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L. U. U JULD, Editor.
EATON, Ort AEG. 31, 1856
Democratic Presidential Electors for Ohio.
'"William Keunori, Jr., of Belmont
k Alexander I Miller, of Butler.
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" ' '' COJORKSSIONAI. ELECTOR. .' " 1 ; '
1st. SHELDON I. KELLOGG, of Hamilton
21. HENRY F SEDAM, or Hamilton.
3d. DAVID-CLARK, of Montgomery. ' '
4th. I. H.T-iOMAS. b7 Darke.
5th. EDWARD F IsrKR. of Williams.'
fith MIC UEL II:'DAV1S. orCletmont.
" Tth WILLI VM CUOSSEN, oFWarren.
' Sth.AVlLLIAMKERStlNER. of Clark.
91b, GEORGE E "SEEN A'; of Seneca.
loth, LEVI DUNGAN bf Jaclcson.
llth. ALFRED McVErGII.oT Fairfield.; v
12th. JACOB SLYE I, or Franklin. "
13th. JOHN TlFFTrlf Huron. ' '
Uth. JOHN C. MYERS, of Ashland. "
15tU, JOSEPH BURNS, of Coshocton.
W. JAME"? M. GAYLORD. of Morgan.,"
nth BENJAMIN F. SPRIGGS, of Noble.
13th. AL-MIONSO HART, of Portage. ,
19th HENRY H, DODGE, ofCu ahoira.
21th. GEORGE 0. GlLLE fT. of AshtaTiulo.
'2tst. GEORGE COOK, oftIirri-n. ,
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
! for Jnnnr f Tint anfRF.M rmur,
(MRD OF FIW.IC WO.. ' :
' T DOJHtnr o cnMMnf SCHOOLS,
'. "TOR CONGRESS. '
C. L. VALLA 1VDIUIIAITJ. .
. All our subscribers who intend "paying their
subscription in Wood, will please' send It
long Hi-soon as possible.. We want to lay in"
our winter slock. .
BTlIoo. J. Ii. WcbLER. of the U. S. Senale,"
will pltase accept cur thanks for a copy of
the "Reports of the Special Committee on the
; Kansas Troubles." , ,
Union Mass Convention.
The Democracy of Aionigoraery-nte making
extensive preparntiohs for a Deinnoralic Union
- Masi Mee4ing, tb be In Id in Dsytorl on the
' - lltfi -f SeptehibeK1 TYe' WMri publish ftieiist
' or-Cciiimittets, 4c, in our next week's paper.
. BTTbe Democracy of Twin "Township,
raised a fine hickory pole in Leniirlcon oij
Monday last;- Nolwithstnnding the- weather
" was unpleasant there was some three or four
' Hundred assembled, and erected "old hickory",
with a "splendid banner, having inscribed upon
it the numes of (hose who must be -dear to
every patriot and every. lover of his country
- "Buchauan, Breckinridge arid Vallandigham."
- After the raising of the pole, the crowd assem
- Lied in tbe Presbyterian Church of that place,
' and were addressed in' an able and eloquent
speech of about three hours in length, by our
talented nominee, G. br Vallandioba. It
' was one of tbe finest effort wf"evr listened
to, and ate confident it sent cor.viotion borne
to the hearts of many of the - opposition who
were present, of the necessity of the success j
- of our gallant nominees, lo preserve the bap
.' pines and prosperity of our Union. He was
' followed by Hon. B. H. AleianJer, and W. J.
" Gilmore, ,Eq., in some very neat and appro
' priate remarks, which were ; received with
11 thunders of applause. The democracy of old
' Twin were never better -organized never in
- better spirits, and say they intend to roll up a
majority for Buck, Breck. and Val, unprece
denied in tbe political annalsof "old Preble,
-t3"0ur neighbors of the Register are in high
dudgeon at all the Democratic papers that have
not denounced tbe verdict rendered against
. Herbert, the Know ' Nothing member of Coo
gress who killed the Irish wailer, and one to
read their aduletio.is upon the poor foreigner,
in speaking of the outrage, would be led to
believe tbey were awllj-.efltfcled and had
si "fellow feeling" somewhere about tliegiz
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lur ini persecuteq tace. Where was
all this "feeling and ympatby"'yDB. profes
now for the "poor foreigner," Air. Register,
-wben one year egoUbe street of Louisville
were made to run red with their blood, because
Ahey attempted to exercise the right ol suffrage?
'-Was it not bid in the darkness of (he Know
Nothing Lodge, of which you were a Third
Decree Member, and for -Which you sneaked
up filthy alleys at midnight, to gsin access?
.Shame on you, Mr. Register, to now attempt
to palm yaursslf upon the poor benighted for
eigner as bis friend, liy a hypocritical sympa
thy for tbe misfortune ofene, when your voice
was silent and refused todenounce tbe scoua
-drels who In Louisville, Cincinnati end Co-
'lumbds, butchered theforoign men and women
by tbe hundreds, and shot their innocent babes
from tbeir bosoms. Such articles from men
of the Register stamp, "smell of the Lodge"
" andead as if tbevAVwa written by the light
of a De ... Lsntein," and will fail lo bae the
UTTbe eoelest perpetration i tbe last
isa of the truth loving Jtsgisler, is the state-
. went that Law CstrjpbcU re-nominated by
; acclamation 1 ' .
X7"(V:bere ds the X too "i'k remont Glee
'Rltfb t" ' Do coma out and sing as Iha.good
aid song, Du, da, d u d-s d a y 1
SasLCMa. The Buchsnan rrer? earry buck's
borne in their processions; and we suggest to
Fremonters fust tLey csiry oW't boms In
lbeirs. ."':'' . - ,
The Abolitionism, Disunionism and Sectionalism
of the Black Republican Party.
"The Edittus of that very truth-loving and
consent sl.eet.tr.eEaloniVrg'.s.iT, "a Weak
ly pe,ier published in this plnoe," are making
suiim spasmodic off.rts to prove that the fao
lion of pirty to wbuh they are dangling, is
nut justly eoti'led to the euphonic sobriquetcf
"AMitiiuitti." But their awkward atlemits
to rid Hie" Block Republican party of this op
probrious ternvonly fastens tfce mow finnry
the truth that, to it and to no other does it
belong) and fur the benefit of the Editora of
that shtet, who seem a little musty in th bu
siaess they are- engaged, from the fact that
they have but recently emerged from the dark
ness of Know Nothingism, we hare concluded
to give them I few extracts which will per
haps remove the scales from their eyes and
substantiate the truth of. Hie assertion. ' Aye,
more that tba men who bead the Black Re
publican movement sie not only Abolitionists,
but Disur.ioaists those who long sro pro
claimed the Constitution of the Uuited Slates
''a -league 'with hell, and covenant with
death" who lave devoutly prayed in and
out of Congress for a dissolution of the con
frderscy, and who deemed it neither unworthy
their honor, nor beneath their dignity, to des
ecrate the bitih-doyof our country' hidepen-1
dence hy publicly burning the Constitution of
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.... u..iu anu repuuiaidng every ou u-
(juuuii u. jiiiiiuiiiiii or ciiizcnsuip. " e sts
the Editors of ilw Begisierto give these quo-
tations a carefnl and nraveiful nerusal. and if.
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after doing so, they will not admit that the
Black Republican parly is Me Abolition, Dis-
union, Sectional party, ve will give them up
as beine suni so deer, in nolitical darknesa. to
be Deyond resurrection. Mist end foremost
v e will give an extract from a speech made
by'3-ti lge Spaulding, one of the leaderof the
Black Republican Convention, from Olio:
"In case of the alternative being presented
of the continuance of slavery or a dissolution
of the Union, Ion far diswlulum, und Iain
nut how quick it camel." , ,
Senator Vade, of Uluo, in addressing a
m ss meeting of Black Republicans in tbe
Slate' of Maine, said
"The only rslvaikin of the Union, there
fore, tc:$ t It found in dinntinr ii entirely
j rum AL.U mint oj tiavcry.
Senator Wilson mude use of 'he following
u a speech at a CoiiveHticn in Philadelphia,
about one year ago t
"i aul in favor of relieving the iedrrhl ov
ernnieiii from all etw.nexiou with, nd trspon
tibility fbr.Mlie extension of slavery. Toe'f-
ft ct thisViicct, 1 am in favor of the abolition
of slavery in the District of Columbia, and the
prohibition of slavery in 1. the Tern'.ories.1
The abolition of slavery in-the District of
Columbia, and the .prohibition of ifr-in the 10
Territories, Mr. Clay said, wrel,bulo-rnanyJPal'K,t
masked wtltrirs, co;ice-ling tlievreal and ul-1
timate poirrt of attack. -f Tire point of attack j
is the institution of slavery as it exint in the I
States. Their purpose is sbolition universal
aioltun pjKeably jf tbey can, forcibly if l,'e
they must." - ,
W4lliom Hi Seword, uttered the -followiiigl
racntencer Z"- ' . I
"There is a biehor Jaw than lire co"nsiiiu-1
lion, which regulates our. authority over the j
AKiuveryr can oe anu must oe
domain. It .(slavery)-can be and must
abolithed, and you and I muit do it. Cor
rect your own error that slavery hesany con
stilutionnl guaranties which may not be releas.
and ought not to be relinquished. You
will soon brini the parlies of the country into
execute oggi-esiton upon ilavery."
In a speechr Js the Uouse of Represenla
lives, Joshua R.'Giddings, said: .
M look forwatd to the day when there shall
lurvile-iniurrection- in the South, when
black man, aimed with Jirilith bayoneti
led on ty uruiin ojpeir, shall assert his
freedom, and wave a war of exlermina lion
against his master; when th torch of the in
cendiary ihall light up the citiei and toumi of
Svulh, and blot out the last vestige or sla
very. And though I may not mock at their ca
Iamily, nor laugh when then tear co neth. yet
will bail it a We dawn of a political milieu
Are these sufficient to convince you, neigh
bor, of the Abolitionism of your parly, and thai
instead of us "lieing egrtgiously .in tbe
charge," it is you that is lieing and attempt
to "deceive the people into -a support of
Abolitionism, by presenting a false issue. - If
we not we can give you more, for they
but in- the fear -of inflicting you
with hydrophobia, we ill administer them in
small doses. We will now proceed to prove
assertion that, the leaders of the Black
Republican party advocate the dissolution of
Union, notwithstanding they have en-
grafted is their platform, "the right, of tbe h
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Stales, must and shall be preserved." This
declaration has only been placed there to de
ceive the Union loving men inlo the support
measure which they despise.- You can
these in your pipe until our next issue,
where we will furnish a few more.
Wendell Phillips, in reviewing Mr, Teb
speeeb on the constitutions! right of
Stales, made use of the following r
"We confess that we intend to trsmnle nn.
foot the constitution of thi country.
Dsniel Webster soys : "Ybu re a law-abiding
peopie; - inaime glory 01 New-England is,
it is a law obidine communitv." Shame
it, if. this be true; if even tbe religion of
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unfiiunu Duma hi iuw ps iis iraiuw uook.
I say tes ere not a liw-alidintr communihi.
ueiiiaiiKcn lor iu .
John P. Hale utlereu the following:
"You have assembled, not tosav wtnth
union snail u preserved, but to say wheth
shall be a blessing or a scorn and hissing
ine naiions." .
Horace. Mnn expressed his love for the
Constitution and the Union as follows
have only lo dd. that, under a lull aensn
my responsibility to my country and my
i aciioeraieiy say, oeuer disunion, better
civil or o servile war. belter -anvthinc ihni
in bi Providence, shall aend, than an
extension f the bound of lavery." . ,
Senator Sumner, of Jlossschuselta, rn a
inTuneHil flail, Boston, said t
"Not that I love tbe Union less, but freedom
de 1 now, in pleading this great cause,
that fieedom, at-aix hazsaros, shall be
preserved. God forbid, that or the take of the
we should sacrifice the very thing for
tbe Union was wade."
following extract mi from the "Boston
Liberstor," a psper supporting the Claim of
C. Fremont, for Presidtet: " -
"Justice snd liberty. God and man. demand
dissolution of this slaveholder: Union and
foiiuxiion of a. northern confederacy, in
Slaveholders thill stand btfuie theiaw
felon, rnd be tieated aswrwMs. God and
umanitv demand a ballot-box in -jimh the
'tvcholders shall never casta ballot. In this, !
what State so prepMed to lesd as tie 01 1 Bay
Mate r Mie liar, already made it a penntof
ience 10 Brip lo execute a law of the Union
I waut to see the fficets of the Stole brought
m.o collision who those ol the vuion."
'Mr.'Burlinram, the mru who wanted to gs
7R0 miles to tight a duel, in the House of
Rrprefeutatives, in IStH, raid :
. "The time demands and we mul hare ail
ANTI-SLAV1RV COMSTITOTTOK, AN AN Tr-SLAVIRT.
UlSIJ, ArD AN ASTI-3I.AVEST GOO."
Horace Greely, the very rmbodimenl of the
Black Republican party the wfelcli that stig
msgtitcd the American Flag as 'flaunting
lie," and "hste detested rag," he cslcula
ted this Union to be worth just fortf-two
cknts, to every man, woman and child, north
of Ma sort snd Dixon's line 1' But of all the
damnable sentiments ever uttered sgtinst the
Union, the- following elaps the climaxYlrorn
the lips of the infamous Lloyd Garrison, the
prince of the, Black Republican parly i,
"The issue is thist Go'l AlroicMyhns msde
ii wipusuuie i ruin ins ueginuiiii; lor Jioer.v
t,ir8"!v?r5; ! .mi,,ele 'f"'" or ,,unio" 10
iuuhudu KlHnU auuiiuuuisis H1IU SlUVC'
holders between those who ormress and those
opptessou. Tins Union is a lie; the American
Unionls a sham, an imposture, a covenant
with deathman agreement with hell, and it is
oui business (tha lilacs, JteBuelicnos) to call
lor a attnlulmn. o,'.t that Union be atcurttd
wherein three irillions and a half of slaves can
w"-runreqiiiieu lu 0y loeir msstets."
" l will confiiwe to eliierimentuo longer
u jg mI1 mtllnesa, . Let n.ub.jag TJnion
go, ana .slavery will go wait the Union down
'nl l,,e lusl If the church is against disu-
u on' na n.01 on lw ",e " ""e. Bn '
nrnnAiinoo it nf i ha lianll'.
... ,e. U1 -t.;kin? h.nd. wilh
thieves and adulterers, and give to the winds
lhe Wying cry, "Ito un.vn wit iliwrholdmi
'y hgiously, and up vitk thtpS oj
That the Block Republican party is a let-
t.onal parly, we need only quote the following
remaiks of Wendull Phillips:, f.
"No ms.i bas s right to be surprise:, this
state of things. It is just what we (Abolition
ists and Disunioiiists) have attenmled to btiiie
about. ' There is merit in the Republican par
ty.; It is the first sictionai. party ever oruan-
Red in this country. It dots not know its own
face, and it calls itself national: but it is nut
national-it is lettuwit. The Rertublican nar
iy is s party of the North p'eilced against the
We Will now leave it to the aandld reader,
if we Lave not convrcled.the Black Republi
con party, -out of its own mouth of "Abolition
ifrh," ""Disunion ism," and "Sectionalism'
Can the Register deny- that tliesar men who
have uttered this tirade of bUclrsenlimenls,
ate not Abolitronils of the Garrison school f
No, it cannot. -But while v e view this black,'
despotic record, wo ore glad irr'our hearts lint
partyof Jefferson and Jsckson i still able
tf0 battli- for everything that 1m dear to the
'e christian, and the snge. .Danie
"tbster euce said f'tke -.(imev will come,
hen all good men; sod 1rue; wjll le called
uPn to rally sround the' Constitution; snd
w'hen w e raise that bnnner, it shslfglitler like
Uriflame !" The lime laa come; that
banner is inMhe -hands' of old standard
bearer, (he Deniocr4ic Parly. It-is toMhis
party, a'nd to this party alone, that xee must
look tc hour of liial. . All the forms of fa
nalacisrn that degrade our common humanity
have on led in on nrl n..,l m l.t
down sod destroy every principle which Jef
ferson assertfd with his pen, and Woshington
vindicated with his swoid. in tha struei? le of
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5. Let us meet them in so lid phalanx, and
bury their, hopes "in en infamy so deep thai
-hand of resurrection' can never resell"
them. If we triumph in 'SO, faction and fa
naticum will leturied .forever; the slavery
question will be definitely settled; abolition
will be an tdjutatrd question there will
no tribunal wen in-whicb to tryni appeal
lDrThe"Tatoii Register, "a paper published
nit place," give on article in its last
from a nincompoop, skillet-heodui At
torney, who not only possesses the ears of an
but the acquirement of a lieing black-'
guard, which the editor says "affects him in
region of the ribs." It is a good "tlikne'i.
not attest him a littlo loiter, or irmight
probably bave disturbed the thimble-full of
brains he possesses. The intimation and be
laboring of another tr-dividuaMhan ourself, as
writer of Uie erlicles-of the Democrat, is
characteristic of -the aweep, fo the trash of
Register, and is not worthy of a notice.
BAROAfN! DAR8AW! All oUr 'trader
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ZZlPTr .y, P"-
ehom,g Dry Goodsof every description, would
well io call at the establishment of Ilea-
& Wilsok. They are selling off their
at cost, and offer inducement to those
have eA, never before equalled in lhe
county of Pieble. Call at their store on Main
and see for yourselves they will no1
you to look at Ibeii goods and enquire
theories. ' .-. -.-- .
ST C. L. VAitAiroioiiAic staled in his speech
Lexington on ast Monday, that, of the fifty
eminent statesmen of tbe old Whig pi rty, that
invited Id be presem at tbe great Whig
Barbecue in 1840, in thetiity of Dayton, not
of them supports John C. Fremout for the
Presidency I All that are living -ere cither
for Mr. Buchanan, ot Mr. Fillmore.
this not go te show that ibere must be
something rotten wbout ibis miserable faction
parly beaded by Garrison, Phillips, Wade
Co., and claiming to be the representative
party of Henry Clay and Daniel Web
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tETAol was taken list week in School
No. 6, of Washington township, In
county, which has 3!' voters. It stands
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Buchsnsn," - ;' ' "' 361 ".
Fremont, - ! . " : : , . 00
the; District adjoining (lie ninth, which
26 voters, it stands thus" i . .1 ,ff.
Buchsnan, -. ' . . .. . 25 ' .
Fremont, '-. '.,.,. ., ', 1 .
there anybody who is anxious to bet $100
thateiiber Fremont or the Bui ler Pony will
eight hundred majority jn this counly f ,
Cor.LAWs. Whst is the matter with our
friends ' An awful collspse seems to
befallen thera. They are down in the
weak in the joints, lender footed, and
spunk any longer.. '. Pray don't relinquish
Pots yet. We want some fun -
The Letter Rufus Choate in Favor of Buchanan
—George Evans and E. W. of
Maine, also for Buchanan.
Not a little; interest bas been expressed 'by
many foranrly belonging to the Old luie-WJiig
party in ibis city to see the letter pfRufus
Choate in favor of Buchanan, which was re
cently rrd at a Whig meeting iu Watervilie,
Maine. After Clay and Webster, Mr. Choste,
in point of ability, eloquence and influence,
bad no rival or e,ual io the Whig party. Be
yond all doubt ha .is the ablest man ic New
England. We have not yet received by mail
the entire letter, but find a synopsis of it in the
Boston I'oit of tha 14th, which, after giving a
glowing account of the meeting, says:
"An eloquent sad characteristic -letter was
then read Irom Hon. Rufus Choate in reply to
an invitation to be present from the" WhigSiate
Committee, in which be dtelares his views of
the duties of Whigs in the present crisis of po-
i.iicBi auaireoi me country, l na first duty of
nigs, ne Fays, oeca
dissolve the new and geographical parly calling
we,, iivtiuuiivuu. oviievine in not) e bliin
of Stale lobe within half a cable' length of a
ice a.iuie oi uw., in a R-aie o wind, our fmt
buxiness is to put her about, and crowd herofT
into me deep open sea. hat .Wahinvin
Madison, Clay and Webster decided as a re
mote and improbable contingency is upon us.
Yet some meu would have us to so on lauirhini
snd sin ing, like the traveler in the satire,
with his pocksis empty, at a present peril, the
mere apprehension of which, as a distinct and
lure potsibiliiy.'conld sadden the heart of the
Falher-of his Country, and dictate the
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nu e.uuu - wai.niig oi iue raretDeii -AilUreti.
Coniiidering what men are, Mr. Chonle says
that be does hot say that the triiimnh of sur.h
a party as the Republicans ought lobe expec
ted naturally and. probably to disunite the
Slotesi-bul, with his undoubted convictions.
M.n..l.l ... f..H.. - .1 ! ! ... '
nuuiu m lunv-aiiu immorainy to ris it.
'in reference to Kansas. Mr. C. saw. th
country demands that Congress, before it ad
journs, shall aive that Teriilor neare. If it
uo, ume win meviiaoly give it freedom. '
"As between the candidates before the coun
try, he says he shall not venture lo counsel ti.e
Whiga of Maine, but he deems it due to frank
ness and honjr to say ihat, while he .enter
tains a high appreciation of Mr. Fillmore, he
dot not symnalhize with the obieols of the
psnythnt nominaltd him.' PiaciiraHv. -she
contest is betweeit Mr. fiuciiMan and Colonel
Fremont. In tliefe cirtunmances lie should
give his vote for Mr. Buchanan, fliscspaolty
is universally acknowledged; his life- is without
a stain, anu he represents more, completely
tbon any other that aenlhnenl tf iiatioiiality
tolerant awarm and comprehensive without
wmcn ameuca is no longer America.
" "Great applause followed Hie resdingofihb
icuer, anu mree cneers were Eiven for Mr.
Choate..."' " , . ,
Hon. E. VJ. Farley, beTore reading the let
ter, declared that k't fully concurred in theiaiA'
cHiiHn io uicii mr. vuuaie nau arrived. '
The Hon. GeordrEvsns, of Maine, so lone
a distinguished Whig United Slate Senator
frarn thai State, made an . able speech, t-ouclu-
uing as touowsr - T- V i
''If-we have no flsebf own flvinri if p
have o tiumpel to call us as Whits: 'if. amid
the atnoke and dust of the strife and candid
ii'se they are Whigs, is to
Sanization to defeat and
of otitf psrties, I can see the flsg of the Union
Dyiug onywhere; if, amid the noifte H.ld din n I
arms, i can hear the tiumpet of the Union
sounding Die rally, I shall ua! atop to iirfvnre
who leods the force ihst protect it."
' This sanoaneemeut of the posWon taken by
Mr. Evans was received "-with greet -'cheering.
Cm, "'Ejiifulnr, , .
Post the Books.
'ElecHans hsve'been held during the present
raonin oi august, in six States, and the less It
; ' Buchanan Fremont
rveniucsy . . . 42
".Total 'J $
BTWe notice that Bro. Hart ha associated
with him in the publication of the Portage
Sentinel, Mr. Jamts Sohaiervilub, formerly of
Cailisle; Pa. We ii personally acquainted
with Jim, having vytyked in the same office
with bim, and know him to be a youne ma
good qualifications, and tre confident Bro,
Hart will never regret Ihat sten. Wa wis!
them both abundance of success in the good
cause of Democracy, and hope to beor
sound repo.4 from, that county in November
next, for Buck, and Breck..,
New Jenstr O. K.Tbe Democratic Slate
Conventioii met at Trenton :"' Wednesday last
3,000 strong, andnnanimously nominated Col,
Alexander for Governor, passed some gloriou
resolulions end afteryares listened 10 speeches
from Senator Bigler, John Van Buren. And
John A. Dix. New Jeuev is rood for Otrf
Buck by a Iriumphant msjorily.
fKr The Indianapolis Sentinel rive
gluwing account of a targe Democrotic meet
onFndsy the IStb, at Greenfield, Indi
at which the Journal estimates ten thou
enthusiastic advocates of "Buck nd
Breck" were present. Another large Demo.
cralic assembly occurred at Plainfield, in the
Ststeon tbe same day." a II. Busbirk
Gov, Wright addressed the people at the
former, and Gen. Vf. J. Elliott, Judge Cpw
a ndJames M.Gregg; at the latter meeting,
rrwe agree wilh an exchange which ssys,
the carpings at Buchanan that abound in
K. N. press, and by their stumpers ere not
worm answering more flu a once. Thev can
ueci oniy biocic besds. There are men nf
enough (0 elect Buchanan, without the
ignorant chuckle heads who could be influenc
by such frivolous and contemplibleeffuaions,
When you hear man peddlineWsuch slanr
Ten Cent Jimmy, Old Federalist, ormoulb
over the bargain and sale story, just write
down a poor ass, and let htm go.
D"In Gallia county, it is said there is not
single Premdnt man to be found. ' The coun
is divided between Buchanan and Fillmore
old-line Constitution loving Whigs are
abandoning lhe sectional party every where.
Believed that in the southern and middle
counties Of tbe State, Fillmore will poll more
than Fremont. : , .,
PTl't every Irishman remember that he
be twenty one year In tbe country be-
be can Vote for Fremont. At least, uch
(he lime prescribed by the parly who have
him their candidate. ,. ". , .
iTThe next abolitionist (bat i challenged
tight a. duel. Intends to accept, and then
dtsignste central Africa, a lhe ploce of meet
Burlingamegovoff by seiect:ng Canada!
TliU'iitlje last dodge. ""
FREMONT'S ASSAULT UPON FOOTE.
The Abolition paper ere denying that Fre
mont struck Senator Foote, breaking hi spefl
tseles and cutting hi face. But they cannot
conceal the truth. The Cleveland Plain
Dealer publishes an extract of a letter of the
Hon. Francia T. Grund, written at thi time,
(1S50) to the Baltimore Sun, a neutral paper.
Read ill "--'',.
"This difficulty belween Senstor Foote snd
r remont has been omicoblr arranfnl. vnu
will have seen by the card of those gentle
men' friend in to-day's Union. This is aa it
sriouia De. Mr. Fremont wa wrong to attack
oi r. r ooie .or woiua spoaen in debate, which,
as he (Foote) distinctly avowed at the time in
the Senste were not spoken with a view in
wouna ine personal leelinrs of anv Spn.inr
preseni, out merely to protect the country
against rx irtcd cisiont of the California
Board of Commissioners for the adjustment of
lsnd title. All that General 'Foot hnd nh.
med was, that without Ewing' amendment.
moil of the
Board, be considered that the bill would dis.
grace the Republic, and that however inclined
he was tosapport thi bill with the amendments
be should assuredly vote sgsinst it without the
smendmentv Mr Foote retracted nothin; buj
distinctly avowed Ihst he did not intend any
personal disrespect for those-wbovereagainst
the amendment. Col. Fremont could not be
satisfied with this explanation. ' Aas sensible
msn and a mnn or honor. fie must have seen
his mistake'iii attempting to eair Senator in
regard to all legislative acta feinting to Cali
fornia, and in constituting himself the heir ap
parent of a family feud which, for the benefit
of the whole country bad better be buried than
renewed.".' . : - .
l"n,'?.n. ,?,e' t0 Ub Supreme
'he PnJle1 ,la, f!om ,he UM,iio1
FREMONT'S ASSAULT UPON FOOTE. That One Vote.
WliilA Hi flillt nf Ontlnn tm MntituC.-il " st I
possibilities of a single voteere suoh a.'m.y
welt appall lhe indifferent, it is possible that
one vote in a State, a counly, a district, a vj.
lage, may turn thedestinies of thisereat nation
t - n. ... , - . 1
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despotism. This is not mere hypothesis. The
following facts, says the New York Independ-
ent..from a comnl.is l.nd. mnl,. .n .
th ennir puna nf .vr. va..,.
W ,, : ' .
uxa votk. una vo e, in 1 ne Lnlleil Ktnus
senate auiiexed Texas '.o the United S'ales.
.Mr. ttannegan, of Indiana.cast that vote. One
vole in the Indiana Lenta ature elecied'Mr
tiannegan lo Im, place 10 Hie Senate. That
vote was cast' by.ftladison Marsh. nfStaninn
vouiuy. Jttr. Marah was chosen lo lhe Let
wlafure of lndisu br one vote.. .
Hence one vote, cast by a private ci'.izen sf
primary eleclwir, annexed Texas; provoked
the Muxicefl'.wr; sacrificed fipy ihousaml
livesr Mtled-upoiMts a national debt of SIOO.
OOQ.O0O; gavoMmCalifornia, Utah and New
Mex ico; called Hrto bein a new empire 011 the
raoino consijt piaceu iiuchary Taylor in lhe I
riesioenuni oiisjjr ana our for I
SEWARD, Illinois, Saturday, July 26.
The Feeling in Pennsylvania.
number of Old line Whigs in Pennsyl-
Democracy, and who are resolved to go for P"''
Jsme Buchsnsn, is extraordinary. In alinost 'e
every one of our Ptnnsyhsnia txchsnge we
constantly meeting such paraeiaphsas the
following, which we tafceJrotB the Somerset
'Among the many pleasing Incidents con .
necting with the formalioii of the R..rhn.n ,,e'
on Saturday evening Inst, not the least I
pleasant was the bold and manlv ronnnf
been among the most influential Whig in the
cuun.r; mi. jou anu oiner n.i been seduced
into tbat unholy combinolion; thai aworn and
secret band calling themselves 'Americans
mown 10 me worm as unow Nothing,
They are to a ma, warmly, ardently n fovo !.
a Pennsylvania President." .
ST. LOUIS, Monday, August 18.
The'Weelpjrt'JSorr Ruffian, extra, of the
oui, iibici inui ioji monuay night two bun
Freesoilera attacked the town nf Pr.nL.
Kansas, in which were but four Pro slavery
1 he fight lasted four hours. Four Protlave-
. IF. :i .... . .... I
ii auu i.a r .eauiiers were Rllliiil The I
posiomce wos rubbed snd set on fire. fh, . I
... ... . '- --
'"iiy reurea, carrying oty a cannon
1.1 , , l , ' . '
.V-.. H. . olc,"",c' euieenrreesouers
n;r.r",."".7T7":.. , ... . .
.iuiiuici. ui.iwu o.Bie troops occupied
town next day. .
mree hundred of Lane men bad-entsired
rruemocratio camp-fire burn brightly 111 ham.
eiery Slate; the Democratic army is united, ia
inlbe bestofpiril,endieagerforbaltle. the
force, of the opposition are divided inlo
.....:tl. I .1 . .... r . . . . . . I r.
...ii uai.ua, uie lace 01 each look haggard
betrays a consciousness of signs I defeat on
day fixed for the conflict.
ITThe Washington Union states that Sen
Bayard, ofDelewsre, addressed a large and
enlhus'astio meeting at Dover, in bis State,
the24th ultimo. InlhecourseofhissneechllwelTt,
announced that his colleague in the Senate, tee'
Hon. John L. Clayton, would, under no 1 bol'lly
circumstances support either Fremont or Fill I
far tbe Presidency, and that this an- tar,
nouncement waa made with the eutire appro- The
of Mr. ftfnvfnn.. Im...
. v. ., 1UBIIU
sufferers by the recent collision on
North Pennsylvania Railroad have hel.l .
meelineatPhiladelnhia. .nd it ia ..id im,i
prosecute tbe compsny to the exlentof the "
The sum of 810,000 has alresdy been ,uo"
nii,ni..:i..n.i.....j f. .t.i. . falling
V.HHIU.I.J W....IUUWU ...Ol, .C.IOI, ,.- I
tTWhy do the Democracy intend to do for ...
ratiiorr wnaima rnther-in-law refused :
do for him some year ago?
to "give him Jmsix." '
Because thev I
UTA. vote waa taken in a railroad car cut"yl,
recently, in the followinir mannen a I
Buchanier arose from bia aeatsnd calledon all
i r....rf Col.
... v. . .c.uiinu - iiu.i .noil In
oil." No one appearing to aunnort. In
novel manner, the claims of the, great
Pathfinder, ; be requested those favorable to
Buchanan to "keep tbeir boots on," which all
passengers forthwith proceeded to do.
Unanimous for Buchanan,
ift5"A wag, looking upon Fremont with hi
dork face, exclaimed! t "A woolly horse.
woolly head and a woolly face.- Why, he'a
oolly all over by jings, and a little touched
trWe are pleased lo tee that (rue and tried
Democrat, S, S. Cox, nominated forCoerers
the Columbus district.
Joseph Miller is the Democralic 'candidate
the Ross JJistricl. '
What the Black Republicans intend to do
The Blc4 Republican Legislatore, at itV
extia session in Uhio next winter, intend to?
carry out the following programme, which was)'
commenced lat session, but laid over unlit
1867 for fear of it effects upon the Presiden
tial election r -
1. They will pas a liquor law prohibiting"
the manufacture and sale of 'ardent spirit iu
the Sime-i-wine, ale or cider not excepted.
2. They will p.sa a "Personal Liberty Bill"'
' """) 'ne i ugiuve-mave lit, WDieB wltr
bring the State into collision with (Be Gefcratf
Government, and, perhaps, cous civil war.
3. They will psss an act forbidding the SlatW
Courts from Batursliziug alieru,-whicb will b
a piactical dtnial of the nrivilcres of oliirn.-
ship to niae-tenths cf that class of ourpopuv
4. They wilt talto steps tii'amemi the fan's
stitulion, striking out the "aord "white" from
that instrument, so that negroes can vote and'
have all the privileges of 'citizen.
Thase leadinc measures of fumtiriim .rr'.
censinly be enacltu next winter in Coluobtu ,
unless the people rebuke Blritk Hepublican
ism at the eominc election. 1'hvr .ill
passed one branch of tha Lev
winter, and would have gon llirou h, b ii1
not been that the leaders dreaded tn- eflVcur'
upon the coining election. -
Those of our citizens who would pUce'tliw'
negro upon a psr with the whn.s, in pdttiro,
political and social privih-gea, and deprsglht
foreigner below the nesro-who ire in rviu
of nullification, disunion and civil wt aiup
who are in favor of a atrihgent Maine Liquor4"
Law will vole the ticket of the Black Re.'
are real snue involved '
in the election. Cin'JSnjuirr. '
FREMONT TICKET IN MISSOURI.
The St. Louis Republican, of tbe I3'b says;
"Tlie Anseiger ha not Vet brought out the
W hat i the matter t What is the nan
1,011 1 ' " the vote of the peopnrof tl,.
"''"' ".gnieneo iiiem 10m thefrput-'
oae; or nau u.e counsel or wiser and tirbfuv-
uircreei men, wno see in this vote utter petit.
ical prostration lo all Who engage in it, forced 1
,0. u110 "e project r The peopl-
' now wnemer me 0111111.I d.
.. lobe csmrd nul. ami 111 A
Ii. . .. p -... .5c,
l"e"eru.anonyoiner paper, can answer tlie-
Kiuestion. . ill 11 do it f
DTThe Washington TJin'on rives lhe follow
mg ss the pwpet and probable organleatioa of -'
In ease Fremont is eleeted President, it la's
expected Charles Sumnw will Im nniiniuJ:
Minister to Africa ;GerrittSmiih to Tiuibuctoo;
Anthony Burns, the runaway fueitive. to Eug-t "
man; ant Uolonel Loiifr to the Pfl,- lln,i., r
rv . . . .. .. .
im. iiM.ginn m go IDIO IM sou el as At.
torney llenersl; Anson Aurlinrame ta to I,-'
"les Exlraordinary Minis'. ran'!,Miniler Ext
""""""ry 10 uanana: .tiisa Wary Uullnn lo b
i,i"JMIltl' " nu.iusnu snu Uoverneis of
Canadnr and last, thoinrh. nn Ih.i. n.H,r
"ta needier is to le appointed "privati 000.
lessor; 10 coiouei rremont. -" y:
UTOreeley advertises that he is about lo
publish a Lifeof Frein.int,,hir;h will cost;
" ''.' We should fhink ii might1
got into ahout that compass, if lie leave1
"""he proceedingsof theCourt-msrtial whiclnj
wshien-d him from (he service for refractory ?
conduct in California. ; , . ' ' '
. - 1 1 1
"7" ' "e u.ermn wwuflr .
tirn.oiis nieeimss in Hartford, t'on.
ne'eticut. an.lst B iston, Mnssscbuselts. Their
ihl,t.ni.,i;.. u.u .M.k.,:. .... ....... " . .
Missouri all Right.
The Denton I Sectoral t cket hasWn with-
" ' ? , "J" 'V'"1 ""'
jsboul.1 Jxj, if Polk, the regubir Democratic
candidate for Governor, slmuld receive mow;.
than Benton. This "step is the right
direction," give Missouri to Buchanan by
26,000 majority. -; v-;. i ',
The Ohio S tat t man says nf the nnmlnallnn '
Joifnta R. GMuei for Cmtress by lhe
nu.L n 1 .:
nepuuiiroosr . , , .......
iPr-Tk. ni.t d....i.c 1 i
v ,,.n tic ..i.Mirrni', I.OTV fVlWUH'
nated Joihua R. G,ddinSi This is the most
appmpnate, nomination thev could make in
nnol The campaign for Frmokt is a Gio-
UTLrw Camfsbu.. the "Butler Honev." i
is familiarly called lis hi. friends, has been
in nomination for Congress by tbe Black
n n 1 1 1 1. .. . : . .. nr. .T... I
They have decorated their lamb no .' '
for 'he sacrifice; and we Judge (bat oit . J
,4t of October next he will trt on hie i
UT-'enatoi Toombs of Georgia, and Gover
Wise of Virginia, is lo take the stump
through Illinois for Buchausn and Breckin
y ; . ': ';.-';;.'' ',- '", .
IT Judge Dirbld, of South Bert.1, lud., for
ye,r Chairman of (he Whig Commit.
powerful stump speaker, baa coma out
fwr Buchanao enrl lireck mrijc
XT Fred Douglass' negro paper, at Roeho'
hoisted last week tbe Disunion Ticket "
Rochester Advertiser heads the aooouoce-
ttTiu- r..,.k . .... fT-i, . tl
'1UD i,UlV URTQ Ultm nU.HnUi i
8" The lown of Pomeroy, Ohio, waa de- !
Ilr0VM r '- afternoon, wxry
ount were unrned. including all the Dui-
ep"on 01 ,n" lown',he U0Hrl U0UM no )
0,nce 1 wo P"'""1 WT """1 p'
wall. . . . . . : ,; ' - , :
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tTGen. Win. 0. Butler, or Kentucky, who-
ih.r.nHi.tAte fnr Vm PrP.i,un u,iihp...
101a k,nn,i.u 1,1. it...:n . .... n..
..... 1.... j..t... . ..... u. ..
...juv.a, mu. U.VH..V, w ci.l ...o QlllTan. j
trThe New York Tribune, of Saturday,?
"Mr. Fillbert, a Fillmoreite, stated in
e,ec!. ReBdin' Pen. It MoVday, that .
remont.wss for the total abolition of
av.rv vrur ,1.. ,l;..l..il.. v i,v
v.w, . ti W , ., V UU.UIHIIVH V, .11 W
Kansas Fund. Tbe Tribune's Kansos fund
amount lo $2,881 79! How much of it
ever reach Kansas, and bow much go into ' j
pockets of Black "Republican" songster.1, 1
du-da-dah! ,. . .. y ...
Early Peaches, riot very good eilhersold ,
the very economical. sum of f 1,00a piece
New York last mouth, , - - .
Tbe Louisville Journal groana over the
of tbe elections io Kentucky and North
Carolina, and thinks the Democrat carried
by "local considerationa." '
rVrNo proof of temperance a man with
bat off, at midnight, explaining to s lama
the principles of his party.' -