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STATE DEMOCRAT. ng extra.* an.l prophetic opinion ot
Itfimi-tt in tin Hi-raUJ of the 1
?*th inst.
•M. K. WBT. rabllahar.
Official. pates or thb arr
SrSMMMr.•MO-w-air. i,v*"P
citv «r mvi:np«t.
PaMaf *ralafi Cruld
KJK I'KKSIUKNT.
JAMES BUCHANAN,
or M'ivmi.UNn.
WOR fICE PRESIDKM
JtWI BRE('KINIUIM*K,
Or HftNTI«KV
tHmmtvmiie JWominnHon*.
PrttMrallal lln i»r«.
aaiXMijammiORANT..«« ..
o nmom.it imm a i'ai.mik.
ItemocraHc
OOVNTY CONVENTION I
r|||N»VI»U"f
HO'I' -Mi! V
Ill ib*ii
CLAIMS or Di:nniNA( V.
The history of the prosperity, glory
•ad eipanaion of thia country, i* Imt
lb* history of the I ciincratic I'arty.
Since that great Statemuan, Thomas
Jefferson, elaborated the irmo rati.-
ciMd, and enforced democratic nieaa-
MMe, in opposition to those who desired i
to our I'nion a consolidated power,!
with tendencies to centralization, the I
principles of Demociaiv have taken
hold of the mind* and hearts l' the i
(MOplB too firmly to le supplanted by
tk* dangerous doctrines of the- parties
who have composed the Opposition.—
Sfery battle to protect the rights of
••r citizens aud the honor of tin na­
tion, ha* been conducted with glory
•ad aucceaa by Democratic Adminis
iHtions. Every enlargement of tir
dominions, ha* txs n made by 1 leiuo-
cmtic I'reaidenU, from tin- time of the
parchaae of Louiniana to that of the
Meailla Valley. Kvery principle of in*
ktaa promulgated and defended by
•W party with decided success that
the right of search, free ships unking
frea good*, the Monroe doctrine, and
etktre of e.jual vitlucto America and
Um world, have now liceonie recog
aiced as a part of the law of nations by
0
ther powers.
pie or of the States construing the
Conatitution an one containing limited
aad delegated powers, not to be en­
larged by inference or implication.
Hence the Democracy oppose a gen­
eral system of internal improvement-
by the federal government, a distribu­
tion of the proceeds of the public l.md
with the history of our count r\, and
••k themselves wherein the Democrat­
ic party have adopted a wroiiii meas
ire, or one that did not add to the
glory and prosperity ol the wl ole na­
tion. We ask those who now oppose
ma, to study that history and behold
the splendid fruits of democratic gov
eminent, and then decide whether
they are now acting in accordance with
tke true interests of the l.nion in
longer opposing such a party. Sup­
pose yon have always opposed us
daw that prevent your cordially uni-
tiag with us now when seetioiiali-iii
ka raised its brazen front to Matter
rain and desolation over the land
What do our opponents propose
do Simply to refuse admission into
the Union of any State whose Coiisti
tation tolerate*
slavery. The effort to
aeeomplish it would produce secession
tad civil war. It cannot be done in
Mfcty. It is achimcra batched in tin
fevered brain of fanaticism, impossible
of execution, and productive of noth­
ing but mischief.
The Democracy propose to let tin
paople of the Territories decide tor
^eeiselve# whether or not they «ill
have Slavery. This has been the rule
from the foundation of this Republic.
Ko other could be enforced.
The Democratic I'arty is no change
liag, but has ever pr«*erved its consis-
toacy of action, and has carried tin
•atioa forward in the path of prog-
nm, nntil we have attained a great-
unparalleled by any other fret
government
Let all who desire the good, glory
aad happinesa of our people now and
through all time, unite with the groat
Union loving Democracy.
Tlse n. V. MnsM «»P
Ta*
PrE«1DKNTIM
act
(JrKSTlOS—Ex­
Condition
of iiie
Of toiirae tht- (hut lit and Orynn art-
•till of the opinion that Bennett's pr«*-
diction* generally prove trn»- and will
nett ha* lon- more real hard work for
U,€.?ntt!rt
Ffeinont th&n any oth.r editor it* the
16 StaUo. mikI when In- abandon* a
sinking auM- wliii.li lit lm-so heartily
(•^pouted, thi n can I*? little fi.r
doulit a* to the result. Htichaiian will
be the m**t President t»y one nf the
moot overwhelming majorities- ever
given t. any pn-i eding I'rwwlent.
The patriotism ot the masse# i»hi•
I against SiM-tioiialif.ni, and will
icid it* defenders.
Tmk
IS ii a Mini-.- It i-
I pile up the States. Ijet
1
1 Wh
*'-p- U'-l'JBIt**
fealiead OuioU v .-i.tiun.1 b- at tb»
fetrt IBovm. la lb** *lt or Ufcv^i-Tt wt, Saturday,
I Witch Aft? of 0^«b*r in'ttnt, at oM. k P.
i ft rftftdldftt* for th* of Ittlegfttr tf
a) Cwttvobttat* ur1rt th*
OomTV OcnmiitII
I.tMlll'lUTII I'll \MM
TKXAS
ARKANSAS
DELAWAKK
KENTI't KV
•(iNNK'TKTT
I II Ak"l.!\A
PENNSYLVANIA
Foundation—iXiiid kJ-IIIo i sit
rite Electoral totes. HI.
hi itKi i 1:1.1. s I i.
i\\'A
A I i:
ii I (I
I". u 11 i.
11. i. •Buck ev Hi').
ai!u\ial loriuation. Electoral
Jl^rTllKUK AKK T\V«» I I.!.
iNTs'S. Y I A NT ELI.
Til EM APAlil DON'T VOfl.
F4K KITH Eli: K'li V« »l I«»\l
KNOW W 111 11 MAY SWE I IN
X^-IT STATEIi THAT 1/1"
i.EN. W1NFIEL1» s« on II A.-s DE
fl.AUED 111^ INTENTION
\»TE
(•national law purely American, has
says—an.
On the other hand, the I)ein.-racv
have been the uncompromising eiie
—of every measure having a ten­
dency to abridge the right* of the pe,v
among the States, a I nited States
Bank, high or protective tariffs, and
tvery measure not falling within mmh'
of the powers granted in the Constitu­
tion.
We ask our opponent* to look at
the history of our party as identified
line of the opposition.
tenders, and ai. '-v
sands, svvelliiiL tl.. i.o.i. tb-
ocratie Party. .|. t. riiiii.i i ..i, .,
Otis victory lot tin Ii-t.
•.!
the I'tlion.
Fioht.—The
lata result in Pennsylvania, in connoc
ttpn, with the unexpected success of the
teaocracy in ludiana, indicate pretty
alaarly the election of James Buchau
i OUT neit President, by a hand-
Imajority of the Electoral '1 leges.
N. Y. Herald.Oct. lti.
i the Herald commenced its la-
hoaaia behalf of Fremont, our neigh
teethe Oueite, and other Republican
|«pors nave written, "that Bennett
hM a sagacity for foreseeing coming
traata aluat without an equal, "and
tfcftka flwrwad Fremont from a desire
lite Maa tiM wianing side." Tc
\ITAIIA«.I A APS'AIR"
line of the HKHit remarkable men.
this remarkable age, is the President
Nicaragua. An American by birth.
military man bv profession and an ad­
with a handful of men, .seareelv sitfli
iet for a full corps of talf olli.. r-. mt
was dislodged by the Mexi' ini- olid
then the revolution in Nicaragua.
tweeli the aristocrats and democrats
occurring, Walker and his band were
invited to the aid of thedemo. rats.jiii i
has succeeded little by little in e .jiiir-
ing power, until he can now sav with
truthfulness 1 am the Slate
The combinations against Walker in
the other States have been incited by
British intrigue, to prevent the Yru
ica, :ts it Iihs mow Kt i.iat hih- of 11
most important highways for .un
tnereeof any upon the glol.e, 11,.
fiovermncnt which Walker has lie. n
coiu^a-lled to maiiitaiii i» more rigor
ous than it would be but for the conti
nual menace from the surrotin.liiij
States, and the internal plot* set .«n
foot bv British agent*, and yet, there
has been more order, MHMiritv iiiiti
Mosquito question he i.ohes
|Uito aiel it, tilt.y tnle ot Indians. those^
'ntil now he has borne himseit brave-
lv. and maintained his perilous j»~i-
lki.-
of
troU'
1
*/:10U,r ..
|ii!iiter.-, Hii'l a
that State, and the awendafi'
Ainericati inlluetice in that
•.' i
the world. »ur i jommerci i-
look !tt till'
tetmit'- hi i
1
•'•i'
i i I MI AIIM-P
Islhli.
a. if.
I I, UtIDA
INDIANA
Missorui
not t'. •!.' .t tl
that country in tin
p. same progressive pt
iu'eieO'e barren hills ot New England
i' •'1:'
v
A
i '. iiioiiumei.t- i| •il''
1
T1
Ft »U III II ANAN
Dsabli-lleaicr.
I e tWO Fr. IIH -I.l
Then
tin "republi. .in"
lit
Pennsyhaniik r«-e lioiti iln
Dutch" imt know m^tother fron
111 -1 :i
MW
riH:ei\in^ e
Deduct Messrs
u n ii a
aniFilitnore's
vote, in the
Free Sta i,
which
taioly is op
posed to Mr.
Fremont, say 1,011(1,01X1
T0,,!"
venturer by habit, lie has manifested a
disposition to write lit* name h,-Ji .:p-
on tablets of fame, and is .jnite
likely lobe «uceessfnl. He tilst soinj !it
to get possession of l.owor ('alitorn i
prosperitv under him than under am ^onie °''bese hooks were ...led witb the
V
moHt absurd and ridicu. ius stories in
previous* government. I'rojierty i" re relation to Colonel I'runont, recalling
fcpeeted and its owners right* protect-
tt"
work a moral au.l sueial revolution, i
the spirit of a great ruler. The frauds
ami short-coining* of the Nicaragua
Transit Company up n the Trea*uiy
of
tlie Stute, he
puts an end to,
th* (anga uofi ef Um CiMnpMtT'e
t,ie
an.l make that mongrel race ot Span jn Pennsvivuniii,niiajjerinft from fifty to a"1' ..pp°s,l'"n 'lavcrv in
ish hii.I In.liaim liegin to .lisapnenr le
on*
w o 1 i i r
Hi. I
-1
the North. Walker maintains his p,.
Mtion with marked ability, and while
he excels in such financial arrange
ments as will provide means for sus
taiuing his government, he maintains i
hv
re­
voking the charter. Mid taking posses-
it i.r acsinst Col. Fremont in every State in HoaaisLs
Unioo
ing t-Aereigntv over the whole of Mo«- ,lerein
oon
"i i i ,• thnaewho hsve constituted ibomselves jv'n1a
nt
tnes are marching upon \Salkir a
.re.ia.la. where he h» fixe.1 his head-
sanguiiie
be fought, that
i'a?i t*mi hut oiu* wiiv.
be loiigtit, that can emi i»m one _-|h# ,tU(lfition
tral America, lie triniftpln
We think that upon Walker- sue-
f!f dejmnds the future greatn#
:lll
,i. consiai,
i a:i infflict
llltlst
l:"t
j.l. '.'.-t alld s. ,.i:|
Will s,
merchatits and eitij'. i u s ,t.- nnd
easy transit from th- the Pae
ific. VValk. is doing till* work tor
us, and lien, e he ha* the svmpathv of
ail of our pirojdi' who hav
,|K Pa,U1
K
that opp.
fi«-ii.
tii»
ham Uepufi
licatiism is living out.
The leaders
are becommu limber-kneed
taint
hearted. tin- nli.it ir
people. Tin -1. iv .1 tie
Freiiionters is In low jHir, and
t'alliii
tallnifr, falling and the weak iiiven-
tioii of the two Kremoiits" is*i«kin^
it still lower. The flow lir .di­
late is losing in all parts of t!
hers are leinjj made l. i1 I letnocr
but Uepllbll. 111 -M i I- .ili t!|. v
prowiiis^ wiirt -b. «-(t l. 'lii
htiiiibiijr iery i ti.. p..ii» i
1. bankrup' lit :.u i.i
lous d».*mHi»"'.m. a-id 1». .„'!ii
ne«, ha-- i." *. •.•-••ill
will noi I., -it.) I i•
lusnii ui the
.jer» hvo
uuth uf Ma
in and Di«
ii's Line,
ii nd I esti
ina-e the
Popular Vote
ut tho com
ing election
to be
I 1
try. and "Buek ntul Hie e trainit
•rywhere. AceiHtsioi:-. -ii 'urtfe nun
Fremont ty
#t#aJ &f 6a(Wl0uv practica
1
i.ougli to lntt imjKtrtatit
1 1
lion t'entral Am. riea l«e:u
omiiiercial pi osperit
alim Nl':tr e
We df not desire to
tin' I 'la\toll
gua to thr I'liioii. an
Bului-r tie-itv !i:I\- i"
i
1
•J,6Q0,0U0
1,400,000
or jus: about one third or tbe people's
How i uimensely popular such a man
i» ne third of the people choioejn
men
hl)fh
have l.eon beaten united. An effort was
a n
I- I:.' iniiimliitt up.»n
e poM. s-sion ot nave i.eon oeaien unneu. au enori mm ri iir-lay, fkt 2Mst tt |.««t v,n »v
tuple who base •»»'«, however, yesterday to unite them, 4*f*ir'uSrSiSfl". i »u
.• x- l- ,i ...» 1 We understand the Fillmore Committee "i-k-t. au. r.u. t« i- »|..t ii.. Hu .ssi .r.
'Htnt?j«, and .over*1 t* i than that the Kepublioans should sup-
j,ort the Fillmore eleotoral ticket.
s...-!i i- -i,i• iii.I Woii i annot boast Ouckeye Blacksmith, made a
i ji i' will I,. ,i,|ii... 'lie progress sironp speech in this oity on Monday, at
,1 tho American boad-quarters against any
street
Kriiiioii 's I'atiuisrll)
K':ii..r-. I tl.. N V. !.v
We are cuueiaatly told that Mr. Fre
mont is tho mosi populur candidate ever
the
the people's choioe!
Ihis I believe to be ho whole trenKth
finB
of the "one idea candidate," and isn't
it truly astonishing that anybody should
hesitate to throw up their hats and hur
rah for the People's (r) Choice Was
there evor a more onj....pular man and
more unfit for the office, than Fremont V
u-
e
KtM!.. tl. V ». 1 ri. II r.'iel Mi 1KU.
Seri.ins III KiKlero of lh- lle|inbil
cans ItitriUK ili" l*ri'k.-iii 11
kees from acquiring a pre|Mndcratitig speeches. Iluring the present campsign i hie
influence in the affair* oft Vntral Am. i
t:ol,,nel
and maintained a dignified silenve.— I Fluij..May it be tbe means of introdu
fjoiue of his friends however, haro. by
nev
oin){ ma
the.r injudicious conduot,furnished am- uunit hnmo
munition for the enemy after th fash
ion of lienerai Scott in tho catm-iKn of
1852.
On the nomination of Goi. fremont,
which was brought about by tbe simul
taneous actum of the fnv pre.* and tbe
popular indignation li^uir.st uie atro
cious policy of thel'ierce adn..:. stration,
some halt' a dozen men, witL ittle sense
and no sagacity, got up w^- purported
biographies ot thr candidate.—
forcotten error? of his boyhood
1 i i and other ub.-urd de:: Is which b*tve
cl. and ankee Vigor, enterprise an.
nothlDK t0 do Wlth thl
thritt are fast gaining growth that will in thif canvass. Larp numbers of these
,ac8tl0Dgu:
l»ioKr'
i-!''i"
iseu
.*!"* f.
P«i liM ii.|.lnAiiiinn ,..iimAnla ..
speeches an eltr:tanecring .J louiucnts
against the Fret, at party. They foun.l
them belter than »ny Jocumen's whioli
had been i*(.u»J by their committees.—
It is probnble trat tw .-thirda uf the bi
ogrnpbieH ot... ,lnnel Kremon bave been
bought up the opposition for the
-I purposo of nit used to .lefeat bis elec-
the honor an.l nght of hw State I ,ion. VV. .ee that a new brochure.
Tin) DAILY IOWA STA1 K DEMOCRAT.—DAVENPORT l(J\VA, OClUBLU lb5tJ
Dbatm.—a
N h*
,.klDg
aI(
,Ku
position upun ibe «r»a pnnci- tt,^ -chool- Ascent in tb« pl« rrMni-»i
i'k.1.-.irainst torce and ii-triifUe. within I pies involved in the ajnte»i. we see a-Mhe uu of firearm, Tk»y h.d 4uu »ii ch
Hon against tor... au rig
(Dl)g 0
our potemporaries nothiog thev hsd no »i„pi,.lolI
Hti*! from without. It npj^ar# tuat prettv poetry and philosophical di«- had nted it b»*forH, Jour* «ut •jfh*
f,.r ... t-AotolliP tieu-aiid i.a quit ot. Our cotwmpiraries seem be- »•»». chsru«d, 'b^ *|t.r- .•». n»
„r: Of all common sense. Tbey fritter ,n»h, .„a ,0m„,
etl0r?1
„g
u
#tuff,ucb
0
of I
1 11
.V.. "f
THKKK rAHTIKO I* PMII.AUH
Pint
A TK9T V' TI.
The election for Prothonotary, in Pbil
M.lelf his, afforded an opportunity for as
certuining the pre
ci»o strenifth of esob of the parties Bu
ohai.an. Fillmore, and Freu-ont—-in ibat
oily. The Fillln'irc aret Fremont men
Were unable to fuse u a candidate for
Prottiouotarv, and flaoh parlv ran a man
Kx-Mayor, at intervals nrinp a period Helical Neetiig.
of ei»hi 0' n rears, t.v wl wh he obtained i 4 N »ti..urn«lni«^iir.r uf o s. ti C....
from Mr Lawrence over •lOii.oun, would «-,iit»ke rt.o «. ti.. „fl,,
i U i i s a i i 1 A
he brought t« thf noij.« of the Court, u
It is a remarkable fact that many men of yi/X'O to answer the chargo of perjn
of genius, who can write good poetry,or rv. out is now discharged and bis bonds
concoct sound philosojihioal arguui 'nti, in n liberated. Ho was formerly the
bave no sort of talent for iba practical owner of a public home called "tbe Red pmi.iwi ki»hu-n f..r ",
ba«ine-H of life. There is nothing wh'ch I House," at Harlem, aud for years past 'iuark. 'V'i'v
so severely tests a man's practical abili- has lived extravagantly.
ty as the work of a Presidential context.
Kvery one remembeii. tho campaign of As Aitkoi riatb Toast.—One of tbe
1N-, when Oenera. Scort one of tb' toast said to have come from a lady at
great captains of the age, was turnci
the N.nluek„
WhI hirIefjiiin by bis o«
if''' a pwiti«Mtl nirlef|inn bj bia om |jtt,If
Fremont has shown more i«r,ie
Mass., Submarine Oable
Bo is Bappa9(.j to re,ea,theremarka-
ble interest which the ladies take in the
new line. It was this: "The Eleotric
ny'sparks' to tbe ladies of our
I.and W«fr»ai«.
Land Warrants are less aotive, and
offerings at prestni are in excess of tbe
demand. Tbe market is so unsettled that
rates ar" subject to ohange any day. We
are now (Oot. 0.) buying and selling-
purchase.! by the Black R-publican- s.ir.port.Leiijr foi Con* T)
oppmiition. and the Jiiuocratic sneakers hecsn«c vote.l •ffdiiKt Dunn's bill,
bun.trel, have »ch wo or tbroo of ^fhra*.',*r. ... .,
which has I een issued by one of our co
temporur ., under the ti'le of the Two
Fretnonl-. ,ias become a subject for tbe
ridicule the democratic pregt and we
are crc -nly informed that this «bro- ,h„'pf Abbott, who bad
ken. C«rels»«n-"~
was ths cause
MMaii nam
....
v
ohore Ut besn purobassd liberally by ken.
wh*
i»l—4
rn ill
ths demooratis eotamittsee for ths deai-,
pposi'i'.n to slavery in Kansan and 0ct#Mtl.
SKBIOI1
kev tapslol to
«®r«i JVcm -At the
,ltt. ths grsat error of 'WMwnpton Literary N
m°n""»g.two
l»d«, Jonss,
l„. °Bf^i°''tfor^ Carlo. B.sn, »f J. M.
w (o
ii.
pon contemBtible »*',k TV »,m••»«
,he early history of Fr»
battle is to I ssont —events in hi-1 family histor au(i ,t!t.
leKI0 0(
,t(
op from tb! Just sml obscurity o^i y«»rB p^|r,\ htui i.- :h- w„:| -p,r In
hia iJcntityor lii« reli- i gbo.it t»..
Whenever the Yankee i* pitt«l atfainst «i„n -and thereby injure the csuse they im—"You t,»v^ kll^ m*. ^-t v
.. »t i i anilsavor to assist, ami furnish weapons Mner." H- *i. b..v id v
the mongrel races ot Mexic und en
s^, a,4 a o„., I,
ready charged to the enemy
u
.i«rii,.ll\
4I
P"
bsve'll"
«... 7.
.7. J. Jr.. Its rill. "f of 4
th* .1-
would agree io no other compromise
Fueion electoral'ioket. —We do not feel
,,i,,j a 'i of men who reject the i much concerned as to whether the gam
tl.. age, must fall before ito|Iding electoral ticket is adopted or not.
•i
1
a I'd l'..li, I.'d I e -Wept a» ay like
—Pittsburgh Laion, l.»ot. lo.
re.! II. .1. 'i.e pla'.' s. ^Ileli is JllK Eci'L'ULICAN PiBTT ACCOBDINOTO
tl.. lecree .'e I he tore s at work Si-kakck BANKS.—Nathaniel P. Banks,
the bos.,1 eiety mils: speedily Jr, theKepublicanKnow Nothing Speak
-1 louiph in an a '•••ndancy of Human
.elope.l,
aii tiei'iimia
er of tbu House .f Kcpresentaiives, and
one of Fremont's present oonfidential
friends, said in bis late cpeeoh in Wall
(lut oi the State of New York, the lar
ger portion of tbu Kepublican party con
sists of persons who acted with the
American party, and will do so again as
nominated for the office of presuient of soon as tho Kansas question is finally
tho United .Siutcs, an.I as I have souie settled.
doubts (wi ll all due deference 'o those
who holt a different npinion) on that
poiAt, and tein£ of a m.ilheinuticul turn
uf mini, I have ooilucted the figures (anl
they don't lie) and cive vnu the result of
my searches.
It is uiimitted that the whole South is
oppo.se.) to him, and unless I urn in
corrcctlv informed, that seotion of the
country slid belongs to the Uoion.
I God tf.at one
11 Qi
This movement is no tr.insitur aftV
It i- h.-uvnift in the hearts of the peope,
and its urges rock every free .State, its
•well will widen and deepen until, f»»
ing full v.-nt, it «hn!l sweep glurifie'y
nnj triumphantly over tbe Hnpuhli/
"Kevolutions never go backward
4,«.H K,' »0U
It- Deduct tn
whole .South,
where it is
iijuiitted
that lie is UO
populnr, say I,«Hn».o_»j
Iiik. IIkivv Black Mail Oi sair oss.-
Kx Mityor Lawrence vs Itrown -Some I
luoDtlis a|».i, as will be rememfcred, F.i
Mm or C- rneliue VV Lawrenoe, referred
aci' .I'
,h'*
"inrdu of 1-4 ,r-
In
,,nd_
Wallp
,,1
The Slon *,i. Hiiignifi.-. »i
i tre««i»_' ,irr u' of Hiej
I Avr.y. tlii. mix' i.'.rrid sta"
sii'l til.' .teMMU-tior, of hi#
i sa?. On SstunUv la.t,
h\rt\ in v
t* hi- »Ip»arf
1
Tiik New Paoi'ossu Fi'sios.— It makes
little difference now to the Democracy
11i11• i ourselves i what combination it made betwoen the
t• to Fillmore and Fremont men, since tbey
I his nnl
rlv in Ka
ne. pr.
Ii«. iiiivc. w.ll ,n^ tiearty. n hi« »»v t-nea
'o Riclimoii'l. H- w.is -ei' hen- ly Dr.
Charles P.irt v. and oth^t wh« Ic '-whii
sik! can well alien
that he tis.l iitfi
resiilein of K^iim* Vlitv Kansas
i.d othff wh k .-whist,
•i' tn» ii titv He stated
lfiiii!i v tx'.-v-t, white s
martyrs *r^ rewrree'ed uisnv of Ihein be*
of its own". The result of the whole for* 'lie tlnr.ldsy.-Ws i»"» Daih «»„tinet.
Voie (Twentieth Ward eioepted, wbiob
was not heard froml was- Webb, Buob- Why is »bs Republican tieket like
foresight
anan Deuiocrai, :i_,.jo5: •'arroll, ill- a well equipped lopssotivef
"i more Know Nothing, l!l,^«l Chase, Fre- I ^n# Because i'has a cow-oatober
nit Keputilioan, 'J,5t5. Buchanan ma- the heed, and a teller behind.
",,r jdrity over Fillmore, I0,ti24 over Fre
niont,
I I W.L
SPEcJIAI i NOTICES.
th- Um|tM u*uI»«*rof Apecul notlOM,
will b-- at t*Mi fnta ipi hr»»* r*rh
.jr Mffv nl l^i" w^'k.
TIIK K JillN UON'RLAN' nil) d*
hv th Adtfre«B t«ior«tlie
s'c'd\h«»h' itUTfy
TT ur-Uy, (Kt Udtt jiftit M'VfTt uMock
ARKIVAI. OFT* BLACK SWAN IK
ToWS—Ju-t piivd .tod f..r -m* »t
Slut UilMtV th*- Blftriwan P.trloi C^'k Sl«»vt
am) o..«l f*.! vail •nil
tlft-.llw
r*#iv
Uftc Swan
li«^A'it't i
TIN WUftKRj
tKM W.
Tli' ii a
SUKT
k'ANTKD —Tu.,
u cai tin«I "D aJy w
iHT & filLI FTT\S,
Hjdv «t,
Offltf
jnojrer i
lit •uu* to fuit ftplitauL-. Kuqutieof
TAvl.MAK ifcPOWKHa,
(tu»p'22dirj AUt(:
"Bock,
I MMKHuf a| 1
nj.tl. i.. I.A!h. Shlu-
lu\fbr ma low y
lilNWK K
Mail JUmd iJepot .Sav JWKI
NOTIOK—W» li\. i\vu ii*- b«(
KI'm »nd Ud» tfi.-h..r.r wM. Ji
11! I. id Ii'np fir If lip...^1 f. i- i, C«n
tl.r rmdrno-.( Jajn-« R.uwKk, i.irneri.f
111 hi.J Kitl' ,,|t the('..uri H.'U^
pf'l" RKN'W.ltK It SOS
II CAVANAimil.—WrwooM Mil
attfiition t«. tb«car1 -.f thi« K-ntl-roan lu
hiiO ''.inn. on*' ro-wt". tli» atttntioti
Tbe Dr I* ati l«l and thnntiijcbl?
k'h-ioaii. ao»'h»h hi" iif«- to th-
ft
I Uvaa»»li« oow»|v^rtiPM„ u, trt*«t. II* brings
i- high amtii'«dfttion fr ni fh- itl*fn*
•nvlll., bU late h»®ir —(^kiwao JttumiU Jfav
hi*
l:loc|uem.
Ihe Chicago Tribune, in enoouooinff
the result of the i'ennsylvama electing
thus eloquently and truthfully speaks
"*l* iu thi- city If 0. T. WKBB, JyU
MOVKT TO I.OAN, l"i «fi.' ah rt Uni
|j. MA K I.OT liroHBJN
ori« should %«k what If. -i*j
i {»u» ii at ty 4U luij«*rttal teat
i *.}•• ati'J h»tiwg'. cuiji'iunU r«*iu* 1 v f«»r
j.t fc' .l b«-Ai:«i(yui|r lh« n!r, ant r*-ntcririK
Krhyl.Hir to lt». i«U»r, amI the to tl»f
tr abo.Jd without he*it*tto »%y. Pr..(
o.J. W'-ol'd Hair Hntti —.HI. fotui*
tr-it.
alveri^«»ei.Oa »iM*lh«rr column.
kK«
i —n MM
rii
n charge uf perjury agunibt MrV Uruwo,
loriuerly a Deputy I' S. Mursl'll of this
ci'y, for swrarni|{ falsely in i.e of ihe
Law Courts. It wan expect* ihat, dur
tho czauiination into tb merits of
tins charge of periurv. cer -in facte re
lating to enormous hlsok mail opera
tiom, which Brown prao' ed ujon tbe 1
^)'T 'j',. T'
'Mm.
ilt it* t.i
ft fratri '».!• |m
wk-|- if Ur. J. HosTCT
ti s .'H»-b *u-l H*.nm«li Bttt-r* Siim tlr
t*iit»r« hn «.* ac p..pti|«r, *1 !«•^r- t'Hviiic to n
uiakP-g pr-|*r*tirt»s t- nioia' ti, ami in
hav. ,|. tf 4ftl reflllfl t».-1. \S
WwtiM A'l\ i- pt-fHtti-|«i huf ..fn n* t»i.* i v
bl'- f. »niune i" ov- -4 n i!
Krv JllkprrtlsrmrntA.
iHi MTIM. I.IKII A
Aiwl I'M-' t'. l*ri II.-. N
Turk. Ctiira^i •«.) r.n. uui.tti |i.ni,»^ r« iv*il vv
r«U s. STARR
g..
tiu' owinc to ihe eintlr.ied absence from
i.'ourt of Mr Lawreue Jn every occanion
when the case wm U ave been examin- |'»|«nr«T«^ far tial*
ei, thei
was determined townniss the complaint, 1 Kiier-a in son ui. *ii.iv s.«.n 1..
and did so.
Brown, it will e remembered, was i f*r» far Mil*
stated ti. have bra in possession of cer- "...
A *t 1 klik 4W high tHt» i.f u: 11
loDg8r Bg0 BD by mea()!) 0
tilin hMOrcttJ tauf i!»j? tlic PX-MaV^** Watt and Timber »ituat»Hl n a KimkI
timacy with a male twenty je^re or rM«i i n. «•!». r.# th^m^t.uiigi.tfwi neight^rb.—u
cm iity.at.l futir mil'- fr»m thei'itv Applv
threat, to
... expose, he sue eded in getiine trom Mr I
R|iav lf lu )nPV ot varioll(
tuoos
gate amounting to over
(1oii,im.hi. years the ex-.\layor suf
fered the ir inious extortion to go
and yet we are daily told be i) the most
popular man iu tbe world
a,. it. ierei uic n .iuiuu« ah»»hum iu ko uu,
refused giving Brown any
raorP al)(1 then 0Dly
sUpip Gootin
the circum-
then only the
(•tances Mr L'h youthful indiscretim
were mi!.' public, although some of his
friends w.ew of it years ago, snd ad vis
ed bia .it to give Brown a cent, but to
let hie make ihe expose and then bave
the i^iir cleared up. Mr. Lawrence,!
li.iWMor, declined tin-* course, and has,
acco.-ltng'y suffered from Brown's ex- i •ni-oh»r-'
tor. ins. The latter was under bonds
iiwr KEI FtV ED at
SMITH'S VARIETY STORE,
IN TIIK
Drew* ttaads Departneat,
ii- Ft line"
Xra #u|» i
TiiVt i w i
Buying Selling.
160 acre verrMtKft #0.92 90.96
120
30
50
40
0 87
0.92
0.87
1.10
0.90
0.95
rt 90
1.15
Sapii because
in favor of
-huei y in Kansas and Kebrnska.
Wha' a hdrmm.inii". consistent set these
Black RepiiblicHiii are.—Holmes County
Farmer.
Cily H.)•••!. oi. wh rh three men were stand
int. pamtir.K Ih* cornice of the building.—
On'-tiail his arm broken, one had hi» back
hrok^ii. b^si'les receiving other serious inju
ries, wtii.li it i« feare.l will prove fatal,
and th# third w» seriously injured inter
nally. We did not learn any nans, except
that of M. Abbott, who bad his hack tap
Carelaunau in
a^usliag
wmi
il
the sealhld,
th* cause ot tbe ascMeal.- Keekwk IW
feet,
IMi
anil
Wh.il*-»»l. Bf'.iil
O O K
D.»l*r- la
filasfi, Nails, f«rdage. aad
finwraf eiwalMiim
E A i N
Brad* -rr**t. :«"t »!d*. b*1!. Frunt ti,»i Setond,
UAVfcM't.UI, 1«W A.
JOfft i Ull 'i »W«T.
ici %8-tltf
Fench
[Thompsons Rep.
a Hah.mi.nioc Set!—In th«»
"VHA
Slark
1
Summit iii.l Porians District, the
This is tbe 'SI.
Mr!i
•f Or-.
•n Tip-d». Ort ?jth at 1
rial attendant• r-qu -^bd
I THOMSON
fl »r. tar*.
T. KABS.
H:acfc Siili^. W--ol l'!aid I'r
olor^ and wry rt» J^|»-*Omb
e j»nt« «hi
h*if auinrhtbi'k Ju»t lv-d
at Jorrs,
Brady atr^-t Fourth ACid flftb
v a
8
Brvly »tiwt K i.rth *n.l Ftflb
BUTTON'S! DBE»» HI TT0N8 'Jouy
»u imian-^ Ms-nw lit. tho t«*i mWwa.
Brail*-If- I l» l* "r". »1"'1r#i.
JOHN ftEMMELL,
Lltb«grafter, Eagrtver aad Nap
NMIstier.
1*4 Lak* IKr '-i. »'l"'»t"- I'
HAVINU
Accident.—On Saturday, at 12
way at tbs Gate
1 1
W H. On rt tr.4a a dtnUM* r'nrt' •:ic.il-*l
,. ..lia-clit
s itl ^-S or l"arfr rat. Joiirn'-ym'-n Tall
•n, to tioro th*- kl(h*-"t will b* (rtv.n
w
JOHN joanAN
OtilMi Menfcaai Tailor, frout »t.
I vv |W HI
Ill K Kitten ot thi
Coal Cook fttov
r-1'U'
•mif YtnfcMM
Magazines f«r Xetenliri.
AKPtR's M» iN'Tlll.V
«OI)KY.» I.AIJVS IIOIIK.
lilt All VM'M 111 I'STRATKI"
vt»T..
:ip.i.
tin..
black n
l»rlPt -1 P.»n
W r^|p
dre
i'hlblf
ew trtir!-- f. 'r.*v*lji
tvet- f" Mat.iilia nud
mtiUe Freti-li M'-rinof*. print, t! V»lvet- f«t
HH m-w al-!•»* rlnf. Uin-- i^t
good bla^k -like at $1 i- var1. ft0pi*d»'«
l.vn.cy «»ths f.»r dp-fr.-ui io upwaids
B% J*Ule" Flannela PUid po^ins M"nmtug Per
sian lMame*, lall tolor^ »f Lupir all I-Ielue-^
H.O0 j»i'tat.r p-ii»t«,at all poo-- fi..iti6uj' tol^H
cent* MoufHne af« *iDBbftiu». Alpava-* n.--d
plain I»« ia»iir» »i fu c^niw. fri.m AuciK.n." a li uf
Fanrj Silk-, remaikaMy -heap. c»ctt4dtf
Wan-, fcr U*\. «'-|KvUlly Jidnpt^l V* VI
'.• w hi« tb'-y inviU-
!b«-
ii-
S?ri|»-, Pi.ti *0'l otb Fati y Htlk« pla
r.«ahm*-r* », LupluS lio i»b^*ur s v! ir» 1 W -Mpp r
t-laric Armi' 'Ik* Ri Sj'Ii*. S^tin j:
Ims k^ancb Hak Flanu N, blu k Drap ti" Mori
(m#»tt'nuK -'lk Sax .nv PI*».N. Antique
E V I O O O K S O V E
til«»f wturti ai«* wrrniU'«l t. k i.i t'.»- j» t.-i.i«' u »«i n»»-f »*•*!•«.
«L»
i:.' Xloi U ng or B«H iufi.
thi* lr». 11 :t' n S' -l i i .tt'h-iMe .Ih.,-4|. U|H|| Ilk I iO}»
WAKIMKTHI) TO Hi: I PMRPWT IIAKI'.M.
hair aha Ihe Bay State, New Empire Slale, Western Stale, aid a great Variety of «tker
4
mount rurnlnhlnff semui bin.i m'.*»• oi liitf
As tlie BUST Oo/«
Tht toica Book it tunes
X.. II ..ii i. I'"-' i.tti
O W E N O E S
Itif r- J
IIRI I.U0I1S, V AXKKi: \0 H0\^.tVi
too Laltr M.np alalrai l'hlcajt«.
I 0 S
\V
K
*i»iit a a-s,.rt.!.
nf 8tap!- m.'1 Fnn* y
Wat.b J. w.,ry.
ati i. n o' Mt
DR. W. D. ELAIN.
i NKW 'i:K.
O I S A A K i i
rin.i i» liH- iT.-d n It.- k
npini-i?' it* Hot i.
ii will I' l.it'py call t**'"'n- ^tUt »l
of tb' F»* and Etfi
4-4 French
Havingtl' V-'le"1! *-v-rni ii, "i i lnl brain
«f hi- tru-t -t- Mi'-vt' man?
Wh" hav'tfivn uj. in ?•}•.'• «.'• V h. i*j«
*mpt-»iu- of whi. I. art- w-aktr -i-tit. imaffinary
..bitcts li'iattiiC b- ire tli" ••yi ubj»rt? ^jp» *r .•»
curll t»yrl«.inl Ol tirt^be" "f iiffb!, !ar
mcnt of tho pupil* Ac
C'atara«t, In which tb*- leu# turn bitt» ats-t pr
v nt- ihe ra luhi pa^aatv' thmujiti tt. Opthalroa
or inflamathm, N'-ar-KWhl. Weabn.-s of\»-i .n.Hr*
bi!(iui- »r Stjuliiiiny:, a»well -ts peaftj'in it« varboi^
form
l|.i\ liik* r«r»iV'*1 from l*.ni- th^ii«w ajuI vv..|».l
ful Oj'iiulm.j-' up', »Ub which are etutblH
l.v.k int«» tb d' ptbs .if tb- »-w and
T,
J,-«-
the int«*» 11
iedi iv as th' nutmde. and th' reby a«i ri.ti t!.c
act Ktaft? if th""|tn fi'-rv :tn«l ictiiu* in AniMur.. .-.
the lens in iu 4pi'-nt A-io tfi" I'lunun.t'• 1
Hp niium for ••xatuitif ii w
nv-dtc-al pr par^tlotiA fortutinfr op ityofthc c»»r
nrtrt* or liliii «»Trr ihf» fy ithemt 'b ti«H* tifilv- kiuf»
or cauaticw.
T.» j.r» veni inn^aaiioii. |»r. deem- it prttd't I
*trtt»* b' ij» a r-^ulai Pb.«»lriat'. II Ink a tfm!
at-.f th».rniv«M- :y ..f V.-rmotr. al^i' thr N'.n
Y» rk Oi'tbitlmi. ||"-p|til «|id hi* M?«*ran 0««
hpf I-attribntabi* t« tb" to whi Ii
br'»:i*ht tbf nae .f in' dt' «t»*d ra|n r- tb ip «tt^
of a«" of thf try*.
P. 8 l)r. B. nil! V"tt- a jhrtb»n "f hi*tim*- toth
t1 itnit id of rhr'»nir dis» H-".-,«ijie«'ially of tht- tbn at
and luii^^. ba\ inK ai»d binif*:lf of Coiintnp*ifm af
t- 4Ur{'- |a. hi\ riirht Itnii: wa- li«#f b«- d^«»a
well a- m.iii* i i itk-•«o-. Wtoii
itfllf ur« rr- n* lu'i- ...
H-w-k I-land, o ?:i. dwi:
riirmrr'M Hen* QHtrrtrr*
lawa Agririiltiiral
iiHSKK HI KuCK l-l.lM' \M' HtilNh
NOl'kSK A VIKI.M. I'n.uriHoiN
Tlii'-shiliff Mb' h.ne- f.r l.a to I
'j
liadt*D»e»r»i»r».u»l
*p-i i. fin lb. i
lti »uf N*-w V..rk. Plulfcl'-ll'ln" si.d Bosl..u,
f. pi- :ul) .xmlM«..t lh«l ail ot.l- i- iitrn-od to him
w'M t- In ft ••'pa~'»*d by an» of tb**
.iImjv n«iii«l title* and in th' »om nal'te
rni*
M..ie. PlaiM. i hecH-,«.'lro.a»r- Billh. adr. fa .Im
lUClrr.iUrs, View. ..I Bnlidtn*' Portislf, ih«w
C.'.l-, Bu«ln*»« Canl*. 4^
111
N Ii
lirint Mil:-. P- ti Ml Mill- 'I i'i.rn Sli- i'' I"
artapt. 1 Hor-' P..w«t.
Agri. uitura1 Ik il-r», S'lCTr Mill*. ChtW Pr-»e
i (.'ni-li.
Meat CutKiMu-ta|rH n.*r«, ipftdes aod
Spa'Mttk'
Fvikti, Hav and lut»« Forlr-
War-fi a'1,1 R«. oa Wb^-ltaHrrows, «nd
iCm^ralh ^11 t!ipl*'in nf- l»y Fa-Bier*.
Gra*w V uhltr and Fl. w !?i-d»
E S
el«-hrat»«l B* !i
Mvur-i
«K-t. ai-.i*. t. NOI RSK k VK1I.K.
LEiLAIRK A
Have ..peiici an
CO*.
At Uw DBPOT am.DING» wher* aMal. *111 b*
**r?«d st all bows Bahttas by tb*
Say aal araak.
knwHiM l%NM-tr.
•tt -l.fr it»»-
'Ut"-*.
ii-r*
1
"X
*i-
THE MERn 00K SiTOVE.
K,/"'
SMITH
& iu:uim
Coo U Htovo
To Ta* Payers
N
HKTFIlfoS'K I.-VIIIKS SA.I.A
Empire
li int-1«
tb
•rr2ad«!:.
cbaslUK in tblK ma?k t, a^urinn tf. i
and i-ri hutu-I fail t» «atitrv.
Storr.
I i I
'11 v ISrllr
OVSTI
K
TUIXTXdE
Im ku.tl- S..IIJ. n- "I tlrtil* Tl.r 1*
i literal }**tionay will tw h-ariily appr«-ci.»
JIM OAII.ANFI!
.. t. 10 (|!f
O I U S S 1 K U S
i
A v «*rf |wl«pr mill
4
H.fiT™Krtll», f«..r l»...,rs Ka.l »f Prrr,.
^MITII A. KI'.HIM.I'OX.
IIKIiA)I
Tf/JJ J-oST oh'J-iVU.
riniK •nl'^ribtrr lak. u.T»tn. a
piibljf tbu: bf iin- me I- js-Tmamcui «.
inunt.- wb» «^n-tai4J|y tn -tipply of t)ESTKHH ti« i
fioni tbe ikhicb b»- rr« iv«i espr
d-iy. wtii l»-happj to •, tn»-Mi u« bi«
«r- In .my manuer Be Will k -n
hand d)l k^iidi of
ftaaie
aad
TfidgM,
iH
'•lit** I i nu Apt ia #f
VAX ALSTI'SE &
t'lllt'AiiU. 1 I.I.' N- i
K. R. HOW IvV.
BUh KIX tiLOVKS,
WHIps LASI1ES
Depot,
i K I K W I
TURNER'S GINGER WINE,
Bfttckbrrry and *Vatirt If 'Mn,
Syrups and (ordials.
C'tn' «I »hci \, .S "I.i K'-nt-*,
.%is*.pi,mi• *i"i Kwftcy Cir»**rto»
Alt*, p. i a, *!m at I) ewrr^'
p, v -Afciiif.r
A.I
irif.fif it
Uni-i vallod
^iliiiiinndri' Nnfes.
1\
S A I: S#
Uf .ii-f TOi K ..tf'
i v i-
•!. f.i' i
i i tii .miM' d« HMl»d f««i tb**ir
WtlHl.ll KENOWNKII SAI'K. Uv» o|**ed a
Mranrii D-p«)t tarafo, 12 Writ* Mt wh*r« th^v I
w'I j. .1 ii t.tu' pi' a' V w V k Pre
.liijbt fr ivht.
/rirrffrr*' and Banker* Sal'r*.
I |, .. ,|... |. k. jr All
-.i Hi t-* ti- fi nil fro'i.
1* PIlhN II P1KKM»\
WENTWORTH & FOLSOM,
O A N S I V E
I-
/i 11
Aii V S THKHT. (tPJ'OS i'/
WAKIIIH
JKHKiia.
Sll\LKr00NS,
Fi:t T.U'bBN,
88 CljitnEC
STllEBT I
m.AIR
S
J01 K!S AI. OF K0N kM
iticiot K in.tiM- th lMi!»tr.it^l in ih hiib*
-t -iyj.« ..f n «MMfi,'. mm ,- Th V... IU- II -fr,
»rfl»«lly«i**rv -f »bf |4n»«." and "ITMn-
Ma^nlflfnt KutrrprNf.
PV*(H» ^rR-fRIHKRs INnXE VKAH
TU MK »M I N K11 IS «-l\ s
.n .iUHi hi I I i N i1 It I ti I I vf
v%
i-Ii
W rntnl' u
Fauidv l*aj»
H*CIL K8TATK A6ENCIBa
aunta| ft 41 IBM Wit LU»|H-lttk
a 1
5 V i I U V N I N r- 1 I I I
.ii*2 nak- %ii xsraor-flfuir* i~k that .&*
Hot. rnf..-r-h. l*i* io.-i.tl.- and
ih- loll- V! ir,ti i xtrrf. rdhia iir ai»* to a
M)WK»T ».-•
i-t. W «d-iMt y-t'Miof i»f»-mitii
ti Kul \I.I.KT ai«d' annul I*
»}»!. fir .i th it w- hi
tIts- ti-.
yir #.'^1,01^ I n tir.-t th •.
and kegalia.
iti) il fo«- o t-H"kr ri%iK.
n* tb -to an s i'h l.ou
k. S:r.- -U t'iill'AUO
i.,that nkvkk
•I i pa--f.i in hit.
a -«ui 'i|ufti
Silver Plate,
II.I.II |. l!M- 1 !».. N w V I Pl.t. 0,r,i,
I »iy. I.. r.l- OM MU.M to' .m*,
OWE Hl'MMlED DULUK« Tl, n
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