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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
- ' Tiffin, Ohio.
Wtl.L Hn "prompt Attention to all business
ee,td to hie oro, a Seneca end ad.ioinmg
0u:ti. 1 : ' 1
liHICR. In CiimTiorciml Row, up Stairs:
T.m.i. Nov.. 3d, lcfrl. tf. .
-., 1 ! J. C. 1KB ;
. ATTOTHET AT LA7,
arid Solicitor ta Chancery. ' i
' Rooms over George Taylor's 8tor.
' Tiffin, Nov. l&th Kit. . I? '
T. C. TUN I SO IS,
ATTORNEY M LAW.
OFFICE Shsaban's Block, Up Ftnirs.
' TifRrt, M.y, Sih, IP55. lj '
. . "j. M. PATTfcUKON,
ATTORN liV AT LAW.
'OFff'F., gppo'itc Cnromrrcial Kow.
Tl'lin, Nov. ut l5- ' ' '
Attorney at Law, wiif" attend to all mattrrs in
the line ol his prof.twlon, "luce opposite hew
ham block, eotiiet of Washington sud Marke t
J liliu, March 30ih, 11:54. . . 1 ,
T" W. P. II. NOIH.K,
"Attorney Counsellor t La. ' " , : '
- OFFICK, one door eoeth 01' Gallop' Jewel
ry Store, Up Suur
r.Vbeb era.' ' ' WH.UaaM.4OM.-t0N-UTIM
ATTORN fc'YS 1 AT L A W.
OFFICE, In Commercial Row, orcr Gallup'
Jewelry Surre.neartyopprKtrto the Court House.
Proteeaional btisinew sod the collecliou ol sll
kimlsot c aims promitlv attcuded to.
Tiffin, s.'H. UUi ib&:. ly.
r . ; lrwim n. pikk.
AU.oracv so Counsellor at Law, will give
promt altcauoa to all mutton entrusted to Ins
care, in the lino of hit profession.
- OFFICE. Saawhnns Block Mu-ket Street.
XT Germans and Frcnali, will be Consulted In
their own respective lauKiui;cs.
Tifliu, October, 27th leot. Iv.
W. II. I'AHK, MO.
perrereamrft tfce tyev 'Hutu -nt er.ll emeus irtrr)
dilit.acaaaJaarr tatli Sane, ol hn prnfeMloa. Oltico
fur tk i-wt oik i. M. lnoii tee,.
CLOCK AND WATCHMAKER.
' AM kintsof watches kept constantly on hands.
Store tu Commercial Row.,
'i'illin. Sept. Wth. ly
CABINET k CHAIRMAUFACTO
RY. j Wxf do(Hf lo tU if., JS. Church,
otyMVrket street.1 '' ' A
Timncpt.csiu, lesr.-- , ,' , 7 r A
, PCTER VANNF.M.
BUGOY AND CARRIAGE MAN
CFACTURER, east, of the Court House, oc
M irkt Mreet.-
Tiftin, Sept. 29th, 154.
O.II IHun. H. M. Mxaria.
DILDINE & MARTIN",
fVTTOnWSYS AT LAW,
QBNERAL l'nD AGENTS,
M HB .Q ). Iowa Ooantf, Iowa.
Will atvnd to all Business entrusted to their
care, In Iowa and adjoiaing Counties.
' raupuiiiroRs or
And doilemin Wbeat,Corn, Rye, Oats, Clover,
Tnn itliv aud f lax eeedii, r lour, Corn eleal auu
Mill Feed uf all kinda.
OFFICE on MiinsU opposite the Post Office,
J imii Uuto. nmy-',ooyiyj
Ij. XI. SAPP, II ,D.
UOMCEOPA TIIIC PHYSICIAN,
: OFFICE IN COMMERCIAL ROW.
Dr. Sarr will attend promptly th the duties of
hit ppifeaslon In Tiflia aud vicinity. Especial at
tentiou git eu to ail diaeasea of the EYE and
EAR ' maySClyV)
A iTjMrtmnt of can und wAod taat
ehdlfs, thiurt WBrraitUtifi'tSyMir., nrui of y
m aufwrtni HaIiIi.mb oil! u4 4 (M J-or rvn
i'ur Uoai of . ,
' , W. HUNTING.
OPEKAllVE and MECHANICAL
DEN I IS T, comer of Washington and M u ltet
KtrfeW, 'I'itlin, Ohio j will attcud to all business
in his Hue :h promptness aud dispatch. Fer
aoiu who favor him with a call, may rery on hav
i.ig work donij in a superior nmuoor, having been
cugaged iu the guineas lor Uie lust Mven years,
aud duriug that time have baj much experience
in diflicult cjiscs. He is confident of success aud
Hatters liiuiielf cspsble of giving perfect aulisiius
tiuu to all who may seek hi. nolcssional tcrvioca.
Charge ill liu at all times moderate.
4V OFFICE, coruor of Waahington and
Mark nt riveeta. .
Tillln, Kor. . 1st, S3.
i .. lyiW. IlOItBS. '
DEALER IN EVERY DESCRIP
TION or Goods for MENS wear." Wholesale or
ReUle. bv the niece, vanl. or Ready Made, and
gcuerii ManulWiurer of clothing, ludia Rubber
aud oil coata, and trowsers, traveliug bags, gents
iura isliinir roihIs of all kinds. "
Tlftin,May W,'55. ' 1 " '
II. O. Weuner and Co.,
V MAiiUFACTLRtRS OF
i jm,r r
JcflVrsou at, near Uie G srinan Catholic Churvb,
' TIFFIN, OHIO.'
k f aa woek af the bum styles of Bapnla. ate.
InUlMd i tha boM wanaar aau ol Itta aiosi aura,
bla ai.l.n.l, and worliniinship, enaiuotlr on
u hand. ad promptly aisil" o order.
U. 8. Wi.N.NtK Co.
July IT. 1856, I y. , , ,
He that haib eves o ice, let him tee,'
llt. J. SNYDER,
1 TTfH7I.Brioe.ll anaoon-a t tK aibAa iU k.l...
losjitisiU, at piMMnt, i TilJiK, ai Manti IrMruivf
HMM, wbi U willbe hPW tim to wait n
lima wh nay rMiiin hi (jfoUta.oa. Mr.ior,, w(f ruuJ
M eiMnnvt twq.tAiaianc wit.h vha various di ol" '.tia
af,Ja U a fHatii frt tanWni hu
aarviutti to hltcoMOianUr, haviaf Liatl alaia.t nrvra,Iti
ataoawM inivMsmng laa aliuia) ftad 4 aMvai
hlUi- cun'linun. Mr tt. wua.ti aoUullf tuitett iKm
arttu .rj knli ihtcKafl y to t'il nj jiv bita a trial ana
U aa bKnt ia ru(-ivit, aa etirj( will ba anule. Mr.
fevBTdaf (ouU ttifiMlM atia carutK&iei of huadrrtla aK
ktftva aayvvsMl - WaNaaNt af hi tr feat it t riecm
aaoajy. Mr. i1 . ivillr'r ' a fvw ta. ba Kai Iraat.
d i .Mt.iiv.fn U i"krua aa im an J daitiitar
ii;Kt ur .V. A. -oti. vV. (I.).u, l, P Uotla,
til .fl i 'w.i- i'l Stf 'a a annair bill J, ttttl
kaa ! f -lorfl ii itjst. '"arrlirr intorm.tia w'a
eaavaraa w.tb uttar or taa abva urAO. No eaarica
mmdm .lintituic i, av aJvua. IIihu ol UMiarti nd a
aiata iia I A.M. at ft f. M. mjHHif
f'g;? r TJL1J H U. !-'- J.JUU -111
ALIKE TO THE DESI'OT AND
Ji 1 i
DEilAGUrjUTT. TEARLtiS FOR TRUTH, FOR GOD, AND HUMANITY.
-.' r.i -Tr.
OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST, l,18.rG.
Li J1.' !. MS
rr A. PUS KIRK ft Co., ara ractlvin h
lltiarga.t and trii aMortairat of Kauiijr
Cmeerim erer cam to this narkat wlthoet any
aacaplions. , '
CORN AND CCB HILL
lnvcuud by CliarlcsLuaViti, auj
I'cU'Ulod ou tlie 27tb of Feb. L55.
ForSe by J. xM, NAlLOft,
Tha abota Mill hut the ino.t valutbl Ire prov
nient. in porlHtil turn Cob Mill., anil ilariapttd
to the t artouUriiiuiiin and Cra.hinK parpoaes
lor fctlin( all kiiid. ol Murk. V liu b sjntiu
of iVadiuc is now required and fouuif prootai la
THB AaVA NTAGBS THIS M1M. HAS OVSROTHEKS.
I, 1 That lha grinder, ara ln,ertit on movable
rings.whit h ara .a.t ol haiO mvtal . anu wl en
aura out ran ba icplacul by mw ring,, in 6va
minntn,, (or the small sum of ihrm dollar,.
Aiaa, this aiill run (rind tuiter than aey other
Cora and Cob Millctierc for sala. Ibis Mill
THB flltaT PBtMIUM AT Tilt OIIIOSTATI: ram,
of lha pra.nm yar( 16&) in a fair Irml with
lha Little CiiKiit.M.r. aod all other .11 1 n. brought
r. rompetition. Th l.xrrl.'or Mill aill unnd
from ten to Sfteen bnaliel, hourly, arroriliiiv t
tha ilezi reof (inanat,and (an ba worked by i
or iwo nnre.
Nov, 30th J M.NAYI.OR
( knremeTew.Ukepl.Mnrein annniininf to onrTrienrf,
" Rnilpnlr.in, tlint we ri In r-i'ipl of h l,rs.-r iloi k of
tj erif-.thee w, everlmuirht lolhi, nt.rkel. c'un.ulinc
I inrtif a v.rv irzr e,.nr!ni,.nl of tiig-.r., vr.ii. MnU.i...
I eon'i.e,lnliili.-o, riiiei. kio., 4ie., i-vrry lhm(r io the jro
i ervlin. i;iv. u, n cull, we are baueii fen eekl is large af
1 II A. Bt'MKIBK P.
Ortatier3lh"S3. No. S Shehae'HIM:k.
VA"Ll'Ai.'E"cVTY PRO l Olt
TwoUrje anilBne brick hon,i itealeil on Wr.tM.rkel
atrfct,(ifie with en open from ,nitMtil. fur iiorfi. I lie other a
flue Urge n,velilnf well tWanltcrt wilhcOBecni.aloulunild
incf&c.. 'I'liiiiriicr'jr willbe .old oil remonable tcrni,,
J NO. A.MYERS.
K. ft. ToraMfiM Maker.; aflne Ueaneforaaleoheap
Timn.Oelober llith, IMS.
flVK PRTNTI.SO OK EVfCRT VARIKTT EXItCCTKD
WITH DISPATCH AND AT TUB MOST REASON
ABI.B KATE4, BUCH AB
WORK BEAUTIKIXLY EXECUTED.
f-fT akALSOjiK-rO-0 '
II. VKra, larr,, Ikvittio Caana,
HasaataCooinri ITS. Kul MOTli e,,
LaTraa-llsalil, jlrHiMC, Caaoa, llitx llaaul, liLaaas,
RULao Wukk, end
BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS.
Ciaet Laaa, IlLaxa Limn, I'aoaaaitHS.IlLAsa Uaaps,
and every variety Qfoltii'ial tilank,. ( ,
Inlhe eiecullon or fine work tne Tribune office ha,
Bvcnv iNartNOS erxom-v-so -rena wore"!
7 All CEI'JOT3trt)?t '
tThiiOfflrareMieedfrora lha Beaeoa Cooaly Ad sad
IN 1354 raUiiUH FCR BEST Ju3.iGriK
IN 1855 A PREMIUM FOR " " t ,
t7"Allworktokaeorreel,or NO CHARGES. T.reo, a,
LOW A AT ANT CITT IN OHIO.
VV. C.CRAY. Proprietor.
W A R E R O O'M S,
Are luppllrd with a variety t( tha be,t Initru
menu, from tha mom pe-iular Fatr manufac
tories, oinnur, whiuh ara the Juolian Altarh-
eot, together wilb a nuuiber of
of the Gnettlone and finiah. Tha, a inatruinents
are all reeniuiuended by their awoatnen of tune,
delicar- of lourh, and durability. They will ba
sold at the lowe.t rates. The utuaical pablic ara
re,p ctfully requeued to rail and examine thtse
in.truaients for thein, elves.
Hooni, ia the Commercial blork.
apr.i , . VV, VI GALLUP.
N ew Estalishmeut. :
SPLENDID STOCK OF IIATS. Tka
fineat atock of good, ever brought to this part
ol the country may be found at
Bowne ScCo 'i Hat and Cap Store,
ill Mailtlan's old stand, Loo in i. Block, next door
to Na lor's Iron Store, cnu.iatina of Hsts snd
Ce;a of every eenety, ,och as Beabe, Cienlu
Leaiy.riilk Hala, Sprina; Styles, fan inia, Leg
horD.Caatou hlraw, Silver Siren, Caaipear.hy
Marlrabo, and all other klude, too tedious to
.aaiitio. Alee some aew st lea, Cap., Drab, Ot
ter aad Bearer. i " .
W'Bowaa being preclltal halter, he will
drais and Iron aod make oH hau look as good
as new. '
Tkaae goeds will be sold IS per ceat.
Chen per than they can ba bought la this West
ern country for raatlr pay.
They elea have a lerire atock of L'mhrellaa
The hirhaat priea iaid In ee.h o ell kinde of
SHIPFINO rt'RS. auch a. Mink. Coon, Mutk
Rat.ete. WILLET BUWfiE CO.
April II, 1856.
QA HHDS. dlff, rent grades coffee, ' RatneJ
ZU eed crashed sugar for eele by
This romntnT ha annointvi. tha aadrrvirnad Inatraraat
aaJ I am n prtrtf(i tak? inr.r v sii4iint tot b firsa.f
oa all iiropifi not s n l'rr ' i II in il4 linitl. of 1 1 ftln
arnft'i.i 'rsiafw, al suif ict I'M totra taarad allka
ia taa Mrrckwut ' or h'stin..r'- .fir rn-irnt . or oa tha .
1 CAUH AND MUTUAL PLAN.
TlSoa wiBbinf to ba iasarad will do wrll to liva ma,
ali bf"wo laawtaf alaawhara, V IF. 0.au
mrt " if. Jfaf Ttta. OVla
BUSINESS DIRECTORY Poetry.
Air: Will they mies mo.
O, why ahoalii we vexa fer Buihanaa,
Fer Breleari Iga why should ws go 7
Ara they any bailer haa Douglaa,
Or Pierce, and his StrlngMlow crew 1
No I The People In triumph will lhander
From Mountains aaJ Prairie, to Sea
Our Platform Is FrkEdom r B Kansaa t ;
Our saoiio Fan IIomstS roR Tint Fhle I
Old Curl's aa Old Tegy, a Blue Light,.
A Ferlere'iM )et be renielua i
All tta Dtiajiacrai blroil ia his boHf, ' ,
Long ago ha In out of his velaa I
Will Democrat, lure to Backiailt,
A parly of Burktaltt 1 we'll si a I
Oer Platform It Freedom for Kaneei I
Our motto, "Free Homes for the Free I"
.. i . ' ,
Cae Poor Men forget le reeneeiber,
WUeu Old BVCB was willing lo gieel,
Tha uay when M 'chaniea ahonl.l labor
1 For 'f Csa( a Day, end A"e .Vtel f
He way take In hi horua and loitweer It,
Can bablol out tha record 1 Nt he I
Our Pisiform is F.eedoni for Knn.as !
Our luutu, "Frua ItumeS for the Free !"
O, the Free working Men of Ohio
Cau thiiif.and willai't for lliennelves !
They'll laughter Old Buck for hr sutler.,
And let him DUT UP on the shelves
And the Bhkakim' Bhid ik soon will bebrolen,
A Kentucky ruin 'twill ba I
Our Platform Is Freedom for Kaniae !
Our uiolto, "Free lloiuct for tha Free !"
O, who hat forgotten the Plunders ,
Tie libel, of Adams day
Of bargain, Intrigue, and corruption
Set adoal by Ol.u Bl'CK upon Cl AY t
Thee how can yoe vole for Burlianan
Free Men. can jon answer It 1 Say I
Our Platform is, Fbsedoji ron. Kansas!"
Our motto, "Fait HoMts roRTHB Frke !"
Air: Will they mies mo. Select Miscellany.
This interesting npueimcn of wUt
member of Congress may become,
through evil associn'ioim, lm littely re
turned from Washington, nnJ is threat
ening lire and sword to the people of Cir
cleville should they continue to support
the Fremont and Dnj'toti ticket. IJy the
way, we heard a good juke connected
with this modest and unprtttnding indi
vidual low days since, which may be
worth repeating :
Some years ago, before the Doctor was
as extensively cngagod in banking ani
in conducting financial operations as st
present and times past, he was returning
over the mountains in a stage coach filleil
with western members of Congress.
The flask had been circulating pretty
fiecly, all had told their stories, had had
their laugh, and conversation began to
flag. One old gentleman sat quietly en
sconced in tho corner taking a snooze,
when the Doctor, slapping him upon the
back, culled upon bim to sing a song.
I don't sing, gruffly replied the unso
cial passenger, Well, then, old fellow,
said the Doctor, spin us a yarn, or tell us
what you were dreaming about. Oh,
very well, said the gentlomnn, I can
readily give you a description of my
drism, for it has loft a .vivid impression
upon my memory.
I thought, said lie, tliat as we were
coming down the mountain, the horses
ran away, and as they aine to the brink
of a precipice, horses, stago coachi dri
ver, and ail, were precipitated over.it,
and down, down, down, we went, a thou
sand feat, to the bottom. Of course we
were all killed. The first thing I recol
lect was finding myself and all my com
panions in the presence) of his Saianic
Majesty, . He was surrounded . by lio
imps, in the midst of flames and sulphur.
One of the imps acted as usher, and ta
king hold of that gentleman, (pointing
to one on the front seat,) he presented in
great state : Who are you and where
did you come faom? inquired his cloven
footed highness, in tones of thunder!
Oh, said the poor Irenribling mortal, my
name is ; and I am a member of
Congress from Indiana. 0, bo, said old
Kick, member of Congress from Indiana,
hoy? I don't know that I have any use
for you yov can stand aside.' One af
ter another of all my companions were
presented, gave their names, their profes
sions and business, and were ail set aside,
until a thick-set, dumpy, fat, banJy
legged fellow, with spectacles on bis
nose, was brought up. Who aft you ?
said old Bekubub, and where are you
faom? Oh, said the terror-etricken indi
vidual, please, sir, my name it Doctor
Olds, and I am a member of Con trews
from Ohio. What! said the Devil, Doc
tor Olds of Ohio 1 This . is not' Edson
B., Is it? The very came, replied the
Doctor, looking asquint at bis prototype
the same, at your servioe. Hurra here,
boys, jump around) shouted' bia Satan
lo Majesty, with great expitement jump
around boys, unscrew my tail quick!
and screw it onto the Doctor tba re's no
farther use for me here h' Captain
ttow ! And as he vanished in the smoke,
the noise made by the infernal crew in
congratulating their new captain, awak
ened me, and I was gUd to Cod it noth
ing but a dream..
The laugh raised io the coa.cn at the
expense o? the Doctor, was heard a mile
off. and ever since then be has never beea
known tosk a fellow passenger to rola
O. S. Journal.
A witness io a recent case of as.
tault, tried at Greenock, stated that bet
saw the complainant fall several tiuios.
He considered bim neither sober nor
drunk, but only bo ro .tch the worse for
liquor thathe could not stand, lie w4
convinced, however, that another of thej
drunlr., because be crept tip
stair oa hi hands nd kwnrn.
4T On Saturday ersning RAsiaar, of
Ken Ion, attempted by a mass of mosl tin
blushing falsehoods,, it administer conso
lation to the slave demooracy of this
p'aoe. At usual, hi undertook to ljh
the people into subjection by asserting
that the locofoec party south would dis
solve the Union if Fremont irse elected.
Un the Kansas diuir.uities lis was pe
culiarly mendnuious. For instance, be
said there was bjt fwo laws passed that
any person objticled to, when the lying
mountebank kno the whole Missouri
statute book, with ai! its monstrous and
oppressive laws, (abiiilging liberty of the
prise., of speech, and making these slave
laws irrepoalable,) was enacted in a sin
gle aot, anJ mvJu binding. Hi said the
laws of Kansas and the legislature by
which they were pasted was made sVyni'
by Roeder, when he knows that from the
beginning the ruffians ignored Reeder'
authority, admitted Itssislutors" that be
had refused certificates, and drove others
off to whom certificates were given. It
is not worth while to allude to the re
mainder of the glaring falsehoods of
which his "speoch" was constituted.
Ho admitted aud argued the following
1st, That the Kansas legislature Is
legal nnd authoritative body, capable of
enacting laws binding upon the people.
2nd. That resistance to the laws of the
Rufiian Legislature is TritasonI
3J. That the only mothod of redress is
to go before Judge Lecompte nnd have
Aim decide the legitimacy of tho laws.
4th That the Free Stale mon wore res
ponsible for the disturbances in Kansas,
and not the ruffians, but admitted that
llie ruffians had gone a little too far in thuir
retaliation upon the Free State party.
Now suppose we admit, for the sake of
argument, that President Pierce and the
rufiian s have managed their villainy by
means of the power vested in the locofo
co government at Washington in such t
way as to be beyond the reach of law,
then who in Heaven,' s name are - we to
bold responsible, or bow re we to seek
redress ? Common sense pointa to the
rernody. A President and a party who
thus abuse their power to outrHge every
principle of justice and right must be
driven from thtir power by the people.
That is the conclusion of the whole mat
ter. Tim slave-democracy havo trampled
law, justice, humanity, and their plight.
ed faith to subdue Kansas, toslnve-breed
ers. But if they had accomplished this
by their liyitimat power, is it Io be sup
pjsed tho people would the less detest
their dastardly motive, and abhor the less
the damnable act they have consumma
ted ? '"
At the close, Oon. Wilson made a few
of those touching' and eloquent remarks
for which he is bo famous! ' He said 'in
the blandest manner that "the black Re
publicans ought to be sent to hell, every
one of them !" Now we respectfully
submit to our gallant Ointral that to get
lid of their company he will have to send
them th other direction I It is genera My
understood that he is emigrating io that
dijagreeably warm climate himself I
!' a '
Buchanan on Labor.
Buchanan's endorsers claim that he
held the following lunguage ia 1840:
. "Of all the countries on the earth, we
ought to have the most consideration for
the laboring man."
If he said that in 1843, he has turned
a great eommerset since. Now he . do
mauds that the "laboring man" shall be
bought and sold in Kansas 'like cattle,
and begotten ii bred in the same way that
mulos and hogs are. He also advocates
the policy of breaking down the contract
by which the Western territories are the
property of the free whito laborer,; and
giving their proporly to stave breeding
For holding the following doctrine in
Congress, Hon. II. 3eward is denounced
as a traitor and adisunionist, by the loco
foco press here and elsewhere :
There; is no higher law than the con
stitution, which regulates our authority
O.r tha domain.
It (slavery) can be and must be
QlolUhed and you and I must do it.
Correct your own error that slavery baa
ny constitutional gua-nnlies which may
Hot and ought not to be relinquished."
1V regAjf this as eminently just aod
sound damotrk'.io republican, dcastrine.
Wv holi that slatrory is aa evil S hd
that there is no guarantee foe it which
mey not aud which oHjU not to berelia.
quvsbed. The locofoco parly,, by. de
nouncing this patiiotio sentiment, ad
mit that they boll that slavery is a bus
sing and that it should be perpetuie;l.
imarded. cherished, and el'oiide I. I
0f contomp'.ible serfs of slave-
. , . . . favor
' J i t
of slavery 1 1
Toombs, laid lf Gotiress, sbout three
years Bgo, that he would yet call the roll
of bis slaves en Bunlsr Hill nd h)h
t&ena through the corn fields of Ohio,
This Toombs reported ft bill for the "pa
cification f Kans.," and now the loco
foco stumpers,' and press, iu Seneca co.
and elsewhere, are denouncing us fr
not sustaining that bill I If the Devil
were to report bill ftr the extension of
slavery, those Buclianiers would throw
up their- bats and hurrah for it. '
The Supreme Court of the United
Slates, Ootninling of seven looos and TWO
old line vrhis, decided that the chsrleii
of five banks exempted them from the
late Obiu Tax laws. The State spent
several thousand dollars in litigating the
question before) that oourt, and was cast,
by it, unto the costa.
The locofoco press is now bowling be-'
run so the state doesn't sue the banks again,
with the absolute certainty of defoat be
fore them, and tho absoh.te certainty of
being cast agnin in the costs 1 These
looofocos make splendid f.nancitri, don't
they ? 1 1
Our cotemporary in blarneying Irish
men says : '
II is volo will be given to perpetuate,
ss his blood was freely shed to obtain :
LlBRRTf rrR WHITE MEN OF IVBAT CI.IME
AND Of KVKRT CHKED.
And if for whito men only, then slave
ry for every other color of mon of every
clime and of every creed 1 That is very
good BuohtnioT doctrine, very sound
"democratic" principle. In short, that
is one of those "glorious "principles" of
which we hear bo much 1
Very Consistent The BucliAnlors
first charge that Fremont is a proscrip
tivo Know Nothing candidate, and then
that he is Roman Catholic
Nuxt they tell us they a ill dissolve the
Union if we elect him, because of bis
"hostility to the rights of the South"
his "abolitionism;" and theu they assort
that ba is a slaveholder I
Provo that he is not and never was a
slaveholder, and they at ouco threaten
to dissolve the Union I t case of his elec
tion, because be is an abolitionist.
Prove bo respects the constitutional
rights of the South, and forthwith they
re-assert that be is a slaveholder. In
short, these magnificent logicians :
Confute, chance lis, mis, snd still confute
"They will tell that such n Democrat
denounces the A ebraska-Kansas bill, thai
such a on denounoes the platform, and
they know they are lying in their throats
when they make these assertions, Lot
the Democrscy give no heed to the lying
slanderers who are retailing the eleotiou
eering falsehoods, concocted by Black
Itepuulican leaders. Auv.
The above liltlo ebullition was proTok
ed by the "roar" raised in a certain hotel
in Scipio by the following conversation :
"(llio George ('Cl. S.') whollhe h II did
they mean by adopting that platform T It's the
titwdest tiling that I evr lead."
"11 sh, M.i J., d u it, you're talking too
"Oh, well, I suppose we'll have to do the
best we can with the d d thing, but 1 wish
titty hid been in It 1 when hcy mads it, snd
Old Jim along with them when he swore he'd
enforce it. V n 'cm, I say I They've laid us
out oool, the d d fools II"
"Msj., you're crsryj don't you hesr them
dd wooly heads laughing 7"
It appears our neighbor denies the
wholo thing io advance We give bim
.the benefit of the denial, adding that we
have heard a good deal of merriment over
the aflitir, and merely publish U to ex
plain his denunciation of it. Wo desire
to do justice both to the swearing Major
aud the laughing "wooly heads."
Splendid Sport! The Law regulating
the Amusement of Shooting
Judge Crawford lays down the law
concerning the amusement of waiter kil
ling as follows. It is from the charge of
the jury in the Herbert case t
1. If ft sudden affray arose between the
accused and the deceased, aud afterwards
several other persons interfered to ssjiot
the deceased, and by these assailants the
defendant was borne down and beaten,
and the defendant had rtaion 0 believe
that he was iu imminent danger cf treat
bodily barm, from which he could not
safely escape, and while In this posit ion
tired the pisiolby which the dosd
was killed, it tea- imjuJitmtnt latt
cat of txcutiU komiciJe, and it u uav
nviOrtVi, ; in th ahttnet nf fortnudiaiix
and malic by whom th affray wat eons
tilenced. " " ' "
And it it alio mot material that th ac
cuted might have escaped befoif theim
iiuiioiit Juiigor enme upon him, if at time
t , i peril came he bad reason to believe
!.'m-elf in imninent peril of life, rr of
... .. t l... . 1 I A iW.
-e.f. LTirtillj imillj, ain, w lien no uivu ill?
p.s'.ol he ootiM not safely exeape.
n (1UIIIU nut rmroir ver.nns.
7b'A.fB authorized Herbert to .
th li tif AVoJii th neceetiiy for da-
Qd St be artnal; fw if th cir
cvmifuaces rr MzK si to imr hi
( Herbert' an.'u, er'A et
Urf lk,tt iacA ntctttity wot imptndmg, it
aw, tcufU. 1
Wow Just mark U. liberality of t! e
above. Herbert or any other sportsman
may HM the esuli; then U it no dif
fere nee. wl.e'hs lie it in daitoxr of cstch
ing himself tho'; thrashing he Intends to
give, or not, bu if he rmsgt he la in dan'
gtr, if he TtUMU he msy be beaten him
self, be isjimiidi ia shooting the Irish
man down J
w .11 t. ... .1 ' r- . . , ,
en, un iuji ii noi ,;. aleioorl or
the sportsman , whoever he rn iy be i,
possibly, coward, he get frightened,
.-.I .i . . .. . . .
emu uia. tnereirsj toot tne Irish asms
uo A-n, because hi THiru he is iu danger.
That is not all of this libers! law yet :
i lie spyrtsman guts behind a door, and
slyly strikes an Irishman with a stick.
and then escapes. Now be msy Justly
contiuae that tho i.-ishmati will thrash
him tho firet lime he meets him. and
ii,...r.... i... i.. , ...
.uncivil, iiu i) oiuuiou to snoot in iu down.
In other words, all the game he maris by
an iniullhe has ft pre-emptive ibht to
This it locofoco law on the subject cf
killing schoolmasiuis, and laborers of
every description, in Washington City I
Why so Hard on the Negroes?
Our locofoco cotemporary, and other
pro-slavery sheets which rm published
in Republican counties, assert that the
domocrscy only Rtlvocnte "squatter so
vereignty," and not the extension cf
slavery. (Look at Kansas !) Yet these
sheets are full of the vijest epiihots upon
the "Diggers." Now, what doos nil this
hostility to t! e harmless negro mean ?
What doos that InolToiisivo rat e do, that
these shouts are forever keeping ridicule
and contumely upon them ? The fact is,
'f those biped hyenas were not chained by
the laws of tho land, thcro is not a negro
in the country that thoy would not or tub
and soil, and bs eating and drinking hi.
body, blood and soul, bvforo twenty-four
nours. . ,
SisriirM M. Ooni x, nf Clinton.
Lewis A. lIxiLiust, of Clinton.'
Shade of Sancho Pnnta, what a team !
Stkpiiew snys ho i.t not mnning will not
make anj exertion will just leave it to
the democracy. In other words, Stephen
looks al his antagonist hnd snys : "l!.t a-
a-h ho ho haw haw. -haw I ! ! . Mtt
ruw? What the ditkuns would I
"The times demand and we must have
an ANTi-BLAVKnr constitution, ax anti-
SLAVBRT BlDLFi, A VD AH ANTI SIAVERT
FOR SHERIFF. ANSON BURLINGAME.
The above is quotod in the Seneca Ad
vertiser under the title of "Abolition
Disunion," as a reason why such men as
Burlingame should bo dofonted.
It being in the opinion of that sheet an
eiecrable doctrine dibunion in its ten
dencies aod unpatriotic in its character,
its converse must be sound domocrney:
just look at it : ' '.
Tho limes demand and we mut 1 ave
a I ro-slavebrt Constitution, a Pro
slavkrt Bible, and a Pro slavert God.
What monstrous sacialigel What hid
eous blasphemy I
jCJTThe New Orleans Delta writes
long "cock and bull story" about Jimmy
Buchanan's courtship. It begins by
laying the plan of the story thus :
"More thsn fifty thousand years sgo,
in far planet inhabited by nit 11 and wo
men with lik feeling;- nl pnsions to our
selves, there ooce exisluds great nation, "
Jimmy lived, loved, snd got the mitten
fifty thousand years ago! What a woe
ful old bachelor be must bo 1 But the
story toller goes on "to tell" about their
sparking s . ,
"No picture of fancied happiness was
ever formed by eithor, in dreams by day
or pi jht, which did not include the other
as its chief joy. Neither ever passed a
moment waging or sleeping w hen the
OTHER WAS MOT I'SIbEVT IN IloPX or reali-
The old reprobate ! Always with the
girl when she was ntspi.va, and when he
wasn't, wanted to bo 1 Wo suspect he
worried the life almost out of her with
bis torn -foolery. No wonder she gsve
bim tho mitten and married another
man, and it was a great mercy ootLlag
worse cam of it J
. Now we appeal to the ladies, if it
wov Id not have been more retpectable to
have married tho giil, aud not to biive
"carried ou" ia that way. There ian't
a prudent young l.tJy in the oouotry that
would not throw a tea-Lettk lull ol hot
water on Lira if he would come about. ;
. I . , ,
J'7 for Preside M-pooh- .
'. k Fi(i-
mo-jte-rs aie fc!.d with ni "
ue-jAMiiieijey, l, pun tj,n w
i ..r. v
io htfiUe cLurc'.ti." L.f,ut '
f Advert i t-?T.
Ho-lea-lol Whuop 1 That's I f ;,
on 1 Whis'.ilug as he g..ie by the j,'b-
fi-' from nil rut? ,.f e- ,
geU' S. Ti e J). ,
si.renih every dy. wt.;i , i H
"Brooks led his (i.iuinanv il.rn.i 'l
the Valley of Muxico. and was one tf tlie
hundred survivors out of one tlif.uan,l
of the regiment who r'urnt-d to iAoutl.
Carolina ihoujih tn un-leor-
shin courageous aud gi:i,"t mn, L'rmAs.
is by no menus ;)ai ooie or 4V(U eJCJ-
taoie. l.in. Juiiuuiiur.
Nt even the sj.in Brooks is so ba!e
aod bi ulnl thru the s,!ave-eurs sf the Nvrll
will iii oringe at hit f. at and lick Lis
blooly lian.U. Urojks. the coward wh
had ths sulscily i say he WouIJ Lare
shot funnier dead, ha J he auer efuy
resis'.ed his cuJ0-el. h .i-. 1..-J Ly tlit.st
COn'emp'ible, uiiserui;!.; synphants as a
"(ja'Uni uun" and a yi'tl.-man ! And
why ? Juit becauo La -ia a .iove-diiser,
and tlieiefore the propiiutor of their
bodies and (if tui-y Late a;iy) of their
We defy a panV, of his b:irr.?c.s ia
the annals of history. Vv'jg it so cheap
in service so bte, das arjly, and exa-ui-able,
by eueh number of pielentledly
honsst men, has uo pveeet n in this or
any other a,". Such serfs a n ti.o Sjorn
of men and the jer of devils.
af j?We have Leea delighted with the
manlier in which cur old friend If AL.-KT
of the Hamilton Intelligencer nMikea the
fur fly oil the opposition. Mr. Il.tlscy is
a regular Beng.d tigsr, he just "chaws"
FOR SHERIFF. ANSON BURLINGAME. A Bachelor's Defence.
An unnhrried editor wards off tbs)
iIhum!s made by his more f.jrtanuto brelh
re i in tho following stylo :
11 icheloiS nie styled, by marriod men
ho 1 ivo put th-ir foot into if, ar only
l.nll'peifected ! IxingH.oheerlcss vagabonds,
'jut Indf a pair t.f them-, nnd many other
cutlesare gjiven them; while on the other
liand they extol thuir own stnie as cue
of such perfect bliss, that a :hanie from
earth to heaven would bo somewhat tf a
doubtful good. If liny ore so happy,
why don't they enjoy their happinuas,
and hold their tongue about it? What
do half of thi nan get married for ?
Simply tint they may have somebody to
Jam their, stockings, sew buttons on their
shirts, mid trot the babies ; tlat they
m.ty have somebody, as a married man
once an id, "to pull otT their boots w hen
they nro a little Wmy." These fellowe
aro nlvvuvs talking of the lurielinoss of
of bnchelois. Loneliness, indeed I Who
IS petted to tJealh by the ladies with
mai ingeable daughters? invited to lea
and to i vetiing parlis, nnd told to drop
iu just when it is convenient? tho bache
lor. Who lives in ' clover all his days,
and when he dies l as flowers siren n on
his grove by a'.l tho girls who couldn't
entrap him 1 the bachelor. Who utiews
flowes on the niunit d mun's grave ? bis
widow? not a bit of it; she pulls down
tlio tomb mono that a six weeks' grief has
set up iu her heart, and goes and gets
nan iud again, she does. Who goes to
bedeaily because time bangs heavy on
his hands ? the married man. Who
gets a scolding for picking out the softest
side of the bed, and for waking up tha
baby when ho turns out in the nion.ing?
tho married man. Who has wood to
split, houbO-hunting and marketing to
do, the young ones to wish, mid zy
rervant girls to look afier ? tho married
man. Who gets divorced ? the married
man. Who is taken up for whipping his
wile? the married man. Fiimlly, who
hits got the Soripiuro on bis aide ? tha
bachelor. Si l'uul knew what he was
tulking about "Uo that marries does
well: but lie that marries not does butter."
jC'tTGlDDINGS AND h'DilONDFOW. Tllt
Washington correspondent of the N. Y.
Post relates the following anecdote :
Mr. Edmondson, during the present
session, inteirnpted Giddings in one of
his speeches, by approaching, nnd with
a menacing air, challenged him to "hay
that ugaiti I" The Miakeppeuimn retort
of the sturdy veto-on was admirahlv tel
ling. Shaking his white head with ex
citement, stretching foith lis arms w ith
indionrtnt (ieriance, the brave old giant
Co her ynur ,',vra how rhr lrle yon are,
Aail umke jour bunrJmeo Iremble,"
But don't come here !" Whereupon Mr.
Lidmondson returned to Lis seat.
aC-''D D Fsoi kdrels." Col. Ben
ton said, tho other ri.ty at Bolivar, Poik
county, that tho delegates from the 31
.Slates of the Union, composing tho Na
tional Democrnlio Convention, were l.e
harlots, male strumpets, sir; ii"t fit to go
to hell, for none were received in hell hut
those who had souls; and those d d
scoundrels had nothing but giizards
nothing but gizzards, sir. ll.iiivar Cour.
X3"DiJ you ever buy a horse ? If so,,
you have been struck with surprise ai
the great number of horses just Seven
years old. A shrewd Scotch jn ky whom
I once employed lo aid in tlio selection
of a horse, as he eximinnd the animal's
mouth inquired of the seller ''Low old
is he?" "Seven years." "Ah," said
Johnny, "that seven years ago was a
tremendous year for coks.
tJT Sns;birt. amiably, anr conscien
tious voting Indies, of a verv reullo tlis-
pixition, are invariably fond of reading
newspapers. This sort jn&Lii th li,t
Cbceitt T J Ammals. A S"IVSri gi,l
iri Loll. lori, IlilS been ti'.e 1 l.'l ' Y s'. '.'! '
or one nioir l.'n i i j r . r? i -r i ' . : ji . :
ing a keliie of boiliii.f nu'i r o 1 i : : .'.
Was tie-i; i-it'ii lilion li.'r li :.:. . '
BI,;m 1 ( i, t( , t
a uorae bv ovur ii i.