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Thursday Evening, Sept 183
jEADsthb poLOMK. All slonj the
line of the Cleveland and Pittsburirli
the ppople tur'tle4 out eri Mdsse yesterday to
welcome general WCott. At balem four
thousand people were gathered. At Alii-
nce was a throng from Canton, Woqster,
&.c.,and apeechea were made by Gen. Lar
imeb and others. At Ravena, Hudson, Bed-
ford and Newburgh crowds stopped the way.
Scott leads the column in Ohio. and. as
ever, he leaus it to certain victory. -Ulevs.
So it was all alonirthe lineof tho C. &. C.
it was down the Scioto Val-
ley. So it will be wherever the Old Chief
tain is seen. . At Chillicothe last night, he
wet with a most glorious reception. Un
bounded enthusiasm prevailed. That man
.. 1 1 e i , ... '" m unv. I iiu umctl Ul II V lOUmeV IS
who, upon an errand of chanty in behalf of not of a ,itica, cllnJractcr. jVre lutes to
hittontry, meets such a welcome, lias per- : the public service, and the public charity,
formed more than ordinary services for that I' is to select a site in Kentucky, and near
country. It is no political display. It is but j Cincinnati, or an asylum for the worn out
the exhibition or gratitude by a people who ! nn.d i"fi"n soldiers, both of the regular and
6 j , volunteer force,
can appreciate great deeds and great men. Having no other subject to speak of than
In Circlevillej yesterday afternoon, after 'to thank you for your great kindness, I may
the departure of Gen. Scott, the crowd as-!Siy from the depths of my lieurt, that for all
Bcmblcd in front of the Pickaway House, ' I,n.uvo Jol)f mV public." life, for any hard
.,.!.. t .n-j i.. th. it I ship or suffering I may have endured in the
and were ably addressed by Messrs. Van ;sirvicoor my lintry- , llm ,, rfpnid il(
irump.-Franklin, Jones and others. The the approbation or my countrymen.' What-
good Whigs or Pickaway county,' will give
a first rule account of themselves. Gen.
Scott's noble and commanding person ere
sites tflth'usiasm and inspires confidence. -
?Jo wonder the American soldiers were sure
ofirirtory, when they heard tho cry go forth,
"SCOTT LEADS THE COLUMN."
Ohio State Fair. TheTist of premiums j tlic people.aiul all the slniulersof tlio meun
mwur!il at the Ohio State Fair, held nt ' er Portio" of polilicul opponent's cannot
Clevclaud last week, is published in th pa- I nfI"L'cl Ili8 position. He will be triumphantly
yers of that city. It Is entirely too long for 'elected. At Circlcville, upon a few hours
re-publication incur columns, and we trans, notice, he was welcomed by thousands of
fcr only so much as is of local interest. It enthusiastic and warm-hearted ivmntrv
will be noticed that "Old Fairfield" held her 1 mcn n,1(1 countrywomen. His address was
own,doing better probably than any other somewhat moro lengthy and will probrbly
county,' taking the number of entries into Pr'lar ' l!ic Circlcville paper.
consideration. So far a horf os are con
tietiied, we do not suppose she is Buri?isscd
by any county in the State. Within tho last
ten or fifteen years, there has been a great
improvement in this respect, und our Agri.
cultural Society will, within the next ten I
years, produce a liko improvement in many
other interests. Tho following awards were i
mnde to nilizens of this county: '.
John ShaMler, Lancaster, one pair match
ed horses, five years old, first premium, $20.
John Gill, MiIlersport,one Juck, five years
old, silver medal. j
- John Gill, Millersport, one J.ick, five years j
old.fifteen hands high, first premium, .$10.
John Itcber, Lancaster, one Mare, four
years old, silver medal.
John Iteber, Lancaster, ono Gelding, five
years old, saddle, premium, $10.
John Rcber, one Mare, four years old, light
harness, premium, SlO. J
John S. Snyder, Greenfield township,!
Ilend Blocks for Saw-mil'.s, silver medal.
John S. Snyder, saw-set for mill-saws,
l)iploma and recommended.
More or the Leahy Murder. It is stat
ed that Leahy, the reputed "Monk of La
Truppe," who was recently committed to jail
at t'anlevillc, Wis., for shooting dead, in the
courthouse at that place, a man named Man
ley, and attempting to kill Col. Morton, the
lawyer of Manley, upon being asked, after
liis arrest, if he wished to see the remains
of the murdered man before being buried,
ho replied "No," and grave the following rea
son for (he murder; stretching forth his right
Iiand, said: "To be sure that hand fired the
pistol, but God directed. I had a vision last
night; God told mc to ki.l five men in that
court room, I have been prevented now, but
the day will come when it will be done."
Leahy, previous to the murder, had been
living with his wife in Columbia county,
Wis. where he baa property to the amount
of $4000. Jeafotfsy orhis wire, as we have
heretofore stated, was the origin ol the af
fray. His career is now, In all probability, at
OCrThe Pennsylvania Railroad loan of
$3,000,000 was allotted on Thursday to C.
Ilonry Fisher, Esq., of Philadelphia, on ac
count of Baring Brothers and the Roths
childs, of London, at 103 20. The whole a
mount bid was In the neighborhood of $10,.
05"The California mail which reached
Boston on Monday evening was so wet that
the direction, on the letters could not be
deciphered. The Advertiser says that one
gentleman received a draft for a thousand
dollars so defaced that he could not read tho
name of the house on whom it was drawn.
The Japan Expedition. Commodore
Perry Is now in Washington, and arrange
ments, it is said, are to be made for the speedy
departure or the Expedition to Japan. The
repair of the Mississippi, and the comple
tion or the repairs or the Princeton are alone
waited for. The full complement of seamen
will be made up.
Six Children Burned to Death. In
Wardsboro', Vt., at 10 o'clock on the night
of the 8th inst., the house of Peter Moore
took fire. This was discovered by the neigh
bors, who broke open the doors, brought out
Mrs. Moore and two children who were in
bed with her, her husband having taken the
alarm a moment before; but two children in
the same room, and four children who were
in bed in the chambers, were burned to
death. The-mother attempted to rush back
into the house to save her burning children,
but was held back and became deranged.
The Milwaukie New. .ays that Leahey,
the murderer, i to all appearance, a con
I General Scott mot With glorious re
rcptiun in Columbus, on Tuesday last. He
, addressed the vast assemblage, substantially !
fas follows: " ' i
fttfow ComiAwI cannot find worJl)
oxpreM the emotions which I feol on re -
such a welcome fro.., "he ciOzcns of
italofOhio. The cheers, the demon -
. the capital
Htrntioiia of such a vast itsscmblaL'-o of men
as that I now seo before mo, in the heart of
the Empire State of the West, miirht fitly
bo bestowed on the first man of the age. I
can claim no merit to entitle me to such
limmru If i- t - t i r
. . ..w.....u. .i. vi uv, mil niir a lonir uuuiic me
,f more than forty years I hsve taken part
m many transactions of national imnortonei.
it would bean unpardonable affectation
i'n me to assume that I had not rendered
wme Bervico to my country which might ex-
' cite the approbation of my countrymen.
1 From my eurliest youth, "dining my whole
'ifp it has been my aim my ambition .-to
aerve my country as to merit its approbation.
: I must receive this domoiiKtruiiun m nn in.
, uicniion tiiut in some di gree my efiorts have mey natter themselves that the People felt
i been successful. Great cheering.. no enthusiasm for Scott, und would not be
' friends, I do not intend to speak toi"1' forth to elect him. All the leaders
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v..,, ..n tw.i;ii..i t .. .1... i
i.ii7 i'uiuic inu uirriT ur uuuuucFB many
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differ from me in political sentiments
I am proud to receive their welcome. I
would hot on an occasion like the present
introduce subjects which might be unplcus-
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lever others I may contemplate, I huvo my
Again, my countrymen, I thank you for
such a manifestation on this, to mo", great
and glorious occasion. Immense cheering'.
His reception ut Circlcville, where we
.were present, was equally gratifying to the
Old Hero. He has a tiliice in the heurts of
Chiieu-a Club. The meeting on Ttt f lay
evening last, was a large and enthusiastic
000. It was addressed by Messrs. lfenry
StanL'iry and T. Wiirthinjton. The sjioech
of Mr. Stunhcry, was oti.i of the very best
we have heard during the campaign, and had
eftbet. for over one Imnr he en.
the alfe:;t'on of the audience trnd
wss frequently irrcole l with
pl.iuse. ft, referring to th'1 life and services
of Frank Pierce in a humorous n'ay, he bro'j
down the house. Th" Fpeerh was dignified
throughout and told with severe effect.
Gen. Worth i n gtoii was culled out am! in
his own peculiar way, called out bursts of
laughter and cpplausi. He claimed the priv
ilege of pursuing the course, which Locofoco
speakers generally take, nnd scathed the
leaders of that party in a wny that made
them smart under the ciistigution. He clos
ed with a few remarks in fuvor of a railroad
down tha Hocking Valley. .
Arrest. The individual, colling himself
Carpenter, who robbed one of the men con
nected with Burinim's museum, of about
$800, was arrested in Logan on Tuesday
last, und after an examination before Esq.
McVeigh, .vas committed, in default of bail
for trial at the next term of the Court. Some
thing over 000 or the money was recov
ered. Amr.ntCAN NcwsrArEns PRuniniTi:n in
Cuba. All the papers or the United States,
with the exception or La Cronica, El Pelnyo,
tho New York Express, the Washington In
telligencer, and the True Delta of New Or
leans, are prohibited to be circulated nt
Huvanu, and are stopped in tho post-office.
The French Consul is allowed a single num
ber of tho Courier dee Etut Unis. The
Cuptaiii-Generul has notified to the agents
of the American steamers, that should Mr.
Thrasher, on his way to New Orleans; or
Mr. Smith, purser of tho Crescent City,
come passenger in any of the steamers
which touch at Havana, that steamer will
not be allowed to anchor. Ily new police
regulations, an officer, in addition to the
Custom House Inspector, is placed on every
American vessel, to sec that no papers arc
carried on shore, unit no Fililmstero mate
rial smuggled in' or out. Additional secret
police officials are placed on board of the
steumers, to remain during their stay in port.
A Washington correspondent of the Bal
timore Sun says: "The impudence of the
English Government is astounding. In
their Admirulty'Maps ofArclic Discoveries,'
they have actually stolen the American dis
covery or 'Grinnell Land,' claim it as Brit
ish, nnd call it 'Albert Land.' Peter Force,
the distinguished antiquarian, read a paper
recently before the National Institute in
this city, vindicating thoAinericnn discovery
or Lieut. Delluvcn, the commander or the
(irinnell expedition in search or Sir John
Franklin, and convictinr the British Admi
ralty and map-makers, out or the mouths or
their own commanders, or the grossest
falsehood and most unblushing robbery.
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nviiu I. UIIULI uiiiiiLiuillll UlllliraUOn XO
Mr. Force for setting this matter right, on
the instant, before the British claim had
acquired historical irrevocability.
A Man Buried Alive. An Irishman who
died suddenly on the railroad, was buried
at Wheeling on Tuesday. Those Who at
tctided the funeral, after lowering the coffin
into the grave, returned to their homes, leav
ing a man to fill up the crave. It appears
that after throwing in a rew shovels full of
earth he was alarmed by a singular noise as
of kicking and struggling in the coffin, so
that he ran away. Coming up with Mr.
Fitzimmons he told what he had heard, and
both immediately returned, raised and open
ed the coffin, and found the man turned on
his face and his person warm1. The Gazette
says that if the coffin had been opened when
the commotion was first heard, the man
might have been saved,- and that he died
solely from suffocation.
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We Cud llio following truthful and hearty
rallying shont, in the New York Tribune of,
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' - THE AWAKENINQ.
I Diedrich Knickerbocker tolls a story of a
i Dutchman who undertook to iuinn a wide
uuwi, miii in oruer to uo so, went buck so tar
and run bo furiously that when he reached
the brink he was completely - blown, and
either stuck fast or tumbled in-at all events,
lie laueu to get over. ,
"Where's your enthusiasm for Gener
al Scott?" litis been the cry of his antagon
ists since his nomination. It was in vain
that we answered, "It is in the hearts of the
People, mid will be manifested at the pro
per time;" becauso thousands did not ncg
loct their business to wander off hundred
of miles at every call of a Scott Meeting,
did their best, by bragging, bullying and
offering to violate the laws by betting, to
make tho whigs faint and give up tho con-
At length they perceive their mistake.
fhe quietness they mistook tor apathy was
ihn r ' i ; " "'a..'. .
im-iuiv i ocLiuiiy ui tiuuijuuiicL'.-
People saw no use in giving five months to
o contest for which rIx weeks would suffice.
They gave the summer to their ' farms or
their business, knowing that for eo easy a
jobas the election of Gen. Scott, the Fall
would bo ample time. And now, having
their work in shape to enjoy a little respite,
they are taking hold of the Presidential
canvass.' There are no more conpluints of
apathy-no more satanic grins over the pcuci -
ty ol whig meetings. From Maine to Iowa,
from MufVnIo to New Orleans, the rally for
Scott is spoiitaneinis nnd universal. The
change within a fortnight can hardly be re -
alized except by those who are in the con-
stant receiptor advices rroiri all parts of the
country. And everywhere, na the Scott
ranks are funned, our friends are astonish -
led at their strength. Here is Connecticut
rit mtr nllimv u'1ii,li tfm Pin. mnn l.un
' "V i.u.
hoped to carry, und where they will still
make an earnest light, lint in which they
will be beaten (if we are not grossly deceiv
ed.)as they have not been since 1810. Tenn
essee has been debateable, but not a Scott
man in its length or breadth has longer n
doubt of it. Deluwaie went against us two
year ago; but it will now give Scott a lar
ger majority than it ever gave any candidate
for President. In Maryland, the whigshave
been tickling their adversaries with a pres
ent of half n dozen Old Fogies, and for every
one of them we shall add at least a hundred
to Scott's majority. And so New York has
been talked of as a doubtful State, which is
sheer humbug. Unless Pennsylvania out
does all expectation, A. Vork Will frive the
largest inaj irity fur Scott of any State in
But it ii n it only in t.i.3 mtur.tlly Whig
Slates tttat this change is iflinifeslcfl. If
t!ie present tide sweeps on, Pierce will hard
ly get fifty votes. Misstssirrt is a doubtful
-State to-day,, nnd will he carried for Scott if
his friends' t'lere lint realize their own
strength, ns' piari t'f th m do. ItxiNot can
be Carried if the Whigs but work tiiere as
those of Deb ware, Maryland, Michigan, &c,
are now working. After the election is ojyr,
i' it he lust, every one will say, 'How easily
it might have been carried if we had only
known how close it was!' And so of Iowu,
Wisconsin and other States. Let Scott nnd
Pierce be fairly set before the whole Pei pie
and every vote culled out and the majority
for Scott will exceed any ever given, except
Friends of Gen. Scott! wo know whereof
we affirm when we ussuro ycu that all goes
well. We are no 'prophet, und cannot Fay
what the Future bus in store, hut To-Day
the prestige ol'success is nil on our side, und
every indication portends an .pvcrwh'elrfiing
triumph for Old Chippewa, Take .hold with
us, arid place his triumph beyond detrbtor
General Scott and the Irish. A largo
number of Irish citizens culled ut the Neil
House, on Tuesday evening, to see that Old
Haro, ho.in his young days, manfully stood
forth, at the risk of his own life, to pro
tect their c unlrymen from British persecu
tion, and who, in his late years, has repoul
edly borne testimony to .Irish bravery and
Irish fidelity. - General Scott came from
his room und shook them warmly by the
hand, expressing great pleasure in seeing
thcm.and assuring them that he sympathised
with the misfortunes of their country, nnd
thut it was highly gratifying to him that they
as well as the oppressed of nil nations, could
find an Asylum beneath the broad flag or
our country, with none to molest them or
make them afraid. A tear stole into th a eye
of more than one stout Irish heart, as lie
listened to the brief but patriotic words of
the man immortalized by so many deeds or
The Three Candidates. Tho Memphis
Eagle and Enquirer perpetrates the follow
ing! . A Dutchman who had just returned from
a visit to his friends in Kentucky, was ap
plied to tho other day to know how tho Pres
idential election was going in that State
who was the foremost map in Kentucky?
Said Hans in reply: "Dere Is tree candi
dates running in Old Kcntuck where I nv
been. Firstch, dere ish one dey call 'Old
Chippewa,' he will get a smart sprinkle or
voesch. Den dere ish 'Old Lundy's Lane,'
he will li'iblre a mighty g-'a-o-d run; but dere
bo ono dey call 'Chiir'obusco,' Jte m-ii.l
schweep de Platter!"
Important from Yucatan Tho New
Orleans Picayune or the 10th inst. says:
"We have received somo private informa
tion from Yucatan, stating that a movement
is on foot in that Slate to upply to the Uni
ted Stitos for protection nnd annexation.
Some ofthe leading men in tho country
nre engaged in the movement.
Blinding Justice. Justice White, while
hearing a liquor case nt Wutertown, Mass.,
had a quid of tobacco thrown into his eye by
someone ofthe liquor-loving opponents of
the Maine Law. This attempt to blind jus
tice, did not prevent the magistrate enforc
ing the fine for violating the law.
Effect of Railroads. A correspond
ent of the Milledgevillo (Ga.) Recorder
states that in tho vicinity of Lowndes coun
ty, in that State, land has advanced from
one hundred to five hundred per cent, in
value, in consequence of the projected con
struction ofthe Brunswick and Florida rail
road. 04r5lr. DouglasB, in hi. speech on
Wednesday evening, made a great many
gross mis-state-menta of fact. We do not
charge however that he fibbed intentionally.
We have the charity to believe that he fib
bed from the mere force of habit. Lou.
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'Arrival of Africi.
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' i un.. nr iirniDLT ZZ. 1 111? A IT1CM
fcm V.Vl111 U 'Cl'ck '"' the """"
'i'g of the 1 1th, with 1 1 I pien2cr. :
New.i.ni.nrtnr t...,' , :..,
in session at Dublin. A convict ship sailed
from Plymouth for Hobart Town, with three
hundred criminals. It wasthoupht thotthey
would not be permitted to land at the colo-
ny. John Winthrop, of Mas.ichu.ett
writes to the Imdoti Times in defence of
i'r' Webster from the ungenerous attacks
i me rwignsii press. ew t.unara t.hagres ed public services, God ha. impressed the
r;'1'' '"'h.Bl ''.'r'?'"1 ?,nl B"'10". -eil of greutners. The man who luok. op
a. well as New York. , Dudley Pierce was 1 .. ,, , ,. , , ,'
in Belfast on business connected wiih the on ;"ra wouM Be,t,ctI'"n from the crowd as
New York and Galwav Steamers. Tin? 0n9 l,'e great men of the a ffc, and would
war Steamer Jersey was fittinr out for the
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Puri journal Corxairr. The Monib ur nn-
F "ri ""WIT' !1,C
IWUnCOA tllllt ihfl Mllt'utcr rP VW.'.ti.. K..
repaid to bank the remaiiiin-' half of fi'tv
S.V.V Tl Pit. i
! commenced, operations in colonization on
: 1,10 rivt'r D'ro, from the Mediterranean to Sa-
iragossa. Official advices from Cuba renort
" j.ii-nuii vul ll UcAil I II U n ir
!tn,! '"land as enjoying profound tranquility,
! lttr The I'iedmonteao Ministry have
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I,,,ii,l .;.. . m k..'...;.L
I " a., m. . nun hud v ii.ii
i drawn his resignation. T.iere has been more
! political arrests. French soldiers nre sta-
j tioned along the principal roads, to prevent
depredations by brigands.
r Germaht. The Haylien consul, at Ham -
I "urfJ" made rormal complaint against the i ' J ' u ulBluri vl
j Huniburgh press for attacks on Solouque. ' country for the last forty years.
Interrupted correspondence of Ma.zini and I Wo nre the partizan of no man. Man-
j olner members of the London Revolutions- i worship is not a part of our creed nor are we
1 ry Committee, show activity in obtaining Bi-; Uotl in the lanimiw of n n' l
money from partizans in Gerinany and Aus- ; ' 8 ' " ' panegync; but
j1; ; there arc times when every good citizen
j The cholera in Warsaw is subsiding. On j should throw in his mite towards the protec-
; 'he 31st there were only 82 new cnis nnd.tijnof the reputation of our good and great
i 57 deaths. ; lier)i for u,,.,. ,) nilic, towand .-n c..
I Turkey. Luter advices do not confirm I , ... . , to J "
! tho rumored difficulty between England und BIIU "'fc'"' to the country.
; "'e ' orte. Armed brigands continue to
1 commit robberies and other crimes about
Cons tit n ti iioiile. Fi vp se viri shiu ks nf en r 1 1i.
. . - . "
quukes were felt ut Kamazon and vicinity,
on the 2ilh of August. 20 killed and 40
From JVcw York.
New York. Sept. 21. The Times has a
special despatch from Wushiiigton, saying
that a great "explosion
bus tikcn place in
i.iiu iiiruuirr vuiiiiiniiue io-uav: liiulil is iiiil
p i! r . i .
secretary uorwin, but another party u in
iuuh, wincn nascauseu niucn excuemeni.
The despatch says that the Committee will
exonerate Mr. Corwin, but reiterates the -
report thut he has sent in his resignation.
Xt'W York lVJ;if;!SliiU''osvi'it;.ii.
SvnACisr, September 22. The commit
tee on Resolutions reported a series: 1st, Re
lative to the tariff of specific duties, one that
will suppottthe Government independent of
the proceeds or Public Lands sales. The
.'u reiuies u me i uoiic iviuus in lavor oi
their allotment to independent freeholders,
tne revenue being distributed among the
States, ami applied to' ediication il purposes.
3d, That our foreign policy favor peace, con
Sistent with a due assertion of our rights,
and careful avoidance ofcntuiigling alliances
with foreign powers. 4lh, In favor of liber- j
ul appropriations lor Kivcrs ami II arbors. ami
a General System of Improvement. Mb,
Advocates vigorous prosecution to comple-
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lion oi uieitnair.iiiiirgeiiiviu. "in. rui.y
acquiescing in the decisions ol the National
ConCfftion on all subjects legitimately be-
fore it. 7th, A warm eulogy on Scott and
Graham, and incidentally on the present ad
ministration, Messrs. Hunt, Kent und o'.htr
nominees.., Governor Hunt is ths nominee
of the Convention Icr Governor, and Wil
liam Kent for Lieutenant-Governor. The
resolutions were responded to with perfect
unanimity Arid great enthusiasm.
Alter-a spirited address, the Convention
Whig Meeting ut FiiHbiirgli.
PiTTinUROif, Sept. 23. Ct y unusually
lively to-duy in consequence of the Whig
Masd Convention for Western. reiVnsylvu
.1'in. Delegations present from Westmore
la'nd, Beriver, Lawrcrfee, Faye'tfoy Butler,
and several , townships or Allegheny. A
number of splendid banners were displayed,
flags decorate the streets, several line bands
and Glee Clubs enliven the scene. Meet
ing organized at the grounds of the Ameri
can Hotel, the entrance to which was taste
fully decorated with evergreens. Stands
erected in front.und in tho rear of the Hotel.
General Joseph Markle, President.
Meeting was addressed by several emin
ent Whigs Gen. Leslie Coombs; Geo. I).
Oliphnt, of Unionlown; Geo. W. Clarke, of
Greensburg; John Williamson, of Hunting
don, und Thomas M. Howe, of Allegheny.
Attendance large but differently estimated
by Whigs and Democrats. After the speech
es a procession paruded the principal streets,
presenting an animated and beautiful spec
tacle, effectually arousing tho dormant en
ergies of the Whigs.
River 2 feet 9 inches and fulling. Weath
er clear and warm.
Odd 1 VI lows.
Baltimore, Sept. 23. The Grand Lodgo
I. O. 0. 1' . was occupied to-day with pro
posed alterations to the constitution. Tho
only umendmeiit adopted was ono changing
the time ofthe meeting of the Grand Lodge
from the third to the hrst Monday ol Septem
ber. All other p-opositions acted on were
indefinitely postponed. The committee to
prepare a new constitution was balloted for
and the following elected by a vote or 63 to
23: De Saussure, of North Carolina; Col
fax, of Indiana; llarnaid, of New York; El
lison, of Massachusetts, and Griffen, of Ga.
rroiii Wail. i..f;toii.
Washington, Sept. 2?. Billy Bowlegs
i has left for New York and will receive pres
cuts there. He will go thence to Florida
by steamer. Assoon us he arrives the In-
'.!:.... ..fTtn Iki.ip nmtr linnwic ii'iigI l.f
ijiuiid uiuvtri'ii iu iiicii in... iivi.it, ,. vfc.fc ...
tho Mississippi. Billy's promises were all
foir, and if ho proves false nothing follows
but war. Mail through from New Orleans.
Editor or the Cuban revolutionary party has
published a card in the New Orleans Delta,
stating that he did not escape in the steamer
Black Warrior, but declining to say in what
Portland, September 18. Tho volo for
Governor in 308 towns foot up as follows:
Hubbard, liquor law democrat, 37,823; Cros
by, whig, 27,447; Chandler, Liberal, 20,331,
Holmes, FreeSoil.1,399. The Senate stands:
Whigs 14, Democrats 7, no choice 9, unde
termined 1. The House so farttands whigs
70, democrat. 77, to be heard from 4. The
Vote for Congress in 650 towns foot. up
Whig. 30,560; Democrat., 31,625, showing
a whig gain of about 5,000 since 1850.
SEFniMBKll 50, 1852.
I Fridir i;t u.nir.Sept . i vvj 1
;t- ........ . -: , -. - . , !
' Gun. .Scott. Ad original supporter of
r U...l . .
IJ 'n. 0COTI lOrilie nUI IBn VPar fli'Mirim.
-'is nomination for the Presidency, becau...
' . . . r , . ,.
' nao conn-ience in uie man atil because
we h,,ew l,le I'P'0 ' country ou!d
elect him, we were not disappointed when
we .aw him in Circltville for the Crst time,
iTo, .. i i t . i
Vl" !' whom we knew to be great by
re'l,,llf t"""e pa'CS of hi country's hUory
made bright and glowing by his distingnish-
read in his rounten.nre .ml i.i,M i .;
p.,ysl(.n, rametlie evidences of a mind in-
effort. ;iorell.nlhis.hn,,1,l,l,,t.,l.t,,"'e"m",!''w,""n,',-"o'"1. form seem-
c,fforl- Ir llan thrM, lie nould utonce he
TCtldv til MLninri ru n.Ur.ri.KI f ,).,.!, ,w.,L-
chnrires of harshiies.nmltvr.nn. i n.-.-
under his comma,,,!. Without the utterance
' . . ... .
'! a ora by tne u.st.ngu.sl.d hero before
1,e would pronounce him a man of be -
ncvolence and truth, and then honrii.n tk
tliouht. and fe
ith which he spoke out hi
. ... . i . .... .
'gi"Bii.iieengs,i,c would tnrow to the
: . . . ... . f
11,0 ridiculoua trumped-up charges of
j duplicity and dishonesty. Such, in our opin-
! ion, is the personal appearance of General
S.-ntt nt thn, u o ... .it. ;. r..n i
1 , ,-, ...i,.,..,., ,,t.i i ,."
v not, ii tne present contest i-hould give a
cnaracier 10 me country: here would
iiiiii uuidl-ivcb: t liai. ll me l.Oi-nlnrn
we find ourselves! What, if the Locofoco
press of the present hour should make it,
impress upon the public mind and induce the
people of the country, by rejectina General
cations of his political opponents! What a
1 . .
t(Jl",k and unwelcome page or history would
ji .a !. i a !.. t- ...
- ue iranHiniiii'u to nosinr iv' Kpar ir.
The GALLANT HERO who fought s0
i i.i.. , i .. , t i . .
I nob! Bt Lun,! 3 Lane "nd achieved a signal
j triumph over the beet troop, of Great Brit.
am, is pronounced a peculator in Govern
ment funds and a robber ofthe Treasury.
Tho GREAT COMMANDER who lead
our army ftvin Vera Cruz to the city of Mex
ico, victory following victory in rapid suc-
; cession, is called a weak, vain man, a lyran
nnj n ,nr,,.rpr
,,,, ,,r.r...n n .
i ne ii iii.a i r.irjtiiATUK who, n
irouui-jus nines, queued tiie rebellion upon
the Canada frontier and maintained not only
the g od faith, but the honor of his country,
is characterized as c quarrelsome and vin-
t i.l 1 1 r ti n n
. town command, and also that people nmon'i;
HE who, by his wisdom, firmness, and j wholn W s,ouj be thrown, that high stand
prudence, in the difficulties upon our North- j aril of virtue, and honor, which we boasted
eastern frontier, did more than any other j Had I not been less than an Amer-
i . ., , .
j , , . , . e . , , ...
j u";,u ' ' -""i-iy a BL-iuaii iinii -
itary hero, although ho adopted that very
course which would prevent him from dis
tinguishing himself at the head of our armies.
Thf PEACE-LOVING DIPLOMATIST,
who by entreaty and even supplication paci
fied the exasperated Indians nnd induced
them to regard their treaty with the Gov-
ernmcnt and thus prevent blood-shed and
carnage, is said to be void of humanity and
Vno l.n ..,. 1,,. ;..
A v o , i v. niiu lua ui lii iiuiiuiitu ill lupin But'
and Van Buren, is now said to be wanting j
in all those traits of character which make
up the great man, and by whom! Failing to
dispnrago his services in the field, the Brit-
tit, ,,., , ,i ,
ish historian might attempt to dim the lustre
of his Victories, liy bestowing upon liim some
or those vile epithets which are now so pro
fusely scattered throughout the country a
gainst his personal character. Finding it
impossibl e to conceal his series or unsur-
. j t . , , l
passed triumphs in Mexico," trre citizens of;
that country miirht attempt to wipe away the
disrrracc of defeat bv rcpeafinr some of the
charges about his disregard of human
anil ins retention oi mc puouc lunus; oui his thoughts were oj his counlrxj her virtues
it is not possible that the gratitude of the A- ; her renown h--r honor; to lie thus assailed, it is
merican PEOPLE will permit n such biogra- monstrous it is iNTuLnuuLE! Gentle
i . . , ., , t, r.rTc . -i men, I did, with a high hand, sustain the
phytobewrittenbythcLEADERSo1Spoils-;n.wh...,hllri ' . ,
seeking Locofocoism. There is a day or ret- determined to sustain. I did hang for mur
ribution at hand. It is not in the power of l der! I did hang for rup".' I did hang for
man to induce the citizens or this country to j treason! and I'llogged thieves and pickpock
heliev... that he? who Ifas reen sTOcessful for lets! . For, gentlemen, let me again say, I
fortv venrs in the public service, is not u'tVal-
ilied to execute the will of the people for
four yenrs as tho President ofthe Union.
Military. Gen. Houston, Gen. Pugh,
Col. Wood,1 Col.1 Medill, Col. Morgan, and a
l, r r'..,i..:....Jf1..,n.JJ n.n ....
1 . , , . ,!
vprsinfTthn State, onnosinc the election of i
Con. Scott because he is a General. To
show theirsinceritv, thev ouiht todrop their i
titles. We once came very near adding Dr. !
, ., ,. , ? , . .
Olds to the list, but after volunteering to go
in Mexico. I. concluded to resin-n because
, - - o - i
he could not ride a horse. Ilow very near
like another man of his own party! But he
had more prudence. He did not attempt the
Tulking of Generals, we were amused
with the remark or a Scott Irishman the
other day, who in reply to one of hi. com
panions, said "If fierce was a General, Polk
made him one; but Gen. Scott made him
self a General."
N. B. We forgot to add Commissary
Woods and Corporal Kagay to the above
list. They demonstrated beyond the shad
ow of a doubt, that if they didn't know more
about War than Gen. S'Cot't, it was the fault
0f Old Dame liatufe.
London Money Market. Consols, for
money and accounts, 99j. Large transac
tion, in American stocks no change in
price.. Trade in Manchester slightly de
clined price, not lower. Havre cotton
A Vile S.am Repelled KrWwnt
Srrrhrf (i,-n. K ott to Mr Orrmnnt. The
blowing remarks will be read with deep in
terest. On last Tuesday evening, a lir.rp
number of the G. rinan citizen., of C..1.Z,.
.llupon (jpii. Srott.- and in th.p
!n lmir ia,. it r .
behalf Ju, PV, t0 , ?wsrtl,h in
th ; M,ya?.r publi..J in that cHy,
rontmnmsa .t.teu.ent t!,tGen. Hcott h.d
tied to one tree .,,,1 11, A rr,..
while in Mexico. Other chw-s of hi !,.n...
ing others, eniMly and unjustly, w. re refcr-
red to. The Jurn, says that nr,or Uva'
when the old chieftain, with quick and in-
rt,i'nnt response, repelled the false and ma-
a w I lildL LIIT LLf rlK II Illf rl
liens nt rliarr... tO ..... .-.I .. .I
. 3 '-,
's ir incm-B anove lliC tallest ot
ed gigantic, es
. f I t
tic, ss with heightened color and
ye, and a wave of hi. hand that ex -
y . an ucn assail-
Mill . lit- lit II TI'eA fltn PIFinnil nrnl t,mt & .
, . . pr.rapn presented.
' e C"P' rnrks from the same pa-
' . , , ,
' .w. and before unknown tn n.,.
...K .. " . 7 " ; r: ,
nun T, at (fu v intern rri;cu tiu in, j oy ' r u
surprise and they pain me. They stonce.J. g:
jconcern all that I value personally, and aim We 1W o Xov. 10, 1843.
. " blow at all that, wherein, if I know my- j 'The ereat split in the purty, occasioned
' self, 1 have the hi-;hest pride. Thev attack : y the offence takn by a portion of It at tha
'"y own identity! The principles for which,
! I had believed, I need never search my own
bosom in vain, are here undermined or deni- i
cdme! I am met with charges of injustice t
cru--lt? while leading nn American Ar-'
' "'-v t',r"ut' Mxic0- and hile participating !
ajje jn jtg trMli B1J ;u tri iin;ht! "
"Gentlemen, it ir.s my Lit t lead en A- 1
merican army upon h f..rfii;ii field. I ent, '
rt'0'vd to sustain, in the fire-front or mv '
progress, the hiuh-tUr-vsUT-mark of our oirn
Amrrinin Civilization, in all itB mora! and
' civ. I virtue. The standard of our o,rn audi
j not the practirx of that foreign country, was
u,c B""uru which . sntigtii ior in? govrrn-
" l. 01 mf pwons and the control of
.. .. - - ""
' and to Mexicms, I decl -red my purpose, and
exhibited mv principles of action.
! J, , "f. lt,".?Tf
i -'(. M W'W AU HV IIULiAIIILf Illt'JUL 11. I L nil
, nounced the spirit of our Pro-Tess. and l.'d
" i . . !. 7 .
amenauie lii niinisfunr'nr nu a- in ff.rm.i rn- t
aod threatened to brin shun.e upon
i our ua" -uishonor to our arms or a re.
Zpoa ,".;,;, Without?, we had
- J not conquered, or if we had
brightest trophy of our conques had been
wanting. It would have been a physical
triumph, and a physical triumph alone. Hu-
manity would "iiave disowned us. I '
mulged that order.
Read it. and read
gain, gentlemen, and then bear me witness.
that it was in my heart, i
ly on my lips, for conti
as it was almost hour-
continued months, to car
ry with American arms, and under the Amer
ican flag, even into an enemy's country, all
the elements of social order, and that regard
for personal right, that belonged to our own
free institutions in the United States. .
"Yes, I sought to curry with me, and re
solved to maintain, ut a'i hazards, among my
I icao, ana recreant io tne inquest interests ol
I humanity, and the ago we rejoico in, if I had
;done less! They sr.y I hinyd some Hermans,
j and tied up and Uojrjed others. Gentlemen.
time persons tie e hanjred in Mexico. The
names ot all of them I do not now recollect.
Whether any were Germans or not, I know
j not. Hut for irh.il yes, for what were they
hanged! I hanged one for murder, gentle
jmen; I hanged en- fur rape upon an in
nocent young female, and for prolune and
1 wicked Church rubbery. All huv th-- Aiir
tlmt tvnn i.viip
j ,ni.iv i,c wouu l0 answerable for
j vile misdeeds against the laws of God and
1 man n il'lm u i.n. tt,n ,,nnn Amorl.n ...ill
; " ... -...v m...h ..nn iit.au euii,
. ror fc T"'" '"!
"For such rrh.v I.Vu rvlfered for such
crimes as here, in your own Ohio a land of
law wfinlil hnv,. hrotmlit ilovi-n ,,n timn,
1 severe penalties, and with tqwtl justice.
' Some did suffer death! But their trial was
j fair impartial and upon thesume principles
of solid law upon which they would have
been Bdju,,d cuihy, here, amon-you. Do
!some say i X!l,,,.d fifteen Germans, and
; that others were arraigned and flogged with
i out came or trial. Gentlemen, I know
j nothing ir it. It is false it is a lie an in
i ventiou, gentlemen a lie. I see aged cit-
' - - V...
here. And, gentlemoii, you see me much
izuiis belore me. J see eminent lawyers
But is it not for cause! 1'ur onr,
fiflj years has scarcely e i.vr wal-.id,
vaurJn the field, t) t,,u-n,or th? camp,! ut Ikat
' rost: sh'Dt nr etil-n. itr frrn tti-rtt n rim t.f r.Jil
not oifly carried with me, but I resolved.
i w'il, evpry resource I could command, to
I st,iin fearlessly and effectually, in its virtue
and its choicest blessings, not only to my
i own command but to defenceless and peace-
j ''e Mexican', that civilization yes, that j
Christian civilizatioti or which I was proud
to believe that arniv might appear a worthy
I 'Rut. trnntl'i-iiipn. I was nn re.nn.-tor nf'
persons. American or Mexican native, lorn
"r J!r;t!n ""''' '-r. r.crr i;ic mu, am: o-
iieuea it nm icnirner, rei Kiess oi ins own rc
nsil):,ilit.s. ., ie ri(rllts nf 0,nprs. ....
',.; ',..! .... ,,,
y'it uu -'-( 'tn onu "(. ui r.u Mi71 uie iu iimii.
.f. - , punished. io.anang.oriiie ;
crimes stated, and I would have hung
hundred seekers of innocent Llood, and vi- '
olaters of female chastity, if so nnny h'
been the offenders! And for this, perverted
and misshaped, I am made niisiverable to a .
charge ugainst which rrry every feeling re-j
volts, and which mv whole nature nnd my i
... ... . ..... . .1 .
whole life renel. No, gentlemen, it is a lie, !
(thecharve as made, or that any were wrong
fully punielied.) and broUndlepb lie.
lam not unthankful to my good friend who
has told me ol tneso muis: ii was ngm.
But, gentlemen, Island h"ro, before you,
and declare as . I have already declared, and
again declare, Ihnt llie principles that gov
erned my command in Mexico, are those of
my life. To that lije.n my country -.service,
I need not appeal in vain for an answer now.
With equal freedom and confidence do I
throw myeelf upon the honest verdict orev
ery man, who, with me, served hi. country
in the fields or Mexico'."
07-There is a firm in St. Loui. bearing
the euphonious title of Grinn & Barrett.
WHOLE NO. 1110
: Native Americanism ICAo Started H?
I We answer, the Locofoco party. If there
iis any honor or any dishonor about it, they
are entitled to the creditof the movement.
We 807 till. ) jT lkstl ab Aif A ..J
- now f..-i r t . ..
i ' r'uui. quoio irom author-
jty t,iat no Dpmocrnt w;lJ
to time, to the papers, to everything that
M I.L . ..
' , uir lueoco compile
. The N'ativeA merican movement first eotn
rnenrerl in V..t i.t.n..ti .
ct.in Locofoco. thought the Woco
the sm.ll fl?,n. f.t
; They waniod thB nl.r. lUtu. t,
' .. r ..M.,jii.i, u
. , ,s now uie case among the Locofocos of
Hamilton coun v. ri,t u
: not ffet them thev bolted. .n.t A.L.t
they would not vote for a foreigner for any
, fiire. Bitter quarrels ensued, and person-
Bi violence was the order of the
. - .1 . . i . .
P -'lUculty waa or purely I
cofco origin, we quote from the Vtmhing-
ton f,V,V November 10. 18.13. This
I paper was, at that time, the organ of tho
r r. r . .
, P"y oi me nation. Head the
1 conduct of The Democratic City Council,
winch was charged with (riving more than a
due lare o'the offices tujnaluralized citizen,
not come up to the calculations of its
authors. Th Xalic II puljticun party as it
was called, Ay the Jiverxion of fnm 6,000 tn
M vol fi"m the regular tid-xt to on of
'x !-l"W.7. I'M Ii th D mocracy two of
'trong.rt ir.-zrjt, and the secession lost the
Democrats the sheriff and some Asse.nbly
,ni"n, and bad well nigh defeated the wholn
The .Xatu.nal InlcVhtncer intimated that
' the Whits had lost by the Native American
The Globe denied it and said (eamo
of the National InU-lli-
'. fl. V .i! ,ronrr"u?' .'" directly in the
j 'Vi,- n , 8in"tt0vd b the. J0Drn-
! " 'W the .atve RvMiatn ticket obtained
- .. t . .
m''Jr" an" I lmKracy in the mi-
nOril'J. flaw, or a ri. niT'cmn ttnutn
nuv, ON ALL OCCASIONS, PROVED TO
P.E AJIOSO THE STRONGEST DEMOCRATIC
warI's in New York, and it is in conflict
( , 7 , . , luuuni
T'th c,tanres hkh are known to
1,7,11. i au!a!'VlonlK'
uJJL y&J- n
'Z't J?T v C
the adrpted citizens
Councils, The our-
Rormblirftiifl. war. tn
1 Dtlah tfihfT Tinrrmrrnta fMimmMa t Ur.'.m
I , e ltie? accU8Pd or
Whigcery voted its
The Globe predicted that the Native Re
publicans would vote for the Locofoco can
didate for President.
"Who can doubt that, when the local eb
ul i.ion against the Democratic city councils,
in consequence or the implied mul-adminis-stration
or its patrcrrage, shall have subsi
ded,' and the simple question is, shall we
take the nomination of the most avowed
and unflinching Federalist, or our own true
hearted Democrat, cheated, and persecuted
for his fidelity to the cause of popular rights
(speaking of Van Buren,) and opposition to
privileged monopoly! who can doubt, we
say, that the present Democratic majority
will be swelled by at lent as i,any thousand
vrtrs as are now counted on the. sjilit ticket.'
(f;'ofc, A'iP. 10, 1S43.
The New York correspondent ofthe Globe,
wrote as follows:
"The Native American ticket polled at
least six thousand rotes, five-sixths of which
came from the Democratic party. That
ii ... -
I ticket (the Native American,) obtuined ma- ,
;jorities in two ol the strongest Democratic.
i wards in the citv. the 9th and 1 1th.
rhev went offtrom the Democratic party on
o-ccouit of Uie city corporation, (which is
1 Democratic, vou kliow'i harm? eiven manv
of the oirer offices of the city, such as u-utch-
'$", to the .-wi, and the show or the
day makes the Native born Democrats who
I are P0,,r' fee' their grievances keenly. I do
" believe that the city authorities have
snven an uikiiie number of tin- offices to the
Irish. But the poor classes who want these
n.'icrs think so, and that is enough to make
them cast their votes as tney did." G'W,.
Xov. 10, 1843.
The Evening Tos. the organ of Locofoco-
... W lilt UT-Oll Ul WIVUIUCV
j u-m j New York city, thus spoke of the re-
j suit of the same election. (From tho Globe
"' lu"- .'".. i
"The1 vote of the Native Americans i.
much larger than we supposed it would be.
The butchers mostly, who have
hitherto been known as sturdy Democrats,
voted that ticket. V see therefore by whose
votes the rcjriihir Democratic ticket has fa
ed in regard to some or the candidates. It
is the votes oT men who are with us on the
main question or State policy, who are with
us on the Presidential question, and who will
be with us herealter. The resnit is, in no
manner, with regard to any or the candi
dates, a Whig triumph."
Here is the evidence. We challenge any
man to turn to the Glo'.ie of that date, and
examine for himself. And what is the con-
i elusion to which the rnindis forced! Is it
not established, beyond the 6i.alow of a
,o',ut. that the Native American party or
i"inated with the Locofocos!
In conclusion we ask, is it not shameful,
disgraceful in tho rast degree,- for a party
' that is proven to have originated upon this
i exclusive wea wn.cn even to mis nay ex
' -I...I... f.tholir-a IVtim hnlitin it nfli.a in .hi.
i I tUUITI luniv . ..-j,... w.i.uv in mu
nL,nKH.ratie Statc of Nw i,mpgbire t0
prt.,cnd t0 force their own bantling on the
vlijiJs, Wr uff . ,
mnfrfSo tSe deed! rJoW gerTtleman',1 shut
m )uh9 or brallde(J knavet
OrnciAt Vote of North Carolina.
The result ofthe late Gubernatorial e-
ll-LMUII III ..Ul ill uuiunim imo 1.1.-1.11 uiui.ailjr
proclaimed. Reid, dem., received 48,4'4
votes, and Kerr, whig, 42,993 majority for
Reid,5,49l. The vote for Governor in I860,
stood Keid.dem., 41.843; Manly, whig 42,
071 Keid's majority, 2,774.
The Locofoco papers afo publishing a list
or officers in, tho Mexican war, who will
not vote for Scott. Now, as most or these
officers were nominated by President Polk,"'
and were or course Locofocos, it is very
natural to suppose that many or them yet
retain their party preferences. The list i
merely a list of Locofoco. who have not yet
broke their party shackles. The only won
der is that the list i. to short. ,
i...f , : v..t. n... .1;,,. I,.. .. . .-n -1 1