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..n.:- ,i..i. i ..i., i: : . i . 1'irty who would scorufullv ref-ic Man cmocrat
W. J. BURNS, : :
Dcccjsibcr - - - -' I, 1 859.
- And Still they Deny
.'. Amidst all the excitement" noise and
con fusion'," few years Ajjo when it was
difficult to elect Banks Speaker of the
National House of Representatives, and, it
waa intimated that a dissolution of the
Uoionwould be the consequence in the
vent of hi defeat and his undisguised
doclaraiion "let the Union Slide drop
ppe from his treasonous lips th?n it was
that every body hooted at a disso.ution o"
the Union, except a fewwho havesince be
came the leaders of the Republican parly
blind fanatics, leading tho blind; and they
would to day, if they could, take back
-what they said about that time in relation
Iq it. But since the Harper's Ferry insur
rectionary 'conflict" (which we suppose
it to be "irrepressible") has proven hucIi
yjifurtnnte though a fair and fiti icily
jt- illustration of their former teachings,
iri the commencement of a dissolution, their
busy and blinded followers are trying to
take back those lessons taught them yars
a?o; bat these savings and counsel'ins
will . stick to the record you can't rub
out those lines, and we W'll use them for
"out f their owu moalhs, tcUlxso .oivJcmn
t But a few short we?ks ago, Mr. C inen
den of Kentucky, was called upon to mike
speech at the Chicig National Fur, and
in his remarks while speaking of a Union of
the States, most happy that upon one
question, all the Sute4 could com3 togeth
er i:i one common sisterhood, ' where none
dare m!est or mike afraid;' and at the
sama time he counselled tha people there
from all the atates, to discard their
thoughts if they ever entertained them -ol
a severance of those ties which so natural
j aem to bind them together as a Union.
At tho utterance of tl.e'e sentiments, the
ssnsiiivenesa ot the diminutive minds of
the Editors of the Chicago Press and Tri-bune--because
Mr. C. was a Southern
manbroke forth in a terrible tirade of
.abuse, and Fiiggested the piopriety of Mr.
C' remaining at home instead of coming
north to teach ouijcitizens to 1 v J n 1 chei- ers were required by law, to personalty in
ish the Union that wo ha 1 no feai3 for its spect each piece, and very many times, they
safety tc. Very soon after, as the first
step towards a dissolution of the Union,
commenced the previously planned inssur
jection by those of the Pres and Tiibune's
own psrlj acknowledged as such and
-commended aSsiich, during the Ossawa'o
mie troubles in Kansas. Probably some
f nur npc'iliir Ivnowin" K-!ub!lcaUS
would deny this as they are in the habit
- - r s t
of. denying everything else, and produc
ing nor proving nothing. To save such the
trouble of hunting for our proof upon this
Bubjcf, and that the Republican party is
responsible for the acts of Brown and his
confederate, wo have only to refer them
to the New York Tribune of October 1st
1S5C, whl:h places Brown and hi asso
ciated in the front rank of Republicansm,
the following is its own language.
"Old John Brown, of Osaawatorni. and
hine-twynti-jths of his ;o-defender3 of free
dom in Kansa3. were, and are republicans,
and: migrate I thnher under th impulse f
Republican id?ai nn I convi ti ns
for.ttbe Bepublicaus and the seniiuient
which railed that party into beiiiif. iheie ; praiser) U one Hra.ng thn first 8-tileis in
would hare been none or at least not enough, j t- . 1 -i
, 3 ! that Cotiniv. was actiuaiuied wi;b everv
strong arms and trove spirits in Kansas to -
save' her .'from border ruffians and lave- fnn on the prainn, and most likely every
holding dominion in lC57-50 any more one in th county, along the Knkakee,
than in 1355-56." there are tens of thousands of acres ot
Oh. no the search and finding of such j, jln j w,i.1 vai i-s but little in val
extracts, would give you ti e lie in ourjU(. Mr. Orr. being so well acqu ii.ited
continued denials of such statements, and
probably you prefer denying wl.n:ev-r
TMtK-Wa vour corrupt creedt. in a wilful
i - - j
and b!ind?d fanaticism. Go oh an'l deny
ilenr RtilL and we trill still continue to
nail your denials to li e tv11. wleiher you
eeaich the record and confess your errors
and come out from amomjst the fjnd org
anization or not.
It U now boldly promised in several
promenent Republican papers, that if
Rrown" U huncr on the 2d dar of
December 1853. they -rould annually cel
brate the d;y in m u ninjj. Aai-that
rery liberel amounts have been offered to
enect a monument to hi memory; Doany
of 'our goo.i citizens admire these thing?
Wouhf vöu contribute .o th erection of
a monument to p-oren trai'.or to his
country? Would youl
' Why do you try to forget the days and
doings tif Benedict Arnold, who wa des
pised and his life 80 eagerly songhts in thia
country, and derided and shuned in othea
to which he fled for protection and safety?
How much would you contribute to the
erectian of monument whose innocent pak
would point M the portals of high Heaven?
What 13 the difference? The one proved
a traitor to his country alone, while the
other have not only proved a traitor to his
country, but induced other young men
to imtate his example. Could you celebrate
in. mourning the days lhat such men died
or.auffered upon the Bcaffo'd, as "martyrs
to liberty? When you do. lake the Bi
bb in yur right hand, and the Cons'Itution
and LW9 of your country in your left, and
rca:i frota,tf.e former" Obey yotr rulers,
and the letter will tell you how to do it.
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rllr; Whittlesey has ret 'red from
the Evänaville Enquirer, leaving Mr.JHull
C P. Ss C Kailroad.
The trains on this road now run reu-
Iarlr in connection with the Mail trains on
ihe P. Ft.W. fc Chicago foil road reach
ing tliis place about 3D minutes before the
morning mail train passes eastward, and
remains here until the mai! train arrives
from the east. The running affairs of this
little road have been managed with such an
eye to strict economy as to have rendered
it a paying institution, during the prist sea
son and with such men as John P. Hull as
Road superintendent, and young Kendall
Us conductor of the passenger train, we
doubt not it will c-antiuue to prosper.
The Citt Hotel, kept by Capt. Ely at
Importe, Ind., is j:ist the place to stop for
persons visiting that t i y on buni?ss, or
to8pend a few days or a week for plea.ure
or past time. It i about one s ,uare east
of his old frame stand, iuahih and drv
portion of the city, and we believe it it was
located, fronting on an ally, ami 1st the
noise and bnslle of business, and the mud
and dust occasioned by it, so long as its
gtod humored .and experienced proprietor
continued to manage i.s aUnirs, his old cus
tomers and many new ones would tind him
For the Democrat.
Mr. Editor: We propose to make a few
remarks ii reference, to another item of
imwarantc 1 x-ravaging," as Mr. Phil
tips is pleased to call it. He says tnat,
"The real estate of Laporte county was
appraised for 875 , of St Joseph county
for 855J, of Marshall Cuuntyfor S904.
We Mi not posted, in reference to the
amount, that it cost to appraise the Conn
ties referred to, but will tike it for grant
edat piesent, that the above figures are
correct. Now let us institute a compari
son, between Marshall aud Laporte Coun
ties. In Marshall there is four hundred
and forty-ne sections; in each of these
seclion3 there was, 0.1 an average, of be
tween 7 and 8 different descriptions; for
each different owner, a blank had to be
filled, containing a description of the land,
tec.. Town and Hinge, the number of
acres, value, date owner and appraiser's
names, and a copv or notice of the same,
left wiih each resident land owner. Ours
is timbered County, and the gteater por
tion, iivided into small parts the Apprais-
had to obtain ihe assistance of others, in
order toexpe li 0 their bui less. Each de
scription of lands was platted, and was ap
praised on actual view. The Deputy Ap
praisers, Mr. Rank. Mr. Knobblock and
Mr. Hediickare old settlers among us, a-d
it is certainly not a very charitable view to
entertain of these men, that they had made
joa:.'?. that 1 hey had been necessarily m-
ployed more uays. man ir.ey icanv weie.
The ci iz iii of IVrshall county will be
low to believe that there men. niade ath
to any more days than tln-y weie ac!,wllJ
1 . 1 . .1 .. . 1 1
omi.l.xTü.l Tin. A nrriHr vnlued tile
till jfiv 1 V .
lands, as the law directs, at its actual cash
value, the same as if they were appraising,
fjr the payment ot a just debt. If the
lands in St. Joseph county, were apprais
ed at lower figures, the Board f equaliza
tion, should have i icreaed the valuation
there, or rendered it here.
Th i'outity of Lipore is very dilferent
fioni Ma-shail, A very lary;e j ortiotrof it
. is prair' and M irsh. Mr. Orr, the Ap-
wi.h the lauds, lhat he wa not undei the
necessity f ! U'lting the corners and tra-
jciuvj the Ines shiouh. lie only hail lo
call on the farmers, an 1 tell them how
nitieh he valued their lan In and improve
ments, and set the name down in a book,
furnished him by the Audi'or. and left no
notice of them. The marsh land was more
easily appraised than the prairie land, if
possible, he could seo thousands of acres
at one sihl, and. a i; was owned mostly
by non-residents, he appraised section
after section, without being under ihe ne
cessity ofgoir.gon to an acre of it. By
adopting this course, Mr. Orr saved a
great deal of time and expense to the Coun
ty. Mr. Klinyer learned from the Board
of Equalization, when in session here, that
not a tingle county (exeept Marshall) had
strictly complied with the laws.
We have no fault to fi'id with the ap
praisers of other counties, if they could
dispense with a portion of the require
ments of th law. But it seems tc us. that
our appraisers should not ha censured for
trictlv complying with the law. Had
thoy persued the tame course that other
appraiser did their bill would have been
materially lessened. Yet, owing to the
courses above enumerated, it would, most
likeW, have been a Urge as that of Im
porte. We have set this matter a3 we con
ceive, in its true light, and we leave the
public to judge whether, under all the cir
cumstances, Mr. Phillips has not done our
Plymouth, Nov. 29, 1C53.
Brown, in fesponso
would be-notorious women
nursintj him. Hays he tl
even rirets to have hi
rison as he fears it may uemm him
my And Treason.
Although the leaders of the blaek-repub-
lican party ate very anxious to conceal their
connection with Ossiwtomia Brown, and
their complicity in his crimes, yet, so far
as it is possible for them to do so, without
corning wiihm the meshe. of the law, they
take every occasion to express their deep
sympathy with the convicted mur
their entire approval tf his course
their uuqiialitied admiration of his '
am, na ucii'luh hi iiceuoui lllllll.tll
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ity, his 'conscientious sense of duty, and
,p, . tv I
sterling 'Christian ( vitrues. 1 lie ad -
. fj- ; ' I- . ,
iniraiiou uiuera in uerreo according to llie
; I , . r ,i .'i r
lutensliT an I extent of the anti-alaveiyfau-
; ,1 r v v i
atici-sru in different places. In ew York,
ex. I i ti ,
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11C tO Compare a CotlVlC.ed as&lslll and'.. , . r . . . . , . ' afeor.lin.r to nrevi ,w rrement iI.ap w
i .i : r . .i : e i i .i lican partv is auiciated by the sentiments . af ',,",ing t o prev l us agreement, iney e-horse-thief
to the saviour of mankind, the , ! . . , . J l ,.lirM,i i!,fc;,.L...fllv fVe .f T'.l i
K!.,b m;,...,. ,ki..t ,1. I "'vh.ch this Kmerson give uttereiice c ured tlir pisige on t'e Ct i of L.il.i-
Brown" is like Don Q.iixote, "who in sid e
to overturn ihe government of the country
lion of his fellow' man. is a murderer'; that
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n v in, in i in Ii lim iu me üuiii ill issioo
of treason and murder, steals the propre'y
of his neighbor, is a thief; aud thai, how
over 'holy' the offer der m?iy assume to coa-
therefore, of New Yoik do not dare to as
sert that Brown is about to make "the gal
lows as glorious as the Cress. they con tine
themselves to ad mi i a lou of his "Cnristian
I .1 i i . i i i
philanthropy, hs fortitude, and mis.aken
conuneuiTe in iii9'nune.
lu Boston, where everything . m
sacred m morals or religion. everythi,.
lu Boston, where everything
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mat is eueraoic i'i ijoi eriniieni iimi in i.tw,
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every iiiiiig mai is uear io mo patriot, im
habitually profaned, vilified, and leviled.
:he black republicans have been holding a
regulai carnival of treason, blasphemy, and
hidious immoraliu .
Umler the pretence of collecting alms o
support the wretched wife and daughters
of J d'ti Brown, a meettpg hs been recen
ily held ia Tremont Temple, Boston.
Tfic newspaper reports of that didusiin
rhafalar-e number of well known 7
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zen, a;s well as la.Iie. orcupieil the plau
f u-iii. Tlie otij 'i;t of tlie m-eiin was rhari-
tv; nut lis lea ohiTt was to eiioouaio ser
-.' . J . . . a.
vne insurrection; the lo show broadcast
ihe seeds of fan uteism and disronl; lo
slreno-then the hohl whle h sPcJlona ism h.is
, , , ... ,
alrcalj rsrabiislied anion ih t i .zers of a
portion .f the co mty and lo precipi.ate
1 lie irrepressiüi foniiiei. on ine ouiureaK
of which Seward tests his hopes of noli
tical tiiumph. Ministers of the Cimsiti ui
religion, whose most sacred dtry tt in to
preach 'peace n earth and good will
among mn, appe ired on that pl itform antl :
reraded themse'ves but uttering the mos j
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er and thief, and the blasphemous stsser.i n
that he was 'the sword in the hand of a
higher power, the linger of God wii.ing
upon Ihe wall of ß-lsl azz tr'a palace the
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doom of I vmhis. W henevcr the .speakers
I p.-xri.cu.a. .y eny nai.e- aim vioieni ,
, i,:-ir denufi'-U l n of the Uis.i 11. mn and
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enterprise, alwavs Deserves our (ihe black- , . ... , , , , (.h..llv I,. (.n cMcotn.. .n iiiil,!.m;s!.,t -3m'-
y . - v shv that ih.e n i'i-al otiinionsof iA l idi-d noiiv eent, pim.aiinM an uniilenmned
di.oblav of hianv f the noblest lu.iSmes of . . . c . ,n i. !... ci. n
. - n'oers .ii aim ins reveren t assot.ia'es in h 'mk
(Xw V L i , , ,i Tremont Temple, are substantially i e,i- ber f Henry Ward B.-cher's ehu-vh. and O
of New Jork, to whatever party they mny P .. ' . ' . Wft9.n8i.iere I one of its brWhrst Uglns.:0
oeinr. oeiieve inm a man wr.o consi.iies
aider treason, murder and iheft. yet. in the . "77 ' r T V " i" ' year at the Iron Citv Con.mncial CoIhTe tu.n pan to tne preserya ,on ot the natural tci tli.
estimation of the mas of mankind, he is a hlm f from lrtU' " V.1 ; !? secured employment, feeeivi, the first yc'r pifi r? I T V?' ?QCt"'-
fIan.r.r.M ..rimi ril for who-, n J .i hme.,L T'U'1 " ,,U' '""qilHnrP9 wlll.dl Will ti- lrin one to five Imu-lrod per cent, upon Reinvest. J, 'Uh'Tl''f 1 1 "' omuho.it
dangerous rln l ul tor w.ios-, pa .l,l .ne.,t ; t !., a poetical laUic educ;l. Cl.loror..rm. C,n be cn, ted at h,s ofitcc at any
thj laws of God and man have awarded a , , . e ..' , ,. ,iJ 1 i.,P f,.,i ;..,,; rimi1P ;.,;, time except on Mond iv and Tuesdavss.
.hm.fl.,l iwtniuiou, d..h up..,, ,l,e MJ I. " MH'"n ! TtiZ, "ZTrSÄ ' "Tr r"S";""f fk.P't.I..,MIHi.
ir.-l.l Tl.. preoslMe ninfllct bslww,, ill- North I meu ..: ,.. r.,..... i,.M..J I.., ' . "J " rc.-t. ."41vl
thc"lawoTC.,:ft,simI; r,,e,'Ver '.'"irarlv tivetimeMhec.pwi'v of the B.f
more than usually aü:.11' ,,f aPP,,,,lHdr loon "Jupi-er," and i desi.ed to carry
ruler? of the country, und of the t..''e,s f,,ur pasenerr, besides proti-iou and hil
justice: whenever ihey were extraordin til ipSr In vs c .i'.Tue'i in M-. D anzior de
lv earnesi in their recommendation hat thoj nt lir n m-itori:! f,p which h
'X linj)ie 01 uniwii feiiourj uv; iu'iiui u-i, j
fli.it i1a lit.Vi ..I li'ilMnu'J -ifi
1 . en.. 1 1 1 u . .11
and pikes lyncet .rih applied I ; y stren-rth, a. I onin-mv. ouahlin j
.lavehoidersef h- b-ith theappUuse was; t,;M ..oM!tul f), ui;h a ntklllw,
upro-tn uis. and the f..,i.a! p .r.i 01 of the ; gJV w,,a! m iv (.rirv , s,M.a;
HUiencp wasremikable foruse.ir lokeiw jJ4? )Ht ,xp:lllijV(, q,,ii v. u i
of approval. ...... Itfreajest merits, siee tho Btll.n. b foro
Alreraieverend do,tor t divini in m,v ;(tl 4.H to .s fu,Ut ,.;lnrl,.
v..ked ihe Weeing f the Alm.h.y .... the ,,.,..1 of the rnritv i.f Ire -mo.
p,oceedin4Softheme.,u.,g.ando,,Mor t,vo: . i((tie op !ur.
otnr anoimeu traitors im p JO
üecencv Ii v comnarinir 11. e lYinsa- iiinst-i
thief and the Haroer's Feirv iiai:r aud
assa.iu to the p i!rt heroes of the R-vo!u
lijn. Ralph Wald. Emerson, ihe 'represen
tative man of bl ick republicanism, wno,
on .1 former occasion, stated lhat "ihe
.-aiut, Xlm Brown, would make ihe
ijallows as vjiiuioui as (he cross, stood
forth and delivered a leu ;thy har;mue,
which, for disustin profani-y, rabi I fin
aticisin. and revul ini; treason. M v .ire
happy to say, e uurhal ed in ihe hi lory
of our cniintry. He dared to assTiinii was
not only unrehuked but was heartily ap
plauded, that 'a common feeling j uns the
people of Massachusetts wiih J 'hu Ii row 11;'
that the people of a sovereign S ate of the
American Union, professing Christianitv,
emineniy for their iutellignce and learning, j
SUOieci 10 ine icueriti 11. uvi oounu uy ,
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the compacts of the Consiiuition, were
joined bv a common feeling with a mur-
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of wicked nes. Will the descendants of
,l,e Piljj, F?,hers II.,- tMs insult !
pass tinrebuked, or will tliey inCinantly ;
denounce the planderer who has thus out-
raij-d them by reviling the memory of their
As a sample of the doctrine which Em
erson preached for the instruction of hi
Iiearers, we quote thn foil winf m refUr-
ence to the action which he advised should
' taken in case witnesses were summoned
from Massachusetts to .give testimony on i
.tfrM of Rrown' i.iMMmanUt.iN! I
Is anv man in Massachus.'ts ao simple
as to believe that when a TJuiied S atea
n.inrt in Vip. ill;l miW. Ill ILA lifMSftnt ri rn
' j . v. I
p. r vr... ?.
ni terror, senos I t) i i ui. ur nw 1 oik.
uiirrni.Bc.i vi l.
or Masaciiusftis ior a witness, it wants
him fir a wi ness? No: it wants him for
a party; it wants him for meat to slaughter
and eat. And votii haheas corpus U inn
anv wav in which it has been, or I fear, is
likely to be used, a nuisance and not a .
protection; for it takes A.vay his riht aeli-1
an oe on himself, an'l th natural assistance
hope, then, that iu AdjniaisteriD wlief to
ilrer, a iniei, anu an luceuui irv, wno nas ! a tew day a3. nnuounein mo niiei mat "u. " (. f
t even the f-ce to repent him of a tq.,,l nf Br-wn's ,mis;i.. w,re iÄÄÄÄÄ; & SlIllOll Wllf,
crimes now that ihv hand of ihe hanmaiicealed in the neighborhood of the moim- All thoe wishing tö subscribe, cm da so by calling ... ; rr. . ij7"7 p 7r
iabout to nut a Driod to hi lonir career uin. in Merrvwether. country, and lhat on the Committee. Ot the lUVm of W ife iV JYt'Cttnei.
tri a nnlcl! Jon of of his friends and fellow-eüizens. nr offer- Par coiini v. 111. named Avenll. (i iarreiied
1 .... m .... a lit 0T r Cim tltA miwmntd
OF III? IM'UUr 'M,i:i; OOO l- v.-. j.,. , n a U K,wl.: iLonuoli-M
I. - ..C I.Ir n f.xrm whn.h 14 ou..r ot noni. auk l.ij ;.. . f,. Ava filnen anil RliA If tt ueur"1 suikihiz iui .u..Uu..i
in .i i ...v .... ..... j r. - ...... e - - - - - - - t COnlC lurwiruiiiuuLv uii'j
.nrt hom ha r llsit I am cleimuinir the meetiniroti m.i- for her r-i'lier's l h next fiav me iiusoanfi . . , .i
i wife tim to his ters wlsicli others unuersiana Detter. 1 killed himsHr or CU'img ins inroat. ine -
John Brot n's family, we shall remember all
those whom his late concerns, all who are
in sympathy witn hi mi. and not forget to
aid him in the det way. y securing free
dom and independence in Massachusetts.
If the laws of the land requires the attso;
,1.1...... ,-f n i.Imtuii nf XfCJ-li'lilivSOf :c in tlw
federal bouri of Virginia, that law must he
disobeyed, and. if necessary, resisted br
. ' , ' 'him by force. He must consider the Gov-
,r.tIeeP l..rmciit and the ju fees ermonieJ p.irlv;"
rdH,er? ! he mint 1-ok on the !..c:il ji l,es w!,.! ref'is
V,a,Mltonuliifvihe8afatesorthe United S a'cs
'h"r as -of no more ue than i 1U; he mnM
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like John Brown, believe in puMing tl'in.rs
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through. ' in u-Mng his eves to see the
- ' . t , e t i e ..
facts," behind the forms of law, of ohedi-
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-ence to goverment. or respec' for moral and
i ,. " o r
'religions precept. r says bmerson.
W e ilo not nro'on.l tliat the eritn wnnh.
now tint there are -irnir men in
to the simp result, servile incurred and
blood v eivil war. overthrow .f the Consii-
m"n. nnl the Union.
U n. iheivfore. he imperative (
tmperativfl dutv of
every honestv man who has hitherto acted
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with the bl lok-r-publiean party, or eontem- j
pi i'ps snppnrting that organization either
the South. WIiph in the midst of a popu
Ions ci y of the Ui n somiments such as
those uttered by Emerson can b expressed
with approval and svmpaihv it is lime
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ior ihm men wiri re opposed 1 1 i reason
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anu oioodsneu. a id me
every crime which most subversive of so-
- hkppins. to raise their
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1 h-i ineir vun-,
to defend their
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homes and tllPir fannies
an! dea'h. and to protect i heir country from
the polluii n whidi would attach fo it.
were the fti-nds and dmirers of the odims !
criminals elevated to power and allowed to
admii is'er such Inw as Seward and Emer
son and Gi Idiugs would approve.
He is One op 'm M-. Henry Ward
eeclier Iris Oecn ler:uilng among US oil
His audi frv was. of course, a
" .'X ' r.lc of A , ,n,s,s lo (ir-ve
mm - n;i- iilliv IO IllfiUIU'l Wirjl WIIU lie
,Wo;Stl(, j.-. n;.,, lh ,-nrn,, w. r(.,.iv .
Ä '. ' i .1 -
C; W"'1 app'OU t'Heers. I tins
i r m: 9 ir
man Iie'-hera U'puhllean? If so. wis not
rjrmVMoe? W.-re these, hisheare.s. wl.o
...l,! .i,,, l , , ,k : .. ..r
1 . . .. ...
ijrown f n.une opn'iiiiv, iviiuo io.in:
,f fl(t tht, fol);wM.s 'ftf Bl,,wn?
Wil, lW .( w tnVn jMfo . s afJ.
,.OIlnft.;lM(, S(1, roni, l.f.-re 11?-
Is Heurv Wan I Beeher. ih liu-loor of
.1 f.. e 1 1: 1
the ex-niplll"r of his p-i!i
ppei-iiis h lienor, a isiieK up
in oilcan -
t t A
1 1 "
Whv. hon. nhj'M't t Bro'vn. r Gi hli-i,;.
or Phillips, or I e 'old hoy liinltelf
-Vf 10 York Xeirs.
A Tvlammoth Billoon to b
Cou3 true ted in Inf tvetto.
W r .T.iCi;i1i ri-ir.r? rr :lr T .-i ft i'f 'a -
1 . . 'ia ,;. " . ,.
1 nail!, who V:t iiisupp. lJ.t'd in oh ainin a
. f ljft Liu, l.,s h.,,,,
. ... -,
, l(6 roM .trlu. i(M, f a m imm .:h air vesl
. . ,Ui , ,,T iA c .nm p:,t. 1. t,.:n 1
1 n -
i claims a patent. Ii i ai ' oilk .,n"'.
au j rs vinue consists 10 rsexwisi.
1 : . u... , t;.i ;.. ; - v.,,....: um
D.nzir inrm; us that he i
ha mnde several sau-fn'orv experiments
with th silk rubher. Hp expo's to mm
J . . n.iii uiwii lirii-il.i. f i l.irtj Hut .i . lue ladv nao nn to ine timeoi mis meian-i n .
ti n T 1 11 I If llH 13 ill A . . , .- . . mm . I W VV A. A A m . r j II. I UUU'I I V 71 4 1 J . . . . ' . . -
pV:e his b id.Mti in rime for an experiment-.TTTT A 73 TQJ TTOTTTI
al aseensi 11 from th public, squarson thei-1- VVXLLL-? XIUUM :
first of next May. Upon th insult of this j
experiment hin future operati ns in iKro- j
nau les will, in a mei'itp depend.
Kansas Work." at the Sou. We
wer infwined some day- ",ij by h gentle
man whose statements are enii led locied
it. hat S'ven'een jin hotiet wi h their
contents, have been destroyed in the last
fwo weeks, in the cuntv of Talbot 1 alone.
j The number repels all ilea of ecident, and
eperia!lv when we reccollect lhat incen-
diarism was one of the plans of "Old
Browa.' and that particular region was
,1 1 I. : . 4 r...
t :perincriltv iiesili"a eu tin 1111 iiftu lue
thr sta'emelit jjives confirmation to this J
condui n. A letter reached MiüejreviUe '
an express had bfn set to Talbot ton for
f..r,e , .,Ur .h .! -p.ure the
niscrean's. it" po.mbP. '
There is hut little doubt that detach- I
merits of Brown's Kn-f have traveled !
through and set on f t plans in nearly all
I; he Southern Sta es; hut with due wn'ch
fulness on the part of uir people, we do
not think there U the slightest cause fori
alarm. A fw b-vlchaiacer maybe so -
duo d into such plos. but we Iimo r.o i lea
that sufS ient co operation could be obtain-1
,1 ..,h;,r lil-A 1 !,.
t A 1 IIIftillfttVT '! . '4 v w...-v.
movement. Savr.nah JtepuMican. j
Dkatii from frigiiT Mrs. Wofdhoua.
a" .'. ...
r.. r:. c f it..u,ir,.r ,l.m
iumi rn mm v ru i. ui.iu n'
, , ... , i . .
sne nas ma iy riomi anu acijuaui iiiiri-s.
died in Brownsville a short iine ince. the
cause of her deaih is aitrihu'eed to the
friht she snflTered ilurin thf recent disrur
bances at lhat plac by the Mexican ban-
ditti under Cortinas. i
Sciciue. A voting firmer living in Du
iciJe had been mnrned less than a year.
I m T I. IT F . I . .....I f I t t- w 1 1 rrn-it i cirwi0 rT I 4 1 . - I --- - --- - 11 - -- -
1 . A. . . 1 .1 1 1 I III 1 FAT It I I I 1 IV' ' -
Elopement in High Life.
The New York Herald says:
An establishment on Biuoktvn IIei"hl3,
was on kdnday morning the scene of deep
sorrow and overshadow in doom, it bein"
lormerly announced to the numerous quests
J',somfbU break fa.t that they were
!,en(:t'r;rl to b. deprived of the ehomh-
IMt-f i""ii"neH and b? u,'n care .f the e-tnn-
" " 7 rt'''Y, - ci-e..i , . eu.n-
t 1 fw 1,1,1 f,r 7 PsiJfd at the
b,Mril- Mil "ho1 lmi,,i.sle' ' ,h ir
Tmrel n.leio,, and nÜ
,,f"' "-olier . Ihe laly had left the
houe of hur confiding lord at an eailv
hour Saturday morning, ostensibly for the1 t 5. attention paid
purpose of going a shopping, but in reality Chronic diseas of Wc
. . ' 2 . . . Ten. Oai-eoverC.P
witn a eiiec. lrig auni'Mi witn a gay
lotiiaro. wrli whom nhe wa3 deterrniiied
to link her fiitura f oitune.
After tlio twain had met in New York,
more, and ailed fir Eiiropo, hiving pre
. vi uslv ma f all neepssary anangements.
J,'ve llu-e. children, the "oldest, of
whom is about twelve years, tier com
panion had rWn a border at the establish
ment up to Sunday. IIa is reported to b
i.i . . i i t
vei7 ra!,,,J nian, out possesseu oi no
F W JENKINS, rittshurüu I'a.r
Dr. Rjbic'xi Soaadiuaviaa Remsdies.
Arc von sick, no matter what orjjan is afteeted,
depend opon it the blood, which is the food and pus- '
teiiance of everv orir nt-H full of rorruntioii. AIv
. Se.imPnavian RIo.hI Tills niul liloo.I Purifier. )ri:.k
up the source of disease in the flui Is of the hodv
- They purge and purify the elements of the blood
, fence their quick and complete cures in dypen
Hence their quick and complete cures in dvipen-
si i, crofu! i. erupli ma, fits, tumors, nervousness,
tidney complaints, piles, low fevers, debility,
hem itisum. headache, want of sexual vipor, etc.
Those remedies arc astonis'.iing the whole medical
world. Sec advertisement.
Notice is hen lv iven that 1, as Administrator 1
of the estate of Wiliiain Ifihn. late of Mushall
Count v deceased, will on the2l:hdav of Decrm
ti.l. expose to puMte sale all the ncrna
Tiwril iiil I nin:is m aim iivunrin un ii:-.rn-i
i premiers in B .urbon Township, near UivcU-yV
1 Me-m-w mill.
TFR M?- t! stinn under three doll ars ensh in
.'. l5'u-'- niMim nn ior lrccinuirs iwi '
; hind All sums over tine? doll us, ntes with ap-
! proved secmitv .lue one ve.r after date, bringing
inteicstand waivins vah-aiion.
I PETl.R SCiILARR, A dm.
A'! partnership existing hL'tween J. S & T. f.
A'loman is this day diW!vcd hv tnatiial eonsem.
' '0 persons owini s no :inn are earn-n
. , , , , J
, ed to call and reckon ner'oi nts.
I II- " ..1.. ....!A.
Nov. 17-1 Gt3.
J.S. .V P.S.AIJXMAN
Li oflettirs rr m:'ii;inp in the pct oflice at
I'.iirni'nnO, Ind..'"4t-t. .'lOth lw.r9.
Ad ir.isK'lis T.sq
Jeiik-i J 'rli
; ph. v n
R.-ed J. le.i
. NoMjPiuI U
Mm il'e N K
Barn- N mcv
P Rimpler p r.i
DOOKS an 1 STATfONKRY,
W AI,L m l WIN noVr TAPLR,
All kitils iif Afniil liiifi-irnri.tj ! i, ATini.
: faetm-es i'.! ink Dookü. kr . .,e.
1 w -- 'vi. ton 1 a r.u. i.mj
T T EEP? -mnintlv on hand Cloelc!, W .tehos,
Hl EAST PINS, EAR RINGS, FINGER
RINGS, LOCKETS, See., &c.
rrCJoeks.W .itches, sc.. renuired in tne lcst
nnnrr nossihle. sept 29 7-tf.
W. C GlIlVni'(l
Capt O. Riily
(Or O O D
Kn. 3, It 'xltintfjt Block.
uov 17 14tf
1r T'"T r T T l'TYTTI T I
iUPrS rVFjUUl lAliilT tv JJitMllt l
Respectfully mmounce to the c:tizens of Plymouth
We also hold ourselves in readings to furnish
Me --ÄÄ Ihe
0"A11 orders f.- Mus'c tobe addressed to
J. H. KELLY, Tyner City, Ind.
CaFT. O. IiAlLET,
nov 17, 14tf.
"TTVlC Olil FoInS fit MlOtilC.
W. C. EWARD3 Jus returned to the Edwnrds
House, which became so popular with the public.
will in future aid in stiperictcndins it. lULiirs. The 1
Houc Ins been entirely rented and newly furn-
ilied. t is coram dious anJ comfortable in all ;
un.Ier Ins imiiairemem.a lew years apo, wnrre hc
its riemrtmrnts- No pains or expense will be i
---r - ,. n in. 1
enared to render it a first class Iltel. Trarelns, !
nnd all others, will find every desirable accommo- of hpv thin in uur line.
dation. I OTartiuIar attention paid to Country Dealers.'
- In connection with this house is a larsre and con- 0The highes, prices paid far all kind of pro
venient stable, whers prompt attention will be duce. .. ang lltf
Tiicnotest and account due McDmald &Bro.fo
subscription, advertising, ai I Job work are in the
h-indaof l . .AlcUonaiu.o' cri icrcesi-.iotninj:ttorc
due us, and wt
indebted to us will
McDonald & ero. j
WHEN WILL WONDERS CEASE!
O- F- HAliTMAN & GO.
Ilavegtarted a new Harness and
-addle Shop two doors north of
J Urownlee's Ftore, on the E:it
;!cof MichisinMirtt, at JCoC i
where they inteml keeping on '
little t ;11 .-.11 .. o nho.A :
the chcanrft. C.i'l and rxam-
in.e their stock and work. All
ropiirinc Ioiji in frtor:iinl n short notice. 1 4 1
J, J. VI.AIJi,
ryOMEOPATUIC PHYSICIAN. Particular
to UOstetric fractice. and
omen, and tliscas-s f Child-
r,m.m. laporte streets, where he can be consulted
, at all hour?. l-3tf.
BENDER HOUSE i
J. D. CLAi?K, - - - - Proprietor,
Has rcfittfd the same, and is now prepared to cive
p-ioaciiontoaini ose who mav give inm a call.
isiting ivnox c .11 anu see lor yourselves.
LAND FOR SALE.
fff ACRK?of Land for sale, of all
DlU1 piiccf Wil.l nnd Improved, to
the purchaser. Enfiuitc of
ffg DR. A. 0. BORTON,
TT7"ho!e or partial iscts of Teeth inserted on
A GOOD Assortment
O L 0 O SS. JS,
Cutlery, Toys, ami Notions, ar
No. 3, Pershin- Hloclt.
IIUMBOLDTFIRE ISÜRfß CO.
No. 10, WALL Sr., NEW YORK.
r CAbll CAriTAL,...
LORILLARD Piro IllS. Co !
No. ai, wallst, xi:vv voutc.
CASH CA PITA I 201,000
MANHATTAN FIRE INS. (MP.
No. G, WALL ?t.. N FAV VOR Kv
CAPITAL, $03,000 SURPLUS, SlöODO
Tlie alxive companies nre well esf:d!i -hi d" :au
f ivfuiiMv kn o'.vn as FIRST CLASS fusiiranee
Comp mil's, and will prompt! adjii aU fosses
ITTor f ut:r nice 011 !tiildin-s, Kwalr.ue, ca
Merchandize, applv to
J. t:.OSiORNr7, A- nt,
nov.1-12vl. Mvisfc.ati, I ml
By State Authority.
INCREASE OE CASH CAPITAL.
Pit ü f9&tiranr& t.vr?t?irc?if.
(C IIA A TER PERPETUA T,0
CASH CAPITAL. $-fGOrOGO QO-
S. I,. F0HS, IVe:.!rnt.
II. KKI.LOGU", H!Ltta?.
A prent in the pnnTip.tf 1 Ä to?.iii.i theUaion
0"IiOse.- prompt Fi pniil. Apnlfcitiotui r ictiv
cd, and Policies isviv-üst! ree.I !
Plrmou'h, Au. IT, If 53 Luk".
i ne mi ariirovru pians. special atton-
i. . r.
TIIEnn.Iei5!i.d. lwvc uov on Iintir nnd j.'Ojd cutirrf rw :i1 fl!i nc;tt.-tl trt-.tr-for
s i!e, ir he- fi-nnt mo of the Po-t Oliee. i'mciif, as-idotcl hx the Author faUr exp!a;ncdfc
' a wait scletted .TlOCK OF AKL A'iTLfLl.S :
, helon-fr? totJa-iTluieof tmJe. ivh:r pjrth'fcd
their stK-k LOW, thev feel confident ia y Tjtirr I
tliat th f r ea svU ua puch t-7rvs as wüi cniwnt 1
! n II n t f f n A. T n n M ft, r r
ruauro r h 1 n u M ü t ,
T,1PV inTi t?
thec't'ns of rm"r nct'n ffr ru an er '
of tl-ir -tek and price.. tU:s.t tiiv ia:i 7
ai."fv lhrm.-t-!rrato tlei? fryz..
TliV have in coimeefien with tFifr srore. SÜ
TEU inJ workmen, wfio :irr n'ly to fill pvaxplli,
nil orders .or Iff JAIL laraofiK-tnr'- .V ir forth-a-known
that tl.'jr will p -t 1 CASH, tfie lugheet
market prices lorall Limb of
GREEN A UnY
IIIDK. r. &c
As they purpose making their store a pcrmtPfM !
instil ntion of Plymouth, the public m:iy be aarnl
that tliey will always find ihcir stock complete.
Constantly on hand. Remember the place and
pive us a call in the front room of the Post Of
fice. Wm. C. EDWA R DS,
J. F. VANVALKEXBURtSIf.
PlrmoLth.Nov. 17, 1859. H-tf
M.11I0ÜTII CHOCERY AD
NUSSBAUM & CO.
WHOLESALE tt- RETAIL
TJBACCÖ. CIGARS. WHITE FISH, ki
w i 1 or o .
v e bes leave to fohcit a tall from all m want
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
" hand at
W. M. MAIL1L
Would respcctfullv announce, and invite the at-
on of the citizens of
ir im i ,. . . n ,
J IflrS 111 flllf I If' ml Ifllll I ffl nr I DM lit IPC.
T the fact that he h is purchnscl of Mr. JAMES
MITCHELL his stock in the
And from his experirnce in thcbunlncs, feels con
fident he cuugive
ALL KINDS OF
Done on hört notice. Having emplored GOOD
WORKMEN, lie rill warrant all work that is
dohc in th? shop.
ALL KINDS OP
Produce and old Iron
Taken in exchange for Castings at his Grocery
Plvmouth.Jan. 53 Ctr
T,ie subscriher wfnhl rcspectfuNv in
.fi f,,r,n lte citixeii? of PUnionth, Mar-
fZ t -.5 s;ilJ, :ntJ atijuiuiii" ctjnntie, that 1m;
VJrti has oreiel a UOw stewt r.f all th
.V - V ' . -
didcti iit kinds of
FAV CY GOODS
Oeijer.illr kepti- rl dass Jewelrj Store. Th
Roods are of the l.tit Stiles, host qualitj and will
le sold at New Yort fir-s.
Bcitr a practic-al Jewelrr, he solicits u share cf
Room No. 2 IV'rsJiing I Jock.
FEED TBE HUNGRY
pifE uxrEiisiRNTEj) has ri:ci:ntly
I broHlH. (ii a entire New Slmkof
To uhick hp iTivikw tl :itVaJtwtt tf parcii.tsers.
Having Lh trtoiu the (Vi.Vff IV-i riu ilüs place
h irtiiulxT vl ve:irs, li tlittss. Lc.-Aw-eil th.it, by
hiitct asid deali'iJie fciil couiin&e V. n ceii t
th. p.itiMij,-ti;tr ol ibe w.m Ltij he re tv for to
liberally p.ittou k-u Wru.
The besi aistitAii tot T.i in tvnu. 4"ooi
Y. H. TBA 50 Cto per lb!
?L il:sts vLwp Toliero, :nI Rice c!.-Apcr
lluu at uiy oti-j- c li'ju.-.e in Fl vii-oxth-
CoSbOy ciiG Shilling per lb!
I) iffits per pon;
a ntnxv tVi Kvsc is tr-rn
.ive tße n cill at ih out iLS'I of r.ittersnn k.
1e.vefr:3i.!. f.i Pm te St i.-re l er .; i . 1
! che;ijer th iy t!i- dx;iptt for vnA or cotutiy pro
uur?- cnnstMl vill ro dtiuc, as ilo.vt- tu-
ivnt t pay ccr iceilsto-drritfe. Call a! w fuo
i?vti 7. j. r.vrrERfox.
THE SECHiriNFIKHTriES OF
YOUTH AfiO MATURITY.
FEW W(r-'iiS ON THE IIATiONAK
Treat EieN wilhoo M wirre. i-f J?p t rn.it.rr!ieafc
or 7i km y We.ikji:'-, rvfnvii;! Ktiis:4yas. Cui.'i .
t l antl NervovslX-Lrfli. Pre wnlurr Dtreity nf tl:e
S v?reia. InKHeycj,ai!iLiu.;evli:iuL.t louuarairtjro
;cnrcallv. TJ IT. Dfl LWCT, M I
TJ;T3iportiiiit factihiithj miny ;ihirmrncom
pl.init,Oir!iu;itii!2 'J t U i4P--v.ih rire and sol tudo
of j)ns!;v rry Fx? ensTIr rem v.-J withoct .Mkii
cj.ii:i this sn ill tract elenrlv dvtnou-tMtcdi
k tmr.ix cf which otcpv oae f J to cure
Ifcrr?ci.tporfetIvraal at tfx Iesl posirr oostv
theeS;varoiilip"r;ul the cJucrtncd iiottrum
Sintto arrr adtjres, cr:iti nml off in r
.c.-ilr! cu ekfir, l:v remit tincfp' st pnid) two.
T'Z .tamp tn J P. DtL 'UNKY, S attt
.'J I&t f-t ivr t , rVe w Toi k C ity-.
CHEAPER THÄM EVERI -
TXTEwcaM rc?penfu3Ij nil the aftenrihn ot
V JtbicUisk ts r the fact thnl we ha v t jut! re
teircd from tli Ltccacltw, well vlrcted
Mavin?: bought our ock nt first cla? Houses,
n e can offer you Goods at prices to suit the times,
N. 13. With the above we have connected a
Under the pnjrri5ion of Mr. F. J. RENXLR,
wheie we are prepai ed to
MAKE CLOTHING TO ORDER!
And keep constantlj on hand
CLOTHS, CASSiM'RS, VESTIIiGS.
S. k M. BECKER.
aprS3-21 . '
all at 1unHlie & Ilrown ,or good article of
BOOTS & SHOES, cheap
Indie's Fine Gaiters,
Only 50 cents X) Pair at
..- VINNEDGE k BROWK"
ALL USDEBS FRSMPTLY ATTENDED TO