" t nut .,.. i..t! me .mi.' who " not
SO hasty in juinmnr: i, a c.imcltiMMii a' the mer-
.chuiia,. b'JtJ'irm tinrtw"ta-tiluiitiuviimi.
n- ami tfil-cti'Mt-, '; about to 'Uke up fcii
del absurdity, whirh the merchants- then,.-,, he j
nre s-h mied of. They umleMtand the biktpry A i
, the American trade in ;Mm; the events of which
1 speak have taken place under their iiuui(24te'b'
servution, aii.1 Un-V aiVnot to lo driven fr.Nt, their
inrluMnn by faliie km! scihcIcss outcry, be it re
"jejawrt as often as it may." , ,
; fjcli i the substance of our rierid'e remaiks,
and from what we know of the forming population,
and we enn boast of having known them, well in
our time., we have little doubt of the Iruib tif his
from the lialtimtrt RtyuUietn.
tjctw " Lo (Viin " at North Bend Gen. llarri. a.
t the window breathing fresh air o old Soldier at-
wmnUnir tu cnrrifriun1cu Willi him" I M t-ommn-Julm
C. .Wnlit,'lvid Gwynne, arid O. M.
Hpencer, tn front of rh esbin Wright wih the key
- iiihtsQsnd. 'f he (uibiwinjj' dmlifue occurs belweer.
llifl Old Soldier and " Th li.iiimitie " ! ' .
"Old Soldier, lb Gen. II,trn'ii live here,
gentlemen 1 -
Tht CouwtlHj fXf- r C v '
OW SAJirr. l Wish IdWI! Ililll. ,
''' committee,-- Yoe, can'i ci litm.f , r
SnUitr Why, giitUmi.erif I hope" In In'
jiot aicki . -
i'ie committee N, the One", lis not fii:k.
He never was iuVtieY health hi lus.hlc, aid you
may tell every body that bo i'jist at cdpuble of
attending' to business a bo was twenty years ago.
'' Old Soldier. Then, why can't i e bun, (.'
f!cmen 1 1 Oh, I ipiKwe, nwy Jw, tbu Jienfiral tws
tompany, aomeof tha bif bug frmTTf3Trrcrrinati.
I can wait till they a, re C"ie. I'll jtut take aoal
on thof itowp there f p.r I wouldn't like tn iniw
Wiiflg lb old Ijt'fit'fQl, aUer walking ao laf out ol
' mv way.' '' s ' '
tommitfrt, The CiHtioral in nnitlior sick
no etiaacfid with company but yon ean'l ' him.
Here one of "The Coimnlttce," lookiiig round,
n the 0I4J (leneral piping tbenugh a window of
. the calim r,re a psno nt niit, and wsfl him
"dear (JiMirirf, jiwt k'pp out of aight' a few min
utes, we'll noon ;t rid of thin fellow, but if bsaevs
1 you peeping in lliitway. it Will Ml bajly." " Welt,
right," any the lencrl, " I wish the clnctiori
wait twf, for I em tired of beiujr, " cooped,
AVWiVf Why, eentlemen, I don't knnw
wba( to ninki) of thiv' " I'irtan" old friei
I I-irris .it, atiitlwtiitu up in tny it
iratnyiog a jjri'al many hu.ru t
tlunirs about Irrw,
and I thoui'ht white t was down in these parts, fa
r -rail and cei him fof "old '"tlmeaaa'ke,'hil juif have
" Ins air.hority to contradict nil the slanders his ene.
in'ics are pulling' about ayuitihi him. You may de
ncntl, gentlemen, It would be of service t the old
those matters. ' ' ...
The commit lee Friend, fcny thingyoa wish to
. jy tQ Ueu.llJtrraonryoa can eay to us, and we
tan answer ir Iiirk
; Old Soldier Hut, jentbjmen, I'd rallies hear
tlia General answer for himsolf. v: . - .
i-Z-The c omjite.Tha(t friend, is what tho Gen-
T ( ral dotf do now.- ... .,
Old Soldier. That ' queer. ra Why don't he
ltt)1''i'. lut-bllllaclf ttuw 1 - Ai' - ,
- Tke co'mmiltee. Puscauao his friends determined
T ' . i that itmas not "politic" ihst he should, and ap-
:;' pointed a " Cotnniitlne " to answer for hiuu
-CW biHdwr. w iiii, gcnileiticn, wlto are the
"f'ommitte ?-; --- pZ:"'r '
Tie comntittre-Wn thrr-c. ,. ;
Old. $ f'iifr'. -Wiir,"lhenr"f;pntlfiirien7 if vou
arr tjiithmiziift trrffnawiirfi
oiod as to ti'll ma whether the General is an Abo.
to any Hill for ubolibbiti Slavery in Ihe iti ici
- of t'olunibial "' I'--M- 1
The committee. TltCH are' rjucstimis, friend,
wiiii h wo don t answer, , i j..'.' .. ' .
Old SidJ'ur. Wliv, liowj" this? - You ny y
.iTiMit allow iTo fienerni to answer tTT himself', 1
i i vtrtt i-ti-11 1 1' f r ' i 1 j iii 1 tii"H"r,lTT
Tirill Ic itlkvlloiii:, vou It'll llli) VOU il.ill
...ws um . im.ww.iir.iww
Ur.ironJ m iy ten yuulhat the nucstKmyou
i.avo nhkvuu urn io.
ilnrriion's triomls d
v.ry pstiirs which Gent:
don t Hunk tt "politic for bin.
or Pr us to aiier..
r . Old SMier'hy not ? - Mr. Yon Burcn has
,'nn-iwered them. . . ': ' . ' .
The eommittrtf Yes," and the bijrser foul hq
. r he lost all ctiuuce of eetlinir a sinele Abolition
fuTinyif1: ; ;.
rL'-fW SMirr.Oh, hot that's the gam, is it?
, lie CiW(.'ircf. (Chufklinjr, and slappinc the
uhl aohlior on the back,) Lie low and keep ilurkl
tSintViho game, my d lid nf wax. Come take
' a glass ol' cidef to ihe old General's health and
success. Hu's the e!J so Idier'a friend -t
Hi Soldier. I'd rather take a glass of old rye,
i! ii's tho aaiiie to . yon, penllemen. "
- fThe committer. We are tee.totallcrs.fricnj
nnd the Gi nenil dju'tLVQ uJii frit Wtjuiy .Ihiug
7 lui Tli!ud cider."
' ' iO,7ii Siddicr. Well, tlial's atrange ! The Gen.
jttt'i.LUe to like that sort of stuff; but he' gi t
tu:; olJ, rud 1 iptso the Doctors preacrilie it.- 1
know, however, as an old soldier, that its very dnn.
eercts lo chant' fioiit in the face of the t-neiuy.
llu'd butter uiind howiho follows them doctors'
-prcHcrii.tinni, or they'll kill him.---;1
- ';".-TI rommitre. Frierid, it wo's hof 'flits Hoctors,
H,ut "the cointnitlee," that prcscrilicd Hard Cidr
JoiLiUwUUttWiu.si t iifiy itww'rfit tt 1 tie twvt .,
tic " drink for him, till after the election.
Old Soldier. Well, the old mfinTniay drink
whntUfi phrases, but yoa don't turn mj'ftank. gen
tlomen, witfi ny such pop-gun as that ; ami, it the
Gciieral.am't mightily changed since I ki t him,
nnd you II just let mV odor him the mi'sjth of my
aiitecu, you'tlsuon see whether Im's a tef-totfiir.
" riyo'iic.iii lu L.oine, ( utk'ineii, just let me go
Mil and take a shake hands with the old man y
howdv-ilo, and cood-bye, and give him a drsp from
- ' my caul, en. - I'll rumi you to any nothtr.
JL'hc cmttitiiltrf,' - A-ie-o!J
.l know that orders must
bo obe ved. . Now, we
, vre put here to cusrd the old General from talk
leg to any body and every body. If we let you in
to see him, others will expect to bo admitted, and
- iben we might as well let him, go at large.
- Old SoUier. WelwhyshouM'thepo atlarjict
It's a fieo country, and the old man's arrived 'at
yeura of discretiyn, I suppose, by this time. :
.-.The cm!ntttetan said you were a friend of
', i.!n. Ii'irrisoii, 1 Now, il yoo arc, vou won I press
this matter j for you know ho is old now, and if he
; wre allowed to talk to every body, he nright in
lore bis chance of eleoiion, fiir ho losinjifis me-
iii'irV end ii aptl as all old men arev to forgot ta.4
tl ty what lie said yestenlay ; and it lie were to tell
t rie of these Loco Focoa today that he v as in fa
r f the Abolition scheme, and another one to;
fti'.rrow that bo wasaijain if, they would 1 aMr
tO tl.llil.uie llil!' UilU
.lit u.ii X'tlU:ia..a..
e b'.iit- vou are ati'fid lu'W
fi'i that my old jimt riil i rn,i.tit'v :inuu'ttl :iir
the worc mce lif ullowa binm:l' tb'lrt iiiit tip'
here, and forbidden to mi.k tf In iill! ii'imiiHir
" Staf4, -H(i- ymt mr -irm, 1 aim jntwtfwfc
tbat the ruu wlp caii't lie triHmsii U4itiMVnr . tii
binixelf and wuk Hit loa jpiiiitne qmcii'r on ill
attbj'Tta una to uU im:li, a liu! tti 1t "iit iwuriaiS IU.
the tiovernnienL "
Tkt rrmmittn..Vt"Mi limtlor iul:;isiii4wlm!!- '
cr tcn. llarriaou i lit firr t'ti" I'f'iimiiipj rr nun'
ao that we elect IiTiu. lir wiU iiitvt oiiniiLaiua
in the country in liii cubmitt,
Old ftnMrr. Then we Jin0 Hhiuht efts mi oC
tbern and let the tldimrul a jA-ibunifk Boa
who do you moan by She (ibleJi aiuw.uu tiiwuumii-
Irv 1 ' "
J'ae Commttiet. Tor iitu!ia.,?'Wiiiiii b ,
Sccrt tury f Mtutc, uuii Hivint i.is::riiai"J' off ttm
Treaauiy, and ' " -
.' Old i'uiJter Tbufe wt'b muftim);, jnw
n'd'nt poatiy furtiittr. W trbinr:-minirr'l.tlie mi
Vou couid'irt Hwke tiie dime mumt auiuieinuv '
thru ing in Hives. Ja llurird Cmwemtiib
eraliNt, who voted, ejfirnut ub umn!betle amnf
during flie lint war, aiii T(:jiilfer n,iiirwuuina "
the liritmh, rmght surely to awiinttb Birr au.uldj
i)i int;rat and Soldier f tlir 'Irntt iwwv, iitbmtt tli
uialie- weight r! a eenejrude Ilnmnrsriru Waltattt"
(lilt, . . i ti. .i , w . -i.ui. w "-r,
lljrd cidor and auur berT ai,ftiiiwf'rrniu;'-
cr. :. :' ; a --' . ; ' - - 7
. John C TCright, (eue nf ;tlie lmmlr!',),
Yon old rancaf! How dure nmu w any.
agaimit Mr. WebWur t The ilw iir oa.uii
juat, unrichteooa, uncnnlututumtil lUillui war.
and -Mr. ebauw wm ijjiit sMiaipitiwiHfitS ana, B
J l - . . I . . ' it..... jll . MUM. Ultfltt.
friend of Can.' llam.ro, w.d uhiee &. Wett-
iturl tTWhrlvmi old sramll..wtt .iffCiflU. BireiiNMIi
.. . . ." ...
to tne iat war, i m he trieiia an jus. mmia.-
name-bef- r "y J:" "
nnttee.") l)iiut lell lumwourmunaeS F irrSfln
Harrntau'a suke, 4imi Soil iliiwl I nr tUw Him
of the catfiHWt lull Iiim jnuriiinmtv
John C. W right, I wiU WllJnm. fcm. luim
soa and kis frmods inufl nut aiiuA ni.timf urn mdl
be ushamed to own roe. I wiH Mill! Bum ; 3Ijfl
name is JOHN C W U(i'ET',.-'u nmamihrtuiw
d great passion,) 'Hbluod, IW lUin 01: aHuiitL.t
you.bc.cuUis ym4Hi -4mm-mtimAwS-vmihm
telling your name. JletiienilwrsFnewregiilsIlenii B
uard tl party agHitvat tlaniiHirfliiiii'li Gritn,
liarrinoOlt us not comniU .oudmIWhu. ,,
- t r tr.:,.i.i ' (....it - - :.. - ' t f
I will m-tmt Wobsw ...b.mid !Jw mm w.lknff .
Democrat. 1 .ill iell Hum. . ..rAiUir.ssino.riia- olJJ
soldier tjonfj I api"3ulni "14 win'suy-
jmrtiMt old John Adnm,tio atmrmnnuma yjiiiny
er. Adams. . fain an old iFeuunilerv,iiuillllin.'beura-
who knows it Gm. JJarrimiB to'nwtuHoJi liHftByi-L
me the bettitr for it. 1 InrmnrU' eiilntiilai ff.nlec
al jinuer tn New S'wk, I wa u FwUw-
al member of Conreiw ifrnm thiin, and! wntrd! &itf
John Qtiiucv Adams lor iTmulurm wiiimittie-nieev
tion wi u to the House, f iwus ufinr.n((r. ITd')
eral Judp hi Uhin, end am nownniwruf t&m faili
eral tiazntte in Cinrinuuli, imfl.iint'iir!llii aiim
nit-,",warisworfurten-IlBr.-im.'! "Tm 'liwsr
now I hope y.m old vn'ibiinlLw'hiiS uni.
,ty .keule, .orih.LJluu.
herever lie jf'"" 'nn Humsim itmJUTnt havjA
.donir jvot"'? Jiiajyi-Jf, lyriwtit rtiiie Mtm Uiirts'ttr.
as effect! u'uifj as he roulii Imiie liliint ii! ii,mwl& '
Tho foul! why emifcl'nt he luny 'thr liimit! Waft.
Bte r ahd Federalism 1 - , '
Old Soldur. ( Talking In !tunHnilT Xriim Cm
right ! and is it possible ttiut Tjnn. Euitthou, u
. iiifiu unu a crnwin tien.-iney iwoo ti. i'iii('iti ni
hVtangctl ; liul I lii hwe i,u re -mlU " unulb-
' inW hen.".
jkn 0, Wripht. (Trnmhlmr,, mifl nr awttmiitir
tone) 1 do lie I. eve rt wnlU umirgr1 Sinsmuririj
diriiie ! This is do plnee fur nm. t'l yirtt tt-
into te Cabin and h'uve 'Gst. uiic au Smiuim tiw
nuinnpe liiua. v
.Liu. fi fyf r bum "" H
He has cot os into a simine and aiow UwrUwwitu -It's
just bke mm, and if he ihufu on t,) iGamirriil
into a scraie that be can't jmimhk ijI,iC wull ha
wonder. . . -t
Old .Wdiv Well, n(Mid Uvu, mniiunen..
Plense tell (he old Geimnik'thut'wiiuiill llitnc H i
let out mid wed lo sjit!it fur ilunwul E"i,'aiL
nin.- - - "
Gu-ynne 4" A'cncr-Trituit., ici!femua.'ufi
raway ottnnned. " e atsnro vnu imn wumi Hiii.
Harnsnn is etneted Jra,iik)ifl 1tie""w.iliu"iwi"i lie.
glad tose lim friondtt. Scm .nrnettum j'ub
uf Hard Cider end let's pnrt frnmiU.
Old Soldier. I nni not a ibt:,trw ynitfiimeni,
and if General Harrison doisriu vIinonc tiuaiiinic
me into hi bourn, lie milmtriniie .'rroniuiisiiliim; .
me py an olier of old clnttiwi.-wiidmiiiilwijfuni
swst ' r i - i i tri . .i 'i. i .a:
1UC Mi'iierai may WKfan u.rn w,ow nitr mnsr
for this rmpaicn. '
saa,ikL tti.tttA -autl. fl x. HP .nn-uiin,
''" ' t .... ...www "UU -wliww if.. i .miissr
T!fi Cimmit!(nj ttk.Mi-.B7T thallium ffiir HHm
.via iM..utr.-4 a in iiiwie.Wa,lu,uii.iii(mu.B
am mortitied mA aimmeoUihal aural mw mi-
tmnen MMnild .-ir Hwraiaawy.
have so far lost thmrwi-.h'-TamiBW wlefnmrmiinieir
vimi are obh"ed 4 athiit on .twn. Hi-w fkntw
spenkje" to any rnei.' ( nr Jit, abmiltJ Detinu Ilia.
to I Wifitnw JbLliiSJUflk!;
may f letters ly.
sane ueT witn :uniiaer.
nrid it would kill hsm lo aiiuer jimrru.
"5 Old SvUurvl thm.glit ynu tiilil mw.ti w'iilir
bpt that V lie never -us ;in IwrtHr 8ir4l.h im Uns
life and as -capable -uf attending ao 3i liuisiwwi a
bo was 20 years nsrtT' tn.iu' eiiliiinmn. iib
to!:l me tTTfc infti in Ihe ;b"iuitp - Ulut his
roemory was failing him, anS tuut itir amine al jt
Loco f'iico lo-iliiy taut 'be v.us au iliuneiiir .t.i..liw
lion, end anutlier me ti.-morniw tthiit Ru wi
ega'inst it, and thus expose 'JumsuUV
Grjnne and Sprnctr. Tt ante 'iintv'w'tua w
Ihiniffiit you Were a Tritmil ortliedeiuiTii
Old &Aditrj&i 1 h irtettr' trtrf swn .i;'.
ter all I've aeea and heard hi, I womi: ih man
bis friend than to coop him rip iimf ami! wr
euard over him. 1 am jretime i8 fcuf tf
j a houhj live to a trtmi ChiiiJiiuud. I :bm w thrnn.
it - . a a m.iaBfJiulatoliim. (ee I errttonal Laws, Kev-1 . ,
ra.auvliurt-aiwiHitit .i . a m qr,'lr, in tho proceed
ttrWirvTKltf f n ,(t,,ri,m., Mi.n,,, .Ma,.!,-., I ; : " .i "T ' :4Ttonrrnr;sf. " It is part of "their cred to believe '
nswer ".' - , , ..-. ! ' 'isww'Tu.w).iftt-r?ti(.ii 1 '. i ttrrrrcrriTr'--irSj'' TXT- ." T. 7", V
T-mnr -rm -itt , i ... , r u...,,... ..t. ,.,.n-. tin.,, mni t-.iiiii, u ri, liu M z uni in.iF rnnniui u ...au..
)t turn iiiO over to
f!i-iiii'!r4 to speculate t.n.
VVe lujiie.. c. part friends
Old SMler U inlcmcn, I leave you inorejn
sorrow than in ang-r. I wippow you thjnk yi,u
are liinp-r nothing inore tliari your duty to your
mmnirv. tut. uemlenifii I have m occasion tor
a Coniimttee'' or guard ot my .door, and if ever
wort 'iiuiihl rm pa-tnu tlirouh the county o. hock
imj, whena-1 hve, you will find no lock np'm my
tiior, nut " the etr'ing of the latch pulled in i
; from tha Maditon In ) Courier.
SELLING FREE MEN" AS 'SLATES IN THE
STATE OP INDIANA!!
5foi;h hn been aaid in defenca of the charge
nt-nnihi Geaeral Harrriaon.ol voting in the Senate
of uhio tn m Jwi wiiUa irica as staves ;.auu m.u
aril Uamsoir avrn lettew m ilennil and excuipa.
tion. liwe bcn virv eXteneivelv imLlihhed. The
elmriewbowever, renmiua weH establiehed, and B
ttiiiif us therecordaoftha Senate of (Jhm shall con
'iiuiH tn eiat.'ao lon.-r miimt the testimony to estab
lish ihie eliarire le wirrtetuiiied. (See journal of
the SeniitB of Ohio of January the 20th, 121.)
But w have resumed thin subject to show, mat
tioa section of the Ohio Legislature, with all its
edimiBfleaiv an old acquaintance of (ieneral
fl.irnin, and had ru new hewrora to prescut to his
mtil f fin-, wlnle Governor of the Territory ofr
fmliumi,n he approvedj and eigned "An act He.
) ttHstin j Crimea and Punishments," containing aec
i ttimMiorewhoua than the teetion for which he vo.
; ted in the Ohio Senate : more oiliouK, itiaROiueh as
it emuht an escape trom tim most uegraumst ana
Iliiiiuiintjiir aivrvitiide a criminal oflence piinit.li
abhi with WHlI'PlN(i in the full nieawire of
tHIlirY-SLNE STUIPES f I and with a double
'"' ,.B-r -r
!M"4 . ... .
Ski.. 3'J.. When any oerson or persona Biiatt, on
, r . - . t'h ,,f M(M,
.tfr WTTTntrTit.Til Wnj n una ui iiiin, wiiu ... i .....
rhe oiwte of proaecutKio, it shall and may be law.
tut fiir the court before whom such conviction! shall
lie bail (Ktto obdkb tub she b iff, to sel! ob
nraTTTiii! rRnsum ' or teutons o coiwicted, to
SHUVU e, tw rtasox'oK PERSON! who will
thu sAin njtit a .to costs for such term of time
m the court will think reasonable. ' , '..
-.lml f auehv prion or perwmii, so'scBtcnced
?ua11 amljmmhry.cc j t
'? ho:!i serv.ee shall be txpirod.be or she. ao ab.(
ihe pence, be . VVHlrl KlJ . vyi'l tl IH1KII
iiiKUTlUPiiS I and slifill moreover aervewo
liuy for everv one so lost. . ,
3'" l'y it T ami every court, in
wnien a grauu )ury m,
" JESSE B. .THOMAS.-I
-" fMieaEer of the Htmse of Representatives.
- "B. CI1 A M BEItS,
r ' " :" ,r . PresidcntoCthe CounciL
' Approifed-Scpt. 17, 1907. ' t"'
-WILUVM HENR.T UARRiSON"
But wa Governor Harrisijn at this time cloth
eifc wifli the veto power T his friends would ask.
tv Ii via : he was more nmnlv thsn the Exccu-
tiya of any State of this Union was. See the " Or
ttinunce tor tne jioyermnentiii , tne terniory
of the L'oili'd States, Northwest of tho River
OhW Tiiisordinanc may be found in all of our
mi wmi. lews- finnr-'t79& inclusive TO tho present
)'vt W a n in i(U frtun .1 1 . AljlilJ LIIO
i .. ..... . .1 f n
"And all bills hnvng passed by a majority of
;h-rriMiiav, anil hy a mnpntv of the Council, ahalj
ffi 'rretrto "tli'iT 'Gove rlior r'iirsVssenf, lilt ho
Ihil or- li'irihlative act whatever, sAu be of any
iTia. vi. rn tunm n liutlnin, X.lLiiv fmiii nnas with.
mm his .wwthouni every -member of the
- TO TIIi-Pt;BI,lC.- - -
it ft Impossible', in eotweqiiettca of nf
!!h, M iwrforra the ri.uiea of Postmaster;
in a satisfactory maniier, I bavu resigned ,
. .i,-.r..r. L ..,..
tiinr oific",. to tnkn ciluut as soon as. aiy snccessot
c;m hit anpoiutedi
vfett ttuviiij been fortuiiHte enough to accumulate
y'wonlt!t tu a public ofliee, I am under the necessity
of rwi-tiiio lo ji.ue,hrjxiitit.c cmpk.ynitwt a -i.
uuiFto mv sirenijtli and condition ; fur the purpose
ormeeOn.j the current expanses of a considerable
Ihrnilw, . .- - -. C"
1 :X tr-r hmirs each day devoted to the pen, Wv-'
mir arrnhundtuwfnf tinm fbr relaxation amleNer
tnsev haw rniind by experience, from the excite
uiqiIl oI' ooinrHUMiion, lo be rther ertmluctve to my
himith t!um itijunnusfAiul this is the occupntion,
:i!rev all others, most ngreeablu to my taste and
mf present inclination.
. ..wr. Kktrwrro-Rrves have kindly 'nffereirine
tfie prolits ot sucli subscription to the Extra Globe
liir tin) pn'seut aenson, as may be raised on my nc
aiiit; ami I have consenteil to contribute to it un
urjowmibernexl, if such a number of subscribers
Imil tw filitntlieil :m will warrant flint .fen.
r am tfie i-re inc!iued to this devotion ofJmy
imm iran a nesire 10 prcveui any misconstruction
-i ,f n,. mullVi!9 -yRU hv M.m.
m tiiction witfV the President or his adininistratinnj'oo
I "'.. . . 11 . f
...-- mi iittni.t Af ilj Mt...MM A
oils. UiuLiuxxt- iUuit 4traiiiHn -frtc ttr nri'cr
prtfn to nnhlitr Ntatiom On tbo contiary my
,.fi.in-. , i!, Vn.t,t . ki- v..
! ,.,!. .,i t.;- cPmnBM. K... ia'L
! WM&r officially associated with him:
j my .retnrions.witli every member of Cabinet hw
I 're-'.i '.JllllUrmlr of a huU fneaulv characler.- and
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.u." i u(1h mta ,.i i ,k. 4.i:..:....:
t (trmwa no MlwieiuHiit. ..ljr.liQlcing...praricipV..
itmwi ny iiiK rresiuein l i-mk onon as eentml
! to-tiin prwservqtmn of tihertyind a Goyernni? il jif,
U iMinnut; anil it I bad supposed that my resifina.
i turn cimtii anuaair-r ttieir snccesa, I should have
Aaiiooii as ineneesaryarranemenlsarc made,
prrinosnl, with mora axtended addres, will be
presented to tha friends of tne Administration.
.- AMOS KENDALL.
1Tt u. tto. ' -
3IOCKiTILLE PROPEUTY FOR 5ALE.
3Tiaa rnmse and lot bel-vwi!; to tho Subscriber,
Modiswlhi, Havte CouVtv. iU lie sold at
j P'lblic auetiun,on Tuesday, thnj'JtJth of this month,
j PT,1V-) premie are ejceedingly d.irable,
I (iitiidr a a taiiuly re snleiutfl of as a birsine estab-
;iNlimenr.c! Term! will be mule k'mwn on the day
ar salt. . - JUNIUS L. CLEM M ON S,
3:5 wile, N. My 13, 1S1P.
: c;t:e ot tin';, !
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THE CAROLINIAN. ;
SalMniry, Friday, MA If 22, 1810.
-State Righti Republican Ticket. 4 .
FOR GOVERNOR, f t-.. -
ROMULUS" M. SAUNDERS.
- - - STATE LEGISLATURE. ' - - -Senate,
for Rowan and pa w HENRY MILLER.
Oiinon-JESSE A. CLEMENT, GEORGE LT
, , . DAVIDSON COUNTY.-f:ommon-COL.
PHILIP HEDR1CIC ':
SKtriffCQL. JOHN M. SMITH. .
Extract from the answer of Gen. Harrison's " Secret
Committee," (or conscience keepers) to the Oswego
Union Association : , '.
00" " Tht policy it, that the General farrimnl
MAKE NO n RTUKK DKeLSBATION Of HIS OI'lRIOSa TO
MEET THE PUBLIC LYE, uhite occupying hi pre
lent position "as a candidate for the Presidency.
(& A mistake occurred in our last week'a pa-
ings of tho Ilepublican meeting
lf n,vi(W ins,
nstead of Dnuiel T. Warner, one :
, . m
of the Aasistant Chairmen, asprinied.it should have
been Danikl T. Waskf.k. "w ,
: STANDING ARMY! . t
RawJIead-ani-Bloody-BonetlXVar lSwardu and
' -, " ' . Dagtri I v '..
Well, it is all over with us now A'an Bureq ia
going to have a " etatiding army " of 200,000 men,
composed of the Farmers of the country, raised
on purpose to cut their own throats and destroy
their own libertius; So. say theJhrttljMsjrr
- - 4eMfrora tr'm
jia ini.v nrfl ivrn unou-n. niuuii iifirs AHnwou v. in m
it is time to be preparing our minds for these terrible
thinca.il ll is reallv awful to think about, YnuT
that have tears,' prepara to shed them how." A
afterJcsjarihing, in LJW!tatTeUng;.jianjnottth.ejr.
women and children at the Nbrth as being nut of
employment, and turned loose hungry and naked
how shocking !-went on to tell how JMr. Van Bu.
rcn was going to got this "standing army," and
how wo should then aco the smoka of the burnings, 1
and hear the shrieks of the women, and the criei .
or..lho.poor,litUe..hulplcu children. It waa-vei,.
ry aflbctinji to bear. him. What abloody mon- '
ster that Van Buren must be! Nero, and all the
- lothcr tyrants of. Rome, were fooja to him thry
only killed a fellow occasionally by way of amuse.
mont, but he ia going to establish a " standing ar
my "all over the country, of the People thamsolves,
juu"u' " ", m me eiec.
J. ,!'!, Jwn, , VS-j!
; iimke'Tirem turn iq and" kill their wives and child---'
rctlt nna wjnt up 1ne i,uody work, of course, liy
killing themselves !
or b11 parties that 1mve ever existed, ns faros
prores tharthry Ihiht so i-ollicrwise,.would''they
atterrmrtBdcMtrni such siliy ub-
surj( rkl;euluus stories as they pVflke of whit' they
. n , , '
now calling an Buren'sstaiidina army sehoine?
Just think for a moment of try ing to impose such
stuff on the pcoplo.as truth,' Is it not plain, lhot
j they havfe a contempt for limit understatidinjMjin
mihK llicrir fools enough to hehevo any false sto-
ry that can be trumped up ? Let us look at
this great bug bear of a " standing army," and sue
what it isi Instead of being ft bill recommended "
by Van Burcn, and before Congress, as many of
the Fcdeialists represent, it is nothing more than a
plan for re-organiz.rig tho militia, proposed to Con
gress by Mr. Poinsett, the Secretary of War.
For ourselves, we consiJer it a fiolih andimprnc .
ticshfe onorentirly too much Mcver to be dan-g-jrous;
if there was any thing real in the matter;
wo should go as grent lengths in opposing it as any
or those who are now trying to make it a political
hobby to ride into office; but il there is any man,
; "',, ,he crn,i,r)'. recommends its.adop
tion, we navo yet to learn wlio lie is. tit assort
and defy contradiction. that Mr. VaiV Bureii ta -aor
recommended the adoption of the plan.
of tho terrible thing the Fedcrjlist! are trying to
make of itv They -say -ft is a schemo to break
down liberty, and liowt, Even if the plan was
adopted, idle as it is, -how would it give the Presi-
dent more power or endanger liberty ? Tho "atand
ingarmy" would bo composed of the people thenr--solves,
wlio are tho militia. Would th people
break down their own liberties woulJ they engage,
in B war against each other, or what? But. sav
Thc WoiSiTeiful men, tlieTresident intends lo march
them about from Stato to State, to turn the eiec -
p.dns";TuriidelectionV" the freai
men Trom one State to another to vote " Are thesd
storiea not an insult o;i the understanding's of the
peoplo t It is all a lalse t;y of wolf, wolf," from
beginning to end. Such plans have been repeated
ly laid before Congress, but never acted on;-f-they -have
always fallen still-born, as this w ill. There is
one thing, however, that these Federal orators take
special car to avoid the meption of, and. that is,
the fact that their tandidate, 6. ItarrUon, once t
oHorcd a much mora exceptionable plan to Con.
gross ;-a plan tomaka soldiers nfiha boys of the
country, and keep up a standing arniy, at an annual
expense of 2,mi0,0UO j but this was all right and
pitriotie to tien. llarrwon, and he ia fit fir Presi.
' j denf, but Jfr. Van Buren h fryirig to dejtroy liber-
ty, and rnusl be turncJ oul of cifice, becauje tfiel
' - , ."' ' .
f cctctary of m ar rt'coinmcnils a p'an h-s. 1
tioimblo than Gen. IlnrriNjn's, to Coimrpiu i.
ial'edernl logic mjil reasoning fir ymj, "
tor a correct view of (jcn. Harrisnn', ,,an.
"standing army," the reader is referred t W
article on our first page, under the head of
tict of the llav." , V,M
A Change came o'er the mnrit of their Thtf
When, scarcely twelve months ago, it &i
diclcd to the Federal Whi.s" h.ire, e
where in the South, that Mr. Clay would not rj
ceive the nomination of the " Harrisburg Conven.
tion," and that Gen. Harrison, ui all prolan,!,,.. ;
would they laughed the idea to perfect acorn, u
being highly ridicutuus, mid altogether out of il
question , nicy uisiswu iiiai uio caneuistes shou!4
pledge their allegiance unconditionally t JJr. Clav
and the party, one and all, unequivocally declu
that lie alone could carry the vote of NorU, cM9
liiia, or the South, Many of them, to our certaia
knowledge, who ore now going all lengths for uM
rlnon, expressed their dctcrinination to vote fyr
Plxv. and nn nlher mnn. nnil i.hn inU ,1... .,
, J ' . . . uu out (,m
Would be forced into a support of Harrison,' tht.
mently asserted an unqualihed opposition thatcouis
under no circumstances be changed. They cslkd
him then a weak, incomptftnt old man, without pit.
tensions or qualifications fiir , the high station
President. Thcso were their real sentiments, tj
mark the change, arid the cauae of the change.
The summer passed by Ihe yvintcr came, and witk
it, the time lor the meeting of he " Harrisbur
Convention." Thero wa a mighty gathering
of tho - Whig? forces from every" part of th
Lnion, AboIitiotiists-tHartford Conveuti(n rVc
ralista Alien ana Beuition law men Anti-Mi.
sorts Southern Federalists, and Banli-men, ttn.
swenng to Ihe uamo of good Whigs,",, sppeartj
to consult together, anil agree on a President U
would cany out their prineiptet! t , 'Plicy proc4
to business ; Mr. Clay is uoiniitlted, and at the fin
ballot received by far the largest number of vote,
showing him to bo the preference of the JSurlliwii
and Southern Federal Bank party, of whom th?r
was a majority in the Convention. It being evil
dent that Clay would receive the nomination by i
was cl.tange.dj and rt. was couclox'od to vote by Stjfo.-
Oo the second ballot, behold Mr. Clay was tliron
pjtejb)ar!lj!.-byrliia Northern friends thoegh f
vojeaTor by tho Bouthero delegation and Get,
Jla ws4ftkea up as the-iwlrtV'Tlrtr)'e fi;orT
not as a fit, competent, or preferable, but u'lkti
afairatecandidatepf this motley,4-Whtgpam,"
having as many rfiflo'rent political principles asthe
garment of Joseph hod colors. , . n.
Now, what was tho me aning of this manojurri
and changa, and cspeeklly of-this word araili-
hkt '. Simply this: Ihe Abolition jwrly of tU
I North ntiu.West refused, to support Mri Claj in
v - ,. .
consequence, asiney say, ot tus Afili-AboUUi
speech ill Congress last session, and threatens!,'
in caso h was nominated, ta withdraw their en-'
operation from the VYhig"," and bring rmt a can-
didatfl qf their own, the Convention well tnowin;
lliot tholrength of the " Whijj:!! party .Jtasds.
K.'J'it.i'l .)?. ..aiiliLtheirAlwUtiojL;lliW
that their defection would ncutrelizo the "Whig"
Vote of the North, wire compelled to vield-and,
ia opposition to their own preferences, suffer the
nomination of Harrison, whom the Abolitinoists
would support. This is the wholeecret of llieolil
General's nomination ; lot the Federalists' here
disprove it if they enrr.- ; ' .'--''.,...
riio news is published to tire faithful tWigt
tnontr was 'twclrgdltrtmt South" wifn 'dismay :iif "
confusion .too great to ho concealed. ;. It, srtnnM
fn the oar of the astonished ' Whigs" as fit
death-knell of their hopes. They were I&W
cotpplcU'ly ''iilmck.'and surprized out of lufir
discretion which, hy the' way, thoy.can be bars-'
ly said to liva recovered yet. Tin firstjrujriuLl
tH'eliTimTnalioti was not only doubted, but ridvCii-
led and disputed every whore a few days, howtr
er, brought xjnnfirmation unquestioned, and then
there was "hurrying lo and froL in the Federal
camp. '"They raved, denounced, and utterly refu
sed to receive the old General, in their first trsm-.l
port. After a while, being somewhat, recovered
from the shock, pursitadod bv their love (or, and ttw
P.-!!yn,ion-0i-?beiidarJi scliemoaiif th Tiv J
iff. Internal Imnrovcment. and nank.monooolies-
n.l MuiM,n . .... , ' I-l. i
m.. ,u, :,r iK-ipicns ana nojieiess ptigm i..,
resistance to this Abolition influence fairly whip''
into tho ranks, they swallow tho bitter pill throw
up their caps, and cry aloud for OlJ Tip," th-'
j" Hero "the "MiiitaryChiefiainr"tlieurngci.
bin and "hard cider " candiijnto of the g1"..
This is the 'ofQhelrtngojn jlippi.ni1!
of cfhTeillaT oprtonents, and the history of the
rise "aud progress TornarrTsorjism iu the Soutb"T
" ."HARD TIMES.J;( , ';.'1
The Federal orators and editor! are in the habit ,
of laying all tho blnme of the hard timesat tne
door of the Administration. A late Englisb"
"Til Mavnf f r'..l,.l n..t ..l.l.ot ,; fnr.l-llis.
t' ' v.. itnm UC4, quii'DKU .... i '
and drew a most heart-rending picture of the deep & t
tress pervading bil township and the tei lilmrlKioJ.
pittsuce of wages open food, While it rcniiined J
it Present high price. ihey.couUgatiio-clotliinl. nd
the liorne trade had fallen off in consequence. .Ft"
ty year back, there had not been such deep distre .
fc,"Lord Nolbeurne:. Do yoo mean to say they f 1
..worse condition now, tlian you ever remember.,
J'Tlie Mayor of Carlislo leplied-be came there l
state that fact. The wapes were lower than be erf
remefnbered ta the cotton trade." . " s
What will jhey say to this ! Hat the Adminis
tration in this country caused the deep dmre
ind low wagei in. England, too! England i
suffering from the very same curse which baa vw
ited thi! country the exces!of unrestricted lank'
ing the ruinoui abuse,inf the paper traah systciB,
the unlimited expansion!
which is its iiicvitnble" consequence. This o'
brountit about the distresi existing in thiseouotrj.
and tha same causa haa occasioned it in Eflsj1!
The Administration ' may be as reasonaT'ry "
justly accord of n tfje other. ":. -' "