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WEXX8 8P20ER, PROPRIETOR.
0 U I I I
TIC* TIPTON 4DVKMTiSfflL
Ptbliabcd i«7 Saturday Morning, la
1
TiptOBi Cedar Co., Iowa.
gfllOVS OFflCfcfsTcol NTING ROOM
4* raa1 a«ii» WITH rutuwHi syi».i *4«
1EEM8.
fco»V 1 T«ar, paid in advance, $1 50
y0, paid within »ix months, 2 00
^«lo. paid at end of tha year, 2 6 ».
I^il^ral deletions iaad« t» clubs of fire or
Ml to oae address.
RATES Of ADVERTISING.
cotun* 1 jmf,
do. 6 months,
do. 3 months,
Half coliunn 1 year,
do. ftmonih»|
fo. 3 months
Quarter caiman 1 yeafjp*
do. month*,
4a. 3 months,
*o0 00
30 0
20 00
30 00
20 00
15 00
IS ft©
12 00
s t»
LEGAL SO TICMMi
mm I insertion,
Each additional insert**, par squars, oO
1 senare 3 months, 4 00
1 i). 6 months, 6 00
1 do. 5
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do. 3 n.with a, 5 U0
6 months, 8
I ynt, 12 "1
1 pna«»i* It line* Br«vi»r.,^PJ
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T:rTo:: ai 7jktiser
OFFICE
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t!*»in. ^'1. '!ih»jc1 1 R"^1 aid suffi'-ient
le^'iin o: "ina'Pi i.il, tfi. Prihli?h. i nowpre
to do nearly «»ery de*cription of
S X* TDT
tfiWMEii Jii'rifrtH.'IHtfi!!
Ik n fstintjctory manner and can foftUft *f
•kirt notice,
L»eedi o a 4 »,
OF 1 I .1*1* A K
of «*ery knd executed wi'.h iieatnew and de*
INtrli.
WT-
WELI.S SPItKW,
Attorney at Ij a vr
And
Maliciior iu Cliuucery,
iu
I-, „r lt»l
W(
gMIMyl *.u*.nm
0)0
W*TI
JKO. L. F1A*.
(r"K*M:'-v '-f PKI rni, ra
Attorary and Counsellor at
'I Ut4l' MUli, ikW".
W. pu' oiu.iu »i .• i w! u bbcan, la
u-1 iu* vij
0Kr|.:f
WHl «f J.-«»rv
a .1** wiu \t* Ot««i!i«j
II. C. PIATT,
AVTOXKKT A*l. l^cc L1.1'* AT T*tW*
UTILL. r. rr!i»»e and il Keal E.itite.
f\ I^ind Warrants, attend to the 1'ivmei.t of
"J|*e», lnve»tig*Uoii ot titU*,conveyancing, Ac.
])'4tUMiu aiwnti'f.i KiT"" tuoolir*5u,*i*. AU
iuyui-' wl to bi- ctre, will Uc Attead«rt
to with P' noap'new A'ul Fidelity.
•Olfice if. the Court H»aso wltlyllie K*»
airaer. Tipton, Iowa.
I, H, TDATta. CAaSfcADftt*.
IHAYElt »c CARVKADDE::
Iflciwiu qs»? t'oMiwuors f)1 JLJ}W,
Guieral Lamd A%tnts,
jtfuteatitie, Iowa.
Ofhte over Burnett't Book-Store,
S cood Stm-t. 1 li
RO^T. M. LOStt*
lf«TlCF tu riu: i'BACi:»ud?f-.asjrfub.
lie. Tipton, Iowa.
jost Pii i.ix iiseir.
OTAKV Pah'.ic, Ilochester. Iowa. Office
in the Po«t OSes. rial-iy
K
JOK V HIBEK,
IT
TTon: t.y A N O N E I O A
LKVT Mtfti-e Ili r«nl«nce near Tiptoa
Comity, Iowa.
fladai
JA.HKS W. BAWLI.V.
ATTOAKKY AT I.AW,
«nd Justics of the Peaco,
TipHd, Iowa,
gg^ Office with the County i lee ia ths
Court House. [2S]
AARON GILBERT,
DEH.EK tS DRUGS 4- MEl'lCIVES,
Dye Mtuita. Painta, Oil*, t.ila^•i, (.iro-jeriea,
1ck Toy*, llaruwarc aad il ani) Notinas
Tipton, Iowa.
1
WO.
JAME
...
Hoss,
M. D.
•lecUc PhyricUn ftiid
VYdton, Muscat."' fnwa.
Will practice, on the El« ctic System, at W8
«n and vieinity.
,-, Tinjrrii,
fHTRIOUX AND S I I. i" O N.
Will prat'tice Iu Tipl.tn and wmi'v
tefoality row, Huutb of th
OAee, $»
(,'ouil "1
J. SMITH,
rrvsK'itN AND wrnoiroy.
T)ff ce Lt •-.* Iiwa HOife, Rocliestor, Cedar
Cimty, w. _____
iiii. *. i«K£*»
PHT61CIAN
ASlj K"
i^OV, Rocbsstsr
I 'artar e. wntc, I "w*.
DUA» IHAW 1SJI.
Iff »,-ier Gro
I I e e A i u a u i e
r,» Mv, i »•». at
'W.
1 ii p*tit'oi.' 'tial arrvicee In the peo
pte i plu« and virnuly Spcclal att»nlioo
w«»n to rn*«* ef Ifiig «ti«nding. OlTtc® at the
n£i» Sture of !r. A* HAII.
Rarrt avKric.—l"h« fi culty of JefferMn
••erfirnl college rhiladelphia Starling Medi
eal co Here crlambue Ohio Pennsylvania Uos
pital Pb .adetphia Dr. Hull'^ Wheeling.
aw 9 iviw a M.
PH\SICIAN AND SURGEON.
Jtliatiierrforemake
WIah to to this place my future lioiaa
I leader in? aerviee* to th'* ritizfai
Twwn und viciuiiy. ia all the bran 'lie* of
lh« (.fe»gh»n. I will pr«-1|. e Pf-tt'.r Mirgrry,
fljApplying Ietirtrncl** aw! Remedying Defectt.
Office near tha Tetcpeian.e Hotet.
Tipton. Jau. 1, 1W58. I.ly-
awiwiwwa^a^
EOWARDS It CARROLL,
ArchiteoUand Superintendent
OFFICE. No. 10, Ko» Mh slfirr. lV'-t tliri.f
Baildto/x 1! ly *t. I»av''ipoTt, Iowa. 2itf.
PETLll P. N.HITII^
Boot AJKRIA ANU ULAMX Boos Mam rAcrrass,
fu** Avtnn*, oppoeit* Po*t Offlce, MuicUine,
Of ataira third story. Printing, Itulins? and Hind
In* of every teacription executed to rdrrinthe
lMai «tyl«, ou abort notice, aud on roaaos:.'
tertoa.
?fr~ Blank Books cpaaUntljr oa hand. Old
e®ek« rcboaiid
•WW Beokbfater's Meek fer^ie. HH.
EM PEItA^C E O IT s K.
PATTKRSOI FLEMimfl.
TITTU.V, IOWA.
A K O U S E
BY R. S. TUCKER,
Cotter of l)aba 2 aui Jrfi'crsoa streets.
v
i'Jiiii. CV'V. })iA.lX+
s S A N I E
ATTUAATY A CouNsr.Ltoa AT LAW.
PiiOM
attention pai! to Collections. Will
al«o atterl to the paviuent of taxes
anl th« sale ot real tsUU. Al»«, A-ml for
(lie ASHI.'.OTU.\ UMON IVSI KANC* DO,, «F
Cleveland, Ohio and the livWAM Iksi avNca
Co. of Datenport. Insurance etfec'eil on !h«
atock or liiutuai sy.tom,
orrtcf IN THE COURT Htnu OVU TIM
t5. ctEBK'a omcE.
1 K a uursK,
P. L. Proprietor.
Corner ui Uuiuut and Sccoitti Streets.
Ml5CATi.SK UJVA.
of tH« Jifmri **rf n *n4 OAl
»o*» im Liu^f. 1 M.afuin fre«
oLa»g».
Hood Statlmg,
0.maitn«MHi rtig to fttt4 froiu -Li* bi^NU tbi Wu»ltu«
ohirgft.
OG1U1E IlOLSr.
Conur of IVu. 'i Sire.-! a^ i Iowa jhnve.,t»f
oppntift l'ie Rn:'„-i •!. D'Vvt. MntrgiHt.
i. Oft a f. I.OW. Proprietor.
I't'-apviEToK, li i* recently tLi»
ab«ve popular il• it., au i r«?tur:n».': it in
*J« g4 a »«t»n'!n! u.4un€- *».' prt-p4f*0 *UT«a»
4ftr* in th ir etii!fc **(kf«oVW^ iu *v«ry &Aruc«y«t.
TUt uulj Ur,'
We«i« rn Uta^e Com patty,
lt, h» U ti*1# Hoa«*) ptuy. ,^u»i *44*4 a
ir» -u mfo V 11- n»*Mtf«oca* of ike
pr 10 furi.l ,b
(iatioti to 1 wbu muf ir* it tt i t«rmt *if
BillELEY HOUSE.
TIFTOS, IOWA.
IV* ffOTft *. }ffw :iOr*R W«» ju rp««W V i
tl»« »««wp f.f
ry|U
Om tha U IH56 irge
rnniHii 'Ua, »u*l
w
r«* fo ni ura K#
w li a*!U U)'U* co*» JkT vr
COTE* it. CI "f v tr kva I" 9
John H. Bireley, Prop'r
a. *. wiMtAifj. l^HKLBFKGlK.
&:
riri-jt m»XlJ
hlWw&Jl
WILLIAMS A El. PF.I.PKr.CK" rroprteMr*.
%Vat^rloo, Iowa*
I .\ s it r,:
2B1
Law
rTpi -revr
mil i* J^L
A N Y
INSUKANOE COLT
uaaTreas, cosx.
incorporated A. ft- H19-—Cc .h Capital
$500,000.
T8£
ttiderslxuc i h«-i:ig hi*u -^ated
Ajr-nt f'»r tui* old a it IVo io 0nni.s.ny, la
prejwod to UMI8 pnUciti on farorui ie ier«»s.
WEJ.LiS Sl'l r.ti, Aficat.
Qftice in the t\«rt Hou*« TpUu, la^va
O O S S O K E
TnonN 90
£3 "27 3E! W I
The ahovo firm kst^ ueu-'taa'.ljf oc ua. 1 a ftid
*upi«l»
hry Goo it. Groceritt, Hardwa.-c, Clallii
Hats an* Cap. BM* an bh&t,
And all kial of
subtc. iher huving located WttaWf
me 'nvn ft '/.pton i» ,'Tf t" do pi
SIC5HT
''r
WM. H. TU1 UILL.
Tipton. .lawiirv 1, '$.
~7"£ GOWLaiYrjiIiEard co,
A N K E S
E A E S I N E A N E
A I
LAND AftflHTS.
fiinton aui
HliJJIN HE
J30OII j-TTCrOEOA,
I ,wa it y
One H^or of the lo«* Office.
niauk noolvV vii kind- kepi
13
iy hand. CotiniitS supntied wnh all
kind- ISSanks Kecoidi and o'her JWK»S tor
Couniy offices, at short natter.
oi neaiMc*. ^opt^AM.
1XJRFEE ft JIOBTH l«
PSvLBR* IN
41.:
(iut-Us. Watches, aad Jewdrj
SILVER U\1R£, SFBVTJCLEb,
Goods and Toys
Cdlery Fancy
l'art ou»ar aUouliu.i giveu to a.1 ataos
i,ty.
IW
•f ivcpiiiing
HOl'arcS r«)K WALK.
THEaenderv..ot
i nffi-ri for sae !WO
i. *. BiBta. a. a. SA*Foa».
KTDER & SANFORD,
t,e
K-SOBH TO Tl'TlI.K .»
ttramPBiroanj* XST^ZiXI
Poctrn It fftiscfHannl^-S
o w n e i
Ttcjispeak.Tor Itc worldiaii»Un5ng,0iyctirfi.
BLaU tUn»4» bo a houa for tfiefrte.or a u»dht
t!i«
I« there a Vnrt?i 1t be ild
1 .itriits* *ons, her frffmea tx^M,
Huth not a tuuiU oauir.itfbiHl v» avu
From tho tyrant'* j»«w»r,U tr«mb!t og ala^ef
Hath now no tongue of Brtj to tot),
To every vi.5 -fh^rn muri way dwoll,
On furthest sli'.r md wU 'jai
Titat Ood aude ail m«a fouor IcmJ
Xor Lath it to opproMion 9»td,l .v.
"Back, herethuifltiy pro-id wa^a Hayfi
?hon sLa'it not leave thy withering curse
O'er this f»ii-UaJ thou »hal' notaorRC
The viper vile—-nor will »e kit*
Witb fawain^ kmile a shame like thii
N'or will we clasp iron hand,
Nor binv our heads at thy command.
Ii thrrc a north* w'll her freemon ace
Their father's bleod-boofht freehold gM en
loaea'.liing bligh*. of slavery.
And caws ,if u3'tutlcd litavcn"'
Say, shall IN m*rnta'n» -/rrftid nd L'.g'i
Its ^rafriffs* wide and forest-* wild,
Tlicir forgeotts dowers ntd glowing sky
Be curacd foraye, f«raje dciiiedif
hhall ceasel-NM wallinim of de*MM%
*.aJ of agony and blood,
Kro n a i'ar& Jise wide and fair.
Pe tlie^dfft-rii!.! to our fled?
I'.iaJl f^pded 'i or
ion of Imm.in gUouU
Tr* ad In n tlie rights of man.
There buy and barter uumaa souU?
'i»c..k onl aau say ii, yc tiio tit::'
K .^T l.*WRS!»CE.
Qeo law on the CwdidatM for Um
Pmidszicy.
Gee. Ln^v has recently viriuen a long
letter on the sui 'ect cf the Presidency, in
hicb he avo\,i5 h:s intention of support
ing Fremont in preference to Buchanan
jf Fiimore. He takes the giound that
*l.e aggressions of the slate power fcav«
made slavery the sole and ob-erving i«i
.sue i:i the coming canvas, aud thai all
go-d men tvko bate tr.e good of their
i!ou»try at heart, both the Korta and
in the So !"!), should ut.ite coiJijliy iu a
uiiuo.i efFbii to s ruy tue va,u tha'
has co*te(l aroti tbe 1 *edo:n and i n!e
p»'iidence ci theA*ni.iran people. He
ti.en renews the position ul Bu'..ti.au
itient, and the a Ut nebl tu •.atiwn t.J
hi very of the li
w'iU-h
Inch we live, I want to see h:s ioi t
pnnts not pro ntseJ, but already made
tire direction that has led to the devcl-
Goods uccActl by (be Cdmm«iiltT opmeot of the resources of our country—
1
Houao Finishing,
THE
t^rinK ot all k nd* an i c»Urs S'"* W-«te ^or
Rouifti cs.t iiuiiatet into brick, ftan«- or mar
bt#, fancy and oruame.dal ^oik. p.-st cr or
pari#. niiiuliiitiBs, con ish, centers, paper something lOf prC£rgsa and ben
happincs. Ac. I ar- determined i* *iv« ss»-» to fellow men. A w art no old
faction to allI who t,av
'ai:'ed the field upon which
8S
ti:e lator and imeliigence o: our country
is to be nupplied—cne who lias done
something Atnericaa interests and
American rig'ts—one who has d&ne
star of 1 son.t tmtig for the area ei frteden-
r..|u.cia.%
nitironnse. Fcr fvntuer iJ.wrei*»wi a.»W» ot 11
j. t.LuABl' vrtT. Jscc-iy iiinuelf. L»*t t:s have a man in
or a .it "-as
ri i'J.i, Feb. 15,'56.
Ux'.Uange Gflioul!
ft Aprs on Sew \'-rk «a fcshai
of the buUcr.ber lasutasto *-t ^.in-fcasti*
Certificates ol Dejx/Sit, and U. a.ts -i. ihe
Eastern Cities canned.
American Gold I Kuiihed a smill pre n.un.
(Met over Si\ '.'.anafl 1 i:/
with las l.i *t of dependanxa as
avoid t'.e intrigues and trapi of pol
iticans—to d.'voie fintelf honestfy Slid
tea.-ietsiy to tne tnurests ol the country
to apply the reJui..et n ta« govern*
meet to the accoiupiiu.i.eiii oi each :ui«
p, j*e ne its as are national ai their char
acter ,.n I that wiii result the ^rentest
lenefit la'he whole jentry —one who
has tio political iriends to reward, and
no political enemies to punish—oue who
tvii I eel that ii'.: is elevated Ly t(.e people
&iii not by intrigue. Now, sir, ef the
a''
V',
u
y r„,-, r,n. »».,», «t,did.te. a.-e *f«. tuo fwpie lo Jeiuwrric paper.
-~T™ RWIILFW, |«I.C C. RWMOIU. 11
preier him because he ia not an old hack*
ney politician, and all sold out. He is
ir the prime ol hie—forty-three years
old. He has been brought into notice
by the energy aud exertion that he has
up the pathway through th
:0.u iifuced
nfort- that
abiedw. liiiij, Hr-i-as Miuated iip^n
Oue is ho-uo good »izc, and the other a
cmfon^i h-ae a v.tlaU family. Both
wfthgv lots. I36tfl JN H. stAH.
urt.t.,
IOWA
WII.TOY,
Vhol -ale and retail dealers la
*RT (iOOI)S, iR0ri]IES, E§§.
SJ.o, CLithi.:r, lhrdwart.
th.! higbeot mark«*t i'ce pa'd
kinds o.' Farmers' Produce. 2. if
A
poMU.*d in
fiDn. ami if prep»rod to do nil in tbe
gao
V
Aa|*X
#re Ilu
can
«cr
&CU
lh. #t'l v*"
In. 'K| «,jf: Wi SfW
',-,•» Wl J##$i*
TIPTOS, CEDAR Co. lOWA^SATlRDAT, .ILIA 2(, lSati.
nre Araerirfrni He m*.* K
entrry, ivij uw» liMliUt y, his
.. Thtse ure »mler(,»leata ttat w»U W ap
"Z-2L J»ieciatv.l ty tbe American people, 'llst y
t'. ,• jKurtili-*s of to-d! 1V «f Amnri-
nrtnc.pl.• under the e*pfCiat:on of the
ou^lly
country.
\Y .tu this vSc«r
country, we may us well supp.dt hfr.Bu-
ct.auaa as Mr. Filmore. Neither ol
tbom has evei advanced, by any act of his
own, the great industrial lu'erests of tbe
country. Thry have been drones, living
on office. Tiif only difT r-.-nco t!.j,t I see
•s, thai Mr. Filmiro is about frve years
younger than Mr. Bushanan, aud
that manv changes less to die.
n
Si*:—At a private caaauKnttea
of the leading IX-mocrats of the L'nion,
I iuild io lh»s city, iuiucdiuttly uj »a t!.e
aJjournu.eat td" the Ci.ici .w*U Convcidian
I it was recommended that ta'"h l'oit 3
HS
i u e e e o i e u a e a a i i u a n
I intenl to go ior the man who most.
nearly reprcse u.a Uie Aute^unjta*',
em u of the North,
"avery is s»f'tionn!
declares i,-
lu.-a
a.,d that freedom is national. At the
•ame time I desire to have the best rep
iv&eiitauvK ol the progress oi the age iu
a ad documents favor of' the pllicy
tne Democratic party, and
wilderness I ':ivilc^
wul'
in defiaving the expens^ of speakers titat P"41)*
will be'employed during the coming
canvass, i'ou will therefore
:het every
Foil A CONTiM. ANCE OF HIS
OFFICIAL posit,on will flud it for his
uU^rcai to use every etiott to bring about
SO des.raiiic a result.
3
tue prime ui uie. Ui ot enei L'y aud yet {•«•*onage ttoe
that
u:li" ii-iilv Hiiu'iar !,e v. „-,iu Jts, J"" "'"'r
rec.ate tne wants whole ccentry
Post Makers are appealed to be*
cause they are consilh red the represent*
asives of the party in eir resp -ctive lo
Cilitica, aad U.ug the recipient of the
m-cjy-wv WITH ITS l)fMA.ND.s.
1
K'ase
us
'h' "^e of sor
me t0
ti•
in on the Atlantii slope -..
icO.ean, lie took aa.ve pan a„d ly Pr0''"''« ,.
W16IOM! Ill raisms aj,J «usumiiig I °or""' I"° '""J"
Slid It' I-a -fusthe facilftie- ,(rTn.!imbecility. The present as
bound, it a -n-hi«l ua dtans of tbe Democracy »f
creasing our commerce. 1. enabled us
to ex*end largely cur railways aud oth
er internal nuprovenients, and inus ha^
ijreat uiacased our manufa:during and
interests by enlarging the
a ri: udural ...
field of produce and cor,sumption. It
has added hundreds of miihons to the
and all kind* of aur^ulMral imi»l«meot* Al-o capital oi our nation. By hi" explora
(jeneral .ag nnd Comi.'.i.-iot Merdw..ls.
Uuas
fur
hfi haa opened up U.e 'iwst central
Loute to California. He ailed in t.ie or-
i?atiot of California as a State, and
n N i e v o e e i s i u i i o n s o e e o a n
?«,"
1
f.e ackuo.\ Iwdged her indebtedness to
a"if\onV(JFS to tbe citizens of Cedar aad Freicont by sending hmi a* her first sell
VooiHia* eottoti.*. that iw i' tb .naisbly i
a
»r to Congress. He protected Aman-
the lite !mprovj»euti« of Uie pr^.i s ^a|t jateresU IU Caafoi'uia. He protect*
e(j an
advocated American interests ia
Vr.:!.he SCU..U O£ UioCuiWd S»U». III!
•NENTTLA ZJ IN NOTITTNOK
1
I do not tueaa to U cheated by them.uor
Jo I wish to s *0 tbe Aim ricaa people,by
pretensions that have no value, but are
entirely worthless
In relation to the subject oi the exten
sion ol slavery, we nay as wil support
Mr. 13uebanan as Mr. Fihnore. 5ir.
Buchanan promises that be will be- got-' «a,!
erned by the SouitMru slaveholders, and i ,l
Mr. Fil wore we know has aiready been 1,0.
governed by them.
As to advancing lU. iaferests the jl
i •:.! a- ^... .rj'.'Uji
Later from £a^«at
suffr.tgvs of the American irty, tat th»»y ^us v^'sti'niAy. U.i ay* tU«t. UiaFnw
are a history of S li li fo from M« y,vath I Slate Li-gisluture was prevented irocu Tb« gr.«aj» yowr jnttaJi«m1ia t.i )•».
uptnrfl, when MMttod hf no ©rtusr mo*! sembltng on the 4tii.pursuant to aJjonrii*! Ap?r»*.'?i ^ilct
live tUao a traa American Kcurt, tlior- Jlnent, ty U. S. troops u»d»r Cul. Suttti* D^a't argne with tw caitiff wr- t'
djv«itcd ta (he interests of JtiaU"- H* tolJ the proph* th he bud
positive on!en fr »m Prudent Pieiee |o*
j! tlio suljcct, who arc, arres' the nioratt is u»J Hre.llt up lh#
we to xippurU 1 huv'e fakly canvKadeJ L^iaiature tf they attetupted to cou^mi,
the ditier-jot candidate!. So t«r Uml his orders must bo e.,i- reed.—:
Americanisiit is concerned ti\» may as I
was
a's° u»dor
well sujhhui Mf Haclianatl &$ Mr.Til-1 taatatria matml aoy naUa^'
trore. He has Jfairui Auu-rtctu record i»5 of Free Ststt? men that mi^ht R«aem-1 i*
than Mr. Fil nore and as lor the promi-1 bt'J to edetrak ihz ilh of Juhj! He was
iud n till.M v
fflo
has
"He lie, C.us-tti, or I Sink!"
The Buchanam'tes are calling for
'Help!1 The loud pul^atiins of the pub
lic heart for Freedom aud Fieemout
itlarm t'.ein, Hcn^o the cail for no*tr,
embodied in the foM nvmjr circulai for
warded to ut by a Post Master w&o re*
ceived it:—'
(faiW-vra.)
Ta the Post blaster of——
m*
m.
th
faver by .... ii.g by return of mid.
.u^b/wUl S'S*
£^.0^R
of
ebo to a»«i»t
Vuiuiiiistrat.on it is but
feilUl LD COMPLY
sllulLU
address them in the several
aagia Caliionua. II! A. for mkIi, I lr« w wy. h« I
tue Amuw.a u itemed an Jimi.-I I. y
,^. ,,1 a set of brainless asses—illiterate tools—
iat campaign
f/rA of a'l-ha( va,
t11'!*'i^ iii lii*' 3.C*i UiSlllOii OL «il vllal Vu^l
ktwvi8i'
ergv sucn a «tm ..iddres a pub
he audience w thtut exci
hlt, .,„ ivhich has advance'- tins conn-1 i
hibuiiy—wnicu unsr us disgust by thetr ignorance and
assumed guar-
re i,..^ twentvflve years at a single
ll"?
seekers-political vhorc
°V
s1av5rJ w'1
some reli­
able leading Democrat iu your town
whom we can confer with hereafter.
AdJrejs Peri* M. Baoww, Jr.
Washington Cny, (I. C.) IS 6.
Instead of sending the iurce DoUaia'
to Washing'on, as tt ^nested, the gentle
man addrejsed sent it t» us t.-) pay for
len Copies of the Campaign Journal
This may be taken as a significant 's
oi the tnuea.—Albany iioe. Jour.
following card, was for & time,
rn
R. H. Jacks
on, Esq., tke wn'.er of the
following card, was for & time, editor of:
the Ex
you wiii
LRA!1
,E I,.]
ascertaiu his views u! the present vogus
democracy, and the present hopelessness
of their prospects.
A CA .—The incorruptible Democ
racy oi the county, who, conscious of my
^'^kv.n^X-an^ He Lt%rS!?b,!i,y.'aud integrity of my motives
Freemen forliddmt* ctitbraU tfnAth if ^vitu tiiis appropriate a^{M ai
July —i\:tcs of Frtimmf s jYomfnafion. t^o tiabM irt .^ I rtfc .«• c«llMwa
Murders, Crops, ice.— A t'i.ise i of J(,vti iuci* it« ici(i vi i^ias
IviliSHS, \vilO ii'it i-O^ckd Oil t.«'* 3' tin |ijf« ^njam ktttv :u,
und Leawaworth on tie 4th, wtled «n Ant 'gutta-pwcWcwif.
orJer-s Irotn ti-f R*-
f,ve vtllams a warm re-
CtptlOR
Our informant says that murders are
still very frequent iu the Territory, and
that an officer under S im ,er toid him
that the dragoons had picked up and bu
ried a great many bodies with n a few
weeks.
bc
#uu
F^edoa!, I eace and Pros- ftcel.
n%l Blby
$« i wu will tnciciort? porcoi»c !im«a u* -i
*3 w i,• i«i *tisx issviOt iS u^c.uc-uiy iucrciiiiiuir iuo i
\sry rati blaster WHO W liilLH it .i r» lec
Punch, t'i his,
str?ucrih of ms liaos ai the tTeiich now*
Paris has been sent for to ad
to be Dem-
111
thcy
A seventh dispatch
,*1",,'
,,
1
eeps,
Jo Daviess
may t.tke care of it. I shall not be res-
ponsible for sny defeat thn' awaits it
Political pettifogging I deel ne nigagi-
Guloua, July 3, 1S56.
Rather a poor endorsement of the Bo
gas.
S.,me .1,1, lerow bKh-to
His Imperitl Highness i,iuvut,9 ui*
fists, and his face grows as blue as the
violets of Ln beffe France.
ten hours labor well v orked m, Ites nearest thee, which thou k no west to
MT»
moch w!*en yon first get marriW, fcat becji.i^ euie
more jawy after a year or two. au
Wul,
8in
N".omi, daughter ot Enoch, uat five
hundred and eighty years ot ag«, when
she married. Courage, ladies.
it—IhnA h!sn on l.\« htai*
Co!, Frartmfs aUMarti tl.
Ti liost li i'oal, U- 'ei iuo uo.uUiai»aa
of Cel. Frei'iot t, bestcueit to iu:Wm it*
iesdera tliat tl.a gmllant explorer wn
ones jriod by a tot:*t iaartij
1 Bt4
ierevl but :!,at ,p crild not time
1
ican people at the polls next N- veaiWr.
lh? L^lU'dc
10 ree
?la,V*,,UCIi
s»),te of.
to fft*e any of the circti *tartcrs aitct d-i
tea of old politicians, we a'! ku»\v what' »t the Load o 400 United Sutss dra- ,ng the tn*I and its result. The Post *1-1 sr'tflrh "iiilVi^ver
thev ire worth OD the eve of an electior.. gooas, atul tut equal number oi miantry Ithough it had not pfudoucQ euougU to re«
auu a.tiiitij. vtratju its spi'e, Uad aatjacity etiw4i^rit lo
Tlie resuit was that the members ol tbt
se
iaat
a
FreeSt to Legislature were una Wo to I could but ndouud to the honor of Col.
meet. It was deemed best to succumb Kremo.it, It may be fenerotn and gen
Army, postpone the uasem- ijemnn'v thus to ilaadcr a pa'uh'ttc ser-
to the V. S
bhng.and awatt tho verdict oi the Amer-
v
-a*
n 1
",,ter
State8
Arm'
vvt
hoJ^ tlfi'I,
r° T*s
tbe
BorJf
vaiit, merely leeau.,.* i:t npj ens tj be
political opponent bat the majority
mankind will hatJiy lit of tliat opiiuo
,tt
w«a
The bodies of thirty-two. men had t« th« R0, ky Mountains,Ufore tire Me*,
been fotmd Ott'the roafti, SCftrtl of Whom 14Ciln hosnhties had been doclaied. Col.
were partially devoured by the wolves, i Fremont, on reaching the valley of 'he
It is some satisfactions leain, however,, Sacratnento.tvas ordered ofT by the Mc
tbat they were not tree State mea whe jcanS|
ha.' ti. 'alien but that many plunder-
ing rolnaus wore made to b:to the dust s
u u
l«r then crimes. were exposed to Mexican aggression.—
He u lis us ftfaftt tbe *UU harmtad is I His couurvrnen a .nea!ed u h.m for pro
fxcolicut, though not rery latere in quau- ,eaioI1)
taost luxuriant, and wih be abundant in |,e Mcxicax^a woie soou defeated. Cob
fcOiiie districts, A the people are permit* I Fremont then put himu ii iu communica
ted by the Untfians to gather it. ticm with Cfintmodore Stockton, and by
W e further team that t^ie uews of the
QO®1:ialW
itwiinu-'iiiw iwi u' li i u i -Ua». o! the iltrpir-.icau platlorm set. nia,
»„J F.lmo.e, »uh u.,ea n Ihu IJU^ u,c «,!,,« nnJ .n-pn.-l every mm ,,urtan« the oon.itry, ivero miublj,
"»»•. "nJ ?T «, 'lieir ,«}««., offii-.. I', on rxa.n.r- I
tite, office U-nart-11,1
js liiatyour
1
Wniie en^jged in ins thtrd exped
-:U»ll
w
(^e
1 1
lU,
fM:i
of lijC WM
VJW"M1
cl,I
n.^-|hero
P.uycra g« CoUwl wituout auy aoliutanw on his
iind chi iren on the plains of
or the election ot i- teaiont. A
1
ir,!U 011
f[
l"a,iiS
Kan-as
stron_
tl.'j n?xt Prejtdcn: and that the black
Tne principal uljcct ia making the.*e
collectiuns is to throw into thi doubtful
States an immet.se quantity of »p-eclies |u n?xt rresiaen., ana mat tne tiiacici When (ieo. Kearney armed in Cali
and documents favor of Uie plltcy of f011!1
ho were in a state of insurr»c-
lton.
He fjuud there a body of Amen-
caa
settlers, whose property aud i.vos
VM
ol.1 d,»,url, «»..
Wl
d.d they appeal *a
united el'orts o! thase two brave men
,of .Colonel feaioni sod a complete taiiiiaiy pushes,siou of Califor*
wa
ti.e whole ot ti e free State people wild j-,.jnt in this rn'erM-ise of *tich vital "n-
s secured. Tne services ei Fre-
u i n i s i n e u s o
k
u n v i a i n
«"d ""S'^fiugly .clmmvlcdg.d by Wil-
of terror, ium L. Maicy, Secretary of War. The
tvas raised to the rank of L.cuv
°J and it was alwav* Und« r«t.K)d that
tr
i'aitn inspires tucni that he A'III be
,)3 coinuussiuu was conferred upon liiixl
as a JUSt
nar|(
J8
ornitt'
that the .special en'ci e,c irdiaU u. abolisn- ... i :4„.
i erences, he dctermtned to consider
cd bv the treaty ot pea e, and each tub is a- i.
imurot,, n'na «n ,»,« Wtt,,,,,- Puck,on ^'V'UP"'01 °®c"',
Perhaps U» rfP,rt.d proioriptiaa of Ihc 'V "3
puthri.iM,,, Kran'ie may have »d vu. at U.aveuvvul«,, w ,e o he cauS.
u-Dde,.ry ,» t,„„s at,oat an ,llo«-
ance o! cream of tartar, instea of the
genuine lemuu of the spicy comp mnd.—
Ridicule and satire abound. A few ex
tracts:
Windsor Cssth was thrown into a bit
,, i i i sk»re Stockton, he was bound to barren
ol a flatter last week ut)0n the receipt of
.i n I Ider it to lam alone, lechmeaily the
the lollovving telegraphic dnpatclies from'
.t v..:n |C(,urt maitutl tnoutrnt otnerwise, and
the lutllaries: L-. *t ..
'Tbe Emperor has forbidden the wet
nurse to kiss the baby!'
Searcely had the emotion of the castle
subsided, when a second dispatch was
flashed to it on lightning wijygs, to the
iollovvifig effect:
•The Emoeror has foi bidd'jn the nurse
to »«y cnfc'nj'cafchy to tlie Imperial in
fant.'
A third diopjtch foliow«4 with all pos
sible rapidity
•The Emperor has forbidden the nurse
to tickle the Child of Fiance ou tlie pain
of instant Jismi.sal.' ..
A fourth: 'Tu. Emperor has forbid- H,lsfr^u
pain of banishment to Cayenne.'
A fiith dispatch:
military merit.
a_4iilicalty aiose between that of
»acCl?0(!edl'i4}kfornia'a
1 diiiicuity a.ose between that of
jmrr)ljj0ra
st would 1
minister tin
His Imperial
it. His
lliglmesj incryiog lor th. br. i
pe gcacwii-.y
and one ki
permitted.*
R. H. jAcasof.
tf^T Of duty, Carlvle saysf'Lflt him
who grcp"'- puafuhy ui darkness or un
certain light, and prays vehemently that
tlie dawn may lipea into day. Uy this
A Yankee doctor hat recently got np other precept well to heart, »uii.h tu me
a reinedv for bird times.
It constats of1is of valuable service: 1X the duty that abtlity (*f the tools «.f ibn
i. ""t
d":'
riEBcc, or a aw HaasHaf.
aIIe TI. e br w rhaagc t: i:'
firm drew breatb.
Ho *a iu t'oncord ut his butb
!li Encore, jt tin deAi.iiI
Stookton reap, ct
iDg the chief command. The oisput#
was relerred to (/ol. Fremont, but thai
sjentleman declined tho responsibility of
mg it. He was ready to obey ei*
.her, but until they could settle their dif-
FnmMU
""»wd *»J
for diavbedleace of orders. The gtfllunl
man, thus rewarded for public service* of
in.aUukble value, admitted tlie truth ot
the specifications, but amed .at as he
had received his command trom Cotntno-
CJI. Jiemont was dismisso-l irom the
army, only to be at ted by
Pre.4de4*t Polk. He ne offer,
out i to. k
He
aud retired tc private
with in'U ail the credit due la one woo
hud pHin' a new empire for his coun
try. Ale reined without spot upon fa*
nonor and when t!»e Jiael.an in pupert1
cry ct that he wu court tnartialcd, they
must stop with that simple statemer.t for
they will not darc'to tell their readeisfit
what oflTuu e !.e »vas autjecled to that iu
jn.otitie, nor how a llemocratie President
sought to repair an injury wmca brougidi
discredit U|ton the country and not upon
U|,on
den thtj nurse at any period, to ride a\ ... *rt"r'iuri^ b^au.e iremontand hi« companions
cock'horse to the Prince Imperial, under
11
w^bou!J
,ourt oi juiiiue, the I'ennsyIvaniuu and
e cxce"aing:y inai^naa
The Emperor commands the nurse to
give ti.e breast to the lii'Oeria! Infant.'
The nurse triages, ana foidi.i,' 0,1 her
aims, throws up her sitimaou, u ile».i al
lowed 10 salute His Imperial Higbaess, 'the n.n.ubie to a blue-eyed bereaved oi Po ilen*»t.
w o o w s u e a n u e i i a k v n e c- i i i u n e i i n u u i i o
:ng
Tne fatiier falters and the E:n(eror preserves- nch, pungent, syrupy. & or her, I Ceun
melts!!! The baby is given to the* nu«*se, jd« !icious eoorting, we iepeat, gi*e «s a the 'h ms
live 'widdt r.
Tim following
Kansas Tiiburr, was nandvd
a(e u
TERMS $1 50 in AB7AN Cf\
•SouiUCaroB AJJrtsslu hor Sons,* Mr. Clay*nt ®r. BacliAaaU.
iu the Vodt. It U,..-n Mi. P^k «as t.oaUu»*4
lPreai.lcM.-v, Mr.
corrdptW
1
9wl!'d,t
fu stat^meut of all tk« facts
ol
OpliUUii.
Ti,^friends of John C. Fremont i.t*o
every desire that the utmost publc:ay
should be given to the court iaari.ai .aid
the cashiering and we are certain that
no attempt will be rcvt te to conceal eith*
er, br a sin:le en- of the hosts of puJ Iu
journa's u:. 1 speakers enlist iu tint
cduse public reform. A plain recital
of all tlni fac.s will ou'ty inert a SJ the
popularity o! the gallant explorer.
cr cii huj,
w! i'"b, tie doubt lau 'v 'set u^' v. it 1, rt pcrai»:i :uUe I
widow, goes oirthuy: "Fur the tuher half tobacco was injui ious to the
of a eowtiug matsb, litere isiiotbing like1' reph-r h'*. *f«»r im peracn w
sn interesting widow. There's as smsct*{^.ratni use
difTeren e bet.y^en cooftinj n d:tm«pi and
an attractive u i low, as tlv.-re is in oipiiei
in addition ^ud douule i u!o of three
SO. £1
Gen. Clinch that he wwil '-lt ry 1'eun
sylvanta, f« r, #a»i he, W* #HU tn«k«
I tboM' lUNi-'y^ali a. ..»tei* IfcAd**«a»
hl'oik is a b-.-t-.-f tflf'i!' m-1'1 than Clay.'
i'The e-' lit pto*el itaat Mr. ifck'i.anan
was Tie H»ok me- teW^f#
iV«tU wi lVm»*yfr.iia, a'od au-rfed «u j^k*
'tlioiior tt geitthftnatuiat be knew '.%•
Folk to W"a I e.ter irtn tb*tn -Vr Cl^y'.*
fSoth« l*ennstf^ru,'. (lertratrs lor
r. Polk as fen^anari #atl thef ''d
Jt Poik was vk»^e«l»-V *•«. si
We have tea »u:hoJtimfor n
tttrtin^ .bui Iliuny CU'y aevir Tc .^v^
Mr. BaeVai.au lof ttiiH last oJirn^e.—
For his coift||ic,itv irt lUe 'l^rgaiu j|nd
he F,fl4r«rl^|
i i spoke tu jjn irota luat Wu luti v®#
.tr.,A,,iu,n
ia
.'1^,!!,.« ,i a-u
spoke tu hi ill ir-ito tnai i u:f vu iun $*M
ofhNdMth, although uc^uenlly thrdam
ia contact with A«b: ia!** aicitiv o.
Washington.
Tne litetids of Henry Clay «*oui
Well to iem .iiber this,and
ti8
ask .hein-
aglvca what iirtist be the extetlt of liu
VI''nan's ua'.ro thrr.eiW, *vheu 'Henry
Clay, the nv«t «i agn.mu.ift men,
rc.: trded tbi treatniSut he had experien
ced at I,IJ bauds a» UTIJ ario*»aW«. Jt-•
ma ican Organ.
f'.,, .:,iai vLoQ Mercwj, JMWli^'3%
How aud Then.
'Writ and what t« Coioaet Frewhmt
that we should s^out about his name?—
An exp'orer and hunter—a Napoieon of
snow-drills, antf^n eatef of dog flesh!'
Perhaps the shortest and muit satis
factory answer that in be given to tl^s
mOjiiiry, is fou.id in the following:
Fro:u the Ciirloston tftronry, '-v-'ii*. 57, !8lT.
•The nnrked and brilliant earner of
CoU«IL4 FITmant has arrestsd feaerat sf
tentioti and uduuratiou, a
ad has fceea
watched with lively iut:.rt'sls by hts iei
tow citizens 1 South Caiolina. (Juarits
(an, particularly, in proud of atid
,|, pruat g«l| „„ry l„ !,.«rf Mw»U .u.'/vpuMUW .bi.hl,. h,/.. w «rty
o o o s a e i HCJUL, »I.J onJtr «ucli a LC«Ji-r Ln .„a LUIIMII'. ibatim
a leader
an age a-'iievtid •».'hun&eli. she clatista
as *omt!ttii,r& iu arUtsh site vkm 1*« ft
share.'' ..
5
Toe people's nngbty weapon was "in
ret|UUiUou, that weapon which set at to
fail often, bat always ultimately Uimfcjatt*.
verilyitig tlie oil disputed maxim, 'vox
ropci,!, ui.:,* the voice of the peo
ple is thvoice «f lo!. Beautiftil^luta..
tha )»oei described thts potent, and seiwe^
tiil^s teiribie weapitt el the ytflt.
Tho/ 1.4.SH flfin-Tset
Anl tvkvjr tUt.M !..m»/o-".I
A w 'apin which c^aw ilowu as s 1 i1
Ai sn w .1 A*- ifi u 'i t&"» rod,
B. ill*
Ai h^'itai .g i'i tH'i wi'l (ii O
N 1. ,-u iu r^r -At, o b^lta, aor
QiS. Slheid (b 'US UM VALtoT tmt.'
TukJa 0.% jBwtc
mlpohfis'J For.—A party ofaruied
men, headed by Governor n.tt.uon,
came to the house of Samuel W.ui%et, ,k
tnetnber of the Kansas Legislature, and
not finding him at home, turned bis wifs
and chihiien out ol doors. The :nends
of the (joveri.cr, howetrer, apu!ogii«i*d for
it, on tne g.-onnd that he waa drunkI
Mr. Spl.yrix, in speaking cf Mr, Mu
ciiarnni, remarked that a man *ho begin*
by inakiug himseli a platlorm, will .n i
by finding hiiuseif a flat ior n.
//ot® Wiii fentv/tioAN WoT-As s
great inte.'»i ii* the result IU Peuwylea
nia ut the coining eicclioa, wo iioujoin
table of the votes cart in 1S31, at th
election for Govern or, which is the only
election since J^V3, when tliero was
anything like a fu'l vo'.e "Ut, or any dlS
it.ct expresiion oi the popular senua.eal
Ja
,ha i«,Bocr.«ic pol./y.
The vote iuir.s .'p follov.s
Total vote, 37^,512.
Bid er, (Dim.) 107,601.
Pollock, (Rep.) 'J13,CK)3
B. ad lord,(Amer.) l.ticij.
Poliock'a iiiaiutity over Higlei, 7S,lUii.
country and n.i upon The Po,t i* ma great
say that Gen. Jackson, were once obliged -toeat doj flesh.'-
i lor a gro»s violation of law, wan nueJ iu Belter eat aog then dirt, Mr. Post.
?%5T A *. i
the ivreek of a vessel
.e cr«w were -tired
I I i 5 i i i s
('ourt.aK a girl is like eating irur.alli,
very nice ai far ns it extends but (loin 'i-
IJ us by
11 leiid. Wo print it jui,t as vtu touui
tl.At -t may be laid away among il.«
chives of our States, to heme
tuure, as refer Mice to tlie kn^wled 1
ylug
lo )iu
r^
",M 1«. «.«. «. ruius .'
ct Ua iniiii p'«ia -or i no ..
taw ajid ^biditiir unin
i'lill
r» 'iv Jwirlf
.t gUst» Couu'
at I iruubi
The Providence st snewrin^'y calls
Col. Fremout a bear burner. Th« Poat
..ysicnn u
tain, rs
1 has ii 11 v
rejob
ex ep
U)bUvwt.
at -s.J
I'IM manner coitferring
more than the mat*
.So:ss jo». pi iu* e:: *i
mi -^led I y a gentle-
ifi tc give bui. bn'r nf ti.e g-oiind
H:1 estiv bad Icupfl, V.h'Cll
lieitl Oi th*' iittt pntiCe *aid to
i.\
i*
ioOj^t i mine.' i ..
king uc iiaid g»»«t*
ii'i'finfi
i.iui- ..
inc#^
N^FE ro WAS tor II bm MI.C. I
ihe other bah, it is n»uw I
-1 a i i.
tin*. WiirtJ, til Vi.'ginia, suu 'XI be.
dedd eiate w.[\ n.v, iwa" t^e
Old Ba.U' Wiii raise t'-.e va'ae of
ii k nig^cr5»' from one thousand to tjvi#
•Uband doMsrs the 'Old Dominion

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