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N. II, 11 LACK l AN, oT.
OFFICIAL VAVV.H OF TUT. COUNTY.
F II 1 1 A Y , MAUOII 10,
SuVoribrts receiving tiu'rr Timers with
tho above nmrk il:iet"d ,4-ir3 their
name., will know that tl thnu fur which
they nibs ribed hrf cSprrod.
Mr. (J. I, rhvKKT nnthorir.cd to re
eive el?criptiohi, nnd contract lor nd-
vcrtivtnr, lor this paper.
l(f jaibllCllll C'HUCO:),
The Republican Electors of the IWn
fhip of Iifayctto, are requested to meet
In ('uucus at the Ourt llouso, in Taw
Paw, on Monday, March UiHh, ut 2 o'clock
V M. Ifcf5, for the purpose of putting in
nomination Mutable persons to bo suppor
ted for &c seveniV'f oWtis1iq officers nttUo
annual Township meeting to be held April
0th next. iS. T. Conway, Town
T. 11. Hahwisun, ) Com.
Dated March lf.th, lfi?.
KeituM eau uoeui--Antweri.
The Rei.ublicans of Antwerp Town-
tdiip, are hereby notified to meet in can
tus ut I ho Sehod House in District No.
0 in taid towhip e-w Friday, the 2Gth
inrt , nt o'clock, J'. M. to make nomiua
tioufr for townshijk oKkvrs for the ousting
year. Ry order of Town Committee.
Antwerp, March 10th, 15.
Tho. c of our readers who have watched
the progress of this bill in its Varans pdia-Ht-s
through the tremendous struggle that
has b en made, up to this timo, by the
administration party to carry thi, their
pet scheme, thro' Congress are, no doubt,
;mxioii4 to know what will be the jinak
of this most gigantic jsystem of fraud, and
oppression which has -over been recorded
in the annals of Congres?, and which this
nation his been suited nn t ) pubmit to
ut the dictation of the tdavc power.
To call it a fraud is to but faintly ex
press the enormity of the most consumate
Hwindle and downright robbery; that has
ever caluminated in the history of the tis
sue of the slavery oppression. On former
o:eadotis, th;y have accomplished their
designs, through citnniny, artibr, and
thy and subserviency of the north ; but
now, emboldened and appctized by former
micccss, they come out with mldacious in
solence, highway rebl-er like, and demand
the very life of the liberty of this nation
they demand that every principle sa
cred to the rights of a free people shall be
immolated upon the black altar of human
Ncrvitudo. Tho fugitive slave law, th
infamou T'red Scott decision, and the
contr'4 rf the federal government, rtY7,
mitit'tr'j and the jdii 'iry, was not
'kocrgh $ sati.-fy tlvi? 'unr.atraMe maw
iiov) wc mut surrender p'ymlar riyhft,
heaven endowed privileges, and quietly
submit to have the I k t vestige of indepen
dency and self-government stripped naked
from ouv brcthcru in Kansas and a gov
ernment forced upon thorn by Congres
sional usurpation and U. S. bayonets,
ni led and ubetted by executive bribery
and corruption, fimply because they wish
to bo free from the polluting contact of
No fiti tauijure of fe'blul legislation
has ever, so universally and justly, called
forth such a .ipowtv.cas burst f indigna
tion as has arisen from tho entire north'
since this aeheuio Cnt concocted and
exposed to th! pubhe eye. Ihc entire
press condemned it in the broadest and
most unmeasured terms public Speakers
denounced it everywhere and even tho
most abject and subservient of the dave
worshipper, did not believe that even
Ruchamn, sold and paid, frr n he was by
the South, would have had the hardihood
in the facer nad ryes of northern irnbgna
tion and northern virtue, to force this
mea.-uro upon the country, and thin add
unother spot to the already deep dyed gar
ment of hi political infamy. Rut with
him, the liver Styx is passed, body and
rotil, h.r ;;tmc to Fandemonium, and
vvil r j'irit- are tho prime ministers of his
counvd chnmlter. (au .1 moro gn'm audi
wttanir set of conntrr.ancr-s b conceived
of, than when Jhiuch Ruehanan, Tiwi.
Ca,s, Calhoun, and othT tnitonn4 advis
ors rat in cabinet conclave and derided
that thi. no asuio mu-t pass Congress Aol
then K forcoil upon the people of Kansas,
evrniftlc! plains thereof h odd beenrieh-
d bv the lit bNnl of it ni tn.
Rut what sliU wo y of thoc mrm-
Ms of Congrrw wlr ) were ehr ted br th J
i . . ... I
J . t
-it-a:ovrrninnf, nn I win, at firt, with j
ia hn-t in liiutiov?, Vr."iMn'"?d t'e"
swindling outrago as it deserved, nnd have
mikv, traitor like, sold tin ir jrrincijji s ami
In tray d tin -constituency fur n iuicrnhle
nicts of executive ttage who uve put
their hIi" rc-port, manhood, nnd nnrTal in
tegrity upon 'the auetion blo.k vf ft 'slave
mart, mid fdiutfwdcshdy " o W "'toft" to
the highest bidder among u crowd of po
litieal negro huckster. To such men the
dark and damning retribution to which
their own infamy will consign them, will
he hut a Mor consolation to an outraged
public when the dcd f shnmc and dis
grace hhall he consummated. Fur con
Fummated it will he, if their i. potency
enough in the arm of executive pa'rtugo,
and venality sufficiently cfTWpt in the
House to carrv it through. It was onco
said, that 11 every man had his price" and
the history of the last two or three admin
iitmtionn have demonstrated it to ho n
truism. Jlrihery, LarV.r and traffic have
reigned rampant in our national IkiIIs, un
til we have nluio.st hecome accustomed to
view it with tolerance and now the
most stupendous and crowning act of vil
lainy ever nttenipted, we shall soon ho
called upon to ncuiesic in tm another fin-
alityyi slavery issue. For ja.M, we
liVtiv it h iff, cvtn if President Hflchanan
knew that it would province the disruption
of this Union, and a war of revolution in
Kansas and wr A whal tdiall be the
course of American Citizens in the event '!
.hall wo tamely and meekly submit to
firry grievance, until the last drop of pa
triotic blood is frozen in otr arteries?
Shall we eternally acquiesce, until the
bonds of slavery are fastened upon our
own necks ? Never.
Os y. ai'jhe into TifK I'if.i.d, Kcrcn
MCANs IA tlrj time is near at hand for
our town elections, it behooves the Re
publicans to be looking about f (heir
candidates. And let every friend oV free
dom remember that in view of the influ
ence upon next fall's election, and tho fu
ture triumph of Republican democracy, it
is t.f hc most importance that every
man is at the p-ls, and supports the Re
publican ticket. Do not dabble in 1 com
promise Union tickets they are only
schemes of a minority slave party to foist
into office a few of their own stamp;
when riiht and justice demands that
every office in the North be filled by Re
publkarts, until slavery extension shall
be subdttod. dominate good tickets, and
be ture and elect them. .Shall old lena-
wee with her fiftoen hundrol Republican
majority suffer half of her town offices to
be filled by men whosuppoit the Lceouip-
ton slave party r Ainswcr next April.
The Trtivt Fundi uikI the Mate Debt.
The lte report of the invcstlg-tfing
cxftninitte-t' wade ir frjm the tilrtcial ib
nmcntr, arrow? mat, during theyears liSf5
T0, '57, Uie Jicpublican administration
has paid for interest on the Trust Funds
which were used by the former adminis
tration, the swm of 81-7,09(5 07
The amount paid during the
three prcteoding years, frr
the same, was 25-3,313 GO
Reing an excess of Sl7l,f52 17
paid by the Republicans over the amo't
paid by their predecessors for the Fame
length of time.
The amount of interest paid on the
State Debt, thring the last three rears
if f 271, nil 01
The amount paid forthesarrre
iiunng mo mice
Reing nn excess of Stiin? tS
pail by the Republican administration
over the amount paid by the " Democrats"
in the three proceeding years.
Kxecs jid ou Trust Fund
Dbt, gl71,r,W 17
" ytato DeJt, hM,.'177 O'J
Add to this the total amouiU,
paid during the last three
years for Asylum, Hou.se
of Correction, Agricultural
Colh-go and other .iate in
1 1 -
more than was paid under tlrj iM three
years of " democratic" rule to say nothing ,
of many other exp-nics rendered necessary
by the rapidly accumulating interest of
ur f-rvwiug State.
Notwithstanding the fact! b"VC shown
and while the ann-omt iu the Treasury had
decreased in the three years of ISepubli
can niHTrngfment but (0 J l I, the State
tax imposed upon the pvpk ban bven kmt
K0 ijr year hr.4 than tho average
yearly tax for tho seven previous years of
" Re iuu: ratio" manaeiru ot.
These facts cannot bo gainsaid ; and every
intelligent reader cmi kiow them without
further comment. TLey vindicate the wis
dom a economy of the Repub administration
and render the sonsatiou humbugs the
"Mop their' cry of the organs of treas
ury plunderers whom the jieopre dis
charged from- service more than threo
years ngo, nnd who are madly and vainly
struggling to get another chance at tho
blic crib a- powoilo.-H and coutcmp4b
Lie -I hey are UU. and mendacious.
(rand Uojdtla llojf. .
A WonMNo LKisr.ATt ur.. Tho Leg-i-htnre
rf Texa h a ronnikablu body,
nnl it a l tbn.i without a pir ilh l. They
nave a I irge nm oint of kuMncs on hand,
J"'1,. f,,r "Ws lrn lr '" d
bol'ling ihn o sessions a day foreman,
a . - . ' . .
iatteinoon niu evemny. In th.-t. S,.v
4 ,VP n,J,pi n frth, n .
i 'i before
" Their washing bill, as allowed by the
Roard of Auditors, amounts to ?77,'.r)."
J uit tit u: .( , .o id it .
The Jart omin'-i unfortunate in cojiy
ing 1'rgures, nearly always getting them
duuMf, as it bus in the above extract.
As the Lansing Ut publican remarks:
" Under nil administrations, and as is
everywhere the custom, the State olKces
have kept heeommolaions for washing
hand- involving the expense of washing
towels. And, tho State otlices and the
huu?e have cieh a j-or'tcr, who Is reuirol
to sleep in the buildings for their better
protection and it is eustomarv among
civilized men, to have bed clothes some
Tho Republicans found the Augean
stables of the State to filthy when they
took possission of them, that the work of
cleansing and renovatiou seemed really,
like thai of Hercules, a labor-punishment
beyond human power, but, like the anci
ent hero, thuy get out to perform the task
imposed upon them, and after immense
labor and free use of water they have
washetl the 6tables clean. They are now
pure and in order. And, as the ancients
applauded Hercules for his success in
cleaning tho stables of Augcas, so do th
people of Michigan applaud our Republi
can officers for theirs, in cleaning tho sta
bles at Lansing, and will willingly pay for
washing the linen accessary to clean them
and keep them clean. Dttroit Tribune.
The Nwmnp Lauds
Wo arc authorized to state that the
Commissioner of the Land Office intends
to offer our State Jands for sale at the
earliest possible moment, home little
time will lo required to pet ihc list ready
for press, but they will be advertised and
sold without a day's unnecessary defay.
Numerous applicants have already been
made -it tho Land Office, by those who
were not aware that the Uths canntft be"
gold until advertised.
No rcrson has been more anxious to see
these lands sold and tinder cultivation than
Mr. Trcadwell; and while tlo public have
aimoit without exception, jestitied him in
withholding ifccrrt Under fo'raicr laws, they
need have no fear that be will rot now
offer "thorn for Bale without delay. Ho is !
giving his whole attention tj the subject ;
and wc know ho feels a great load of anx
iety removed, uovf that he eau oiler the
hiids for sale under the practicable law.
Calhoun still Uoi.pi.no Rack tiik
Kansas Kltxtio.v RutLkxs. The fin
al decision of Mr. IWlwuu, in regard to
tho result of the State doe t ions of tho 4th
of January, is to be uithhtld ntd A'wmj
shall'lc admitted a a Mate. This ist w
doubt, a wV; dcchiontfui' vert he to jive
certificates of election to cither party, at
2rcsiutt it xcould necessarily rmbarass the
action of Conjrts. If the certificates,
overlooking the returns were givcu to the
free State candidates, the South would be
dhsatilied ; even it they were g".veu to tlw
pro-Slavery party, Uongrcrs rwld pAi
without a severe struggle, ivung in Kan
gas as a State under tkS Lecoinpton Con
stitution." This is undoubtedly authentic. Cal
houn, under instructions from the Presi
dent of the U. S , is keeping the returns
in his pocket ! The will of tlie Vcop'o is
to be made to conform to the will of one
man At St. lntis, Calhoui announced
the election of a Tro-Slavcry Legislature.
When he reached Washington, he declar
ed the success of the Tree State men.
Now, ho is holding the canvass in reserve,
to suit any emergency which may are.
Of all the piece's of braieu rascality
connected with thi controversy, mmc
surpasses this in cool impudence. And
it is practiced umk-r the very nose, and
doubtless with th approval, of President
Rccbatnu ! Js it strange, when such
outrages are perpetrated in the very Capi
tal of the Nation, that thy IVuple emid.r
Remocraey a sham, fraud an J bwiudle?
If Calht-un had done in Kansas what he
is doing in Washington, ho would have
been hung up to the lir.-t tree reached by
the .Jury. In Washington he is applaud
ed, and will bo rewarded for his villainy.
l'toin Halt l.nk.
St. Louis, March 12
The Council Rluff lhtjh of tho .'M says,
a Mr. Winegate, just arrived from Salt
Lake, with dates to January 2."ith, reports
no snow in Salt Lake valley, and very lit
tle on the mountains. lie came by a rente
kuvwu only to Mormon mountaineers, by
emcn in mdcjc me cau r.a an
army Undiscovered. The ioUu- p3e,s be
tween perpendicular rt.ie-ks, Li mile, and
many places is only .') feet wide, complete
ly covered ly rk rt-f.
Tho Mormons Are manufacturirg small
cannon with iercusioii locks and t' leseope
sights to carry two jnund ball vith as
much certainty as a Cannon l iile, .mc hun
dred and twenty yards; also, making five
hundred revolvers i!r week, and manu
facturing coarse powder fur mining pur-
A skirmish occurred between the Mor
matM and picket guard of the army in
which 2 of the former and four of the latter
w re reported killed.
Rrigham Young is willing th civil offi
cers hhould cine into the Territory and
enter upon their Julie-, but if tlio army
attempts to enter tho valley they will bo
On the 21th of Janmry, Young preach
ed to DOfHJ peojde, all of whom ro,o when
Young requested tlioso in favor of giving
tho troops. Ib.ll t-j ri.-;e.
A letter ftom C-ipt. M ircy, d.,ted Tao,
January LMth, says tho were Ul days io
m iking the hip ror L0f) i,M, . they en-eout.tei.-d
snow from 2 to f f..tt .Jeep, nod
male only 30 mik in 10 ,lVs, nnd livid
on srarvr'1 luuios lor 11 il1v- (no
r.-rl-horj atld nuny w,r. 1m JIv fro..,.
- on: or 'Vi ini w . i
AVasiiinoton, March Oth, 'R
Affairs are drawing to a locus bore.-
TI'vre is to be hanl lighting next Week.
Tiro lecomptonites have resolved on the
previous iiestion next Monday in the
Senate. They will pass their bill by seven
or oik'ht majority. When (Jrcen announc
ed the intention to call for the previous
uuc.ition, 1'ouglas I(oketl disconcerted
lie .said nothing. That practice bus never
yet been resorted to in the Senate. It is
f. serioui matter when a State of four mil
lions of people, like New York, for exam
)de, ri.-cs to speak and cannot be heard.
Rut wucrrcr right or wrong, Douglas can
not complain, for he threatened the same
thing in 1854, and Mr. (.'lay on one occa
sion intimated that rt might become nec
Tho Lecomptou majority in the House,
is estimated to be about ten. Xiblack of
la., who voted with us on Harris' resolu
tions has gone back to his wallowing. He
is counted for Lecoinpton. Absurd hopes
aro entertained by ou? friends of .Joe
Rurns, of Ohio, Col Marshall, of Ky.,
and Mr. (jilmer, of N. 0.
Stephens intends to report from Har
ris' Committee on Thursday morning.
There will then $ two courses open to
the majority. They may call tho previous
ipiestion on the bill which Stephens will
present, Or they may wait for the Senate
til!, which will get to tho House about
Wednesday, the 17th.
The minority of Harris' Committee
probably furnished their reports last
night. The error of this part of the Com
mittee consists in its consenting to act
after it found that the Speaker had pack
ed the Committee. I do not think tho
struggle can Dow be proJoriged beyond
MondaV', the 22d mst. I he Republicans
contemplate resisting by parliamentary
tactic?, for which they have ample war
rant, hi the decisions of Orr, during the
last night session, when he recognized
and put to the House, all sorts of frivo
lous motions. When tho House adjourn
ed on that occasion, twenty-two ca?ls for
tho yeas and uavs were riled rpn vro
unr.a nnd dilatcry motions. The prac
tice then recognized by the Speaker of
receiving, perMiifg tho wain question,
motions to excuso members from voting,
would carry the House around in a cir
cle of motions and calls for six hundred
years, should it so long last.
The President is said to have made up
his mind to send a special commission to
Spain to buy Cuba, This commission
will .g? out within the next thirty days;
its instructions are now under prepara-
tier. S'pa'in l"e offered tbt obi price;
92,00,000,000 as before. if sho does;
not acoept those terms, tho island will be :
simply seized to bring her to reason. Dix
knew of this project before he made his
Tammany Hall speech, nnd no J?uvt
poets to bo in tho commission. How
great are the mutations of affairs ; ten
years ago, Dix was the free soil candidate
for (vf rn?r of Xew YorV, battling man
fullj fr.t freedom.
A messenger hs arrived from Kansas
with the evidence of the fr.iuM in all Cal
houn's thetions, which was taken ey the
board of cvmmfssioney appointed to in
vestigate those returns. Tho evidence
makes the lads upjKar more atneious
than the reports of them from unofficial
Calhoun now clatuM to have discovered
frauds overbalancing those coiumitted by
his. confederates, and asserts that ho sees
his way clear to proclaim as elected, the
whole pro-slavery ticket. No sensible per
son ever doubted that he would find excu
ses for doi;.g that from the beginning.
A movement is obviously intended for the
whole gang of felons from Marshall "bo
gus" governor, to Calhoun, are packing
up their duds, ready for a march. Ar
riving at he border they will doubtless
bo met by a strong escort of dragoons
who will conduct them to Lecoinpton,
where they will recommence their R'jidor
Mr. (ireen, the messenger, thinks, how
ever, that they will be met by the militia
of tho territory, no matter how escorted,
and salutod with bullets and cob btceJ.
Sale olSuamp Laud.
There have been entered at the Land
Office, up to l'cb. 21st, under the law pas
sed ii the extra session 7170 acres; ain't-
ing in the aggregate to !l,212 00. These
entries were by pre-eniptors, and those
The Commissioner is devoting his per-
soual attention to ihc proper and speedy
carrying oUt vf this law and Fccms much
owuinir lauds aojoinin
CUCVUraged with the prospect of sales uu
dcr it, and with tho general satisfaction it
is eiviug settlers.
N public offerings of these lauds can of
course be made, until after the expiration
of the sixty days from the passage of this
e. even to irc-cmitors in Sec. 11, to
orove and perfect their claims. Just as
soon after this .ts shall be practicable,
without any unnecessary delav, there wil
bo a general public offering of the lands
at such places as the Commissioner shal
find it practicable to designate. Lansing
He publican .
".TKssir.V 0 Kino. In Mr.
Ueecher's Church, Brooklyn, at the close
of the mofnsnc service yesterday, a collec
tiou was taken for tho benefit of the poor
in tho roo'Tejration. Among the audi
once was Mm. Fremont, " (Our Je.-ic,")
who, happening to have no money in her
pocket, rn tlio pnto was jassea, iook irom
her finger a In- ivy gold ring, and threw it
in, .n th-3 only contribution which who
v;i? ablo at that moment to tuale. 1 he
ring coiiVuih on the outside an engraved
It," fin allu-iou to a beautiful incident
in Col. Fieiiiont's passage of tho Kocky
M cn.tiius.) and on the inside, the in-
fi'iihtimi, ".Marc li ,
It will bo
j.j fr n charitable purpose, and will, no
.1 . i .. .. - - l ,.t. ..;., ir 7' :l
mbt. hnn-.; a hih pno:
"!'nlev you arc I'unvoliUMy NcixYrnted."
The New Orleans Crescent, of February
tli, prints a kttor lrom a lady in Mem
phis to a hister iu New Orleans, giving an
account ot the festivities on the occasion
ot the marriage of a brace of favorite
slaves, which lcter the Crescent com-
uiendj to tho " careful perusal ot North
em friends, who liro so much interested
m tho wretched slaves." The account
is a very spirited one of a happy wedding
between favorite slaves of kind and hu
mane owners, but no comment is needed
upon Northern sympathy for tdavos, when
ono of tho opeuing sentences of that letter
is read. Tho audience is iu the Church
awalt!ng tho arrival of the bridal party,
and the writer says :
About 1C o'clock the Rev. (Mr. Col
lins) camo in, and they sool followed.
First, Lewis and Caroline Lawrence, with
two bridesmaids and groomsmen, took
their places, and Mr. C. performed the
service beautifully tho whole service of
tho Methodist Church (very much like
our service,) but it made mo very sad in
deed, when, instead of the words, " until
death do ye part1 he used tho words,
il unless you arc unavoidably separated."
Then follows a description cf the party,
thus : ,
Lewis looked extremely well In his
black suit and white vest, and his brido
was really beautiful. She possosses good
features and a fine figure, and, lrom the
glimpse I got of them, I judged her to
have fino eves also. Her dress wa3 of the
thincst white tarleton, beautifully trim
mod all in white and on her head a
wreath of orange buds and roses, with a
flowing illusion veil Her two brides
maids were too whito to look well, but
they had fine forms and good features. -
They were dressed like Caroline, with tuo
exception of tho veil.
" Unless you are unavoidably separa
ted." Where did that recreant 1'ricst,
who at man's dictatidn, falsifies his vows
to his God, get his warrant for that inter
polation. The strongest support slavery
has; ?s t cowardly, hypocritical ministry.
Novel Crinoline Adventure.
A very pleasing episode was that in a
a traveler's life which took place on the
New lork hxprcss trairi George Wan-
dies, Coniilctor -oil the Central Head, on
rriday night last. At UaUlo Creek, two
gentlemen and a lady ono ot tho real
skirt cxpandortJ got aboard the cars hjr
Chicago. Ono gontlcman and his wife
had through tickets, while tho other paid
his Hire only to the fiit station. From
certain manifestations, Wandles, who is
keen on tho scent, concluded thai it was
tho intention of the trio to dead-head one
of tho party threv'gh. On arriving nt
Augusta, the gentleman did not get oil,
aud search being made ho was found se
creted in tho Ladies' Saloon. Ho was
brought fvrth and directed to leave the
train'at tho next station, but on arriving
thcro he was not to bo found. After a
long arl dilligent tearch, in which every
body had become interested, it was con
cluded he had looped off the. train while
in motion, speculation was rife as to his
fate, when a gentlemen pitting near the
lady of bi dimensions hinted that thase
hoops might tlo ro " a talc unfold." On
producing a light, four feet wct6 seen pro
truding from her petticoats', wh?ch it wa3
unreasonable to suppose, belonged to one
person, and tho lady was requested to
ri.e, which fihe did after some hesitation,
revealing tho lst passenger. Fire la
Cr inol in c. A'r lamazoo Gazette.
"State Wasiiru Woman1. ''Our
neighbor of the Telegraph assures lis that
there is no such office under tho Dingham
administration." Kalamazoo Gazette.
There is an office "under the Dingham
administration" called avhv ncrt nhd it is
filled by tho editor of tho Gazette. AoAi-
New Orleans, Feb. 20.
African Slavk Trade. An editor
ial article in the Delta asserts that the
South Ins already opened African slave
trade, and that tho regular depot is in
Mississippi, on Pearl river. Cargoos havo
already been received, gold and at work.
The Prlta fays, vessels generally use
the French Hag because Dritish cruisers do
not trouble them.
The St. Louis Calamitt. Un to
Monday evening eighteen bodies had been
taken from the Pacific Hotel at St. Louis,
and it was believed that moro would bo
fuml. The invrcil at tVo ho?Dita4 stilt
?aryived, and everything posiblo was be
"e-w 100,1 p11"'1 l01,
? Committee of itclief had obtained 81
100. It wa estimated that about &Z,000
would bo needed.
Ka7Tho Attorney General has com
mcuccd a fuH against Hon. Geo. W. Peck
the author of th-i " Kantrr Keport," td
recover bact: the sum of lour hundred
dollars twice paid to him by the late dem
ccratio administration for tho binding
of the Session laws of lb53 when reck
was State priutcr.
A Clean Sweep Tho Itepublicans of
Auburn, N. 1., made a clean sweep,
electing every officer on tho city ticket at
tho charter election on Tuesday. Tho
vote for Mayor tdood
Uriggs, Republican, ... 832
Curtis, American, - - - 310
Underwood, Democratic, - - 107
" The Hoard of Auditor alUwed, and
tho Treasurer paid ?U5,97 for ice. Dem-
That s right. This Mate, a others
have and do, and as every business man
in the country does, furnished it offices
and clerks with ice for summer u:.
The 'democrats' always did no, and it was
right. 'Ihcy paid tli W in lj) for the
same necessary article, l hat was all
right. This 'democratic howling' about
such piciynno nstt"rs U simply contemp
,Ncw Orleans, March II.
The ctc&uship Tonnesscc with Vera
Crua dates to the 7th, aud city of Mexico
to the 5th, has arrived. The papers are
filled with Ihc details of civil war in tho
States of Guerrero, Michoacan, Queretaro
and Guanaxuato, which display strongest
dieaffeetion to the new government. !).
blado, I'arddi and Arteaga, aro fortirbM
at Zelayain tho State of Guan.ixuato, with
0,000 men and 27 pieces of artillery.
Thj government forces wer-j near Ceyk
awaiting reinforcements, when it 19 sup
posed an action will take place. Robbery
after robbery is reported. Alvarez was in
tho field with 3000 cavalry against the
new government. Ihc .downfall ox Zuo
laga was considered certain.
It is rumored that the new goTcrnmc5-
is already pronounced for at Guadalaxara.
Gazza has possession of Tamtico, in tho
federal interest. Tho whole country 19 in
a lamentable condition.
Kansas. Tuesday, the 0th inst., was
the day fixed for the election of delegates
to another Constitutional Convention.-
The convention will commence its sessions
by the 20th inst., the constitution be sub
mitted to the people by tho 15th of April,
and be in Washington by tho 1st of May.
i tli one exception every person who
acted as a delegate to the Jjccompton cun
Biuuuonai convention nas ipu rvnnsas.
The Committee appointed by tho Terri
torial legislature of Kansas to investigate
frauds perpetrated in the election under
Itegent Calhoun have obtained unmis
takable cvidenco that the Gov. of Miseou
ri was directly implicated in those fraudsj
ho having aided by his advice in the ar
rangements for sending Missourians into
the Territory to vote.
p& We call attention to tho ai tide frord
tho Detroit Daily Tribune, presenting sev
eral items of expenditure by the present
btate Othccrs as compared with
turesby the Late Dordcr Kuffi:
cers for similar purposes
time the Dordcr Human
to draw attoution fronl
leaders at Washingt
are having much
Wo r.rc glad they
tween the aots
city, Laving n
in thttir lal i
havo triage ztv
als. in tho t
s K'Uiif j
iu tlio J
an Iiifirir.'arjr at D
.jin.1t accoig- 1
: Vlmt W
Ii tbo dll
rf, Ftumacflf .
J wkat iH i-
pony all Kttcra
iu an?wcr tuo
jour name, age,
raso in tho hal,
KUncy?, wou'b, ho
(Jbaractor 1 A l.w.-k
cl. Fitob, Dolj; V
ilcrfl from Detroit
ruilrua ls by exi'nv
ptora gt-iierolly. A
j y we?tcrt j
Dotruit, Mi h., box 11
Arunuo, near tlio Diddle 11
ftorj JoVrni Doctors
rrnko th di-af bear. N
tliat tb'j ocl.-br.itiJ l)rs
motlnxl of vuriti ' iloafaess by
go t Co .
tho car ii original. N. Y. Ti
f -UltJ ii ; ;
ti'ng t f tho cur.vVilify of Consun
t.:.: l. :.. n.s. -.Vi. . i
otIi o, kivI also At thir ofSco 'JiiJlY '
ll-Hi, l)titrKf, Mich, N Y. Mirr,. latui1
walk, th ttoaf bfiar, tho blind sco an '-.Atia.
ritoli, l.act l w .i otnfo. iirriKfichl ilnubll-
can Fitch, l..lo A Cw'fl motto is a goo-l oro
Never kill t'ruro, never make pick to uako vU,
hut ail nature t cure tlvo di-caso hy removing lhl
e.m.-'c. rittsburs Journal In tho treatment of fo-
nia?o li.M-CH, nnn perhnpf, excel Fitch, Dodga
V.o., S. V. Herald Doctors Fitch, Dodgo A Co'
treatment of fjonal disease.1, also of fomrvlo diit"t
and diiea-ts of tho kidney?, is mild but effectual,
by removing tho causo of dhcfwro, tho disc a so b
permanently cured. Kvening Ffrst The names of
Fitch, Dodgo t Co., focms to bo a terror to did
eaie. 15u(lalo Times Fitck, Dodo A Co., hava
becomo tho tnoit renowned rAvsiciaas cf tlw trJ
cnt tinw. Cincinnati TinoJ lleart rtn t lim diiu
eoOjS alo liver oomrda'.ht?, dypepsbl'', nnd rbT
matUm, becomo mero play cRir.? Iu k3 lidn'Jj of
Doctors Fitch, Dodge A Co., of Now York.
Dr. S. ?. Fitch' great work, tho result nf forty
years oxperknee, ia the old and new world, design,
cl for physicians and families, containing all nit
groai improvomsDu iu iuu un i icmaiv ji!nac,.
nod all grt-at discoveries, now in typv
price JK,. drdors for tho Went may bo al iro?s
cl to Fitch, lKIgo A Co., Detroit, Mich. An
alriJgod lecture by Ir. Dwdgo will- ia et by
mail to any ono (tending n threo ceat stamp. Dr.
S. Fitch's Mothers' Itclief Powders for making
labor and confinement pleasant, and should b
up61 by all persons in tho family way; and aljo
her Darren Towdcr.', a perfect curd for Uarreo
ncsti n's" her llogulating Fowdcr?, for all dv
raogment of tho menos, may bo ordered froo
Fitch, Dodgo A Co., Detroit Friro jcr package,
twenty-fire cout., or ten pkagea for two dollars,
ono d?en pwders In a package; directions at.
roiHpanying packages. One of Fitch, Dodo Jk
Co's agents will vi.it the following towns for the
jturposo of examining rases, for all such examine.
Hons m feoofono dollar will bo charged by tbo
ngont, tbo result of such examinations may he for
warded to Fiteb, Dodgo A Co., for prescription 4
Agent at Wayne, Monday, April 5th, Ypeilatrtl,
fth, Ann Arbor, 7th, Albion, Vth, Marshal, 10th,
llattlo Creeif,-12th, Klamatoo, 11th, l'aw Tftw,
K,th, Dowagiar, 17tk, Nile., 19th. 153-ly.
Oiils Grove ITurseries.
pHVf Van Ihircu Couutyf Michigan.
It L. IIALL Piftpiictor,
t70ULD t the ottcstion of tho citltoB of
V Van Ilnren Cwuntv. to his stock of
wLlfh will be soil refcrwnco ts tho times at
GHEA TL V ti EDUCED PRICES
f r f ah. Coir.t. an t f r vo'ir.'elvoi : lToll1
i i i" w ii
7 I wns I
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i ei ia ii
3? J dried) H
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dvucral AJp 1 1
j half ;i mil NT'h f 'lie Lx'.Uugc. 1 j-tl.