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OFFICIAL TAPKU OF Til); COUNTY.
FllIDAY, APRIL L 1 853.
Subscribers receiving their papers with
the above mark placed opposite their
uamtv will know that the time for which
ther ftnbjoribed hna expired.
Mr. C. P- Swkkt is authorized to re-!
ceive 8ubcriptios', and contract for ad
vertising, for this paper.
.tOtJT The Republicans of the township
of La Pujctte, met at the Court House iu i crats, being the first to discover, promul
in Paw Paw, in caucus, Monday Kveuing, gate, and put in practice that doctrine, iu
March, -Oth, ISoS. 'its political application, claim a kind of
T. A. (Irangor was chosen chairman, j prescriptive right to its benefits.
fl. II. Abram's Secretary, j The Kditor attempts to extract a little
It was moved and carried that the con- j political capital out of the circumstance
rention proceed to nominate Township I that we have been for some time without
Officers, which resulted as follows, viz. !
j:. C. Sutler,
T. K. IJeudrick
J. II. Prater,
Township Clerk. ;
4( dtuticeof the Peace, j rkeo, Ks.p, was nominated to that of
44 Township Treasurer. li(.0 ,y the Democrats, in 1 ."(;, and N.
4 Highway Com'issouer. j jr. lUtoly by the Republicans; and then
Schjol Ili.-peetei. aJ,s :
Constable, j . r. ITitelv and his friends v,l! Kncv,
" j " when h was placed iu nomination for
.lames Palmer 44
James II. Prater 44
Penj. Murdoek 4
P. M. CJliddcn " "
S. T. Conway k S. Homes, Township com
mittee. Move to adjvurn Adjourned.
T. A. (iranger, 4 Chairman.
P. II. Abrams, Secretary.
Next Monday, Let ciery Rtmhlirun be
out Let us .vusper.d oi:r private business
for on' vay aiid devote it t;" the l;ighet
gKd of our country Patriotism Freedom,
National glory aud National integrity
alike demand it at our hands.
Lt m.j bn " ici'ic tic like." Don't for
get tli 2 day remember that it is on Mnc
(cp no two days voting in this State. j Joul.-ioa h.l been made by the Supreme
Oar nominations are made out and hi (Vjurt, to contrary effect, but it was pub
carry them through with a "rush." .hvil ullly u fnv xmmlud before, and was
Don't ,j,lit on v.jrululatr. Rvery re-! pot m.nily known.
publican on the ticket is better than u J,lt ,uppose it were true that they did
slaveholder, or a sneaking " doughface." ! ovv at that time that he was ineligible
Forget personal piques and private feuds, j (( hc Q M Fro JWs$ asscrts y
and bury the hatchet of discord on that Thcjl u k uot c,qllally foir to rrcsumc
.!..,, ,,,..1 "tO f,. y,fn;rl. ...J fl-'. tl.lt In, competitor, ?lr. DuiKir, ami a
lriumph. llemember, inrij.f,,, not men fricnJs klK.w iu,, And if-then
13 the motto ot every Kepubliean.
Iive. printed ti'hts. Yo'.i cm make
fifty per cent, iu the final ''count" by
nnvingyour ticket sm inai mcy can ue i
read pay a few dimes a piece around and j
have your catridp-s right ready." Xoth-,
ing lHt by having a good supply of thc
right kind of ammunition.
lie on hand and vote early S' e t)mt
your nri'jldo' it out One rte may
clc:t or defeat vour candidates seven
votes in the Senate of the I'nitcd States
nave jn p tssen uw. iiuaumus uwmVvm jn (ie kl.q,iIlt, 0f tlc U,Clnls uf thc lro
biil meet out n terrible retribution upon bati, offin, ,lurin ai :i,lmnitr:iti(Jll o-
those noitlu'ru wreants win have betray-
t-i popuur noeny ami are emicaonng 10 ,
gag the people of Ka.nas with a slavery 1
constitution RnWmn: b- true f. j
yourselves and your country, nnd th" re-1
alt will b? a glorioiH victory, f '.. r: '
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thc rani;! Forward.'
Yeainlnj: lor the SjxiiN.
The Paw Paw Frrr , lik- the u l
of the Slaveocratic journals of this State,
being ahno-t d' stituf" of any thing f' r po
liticnl capita', resort.-- to its oi l 'harp of a
single string' ami tln.t pretty well i",,,i.
avt viz: the awful cl-liti'ju noy of tm
" Ulack Ie'public.'Hi" party and o.'li.-crs
generally, and particularly the o!);v! .
this county ; the burden of his gri- i
ing that they hav; d-jirived the demo
crats of the y j toil.
He thinks no one will deny that the
loctrine that "To the victors b. ljng the
jipoiN'' U, to a "cerfain extent," a correct
doctrine; but that it may b.' s pu'verted
as to bee iiiie i!iji:ri'is to the public v. eal.
This may a'd be ny Irm. Jliit then, it
ii fsy t'i perceive that v,h ::i the Iviitt r
.ay-? that fo a "certain tciit" it i- a cor
rect doctiine, he m;.iM, "imply, to tin-
tent ' th: t iii'n rutit "',; but that
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wiieii 11 is iai.cn ironi r.. , it o.-lv
peneneo. n:;. tiu ,r-e pur ,,i
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l.it l.itfv I', rr. I.ifoi f . I . . i.i.l.
ing of Prolnte ,Mtie(K. St.V that pat-
mn,. r, A1,4 ;.. 1..:, i 1.
v.iuy, n.ir l.'l Ill .1 ll.lill- ll f
hrge majority of the cmm... . 110 .,pp,..-i.
tion pros w.h r.'i el to partii dpatc in
that business wh re they h id l!i v
to prevent it. S. . strict wa 4 th rt !- n
forced in this M iaty tiiat wl n av. idow
re-juested th judgo tint a no? .f .1 -fatitjn
for the apj-initmmt of .-t;i adaiin.
trator might be published j., t!;c N.eth-
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t iivi. i. 'in.'u .-ii'- ii'.w ui 11 .1 i-'r a. H
I. id dejiiug w'.tli
r oiil 1 M ike il
th pi V;.-h v-)!!!. 1
quest iu orJcr that thc Free Fress might
not hunger for the spoilt. Uut when the
tables were turned, and this county to
gether with most of the other counties of
tne State, had elected a Republican judge
of Probate, then the tuno wart changed,
and the Kditor of the Fire JV-, iu con
junction with the others Minilarly .situa
ted, rawed the cry, that the judge had
no right to dictate in this matter, but
that the parties had the right to have
their notices published in the paper of
; their own choice ; and appealed to his
J party friend to insist on that right and
jve ,jm their printing, lie teems to
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I think that lor the Republicans to do as
the democrats had always done m this
matter would be "a gross perversion" of
hte doctrine that "To the victors belong
the spoils." It would seem that the demo-
a Prosecuting Attorney m this county and
the consequent neglect of the criminal
l,u.m,Ss,. He alludes to the fact that P.
"the olhee t Prosecuting Attorney, that
" he was not qualified to hold it, and that
" in ease of his election, the oflic to all
"intents would till be vacant."
Now, in the first place we think it is
not true that Mr. Pitcly and his friends
well knew at the time of his nomination
J that he was ineligible to election to that
office. Mr. Ritcly had gone through a
regular course of btudy, but being for the
time engaged in other business had not
applied for admission to practice at the
Rar; and it was the impression at that
time that if he was admitted at any time
before the time for entering upon the
duties of the office, that it would be all
that th j law required. It is true that a
i tli('V inu.'t have known that Mr. Durkec
was legally elected and might have claim
ed and held the oiYrje, the votes for the
,lt.r jate being void; and in this
vit.,v of thc cajIPf w,( is ulMjn!.ibi0 fur
thc ()fu:v mi f- fle(1 y
I5ut suppose that ; Ulack 1 republican
ism" had not "triumphed,'' and the
democratic candidate had been elected,
what guarantee have we that the duties
nf tli-it i.flio. e..ii!.l li'iv.. 1 m vf.,m.,.l
with any more rjjiei' ivy than was shown
eiL'tit vears : Uie l-.Oitor ot t ie In,
lK.tter look to the stnndin-of
uu own .,arty la.rure hchv t)) y, ;
(lenun,i:ltiun, nf others,
imt the most lcdiculous charge is that
,,f init.ortiiiL' a irson from an adjoin-
ing county, to fill the office ; " which he i
calN an 44 outrageous insult'' to the clti-;
-i;s of this county. We don't think that '
the titi-.,;, i.,d at all insulted by the
.-'ppointmeiit of the pers ei holding thai
V alter very l racticim:
Attorney in this plac
:.;(Mit it. We think
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hav.' tak":i Coun-el of own indignant lcel
ins, iriste-.'d tt' the i itlens of this
Connie, when !; jieniu
ais nmi ;t nee(.-.-;;ry or advisable to " im-
lovt" Atfornev to a-it tliem in tlivir '
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uit.:te.m m,m c:,u,t,and w can-
not :.. that it is anymore tladt,n:, lor ,
th pub!;c to do th; same thing where;
tic eircuimtanc s loouire it. thim r,r in- i
i.i t. uiii i.iia- ie u:ie 11. u.an )V 1 -
, UrS'; a
rno,ld ,emitivencss.. Uiut make j
the pet.,!..- believe that they are insulted
iu that tiling. Uut iu re-ard to impoita-.
liu,-. v,o don't think that the Dem-'
dividual-. .No .Mr. f rvcJ'nsi vours n : L
need to import ,
'ft . i J
hoc ra t
d his town
.ditor at present.
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tiu' v i 1 1 1 1 1 .nrinv- nt i .i-tin .r-i n f .l..iiirl.l-n..
( .'lli'.l I li .1.1 llolV til 1 niilii.i -iv .mil i-iiiwii-L-
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th,,-' r',u,,J :,';t 11:1,1 a mo,v
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l'li.ini fj"i, uiau me one tin
hen Tmj thinks a prohibitory I.iijuor
Law i, guing to be popular, he can b - a (
I 'iid in its pnasc ?..s any one. And make .
liims. .1 cuiispi' uoiis jn ti intn ranee or-'an-
f ... . .
i7'ifi,,i. P,:,t Ml,,.,. l.U L. ii.rN w,.!M,;,
Put when bix keeper sell 1 i 111
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tl.... t,ic c.;ii n.....e mon; votes .v In. tai;-
ing ih- ..ppiMte H.I-, he ran r.ee al,u,t
1 .1.1 ... .1 11 ...t
o;e- .iijm i.. -rsc uic inv ano ai w 10 m s.
1 i 1 if. ,Tid vilify a'ol ! in J"r th""" with
A liol 1
ritorial government from tne people oflFOREIGiN NEWS.
Kaunas he could denounce the Missouri
4 Know nothings" aud their usurpation,
and claim it us peculiarly democratic
to do so. Hut where his masters gave the
nod, he could turn about and give his
countenance to the usurpation as the
letritimato law and order" government
and hurl the cnithets of "rebels" and
" traitors at" the free State party. And
when that crowing act of villiany
ffinil f1w 1 .! tni if mi (instif iif Jnn
was first opposed by Stewart and Doug
las, hisaecustouied leaders and before he
knew that it was destined to be a Vst of
true democracy, he could Fpeok out very
boldly against it. Hut when hufiuds that it is
engrafted into the platform, and become
the comer stone of the party, and that
none but those who fall down and wor
ship, it can be admitted to partake of
the "spoils;" ho will be found just as
ready as any one to cry out, "Great is
Leeompton of the .Border Ruffians."
" Woe to the rebels who resist it." J
His unscrupulousness in preferring
charges against his opposers, and his well
known disregard of truth and consistency,
are fully ejual to that of his great name
sake, or any of his eoadjutators, and lit
him admirably for the duties required of
him as editor of a subordinate journal of
there cmii be, no
fo that, we repeat
there rui be. no more need of importing I
any other at present.
Oh! How thty Iloul!
Senator Crittenden's speech creates a
tremenuous now ung among me J.ecomp-1
tonitcs. It was the funeral oration of I
that remarkable instrument, the J.cccmp- j
ton Constitution. He hpoke as a Senator i
iAl.l,'i.lw.'i..l. A. . . t
of the 1 nited Mates, not as :i sectional
man his speech was but a reflection of the
sentiment and principles of Henry Clay,
whose mantle he so worthily wears. He is
the representative man of the South Amer-
lean party, and hence his speech is con
sidered an indication of that party in Con
gress. "Mr. Crittenden," says the X. V. liven
ing Fust, "it is universally conceded, has
made a most powerful aud efleetive speech
against the gigantic swindle now attempt
ed upon the of Kausas. He 'pronounced
it fraud, begotten in fraud, and its project
ors he stigmatized as villains, describing
the Leeompton constitution as the crown
ing act of their disgraceful record. He
wnnhl lint allowing vnfn in )o ermfmllml I
i i. ir i ii . 1
by sectionalism, lie should vote as a;
Senator ot United States, and as uch j
knowing no section, but embracing the!
whole country. He concluded by declar
ing his intention to vote against Loeouip
tuu as it is no'. presented, but gave" fiTT-
an amendment to allow the people to'.
vn'ii nii'in ?t nml It 1 n mlnut H iv i !iftn . f o
i j, i , ,
empower the President to declare Kansas
a Mate ot thc I nion ; it rejected, then
to empower them to make another con-
The following is a fair specimen of thc
howling among the Lceomptonites:
l rom the N. Y. Herald.
In the remarkable sneeeh ot 3Ir. Sen-1
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Iiceomnton Constitution, a new leaf was
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luruea over 111 me jiiMJry oi ine iau.isi
imbroglio. The di-tinguished Senator
from Kentucky has boldlv thrown the I
r, ...:,.i.f 1.;.. i,:
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and his talcns mt the side
Wise. Walker and the Northern black
llepttblican holy alliance. Put still the
. i m
importance of this ,,eech of Mr. Cr.ttcn-
den , loos not he in the strength .f his ar-1
guiiieui ', 101 uiis is mil. ;i icjieuuou oi tne
old stories of bonier rufiian frauds and fr
gcries. The jeeuliarity which makes this
arranged their programme in reference
to Kansas. The tishy Pemoerats ami '
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juth Amcri.-ans will go with them. A'
1 I,IU""N ,1" K" u.em. .
,",jV1t,.jyl11 bo -lr- M-'l'Iioii., wlic-n
lllL 1,1,1 V,)UU'A !n,ni V1'- cn:ite 011 Tl,,lay !
m,xtf to r,lVr it t the Cfinmittcc on Tcr-!
ntories. Mr. Harris, who has bven se- j
h-eted by the Pcpublieans :i their leader '
ni!1. t!:cn "ve that it be referred to the i
(Wmittee be increased to .seventeen, and :
tJ,,t tlc two ineinbei-s be ebctcl by the j
House. The combination intend to" carry!
t,,u prujiositiun by six or eight majority. J
Tllu S,,.U,l1 A,!,,('ri agreed iu caucus ;
I'.i'.k viii.iiiii.. v vi mill 11. 11 ; l s.ll
io susuuu uie jicpuoucan.-iin tins move.
vv 11 : 1.: ne . ei i-
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V,ss insists that the compi
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jieecii the mo.-t imiiortant ol the sosioti, i , . . i i. . i.. . . .i 1...11 ed him with seventy lor his inso fence, to I
h the la.-t tiat it m ll. tirst . cvc ownem : ; ., . .. .. 1 w . T m r,.iin,J that m -ht "'"iimm i ..omi ..i..uiic, awwra,
. . . . . ."ii -1 1 v:i v. 1 1 1 1 :i 1 1 t'i 1 1 1 1 t-i . i i i i .1 1 i' :i 1 1 1 .' . . i . . . . 4- 1 . 1. 11. : .. . .1 1
uf tl. i n.-.i -A R-u!ts of t-.K m-thiti I , :: .!,' ,,' , , n,,lrv !!.. ,, lof. it, iin.I if lie foil .lUpo.-e,! mi'ht ! ''7" ''T0"'"' ' "' l'.v
itv.-n the Mark K.-pul.lk-.n.s ,.f th- ' , " ' V 7,S;Ja T.mlTwouM ro.no .lowu vith - Thoiv,,,,..,, ,, u or.lerej tl,u
.N..:. 1 tl. l.l,:ti.,S sV.ttUu-m Know- ' T ! , -v , - a n , ' "Hosv. lot all ti,.orKi:m5 ,av the twentv-c.ehth .hy of Arnl
i .Net!:!,,,-, of V,. j ,l,?..ft- ' 1 ;!'"' I""""1: . Aomach for a Ii -ht. He h a ""t " u'" " ''liwk m ,lc f"rf ""n
Vas.U.n.Ttox, -Mar,h ID, 13S. . i'10 - M. Mni v amve.l jfr. S, rt 3 s? IW the hearir,,. of Mi. rotition an,!
! Tl... V. .;,...,. : .... . :lt i1"""1"1" 1 wa" I ,,,,-h .?, .0 ,1 I. . .. .. ' ,. Hio heirs at l,w of ,d ,leeea,ed anJ
... .11 .....1.1 ii. t.nvu.- jii'-iu
nnv.-, was. cniin i unnecessary, and u con-
.-cryile'.pieiitjy a fraud. The Lansing Statr
y I.,.t d o, rni,t, thc central organ of the State j
hnw racy, and a womkful inoust r after '
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u-cless cxten liture,, in its la,t number
a kn'jwl'dg".i the present by the State !
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Printers i.f ;i copy f.f the newly compiled
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iit'Hi, iiii'i .1- mil a lew nuiufrc, m-fn i'.ii.
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us ,,vcr and :.hoe wlr.t was ,,rd.red bv :
th - State v. ere j.rii.t.-d. tl,o; wishing Cop-
i' s lauft be Miirilv in imt .1...: i; '
cation for a set."
. i -. nun .1 - mi-,
n win :!.. h.; see,,
that tl .T ire T u
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ARRIVAL OF THE XIAUARA.
New York, March 20.
A lengthy pamphlet had been issued in
Paris in reuard to the refuse difficulty be-
i ,, .'ii,rh,,,1 nml Prm.e. If. anneals
l ,,v-v o i
to the Knghsh Government and people,
to the J'-ngiiftU uovcrumetii ami peopic,
not to be led away by false interpretations
and expresses a hope that the alliance will
Jt was regarded as a State paper.
At Chalons, on thcCth, M) men surpris
ed and a .small post of Infantry. They
then attempted to secure the Railway sta
tion by crying viva fa Jupuhlitjtit being
driven back they occupied the head of the
bridge to interrupt communication with
the barracks. The garrison turned out
and dispersed them.
Prince (Jortschakoff is said to have is
sued a memorandum to the French govern
ment, directly in opposition to the views
of Austria, andjthc question of the naviga
tion of the Danube.
Russia agrees with Franch and Kng
land as to the absolute right of the Paris
Conference to deal with the .subject.
There was a prospect ot a pacitie settle
ment to the question of the Duchies, ow
ing to the illness of the King of Demark.
There hud been some riotint: at Dublin
bewteen the police and college htudents.
Five of the latter are said to have been
The dispatches lrom l ranee to the
Swiss Government in regard to refugees,
from the frontiers of
Switzerland of Italian and other question
able refugees is demanded in strong and
menacing terrus, and the Swiss (Jovern-
. . ' . . .
mc,,t is told that if they refuse they will
incur a crruvo rcsrx.nsibilitv. and must at-
tribute to themselves the constMiuences
that in:v be entailed.
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A Madrid telegraph savs Zuloara, the
Provisional President of .Mexico is well
disposed to settle the difference with
The statement that (Jen. Concha was
to lie removed from Cuba, has been con
tradictictcd on good authority.
A Vienna dispatch says that an excel
lent understanding has already been estab
lished between the Derby Ministry and the
llussiA. A central committee had
been appointed at St. Petersburg, to ex
amine all projects for the emancipation of
the serfs sent in by the provincial com
mittee consists of Pi members, and the
Kmperor is President.
LiYHU-oor, KiiKADSTUFt'S. Messrs.
Kiehardson, pence & Co., ouoto flour
i n i i. , J1t n
verv dull and almost unsaleable.
Vrrival f the Mosc Taylor I'roni Califor
nia. New York March 'JOth.
I I i I..v'...l ..l-.ll... I. .".I..
- lll))rnill., ,vitl C;dif;,rnia mails f
. M.n.,.1. nml s5 1 lllllllllli in tri-iun 1
I S f , u t, Vo.m.u- ,nardwi!lbe the candidate of the 1 epubl -
I lhe t. L-jUH wa.-, to leae Aspmwall , . . , , , . . , . , .
. ..v..,.in.r .,4 th.. Mik.j T.-.v l.iP cans in lhJ, and lie thuiN Ins election
- ' " , ,,.?., i ,V i,,' . .
i for.,.,, j triifn 2J l;iv.s ami l'"hour
the .shortest on record.
The news from California is unimpor
tant. The Legi.-dature passed an act to
take thc State Prion from the hands of the
lessee, and place it in the charge of agents
' "i the . tat
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osM-ssioii was however, re-
4nril inI I iiv. riiiiv c IiT tiiii'v' it iv
The Senate had beeu iliseu-sing bills to
provide for a compulsory observance (t
Sunday, and for the incorporation of miu-
i n r ditch companies.
A ioint co;nmittee of the Senate and
I TnH,u,; ' , " . ' I
of a memorial to Congress lor an ahro-ja-
L . u , , nt (,intrraet forlll,. nmv,v.
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)(,tw,.,n San FrancUeo
V..W V..,!- ..,. th,. Inmctlnn ,.f n.nv
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i I 'IIJll.lVW IIIUI Ulll UilLI l VM IIr,IIIH.- 1 ill.ll
Thirtv seaman have dest rted her, some
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Ul l"lli ll.HI t' v iv. ..j'l.u. ...
The shin Klvimr l'Uh had sailed for
' he s i n Mviu" 1'ish had sailed lor
'i,;n:l with a l:ir-o number of dead and
living Chinee and S0,(mmMii treasure.
The steatiishin Colden Aire arrived at
. 0 -
.m .'ranci.sco on the afternoon of thc LUth
uti iu j days from Xew York,
M;,nv Trench citizens in San Francisco
,,,s,e'd resolutions expressive of their hor-
1 .t .. . v
r n d d'ete" ation of the attempt on Ne-'
The Jloaril of 1'ducation of San Francis-j
nj iKl,t resolved to a.lmit no colored child-1
rtll to thc juMi(. schools except to those !
provided exclusively for them.
M -.. Lamar. I'nitcd States miniver
i ' ' . . . .
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was forma y received by the government ) j-eictpuoua oi xne rmp-; u,,,,. u?, . ....,,
v. The Frer , , v:....-,.-;. vch h I crties of life, but it appears to me that a i arV .f:! nm"!' ,Il ,
.. . . , ot 4Me.1r.vua 1 in . . . 1 1 , ,,..., Modinneji, oodpn and V illow if r. rur Li
ilatiuu of State : Tl... Vi..firi ftviitv 1 jtlll hofnm t li n ' 1 s'HoW W IlO COU Id t flUS a Vail llMUSelt Of hlS ,Inr. for MA.lirini-l r.d Mhaniaul ruriwuf.
0,r;.'atnrp t is believed that it will not 1
;atifuM "unless with alterations which
win rc.uK thc whole affairs at Washing-1
(v,n.v tjunM tal;c jc:ive ,,f tllo , ;ov.
1 iiijiv ui.
f;r. Jarc2 lu, been appointed Minis-
tcr 0f yar
San Cirloi was l.t on
..in ar 10 vv.is i.isi oil
'I lie steamer
4;ije I ud it.
mm . c 1 .. v.. 1
i ne. .-usi Mu iianij.i was ai rvin .nun.
1 V. .......1 .i
fn.te' Aspinwall havin-first sh.lb'd thc
. r . 11..-.. n . .
.....,, 1-1 ;n ir ;,.ip iiipm !iiu foi.L- 1.1.1,...
, I li" loss on no
Ti... ,. hiiti, ,;d... rw "MM t;ib,.i !
a- m any more voiupicti. it .it tlm town
i- in ruin- Viv nieu h? withdrawn the
, tr-.p- Ii":n 1 tu:'Mi
11 1 . t
YA till IN a toxWf ws.
Froiu our own CorroriuuJcnt.
Washington, March 23, 1858.
The great epeech of Douglas is of course
the prominent theme of discussion. 1
wish to be perfectly candid towards Mr.
Douglas. .No man but he could have
made such a speech as he did to-day, oc-
cupying the narrow ground which lie did,
and Using only materials which had been
a i ... i . .11 i .4 . . mi
unieu uu u muuiucu mw every puiuio
shape by himselt and other workmen
numerous previous occasions. 'I he .-pee
was not great m itself, there was no roc
for the display of great oratory or great
reasoning powers, life truth i,heyave
ttj marly the trhole y round to the tmny.
It was supposed that he would take up
that final position of party affiliatson to
which he is tending, and that he would
concede something to the opponents of his
course prior to the framing of the Le
eompton Constitution. But he did noth
ing of the sort. He occupied three hours
and a quarter in reviewing, arranging and
condensing his numerous preceding argu
ments against Leeompton during this ses
sion, and in arranging the administration
for its recreancy to Democratic principles,
and iu defending himself from the assaults
of its retainers, as a member of the party.
Now, to us Republicans, these are insig
nificant subjects of discussion. They are
merely collateral incidental. They are
dwarted by the greatness of real issue, and
they are frivolous compared with the so
lemnity of the great occasion, w hich is, iu
brief, a final joining of issue between Free
dom and Slavery. What Mr. Douglas is,
what he has been, what he is to be, is of
no consequence iu view of the question
what is the Uod State of this Union to be
a slave State or a free State, and, far
ther onward, what is the llepublic to be, a
're0 country or a slave country.
It I .1.;. I 1
Wain Douirlas claimed to be u Demo-
ci.u, a uwui yfaiuyiai, man ; hnM) .. Vujt anJ Voh (J 3
Who Were reading him OUt. liut privately Uold l.oeket. l'.raoeletf, Urooehe, Kar Inpi,
1 hear, fo- 1 do not O near him, privately lireaH Tins. Cuff Vim, sleeve Jiuttwua, Kingi,
through the ear of tho world. Mr. Luu. : Tr 'r'n
. ' . . . 1 i- 1 I ivii'I-a variety ot utlitr urticUs, wArtu frvti 50
las says he knows the party has left him ( l.e,Jt t $i., ,.iU;L.
forever. lie Says it is glVCll OVcr to and 1 Immediately on receipt ..f tho n ibs, rlptlou moa
has been debauched by slavery. He will ,ht: '"''"T" r'- J'4"" u ',,urv,i ,u,n "
. J i i iulisi'ripti"U I o jiv upjtiJM to a uuuiolt, aad tbo giu
Hut swerve to the right UOr the Kit to re- corr.pondinj: vvit'i tbat number will lo furvardd
join it, and feels it will never come back within ne wco'i, u the ubcriier, by mail or ti
tohim. What then? The Kepublicans I l'rillZ' ... n i
nave I'juii" i'j lie ii.uu, iih iiitiius ui
the Democaey stand around him, and
there will finally be a fusion. He is pre
pared for the yells and screams of South
ern extu'mits that he is an abolitionist
and a traitor. He broke down the Mis
souri Compromise, because it was necessa
ry to overthrow the policy of eoncentra-
lini; me niuuuia uu iuc inaiiu nunuvi.
We wanted room for the Western States.
lie began this work iu his first Nebraska
mi i' i j - i i i l . . 1 l .1
bill of lS.il, which was de eated by the
philanthropists who raised the clamour of
Indian svmpathv and treatv rights of Iu -
r 1 1 1 " ... 11 1 ... . ,
dians. a remember tin.-, well J
one ot those consulted by Uoug.as about
this bill, and earnestly opposed it on the
ground that the faith and honour of the
o . iii' e 1-
initiuii wud idouiroa to tuo Jiuliuns of Kan-
sas and JNeoniska, ami the bill was Miiotli-
cred on that ground.)
Douglas appears to anticipate that Sow -
certain. It is probable that he look ui.oii
himself as the succct.-t.r of Seward.
ine iireai renaior irom Illinois nai tne
I'l . n nr 1 1.1
. . . .
lllot numerous" and enthusiastic audience
athcred in and around the
senate 1ioi1.se. jui as an ciiurr 01 oratory,
,, ,, ...
'lieech bore UO Comparison whatever
e ma.ter l.ieccs .f Webster, Clavl
. , 1 ., ' j
h n, Niiniicrnr hentoii. .
The Administration is trcttiii'' L'rcatlv
dishi'artem d on the liecouinton iucstion.!
i- ll.l l l r
(l;:e .uragai by these repeated defeats in
Mr. Montgomery moved its reference
,1 . i- . ii i
) the J-e.eet Kansas ( ommittee. I he
k i . 4 .!... ...
' I'-'iiiocrucy uoe.s n jt want mat v omuuiiee
t ) meet ajain.
" .. , , , , ,
! I he wrangl. was rc-opened by 'loombs
i ,ri a very bitter and malignant assault
I "I"1" Pouglasaiid the Kepublicans, mark
i ed by a atvle of blackvruardisui iu which
, , - .. . j
aui'ini'.s eei.u.iiiy e.eei.-
teinptible foolery of an 44 honorable corres-' aM 0IMCr Vn mu rested in said estate.
pomhW with a man who, by the testi- ar,. riVlucst'1 t0 UWJ lt on of
monyof his neighbors, iu alfhis affairs, I J'11'1 ( Wt thon to be hohbn at t.ic Pro
begins with a sputter and ends with ;i ! h:uc othce in the village of P;nv Paw, and'
snrnk. i Miovr tnuse, it any thete b wliy tint
" The violence of this raving disunionist j I)rd.v f,f tho IH'titioncr should not bo
reminds me of :i very gross violation f ra'1,' . .
decency by an associate of his, one C i . Anl lt f,,rt,icr Ordered that tho
Clav of Alabama. A week ago he obtain-! ove order and notice be published in
nl tho floor. a, "1
Were asemlibl :m.I nit
vt'r,; and interlarded his bar-1
angue with such foul and smutty ancc-
(lot'cs' 1',at the ladies were compelled to
rjM' U?0t tlJc Hcrirs. They felt j
t,lilt .thc luMghborhood of .such a man us,
i'"M",ll iui a iium.hu woman, j nc at -
1 ll"'-"l'hero of Washington may perhaps
1... . l ..... . . : ii.. .
l)rm,cn'--s 10 nult the sex, with such ob -
c,,iJ.v as -hat introduced by Clay, is a
lu 'jwt for thr discipline of the cudgel.
I he chances for and against Lecomrdon
1 , n - j
remain about thc same iu the IIou5e. My
; own opinion c.-ntinurs unfavorable to our
1 1 .... 1 1. . . . ,
"'V1 U Put thc Ad -
ministration will have hard work to mus.
,or two 'ymty on a full vote. Cam -
, ... r, , .
peet is that if a decisive vote bo t.ikcn
1 e .iiri in- in 0.1-
th'n week, there will net be .ne absentee. ;
' t. Tril. Pi;mnsvi,.v. t
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ty year :,s Mr. Himniond states, how
u m it po -ible tli.il there .should b. the
i' re it Noi tier :i .-'-region -p..k- u ol .'
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1LLUSTUATKD ! ILLUSTRATED!
Tlw New York Weekly (JOLDEX WII2K Is on
of Iho lureht anJ Let weekly ijaycrs of the daj.
uu Imj.cri.il (Quarto Ciutaiuinj kk;ht r.ior!, vr
Aoinr com -, of outortaiiiiu;; original xaattcr;
IU'1 Kl.KUA.NTLV ILl.LiTKATKU CVCfJ week.
J gift worth rum i0 a nts to $000,00
in (infd, icill Lc presented to each tultcri
her immediately on receipt o the subscrip-
i tiun muiu y.
OnooJiy fr one ycr,.... $2,00, aoJ 1 gift.
Oho i'ijy for I wo yvart,. . . . J,i0, and '2 gift.
One copy t'r thrt-c years. . .5,00, uud 2 gifts.
Vwj cyj-y for fiveyear,....8,lM, and & gift.
AM) TO VLVUS
Tlireo coj.ic-ij one year.. . .$5,00, and Z gift.
l'ivo curios oiio year .00, and l gifn.
Ten copies oiio years 15, U0, aud IU g!fa.
Twenty one i-opics tnyr. 30,00, and 21 gifn.
Tlio article t bo distributed aro comprised in
tho following list :
2 package of (JoIJ, coataiLin; $500. 10 f ach.
5 " " 2oo,oo tacb.
10 " " l(Jii,00 each.
10 1'at. Lt'r ll'uX'as'd Watihei, 100,00 eacL.
I'O (Jold Wutcbe 75,00 QacL.
50 " tiO.oO tach.
loo 50,00 uivca.
:5H0 I.a lies tiold Watilu-s, 5,00 each.
'JnO Silver Hunting Cased Watchti. 1.0,00 ech.
(g ! KKi-.T A U.
4ati.l l'. MoT.it JltuLlin. ."..".' llr..a lv ay, N. Y.
SjxM'iincn vopici scut free. A.-ute sdU-J.
Tin: !i!i:T (Jikt Sam: r iJni.n I'r.Nru.s, lv
A. II. Wil;r-l A ('.. 4st) liruu'iwuy, .New Yoii,
:lVr an c(." !l"iit rh.inou t A gt-hH, l mnkx
few "l illai s with little or n. i xrcu.io. We tro
,.,,,,,,...;,. ..,.1 ...ii;,.,. . ,,.',, i -,,!;,! t..k i
! ivneils br ?. e:ih (iho lotial retail price,) and
I i"relm.er wwrih frm $2 up t.
' 21"'. Kach t'lin haicr ol u l'eiicil is uro of a $J
, pi(r k,a.tf '(ir ., ,n iy ,,; Uurth r- ?J0 ?lft
: .:u, s.o. $75, sioo, (r .200. ti. prizes ar. dis
j tribute 1 1 purcha.M-ri by a .impl plan ..f dr..
in, mi I as !-.jon as the name of a purchaser u
Vi i.l, .he hi lwil n.l .Jift are ..i up
i ;i sini,n ,x u :l ,;lf,, nuuu.er. and sent to u.
j owner by muil. p-t paid. Iir plan iej .th-c.
j ; P"rcha. r n, nr trvla hi
1 cikmI l'r all it Ci.t.' him, uu l retain th' j;l.
W'a want n good aent, in every pnrt of tftrtVoJu'""
try, to illicit jmrt lri-ers, and any agent, to be uc
ceful, -li-.ubl fii.t have a Pencil and I'rie to ex-
bi' - ii. allow a;i agent one d llar a-li i'-t ;iv;i
T lir KrUlin.'' am
out ..i ih.- ..; m,.l tl.. i.rM ,
,,lir(.M-, r ttt Unv i. ..-! ..nii-i-. ii
purcna! t nv omanis, wmcn anioiuu no may ro;i i
person lec.nri.n' i.
il red ive fhr
; fur that lai-'hi-H.-h..,,!.
A XFW AXt iMRORTAXT IDl'A
; v. i,mt,.., t,. 1.1 a ,.r.,,.. in ,w !.-. i;i: 1,
1 - 1
"ill dr.in, before re. iiiirin-' the m ncy to I... eni
'IT" '-'" '. -.r m.,-Mve (.,1 1 I'en
ei, ran nrT eno incir name arei ii'i'ires, an i
mc will !i:ak -tlieir drnwin'r an 1 iuroriu ll.em L
1 return mail, what priie thcvdiiw; they taa bav
,!,c l'rivi,u " -.linrf i-r it if they choose.
eamiof. how ev. r, mve thi -r'n iiee out olcc t
nnv ,,ors,illt a!1.i wo inako lhi, 5,.r , .tablii.i
aneiieies aid iiitrn.luco our in a ncihbut-
h'.'id. AlUr a ier.-ou lieeoiue.t a run h.tor and
' ' ' 'is iieri-, nr rciouie a-i rer-"iii hi inai.
! llH..,lilv l(l .,, ;,.ir s;, in advanc, tiin.uzh him.
. . . i. ii . ...
I'urcha-cr may rily upon it that w will promj.tly
! "nV'r I tlicir lv"ril 11,1,1 Vvu'' ,,:,Uv',r -l m.v
I" . bv return mail, on receipt of the $. Full par-
t i " .t.p with the plan of distribution, will cent
i . . .
t to earn person makin? aiMicatmn lor a .irawiUi:.
AlW A. lLWil.nmi. i-ro..
tw I'.n.a lw.iv. N. Y.
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State of Michigan County of Van Pu-
rcn ss 1 r"hat0 uurt ,,,r sa,J bounty.
A paper jiurportmg to be the la5t will
It. I .!
' l,,r n -:rvTHi:HNF.u, a newspaper
aM lree suecesMVC w
lolla to NU'1 ol hoarinf
printed and eircuialit:g in paid county oi
. ( I. N.urrll k. ItilO.,
! rciVr in r.roeerie.i und VmvMtns th Vmitr,
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; iK and t.tionrT, t- etc.,
J;; un ;
fS SnlnHny. April Jlth, Ht 2 o'rlk T. M. I
1 'nuK;: con.iVj ; II. W. lli.on.
V Will 5.-
! it 11 r. 1
,Votnr, arff.rdinir i Lw, in il cuei mdo nnd
1 reviled . uniw rrrieul.r oiled fr,
; pnid. Tho nbovo itoimtU htvinr remunei ou
1 bkni thrro months nnd
lo"Htur. Mrcta 30th.
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Md at tlrt Uwvft ti'iiP", nM kiii-1 ol rrUf
lnkM in v b st .r ,n d"r wct of L.
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