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1 IiM u cum u r vV. bantu a-
a splc; ;.rt'.o! vrith tho ahow till ."f ulna
$d at & popular writer? of th day; ufcor
nnivvraal cryU, that vcrythkp, oafadicty
s ar praint constituted, is a 'sham.'--Triu'c
authors who rail ut.i6tiU;?hi cus
tjmi, call thcru M and contrary tj ik
lurv, and prate aKut S.uv?niijn:d usa.?'
: Uucu in hand in a very amusing ad
fff wlivc aty'u. Tlif? writer navf, :
"Our coratnoLCt and inost innocent
habits, measures by thtc gentlemen's
standard, trill be e xcerdiuflly unveracioui.
.Are wo all to walk about on in a palace of
truth, and repudiate all tho . ri-cogdixed
r 'ycourtencs of sotieijr Vacuus they are
' 'jK)r Lr. Toinkin. whenever I meet him,
"Tomkinp, you are a bore, tmd you oujzht
i v? know it 1 cr.n t waste my precious
Jydme talking to you about tho weather, or
JJVveu about Mrs. Torukins ; I have mors
- VJ''W1 porta nt tuhjectd than thtc tu talk
VV''iSotat. and 'more airrecablo ticorda to fiilk
. 7 r-j : . ,
"SjjjVfijr nUker, I ruenn to" s::y-1 don't care
,T Awhetheryduhave n good morning or a bad
JviVpiic. , I din t wish you any. harm, but I
; ; vrearut to' get rid of you!" Or wbon I nnet
t'iaith at the Fulkestonfitation on his
autnran trip h6 in hiautical costume
r.nd Mr. I. in her ro'anu hnt am 1 to
Rocost them in t!.o binecrc Inngr.ae of my
hesrt "Well, for two seesiblo middle
ag.d jx?plo, ou havo contrived to make
tho prreatest ?uya cf yourselves I ever saw
In my life. 1 am fcuro this would be a
verucity ; but would it be an improvement
"on the whole, on the conventional tvrxi rf
vr otol ocvnvmatujn under the cireuin
f Unccs ? 11 Good morning, Mr. Tomkins ;
Iwpc I aca you well ; theao easterly,' Ac.
Ac. " How are you, Smith? fond of
boating ti ever, 1 see , end Mrs. b'mith
looking really quite &c. he. It's a'aham;
t know itis; pcrhap? sho knows it i; but
if she does, bin; knowB it to be a friendly
one. Were I to go back to my veracities,
I rjjght prefer, being iu company with a
fastidious friend, to cut the Hir.iths alt -et)uT.
The truth if, wc live in a world
cf ehanif and c;nvcntionalitirp, if ycu pr
fer c.lhng thin by ugly namei.
civiluco life is u Ftato ot convention. -r
Lang-uugy itself ia all convention; ask the
logicians. There ia cu reason, in tho in
trinsic nature of things, why II A T should
spell 'hat.' All forms cf c-jneraation ore
puro c nvcutiunalitiw. Why do wc shake
hand f What ceremony can be so absurd?
The Pacific Islanders rub news eo do
d)eep. Of tho two, the.pfcre; tho latter
uaay be the mora natural. Dr. Living
itone'a friends, tho Ifakolo, by way of
.nd so, perhaps, should we; but you si
juttr-) s?cm3 to dictate no univeral forma
(if politenwf! ; tho forms which do suggest
iboruselvcH to ctherp, ccn to u.? a un
meaning and ungraceful us our may to
them. No wino man among us liughs at
hi British anceetors for painting them
fvlves blue ; in it a mark of such superior
wiedum to ridicule the outtr coating of so.
ciety in this iiiiicttxnth century ?
Be r al, w arc told lo genuine, bt
true ; puy what you will, do what you will,
only let it be a t.uth, and net a falsehood
It rounds verv grand : not quite so new a
jyuy their rcipccw, lay down upou the
ground, and eUpped their thighs with
thctr bnd?. !oualy end energetically.
I perhat as its apostles fsncy; thU
'living Rccordifig to nature' wan a favorite
dream cf old. Only pool humau nature,
not tviug it.lf jK'rft'Ction, is forced to be
'v""b':nt:tt with a inoro elastic rule. If we
wae ar gtlf, then .ti say all ve think
would bo very well, and to act according
fo nature would fyllrw cf course ; but as
thicga tr. concerned in this far from an
.iiu w;rld, th(rc are a great many tho'ts
vhxch e shall do wH te hide if poedble
evc from ourselves, and a orA many ac
tions whtah we must disguise nj we can
it h n little decent hypocrio There is
io more disagreeable pcr-ou on earth than
the ruau who always 6jvaka his mind ; uud
vbtc mind, it obfcrvrd, ie almctt &1 -
Again ho remarks :
" rlcin a IiuM.in." it ir sid. and vou
u fed the Tartar underneath." Tho
procrb may be true, in many senses, of
th' Englishmin sa well as the Russian
r:np many t to tiie core, and even - zr
runs i-itiu-it friends might fail to
r srizc n. But is- it Hbs-dutelv. neccs-!
;:iry t. pr, tlj:r,!:gh t Kix niwerjMe pnxs ? j tho right of way across Chihuahua, Sono
Ar tj r- A the prettier to look at,. and "" oth'T Mexican Territories to Cali-
.quite i rx'i tor uci', for a little outeide ?
!i i nu nature laHf give us a k'ou in
thi?. that the c u'talf under a fair smooth
:;t:ci' the i-yht .m ot nervcf, and n.cws,
.nd bW'.vtaM'I.-, which, wbtn uncover
ed, make hut a- ghastly tho?, ? Lot u;
rc'-'t, th''n, in th? r.Hine of common
-cn.-r and comfort, agaiust this philoaophy
.f th disfectiog room. Let us neither
ii:omi"o oilier?, nor submit to by ihus
ivvratcd ui-n ourfclvcs. Let the play f
Uf'j piccctM. lA-tus)"ud curt-clvcs with a
g?'j graou to iu illusions ; jnar.y of them
tz rr ttv .-iTHrptiut-; frx rYthetn are
luif.c.nerou ; at inv rato, we .hall
"onveatinu of th? c&us'!xati6"t'!coicnt ;
lor tUs tmrpos'j cf crgicuiny iiroppcsitioo .
to the Kepuhlicar.f, a,iseojhcd in iWrcn.
w.-jrth." N.n. L'.'ith. Tro flMi.i.! . u.i '
Luineou3 thonzl; u
C tii.;uj K4r
rt.pr:?:n'.u. inoiwi.i r;- ;"r..,n n'i r -
. rrf i
o-yjnizTtl? of th.f)!
io little hv 'vAing behind tho scenes A '- cT V MtV ??
Tin ycune Ijdv in the ailk" nd sp-ngl.s ! r'gia Senate for tonic time, for the re
is nJ nal Vylph; trraM.d ; but 7h, I lhat r tKVnM.tnt.on of
iokv.vnicc. Why trace her heme to i rbibitm th-African slave
tUc-nr,: lf.aMV.ca and porter of her fr2'V'' Me y
i, not ail th. Lcru U .aia:r.S. till If 'u0 ' Ji'f t,C,nd J?1
. : : thit a ui doul hut coac ia before us of th.e 6hcn ';W" Jf i .U.mo?'
ith tho r;d Wo are al? -cr-o-and lV&? ft tfiat her decision in this
rl'cttcrthia vt. nm. mattfr, rnay ht emulated and umtatcd by
v, . . ' her tictghbors. -TAat su!h a topic should
Kansas JVmi A Territorial Ma"'? I'VJtatcd irr ahy'spction uf the Amarican
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IWW PAW. FRIDAY. DEI?. 17 .c18rS
Thn Admlnittratlon'ln a Dlletnna.
The bo-called Monroe doctrine, as at
prcacnt applied by the Administration.
appears to mean this ; that no foreign
power shall be permitted to obtain a foot
hold on the North American continent,
a d that they shall not even interfere with
tho political concerns of the, States on this
continents .The effect of 'this upon Fili
busters is, most marked and favorable.
Our government repels all foreign inter
vention in preventing tho invasion of
Nicaragua by "Gen." Walklr, while
pretending itfelf, to make an attempt to
arrest the eaid General, by a significant
combination of event succeed very poor
ly in doing it. The consequence is, that
between the Munroe doctrine and the wil
ful neglect of the Administration, Gen.
Walkkr succeeds in his mid upon Nicar
agua, robs the country and slaughters the
inhabitants. Just now he has got off an
other expedition, and it is highly proba
ble that he will be overhauled by British
cruisers. What will the Administration
do? Will it a!ert tin Monro Mooirine,
and call Great Britain and France toac-
j count for repelling tho attack of the very
forces our own Government pronounced
illegal and ostensibly endeavored to de
tain 7 1 f it does not, will it abandon the
Monroe doctrine ?
The American people could never be
brought to entertnin complacently the
idea that a collision should take plaoc be
tween tho governments of Great Baitain,
France and tho United States, over tho
contemptible squad of filibusters under
Walker, and yet if cur government iall
at this time aert tho Monroe dectrinc,
it inupt from the very ntctssity of the
in the direct interest of the
filibusters. It cauuot do this without the
eminent ftdf-stultification of taking up
aru.s to protect a lot of men it had pro
nounced bandits. And yet shall the Ad"
ministration, which has just boasted of
having wring from Great Britain an
hbandonment of tho right of search, which
co, which has sent a fleet against Para
guay, ane threatens to take possession of
tho transit routo over the isthmus shall
euch a fearless and sanguinary Adminis
tration, at the yrry first brush with for
eign power, abandon the " Monroe "doc
trine?" We conjecture that the letter
writers utter but the simple truth,' when
thry fay that tho Administration feels de
cidedly uneasy in view of the probable
complication of affairs iq Central Amerioa,
growing out of the last raid of the filibuj
ters fict, TriL.
There wero only soven , votes cast for
Douglas, in the Dcfnoratic Scnatroial
Caucus. These were thrown by Shields,
Cliugman,Brown, Toorabs.Grccn a'nd Big
ler. 'J he d bate lasted from ten o'clock
in the morning till late in fto afternoon.
Great bitterness was manifested, and Mr.
Toombs left tho caucus when the discuss
ion was at-iu highest. Mr. Broderick
was not invited, and Senator Hammond
and others absented themselves.
Highly important dispatches have been
. received from Mexico and submitted to
j Government. It is intimated that they
, may entirely chango tho programme on
Mexican affairs. Mcantimo it is under-
tood that Senor Meta, the Juarez Minis
ter who recently left Washington, has
gone to Vera Cruz tr obtain full powers
! r'n Juarci to negotiote a trcatyat uaah -
; ingtou for the settlement of all American
claims against .Mexico, and to guarantee
; Tho Treasury statement shows that the
I balance in the Treasury on Monday was
54.010,000. The receipts for the weok
were 051,000, :ind tho amount of drafts
hu.;d was S2,o58,000 a reduction from
laft week of ? 1, 700,000. .
7hi' Republicans of the Senate were
in couucil this afternoon, to fill, with thrir
members, the blank left in the Standing
Committees, a? agreed upon by tho Dcm
o:ratio Senator, and handed to them for
Itepullis at the rreaeot timv i dixcrodit
XhXi 13 ll:e national ciiaractT at lurg,,.
ti.i? Tlic Oomroittfo on Ijiuka, in Ahi
.tfdbna Lrci?ljture, ha bw!!i ifif tr:etJ I r,
I'll I. ?!!. f .1 - .' l .-- !.'
' 'Gr.onr.iA and the Slave Tradl.
I 'a. lmi .i t i u.. 1.' . .1
mtha indu-i.!!'.r th'' WaLl.vi.f thai or any other StU?.
; l n d u tI- 1 -vihin th, liuiitv of that Fwte. rf o ,
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, i' ' u-piirt n itii rTonioiiin tuo circujatun :
-.jluj 1 o jr.
Lhave lamvca !;?rVIct.
-.- . . "UV -
astounded at the tfeiiwrfivDcc. 8.
about Mr. Douglas' tour bo'amcrats
adhering to tho Democratic orgauSfffi
from Democrats ol the bchool of lirod
itk, Forney, Hickiuan, Ilaskin, Clark &
j Uo. They all denounce his course, and
tho Illinoisans explain by saying that he
Btcs on business, "llicn if heroes on
business," responded a Fcnnsylvanian in !
one instance, "why did b
ae take his wife
and why does no suuimt to a rccept
tu ivvvpuon an
Memphis, under the direction of Gen.
Jones, who, in the House, advocated and
roted for Lecompton?'
.There aro repoits in the city that Mr.
Buchanan," by the power of tho federal
patronage, has fixed tho Illinois Legisla
ture so that Mr. Douglas cannobe elected.
As Mr. Buchanan has effected more won
derful things than the purchase of two or
three votes in a State Legislature during
his administration, I shall not doubt the
rumor, although a chango in that Legis
lature if any occurs, seems more likely to
favor Mr. Lincoln than the Buchanan
Strong efforts will be made to orgauize
the territories of Dacotah, Arizona and
Nevada. The latte rterntory embraces Car
son Valley in Western Utah.
It is an important quostion whether the
democrats will apply to Oregon the Eng
liti bill restriction, requiring her to have
a population of 93,000 1 efore she can come
into the Uniou as a State. It is under
stood that a majority of tho Senate will
be opposed to tho admission of Kansas,if
she applies with a legally constructed con
stitution, unless she has the population
named above. The Oregon bill has pass
ed the Senate, and I learn will be called
up by Mr. Stephens of Georgia at an ear
ly day, and an attempt mado to pass it.
A proviso will be offered that Kansas, and
all other new States applyinr, shall be ad
mitted without tho English population t
restriction. There is no doubt that such!
a proviso would pass the House.
1 resident Buchanan s incendiary Mess
age is tho only topic of conversation here
to-day. Tha more prudeut Southern men
condemn the President for throwing such
a firebrand into Congress, and thereby re
viving Ihc slavery agitation, while profes
siug to deprecate it. They say it cannot
reasonably be expected that the North will
keep silence when the President himself
reopens the Kansas question.
The Amistad case forces Cuba into tho
arena of Congressional discussion. The
j oouthcrn men aiso grumlle at being asked
i for an increase
of the Armvjtnd
havo not confidence enough in Buchanan
to bo disposed to trust him with men or
money, and he asks for both.
The States this evening protests against
the President'.! recommendation of what
it calla the exploded theory of specific du
ties instead of tho Democratic system of
ad vglorum duties. But though the States
grumbles, it has commitUd itself to Bu
chanan and will have to swallow bs nos
trums, however nauseous.
TbVproppect is that the discussion of
the agitating topics opened by the Presi
dent will consume so much of the session
as to leave little, for practical buuness.
The French and Euglish Legislations
manifest a lively interest in the Spanish
American part of the Mefsagc. Lord Na
pier had a long interview with Mr. Cass,
the Secretary of State, to-day.
Certain influential Administration Sen
ators have in contemplation a stringent
bill for suppressing polygamy in Utah.
Their object is to embarrass Douglas and
aim a blow at Popular Sovereignty doc
trine. In the Houso the same thing will
be attempted when tho Utah Land ques
tion comes up, as it will soon.
The President said to-day he expects
our Japan squadron homo in Marbrins
: ing a Japanese Embassador. -"
lhe Democratic camp is in trouble.
The unusual and almost unprecedented
step adjourning Congress over the second
day of the short session, ostensibly for tho
purpose of arranging the Committees, was
really taken in order to consult and decide
upou a une oi poncy nna to Keep green
horns and undiciplined mibers of the
party from committing themselves to
wrong views. .
the Virginia S.tatn (!nnrvntinn rnrt,i 1 1
O . .. .vu vivkvumwa I
so decisively against him.
The Prcsideut professes to feel great in
dignation at the NeV York Herald trick
cry about tho message. He even talks ol
ordering an examination into tho afTair.
Judge Eckles had au interview with the
President last night on the subject of the
suppression of polygamj in Utah, and
on the other affairs of that Territory. The
President did net indicate what course he
will take in the matter. Gen. Cass is un
derstood to be favorably disposed to meaa
ures fox tho suppression of polygamy.
Tho Democrats havo decided to force
the.Orcgon bill through the House with
out discussion, and without any Kansas
addition to it. There will be a hot con
test if they attempt it.
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Mr.. Buchanan insists upon the removal
of Judge Douglas from the Chairmanship
of the Tectorial Committee and the im-proiiiomtg-day
is that it will be done, and
Green ofplissouri promoted to the posi
tion. The friends of 'Mr. Douglsa do not
oniecirom remoral. n will benefit him,
i'j .tbtirimprcesion. It is understood that
if tho attempt thus to overslaugh Douglas
should boreVrved in, to-morrow there
w:ll be a grand row. Mr. Green is him
self bitterly orposod to the movrnw. --
j .Gov. Dr own of Mississippi, will denounce
vi ii.- t -
J,h8 ff " 2 V1,? - t"tl iwndal afloat,
omiI Md VnJ proinf n,v! -orfw
Tsl inoa wit:
. r i:i ii. the tmblic rrhftrfl
vino uaaieu hvj - r wv.-- , .
" it... fnrtnnau Dredr;:fi.l 5n aUt- tbat
U "u LlTiV for his proms . -
med that eral i ju-j
winjvAlacgUy u.uu " " dit
opinion thI? clearly U . of
friends if you tX?u n0 U8C 0f bating
It is evident that ...urm.'
! upon foreign policy with Want's cw8 ;
! co. arc to command a vcrv ctto MMi
' . - . , . . ? ? , i
Mr. Ilaskin, of New York, is also irre-
trievably committed to the President upon
this point, for you will remember that in
his speech last year against the Walker
fillibu8ters, he declared himself unequiv
ocally in favor of " National grand larce
ny." From Kansas
St. 'Louis, Dec. 14.
Accounts form Southern Kansas indi
cate a very unsettled and disorderly con
dition of affairs.
Robberies are frequent and house
burnings and other depredations have re
cently been committed.
The disturbances arc said to have grown
out of the disposition of certain parties to !
disregard the compromise entered into by
Gov. Denver and the people in Juno last.
Public meetings were held in several pla
ces for the purpose of putting down the
exciting lawless spirit and bringing the
guilty parties to justice.
The Nebraska City Aeiri states that
preparations are being made to start a
stage line from that place to Pike's Peak,
and that Russcl, Majors and Waqdta will
send trains with provisions, mining uten
sils.'and machinery early in the spring.
Tho Omaha Timet contains a letter,
stating that elections had been held in the
mincj and a member returned to tho Kan
sas Lsjrislature. A dilepratc to Congress
was ulo elected, with a view to organiz?
Mr. Smith, the member elect to the
Legislature, confirms the previous favora
ble reports from the mines. Ho states
that gold is more abundant theic than in
California ho having seen both.
Douglas. The Telegrphio rcturna
indicate the election of this unprincipled
renegade, and tho questian will arise,
is he to bo takan pack into full fellowship
with tho doinocratc organization, reeking
with the furac9 of hU Voolly Head osso
ciates, should he have the impudence to
seek a renewal of his former relations with
Democracy of Misissippi,we can confident
ly assert that they want none of him.
They aro willing for him to keep his
squad of profligate n taincrs where ho led
them in the hour of our greatest need and
severest trial during the fierce soctioml
contest of the late session of Coagress.
But if he p-ersiets in thuratins himsel
and his vile faction into our camp, we wil
be satisfied Tfith no terras of reconciliation
short of the following, which aro sugges
ted by a staunch Democratic cotemporary,
and amended by oarselres:
1. That he shall be diiarmed.
2. That he shall bo reduced to the ranks.
3. That he shall be foiapcllcd to read
all his epecchea since tho opening of Con
gress,and r hcrse his conferences with the
Black Rcpsblican leaders.
4. That he utterly abjure the infanotw
heresies which comprise the staple of h$s
speeches in the late canvass. jiimssij)
pian. War Declared
Philadelphia, Dec. 13.
The Philadelphia Press o( this morning
says the Spanish Minister called upon
(Jencral Cass yesterday P. M., and an
nounced to him that Spain has declared
war against Mexico.
Escape of Prisoners.
Rochester, Dec. 13.
Fifteen prisoners escaped from the jail
in this city last night, among whom is
Manly Locke, who killed Benjamin Starr
at Mendon, in Oct. 1857. They cut off 5
iron bars with a saw made of a watch
spring, and let themselves down into Gen
esee River with a rope with which Ira
Stit was huncr. They
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hq r of
' Tho treaty concluded with Japan by
Lord Elgin is said to be imost identical
with tho American treaty. One year af
ter its ratification, five ports will be open
to English traders. Cotton and woolen
fabrics are only to pay a duty of five per
cent, of the declared value on importation.
Almost all other articles aro to pay twenty
per cent. A resident Minister is to be
permitted at Jabbo. Exports aro to be
subject to a luty of five per cent. The
I)utchhad not as yet succeeded in obtain
ing thoYrivilcges granted toother nations.
During Lord Elgin's visit to Jabbo the
Emperor was unwell, which was pivens
an excuse for hi i not receiving his 'Lord
ship, v . t .
A Bkcond Lesson to Bcczanan.-
Gen. W. H. Keen oppbsitiorj,1 ia led
Gen. W. II. Kee
to 1! tU vaeancv
: nrifv than tW r
vacancycaused by the reil-V
ncvJone,Dy a arjrcr Qfl
i crnair. .
Trrr AnMtvf6rnirtnu tn,n.T...
" '.. IMIIM L.I is a nr., JL Alt ir t .
m i r it. . ..
of th orgaw at WMhington are most Jc- T. L.rt r V.m L?."""' ".'.'fr ' 't.ki n th. Mr. .f r. W .nd et. J.h
i,tration will Mcommi od iny iucrpaio of f me.it in ..Id t.i., .r, ruirod t. .Pr,"r ' '"h "J1 T,l lr , ' ' Vi I J ,y ,h
the tariff dutio., Jh dechnUoc of-Gov;
Hammond, that tho South will diiolreth. f h.,. hi S,t Z' Zril'i -" u r r"a'"" -mfc
Union if the thing i, .tUmptd, vaT.iuiTi ?" "fWi '- 'Vh,"r '..".'.m
have had dcci.iv. . effen nVhew-;
1 .. i .-.. . i . . j
. . . impm informed ua
The v R1U1U nft,m, ah in excluded
xthilo ncnawr v- - - .
noma tte Chairm
romlBO - -
. aftUtf ?po;
W Pa " ' the Detroit neraia
iiXl kn this State, ae-
aun - R - - - nod and
Vhilc in this frte Mr. S. was
ml , ' ir verv itemptuouily of
eara , . th e
luc , 7 iivion. he doubtless
,nnsnliere oi . .
i r.f Waahll!nf nc OUDuras i
atmosphere ot h .ta gcnti.
took early OCC Sion to
I ta were his ownist as the brea i
since the la message said in
substance i.. u iaetter thus. It
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would have bn higlinaPProPnate,or
Senator Stuart, aftcux years patient
and joyous waiting u the bidding of
the slaveholders anocrfcrming cheer
fully whatever they scted him to per
form, to signalize hiapartun: from pub
lic life by eccentric ts of honesty and
dependence. Let fc'who freely maketh
his bed in the gutte-e there still. Vet.
-The nominsn by the Republi
cans of Senator Cdler as a member
of the committee commerce, was rejec
ted by the pro-sly majority. So the
Great West is agi without a represeu.
tative on this imra,lt committee. Ncv-t-r
mind , the Soi anu" East will soon be
brought to their nsun.
t 72,925 feigners arrived at New
York this year,p to the 10th, against
160,050 last ye
fia Woman is found her true 'sphere'
at last. It iflibout twenty-scvon fet
rou d, and isnie ct hoops an i crinoline
Dr. Roback's jAXDmaviAs Remidieb. The
seds of all dlserd r in the Mood, and Dr. Ro
back'sIUooD Pcra and Pills act specifically
.n that fni.J T? are compogod of rare Swedish
hcrK aud f.ra vcreign audi ctoto the infect- j
ing and ourtujtK piQp ot uiscese. oi oniy
do tbty cure iigction, Lillioos coraplahi's, f i-
i i ...v.;.i .ntnnr.w ,..,,
iaal caknoai:onnubiul lucompctoncy, wtom j
disorders, lunnd tlro&t afftotions, diarrhf a, etc., j
etc., but theyiPH purify and inrigoratu erory i
crxan, aad rithe whole animal machinery la such ! to-wit : the oin-cusi quaner oi xnm uumoer
" ' , , fflone. in BiUly'a addition to the nllago of Lawtoa,
ari-oroua dHon that it li enabled to thww off I xccot(MD tLo Rter'a office for tho said
the influencof bad air and other cacpos of aick
na. See Jrertwemont.
On the lJnst., by the Rer. I). II. Dean, Mr.
Alma MurKES, of Moneo, Illinoie, to Miaa Har
uibt E. Ls,of Paw Paw Mich.
Alo, in loomingdale, Dec. Ttb, by Rer. W. II.
II. Jlyers.Ur. Vf iliiam C. Moork, of Colombia
town?hip, nd Mijs Prahcci BrrtcnER, of Lioom-
atawton, on the" llvh'inst. br ter. a.
Tuttle, Mr F. M. Crawtokd, to Miss Marir II
Lkevr, ii It Lawton, Michigan.
On tbeJMh of November, in Lafnyette township
E Ex Jchephike Fisrer, danghw of Joseph
U Sraiy FisncR, agod 2 years.
B.. is not dead, the child tf our affections,
lut gne to that school
Ty'ere she no longer needs our p-o-T pretention,
ind Chrit himlf doth rule.
. D1TELLINQ HOUSE t7 rent, with veil
?L4ieitern and woodhouae atUrhed, snitablt
l 11 to accmmo U a small family, Inquire at
TU&Cpartnerahip heretofore existing under the
naiandtyl of Jonea A Conger in the Fur
ace I Hint ss is this day diaaolred by mutual con.
sen. he notes ad vcoonti doe the firm will be
settled y Z. Jones. All persons indebted will be
without Hay and aave costs.
N- . CO NO Kit.
Mr a. Harriet Beechor Stowe
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STATE of Michigan, county cf Van Buren, is.
At a soiiion of the Probate Court for the coun
ty of Van Buren, holdtn at the Trobato Office, in
the village of Paw Taw, on Thuraday the aixteenth
day of December, in tha year one thouand eight
hundred and fifty-eight. Present, A. W. Naah,
Judge of Probate. lala matter of the estate of
petition, duly verified', cf gaily Lock, widow of
ld deceased, praying that. h. mar U arnointed V
admini.tratrix of the eM.Uof.aid decell there-!
a copj a ini or44r li trpaojisnct iu the " True
torth ;v.4-eawapper printed lad tircalated
Iq ad .v?utty-of Van Boren, thi-vje ancoessiro
wftka, 7f mlofU o id day of hearing.
. - A. W. NAFH, ,
& . ' ' .T5drf cf Prohatf.
- dayo Advertioementa
BytlrUe t.f w order of FemauJo C. Htmsatn.
JudMof PrwUte, in avl far th County l
Leuawte, and 8Ute of Michigan, J hall-U at
lio uctiun UUi tujj&ot Diaaer, i vue uu.vjr
M UntiM in th towaakiD of Almtn. aoJ
-."nti.m fath Mirheit bidder, at the Buofoy
School lloa.a in tho town-hip of Almena. ana
ntr oi Van Burn, on tho third day of Ftlruarj
9, at ono o'clock io th afternoon, of that day,
bt intertit of lleinaa and Lnther Thwing, mi
nori, of, in and tolhowtit tairor tne oonuj
quarter oi ecuuu msuymw, .w-.-.r -
o, iouth of ranj thirteen wait, wppoiad to ron
tainvi,hty acrva of land, tooro or lei; TenaJ.
made kno.n on day of tale.
Dated, thli,vthday of Notetnber, lSii.
192w7 Guardian for aaid Minoxe.
DEFAULT baring bt-en mado in tie payment of
a certain aum of money, the pay meat of wbiefc
XJ a ceruio ium of money, tn
WM Becured bT a ..rtain inde
bearing dlo the fixth day of J
seculdb ,iy job E Welch,
hla wifo of the county of Van
was secured b? a certain indenture of mortgage,
Auguat, A. D. 1B68,
and Mary V.Wtlob,
Buren and State of
Michigan, to Abram R. Ward, of tho aatne plac,
and recorded in the Register's omce lor uiecouniy
of Van Burtu aforeeaid, on tho 16th day of De
cember, A. 1)., 1858, at two o'clock, P. M., in Li
ber O, of mortgages, on pages 163 and 164, oa
which mortgage thero is caimed to 1 doe and un
I aid at the date of this notice, tho aum ofaixty
eight dollars and sixty-four cents, ($68 64,) and
no auit or proceeding at law or in chancery bar.
ing been inatituted to collect tho same or any pari
Notice ia therefore hereby glren, that by vlrtn
of a power of aale io aaid mortagage contained and
in purauanco of tho atatute in aucb case made and
prorided, the premisea in said mortgage described,
to. wit: Lot uumbr three, (5), in block number
fire, (5), in the rillage of Mattawan, ta laid oat
and recoruoa oy v. . ocoii, iu iuo nnRnnf i
fico for the aald couaty of Van Buren, will be aold
at public auction at tho Court House in the rillajro
of Paw Pa.'-, that being tho place for holding tha
Circuit Court for aaid county of Van Burn, on
the 12th day ot March, A. D., 185?, at cue o'clock,
P. M., by tha Sheriff, or bis Deputy.
Dated December 16th, 1558.
ABRAM R. WARD, Mortgage.
llkfi H. Bitzlt, Att'y. 192wia
"TTTHEREAri, default baa been made ia the pay.
Vf men; of a certain aum of money, the payment
of which was secured by a certain indenture oC
mortgage bearing date the nineteenth day of Sep.
Umber, ALWlF5Tixo' "td by Justus Hmitb, of
the count OT r an iiuren ana oiaie oi jnicuigan,
to Lewis Waldo, of the aame place, and recorded
in tho Regiatcr'a office for the aaid county of Vaa
Bur. n, on t. o 28th day of October, A D., 1857, M
tn o'clock, A. M., and recorded in Liber F., ef
mortgages page 533, on which mortgage there U
claimed to bo Iui- and unpaid at the dtte of this
(.v.f :i 'tjo.t is-i p;r.tv-ttre
cr.te, 'ZlZZ (;.) nuboiilt or
proceeding at law or in ccancery harlng aen In.
atitukd to collect the aame or aDy part tbkcof,
Notice ia therefore hereby gircn, tlat by rirta
of a powcr gf n aod
in pUuance 0f tho utatute in such rate made and
proridc-d, the premise in said ruortgajrodjcrihed,.
county of Van Duren, will le sold at public auction
to the highest biddtr, at the Court Houe, in th
village of Paw Paw, that being the place for hold
ing the Circuit Court fur the county of Van Curvn,
on the 13th day of March, A. D., 1859, at one
o'clock in the afternoon of eaid day, by tho Sheriff
or his deputy.
Datd, December loth. 1851.
LEWIS WALDO, Mortgage.
N'atiiak If. Bitslt, Att'y. 19iwl7
liriiuivHAP, ar.uit'laa 1 em "made in the pay-
VV ment of cartain auma of mocfy the pyn&
of which wa secured by an indenture ef mortay
cn the lands and prereisa hnrinafUir dht-ti,
executed by RisaJ loB. Lac aad Diata C. Lac
his wife, of Paw Paw Van .'cren t cnuty Michiga?,
to Jarees McLuurln of FentoiiriiU nneie couu
ty, Michigan, dated Kotemltr tij(hUi, A. I. lFi;,
and recordod in the Tice of the Register ef Dexia
of Van Zuren county Michigan os the twawtj.
aecond day of November A. I). 18ifc, in Liber K.
of mortgages on pags 1 4S and 149, and on whic
mortff there is claimed to bo floe and unpaid at
the date of this notice the sum of four hundred x,!
eighty aix dollars and six cents. (1?6,PG; and r-
proeedinga at law or in chancery Vaving Un ia.
atituted U recover the amount uceml j
mortgage or any part thereof:
Notice is therefor hereby given, thf by rrrt1)
of a power of sale contained in aaid mortgage
which jKwer has become operative by the defaalt
aforesaid, and in purruan? of the stttato in rath
case provided, said mortao will be foreclosed by
sale of the mortgaged prtmiee , therein dosori1; i,
to wit ; " all the following described pie of parc
of lands fftuatcd In tho county of Van 77trren ard
State ef Michigan, to wit; Lots nurchor rn and
two (1 A 2) in block camber two (2) in Pycknien
and Woodman's addition to tha village of Paw Pw
according to tho recorded plat of aaid addition,"
whi?h premises, with the appurtenance, wi1lt
sold at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the
Court 1 louse in thrillage of Paw Paw in mid
eounty of Van 7nj-ett (that being the place of hold
ing the Clrctk Court for said rountr,)on the twelfth
day of MasrVr.ext, A. D, 1R5, at ten o'clock in
the frenooa,by th- fheriS" of said mntr,
or hiadeputy or un jtVsieriff, subject to one install,
ment of aaid mortgage yet to become due, ef on
hund and fifty dollara and inWett from th Sth
day'f November! IW8.
Dated Dee. 17th 185!.
JAMES McLAURIN, Mortgatv,
S. U. 7tSCKMA,Att'y for Sfortgageo. I92wlX
WIIF.REA8, Default has been made in tho pay
ment of a certain sum of money, tho payment
of which was secured by au Indenture of mort
gage, dated the ninth day of Juno, A. D. 1855,
executed by Sarah Ana Camp to DaM
Evan., on the land an.? premisea hereinafter d.
scribed, and duly recorded ia the efflee of tho
Rogiiter of Deeds of Van Burn county, Michigan,
on the twenty second day ffVlf- A. D. 1855, ia
Liler E. of rnurigftKea on pVLiiS and 124, which
rxjorgage and the drlt secure., -yrebywaa as;igwd
bj ai-1 Daniel Evans to Royal Lowell wy assign
ment dated Novemlcr 38th A. P. 1855, and ro.
corded cn the fame day tn the ;rB4tcr oflfico
aforesaW, in Liber E. of mortagei oo"pgo 180 ;
And which was also assigned by said Royal Lowlt4
to Stephen Brown, by assigBnx'at dated 'YtVtnary,
2d A. D. 1356 and recorded or tbe a.ira ljyin
the Regie tcr'a office aforesaid, ia Liber E. of mort
gagee at page 200 : And which was aNo assigned
by aaid Stephen Brown to Henry De Long by as.
aignmcot dated the fixth day of February A. D.
1856,and recorded in the Register's office aforecald
on the ninth day of February, A. I). 185S, in Liber
E. of mortgages at pages 320 and 327; on which
mortgage there is claimed to be due and unpaid at
the date of this notice, the sum of one handred and
twenty aeven d' liars (1127,60.) and no proceedings
at law or in chancery baring been instituted to re
cover the amount secured by aaid mortgage or any
Notice ia thereforo hereby giren, that by rirtoa
of a power of sale contained in raid mortgage.
which power u as become operative by too default
aid, and in purauanco of the atatute in auch
fW J'V"''!0?' .W1.! .'07e,0f.t!1
which laid pirnUte aro anna ted) rn tho twelfth
day of March next A. V. 1859, at ten o'clock in
tho forenoon, by tho iher ff v( taid county, or bit
deputT, or under aheriff.
Dated' December. 17th A. I. 1851.
HENRY DiLOKO, Afsigne.