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£t)c GMori) Democrat.
F4RI*, TI'F*I» IV, ftl'ClIT rr. I*50.
17" |N n to TUa Dwtwfti in South P»i
••J TwUit*. will iMrain And tfe.r Mpni »t lb*
0i. r» »f J(m«i Rl'ST k YOWO.
Vilhkfv «>vl , »i th# 9wr* *C
JCREMlAft HOWE
It B«MiM ViH«» mJ virfaMtf, »»ilk Moid at
JOHN TAYLOR. t «q. ii xrli cf»bKk(il«*i
iHrjr wiU W 't« tf p*lag*.
Itaatfcnlir IU|Htkllf»»
run GOVERNOR.
JOHN HCBBA1U).
ro* ixmucntativm to co*on««
Fwrrt Ihtfrnl.
CHARLES ANDREWS
Aw'nI.
THOMAS J D FULLER.
"Splits in our Party"
I Hm-of fur Kvrhan^v* hi* *«•«»«• »rr* |u»t
•MMlki upon thi* mIJmI thf part* ,
•»>r im wrtk>n of il. Pirr anything by
• •pltt. It ha* rnauv liuxa t»i u >i<
but nrTrr heard of a iirtun bring srhiot
l*r i ditWKD ol our lit a splii in
ihr tViiwcratir |>art* on lb* *la*rr* qm*l:<»n,
• ^'*n liiu JphMtitl in thr Iim |'r>-«ul«tv
ual rWrtiow. Hv »plit» «r haxe l>»t tea*,
muiiK. district, »T»tr ainl national rlcliots.
tad tkrown ihc muif* pnwrr into ih« hand* «>(
•ur opponents. Hut urur did the IViih»
*r»»K F»rt» pain Murthin? b% a *plil. It
•hmiid c«t be fixed 'n tin nttntl* ul' r*«r»
(xsiP»t lVrt*<nt thot f-thirj S»;l drfrai <"in
*» e*i»W b» di» i«i«" !.v i portion of the
i •»nj[ kptiumif off Inxn lit* numi bndy ami
sctt-nfl u)> f»f thr'u«rl»«• W iltk this "flaed
lact" before u*. »Hji i>r»t dui* of net}
rV-oWKfat' 111* *•• tbr part* unitrd.—•
4«frrr ap»n wt «*nc i«ur, 1*1 lb*
'Mfwvttv wtauii to thr d»-o« <m ol thr nu •ri
tf, ot lurr th«f i*««ir <mi| of ibr rrred of ibe
;>artT, and I*-! e*«r\ man nirrttiii swh »ir*»
in relation to it, and art uj«*>n it an h<- think*
nt. TVff i» no uturr <s»urw lor hooest
1*uaKM*rat» re» I* Irirndlv lo IVnMi-ralir niru
|>nnoi|>ie« lo mmv< «l'ulU pur»u><!
•Vb<lr th<Y ha»* ihetrrt.. ■* ./ ii>r*e altrrna
H*» lh#» will nr«rr Ml, unh«a the* ar<*
misptndrd t>t arr dishonest — wmhta* i» dr
fril th*
Sapyow a Irw prolcaerd l«-ut.*-rai». nc
«>n»e diufrrtrtl, <hi account of certain Dem
crilif nmninatx**. and *• ur?e the third
•\»ri* to take ground thai w ill h. !p In dcfril
the IVim-xralir party, and ml the Wh
•heir ei.eniic*' what will ih' t ;im f"f IV.
mncract hv thua caving off' U'utld it i'<* Ne
much better lor anch m»u.> n; politician*.
i$f*t political \ertnin. In aditere to the
party. thorfh the part* nur err in »>n»c of
it* nominal <*»«. and trr I that the* arr •*.«
r«n»d S* truth. n„* n<>t ■»••• r*-l% f«-r ire , S i
tot mea«urra, than to N«lt. tn gratifr thc.r
tVr 11ntr» of amnwaitv, thor will, -ml ih- "rh*
ikrixw-*!ic araium and j r • ; • « tail of
rv» •ill aw «ff, but Mirk t« tK*
part*, that, if it err». % » can »:J in o>n*et.
ing It* error*. and tbereh* *revjfe the cuo.V
ilence am) r»-*pect of all mrn
It ha* been well Mid iKit pro-«la»< r\ >•:
anti-alavcr* i* an tiwne tint the national de
mocracy cannot *ttnd u;*>n. l'pon the »!»
tar? i*»ue the patfv in < nc hsll' of the State*
in the I'liton cannot atfrrc « lit U.c party in
the «<h» r haft". It i* an i**<;«-, too. ao atTWt
intf and *•> n with e»ory intrre»t
the aoitth. unlike wh.it t i» in the north, that
the parit there cawmt he «T]»-etcd to «uhuut
t-> the part* here merely bersu*r tb«-\ mi.'hi
And thwmeWea m a tmoontv, n*>r > i » r*r$a
Th« notharn and withem I)»moe'4r» ran
,K>t rcavm.itdv be etpeet d to an arret »« *
lion to alaaery. m to render it J* ^ibW- to
brtnjj the minority, whether north or aouth,
lo aC]uie*r in the *lew* ol the mv«»nty —
The only cuur^, Uw n. lot the natiotul IV
mocrae* t«» pur*<ie i*. to lea*e thl* question
ont of the creed of tho party The nat.onal
l>eniocr.»cv. j retiou* to the Uat l'rraident il
eainjaik'n. »ueee<>led bv thi* r»»(N*ilat-r»
wiirw But a portion of the part* at tf:.
•«*th bolt'd. *p/if be<n «e t w .4» not ««l
Vicatiy Ml ihwu. and a ;*>rt.on i»f th«
party of thr aruth fpltf < f Siiiii" it *» ■ >f
*offi<*ientl* pr»» »1 nrrt—«i*d tk> tfht <i
tV /V»h.•"•«/»<■ ft*rty. Ai «l what ha* ♦».•••
ftiaincti by the defeat' U'ln^ rule, . \tri
i»fw, eorrap'OMi j4uj r Hut w.
hope our part* ha* cvtvd w an<l ih it
in the fut ire it will prodt hf th - le**. na nf ihe
pa.*?. In national lVnwrra'*v. all l^nv«*rit<
*h«uiM unite, and upon local i(<ic«ti(>ft* act a*
justice to the pirt.e* rw]uir«w I |->n th.*
principle we Selm«e, Mr Hamlin. Ilea ion
and other IVtn<*rraU late act< • n n latum
tu the queatiuo of l'nile,t S|jtrm Trrrilor*
The Election at Hand
Th« tlmioR lur Governor Ae. i» ;uat at
hand- Mr. Willea think* the elrctun.* of
thia vear »(▼ *aatly iiuporunt. hating a %lr»Knj
b*arinf *p'»n thr l'r< viirutul r|r*nino for
I'O-.' f*-t Dkibi'mtt Ukr the Uiui. The
X)r:n'<nt« <>i" ni •• o >• • > i t.i
the tun* of T.WO THlH >\Nl> m.is>rit«.
and iiK.rv. tn proportion, in Um- Oifcrd part
ol llw K.-urW' C#*»rea».u«al lhatriru- TW
Admnuatration » ( ^•twmor Hubbard 1a do
•errrdlv popular ilirr>ujji"ut th-' Suu \V<r
ran rim him ; hux then air oihcr uiter^t*
at Make. Dnwrnk «u* h« *w*m 1
tlx* w itrhword tw» in n«*r* l>i»
uiet, in nrty Towr and < 'onait >n ihc "Mute,
rmJly, iiur, KALLY, to tlw pallida the
^hh of September, and IVmocr^ry ill tri
umph.
rr At tKr }W»mi1 t ivenOoa at ?*<» <th
i'arta, it «u eonfidt-ntlv »utrd
hat mint of tS>- Itrmorrau, acquainted with
!r Re*d. ami lirinjr in hi* **-init¥. would
>1* for him. Thta *b a m*T ru«*. with
her i»tHW<fr», l<> indue* thux* L.'nM»>
• aa i»»)« |wi.<lriii n<«irrtat.cn hi pu m f..r Mr.
•rd Th«*tr ander*i»>rf it, art<( h<-t>e* «mh
1 to ha*e the »ii-»» of tin* randi
•tea feirl*. if at ill, prmrnted. while the*,
jr tbr ukt ol'rtma.aiciirv, w*»ul<i aupport an
indepr-nUaat nomination. 1 he liberal |x»ftion
of the < vavrntioti taok » fair and hoi.oialde
«Hirt». Surli ■>•* are an b»n>>r to ant )>arH.
ami draeniagof the rt of all farue».—
A» they bat* no freraotl candidate, ihr* will
offour* f» in for tlw neat mia of their
rhoK*, itjmJU* of fa
torahle U> the whiff*. o» of whiff «vn>(4thy
Mr. Re«-d will lurdhr ifrt a full »•*<• *f hi*
own partr, while the Dcmorrata of the whole J
Diatrv-t were ne*er more united tlien in tlie |
••vni nation of f*«l \wlrewa
OXFORD SENATORIAL CONVEN- I
HON
Agreeable lo a nil of the District Com
I suttee. the Democratic Republicans of th«
•everal T*«aa ami Plantation* computing the
Oafunl Senatorial Dial net. met al Paria, by
iheu <Meg*teain Contention, on Wednesday,
it* Slat (lay of August, A D. 1350.
. The Convention *u called to onler by
Wilharu Fry*, F*q., and urpamard by thr
choice of Hon Muara Mimi, of Iktlirl, |
Chairman, and Charles Nutter, Faq ,of Stow, (
and Samuel F. Gib«m», F«q , of Denmark.
Srcman?*.
On motion of A K. Knapp, of Hanover,
a commute* uf fitre *rrr raiwd U» receive the
credential* of delegate* claiming «e.it» in th»»
convention, to w it
Mrwn Knapp <»f Hanover, (Vrmul ofj
Fryefcurg, Fry®, of llethel, <»erry, uf Wa
' terlord, Slnrklnid «»f Turner.
Said ( ommittn- reported the whole num
her of iVIrgm-* • uiti ]•-( to a aeat inthiaCon
teal ion, to be 10?, and wade up aa follow* .
Almm
Franklia Crn*,
Jrrrtnrafc Grt»«er.
Samurl llr>*n, J»
1a>v(LL.
1>.i\kI H.
M *r» K iljjvin*,
Ibitiel ii. Tu«n.
rami to.
K L. (Kc<»o«l.
J. Walker, 34..
J • haixiW.
Pli*T«TIW
Jiimi T. AWrti.
\V»mn>ii<
Aliwtt lUrkrr,
J.4jh P. tlrrrr,
J Siiwirr*"*!.
!)■«•» MIKU>.
Nl. M TiiIm,
1» W Kickcr,
A H Urnn
III* 4H.
X » lloMttri.
Waltrr K. Wat**.
John L flrmon*
Hmu.
W in
Klu« M <*»rtrr,
Wn. Frv*.
M M »*«i
J'lnMm*
JmtAliUli M«*>rr.
Jonathan lUrtlHI

Krubrti riuuiIU t.
S«ihaairH>rrt*h, Ir
J. hn M Ijitr.
itniufi.
AI<iii Turner, Jr.,
I**» WUiitrworr.
CtlolP
Samurl I'hadUmrrt#,
S. 'u«:;jh S *viuth«
Wm. K Sia|<lr»
John llrfil.
lit vrvatv
S \V. \ihn>».
A. H,
>» Morton
Nfv« »y
Orrn F'«if r.
M St«<ar, Jt
UtTKmiD.
r^Kraiut \tu --J,
S*all«<»,
I'lutln P. Ilj»n.
Ma»on
I.ITTIR H. l't*STatl>*
Jonathan (»roicr
l!»wu*
I ilrb 1W*, Jf
Fat mi x.. Arad«mjr Granl.
Ktlinumi "I*. Mains
PoBTfl
\Vm. T. Taylor.
Ira <\ n.»*,
lit- r* Mi*m
I.IVtlMJIt
-S.'.iitl Fuller,
U.rhini I). M"r«f.
Ur. bra !'• Hrv.»u
\\> \ u N«>»tm S rrn »
Jtmhua l>unn.
VktMVCB.
\V ru. W. AWn-i.
Farnhain Abbot.
LlMIHOTOM.
Fl« Lirl Small,
IV!rli»h t '»flf.
S M Mnilbarj
• Ml*.
I«jir Sirirklind,
Arch L»ull,
Ajalmi Dillingham,
H H HrU*wi
Hii»t IM.*nt»tio>
JirvS Hartlrtt.
MiLTI'1 Pu*TATIO*
KpLrmn K
SwrrutN.
\Vm. Nrrtr* if.
Hrnjamtu N«'**r».
P\M<>**rikU>
John II 5»w**t,
John Brarkrtl *M,
Simon Fulwoi,
SuttMi Kdjrcumb.
DuritLo.
Jvbn T IliJuun.
I •vi«* Pa rim,
Wm. l>uiin.
lUrrffMfr
JS»ni|>»on Rrrd.
JStephfii Tharlnw, Jr.,
Wilaun lVart»>rii
Mbiico.
W Kunbtll,
Jltnn Srtlwn
Ptm.
Ur<icg« K. Sh*w,
Yhrnrvn Tluyer.
K. Dunham, Jf.»
II. Ci UUkr.
No IU>«s >o. I \
Jonathan Sawyer.
Lrrrrn A., No. 9.
J arm* Drown.
Hamovm.
Albion K Knapp.
Norway.
Charlea L Francia,
John S. Shfil,
Jonathan Whilrhouan.
Pnv.
Tyrua Wormwell,
I). W. Forbea,
Mrtrill Knitfht, *<M
WiMMtori.
(' C Whitman.
T f. IVhnun,
A. M Whitman.
Ill > MARK.
Samurl (»il»on,
Samuel F. (Itlw«K».
I#ti I* Sawyrr
RimwooD
Wm. Noy*.
!»■»«<• Kltnt, Jr.,
Kr»atu» llilbt>rn.
Stow.
• "hul^a Nutlrr,
Jn*-|ihu« Cli.»ti!k>r.
Canto*.
Wm. T'iohii^mi,
Ilium A
Cornt'liu* Holland.
(•ut m.
HurbanW.
which rr|Hirl waa a<Y>*|»tr»l.
Mn motion of !• It, llaMing*, Km]., ol
tb«- following rraolulion wa» <1
b» tin* CiMtMiim.
Iliiii.vui, Thai thia mention aiuni
tii-".*1 \ Hvoinmrml to lint vlirlnfi of thi»
S i itonal |)i*irn*t, tin* lion. Itolwrt A I'bap
in in, aii<! Noah Prmrr, for n nomination ami
rr-rWtli*
t »H motion «»f II II || »»ttni*V of Ijurll,
a rummillrr »f cu n, mdi|iiimi| of the fol*
kmiii; |<riMnu>, »m riiw<l to i>.i««*. •ort,
a- I count the mn, lor a Senator from lh«
wrstrrn |<4rt <•!" ibe County, »u
\J.v»r» 11.4»t ir of lrf>»<ll, llol!an«l, of
Canton, Carter, • f lU iSrl, llolman, of I>u
f>!d, darker, of \V it> rf.ml, Croaa of \I tu
ny, (>iliM>n, o| IViiinark.
Tin1 (v-iimitlcr ir;».ft<-»l tin- ui:iii'«rr
of Mn r.vl, to In' l»l?
N«r»«fj lt» a clioirr, 5?.
J antra Walkri tn.l 57
K 1, I tier hatl Ul
William 1'inptc* had 13
samurl M |lradt> in had &
J w llf"« 'i li i ! ,%
Jeremiah IViw had 3
I v» a* accepted, and Jamr* Walk
rr %»» Mud noinmaled
U > m iwn »f Hon William Krie, of MctU
el, * committer of the l"»»!l»«*% jh^ prraiMia,
w a« raiM tl to report resolution* to tin- conn ■>■
lion, to »il .
M< wr« Fr»e of , llwmc* of !*>»•
ell. Savtyer ol IVnmark, Shaw o| I'ma,
and Marker of Waterford, »hnir|mltil the
follow imj resolution* to the CiKitfiiiinn,
II w!fii Thatthu I'uatnliMi full) re
tlic two f^rn cardinal | iiu i|'l< < of
At mocracjr, thai with the |«e<»pl« i« the »o«t r
rifnt* of |mMer, ami thit with the majinit)
t>i the people i* the right t'i ruli"—tint tlw
practical rlM» of »),«•«• principle, a« dcirl
uodrr the oprratiooa of the federal ami
S'atr ci ntlitutn 11 H the I mtwl State*, «vnc
what all the reasonable hope* a-i | ri|«rU"
lion* of the iniHt anient friend* of it publican
inMitntion*, and that U|hmi them ran lie UimiI
tlie only »u'MaiitiaI hn|w for the peace, pro»
| - r t» and jh r ;• (u!t> tli> \ in- mcjii l'i in
frwW I h it, the i*'""! "I lilt |»"oplr
Win/ the iltinlrritiilil in the •-*tili|i*bnMiit ol
a i • , iUr poirriiim I. an* • ■ r» i . i-t •) «r
appointed to carry it* principle* ami r'oiri*
into efject, Scutjj the iiii rc il«"|m«iiorii * of .1
trust-power, arv hound to rierriM' their
power* .1% to pro*iiii- for, *1 d mn t!»«• • xic
enrin for which wi re dclcgat'-d,-—that,
i» tl«- known inti re*t» and wi»hr> of the m>
pit* .lie tlw land-mark* and U-acon ncrul* hi
which public functMKiaric* are to hr i>uid«*l
in their uthcu| art*, it 1* the righl of a con
alilueiM-y to iiukr known to tU-ir public wr
*ant», th< ir WlrrrM* ami w ithri, at »uch
time* and on audi lerjiUM.i a* thev mti
think he»t, atnl that tin- aervpUoce of an elee.
tl%0 oirier, with a knowledge on tlie part o|
1 the nx.pu ul. o| tlii" 1 »; jhlithetl u»aj>e» *il lite
parti ilnluif tutu. it a guarantee on ln% part
that lie will adhere tn. ami U* ||I||mJ hi
»uefl u«lp-». f» In* olfn i.il iiuuli.i t.
/1'- t ut ■ J That on a<lhe*urv to port Y-nniW
mat.< n* of randidatea lor offier re^uLailv and
fairly made. ia an elementary and cardinal
principle 111 the organization of the democrat
ic party , and thai a dejiaiture limn the rule
can never he lentnrrd upoii, without preji
I dancer of dl*a*t«r ill it. immediate n »uli»,
•fid ol i?rt-at iiiiM'hn I ut ita t< ud< nor* and
p|i*|n tnc (llirti,
Kriolrtif Tlill »l" hair lull filth III tin
dkitMJ uf the Mml ronatitutiun, when
faithfully and wisely adtntiiialrrrd, to |»r»»U>rt
and |>mrrti Um- itit«-i;rit\ ul thr I 111011 a^amai
internal vioUnr>-, <» Mi ll ua njrainat lorvigti
that it» guaraiitii » liir the wvun
ty and ptotivtioii uf loral or ardional
tnti r>-»t». in »n\ portion i»f tin* inafnlrrarjr,
ahouM he as duly »!»< tml anil enforced aa
it» w neral |iru«iMiim Uir Um* common welfan
—and that the tfemral (•iiirnwinil, wlun rc
>|HIImI III Ml M>l III* (HI'Tll »i..l »lal<
l'i'*< mim-nt*, when railed u|»to art concur
rently, ran no more neglect tin dur uWnaim
iiiJ • ufi'rrcment ul Uh*c guarantiee, with
nut a criminal den lirtiuii trinit ullinal duty,
than ul any prutiatona uf thr conatitutiwi,
having a general application to thr common
tnlm-ula u| thr »lmle country.
U> «<>/»»</, That U>« introduction uf slavery
within tin' territorial liuiita Ol the I miixl
SUU», while under provincial aubordiuatiuu
toth- llritinh crown, and it* lining been
consulcrrd, at tin* |**riod* uf nur separation
Irum iln* mother country. and of the forma
tion and adoption ul tin- federal const itutiuii,
i» a material and important element in thr
pruapi'ritv ul many ul thr States, ate thr
cause and reason ul it* rjiatence, alter thr
organization uf the natiuual government, that
lut ti< rnsii i.ee nww, in thuMt States, the
present generation rannut be reasonably held
responsible—thai it haa become no intimately
interwoven with thr whole tcature ul' sorirty
there, ir» ita industrial and menial employ*
menu, iu commercial thrift and financial ar
rangement*, thai ita immediate and total •*
tuietiun therein would,fur a t>criod,in all hu
man probability, be citrcmely bourdons to
tlieir (x ace, bappiiM'aa and prosperity,—and
that the time and mode uf iu hnal abolition,
in this country, whenever determined Upon,!
must lie the result of the separate and jnde-j
pendent anion uf thiae Statet, within whose
border* it may then oust..
That die knawn exertions of the
whig party to acquire the aacmdeucy in tho
neat Congress,that the certainty, if liiey get
•urh aaceiidiMiey, thry will again fasten ujmki
the couutry .another unequal and oneroun tarill
aa wr|| all other kindred measures well
known ti be it* rheriahed bantlings of whig
policy, atxl that the known propenMtira.ofthat
part* to (llnnfim in ib«- public eipendi
lurew, am! «n speculation, aa rrcenUy and fully
illuMratad by the Taylor cabinet, in the raae of
the (talpin rlaim, ahouM arou«e the universal
democratic pmrty to the m<wl vipil«iit,*lfomu»
ami •irrriitr rfloru to pre«ent the aO|uiaiti«n,
by by the whiffs, of the rontruling power in
ronprea* during theprrsent presidential term.
R'tolnil, That the National Democratic
Platform a* laid down by tho Nit mint I [Viii
ocratic (,'unvcntiuna held in llaltiiimrr in the
jreara of |H|| and Ifl#, are aa broad aa the
I'nioit, aa ample aa the wanta of hiimanilr,
and auitsd to the rral interests of the whole
|H>op|c— upon this platform we real our hojw*
of ancrraa, " our hbeitics, our fortunes and
aarrrd honor*.
/w *>/■•*,/, Tint, a* we ran ncrcr jefiierer
a rirtnry though a dirnwi of our forrea, it i*
the first duty of etrry I>cmorrat tn keep the
|«rly together, that if Ibjinorratadiaajfrw ■(>
on ant one i»»ur, thconlv way la for the min>.r*
it* to (uhiiiit to Uic deciaino of the majority—
or lea»e ill it iMiir out of the erred of the par
ly. and let e«cry man aet ti|>on it, and bold
what *icw« in relation to it he plcaars; and
that tb»oe aie the only two wa)» that honeM
IViiMcrata, reall* desirous for the aucrean of
Democratic tneaaurrt and pnnrjplra ran art.
That we hen hy concur m the
nominations made in thia t 'on*rntioo for «en
alorm, hi.I that wr pl< <lc«- to them our unam>
tiHioa Kop|«nt al thr rnoums election,
/i'<»»/ic«/, That the drmorrary of Old (I*
l"rd hrartilt rt«|«>nd In the nomination of
Hon John llnhUtnl, our preamt ctrrllrnt
I 'hirf Magistrate, by the legialalite rou*en
lion, 4* a ca i iluUtc foi re ■« I ret mo to tlir otticr
of (•otrrnor of Maii>c.
That from a con»ideration of tlie
fart that it will In thr duty of the ne*t 1/^»ia
lalnre tn mike a new IMMitMM of senators
aixl |<> pr« • til iluralor tin' term ot two \« Ja,
it l« ol lli" • ■ Iiii<w| 11■ i;>«irUi• r« to the «)« 'w-• •
eraiir party i<» m* I<» it, that a natmil\V|
|W-nioCrat* are |IMmI and returned to MM
branch of the legislature ami thai tlie event
tuc power la alao arcured liv the rhoirr, at
ihr S« ptcatbrr •l< <tmn, of then prcaent aotu
inrc lor (toternor.
W Inch resolutions were adopt) >1 by the
('onventien.
N iKnl io ai ourn ihn> Convention
M0SR9 MASON, I'hairumn.
ClIIUl Si rtta, f
t! #■ ) \irrlitrif*
s»*' II. IflMOV, \
OXFORD COUNTY CONVENTION
'I'hr IK 1« jf ilr« ftwn IIk- w icrjl town* ami
1'Untat.txi* ui lltfunl I'tHiiity. nut in j-ci-nI
»n«*r « lit |<r« ti«"i» liMirr, tit) Pan* Hill, Ml
\VnliH*li\. ll'i '.'IK (Li> "I \u»vi»l, A l>
11 • *n M • Miii'ti of It-tin I, h i« <!,<>—*ti
P(wUnl« 1 Nullrf ati'l Sunm I K
I iitixm. S rrUr r*.
4 hi motion, totr.J lli it ilrlrgilitlo llir S-n
.ill<r. ■•! I \un« nlion, uhn rr >nl< lit Otl'<nl
County, jl'ow'ti kiU in linn conn ntion
• Hi motion i f II n •'nfiir|ii » IIxIIiihI n|
I'uiImi, I maimillir of llirr*, roiii|»«»-<l »»
follows, «a« n "■■•I iii «-»rt 4111 count
ll.r *iiii,» f t 1 ciiinliilitc tor I .nintv I'mumi*
iiimrt, In m 11
\|. «»r» IIoIUmI of ( anion, IJ•»-1 of llo\
l»Uf>, N'lji - 1 >| I ril'IIWiaal Dli t UUUIIIIU
r>'{«>rt folio* »
\\ holr iiuiii'k r of tnln rs»t, O'i
N'rri tm*ry to 4 rKuicv, I*
SiU« ll irtiinl 11 i«l 3*>
llrnry C. It ml
Mark I1. Snutli I i
S I' llouijlilnn tfl
J inn" II h irth-im
aiul that th«TP no choir*
I in |||.- lullol, lli« I "oimniiln* tr
jwllnl,
WMi iiabtt i>t
Npmsirj t»> a ch«icef 40
Sslaa llarnatil lu.l 43
IImij C. Hi-'-J ft
Mark I*. Smith f
S. K. Iloughttm Jfc?
John llrown I
4 >11 tin- thud lullot ihi* n'Piiniillrr rrj-orlt«l
iIm- «lm|. nuttier virtw(mi I
Nrrf»«jrjr»« a choicr, li<
StU« llirmr! ha«i b*
llmry Hn J I ft
S. II. HollgllttfU .1
X. M Marbla I
M I'. Smith 3
a»<l Si! » Itirnjnl * ••»» H«Har*il rf*l» «-fc^-tiil
—%» liirh r«'|*'M »» acrrptrj.
t k«i met,on, tfc- lnlU^mip jirr%'!>» «i-ri'
a rttamiiltw I* ti^i-iTp, Mirt ami rounl
the »<■»••• for a < "«nt* Trravirrr. S ml r»»m
niitlcr tia> ■»>.!•• u|> i« I'.IUiw*
M«»»m fK.'"*! of I'ritlmrtf, lli»!,rv« ol
llarl»'r of WatcrfntJ
Tin* cxoiiiwtUf r«^«»rt»*l a* t<•!lov*•».
Wholf MUlbrr nf *<»t»»ra»4, W»
N«v« aarrjr to a rfaurr, 4'»
X. M. MarMr had 7*
J<»r|.h ( hilil •
II. lluhlian) 3
Satnarl Small 4
Jam«'» Walker 1
Silai llarnanl I
S. F. llouglK >a I
and \ M Marble m.i* ifrrlamf «TnTy nomi
nated,— whtrh ri|*irt wa» arceptol
<h» motii'Q of I' !(. of I<ovtll,
i l'«unlj t'oinruittic, Puiiipn««i| of (lie fol
lowing wa* rained.
\l> «ri K 1. I ►•jfirntl n|' Fry burp,
Ma*r»n of IJi'thH, J F. Hrapjj of Ando*er,
!,«•»> Sirirlhn<l of Lurnnorv, Sam]«on Heed
of Hartford.
/f<«.i/c./. Tint wo heartily appro*r »if the
nomiiialinna ot tin* runiention lor County
('oirtniMionrr and Trraiurrr—and Uiat »c
will iiMr all (tirand fcunnrahle mean* at llir
en»uim; <*lcelM»ii lu ihrm.
I hi motion of Hon. K. 1*. 0»e»H>d, the
thank* of thia Convrnlian afw t«iil»rrj to
Hon. Naaoo, lor the able and impar
tial manner wliieli he provided over it* delib
eration*.
The thank* of the Contention wera a!*o
tend* ml to the Si-cretartr*.
\ olcd tin* I 'onvpntion bo di*»«l»cd,
.MOSES MASON, Chairman.
CtuiLi, Nirrra. i Stem ant,.
SamiL r. (•!««». S
Fair Soil Nomination- The Kreo Soil
Contention, Ill-Id at New Gloocwtw ort the
I >th iliM., nominated Will. I*. Fcaaendeil
their candidate for CongrrM. The Portland j
\d»orti*er which so aevBielj denounced thr
freewill member* of the legislature (or toting
for Mr. Hamlin, for United Static Senator,
take* no etn>|itiuo to the abotc aet of the tree
aoil Contention, but rather rrjuteea at it, and
think* that M r. Fiwnden will be elected.—
'• SatiCC for the fooac, SiC."
Ilangor Jeflfcraonian.
Thr following in the tote of 1'ortland on
loaning it* crodit |o the At. & St. Lawrence
Railroad, Yea*. |i)M; NaT*, IN.
Free Soil Mau Convention at Soath
Paris
The Meeting ft»r nominating County Offi
cer* being urbanized, and a Committee ap
pointcd to arlcrt (tillable persons for mftuna
tion, aevcral geatleaMi who were invited to
add tew* the meeting, declined; hut one gentle
man aald he would like In aak the eunple
<|ue*tion—what Fre*oili«m l«. lie had hrru
an Abolitionirt, called one of the "mg?rr
|»arty," " longlteela" etc., but now with »ome
little rc*|>ect he waa called a Free»oilcr—he
would like to have aonte one inform him wlr.it
a frre*oiler la—a quewtton by the way, which
nreifH mi an*w» r.
Ne»t, Mr. Vmloo, of *«ray. took the floor
lie, too, had aurtoml a grvat deal of reproach
—he had l»vn placol l*1wcen the firea of tin
two leading partiea, but wtill »urvivcd. !fe
■poke of the corruption and rmtenncaa of the
two leading pirtir*. They now profe**cd
jrrrat hwc for fraceml principle*, hut he plac
ed »ery little omfidci cr in th< m. The .\holi
tionmt, it had l<rcn aaid, had hut one nlca ;
hut th.it idea had swallowed up all tlx- n«t
S»i, now, lie would turn tn the whig*, having
received their h<.tt<«t »ln>t«. hug the whig
party with all it* '• nHtmnm," and »up|Mtrt'
it* humiliation* a* a very reasonable thing —
'l*hcn, the »|Mnkrr n ad an extract from the
Haiigor IteiiKN'rat, a leading paper, he Mid
of the Democratic party, to »hnw that the
paitV and it* prrwM* were op|Mi*ed to the
election of Mr Hamlin, and that tlic Frec
wnlera hail elected him, when he knew thai
nearly every l>«in«>eralie paper in the State
warmlv »<l«ieiio| the rv-viectinn «t Mr
Hamlin !• the I' S ."Vnale. 'I lie speaker, 1
then, a* i« hia u*ual practice, raixsl a great
cry again*! hv|>ocrt*v , ju»t a* thoagh he wa*
iM>t ea|M rt in it* practice, ami, to the relief of
tin- hearer*, raine to a re*l.
Mr Wil|«»y, Kililurul th* Portland lixjuir
• r, liil.owtii in a bnrf reftrw o|' the |>irtir«
of thr day Whrn (irn Tijflor wuiH<mii
alnl liir llw I'n nub-net, at the l'liil.ulrl|ifiu
I'uatrniiun, thu i[»»»■ iMtmiKc tint
in rrlalion t<> I . S. T«rnt*ry, tin v wmiiM
adhrrr l'» tlw Oriliu.iiirr nf llul tlirv
|>r>»«• <1 falar, Uhj aiiininialratiiHi bail
lalrn |ir<-riu'W lh«* gritim<l o|" < .»**, ami Ihr
wl olr party Im.I apuwUliinl . y«iir an ait*
iniamiMi, mi' llmuiflit, riiiiniitr aa it llul, ffui
mm »)itw (••• In,rf» »rrf \*.th \is
Ilr fnakl i»«»t ihua»n* Mr. < j-»,
for li»- li.nl remained firm, tu.l wnlt Inn party
lit tin- fn* Suit*, up|*i>w-<i to tin- < \ti u
mm nf alatiTy, n«4 rrlnnfr.nlini:, bul ralbrr
aiUaiK in,' in romd fro *oil prim'ipli $ AimI
Vi I, lln' »;i-al«i i haJ lln' unblu>biii^ i lliniil'
r\ In n pri «• ill tlif !• ailing l>< im«'r.il* in tin*
sUlf a* ulli-rlj i>|i| «"I In tin rUrlioii nl Mr
IIjiiiIiii \ii-I «*tiv iliil lii» r> *«>rt (othia<in;w,
kin• «* nig, a» In' ill I lliat llir jfrral nua* u| tin
|. ,j.l. Ml lit,- I'Jfl*, Willi IIIIMt ill' tii< li'lilllilf
iii^ii, %»rrr ikiI only fi»ur»b|r In llif rli-rUun
«f Mr II , but t uI'lilingly aniiowa in «• •
fun* it' Ii ».i« t» pn-par r tin- nxitrntion to
mir«iiiiib in llir all* (ii .hi lii \\ i<
Mr. W m the afternoon returned ln» re.
nuilk* before the I'ongreaMonal Contention,
fhto tti \IhiIiIii>iii»i |tirtv «u »o weak tS.it
anv r pirtji could i.ile them u|-oii tin' hip
ami jwjv *> itli throi, Mil, conaei|urutly, |(
m mild not ilu I'or 11 win to r<>nw in with oilier
parties it all. M«.t now the* had heroine x>
at long ami powerful, that it m»uM «lu for
ili< in to dtgrraa a little froiu the right trad
That la, they could «pnlun away funn llw
ritflit, «i» out into the by and forbidden | >ath
of tlw MUM Whig lyNUlM, Msitt ()>' in it
the wrung, make mmih* ri|>ital ti> it. ami then
hate air ugth to ft ln-k in vii. i» So h*
brlirml it r, mi l«*r ceruiu nrcutn
•um-i i, it,i tin m to nominate the nominee* of
"Hi1 of lb* op|>ming |«arti»a. 11«* ilul not
« i r'u* from which |»riy tlm made tlieir
noinination, if they only hid rtiilriKV that he
Mould Ix" true to tin frrmoil |»rThe
|NH>itiou of the Ih-inucralic candidate Mai *o
well known to the cmrnnunify, th.it nnjr in
<juu\ into In* |tritx*i|>l«"« Ma» unnocvaMt*.—
No, lo in ikr in inquiry into hi« frc» >..J pun
eiph*. might ifi*r hun the prefen renee, ami
■b leat the Wine candidate—tlut mouU not
Jo. One nun li.nl prejudice agailiat I'ol.
Andrew«. iluit Ik igain«t tin- mm, not agaibal
In* |iriuei|>h * . vi he no called a I«ocu ami a
11 anker (the *;» ,tker» were tcrjr much uppo»
■ il to nick-nan* • ) and laNi-ly r« |ire»ented aa
to lii* ticw* b|>oii fremwil doctrine*, to fe i
hia election, not hi* mumnation in tlut l»«iv,
fur hia nan** \»a» nut prexnited for liutt pui
|M»e Hut tlie )•>•-iti>>u of Mr Heed ami hia
public .✓!» were *uch a* to gi»c the fullcat
aaauraMe tlut ho « « right eo the Ireevoil
(juration. \ vt, it aci in* it \\a« no ea*y ni.it
trr tu |ioinl out tliear publie art* a* proof, aini
*o a f'-w I'm mlly leltera ami a little atrtel
t'iiK-ip Mua intioduci J oa tlx' Um prixif at
hand. Inquiry «» nude, if they lu«l am
a«»urancc from Mr. Kct-d, hiuwrlf, that lie
Ma« a frve*oilrr. Hut none mi it lutid, and
• ten it there wa», tin y Mould put no confi-;
deuce in it; (on the ground, we *up;x»»e, that
lie would hack out fn ill it jiiM as had the ad
nuuiatration) lor pledge* were Morthleas juat
before election—but a» Ma» juatly remarked
there, li tt« r» just before election In hi hit
\\ lug nnitblnra, |ier»oually inn-rested for
him, and Irow ini*-Miil Wtng* mure smious
lu see federal iiN-aturi» carried out than Iroe
»oil principle*, u. rr *ery reliable ti stnuony.
Otic s|<caker cutild be satisfied in relation in
tlie two candidate* by judging of ihcir public
acu Hut be could nut proilact' a viu^leact to
*Imim tint C«|. Andr< M ■» »n not right on
the free-soil que*turn, clccpt that lie siip[>ort
cd lien. IW Well, Mr Heal »u j-j •<»rt<<l
(•'«it. Taylor who was with Gen. I'ass u(m>ii
this question, an was »Iiomii by Mr. Willcy,
and not a single act of Ins, Mr. Heed's, life
«.»• introduced, though repeatedly called for,
to pro»e Iiiiii a Freeeoil nun. And yet, thet |
Mould bate the Contention believe Mr. Heed
Mith them in their Freetoil tentimeats. IIom
very consistent! It was also stated that Mr. 1
Itecd li.nl been a Fnvsoilcr aereraJ tears, and
that he was opposed to tli« nomination of
lien. I'.iylor, though be nupported him alter!'
bis nomination. Tin* is a mistake. Mr. j1
Heed m.ui a member of the legislature in 1
IrtlT, and it i« well LnoMn that lie Mas ono ,1
ol" the lirst and Marines! aiUocatcs of (len.
Taylor's nomination. This, Mr. Heed will ■
not deny. He might lu»e be#n a Freesoilcr '
hi the scn*e that all the Whig* pretended to '
bo, but as Willey says, they are now spos- 1
tales, and of course Mr. .Heed with thsm, !
for be Mas an ardent supporter of the admin- '
titration, and is now . Nothing but Wing '
testimony was presented to show him any- '
thiug else; while the inost reliable testimony r
rould ha*e beep adduced to »hoM- that Col. 1
Andrcwa la mora favonbfo to Frceaoil doc
Irinea than Mr. Hmd. We do not complain,
Iihwptpt, that thia teatiniony waa not prt
■rated; l»u« we do complain that effort* were
nude U» gi*e tho filae itnprcaaion that Col.
Andwwi waa favorable to the alar* intereat,
when mcinbtn prr««nt knew and ataied to
the contrary.
Hut the wh«»Ie csnw, «u in defeat Col.
Andrew*'* ekflVon, regardlea* nf Freeaoil
principle*, and thua aid tlie Whig*. The
more consistent |M>rtmn of tho Kreeaoilrra
aaw (Ina. They knew that Mr. iWd had not
been fairly nominated and thia fnttn Lincoln
Whig*' authority; they knew that when he
waa nominated, it was with the full utuhr
atandmg that the Aholmoriiala ahould »l*o
nominate lum; and they knew that tho two
men of auggeationa from Cumin rland Coun
ty had eooM out to that Contention for the
pur|Niae of conaumating the work. They
knew Uu-ir aympathiea Here all with the
Whig*, and for thia rcaaon they advocated an
indepriuk lit nomination a* in the eaae of
I iooderiow. Ilul that they preferred one pir.
ty timrc than the other, cieept tl»ey were
" more Kr^iil," au denied Mr. \ inton
waa a l^-inocral, and pointed to another from
IVru, a member of the Ij-gialatuie, and a
»erv likely man he " didn't aee how they
raiat d aurh men ao fir luck among the mourn
tuna—th» v were hoth aa fatoralil* to Mr
llc« d Whig Fre» aoilera. For the honor
of IVru, we would hen- remark, that thia
man »j« r>ot retard hi that town, hut waa
rocked in a F«-deral cradle in a lower town,
and waa «!• eled hy ikr Whig* a m< mlier of
the l^rglalature, with the rtpreaa understand
ini* thai h<* ahould tote fur (icorge for
I*. N. JV'iator. Th< first we r*er heard of
Mr. Vinton »aa lint he hrvjiw inflated,
••linnet! "(I> » origin, changrd his run*', ami
rame out a (laming \l>olitii>m»t luflunr.—
Since thai tinw, wkcnrtrr he has *yiii|>atlu»
• <1 u iih ai v other | ntv, it ha» Inn n m uli the
Win**, a1 .1 %%11li ihrm l«- haa fr<-|urntl> <•
operated S«» mm h for the l*« moeracy uf
thrar m» n Trur, the i|i(tkrn apofce f«»•*
*t«Jy of » mie uf |Im« I)em<*'rat»—lltmlin.
Smart,—» Me tin y ilmwinml " tin- t»reat
(pHMt \patlktf CnMlitatl«n) liln i..
ainl other Wh i»»—all tin* it*-t to attend too
much the Krrraoil Democrats. Ili.t when
they laml' I ill'- Il«ixfaiii Atlas and tin* Whig
prr*«< ff«tt» rally, ami at the same tint aim* tl
and ini^ri'i rroa ntcif the Democrat® ami tlirir
paper*, it easy to determino where wire
li' ir feelinu*.
The 0\l>rd D mocrat Wfiml a full ilnrr
of aliu«e from Mr Vinftm,and without cau«e,
fur it no*cr wronjfrd Inm; hut we ran U-ar
In* slur* ami ni"%rej>r« » ntaln" a with i* (food
•nee a« lie eouhl to In? railed lough* < N. ami
thrrWIirr pass hit upon ilu* ;*»iut, a»
w* would the yelping of ativ ttktf puppy.
not worthy of notiee.
Kfrrytliitig t» ing rr;*l> imrdmit to Ih»
" of ||it> t*»i» forri^n dutVr*.
(»h« irrnnil an admirahh* lut from IJrn
IVrry, wltrn Mr t<>|t! thmi at hr brtontfrd n>»t
to tin* (YiigrrMiMul lM»lrirt, hr <ii«! not
wi«h to rntitpdl it» action »r thit of tin* f'on
•mtHNii) i ino«nm *» i» B»-n|e m bmr uf an
iiwli'l- tnli-iit noiuirjtion, and »otrd down —
Mr. Rr«<l w i* thru nomiuitrd In a ini>> h
hnrfrmo winttanhrcould hur n'tfamrd.
had it n»t hen t»r fun « jn tnrtiifti<*% and ha<l
tli^rr not Urn in tindur |>ro|>ortion of nwm
fwr* prrvmt, that an rrvtd^nU of thin Town
llrrc tin* Frr«*«oif party wim virtually di«
•<>|»<i|t »w-i|lownl tip—uui i.irtnrnii.it Krr#>.
Mdlrt f -maiknt—m WnUmmmI ' "<«
lir, ttr hivr no I*»• »otl |«rty in thtt St.ih*
'I)ir\ rould just l* well support Mr
fur (Sotrrnnr ai Mr H tor H j rr*»tiuti»r
tn I '.iiik'nh, tin in- h lull M iiiurli a If • *".l
man lint Mr Willrv t}».i {lit dilT* nntlv
Mr ('nabr, h> lirlictnl, «*.i« <*» »i tlx
j|*»tatr Whi,»i of iv. K h ir | \\
Manvp, Mr. MuM».nnl »i« ^ lltinkrr—it
would not ditto Mippftrt nfhir of thrm—tin *
mu»t »upport thnr own candidM*. Hut why1
l*hr main rrunn, pri'StNr, r» that rt r^uiri »
i m'jurtty to «-Kri tfw (Ion rnor, and Mr. W
hopr* llm* »hall N* ,.VI>- t« bold tin' hulanrr
of jm*! r, and ln»r a riiflerr w» hur/ain for
thr «t*o|*.
N«rw cvinrs th* . in I Mr. Vinton t ik»» a
sorrowful Iran- of Ui* foriiH*r asMiriaU-* m
iIm |>wnI rau»- \» lii • wcllrd wr trally
tanrinl wr 11« t|,.- ol l. f.irr n«, l«it a a f.iti*
would I Kin* it, tin' Inn? ^it»l Mr. Wtllry
r*'iniii<i> <l thrm u( the tiudiiicht darkiHM uf
tlir |Nii|>lr o| INfoni I 'aunty, (liow liki* tl»r
\\ hie* ili it ti 6 \* vnri >1111*1 ttlkiil nlmut
tlir dark and hi*ii|riih'| r-giu<» of Oxford,)
and rniMurijjed thria relator to thr futurr, by
rcfi n i»'<-Vi tlir pi*t \N It »t i tnttfhl) work u«
hair* done. Wi Utr rkrtnl Mt. Ilunlin —
W K Imro dim thi» ami K lia>i« ilonr that1
l». my' what • iKiat tin-tl> uj*n tlw wltrH
ul a r»«n \ did ram«.
.>ow, a »ur<i u» our frmoouut •
mm. Mr. Wil|r\ «ai .is willing to support
4 IVtnocnt us a \\ lnp, if he u «>nlv right mi
the 1'ri-vsoil ilii'tnur—as much ,i» if hi' i»d
»jhI, he cared not how much in th« wrocij 4
man is in everything « Im*, if he .» only rijjNt
i»n thi» wie question, slavery, b<* would sup
l»rt him. Now will Democratic Free soil
mm do ihia' Snjipiw th* I>• «m»«-rutu* can
didate i* with you on all tlir grnt NationjI
measure* of the Country, anJ only differ*
Iroin you on ihu »»iii^r«* <jne*tion of sfatcry.—
Pie Whig cat didate i» opjiosol to you upon
ill ihcsr measures, and i» with you hut U|mn
i linglo tMiinl, ilicry. Would you be wil
ling to vote il i* wing ticket, and thus aid
ihc W|»i^»* m substituting inmmtres in place
jf Democratic meant!**, which would tend
10 bring the laboring iuas«sto servitude worn
han SoMixm slavery; especially would you
l.i this when tlif Democratic candufatc enter
am* Krt**soi| vw^v* morv like your own than
Iocs the Whig candidaic ' We think not.
Again what would you gain ? Suppose
hr whig candiilatc it elecicd by five thousand i
»hig Totes and one thousand abolitionist (
roiro. An important question eomea op up- (
>n which whips and frecwulcrsdiffer,awl vote
is he w ill, he must displease one party or the
ither—upon wtuch side will he tote. 'H>e
inswer is obvious.
Now as there is no freesoil party in this
Mate, certainly not in tins Congressional Dis
net, what course will our Democratic free
011 friends pursue' Will they forsake the
•mocratic principles which hue ever been
o dear to them, and go over to whigism, or
nil they adhere to tho Democratic party,
hat w ill not only be true to the principles of <
iemocracy generally, but to the important <
uestion of slavery and the Country ' Let them i
nswer at the bal|o< boy. i
THE LATE ELECTIONS.
We rejoin that we ran congratulate out
democratic friends on the rrsult of the recent
elections. The course of the national party,
or democratic parly, has b»-en onward
atncc the formationof tho(i,ilphin cabinet, and
the promulgation of its non action |*dicy, and,
though thinga in Missouri do not l<»>k u
democrats would have thwn look, yet tliry sm
there rather in a transition atate than a |*?.
inauent one. We hate no idea that thia old
democratic atate ia about to settle down quiet*
ly into old federalism. Hut elsewhere the re
sults are moat favorable. North Carolina hu
nobly, and in a regular pitched battle, where
tha forces on both aides were fairly avowed.
No one will pretend that Manly, the whig
nominee, was anything but a whiff, a regular
conservative, while Reid, the democratic can
didate, wai aa frank and full in avowing his
opinions. The |>opular cause has triumphed,
and North Carolina now, both at the polls ami
in the legislature, ia out and out, democratic.
Though this tUU) hus erred widely in citing
her influence heretofore, and can hardly lie a«t
down as a reliable state, yet Id ua !■<>;«• thai
she will now beep true, aiul firmly stand up
for iIm> regular democratic national candidMs
f«»r ne*| president
Indiana, umi, loom nvtrif, ami rum «t mil
of tb« Satil<* with tlw «lem<-*nl»c fa? in tri
•>iii|4i. Tin* work iUxm Umtp baa Urn iui
|Mirunl, inJ the n»ult ia a double triumph.—
The legislature I* dmd«>d for tb niorracy, an t
tin* Mill urine a I nilr.l State* wnatur;
while the r«H»*rntion fir fCtMiog th< »!»!••
rnnttiiution i« largely democratic, arid tin*
will v«urr «nrh ww irw- «urr» .« ih>
of lite aye duniinl* Our friend* liter* u« in
nutcli joy, and well lliey may be, for ihey
hate done a pauioiie work thnroughlv. We
|ru»t that tin* great ami pmwinjj »uti* wj|
r»rr l«* found true In the dewoeratie e,m«»i
Mta«iiiri ha* gone l>adly. vet nut uiifipiTt
*••11) , f«>r the whig* arevrding lo prraent a; -
j' iranii* I In rutini Li re haiUriutii t
M'trrx nor, the wlndo Male U mg :n tin- (rrejt
• «t • triti merit, anil Uh-»inii/r«t |» rv.. i .*»
U-Iliij the Ofilrr ol the -IIV IV rmiti-ol w i*
brlwreii the wlnga unit* d >■! th< •• - ! . i.l
llx* ilciiMrraU divided into Kenton u»< .1
anti-lb ntmi nxn on the ntlwr; aud tin mi
nim* ring of tlw* whig*, wl«» ue*er (ail to t; • i
in till* bn»inrs», appear* to hl*»ii mei-.
tnl 1 Ji«* n»ult will I* tli.il II,onn« flirt
lli'ntoo will In* Ii ll al home ami antnt- lull r,|
poftlinjii will »u«vntl It mi Tin* l! •
gill nf tlie conlr*t—whither a »hlg, «av K.. -
wr«Hii IUtl*. wIhnii Mr Killtnore appotnwl
a member of In* cabinet, or • ilcntorr.it, or
Ib'titon ahnuld ke *rnator 'I In- »ln„'» ! it''
iiliynl tin ir rani adroitly, and will ii. -t
proWdy rarry ibeir |«iint. '1'ln \ lure Lt»l\
loved Hid Itullloil too tie irlt I he* loti f
In* t,• ■ trr Am.iiiIi* <m prvMIIIIM'Ilt il<
|mnl bu (i nv ridmk •<( ib-mtierstic im
urn, loved lo rirrulab' In* tjitrbra, Uit I, l
no intention of nuking linn nmtiir, and prt»l»
ably laughed in their »l" »i« at tin* eredil.u
of all who «ii|t|x>« .1 any lions dlfli'mil I Ik*
whig* now ln#.t»t lb.it Mii» n.ri ha» U-i • ri
deemed. Tbr \ luneimirli to tUaukfi.l f ■,
tl mu»l I*' a<1iii.tt*'J P.i v I. in- gainrtt >»(•
era I ini'iiil* i« ot eongrr", ami, in cav no
president i» elietid by Uic jmi^ilr id tbr ui tt
nmlrM. tbi* w.' .Ill !■• •! iw> »irvtll iimnt< at.—
'Illi* •» to U «!•-; lofl Still .1.1 M.v uri vt>
U'li«-*r I* boiitul lo If ili UMHiratn*. anti Ibi
aw** of Ihi- it»-iiii"'rarv onji.r n.^i to !»t tin r
jirrti rrnrr* «ir ( ri jinliri * alwiil / "i ji*o|> inliv
cjriluul witiirii
Iowa I iok« up wrll, ibi' i!t niix'rat ' k'a>r%
tlifrr ri-^^ rtubb' lU jr» at w«-»t n
itn noil fur ttbi|tfft*rY to fln«irr«li in, ami alnHi>t
all tin' M'« »utn» »bou but IlltW atfililtv w illt
'it.
\> ri'lr the** fHiptil ir «vn» ate, in 'ite ,
»■> gratil) ni|>. >11 tint i* tf|uirr<i of liir |>.1.1|»
•if thr Illir »lilp It In krrp In * fcatlnnal
fiilur* flying, ami *hr in gin*! in.-*' *;ll ennv
into |xirt in triuinpfi. The dmiwritif j iriv
lii« Mill a »• ri-.it -.ml |iatnn<ie +,-r{ in <l<>. h ;
it ought !• (in) it»« It to il.e dolt *1 p»u g l..
wanl ainl tloinj* it It li.it lite tlut\ on itt
handa of tarrying ""I I)m* jrt- 't pnneipl. - i
ikviIimii to tlwir U?ilimat<- nxirluin u» It
niter Hit tlie party of l«*al i«i<r tt<—1»'»«,»
m«»*riht'il a tin»l«- »n« ntf tlwin ««i |t« lirnwl
banner*- whether it the hmm yd n>u r« »t
th.it (htummU alt through tin* Iji.i1 «Nrn n r
there m fiijwlit*, «r thr tarilT int«-t »t of lb<"
in»rtfi. or ii»- ala»e intereM ««t" i!■<- •wutli.ur tin*
internal improvement interr* of thr >*• »t It
ha» planted itk<'lf mi the ro'ititr\. on tic lib
eral iili'i* aa to iraib* thorare iIm* ehaneteritl*
le of tfc- age; ami a* lo iinrmnte private in
t errata, ita aim hat hem to interfere w irh
them no mure than general but uill iln, thai
prntert all l«it ha»e »prrul f.nnrt liir nm —
11 luil iMit rrtutiil |i« Mippurt a ih itorr that
hail a nationality about it merely la-cai • * ,i
niiijhi inuimluti Iv alPr! fatorahly a partirn*
lar interval, ami it ne»rr Will do it. All it
ha* lo Jo ia to ailherv to it* oM »tat«-« n^htt
|*ilicv, ami Male alter »t tie *ill t ike th--ir
proper pi area, like North Carolina, in n»»
democratic plulant, ami gi»> vtetorv to tin*
eauae in the next pr« »utrnilal efcttiwi —Wim
tan I'mI.
frjF""n Thuntdijr laM, N.'JOO |,.i»cn^ rt
arn*< •! in NVwf York my fnmi foreign j*.»rt■
tr a frfetiou* I'M grntlrman who had
two mh!» nuarkahly fond of hunting anil
•hooting, *ery Kircx»tiraily dnaiiigtiifchr*
lli' tn by the apj»-llatioii of Nun rod ami l(am
rod.
A good anecdote ia told of F!i (iofrrtini
funoa, of Trmiewe. Whilat making a
ipnrli ooin • two yrara ainrr, a rowdy fellow
ii>M*d linn. Iiium-.tiau I* the cry, " Turn
inn out, turn lutn out," arose from tanoua
tarts of the crowd. Jual at thai time an as*
u ar by ronimrnrit! braying, *»h«n tin- Got*
•nior rmarkt-d i* the audiencv—'• Let bint
done, gentlemen, hia father la railing him,
ind he will aoon Irate."
The reeeipla on Ihr At. k St. law
mce Railroad for the month of July, f*00,
iraa :
From Paaaengera, f0,35<.> 4fl
** Frieght, 5,479 35
Total, $14,831 81
WlNTH Sca«io*». The Houae of Repre
entatitrea on Mowlay, »otad to aubmit to •
xmatitutional amendment to the people rtv
tonng winter aeaaiona of the lefnUturc, by
l Tote of h7 to 19.

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