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eat* to pot within the year, the paper tHll
tbo sr.ant left frith • proper no tow
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ear, auo t esbi• at pisaitos, $l4.
id ; imonde, ss. 9 erroalbr• $.ll 30; 1
pares---,me yire, $OO ; ;
to ttre Bower Otrertory at $3 per Imam
$ nrd, twat dz, and ondleroOght,
'4 , 2..1 makes, ID estate a /1$ , bat no advertise ,
...el MODE be Speria% :4 as for lase than one
*era moil-Inc frequent &sari In their
all, too amazes, paper, In card, tor $l5
Ih Idlt be to proportion; and the
be y oonitwerleo the lelltbasee bomb:was
Poem ine u ES wtomenesierraas mooned
yeeedy will fee prebeated bat,
• 10 per \*,, ber owe* oa *soap',
elan paid*, alleasea
S 5 DIRECTORY.
, goat (Wen' it Heratrati,Croatt7,olassertre
Faspay Bloek corper of Fifth sad
J 4 HE' CICTLit.
',but oceutueal by Jima§ SW, En., aka a
r tat ificita 4121 Munity bem* lb* liftd
OM Kit WORMS.
3.hben, Miti ROSSO der
re .04 Don2.4tie Dry Goods, Callta 011
CGOTOING IRTO '
6.1 Manefaccumr In first qemilnr Ready
ientlftmete 'tarnishing goo4s. )100,5rairs's
F. A. BECK.EI,
I:rotar., and Precision; Cigars, km. , Two
att. ittm, Cheep/de, &it, Pa
WILMA , ' re/tit:fro*,
tam Nada, Stossinent Roads semi iron.-
, antan.ly and caarluily drawn. 011leo on
Jaa v Sun-rota, Oroaary Suds trio, N.
?mriefeea, Proclaim, Paril, ruaL, Salt.
Xu I; lus Naas, Etrooree, Pitila,Wendsob
Yt k, Senna Cash. Mose Loy. No, 4
4 door* abore the Post ocliee, R.*
1.&& & WAXMAN.
•~t~.ti. Se 1, A eloet.
Pnarlpel Cities et' tbo Mato, sad
, air remitted. ISalt Notes, Gold
Interest peAd ofl-t deposits.—
lard Warrants bousiet, sold sod to•
F. Do WPfiloki•
!mirk ()riot Piaci. Will practice to
na Cotatty,ped giv* prompt and faithful
`ctrustert ta Ms bands, either in in at
""" !Mee in Ewer* Block, corner of
Q. /1.. tITZSUUSTT.
Retell Ulnae in Wet and bry Groceries,
Fordo, end domestic Fruit, Warden, WU
neer, FLL , Balt, Gams, Nal* Powder,
ete., ke. • French street, opposite the
Y ati iIIVONKIic
ran And American Bantams semi Glittery.
I and Bt.- I, Ne. 3 Herd Hrinae,
ELISE it PlcIS I ?MON.
upartateetef p, 'would reopectkilkt awe their
churns of tee and ♦(d atty. Eape•
'A VILIt NE.
Ilsnouurrlo, , Dealers Lis Cala, Fish.
N'tsatse.. Public Dock, ~at aStias
tzi•• Tr. 7ftterest allowed
Cbt.cli* toci Ueda a e :
await. 01e• Sterwart k Siookiles
*MI Seventh stream Reel.m.o,
it B. Refifilfe
asreitsll, Joirmais, /Dr ,
ionlen and Dourrebe Dry G4-Kl4 N'oe.
Mrretik, New York.
Cliartro A. asirliswry
Carr= 41.. 'Aroma
HAYSS A[ be•
05.1.3 b in fancy sad Staple Dry Goods,
ludrikt, tar-, No. i BrOgrell BIOCkr 3rier
ittilLL Sr CO"
Inge 'ONO Ant ta Distes
ttie Tsbrie Plqarro, aro proporod to
th all nthor erosion to pricer, ootior
,oecorOong to tto %minty sod ret.l oodue,
LEN A. CRAM
z--Office 1n Vice Bloc% comet a t Peusb
E. - 11: ABUJA—
i. ifilturs S
' xe Squwe,lp Nrts=l,4l itouse tat
talua ut OA best fitylit of this art end
As N. AVSTIPI.
fins .1 0 Lima*, ir C 0.,)
levetr.e, Stint.. droop*, Ma sisal
Lamps mid Posey Oeoda ',bass&
ILEPLgi, & CO
Ragtag, Mean Boil ors, Vault
od kinds of lifAietaperr sad issey
R~tr— Moe La th• Ames lam Block,
strott and %be Public !Naar*, or
mracrastat, sad all vine wanantA.
!tankNatio. Otrti&aro a Dojo=
reset* caws tortmaatly fro r e.
?Wit Squats, Ms.
tbe Csartem Sous. nut
oar Eut of tine oW AD oth•eary 41111.
to Fancy and Stsfl• Dry Geode sad
• Hama aimi Brows' , " M.M.
Eris Can't', N. Collections sad
gnu' proosyssess *Ad displace-
is Drags ik.iirtafe, Paints, Olio.
Rini Boum, F ries Pa.
X Mir MUNN'.
• Us Beattre Ehikulioe,griFtsirs,
•a IWO:emu, *alias in Coal,
ltzi° °t CWit Lake iiteeknern,
S J. NO%Tim
ywee.• Publie hock, Erie. 0 " .
...kr' in Gold 6d Stint Colo. ,ap eli k k.l s
Its sod I.4rtificatoo of dame- — "a
, pal MU' la tie Usalos, Lu z .
elk Mo. Bestr,"• Badding, in ~. ° lll
h C^ehmn, Nnrth aide of the Path
talLiT. C. I ocisioos•
64 fliotail Nolo in Threive and
7660 Ribbons, Saks, Lace*
& Re/ re Block, State street
Doometide and Inaporte4 Wises
Pratt, rub,. oti. and +ens'
^ 7 somaksu Lack, gsts" wool zyie,
etile W. A Yalta.
mad Iletul Ossier ia aLL kis& drape,
14 , , Wads sad Pia*" hair% No. 4 LC
&3lts e. MUUMUU.
— OM at up-stars fa Tamßall tosi‘dint.
„ t 2, „ .• J. LiNTi9. PgWks
b f 3114141101 ii” Cbsap
"garret Gold Maul, Podnit Catiery,ist.
R 410.11 finuse, Eric '
W • OLBO4 if CO.,
• Womble tad Ft•iall dosing la Won and Ctr
rleequality, the , iioopool sod best now to
t street poor Perth, trio, "ft.
taming 'rotor for fondly, tarsit'or neebsai
Y At BA R,
,„ MBN citoolo or co.,
.crumr. sag., Doors and Was. P sa dt S t . -
Y " C aP l44l by Oath Joo.o.
V.• It. Cliefitifil
" 4 Oster It Doubt' Rectttted Whishoty, 1 the
• PI eel* it
A, BALD m.
ts luiiai 4 Adfr-rums,l
twl NLiorry do Dr•w t liadiAntp•
, • 1 1 ^ Stuff', amid" rwaiblin ,
"P`. So 4 Reed Hawn. iris, P..
4. W. ItIOVOLAINt.
ffire mtoored to Sow OuU4ll/4 war* 41 2 141411 ..
ski tuie take Park over Clast 41-0 1".
J. C. 04.111102PURSI Phs
r,14 proton,' to WO DlOporenettpo_,
be' OW datile. 11001111ril the sow MOON
ATlVlMMAiwOrtimaimAtUvir L ....01114041W01~4111~0
the Public Scagur•.
Inm...us esomn, sod /Wm is WWI Mai Weak 114mokr i
Illt e hig odis witar tuft 351Irak elew OA. 04 *ay M . /la
1 , State *trill/4,lG*
41. r. IZILII.
MIX/1011111 aIIMICIPI "Xlit!t.
Mrpeopini 1,4313 .--06110 Oleg A
Wert comer of Part, Ws, I".
Aware ZWAlrriLltal WC,
Itcsornenvoise tit Scotsmen ease, nod gbeihnnie 404 iteltel
doakiLln Onnk stead thaalock Sok r lastbre c Trench sail Anentione
kikterseeo, Itnelthq"lllpieinil 1 1 0thi.lbech
Webb, Gentil i
haenn, isle, :. "
law yoexpeas, Oiohlols Is 111•coris, fialloar•
Wu* lie., brie arse. bilk Pa.
8. A. DAVlPhrOlitt".
APleawn Ar LA. —olllco warty eqpreite Us a*, CootZria, Pi. Bwiw
I. C. 101.1111011,
iravualicread Thad! drier 1111 eattiris, %gm old
APerialia illinbring, AMU*. ntehatiVink
iiiddl•ry sad Carriart hteuaitomps. Ulf 641 4
From* street, oppostft Um Die Pis.
Swan? MinisetAx toolis beadAt Ilia Amie Sao*
hooch ftrret. Erie. PL.. ,
Dital.Eft to Boots awl Elsoos li tt ill t
*mows Most 9tsto Knot, Cr*
• C. fS. Rawsort: _
• • • o .410 .oemarns Aorta. %di Boov. ". 0 9 ° 4 0 1
Stowarra &U. Ps
• ems and
Wa dalol Rat Ilbe Co -14etail i ka hale
=Todai di Raft a fk. Pear st isakikk
N. sa.ront k Co, No. 6, tope Ito ZION
Janos G. J•CRSONIILoInsIi and Nita" Namllhetanr of lkgr
00111 1 Meal,
Ps t, Bess, to , As. CNA paid Ards kir& of
:Oat? W. DULAAt
mAirourrosso Aso b 1144.1111. J •
MDR, DRAIN AND lUD,
ALSO, COMMISSION MERCHANT,
FOR Tim pUlOl4Sie /.RD SAVIOR 'ar SANE
LITEITOII6.SI/L.LA Mat $O. I rasa SAI,L
Meeridadials, Ps. Mtn PA.
All orders tbro4h the Post Once st *War place will be proms'
ettetsesd to: se4 doliseted is Use My frees( etiests.
Yale, hay 25, 11157.-11..
. 'HE ERIE. crryi.atrus r
kali 311:01.11011111 .
itaIIiRSTWIL a 03017t11,
ritawasabs AID autuu OSUMI Ur
nocat, CORA'', CORmoN7pN gr,AL, six aril, CHOP swirl;
10, nor. ,
vulva or alt rib tort •
.ft , se , ll , l-4E-liiiid. vbidt ..• liiii
Doll as low as any otherdsalar la Me My, sad doilkar bye of sharp
within the city kwita. ~,
ar AU rlourwarraated to b as nsionanltat,
urcisq pal for Orsln—Wheat. Rl* thitk-Cent sad Ole.
- - It
l ik= 1"1191t.
lir* July 26, 1 1 57.-11, P. C
YE THAT WOULD SLAIPE
JOHN ROBTl 4 l9Crril
F LOint, AND MEAL
That is hottest Indian, call at
Erie, July lia t 1661-41. SILANNON IiROTtISM„
The Insure:lee for Tim Sod__
'TILL it Ext. County Mutual inintunes unspnn et 7=ll
J. make Kboorinkee on ewer? tinonrititten t 7 " 14114
Coootm .t As low 'ski aa are °chalet:sat ty. Maio goo
dirtdett Jute) two elatrarat, tit : the raninel.la trktch nothing hot
tam 'preperty sort d +env" aolloot over fronttat
hound, nod tbe Conneenisl la whit* alt end of
gored. The foods Waal , &outman non so* tar ia
Cir Qua twat ranee wade it oltitsr Dawtosal all tino, arenl
Jana C. Ihrob&11, C. K. Tibbs*
S. m WU. W.F.F. ittedeeneekt,
S. P KsOrr, Jobertfureirorty, Jae. II Stmrmtt,
Thai. hieeritead, Jeeolt lbettoe,
George A. Mot, A. %Mitt, Wm. S. ile k es.
J. V. Jostles
Jos. kil. snuutarr, Prost.
-11 Jonas Gainscr, Bea
QtAiSas X. Tweets, Troia.
Oaks, over J. S. Sterreit's . Gramm remelt street t‘ the rn"'
- _- . .4 tit . ttosorotosatom 6 tkiztoom.ao a /..a.waill . c.a ...
GIFICE ta taapliii it s eas. wilt a Stele Me StO INN" , Met
:toot to the refibt, If *Wm .L.
J. W. D0W11371% Hex
ID srasvassuNG the lellettte. Coseeetetee fie' theetrkime m ar &
.110 ills. ameterall* the Slabs ill Auslispbmaim:
HOW AIM FIRE and 341033 -NE
Innrsooe 001iplia of lidisdalidds.
^RIAU* Boatkor. Na. 412, Warta - ittoota.
Cat'll*ln floomellY I soaatta, illilete".
The Quaker City Insurance Co.
or ruit• strste..
"weft hifkliors. 4 " 0 "1 1 ...4M 0w
.a 4 surrius,
Misinfacturere natince Company,
Ojteir No. O. Mercian* “.
cmorrAL. - - • • • 101140
13%, And 1, 1161
CialitAT lITE ,
in and Trust Company.
80. V i e p<OT) Iroloot &MIL
CUA3tlttit rs Al.. Aattootaed .~041.
Yin TIISCP.ANCr.. 1
or o,oa Pam. fro.
BURINS nistxvics i ° lk ar F lll74l4-Thilig uu at um viddi . t h 1.4 , Y411 . 91111°
oa awes by sismem ) •• Lowe
INLAND. 11t131.11.010E I L 4.4 doitiaga. a& moo too
< r Chart., C. Loilbrogi 1410 Walla fJosirt.
a &mow IF ailako, 14. Nor* Toot Minot,
Haar? 8. VOW%
of IllialhaliPt_lrahmit Semar
Am C. Vorstor. am of Irriert. Wow 6 0r...
ir., T roof , Brio orrmi It Woo
of afitt4 , 6 Slaiftr,
stilisoil S. a Am of &Wm. lameo 6 Co..
wawa Nein, ( to of
J. R N ll'Cortr, _elm Attu' & arOu ' rtf.
J o ao Raso, BO lasista room Ilbosit,
loom D. Soitit, Ihsa of MIBIAL IlitlS &ON
ma l e,. W. Baker, OokatuatrealA
BIWA" O. WAIN" Yfrw tell-
C. C. I.llol o r,
vs. swarm 4 1 ="'•
J 02121 J. HOME, logrosary millailamoo.
liseoramooaat Boastarr. .
N. S. Bassorur, 8 J. 3. 11.13044 sigso4llo l , 4ol .
August 22, 1861.-16
ill DittmBWAlX FITITTILL WWI
OF PRILkfIiILPISI.I.• ~-•
i 111472.1216.16: twortetigose=rorebti
Weise lame tint idal sal Ormatitioomolloe ado moo horsorhh
Wren foams will re thrhsay istil iona**Frourope.
rinvisigs or srar•brosem.hrldisleisailoOlegetrpoeBl. Worn
or errantry, tor a /bona WS T. •
J e eepb R. JaapeoC.lioad, lobsord tionikri,
TloropitOrs Paolding, Jells 5.112.18. Jo be oso Ibittith
Rohrer thews. holot a 7,8110 1 .
Hub crallt, ItarosoutWarak 0traX1810.0....
IteralAirt•we, rA1eb1.p..... gl4.
tikul. bike ii• Ple J,,e;
Vinson T•hroll, Welter ft, Jou Wit,
Dv S. reap. tOr , Ws 1. 11 • 01 / 1 4
*prow Ildhon. ,
Ws. Kars. Pt,"
t iro 8. Wrelervo„ they.
v i r zstk „woe, opti.
rireitMClZ U' •
(le sio G. A. II Isoitioor Oat* wow of
ILI itt•tastro "WA;
lIIISCOA MIX AND
FA MON msnanar. car
Ait Csi b ZW .
Lod co, i.... csausi imiwt....-. An rdi iiii 4
Lies as low asAtestrity to As "ertarip“, att.
kris. Dor- Wisps.
gdiE -X 6----Era TS -I_, 8
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arAMUt II : ,Ine,r4
inaot.sokr , ". A , . - ,
Dill.'' o , z all Apo•s ~,, .0.;
%h. IN Rog Shah Ugh
OM SWUM ID
PRUGS & ,
sista, Vail ftrallik ..
Dratsi NotrilgodWis. MM.; . *P .
poem, Drooki% No Mose
emi Liempr 14.
S. I. CLASS
Y. 1.. L.
1 1 6 V. Whissagsear
taitilkob& id ND:10
bsed="4l 0486:00-st OIL . 4141tVer sal
*Ws 60 Vdill 000-11121.1-9* =Will=
oso Use at ill= 1 0014 167 ' mw
st Ow ari, OM , ... me w& . sil . grAt
froa Thar Imo&
Wh,osi size r raisVßB Wiwi, '
.t.dr. to OAS ty i ?AM i V .0 vs
Imps V _. 000110. •
vikidO we Ow Ow Ines flOi ''' 11l Sof
OW. Ids IN WI. t I .
TEI CATINUNI , IZ PIIIIMMANUIl&
REECE( OP 861ATOR Iran,
here' whist lime* tbstanatiatiasi of won
Wig wilueldis as us es *teams " -
Touching the Drat Beottiewision, be rerks:
",tom ea r l em oti this point, I wi s h to i
After o f writ% a br ief o the d that I holy to the Dyed Scott &cities as a ma tte r
history of /ow- / robe no as Vilest Lik, hig , oimo .t.e* *
t par ui t i y u ,
joyh" haw bee em n is m en sio tly wise asid or anaa sit
dea°4l"4l ile m ilm'sla y il° eL a riterpee ""eerthi".. i le er ieli e soil "*". • : 1 1 4e t a hi lm isati threr
bad imifornily, isalt "as,
be t= "
I : 1441 W a b il y vau t te e it ente tts a g p r ierea nwth te s a t f id l .prosparl e* "gil t
simi and 1147almtatimill"*°4114"6.441litt idle
14.100060104 jai war f or owe . New hat us
elestated the dignity and prowess of
i t i s i °h. 416114 t. 114411" alles4 "rlita," hi"
claiming for ?tar party a higherdegree U sil..h...ris etst*"..l"
of parity, aims, tad, tee hew the
sii:e ir ta i rio s o na of illis men " in r* modern timer I da"ll. , ‘ " ,_," l9 " l " dilbe a .t rutacemealeleabeinimiliftreeeele " ls4ll7l:ll4thel 11:414 " ealgeeell:c411
and hawing also paid l a Waimea. iimplissig to ''' `` 7 `‘`l4 l ltitm to VI lo film men
the -liarae4er and qmiligestioas of Ow'.Peek I°
4 h° it
sad bis meistos nn the dem et. A rid
a tas tie r
°mum ticket, he Or *male, i 'tree thee we bee* no r ight to
proceeded no fellows • nMrfire with iiiievery is the States, but, "bow.
to Wilmot, the r e p u bl ican ca , u ha ato, has Oh i tth e prof Seat theileheta" bow does 16;
bit ..i r d e w ilus the es people, and wool VII% tit vi."
604 111°1ft of the a.j Intati Btate ta beeetile. oostrol of ite "th elis e te le s Pilli ee?— °:
tire willinguesi to make Ise Pt" to
tbat the State oommittee would Da seree
with him in pcmotial notitrovmi wassirstill time
the denioerabe candidate sh ou l dhis4 W " " that right be breetbt to 7 Thus
diapleae.l that the onmmiuee should he °en
(1416 = 14 46. 1.4. 6 n0 right to
lelial egearee e l eol d aie el
e t s n se e n t :thee! discussion
" I Z ' Lilt-
if —awallee3ll.ll It-
up ge larto ure thii mee a tiag ktsec o t a io n o d a il o u f
i G as e ta ttarid aittac hakat h - iit M entonni. h;L T oti‘tilinstamooageeesni
rig s li dtmis i to ion eo lil atro lit l w it i T u b t e he iti
he bas bravely dashed tato the field slow I. l'
. ari l ,. th r s sar "eitli sessi Ppletteel "lb°
am to fcossettmon of a eopy of Me arm addr ess* ba N haa sy - I b is is Aw l miss ge. whi c h 1 1 , "
delivered St Philadelphia on the 24th alt,, spatial
-- _ lea _
10 _ ins_ your
4tsomtmr owu "" psoal li o t f uw th ' e pbsese ssamo tLe o:owti aehn binifilit r llj°d rU vraapAo l o ° t f
, i .
think $ the le Si deesnoo upon his position and argnaisate, he b
in M a r ke W b I nto f b l e r s e v P iews )92
rouign ih. 111 1... gatil yb vi s. 7tn ti e d in o d f ais iti tb ig e:
propnetyat tbe uo pre44buts see
i n t o wan noci t of decision he so reluctantl y any office may properlydo l 1 t°
Pe°Pie fealdd7 *it ' "
propo se the o p y ro a pe pprelo r spiri si t zig ia d oing el son,ss 0 ,= 144 .
of T07 0......._
„6.6 . ho s Terrl*r_.
the e c r otn rem plete mes ty
t oe ;
i totot tlic
ci r uo h li c ti m ot : s yl f ol ore t ad deo:li i rr::: ..
as ti btat ccrt will on ts = a ft " . dare gWe not aa be rt ireplief ie la
ti ron Etta tli te m m 4 po prneti Vi ust ril mi ht for bi le ll — h o o
he will mainteit7ife le cted, "nit weithlibereb r f Malhata the utter
I ' e
1 the intelligent elector 5057 vat IP° that of his &et ea tie the subject. Indeed, h
a : ilgettrat thols theory pea hi pieties at this point, an d i
in vat h searebed mast
n for sov ranch fonwhadoer l ieg in the la "88°11 conceal
possible th 1
speech of Mr. Wilmot It is d oe ey p o t ted on e y x
a l ' l asts
bear" ;..libas decision, or the dece tra t psre e chario t, t
that te e r 1
ly to Alit • subp.et If slavery , es on l y a "weof
reference ~ hi. loot ' s as Americanism brie f
tena obliged to
affairs seem to have bad on stoacueas for him . entire ly. ll• it
It is an almost incredible feet that na a long othaw, to
31"b e wo b eterli o n sId h bseu n tVtU e o iw t ,
ot h ited E n e a g g wr i o l: e ue ttetil lik eor t:o m e n s oe s o r y f ultdd oweL er of B L ei th:e o et sarringie le many "
pai ss "l" ovibi th r e l Laa,7 lo ll° r ee titt" : " p t ,
oa tif t li d ei rig ebi o rti lloh w v: ww tas e nisot t: o t 16.4aLe heia " owes li asoi lr I th h : e a to st4os et ‘e‘ :VI
* p h: i t
a : o w l s ,
question fowbi ck b m e u l ec: ce . d
es w a i d th idate the ,
o d r att o t r of w th bach s saes tbs po ub t o nt w , , ite tw olias• and doss virtually ogre' sto p
politics) authority of the State goventerest id be, any sigh neln‘lwiegn Pnssylvsaia
to any way be exerted From beginning to d rehrees, - tte
ahle4 thay kr Kass"
be has talked outside of the true purpose of Lis t a " ,)y est‘er ? i llid ii kale no payer la ie.
appearing before the pablie, and has fell d, then era
r ea" e lastitetwe
fora, to give the people the mesa. to ~ is ci a. Nwiswiell y ares so or liedinwedY The su l tana
whether ho would make a good governor or not of
d acct lea
tie has talkei about shivery and questi in- I "te
endowsl sod collateral, but t not a word about or
" li S ie ti ver te rl a s cu th w rm s tr ( s i n o cy i l h i !
17 .14. 1 L bayw hes woui rs
d n and be lla or oo the r re rrhi po - luti bries - o Prier ps: t eon e"F"lthe tended ih °l f
13"tt w eil t h b ar e power of
glad to know whether be Intendsto mud! .
. tiftt fut
- e e r ie st ifee ee rsion ale has awb settrdtb iw wqrsirtions seithise .
f t n he end po , li oti e)
vitalprese ; wa g i ncumben t,
twolir kiii polit i ca l tires, mid has *toted the lest *meet through
What does be erideb the tribe States maid reach the es •
think of the pol i cy of ei n em le
" is m On ,ho name e mistime Lifiiir shinleet den, Ye ci s . isomer.. • •.esse feillia...fter o r ~_.
the people his view „ on these State questaosis, as electio n of 4011 oof r 7 sec TR s.o.vuulr • re :71 .
t:bioontzi:ltlonlegt.:„:hivei.e,:in,t,sift},:ign.,oy,insgr,nrcitt,:yr,pti::7ll,:esesofdefreebt,to Isra el. .. Tart y
shea cano t t i to nea ns 4 h vol t te ll
t q fit o l est ot to ts n ,
the Tb trheet i ten ! gowi r o
tlibtestepenthdeinegudasmc..fniie‘rimvestr ga t 7 the ss oonstaa d espscuiltioe,ly -- gone
sur t e y: t n lec ;; l l l e d o.tbe re i sse t
s t o i citt bo rt__ ot
etsbncing questions of grave cosier , for the laaving ms . power over the subj ect,
_t e 4 1,4144 15 t
people? MI theMO subjects, vitally hammiest, of vi matt ne_portmom
...ve lL il
sol l istuve.
and within the range of the legitimate sties of salsa, indeed, bit • h
I W ns:ii in hull
ada va .: l , 7 ta n e ys eqmstobspo t st wer ght of is iiii:eiredsovag,shporvreeedalleno;dediseatboornit
utt i to, to tpuro oon opoosb.d oind .to s eere tb es si tots scas it e :
t ate he Fa am ites oh t s ivti tn ,
But ilb t aeon
I CIt l another slav ery
a a ( ' 1 i r a t tt , o4 equally )abat
d th e t ni th • e is e sen eiti tioa .
el t shotti:irste..
( options of the evils of s lavery, and mares im. Bat hi It not rings
0 mind a a
potations upon the motives of its sectsect" It ...k to egi.. .
W 40011 1 10 W Ile ligrelea What
does not confetti a s ingle prelims% itlgoottne as ineastitili al
tos ure re s me i d t y to fo be r
t. e q v u il ea s ts tt onof laments .vital Mr.
tumiW ti mp ou
he ati4 telu m mee e tt u hitilieris4:lltioll
eir l ortr
importsuos, which lies st rise foondatiou desert meld emme _
thing valuable to e• se freemen." end yet he meesares . would
Zl474inattewhmePtt attempted t 7 b il e 7 can Wldespply the esirein°lll4hat. thillll:biwrinr.teltruc:ihidertipsdrfpoitio)ptiy' I :fir
in it .t r sa tie s ;
N o t, o nly ibis, but I alma prove to 7 011 . . Ala (i ii " s ami lem to cry over spilt none
seeordiug to his own Awing, tits people et a to
found it necessary to make his eddriss on astiou- Sub 4
a : !keit , i . t ,
o h: .
v. lei s
al maa, entirely foreign to the eassatim duty* _ bl ame le to i si lee; se t at 11 1 44
it is to be regretted that he did sot devote • t veteot as not teens
rope r tliss ta . adadatee e
stihy tr t
portion of his time to his once favorite topic.-- 14;40 ,
the tariff . wisakife
ofirbre.,o2.ttna:boorif uritootiessoe f
. o t v o
rally soder his tag, would doubtless be dekliitild 770:1 11 . 0 0 1 " .11 ,0144 111";
be bel : mede llsaan n aselaredisitnith:liblegabanlat°nalliC":ll:oool34:6l:nontryi shillennal
soi.l the,tenisonf w i h is tio rit t i b ith ey
fra med to usd ol
tits eadissisteesatishastses: droommest t b: olit elessams d
take o ne
ir viceem fal Wolof of Penasylvalds l l hest
tettel""‘" sold la
i ll = at:il l h7s 7 , lour dweetliarieedwarst=e;
a , i
hi. birth. "
Possibly he could lave sertietweed the stion' thst Starts
is b s s the s a me t to
Ir°l•lllll°M•ClaPirters.sad ei r wb .iendtt ere h i . interfere with ow l ; W i g e sehoohi that Pen '1
tb°7 are a l" °— Y -e-- $ll-'
r — LI itaaha."-". Taiga his will slavery is Pets , as* that 4
ow deed vast to bare its demi. they ehele— i bat did Wad occur to his mind, at the
to his rescue in this his boor see& Perlmea
to t a
were main his anditon at oft Phiadelphia .ta e rpo ttat opeo l w ould tie.itl
1. r i r
those who had adusted to)give liir . Dabs * th e !is HA * *
res witeer $ •
10 E .
tams in effigy for followieg Wilmot herd on ter % I )1:011:11Pos
the tarsi in 1846, sail he scald We aois is T r enas o s Y s l s , sa d, eosikiag his dui
them to repent that great wriocl; Ditlr, .... so =s loe Why, the re
as also their oft repeated imPetetlese *Fee e;', l , erstunil .• Id __. 4 s d rs i s so w
OM motive" and conduct Re lierrtaildy iernia ea isliz a
turf wiata 3 •
Ws shown those who abused myself sod otters fa . Oilow Wise re
lest spring for agreeing to a meabiatioe et the 11:14111.104*
o ae ll -
worties hn usi t i s l .,
tent', when we bad ooh wer left to tufa it , Fete s ;
es r t 6" ague
Ltiatiteepror Zootel:st= ai sLIT writ
that they were utoessole in that einereti 7 " 4 " 7 1 . Th " " 11114 ? Ella calri , lal, "r ev, il l
tiiiguiebed wivoeste of "HMIs free treas"—
list let that peer, we will lee"' the dig t lelor 4 -..--, sail mad not ems word
mid of in gn iori fret-trade! The $0 end
Nisi WWI %IS sot et *Ad a lo n
ed r °"ti l T"e ers t l e l h °lii ', porat!reittnienaeslyatTniatniti
u Pe%l s s tectilnet‘"TilleeTlerildee is q, l l:e in ne g nt i f
ttliezristts:7lYia:ii:rnoets'nodinan gantel."l"inestabet:lptesistibeibsedloi n anen t
a r o
of ilta iimaatY. adage that p olitical 11"4"41 If ki n votes mote votes Games where hie
make & strange bed fellow*• la . hos r ams wag be appropriate than in hl •
But to the speech, sod I will r • you -, te will Is badly w as p se inn be al t oto
aesittatent flat to that his hien s Oily not tiolar
plain It reads follows- the other States, but tannin for roe sow
s I l o ta th a t under the *Destitution 4 .0i
white else than at hom e
United Stales we bays we right te ettelnelroe°7- m • ird „ as prom reezitiote of the tea
tilmoiherev:liti tosablereleaesabeyeateeneleeltrole4; t i ed tlitas"" by e VitieteStailltettitws,ertirati 1 17;eferm" t"-a-lt a.°.ll"_---11147a- i ts '__ ‘l7 -4":rshil72- 1 2 1 7 :11 '
we is Perinsylvanoi have no more right te highs- wetteredheweeloot es ma tars wetse tut Tim be
late for Virginia upon the sub** of slaws dat a
aiit sgeo r
than Inters has the TWA to k t ilaW ir ... It. I,olol4lllloBWeareSetallittr
Pennsylvania on the sal hest of min pub
„how ( ow
But in the Teffitories the gnestimi is diffevelii t r! " I " lt l igusti b e i t ." lo . Ole a tea ell
The Territories are the oommon ploperty of the the fis says aqi le soy samayA fir lhel
PA" sod we have the common rigth ui .0001 to ftaircoiroptiarten earl, out ear.,
Ta r s sprains!, of slavery, he "tie: 1 eill Y "".."'..- L.
' . ' ' .."
Ti bril --.-kilr.. t ° eStieedi a nglY
4 ' The goon ues is au mere abstractive. ear 10 *Wt Sliallitimad 1.41414:4;17111 i 1it Z 4 7.1:7= 1
it infaaY 4 Ileee l l oe 4 r7 S hi = " Ikea* i Sar r‘ scivOur. Val 068 0, 3110 to t*a 0
list of Met*, a ia &Vt.* al
AT ci..411110N, as ?fl OM flart.
Roply to Rea. David Viliaot.
• • v. rads"
mut t saußao swam =mom 26, 1857.
50 A YEAR, 111 ADVANCE.
vote for the anther of the base allegatioa will
despise hie foal aspersions. Fame they will not
eves that it is beano* is David Wilmot to
Nears the reentry ageism tie comptioes of
James Sneirsaaa and Rape B. Taney. 'Bat in
his saw at courts, be has gone out of his way
still farther to mete an o ught epos the is.
ter* of the supreme wart of his own Soho,
sail brawny slipple that its d ec i s i ons see o b o e
.aPR it is comma talk among th e
bar that a daisies asst be revived every iv
years to ban binding effeet. The everts*
take warning, for failing to be governor, as his
rodeos° certainly will, be may still re a the
tidies of judicial ceit4rian. - 't
hosing to rupte the decision of the Su
preme Court iv pperrmws terms, suloyof Mr. Wit.
mot's Mum) of pc are in triously en
gaged in abets to destroy thezd
once of "the
public is its integrity. As means of doing
Ship, tie are lathe habi l :" expatiating on the
• nary eirmunsten that the ordinance of
1 7 / 1 / abotdd bare been deehrea nneoesdentional
at the end of slay years after its adoption, and
the Milsofui Coarse so declared after having
stood for marl, orty years. They certainly
know dist the 'names of 1787 did not derive
its authority 6Pa the prompt oonatitution.—that
It was the work of the Congress of the Old Coo :
federatioe, sad wee agreed to by the States, and
was merely forpetested Leder the present con
stitution as a measure which the States bad
agreed to. This item of history they prefer to
swippram, so that the action of the court may
seem the more strange : They brow, too, that
the Missouri Compromise was an arbitrary ar
rangement between the North and South, forted
by sa exigently that endangered the peace of the
cenetry, and that its 'ociustitutiottal authority,
tbeugb constantly denied by many wise states
, had not Nei directly tasted prior to the
late decisive. '
The history of the renowed proviso, is rewrit
ten is** speech, and Mr. W. has manifested
special 'delight in exhibiting what be considers
the , ineoesisteneies of the democratic party an
this sable* and morely those of Gee.
end Cue, Hon. Richard Brodhead, aid wyrelf.
He all*, in substance that, if the General had
voted before be ranted, be would have gone for
the proviso, and that Mr. Brodhead had said he
would vote for it if offered to the proper bill, end
that I lied been eery careful to record my name
in the aMrmative, when a similier sentiment
passed the State legislature. The coarse of G
oral Coss and Mr. Brodhead needs no explains
thin or defame at my hands. Their sentiments
are too well brows to the country to be success:
fully misrepresented. Aid, indeed, admitting ,
all that Mr. W. alleges, I do not see that he
1 makes out any man's destruction. The wisest
men in the nation have often been wrong in
their first impressions, as to the expediency of
, suddenly-proposed measures, and to be mistaken
teriswi M ishame oo t vaam lue 4l :i da d maj ans " T eildeedi i titatima dat en res: s t:w i o s b la ieh7 w i g h T b als aseal itr fsea a 7ras seeti 4 :: Aid a tel!ti bet n a t oro re . : w r ip“ !_a n: o ll o e n. n Y l o a n i. .:
believe that. it Ina, under oonsideratioa in the
finally. For myself, I knew but li ttl e *bout it
until it MSS from the Hesse of R e pre senta tiv e.
t= it as an abs tract asatimeat against th e y
of territory, with thew*, to the ex
of pesos with 116146°. As a proposition • i
vial! the **ham of the Beata and "" .
. a the power, of
Bute% without *inlet *vines trowassA.., -4.-
viseed my mind that he rutted operator' would 1
aio **doe to the eleveholding States, and I
discarded its doctrines entirely. 'Four years
after the advent of the proviso, when the demo
eratie nominee for governo, Iseestainly was 4ot
allergist with a want of sympathy for the South.
The reveres was the constatit allegetion of m 7
Fattiest enemies. The execution of the kip.
tire-slave law and the doctrines of nowleterrew
don were tiles in that contact, and I advocated
the of of both on all ocossioos. Mr.
Wilmot himself publicly dissented from my
views on these point. at a meeting is his owe
town, where we stood face to face. But it is of
little moment whether I have been ooneisteat or
not. I trust I may always be mere 'ambitious to
'be right, and never vain esesgh to pretend to
great wisdom or foresight. Ifl did not mistake
the meaning of the proviso. when first proposed,
I e ertainly namottlefgetA he astletn, for I tbo't
him a demberst, sod be has turned cat to be
anything, else. Bet has ids. W. relieved l
polities by what be an add on !.Lis poi!tt ? f
li Oren be tree that certain democrats inclined
to favor the proviso before they bad diseovereft , ,
!the wrong, Ito wee not thereby we. ranted is inni. l
mining it when the *ultimo of its poseicil 1
wackier . had become apparent by dimme*d, 1
ke4 espeogall sines it has bass shown to be on-
' But this easdidate sod his petty ate greet on
• . They are in the habit of wasp
lag Mr. aeltionan, Judge Dangles, and other
demur** statesmen, on the elate of ipso*
siatesey, bemuse at one than they sustained the
policy of settling the slave eentroursy by a goo- ,
grefh poli icsa uf I=, and ti q ba u vir estko sinos te ens the breee r 4 l : h o e f
fAlie to be settled as they may dee
beet. There is very little some and lees *teat
ism in snob Mitialest. The whole Watery of
the subject shove that the eoatroverev at the
alfferno periods when the excitement attalped
t e daagerou height, was treated as a subject \
at entapromise, implying at Owe treated as
of pritatecd realist views. / Statesmeu and I
parch* t reqnired.to yid , mneb in the-way
of opinion, enure the If the country. —
Mr. Boobs** 'tooted bruseari lies so long
as the policy of settlitit'the ovw4on by territo ,
del division . ** melotnined ; d kle. Dangles, ,
in 1848, proposed extend tiz s reallei of dot
line to the Potato ooese in a *allotment, of' '
e Boat the eery itiwb?
0 jul l
, now , asi a 1854, have not ovoolla 6 , 0 bews!d
the moat of Obis poliey, 'ted in
\their oemOviiima to its eiSllll43, p erpetuity
oatipl42ooaoioS. Thi•t it, 110 0 Sied
1 illiortiilla it. Leather mode *Weise* to
! *eau die ormetry
iron shit war mod that ad re..istervession , as
sow found is the Sammelaw, was wisely ado,•
had is 1$60; aid I. ineistallad by thiretsteemen
lloava V*" heeetwastmall is there in
ra ssetioul Lad *hat is to be said for the
eineerity of those who *Missed till
i:lielabslwiailo dens*? hthte
e'a‘tGt. 7 of l Peal
itownforisdlToueeyeea t r
to *jolt the wheel* is 1848: They
are not In a sosiatios to talk *host consistency.
llairtsg, so onophili Reknit this lode ofealuat
cla rize t t oodum , t y he o l ful tt icseaartati OW :I n ae bo e yf
toting the Bide* regalia of this nocoastitution•
al rneesure, free plane to Otos over the Stoa t
giviag 10041111109 to his detei ri sief is pathetic sp
rit:tot° trano rlik" - AWOL ila jr 71 .4 1111.4111.6"11 C.62f '161141:
goer* of this *ow lialaril s " 6 " le •
Olt Zolasa eilisaMilt Wit** %ears 9it.
belligerent, and hurliviadiebin new gr o
the national adatinistradoti. Us es ditingh
be did not know that the odium Usit,fairs Ittisat,
ed by the Srilevsletnie.lia been repailed by
the last ; that hit party friends in is are
daily availing themselves of thew bogus has;
that Mr. Robinson, the Topeka 011181104 had
petitioned Mr. Stanton, when soiling, imam*,
to confer the appointment of aniuniamouer tr.
sokeoWedge deeds on his friend, by virtue of
the territorial lawn He seems &armload to
give the version of affairs that mill best snit his
parpose. Having presented a stertlios um Xitre
of the wrest!. and *movewhich, ng to
his story, have been wantonly initiated upon the
free-State party of that unhappy Territory, he
makes the foltowing sweeping deolaratisa
"I sires that the adsokaistration knows ail
about these oatreges, and yet they uphold them.
They sustain the Missourian , saarpstion, sad
they dare not be ON; -because they are tit*
slaves of the slave power who erected them and
This is tetrifie, indeed, °mink from a nasal.
date for Governor, bat Mr. Wilmot's language
is tame and feeble compared with the sparkling
rhetoric of Cal. Keitt, of South Carolina, on the
other side of thequestien. The Colonel , in his
letter dated at White Sulphur Springs, imputes
to the administration altogether different action
sad purpse: He alleged that its first set was
to appoint a governor to adebetach Kansas/rpm
allegiance to the-4mA and deliver her into the
hands of fro-soil fanatics," and that "to say
Oust the cause of the South was lost is Zama;
prior to the appointment of Walker istopolliate
fraud ty j - alsiod." Here is a wide differenee
between big doctors. Rut the southerrusr seems
to have the beat of the contest. Indeed the best
attempts of Wilmot sod his school of orators to'
show the subserviency of the administration to
the Wave power fall-far below the mast ordinary
efforts of Colonel K.eitt, the Charleston Mercury
and the New •Orleans Delta, to demonstrate its
free soil tendencies and its treachery to the
South. With snoh fires in front and rear, who
will say that Colonel Keitt may not reasonably
imagine the fantesties to be hereafter played by
"shivering eabinets" and "eonettleive administre
Then, - again, Mr. Wilmot and his
to be in great tribulation lest the slave po wer
should deprive some of the citizens of Ka nsa s e
the opportunity of raising their voices against of
the institution at the ballot box—l '
deprived of that high and red e(nee
the right of suffrage. 'Y be y sacred
y descant eloq 1; 1
on the sacredness of this right, sad hart uelit
tire anathemas on the heads of all h deetree.
tempt to restrict or usurp th is prop; f ci tut s c h ti al o l n at. of
American ;reenter'. The people, so d the whol e
People, most be heard. N o y•
this is Iye e l ,
well, and they cannot go farther 01 point -
than will the democracy; but does not this
if concern for the rights of the peoya
exceeding bad grace from Mr. W leat
party, who, to the co/motion fist nomina ted his
Colonel .Freniout, laid it down as 11
that not only a portion, but all the 'tiSeDB of "
Kensaa, should be deprived of the right e
ing whether they would have slaverynot .
They claimed th at right for COD
tually held that, though nine-teeth
pie might desiro slavery, the late •41.
grew' should be ooncinsitts h was no
heftiness with them. It is part of
deprive all the'people of the mewedoppeetele fa ith
which they falsely allege the deli's:lo,l4 are at e
trine befog vitt intrrm.-
tion for Kansas is th be found everywhere e se
in the trotted States oscept In that end the
other Territeries—that the people of the States
who do not go to Kansas shall have voles OW
the subject, but those who do, shell aot, N
sbsurd, then, their affected distress, lest by de
sign or accident aome citizen of Kerma may be
deprived'of the opportituity of giving effeet to
his will on the stablest. Why even now Mr.
Wilmot and his party will not say that they will
be c ontent kith the decision of the people, end
admit Kansas as a State, unless that Leo
into the Union whet. site obeys their dictation,
and not till then. It was in this connection, in
the contest of last fall, that we ridiculed tileir
pretensious to ezelosive friendship for freedom
in 'Kenna, whilst holding that tbe people should
not be free to eelcet their own institutions. We '
c laimed t hat the democracy were Isere the
friends of "free Mesas," because they wished
to have her people perfectly, free to select ell
their domestic institutions. They bolding that
Kansas should not'come into the Union
she adopted their views, and the demos:y
rosintaining that she elsonid come in, no matter
how she might decide se to slavery. The
tion in the presidential issue was not eer
she should be free or slave, but simply whether
her Elie bona fide citizen should be permitted
to decide for themselves. That question was
affirmed by the people IA the polls, and Mr. Bo
atmen and his advisers, in my judgment, are
lionesfty e ndeavoring to carry oat that decision,
in so.70t(gooll faith, regardless of deuuttelet g
e North or South, sad pert ormin their
whole duty to the country.
Mr. Wilmot talks very positively _ shout what
is going on in the Tereitory. Of *awes it
knows; but i s
tome weeks there this same
tiler, and found it difficult
formation. That wrongs been Emitted
on both sides is elms; but the ides of Mr. W.
that his peculiar order beet been uniformly
right on all the Lanes that have disturbed the
quiet of the Territory is abwari. No stabilised
mind will come to such a conclusion. It le not,
however, toy purpose to go into s history of
Kjiases asks, orgive my views at length as to
,the policy of the eaministration at this time; but
1 eau assure Mr. Wilmot that the only imprao.
Mashie politician" I met in the loriaary were of
hie own school—the leaders of the Topeka ree
WAD°. They seem deteradned to nail or ruin.
It was no uncommon . thing to Utz tis,em
that if the commotion, to turret in Otis womb,
should adopt the Topeka emistitatidlie word foe
word, they who node *origisolly • would reject
it m the polls. Bot(r hope and believe Us*
through the agate" el the pneescable end peer.
Mode executive of the Territery, lit. Walker,
the Witter fends dividisf,-tbe people of tbst Ter
ritety will be happily settled, sea Emma be
brought into the Union 0o print effort
oonsitstent with the organic sot. u this
Governor Vs alker will be sustained by the great e.
main of the people, whom I found to be
rate, practicable, and patriotic' in their views.--
For myaelf, I have believed that the spirit of
the eomprourisot of 1850, with the °trade '
of Sausto, cooteuiplated the decision of the ,
question tit slavery in the Territory he some
direct a other
ction of the peetle, prior to app
for admission as State; wise the question
will oome back to Congress In the aims shape in
which it was then referred to the people, peso.
auy expression of popular wilt.—
That espeessios should, sad hals no doubt
will, be had without any official iaterferesei
to what it should leci said wbe had, &Giffin
the trestion of shivery es the,people whit,
simatior *fol k whin to. dome wtas , thie pee
tit §ttiArti Itrittru
Sale of the Delon, and. welcome , Kure* u a
titan, skscery or co eiacery. v 1 441 nos
vole to admit her on the Topeka oonatitation,
because the movement wee OM of iho people but
of • pee% yes not kr authority of law but in
violation of In t, and .therefore recehnniney,—
Nor em I at ail inclined to isdnip the rebel
lions spirit-fa tbme in tin TuriWO irbbt nun
determined to set the laws at deluge. 111 they
will not set one in their own ways and' Ittuenr--
bestows a Shove knits by shipio*eg Om who
do act, the responsibility must rani upon them
Bat I hose been; wandering from' my tiopt,
psi Beginning the republican eudidate. for
Z . ;
arbor. I wish to mob one more extrent:
hie speech, and then I shall have d0ne.1.1441,
op, of his best geese, and reads asfolkning- -
"With reopen to the labor question, '
hied by the democracy that wo have no ',apa
thy for free *the labor; that all one teach -are
sithausted ow the black man. Non I have. gin
chivalry_ of the Smith to the noble Aloe of kick-
icg wryer. God has laid a heavy hand on
them. The ohleah7 ; way. ha se all the glorr of
horse-telipping women anctselling their babies.
Democracy may trample their rights under foot,
if they please, but I tell you that the interests
of all humanity aro one. God has si'ordered it,
that no man can do deliberate and llamado
wrong to other men; no man can be a tyrant or
a despot without staining his own soul; and with
out becoming a beast and a demon."
H o w idle, if sot unmanly it is for a man who
uses lasof this character,
entirely= r ad the reach of e2
addressed, to become indign ants i l li aos ikele vo i Lo ie
the democratic pres s as "debased,,, ~,enal,
slave power ,"
a "wild, impracticable'
the u e itent ri ld a er a aSt i a lll: l h V t ‘ h i ‘b s aa . te s t d i e l .irem i hie ng emi p la i rtst: d
s o h a ti e y t e c Pm s Doe his t e ss ti n W o s t insi ll th a o t su e w i p se o l l ee s e
not "wild theoristn"
re a t t ro n eii x t el y gres ie ts t a be
tet.evulds of the
tis in s , p w pl i i t e h d o:ut an F i l e l rr p in ie bguchg after
s t r e ao m uf b ess e de'
isg. y e
that they have no right to interfere f waft,
malt evils in the States , and ackno wledging cr i .
binding effects of a de fi nition of the the
which shows that they cannot ccalititatiea
Territories? „Is it not abol it ioni sm bereached in
the institution of negro slaveryas to
it should not be tolerated in any ' II::: °dial
try-115 iliTObring that measur eof etr y ilieed ' cella'
oppression, that no man can p raa ti e t o i r t et e i r i t h ow eed
staining his own sold," without oberoci ta o' a 1 i ,„. a .,
and a demon?" Is it neit'aile a is g% - gu i smi - --
thus to inflame the passions and pre j udices efr---
the people of one section of our y sos i not of
the institutions of another to
not l;i con clude that
so ht o t ri ti anigrat y reep ious itio bow n of trehetritigsimhdtaseint
of party? Mr. Wilmot m en rve , d '. ° ends
Supreme Court, will protect b
such offensive language as the i
use of such but aspersion can in ° ri c o a w e a i y ee ftn .u" p7o b e o e sf
n c . o s u gi n o t s r d y, to its s i s o n sti h tu s;
f.s t i i ii o e sl os ge h or , efe w i l te s w e e h r us its i ro s i m r itj a L cs •
iscit ea cf n t d b o e
feelings f to
pn de alb
l i e
men, har s h l yhnu
r wt l i
h t t a b es h t should cha racter
l e e ry d d t
il o a i t n i j i ) ea s not tie ma t
rank w hat his
e nd abon s bad
n rs of
t pri alls oci far ples be o i r s se w specimen o ss ogle s
i ;eft logic
f ( l i d e :. o
common-place anti slavery rant, as
method, sod useful suggestion, ' as wanting
the fariaticit uric'." ..._ 44 /1.., in thtoedina.
way or other, at no distant day, throug h their
agency, the institution is to be uprooted every
where. It was by such means in the last presn ,
andel election that they gained over to Fremont,
Garrison, Parker, Beeoner, and all that' school
fanatics. Utisble to 'devise a practicable
scheme to improve the condition of the black
man, they persist in the work of agitation as
their most fruitful means of political power.—
They know that they could do but little to i m ,
prove the condition of the black man, though
the whole subject was under their unrestrained
control. Suppose all legal difficultiea to be r e.
moved, and the
on placed within their
by amencipation on the pert of the South, con
ditioned that the negroes be properly oared for,
what then? To what (mutiny could they remove
the slaves to that they might escape the dreaded
"kicks," and be where none would "horseratip,the
mows and sell their babiee How could they
be clothed and fed, and how elevated in the -
scale of moral being! Wenld they be brought
N o rth to compete with our present laboring pop
elation? lam sure the free States would never
hear to that. But suppose they should, would .
that insure an improtreutut in the physical and
mental condition of the slave? Wish hat sew
political and see.ial dignities would t w he bleak
man be clothed, so that they might live easter ,
and happier, and attain to a higher degree Of -
eivilisatioa and Christianity? Wbo will stand
up f or equality for them in the North? Let us
have these oneatiotur answered, and bare a prstr•
tisehmlas foe the elevation of the negro, or
less of Vie agitation. The continuance of them
oriminations kpetwen the North and South may
wily disturb the peace of thirty millions of .
white people, but in no way eau it relieve whet. /
ever of hardship there may be in the conditiou
of the three or four millions of slaves DOW in OUP
country. Nor is it lust or patriotic to allege
national sin against our country because of the
condition of the African, when the authors of •
such asperaloss memos point to the spot enema •
or name the period in history in which the mew
dition of the curly haired negro was better than
atpresent in the United States---when sad •
where be erojefer greater physical comforts, or
attained a big de g ree of mental cultivation,
or e gibrieed letter ideas of Christianity. Efle
own country is' "owe of slaves and masters," and
theantestalo ofthose we have were , slaver of the
lowest elms when taken from their own country.
To restore those now is the United 8 ter to
that original condition, were such a • thin peak'
tile, would be an outrage upon human trlited
civilisation. If, thee . the condition , 'of'-'llle •
black man has her reaßy improved by tire! 'Ms, •
lowest estate Mang us, wherein ocoodsti d tlte
patio:Pal sin that' so eotortantly beset the DOE
science' of these political doetort?
Tam New Commission= otan'tssita.—The
Lordsvilla COurier says of the, new Cooteofeeimser
A'Nnituerion.—lt is 014 COL Thomas It.
Holt, but Joss Tit Solt, Esq., of Kentucky, who
has been appointed Comniumioner of Patent/.--
Joieph Boit is a Kentuckian, and jemmy
practiced law in this State sad MiasiittiPPis rottg
io4 after amassing largefortona iq a few years.
He is a man of genius, rant lotelleotual gifts,
and one of the ablest and moat eloquent in the
=dm We are potilkod thastkOos keen pet
goaded to moot a plow üblot.iiio taro qualifica
VOW& weer injure oar .ore aarfaitars
std tl waew we attack those of 00140.