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an. I i-jrh tlr.v tv.i ordered t- ho shot, but
nscupod "by the skin of his treth," m it if j
tilled. Wht-n hia u.other died, crlj in ;
thi rcaf, pact ircnt to Barinns, on the taitb :
ut an amntsty published bj the Spaniards.
The Governor, violfttim; nil good faith rr-
rvitcJ him and pot him in chain, into n
the tint ni-ht of hh captivity . Pact Vfhwc
bodily strength vrns extraordinary, broke
hit on chains by wain force, and those of
his comrade. aIo. When the jailor bro't
them food, the prisoners seized aud gagged
him, taking his kcy, and Audacity in
creasing with succcs-di.arnicd the guard,
attacked And defeated the garrison, and
thua became masters of Barinas. Thii
bold and dashing deed was accomplished
in the early part of Pact's military service.
The idol of his soldiers', m a man who
always laid come on !" while Bolivar's
more prudent command was "go on." Paet
had man j of the gocd and great qualities
which win personal attachment. In a coun
try where every man ridei vrell, V.kqi was
admired as a remarkably bold rnd skillful
horseman. If he had fault, it was tho
soldierly one of exposing himself too much
to danger. lie was always first in battle
and last in retreat.
A striking anecdote, very characteristic
of General pk,z, which we heard manv
years ao in uuother and distant country,
may bo introduced hre, particularly mwe
have now aaccnaiued, from the best possi
ble authority, that it has the merit of bc
mg strictly true. His detachment had
made prisouers a party of Spanish cavalry.
The captured captain said, "Only that my
horao was tired, you would not have taken
rue." Paef, unwilling to have a success
attributed ta his horse, and not to himself
sprang from his charger, aud exclaimed,
"Take my horse! 1 tako yours. Kun
away. I, myself, will follow you. If I
overtake y u, your life id mine. Escape
if you can." The Spaniard sprang into
the saddle, and put spurs to tho horse
which Paez had vielded him. Pac2 fol -
lowed on the tired steed. anJ ere five bun-
.v t v v mm oiccu, ui u uuii
(Traii nir nar rutn nftvrAii stt'iif t i wit nttii
and fiieiug th horse by the tail threw him
ni nis nacr to toe ground by main
strength! "Mount again' he cried.
U?eyour spurs, for I will not spare you
the next time " Again the Spaniard fled,
was overtaken, snd aguii: recaptured.
At the head of hii Llancros, this gallant
man would fall upon the Spaniards ere
they had iiuic to look about. Their sud
den attacks, their lances, their agility, their
strength, caused them to be likened to the
CoHsackn ot the Don or the Tartar. But
they were more like the Arabs,fwhosc de
scendants, indeed, they are by the Span
iards. The Republic of Colombia eftabl:?hed,
i'aez hoped that he might sheathe his swrd
Holiv.tr, who probably aimed at erecting
the whole ef South America into ouo fed
eral republic with himnelf at it hoad as
Dictator if even the viaiQn of au imperial
tliidem did not All his waking dreams
finally wa placed in a position antagonis
tic to PaezJ; for the Notables at Carcas,
disavow iug his rule, separated Veuczuela
from Colombia In 1830. Accepting the
reiignation of Paei as Provisional Chief,
the new R public elected him in 1831, to
tb office of President for four years. Be
fore this occurred, Bolivar, who, with
8,000 men, had actually commenced war
against Pi z in the name of the Colombian
Congress, found it prudent to retire from
public life, and suddenly died at the close
In 1833, Pdcz who had just suppressed
the revolt of General Monagus, quitted the
Presidential chair, and was succeeded by
Scnor Vargas. Under hi- administration
Paez again defeated Monaga.s, and receiv
ed from his country the title of 'Illustrious
Citizen and a pietcnt of a golden sword.
In 1839 he was re elected to tho Presiden
cy, declaring he would not ull the office u
third time. He resisted all attempts to
re-elect him, and strongly supported the
candidacy of MonagAR. As President this
turbulent chief substituted a military des
potism for a Republican form of govern
mcnt ; Paez, over faithful to thi? cause of
liberty, vainly endeavored to renist the
Dictator, and had to leave Venezuela. In
1849 he returned, failed a second time to
liberate his native laud, was compelled to
capitulate, wa.-j imprisoned wth rigor in
flip tiiil!t;irr fnrtrrco of SJun AnMnin 'ini!
linallT liberated in Mav 1H0: but.
j - j , ,
Uiuincd to exile, found au asylum in the
Prom July ISoO, until the present time
General Paez lived in e.tlm retiremtnt,
near New York. Uu the recent fall uf
.Mon.igjy, the Venezuelans, recognising
the great hervioorf of Paez, and his lofty, i
generous and uu.icm.ih character, hent a
deputation of omincnt citizena to recall him
j his country, where he will be ntrustod
once more with the fullest confidenco of a
pccplo who love him as their noblest fel
low citizen, and will show him their at
tachment and conQlenco by placing him
in the highest station in the Republic as
its Patriot President. Dt. Tribune.
I'roia The Fiaer Bivxr Mines
Oar dates from Victoria, V. I., are to
October 29, and from Fort Vale, ou Frascr
ltiver, to Oct. 20. The ncwi present!
about the same complexion as that sent
J'ut by us iu our last V tea titer paper. Bus-itiv.-a
at Victoria id not very active. The
vinLr having set in, many persons fiud
tha. cHmttj so uncomfortable, as compar
ed with that of California, that they arc
i-.ixious ;o grt back, and arc still coming
down to S.ui Francisco. In tho miuiug
regions there is a scarcify of provisions,
owing to grat difficulty of transporting
auppltes over tno weu turn impassable,
ippltes over tho welJ nigh impassable,
tnil. This render tha co-iditinn of tin? !
Uiiuors in that cold region, alo.ost unshel
tered, still mora u no unfot table. 'J here,
vrc nevertheless, J between 1,000 and
.',000 men still on Fraier River, who in
t n l ta h ihlon tillfpring. Many ofthcui
arc working with iwckcrs aud sluice.s, and
were doin far from bad. A good dual of
li Ad v- ukeu out of the n.iu and con
idurihk of ib preciou dut. ir;h iu;;
T. P. HARRISON, I-.,,,.,
S. XI. M.AOSM til. x;
official PArnt of the county.
PA 1 A IUlA1 ' mX'.1U' JjS
The Allegro" Hostitc Lilntlon to the
The State of Vermont has recently
adopted certain legislation analogous to the
Personal Liberty Bill of this State, aud
intended furthermore, to prevent under
any circumstauccf, slaveholder from. so
journing in that State with their slaves.
Some of the Died Scott organs effect grcit
jollity over what they are pleased to con
sider this rather ridiculous affair. These
journal, however, have most probably for
gotten that the Washington Union, in an
article which we have republished in these
columns, set up an express claim to the !
right of the slaveholder to the transit with
his slaves through Vermont or any other
! fre0 Strite anJ evcr.v 000 can ROe tll8t tllN
1 UUb Ull IHT.L HVJJ lit HUtBUlU Ut HID
Dred Scott decUion, which asserts the
right of the slaveholder to introduce his
slaves into nil the Federal Territories.
Iudeed, the ground upon which this
41 right" ii affixed to the Territories, will
equally apply to the States. It is claimed
as a right under the Federal Constitution
which limit even the sovereignty of tho
But suppose there wa3 neither provoca
tion nor necessity for such a law as a prac
tical measure, still us an authoritative and
1 deliberate exposition of nublic sentiment.
i i i .
, u n an a:rrCtSslun already menacing utate
i - w
rights, it could not fail to bo useful. If j
the hlavc-propagandista at the Sonth, and j
their Democratic allies at the North desire '
to tkc this advance step indicated by the
President's official parcr, they will now
knew, so far as Vermont is concerned, just j
how it will be met, and from the action
in the ease of thi State, they may infer I
the general public sentiment in the Free
States upon the same question. If the!
."lave-holdtr shall not attempt to pa3S j
j through ermont with hi slaves, tho leg-
islation referred to will do him no harm. '
If he should attempt to pass through, it i
would Bhow that the lw ws well devised I
and of practical utility. "We should infer'
from the comments of our Democratic
con torn porn rie, that tLcj arc fjuito pre
pared to concede the right of the slave-holder
to introduce and hold his slave in a
comments of our Democratic'
tlmt tljcr arofiuito pro-
Rut our Southern friends may obiect
to this legislation as an expression tf hos-
mo icwiiug. j.'p;isioiiaieiy cousiuercu, ;
r. t: : i 1
u is uui a reiteration ot tnc provision,
with a penalty for it violation attached,
of the clauso incorporated into almost, if
not quite every State Constitution at tho
North, prohibiting slavery within the j
States. They do not allow the citizens of
their own State to hold slaves within its !
limit... aud why should the people of an-
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mm HW,UUUJ imu" ritl lu u
moro favored f lln.i claim put forth on ;
behalf of the slaveholders is really asking
fnrtl.rlr ...fSffiit Sr.n. wl.irli U Wal and .
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municipal in its cnaractcr, special privci-
cges in the free States, such as the citi
zens of those States cannot themselves en
joy. So that the mere complaint by the
, , , 4, . , ... . into a most profound sleep at tho expira-
slaveholders and their northern allies, that jtion of tcnth colutn. and priDters,
this is gratuitously hostile legislation, in-. publishers, and proof-readers will crdeav
tended as an exhibitiou of inimical feci- or to cultivate a prorer resignation in pre-
ibg, hai no foundation in fact.
Hut the South might in this regard well
conslJcr t,,c m
she has set. She
asks us to permit her to bring her slaves
North, but she does not allow us to take
our opinions South, unless they are favora
ble to the peculiar institution, or arc sup
pressed by us. There is no freedom for a
prer at tho South expressing anti-slavery
opiuion. W omen have bceu impr.soned
for teaching b!avt3 to read. Inoffensive
men driven out for cxprejuig sympathy
with the Iiepublicun party. Dooksellcr'a
have b .'en expelled for silling Uncle Tom's
Cabin, and a clergyman imprisoned for
circulating it. Another minister who in
Lib pulpit preached against an Instance of
atrocious brutality to a slave, was compell
ed to relinquish hU pastoral connection.
Colored fecaxuen who may be residents of
Northern States, are imprisoned when
touching at Southern ports, and in one
instance a distinguished representative of
nn Eastern State who visited South Caro
lina in a public capacity, was driven out
of th Stitr by a mob. Theso are the
mild examples which tho slaveholders
have hld up for public approval. Wo do
not knnr that the Dmncrattn nrrss which
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now condemns Vermont has denounced
any of the above transactions, hut on th
coutrary, have mostly justiGcd them !
tf this much u necessary to sustain and
protect .slavery, i it not worth while for
tho States of the North to exhibit sotue
olieitudo in tho shape, of con?titutionl
legi.d.itiun, iu behalf of freedom? Det.
The Official Cautaw-DetttMiiiAtloa -of
tho Iloant of Htnte CttnmMers Average
Itrpnhllcan Mftjoritr 10.611.
The StAte Cauvxiers, who have been in
session at Lansing during the past week,
have completed their laoVrs so far as to
determine tho state of the vote at the re
cent clectiou. The canvass will Dc ready
for publication in a lew days, aud mean
while wc lay before our readers the vote
cast for the several candidates for State
Officers, and for members tf Congress, as
officially determined by the Board. The
canvass includes rctur is from all the or
ganized counties in the State.
Among the statement on file, and en
teriug into the official canvass, are returns
from Houghton county, not hitherto re
ported, the vote of which was as follows :
Wisncr 46- -Stuart's inaj., C4
Leach 16 Davis maj., 11G
The result of the tote on the Banking
Law ha not yet been declared, the returns
from Ottawa, Shiawassee, Saginaw, St.
Clair and Gratiot, on this question, having
been in: dverteutly delayed. The majority
Lr 'he Law,
however, will be about 20,
The total average vote polled at the Ute
election, was 121,f)f2. In 1850, it was
125,561 showing a diminution of 4,011
candidate designated, with the majority
given, as determined officially by the
Board. The average Republican majority
on the State ticket is TEN THOUSAND
FIVE HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN
which is five hundred better than we
claimed on the
Of the reported
iC,0B7 inr roaj., 9,135
Chaa. K Stuart
E. B. Fairfield f.5,0fi5
O. C, Munro 55J07 Fairfiald " P.158
ercRr.TARY op stitc .
55,755 Iabell " 10.1U
N. 0. Iibell
J. r. King
John McKinney 65,825
KdwardKanter 65,192 McKin'y " 10,653
Danivl L. Caie 65,499
J. J. Adam 65,356 Casi- " 10,113
J. M. Howard 66,006
J. G. Sutherland 55,025 Iloward " 10,971
HCrERtSTE.fDET TtBHC aXSTIll CT10S.
i)Vni'cl c Jacokca 51,843 OrrKory " 13,63
,r u f01'11 ov ETAIf D or,,c"'
J. VY. hanborn 65,090
John Ball 55,847 Sanborn "10,014
T f ! . .. CK Oil
V)- tT nxtcr 65 812
A Y Moorc 55,847 Baxter " 9,9C5
RCUK5T Or THE I'MVtRSlTT.
SYSiS8 In ;".fW "?M7
it a irii.e1,.,1u;n,- ? ?,oo
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The votcrr.Tft tor Mm-wirot Corm
j in the several Districts, were given as fol
lows. Mr. Leach, in the fourth District,
whose defeat was at one time claimed by
the friends of the opposing candidate, has
a maJomJ 01 '
RETREs UNTATl VrS FCR C05GRK?9
a iiowara u uia
- t. roOP
13 123 Cooper maj
Henry Waldron 14 653
Consider A .V.accy 10 137 VTaldron "
17,433 Kellogg "
11,915 Leach 44
1" W Ke!logs
T B Church
D w c Loaclj
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. resident s message is to occupy
eightecu columns ot the Washington 6i-
foH. or over two pages of the Detroit Tril
une. Old gentlemen are hereby advised
to order a new supply of spectacles: lnva
Vuh arc rcc amended not tc read it; those
who smoke when they read will of course
orJer a fregh bundle of cigars: those who
prefer light reading we take it, will not
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enjoy tho message; those who intend to
slumber over their reading, will be thrown
.-.. e i i ...
or to cultivate a proper resignation in pre
paring this leviathan of messages for the
cijiurauon, pcrmrnauoo, vexauon, ratioc
ination, prevarication, indignation, tcr
mination or abreviatiou of an indulgent,
but much-to-be-afilicted public. Header,
you have our sympathies; lend us yours.
F om New York.
New York. Dec. 8.
Our election yesterday resulted as fol
lows: ilawM, Republican and American,
is chosen Compt trooler he having 32,
000 aud 18,000 for the Purser, the Tarn
many candidate, and 11,000 for Russel,
Anti-Tammy Democrat round numbers.
Of the nine Aide men, voted for and
elected; Lve are Republicans and four
Charles IJruninghauser, Republican.and
Isaao Townsend, Democrat, are chosen
Alms Houso Governors.
Of the School officers a majority ire Re
publican. The Councilmen vote is too meagre to
indicate the itsult.
From Milt Lake
The Salt Lake mail, with dates to the
13th ult., reached St. Joseph on the 19th.
There has been tevcre weather in the
vou-j. i-Ki!ig iuio account the natural ; - -7 YY . T .. i publican partv are joinir ioiru down -lo'"re.) to wit: TLo
. . iT.i!nnii mil in iilk i ii risiiiL in i ill inr i ur i ...
increase of t.onulation within two venrs. case juaunea oy our ueuirai poucy. , , , - v , , f0ll,h WCj)t uuitter of
ul i w Z'aM 'r' He consulates tho country on the ' " m " , ' ' v , ' ,"- thnc south of raugc
t,v j , 1Wfc4M(j - auu tl0WI1 UJe Ccnire, ami down mo nearts Voauiy of Van Bureu aud
population ot at least 13U,UUU. . 77 iWt.Sn ; JnrZr7 n rn; Dd consciences of the American people ! be 'ld t public vendue, ta
The following U th mt ct for Mrh Orcat Britain ; and in reference to Ccn- ... . . I tl.o front auwr if tho Vau
valley, and cojsiderable unow on the moun
tains, causing gnat suffering to ftock.
A number of trains had arrived others
were encamped a; South Pass to woathcr
out tht snow etorty.
The army was getting along finely. A
large number of Indians were seen oo the
routo all pcicoabU.' .
From Waahtrjft u.
Washington, Deo. 8.
The Trifun'$ corresponalent iajs that
certain influential Administration Sa
tors have in contemplation atringent bill
for tho suppression of Digamy in (T(ah.
The game thing will b atUmpted io the
Houso wLcu tb) Utah l od qutiouc"-?
.. FllO.tt H AHIIISUTO.
Abstract of President's Moss ago
:.' ; Vt'ashington, Dec. G.
The President, in his annual mesAAge.
opens by congratulating the country. on j
the coutraat of the agitation which existed ,
in K ansa a year ago with the peace, and
quiet which oe7 prevails. Ho refers to
the Lccomptoo Constitution ani re-affirms
his position on that subject, and thinks
that if Kansas had been admitted with
that Constitution the same .quiet, would
have been secured at an earlier day. Be
ing perfectly willing , to aoquieace in any
.t her constitutional mode ol aettlemeat, he
signed Mr. Knglish's bill, and probably,
when Kansas again applies' for admission
she will-have the population required by
that bill.' He goes at length into the sub
ject, and recommends the passage of a
general Law so that no new btatc shall be
admitted unless she has a population suffi
cient to entitle her to one representative.
He congratulates Congress on the set
tlement of the Utah uflair without the effu
sion af blood. He compliments the offi-
1 c' rs 01 tnc &,U13: Uicre aml expresses sat-
j islaction with the course ot Gov. Cummins,
nd honunbly mentions tol. Kane.
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He refers to the importance
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trai America says tiia, ncgoiiauons are
still progressing, and he has uot yet aban
doned tho hope of succe. He refers to
what wa stated at the last sessiou of Con
gress in that connection, and that hU views
on the subject of the Isthmus route; ar-
! ror1 w ll" 1 V"?2 t-reiou...e uuuouneeu
i by Mr. (.?. His only de.-ire h to keep
1 I.I. A 1" 1 "I
i the routes oven, ami ui desires no other
priveleges for the United States than we
expect other nations to enjoy, but will uot
couxeut that they bo closed by the imbe
cility of nations which reside near there.
He regrets that the Nicaragua route has
been closed. He speaks of the nccesit)
of enforcing our claims against Costa Kica
He speaks of Mexico as in a condition
of civil war with scarcely any hope of a
restoration to a permanent (Jovernment.
He refers to tho causes which led to a
rupture of the Diplomatic relations there.
He speaks well of Mr Forsyth's efforts.
If not for the hope of obtaining justice
from the liberals, which now appear ap
proaching to power, he would recommend
the takinir possession of a portion of Mexi
co sufficient to indemnify us for ull our
claims t nd grievances in the north of Mex
ico bordering our territory. There are
other considerations which claim attention.
Wc arc interested in the peaco of that
neighborhood. Lawless Indians hazard
our Kettlements in Ariznnia, and there
.1... .1. . . .1..- .l.-Al l...
V ' , .
bo removed than in establishing military
posts in Sonora and Chihuahua. He rec
ommends that this be done, regarding
Mexico as in a state of imbecility and an
archy. As to Spain, he refers to the causes
which delayed the appointment of a suc
cessor to Mr. Dodge, and says that Mr.
Preaton will go out with powers to settle the
difficulty with Spain if possible.
He says Cuba ought to belong to us, and
recommends that step 1 c taken tor its pur
chase. As wo acquire all nw territory by
honorable negotiations, this should not be
He re-affirms bis former opinions in fa
vor of ppecitic duties on certain articles,
and submitd the w hole lariff question to
He calls attention to the Paeifio rail
road, and refers to the overland mails as
showing tho practicability of the route.
Among other subjects he re-iterates the
recommendations to establish a Territorial
Government for Arizona.
Va6iiinoton, Dec. 6.
IIoubE. The galleries of the house are
crowded, and the members aro gathered
iu confused groups on tho floor of the
House, engaged in earnest conversation.
All appear in good humor.
At noon the Speaker called the Houso
to order. After a prayer tho roll "was
called. About two huudred members re
sponded to their names.
Un motion of Mr. Florence, of Penn
sylvania, a resolution waa adopted which
appointed a committee in conjunction with
that of the Senate, to wait ou the Presi
dent and iuforin him that a quorum of
both Houeet had aisembled, aud were
ready to receive any communication he
ui iv be cleajed'to make.
The daily hour of tho cession was fixed
at VZ o'clock. ,
A pr position to select seats occasioned
much confuaion, but was adopted. Every
seat wai vacated and selections were made
Senate Fifty senators .answered to
tha roll cll.
Tbe oath of ofucc wai administered to
Martin W. Dates, and ho took his seat ts
Senator from Deleware. :
Tho credentials of Matt Ward, of Texas
and Thos. L. Clingham, of North Carolina
On motion Mr. Uwin of California, tho
House wa notified that the Senate is
ready to proceed to business.
Un motion of Mr. Allen, a committee
was appointed to wait on the President.
Mr. lason gave notice that ho would,
u Tuesday, call up the case of the Spanish
Mcesrs. Seward, Fesscndon. and others
objected that this claim should be eincled
out, and Mr. Seward called for a vote oo
the subject. It stood yeaa 24, naya 19.
. At 1.40 K M, the President's mcsaact
was delivered. . - . :
CguTbo Kcpublicaos of Washtortca
City bad intended to give Senator Seward
a nublic reception on bis arrival in that
city, but be specially requested that they
1 1 .1.: I. . I. :.. i viiau.. mimi vjm i in; i 'I I III. I hum i nit: II'-
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The Supervisors of Calhoun County, at tho
late meeting cf their Board, pa arc J n re -
1..:. Zu i. ' . r. . .
.wM.y.t uUi iu-i-wubi vuuinm-
tf(t to 1911 in that county, shall be put fo
bard hibor ''upon tho avenues, atrcct.
vc uuaucca nru rcquiwieu 10 ten -
tence pri.onr8 accordingly. Pro'isioua
for auch Action hv th SiirPr;nr v T
for such action by the Supervisors maybe
iounu in enaptcr ZVI ol the Compiled
Laws. Lenawee and several ether coun
ties have adapted tho same.
Primitive Methodist Gone. The
death of the Rev John Hincklin?, tho
oiuesi tucuiouisi preacner in tne world,
and the last'snrvivor of tho" 'helpers" of!
John Wesley, England, is reported. Mr.
Huicklin" was in the 71fit year of his min
istry, and was nearly 03 years old. A
lortuight ago he lectured in Birmingham
jn "Early Mcthodistism;" and, at the time
f his death, was announced to conduct
ther services. He died at Audley, NVw-astle-under-Lymc.
Going Down ! At a recent republi
can supper in Stillwater, the following ex-j
eellcnt resolution was offered :
AVtom, That judpiug from the re-
a 1 ..... 11 1 "! T
i fliMni nrwl I nTri t Jir Tii i iwn r,l.a rF v.
tOi Th Bibl it anvir-ir i ovclmlnl
IW V V ' r,i , ' v'01.1,
from only twelve of thc2u9 public schools
nf W ir: ,.Ifi 11 rirVif m'i,? -..1 .... . I
... A V . . .l IIUI UIIIIU 'I.Uil
bigoted men will agix-i that this i-t
twelve too uianv. it n aho Mat'-d tl:::
.1,. t . : . . t.. '.. ... i 1 i .i
ini'i'.-jm sm.iu i ati in seuoi'i.- wun
ollt !cx cr conn.lt ,lt J,v t;M. j,,. u, r, :-,M,!
: not f r,. bv the ijj,.;,, tjl( 'lvt;.
I V v ' " " "
Iit' A wng down Fat nominates the
following Kangaroo ticket for 1S00: For
President James Huehanan, for Vicc-Pies-idcnt-Gcrret
Smith. The recent-, rnn of
Suiith in New YorK, and Huehanan in 'Ill
inois has suggested the combination.
It is not a little amusing to jro
the Democracy, which hold to free trade
discussing n modification of the tariff some
of them willing even tp consent to a pro
tective traiff -others wanting the live list
dropped but all at last agreeing that
something must be done with the tariff.
JfcST lWmustcr Oncra! Drown is a
candidate for the Presidency, expecting
his great mail routes over deserts and isth
mus, and mountains top.?, to make him so
immensely popular, as to render his elec
tion a ui; tter of comparative ease.
IfSuOwins to the combustible character
r.f the clothing worn by woman, and the
many Accidents by tiro, capitalists in Lon
don have organized a Wile Insurance Com-vy-'
Dr. Hoback'8 Scaviusa i.x I!t yiMi Thf
?odsof all disorders are in the hlnr.J, nd Ir. I: j
bnck's Bloob I'tniriE and Tim s net (tj'vf ifiralij
ou that fluid. They aro composed tf rar Swclih
hcrl, aud form a fovcrein etc to the infect-
itig and rormpiitig princijjo ci disc a?. Xt only
do they cur? iudijt-stion, 11Hott romplaintf, fc
luhlu ivakcvi., cc'iiiiuhial infjinpttt ey. titrvotis
diiordors, lunj and throat aftVrtio:', diarrhea, et".,
etc., . but they c'.eanso, purify mid inyior.to every
oran, aud put the wholo animal machinery in fuch
u vigorous condition that it is iT.al l d to throw
tho influence of lad air and Mu r inu.-c. rl'
tiers. vo AdvottUtmanU
In Sanditoce, Jacl-dou Co, Mich, fliithe ilh in-'t.
by the liar. Pavid Winton, T. It. Harrison. IMi.
tor and Tubluber of tho " Tru Xnrtkerne,;" Taw
Taw, Mich, to Mr. K. A. Tvlfp, alojf I'at
The ferret U out. The lon.ta'ki-d of de"d i
dono, and no, poor d !u h d Trinter!, althrugh hav.
iug had a proscntim:nt of our " !) ' " future
happintsf, bav9 bionUpt in darLut?s until the
present time of committa?.
May bic supplementary felicity naver tau:e him
to be "out of scrta ;" nor hia pockets bo minus of
"quoins" to buy "imell capa," and that viben his
form ia "prtsaed ia the " chaeo" cf bia vacations,
be may never bare oceaaion to uio tho " t booting
stick" to "Justify " his wrongs. Tttos.
On tho 3d innt.,by V. Whito L'sq. Mr. Wii.it ah II
Orat to Miss Esrnr.R A. Moonr, both of Itreeds
Tillc. In Laurence. Dec. 2d by Aia Harmon, Miaiattr
of the Gospel, Mr. Hcmry Lispcslkt of De jatur,
to Mrs. Helli Warox, both of Van Uunm Co.
May their lives lc ns full of happinc?s, aa ire
Printers wcro of the cake they most bouutifully
DWELLING HOUSE to rent, with well
lantern and woodhonae attacked, suitable
to aeconamoiV to a aniall family, Inqciiv at
I this office.
Is hereby given, that at tho next acsslon of tho
Board of bupet viaora of tbe County ef Van Uurca,
in tbw State of Michigan, to bo boldon at the Court
Home in the Village of Taw Taw, on tho first
Wednesday in January, A. D. 1859, aa applica
tion will bj made to tho aaid Board, by the under
signed Citizcna and freehuldera of the township a of
Lawrence and Arlington ia said county, to aot eff
and detach front the aaid townahip of Arlington
the 6outb East fractional quarter and the South
Eaat fraction of the Sonth Wcat fractional quarter
of Section No. thirty.aix, (38,) in Township No.
two, (2,) south of Range flltoen, (16.) wea now
situated in and constituting a part of the aaid
township of Arlington, and to attach tbe earn) to
the aaid town? hip of Lawrence.
DaUd thia Ctb day sf November, 188.
Cbaria Burt. Arlistoo. John Barnard Lawriace
II. K. Nichols,
Daniel Bockley, ?'
Olven R Marks, V
Iloward S. Allen, "
Lather 8. Keen, '
Calvin Cr oa, '
A. Iloxie, k'
Thomas Bilty, f
J. B, Potter, "
U. N. Thelps, .
A. A. Holly,
Uenrj Delenr, . "
-. icbael Dyckman,"
Win. Dyckman Jr.'4
Juliua Northern, '
E. B. D- Hicks,
H. Y. Northern,
A, T. Wallace,
Lytnan Taylor, "
E0OTS AIID SHOES,
Maaqfaetared Orier, from Eaatera Taoued
Stock, and warrantad to suit. Alao a choiie
;sorraent f Laiica' fine Oaitera suited ttht
season, and prices H corrcrond with the lints,
.hep opposite the Conrt House, Paw Paw, id-
fining the Test Ofice. Cash paid tor II Mm and
A. T. POlllFE.
mi. i . ii1
! 1)7 r- irratl.jn.'
l T?,,rJlhe,,,,of lh r;r?tt,t
!f n Buren, to we diieoted
; UilA UWJ all the right tlttt and int.rest of JoU
Andrews and Calvin Cross, the defendant! named
iiQ?iJ r,1,;Un i tob fullowio drserll
1 ouiu ci xoi liReta. wet, xcfrtlug tiny
threeroJ,iu tlj Bortl1 ea,t COihtr CD which tie
ho01 Diatrkl No. eh. itatidi, all h, thm
County cf Vnn Buren. .S'uto of HifLitran. which I
fhall cxpeie f. r ml at pablic rend at tho Court
llou.e in the Tillag of J'aw Taw, in iIJ Couuty,
ua .S'Hturday the twcutj iecond day Uanuar-, A
I. lii'J, at the hcur ot Un o'clock in tha furcau
of asid day. '
NO DLL D. RICHARD JON, Sheriff.
by ITiisba M. GucDtK, Under ShuiS.
Dated, DcrcmtiT Cih 1653.
Dbfawlt having' t-t-en made in tLo paytBtct Ol a
certiiu miu of money, aecurvl to te paid ly
indenture of mortgage, dated Marco twelfth, 18I,
cxecutcJ ly AudrewJ. Olds aai Ann K. 01J.
to Will iaiii t. IlanLios, and reccrded on the taice
day, at tloreu o'clork, A. M., in liber F. cf Mort
gage, on page 637, in the office of the KejfUtcr of
ii!i", fr tho County of Van Uurcn, and btate oi
Michigan, upon bich la claiuu-d to be due at tliis
datf, one hun Ircd twouty two dollars and thirty
one ccnta, aud no proceeding at law or in chance
ry having been instituted to recover the fame :
Notiei.' is ihtrefore hereby given, that by rirtuo
of the power of salt, contained inlaid inortgage.
und in j i riuauce of the Statute, in such earc uade
ui.d prutiicd, the kauie will be forecloacd, and tbv
,reinis described in aa.d uiortgaea, (or no much
or suvh parts thereof as thall bo necessary to talis
fy the amount duo, with intt iett and costs f lore-
tuth nixty acres ot t e
section thirty, in towuLiv
thirteen west, Situate in tbe
State of Michigan, will.
the higlief t bidder, at
fcuren County Court
i IIoUa" Iu w 'ia euutv, ou tho fiit;e
day of March. 1859, at ten o'clook, A. M.,
I)r.trd, Dcinl.cr 9th. ISiK
Wjlli.mi iu Hatx.
l'.'lv. 1.'. ilcrfK'c.a.
OTAir: Or Mrt llirSA.V, C'-mty cl Vn Lurth.
O f Ni'ticf- i hcr ly -jivru that applicytiou In
In iii .mdc to iaid court, Ly Oxiiu 'J'. Ucleh, uA
iniui'trator of the I.Mh'.c of itcphtu U. JIuthanaj
(idcavJ, for licrii.v to Hell certain ltal Latatect
aid ilcif:i..'.l. Thereupon it ia ordered, that Mon
day, the twcnty-lVurth day of January at ten o'clock
in tho forenoon, be aasizucd for the hearing of aid
petition, nndthiii the Lviia at law cf aid (irveaavd,
I and all of her peraouj interested ia eaid eatate,tie
j reiulrod to appear at a sessiou of aaid Conrt, thn
to le liolaen at tho rrobato tuicerm the Tillage ol
l'aw Ta-r, and thow causo. if any there he, why thl.
prnytr cf the. petitioner should not bo granted :
And it is father ordered, that said petitioner gie
notice tu tlju iii'Miini in tprcntt'd Ui mi.lA etul. of lm
J pendency of sai l petition, and the hearing thereof.
ly cutMng a copy ofthu oruer to L p4iblj3ha,d in
th 'fn.r Xorthtrntr, a newspaper printed and cir
culated in raid County of Van litm-ii, four aueoei
ifive wceki, jircviou to aaidday of heriflff.
.. XV. Na Iij,
J iuIo of l'rohate.
PltOHATE JiOTlFv., "
OTATi: of Michigan, County of Van Buren, ts:
Oi'rtibato Court foraid County. A paper purpr -tin?
to he the lokt will and Urtaxnaae of Martin L
Munu deceased, huviu letn u,pi.-ititi in Inir
Court l y Jaue C Munu, iJ- v, 01 jaid ile enM A,
praying for i'n hiup tLeiun.
Thcreupcn it i oidT( d.tlitt Monday, the twiij
" v nth day of Pect ml r at ten 'eld: in tlil '
ii'.on, Lc hisi'Ut d lor tho hearing of . aid pctiris.
aud that tho hcir at law of uid df'.caed, tnd ail
other perou lutart Jtrd in aid rtat are Tt-q'ilv
to npjitar al a fc-'iou of tho rn' Cuurt, ll ni t-.l
h(dd u at tho l'rohate OM.ce, in the iili;: f l'l
law, and cLiw ciim , if any f hi re l , r l y 'n.
prayer of the petitioner t-honhl um V -r4nt' J:--And
it further ordcn-l. tlmt mid t i: :ir-cr iv-noH.M-
t i the per.-on.J inferTtcd in tin l!itt. ,
of th pundeucv of raid itUiMn n. i tr.f uni;
thereof, Ly fcau.iu a co ol tit rIir t I t. j.ul
lUhed in the 'l ri Sm f.'.n .tr, new. p ijvr jrini
ed and circulating in s ai 1 t 'nnt-v "t V.it I'iio-u
tare iuccc.ive wil,
pii lout t riod dny
I'cecmher 9ih, 1:
(A truo Coj y.)
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