olhcr-not impairing their present
efficiency lo carry out the requirements of the
constitution; and we deprecate all further
ablation of the question thus settled ss dan
gerous to our peace, and will discountenance
elTorts to continue or renew sucb ngitalion,
whenever, wherever, or however made; and
will maintain this settlement as tsential to
,;,I,n iv.48 ew' Cplell wheeled out of Hie
V bur Guard, and cino.1 .... .. .
. .-ww aa nil BllUeu
neutral," leaving Gen. Taylor to the tender
,tuc" inruenonncert Ol tbe "Mexican
Bulchers." STrTC. was rurinina for Cnn.
In 1852, Mr. Campbell tjnf upon (he Nation
al Willi; nlalfnrm. nml
dale; thus getting Whig and Abolition sup
port. In their circular, after Campbell' elec
tion to Conines, in Ihnt ,. n..
- , " , . , " -" .""J genuine
Abolitionists claimed the victory.
nu now in iJb Jlr. Campbell proposes lo
a sort of a mixed candidal
wants lo carry water 011 both al,nni.i,o
would like to vote for Fillmore and for
Fremont; and for Buchanan loo, if be could
moke votes. "
We wv yet lo see whether intrigue and
double dealing and dishonesty in politics are
The question is, who is lo le sold ? Are
Fremont to ha hit, no o
been sucked ? 1 Or m .n..i...i.. .. ..
We doubt if anv l,rf ..TL1."1
Camnbell a chan"' ,1 7k' .7
An Eloquent Tribute.
The following trihule frnm a no..i..tl
New York Sun. ia wU .1 '.
1 , ' j aim
trmbful. We commend'-it inni.n. 1. .l.
attention of young men. -.. .. ' , , ,
"The n resent nosiilnn nf tk. n. ....
is truly a proud one. Whaltver of mo
ral power has ma iked it nact hlci,.... ..a i..-..
triumphs, u hat been restrVed for ihe
present period lo invest iu snblime principles
every combina'.ion of beauty md t-xce'-lence.
Hitherto opposed by 1 powerful and "
natural antagonism iml,n.lvi. . . .
d'.cnified hoxnlii. k.n .j j . .
. .. j . , " . e ""ir.eu anu lea
exalted talent as patriotism, it- is now vir
tually, even by this old enemy, reeoguised as
party of the country, rgainat which they
nO lonrei Wavo onnaoionl.n... '
r-- --..iii(viua aoniro.--
- ....v . ,uc vcinocfaiic party, which
most enthusiastic of its disclplet could
fifwaa aataa ..1 t . . M
. .. .M.o...aicu. 11 , h
adrmsa nn nf tl,. n...:... .1 ... '
.1. ir ; "" "t creea
(he blessings of iu Jendenciet by that
powerful party iht long corabatied lolh i"
hnd measure.." -r ... . . - " " "
SrTTIRO fYltf Piriiv. il i...t , ' -
r- aianu, aaiu a w as
stumn orator. on th. -i..r. .
principle, of '98, rt Z mto
if I desert em t Vn ...,no
th. kind ir. inierrunted . u ZLZZl'
tbe CrOWg VOB Itanil in m .v.. '
paid me for, and I want. the mow-
lookine on tha hori aio ,.r ..... .
than a thousand poumls yo8r u-,,,-''
Fenelon'l librory w..'o fire, "o!,d U Jr
he nolaimorl. ..t.a. u 1. . . P:"'V
ITT" So Von an tnn, o,n . . v. .