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bjf MM lti HrV, ffinn 0f ftrftowalify f lli fMnki ami fli UdUtjr of
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witlMf " v ! ,mi Jamrmtl of . ..llwmiMtrai
Nfftftn wbi'h b mjTi ' 1 "Tli lull r 'ititUd, "An am fo f Mftf
i -i mMiiiMfifil .fiv,i. in ii.i- Miiipj.i Union
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il ifi tart iIim nl'i''i f m mi in ih Hfifiin'itii-
i. if, tut, -.1 III I, iv. ;tl,. III" ilii4 Ml lli ,i I'1
MWr nf attorney ly lit' agrnt, nfier r K,M
a e sanctioned im receipt f in money Mfl
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vhil your nn Midi
wlial it .rl.il,i,. Il.i ,., , n
i iv' imi ( nil- iiiim Imiiii1
livrr yon hi rnty,
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ii health ti Hknkv Clay,
nnl tuny it
ir Slate i h licuril 1 1 iiaiir .
Clay mill Clnytii too,
I' ( lav mill 'luytoii too;
nVr our Slate ii lit'iinl the tmiiic,
t' I luv and I iiivton too,
is in tho turn for us
N lur must n.
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i mir 1'iiinil rv k nnu s III un ;.
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f anil Vluitnn too:
Of Cloy, Sic.
Ill M u utuir (1 I 1 .I'.ll I'lll M'H.
rote our 7YeJtf tbroughi
ext we vote, our votes will count.
fay and Clayton too:
For (Jin y, &c.
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u ri mi ir r hi I n ri mm.
have a luAtM.
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unbroken phalanx move,
My and Llavtnn too:
For lay. &c-
UMBRA.
rn, Mi., Sept. 31, 143.
n ) niu T.ivtnci! ats
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: Free Trader, the strongest loco-
m the State. Its Editor, Mr. Uoii-
, nil VI- -III rn i 1 1 il l I'll l , if i f rij'i 'l l n- 1 1 nil ii- y i ..............
mmtoni ll ! wipiiltw, r ilfirifiiiii mil ""u-' i, ami th mtymui m the inoney.
a I1..1- Win, III Villi :IV til I.iii. ,1,1,1 Villi III nil lull
riMiiiiH living.
i on Hut licit, Mr. II., lit rrr into , ' ' v M Inni, !ir, I Imve matl Hiiy with
win, I, wm nri'l s,.ur .i.t t v Imv h.lleii th pruienli ol your ,n.irty I Imve liu.l
.fupl never did reiv th- in.inv itl.r l.y '"'I tenrlit ol it, hut I find on on tilting
tt,r,urri or tlo-ir '17 lf,,intnf ot;ut. ' ColiMltlltloil ol my Stute, tll.lt ll I Mi l to
Th whole tiniiiaetion wiM Iriiii.litlent, 1111:111- I "' '"" ''.ne , I - , rommit I gre-
t hot ie.l ami therefore void from beginning to viouh niimgainst that mtcred iiiMrumenr I
r( l aniiot think ol siirli a rt nne a violating ill
Mrc. Well, Sir, you nre a l.awver, and I I institution DfxMl Wltletl I live. II I
Ml nothing hut an huml.lo hlacliamilbl lut I ' r f l,lls money, I should damn
must presume to an red you in this matter. - .11 Hie tldfMtlOfl tl lOcMt) and ol the
rn, suv the neciile's , ,,, ,, whole CIVllj ml world. Incuse me, Sir, il you
.. . .1 1 11 11.. i,lf'iiv iiiv hi : iii.lv :i- :i I citiim Mini in
1 1 mil i..ieie Ilie iiioney; now las noiuiy I" ' "V . .
Hffirm thnt thev ht, and iiioceed ronlideutlv
to the proof. I find ly careful examination,
that the money paid by Mr. Hiddle lor thOM
Union Hank honds, was paid into the hands ol
iUm umutmam i s" of tlie L'niou Hank which
It n in
honest man. is to maintain U'.violate He- sa
Otad charter which 1 have tacitly sworn to
support you ought to have known better
than to .sell me those slaves in palpable vio
lation ol the fundamental law. As your:
him, hr individuate ver mlbld lo fha
I ii I! ink . Ii or. ii MeM) d- I. I 'li i !
mlilution eoiild nnl rlt il dol, and al
I be ni m Inn th Hrown fnmilv "fr mdbl
ed th iitinMint nUive stated.
Would it not aim h in well, In k- it Im-
for the people, that . II f'hiylou, boiid n)
M . l n m th - hair
lin torn ton,
I Kttmiite ro4, find reported lha lull
nil) Inn-tit ihii.n. wlu'-li report,
( n notion m Mr. Joelyn,
W n n ri ived
Mi. Stewart, of IliiiiU, then moved thnt lb
i v.
It llltl ll'liS' ' s Ol nil.- i mini i i, 1 1 1 iv . 1 1 1 v . 1 1 ill
ttnogtri WtW created by the on gum! net the lolly ol selling, on your head he the
Mr. 15., you have convinced me
l.r pllll'l II It I I W 1 1 1 -ill I Hank. 1 find that those loss.
UMIIVMUB , S3,
li lt HUinl"i'l's o I i ' ef i.ii u uu wic to . tmtm-i i
i, i munti . ..t 'the cases are nara lie I. and 1 do not hesitate
itiiitf til'; rsmntiiris, mi ouu oniitn hi uumi - - - f , ,
ZLZke lgi,ktur4 find that the said 1 to say 1 shoo Id JSfff
money was sol received by a hoard ol nine- - . - "
ZTeUedbVi holderi but by wrongi from thla dav forth, 1 shall advocate
tMe tn managers, provided for it. the origi- the payment ol the bonds. R
nal bill (the constitutionality of which no one n Wi
disputes) and that to all intents and purposes oppnnR vwv PROPI R
these managers, thus elected by the Repre,enta. KEEI H BEFORE THE I LUL LL.
tires of the people, were the people's lawfully "Keep it before the people, that George It.
appointed agents lor receiving n. now u j i (;iay ton, the oona-paying wmg canuiuttia iui
am right in this, and I challenge you to show j Governor, said in a speech at this place that
that I am wrong, all your fine legal argument ne was in favor of taxing the people of this
about the want of a regular authorised agen- State to pay the Union Hank Bonds; and he
cy in the transaction is scattered to the winds.: u.oud not veto any bill the Legislature might
" Can. I begin to see, Mr. B., that although gs jor that purpose." Oxford Observer.
voti stand here bv vour bellows and anvil from . . .
IZ to day, you have found leisure to examine Here is an appeal made to the people why
this subject very closely. I dont profess to they should not vote forG. K. Clayton, which
understand it very thoroughly myself, but one W0UJd rj0 very well, if addressed to a pen of
thing 1 do know, that if these bonds arc paid, i swjne jn tle naill0 0f God are we not to pay
they will have lo be paid by "taxation," which forsooth, it mav put us to
must fall oppressing v on the mechanics and a -i ' : '
King Jen of thVcountry. I am resolved a little trouble to get the funds to do so An
to oDPOse all taxation for such a purpose, be-j honorable man who is in debt, will settle fair
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v v ""- r i ,u i. ,..,,) ,,t v n en ii ren s . . . n 1 ir ii,n,, ,t
it. .. ,T . t l j:j ... i men aim iuue mc uicuu the at roniei v 10 ieu me i nc n mcy v.i
inn i s. vi: i lutnt uiiwia..- i, . ..,-.(..,. ii,. nvtnn. mm inev
- 7 - o uonraiiii, aim viv. , -j
gCriff.-Tmad ty r nd that you have will have to paya little --thing for doing
touched on thisfubject ;of taxation, particular- so. On the other hand, it they will act dts-
Iv the taxation of mechanics and laboring men honestly and vote lor Hrown, that they will
like myself. 1 have rellected on this matter haye not,jng to pay? Hcautiful doctrine this!
and beg to dissent from your views of the o- Pemocrats Qf Mississippi, were you not in-
pression .o which w. are to be subjected by humbugged at the last election, by
the imposition oi uixcs to Kv H . " , '. j:. Qfl niinML aom.
lig (audidiif lor (Miveiimr, n . ' liinruwil ,, he Mcntiiuutled to a sele.t committee of
one. lop ii (ioin7 lmk in Ins hi'', nor Im hve; wlin upnti,
he ever been connected with them in any ' . voir wn taken by yean and nays,
manner -hap oi hu m. I mi the other hand he AnA (P, ided ri the ;ilbi m id
m well known at home, as the sterling and lion
est fanner ( !lavtou.
Keep it befuie the people, that the MMM
sion of (i. K. ( lavton, that "he would not ve
to any bill the Legislature might pass" in fa
vu. of PAYING Till: BONDS, meets ihl
entire approbation of every true and honest j
heaitcd bond-payer of Mississippi and the I
fear of having the contents of one's IM'KSK
lessened, should never be a sufficient cause lor
acting DISHONESTLY.
If the Oxford Observer will only keep a
few more such paragraphs before the People,
it ii. n ii ns ii w is in i' i-i n
"Old Democrat of '7f," be was
cornered, and forced to comply.
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ii inn i-i.,,i if t nm- nn urn i s.
' . . I V k V.V I T I J V . ' 1 I 1 I I . '
deed, and award to him a disposition to do jus
tice to Mr. Clayton and his Inends.
We find the following communication in
the Grenada Herald of the y tli inst.
Coffciville, (Miss.) September 1, 1813.
Mr. Editor- Allow me to call the attention
of your readers to a candidate for the Clerk
ship of the Chancery Court at Carrollton, Col.
J. .1. HODGE, who" has recently paid us a vis
it on an electioneering tour. Col. llodge is a
rTntlman in the fullest sense of the term
a man of business and well acquainted with
- . . i l 1
the duties ol the office he seeks at your nanus.
Hp Is not :is well known in Yalobusha and
Tallahatchie counties as he is in Carroll and
Holmes, or his election would be certain.
The opinion of the Bar in the counties where
he is known is decidedly in his favor, and al
most unanimous in the town of Ins residence.
If von see a tall well dressed gentleman, (with
a white hat,) courteous and kind in bis inter
course with his associates, dignified and com
manding in his general bearing, and very well
disposed towards every body, (and particular
ly voters) that's Col. llodge," of Carrollton, the
verv man for Clerk of the Chancery Court at
Carrollton. AX OLD RESIDENTER.
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Nil Wo t, i iu- rn o IP ( ll
lews, whirh mnnv of onr clear-
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I flllALdmn I ,n T - I. If'O
but a
year.
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...uu.i.. . . . uir vip ik mean- a ..., ii lo hiimhnorfffln hv
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- llli r", nil i.i o to Iui" IMA I .IMls.l- nil il aiii'l' ' - . uiu'- , n -
" . " , 11. l I i. naiiL'AQ 'll.'llll SS I A M ll I UdV . . -, II C .. ,.,., I ,,M I
nuauv, cieai ui cAticiiov.o,v i such brineu narpies, manv 01 wnuuiuww .i.v...
no oilier lai for the support ol goverii,iit , assi'slance rendered them
I"'1 !al. LST1,17 ,nr. . r,o"f ,v the Union Bank. If they can only keep
11 mis wen; uiiuuim -.- , ..
this back lrom the people maKe meui ueuevc
that the bond-payers are going to sell them
out of bouse, land and negroes, why their ne
farious designs are consummated. They will
endeavor to incite every person who holds a
dollar of Union money, or who has ever lost
bv its depreciation, against the Bank. Is it
not a plain case, that just the amount a dollar
of Union money depreciates, it is so much
dear cash to the bank borrower and of equal
loss to the bill-holder. To those who have
been swindled out of their all by bank-borrowers,
we are now speaking. Point to an
anti-bond aspirantone w ho is bitterly oppos
luesuon, t"at inus asica pmceiy a. v nount
- ummns. i imniv mere aic ic " . . . , , , , ne:An- n Jnsio-.
to So tMJ, anu tins i suuuiu ...v.. ....
nificant sum lor me to contribute towards the
preservation of the plighted honor of my
Snte Take again for another example, one
of our worthy overseers from $500 to $1200
per annum, and if his taxes were ireased
our fold he would at last pay but 3 or 4 dollars
to the Stale in the shape of taxes, and lrom
mv knowledge of this class of men, their patri
otism would deem this a trifle in comparison
with the honor and character of the State.
Qan Well 1 conless tnese views nc
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the technical cunning and chicane-
tirtfnl c hortli. 1 mL.wL.wt Ktr v ill1 I
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iw j uvic int. aj incut i m Jy' J
1(1 llicti i? ibn Wt.-tt.-i i. har niTs;Pin
j ii i v ttic utatc iu uvA y vu -'"IttitnHpnf
Itonnrlintinn
and s ion hi hft a n(l tn have the
SO imnpst ?A imrirrlil n ritiPll IIS
;nas, . " . i ,um Th on
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OWn t K T H nt. nn l. tn 111. ilUU i i.i- ... .
uc, lllCV UUI1 NIC au iiv. w , i hftnn,T til
.n- ail I 11)1 (IS Pi 1 in Till I IV II1CIIV . r , tt r- O rT
i iv. . '. - rlL. .,u l.n much listiter irom an .iiv,.-
- mii. iiii uir iv Pfiainai i ii.i-
am rir npir nnvmpriL lu
Jill' Willi ,11 i
T au, 111 I . lit
1 1 a mi Krtr1 nr n nte
lormal manner, and receive a val-
-.""ii inereior, l uo so wiui
" iiieeung it punctually wucu
when I emnlnv nn umim nr airents
rm taxing the dear peop.e-and take our
shouldg.umbleat pamg a he borroweJ
name, 1
know I
-..v. .cueive money in my
r. a hum ii ii vim rv nv
, viiwiiarKe promptly the autnoi-
puons which they create for me. I
c inii I (T U 1UIC ai l'"J-"b - -- " . - . . f
he Proceeds of business that yields him from
"?. ' ' .,..onn Tho mpn nf wealth and cap-
fjauu to x. v. .. . .
ital I discover, would have to bear the princi
pal blunt and burden of increased taxation to
pai ui" .. I ihtc
nav the bonus, i n , ,
P hc -Now neighbor, one more remark and
I am done. Let us go back again to the sub
ect of the alleged unconstitutionality of the
aw under which the money was borrowed
Understand you to say because the low au
horfJng the sale of the bonds is unconstitu
tioni' t would be equally wrong and immoral
word for it, you will find that he borrowed
more money than any bond-payer in the State
and that he used and praised the bank as
long as he could get a dollar, and then turned
upon and cursed it, and tried hardest to ren
der its paper worthless, and lo destroy its con
stitutional establishment. The people are be
ginning to open their eyes, and from the daily
glowing accounts we receive from different
parts of the State, we have the best assuran-
Tliixo who voted in the affirmative, art,
Mr. Speaker, Aimat, BRl V, of Copiah, et.
Ill the negative 'll.
Thi OlHair thereupon appointed Mesere.
Stewart, of Hinds, (iholson. Foot, Alinter,
and BROWN, of Copiah, said Committee."
Prom the above it will he seen that (ienl.
Brown voted for n reference to a committee,
I the act to extend additional privileges to tho
1 Union Hank and was himself made one of
I . .a . t
it. Th committee auerwarda reported tno
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- - . )1 lO "CAICIIU BUUIII1IIIBI HIVIICLCS ill iiiw
as the one above, we will be very thankful 111- , - . , . . rioj . . Hou.
l lll'MI IJ.IIIIV. -Will, - - ".
ses, and was returned with the veto of the
Gov. The bill required the Governor to exe
cute and deliver to the Union Hank, Honds to
the amount of TEN Ml LLK )NS FIVE HUN
DRBD THOUSAND DOLLARS for its use.
The hill was, as before stated, vetoed and re
turned by the Governor to the House for its
further action. The annexed extract from
the Journals, shows the fate of the bill and
the position occupied by Gen. Brown:
"The bill to be entitled, "An act to extend
additional privileges to the Mississippi Union
Bank," accompanying the foregoing message,
Was taken up,
Ami put upon its passage by ayes and noes,
as provided for in the constitution,
And passed by a constitutional majority of
two-thirds.
The vote is as follows:
In the affirmative, Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Ar
mat, HROWN, of Copiah, et. al. 45.
In the negative 13."
The above extracts prove that General
Brown regarded the Union Bank as constitu
tional, that he was willing to give its mana
gers control over ten millions five hundred
thousand dollars more of the bonds of the
State, the proceeds of which would have been
squandered like those already negotiated.
But Gen. Brown has given additional testimo
ny that he regards the Union Bank as consti
tutional, by his application for, and obtaining
discounts, for himself to the amount of Four
teen Thousand Dollars, and assisting his friends
through the credit of his endorsement, to ob
tain thesum of $40,000. But there ts on
good reason why Gen. Brown should advo
cate the repudiation of the Union Bank Bonds.
He owes the Union Bank $10,000 at this time
repudiation will reduce the value of the
notes of the Union Bank, and thus enable the
General to pay his $10,000 with a trifle.
Independent voters of Mississippi, it is now
for you to say whether or not this corrupt
and inconsistent politician shall rule over you.
He has violated your Constitution which he
was sworn to support he has borrowed thou
sands of dollars from the bank, paid it out to
the toiling yeomanry of the land, and imme
diately cried out in favor of repudiation, hoping
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thereby to render the money wormiest, so
that he could pay the bank with a mere whis
tle. Who suffered by the operation? Why
those to whom the Union Bank money was
paid. The day of reckoning is near at hand,
and the spirit of a cheated, wronged and in
sulted laboring people, has whispered in our
ears, "Defeat to Brown and all tk n aaftel hamm
iw.it nled Ai W alURlph I !
rf7AoBNTS. The following named gentle
men will please act as our agents, and receive
and receipt for subscriptions to the HoBMBT.
Other of our friends not named, who may
take an interest in the matter, are also author
ized to do the same. ,
At Shongalo Messrs. Chas. Kopperl, C. t.
Flciifo- .nn.l Robert Cross.
At Middleton Messrs. Jno.O. Young, Jas.
M. Dunn, Morgan Caudle and N. N. Moore.
At Parker's Precinct Messrs. Jno. A. Bin
ford, J. W. Dykes, James Parker and Hector
McNeill.
Smith's Mills Messrs. David Akin, T. M.
Smith, G. A. Graves, Z. Pratt, and David Em
mons. At Williams' Landing Isaac Hannah, W.
N. Miller, F. W. Sabin, Jno. T. Ready and J.
G. Harris.
At Black Hawk Messrs William Gillespie,
Doct. Terrell, Reuben Marshall, W. A. Smith,
James and David Standley. .
Marion Messrs. A. B. Robinson, E. Fisher
and Robert Smith.
At Coila James Harrell, L. W. Carleton
and Littleton Benthall.
SENTIMENTAL.
iiWlmt nr von muttei intr there" asked a
father of a son whom he had spoken harshly
to. , .
"Oh let him alone," said the mother; "his
eves are full of the heart's rain, (poetic wo
r- .. ii- 1 i 1 1 ,.;f"
man!) anu ins soui is ciouut-u ,,, i.v...
"Is it?" inquired the husband, "his mutter
ing then, is a sort of mental thunder, 1 sup
pose." "Yes," sobbed the wife.
WII. well " was the reply, "we must ex
pect electricity; so I'll apply the lightning
rod." . ,
Thus saying, he took a trim birch, and
whaled' him in warm style.

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