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i imrrru iioiii iioa u.e. rv " " Dimii wc ii j:(i.. ..1 lf ,H n.. nir tn uniu- in ivwu.-v .-u.. , THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. A Card Dunham and May.
- 55 -j Indian ipolis, Jan. 13ih, 1860.
A. C THOMPSON. ::::::::: Editor. The respective friends of Hon. C. L
- 1 - Dunham aud Colonel Allen May, are au-
PLYMOUTH, INDIANA: j thorized to publish the following statement
rT, in relation to the unfortunate difficulty
1 BUBIDATf JAVÜAKI 26TH, 1 ). which occurred between those gentlemen,
tw i -- in this city, on the 12th inat :
5aIUtator J'. Upon a conference with the parties Col-To-day
we present to the former renders onel Maenttes that lie had no intention to
of the Marshall County Democrat, particu- annoy olult Mr. Dunham in the Con-
. i i - a vetnion, but only to interrogate him in a
Urly, at"! this community generally, the . . ' . . 1 . . , , . , .
, . ,, n w friemllv spirit, which he was induced to
fa number ot "Tn Pltmoith Wit jbtwbMWhctotyJ7Ute.
Democrat." in assuming the re?ponsi- . roenta made by other persons, through
ht im. r c. in, Ii.' mr tiiA i ivt,), n it. wv w li-n nu was misiea. nn ine mw nie . ... , .
- o ------- - - - - ---- o anw iwu wiiu cais in öuinvan Uountv
are aware that they are not a few, and we j tk VacQ " the street. Colonel May was y. One weighed 45 and the other
i - .1 . .1 . - .i . apDioacniuir air. isuniiam 10 make a lriemi- n.iiiniia
ure u.so aware tha' the posuion is anything , ? . Xf . . ,, , Prunus.
r ' a . ly explanation , when Mr. Dunham repell-
than fAMvabla i M. and that the etl lim wierenpon a collision took place. Ax Bn,1Wct attempt wa made on
enterprise wo have e mbarked it., is not , Upon the above statement being made. Mr. j Friday of last week to rob the office of lhe
likely to be very lucrative; but. connected Dunham says that he misapprehended the C,t.v eSr at Washington,
with" the prii.UtiT business there is some purpose of Colonel May tn approaching Geo. D.Wiley, of Georgia, was swin
. e jhim. because at the time he believed that ; died out of 83,000. at Monttromerv Ala
th.n-a strange hKdl or passion. May tMd rudeIy itl on the 23d uit., by the ball gaine
manne lnuiviuuaj wim nas once wiioweu .Convention; and upon this mutual under
it, cannot rid himself of, though he often, standing the parties are reconciled
Tuk hotel in Newport, N. H.. wag de
stroyed by fire on Thursday night.
A "leopard seal," weighing between
two and three hundred pounds, waa shot
on the rocks at Seaconnet Point, near
Newport, R. I., Dec. 17th.
The legislatnreof Arkansas have sent a
petition to Congress asking for the con
struction of the Pacific railroad.
At Jefferson, Wis , last week, a small
house was destroyed by fire, and two men
named Hocking and Noble, wtre suffoca
ted to death.
A party of hunters, a few days since.
N . I
under adverse circumstances, resolves to
doff the "edi oiial l-nor8," rid himself of
ike perplexities and MaojMMM of an edi
tor's life, and never again mount the tri
pod); yet. in almost every instance, a few
months or years at most, find all these
resolutions broken and that the devotee,
D. W. Vorhees,
J. C. Walker,
Dy tne oan game
Mr. M. C. Pendleton, a worthy citizen
of Darlington, S. C. died a few days ago
from a wound accidentally infliatd hv
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himself by a pistol.
Hon. Samuel Casy, sub-treasurer of the
Uuited States, died on the 22d ult.. at Ca
The Michigan City Enterprise alludes ne eeyville, Ky., sged 71.
lows to te late difficulties between Col j Bishop Newman of the embolic Church
t ay and Mr. Di nham and gives the hu- j ja Philadelphia, fell dead in the street on
prodigal like has "returned to his first morous version j( the affair as published the 6th inst., of disease of the heart,
jove.' Our experience in the business Las in the Atlas atIndianapolis. Our readers Twenty-six of the Southern medical
not been very extensive vet enough so to will fee, by a card in our paper this week. ' students who left Philadelphia, went to
1 U.i: .1 .: - . ,1., il.nf ihn flifhnii fv i nmwah C set- ' "' . - v . vntriL-u ni lUCUl
make wo itriirw iimt uns nuii'io ivi inr j j
associations of a printer's life is the great- tl"d between Col. Mat and Mr. Dunh am.
est reason lor our takinir charce of the' fErsoAL.-We saw oar ft iend, Col. May.
cal College in that city.
The Touro Cotton Mill at Newport
hose 'hairbreadth scapes by flood and j working about ten thousand spindles, was
"Glory, hallelujah," but the "watchmen come"
and they "run," of course. The children of the
men who formed the beautiful temple, so strong,
so durable, a hom for all, are beginning to rally
around it; and the hart!os wretches who would
destroy it will be hurled to contemptible aud eter-
nl oblivion. Enough of politic
Did you ever live ;n the Soutl-', Did you ever
see the propriety of the arrangement by which
mules and niggers were placed pother? A mule
i just made for a nigger, and tW w.i r they go to
gether is a sight. The mule is m ugly as the dar
koy, and between the two a fighlis about an ermal
thing I saw a nigger at McmpBpi, the other day,
with two mule? tandan to a cotton dray, trvi.ig
to drive them between two pilaf Railroad iron.
There was room enough and hi lead mule was
willing to go; but the one in the shafts seemed to
have a desire to go into the Mississippi, and he
gratified it, ami the other mule and the nigger
with him. Having accomplished his purpose he
was content to come out; but qing like a repub
lican leader (as he was, no .'oabT with but one
idea, when he came around to the place agnin, he
went into the river as before. Then the nigger
got mad like Reward, and an "irrepressible con
flict" commenced. The prowess of the nigger
was worthy of old Brown; but the mule was "equal
to the emergency." Six times the darkey brought
him out, and with the aid of jne.whip and lead
mule he got into the right track, and six times did
the mule "bolt the aomination," and take to the
water. The struggle was sevee. and such swear
ing and talking and laughing as there was by the
fighting darkey and the other hundred darkeys,
who stopped their carts and looked on. was never
heard in Flanders. Speaking of muies and cot
ton, perhaps you wouid like to know something
about this same cotton th it is said to be "King."
Cciton plantations are like our farms some larg
er and some smaller. One good negro will work
ele ven acres of cotton and one of corn. The
yield is from one aud a half to two bales of 400
pounds per acre, The cost of raising and mar
keting is about $4 per bale, antl the nett profit on
the bale is almut $3?(ä31. Thev are pressed
scattered out on the prairie, iooking lonesome and
dieary, like scattered log heaps in a marsh. Kan
kakee has filled up a good deal and has some fine
buildings. The brick and stone buildiDgs of Per
ryolo and A G Hohbie eao., are fine blocks. It is
quite a large town, and does a gol deal of busi
ness; but the R. R. policy has separated the busi
ness streets more thin a gun shot, and the unsightly
buildings along the R. R. track between, nearly
ISDIASA RFAL BTÄn'lHltT.
T. M( DONALD
up armaments in the expectation of protection frciti
he federal government. The people settled into
a conviction that there is no power in the federal j
government to protect each and every State, they i
will demand that tlie cords be severed ami wnnons
restored to their hands for their prelection. The Reil! EslfllC Agent & Notary Pllblif,
tperpetuity of the Union is involved in this quostion I
He could demonstrate there w as no wrong in this ' orricc over rieacc's clothinc stoke.
Union for which the Constitution hna not nmvwlod I
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spoils tne little city. t is overgrow,, too; and aremc 'y. He read the fourth ection of the fourth
matters are dull ther- for the size of the place. It article of the Constitution to show that it guaran
is estimated to have 5000 people. f300040(K). tees to each State a Republican form of Govcrn
,guess would clean it out. Urbana tea fine town I mcnt end protection against invasion.
Betöre reaching it. a solitary hawk, fluttering up ! Mr. Fessenden d-.-fended the Republican nartv
against the wind in the clear cold sunshine, above from the charge of agitation, and attributed the ex- TIPPECANOE PlOlJR
the glittering snow, formed the wnlv object of the citement to the Kansas-Nebraska act 1 VC" r U.VJ VM.
day to break the monotory of the view. No cat-j Mr. Douglas retorted, after which the Senate au- : A Ä!Äe!tS2Ü,3
...ovo, v. juuriicu. I the genuine can be found at Patterson & Cleave
DRAWS DEEDS, Mortgages, Bonds, and
Agreements; sells Iinds, examines Titles,
and furnishes Abstracts of the same; pays Taxes
and redeems Land sold for Taxes
nothing but the wide waste ef snow and clear sun
shine cold w ind, towns of endless sameness o1
appe n ance, and scattering farm houses standin
BOMB. Mr. Barksdale spoke on the question of I tarf 9mi Palmer's.
organization, and argued for nn union to dofeat the
Republicans. M r. Barksdale said the House nre-
hare and there anid the dreary space without ' ser.ts to the people of the country a scene which
shade trees, groves or outhouses. At Tolona I j has but one parallel in history. The House has 0 nnn A pp t' p mm T A VT
took the Great Western R. R. for Sprinjrfield. to no ' been seven wee
N.H.& P. S. ALLEMAN 1 Co.
into bund les of about 5(H)
KJJ k.M brt HhUef nf comment hv destroyed by fire on Saturday, involvinz a
We shall not mark out any particular t'he pr?sg iately, Llinff rJm-st a9 good as loss of Süü,ü00.
c urse to be pursued by us in conducing neWj and rea-(1'T to hJht Co;jX for Con-1 The Military bill ha? passed the Missis-
tne paper, but will merely state, that so jjress, tr.o Democracy permitting, tne sippi House. U spproprttaes V 1 20,000 1 bro feet long and otherwise about three feet
fr as the local department of it ia con- canard of tho Lafayette Courer about the fur the purchase of arm. 1 square. At this place it is re-pres.sed, putting near
, i , , f i ty ' . j three bales in one, and in smaller comtias. Rnl-
rned. we sl.aii b. governed entirely by "dignÄtion Meeting at Michigan City Mitabeau B. Lamar, late U. S. i (mat is the bale onto and off ship
1 : I , n ., i wmm ..j, t ... . ..... a m,rw1 Hiail kiiH wm is 'i Mi-mi-. i ni nu n. ami mhuciiiucs one
iru s ail treat a I matters . T , .. , r- , . Minister to ..eii.,,i -fiinei oieu uu-: .... ,, ..... . . . ' .
Mayor at Indianapolis, who fined the Col. . i , . i m i will handle a 500 pound bale as easv a I would
biaiaS OUr noti,-e. iust SS we mav think dollar and tMm in all fifteen dollars ael,l-V 01 PP!eX' ftt nitnmona' ,VaS- an empty barrel; but it has to be learned and men
L.U Q;,I .,1 ik. KpllUrn.-;M' 1110 nl1- 1Ie PCKI 1 res-1 get seriously MTt SOIfeetusjCS ia learning, by be-
became friends again, as we kam fiora tl uf lk Publi f
c-trcumstanees. and sliail treat all
;iiim:nr our no:: -e. t-ist as we may
b s- at the time of their o-currence.
As all und'-ub'eJly anticipate, it will be
Atlas, wliieh ears
A flight occurred at a public houfe ia
;ng thrown over the bale, or caught under them
The cotton plant. itiors along the river look dreary
being deau level ai d surrounded bvheaw tim
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tuu.uMgH.j ..X. .c ;f ,vÄ r.,lr,.,r.1 -rt.,M : 'r..;..ii.; Vi k.,iV ...-d irener.il! v ha vin-r more or les "deaden-
of making it. It .11 support the reg- he wou,j pay lhe fine The Colo- last, whea the proprietor, Mr. Mast, was inCftBU wh,U different -iilar
nominee, all tho time, when the will ' ne accented this nronosition. Mr. D. mit- 1 killed on the snot, and a Mi M.trim ! si f" ,.",U. P . . i .,.i
...... Lr .. v: . i'jh:.j.i.ij.'t.j7-i.; .-jpienuiu ou.iuings, larg. ..uB ...
oi ;! " majjrity ct ue Uffinncracv 1R ex- : tr tus name on in mayor s lecoru, uu oaciiy mjurea u.ai ne uieu un next nay.
pres-1 m 1 properly regarded. It will be and the Colonel shook hands etuk j A jr of ere guQk
each other, but
giscs, nice negro qoarters, ai". gene ran , w
gant oraaJMStlU ltouiwIs around the 'noprietor s
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opposed "to all factions and fanatics of eve- , . i? , i ki i nY i ' tuck Bend, near Louisville, on the 24th ! is a perfect garden, and i'.iit.iins untold wealth
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ry HMcaipu n, ana win oppose to the UK, ; M?lVi and he hein a lare man. we migl
11... I l "l l.l . i Ult'Ui. umalci,
1 . a , . f t .v ... o'l f.1 1 I 1 . . 1 1 n I .f. -1.1 k.it i Wyiin . ..... )..... M.i. I f Ii ä . . m rn t 1 1 . P .1
r i . ... ' i i ,, and Joseph Lvdick, 01 i Pittsburgh,
Ifl our eomtTT, aid pmtctkrh are we op- , office making mutual explanations, and ; AramnmAr ' a
residence. From Baton Rone to New Orleans
Three plantations were sold for il .000.000 each.
of 'X tgro equality.' We ate not for
iff however, we irrant freely to
uoiiniu vt'iunci ,t , rn: - i .
uu.. u nie liiiuiiL' ui n little uc Berus
them. John Baxter, of JcHm-maUI ImAJ of th" ,ir-r" "owes ire lOBg Wof brick
uuiiuiii'', iniit-ii nirer ;.an rnanv wuiie ik-oijic
wreli .u-xr.., r . u. i!
id Darti ularlv are we on- the office making mutual explanations, and ,r - ' ' . imv ;unn, no m coamww fcnr-
iu pantCVMTYi are we op j ' . drowned. The nis-ers themselves arc the hanniest neon e
BOM I to modern Abolitionism or the doc- JT" hVr armln arm' 10 ine . ., , , n on ear. No care, no bother, no trouble. Nine
jttiiu'i-i iicauiiioncio. 1 . --- j ty nnu- out oi one nunnrco woui'i not te tree it
: ing at Albany, separated last Tuesday, by they could; and they arc better eared for
The Tennessee Democratic Conven mutual consent, the mother takinir one I 'hau half the white farniiivs, ami far better than
otter, th, liberties ire take, and are per- tion have nominated Senator Johnson for child and the father the other. The sep-1 2 ,l3Är
ÜCllj mißimg for wUle Wn to no down as ' President, subject to the decision of the ! arat," was lh.Q re8uk of jealousy en the j 500, and m ., -t tim m,,ro. Thry all get high
, ' , . - . . part 01 the Wife. wages when hired out, and get part of it thern-
v ,s t! ey may des:re and that they shall National Convention. r . e t I selves when hired out bv their masten. Nearly
I fbe koitfee tO When iWy bsTC found "J freVil.l,ra,n: gf,nS feo"th on all have "stmts" to do. and thev are not hard;
Dr. Uustavus A. Rose, long a resident Illinois Central itailroad, last week, ran j and all ihev do over tint thev are paid for, often
c -TT , r. j- J f Laporte . died in that city on the 21st off the track about Ave miles above Jones-! at the nteof 9 pw day. Geoi eotton roBeti,
ShoU d anvt hino- annear 111 tne editorial . r I !.-.-. A r.r.io,l ..e t ,...,. .- hremen. &c , get f0(ff.4.0 t.r month and Iward.
O rr lncf T,a nnnrtfl mi.lrHraa.-nnn.i'""k" " "T" " m -www. ......o mmm ,v nOOT.ww . i -...a : ,
1 i 1 ' 1 1 a. 1 1 k, 1 ' iL" 1 Aifcvo ti um om g m uo 1 1 1 111 J I sww wvivm jv w,,B,ii i ynswsy wmmm
ike minds of Mate,
hold OMnoJI responsible
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columns of the Democrat that might, in . . ... smasneu up ana 1 im wn kiuea. kuow their place-. Some of them get rid..
need explanation, we 1 . , Miss Thorn of Prince Georo-e's oun- "? 2??r nnstoemey new ttwt yon fad ia
, adored bv his family, or more beloved bv ; AUOrn- tI .rmce y.eo1 un 1 the North. Wo oaeinsi of ootstei peopte ft
3le tor tne same, an I , . . . : ,, - iv, wa., was so soiioufi) uijureu u) uemg omnibusse no refusal of recognition or con
to St. Louis. At Decatur on the main side of the
Ill.Ceiitrl Midro id, I learned th it the River was
closed, and no boats running from St. Louis. I
changed again and came down the HHi ois Central
to Cairo, and took steamboat for this place . Open
tur is a fine large town, and doing a thriving busi
ness. Some cistance from Cairo, you strike the
timber hilly at first then low and swampy. Cai
ro itself lies below where the river often is, and
the Railroad Ce has thrown Levee around it; but
jr has Ieen twice overflowed. The Ohio River is
now on a 'high,' and ice and drift woodfill it full,
but only to the annoyance of boats. Cairo presents
quite a busidess appearance, and U much larger
Jnan I had thongbt it wa. It has some good
buildings, and the St. Charles Hotel a large fine
Hotel, newly opened is the best in the state
outside of Chicago. There was but one boat com
ing down the "Chouteau," (Ao-to, as the run
ners called it) and I went m her in preference to
going to Columbus ami taking the Railroad. She
is old, and dirty, and had a hard crowd on board,
but she is strong, slow and safe, and the officers
were clever and attentive. There w--re a good
many pasengcrs, representing all parts of t'. e
union ;md several portions of Europe, and amon.
them a few genteel people. Everything ms dis
cussed except slavery and "Harper's Kerr; .' of
the latter I have not heard one word since 1
left home, and 1 have heard B vast deal of talk
abontareif other subject. I find hero abolition
pamphlets of the "trial and execution of John
Brown" for saie, niggors who can read, and no
special prohibition to their reading it. I have
talked w ith and heard a trood deal from all classes
ol community, and so far as 1 have heard, the im
pression seems to be that the trnly intelligent and
pOWer fal elesannU Of the country arc dormant
until dlVnsastaneei call them into existence. It
is engaged in business and leaves politicians to
manage public afT-drs until they get Ihr mil
ves and the country at "crisis, v.hen
step forth into the arena and td matter to ril.t.
That t"iis dam of men, North and South, have
no idea of dissolving the Fnion, or suttVring it to
Ix-dissolved. That they do not sympathize win
the "extremist;" North and South, and whrn
politician begin to so misrule that the "law
and order" class begin to feel it, then
they step forth ana set things to rights.
The masses of the inteligent men of the
south. have confidence in the integrity
and stability of the same class at tho north,
and hare no srmpathv with the noisy or tur-
For Sale on Easy Torrn.
I3ERS0NS wanting to buv or sell Land. wiMd
ter ballot has been taken, no spedker has been
sleeted. No organization has becD effected, while
tllA I'pnif in'f ri.ct; rf tlin .... .-
-' P" ."-i ..owe. v. IUI v.J. .11. 1 . Iltiu utlll LOCHT 1 ..M .Ä I . 1 , 1 .
, , . j fri. ' , . . J web to call onthcumlersigned, who cangu
ucgiccieu. 1 ne democrats, outn Americans and facilities for purchase or sale equal to any in tL
Auti Lecomptonites, all professed to stand in the coin try.
attitude of hostilitv to the Republicans, and should . lt al LESS than current rates, and
unite to defeat the latter. Ä.YnTLwLft !w?.!I 'S f
I onr.J and h of w qn tec 87, tew.i J2n, of .-m
Ihe Democrats, he SAid, hav manifested every 1 w '.' acres. 30 acres improved at N t
disposition to unite with the South Americans and Bend. Stark county.
anti Lecomptonites on a financial basis, until their1 T,L H ?Z Wmr' Michi . m. C I
. r ... . . , , and i'S-1 :-10) acres t nlmnrovcd k' "-
spirit of conciliation has become exhausted. The Ilortn of Plvmouth-fine, beaVV tiLr. .
South Americans have nominated Mr. Gilmer, who withwater.
could never have been acceptable to him (Barks The se qand e h of sw q of sec 8?. n
dale). Mr. Gilmer, if elected, must be supported ' q,?f "T6, town !i5 n'of raif ' " - "-
u i. .... 1 , mi" 1 . 1 J L'.MJU H j.1
by some of the Rcpuhlicans, and he would vote for
no man who commended himself to the considera
tions of that party. He did not doubt Mr Gilmer's
loyalty to the Souih, but his political conduct.
Rather th in the nominee of the Republican part
should be elected, a man w ho received no vote from ai res Green tov nshil
fifteen of the States of thisUuion. rather than his ontn near sor.-, mill
State and section should be dishonored by declar
ation of Mr. Pmdi.of Alabama, "Let discord reign
Mr. Cor in was called out by I remark of Mr.
Barksdale, He said he kuew of no Republican
who would go so far as to say that if slavcholding
territory should le acquin d by treaty, as in the case
of Louisiana, and provision be made thereon, that
th people thus transferred lOOnlj not be admitted
ui quantities to muI
near Tyner City to be sold
The s h of ne q of sec 29, town 33 n, nf r.m-c
t et 80 acres, foar sslles sswrh of Plymouth hf
teen acres hnPTOTed fooi land. timber and water
The BS q Sec 8. town :12 w. of ran.eQ IfiP
riebt miles from Plym
and in a eood neiphbor-
hood good timber.'finc grass marsh, and living,
The 8 h of w q of sec 2:", town 34 n, of range
2 e.and s q f sv ( of 30, twn 34 ,lf OQ kCrcif
four miles north-east of Plymouth good mill sea
and saw mill thirty acres improved building
to be sold very cheap.
The s h of nw q of sec 1 4, town 32 n, of rang
3e close by Tippecanoe Town good land mad
good timber unimproved to be had on eaj
Lot No. (5 in Wheeler' addition to the town )
Tito the Union with nil their rights of propertv Plvmouth fine dwelling and rood out houw.
which thev then held. He knew of no Republican North 4 of Lot No. 37 in Plymouth, nowknowi
who wonlii ,n that such was not the Snrrn,, Lw i "Baldwin. Honse"-a desirable location.
1 . - -. - . If JNo.yi 111 Plymouth good dwelling bwSBS
oi iiitr litiui, hu Miuw. 1101 oc e(rrici iuiu eueci
Mr. B.uksdale "Is there a Republican who fa
vors the acquisition of slavcholding territory ? I
would like to ask whether Mr. Bhctmsa favors such
Part of Lots 73 and 74. Plvmouth dwfThw
34x40 feet lor sale or rent.
Lot No -to. Plymouth goo.I dwelling and two
story business house, on one of tnebeit corn-i is
towa to he had at a bargain.
I Olsons desirous of purchasing in this Ticinitv
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Mr. Curtis replied that at this time he otild be j wilfdo well to give us a eall
REEVE ft Qxnitm.
December M 2if PlTmTtttr?-
opposed to the SCqairition of slavcholding territo
ry because wc had got a great dial too much of it
thev ) now.
Mr. Barksdale. The gentleman from Iowa is
not a fit rcpresent.ifh e of the Republican pa:ty. j U. Q. HAXTKH'S
Let Mr. Lovejey peak. Let him be put on the J3J TT77" Till
Stene or Mr. DawtS, or Mr. Bntehine, or !r. 2il door north of Pierce's Clothing Store. Ju.t
Goofli. I will take Mr.Tapnan. Let him 1 eak "P'' ntai aayoi .uv i.-v.. where yo,, can
for the Republican party. They can elect von, Mr.
positively beynl the Cheapen Kates all kind: of
hope to bt ah! to tfive on'.ire satisfaction.
We make uiir liasty bow and consider
We shall 3:h: this nwd another number
of lhe Democrat to many Dl. I Sjune wlii have
not for noeae time Beet been anhneriben to
. xi r r 1 1 prepaiing for action
th Mars it a. i.i. (...ivrv H t irsu .inil w.- 1 1 0
shall also e id if U ; me wh- have never
Hon. Jamea li
been appointed by
the Court of Claims, in place of Judge
Blackford, decease i.
caught in the machinery of the steam-i temptuous treatment of the negroes. Ladies and
r a e Tnii;, t,oc boat Alice Fox, some time pince, that lhe fwweawa saohe haneawltha negro as readily as
luynea, n tmisaos, ami A m - , t t . a white :nan. and the negro vohintarilv treat-th-nu
1 b 1 t I e died from tho eticots of the injuries then , , e . m
tht 1 resident, Jud"e of . , J 1 with tn deference and respect that is due to them.
1 rofl V(1 Tn . 1 1 1 m . . .l
Tliere a. chad men and women who ill treat their
t w: 1 t j.- negroes; 50 thev do their children ?nd horses ; but
of u innebnso Indians, i f. - , " "3 . , tmm .
L'aily attired in fancy blankets, With red tw slave owners than there is elsewhere: and the
The Senate Committee to investi-aU egiM"?s H,,u U,UK' F'l8fcu ..iu-. w.,
na, .uinnesoia, inst wees, w visu inwir oiu
i the Harper's Ferry outrage arc already
As soon as I have had time to look around this
m. ; . . t o . . . . . . , -
. 1 , r , i. f:,:,:; laM-ro ing cu , 1 111 irv 10 ten vou soinem 112
stamping ground, east of the Mississippi. JJJ J KreaÖn. AssM the hnrrymed bosthiof
t . . , . travel, and the confusion of large hotels, one can
In Albirn. Michienn. a man br the u n i i- . .
.... .. 1 ... - M.iiui. ruiiiiiiiji- iiiikii iiiu-riM .mo 1 11c pni-u 01 a
iiicuj-jtioiiivii unauuri v. mo : name oi ueorgQ rjwwyer aieu, as suppo- jmaii letter
aubsci ibo 1 f .t it. We do no. belieeinw tnnt nessle Legislature have nominated John sed, in a spasm, some time last ppring.
m-m a I "V - 1
some of them w mid like to take it, and Bell as the Union candidate for the Presi
those who do not desire to do 9 are re- dencv.
quested to send back ei.lier of the numbers
WO shal! pend ihem. This will be sufficient,
and thir names will be erased from thi
book: but should ihey fail to do this, and
take th papers from their Post Office, they
rill be liable f. r ti e subscription price ol
The fund collected for John Brown's
family, now amounts to 2,500.
This week we publish two letcrs from
our " " correspondent, that our readers
though much of
He was buried alive. Jot lono- since
some of his friends wishing to remove his
body disinterred him. Thev found him
lying on his face, his hands in his hair, i .
V.0 . i.j-r..i . .... j v.- the
wun great nanusiui torn out, anu uis
grave clothes all torn to pieee9.
Mkmpiiis Tkxx. Dec 19th, 1859.
Dr.AR DtMocR.vr: "Here we are" as the new
invenior tor niaaing monev saiu lo tue l.iov on
street in New York. "Here we arc now
Teeth cleaned for three cents and brush found.'.
So 1 aaid this morning at breakfast, as a fine look
ing young mar. presented himself to wait on a gen-
Ctfrwltt, speaker, bet they refuse to do it, sad you j J HI. I 0j))(T IllKl NlCCl 11011 R Jin.
are hos:;le enough to shivery in all eonseienoe. In I m.ik. my work myself and warrant it aeei r
Hit OunisO rf Idf irsasths he raid that he would noii.-. Tnkr Xoticr I hold mvself in rcadi
MnU the inanfliTr of the Republican Tresi- Jlt u'" wrk at all hours of the day and eve
. . , , . . .. . nig. I have supplied mv-clf with the most apnror
dent. Theflendl know what their rights areunder ..j , WIM,eU ar'Toola nmi M t.-hlne. an.f'
tlw Constitution, Sad arc reSOiVCd all haBWdfi tr :in, pn pared to do all kind of
Indent any where; and they insist that the ex- : tlie lu, extremity, to defend them ; case u ui- I QKKlG Ä K FP A ID IM
0f i - " W V
tremits, whether, newspaper men or politicians, ! solution. The routh would have the ympahv
IN' 1 HF. TIK-T OS
, , , . , . I will bnd very interestini,
the paper, and be regarded as regular sub-1 . ... . ,
9 interest is lost by the Ion
Notice to Advertisers. We have
not had time to speak to all the advertising
patrons of the Democrat, who formerly
advertised in it, pnd have therefore insert
ed all that were yet standing. Some of
them, we suppose, wili want to be taken
out. Those wishing their advertisements
discontinued, or new one-? inserted in their
place, will pWase inform Ub as soen as
possible, as it will take some time to
straighten them up. Those who do not
give us notice to the contrary will
Orxxans, Dec. 18th, 1859.
DcR Democrat: '! see from the papers that teel looking lady and gent opposite to me.
the "irrepressible coflict" at the north h get- face looked like that of snine diningne member of
.ing prcttv maeh on oue side . The classical rhet the literati. He handled himself with rare gvace
by the long delay of their j tone of the Everetts.aud the pungent eloquen- amiability; and on turning around he present d a
"We have two more that will ee of the Cuahing and Ingresolls is pulverising , rent in his pant?, at the place that usually comes in
the elements of modem Republicanism and scat- contact wilh a chair, about htty times as extensive
tering it so that a microscope will hardly find i as the one "the envious C.tsca made" in "poep
jt in a little time to come. The great demon- Cesar's vestment. "Here we are," said l,'with
stration in Philadelphia by which the late abolition ; anew style of o-nament for the livery of servants,
effort was broken up, made a strong impression on at this "thundering" big Hotel, with its airy halls
the southern disunionists, They had thought the j its Corinthian colHmns, it iron balconies, its beau-
Belangee, formerly of this place, to Mr-! masses ot the peoples would rest quiet and i wssiiss-, i-imsj im swiish
r-mr-r, Tl,a mA.il, fam the sectional element at tne norm wor u im l"'"".M""
" .. t m ' . i . j i . i ir v ' ti case nui in n iv n su a .
be forthcoming next week.
här from him often.
We hope to
Last erening we were shown a speci
men of Pike's Peak cold, sent bv Mr. E.
haTe not the power to dJnweiet the Union,
nor do thev renresent the sentiment f the
better and more powerful class of the people;
and that that class will act when they deem
the Union in danger not to secede, but to pat
men in office who will prevent it.
They say there are evils about slavery
that they would gladly sc remedied, and
would be rid of the slaves if they could; but
the great staples of the south could not be
produced without them they hare become a
part tf the lands and the nation, and that slavery
can never be dispensed with so long as these sta
ples exist as such, and as long as slavery agitation
ia ker.t up to die exclusion or every other better
consideration forthc minds of men andti.e country.
But I expect I am gettiug prosy when I want to
be Jolly and readable. It has been so i Snfeainltd
cold that no incident occured worthy of note,
It was good sleighing all through Illinois and down er might become President
to this place, and I don't know how much futhcr
down. They have lye inches of snow here and wher
the sun lm not shone the ground is hard fro
zen. To-day is like summer overhead and un
der foot like a mortar bed. Aside from
those ornamental pantaloons at breakfast, and
seeing a man fall down in the mud this
morning, with his hands sprawled out his
mouth wide open, his hat lying in the mud
over six dollars
from him in our ret.
tl.orn pIp- ; tities French. Fnelish. Scotch. Irish, f.erm.in
We will publish a letter; .. u h wmgU but when ; Yankee, African, and every mixture of the color
LiU 1 14 v - a
Leavenworth, Jau, 23.
cities IVtl Boston and Philadelphia spoke m irom me mui.uio to tne uctoroon. "Mere we
..u ;t reverberated throughout ! arc," with every appliance of wealth and fashion
CU-II UHUi. s 7 -
, . ft n,- until lost in the around us, r.nd that dilapidated seat of honor to
The territorial legislature re assembled at Lc- j " - 7 tl radical set it all off. You can have no idea of the imp, eS-
be compton on Friday last in conformity with the 1 f - - sion on thcstrjpple iok(,0? from ,
snecial nrde nmitinn nf Gov. Me arv. und immc-i Ll"u" ullu ' . . ar.. .. n
..U A t .V:- -1. VM ..1. - ' .. mnn;n,r.Cmnf fho North, were as- nc.r. puimw. were e are, wr.n an enuiess
ni.Ut I 1 in.-a JU1IIV n rvnuioii awjoiiiiiui. v
for granted that they wish their advertise- Lawrence. The governor .taring returned this
ments continued as thy now are.
tonished somewhat at the extent af its strength . world o.r mud, niggers, mules, cotton bales, steam
and active energy when called into existence.
resolution witn ms veto, u was lmmeaiaiciy w- . ' k,,0I n.l l.nm of i river eitv
. . . w . onine that Ohl Jo in Brown bv his premature bustle and hnrry, oi a rner cit
ken un and rassed over the veto, bv a vote nine op"1- ",' vy,u r .1 .
. , a . -- . . Di.iMiKl!.an TifvTic:-
... . ....... ?. . . tnoufii correci .uuinauui' ,vvi......
APOLOGETIC -There wHI nppear in this to tnree m me eounc, anu ,in,i I i. I., mtmm the element, that will perpetuate and one doing an immense business, and
tu: .dk. t 1 OA T Mftt .
number of the Democrat many typoirraph- , in thc
leal as well as other mis'ak1; and 9ume '
of th matter on the outside of the paper
is n..t verv interestinff. Knrteg bn Ml up
ame time, but owing to th hort time w
have had to get out this number ( 1 i days),
we have inserted it, with the mistakes that
Ci!cinati, Jan. 21.
At l meet'.ng of thc citizens at the merchants
I ; boats, evidences of wealth and poverty noise,
in a slave
state a jrrowing citv, an enternrsing one,
this Union at least two hundred years, to tne ut-, tumg aner j,oui me, at iouis, i m mm
ter destruction of Uie large hopes of those who i Pittsburg, with long arms and monstrous strides'
. . . IT.: i:i. XT V 1 o . l . : .1
thought to rise to power on its ruins. 1 senu yo j "r uhbsu;
exchange, a committee was ar-pointed to make enclosed, a s'.ipfrom the New OHeans True Del ety l asewrin. Its tine build.ngs, beautirul
arrangements for the reception of member of the a,0f the 16th, which will give you a fair idea of. water view noise and busy hnrly burly' and
Kentucky and Tennessee legislatures, who are the sentiments of the reasonable politicians of crowds of peon 'e its large nmi wonderfully ele
expected to reach here Thursday. Tlie Ohio leg- thc South, bnt it is not as liberal as the sentiment , gant exhibition of "goods wares and merchandise'
islature adopted resolutions inviting tbcm to visit 0f tne masses composed of the wsalth and intel- j re worthy of a city of a quarter million of people.
, ,ould not correct, thinkin- ti.is better ' Columbus, appropriating 15,000 leal of the country-tbat class who never move ven.y i was very mucn u-sappo.ntea u ana sue
. . . . in. .1. . o n .ice here :ini with mv nrfconcei v.'il notion ne
vr - ... .. e . ! except in cases oi emergency uic fcu" r J r
thin not to issue at all this week,
will - hand next week, we hope.
Thev kiow and sav that neither North or South j the town, perhaps the contrast is so great that I
O farmer's wife, in speaking of the smart-
. ii- r v. . ij
'T, rjrrVinn S .rle-W whtal fhS other. Close the great I overrate it; but I think not. The departure from
can Veftd fluchtlv in part of the Bible, repeat the southern outlets to Northern produotions by ma- Chicago on Tuesday las: was amid a fine freesing
rhole catechism, and weed onions as well as his .. . countrv or close thc great Nor-1 eet. 1 he ride over the prairtss was bitter cold.
it had a
would laugh at him if
mouth, I have not seen a funny
I left home, I presume others
did when they saw the nipger carry me from
the dock to the hack through the mire to
- 'u :i T - ..1.1 1 : -.1
Ul' tue soil 1 umcrniji; nvuiu mi... i r .' i
awav. A truce to further non-ence. Its din- !
ner time, and" all the weild is as nothing !
compared to dinner." Respect to all inquirers
Mil confusion to disorganisers.
the world, because they are iu the right. Stiflf ftltff IVf6l7f7.
Mr. Corwin humorously said his ol.ject was to j according to order :ind time, an 1 without delay
MOVe that the House proeoed to a ballot. They ! I will make it ite mm oi.jcct to mU to Srnd mm
, , . . 1 j 1 I their orccr.-.
bad nana mch things before, ehkh he admitted. 1 , w:lIltit(), bepUinlrnnrfkeeleed. befee mr oR
with very little success. If cTcr the Booae wuflr J atsjmCsslarcr; tkat I will not ben muld, as I
nlsnd. it rnall be hv voting. If the gentlemao ! can afl'.id to eil as low as any ntUbttshssent be
from Mississippi, (Mr. hWhaeale), who had advo- he coiutry. PARMBS, Take Notice. Pa
. . ' c ... licular ttention paid to repairing of
cated secession in thc event of the election ot a mrnrnnm A?c . tr-r-
. . . .. . , , . m TIN, COPPER BRASS & SHEET-RON
Kepehggan President, sheeJd he elected Bpeener, WARE
he (Corwin : , promised to stay in the t'nion. his ibat jd mj not be detained in tow n nnnecessx
farce, which has been acted here for several weeks, ! rily. keep on haul ;.ind am the 011I7 one author
r, much to the amusement of the numbers them- : z d to,HI tl,e S:,n;'-
selves, was sometimes for the furtherance of ttm SeUStrainillg Milk Blicket,
per of gentlemen, had hegen tole looked upon as onc 0 ,10 uwmX important and valuable Improve
a serious matter. Everv agent should therefore mentsf the times. The arrangement of this
ieniinush think what he shall do. He was re- Buckti!" so l,,i " "P" that it cannot fail lo
p easrthose who would
minueu l.y irienos uic oincr fmjt m-n mmmw mmm
- ,1.., I, mtt UM f. r a HMmIm. r t I i" ? til . T
B , . ' . , No nik will be lost should the bucket he thrown
be supposed, viz. : that in a certain event the spcai - I r Jr kicked ,(V r()W
; look tit whether von want to buv or not. If vou
He confessed he was puzzled a little by the nag wanto sustain Fair and Cheap Prices, and to en-
m .tion. It might be SO, tit fie did not think this Cl,ur' inc " orK'n? W:,n irwro to improve-
. 1 menm science and art. '. lio considers it an heiior
should be incorporated into their thoughts as one ; to own woi k, I m u reapectftiltj SoKctyaor
of thc contingencies. It was not probable that p;itninge. RAGS taken in exedunVe for Tin
t itlwrthe President or Vice President would be ; ai. oeconu nanuea otoves take t on commis
amiable enou h to die that the Speaker might suc
ceed to their place.
what providen-:c has in storcforus. I fife I It K I Ollfi
He did not know why the Helper book il.ould be j W "
driven into their thought. It might be thc product m w mp mmm
of the liberty ol the ress which is called 111 class;c
l inuagc, the palladhsni ef our liberties. No free ,ks romovHhi t stock of DRUGS AND MED
goveinnient in modern times has existed without icilEStothe ruseaM dooreast of Patterwm
. mm mux must mm content with the free i & Cravcland'j store on La Porte street, Plym-
dorn of the press we h ive w ith all its abuses as well
as the blessings, w hich flow from its use.
81011 K. C HAÄTEK.
Plmouth Ind.. Mav 12 1M3 24vd
lie noes not Know, nowcTcr,
Mr. Corwin continued at some length, deprecat
ing the appearance of Helper's book and the inva
sion of John Brown. He concluded by saying that
i the Republicans in excluding slavery from the ter
ritories admitted free, were doing exactly as the
men of 1787 did when they excluded it from north
I estern territories. Adjourned.
outllnd, where he keaps constantly 0 hand
y"THF.r. K AtLROAD Accidkxt. A sad
- u - , 1 Mii 11 .1 ii.' lyi v'tiin . - 0 I
oeurne. M Bourbon, yesterday :)
mrrin. .t. . . ,1 V. J fl -li . . . ,. 7 - - . rtf ,, nn.i the noonle of neith- m midwinter with the sun brilliant as midsum
... ., on un; ciiiiii uuinu tne cat in tlie wen, anu sioicuiu muc; igimui. mcu . - i i -
er North or South would stand it a month. 1 hey
train. A bnkeman on the train by the tAb editor, in an address before a Literary
mer and the mercury 10 below zero, and fhe
hurl nil disunionists and secessionists to I wind cutting enough to Ukc the felt off of one's
Washington, Jan. 23, 1860.
Sknatc. The galleries and floor were crowded
this morning to hear Mr. Douglas. The noise and
confusfon during themorning hours was so great
that it was impossible to hear the reading of the
A number of bills were read by title and refer
red. Mr. Hale said he would do the galleries tho jus
tice to say that there was more noise on th floor
than up stairs.
Mr. Hale was in favor of calling on thc secretary
of thc treasury for the names and salaries of per
sons employed in the treasury department who
have not been confirmed by the Senate. Adopted.
The hour having arrived, Mr. Douglas' resolu
tion was called up.
Mr. Douglas read a correspondence between the
Governor of Virginia and thc President, of last
N ivember. in which the former states that ho has
evidence to show that a conspiracy had ben fonn
" J r: .mi ,.tii. 'Vii,. i irj to roscue John
Un UIC lJin IIIS!., av nie remucute ui iui- uimc a
father, by Rev. A. Fuller, Mr. Milton THOMrsoN,
to M'ss Mart Koebsrts, all of this County.
(arefully selected frrom the lest Wholesale Es
itarishments in New Yoik, Philadelphia, Pitts-
bugh and Chicago.
ouHtry .fltrch c:t t
PB YS1CIANS GiK N E RALLY
UPWARDS OP 300 of thc graduates of the
ast year at the Iron City Commercial College
have secured cmplovment, receiving thc first vear
from one to five hundred per cent, upon the invest- Vill find it to their mterett to gi ve him a call
ment mule to obtain a practical business cduca- asae warrants every article sold fcy him to be
t.on. For full information, Circular, Specimen-I jut what it is represented In addition te his
of business and ornamental Penmanship, and Ems lag ockof Drugs and Medicines, nay be found
be lished view of the College, inclose five lettc-
F W JENKINS, Pittsburgh, Pa.r
Dr. Robacks Scandinavian Remedies.
Arc youick,no matter what organ is affected,
depend unon it the blood, whioh isthe food and sus-
1 tenancc of every organ, is full of corruption. My
Scandinavian Blood Pills and Blood runner, DreaK
up the source of disease in thc fluids of thc body,
They purge and purify the elements of the blood.
Hence their quick and complete cures In dyspep
sia, sorofula, eruptions, fits, tumors, nervousness,
kidney complaints, piles, low fevers, debility,
hematisum, headache, want of sexual vigor, etc.
rhese remedies are astonishing thc whole medtoal
l.l Qaa odaortlsnment.
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