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FAYETTEV1LLE ! OBSERVER, jof the prud
A. II. CT.ItUY, ! ...
Okkic,i: J Ihe Old Slant; Sign of the
"Observer V t inting Ojftce. j
r jYETTE 1LLC, TKNX :
Till UM W V, M'IOIt3:it it.
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and go to
"now? , is the sylla-
roiii the tongue of Time.
Keep. tliisj fettle word, in your mind,
Xvoik for the cause.-
gentlemen,; he said, that he was placed
in such a position that he would prob
ably be forced jto sacrifice one wing of
his party; and; that we ought not to
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7"uv- " ucl T 1 -..men from; the .North rather; thr
; w " ; -rT , mcn lrom j : tJie . jortn rather j than
on your garments, nhd twenty-nirm:'ifica from the Soli,
to battle and; to tirfon! these ben)" the number of members
to get jne hominaViojh, jyef ho will do j va v first elected," he did not lose two j or honorable" quali tjj Tl
right if elcctedj. But it : Seward and jhu ldred votes in our 'Congressional cians, too, who havei serve
company havo had iyflnence enough jdi:
! of the Northern and Southern sections
' j (if Xcw JIaiijish
Lei lor from
We inVitd special attention to this'greiat body ofjthe Southern tnembers jp
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heretofore to keep him silent whenit'pauty presented Martin "Van liureii
was ins duty to have spoken, will; as h candidate for re-election," there
they not have just as much influence 'was -a majority of four
'alter' ms election: Will they noiti huhured votes
threaten to abandon , his administrij-, wai an cxhtlitiou ;o'
tion? AV ill he hot. -to! secure their; worthy of American
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For. v rrvi:siM;.NT,;
UAVl r. king.
DoiM Vera lie KlcrforsU Tirkrt.
IOR THE TATE AT LARfiF.,
U. P. Micholson. ol Muiy.
i FOR THE DISTRICTS,
?M Mii.I.igan ot GieeiiP,
Thomas (J. Lrojt. ul Kimx.
?jmi'el A. Smith, of HraJ;ev.
'Jo. G. Pickktt, ol ytinilij
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p 'Vm: A. Uuap.i.eh, "I Mil 12'omery
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lion. ! L. tlinsi:idu. ioi the V lug R,arty in Congress, i lhe rSupport--they being tjicj great imr ought 'Always to prelt-r
It is lcnir'hv. but never mind
. and !:as lonjr been
ered one bf the ablest whig members
Congress, with Mr. Clay
finiu XorLh "Caiiliua.
lieu,1 October 8,
In compliance with yourJwJiLjh ought not to!be lost
; request, 1 proceed briefly to
substance ot my
state, in . Without, however, going in
V Food for! Thought, j
I'efore the day arrives on whu'h
another issue of the Observer will be
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due, the great Presidential raccjwill
will be called
have been run. On
the American people
Select a Chief Magistrate
these nointsl I ni
dation with you in relation t jthe ap-: Sp$ak of Gen. fecott.
'proaching Presidential elecfaon
lo this the' more readily.'
because I have no political
that I wish to conceal, but
as one of my immediate cona
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o read it, before voting. .L , ,Al ,u
sei native, meii of tle NorthL to tight
the wnold Iqree ol tile au ministration.
The deatli qf Gen. Taylcr alone pre
vented a stVuggle which would have
shdiken the country to its centre.
Tlic decree of lroviilence thus avert
ed the contest, ibut ihe lesson is one
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rity in his party just as Geii Tay-i of their country to mere party sue
for did determine, as a military man, ce.-k If tha whig convention has
to "sacrifice the small body from the! no
And when we hie pressor! ' cumstances,
v, as I thiilk, made
again, as doubtless
wo shall be, whatjtioh, ought W
Northern man, eitlier Whig or Dcm-i I do not at present see any particii
ocrat, will come to lour relief? If we, 1 laij issue pending between the parties
uic.mmviiieaumit; uu uii-uun aim . ui suu:uieiib liiatlllUOt, IU sllisiaill
put in our enemies, wliat right haveith whig nominee at all 'hazards.
we to look ,lor isoitlieni
again? j. . : - j'l
But it may be said tha't
fuse to support Gen. .Sc
1 I proceed at once
1 In the summer of 1840
to I dangerous
bo elected, if lie were a pa
man, there migl
-,in the objection. I have'el
lis Cana- tinized hid course since! the
j da annexation 1 lettjer was published. ! ning of the canvass. TJftoji all ques- of
;Gen. Tayloi having 'just bebn inaOg- 'tions connected with slavery and tho'ch;
other members of Congress
iiict ail who! felt an interest
ltuents, j niiglit be Iro-uomiii'
tern ln avith the support, t:
pinions j(jen Tayloi having ' ust
. nrufpfl il pipi-nAillnrahrilim that 'ho !rinrM if fl.o SJimtli nn! ihiin. f h?if T fvnnnn in t lint linvnvii1 iu T.d- :r t. c.-r.jln iUn l-iirVifc? nf .1 .-
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posed, of the whold South. It would
be necessary to secure the Northern
you are entitled to have t
form capable of preservation for fu
ture relerencq. - ;
. From the time of Gen Scott's
nomination t have universally stated, l-Gen. Scott, therefore, while exprcss-l'nrolfi
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in conversation with my colleagues, ; ;njr i, s wcsk for the aenuisition! of insti and
Uanaua, i yoiuntan:3r, ana wiinout tiremetit
being questioned oh the point, went has been
ated for ' election, know of, from any section of the Un-'gii
s it was then sup-
atureofour own State, with una-
,i has abetter record1.! I While he nniity, botli among the vhigs and
has been, as f tr as I know, true to i democrats, pissed strong resolutions j
all tjhe jgreat essential interests' of his ag.inst any
'vote in opposition,' to supercede him.iiowii section, his' votes and speeches !Tn
him to have been eminently . red
ing mv views, 'that I did nj.t intcntLon to declare his! opposition to the
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f v . ...u, a ;i nf ,li,tv i,,! "'o ij uHiiiuii, i ic-uu. y mi laKing leiTuory inai ; wouiu icanuiuate ior ine rre
tore dead, .g uho it is our duty and the q of .trengtheiiTthc Iirth, ho was oppbkd ! recently, he did the
interest U support, it is obligatory- hwth m k& who rbsi-!0 such acquisition as might, in .like jspect fo Atwoo.l.
to' canvass the positions ol : dents of Wvl Distinct,- and also, to; infinnpr. id'pn 'thft Snnt.h even with ! nnlitirv 1 nml nnrKnn:
to support den. bcott. inlreply su-acquisition T)f MeHicnn territory. ; In I the democratic parly oflNew ILunp
s as 1 received, ask-1 substance he saidj that while he ,vvas Ksfiiile, John! P. Hale, the abolition potting Pierce
liberal to us. Since his rc
from Congress.'! his course
consistent and national.
was active in putting j-down, in
havei served with him
We cbmply with the request of
riet. But in 11840, when his j in either House of Cpngress, as far as !tie Knbxville U'hi" and cony the
I have heard'them speak, have ex-jWebsttij
pressed themselves invariably inthejgf. jri
most" CivoruLIe term with Respect to j jow3 -
under the cir-
an unworthy nomina-
b not to repudiate it?--
support; All too whig appear j to be satisfied j so, I would not have acted in accord
- nvith Mr. tillmore s Administration, ance with njv own snse of rightJ If
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we iv- ni u ei,Mijce no came mio oince, ! nave loo oitwn encttuntercu poosi-
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General; t hire has been.no new measure of .
ty character passed, j The Sul
it be force .Ticasury, Tariff, - aiul otherl general
sely scru-: lavte passed in Mr. Polk a tipie, havo
begin- n6ti been changed
tion in the pnscienfious discharge of1
my duty, td hesitata now.
If Franklin PieroJo was willing to
encounter al storm ol onDosition and
There i4 but one I obloquy bv opposing the . strong abo- i a.k
nem Mt. JMJImore recommendea litiou current ot the North, as ho did
nge jn, viz: me iami. v un rei- j in pumng uown iiiwoou, mere-; jj,0 r
tbift the-cx-.'c0k )
I am well aware,?ir,
pressioil of these opinions may sub-;
ject me to jlenuntiationi from some.
If I had consulted only j my personal
convenience, 1 nugiit weJI have iallen
into the general current'of the party. .' oj
myself aga nst Gen JScott prior to'
his nomiuat tin, I might have claimed ;
credit as an early supported, and!oc-'
cupied, dot btless, ; position in the
front of his party. Ibut had 1 done-
increase - of
son; to suppose that Under Mr.! When Scot
taut, sec Chi-of thfc Union, ought 'vy;
not you anil I, and others to bej w
willing to make sihne sacrifices, if j vlQ
necessary, fio . maintim the great es- iUcforu J
in fact , therefore , no;sential inte ests of ur own section? !WOtt11 1 u 'it;
receivep the nomination j jj. .
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both thoroughly, so that we may ar-; some from
rive at a just common sense conclu-;St.n
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strengthen1; the Ibrth, he was opposed ' recently, he did the sjome with re-, in;
Mr. Atwood, a in
other portions of the ; the North
t-ral of these letters were
I then looked upon this.
rsonal fj-iend of Gen.
in .the. balances, ami found true; to jUire j til(Jntion this lest it should than asa.bid for Northern support at
the Constitution; and particularly eo,. cnflVged that I hesitated tjo com-jiie expense, too, of pur essi
touching that "peculiar institution Imit myself I in writing, since it was crests. 'Du'ring my journey
neeied! With Gen. Scot I the case is :
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entirely ditlerent1 Jt is art okl ax
; Pierce,1 was the democratic nominee se
lirect oppbsition to them. It was lealmly, and; act solely for the interest Lp -i.T,.,
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.ouin, with the aid ;ot
ivative democrats of tl
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;wua.wii fui -waiu in mo j.i.-.a eouiu oc consiuereu ru nooLiier un!iu; as his opponenr,! ine wnrgi canui- in uin inein pairy, leli into ihe rear . coinnromisri i hi
the movement, llui hi thn o:lpo 1 iho i-lff..;ii.
date, was like all the other whigs of of
New itampshire, iibstilj to the fugi- 'of Gen. -Scott the revense w:is true. ! powerfully
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my jouiuej nuuu-ii nve giave iaw ne mvuiuMj wioie a ias uoiiuuaieu uy ine in utienco Democrat from aram stanuing up
with -which all South of Mason and 'easy for anV ot those genttcmen the Northern States in the autumnP letter expressing li s opposition to of
Dixon's line .are so immediately con- thf e ht'l"Sin? lW!ctl ijtltycar, I had other evidences id
: " ., U. I,.,i-n rvidnnin .1 . i. I fill il -A ..l'
iik'ui iii iiii.t. i u i hi .mvu k. i inv.iiv hq same enect
mv position. I
edient .to make a publication jon j voluntarily taken, anKf claims on me fere, lie might, Uo, have said
or any other Southern man. On the both the candidates were stai
eontrj-iry, ijsaw that the rights of my on the! same ground, 'besides
section under the Constitution, as;thcr ho nor the people of Now llamp- 'It may be said that as ft ho Van bu
amply prove iiim to be hustly
object ol suspicion, lie ewes
nomination, mainly, to the presoikn,
with Jounion, Crrclj and tiavard at
their head. Gcuffff, Williams, Ste
phens, Twwilig, CVuj)tnw, CuhtU,
Hihiphrey Jhtnfifdliul of them
ioin, and none the less true on ac-jthi subject!, partly because j it was
count of its antiquity, that "a man -said by the jpapers friendly to Gen.
' is known bK- the company he keeps." ; Scott, that
If Gen. Srott liadmadenodeclara-,0"?111
i . . . i Li i the people, ;
tion of his views touching the slave- T ; f . 1 ,
iy j question, his associations would 'constituents
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did not think it 'Scott had not, in the; position he hadjcler no particular ol ligation to inter- Sduth, and the compromise men of; them in such a movement, intended
mat use -ortu, anu n we support him, we as it is solely to eia ct our political
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nci- thparmy ot I abohtiomsls in front.! der ul the eircnm.stiinces. better thati i i:. .. . . . , ..
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giving my views to my j tijslavery votes. It was obviou
tace to face, in a lull and Qbn. Scott believed lie could be elect
seeing, that the , contest
was likely tj be between Gen. Taylor j tall the time I refer to, repeatedly
s that 'a mere- question of justice to the! have in reality surreiuh red nothing!
elect-'l South; land ;et Gen. Pierce tpok it "practical, because they had no in- ,
V lu tree manner on my return 10 my la-jed by Northern votes alone. I"; upon himselt to travel sonly distance; teres t in this question.: Iheir anti-( party was he strokes!, but .because
;s his'trict. ' ; j ; tltk, I": have the best reason to be-; to see Mr. Atwood; and ; on his uefu- 'si; very, if not merely! taken up to' also, the" conscrvalive men of the
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lieve I that he, much more recently sal to tiike back his- letter, he com- de
menced a movement which resulted m
and Gen. Scott, and that the; former jexpresscd the opinion that lie could , in tlegrading-Atwood from his posi- hak-e only to sricritice some pride of of a similar!
of the day,
to t ike any position with
regard to the great pending questions
md hot being disposed to
W4 member of Congress all, men adopt him on, trhst, and blindly sup
nOrthun. J. alter long waiting lor a
r ILi - ...L..i;.,irt .cv. J development of Gen. laylor d views,
in i n iii.i.ii iv i.'uuKivw r. . i - M ,
I 1 ! . idelermmeu
cause he was thus nominated, and 0p Qen
because he refuses to commit himself I ;nco i,cn
to the maintenance of fie-Compro- regret that course. ; As I apnrehtn
islires. But it is urged that ded laud predicted,; as soon
he did use; his influence
measures and the! fugitive slave law j
weie pcnding,to bring the whig mem
in coniuihction with a maiorihi of
I ft' 4j I
his lament-! thrown iiUo onposition to it
to iwlvocate the iicmina-
ScoU rather than hisj
1 "have had no reisoni to
whUe these ipolicy of Gf?n:. Ta) Ior's adni histra
i tion was
I the gre;
fteen States; such was
f all the
e condition of thii
lin bckeventec 1 lhonths before Geil Tjiy
h, vet the public whs hot
aware of it. His Sudden
1 ers (f Congress up t o theij
?o, his utter failure show-
- i !
able weakness. To the 1
North of Mason and Dix
owes his nomination am
whig members of Cpngrc:
States, but three voled foi
ilave tall and those th
Fifliii'-iv. for the Presidd
rence to any one! else.
ho. did use his inttuencd
i 1 1 m ill i in i
ie effected just nothing at all! Put tjien
we have good reason to believe that, !c
ike some one .siictk-en of .in the Scrip- Three Gentlemen wer
So that if,uthtn
I that it w
s, he "opened; not his mouth.'' ; that purjosd
lis strength lay with the anti-slavery j ,m'1 '
f ? 1 t i, i i i I arthe
nen of the NorthJand such a course i r y .
io knew- would i alienate their aflec-; Toombs, of (
deeloped, with refer!
t slavery questions j
members to (.knigrt ss, was
I had some conferences with Mr. alrights of the South. How. does !jedtion to Gen. Scott that have been' ft-'reu the sanguine Scottites, at.the ;;
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Thurlow Weed, the Editor ot. the A1-; Gen. Sdott s conduct compjire with uiLtu by others, especially, his con- very close ol ; the. canvass,' to hack
bany Evening Journal, and with Mr. jit? In Pennsylvania Gen. Sbott was teinptuous mannerj of slurring over; their pretended confidence with their
Horace Greeley, the Editor ot the nominated ior tne Pi esidencV by the .th i platiorm by "accepting the ncjm- j m0ney, by calling on Mr. Denj. 1 V.
New York Tribune, both of them ;samo j convention that nojninated in; tion with the resolutionsannexcd.'' !. j.,-or this; town who has in
being well known as intimate; frienrds!Gov. Johnston for re-election. But ; Ho not jonly fails ti follow the exam- i . . , '. ' !.. ' I
and mouth faeces of William II. Se- Gov. Johnston refused to sign a bill plo of (fen. Pierce declarinthat j UKs. Ke4 '"'S uvo u.ou.a.m uoiiai,,
....vl Tlmv n-nro nftrlv line:) o f n Locrcml (iv lio .TilinAv! f ?i : T.fml:i f nve i In mi iini nles mpt. lii5 ji nnnili!! f inn. i which the Owner Wishes to risk On
s from those j tomjse preYentcd an open and io-
ee were lor ;lv, ISot
ney in pref- i lueeliug if a decided majority of the
o ii. 1 ;r Southern Wliig members of Congress,
ii . , i I i . e r
on. A oout me lirsi; oi iu-
lt was deiernjiiued, at a
is our duty, bef'oreiii open.
as sdlgcu,j(1icl!r;itjtn' tf ji0SliiitieS) to! advise
Gen. Scott,; and said he. could not of Pennsylvania to facilitate the exe- bu;
ii i i i i i j.1
poitsioiy he; supporieu uy mem, ou
acqount of, his Nativeism, and van
rrtMi llf-t-n-iAt-i Ivirn cinpn iil.'pn lin ripn.
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Scott and given himi the nomina
tion?! Because they found they 'could
make use of him to destroy Messrs.
Fillmore, Webster, and other friends
of the compromise; and they, there
fore sehzedi upon his as a fitting iu-
Piesident of our purposes, jkrument foi that purpose. But it
is said, that he had : in his private
conversations expressed himself jin
I favor of those measures. If it be
it makes the
, to wit: thi. Horn 0.
the present Secretary
Hon. Humphrey Marshall,
of Kentucky, and the lion. Hobert
They, in accor-
against hini After the passage of
the bills, a fierce attack was made on
(Knn mon of ilm ATnrfri tvVin tind 11m
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tions.irom nun, iuu uuuuig un an dance with the views oi the meeting, iuhpmlitv td nciflit. in fpttinc thpm
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lopes or promuuon anu ne i un se;u ueij v;; utu. vn mc x ltsmcui, i through. Seward and ins tollowers
ried his delegatior
slave law, and piT
cution of the fusitivo
was in fict,; avowixlly hostile to that -the wori4 his failure is ominous.
ouS other points enumerated by them, measure. Jiere, then, was a proper runny consirueu, his language, un
Why is it than Mr. Seward and these lease for thej intierilerenco ot General; der all the c rcumstances, only seems
Scott, he beint 1 associated in the to imply that he Jiktd tlie ndmina
nomination-! of I the convention with . tioki so much that hei was willing to
Johnston. Ougllt he not, in justice italte it, notwithstanding the bbjec
to himself, if he was a friend to the :tio
compromise, to hive written at least! So
the movement. Bu
ow their example.
Lleetoral "ticket fur this
m that, paper. 'It is as fof-
O. Glass, of'
1 tifF. ST.VTM AT; LIIICIL,
iri-'W: Ti:iFORjt; of Blount.
hi P. Low, of Hamilton.'
. Duct. J. M. H.in;ni':r. of
W. , G.
P. K Cornwel!,kSmit!i.
Thos. Stalker, of Stuu
John P. II; jman, tf
Hubert O.Sniitli.of Lew
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Jno. C. Thompson, if
Samuel lteid, of Tipton.
llowing comments upon tho
re taken from l'ro widow's'
Webster Ticket. We nov
'ebster and Jenkins ticket
ie is lugs of Tennessee, and
d in good faith. The mateh-
smaa of ' Massachusetts haw
Pierce, if, he should; come; in, there i was it not the ereneiad feeling of our ! i
n i j 1 i: I i . ... .!.. . f . . " liuoocia.
f,T1U UC aP 1 Ma f:inScni; people that it oughpn.t to he sup- jd mi o j k x repress, the
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lhu.u iv.- iluo. i noneu: xiiiil was au lionebL. luilii-
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Jut it is said that the Van Bu-I otic impulse. Undir pressing solic- t
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Ac-iia anu uLiiui uee-a ijers are tuit- H.iiinns jniii . ;n i iiiuencu oi nariv .... n ...
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Itmustbd remem-lrreiudice. imany Lave reluctantly -i..;.. a....
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tauing territory that; wouiu i i candidate ior the rresiuenc'. Jiore . pereu, however, that he was not nom- .yielded acnuiescence. Js it not bet
j " vita imj y it uui iivv v a v- f-j w i . . . v tQJ Si 1 V
spirit oil Northern fanaticism
reed Scott's nomination up-
Louutry nay, Mr. Webster
more to chasten and cor
educ.itional eirois and piej-
i the massed, on the subject
ivory, than any other one man
iii the case ; the defeat of "Gen
&f the North, butG :.
detdr any . Northern ' fv,U ,Lf;., i!..ir.,.,Tl ,i . 1 1. ..i.
hin shmihn" un . . n! i i ' i .
er m ute laie veorgja jjeuiiaLuie
king it manifest th;(t he was beaten,!
; not merely because! the Democratic
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be elected without a vote' from a slave j tion asjthe democratic -cainlidatoj for cohsistency. We of the South, on , ture Co'nvtntion, and greatly cou-i(j;tj.tcg'r prei:jjcn -md Vi'.' Pivi-
otatei. j r or me last . inree years ne uovcrnor, anu in siiusiuunng a uiu contrary, nave a praeucai inter- iriuutc to cnsureitie luturo quiet
has been identitied with tne anti- sound man in his place, i It was thus est-t-a great i'stakei in ' -the slavery ; of the country.
slavery party ol the North; but in j that Gen. Pierce, a tnvate citizen, question Should we abandon it and ; I am respectfully
1848, Mr. Reward, who is the leader under ho especial obligation to take i throw ourselves into jthe embraces of;
of that party, was opposed to him. , so much trouble and odium on him-! the abolitionists, who from the North ;
During the session of the Whig Con-!splf, acted from a mere; determiaa-, will be able to extricate us? I pass
vention at Philadelphia, in that year, ;tjon to tlo justice to the cjnstitution- ;ovbr, Sir, many grave points of ob-
'icrce will tend
; ite son
done.. jWeber i.s as pre-cmi-
the f.ijst military' post
both having signal-
ueh distinction! Jenkins "b
s long .chcrikhed and favor-
the distinguished auti.cr of
a t t.
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.iaie oi pom jianies, m -Copy our
"Electoral Ticket Vas, given .under
our editorial head so as to enable the
they the nomination of tie latter, by ma-1 ,1 ;,.i-
i - lUtviiuv;
1 . i - "it i. t , .. .l
ioiners win com pi v. .Most c-i lit
even this act of justice, but
feat Cass, was at least only a limey .country generally refused to support i i..
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uer',7 111 11 iDP, "ey!hmi,we ny prevent the recurrc;iro- uJ 0r ul 0Me that ruu
Piejce papers will give our ticket to
their readers. . j
i ti . t i I ai it
i lew which as to our ticuci. v c
ve a ticket now made out, that we
T. IT CL1NGMAN.
Dr, L ADSbx A. Mili3. :
An ojiportunity is new cf-
de'nl, are "model" Siatesmen--ine:i
lot whom good whig; may vote with
prfdc and pleasure, and point to tho
Blectoral ticket is made up of Far
the first water!
ight, in afu-r days. Our
nics, Lawyers, lioetor.i
tits, every one of whom
are whigs gld and true, and boast of
Clay Wuicc, of
Hogs The foh-nMog ItUrr is
from an intelligent iiirn.t r of Madi
son C'iunty, Kentns ky, t the editor
of the Lexington Sutc-sman. uho
inasmuch as there ;wa3 a great! Gen. Pierces election next Tuesday, j the ,nu-v sav, is intimattlv conver
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ssure upon him to get him up to
as to venture, fitly dollars, or in pt
nortion lor a smaller sum
vindicatilig his position? j North; and
ButJon ihe contrary, he was as mute i thd
as the grave, add lent i thp whole ;ou
weight of his mil tary popularity to .;coi
the support of Johnston.; And he tin.
was repaid by thf exertions ol uov. er?
lable resolutions tied on to it
is he construed throughout the
ie must, when he wrote
fter , Ids ; defeat by ; thtfee issues
candidate, came to j to
the convention at Baltimore, andcar-
B'jt it is said I at we. were ltpre
sentdd in the c Invention, anil are; fea
. j t i . iiit.i ...1 t'n intii t i nni river .i.-i.i tn.irnn.'i i 11 .ii.i 1 ttt i i i' n. r 1 .1 1: . t . ai..
j 1 ; ....... ,,..,n 1 ti . - .uiu uaiu iiii iu vinvii-i.riin iiiau: ni, 1 tnnu' 1 no tin ii ia irnc 1 Wfn;ipr Jinti 1 rnnrwn m nminu 1 n Miiinoi l ils 1 uu. - uui
I tVnnle of Lii coin! which will you 1 musfexpeet our' determined opposi- Fillmore. But-while the stgrnti of nee. 1 Suppose ife had nominated;
U pv A hUNn-oven hiiclfi tl0n " Ve nrsislea 111 YQltl sfcn I war was raging for their 'destructMi, Fred.; Dduglass, tl o frncgrothe.the
juiport: itau nasi ;a compromisj) as vve advocated, fnd!where was Gen. Scott? As theyliad :;ame argument might have4iben!gi
iiine and tMgaiti lo be true , to youruusisej 0I1 ts policy ' of admitting Lnir Vinn iv,.,f i,a rlimifrhf. if. iw.m nA. .Shnnld it. o said that this is IP I
'nteresl.s, by being true to the Consti- California and New Mexico as Stales,
S'-.W, if not opposed to you, laud supporting the claim ol the. lat
hi I ion
is certainly open to "distrust,
is best, lo endorse a man who you
Iwho may or
This is the
know is jwith y ou, or one
may not be an -enemy?
condition in which you afe placed
viewing the mattenn the
able light. If you prefer
then go for I'icrrc,, with
lo work af once, for thcrf is now
time to be lost,
it vdl be too late
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Which !"cr t0 ihe lennorj on inissme oipe
Bio Grande, According to their
several repots to us, Gen. Tajjlor
was unyielding, and frankly declared
to them that as soon as the Conjsti
tut'ion of New Mexico reached him,
which he looked for in a fowdays, he
should send in a message to Congress
recommending its admission at once
as a OUUe, .is ne nauMuuuiu uiu
of California) that! he also declared
i vill. Go
that Texas hadnriglit to the territory jon the part of Gen. Scotjt?
their duty j to do, why -did he jnot
stand by them like a man? A sen
tence, from his pen declaring Ins ap
probation of their course would have
materially aided them. iThough lap
pealed to again and again, he would
not write it! On the contrary, he al
lowed his name to be inscribed) on
the banners of their enemies. ( It
was under the cover of his military
glory that Seward and his clan fought
the battle 'against purallies. Was
such a proceeding fair and honorable
tho time Irl.-iinipil bv her. and i that he was uis-
atchv.ird ; posed to support the claim of ( New
Mexico against her.
'To one of these
Many of his friends try to evade it
by saying that though under, the in
fluenee of ambition he beted
from whiph you anil I come, have not J Pjer
o. Whin Gen. ; Jackson h$ hid been deficien
for Gen. Scott.
iot a supposa'ble c ise, then would we
not have! been boiifid to support Se
ward, who will doiittless, if the South
acquiesces and assists in the election
of Gen. Scott, be t ie next nominee.
If we sre not bcund ;t) go for any
nominee" unless he is a proper person,
is;not Ijhis the tiim : for us to make
the stand? It is, iowever, said that
allegiance to our p irty requires sup
port of its ticket. It was Deciitur's
motto thit one's i ountry should be
supported right or wrong; but are we
to do the same by La party?!. The in
dependent freemen of tho section
to is military services by the
bit ibn of pictures; &c! Brilliant mil
itary services,! like his, are a great
her in the! cap of any man; but
people have ;not deemed I them
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aloae sufBcieiit to qualify otle for
Presidential ohice, ,m de$mte oi
t political pojectmus
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obAl charges bgainst the candiiJates, pes ln ifra to his Iuta.re;1i.e Piwn nn '"ho-s for home con
He will give .any individual so unwise sant with the hog trad
' Madison G., Oct.-1 1.
.Sia:--As there some inquiry
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Inhnte of ic.pcct. ; hi(. o:i krdi.i the U't-si this fail. I
Apollonian Hall, Oct. 0. lvni sivc vou a few hints from a
We, the members of the A;p(I-'p,actic;iH;innn.. !
Ionian Library Socn ly, of Frank-j u s acceded,' i believr, thnt
lin Collpge, Trniu, having learned i,. (:,.up ()f 1U1;S js lighter iu lou a,
the painful int. lligenco that during ' VI isionri. Ohi and Kentucky lliaS
felt a'contcmpt Tor! intermission it has pleased Divine !lust year. Whi!! in Indiana ai.d II-
understandings, if he thought we , I rovulcnce to mnovc i from cur j;,lu:s jt js tolitr.nd-l that there is
d put any other Construction on! miinlst, by deatlr,; m. I M rr, 'jo percent more. II this
I am sorry that his support-; OIie 0 u most uoi thy members, asl atmiifcd, we must allow a
instead of, endeavoring td mcet;whc yet m the bom and vigor of Lroo.i vc.. ror TJuCkris f.u- the mar-
et up an
jof. endeavoring to) meet; nh' J'ct iu the bom and vigor of;ft00tj jC:ir for rckris f.u- the':
, are merely eudeatoring youth, and engaged in the-p!eamg !-et Js Coii,paiiiv(!v bare-!" pn
u excitepient Til relation lask r storing j his mind u ilh ,i0lls;:mj H:c .quantity in antic :ipa
try services by the exhi- knowledge and gnodiiess; therefore, ' ,ml, ti.e san.r, im,niratio:i him
make no' reference to thd
knowledge and goodness; therefore, ! ;ibont the same, immiizratio i h.m! it:-
Jusotcnl, I hat uhile it becomes ; u.rna jpniv ments con-ideKil.
us at all times to submit wiih i-cv-;Agrlin jargc part r ti;c l : n
erencelo thevill of Heaven, yet , Ke.tuclW has al.eady b( rn take n
n e can not but feel gnevcd at ihe South, .h.-.e it is conMimi d up the
iimirncly end -of one whom ve Cour;ry anJjot.s-not interfere with
cherished as a I rother, worthy of all j packrt, meats; (iiC !:,sl win.
confidence, a. d one whose ieeent;lcr kilie(T nf.alv a; l!ic pi.s, uhkh
coiuluct mduded us to indulge .;u r..,.r. f....rr;.. ir. i-,u ,,,,,, ,.r
I 11 III IUI L- (ilit'Vj iniiu
use they are unnecessarily and
unworthily inadej Having
vn Gen. Scott foi- a great many
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ii gives me pleasure io lesuiy
ligh mcralj worth and honor-
qihalities as a soldier and a man.
i I have never seen General
yet all of those who served
with him in Mexico, that I have met,
concur in saying that no man was
mbrti respected or more popular.
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ligence; courage j and high
tley would haf e held General ;
in the estima
tion they did, if J
in any' manly
forbid the idea
.,of. -...i . ":t.. '
u0e..a ui ,.,, guincss. j !sumption, and pievcnt an increase
tieSoieca, n ai we ueepiy sjmpa-.j:. . Jamiarv licxt, iu mnsi nuence of
iu.se w,.n the bereaved rela,vcs ;ttfddva!icin 1)liecJ!. Wc say nothing
our departed brother, well know- now abou California! and Australia
mg lhat whatever sorrow wc.mayL0u and the i comparative ease of
the money market iii Kuropc and
at home. On ihe wliole we Iook lui
be greater. I j " ' I
ft . . 7 fTM . . .
m, i 8.coj.y oi these ,ie fair rricesysay from $1 to
rents of;he deceakeel, and also to j frorf g3 -0 lo ?G per hundred
ii H ' '"J-irictt, n market.
V...V.IHI, jjrtjicis, wiii uie request:
uiui iney piiunsii ihe same.
-The Duke of Wellington, the con-
. II. SM ITII, Jr. ' ' ; q0er0r of Napoleon, died from ca.tini;
r : !: J.CmMiHe.tao much venison.
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