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And by that competitor he will be defeated, if defeated at all. I refer to Mr. Macfarland. But my purpose is not to engage in the unnecessary task of advocating the diversion of a very few votes from Mr. Tyler, in aid to that extent of Mr. Macfarland's success; for, between the latter and Mr. Tyler the contest unquestionablyd every one of those votes will be taken from Mr. Tyler and aid in electing Mr. Macfarland. In his card, announcing himself a candidate, he stated that he did so because neither Mr. Tyler nor Mr. Macfarland were candidates. They were both candidates a few days after. Mr. Tyler's nomination appearing in the newspapers the next da, let the people themselves execute his first (and best) intention. To Mr. Macfarland the objections have been already partly intimated. A strenuous opponent uphe persistence in the canvass of Mr. Lyons. Another great objection to Mr. Macfarland is his office of Bank President which, while it gives him an extensive and