We see it asserted that those opposed to Col. Hindman are endeavoring to prevent his constituents from attending his appointments. This is a silly blind to prejudice generous Democrats in favor of Hindman. We again say there is not the slightest truth in the change as far as this District is concerned.
FAYETTEVILLE Sept. 7, 1859 Col. W.L. Wilson Dear Sir – TC Hindman, in a letter to the State Rights Democrat of the 8th ult, says – “I acquiesced in the casting of three votes of Washington County for Judge Greenwood, although I had good reason to believe that I received more Democratic votes than were … Continue reading Letter to W.L. Wilson from editors
The Old ---- 100 Democrats Barbecue CLEAR CREEK Sept 12, 1859 “Be thou, O Tom, exalted high!” And the Sanhedrian of the County of Benton have passed an act to feast the Great High Priest of the Disorganizers. The pigs have got to be throat-cut, the chickens to be head-cut, and the loaves and fishes … Continue reading Letter from a Democrat
The questions propounded to Col. Hindman in our last issue are omitted by mistake. They will appear next week. We wish them thoroughly disseminated among the people and wish Col H’s answers as widely circulated. So come every one, old and young, ladies and gentlemen and hear Hon TC Hindman speak on Saturday the 1st … Continue reading Questions for Col. Hindman
In the Van Buren Press of the 7th inst. we notice a short article entitled Hon. T.C. Hindman. Unlike a great many brief compositions, it embodies a great deal, and demonstrates to a figure that the editors is great at Multum in parco. Much is left, (as in composition riddles) to speculation, and we shall … Continue reading Van Buren Press and T.C. Hindman
From Van Buren We are permitted to publish the following extracts from a letter recently received by gentlemen of this place from Van Buren. VAN BUREN, Sept. 3., 1859 Politics are not much discussed here at present, but I can assure you that Hindman and his per diem allies receive the hardy commendation of the … Continue reading From Van Buren
SATAN’S BEND, BENTON COUNTY Sept. 1, 1859 MESSRS EDITORS – I understand that a grand barbecue is to be given Col. Hindman in this county on the 4th of October next; and that in order that this ovation to Mr. Hindman may equal that Pythagoras gave himself (for discovering the principle in mathematics of a … Continue reading Letter from Satan’s Bend