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0. N. WORDEN, J. K- COKNKLIUS & E. SMITH.
An Ixdepkvdkxt Family and News Jourxal.
LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1857.
ESTABLISHED IN 18-13.... WHOLE NO., 672.
At $1,50 Piiit Teak, always i.v Advance.
The E.ast Election "Hie Issue, and the Decision.
Live Within Tour Income.
If it were possible to beat a bar of Cue
gold into letters, no better or more iustruc-
4n-e are requested to state whether the late Presidential Election
rvnoRSED or UEPL'DIATED the Pierce Administration, with the proof of our , tive words could be formed with those lot-
nnnition : also the exact, full vote.
We have done this so often, that one ! ters than the four we bave just written.
pvnosition we hone mav suffice for all. The present is an extravugant age.
First The REPUBLIC V or Fremont organization declared in Luxuries are daily multiplying. The temp
their Declaration of Principles, at the outset, a, follows : j W .o n-
um.... ,;..n f li.:..,,tH, assemM.-d in pursuance of a call adlreesed to the I merous. uu can buy more for a dollar,
people of tbo United States, without regard to past political differences nr divisions, ! now, than you could live years.three years, i years which the game I'saluiist associates
tch'tare Ofl'OSE I) to the' reieol of the Mlomuri Compromise ; TO THE 1 POLICY .even one year ago. The purveyors who ; with sorrow and weakness. Thus far, he
OF THE PRESENT AUMiM I U A uy. : to tue cxiensiou oi o.uieiy imo , nll ,lle various departments of trade, are ; was exempt from those infirmities. How
free territory ; in t.vor ot ttie ai.u.s,ion o. ivausas as a ,ree oue , ...u8 . , snrewJ MU They know just how to I came it that at this advanced ago he was
r .1 r -.1 . tl... .T-itt.inl..a .f ...Jiiniif.in mi. I .1 ellersnti r nun i . I
for the pu
Benton's Early Luk. When Col. j Sbo. 6. A,l be it farther enacted, That I
Benton lectured iu the Trcmont Temple, ' ay j"'Jg of election who shall wilfully j
he commenced by giving.in a kiDdly.char- ! a"d knowingly allow any vote to be polled
acteristic style, some very good advice to ! i" violation of the fourth and fifth sections
young men in general, and apprentices in . of tins act, snail on conviction wcreoi, oe
particular. They saw before them, he re- ; puuished ty a fine of not less than fifty
marked, a person who had attaiued un age d"" "' ""re 'han three hundred dol
past the limit which the Psalmist assigns hirs, and imprisonment for a term of not
to the line of life, and now upon those h-' than six mouths nor more than one year.
Pec. of State Cas of Mich.
Treasury (,'ubb of Ga.
War-Floyd of Va.
Navy Brown of Tenn.
Aftornr-y General Toucey of Ct.
P. M. General J. Glancy Jones i.f Pa.
Interior Jacob Thompson of Miss.
The Washington Litton of Feb. 19th
says : "We know of no information of an
territory ; iu favor of the al.uis,ion ,,f Kansas as a free State ; of restoring the ; hrewJ f,.lowi. They know just how to j Cau.e it that at this advanced ago he was
tion of the federal government to the ! hit the fancy, and so t, reach the pocket. I bleSsL.J witb the absence of those infirmi-
r the Durp'isii of tircseutiiig cuuaiJiiics lor luc olnees ot licswunt ana ice i rtsiu- ' . , ... ...
. j i, r " i i Manufacturers are an impronng, an ad- ! ties whieh are supposed to belong to it?
Second. The A ME IMC AN" or Fillmore party presented the following ' vanc'"B class of 60cle"y- hvery new Pa'-! Ho owed it to the course of his early life.
- icru is sure i o mrow u ireuixrasur iuio ranklin ( WDoni lie warmly cuiogizuu iwas
1 lank in their I latfonu : I . . . , , ., . , ... . ,
-13 OPPOSITION t the r.k, and unirise. POLICY OF THE I'RES , thc 6,,i,Ie- Uee ."'ruidcriM, and once nicknamed the American Aquatic.be-
EXT ADMlSIisTRATIO.X u the general management of our naiional affairs, and j H of finery, were never so elogant, cause he drank nothing but water. In that
mora especially as shown in removing -'Americana" (by designation) and conserva- j so superb, as they are this year and next retprct, be had imitated Franklin. He
tives in principle, from offiee, ami placing foreigners and ultraists iu their places; as year tl,pe will be supplanted by those still ' totally abstained for thc first half c f bis
shown in the truckling subserviency to in-; sfr.uigir, and an iusolent and cowardly : i(,re clcgart and superb. j; anii waa temperate tbe other half,
bravado towards the weaker powers ; Vi"i in re -.jKitiny scrtioital ajitntion tlie . U requires no little moral courage to re-1 j, 'haJ not 0Q, totally abstained from
repeal of the Uits-Mtri ('mprumUc ; as sl,o n in grautiug to foreigners t!ie right of . s:?t thc blandishments of ship keepers and 1 .. ,
suffrage in Kansas and Xebis-ka; M shJW in the corruptions which p.rvade some i . ., i spirituous l.quors, vinous l,u?rs fermen-
naval! . . , . i tea liiuors,aud everything l the Ktnd.out
I bed may la eight feet by fur, and two
j sashes made to answr : a smaller aixe vill
aiuu.tr for a small family. but it is difficult
. to secure a sufficient and permanent beat
' with le-s than about this Loir of dwng.
The box or "frame" to surround tbs
' bed, should h made of good stout board
, (ongued aud grooved and well put together
about two feet high f r the hack side, and,
Cf'.eto inches f r the front, and the ends
! with a corresponding alope of nine inches.
If it is made double, with a slight space
tightly enclosed all around, it will be all
gested. It may be lure conjecture ; but tUo t-elter, l,ui a single micknessoi uoaraa
tent with the provisions of this act aro j whatever may have created the general ; "l io. Over tbe top, trom Iron! to tacit,
hereby declared null aud void. impression, it is certain so far as our ob- t suitable diitancts, pieces n.u,t be pet,
This strikes at the root of all the evil, ' 6ervation has exteuJel.the cast of the cab- f"'r the manner of rafters, on which tbe
auU would be simply just tven on the , inet a(me mtU wi(ll jy appi.0Vil. edges of the sashes will rest, and slide as
professed principles of 'he Kansas Bill. . If tW f ,uch ! they are m-ved up and down. Tbisaho'd
surely, no ouo in favor of "Ireedoni for : ' .nti-inatious as to L s0 t!lat tbe sasIies fit clow
Kanas" could vote agaiust it ! But not I n"". frnieJ, our antiapatious as to '
u Southerner or Buchanan man could be I the wise discrimination for whieh we bave nd yet freely al.de wnen neceesary. L.t
found to vote for relief. Look at the vote ' L-iven Mr. Buchanan full credit will be en- ! ' ,buD b M Paluted aSii the franie u
That all offences under this act may be authentic character which justifies the c u
prnsecuted by indictment in any criminal GJence with whieh the foregoing is m
court having jurisdiciion of felonies or 1 ceived as the cabinet, or as so near the
misdemeanors committed in sUd Territory. ' cabinet that only a single change is og-
All laws, rules, or regulations inconsis-
of the Denartments ot the Govei iimeiit; :is shown in the disgracing meritorious I
officers through prejudice or capiiee; aud as shown in the blundering mismanagement j
of our foreign relations.'
ho had kept himself free from ettry kind
of dissipation. lie knew no game what-
Or woiuau who has thc nerve to resist these
successfully, would not fiar to face a lion.
It will be seen that with these parties denounce and condemn the acts ; Jue aul r'l"'res tm. sime quamy auu ue-. evcr. auJ o thij momeut cuuIJ uot tul
of Pierce's A-lminisiration in general, and the Missouri t'oinprotnise K.-peal Sre0 of C'IU"(,fs resolution, that would when ,ooking at party pIayit)g MrdSj
iu particular ; l.ut thev did not agree on President. There can be no doubt j one to walk aloue. lu a. ByJ tthich was thc loser aud which the win
but the whole vote of the IuuUiean and American parties is to be counted I '""'"'eK or a,ta-,k a c"y SIUc'lu hauded. ner ,Ie l)aJ of(en get up a BigtlfiWllt(.n.
i r i f f i There must be uo besitaucv no ealeuu- . . -i-, j j i i.
si"-aint the policv and il'K-ti ines of 1'kn e it Compatir. . . , ing the sick, on military duty, aud a book
c ' ..... ... c i 'tun. lo hcsitate.is toyield. Ifihewal-1 , , . . f, . , . t .
Tumi) The ABOLI1 KJN or .v.nn partr of course was more adverse. , . ,, , ' a tw had often kept hnu awake;
Fm-RTtt In the, IFMOC'li VTir or Blth'Vvx l.artv Pierce u-ed all ? ! T i but he bud overspent one night of dissi- Buri.ngame
r OLRTII. in tliL I'I..Mt7tUAl Jt oi 1jL(.han.-N pai t , i it l ct, u. an ( , can arjrj l( ,,l0 wact r r,7. C'amnbell Pa
his power and patronage to secure his re-nomination, but it. vain. THEY pr fy ate u ,ose it8 ro'tundity auJ it8 , P-Boston Cur. oj A. Y. Inlune, tampbell a.
I)AKED NOT llL-rlC THE ELECTION under his banner. But, the day : owni.r ilf r,rotty 6ure t0 g0 Lome j, B I Clark Ct.
after the adutition of the Platfi.rni t.nitier. the Committee presented thc ', bundle umler bis arm. ! I nit t c.j.. ....I! .1' p ti, Clawson
fnllnn-imr n lii.-li r-n i.lmtc.l ivi'l'ii'i! forin il oiiiiositioii : ' The cu.itoin of L'ilt jrivincis a venerable A DUAj IU1 IIIC 1 t'UCI UI IUC Colfax
" RtA,eJ, That the Administration of Frauklin Pierce has been true to the 'DC, aud a delightful one, aud ho who can
great interests of tic country. In the face "f thc most determined opposition, it has not conscientiously engage in it is indeed
maintained the laws, enforced economy, f .atered progress, and iufused integrity aud to be pitied. But we should beware, at
,.- tnt. oforv ...T.T.rTm.oir i.f fi'. ir e.'.-r n Ol ell t lit IiOtlle. It naS K V lllinrovea 1 . ... l 1.1 "
..6.. r. - - r -. " . ',. . sueu a i me, tuai we uo nor spena me mo- , i. ,1 , i, :. , ,1,- i . ,
our treatv relations, extended the fi.-ld of commercial euterrri.-,e. and vindicated the : . .. : week, declaring the acts of the Bogus
rights of' American citizens abroal. It h ,s as-erted with Eminent impartiality the ! M aP w anMU" wf owa . Legislature of Kansas lerritory void and
just claims of every section, and has at all times been faithful to the constitution. He "J,1''nS to any man, is it right to invest ; of uo eflect :
therefore proclaim our uu,pmliji-i nppr.Mti-m of iis mraiure and its policy." it in gifts, leaving an honest debt uncan- j hereas, the President of the United
People of Kansas.
The following is the bill which pissed
the House of Ueprescntatives on iuesday
Ludicrous as these allegations are, they were deemed necessary to gain
celled ? Cloarly uot. There is a species ; States transmitted to the House, by uses-
0 1 - 1 . 1 .L.i . . . . 1
the support of Pierce and secure thc .-access of their nominee. This resolve ; ol ,drrr,,y : sage, a printed pamphlet purporting to be iwa
is in terms a sufficient endorsement of Pierce, and we so charged it. S.But ute lo' a"d. to ,fcat fl'cf,cs do sucL ! tue f tbe Territory of Kansas, passed Dunn
not one out oi fifty of the Northern Democratic papers ever copied thc 'btT. monger. We never saw it ' " Shwne0 M.bsioD' !" d Torr.itor, J Kmrie
above resolution !sw They suppressed it, and some denounced it a ' Black ' pa;uted, but can readily imagine how it ; "a 'a' iJ" asa Calloway
IJfpublican forgery." Where convenient, the Buchanan orators condemned WOuld look on canvas. It would have a " j '"'f vodn or holding ffice in '"Jl;rt
I'icrce and his Administration ; dec tared it unfair to arirue that Buchanan's bead like a crocodile, and teeth like a '.Vm or T0 '"S or 0 10 0 ice ,n Crauger
' i cniil I nrritnrt ..nf iiii.ie flii. I nmmir. f
ii i - i: :.. . .1. ..l... n i:.l . i . i 11 r . - i -...i. ... oi
uiiiiiiuiMi aiiuii wunni ui: i n ic': uui aaui , iiiiit iuu ncuraciv uiu iiui snarK : nanus line mose oi an ouraii"-ou , . . . Ir ,
r.pprovc or tits Kansas poticy ; mat u whs the Democracy that was luW,..ff , .... .y.. , . , iSS? 'JLt '
for Freedum for Kansas ! At: The Michigan Democratic St. Convention like the ears of a donkey, and a tail like
'"thanked God that the administration of Franklin Pierce wa3 drawing to a that i.f a scorpion. Fpon its broad back
dose." Thus circum.-tanccd, the following was the declared result : I t would carry cha'ms and manacles.and iu ;
' its tram would stalk lean Penury, and 1
wholTf;EltcU,r; moaning Misery, and fiery Desperation,
-i'i"! t and blank eyed Suicide. Who could fancy .
me guaruiansii ip pi such a cusiooian i , Kuiyht
Keep out of debt. Live within vour ! AK " "-- a" w Kuowlton
incomo. A man in debt, is not half a regulations purporting to bo laws, or in Knox
man. lie is haunted continually by a spec- ,Ila fur,u of I:lw adopted at Shawnee Mis- Kuukel
tie; he is weighed down continually by a sion the Territory of Kansas, by a Leiter
body ot meu elaumng to be tlie legislative cany
on its passage :
Akers, Buchanan. '
I tir.ly realized. Wc eipre no opiniou as ', oomple.o.
AM YS. I to the correctness i f tbe list of Lames, for : Tbe "ahes' nch nf whIc, U technieall
Southern Fillmore or L,rn .. is t, ,. nr.:;.. . i.,., ' called a "li-'bt," should be made heavter
we venture to say, that if the list is the th3n U an wJJ mtaiow, and ut.ut
cabinet, the public mind will be entirely ' aH c" Un s thc5e wouId 1X nla
satisfied that Mr. Buchanan's admini.tra- ruani"K off- Let ile bar rua tU
whole lieugtb, and eve inches apaitis a
good distance to put them, for then an eight
l.r ten li -l.t of i'!a-i cut crcjSWLse will lust
- r, - . . .l - - : J B "
.UHLt. ULt.u. oome munma since, a
Maine Of),;") 14
N. Hampshire 3S,1.'jS ,414
Vermont 3'J.5U1 ,:")ll
Massachusetts 108,1110 lO.Outf
Bhodelslaud 11.4U7 1.070
New York 274,7".". 12 1 nu
New Jersey 28:ofl 24,115
Pennsylvania J4i,ooit ti,l.;
Piihi.nan. D.V nlor. B's migor.
20,009 35,1 la
i; 15,022 170,)7j
Ueprescntatives to tvansas report; tuat said
Legislature was not elected by legal voters
of Kansas, but was forced upon them by
nou-rcsideuts, in violation of the organic
act of tho Territory, and having thus Keiscy
usurped legislative power, it enacted cruel King
aud oppressive laws: Therefore, ; Knapp
piitlitAau imn tli'.t alti tinui-ila finnn lita 1
.1. i ii- r 'nssflmtilr.nrAhorphir ilpplnrnit tneHli.I nmt Miller N.
neari, anu win noi leave uim. 111s seusi- . j . j,iwarj
bilities become dulled.his affections become ' of 110 binding force or effect. J jjaoroJ
soured, bis manuers become changed, his ; Sec- - A'l Lc t further enacts, That ; &.i1x
business responsibilities become irksome, ; the Governor of said Territory shall, as ' M.null
the world looks leaden.and life is a burden ouu a practicable, by public proclamation . Mott
aud not a blessing. the time and places for au election of Murray
Pay your debts first, and then dive to ! members of the Legislative Assembly, Nichols
the bottom of the fairy sea of Pleasure if! appoiut in each district three competent f,l'rt'nv v
(Fremont over Buchanan, 114,855. Fremont and Fillmore over Buchanan, 509.4S1) 1 fc'iula thc fi"1 symptoms of cx- persons to copcrintend thc election therein, ' rarktr '
j travagance. Lxtravagancc should never under such rules and regulations as be Pearce
cattcring votes for Fremont, Fillmore, and Smith, not included, would probably be indulged in except by abundance. Get shall direct, aud shall prescribe tho mode ' Pennington
I out of debt ; keep out of debt ; so that you and manner for the return thereof. , 1 erl7
can enjoy thc money you earn. This work- SfcC. 3. Ami he it further enuctel, That J'0'1''
r... .!.... i v: ; a . . i i .: "u
ing ioi viuti jeu.w utiug mc uiu., iu- uoy jjeisou uuri iuj iu vuio ui sain eiccuoil
stead of the owner, of tho money that is whose vote shall bo challenged shall, in
j- ' wrung from daily toil is the next thing . addition to the qualifications for voting
1,3(5,924 391. f.23 1,731,553 l,SI2,l'C9 610,583 1,099 2.953,622 176
leave Buchanan in the minority in these as well as iu every other Free State.
fThe whole Republican State Ticket elected.
Maryland ,281 47.402 47,743 39,115 8,028 88,858
Delaware ,300 0,174 6.40 S,0o3 1,113 14,484
Virginia ,291 00.039 00,330 89.975 29,045 150,205
Keutucky ,309 05,872 00,241 72,917 6,076 139,158
Missouri 48,524 5s, 101 9,040 100,088
North Carolina SG,S?C 48,210 11,200 85,132
South Carolina (estim.) 20,000 30,000 10,000 50,000
Florida 4,813 0.308 1,525 11,211
Georgia 42,372 50.017 14,245 98,989
Alabama 28.557 40,817 18,200 75,371
Louisiana 20,700 22,109 1,409 42,878
Mississippi 24,490 35,055 11,175 00,155
Texas 15,244 28,757 13,513 44,001
Arkansas 10,810 21,908 11.092 32,724
Tennessee 00,178 73.G38 7.4G0 139,816
1,247498,117 499,704 038,359 8,928147,923 1,137,723
(Buchanan over Fillmore, 140,242; over both opponents, 138,995.)
to Purcatory. Keep out of debt. Live
within your income Syracuse Journal.
Probable Deceass of Dr. Kane.
A despatch was received in New York
on thc IGih inst. by II. Grinnoil, Esq.,
conveying the sad intelligence that our dis
tinguished countryman, Dr. Kane, has pro
bably departed this life. The despatch
comes via Mobile, having beeu received
there, as is supposed, by tho steamship
Quaker City. It is as follows :
Havana, Feb. 13, 1857.
"Dr. Kane is still alive, but can't last
fixed in the act of Congress organizing the ,: Roberts
Territory, prove by bis own oath that he ' abin
is a bona fide settler of said Territory, and j '6
by the oath of at least two lcal voters .
i , , i . . ocolt
that ue is, aud has been for one month Sherman
immediately preceding, an actual resident Simmons
of said Territory, and for fifteen days a Spinner
rcsidcut of the election district where he Stanton
offers to vote. i Stranahan
SEC. 4. And he it further enacted, That j J.." .
., , ' ' 1 horniiiton
if auy person, not being an actual inhabi- j Thurston
taut or resident of the said Territory, shall ; Todd
CadualaJtr P. do
Campbell Ky. do
Cobb Al. do
Eii'jlUh Ind. do
Florenc Pa. do
Fuller Me. do
Halt lo. do
- Harris MJ. do
do Harris ai. - a
Ilirrit 111. do
Jones Tenn. do
KV'y N Y. do
II. Marshall do
Miller Ind. do
M-rriion III. do
Oliver .Mo. do
Pachr Pa. do
Peck .Mich. do
Smith Tenn. do
Wright Tenn. do
tion will start uudcr most fivorabid
j poor German neighbor of Gerrit Smith was
i charged with muider. A singular combi
J nation of unfavorable circum-tances in
; duced a general belief that he was guilty,
i and tbe public excitement against him was
i very strong. Mr. Smith visited the sus
i pected man iu the jail, and became con-
vinced that he was idnocent. Iu tbe face
j of a hostile public sentiment he volunteered
his services as counsel for the Gornian,
1 spent nearly a thousand dollars from his
fit the space. Small pieces like these are)
both less likely t . break, and more easy to
replace, than larger. Lay them into the
bars, beginuing at the lower end with each
upper one lapping an inch over the one
below, and fastun with good putty. Some
koobs on the upper rail of the sash are
convenient to move them by. Let them
all be painted and the "lights" aro dune,
and wheu p'aced on the frame will cover
it nearly air tight and carry off all mois-
ture eb-an over the front side.
own purse in collecting eudeuce, and r- Those who wish to avail themselves of
gaJ his case before the jury. By hi. un- thes9 directious the prBSeat Jear &lioM
tiring exertions the very dar. coal "f ( ,,rure ,-ae frau,e3 anJ Hgbu at once. It
unfavorable circumstances was c.eared up, u in j but , 5 maj.-ing
and the innocence of his cheat made man- Mommsa fjf tLe Jc,a a cpeaU) to4
ifest, not only to the court and jury, but ,
to the public. Mr. Smith, with character- ,, , . . ,, , . i - .1.
r , . the next thing to be got ready is the
istie beneficence, crowned bis magnanimity dur? fjunJition cteatBialu.
by giving tbs poor German a .mad farm B; of tLe UJ. About two two-horse
huu uvc uuuuiua uuustia iu uuuej. A t-
bler.ess like iLis ii its own praise and
THE WHOLE VOTE.
Fpritt-. SlaieSlntn. ToUtn. Elrrtnrt
Fremont 1,330,924 1,247 1,338,171 114
Fillmore 394,629 498,117 892,740 8
Total 1,731,553 499,364 2,230,917 122
Buchanan 1,222,009 038,359 1,801,728 171
Differences 5i;9,484 138,995 3G9.1S9 52
Whole vote 2,953,022 1,137,723 4,092,645 295
cast his vote at auy election whieh may be Trafton
.t.rnnili itin Av lliatnii.il L-opna rielif I held in the said Territory bv authority of aae
I He has just left bis frieuds and bid bis law, such person so offending shall, on ,.., 2"
countrymen farewell. M. .Morton. couvjction thereof in any criminal court, : WalJron
Mr. Morton has been Dr. Kane's faith- j be puui,bed by fine, noUess than twenty j Washburn Me.
ful servant and steward for the last seven ! d0ars nor morc ,ban one hundred dollars, Washburn 111.
years, and accompauied him twice to the anj imprisonment, not less than two ' Washburn Wis.
Dr. Kane is thirty-four years of age.
j n is disease is of a scrofulous uaturc, oris-
i !n twnm BAnPHIt .Till rtnClGDrA (1 11 T i ,1 (. 1.IB ,
I northern explorations. Friends in this i ,n ana tor tbe pur- ,t tLe rccord , ETery R.
-In tbe Northern States, we have seen uo statement of the votes received by ! c;tv are led to entertain some hope that I pose. of Prt,'Pa"ng lni uisturhing, con- , blieaQ vote ; faVor 0f wipiDg out those
Smith, the Abolition candidate ; while Garrison and other ultra Abolitionists did not pr. K. may survive.from the circumstance troll,ue or votl"S at anJ election uelJ, or , ajmittej oppressive and unconstitutional
months nor more than fit months.
That if any person or persons shall come ! y0'gjrufr
into any election district of said Territory j Wc-olworth
"t it a a
A Buchanan Editor Expelled from
j Louisiana. The Cincinnati G-jzetts adds
another to the roll of ostracised free uiti
: zens of the United States, who have been
: expelled fcr opinion's sake from the South.
Geo. Crane, formerly one of tho most ac
j tive and enthusiastic Administration men
in Cincinnati, about a yar ago went to
Louisiana, where he assumed the editor
ship of a Democratic paper, and became
loads will be required for such a bed as we
h&ve snnrvoMfid. thou gh end verv Liti' L.a.1
rr , c J ' o
It ought to be quite recent horse iung,
and must uot in any case be so old as to
L&ve lost its power of passing into a hot
fermentation. It is the better for being
mixed with a considerable proportion of
straw, though any deficiency of this can
be supplied by using leaves, saw dust,
spent tan and the like. These serve to
abate the fury of the beat at irst and pro
1 ug it through a greater time. Before
bsing placed in the bed it is necessary that
.Broom, Pa. Fillmore
Whitney N.Y. do
j very popular with his party. In a moment the duug bhouid be turned (petnap, twice
, of candor, however, he avowed, in private ; or mole) living it to heat somewhat each
I conversation, iLat it wouia be butter for t:,Iie) xery thoroujhly shaken topieoea
. Kansas that she became a Free State, leav- aud mixeil) s0 lhat tbe mass may be of
: ing out all exterior questions ; and from llkt fiaeutS3( mois:ure aud warmth, other,
j that time onward, admiration on the part W;M lhe beJ will D.vcr take au CTen M(i
of bis Southern friends turned to suspicion : satisfactory heat.
! and hatred. A meeting was called aad ! Uav:w tLus got J0Qr m!lUTMB on tba
j he was warned to leave the couutry. Ha ground aIjd weU Freparci( J01i e readj
' olei"ed tLe requirement, and ia departing t0 proce,.d witb d;ggjDg tBe Lo!e . Lut M
from that State, shook eff tbe dirt fi.,m wLat we ba,e d,S(.riUd will rcouire k,
: the mire of pro-slavery Locofoconiu from !;;t ODB Week) and it h n3t bjt t0burd()a
, the soles of his boot.-, for ever. the memtJ w5lfc t00 uuch at once w
A Defaulting Tiieas i reh. The Leg- 1 will reserve further particulars tUlour next,
jislature of Missis-ippi has declined to! -We have given some 20 or"30 per.
I grant the request cf Mr. Graves, thc Statu , , in rnion eoun(Vj a f-w ; of th,
; Treasurer, who I ecame fourteen years ago, j lEAEt.LESsBAKl.ET,f..rsee,l Mr. Briggs,
a defaulter, to be permitted to return to , , .ho farL;,bed it t0 U5 statC8) tbat Wita
j Mississippi, on condition that he pays the ,lnall saniple5 cf rare raicS; njuch care u
State 4000 a year, until the balance ; BeermlrJ ,0 proteet from lirds EB(1 fjwU
against him, S15,000,should be liquid.ttd. , My conrse is t0 io g(JoJ row,
j He urges that he has suffered fourteen ,. , u inch:i and 4 0 6 ;BchM
! years of exile, in the terrible climate of WtB4en lbe gra:n9vaco clear of weeds,
, Canada est ; that his wife, born in the , aDlJ watcr Dec,3;arT. By thi. proceM
sunny South, nobly deserted her parents, j 10 ,0 20 L,adij MJ be grown fron M
; her home, her all, to follow her husband grain nd t- rroduct though M
, into exile,and has suffered a worse punish- beary ptrha?9( wiI1 bfi a grcat mcTeM of
j ishment thau him ; ,he at hast imMcnt; , Kei JU u,cmaa frjm whom I ob.
j but this has not prevented tbe climate from j ,a:ued ,v SCedj io aU4Wer ,0 mj inquirT
; doing its worst upon her, and she is grad ive( tbe f0;i0;nir accouut cf its oriiri'n.
ually sinking into thc grave ; all she asks ; ie. U Mvi . . Tbo fir.-t in this eountry
is to be permitted to return to the sunny ; ,ame frd! 'ea9 cf ,Le jsn;sh ast lndu
South io die. This is one of l.fe's sad pic- , Oolonies., iu 1S51. I obtained the wed,
tures.which ineuleates a greater truth than in 1852, from a gentleman ia Georgia,
any to be reaped f.-ui fields of fijtion. It is SAli t1 ba7e come from ,h- a!cha.
: of the Ili'iiaiaynn Mountains :
Ciarden The Orchard.
Commnnlcated fcr the Lewistnrg Chronicle.
Construction of Eot-Beds.
We have not forgotten the request cf
i , " - Hu. w.uv. .in. urn uui J , (jj i v BUrvlVV.IIOIU I ll U eilcuiiisiaiicc ,ii , . , . . - , , - , ill,- t
vote at all. In some Southern States, votes for Fremont were refused, not counted, ' that he has four times been in the same ! U. leA , the mthont f laW ! enactments, and giving the Kansas people i oar MPnf i-NTERl-RlSE, some
or not returned ; but most of the Anti-Slavery men there who dared vote, supported critical condition one in Egypt, from au
therein, such person or persons so offend-
Fillmore, his party having condemned the repeal of thc Missouri Compromise.
iucuar.au s minority iu thc Free States is 509,484
do majority iu the Slave States 138,995
do minority in the Union 370,489
(So the Democracy and Slavocraey bave both a minority and tectioital President !)
Buchanan over Fremont, 523,557 Fremont over Fillmore 440,359
The Free States with 2,953,022 Voters, have 176 Electoral Votes
The Slave do 1,137,733 do 120 do
Tt is, it requires 16,782 men in thc Free States to choose an Elector, but 9,481
m the Slave States have tbe same power.
Mr" fcTDt wi'h M36-9- Free State Voters, had 114 Electoral Votes
- f- wunanan with 638,359 Slave State Voters, had 112 Electoral Votes
in ther,"c " SCCD ,llat as mattt re now arranged and managed, those
Govern t&Te Prac,ic1'y near,y tw!ce the power in the control of the
ntnent, that men ia the Free States have. Was such an unjust and aristocratic
F tontemplaud by the framers of oar Constitution ? and if it were, shoald such
tjttm be al!owej to f?T(li My furfhw.
... i in c shall, on conviction thereof in any
Africa, prostra- j , ., , . , , .
not less than S100 and not exceeding
i 8500, and imprisonment for a term not
less than three months and not exceeding
wjainst abrogating those laws ! Let no
one, after this, claim that "the Democracy
is laboriug for freedom in Kansas uo
doubt Kansas will be free 1" We hope it
may be free but the Democracy robbed it
Sec. 5. And he it further enacted, That of freedom one0) auJ no thanks to them if ! convenience for raising early vegetable.
attack of plague ; once in
j ted by the African fever ; once in the Med- j
lterraucan, with lock jaw ; and be was
dangerously wounded in the Mexican war,
while carrying despatches for Gen. Scott
between Vera Cruz and Mexico.
Nr.w Ohi.f.ans. Feb. 23. The steamer i "T Ferson Delne mcmner oi any sucn j ,b Uepublican movement restores
Cahawba arrived to-dav from Havana on i armed and organized body as described in j Look at the above Bill and at tbe Vote !
the 20th inst., bringing the remains of
Pr.ElisJia Kent Kane, the Arctic explorer,
who died in the 16:h inst. at Havana. Tbe
highest official honors were manifested as
ho was conveyed on board the ship. The
greatest public and private respect will here
be paid to his memory, and to-morrow his
corpse will be plaoed on the J. Woodruff
8teimr for L": ;,e and Philadelphia.
a fair chance to vote ! aTtvery Buea- k
. ii- io .. k v ... i, but thought best to postpone our answer
anan vote (including 12 from the .North) ,
i .!.. i.. t t ti.i about tne time ior opcratioci to com-
Lroi'atin-' those laws I Let no '
meuce. That time has now come, and we
will proceed to give directions, plain and
simple, for cons'ructiug a hot bed, so that
any one who chooses may erj iy this grcat
tin- nrenedinir section, or connected thcrs.
with, and a non-resident of the said T.r- Information Wanted.-Wm. Peters,
ritory, shall vote at any election which ! can about thirty-five year, of age, and
may be held in the said Terrritory by ! liktly daDged,lefi his home m Laporte
autuority of law, be shall, on conviction ! on tue lfh of December last, stnee which
, , . , , , . , ,i time nothinar baa been beard of bim. said
thereof, be punished by a fine of not less j,eteMi, abJut 5 fect9 inches high. Any
than 8100 and not exceeding S500,and im- jformjitiou concerning his whereabouts
prisonment for a term of not less than 6 I will be thankfully received by his brother,
nicnthe and not trior than 2 jeir. 1 Hrnry Peters, it Lpnr, Pn'livn Vo F
And, first, about the tize of the ltd.
This must, of course, he regulated some
what by the number cf pe.-ple for whom
it is intended to provide. Maiket garden
ers have them sometimes extending for
many rods in length. But for an ordina
ry family, a good size will be nine feet in
length by four in width. This will require
three lashes near three feet wide by about
four feet three inches long, waking allow
nw for th'r srin? y.i.vt;p.
well as our couimoa Barley ; require a
moderately !ry upland soil; is beautiful
in tlimr, and has no beards or as.'
Plant early in Spring, and give me the
result if yoi pleae be it good or ill. "Ed:
How to Increase tovr Manure.
If you have not hitherto done so, permit
us cow to prevail on y a to tr.'ja this our
advice : Have as many loads of rouglt
materials hauled and spread over yonr
cow-yard as will make twe'va inches ia
depth. In spreading, so fashion the ma
terials as to be basin-s'iapt J, the lowest
poiut being io the cent.r, to prevent the
tcap of the urine. Vbiio the roagh
materials are being placed in and spread
on the yard, dui each layer so spread with
piaster or ju'ver-zed charcoal, and when
completed, dust the surLce with si. her cf
the substances named ; then roll the yard
to consolidate its contents the heavier
the roller the letter. Occasionally through,
out thc jirding season, spread plaster over
the yard, and from time to t'tce aJd mors
rn n; --, i r-, 4 ; , . .