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RfEPTOMCAN BY IIOSMER & KERR. LANSING, MICHIGAN. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1859. VOL. 5, NO. 23. WHOLE NO. 236. OFFICIAL STATE OIRfflOM,NEW GOODS! STATE OFFICERS. urJVV.VIS'rtl. ' tDJIC'l AK"IEI. Lientenaot (.overnor. , NfcLsONO lrlX.W'trjf stAt. ryA. IH'Hi'aiX.lVi.mr , PiMFXL CMK A:a.t.l- KM ' lpi?y JOHN Jlc H IX Y. Treaanrer. c4Tc-.t 1-- i jJmK H TKtUfcLL,l--puly JUSTICES OF SUPREME COURT. GDOB RTt Chlf Ju-tica, ISA; . tiHI-sHANCV, A o-a-U Joitiea. JAULSV -'MI'CtI.L. - " BANW-rHMANNLNt;, JUDGES OF THE CIRCUIT COURTS. t.. r.. in AKO II. C. wxsoV. 24 ' 81 1 1(4 1 eia ' v-."U-I.n H.OOS Bj . a iiin.KEii- litNl.lU X'K f.KAVi A. TURNER & CO., Are dow receiviog Their Fall Stock! Fmm tha IUitfj-4 foar.nt THE SEWING MACHINE. Got mar Thr' Ona 1 if Ova it or I DuM It g i I'm a sioffla Tail mo abou . I Which A A you jatt 1 an 1 ahet ssueh 41 yon lay 7, 'raddier Sy. Knew bat arean, iog mctuna. 7tn th 1Mb' J..-UII .fKNWl LOCI ! 1-oVfc.l.L. IUV'lLSj I.II-1LFJOHN. ter W ", lU.VIfc.L".oOlWl.V WIi.I.aRI. Ji Ainu-haw. JonN'R. KF.IXOnG, OK KO wmtK lit DM. B-NJ L BiXTEK 1 )ia Jt t;li 7. Ha J. MIM Joiln-on, Li:vi nino; Po-aLU UrlV'YKE, : i kKl u.:wx, mxKir ft'uiiixii, 1.1 Kf. II. P.tKxOVS, UUVtil L. Sl'At'LWSU, RKU f IX Cmtetrnty. JtMM A. WiLKHt. ) T-usUet rf AinUm I p Lfc V. j aJ e2u,J REV. B M FAY, Kr.u pl Allium for lraf, Iuiuiol Biial runt. PRICES ARE LOWER Thau ever before ! JtCRIMI.WIP. ir.OBCi:Y, HEXR1T M'VT.Ol"E I LL'Tll'K H T-ti-K, 1 ZH.i lo HUt. f DAMrXL. PrtATr, I Aajlum fw iLa Iaaaa KaumMJw Trusts tuane Aiyltti Liaten, my boy, anl hear all ib mt It I d t ka bt I ahi:4 Co it nut it. 1't oan4 it no for do a than ', Aal iik it ao a a;! I el it ' My lar " 'T a tha e th n tnt m a aaq, Tbia wonderful f ly m D machine. It'a n-na of y ur n?uUr Whn'tf b:oa( H'iih rM ihH baa aai ct.nn mBga. It'a aork u d bj her an bna lia-l of hta, And ! ! a tbuaai 1 'Biard it w, And taa a way ou & t atar Of wmbag anl b aiJji :U owa back hair. Miiia to not -aa nf thoa a'-npl l affa'ra Toal taad io ewroar wnh wbat au'a a&4 ehairl, Anl maka that rima' tadacby noiaa, Wriicn Ail tha cotnf rt of mrw.uf daa'ruja ; No ligii eonirivaa'a f lumbar aol ataal, ti.it ooa with a nutal ar a; in tba haal. M b i ua of tv Lin 1 to !ovo, Aod wAr a aha I ari'l a fi ki4 glora , Haa tua ma na.t yv at a daioty fuu, A l apo-ta the chaiuuuK'at (r.nar buot ; And a bcnet with latlirr aul nbbOD and lonaA, And any u:e3n.te naxber of hoo . Nona of jour patent maehinaa fir ma, I'nWa Iain Xaturc'a lb pientr ! I 'ika the art tbat ran laugh and ta'k. And laLa niy arm for an ruo D) walk ; Tliai ill d wbataver tba owurr may choova, Willi the aiih '. j" '''' tuin i1 t-.a acrew. 0.e tbat ean 6n a, ant p witly Cut, Aud mtke A uU ui.g aa well aa m atiirt ; Oue tuat ran n tuout il'Ooi A auteh, Aoi play tl - hnu-c t', lady, witch , Urady ! ft v h ad ca. Or d i up )oa- collaia and ih ng e nice Wbat d you th nk or tsy cuchinef A n't it tlin b"t tbat arr i-Arnt ;Ti a'' cluiu.y ma b-n ca. to;, bat &ttit aud U c bear tbat, any bey- W.th a tu n fur g i , nad bu-aa tit adalra, Wbi .-h In ule, 7011 know, tba aa ng of M-a Tut, tut A n't Uik. I tea it al Y'.u Lcep w nkioj h&rd at tha will- I kn alia' your flleny fun) I n;a mean, Yuu would like, jr u wf, a ain machine Well, -tt u, ihe;i ! tua aama c- gn ; Tueic ileiily left wbt-a 1 K t mbe. JAMM TC HCLHCK UaOKot ri'KN'FJt, 1 KT B MltN'K, V i W LEt, J HRM'A Ol iMCitltllV, CHA A Tit iMTBrtlJiiE, li&MGEW I.KK, ClltP.I.E-TRIi'f. W ILI-r.K l tTO, OJ.UU.tl llWi.V, WM. L SEATW. Amntof thaSUta FriB. J. IdifcNt TtVSEY, Stat' Librarian. B a'f r (mtrt4 II-mm tJ IXrrecium Riitroad OvmmUjianm STOCK LARGER Than ever before ! N-; co m r all the IVe ST:ite. Mr. V Uut Y' U art' t qaainted in outiitru (t.i. ll Not very much. 11. u n ty do e &sureJ our itisoii- ; kidrjappicg those who came to the coast 10 1- tlut! wo t il t wi-h t j harm them, and ! lawful tradi and maraud-n? Wars to tm Lit tlioy iou!d In; bet at liberty. I extr-' cure flare s. In this waj, th Frenchman ct. .1 tn U'-t juJjnjeur, not telicrlrir the : c"t arxut two hundred "omicratits," most thaij m. where c!?o ii, 1J I did iit-t think it was ruy duty or ' all they had Then commenced a system of i oner bending orer the deceased fur 'he fpac of a couple of minutes. 1 then mi turn take CharroD and throw htm luio the river. Sensation The prisoner then came towards where I was standing, aid he knew me as he came up. Prisuner then paid ''IIato yi'U seen me doing wbat I have dune!" I replied. I aw it to well, unfortunately fur you." I'risoner said If ytu crer say a word about it, I will dv as u.uch for ) ou." Mr. V Wer- yu t the Convent eoj U- wcuM w ai.ton'y wicrifice their c wn ; i-f whom were put in irons. Amongst those last June ? B I was; I want you to unierstr.i,J. gcLtlemen, that I re.-j ect the rights o! th poorest and weakest of the colored peoj ! oppressed by the slave y stem, jj-t as much aa I do those of the mst wealthy and pow erful ; tbat is the idea that has moved me, and that alone. We expected no reward le.ii w ( :t.zr! tlnn. .i tipun tieu we ollcrea to let : kidnapped auu tbus c-'ficr.ed. was a warrior condition of tein allowed 'of refutation, named livmo. sold bv a jeal- t.i i-!iri?:;e our poiiion aUiuta quarter of a tuile, the prisjiit.-rs agreed by a vote among theinnfivfs to paf ncr the bridge with We wanted them olIv as a .ort of cus brother. He determit.ed to deliver him self. An cp portunity Sion occurred. The French cook hav.ng stabbed one of the emi grants, Dumo was released bv hi friends. u iruiitoe fcr our iwn natcty, that we should the French crew were massacred, except the ikI bo fired into. We took them in the Doctor, who had been kind to the vmi- T1IE rK OV PLASIKil l ?llt II IMAM. The New York Tribune ba a letter from We expected the satisfaction of endeavor-: Cr.t rLte. na hostai-f s, to keep them from Ltants " and the cat tain and French Gov- G Smith, of Ionia coui.tv. Mu h . civil ir a ing to do for them in distress the gicatiy , doing aay harm We did kill me when erment oflScer.who were on shore at the time j detail of the effect of placer upon , me vt oppressed as we would bo done by. j defending our-elves, tut I saw no otic fire, iof the massacre. The emigrants then took j the sandy land in that faction, which c:m fhe cry of distress, and of the distress ( e. pt ilirectlv in self-defence. Orders i possession of the ship, and retained it for a ! not be profitably cultivated cxeeptbv thu use ed. ia my reason, and the only one that ini-1 were strict n.,t jo harm any one not in j few days. '1 hey readily gave it up, however J of plaster and cluver pelled me. ; arms against u j on the'appearanec of Kx IVcm lent Roberts "But," ho says. if it is kept to clover a Mr. V Did you expect a general rising ( Drown, suppose you had any negroes j of Liberia, in the British nnil steamer Kth-, suitable portion of the time, and platrto of the slaves in ca,e of your success? in the free States, what wotiM you do with iopo. But a!! the "emigrants 'escaped saf - the amount of even hO lis h.t acre, it will B No sir, nor did I wi.h it ; I expee- ( them ? ly on shore, and returned to tli. ir h'mes , increase in productiveness- The ruteipri- ted to gather strength from time to time ( Brown, in a loud tone and with empba-J Immediately after this had vcurod. sun- sing, intelligent farmer asks for no U tter then I could set them free. 95 set them free, sr. ' dry native chiefs, whose friend had been ; land than tie openings and plains of Micbi- Mr. Did you expect t bold pose- i our intention was to carry them off and ! kidt apped, sent to inquire f the l'resident , gau ; but the lary, old fashioned farmer aion ncr uutii tnen : tree them : B Well ! Probably I had quite a dif- Brown Not at all. fcrent idea ; I do n t know that I ought to Bystanders To set them free would sa reveal my plans ; I am here a prisoner, and I criCco the life of every man in this com- and wounded, beouuc I fio'isMy uliowfu mumtv amo poor. LITH-K It TRA .ai N W CLRK rUMCEt. P. MV.Suiit. ?l Mir aFalUHhlp Canal niA!tLK- ft .KY, I rm't S ata Ariculto:at Soeloty. R. f. JoHN.njVS, serty d.i do AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. L. R FI'K. P'e dnt p-n trmporf, Prof, of Chmitry. CALVl TKl Y. Piof. ot Mubemvica T f. ABlVfT. P.. f ..f Li g!i-.h Lite-atura. LRVrl.AN'O BBr!, lunru- tr n e'le'l Eniinorlo R. '. Jo T XE. li neral "Mirin"ndrnt o the Farm. EAGLE HOTEL, DY J. M. SHEARER, LANSING, MICHIGAN. 3tag- for .M. J.i.ns, J tcka, lvtiNt and Marshall, leava ...i .- lr LANSING HOUSE, Lansing. - - - Michigan. n. 1HDS(), lHOPRIETOR. WM UOUCK. CLERK. 8tagea leave thii Lou"- d.iily for Jackson, St. Joint?, Detroit, :il inUTtuedUte places. Lanoinc. April I. KVJ. lv WE MIIALL, SELI, TIIEH FOR PAY! IJVLKV STABLE. JVC T. D ANIBZjS 1170CLD IXFOKM TUE CITIZENS OF T f Lansinsr, that he has oponed a new Livery Stable, with a full atoek of Ceet, well broke Dorset, comfortable Hugies, Double Carriages lad Sleigh, ami by close attention to business hopes to merit a fair share ol public patronage, Lansing, November CO, 1S5S. All kinds of Produce TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS. Lansing, Oct. 1st, 1859. NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS ! ! ! PINCKNEY & EAMSDELL, LAW E I: ir, Lanaing, Mioh, OJlct, SeconJ Door Xorth of tht Pott OJJice. . wh. b. riCKrr. t. j. kamsdell. J. V. LO.IGVEAR, LAW ASI CIIANTERT BUSINESS, Lansing, Mich. Coramissioner for the State ot New York. sTi;riii: .noitKiioisE, Faahh aabe IVxi ar t -h k-r Bun and boee eon ataut y ua htad.nr ml" ti n-d-r oa shoit notice, and at rr-a ona tle . All a.tk wairan:ed. Sbrpaea-lj opp at'e H i e, 'a llaukiu Olhce, Wahingtoa ATfnue, L.io.-. M eh 21'4 IMKM)1S & WILLI, Attorneys am! Counsellors at Law and Solicitors in Cnancerv, Laming, Michigan. Office in Cowle's lilol-k. eto. i. raasoa. o. c. wilit. N. B. 1. C. Wiley will defend criminal eases as heretofore. 223 I. L. Ia A TKUnAi, PECK & MERRIFIELD, CCCKSSORS TO OfSceathis'isiJeneeon Grand4tret,exactly MtoftUe Capitol. Lanaing. June 40. 1856. JOn THOMAS fc CO., Are now opening, at the Old Stand, ou Washington Avenue, Laming-, A LARGE AND ENTIRELY FRESH STOCK OF Fall and Winter Goods, Comprising a complete assortment of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTniXG, BOOTS AND SHOES, CROCKERY, Ao., Ac. Secured with care, and laid in at low rates, which they offer for sale at aa reasonable prices as Goods of the like quality, can be bought at any establishment along the line of the Amboy, Lmn$Mj ami Traterte Bay Railroad. J !. BttOW.VS) CATACIsOI. ! Senator Mason How do you justify j your acts? ? I Brown 1 think, my friend, you are ! guilty of a great wroug against God and I humanity. I say that without wishing to J be ofTet &ive. It wouid be perfectly right for any oue to interfere with you sj far a. to free those you willfully aud wickedly hold in bonds. I do not say this insult ingly. Mr. Mison I understand that. Brown I think I did right, and that others will do right who interfere with you at any time and at all times I hold that the golden rule. Do unto others as you would that others shjuld do unto you, ap plies to ail who would help others to gain their liberty. Lieutenant Stuart But you don't be lieve in the Bible Brown Ceitainly I d. Mr. Masou Did you consider this a military organizition on this paper ? show ing a copy of the so-called constitution and ordinances 1 have mt yet read it. B. I did in borne measure I wish you would give that paper your close attention. Mr. M. ou consider vourself the Com mander-in-chief of this provisional military force ? B I was chosen agreeably to the or dinance of a cert tin document. Command er in-chief of that force Mr. M What wages did you offer ? B None. Lieut. Stuart The wages of sin is death. Jj I would not have made such a re mark to you if you had been a prisoner, and wounded, in my bands. Mr. allandinghatu here did your men come from ; did some of them come from Ohio? B Some of them. Mr. V From the Western Reserve of course, none came from Southern Ohio ? myselt to bo so. lou overrate your strength, when you riippote that I could have been taken if I had uot allowed it I was too tardy afer eouiuencit.g the open attack, in delaying my movements through Monday night, and up to the time I was at tacked by tbo (JoverLincnt troops. It was all occasioned by my desire to spare the feelings of my prisoners, aud their fan. ilies, and ot the community. Mr. V Lid you not hhoot a negro on the bridge, or did not somo of your party ? B I know nothing of the thootii g of the negro Haywood Mr. V What time did yuu commence your organization over in Canada ? B It occurred about teu years ago If I remember iiht, it was, 1 think, in 1819 Mr. B Who was the Secretary B That I would uot tell if 1 recollec ted, but I do not remember I thitk the officers were elected iu M iy, 1S5S. I may answer incorrectly, but not intentiouully My head ia a little confustd by weut.ds. and memory 'of dates and such like, is somewhat confused. Dr. Biggs Were you in the party at Mr. Kennedy's house ? B I was at the head of that party. I occupied the house to mature my plans. I would state here that I have not been in babimore to purchase percussion eaj Dr. Biggs What wan th Brown I do not think so. Bystarder I know that. I think you are fanatical. Brown I think that you are fanatical ' Whom the Gods would destroy, they first make mad " Was your only object to free the negroes? Brown Absolutely, our only bject. Bystander But you went and took Col Washington's silver and watch. Brown Oh. yes; we intended freely to hav r i :i :e t -.i : . l .i. . l i oi ijiot'ria it tie nuiuorizru ii.r m-iijic iiuu sale of their friends. If not. they w-re de termined to attack, enslave, and avll those who bad fold their relatives Thus ictr-r-minable tribal wars are excited by this self same uefariou system. In the name of hu manity and religion who will encourage it ? Southern Churchman. X E COOTS Of (AlMli H. CLAY. soon s'arves out. 1 his fact is being exem plified all around u continually. Plaster is more valuable, at the fame price j-er pouud, to the owners of sandy land, than the t-eat concentrated manures, for there ia no one of them the effects of which would bo ho great at the rata of 100 lbs. cr acre. An intelligent farmer of this county baa said that farmers bereciuaot afford to draw barn-yard manure if furnished them with out cost. This may be put down as an ex treme opinion, but 1 have sometimes thought it nearlv correct. His idea was. To 'h Editor of th Eoton Journal : Notwithstanding he strong enmities which i he slavery question ever engenders in the South, 0. M. Clay's social qualities have I that plaster would iucrcase the productive- made him a!ways a favorite with the mag- ms of the soil to as great extent as the ma fianiii o'is portion of the daveholders. On nure. at much less eit cusj. 1 bate never lave appropriated the property of t-lave- j ttt. Kentucky river, at the base of oue th.se ! seeu as crcat an increase of hav from a 1 1 ho'dfis to carry out our nbj.-ct. It whs fr j i,mm lodges of perjx-ndicular limestone, I dressing of manure, as from a dretVn g .f that, and only that. We had no design to which gives ttmt btnaui the most 6ublimej 100 lbs. of plaster jh.t aCio. eniii'h ourselves with any plunder what- j aijd pieLurt-q ie scenery, where Fayette "There are various epir.inus ss totlo ever. I eoJtit joins Madison, (Mr. Clay's native ! best tiiuo fr sowing plart. r; but for my Bystander Did you know Sherrod in county) 11 ws oik of th-old. st and purest part, I think it can hardly bo m.wh at a Kansas I 1 und-rt(td you killed him. .t reams of water in ail the land wrong time; though I have s.-eti the bct B I k lied ii" man. ex vpt iti fair tight Hero for many yejrp.nti.s of gentleman j results when it has beeu S'wn in .Vay. . , ! ,,., ! . 1 from bjth cunties h ive been in the habit 1 Most farmers are ai.xious to c-1 frtxh ill'H la u 114- I UK L.AI litll.'. I. .., I t i - i I of meeting m ibe timet nk.ii! and unre-! ground plaster, or at lea. -t that wnunu ts Much, very much remains to bo done : rved uiaunc, and ba.-ting upon what is j never been Wit; but for my um? tLe dlv r it for the Atneans in America, by masters. : called a " bur:iul" n kind of eamp mkiii I is the tn-tter, and I w u!d liko u have it uiialresses, ministers, and religious teachers li.ad1 of all c!a-ss. bofore they are brought into the light and blessedness of the Gospel of j !-a vution. 1 be contrast ot the masses, in physical and mental comforts, with their darkened, heathen condition, when first in troduced from Africa into ibis country ia grtat And imperfect in the extreme, a we 1 fj-h, turnins. rol net ier, Ac as much rclis.lxd iu the W.st in chowder in New Kt glai d wi'h interludes of eigars, old Bourton and anecdotes. On tueh oc casions all couie uninvited high and low, rich and por aud a joibfi.Mtioii ensues. A few years since ou one these occasions, the Yiee-PreMd-n? (J.-hnC. Bieckinridge.) the Dud'evs, Hruees, Iluntirs and other j good felloes being pre.v.-nt. It was proposed iu lo in bathing, and for maiiv hundroi ail know the vi'' of thcr Christianity to L t,uiiil r of j &ueh statistics as the following cannot but be meu at Kennedy's ? j regarded as exceedingly interesting. Of I! I decline toauswer that question. j ibo bur millions of Alncaus iu the United I vards the river was splashing with goodaud Dr. B VV ho lanced that woman's rack; j States, iibout2Vt? hutvlicil thousand are j bad swimmers, paying ou each other all on the hill ? leonnteted w ith various branches of the i s-ir.-ts .f tricks. At hiigtli in the mid.-t of li I did I have sometimes practiced Chrstiau church. A number have become surgery when I thought it a matter of hu j i electa hie miuisters of the gosp-i ; some mauity or necessity, when there was no one j editors, physicans, teachers; aud ninethous- else to do it ; but 1 have not studied fcur- j and :tier becoming civilized aud Christiau gcry. Dr. B. (to the rcrsons around) It was done very well, scientifically These men have been very clever to their neighbors, I have been told, and w had no occasion iz d, have returned to carry the blessings of civilized goverment and Ctir'mtauity to their fuiheilaud For such blessings, cluuirated all the fun came the terrible cry "a man is drowning!' This was Mr. Willis of Madi eon county, whose family had been the most j the stubble with it. saturated with the drainug of a barn yai-l. Among beveral bitldsot plaster wloeh I once purchased at louia, was one That bad n it only been wet, but bad lain in the wa ter. I thought on first iii ibi it that it would not pay for the trouble sowing, but on fuither thought I concluded to try it. I SWed it on wheat, iu May ; the giound bat. ing beell previously m edi d :o eher. It did not seem toincica-e the growth ot the wheat much, though it give it a datk eoh.r and caused it to ripen later. But when tbo wheat was removed, thetff ct ou the clover became apparent, for it grew at a Wond. rful rate, Boon covering up thestutble, blossom ing out. and finally falling duwu carrying bitter enemies of C. M. Clay. The fouror live meu who were nearest him fled to the shore iu great terror, and immediately from twenty or more persons rtse tue cry, Llay by the wonder working counsel of God Clay Clay ! Mr. Clay was about fifty or 'There are ttill a good many farmers to be found wh aay tbey cm not nff.rd to sow plaster; but such, if their land be sandy, generally discover, after a few years trial, that they cannot afford to keep their farms. There is also occasionally one who says that plaster acts as an unnatural stimulant, and will spoil land. Such nonsense is hardly worth notice, except to repudiate it. Na- of doing this justifiable? "1 have some-1 swam, keeping the face of the nearly io-itureor I'rovidenco could not lure stored J times thought," quoth an Episcopal minis- J sensible mau under water, towards the tup for the inhabitants of this eruotry a from a past dark and mysterious providence. to suspect them, except that we could not I we wonder and adore, liut if so much g-od understand their movements. They were j has resulted from the introduction of Affi- represented as eight or nine persons, on ' caus into this country, w re not the means r riday. B There were more. Thirteen questions were now put in by j ter, " might it not be well to biiptize the ; shore almost every noay iu tnc room, as ioiiows . siavc iruue, nim renew i: : ne was sixty yards above, but immediately swam dowu the swift stream to where Willis had aank never to rise again of his own effort. and seizing him by the hair at arm's length. B Oh, yes; I believe oue came from! Where did you get arms ? B I bought them. Iu what State ? That bo would not tell How many cuds ? B Two hundred Sharp rifles and two ow, what d'jes such a sentiment in volve A loundling was placed at my door; I nourished it, aud the child became a good Christiau man. Therefore I will steal all the children I can, aid educate them. called to on ail sides to raise Wiilis' bead above water; but knowing that the life of both depended upon keeping the drowning man from seizing bold of the swimmer, he proccded calmly without au- irreatcr blessing than they will find, and are fiuding. in the gypsum beds of Grand lip ids and vicinity "I have spoken ef the effects of plaster just-us tbey appear to those unacq-iaiuted with its chemical nature. To such, that swer till he placed his charge safely on laud; j 100 lbs. of etoue-dust, scattered over an My neighbor Ins a number of children, f then turning to his officious advisers who j ucre of ground, should double and treble its below otcunenvule, down not lar irom hundred revolvers, what is called the iuas- but does not know bow to take care ot them. I had fled from the danger which tbey left to productiveness, is truly mysterious ; yet it Wheeling. j sachusetts arms Companies' revolvers, a I will therefore hill him and take bis chil- j others, he sail "next time, if you want is certainly true." Mr. V Hava you been ia Ohio this j little under the Navy size. idreu I may make them good Christians ' his head raised above water, mii; if your- - ummer 1 Why d d you not take that swivel you There is a neighboring province wretch ! frfr The universal call for Clay iu this JO,,3, w "TK ttKPtnucAli. 1 B Yes, air Mr. V How late ? B I passed through to Pittsburgh on my way here in June. Mr. V Wero you at any County or State Fairs there ? B I was not there since June. Mr. V Were you ever iu Dayton ? B Yes I must have been. Mr. Y This summer ? B No ; a year or two since. Mr. V Have you lived long in Ohio ? t r. ' .11 i ten iu tne nouse : B I had no occasion for it. It was given to me a year or two ago. In Kansas? B No. I had nothing given to me in Kansas. By whom, and in what State ? B I decline to answer that. It is not j properly a swivel it is a very large rifle ' on a pivot. The ball is larger than a mus i ket ball. It is intended for a slug. Brown here made a statement intended edly governed. Therefore, I will collect an i emergency showed the great and unqucs army. War upon and desolate us towns, kill off its old men aud women, and reduce the younger meu and children to bondage, to I t. .i I 'i.: " 1 u.aa.0 mem civinseu vurisuaus. of soul ; and the end proved that it was not misD'aced. W ill's and family became Such, u really the thallow pretext upon j thenceforth Mr. Ci ty's friends which Sordid men and simple Christians are . ... ........ .. . ..... ,, ,. . , ,r , MlKOli.11 UlLLi till. actually allowing themselves to taltc about projects for reviving the African slave trade. A man named Beaureg ird. of St. Hya That we have indicated the only way in ! cinthe, C. K , has Iwii lat'.Iy tried at Mon which the African slave trade ever has trtal fjr the murder of a farmer of th mame James Ilednatb. one of the meat deU-r tioned euufi ienee which all who know him mined aud ultra Abolitiooits in the whole place in his quiet counge.and maguanimity j country, thus emphatically and indignantly denies that John lirown was a Kepublican: As to John Brown political opinions, it is Gero t. lriatroiiir. Attorney and Councilor t Lt, L lining, Michigan. Office one -I Mr anqth of the post office. PEASh; & FULLER, SUCCSSSOKSTO J. B. BLOSS, Jobbetaof, nd Retail Dealersin, all kinds of PAPER STATIONERY, Pi per Elan?in?8, OOHXO PATER ANDPatNTERS'rCRNISHINO GOODS, 1" JefTeraon Avenue, Detroit, Mich. U. ELDER, ARCHITECT & DRAUGHTSMAH, LASSIXO, MICBIOAX, Willfurnish PLtus, Specincationsand Estimates a the best style of workmanship, and designs rvl C.hurc,!S b'ourt Uouses, Hotels, Private pollings, ad will contract to furnuh ma ienala aaJ build Anything io the line of Building, superintend the simeoa reasonable terms. give rae a call. LanAiug. Umiara 1st. 1857. VO HORATIO FKATT, A fS'7 cJ Co'"1jllor t baw and Solicitor in Chancery, Willlamston. Ingham Co., Mich. T II E T E E T CI . "2 "SDR. J. S WOOD, late of Al- Htv. - -Bo-. N T . a a -w radv tn atiend t3 aav I I "fall in V. pr"fif a. Dr. W ha had an jpa'-ea m re o,.n tfut-fi, vaaraia 1 entatrr vnarf- m-l-mta Ca:taiee "8 VlactL-tf.r'e A'o.t39 acra in parrel- wwm po.rbae , hat m le we-tcf tha err. Office acd a biock bf.y-ws, cormr iif Sermonr and Smirl B I went there in 1S03; I lived in I for the rerorters, as follows: Summit county, which was then Trumbull ! If yoa do cot want to converse any more, county ; my native place is York State. j I will remark to these reporting gentlemen This Stock baa been selected with reference to the wants ot both THE CUT AND COUNTRY TRADE, And will be sold at a small advance upou coat and transportation, for E3 jl 2zj 3HE Or Approved Credit. MniURDIXC HOUSE. R. J AllES R. CMLDS would rearrtfutly invito all peraons wiahir.jr Board, b? the iJTPWk-u give him a eall, at the OBIO "UCaE, oa Washtenaw Street, opposite the Uouse Sq-ure. Tine Rooms and Good ara can be obtained on reasonable terms. Unting, June 18, 1W9. 2ie Mr. V. Do you recollect a man in Ohio, named Brown, a noted counterfeiter? B I do ; knew him from a boy ; bis father was Henry Brown, of IiLshor Scot ish descent; the family were very low. Mr Y Have you ever been in Portage county ? B I was there in Juno last. Mr. V When in Cleveland, did yen attend the Fugitive Have Law Convention ? B No ; I was there about the time of the setting of the Court to try the Oberlio res cuers ; I spoke there publicly on that sub ject ; 1 spoke on tne r ugitive slave Law. that 1 claim to be here in carrying cut a measure I believe to be perfectly justifiable, and not to act a part at all incendiary or ruffianly ; but on the contrary, to aid those suflcring under a great wrong. I wish to say, furthermore, tbat now all yon people ot the South had better prepare yourselves asserted that be was a member f the lb, publican party. It is false ; be despised the Kepublican party. Of course be was opposed to the extension of tdavery and in favor, also, of organized political action a- i iminst it: but when the KcouMicans cried been, is, or ever can be carried on, wo will of Charon, of the same place. Joseph j uati John pi row a said forward, march ! illustrate by a few examples: j L'i'ignan. the principal wituess. gave the j je ua,j ijui, aympatby with Garrison or Dr. Barth, who has recently spent two following particulars of the murder : ( Seward. The inevitable owning triumph of years in Central Africa, between Bornu and Ou the 2nd of April last, I resided in SL j tne Kepublican party, 1 ba Timbuctu and the Desert and Sacatoo, has ! Haycinthe. About )0 o'clock at night I ( ,n rjt- f1r gating was the written five large and interesting volumes u the condition of the country. According to h in, the King of Bornu kept a large ar my expressly to attack weaker neighbors, aud destroy or reduce them to bondage. He accompanied one of these expeditions ; for a settlement of this question It must j aLd the butchery and starvation of the por ! home with me and you will be all right at come up for settlement sooner than you slaves, after being captured, were en ugh ! my house. I also beard the prisoner ask ve tbe best au- e most powerful w.'tit to Leflamme's tavern. In the tavern j reaon for ti,e j,recipate movement. The I saw nine rersons including the prisoner I saw tbe prisoner holding the deceased by the left arm ; and wanting to bring the de ceased to bis house to pass tbe night with him. 1 beard tne prisoner saying " come are prepared for it ; and the sooner you commence that preparation, the better for you. Yoa may dispose of me very easy I am nearly disposed of now but this question, I mean the end of it, is cot yet and my own rescue, of course ; so far as I j These wounds were inflicted upon me had any reference at all, 1 was disposed to j both tbe sabre cuts on my bead and body, to make one's blood run cold. Ho speaks ' the deceased for some money saying be wan- of passing a beautiful town, called Kano ted a loan of some to p.y bis license ; the between Bcruu and Timbuctu which at that ! dceased did not reply. I then beard the time manufactured some SS'J.O'JO worth of prisoner say he would have the money eith Cvtton cloths. The next year.ou revisiting ! er by forieor friendship. At the time the the place, the t.wu bad disappeared, and ' prisouer turned towards the deceased and its inhabitants Lc-jn bta.tered or carried into ' asked him if ho weald ray for a treat justify the Obcrlin people for rescuing a (and the bayonet stabs in different fars ct Slavery. Thus the heart cf Aj'rira its The deeeased then pulled out a quarter d-d slave, because I have myself forcibly taken j my body aome minutes after I bad ceased ; a.o?t fl.urisning poiti n is dt sola ted. to ! lar and flung i: ou the counter, and Liflimme slaves irom bondage ; l was concerned in fighting, and consented to surrender, tor 'aking eleven slaves from Missouri last win- j the benefit of others, and cot for my own ter ; 1 think I spoke in C'evcland before i benefit. old man distrusted tbe Republican leaders; he said that there would te a backward movement to the anti slavery enterprise. His reason was tbat tbe mass a ot the peo ple bad confidence in tese leaders, and would believe that by their action tbey would untimately peacefully abolish slave ry. Tbat the people would be deceived; the Republicans would become as conservative to alavery as tbe Democrats themselves, Le sincerely may I add, and with reason believed? Apathy to the welfare of tbe slave would follow; hence it was ueocasary to strike a blow at once. You know the result. WASTED TO IllUt:. supply victims to the foreign slavt trade hmded 4 giass of liquor which were drank j A ja(j- having a pleasant home, oo in Auuiuer case: Year before last, tbe : by tbd. ceased, the prisoner, a man named can,brances but a husband and one chil l. rreLcU sfitp Kegma Ltt i ap-ared ctr Libe UnvaUer ana my sen. j t0 r,lawJ herself at the di'txswl ( a . ft- .1 . . .1 I J tue sa'Jie time ing prisoner aoweu j errant who can me a siuu era ter ; ana saia trjat was tne ankle with which he could Serve out anv cme well recommended I from ber last place. She would prefer ; t whn vunid be willin? V re an in thin d-s rs .e. I then left by the yard dr. a- d ; at kart fiTC miooU.B after tb work istn wcutintbe direction tf the br.de, and . j.be(J ghe Wua d , K.pubte for the XLtu ao.a. au ac.e irom LiQi.i.rae i, 1 1 . ..f ..;. r rhn.h Kr- if .. . . ... I the Convention ; do not know that I had t Several persens present denied this state- i ria t) obtain African emigrants for the The01dCimomersoftheO!dr1rm:arees.anyconversalion whh any of tho Obcrlin meot. J Mauiitiusor French West India Colonits rially invited to CALL, EXAMINE AND BUY. : re9Cucrs ; was sick part of the time in j I believe the Major here, pointing to i Tne Liberian authorities to!d the captain i Ohio; had the ague ; was part of the time I Stewart, would net have been a:ive but for that there was no such thirg as ob ati.it.g in Ashtabula county. ! me. I might bave killed him just as easy free emigrants from the African Ccat. To the Citizens of Lamr'ng, and Farmers in the Mr. Y Did you see anything of Joshua as I could kill a mosquito, when be came t t'bere is a large class of African called vicinity, generally, we pledge ou -selves to sell at j R Giddings there : aa low rates, and on as favorable terms, as can be I B I did meet him obtained anywhere, and solicit a share of their Mr. V Did you consult w patronage. B If 1 did I would no! Lanainar. Sentember 26. 1859. course, anything that would biddings, but 1 certainly saw tim and naa j i do not believe tae -Major ccr any one e;s? pie en carte are more strongly attacned to vpposue 'jiraru s nouac no deceased leii &f i,dit?a in ireneial to comrdtr with tl m a conversation with him. - j wanted to butcher us alter we had surren-. their homes than the ca:ive Atncan. ro down, and the prisoner raised him op ratacr prt5;nt demaL(f, 0f tyxuia, but ebe bop. Mr. Y About that rescue case ? i dered. i strccg is this attachment, tbat, according to roughly. Tne deceased could not stand on j etrict Attention to please in all rerptct. B Yes, I did bear him express his; An ofheer present here stated tbat spe ! the pepclar belief, their spirits return his feet. Prisoner thca took the bridge to' best of references can bo given ; aln. opinion on it very freely and frankly. j cific orders had been given to th Marines 1 home when they die elsewhere. go towards his bouse. I then, unobserved, L recommend from one who has new Mr. V Justifying it ? j not to shoot anybody, but when they were ' 1'be Freosbman, b .wever, proceeded to got op to De3aulles' mill and leaned aginht j jtl jjer j-ate 0f n.jrij housekeepers. B Yes, sir ; I do cot compromise in ' fired upon by Brown' men, and one if get bis emigraoti. G .iug to Cape M-jant, ; it. Wien they reached the second pier I i pjease ai,plv before 6 a. u. saying that I them bad been killed and another wounded, where tae slave trad? had long been earned . saw toe prisoner raise his haoi over Char Mr. Y Who were your advisers in this I they were obliged to return the compli on, be applied to the chiefs for emigrants' , rou, and heard the latter cry out immediate movement: fmenL Brown insisted, witn some warmth. In? chiefs kuew nor cared n::uiog aout i iy v u t ki.i me, uoa t tui me in, but I supposed be came only to receive j faoomtn, along the coatt. who wort on ttien sa the prisoner gomg with ChArrou ac gaaday, having beeu compelled to re i our surrender. There bad been loud aLd ; board or ships lor a year, or more, b -it ! iu th drcction of his b-uae which is over taf the lat aorjhcunr wb ws not wi.'i 9 ithhtm? long calls of surrender from us as lend i ways expect to return hoo-e after they have . the hr dge. I fallowed U-hind at the dis- j auo1w ter DUl uaif .)ay wnce a rortmgM. i Uil yoa, of as men could yell, but, m tbe coafuion asd m ney enough to settle comfortably. But uuce of a brat utry Ivct. ihe prisoner wa rr. .f;-f-t.irw if undrr ia m implicate Mr. excitement. I suppose we were net beard they icill not emigrate. Icdeed.no tco- holding the dccea.-d und.r the left arm ! n-rl r.1 &eisr:oua of th u tfi i..Ahi . J. BOWDISH HULL, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. 03c over O. S. Hunt & Co ' Store, Resideree, the second house north of Presbyte- Lansing, July li, 1859. tian Church. 220 DICK afc DARDI.1, HBaLSSS ct GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, FLOUH, GRAIN, Ac, Ac , Waahinftoo Avaowt, (npposita Ba ley's Bankiag Boose,) Octoter 2StA, 1SS9. lytXS B I have numerou? sympathisers throughout the entire North. Mr. Y In Northern Ohio? that the Marines fired fi-s:. ! emigrants. "Ba: they had a few slaves, ; After th s I left my position at the raill an 1 An Officer Wbj did yoa not surrender ' h ch they at once solJ, for $25 each j went to Girard's house against which I lean betbrt the attack ? They seut wjrd to their naihbors to bring ( ed myslf. From tbia place I saw the pria- Good ShiwiTi-no The pigoon shooting oa Tuesday last betweeu tbe sportsman cf this citv and Marsaali resulted as follows: Battle "Creek 83 out of 100, Marshall 91 io. of 100. J3arr Cmk Jefunnian.