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TnE RoosTm Plant. Wo Lave been
presented by. Mr. G: DeFeriet,. with f j
specimens cf a marvelous pr.xj action hi
nature, cruiueo; tuyer; uo. rr; . . . 3. ir, blacimaw;
ft trowcr neUhol2htr':r'KBlff,'lt'!J , 1 .
rich in it telf hr, .'rifflarj i:Vi.fo:sr.- j on'PJlWkit 0? TUEOOUNTY.
tion, and wonuWfili n fS rcj.b.'.:':-' ... ... .V : "
tVtVi'n'a bodv, with' a gracefully jit j? a
spear, aud a rich double leal growHrr 0J1
of thr lowo i.tl, the ppcar standing cteffc.
md the leaf :.:.nnnc in inch a wanner b,
M convey at uneea striking retjemblauc&Uj 1
i he bird from which it takes itanama.4
Tlc whole ia.of rorv 'color, whilst
all t hc'JtyrcX iajuarked. Joii tlx surface in
a delicqtt'itocoUtorbrotriiy' vrith farcy
i riterladrtjrs 'and llQts:oC the same co!or,the
distributkm of theUmarkinga being ac
commodated to the different structure of
the bulb, FpcjtT and leaf, in the most beatt
Jful and tasteful manner. Each would
make a right pretty calico pattern. Thi
plant", Mr. Foriet informs Us, i a native of
the 'mountains of Cuba and ii with difEcul
ty raised north of that island. Ho haa
had considerable trouble to brins? the
plant to New Orleans, and is the only
posspor of the plant iu the United Stat.
The rooster flower is certainly a grUt cu
riosity, aud to those who admire the won
drouYiine arts-of nature, a'.'ilevcloped in
the floral kingdom, . ttcII worth the
trouble of raising.--. Q, Crttmt.
Tho American, Tract .Society mauagcra
t:tvo lately iti.d an appeal for more help,
::lleging, wh'at i the natural conscqucnco
tif their cowardly pro-slavery position, that
In the pant five munths their receipts com
pared with last year have diminished
i l.r)t000 aud they say thislouka like being
compelled to shut up shop. We think it
does, but if they insist upon succumbing
to the .Vouth at thc ri.k cf losing the con
h lerce and support of the North it is their
,wu Jovk out. They will find plenty to
sty, "I told you so V The only suffcra
Uc expediency fox a religious society mutt
le ineonsouancc with ChrUtif n duty. On
the slavery question the Society grows
worse instad of bxtter. It haa just refin
ed to publish a tract cempcttxl exclusively
of texts ft om tJu: Bible without note or
rommcnt, containing the scriptural testi
mony agatnst slaverv. I ho compilation
waa made by Rev." Samuel Wolcott, of1
Providence. Rhode Island. Of course the
receipts of such a cringing Society will
ruu down, and they ought to.
"Let a repentant sinneu live."
The Dbylestown Democrat, Pa., thus ser
monizes ou tho resent overthrow oi" if
patty : ' '
"The result in the State is as wc autiei
patcJ; wo arc beaten in alhiOet all quarters,
and have lost nearly all our Congressmen,
the IIou3e of Representatives, and proba
bly the Senate. - The Anti-Lceompton
feeling was so strong that it bore down all
opposition, and swept over the State liko
a whirlwind. In all the annnh cf politics,
there haa never been known a greater rev
elation. We hope that the result will he
productive of good, and will teach our rul
era that a great principln cannot be deser
ter! with iuipunitv."
Good Enough iake our hat Mr.
lETHODidT. Mr. Gurhy, Republican
candidate for Congress In Cincinnati, was
formerly a Univcrsalist minister. One of
his opponents was trying to persuade an
old Methodist not to votJ for him. "fto
you think you aro furthering the cause of
religion," said ho, "by voting for a Uni
vciiilist one who doea a t believe in a
helir "Yoj," was the old MtfhodisV
rply; by the timc'.Mr, Guncy has
v' " in ingrM a yrar nc tiw not una
oMitnerona hel then 1 don t umler- J nMin in tj,c ptb Cocgressional Dia--t
nd tho pro.ent AdminiFtriti)n. I ?hall !
votv fr him." ' ,
W I'hvre is very little rocui left to j
liop: that the Atlautie Cable ia ever to be i
available. It was known that a high sort
f mountain ridgo was across the track
t'omo 220 miles from Valentia, and it was
intended to ruu out iuuh slack in passing
it, do as to make sure that the cable would
r'st on the ground safe from strain ou eith
er idc of this rocky ridge, but by accident
(he point was passed beforo they were
awjrj of it, and it is now thought that the
'able staying iu the current, from point
to point has rsultedin an abrasion. The
dc-tricians aro able to decido with oruch
rortainty that the difficulty U at or near
A Polyglot Ckew. The American
Kalamnzoo, Capt. Taylcr, now at
'ity Point with ealt and iron from Liver
pool ia a t;cnuino floating wonder, illus
trates the idea of Babel as aitoundingly aa
'rould 1 banian menagerie oi all thu tamo
and wiht bipcd.i czistence. The Cap
tin u a Quaker iijm Pennsylvania j his
ifc au Irisb-womo ; lh. rt tratc ia an
Iriihaaa p. tbo e:ccnd a v'iyinian : the
cok a Chinese ; the stewardess a "Com-
'ill girl," (married ta the cook !) tttt t
tho tailorj are Maylayi ; two negrcc?, one
s Minilla man and twj more Swsdcs.
J ihnburg Erprtt.
Movirro South. Tro Chattancoga,
(Itr.3.) Reprcjcntativc cf tho 16th ult.
A cc bid cf 9 Virginia and South j
Ciicliii Afrioace pasiei. through, this city
cs the 14th inst., ea routs for the eottcnr
aud auar teAjioai. TJia TtilrixA arrivals
chew a tromendous draitucf Xfricaas'frco
the old States to those furthct Saut."
85 The Hon. J. Glancy Jones, the de
feated Lceomptou candidate for Concrewi
m U rka county, Penn., haa received the
uppotntuicnt of Minister to Austria. The
il'irj attacUod to the place u S9,000
;;inuni. Ie will probably resign hi prea
r:it p-!ition of Representative and a new
; v.". jive t b hld to fill tho va-iT-ZZ'j
i-i lh' ci:ti'i Cuug-;:L:.
I'J -:a dr-r. a: 1 as:?, trill T
In fOfcrvnrty toa well establiahed euetotn, I
out , thoont proper to designate, and I hjueby
IpPOial Thursday, the twenty -fifth day of Novem-
beriet, ai d day of.' central Ttwyika giving and
iahe- to MtoliauyrOeoT ! ; i .TT
Dot thai ur I emrpvltly; invito the rood people
of ibfe Stto'to aaoeaiUe In their aereral places of
woVsbip, and make a ppbllc and grateful ackuowl.
edgmcpt of the goodnoaa of Divine Providence,
which htt brought a a tafelj through another year
with bloaaioga and mcrclea innumerable. Lr.t ug
U thankful for propitloue season, in which tbo
fruita of the earth have ripened and Keen gathered
to aupply our want; forpeaco and tranquility ;
for the tolerance of free thought free discus,
aion; for the unabated tea) which animates our
people to educate and en):.gbvu, and thai elevate
and improve all claarij fur the unabated eaJ
which aaimatei our ppfe to educate and enlight
en, and thua ele-JaW aud Improvo all eloaaea; fr
the love of bX-rtj ud tho deaire to perpetrate Trej
inatitution wVlch prcvaiU 5 for the aerloua thought
which p'j uutty have given to tho dutiea they owe
thtir M'iicr and thetr fellow men, and which haa
f'Vor.pted tbo rosolutioB " to do juatly, love mercy
t turd walk humbly before Ood." Aud let ua earnest
ly implore a countmuanco of tho bleainga which
have been ahowerrd to abundantly wvi our fa
Iu witneaa whereof, I Lave brr-
the Great Seal of the State to be af. 1
fixed at the Capital iu Laming, this
twentieth day of. October, in the j
ear ef our Lord one thousand eight
hu tired ai.d fiftr-eiglt.
Py tbo Governor,
KINSLEY S. BINGHAM
Jon." McKiy.vKr, Secretary cf State.
Republican Victories ! !
Tho Enttro North Right Side Up
IXrpubllcan MnjrltyUnfthe SritConjreaa.
Notwithstanding the terrible storm that
prevailed nearly all day on Tuesday, the
Republians had everything their own
way. We havo elected every State offi
cer; and will have a good working major-
ity in both brauchcj of the Legislature
Kellogg, Congressman of this District,
will have at least three thousand majority.
Our majority on the State Ticket, ii
Here the Republicans have made a
clean sweep. Kvery candidate ou our
County Ticket, from Representative to
Coroner, have been most triumphantly
elected by majorities ranging from 150 to
450. The border ruffian slavocraey had
made every effort, and strained every uervi
to elect their Sheriff, making use of all
manner of lies, telling different stories in
every townships, each to suit the occasion
pouring out whisky like water, but all
of no avail. Johu H. Stoddard will be
the next Sheriff. We shall givo the offi
cial canvass next week.
New York L'.ection.
Nyw York, Nov. L
As far 3 heard from tho Republicans
! have carried 70 members of assembly ;
Democrats JO ; leaving 28 to be hesrd
from nearly all of which have probably
The Tribune still claima the cleaion of
Vew Jenry Election.
Trenton, N. J., Nor. 3.
The rCHult in thi Stata foots up a total
loas to the Democrats. All the opposition
members of Congress arc elected ly heavy
majorities. The Opposition have a major
ity in the Legislature, which defeats
Wright for United States Senator.
Members of Congress elected 1st Dis
trict, John H. Nixon, Union; lMDi.trict,
Johu L. Stragnn, Union; 3d, J. Adrain,
Union, re-electod ; 4th District, J. R.
Rigga, Anti-Lccorapton Democrat; 5th
District, Wm. Pcuniugton, Uuion ; The
Administration lose three raerabcrz.
Chicago, Nov. 4th.
R-uros received indicate the election
of Republican Congressmen in tho 1st, 2d,
3d and 4th District, and Democrats iu
the 5th, Cth 7th, 8th and 9th Districts,
yood a doubt.
Republican majoritiea on the State tick
et in tho northern counties are somowhat
reduced from the vote" of 1856.
Tho Republican State ticket ia elected
by about 5,000 majority .
Tho Administration veto in tho State-
Iwili not exceed 2,500.
Legislature.- 'In Ihe Houso the
Democrat Lave a msjority of 5; in the
Beaton, Nov. 3d.
Returns from all L.'it 15 towns give
Banks 65,000, Beach ZSfiOO, Lawrence
12,000, roupd number.
, -ik-oaton 37 Republicans', o Demo
crat!. Reprcactttive Heprablioaui, 29
Domdcxsts, 10 Americans, 0 to hear from.
. BurUnjame,i isajority. for Ooagreii up
wards of 400. .
.Milwaukee, Nor. 3.
Iu this city,-4Jrown, dem., for Congress
has 575 moi. In the let Dist., Rep. for
Congrees, eloct-ed by S0OO maj. Returns
are scattering, but, as fir as beard from
favor of the election of Billinghurrt, Rep.,
iu tie 2i Visi., atl Waehhin is the. 2d
' Delaware Eloctlcn.
Wilmington, Del., Nov. 3.
Ihc i;tinocratic atat-ttokct; rica
ocratic Legislature ta elected.
Buiaox County & boroucha to hear
Columbus, 0., Nov. 4.
The official teturns show an a v- rage Re
publican majority in Ohio ou the Htate
ticket of 20,900.
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The Gf.nf.hal Result in Kansas.
Tho general result of the election of the
4th instant is a return of sterling Free
State men from nearly every crunty.
Jefferson county, owing to her local
iKaucs, haa elected, it is aaid, a pro-tIavery
ielegation, and Atchison count? ia also
claimed by the Democrats, although the
Champion denicfl it, and says that the
members elected are " anything else than
Democrat." Tho contest iu Atchinson
county waa a bitter local fight on the
Aside from these counties, wo believe
thcro U not a doubt of the rest of' the
numbers being Free State. Leavenworth
couuty, where the JLctnocraoy made its
m03t bitter fitfht. under the tmise of "Cou.
servativc Free States," and with a great
howl over 'nigger' has gone Free State,
out and vvt.
In short, the result shows thecontiuned
permaneucy and strength of Free State
principles, aud the unyielding hostility of
tho people of Kansas to the slave Democ
racy under whatever guise it may. as
sume. Isiwrmcc Republican, 1 Ifi.
Alban News of
plcxion of the
LiiGitjLATur.r. The St.
the 20th give the corn
Minnesota Legislature as
Republican majority on joint ballot 3
Tho News adds : ' It was with gTcat
i confidence that we assu:en the Rcpubli
1 cans of Minnesota and the States below,
' that these arc the most unfavorable fig
'urca that can be made' of the Republican
'majority in the next Legislature. Sho'd
wc carry our whole ticket in Le Sueur
' aud Blue Earth (as is quite probable,)
' our majority on joint ballot will be in
' increased to five It cannot be la than
The pro-slaver organs in Minnesota are
already congratulating themselves that
this Legislature will never be called to
gether. THE ELECTION ON TUESDAY.
TUB ADMINISTRATION' IlEpttnA"
Lceomptonism, and Dnd Scott, aud
Buchauan interchangablc terns, and a
most beautiful trio find no quarters with
people anywhere noith of Mason and Dix
oti'a Line. The northern people throttle
tttcrn wherever they find them. In every
Free Stato they havo been repudiated.
The old Granite State opened the ball.
Connecticut and Rhodo Island followed
her example. Then Vermont and Maine
recorded their verdicts of guilty. Penn
sylvania, Ohio, Indiana, and Iowa next
pronounced sentence against tbe crimin
als in equally emphatic tones; and now
Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey,
Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Min
nesota, hove ppoken, and every ono has
united in the verdict previously prouounc
cd. Even iu Illinois, where Douglas seems
to have triumphed over tho Republicans,
the National Administration has been
spurned a"d trampled under foot. But
in New York it haa been most signally re
buked. The Republicans have gloriously
triumphed, leaving not a grease spot of
LecomptonLaui in the State. They havo
elected tho whole State ticket by 20,000
majority, elected -a large majority of both
branched of the Lcgitdature, aad havo
electei 28 of the 33 members of Congress
being a gam of acven. This is glorious
for the old Umpire State, and a terrible
Jow t tho Adiiiaiatrttijn.
New Jersey, too, has crowned hcrse
with glory, and wip4d out the reproach
under which she has so long rented of be
longing to the Camden and Atnboy Rail
road. Tho Republicansluve aiadcalctn
sweep of tho Mate, eletinc a decided ou
jority of tho Legislature, thus securing a
United States Senator in idacc of the
doughfaco Wright, and every member of
Uongrcss, which is a gam of throe.
Massachusetts, of course, is all right.
Governor, a large majority of the Legisla
ture, and probably fvcry member of Con
gress, ia tho fruit of her victory. . "
Illinois haa disappointed the Repnbli-
cans evciywhere, though she haa dono
nothing for Buchanan. It waa undoubt
ingly expected that a majority of her Lfg
islatur would be favorablo to tho election
of Lincoln to the United States Senate.
But that expectation has beon disappoint
ed. Douglas has both branches, which
leaves no doubt of his re-election. This
next to a Buchanan victory, it a disastrous
result. But wo must take tho bitter with
the sweet. On Congress wo have nothing
reliable, or but vcrv meacro return. V.v.
erything seems to have been lost sight of
in tbo contest for members of tho lWa
Ui're. If wo only hold our own, and eject
four 0 the nino members, wc thi II not bo
Wisconsin nioro than suitained her
reputation for uniochiog fidelity to Re
publican pnneiplct aca lovo offreadom.
We havo carried the Legtoturo, asd elect
ed our thrco members of Ooogrcsa By aa
increased aggregate majority.
In this Stite wo have done well tiu ev
erything but Congrtfs, Hcftt ' XUhigari
haa bidly slipped .up. In addituni to
llcvzd tluz 12 f?ir taitt lS:h i
n .. ... . r - .
oastle County gives nhitoby,Dcm.,
County, 107 majority for White-
from civea Wl.iteby 210 majority.
lotvcaMiiK ouu'jiy, gvri au cppoitrion
majority. -030 'for Governor.'. r'
ul defr K the -Fourth.
Davis is tonlidcflt of Hisownjrc'(ion,(I,j y . wmiiimi io.u
fromOakhnd. a.re.co. St ; CWr, Shu-! .t 175,000
wasae,&e.f it w barely pH.-ibh; hoitripht. j IrTiiOT)iMTiyrvrafitT;:M-The;Mctt-lf,
as ho claima, ' therw ii Ic:sj t!r: twj 0-!Ut of Ahba:ri Ihv4 raised '300,000
hundred a trains t hun, in theliOWer 1 cuiu -
aula, ho ia undoubtedly ciected. I5ut tuia
ho caunot know. If it shall turn out
that wo havo loat two members, Michigan
will have the responsibility of giviug the
Houie of Representatives to tho Admin
Hut tho general result, notwithstanding
these slight drawbacks, ia most gratifying
to every Rep iblican. and seals tho doom
nf Lpcomntoniani at the North. It haa
not nw a foot of ground to stand upon
. rn 1.
1.1 all the i rcj duiics. iwu yi-ars uuuvu
m c tdall bury the dead carcass of the bru
tal and unnatural monster. Det. Adv.
Mr. Howard Defeated.
The Det. Advertiser in epenkin,; of the
defeat of Wm. A. Howard for Congrc.i, '
remarks : !
Wc givo ittup. Mr. Howard is defeated.
Wc deeply regret this rcsult,boeauso it may
endanger the next Ifousc, and because we
lose the services of an able and faithful rep
resentative in the next Congress. But there
is no use in crying for spilt milk. The weath
er, and the government money, and illegal
voting, and hard lying, have been too
much for Republican apathy, and disaffec
tion. Washtenaw has done badly, and
Livingston has done no better. From
this county wc had but little to expoct,and j
A. t' -1 t .IK - ...1 1
WC nave gov It. U are guou in auu
small in works. Jackson, under the cir
cumstances, has done nobh, and of her
we have no fault to find. 15ut the thing
ia doue and we are prepared to submit.
A "Nigger Democratic" representative for
two years will do ub good. By that time
we phall probably bo prepared to consult
our own interests instead of those of the
THINK. The number of languages .spok
en are 4,004. The number of men is
about equal to the number cf women.
The average of human life is 33 years.
LOoe quarter din before the ac of 7. One
half before the age ot 1. To every 100
only six reach 75 years; and not more thau
one in 500 will reach SO years Tire are
on tho earth 100,000,U00 of inhabitants.
Ot these o:l,3tf3,383 die every year; 91,
824 die every day; 8,780 every hour, and
CO per tniuute, or one every second.
These losses arc about balanced by an equal
number of bit th. The married arc lon
ger lived than the single; m.d above all,
those who observe, a sober and industrious
conduct. Tall men livi: longer than short
ones. Women have tnoro chauces of life
previous to the age of 50 years than men,
but fewer after. The number of marriages
is in the proportion of 70 to lUfJ. Mar
riages aro more froquc tit after the equinoxe
that is, during thu months of Juno and
December. ' Those born in yprintare gen
vraly lime rvbrn-t thun othyr?. Birth and
deaths ate more frcqnont by night than by
day. Number of men capable of bearing
arms isono-fourth of the population.
MonniY AND IIakivitz Teii.mi.na
Hon or the Match.- -The match has
just been settled, and Mr. Morphy declar
ed tho winner, all bets being paid. They
were to have pluycd uutil one or the other
had won seveu game?; but when they stood,
Morphy five and Ilarrwitz two, the latter
gave it up, laying the blame of his defeat
upon his ill health; but the facti Morphy
is by far the best player. When the ter
mination of the match was announced at
the Cafe dc la iiegencc, the rendezvous
of the chess players here, the Americans
ascmblcd were ouitc uproarious iu
their exultation, while the Germans and
tho Prussians, who had bet upon Ilarrwitz
immediately suffered a terrible elongation
of countenance. Still they continue to
have hope, for another pcrsou haa been
sent for to try his hand at playivig with
the formidable you g American, and tho
person is a countryman t.f thcirx. Fan's
Corrwpondevt nfthe Jlnnton Transcript.
Hume, the Medium. The Springfield
Fejiublican gives au interesting sketch
of the life of Hume, the Medium, who haa
jut married a very rich well-born Russian
lady. In his youth he was a tailor's ap
prentice in Norwich; in Springfield he was
a professional Spiritualist, and iu New
York he was a student of medicine with
a houittupathic physician. He bubaoqucut
ly went U London for his health, and from
thence to Paris, where he irequeatcd the :
best Freuch society. In Paris the papers
occupied themselves about him the Em
peror had him at the Tuilleries, und his
spiritual performances, such as lifting a
table, making a clock suddenly stop, call
ing up spirits, 6i f were tho talk in all tho
salons. His father is still living humbly
in Norwich, while Huni hUnacJf is on the
ton wave of Russian society, intimate with
princes, visiting the imperial family, spend
ing as much money aa ho pleases, and prob
ably happy, as his tpiritt never fail him.
CoirruBE Extraordinary. It is be
coming quite tho rage among young ladies
to cut the hair off at tho sides, and wear
it as if iu a profusion of short, friizled
curls, which arc combed back from the
temples and formed into rows, one above
the other, tbo geneial effect being some
what irregular and very coo'ettiah.
Charming" ia the almost universal ver
dict, and a furore is the consequence
among boarding-school mises aud those of
our belles who Tike to produce a sensation.
The fever has spread rapidly, and hun
drcd of youthlul boauties have aurren
dered their glossy tresses to tho barber.
. . . . I 1 ... .t. J' ... 1F 1
Probably noimng oui tue aiciatcs 01 1. an
ion oould have indued the fair owner to
part with any portion of their treasures 0
dark and golden hair. Bat are they
aware of tho quarter whence tbia Luhion
1 1 t. ...... ar. v:tu.
with the Parisian lorcttei (frail female,)
gnd waa impoTtod.by. two rejtCtivca
cf tbat iUUiho4.
:a bcpininK fur an cnduwincn f
Univeuity I'd Grp'jbvov.gh
Just so Tho Grand Rivcrft'f !e skv
Tho Waahioctau Union, iu aucveyiux-U t
political uciu, speaica exuumgiy di "iim
past aud future," but it seeiua to have
no relish for a dissertation upon "the pres
ent. Crimk in Kent County, There have
been one hundred aud eighty-five commit-
, ments for crime to the Jail of Kent county
! t 1 . a 11.1.L... i.L
1 iruui tiauuary 1st 10 vciooer iota.
Losino Confidence. The President
haa blocked out the main features of tho
Mcsuuge but does not consult the Cabinet
on the subject
What they had done. The Free
Frets of Saturday takes up a column in
telling what the democrats have done
. ., . , , ;
there is oue thing tn.-y never have done, ;
Mil 1.1... -It
and never will do, and that i.1 to reconcile
freo men to slavery.
New York State Fair Receipts.
The total receipts of the Fair at Syracuse
were $10,815 81. Last year at Buffalo,
$13,078 81. This falling off was all owing
to tho rain ou the third day.
ear The total receipts of the Michigan
State Fair, exclusive of the subscriptions
?2,000 by the City of Detroit, weie $4
David Wilmot on the Bench. The
Hon. David Wilmot ia re-elected Presiding
Judge of the Judicial district composed of
the counties of Susquehanna and Bedford
by 4,030 majority uvcr II. W. Patrick,
Old line Whig.
Bingham. This is a new township
in Huron county, composed of township
fifteen, ranges 12, 13 and 1 1, settled prin
cipally by Polanders and haa already scv
euty familiea there aro only two Buchan
an mm in the totcnthip.
Tho Cincinnati Enquirer
racy the " Constitutional
constitution hts but to articles
principles and fat uflirc.
An Editor in Luck. Tin? proprict- r
ot the lny (Alabama) liidcK'uuviit !
American congratulates himscif ujx.n hav
ing a n w p'ir of bnvchc the cloth eogt
him four " bit"' a yard. His wife thinks
they arc to haudomo that the wears thorn
A Snki Incomw. Mr Howe, tho in
ventor os the looj-Mich ued by all the
betl scwini: machines, derive an annual
income of 00,000 from his invention.
W. H. liroWn, l'rottecutihg Attor
? Calhyuu county, hss resigned his
oflaoc in consequence of the inncViuaej' of
tho salary, $r00. The Circuit Judg.-,
Hon. B. F. Craves, will fill the vacancy
until January next, by appointment.
JhiTThe United Congregational and
Presbyterian Church, and Society of Bat
tic Creek have passed a series of appro
priate resolutions upon the death of their
former Pastor, Rev. S. D. Pitkin.
JBq5 A company of drng"cn;t i- bciiu:
enrolled at Jackson. Thirty-three names
are already entered
ttU We notice that wild g rso aro be
ginning to fly potithward. It is said to be
the sign of an early winter. Jmhton
tsff A large bMir was killed in Leroy,
Calhoun county, last Tuesday. The ani
mal received nine ball before it yielded.
4jrThc City Council of Richmond
(Va) have determined to organize a paid
lltALTn for tue Sira. Dr. Rocbek'r Scan
pixaviajj REMECits are creating a revolution iu
Modical practic. They act directly upen tho cir
cuUtion. Discaao origUiatea in the bleod, and
these medicines purgo it out. Iu dyppoptia, cer
Toua complaints, acrafula, rbe iimatixm, incipient
consumption, fit3, liver complaint, bronchitis, fe
ver and ague and all dicordtraof the lung?, tho
ftomacb, the liver, tho bowels, tbo nervea or the
akiu, they are infallible. .Sec AdvcrtUeacnt.
II A8 PROVED A
But,taking advantage of the first meaiageconveyed,
Has juat returned from the city with a full aad
complete assortment of
Which he will tell cheaper than waa aver 4c! in
tbia market! '
He wont be Uoderao W t
Tim TLif CAu'i U Did!!
II piysooRenta, "PaddleahlaownCanoo," Duyi
fr Cash and
Selb for Ready Pay."
Ifyoa want the Jargeat Pile of Goods for tho
Hm Allot Sam o( aXonerf
CALL ON W.It HAWKINS,
VTl will aiwayi U 00 taod at tho 014 (fetal.
TERMS READY PA
faw paw, $rr. Mb, 1!6. . nt
Ia Laf itik iomlp, FovuaUc tia litii. If
Aaa HariLOB, MlbLer of the QtttL UrTVtu.
K. liv nature xt, Ctu torsi, U tin. Amni
M. JtVMyoi, cf Vaa Daren ounty, llkb.
That tLy u.ay livo, a:i4 thotr prrant happioeaa
CvLtL-iP, i-!..! tic Lair -..f tLir I.t tJj ar: aa '
4 th "cauJy fHxir.s" tb at mount', i i.e cik ti.. ?
.'-t i. r l.o Lf:t:''lt i.a of "ui"tfriiV :f
)y 'tlx Ars'riCi'r; cLetctit
Lot'.'., l.lzzz, J L's..j eurtl tb'e
U- J- I'.Avaa. oi
Shah, of a Liver Cutnplalut that thre&tnl LiJ
liie. Tbia simple tact, aa tnlbt be ea4U3( rta
dora tbe Americana lmmeuaely popular here, while
we Engliih are orerlovked. Doubtleaa oar ow&
acholara made Uie diacoreriea which he atsplojt,
and thu a it ia in eYtrytbiog : we do the later, tbab
theinrusinj: Auierlcaua put their mark on it aci
take tbe re war d.Doct. Ayer ii IdoIjteU Ly the
Court and it retainer here, wblch will doattleta
be reflected to bim on a gold aucffbox, tr diamond
hilled auord, while Uvt tbe name even of Dary,
Thriatoaoa or Crodie tbe prtat alijbti by whUh
he ahinca, ia kuown." .V ic York .Sunday Paper.
pQr Keepinr the OOUntV P00r.
"vavv,ti.i u iy Ji
lESOL LI), by the Ht.ar.1 'f Superlaor, that
H superintendenta of the Iw, 01 thi. Countr,
receive scaled proposal, until the hrat day of Jan
uary next, for t..o keeping of the County Poor, at
one place in aaid County, at a atated price pr
head per week ; and tbat in auch case, they be iu
1 tructcd to award anrh contract to the loweat re
aponaiblc bidder, who ahall, in their judgment, Le
a proper person to hate tbe charge of the aarce-'
and who will treat them with humanity, and fur
niah them with wholeaome food. And also, that
they be iurtrncted to employ a well qualified Phy
ticiau, at a certain price per year, tbe contract to
be alao awaked to tbe loweat bidder; aud that they
cause a notice of the aame to be published fur four
auccepsiv wevka iu ou wf tb paprj of tbflCvU&ty.
Superintendents of Poor may be addreMed at
Paw Paw. S. T. CONWAY, Clerk.
(A true copv.)
Octotr 15th, 185. 16Cw
IN pursuance and by rirtuo of a decree of tbe
Circuit Court, for the county of Van liunre,
in chancery, luado ou tbe fifta day of Ocfol-r,
1858, in a certain cauc tLercia pecdiup, wheroiu
Theodore P. Skeldon and Horace Mower arc com
plainant!, and George P. Smith and Mary A.
Smith, aro defendant; notice ii hereby girtc,
that I ahall sell at puplic auction to the bigheu
bidder, at U-n o'clock, A. M. on Saturday, tbe tight
ecnth day of December. 1856, at the Van hurt n
County Court Hu, in Paw Paw in caU county,
the following described premise situate in aaid
couuty of Van Ruren and State of Michigan, to
Hit' all thoao certain pieoea of land described a.
fcllows: lota number tire and rix, in block num
ber twenty-three in P.itely'a addition to tbe village
Lawton, as recorded in the Register'a t-ffiee, of Vuu
Rureu Countr, State of Michigan.
Circuit Court CouiiiiisHor.tr.
for Vuu liurcn County, Mich.
Nyvemter l.t. lS.'.a. iSCvii
1 N" pO!
N" i)Orrua!icw and by virtue of a decree v( the
tit Court, for tho r.tintv Van kurn. in
chatic r , :: !i the Cf'li dnv if Oct'Vr,A. !.,
iRv3, ; t. :r't ti eeu-uj tberxin Htding. wherein
Ttii'o'-. 1 r'u. bt.ini I complainant, aud .NhLatd
M-V.--.1, .:ei i.dant ntire is benby given tbat
I l.'.i k. '.: 1 :x', HU'tlcu, to the hig"bt Iddder,
at nine oVlcn A. , : :.; day, the f if l:tntii
day of I)eceinb-r, A. i., i:', ir Ijrn
County ('Mirt IloUre, in l aw i ..-., : w : C
tbe following ueHTite 1 prtruies situate i;i fh
cfnntyit Vau Kurt n and State of Michigan, tr.wit :
alt tbotcrrtain pie tf lnnd krmwn and described
aa the north east qt:art r ol the north east garter
of auction one, in township four, south of ratge
thirtrn nfit, rnntjrirvr lurty crv$ of IsitJ -cording
to he Vuited State Survey.
Circuit Court C.miQioner,
fr Van Puren, County Mich.
November 1st, 1858. ?imC
IN purruance and by virtue of a decree of tie
Cir uit Court, fur the ccunty of Van Puien, iu
chancery, ma on the sixth day of October, lt5?.
in a certain cause therein pending; Lru
Ocorge W. Abbo and George Colt, are ccmi laii.
antt, And Ilobert Malby, Klita A. MalU, ai.i
Colea Gren, are defendants; notice ia bezel y f iv
en, thst I ebali sell at publie auction, to tbe bit
cstbl'Mer, Ht tileven oVlock, A. M.. oa Matt J.!,
tho tibU-ri.tli 'ny cf Decern V.tr, lfiS. at the Vi
r.uren County Court llcusc, in Paw Paw, in (nil
county, the fo;lowin7 defcribed prcmiaar, aitut
in the county of Van L'urcri, and derrribed aa ful
lows, to-wit: all tboe certain pieces or parcala cf
land aituato and being in the village cf Mattawan,
known aa number one, two, three end four, in
block numWrone, hi said village of Mittaan, ia
aaid county of Van Buren and State of Micbigao.
Circuit Court Cevuaiseifeuer.
for Van Dureo Cruoty, Mich.
November 1st, 1858.
Dl'.l'AULT having been made ia the paju.fi. of
a corUiu sum f money secured to be paid by
au indenture of mortgage bearing date tbe c'tt
trenth day of April, A. 1. 1P55, executed by Cbaj.
M. Odell and Hanuah K. Odellr bia wife, ofl'at
Paw, Van Pureu county, Micfclfn:, to Hiram Fin
land, of the aame pica, on .:.': p: eta isea lerrin
after described And hicb nto;rbe was duly re
corded ia the office of tho lUciVvrof Deeds, for
the county of Van Buren, Fit'. cf il hif tu, 0
the aovcuUuth day of Api:!, A. 1). Itll, at 8
o'clock A. M. tn Libtr D o:" z.iTtttgo, ou pigts
539 and 510, and wbiob :ncrt;r;e was duly
assigned by caid Hirau uyiaud to Janes
Harris of aaid county of Vau L'urcn, by aaaign
ment dated the fourteenth day of May, A. D. I8tt,
and recorded in the Register's office .aftxreaaid, on
tho 11th day of May, A. I). If 55, at 3 o'clock P. IL
in Liber 1, of mortgages, on pages 541 and H2
hi.d which inartgsgo wai afterward assigned Vy
said James Harris to Henry W. Khodea, of tLa
county aforesaid by an assignment dated thu te&lk.
day ot December, A D 1855, and recorded ia tba
Ilegister oflic aforesaid on tbe tenth dar ( De
ccmber, A D lc55, at half paei 1 o'tUkCUia
Libar E of mortgage an page 427; and eriikfcr
mortgaga waa afterward duly aaaigved by ttdd Han.
ry W Rhodes to Jno.C Everett of tho county aforraai J
by an aaairxnent dated tbe aeventb day of July,
A D 1S5G, and recorded ia the Ileglater'a ofBce,
aforesaid on the eleventh day of July, A. D. 1356,
at C o'clock P M in Lilr E of mortgage! 00 page
430, and which mortgage waa ajterwardJ duly as
signed by tho aaid John C. Everett to Thaddeua
R. Harriaon, of the county aforesaid, by an aa.
signruent dated tho twenty-first day of October,
A. D., 1858, and recorded in tbe He gist era efic
aforesaid, 00 tho twenty-first day of October, A. D.,
1858, at five o'clock, P. M..oa page 150,ln Liber O.
of mortgagoa.and on which mortgage there la cla.'med
to be due and uipaid at tbia date, November 4th,
laa8,the sum of one tnmdred and sixty dollara aad
ten cent, ($l0,ie,) being for the second aai
part of the third installments and interest to date,
aad do proceedings at law or in chancery hiving
been inaUtuted to recover tbe amount e cured bjr
aid mortgage or any part thereof;
Notice ia therefore hereby pivea tbit by virtu
cf a power cf sal csstaisci-in n:d cicrtgafe,
which power haa become ptrt'ive by tbo dtfault
aforesaid and in pnrinance rf t'o e'.ttut-f in rach
u provided tb premises eocurat cd 1 7 freid acrU
gage to wit: Lot number two in block b amber
twenty-four in lha Tillage of Taw Tiw, ra tba
county of Van Buren, and State of Mubig ta, ac
cording to tho recorded plat of aaid village with
the appurtenances or ao much thereof a a will bo ate
essary to satisfy the amount da on bi& mortgage,
and coat of a ale, will bo told at rmbh auction er
vendue to the highest bidder, tuHect to eta tubs-
auent irra tallment of taid mortgage yet o becatno
ue of ooo hundred dollar 1 and tctc-rajt, at ti
Ccnrt Uonaa, in tbo rUUgo of Taw Paw, is Mid
oouoty, tbat bolng tat ploeo of bciditg tho irok.
eoort for aaid eonntr on tho twen ty-cicth day of Jan
nary, A. D. 1859, at 1 o'clock in tbo aiternooo.by tie
boriffof a aid cjucty or his depwt;or under benf.
THADDHL3 R. HlItISOK.