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tub Dim f Qekai Xnt4li.ioknci
wm A. tui Ochbskt New. er th IUt,
t viu, Education and Kkiiuion.
. in UU Spring, Marskdl Co., Miss, by
I Two Dollar and n hull in tflvaticr.or
Throw Dollars if payment l tl'lnvcd.
KJTOfBceon IUbnando street, in tho rc:r of
J. V. M. LiTCiiniLD'i Drug Store.
l-t! .'no square 100 wordior Inns io? on lb
seriion, t ; eaali additional Insertion 0cot"M
1 Sc. Utuo S Bio's 4 00, 8 mu'a.f 5 6. 4 nio't $630
i " " , i! 60,.- " 00, " V 60.'
1 " " '' HO, -9 711, " 11 It. ,
" " ' WW,' II at.. " )JC
1 Sipiartj 6 MODtlm JT 0'J. V . 1 year V-W.
" " 10 0, - 16 00 m
"j, ' 12 50. 18 00.
4 15 00, ' 2100..'
l Column ' i!0 00, .1 ' . . SO 00.
' " " 30 00, " 45 00. .
l " " 43 0, ' 70 00.
Jr A.-lrrt!immnui dip.fj Vylnrpo typ,
and ler.d'j.1 BO'.k'cn, chargod f-..r the fpa; tbcy pc
cupy. . . i .. . an,'
r7" Art!-k f a ftnmul character vill b
in wnnd only im B'lvoi tit.oment, for which doable""
ilio i.,nul rnt.- will b.iclirii(l.
"MENS mi OpJsCIA.. 11ECTI."
18, 1850. NUMBEJi SS-"
J W)V : a. . ; . &b 1 1 it v w -v
, ....... fc ! , , , 1L' u uu.': : , ... '-vt ' . ,
I '
Business Cards.
J. M. Bnker, I N. Farm.
Mokev & limit's new liio.-k,
MF.MrillS, TENS. 1
AT. ?oTby insure 'uels j
in.i....tf.a. All ordrrs for Otocenes, tinuging,
. . . . ,.tl I... nr.ii.nll u llll..1. !
Kape, l wine, oe., ... i
.: ' 1
-.nn-cct rT'':',
Wi.vwMivw, m' w'-.w.i ....
' COTTON t-UlUrt5,
YiARTir.ri.An attention Kiven'.o selling and
I storing Cotton. . . :
Awnts f.r tnesale of .rp.niaTM.acc.,. Cot-!
ton tarns, ran, i . "t -
brated flunpo'Uer.
S. H. Oi ncomb, i
V. B. Uosotto.
Ann. 30, 1855. 3-.lu
.1. T. Stm atton
- McDavitt,
VTKATTllV Ml'ilWITi' k CO.
(Iroccrs k Commission Mcrclianie,
o. 70 Front Bon,
.11 Coi'B",,',lt'' Jniireil nu less other
Wise instructed.
A$nt fcrGiiis-oi.i)'sC'eU-lTe J Cotton Gin.
TVe continue to Slure and teli Coil, n at
.".0 cents per Dale.
XrOil lund Uirce Stock of Power loetn met
India BafSjiinf, Machnn! and Hand K're, in
Ketherwiiha lieavv Stock nf fimcertes, anil
other Plantation Supplies, wloeh r.e wi.l lut
niali to out customers ut the lowest nnnkel
pries. S., Mel). & t'n.
Aui-ust lllli, vi nS'l-'.'m
J. B. I 1.1.15,
,, , , c p 1
cccivin?., F6nvardin & Gout
iXlClltlliSt rUlWttl UIII&IV ' uum
' So. VI riont Row.
I . Baaciiig wtd I"tutu.Uut Siipplioit A'",:-
I - . lf-nd. b , J'tue lV-l-S5-5m
U, W. WAXTEK, M' B"".'S
Holly Springs, Miss.
1111.1. nratieoio the Ciruuit Court of 1'iiiito
V? too. La Fayette, I'wtola, Ue Koto and .lar
shall counrtes: in the Cliioe'eiy ' ' it nt .. r
tiando and Holly Sprints; in tue K-ikiu. Court
at Voutotoc, una in the Uijil' Ouurt of rarers ui'.u
Appeals t Jucksou. J'fonipt uttentii'ti to lliu
eolleetii'O of till eleitoH e'atr.rs'nd to their care,
tliroiijrliout North Missis-lpni.
Jan. 1, 1850. v4-ltl-ly.
j. ii. r.oorii.F.t'T. a. ii. oKitiiri r. a. n. va'tiis.
cToowle tt, ..u:s:st, & o.
Cotton Factors, Grocers and
fiQ'5S222il023 22SE,M151'3.
o. t7 I'iimii l;iic.
Jan. Ii, lS5b. n-4 Hut.
Opposite (he iilliolie Cliurt h,
MEM?H18, 'MZll. ,
J. F. ROBEliTSON rropiietor,
rHJIlS Houkc is situated on tho iiodn street, icad-
X iuefi'om the Huoiness imrt nf llie eit.v. to the ;
M.mnhU and I'luti-lcston 1 ailruad i'ciKit. and is
oni vt the beat ittid quietest locutions iu the city,
Board and Lniltfug por day, $1 23
Flipper, LftdjrhiK uutl liieiikfust, 1 00
tjf"t)ur table will sponk for itself.
Junes, lsss 4-ss-ly
3P extent Pump,
j Depot oil Adams St., Knst if 1'liti tl,
fllHE undersiened keens constantly on hand', , . . .,.,,, ....
n .",iV.:..Ad , , , iiMCDinTtrivj r... i brated niftster-move, by which the Abolition
. jl. i Ui.u or I'l'iHHIU ii.i.j "'l
Vella and cisterns. I warrant mv Metallic nud
TBlmw Tube Chain Piimn to bu thti bet R'.i'l m.-st
dumlile I'ump now in use in Ameriea. J hitvo
'-TuTJIn the last twelve mouths, about loo to the
' 'TCitinof Muinphw ; they have (riven tiiversl,j
taUsfaet.on. I will state that thev u?o mv Mntuhc
Chain l'timps in the deepest w,dl in the M.-m-
iiliht Nvv Yitrd. after the bost numna that could I
, . ... ,
b procured tast, tailed.
, All rumps aow oy me win no wamnte.1 ns rep.
roaemea. - j. r.vttwoix.
tif Chain -WlieolB, Motnlie and Wood rump
Tubes for Bale in lots to unit purchasers.
1). D. JONES, Aifent, Holly Springs.
' ir Win. Mills & U. 11. lioss, Holly Springs.
June 5, 1856 -4-88-6m.
Wholesale and ifclail (iroccrs,
North West Corner ol'the Public Squure,
. Next door to the l'osi Olliee,
.. HOLLY SPRINGS, Miss. . .
W 11 ERR any thing in Heir line may be hail
"Come one, come all" and examine stock,
price, &c, before buying elsewhere.
March 13, 1850 i 11 6m
r. ckvp j.
- OB O CEB S AND .: ...
Cdmmissioii Mercliaufsr.
T i . . Hoiif SPBinos, Miss.
January l&th 11:66. ; - v4-n3-tr'
: i ' J. C. WALKER,
.. . , . AGENT FOR
. Located at HaRrroao, Connecticut.
' .Holly Springs, Min., Jan. 24. 1868.v4-Hnt-6tn
a hi- v-.ni thrill" with tlic !
111 iii'l! II Hiubtir ills"
KliH-k Ilultidns. I
At a ratilientum iiisjIiii in Uiutimona iu i
. , , . . ,
" ' " " . . " ' .'
he expressed certain opinions relative to th I
effect which wnnlJ ha've proceeded from the j
,), ,1,,,, nr ir- t,,,
'ianan a pvopoaition
exleI)J tho Missouri Lestriclion lino
U) ,ie
!,, ,a( , ,.! ,, in l,.l ,1,1!, nfll.o
tho vole.
Ireesoiicm nr.d l;uci; la i iioueaim are
, . . , .. , ......
-isoimui oy - ine party,- a tr. iac muta .
Ti,ji,, v y ,. i 1,;,,, ln,
on tho snb'ect. Mr. V. ri Hpondc.l, in a bit
Hhiimono. Vt , Jn'v 2-v lC.'O.
Isaac Hvtm. Etii. Tear Sir : In ie.1v
. , 2;.j ,.,,.,, Pe.,.i:..'
.iM.va.i. la me sav tint I r.nxioii-lv pvi..,v
th'rc with your k-; iininti n.id f. clif". '
The ditl'erence bi'twe.-n th- North nriil Son'li,
touehin hlavevy, onl.t to'iMin iioti c.t (lit-!
ference. 1' ii wt, I am e ! t.l.tiil, u'n'.t trim j
nail iota and deinoeiaik. 1 m-mie vn.i that 1 ,
Rk i. nun on i-ai.b l- i'i..-sUcty nnii.
in teiitiment or action.
I il nil' on In 111
;i, I'l tiiiulliii,; y
viuir ov. n State.
ly to your ow n tn'O ieli
coud net m a eliia u of
am content that vrtt sb
far vouisc'i in d
your State, be m :.nti 'lavci v man and vo
ter. And 1 am siue tliat ..ii will honostly
le.lVU 111 IIM fll'lli, III II V V IL I H ' II, f I " I
b'aveiv; aialliiat vmi will not al li-mpt to
deprive me ol my eqii.tl lil.tsoi law lal pin-
petty in tne I t. ion ol .Stas. We aurcu lu
ilhiiigrec, and louve ii;tf t v. beie the run
Ktiiutinii fii.ii.. 1 it and i' ' '; :a li.e aihi'ra-
: in c i it ol' ihe federal ef:i h". J!it tjitatbut
distr.rl tho compact it-"It; and i: is tin;!
1111(1111- wh'.'h ih.'..' h. : t i o ! !i I hirif and hit- I
tenioss. V.ei and 1 sav, h't tl snnj i r nha e 1
i simply let the laws roiiiu. Tun aitatms i
say, there is a higher !..w ; ai 1 this niakeii i
, the nibcbinf," j
i Now, as to layadi, the IIm'.aIA Triln.w
i and Times have suiJ m'ist rnel'.bif'nly, that
1 "I spoke as to the b.fliicnee of tho file of
I Kansas on the value of slave pop. rtv. " 1
never uttefi; ! a vor.l on that topic in the
' speeeli to winch they atinlniie II. reniar.i.
i To pruvo it, I send you sever . 1 conies of the
jtpeoen. .oy opinion was, ana is, tinlt .the ad-
initsiun oi ivuiisiis, wiui or wipiioiit
. live, v,
will not iitltet Ihe pnee ol slaves m Virjf .j'.tt
i ul all. What I said i'm. that the cxte.
of the Missouri 'ine to the i'sc fie. i"l Hie
allow of n.'roe shivery in I. nltf.'ri'ni, , er.ns t it was the means ol 1 . -oitenir, n.ta
would I.uve atfeeted the price of sJitves in 1 ij,,,,., His whole eoiir while rrtsident
V ir..n..a. I,v ...crea-.i." tl i.nr v . ......g .......
1 have said more t that it would h iTa 11,
iull the liri'iid-stuti growin,: slave States
: have left, slavery only to the !ai', cotlou
l growinj; luid su;;ar joow inj; ion! llteol 1 tnin
! in- Sitt'es, and have lints diuiinish".! thu !-
er.il pov.rr of ihe s'n.ve States ; and fnither,
j it v.on.id liave etn'.l.l' d the i-bive ow ners lo
free their slaves c.l a larger profit than th",v
, can now- sell them. '
. '
. This U a remarkable letter!:, tanrc ic-pcets
Ihau one we find this pjva' Sn'tt!nrn liijJitu
I Democrat, "of the I'm banaisclim, .' not only
I expbiiiiiiio; his bii'guao., i:i a luantier which,
whilo it may remove the objections io the
North nmoiiK bis freesoil Pi.chai.an fiiet.ds,
cannot fail to cottvince t'ne Soulb ihat he ia
,,ot that defender of her r;;h.s
Unit lie is represented to be. o know that
j Governor Wise is nil! tried with n eriodi'-al
' mania for writing Utters, aid several years
residence in Viiiuia has convinced us Unit
tho general sentiment in regard to bis pro
; diictiotis is. tJuit they are mere ' fuss ami
fojtheis," without any material point and
scarcely deserving the amount of ink expen
ded by this remarkable politician in spinning
' ennsions out io an immo.ien.ie icngin.
This last production, however, this revelation
from Hccbcstcr will not fail to attract 'he nt
tetilion of Southern men not on account of
any merit which it possesses or which could
commend it to the attention of the people,
but for the sentiments it breathes to the fice
soilers and abolitionists, and which ;iwv
them more aid and comfort than perhaps
anything which has transpired, since the re-
I now.icd Tomiet-see Smith Deformed his cel-
i . .
L'aliks was elected .ieuker. 1 ho rours
L :.. e v...., a ....
Tho course of
.'. "
array me tsoulli against the .Norlli, its the
$onh u anayi:i naMt ,he. South, has been
. j a s i
chuckled over by the Black Kepuldicalis, aud
...:. r.i.'r, .-. r e v'
tins letter oi tue ueiauciuiic uoveinor oi v tr-
...... . . .
, gima win give immense amount oi eoruiori
! , il,a Van llnran tit Hi.. Ih du-hraiimi
. ,
and other freesoil Democrats, who have re -
ccr.tly rushed to the support of their dear
ffiend Buchanan. ' .
j" The Gov error in answer, to Ilio letter of
this freesoiler from New York, says in tho
- . 1 . 1. ....... . 1
very nrs, paragrapu 0. . icitcr . tuai no
anxionslv svrnuathises with b s "ent menu
anxiously sjinpaiinses wun uis ,iuumeuu,
and leel.ngs." Is it postnbie Cm tt be true
that the Governorof a Soutbarn State "ante-
'"' !Mthir th the feelings and .en.
timents" of a Northern Abolitionist ? Yet
ettch is the degrading fact. '
."J am content that yon should be for
Yourself and State, an ontl slaverv man and
voter." This is bu definition of an honest dif-
r i.u.-.. n -TO, ii. .ii '. . ,.;
Jle is content to allow bim to hold whatever
opinions he chooses, (f he will only vote for
Buchanan. In other Words he does not care
how" much' fanaticism is encoiiragsd, how
rnuchjfalsehoocl is propagated, how the South
m traduced arid the spirit of secfianal hostili
ty stimulated, provided tdiesa .things' are done
.within the" State, j' a license " which w-ould the Constitution but still every one will ad
exculpato the. craziest fauatics amoDg them ? i nit that alavery is recognised i in, aud pro
But what .mates us rnos in thieleMet ia, (as I W.d by, Ihe Constitution a dktirTclly and
tlio xvustivillo I'utnot romarkit) tlnit Mr. u iw
luiiilil I'onceJo thut tha Kiilijoct yf slavoiT ii
"ihiiatLUtumeiit if the i'Mt'rttl cmjnd!"
Vli;it dues lie n-fan ? What tiro lio muitli ?
1 1'.. ii i. 1 1.. i... l... i :n:.... ... l
slavory In all or bh v of itH rulutiotis the ilo-
cl,ion and action of the focl,ral government?
,,.,,.,;,, ,,. :
.i -
iiu ircipiu oi uie .nuii. o nro oi);ijeil t(i
conclude from this lapi.ago either thai Mr.
" of
iciliating tho North, bu williii;;, fortlio tmio,
Ito have it ihonjb bo bcJjovM. Fur! her,
i.it art! wu to thit.k of Mr. Win', speaking
! ftpirovin!y of a mo;!iure which "uUllv
J1'1' y'uh'' hp"! wave Mat
f jfi; Virtim'ii nvc
I K',tf.t . D..OJ iic-desi
5 to Fi'e Ma"vhmd, N .
,v arul.l.a, J ennc.viee, Kenturuv at; 1 M : -.-.nri 0
added to tl
o c'.an ot free State ? la h.! w'.li-
iiy to sue tbc'.r de.tiny dibCi.neotd from , Missouri Comprond V"cn:i'rt .'.cl. re t. r.
tii.it of the olb-ir slave bt.tWii to which they ; lion wouhj b in (l.r.t'c.ti Iliet w!lli tl..; v.-
by so iiiiiny of iiit ere.. I. and af-
1 attached to that ul' the Ner'.heni
fb bavo Hcrvtiri'it uIino.t Lie last
l.'finii'iit of hrntb-rhnftl ? Fmni his'ar. !'tn,;n
to the Northern twrivrwn.J'.'rii v'o are c
foil in believe eitner that hois wilii.i.; t
s 'e this lini.e, i r thai, to fcrve a pnrn.v, b
w ;
iii. to have tl
lor ine lii.ie
I Ulna., iu e.tier a.ee, no laareo.e-
In i
, jsji.utheitciiliiii.'tits ol'iho people of V;i,;.ni,o
1 II u s II I II' i.i . , Ml lllilb iiir. in u ii.iiiihi
a. .1 . ' I. , 1
to lu.'
iiith, and altacbod to lu.r im.iltuH.ma, by no
h'.'!t' r eoiisidi.'i'.i'i'in th in Ue maiiet va,!H;i
' r i .. . r ... i . no :.. . i
a . ...'.inn . j ue.'.- is inn mane
le u-f.fM ' to lev oat' YirTva'.,
h the slave-bnldi'v; Slates. Timir
tno'i 'h ii
i.'ie.iliiy w ith tin:
Cani; is lii-r caa-
tli:ii' I'..'.' v ;!1 I." her
f.'u;.. If ,i;,y',i.ii j eiaan..:'.
traoniinarv einiiaeler wlioin
; iiuni ti.u e;.
untoward eir-
ciim'.at.ri' iisve p'.a'.'ed i
inai.s'on at liiehmon 1 eo.
tl.e Lxecut.vo .
UhLouirll lis. it !
.vr .dd he 1,M...I.
at I
...li ...
nl time. 1 1 ini'ht 1
cr to Hii-hmond ; 1
e from bichnior.d te !
ve cenio ire;,) i;
K, eh
' '8'hr
t!ir ."tliss'irii'i 4,:iii.!i'iis.
,, ... . , c .1 . !
j n j IStichatiau jo.trna.s, ft r the want of a
mole sultftai.tial ol jr
. , ..
n to Mr. i il in
aie. ; iti'C.l ll'lj to UluiC
i nt Mr. F'llliuou- i,
in f,'- fttf tho restoration,, uf tl.e Missorri
lino. Now. a!iu. jet'lm. re, it is well known,
was op.rc
to tho pe.pci.1 of that line, W
, .,.,, ... a'ttn.. .1
upon.-'. I
' i very ;
o !i;'-tat"
vexed qn '.-lion i f
be iu f.ivor of the i
!) is known t
f the Cnmpi'nm-
.' liieiiMires of lH.'O.
ine'plea of the t'oit-
v hieit wen! I lie U ii,'
iltition in le'aiien to
MiS.oiui. line beii;
the 'I'cnio i'ics. iu
now rcp-iiili !, lo
woiui, oppose ds re.-tora-
t.e:; oi)
I'm rata" .troiiud ti c.', lot opposed its
and b,'i-,me the iiiie.-'ioii is now
lo i hp prtnei; l.-s of tho Cum
irs of 1S30 Ti.".(',ii'.','nlir,i
.'it. '. Mr. Fdlninr" d'chire l
man ii.tn
.' ia i the !. - : il: n. of the
U e Ilia! li
i 1 1 f, ,'. !,,u :, . : ,. t'o.
1 1, . Con vi. i
! tiie i'.-il ov. i
ri. ; o't,. , ,:, . v ..
Cutmcil h.ls no au.bority to
Ii'l'lo i: 1 i lln'i . ins hi' 1 or. : on M lit
i but we will i.i'n.in:i!o for Preside! I .u.d Vi,
Pr.wh'iit no in. m who is i:o in favor, f ii
t.tr lie'ln;;- the intrn lni'tic:i of slaverv into S.,iitb-ni man, and it would have Iktii lintl
O'lii.ore north of M MO. " ed by litis time Lei end all hope of future re-
, rT," ,''W l"rK , ''"''"
trim,,, ul Mi. I, i : ,.i.-.r, i,.n, I,, .... ,
resolution on the h,h': Carried A v 1 11
.... ll... ...1.' I...! A ..." , St. t
l'o-s 00. Thus was this freesoil resolution , these Northern faeiionis's utterly en ihio lo wrong, or fail lo do right but tlio fact ' 'be S-mles, way embroil this country with .justice of bis chiim. Mr. Fillmore sug
killed, whereat Ihn Ireesoilcis iiidi-inaiitlv breath anv eiilhii.sinsni into their broken cannot be so. unless made so bv men's all the world. Buchanan is pledged to I nested that the subject be referred to the
uoiieu irom me c-nveution. ranks, by any appeals of their own. Their
We have many other , proofs which show i only hope now is to offer the tesliinoney of
that Mr. l'illmoro w ouid ..j .ose ils restora- f Southern LV.uociats that they (the Noiib)
lion. In (bo first place, the .seventh section can succeed, with the hope that such cii
of the platform of February, lf,G the pint- deuce will induce them to place themselves
form which Mr. Fillmore approved in his in ho.ilile array against the South,
letter of necepliiiice contains n full and com- : L"t the Southern iJemonacy, a.,d tbcira! -"
p'etc repv.liatioii of tiie ptinciples of
I he
Missouri Com promise. It is as follows;
7. Tho recognition of the right Of the native-born
and i,al.iali.',ed eiti.etm.of the -U.
States, permanently ni.-ddiug in any Ternto
rv thereof, lo fi.oiio their constitution and
'""s, atui to rei'iiotte tltt-tr il uiHst'c and so-
to : .. V . . . " . . ' . .
1 eno n tnlrsiii ( i 1 1- n.-ti nui, n en n,.f m, i-
' 10 'be provisionn of the federal constitution
,vit, rj,t of admission it.trt the Union
whenever IheV have Ihe requisite population
i .,' ,
i lr" ",e rrpl'i sentativo in Congress: Provided,
! alwavs, none but those who lira citizens of the
,. . , , , , r
Lulled btates, under tho constitution ntid
luws Uiero),r ,, w,,0 have a fixed residence
!.. ..... 1'..r-; t.
i... n';' i"'....'oi.iid
1 the formation of the consiiluiion, or iu the
enact incut of laws for said Territory or State.
Hera is the doctrine of the Compromroe of
i 1850, set forth as explicitly as language cotilj
' "" "mo doctrine, mat citizens o! the
' TT..ii...l, fl...i. ,,1 :i;., :
-. , , ... ., .-'.:
terrttotv, have the right to rogn ate heir do
.. n , . . ;
, m-ue ant m.c.iu ana.,. . tne.r own mo.ie,
...;,i, .t. vi..i., .f a,!i rt..i..
...... ... o. s.s,.. i,., ,., .".M,
whenever they have the requisite population
forgone representative li. C.uigicss. tjiibjcct on-
jly to .the provisions of the Federal Consti.u-
j "on, anu proviuoumai. nojue lui . native or
! naturalized cilizens.who.hava a fixed rest-
j dcee in s.,el, territory, ought to participate
1 in-tl.at fomntioa of ah ooiwtiii.tion. or in thn
- i, 0 f .. .
.......-.-,.- ..... .... ......
, cs la tne uemocralic parly onject that the
word slavery is not used in tho platform, but
every man of ordinary intelligence must
know, and every candid man will admit, that
the section above quoted does refer to slave
ry as distinctly as if the precise terra had been
jUSed. ,,Tbe word slawy does not occur Ip
, Su it is
IViilitli ft-i.ii II
,f tl.a r'ls t" li:il':itu their domi'stL- and
..: i.: . ... ,i. . ... l
I restrictions inmio.l.l-t u in.'nn i mmu in.rlws
! than Iho ri.ht to . -i ,!..verv ,,d, r ..!!
I,;...; ., X'i v.' . ,,.!. , ,.;
.......ui,..,.. ...... ... . ,,o
: ciple is unvclly nut-. .lo'iifdc o il.n iloiliiiie
of the MivBou.i Ctjo
, Wbi'di l.-. ,;
ti'.ze.-, ana is Uiisilj, ?'
the doetiine tl.-it CVm-
tiris u. l!;u rijl.t t i i-';iil:it.j ibo , tlv-m.
inud noein! ti!T:ii--
. ry ; that C
: '. ,.'. t tO 1
'.!.-'' li.v .:. '.
,ve,y a ,
; milled to c
.ii' I ' llioi'i' ,''
s eoi,.iii.iio.l to i!
1 that Mr,
ii. !
i) il' ! tl) 1 1 I ii'.'. Da ..i,
ale l o! b..'h ia tile
if 1 1
- Mr. iv; !t
more W eotnmlt ,! S'jan si a re-iorai ion to il.a I
i vei.th scctii.i. of ibe ,!atfi m vt i,b n.'f 1 .
! nj j'i jve.i ! y h 'in. " 1
Aiiain : Wit have seOn that thn
t'olll ;'il
ti.ill '.vbieb lai'ilin if-d
'iin'.fi- v
y an ovwl.;:ir.i:,' iii.i!-:iv, u i!ir-vl
0; u-1 1 .nil pi ed i ii;i lb o C-un tat : i on to a tvs-
ioration i f lint MirNotiri .C'on)pnim:e. 'i'he
ii.irtb'iibii.. of :!ii. ...a'!io:i i f the Convention
. We:e ir'vee in a nr-ci-liur i uni'ier. Vhis tli-
, ,uct ,r.,. i(;., Wus vo:e.t.u'own. aul tho im-
'ine.'.iaie eli'ee; of that v. u Was, to dii
i,iip ij.iivi u ion mid from ino ;a,r'V, "li He s
favor i,f the r.loiaiinn nl'lh
is.ioiin re
st. 'ii lsi)i', and ih y are now found in the l'r -moot
ran'.s. b.titlinf v.itii .!', (he'.r c. err;. is
ly.t'.l..-! Mr. I'.iillHIl'a. i ll',- OMll.if J ililll lv-
"h? C !-.. t.lina thv
d...vi,- the mp"s'!;i
:ri C.mj
1 hi.
a li
i Mi..
'I;-.' I.e, ill aceep'i'i ; thn
; ted llie plail'i mi wlii' il
'.in ; tlo'V i p"vs! bin).
! ;,.' :.
'Hi.l in;ainst the re-lortll-f. ija. .
H it t fitilh;r : Mr. Fliimorti is ,b.'i! ed a-
j gainst all measures c!t.t.1a'flft-., renew the
a;::l:ilion of the slavery o'i".s!. :.. 'lie is for
l lie restoration ol peaco-iiml 'liarniony ly a
i.. .1... ... .1... . : la.. - i...:..:
I'.iiiin iu mi.- nviii 1 1 1 a i e . . if., n .'iiuitin
, ., , . , ,, .,, . ,
ii mi ion wane no oocupiv.t it.- rmnneuuai
! chair. This foi'ins sav i'I'j,it't at, the ros-
oftho Ui-n..reva'-t Tl... ,
.tist.Ier.ilioiTa tlit.rN.iM'havg r.Wed ,i
! tiiiittlou
i is'lrna cr
, him to n
"Ise Ih'S fTM.'l
j lijiou nis ni'.tat to oitpi? a iestoraltnii es
( cinlly as no j rail leal result would b; ore.,
j pli. bed by such an . PvitouH only Ic
i lo rnoilucc new cstaltuiatit to tncreiiso ai-
') ' ... ....
1 1 .i 1 1 hi . AjjaitisS tins bu stands pnsl.;cd, and
lo his pled.'') Ac Kill rimnin ti M. s
!'! RliM-k HepubUr-.-iu Hrejij;lh.
Did it never occur i tlno Southern mm
w ho are sboiiiina mil a! the. top of iheir
voices that tho rivi.t l't evidential C"iit''.-.t
is to bo b' twe li tho J t. nincracy (so called)
and tin, I'.hich I'.optiWicns, at. 1 Mr. Fill
more stands no cltanro whafever in the r:..
that lltcy are doin:, more to b
!d up ihe Ah-
, i;ti,,i, ran-..', than all the efforts of th,. Or..'"-
i...... ,i, v. ,., i . . '!... o
3 coiniiiftely ill .ne tcnu i!;.
iiicDrpurnU'J it) thJ h -ih- ,,f t',,.
- 1 .1 j l I' . 'I 11 ''I I. V, 1 I I It I I,,'. IJ.'ItU J, I 1 1,1 I , . , u:u ,
i n,: A gentle- Yet si. .'it is the fact. Tlio rie.it .nthein
g I'esoiio.uu: ; scviioi, nl p.uty which eighteen nan ihs a.;u
mid Anuniiaii ibreatened to ii'esi-nt acont,lele and com
piea:i 1 1 , a a pl.it- ' ,.iH or, n.i.ation a. tail st tbc jSoi.tli, is now
but a type nf its former self. It is now too
fonble to c.m.-e ahirui lo ll.e it) '.-', iterv.oiK
" lL''
I ".it
iM.rreetii.ir, if Southern SutNichtisn. hd
' -
. mumng ll w mi so mueil care. U
lies of win. tot cr name, say what liny wi!
the courso of the fiiends of Fil'inou; and
DotieUon iu the North has dune nwre to
break down this spiiit of Noiiheru fanaii
cism, than all olher causes coitibin.'d. Tiie
whole of this sectional biaaa would have
been extinguished mg ago, had tint the
Son! hern Democracy re-kindled the dyittg
embers and added fiCs-fi fuel. They sen th"t
their only hope- of success is to keep the
P.hick Pi.'publiciins in tho fiidd,' so lln.y can
, i il, , c , il, I ,. 1..I ,,
, meke capital ul tli 0 booth, by delu
big Na-
1 tional Americans into the belief that the on-
i ly bope ot the Ueleilt ut the jjliiclt Kcpiildi -
" . . ... -. r f , ,:,,:,,,,,, ...
cans is in their voting for the Cincin.iali lion.-, !
iuee. If the Pluck Ileptiblieaim present Sat
an array of strength, why is it thut their
; 1C(,,S
are constanllv filled with appeals to
- 'I
i 1
. inm in inn,i 111 n. 11 di'n 1 ! I ' 1 n 1.1
ara ? They see plainly thut their Scctioiv.il
- , -, ., , .,
array meets with no sympathy from the 111-
array meets with no sympathy from the in-
li.ll! o.t.t ,111,1 bi-ill,.1 in:ls;.. . . T I Ti ." Vnill, mid
, . ..fllte Noilh. and
, , ll.,,. Inl.!,l o,!,l,w.
of SoutUcru Duroocrii:!! M evidence
(hat of u,0 &mh ,,.' dieadlullv
of tbe ai t)t ,,, N()rlhi wUU u,;
. , . . ,
i ' .u.:. ...t .....i ,..,('" ,-.
i.M Itllio iu-i,lit mnv .A 1 :m.
nf ,.,. " ,1(,nt
! - . .. . .
J)iuu outnerii men oi tiaMonni Mmmieni
; stand firm to the standard or l'-ill.nore, their
i Jes. w.,lbe defuat.di The sentiment of!
. nf .,, vrt1l . . ,. rr.
nion, as our fathers gave it to us: dishonest
lauauc. tuiauesigmng poiiuciaus may m-
nmph for., while, but the sober second
e f e.. .
.l,,.l,. r il,. .....i. -.m tV,. o...,l..
- ,
cy, aud the Irue Union feeling of the North,
respond to the same feeling from their friends
at tbo South. When tho Compromise meas-
ores of leaO gave peace to tbe conntry, tan
tir'. both Korto and South, ycllfd rHt their
: r:i'"H'alPS lull !?iVO ttJO country, una
tit! -atiMifil ih !;. I i ili-.'ruy thu f.iir faliriq
; ,
, u tucii lint! in-i;i li;uiiit-a lUivvn lo us by oui',iii"n nun rii-moi
, fiitlii'.ii1. Wunl su-1 thu injoidij tn tlion
' . .... v c . ) im . . v . i
Imd tlu-ir mv, and it wus the tiinu for th '
' , ... .pi-aU .ben, ;,J ,,lly. ,,, ,,l!,
I ,,,,.;, .,... .,.,,. ...... ,.!
....... . ., a.u ,,..
i: u i'.ai'it.on oi ( iieir t --t:, nr "ino Union
, il snu.-tai.d c'.odl be .!.-.-.-rved
eh a
ta..v"us ci.'iorsemei.t uM th"
veu:-n peo-
he vuieo of
i l"iv toM.' .e liiJ.'..-'ireM, ih'it ine von
iiu p'.'u'.i'. iiio h ;:i a ind to brea'h tui.-.ht
ii : .1.,1 li.ei.j. xi'' 1. wnrti V..' ii.U' : !'' t :i'i.f
1 '"''
heir se:
jjle I'I't! .-I"1!!;!!, I ,ll, iO.V I'liC Oulll't
it i mo::! a iu e in direct a:,l..o.i! -m
i.f thlVf b'.C'ioiiii uelllaou -s.
il .t wv'.l. Win;1! lli'' jii.'pi, j
Is to t ham in I ha ll'in..e i.f iii'p- !
1 'Ii
n .
:.i.:i n iet 'i' l.' i': i;ii and n b
i' i j ' e l 1 ei ' 't I tu' :il or m'I..1
I; I1!
1; Ii.:".'
tli'".' l:..ey
t!i ,t
to a
ili'i!'ii''; V'MiM n :.4:: li
;,'''U". a h i , ji ye! suak a
r 1: : .k,.'.;v (1 1' ih.o.t.
' S ':tV .;i iinni, i.i'riv to tie; h'an.l .id of
. . a iii, 'a, i,inv to tie;
.1 f.u hare trie 1 him to
1 Fillmore on have trie 1 him and yoa 1 mnv
! him Von will I i i"1 at tho Nor.b with a
: gallant I ami who 'i ;ht rU." imi bt.iir
' and who- In t) lj, y.oi:'.'. w.li be it lr
'the wlmie I'fiion oi d its prose v:'.jio!:--,V, "it
! who I;t-ov t:o n.',1 noi, but. ivbi Co
rate with v-.n in rei .s'.-,' !u that ;d,'rioiis ad
; miuistr.it,.. ii ol F.!!in.)ri', which at iu ch,-.'.
, left our n lade cininli'v in a s'.,:c of euh-t si d
l.aniinny, .i i. ii it Ian not so, a since. We
:i;.i'.',d to mi i i ail ...i a S )i'..h.!: u in i'l no'.'.'
a'tnii it'll the S nlit h eaiise to he proud ol
Miliar 1 Fil''nore o'.rapoet! is to Union
' lil-'ll, li ""It tt .III I'll'; ti.O wiltitr 1'l.ii'tl, wh 1
world !ik k vit'i ci.temnt op, it I iie I ruitor
ho ',. viil.i il l" . . d'.', . :-,r ., y p i : , I' il. ,
I 11 .Ih : i the ch.im; ..f Hi" io; ; w I. i ....
.tli.it von love Mm v. lu I,- Union, and ib.t' no'
!'. -a .'..''i '. - i f 1 - r ilKb.ntir v.d' h..",t n Vn,,.,-
' iifii: you a Wile is to bo fought and a io
tuiv won, ati.l coil' ?,i ', ic'S at e ),"(,(. 'o ,
Ihn ii" ech! W ' l-iii.'ve that tln'app. I o;i!
not he in vaai. Then '.U'Oil.s'.'!
the victory b om.;l
Strike' And
si A.i.M'.t! ti, (he Sonllj.
f iHowin f ,';r,peal to the conservn-
UhiotV .ov;., , c:.iZ lis of tbc S,,h'.
wliicb t? t.,ke from ihe New Ymk Ex
r ti
press, via trust will fidt be without its
The 'I:viircsi is a national news;
uid represents those national im-n '
at ::.e :oviii
Novlb who have s!oo 1 bv ihe Con-
slitiiiion nnd the
w eti as throujjli gooU report. It jc:tk !
i for the thousands who met tit ( 'nstle (Jar-1
.J,.n ia 1850, and repulse ! ihe bauds of 1
. M,,,i;.i,m f....-.t;,. i , il id,,ii..,i ., '
id I iie peace
of th
e uuien.
The senior ,
.Kr oi ue i.ryreis, i:.e iJoii. James
...Its i tin "11 I' hi l(7,o, v.! i has mv
b; en nttylbi .rr .b-c; the i'lnior editor,
m. Fi',is!tis Brook', is a natlottul Amer-
neii in " 3 1 it '-. i in i ,e
, i
..(! bu
- as ti'iie to the Con'.i:uii'.n, as
the pule. Re.;.l the 'article
in e lie lo
here ll i;
'JVom thcN.V.
To tliir Sou; lii' i ii
bni .'-s. . c:.'i.. !, .'tii, '
.;,e;uln-.---. tuerieai;'.
) ol l!n' S.Mlt'.i.
..o:',!i tii'lf
" J'iltiiiorc ,'ian no chunee' and the line!
niiaii cry Ninth 'itnl, belioving these two
cries, in an v lione-t pafrio ic men lire
duped. Now, if tin; fact were ns slated,
thut is no reason why men : should do
bcing made the dupes of false cries.
This canvass presents many uuus.it il
points of coUstdi i'iilio.l, nil worthy of the
Ihe more thought; bom 'be very noveiiv
of men's j o.iilions. i Fieiuonl, a South-eni-borii'i.mn,
is brought upn.sflit Soitih
ci ii ciii'li-oit' ; uiiobaiiiiu, a Noi'ila rn born
man. if tu-oiigh' up jis U.i tn.i .oi:hcrii
cuiiili.bite thn; is, . a eaii.lidaiti lo carry
out. ti e Pierre piojicy in Kansas, and tho
,'uiuex Lion ol Cub i, kc Tin; is-uu to it
tlu-sr two men piatcni is ;t fatal one. lo the
peace Hill .jjrospcr.ly of the Union, b.'
came it is sectional feuds and fight;. If
,'iitniiiiniui is elected, there is nothing' aet
i'cd becau-e, iu .every Northern .State.
ti. ere wt.t lie ini gc m ijoi ities against him,
-hxu.the Killinorc a:i.! Fremont vo.e is
COiTi',:ii.;d. These m tjori'ics will not be
vaui'-heu w hen I5.icl.anan ntteiurjts to car-
rv out the Cincinnati policy that elects
; bim
nut on lite comrarv, will be in
i ... n i ' ' . ...
. "';l'eo '-1 it, nimgmiieu nnu prnioiige.W"" v- .. "" "". .'.' i.w..u..v. .
Tl 3 Jorti is hot to be subdued umj more I N"w, '.lie Express istiot a jiuriial that
thuit the South. Lucliainiu must i ulu-r
betray llie Southern ulicy thalelccls bin.,
,, L ',, ' ,, . ' , , 9 '"' .
t' " N.I I I,- I-I- SUM li'V UK,','!.,!:, .
..... ... n no OKI wio- 1 t., .,11, f,..,l
.1 it 1 .i- .- .,
L in er this tiallitlion, Colli .fill llistilu. 10ns
. c n 1 11I0 1 prosp. r or thi ive, for they W!
I '-"uul 1 " I' '. ul ,UI U'K) , ,
! .,d their policy is peace, mid they
; pence, mid their poll
I loii b,.st 1)1 lM-n, o-
. hri've best in ce-vvbureas ablation is
i ' i .. .
the lialui'.il abolition element. .
It is very for us b throw
every Norlliei n vote, we think, in i,'e;y
Northern State sisotinst Pmc hiiniin. lie
have but A) coalesce with Abolition, and di.
..... ...
fu,c the J-.le.tond ticket and the thing is
' ".' -""J - ' T
uw oww, can ie eu.neii aga.usi, uuen-
i lin:iu by 30,000 niaiority. But we, fight
Uiia battle unoti nrinciole and cuisider-
J in.r FP(.m,,ni t in net-son. and tivaehL
erous lo tbe Union in political
. ...
(. Jtitinrf mwl u-i i ni tr.i-n K.m ili.titd
1 , . mi n .
7 g huo even apparent strength
merely to ensure a nomical victory,
i "-ieiy i
,.. ,,,.. ,.-or f ,t,. !;,-
(policy, which even the Sonth disowned
j throwing Pierce over, snd in taking up
Buchanan nd it is very easy to defeat
htm. InourownSiat of JNew ork, he'
,ls Hot oven a uraoiica Cilldr in I ipnrv.
Tile batllu Ilea U realty kttilwevn Kill -
i .i i- . ...j i ., .
-.iiiil we sliow tliatl
y dia-ctiii.' our
I wt' l''m'i
II r UDOn r leniotll. mill l"t!finn" i-vrn lln
X'-!''--Cuchiin'in' H.-nce, if Bucli-jif givi-u to American ' principles. Tim
"? 11 . en,.,,,iey of the IV.h lOWevcr. ,xi,U
V 1,1U l'v'-'"" of tb '..ppoMiMD. and; on liny, breathes on - its foreL'n . vote.
. w (,.,!.,.,. j.do,.,! tjokels I.e wms, Hill
.Jim-lmja ,iin to .,. in ih,. uji.nH-ii v
What, then, is iln-
loliey of ilio Soulb?
.North rSticlianii.-i?
j lociiini .lowmi.oii lit.; Aor'li linclmniinT
. To t h-ct, llui-hi.tiHii by tb souibern with
b Not . ',;" ni voles as aecidi'iit
I '(I.'jTT!. if fill ld?b llli.'.i'i ial
ii :i
1 11 iat';,l!k '. jo!'
Hanoi) .
iniiieil I he i;.oii
by tJ.i.-i prolonged
ier institutions
nitii'ioii? What lo
what lo her pubiie inleivalv
i;i'' oi tlio pern to ti.o union
Union? It is r):,l
ri tendeil in Ine Souili tbnt Bnchnivm i.s 1
i tmtr mm to ihe Union than Kill more '
and Vet it'is Kline, li and h it, tli.it thei l c-'
inoioi r loiiio.'e win p.icity n.u wiioie Cniiil
try and rv.te.ro li.irnn.iiy n.s in ICit)
by settl.iio- all di.-,!,;. , upon ju-.l and
! patriotic basi, iiititist, wliteii i.o aoatttl
complain' ran ooimi from either ae-etion.
It is i. 't lb triumph of either section
t!.a' a j i-t tin 1 t 'lai'.lio Amoii-'in cm
jir;v,cc to ail an um .
Uitt f.;:,1!'.1.
toll, nil I,
t. as no enmity,
n e
I'Liol U, h"IWU u
tool, l ti ima i.!u:i,ai.a.i, we lane Jju.ii'i:,:in.
il, r. ply til ' I tl '. THKIlt H NO DANOhll
or Fremont's i.i.i;(Ti"" Tin' tbinr i
noill eiii'.ti' idl',' imnos-. lie Marts
;t'i I'.ftfrl! Sot'l . in Sl-t'-es no'i.V'n t l.im.
an.l iu the ;-'.'f ii .'..r'!.ern Sia.cs b"
n.ti d e o i y i'j ,;,!. ;,'! , !' (!,i in, cer'.uii.Iy
I eili, 1 H 1j '.;'.; v. b'..:!., is Let plYl.'ii.it. J y- I
Ven, that b.t. a ehat.' e .l' can y in 4 a,,iinhl
the o n nii-, of FeiioOi'e there. Dispel ilieu
litis illusion, tinlt It, c ennti',1 is between
I ren. jut and Buehmnoi.
lor the jinieii-j
c i! e in'.'-t, where 'I t' is apDroticlie'l is
u.i'v bet'.vein Fillnioii. and liuchiiniin.
(); cr !',." t.'ls. r mttst Certainly be Pit .
ul. ii'.: Pi .'iiio:. I in l U .
Now w 1, it iil.t Las anybody iS.iu.h to
say Fillmore bus no chance in the Nori li?
Illaie we not, will, in the two past years,
carried ibis fctatc for bis Iricnds? Is '
i popular now man tiiote inen.'.s:
lias he n. il ever been ihe favorite of this
'.State? Was In
.n.'t even
fed to be
i put on a ticlttt to cany this State? AVlien
,t. on. I .,i .or was run, toe pror-imtiie i
i ... -- ... a l.i., t :,i.- it...
but was not Fillmore taken in his steaj on I
purpose to save lliK Sanlti. Ato l.i
b'iemls iimctiveV . Did the .South ever see !
,uu c"ass as we. are now omy uo-
j ginning to make; Were ever such pub- j
I ic meetiiios lieara ol betore.
e, as we are
,.,viuo? Did il
viit:.;. JJ:d lite Jaoor and industry ol
the workshops ever pour out; as they are
now ponrintj out for Jlillurd I- il. nion-?
Was there ever a party so well, so (! 1
,1-gauiZ' il. as the Amci'ieu.i party
Stale of .New York, so lutielj of :
; . ;?.
i n in i in
i a unit, or marching so well in harmony
toward nlni st certain victory? lltiiB is j
TiiK lisii'.-itE MAiE is tiie dattle GROUND, i
in 1 we know it. and if we oo for Fill- I
more, we l.n.dvi e, so ones the prize in the
Men, liinnair, ought not gamble, as il
were in polities, especially win n parties i
, become iieogrnpincal; but without -regard W bile, of Louisiana, stated that it was the
l.i results y ri'jht. Is it right to t led i law and the practice, in the city ol Wash
Filiinom over Buchanan? Or, ra.ber, is , ington. lo bold a man to bail, or in do
it not wrontr, wi-nhui to elect him? 1 fault thereof, to imprison bim, without
1 What Fillmore's policy is, or is to be, , any other evidence of debt than the mere
wc I ii(jw fioni the records of 1 850 nnd on, j allegation of'the plaintiff. To cure this
out w tiiil buohairui s is to be we know
- not, because bis pari', fur tiie tir-it time,
have intcrpobileJ a luieigi. plank in tlnir
jdaMbrm, which uudef the inspiration of
i mat
ti:cv. 1 am no moub James Dffii- ' Clomiuil tee on the District. Thu Chair
be ti lls us, but Ihe Cincinnati Plat- 'I man of that committee, Mr. Thompson of
Thus, v. iir nb.oad and continued Indiana ihouoht the reference unnecessa-
discord at homo tire the promised funis uf ; iy bcc n.se the committeo bad already re
such an t-le.'tion! Is ii not. w rong, then, I ported a bill to abolish iuiprison'ment for
thus io vote? Nay, is it not a crime, and j debt in the Dis'.iict. The .ole as order
without any regard to Fillmore's ehi.;.ct.s ! J,. itoiviver, on the bill of Mr. Wliilo,
ought not every man to do right, know -; nUd it wa? jiased, Mr. Fillmore voting'
ing that lio.l, in ihe end, will m tiiiiaiu ! against it. This is the record, as may bo
the rtgbi? I seen by reference to the Congressional
It is a ciiinc too, to mill tb's electian I Globe (if 1042, pages 650-1. .'
sM'ti'innl, gegiiiphic:;!, as I'm; Fremont ninl Was thi- a proposition to abolish im-'
Jturbanan nu n are maliing it. Millard nrismimcitt for debt in the District of Co-
J illttii'i,; alone removes the canvass from
'this nanger of tcotionalii v. Fremont's!
Mireiigiii is all North. B
uehanan's prao -
i. l'illmoro a -
' u-'" r""11.-.1'1 13 i... somn. ami.iiioio u-
buie eiiiboJ.es the conservatism o! the
, u bo.e Liuoii. 1 iduioie alone has. the
nmias ana nrnns in me consei vain e men
in all parts of tbeJLJiion. It is lolly U.rti
to iriuni'i
over the North with Pttfhan-
i...., . n vj.,,i, ,;,.. r.-, i
i prophesies or pi
i .j.tti-
as $oiii(i - other
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sav. the canvass on the part of Fillmore
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! lnrty in llie Nortn, has scarcely begun.
i The history of Fremont. Fill.no.
comoaiants Here is not yet Known to our
i bi liners. They have heard of bim only
j s geographer, but they lmve not beard
j of him tt, as a Statesman, u soldier, or
lis to bis principles. The first oorojr" is al-
, .
, ready uDout ooxk off.
1 lie Norihern
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i "m the dupery.
lery. The more lime given 1 on the steps of the S:ate-hoilse door in Mont
c we increase our strength, j g(),nerv , Al., that "the a'titwlverY prejudice
giand ..Mates we baye in.t, as , uf llU tfarly eJl.0iUi,n hft,i been oblitiirl-.tod b,
nnriVKili'i.l tia nri..r.!.i oni-tmii. 1
us, the more
the New ilneif
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f J puiu.u :...tu toe people, eet .am-
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: puf s vve come before be public, we rap
""y "ispri ine t reinoni ueiusion.. i ue
, whole r remont sham Is daily coming out,
I and dailv emaucinntin.r men from- it.
j when the people are reached on the stump
, le friend of the Fremont t Press will
' on vih betore free discussion. .
inemst Hiarming elements oi titm
imuvhh. rm.,.i,,ll.. i Sn.l, I.
ibHliiluriirn - iit of ihn l)t-mruriV hv tb
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O.nriHiit. and to some -extent by th
Irish. T,,- Americans ' do no not court
: l,rm v.il... !. ai t ai nlof..!!..
Take away its foreign, nnd it is no where
i in in jionn, on an election aay. cape.
(eiiilly in tlv villages
Now ihe (M-tnian vol
towns nntl cities.
Now (be tier nun vole, to a great extent,
; U now to Krcniont. ftnd ibis abandonment
; U cor.u to Fremont, ft
.,1 ihis portion of the Noubfcia ptinOcVa
IV.. a ea.iv iiiiee on mo iioiuieiu jemu-
icratie Party. In the very first sectional
'onset, ihe Foreign Democracy of the Dem-
i,er:i:if: Party enlists in a sectional war-
i fare ii-tJust thu FonfliJ Tho "Red" 0r-
mans and tin, "Black'
in close iilbiuice against the South, aud nil t
ino equally the enenib'S ; of Fillinol,0
j V l.al l, tin; duly ol tlie KouUiern WOn,
, then, in such c.iii as tbi? to beep up '
. im alliance with sujIi Noriliern Deraoera-,?
cvV Certainlv not, but, on lla" Contrary,
! i, it pot its dmy ,to aily itself will. r the
I coi'.'.'ituiioiiiil conservatism of the North,
1 t'nnl 'Meat American Parly which Millard
beads, mi,! which be illustrated
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i'tnt'.ioll of Ihe Ojvernment,
I i.lu n 1 i'csiucnt.
I Filln.: i; e' is no
Nortbcru man with'
t Southern prhiciples, but a sound, national '
cotiiervti'tv? inun, of the fcbool of Va6h''"
iir'lon and Madison. Equity to- the: U"
nion is it grem characteristic, to the North'.'
as wi-U :i-i loil.e fciouib. V do not offer ,
i ii.i to the ,t;uuili as a .Southern man, but
as a Northern man, tried mid true to al!
part.s .'"f the Uiiio.i, aud saiisfyinr nnd
p-ieifvin ; a!l ports of thai Union, lie whs
I'r.-si Iriitiioiof 15 lave States and 16 free '
M,.t' i, hut of 31 Umikd Slater, and' be
unili d ns in 1 Col), and made all happy and
a nil content, bled him once and peace
once more is teturned to ibe country, and
in less thtiii six months the Kansas will be
hu. l.ed iu tltitt equity, ' which will satisfy '
all but extremes, North and .South, ' and
Peace will once more be restored to tlio ,
distracted States. But keep up this sec-
iionalisru of candidates or of men, pledged
as Buchanan is, to re open old wounds.
and to make new ui'.", and there will be
peace no more-, notiiinij but that prolong
ed bitter war of worn Is wlush ever fads
iu the clash of arms.
'i'Sie ltt'coi'd the. Record.
11, u Pucbl t.oelioovl we have seen
published fur the purpose of casting odium
upon me enarneier oi air. t'llimore, is the
charge that he voted against a bill to a-
ibolisb imprisonment fur debt, in the Dis-
tiicLot Columtna. t he taut that the first
act of bis public life was lo give ull bis
influence, ir. 1 89, to a bill to abolish
imprisonment for debt in the State of.
.New link, otwU., ol Itselt. to give the lie
tills cbargr; but fo: tunately, we arc uot
forced to r. ly upon inference for a com-
pl.-te vindication uf Mr. Fillmore against
this lutauious li'ji.l, the record is before us
nnd whenever il has been appealed to la
defense of ibis pure patriot ajiaiust the at-
lacks of the niei cenary guenill party its
response have ever been, not guilty.
On Saturday, June 1 8th, 1842, Mr.
evil, lie begged leave to introduce a bill,-
providing that thereafter r.n person should '
' be held to bail, or imprisonment for debt,
1 unless the plaintiff make affidavit ' to the
On the contrary, it was a direct
I'eCOeniUOU o
ftbc justice of that baiba,
1 ruus practice, and the bill was merely
1 me.idatory, asking additional security to
j niemlatory, asking additional security
I the debtor agaiust the utalioe of the real
j ,r lictiiious creditor, and in not voting for
. tt.c bill, Jlr. h U more voted arninst the
rccdgiihion' of the practice 'and
gainst a were amendment of the 'existing
law, vi ben a bill was reported for llieabs
solute repeal of that law. Tbesi; are thej
facts, and we defy the aocuers of Fill
mote to point tu any vote of bis against
abolishing imp. isonment '(or. debt ny
here.- Clarksville Ckrmikk: ' t
Thus one by one tbe foulslandcrs ieap
ed up against Mr. Fillmore are being dis
proved, and lie stands forth to the" coun
try as a pure and enlightened statesman,
with tbc shafts of his enemies falPHiarm-
less at bis feet. : ' ' '. ' : '
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Itlr. I'illiuore's Slavery Vicv, ,
Ld theiKople remember, that Mr.' Fillnwrii',
in VooZ, while on bis tour through the Snith
era and 8otith-wetern slave Stati, d'eclarct
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" ..v. -- v-L.i ... iuv wuiim vi iiiti iiai'ity
cond tiou of tho s Uvea of the South."
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i Let it be remembertct, that Mr. Buchanan ile-
! dared in Confess, fri 1S23. thr h..-w.,...
1 ed slavery to be a great political end a great
moral evil, and he thanked his Oct,! iW hb
)ol M he em in Su,t mhtltt j M
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