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I r.TrnTiT i rr;. ini. WEDNEi.AV JULY lb, ltd EEPÜ3LICAS CANDIDATES. FOR TRt.il " ADR A 11 AM LINCOLN, OF lLloM., vroa vies rM:5sT, llANMBAL II A M L X S , cr m i m . fxtsldcntUl electoral Ticket. LLtciiT$ Jar ikt Suit f L4$e, WILLIAM Cl'MilACK.( Decatur. JOHN I. MA.WIKi.D.ol JcfTenor. Dittr'Ct LUdtrt. b.s'.Ul-C jr. -V. Aiie n of Kot; 2 a ! u'stnetfuaa XV. kaj.o'Clsrae ; 3' 1 L :rri - -lort. . N au:er.r Moeroe ; 4 a D'S'.r.. ! J - h.. M. Prq i.ftaf. of Pre kilt ; i.i L,uirut- oi Fsjme eta ln.r".. it-atu A !j. of in crock ; ;;a D''.nt -J itaru.e.or t uiaaru ; - a U.;nt:-Si.i.ui M. l'.ot necoos; t.;- u ri. t-Ji-. M. Trr.-r. cf Misud ; mn !, rl t lt JrDllfjfn.ol -tlltii ; Uii-.r.il-L'a.! l-7. timittgton Kcpuhllt an .Male Ticket. (HENRY a. LAM., of Montgomery. 01.1 V Kit i MORI ON .of tayn. ru sriaxraaT r stars., WILLIAM A. PEELLE, A Ksudolpb r vassal aia or sTarx, JONATHAN 5 liAKYEY. of Clark r e crir.a cr smtc. Al.l5F.Ur LANGE, of Vigo. fy 41IOHIT OEIX!., JAMES G. JONES, cf Yaodrrburgh. r. & urtjura cr nrxmr coiar, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Marion, roa clii k er svrxtMX Coiar, JOHN P JONE, cf Lagrange. f t n-fuiiTMaET rciuc imtxcctio'S XJltKS J. FLETCHER, of Putnsm. - Couulf Opposition 'liehet. f COCTT TEIASCaXB, II AliVE i D.SCOTT, I0B CLUE, J A COi' II. HAGER. roE tniurr, SAMUEL CONNER. rOE EtrsiSOTaTlVES NATHANIEL LEE, HENRY FAIR HANKS. f5E Cnvilo Mtt iCrC, ALEX. R. CRANE. FEr.pirtT'l f LKI CCT2T, rt'TNAM BROWN, nir e. he, N W. REN SON, Public Speaking. Wm.O. OFFIN, cacdidste for Cong-fre-, will sd lres hi Mlow cititen of this Cunreaional litrict at tbe follow. ior tirur ard plac : clay coevrv. VolenJ, Wedr.e Hy 1. l,p to. R.Tlinj Green. Th Uy, 19, st niht A!.br.'. Friday. 20, t p. 10. Hr.ui!, Friday 20. El niht. PUTNAM COUNTY. MtnhaMsn.Sittirihy 21, l.p.fn. OrrrncatU, tur.iy VII, at niht. Ba'cbride, M-jndiy 23. I. p.m. Carpri.trri.l. .M..ndy 23. at nigh. Kur Nf ille, Tue.day 2t. I, p. ro. C.l. TKj'H.n H. Neio, ar.d olher ceo dida'e f..r C'frr, are repec:fullf in tlttd to te present. CASSIUS M. CLAY .V 7 l.RRE HAUTE ! TH2 UOSTA OF FREEDOM M0V1KO CNI'KECEDEN I ED ENTHUSIASM. 19,000 ft It 1 1 l 1 . N IN lOVAClLI AsaivaL t f Iitsori "s. wun S-jmu Tust Come, VTItH llauners luaerlbed to Freedom. T 11 1. v i i a. tXV AKKI. G l i: i: L U D s . Torch Light ProcosBion! THE OAHiERINO. I he b'avj t'Ovii. i t cannon arorrsed our cuia-t frctn their aluniWrs Et early dsU, yeterdy moroing, the loraT to te remena bered of July ; an i ao .ti the s;grt of p a sratioo fjr e ga's dy were visible oo ry hand. Rj nine o'ebk tbe sfeets were crowded wilb people hurrying buher ail thither, Wiuui filled with the 1. icet, hard Dsled yeomanry, tbe siurdy fartLcra, their wives sed children csmo pmrin in on every atrevl. (wboe hon. is on slsv il talk so Wide Awakes were eren hurrying to erneetly, ao bwldly. s oobly snd E well Head Q isrters, I snnrra and fiigs were fl- 00 this subject. Ir in all parts of the ci'v.and aoon the! Hi areech was a f Cont it ulor.sl one. Msrahsl of tncdsr sm I h.ss.s, slants w.re n da. hm to fr... issuing their or 0ri Taa M saaLL Win Avail ati RatL rtirrisa At quarter to U. tie Chief Marsh si a'.trr ded lj Wachteie admirable Rand, tsl the Marshal! WiJe Aii End Rail Splitt. whj had turned ojt b the number of ij hanJ.'-l, wf.h a fine dis p'.sy of banners. fli,ja ui Mottoes. Tbey were accv.upar.ie i by tbe Ms-shall Rreee liand,aicoar r.v; c'.wtce n. asic They were escorted thro 4,?i tke s'rreta at d Liucit admired. Amcrg ibnr ds-Cürstious was s trsnapar- ecy, tesrtrg the folUwipg lüscni tione inj dn.Ki ; 1st - O.d At year, ao," (devise au unco a.b. youth driving ai Oa tesm.) j doat dealing, sod his selfishaess dt now the pep!e'a cb c for Pridcn i ! ervsni. (i is teallv isipoasih e for is Ibbv) 2ud. Den A !rr ti l.dir.rf a lsakJsck A', aod t Ut&t; on bis shoulder a barefooted hjtcv. coalite, ic.cribel," 1 am gotc; t Ksc w i.b ruy ( r Jprty, for B-Ck save I I ee a right to bold U there. , by the Coostuuli.'O " 3rd . " S. A D.'oglss aHer the ihsrles tJi C"vrr:!n. Dri.e Dju1ss, wuh clsaped hSsi Ja.t i-!i;ti'0f lf Jeep ESgmsh, 0!0'avy!' Ha hat na tke rouud o the res', wi.hev-fvU hsngiag out ia- icnt, "S:sfT ! from u a sh-p. hr e calltfltinsfriNd. f.ir St!t Riser:' S on bee hu!S the pol'te invitatioa. eo abosrd Di" 4 h. " Haiihsl Hi- n the cai.J.Jst fr Yice P'raideot. Ojr neo sre lor.est. Oit Csuie is jit. Truth will f retail, Afl-f lh all. came th dU-gtoo fr. ra Bjfc'sf Creek, cosnpsed of aut fift) wagone fl.l-d t ihetr Qtmnti pecuy. aliooir! ibat 5:fcar Crerk is wide awake t the call of patriotism. Tbey Werepfj vi led with SaS snd bar.ners, sod served gnatly to a-,!l the crowd already io tie e.tr. lie pr a;r:rt :n Jclrgatiof, caie reit, Coitfprisiog .-i.e tely or thirty ar. aa. w'iic! ws met arid cen I acted throah the etree'.a by Aseitsot Marshal Hsberly This dd'gaiics wa ltd by i wages with a rail mauler engaged to openirg" bit Mi",. 1. .. . I . . J J Over hit Lead wee a besctiful banner, bear ing on e white ground eurroucded by e' deep red border, lb molt, "Free Spaeth . Frevi Lsbor od Free Hon." A tvoUr nf tie dags adorned tbia delegation Every tooiccbt added largely to tb already rut multitude, until by 11 o'clock a t-edeatnao fouoi it difficult. La tfE rmetb iidewelk, betiea of rural tE0- tj and ckit alrjr formio alrawat a com p. et biuckEde. The 0;tr Creek delegt'Jou, nett Erriv eJ, being repcubl in DtmUn, aod b io veil tapplted ilb , tkoter, de Oo btbnrr orsDouiaed i'-b E li'.bo rtpb likeccM cf Mf.I. cln, bere tht fol io ifcr ioen ciiou : 'Ab'Ltn ! ihou. L"- coauir; eqJ ( luteal tbe wnwt Jt!e U knarUd D- nocricj." Ai 12 o'clock, th extra train fruin tbe VVr; tfie.l, bo vt oiuiiituJ from Part. Charleatcti, Mtltooo, Eod olher o.M, ott tL Alton road, ioclodio the ; urarlj -iA, aaJ e prmticsoc oaa c-f ci ifect eojolj hura iell E ehol th Wide Awakt, we recoguiaej aiaoj of tbe i moti f.erlicg ciliceu of Ldir Eoa ColtE COObliet . tat rtKUüo. At oct o'clock, the boom of Caouoo ae tig&El lor ib fsraiEiioa of ti t pro ctMioo, aod dele(atioDa rapidly burned tS iqure,Snth of tb Terr Haute iIoue. Jut a tk procrioo comir.enc ed fortuir.p, fetrful atvrro cf raio prece Jed by a tretneudo'ie itd, aoo jntit eI mo to E tcroEdo, turtt o the city, a ootir of wbicb wili bfoood io aather Uce. Tbe proceioa for tbe tim. broken up, snd the crowd eocgbt shelter, as brat they coal J. Io an hour the rain baeio pst over. sod th atmosrhere which he. J tceu sw l. J tericg all day bad ubaided ecoeb in Um- perslure. rrocessioo tu riortnea, eua . . i jibe "n.a.rch began." and proceeded down Walteh atreel to 2od, south oa 2od to Ohio, east oo Olio to Market, south oo ) Market to Uookins gruTe, where the speak ers atst J bad been erected, and teals pre pared for the aceouimodation of tbe peo- pie. As cuuiUrt are uaually disputed, will allow our reader to judge cf tb number in procrsiioo by rrferriog to the length of j asm, that tells bow nigh Ere thegrest pnu it. ' dp lea of the Republicso party and its hoL- Tbe prvtsiob eatended ia cloae column eat candidal to the hearta of this people, from the corner of &.h street to 2nd, end - There is no mittskiog tbe signs of the around the square oo 2nd snd Ohio, to j tiroes. The people ere awakethe doc Market. ' trioes of tbe Republicso psrty are right. j rue eoe. j TLc grote in which the meeting wai j bld, ia edmirably adapted to tbe purpose, Tbe ground is denly sbsded with thrif ty tree, End Indices lowsrJs the stsnd so that tl e eutire sudier.c- when seated coubl look th apeakrr right atrsight in the face. rAEIE OLII CUB. The eiercisea at the stsnd commenced with niuaic by the bsnd, wbicb WEE fol lowe 1 by a sorg hy tb Pari Ole Club, wbicb a rereired with ebthisiEttlC tp- ' plauae. Tbia "Glee Club" is corcposed of cid youog lad.ea and ne gentiemeii , wno did lherxeWes much credit by Ike manner in which they rendered the appropriate or if electf d for the occasion Ti e cievo'.ioo of ll people of Illinoia to their glurious, patriotic and boneat fellow cititeo, Abraham Lincoln is remsrksble. aid Utende to ell clsses, excepting, of! cur.e, tl e scsiterid remnsot of tbe Iste O .Cijtaa parly. Tbe ladies of Illinois are especially st.xi'JU for Old AtVa aucceas. Uut we tnut pse fr ro the eoog to i tut eratCH ' I r. 1 i g V roceasion si length smt ed st ! tl ' teauliiul grcre, snd found atleaat five ! tl uaaud p.op', wer there wsinng tb er jittsl of tu distinguished speskar. Mr. J Cay wss sown upou the !and, and tnen oi'i tcd the packing l. getuer ol human jbeings. Toonewbo was upon the stand j wuh ibe spesker, all around for acres and i scrts, tbere.was nolhirg to be seen but hu man beads snd faces, bonnets snd bste, ribbon, aod bea Ja. 'A aea of upturned aCrs" as before Ibe spaser, and he was introduced to tbe audience by Col. Nelson, the President of the day. Three loud chevra went up fr Casaiua M. Clay, and he commenced speaking Vtm can not give veo a aycopais of tbia peeen. It tear, at Celsius M. Clay if bold, defiant, masterly. He handled tke lave rwer witho-it glofes and ipokc in tern. that oi'd admit of no roitucder a'.snjing of hi Inter, deep, unflinchtog. unfüriViog baired of that i stitaiion j hch haa paraliaed the energies of j the SjuiIi, snd is so at war with the! rfreat dottrices of tbe Christisn fsi;h 1 It wss strarfc to r.orlhernsrs to hesr one J iatund.r gio h.st.ricsl references snd log- id folJCla,ioos. It was a splendid tribut to hia bead snd heart. Caa it b tkal auch a roan, f r tbe uttering of sach sediments, hssbeeu moted on Americso soil snd hie I rrepertv .lrtroed without redress. Ml. j Clay pvke fr more tbaa two hou-a. holding all tKue who were i) f-rtu nste as to et within the sound of hs j voice, chained to their places in listening Ettentloi. rrequent borate of spplaae interrupted bun. and tbe alitlr-eas which prevailed ever v here, told how eager hia vast audience was to Catch every wjrj which fell from Ms iips. ten r. caaae e j to aesk of tbe Lidle Oisat, thst little . nm,hoM coat tail is uocloa tbe grousd iver b be Preai Jeet,' be shower i npon blm that eoutrntpt hia detnagoieu. kia rnrest. tr-e earnest rrtn, t. spesk of S'ephen t glss, without Waving a .vergn cof tempt f.r all losnaer ssd kind of defr.avsge. The tribal of Mr. Clay. t the integrity of Mr. IJccoln, sad o Mr Lioc-le as a did, was trethful j a o 4 e'e-quent It was the opinion of a b'sve scd oeflinchirg patriot, gstntece ly givei,of oeeequslly ss brave snd ue f.iffhmg. Mr C'ay concluded, srd Fred. I Haa.aareck, ihe elenent young GifmiB. j ieiroducd t- the scdeoc. He pitch j -d iu tbe Dtsnwcratic psrty rifht handed J left.-amkg a deaüy tlo ber. ' eruahieg ia a rib there. Eld EJ CBttieg Ec lssbieg with his ken DimiKJi blade. ibat It dd seetrs l us the Po?g!se wmg had vettber heal, body or leg. left. yr H. sp-!ke oely f r a short time, tnd coo cUded witb tb promise, thst he wnld peak ie the city at early gas light Three reusing, long aad load cheers, went cp f r Lincoln, Clsy ad Haasaarek, sod the imtnaa tkruag eotssecced wisdieg iu way to tb city. tat toacw uaif yaocaasio. At 8 o'ctork tbe WiJ AVf, ag,; fell into renkt far t vir grsad nien torch ticbt precession. This waa th grand eat display ef the kind ever wceaaed (a lhi city . Tfc;n wart abeot fist k&rt4 TTidt A Ekes, witb torches, la tbe procfMloa, End E tbe j pruTf-nied d o WabalEtret, dttplajriDg to a ny pii-turctQE toEdejTcrs. lo&rrbiof ted rounUrtuErchißg, forraio now in aecitei. End .now in line, they ferae d Et tx.EDj tini like a Luf firey er pent, tiatio End turalcf la direr VIJ until it beti te chI tb iern door of tb 0ui Houao, while its body I End tail ii tili encircling two aiJrs ol tbe public aquar. Tht Court Horn 11 packed to it utraoat capacity lvn tfof the pc&kicg commcoecJ, aod vkeo Mr Uaaeaorek ageio cooasoeeeed addreastOft tht people, he Wei cotcpeUed to ipcak from the atro door. End the crod out ide filled alooEt the whole Epsce from the door to tbe eav.ern gfcte. End ail tbe pat meat along the entire eastern side of the Equate. v7 Lar a cef er aeeu vj maoy people IU- UbiDg at oat litue, to a apcech ia Terre Uaute, aui Mr. Uaauiek entertained them in aa all acd eloquent rnatcer, for Lr two bwura. He ia aa eloquent apeak er, and my coovtrsitl with the great ia uee bow bfor tbe people, and b pre- aeLta tbe facta ia e c!ci Ebd lorctablc roEooer. Wbea Mr. U. bad concluded at tbe eaalt rn door of the Court House, he re paired to the weateru door, wfcere hi Countrymen bad ieeob!ed io large oum bere, and addressed tbeto in their QEttTe lorgce. His apctrch ia hie native Uziuae w? well received by kia fellow cotmir). oen, as we judjr,e by the frqurcy of tbe spplsuse. Tbe crowd listeted withvaer aUrotioo, until a quartesr tu t eitr. lieu the DJteting dispersed after git ing tine morr rouainc; cheers for Lincoln a -.J Ham- lie. Io the csenhile, Mr. Brcrnw21 of CbarlcitoD Illinois, addressed the crowd i at tbe eattera door. Mr. Rmmvt-ll a I ? ii .. j i.:. l .... nonnea orator, asu ma tpecc-j wM a s'g cession of rtploste missilea hurled into r r . tbe utciocratic caup. cuter ssrcssm, withering irony, ludicrous ridicule, aod stern drnancalion folio wed eecb other io rapid eucctaaioo, producing the wildefct retnusissoj, and toe most rspturous sp plauae. Thu wee ended one of iL most splendid political displays that bss erer been witnessed ia the county of Vigo. A dieplsy equslly,if aot surpsssiog the glo rious days of 1540. A display tbst has truck terror into tbe ranks of tbe corrupt party, now io power, and whose ioflu jene wilt b felt throughout this entire Talley. A display ef political enthuu- ; IDa AbrshEto Lincolo.-"Hooest old Abe," j jji OQ lnt 4lh dtJ 0f next Msrcb, take i posaeaioo of tbe Federal Government, and bring its mansgement and its offices back to tbe purity of the daya of the fathers. Ileassembllna; or tbe Delegates. TctEOAT. July lTth.l SCO. Tbe delegates of tbe Opposition Con. Teotioo, appointed by tbe several Town ships of Vigo county, to hold a Conven tion oo the 26ib of May uU., having been called upon to meet again for the purpoee of nominsting a Candidate for Represen tative in the place o( John P. Uaher Esq., who had declined a nomination met at the Court Hone, it 10 o'clock, July 17th ltrGO, and were called to order by D . W. Minshall. Eq , and the former Secretary , j B. W. Osborn. The list of de!g.teshET ing bee. called,, e repoue from esch i ownsnip waa tnaae, and the object of the meeting haviog been slated, by thechsir.on motion of R. N. Hudson, Eq , the delegates from esch Township and Ward, were permitted to retire for conaultetion after the following nominations had been made for th con sldef-stion of the Contention Ja roe Hock, Nethaniel Lee, sud Philip Rsn- . ajph. Dr. L. and T. Fores: declining On motion of Jno. P. Bsird, Esq., each Township was permitted to regulst its ' r . 1 .... . .make what vss said, ao thut it m ire.7 own vote wtereupoo Wr oaliot was nau resulting as follows: Jaraes Hook received 21 1, and Nathaniel Lee 5 rotes. Mr. Lee having received a majority of all tbe votes polled wee declared duly cnmitsied for Representative Upon notion cf lt. N. Hudson, Esq., the fallowing Keeoluliotte was adopted. Rtitlttd, That we art ofpostd to any sad all legislation in regsra to taxing back, or keeping lu repair, tb Wabaah dt 1'at.ai or an rait thereof. B IV VSI"Sl"i -Sy f WW..--.. Alexander Cooper, Eaq , w nominated by acclamation county Ö ar? eyor. The Convention tbeu aJjourned after giving three long, loud. End besrty cheers for AisaBAM LtrCoL cf Illinois. D. W. MIN SHALL, Pres't. B. W. OrBjEs. Sec'y. - for the Espresa. SiLltTAjf, July 14. It 60. .... , ... . Ma. KPitoa : U w.U known through- out this judicial district, that captain Joe. jW- Br, U d"ifou of blalaing th j - eomposea f ouiiivan, igo, ana i arse, aad aa tht Captain is eh old resident of this part of tbe State, (havi.ig lived her some 30 yeere,) sad bss done coniidersbla for bis party, and in the service of his country, we feel that it is tiro that he is receiving tbe reward which h deserves . Doriegthe Me ncan war. Oaptaia Bnggs served es Captsia cf a company from this county, sod was on of those who woo tht glorious victory El the beule of Baena Yista, where our soldiers fagbt a to of fie i , aod w think that his services to his country, deserve some gift from the hends of his fellow ciliBsos. Csptsin Prirgs, alio served ta tht L-egislsture, some yes rs sgo, but owjeg te his coeoty being so stroogly Democrstic, be wss be -test, when h ran tb ood time; but EE this is not a politics! office, which he now asks for, w think that th people should give it him; particularly as he is an old Lawyer aad good schelar, tipg a thorough graduate Yiewjag thiege as w do, wr thick that tht above named geetlcmaB, sbould bo tbe nominee of tbe Ceaveatioe of the 23rd. Wt will feature to say, that, if Csptsin Briggs, ia nominated f ? this office.be sr ill roo tht Democratic CeadidEtt closely, il be d&e not sclatly best ia this county, es he has a great oity Democratic frier. ds, wbo will van for bin, fer a Judicial of fice, vkile they would sot for i political one. Bat if any other enao ie aosaiosted by asid Coavenlioa, for said eQce, be will be bestes iu this eoeaty, by all the Deto ocraiu taajrity. Wt tnakt these eU'e enecta, bee a u it vt art penooaliy acqaain ted with tbe Csptsin, sod know bins to be aa hooest tod cpright man, and who weald aaak a fwod aad io partial Judge. atd wt would like to see bio get the of fice. 1T hope that the Delegates and po p of Parke aad Vigo, will think of tbeae things, aod will aaito with tka Delegation from Pullivso In the aeoiEEtieo of Csp taio Joseph tT. 3rlgl Yours, tae who is sol fa favor cf tht Cspuia fra politic! prsLreacei,but bt taatt ke werkt tu tart Ztl. Oawtel V. Vtaiktri rirat Upeecla fmr Dwwglaa-K ta Caneeitlait Mud Olna4ri I Hx irjj quit e curioeity to lesrn bow a Duct wuia office holder who bud recently been ctaeerted to l)iu;laiam would tslk, we Etteaded tbe Democratic lueeticg lat evening End heard D. W Yoorheüs mske a strch. The Ul lime we beard bioi ii ia a DemocrAtic Car.etlioa ssben E resolution was offered complimentary of Mr. DuuIai. sLdbe tbea. in Lisoppjst tioo to the resolution aaid, it might b well perhaps to occatiocilly siy ruuethißg about th Little üiaot, tkt lk aoerd nijkl kkdw ie iroe nll aivc." Now, bow over, he iecf tbe opinion that Douglas is not only the It'reir man iu the orld, but eapeciilly eod particulary deputed by Providecc t save the Uaiao. A wonder ful ensure bsi been wrought upon the con viction of Mr. Yoorbees. But tb msncer of Mr. Vootbets' is eereiea to Popular Sovereignty i tu laa remarkable than wai it sadden. H said be wes UEVeliitg in a atag coach in Yir ainia, pastiog alon oi.e of lbo deep gorge bernrar! in oo either side by left mountains oi- ho tops screamed the eairle aed in wboa caverns growled the wolf. That here, amid tbe awful sublimi ty of Nature. ad in tbe very heart i f lh Old Domibiou, be ttrat received intellig-uee f the action ol the Ilaltiino'rr CftCiiliou. Quick as a lihloliig'a daab, b i..iud waa niade up He saw st E itLl Cr bifh wee the regular Democratic Domurf m- : crEced oon interventiou lecsoje Doula laed. aud hia eouveraion wa Iroiu that tnettetit, ruost complete. Ferbsps since Paul, uu hia way to Da mascus, "saw a light frtra Hesvtn, sbove tb brightueaa of the nu, hioiug round about hina,' there lut not bn rtmsr kable and ao sudJfi. conver:B He aw at a glance thEt Douglss wes the "regular Demecrstic nominee. ' nd In ptineiplt cbsoged loUntEneooly. It was the most miraculous exhibition t ground End lofty tumbling perhaps on record a must won derfal instance of jliticsl raultir.jf priu ciples changed iu accordance with the ac tion of a Cotif riuiun what wss before right, now btcaru ror., nod what w a wron; before, iu a moment became nghl It is sn other inatance, of bow hard it i 'to kick Egainst the pricks." Mr. Yoorbees wsntd il distinctly un derstood that he did not charge Mr. Lin coln with voting against the Mexican war. or lor the aupplie for that war. Oh! do, not he! he would not misrepresent his tory, but he charged furiously and terribly that Mr. Lincoln aid the war was unne Cesarjr, unconstitutiousl snd unjuat, and how could E ins n vote to Eist in carry ing on En unconstitutional and unjuat war ? This was an exuhsnt cliuchr end the speaker sremed to be delighted at tbe hit he bad made. He could not discriminate how Mr. Lincoln, eutertaining the opio ion with Mr. Cisy End Mr. Webster, thst the wer with Mexico wes oncoi.stitutional and unjust, could posaea patriotiia enough to vote the necessary supplies to keep the oldiers. who had been ordered to tht field rora starving. He thought thst he who would vote to feed and clothe the ol Her who was engaged in an uocontitu tion'l war, was a perjured villain which we ? oppose is a rare specimen of Demo cralic patriotism. Rut all the poaer of Mr. Yoorbees' full charged battery was turned againat Mr. Litcoln because he, ic hit great speech at Qnrlit.A.lil ..irl (h.l a "htlllSi itivi 1 , , , Tii. , , . .-,nH. utlf esntiot stand. Tins ' , , . ... , . ' Uin on R kf. u. whoM weIIs were erected by Washington, sod Henry End Jefferson," Abrsbsm Lincoln says, cannot stand No more treason sble sentiment n ever uttered. Arnold, when be went eboard the Vulture, wes no no more s trailer than tbe Republican candidate f.r th Preiideecy." Well, it is pretty had to aay R:cli things about MHooel Old Abe," but the blood waa feverish, the eloquent periolbadto V,. fini.Krt and what difference did iL ! ssid. 1 We propos row for tbe especial edifi cstion of Mr. Yirhes, sod so thst be will not sgsin grow so furiously eloquent, fibout a rnstter, concerning which he knowa so little to here gire him jut what Mr. Lincoln did eey, End whst others, of the faibera. have aaid on that same subject. j yr j(, j, , tnr Kresiest kiudoea, to ward Mr. V., for if be continue calling ! Mr. Lincoln a triitor.be will only te I W j laughed at by all intelligent men. Here j is M-. Lincolo'a language: To my opinion the alavery agitation will not cease until acrii hall have been reach ed and pasted. A house divided against j itself cannot stsnd.' I believe this covcrn I mint cannot endure pcrmsnentl v bslf lave snd half free. I do hot expect the Union to j t dissolved I do not expect the house- to j fell, but I do etpeel i will cease to be di j vi Jed. It will became all one thing, or all jibe other. Either tbe opponents of als very will arrest t mhrTw hm ill erreat the further spread of it public mind shsll rest in tbe belief tbst il ie ie cearae of ultimste extinction; nr its advocates will push it forward, till it shall becone alike lawful in all the Slates, old as eil es new Nottb es well es South." la there anything traitorous in thi t I ihere anything calculated in alarm aay but old worxen, unread bo)s and impulsive orators?-we think r.... Tb leading idea il, that the tirte a il come when this gof ernmenl will become all fret. That at seme period in tbe futurr, human servitude will not etiat any wherein tbia Federal government. That it "will becorre all one thing, or all Ike other." No ooe ever for a moment aappoied Ibat Mr. Lincoln er any one else thoaght the Negro Kpa latioo of this country would ever be able tolrtutnph ovr the whiles Thst Africsn blood wo ild ever Income lope rif o An gle Satn. And we suppoe thst no itlel Itgent tcan belies, tbst tbe time will ever rouse, when tbe sheeklee will fall frvo thebon lmsn. If there is ooe, be hss read lh history ef tbe past t but little edvsotEge and hat learned but little about the ways of e just Providence. Tbe leal irg thought theo, is this aentinaer.t uttered by tie "trailer" Lincolo, is, thst some time, io tbe remote fu'.re, tbe one bslf of this confederacy, which is now slsv, ttul It raeree. Now let Mr. Yoorheee ee b this rntianeot differs from Ibe utrsncea of sorse elsere. Bad whom the world i wool 17 call, very gvod end patriotic roer George Wsshingicn, thought ereo by Democrats to b a parriot, io a 'etter writ ten April 176 nid, "1 ran only aay that ther is Dot a roaa living who wiahes mere iccerely thsa I do fo ee a plan adopter! for tbe abolition of Slavery." There w a nntbiag.he aaid, in aeother letter, 'mor certain" than thai Virginia and Marylsnd "rssst have, Bad Et a period ool remote, lswe"for tlegradual abolition of Slavery." Wert these isnproper seotirseats for the Father of hit Coaotry to mdalt io ) Thofsee Jeff sou ia held t be good DicBocratie authority. He said : "We must wait with palieoce te orkings of an overrulief Preridcnce, aad hop that thsi is prepsring the deliveraact tf these oar brethren. ITolhiof it more certainly writ- It ia tht otk tf Fate tbaa that Uia pto pl ball be free." Would lbs utterauce of thia opinion be a Valid reason for Uut volio for Mr. JefTeraoo were he low alive, and a candidate far tbe Presidency t Thtrr tiotone of the coiemporEries cfWtthirgtou and JtflVraoo of any dis-tii-ciioii, uhii did e4 entirely coincide with tbeuj in lbr- sieve Lei uscotue dawn t liter OiSii. "b. lonr," said Henry Clay. Oud tltowa tbe vital current to Cr ;brou;h tuy teih, I will never, üeeer, never, by word or thought, by mind or will, aid io a Iruitticjj ono rood of fne tenitory to th milattimqcuriffkumin imdajt." Daniel Wbater on tunre than en occa sion avoed, aud very erphs' if ally , the aarue opiniou. Oc tLe qu.ii.-n of Slavery he said : "It has arreted the rcligioua frtlinjj cf tbe country , i baa taken etroog hold 'Q the conscience cf men. He is a rh ruau, indeed, and little con vtrasnt with tctnan nalurr ; acl ecially has he an erroneoua estimate cl tl tb racl r of tbe people of tbia country, wbu n p fa that a frt-lin of tbia kin J ( he trin-! with or def ied " Then Mr. Linridi fr--, with some pretty goad and patriotic inn men too whom we ;irc icclit:ed to lrlieve were cot ArmolJt. Ilci lei i kok a little further, and we d ihi it pocial e-lifir.! of our friend Mr. Vuorhee, lor wed Itnl wish to he.r him a.m. ay auch hard tii.ng about 1 iU utxl iV'M.rU, for ahocau tell, but his nx fiiiiH'fMon may mt be ti Hrpublicau laui ? There ra an "Arnold" however, wt.tj but a few daya Ego. in one d his Isat ijri'at peechen, give utterance t ihefol. Inwin trsituroui aeu'.iruenl: "If the doctrine of intervention prevaila, tbe "irrepressible conflict" will continue until one section ia autdued by in other, or they be obliged tf separate in ordtr to live quietly. Non-intervention was tht ba-.iur under which all conservative men eould uni t " There it i, w..i-.- ml Worse, a bow string's rlin in adduce of Mr. Lincoln, and thin ia ihe lanuae of Stephen Aroold Do-jglao. Oh ! the traitor. Here one sec tiou ia to "hnbdue" tbe other, or there ia to be a oepnratijn. Disunion and dissolution, nothing else will save u. WeTiave yone to nil tlni trouble, in hunt ing up these facts, jul to accommodate our friend, 4r be is to youn h covert, w thought it e pity bs- should continue to make auch blunders. The leading idra however i Mr. Vocr- hees' apeech v, that aa the tendency of Republicanism in llu North, and Democ racy in the South wan towards diaunion, it waa a Ood send that the Douglaa party bad rien up, to stand between thoae two ex tremes, and sate ihe Union. W think it ia a Ood end too, that this party has riaen up, for it will most certainly be the mesne of giving into tbe bands of the Republicsns the EtTaira of this general Government, which, Mr.ce, they have been under the control id this disjointed dissevered and destroyed Democratic party, approached the very verge of ruin. The zeal of a youn convert, it is ssid, is always very great, but we hope Mr. Voorhfi'i will pott himself before be agsin attempts to "Mak history." There is a wide dilT-rence between feels and fury btaween Round End ser.se. . i,-. . TT A few prejudiced aod heartless Douglas democrats, who run sroucd tbe square on public daje, abusing Honest Old Abe for li is condaonatinn of the com mencement of tbe Mexican War, aa un justly and unconstitutionally commenced ou a "spot" of ground not belonging to our Government, should call to mind the opinions of tbe immortal Clay whom tbey no affect to reverence and respect bo ranch; snd while villifying "old Abe," akould, if there is any consistency left io the attempt to blacken at the same breath tbe memory of ti e illustrioua dead, who held with Mr. Lincoln all those "uopslri otic," "infamous,""ii)glorious,,and "tra toiious" "emirne nti." Wc here prod tier an extract fmui Mr. Clay's Lexington (Ky.) speech, delivered on tbe 14lb of November, 1S47 while our army wa still at th cspilal of Mexico. "If Gen. Taylor bsd been permitted to remsin where his rn good sense promp ted hirn to believe he ought to remain Et, Corpus Christi; snd if a negotiation had been opened wuh Mexico iu a true epirit of amity and consideration, war, possibly, might have been prevented. Rut instead of this peaceful and rooder ato ourse, wliile Mr. SÜdell was bending ,is nay in Mexico, with bis diplomatic credentials Hen. Taylnr was ordered to transport hia cannon and plant them ia a warlike attitude, opposite to Matainoraa, rn the east bank of the Rio Bravo, wilkin the Very disputed territory, the adjust ment of which was to be the object of Mr. Slidell's miasiou. What else could have transpired but a conflict of arms? Thus the war Commenced; and the President after having commenced il, appealed to Congress. A bill was prepared to raise 50,000 vol unteers, and in order to commit all who abould vote for it, a preamble was inserted fslely sltnbutirg the commencement of tbe rar to the acl of Mexico. I hav so doubt f the patriotic motives of those who, nfter struggling to divest tb bill of tbst flagrant error, fousd themselves coo atrainel to vote br it. But 1 most ssy that no isrtbiy consideratiou would hsve ever lempte! ir provoked me to Vote for a bill, with a alaMe falat hooj etaroped on Us face Almt)l idolning truth es I do, I never euld have voted for that bill IT Mr. Douglss. in the United Suics Senate, abortiv before the meeting of tbt Charleston Convention, announced io a straightforward and truthful manner the reanlt of his labors io respect to the exten sion of slsvery. We copy from tbst speech es much as ia pertinent. Mr. Douglss ssid : "My view were ioeorporstsd into tht compromise measures of lf50. Hss tbe South been excluded from sll the territory sco ured from Mexieo? Whst ssys the bill from the House of Represeotstivee now on tour tsble, repesliog the slsve code io New Mexco established by the peop'e themselves? It is psrt of Ike hia. tory of tbe country that under this doc triee of non intervention, this doctrine thst von delight to call sfluaiter sovereign ty, th peopl of New Mexico hav intra, dated and protected slsvery in the whole of that Territory. Under tbia doctrine, they hsve converted a tract of free territo ry lot slsve territory, m .re than five times tb siieol the Slste of New York. Co der this doctrine alavery has been exten ded frou tbe Rio Grande to the Outf f California, and from th line of the Re public of M'Xico, nt only up to Ji deg. 30 mm., but cp to 2 deg. giving you a degree aod abalf mre slave territory than sou ever claimed. You asked e-oly jp to 36 deg 30 min., and ooo iotervtniioo hss ien yu up to 33 Jeg. a degree acd a naif mere than you aeked." That is whit i!r. Dcvjgla hss doce. He bsa been instrumental in converting a tract of free tcrrilort into alav territory, nor than five tiroes the siae nf the Stat d New York; he bss secured th extea- -i ii of Slavery from the Rh Grande to h Uulf of California, and frona tke lio of tht Republic tf Mexico, cpto3Sdeg. a dec re aad a half further itian th Sooth evtr dsimed. Thia it bis oo lao 4usge; and hs baa neither frieo 1 nor fo in the fpuatry who will deay its truthtuleess. .. IT Rev.Cyrua Null, of Asbury Unlver- itv, was elrcted, at tbe rcetticg of the J Trusters oa Thursdsy Isst, President of tht Eialt Ucifttiity it Bloaralrgtca. Hem. Jaraaea C. Allesa. ' This getU.oian. the Douglas Caadidat ; for Oovcrnor ia thiSuU of Illinois, tusda i m speech ia thia city o Friday evenisg. ! Id that speech he Struck the key note of j the coming CEsapaifo, io our aiater Stale. I He ssid thEt if tht secediog So ir.hera wing of the Democratic party, or the Northern Black Republican party, either. trijmphed in this contest, diaunion waa iovitable; and the ouly thing to prevent a disaolutioa of the Union, was to rally to Lh standard of Supbeo A. Douglae. That he stood the aacdium between those two extremes, lb full exponent of the greet National De&ocratic party This it the key aoU giving th greet thought upon which the fight in IlTTboit is to be wsged, aud Dick Yates most pvpare to meet this "cunningly devised" issue square iu the j face. It iE th. only ia.ue howerer.lefl the j Tlitn!.. wmim ...4 ....-I. ...i. . f- .1 . ! threau to be laughed at by so incredulous p-eople. 37 Occssionsl, io s recent letter to lb Philadelphia Preii.says: Th Breckinridge end Lane treason grow now so a shap tnest formidsble. lta leaders.Slideil, ßenjamic, Yancey and others, are known to b desperat un. and it is alleged that their ultimate object! is to form a great Southern confederacy. : including Cuba, lb Isthmus, and part of including Cuba, lb Isthmus, and part of . Meiico. Wt know that a gentlen an of , Ohio, over hia own signature, published in aCmcinaati paper that raulkoer.tbe pres eut minister 01 me u nitea Oistes to r rsuc proclaimed io bis presence, ia I55d, that, in case of Fremont's election. Harper's Kerry and olher stroag places could be aviaed, and hia inauguration as President prevented. Will Mr. Buchanan turn tbe a r m v .nd n ne In th Diil n i mi ist t . oa their inevitable defeat io November, to j . .t k.i .-. a r . cany uubiaicii uuowiy i''""J' '"1..,. ...I ..thee fhii.a- ahe l.rodu. I what h haa done cau any ol us be assured ; , i t r I i'i .i '! u w w ma vm kuw J . m . . Jws who would hsv a kiugl We would j haft 'our favohtt ton," and be b.e brought os a heartless tyranny and unutterable woe). ! Occasional belitve a, though, that who - over is elected will bo inaugurated with out trouble. We think to too. Don't you reader? '' To- n.. ,..... p.,.., Tk- Tub IN xw Baxcxisaiixit larta ihe, 'Old Lin Hoard" ia th name of the new ilemoeratie naner (h Rreeklur dee and r i - d Lao organ proposed to be published io this city. The firat number will be iaaued ,am V aa as A as aw e.al ft aw a I 1 Vv a t a a eea VI and will be published until sfier the Pres Ideotial eleciioa for $1. A. B. Carltco of Bloomingtoo ia editor, and Elder & Hark nee, proprieiora of th Lucotuolive, pub dh, proprievora oi iue ijucoaiourc. puo- lishera. Wt uodertUnd the paper bsa atroog pecuniary backing, and that suffi- cient editorial Eld will be procured to io - auro lit vigor and emciency during the campaign. jau. jour. . LiOBTixEoirr. A young gentlemBo of Louisville, Ky., wee in our offic a few dayi ago, and during a conversation be informed ua that b bad been traveling through aouthern Illinoia, for some lim past, and that tht moat wonderful changes were going on in tht stste of political feel ing ia that part of tht country. H aaid that io countiea whert he could not find a Republican ia 1656, that they now had Republican clubs, numbering 200 mem bers and upward. He aaid further, that about four fifiha of those who voted for Filmore in 1656, would now volt for Lin- coin. Our visitor it a Bell and Lvereit 0QBU. m lt m DiaarroiiTiD. Tht Douglasites at Green Caatle, had made calculatiooa for large crowds of tbt unterriCed to come on the morning ttaio from tbe eaat. The train arrived, aod a solitary man might bare beeu aeen and perhaps waa stepping from the cars. Attorney General McDon- The train from the west, set down Hon. D. W. Yoorbees Iste Lecompton U. S. At torney, now a Squatter Sovereignty seeker after Congressional honors, aid came, and that waa all. This we have from reliable authority. A UIFFIBXSC Or vriAio?i. e unuer . r n n ...j.. stand, that Hon. J. C. Alleu. Candidate cf tht Douglaa clique, for Governor of 11 1 ä noia, in hia speech Et tbe Court House, oo Friday night, declared u?n Ate honor, thst Douglas would carry Illinois by 10,000 majority. We conversed with a distinguished gentleman, cf Clark Co., on Fridey, who j it eIso a Douglss Democrat, aod b gav it a. hi. opinioB.that S. Anjold, D. would aot carry Illinois. Though he did not f fc . . j pledge hi. honor oo ,t. ,0el,C,d l think be is toort likely to be correct. Dooa Oran W are informed by Mr. I trf tbia fine .hip. and became acqaict- far eiC(edii.; in i.uinU-ie, in rhlbusiatm, Bally, Cbitf Of tbt DtUCtive police, that j d With her Very skillful ar.J gallant cap and brilliant display any thing ever w,i his watchman found tb door of a Shoe tain. D Caulkina, I frit satisfied I was es , uessed in that fit atore open about one o'clock on Friday safe as it is poasible to be oo the bosom of ; Th uj inter.e eacueuieia preteu.d. nibt. ! the great deep. ; end th? pc pie b) tl.rir wild entbuiiasm Business ruen sbould be csreful to see There were six of us in tbe first csbin ! vindicsted tbe Ed iou of Cungieaa in oust their doors csrefully closed before retir-I with lbs sexes equslly divided, sod never ' ig the ueuiper Rsrret'. ' ... . S . . I .t--.:eS -. f i 1 log ,V rTV.. . I i ; CT-Ut (J. C.Allen) ssys: Douglss, will best all factions (in Ulinoi nois.) ttQ thoussnd votes Jsmrntl. Yes, end he knew it wee all brsg, msde simply to gull the "unwashed." He erred juit 20,000. Niw fiEkf.-Our friend Jethero ?ber burse, hat font in to the Provision busi nese, io Mechanics Row, and ia now pre- partd witb the neatest fxpresi wagon in tb city, to carry provision and groeeriea, to all who will patroaage him. Ulis - - - Gilt CocXTT Await- We are iniormep by a Democratic fneod, that Col. Nelson addressed tht largest political crowd at Worthiogtoo, oo Saturday last, that ever assembled ia old Green. The people io thst region are eagerly seeking tht right way. End recivd th pure political Gospel ss dispensed by Col. Nelson with avidity and delight. Tbedsy it dawning and tht eight of Democratic barbarism is fast fleeing sway. "Let the march proceed." IT Albert Lauge, Esq , is "wiDbing golden opinion from all tta f pee pie" in his tour down ia the Pocket. He makes friends wherever be goes. He il t be our aext Auditor of Btai. and ao excellent on he will make. Ed. Jear. IT "Some of tb pspe't prist the nam of the Democratic candidate for President, Breckr aridge. Hie aame is Breckinridge Deraoersls especislly should try to get him ia, since tbey hsve nominated him." CM. Jear. Rut sll their trying will do no go.nl, for it is p'aio tbey ceo1 come im Cia. Cem. Yea ke ceo go ia, io a horn. IT We acknowledge the receipt of tht Fair Bill of the Yigo Ceuotj Agricultural Society. It n prioted at tht Expren office, and is one of th most splendid Bills w ever aaw. U ad viae thoe who want ar'eadid fancy work, t call upon friend ilud.ou. of the Txpreas, Et Terre Hsote. Jtfsr. leraef. . . . tJT Hb. II. Y. Jba,of Georgia, can didate for tht Yice Presidency, waa hung ia efSgy recently at Macon, 0a., whert he bad spoken t day or two before. n i. tj- Hon. C. L. Dunham has reu4J to make a speech, in ndiioapolii, and t'sa U present and rcimarau. W hav . z i. . .i. i . BO doubt he will roskt tht speech, but ai to thescfeaoi erysrasrala these Ere B6ti. Deoocratit, aad wci kt ltd. Foreign Cor reapendeaiee. OtirraTsair Ha.ar CtaT.1 i Atlahtio Ocias, June 19, IbW. Ma. Ep:tob: According to your requeat I offer yoo ruy first contribuliea for tbe atuusfment of th readers of tbe Terre Haute Express; and although it ia iupo sible for tee to give an accoutt of my trip in tbe at; I of Dsysrd Taylor, yet I hep thoae who may meet with this f rornem catittTi, will i.otread it t it L e critic's r. Uut tnnj litipetfrrtioti h." At 3 o'clock Mooday afiernoon. Ma tb. I a anxiously vailing for the Run tin Houaeomoibustotake layself and hag gage to the depot; but cp ta a quarter of an hour of the time for the train to atart, to ' bua came; and I think I wight have .it ! ibeie until now with the aame result, .i r..r;. I iknnl.l 1 l.ft 1 Jr..t.l 1 u m( . j my friend (Mr. Huuley) I managed to gel ; , there in good litre. I found Mrs. Coodit mA ... il,r t... oirtf- Snrin - : fielJ, Ohio, which pleaaed CI highly, as I would have the pleasure of tbsir compa- I I .11 fV.a YrW Well, at a few minutea ritt four we atarted, snd arrive! atlndiar.apolia at 7 o'clock, and findir.g ! w had to remaio there until 8.. Dayton ; , Caudit ard royse.f. went roue ee Y e Vl'.ephaot." Itw.ai round the CltV to ; ee Y e "V-Ierbant." Itw.aiho first time i had oer been iu ibe ci'v. It hss much more the city style than Terre Haute ; i!a treetl ar? reach wider, and the buildmga , are much bandaooier. W visited tht, Stat Houae, and other public buildings; , wheu hc raturned to tbe depot, and found ' Mrs. Coodil very bu.y preparing .upper , iu the wailing room. ... , , W e were sooo s'at ' c 1 itb teliKhtfut repaat spread Ulore UI. -" a " r ... t fr, nee, UKII W UIj l.tii iiuirn - . . ,, . . hot " x U th're' , r rum Indianapolis to C re ill ibe w, had the benefit of lb sleeping cars wbicb were r.ew to toe and would have been exceed- t iogly comfortable but for th squalliog of the babies which prevented me from sleep-; ' ' 1 inir. At 1 o'clock w arrived at Spring- , iuk. . in t field and there I lot lh pleassnt company . , , ,v...i:, ... i ., K.. .n the SI I ! 9. Vr IVI I smssu r-vn eat- " " reaiatUUer 01 tnejouri.iy aioi.e. ".v-- . a r ft I . Mrs. Con : ' dit, ou leaving, gave me tbe remainder of i.T cake Bnj olp-, thmgs which Isst V ed me through to New York. The trip from Albany to New York eu the Hudsou river Railrosd,! enjoyed more ; . . f , ,l lb" u ,ber . rnr' M lh Kenery is moat be Eutiful and picturesque, j On one side of us sr the besuiital waters of lhr ija(1florj bearing on ita bosom tnag nificeut aleamara.aailing yachts, and boals of every description down to . caaoe, pre- aeoling a lively aad busy scene. On the . . . . . , other side were rugged rocks, on the top of , r . , which were residences of the moat modem end superb Ercbitecture, Emoog tbem wer v tbe residence of G. P. Morris, ibe poel, N. P. Willis, and tbe 1st Umenled Waahiog too Irving. At Siuj-Sing, we past tbe Nt Votk Penitentiary, a huge structure of atone and iroo.impeaetrEbleto those who sre uoforiu j 0iUlT iu At 10 a. m . Wedn sJsy morning, I ar l N'w Vork- lhr rwl c,a r fountry- IUtjpK llT ! ed there, I felt quite Et home, end enjoyed i : the few dsys I wes there, very much. The j weather was delightful, and everything l appeared in full bloom. Friday I visited Barnnm's Museum sod hsd the plessure of sa introduction to P. T. Bsrnum, who I found a perfect eolle min, if he is the prince of humbugs, as be is generElly called. Aa I was to sail text day, I employed the rest of my time in preparing for my voyage. It was juit I o'clock, p. ra., June 2d, wbeo o.:r snip moved siesany irom ner wharf in the North River, bidding fare- well to Auierica. Tbe ship was loarded a a . a t a I w,lh s)C fr,en(j, 0f the paaaeugers bid I difjg l8e.ro Uik79 io tbeir tJtt Q tf. fectionate farewell. Alas? poor me, fr I hsd no person to cry over my departure, but that I did not mind, as my besrt boun ded with joy es the shore of the beanüful bsy tlted into distsoce. Tbe dresro of my life for the past three years, hss been to viail Erglsnd, tbe home o f m . rhib!lirt'! an.t n n ihe Well-tried -M u c, wJlb . . .. . . hersaile, spread to the breeze, is tesrmg f me onward lo that hsppy "aes-girt Isle " ; Whfn , lfcf WM he 6l,t VI HJ T V W M V , wft.xa MW" .wv i waa assembled a more merry, genial, ar.d Erreesble act of prisons. In the second ..:..t ... cat.lO waa an a.ris ana itihim ni (' sengrre For two dsys I eojjyed my journey very j 1 -fe. l.aatt utinrt fln tVitr.l rill f SäT tl a Arkfm Im UV 1 " V t tll''ill a Si v tüliu sj es x aa - . i . . . , . ed to what I expected, aea aiekneee. I I a ffered witb it very irach, acd fjr irvrr j al days I Isy like one more der.d than alive; but. Mr. Editor, I waa blest wiih one com . . . . , . I ' I Curt to aenterce bun snd sve trouloe snd I fort which I think you might have envied. , a . rijiif to the Sl.e. The l.dte. very kio.lly orTereJ n,e their Affofd u wgk ltgh to Court ; aid during my illness, giving m. lemon., n tfc fu.rn,MU it wfceo lLe cUr. w.. ;whichisacapiialmed.ctne,EcdEtter.d.cgroJthe ul u g c( 60l guiUjt ,uJ i tu r.uroeroua otter littie nti, nien 1 tisure )ou I very bighly appreciattd, it put me very much in mind of tbe hsppi ness of tnsrried life, scd tbe very grest misery f Id bschelore, (by the way, Mr. Editor. I mean r.ulhirg personal, as 1 think you enjoy yourself better thsn the. ret 'f them, which I attribute to the good j pro j .ed yoi hav of a an leaving that miaersble stste of single "cursedoesa." ( will cow endeavor to give you a do- scription of the ocean, ec object teamir g with ao much beauty, grandeur, and ub- limiiy; obtuse must the intellect, cold and unfeeUcg the bean that could remain unmoved while viewing tbe mighty deep; it humbles the pride cf roan snd leads the enlightened toul io love, sod wonder to sbsse iteslf l-efore lb Lord of Heesen scd Earth. The icean is a source of pleisicg eta i Hons from ita vsat exleri. When we lean over tbe bulworke of s vessel and cst our eyes around open the immense sheet of water which seems to have no end, when wt reflect upon the distance that separatee oa from earth, when Ike startling thoajht reibet into the rcind thai there il colhiog but a few plaiika between s aod a fathom leu depth of ater. occupied by tht mora tera of tbe deep, who would gladly devour oi, w iasiisctively shudder aod Ibsn look to Him who scooped out the rocky bed of ocean; who coofioes its mountain billows wibm their proper limit! ; and extends hit proteeiion to the tempest lost mariner. The ocean looks beautiful at any time, yet when the sun it slowly staking beneath ihe western watra covering lb clouds with gorgeoai robes of gold and amber," dat ing hn rcellow light aa a parting token froo esrth to Hessen, it eppesrs the most sublime scent Imaginable. Ai I am at tbt kottom ef ray sheet, lest I ahould weary the patience of yonr readers, 1 will co. ' fnr.n.r r.'n. This will b mile t Thia will bt a. ailed i, Liverpool. U COHEU. OVATIOIT TO CASSIUd U.CLAY HO.NUII TO THE IlKAVi:! I TI11'I.1A4M OF TIIK PCOPLi: I t er PreparistlwM. A atran;er viailing our city yeaterday. would have k nown at once that some ucu ual evect waa approaching, or tad juat pat, from the fact that a state of restless excitement waa toamfeal on every hand Men acre p!mg backwarJ and forward through wur atreeia. with Laif concealed hi!e Wide Awake c?ps,csrea snd a a a t I E tat O'p were tuck a iiacklerries. r.siiy a crowd, of people were gstbered on every corner, ar,d on etery idea!k. and n it w autboratirel annoutced, that (Vsius M. Clay, would arrive & the nibt train, the esciteru rl m. frtl.eJ, a, ,, lht b.rry and bu.tle ..f pre rr' " -eeaa-d. At nine o'clock, and lu.Wed lorg before; Head Quarteia waa crowded wuhlive Rr pcblicana, anxious to do honor to tbe man who, having wen honor op a foreigo bat tb field, has covered himself with immor tal glory, by vin iicatin the right of fye fL s'- . 1 fc ,rul Wl. 1 wasmt ,S0- Ior tt,r ''rflW"1a thouaande on h. k;.i. ti . . i i.t , u rtVi. v..t. - -.v-,.. .rk - - " i r ' huoianily men. women and cbil ir' The WiJeAak fell into ra-ka. - " w i f e drilled lor a abort lltce OU Mar L'1 1 Msny new name, m ere enrol U' wul'1 ,l U"'Utl to fum ar all with untloru.a At iva coivpaiilea re iotuiel, auj ' ' l.l .1 I , . . . L It V'" s"lu. l. ...m men oriK iraiu. I ne regular aten. the situ- lampa all couibined, t.t. make a trrand aud imp sing spectacle. The procea.ion, foriued io section four, extended tnore'than two squares, aud waaleadk lively martial music. Infiont cf tLe Terre Haute Houe company B, per- 1 f r aa.. I a.. t r a ! m fifitsarsr aurnlnl t.k ' I Ihe lMviL kiimiritinti nl ttie imnmnk . , crrtrl. that bad cfi related in Iront td , ,, Olli, sit.i f.u an tr.e rontigopus iT.il.lt 1 aa 1 recieiy on lin e itte train armed, acd Mi Clay waa received bv th Committee, a: 1 handed into tbe carriage, amid lb wildest excitement, and w.ts ecortrd to lh Terre Haute House, where roorrs bad leen prepared for him. The Wide A.kr quickly foluied tu dole crder on lb siesi .iJe of the Hotel, together witb an mnurnerabl crowd of eitllera when ihre ah.til'a that m s ie lli. . , welkio fairly rtu, and tererberste went : ; ' -Mr. Clsv made bis sppesranee on tb I Tl bslcony end was introduced l the mulii- ) ; lud by Lol. Nelson. Aller ihree more , ' rouaiug cheers Mr. Clsv, who wes very 1 . , , t..Kaa a svaiamI av a I ffs lha e n ea tA e ... . gisaiiTTB as i 'KßtK'n i wwx av tue vivUSlM ww Df his heart felt thanks for the msnifeslstioii cl respect paid, psrilt to himself, be pre sumed, but more to hi distinguished friend , Abraham Lincoln He hsd hiard " be aaid " Ibat ibe price of liberty as eternal vigileuce, which be supposed was keeping awake in the dat tirce, but tbey et-emed t be wide awake at nirbt." Thanking tbeiu saio for tbe honor dou biui, be retired smid the deaining applause of tbe multitude. Col. Kelson was 1 udly called for snd in E few felicitous snd eloquent remarks, wf coined to our Imniea si'd ur besrt. the cbafL.piu ofree spt ecb. aid ol k tree t . Gd.ersl Steele of I'aike was tbeu ittro duced to the croM d ai d addreaaed it with much fervor and eloquence for a few ir.it ntea, being frequently interrupted by lmrt of applause. The Companies wite lbn drptojed ilI , iiDt aoJ .hed to Head g istler-, -her. Ai9J Wfra diitmssed, Tl.j 4emr.iia-rati..i. m.. . ... I-rinim. th- i " ' j occssion, snd as altogether the tuol en llhuaiao'ie we base err wiln.-saed in ibis city. 1 be entue length tit Wabash atlitl a a literally liued with men, somen and t bil dreii . ' Jrtid Ufiiiouilral Ion lu Frank lllrtli. llAIIOI Sl .IKKl CITIZENS IN COUNCIL. Oiie id ti e ruost itnp"it;g polniial !, , one' rat lona that has ever t ikeu plare 1 n the Wst, that in hor.or of Frank P. Blair in St. Iui on Saturiay i.iLt lasi i Aim uexi eiecuon ne ireru.eu oi jm. , "ri w ill put upon it th final seal or ap i i ! . PlYI Fast ssd Loose. Jobu MiltOL, w bn w arrested Isst week for picking tbe ( -w I a m. r a pocket of L. 0. Rnbinsnnof some yj or f fiO, ves'rdey ruorning sent into Court a note a birr d to hii Honor Judge Thrmjp ami fun .'e.ain ir hia r nilt . and askinir the said h waa not r.ady f.r trial. It is supposed e jirnr now io jail du up tbe paper and g t Milton to aign il, and that he after wari's repented, and prefered reioaining under the hospitable roof of Sheriff Stewart. Esra?siva Qcslitt. It is astonishing what expansive power ia possessed by our , old Court Houae. Every tiu.e ihe Democ j rcy assemble there tbe Joornsl decls.es it the ryef aaaemMy that ever met io the city. i four li,.,,, atleaat, ioctbd laruptiou I ( tl1t Democratic parte baa thii been ari- r. on nerd . Thia is a part of tbe pturamuir put forth by the Democrery, brag J blow !! ga !! PrasovaL. Among the arrivals at the Terre Haute Ho'jae, last night, we r-oiiced the names of Hon. W. A. Peelle, Repuloi cso Csndidste for Secretary of Stste, Saml MaOili. Editor rd the Parke Co. Republi cso, Geo. G. K. Steele, and Judge Maxwell, f '.KkviUe. Cpt J. W. Briggs, of Sullivau, is in the city, stopping st Buntin's Ho'l "Who in thunder is Haseausek ?" I'i (efi Smb. It is a typographical substitute for Haa Eureck, tht brilliant German orator, who is attikiog such terror to tbe hesrts of lb corropt.Jdisanion, slsvery-loving Democ. rscy. Go hesr him spesk. Bro. Green, and you will have no occssion to ssk. . , . ty W received a rare donation last ev ecieg, from iur attentive Route Agent Towaon, in shape e.f tale wt-stern paper including late files from California Kxar ir Bxroax tbx Ptorta. That the Democratic 3tatt Ticket ia compoied of Lecompton Democrats.