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lrXITl CLOTTD, XAX8 AS : TUntftyt , i : Jimry 12, I860. Territorial IcguUtnra GoTernor't Keu&ge. TIm Legislature met at Lecompton, on Monday week, and after MTeral days' parley, voted to adjourn to Lawrence. The Governor interposed bis Tito, and then tie question came up for passage orer the reto. In tbe House, there was Jost the reqoired two thirds rota to carry It;. but in the Council, it wanted one of it. Bnt the Republicans have learned trick or two. Brent, Republican, dis puted the seat of Marion, Democrat, as Councilman from Atchison County ; so the Republicans onsted Marion, gave the eat to Brent, voted again on the adjourn tnent, and carried it I The Legislature la bow in session at Lawrence. They bare a new subject cp, and are wrangling ver it to wit : ITiggert ! Qot. Medary's Messago has been re ceived. It would occupy about five col umns of oar psper. It is a fair, business like document, confined exclusively to Territorial affairs. The Governor sets out by cautioning against hasty and reckless legislation, which is often more injurious then failure to legislate at all. He makes some judicious recommen dations in favor of simplifying County and Township organizations, and reduc ing the number of officers. He thinks the act of the last Legislature, taking from the Governor the power to fill va cancies in office, was unwise, and has given rise to great inconveniences ; and be recommends a law for the organiza tion of new Counties, and the appoint ment of necessary officers. He takes ground against the Registry Act, and desires its repeal. We think be is right in that The law has failed to effect what was intended, and has been tnfair in its operations. Such a law may be a good thing in New York, bnt 4 it wQl not answer for Kansas. He thinks the Codifying Committee appointed by the last Legislature, was a humbug, and made a bungle of their work. He recommends a Isw for a just and reasonable rate of interest on money loan ad, and to prevent money sharks from . oppressing the needy. The Governor is righteous on that subject. He recommends economy, and meas ures to relieve the people from some of the oppressive tsxes with which they are now overburdened. He denounces, se verely and justly, a system of speculation practiced by many Assessors, in receiv ing money for taxes, then buying up County warrants at a heavy discount, and turn Lug them in at full value, as having teen paid for taxes. He suggests that every officer, before entering opon the duties of his office, be required to take an oath, faithfully and honestly to discharge thoee duties. He calls attention to a Resolution in the State Constitution, requiring the Le gislature to make provision for the sale and pre-emption of lands granted to the State, which he thinks includes the School lands. . This would be the means of soon squandering the School lands, which shonld ever be held sacred for the pur pose for which they were intended. He asks the Legislature to memorialize Con gress to exempt these lands, when the Bute is admitted. We think the Gov ernor hu overlooked Section 5th of the Article on Education, in the Constitu tion, which reads : "The school lands shall not be sold, unless such sale shall be authorised by a vote or tbe people at a general election ; bnt, subject to revaluation every live years, they may be leased for any number of years not exceeding twenty-five, at a rata established by law." Ha says that, as the Constitution pro vides strict banking lswa, there will pro bably be numerous applications to the present Legislature for bank charters, ' which could be termed vested rights, and with which the Constitution, therefore, vonld not interfere;; and he cautions the Legislature against granting any such charters. . Right agaia ; for no greater curse than wild-cat banks can be inflicted pon a new community. . He recommends measures for the erec tion of a Penitentiary, which is greatly Beaded; the procuring of a suitable room for the Territorial Library ; and a room for the Territorial arms. - Ha reports that peace, plenty and pros perity reign throughont the Territory; and tonoladea by advising amicable re lations with Missouri, whose business in terests are cloeely connected with our wo.' He especially desires that the peo ple of Kansas shonld not steal the Mia sonrians niggers in which, we presume, nearly every person in the Territory will agree with him. This is the Union-saving portion of the Massage. Uooarr- Inaooaaca. Tba -adiior-of Th Littiji DoartsirTJlai-i Coa"-1 T.rXJ lFTke ofSeenf of White the lows Point Dispatch hu determined not to have anything more to do with na we have gone too deep for the innocent youth and he launches'out into a dis sertation upon Cyprians, the Five Points, and "sich like," in a style which shows him to be thoroughly at home on the subject. It is a pity ha had not thought of these things sooner. Had, he made his wise determination before he provo ked the bull, he wonld not have felt the animal's horn. . But the holy horror and shocked modesty which he assumes, are refreshing they tickle ns ! After court ing a complete skinning, and getting it to his heart's content, he suddenly suffers an attack of righteousness, cries out that he is the victor, and threatens not to fling his sweet-scented odors at us any more! Unhappy He admitted into the columns of his psper, indiscriminate ly, as editorial, the anonymous filth of any person who offered it, requiring no greasman Yallandigham Clement L. I Cloud Lodge, No. 6. were installed, on of Ohio, is an ambitious man ambitions Saturday evening last, by D. V. U. U... for notoriety and he is determined to J. F. Swarta. The following are the get into notoriety, even if he baa to be elective and appointed" officers for the current term: C. M. Wniiama, K. G. ILF.Macy.Y.G. ; Thoe. C. Shreve, B. S. Sol. Miller, P. S. '.. . R. 8. Wakefield, Trass. John M. Hillman, W. " J - James Moore, C. - B. F. Ruffoer, I. O. C. Dana Sayrs, O. G. J. W. Moors and Wm. ILMeock, B. kicked in. He is like a little "feist' dog bound to bark can't live without it. He barks at every object that pre sents itself, barks "all around the edges. ana barks as long as the object is in sight, Bnt he is in his favorite element, when barking at the biz does.' Shonld two of them get to fighting, or even snarl ing and showing their teeth, "feist" pitches in and barks most furiously, What though it don't, affect the temper of the larger curs, or scarcely even at-1 S. and L. S. to N. G. tract their attention ? . His business is to I Morris Fraley and J. W. Wilhoit, R. bark, and bark he does. . S. and L. 8. to Y. O , At the time pf the Harper's Ferry in- : Allen Hollcraft and C. Dana Sayrs, surrection, when it was supposed that all I R- and L. 8. S. well behaved Congressmen were at home. I 0. C. Whitney, Chaplain- certain distinguished persons visited Old '- Henry TJlsh, P. G." Brown. Who should sneak in with The Lodge is ia a healthy and flour- other guaranty for its insertion, than that thsm probably hidden beneath some Wring condition. it abused ourself or some other person one of their cloaks but this ssme little obnoxious to him or his owners; and Congressional "feist?" Once in. he now that we hare hung him cp by the barked right out. The visitors went in snout to dry, he kicks terribly, whines to question Brown ; but it appsars that dismally, and has the assurance to snuf- the little dog was too fast for them, for fle outthsthehad endeavored to make -the greater part of the catechising was ns a " fair snd manly stand-up fight," done by Yallandigham all eo directed but that we were unable to meet him in las to redound to the notoriety and self honorable combat I Truly, he has a no- interest pf the aforesaid Yallandigham vel understanding of the definition of a I Congress met, and a furore was raised "fair and manly sUnd-np fight." He over Helper's book. Southern men understands it to mean that half a dozen pitched in. and denounced the book fori leiiows msy lie in amousn and nnn rot- onsly. The " feist," of course, must ten gobs at a single person on open bark and he did bark most terrifically, ground, while the latter is in honor going a little farther in his denunciation bound to do nothing but quote Chester- than any Southern man who had spoken, field to his nnseen assailants I He did not stop here, ne had come Let ns see how the matter stsnds : As from Northern State, and foolishlv im Tbe Atlantic Monthly, for Janu ary, is before us. It the fifth volume of this excellent ' work. No change will" be made ia the plan of the Magazine, and all the' popular writers who have heretofore contributed to it, ill continue to do so. In this numlier are the first chapters of a new Romance entitled "The Professor's Story," by 01 ver Wendell Holmes, which will be con tinned throughout the year. Terms the Atlantic, 83 a year, postage paid, to any part of the United States. For Clubs 2 copies, 85: 5 copies, 810 11 copies, 820 the subscribers paying their own postage, 33 cents per year, The Admiaistrtt m. .. . . i w BlaTt'IasTirrectioa. Wklit Mm mtiacltd by m gang of .Vyro Slant in Bolivar, Mo. Alarm of the Vuixent the jstgroet anten tnie w snorts to organize are still the absorbing ireow owe .vr ana ,n wpuw conversation; and the eonsum . Panytroutly .Wounded tht Owner of mat ion does not appear to be any nearer on of tht ttlaeet oaay wounaed ay - at nami than it did two weeks ago. The ganuatton of a ttgUanct Votnmtttet. I Kepnbliems have no chance of success in te., c. .a. ' I electing b her man, without a bargain Wabsaw. Mo.. Dec. 23. The South- WUB wraeoouy -who can bring them west Democrat, of this mornin?. contain soroe aiJ. J. W. Fornev ia here bid- tbe following telegraphic dispatch : ,1DS. without the capital that will enable At about eleven o'clock n Monday 'm to fQ,fiJ his part of the agreement night last, the citizens of Bolivsr were wu,cn Q'res to make. He has but aroused by a shunting and throwing of tnre T0,e. nd even those three cannot rocks on the public square. 00 btck from Sherman whether he A large crowd eongretfared in a few luem lo go or not. mcknian. Uas- Duri one sent ng the speech of5ir.o:.v h mm a tnmM-. ,"""!, which he drank, saying "llJB'l 'ghter.J in order for th tiU KVHuninan f n f- irrt . L inquired ' as. the drinking of, Wwk were doing without it. 1 Mr. Smith said that wu . . Constitutional privileges ofU thaHou. Laughter T A Voice "I'd like.ta hi.. dry as thunder." ' "". r moments, and it was found thst a eanz k'n ,nd ScbwarU have already voted Loud Iauirhter!I .v.tt of negroes had attacked a few whlf mn " e "pahlican candidate. After further remarks M, r. with rocks, clubs. Ac me inenns oi aenator Uouglaa refuse caved another tumbler of 1 When a sufficient number of whites ttt dwgrace themselves bv becoming par- which he drank. K-; were collected together, they attacked the lo 108 infamous coirfpact by which the gallery, creating much marri nefrroes, driving them into the woods. apostate seeks to be rewarded for his . Mr. Burnett, of Keutnckv Whfle in pursuit, guns and pistols were cne"7. i he whole Uemocratic dele- rose to inquire whether this was a ' ed lanehter.l . freely used on both sul The blacks gation from Illinois, and Mr. Montgomery, treat. Renewed lanehter 1 of Pennsvlvania. ha vntorl in lin tnr I Tli i v . . '1 threatened to bum the of Pennsylvania, have voted in line for The Clerk said he would not o Jt v ning. Bocock. and are true to their allegiance, to decide that point, but wanl.l town before morning, A vigilant watch was kept, however, and all attempts were foiled. One negro was dangerously wounded from a pistol shot. Several were cap tured and confined in jail. The citizens' called a meeting at the Court House this morning, and appoin ted a vigilance committee, who are tak Address Ticknor A Fields, No. 135, soon as the nresent editor assumed sole .rin,! tW .nm. tU r1. 1 Washington Street, Boston. Mass. I o r B.j , . controloftheDispatch.be expressed, to suspect him of entertaining feelings onfyXhe Lawrence correspondent of the Buiuv vi 4i vi vuicB ma micuuoB Borne raojecw in common who nonnorn venworth Timi. ioeak nir of tha ad otacKgvara ns, ana to zcep u up. n people ; so ne arose, ana toon nnnecessa- ;onrnment of the Legislature from Le- we gave him an opportunity ; bat with- ry pains to deny having any feelings or compton to Lawrence, ssys : out waiting tor provocation, ne opened sympatuiei in common with tbe people The Governor vesterdsv vetoed the the way himself, in about a column of of the North. jeint resolution adjourning to Lawrence. slanjr. in which we were accused of beincr I Mora rvcnt1. Mr. TVanrfi mA antnc tie seems to think it strings that the Bf ty-two members of the Legislature, clerks, officers, and all their friends, cennot tar ry at Lecompton forty days and forty nights the precise time that Noah and bis interesting family were in the Ark. When that correspondent can spare tar There was a Dance at the Veran dah House, on Friday evening last It was well attended, and from thoee who were present, there was a general expres sion of satisfaetioa at tha manner ia which everything passed off. I ,W Carey B. Whitehead, Esq.. of tha Territorial Legislature, will accept oar thanks for a copy of the Governor's Message. an accomplice of and sympathizer with derogatory remarks in reference to Mr. Old Brown, and similar stuff. In reply, Grow's course on an appropriation bill. we obeyed the Scripture injunction, and Grow retorted that Branch had not acted "answered a fool according to his folly." the gentleman, and refused to retract. In his issue immediately succeeding the An excitement was np, and it was eri kst election, considerable space was again 1 dent that a challenge would ensue. Here little time from politcs, we suggest that devoted to ns eonsisting of taunts, filth, I wss a glorious opening for the " feist." he brighten np in Scripture. We refer slang and inaendoes, and also abusing All the little circumstances would be him to the seventh chspter of Genesis, other citizens of nur town. In return, published throughout the land, and here and particularly the last versa of that we expressed oor opinion of him, in few was an opportunity to gain some notori- chspter. words and plain language. Then he em- ety and he improved it. He bounced ployed help. It was freely talked, by op, and re-iterated Branch's "charges, ad those in the confidence of the parties, that ding some of his own manufacture. But a certain individual, whom we had al-1 it does not appear that his ravings even ways considered our friend, snd for whom so much as attracted a passing notice we entertsined the highest respect, was I from any other than the reporters, whose going to "put ns through" had devoted business it is to record whst transpires in himself to the task of " using us np" I Congress. had long entertained a desire to get a I Poor Yallandighaml That was a bid " wipe" at ns. We denied this to those I to become Branch's second in the antici who broached the matter to ns told paled duel. , It would have been a "ten them that tbe person was our friend, and strike' W The Leavenworth Daily Dispatch has come out in an entire new dress, and is now one of the neatest, as it has here tofore been one of thesprightliest, papers we receive. The new toggery is good evidence that the Dispatch is properly ap predated by the people of Leavenworth. It pays more attention to local mat ters than any paper in the City. In pol itics the Dispatch is a Douglas Democrat. in giving him a renntation for Published by J. T. ninton, O. Prescott, chivalry, and for being a champion of W' D' White' "d C A' P8 l mat we naa no tears oi bis mixing in. Rnt mm mnfuM wa w.r n.l. I tha KnnfJi TTnm-afornl Ttrn.kt TT A'.A 86 a year. pointed, when the Dispatch of Decern- not even acknowledge the offering, pre- The bill providing for a Consti ber 24th came out, at finding, in the very ferring a friend from the South, to one tution and State Government for Nebras- hrst inside article, inserted as editorial, who bad denied bis own section. But ka, has become a law, and we notice that and occupying over a column, the un- Yallandigham has some consolation, the people are beginning to move in tbe mistakable "ear-marks" of the individ- His ranUngs appear in the Congressional matter of nominating Delegates. The ns in question ; and the authorship was reports people will read, and exclaim : Republicans of Nemaha County are at made no secret by the knowing ones. "Don t Vailandigbam talk to them T lnrV Tt mux! tint spruit A 'inrnnoj if What a spunky fellow that Vallandig- Nebraska goes decidedly ReDublican. at nam ia i " vailandigbam is a h II of the Delegate election. a man I The article contained language as ob scene as obscenity csn be. But that one article was not all. Almost the entire editorial page was devoted to ns. and But Yallandigham figures in the re- Y We 6 0n" k,Dd 0f wetherfor eveiv article eontind tln nd Mn. Dorts of Congress, onlr bnii tn. only about three days at a time. For 4 r V I ....... ity. Yet the editor of the Dispatch has porters are compelled to take down his morB lMn montn PMl " au Men the effrontery to ssy that he conducted gymnastics ; and that is but slender con- Urnmt'D8 between "erely cold, and fair the combat, on his part, in a decent and oolation, after all. Won't somebody give 8Prin wealher. th n'erage duration of honorable manner. We wish we had a Vailandigbam a pretext to challenge C8en 'Veu oein D0Dl ine um above eepy of that particular number of the him? Won't somebody challenge Val-1 8tate LMapaicn. to send to each of our readers, "anuignsro r on t somebody so much f tfr Rome sc.mn n-rn.tr.il m.m inree persons united tneir talents, in that aiian.i.gnamT lie is dying for trick, in this place, one night last week. issue, to wnip ns out. we ssw at once "or.cly, na nouoay wm notice him. by cutting a bellows belonging ta a poor how the matter stood. A force of big Won't somebody even spit on Vallan- blacksmith. We did not kn th.t nr guns was bronght into the field, in full W ? eommnnity contained such a rascal. The conaaence mat we would be outdone; and we had to choose between three al- Cosobiss. The same old tune. No fellovr if ngbt, ought to be "blowed Rnaatrav mot mwiA V.AU V- 1 J v. I UD crow: fjf a . . - I inn u mm. rai nMinnini tt il.i i j . . . . to keen on a running fiht for .n J o-- yu-, . ibeurand becietary of tbe I. O. - o i l ,nn rrralw will eii iAnm taithAnt .... indefinite period, whieh wonld have been .- ' l ' u. jr. ol Kansas, reports ten bnbordmate VKVUlmn nnraniratmn fir. hm 1 . ... V.T1.. I . . . .... as distasteful to our readers as to onrself; cv.Vn "vT.i, 7 7 ""V ""S8 " tn ory, wbUe the report orweh.dtoriv.th.rB...un,fll. SnnJcked three vote, of an elec of the Grand Muter make, tha number 0 , I fmn vv . ha lava lia I. TT I .. . ..... a single dose, and send them howlin to 7, T , ? """ only sine, as be shows one to be decided .. . , , , ... : mau coniractora are oecoming importan ce cnose tne latur, and ... 1.. In , , w.w M UUVU the members, stating that if appropria tions are not soon made, the maila most stop. . The Democracy are responsible. Bnt what care they? Helper, and Old their kennels, dosed them with a liberal hand. In do ing to, wa need the only kind of language that we knew, from experience, conld be appreciated by them ; and we are happy to lay that it hu had the desired effect of Brown., boM8 detnmd their aUcntIon drying them op. ihey are divested of their hides, and now. think to escape condemnation, by assuming a sanctimo nious look, and affecting great morality, Wa have Bo desire to undertake to rea ly an unttibordiaaU Lodge. . ' A printer In New Orleans, named Case, recently died of "lead fe2er,".eon- Itracted by the habit of putting types ia his month. It ia the first time we ever heard of types being injurious to a Can. Wa received a copy of the Daily Tin Chicago, on Christmas. FTed- Nebrukian, the other day, wrapped in a erick Wein waa married to Catharine portion of the manuscript of Gov. Black's Bosh. Frederick must he a wicked lei Message. Wa do not write this merely lew. for we are told that "good Wint . .... ... I la rnmmnnirar. tha ikn.. rM v . I j . n z i son onr readers into ina oeuet mat tne vu i atmum uu xa. language we used wu anything else than "7 f " chirography is a type what it appeared, and have no regrete to of tni retneM' tbea we have a chance tj- ni k. r a ,v i a i . v. iuiw wua w Bwaava mm cvuvkiici vvlUUIII express, except that any one shonld give ?J "ov. It u oae of tbe M(mt h,. a A. 1 . m I KI Stair ffva hit Mnnaal.;. .a. Z -A -.L a. I ns cause to aia so. y e leave sncn laise Ju Cal jonrnala in tha United States, and penitence to mm or tbe Dispatch. We -is" - our own, ana one nM t newi paper; Tu no anperior. were answering Diacxguaraa in tneirown I iur iuo otoer, were it dialect, after due consideration and fore I not tbat oor writing hu the advantage of thought, and aared not what tha conse- beul8 punctuated, which his doe not poeaess. Therefore, wa are a little ahead of tha Governor. qnences might be. Those who set the precedent, are tha first to affect a shocked modesty. Wa hope they are satisfied wun tneir experiment, and we news psper, 1 KiWa lean-that Levi HanawaU. I known around here, about m year ago,7 as "Oli Levi,- died at Lexington. Rich- The Eaton (O.) Register comes tons ina new dress,' 'greatly enlarged. them that no one will be more gratified and printed on a power nreas. rOar m. than ourself. if tbev abide bv their reao-1 nllartinn nt tKa PMnara. A. vi.k ,v. I tha - " n ' vm wm.m UIQ land County, Ohio, a day or two before Christmas. , ,. Ciacman Gizrm. See tha pros pectus of the above staunch old journal okdest and best newspsper in tha ntioa to let ns alone. ; When they have time when wa first began to think. It is I West II u richly worth every east ask occasion hereafter to test the calibre of a ever a welcome visitor to onr office, aad big gnn. perhape they win point the is read with interest 'We are clad to ad for it. muzzle in another direction. A. mfn IB PltlatMnvh. .luial As long as I see, by this new improvement, that this I Philip Bort, wu arraatad, en New Year's Burt is they " shinny on their own aide," they sterling paper Is properly appreciated"byIay. for baatinbia wife ' MJ need lave no fears of a similar visitation, 1 the people of old Preble. ''". - V'. 'a "Ind tut." They will not compromise their own ed, put the question to the H,! h. v. j: f l. : .1.- r i rf i. -"" vaai.vbci UVI IUQ IIIUUIU( VI iliCir CUICI I LMIIIfUler. 1 by touching the enemv or bv conntenane-1 Mr t . c- - i vi Aa.cr.iLUl. IT -1 mfl-. mgtb traitor who hnve con otot to evJioarn. to that ill f thsiTllaslvM IS Val ifiAlP irknfkf whai e I Cm m? uwa MWMuaB wuwuw i x iTTB ui mi. nn "li forney's treason is worth the price he Mr. Smith, of Viri?;n;aT 1 demands for it. Having carefully conn-1 to adiourn this mnrnimr m-w J o ' - i ... ... i - . rt " ' MJ log active measures fo ducover those lu" ",u" m ",0 renegat,. aaa toe reverence lor tne day, but the Dirt. n. engaged in the riot. Mgee wbich they are required to pay regards the Sabbath u an innovstio. A mounted company is now engaged T coni.nuauon oi nis sian.iers. many popular liberty, and repudiates it u, ? . .. " i . . ... I ai t nam n.va m ..1. li T Mr..1. t. l. I .1.1 . . ranging toe wooas in search ot tne ". . ZJr """"r " ' "DK(-racai. was not wiIIiDtn blacks. u,m ,lnk- This is a critical conjuncture ifest their respect for the Saivon, , The owner of some of the rebellious IT. ,ne u' 01 lM "epnbiiean party, world, and hence refiwed to aJ! .1 t-.jl .1. i 1 1 ha nM.1 all thm .haranl.. tha. hac. f I T ,n!.V ?. . fl . J""U. aiBTe wm oaniy wonnuea to-aay, ana I -. . UIUa, vimiian and only aaved himself by flight. Several of the blacks have been severly punished. Great ' excitement prevails. ' ' Every man is armed and prepared for a more serious outbreak., At the very latest advices, however, the excitemoot had somewhat subsided. common decency, and they will have spirit. laughter. engagsd i , "J need of more if they succeed in electing love, endeavoring to enlighten the J i the endorser of the Helper book. Watk- ened understandings of that aid rfi Won Constitution. Dir. 17 lA. Hons hot tnlm T ;n:... . - j . .U. W UlinfF f A I a I way for an adjournment. All IIcnq ! The men associated with . Mr- of Georgia. I Dem.l im.,v John Brown are hun. Of all of them, t"at op1' distinguished man had u- Cook will excite the least avmoathv. th' N things must have in n4 j l. He betrayed his cause and his chief, aad premed Mr. Smith's speech wonld men like not traitors. ILeoghter.j U would movs tW W.' For the dignity and safetv of Yiririnia Smith be permitted to ContiniM .;. w day the House met, and wu called to we regret that the bloody raid into that "ks nntil they were finish!, and tha Zajuaa Legiilatnre. Lecwotoji, Jan. 2d, '60. At noon to- order by Mr. Ayres, of the last House. Thirty-two members answered to their names, showing seven absent. Mr. Lind having been chosen tempora ry chairman, the following named gentle men were chosen officers : Speaker G. A. Colton, of Lykins. Ciiief Clerk Mark W. Delabay. of Leavenworth. Docket Clerk John W. Day, of Jeff erson. Q . . : i . 1 LI 1 "l I tfl. hftnia at. n.l S ! .1 . is stern, we know; but when tempered ciusion. excessive langhter.l wun mercy, always more eaective. Had I ay- "gg, oi new i ork. (Amer.) Gov. Wise Dardoned John Brown ami I desired Mr. Smith to srive soma nu... his followers, public opinion would have I ba gnerantee of how much more tint been corrected, and pnblic sympathy as- proposea lo occupy. If he wonld eon. susged. As it i, instead of tbe crimi- tinue to entertain the House dnring ih nitis being condemned as outlaws, thev will be held, by many, as martyrs in stead of their acts being condemned u I traitorous and murderous, they will be Engrossing Clerk John L. WiUon, I cherished as aclf-sacrificing and heroic of Pottawattomie. No ear is, or can be. deaf to the mat- Enrolling Clerk Andrew Strk, of I tered sympathy which comes from pulpit Linn. holiday week, it would save the niHHsaai. ty of adjourning over. Laughter.1 The vote on adjournment was than . nounced Yeas, 75. Navs. 124. SotV. ITouse refused to adjourn. Re- Journal Clerk n. P. Chase. For Sargent-at-Arms George Warren, of Douglas. The successful candidates are all pnblicana. Cocscil. In the Council, the vari ous oiheers were chosen by strict party votes the Republicans officer. We think we generally know tU and platform, and the press all over the m,UI 0J lne. Southern opposition in Cos- country. It is as tbe roar or half sup- " "M c'"r U,B ningtos pressed thunder. Nor is it unmeaning. P'f. does not. If it did. it would t It will deepen the feeling sgainst slavery cre'ul bo uttered such fanatical o- x . . . . . P . . liana, aa tha rnT1.;. in oreasia mat now netest it, ana waken " -"s- data tno-.. u. i .r i i.. i. I "ever was there so of thousands that never thought of it. Deeply do we regret tbe end of this electing every criminal foray. A nobler, wiser, course should have been pursued. It bss not The vote stood as follows : I been. Blood for blood hu been the prin- For President, W. W. Updegraff ciplo on which Gov. Wise and Virginia I received six votes, W. G. Matthiu five, have acted. Ibis sangninary policy, we and Ueebeone. repeat, will only Un a name which will For Chief Clerk J.J. Ingersoll 8: buret out with intense fuiy. and which ThomuM. O'Brien 5. - justice tempered with mercy would have for bergeant-at-Arms U. M. bell- effectively smothered. Leaf. T.m$. man R A CI P.tr;lr For Assistant Clerk A. Cutler 7 The Posmoir or Mabtlasd. The Congress who conld defend his vott to- J. VV. Jenkins 1: Smith Devinner 5. Baltimore Patriot tslks in this style to ,ore Dl' constituents, were it cast forth . . j r: i.l. o i ...... n.n......:.. j: t... .u..t... ror Door Keener John K. Rankin 7- oouuiern uitinnioniHis: u.v.i.ifc.utucunuiiiie ioropii. S. P. Thomnsnn. 8. "The declarations of Mr. Crawford. 10 dore him is to endorse the al- ! ... t .r . r t i i oi ueorgia, yesrerisy, nave no terrors I u"u'"l'u,ul ul ame uaenansn, au for Maryland. Let who mny be elected sn-'h n act would be truly "self-admis-President in I860, according tothe forms ietered strychnine." Louwillt Jomi. ever was there so available an im portunity for a new member to tomplcti ly immolate himself, at the threshholj of his Congressional career, u is furniiW to the South Americans upon tha occa sion of the present election for Spftkw. It may be wormwood to his gII to coal esce with th Democracy in the orgnnii. tioa of the House, but 'it will be self ad ministered atrychnine in a dost tha wonld cause a lion to succumb if he do not eo coalesce." There is not a South American is Ths Docclas Sdhrckokr. We have icuauio .iitiuc iium Bauiii4ioa luai i "ill .1 i r .l . 1 c.... r .1 - ii .1 iiimMuci iy ina uhio me country, sue senator Douglas has surrendered to the T. -11 1 -. . .1 1 - ' j a jr:.. 1 t for one will snlimit to the election and nil lull. .IIU wo aupposo US IS and we doing penance to Mr. Buchanan, and the fire eaters, fie hu thus alienated his friends, and if we are correctly informed. 1 gristed bis enemies. Forney and at least five of the Anti-Lecompton mem bers of Congress, have deserted him I This is confirmed by the announcement made bv Mr. bhennan in tbe House of Representatives yesterday that he wu in favor of electing Forney Clerk. This is the last of Douglas, so far u regards his f residential aspiration. The South enrs- ed him before; they will now kick him. 1 he fire eaters will Tbe Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer says: Air. iinchanan remarked to a gratl- man on Saturday, that all this fn, sad u: 1 . . shall seek to Prevent the inauguration of "".". r " : v-. .v . iro mrongn me country, and tnis conus- the new President. Issy, even though I .i .u . il r, .1. - uaj m 11 - un ra ass nrnm nnn niaa i m stand by the Union, even though the Congrcsaional delegation from Georgia, as gravely announced by Mr. Crawford, every State in the Union, North, South, Eaat and West, shall repudiate ths elec T T 1 :n : .l. i: uuu, ,iijl,utl Will lUBlBb UU UUCUlCUCfl I . 1 . . 4 -.. , . , r. 1 t . 1 1 1 . icrTininjquiei at iuariesiown, man ia to the federal envemment. and rail tn I . . . ' . J I taM t h.r. ha. ..... K..n ... li innH ni . st nonsense in the world. That with eight marines, he could have kept the flag of the Union." I disturbance there. Plot to Catcbx Joshua R. GmDixoa. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial, writint, f.irm ?farRall Kw HUk tuiiei-l IU USinK that Ih.r. 1. a Amw .,A . nl . V.. n l. ..j ..v .: r - . :' : - - ... y.-..-... vu.,k, .,1,1 .iau nuu-uruilNiriou IUCII I (rinia anil Kantnlr. lt t , nan th. U. T? I 1 . T . . l J " K " a avis, wno navereinrne.i to tue Dem- .Inahn. r ij;,i,i;, ; . . v..k. Ctrmt l hnr IKaw tsfmll nnr vawnawit I . . . . . - - j .v.-a.v. 1 I at 1 s f m r""w iiivva r rv smrno.rw aan.a ihmiib i . . .1- . .1.. 14 i- r.ii "7 " "niuv.ji ituw 1 sre not as nauie to nave tusir un icauci ur urn luuuwrra. r. f Virginia n. h .1 Ih.. V , ... ... . ...... I. ; ""j"'--'-"-k I soocaeti u Lougiu will oeior ww w ping the gallant oi l man te not stated, to comet He will orobaWy feel better Douolas. It seems to be settled that Don elan shall spend the winter in Flori da for the benefit of his beslth ! It i true that other people manage to recover from the billions fever without rasortio; to climstics of this sort; but othea people Buchanan has got the Little Giant down. and he will keep him there. Forney, who wu tbe hu followed ?. , ; . . . B. . " l'u"' outrage will be committed; but should it ..a- umiuciiuu, biji iifmi Himwii. Cincinnati GazHU. Dee. 12. sterdCTrieVdofDon' J' "rtobt lynch him according by lha t5m. the Chlrleston 't'oaveatioa mT b wllk 'VhfmoPproV,Soathcrn fMbion- afiall jownl-i). Trmt. him as far u it wu safe to We have no fear, however, that such an J 1 . Hie accusation against Dr. J. C. Aver. of Lowell, for sUbbifg R. 8. Fay. Jr. the Treasurer of the Middlesex Mills, hu been withdrawn because the prosecutor . .... .. -. .. lound tnat no , complamt against bim could be sustained. The fact is that Dr. Gov. Willard is ssid to hsve wnttsn be. wa warn tl.a Ktj- nf VIrmnia thai it I to his wife that he hu ne bone of ssvniC & .1. ... . t T. . ft. msy expect vengesnce the most signal ner orotner, woor. uov. we w would follow tha daatt. Tn nrK sin sreint less, and the President refuses tenert nohumsn being conld answer for the his influence in the matter. All rig- I a . .. a tkaa eonseanencee. II any must swing. let an naog ujr . I alike the begging traitor, ana nis Stabs Abovi ad JJelow "Venus MMn..:A.. TTu. Dtm. nn. K. .waning ... .1.. .1 J 1 . . . . . . . , . .Vt acs. boa may be eeea ia tha west at sun I A he lowa foint Dispaua wu -v- Ayer merely defended himself u best he down, casting a reproachful look at ber a meeting ia that "city." If Iow,r! might, with a penknife be happened to father, Jupiter, orer in tha out, fofgi. a a city, wa would auraly inquire have in his hsnd, against a cowardly a- ing her ia marriage to his lame son, the hu become of towns and villagsi. saun maas on mm trom behind, with tbe blacksmith. Vulcan; or. perhaps, aha is Hy this is aaageot "xoang abv"- premeditated intention to dishonor and keeping a sly look out after her old para- Swaddling clothes and diapers ere a punish him for the exposure he las mads mour, Mara, who ia now holding bis longer emblems of childhood. a- and is making of tbe wronga practiced nightly vigils too near tha Virgin to be Timet. p by tha officers upon oor. manufacturing agreeable to her. Thou are the celestial . tt ur v n .. TrsMaistiTe corporationa. . This community not oaly Mpect, but here below we find that Venue j.- bbj ..." w-.datte ContiS'i upholds the Doctor a aocceasful defence is always the evening star, aad, from the Ij, DrtwIli-Washingto-, wk- of his parson, bot it heartliy approves his reflected light of chandeliera. alwava I L , .v.. TW coorseia publicly denouncing thaTite- shines resplendent, and. without a rivaL. qnastion ofilraiMio. will be ooeeflba SSS$ ;TheAustih.Texu.Intelligencerofth. o. after tha orguiuti- - ur. Ayars medicines, however valuable, ,F,, , ,CUCT "cwa "J -t"CQmra are not all for which tbe masses of onr Relf' ohn Brown's Secretary of State, 1 Pixxca vs. Docolas. At the casvaw people bold him in regard. a?.u !?d a.JUressed . to President Buchanan. I in Concord, N. IL, there was asm- Herald. ' i Keau ccniessee lo having been an Abo- contest between the fnendsoi .. - I Iitionist and a party to the formation of dent Pierce and Douglas. Tbe tons" iOKFumRAKT "Goon Bra." Whew tha Canvantmn in . Panama .h;oi. mAt. . ri ..j . rrmar law psttaar Senator Gwm and Chaa.. L. Scott, ad- ed John Brown'a Proviaional Govern- of Pierce is to go down to ChsrleaUia miaistratioa Democratio'. mem here of ImenL bnt ha denia. .Tt .HT-tn.t; I . a.i Congress, left Saa Fraacisco. the people his schemes against Virginia, and avowt a . o arA,n a ualoas Dwaoff-. J'fll7 7 gat banner oo the eteamer'a radical change of opinion in favor of , J,C,?t L ' hdT wharf. v .portrtoftha late Senator, slave iMtitution. 'Haaxprai a wiTl- J. ihZm andfescnr -Tha wm 'of the people mgnes. to rtand a trial n?o. any charge ? ..rlt. d a spy," He wu an hi. way to We.au" Msy tbe murderers of David C. Brod- that may be made arainst him Criek nevar witrtm in V. Kt.f. f r.ti. I -' , . fornia." ' ,i .. u -.j ,..r , Havoo r Emor. On Saturday I to procure a land warraat- moraiog- of last week, tha court house I YV. . .. A rl.lil. M, lluaa Tk.ll.b.lu.. I ..a B. T ! J 1 .. I 11V arv tiowa lieraldangrertathat tha proper old bearing effigies of Wie P. Blair, f,? ".awlT.. Esq. omce lor Dodge Gen Augustns Crsar Joshua R. Giddings. and John Brown. TC .T, , ; " CT.TT . ioea Dodge that of U. 8. Commiwioner- Early ia the day, tha effigiee af Blair and lu"''- hUlMM.lb.tv. K...r. .v. rr.r. j. , .V ' . ocratio paper. Toptia&c"- ; informed that theHeralfj aad ... t,n.;..u rj t. t .It, f . .... . I ' . .. . . -.ai'antT ... 1u.ww-uwn u.Tinir KiTBn a orsvB remaiuea nansnna' till aaari nnas. i , 'niA.UMnUkiii nava "a-, i great daaTof affentioa faTlhaTiIenartniant TJi. tnrlavnt hnrlaann. Mtin.1. . ,'v. t l ;. TraJatere afW' . ' 1 I . wMir MUOTt av I waa AvaoajftTwu. - 7 . Uta. Of the Darnrvratu nrAfaaain. n.'.n I nv 1 u ,v. . t : i J I I. M . r rkk; 'i aad ia z ' . r ' .77' c :. .s,'!ia 'Mnpnaiion,i ana :joio .vsihh is oBiyexxitea horror and tf'eg,et,r - jji tS ntaaota 57 ate campaign. Ohio, and ' a iS i.