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TUTTF, ArnPTITi?.DTPT' "loianlnn: udnJTT - J.'!'!1!1 U 1.1 ....
ww j.wiiiujitijjiL r.vvw i ...u.mv- luviuui-u som-ming more definite and r. l. , Ti, .' 'i i t
11.11 J.lMltort. It us firt look at the statement con. To weak thk jjadui: of SLANIEIUT 1 LWt for 1853 & 18fi-l wm
:v.-r .- ! tamed in the first intcmnratorv above. Tin's liutuni.ro it .., ' :The amount naid for -itn,
OITICJAL liKK OF T I IK CO U .V TV
F RID AY, MAY 7,1S&8.
statement has' teen asserted directly by
tho tret; I rcss, as well as in the interrog
atory from abovo: and anv one 'who has
one .spark of confidence in the sincerity of
will not listen to reason or argument, on
l,m and Hint so far as he is eon-
ccrned all that wo have .said has only been
li. ...... - . "I . .
l,"u,ul inwiy. jut What wn i
Subscriber! receiving their papers with
the abovo mark placed opposite their
linmnj will I-nAit- i: r i
The amount paid Pros. Att'v.
and persons acting as uuch
fir fill- corn. i f !mn irnj
"'v "ut hiiju wo have said mm.
tho Vr Voi in anvthirii'. iiiitst. .kiiiuvisiv I Mii Tii. ..-. .i . i . . " i The a:r.o:int naid for KiTvia
n' " 'i ' " " ,IUI "VM.iruiMi iartifii .irlir . 1 ." .-
from h.s re.terated actions, that at him; but is dedicated to i,cmoiih ,, wiu expenses ot aherill and
least the .talent to be true. fssed of om dogre, ofX l0 T
M ell, suppose it is true. Suppose that jr. We have anotlicr side of the que.;- Tlic amount paid to jailors for
the criminal expenses .of the county have 1 1 tioii for .ln'alespciah'bcntfit, towMcVwe ' ' tli0;',siUI1J) !imc A ? '
been lamer for the last two vonr th.in f, I will now mfcr " ' ' ' !' r ?: ' J
Total for the above purposes
ior ie.jj ami is;)4
firTTTe Detroit Advertiser in com
menting upon the passage of the Lccomp
toti swindle makes use of the followioi
language. .-.. - k-
It is humilatinf to r..fliw !... i .
O .-VI. mat, IUU
Jjovermneiit of this country is in tho
llHllllj ...... A. .1 . I
hands thatc.1 put themrtr
miserable artifices. It j3 profoundlv d,. M,n pnn. li i7rShar?.1!. 1 80cms hc"
A.v Klopkmknt A n Excitixcj Timk.
Uur Clerman. IricueU have now their
excitement, which has created amon '
thwn a yast deal of interest, and ended in
A young man of comely appearance
med Char es 1?nrH,. f .
( md Oil I
mhcnAIeartifici. It ii rofoan ,1 v .1,' . '.. Z S "vt, it cctt
w floral Councilhave prl of 15 d,7, SB
they subscribed Iims expired. bocu ,aror lyr tll last two years than for! will now refer.
t n "iV'J" : r. , any two years precccding. Would tins. 'o had no mariner of "UMibVV
celve subscript's, and contract for nd- , , 1 ,e lnoni ,,a been nor ot the 7Vr made th
i squandered, or that then li.Mfl l,,.,.n nipntsf 1,,,.! .. i . .. .
iMii.im, n.ii una j taper.
"WHY IS IT THAT MO UK MOi:.
EY HAS UEKX PAID FOIL CKIM
"INAIi BUSINESS THE PAST TWO
-YEARS Pit EC EE 1)1 XG THE LAST proved : and business has i, ;..,rM
Uli ill ntr ....
squandered, or that there had been anv
i . . .
m:u-aammi.stration ot allaira: Certainlv
not. The population of tho county has
been rapidly increasing; capital has" been
flowing in : tho real estntf! 1
"SESSION OF THE liOAlll) OF SIT
" PEVISOKS, THAN FOIt ANV TWO
44 KAUS SINCE THE COUNTY WAS
" WHY IS IT THAT FOH ALL THE
"VAST AMOUNT OF MONEY PAID
"IN ALLEGED CRIMINAL RUSI-
"NESS FOR THE TWO YEARS
"MENTIONED, THERE HAS NOT
IjEEN A SINGLE CONVICTION I"
Paw Paw Free Press.
The foregoing capitals hav? cofistitutcd
the principal stock in the editorials of the
Paw Paw Free lrc$t for several weeks
pa,st. A o have heretofore driven the
editor from all the other charges that ho
has made in connection with the above,
against the Republican county officers,
and made them recoil upon his own head.
We have not, however, for several rea
sons, cared to be in any hurry to demol.
ing; and it is but natural to purpose that
me county expenses, in criminal as well
as in other matters, should somewhat in
crease with the iucreasc of business and
population. At least such is usually the
case. An illustration may be found in
the expenses of the General Government,
which are now about ten fold what they
were under tho administrations of A,lm
and Jackson, and previously. Evcrv cm.
did man will say at once, that this charge
V trite, proves nothing to fillet tin
charge of maladministration.
Hut it is added, that for all the cxnono
"there has not bocn a finale convict,',, "
Well what docs this prove towards sus
taining the charge of mnl-administrati.m
and squandering the people's monev ?
j Suppose a trial is had and the defendant
acquitted. Is it to bo presumed in
every such ease that the prosecution and
are as follows :
For Grand and Petit Jurors
in Circuit Court,
For witnes's in Circuit Court
For services of Presccuting
Attorney, and persons act
ing as such,
For services and expenses of
sheriffs and deputies
Amount paid Jailors
i, 4i , n. , rueii case mac the prosecution an
ish the above. V o knew from cxperi- tr-l ,f tl.r. I,, i;,-; l i
. u... .t . . - . 1 ' tn'A vt t,1(! individual was all m ust.,, .,,?,-
uiai me reputation ot that paper for ancl tlrit tho n'V, -M . i
trnrl. nn.l f ,:.. -i. .V . n i that the oiltcials concerned in it are
,",:; ZuJZr1 T t0bCheM f-the entire ex-
r' v- ttinu wwuiuig uuui inai
t)if i Tim "
mcnt at the head of this nrtioU t... i. ' VtVrslWftJ.i r,""
. I a . I 1. T .a l.
u.u nut khhw or cure whether the asser
tion was true or false; but thought that
it would pass undisputed, as no i.i
, ... , ' nuiuu
uc iiKeiy to take the trouble to wade thro'
tho records and accounts for four rt
ascertain the truth or falsehood of tho as
sertion, and thus passing uncontradicted,
it would be presumed to be true, and wo'd
answer every purpose that it would if it
We have, therefore, been at mna;,i.,M
able pains to ascertain how
II ' milt.
really was, and have labored faifl,fnw r.
several days, in cxaniinin- tho r ..i.
accounts of the countvt
few preliminary remarks, bv av r.f
tion, wo will give you the resulf rt
In making this examination we have
taKc, tho last two years of the democratic
administration, viz. 1853 and 1854, and
compared the amounts expended durin-
3ears, ior the following items, with
the amounts expended for tho
, - iKmn
during the last two years U to the last
fcsHon of the Board of Supervisors, viz
1S5; and 1857.
plorable that our
- - ..VMM vwuntiw llUyi
been .so demoralized as tn hiV
----- UJVII UUil-
sent to a transaction so utterly opposed to
every principle of equity and every senti
ment df hniinr Tl. .. .-.i .
Mwt.epuciUCitt 01 fiUCh
uejrcneracv in our nn1ii;n : . - . i
4-2, 44 jumcn for the political future. If the people
1 themselves uvm ......ii.. ?...vr . 1 ..
i r frv '"uiiierent to a
that ! Illwf on1 .1 a .1 ...
i i. i ui.ufui, mere would in
Total expenses for the abovo
purposes for 185t and T7
Showing an excess for the htst
two years of Democratic
rule over the two vrs. men.
tioncd by the Free Press, of
This balance, it is true, is not laiL-e. hnt
then it just as effbctu.illy shows liow lit
tle reliance can be placed on the state
ments ot the Free Press. a if it were ten
times as much. And, had the balance
been as much the other way. it would
havo afforded no just grounds for the at
tacked made by the Free Press.
Rut the Free Press says there has been
no conviction during the last two vears
(ho means, of course, in the circuit court)
whereas there were two convictions in the
Circuit Court during the years 185:; and
J?.; ana it we are not mistaken, onlv
a nr i - '
8223, 81 Meed be no hope, and' tho Republic
WOUldi hn n r.vw .1 1
i, A . . MVv " u.iya oi uccay.
Jut itisnotso There is slumbering in
the bosoms of the American people a lovo
uUWttftCUlU 0I rilu that, when
the time comes, will Hweep down like a
whirlwind upon all these wretched buck
Kterers at Uashington, and overwhelm
them and their dm-; .... m,
21 30 j country 13 indeed dishonored, but it is the
! sla vcrv.lii-.il nd i v., ' . , .
r.o- n. s hastening .1 1 V v
. v""'" "own. its accumuh
405 OT 1,011 of tnmd and inirmifxr ',r,nn i
of tho 3Iissouri Comnmm? i,
growling until now it is no longer possible
-vt uiu couniry to hear if. is h..in n..i.r. :
cubus. There is no honest man now so
blind as not to see it, or so callous as not
to feel it. Dehvcrence will assurdly come
i "."r r!l uujcci-ot whoso creation
was to nd the country of this mighty curse.
I he line w quickly coming when that work
win he consumated. fltlnn nn.l
vi Jvailaas Wi rni .r i ii ?
English bait, and thus concurrently relieve
themselves and the A.l-m'mr,,;, c n
source could not injure the Republican
party or officers; and inasmuch as some
thing of that kind is about the only politi
cal stock in trado that the Sham Democ
racy now posses, we thought it a pity to
deprivo them .'oo hastily, of tho exulta
tion which tho Editor seemed to enjoy
over this morsel of supposed capital. We
have thereforo preferred to let the Editor
cxui', and spread aud elevate himself, on
this topic, knowing that the higher he
soared tho greater would bo his fall when
forced to come down.
And right well has the Editor improv
ed tho respito which wc have given him.
He triumphantly demands in behalf of
the dear peoph. whose cause he has so
magnanimously and disinterested! (?) cs-
roused, tint wc should explain this mat
ter, and that restitution should be made
to the injured people. And he ominous
ly tells us that " when thgc explanations
are moi'KKLY made, tee (he) shall pro
pose others of equal significance and im
portance." We are glad that he has told us this :
although we expected that, of course, he
womM pursue his usual course, that is,
when driven from one false charge by ex
planations "properly made," ho would,
instead of attempting to prove his asser
tion, or acknowledging his error, resort to
other charged "squally significant."
The Free Press charges tho county of
ficers with squandering the people's mon
ey. He docs not deign to tell us what
particular officers are responsible for the
squandering, uor in what particular m?n-1
nr. or in what particular instances, the !
monoy has been squandered, or mis-applied.
It is an acknowledged axiom among
eirilucl people, that when prrsons are
railed upon to answer to a criminal charge,
ibc charge should be distinctly made, with
distinct t pocilicatiAns of the .particular
aets constituting tho offence charged, nnd
should then bo supported by somcthinc
in tho nature of proof before tho accused !
tWO. We h
amount paid witness in the sertiun of the Free 7V,; but wo have
3d. The amounts paid to Prosecuting
-ui-oincy ana to persons acting as such
one other fact worthy of consideration.
It will bo seen by examination, that
nearly tho whole amount paid to jailors
1st. The amounts paid to Grand and
Petit Jurors in tha Circuit Court
pense, without regard tr I The
sideration ? It would seem that such is
tho opinion of the Free rcs. On the
contrary, it is well known that there are
numerous instances in which the public
good requires, and tho public scntim..,,
demands a prosecution and trial, and
where, without any fault of tho prosecu-
ung oniccrs, it proves impossible, to con
vict the accused. It is nmh.-ihlo il,..f ,.,.
"" 't Til . w"""1 UL-ioro t3 ustices Oi
one halt of tho really guilty individuals L Fn Iuokl ncconnts allowed to , different parts of the con,
who are brought to trial in our fl . otIlccrs above nimcd particularly the to iail on -tP ,f
justice are convicted : hut l,of , , I sheriff s and jailor's bills, it has hm. i d.nr i.nr.,., i! .
-7 ...ub UUUI tl U U
1,1 mi . f7 j -" ajiiouni pain t
itii. Jho amounts nn d wlinritr. i 1 . t
. i j . . 1 wmi " ior uoarumjr prisoners Tim
dC,,U,'ft'for statute f,Sca rricoi bM
- , . j'Koi, u,i.-j uuun umiorin M-mv ,r
' 1. .1 VI'MOM l..ll..a.. f . 1 -v
Tn looking over the accounts allowed to, diitW,nt parts of the eon,, 1 V
officers above namod . ,,.vi:.,.K.i.. .i. J ... 1 'J'0 CUM aml
ain number of
I " , , Hv,uui;imy rcilCVC
themselves and the Administration of all
futher trouble. It is an utter delusion.
I he free born inhabitants of that nascent
tate will spurn the nrormo'tirm nQ
attempt upon their honor. They have
suffered too much in the defence of their
"ghts, as American freemen, to thu bar
ter away their principles, aud join hands
with their oppressors, for any mcs of
pottage. It would be a degradation that
vuum maice their posterity, for all
coming time, blush r?fl. :i,n, t.
would bnn- that young State into the
t nion, with a bar sinister nn itu
eon that generations could not efface.
U ere it not for the inherent baseness of
such an attcmnt uuon tin. viri.,rt e .t.
people oi Kansas, wo should rather hail
with satisfaction the opportunity afforded
of attesting to the world the .-tuff they aiv
made ot ; imd even as it is, we are not sure
that the pride of the repulse would not
iully compensate for the chagrin of the
Miller, liwwer. of . this riiir
wan haj recently returned from Califor"
urn wheic ho acquired quite a compc
tenee. nnd L' i..L. i . .
- r"" ewm w ie strong?
attachod to each other. The father of the
girl, however,' lias been' opposed to tho
marriage of his daughter to Uurckhardt
On f Saturday evening the girl left her
lathers housa mi tirnfnn.. r "TJirrr-rr i
orewcrv on an errand, hut intfn.i A.im
. . 7 ' ow.U, A Uliill-
cu a previous aniiointnirnf iviti. i
. lk . Mfc iit. 1UVCT.
meetiner him at his hrnthrVa I mncn ... 1. . ... .
tiw. p.r.. m a,:,, v ri'nuwu
w.. i-u. .uiutr united the two in
,A. nnrry-making ensued, in tho midst
of which word having reached the enrag
cd lather s ers of wlmt
uuiyuuai appeared with a troop of Iriouds
at Ins back. Thi? was ..vm,, t,...ri..
m ...... tvuivnimv ouaueu
and unexpected, but tho newly-married
pair made a safe exit throu-h the back
door and proceeded to the Exchange,
where they took a room aud retired for
After dilli-'ent standi frW
to tneir JodinnL's Konwtimo ii,i;n
. . tl I") --.....a UUIIHL llllt
niLMit, and Rurukl
.... ..ra uiiriuu iur
.i.i ... ? I . ...
j-unt-iiig a gin unucr 10 years of age away
from her home against the wishes of her
father," and lodged in jail.
This morning he was brought befor
the Police Court when ho gave bail for
' " appearance ior examination, Wednes
day. Tho girl is at her father's but vows
a faithful allegiance, it is said, to her bus
band. Detroit Trihunc.
k jj. TT. ....
u,rm.j,u a goof, by intelligent peopl,.,
whe should presume on this account that
the prosecuting officers wc,0 guilty of
inal-adniinistrationr If tlicrc has been no
conviction in the Circuit Conrt for the
two years next prcceedin- the last. Snm
of the Ho.ird of Supervisors, there has
beriff's and jailor's bill . it l,s .... i ,uL I Zl ' . nUmWr f V U a.ns. The Af''hatis nr. d.
very difficult to get at the correct amoun I teen mo hs of V r"" ,7 F ?h ,iavc h;id rtunU
from the fact that cl iins for , fl I Uml l857 there Meannng their character, to be the
iati that clains for other expen- were kioiit ro.wifrinvs r most honelesslv dor,r.Mvr.d ,,! i.i in.:-
.... mi kiiiii . .. . -'. I " "ivku'viiu
iy oi an tne Asiatic tribes. They are ;ib-
and hut very few of the virtues of barbar
ian races. They have no political insti
tutions, unless those bonds which unite
the individuals in a band of robbers can
be called such. Thev havo or dL,.l..
sense ot honor ami steal and murder as if
thrse crimes were the common business of
ife. They are nominallv Mohammedans,
but bad as is the influence and practical
wlncJi liavo cost tho pfinnfv r..:..:i i
. j i jtiuurs ices,
lt.rbo.lrd etc. and included" in the above
statement over one hundred and thirtu
aotlnr.t. Now i.i !. i.' i
ses were, in some instances, included in the
sauio an owancc. Jn sucn cases wc r?fefred
to the bill of items, where it could be
found, and where there was anv rni,;.T.
n pi I ou j-ree iress either
aide amt. tor other purposes U v.-i .mvp tbn lrn.i: .,
4 ' f r . 'uuiiwus crcaiL ior tn.cn i.
l.m. ...i'.v . led. NiII. however, tlinrn :.. t , . . .
. n llllU JUCU) ,rom Ulc lnimbL,r of . - 7 .. i.. .o:ne oij iuu.., or ciseueuiict tiie l:0 from our
witnesses, has been peculiarly expensive I ! '! 011 buth me small itei.;s, I dc of the above account which would
,j .1.. j n i ' i winch were not ovlnc;,-,.!.. e ..... , t, . .i i . . uum
-.ju .-l me ueienaant was not convHed h ",w: ,ul enminar ; uaianco in our tavor 880 He'
The witness fees on that single trial j,(lid ,,U9lflcss but as ,,,U(--11 f that as anything may do just which he pleases. " ' j
on the deUnture of the court, was nw, ' SUch lor ,nlancc n " a clean-! There are several interesting
two hundred dollars. And will the Edit- !"? C.Urt IlOUS0'" wl,ich is an expense ' which we have discovered, in relation to 1 U i ? m,d1 h'' worse
or of tho. V.. P i. . belonging equally to criminal ,nd : the ,n, allod , i... VJ , .?t,,a e creed of the wildest races on the
that there was no good groun
ing the respondent to trial
officers are to be held
billofcipcMo? ! a" orlurl, 'i"a"tity on on-h m '
nJ will tho Edit- . , . '"J"' Hl"cU e.MK,,s, 1 'nch uc l.nvc .liseovere.l, i relation HT l-v ' it i, ,,e
jround for bring- Lt. . 'J f ourt' J "o tntlmg ; ! ; but, for want of time and room, ! Higion, which takes precedent of all oth
ial,and that the tV. T W f r---1 - o ruust der noticing them until anoth!l'M'
"able for all that ' J ' ?' 3110,1 stonM i;i ! ' ' r timc' I T" ,nfu,eIs' Likc 2,11 a---inSt
i about an equal quantity on each si '.-- r.. fMCT s,rc superstitious, and their wwAy, 0r
a :.. a
mere was another case prosecu
ted which was ready for trial at the last
September Term, in which the defendant
laiieit to appear and forfeited his bail;
and the bail has been sued and judgment
ior three hundred dollars in favor of tho
county; and, if the bail, accepted by
a de mocratic judge, is good for anything it
will be collected
There was also another case ready for
... , , . . "
,uu "-rogarue.l tor the rc-G!i thatt1--'
separation could not bo pi-rfcctlv 'n Jc 1
without altogether too much J, b'K) and j
that they did not materially affect the!
general result. We l,nvn i
y a. yjm.-V.-,
ii:mockats ihh'ght cp.
learned men, use their influence in keep
mg up the hatred aviinst nil in.,.:..:...,..
. . , " 'ylll t.il.lil.,
i " inculcating (ioetnnes of rapine and
Wo notice that A. Sherman A Co.. are
getting in their spring supply of DrvrowU
and other commodites a larire andHTihn.
did stock Hoxes and other nackAcr,,..
blockade tho sidewalk so as to render it
almost impassable, aud we see tho pconle
are "pitching in" for the goods with a
rush which reminds us of former good
times Wc understand they arc about
making some changes in their mode of
doing business which will enable them to
sell their goods at lower fignres than ever
before -We are glid to see these evidence
of confidence and activity on the part of our
business men Success attend them.
frSF'Sec udvertisuient next meet.
T" Messrs. (i ranger & .Sortore, wo ob
serve, havo removed their utock of Hoots,
Shoes and (Jroeerius into their new shop
second door west of the NuTin.n.NKr. office
The whole arrangement presents a neat
and fresh appearaneo.
It is stated in the corresponde-.ee of tho
Knghsh papers from Uorlin, that accor
ding to ancient us.ge in Prussia, all t'-
1 rinces of the royal family ,.,
some trade lco Frederick Willian,
ust married to the Princes Koval of Kn.
land, learned the trad of compositor in
thepnutmofc oOIr. H.,nl,jii licrlin.
B- Some one asks Js'TUawfuH,)
haiifj clothes on Mason and Dixoir's hue-
n- plant beans around tho North Pole '('J
dust as lawful as to attempt to dim ttxe
luster ol the Nuktii Srvir
nnf h.i .
cih,r sM,, included ia Z, J Z . , XZ i'
.i.. 4"i I " - J - -1." l.JU list ftT vnu
trial at the September Term whi-h w 1 lCU3cnt cxccl,t ,n tb'-e instances where liT)l na3' transmitted by teleaph is
continued on the application of thed, r 'm' L'cc Informed by tho X P f', " t' Polished vote
mzance of three hundred dollars whinl, ! i.. ... . f-itsshed with its sucetss fho Kou-.t. '
ill also be cdlected, unless some flaw can J f a,nUn' f f' " ! rdto be. It will be slU shrift
be found in the rce(,nni,,.. .,t.ftll i . ; . ' ""uuoncu, we jiavef ,; ih
i.,. i .. .i . i ui lerms mentioned, wn 1 . .i - with the Aurt mm TM; i ti
iouuu in tne recognizance taken bv n , , ' ' 1,1 5'e hr.st , , ; "V V "4tul v" snm out
. taKtu u3 a instance PTidii,l...i i the Peon e for tlia ,.e .i-
l4M luu amounts a Nnved hv ' v i n : "t w i'.ury omcc.
L I1L. 1 JU.ll II 71 r T lUM M I u
ii:t nn. m;i;rst,(ii:t xiu: cukaikst, r.nr
TIIK MOST UTU.'AClors.
i . i . ...... n
ii ill " .....a., W1 uNu ami in snort, tret Jiir: NT ivT,;l.
bloodshed against I ,o ,. ,...i:..:... . . r , . , , .. . .'nch are
was not : nprniifo.l m.... i. ' I. L 1 ' I" -ncdieine so
,t .V' wii i iuu i-uuiury, as necessary a? now. fur in the idditJ.m i
he As ians are opposed to the entnn.ee the Skiif Disease and era nd aeh
ot any Luropean among them, he gather- and Liver, which every Wiifter S
cLclcr 1 mat,n rPpirding their it w the ,uo.,t evident to all whoTre aC!
1 customed to note the powerful influenco
St ITU SKI) ED IN CuMM VM) Colonel I f,rZw' 0T U th:,t tlie ,lli''d has iq-on the
Tohnston, who has been supeieded ii ! f ,tthat.t 10 an:;i(,t.v of n.ind caused by
his command of the Utah expedition not-1 f 4lwlllc-sPr, 1'10I,l7 troubles, hss
ith,tanding the eminent .1 "'J11'1'! ho .,lpril ,lCal of almost every
one. lhen eleanse, strengthen and pur
ify your system with tho Scandinavian
liCmediCH, and you will probably save
vonvself from serious illness the counnt
m o-,n .rb. rary nofon. d the, .all, wUh thoir Witnc,vS ,ve hclicvo not lc, hi , ' 'vins on, tho
on the Reused to prove hi,,,,e!f innocent, throo ti.nc, ,,,-cviou, to tho , t n d ' T IM8S6 "1 -He the la,
and ,f ,h p.r.on, ,h,,s ma i,ned do not :lt ca,. tin,' the caSe hu, , , Jrr d T' f 1
: "'i'l '"f "T.Wt'on . without the f,u.t of the p -vJ :Te-r-'COlV,a,,,, l,''.v correct
ho th u no?he3 h,, trun,rot, and, trut, ' ()cc in eo,,,(uenee of tie Mw'rfi ''m,, Wr, for ,ve have
h,m,clf forth',, ,h nil the paraphamalia of JdRi, Trat, to attend and hold a n" ' m'' "'T tUtoa loth
0 in,- III l. Jo . I, r,. li ... 44 '" 1,1
a victor, and proclaims, that "if drmht
havo existed in the mhnh of any" of tho
guilt ol tho accused, they are being rap
idly dispelled by tho silence which rei-ns
in tho camp of the .icrtued."
With all duo reference to the profound
sagacity of the hWr Pres.. we must bn
allowed to entertain the opinion that tho II-
. 'if i oi nn
uranu mistaKo wito s.n-
sas question is settled. It is a l0ti" wav
i.ii.. Tl. i c. P . . J
as it now eventuates will be exploded, the
t i i I'oiuieu juouo m which
.nr. Uuchanau could mnnlfcf Ii IC -a), n r..,'.
and thus a brave officer KnfTnra fnr
V IMVi .III-
gcr of the President at opposition to his
cherished project of subduing Kansas and
extending slavery. l), f Trib.
fees paid on debenture amounted to over' ' . ; 77 !" f 1S
thirty-three dollars. I , ,ne,ll;,c,, thc P"7ses for about fif-
S, we think that we have fairly shown,
nd that every one must see that it is bn 1 mnt,, fyr tllc 'Wr
Dcmoetic Party crushed out is faitldcMs ,,. n .Ranter, who has j
to Freedom and committed body and "on i"' for. ,JIS
to Slavery, and the JlepuhhVan Pnrtv w i ,U" 01 1 ,c ?nanc,al n,Fairs ol
be installed as thc only true vLT' !'S knolV.n l? bo: ? luPro r
V. lS.'.s, of Trplioirl Fcrcr
H11.J I.LIZA Jit .NT, H-P1
cro thc flowpr lif r,.iA.i
t ... . "- - "
rom ,ul too d,m fathwaj I ir(a.l
Kro each hope of my lift, in despair h Wo thaded
Aud fach friend that I cherish is doa.l.
be installed as thc only true National
I arty, promoting the cause of Justice
Liberty and Humanity. Kansas .sua! t
YKT HE FItKK.- . Trd
I fnin nouM dio vnn-. rrc iho mantle of jadncfi
Hath wholly oVr .h ruled raj heart
Kre rnr epirit hath hulu d its v ronnela ol gla Incis
And sighs for tho rue!Rga "depart."
Mr. Kantcr, who has acquired to
of the State.
ki ?i- . man,
v ii I i uiu ui wriung out a report of any
kind in the Knglish language, consequent
ly he is made the stool pigeon by Peck
Alvord & ( n.. n 1
t c I '1' uiu pcopiointoi
the foul embrace of slavery. .Mr Peek I ft'M die while i'ra yeiinft ftn., eno3 ftr9 w
WIlO IS nillte nimhlft w;k iU. -...mi ! in..i..i ....i
.i it iiiu iuill, lias u Kiuieny iay mo to rcit
ia m.ir!( of fully to prcwiuo, hocaiiso c-- ' wi.i .1 p . ipiioI to U, 11,,,,-.
invurrt-ii, and jio r,mc,V. ! :.. ,i. , "I "'" "ions wc Kill ""vncnirr, April L.
s l.(th.l ;tl,i ....... r ,K"un 01 or cumimi!,.,. :.. Jho t'onrt oixncl nt ton VI,a,l. , I it. V'u in"'
uiaxiuiaoi mo common law, ami of tho I ,),,. ,i,r , .1 1 . ' . ' Fr"" wc havo not room .1 , fence Ira .Stout for thc innr,l,-rnr n i ...Ti ii 7 , "K-1111"'1 W Horn tho
common Scn.,o of the ,-ivili.. orW on ' '".''' ",Crc ,,M ,","n '''"'. the Matcnont of ,1 , ! '" H W. I.it.lc. Tho r K w'f ,S '"j N cfV V0,nc,r
II.!. .Huhjoct arc entitle.! to .on, II . I f "'C '" A'"' cc c , " . f,,'1ri,tc "nvthin- to 1r ?r r !f "1 Wn ,,?n,d Wri,in!-'' f" $M
J!,..!,,. .h,M h, ,;.,,!..,:, ;,,.! "'-ln.!cr,;; of tho ,o,Ky, i,..t I. n,, 'uw,.nS Mate J,,, JZLV o'lcl I'Tl ir I'M.elemi
J It mo die yoimff crc old a;:- on mj face
Fhall writ? hia deep fnrrowi of carf,
L'rc th filvcrj threads of long yWH he ihall tr.ic
In tholraids of my daikrne 1 Lair.
And at Mtting tr day will drop the ?ad tear. .
O'er th earth that is henpod oa my brrait.
Lot tup die while fro youug-romcmbc hug that they
Who BOoncet irform thc tnk giren.
Py improvicg rach hour of Life'i fluting rljiy,
Arc eccnrlcg choice moncntj of h?avD.
0 ! then whilo I'm younK let tho golden boirHrtaV
And th ' nilre ry lifo-cor i" be rirn,
Tbat my t Irit. ratnrniog t- God, mij rur'alrf .
Of thi WO of th 4 ny. l. jn hcarfn."