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THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT.
ITBI.HHF.D WEEKLY BY
PIATT McDOXALD, :::::::: Edltor.
Tiiui:siAY, Decj3iiji:i: !2Gth, 18(51.
DEMOCRATIC LM. STATE ttJNLTiI)..
h'V, it IT, H...nim-m'tl r- ', ".' !- Ih .,.,
T'-. ''tr' 7 ; would nndoubtedly brm his share d
Of JA.IAK. IfOJ. t'lu.t- tft-i -Ii! !flnt-tl ('.-"' ,
t ,fihrr.mt,-9, . irr ft,-', , in r..,;i ' trenLrth to the ticket, as lie is well and fa-o-w:-rr
st, t . ..'.-... . xr.-'.v. 7v ' "'" ''"' vt-rabl v known in most parts of the Slate.
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till'!.' iirt' ;' ro' ti -t ri'ji'Hit Mr. I.iitr-l.i at fit '.
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2? Ot Jtruj tit O Mim'tUf.
.V. PALMER. C':ai.,nin.
We call attention to an article on the ! 01 Ulü institution lor the u.ina, una in
first pae of this paper, headed, "To j lli:vt capacity won the love and admiration
the Public." The article explains it- üf M connected in any way with the Insti
fcolf, but we desire to say that we but ex- j tulio". ftS as cordial endorsement
presa the sentiments of nine-tenths of those j of the FeoFle throughout the Siate. He
whom we have heard speak of the matter, j was removed from the position he had 80
when we characterize the action of the lo,,i; nJ so honorably filled, to make
government, in its refusal to permit the
Caucasian to be carried in the mails, a3
it specially agreed to do, a9 one of the
most tyraanical outrages which has yet j
been perpetrated on any loyal ciiiz.'u of !
It was left to this administration to
deni-jc strate the dictatoiial power which
government officials may exercisi over the
people, in defiance of the Constitution, to
preserve which over half a million men
have been called to arms, at an expense to
the government of one and a quarter mil
liou dollars per day ; in defiance of all law,
and every principle, of right and justice
which ha3 been enjoyed by loyal citizens,
at all times, and under all ciicumstanccs,
since the foundation ot the irovernmint.
There was no charge of disloyalty made
against the Caucasian, and if there had
been, it couil not have been sustained, as
it contained nothing pertaining to the gov
ernment or tho war, except selections fiom
papers that were allowed to circulate free
ly ; and the telegraph dispatches to the
Associated Press. As the editors say in
their notice above referred to, the cause of
its expulsion from the mails must bo that j mony prevail in all itd deliberations, and
tho Caucasian was devoted to the advoca- the best and most available men be nomi
cy of the doctrine that tho negro race is I nated for the different offices.
inferior to the Caucasian cr Anplo-Saxon,
and should occupy tha social and politic- J l'ou a sucn as desiie it. vre jiroposc to
ai position which they now do ir. the j furnish a complete file of the Demock.it
Southern Slates. And this is the head j during the year loC2, beginning with our
and front of their OtlenJing. Is there an- j uext issue. Tho file will consist of fifiy
other government on th earth that would ! two "umbers, as perfect in workmanship
act thus towards its subjects, for such a a:J ony ptinted, making, when completed,
cause? For the sake of the name which ! ,nc niost desirable record of Homo Xew,
vivilized humanity has heretofore boine, !;i,u general history uf the times, which
wo hopo there is not. jean hn abtained in any form for the price.
Tho question might properlv be asked i The pri.-e will bo only one dollar and fifty
Does the Post M.nter General possess eents. Those who desire to secure a copy
the poner (legally,) to leluse mail facili-; "ust hand in their orders by next Mon
ties toany paper, loyal or otherwise? Can 'f pos-ibl-?.
h; refuse such facilities to a newspaper This is an offer which has never bofore
against which even he cannot bring a j been made by any publishers in this State,
charge of disloyalty? And isthat the j lo our knowledge, and one, the accept
proper pnnislwnei ' Or a disloyal paper, or j anc0 '-'f which, will not b regretted by
editor? M iriy other similar questons j any- It unnecessary to epeak of the
mitif. bo akevl ; bit when these are pro- importance of having a complete tile of a
priy answered, it wiil b-j seen that some leounty paper, and there U not a business,
of ..in- goveinin-.-ut oilicials have violated
thi Constitution and their oaths just as
much as Jeff. Davis and his rebl follow
ers. It is all nonsense for six hundred
thousand loyal men to risk their lives, en
dure tho hards'iins and privations of war,
and eat up the substance of the people, to
preserv tho Constitution, when it is vio-
lated by those who have sworn to be its
supporters, without even the tyrant's plea
of necessity. There can be no necessity
for a violation of it in the instance of the
Caucasian ; for it was published in a dis-
trict where there wh3 no opposition to the
governme it ; in a Stale which has fur
nished nearly one hundred thousand men
for the Federal army. Can any apologist
for the administration tell why the 1. M.
funeral did not permit the law to take its
courM, when he know there would bo no
opposition to it? If the Caucasian had
not violatad any law, what excuse is there
for his violation of that act of Congress
which states what articles may be carried
in he mail?
No officer, who has any regard for hin
oath, and no man bat a contemptiblo and
petty tyrant, would attempt to deprive a
newspaper of mail facilities, even if ho
possessed the power, without an investi
gition, and affording the accused an op
portunity for defence. It is a damnable
act, and ho who commits it is a much a
-foe to constitutional liberty as those now
in open rebellion against our govern
ment. "When tlio warlike newa from England
was received, the blatant abolitionists, who
declared that the North could whip the
South before breakfast, that a few old
women with broomsticks, could quell the
rebellion, men very anxious that a war
between the countiies shall be begun; they
would ask no better fun than whip Eng
land. Such blusterers are men who never
go to war, and who do not act from any
pricciplo, and with very little judgment.
camiiatj:s von stats: of
Xumorous gentlemen, of undoubted at-
! tainments, and unsullied Democracy, have j
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been named for the diHerent offices to ue ;
nominated Ir by the BtU ot January con-j
vention The people want, good men;
those who are well qualified, men who
will work for the success of the ticket,
and not disgrace their party and the peo
ple whose servants they are if elect-
For Treasurer of State, W. II. Talbjtt,
ten of by many good Democrats. He
M. L. Drett, of Daviess county, has also
been freely spoken of in connection with
.7 m 1 ii I - .
me ireasurersnip. hü uiaimi hcih b
m m - - a "X ill
tori Ii in cur columns last week, Dy "Ulu
For Auditor of State, Dr. J. S. Athon,
ol Indianapolis, eeems to be the choic of
those who have yet expressed a prelerenca.
lie was for many years the Superintendent
. T . - e tu i 1?
room for a Republican partisan, with no
supeiior qualiticatious or experience. The
Doctor has been tried, and is known to
Fses the JeCersoniau qualifications of
honesty and capability.
l or Secretary or State, Charles I. Bar
ker, editor of the Standard, Anderson,
Madison county, has been favorably spo
ken of in the columns of many of the
Democratic papers of the State. Tho ed
itorial fraternity, in view of the amount of
campaign labor which it is expected they
will perform in every canvass, should
have at least one representative on the
State ticket ; and so far as an expression
has been had, Mr. llaiker seems to be the
choice of a largo portion, if not a majori
ty, of the Democracy of the State. He is
said topos3":iS all tho qualifications neces
sary to a faithful discharge of tho duties of
the ofilce. If he should bo fortunate
enough to receive tho nomination, may ho
be successful in the race.
The Convention promises to be o:io of
the most important political assemblage
convened in the Slate. All portions wiil
doubtless be well repiesented. May har-
professional, 'or any other man,' but has
felt the need of it. Xo library is complete
without it. How many namas shall we
Olii noble and most excellent friend,
Henkv Woonr.uuv, Principal Clerk and
"general auxiliary i:i the disposal of Hard
ware and haberdashery at Dickson tfc
Co.'a, is entitled to, and is hereby made
the recipient of, our moat deferential and
dis'i.iguished consideration, for the pre
sentation of a new style of carved and
'Panted cast-iron Boot-Jack! It is just
the thing for nice men with small boots.
It suits us. Matlingly's fiiands doubtless
think he u enough of a Jack-ass himself
to render such a presentation unnecessary-
We will probably not bo at homa during
this and a portion of next week, in which
caso wo will be somewhere dso. Editorial
duties will doubtless bo attended to by
ome other ablo gentleman.
One hundred and thirtv-eiht cases of
muskets, 2, TOO in number, arrived at this
port Monday morning. This will go far
toward supplying tho arms lacking for
this State. Milwaukee AVif, iJntmler
The most extensive fire-engine and
pump works iu the woild, is located al
Seneca Falls, N. Y.. where over threo
hundred men are dailv employed in tho
manufacture of these useful articles.
A copy of Audubon's celebrated works,
,4Tho Birds of America," was Rold in Mon
treal, at a book salo last week, for $1,020,
The book is very valuable, and sales of it
AVhat many a man calls conscience ii
only a wholesome fear of the constable.
TfciH WAH.LsZi .tfAtJAZSM?.
Mu. Editou : While on a short visit a
! few dajs fcince to Wabash College, at :
Crawfordsville in this State I was t.refen-1
' ' ' '
. j . f atUlleI.ts with llie yi4. ;
Magazine a iff, (uot weekly),
COMeril , vhich. as announced on one of
it pages, is published by ' The Wabash
College Magazine Association
While I shall not attempt to criticize iis
literary merits, which, to say the l?ast, do
not reflect very great credit on the Institu
tion, from which iteminated, I cannot pass ,
over in tilence some of th infamous, and !
treasonable doetiine I iind on its pages
With that narrow vision, but air of rea't
wisdom with which etudenls usually treat I
of publb offairs, one of the brilliunt (?)
editors of the aforesaid Quarterly hast
g.vn us a chapter on the 'war,'
which ! m bü aüWeJ to mako lho foI.
II 0 Ray
' However much wo may deplore the ;
one fault of our Constitution, we do not!
regret the advent of strife through that
breach in the rampart.'
Although our vorv lucid ( :) author
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does not tell us what that blench is he lefers !
to, yet he is sufficiently clear to inform us
that the Constitution as our fathers made
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it is veiv iiinltir fit m ro.sihio mirht
1 - 1 1 ... 1 .1 . .if
be induced !to take the conliacl 0 ma-
' V" 1 o"" '
It were cowardly,' ho says, 'for us to
bequeath a broken reed, (the Constitu
tion), a rotten cutute, (the Constitution), to
future million ychcrutions,' a yood Many j
generationw to say the least.
Let our ellorts,' ho says, for the time
fail, it will only make us more desperate!
than the South. They, (ih South) shout
'.Slavery or Dea'.h,' (a most inexcusable
falsehood), We answer ten more summers
shall not see the slave beneath our flag,
restored and lloatins over all tho South.'
We do not note (that is while the loyal
and conservative men of our country are
lighting our battles for us) 'light with thi-5
for our purpose, but it will be the end.
Slavery will die. Soon our war cry will
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I hp. I nwrrri'Ttov a it ü?t ii. n nml
then followed a suing of high-sounding,
senseless words, ahr th follouing So-
. i .i.... .i . . .. '.:
iiomodi; auaiii, out ine luiuiuuuoii as
smtii op, ta;!i;nienleu wr.bcui, autt
crusted wi;h diamonds, and hun with
purple and gold within, glorious and aJ i
Ifsu.di language ar.d sentiments were
only that ot the soft-brained student, who
penned them, il should xcite nothing
more than contempt among good and loyal
people; but appealing as it does in a Col
lege Magazine, which is supposed to be, :
iu a measure, tho exponent of the teach
ings of that College, it assumes a more
If Wabash, or a.ny other ColVgo so fir
forgets its high character as to become the
hot-bed, and school fr teaching treason
and disloyalty, let it bo branded with the
infamy it desetves ; and let all who woul.I
have their youths lfarn lovalir, and hate
ticason, fcveience tho Ccnstituiion, and
dispise disunion, and secession, avoid it
aa they would the gates of hell.
While tho Professors of Wabash College
are conti ibutois to this Magazin, and
ought lo exercise a censorship over it, let
us n charity hope, for lhf character of the
Institution, that this trtasotiable article
found iis way into il without their knowl
edge. Tho author winds up with the following
tlcyant porsonal aliusiou, 'There ! we feell
better, it had to come, like tho war. We
should think he would feel better ; a dis
eased body ii always improved after it has
spewed up a quantiiy of filth.
Nothing bt the misernblo ignorance of
this dtivcliiig editor, (God save the
m ik)' should excuse him from the pun
ishment due his treasonable bentiments.
Ho ought at any rat j to bo sent at once to
Dixie,' and served 9 David served Uri
ah. If Mr. Gookins, who pieeented mo
with this Magazine, think I have any
sympathy with its political sentiments, he
is wolullv mistaken. Xo rood and
loyal citizen, no Uver of his country, and
lho Constitution has any more affiliation or
sympathy with white Um id Abolitionists,
than Jire catuiy Secessionists, for thev are
both traitors, alike, in kind and degree,
and bolh ought to be crushed out by tho
strong arm of government.
Special to the Chicago Times.
Cairo, Dec. 21.
A Canadian tientleman arrived hero
king a new one)-and that he is Vlad lho er6ment c,aim0ti l0" j sta-.mr nt. made by Lieut. Ilurd, of the aileetion, and t',at dread dUea.e, Consumj.tio:s ! VOAbilluTION.
waH as come upon ns,--not that he mi-ht th SnUud of ii,f 'al capture, and na con- j S-ond Maine Regiment, who was woun- ito make known to his felljw-suiiVivi the ! . Tor several -ww the Democratic an I Conserva-
C 1. 1 .. 1 1., M 1 . . tiaiy to the lavv of nations, and Would con-I d-s .,,,1 t-lpn nr-isomr a' Hull Pun -it-d ,UCm' of CUIC' tiy si-n-iment ol the Nation Ins been keenly
tiirht. however, else he would be at it. in. J ' ueu aim uen pusonei at Ijuu nun, at.u ,. , , . . a.ive to the uc,- fv ,.r n..;, r.;..r..o .
.uad f ,! at hoDK. .iliug II, and ' - ' """""" P' 1 1... M..tl, fan release. IU. .og0.h.r ,.,,,, of .,,.,,, IvU1, . ;;,w,,s .mrK;A""irr'
. t.t ..t- I lr both Bovernan, titer wouM be : ,. ;,. c ('.. .,1 ",,,n , ".' .. ..... ..-.1 " , 'J;,I'"-'J Wn
- ' .1 1 . . - .1- . .... 1 o an who uestre it. 11c will en.l a cmvo t h. . - "-"',uii.uin ami no v
uciisuiiituiu anieieo, - - ' -.... vu.wo, , im n r.i in" aim umiiit me same, U Mica liieV wiil aiii !!. t.rt ' a wlm'..
last evening from Xew Orleans. 1 many of whom have secession tympa-
He had letters from the Crown lawyer thies.
of Simcoo Canada, which passed him to I Colonels Alexander, Magoffin, Kobin
our lisies; ho was accompanied by Ihre ' Bon :in 'her leading rebels wei placed
Ho says Xew Orleans is fortified to re
pel any attack.
The rebels have few gunboat, and
these only protected with iron ph.tin-'
around the boileis.
The Canadian ami hi.s companions re
port they had no trouble coming up.
The lebcls stylo the action at llelmont
another Hull Itun, but ho understood at
Columbus that their 1 ..$?? was COO.
The rebels will fight until exterminated
before submitting lo the Xorth.
Tho rebel are build in-' L'unboat nt
j The landing of Föderal troops on Ship in its character, and satisfactory in its re
Island caused iuter.ee excitement in Now suits
Tlie Conf9Jrate money passed every-1
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ere ,n C0UU1'
rv. . . i - i ... i r i . v
1 l?HM,pu empnis mat
Kn-'1:ind 1,1,1 dt,ared W3r against the j
North, which. wa hailed with ihe moit
extravagant, Jelight, a insuring the deli?- 5
erance f thd Southern peoply from the ;
present war. i
Commodore Holling steam ram Manas- '.
sas has not been punk as rep.. t ied. !
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" ne" uie " wiiean.
EnIishmeu 'vero Iiut molested, but all
ülhör na,iü,w,ilk,i wt'ro quiret to enli-st.
Everything was dear at the South, ex ,
Captain Cai toll brought down to day.
irom ct. L.OU13, live tu-boats, to be used ;
ia towing bombkttches. i
A gunboat cams down from Mound City
Xew Yokk, Dec. 24.
afternoon, statfts tl.af. in an interview
which Lord Lyons held with Mr. Seward,
the latter read to him a letter that he had
written to Minister Adams, two days ai:o,
' Jm o '
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" wjucii e saia 11. at 11 Uie uikism uov-
given up upou request
Boston, Dec. 21.
Xothinjr i known in Boston in regard
to Mason and Elidel! leaving in the Europa
to-morrow, and the rumor to that effect u
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t . . XJL'-t-
jieporis are quue cunoui in int streei escaped during the confusion, ai he ex
this morning that Maffon and Slidell aro to )rt-a,j hi3 determination to try to reach
ce restored to liberty, and sent forward to
England, to-morrow, by the Europa.
Sources from which this information is
illdl"öt H 1 rnni'll t. Illi cnr nnr.llrnia.
lion Irom these who are supposed to have
unusual iacmtte lor early inrormnttou
! from English connections. It
the reI'ort m:4-v l5,uve unftjJc'd'
, m .
j shin,fton '1
In the Senate to diy another batch ot
petitions ere presented for the loc i-
lion of the Armory at Bock Island and
Q'cy. j served xu'Ai the army, and bein- stationed 2 f one!, month. y , tU). Ji:lZ of tTxc'w York"T.ur-
Thc Military Comimittee intend report- i at Caiio at the time'this order was made, r.-ons ha.l better call -arly, ;u the Dr room u .! -,f Coi.imtivc, a n ..cin.u, .x .;ocu2fd cdT
: . , 1 mi ,, .t ii' I -in 1 r- , i.- :s very mr.cli crowded ger.rallv about 1;. ::. '"i.ai aou.iy .t.i 1 t .v ..iu-;uic. 'J'ne cdiujrs will
lnij a bid locatintr it at Lock Iiand. 1 L will ataNi that the ofacers and soldiers! ...,. - , .:.-.vj.c .e
Jiiie. 91 Kansas. w;w confirm-
ed to-day a. a flri-adier (ieneral of Kan-
Orders have been issued concentrating
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ll rOi,l:nnls and eotnk'iiii.-! of mi-h ri-
1.1 the western St a' es at im point rear
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. w '..' .1 i-iiif . t I. ia A ti ... -'i.w,,t.,n .-w-i
..v... .I..K.I.T, 0 ton. ..t.io.i o. j
oe perfected within control of liu- Depart-
Tho rebels have sunk rchoonofi by
d!,A. fl'llt. tl t 1,:,,.,I.... 1 . . r ... ...
um,, uvui iiivii ty4i.c-iit.ajii tun i.uiici
(i.jti. McClellan has so far iecoverd as
to be able to be out.
lt u not true that (len. Scott telegraph-
ed that ho was on a mission cf paco
from Louii Xapoleon, though il is upjios
ed it is his objeel in returning to this
been a rrreat exodus of Sena -
tors, members, and mililary udiciaN to
day, leaving the city very iiiet.
Ao btiitness bcisun of Conresi will be;
held until aily in January .
St. Louis, 21.
Tho rebel prisoners, 1,200 in number,
rri veil late Ia.t niht, umler escort of a
battalion of the 2oth Indiana, commanded
by Col. Davis.
The train consisted of about thirty-lix
Quarters not being ready, the prisoners
were kept iu the car.s until 9 o'clock lhi
morning, when preparations were comple-
ted for their removal.
(Jen. llalleck wa on hand with two or
thiee members of his stall.
A detachment of Vidiere took a posi
tion around tho depot, to keep the crowd
There wa visible in the countenances of j purposes, and has long 6tood, both in this
a majority villainy of the worst and dep-! country and Europe, as the highest authori
est dye. j ty iu the mechanic arts and sciences.
Numbers of tho prisoners were boy j Then is no publication moro valuable to
not over sixteen or seventeen years of-the farmer, the miller, the engineer, the
age, and tfiey developed by their look j UoU founder, the mechanic or the mar.u-
that they were tools in the hands of de-
During tho march to the college the
we thro'iired wiih srectatone.
at tho head of tho column of piuon-
Tho (piarters at the college are very
cotnfoi table, and tho prisoners will fare
far belter than they have done for matiy
Tho next installment will bo quartered
in the Statu tobacco warehouse.
XlAV Vl'itK, D. c 21.
Tho Tribune's special from Washington,
of tho 23d, ays :
Wo leara Lord Lyons had to-day an
other interviow with Mr. Seward. It is
understood, upon what seoms to be good
outhoiity, that lho meeting was friendly j
seemed to U in doubt whether he cculd
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!uo ' '-
si?, h id formally renewed his previous I
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in l au o.s jor Ubnmas.
'A Cabinet meeting is to bo hell
mor:iw, ;i wl.j -h it is thought tl
lie i ;r
will be tir-ro':;; hiy discussed,
'lutelii: '- n as received here to-day
that Gen. k .-ii y was at Hancock, and
ahoul to move toward Winchester by way
of Martinsburg, driving the rebels fiom
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mat section 01 the Mate as, ho proceeded,
and re opening the Bakum,, and Ohio
Uaüroad as m as pratrtirable.
'Money has gone to Kans s to pay the
arreais du, the tioops raised there to whip
Missouri rebels; SSU'J.UUU is the sum.'
ihe tommtrcul Advertiser s dispatch
front Washington, of this evenin" ?avs:
It is not expected that Congress will
transact ay fut titer business until after
(en. Lander has recovered from his
wci-ndw received at Lefsburg.
Th Mexican treaty is before the Sen
ate committee, but wiil not be reported
upon till alter tho holidays.'
Xew Yohk, Dec. 2 1.
The Times publishes an interesting
were confined in the Charleston jail at the
timy of ihe great conflagration there, and
they only escaped from the jail, which was
, hurnt, b) leaping froai a window, no efl'ort
sj,,,, ni.4je to lve lhcLa hy lho' charles-
j Col. Carcoran, J.ieut. Kurd behoves,
Beaufort or the Tsorih, and has not sdr.c
bcn heard from.
According to Lieut. Hurd'g rspresenta-
! .' . t
;Uon, me national prisoners now in4
juU;h are treated iu the most brutal and
On thj floor of tho House of Eepresen
talives, Col. IVuke, of Illinois, speaking
i of tho piopriety of (Jen. Halloek's order
j to exclude slaves from his line.-, said:
j Mr. Fouk (opp.) of 111. Haviiur
ithei hioked unon ih ord..r .-. most wis,-
and saluta; v. The allusion made bv tie
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rnouiwfr l-n i ennsv vanta as to the .
I . a .
; ty and rid. y 0f the slavey, is wholly j
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'm,ini.i I . t tt- .,nd ,.1 1.- ! f..l..
. '.-o. 2 t..o
j representations of a slave on the 7th of
'X- 11 Ti .
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. aui ei.ioei i.tv.. 1 ;um my reiuietil were
; le i into an ambuscade by 1 no of tl.eee
(unaway slaves. Every vror I saiJ about
these blacks is untrue as to their fidelity
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1 (,v.i v. h i i :i . i:ifv h -. i i
I and the whole army V.-ill S.aiid by Ceil.
' Ilallcck to li e IrsI upon that order. I
I repeal what l as been said by the gentio-
j man Mr. IJIasrj thai the blacks did come
to Cairo and into I ho cam) to sell produce,
! anil on iheir return communicated the
j situation of our army. They did this at
Faducah and at other camps. These
' facts I kiuw. and everv in. in ihn nrmv
1 ' r ... j
J enn f ubstantiate what I say. 1 sent one
! f the? fpi.-s to G?n. McClernand, who,
I know, had revealed the position of tho
camp when wo wore surrounded by -10,-UUU
or oJ.UOO of tho enemy.
1 Ml 1 1
WTiaJ llw -.cyH v Journal Kiiys.
'We do not helicvo that ev.n i:i lid.; !,.
. ---.-w-. ...... .........
e i ,, . ,
of cheap publications any woik can
1 1 J v..t..
uuic KMsviuniiö man inu icruia oi lite
Scientific American at S2 per annum, nidi
twenty-five per cent discount for clubs of
; ton. It forms a ycrly volume of 8r2
j pages quarto, with an immense number of
oiiginal engravings of patented machines,
valuable inventions, and objects of scien
tific! interest ; there is not an industrial
puisuit which does not receive a share of
its attention. It contains official lists of
patent claims; important statistics, practi
cal, practical receipts for useful domestic
j facturer. Wo have never opened a num
ber without learning something v.e nver
1 knew before, and obtaining valuable infor-
: mation for tho benefit i f our readers. The
publishois, Messrs. Mi nn it Co., of 07
Park Kow, Xew York, have deserved the
Biiccese which they iiave achieved. Xo
0110 should visit that city without calling
at their palatial establishment, which is a
museum (ul' inventive genius, collected from
the ei.tiie vo:hI. If any of our fi ieo,l j
away oil in t!.-- country do not know this
woik, and v 1.! take our advico, they will
mail - ati.i i '. 01110 Kubscribers inunedi.
ately, or b) aj.lviug to tho Publishers
thoy can obtain a specimen copy gntlis,
which will surely confirm the tiuih uf our
Wo fully i-ulorst tho above, and would
recommend our readers to tako Prentice's
advice, and bubsciibo for the paper. A
new volume commences on tho first of
January, and it being a valuable work of
'Lord Lyon., who some days
reference, containing, as it does, the only
ollicial ha' .f patent claims puliüshed m :
iht couniiv, every tiumber should be'
preserved. Tiie paper is published every j
Saturd.av. I. iiie well known 1 a enl a "-!,!?.
! Mf.X iV Co., who i ave c-'li'liif . I
paper duiing t lie past i. cen v-.s.
In addition to fiu his'.iii s ti'M-tnien ,
eopies of the pnper gratis, the publishers'
will sen a p -nnjddet of advice to invent
ors, free of char.;.'. !
A Id. e s. MUXX JL- CO., j
r. , r.i i. :i .w, Xew Y
32 A SOX I V Vil T 2 V A 2..
The numbers of Flynioulli LuJe No. HJ, will
celebrate the aiiiiivcrsari of t J olni t'..o L. au-
Masons in pio l stauding, together will, ttieir '
.u.mu. j ,ul lllHKU t'i ilUlU l. J
By order of the Committee of Arrangement. j
riynumth Lod-e No. 1-1'., V. U. M., holds j
bi regular comimu.!.atim everv two ..!.- J
he I'ridy evenings before and afur eaeh fid i
M. II. RICK, W. M.
M. A. O. IV-KAnn, Fcc'v
J 1 3 1 .V
O rJi" 1 O ZZ .
The advertiser having be,-n restored to health
in a ery few weeks bv :i very ;ni;,!e reined v after
h.ivin.- Suir.,ied sevcMl veard with a voro i,mw
lind a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Hron-
Müt &c: Thc w: "!f ' ' f " '
senumy the prescription is to benefit the afaicte.1,
ami spread information which he conceives to be
invaluable, and lie hopes everv buiTen r will trv
his reme.lv, a? it will cost them nothing, ami m iv
prove a bicssin.
Tarties wishing the prescription will please a.l-
lira-. ED'.VAUD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Countv,
J. S. SCOTT,
Centinixf. to pay especial attention to ih,- Coö.-e- u i:u'' ',l
tion of Claims, S.itisfact.ry reference as to char-1 2'j2V7 YOKE WEEKLY ARGUS.
acter and responsibility, given in riymouCi an 1 1 It is pul.uud n r.i.irt,, f,n nu tJie si0 of th;
elsewhere: ; leading .No- York UCk.i.s; and we promise
' "'y," d A.-ne... ::.r.l IVjuitmeats, i ifs Market
, O.IJ.H t s.u.!!;, a, 1 oi.ii-r nspects it shall be at
' ii',tt i.jii.ti ;. iiiiv Ki-i i
t'iiUT-r?i f'zzrvil or 21 Pay.
Da. Swank will be at the Ivhvard.s House from
; ; .0.. r :. r.i. ..... . .. ' .
ji.iii am Lt-, lit tie Micccs.-i.ii ire urn 'in 01 v una ;
; he is scarce! excelled bv any rhvsJfh-n in the''
! ... ' .
, w. I , I . J L . I." .1 II L 7 - I . II. ,1.1.'- Ill It'll'
I 11' ! IP I - tl rcni- ir ,'i- . , t i , r.
the hc.-f iiiftiical schools in the Tinted States, and
.1 1 . t : 1. :.. 1 .: . . : ... . . v ; . 1
iüu;ii in ui-i'lwii'SMi 1 as. ;i pmc a , ; i
. 1 1
IKIS I,.,! au 1Xpt.r,.n,.c. of s.ao twontv vcats in
practice. Iha hs rcpurdi. n is too w,M i",, ,n to
1 " tt t tt -
neea reeominen tui--. lie ucanls ail prisons
onlv of inno nt and etl'eciua! reiie?-
tia s s-. ectiiig and picp triiig his m.Hlii-ine-? h'm-
self. They are pleasant to t.tk
.1IM-..- I .1
, .t sH K-mng
! ' '5
or tt.."jitaaun', i:u orana ; an l cmi-i
j iieii.ar.i inn ucpuC'i u tumig in 'l'li'e lii. i
t : . . ..... . .. . .-i- t
! He deals honestly with his patients; if he thinks h
cannot benefit t:it m, he will tell them ss, as it ii
no physician's interest to deceive his patients.
See his Circular (which is half the !.-' of a com
mon newspaper) contains from thirty-live to forty
2:000 ccttincates 01 eases ol cancer. lie 1.1s -red.
He has r.Iso more than a hundred specimen of
Cancers he took out preserved in s7.i1 in.
lb. ...,,r.. :. f.,11 ..r ,...n,.;...,, ii;,
charges arc rc:i?on:itlo
i ouiiM'i nee u nur' c.
.t'a:K.:::::.vii:s. VWU snal i'izrülcr.
Cincinnati, July 1, s."H.
Dr. C. W. Uobac:; Dear Sir: In reply to in-
quirics made of me, it gies me pleasure to s;ly,
that Mrs. N. Atlee.of the Soeictv of I'liends, and
1 c .1 t . 1. t , -
i idow of the late Pr. Atiee ot ( nu imi iti, pievi
, . . . ,. , .
ous to her going cast, expressed her coididcn- e
tin. fllic.icy of your Scandinavian Remedies, and
the bunt lit she dctived from u-in them. She had
f been .uneinig from general pro.-tration nt turn s,
bo1, -, , , ,
' I U-ilig over sevciity-Mx years of ago, and oplithal-
.. i n : .i . c
I know many who have used year niodieincs,
and speak decidedly of the benefit? dei ived, thus
testilying of their renovating inllucncc in purify
ing the blood and giving vigor and energy to thc
.system. They have my cordial a; pioval.
Respectfully, your obedient servant,
deel 2 4Ütt S. J. r,Kovv-N.
The -opartncrhip herclofore cxi-ling bet 1 eon
M.Stolland 11. Holt, is this day dissol vt d by mu
tual eoiisont. I). IIollz 15 autho.-i.t -1 to receive
all monies due the firm, and will pay all ind. -bted-
nes ol t!ie same. 1 ins :mu i.i v of I'l. t ini
-1 in.. 1 r,
tciii. 1 ue oiisincss win oc com 1 nil- o ov 1 . 1 ion, j
11. l': i - ?'! ti v a. t.
declO I). 11D1.T..
From Iii Mi-linw.ika lailrrpisc
Worltiy 1" rii.
11. 1 ,i ig tin- in. 111 it iiit iiit .s oiii .i -i 1,1 im iiii,i 1
.'. ir . 1 ......... i.' .:
under the head of Patent M- lit ' :ie-, it is aieiit-fto
Know that some of them are vain ddc i p uaii-.ns,
ill do u h it i- , i. timed for them .01 1 are w.rth .'
iio and place in every family. I-- lon-ing t i.n
class may le ru iiiioned, I r. It"'aek.s Sc.tiidii.-i-vian
Uemodit s, IJiood I'urilier a-; I llluon I'ih-.
i,K.i, ;uo ni(1t t xcclh nt pr. p.ir.m. . ; and nhu-ii
h ive thedesiiod ctVoct in all cases for which their
i.se i intended i
bike thouaii.ls of others w e hear porsonal wit-
noss to thi, having ucd them in our own faindv
.vitli thc be-1 Olm i. We are also acquainted wit
m.ui v who speak w: oil .1 A in praise of those
One of mr loading business men miv, that bv
the use of only four bottles of the Pu 1 lie r, he re
ceived more than one hundred doliars benefit J
Ilia difVioulty w as erysipelas.
Wo express our thanks for a liberal present ij
these remedies for use in our family.
See Advertisement in another column.
una aim imiauimaueii oi tue i.ice. t annus rcmc- 3 ..u.i? x .rgus, one car.
1 " ratjs'. "
dies were resorted to without relief, when some. n ." . .
.. . , , , ,. l"ei-ipHoiis n jiv com. nonce with .tnv number.
lneiids rccomiiiiMiUc.l .1 ooino ol our .eamlui 1- 1 ...... ,.s :..;. ,.r -,, - n..i.
J 1 lu ,!t liter ontauimg teiuiliaiiees or olhcr-
vian Rlood Purifier and R'.ood PilU. They had the j wise, should be addressed lo the undevsi 'tied eor-def-ired
e fleet, and she w as considered as icr-toicd , '" "l h'oadway an.i I'aik l'lace, (.;i,uc Citr
PLYMOUTH , INDIANA ,
Tili Ksri.iv lilmm;. mnmu jc, mi.
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Ii A NO.
TICKIH'.-?. INCLUDING SL'ITKR, S3,
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order will be Vept in the Hall
10 :ommrnce at oviock, r. m. rcrfcct
J5v order of
1 A Dcraccratic CoiicCrvntivG T1ct
! ti.o City cf New York.
''HIE NEW YORK WEKHLY ARCUS.
' -n .
" union and llaintaiii
! im'l.!lilJ-' the l num. Tho great want has been,
i Mines thv Nrvv York T,ibu,.e t, AllitiomXn Ind
j a'1 k'ads of Kaoiealisin a papir conducted ith
' h'l-t an 1 pru-lt-nee, wifhcjtreet appreciation of
y ;.,..tm .... i piu tcnce, winicjireet apureciation of
. tue true puncipies of our (Jüvermnent and ft.Jelity
: to th.-m; ,i, all rej ects a lir.-t class newspaper, anil
vet attonle.1 at a price biin.-in- lt within the reach
! !vl" Ia ':'cs ut 1,10 i'eoplc throughout the Cuua-
The undersigned, f;(
...... , ' j i . kin-u connection witli
ri-i . ,.v.M ....... . .
I tl;e .U,.any A this A: Argus,,;,,. u( i;,e 0'4dest and
.et km.wii l)cr.i..cratio paj.cr.s in tiie L'nion luve
(been .-n, untly urged, dunn the la?t three or
j lour vcais.to r. 4,lt.i to this dem md. hy csUb
I ll:U?Z ;l ci l 'VeckK NewspajH r in the City
! i, aJ:irtl'd general circulation.
U v VK-..I to tue wi?lu-s f our poiiti.il friends,
and h ue then-tore tran-!c-;-cd the publication of
the Uck1, Atia cV Aivus to theC.tv of New
; 1 u-K, where it will heie..;'Lcr be ksueU under the
, , . . - ' l .i "III ViiV.
v iii.e tt.'vot.n,- mi it our own roitorlil services, it
a1-" iiyi'u oi t! ,.,,ui-.. time and constant
?l,r 'i ui .nr. i,i.i' i mij-p ... - i
C.i.v Li 1 t AIS i , JCit. W"I I.l.f . l f jj
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llli.it. .1... t I
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: i lli::u !it in its i.r;!,. ... ,. . :. .
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i r'4' ": ini treat ltitr
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, . - '".' 1 c.i. a; ,g purpose of
.1.1. .11. t 4. ui. , .mi to cncrali them
1: 1 1 .. .IWH
; up ..1 my ana a lniwn.-natiia of the (jov-
e.n.u, a., .-i.ii,..i.,-t National. Attae same time
uuy v... 1 ;-!:v- iu, ui,;, l!lt. r ,,...,K.r4 K. u..t
i"i; " :- : -v-i-.ti xi.-wspap.-r. 'I';,
iie latest ii.t..!!i.
g-uc-i. r i-j anddi.me.oc-w aiwavs a: fear
in ihe c.-mmoi papri. ; ., j. . Commercml
IK purlin. : t 1 ;.i euil.ra. -.- the lullest auJ rnot re
.:.w.e m:oin..tU..n, including correct and ample
rep..:-:. ..t lue U.lWy, IV.kIuc and Cattle Mar-
..'. , Mill
commercial tranMeti..ns. t;,eat care will also be
besiMwed i:p..;. the Lit-rary character of the ta
per, and Mich othe. ..li-iiMl and .s.-b-rf.-.l ,-ti..i..
els at .u'.v :u,l orlwr t...,.n,,.. : .
jnoticsofnert pubiitMlioi.s., , wi.l be civen. V
i i-i 1 c
to inter, s; the t. adt 1. Tor the b.-n-
t ut oi ti.at .i.-vc el.tsstn -a-'cd in -n:iiv.f...T ,1..
m-Mud give j.ii:nucn.vto agricultural sub-
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in i!t .. t .1.-1 . .
1 carciu iv so ti
Hi-t.;ii?i.t.. s ... 1 it
4iu.i tue icaniu.
.hniriuis of the couutrv.
rV J- ii j ;
The Xi:v.- York Wi t Ki.x Argis is published iu
Cuaito lm iii, each mouSu r containin-' ci-Itt oa -es
or orty eight coliiiiu.s, j.n;.Ud m, lJCtt and hand-
some tpe, m the bc.-t le. It will be fcruishec
10 su;Tl-1't,s ü.e loho in-terms, payable ai
wins in advance.
v;,,..!.. v, 1, .;
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l hi t e ei ii-s o:.e year. .
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CO.USTOCk A: CASSIDY. PropYs.
D. L VAXVUKENBNttll,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
:: :: INDIANA.
PLYHOUTII. :: ::
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Collet liens, and all ot! cr business will receive
prompi aiicu:. on.
Ui.;cci.ptaiis inthe r.auk Ruiiding. 45tf.
N.'lit-e is herebv -dv.-n that the u.-dersi- n.-.l . 5M
on tue Kt.iay oi I .vombet , I Mil. at tin 1
- - 1,1,
I... lice o. ..i'.t 1,1.
1.0 c c. in i o.u t.wnhip iu
1 i.l. iv salt- .1 I.i-.' . ...... .....
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vi i'i i on .1 j 1 ,,..-, i v 01 .0:1. ii. 1 11 1 ho o-i
He ! the
Min iii . . i.i, -i-ii-i;
fill lilllUO, Il !!..!, Ill
go. Inn.-, .u.,,1 and Lift he;j
- a itts an i iiten.-il-, gniu
. row 1 use e .1
V -., a
til km a-, horses, cat-
tv oi it.isct ll.tiu .iiid
-..! ol w. .1.1 oc 10 the higlicPt
--; oi-ii.Ci, at pi. iie niie'cn. .Ml
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ind 1.Ü..1. o.-n iu han.i: all kiini
ihn i- dodos at a c.v.it of si iii.,i.ti.
viiili apii.)ic.i m i hui v, uitii intccNt fiom
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17Ö Lake M. (IIKK.O.
3 J nt V OM.V Tilt. tNtl'K.
April 2;, 1 tGl i:dy