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WOODSTOCK, VERMONT. THDRSDAY EVEN1NQ, JULY11, 1511. 1'OR GOVr.UNOR , DANIEL KELLOGG, OFHOUIUNflllAM. FOR LIF.UT.GOVERNOK, WYLLYS LYMAN, OF BURLINGTON. I'OR TltLWSURER, DANIEL BALDWIN, OF.M0NTrEI.IER. For Slatc Scnators, Edward Jackso.v, 1 JoiI.V BUCKMASTF.U, Rutland Co. McitRlTT Ct.ARK, ) Elijaii F.vur, Elijaii r.vuR, Loren Giuswold, Eunuzcr Bass, J Orange Co. IIOMEK E. IIUUBELL, ) PniLir S. G.vrr.s, Franklin Co. Cvnus Hotciikiss, ) YOUNG HICKORY. TIIE "COON I1UNTER." Thc growing populnrity of the namebestow cd upon our candidatc by tlic coons, would ocem to iiulionto, clcarly euougli, tlnt it is destined, within a few months, to becomc as poworlul nniong the people ns the com mon dcsigiinlioii of tlic licro of New Or leans was in his most glorious tlays. Thcri is maj; ic in thc nnine of Hickory! Il is n wonl of fcar to our cncmiea. Hickory boitghs ar as ccrtain death to thc coon as bt.ick ash lo the rntlle stiakc. Onc word to thc democracy of the stalc. We can live by the pricc at which "Tlie Coon Iluiitcr" is published, oiily by a largo list not less than 10,000. Wc shall s-paro no pains to makc il smait, and wc liopc tlic democracy of tlic statc will give us a list by which wc shall uot Inse nny tliing morc than our labor tbat is all we nsk. Let somcoiic in cvery town makc the work of prociiring subscriplious n inisincss niatlcr for a few days, and our list will walk up to the 10,000 in n weck. Wc ihink ono or two democrats in eacb tovui can .if ford to speud onr. or two days for iIiccimisc, in procuring Mthscriptions, ns wcll as we can alTord to give our tnnc for thc cightcin wcch tliat wc proposc to publish il. Windsor Couuty sliould givo u& 2000, at lenst. Thc nc,t timc you hold a mcoting in yniirscveral tou-us, takcup n conlriliution. Vou can raise mouey cnotigli in thnt way. to pay for all you will uccd. Rccollcct.tliat this is thc Prcsidonlial year, and tliat yon have cvery thing, ns Ilcpiiblicans, at stakc. If you cvcr intcnd to rully in dcfencc of thoprinciples'of thcconsiitution, you niust rally now. Tlic clcction of Ilenry Clay will be a disaslcr from wbich it will lake you years to recovcr. Dcvote, tlien, for once, your whulc strcngth to the cause of YoU.NIi HlCKOIlV. MR. POLK, AyJj'rffFl'A IIIFF. The Philadelphia PcnnsylvnniJii of.Mondny con lains tliu rnlltitvitig rcply of.Mr. Polk, to tliu inicr rog.itoriMof a roinlenl of tliat city. It is Iruly n clearand most cxplicit oxprcssion of Ii'n viewa 011 lliii important sulijeut view in porfcct accord nnco willi tlic dcmocraiic sentiment, and tlic truo liilorcstn oT llio rounlry. Columbiu, Tenncuce, Junc 10A, 18-11. DnAiiSin: I liavo ruceheil receully ai'trrul )rtter in lefurencn lo in) opiuions on tho subject nf tliu lariff, nnil nmong olhcrs yours nl tliu aOlh ullimn. My opiuions un this subject b.ivc ofti'ii bc'iu pivi n to tlic public. 71iey nru tn bo fuuml in m y public ncl.o, nin in tliu public uHcussions in which I liavu parlicipitcd. 1 ,1111 in Civor of n l.irifl' for rcvpnuc, surh n nncns will iuld n riillicii.'iit nimiuiit tn llio 7'rc nurv tn dcfriiy llin pxppiisct of tliu (I'nviTninrnl ccn'nnniicnlly ailniiiiittiiri'd. In iidjmtiu tlm de laiUnf.i r Jvcii'm tnrill, I li;ivi; liurctolnrc panc t'uncd jiicIi ninduratu dicriininaling dulicn, n wauld produro llm ninount ofruvi'nuc nordud, and at llio s.iiiic litno nfliird n-aonalilo incidcntl pro -tecti in to our lioino indu!ry. I nni nppoiL'd tu n tarifT for piotcctinn vicrclij, nnd nnt for ruvenup. Actm upnn llirio 'ncral prinnipli's, it U w cll known tliat I :. inv suppurt to tlie jiolicy nfGcn Jaclun' ndinini'lraiinri un lliH nuLlcrl. I ntpd ngaint tlie laiill' oct of 1823. I npd for tliu act nf ISil-, wli'uli cantaincd mndifiRaliiiiiii offoino of llio objerliniiiibln protNiunt of tliu acl uf IS28, A a incinlicr uf tliu coniiniltuu ofwa) nnd inc.in Dflliu Ihttw ofltpprciicntativc", I gavo my nent tn a liill ri-portiMl hv lli it cniiunlltuc in Ucccmlicr, 1832, inal.ing fiirtliiT innilifiratinni of tliu act of 1S2S, and niaking nlso di-tcrimlnatiotit in iIib im pnMtion of llm dulics ivliicli it piopncd. 71i.it bill illd nnt pi, but wan jiipi.T'i'iii d hv llm b'tll coin tnnnly rallcd tliu Coinproin'ni! Ilill,fur uliicli 1 vo t"d. In my judgmeiit, it U llio duty of tlic cmirn- nicnt, to cxtcnd, ni fur ns it may Ite practicnblu lo do tn, by iU levcnuu I.iivk and iill nllicr incnin within it' pmver, fiir nnd jut prnlection In nll llio grcat intcrcti nf th wliolo L'ninn, fMnbracing ng ricutluru, niaiiuf.ictures, llio iiicclianio nrl, coin. incrcc, nd ntvijalion. I hoarlily npprntu the rcolulinn upon tliu nulycel. pasncd by tliu dcnio cralic national convcntion, latciy asiuuiblL'd nt Itattiiiioru. nm, with grcat rcp!rt, Duat Sir, jour nb't icrv'l, JAMHS K. I'OI.K. JoltN IC. Kant., i:t., I'hiladelplii.i. 71io rollimingnro tliu rcmlntioni of ihiulcmn cr.ilic national coincnlion, riiferrtd lo by Mr I'olk: Tliat juttico and ounil poticy fotbid tlie fedcr nl r.nvcrnincnt !o foitcr onu lirnnch of imlulry tn lliu'detriiiient of anolher, or lo chcrMi lliu inlcr cls nf ono pottior. lo llio injary ofnojher porlinn of onr cominnn cnuntry; tlnt cvury citi.en nnd uv civ npciion nf the counlry h.n n right tu dcninnd nnd iniist apnnan pfunlily oriihtnnd privilcgpj, and to comptele nnd amplo prnlection of peron and propurly from donieslic violcnco or furolgn nTP'Mon. '"Tliat it i the dnly nfcvcry branch ofllie ov pinmcnt to rnforco and pr.iclico the mot ripiil o conomy in condactin onr public nlKiiri, nnd thnt n moio retenue ought to be raised lli.in is tcquir eJ to ilcfray ihc ncr.c3:afy cipcnica nfthc govcm-mtnt." imu , ,i.,ivi vwaw ' GRAND I'OW-WOWERS POW-WOW. It is naid that the grand coon Epreero in this village numbered from seven hundred lo aboitt a hntidred and fil'ty millions of people. The hospitalities of thu cttizcns of our village wero cxlendcd to the critters as they arriv, at the Medical Ilouse, whcre the cotntnittee of vigilanco were in opera lon, slashin iiproW "iritlks," thc head siirofinnof the who'e coon rcL'iinent wns c " rcady to pcrfonn if nny delcgatc fhould "ct a bone in his throat, nnd the cntire Windsor Co. Court were on thc grotind to see tliat no delegatc took u bit of thc hind quarter without first obtaining leave of the houorable Court, or n piecc of tlie fore tpiarter whcn told tliat it "wasthu pleasure of thc court that he sliould 'chaw' the giz ard," no one wasallowed to fill his jtig at IJeusou's spring unless he had previottsly rubbed a few sugar lips over the suout to give it tlie fl.ivor of holy wnter. Ou the whole, the performaticc hcre the fourth, was rather a incagrc aflair. We have no desire to misrcprcscnt thc thing, but as evcry body knows, there was none of the euthusiasm nonc of the cxcitenicul none of thc coufidcncc nnd fiually, none of the tnen, as regards numbers, tliat was seen in '10. We expcct howcver, to see this coon-vcntioii triinipetcd over the stnto by thc Mulcskiii and its kiudred pelts nstiutn bcring from tirce to fivcor six tlwusainl! ev ctr. Therc were, umtoiibicdly, including coons, feds, carts, whigs, dogs, banncrs, congressmcn, marshals, ribous, scnators, shecp, judges, mules, stump-speakers, bot tles, tcinperaiicc-petitions, boys, horscs, dinueKiskcls, ginger-hread and quack iiicdiciucs, somc 12 or M hundred people prescnt. It would tnakc no diflcrcnce to its, howcver, bow niany therc wcrc we sliould just ns lief set thc iiiimher nt tcn thousand, as nt tcn hundred, if there ircrc so many. But as wc know the disposition nfthc coon papcrs lolic.sowcll.wetliought it hcst just to nudge the people s mcmory u little, so as lo haic thcm look nt tlie col iiinns of thecooii papcrs and see how big a lie they daro tell. STILLTIIEY CO.MK. Wc cnn sciircely open n democratic pnpcr from thc fur west, thut docs not bring out somc new cusc of wbiggery rcnounced tiud repudiated, by thosu who hnd becn led nstray from thcir dciuocrtit ic nttncbinents by thc deltisivc professioiis nnd profusc promises of the whigs, or whoforwtint of proper rcllcction, had been led to embrucc tho whig fnith upon thcir initiution into thc privilegcs of IVee nicn. Theso things, in such proftision, cxtnioi diiinry fentui o in tho prescnt cnm paign; nnd nrc well culculnted to givo n IVcsh iiiipulsc to tho ttlrendy high wiottglit nnd confident bopcs of the de mocracy, whilo they cotnc with ton-fold powcr over tho drooping nnd forlorti spirits of tho whigs. Wc hrtvo heforo us, in tho Ohio Ptitri ut thc rcntincnitions of.Ioseph nnd U. W. Estill. who boldlv coine out from tho whig rnnks and give good rensons for thcir convcrsion. It is lounded on conviction of tho diingcrous tendency of thc whig poliey nnd incasiircs, derived from nn expcriincntnl knoledgc of botli nnd they embracc deinoctncy from n beliefthnt its pi inciplcs and ineasurcs nre csscntial to the prcservation and fttll cii joymcnt of thc privilegcs of our frco in- stitntions. 'llio I'atriot accompunies thcse rccontations with the rciimrk, that "there nrc fully six hundred meii in thi "(Columbiiina) county, who stipportcd 'Ilurrison in I0dO,that no circttmstunccs "can indtice to voto for Ilcnry Clay in "1UM." Thc Clevelnnd lMnindcalcr of thc la tcst dalo has this paragraph: "CiiAN'iEs! CiiAXor.s! Wc have thc rccantiitions of over ono hundred struight out Ilurrison whigs, which wc hhall puh lish ncxt weck over their own signattircs. Sttind from uuder!" II ENR V Cl.A V OPPOSIW TO "FREH LAliOll." "A nian who has nlways becn acctistoin cd lo see all fnrts of vork dnne by his blaek slavrs, cai.NKVKIl 11 K A II TO SKK FIIEE l.AHOR PROSPEIl." . ' .. Collaiitrr, in liii fpcrch lirfore thr XViig convcntion at Woodstock, July '1th, 181-1. Therc, people of Vermont! there is ns good testimony as you can nsk for. Ilcnry Clay has "alwnys becn nccustotncd to scc all sorisof uorl; dotie by his bl tck tlavcs,'1 and tvc have alwnys told you "hc could not bcar losec frec hbor projper." 1 Ic tnade a spccch tothat cll'cct in ISl'J, in which hc said, " If Ihe f;cntlcmen teitl not nllow ut to hare bhicU iluv" they mu$l lcl u have white onci;for Vi; CANNOT CUT OOIl I't H r.WHOD, AND HI.ACK oun Mior. AM) IIAVI'.OIfR WIVES AND DAUGH TKUrf WOUIC IN TIIP, KITC1I I'.N!" and according to Juilgc Collntncr, lic has uot clianged his ricws sincc. And uow ilou't let thc pcoplc fnrgct, tlint Jtidgc Col lainer iu his spccch nt thc whig convcntion said that "n inan who badalunys becn nc customcd losec all sorts of work douc by his black slavcs could ticvcr bcar to fce frtc labor projper." And dou't let them forgct that Ilcnry Clay has "ALWAYS becn nccustotncd to see all sorts of labor dunc by his black slaves." "Ilurrah for Vovng flickorii"Tr- ty-three new democratic papers have been stnrtcd sincc the mceling of Ibe Bnltimore Coincntion. Saugu'tno as wo wcrc of tho populari- ty of our now ticket, wo confcss thnt wo aro surpriscd nt tho cnthttsiasm with which it is hailcd in cvry part of tho country. During tho lnst twenty-lour, hotirs, wc have reccivcd somo four or fivolctters from diffcrcnt individuals at Washington gtving us thc most glowing nccounts oftho rcciption ol tho nomina tion therc. Evcry democratic heart beats with hnpc and coufidcncc nnd joy, in view of the prospcct befopo us, whilst thc whigs nrc ovcrwliclmcd with disappoint mcnt, fcar and distrust. In Baltimore, Washington, Philadel- phia, Boston nnd othcr citics, grcnt nnd glorious nicctingsluivc nlready becn hcld nnd in New York they have onc this eve ning tliat wo prcdict will be a rouser. Evcry brceze briugs lo us intclligenco of a glorious apirit uniinating thc demo cratic rnnks, nnd evcrywhcro is written IIENRY CLAY IS A DOOMED MAN.Troy lintlgclt. PUT ON TIIE IIICKOIIY BOYS! If hnlf-n-dozcn lonfing coons get round you thcse days nnd bcoin to pcrfonn an ttcs, just give 'cm your switch stnnd up to 'cm, bring it n regular twirl clcar round audlctitgo on hard then ask Ihem if "white slaves" has ris? If a long-tailed bluhhcr-mouthcd coon sliould hnppcn to brussel up considerable, don't be frigblcn- cd j'Jft say "llictioitv Swircu!" lolum, nnd he'll vnnish ns quick as a mouse at the sijjht of a cat. Kf.f.1' it hefori: the Peoi'Le! that the whigs are in favor ofn National Bank! Tiry have so vutitl in Congrcss! On the Mtli ult., Jlr. Ellis, of New York, intro- duccd n series of resolutions in thc Ilouse of Rcprcscntntives declaring a National Bank to be unconstitutioiial and inoxpcdi- ent.Thc whigs Iried hard lo evnde thc issuc thus tnade,biit without avnil, The qttcstion on tlic resolutions was taken nnd they wcrc ndoptcd ycas 10!), nays 00 TIIE WHIGS ALL VOTING IN TI1ENEG ATIVE! Let this bo remcmbcrcd. Kccp it bcforo the public cye fronuiow tiutil thc day of clcction. Pass it aloug from mouth to mouth until faniilinr to cvery votcr iu thc Union. TOOBAU! Just ns one of thcppcakcrs was gcltiug cloipient at thc coon tn ass coiivciition ou thc 'lili, he remarked to show that Mr I'olk. was not c.ipablo of holding thc nflice of Prcsideut, "Who cvcr hcard of a wo inan's nniuing hcr chiliLrmcs K. I'olk.' no onc!" coiitintied this Democratic whig, lo which a cood lookiug democratic lady (we sttppose,) imniedially rcplicd, she "know onc that wns n-going to!" His houor, did'nt nsk anythiiig further ahout it, at nll, nt all. There has not bcen so large nnd eiithu- siastic n compnny of dcmocrals sccn to- gcther in this villngo for a long whtlc, ns sat dowu lo the supper at Whitucy's thc oth cr cvcniug. Thc suppcr was got up iu Whituey's tisual good styc, and evcrylhing passcd harmoniotisly and chccrfully. Thccoinmittcc of arrangenients have rc ceivcd sovcrnl lctlers which reachcd lierc loolatc for inscrlion in thc procccdings on the otttside of our pnper aniongthcin one from Gen. llansotn, which did nnt rcach herc till thc Sth inst. By request of the commitlee, we puhlish the followiug which wasgiveu nt thctablc, but through amistake not publislicdon tlie out.side: Ocn. Truman B. Kansom. The Kclf niadescholar and thesntesinan Vermont will vct honor him, as eiuineiit talents and rcal uicrit and worlh nre nn honor to her. Wc have reccivcd sevcral othcr toasts sincc our outsidc wns workcd, which wcrc givcn on that occasion, but hnvc not rooin for thcm. "A'V "J'llA'J" THEY TURNEI) UP TIIE WHITE OF THEIR KVE!" SCTAs Ihc Whig proccssion pnsscd thc Collcge on edncsday, we wcrc niticli nmuscd nt the nppearancc of a large white llag cxtended from thectipola bcaring thc inscription "POLIC, DAL LASnnd VICTORY!" nnd triumphant- ly lloating far abovc thc motloy tram bc low. A cold trcmor suddenly ran through thc proccssion nt this, which gjvc risc to not a few vocal dcnionstra tionsof thc aflliction oftho poor Whigs. Ilurrah for thc IJctnociutic boys ol tnc Univcisitv! Thoiiiili stnall in niimbcr they nro Tttur., nnd do not fenr to hang out thcir colors. Burlington Scnt. KUr.l' 17' ilLTOIU. 7i: lT.OI'IX. 7'hat r.Ntiv Ci.av not only nhed llic blood nf uinphrcy Mnrshall in i iIupI, nnd of which hc has ncicr repcntcd, but sincn llien, whilu holding thc high ollice of Secretary of Slate, in his inurc maturu manhuod, hc nimcd nnolhcr pistol at Randolph' life, "for words poKcn in debato." Morc than this, in his old nge, ho penncn thc fatal challengc, that brought tho l.i meiited Cilley to an carly gtnvc. And now, ccn now, whenvcrging towards "ll years ofage, nnd n candidate for lliu highcst ollice, lio is uniieh bo.nds to prevcnt him from murduiing n fellow beiug. 7'he following is n truo cnpy oflhe bond ntleslcd by thc Clcrkof the I'olico of Washington, ll has nevei been cancclled. "II. S of America. Dislricl nf Ciilumbii, lo wit. Hc it remeiiilicrtd, that on tho llllh day of March ISIt, berorc us, two ollhe Ju.'Iicps ol Iho I'pocp for tho couuty nf Washington, in tho Dis trict of Columbia, pcrsonally nppeared IiNRY I'l.AV. nnd Willis Crccn. nnd severnllv ncknnwl. pilitcil themselvcs to owe the Uniled Stalcs of America, that is to jay tho said enry Clay fivo linns.ind dollars. and thu said Wlllis Creen fivo. thousand dollars, eacli to bo rcspeci'nely leticd of iheir bodies, roods nnu challels, I.inils and lcne Imenls, lo and for Iho nsc oftho said Unilcd Stalc if Ihc said ENKY CLAY shall mako dcfanlt in n.rn......na nTtlm pnnrlilinni Ullllpi Wfilteil Tho conditipn of tho nboo rcconiznnce n pucli thai i( lliu nbnve bnuiideii KNItY CLAY sliall l(ipp tliu punro nf llio Unilcd Slalps inward.H nll pprnnns, und nhall parlicularly townrd Vm. It. Kiit", lliPn thi-' recognizanco ohall bu vuid, ollicr wisunf full furco nnd viriuo in law. Acknowl edged bcforo us, R. R..MORSr,LL. J. 1', W. rZOSII'SON, J. I'. n Aiio.t. V. l!Ui:N5'. Clerl(." T U tho man whotn tlio good peonlo ol New Enuland nre rdlled on lo ninlu President!! A" President under boniis to Heep tliu peacoil! Who over hpard tho liko bcforo? JCpMr Kcnncdy M. C. from Indiann, in nn nble spcpch which ho mnde nt lliu grcat Demo cratic Mnss Mecting held at Washington on tho night of Ihe 30lh nlt., remarlad that thero was n root found out West called "I'oke root," wliicli was nlways ccrlain death io coons, even when tahen iu small doscs. 3'ho largo doso which they nro destined to swnllow next full, will causu imnienio destruclion nmong iIicbo noxious'VAn- MINTS." Anotiiek Re.nonciation OK WlllOGCnY. The I'errv Democrat of Wcdncsday says "The whigs of thij vicinity wero thrown into fita' on Frid.iv evcning last, liy nn anriounccincnt tlint llew ihrnupli tho villaco liko wild-firo, tliat I. N. Slod- durd, tho big gun of whiggcry whig member of Aannnililv iiml whoso nninehas loni! becn nnd is j " nt this timo, on thu lisi of tho whig ccntral com- milleo fur lliii congrcssional distnct! that Isanc N. Sloddard, Csq.. was in llio Hickory Club Knom.in llio vcry act of nddressing a meeting.nnd rcnonn cing uAl'gjcrv. It was uvcn so. Tho houso wns orowdcd, nnd whig nficr whig pcpped in lo hear thu news. tMr. S. cnlled tn tho iiiinds of h'n lienr ers the f.icls, that ho was ncvei in favor of n Na tional Uanli, nnd that during tho Ilurrison cam nnt'tn ill Ml). his inMruction wero notto sncuk upon this sulijuct. Tho first dcmnnlratiun of tho whigs nller gmng into oiuuu, nuwcvcr, was iu l-jjuusu lliis verv incasuro, rcpeatedly condeinncd und re- jectcd by tho people, and daiigcrous tn tho libei- tinsnf thecountrv: nnd .Mr Stoddard. wilh tlinu- sands ofolheis, has eicr looked at tho party wilh apprehensinn nnd distrust until nnw,tlio liuio hns nnivnd wiicn 1 1 io countrv duninmls thal evcrv man Bhould act fur llio prpscrvation nnd puimanency of uur institunons." Mohe o v Tnnji! Tm: I'mE Si'headino in Westeii.v ViuoiNtA Amntig tho many cliange9 in iVeslern Virginia, sajs llio rincaslle Democrat wo aro botli gratilicd nnd plcascd to nn nounco that of llunry I'rlisinc, I!sn,,,of l.cwijhurg, formerly a mcmbur of llio I.cgislaturo, aud ono of ihe mosl inlluiMilial whigs in this part of Virginia' lle sajs that ho cannot voto for Ilenry Clay. Tho whnlo country secniH to bo moving in favor of I'olk nnd Dallas. Ilunah fur thc democratic caiiilidates. ALL BRIGIIT" IN INDIANA. One of thc bcst itiformed mcn of Indi aua, writing us from Iudianapolis, says, "That wo will curry tho Stntc I have not a donht." Tho Delphi Oraclo snys, thnt "Ncvcr bcforc, in thc history of our party, wero its prospccts so brighi ns they are at the prescnt timc." Thc Oraclo thcn notices a grcat couuty mecting, nt which two whigs camc Ibrward and rcnounced coon cry forcvcr: "Thero wero two public reniinciations of whiggcry inado belbro thc assomblod htindreds on thnt occasion by restdent.s of this cniinty; thcir iiamcs nro AHNER S. HENNKTT nnd AMOS GRAHAM. Thc Inttcr U n youtig inttn just cnturing upon life although at (irst ho mado a bad stait in politics, ho is right now. Ileisnyottng mnii of promiso. Mr Bennctt is n man of ago nnd cxpcricncc of morc than ordiunry nliilities, nnd the slioit but cfl'ectivo speech which ho dc livercd beforc the audicncc, shows tliat hc is wcll acqitninted with tlic grcnt qtics tions now beforc tho country. IIu will do good work in our glorious cause." (ut oulof thc way, old Kcnlucky. Thc N. Y. Exprcss of tho 19th, publishcs nn extrnct of n lctter (rom Washington, which says that Hon. W. Grrcn, whig tncmbcr of Congrcss from Kcntitcky,nnd who has offcrcd to hct thnt Clay would carry most of thc Soiithcrn Stntcs, has latciy relitrncd Irotn a visit to his constitucnts, quitc dcprcs.scd. It is said hc will not now hct on nny of thcm nnd thinks therc is grcnt dangcr of loosing Kcnlucky! The fact is, thc nttincs of Polk and Dallas, nro sweeping ull bcforo thcm in tlie South nnd West. RUTLAND COl'NTY, DDIOCUATIC CON VCNTION. Agrccably Iu a cnll oftho County Coiniriillcc, tho Dpiuocrnls ofltulland Contity assciiibtfii in conicnlinn at tho Court Ilouse in Rutland on tlie 25th day of Jurio 1811 ut 10 o'clock A. M. and was called to order by Ocn' B. D.ivenport chair man of tho County Coinmiltce. Gen JONAS CLAItlC was nppoinlcd I'rcsidcnt. nnd Joit.v Cain Secretary. On motion, n commitlco ol two from eacli towu wero oppointedby tho dolegn'.cs from thu scveral towns lo nominato candidatcs foi Scnators, when Ldward Jacksnn, Jnlm Huckmastcr, nnd Mcr ritt Clark, wcrc tinanininusly iioniiiiated. On motion, n commitlco offivc wero nppoinled by tho chair tn repnrt rpsolulions cxprpsio oflhe scnso of tho Convcntion viz: J. C. Dcxlcr, C 11. Ilurrington, L. C. Kollogg, (!cn. Davenporl and Whitlock. L. C. Kellogg, lloraco Clark, nnd J. C. Dcxlcr wero nppoinlcd County Committcc for llio vcar cnsuing. Cunvclition ndjourncd to mcct nt 2 o'elock, ! M. 2 o'clock, I. JL Convcntion met pursuanl to idjournmcnt. Ml. Dexler from llio cominittco on rcaolulioni madc tho following rcporl, which was unaiumously ndoptcd. Whrreas, in tho opinion of lli'n convcntion James K. I'olk nnd CKonoE M. Dallas the nomiiiecs oflhe Ilaltimorc Demorralic convcntion, fur Iho olliccs of I'rcsidcnt nnd Vicc 1'icsident of the United Statcs nro tho dccided fripnds ofn larin" fur llio purposps of icvcnuo so Inid ns lo aflord incidenial protcction lo Amcrican induslry, and also in fator of llio rcannexation of Tciai whcn tho amc can bodono without di'tutblng iho fricndly relations which now substst bptwcen tho Unilcd Statcs nnu Menco. 1 liereforc, Rtsolttd, That wo n.ost cordially rpspond lo thoso nominalions and pledgc ourselveslo uso al! just and honorabla mcans lo sccnrc ihcir clcc-'.ions. l..,l M'l.,,1 l.:l ,.,;.l, ,ln., ,,.,,1 l,..f,n. t.lllll II .l...'t. .."W W. ........ .1. U.IH.... nnd eiiual iuslico Iu nll mcn nnd mayit bu lliinwn .. .!... i ..... :i i,.,n ni . .;.,,!, tho Union, liesohcd, That wo nro opposcdtoall pailial legislntion, to all laws wliicli tcud dircctly or mdirectlv lo cnnich ono cliiss of rommunily nt tho exncnso of all ollier classes, and llial we decm nll niich Inws dangcrous to tlic liucrties ol tho people. Ihsolvc:!, That Ilenry Clay iu ordcr lo secure llio union of the qreat ichig it ty, h-w proclnmied a duiy of20 pcr cent nl llm Routli, nnd prnlection for proteclion nt tho Noilh, itbccomes us as Dein. ... .1 ..... in 11.11 nr rC ! lll-iU' for tho rioc Unionx which will pay tho exppnses nf .i . n ' i ..i i. r.;. ...i llio senprni iinvcriuiii'iii, nnu in uiwn incidenial protcction ns will securo lliose things which wo do produco ii fair and jusi compclilioii wilh foreign productions. Jtcsolted, That wo uro opposcd to n Unilpd Stnles IlanU iu nny forin, ns nn insliluliun huslile lo tho best interest oflhe nation und dnngerous to tho lilierlies of llio people, 70oa... Tli:it tvi. nrn !n favnr nf n stiici ronslrueiinii oftho conslilution, nnd wo deem all cllortsnfour opponents to uller nmcnu nnu ao nwav wilh llio tnmo frausht with llio most dan gcrous conscqiiences lo liberty. JtCSOlvetl, 1 llnl we uiusi luitjr ni iiii.- substancc and spirit nf tho resolutions ndnpted liy tho latn Democralic National Convcntion, They set forlh thu broad platfuriu oftho Deniocrntic creed in Innguagu tliat cannot Ito initaken b) our opionentsund in lerms and spirits tl.at is suro lo inuiil iho cpprobation ofeery well-wishur of his Country. llesolvtd, Tlint tho dislrihulion to tho StnlPs oftho monny arising from llio Balonftho public l.iiuls, is conlrary to llio condilioin of cession, that thev sliould bo n coninion fund nnd nppropri aled for'lho gunerul chargo and cxppnditure; und llio distribulion scheino can bo viowed only ns nn imluceinent to citizens oftho Slate to voto wilh tho partv ndvocaling llm measuro, and m such viow thu lniso iiriuu wm "r""'" " truu Amciican. r. 'Pl.nl ll.n tiaaninllltnn ll V tllO (jCn- crnl Gncrnmenl oftho dcbts oflhe Slate.H would he fihught wilh nil consequcnccs, nnd opiirutn unenuallv and unjustly on tho sovpral Slates, that tlio inovcrs ur such scheino sliould bc held up to1 nierriltcd reproach. .' nn . .1.- ..!...t:ni:nn nf llm ml. KesQireii, in.iiuiu muii.iiii"'i minkriUion nnd public cnrcer of Mnrtin Van liuitn is n duty jiromplPil by llio in-Umct iifjustice lllinctv imd cnrdiiillv rc- spondinnd llial our atlnclinii'iit to the nian is n triliutii wliicli wo uesiuw kuiii ui n...n r.. . most fjilhfnl nul.lic fervnnt, whoso talents nnd skill ns n Slalesnian have secup;d n well eamed lamo which timo nnd history will mako nioru I I .....I lllM.trlitllll I1UIIIIIUU nnu IIU"! - Onn.nton Hesolvcil, lliat llio procePilings o tllis conveiiiinii ou Biii.-u ii. . Secretary and pulilWied in tho U oodslock Agi'. J lio roiHPlillon was n tj iiiiij iin..i.-..M on. MOdlld J1. SrltONG of Wisc.onsin. JONAS CLAItlC, Pnudtnt. JOI1N CAIN, Sccrtlanj. Itr.v. dr. ur.r.ciir.R. This cenlleman, it fcenn, feela hound to carry out h'n nrufession if so, lie is -.erv unlikc many others.of liko posilion iu socicty, nf whoin wo have heaid: Dur.i.LiN'n. Tlio Rev. Dr lleccher pnb'islied nnt long einco a pungunt sermon, in which lio looU occasion to dciiou'nco.iii the sovcret teniH.lhu impropriety of suppoHing duellisls for lngli nnd icspunsiiuo oiu- 1 1 .... a .. . ! P.....I I m All. ccs. 1 liu loliowing is un uiuui.1 humi -cuursn ruferrcd tn: "I'erniit me now, my friends, to nsk you wlcmnlu will you nnv hmgpr persist in vour nl mehiiienl fur Duellisls; U ill )nu any longcr nilhcr deliberately nr r.hcly, voto for tlioii.i V ill ou renounpo iillegi.incu tn )our Maker, nnd . .T . i.:i.irt i. .1 ,.., Ii:iih Will nu cnn cnsi lliu iiiimu ii i..u, rt'c'm mcn Miid of llio fcar of Ood nnd dalitule of moitil piincnilcu ni)"u "" ... W,,,,, ,,.. ...! lil.nrlv l( DESl'OTSl" Thu whigs h.ivo f.incicd thnt nnliNithstaniling Ihis clcrical liiliiiinaliou, thu Ducloi would bu llm fri Is of Mr Clay. A corres- pomlciil oftho llnstim Morning Chromrle, has re cenlly hadnii intervicw willi liim.and in lliu cour?u ol ii cunversauon on uiu uiijvi.i - tho Doctor remiirluil: .!;. A 7' IV VOIX R VF.R 1 U-HKTUll U'UO IS WlU.lSt To nhii DKXIUS 1MXDS 11777 MS 10'UI; I'lHC Vllinn.x nml mlill ll " .'.) ,Ui n'tiv iM,v rn A't'LLIH MV OUW Lvsriwcrio.Ys. i siijill maia 7V.V 77M 1IV.MY piuctwi:." i riuii Ihe N. Y. r.vcnlnf I'osl. CATCHINO A TAIlTAIt, It was .Mr Welulcr, wo beliove, who spcnking n ilm i li.irapler nf n whiu for sincc his Putclio- uo fpecch, ho has appiMred ulrcrnatcly in ihc character of "Jellursoni.in Deiniicrar' unu -i.iHy Whig" Mr Webslcr, wo say, speakir.g in his whig character. id "our union is pcifcct." A strnngo nnd nomcwhat umusing commnntary on thisdcchir.iliun was civcn in Altuiiv on I'riday cvening. Thu whigs of that placc, it secms, have been n long whilo endo.tvonng lo get togellicr n mccling to susluin Iheir drooping forlunes of Mr 'Inv. nniliit ast nt unon llio cvpcdiunl ol liivu- fJcn. Waddv l liomp'on, ol couin i.nruiin.i i maku thoiu n speech. Accordingly iho arrungc iint U'.is tlll ido. and on I'rnlny nficrnoon, ihe Iveiiiiij Jourual, in n double-tpadcd paragraph, headcd by u hugo cut or nn eaglo willi spreuu winss, niiiiouucpil tho intcrpsling fact, It said: "We have Iho pleasure tn nnnuunce lli.it Oen- ,.i u'n.i.iv 'I'lininnsnn. of Snulli Cnroliua. laln our Minislcr to Mexicn, is cxppcli'd m to-day bo.it I'roni New Yojk, and will nddress tho I'.lec lois or Allinnv nl Iho Ctrv IIall, thi r.vt: MNO, nt half-p.ist 7 u'rlnct;, on thc Tcxa itfi tion. Opii. Tnostrso.N is n mot eloiUPnt speakcr, nnd his rcccnt mision In Mcxico w ill linpart udditional interesl ai.d Miluo lo what lie mavsay on the nll-cngrossing subjccl of.7HMJ ttoh. We have rpnton to bclieke that ono or two othcr mcmbers ofCongrpss will acroinpany f.cn. TnoMi'so.N, nnd ifo they will also address thc I'eople. . . "Thero has l.ccn no timc lo give vcry gcijcral nntico oftho mepting this pycnlng. It dtsirca- noticc HHiui" - - ' . , TnoMrsoN. nt much personal inrorivenicnco, lias xieldidton prps'ing initalion lo como up Iho J . l l .1.- tt'l.l... ..fnitt fllV. I.pl tl rivi-i rccip procalo Iho cotutcsy liy . ppncr.ii nnu pu oriuai i rtiif ll.ill TO-NinitT. Iliere iitti'i 'IIUJIIUU -i i" , ht to bo rniniile incn' cnough nmons llio Hcr : .. i.:... r All.nnv tn fill tho Cilv llall In ovei- oul ling ' rtmiiim ."even on this short notice. Let ihe friend of'CirAY. ritr.LINCIIUYSr.N nnd Iho I'All- U'l-sliow tliem-ehps in iheir iiiighl." At thc saiuo liiuc h.ind'bills wero potnl nbout Ihc cilv. headpil "7Vxu nnd tht Tariff," callirtg all thc'r.iilhful to otlPiid nt the Cnpitnl. " I be p.1ity,"sivs Iho Albany All.n. "answprcd tlio sumiiions "in coniderablc numbcr, and man) were brouaht to lliepl.iceofniPcling by tlic nppar- cntchan-cof Iheir issups which tlio nncouncc- jncnt sponipd to miply. IJptween tho w luss nnd lhoo of our politiP.il pcrsuasions.whn rcspnndcil to lln new crv uf "Tniiir ond Texas," there was a full mcclmg. This was plcanant In llio wlnes furit had brcn impos'iblo for Ihem to rcI n dc- ceiit g ilhering in thu city incc tho nominalion of Mr Clay." , , Well what lnppcnnl nt Ihc inppling! nt wliicli "tho cloruent und cffpclhe speakcr would gie o much mlcresl nnd valuo lo tho all-pngrosing . . . , . :..) U'n uitllpnln lliK Al. SUIIJl'Cl 01 illllH:"!'""' --- lastoainwer tho iuption: "The m.i)or picsidcd, and aftcr takme llio chair ' in'iodupcd .MrThompson lo Iho nssemblrd '"ig ee'rv oftho city. .Ml T. addrccd tho mecting m il . ' i in.l ttiinnpr. n liiol BXtranrinnaiy onu uim h;i."-" " " :r He announccd thal hc tccn orpowl to thc TanJT, nnd lh.it hc felt called on to proclaim Ihis his opin ion, ns Iho language oftho call had inado Ihis a mominent topic oflhe meclinfi. Hc wasin fator ttoofthtanncx,,linn of fciai, mcdiatcly or .H.U.ii tllU. ..llll tn.tj. ...... lelt joy that beuulil'ul und glorious Dcnincriitie llanner thnt hns been rniscd by lliu Union nf thc Democracy nnd upon thu broud and uinplo folds uf til....l. !j iK.illnn lliit riil.ftllliiliiin nfnnr Pntinlri' imini-di.itply, ns pnlicy inight dictalo, Ho tliPn procci-dcd tu eulogiu nnd defcnd John Tyler, whose hnnectv, in p.irlinular, ho dwelt on wilh much emnlm'is. On hcurina theso uncxpeclcd nvowals, thu conslerrialcd 'coons flcd dismayed." Tho Jlvtnine Journul rnernly Fajs, on Ihis poition of (icneral Thoinpson's "valuahlo" re iuaiks: "In llio courso of his remarks, Gcn. T. said lliat thoush dilleringwiih tho inn? s oftho whig party ou thc turili' (jui'slion, nnd cnterlnimng icn timenls of pcrsonal rpspect fir tho I'rPkident, yet in llio pending coiilcst he was throughout for Alr Clny." It seems lliat Mr. Toot of Vermont, had bcen rpquetltd to iddrcss llio tame mecting, and hnd ho been pcrniilied to do so, would have conlradiclcd evcry wnid which Mr Thonipnn had ultcied on iho subject of the TarilTiind Texas: for ho is de cidedly ngainst Texas. lliit the poor whigs secm tn havo becn so muidi fnghlened by what they did ln-ar, that they had no dhposiiion In nny moro "elfectivo fpeakers" from abrond. The next timo no doubt, they will ho moio ccrtain oflheirorator. TIIi: HATTLL'CRY. Now dpnincrats prppare for hnttle, Cone's llio night lliat Into hung o'erus, urk! thc shout, ihe cannon's rnltle! Heo hnw Iho morning's sun breaKs n'er us. Ilofirm! bo truc,' we'ru biclhreii, brelhreii;" Our glorious inslitutions laws Cnll on ull norlhern heartsnnd southetn, For proud responsc in I'reedorn's cause, Tor 'Principlcs, notMen' supreme, Th.it is thu doctrino fur thc I'olk-os To Federnl whigs, n hatpful theme, O'er us u hope-star, brolher locot Yes,' lirm, uniled east aud wpst, Aud north and suulh, we pint to incet llionj Oui candidales nre 'mongst thc best, Than shout.'huzza! wu beat we beattheui View thu disrnay in I'ederal ranks, Which ilemncratic hnsts euibarrnn Whig Slandeis, banks, nor as nino prunks, Shall savo thuin now from I'olk and Dallas, Divisions in our rnnks Ihey thought, I'oor felluws, they'd for ccrliiin found, llut brothcrs, wo will ue'er bo bruught To jiuld lo such our 'vnntago ground. Wo'vo with us Irulhycs, f.iilhful brclhren, Wu'ro rnll)ing for the 'good old cause,' Our country calls on soulhern, norlhern, To save her from llio vulturo'.s j iws. Now lliat wo've fairly Clav beforo ui, And federal nonv ouAitn.s or Clay; Democracy wtisf prove victorious, lllack night is over chased by Dav.' 'Denincrnts nto now cnlled Potli-o.focos by aouio I'ederal presses. That namo will do. PeHnsylvunian. j Wo cnpy iho fullowing ftom tlic Ilollidaysburg, Pa Stnndurd oftho 15th inst. "A Nojtnnn okSciiews Loose. Wo have lenrnt that Judgo Todil, Attorney Ocncral during (iovcrnor liilner's udminislralion, nud oic othtr verij distinzulshed mcmbei ofhit (Gov. U.'a) cni iuct havu lefuscd lo sustaiu the nominniion;if Ilen ry Clay for tho I'lesidency, nnd signified thcir in-tj-ntion tn o!o for I'olk nnd Dallas. This looksa litllu Mually. Wo havo nlso heard the namu of severa) othcr distiiigiiished members of Iho unti miixuilc party iu tlhis slate, who hazo rcfused to suppnrt Iho (Irand High Prkst of Masonry for thc Prisidency. Would it not bc ndviablo fur some oftho honttt nnlimnsoiis of llunlingdon coun Ij, lo fettlo wilh thcir conxccincc thu qucstion oT contitlcncvl 01), consislcncu tliuu urt a rurt jewel. o nrc nuthorncd lo nlt'er a libcrnl rcward for tho dUeovery of everv csnsistenl llunlingdon coun ty iintimasuiiie. whig, who can consistently east his oto fur Ilcnry Clay. Stns ss Onto. Tho Cadiz (O.) Sentinel sivi'S tllU filllliwirl" PvilllMII'l! at llm li.illlll.linv nC tlio chccring prospccts of I'olk and Dallas in ar- ll-lillruuill , "First sun for Polk aud Dallui in Ilitrrisou countylAn eleclion wns hold for Justico of tho Pcaru in Mnnrne tnwnshjp, arrhnn county, cn .Saturday, nud thu deiiincrats parried ihe lnw'nhif by a largely incrp.ised mnjnrily. Ilnberl ender- snn, (iIpiii.) rpreiicd "." ol'ps; Tnnmpjon, (ponn) 35; nnd Clianey (coon) 1. IIuzz.i for .Monroo!" A.n Omk.v At a bool; nuclion salo in Saco last weck, thu Lifu nnd Spceches of enry Clay a largo and woll buund ulumi-, wns repenledly put up and, thrnwii b.ick ngain upon tho shulf for wanlofn riurrli.'im.r tlm iitnlii.ut ufr..r lu.ln Bt nnd a quarter cpiiIs! If Clny bo such n stato nr- iitiu now wnai wm uc us vaiuu iiiis i.iii; .Hinne Ocmocrut, iioys! do you i:aii rins? Wohaejust rccoivcd n lciicr from a tlrons xchii; iu Kcnlucky to his friend in Ihis city. Ho sas, "tho whigs havo dcspaind of 2'eniicssco, .liui wo aio bpginiiing to givo np Clay's projpcctn for llio I'residency. 7Iih qnrstion of annexalion is g.iining suppoiters for I'olk ond Dallas. John Thomas, L. Ii. Uiuke, and John Morrit Etqi, hitherlo staunch Clay whigs, nnd genllcmcn of grcat iulU-nco in Kcntucky, havo comc out for Polk and Dallas," Glory cnough foronc day. .Vtif Ilavcn licgitter. POLK AN1J DALLAS MEETING IN WORCESTER. A large nnd enthtisisstic mecting of tho democrats of Worcester was hcld at Rrinlcy Ilnll on Saturday cvening, tho Ist inst., to respond to thc nominntions of thc national dctnocrntic comcntion. it wns organizcd by calling Hon. Is.uc Davis to thc chair, nnd thc nppointmcnt ofH. H. Kinney, secretary. Lr.vi A. Uowi.nv, J-sq., tlio rcprcscn totivc oftho fiflh congressioaal district in thc convcntion camc foith ut llio cnll oftho mecting, nnd relatcdthc prccccd idgsofthc convcntion. Which hc vindi catcd iu n most ttitimphnnt mnnncr. "Mr Polk wns nntned by thc stippor tcrs of Mr Van Hurcn nfter thc lcitcr's withdrawal, and wns ncccptcd by thc mi nority Hc comcs beforc thc people of this Stato thc rcprcsentativc of thepiiu ciples that arcdenrcst to thcm. Hc wns indcntilicd wilh thc ndmiiitstrntions of Ijncksonntid Vnn Rurcii, to which tho pcoplc of this Statc will cvcr look with pleasure nnd with pride. Hc will bo elcctcd. lle will tuke from Mr Clay cvcu his own nntivc Slatc. Tho West nnd thc South will rally to him. Tho democratic Statcs cvcrywhcrc will re spond to thc nomiiiation. lnsiich n con tes, New York sliould not, nnd will not occtipy nny othcr placc than thc front rank of thc democratic army," Rtit wc have not room to give cxtract from nll thc papcrs thnt havo comc tous bearing testimony likc thc abovc. Th srntimcnt is univcrsal approbation is cvcrywhcrc cxprcssed union cvcry whcrc rcigns. 1'ine o the I'nAinirs. Tho Dclroit I'rco Prcs. oftho 3ih, says: "Cvery whcre lliroogh out thc Stnle thc Democratic nomlnalioni arc rc ccttcd tvith fcplings of pridc nnd nilmiration. They scini lo liatc givcn new life and encgy w ctcry ncighbothood. Thc fact i, the people nant cd lome die noiuinatcd on whotn they couM rally and many whigs arc daily joining thc standard. They were only waitlng for ppod cxcoso to de scrl Mr Clay, nnd ihe opportonily is now prcicnt cd. Michiginwillgitc n incrcascd democratic msjorily."