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NO NOUH'II, IV O SOUTH, ITKDr.U THE CONSTITUTION, BUT
Jnarce of. that iNSTrrntNT aud the l'sion.
VOL. 13.
M'AllTHUR, VINTON O
JiYpIO. SEPTEMBER, 8 ISC4.
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1 Brxttan' Utiiiuiiic, F AM of Tour'
Mniiae, L'u Stnim. '
TERMS, CASH.
Th Dr.si. .-mat will be a-mt nno year for ''nc
Dollar; and Fifty i-ont. Sit Month-.. f..rS..vun-tv-6v
lnts; four Months, lor Kit'.' Cum.
f All papera will bo rii-eonlimi'i.t at the
tkismh . .-TiVEi' cisixr;.
Ono Sqvuro one inrtlon, i).T5
Kftch addilioual inoitioo, .25
Curls oiio year, ,
Notice of appoint-t.cn '. ot 1.ir,it v
tr, (iuRT.li.in and Kii--.ul-.ru 1 1 .SO
Atto-rh"'- n..t:-r lu loru . I. l,'.n
E-llturlnl iu-l.:- I'OT lii-.o. ('5
rjf- Tan liuos i!ir.ioii clrirtre-l s n- pq.iaro
md all Advcrti? niii'tila 1 LckuI Notices must
bo p-dd in a lvj u-o.
llborul luctiot willbo nui',ctjyour
ndvoTtiwrn. "
-4TThe uix-vot ma mint 1 "MiipUud w'.'.li
"Al! pa.Miiot) a must l tiiu lu to Ihe Pro-rUt-i'i
u" lVB 'ul ;e :?enta.
The DciBttcrat JoM)llic.
We aro prepared tn em-nte w.th n-ntiiflKs.
ll-.pi.t-.-h mid al irw t' it defy o.iinH.ti Li.i,
II kiii.lH nl Jo!) W ink, inch a-
UOOlvS,
lA MTI! LETS,
HAND 15 ILLS,
L'llO'oUAM Mr
WAA, l!CMS.
' r.LANK'3-.f uM KINI'3.
iSllllM INO lill.L.
LA15KLH, iin.,izc
f.i u A tr?! anil lit'coiivliu-cl tlu-t w icnn
"id will 'i- '"iii'i '' 'lOup-rturCoii 'lii n i.-i.i
,tii.irn'.il .iilim-'H in tlii"')cii"i) i.f.-.i mtry
Mvpi Tl! OOCSE .:
L0l;mi0UTli, nii!0
-HV-
GHARLES HiOQRf .
This Hiiie Iruir.s -mi 1I10 '-um -1
Lnd. ua. ml n?" 'h- I'.'-iW'-i't H-!"". N"
1-i.iiu will (Mip.r.l fr ,1b utcu.iv. In'iifi
ol (Jt it.
jcpt. jSfia.-ij;
CLINTOH HCUSE.
SCOTT & POLLARD.
PROP)tlTOHS,
an. ill, 'ti-l-lyr CliiltOM'""'" '''"
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MARRIETA AAD CICINNATI
RAILROAD.
ONunl i.fti-r Monday, Juniwryll an
uuLill tHTihur ii-xke, iruii-.r id rim u l. l
lows: MAIT.COINU EAST,
IvoaCincin'ci ut i:U A. M.: Ivc. TOijo-
V. M.: arrivn nl I'lnli'm-.n.. at 1.1 j I
IrfavfaChil ioolLo ut !:?? 1'. M-i l-,- -ion
Juncion rM V. M i. Uuvc, A , ,.,, , .1
4 U1 1'. M.; ArriV-H -vt M.-ir-vitu ut '. I . M..
arrive at KotpW P"-!". ' " 1 M-
MAJLOOJNd WEST. .
T.CavoHnolpro&o., t 7 -to A.M.; lv"""'
a at VAi A.M.; Athena .10 Oo A
M: luaveaHarndon luiicti-n at A. M.
ArrivXat Obillictbo ..t l'2:M l'.M.; Icuvo
rnilllcothoat 1:15 P. M..! loijv .a
g-.M) P. M.; Ieve Lovclutid ut,4:3l) 1 . M., t-r-ri
veaat Cliu-'mniittl -it 6:55 P.M.
Tho Accommnltin Train T.mvor Chi lioMbr
ni 5-"0 A M-i arrivaa nt Oineitiimtli nt 10:'-'5 A
M.;iuavo C.neinnati 3:.W P. M.; urrlvu.ul
C. illicotho at:D r.
dmi potu na aie mu.!o at WoUnd wi'li
Trian to nnd from Coluinl-ita: (d t llanidn.
Junction with tra'na to and from Pi.rU-muutn
January 11, 1514-ly
MARIETTE AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
-PORTSMOUTU BRANCH.
ON and after Thnra-lay, Fchruary 4.1. 1?M,
reiulaT Pasaennor Trains will run in coti
ection with the Trains ou main lino between
Portsmouth and Cinciunati, aa folluwa :
Leavea Portamouth at 8:11 A. M., arrives at
Pioneer, at 9:85A.M.; arrive at Portland at
10-iiS A.M., arrive-. U Jackson at 10:j7ji. si,;
arrives at llaradcn at 11:EU A.M.; ariveii at Cin
cinratl atS:55 P.M.; ',.,
LeavoaCiiiciiiniVtist 8:30 A.M ; leaves Ilam
Jon at 3 00 P.M.; arrivoa at JaoUa-ni at 3:4 P.
M ; arrives at Portland at 4:21 P.M.; nrrivcasl
Pioneer at 4:50 P.M.; arrivoa at Portsmouth ot
:10 P.M.
Accommodation Train rlopart. from Ports
mouth at 1:45 P.M.; arrives at Pioneer at 4:4S
and deSarta ut 4:50; Arrivos.it Jiu-kmin at B:.8;
and Hamd-n.i.t T:SO. Departs H.40 V.M ; ar
rWosJat Jackson at t ; arrives at Ploneor at
9:35; and arrives at Portamontbat 11:43.
Ttamngh Tioket to Cincinnati can be obtain
ad at Portsmouth, Portland, and Jackson, at
ttaa followinR rates: . .
Portsmouth to C nclnna'.t, (4 00
Portland " do f 40')
Jaekaon ' " do 4,00
ROUND TRIP TICKETS. .
From Pertamonth to tlinclnnatl and trtnrn
H 00 Ticket from Portamouth to Mariet'a
dParkerburg, t3,00. -
. JUIIN DUBaND, Bup't
JL VT. QfJATIE, AsMa't Bup't
reD. "n ton-ir
f.l I) HNSNllTI li
HODr ciiunwi .u. u.mm v. v w . . .. . , n.i.rj
A. and William Sbnstor minor heir of said
Guardian has filed Ais aoconnts for insptctior
and partial Settlement, assucb Guardian, and
1,1 L. L.an. am I V. T..1. ilnv nf lift A Tl
te ci n li... rf .Tftl. o ir
Will W IV. avM.ua vu " J
184. ElOHAKbtRAIO
Iptil 14tk ll4w rrobaU Judfa.
FA I RR. NKS'
S-.)ii;t:iid
SCALES
OK A I.I. KIN113.
Wnrflmiisn Trncli.
oil
"T Letter rresst's&c.
FAIRBANKS "GUFEMLEAF & CO,
5J Monron StrPi-t, TOIM0.
I'Koi-.,rffiil t.. buy Mil) lliu G. ii-.iine
Jiin in I li!4 lyr.
STRAY NOTICE.
Clunul-) prcm'S"
ou tiic l'lth, in?t.. living in Klk Tnwii
ship.Vintii'i Ciitiiity Ohio. Onwhitu ami
iiii.I id sprite I ttiilk r-nv, ah-iut Feveii yfiir
old. Tlie mviier iwn liiivi? h-r l)y provir,g
pro'r;y mid p;iyui clmrei.
Al!L J Si It, XI
Butted S aes lR?rn:.l
REVENUE!
:come
TAX, LICENSES, AC.
T"ti.vi-sTH IiarRinr of lljiio, )
C..i.Li.(f ..it's Ui f.ca. V.f.!TiiiK
.Inly alnt, IS'.4.
rrf; i-r;d 'y (-""'i'lii 2 of An act to ri
'iiij hum n. 1 1 ituv.MU'.t' t') - ";i.orl til.- UjV
A
'niiiKiiiL .l I ;-n v itiU-'.'-l on t'H ii;" i - (i-.ht."
:iMT.;. Jiuu :i"'li, li-'t, l UIM-irNOTlCK is
l.vr-jl.y ri .n " id I per. .n.s ipirv t 1. 1 Imt t io
-.-.-:.',.rs' AN.i'JAI, l.I.Vl' C.r ll)l- D'-lriot,
. -I pi-:t-:t. I'm C.!i.'.:!o-i of A.laui, Sci. i.i,
l..uvri:iu' i. iulii-'., Vint .1 t'.nd .la- '(. ) t' r fin
v-r ! '!ii .ri- 'in T.-s. i. it IN(.'i)v;KS 1,1-
('K.N CAUilt AnFS. A.)., i n- in wy
ua:).: lor (,!:: im, at;.' tliti i-ai I ti-t m urt.
i.nw d iu im ! ni-li', mi.! i I' M puid un - r lm-I'-.ire
trv.i V'. i'.ii;.- o'' Aii-jnai nutt. a piii'r.lly i f
'l'K iT.-nit. will becnf'-rcsdiiii-li'rd.atrai'iit.
I ill B-tiMi I. I.y i-n'i'-lf or Duputr. attlie
i.'itl,I.K'"l'i).(':. I'rTK'E, In cucb C'-uiiity In
.-i.i! Di'irl.-t. f'-r tin! pur'so of rtouivitiL' tlm
i.-.x .k af.T"ail, until mid H::h dny Animt
i.wx:; -r'.-r w hU-b tiniM tiio pcnultr n il! Invari.i-l-'j
I'l c-!:-..,t-nl. Sid.l t.n x-. will I'd r.i'idv(d
!.-'d t. d fr,'by UKXitV PAYNE Kf.,:
M j.'.rtln.r, fii" Vinton i-iiiity.
John CAMrr.fU,
.till-.- 28 '-'U Svr. . . C.l.wAor
EAKM FOH SALE.
A
Hoc I K.-r-n, nt 12.') ",nr(, "
ahi.ut i
.. . imih in mo iw, -vi'inL-i:
iH'ii.t -ti tin- o.miiiiv, an uttliar l nl .(--I'tannu'
Ai.piM und n hi!,i'i..t of new cTrartcd Ai.pi.i;
Hi.-i I'aiii-iicrt.iilii.r.t ?) n.roa of hottoni, K-m-i Pi ;
i .. . .
.vn - i ii ii-vi'', i in iimu iiuiinv r riini'i imrii. i
inpriu.j i f-J.'U(. Tho Kurin ia in Kichland
'Pp.. Ku 't of Alluncvillo. for further informa
lien (in-iuire of K. A. Brntton A Arthur, Obio
i.r nt tlm aulifi-rilior on tho premise
.lulv VJ1.-H4 -tf KICIPJ) BUCK
MANHOOD;
J-.wt t-.i'ili bid, a t'iw edition of
Tr. CiiIvcrtvrllN lli-brnl'il l'-y
-itVo it a n t- a I. crab ( -vitlwtit m"lc!n.-) of
I'UlMAK'iniofcA, or .I'liiinnl It'jaklluaH. Inv.l
ntuiy S.-iiiiiiitl iisi cx. iHtoiKMA, McnOil uii I
by -dual lii.'.'nicity,, tmpoiiiiHuiit to M-irrhid-u,
m. ; ult..), (i..s.ufTi(iM, lii'iLKi-sv, un.l Kirs
Mt'Kv.l ly siili in. lulu moo i-r suxual cxtrav.i-
nt'cn.
JSC" I'ri.-o, in a spaleJ oiivulopa,nnly ft et-nts.
Tl-o ivlciintol aiill.-r in lliia mliuirulilo e
..ay cS.!iiily .toinnutratt... from a thirty ycura
".uiictnufisl prra tiod, that Itio iil.ir'iiinif iHnKi!iit
.-rmn (il'Hoif-a'iiiM may l-o rudioaHy nmd wi'.'.i
-nt i!iu dJniri'roua v.no of intornnl tn-'-'-Iclno nr
tin) iipplii-at'oti of tiio knib-t"'i"t'iv out a
no.L ui' curd, at 'Him i-imoli. ocrtu'n and Lt'.'uo
na!, l.v moti:a o'wlin li cvtry miiitn-r. in
na'.tar vl-:it his o-in-liii-in niav bo. mny cure
biiuaoif ubnai'ly, privately, and bapioailv.
fT" Tl.i Lutiiro t- lion l.l he in thu hands of
jvi-iy yontb and every man in tboland.
Sunt under neat, In a plain envclo 08, to any
iddrcfS, roar r.: li. on reoi'pt nl'aix t-cuta, or
two p.-i-t Miun'. Ad Ir-'sn Ois ptili'isbiirs.
0AS..J. ('. KL1NK A CO.,
1-27 E-nrcry, New Ycrk.lV.t olll-io l-- x 4 T F fi
McAUTiiliri KiTiERY.1
T. i u tcrrisnc l wishes to infi rm the eitizeni
V o.nj, nni aurronnding CouiiMes that they
avo ea'nhlished a Niirsry at Mc Arthur and
willkeop constantly on hand, every var'u-ty
FRUIT AND ORNAMENT At TREES
Wo now offrr fnrnnle, 20.100 Applo treos
io.090 Pcaob trace, 1'eur, Cherry, PlnraH ,tc
of tho every best varieties. '
Tho trues, have all been rntand in TTockirK?
County, and boi'i? acolimated ara preferable
!o true shipped from other States. They arc
two yer old tbrify and in tho best condition,
nil we a-irk is that tnn wishins treeo should
call and see for Uio-nr.el vos.
Address
Deo. u-63 3ino. J. ft W. GOLD.
PILES.
A SURE CURE.
EVERY BODY IS BEING CUREDOF
this distressing disease, by the use of
Dr. Sirtcutand's Pile Remedy.
Read what t mfferer ays:
Mr. J. P. Hnzarde, 164 Second street.
Cincinnati, O., fas he has been a drt-adtul
itifforer with ym for ti Ion j? time.' tnd ha
tried nrarly everytlnnp-, and rould obtain no
relief. He need about one Idurth of a y'ol
of Dr. Strickland rile (Jintnifnt, anil it
made a complete cure. He advises every
one who is suffering to try it.
Sold by all Orngisti, SO rents per 'pot,
Manufaclured at No 6 East Fourth i'.rfet,
Cincinnati, 0. Ask for
STRI CKLAND'S PILE REMEDY
M84J3 '4 1 y.
From Chicago.
Proceedings of the Democratic
Convention.
Chicaoi August 29 At t'io cl' 4.9
nf Ir, lx-liu nit 3 icinark, Ire n tu
rum vx wiviininr i)ii-.r m 1 oni'Pv-
vnnin t'-ir t"r(ii-;irv I'rtni.l.-rU, wlilli
inntion wm cairit-il ivi.vnitiioii-jlv.
When thtf eliwr which lt ok-d 'UovV.
V ..... .
cin'u !., Hubiiilod, lu biikI.
(..!lt!..tl-on of tl.n Pnmror.ltnn.-.lV
am crcutlv honored in your eidectio
ot'nio to prer.ido oyer iho preiiminnrv
(leiil)i'r.iti.:r,s of t!.i:i luxiy Aee. pt
my ti(:ki:"V.!oil;r,tH'iitij for t'.ii.s hiyrii
(mipllmi'i t, anil fir tin- kind grci'
tio::jttt est n-loil t. mo by t li h v;i-t
'in "inrse ' I mv lolln.v cins-'tts wi I
Im hi'6t tnn'iilifiteJ by a prier dis
( luiro of the dut i i-f tho position to
whir!' you li'iy-j ciil 'd me. It i-i nut
ixi ccti'il iK-r woiiI-TTi In bi-fiitinir in
f-tit'. iiati'nini.' tho oioro teoi'Oi-nrv
firedtdenev of a Oonvi-ritioo, tli:it he
hhi'tild eiiii-r npoii any n -ral dig-1
etHsio'i oi the many topics sn.' 'sto I ,
bv thi; iii-li.!'pv condition of mil' c-iiti- j
try h hrii-l al'.ni-in to
the
occasion i
and i-nrpi-rcj-ot' cur
in
!l that will h'3 ni cesi iry.
N ) bimilar b l y ever
in An;ciica with ruinhtier
aatuiiibld d
oliii'eti he
. o -..a.
f iro tti'-ui, or t- vvincli buco a vih1
propoti.ni of Am- rican ptnpl ook"d
with iiili prnt-'iirid F.-lici'tid.i (or
iiit-HPiiri-B to promote too welfare of
the conntry and a Ivancy their indivi
dual happiness. The termination of
I l.Miuii.i :ilir rti B in tli-9 nonntrv nrna
I i ,. i .,;,.,. i,..i.,.-.. I
Uih Statcn people, tho elovalioo '
aRPCl-rMli.tity to authority at
n, ai-1 tho cul-n n.nion of
a ioi-! ii!i:n
i.i.f .,1 on ! nor:,,,,,!,:,,., I.-,.. :
mi I .nii.Hviii-i.il ..'ii. ,
i.'r . iiiiiii :i iti j ir-i i.
" ' " ...
of i niniiiiiti-it)
.....t i i..
mi i i-.-t-.-ui ,. ...ii
t'li-i n extr
. .,. ... it.,, v ..i.
v ,.,, tt.i iiMimiil v ti. i.e.. v ilia.
SI ui r ii va iio n-'i -ii)i il v I'nil'ivo
' - - ' -
'..' Hi' v.' til ... i . J. I'l V.ti.
, . '.. .'' , .
"oliiti-'ii ni'..l civil war, mnl in pro-
m, p., -If :V-! the bu'wai'k'4 of
..
iii. ' v I.-ii imiiorilt- cJ
ami iJi'. ;: ": in uiij'v t- the
vi-iy vt'i.i li-'sti'ii-'tnui, ari-i now at
the on l of n,..r.. than Ihreo years of i
war nnp'iM'l 'h'd in modern j
lini.'Bf.riti. .n.i-.:t.d. and for it:,
MiiWism an I d -so! .:iorn a'ter more
tl.a., two miiliotH ..f men luv b.vn
.... .i nil i ..
ciii..i into the uoi'i. him on our i.ie,
. HIIMI uitw lliv HUl'.l,inri vii '.'til ciuu
,1..,,(; alter the lan I has bc-n lit.r.il!y I
Itvocli.'.l in in.t-rnal b-'ool, and waif
and latnentatioi.s an; honr-l in -tiotial
.o n, -..', ., ... .,,.f.,
tv.Tv corner ot our c-'unin-in conntry
hope3 of unon, mr chei itlie-l o!.j .-r-.t, j
are in no w'6o improved. Men inj
authority, tlironli a fond wiiicli they I
have liint maintiiincd with violent
and nnwsi: men at th& South, became j
ol'ab-ind funutieiam n'-out a t inst jrn
lion in Konie .if t!e States, in r.daMon !
t- which they havvii n.i dutii's to per
ttTtn, and no rcsponsiibiliti-'S t-i luar,
are utterly incap.il le of adopting pro
cer nuans t. rcacu-j our country,
oni win lu cui'try, from its present
ininei:tal)U'Coiiditioii. fhn, arntle
man, it ia apparent that the'fiict i i-
dispensable flcp to tho a-'complisli-
im lit ot this ctcttt worK is t) ov;r
tin ow by ballot, the present Adminis
tration, and the inauguration of
another iu its steal which will wisely
and jealously, but toinporately and
jii6tly weil-l all n .flii-'.p.-.'o and power
of government to In in-.' about a spee
dy settlement of National troubles, on
principles o! the d est'tutiou and on
tortts honorable and just to all sec
tions, North anil .South Eist and
West; one which will etand unl'a'ter-in-rly
by civd mi l religions liberty;
on. which, instead of relying solely
on it pecuiirir dogmai and doctrine?,
and the ravages of the sword, will re
fer National troubles to the people,
the foundation ol political authority,
and to States, tin ier tonus of the Con
btitntioo; one -which w ill :hava no
conditions precedent to reconstruction j
ofnnion, but which will- diligently j
seek that result, and' the return of
permanent peace, amongst tho people.
Gentleman, wo have' been commis
sioned by the peoplo to coma here
Hil l iui.tiaio tleps t accoin'ili these
grtai objects; t; select an aguit and
agencies iu 'this good work. . That
task will bo well pertorined, . I ; have
nnl'altering I'aithj arid that the people,
may sanction and God may bless
these means to a desired end, is , my
srncers prayei.
' Tlia'nr.ippuftinofft troi-a frtit.n nnnnofl
prayer by Rev. R. II. .Clarkson, of
Die t rotesianx Episcopal tjhnrch. .
On motion Messrs. E. O. lVrrin,
of New. Tork, G. 31. Torver, of New
Jersey, and Mos-'S ,M
Strong, ,'of'
ttmnorarv
iBconsin, were appoint
Secretaries.
'
A l it of delegate! wii (ben culled
'
!
A..
.
I.a.it,lf'
,,,,) K"'ienian can :.o thni Hes.-u
t.u by iho Convention who c.i-ne
'ic-.'ivdi'e I to os and may or not
ej ramiKoa on vration
a ll . . , . , , ,
VA, .cmmnnicated ignerl by J. I.
tmnn of tho Loniana do-
lat', w reco.ve,l Setting forth
I 1 1 t III! ll'l'l IIS C.il (.'l-'llnr Wnm l.l-il
. . . , , . '
W'CW ted debates r,Wl L-mn
la.na notw.tlmtaa .ling winch tiio ha-in-.H
CoiMMi.tt.-n had rcMsed t!uc
-tidicis oi it iuiH.i-vi. lk.'t.'nei.
Statea. and as each cli iirunn
"tcJ llio crc lontr-l! ol In i Whzn
tr-tn ho waa welcomed with loud ai
plniwp.
Mr. TiMen, of N3W Tork, move-1
tlmt (Uio delcgats bo . appointed by
each diili'nvoii to report tho rcfola-,
for tho coneidnrntion of the Coi-.-ional
vention. and tiutt Ril.rcsolotiona of-
tend intlui Oonvontion bo refer rwl lol
iommitteo without debate.
Car
I IUI
' K OX. 01 U IllOVeJ tll'lt . Jl
it rt r-. t .1
cd t ren -ii inlos Ad' lli;1 jj.
v.t.i
tn'jiit th-i Coiv.!otion, cni
rtueantiinu tho nilo.s of tlio l;v:t
Con
verti-.n bo n ki-ded. Ciirrt'. .!.
Mr. i'l-w li. tf K- riliieky. Blat.-d
thai e-o te-itin" d.-h-.ia from tliut
S'atd had Kr'ed an I wem Inf-'iin
ni'ini-HM in t ! i i h C.mveirtiu:i.
i! Ho
aro e tin rcfore to that one mom
Jbor ot na-h ikdi''iMon bj Hppointr 1
n (J'umiiiUoo on ns jiutioM', two to
have bnt ono
V')t-; curled. Mr.
RlcD n1'' ill m V' I tint thuro ho a
li ttcd t'i 1 1 1 m C uiveptiori, not to tx
icd t!ii':-e L'-jotlcincn known t3 he1
neiiihers of tin !) in-'crat-n IV'y
It'nn the foveral (t ri-itoricn, fl:ii I dJo-
"itcs t-i oo licrtii.tti it to parto'iuato
'L'hfttv-s, but without )ortn;-:oii to
iT,f- '',r-1, M'r'in. of ()!iio,
m-iv.-1 to iimeii.J by i'Xfend!n tho
i'iivi!.;-'i ol'the resolntt -ii ti di-lu
L'lltf IT' Mil b"UtlK'l!l bttl.'n
at i1 the
Dirrct Colmnhia.
Air. MeDougall ncc-.'ptod
tho
arni-ndnieiil.
Mr' Tdd-jn, of New York, oppmed
the resolution. B8 i
it win manitcM
reiircsom a '.:uns' iiutuc.v, n in '"'it ie
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iniierwirid 111 r.'Hi-o r-i lennon-''. n1
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inure ar i t''Hi.funn iri-in tnem acini-1
ire ar t t'l-'uioiinn ifoin tnem acini-1
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Uiieu a-i wo are, nur imuor a i tne cir-1
niliui niiLvn li"; uo-.iii n-u in bu-. ii it
rcao'ntion would, u his judgement.
h.";i.-i;lucti vu r.t-ly of eomniioii and
disorder. Cheers.
On ino'.ior: rha resolution was re-
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in
Governor Wiekiifl', of Kentucky.
handed up two letters which were
read. One from John W Loathrrs
and the other from J. R. Ruchanan,
delegates from lv-ntucky, in whicli
tiiey explain their ntj-en-jo by saving
tout tiioy are the vlctnns of niiiirirr
denpi-tism, arreitH-l without caue,
inicrisontid and denied resort lo legal
measures tjuarniitoeii by the laws of
iheStatoand Constituti in; to estab
lished then JiniMcence. They speak
ul increased devotion t the Demo
cratic cause, advi.! the aLption of a
paou platform, and aro hopeful of the
.-uceess of tho noininios of tho Con
volition. Tiio letters vera laid on
thu table.
Ou mo! ion each delegation
through its Chairman, then named,
its selection of mombers of the Com
mit', ees.
Ou Resolutions Mahi?, Jjhn W.
D.tna; Now Hampshire, K Keys;
Manahiiietta, ("iuurgo Lunt; Cjhiivc
iinet, Charles II. Ingtisoll; Vermont,
D. 1'. Redri.Id; RlioJo Islanl,
Charles S. Rradjey; New Yora, Sam-
uel J. lihlen; No .Ier.cy, Abraham
lirewing'
...,r,;,..i. .., ,.i.,.,... i.
vuunj i vauui, iiiui uicu-u-.i,j
lA'laward, Caarles u.oA'n; Mary-lan-J,
Thomas G. Pratt; Kentucky,
I'homas N Linsay, J tmus Guihrie;
Oliio.C. L. Vallandigliatn; Indiana,
James M. Ilaniia; Illinois, S. S. Alar
anad; Tdichigan, A. C. Ral-lwin;
Missouri,- William A. Hall; Surth;
Iowa, J. F. Bates; alifjmia, John
B. Wrier; Kansas, William McDow
ell; Oregan Beiijimin Stork.
Air. Oids, of Ohio, movedihat the
Coiumittoe ou Resolutions Iu iu3irtio
ted to report what action, if any, is
necessary for this Cou ventioti to take
in regard to tho late military order ol
General Lteintzelman, prohibiting tho
people ol the Northwest ffi.ni. pur
chasing armd and ammunition. Re
ferred. ''. '" .
The following resolutions were then
oifHred. and referred to the Commit-
tee on Resolutions;
Se Old Da'. Pocrol.ss
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CHicaoo August 31. i ho commit
toe on Credentials . reportoii. againit
the admission ufdeleatcs from tho
t l .1.. iv
territories. Liuisiaua and the District
of Columbia, alto to admit both dtJe
, "rm i , , . . A.,o.n y nn.
To-m.-h A......', I I. Jame,
,b. lh mr, s . ,vn.;9 . Luff
.
.fcdoiitod.
On ti.i motion of Mr. Cox. 11.
Amo Kindall hud few to pr,,,nt
jC.imtfiMnu'aiii'n, tho -rocj0'lin:;i r.n I
net ion of tiio C'P.Si-rv.itive Uoi-m N i.
Oo:ivea.i.n hd in his city on
tbo 27h ir.it.
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I' -'ni K.-ntuckv,
tcii iltli' i-
ti'n c i3t ua.t r Vote. J...'o;utioii
"'lie:) tlj3 Sccrcta'.v ri-nd t!o rro
Jutiott r. oiiuiiou.Iin ' liio n-fiinf.i-Mi
of McClulLrti, tli wll-ipnt upplri
a. ' 1 - . . . i . l
wv.ll Up, lU.lOy r.J.C-MHS Sl.lll-l.tl hf)I
i no r-'ort "t ? i n?'
Oi i'ttiiz i :-.-ti (v:n r j nl :H l-i
t.!i-')t.
III :t ''(.-
I liy i.('cliM!);'iii:i. Tint com-!
o t-fiiiriit -nt; i--'.o
mid Mili-3, t--r tdo I' -vuinmotit of
thoi
Ue:ii"cr!iti: 4Miti.'.t :i! i iu'eL-.i-'ti,,
i:i mMi. n-Ric:fnl!y rporf
tii'it titev rcci'oiii- ii.l to t!).j C i'HY.i
ny.i t
lh,-ir t'.VViAi'VOV Ilor.jri.i
vli'VIl
ik, f r V c.1 1'ivhi i-".t Joscpli
if Maii-o, .1. V', 7ii.:Ktn-i,
:N'ow II i-niM-lrrc; El. I! u.;ii, tit M 14.
t-aiui.
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u ii. ooiany, oi cv
. Tivh-r, i f (i i-Ki.'cticu:
'm r-.t
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All' rl Autoonv, I
I Ail !ro-'. J, J.
J T!i3!:-,r.
'of O'li"; S
ol
'A' l rk; A -it'i'sori,
.K!oo, of In l::ria:
0. C. iMoMcr, ot 1- i'Kii; Jolni S.
Itrry, M'ch.. J'lm N'. I'nelpn, Mi,
.L.lio P.. I'cikimi, 'd'l-n., l. Yf.
Wcx to, V.'if., Wm. I'ult. r3 m, lowti.
''.!. U rry, (Jhl.. II. J. .btncklo.
Kansa-i, Aun fllcAi hut, ;reg'n.
Isaac 1) Jones, Md., Ir. Jolui Mor
.:! n.,i
rilt, De
Ii-'Cording
Seci'ctarie8.-Win. II.
Smipon, Maine, J-.i 11. f nodward,
- t ninticy, atsnia , .j. o,
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ueu,nn ..u., .jkm;o-i i . iaroonr-
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U n oi. n hi, iilno. W Vt' il'l'r ....
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of lilinoij; Theodore J, (!airit'nn,
ot
Michigan; L. A Hillings, of Missou
ri; John II. McKinncy, tf Minnesota;
Philo Arton, ot Viscornin; John
Corrin, of Iowa; William J . Whip
ple. of'California, I L'. Kite. Wil
liam Uylea nnl William kans, of
On"'-".
I'ea ii:ig S-'crjfiir'w E. M. Porriti
ofKu-v Y--.ik; Ikh-c R. Dillec, of Illin
o:p; MoseA Al
Ml .Ann
Wisconsin.
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AFriiK'rjo:
SK-3ION f'K
THIS C'NTS.S-
Tlo'4.
Till C.'tnvcntion les-inble-l at 1
tjc'iV M. Mr.G(i'iiri.i.tid thu
tho Committee en Resolutions hr.,1
agreed, nod was no-v roa-iy to report.
The resolutions were than read am I
aro ns follows:
R'w'wd, That iii lb? f it:r i i i th' nf
we wi-l a-.tli'ro with uarv.trvit!;- liloiity to
the IJninii nnilt-r liia Cniis'i'uiin i as llu
oil ly s.did fnunditiiua for our e-frenjhl'i, se
cniiiy and h-ippiafsj m -i j-'oplti, uu.l at a
Im m- -work of Govi'rnm'nt oqiinlity, coa-li-?iv
lo t!ie r-'f-rm ao I nr-Hf-rily of kit ifm
Slt(?8. both Nortlrr-i ami S u'hor:).
Timr ihi.-i Conventi.iri dtm cx
plicitty -l-'i'.'.iiri. ns tli- S..M of tli- A lmiri
cau p.tnpli that ai'tt'r four i tvns of failure
M restore thu U-ii-M bv .iinivnl of
var.-tnrina; which, under thi pret;n3 of t
military ne.-e.-sity it wr pnwur gro.iter
thnii the Constitution, t i - C t'l-itittt: it-se-.f
ha b '-'ii distpgir : 1 i:i every tviiu, an I
pubho liberty and printo rilit ilikj ir-id-don
dmvii, a-i'l th: m-i'.-: i il ;ir--pjii!r of
th country essentially i np-iirod, jm i-,
huinanily, t iVior y , -jii I I'l -. pn'li wllnre
ili'iiu.ul thu iiiinit-Jbh! Pi'iorts lie m i lo fir
a re.isitiou or ii n'iiitifa win a vi, v to un
t.U iiial! coiiVHiitidii ofal! til Stt"3, or
oihrr peai:eatji in am to tho end, tint .-t
'.lie erlieit possible -.notnfe-it, p-.c' miy h -re-tore
I on tin ba is of the t'e leral Uum 1 ..
K.Uv.i That the diieot htrr-tenr ot
the milit-irv iiu h..rov of thi Wni'fl Simes
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in the recent eiecti-in h -Id in h.-'niui !;y,
Maryland, Mi.-S"Uri rind rVn.jav t tiiii , was
a .-li.imelul v'u lalioa of lbs C .institution,
and a repetiiioii ol ati' h ac' in th )
proachi.w eleo'io'i will bo rVd ii revola
tionary, and be resis-e I w'nh all the means
and power uinler our con'.rol.
Iteiiihel, That the aim and obj't of tho
Djui icrjtic p irly Nto preswrva the Federal
Union, and t'li rights el th. Kt itei u:iim
pared, mid they hereby de. !jr. tltst ih'y
consider ait:ii'niisiraiio nsurp i-iou ol extrj
ordiu.try and d u ;e i ous powers not grautad
by the Coo-tiiu'ion
' The snpi-rfs-ioii of the civil hy militerr
law in States real insanity. The arbitrary
arrest, imprisonmt it, trial and sentence of
Atr.erican citizen in States where civil law
h iu lull force. The suppression ot freedom
of speecl and of the press, the denial of rln
right of asylum, ihe ou and ruirel dis
regard of Stale rihtc, th.i employment, of nn-i
trnial test oaths, and infe'rleteiire oiih and
Ideuiiiigoliherightsof the people to bear
isnni, as. calculated to prevent a restoration
Q! n t"on a' l perpetuation ot (jovem
mem deriving its just powers from the coa
sent of tha governed.
It is iiid thai the shameful- disr.irj of
thadminiitratinn tn do its duty in regir.l to
our follow citizim Who noV are, and long
have been prisoners of war in a Buffering
condition, deserve the aeveiest reprobation
on the score alike of the pablic and toin
ntn humanity.
i
m r. oaniubnry, o Wlewaro. no
ol mmated Governor 1'ow.dl, of Ken-Wa-hin-r-
tju-kv. Mr. I'oweil retnrt.ed hia
J" hf ' '1.tvo our etmy. who are, an,i-
1 ' e.''"1J un i,,rhe rt, of our
t i-m mid kiudn-ns that hnye ioijiIri of
. t'' Kcpublic have no nobly rtmrj.
t'j.inn ! M1- ot'Oiiio, otfore.1 as tin
; linen-linent, t) c-nno on alter tho first'
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Mr S. S. Out; ot O ii , iu vud tho
aitioiu'iToiuni qne-'tiini.
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Wvd, Tht tio nylnptthr of tfw Dem.
o'-rvy ! ivuniy tnt farnesi'r ximU,i
K'ituey resilutioTi of l7ii, draftd'
hy lli'm:ii Jfclloi-..in. Mr. Lonir
"ni't-i! that now, of all othr tiwi-, '
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. -n .--v-MUKfli, aiUCIUIg OUi riSflltl,
i .I.; ri-4 iintio'i n: mt ho inhmitta I
tlD (, .i.i'ti)(!0- li -4-)!ti0IH.
l i". l"i h p-'l that his colleftirs
voiii l vi irii.irj.vv Ir.ij m-ition, a, liu dij
ire.l to iiviv, a i amendment that
wou'il id ic C.nnoiitteu in aposi
ticn of favoring poa(8 beyond tho
iniHfnk-- of H -v iiuif -cal lanfiruaL'a.'
Ilec i'.iid not t;o tur imv ream tm that
th-it ir.-iv ha c-iis'riiced forthoir way
by in oi of diffnent rie .v9 in the con-
v.tition.
f , - .1 i.:. a
i. via, iiisisu'i up-'ii ii i pi m'-iioii.
h-i t-rcv ion! ri ication beiri' or-
iler-d, the rt'Solutioii wm adoptoT with
f mrdidjontin voice!. U wa then
in -red t!ut Did (Jonvijiirion pioctod
t tho nominn'hr) of a candid no for
I'rcti lent.
Mr. John G. Stockton or Njw Jar
fl 'V. in hnha'.f of the delcnto of tha-
iS'nto. nominated (i -ncraJ GoorKU H.
',.fi-,-i. - n
McCiiiilan.
Mr.S. s. Coxjof Ohio, on
behalf
ol portion of tho Ohio delegation;
iHec ni-ie-i tiio mft.on.
hmumui iiiu gtut'otiian run no nnn-
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iHoieved t;ip.t t'io crmis denunJuil
,i .... ...
:inai me cnnaMale ot the part' khouM
come iiom a non-siaven naing atale
... ,t
-.!. levmu' so, ho begged th-) gontlo-
mia and hi j colloaguo from the pjab
!ant Stato of Dulowaro to withdraw
his name.
Mr Stewart, in behalf of Ohio del
egation, nominated Thomas II. Sey.
mour. Mr. Wickliff on behalf of a
portion of tho delegation from Ken
tucky, nomina ed Franklin Pierce. -.
Mr. Harris, of Maryland, seconded
the nomination of Thotuaj II. Sey
mour, and proceeded to oulogij:') his
party services and ability.
Ciiicaoo August 31. Mr. Wycb
l'ffj b'iid that nmiiy of the best im-i
most loyal citiz ns of Kentucky. '
among them twenty or thirty ladies
arj now imprisoned in Louisville in
damp and dirty cells with only straw
to lay upon, and the coarset pris-i;:
faro; and the newspapers ol J,ouisvil!o
are forbidden to make the slightest al
In.iion to state of nffiira. lie now
proclaimed it nt tho risk of his liber
ty, perhaps of his life.
Mr. S. d. Cox moved that tho Con
vention proceed to tho nomination of'.,"
a candidate for Vieo President, with
out debate or other business. Car
ried. Judge Al'en nominated Goo. II.
Fendleton.of Ohio.
Mr. McDowell nominatod D. II.
Vooi lices, of Indiana.
Mr. Utiles nominated Geo. W.
Cis, of l'enii8)lvania.
Mr. Dickey; of Vermo.it, nominat
ed Jas. Guthrie, of Kentucky.
Mr. Henry no.ninated Aug. Dodgo,
oi' io'V l. '
Mr. lifkox, of Wisconsin, Jaraea.
I). Ca-.t -i of Illinois, and Governor
ilunr, of Now Ymk, Hecondo.l tho
nomination Jas. Guthrie, of Keu
tuck v.
Mr. Sanlgbiiry omina'ed Gover
nor Powell, of Kentucky.
The Missouri Delegation nomina
John. S Phelps, of Missouri.
New Jers-y Dolegation nominate-1
of Pendleton. - , .
Tiio first voto for Vice President
resulted as follows: Ja. Guthrie.
(55, G o. II. PonJIeton, 54, Daniel - '
VV. Voorboes, 13, Geo. W. Cass, 26, !
Aug. Dodn, ft, J. D. Caton,- id, ;.
Gav. Powell, 32, J, S. Phelps, 8, '
blar.fc 1., On the 21 ballot, ' when
New York was cal led J ndge Parker ; 3 ".
said,. that having cuit hex' -33- votes "
for Jas, Guthrie afjalnstdiis . wishes 1 A
siuwoui-i give inem. cneiiriiillv toJJ
Geo.. lu.Pen Jleteii f. Ohio. - Tho -'
0t!)er eandiilates v era their withdrawn
and Geo. II. L'endletou ' of Ohio, re-
ceiyed tho unaniinons yoto of tho'
Conreutien as their candidate : ford
Vice Prosidrnt. , '.'"
Mr. Pendleton being Ion II y called
for, said that he had no language in
which tojexpress his thanks, fo: hi
evidenco of kindness and confidence.
Ha could only promise to. dvot- lam--
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