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tC X T BggRATt palters.
rmincu incmum. Jutv. Dr. lplbura drew vit id ami !. BwibnrMriui in mumri.
We DSd the SaUsIiCtiOn Of hfariKP On aiicut mi.lnil hrtufrn thai vioil.n. f nnr.ar "Tk. It f.nia Br,.tJS.-; J . I J
' Monday, the 7lh imU at Bowling Green, f the aduiin.Mriionand what would have op asreat babbline. about the Barnbnrnera
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speeches api.n the Presidential queiion,Wtihcd had il.e behests'of Wl.iggeij been'in St., Louis Free Soil ticket; in Mif-
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Democrat! and Tavlnr F.I.t..ra f.. , I. r n ... . I .l . .... -il. l u .1 .. . vVWil AlaWea
: j ..... ... . nun . vunirrH w Kn uc . arm, iw uiv- guru ourtn cniiaEu iu iiayren one wno aid
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r.iKrr,ini wrwrrrifcum; aoutn-wesieru irouurr wuen i ex- not live in ftlusouri, or taxo a Democratic
u$ar not struck v lUktatkUnd
aaat t fl A aWat a
ttf wortnfoM 4?1 ilT flSwiSiejI U"8b,e 10 he" U" col,c,udi"R was praying f..r protection for her women paper published in the State that would te
night and the tempest elan , around him. iMr A,,d!rson " il WM fi"s ' we'and children, while the vfexican lance waa'the truth, with the belief that Van Bure
Gen. Lewis Cass,
and Adama would receive heavy vote In
thi State. Now 'men thing Tan
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
,Gen. Wm. 0. Butler,
had ever heard Inn- in politic! discusion. brinling at t'leir door, and what if there
1 he debate, we are crrtam, a highly au anlt? epetchra for and againat meainrea
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....v.... j ...u ..srii xv uir Lemu. ruin; m repel i invasion are mage, wiuie iue crua.isurea.maav we-bave yevtaeet withtex-lfutaa
parry, n was opened npou tue part of the of the dtfeneelns frontier inh ibitanta are centintf one, who has always been Whie Benton
Democracy by Dr. Welborn, who spoke of no avail. The enemy cross the Rubicon and an ultra Whit too. This account we Boona-'
about two hours in a forcible and clrar chain and Mok tnivn aft invn. mil atitl tha r.nn .ii ..rt... t i.. e..tt. J Buchanan
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of argument convincing and satifact.ry.
His argument upon the Tariff and Curren
cy was sound and explicit the same
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wl. "5 ,u j" u jrrni , inTn Mjemocrm irsnoi lotrt o ICarroll
l lie enemy move on from town to town, would be a curiosity in the county. 'And Cedar
and from Stite to State, and it is not until no wonder that it is so for never did man Caldwell
preached bv our Dart v from Maine to Gtor tl rrl. ih anil nf unM tr.ninrk." tli.lkav. r.. nnnn hi. r.iu cJCallawa
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swijor rrtmeniana rtctrrestaenr.gil. Uwi the subiect of Internal Improve- threshold of whierv.that thev are con. aunnort. than, haa Martin Va R..r.n nnAK;amdeB
j. ' . 'Ei EWnW3 of B ' I . ...... .... .H, " i.ir iiiikiiiiiiuu wi i pi iuviiiva ior ui nite oi uirir vounirj. i
. m ' ' 0 D. HALL, of Laf vette I "M,Kr" - wnai we ungni reaaonaoiy nave looara ior i ney gave mm meir nearly support wnenlCntoa
' ' B. F. MASSEV at Lawrence. I u.vnrij (nn avungrrit. ic wcwr cuuuuiru c wh iru w uicir principles, ana tiueyivme
i :.... - . iiii ii pir .rrinii. .... .in. HiM.h .w.... . I i c r r . . . i i r I -11 . I I . . . I - .. i ... i. .......
' . ... .... . . . i uiiuii .hi. .uiiirii siur ... . . . ..... . ii . .wuir - u vin .nini. 1 1 m wn wn. mamwinm Mivn .... . . h. a f u.iuirr
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"I aarteiu mtw ..a.?., Question. -He Viewed tO SConi the Course the PrMidenev. in acUarand foreihle man.Uaiut will mbiIuI Wm f.a f.ll.n f,. I.;. .Icrwld
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.... ii , i ,i i , o- - - -"? wu-.Bcr, no nnwm mib wuuu i . uvwi tuancu uiniaeii i v a rcuunai iaciion.in.fi..-
t -v MnuiuiTnnM I. . t ' . . I ..-. I ... - . 'luaiiae
raa iivBiuiAiwiiv traaira wun uieir ciamor ana proiessions er been iu a more prosperous eonditiou and treacherously stabbed those principles I Daviess
leunoer me a&ove capiibn, oeiore me people a bill was there intro-All classes of industry are yielding a fair when it was least expected. And where- DeKalb
p9 16th wit. says : duced for the impiovement of the four prin-remuneration, and the whit panic-makers fore all this treachery of the nan ? R. Onnklin
lnail brought as 0e proceed- cipie rivers of the V est, viz: the Musis-have erased to yelp, ruin, ruin! tl
their fa-lvEMO&v ambition, and- sctniBitia an-
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I VYntnr mtunir in Hew aionL.Mitiouri. Arkamaa and filiin and .. v. i.. r.i.t.. ... ..i u. i .l it . l
. . c J i " . ' . tuiiw uin iu j.viac ...iu .wcii ia uu lunger iuo xewocrai Hip-. J '
A-JioWV X Clay and but IS Whim could be induced in 0riva) l Ta. . .(ii.m. anit . .. tin. Kla ti . fall nnAnllfiJIl kit!.. r. 1 1 u. A 1. A1 : I u ..1. -
' - v aer I B) w....a , -ia..wv.w -w .vm .niM iwiw u m . UM MUCH UIIV AVWIIMJ
were li..:. .n ...
Upon amendments to
bills for the im-
what principlei tlie country
rty. prove ment of the St. Louis Harbor, and for In his reply Mr. Anderson confirmed the of the lion.
eia laaonaiion-oi public lands to the Hannibal, imnreision we had received from various dulv chronicle the advent of Barnburner
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noandAas been shaken from the skirts of I Howard
Democracy as the dew drop from the mane Henry
The Republican and Era mavlH,corJ
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ml,laid St. Josenh Rcil-rnad. in the aetainn in it
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i. .larwen, ne auoweq uieir conauci tone equal
that 'y consistent. But it was ufon the sub
tnn jec of Gen. Taylor's anomalous position
ni- between orbefre the Whig party, and the
, , V country, and the unpardonably inconsistent
, ttiCh tttitude nf the Whigs between their own
'J was 'ormer C0Mre n f Gen Taylor in
moat regard to the Mexican war, that the Doctor
4 has raped without mercy. His argument was
- swing clear that the country had nothing to hope
uar- from Jen. Taylor's position upon the Wil
Vnm "0t Provbo- Htt e,ectwl, ' wrgd b7
Werine P'AVionit upon the ground that ha will
f occa-nAt veto that measure, if applied by Cn-
- rer tne gress to all the new t erritory south or the
" "Bho'- MUaiuri line Mr. Anderson ecknowl.
Jjnj J'i th correctness of this argument, bj
ie audi- a"'rt"K Gen. Taylor would vein n
t u a a ... ana
i Jnd mse 0, peasemny i- onsrcst. it is argued in
,lrW.4 frantic; Moth- tue S4utb.tliat G-n. Taylor will bold an
- ( .. anfainl attahmvnt tn Whiol... l :. :t r .1 . .. o z. ti
i - -j. " " jiai.-t ut wppijr pri:pieB l file "riwuo
m ' fm51ded 10 the .P8" " to aoutlwrn te Titory to be unef4istitutional
TiTI aw MAfilil katT. ariv.n nia ff anohl '
-aJbgexpressi m of feeling. The num-B,,d Vel il- W,,Ue ' m "nfidentlj
'of persons In ettendabce could not urg0 n North that he will veto no
ve keen lets than 10.600 The audiencelineasure passed bv Concrete. Dr. Wlbora
began to assemble at an early hour, and by charged Mr. Anderson with derlaripg in a
the time of eommaocing tho saloon wm Mhlic l)eec,,.t New Uniisn, , Gfn J
wards the number became so great that a T' ,or Wtfl,U "nt ' v't0 Pw"
MOoAd meeting was organized ra the Gar-to ta7. neuure passed by Congress, how
den, ia which an equal number participated, ever unennstitntion! and blighting in its
C The Address adopted by the Conven- influences it might be. This charge was
tioa ia fall and explicit, in throwing Taylor r-pted several times, with emphasis, in
overboard and denouncing the Philadelphia fce of Mr. Anderson, who remained
Convention. ;- We have no room for ex lnt under the scathing rebuke of the
tracts; we will give some in oar next Doctor .The democrats were astonished,
The cell for this meeting followed immedi- wlile the whigs looked confounded. We
ntely the acceptance by Gen. Taylor of the ao beard other respectable gentlemen
Boeamation tendered to bun and Gen. But- present, confirm the Doctor's version of his
lef, by the citiiens of Charleston, Sonth emrks.
Carolina. The friends of Mr. Fifanore, atl He then passed to the course of the whig
Albany, denounced Gen. Taylor's accep-lBPonttte .Mexican war. They sanctioned
. tanee as an indignity to the Wiigt, and es- th,,.wajr aqd afterwards condemned it.
peci&Bf to Mr, Fihnore. He is Mid to wink n,py condemned the march to the Ri
nt the aaeetiac in New York. ' ' IGrande, and it has been proven that Gen
Jl'V.-r ' ' I Taylor advised tliat inarch. They upbraid
tkiwol hcciitninfrarTox Arose M d'nn,i,",,ion r. provoking the
U.--ws 4earn trom Hr. tiaraett, the fer- ?,r.",w ) naving our cannon pianiea
rynun nt this place that en Friday last, Br ,,d V'miinS "to Matamoras, and it
while some emigrants for Texai were cross- ,,M bfan, p'ven that Gen. Taylor alone
ingtitd kttige otef the slough, known as ''cted thlt lMlt T'y dd that the
the Sayev abont one mile Trom Atla&thPike Grande was the boundary, and thai
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eoitpfy, iu.. a suaaeniy gave way and pre- "- mmu ujh-m aiucficm
eipated three two-horse teams, witk heir toi" nd lie Mexican Commissioners that
eootenUAod aeveral persons, IS or 20 ,iKned ne late treaty, in their report to
feet TrpeadiCBlariT fortnaately, bowev inr ow uovernment say, i he intention
or, they were immediately orer small r ningthe Bravo n lin.it, has been an-
isliad npoo which they fell, that taved them, rnunced bJ tl,r 'g" for tlie last
"'a "' r . ' - ' ..' ' . Itarattva Mara, and it k.n. k... :
prvoneijt au inrm arqjrnuig, nt Wt WKW ' " " " mi
n both sides was deep. - About Cfty feet PM . reiit day to change it.
of tbo bridge gave way end broke ' under AIler l,e ?rel 01 n Jnto, in April,
me teet or.tne. norse atuebed to n Doggie, ir" w" im ,rm,"7 w,l,c we sup
b afUcS wis twe biief, the rear of the nUud to e,vWiwte, and which we accord
wesjaesj the horsev wai thrown partly off, ingly did evacuate, by falling on Matamo
and wet prevented from falling only by thejrea." Poor W'liggery here iaid the Doe-
uppcr. given oy o&f oi we leoiee, . untuifM
tue s:ied beianHend wu a good de&I injur T11" nuT,"MO P?wrr ,B M"-"r"g
o eeral persons in the wagon wertUroj to the Soutli-weetern frontier, without
twrarefy bruised, out no one kiSe Onekbo advice of Congress, then in session.
&ttEmZttmJS23t& a-A. r.
Bvlto,ta UEaekPuPt, two Hea 4nl tlie expresaed wuhes
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account oi uim, iuav nia wvrua coniainruipnnis in aiissouri ine fisg (weJ(tier
aura wiuuiuaii juiuciik. 11, n was wiuiuoiu me urn name,i oi ohMUM may Jeoerson
tlie first time his competitor had preceded defend this disorganizing spirit, under false Johnson
him in the canvass, and he had unon thill colon, nt run nn the aneclrled banner of Knot.
occasion . endeavored to consume all the him whom it loves most, hut the rank and
.: .ii j i i.s..ie '.L.lei. o. w - ... iawrenco
uim luwwra Hnin, w mi umiku mic iois oi me isemocracy oi ajobib oi jnw-i r..aj
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greatest drubbing he ever Had. (Uieersby sonri will waver not, will heed them not Lincoln
the wkigs.) To accomplish that work, he when their dnty beckons them on ward. I Linn
consumed himself about three hours, at the Barnburner seeds may take root, and Abo-Mv"kTaton
eapiration of two of which, he had scarce- litioi. weeds may spring up in Whig soil, i j.
u .... l.:. .I..L aft.- . r Il u .i . a ii: e. -j!ra'uon
j i.i nit vmn nun a icw iicinuiuarji wucu iowi uj iu nepuuiican, ere, DuIMirinii
remarks, he undertook that drubbing, by Whig at Palmyra, or planted by Bates, but Mercer
following hu competitor's remarks upon that that falls upon Democratic (round, by Miller
the Currency. He declared his opponent whatever hands, will be destined to peruh Mississippi
haI mmmAA th. nn.ltlnn k. n.t f.llin. k.tl... Il i... ' IWWonileaU
'.n ...... nii'i..i.H. nviw.inf .Mai nilUWim MAitoBnm
Kind pi n currency he favored, and that! , - .j Jt&ran
too when the Doctor had advocated and French National Jtuembhi An elec oritremerr
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hlv dvfi.nded the miii abuaed Suh.Tree. Uon for President took nlaee oa the 19thl HMrid
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sury scnem,uiai nas worses so enmirawiyiikiniuss rcnciiiauoae.AarBioi7,wuiciiijlj0w
a - a B a W . k e:. .r - BaT - - a Bm.
is in silence tne croakers ior a Dana. 1 n-iiuwu m me cnoicc i Amino marraiuiurrron
vVe then, after such an ontlaugh as tins, ' c. r ..,. ... . ia "?"
.. j , . . , . !.! U i as til. winiu nrpugniiu in ma in WW(
miruru lurnincii ivhiwiiw suiaiaiiuni , . . . . . .. n.
. . . . -i n .. .Imst. contains a communication from Prn-rry
uihih ioe euoieci oi ine vurrvney, wmcni, ; . , . ; . . rue
, . . . .. n f i -i mm Barbour, stating that a patient
we found about as explicit as Gen. Taylora , , ; . r...
. . . ... ... . 1.1 i. come under hu notice who "exhibitei
afM Biieo uij"rvBWsav we oner riNi neavi m .a . . a e IP 1W
a . a . V Mlw WVSrsli SslBBW UlUOh bllSil BJIilOl MUB Of Hllfl
cand.date upon that subject at leut. . ... ril . M. .... . Pula.ki
He then tried the Tariff, advocating the : .. 7 K '1 "I "" Bella
v I If sjm if asn Atl enAlttkffe tn IH' "I'X " I . ...
p-ilicy of discriminating for pt eteetion, in a . ..... . ... I40"!
f . . -. x ,Q.a i ne papers euxe inai ine "uociors tnem- y
few remark. He lauded the Tariff of 1842 . r J. ,, , . .. . in.anu.
selves diiseree." W ho shall decide ? The 7.noWa
as an enuiiauie and wnoiesome measure,,,.. .7 , , , . , itipley
a,..I.Kll.r.. th.e,.ditre.o.,.ib,lit. Qx SbllbJ
, . . " , , ''health of the city to be better than it has St. Charles
cause be said three loco-locos in th sen- " St Francois
ate voted for the bill. His argument was,! ' Ste. Geneieve
il.l.iu19. , MSt. Louie
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1 . . i. .. 1 aue luuifwuiic ia ina ducui rceiui ot i hud
measure, oecausainre. 01 uiemanaauine the rec,nt e,tction in ininoi,. , , , ; ... Schuyler
wings voted tor it. let, lie said it wu a Ttw FiiBt Conirressioual District electa Scotland
great and good measure, upon tnu ques-i Bissel, Democrat, without opposition.
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tuiii, iiuwevcr, tie wu iiiiitii w leave imv ". - h..piij a,w.i
..... ... I ., Tt.. rt:..:.i : m 1 . I aula van
n allorm. or Ins candidate and trroun iiitbiL,,""'w"'"" imii'ti in,vitrmDg,iT. j,i
dark. Here wu. T.vlor elector advocat- ?'!,c,t A3i "'i0' -'a majority T.i
inir a inaaaura that lie t Tavlorl refuaea to I m . ... .
o 1 tne iniro wnuici maioriiyior ioung,iWavne
.kimiia.l U. a..... Iinai.ua. l.ft all n. .. I T i . O I EE n.ll.t- "".. ma. I .
v'vimu iiv awn, iiww.., m Miva ivulOCrai, 0,141.7.
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5 Wl .ftffT;
Polk's maiorit v 2.09 1 . W.Wan
sares and gave us lus reasous tor support- The Fourth District Wentworth's plu- Wuhinejton
wig uiu .cava. - auppur, uiio, aam uv, rainy S.04O. roik's majority 3.1HJ9. laov-l vrrignt
"Oecause 1 believe lie u lio.iesi.- well. etov. the Abolition candidate, who ia n
this wai the reason, and every good reasou maki g speeches for Van Buren received
as far as i went but is it ouly necessary 2,130 votes.
that a men should be honest to fill the E- Fifth District Richardson. Democrat.
ecutivetcuair uf thu Union? W here sleeps elected without opposition. Polk's mejori-j
the Mental powers of a Benton, a Clay, a ty 1,572. . ; I
Cass, a Webster or Calhoun, that a mere Sixth District Mahritv for Baker. WhioJ
jui. 1 . n . -i I - . . mri
uvauaote snausei wient aaiue cenae ue u J1.U5J3, vlay'a majority 1x0.
houestr Could not Mr. Anderson nud au Seventh District Majority for Harris,
iiuncat man among we uiauiiguiaucu aveiea- uemocrat, IU8. Clay's majority 840.
mru 01 ins pan) u i accrv ituvciioii. in-tot nve districts in which there were
NVe thought we could see in Mr. A.'e re-oiD.siff cacdidates. the Democratic rain
marks another reason for his suruorlof himlnvar tha nia nt iftil ia 8M ! Th. n.r...
he fought tlie battle of Buena Vista. eratio State ticket was elected without op-
T.i. Ii. r.iuolit Hi. halllva ni an Miinlm .l :l. .L. T" - ... ' ;.
-"- .""n w 1 puamon, wi us 1110 asroiocrauo majorny in
aiidMuiirighleous war" hence tlie support the legislature is greater than in any pre-
of tlie whiir natty. What a commentary Ilcedimr leirislatara sinoe the admission of the
..l.l M I, . . AAMlBttlllMliAM ... till. ... iC-.-T . .1 T .
-H.l ai .miH.uiVHWii av hi Mil aaii 0UUI iniOinO UOIOB.
war whig fight those battles over again.
' f 199
r 665 a'
. , 760
. 365 ;.
.- 803 v'.
' ico r
. .U77 -
, . 85
: . 93
. : 135
. .163 J
1 102 -V
V. 54 ,
f tl tkesi IVasb rt tkanaaB enmneaimsi amJt fmmmm
He dofted hu neck scarf, bared bis bosom, , . . . J . '
and charged over Urn ravines of Buena tf National Intelligencer, the great or
Vula till Hie perspiration run, as freely run, ,n whiggery at Washington, comes to
as did the gore of slaughtered teGieasers."(the following conclusion; j
e efl mm in the smoke of hu argument, geBtrfj MittU of Me,nt lf f J
and had ours been the days of night-errant-,!.. b i ,.,. i. -...,!. j .. i..;r.t.. J
? ",d . convinced ltrong confidence that the electoral
that DonQmqot had espoused the cause of vot; of the SUte will be given for Gen.
injured wiiiggery; , ;' Taylor. , The 8t- Louia - Era Sirs -that
it u safe fer him 'beyond any rsionable
Note. The above tabular statement en.
braces all the counties in the State, except
Shannon, Putman, Harris and Gentry., r t ' :
Warning to Magistrates Yestardav an '
important and interesting cause wet two
grossing in the Criminal .Court, jo which f
one of our city magistrates was the accused, r f
It would seem that n few months since. :
young girl, sixteen years of age, of respect- '
aoie connecuons, residing in bonis vuu, Ky, '.
and of exceeding personal attractions, camw; r
to this city on e visit to an nnole'a. SliotU
ly after, she became acquainted with the.
rather volatile sop of a respectable citizen,
and without the knowledge of her relative V
became nfianced 1o him. Some time during V
June lut, they were married, the wedding '
3" Gen. Taylor has written another! eontingency.".
lengthy Allison tetter endeavoring to de-j What more is '
wanting to gain for these
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BSaM WaVIimV BB aS BWlaBmiMl HW SB WW BfW IIUV RIIV nU am . . J " aaa a.. .
w..F --j- ;- iwhieDaters an enviable eelebritv foe aa.1: i.. j. j. i
being soleanUed before the Justice referred
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The marriage eivins offence' to the refa. u
tives of the bride, the case was broneht to'' .
the notice of tne grand jury, and an Indiet-
ment found against the Justice for having'
illegally proceeded. It seems that the lawe'l
of this State render the actn misdemeanor
r-the lady being under age,, and; the,eou
sent of her parents, or guardian, not havingW
been obteined. 'The penalty u fine, and.i'
The oase was given tothe jury rast even
St. Lws UrxioXtihyiniL
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