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DAY'S MEDAL JOIWEIIS,
And ft hantlaom tortmnt of
We ar. prepared to eseonie .very thing in out lint.
Show Hill", I'mirninmf.,
Hand Hills, luvltation,
II I link Kotf, Checks,
rnrapblrm, Ilouki, Ac,
fa lire molt satisfactory manner.
Orders Tilled at Short Notice,
Ami ob ike wry -
Tribune Job Office
IH'KFI. IlAlIiKV Proprietor.
ATTOIINEY AT . LAW.
Urn Colloctinf and Bolnrt Agent; Foitoria.O.
a It. 1j. Griffith,
Attomay and Counacllor at law,
' Tiffin. Ohio.
Inonmatri.: How. JonfOO.lf.
COOTKR Ki WATfONi" KI.AM WILLAMK
tVATSor fe AVILI.AItI,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
VTI'.l'tliil rnnmpi tr to ill kind, of lf:il au.i nr;
' ' ": i I'.mni.n'ial Row, Tiltin, ( lliin. novj
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
binvtr'f Slock, Opposite Conrt. llouoo. ITn
OCIS ill -it
J. Ik. HOICl,
AIT'OSNEY AT LAW,
T I Hill. Ohio.
OFFICE in Shawhan'a Nav llluck, orrr Flrlri-r'.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
: 1 ' ' , NOTAHV PtllMC,
Ail OanarnllnuiraiKa Agont. Orlicawilk W. P.k
U. Notil, Tiflin, tihio.
Attornovs and ConiiRullors at Law.
time, la Binfar'. Naw Ulock, oppotito tho Court
JOHN 0. LKF. KKLaON I- aar.rrof
IiO Ac Ilrewrr,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND
Solicitor In 4'linncnrv.
Rooms, inHinyr-r'f New lllnek, oppoalla tlia Cnarl
lloaaa. Tirlin.Alny Mlli,'3n-tt
LBANDKR ITKM. WIM.IAM M.JOHNaONc
.Mr ill A: JoIiiihoii,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
OF KICK, in UecIfrrVNcw Htopk.ovrrVottinar'.rloth-
Ina .tora: Main .treet. 1'rolVa.ionnl tniaine.. anri the
oalladion of ail kind, ol I'l.trn promptly attaniled to.
Turin, llee. 171h. II w.
J. J. Sterner,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
llaimained the nrnetire. and will aire Uriel attention
to all hn.ine.f entrusted to llim. Olliee in lite corner
Kbert'a lllock, directly ahova the Mure roenl of Mr.
ueorpe Taylor, and opposite the Bftuwnan House.
Vvilliam II. Davenport,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Vofarv M'tiblle. anil
Commiitaiiinor .r Kentucky " Califurnio.
OFFIt:li North East Corner Fonrth and Walnot
Hlreels, Cincinnati, Ohio. ranirnlar attention paid
te Notarial ha.in.s. ami Ukinf lM.lllons. oetV3-lr
COLtKCTION AND LAND AGENCY,
JOXES & THOMAS,
Lonernl Cnliectine and Land Agents, will promptly
attend to Ilia eolleotion of all claims entrusted to their
oare, in Weosoa and ajljoiniae Coaatiee. Vlli also
attend to eases whaie Wjral aiU ioa is needed in Prose
eotlnf sails before Jn.liurs orthe Peace. 1'er.ons wish
ing to buy or sell land orTown Property will And it
their anrasuire Uir. u aeau.
J. V. JON F.B.
, V'. THOMAS.
Baraa; to Pslhhi fc Masti, Finrllay.
(ioiT or HaowHS, 41
W. P. k H. Noblx, Tilnn.
Pee. H, 1MH rf.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
General Laud Agent;
Would reined fully inform the public thai lie haa con
clad wilh hi nractica B ntrnlar
I tlali nine.
fer.otiawtt-l.tnr to DO? laanni or i nwn i.oi,
And it to their advaiitare examine hit Wki of an
.trie for location, price, tenui, Hilei, kte. and thme
wi.hma; to havo hie a rMT tenium, d leafing
.dearnitUnn o4 propert y , term., fin. , foi entre.
frtVDrf.ce la Htiawkaa'aConmeiTlai Ulock.aver tlio
CASH PAIU FOR LAND WARRANTS.
CIVIL ENGIWEEB AND
CO 8 17: IU ITJ7.T.
OIVs In Boa whan'. Bletk, arcr lira Vaok .f Tltfla
WILLIAM U ALL VI",
riork anil Watch-Maker.
Allkiiidfof w&tchei kcptconsUutlj onhund
Store In Commercial Kor.
Tiftin.Sopt. 17th, 1H51. ly
? 1 C. C. K E EC H,
ITaU. Cds. Fnr. DulTalo.Robee,
Kackskia and Woolea C.l.es,and MittM.l Mo. 148
Water street, Handusky, Ohto.
rvlli'liest cash prices paid for all kinds af Fars
and Skins; also deals la trokea bank aad aueirrenl
rnoaey, gold and silver coin, elc.,rle. sepii-ir
Tiffin & Ft. Wayne Rail
Road. Office of the T. & Ft. W. K. R. Co.,
inRoflloa oriltlseaaspanyla ueiwauantlv lock'
fad ia t'tliHi.arta the various roirms oevnirted, ara
la toe tad story of Tuinns Hlock; enner of Main and
ferry streets. n. a. atu.tirir.t.lJ, eec'y
0. F. MILLER & CO.
DK.M.KRMIa HrOVKH, aad Manuraolnrers ofTia,
topi'ei d;ellroa ifl'ara. Hfpuaite UiaCoart
Hunt, la rtln.er'i tllock
, Aim l , lfSH r
; SHiWHAI HIES! EAMER SHBP.
A MM. KM ra.paeliv.ly informs tha public that
t barbae shop, adjoialng tho hhawbaa Hons,
epoa at all hours, where ha is ready ta give eiistoejier.
guod shave, a trim haircut, and a tuiariaat shamrMroning
al reasonable rales, lie keen, oahaad a.T au and
lerative rorsh. .-ir, atol wiuaana g.nta.i... m .
,m.i,. - - A. Ml Ltd.
BKfiR 1,4ir In Infnrwt kit IY.nll thfoofboot th
eoxntrv, thtt h hat
ENLARGED HI3 STORE,
on Murk tttel, whvr b kavpt kand .; anl
ilBtlid omtnl of
HOOTS AND SHOES,
Doots for tho larmcrl
Uoota for the Workman.
Boots for the Lawyer,
Poota for tlio BovbI
Shoes and Gaitora for tho Women!
To the Ladle.
I havo Kd mp mr rmom In l'i-ton mn umprm-
. to wftit on Twj rtfhl. I (. plam.id ttm-l.
of (.ativn.HhpnoraMml Htntoa, jt nrw)ilT fnr !
inocmpi,'"- I Kutp (first vtork M taiWPTif'.cfrit
oUtin.' of Huimr. Tm, Cofff , TnN-wwo. 9rr., which I
Morton. -I hv ft lirr ftAck of Fiwj NotlM.iV
Jin.. I which I invito UtonlttM.
muH iai JOHN HOUCK.
Sew Ctootl! Iew foolft!!
MIHf-F.HA.AM. A.lirnND ARFthiotUror!,
ia Urx4ok of Millinery tod Fancy Uoodi.
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
Plnm, Ritlni, VlTtt, l.lk, l.arfi, FmhrntiUf
tut Tlinnrt, N Pitt", nnd nil tho trtr..a nf aorh
an ilftbhlimnt to whlclt th attention of th lei'li of
HnAt cnttMivanit virlnilv (rtai'ftrtfnllvfnviloil. Th
Rlonk U ot tlio bit quality and will hanlrf ehoprrthan
bt hoo(tilliovrhrt. All hi ml of .Millinery work
Honainiho Uiot ityl wtlhditpatrh.
A Itborilnliroant intiw to country nilftnort. amo
furtalo i:&nr1a HJv, th bft mmdr Uat km or
hin '(rovrrari for ltnri, Ronld, fcivpili. Flon,
Hntli.rhantdhAadiand al)t)iiao and ininrioi of tho
Room in Tnmu'i Block.onnoiite thtHkawhan llonar.
" A RARE CHANCE ! "
To pvrton wishing to pawhat
CARRIAGES, I1UGGIES and WAGONS.
Ilavlnrwld1 our Mnnufactorv. we ara an lont to di
noe ot nnr rrmn(nintitttli of Cnrrtar, llttf f iet, 9iv.,
mhrarinf vmry ttylo and variety wt II tell ai redored
irlfri or okchango lor good aegoiiablc paper. We want
Saddle Ml o r 8 e !
Medium lite, well hroke; alun a good
f mWt hr., wH brnba, fhr latly to tAyty or
black color preferred aiptjr aoon.
THE BEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL.
French Pattern. Flint Glass
FOR 8 M.E at Miller'. FtmePtore. Tlier r tem
pered to stand boitini hoi Tritit. withnnt breakina
from hent, aad ren,iiire no India Unklier, Tin .r Cork,
to render them Air-1 ight. Mease cnll and get a supply.
niinna i;. r. niii,ur.H.
THR partarraliip exlatinp between R.Totnh, John
T- rlota ami (imo. R. Ilaa, kivir.eOil dav enireii
the nmlfrisned hnvt aoetnted tliermelvea Injfrther
for tho purpose orenntinning the oniineta of I uinl,
imis m. to., onuer the lami nnme ana ityle at hereto
There nil! be no tntermptlon In the bnnei a here-
toforeoomlnrtrd, and the inme rnlut will be observed
ill tliepayment ot interest. vix:
.i mnniiia 4 per tent.
4 .1 5 1
13 6 "
fVrtlfVMfti.ih alleaaet parrble on demand.
B. TO Mil, JOHN T. Ill HH, O. K. HUBS.
A. ii. 8N KATH, JOHN lai.MU.
S. Wenner & Co.,
Jefferson St., near Gorman Catlio
lie Church. Tiffin, Ohio.
AFI N K.tork of the latest stvles of Hi'Illr,, etc., fin
ished io the be.t manner and nf the moil dnrslile
materials, contnntly on hnml, and proniptlv made to
order. ml'ST. 11. rt. YVENNF.R k CO.
Dr. aT. McAdoo,
ITTH.I. proniplly altand to all calls, either In Tif
M tin or eountrv. In adiiiinislerine to the afflicted.
Pnrtleularatlenrioa paid to Femnle diseases. Hhnwer
anil Hlnnga batlis connected with the oltice, medicnteil
wnendeeine',n'ae,ssarvby himself. Ulnae aastol toe
Wooden llMjge VVartl, Tilfia, Ohio.
Itugpy X Carriage Manu
facturer, East of tlie Cour Hoime, ou Murkct Street.
- Mrs. L. C. Allen,
Milliner & Dress Maker,
Room over F. K . Phawlian's store, Main street.
Tiltin. Ohio, Oct. 13th. 1HS8 ora
II. C. IIEILIIAICZ,
0FF1CP. in Phawhan'a niock, rl store, directly
un lartha Triboua Oflica, Market str.el, Tiffin, O.
A NO Dealer In Ready-Made Clothing, Cloths,
i a. caoaiinerna, v rsiings,aie.
rttnraoa Main street, opposite tha Senaea Coaaty
JAS. D. WHITNEY
Wholesale Grocer and Commisscn
Merchaal, No. 31 1 k 313 Water rHreet, directly onpo-
ure Cin. at llayion R R Depot, Handasky, Ohio. Ks w
and refined Hngars, Molasses, Hvru,s, kire, Htarch ;all
nnalities of Hosps and t)andles, Tea, Coltee, Mitt. Or-
rlers fur Fi.tr, Halt, Plaster, Water Lima, etc., prompt
ly filled, no oarlagoonargeo. - sopa-ir
BANK OF TIFFIN:
81IAW1IAN'M NEW BLOCK, .
Is now Organized and prepared to
transact a general Hanking hetlneas. This bank will
pay interest on irenosite, as lonows:
S aionths, 4 per eeet,
a j s. , ,
E. IIORHP.Y, Prest.
seplO-lf A. O.BaasTH, Casb'r.
(I.ATK PORTER It LYTLE,)
' Wholesale Grocer.
And Commission Merchant;
Dealer fnWines, Liquors, Cigars, sporting and blnst
ingl'owder, Ite., Moraiaa Hail, ".vatar street, Haa
dnsky, Ohio. slu-tt
(formerly called the " City Iloute.")
LEVI WEIRICK, Proprietor.
The andersignrd desires to Infoim all his friends and
the fate patron, of llie One House, (now the llnvls) that
his bolul is ready for ifie receplion of goesls. The
house hue Ween re-l,eilt, re-ferulshed and I. now as
rw,tias BUT talhecounav.
anw bava atablineanoHghloaoeommodateany nam
herofborses,and willalwaysbavo annliuodnnce of feed.
a.a,i 4 It f,imi n..
Tillln' October 1. 1KS8 15 If
J. C. 11AK1E1S,
Groceries & Provisions
Pare Wloe ao4 Liquors,
Tobeoao, Frails. Not., Caadle., fce . Snyder's Block.
Waehiugtoa flreul. TlRia.o.
A I '-
persons indebted to Thomas Maafor Boots and
hboesare retiuesied lo make imaiediate payment
he mast pay bis debts! aad ail those owing him mu.t
do the same, lor my book, roast b sellled within 3'l days.
TimeMeicritfM, looKapia TilOMAa t:..
mm WnWw Stiknc
THE OLD FOLK'S ROOM.
'TL old man ant ly tlia cliininoi t'ule.
Ilia face van tirinkloi and van;
And he looru-d twtli hand on hi itutit oV can
Aa if all hia work were don.
Ilia el of Rood old fhaliioned Rra.V,
Tb pockcla wcro difp and wido.
Where hia "so-a" and hia atocl tuliacco box
Lav anugly aids by aiJo,
Tho old man liknd to atir Uio firr,
So, near li i tit tlia tongura worn kj.t.
Sometime, he muaed aa h gaaod at tho coala,
Somvtiinoa he eat and elegit.
What aaw he in the cmhe-rs thrrc?
Ah! pictun a of other yt'ara;
And now and then tht'y wakened amilea;
But oftener aiarted Ur..
Ilia good wife aat on the oilier aide,
In a liih-loked, flag eoat chair,
I aoe 'nrath the pile of her muslin cap
The thcen of her iilTer hair.
Therc'a a hnppy look on her aged fnce(
Ai the busily knita fur him,
And Nellie takei tip the atitchca dripped,
For grandmother'a eyei are dim.
Their children com and rend the newa,
To pnaa the time each day;
TTow it atira the Mood in the old man't heart,
To lirnr of the world away.
Til a homely aoene, I told you o.
Mnt pleasant it la o new;
At leant I tliought it o niynclf.
And aketvhed it down for yon.
Bo kind unto tho old mv friend.
They're worn rith thia world'a atrife,
Though bravely once erchnnee Oiey fought,
The .tern, fierce battle of life.
They taught our youthful feet to .limb
I'parard lifn'a rupged ateep;
Then let ua lend them gently (Joan
To where tho weary alecp.
Speech of Mr. Langston.
Mr. Lanppton, one of the Obrrlin "rcs-
ciiors' (colored) was tried It the late term
of the U. S. District Court, at Clevcliuid.
Before acntonce was passed npon hiin,he
tnado a ahort Bpccch by permixaion of the
Court, which for eloquence end truo pat
riotism, lias rarely been excelled. We
have not apace for the entire upocch, but
give only two extracts, which will nerve
to show itn character:
"The law tinder which I am arraigned
is an unjust one, one made to crticli the
colored man, and one that outrages every
feelitip; of humanity tin well an every rule
ofRi'ht. I have notliinp to do with its
constitutionality; about that I enre but
little. I have often heard itsuid by learn
ed and good men that itwua unconstitu
tional; I remember tho oxciteitvcnt Hint
prevailed throughout all tho freo States
when it was passed; and I remember
how often H ban been said by Individuals'1
conventions, communities and legislatures
that it never could be, never nhould be,
never was meant to be enforced. 1 had
always believed until the contrary appear
ed in the actual institution of proceedings
that the provisions of thia odious statute
would never bo enforced within the bonds
of this State.
But I have another reason to ofTer why
I should not be sentenced, and one that I
think pertinent to tho case. I Jiava not
hud a trial beforo a jury of my peers.
I lie common laws ol ivnglann and you
will excuso mo for referring to that.sinco
I am but a private citizen was thnt ev
ery man should he tried before a jury of
men occupying tne same position in the
social scnio with himsolf. That lords
should be tried before a jury of lords ;
that peers of the realm should be tried be
fore piers ofthe realm: vassals before
vassali , and alient before aliens, and they
must I ot come from tho district where
the crime was committed, lest the preju
dices of either personal friends or foes
should affect the accused. Tho Consti
tution of the United States guarantees
not merely to its citizen but to allper
tatu m trial before an impartial jury. I
have had no such trial.
Tho colored man it oppressed by cer
tain universal and deeply fixed prrjudicei.
Those jurors are well known to have shar
ed largely in these prejudices and I there
fore consider that they were neither im
partial, nor were they a jury of my peers.
And the prejudices which white people
have against colored men grow out of the
fact, that we have as a people consented
lor two hundred years to be tlavet of tho
whites. We have been scourged, crush
ed and cruelly oppressed, and havo sub
mitted to it all tamely, meekly, poacen
bly; I mean as a peoplo, and with ruro
individual exceptions, and to day you
see us thus, meekly submitting to the pen
alties of an infamous law. Now the A
mericans have this feeling, and it is an
honorable one, that they will respect those
who will rebel at oppression, but despise
uiose who tamely submit to outrago and
wrong; and while .our people as a peoplo
submit, they will as a people be despised.
Why, they will hardly meet on terms of
equality with us in a whisky shop, in a
car, at a tablo, or even at the altar of
God. So thorough and hearty a contempt
have they for those who will meekly ite
still under the heel of the oppressor. The
jury came into the box with that feeling,
ana so tho Court knows now, and knew
then. The gentlemen who prosecuted
me, the Court itself, and even the coun
sel who defended mo, have that feeling.
I was tried by jury who were preju
diced; before a Court that was prejudic
ed; prosecuted by an officer who was
prejudiced, and defended, thrmgh ably, by
counsel that were prejudiced. And there-
fore it is, your flouor, that I urge by all
is good and great in manhood, that
should not be subjected to the pains and!
penalties of this oppressive law, whou
have not been tried, either by a jury of
my peers, or by jury that were impar
tial. Ono more word and I Lave done.
went to Wellington, knowing that color
ed mon have no rights in the United States
which white men are bound to respect
that the Courts had sodecided; that Con
gress had so eiiucted; that the people hud
There is not s spot in this wido coun
try, not even by the altars of God; nor
the shadow of the shafts that tell the im
perishable fame and glory ofthe heroes
the Kevolution; no, nor in the old Phila
delphia Hull, where any colored man may
dare ask mercy of a white man. Lot me
stand in that Hall and tell aUnited States
Marshal that my father was a Revolution
ary soldier; that he served under Lafay
ette, and fought through the whole war,
end that ho fought forsiT freedom aa naich
as fur his own; and ho would sneer at me
and clutch me with hia bloody fingeraanil
say he has right to tiirko mo a slave !
And when I appeal to Congress, they lay
he has a right to make mo a elave; wien
I appral to" the people, they say ho baa a
right to make mo a slave, ami wnen i "p
peal to your Honor, vour Honor Bays no
haaarieht to msko ino a slave, and if
any man, whito or Muck, seeks ao inves
tigation of that claim, they mako tiiem-
selves amemlnMo to tho puma and penal
ties of tho Fugitive Slave Act, for black
ME" IIAV RO RUillTS WHICH WHITS alliN
ARE Boi'RD To rksi'ECT. Grcot Applause. 1
I, going to Wellington with tho full
know ledge of all this, knew that if that
man waa taken to Columbus ho was hope
lessly gone, no matter whether he had ev
er been in slavery before or not. I knew
that I waa in the same situation myself,
and that by the derision of your Honor if
any man whatever were to claim ino aa
his slave and seize me, and my brother,
being a lawyer, should seek to got out a
writ of hahca corpu to cxposo the falsity
of the claim, ho would be thrust into pris
on under one provision of the Fugitive
yinvc Law, for interfering with tho man
claiming to be in purruit of a fugitive, and
I, by the perjury of a solitary wretch
would by another of its provisions be
helplessly doomed to life long bondage,
without tho possibility of escape.
Borne may amy that there is no danger
of free persons being seized and carrieil
ofTassIsves. No one need labor under
such a delusion. Pir,oiir of the eight
persons who were firrt carried bnck un
der the art of 1850, were afterwards prov
ed to be free men. They were free per
sons, but wholly at the merry of the oath
of one man. And but last Subhath after
noon a letter rame to me from St. Louis,
informing mo that a young lady who was
lormerly under my instructions at Colum
bus; free person, is now lying in the jail
at that place, claimed ustheeluve of aoine
wretch who never saw her before, and
waiting for testimony from relatives at
Columbus to establish her freedom. I
could stand here by the hour and rrlute
such instances. In the vory nature ofthe
case they must be constantly occurring.
A letter was not long since found upon
the person of a counterfeiter when arrest
ed, addressed to him by some Southern
gentleman in which tho writer rays:
"Go among the niggers; find out their
mnrka and scum; make good descriptions
and send to me, and I'll find musters for
That is the way men are carried "back
Wo give tho closing paragraph.
"And now I thank you for this lenien
cy, this Indulgence, hi giving a man un
justly condemned, by a tribunnl before
which he is declared to havo no rights,
the privilege of speaking in his own be
half. 1 know that it will do nothing to
ward mitigating your sentence, but it is a
privilego to bo ullowed to speiik, and 1
thank you for it. I shall submit t the
penalty, bo it what it may. Hut I stand
up here to say, that if for doing what I did
do on that day at Wellington, I nni to go
to inn six months, ana pay a tine ol a
thousand dollars, according to the Futi-
tive isluve Law and such is the protection
the laws of this country afford, me. 1
must take upon myself the responsibility
of self protection; when I come to be
claimed by somo perjured wretch as his
slave, 1 shall never be taken into slavery
And as in that trying hour I would have
others do to me, as I would call upon my
friends to help mo, aa I would call upon
you, your Honor, to help me; as I would
call upon you, to tha iiiotrsoe Attorney
uuu upun you, no juugo jiussj ana upon
you, to hiB counsel" io help me Gon I
stand here to say that I will do all I can
for any man thus seized and held, though
the inevitablo penalty of six months im
prisonment and ono thousand dollars fine
for each offence hang over me! We have
an a common humanity, and you all would
do that; your manhood would require it ;
and no matter what the laws might be.you
would honor yourself for doinir it, while
your friends and your children to all gen
erations would honor yon for doins it, and
every good and honest man wouidsay.you
had done right. Great and prolongod
applause, in spite of the efforts of Court
and Marshal. J
Speech of Mr. Langston. Mr. Forsyth Lets out a Secret---
Contemplated War Upon Mexico.
! "theme advanced in tho President's Mes
that I saSe' nJ to ,,ave heen carried out by
""'';' ofthe war-making power asked by
1 1 Hie Executive from Congress. Fortunate
The chorge of Miramon's party that Mr,
Forsyth, our late Miniutorto Moxico.made
himself odious by Importunately urging
and demanding a sale of Mexican territo
ry, is circumstantially confirmed, by the
disclosures this gentleman has soen fit to
make, in his recent assaults upon tho Ad
ministration lor dispensing with his servi
ccs. He says:
"Upon sending me prolet for a treaty
of cession of territory, General Cass, in
privnto note, wrote
"Tho dispatch of this date from the De
partment will confide to you a great trust.
I know how dillicult is the task
before you; wo all know it well, and are
not over sanguine of success. If you inc.
ceed, it will be a sourco of great sat'iBfac
tion to us; and if you do not, we shall not
impute the smallest bhimo t) you, well
satisfied that what you could not cfioct
could not be ellected under any circum
I remark that this 'difficult task' was
nothing less than to buy a large slice of
Mexico, at a price about one-fourth of what
ma Mexicans valued it at. I worked hard
to curry out the hard bargain, but tho Mcx
icons were too cunning to tuke tho oiler,
and Mr. Duchanan would not allow me to
liicrcuso tlio bid."
This very nice disclosure which, with
the subsequent repudiation of Mr. Forsyth
shows Mr. Buchanan, and hi venerable
Secretary of State, in the same treacher-
mis iigniBs ii eiraeanngs witu Uovernor
a l . .a. a.. ....
Walker and Secretary Stanton proves
purpose on the part of the Administration
to nx a quarrel upon Mexico. This was
to have been followed by the protectorate
ly, all these pinna have fallen throtiili
It ia noticeable that both the Iluchuuan
and Douglas organs, at Washington, are
even now urgently recommending war up
on Mexico, and asserting that tlio coun
try demands an extra session. They wish
to make the mott of the opportunities of
fered by the European war. Cin. tiaz.
. "Ma, ain't tho lightning Ute rains
luaoenr- asaea a utile girl, who bud been
watching its flWie in tlio aky.
"Why, my daughter, what makes you
aakl" said the mother.
"Because, it comes gut'cJIr; just like those
Eains I have here sometimes," laying her
nnd upon her side.
A child in New York, four years old
tho absence of its mother, got hold of
gin bottle and drank freely and riled
two hoars a'ter.
Terrific Fight with a Battle
[From the Peoria Transcript, May 18th.]
W have hitherto aiippoard the day long
since passed for chronicling a big snake
fight In the vicinity of tho Central City,
but such it appoarn ia not the cane, from
a scrnn which recently transpired within
a short drive from tho Court Mouse. Home
of tha older residents, will remember a
building which formerly stood on l'roapect
Hill, about six miles distant from Fooria.
and which wan oYstrcyed sumo seven or
eight-years sinro. During the past sea
son another house was erected near the
same location, and all that has remained
as relics of the old hotel, was a partially
filled rxravnton for eellor, and two well
preserved brick fisl'rns, which had been
kept covered up. Last week, the propri
etor of the place, while busy With his wife
In preparing their summer flower garden,
found himself in the want of a few bricks
for the edge of the walks. Keinembermg
the riatcrnu, he uncovered one of them,
Land finding it dry at the bottom, and only
ahnut six leet in depth, hn jumpeil in, and
coiamencctl throwing out somo ol the best
bruka ho could pick from the walls. It
semis, there was a piece ol plunk With one
eitl partially imbedded in the earth that
autinwhat incommoded him, so seizing it,
wilt some exertion he pulled it out and
thrw it to tho top. What whs hia hor
rolan J surprise, at tho next moment, to
I'm! that ho had unearthed an enormous
ratio Biiuke, and himself without a wcap
onn his hand ! As the cistern was round,
aitj only about five feet in diameter, ho
olid not jump out, and the anako brist
lii(f with anger and rattling dcthnce, was
reuly for battle. I list screams brought his
wle to the scene, but she was so overcome
will fright that she bceamo powerless to
realet any assistance. The snake, In tho
menrt line, had commenced tho light,
t.,biorr i euenteil siirillrf at bint, but lor-
tunuteVvhe managed oil each occasion to
hit him in the head with his boot, without
rereiviil a bite, the snuko all the time
beconiirr more defiant and enrageil. J)ur-
ing the 'hole scene, which lasted several
minutcs.heniaudid not lose his presence
of lnindimt watching hia chance, made
several fantio t fl'orts to jump boldly from
this soeungly pit of destruction. At the
last trinlhe fortunately grasped a brick,
which gre way, with him, and remained
in Ins ban, as ho again stood ironimg ii is
hissing cemv. After a few more kicks,
and wateing his opportunity, ho fired it,
miking job;tbIy ono ol thn best shot on
record, lc it struck the snake on tlio head,
and betwen tho ono sent and tho wall.
he lii-ram a "nretlv well used nil sarimit.
Weak art exhausted, our hero, by the as-
sistanco f his wife, wus enabled to climb
from th( pit, but when onco more upon
the earth ho fniuted away, and it was
somo ttm beforo ho could bo recovered.
For nrveri succeeding days ho was quite
unwell, oiing probably to tlio poisonous
effluvia, inaled; whilo Ins desperate exer
cises in to encounter, rendered him ex
ceedingl) lame. The snake was after
wards tnfen from the cistern, when it was
found to irasure seven feet in lenglh.and
containcilhirtecn rattles! The latter havo
been pro-rvod, and are pluced in ShoafPs
Museum r exhibition.
The Danger of Looking at Molammedan
Ono otho editors of tho Utica Herald,
traveling in the East, has been "looking
lovo to ocs that loved again" under very
provokin, tiraw-hncks, which he thus de
scribes. The letter Ib from Tunis:
"A pltun on these jealous Miisanliuen!
It id alnust worth one's lif; to look into
tho face ,f a woman; and as only tho most
nopelrfm eear'e) su unveiled, you may im
agine ho precious a gTlinpso mr bvwss.y
becomes o a strung t. You must know
that walknr iu tho street is quito out of
question I these eternally raining unyt;
tlio lew Vlioso necessities cull mem out,
go mountd upon mud-shoos, which ruiHo
tho wo.mr somo four inches from terra
fitina. Jy only promenade, therefore,
the housetop, which, a you are aware, Is
fiat in nllVIuhummcdan towns. Now, im
mediately in tho rear ofthe littto hotel at
which I in domiciled, Is Moorish house
of somo retension, imo tho court of which
1 can loU down Irom tlio placo wnero
take my ironing walk. Yesterday I was
taking nmisual bit of exercise, when look
ing dowj into the court aforementioned,
I found I pair of black eyes looking into
mine. Tlio eyes bolonged to a young and
rather petty face. Tlio figure was rath
er riclilyilrossed, and in the Matost fash
ion' of tlft Eastern costume. 1 continued
my walk and the blurk eyes continued to
stare, ow isn't it human nature, when
a pretty .voman looks at one, not to pay
hor tho cmiplimont of looking buck again.
I didn't :horish amorous designs upon the
dusky biuuty, but as she Insmted on feast
ing htr eyes upon tho eightof an uncaged
Christan.I paid hor back in her own coin.
Whikthis very innocent flirtation wasgo-
intr or, thoro darted out an old hag, black
as theace of spades, and as ugly as an
oorre. tho shook her horny list in my lucce
and htrlcd up at mo a tornado of the most
diuholcal and volublo abuse that ever
ajiockti tho ears of mortal. I havo heard
BomotHng of feminine slang In my day.
I haveheen in Post street, whon that clas
sic thoroughfare was in high ferment !
have hturd applo women ewenr until the
air wai bluo around them; I have heard
tho nymphs of the 'Five Points' 'making
night hitenns,' as excited policemen were
bearing their disheveled sisters to the
Tom'js; I havo heard the fish-women
Lowtr Thomes street payingtheircnmplimens
to niggard customers; but they were
me (id ions as cooing doves compared with
this loul imp of F.rebus, who paid her ros
nerti to me on this occasion, I couldn't
roeirrocate her compliments, as I did
understand a word she aid; bo I cotitent
ed myself with laughing in hortattocd
fuce. In tne meantime me aars. eynn una
!,!i8aPpeared, and I was about to retire,
when a villainous old fellow, with a long
(beard, mounted upon the house-lop, howl
ing and screaming, aad shaking his list
my face, and making towards me aa fast
ta he could waddle, (.xouwiu unaersiuim
lie roofs ofthe two housoa joined on ono
side of the court.) I retreated a few steps
to make sure I stood in Christian territory,
and then defied the jealous old fool
oomo on. He stopped short; grinned hor
rblyi trembled, screamed, stumped
ftet several times; gnashed hia teeth; made
a feint of spitting at me; uriooK ma nst
wuy of valedictory j and retired to his ken
nel. The old savage I"
A "colored lady," attired in the height
of fashion, Boiled into store where
wore doir.sT somo shopping, and electrified
tie clerk by inquiring ii he had one
"them there boople skirts with digesti
ble bustle!" W e came away imincdiuti)
Some one blamed Dr. Marsh for chang
ing his mind. "Wen," said be "that
the diffuronce) between man and a jack
ass; the jackass can't change bis mind,
j and the man can its human privilege,"'
[From the State Journal.]
Who is Responsible for the Massachusetts
Two Years Amendment.
The democrats papers in the West are
anxious to show that this was peculiarly
republican matter. The democata cer
tainly had It In their power to defeat it,
and did not. Out of liiO.000 electors In
the State, 40,000 voted either for or againrt
the amendment. Whero woa the great
democratic party of Massachusetts which
enjoys in proportion to it" numb rs, a lar
ger dispensation of government patronage
than that of any other Stoteof the Union !
That party gave 3 votes for Ueach for
Governor last fall. Out of 40,n"0votrs the
smrndm-nt hid a mnjority of only 11,000.
Only about 9)1,000 votes wore rant for It,
while the democratic party has over 3V
The N iw York Evening Post snva:
"In tlio same towns In v Inch the demo
crats cast last year 11 Vuia votes, only 0,
3."7 votes in all wero east this year, of
which it may be saf'ly aaamncd tint one-
half at least were Republican. Thus, it
would seem, that not oue-sxth of tho dem
ocrats entitled to vote attended the poll,"
It is quito cool for the lloston l'ost ti
endeavor to fatten thn responsibility of
this art on the republicans, when tho dem
ocrats had it entirely in their power, and
whoii, as is probable, moro republican than
ilenitrratie votes were oast against it.
l'erhana manyol the denim ratic editors
of the west Imagine that that party In
Massachusetts must necessarily be host le
to this amendment becauao they think
such would he the case here. They know
but little ofthe part which religious bigot
ry takea in politics in New Kngland. This
naturally prevails most among tho more
ignorant classes of community. The an-ti-I'opery
feeling Is quite as violent among
the democrats ol New Kngland as among
the Americans of the Western States.
We say this from observation, and ran
show it by evidenco that cannot bo ques
tioned. The New Hanipehlro Constitu
tion contains a provision which has exnt
ed since its formation, prohibiting Catho
lics iroiii holtlincr dtttce. tor twenty
years, New Hampshire was the banner
State of Democracy. No gleam of Wliig
gery wbb allowed to penetrato lis dark re
fosses. It was quoted always as a model
of democracy, pure and unatlulterat -d.
Vet democracy sustained throughout a
proscription of men for their religious be
lief, in a form fully as odious as was ever
enacted in Fnglaiul or Ireland.
Tlio same proscriptive, ant'-Catholic
bigotry characterizes the democratic par
ty there now. In Massachusetts, the sen
timent is essentially the same. This spir
it it was that prevented the dofent of the
two year s amendment, although over 100
UUO republicans stayed away Irom the mills,
ovon granting that all who opposed the
amendment were democrats; whil.1 tho
obovo fact, and lhat many of the most
prominent repuhl cans opposed it, show
that probably a majority of tho opponents
ol tho measure wero republicans,
'J'ho following comments of the Wash
ington Constitution on tho guilt of those
who Buffered tho amendment to pass bv
their default, apply to the Democracy of
iuussui nuninis wnn a lurcu anu pertinence
that are quito uncommon for the govern
"J f they suffered the adoption of a change
in their constitution, by which the dignity
and rights of every foreign-born citizen in
tho United SUtes sre outraged and viola
ted and that, too, notwitliHlundiiigtho ear
nest and reiterated appeals made ti them
by adopted citizens in other States on be
half of their insulted countrymen in Mas-
sachusptu by their omission they render
themselves equally guilty with thoso who
actually went to the polls and voted for
tlio amendment witn this dfrnrernew.
however, that they added cowardice to
Napoleon His Own Commander.
[From the London Times.]
When the sierrc of Hebastopol flagrrecl,
the Kmperor of the Fronch, we are told,
wus with difficulty restrained from donning
hia general's uniform, nnd leaving his
rotitless empire to take the command of
tho siege, what was merely an Idea
then is now the fixed principle of the
campaign. Tho French Emperor, though
never in action never, Indeed, a profes
sional soldier, has all his life been stu
dent of military science. He has written
on artillery invented cannon given ad
ditional security to a floating battery. For
ten years he has been attlie head ofthe most
warlike nation in tho world, and if man
with such advantages cannot, between the
ago of 40 and Lo, obtuin a competent
ki owledgo of tho art of war, ho must he
a very dilfl rent calibre from Louis Napo
leon Bonaparte. Tho Emperor p rot; u bly
says to himself, "I havo seen Austrian re
views, I know what the men are like. I
have guaged thn rapacity of their chief
men, and 1 find myself at least the equal
of uny I may moot." Accordingly, tho
first news of an Austrian movement cuu
ses him to publish his long-matured reso
lution. The r.mperor will bo his own
Coinniader-in-Cliii f, Kvery other notabil
ity receives a Division or a separato com
mand of some Corp of Observation or re
serve. Napoleon 1 1 L, though about the
ago at which hi uncle died, ia not older
than M.irlboroogh waa when he began hi
greut curecr of victory, and he i a youth
compared with tho Generals to whom Aus
tria Intrusted her destinies.
Influence of a Newspaper.
A school teacher who has beon engag
ed a long time in his profession and wit
nessed the influence ol a newspaper on
tho minds of a family of children, writes
to the editor ofthe Ogdensburgh Sentinel
l as follows:
I have found it to he the univcri-al fact,
without exception, that those scholars of
both sexes and of all agws who nave hud
access to newspapers at home, when com,
pared with those who have not, arei
1. Better readers, excelling in pronuii'
ciution,and consequently read more under
3. They are better spellers, ftud define
with ease und. accuracy.
8. They obtain a practical knowledge
of georrraiihy in almost half tho time it re
quire others, as the newspaper hus muds
them familiar with the location of the
most important plat oj, unions, their gov.
ernmrnts and doings, on tho globe.
4. They are better grammuriuns, for
having becoino so fumiliur with every va
riety in tho newspaper, from the common
place advertisement to the finished and
classical oration of the statesman, they
may more readily comprehend the mean
ing ot the text, and consequently analyze it
construction with accuracy.
A teacher wishing to explain to a little
tr irl the manner in which a lobster casts
his shell when he bss out grown it, said,
what do you do wbeu you have out-grown
your clothes I You throw them aside,
doa'tyoul "Oh, no," replied fat little
one, "vr lt cut tucks!"
ODDS AND ENDS.
A child whn asked why a certain tree
grew emoki'd, replied, "Somebody trod
0:on it, 1 supposed, when it was lit'le."
A witness beforo Juilga , of MissiB-
sippi, in answer to question replied:
l es, sirree, Hon! Whereupon
Judge aaitl: Mr. ClerV line Mr. Jones
five dollars for the ree, and fire dollar f..r i
Tho editor of the Newlfnmpsliir Dem
ocrat complains that all his political op
ponents mako a mark of him. Ho Is cer
tainly mark that every hont st man ought
An editor out West boast of havlnrrhad
a talk with a woman and got the last word.
Yes, ahe trave it to him, anil ho had to
The editor ofthe Southern Times prom
ises to dispose of the entire sin yen-Question
"in a few short srtirles." He says be has
it nil In his head. Well, we have heard '
that the whole thing was In a nutshell.
mt ... .
i ne w asiungton correspondent of a j
lloston paper ear that Mr. Buchanan i
tool's nuieh voimrrer ill this furn tlmn Ite- i
is. We suppose he meuns that tho eii,
JSticV ii doe-fiicrd.
Prsr.riT or a Raut Day. "Ilosey,"
tld an affected young lady to a friend who
had railed in to a -o her, "'do you think it
will he lino to-morrow I" Rosalie, think-inn-
she wished it to he fin, replied, "Yes."
"I'll be so put out if it is fine," said tles
sle, "as I want to go vis'ting." "Why,
how strange you are, Hcssie." "Why,
Kosey, where I'm going they have splen
did dinners, and such company; and if it
rain I must stop to dinner and dry my
clothes, and then may be they'd semi rnmr
young gentleman home with me. You see
now, don't youl
An Asi'iiiatiox. "Sally, I'vo got a
sweetheart; Mich nice young man! He's
in a perfesHiou." "Oh, Jemima! Don't
uso such wicked wonts!" "It ain't a wick-
ed word at all. Sally; it's business.
"What business, Jemima? Anything
nice!" "Yea. Stllv. and very 'snectahlo.
Guess what it is; it begins with ho." "I
know Jemima; In hollicer. "No, it
ain't, though; it's something inurh better
nor hnraifer." "Well, then, ahorunge.
merchant. That's it, Jemima!" "Oh,
you hateful thing, to think of anything so
vulgar I llUslioctioneer!'-uu.
SF.ricfn His Namk lit Primt. The most
instanco of a lovo of notoriety
with which we have cvormet.wna that of
a man who, under tho luwa of Virginia,
in tn olden tunes was advertised by the
sheriff of Fauquier county, to be sold on a
certain day as a vagrunt. So pleased was
ho with tho sight of his name for the first
tiiuo in print, that he procured a ropy of
tha newspaper containing tlio advertise
ment of his sale, and carried it ten days
through the country, showing It, with ev
ident satisfaction, to all his friends and
A gentleman was so prone to exaggera
tion, that ho found it necessary to instruct
his servant whenevor ho drew tho long
bow too freely. One day ho was describ
ing alox he bad sln'n a fox with a mon
strous long brush, quito a "milo long."
John immediately jogged his master-
Well, said lie, "perhaps notqiiito so much
but I am sum it was half a mile!" (anoth
er log.) "Or, If not, about a quarter !"
(Jog again.) "Well, I'll be shot if Is was
not a hundred yard long!" (Avery hard
jog.) The poor atory teller could stand
it no longer, but jumping up, exclaimed
"Rascal! will you nutlet my fox have
tail at nlll"
Tin Little; Giiil who had Si Rvivto
Tint Sinr Fevkr. A few days since ono
of the Metropolitan cars was stopped for the
purpose ol taking up an elderly lady and
sickly looking little girl. In the cars
were ten fcmules, live on a sidn and the
seats will carry nine. Kvery inch of room
Bcenird occupied, for the occupants of tho
csr wero fashionably dressod, and their
skirts expanded like peacock's tails. No
ono ofl'i red the old lady a scat, or mado
room for her, or seemed to caro whether
she was tired or rested. For a moment
the old lady scanned the faces of those
before her and then aha smiled grimly at
tho want of courtesy which characterizes
lemale ol tlio present ago.
"I say, you," tha old ludy exclaimed
budging the kneo of the nearest female
and pointing to the little girl.
"Did you speak to mo," demanded tho
astonished female on hor dignity immedi
"Why, yes! I want to know if yon
would believe this little girl jist come out
of 'the ship fever hospital ct Doer Is.
Ten hand's delicately gloved, wore rais
ed toward the boll strap, and ten voices
wero shrilly raised for tho car to top,and
in less than one minuto the old lady and
tho little girl bad the vehicle to them
solves, "Wall, declare," exclaimed the old la
dy, "1 lorgot to toil cm that tliero warn
. .... ....... t. - n mill. .,.a ,....
ny irBviuiiin uiuie min, wivit sue nni,'
However, I'll let em know it the next
tiiuo we meet. Take a Beat, dear, and
make yourself at homo."
1 he conductor was somen bat astonibu
ed on that trip,
Tiik Last LEnar.R Story. The teach-1
er of a district school in this no glthorhood
is in the habit of questioning tho children
under his charge ss to what they knew of
various historical characters they happen
to meet with In books. A fow days ago
tho nnme of Washington occurred in th;
morning lesson and thoso who hud any-;
thing to ay ubout him were asked to raise
their hands. Of course, un went ell
hands and young America once more paid
tribute to him," who was first, eVc.
"Ho novertold a lio," sliouted one. '
"Ate out of a tin plato nil through the
"Never smiled once for nine years,"
cried a third.
"He was tlia fatlior of his country,"
"Edward Everett is getting mcuey
his grave," tc.
"ilow, then," Slid tlio Muclior, "who
can tell mo about Edward Everettl
No hand waa r&isud
The teacher Boninw hat surprised
"Is there) no ono hero that knows any.
thing about Edward Everettl"
No bund up.
"Well, we wilt see what wo can find
out about Edward Everett, hotter to-morrow."'
P. M Before school opens, up runs
little girl in great excitement, us the teach
er enters tho school room.
"I know something about Edward Ev
erett." "Well, what is it!" abkcJ the teacher,
"He write for tho Iew York Ledger!
She hud read it in nice Inro letters
tho lence aa i lia wept home.
.8uth is TAHz.-.-Ine!tiyitfor,
Tn8 Rnv. Gp0. Trask. of Fitchburg,
'Mass., has published seriea of anti-to-remarkable
ibacco tracts, written expressly foryouth
'in school and elsewhere,
Tho yiifoiition of property In Ciiic'iinat.1
Gold din-gins hac Intely been discover"1
ed hi Vermont. ' ;
Copppf ore, yrrv pnm, has kern diseov-
;ered in Mc.llenry Co., Ill, . ., , ,
The manufacture) of silk was int'oddC-'
cd into Knrope In the year 651.
The lnt invention in Ohio is an India
rubber meat saw. Progressive age, this.
The expenses of Congress hi-irtg A5,
083,6'Jf, each member eonts $lfi,lii4, 00,
A Dublin writer asserts that fully on.
half tb people of Ireland are Fiutist-
According to the Detroit Advertiser.tlm
population of tli at city now numbers tif
Ol'O. - v
London ia rapidly extending Its Dotindn
rles. It now covers aoareaof 131 square
miles. - i '
Tlio IWfon hanks now hold" over nine
million dollars in coin, anri it Is inert" an-.
' ' ... a
The wool prowers are to hold eon-
veution at Cleveland,- on tho 4th of Au-
'"'' ' ' ' ' '' ,! ' '
A row in W obi.rn, 3! ass., lately ateV'J
pounds of white lead, and has survived tLsr
A letter from Frnser river soys that eras'
mon are at a premium there "niexprcesr
hie by Hnres." t '- "
Thirteen thousand sailors have deserV
ed the service of Queen Victoria during
the past three years.
Wall street, New York, which fs about
half mile long, has 0,000 Inhabitants ante
forty minis of stairway, - - i
It Is rumored that tho French Kcnatb
will present an address to the Esaporor,
beseeching him not to leave I'arit. . , ,i (
Cholera rage, to frightful extent ttr
Japan. At Yeddo tho deaths are report
od at liO.noo in the space of one month.,
steam fire engine weighing 6,000 lbs.
has been ordered lor Lowell, Mass. Tho
whole number attached to its lire depart-
ment is B.l.t.
The Iron trailo is hlotvlv reviving.- All
the unclting furnaces on the Schuylkill,
between l'bil jdelnbia and Norristown.aro
in full blast.
Gov. Chase on the Massachusetts
Gov. Chase has written a letter in rets
polish to inquiries sddressed him by a Com
in it t oe of Germane, regarding his opinion
ofthe Massachusetts extension of tho term
of naturalization, in which lie aays that it
is "almost, if not entirely, the uuaniinoika
republican opinion, in this State, that no
discrimination shall ho mado, by amend
ment of a State Constitution or otherwise,
between citizens of foreign and native,
birth." Th'is he declares to be his own
opinion. Ho refer to bis opposition to a
similar proposition In this State, mado
two years ago, and handsomely expresses
his sense of obligation to Ins naturalized
fellow citizens for their generous confi
dence and earnest support of himself, and
for the noble ardor with which they havo
opposed the oppressions of tlio Sluvo pow
er. WooKtcr Hep.
Position of England.
The London Time s.ys "England neoj
take no active part so lng as the war U
confined to Italy, or tlift preservation or
invasion of tho Italian territories; but if
Fiance and Russia attack Austria in Ger
many, Russia seeking perclance her In
demnity in the east of Europe 0r if Prus
sia should be laid under a conmnitjon cf
territory, then, indeed, the deeig 0( t)irno
treaties of offense would bccoin nu 0(1
than a partition of Europe, and v8 flrgt
principle of preservation would cor,., ua
to cousider whether we-ran better t-eri(j
ourselves on tlio continent of Europ or
at our own homesteads. However m.j
we may desire to keep cl"ar of these co-.
plications, the existence of a great Get
man power ia essential to our safety." A
It ia evident the English are paving tlio
wny so m I'uxticipatioii iu 1110 irreat, sirurr-
glo when tho proper time arrives. '
The Democracy on Rag Machines.
I)u ring Gen. Jackson's days, paper mon
ey to a Democrat, was like money to a
mad dog. Under tho Independent Treas
ury, every one was promised well filled
purse of shining gold. Hut in these latter
d.iys, when tho office holders aro charmf
with their chief's federalism, why not in
herit his lovo for Bank rags, 1 "
Accordingly, Mr. Cobb has itraee lots
of Treasury notes; Mr. Holt bis certificates
to Mail contractors, and, worst of all, threo
Simon pure Democrats are besieging tho
Hank parlors of our money Kings, to in-
ducc thl,in , echantre 3,,,, t..ra foT B0V.
If tliore is any truth in modern spiritu
alism, Gen. Jackson's spirit will shortly
commence snch rapping that thoso Dem
ocrats who frequent Bank Parlors, will
think tho day of Judgment is st h'nid.-
Rag .Machine add Federalism, and Dem
ocratic office-holders in Bunk parlor ! J i
Whew ! An immediate fxplosion !
j propnuto whatever ot popularity attaches
U" it. "d to stick to tho term il not to iu
1 principle. The Public need not to Is
told that the "Popular Sovereignty" prut
ed about by said paper ia not the Popular
' Sovereignty approved by tho people. It
i "ot the Douglas Popular Sovereignty
j which "leaves the peoplo of a Territory
! perfectly free to regulate their domoul.c
to ' Institutions in their own wny, subject 1111
buy j to the Constitution." The C'"im,.ii-
Tho Wunhinpton Comtituiiv te-eiiiri
with articles on "Popular Sovereignty. ".
It mouths that phrase with much appurei.t
familiarity, showing a determination to ap-
o sovereignly i not - jopuiur, luit
"ort ' "l ap Sovereignty that iu d-i- i p
in Washington for purposes of plunder
It is a pn e to decciro the people,, "
livery of llenven to servo the Devil it.
What kind 'J Sovereignty is Unit w I,
allows a people to legisluto en all d i,
tic qucsliol a savo one, and that one ,
gers! tn that they nio.-t not leeihiut
loss to protect Sla .e property, liiili ! '1
is ono kind of Washington popular ;
ereignty. Another s, a Temt,,, 1
isliitiire cannot legialat.' at nil on toot
tion of muster and ur,:, but npri 1, ..
and ,rtait il can lgu h -, i,d u; ,
utlior domestic, que; t:,,iis. Uriel, ;
way with all such coiitei'i) ' Me i, ,
l)i.u:rlu Poptilur S,vei :y .,.
such orisck' dihlincti, !,., i-,.,
know none. The f'.q i dtv- ;'