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o t"o!iai for one Year if kaid nt
of subscripiion; TlVO &Itnrs
tUj' C'CIit". WITUOUT DfcVi ITIOV.
txjtua'.iDii. of Tlirc Months.
fCPt R:Ii for 'AJvertisenjeuts, Job
Work or Subscription, considered o'ue
ir rit-n .contracted. except acatust tho: e with
5riiy:tt we have It Jtiningr Accounts
trT"Va licr wifl be seoi out hi :he
County, unless aiJ bt in advance.
ltQAivitis;rrcati.inseried at Oue
fftiru-W Ssuxrc cf Twelve I
or JL,eS for tlie' luwt Insertion;
it'ea'si fur tach ccutinuance. A
i rl'iiqicti-ju fur Yearly Adveitising.
CPTlii privilege of Yearly AdveriibeiS is
iricadihip, br love.
liberal I tnp tifl'Mly'OT )OUqUfct f 'flowers,
nwitiiimaue xne inieresuncr mcuium
tlticity tttaVed t& their own i nmtdu
Ilcgu'itr Bvtiiitss; and the DusineiJ
Aivertiiing lsr:a is not considered
tluiini thai, of iis individual metitiief
PrAniiJuiicin Carididaies, Three
l:xrs; i i lepn.l in divance in Evcru
CC7:aAJvtriiS'jiiit;n!s nt markcJ vita
1 nu'ii'r of Insertion when Landed in
b cantiiutd u:i'.il orJs.retl ovt, and palmcnt
lUvcriiscvient can he inserted
ni-ernenis of , a Personal
tiau:? ;'.' chirked lJurtlle Price,
CC7AJvtnii-enieri! cf f'atetit Medicines
instiled ai Thirty 2ai;;:is rier Col-
mini, per i'cur.'
ZJ3v'i Vork, (f ai.u Kinds, .y ally
done.cn Sew Tj ;e, and on as reasonable
Ternii as any OiHce in.Tfctinessec-. ! '
fCJ!Co,FaiH'C will diSi;'(ntinupd ; until
ail arrearages ar- piiS J u; -cxi'rpt f 7te
. ipituiic f the 'Publisher.. , !
blematioal If thd
of i FIom
0 le bbsenred in rLmtsi
1 , L
also be re&araed as em
aflbctiohs of the
heart and rtualiticis of thd
to melanbhqly rcmcmbrancq
1 oisonous wor
itlease the e3re, but mer.
In all agesjof the world!, !lJistory and
lawe hate nttachdd to lowers partic-
, to glory,
In' oridntal coun-
1 01 commumcatinrr sentitnents. to
l 1 T I '
v.lifch words are iaiadenuate,
1 1 ,
As this is the peason of Flowers,
Dictionary for the
Acacia. : Friendship. ; ;
. to heal. . . - J
Elder, (Siimtf.ucus.) Compassion yield
ing to" love. I j i .
Everlasting. (Gnaphalium.) Kever
ceasing remembrance, v
Fox-glove. (Digitalis.) I am not am
bitious for myself,; but for you.
Fuschsia. (Ladies' ear-drop.)
It were all one, '
TJiat I should love a bright particular, Btar,
And think to wed it. j f -
Geranium, fish. Thou art changed.
Geranium, oak. Give me one look to
cheer my absence. '
Geranium, rose. Many are lovely,
but you exceed all.'
le following I'loral I
benefit tf our fair. . invoke!
Heart's-ease. i Viola tricoloi. Fo
get me not.
Hibiscus. IJcaiity Is vain.
1 r 11 t " TTlw TV-vAt nAri irAiiii xrtTva
mtum. (Monkshood Deceit. noUyhSck. ' (aIUiw rose! Ambi-
' . 1 tlOlV .1 '
owlul re- it t.tJ rT:;.T t
Hawthorn. TCratit'gus.l Hope! I thco I J ,
. inmVpt ' i ! Poppy,vanegat
Aversion.; ;Though repulsed, not
in despair. . i :" .
Piak, variegated. Refusal. Yon have
- have my' friendship, ask not for
PiCony. (Pteonia.)- Anger. Ostcnta
. - tion. .
Polj'anthus. Thou knowest my con
fidence in luce.
Pomegranate flower. (Pumca.) jIa
tureand beautiful. ! -
Poppy, red. Consolation! Let the
darkness of the past be forgotten
1 in the light 'cf hope.'
Doom'd to heal,
Frauht wiih cor
Al'Jhea. j I would
7 10 reason.
A 1 I I
not ,; actj
t wins the
Houstonia cerulea. Meek and quiet
A i Sana of
DY C. "MACkAY-
A.trav-iirr. iliro'.igh n i
oircwcd ncotkis on tluodca,
And orlo took root nrd
A l id grew into' a I'rcc
Love bought its shade ;
To l(- :r.'. i e its early
.-And Agv was ph ased,
" To bnsk bor.cail, if i
1 no ooirr.ruE lU-vcJ r.3
TIlC b:l"ds MVC'-'l 1!:!
it $turnl a g'ciry in us j
l tvcning urne,
:i jiictst of noin,
A melancholicui Lovo
! , - !
' que try.
Splendid i Ixiiuty. Co-
rboi ViUa. (Xhuja odcidentidis.)
Arum. Deceit, Jferocity.
Affection ' re-
A biffing 0
-mi J th: gr:
A jiasi: sirr.;
Whcro r;nj- men ihihi turn;
I! ,' wal'u'd it ii
A jia ilo at ll
lis i?iou!ii not
! Uui judged ;
lo iasscd ngui
; Cy Sjniniors1
Had Cooled ten
; And saved a
un Ins way
s and fijrii,
j'.'r fctulipcd a well,
npng with caro
iJccd be did,
at toil Tiiniii onn
) arid 0! the well,
ho'.jsani parching tongues
fo besidt! . ,
happiness. 1 Innocence.
Tr Viirinf h T.nTfl Till nf IP.llfiHSV.
contrary Hydrangea. A boaster." Superior
pang, one needless tearl . . T. " n..,v;i.. r ,,A',a
aranthus. Immortality- Un- 1 -A .r i
' , . . . i i n i : nirprnns Kfirr. in iicnmiv.
Iris. J have a message for you. ,
Iy. Vitis hcdera.-Female Affec
tion. I have found one true heart.
Jasmine.- You bear a
Ag&ibility. i i
turned. . ;
lburhum. Cytisus laburnum. Pen
sive' beauty, i . i
"uadies -slipper. Cypripcdium. ' Ca-
pricaous bcautr. ! i
arkspur. Delphinium. Inconstancy.
Inconstant as the changing wind,
urel fKalmia. Oh!what a goodly
outside falsehood hath!
Lavender. Words though sweet may
be deceptive. i!
Lemon. Citrus lemonium. .Discre
Lilac. rSyringa.l First love. ; -
Lily, white. Lilium candidum. Pu
or doom'd to kill
d, orfraught with ill.
bd. Beauty without
Primrose. (Primula.) ! Be !minc the
: delight of bringing modest worth
. from obscurit
Primrose, evening. (CEnothcra.) In-
.constancy. Be not beguiled with
- smooth words! Man s love is like
the changing moon.
Ranunculus. Thou art fair to look
bocii like a blitrht unon my oic From Vie XasltviUe Union.
in g prospects. ; . - . HilC l'anTS&.
Tuh'p-trec. ; Rural life favorable to
health and virtue.
The 'Ijoart tbr.! soonest awalce to the flowcr3
Is always the first to bo touch'd by the thorns.
Violet, blue. Faithiilaess. I.Lhall
never forget. ;
Violet, white.'. . Modest virtue.
Wall-flower. Misfortune is a Kcss-,
, - ing v.'hcn ita proves the truth of j
. friendship. ! "
Witer-lily. : The " American lotus.
.' An emblem ot silence. '
Weeninff-willow. : Forsaken. Ask
notoupto 1 oiii in mirth whose : to tho Naslimle ponventioa and the
ueart is wcsoiatc.
1 1 1 . i
4.ri Clarksville, April 20, 1851. '
Uu yesterday the gubernatorial
canvass commenced Mn .Qlarksville,
and. I Lad tha pleasure of hdanng the
candiuates. ' By previous i arrange--
meats, Gen. CampUcll opened the
idiscussion iu'an animated ferieech of
Wowl sorrel. Tenderness ,and aCec-
tun. ; !-" i i
Woodbine. Fraternal lovd. i
Yarrow. To heal a wounlled heart.
Cool. A stage coach containing
passengers, was upset "near ,Cin-
ofj the confidence cf Lis party. Ho
freely admitted all;:' but our "institu
tions were founded j on principle, and
on principle only oould they bo per
petuated. A great question had
agitated the "country,, and divided it
by-sectional line, but had been par
tially, quieted by! the compromise
measures. He ntended to stand by
t hem. j He was leither a disanionist,
nor had any on 3 i;i Tennessee ex
pressed a sentiment; to liim ia ftvor
of disunion. II i would stand ?v tho
an hour and l a half, whichi satisfied
11 that ho was better, skilletl in arms
than eratorvu The scope and ten-
idencv of l;id speech were to impli-J compromise, nqt so much : from a
bate the democratic party inaschebef sense of iis justice to the South, a3
ko dissolve tife Union, and he poinjctl j its necessity to preserve the Union
ot our lathers, arid hand down to our
children what they had handed down
to us. xTho' Nashville . Convention
was intended to counteract the reso
lutions ofxthe' ' non-slavc-holdin
. xn,vi., nun roiiuu uov:
upon, butmoti worthy of affection. procipice, lodging against
rimnfifi f(w Tiirrbf cinro Tho lindv
of ihe'corchW thrown from! tlio ! constitutionality;- of all laws passe,
wheels, and rolled down a fearful j b7 ingress, m open and- annedre
Rosemary. Keep. this for my sake,. Among the passengers was a lady
1 11 remember thcc. " . , earrvin? a flower not containing a rare
Rose-bud: Confession., Thou hast pi?mt. Before she was Curly extrica-
stoicn my. nliecuons. . ted. she enouired for her flower not.
j Rose, Burgundy. Modesty and hi- j anj ufter .having" got possession of it,
jsne asked for ncr husband. lortu-
naieiy no one was uauiy nun, not
even the flower pot.
no medicine but hope',
'nocen.ee unitctl to beauty.
Sweeter than th
Asteri' jJeauty m retirement. :
Auricbh. 1 ' Elegance.1 Pride
iSaciiGiors Dutton. J lone, even
Balm. Sweets of social intercourse.
Balsam. (Impaticns.) impatience.
Do not approach me.
Ba (Laurus.) ! I change
Rose, red. a The blush ofj modesty is
Rose, moss. Superior merit .
Rose, white. ; j ;i
I would bo, ! .
In mniden meditation, fancy free
Rose, white, withered. Emblem of
, my heart Withered like your
Rose, wild. Simplicity Let hot
your unsophisticated heart be cor
rupted, by intercourse! with . the
world. . i .'. j ; .
Rose, cinnamon. Without preten'
Th: French President?;- 'I am as
sured,' says the Paris' correspondent
of the. London Times, Ithat the: se
cret societies are decided on bringing
forward !a person taken from the low
cr orders of the peoplej as a candi
date for the Presidency of the iRe-
j position of South Carolina as furnish
ing"' the mostji conclusive proofs bn
the subject. jSouth Carolina had re
assumed her position of lS32-3, and
he knew of no power. y which ' a
State could ipnstitutioiudly secede
frfm the UnsonJ The constitution
had provided ja tribunal to test the
sistance to such; laws was rebellion
and treason. 1 Since Congress had
States in public meetings and legisla
tiva. halls, instructing their members,
to Congress. Iti 7,'as to mute tho
South to meet the united Xorth ou
the I floors 'of Congress. He saw no
necessity for,the re-assembling; of tho
Nashville Conve ition, and go ex
pressed himself at the time. 1 Tho
passed the compromise measures they! South had given; up much for tho
were the supier.io.law of the land, sake of the Unioti, and ; the
and if South iCaroiina resisted, un
der tho principles pf tho constitution
she should be; forced into submission
bv the army I and naysv He said
the fugitive slave law should be en
forced, aid Millard Fillmore .was-the
man forthe occasion. He would en
force its execution, and he beliereil
it was now ia i a I train of successful
execution, andj theo'uth liad a right
to expect nothing less. If it should
not be executed or if it should be re
pealed, he was' not prepared vo say
public in lS50, andthey are now! ve- hc would subrait.jBut on this subject
ry busy in seeking jsuch a candidate, he spokewith Icsscnergy anddeeision
than when speaking of the -use of the
An operative was at fir t suggested,
but, on consideration, it was thought
better to try to gain oyer the sympathies-of
the country people, and the
Such as I ameceivc me. Probability is that a pekant will . be
' t .
v.i ii a rnncioru tnoueni;
11 vfct was new
A u reamer dro
i 'Twae old, ni
A f'unplo fmcy f' ,ne li""ain, -
' IJ.it sjronsin ibe-hirr iru-;;
It shoiH' a gonial mind,
j And hd iis liht became.-
A lanin of a beacon r;iv, ; ! i
i ' ' !
! A monitory ilam.o. '
The thought was smallis issiio great,
I A watcli fire on the hill, .. i
It' sheds, its radiance. far adown, j :
An cliecrs the va'lc-y sti'l ! !
A nameless man. a:nid!a crowd; . "
Tiint throng-?' the naily mart, .-
L' t! fat! a word of Uone and Love,
i. - . . i ' .
ITnsttnJird, from thcjhcBn;
A whimper on the tumuh thro n '
I . . !
' . transitory brenih-p !
It tjnised a Brother fro:n the dusi, j
t Faved a soul fiorapeath. i
O vnii! O font! O word of love! ,
'' J tloit"!it at randotd cast!
Yr tvero but liutc.at the first,
J-.it niishtv at ihe.iat. :
broom, jllumihjty. ;
Calla cthiopica-l (Egyptian
C.immelliia japoniica. , (Jj
Pitv is ofisily ichangetl
.Cape jasmine. (Gardenia florid a. (My
heart is loyiuIJ
" "L r
ANOE Sai;F. A German bought
late custom house auction sale
vf if:ivl:iim.Hl bounded gods, in New
York,, thirty-tv.'o large packages,
whiih the auctioneer Said were .-'sup-
- The price at which lto .mysterious
property was knocked ; down was
$.G0; and on ojfcmagjthc several par-'
eels, it has. been ascertained' that
' they coatain the distinct parts" of a
light house, among wJhkh is a'.largc
cojp?r; wheel, covere l wiia, .curious
devices, and' obviously .-designed,
for complicated mac lincry.j - Other,
cases enclosed, the lenses, an- immeli- j
ato apparatus of a laiitera. -j The, for-,
lunate purchaser of t3 ic-packages has j
already bce'si oltbrfd 7,000 for Lis;
1 i.-ir".tin. which he lias fdeclined. It is
Carii,l flower. (101; -.,-;.
Mirabilis. rFour-o'clock.; Timidity
Mignonette. Reseda, odorata. Mor-
al and Intellcctuiil beauty.
Miniosa. Scnsitirc plant My heart
Hierb station does not
r l pincss.
Carnation. , (Dianthus.)
Catch-fly. (Lychnis.) I abi a willin
' pnsoner. ,
Cedar. (Junipcruf.) You
to mT love. I
Chamomile. Blopm in s
orgy to act in Mveisity
China-aster, doubc. (Astcrchincnsis.)
Your sentiments meet
China-aster, si nglfj. 5Tou hlvo nocau
white.' (Truth nec
" ! '
left to desolation. ;
Citron. Bcatitifil, butil
Clematis. (Virg n's-bowir.) Mental
excellence, ' . : 1 ir-
Cock's-com,1!). : ( Amaranthbs.) Foripe-
Columbine, phrrdo.- (Aqdilegia
ndensisA I fahhot give thee up,
HnlnminnW red. Ilope M fear al
ternately prevail. .
f!,-tiTAKm1ns A" Uncortamh'
Cornus. ..Indifiej-enco., i (i changed
heart' :.. i 'i' M, ,
Cowslip. (PrUnnla.) axatitp grace
Croni-impcriai; (FritillaHa .lmncrn-
lis.) Power witfiout goddness.
uyprcss. jjisapnouueu i-
- - -. , .
r. pair. , j i
Dahliai For cvei thinO.
tennis, if U1 nconsctous
Daisy. .(Bellis pe
. beauty. ;
nty. With; looks
earth. . ;
Lilv, vcllcw. Falsa Light its air
vw s . v Lily .of, the valley, j I Convallaria.
uiy.; re- ; f,.!-,, ta Vioflrt. withrrinffin
Locust the green ! leaved.
tinn lxrvond the crave. Sorrow
ends not when it J seemctii don'c!
Lupine. Indignation. ,
Would I were of more I worth for
vnur safrr. ' 1
Rue. (Ruta.) Disdain. - This trifling
maybe mirth to you, but 'tis
death to me.
Sage. (Salvia.) "Domestic virtues.
Won an's province is home.
Scarletjlychnis. (Lychnis chalcedoni-
Ti;1i!a- .il,nutv .'! Fenm-f. Mr.
Valsh, the Paris correspondent oi'
the New York Journal of Commerce,
in a1 recent letter, says; j '
The month: ' of .iMay, when the
critical problem of I tho revision i of
lent which she received for hef - con
cesi ipn4 was the fugiiivo slave law,
to carry out a plain clause in the
coatitution. He had accented it as
a permanent settlement cf matters,
but he feared after giving up tho
liou's;share, this law would not bo
faithfully executed. .; The South had
millions sacrificed in thejlo.-s of their
runaway slaves. He1 did not belicvo
that Mr. Fillmore would or could ex
ecute this law. The word rcpeaU
was becoming tho war-crv at tho
and if ' President Fillmoro
meant firmly to exctute ir, ho should
have sent to Boston ;a regiment of
military ngrtjast South Carolina, troops. Jackson would have .dona
Gen. Jacksonj had onco threatened it, and executed tho laws a3 'well ia
her with the military force, and at Massachusetts' as. in South Carolina;
the very idea his -own military spirit ud a volley or two' of small arm3
seemed awakened, and ready fbr ac- fired upon a mob would establish Ibot
the Constitution can be ; undertaken.
ca.) I see my danger without pow- anproaelics fast. . iNctwithstanding
cr to shun.
the universal rage for pleasure.
balls, and concerts, there is a
Snapdragon. (Antirrhinum.) I have the general activity in j festivals, pa-
been flattered with talse hopes.
Snow-ball. (Viburnum.) Virtues clu
tcr round thee. A union. :
Snow-drop. (Galanthus.) Though
j common impression that the country
remains exposed to thc;most msmal
rnr.vnlstnns. An Ominous visafO.i a
chilled with adversity, I will be ; private sadness, mav bo' noted ia the
n .' ' .; - . i .
1 am m
on nlli Coquetry.
a.) I wound
is a broken lute!
Mock orange, or Sytinga. , Philadcl-
r.hus.1 Counterfeit I cannot be
lieve cue hb ?has' onco '; deceived
mo, " : r ' j;j .. ..
Alyrtlc: Myrtiis.'Lbvo. :
MjTtle, withered. Love betrayed.
Narcissus, i Egotism. The selfish
lieart descn7es the pain it feels.
Nasturtion- Troprcolum. Honor to
the brave. Wit I
Nettle Urtica. Scandal ;
Nightshade. Suspicion, ; Artifice,
Skepticism. ; ; ! . i
pieandcr. Beware. Shun tho coming
'''evil In vain is tho net j spread in
the sight of any bird. ,1 . .
Olive. Peace, After a Storm comes
a calm. :v-V-": .... J - - . ' '. : '. ,
Orange flowers. Bridal festivity.j
Parsley.: . Apium. Useful knowl--'
edge. v. , -,!.' i .. . j : .
pledge of fric:iihJi!p, 'tis
heart cau 1 'give. Wouldst
Peach-blossom., ; Here. 1 fix
Periwinkle. Vinca. Recollec
of the past i -:
Phlox. .'Our souls are unitetL-
Pino. (Pinus resinosa.) Time j and
'" philosophy. ' .' ; '
Pine." Spruce, Farewell! for I must
leave thee. -:" Y f.
Pink, single white. f (DLanthus.)
genuousness. Stranger to art.
rink, single red; : ' . " :
), , A'token of all the beart can keep,
Of holy love, in its fouhtain dctip.
rink, China. (Dianlhus cbinensis.)
true to thee.
Solidago. Golden rod. Encourage
ment Sorrel. Rumcx.pWit ill-timed. He
makes a foe who, makes a jest
Speedwell. Veronica. , J
.True love 's n holy flame."
- And when 'tis kindled ne'er can dip.
Spider-wort -Tmdcscantia.- The
then counsel me to.fdl in love?
Star of Bethlehem. ! Ornithognlum.
..." Reconciliation. ; Light is brightest
wheii it shines in (Lirkacss. -Stock
july-flower. J You are too lav
ish" -of your smiles. -
Strawberry. Fragaria. A pledge ofj
- future happiness. ;
Sumach.! Rhus. Splendour." Wealth
- cannot purchase love. Ilavo you
" never s xm splendid hri-kry? -Suh-flower.
Hellanthus. You are
Sweet-pea, "Depart ur
so? I ; ;
Rw-fipt-TriiHam. TDianthnS ; barbatus.1
Finesse. One may , fmile and be
. ' a. villain. T cannot temilo when
discontent sits heavy at my heart
Thistle. Cardans. ; Misanthropy, 0
:.t that the desert were my dwelling
" place! : ..; : ' .." . ' . ; . . '
Thorn-apple. . Stramonium. Alas!
' that Cdschood should appear in
euch & lovely form! V j .
Thyma-; , Less lovely thah some, bit t
i mora' estimable. j
Tuberose."' , (Polyanthus j tuberosa;)
Blessings .brighten as j they take
their flight! f'-'". . ' 1 I
Tulip, i Vanity. Thou tast
morphoaod me! This
ot.a summer im'uUt of iho. whirl of dissipation and
the external' recldcssbes"of party
A .Curiosity for Anatomists.
We were shown, a day or two ago, by
Profcssor Henry F. Campbell, M. D.
tion. Our unfortunate state of af
fairs had arisen i from the fault of
both parties ial Courting the support
of thc freesoilers and abolitionists in
closely contested elections. . But
here again he visited j the greater
proportion of censure upon the dem
ocratic party, laud adverted to the
recent election of Mr: Sumner of
Massachusetts fto ,t he Senate. After
some further remarks complimenting
Mr. Fillmore, ike tendency of which
was to recommend him for the1 next
Presidency, hcj declared himself! in
favor of a revenue tariff, with dis
criminations toj protect our domestic
industry, and a system of internal
improvement by the general govern
ment of a national character, but! as
he had not seen the river and harbor
bill he was not prepared to say ha
wjis in favor of if . Sometimes' a bill
upremacy of the law."
Thcro was as much occasion"tf o flo?
Massachusetts as Sputa Caro!in
.and ho could see no : diflerenco be
tween theniv. Howas.fur tho execu
tion of the laws every where: 'out ha
believed Fillmore had but a small
force cf whigs at his comin.rad.
Whatever hc might bjj new, he has
been certainly a free soiler, if hot an
abolitionist Both Ihesc parties aim-
a model in faster, prepared for him wilh im?ottant principles was crowd
by Mr. Win I H Pritqhard, of tins j eJ ith such bi,iekionalIe .attir in
city, of the knee joint of a negro man somo rc,rccts,s bfbrco iti best
whose knees arc c.-ijch destitute cf a j frIeu(Is to rc-$t t IJo con(?iuacd
patenter knee pan. M his remarks with some corrfpUmenta-
ino negro is in tne sen leo oi uic rv nijIls:rthR 4n t, . r,lTnnf.t u A,
ition of slavery,
tended to it.
whig i-as Chief
Iron Steamboat Company. He js
about twenty years of ago, healthy,
and walks without the slightest diFu-
Gen. Gjtmpbei! is obviously a gen
tleman of fine feejings, easy m-inners,
good s':nse, and ' lore himself wth
love i hds
a nrvvnr frlf i
lunj ui umuiauuj.i- v. -p j tno uignity uue the occasion, iu
the slightest inconvenience from tnjs . though nfj enthusiasm was manifJst
pcculiariU. There is a slight deform- L(i ijV thk frl,) .t;, $T,occi was
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ever resulted frem this freak : of
tuiD. " . :
A fail and accurate1 r.ceoimt will
appear in the next Medipal and Sur
gical Journa1. tA7v-s' Cor.sttiutien-
j Washixgto, 'April 20.
i ; President Fillmore jlias issued his
procbiriation warning! all who. shall
engage in any Cuba expedition that
they will thereby subject themselves
to heavy penalties, and forfeit the
protect 'n of the govetnmeht or any
interference in their behalf, and to
whatever extrcjnity tli(Jy may bo re
duced theymust not expect the aid
of the Government He exhorts all
to discountenance ali. suca
ity when the knees are- in a nexcu ; hanlririplv womvod
state, but m a upnghtj position, t ie 0u tbc tcnn nalj0n 0f his remarks
peculiarity is not perceptible, me.rin Trn.;il ,b b
mscles and tendons Wive adapted j of thrco scorc ana ten years, arid the
themselves to this dcfcct,wmch as experience : of a long iifj of lublic
congenital, and no mconvcmcnca hps Lrrv5fp: - 1(i,iro..i 4Cn ' ,
diencc fr an hour and a half 3n re
ply, and; was repeatedly intenqpted
He said he was; a candidate for re
clectiori against las consent, , biitj at
the almost j uainin ous wish of the
democratic parlv: ; and the solicitude
hc felt wis . forj the triumph of the
Constitution ; and?- the perpetuity ofj
ireeuom anu me oaionana not jor
his personal! '"aggrandizement" ' The
first Viish !of hisj heart was for his
country, whicli; had always so highly
honored him aud dispensed such un
exampled blessings' oa ; a free,' pros
perous andjliapjpy people. His com
petitor wasja'gtjntlcman of great; pri
vate worthl of much experience ; in
public service,; capable and worthy
ed at the final abo
and their measures
! The election of i
Magistrate of Tgmiesseo would bo
hailed as ;a victory at tho North,
and its moral influence in encoura
ging the fmatics may precipitate a
crisis upon us. The best way to pro
serve the Union was not to suffer
either the North or South to violate
the constitution. Our count ry had
varied interests, and all must be pro-
f r. rv vwv iCA c-r.y t
the Constitution. 1 Ic adverted: to bin
general principles asi to tho policy of
the General Government; and said
his administration :ls Chief Magis
trate was known tq bo public. If '
tho whig party instckd of trying to
get the cry of tlisunion on the Mem- !
critic partjv tho sake of a! littlo 1
party advantage,, wijud ! mako1 con- :
mon cause with tl em, t?ic North
would respect our rights, the cry cf
repeal would be sfcenccd, anil tho
Uni6n rest on imperishable -"lTjunda-:
Such I believe a
staatial account of
the two candiditcs.
bid to repor their
limit3 of a fitter.
Djicn on ih:
meeting of tho
dthful and sub-
tho positions of
It is impossi
spceches ia tho
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mechanics of Cincihnali, Oa the Dth
uH, j the 'following resolution was
adopted; ' . ' V
.Resolveij, Tliat ' tho leg d r loies-
sion can be dispensed witly and to
this end, wd advocate . the repeal of
all laws for tho collection "of debts, '
well knowing that our useless Iiiiga
tiori is a tax upon the labor of tho
people of Ohio, amounting to mora
thaa $2,000,000 a year, .
supposed to be worth