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tt" that even tin nomnun courletlc of tocial lift
were wholly cut off between tlis principal leaders)
ijmuch N certain that In winning the support
of Hi Twiners, to aid him in in pasa(r 01 mis
most Iniquitous measure, he hat forfeited nnd Inst
that DortiiMi of his original friends who have taken
to themselves the more ennobling and nHtngotiist
!pnllation of "Conservatives." As it is the pa
triotic refusal of this party of Republicans to fol
low Martin Burcn in his espousal of the destructive
measure now under consideration, that has already
lost him the prent State of New York, where hi
majority was upwards of 29,000 votes, wo prefer
to emp'oy the arguments and reasoninps of his
original friends, in justification of their refusal to
vote for his re-election, to any similar Brfrumnnts o1
our own. Reeinp that all hope of reclaiming Mar
tin Van Buren to his original principles was ic
vain, an immense convention of delegates from the
aeveral counties in that state (all of them, as well
as the people they represented Imvinj been sup.
porters of Martin Van Burnn in his first canvass)
assembled at Syracuse on the 3d and 4th days id'
Ooto'ier lastfrom wli'H able and conclusive ail
dress we extract the following pages :
The most powerful pt pillar art which the Presi
dent, in employed to crush the re.char'cr of
lie United States Hunk, which institution was d
I xnire in I S3!), was the h-ifistfnl pro nise then held
forth by hi nsell' and his pirtv to i'ive the conntr
I'd specie currency" nnd "a hur l mnnei Govrnm-nt'
fry "a divorce of the Government fmm aH banks '
.nrl, he. it remembered, tint at the vpry time tlum
irtifcssinns were inaile, the Premlent lad himse
'issumed to form, and his pirtv in Congress wi
iotispirinij to obtain the sanction of law lor, tint
verv cnmbinalinm nf Incut banks, eighty or ninety ii
number, which tliev afiervy'irds tlid estnhlisli bv rh
act of under the auspices of the notarem
Reuben M. Whitney; a system which, as whikt
doth the drunkard, bloated and finally blew up inn
currency, after debauching the Government ntt'eer
with a spirit of peculation which I have striven I'm
vears os hard to expose as they have tocowetl.
and after ruining thousands of the People by stimu
lating that mse for spe-u'alinn which the Preside!,!
and his party liavosince so insolently denounced.
Knowing thfirrne.v.vl'fln.Y at the time to be file.
hollow, and hvporriical, as t knew their rea' dc
signs In he foul and fatal to the rountry, I united
hear ily with my Opposition fri"iius in the endeavor
to prevent the greater evil of two and to demon
strate the trulhnf our convictions astnthe promises nj
"the. parly." Accordingly, when the House pr o
ceeded, on the 3d day of January. ls:)ij. lo consider
a proposition submitted bv Mr. Gamble, of
Georgia, the day before, and which seems now t'
be forgotten hv the President ti''d the friends of hi
professed poiicv. to wit :
" Resolved, That the Secretary of the Treasury
'be directed to communicate tit this House whether
'in his opinion, it is practicable nr convenient fin
that Department to col'.eo'. snfelv keep, and di
'hurse the public moneys of the United States
'without the. agency of a hank or hanks, anil, if so.
'In reuort in this Hose the best mole, in his npin.
'ion, bi which Unit n'lject can he ac.cn'np'is'ied"- -
A motion was marie bv Mr M'Kim (a nr inincn'
member of the Committee of Weys and Means,
and a friend of the Administration) that the said
resolution tin lie on the table. And the question he.
ing put on this motion it. passed in the affirmttiie :
Yeas 103, nays S7- The Administration member
voting in the affirmative, and the Opposition, my
self in the number, in the negative. This was the
first t ril of their sincerity.
Monday, January the 3th, IMS, Mr. Gambi.f
renewed his proposition in another f 'rui. hot to the
fame effect, and it was allowed to he read and or
dered In li' on "the table." This was the second test
of their sincerity.
Tuesday. February 10, 1835. "the House pro.
ceed'd to the consideration of the hill (No. Ii1!:))
'recnlating the depnstle of the money of the I'ni'ed
'States in certain local banks" A motion iva-
madehv Mr RrnnTRTStvi, of Virc'iiia. that the sab
bill he recommitted to the Committee of Ways ami
Means, uiih instructions so In amend the some ;.
o dispense with the. agency or instrumentality nt
tanks in the fiscal O'lera'dimsaflhe Gnvernmen'. On
the 1th-of February, 'he question recurring on
Mr. Rohenson's n.'",in. it. was put. and derived in
the negative: Yeas 91. nays 115: every Opposition
member, including myself, in the affirmative, am'
the entire Administration purty, excepting ah-en-tee,
in the negative. This was the third test ol
Again, the question, on the same dav, recurred
on the mi'tion made by Mr. Gordon to amend the
said hill (No. 5(5:1) by striking out a1! thereof after
the enacting clane, and inserting his proposition,
the first section of which made the collectors, at
places where the revenue should not execd
dollars per annum, the agents of the Treasurer to
keep and disburse the same; the second section ot
which provided that. nt all places where theatiiouiii
of public revenue collected should exceed the sine
of dollars per annum, there should he ap
pointed hy the President, by and with the advice
and consent of the Senate, receivers of the pah! c
revenue, to he agents at the Treasurer, Sir ; an
the third section of which provided that, " Avon a'l l
'after the nay of, the nho'e revenue nl
'the United Stales derived from customs, lands, or
other sources, shnlt he paid in the current coins of lh
'United Stales" This amendment, vou perceive,
proposed in substance, from a dap tobe sprcijled. to
divorce th" Government from all batiks, by collecting,
ke.pnu, and disbursing the revmue, fty the hands ';
public officers, in specie. And on the question
Shall the bill he so amended ! it was decided in the
n'galivt: Yeas 33. nays 161 ,Vui a mernl'er of tlic
Administration party, except James M II. flcn'e, ;
Virginia, toting in the affirmative ! I voted in tl.i
affirmative ; and this was the fourth test of the
sincerity of "the party" In their professions of di
vorce fro.n hanks and of ""gold and silver cnrrn-v."
There was one verv important measure, however,
in the form of an amendment to tbU lijM, for which I
did vote, meaning to pass it in good earnest nm'
for good reasons. After Gen. Gordon's amend
ment had failed, Mr. BlNNRY. a leading Opposition
member from Pennsylvania,' neriouslv ofp-red u
series of salutary amendment, which were in
tended to ensure the safety of the depo.iie banks,
nnd of the money of the United States entrusted
to their safe-keeping. Among others, he otffrei'
the amendment requiring eBch deposit hank ''to
'keep in its vaults an amount of specie which, t
get her with the balance of all its accounts will
'specie-paying hanks, should he equal to ane-f.fih of
the amount of its notes and bills in circulation;
and its public and private dnposites." This amend
ment, with tho aid of some six Administration
mombcrs, was. on the 11th of March. 1335, pasted
bv Opposition votes in the affirmative, yeas 109. nny
00, 1 voting in the affirmative. The next day, Mr.
PtUMMRB, of Mississippi, nri Administration mem
ber, moved a recnnsi leralinn of this vote, and on
7Jiursday, February 10th, 1S35, the question recur
ring on Urn motion ot nr. I'liunmer to reeansi ler. it
was put. a id passed in tlinr affirmative, yeas 119.
nays 109, hut nine absentees of those who had no-
peared during the session, apdth" yoie taken after
0 call or the House, the entire A lminislratinnparly.
,Kicept four, voting in the nffirmalite, arid thus to
.defeat this specie clause, which had once nasserf, and
which, if jt hod become a part of the denosite ad.
would have provided the greatest security eeainst
those terribl expansions and nier issues which the
President has ao much deprecated. And let me
liereieruark, that after llio action on these amend
inentsot sir. Hmney, aome or wiiicm were incorpor
ated inthe bill thtui cropoted, Mr. Polk, the Admi
istration organ inline ilouse, never again. I believe,
called up that b II ; it was smothered because it did
not leave every tiiiug discretionary with tho Execu
tive, and the country vnHtcitfmut a law regulating
its public deposit until ,'ulv. 110! This was.
therefore, a fjtk instance of "ine j.arty iiypoc
Ti It ccntinuii iitft rceh
XXIJCj l livi ng.
FAYETTE, MISSOURI. APRIL IS, tM0.
OO-O.VE PIlRsinnXTlAL 7'7MfC0
Proposed by General .Irn kson Uissun led In Van
HurenTun Prorr.B ri,l establish it by tlie. e.'cr
n'ort of General Harrison.
-TUB TRUE MiPVllUCAN TICKET.
William Elciari ISarr ison,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
John Tvlcr, of Va.
Sominttionshy the Whig Canynlinn of Missou
ri, assembled in the Cili) of Jeffrrton,
Monday, October 'isl, l-lil).
JOHN H. UL!lK..-f Hnwonl C.unty.
F'lK IJK'IT. n"VI'.IIXIn,
JOSEPH BCX.Y.-.f Str.rpMPvii'vc.
For Electors of I'reii 'ent ami Vice President of llu
PfllUPCOI.E. of Vasi,inLron.
jnrsP.piTC nnnw v. i.r St. t ools,
s4 MUEI. c rv'-:N. i.r lack-on.
STEPHSN CLEAVER, of Ralls.
The fit's-i oeii::il inot'titf.' "I" the Tippe
riiiop Cnl "I H'tw it'il ; unity wi'l lie 'i' li'
n tlie Ctitifi-I L.tisp. it) l'nv etto, in I r i -l
iy the. liMP t!t il iy l' Muy. tif the pit P"M'
i! iit'i'inizitt'' I'm- diitv liv he r ti '
tlie nei'.cssu' V nlD'-ei's- the C'Uitil Pitt'
lie Township. I; i't In j ci ovt-iy rt.i'tn r .
is well ns everv fiicilil nf lliP c.itise wiLi.
nienil i' tliey can-.
Bv iil'iJci'of tlie (!'til.
l'l.r.'ir.i'.NT I'lio ri M.
TIip vonernlilt' s.ildior tinil Otiristinn
H'Ikisc n line thus attests tlip nrilrr lorn
meeting of tin; 'I'ip if cunoc Clti't. luis liecn
is true nnd w inn henrleil ;i IVienil : s pvrr
voieil lor Gphpi'.iI .Incksnn or .Martin Vnn
!?iipn. With tlio pxnmplo of such niPti.
-Till scon s lipsiilos hiui, of every o'p ;i n '
p.ontlition ol Ii.p, who huvp tniil the udmin.
strut iin liec-'Uise it li:is(pijt th intoip.sts- n1
the country, anil in? p im-ijiles vvhu h
Ifoiiolii it into power. with the exiimp1!'
if Xk.w Yurk Hi' itsri.F hpi'iu p us. wp run
FFoim t.o hpiifthi! t iiiiits of tliosp who in-
'orprcl ptilmcul consis'encv to inean tiotli-
inu Imt sticliino; to mux. Of all nien. those I
vho votd F.m M:tt'tin :n I'liron hi hi-j
I st canvass, and who vkt sm ip'irt him. are
he most slavishly 'ncovsistknt. The nnlii-
Iprs. alone, who voted aoainst him IipI'oi'p.
nt whom lie has now juivf." on the snh-
trpasnry qupslion, can prptPiiil to :mv con-!
istenc.y in ihe support :hey trive him now.
I.iitwenre winning nid it is lor the losers
'a fret and scold. Wo join in the hope
that the assi'inhltiiie will h" hi'-jr-', tcul that
h"ir organization may lP such as to render
ei'tiiiii tlie triumph of th u'iat juiticiplcs
nvol cd in this impirt:in: canvass. Demy
i nipnibcr o! iIip ('Inh, we arc an'lioi iz"d to
ay that iIum'r docs nut vxist the most dist
nt intPiiiion to iiomiiituc a county ticket,
'i-any liiiogof the kind. hut to leave the
sklkitiiin and I'.LKcrtoN o! tlie servants ol
'ho people to the people themselves on the
:1d of August, as ordainpd in the Consiiin-
i.in. In othoi' counties there may Ijp a tio
ipssity for a iliilerent course on both sides.
o such npcessitv exists in this and a la fire
nnjoriiy of the people tire opposed to con
verting this iMF.nciNK ot . PAurr into paii.v
food lor the ppoplp. Vnx l'm't'i.t. Vox D::t.
THE WAR I IV Al'ith A !
Having fully vindicated ourselves and
ii'u candidate against the heresy ol
Abolitionism.'' wo pcopose to show whai
were the views and It'elinL's of the leading
f it'llilsoi Ma'I'uin Van liuai'.N. din itiii tlie
crisis of Ins fust canvass lor the Presidency.
I'lu-n. Tti-.y PI.AYKH Fori tub votf. hftiik.
Q '1 1'l'li Nisis, a nd Would have C'll'iniied t"
!o so Ian for the cmTUpt i-oaliiion which he
Ins formed with Calhoun and the .Nul ilieis
l theSiiirrn. In proot ol this we iniuh'
;o to the rohinin.s o tin ew Hcdl'md M r
cry, (the Ivlt'or of which is now the I'.tli
or ol the X ishv iile L'nicn.) and to various
thers in the (lilli-icnt Stall's who
.iljecl the must ho!v horror ol the hare men
lion ol the sullied. But il is .siilticictit !'!'
our pu: po.M) to simply " cross the MUtirc."
iivl cnier the identical sanhedinm Irom
whence recently h is p lined lrh the most
,)ili able nioiiiiings the most unmanly s!an
iers in re. fen nee to this cpirstii n. A I' lend
a.is forw arded us the lollowing, copied from
the coiinniuiii: iii ni of a favored demo
uraiie" correspoiident. whii h appeared in
tlie Boon's Lick Denincral of the I hlh tl
May, 183j. Hear it, read il, tmil show it
to your ne.glihors nnd all other iionkst nien.
mil Iheu stick il up side by idc with the
Democrat of hist month :
From the liuon't Lick Demount Hlli, May, 1S:35.
' Il l mist. iko nut it is tho (roiierul if mi th
iiuiversnl opiuriiti in the S'lOe that the I'liol t.n
vill vole F"K it Coiivenliiiu in xt Aaoiist. It i
Tielievci) I he present ('unsiiiiiiioii mt he iimuii
led uii'l iiuonr to he iori.-a lo l. hat I. itiul ilium
ither' have h.-en ihiiikmg ahoul mi nitielo to
he incorporated ; th,. new t'ous' iiutioii of pu r
tuioiinl iuii'iriunr .viiich ieihup", whs no:
'hniiyhl of when tho Leoi.sl.uuio pass.-d the law
on the sulij-'t't of the C uivi'iinii. Ami il is ut
ile r n.orul) iti( in me, us mi unkvnvcriuK deni .
-rut, as ono aim is iirouil to net with I ho ureal
,mi iy in lliis S:te, and throughout the Union,
who for equal rights, for true i'tuihliciin
principles, lieu some of our party were not the
first to support the niiuiiidiiiciit. Iut, it has a t
r hip'nod,l)ot, 1 ear) tint doul', until oou' rain
ed to do so hy evidence, tlmi iho durnocracy of
Vtissouri will or pun hn he'oiinl the Fedorulisls
tic.., in piving their heartv sanction to nnv and
"verv itiensitre which will no termti'i"titlv to
sinldish theilontriiie tniioh' in tilt; DF,f!fi R.-
I'lON OF INni,f,F.M)h',.CK. Urn. I w.:
keep von 'r. It , r. cor v ti r renders am
i nner in sosnense. The tu tiele I nlUldod to is
no which will introduce jji'inliiiil eoitiiii'ioniion
I do not menu thm the Ciuiveotioit slniohl inter
ere nt nil wi'h nnv tvhonre mi or tuiiv I"
-hives win n the (loovetitinn sliull hnv" mi t. hie
i'I those who tony ho horn in the limits nf lie
"St me nl'tor it given day shall he frte nt a given
If there were or pnlitienl principles, no mnrn'
or relijrious principles involved in this matte
at nil. it is impossible lu Hll oaisl see who w i"
Ifiok. 1 1. nf trierclv nil llie fenro of si.lt'ish IOI''
inotceiin ry principles il would he the hesl thici'
hut ever has or i ver coul.l lie done for lie
"state. We have the soil, the riti'u ril ihIvhii'm
70s. the eliionte, Imii we luck 1 hp peoplo. Alio'.
th thp pritii i;ile ol shivi'rv. 'ho' i's exepu'i'o
10 n ihs'iitit iliv. ntel p.ipuliiti.iri would teen
;tnoieliiitt'lv iii'n .oil-S'-iti ; wloeh would soni
"Hike il nipocs the fi'si m iv S'n'ea In il"
L'niotl. Look nt Illinois! iM.lin.e,!! ...d fit,;.,!!'
A SL WKII'UjflF.'!.
Who the "slaveholile1" w;t whether otp
irpsent iloini--it1 ic"' cand'd.t'e for Govpr
noc, or sorrip other erjnallv p'ivi'pu'ed cof
"psponilent of the es,:i,'!ishmpn' iv1''
wonted then ''t'Ka m a n kvtly t 1 psin'i'ish
l-p doct ripp tatpjht in the Ok t,uATto ir
1 v vpf vc k.S'ck." that "Af.t, 'tiPti a-'P rrentpd
F'tFK "'I .(ltlAL." V'i fin ilv Ot?F.si, I' is
s'lillloippt for our picprtsps that wp Iipcp pre
sent to the contempt of 'he eonntrv the
'old stand of the self stvletl ' ilpoiorracv"
r.f that d ty. in contrast with thp hvpocri'
loal wl';n;njrs end dPLrraded s'tindors o1
t.i .1- ..I ..1 .l:.-l.l.
Tips. (HP TmHcmari wtio unn coiipii n"
neinorrnt litis s'ifcp been tho Attorney Gen
ital of the State, nnd is now one of its
'"mprrrri" Jttrr;i..'s in virtue of nts notions
of "the DeelaiMtpm of Independpncp
Wp loathe and ub, 'initiate sivh portion
"f oip- ,!nt as this 1. tit it is thp fi the
pountr that thr- niiseratitV "shift hip too'
turninn." to wlool, tho tortpcitisi nnd 1111.
s-trrulv pobcv of Matlin Van llu re .1 t-pdip-es
3 folhiwp,,s. shoit'il It p,-Piid out i.nfo'e
Wp sh'dl h"nep rnnt'-nup to hunt up
ri n M reeoril tiik fcts. Inavinrr tin inteinriept.
ind loliL' i'huspd peop'p to make their o.vp
tist commentu ics. That commentari
will hp read in the electoral vote if at i.f.at
twenty States for the sTtiAintiT F"u aic
soldier and R'a'psm.n of Ohio. Ever'
hodv knows where I" find him in peace
if in "tir in a slave state or free state.
lint to come a little nearer our home
ifliiirs : Our correspondent (for whose c . no
namication wc have not. room to-d.iv) i
eorrect in the assumption 'hat -'this hiit
of abolition (tit Ip:is') will icipiire exphm-i-
tion at the hands of JhiIlip Ue ti"'(ls. A'
the (imp it was written lie was univPi sa''
iPijaided :is the author, nnd it is rn le'l'ievo,!
that he will even now cither risk a denial.,
or procure it to he fathered hv some oihe'
correspondent of the Democrat if there
were nnv others dtirio that summer. T'
he should, there is certain other testimony
v h'i'll may be sjiven to the public."'
We have not leaned whether the Jo
touches much" on Abolition in his- speech'
or not, but the people htt e a right to h"ai
him Fi'i.i-v on Iht' subject Even th "orad
n il"' course here coiitended for woit'd cos'
infitiitelv more than the system ol liiternn'
Improvement which is now the specia
theme of the parly's denunciation, and
could not Pe commenced, mucn less accom
plished, even under the auspices of nts ad
ministration, without either ilepnpu'niing
the Stale, at once in' rodip'iiig a species ot
population (inthe negt -ops w ho h id w 01 lied
tl-eir lime out) with whom the laboring'
classes of our citizens ought tint tu bd as-.
V e shall recur to ibis subject espeeia'l)
should Judge Re no'ds ileuv the author
ship o. the piece, or a concurrence in the
views it expresses. We can scarcely flat
'er t in selves w ith the hope ol hi ing chip
pli'iieh't'd by a reply from the I'ciiincrat
or the article in the tMoi kholdcr, of Wed
i.ck lay w ecl:. on 1 i:k sami: subjki.t. but more
iiiiKi'iLv coiict ping our coteinporarv.
would have doubtless received Ids ultctitii n.
We commend the prudent silence of per.
pie. especially when they have nothing to
,:,v and as, in respect lo this subject, ii
has doubtless been caster to publish sun.
1 f.hs against General Harrison than to gain
say the iiii'Tti in refeietice 10 one of it
own friends, we shall lie able to judge o'
the depth to which e have driven the iron,
tiv the measure of the ''dignified silence"
assumed by our cotenipornry. Clark (pom
ellow) never belonged to this "'dt icratir
party" and prefers, we presume, thai such
e tiroes as uiav be born ins, "alter a liiven
'ay" shtill cither wotk to pay for their r its
tig, or help raise his own children, he has
hail six 10 his competitors one or otherwise
be disposed of according to disown notions
ol humanity. In short, General Chirk and
the llanison parly are satisfied with our
Constitution as it is in that respect ami if.
Judge Reynolds, or any other "democratic"
slavehohlef" likes those of Illinois or In
diant better, let them no there .ind be
Governor, for all we care.
Goon ! A loco fneo editor in 1'ennsyl
vaniu savs that I'ennsvlvania is as safe for
Van 15ui'jn its New York or Ohio! This is
very justly termed by the Nevr York Star
PROG RES3 OF THE CAUSE-IN
The Tippefirtnoe Club nrr holdina meet.
;n'.'s in the Townships nnd river Towns
for (he purpose of explaitiing their objpet
irvl ndding In their nunihpi's." The one n'
ftlastf ov, on Satiifda- list wns numerousl'
it Ipluled, nnd, nlthotlgh "in lite midst of the
"ni'inv's ceitniv," between SO nnd 40 sub-s-tantial
citizens rnrolled themselvps ns
'nembprs. Gentlenipn who were therein
ortn us that the very best spirit prevailed
indeed, in tho nrcea:'ion of some fil'ifpn
nrones to our subsc.riition lit. we bavp e
tiatifvivj evidence that thp pnop'p tire n'
'n.,.Tt spekinri tup. Titt:Ttr. Pm-inT I'd-'
veek. nipplings are being held nt H'tvs'.
it Rohb's. nt Myers", n 1 nt Y'up'"" :
ind through next week, tl cv will he held :.'
'I'p li;-ir'k Sehnol llopsn (in fonitplU.'l a'
"v Franklin, nt Jos. C""per's nnd n'
'I i'-kley's School House. The m"et'ng o'
'hp w'n p Club, for the Ml''posp of efeetnti'
irgnniz ition. will b- in the f lonrt-IIopcp (m
hi the yard, if the house should be (00 small
m ' fon hn . the 41I1 r.f .v.
Jtri'ie'dse'v ten months from that dm.
'bp oid Ilpro will bp inauuiutpd a'
..Preslilpn'"' not "of thp Cub."' but of tip
Vlpit.r. CK ipr.v, CopiMl'p, FAUMnn 1 (ailf-
'p, Tka- '-is! Com-ige, Mf.iicuants !
Toiifiige am, ! Th'-.mgh the mists of the
' p ivy clou I which hangs over vn'tr prof,
pprity. tlip glorious sun of deliverance is
'00 d'stinc'iy visilile to admit of despair.
Steady ! All will nF. wf.i.l. Missouri
may he the last, when she ourrht to he tl p
7iu.sT.to tpwarl the sel'-s -lerifjcing pat rim
.1' Ohio hut let thai in no wise dispirit the
thuk men. of everv pirtv. from doin r f
asi TiiKia duty. The, reproach w ill riot
Itlacll to TUF.M. "f lUFPts.
Rinep the foregoing was In tvpn. we have
onvei'sed with t;entlem,,n who were :r
' T i v s" and, 11 ibti's. on Wediiesdav a-'i'
'l'hut'ila, nnd nt Mvors" op vest idav.!
We have ti"t room for the heart cheetiio
'ot.'iils' which they bp'tr ns if. indeed, i'
were no.'.ess irv logi e them. Tie- cent''
nen who hive been nvsi active in tips
nrop?r and popular movement may wel
hoar with c'lnte up'uciis prt I - and in !t i'-r-'tice
the ArFKi TKi success, tin I the impoten'
-1 go, of the conductors of t'te 0 hy 10
which is issued bv our '.otempor irv . A'
Myers, on xesterd iv we nndcsMnd ("'.
'lircb only so far con les -en !"d to nofee i'
n his speech, as to rend aloud such portions
if it i.-ie'ittl to ("ii'u. il'irrisou, and then
11 turn to the Hpt itiiFs and the Jouiinai.1
which he had on the ground, and provf. tb
vnsoLi.'TF. men l ici'v of its various false.
Iiooils. Turning to the f-uu'i) Col. H-
shed vt;o were the rF.Morn.,ric (-Ivors o'
this filthy sheet, and t! e lid ilicloov'
ri which he also h id yc-nved the most abap-
loned uiilriiths ? "Tiif.v aiii: tiik mk.v. n t.-L'lW-crrizi
N's. who iiavk i.pcfi v k:i vou rmi
VI.Al'.s, U I I'll SICIUtt ri'.RVKIISI'iNS IT TttrTI!
vn: who vkt sf.f.k tu i-kchvk vot;, nT't.t
vOIIK AS'O Mi'RF. T" THK O V'oiN- op vt'f
1 1 11.' NT 11 v an: mink and vet spi lt if." : i 1 . . '
such presses hive the brazen cil'ionterv P
.utijut'e you to stay nw-iy from soch m",i.
tigs as this, and to lierevc notihno whicl
tipiy be said by a Whig !"'
?ilr. Lnonird takes the field to-dav r,
Young's (or Moniteau) an-l will address'
ip- peiipl.' next week in di Terctlt places ii.
the lower etui ol tl.e county. Withstio!
men such a cause- ar.d be'ore a people a
upright, intelligent, and awakcneil as tip
republicans of llow'od we have even
thing lo hope and n.iihimjto lear.
1 niiitlStLX AT llOMIl.
At the city election in Cincinnati, the w -son
Democratic majoipy ens I GGS !
We have not room for detail. Tip) follow
ing ex'vact, from a spiri'.ed account of th.
election we take from the Cillciiiu iti Re
TIIH u'li'T.F. Ul'GUI.MH.Y NOM-
..nail::) h i.:::m. Di:.iOi UATic
riCKKl" IX L'.Vi-iRV WARD IN Tilt.
s-'ITY (with the nnlv exception of the Con--tihlc
iii the Tl.ird Ward) Filci V A 1 1 .U i
AT Till: L'.l.l'C l'10 ON MONDAY 1!
Everv eN'Ttioii p. ssinle was made by tl.e
..KsTuui "iivfs to run ill their candidrles.
i)ur',I.og Cabin" ti cket was couuterl' i td.
uid tickets beaded "Harrison Ticket," but
cinitaining the names of some of their can
didates, were distributed. and some o'
their c.inili.lales declared themselves t the
poiis Ihiri isoii men.
T III; OLD L$- Y Si'ATF,.
The Raliimoie Patriot says : "As a
sample rd' the results in the town electtop
in Massachusetts this spttng. we may in
stance the town of Springfield, in wind
Morton (I,. F.) bad a majoiiiylasl fall o
.'C votes; but now the Whigs have elected
their ticket bv an average majority 0!
170." ' 2
We have a great nu.ntier of communica
tions on hand, which, for want of room,
must he deferred. We regret we cannot
publish them this week, pirticulatly one
over the signature of "Fair Play," giving 11
very humorous account of the gentleman'.
speech, in replyjto Col. Rhch at Glasgow a
tew il'iys since. Verily, the Locos at Glas
gow must be hard pushed for speakers when
they are obliged to pay a blackguard to vin
dicate their cause, as thev did in that case.
We have received divers le'.ter this
week, Irom Randolph county, complaining
of the non receipt of the "Timks." Op
nrik ing inquiry at the Post Office in I his
place u e have ascertained the eause tin
mail U tgs ark too sM'Lt-.and the Times wu
crowded out. Th" I'ost m ister informs ns
he fiiled the hags to th" brim'1 nn I it W is
impossible lo get the I In 1 1 1 v i 1 1 0 package
in." This is th" on'y excuse we can olioi
'"or the nmi arrival of the Times, genlh
men. If our bsl continues to increase in
Randolph, we shall bp ob'iged lo start n
nail on our ''own book,' unless Uncle
Sam enlarge? his mail bigs, for it will never
mswer to deprive our patriotic subset ibers
in Randolph of theTiMKs.
D-7" Our readers sec our r oiuhtion. To keep
op wit Ii iho nH'Ires.s of the Central Cotmnittee,
which we continue to (ley, find lo ropy n few
items of the ninn- important news hy the mails
ficriipies our whole, space. If wc had room we
nihjlit he temp'Cjl in amlyze the "clawing nff' of
our rotenipoia.y in refnea-e to Ips Mormon le:
!ci writer. Ami: luscovrtttso that it iiap
sTAiirr.n Tttr. v.tono cami.I Wo ive verbal
reports, ntirl nnuiher Itucr aoin Carroll, spea'iinff
even nmre strongly, nnd a'v'p? ipflacntial nnives,
hi rnf'M'rnce to tho of. 1 ts of Cl-n k's speech. Ru'
we mast fnici:o them lo.iiay. The "Hnrrt' finp"
eorresrondent of i!:e DeaiO' rnt writes In dnhf I
toics. We are rejoiced to read such r ,-iiniPnni.
cniitnis, coui'l.cil i,i si ich ill. concealed despair ps
ill's nod the "Jackson B iy." We do not wonder
d.al, in the (lHsne,at:on of such men, the buffoons,
l.ttziieito's nnd hlnckguords of party are stima.
luioil lo hreik lli" force of the nrguntents and far Is
of such men ns Dirch anrl Leonard, by rl run k en
luiffonnery. Tiipy rannnt he met anrl answered
and tho 1 oiiteipplihlc resource nt Glnsgnw may
'ie again repeated wiili the saiee suet ess- the
success nf rn.v'n'.-ing oil tespeelahlo men of the
rottenness of h (311-0 wliith has to rely on fuel
ateaits. Oar nppei1, on tlia contrary, is to the
ini n.i.iGr.cr. and the patciotism of the a;e
md that n ipcil will Le succfi'Ioverwlio!i!i
More when we have renin.
coll; i bi ai.e academy.
Mi:. Enn on: Nm w ith i pod ng your pap. r i e
voted chiefly to p iliticiil inteliigence, I h"? nprini-
-:. n t" pi'e n lirir f sheti Ii of ti e cxhmir.ntion of
'.e t ntients of this in-t if ntioa. which too' pluce in
foliinibiti, on Inst Tiiesilny nml Vei!nei!vj under
h" supervi-ton of its preceptress, MissL. Moore
Tlie liir'e niii'i' er of pr-ons pre-en' on the or
risM.n. n tl''rile,t nnii!e evidenc" of I lie corn n fnd :i hi
ircrest v!jicii vvii'-t-'lt hy the pnhlie, ii) refereiet
0 ihermi-eo.'' Fenmle eiliientinti. A' a:i ejirly hoot
iiri'iit-', iruiirilittiis .snd Iriemls etteuded. inspire'
v w arm ti ml profoiuni uP.ry, in reln'ioo to th
Timr r in wliicli tin" stodpnis would ncqnit ti pn'
lives on so Poportntit nn t)C".sctl. A pcr-oiai
'I'lii'niice. diiritifT toe exuniinmiiin eii'i'i'.'s tne t
ny, wi:h .df::si re. th! tl.r- most s:i c.o.ine lat."
od l.tfl e'.i expncnt'ijus nt" tiie friends nnd pu. r-jn
.I the AcfcVnw were i.apiiily rcili"d. The iinoi.
;i rin which the --(.di -tits withsturd iL r.'o-t'ol nil'
rl'iriil pxiiininn'iiai, l.v llu-teni'i.cr nnd iliir.'rn
" onii,' r-s of t t.e n mil f rce. 1 espoKe p. pruisow .,-0.1 ;
'il'ijer.ce 'Old ini'.iis'ry on the putt of the pupils. 10
Up 7,1.11 1 1 ,i; upd perse wrMtiu 'if( -rt s on 1 he pu rr 1 j
h" 'IViictier. Afo-r-t ,',iri""ii' i-nijr-c 0! iciff.
-1 fr:iii ri.s 10 the cns--.i i" .1 -i' in-ti ' re":o u p.i v j
1 " n ir I : - i i ti rioeti.er, A ' ''lent .-. .! b.-h"i. 1 1 i ' rv ;
PI. ,t. I.'i.lil i ,r I' ,.,11 IV.HI. n, l.,..
hi' s1 ocn p -. r-1'!1' coriipo e ioc: rne oi,-n:ii,: v. tn p-nt
::ote .'ind r?r ii'ito':s sy,. hich they di-pined.
i.'.'.r;' d cin e t'or l-v.dv "yiiiiiition ti) tl e '"rifiid- i '
.niiti.l i 1 1 ; ti r 1 1 "in' a Wi'liou'. iilitriulinif nn Vei
:.v o r:l ii iotii I rei;,.oUs m ru'trd to these iiifeiiei't
i nll'i"-' ot' ii,e ,":n h'.dies pi-root iris to iiocr
; eir iti.tees. iuti ti ti shee ts upon wlpcii tliei:
mi eos inn s were wriiti..'i.
Mis- A. U.iniin The pecnlinr t't'd hnppv nd-ip"
tHfi'iti which fxisij. t!.r,-i!(Thoiit ti e o-Jis uf Nature
.Miss 1. .Tin'.! Tim I.-.us ,.f Nature.
' E Millar Kiio'li';e.
' M. Beii-i.n Enrly I'opresicn.
" M L. I'.irl.ei' riea-iires uf Employment.
" K. I'rovices Ci'riospy.
" (1 P l i'zU r--Me-ii: of 'afjre.
M. Ti nill-The Sun.
" S liic!:s !.'ii,di,es.;.
" N". Stoic A I.elier.
" N Vni.oliii !)ecription of a Eor.t Scene.
" M. Moaner Kesidve &. Execution.
" S. 'oodsoll - A Letter.
" J. Viiiiliorii L"i:cfrii!iniyof Uutnan AtTUir-
" F. .1 S.vi'zh'i Nm iciition.
" II Khhl A pp'ei;eiiioiis ot' I,ns.
" M. E Uarr The Eurili, a tSccne cf lip
' V. V'nrliorn Hi-lnry.
" S. Ih'iV'in'. lli-torv of a Dyiiar.
' i. Hid; Scrin-r. '
' E. Il irhii rd -on iieiotll.
.1. Miiiim-i ; ) i I he si.hjects I hare fur-
' S. Skinner; S U':,''n' )
The result of tl;" ex imioation, ami tho clmriictcr
(' li e cotntio-itioas, refinetej honor b lil;e upon tin
l'eii.'1'.er nnd upon those tnnht. W. F. .
'; a:i.'.'i'. Airil tl. 10.
Fc'im l.'iC Si. I.".ii. Li a.
CUSIUNG'S LI I E ur IIAKIUSOX.
An t-d -: uii hI'ki iiiv ihnitsainl cpies nt
;liis )iini!ar work will shortly lie issued
irmii the )re.s's cf this city, intended hr (is
soniiii.iti'in iitnuuust the pt(iile. It will hp
pi inlcil in ' : 1 1 pi :1 1-1 liirm, and sent t an
p u t nf the ..uaie. Tip' I lis ru;;v of II auiii
-"N is tip: liistury (I tiie r.nunti v, ami
li aild I e re. ul hy every man in every Itntise
in tne State, and phu.vd it. llie iiatids i' tin-
wiiuig.isa nidi gdt. It is lul uf encnur
aj.('ii ( nt tu the iiung men uf the State
whether in t"wn ur uu.iri'i'y in the car
pe'eit ia;i"i' nr the L'abiii" and will
servo to show I lien, as in a luirrur, w hat
nei'jry and integrity an.! i:u: iolisin liaf
ii'L'uniili-Iied, anil may du l,n them in lik'
ii'cutiisi.'Hices. 'J'he inure we study Iht
Life ul 1 larrisun, the incie iie wins uiuii
an alleciiuiis; nnd we in e ennst rained tu he
lieve, tl.at, as he was sucuesslu! tin intyhuu'
his niililt'i'v c reer, in all his neutiat tins,
ind in nil his measures fur the pnnnot iot.
f the settlement and imprnvemctit of the
Valley uf the West, so he w ill aduiinistei
he Government ul the U. S. in such i.-.tin-iei'
as to heal llie wounds inflicted upon tin
Muntry hy the tna'.-tidtnntistration ol the
iast eleven years. We s .a l lie glad lo re
c.eive ordeis from any part i.f the State fur
supplies uf the Lifk, which will he lumishc i
it ail limes to the ti iends of the "Lug Cahiu"
and "Hard :idei" enndidite, uitiiovt
In this coun'y, f-n Thnrsdiv lnt. hv .fulin Ifnr
vey. E-q. X,r. W ILLI A M ' WOODS, to Miss
MARY ANN.Jr.tijfhterof tho I'.ev. Lytidi Turin r.
Ilrizc! ISitlc EEo'itl.
I Mills ll'Mi e. Mitin ei) upon the State rond be-
I tween nia(roiv ioid Ftjette, is row opened
'or the reception und entertainment of the travel
Thermit limit " plontifol tahle" "Market af-"ord-."
"Cnrefn, and nt'en'iv f)-iler." it. is
tli'inuht be.t to ninit. ,T. T. CLEVELAND.
Hnzel Tiidn-e. Murch 21. ltr,. Ct
"JOTFCE IS IIW.UV GIVI-v. o nil whom it
I. S rm.v oecrrn. t'oit I shnll nppiv to ll.e coiintv
Conr: of Ka'iilolp'i c emiv. at ihe next recol ir t"rm
hereof. Cr n fin! settlement cs px inor of the
Etuteof John W. Ua'-'ro.' r. ileeep.
E.-;XJ. 1IALE7. Ex-u'.n-.
April 13th. 13-20. - :;t.
I'S HF.uF.3Y CiVEV. thm. Wtn, Lo-hrhhje. Ad.
1 ininis:i-tor of the E -tute of itohnrt Ifurri-on,
!eC"a-P(l, will tiiiike Hnnlictitinn t the rext term of
he Comity ("oar" of H;iii'loli;li conri'v, "'r ru-iyna-'ion
of his AJiiii--;itorii.i;iol" s od E-tn'p ,
April 19th, s..;;,
S3 Vrlzv. of !? 2 0,000.
JIKSi 'L' it I ST A i'mHTiiUY.
For the Un-fd i,f the Sunt l.ntis Ilxtdial,
EXTRA CLASH .U. 17. IV r l?.;ti.
I'n be tlruwn in tl.ecitv of jsi, I.oni.s, oa Tliursur.y
.April I'.Otli, 15-4D.
Drnwiiii; snprii.tended hv tiie Hon. M. V. Lednc,
J. Clemens, jr. E q end C"l. J :i,.', C,
D. S. ;!!E iOftY. &. CO. M
L " vei lie.
IS L 11 E :l E .
1 Trioof S'.O.liOO
1 do 10 01 'U
1 do S.y'.lt)
1 do 2. Out!
1 do l.tk-7
10 da 1 5 0
10 do O.(.t)
10 do o.i.n
10 do 'i (ij
St) co 150
135 do ('.()
6:1 ib ott
Cii do 40
1-0 do SO
l''l do ro
6T'-0 do If)
a:i4H0 do C
is 10 000
is 10 CM)
is 1 :i7
is P, 000
is 15 SCO
frizes nrnniin'in" to fi'Dn S.::.l
Tickets imiy gS.j.lKI j liui .-s .2 ."0 ; "(miners
Jl.'jo. Orders Imhi i:ny uf ihe n.'i -dnir. ta'ca
..roinptiv mi l e-.itidenthi ily a oiolod to. nnd s-n'o.
ctits uf tiio draivinj furwurJuJ to each adver.-
James r. McDonald, st. LouU.
Ajfent f.r tlie .Muiiarors.
. WlLLfAAi U0VD.
SADDLER ty II. R .V.',' S S MA K E R ,
j.f AVINiJ iip-.ieineiirly ettl-d in IJl'..j,nv. will
- l"'n ennstiii:ly on h'uid a (f,n.H -uppiv i f
very tliinji in ,is 'ic f 'c,.i,;.., .ed'.ret
li'osi'U" il nt tit ""t. rii.l-s!;.','; ! of th.-he-t. un l
i- worl; is (f.., a ..nv i-i ti,e W...t. lie wouhl
re-pectl'idiv itivi'e flip iii'tiiu to .Mil and 1-xamir.e
or t Itprneh cs.
N B. Oati or Inn A Tjr ai'ires will be tnken t
he nbov.i htisiitft.'s ii' ,rlv n . ; i.Mi un be r.iaii".
tihi (row. M:irch It!'!'. !-.;it. c.
WE will ;mv cash for lilt.) to (10 tons of gotil
r lena henr,'' delivered in S'. E' .ii.-.
;-I ; i.N US &. .MUSRISON. 10 Front St.
" II E e'p'.'emli -e--.h r cf !" vrTTP .Ac.'.i-.fvt
I. w. c '.I'lineuee mi ii,,; I'.iur.h ?b n-'t;- f
tpril. Te.- a . for .Mti'i.en.vtc. tm-i (?' ic , a
r-tof- re A le .v r- -1-s i iutc I -t n.le'r c , n 'i - !'i;r.
.il.wl with r Jo;iis ur j j ,:i rdia" !e- t... ? i- I.
F-i'-efi, A,.r "l-t-b. I'll :,--:(
'j.i:. 8.-.j(vrs. J'i m ..r;s.v
.'.liCLtcncSsi fc Tl&Vi'-Q-,-,
CO 'I dlSS. UN MF.?v'.':( i".?.
No if) Front street. Si'. L'-TMS. MO.
J. y. Jiciifs & Cc.
WXOr.Ei-ALE A VD RVT-UI. DEALERS
is o.i udleu v. a yu ha udllh v
N. 34 1-2 North Aiui sir.-et, LOl"?, MO.
TlIE '' ''Ii ii.'.il'l I- in! "';! l;r,.u-n
ru';.'!:',' . i , .;..,.; i..,-. ....
!!!J!iSf H..'i.tc! ecu -. Mis .j'::i. ;,.r i.eily b.nt
viiiii .Mr. .Ic'-i. K Fi :ce. cm! tt'orc .--ttc-ni :y
'iy Mr-. Ov'.v. 'iHi-i. viv :- i:i r '"d rrp'iir.
in c.c.d:-ni st,.i ;,. ; (,;! u -co.-. .i:.:,tiis
;llt;iched, in line c r,!i'j: n.
The sit ice i ioa i r.ii I'ei ii : t io 1 1 'f this I ene .?'ri5
s -nri' t'liiinc nr..c (oi- .i pro.'it ii'ie i:i i-strr ' nt, b.'i: f: v.1
'" cuiiiM v s";c: io n l"-.ii' i - r ii town, at'.ci i;i :i.e in.dst
if .i niiinl ic.cre'i-itv '.ioatii a.
From the ,re eat lircuot tru ns o'" its owners,
i lii- hoic-e nmy le IimI i n tl.e mn li'-era! t "in
ei.hcr or Rent ur Turchu'e. F-r furtiier jirtic:
ELIZA BETil 0WEN5.
Fayette, Mo. April 4ih, H!0 3 if.
IHIS celebrated fo.il ee-.trr vtid ti ! r.re
L ent season, nt my r"sic'e:;ce in the icanity cf
Monciie- er, St Louis coutitr. M , tivr,:v tnilei
from the city of St. L"!ii. utid will he let io Mir.:
'it g.'.'cjtc.r the sea-oa. Toe -c .ist.r. lias uO''iii"cenv;rc!
1 1 d v il! expire! on the lio nf Joiv nex:. iuiurc:.a
is now i tried nml a ;cpr . t-d S'nllion. He is tl.o
-ire of Mary Kandciiuh, '1'o'jni c onit, Jn!i::'i.
Veto, Jnliii Biir'mi, Ilniin, Tvrant, Muri Eoil, nj
i l.ot of otlu r Ils.'e Horses, !"0 nn a tous to nn'ii
'ion. lie is nKo tl.e sire cf Jo:.!; C. Saeroer.l
ftrriiic, out of lilac!: Z'.iar:, i:c.
April 4'h. 1340. a 7w.
John iSr.ljivnn & o3
General Cnminis.inn .U.'-cAuis, U,:':imore, Mr!.
TTEND parlicalurlv lo salt s c f Tohnrco, and
C. other (iroilnce inn ke lihcrni advances nn con
signment, and prompt to furnish iiifrmatti.n n te
nurl.e'a when required.
Dr. Jim. B ill. filnseovr, Mo.
Mers Von I'nhl & Mcftiil, Sr. L''iii, Me.
' Erkin cSi Eiclielherjjer, Ealiimore, Mil.
" Joseph Tuylor &. Son,
" Duval, K'tiehler i; Co. " '
" Connuly c& Elder, New Orleam.
' L"i'ard Muittic'tt'i, Esq. "
April -1th, 1S40. 33
John StrtSSj i& Co.
1 Vio.V'iu e jiici Retail Grocers and Ctinm.i(iu;n.
MERC HA V''S,
N. 24. rvter street, ST LOUIS MO