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day: R. JV. ill'USOS, LD1TVK. t t: KiTifYfA i Y fFT i n i. .. AUGUST 23, lg( I REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES. ABRAHAM LINCOLN or imoit. FOR ICE miStDIM, HANNIBAL HAMLIN, or M1K. rrtantlal KUctaralTTIckal. Elfttart ir tkt Statt at La;, H ILL CUMBACH. of Preatar. JOHN L. MANSFIELD, of Jffraon. IHttriet El'ftart. .it In.trkt ryrua M. AHa of Kl ; 14 D.inet Jaa W. Kf ,f Clarka ; Jri l,int Morvw C. II auter.oi Monro : Uh Ii.'.rttt-Jok3 H.raraabar.of rranItai jla Imtrict Nala Tratr,of Vty .u tk ln..rrl RabB A. HlJ, f flr'cfc ; TIB litri Joaa !, atat . i,.trifl-.suiBl A. Haf.of IitrHoa ; l...rlcl Jm M. Ty ar, of Miml ; i win 1'i.tr.et ! Jakia.a.of AlUt ; Ilia i'lttrltl-Ui . l'lt MuailLftoa ICrpil III ICait Stair Ticket. tea cot it koi, IIKNRY S. LAN E, of Moatgomry. rot LUCTi5xT Taaioa, OLIVER I MORTON, of Wayn rot atranTaar or Tarr, WILLIAM A. I'EELLir.cf Raniolf h. r t Ttirtrt or araTi, JONATHAN d HAKVKT. of Clark. rbl ICMTOt tit TTI, ALBERT LANGE, cf Vijo. joa aTTaikT otiaaiL, JAMES (J. JONES, cf VandtrlQUb r a Eiroa-rra or nrnn coraT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, cf Marion Jjr.a cur or Bi-raauK cottT, JOHN I. JONES. .f Larang. roa acrtai!TiicaT f t rcatic t!Tavcri MILFJS J. FLETCHER. .f TwlRam. idt CoüOttM, THOMAS II. NELSON. icrMit c rot tr orcoMioi rtta. rri' fojtlof Tir. f'kart4 SalilTan.) SAMUEL F. MAXWELL raoECi-rot corax or common run. WILLIAM E.HKNDRICK1. Coanty tlppuaition Ticket. rot focTT TtEiacait, HARVEf D. SCOTT, roa df aa, ;JAC0Ü HJHAOEK, roa aaaairr. SAMUEL CONNER, roa EEftiKiiTATieE. NATHANIEL LEE. HENRY FAIRBANKS. I0t CtTITCt. JAMES OAKEV. roa'coanfE, N. W.HENS0N, I.T Caxii Towsaur '1 Aur.20.lrC0 lt. K. nrsoy, Ed. Exraa. : I brb withdraw my Dime as a candidal for County Surveyor. 7 ALEXANDER COOPER. CHAMBERS Y. PATTERSON is a can didate for Judge of tb Court of Common Pleas for the district compoaed of the counties of Parke. Vitfi aod Sulliran. TT Mr. Jawts Oaaat is a candidata for tha offica of County Surreyor, at tht Octo ber Kleclion. IT ISAAC N. FIERCE, is a candidal, for reflection la tb offiea of ProsetattDj Attorney, for th 6ih Judicial Cireuit. (.rand Republican Kall)'! 100.000 Lira Republicani Expect ed at Indianapoln on the 29th. 10,000 WIDE-AWAKE IN TORCH LIGHT PROCESSION 1 1 Tba Republican Male Mi Meeting to tak plac at laditnapolia on neit Wrd ady. A uaT- tHb. bid fair to elip any political demonstration that has occurred inc tl.a flead. Already hat tarn of iht Railroads ldiDg to ladianapolia tn compelled t acknowledge themslvi. unable to carry, ta ooe day, th irumen.a iunbra who have applied far tiekte, aad arrang tnnt hava accordingly been ma la to run extra trains on ih -Jih U enabl all to go Th ladies of Indianapolis have called ruetiog to provide roetns for accommo laticg the tb.jaanda who will be com pelled to stay uvr eight an th. Sth sod Uil. Our favorite Trre Hsjt. 1 Richmond Railroad, which ha. never failed to ac-commo-iata all who called, wid run two half far. traioa an the .'ivh, and will be able to carry a ? a.l number. And row we appeal lo tha Republicans of Viga caucty. to abow upoa that d r Ihat we ar ali iu this coualy, srd that th vain b of the "Squstter.," that Republicanism is bairr crushed o tt cf old Viyo, is simply ailly aas. Let tis sscd 1,000 of otir cititect to this mighty gathering of th Fran of our gloriose Hoo.ter Slate. It c gi up in uch C m b r aa to etrik terror lo tha hearts tf the corrupt Stat, officials and their erai..arie tho eorrjpt ru'era who have robbed our chilJr:i and ojtsIv. of taor tbaa a million and a quarter t f th lands eor.aecratci to the education of tb children cf th. Stat, but which haa Isvo ,. .i.i. i. .0 villainously squ.n j.r-! to ennch ccr. rupt officials aad lhir party favorite. Let th tama of every ne ski will cer lainlv go.b cbtait! in vry low n. hip . . i i . .", ia tha county, at once, aod let tbea rane, ' ... k. ...i i .?.:. .a.. .i ,.iAt. ii .. ...v I vw nut ii'iai.ii.iO iwn. rnnni.,iii a . ijui arrar.g.mnts roay b. trade s w,;iit ta th. aceooimadaiioo cf all Vary liberal arrac geteert can ba raad with the RailroitJ Co to catty K) to 1 .CO 0 rraoaa. ana lufi au cppor.-jr.uy to vi.u Iba Stat. Capital aad itbr tie ra.d i-.it.v. anrj-.T, aj nvr tgsia occur. Com, thn, with your "j -"' hearts, and join this grsrd army cf Frea- doro which will Corcejtrat at I.diir.ap lis oa tha Will in'. a. . . of the canal extendic; fr-n thi plac lo , ... ,, aakaa swk T.t.awa! J ..mT aa.a .Im-k..a a at Nwbrrv, isfaroja u that r.avia'.:on will la Svispndd on hi.dirisisr tr a msrth t rome, owing ta the sesreuy cf nr Tk. malicious des'.riistiti of th eonVank ! u.t at the Hirt h Creak rerir, in March last, haa reederei it ispoihl la iajp lh usus I supply af water in the ess al dar i tg tht present uxscer. It is horyj that the having barg of it will b able ta t. it 1 a"k e.n4!t!n .a I. V. Isaf of lhaf.lt U.J. brth. l...b..lU'tlC8-4Bj,U?"k'r M if " -il indicated. 4 IT Gov. Willard tb Journal ays it a'uiuj n. the southern part of th Stat. We thought Willa'd was ff. with ra Tf(is)' Row much dues Lt aiT.e dai- A Decoct Daily p.,er is aU.v to bt I atartedlB) Lafaya . Jeara Il can't lir. Tb.tliajau ap tLeia wan t ' agrtt witfc ti. J Olli th t Rltn be lawlvetl If Mr.! LUln U ! Prtl4ut I Th. Chtrl.! Utnatj ssid Ii. thr j n Th. Presideotisl elaclien turn wpwn ir.fl fact. If ifc. northern paopl. l litt t b at th. outbro peeple will dia.olve thir eo.reetin with them .ho.lat tka Rlek Warw-V1ia riirit aneea! ia leetia I.iu- co,B lo lb rr.idey Liaeoli. wn U d fatd. Shoold they.cn the eoiitrary.be- liv that th aoulhrn ppl will aabnut ta Black Republican domication by tbe lection of LibcIb to th residency Lin cola will I ? J " Th Cioeir sali C"snrr.reil aajt : Th Mircary it nittakta. Tht tctrterow of diaarioa ha beeo prBtd to the imagi .alioua of tb. peopt ef tha North Uo ma ay tir for it lo make aoy ifBpriao opan thm ea thia occasion. Il is hwm earj to I od ost n.w, wh'.hr th d -c trin. that th Constitational action of a Pri dnt, ia cause forth dissolution of the Union, baa ia any S'tU of tb t'nioo a majority of tipportr A. minority class of a fniuoritj tiui of Iba country , can ot rxss'er tha rr.ajoritj by th thr.at of disunion. If tba Union ia to ba dissolved to conseqetne. of toy Coiilitutincal if t of tha peopl., it ia .Jeairsbl. thai tk fact should t known ; eetaialy thpoplof jtLe North will tbriek from theprform- anca of any duty ia aaquoea ol any tlreat And lh Mrcury nd ia italf ao troutl ia tha way of for,jctur. Mr. Lincoln will ba lctd eit rridot of lb Uaitad Sal, aud will ba loauguraud tn4 fo to vork in the National Capital Kwih.a...tioo ia : What do South Car- i ....... I Oil Li B 0 VU. J-l W H U m KTJtl k Ik I Wfjrjd tho fallowic g froaj the Chraw Gaaetta, copied ialo tka Charlratoa pa para : iLt Ta oTH ef em it 7 lata uea tijo it coRtinially rtnifin in onr ear Will tb aaith aubmitto Black lUpobli faorul! Will aha permit th ioautfura liii of Lincoln and Uaiulin T We will art' wr by liking another ajution a ykt tha South to aubaailT w a tbirk ahugbt act, au.l truat aha will not. If br al e arc worth pre.ereit j if aaa would llaa . A ...r. ii t . kr ft ti Ii aat i An her LloJ i bontbt freedom, ab cannot aha rouat not J .ubmit I And it ia time tba Heutbern peep!, io dividaally, were taking and anawerta ikl.nn.lllnh Ik. T,TO I. at. 1 1 t I. tuW Iff I u. ..-L'.vw.w Ik- r.....il Ii.. k.f Bfl . l .i . t : I.. v - i . .1.,1 ,i i. : lTndrtht circuTsstaocaa, aud with an alcnoat cartataty Ikat thequeation muat le ml aod anawrU hefur the 4lh ol ilarch alanoal reduced to a Certainty that he will : ; " , , V , J"r" huaever, prev.oua to IS41, b With tb ruatenal aid that h ia r j henceforth will har '"bed aud .board to - ut trior to th adoption .f the re-olulion. ceivmr Iram th Kell aid Doujjlaa fact:ora , f.-ihr. h Douglaa Con vent. on of w J t whifb uue th ft'tvl Gortrntnenl 10 th Pouih, il ia ruorally certain that be : ork. which ha- lately Uo in e-iau at rodf tlJf h a )!..., fieeril donation to the :n i .i 4 ! svracuae.tb '.leraph telle ua, ba norai . ..tlt. in.i,.,.. i ,.r., tn ,h Swa,n otit, coititaoD prudecca would dictala that i tendance dunoic the Conveoiiao to aa.iat CfeJ, o( wbjch t,ur ctri.lItutioo provides, it had Vetter b auawred al once. Vit, ; p Ihe work. Roth Prt ar aati.tied. hP vJng .,,,4. 0 aelectibP aud tha Southern popI. if lAeyactily.wiUi that ia Ike l:1-"f , ' 1r D?W draining th am, ahould remain a per 1 ao im 10 diurtuiniu lhir cour.a of ! difficulty will be to delirer tLe thous- lual fubd thf it com lir,of o b intiol action. It would ba wora lhan folly, it wauld ta downright ruadneas, lo procraa- The Louisvill Jwuraal invite the Doug tinata lo put off till taa lale tba caaider ' jat fflfn lo th aa me arran ttbtul Reed: atien of the taatter. Ouce 1st a Mack Re , n i .1 .-.. a t publico aduMiiatraliao gat po.aea.iou af ; '"Th fnend. of Ball aud the fr eurW , of th. pure, and It. .wur.faad ,t will b . ; D.uKIj. might vol for one elector,, tick difllcuU j.bto.rstitfrcmthm. Heiter j . ch roter iWUg hi. ow. Ire.. far W pr.vaot than to remedy th v,l." dential choic ,n od. agreed on and if ' 1 J titha ticket ahould succeed, th. elector Tbi is an aceediogly pertinent article! ,houK1 j,f lle ti)eir auffragea between Dell Wa tommsud it to the carLl Cot.iltra- n d Douglas in proportion lo the popular tioa of tto- who hold tb dortrib pro aU'cgth ev.nced at the ballot box " .... Gov. Mooebesd in his pech ia this city el.iotJhyMr.Fillmor.ai Albany ,n At WtJni.ilU. laU aTwf,ij ÄCj ju,lified that tie triumph of that which ha wa , ftvJCh an agreement, and l DujU$ nun -pitta. 1 ta lH;n a Pactional organiialten fludtdü. Now let the foreign born citi- . . . . . . ..n-. I I tens who have so lonr adhered to the for- ( and w hieb waa goraphically a .ctioaal " . . .. v" aar ; tunaa of the Democracy, ad naade it party) would justify ar.d requir a dtaolu- j .treogth, and gained its victories, e tu tiaa ef th Coioa. Th triumph of that ; what an eotertainaierl they are invited. orgaaicatlao ia at hand. This fact ia pa-i taat to all obsrvrs. Now, ia th. L'ßion t. ba dissolved t If so, when and by.wbal prac.. ?nd how much of it ia going to , Urf - on lU nreck,uriJ., lickt ,pok, to disaolva ? ! a very large audience at Moiart Hall la.t . '" . . T" . i otght. His speech was loz'cal. tircaitic, H.irr . Lan. Aba Lineal.. , dlruetiv. lo lhe rrt.trn.iO0a to reu In a recant apeach, Col. Hsry 8 . J4an j tr,tv of ll e DOUi,t nomine.. Judge E. apok aa followa c Mr. Lincoln: j demonstrated that then Huinaiion of Doug- "We rr...ntrt eori a eandidata Ur tha Praidnc7, wf n, in hi peraoo, is an apt ;n.tr.lion ftf one frea malitntiona An orphan child, bcro to tin inhritance, bul with an honest heart, a strong right arm, aad iaduetrioua habita.h has carved out for htmalf th proud.t poaition on earth, TT. bear, aloft to dav th. meteor flair af oar cmmoncoontry ia hia.tron right arm. j n,i UCCOmpromt.in,? la he apiril rhlCh and around the nam ef Honeat Abraham P-"d hi. .peecb He w.M awful oo Lincoln cluster tha hop, of tht whole i "" Soyerngiutj. He evidently re world, for th perpetuation of frea govrn- j r "d h.S follower, as OUl of ment. Th.s ihscurt Child of labor sPnt a )h Irmocr.ue party, and ...d they wnul I l.rg. pnrtion of hi. life in th. humble vo- j ,rt c' ' lhf Hepubl.can ranks. IU s.,d cstioa of a farm laborer, and when I look , B ow'd lk fUllr f "d the best l .... .....wi. ..r...L on "Ii' eatisfy it, hoped thy would be over thi vaet atsemaly, composed in tart , J J , , J of young m.n. my be.rt grow, atronÄer j camrM.(l t harbor Doug la. and myltop grow, brighter. There I... , Thi. portion of b.a apeeeh wa.a.rana . . . . ..k... ii.;. ir. I... tie aa aquaforti. and mad our Sheriff tent to m. perhaps, inia uy. sjrne ban-I , . , .. . ril.i hit there "takin nrd., wince Ilk. e.t.onort'iwyeliiaiiracnlh.rlse,. ., , . . t. .w w: v;k... it... h waa raw all over and somebody waa htghr than kmjjs, aighr that mj.ror, . . , . ,l' ' i osing a whip .a his body. He suffered th the proudest p.itiac ob srih, thapon-, ' m . i n... I... .fit,. iT.ii. 4 . . pam of f"rtv thoa.and toalbach. under lion of I ridBt .fin. Uuitel sates ; . Abraham Lincoln i at one a diatmgui.h ed lwyr. a patriatic slatama. and a leading politician forthe!al twenty years. a r i t. i.. erat, in good .landing. LmnttiLa Jaitr- A. Douglas abawa hins to day to t. one of j . th ablest poltticsl dfblr n tkawboUj""1 coatinatt Now, ia h worthy to b pr j e.. I to you at a Candidate! j In.wlisr and Hoan.ntlc. What high quality do yoa sbast d.ire ; Wa understand on relish!, authority in your Pre.ideutJ Toer de.ire abov. a I I that th urvivor l th Arche dla.ler, ef things.pl'. aid fa-hienrfd trety. and . whom w. ap.k .n Poes ly. will be in the Abrshsas Lincoln i a avnoat to for all that ! citv thisev.nmg Th p.raon is Mr. Fln- . ..a ... ia boneal Sir, h haa caiaa tbrougrt the 6 iery feraac. of ihr h.sted political con at ie Illmoia. and to-day th.ra is not a -pell of flreen sllhi grmnts. So man tat ba. dared to ia pato to him aughi .av me bone.ty and intejrn?v. His mind is teau- ttful as th fragrant rlwer of hia own pra- n S.at. and hi life ud character i aa pur and pl!a a th cry.tal water whtehletresthtOorthertahoreofhtaNorth We.tern hoaae, a J aa Ih prwnd repr ata - tativ of American institutions h w ill he your President in 1161, sni in th prepare of thirty aullians of people, upon the a.t em parlic of yr jr,r'st Capitol, a will aaa. me thoae d iti.s so iatimstely Conner td with the well beiug and deatinv of tbir- ty alllitnt tf fuetuta In tht enth Ji:tn epine over tLi whole lai.d. from th . . . . . ..... .V .I- lakes to the 01 i'S. Irom .Mitt to lh . a- . .. . ... . . ... bash: in th. wa'ch fir, of free,lom shieh I sow blas iriB tbo'Jssrd hill tp, ant j M""J f!lp,,; it lhi; tl thl). WB1h rrU u, I f ttch ,he i rph- 1 tee. I hear te tracp of thefmareh of com- i"i ereil, tl for sea that Abraham Lir- , ca'n t ta t President in 141, ad that j 1 . ,. . , . . . . . .. i th decree i. written in tl.a boak of ft. , A llarwla sjslr af Charily--Km I tat I aw J.aa mi A rt. A Palsia.o letiar giv.a tw.e arecdoteof rt.t af c'Lariy: fe! A )Vil.( j patriot e area 1 Francuc Ii i ktlla-l j . 4 Ti,e rv,r.,Ur .tam r . ration 1 w hich tak plscbefo Gar. tai n s arrival I ... . ,- . j Q April V' s latltsr i.iotif m ki if i lf ttr 0y boi by ih H ib.0 ol- ; -.'-' ' " th vy dsy thst Ga.sldi ea'r- 1 ed Pa!rn.. a youag and bas Hi' iI nun, ! Ignscis Ii s-s tü s:str ana igl fr of the ! n i .. .w . acra.iia aa hta ao I a r'''! tha . , . k .. ... . ... , ,. 1 alft r, placed aertf at tb bet I (.. Ii celvima, cryirg: "Dswe with is Her bn' Death t tkt tyrsrd! Ter gibr ! ' She kept br p'.sc a leg as tse dghtiag la 1 d and her coura;esa atti ' ! rile J th. vol.. leer F.ver iclRt dsy the aam af Ignacia Rishs. t hH sacra.) Wha ah rs ia tra street it sol lier j twaw law and hlsss lt ua IS a. est JTo tfaod respect. Garibaldi pays her great owa daughter. fJT Garibaldi wes fifty thr. yesrs old a tk. I5;h dsy f last July. 0a thai night th'. waa a g ettral iilaetinatiaa i i Naples ia h.tcr of th. .vest Tb. mi a liters f Javrael t J a fa.ey ata tak. Thy lkrbl tha reoteaianl i Pr"if of '"ft1'" 0-w-. aed ill.aninatad th.ir .wo ktsse, whil. lh Taja! Ittaci., ia hisentks.issns.il:. ricatsd vita three Ut. IT Th Douglas paper reject th pro position of ih l.reckin'i Ige mn to fise- ( n.ctsral lick.f , iw.jlrani. Imii ana, aaä ethr Stttr. lotDir?. Th Cincinnati En :uitf r it: Tbiapropo.ai, .how.tr. want of prin jC.Huntrr.of lÜf oiuii gfau. Mf II. " cipUaa itba corriHu l,e n-,. : n.mru,er f.f b !. Lr.lalur f hi Stat Ho'dmj i t Icmgcrcy ar wrt ; apa Iba alary ion. bd bBtin (d4 from tka party on that jrrourd.lby aut to f.: with tho whoe prir;Cirlf r incAuipaiibl witk thai ra Tb marraey will diadain any urh propoaition. Nn utio with tho who fa? ff Coar'- ional intrrrrbtiou, ia thrir anolta. Tbcy ran oar rrcogoiz lho who aupport th Boltara Domioalun, aud place ihr upon rqva'ity with Iba lojal nn ot tb r ganintion. Tbr rao l no ucb coiu proaaiaa with traitor. Il would b ruia oua to Iba Demoe ratio cau for tb frirnd f DoQa and Jahcaar. th only ntirnal OflBiiDffi. ta k aoy political partr.r kKin nr fültnn itb tb Y c F - litee H 1 1- rd factian. It lrivr a creator portioi J of ita a'rength from tb fact that it i atcruly opp..ed lo all tkir ciBal diunin achm.. Th Thi!aJ!phia l a uf tq iio-al ly e B4m. tha proposition in tb follow Wba f.n Iiart thia fSm prt-p-aed bfor by pariia appod ta th Ue nnocfacy, is orJr to dVat it, but ierrr har l of it being aJopid n by tbno. To ffpctf it now lath I)mcratie piMy I hetniliatirg f ooajjh; to adopt il wouia coTr that party with drfal and di:rac, from which it would Brier recwr. Ht for lh Drmocrattc party haa .too l up.n it aaitv of princirl and orameation, ltd boldly bid ditlarira to all combiui ttooa. Wbo it c.. to d thi. and ek aupport from traitora within, or rnfm- wnn Ji. a no repudia.r r. prn c.p. C . t -..-4 it fnitilu, II prt-Mifn arid It o r til ba destroyed it lll acknowledge tief at before the batl! The Urrckinrid,j orao at 1 odinapdi. Old Lice (iu.rd. thtnka the propo.ition to fu in Indiar.a will bn rjctel by the Dool.a wiD- T Guard aaj a. In the mean true, let u not be idl . LeluaiKi'.L Jefired wilh the iJei thai wa am in aa Brnitie. "Lt xrn trnf. in ba i.an l kep our powdr dry.' When- rer our propoaitioa ia rejected, let il be th aignal for the ou.lavibt W ill Iben bav ro u.e for acabbarda away with them and let the nbtterin ateel na.n in ineauoium Damoerat and Know Mathlnf Pulon. a t. a a. 1 I A a 1 O " It UMIir w ' - ' " . ' ' a. waw aaara fin, a a i i a bt i aa waai 1. f 1 "-- ww- S comoinaiioo i cooiriaia emoeraey fiu nated an electorial ticket with on third of It P. 11 .-.... anil that (K.Vtate I A Ml ITl I ! t It Hell men, and that th Sute Committee of the Bell party have bo ia canatani at- ; TUir k"u" """7 "-'a "" -' How do they like being aold out lo lb Americans? Ind Journal. . - --- . ir Jode Del. ii a R. Eckl. late of Utah , i n,fl 1,04 ingie e.em.ni or regularity about it. In fact, he acknowledged that ' cr regu.ar iemocrauc nom.ne, T . . aud said Dernocrata might vote for either or neither of the candidates without viola tion of parly law. a . r . t . - . 1 i w. exiremeij aevere on .ne , I,lD01" V? "J hl es, ; yo j t c a i.a iivipun m y. Judge Ecklea wa iutroducfd by Dr Bray. Oa th. platform wi C. R. Rudd, John B.Hall and J. Gavik ail Demo ry , wbo wa wf ;t kr.Qwn a having Ept 1 th. grocery at tht Crnr of Or!fn tnd Robertson tret. wher- his wtf now re- ; aide She married Mr. Fleury ' first clerk, Mr. Webb', and ha. had ihre children bv him. H-r two chi'drn by Mr Fluery; a 'daughter of aeventani and .an of fifteen, are now living with htr. Lat SslurJay, ; .ba received tLe ri r at intimatiau of th . tiartllwj nee of hr huslaud's return, ' after an abcr.ce of ve and a half Jsr. J ia a letter from him. dated t New York ' A lady friend, to whom aha howed Iba j letter.' report the ubatar.ee of it lo be that Fieury, with iv other aurvivors if th A'CtiC were picked up fr m frsitects af the wrrck ry a whsler, which Erpt on i her loeg f oy age. The ship waa tuts. ,uf , nu .i i.ntly a jtk, and filteen of thoe -.u board the Ii -t v ol 1 ... . . .-1.1. - . . i . . ..red themselves on ao iiibi, iro wr.icn they ware akn by another whMer, which w aa i ut ci.etii.irig her cruise.acd ich fllTJrfUr,(l,1 la Nrw Yl,rk . veak or two .eo'-.Y. O. Bet. Th. Iawgl Cewtrnl rmmlll. The State Central t-omsaittee of tnDJg laa party met in thia city ye;r.s to c r. si ler th. proposal far a fjsnn. made by IS Jt'eck iarid Convention f th 31.1 nit, r,d lo fill vsciBcie in their electoral ticket. W. arc infcrmcd lhal the compra tnis waa rejected dt ridedlv. bot th C.m nuit were ot deteroiced as U whetfc.tr th rejctio akou'id be a sia.pl "r.o." or a e'iiva witk aa eisHarat slsUisecl af ! lBt;r r,t,an fJf rtf-sal Ia tfce vacaaey 1 a. a. .tt . I i on I ne t lec tcr al ticset cteatet o in a ! s.ruoo of ür. Sherrod. ia the 21 di.tnct. : !:.bä5: Zt"; j .a..t)Uf Steele, tb lector ii le IDh dis , ireit. who is cow lb. Dmcrvc cai.diJal , f' Casgres., was rplacJ by Aadr.w sUcktca, Mr. 8el. though a Potflat I t?a. Jtaratf. . teisaarrtle Talerall . J At Fort Way., whr Carl 5hartt kad ! ift , j r oittett to speak, th. Dctoocrats 1 appaitilej a pol. raisi.g al U. stra lira sb J f lie, to drown hii wi;bth:r crus. W h. changed bis ppoiatmest they is ad sotkr pal. raisirg f.r tk. sao. parpca. but tbvGerrssa Den.ocrats resa Ui tfce icull tni fright) J the eor.tcrpt ibl leader al of the.r achw. Put r- j .alr.U W1J U UtÜfj ttfif kltrcd cfthe.aior, aed th.r ctensp t ler bis c.wttryrf a.or t tf theaa thraw a large tab bag. bead through the w j Jaw of th roots wher. h was speikmg , at J strack Mr. P. T. Bsil.y, fr-3ier ediiar af il Repb!.esa, . t.B ait g blow j tha ceck. )l was thrown at Mr. Shurti. bal happily it ansitd him. "Libra a ia a dead letter in this coualy," aayt IL. Lssiera Arrtt. Ta wki.k Gro l.a Mercury aids, "Lik. all Had l.itert. J aa will aw saat la Taakiata. Corruption f.apoet. ! ei bvluw an x,oe of theeoirup Mrit Instrument, if that i the construction I - I . I II I . !. ! . .1 ' . i I tion connected w.tl, th qandncgof tl witK f ra and j Swawji Land Kurtd. V taka iha rip i Fn -uirr ara 'from a pefcb rrrntly mad, by Mrtoa irom a p Bt.d a p'onnnrnin oi r on th c lotuntfe . M.n.. Tb condition vt tb Sartp Land Fui-d it ii quired into by that coiuruilt. nd lb KiubtE!ini.t Bill paad. to pirn.t fuftlr robUlirfc by the Stat olTfrr. Cor Willard atofd tba t ill, and tbua rfutd ta piil a atop to thia political robUry. Thia Swamp Lod Fand.waa.aa tba radtr will rcol!ct, a d'inatioD from tha Fcdrral (iof rrnaiart to tlii State and wnuutcd to mora thau 1 .000,000 acre, and worth mor than $3. OOO.OOO. IhalanJawrr to bo oM atd lh proc4 to l a common arbotd fund. üoc. ri,l, in hia firt ruao aft r thia bamitiful b- tin fr-tn tha Fadrral (Jof- i ernrnnt. coni'at'i'ated the pepla of the Stat ipon tbi. rich fond, enough to al icolchrd all the p n.r c hi! Jr.n in the Stat Well hat rich at.d ruunifirent e ft ha all ben aq'ir,tlre d.atol n, lb Siata aud th School Kund baro bn robbe, I of il, aa t more than $3,000,000 put iota the pocket, nf .ibonel parti.ana, and the fol Iovinf i the ay that a part ion of it went Read it and then determine what ia hl to b don with a party wbci ladra ar tbtiacfrrnpf. I com now t th econ.l rriitioa, fir which the Republican party ia reapon.iHe and of winch the liorertiur ao bittrrly cut plain Tb re.ol'itinn i in the following word: Tha, the flcal afTiira of the State of Indiana bare l-een badly maoaped. Tlat State oftlcer hate been hown lo le drful- tf ra to largo amount and autleri'd to go un pm.ecuted. Th.t lirjj.- amount- of the public moneya have rern aqoandered to rr.rtch official, an.l parliaan favorite, r.d thatwhrr. tb rei ree..iativfa of tb people . u'ht to .top th.e .peculatiotia bv the painae of an erobezileniei.t till. Hi Gov ernor of tb Sia'e vetred that bill, and thu kept the door of the trenatiry evened to be farther robbed by diahone.t partia- IDI." To notice fully all tb objections which the Republican irfc' a'int the D o craticptrt? aa embraced in thia rnolutioti, aod to fully anawer tb a'aumeul and oljectionsof (tovtrnor Willard in his speech made airain.t it, it will be neceaary for toe, like th (overnnr, to ga back about Uu j j,ona.,uu ln,j. in when Con- l ..... . . j . without monev and with . . rtem . oj;q rvw -r,e. f Und. th. rro. i appropriated to the .upport of commoa sc hool ai d to no other purpo.e whalever; that msgniticent fund in expectancy, which Gov. Wright in hia ruettagei spoke of in auch glowiog Urm, and congratulated the people of Indiana in their great succe.a in the cause ol education. Where now are til tboa lacda and tbeir proceed.? Where i that magnificent fund that the people of Indiana bav ao long looked forward to, as a source of education? these little chil dren of whom th Governor so tenderly and pathetically speaks, are crying all ov er the land aad anxiously asking and .k ing for tbo.e land or their proceed, which to juHl) belong to them. Where are they ? I answer in the band, of spsculalors, and out of which the children Latebeeo rob bed by fraud ard corruption. These lands Cam to ua during Gov. Wright' admini tration. Gov. t ilUrd succeeded bian and in the meantime nearly even foot of them have paated from ua. Who ia responaible for this great loss? Uov. Willard attributes itall to the election of Talbott, Collins, &. Co., in 1854, but that kind of aa apology will not satisfy ih ise little children, neither will it aland the sun light nf investigation. And even Col. Hendricks the Democratic cscdidste for Gotenor in a speech made from thia atand on lat Monday, charged all the h ra of those lands, to the fraud of Talbot: and Collina, and for the purpose of eorfirroinfj , it aril making CTetybody be lieve that be waa sir cere in b a statement said, that if any man could poiut out as ureal (rd-.da committed bv any democrat in olfice as by Talbott and Collin, he would decline the race ard gire Mr Lsne a clear fieM. I row propo.e to givethee Swamp Land Frauds a thorough "airing;" and if in the Course of my rfmarke.I shall happen to tunr.ble on a democrat, whofefraudstxeeed or even equal thoe of Talbott and Collin, I ippoe Col. Hendricks will remember his proroi. I want it, ho em distinctly uoder.tood, ibat I am not Ihe apologist of either Talbott or Collin in tbeir Swamp Land Frauds, but w will presently se who arr. While in the Legislature, I to ted in every if. Ms. nee in which the question wa. presenteJ, not only to expose but to unf w their frauds, and tht frauds of all other, connected with ihem in reference to tho.e land. I frly admit that Talbott and Collin did aboutall they could in their ofiicisl position to enrirli themaelves and tho.e Democratic friends who confederated ilh them, out of thoae lands, which by the bv. could not have amounted to any. thing, if all others in office, connected with the bnair.es. had done their dnty. But h hiau-ry of lb Swatnp Land transac tion, ahowa that there v.r. other, who were juat Ba vilUq toult, and acted out their part a. well in these frauds as Tal- kott ids Odlin. juW jt Ui ommn 1 70? mrt ,r Wnw fommns atth. yry begin Dlf ir.tlm h iH Control o?er thee lands, and whit powers Tslbot and Col Una could exerci over them, uader the law. Ry er. 5 af Swamp Land Act. 1 vol R S . 12. parfe471.it waa mad th du ty of the Aaditor in th various counties where th re w.i swamp lands, to offer them for aale Tboae thai remained on- sold,wr afterward undr section 37 of the an act, made subject to entry. Sec 20 cf the .am act made it the daty of the Governor to appit.t aome suitable and competent peiaoa. Swarnp Land Commis sioner i rcl co'intv where there were Under er 2J. it was mad i th ili.lv iif tl ate c imiii.imr.ri Ii. 1st . .. i . - ... . . : .. rontrat, for son H erein nsme 1. an order on tha Tr.n urerefStslt for the amount of iocey thcrriu atated, pay able out of tka Swaip Laad Fand. Sec. 46 provided thai it shtnld sd might b lswful for the Trn urer nf th varioua count , to receive ia psyrr.er.t for Ian J., Ire. or ier iiL I by lh Auditor cf Stste Sec. 51 gsv th Govrr or full pvvr, ar I aulhoni-d him to rreure ary ef thf s Swamp Ln.J Com raisioGr and at point olhrr ia their plare, when in hts .pioi o th interests of the Stale rrq'airad it. After the lar.d. were a. Id. utder see 14. it w. tusd ta. duty lor th Auditor of S'.sta to prepare the deeds, th. Governor to sign tkem ofüctsl ly, ard thea they w.r to ba attested by tht dteds.tk. Gorerror, to rgo tbtu cfS eisllv.aad then ttey were lobe atte.ied bv t! Secretary of State, ard the sesl e tf Stst a:T.ie J t! Thcr. are viri- oa Other dstiea pniated r'.t in the law, to b performed ty the various ofT.cer, bat Ihn, which 1 hsv. K.clioeed ar th priccipal ores, and . which hear directly upon th tanmr la wkieh lhe Swamp Lat Js wre it bs disposed of. Uader the Isw as I hsve atated it. how wa it poaai tl fcr Talbott acd Collie, to hsv c.aa muted tk frasis, if ihe Gaverctr and tb. variosa Swatrp Land Commisaioner. aprtr.ted by ruro( .s well a tb different of?.fr. bad der their duty? They bad aa j"?we r or tt land, ie aay way, colli aft r tby wret!d IN a 1 1 h c r L t J they lay pawee over ay ,f7!r directly concerted with the tale, or d srsil of item. Who hs4? The Cseercor. Uwt t is Kitellti-ey iafarras issoltas It all j that the Gsvvr.or n powerle io all matters durie gth reign of Talbott and Colltr s, and tht it i tlUers violaud th. It a arid cmrnittedfradia spite of bira. He jays.' b (Gor. Wright) tiuld not say lb Tiesiunr, Audttot ar Secretary,, oa shll cr stall net da this." but that id of scai won't satisfy the t eori, Th. G.vrnor wk stands at th. bead of ptblK ttTairt, it af rery little ose, tad tha the dilchirk ol these This wmp Land t rsod Report. ineU count v in the Slate wher iu ! the crowd come. fr wh&r orae or don't 1 renth of tb !...itU. f.nlor. air.,..!. landa. Sc. oi made it the du'y of ihe.e hieb ,Col. Hendricks so much r, lies upoo. j ete Swa t.p Land.. but what the manage i com, there . ill be the beat enterainmsn v. l-.iur uom i,Muii;iMim m i';rffr ...,.- -. tumurr iu m ery i iiicnt or iiiern anound in fraud: even here . il , . j - t i i - - UScatei.crri.fjiug the amo.nl of money J reat extent, and account for the milk in ! in my c county. hre there w.s bul ! j ( TnK SrMKI,u , T B,ftllT A my Urf. du.toih. rariaut raBa for drainirg the cocosiut. little S amp Lsnd, ) et the records show ' . , " Tt" v T 1 i it n . i.- .t. . theselsnds. Sec. W msd iltheditvof DunogOiv. Wr.a-hv'. Administration, thlovr eleven hundred d'.ar, bat ! Three cheers fur oorbee. "the l.gr , and.er.ee assembled last night io the Court the As liter e? Slate on the presentation he removed from Müce on Jacob Mtrkel : been psi 1 out f r survey ing and di ching J Ui w L" Correspoadeuce of tbe , Houe to bear the apeecb of Mr. Harmon, to him of these certificate, io give the per ..SwaropLsud Commissioner in Jasper I an 1 yet there ner has been one foot f i Jour,i' Ifai.didate for Reporter of tha Sunrem Cilitution i f t-ur Slai a mer meming ( ty to b plac t d up.n il. What ia tha object of harir.g a Gorrrior ? And what are hia oarer and duliraT Tha object of bar iuf tin i. to la aooi prni lo look al tcr the pullic ii.trrcfcta of l peopl, 'd S w tio.e it jty it tiall w in guarj bihi pro- ' rj i a tct eitlem. Ii nr.Wr to lo t Ii I a . tl.a i atitutioft l.a iriTfn him full p iwcr. It proTide., Arlirl 5. mtc. lb: 1 be (lift rnor halt tranaact all tKCcary buiiura with Iba iflicera i;f goternmefit, atid Bly f (j u Ira inlormatioa, in writir from the otli cer d tb adminiatratirn dcprlmot, upon any aubject ylatinj to tl.e dutlea ol their rr.pectite office. Srction 10 aUi proTtJea: "He ahall lak care that the lawa b faithfully exrcutel. In cata vbrre iolrnc i. u.ed to prevent the ex ention of th lawa, arciion I J en:po rr biru to call out forcea Ij execute them. w Avl wbr tb ofl.cer. peacefully eiolaie liim. b baa tie power to convene tha Le iMlatnre and report tb lad lo ihrru, an 1 tbe can either renin?.- or ccmpel luiu lo obey tb law by proei line heary penalties for hia failu'e. from tie- plenary p w er ni'en to your Governor by the Coriti tution could be not have .ti pped lbea Stat otTirrm from eninnnun-k' '.bt ae frati ia and outiapea umu the ribt of the p-'p!e? W ill (lo? ill ar 1 .ay m ti e rery fac t. .... . - M . I the Cmi.tiuninii. that the Oovemor ha no . aar? .a mi powe to mini ei oir.rera to niorre me iawi i Doea ool the O .vt rnr.r lake an tiath lo J aupport tl.e Uoii.llltitiOTi j Ami doe. not that Constitution require hiui to ee thai the lawa are faithfully executed ? Doea it riouir him to do an impo'aibility T If the Ooverror bad properly looked tt r th I ialereta of the I eopl eopla, and required the I law to have been failhl illy execut-:. bow , .a it poioie tnai uuina iol uinmi could have fommitted lhee fra-.da. The law jav them no power to do nuv tich tbiotf. Where, then, dia! they jjet it7 Tkeyeould not convey away the land That waa tba duty of rhe (!ovarn.r, nj I believe amor all th t harea against Tal bott acd Collina, there ia none that they evr forced the name of the Oov.-rnor to aoy of theae fratijuler.l patent. - Thn, how came it thtre ? Ho ntn have put it there of hia own fn will and ac- curd, for thee State efficers had ni power to compel bun 'o ij;o them. ilh what show of rranon or common j er the amount filed; and soon after the aene theo could Oov Willard .ay that if j taking effect of thia law, all the unold he (Gov. Wripht) htd ud proper dili- ' Swamp Lands in Js"pr county, amount ecce, he could n-i have prevc-ntid lhe-e nU to about 175,000 acrea, were then ab fraudftT Rut how do-, he vrdm lie a. r i d and nearlv all the contractor, with virtually tells ua that (Jov Wright, t.ot on ly failed to re t' law faithfully executed. but tint hf abilu!ly violated it by jH!i. iejf blank patent lor land be for they were aold, wk n the law reouired him to do ao after they were .old; and delivered Ibem over ta Collin. t by did he do that? (iov. Willard may say because he thought Collins hör est, an 1 that all w ould be rih'ht. Yet that was the first miatep, and Irom that act the people suffered. Gov. Willard thinks that act excusable in (Jov. Wright, but in a simlisr one in reference to Talbott, where he surrendered up the lirstoerey bonds to Nixon for a few day, be regards it a very gnat outrage. In my judgment tbey stand about upon an iqual footin I have no doubt both acted in good faith . yet the acta within thea;tlres were rone and iu violation of law. and the teoile were cau.td to suffrr thereby. In the first instance, if Gov. Wright had not sigued thore patrnl in blank, theo Collins and Talb. tt could not have committed those fraud., ar.d if Talbott had not delivered up to Nixon the bonds, then the bills holders on the Oramercy bank would not have suf fered. After these blank Swamp Land pa tent were delivered toCollins, still be aud Talbott could not have conveyed these lauds to themaelves an.l friends, unlesa :h. book, of the Auditor and Treasurer of Jasper county showed that they ha 1 been purct.ai.ed ami paid fur. In order to have this done, they united with them the swan.p Land Commissioner of Jasper Co.. a Democrat who issued false aod fraudu lent certificate, certifying that there was so much money cue these men, Talbott and Collins, and the who confederated with them for ditching-, when no ditching had ever been done. Upon these fsUe and fraudulent certificate, the Audttorof State issued orders upon the Treasurer of SiaU, under section 35 of the Swamp Land Act. Wilh lhee orders is.ned upon these lale and fraudulent certificate, thi land was paid for. Thia i the fraud that Cd. Hend ricks so much complained of, and declared if any Democrat ia otlice bad equalled it. he would cive un the f f . ha 1 1 llit irv n - I - - - Daraeraidi nf ib Ka.n,n 1 ...I I?. Irom which he read to cfidemn Talbott and Collins, also condemned this Demo cratic Swatup Land Commissioner, and show that he was as deep if not deeper in the fraud than tbey were, for in sirat r - r ..rv.., inp of the manne in which these lands were obtained, this report says: by the complicity oftke Strmmp iad Comnortr$, A...I. (. loi rwio ... . .ii i . t.i dtrut jot about ..,U0U a err I af the brtl of tne vacant land in t he county , were obtained I say thai this Commiasioner was deep, if not d ep r in th. fraud than Talbott and Collin were, for the reison that they had no control ort r him, and could not by any legal power compel bim. either to is sue or not lo is.ue thee false and fraudu lent certificates; but he did issue ihem, and they and their confederate joined bim ! in th spoils, but ihey wer. overtaken in ! their corruption, and most of thee lands j recovered back. This fraud looks big, and t ahould have served as a warning to Gov. W illard. In fact he informs us that it did, an VüDi 10 for could h I like a I'ttle blood, onlv served . . ..vj the bears mad, and more bio d thimty For remember that thee Swarnp Land in all, amojLted lo over twrlve hundred and ! tit.. . . .1. . 1 - ; . . . luiy-iTio iuuunu cre. inia iraud of i alholt aud Gollma included iai.0X)aer. .. siui icavi jgovereievr n nun.ired thou-and acres to b accounted for; besides mist of these, UMIO acre were recovered hack to the Sislc. May I nk once more. Where i ' these land. or their proceeds? J ,i j muuificent donation, .mbrai-mg r ihm m.llion and a quarter acres of tl.. fi ei '"ds in Indi,a. th- proceed alter drain ,nT tD surveying to remain a sacred fund for the education of our children In the ahort space of ten year, with Democratic Governor al the helm of State, to w ,rh over and guard our inter, at., they have let them pa, from us, by fraud and c rrup- lion Who have twen guilty of thee oul- cocoty.ia rnn-rpince of his fraudulent pr.cnc. as such foo;ini.ioaer. Shortly afur Oov. W.ilard was inaugur.td as vour Govrnor, he appo.r.ud th.s man Mirk.l aa Swamp Land Comiuisione r again io Jasper county. Tbe Swamn Lard Committee in their report in speaking of thi aipointroeot say: "From the evi detee in possession -f your committee, they csrnot but expr their surprise thst Oov, Willard should have appointed Ja cab Mirkel to the rrapontUe arTice of Swamp LanJCm:nisaioner of Jasper Co. Sono after tha expiratijti of his tsrm of ofTic as Treaaurrrof tail county. n .tnh- e-- ...... .,,,,..,1., ib.t aa.id if trkrl bad .r. I k... . ; mat saia iirari iibj ueen .ce.i on ai o.'n cisl bond as a defsnlier l the Samp Lard Fand, io I Hii. which .aid .uit b had t on. jr-jil by -'"J tas w,tl, security for th sum f 21.4V) 3J. thu af kcowl-Jgiog bis defalcation, and the r,.n .f ivni. iK.,..k i... greater part ol those to.ri, trough due, wer. still outstanding and unpaid; aod Botwilhstaniirff it wat know to his Lx- Celleucy that aid Mirkel teen at fi I in i to.h O rfi t hli flflffll li,r. I II iliLilin.t il .1 kr.iitn in t n ..M... I w w - w--- - " HvimpUod TrasUrer. fr a further da Ulcatioa or fit Vi l1 tb Swamp Land Fund, as crlifil by tha Au liir of Stat, sni thst io l!S7 jidg oent wa, obtaired (.fa.t.t hiai. aaaiber auaapo. hi. offl cisl band a oanty Treasurer, to the ameutt of $1 ,OX f r 5ial reveoae, aod I tbat wil then, ttil Hüllt pen Ir ifftttst) a a jar . it..it .' ! Wim upoa hi official bond for defatcaüoa of cejrty rerenne, ttd hsd i d at tht dat of his appointtsat aa saijfvmmia sior.er, aad sull bss not etile 1 with the Aüditrasd Treasurer f S ate er Couaty Crouisioctrt, for either State, Swirapj Land or County Ksyeour, and rtwtth taodirtg il was knowa lo hi. lixcel'ency, that by tertioa (0 ttd art.;! j f tLe CoaaUtutiQ of the Ütate of ladiaaa, sail Kirkel was wholly inRgibi to any a&ceof trust or profit;" aad that by aa act of iht Legislator., approved. Harsh 1, Ji, (tea atu ltii, p.. fi) h was gv.l (Ittial L HSUed UO blink Pirtr.lt. bv .11 . . . ,-. t 1 wu.uwmu. i un n imn na.o W,,.H "" - I hichths Stale could be swindled N ' '. ' ' ' 7r? .... 1 1 eert itiate l..r .1 1I-I1 in r .a.iw.l l. ' . . JerthatCoI. Hendricks was willing ,Z" . , . 7 wrl -- ou don't allude to any one in tbta Can stake hi, all on it. tnd decline the race l9::" " V(Tr ' HcatoaaorTna Ca-rai -Thn Mi.sout. er,.,.lonil, I)-trifJ. Mr. r.rllo,.? do vou? i . . m . . tuuiiti , w iliiiii iuni tune, itl, 1. 1 rl I . .. Governor if another fraud equal to it I 1 . Democrat has a ootice of a Doujla. demon- v.. : .... be found where a Democratic officer I Isdiamapoi.is, Oct. J, l"oi , ..i, i, ihi i.... . ..... . . ad anything to do with it. But 1 .hink ' r "loofnington. psy to Jaeob Mir- ! ' 1 3 "mt . here, i au-pected ol piay.tig--ruaka ba will 1 able to abow t..o ihat thi. fr.... i i kcl. or order, fourteen thousand five bund . nrt were carried iu tha proci-asion, basr-1 i:,... lju. .. .in I)aupl.. n-,noerat of ft tuny, tili, with a full kunwledge . these disqualifications and di.ah.lilie, 1 of . Mli.L it . . ..!.- be (Mlrkrl) w appointed and laTe.ted by 1; in Kicellrnty with Ihn doiic cf ih im portai. I and rrptiiWe oflic. for the t H-rlormiC I wlMCU It I not tnjunr.1 to , mr ive any binda." Ti ta i Hi iw.tt, cuirt ( a . . . ...... . i all ur wm crin, thai (. illaru ' 'Jjiii'o hwmn I.m.J Coiuiuiiot.vr i Lrt u tta'iiine for a ir.cmeiii hia etf ue , for o iloine. lie . lie .y: ' Io.ji.j Mr. Mir I Ioji.J .ir. Mir , aa " m .aa . . kei coruiiiif irciu tue natu! ol l i KpilIi- ran auperviaora ta debt 1101.3-6 77. He ! a ia. . U.a pau ait to Hi rtta e yi,UJJ rj Waa it a wi.e appoii.ttnent, by hieb ; $75,000 waa ared to the county of Ja- ' per." Did Mirktd com to (ov. Willard; Iron, tl.a band, of Republican aui ervi i aora 7 I Ihiuk nut, ralnot nd Col!ia had i no control over bim It waa Oov. Wril.t wbo had appointed him and who waa hi. upervhur. Would it not. therefor, hav ben to r.tber belter tat f.r tbiv. Willard to have .aid, count:,? to him fro n a Dem ocratic a jpervi.or ? Hatto the point. Ia n..t that a rather remarkable excue of ..v Willard' fo appointing Mirkel. That bcau.e a man i a defaulter to the StaU, f..r m -re than $101 IM)0 thai ou inut appoint him to otTice, lo k'ire him an opporturity to .win. lie the Siata out of enough rur to pay the debt ... " I for which he ia a defaulter It it clnr il Mirkel vn not abl to pay. before ihe ap- - ptinlment, thai if lie become a.la ID a fe moi.tha afterward., at a aalarv of $J p per day, to pay the State aa the (.rnor aaya ome $7i.lt00; ha mu.l have a indled the State to that amotiut. In my iqdjment a Go'frnoria ln-xecunhle for appointing a public defaulter to office un-ler an y cir-' cimatance. After thu man M-rkel'a ap pomtineni aa uch l?oniiiiii.ner tir Gov. W ill.rd. Irl ui ee bow he coitHucte I bira lf, at d in what mantier 'Le waft)p Ltnda Wrre .li.pooed nf uuder Gov. WiU.rJ. a l- niini.'ra'ioii Thia Swamp Land Fraud Report, in i ealir.if nf Mr. Mirkel, aay a: Un ler thi. law. ( pme I March 5, 1H57) the Saamp'L.nd Coniniiioer of Jajer j county continued all thi old contracts at . J0 crot per cubic yard, which hai ben originally let it from Vi i Id Cent per 1 cubic y rd . and the contrantor. wer r I milted to file li.ta of laud. t mr amount 1 they desired, and the arauut.U of their re pective contracts wer .welled up to cov- i out paying any n;oey into the county ' treasury. ty t rivate arraccementa. with Jacob iltrkel, thethen treaurtr of J ap'r 1 county, obtained from him Certificate of i Purchase, aud hpuh Iheae obtained the : irrealer part of their ptteots for thea Ian 1 ; 1 wonder il Uol. tiendricka ever real tin purl of the Swamp Land Fund Rvpoit? Kcr it doea M-em to sue, that here i a Demo crat. Mr. IMirke!, wh.e friud. eaceed Tl bott, Collin and Company, by 51, (Cd acre of land. Will - remeinber hi prom isouia leto the people of Monroe. And how i it possible that Gov. Willard should aver have aiened tha nuents. that conveyed away all ttiesa land, obtsined bv fraud as thy were. Was he deceived by this man Mirkel? If so, why dl I be i iot plead with hia iiemoctatic represents - tives.in 1?5'J, a he did wnh the R-publi- can Senator in lfco7, and urge them to join with the Republican., and burat up all these frauds, an 1 regain thee land. Ia it because he was oppose I to ihe bill an 1 leu couteni wiir Kirkel acts? Let U a turn to another count and are bow fortunate du Willard l.a V... ;.. l.;. selection of Swamn hunt lnnmi..i(inar This same report atvs. (see Ho'ie Jouru- als IS5D, page 1041 ) "Your oinmitlee find that in Lake county. frauJs of the grossest kind hav beu committed by th preseut Ssamp hmJ Luiituis.iotir, b. K. CLU Js.iu connexion "im ine i reaaurer . II .1 .t en and Dr. Stanton; lhal said Stanton, by j . l . i, :.i. ...d T , r too ur jivi" . un w.iv. . i . .uiii kh m pre- j tended check or dralt, ha. obtained certi- mittee at Cre.aon , and denou nee it a "a ficatea for all unsold Swamp Laud iu the deliberate as.assination of the Dom icratic county. punting lo about 15.00(1 'acres; cpfrJ wllich w-uld -excito uoi v.-r.al ur that after tne pretended letti ng, the con . ,. tract! being all bid off by Slanton, each ; l''1 nJ "dignatioi. if the msnner in lime si four Cent per cubic yard, was af- which thst body is constituted, and the terward confirmed to bim at about forty material of which it ia composed were not , cents per cubic yard, that Slanton has . . , . , , ,, deeded the undiv.ded half of theae lands j fu,,T "PPisted by the people of 1 enn- , to aaid Child, that Child, isaued to him sylvania." The Pre declare, that tb ditching certific.tes for $10,000 on the iih Committee richly deserves the contempt of of May Iat. and soon afterward other of .j, rU., ..TLnr actio,,. ' ,t ditching certilicale lo the amount nf b- : ... ' tween J6.000 and $7.000 by whirl, tha pre- l t aw n ii 1 1 It r r a t , rn ft . I s ti.ai i f .w. I aa i k ih !va.-.wea J aw a uvpvntM S I I S I TT I t ... ... ,.t... . ... I urouiu - irU u,., an.t irrr iiiiie ditching is yet done. DiJ Gov. .Willard Un tun tha ri'.nli I It a I e.n.v.,l . w . . also sign the patent that conveyed away at a aa . . the Ian nds.wilhout a knowledge of these If so, why did he noi unite his w.th our and aid us io bursting frauds? etTorta ihsui up. It would certainly hare been to the interest of the State. Here are copies of two of these pretended ' .1 .u . .1 :. : i . . ,i . j chicks w un t heir indorsement! that were executed to this man Mirkel. for which Swamp Land were obtained , and which be afterwards paid off. by issuing Swamp I.inil fmrt . fi i . t .1 . 1 I. i. rw I. .. K .1... ditChing UCm WEH do.ie. " I kdi an aroLia, Oct. 1st, 1&Ö7. whatever struggles lie may make sill only jj e nope our irieons win not juugo Rankof Rloomingu.n pay J tcob Mirkel. 'saiat the person holding bim in keeping ! to hBr.bly of tb aeeiuing ummer.aulta or order, tire thousand four hundred and hi, head above the water A rood twin.- 1 i,flf' T'ü ' ad",k' l,;n,"er.u ,f ,,11,,:?:n" ixy four W-lOt) dollar. . C surprised and grieved the.r Polviab M. Ka!T can keep a man above water for an ; friend by going over and ui ited with tb Geo. W. Sruma "bour- I f aiezed anywhere ele, the prob- j nti Ucmpton Douglas worshippers. We M(j Ii.,.. ' ii. .i. . 1 11 1 . i .1 , are satiilied they ara only doing 0 fron . U. l.uiwiiT. ability ia that be will clutch the swimmer. . t. 1- J . , 1 ' notions of policy ; o we aay jui wait uu .(i.fooESE.) j t0 perhan. a is often ll.ecsse.both will ! ,1 .r,-r n.. n.(1i,.r Kn.,n n.l nu t...a ' I liia aaa L it nof Li lit ttsi.l m iMAKa. 1 1 ti 11 it's tit at s... w f a. ! .... a. ...... .... f f.w r . . . ; red and f .rty-two 7 100 dollars i Phixeas M. Kejit. I (esdob-ed.) . This check is not lo l paid in money .' Uihii oan nary ll, 1 "jj, out at anv il January 1st, IjOJ, but at any time in ! eertifirate, fur ditching i.Jrd 1t the K i;,,'"'rr sramp Lands, in Japer . county , within that time " p., , ot the.e che.-k h w fraud upon ilir .rw f.s v.:,,., tr, , . i lifU't.l ever ha I money deposited in the "Hank of RI .omin-Ton" There i. ,n . . ' . . - n -w ve v.rli Ilirk, hut il m " Itloominxrion lUuk neither did they ever have sny in IHootj. ing:oi) Hank, and al no tim would their check have been honored, which they . ki ew. Thev were Gotten un f..r . fr.n.l . They were gotten up f0r a fraud J ulent rurp.e, by these partie. combi - ; mn? with th.s Swamp Land Commuaioo- Pr. to cl.eV. the S ate out of the, Und-, I venture the as.erlion, y.u can't find a ; Sa.mp Land ditch ma Je in the ounty H,w ,, it p ,.s,ble that .11 the. thing, can I t. done? Hi a little remarkabla that : theae Democraiic fovernn. who hav wtchd over the ir.tere.l nl the people of a aa . inaiaca ew an l wiiue aworo duly it was to see the 1a faithlwl v executed. could have .ufTered Ihe psople t. ba so wcfully swindle i Usve th. people no ; remedy? Th queaiion may be asked, j why ba, not the Legi.l.tur. done aame- I thin-in th.s mstter , ferreting out these, - - a a jwe ... a . I fraudt an-I exposing U with them? I answer persons connected rca je th. Demo- i cratic parly i pp-..- el 1 bEvinglheio a a . a ir.iij-nmii, inj njni. in iai l2lsia . m . i . v . . ture, aclaslly pretentelit ow fur lh truth of my r.msra . I appeal to the record, Djringlhe l.at Lgilafir the j iot Repub- j lican Committee on S-amp Linda Mr. Hiailtonof Ikwnf.tnd Mr. Uffene cf Lp ! 0 as chairmen, ferreted out the.e frauda I .1 ' ., i . ,. ' , f as they er able, in th time allot j t 1 to them, io which report tkey expo.ed j every person thy could find connected with Ibem, without d.stiacuoo of party, I .a4 are. m l).. rail f TJl ,i .. I i i . . .i.. i . . i ! iim auivup i at wj i ct aa v w i . I mu Jik i'J Collins. Th. a report will b found in lb Hn. Journal 1Vo9, Co nmeaciog on page , 1037. Senate bill No. 13 in rrertnc to the Sa op Lsndt. when it cam to tbe House, was refers w the Ktp.Wicao Co re rail tee on Seamn Lands. Thi iromitle, atier Uioro-Jgbly esam- icing the subject, fpjr ed back th bill a- . reeommendio,; ihm atnkinr out all of atd bill afier the enaciiog clause and iiseuibg a snbsluut. which they Lad prepared fully regulating aad controlling tb. Swarap Lands, which will be. found ia lloua Joarnal 153. comueacirg oo pigt b3. and among o hers, maerved a provuijo to burat up the wh d o. lh. frauds, aod re gsia to the S.at all these laads which had beo obtsined from her by fraud atid 'vniptioo. See. 4i of lh bill preside, "Tb. County Comoiisaiooera cf each cuo ty ar. harby .alborited aad empowered ia ttstir diacratioa to btia ..a, or cam. till to ttj Lro iff ht in the naue of th S'i! ; Indiana, upon thir relation iQiii.il ny ' . Ifer, ptrtom r per$o$, retprrmt ia r com piny, ftr the rrcortrf tf an f linJ$ tr naacya tifhtfuUy btloa$ag I tht Stamp L& 'aJ frr Ike $tttim mtuie iiy frmJulrml title Ka-Sirim l,4nJ,arhr iht caforcnnl f . y rmalrtrl fit Ik dttchimj mJ rtiiy ' tuck Und " Now 1. 1 u ec how U.e Di tavicrata acted wl.vo pot t j the t I. ai.J e t.ettier they were in I.vor of bavimr ail tbre iriuJu ! m ... . Ju- ' A lent cnttu4tctt of Sa auat Lacd. iut.i gale I anJ .el aiJe, .tij l.e peron con ! i.ected ilhtbeni export d, and the ll 1 1 re.ii a I to the S;at. Mr. 1 urpie, th jreut Democratic can.li , dato for Licu t-oat.t (ovi-rnor. and ho v ; . th leider of hi putt plltr in thf HoUe, niov.il ! to fy iL liii an.l rp-.rt on the Uli ; the i y and ayi Uiujj dotiutidtsl, the vo!e .od 4G for laying ti the table and 4 I ; aint it.ercrv IVnicwrat thxt wath' t i't ' tfn Hmto, butlr. Row, Vote! with the 11. to lay the bill on the table, and every Re- j publican vo'ed a'aint it but Mr.Clrove, (ee Houho Journal, j a-e Mr. Col- ; Crov thru moved to rccoiiidrr tl.e v. t.-on , layin- the j riKrt on the Lble Mr. 1W ; -r a Democrat, tu n move.l to lay tbat ttiotio.t oil the table. The aus and na''; tx-iiiij dt-rua"ded- the rote !:. I 4? in favor i of layini Mr. ColroTv'a r.io'.ion on the ta- ! Me. ana 41 tjainal it.every ii. moeral ttn-n J in tb Houe voting with tb I? -ice pt Mr. Row. and eyry Republican but one. votM wilh the 41, (vt Hott Jo irn.il, pe w- 3.) S.i it will be M-eu ihat that it ra fctrict- ly a party vote, the Renutdicana all. with on.- -xrt lion, in fivor of bursting tip the i wti le ol tue rtwatnn iJt'id Iritd ar. 1 cx- I ii n every tly con!sl witb them, while every Dem. erat b-it one opposed it, thereby aayfti'lothe world tr.at they wore iiniHm1 to the rifMKtiri! t.f tbt-o frati.l and the men who were connected w.th them. The people will j id-e who were itrir friend in thia matter, an.lup.ri what par ty the remMlultty of .hi at iniquit y retn Rut this I tiot all. Some davaf - . ....I. - i ,1 . . ,: liTWrl. w lii'ii the l'iflioii !t -am ram.- un oti the h-rne bill substantially ollerrd by Mr. (Jrithn, a Republican Irom Like r.unty, atnen ttn. nt to Sen.ve bill Nv 13. (mi- Houc Journal lOG'.b 70.) 1 h qua:i.v, leiti ou c-Micurrino; in the reprt, the ave i atxl noebt in dctuanded, every Republi- , can then in the House. toet!ar with four; Democrat, oted aye, w huh w.i to u(ain , in the bill, and every other Demnctal tht n j in the Uo lie tint ntn, left their Mat a and ' broke a quorum, thereby aaiu drfoatinjj the ' ! nH. Another vot bein? taken th ru tr. ro ; ! j'1 enmih Democrat who remaiised j their eats, although aome refused to Vo, I t make ouoruia, a:id the report wa . adopted. Rul at no time wen there enough Uemoorats wt.o were wtiiin'io Ttite witli the Republican to pa.a the bid. Af:-ra!l thee acts no man wLo is a friend to justice and riht, and who ii oppo-.d to lhv Swamp Land frauds, aud ihr p-ron who Committed them, will longer Uphold the act of the Democratic party, in thn de- featlnir the will of the people, but w ill burl ' them from power. It won't do fur the lov ' ernor an 1 hi allies, after tbc outrag- upon the rights af the lei.pl. to hold the I Republican responsible f r ativ of thee ' ira io, wiirn thev wem wining ana ant ; u ' lmiiid tneirau.is ol 1 aiioil ana t Collin a well asthefiaiU of all Demo- ' era'H who acte 1 and conspired u ilh ihrin, ! ' give back to the Sute a!l that h 1 U-en ! lhus taken from the people by fraud. It won i uo.or me uem.criic party to -ay mey ' oppOM-d the bill lecauc it woaid take away the lan.U U lotiv'i dl' to innocent rurchaM r. ! The law protect th.io. and the i rovit-ion of the bill do not apply te tin ri, but to franduUnt tttl($. -s- ; Foexet oxtui; PmiaiLvasia Fiion. Forney'a Pie. in its is.ue of Stlurdav , i... u. . .l.-i.i..l i ih. .,. i i ' u" i "-e democratic Mate venirai vom "J."" dishonest, but foolish. artii tbair naltv t rantt atn il r isr t at t a ovrr- 1 W J ' f' - . . . . ... i j throw tha ora'tira ion ol tne I'ecocratic . tnJ u ilfa, rowerfrofU lhc prople , t J' ' j 10 U,B il for unworthy purpose-, are a. impotent and ridiculous as they are unj-ist aod icfamoua." - . Saw Rairns Gair It may not be gentr - n . .i ti . t i . t erally known, say th Houatoa Tel'graph, , 3 .. . j " nru r""" " urowmng. - taken by the arm from behind, b, t ween the elbow acd shoulder, he cannot touch , me ,rn .uempunK 10 .t u.m. an.. ing the following devi&es; rhen be split "Old Abe cut hi tow so, thallaatraV.be can't run fast enough to keep ail of the little? Giant!" j "for President. A . S. Dugas. For Vic Pre-idan. II. V. Johnsing. Ü Rirfht f "D.iugla io?er, i,ve Meet y it. " De.! !i lo isms " "nigi.m for Lmcojr Tnn Inrtrlii C'omliic. -ri i . i t . The Indianapolis Journal aya: The t linn in of our Ut (Vntrl lm rollte has just received a letter from Hon. Thorn- . . . . ,, . i t"r'n ltiaK tli.t " "U certa i oly ' on J-h, at the drea; Republi- ! pub a r j . blican rally, and moreover w(I tump portion r-f the State, if he has H e tim ! and health. This i gv;d t.ea a. Now let ; A ery fillirjf title in rror. resp-ct iban ' oce. w. admit. j .NIluriUUlt,rr ,bfc. a. . ' . ,,,luy tTX ID' XUt VT " I J ' I t . . a , animal, aiwaya riy at tre aaj 1 that (..At it ! i - I tj" There ar row but two r ational tickets in tb field. Dourla and Johnson ad Ball and Everett -J.ra i ' t rrewiey national. I jg.as w, reolved i i into aominatioa by a part of the dele-aUa I ct. .-.. t T . i y t fram fifta Sutcs, wbi.e Ueracbel V. waa j blWfl ooto tickrl l7 W ashicjtoo j city bra band. j A' a.tional ticket liUrally-io a horn. 1 I n i Ti t . Death er Msa Holt. Mrs. Holt, tbe ' i w'e c Postmaster General, died J in Washington City a few dayetcce i IUr rrfcain, haTe troughl to K'eo- ! 9 f"r lttermr.t. Th deceased is a daughter of F.x G.v. WickhfT, of RarJs ! lowo Tbk pi)lITICat DaiA.ia.-O. a tlt 1 jester adstrt.tiog a Negrj Opera Troupe now rerfcTTiing down Katt, ia a bt cut of a dor key' bead. Sota. wag (Republican, ao doubt,) recently wrote beneath tht cut, ao on of lh bill., "Thi ia lie rock oo which the Democratic party aplii." -aaa- tT Th. lauded property of Russia, no. bility is mortgaged to the amount of $3G 000.0. Of tht aruouot th Rauk of Moa cow has $li4.CK)U,000 loanad ou CC esta tes, and fie Rank af St. Petersburg $IUG, WO.OOOoa 9,441 suis. F r th Kifia. TUR rixiao.t Ell. Tber ctrn a tJc front a prl.oa cell Murfjl,.J J, an J loa, Pvurinc oanl from Iti lrit wIU, Mftlt Urolfn, lonf aro; . . i'raia. o'er lh prjj ti ari ot ma. O'.r lt. rrhlo not. ..4 It. oa4. nf .Ulf-. Lite the L.tteie l atrtlna of a brokvo lit. or . liou bi of U.. r.e, Uana, .till aa4 !. r'l it x of a Leart, all weary aaa "tnj oi iiii-imiiioimu, rcinr to tnt la tk rraeei !art fiM w Uen Ii t -(ter4 ill. had Md, t ame ihei uo thooat of the glorioc. .ty. of tb criiu.oa tteda and ta .anaet . a .aaiiaa.--.. of the lli f.ee .i;e m la the f.refJUalt, Ab4 r,.M. -m mn4 ..tber ttl l!rr' ' 1 iJH f f.ro3 lom. A m m'rj of tha p t T An.! wl.V iti k.tUweJ toru. Vire bilgM kwn flra t f..t t r a mother ho (und feeart aijatly pra)eJ, r.,f lbr w, t,,ul .ereoaber bu(m tat J t Ak!w(.,!,iv farfrJI3 It prU.uvi' aU. A-o,f , p.M ,ouJ 4rm CAW r. vl 'I J "wt ol !. brnkl tiri.h4 iaia. Tti.l ue4 ihj te.i to .i.rt; but a oiethm- bribed at firil wir.. t) er a l etrt: Tlli a t: of nn.fort.. ru.t - orrn .reurd a yiue( heart caat, Ibat hJ boar.J Lini 4iwn ia lelterrJ tahd. kbl out Irotu Jo a ii J lUe tern. I fc.ad. hnfltiol lliA4 of the jvja wntli W)4, bfre uul.l.t eaerlly l.), Wl.cie KreeJ wo lalle tL tut i olt h, lnitbrt)t etratful n.jl Ah, rt( It rj.Sri upon lt ni tad , I.Ike 1 1, e t hi! !!. I. i of th ailrU.f w ltd , L,kr u "l"r ad. of roa.t.ia .ud. I r tl4 atraaw.. li..e,a f ftt. art rewlJ. j Ti0 ,Wr,t ,or I... a ..... j w ,B Blh h i.K ... llhou ruut hot lincer la mntr e bok, ; ' ' " y ul inro px h're Thai tu or,i.,v i lore dara .ileal day. ara.aot In IO mdiaat r.). Iretthed forth ftmn Oe i. lie'el', V"' an irni...n n heft h-d a I'a.uf rell. M A M.IK. M ( in, In , u. , MW. -- -.- . t Oil III V (iinVXlfci. I'l candid!e forth various county .lfl-lftl ,,rr.wCtn .f party will ro j ' ,. i d.lr. their fellow citie.ol Vig meet and O CUUIl , iy, t the fojlowmi; tin,, a and placea, lo wit : Prairieton Twwnahip. at Prairielou, m Saturday, A tig. 'J.'ith, at 1 p.m. N vm To w nahip, al Hrooka' Mills, ou Weliu-sdsy, Aug. Uii, at 1 p.tu Fat eile To w riahip, at New (lo.heb, on Saturday , Sr pi . 1 t, at I p.m. Fajett Town. hip, t New Market, on i ... , , ... . , ! , eoreuay, arpi. j.ji, st i p. iu. , uurr i.reea inwnanip, at AT.tnony Creal ann Strday, Sept. Kb, at 1 p. Dl. j, ,Bl Cfrek Toan.h.p, at the Townabi,. ' ' 1 ; uo'ise.oo Vt edne.day. Sept lih.atl p in. Sugsr Creek Township, al th Town i. ,.., une.,urii... Si-m XLih at 1 - ni, loney Creek Township, at tba Town- P U I ,jp oiiae, on Wedneaday, Sept. lilib al j fu ' lisMi RiriELieai RatlT ar IsPiaaarv Ua At the lueelii g wf the Wide Awake club on Saturday evening last, the follow ing gentlemen were appointed ward Com initteea to ascertain the name of all wbo intend to go over to th. grand State rally ou the 'J l'.h, and report si the nest meet iu': ll Ward Jü. O. Jone, John R. Hager anJ L. A . Smith. J I Ward M.Durbaai. John H Rarr. 3rd Ward Geo. Naylor, Jonathan Gil. man 4Ji Ward J; hit Haney.U.M Hariioii. 5ib Ward W A.Thooi... A. R. Miller. Jeetl s addition Messrs Morrill and Marxen . The T. 11. Jt R. R. R. will issue ticket f , .Ul ie round trip at greatly reduced rale tlicient number ia guaranteed ta g. m i ii I. tiuiiirimj u'oriuie mil aiiioiai ...J. . . J-.: .1 .. . .... ; who intend logo should leave their name. i . ; wirb the committeetren id their W ard a oon as possible, in order uui arrange j nient may ba perfected with the railroad ; companr. J , . , i couldn't be cau-tt that easily. Tbey ar .,.... e ii a i i . v 17 The Eipresa iirrfs that thero are five brothrra in Lost Creek, Ac Jural. Tb Exires never m$$erted any auch thing. The Expres, published a Commoi Cstioa from an boi.et mechanic of thi. city stating what had been said by a yowhg We .flerward exprea.e.l the irrumrtinn thmhi? founj nun,Uicf ' ore of the five, was as likely to b lasted ' . i . in regst d to the disposition of hi a o wo farn ' ily a was the Journal s man of straw. As .con a we can see Ihe author of the C 'lumumcatioo wa w ill e if the Journal' "fifiv dollar." ain't like th. much vaunted . c nol w itb.tand.nir the nro.neeta c f a 1 , lh rro-pect. c f . ! ?t,ru, w l,c U m " nl- i We have not iiu to night for tnort than ; a mere mention of the fact that Mr. Harrt- i son i. on of th most eloquat, farcibla . ana argumentative spealters we b.v. vt ?d fortune lo hear, and CErmot fail to have c -nvircel ih. judgm.nt of evr DouU.,t. sk were .offered by the ?. . .. 7 I a a j leaaeraoi mat party to mar mm. ! Tur Ilvscay Su al. ax Fed. It will ba I good nw to htir.drrds of our readert who intend to vi.it th. coioing State Fair at Indianap.lis, that Mr. Judson of the Batet Hout haa purchased iheexcltsiv right to. furnish provisions on the ground t for tha lLouaands who will be present. The name of Ju Jon itself it agaarantea for the msoner in which tht feeding will be dine, but we may add, that regalar toeal will be furniihed equal to th. beat hotel ruealaat regular hotel prices. Every one who haa visited lh Bates Hoaae and a bo vi.itiog Indianapolis haa Lot? kaow. that Mr. .To Jon, assisted by bit my pop ular aide d:arop. Captain Ilartwell. aod Lieut. JuJioo, hit ion, ii pretminenlj qualified to "keep hotel." aa Will Srtur it. The telegraph newa of yeUday brief, as th. important iafor miiioti that Senator Douglas, of 111., bat signified his intention of taking the slump in favor of the Little Giant, and atickiog to it uclil lb. day of the election. W think he r.d to. U may maaage t osak. a dicker that will aecor. bim tb fraction of a volt.