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nt these Union men are. They hate secession very badly, but vote for secession men for Governor! You will see that Mr. Nelson is running for the United States Congress. It is a fact well known here that no law of the State authorizes such an election; all laws on that subject having been repealed by our last Legislature. And yet such a man as Mr. Nelson will hazard his law-abiding character by deliberately violating the law and inciting others to do the same. But he will come right aftery, with a fair prospect of completion at an early day. The idea of rebellion I think has "fizzled out." It is said that Mr. Nelson, who headed the movement, has declared that "since the Union men would not rebel when he advised them to do it, they masing circulation. The following is the ticket alluded to: For Governor, W. H. Polk; Representative to U. S. Congress, T. A. R. Nelson; For Senator, W. H. Maxwell; for Representative, S. K. N. Patton. Against the Permanent Constitution.