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Biddeford Union and Eastern Journal (Newspaper) - August 24, 1855, Biddeford, MaineOthe Union and Eastern journal. Friday August 24, 1855 the Union and a a pm bid Delfoni Friday to ruins a a 1sh, Republican nomination. Foft governor Anson p. Morrill or a Rayneld. R o it Iii Toni. First do strict. Alexander Dennett of York John n. Goodwin of s. Berwick John f. Scamman of Saco. Been purchased by Auy particular set of whose name is not Shaw or Mcintire should men the Story is perfectly ridiculous. Up beat least eligible to office on examining the books we find that the a a s female operatives in the Mills who Purchase j judge Wells a Nebraska Man. Forf tilt. Alcohol generally a pint at a time rarely i a 1 More than that for bathing purposes Are a a Esq. Lolanda of Saco in the Augusta the most numerous purchasers and so far convention that nominated judge Wells Osas the purchases of others Are concerned a candidate for governor in defining Tho i they Are made indiscriminately by our Citi a a nominee so position on the Nebraska i Zens. The names of men who Aro oppose question said de to the Maine Law appear As olten on the a a a.ntb.rasfi.,."� and a a lul1 believer books As do those of its friends and we no a re a a min acquaintance with tired that some of the warmest members of our nominee and i now that he views the the Biddeford association and occasional t matter As j do. I know that with me he spoilers there bad got the Quot Medicine a for ? by Ory and pro no ply a of by a a sick democrats a As often and a Little More so than their friends a a be we have stated these facts in order to Slop some of the Idle rumours and misrepresentations which originating in Nebraska Bill or. Leland sword ordinarily not the Best in the world when political subjects Are a Issue has recently been made Good by judge Wells himself. At a Hunker meeting held in Bath on saturday at which Roa cock or actor nov increase s. Kimball of Sanford Roa clerk or Nucara Charles e. Weld of Buxton. Roa of Catt Ciummu Sionko Joseph Frost of Elliot. Roa cock to Isaac p. Skaton of s. Berwick. The last Boohoo meeting. Hon. E. W. Farley the individual who wished and made a proposition in 1853, for fusion Between Hunker whigs and Bunker Locos on the basis of elect aug John w. Dana to the Unildo Stales Senate and or. Crosby governor and who the came year used his utmost exertions to defeat w. P. Fessenden addressed the a a Boohoo a of the Biddeford association last wednesday evening. Other engagements prevented us from being present but our reporter says that a a Boohoo talking was As usual in the ascendant Only a a More Wilder was always great on the Boohoo question. He has saved the Union Down in new Castle every month in the year and always had a plenty of a a old Cognac a to help him. We know a Wilder out Aud out. Rum and slavery were always the gods he worshipped when he made a show of belonging to Tho whig party we mean when he obtained whig nominations for office and then called on John Babson a co., of gun House j partisan real in the first Placo have increase the j than tw0 he of a heed As they have passed irom Mouth to who has been trying to ignore the Mouth until at last they cause even Well que Tion of Nebr kit a pro to ded in the minded men to Call for the facts. The rum two us Ong of he convention that nominated men Are striving desperately to make a lit a Cama out and went the whole figure tie capital out of the manner in which the theory and principles of the Nebraska Agency is conducted but their stories speaking substantially As follows a when probed really amount to c mjg no a he Bah Tribune the facts we abundantly prove. Touching the Kansas and Nebraska. A a a question he would have the North and q7�?o three Lull columns of the Democrat vegt let the South alone. Should they this week is devoted to a slanderous account unite against the South disunion must of of Tho Republican convention held Here a ��ur8� flow the South should be let. Alone they Only wanted their hair their August 13. Almost every Convoc in affair that a a. Cel Vable lie and misrepresentation is worked by what has the South Ever done to us 1 into the article and spewed out by the what 1 nothing absolutely nothing weal writer who has been allowed the use of the by not a be always been imposing unon. I her and aced the Pait of complainant while editorial columns to abuse Ami malign the Gbo Bai Mere a acted As defendant niacin convention. We shall not occupy space in a Taining her rights pointing out his misrepresentations. He Quot he remarked there is the poor South k.,i l. I a i numbered with 3,300,000 slaves and we at squirms Well but not so bad As no Anu is i \ a a. 7a a. ,. The North receiving All the profit of their friends before the canvass is Over. If Abor it. With the South separate from you lying deception and Gross personal abuse a the grass would grow Green in your streets would insure the Triumph of Tho friends of your ships would lie letting at your wharves rum and sly would met certain-1w�??o so 10 ,0l�?� of a a. A. _ ,. Carry their Cotton and famine and pinching by achieve a Brilliant Victory. But the peo-1 Verty would usurp the place of plenty pit know with whom they Are dealing and luxury and would we Abuso the efforts of these slanderers do but recoil these self Marty ring philanthropists of the upon themselves. There was a Large num �?�0d,h?,&Quot p depriving them of a. Their inherent rights to govern and control Ber of Tho most intelligent and candid men Qiea a own Phe whole ground As much of York county at the convention and they right had the nor n to Sond men to Kansas. Know All the facts respecting it. In its a they have the South to come and col. N i r Onize our state. Should Thoy attempt that doings the friends of rum slavery and i thou do andr expel Hom. A Popery see a a the hand writing upon the that a what is being Dono by the Southern Wall a and Thoy act with a desperation Wor-1 ers in Kansas f Why trouble ourselves. Thy of the masters they Servo. The great Abdul he furtive slave Law ? we Are memory and other Hunker democrats to Burden of he Ona Cie a to How has far removed rom Tho sphere of us opera put him through. Last year he we a a sort he a Nom Nal on made were brought about i t Al a a Well i Al. In Kan a Loil e of a candidate for co grew and the people by concert i h the a Amer can _ Lulline t thl Owr a p run him under this year to is an by bless the foolish writer who Speaks i a was olo seed to in in re a i Initia Iii. Territory a Ucli was onco secured to 1 Alliance to he said in his speech to do a a a it Ltd a a a a f,,.r.o us a aug h. Power to in. Mulo us Una to in Tiv my Utu a olth7 term a a a ,l10 0lj by of i Union a lands Hanni non it a King of h�5nc Piea by we general of the who Portland advertiser thus comments stands about As Good a Chance of being. H been Tolline a. The. R. No. ,. Real Edi or. A his Democrat has been telling up this Lunke ism of judge Wells. A j the Public every week for month that the can it be possible that judge Wells gave n. Party and the Republican is identical vent to such consummate Toad ism As this alliances Between such men As Farley u co. And Levenseller of Lincoln and like alliances in other counties will open the eyes of honest men and they will see Tho work which these leaders have Laid out and turn away from its performance with disgust and contempt. So gentlemen on. Band together you Hunker leaders for rum and slavery and let the people unite for Temperance and Freedom and when the Day of trial comes the people will Triumph. It cannot be otherwise. Atr0ci0us_slanders. The editor of the Democrat in an article upon the nominees of the Republican party in this county thus atrociously slanders them seven names Are to be borne on Tho county ticket at the next election and Tho following sketch of the fusion nominees for Tho places will to appreciated by those personally acquainted with them two of them Are renegades from the democratic party one an unsuccessful applicant for Placo under the present National administration in morals and Temperance As Good As the average of those whom the democratic party has supported for office As it did them As Long As it thought they deserved but in respect to these Virtues they Are no better than the democratic nominees they now oppose. Their old party never asked them to stand in such bad company As they Aro in now upon Tho fusion ticket. Another of them is known to be an habitual Drinker and at times to excess of intoxicating liquors and is withal not tree from Well founded charges of gambling. Another of them is either an habitual or occasional Drinker of liquor and that too to stupidity and has withal Beon guilty of doing that which Overy virtuous family regards As the deepest disgrace and wrong which can he inflicted upon it in the person of one of its members. Another of them is charged with drinking much More than the most Liberal Maine Law liquor agent would think was required for medicinal purposes but his position As in officer in a Christian Church leads us to Hope it is not True. We shall at once investigate the charge and inform out readers of the result. Another is of that class called Small lawyers kind of leeches on the body Public which of Lon thrive Oliero More honorable Pra Cliones would starved has stood so High in two parties at Tho same time As to take a prominent part in two conventions on two successive Days each of which nominated a county ticket. At present we suppose he belong to three parties one of Virnich meets in secret and cheats the others. He has olten been severely lectured by the judges in open court for his want of truthfulness. Another of Thorn and the last of the seven is a respectable gentleman of Tho old free soil party and has probably received the Mark of the boast or to would have been rejected As others of his party have been. The above Aro facts and Aro worthy of consideration by Tho honest electors of York county. To copy the above to show the Deap Cra action of the friends of rum and slavery. Ting up to the Moon on a bean pole or As the Man did of drawing a prize m Small a Cali j a a one ind Fia Ibie a and of lit i0 read every sentence Over by itself and see co lottery speaker Sewall in 1853, used i i Lenni. If even Mcdonald Ever Bent so Low in sub Al on 01 no h�1118 or rum Anu Silver. To give a very vivid description of the dither r a a t. A a Prience to Tho slave Power. He would the editor of the Democrat makes these once Between a Hunker whig and a Hunker l w r 1 South let alone to extend slavery cowardly charges by the wholesale. He Loco the latter he was a Vorva Nuiet a a no a Quot a a Quot of this convention make and unmake compromises for that no name pc Doeg no Roake a if. Loco. J tie latter he san was a very quiet Are Likely to be such Cesnul and this is an purpose and do whatever Sho pleases and i pm. In and velvety sort of an animal with sleek i f he a of Aniot. The North must submit the poor South 1 a cd a Are a pronounce them false fair and Sweet countenance whose Foo Taten Prospect to Tho writer of the. Article is Labouring wholly for our benefits and Why general and false in particular. The men when he was travelling were never heard a can a Nell a a eel no a bul we know of should we thwart her a and in she expels whom to slanders and against whom he while the former was a a Rouh hair sort at a Quot a a a Balm let fade him it the pc a t pm a Quot ran a it Law Kansas hf0wg que Hege Gian Doroug �nl�mali0�?, arc while the former was a rough hairy sort of j f y count it. Have got tired of old 8b� 18 doing it for Tho Sake of our ship and.0.,�,., he. Tak Bou b. M Ood a a cd Nib a a a by a am a h. A a a Quot a a a a. A Quot it a Quot a it a a a quoth a even ways for a Sondee and when he i. In i a be went through the crackling. This made his appearance regularly when the senatorial question was i re Quot in let Quot a Quai win Ine we Are really unwilling to believe that operation up to defeat the election of or. Fes Enden a Fkd we a a hmm tto nov of we a cry by thu ,0 backs no by nil it Annelic tinn m cd inv or Ihu Wren a a May a an a Bra a la not Quot who Quot a Unwor by and a Ramg Are they. Wuy a and c0ward,y innu0i.a0,the Char a it application to r Adleor the be scrap. A. � _ and he we cannot do Tho Bath Tribune Tho Injus-1f, 1. A a a Tion of Tho latter animal to him was readily .7 \ Tico of attributing any misrepresentation to aplers of upright and reputable men perceived. We understand that Wilder said p major Quot a a it report. If however it is not substantial a a a a by Correct we Trust to shall hear precisely Tii Ose cheers. Every rum and slavery Quot a at Tho judge did say on this topic Llie a Tor of the state of Maine has thrown off people want to know if a candidate for gov. To did not renounce any of his whig principles and we think he Doe not a he Hamo we a Lur a but under Tood them. I idea of whig Gery Prem to the Stato Are 8tu�? a Ros �8 a a a of Maine at this Lime has uttered anything to mask of a it Quot a 8s�ry and come oat .1 a i 1 ii i. Ii 1. J. A 1__ of. Bern to. Ing ins accustomed vocation. Let him a a remarkably lie will make Republican voters. Chicken he Rcd a. Have 00 for Samuel j Anderson Iso addressed the Roth Quot or Tho knaves a Bra acc la a a Quot he Urr association and went it Strong. He is Tocu on a a not afraid that our Chor ing to have the liquor Law repealed at any actor for by a a a nil a will suffer in Tho Costima rate. He done to mean that it shall Beso Dif l on bone8t a in in cons Quinco of any ficut to obtain rum no not he and of thing which the instigators and apologists for terrible a a if the legislature done to do it a so he says Quot the people of the state will to maintain. They Garrison our forts Man our vessels and fill our offices at Liotino and abroad our country is not Safe and will not to respected or represented As a nation of free Independent and intelligent people. Secondly. That we stand firm As a surge beaten Rock in opposition to Tho overwhelming Tido of foreign and pauper immigration which is rolling in from Tho old world which Lias increased our taxes decreased Tho Prico of labor brought misery and suffering into Over crowded cities filled to overflowing our poor houses and caused us to multiply them throughout Tho length and breadth of our land to oppose the systematic introduction of criminals from the prisons of old world thirdly. We oppose Tho naturalization of foreigners and their equalization with our own citizens before they Havo been Twenty one years on our soil and have proved themselves Loyal to our Flag obedient to our Laws and Hare become acquainted with the nature and intent of our institutions. Because Nover having been free they do not properly understand Tho value and uses of fico Down and Are calculated rather to abuse than properly to use Liberty. It Causo they Havo been willing and subservient slaves to despots at Home and never Havo dared in imitation of our fathers to resist tyranny and turn upon their oppressors. Because if they no Good men appreciating our hospitality Thoy will rather learn of us than assume themselves to to teachers and rulers. Because is a general thing they will not become americanized but wish hero to retain their own prejudices customs language &c., forming cliques antagonistic to our Laws customs and habits. Beca Uso they oppose Tho system of education which has enlightened our land fostered religion advanced Art and science and Mado us stand As a whole people intellectually in Advance of All other nations fourthly we oppose with our whole hearts and nil Tho strength which god gives us Tho insidious Aims of the Church of Romo to obtain political and sectarian Power in this to Public. Because it Lias cursed and blighted All countries a hero it a succeeded in becoming connect cd with the Boca Uso it is Tho condensation of All intolerance acc oust its head assumes supremacy Over All nations because its archbishop the mask Orr. John a. L Oor Tho Ed-1 Bishops and priests in this and other countries Are sworn to oppose subvert and do All Thoy can to destroy All governments he Radical who do not acknowledge Tho Pope of their supreme ruler and gods representative on Earth. Acc also if a Rou Dorer or a thief criminal of any Grade confesses his crime them Thoy do not deliver him up to jus let this matter to cleared up. Bue Vwe Are lot carrying out our principles Itice by for pm a nb80t0 in of crime by As far As practicable. Each Man and each themselves by to concealment Access Ivr nine for in m the crime and in courage him by so acc also they rent Nunn eries where inside of Iron doors and grated windows helpless and innocent girls and women who have committed no crime Are detained As prisoners where there Aro secrets and mysteries which they dare not reveal to Tho outer world where there no nauseous dungeons and nameless Graves because Thoy will not permit their people to become educated with ours exercise Over them unlawful restraint deprive them of Tho Dice to will restrain you in certain Powers which Yoo know not How to us wll then is Thero Good in to principle t of thin party ? a detestation of tyranny in Ever shape. A respect for part obligations and compromises a of the advice of that extra. There has been printed at our office a Sheet containing a synopsis of the principles and Aims of the american party As understood by e. Z. C. Tho publication of the Sheet in question at our usual rates of Job that Washington who bade us beware of printing has been seized upon by the supple a a foreign in Fuente the most baneful foe to a meet editor of the Democrat for Tho purpose Kef a ment a a a who so distrusted r a i i. A a i Vav the Faith of foreigners that in the hour of of making a Little capital out of who fact of danger he Bode his officers u put none but its having been printed in our office. The americans on guard a a respect for re Sheet is headed is stated by the Democrat a upon ten a Bart the to 7 Bible. Tho advancement of science and the culture of the human intellect. Tho aim to do the great it does not purport to be on extra Quot Union and Eastern journal a and the name of the Authur is Given at length. Not a single copy of it has been sent from our office to our subscribers though we should have gladly sent them All a copy would we have afforded the expense. To printed the document for its author and to take this occasion to say to Hare read it carefully and there is nothing in it which we should object to sending broadest Over Tho land. It is vigorous in style Manly in thought irom All Slang and in the main sound in principle. The foreign heart of Tho editor of Tho Democrat May find fault with it but All americans will cordially approve of Tho sentiments it contains. We extract from it to following and commend it to the attention of All who do not wish to see foreign influences Preponderate in our country. What Are the principles of this american part ? first and Foremost that americans est number and not to elevate the few by the debasement of the Many. The determination to Advance rather than retard the cause of Liberty. The intent to preserve the Lier Tuge Given to us by our fat Ere to ourselves and our children and not to sell or give our Birthright to the reformation of Public abuses. The lessening of taxation. The encouragement of Homo products and Homo labor. The displacement of knaves from official Power and Tho Elevation of honest men nod patriots instead. Legislation in Kansas draconian decrees re pectin anti Slavett. Among the most Remai Pablo acts of Tho legislature of Kansas which is still in session is Ono to punish of lenses against slave property. By this death i prescribed As the penalty or All Active interference in reference to slavery but Tho following two sections strike in so daring a manner at Tho Freedom of opinion and the Liberty of speech and of the press that we think it our duty by birth right by in in Toront Loro for their native land by their knowl Cego of their con St tuition and Tho institutions of their coun Ltd Ace to born in upon ro�0id, for the try by Tho sacred memory of their fathers execration of Tho country arc entitled to Rulo and Are capable of ruling Quot if any person print write introduce into in their own land that Thoy arc determined publish or circulate or cause to be brought to do so. That they and they alone shall into printed written published or circular sustain Tho Honor of our Flag the Latch or shall knowingly Aid or insist in no Able to maintain it at Home. That until bringing into printing publishing or Cir a Quot Yinru a curating within this territory any Book paper &c., containing statement doctrines &c., calculated to produce a disaffection among tire slaves of this territory a he shall be punished by imprisonment at hard labor for not less than five years. If any person by speaking or writing assert or maintain that persons have not the the right to hold slave in the territory or shall introduce into Kansas print publish write circulate or canuso to to introduced into the territory written printed published or circulated in Lii territory any Book paper Magazine pamphlet or circular containing any denial of the right of persons to hold slave in this territory such person shall be deemed guilty of felony and punished by imprisonment at haul labor for a term not less than two this i nothing Inore nor less than making a difference of opinion upon a constitutional question a Penitentiary offence. It is right to stale that on finally passing the act Tho House came to a resolve that it should not be traveller. And Yot judge Wells agrees in principle doubtless with All of this. And if Tho net could Havo been kept out of print lie might Liao seen no objection to the Quot the Kansas missourians Are Only doing what he would do in their place and Thor Eforo to must say nothing against it when will the reign of slave violence cease to draw after it Tho reign of Northern fully 1 letter from Hon. Kenneth Xnyder. How James Campbell of Pennsylvania a leading Catholic came to compose one of president Pierce s Cabinet. No Little astonishment was created at the Limo at the appointment of James Campbell of Pennsylvania to place in the cab Mot at Washington by president the following letter from Hon. Kenneth Rayner of North car Flint explains the whole matter and reveal the fact that a corrupt bargain was entered into Between Pierce and the Pope at Rome that he was to have the Catholic vote of this country provided to should give the Catholic Church a seat in his Cabinet in the person of whomever his Pouti Loial highness should nominate. It seems by this letter that or. Bar Renger our minister to Spain was distinctly informed at Madrid that or. Campbell a appointed Long before any notice of the construction of the Cabinet was known in this country. Let americans read and judge if attempts to court exact dangers from foreign influence in this country have been made any too soon. Pope Dom and slavery Dom Havo fastened their poisonous fangs upon our free american institutions and nothing but a United and determined Effort can save them from them utter destruction. A american Sentinel. Raleigh n. Thursday july 19, 1855. My dear sir i have received yours of the 16th �nut., in which you refer to the denial by the Union newspaper of the truth of Tho statement first spoken of by me in my speech no Washington. Afterwards by Vou in your oration of the fourth of Hon. Daniel m. Barringer our Lato minister to Spain. Or. Barringer first mentioned this matter proved agreeable to English society of u classes Sod Whan he visited Ireland he a i All As literally ovary harmed by attentions. It is understood that while in that kingdom lie made copious and important Notee of the condition of the country which were duly transmitted to wish ii ton but have never been printed by the government. He proved himself quite equal to the honest de Able discharge of the duties of i Listii place and Lully sustained the Bui ctr which ids immediate predecessors bad us cured for Tho american Atlas 20th inst a the attention of our readers and especially those of them who have heard of the cry which the slavery and rum Hunters Art making about Bills for the Grants of lands to academies which failed to find a passage last Winter is called to the appended article. The poor souls Are afraid that Bills Bioh were Defeated last Winter will to passed the next. The article is from the Kennebec journal. Academy Grants land plundering. Ever since the adjournment of the last regi Slature the rum and Nebraska papers Liao kept up such a howl it can be called nothing else about a land plundering and a a appropriations to sectarian institutions a that we really fear msgr honest people Havo been cheated into a belief in some of their charges and they begin to indulge apprehensions that another Republican legislature will strip the state of every Aero of land it possesses. In reply to til och rail representations of in unscrupulous press it ought to tie and is sufficient to say that the last legislature did not a to me last Winter in Raleigh and i have prop Riate a single acre of pub since taken occasion to allude to it several Lic land for any purpose what Lime in delivering popular Ever. About four Weka since on my return from it is True Bills were introduced both in Philadelphia i met or. Barringer in Balti-1 Senate and House Wloch if passed would More and in the course of conversation 1 have Given to certain deserving literary in with him i mentioned the fact that i had j Sti Tutins a specified amount of land. Hut taken occasion to speak publicly of what the Bill was not passed. Tho legislature he had said to to about Tho Pope Nuncio after a full discussion of the whole subject at Madrid having stated to me before he and a careful investigation into Tho Gondi or. A had heard and before the news Tion of Tho state Treasury determined that of the same Hod reached Madrid of the it a not a proper time to make the Grant Pali nut in Iril of. J ill a formation of or. Pierce Cabinet to wit that or. Campbell of Pennsylvania a member of the roman Catholic Church was to be one of Picece s Cabinet. This in a i had received the statement from or. B. In the first instance and in was thus that 1 had spoken of it i asked or. Asked for and consequently they refused to unction the Bills. Now it will be re Mem tiered that the republicans had a very urge majority in the legislature and that they were perfectly Able As a party to carry any measure they chose to favor. A they did not chose to vote away a single acre of Tho in if i had represented him correctly Fer states Domain How a Cir a and Falso is that i should probably speak of it again and i wished to be sure that i might give the statement correctly. Or. B. Replied that i had slated the matter correctly and then went on to relate Tho occasion and incidents of this remark to him by the Pope Nuncio. A few Day since i received a letter from or. Barringer dated Quot Niagara Falls july 6, 1855,�?� in which alluding to the fact that he had lately seen published a Syu Psi of my speech in Washington in which i was reported As having Mentor tied the matter in terms somewhat variant from those in which he stated it to me. And then he or. A goes on to reiterate what to had twice before stated to me. I now will quote to you verbatim the language used by him in in extract from this letter just received to wit Quot before i had any authentic and certain new of Tho formation of Tho Cabinet and the Churgo of Quot land plundering a which the Ono edition prese continue to Bellow Forth. But if All the Bills which were introduced had been passed Thero should be no complaint made by those who Are now to loud in their reproaches. If the Republican legislature of 1855, had seen fit to give a portion of state s land to worthy and deserving academics they would have done no More than was contemplated by the Constitution of Maine and no More than has Beon done by to democracy at various times while that party had Tho undisputed control of the state. Not to any farther Lack than to the years �?t48, 49, 50, and 52, years in which they democratic party had an unquestioned majority to both branches we find by reference to Tho legislative proceedings of those years that Tho following Grants were Mado to academies. In 1848. A a a a _ a a Community must necessarily determine for a Quot a a a crime Nna a scour Strait we Luggery scouted by Ltd Lead a Leif its Courso in reference to the coming doing to commit Moro Como or it j state election. We Art not to be deterred a a i from voting for any Good men who trill car just As we Havo All along Prudi Tod Toque 0uf Vine a legislature of Maine leaders of the Strait whigs Farley poor amp my try of Nebraska or Uny foreign Issue co., those who have been most blatant about fusion declaring they would Nover give up their whig Gery have at last come Toan in be in for righting things at Homo and allowing those Moro Remote to wait their turn. It i quite apparent that in some portion of Tho state Tho whigs will unite in supporting anti Monino Law democrats for the Logu nature without in a a a so is a a set �?tt"8/ via Mui Waring Thero is tto los institutions and control their my the who Wpm Tate of. Thaw a no politically As Well is spiritually fusion except on a so or user for j. A particular purpose with no intention of history proves them to ire Dan Crous foes to human and religious Liberty riots can say of us. If there is a poor creature on Earth it is the mean specimen of a not leave one Stone upon another of that Man who it no a at no Hie fellow men to atone building at he goes in for of violence a did both Tho editors of demanding with the the knife and Tomahawk that Sam does. Lha Arsu Ami lbs Stato of Maine Luriea Are forming alliances Alliance a with Tho to paid i respect to a. So to Are told i a we 10 Hod the pm a a acc rata rum and slavery Lincoln coun and we done to find any difficulty in standing big re lbs a bedding they themselves l to the two wings of Tho rum and slavery party Abne from such quarters. We Are treed occasioned. Rid next to these moral lepers Are held conventions the same Day in Wincas to denunciations irom rum Arial crate of Al the �p�0?1 of riots and Worder like the sett and through committee of Confer i the editor of the Democrat and other Odi ence an Tho Hall was decently filled and As us ton of Tho democratic papers in Tho Stato. Strike Tor # g.,. A a goodly number of Quot she Boganam was who copy the vile stuff printed by the inst on of a senatorial and county ticket com surrendering Auy 1 Fernly Relf Oving that a buy Irens a present perhaps one half or gators of riots and thus become Accas Soiree posed of equal proportions from Tho rum such Are Tho uses to which John a. Poor Pas nos fado a Quot raping upon Tho platform either acting As vice in Tbs of promoting civil disorder. A and Hunker whigs and the rum and Hunker designs to put Strait whig them to vote Ullom in h Are to Burcl us it a a a Aro in favor of Lesidante or As specimens of the party we did Call for cheers for the Portland i democrats. Cochran a the same Cochran a for anti Maine Law democrats for the of protecting and cherishing the Industry of wore Job Berry no York. At the of Aljier. Won Collert out to oho Merle Yueh a Irujo a a the Reed eon., a Quot Thi. It the a Quot a a Quot a a 1"�? o.�?�,Herp ?�50 by Onciu a Quot Side table was the Irish editor of the dem suppress Tho most cowardly mob Ever see mention about our treachery a waa there which to semis out to tiran wm0s a i a a in Paui org to bring our citizens. If i a l. I a a a in Natl no Traci Nolino better from Roor. N expressed Rug to Usu Imucci a i Nuu i Erin Pinles Crous toes to ii Man Gnu religious i Ioeny a a alliances was perfected and a of the Sig Jerly. We unite to Earry our min of in Trike blood thirst Ness cunning Tho spoils Mado by the nominate Ono principle of Tho whig party without i Ani a11 a a a in do Rol Oral. A a these soldiers were called out to who made such a splurge in Tho Reed con. Of. A Tho most cowardly mob Ever see mention about our treachery a waa Thero j which to sends out to Strait whigs. Chapman did the introducing and Maine while others faltered they rallied and helped Engineer the Alliance we could expect nothing better from d�01 Vej his satisfaction that there were no around the civil authorities and aided them a Hon. E. W. Farley Tho great High priest last year he talked big swag Cre in ladle present. He probably understood the in suppressing the riot and As we Lovo peace of Lincoln Strait whig Gery with another character of the speaking that the audience might expect. Our City Agency. George h. Adams Esq., so we learn made a sort bid Delfoni association foamed against Tho Slavo Power when the and Bate disorder to to were willing to tee Strait whig was put on the senatorial tick whig convention was held did not get testify our approval of the conduct of these it with Hon. Manessah Smith and another nominated for Congress h itself and Vole Goldiere by calling for cheers for them and Hunker Democrat and for county officers for u Elle and had Tho satisfaction of in ing these cheers were rousing ones. To have there was a division made Between rum himself one of a minority of three thousand. No sympathy with John Robbins and had whigs and rum democrats. Farley and Bis a i he pm or affair Wal be still worse this a. The editor of the Sute of Maine or Argus Lincoln supporters including his Man his mask is off. Of ,-po.l .1 the. Of in. A a in i. Isdr idol Mckitt wet for rum. ,otic.1 of association on saturday relative to incite a mob they would have been de by and practically and the Alliance is very were a ii prepared were to the operations of our City Agency for re aug of no sympathy from the Public. On natural. Quot men who think alike Aro going Ai red upon a once but kept Back till near the a be of intoxication liquors for Medici-1 their beads rests the responsibility of the together a and we Are glad that the kinks a aug Down. When they were Rea-1 in no uni Moh uial in pm. A out of 1m. Edh of Jota Rohmy i. Suu. Had ony amp my Ith in. M Hso a. A Pierce 1852 there were rum and slavery notions of Barley Loch. We drown red in he confusion Cusco by the a Day or two since being at the 1 0f such non a scripts to be found. A and men of hat i a who wore cries of a a questions a report some very Large stories have been made with respect to the amount of liquor a old and men of that ilk who wore cry a 0f�??� then it Pool we were told by a gentleman of our j Joe of them. John Jameson Esq., of Cor a a a in and a of he big w ju8� 88 of acquaintance a a that within seventy Daya of a nominated to the office of Sena be a to re re a rum and i aver it a to Ponder a Ani eds a in a name of human rights a a Ter the establishment of Tho Agency there by the Baker s dozen of Reed whigs a eds and to Aro i of Bat Bej bat0 hearing for the Maine Law. Or. Wiswell were 4780 package of liquor sold a a and who ambled in Saco last wednesday a it a a found Tbs in of a per place and the Aid to was not to be silenced by the Crie that the buyers were chiefly men who pro went through the farce of making company they like. K. A Farley and a Ilal on Slatte week we corrected the error of the state of Maine in ascribing this Call for the Maine Law to or. Wiswell still the paper we notice that there Aro similar Indicati-1 pm a a 8 in pealing Tho falsehood. It was i or. Faiwell of Rockland who called for fessed to be opposed to Rura drinking and nominations. Or. J. Was too Strait a whig Robn bab9�n a a a i Bouse memory have a to Tot. For on. Scott Ami Ohi it Skolik. A Pamm. And or. Who were a a she Bogans Quot Asho termed them and he said that these facts were is published by or. Adams report. To ascertain the facts we have examined carefully the books and Are prepared to state Fidelity to Weij Joy by Olin to. The it a. La of wow of of Iii a a ticket 0 to Aro informed. Coo t Dicot it. A Dering this we regard Bis nomination a eminently a a fit to b. Mad., Bot a to Otino a Uchio a n.ur1 the real truth in regard to the matter. The for a a that is altogether another question. Liquor Agency was opened May 3, and a. Horace Porter also the chairman of the at last doing something More than taking smile together a and banding themselves together to preserve their favorite beverage of the state of Maino declaring that or. Wiswell said that a a he would not be Silenc cd by the cries of a a question question a u a sheer fabrication. Is it possible for the editor of the state of Maino to toll the troth we ask again. 1 should not lovers of rum and haters of Fec Dom vote together in other parts of the careful examination of the books show that meeting a As so troubled with Strait whig la a araon8 by leaders of the Reed and in the space of ninety Days not seventy a or something else that he could not quote a i a or. A Franklin l county an Alli Dars there were less than four thousand t0, for Gen. Scott in 1832. If there Are and a onto Nln on 18 and o1 0, par8 Mies and that the whole amount received among these Strait whigs those who would of the state measures for similar meetings for Ike liquor sold for the Quarter was 8813. Not relish the idea of being entirely sold to Bat h�0. E 8 j a 45 being an average of Only about nine 1 a rum am Hunker democracy week the Law of social affinities at dollars a Day and thu. Too. In a City where them l0 Refl a upon a position to which Tbs rom Eads re of he meter a detachment of la population is near if not quite 8000, la. Lea Jerg of he ra0tement l0 place a to no a or than a no a. And occupation. Thro. What a pleasant Busiere it must or. Carried on which require the. Ure of my few who Ufa Cohol for mechanical Purpo admit log heretofore Toliner ,0 Kwh it it m Denagy the number of Salee to have been 4000, the la a county for years mein a a a a no Tail whole number of Gallons sold being Les Funk rt.lsn.,. We know that when election Day Cornea head and hair now in the Market no toilet than 600, of All kinds it would be but Pinito each individual purchaser within the 3 month a end As to this liquor having Down to a level with Thorn six they that we Aro bitterly and fervently opposed to Tho designing knaves who taking advantage of the ignorance of aliens admitted too easily to a participation in Tho rights of suffrage Havo used them through bribery corruption and their easily excited prejudices As tools for their own personal advancement utterly Regan loss of the Good of the country or the safety of our be Publio seventh and lastly that we do not a sumo to interfere with the constitutional rights of any state that to do not assume to inter fore with slavery where it exists but to sternly insist that the Missouri Compromise of 183 was sacred and was Only broken by faithlessness and treason that the Extension of slavery upon soil hitherto free is a Black and damning shame upon our Wisest statesmen. Such Clay Webster Bell Houston Benton Adams and others Good men and great who have grown Grey in their country s service or gone Down honoured and lamented to the Gruic. That though slavery is a heritage which cannot be at once and instantly cast off either with Justice to Iho unprepared slaves or to the master who is a unprepared for instant abolition of Thev that it is to institution to to ?1st because it contradicts that portion of our declaration of Independence which declares that a fall men Are born free and equal a a next because it gives other nations and people Good reason to Iveigh against us who the Maine Law Resolution and or. Wiswell calling ourselves free yet buy Sod sell men of Portland did not speak until a Long time and Roor Al Quot a la a a. Naves a no Oai after Tho resolve passed. The whole Story Foj Tho Man with a foreign liotart who control Tho Irish Sheet published in Saco charges us with complicity with or. Jud son in his lecturing in this state. Had we any Agency in Tho matter Moat certainly we a hold willingly avow it but in no particular Aro to entitled to any credit of this kind. Or. Judson lectures when and where he chooses and upon such subjects As suits him. Ii he can Desmond Low enough to take Tho pol Gist for rum slavery and papacy who controls the Democrat and castigate him As he deserves it is no Busi Ness of ours. We Havo had nothing what Over to do with or. Judson except that to have printed for pay some of his handbills and we repeat what we have before said a a that to know nothing of his Char we have read in Tho papal Sheet the accusations made against or. Judson but we Havo not been in the habit of look ing into them for truth and do nut consider their assertions As evidence nor shall to condemn any Man upon the lying word of the editors of these papers. Thu Man who sold himself for a few Hundred dollars Worth of government advertising As did the editor of Tho Democrat is not the Man upon Whoso testimony Tho viciousness of others can be established. In Are receiving daily such encouraging lot tors a Tho following received from Friend in Hancock county. Eden aug. 12, 1855. L 0. Cowan Esq.,�? Doar sir a How goes Tho Battle in old York ? the wild cat hero claim that they will elect Wells senators in Jour county and make Large gains on the popular vote from last your. I know that York is supposed to to sunk More deeply in Tho Slough of democracy and rum than any other county in Tho state but i Hopo not Euffie Cion try deep to elect wild cat Dienso write me what you think about York As we Feci anxious for your Success. Thing look Woll politically in Hancock. I think to shall Giro gov. Morrill As Large a majority As we did last year shall elect our senators by 2000 majority and i see no reason to doubt but what to shall elect All of the representatives. We Challenge any county to do hotter for to Republican cause than that. Yours truly. We cannot find Timo to reply to All such letters excepting through our paper. Ami in answer to All to wish to Stato that Tho skies Are Bright in old York. The people of York will speak for Freedom and Temperance to confidently believe in the result of the elect too. Eureka Eureka a Pierco a Rosetta hair tonic is pronounced by legions of from the destruction which most certainly those who have used and received Benefit awaits Al we speak of the leaders a for from it to be the Best compound for the tire Herrick Chadbourne Leland co.,. A in the ascendent and aiding in continuing round he pm a ply of Maine Neter t u f Quot the line of we would ask such if it is not about time that somebody Low men who Aro practically As Well As theoretically opposed to Temperance. These table should be without it try it. Large size bottles for 25 Cento see advertise meet found at never is or can to so productive of either profit or hip Pines As labor and now americans what is Thero intolerant or revolting in the principles of this Ely ? we do not say to the Catholic you l not follow your religion we say you Skull not drag your religion into Oor state and National politics we do not Sty to the foreigner you shall not live Here labor Here or refuse fair wages to him for labor to simply say that in this Republic you Small to Republican that Yon shall to a merits sized if you Como under oar Flag that if you become a member of oar family you shall submit to its rules that your evil Dren cannot become Good citizens without they Era educated and enlighten i. And that they ought to take advantage with ours of the educational avenues and benefits placed before them. That until you learn what Freedom is and cast aside your National Reju 07�?o a writer who signs himself a York county a in Tho Eastern Argus Speaks As follows Cowan in his paper of the 3d, undertakes to make the Public believe that his Friend Ned Bun line is stumping York county without Tho Sanction of the Morrill and know nothing party however that May be it is Well known that among the Moat Bromine no and conspicuous at the meetings of Bun line Are the sheriff of the county and Lonis 0. Cowan of the Biddeford Union. We do not know How the sheriff of the county May Hare made him a Elf at a a the meetings of Bun line a but so far is we Are concerned our amounts to having heard him Soma half so hour when he lectured to Central Hall and hearing him castigate the editor of the Democrat a few moments when he spoke in our streets. A York county a probably lies about Tbs sheriff As we know he does about to Lluhi flu ac�tl., i to Mon Ion a a to Rotor rat a a i to Eta Niino Ato i Lou. T-2 Tuvim tip it pm Ang. S a a 7 m m h 11 m m u h m m 1 in 1890. 12 Tov Thi ppr ii auf. It $400 in a onry 1-z of no help to cd Raj Fly a to Conui a to ii. Aii Muu a a to Dunn Rarell a to of our i a a to Ilam Piten. A a in 1851. No Grants wore Mado it waa the Short three week session in which no general business was transacted. In 1832. Tab anon Academy received still while it a a subject of conjecture at to n. Conch aei., pm a a six u the court of Madrid he Iho rope a Nuncio it Lincoln i until 2 turn Iii i a a a a told me that judge Campbell of inns Al a is to Vania was appointed and that he in a Catholic which was the first intimation i had Milhor of his appointment or his this is the statement a i had Given it when alluding to it in Publio although it to Parr imry aea., might have been slightly varied in news to a a la a Tum paper reports and Thi i think establishes. A charge Long a a Neo made and Boli oved by thousand that Thero was an understanding to Call in no worse name that the roman Catholic Vole should be Given to or. Fierce and that he in his turn should give to that Church a scat in his Cabinet As Wall As Many other High positions. You Are at Liberty to make any to you please of this letter in vindication of your 61000 m Money self again it the charges of falsehood in the who next year 1853, the a old democracy Union newspaper inasmuch As you based a. By Contro of Uio legislature the your statement on my authority. 1 h his and Temperance democrats obtain yours very truly Rayner. Ing and holding balance of now Mark Tho result. Since that tiny not death of Hontz Bbott Lawrence. Flj1? v0"i a Wuu pfc i away while during the last four years of to regret to to compelled to announce a my the demise of the Hon. Abbott Lawrence i j i a i a who expired after a Long and painful illness it four re Hundred dollars in Money were at his residence in dark Street in this City a cold 8,ten to academies which they now at a few minutes after 11 of clock on Hutu ?���8� a a Sec Tomo a and unworthy of Day Forenoon. Thi melancholy front Lias and up bbl Bounty or Patron. Thu is been for some Lime anticipated and the desperate straight to which our Oppon Public desire which has been continually 8r�driycn. Falsehood misrepresent manifested for or. Lawrence recovery la a and a Omny Are their Only weapons in fully demonstrated High estimation 8 use them a sparingly and without in which he was held by his fellow citizens in a a the modicum of discretion which on ii his death does not leave a gop in Tho com t characterizes rogue. They pub Mercial world Lono. There indeed Hie abet web their charges without taking integrity sagacity and Success made him a who precaution to Jools Back and they find Man of Mark but his systematic Rionero to and baby to he and f81.1 Lenco his princely benefactions to Tho cause by r allegations they Liao Only Criminate of science Iris Fidelity to Tho interests of the. Them solves. A Ennitt journal. State and of Tho nation won for him a rep a i sick democrats. We understand Char 1 officer Emerson who is an excellent hand in can is of sickness was called to attend to the wants of two sick democrats said to be members of the Biddeford association who had taken an Over dose of Hunker democratic Medicine on saturday or. Emerson found them perfectly prostrate on Mother Earth near the covered Bridge terrible sick so much so As to be insensible and he kindly took them to the City Hospital arid on monday to took them before his Honor judge Bourne who decreed they should be sent to Alfred to rusticated for thirty Doya and pay a Lino of ten dollars each fur their unfortunate use of to democratic Panacea. Some of their friends t. K. And Luther Bryant being of an opinion that it would be Well to postpone the journey to Alfred a Short Lim demur Ted to the decision of judge Bourne and recognized in the sum of two Hundred Dollar for their appear Anoo to court hereafter. Us. Q7� the Irish Democrat Saya know nothing gum inculcate deception and lying. Now or. Hanscom should not Jodge All by his a a lying Corrie Pondexta who were kicked out of the order for a deception and lying it a and who Are now lying Mer Abera of the Doco Tive rum and Hunker party that is trying to keep its Rotten carcass from a political grave by a a deception and station in other than Coia Mcmil he was not Tho least remarkable of a very remarkable family All but one of which Are now gathered to their fathers. What Large influences these men have exercised How much Massachusetts is ind Obod to Thorn for Hor signal Prosperity How Many of her great mercantile interests Wero created by their Energy it is not necessary for us to recount. They leave behind them Tho noblest of monuments two flourishing Cilious Ono of which bears their name and both of which sprang almost at once into miraculous Prosperity by to magic of their sagacity and forethought. Or. Abbott Lawrence was born in Groton mass., in december 1792. Ibs education was that of Tho common school in that Village and to whose wealth has since created Tho most excellent school of science in the country had in his own youth Nono of those advantages which Are now so liberally afforded to the Young. Lie came to Boston in 1808, and a a first engaged in connection with Bis Brothers in importations which were subsequently Given up for the important manufactories at Lowell. Or. Lawrence s Success in business is Well known and to Ionics behind him a great estate entirely to believe Tho result of his own prudence and ability. How he Man aged his immense a flairs is known to All the world. Moot unfortunately vent few men achieve a grand Success like Bis without some spots upon the ebs Rocter which no splendor of Fortuno can efface but or. Lawrence was As free As any Mao Ever was from the sordid vices of pecuniary proper Ity. He was not merely honest within the Lotter of the Law but open handed and Liberal with kind words of and Kinder acts of assistance for ail who needed them. Thero was not a Trace of avarice or greed in his nature if be acquired mat sums lie used them worthily and lived and moved among is a genial honorable Christian gentleman and merchant in Early life or. Lawrence was United in marriage with Katharine Bigelow eldest daughter of to Lato Timothy Bigelow Esq., and the Union proved eminently a Happy one. Mrs. Lawrence has been to the husband she is now called to mourn one of the Best of wives encouraging and cheering him in All the duties of life and carefully and conscientiously rearing a Large family. Her Good and Wise counsels Ever received from her husband their merited attention. In Publio life or. Lawrence occupied several important Poeu Looe. Newasa member of the Ilomae of representative a in the xxiv the and xxx eth dog resale and proved himself in All Mancial and commercial business one of the Ablest men of that body. In 1843 he was appointed one of the commissioners for the settlement of the North a Stern Boundary question. In 1849 be was appointed the minitor of the United states at the court of St. James. No american Diplomatist has Ever won in that noun try such warm and substantial popularity. Something in Bis character or manner How stands Waldo while the most cheering news Hare been reaching us from All parts of the state of the on coming triumphs of the Republican Cauto in the approaching election we have been ear Lully taking notes relating to the standing of parties in this country and we say now confidently to our friends abroad that Waldo is savr set her Down Lor one thousand majority for p. Morrill on the second monday of september the friends of Freedom and Temperance Are United to a Man on there great principles and will work till the Day of election Lor the Success of Tho Republican candidates. They Are bound to hold their own in every town in the country and in Many to make Large age. A pm diction. Anson p. Morrill will be elected governor of this Stoto by Tbs popular vote at the neat election obtaining a majority of Over Fiva to Sand. Another. In both branches of to legislature next Winter there will be a majority of republicans. Another. Tbs rum and slavery democracy in to county of York will be beaten on the tooth of september. Steamer Halifax. Cape. B. King is taking crowds Down to lbs Pool with his Steamer. Everybody u satisfied with the boat and its officers. Ujj Tats am oilman Haa removed Bis Slock to Tho Corner store in Tho mooring Block factory Island. See advertisement

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