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, let the dead bury their dead. It is not even the question whether Davis and Stephens are the men best qualified of all others for the positions they occupy. It isthe real estimate in which he is held even by an embittered enemy. Alexander H. Stephens, the candidate for the Vice Presidency, has long been known to the whol best qualities of statesmanship and a philosophic moderation of spirit than Mr. Stephens. He possesses a rare faculty of equanimity, of self- balance, and self-possey sea as in a calm, and which never catches a drop of water upon her decks. Mr. Stephens often reminds us of this life-boat. We have read speeches of his, deliveredas proved himself the Good Samaritan not less than the great statesman--Alexander H. Stephens. With such names upon the Presidential ticket as Jefferson Davis and A. H. Stephens, the whole South may unite as one man. All former party distinctions may well be obliterated. The strongest advocate of the old Union yield to no m