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,m ,(Arm7,eym;,of ,lou.iraticml
hat It will not do to slJuw institutions in
he Trriitoricf", the incipient co-aov.ireigu
.Stages of this Union, to crow up from such
;i souicc. A sovcrtigntj which ahoulJ be
the fruit of so noxious h parentage would
not be fit for asiociation with that sover
eignty of tlie Stato of this Unio i, of which
wo nro so justly proud ami so justly bunst.
Yhero, thu, docs tho rightful sover
eignty or tunrcme Mithr rity in thoTerrito
t reside during the territorial condition
of the infant commnuiljy? Let u.tce.
We first hear of tho Territory as a new
purchase by the federal povcrniuerit from
;;:nc other ownership. If it be inhabited
by citizens of the nlienating nation at tho
trine of purchase, the treaty of p rfh:tia
rsprt'.Iy stipulates that these inhabitants
aro to enjoy all tho rights, privileges and
immunities of tho citizens of the I'uitcd
States. Thus, the very act of aoqusition
no:a lives the idea of the territory's nubjee
tiv h to the sovereignty of residents,whether
riiion or the savages or adventurers slio
are the pets of tho red-republican theory.
Ti e next acts we hear of in the history
o. the uw Territory relate to the estab
lishment of land offices for the sale of its
hind. by tho federal government, id I re
svrvinthe right of eminent domain ex
pressly in the federal government, with re
version to the State into which it is in the
t'.ituro to mature. Here, ngaiu, is an em
phatic negation of the red-republican no
tion of the absoluto individual sovereignty
of the squatter in the new domain.
"Whose right there is none to dispute
From the centre all round to the soa.
The next step we sco taken in the pro
r.rw of the territory is its organization in
to i territorial government, within pro
siv'iIhmI territorial metes and bounds,byaet
ot Congress. Here again is an emphatic
negation of the sovereignty of the individ
ual srjuattcr Congress, of its own au
thority and right, prescribes the form of
government, and the territorial mctc. and
bounds of its authority, with utter indifl
creneo to the pretentions of its "sovereign"
occupants. Moreover, it uot only delegates
in express terms to the new government
the specific power which it is authorized
to exercised, and to the territorial legisla
ture tho specific subject on which it may
legislate; but it expressly res rves to itself
a veto upon all the acts of the government
and legislature and all powers in the- Ter
ritory uot expressly delegated to these sub
ordinate tribunals. Thus the squatter has
no voice in determining the form of the
government uudcr which he lives, or the
area o the territory which is to limit the
new community or State which he has en
tered, or the subject matters of jurisdic
tion delegated to the new government
which is erected over him by a foreigu
agency. Thus up to this point in the his
tory of the Territory we find that ho has
had no voice in affairs whatever, except
in the election of members iu the territo
rial I:gislalurJ a body ofuarrowly-defineu
E&Tf Y.nry act.ollirhicli Js. sublet. ty
c 3 1 ) g r e s i oual-ve t o .
For indeed, in tho organization of aoma
tif the ear'icr Tirritorics, did the squatter
en joy my voice whatever in selecting leg
islators? The governor and his council,
composed of the judges of the courts, (all
appointed by the federal executive,) con
ititutiug the legislature. Thus thero was
not au elective office in the whole economy
of the territorial organization.
Here then we have seen an utter com
plete, negation of every shadow nf individ
ual sovereignty, authority and light what
soever in the squatter, f'roai the time of
the territorial purchase, through the whole
periul of territorial adolescence, up to the
tim: of the erection of the Terr toiy into
And even at this eventful period, and
in I his final act which closes the existence
t'lhe Territory, the equattcr is not the
actor, but Congress alone. For Corigr ss
u;- n l!y by 'enabling nets,' prescribes the
tune, place, and circiimstanecs of holding
i'e: tcr. itoi ul convention for the framing
oi'.i Stat i constitution designating the
1 bees for taking t lie polls and the ofliceis
.ml judges of the election, and prescribing
the qualification of voters. It is oulv :if-
thefrjmingoftli.it instrument, and its
i-.it i lie it ion by the inhabitants of th : Ter
ritory, tint this discretion of Congress is
limited by the constitution; for, tho in
cipbmt proceedings having been all regu
Itr, Congres has, then only discretion to
decide whether the form of government
provided for by the convention of the pro-f.oM-d
Stales is republican or not. If it
be republican, all other proceedings bMug
regular, then tho sovereign!', not of tho
Hjuat.ers individually, but of the no.v ag
gregate community, appears for the first
"t.inir, entitling the new sovereign Sta c to
h-j acknowledged and recognized by Cen
tres a such, whatever be the orginic
provisions incorporated iu it3 constitution.
Tuns we hare explored, the sourco of
the dogma of squatter sjverfeiguty; and,
tracing th progve:s of each Territory of
this Unio!!, we have seen t!i if dpgma ne
gatived in ever" act of iu history. We
have seen, that sovereignty in. tl. IVrri-
tory cannot come from tin: individual i
squatter. c h ue seen tint it docs come
from an I dues reside iu, during every
hour of the existence of the Tcnitory, a
different antagonistic source; that is to way,
tioiii aud in Congress, icprcs.Miting the
1,'uiou at largr; under the federal cojiti-
W retrd with u ispcak;iblo contempt
hM effort to prove that the Xebraska-Kan-5
is art, rr any other territorial act ever
p i-srd by Congress, contains a scintil.'a of
this doctrine, or gives a wink or blink of
countenance to it. It has seemed to us
t'i it to assort that the dogma is recognized
in any word of that act is as preposterous
;n to as.;crt that tire is ice, or that black is
Vj ti r t!t frra f.putter in the opular, nt.d not
in hi ipp'cbi'ioua ene.
Mr. Prpto:if of Kentucky, de
clines the missioii to Spiin, after bavin
r.i t . ; j 1 1 v J h i e p j n r ' .
t. n. nAnmsow, tE.ltuM
OFFICIAL PAPER CF Tilt COUNTY.
r.W PAW, Fit I DAY, XOV.20; 1858.
The Rcpublicau festival and jubilee
over the recent spleudid Kepublican vic
tories, announced for last Friday evening,
came otf at that time with moro than an
ticipated eclat. The notices and invita
tions had been given out so short a time
prvious,and in fo irregular a manner, that
few expected that there would be more
thau a dozen or two in attendance, and
some wero fearful that it would be a tame
and insipid affair; but, unexpectedly, be
fore eight o'clock, the large public house
vais crowded to its utmost capacity, with
spirited and jubilant Republicans, with
their ladies, all expectaut of a brilliant
and glorious time, and enger to participate
in rational festivity and iunoceot jollity.
Friendly greetings, smiling cauntcnances,
happy faces, and the cordial "grip," serv
ed to fill up tho time 'till the supper was
prepared, which being anuounwd, all re
paired to the immense dining hall, and
after being seated, the Divine blessing
was implored by the Kcv. Mr. Cogswell.
About an hour was occupied in the de
struction of oysters and the otlmr daiuty
aud sumptuous viands, which mine host
had prepared f.r his vast crowd of visitors,
when the audience was called to order by
F. J. House, Chairman, aud the following
toasts read, several of which, wcie hand
sumcly responded to by gentlemen present :
The Yittoriti ire th'i night commemorate They
ft'i-ur a triu:nph in 18C0, which shall "put the
Nat irn openly, actively aud perpwtuully ou the
side of Freedom."
The American I'nion of State May it never
cea.-e to exi.-t until its perpetuity shall depeud upon
national wing tho institution of slavery.
The Kepublican Party It minion if to nation
alize Freedom and retriet Slavery. Slay its tmc
cets be neither doubtful nor distant.
Our Governor and State Ticket Elect All truo
men ; capable and hoiuvt, and not the lean among
them our distinguished fellow-citizen, Hon.
TJic Kama Pulley of the Adminittration A
record of sin, and vriuuvihd shamo, without a par
allel iH the history of any civilized nation. .May
tho speedy triumph of UcpuUh an principles save
the future of our country fYoniuch another record.
Squatter Sovereignty A legitimate child of de
generate democracy. It "ia of few days and full
of trouble. It cometh forth liko a flower and
cut down. It fleet h aLo M a shadow and contin
Our Polillrnl Opponent in thin State. After four
year fasting by exclusion from th public crib,
they started to m:.c the Treaniry on a h'nnfer,
L.!t 'heir ftuit'ial having had only a J'ct k of pro
ycudir, and t r. V" "dl i,catAiA.Miiau7j-rrT-Trnny-iir
trr .nir.'j .ty.
Thiity-lh:ec t.uam1 'nhn'rrlirnt fX a Star
St'itc, anil uiintg-thrce thoin?id fur a Fiic State
May the doctrine aud it oiiiuatora pa speedily
into political oblivion.
One Senator Elect Quv of tho pop-yunt who
visited Allegan. Ty his ularity with the pe
ple, bo has )rjpvd it to hi competitor tu the tune
of five hundred majority.
Eire and Water Light and l)arknf9 Vi and
Virtue- uie perfectly op pan lie n in iplrfirh'eh enn
not rxitt f f Arr-'-Not le.'s iuronirruoits arc Liberty
and Slavery under the fainfl government. Th1
ono muat t'i"cimb to tho otlo r. 15y the ble.t-ing
of God and the prevalence of ound Ittpublieau
principle", m.iy Slavery be sp:edily swept from
the face of our beloved country, aud the principle
of human Liberty be :o firmly estaolished throngh
out, that the gates of hell or tl;:vocracy, houId
nerer prevail against thi in.
V; uWiVort IIiiul-Shd, 7. l)cm',e.ft'i: Wheel
larroir, A fair representation of tho relative
expenditure of tho respective adtuin'n'trHtions.
The Pcoph' cf Kanan thoir reject im of the
Lngli.-h propttsitioii, they have shown that they arc
uninfluenced by i.n"en, and uuterrified by threat;
and that in their opinion, h population Miflicient to
form a Flave State is al.o sitlhcient lor a Flee
The Ji'rpn ntutivc EUetuf Ynn Daren County
In the political ru on the .d of ovcuibcr, t ame
out .Vil ahead of his competitor.
Our otf M.iv hi prosperity bo cijunl to the
rumptuottsm-KS of his entertainment,
Warn un With despoti.m,the ulmeoC man; with
Trccdoni, his tjuil.
Our dittifjuiahcil gitrst front Jaekton ('ynty
)iu of Michigan's mo.t gifted sons, whose fidelity
to Republi'-anion i. eTer steadfast; his zeal iu tho
glorious rnn never wavers, and needs not tho
t mail (is of prefer m: nf. r
Tho Hon. Austin ISlair, of Jackson,
being present, arose in response to thc 'lat
sentiment. Mr. 1)., with his proverbial
modesty, commenced by. saying that, he
accepted tho compliment, not for himsdf,
but as a deserved tribute of respect and
justice to tho unwavering patriotism aud
devoti u of the republicans of Jackson
County, under whose oaks tho Republican
party hid Ufen formed, and where its
principles had been proudly and triumph
antly maintained since. That this party,
which received its iKiptismal cognomen,
in the county which he had tho honor to
ropivM-nt this evening, had from that
small nuclei!., gathered there iu the sum
mrr of IS.") I, extended its political branch
es, eastward and westward, uutil now wo
met to cclcbr.itc its victories in a sufficient
number of States to elect a President of
the American Union.
He then made a few of his bold and
brilliant " dashes" at Honshu and the re
cent election in Illinois, by which he
made the " little " giant look more insig
uificant than ever. For about ten min
utes he held him up to the gaic of tho
audience, and pouied upon him a storm
of wit, sarcasm, and logic, which showed
the "little ancient cabiuct maker" most
conclusivcly,tob? the impersonation of cor
rupt demagoguism; a place-scckicg poli
tician; unbound in political ethics; and
unworthy tho confident. and support of
the Gr at Kepublican prty. After dell-
ing some little tiuio upou thtj principle.
of Republicanism, and their political and
moral bearing upon the prosperity of the
; nation, he sgain congratulated the present
gathering upon the strong aud solid basis
upon which, ns a national party,theltepubli
cans had been placed daring the brit f period
of four years, which had elapsed since its
first organization. Mr. lIair then took
his seat amid tho most enthusiastic cheer
ing the ladies particularly, uniting to do
honor to tho distinguished citizen from
The Kev Mr. Cogswelljbeing loudly called
for, was brought to his feet, aud for a few
moments entertained the meeting with
hii peculiarly humourous, bold and earnest
style of oratory ; couducing much to the
spirit and effect of the evening assemblage.
While speaking, h playfully remarked
that ho suppose he should bo gazetted in
nearly one- ha! the newspapers in the
State for daring fo attend a celebration of
this kind; and be forcibly admonished that
" ministers must preach the gospel aud
not meUdlo with politics;" but he called
upan the Chairman to bear witnrss that
his remarks had not transcended' the field
of morals that his speech, was not ao
litical speech that slavery was an evil,
and that as such, he had a right to oppose
it ant and everywhere as occasion mfght
give opportunity-. He at down, loudly
cheered by the auditory.
The Paw Paw Bra as Hand was present,
under tho leadership of Prof. C. P. Hub
bard, and added much to the entertain
ment.. At about eleven o'cleck the meeting
adjourned with three cheers.
ItsF This week we publish an extract
from the Washington Union, the express
organ and mouth-picco of President Bu
chanan, andthc exponent of the last meta
morphose ot degenerate democracy. 13y
this article tho last shred of "popular
so-vcruignfcy" has been torn to pieces, and
scattered to the four winds. We have
been aware for somo time, that this miser
ablo humbug must die out, sooner or later,
notwithstanding thcgalvanizing that Doug
las was endeavoring to give it in Illinois;
but wo were not prepared to see its quon
dam admirers and glorifiers, now the last
spark of vitality has been snuffed out, turn
upon it, and kict its dead carcu's. They
should show more respect in the obsequies
of their own bantling, aud a more decent
reject to tho fccliioM.nt Air lwg!j-H
illicit progenitor, aud Gen. Cass its politi
cal God -father. Read the article through
Republican.-, and ask your Auti-Lccomp-tou
ucighborsto read it;aLo. It will pay.
The Official Canvass of the State
will not bo made till some time in Decem
ber, and consequently it will be difficult,
until that time, to give tho exact Repub
lican majority, but it will probably bo
somewhere from i ijnt to n thousand
large enough for all practical purposes,
aud large enough for the harmony and
permanent success of the party.
Thk Skwaui DnrntiNK. The follow
ing passage from a sjcceh from Governor
Seward as recently delivered at Rochester,
is prouueing an extraordinary sensation
at the south.
Thus these antagonistic svstem; aro
continually coming in closer contact, and
collision results. Shall I tell you what
this collision means? Thev who think that
it is accidental, tin necessary, the work of
interested or Inimical ajitaturs, and there
fore ephemeral, mistake the- cr.se altogether
It is an irrepressible conflict between on.
posing and enduring forcer, and it mean a
that the L'nilid tS'tates inn it and 'will,
sooner or Inter, bemme. entirely a slave
holding nation or mtircty a fret-labor
nation. i.itUfr the cotton and lice fields
of South Carolina and the sugar plantations
ot Lioutsina win ultimately, he tilled by
free labor, and Charleston and Now Or.
leans become marts for merchant!
or elso the rye fields and wheat field of
.nassacnusetts and ."New lork must again
be surrendered by their farmers to slave
culture, and to the production of slaves,
and Roston and New York becomo once
more a market for trade iu tho bodies and
souls of m&n. It is the failure tn nnnro
hend this great truth that induces so many
unsuccessful attcmps at final compromiso
between tho slave and free States, and it
is uiutiui-iicc m uus iact t int. -Truty
all furh pretended eompromne, irhen made
vain ana ephemeral.
"The people ol this State have not yet
conciuueu to turn out the black Republi
can party. Well, let it lc o. States,
like individuals, ' learn experience by the
things they suffer" Joural.
Our neighbor is correct. The truth of
mc auovo paragraph is endorsed by a
round Republican majority of 12 000
votes. "The pcoplo have not yot conclu
ded to turn out tho black Republicans,"
because they have "learned experience"
by their sufferingH. They "suffered" for
twelve long years under tho wasteful and
extravagant rule of Locofoco'sni. Their
State'debt was unpaidthe interest al
lowed to accumulate the trr
prcssive their surplus funds were us,d
to enrich private pockets, and their money
was squandered upon party favorites-!
Iheirs was a bitter "experience." Thev
hjva profits by the lesson.-Zinimj
JxepixhUfn . J
!LU JLi. i-LIg-T 11" J ' i -"-11 ' J
1 Douglas la n Circtf ct C,113 U IMJccis.
Tho Chicago Prea fc Triluneoi Thurs
! day morning publishes tho official vote of
i Illinois, which shows that taking the vo'e
on Congressman as a test, tho Republican
majority over both wings of the "Democ
racy" is 4025, and that Douglas is in a
minority in tho State of 9,11G. The lrest
says that in spite of the unfair apportion
ment by which Mr. Douglas has secured
both branches of the Legislature, tho Re
publicans of Illinois have abundant reason
to bo satisfied with the result of the great
contest through which. tny have just pas -
sed. Taking Fremont's . voto as a standard
of comparison, (and.tHatria , a fair test) wo
have rrained nearly THIRTY THOU-
SAND siuco 1850. Tho entire vote oftba
State is 252,722, against 233,031 two
A Defkatkd Conohessmn. Col.
Walker, the editor of the Larorte Timet
talks after tho following fashion over his
recont defeat as candidate for Congress:
" Well wo are again at the editorial ta
ble haviug concluded upon mature re
flection not to go tc Washington, but to
give attention at homo, to business of a
higher import 1 The Convention held at
Plymouth on the 20th of July last placed
some beautiful graves in sight of the edit
or of this paper, lie jumped with all his
mighty to receive thorn, but missed the
mark and now thoso ugly grapes arc sour!
Like the fox in tho fable the editor would
not stop to pick them up, even, if tluy lay
in his very ps.th. To say tho best of it,
Washington is an unhealthy city I Slavery
exists there, and being opposed to that in
stitution, we would not, for any consider
ation bo brought under its contaminating
What thk Rftuhlicans got t.y Lion
izino Senatok Crittkndkn. After Sen
tor Crittenden made his anti-Lecompton
speech the Republican press unanimously
commenced lionizing him. Somo declar
ed for him as their first choice for Presi
dent, and' nearly all expressed a willing
ness to support him. Rut he seems to
have taken a great deal of pains to demol
ish bis fri- nds in Illinois. To him the
Chicago Democrat ascribes the loss of so
many Old Line Whigs and Know Noth
ings in the south and middle part of that
State. It may he that Judge Douglas can
find sotne way to reward Senator Critten
den for his kindness. He certainly owes
IIor thk Money Goes. A Washing
ton correspondent of the New York Trib
une states that the salary of the President
has been swelled by surreptitious and il
legal appropriations to 875,000. He ha
menials drawing salaries as clerks iu u any
of the Departments and wo have even
known cases wl" a the valets and coach
men of "loyal .Members of Conmsts" have
been given nice little snug sinecures of
SS00 aud 81,000 a year on consideration,
"we supines-,-or asMng no fuithcr wages
from their private employers.
The Lexington Rxtres.s. which
since the death of its Jarty, and iu the ab
vijce of any political principle, may be
termed a neutral paper says: "Should
Lincoln be elected we shall have to call
it an Admsnistration Rlaek Republican
t.'iumph. Should Douglas bo elected we
shall have to call it a Douglas Democratic
Rlaek Republican triumph. In the name
of Paul, what kas Democracy como to
whither is he going and of what h it-composed
Slavery xx Kansas. Mr. Daily, of
Nebraska, introduced into the House, on
tho 25th nit., a bill prohibiting shiver'
and involuntary servitude in the Territo
ry of Nebraska, after the first of January,
1S5J). H was relerred to a select com
mittee of five, with instructions to report
on the .'Jd in.-d. The nature of the report
we have yet to learn.
Kans s Cunvkntion. A Free State
Convention, to tonsi-t of one hundred del
egates, was to commence itssessiou iu Law
rence, November 10. Its proceedings will
be of general, interest, as it will divide up
on a platform for the Free State party iu
Kansas, and upon tho propriety of a new
application to Congress for admission into
the Union as a Stato.
A SiNUULAit Vote. At the election
iu Massachusetts, the town of South Dan
vers voted as follows for Governor :
Ranks Rcpuhlicau 411
Reachf Democrat 414
Iiwrence, American 4lt
Indiana V ti Hcnntors.
Indianapolis, Nov. 21.
The Senate to-day passed a resolution
by a vote of 2( to declaring tho elec
tion of .Jesse 1). Bright, and Gorham N.
Fitch to the ,U. S. Scuale, illegal, uncon
stitutional and void. The sanmresolutieu
is pending iu th House.
Dcatlr ol n .11- V,
Chicago, Nov. 21.
Hon. T. L. Harris, member of Cougrcss
elect, from the Sixth District, died of con
sumption at six o'clock this morning.
Bfft Congress meets this year on the
sixth of December, being one weeks from
next Mond iy. The Houeo meets in its
new Hall, the Scnato in its old one. The
session will terminato on the 4th of March.
Wisconsin. Tho aggregate Republican
majority in Wisconsin, on the Republican
ticket, is nearly 0,500 a gain of about
7,U00 inco last year.
It seems to be generally conceded
that Conn will be compelled to leave the
Cabinet. IU spends more than he gets,
aud refuses to tafce any steps to make both
ends meet. In short, Cobb has shelled
out to freely.
fcirTbo President i aid linc the
elections to be as implacablo m ever, and
very naturally ; he has-more cm$ to make
'' After a Slice of Mexico.
The President is cutting an "eye of
thoughtfu!nes3'(as Cushiug has it) towards
Mexico. Ouo of th Democratic letter
writers at Washington say.i :
" Tho next great question will bo the
Mexican question, (reueral Cushing hai
soundeil the cry in Lis Richmond speech
and South Carolina letter. The General
thinks the time ha gone by for tho pur
chase of Cuba. He a3ks, why hould
Spain sell Cuba? It is her most valuable
possession. Would we s.ll Georgia, or
1 Pennsylvania ? Certaiulv not. Tho noxt
demonstration will be made un
upon the land
of Cortez. The pear is ripo and' ready to
fall ; nay, is falling. Shall we not catch
and eat it ?"
Dentk ot Hlxlern Venous from l'atins Lon
don l'o!ontd Lozrugc.
A dreadful catastrophe has taken place
at Rradford. A large quantity of arsenic
appears to have be:n mixed with lozenges
aud sold at a retailer's shop. All who
partook of them were attacked with ter
rible paiuiand several died before the cause
was discovered. More than ono hundred
and eighty-three persons are still suffering
from the effects of tho poison, aud no few
er than sixteen had already died afc the
latest advices. It appears to have been
the mistake of a ch'emist's assistant: The
name of the unhappy person was William
Goddard, who was brought before the Bor
ough Magistrates on the 2dinstant, and
a formal inquest had:
What Utter IIuMiLiATiON.Loolcat
Old Buchanan, tiltiug in the White House
chop-fallen, dejected, utterly cast down
and essentially humiliated, reading the ac
counts of State after Stato which has de
serted hfm,r the whole culminating in the
triumph of his most feared and hated rival
and his most derisive aud implacable foe
the whole made more pregnant by that
" laugh of fiends," which Forney sets up
through the Philadelphia PreJs.
The Censorship in Russia". Rayard
Taylor says : " The list of foreign news
papers admitted into Russia has recently
been much larger, but they also pass
through the Censor's hands, and one fre
quently sees paragraphs of whole columns
either covered with a coating nf bbtck paste
or so nicely erased th;t no sign of printer's
ink is left.
ET)u The Louisville Journal pronounces
Gov. Seward's Rochester speech "ene of
the ablest and most graceful ever delivered
ou tho American stump; Coming from
a quarter so uncompromisingly opposed to
(Jov. Seward, and yet (me of the most
competent judges in the Union, this is
Dkath or Schamyl's Son. Tho St.
Petersburg Gazette announces tint Hjcnial
Kdiue, the sou of Schamyl who after be
ing made prisoner, had passed seveial years
of his life in Russia, where be received a
European education, and afterwards re
turned to his nativu mountains h:is lately
died of cousumptio 1 at Zoul Kadi.
KaSTKUN C O N ( 1 1 i K J A T I i N A L Co.NFKIt-
KNCK.- -This Conference of tho churches
in sever! of the eastern and northern
Citmtieo of this State, held its annual
session in St. Clair last week
J. Vt (ieary, Kx-tiovernor of Kansas
was married iu Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Kx-Prcsident Pierce was nt lat accounts
at Rome, iu good health; but Mrs. Pierce
was not improving.
R-iF A bill has been introduced into the
legislature of Georgia,' to prevent tho use
of any Latin phra.-o in any of tho legisla
tive acts of that Stato.
II k a mi kok Tin: Hick. Dr. 11.:1a-U lm-an--imn
iVTi.w ItKMi.tur. arc rrciitin a r lutitii la
Mnlicnl prat tic. Tht-y act ilircctly bj u tho cir
culitiyti. Di.-iure ori-iuatos in the I. hod, and
the.' m'dirince piirc it out. Iu ily jnia. ncr
ia c- nuti'aijit,-, fciFiCnlii, i licninatij'vn, incipient
oonuni pi iin , lit., liver cnmpl.iint, hp'nrhiti.s f
var und auc au l all di"r'ioi. of t!.a lon.', ih
Ptoniacl, tlie livor, the 1 '"will, tho pervc." r thy
t-kin, ey aro inf.illihlc iSrc A-lvti ti.-rut nf.
SE TTLE TJJp
A Lh icr.s"ii iiuUltod to the subacriher, are
t hiri.y rcfuetcd toc.-illat. hii cabinet xhop,
in Taw Taw, and fccttlc without dclav, an l nave
coMa. JARKD TALmKU.
l aw Taw, Mich., ov. 26th, 1S5S. jy i
fpilR Partnership heretofore existing ltwcn
the nndcrincd under tho name ati firm (.f
Tantlind A Mather, ia thi day din.'olved y mu
tual consent. Either party i.1 duly authorized
to pettlo the business of the late firm. A. V. rant
liud remains eoU proprietor f the Paw Paw Kx
change. A. V. PA N TLIND,
8AM UKL ii. MATHER.
Dated Novemher Oth, l! j?.
OTATE OF MICHIGAN, Van Ilurw County
O Prohaie Coart, in the matter of be estate of AU
bcrt Pullis dereanoi: notico is hereby given !
the creditors of said tateand all other interest
cd, to appear at the Probate Office f.r the countv
of Van Rurcn on the third Monday of April next,
and prove their aaid elartns before the Jadc there,
of, and that sli months from 'his date arc allowed
for tho creditora to present their claims.
A. W. NASH,
Judge of Probate.
roTeran r untn, 1S5R. lSDw.1
Mil LR IFF MALI 4.
BY virtue of two executions issued ont of and
under the seal of the Circuit Court, for the
eounty of Van liuren and State of Michigan, and
to me directed and delivered, I hare lened upon
all the right, title and interest rf Trasan Lan3pwn,
Iu and to tho following described lands and tene
ments, to-wit: The west half of the south-east
quarter of aectiou number two, (2,) ia township
number three, (3,) south of range number sixteen,
(1C,) west,containlng eighty acres, more or less.and
situated in said county ot Van Buren and State of
Michigan, which I shall expose for sale at public
rendue, at the Court House, in the Tillage of Paw
Paw, in said 'county, on Wedncsdar, the twelfth
day of January, 1859, at the hour of tea o'clock,
in the foreooon of said day.
oj illmh hill, ipury rheriz.
Dated Taw Paw, Nor. 2lth,1838.
7&i3 it printed and fr a at tail 9f3-e.an
lmcnt of Blanli of aM deicrirt:is
Scllic!r ft Foot's Column.
LI0RE CHEAP G00D3
I. ONGI3RICKS TO U K.
RncnivED this day,
1000 yards Best ShUHnr; Prints'
TYWCIl WII.Ti UK SOLD '
FOR ONLY 10 cts; per YARD!
TL rroprie torn of this celelrtteJ to J Jonstly
tl rongej establishment bare, In view of tho in
creased tttinao'uof of t h maaej xs&rktt, JcW-f-minci
to make a
Still Further Reduction
In prices of Dry floods, and will on and after '
this date mak the j.ricoJ or enough to tj witliiu
the rtar.li of every buyer. 2C doz. Modi, livy
and Childrins' Huts aud Cu'i
at'prues from IS cents to $6. J.a.Iir auj ;cTlU-
! " ulmuet emtlcss vari.-ry jus1. c ,m? t,
nanci, ani i..w I'n. cs must ttTect the xt.lt tLt-m.
101 d.ix. Ladiun, (font and Chiidrn' Hu kkiu
UIovm and MittuiM.. Kid Glovt in all the rirj
MfU. Vtu UIovm - u iiierior nrti. lo. Cashrucn:
rtloirw for Ladiun und MUm wear. Ci-wu Shoot
in, cheaper than ever at
SELLICK & FOdTE'S
Ladien Vint,T hrv J,1. U LinJ ru.
2:. pt-r mit.froui rc-ulir prioi-, givin- piml.a.rri
the Mdnnt:i-o of the market ir, the Ui-ht ..f il.o
STOP! STOP J STOP!
reading fhi pper, ai:. .- l ,v , t
volli. k A r.,..t.., .m l jv.mrc j -ir f ilu,.o Li-j
I'allVkin ,huv li.n.nlrOM D .ll.ir. h: thiy aj
iiopp.'.irii. Hill, nurvcloiH raj.i-litv. inly
d.z. Ladi.-saiiiKJ.uifa UnhU-r and ',.r O.er-Sho.-,
now on han.l !! a l-.w m ;,u ,, i.r. lK,i,"t
fa.il eo our
Coltr.ii and Wool Vam, Hcao.d Satr..aud Sl.Oiou.
err, if j-ou wL-h to buy at N.w York pritn.
GROCERIES & DRY GOODS,
Every wck directly from casti-ru liivkets con
stantly arriving. Tho above are but a limitod
enumeration of tho rariod siylcs and varieties of
)oods to be found in our store at reducd prices.
do visit the Loug Rrick Store and avail your?elf
of somo of the Rich (looda now being daily di
pcrcd. Our motto, as pradtically carried on iu
j uiincMS, will bo
LOW PRICES. INDUSTRY &INTEQRITy,
W are particulary well supplied with every Had
of goods adapted to the
And will ffr Inducement! t buyers no
tailed in the West,
FBLL1CK A F00TL,
(Suceiari to E. Smith .'Co ,)
Taw Paw, November Jtj, ji.