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$. It It it ' MORRIS & WILLIA3IS, PoWishcrs and Proprietors. PUBLISHED EVERV WEDNESDAY MOHNING. tin TERMS:--$pO rAniiaiffjii;AdTust.'.f TOLUME IITI. AV00DSF1ELD, MOKROJS COUA'TY, OHIO, OCTOBElM5,lS5G;i;"!r r rsi . 1 ; --'tt-NUMBERI. . 1 it ; n v .. ...... ; m r. J; a : : B it'..-''''?' From, tke Journal of Commerce. idjTgE -DEMOCRATIC BANNER. ,5 a: ' J Jrampat an l faction tlwir banners nnrolt; ;:' , ,yiJh aiBbolji ai mottoa that ehoir totlie 'f-S- f WV tj-v. v v '.' ; ' ': ': ; -J ljt a,9tvpltrj altar the ctIotwil onl j- i ' r jCBllabfo.rj in."lhe light.of Americs's sky, 4tthe"a)Ui oar forefathers' gfire to the clime, With Iti hallowing shadow that lengthens with ". ,lH-,Jk '' f ; .- '; J ' ' " l 4 ,Jljtejrjtjr'. sna ulowa the rjilley of time! Not as this is the" bann r we sire to the breeze' iff . ''A-.- iinvaiiwiU'you look cn its biaJ-si read 11 i . " " 5 . Ir'ttfi tsTa" or a - S ooth," while o'er meun- tAins and seas. . 6ratkin'oS;en3s that tell of a loal-souled . - r Wheru she, smiling, leans orer her patriot s eu- ". A;''" '-.' ' ' .;..V4 "'-o-.f ";- i .v "i ' 'r : ' Speaking hope to the future,' while borne on .':V. . the b.at, ., , ... : Ws shining, 'and shining forever, for Lt! . At; snehle ear standard, the fearless, the true, '&? 9ttbliitowith'1ts eagle, anl might with ,l Thai so iglofious-there in: i T)rotherhoo.I grew, I - - ' f The ean uerer be' seen": sat as lamps of a I ? . ,-rTT".'-.." jni broW shadow spreads over the whole -..X'?";": sod, " ." ' ' v WUHthe north's noble oak and ihe south' ,. sunnjr tuier , . - c r. Ara' bvheid where the feet of a Washington v-.. ' .Are, inch if our standard I. how fearless it glows ' ' ; " Eiro the dome of ear capitol erer unfurled, ! . With a blaze that embosoms each state for it I "-v."-,.'-.. twi ; --'-' t- . ;. i Pat it glitters the flay, the proud flag xt a Tnj but lpot at the banner around you .mi; tfcat hold . . T- r-- Harrow sjrmbols that shrink m the cloud-piero- ing light. ? ' ' - Bursting orer, all over America's fold t ' Let ihe fanatic then to his dark sj mbol bow ; Let the fac'tionift ragu with thp motto that If he conqajs, dash, down from humanity's ; brow . ; . i.' All the wreaths that are brightest, in dark- Bat the bivocuat ne'er shall abandon his guage Aliiie aiw his forefather built ia the olime, With Vla liAtiowina shadow that lengthens with la' eirniy s u i- lownlhe talley t time. BIpiMisaaiii Tor triye i Tho -Faje'jreU; word8 4 of, W asliingtou. ' jta -i ',. zrrr-l -) : ; '' t ' W5 jCorqmead ,;the following eTttraets from teaweli Address v of ttie fatiier . of luonntryjtoan; atteotlve ; perusal. ' should oe to ua, the preserTatipn of.oar Union ..gutcQji Io with what iu dignantfeeUugswere he now among us, he wpnfdC trowa, upon the geographical op - faeUo'bat dUcrmioaf, between the North ndlhe o4tb .barn selected, only Northern n'dates ; or - the Presidency ! and Vwe TPresideney, to carry out vthcir alienating: policy; -and, - who, appealing only to Northern: jpastf on aad prejudice, and by the. most unscrupulous and unwea ried misrepre'seutaiions of tb South, hope . . to subdue, or- rjfi!T. out the weaker mem ber of opeJgreat Uuioi of independent State-s rtgardleis of the Democratic doc trine of equil rigbu, and of the fact that all the States have ever "fonght and tri umphed, .together, in,, a comnroncause," and thai the , innumerable, blessings, we enjoy ai aiation are the work;. "of joint counsels n. ant . joint euoirs, 01 comwuu dange'rat sufferings "and successes.". It wiltte.s'ben too that be addressed as all, as rightfy citizens of a common conn Yi - tr7 whether- 'weW icitmns by birth, or f f - citizen f liy . choice .He evidently woold kave to svmpatoy, whatever witntne pres ent now Nothing party: appropriation f " the name American.' For tha name, be says, "belonga to as all in One Jfatumal capaity."Ta JMater. r Th of Government hick txnuti- ' tutu jfo i-cry feojl, is alt nw Jdear to -. yon. .1, Uy-io$ fo U i main pit- far tn the tdtfin of your real independence. the tupmt tyjout tranquthtg at home, ' your paWa&iroad; of your safety; of your to tegMgjirift :co But a it is easy to foreJ fee waifam.iaereot causes, and from ' differetfiarts;8mnch J nainS will be tai ken, many Vrtificigemuldyed,' to weaken . m yonj jbjuu ute, ouiuon 01 .tue iruti ; as this is the point in your political for tress against which the batteries of inter nai.and external enemies will be moKtcou- - stantly aM actively, (though often covert-.- ly tuidsjdioqslj) directed, it is or infin ite moment that yon sbonidpro)erJxesti r-ei the immensa value of vour national "-ica so your collective and lnaUvidaal!etrryWaiA4tpo4;r a . j U.ippiuetts; that you 8li-ull cherish a cor dial, habitual and immovable atUch.noiit to it; accustoming yourselves to think m J gpeak of it as of the Palladium of your political safety anil prosjwrity watch ing for iti preservation with jealous anxie ty, discountenancing whatever nt ty aupr jfest eveu a suspicion thit it can in ntiy evnt - lie 'abaiidoned; and indin inOy fi'owmiig npon- tfie Jtrst dawnixy of evert tttempt tfwieH'ita uuyprtrUen nf our coun try from the rj)tt, ofXx enfeeble th sacred riea which nowf Itak together t!ts various parts. : I . "For this yon have every- iihlacrmiit'of 8ymptby.aud iuferest. CkiEens. by birtJi br;tjhaice't.ot acomtuou conntry; thatcoun try has a right to.' concentrate your alftic-' tions. ; Tkeam'!if, American which 6e- lottjM to you, iA'-ymir 'National enpaeity. Biu8t;aiways exalt the just pride of pa triotism, more than any appellation de rivedfrom Joc'U discriminations.' With slight shades of differencf, you have the same religion,' roannero, habits, and politi cat principles.) . -lou nave.tn a common cause fougltt and triumphed together; the Independence and. liberty you possets are the work of joint counsels, and joint efforts. of common dangers, sufferings and suc cess: - : - . In contemplating the canses which may disturb our Union, it occurs, as matter of serious concern, that any ground should have been furnished for characterizing par ties by geographical discriminations, Nor thern and Southern, Atlantic and Western, whence designing men may endeavor to excite a belief, ' that there is a real differ difference of local 'interests and views; Uue of the expedients of party to acquire influence, within particular districts, is to misrepresent the opinions and aims of their districts. 'Yoi caunot tdiield yourselves' too much against the jealousies and heart burnings, which spring from these misrep resentations; they tend to render alien to each other thoso who ought to be bound together byfrateroal affection.; " s, ?; Gsrraonandthe Disunion Abolt:ioruats. ', Ths infidel Garrison who boldly: advo cates Atheism, Abolitionism and ; Dis union, ia out for. Fremont to the extent oi again-t Buchanan and F.Vmore, it seems to us the sympathies and best wishes of .every enlightened frcemin tmut be on the side of Fremont; so that if tliere were no m oral barrier to our voting and tee hart a million votes to bestoio, we would cast them all for the Republican candidate.'1'' ...... ."Amongst tub Vkk Presidents ok THE FbEXONT .MEETING IN THIS UXY ON THE IOtu in&t. wastue present Lieutenant governott of the state, who uecjlabed a short time since that he would give TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS TU DISSOLVE THE UNION OF THE STATES!" Providence Post. , There is merit in the Republican Party It is this: It is the first Sectional party ever organized in this count y. It t not national. It is , the North arrayed again '-t the. South. The first crack iu tlte iceberg is visible: you wiily t hear it g t wit 1 a i crack through the centra, Weuclel' Phillips Speech. , . ' I have no doubt but the free an J slave States ought to be separated. - The Union is not worth Supporting in connec tion witli the South. Horace Greeley. Fred: Douglass, the nigger friend of Greeley, Bennet 4t Co., has taken Ge& rit Smith's name from the head of his pa per and substituted '.that of Fremont. Douglass says the Union upholds slavery, 10 use uis own language, rue reauy , 10 1 . . . .t I . welcome the bolt, from ' heaven or hell, which will shiver the Union to atoms." . Oreeley gives it up. : Id his last issne Greeley says: : "We do not wish our readers to believe the election of Frimont a fixed fact. - We do not ourselves believe it, and should not desire to diffuse the impression if we did.' We wish ' it generally understood that the straggle is arduous, and that the result depends on work yet to be done. In' spite of many cheering assurances, we consider the states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Indiana, Illinois and California still doubtful. We may; carry inem by large majorities, but we may also loose enongh of them to beat as in the contest We consider onr chance in the House, should the election go thither of Very lit- tle wofth. We must succeed,' if at all, by the votes of the people; we cannot count on a single slave State; and we must either carry Fennsylvania, or, loosing it, carry all the rest of the free States." - This is the way "Old Drab" is prepar ing to let his y -ftderr down. '1 Be has play, td the game of brag and finds a change of tactic necessary. Bznnxtt of the N. Y. Herald told a friend of ours io Hew York the other1 day that be sbonld ; not vote for Fremont, and that he should sup port Judge Paskeb, the Democratic can didate for Govornor in that State. Eats! RatsJH- v- . 5 :.t-":. '-. 11 1 " 'V ' V .Ux-CrOfernor 'Cleveland, of Con uecucul, has backed out of his challenge to Dr-t Olds, "of Ohio, to cauvass Coa uecticut with hihi. -j j . '.s u,V. v ...1 w v ' "A St. Louis paper 6ays that the grueiiOjers have eateu up the entire io-h baeco crop. of. t Cauklin County, and thu last that was heard from them they were I iA Poiuioa CJotag to Ch Jrcli. , During one of the great political con ventions of the present cam ;aigi, a Meth list; churc'i was engaged for a mecfing. Tne boys,' who were on the alert for ex citement, took early possession of the gal lery, Weil snplifid ilb stickso beat th. iloor in . riS -oiii! to the spchejix Oac of theexce!eiit Mot'uo i a'ire Iren h 1 1 ee-u v?ry jusil grieved t iat ihe h m-rwitg. ent for sneh a piiipos, nnd booing to save i ms much as possible from d-'Sfcratiop, hi went ii,) itto th? gtllei-y before the in?et ing bogaa. and to' I the boys thit lliPt nuirht tor:m'iii''er.;h''y were in the church and to behave a", ni finer becoming so holly. 'a 'place: especially, lis hxped thpy would not disgrace themselves and tlh- place ty tuaKin . a noise, rapping, or shoiiting, or whistling, or any thing of that Sort. "But if there should any thing be mid which pleases yon very miifh, then, bovs. yoa may say, 'Ijles my soul ' 'Amen,' and so forth, as the case may by," . . The meeting" began,,' The: chairman stated the object of the assembly, the'great honor he had in being called to preside, the proudest day of his life, and becoming warm, he' launched out in such eloquence as to arouse the spirits of the boys, who would have given him a round of applause with their sticks but for the old mail's ad vice , when, recollect iim his permission, they at once began to cry out, "Bless my soul!" and at the cud of the next sentence, "Ainen!' and soon a chorus of youngsters cried out, "And so forth!' to the astonish ment of the chairman, who addressed him self to the galleries, and said he should hare them cleared if iht interruption vvu's repeated, whereupon the whole race ,f 1 hem shouted, "As the case, may be!"- fhe excitement became so great between the galleries and the pit, that the boys had to 'promise to withhold any furi'her expres sion of their enthusiasm and they were al lowed to're'maiuV : ' ! '.. J .' .:. Kansas Canno!; Bacoma a Slave State. : The Manchester. Union lias the follow ing, which corresponds with the testimo ny of every sensible and candid person who has ever resided iu Kansns: " Colonel Miltott XL.Dicketi of Frafice-1 town, ; has 'just !. returned from , Kansas, whsre he has beeu somewhat coiis.icn'ius iu h's hos'ujiiy to the Missouri:! n. . He is now, or recently lins I ee;i," oii t stamp '"or Fri'ili int, in the western pi rt of this county. Diiving a recent 8ecch ut Han cock lie wa asked d s iucily whether he thought Kansas ;coi;Id be a slave State, lie sii l jio--that th? Free-Suite seUlers, coaipared v. hh o;hers, were more than four 10 one. And he related a conversation he hail with Judge Elm re, a Southern man, who has slaves with him. The Judge stated that, if he had not himself ta ken an ax and cut wood for them during the 1 -receding 'winter, he verily believed they would have frozen to death. . . A Pre:ty Proposition. , Lane, the cowardly miscreant and trai tor, whs sneaked, n it of Kansas i t the night, has a letter iu his -free love" organ this Rioruiug, th Tribune, in which he nukes the t'ollowing brutal proposition to settle the difficulties in Kiusas, addressed to A. W. Duiiipbau and A. G. Boone, 'Esqs.: . , . " ' You to select one hundred actual slave holdcrs, born ami raised in Siuve S ates, who have already been engaged Tn litis conllict. Atchison & Co., among tho num ber; uud I to select one hundred actual non-slaveholdiug settlers of. Kansas, my self included; we being the party iuvuded and having the light to silect tiiuej place, distance and weapens, who shall fight iu presence of twelve members of the House of Representatives of the United States, ouc-balf of whom shall be selected by each party, with the mutual agreement that the blood of the parties thus selected shall settle this vexed question, and save Kansas from further outrage. ' ; ' ' The above is just what 'we should ex pect from a degraded libertine and despar- ado, who, having been cast out of decent society for leaving his wife and robbing her of her property, would be glad, proba bly, to have some oue kill him. He dates his lettor from Fremont," Co., Iowa, bat desires to be addressed' at IniianopoLis, Ind. : The truth 16, Lane, with all his blustenn;, dare uot be in any particular place just new.- 27 T. Day Book. " - tT" Belle Brittan writes 'some very spirited .letters from Newport, where.the ladies dress nine times a day, a greater n amber than is ' usually allowed to the most extra-gent eel. ' First they' pot on a dress to dress in for breakfast, two, ' then to bathe, "three; after bathing, four; dini ner, five; for a nap, su; for a ride, seven; for tea, eight; for a hop, nine 1 , and , one more to retire J! Bat this dressing for show, tjetie says, is a rarner costly and onsatis fuetory business'' ; What a pity it ;ean not be dispersed with altogether.' I s'l onid like to live in a planet where costumes would, grow upon us; wbtra . we eonlti leaf out and blowoiAlike vines and lilies, and where children coui'd be gathered from the-trees like pt aches."' Wnur knows but wo th tllbe put through a course of sprout similar to thii in same of the . worlds to come i' - ' ',;';.' ' . , Poltrijsl Questiot8. Whit w is the object of Lane's armed nvasion of Kansas, hi burning of houses tnd murdvrs of peaceable citizens? Because it becomes necessary to keep in conflagrations and mnrdi-r , in order to eep together the fanutlcul reuegaie par f, which would desert it unless the Kau nas war whb cairlcd ft, as all except the bid Yboliiijnists were deserters f om other aik. : nothing but b o d an I murders v iuid keep these fanatics together. Why did the Fusiobists refuse to pass he Army Bill? Because they knew sufficient force vould hp sent to Karsas, to m-tre peace md quiet, which w uld be certain death o their party, and to their Catholic, Cal ifornia, Cashiered, Cook & Co. Candi- late. . For tlte Spirit f Democracy. Ma. Editor: I leg leave to corn an error which appeared in your paper of he 17th nit. Iu perusing that paper,.! notice in one of iU columns, a few reso lutions which were adopted by a Society purporting to be the Jamestown Temper ance Society, to which are annexed a long ist of names as supporters of the reso lutions above referred to, and among the rest is my own, which some fellow pos sessed with more "authority than. brains put tliere. He was, perhaps, exalted upon the very top of the pinacle of morality, looked down from his dignified position aud saw that the platform upon which he stood was tottering and likely to fall, he then, like a drow ning man grasping at a straw for relief in the agony of death, condescended to insert my name as a plank in that odious platform without ever ask ing whethe I would endorse the resolu tions as set forth in the Jamestown plat form or not. Now, sir, if yon call that a moral act,' I call it a)very' nngentlemanly 1 1 ' a one; l claim to be a human ueing, ana as- such would wish to be dalt with accord ingly by-all mankin.. As; teone signing the resolutions ref rred to, I positively leclare that I never did. Neither .did. I i authorize nuy person to do it for me. ' It n true that I was Lioin i-na raised to man hood in what . is called the dark hills of Monroe, and still reside between ttyO of those huge monsters.' Nevertheless," I have always been able to transact my own b isiiiess satisfactorily both to myself and my fellow creatures with whom I have had dealings, and whenever my mind becomes so much impaired as to render me uufit to pursue my daily avocations, if that gen tleman will Le so kiud as to make himself known to me, I will feel myself under ob ligations to confer upon him the houor of my guardianship, as I consider him U very ollicious man, uud well culculatid to dis charge the duties of sence of mind. another during ub- T. A. McCOY. A Good Hit rearing of S'airts. ' At a Democratic my-etiiigin Wauseon, Fulton county, a lew nights sii.ee which was'addressed by. Mr. Edgenou, our can didate for Congress, a rich, scene was en acted. ' Several BlacK Republicans were present: and the way iu which the able aud eloquent speaker handled their pie bald factious was anything but agreeable to their feelings. Finally .one of tbeui rose up, interrupted Mr. E. in a rude aud ungeiitlemanly manner, and declared that he wanted a vote of the audience on the Presidential "preferences that nothing but a vote would relieve bis pent-up .feel iugs and prevent a case of spontaneous combustion. 'Edg.' consented to gratify him, but claimed the right to take the vote himself, and proceeded to. 'put tne question' , thus: . . "All those , in . favor of Frumout will get right up and tear their shirts.'" Two' persons arose, "All those iu favor of Buchanan will 6et 6ti.l aud behave themselves like gentle- nieul" The result was declared in favor of Buchanan amid a shout that fairly made the welkin ring; aud. when quut restored it was discovered that nothing was visible of the two Fremonters bnt their . boots, outof the legs of which. protruded two oairs of most terrific looking ears! North West. . .. ...... ; : ,v;vji " Wheeb to Taks HiM.--The following specimen of ' 4youug Americauism, we think is to good too be lost. One night Freddy bad been put to bed, and mother aud Jonuy wereiu an aujomtug room. Presently Jonny cat op gome oaper, on which bis mother threatened to take .him into the other room and whip him. ' ; i, . vMother," said Freddy's voice under the bed-clothes, "I know where I'd take him." -1'3 iJ :':": ' - " ' '."Where?"1 said the mother, whoso curi osity was excited.'-' ''; 1 ' ".' , ' 'I'd take him under tfie left earl" s jVA qnamt writer of sentences says: l have seen women so delicate that they were afraid" to ride, for fear the borset. running away afraid to sail for fear of ;he boat caVsuing-" afraid to walk for fear that the dew might.fall--but uev tt saw ooe afraid to be married.' ' From the St. Clairsville Oaietto. Letter froRi. Goy, Shanuon.- To the Don. David Tod: .f . L,, Sir: On my arrival at home last even ing, alter an absence or some eight month .urs. il.vNvoN placed In mv hands the .-, f. ' . 11 1 spea sas, that "If President Pierce had been Mortuuate in ins nrst selection of a tern- 'toriat Governor one who'would have faithfully carried but the principles of the Nebraska act; then there would have been ' no trouble. Ileeder was not honest and 'his speculations in lands, led to his dis- 1 missal. Tue . President .was' equally nh- 4 fortunate . in the choice f Shannon of ' Ohio. . jji He v M a drunhtriW ' - When I read this portion f yonr fejwefli I mustcoufess I was utterly astonished astonished at the bold anxl reckless tmpu f ence of the calumny '.yon uttered on an old pcroual and-peliiical friend- the low deraagogueism by ' which yoo Were evi dently governed in what you aaid, and the base ingratitude and :hoarile'si disregard. of private character you displayed. This speech was pul.lndied the same or the next uuy after .'..delivered,;' and the jnfaraoas calumny-it contains agaiust- myself has not-ouly went forth to the citizens of Pittsburgh,; but to those of Pennsylvania, aud . indeed '. the whole s UiiibB. 'a 'It- was uttered iu the, . presence of a.; large and highly respectable audience, as well as ia the hearing of distinguished , members of the democratic party,: from distaut parts 6f the Union, i.: It emanated from-a f on of Ohio, who.) all, or nearly all," present would presume was well informed as to my hubits, luni oiJ6rqueuiJy the i charge would be credited. "Uji to this tune yiu have acquiesced iu its accuracy; it istjiercv fore fair to presume. you .have, been xqt? rect ly reporied.Jadtlitspeec made by one of t hese strolliag lecsiir r on Kansas affairs,, .it wo'dd, lot jiave called fort h from me Vbejt IgJitesVawtMc uot iii the habif of noticing the 'varioVis calumnies bot my 'private Snd'pulfc character that 'unprincipled aHd nitiscTa pp ou.f political opponents are in the habit of putting forth ,for: mere political pur pobei. The public generally in dne time will set these nialters' down to the'right account. ' Ihdeed situated as I have been in a distant Territory,;, fifued 'hundrtrt miles from the scene where thee charges have been used for political effect, and not seeing them until they .had become stale aud served their purpose, an 1 being con stantly occupied with' the 'duties of the most arduous position iir the government, it would have been impossible.' even if : I had been inclined to do So, for me' to no tice ;jt he numerous false' charges -made against me ' while Imld ng the office oi Governor of the 1 Territory !'; of Kansas" But when 'tt;ummier of the same party to which I have always belonged a son of O no -onu-who ha I oii'ee ixjcii honored with the 8tippori of the great democratie party of the' State As "their candidate for Governor one who had represented our government at a' foreign c urt -and one wh m I had always looked upon as a per sonal aud political friend, ind towards whom I had on all ' occasion t acted as such. Wheu such a witness comes for ward and becomes the ..endorser of the calumniei of political enemies,1 seeking to make capital for their party, ; it is due to myself and family, as well as the public, that I should notice the calumny thus endorsed and sent out to the world. It will not do for you to say you have heard me charged with being a Ii qb ard I k tow no man ever made the- charge who knew roe. .Your residence is only seventy, miles distant from miiiu.' In two days you could at any lime have obtained correct infor mation as to my habits, .You are person ally acquainted iu this part eF the 'State with numbers of high-minded and honor able men of till parties from who u you could have obtsiued full aud corrtoi infor nation. If yau had denire I or - now desire to.olj tain correct information as to my habits or moral deportment while Governor of the Territory of Kansas, you could and now can easily obtain it by writing to the Rev. TU0MA8 Jounso, : the first delegate in Congress from tjia Territory and for twen ty-five years iu jeharge of the ; Methodist Shawnee Mission, with whom 1 1 .uvea for some five , mouths, ; or . by s writing to the lion. Ely Mooai, Regisler of the land office at Lecompton, and long a leading member of Oojgress from the city of New York, or to the Hon. DajI. Wooosw, Secretary of the Territory- Dr. Ronw. qui, of Pa., or indeed, taaby substantial man either of Lecompton or the Snawnee Mission. ...I - appeal to you if it was not due to au old friend that 'before making this charge you .should have taken, some little trouble io ascertain its. truth !-Rut this, it would seem, did not suit year pur pbsei You were willing to. blast and de stroy ray ,.chaActerJajeratei aocLwouitd the feeliugs;of my wife, my daughters, and children growing np around, me, md tram yU under foot, the sacred; obJigatiais of former friendship, for th base and iiifa moui purpose of, shifting tlie i whole re spoiisibiltty of the . KnjUS difficdils on my shoulders As sooq, as I recover from the offeots of a snre attack of fever, 1 i stiU preaeoi to the Amerkea:ceoj a Weekly Union of the 12th inst-a Vaper ; ,ike iir.WmysaaU; bat! Ihe fault pubhsh-d ,u the cty of Ptttsbiirgb, con- l of 4ruth.-rr The arge ?yon Sn. kgaiu.L T Id f ; lrW-? jo-hy, been j W dr.t&U W Utterly made by yourself, a 1 , democrac ,nass falge, at all times; and ValL jJacesJ apd I cvnrention held in that citv, in which Ton i,-u . ..'-r.t lv-.T v , ' f, " cannot but Deheve that you either Knew it are represented as saying, among other .t 1 XnzLtitt-Li -2 ,t.; e i r err to te so at the lime yea ntteredlt, bf made hinga, iu siea-ci ig-of tit! affairs of Kn- ,u i -.a j. .. ... full ; vindication' of eVery Act t7f my nd ministrattoo aitir X-na.Vfrai doing sa I shall fuilotha fotn-stejof ftnth..Ilovg truth,' I, worship at her... shrincj and shall j fbilow her wherever shemay leal.. If some L-'t r.! iA w w ui-ir ju.liwilli 1 T 11 1 11 IUi T A IIVV hxiiiiik x nHMinai in n 1 v ur n rswn' rnnT nA wi ar the charge in reckless disregard of lwhetll er it was true or not i'-ti wjo? ? i rr . i The. certificate .below, signed: by, the most prominent citizens, in my own town and in Elv.erii bhlo, VoYanUri!y.HVn4.ere'd ' to-'uie without the slightest soliCiufioU on; m7: I act-T-gi!ntlemenJ rapresen'trng every partydinown iu the; ?Qa'itryxprou)pted by a sense of justice tv,'au outraged t and wronged neiglitiof and citizen,", plsces; the infamous stamp of falsehood oii the charge which iii your reckless disregard to iruth you were pleased .to. mak against 'tne.' Let ms call your attention to the; nanlei on this certiScatf. First tands-ih name of the' Hon. W!illiai - Kejcjoh,' long a member ': of Congress .from "this district, aud recently Judge of the Supreme reurt. of Ohio, a man known. t you. for ability, integrity and honorand onVof tne lead ing democrats, pf the ' Scats v.,lle f has known me "from my chUdtood neit ishe Hon. ' John. DivsNpoaTi a'leadljBg roem oer or our bar, and .the. k ubnore eandi i ; t 'i I - ' y- 1 . ''ii. m-AtDon? ins occupants or tnetoom wii date for Congress a manof great utegrUatm4oottncnry who bowti wii iy and a high spWoitieubn Qtn..32xM9 Wfiiu yod kn owo personal ly,'!ormerlyt a member of the LWisVaturcr C " C Car.- roll, a leading member o-our dardiai tinguislie'd for aUyity, Van.d " utegrityp. and candidate now foil the J u dge of . Cd mm on Pleas; 'DAMiEL"cai"'al80 a leading mem bor of .'onr baV, a'ndl.' tEer-Fillmore eandi-. da "e Tor " Supreme 'Jddge' of this State; J ouv t Patto.v, . an. . old;- inerrhan t - in- this place,' and long .a "member ""of tiioegislk iUre; R.' E. Carothers,' a jifeaclier of ibe Mstttodibf Episco'paT"' Churl b, '-and: seven ytfara au associate Judge in the common GLEf, loag a Judge or -the eonrt, and Tor eighteen -yeocs. Ijerepresented.tthe State' of; Oliio in the I Senate pfjlhe United S.Hms with distinguished honor to .himself, iti'd onr S ate a man whom yeu or I or anyone would be; proud tb'cah a ' frieitd'; WtLiAM Kbnnom, Jr., forme'rly a mem ber j of Co;(v r ts ; I torn? X his ; districl and now one of ..the Senatorial j Electors for Buchanan; Thomas H. Geuin, the oldest tueinber of our bar; William P, Simpson formerly a Sshator from thin and Monroe county; Hon,i B. - S. Cowen, formerly a uemler of Congress , from this district, sven years Judge of the Court of Qqin- c) mon rleas, a. place, he filled with great integrity and ability and now one of th(' leading members of "the RepnbFicaTS party ii Et!iferii;OhK IIo'ii. R.' j.; Aletander, our present Judge. of, the ComrnOn J?les, a leaaing democrat,- and a gcntlemaji; uni versally .respected and esteemed Peter Tallman, also a 'member, of our la, and forrfy a whig (irescntatlve in the leg islature; 0.-1. S vaney, also a member of oar ta? and a friend to Fillmore.; irsq v. I have an abiding confidence in the ja tice of the people. Give them the truth, and sooner or later they will do justice to public men."1 The'' low 1 demagogue wrbo seeks to climb into publio places of trnst auor honor by slandering every one that by possibility may stand m hi way, -may for the :timt, in ihe din of party strife, succeed bat the triumph . will .. be but momentary, a just pubiic in due time will consign him to that disgraceful obscurity wtucn.be morits. .J0!t I i 2 -r-. . . , Yours, &e., ,i ... , wilson seiaxxox , Since writing the above, Miller Pi.v NINUTOX, Esq , handed me the subjoined letter. It speaks for itself. He is one of the leadiug members of the Republi can party i:i Eastern Uhicv. aud bas bewv prompted by , high sense, of 'ustjeeu euaer me tuts letter wiinoni vixm siignicw solicitation"1 on my'part""'c"' ' ' ' ' ' " , f ; ' WILSON! SHANNON1 ' ; Wb,' 'the ndWsignedTTMtizehr'of ;St. Clairsville, .Ohio, the residence of Gov. SHANNON, having learned that the charge has been made against him,, in a democratic mass meeting recently held in the city of Pittsburgh, that he was a drunkard,' take this occasion to state that we 'have been intimately stcqualnled with- GovrSiZAX sax for many years, and "some of us hate know him intimately from boyhood p to this time, that the charge of d ran ken ness or intemperance is without the least foandatioa in truth. ' Some of us have been engaged io i the practice of the law with Gov. Shakxojc for more than tbiy years, and during that whole time, although, engaged in an extensive praetioe, we have never known bim to indulge : in ths uia of ardent sptrits of any kiud while engaged trying cases, or in the tra&satin: of ba siness, and -. know that - he is ne In the hibit of -indulging iu the improper oe of spirituous liq'iors at any other time. We hare' no hesitation in pronouncing the charge as untrue aud unjust towards oue who has, ni hout regard to party, the re spout and esteem of this; eutire eommuul ty jui wki ;h b lUa beca oOroifn4 raised William Keaaoa. M,. L Hatohen John Davenport, David Harris, J R. E CUrothers v;-' Benjimiu Rugglef, XJUCarrolL Peter'Tallman, Themas, H. Genia, Daniel Peck, sJWni-P. Simpson, QtJi-Swaney,'i i CdmKft . Jobs Pattou, -RT. Alexander. Sr Olatesvuxi; Sopt. 2,1 856. showijimeiCoiltainrtig' ft tharjrj' made'eTst' recent d'jmocratic;meetJug hejdjn, the city , of Pittsburgh," that you were aXdrnns ard." Haviiig,. 'known , you -forV.llftea years, and beett engaged, ia the practice or law at tne same court, I havd'o,;"bi tation frorn'roy kriowfedge of .'yoVr baWti tn proiiouncjng-j mis xaarge : uatroe.. never heard.;the charge mads iyraay oaf . during the whole period 'of "trh l haVi been acquainted thjbatwTel V much snrpflsediosie 'if'tahr He newspapers. 'teUlrtsitrtMrtx . due to you as' fcltiz(n,anjd'yOBrel liberty to make such Vsef h, proper, f VRespectCuVty ' i : MILLER PENNJGtaiT,S?f - fJsi'i?T.'u.f!".-TOK"l,"'' kind of rhumah Wnrhst, yhjle. jitjrLT make you la'nghienVey s at tbeiamema lesson: noteworthy otheed4:i.-Thattl9 ry isrof. a gentleman traveling thronHiJ . Canada in' the winter, of 1839 who, after -a long day's ride, stopped at V rcd-sia j inn called the -Lion TaTern.' wt'ere th'1' contents of the stige-coacb, amlMn.S some nine pe8ons; s90U"gstherntl around .1L.t.--t--,ii:.1rr; ' --if...-. . rt - by -taking up its quarters insd .cfofereS6 ble an apiartmnt. C"AiTter few prlniitrfi ' remarked;:?:J '?..'5cr.rrfiJ si 'Xi ft 1 ''Fraeid6g.hat,Ms neuTSUt! peailing to en'e of the iasleneera?c'1 il-tl" .i '-Nolwas again the ply.r ..;-T-. . i-Very eagacioflV AnMalt ,i'BeIoingt'Q'?a J 1 t'TikWi he dyouri, .yVu1iW2M. sure intj. Sir,aj ;o;fcSir: heTsnetr l - U J"0"" (wwfc) "heXeiengf Uj!;: at .a mjatlet olr cyursertSenf tjidZSis -si?- ' " ' th last passenger.,.,. , s Hi V I7wouldo't$aVe7iim asaf j . V; ; ; -Pl i"Then you dirty; manWutemptlbW , : ; .-;". whefp7getoutl" udwithhat'ibelioii : ' gave himuoH aTcielfksenl htm bbwSa into tfee .streeV mtdst tth. mra ot Cstn viz lakh'. iotv: ',! l57rCaPalu Johnung, I wants to. S , you oneqTjesliea;',w' ' K- l you one questies." v " 'Well inronel it " nit .s!.rt:.a?5l.5tff "What am de reason' dat oer'lSsiiaiy ;- r - Jremonk ajsa, GArrisonMiMult B(tt5u ley, Massa Greeley,; ot asur belubbed te-T j publican party,; am like a' WyL cu---; passenger ' train on ' the PittaWg 1 v Wayne end Chicago Railroad .S-"4'V. , "Well, now, Ike, if you Isn't ont tliy curliest; woolly heads in dis party, I woU V . say iv, . But,, niggah, I answer dttsf' , tion Our party, am like de pustBt(- train cause day carry so maoy'a! JUa". rroallde'otherpartiea" 13-.. "Well, Johnsing, if yon iaadt rrm:' C est niggab datebber. wore. wotd,;dYwbirv4 worthless.. , You ctn't spell good rtot lt.r for a echoopxaminef. No"wA tU jcir V v de reasoii wbo our party aa like 4; trt --i conducted passenger traja oa'llUmilriBsV case txe hab a good eow-eateber-'ot !tiite trout. Taw!.:Ya,wi' ,i 9a Jrtiast "NFr Pe'?iTe t sTba C perfect school-house of a nigger. bjKicv . FKiscmr. John C Freemont Ulitjp1 the son of a Frenchman, an exchangf geBts that the original natao nun k4tioT been Framangl. , , Monsieur , Frac that sounds- Tsry gay, very py ixirt-l x. To be pronoanced with'f a full; Woui ,a a.ssel twaag, "piodaciag Asaaiud si5:'r',T:3 a' mammoth -.buli-frog; thu'nir asv Ttt-Htong! Kerr-Chugl: it Tt-,t-l.sjali A General Pierce U tbafrrt TrrL-i deot of the United States who bat uLforft v ly declined to drink wine witfc gwe15 . and be is styled in the ProTl jeact iy& iS script ft besoted drunkari r;'t.i;ai first President since Wasrtciitti:i :9at closed hja jvouse against all elptorf riti-iKHi 9uun suu hs ta cmih reiWkj r ruffian, au"en.ey of rellglotUd iCjJ, 1 dcrer" ' 1 --'i . 'v.?-.-;- Jii'ai ..i i is n ' ' t m' - stir - Th EjccLusrviirsss or va Tt&csfr-zi AwsrooAjCT. A whiu Fretao&Uf Izr pened the other day to step txl ea ,t3-i enrsiod car tithe UtUe JliamlZUKrt v filled, with negroes. A big, bushy ao cl Africa stepped up to bim andeaid t--0?1 dis ear is chartered for d exoUsJici:.;nI,; dia party; leave 4k w, sir, rig tmjli ngbt away, sir . , - la . is The1 relator of the atory- ni$ tiil . thongb be went Into this ecWa cit-a-J3lack Ropublioaav;: ba 45j ' Buchanan whita t--JDstjJ Expir. m;. a. v:. :-. '; .. , , . ... . ' ::i -' made a paose and b.U bone U.'.2i 1- off the eieVcaU'tl- blu4 fiot 'U , stirrup the ol4Ut oUmia fit tttf; , ed; . .vv.V ;.;,-' ;:s'v-;":.; "Eoalfcat, "OobWn, if.you anrr'-'t's -,'" BlJSCennQnJtLJLjsvi-bwilJ!:'"" .... -- ;v.. 1