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' It i Jua from lhe o'urtey of the City ?ref
(hit honorable mention hould he mud. hi it
loluinnf the Animal Session ! ihi Keh- j r,.r(),mneiided to mercy by be Jury.
tlwlU UoiW. whh h was Ji-iJ ! Uli-g'. "r1 riiliur siatnnfi
week,'; We arc indexed 'he kiiwJiM "la j (f jt UppoSe1
U.llg. .. Cmenev.
f'xieml. ull. i:ltic in proceeding, lot
lb fallowing pc- otml of thai body 'Standard.
Tlu N'oiib Carolina Christiuu Conference
h'an' in ihe prices of Provisions.
Consols are quoicu hi 003 FS
rm espial of thc.Llaud of Cub.4 Hm Wed Slates, on
j ihe payment of a consiueraoie sum 01 iiiouij,.
I sneak ol matter, you win ooerve, nicu, i
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Iheland U-fhtrial oraa.ilh O'Brien hud present are on y m ? w.c - ...w
been concluded, and he war f,.nd -ui!y. Jut , rorp, bin wmc, i ..mmj
i ho pe. :
afiYir iti'ln-laod. however, would,
, prevent lh; extension f the rHV
and it wa supposed thai he. was
iljiv ibe steamer leii.
r n i . t .
Fn wrc.-4-It vva rumrcd in rarisiuai .nn
i.l..rj kail Irfllil'MI'd their resignation, hut that
ua irr.ei taj.U- lr it member, talents, hud
the vxcllcnt tinl enured ' it proceedings.
' Jlrsions wore . i.H!ii tt public scrutiny, ami.
ltf sidev the general imitation given to lhe puh.?
"lie l AtlrtiiJ iv ;in ss iu d.-lihoralioiis, th?
mihuers anil iiM'iil.fin of oihor roliiou d? j -.-l i . taie; .ace alout th 15ih No
ioniiii.it ians. ' ti-pre eipecially invited lo take j ...',. pL nun-iituiion. ii wis bolieved.
nw8iapers, and hecouio a genoral suhject of
European rerna.U, in a short limp.
As far as I can areitatn the facts, from the
best diplomatic source?, and in erry possible
way, I learn that, in July or August last, the
Uniied State government sont a despatch
l4iniuh Mr. Sawvcr, Secretary ol legation.
fiiTricasC ciiculnio.nuiiluiaarJt.ia mem- j have il in or I '
rar ine uri 01 ueccmurr 111 ruins .
. :J ...,.;.,r! S1,.....,.tin.r .hem. addressed to Mr. Saunders, the American win
U' K U.l.li"nai- tiw " -
I V T
i . if .i I . . I I r. -I ii .1111:1 in iiir 1J llljpil
. ifL .. i .1 I..i.n . I'rnl(1ltt ' ll Sell Or CCur i nianu ---
Frflin lilt Rjthlll.iliJ TiliUfl.
nDMnvpn.nPvrn Af.i ber Cn;re near
THIS.. VLii niii.w-wM..4.- nraclicahle.
CASS. OP MICHIGAN. SELECTED rJthe Senate an:J House of Jlrpresentativc
BY THE PEOPLE OF PENNSYL- of the JTailed Stafes of America:
VANfA TO PRESENT PETITIONS ! The petition f the underned inhaUiant.
I.v!mic. nnf !TIO OF ST AVF Pennsylvania, respectf i!!r will
FOIl THE ABOLITION OF bLAVb- mitu fur rfiVclinj; such chan- ih
RY. : constitution nnd law as shall abolish Uvery
A few days since, in examining the throughout the Union, in the manner ibe.t may
Tnnrnl of the Senate forth years 184G- bo most cnniieut with jotic and the rights
Journal ol tne oenai j ntmi ofeverr secti..,, of the riKinlry.
47, 1 found that General Cass had presen-, Ciia'eie. Miciiener and 47
ted petitions lor tne aoonuun u. oi.cij o!hers.J
. . . . i- i i .
Jorla,i..KhiJitem,trfam.h.pw lhe peop,e of 1'ennsy . va,a. An;
: a ..i. iii tin. uriiini inn , nit; od.iiiimi "vi - i - . ..it- i . i
1 ut'fii iini-Mtru, --j i p r.
which he hail
eat in the Conference, as honorary member
Of it. We iike this, it i as it should iH',amonr
lhe follower? of one common: Lord. Several of
lhe ministei's of h Conference were eminent
&r ability aiirljpower, mnon whom were the
Kev. Mr.1 Waller Ohio, the Ucv. Mr. Web
pled about the firt of next month.
!eon, ii l' 'ijiiiffu, iM i" ctii-i
Cavaiguac is supported by the
would be adj
Avsfria.-i-A maHifeto had been issued an-
Kev. Mr: alKT ol iiiiio, n iyr. on. j noucin2 the acceptance ol the proposed meuia-
lons of V'irtfiiiM, and ihe. Rev. Mr. Kerr, lhe i (jolJ Enltnd and France in reference to the
Kditor of ihi? Cl:i i-lian Sun,' of our own
Sou, who orem-ht d dailv lo admiring crowds.
- r -i . . . ' .
ufftirs of Ildlv, and aU.. declaring that bomhar.
ly was a pajrl of the Au-trian E-npne,
. both at llje Chiiiian Chapel and lhe Methodist j Vienna. A feuccesstM iev.,luiiou had broken
Church which whs kindly opened for lheirue
At the close of a hauuonious von of several
days conlinuaiice, and much deep religious feel
Ing in their congieg'i iom, the Coitferencc pass.
"cd unanimously, a vnie.bf lb iuk- to lhe citizens
ofHaleigV for "the h hospitality and kindues to
it members and fiie'mls,) and nUo to the llcv.
Mr. Hurlon and his bre.thien of lhe Methodist
Episcopal Church, for the handsome manner in
which ihey ofi'-ied ihoineol their house of wor
ship to the ChnfeVence. Tlie net annual sea
ion of lhe Conference-will he held at Christian
Chapel in Chatham Cnnr.-.y. com'mencing on
f Friday befoic the first Li" day in October
I lit Xb ' '
out ry Viehikn. The Minister at war had Keen
inniirl' filwt lniiifr oft to n lamn post. I he
ii u i m 9 y z. ! ry " i 1 1
States, and. if such a purpose could be accom
plished, lo commeuee negotiations as secretly
and as fast as possible, so as lo prevent .oppo
sition or hostility from lhe British, or other
I governments. Mr. Sawyer has been here for
I some lime, and Mr. Saunders, I understand, has
been taking some steps in the matter.
The present state of affairs in Europe has
disposed the Spanish government to look for a
' new purchaser, and that purchaser is the United
! States. Accordingly, negotiation, with that
1 object in view.. may be said to be opened by the
despatch which was sent through ir. Sawyer,
' ihe Secretary nf Legation, in August last, and
let us nil do o r
Frtancn ! "V
until the box is t!
old and infirm arr
the bullies of Cr-.v
seems to t to K
from the polls. V.
forr, nnd keep th
Don I bt li( i
They will circul.Va
hood to help the ir
believe them ! Ti.
; opponents, and h:
rs. and yet suffer ' abohi.on of all provts.on. ofth const.tution ana ,
, , , laws, which in any manner sanction or sustain ; r, . ...
organ of mad la- ,UrprVt or which authoriie a representation for j THE DAY OF HA
ut their objects, !aVes, or which make any distinction of rights the friends ol tin C
E,nnrWil f.mily had fled, and the city was j delivered by him to Mr. Sahnders,Mhe Amerb
iii the nossession of lh" nooplo. A I'rovtsionai
Governmenj was formed and a Republic pro
HMHifi'it aiuI dewMi.nivc nan !
m, ii uui'ttiLi ' . -"
been entered into with Hungary. A circular
was issued slating that all possible measures
wore; taken for the defence of Father land.
The Washington Union of Saturday admits
the election! of I lie Whig candidate for Cover-
The occasion presents so fine an opportunity I nor. It says " Wo have lost the Governor by
lor giving a hnsly notice of the rise and pro- j a very meagre majority. "
listing branch of the Church of j 1 be I'hiljudefphia American says:
grrss ofthis iiiteiesting
Christ, that we embrace it, for the informal ion
of the public, and muj say thai among the ma
ny. American mariels of th'n ag. of wimdeis,
(hfs American born Christian "'' Church is no!
lhe least. Il was but yesterdey. comparatively
no recently did it happen, I hat some dozen or so
f pious men, chiefly in this State and Virginia,
hi view of lhe evils of seciaiiati strifes about
, human made crcrds and disciplines and names
"Iiitbe Church militant, resolved for lhemelves
to return lo piirnitivo New Testament Chris
, tianity, and le.oiei I ihe platform of .Christ and
-his Apostles call Bible things by Bible names
take, us Ihcir. Church name, the feiinple, but
, tcipressive name Christian, without any human
addition, as thai given by Divine appointment
for all the follower of Christ lhe Bible alone,
.without nnv human addition, as the onlv author.
izedandall sufliciHut written confession of Faith
. ''and B;ok of Discipline, and given, as such, by
'Divine Inspiration to lhe whole Church upon
-eartb--Christ ai lhe sole llead ami Legislator
'ol lb Church, and (Christian character as the
'T'obly let of Ibllowsbip. Under this banner they
rwent foilh, and in despite ofthe opposition they
r met, M every step, und maute the predictions
that their scheme ivas loo Utopian for the spirit
of the limes, to suceeed, ihey have already
leached nearly a million in members' ; of which,
in lhe United Stales, there are nearly two hun.
'' dred thousand ir.cr.ibei , more ih;n a thousand
Churches, and lilieeii bundled preachers, be
side semiuniies ( Icarninir, neiiodicals. book
; establishments, Ac., nfleMi or twenty thousand
' In Canada, some sUiy il.ousand in England, nnd Y
, upwards of half a million in Continental En-
rope.' Possessing, as they do, oo much wealth.
ialent, learning, influence, moral power, zeal, j
can Minister at lhe Court of Madrid.
I "am not able to inform you of what progress
has been made in these negotiations, but I shall
endeavor to ascertain and inform you by lhe
next British steamer, and give you all the addi
lional information in my power. Mr. Saunders,
I believe, made only an informal inquiry as to
the disposition of the Spanish government in
the matter; but is very certain that, several
'; times, one of the Spanish Ministers, on the oc
j cation of soires given by the Queen in this cap-i-iiol,
let out such information on the general
i subject as called forih from the press here and
j elsewhere, lhe immaterial and merely diploma,
'j tic contradiction I have referred lo, which, in
extract from the printed Journal of the Toil benaleand I louse oj KepruenMues
extract irom iuc V" ! of the Untied Stales of America :
Senate was immediately published in our j The pe,;,iin ol lhe Ulldersigned citizens of
naners. It struck me with much surprise Pennsylvania, respectfully asks that you will
that General Cass should claim to be a ' exert your full constitutional power towards the j b tlje officeholder
... . . i ...or nbnliiioiwr all nrovisions of lhe constitution and i ,
man nf Southern ieeuns, anu n suurr - - . r ... .. . t lie. nol o
himself to he made the
natics. who. to carry out
would seek to suhvert and alter the glori- ' or privileges by reason nf completion, and that good prices lor jm
ous Constitution ol the United States, be- y will refuse to admit any additional slave. ; every body and rv, r;
J queathed to us by the heroes and sages of, fn" illt nn lhe mar2ill :) Sft niirstions be
Kidicule and reproach have leen abundantly ' neighbors, and see t!.
heaped upon those who labor fr lhe overthrow ' OVt.s JjjS cotnitrv, i
oflavery,bul Gonaud Truth are on iheir side. ' tjff paper bulb-t tl c t
Signed by EvkuahdConard, and 31 others, j lhoVreemans clean' M :
ma es, and by Kachel Lukens and 47 others, . . , .. . ,
r , t J i into the ballot box
District of Columbia. ) , ON TUESDA l . Til T.
County of Washington, Sc. Oct. 2 1st. 184 9. $ j NOV CM!
This may certify I bat lhe foregoing are true ! tn thti thin'.
the Revolution, and which has been our
shield and defence in the noble career
through which this country has passed. I
immediately wrote to Washington to have
the records of the Senate examined, ahd
these petitions copied and published to the
world, that the people of the Union might
see what manner of man was the Demo
cratic nominee for the Presidency. This
evening I received a communication from
which will be found below.
copies of three petitions now on file in the of. , country will long havt- c
fice of the Secretary of ihe Senate ofthe United i yQu.
Ulrtirs. lit Willi i uo nric . ,.
every hill ! K
, . . . . j r produced to me in said office, by said Secreta- i
Washington.enclos.ng authenticated proof , refcrrd to in fhc fore. j Rally Irom
The extract ! .,;,. ..ir!l,.i rrnin iIip S.nat.' Jonmnl. aird vale ! Rallv from your
By a dj-spalch from HarrUbfjrg. we learn ly, amounted to no contradiction at all.
thct lhe mnjority for Governor Johnston has
been increased lo 357.
The political character id' the Legislature is
now correclly ascertained. The Senate will
The House thus :
; On joint ballot the ,whig will have a majori.
lyofO; bujt inasmuch as Governor Johnston
will not aci as State Senator while officiating
in his gubanatorial capacity the majority on
j joint ballot will be 8. until his place in the Sen
ate shall bjs supplied by a neiv election.
The Philadelphia Inquirer of Saturday has
the following article :
Qur great Victory and its Results.
Tbe. resijlts of the recent election in Penn
sylvauia will exercise an important influence
throughout! ibe ha i ion'.. THE KEYSTONE
STATE II AS RANKED HERSELF A
M ONG TH K FRIENDS OF TA VLOR A N D
FILIjMORE ; and such a decision on the part
ofthe people, will give an impulse to the cause, (.
thai will bt felt in every fibre ofthe great heart
of the Republic. The victory is the more glo. '
rious, hecajuse it was not anticipated. On the ;
contrary, ciur political opponents, in all their
calculationfe, put down Pennsylvania as sure for j
Cass and Butler. I
At lhe Gubernatorial contest thv selected ;
their strongest man as iheir candidate, and iui- ;
mediately after they announced lo the world,
A GOOD WHIG MOTTO.
" My wounded are behind me, and I will never
pass them while. I am alive !" :Gen. Taylor.
What sententious sublimity is embodied in
this sentence ! How strikingly it exemplifies
the Old Hero's humanity ! Indomitable cour
age and lhe tenderest sympathy are beautifully
blended in his noble character. This language
was addressed, while the terrible conflict of
Buena Vista was at ils height, lo lhe gallant
Davis, of Mississippi. He had been cut down
at the head ofhis regiment. He knew the mer-
ciless spirit of lhe enemy, and lhal to fill into
1 their hands was certain death. It was doubt,
j less an allusion to this spirit which elicited this
i sublime remark. 'The wounded are behind
! me," says Old Zack. "They. are secure until
! we are driven from our present position. The
; odds are fearfully against us, and we may be
'.'beaten ; but you, and Ihe noble men who, like
; you, have been wounded, are safe so long as
wo live; for we will never passthem alive !"
i The occasion upon which this language was
j uttered was one of affecting interest. With
4 500 men, Gen. Taylor was fighting 20,000
Three petitions of inhabitants
of Pennsylvania for the abolition
of slavery 1847, January 22d.
Motion to receive ordered to lie
on lhe table.
t GEO. McNEIR.
J Notary Public.
The auihenticaled copies ofthe extract from
lhe Senate Journal, and of the three petitions,
may be seen upon inquiry at lhe office of the
Times and Compiler.
sides ' Ula men you
, - -
; preserved our liberties II
j men you who must pre:
in years yet to come ! U
Rally one and all. I
Salisbury, X. C.
TIIRUSDAY EVENING, NOVL .1
. I . . I i I II I . '
and success, in a!mrl even State in ihe UnionJ ,nal "WX Vnua clefM r,"n a " 'J'"".V ot horn
and in wir own Stale, nho, with iheir plan of
tree salvation by
v ropeiibwiee nnd faith, and ho
liness of hearl and life, ami an active itineran
cy, il evident lhal ihey are declined to exert
nu immense influence upon lhe destinies of man,
and play no mean part as harbingers of the
Ulier diy glory.
xicaus. He saw his men falling upon every
hand, a'ld the enemy rushing forwaid with a
furious courage and impetuosity unequalled in
any previous1 combat. The stoutest hearts
trembled for the issue. Defeat seemed inevi
Mb!e. While thus pressed, and when the bra
vest expected every moment to be compelled lo
give, way under Ihe weight ofthe mass ad vane
ing upon them, Gen. Taylor, in lhe same breath
thai he issued his orders and cheered on his
brave followers, was pressing the hand and
puiiing the words of comfort into the ear ofhis
wounded Colonel. Albany Journal.
nni-lv -i h-ii'il Hit A o ll. .. I ...... n .. U ! . V -. . t I. .1 . .... 7 1 I.
(iOVEUSOK. CANDIDA E I'OK ,,, ,,, igh Tb. Whig, will certainlj pu, law. abundanlly Ueapcd upon those
tupv nice pnQnV , . T,xni.., l,KU "ounue scueuie 10 ueam wunoui me nene- . , , r s. si. r i i .
Ol INF P Pv, S J ! fit ofder ad hut ftw l) ,n-irn its r"r , rfor the overthrow of slavery, but
I'MPY pSn tS?? I i,? P"-n''e at hear, as sick of it as its avow. God and truth are on their side." I np.
nF thV m But how is it about the " bank, peal toSouihern Democrats to know if
! AND THUS A U. STATES SENATOR. i . flY. .L , V' CV 11 T d.,d lions from a. State tn mhirh ho n n ,r,,n.
i : I I II I V P ' l.1 III IP IIIP9ClirV nil I Li ! J
ten to fifteifn thousand. But they miscalculat
ed their strength. They mistook the people of
Pennsylvania. The election was -one of the
. ? . .1 .1 . I . , YW
i os animaieu inai ever occurred in ine ivev. .. .i: :.. r i . ,
. . ... " " --w .aii euuoi ui i euusyivaniaconmres nis li lends
stone Mate It ,, prot.able lhal 340,000 votes lhe Locc,cos n(, to vote for ,ge Whig ticket,
were polled in all. And el wn b .such a poll ! jecase if ,he infopower tbl?y wi
and under isuchcjrcumstances. Old Rough and : rpnp;1i ., silf r(.:t-lirt. nnA i,r; Q '..
I Ready and his friends have triumphed and in ! ,anruptcv, occurred iiri840." This
. V' T nnn.n r -r- iigly given his own
A H . Kk 1 V I I. If 1,'IMUI 1,' PO 1C nun :un.uuuviaijif IHO UUUV.
The Rleamer Niagara arrived al Boston
the 20 1 h Wsb, wi'b biter intelligence from Eu
rope. 'J'lh-ough the Telegraph we have lhe
ulohTrtI-biief synopsis of her news. ,
The Queen of England has returned from her
excursion lo Scotland. Ireland was tranquil.
' Smith O B lien's trial was progressing. The
Loudon Chariifts have been convicted and sen
tencrd to transpoitation for lif".
V Cotlou, middling and fair Orleans, had de.
clined an eighth of a penny ; other grades were
tinchangrd, with inarkcls in favor ol'buyers and
small sale. The decline in good qualities was
In some cases m-aily the f.uilb of a penny.
The pwces were lower than ever before known,
Mfid are flated n follows : Fair upland. Mobile,
4d ; Olban 4 ; midJling Orleans 3 ; scarce
Iran if ihing doing, and business chief v utulerSJ.'
Com 3". U.30-. and (id.; .Meal 17s. to 18s.;
Hoiir(duty paid. 32 n .lo33. W hi-al unchanged.
I The King of Nap'es has i. 'fused lhe proffer
riT' French and English mediaiion.
The souihciii provinces 'f Germany conlin
ned in a state of revolt. Austiia was still in a
Mate of anarchy.
Au unparalleled scene of confusion had oc
rurred in the l'icncb National Assembly, cans-
rd I iV ii member niilillfT nuainJ llw I? 1.1 w.
The populace atlenv.ted to scale ihe iribnne.l ! n,T . I........ . . in the prescribed bond to do, how much
.H. . . i i rv ..
. . ..V Tti ( ! sylvania done their duty. All honor will be
. :icrill 1 1 .O I irA I I k - I 1 1 4 1 t It ffk llini n r- mm r rx 1 Mm I
rhe i "p, . .1 . ...uci irs. stances ol the country
our iri'iropn win ring iiue
iet- throughout, lhe. land
Shouts will go up. bonfires will blaze, congral.
illations will go fin lh, and the bills and the vat
leys will re-echo wjtfyihc thriilingwtbe exciting
and stiurijaiin woids
Tn r: KE STONE STATE IS REDEEM E D!
from the record of the Senate will be i that on the back of said file I find the following - from your fields! Rally
found attested by the Secretary of the i
United States Senate ; from' which it ap- !
pears that General Cass did present these !
petitions. My correspondent writes : j
You will perceive lhal the Secretary j
of the Senate authenticated only the ex
tract from the Journal he refused to au
thenticate the petitions, on the ground that
they are not within the act of Congress
1 have therefore caused the petitions to be j
authenticated by the notary public, which, t
1 presume, will be sufficient."
I shall not inquire into the force ofthe ;
reason assigned by the Secretary of the
senate lor uecnning to HUtneniicate tne
petitions themselves. The attestation of
the notary public sufficiently establishes
the correctness of the copies.
The great question for Southern men
and slaveholders, who have heard Mr.
Fillmore, the. Whig candidate for the sub
ordinate office, so bitterly complained of,
for appioving the reception of petitions
concerning slavery, is, whether they can
longer support Gen. Cass for the first of
fice in the Government whether he is to
be trusted, who allows himself to be made
the organ of the abolitionists, in present
ing their petitions, of ihe most obnoxious
character, to the Senate ol lhe United
States, and in ihrowing their fire brands
into the balls of legislation, to eflect ob
jects which cannot be accomplished with
out thcdestruction of our constitution, the
dissolution ofthe Union, and the lighting
up of the fires of a civil and servile war.
Insk Southern men, every where, to-.re-flect
on these things. Let them especial
ly observe the marginal note on the third
petition, which could not have escaped
FOR VICE PRESIDENT
OF NEW YORK.
ARB YOU READY!
.Read the following admonitory ailicle. j for PRESIDENT,
(which we take from an exchange niier, j nrvrn r rj nT Dr,
as better suited to the time ihnn any thing I bllAL ftfMvU
... ,. i i i 0F LOUISIANA,
which we could prepare.) and give herd j
to il we beseech you.
ON TUKSDAYTHK SENENTH DAY !
OF NOVEMBER, you will be called up- j
on to discharge a high and solemn duty.
On that day you must declare by your '
votes whether or not the present destruc- j
live parly shnll continue :o rule over you j
with a rod of iron ! We therefore trust '
that every man who really loves bis cotin- j
try, and is desirous of seeing her once
more prosperous, will be at the polls on
the 7lh of November, prepared lo ilis
chargejiis duty honestly and fearlessly.
Turn out then as freemen, determined to
maintain your rights at all hazards !
In order to assist our friends we should
advise them to
to examine well and see that the Ballot
Rox is empty when the voting commen
ces. Some Cassites in some narts of the
Dm. No 1 KENNETH RAY
- " 2 EDWARD ST A
" " 3 HENRY W. Ml!
4 WMI. WAPHI.
5 GEORGE DAY!
" 6 JOHN WIN. I
- 7 JOHN Kr:::i:
" " 8 RAWLEY ;
" " 9 JAMES V (
" - 10-TODD R. C :
- it john n.x :
Election, Tuesday 7th !
O" WV re authorized to e tv.
Eq . of Dcrkfonn county, "
of Major Griwral of the 4th I
na Mil'uia, vacated bj th t--
country, may attempt some of their usual j nr'c jv. 8i 1fT a,tl.
irauus, ami must ttiereiore tie watcneu.
IHEY II AVE SHOWN TO THEIR
FRIENDS IN OTHER PARTS OF THE
UNION. THAT PENNSYLVANIA IS A
TAYLOlt STATE. AND WILL ON THE
FIRST TUESDAY IN NOVE 1 RE!i. CAST
HER TWENIYSIX ELECTORAL
VOTES FOR THE HERO OF RUENA
Nay, ti)ore -the freemen of Pennsylvania
have just (estifieil through the ballot boxes iheir
indignation al the iniquitous taiill'fi and of 1842,
and their determination to stand by the truly
national cause of HOME INDUSTRY.
These re among the fruits of our Ii iumph.
The moral eff-ct too. will be immense. It will
! be equivalent to ;it least five thousand votes in
adoption ; and were not the. Democratic parly
in power when it happened? Does not this
Democratic oracle remember that Mr. Van IJu
ien was President in 1840, and only went out
of office in 1841 ; and did he not succeed Gen
eral Jackson in 1837? Say, then, thou second
Daniel, how the Whigs are to blame for the
bankruptcy of 1840, when they did not take
charge, of the Government until 1841 ?
Did Washington go into the Presiden
tial Chair under pledges to do this or not
to do that? Did Jefferson give pledges?
Did Monroe? Not one of them ever
-pledge himself to any thins:. It is for
ger, has not gone farther than Mr. Fill
more in any of his votes, to which their
speakers and presses make so much ob
jection? Can any Southern man now
hesitate between Gen. Cass, the Senator
from Michigan, and the organ of Penn
sylvania Abolitionists, and Gen. Zachary
Taylor, a Louisiana slaveholder? "SOU
THERN MEN, BEWARE!"
Attend to this advice, and see that it is
See that the Votes are Counted
as soon as the polls are closed. Remem
ber, freemen, that the Ballot Box is your
only hope. Guard it with a watchful eye. !
A Iso, j
Let not the Ballot Box (
be taken from the place of voting unless j
the votes are counted. Your onnonpnls I
are now desperate, ant! may. if allowed j tne most important
the opportunity, resort to desperate means i ever been presented
to maintain their power. At the polls in we have a PrcM!
some parts ofthe countrv von will nmhj. r r
. , , -i person oi uen. , u
Is the day of election,
say a few word, as i
tunity we shall have,
to all who love their
mere party success.
est officer known to :
elected, and the rev;'
en you frnn voting.
we have a PreHb!
! son of Lewis Ca,
date T This is a n
this Siae, while it will nerve, the timid and ihe ! such men -as James K. Polk and Lewis
to ingtiten you Jn.m voting, liut be not
.. 1 I C-l .1 .L . r
nmmitMi. onow mem inai ou ar ir- i
men, and will exercise freemen's rights. ! decided by the
You must also and it is one which
Watch IlUsal Votes. ferious attention. :
; hesiiatingjin Ohio, in Georgia, in Noith Cam-
Cass to give pledges
to lay their own
lill.l nod iii Wvv K.i.,!..nd ;.n.l llmt ..M,fUr !, ! 1 lid .r mp n t on llm " PUlfVirrr," f I A SHALL AnOLISU SLAVKRV THROUGHOUT THE
result at the Presidential mutest sfill more irlo. ! amf tn tin wlHfitoi'up tb,r L5r.t iUmcnl I "V
ri-.,0 i : .i !i j . i . . . . ' halutants of Pennsylvania, prayini: the adontion
'nion, and a petition ofcitizens and female in-
The PresiJent was under lhe d'ecessiiv of us. , 0 . y J!nfl ,ilVn!u".y lJave the people ol IVnn- ) soever it may conflict with their sense ol !
. ;.. syuama none ineir outv. All honor will be;tliitv or vvl,ntovr ,o- h .b
n- ion inai i le no- , , J. . .. .. r , . , ' v-n tuiu tion sl4vpr v
pending the scision.
vernmenl will oppo.e universal .ufTrage. The i 7,.UtfU1.lnrm "
Cabin,! Council bad agreed lo support the As- i , h "hh "t
Tmhy, The Government has take,, no.i.ion jiT T' lrum
gaii, the M. derates. The Socialists wetc
holding banquets ihiuughoul the country.
: ol measures for repealing all provisions
OF THE CONSTITUTION AND LAWS WHICH SANC-
C l'TlinPfTP A DrPDl'srvT ft
No pledges are Tin nv TUP. mvb pnpn iTrnv , -v-n tii i vx
needed from a man in whose HONESTY ; new slave holding State may be admitted
i L. . - i l m i t i i
me uiiiiusi coouueiice is to oe placed. into the Union. Senate Journal. pae V23.
' worst of conscqt-.t :
war with all i:
and disunion mav
. . From ihe Clint'.rstoa Courier, Oct . 2G.
'Arrival ofthe Euiopi at Xeuj York.
Alitlle alter ten o'clock lat evening, our
Ibiliiinore correspondent nnuonnred lo us the
"twlvwl ofthe Briiish,. steamer ZCurupa i .i;w
iik from Liverpool. l
In our list, we ti:,d'ib Ilifternia annonnd ' me;it
lo leave JverjMiol on the l ilh inst. and if the
name of Europe is correct, some change in the
time of her leaving bus been made.
. The aeciMjutf are to ibe 11th inst. anJ we
proceed to give lb intelligence.
Liverpool market? Coo. The mar
ket was flat, and in fnvor of the buren. No
transactions were taking place other than for
Ih bnmedime wants ofthe mnnf.rtnrers.
The tales of lhe week amounted tn nnn
ule, ni 3 to 3. tor Upland, and J) t. 3J f,,r
THE ANNEXATION OF CUBA.
It would sccin lhal onr Government is at this
inoment engaged in negotiations with Spain for
the immediate tuiichase of ("'nb-i .fl,
I - - - - - j iv. i v. -
s made in a letter from Mad.!,! f..,l nub.
Hshedin lhe N. Y. Herald of Friday, can be
relied on :
M adrid, Sept. 19, 1849.
Hi gldy important intelligence from Spiin iVe.
got iat inns for the cession ofCvlmto the Unit
ed States Probable success.
Ii is noi olten lhal ibere is infoifmalion of an
inlereslmg nature to ihe Uuited Suie, worth
In Senate of the United States,
January 22d. 1847.
Mr. CASS presented two petitions ofcitizens
I m-91 ft ka mm. n mm. . A
"i . (,nnyii.uiu, ""oil" aut i. nil tllllKIIUineni , t" ! .1 1 m ! .1 m- 1
ofihe Constitution and laws of ihe United Slates Koe P a v,?,f;,nt e.v.e uPon ,l,Pm- d suffer that thesalvaticn
no man 10 vom wno is noi eniitiea to a (Ttmn the result. 1;
1 ' I . m m 1
vote, ii you do. you win again be chea
ted out of your rights. You must also
Be at the Polls
rs in nr q Vi i tm dail tt.rwx of I n 1 1 f '
hour or two before they are opened. Talk nas 5IVRn 158 no a
to your acquaintances, who have been de- ' Pa,atcd his wi!
ceived and misled by the hirelings of pow- pressed in the S
er. Many honest Democrats mav vote when Mr. Bc t.!(
with the Locofocos. if ihey are not made lhc simpJetm Wi :
acquainted with the destructive measures u
which they w ish adopted. Be in time to l? a mrin f.
talk, to see. and reason with such men, W,lU,n h,S nrms :
I, Asbiiry Dickens, Secretary of ihe Senate and you will do vour country creat rrood. nave every thin:: '
)lk was to plunce the coiuntrv I of ,he Uni,,,d States, do hereby certify that ihe and prevent ihein from assisting to destroy ' his election. II-
with Mexico IF7. Chron. I l"re"ng ,! a ,rue ex,ract fro" ,he Journal of their own freedom. j punish
ouch a man is Zachary Taylor. He mav
be counted on as one who will do what a
conscientious sense ol right and duty dic
tates. We do not want a President who
will do a wrong because he is pledged to
pursue a particular course of action, as
James lv. Poll
into the war
The reception of the petitions being object-
Ordered. That the motion for their reception
be laid on the table.
' the Senate.
j This extract is made and certified al she re.
quest of the Hon. Truman Smith, and under
: lhe authority of ihe act approved 8ih August,
a Diate. worm i.: -u: .u. ... , .
the trouble or expense of a correspondent, from t"- . n',Jl,a,
"NO M I LIT A R Y M A N."
The Union says : We want no milita
r man iu lunuuoi OUT aUminiS. ration. ; lfltR. pnlilln.! An rt m.Lrino rmfnun.,.
Well, then you do not want Gen. Cass nor ' certified by the Secretary of" ha Senate and
Gen. Butler or else you have told lies ' Clerk of ihe House of Representatives legal
about ttieir being military men. j evidence."
The tricks and turns and quirks of the ' Given under my hand at Washington this
Union and other democratic nrints. and ! 21st day of October 1848.
es ASBLRY DICKENS.
punish and no.;.;
save, is pre-emir..
tha injury indie'
Polk, Cass nnd C
a set of resolu:i
stitution of his 0
O C . L O
tW far fam,d capital ; but. during the last few , " P y"S j""1 ffr7 l el ' J
weeks, cenaiu matters have rum in ll.tht . ,,,,u'5 " nu ur. i . .
)r.e.1..s. Sea Tslands were quoted a. 71 to IQd. i cerning lhe relations between th vZ Slate ge(J a drHm of lhft stor peeper. The bit- I 1 tht Sena "au.seJf Prntativcs
Rice. This nrticle has declined. The lc. ..,i c..:; .u;..k ... t.e'.t.: j . ter told him that nn hnt lnl un.l J the. Untied States of America :
ale. 'f Cand.na were nf 2ls. j imporiauci lo boiuof ,hoSe countries, ami lo PPl lmok drams.,; The Indian, after ' .V P".' . "ewigned, inhabii.nt,
nretditvp.Yhrtf. uas but it moderatede. i ,bc world faf larire : and which' when Hdlv a little hesitation, in order tn nfnrn bU ! ?yH: respectfully asks that you will
known, wiUn,odoub,, crea,e;a great seSa,io claim said - Me d-d rascal." Whether i ZZT
I 'have' re
inrn-d Ctr Wheat, and prices were unchanged,
FW,r:wi dull, and freely nflTered al a derlirie
. ftf OJ; 1'. There were eonsidcrahh .sa les Vif Corn,
0t thef)Moit ii,H9 prevailing al the ibne flie pre-
Ui iu-dniei l,..-ff. Mejll7t18.
,i t j .t -'" "i t t , i r , , , cniiMiiuiiou rtnu laws as sna
gEjeUnd. and hn urliole b-.rope. he got h dram or not the record does not ! lhroughout .he Union, in .he
reference tn nrgottations which Imvc re. ; show. But the people will show corrupt i be most consistent w iih jusV,
ee i opener on tne part ot ine u. olates. Doliticians that all tl
When the Polls arc open.
vote yourself, and then look out for your
neighbors. If one be missing,
Start out after hin.
and beseech him by all means to go and
vole. If he won't go and leave: his Work. :
stav and work for him until bn rrtnrn i
Do all that is fair and honorable to j of liberty, left us
Get the Voters out. j son ' and Madivo:
Our opponents always manage lo gel their WDich any man,
friends out. It is right sometimes to learn ! c" ought to be p
ol our opponents. We should all
Bear in mind
that we have votes enough lo give the
majority on the 7th of November lo Old
Rough and Ready, if all his friends vole.
constitution and laws as shall abolish slaver
t . .1 wt . . . r :n i .
manner that may uurupponenis w nave out every 'oter
. 1 T . . - r-t II. t ft mm swrnwrn.
cen.ly bee . opened on the pa.tiif.he'U: States, ' politicians that 'all there hvnocrisv a d ' AZ 7 J" "ght. . ine.r panj.. ona.i iuc irienaa ol l ay-
nith the ?bnNh MJai.frv h..r.. r.r i i . ti nP?5r,9y aI1(J and interests of every aecimn of the coentry. lor be less active when the best inter-
( ih, .ran,sh M.aKtr, h,r. , for tbe.cc.un cunning will not avail them in November, Signed by J. M. McKi and 21 others.! i csts of our countrv are at stale. we
If the people il
let them vote f. ;
man you cannot 1
sell a man you c
who never surrer.
out or foes will,
bavp not been hi;