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Tiirfttfty, t : Imaier 22, 18W.
KAMtJtAGinRAG!!! , S
Tr win Mk u7 q?y t d"1 "J"0?
aw rags. "n per pound, In pyiBWt for
iiliirllf advertising and Jobi work. Bays
jrni, and gel some.Bing .or w... .
in. it-, -.wav. No other kind will be
Dbstitotio w Kansas. Slueh as has
Leen said about the destitntion and suffsr-'
ing in Kansas, the actual amount was not
known until the approach of cold weath
er. We hear of it every direction. There
is not so much of.it in our own County ;
vbut in our neighboring Counfy of Brown,
the destitution is great.. The committee
appointed at a late meeting, to ascertain
the number of acres cultivated' the put
season, and the.quantity of grain raised,
hare ascertained that the land cultivated
did not average over two buahsls of grain
per acre 1 Provisions must be brought
,. shmail. ami than is no money to
uy them with. In Southern Kansas,
the condition of the people is, if possible,
still worse. The people throughout the
East are raising aid for Kansas, and it
will not come a day too soon.
Some persons and papers, during the
Utter nart of the Bummer, undertook to
make light of the efforts to procure aid
for our people, for which they merit, the
scorn of tho suffering. Some have en
leavored to speculate upon the strength
of the starvation in Kansas, and others
are so directing their efforts as to obtain
political popularity. But there are sharks
and swindlers hovering about upon. every
such occasion, seeking to acquire fame
and fortune at the expense of the needy,
Bat this should not prevent the chsrita
ble and benevolent from contributing lib'
orally toward alleviating the suffering in
Kansas, for our people are really in
Doh't Lim it. The Pro Slavery Ol
igarchs at. Oregon are very much dissat
isfied with, the result of the Presidential
election; and before their affrighted ima
gination visions of disaster, death and
other" dire portents" pass and repass.
It also touches a very sore place, when
they remember that Lincoln received 118
votes at that precinct, for it renders im
practicable their favorite remedy for, all
political ills . e. tar and. feathers. Re
publicans are raythtr too many to try
that purely Southern panacea. We had
thought that we would have found thsm
in sack-cloth and ashes ; but the stores
are all open, business progressing as usu
al, and no one appearing deeply affected
,, by Old-Abe's election, except some loaf-
iir and disannoTnted demanoeues. We
hear that this latter class are about leav
ing for Kentucky, Arkansas and Texas.
If Old Abe's election only succeeds' in
causing all the loafers, drunkards, assas
sins and pap-suckers to leave the place,
it may be regarded by the people of Holt
County as an especial blessing.
Effect of the Excitejciht. The in
sane proceedings of the people of some of
the Southern States, are beginning to
have, their effoct. A panic is seizing np
on the commercial interests of the conn
try, and business is everywhere becoming
prostrated. Every branch of trade in
becoming deranged, and a terrible crash
is imminent. The peupta of tho South
mast suffer perhaps vastly more than
those of the North. They certainly ranst
perceive this ; yet, thus far, they have
not shown themselves possessed of suffi;'
eient spirit to crash out the fanatics and
mischief-makers who have been system
atically at -work for months to bring
about the present Flats of affairs, and who'
are still exerting their utmost energies to
hasten the impending calamity., ; ,
0 Nice Eveboseebs. Mr. J. C. Doxter,
just from the. Rocky Mountains' bring-a
load of splendid shrubbery;. consisting of
pine, spruce and' fir trees. He' -has pre
sented us with a beautiful 'young fir tree,
and has aTargennmW"Ttiirpn hand,
for sale, cheap. He1 informs us that . he
will next Summer go into the business
extensively, and make -White Clond his
head quarters on the; river. He should
be liberally encouraged. H.s present
siock oi evergreens are ine most beauti
ful we have ever seen. He also has spec
imens of petrified pine trees, and other
BcLuaBREST. The El wood Free Press
of the 10th inst, contained, a brace of as
vera articles with reference to W. D.
Wood, (the same that we copied last
week.) npon which Woof demanded of
Hunt, of the Free Press, the name of his
informant in certain charges, and a re
traction; or a fight Hnnt refused to do
either, and Wood, publishes him as a
coward, etc. No blood lost in tbe ope-
h .ISrThs business of 'contesting the
election in this County, after having been
commenced, has been abandoned as a bad
job.- No doubt the discovery that the
greater part of the illegal Votes were on
- - the other side, had something to do in
stopping the contest.-'
3 -fiT Several of those who snbicribed
for the Chief, payable when. Lincoln was
elected, hare remitted ns their respective
amount. That is honorable. Let the
balance do Kkerrigec
EXPOS THK.SWllDLHS. "fho follow
ing letter was sent to onr address, a short
time ego. The Peter Funks, no doabt
thought as sufficiently green io bit at
their bait, bnt w accidental!! fell below
their standard of gullibility, and didn't
bite. We now print the letter for the
doubtless some persons will faIlwto,tM
trap. :isa omeci u u tiut wy
money ; and all who. are foolish enough
to send a remittanceof money, will be
just that much ont of pocket. Here is
the letter: How many- of our-reader
have been favored with the ssme offer ?
Dear Sir : Desiring to introduce .to
the residents of your vicinity the Con
solidated Lottery of Georgia, drawn un
der the liberal management of Hodges,
Davis k Co.: and -believing that-the
moat advantageous way of so doingrwill
be first to. send. a handsome prise to some
one residing there, we offer yon the re
fusal of n package of 26 Tickets in the
enclosed brilliant scheme, selected with
great care, which we shall keep until we
hear from yon. To prove to yon that
there is nothing deceptive intended in this
communication,: we mention the fact, that
this LaUuyuM draws by Legislative En
actment, nndsr the superintendence oi
commissioners appointed by authority.
and that surety is given for the prompt
payment of prizes. 3. he conditions upon
which we tender tbe above uescrioea
packages are these : After yon have re
ceived the amount of money it draws,
you are to nse yonr influence" to increase
the popularity oi this .Lottery, u you
will do that, you may send for the pack
age, and k truly bind ourselves, that if
it does not draw at least oi.uuu, enoogn
to accomplish onr purpose, we will1 send
von another, free of cost. We urge yon
to avail vonrself withoHt hesitation' of
this proposition, as another such chance
may nevir again present itself. Please
keep this letter strictly private until yon
receive vonr-prizo money, and send 15
dollars al once in your letter, to pay the
-managers for the paskago. bhoolu you
from anv motive decline, please nana
this to some friend who needs money.
and tell him to send without delay.
Very Truly yours,
L. A. HoDOBt,
New York City.
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1200 pages of reading matter, 21 pages of
Music, 12 Colored Steel Fashion Plates,
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taloTof-theSouthby Miss.Fannie War
ner. Also, a humorous story, by the an
thorof "Mis Slimmens." The Domes
tic Receipts published in its , pages, are
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Book ; and its Gardening., and Health
Department, Embroidery Patterns, etc.,
are invaluable. It will likewise contain
Patterns and full directions for making
articles for Presents or Fancy Fairs.
Terms. I copy, 1 year, 83 ; 2 copies,
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ies 1 year, and extra copy to person get
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(s Baiujaiss is Clothing I 'A deputa
tion. from the. Clothing establishment of
A. Schwabacher. of St. Josephl is now
in our place,.with'a laTge lot of Men and
Boy's. Clothing the largest and cheap?
est.lot" ever brought to onr place., They
have every description 'of Winter Cloth
ing, and, their low prices will astonish
tbenatives. -The prices are-made to soil
the :hard 'times,, arid alHvho are in want
of Clothing, should comeTwithont delay,
aa the .gentlemen wilj.iremahrhere .bnt a
few days.-andthere may not soon be an-'
other chance for f such' bargains. - They
maybe found in the room under the Chief
Unfavorable reports are being cir-
mtM whh rtgtrd to tho rondact of Mmo
of the Kansas Relief Committees. It is
said that when destitute persons apply
for relief, they are required to give their
notes for what they obtain, at market
prices, payable in one year, A Pitts
burgh correspondent of the Leavenworth
Times says that inch conduct is charged
npon the Lawrence Committee ; and the
Elwood FreePress has tho same .report
with regard to the Atchison Committee:
We hope the reports are nntrne ; yet at
the asme time we are aware that a deep
plan of speculation is being attempted,
in politics, railroads, and other matters,
at tho. expense of the suffering poor, of
The Leavenworth Dispatch is ont
of humor with Mr, Parrott, and has re
cently contained some labored article,
complaining that, he has done nothing ia
Congress. Perhaps his greatest omis
sion was his neglect to buy the Dispatch's
good wil with" a fee or couple of dollars.
No. doabt, Parrett feels bad nnder the"
Dispatch's scolding. t-
V6acradota1 bounds."" Troy.
beneBtof the public, as we learn that
thonsends of letters yutt Me itkr boa
senttoalltparts of ttitconntry j" and
They must have had high times at Re
publican head-qnarters. in New York
City, on the night of the Presidential
election. An immense crowd was gath
ered there, to hear the dispatches read as
tliAtr camo in. to listen to speeches., and
to tiara a crobd time generally'- rwWe
- n u . ( . ,
i;n ttafallnwintf-lram the "Hera!
''Aboutthis tinwthm waaVlnlllisi. the
arrival ofretnnnJ and1 somebody (tailed
ont for jmeech. ' iieuteaait' Geyernor
VAT. ArlVt.Min.iii wm on thA-'btAnn.
UUUID Ul ,W IVbUU.IIIl . . mm ..w-..m W
and shouts of "Noble, Noble, Noble,"
were set up.
Let ns have some more returns., Q t'J
A Voice Simeon, introduce Noble.
,, .Srir.RAfEB OhryJogontCBTars
ft'kaanttr:)"! Wv6ijgb' 'dis'pateh
which i-want to- read- to yoa.
is : Y rt
avenue Indiana aiiTignt;- -
("Hi. hi, hi." loud hurras and dap
ping of hands.).. T-rnf- rr7j.- -g
8nrfc'oiIDRAPER-:-Jn8t'sehd bsck" word
that New York ia'iirright. (Hurrah.)
The calls for Noble, wefo' renewed, and
were this time responded to by .that gen
tleman. Aa ke commenced to speak
there were shonts of "Hats off-in front,
so the ladies can, see." (Liughtsr.) He
commenced by saying "Othello a occu
pation's gone," "Thohurly burly'sdone,"
"The battle's lost and won'-especially
the latter.. Three or four, weeks ago I
was here, 'and found suspended. . front a
string a lot of stones labelled "New York
Hotel Democratic arguments." They had
been thrown through .yonr windows.
rTliv wtarm ihm 'TMt!mnnv nt ifia rn.lr,i
(laughter) the foot prints of the sham
--- - 4
Democracy the tracks of the 'political
sauriensoi ine uucnanan era. (tiaugn
ter.) I thought wheal saw those memen
toes, that onr friends of the New York
Hotel, who allied themselves to political
ennnchs, had probably been. fitting them
selves for their, associates by performing
the operation of sslf emasculation. (Peals
of laughter.)' s , J
A Voice Don't strike so hard. 3
Another Hit 'em again.. (Langh-
Noble I think I will write 'a, book.
"Of writing books .there is no' end." If
I do I will call it "l'olitical.Peripatstics.
Reminiscences of the Campaign of 1860.
Two volumes. Harper & Brothers.
Dedicated to our friend, Sim. Draper."
It would be a, good idea to embellish it
with wood cuts, accompanied with affi
davits;! for the purpose' o'f showing "the
real existence of theslate.tStephen A.
Douglas. (Laughter.) I had. a. good
many enrions adventures. out there, and
I will give you one. little reminiscence,
as illustrating the extreme .lengths to
which men will somstimes be driven for
an argument. I was np in-Ulster coun
ty, where I made a speech a common
failing. of mine. t There were some: very
clever democrats there, of both the Breck
inridge and Douglas stripe,, and wo had
a.kindof.love feast in the barroom. -A
gentleman atepped up .to ma With a. red
face .and an apoplectic neck voice
("A democrat" )-Said hs to me,. '-'I heard
your speech and I .want yon to-nnderstand
that I, am a Sooth "Carolinian. (The"
aame -voice "Certainly a democrat"
"Very well yon.Ieft South Carolina;
did yon i" -."Yes.
sir.". .. . T
"A good place to leave.' c(Roars.of
laughter.) r .
"L want yon to understand, sir, that.I
think as mnch of the nnrae who took care
oi me as a cnua, as i do oi my own
"Very well, said. I, there's no dispu
ting concerning tastes. I. was born and
brought up in the Stats of. New York,
among white folks." ir.i '
Here the anecdote was interrupted by.
the arrival of more returns,.and yielding
to. the anxiety j to hear newaofthe elec
tion, Mr. Noble atood aside for a.timt.i i
- Oris. chap in the crowd,, impatient, ta
fere-tall tbe newt;- shouted out, "19,000
msiotity.in tbe city," bnt he .was 'met bv
shoots of , "Pot the fellow out.'.' "Give us
the returns," dec. -The returns indicated
the following aa' the result. in the Second,
Sixth' and Fourteenth wards : ..J
I . MS
The aadience indulged in a 'very mel
ancholy "w -hew" as these figures -were
read, bnt Dim. Draper called upon-them
not to be frightened, that bail as these
figures were they showed republican gains.
seventeen districts ot tbe Eleventh ward,
he said, hadi given 1,845 for Lincoln;
again'3,89 forfnsion, and that was a
gain of 1,400 oref the' last election. This
called forth some plaudits, and fben,''as
then were no more returns to be announ
ced, there were'ealls for "Noble, Noble;"
"Toll lTifnr--" 'nTKVt ,!,..) T,.flntV
Carolinian V - -a " "
Noble It is not a story. -It is' the
truth. - - , '.i.
Noble I will tell too what the South
varounian ibiu, u mere aro no morn in
turns. (Voices. "Go ahead:" 4iGo
on." ) I told the So'ulh 'Carolinian that
I was brought up-in the State of New
York, and never sucked a negress; .'nor
was dandled in her arms when a'' child ;
that I never was spanked and pnt to'bed
by one, and did not associate' with ne
gresses when"! grew up to manhood.
That is a mere matter of taste. (Laogh-
Said he, "ion talk about practical
amalgamation,' and' said there were a
great many mnlsttoes in the Sonthera
"Yes," I aaid.'-Uhere were more ma
lattoee in the State of Virginia than there
were voters, and that they belonged to
tbe amalgamation jartyv". 7 u
"Well," said Io, ;I want yon to no
tice this one fact fT,admit there are ran-!
lattoee in the Sonthera States : - bnt if
yon. know aaytbmg jibpnt physiology,
yon must know thernis.a war .'of a-nnnJ
ting foe that., When a female, is in' a
delicate situation ske .is influenced hV
causes all around ler. JThesa no mZ.'
men see white-folks all afonn'if fc.m
(laughter) andtbat ts die result." That
. -w ..w.--, -,a - mMMj mmat-
"P-. lfWa !?) vHo. aid
hthatMa.physioIogical fa4 Dpyoa
Wtri. . . Jt-.: -Fmitu.'.
8-end Wtnl. 33 40R
Biithwirl - 399 23!7
Fnitnaib wtrl 7i3, SfOl -
peel. rods, in the BibleT'" "' .4' , .
'Vea." aai.1 1.
from my study of the sabject, that the
result there caawsw of-aa. in
dividual peelediw4'ck indrridual
case." fPeak rfJeaalsUr, in the aaidet
of hctfr.imfMFLX y
HowTTMeisWc3l), - nc'
ollects4.r; that wlUn aW: Ussaocrasy ,ef
thif C;Bay.'BmasJ theiracktlh
f tbi Ooy. trnraswre.M a 900;
and many pwewondartd'how it came
that so' nsaay ifeeatpersoM claimed
the same majerity.v Perhaps every roan
will recollect that when the Assessor vis-
JMrdminr th BBmmer.lwrasir'
gedrisrafk wcidswUlnirjaarelese ,WBj,-tcj satrey, and were summarily banished from the
find out h6w he' atood. poii'ticaHy-gen-t: J " of ."lusiveneas snd dls-
rallyjiy inqniring whom he preferred of
TflAdojpf.eyeryman'j politics throughout
the County. This was apian entered, in
to by the party leaders, to ascertain ex
actly bow parties stood in the County.
The result was. 'they figured up about
200'De'mocratic'ma1(rity, and felt sure
of victory. They made; reckless .nomi
nations,, relying upon the invincibility of
that 200:majorky. The result has shown
hbW'men'cinsofrietirites- be "slightnally "
tiiistakW in ! their calculations. We be
live. DoaiphsnCpunty is, clearly Rspub-
lisan ; besides, the past season, has been
i'bafl one on loafers, in consequence of
which, a large, number ,of Democratic
voters "moved their boots" after the As
seasor hailjbeon around. ,
ry gT A friend has sent us a copy of a
II - k- ... -
bombastic appeal to the people of Mis
souri in.favor of disunion, written by the
man with the Colossal paste-horn, the
gigantic nasal protuberance, the over
grown'sneesing apparatus, ,the leviathan
proboscis,-the .mammoth bill, the huge
smeller the big nose M.Jeff. Thomp
son. It is7the richest specimen of liter-
atnre of the present age, and should be
lntrodnceu. into.au weii-regniaieu Liuna
tic Asylums I '
f The Germantown (O.) Indepen
dent speaks of anew building being erec
ted in that place, which would answer ad
mirably for a printing office and post of
fice. If Cumback were "any of thorn
kind," we would take the announcement
as .a sly-insinuation that, there is a proba
bility of the two above-mentioned in
stitutions being united ero long. By the
way, was that soljtary Breckinridge vote
cast by, the present .Postmaster ?
'jgp-THe St. Joseph Free' Democrat
has' been reduced in price to the low, sum
of one dollar a year. . Surely thero is
nothing now to prevent, every. Republi
can in North-West Missouri from taking
this staunch and able journal. Wilder
writes with a sharp., pen and we likethe
way he handle M., Jsff. Thompson's
H Xy The election news .becomes better
and better.. Even New Jersey exhibits
some,, redeeming features. It appears
that thero was not a cordial fusion upon
the anti-Republican Electors, and the re
sult is, tho success of four of the. Lincoln
Electors, leaving only three for tbe fu
sionists. , - .
j t3T The individual who had determ
ined to kill ns;. has, we,lcarn, at the ear
nest solicitation- of his friends, concluded
to let 'us slip this lime! We are very
thankful for thii new lease of 'life, and
breathe reelybnce more. W hall.con
sider onrself safe until,the next time 1
cfW A dispatch from Richmond, Va.,
says .that Henry A. Wise has been pro
nounced insane. But few will doubi it.
If more men in the Sonth, of the same
sfripewere declared to be insane, and
locked up in some Lunatic Asylum, it
would, be better,ior the country.
We' have received the account of
"Jeff. J.'s" SaU River trip, and tbe com
munication of "Peper-Salt."'N The for
mer will appear next week, and the lat
ter the week after, such being: the order
in which they were received.
&r The Pony, is in, and brings the
news that California has 'gone' for Lin
coln. 'Nothing from Oregon; but no
doubt she has gone tiwssmerwsy.
. ., -rT,CaiforaUjeiecUa. ,
- Tb last tPony brooght the following
from,Califomia:i ; , , . ? i
Sah Fbaxcisco, NoT-i7.---The returns
from the central couatiee add op a fol
lows: DongIaf;18,t85; Lincoln 14,842;
Breekinridgn ,10.438; Bell, 3.626. The
voU.ef4h Stater will. probably exceed
120,000. 8an 'Francisco gave Lincoln
over 3.000 majority. This majority . is
being gradually reduced, however, as re
turns come in-Trom the.1monntsins',.and
tuere eeema every 'prebability, that Dong
las hss carried the State. . '
The People'eBaform Ticket in San
Francisco has, probably been elected.
tirak bt TnxnexnTO rwi csracarLL.
8ah TaAwcrsco,.NoT. 8. 10 p. . The
ehtrre number of votes from the Stale ts
7rj.720i'nf wnical IaneolB ess U7.058;
Dcmgla. 24.422;' Brsckmridge 90,688;
Bell 4,602; . 'Lincora'a majority over
Douglas 2,686. -f
Lincoln's vota'swrprisft pelihcisns,
still.Donglaa-chance k Considered tbe
feet. '.at -' J-i't Vr "
fn the Iiriatsww' there will probably
be a DoogrW majority over both Lincoln
andBreckinridge in each Htfnaw, securing
snmcient txrtngta w ew w-gi- u
ator to soceed-Gww'.
iSJSSgffiS Oct. -t.-FIttcher of I
th Jonea Honest. Lafayette, h "owaw-.
ing a ccmfoT wood.in front of the Hotel
onTabWJoeCmnJMC Liaeel, while tU
an, pUyiBg "uia
T,i 4-vK .
(For the Chief.)
THI1VG8 Iff MISSOURI.
Missouri b undoubtedly an unexplored coun
try there being many customs, manners, and
ways of doing things, of which the civilized
world has not yettteea informed; and we hava
no doabt bnt tbe volume equally aa interest
ing as Liriasjwene's sIoiWons "eif'lnt-rior
Africa, might belt-itabAthUeingmkranli;
a-mi-barbtrte peaele. wt 'wonder .that some
enterprbingespttratoriaa 'not penetraUd its
recesses, anirirsa to the wonderiog world. a
deteription of tW people. We have heard of
some hardy adventurers who hare made the
attempt, but being suspected of being Aboli
trnst of foreigners equal to that of Japan or
China; keeps brbwkd'In midnight darkness
trie wonderful workings of their peculiar system.
Now and than. however, soase fersigaeta pass
trate into .the. interior, and arc able to. report
what very singular actions they have aeen, even
in. the town of iaraanah, in Andrew County.
To tbe'bsst of our rtcolUction, Miatouri fa
one of tbe United States, sends two United
States Senatora and seven. Congressmen, sad
costs the JJnited States Treasury a good round
turn annually;-for Federal pap-tuckers, post
office appropriation, Jtcwhisb; by the way, is
footed by, the North; and yet, a stranger, would
hareno, idea .that Masaachosetts and Misaoari
were in tho same confederacy, inasmuch as a
citizen of y Massachusetts' Teannot inhabit the
hostile lauda of Misaoari under the existing re
gime, without submitting to: continual abuse,
insult and Injury, as we will proceed to show..
For a-wonder, they held their Presidential
election on the same day' as other folks; and at
the town of Savannah, in Andrew County, Mis
souri, an episode oeenrrtd which, while it dis
turbed the equanimity of the'eiclu-ire people,
presents them in a somewhat unenviable light
in the eyes' of all civilised people, however
much they may think it adds to their character,
or however much it is in accordance with the
code Border Ruffian. Bat to the point:
When the returns of the election came in,- it
was found tiiat 97 rotes Black Republican
rotes had been cast in Andrew County, for
Lincoln; and,' aWrt'Ue to tell! that at the
staunch, dyed-in the-wool Fro-Slarery 'town of
Savannah, 47 of the above rotes were cast.
Such Northern aggression cannot for a moment
be endured. Shades' of John Brown' and Har
per's Ferry! Abolitionism! blood and thunder!
something must be done; some victims, some
saarifice offered, to appease the wrath of-the
offended Moloch ef 'Slavery. Something' was
done. The names of the "immortal" 47 were
published in the North-West Democrat, that
the faithful might know who were these Black
Republicans, who, thanks to the zealous efforts
of the negro-driving editor of the Savannah pa
per, now no longer were in disguise; and if
ever thel Blue Lodge Is resuscitated, they may
be shining marks for the polite attention of that
honorable body; and also how' convenient for
zealous Pro-Slavery partisans to carry their pol
itics into the jury bos', if any of the 47 ever hare
a'caae in the Court of Andrew County. la this
Insinuation unjust! WebelieTenot. The man
who would stoop to rifle the poil-book. and pub
lish the names of his neighbors, so as to expose
tbem, to odium and abuse, and all ProSlaTSry
partisans who indorse that action, in our opin
ion, would not but suffer their prejudices 'to
overcome, their judgment, in a civil caso with
one of the 47. Theame attempt, pheitorU -.ported. Neatberland 'beat. Harris (Dem.) for
to palliate this outrage, by saying their neigh-
bora had a right to publish .them, .is a miserable
shift and pitiable sophism. Why did be not
publish tbe names of all who, voted for Breckin
ridge, for.Bell,. for Douglas! Will be publish
those voters? We predict not. We can sues
at the reason why. the; Republicans were pub
lished. They were, few in number, and tbe ed
itor concluded he could insult tbem with impu
nity a prominent cbaracterfctic of a Pro- Sla
very ,man.c Again: It may. be that the editor of
the Democrat thpught he would, not have ano
ther aa good an opportunity of venting bis mal
ice against the Republicans, knowing that the
number of Republicans is increasing so rapidly
in Missouri, he. soon would not dare attempt it;
and as it is in Kansaa so it is in Missouri edi
tors' who are devoted to the defence of tlarery,
hare to pander to the baser passions of the low
er orders, to obtain their bread and butter. An
institution, the defeneo of, which will thus cor
rupt a.man's mind, is. to b abhorred, and the
man that defends it, to be pitied, it also shows
the progress of Republicanism in Missouri, and
that lbs Hare Oligarchy dread and fear its
growth; and well tbey may, for the day-star has
arisen, and revolutions never go backward. It
also shows the necessity o baring what every
enlightened State baa fix: .rote by ballot and
a few sach outrages' in different parts ol Mis
souri, and the people will rise In the majesty of
their power, and demand vote by ballot. So
mote it be. On tbe whole, as It will have a
tendency to Increase the number of earnest Re
publicans in Andrew County, we are not sorry.
All we regret is, that' a press would stoop so
low, and that the honored names of the 47 Re
publicans were disgraced by being recorded in
the filthy columns of the North-West Democrat.
'Sneclal Wswliington Disnsttckes.
'"!,, ? WismwaTow, Norl 13.
TSM.csvtr jurncn'e onsiox op trk tssu
, . , son or. siCBauov. . . ?
Chief Jnetice-Taaey cordially re echoes
tne sentiment of Amos XLeadalL in de-
nonncing every aUemptto break np the
Union as treaaeaablein the last decree.
ixoTHam eoDTBKBjr voicn aoamr exow
,i.n. - "tie. i -f)
The National Intelligencer is doing
yeoman service fn behalf of tbe Union., It
publishes this morning along communi
cation rrom weaitny Mutnera cotton
planter; the owner of 800 slave,- depreca
ting any attempt, to dissolve the Union
merely because Mr. Lincoln 'baa been
elected President. - r
.. Wabsbwotok Nor. 13.
Many letter, have 'been' received.here
from leadug politietana of' sllpartie in
tbe .border alar State; expressing deck
sioa against the--legality of- secession
under the ,ConetktioeunTh menied and
mercantile interest are also making their
votcee isesutf for the admiautrstian, and
almost unanimously they are for the
standing of th Union.. - Virginia ia 'by
no mean favorable, ta the preeipitate-action
efHouta Careliaia. Htv:Hnntec it
understood to-be 'Mtmet the secession
.I" .VS ' .
Moarrooifsmr, Nov. 16.
" 8tat Cravastiom of, Baptists met here
Wednesday KxUlsmAieA, naaaimonely,
ia favorof.DiefnuM. Ther. sent their I
ntdolttafB,, -,,!, a
k7 The. latest ad-ieestroai Virginia render
it probable that Bell has carried the State.
ST The oUcial -stoma from New Jersey,
elect four Republican Electors.
CgThe Disunion panic at New Origans, faee
brokea'down tbe market for annr inomwolaaMSb
days'. WesUra mtrcbtnU.wOltaks fiyaaAsjje'
of this stsrtsMd. Do thioiSaiaasUnSSte
think taw Secession flurry pawl H J
made a the South (ralinaNemwiwrVea M
resolution calling a Convention, which throws
nswlightonthe movements in that quarter.
4 lw,MM "T"
t t i ... . - ... t
or the speakers said South Carolina had wanted
to secede for ten years, and had only been wait
yon for that admitaion. Cinei'a-Lrt OaaesWi C
County, Indiana, Mr. Lincoln's old home, was
Lio'eoln lO.DougTMjO.Breckinridge 3. Bell 3-
ttr The Detroit (Brecklnridgt), Democrat
has followed the eMrople'of iUpredecaasprthe
Herald. Finding that ( with Jhe,! defeat' of
BrecktnnJge there wsa no stvernstenrjairoti-
age.tsibe gained, snd .not being' particularly
profitable aaa7peoBalary. aTestmeat, )Sjke
wisely issaed its last number. ,
DT The Washington Constitution, the orgsss
of Buchanan, says wrtb apparent seriosnees
.We now solemnly assert that we shall sever
bid for Mr. Ltneoln'a patronage.
If that is not magnanimous eelf-dealal'-we
know of no case en record. ' r
ST The MilwsnUe Sentinel publishes returns
rrom an counuee, giving xm,i ao nepuDiican ma
jority, and 8 counties, giving 6,113 Democratic
majority, mere are vt small counties to assr
from which will add to Lincoln's preponderant.
He is ahead aa far u heard from 16642. The
complete returns will raise it to 17,000," Well
done, for .Wisconslnr -r . ,,
IT Returns of the .vote on boldiag a State
Constitutioaai Convention in Illinois have bean
received from only forty-seven counties, leaving
fifty ;fiTeto. be heard from.' The .vote the ear
reeeived stands as follows:' For-Convention,
111.107; against, 68476. Majority, 43,931.
ST The Corydon' (Ind.) Argus says that Mr.
Jacob Liaeola, a cousin of the President eleet
resides in""BJoe Rirer township, Harrison conn'
ty. He is an'honest,2 industrious 'farmer. His
father and the-' father' of the" President elect
were brothers-" Hia father moved '.to Harrison
eonaty many years ago, hiring died sear the
place where" his son now resides about tho year
1830. One of Abe'a sisters also died in Harri
son County many years ago;
S7 The Helena (Ark.) Shield thinks the
talk of disunion all foolishness! It ears the on
ly question thsf Southern.', men have to answer
Is: "-- "
Will you vote to,. destroy a Government
which has gives yon protection 'in your life,
liberty and property, and haa made us the first
nation of the earth, simply because a section of
nieuuiou nis eiecieu a man rresiusnt, wnen
that man is elceted according to the provisions
of a Constitution formed when almost the entire
nation was slafeholdingT"
B7"TK.fNcsscs Elcctiow. The Nashville
Patriot of. Thursday publishes complete returns
from all the ceiintlcs of Tennessee, except
eleven. Bell haetbuafir.a plurality of 3,593
over Breckinridge. In the counties not' fully
Governor 125. Partial returns from these,
howerer, indicate large gains for Bell, so that
his plurality will hardly be' less thsn 4,000 in
tbe entire States
ST- Faorrs or. m Sccsssion Excrmstirr.
The Augusta (Georgia) Dispatch ssys s "An
insurrectionary plot was discovered on Tuesday
among tne negroes on the plantations of ,W. C.
Cleveland, Harp, Simmons, Davison, Johnson
and others, in Crawford county. A. V. Dreer
and Cullin Davison, from Pennsylvania, the
latter a school teacher, were the ring-leaders.
They have been arrested, snd, with forty' ne
groes, are in jail." "
CTTha Legislature of North Carolina will
meet on the third Monday of the present month.
It will j robably be one of the most Interesting
sessions ever held since. tbe commencement of
the Stale Government. A United States Sen
ator, a Judge of ihe Supreme Court, and.tbree
Judges of the Superior Court, will be elected.
snd ather matters of great and vital importance
win ne discussed and disponed of.,
D-Snator Chestnut or 'South .Coroliaa haa
resigned. That is .what, some of the young
Hotspurs wsut, and .taarefore-they employ jn.
dicious means to, obtain catspawa to draw the
Chestnuts oat that they may take their places.
H7The WiiJe-AwakesofBoeton held a great
meeting lei the .Music liall, on Friday night,
to celebrate the victory. Several stirring ad
drease were delivered by dbtTngnistled men,
Burlingame was one of'the spemkers ; bnt 'he
made no special allasien to Iris defeat.
ST The Charleston Mercury and several oth
er nW-eeUag journals trsiat d proclaiming to
, ,. - .:T.W.?MS,, mo Tice-rram-
dent elert-BfrHamTie-i. a js-Wt-. B-&
are'.tkeauterials.wfthwhlsh th,e Dieosioa Ire
is fed, and each ts the sWaoaai boner of, men
tude for the -boner o the. SbaOL" ' " ,,
,sTB.r..SMIeJbSMf Bests, ne J. kaewn
aU.lswe-Uovsts.aswaalat Mrs. Fatting
ten, ha bee e1eedutWlbssssmnsMLg:
own ward; 'city, cawtyaa'Ssate? He 'also
carried Doagtaa' ward, , city, cowaty and StaseT
---: .'"L-fc ,.'- i.?t j. I i ; n
.": .y "f vr-jJni - oaeial retarns
oftUeityeo ff ft. UioUK
ifXA-? yamsnms. MffUUU,
the resldsaee T.IlmB,ntmUjPmtril-
c, gives M rtistlngsjesiesl, tend, heaaead eistsea
.J-y W vets, ksjiac a aisia of ieaC
The ity ofMasssa, the aesse of Mr. Deng,
las, (when he is not ttaieUag) gives ever Zm
WTi Wkue. efner, Wis ofVirjiaJn Ja
deaiariag agalsM"-., i, ,-of n.
Lmcela'e eleetloB, Nssoa, WirTesi.WlM
orafsiaselee eleetien day fcr grVk;
eea U he ttrmvS
m auBfur' sssssmsee'SBM
sasnKHe Was te'WissMrM
thetey.-4aiVe'kVed 'tkak sW
-r'.t!.- iili?-11,1'iV' "tic trj I'. .T.
-i'.f '.Tf ' ". 10 BrSaBsmsseuaMS)
-oaH SMeseirtoioei,. la- Tr Sialic
rrwm. . p ' -
m -y- i - : -.-:. 7
.2 i,,', . . (r.U.r,! iL- 'rr -. tVJ VT rVlTS T7,
-MorilkaMlet.tlCriaaaMl . AUXsTia, "j-V: t:b . P-" '
To the People of A'an-aj .-
In the beginning we we . ' -that
"while the eirth !""-l
time, and harvest, and cold and hi '
summer and winter, m . . "
shall not cease.'
fortm anlireshmish' th uhi
amii-rintB-'the'temni-i -U Uin "i1 nha
to Qod'i great: purposea'nW,- Bot !
-Htt .id. iie woff;nCnHn.01 PH.
gctime, He'chMtiseth for?" 0Wtt
ivh- sn-d withholdeth that ff 8?d'
mar receive the hi-h-r U . ' B,
AMArnrsiai TKs. MAn-.:. r i
rr-i.nr--. The eon.ri.A t .mn8 "i,
."'-"."V."' w""io lUOPftrf i
toied ad thl pfoud are hnmbM tM
& hot repine 'Sftr.
him, is.a mystsry, but rather M i-
thank,Uod. withf humble obedience
unto so many generations. m-i1
ingratefol-ailoration-to Hhn by-
power he breathes end mot- m. .n
antly writta Wl which" n
blessing - and withholdeth no neejli
TniKRToncrl. SAMUEL iiEDAnv
ovemorof the Territory of Ksdim do'
i accordance with custom. ..'..
in ipmrninpw- wnn .-
ssnetioned by a Christian p.eop. J:
point and set apart THURSDAY C
29th day of November, ISGO.vVj.v
of THANKSGIVING irj BRAig
for the many merciea vouchsafe,! t0 ",
Though drouth has come npon us sni
our people are sorely tried in lhI, M
honr of destitution though the grins.
riss are empty and food is gi,,n ont wIth
a spannghsnd.yet.it is scans. fn,
. -.-..v.-. .-. n... vuoium m.i.
joicing, for thanksgiving and praise, that
unusuai nesun pervades every part of onr
Territory that plenty is within reach
that the means of communication ir
rapid that the hearts of a Christian peo.
pie beat quick' in acts of mercy, so thn
our wants are but to be made known to
be supplied ; ami. more thsn all, that w9
have an opportunity of doing good works
for one another that our hearts rosy hm
a closer communion, and society be
moulded together with "Faith, Hope snl
Given under the Seal of the Territo7.
at the City of Lecompton, this 30th day
of October, A. T). 1SC0.
By the Governor : S. MEPARY.
George SI. Bcsbs, Secretary of Kan.
WasHixoTox, Nov. 12.
Ae far as can be ascertained, there ii
no disposition, either on the part of the
Administrstion or of gentlemen of polit
ical prominence here, to interfere in the
present Southern movement, except, per
baps,1 in a friendly spirit.. It is new
probablo that the President will jisss ta
address or proclamation, as the election
of delegates to the South Csrolins Con
vention is to take placo. at an earlier day
than was recently anticipated, .and as in
consequence, there would not be sufScitnt
time for the' general circulation of an ap
peal through the Annual Message, si wai
Such is. the alarm that Waibingtoa
will not be continued as the sestiof Got
ernment, that tbe value of real estate hu
been seriously stTected by the seceuioa
It is understood thst TonvCorwin of
Ohio can, if he will, ocenpy a prominent
position in Sir. Lincoln's Csbinet, an!
in esse of his declining to do so. sn invi
tation will be extended to Sir. Etvingor
Sir. Vinton, of the ssme .State.
Slr.Graham or Mr. Badger of North
Carolina are also u confidently mention
ed in thie connection. , e
The President to-day informed "Thad
ileus Hystt tbst the' land sales in Kmu
could not be .postponed, bnt snch wastb
construction of the lew thst actual set
tiers would be allowed to refiletbiir pre
emption claims and shonld not be dis-
turoed in their possessions.
. The President ears that some of the
settlers acted verv badlv: but they art.
ne verl helesi,. hup sn beingvy. and shonM
be rslieved hhtLMotecUd.'! Jle-gsve cri-
dsnee to Sir. Hyatt's rspresentstioni u
to tbe snffenngs. He would sppesi is
Co'afess'.in.tbeir behalf,. as an airaeatof
bis sympathy. The President hesds-l s
subscription .list, with a check for ons
hundred dollars. "
A portion of theTnoney seised by G.
Degoflado,aah'ort' tinie sgo, from 'the
Conduct to Tampico, is" on, the way to
New 'iVrk'for the purchase of.srms snd
ammunition, through the ssme party,
who, for the last two years, hss been send
ing similar supplies to the LibsrsTsnnr.
- , .
Tsr Daon-re i-f Locisii. M
gin to hear-tidingii of- expected suffering
ea aceoant or th osmaaer arouu.. ,-u
portions of Alabama, Mississippi, Gsor
ginaad Lonisiaa, lbs' voice of sce.is
beginning'to be l-rd. Petkione htrs
bees directed to the Gevemor of Alahs
sbo. aakiaghim to coKrmebeUgi?
two. -. Like, pstitwat, bar,.
preparation for Got. S1'o'bsw,-(c;b. sjbt
saneion to .relieve the.satiripatad.t
ig. jSstos Roma J - .- " T
WiirasoTO, Kr. 13.
1 The'Cbnstitutien publuihe one of tbe
fcrra of ' Deelaration '' of , IndepsadfB
that is to he submitted to tne Beef w
li'nia Convention; -Itrembodies s petbo
of tbe American D&rttionrj?h. .l
ofgTievlnceIteredto suit Ihe 'prsssa.
coitiOToniriairfiB that'Sut. A cepT
of ihiV. ft i nnderetood. w I """
the President yeeterdsy. . ".,.
- p -cl : ST 'ic
t . - WissnoTO.-.-
v AtUu- -fM-a Avsarong cemt-s
U 'Chad--,- y Jjg;
mlly no nnanimky. trmiK8oaym.
Usm, for awsiotv, TV.bP"--"."-
kin and twtu,.4d 1 1 tjjgg
isaanosHdIaavM.a.dcidfdlj, ofi w
-r..i-".sir7r; 18- -.
TV AamiMv"' - ' -js
Aos"rdan' publisbee -otfier-f-
sticl. on th ground that lU
jtjmhiht. I " '. -"-
"-S1 ? stfawt t tlrti-
1 Ins great promise, to? mm', j,.