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itOfiGE WEVVEftnDTfoTjp. PROPRIETOR
John II. WriKfct PYlnter.
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4"-""-S Terms $1,75 per annum lit tdvance.' .
'Thnrgday Evcning.' Angi gQ L 88
' Railroad MEETiHOfmyortenlAfotiemeiifi.
' very large number pft cUUens of thui
(v-,city convened at the Court Houie', upon a
J Few houri notice, let. eyening, for Ihe- pur
' "pose of adopting' meaaurea to construct a
pt Railroad from Logan to NewarVthrough this
'. tity, betnga continuatjon of the Scioto and
I' 'Hocking Valley road.,, The meeting' wm
'bly addressed by Hod. Thomas Swing anil
l; M. A. Daughorty and Charles Borland, Esqs,
" explaining the measures necessary to, pro
, cure the road and showing its important ad
vantages to the city and county. ; v Weliaye
' tieitier room nor time toentet iiitOa detailed
' nynopsis of these speeches, but hsjt will be
'noticed, a committee was appointed,, who
i. bare already entered upon' the discharge of
their duties aad who will be able in a Very
c ihort time to lay such facts and suggestions
efore ot people, as wjll enable all' to . estl
fitiiatethe great benefits which must neces-
aarily accrue to them by the constriction of
the proposed road. ',, ,,
''7, '.We do not suppose, however, that . any
., )ne will doubt the advantages of the connec-
tions at Cleveland and Sandusky, at Pitts-'
' burgh and Portsmouth, with the first two
.' bringing us into communication with al the
great cities of the Lakes, with Pittsburg in
(..communication with the manufacturing es
tablishments of that city and with the large
1 Eastern markets, with' Portsmouth n com-
munication with roads leading to Charleston,
..Mobile and New Orleans, at the same time
crossing four or five railroads passing from
West to East through the State and receiv
ing large tributes from them. . It thus opens
. op to the people of this county a large num
ber of markets for their various productions,
' which could bot otherwise be reach ;d except
by long distances aud consequent delay, It
also affords people . of othpr clirnate the
f best opportunities of sending their produc
tions to us. "It is an iron band connecting
the North and the South in intimate rela-
tionship, binding them together more firmly
in friendship and interest. It is road, which
all will teadily admit, ought to be construct
ed. . ; ' '
' But can itbel We do ho, know tho ex
act amount that will be required; but we do
not doubt the ability of our ' people to raise
nnv reasonable sum. For our great East
ern and Western connection, we raised over
ft350.0u0, and so soon as that road is coin
pletod, this will prove a good investment. It
is neither a trrant. an annuity or. a devise,
but will prove a most excellent and profita
ble nieans of making money In more Ways
than one. The proposed road is almost of
. equal importance; it will not only add to the
profita of the C, W & Z. Railroad, but will
afford additional advantages and yet, if we
are" Correctly informed, not over half that
' 'mn will be required to secure its . construc
tion. r This, however, ; must- all be raised
under the new Constitution, by private sub
scriptlons, and we are confident that l! can
be done, if our cUizeiia become impressed
' with its importance. ' It will require .liberal
-hearts and entorprizing heads it must be
pushed forward with energy, efficiency and
' perseverance, but without these, no great
I work was ever accomplished. ,
, But do it, and the fortune of our city . and
-county is made. Our natural advantages
are hardly edrpastfed; artificial means, bring
ing usf by means of two great railways in
jecting each other at this point, into, com
munication with the North, the East, the
South and West, will "assist in improving
these advantigesi Increasing our population
and resources, and making this one of , the
very best inland points for the home of an
Industrious; enterprizing and prosperous pop-
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The Lock of Mr. Hobbsim Eboiaiid. The
Lob Ion correspondent of the Philadelpfita
American states that Bramah, celebrated
prize lock has been withdrawn from . public
view. It will be remembered that Mr. Hubbs
succeeded Ih picking thU lock, and' tha'V. he
received a Reward of I'twiji, hundred gutqeas
fbr.Jiis skill, 'The Messrs.. Bramah made
some .alterations and. improvements in the
lock, and again placed it in'tlie window in
nccadilly, wrth tire original ouer ot tne re
ward anDcnded to it. It remained in tapir
window a few , daysj when a report , reached
the Messrs. Bramah that Mr. Hobb intond
ed to fry his luck a s'ocdnd time the JocTt
was Immediately rewovea, ana na noi siu
been seen. J The writer'adds: , ' " '
t "Hobbs' patent'-A mericttfr-locli Is beinf
manufactured at Birmingham, ShefBcld.Wol
vbrhnmnton and In London, in targe nuw
fcers, and of all sizes, and at prices ranging
from six Shillings to fifty pounds eacH. in
fw riHva tha office -of "II obbs' American
Lock (;ompany' will be opebed in . Cheap
aid rbt (he sale of these American locks.
The Bank-lockr price fifty pounds, has alrea
4fT)ken placed on the vaults of the Bank of
England, the. East India Company, and sev
eral nrivat bankinir' establishments in the
" THB.'"ATiiiiTic.The .steamer Atlantic
was built in 1848, and cost $110,0')0. She
was owned by Messrs- Ward, and wae not
insured for a dollar; ) A - portion of her mast
mnaioed t above -water' when the steamer'
Clinton reached the' wreck, but before she'
could take, the- boat in tow" every -portion
disappeored.r.'Tha Express Company' had
83ff,0X)ff in the safe oa the boat."' The Boat
81,000. The Clerk had no opportumity to
save the books, paper or money as the water
was on the first deck before' he conld'get but
ofthebfHeel'V' " ' -yv-: n
j ri i.. "i'i'tI r""'i' o i I. TV ,.'i'-.
! $vrx McKav, the notorious thief, wa in
louisyille on Friday last.y : . .. ,
' ",THk Meaks. The campaign opens rich.
Slanderers are called opon the stand to prove
that Scott is not much of a military '.man
after all, and liars are called to buildup the
reputation of Gen. Pierce. At a pullic nicet-
uig in ncumac irginis, a snon note since,
Mr. Wise called upon a Mr. Map who testi
fied that, two years since he wst a public
discussion in New Halnnshlrc and h'ettrd J.
P. Hale say that "he would Jiea'uaa army to
inarch upon the South and put dvwn slave
ry," and heard Gen. Fierce rep!y,If Hafe
thould head an army to march upon the
$outht he had first to inarch "' over his
(Pierce's) dead body ; for he. wouhl buad ; au
army to oppose him',' and (ha report adda
that the Old Virginia Court House rang with
plaudits and hurrahs as loud as. those' that
were heard at another meeting when a distin
guished State officer made aa Uhtimed allu
sion to the surrender of 300 Americans to
lann Itriil.Ji 1 Tn.l;.na i. ) t. i'.I
' Unfortunately for Mr. Wisp's . slirCwuness
in , calling such a willing witnesf and; Mr
Map's veracity, John P. Hale state that he
hus had no controversy with Geri. Pierce
Bince 1845, and so the joint coinage r Mr,
VVJao . and Mr.. Map .Joses. all its, force,
Thcr". only chance to make a fortune de
pends upon the fact, which Mr.' Wise re
joices in, that no papers circulate in his dis
trict. It was rather a small way to make
capital for Gen. Pierce at any rate.. ! This
trying to build up one man-by pulling anoth
er down, wont win in this canvass.
Pierce's Votes Hi 3Tagnanimti. On
the 11th of February, 1833, Gen. Pierce
voted ag.iinst a bill granting pensions to
those who were engaged in the wars against
the Indians! subsequent: to the close of the
revolutionary war and down to the treaty
of Greenville. This class of persons had
been left out of the act of 1833. ; . , .
,In 1836, Gen. Pierce voted against ex
tending the provisions of an act entitled an
act supplementary to the act fur. the relief
of certain surviving officers and soldiers of.
the Revolution, approved 7th June, 1832.
. 'In 1841, he resisted the passage of a bill,
to extend the provisions of an act giving five,
years' half pny to thq widows or orphans of
onicers and soldiers who have died, in tue
service of the United States. '. : - ' . ,
-lie has voted against appropriations' for
the improvement of Rivers and Harbors,
against appropriations for all kinds of inter
nal improvements, against a bill intended
to lower the price of lands in favor of actual,
settlers, against a liijl granting a small do
nation to the widow of President Harrison,,
and in ucarly, if not quite all the above in-,
stances, the votes of distinguished Demo
crats are recorded upon the other side.'- For
tho very firbf, we hotice the name of, James
K. Polk recorded among the ayes. , ; :
.It is no wonder that Parson Brownlow,
the frequently quoted ally of Locofocoism 'in
this campaign, calls him a ''cold-blooded itn-.
.:.i i.hJ'''-: ' -
Iowa Election. We are yet witlioutfull
returns of the recent elcctidn in Iowa, '"It
is supposed that the Locofoco State ticket is
elected by a small majority.. In tlie Burling
ton district, John P. Cook is elected" by from
700 to 1000 over Black, his Locofoco op
ponent. In the Keokuk district, Hen n, Lo
cofoco, beats Viele, Whig, running ahead of
his ticket, II is majority is. pot yet known.
The State has hitherto been completely un
der the influence of- the Locofocos. : Of the
Legislature, the St. Louis Republican says:
The Iowa Senate composed of 31 mem
bers and the House of 63. In the last Leg
islature the Whigs had four Senators . and
five Representatives. . So far as heard from,
at the recent election, our advices are, that
the Whigs have elected fourteen Senators,
and feel quite sure ot two more, lue . ia
cofocos have elected fifteen. This, would
give the Whins a majority, in the Senate.
We have heard of the election of 23 wbigs
to the House of Representatives, and of 37
Locofocos; but the further returns will give
the Locofocos, probably', a riiajority of ten o.r
twelve on joint ballot.' - Had it not been for
the Free Soil votes in the Whig counties of
Henry, Jefferson, and Washingtonwhere
the great folly was committed of running
Union or Independent : tickets; operating
solely to the advantage of tho Locofocos-
th Legislature wuftul have been whig;. ami
the election1 of a Whig United States' Seha-torscj-ured.
In several counties,, also, the
Whigs lost members by from two to thirteen
rvotes. " 7- '; '; '
:,.;Thf. PftosrECT A correspondent of-thp
Ohio State Journal, writing from Portsmouth,
Ohio, says: -i" "1 4f'.,i
' Vou may just Bet down Scioto coiinfy for
c. . . . i -, l.L f...1 .... 1 : ... ..dvatCD
ocoii aim rn nit in a itiujuruy vj ivon a u
THAN EVER GIVEN TO ANYCAND1V
DATE FOR PRESIDENT SINCE 1840
and should Scott obtain 'la largerl "majority
than given to Harrison, it will not surpriso
any Whig or intelligent. Democrat in these
parti. ' So much for 8cioto.' ;'' .1 i".
In Greenup countyi,. Iy'vJ just across the
river, thefe are large numbere'of Democrats
wbo have come out boldly for Seott; and
in some neighborhoods where many Demo
crats reside, Pierce will do well if he gets
one-half of them. Thfisl hivi fro af in
telligent Kentuckian,- who know1 almost
every man in the county.'.' . . ' "
'rj ,loN. E. C. Cabell, of' .Florida. We
believe it has been generally understood
that Mr. Cabell of Florida,- would refuse to
support Gerf. 8cott. The Tallahassee Sen
tinel gives an extract from a letter recently
written by . him,, . which, aaysi ."The Whig
party of my State have, deoided, to, sustain
him. (Gen. Scott,) and I will aoquierct'tn that
decision. I certainly' cannot support Gen.
Pierce, and agree wifli you as to the probable
consequences of the election."..
"Fire in the Rear." The Hillsbor
ough Gazette mentions, as one of the polit
ical "sign of the.time," that Hon. J. Win
ston Price, of that place, a' most able and
efferent stumper in 1848, for Gen.: Taylor,
has publicly declared his determination to
support the nominee of the Democracy,
Pierce and King.1 'Judge Price, save the
Gotcflf, is peculiarly able and gifted as a
speaker, and if he can be induced to take the
sturip, will be powerfully efficient fn prftnio
ting the soccess of the Democracy , in' this
partof the State. Stat tmnh'.'
Pursuant toiiotice, large njimber1 6f llisy i WAsmibToir, AuistS-ourMiiaed
citizens of this city'' convened at the,Courl.itlaconderotia of tho annate bill provide
House, Wednesday 'evcningi'AuKt 25; up,"
on motion Ur. ai.A. urkider was called ti!
gieChair and C. F.SH.EFrER,;appointed
' The Chairman stated the object of tho
meeting to befof the purpose of taking mea
Urea to bring into proper notice tlie route for.
at railroad from Logan to lancantor and
tliehca to Newark, which was an important
link in and the proper dirnction for the R iil-
road from Portsmouth to. (he' I.iikes. .' ' , (
'The me'etirig was then addreae(fliy.M..A.
Daughertyj Eso.'i Churle Borland, Esq., and
the Horr. Thomas ICwIngVin an eloquent and
able manner, aettin Torth the-advantages
of thrf proposed road to fhe! farming Interest
of' this county-. in having a Northern and
Southern outlet. : :"'-7 ;'i'';
Mi1. Borland' offered the following r'esjlu-.
tion ''' - "?. " ,
1 . Ifrsolvttl, That a Ciimniittee of five be ap
pointed by the Chairman 6f th I' meeting,
with full fnwefi fh behalf !bf the 'interests
here represented, to adopt', : br -toncnr in,
auch nieasuros as may be most "expedient,
for securinir tha construction,' of the Scioto'
and Hockinir Vsllev Railrdad from Loiran.
by' way of Lancaster; to Newark;. ' and to ' W0",V,,B1 bt" h"'- ' , -
riisn mMi.. tb rfofrnv thi. ' p,M.ri'.-ln.!',MBi'f,c Mr.' Rusk n-portod post route bill, which .
to tho Steps necessary thereto, "- '4 ' '
-r Tho resolution was discussed by Messrs.
Bra9ee, THnadge. Trump and .Mhers and
was unanimouslydopted.r r. : . ',,,
al... ' - ... . i'.i ' W .
ine uuairinHn appoinien mo inuowing
John T. Hnua-fi and P. Vnn Trunin.' n) 'mi
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ed to said committee. ,
' On motion the meeting adjourned;' '
M. Z. KREIDER, Chm
r V Mucvccn
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Flat Roors fob HovsfeS.-The follow-
ingsuggestions in regard to the advantages "
of flat roofs for buildings wc take from' the
eentlemeri that committee'; Messrs'. Thomas": L"1 1".1
. . . . .ft ! , II. . DDI.. ,1
' "All the, now house -.-which have been ! steam vessels, and authorizing the Postinas
huiltinNew York recently, bave what are' ter General to make a contract for the same
termed (bit roofs; that is, the roof is nearly for five years, the cost not exceeding a hun
level, and slants but slightly from olic side.j dred thousand -dollars per annum. Mossrs.
to1 the other; ' Tlie' Old huge' pen ked roofs j Penu and Martin advocated the bill, and it
are fast disappearing;' wo wonder how they
evercameinto use; -.1 He inventor- of them
must have been a man full of conical ideas.
The flat roofs are covered with tin and well
painted. If a fire takes place in a buildint;,'
jit is easy to walk and work'ori the 'flat roof,
so as to command the tire, it it oe in tne ad
jacent buildings; tlii cannot' be done tm
peaked roofs. .Flat roofs ar.e cheaper , and
more convenient in every respect. We ad
vise all those' who intend to bulldjiew hous
es to have flat roofs on them. It is better
to have a flush story at. the top of a bnildiitg
than. a peakod, crainped-up garret, which is
only comfortable lor traveling ou the liand-
and knees. ' '
: Invasion of CcriA. The New- York cor-
resnondent of the' F ntade ih a l.edircr. re-
ferringto the late news from Cuba, says: '
, "Nearly all the prominent manngors'of
the Cuban expedition ore at present in this
city, I do not .mean the- fighting men, but
those whose heads planned the invasion, aud,
whose purses paid the expenses.' It is a
fact that the Junta has - never' lieen dirtoMH,
as it was reported it was,- when ' the -disast
rous xesult of tlie Lopez , foray was known.
Hhas been working secretly lor motithHpai-t
and, as subsequent events will show, with
as much practical efficiency as ever." ' '
Si-ate Fairs roa. 1852.1 The following is
a list or, tlie ' Agricultural Fairs "to be held,
during the coming fall, in various sections of
the Union: Vermont at ' Kutland, Sept.- 1
2,3: New York, at Utica, Sep.' 7,8,9.10;
Ohio, at Cleveland, Sep. 15,16,17; Michi
gan, at Detroit, Sep. 2:2,23,2 4; Canada West,
at Toronto;' Sept.'21 to 24; Indiana, at Ind
lanpoljs, Oct. 19,20,21 ; Pennsylvania, .Lap-
caster, Oct..20,21,22; Wisconsin, tit BJilwau
kle, Oct 6,7,8; N. Hampshire, Ocl.6,7,8;
Georgia,' Oct. 18 tp 23; Maryland, at Balti
more, Oct. 26,27,28,29; m.. Pomdlogical
Congress, at Philadelphia, Sep. 13;'; Ameri
can Institute, at New York, Oct. 6: Ameri
can Ins. Exhibition of Stock, Oct. 19,20,21.
Rabbits in Paris. 'I entered a restaur
antonthe other side of the Seine, and ord
ered a rabbit.' 'I was green, verdant as the
first cucumber even as early peas or I
should not have done this. -Therabbit came
and I offered : the ."Moniteur" to an old
Frencliman opposite, whose eyes vere fliced
npon my "plate," but he ' bowed a nega
tive. The bow 1 puzzled me; " 'All French
bows are polite, but this was more-i-it was
compassionate. I struck my fork into the
ouadrnped hetore me; 1 ltzwas -too much
Monsieur -has hot been 'ion? in' Paris!"
"No; 1 have just arrived.'" 1 "Monsieur is
going to eat thatl", (A frightful, griuiape.)
"Monsieur will allow mo'' to. make 'a. small
-observatiori !" ' !"Certtiinly ;"'Ca little alarni
ed.) : "Monsieur,"' (gravely) "tliat rbbrt
ioticeweiwrf!" j'4"'.'; ',, !',',!"iiV-:'J' '
. mThw Fbsnch : Government has cbnffder
ably increased the bounty on the Newfotiltd
rand aaltrffsh 'trailOi which -they aro gren'tl
encouraging1, tothe-detrinienl of British in
.terests.i Already French cargoes have been
selling at different ports of the Mediterrane
an, where, formerly, the British flag moriopi
olizod this important brarich of commerce'.
Thi isono reason why tho British GOverli
ment has sent' out the- additional force 't6
Wewfoundlahd. "1 ''" '. V1- ':
,,Thb Buy ealo add New York City Rati
boadComwni. The rai'road bridgo- hver
tho Genesee river at Portage,-which is. 234
feet hiirh and 800 feot- Ioiiit, was tested on
Saturday afternoon by the president,' direcr
to'rR.'chiof engineer and 'contractors : of tho
Buffalo and New York ' City Railroad, and
found to meet their expectations in every re
spect. -The locomotive" "Orange" was run
over. '-'. '' ." ' -"i'' '
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Demand for Breabstupfs in unoLaNo.
It is stated that private letters , by the Can.
ada, foan estensive exporting houseo New
York, intimate a probability, that, there -will
be an increased, demaridfor. flour arad jpdiau
meal in the Enmish markets,.' to supply, i,a,
deficiency of food, likely, to be the-result. ;of
the already partial lailgre p toe potatpcrop
inireiano. .... ,. , .... .;v, ;,h-.iji.,o.,i
Judge r rice is a iiie-ioug,. .inrougnrgoin
" Democrat," universaly known' and rulei
as such in Southern ; Ohio. If the .Locofo
co accesgionn, in Ohio, are made , up of ,euch
Whigs, they have hardly time to pack their
fn.hi.. t.n o.h .!. a-:
v.u.ina ui fcllU UULb li.v. ;nyvf il I IX.li
Gazeite.,.,. ; ... u, ,,.,: i (.! im
" Land Sales. Thd fmproVed lands oh ,thej
ujijier oaiiouisKy, uilio,, cuueu, oy, ine vyjfau
dots. wfll be offered for sale- on tha 67th of
September; at iibt lees tliatT. J?3f 50 perkier?,
'i'r' 11 i 1 i a i r-y: ' M-i,j-i,i i, ' .. ... . . j
W ,"7, r pwacngera oa ,
jnittw on Commerce, were adopted. Tbe.,,
'r'r':" '"."''.""T'V V.
j i.mi.jj. ....... K i "w(.ibiikiiiwi.
way ana a portion ot tlie public liuida lor a
ship csnal round St. Marie was taken up and
pnsed"J ' 'r- ' 1 : i '
mte--The bill proviiliiltf fur the public
printfag. !a Uke up,, Jr. mwlia object-.
ed.to tho bill, and moved fhat a superinteH-
dent he appointed by a concurrent action of
both 'House.'1 -Rejected.
rf: Mr. Bayard waa opposed to the establish-!
mynt of a National Printing OtEc,Lut would
vote for the present bill if amended so as uot I
to continue in force after the 3d of March,
1852. - '- ' " -" ' - !
The debate was continued by Messrs. Smith
ana iwiizui, Hie latter cliarc'iiitr me. n
with inecmiilciicy ' Tho hilt' was
postpoued futon hour. Doriag the debate
Mr..MangUmmads ullusioji to Mr. Webbtcr;
sajd huj recent .acts were diagr.acvpil to the
hian, disgraceful to the position ho'uccuui-
ied' and disgraceful to the Whig party.so far
"n ould which was but little and
ws or,,rc, " rcTnF;.. After other
""""P?""" proceedings me Din lor trie eiec,
' uZ,oie jter ?'8 'Mf'-
o'. The bill passed as t came nin'the House
!. veur 2.1. nnvn 13. The civil and dinlorna-
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! mission. . .i - . ' ' - 'v ''
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. I .;;,; rni , . .!," ' "A- ..n..A-
ijubi rouio out n utu. . i uc uciiriai up-
I ' , i l a i .l. i-a. .. 1
ipanisn auiMeci,ai new vrisans ana Key ... . .... . ., . , ,
! vvCf,t for losses sustained bv inobs during ' A Coktrast. In 1844-5 the Whips took '
-Hu e.',i.. ..i;ii,( Lj 8 1 hold of the ' General Assembly of Ohio, and I
the Cuban excitfelnont, was passed on. H,. DnrinthJffttrr. of
opnnwh subjects, t rievr urlenn una Ky
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,, R't. (.in ,:,n r.,r .. n,u.ki
" ":r:!...J'r"l ' Z. I 11
i.(uu irum i'w unuiiu 1 era rui in
Senatft hi 1 for ' the rnlipf ofthft Wilmin-
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a .-nH.Mn.Wr R-ilmad Hnmnnnv. bv
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extending fur four years thedutieson a bun-
,...,.i;.. r... r .u.i...;. V. . i...1ascenden
. . i
Olds; from the Post Office Committee.'rc-
ported bnckthe bill amendatory of the acts
v , . . ... . r .
reducing and modifying the Tates of postag-'.
Senate amendments were concurred in. ,,
The House then went into .committee on
.r. - j ... r.t. c...... ... ,i. T...I:
an appropriation bills. Amendments adopt -
ed, tl e clniittee ro.e and the bill was pas s -
' The lloWc'prorecdcd to the election fa
nrn,.,r in ilJ llo. u l.i.n'Ri.lii.rt Ai':.i-
Llie uillL-ininii'iiLB ui tut' ot-nniu in liii; jiiui-
titors. - . Ailjourned.- ' - ' r;
. tknati: Private calender postponed. ;
. , Mr., Hunter reported the army and nvy
'uppropriation bills, with, aii Amendment.
Alsoi'the Postoffice approprintton bills, and
hioved to take up ' the generaTnpproprintion
bill. : -.
1 '' Hui!ro:t Aceilent' - '
yir.v York, August ,!2!. The train on
the Ramiipo and Patterson branch of the
Erie road, was thrown' ofTthe track ' yes'ter-
dn'y nlorning.' by the breaking of a wheel on
the engine," which, with baggage and pass- j
engnrs cars went over an embankment 20
feet high. ' Wm: G. Jeffrey, fireinun,. was
killed; two other firemen injured, one fatally. .
Several passopgers were bruised, none se
riously. .... '
. Whig MaM meeting. . i v
: Harrisbvrh', Aug. 20. Tho Whig mass
meeting held, here to-day to -celebrate the
anniversary Of the battle of Churubusco is
Very1 large, not, less than' 15,000 persons be-
in!? in uuemiance. j. n. muwu, iv.
. , T. ..T- . Y fT.-r HT...I.1 1 IT.
j. h. ;. JMUUU, k. i.
, , . t"r'i a . .'.a.; .
Conrad and Hon. J, O. ev.er, a Among
.lioalli of lx-Uovei nor Vnurc.
. URDASAj Aug. S. Ex-Govenor Vance
died yesterday afternoon bt five o'clock, at
the family residence near this - place.
..I'.roui CuIki..' , :;
New Orleans, August 22. -rEmpire City
arrived with Havana dates to 17th, It con
firms the advices brought-by tile Crescent
City, of arrests making there by the 'Gov
ernment of persons supposed to be disaffect
ed. 'The publication of revolutionary docu
ments continued.'': A private letter received
by the Picay unp, states that many Spaniards
were engaged in a conspiracy',1 and aeiau'rcB
of munitions of -war were made.' '"-r':
;-!... .:,' .' : '. f--- '.:.
; JFrlli-7 Boston. ri U
'.Boston, Ai:&ut-2C. Advice's from Buenos
Ayresof July 4th' confirms Urquizss coup dc
otat Lettersef the 8d' nlf. state that order
will be maintained with 'no further double.
Buaiheas dulk'i " 1 ' '
Advices from'Halifux state that Admiral
Seymour flailed for I'rtnrie Edward's Island.;:
Mississippi sauna on ine; lum io cruise ns.T
ing grounds.' f1''1"'1'''' ' -'''-. ' ' "'. "
Boston1, Angniil'2,7. The' St! Jolins', N'l
B., apets of yesterday say ' t)iat the crops
tlifongho'pt' the firoy ince'ls "reat as c'Ver oli-
The mackerel fishery, north of Prince Ed
ward's Island, .wifs good.' ''NiVa; Scottans
are doing well.: i -Hi ...'n-,n'-3i's v .'
. . The first iiquor seizure at Boston occurred
to-day; Patrick Keenah'aud Jolu Laughlin
wtire arretted 'and fined forselliiig it; the li-quor-eni
pted' info the ' sewer--'Inrgc 1 1 fowd
quietly looking on. Moses William, one of
the wealthiest wholesale dealers, , bus. been
complained Off; he will bo examined to-mor-rm.
" - - - r ' i
Sniitltcrii ItlKhfs Couvcntiou f ,h
MoMoo'MERT,Aiabama, August 25. The
Southern Rights party have called, a . State
Conventloni to., meet on the 14tlf Sepljenibcr,
to nOqiinotq a candidate for President, fierce
has failed to' answer, questions i ptopoundeij,
tohlm';.;-;. Pi t ;" 5 m
: Koportod PInswif r'.'' f :v?,
-New ORLEANS.'Angnbt 24. The Clnrk'?
Ville fTexasl Northerrt Standard states,, on.
rename auinornyi irom orn-ru unui, uyii
.Cant: Stevens, "with, two ottof officers, and
hfty-silt men, nave ueen KHieu oy ine "..a -
manche IndiiihS,"abpnt CpttV miles ifrohi Fort
Belknap; and an express had been 'sent into
.l:e3W.s.,0Ire,",0.rcP." c"1: rvl?niJ-
Hmitn ien,nere,io.(iay ior run vv ohjiniipu,
uiiHdr hn espeeiaf order from Gen". Scott.' '
;(ttr jJfy'ard Tayjoricustoui like a. Turk,
as largo as life,,: reached coustantinople, v
bout aitioiith since, overland from Egypt.
i i'ttrii it iiui k iitksn.. a . - ,
MAfWualhrr t, Uw raoeriative!
transaaMi w wlit and Hour.- Wheat faa. ,
pork Kurter, l'nii,e6fi'JO. . .. -
.Styrk-Ai.ricaii diiurbd o : account
r. . wj . - - i
, , . .
i uiiu-jii'iiiihi:u. i-uiiuM lur.ailCK ol, mn.iy t ti little- U.v whn a. lu.
;inuiicy. ' ,-.'
l I'uMic frelinw wic calmer, but they were
'fitting up the iwvy yard. .
Ther have been gules on the coast of
u , The American ship of war Preble ai-rivo,!
at Teneriffe ..n tlj 4th; . the Bsinbrid.'c,
Pom. Dale, at Madeira on the 5th. ., . ..I
; The French negotiations with Holland
and Belgium are resumed. ,.- -j
PriiaCh0,er CXt'!n(,intr 'U ravaf
"Trmal demand has been mads upon the
Swiss confederacy by Prussia to ackoowl- j
.edge the former sovereignty
! , Russia, in Turkey, has be
been destroyed by
, , , AiiFtria and France arc about to withdraw
.tlnjir troops from Rome as su-jii at the Papal
army can be oriraiiizvJ.. ' . -',
.-The English sloop-of-war Staunton Is St
Uog out lor srme destination. AUo, fouri
reUr stoaiucrs are now CtUng out at Spit-
head. ... ... . .., . .
A committee of aaval and ahip-wright of- j
, iicers are orders to assembl at Jboadon f i
ad upon proper armament for merchant f
jsWomera, in ordr that they can be used for
war nurnosi. . . . I
',. . .. . ' ., . ;
1 he I'reHjdent s marnagr is defurrcd.
The President's marriage is deferred.
i i, . ... i i o :. .
Portugal and Spaiu are quiet.
. , nuKins uas aooiuueu tue. mauoniw uuarn
..:.. ...H...1 .k r- 1
: Whig supremacy, the entire pay of the mem- i
,,""'e' clerks, sergeants-at-crms, and messen- i
i mr bovs. amonnted to 1 1 4.178-an aver- i
4sra , , :
The firt session of tlie first Legislature
under the New Constitution entirely under
i the control of a Locofoco majority is about
HALF FINISHED, and the same items of
'expense enumerated above, already amount
t. i . . if IAI .1. ... C - ..
i "W r" ",B" lm7 w5rc
1 THREE YEARS during- the days of VV h.g
rBflCenuency: ; ll curt l ir ucuitic ion. TV....L. i
Lmorg thBn" TWENTY-THOUSAND DOL-
LARS, for clfrkf, pcrgeants-at-arnis afiu
lum paid THE MLMBERS, both of the Sen-
"e""u "". """
1848. An army of loafing, iaiy partizans
,.-'r .,... r
II IllllUt 1 lllg IUII. ll.OUIID, bll tf. fflllilM
ever earned twenty-five cents a dav at any
I honorable or useful employment.were kept in
j . . , . . , - - rnTTn rmr
. 1 " T t ,u
1 '."'V n!am "
1 $u,UUU for tlie tax-ridden people of the
u' VV- -Will the amateur Represen-
tatives from this county undertake to defend
to hi constitu
ents! Let him try ! VuyUm Gazette.
. The LMion' Times, in. an article on the
Fisheries, in which H refers to future nego
tiations for a settlement of this question on
terms most favorable to England, says:
"But in the present state of parties in the
Union, the time is ill chosen to press any
such negotiations at all. We have to do with
a government .professing strong protective
principles,' but liable to be turned out of of
fice by its political and commercial antago
nists in a few mouths. The prudent . course
would, therefore, have' been to give' notice
that the privilege of fishing beyond the - lim
its of the convention of 1818 would be with
drawn noxt year, and the provisions of that
agreement more strictly enforced; and then
to await the effect which the Presidential .
lection aiay have oiithe policy of the Amer
ican government, and on .its negotiations
with ourselves." ...
There it is, again, "Await the effect which
the Presidential election may have on the
policy of tho American Government." The
iimu muaiiuau. .h.i..i,h ,iib no.ivi . icavi..
T. , . kl.nn.ln antrtrail 1 1, a Via f, Ptrnfp
.. , ... .. -n i
ana li nones uibi ins cietiioii wm ue mure
ruvoraMc 1 10 lho BritiBh jntercito than the
present, and therefore - advises a postpone-
incut of a settlement . till the Presidential
election is ducided,, when, if their favorite
candidate is elected, they will bave it all
their own way., We will see about that.
Juornul. ... . - - .
. Railroad ArrAiR. The Diroctors of
the Scioto and Hocking Vally Railroad Com
pany huve .adoped a resolution to subscribe
$26,000 to the Stock of the Maysvillo and
Big Sandy Road, provided the assent of the
stockholders be given thereto at a meeting
to be held on the 15th of September next,
and unon condition that Sprinrville,opnofitc
this place, is made a point. They have also
engaged to luy-a third rail, forming a track
of a gauge corre,pondiUtr to that or the Ken-
tucky road, whenever the interest of both
rod hll r.riro U.;It: n apprehended
-that any hesitation will be felt by the stock
Iholders in regard to ratifying the resolution-,
' and it'is believed that the subacriptiuh thus
; made will enable the' Kentucky people to
j raise the requisite funds for preparing their
road foe the iron. - We understand that as-
suruncos have been given at tho East, that
wheucvor 6300,000; shall have . been sub
scribed in this repion, $100,000 additional
will be subscribed there.-. Tais, ' it ia eti
matedswill bo sufficient to prepare the road
for. tho iron to this poiut,;- We believe that
some 8350,000 have already, leive cured,
and that sanguine hopesare entertained that
ihe . balance will. be . forthcoming. Verts'
mouth Pi tfntck. U .' - ti: .! 'ti '-: b:v
'"'ClKC'lHltXTI.'ifc ANESVlLtfi RAaioAJP..-r
The wcsto'rn termination of this 'important
rood is at Morrow, about 3J5 , miles .thhs.' side
of CfncJnnatlj-w'here it connects wlih the
Little Mlainl R-nlrtnid. '' It is 125 nilles.long
and terininhtes'at Z'ahesville,' where' j'tcori-
mlcts with the Central tJhio Railroad.'. ' AC:
Zanesvillcit will also conncu with the Ak
ron Branch Road, now " being rapidly con
structed from,Uudson via Akron.. PUU,: -to
Zancsville, by means', of whii h a r.iilrond
route from Clcvel'imj. to Cincinnati will A
created, giving tq tno.jocai pusinees at this
roajljO direct coniiiiuiijcation ,wiih "Cjeve
land. 'ITlie road, comole tod and full v. ennin-
pcd.'will cost pot to exceed $20,Q()0 per mile,
or $2,500,000,,, Ninbty mi lea, from, Morrow-
to Lancastqr. are now nnder contract, to be
fjijisjied by October, J53.-7.Cuei Herald.
"StilI TflEV Com! Irt one of the town-
, shipebf thhYtobunry, "YHere art eight voters
; engaged in an establislihient,' all orwncm
Democrats'.'- SIX of the number will
, vote ror Scott and Graham. Portsmouth Tri.
-A iToics .1 rnoM Wavne ToM Nsnrr.-
Wro. S. Pottt,. a .Justice of tho Peace of
Warren township, requesui, u, w,oy wmi
t nutu tuniy."'!', 1 ' . ...I
thouch he has heretoiore , supporwa ,-vne,
..... . . t --.ill'-.... r..t
"Democratic" ticket, he will how go fot i
Scott and Graham. urn. Wl Buttery.
trriaayfvni(lrT, Atgust 9T, l AZ ,
' From the Ohio.Eis'e.l
t TIe Qn-M?, an., r t'. our lanI;;'ry K,t
- .left .... !
-' Wo Imvo t,. .r bwd l hlM. within cur 1
reieetma, i.avinar cin a entto bnv a
tat stranger lt hiia.'
' tVill.'tlien. did (V t hear ofld. dr .w -
Hag Im mtMth'-rxi or tup. ri-a if i. i,r-
I pn r, and yr'rtin? it, fer wliUh bo was
Court 3Irhalfd". .
' T. . , .... .... ' ' . ' .
Jtf , ' "
" ' t " u'"i yweraays ..lui.oufy an-ing at the summit between this
Vennd the lo ) ijuiion ok ofien putt- and Nsv. ark.
us. W'n bikwi r that wo havo hpard of th.- j The r .uto v. "ill be foUTd to be one of th
cbarg.-.. It wariwdc 1.y a man who woull U-.t and . Vupeat it. Ohio.
h,VL' .bL'e" a,riit"' h" "uutry, a' The. funds ill be raisH and the road coa-
conleuVraU of llurr, a man who would have ,
rejoiced with the' alitor of the Kaj when
Attorney General Po boajtinly sui.I tbut j
Geu. Scott anJ uL 3U0 tr jujHi surremltrid to
130t)JIfitili ii I (ii'.t j!..". In the
swcred7 , If not, read the fallowing:
PonowcntPsiE; Ihitrhess I'o., Aaj I7i'i2.
"jljnicc Gbeei.V, Y,r i-.'.V: I wiap-
poiiiieu a Ho.pitij , r-urjj'j'ii s ,ltu ;o th
Array bv Mr. Mo,!iVp toJuiio, m,'tuii r'.
-. . . ' .
icTe vew Orleans aud i,, renort'to Go,,.
Wilkinson, arid arrived there bile thtro..s ,
,ere at at T(MTtJ Ila.uf Sliv,
()r.aotf.. HooI, my arrival U.e.troop
. . . ' . .
were ordered to the caiiUmment in the ryar I
ii,ulr, M,s.r'.' .-.uv.. ,.;..t ..rHJi- Among owu-w who ...tiject wucnerai
ICaptftifi .Scott., on im? iUt preferred iy
............ .......i. vr .... ...,.'
r.. "i it-:..: . .i .
- uwi,w4ini.it. ooitt
UII - I'H
reiuiniujj uu ni ,i:ey tclJiii'iii
: t i
. ,., ', '
1 waa in the Court-room erery day faring (
th trial, and the result was published in
soiiie oi ww men. w hhu ocen rucen.iv
Ccnerai-(Jrderf, and Capt. Scott waa hon-
orably acquitted of the charge. Some or tlie ,
soldiers, whose money rant. Scott was al-.
. . . . - au
al, and on their testimony resulted his ac-
I shoold riot have troubled you with tint
note had not the slander been difTused all
over, the Lnion-riihd tlie truth requireij that
it should be coutradinted. It was very com
mon for the soldiers when paid to give their 1
money for safe-keeping to their commaii J r '
or any officer in whom they had confidence,
and ui this way tapt- bcott uecanie posses
sed of the moneys enrrurtted to hi in by the
soldiers of his comDanv. and which resulted
so honorably to his reputation on the trial by
the Court-Martial, and which was approved !
. by the officer in command, Gen. Hampton
i nf Month lr,,!m, -
I am yonrs, etc., WiLlmm Thomas. 1 ana) Journal, a Whig paper, says:
Shame npon the men who would falsify' 'Indiana vill an fin- Pierce, without doubt;
, . . . . , , , . , . 1 tn irill Ohio. e muxt keep a look out for
history and rejoice over the defeat of A mer- k-entuckyBb)1 too u on fence. What
ican soldiers, because a Yi hig General wits tjUM and nioncy you have to devote to the
in command! re!ection, let it be spent there not here,
' T T ,ir ,1 ,r , ' where we have nothing to expect.
A Little Advice. We would respuctful-, , , "? . , , . .
, , . . r The above we find in the Eitale. It is
ly caff the attention of that portion of our -. . -
,.,, '. -L, - . one of the ten thousand inventions of Loco-
Locofoco friends who are so tembly trouu- . .
, , . , i A' - focoisin. Tne Lufayette Journal never said
led about the GazdU't blnckjuardism, to .
i r. ...i". rn-.ii i ""7 such tiling. But the Lagle will not
their own paper. "Liar," "thief," "black- ' . ,, , , 6
. , i .. a.1- . i. 1. i Correct the falsehood,
hearted scoundrel." dirty work," "aband- i . r
oned hell-hounds," "gaps pipe," "poor rois-
, , . m. ,i i . r .l.-
adjectives nno piinrare urc iuiac-u to"" the General Government as wild and vis
their organ in the mort beautiful confusion. ' ionarv," and declared that "IF PIERCE
We might make another reference, but then j WAS ELECTED, HE WOULD VETO
we would be told that the Democracy was AVC,H S.';HElM,ES-VI , tJ
7 j Certuinly he would. H 6 always voted a
not responsible, and we merely allode to the I ?Jlllt n appropriations for sttch purposes,
Eagle. Now would it not be well for these and the princifJe of such opposition is a
shocked gentlemen to obey the scriptural ' prominent plank : in the platform of the Con
i;;t t'.iri.o Konm ,... r.r i...ir ! enUon that nominated him at Baltimore for
. . " '.i
own eye, before undertaking to remove the
mote from their brother's." Or do they claim
a monopoly of these words and phra.n-s! h
this partof the dictionary all their own!-
There ought to be some understainling upon
this subject. .'
In the meanwhile, we would repcctfuiiy
"ggest that the use of similnr weapons is
necessarv in a fair nuht, even if tho one
nnrtv ia tint an tl'oll strtllpil ll'ifh tilt m n.4 lfl
other. ' But, genthnnrn, reform your puper j
and men we win nsien io y u.
Don't Likb tt! Thc E yfe don't appear
to' be well pleased wilh the, publication of
the fact that the boasting allusion of Attor
ney General i'ugn to i:ie surrender at
Queenstown Heights, was heartily peered
by a large number of his audience. We
can't help it. , Out of the city, we do not
believe an audience could be scared up in
thiscounty who would tb'i 'that same thing,
, Th M ralhl?r " lh 1CQkcr. Ttl0
. . . 4 . , ' : .'
'''2e!.7 ' ..V. 5 .,,.,;, r A-
' "But who d'ul exult over the dofent of A
mcrican soldiers during the Mexican war:"'
- Heaven blessyour simple soul, nobody :
Thanks to the gool management and skill of 8orne an.j pinf,,! COrn on one of his toes
Generals Taylor and Scott, and the indoni- was pared down, but not sufficiently to draw
ilable braverv of the officers and soldiers un- he blood. A shirt Urns afterward.infiamma
. .-..... : tion set in. extendingupward in a tetter form
der their commnnd, no opportunity was offer- tn yri sMvT. ncss t0 h he8(J.
cd for this dispbiy of toryinm. It was ve-' The'agony or the Httlo fellow was indescri
tbry after victor)-', and neither the fire of the liable, and 'it' is a his; ter of wonder that he
Mexicans in the front or. the fire of tho L.i- I survived tho acnte panj;9 so long as he did.
cofocos i'uthe rear, was able to snaUh' a 1 and other jaoothinff app hances
v , ' , . .... were ulnimistcred, and every attention be-
laurel from tlio brows of these most c islin- ! ftowC(j u pon him by phj-sicians and the
guished Generals:- The-people 8tistain?a
icrals.- Tne- people 8tisiain?u
pl'oiilo'madeZa. h Taylor Pre-
l th'i.v intend to do iliat same
they.;inteiid Ladu. t.iat smc
them. ' The pi1
ident and how
uungioruAin, owt-.i .
; .' ""i"" .'' '""' '' 7" ' '1'." '
.. OW- AND; I HBIN,-M WIIUI I UII ilinilMHH
were it h.n hiimilinting.'cull tW' opinions I
of thelcabinif Locofoco Press now 'and five;
jjcaxa alttcf.' We suly iu .a single
'. . " Priui ih .H.irifarA K7Vlik
0en. Scott; has bpen in the iiiinwry st r-: Cy. I was raised in rennsy ivanta, no con-iee-of
the country for forty?"'! year, 'r- j tinned, 'and was always favombfe to a tariff
inir 'wliic.h neriud be bas rf oiwtf as a com-
ocnaaUon fur hi services, tlieanm of ?2 J7-
00O. ., .' " ' ' ' ' "';
, com tl". JtortfarJ Tim-Th r,
Gen. Scott, wbo.abtve all others, indis
nutablv stan'ds out ns the ghe.it Man of!
the late r.oitliis w A K ; whose name :
throughout Enrope'atid America is i'penti-j
fibb w ith all its' clokv with iu great j
viiiviriea and ffreat rEACE whose mastkr- ,
ly successes have DOUBLED ATA SIN
GLE STROKE THE ORIGINAL AREA
nPTHK IH.'.PnBl.ir. An. ......
: - ,
A man "whose masterly successes hove j
doubled the original, area of tho Republicr"J
v.. , ..
suouiu nuv mitiiraiii,. w ... s -
... r.-. ' :.l .i. ..l. r
should not he censured lor . tue receiving a
salary aooiu eaui ia ; iii Vnm w vi .
., iirf. .f. ' 1 ,iP
tho llouse j
IHHU UI UI I'll 3fliin'i.v. ...,.. .-.
v;iiole NO. 1100
Tut S. It M.. V. Railroad. On Wodnos-
' evci..ng list, a public meeting was held
lu " ' 'i' n"''rcB ' vo "' con".
Thursday, the - oumn.ittoe appointed
t.y Hi j meetinr. collected the funds necessa-
r - t , ,i,
' " " F r'''"y' x"'j a Parlv went over 1,10
iMti f"r the jurpose of making on ex-
' T ) bl Tro-v the- will he M t., .nt
' . 1 ' "-rro'V' ,t"'-' e Llu 10
liUn:''f ex?UmUon ol the route, the only
slrnclfd, before some pei-ple are aware that
the project his b-en entertained.
ft will be a p-ying road; it will i'iclpi in
bull I up rur city aud will be of greut advan'
t.ije to Ui'1 farming community.
f5"It is pretty getiernlly conceded that
i Gen. Scott ha earned what he got and a lit
itlc mere, and this is what cannot be said of
iCTCr? : '-'ly-ne out of a hundred Ucof.y
roru. l.,f I.. !... r.i.1;.. ....... ..r ,l.n n..!.!;..
lcm. wl h,ive 0J;n '"'S f tl,c Public
YIW U the po.,r ti two mouths'
.Jiiblto liitiid cmues an able article from
M thi MLt of the Eaytl, who
i i . ... . . . i. . i . . . . it
.nure tha3 a inemLL'r of hi. oa u )artv was
"'"ius l" i"""-
Wuig Pa meters! Greeley spits upon
lb,- olatlorm: Webb on the candidate: Web-
stcr is mum; Fillmore and his Cabinet, cold;
Toombs, Stephen,' Gentry, Giddings, and
the Li uuiu of Whirry in Congress open-
i ..UJii fn. S.tt.n
( honest, knowing whigs, everywhere, give it
Up: Old North Carolina follows in the van.
and knix-ks all IMfcathert out of Old Fuss'
, nd the people of Iowa have shown that
I the disaffection of a few disapponted poli
ticians has no influence upon a free people
determined to reward one -of their greatest
.and beat men with the highest office within
Democrats. When you hear a Whig
boast of Carrying Ohio, Indiana.or Kentucky,
point him to the following:
i OVto and I ndian n .The L&favette ( Indi-
07JohnA. .McLltrnanu, in his speech
at Shawnet town.characterized the system of
"improving western rivers and harbors by
i tio Presidency. Chicago Jour.
. jt f .
Horrible Accident. The Hamilton
() Intelligencer says a dot m isecuett .
e ' . defllh The
1 1..... wng ier, in the room occupied bv the
i rag-cutter, while the man in charge went
'.into the btory above. Hearing screams, he
(ran uown siairs, una saw uie uoy revolving
(round a perpendicular iron shaft, a foot from
the door frame.
' . . i . ..i i.f
lue dojs nau ueen piayin wiui me miuii.
holding locks of hemp.which became wrapped
' around the revolving shuft. It is supposed
that the boy was thus playing, when his
arm, getting entangled, was wound up with
the hemp, and his body offering resistance,
fastened him so firmly to the shaft as to tear
his left arm out at the shouliler. When he
was fonnd, his arm was crushed to a jelly
and bound by the hemp about the iron, en
tirely disconnected fiom his bady. - His legs
were stiil entangled in the hemp.
In addition to this, his left thigh bone wa3
broken, there wcra several deep gashes in
broken, there wcra several deep ga
f hi right lep, and a gash ten inches
the right groin laying the intestines
Secular Dea-A so,, of M
be't Pye died yesterday at the residence of
hi3 father, on Sycanioro street, from the ef
fects of In.'kinw. , Some time aro. a trouhle-
family, but the system at length yielded to
j family, but the svflem at jengtn yiciueo to
j the disease.and he e.ired in the utmost ag-
ohy. Those who were present speak of the
, q hcart
character, and our physician have never
; hud a simitar one ia their practice. Cin.
'I Can't te Thansfered.' This was the
f ,.Y-mr.; r- hnnpst henmrrnt a tow
j arjo, when talking about Mr. Pierce,
! the Democratic candidate for the Presiaen
jutlicient to Mil hi
I nnl uB4 tnnfrht tn hi.lirce ihnt to be Demo
cratic doctrine. Thnabcleiving, I voted for
Polk, Dallas; and the Tsriffof. IHI3. I did
not know Polk, and voted so to go with my
party, and was deceived. 1 han't be agajn,
as I shall never vote for a man of whom I
know nothing, merely because those who '
call trivmselves leaders tell roe to do, so. I
know Gen-Scott. Jlis name is identified
with tho hielory of our country, and I shall
vote for him.'
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