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WBIXS 8F10ER, PROPRIETOR.
VOL. III.
us totw wmnsn.
pabtteked erery Satarday Morning, in
Tipton, C*M Co., Iowa.
ppnoifs OFFICE"VCOUNTING ROOI«
wi In tw Coo
it Horn tin In
OOCSXT
da. A mouths,
da. month*,
Quarter calMBB I jraair.
do. ft luotraa,
4a. 3 months,.
jvottt. 41
TERMS.
CVpjr 1 J«ar, paid in advance, $1 50
io. paid witkin ti* months, 2 (X)
do. peki at end of the year, 2 60
Liberal deductions mad* to clubs of fire or
gfitt te *esddras.
JUTE* OF ADVERTISING.
I ttftuan 1 year,
do. ft gioethi,
de. S month*,
Jblfeoluaa 1 year,
LMSAL NOTlCgt
fcptirfi 1 insorti n, %t 0
Etch additional insert's, per square, 06
I square 3 month*, 4 00
i
do. 6 months, 6 00
do. 1 year, 16 00
do. 3 aofltln, 5 00
do, i montha, 8 00
1%. 1 yaw, 12 no
Oae square i» It line* Brevier.
TIPTON ADVERTISE*
JOB FICE
Having purchased a good ami sufficient s«
%t«tiOB of material, the Publisher i n«w pre*
jMurcd to do nearly every description of
I« A I If
—AND—
eftWE'd'tU tKlifJUfS! 1
la a satisfactory manner and can furaiah at
short notice,
Deeds, Roida,
I I ALVB A K S,
St4very kind executed with neatness and dee
patch.
WCL|4 initH,
Attorney at Law
And Solicitor iu Chancerf,
Will praritr* ta U« mom* o n».u«« cf
sitwUaa u» llccitiui
Cvtt«y»iicln(
"f ""t
JXO. L. FYA\,
(r%avhaLY or BKTr'Bi. fA
iMoraey aut Couuaellor at Law
'l l|i.vi, flti i until)', lovta.
WW |»1' till end w »sltHn *1 ti MIW i* his Mrs, I*
llkw U4..IJ
*TKt V- .a
*•4 ih
on wiih i%% Oaity *fmrvtfor
mkim
H. C. WATT,
AXI Cor-««n.T.ot
AT
WArrofunsrha»t-.an!
ILL Pur soil Krai titi'e,
Land Warrant*, atteiid to the Paymei.t of
Tmccs, Investigation of titles,cnnveyaacii!g,aic.
Pw.ioiUr aiientua giv-n tjci u.xt'.oii*" All
bull'• in rant"t to h'M oare. will be
to with I' oup'neM *n«l Fid-li'y.
fSfUff.ce in the Court House wltlwihe Rp.
*ofJer. Tipton, lewa*
B. H. Til A YE*. 4. e*MCADDBK.
THAVER
&
CAR»KADDEN.
iftioroeus t^oqn^iiors ql few,
Qlinaral Laod A
jtrrn
s«nts,
itfw'M/!ar. /»**.
Ojjifi over Burnett s Book i^tort.
S^oorid ^trwt
ItOBT. M. !.«»!¥O,
CI! OF THE PK AC E and Sotarj Pub
Upton, lows. nl
JOSI PH LWDSEY,
OTAHY Public, Rochester, low a. Oftce
in the Poat Ofice. viftl-ly
N
j-—"
TTORNI'Y AM) CO I' N I'.LLOR AT
!.AW yttir# »l (lis residrv e near Tipton
liftr County, Iowa.
JAMKS W. BAUUBf.
ATTOARKY AT hAW,
aad Justice of the Peace,
Tipt-m, Iowa.
Office with the Cuuitty iadf« in the
*ourt Hense. [2U]
AaTEO N GIL BERT,
DEALER IS DRUGS MEUK tXFS,
lv« titatts, r*ini". Oils, (Ilaaa, tiruceneis
fandien. Tuy*, burdaare and Alley Not.ons.—
lipt'-a. Iowa. nl
Wm. Rosa, M. D.
ElMtl« Phyalrlnii ^wr|f»iin,
in. hliiscatrtt' Co., towa.
Will practice, on the Electic System, at Wil
,aaa/id vicinity. n-ICy
JAWE»C.Tl II Kit,
fllYSIClAK A NH S!'l((iF,ON,
via
.practice Iu Tipion and vli inity. OIHwe, Ne
.t, la}uality ruw, Buuth of the Co irtHenae. »1
J. SMITH,
PHYSICIAN AND SITROIKW.
Mice at the Iowa House, Rochester, Cedar
sCoaty, Iowa.
1B. M. GREEN,
PMYSICIAN 4.ND SURUEOr, nochesUr
Cedar county, Iowa. el
ELI
AS II1AWBF.K.
MERCHANT—Dealer in Dry Goods, Oro
cerics, Crockery, ac. Cedar Blulf*, Ce
«r county, Iowa. nl
DR. W. S. SCOTT,
Tenders his professional services to the peo
ple of Tipton and vicinity. Hpecial attention
fjtea to casos cf lotg standing. OQice at tlw
iruf is Stor« of Dr. A- llall.
K«raaKRca.—The frculty of Jefferson
Medical college Philadelphia Starline M«di-
c*'®®"ejte
celumbus Ohio Pennsylvania Hos­
pital Philadelphia Or. Huff Wheeling.
W. f. COWAN.
PH\SICIAN AND SURGEON.
VVi»h to to make this place my future home
1 thersforsteader my services to the ftiz'-n*
efthc T»wn and vidnltv. In all the brsm-hes ol
ths ji iiie««(nn. I will praciit-e Pi-:*' .c Furgrrij,
9*pphji*g and Remedying DtftcU.
Oftce near the Temperanca Hotel.
Tlptnn, ,lan. 1,1866.
xfMmfmmm&te:
A, i'/JWARDS & CARROLL,
BuperintendoDts
flalu |K,I,!„
Kn-N!.'L 1(^-
.K°"rth Story, 1'oU 'ffio
No. 10,
Br~ly
»t lUv-np »t Iowa. 2b It.
PETER
siMnsa ADD BLAME LOOR AcrrmtB,
f'Xl Ofice. Mu.?
log oi t\or\ I'ulingatid I'ind-
he*1
ftyie on ah,M f'r^rrlnthu
teri»4.' "hort notlcr, ajad on reasonable
fOnstMtly oa hand. Old
PHk bi«isr% stetklsr aato. Mtf,
i i
•ISBSBBSaaBBSSESSS
TEMPERAKCE HOUSE.
PATTEIttO.Y FLEMRtlJV'CU
TIFTOH, IOWA.
HO US E
a k
$60 00
30 'G
20 00
36 00
20 00
15 00
18 r0
lit 00
100
BY R. S. TUCKER.
wrier of Dubii,,:'.r •art Jefferson Sirwti.
a (Vv.
8.8. DANIELS,
ATTOnKtY 4 Coi'JfsElLoa AT LAW.
pKOMPT attention paid to Colleclions. Will
.l f° ""•'nl he payment of taxes
and the salt of real estate Al*. A sent for
^AS"»"iTON
M0N
|Nse«A.vca o of
Cleveland Ohio, and the H^wki.ye In?!xanck
J?'w
Pav"nPert-
Insurance cfftc'cd on the
•tookor mutual system.
°WKI IK TME COOBT go*!
CLERK'S OKfiC*
«lon and (Ma
ui itc boats frw
ln
Mm-
rfXiw?
U""*' u*-"
Good Ktailmr.
r^r'ubT/.0"*"4
ftw»
OOILTVE HOI SG.
Cormtr of H'.iter S rr. and ],wii Jwtnve, o»p
9pj*Ht*ihr Rnilro.'l /V,M-ucohne lowa
I«E OH« E
LOW
Proprietor.
Ml-. i'KoFiiiETMK, h.it rec-uilv 'l.MK.-1 the
I'ii! [l'.jttl, unii refuriii.aeu ii ja
U |.rep!»r«-i to
»H'I •VTAhTlql fnxa* 9t
:n_ih ir Uii.c •oiMat
ly afli« of ih#
rate 11
Tb«
In itil« ir i« In «h'« "nr.
»-rr lfcrg« Hn e t.
t#l. ..
dat.on 10 K1 vba iaty .1
'H'l'm »'»tj psnlcular.
toinpunj-,
Th. Pr.ip-I«i «,)*«) a
ta ta-. .,f he
p'•^p*'*d ».o jt -h th .flMcmmti.
f-j!.*1 tr. I .*f.t t-'Sli «vf
BiHELEY HOUSE.
TIFTOX, IOWA.
Th TTOT*l i« 1TW HO'.'SY irhicH )Bt np«r.l f..r
»S. «••(, ion 01 Kmijiia o i ihi- Jt*«. 1 .lge ««d
Ui til).
ti a, ati i «4 w U p» v funi i ft,.
I r»ii wt k*'. wli «41 to tb« cuHroKr or
C0**jjnij{*s,. I I:
Jokn H. Bireler* 'rop'r
*. T. w-.*Ti«3 v. i rirjn.rrnniii.
2Sv
WILLIAMS KU'HELKERt.Flt, Proprietora
Waterloo, Iowa.
I N S U A N E
1ST Jk.
INSURANCE COMFAIIT,
MABTroao, co^a.
Incorporate A. 1S i 0— Cash Ctpital
$500,000.
been apooiatod
i.a'.lc C-i.upA.-iy. is
p.^'icips on favor ihle
rpHF. D»der»i^ned ^v.
JL A »ni f'ir this old id
WELIS Pl FR, Ajrenc.
OAre in the Court House, Tipt ri, Iowa.
o II O STORE.
THORN flPTiill TNT
Merchant*, Tvmn! [ar.i
The ahova UfiB kti'y cooataaii ou ha id a fall
•apoly of
Dry Qq-xU. Grooaies. Hardware, Clothing,
Halt nf Cj/it. Boot! and Shoet,
And all Itlnd of
Cioods needed toy the Community
House Finishing.
THF
jubwiber having loeated in
the town ef Tipton is prepared to dopla«
terinj of all k ,nii» an i coloi s an /.':!«-idi work.
H''U^h ca»L iun!nt«il into brick, »t-ne or mar
ble, fancy and oniamental woik, plater of
pans, mouioiue*, c^.iii'i, centers, paper
ii» iK!!ig», kc.' I am drtemineil to give satis
facti in to ai! who may favor mc with 'he
paironaee. For further Informal:o i plv oj
or aiidrt*ss J. t-. LEAHHART
Jijitcn, Feb. n.'M. »:7-«m
Exnhauge Offioc! I
SIGHT
DRAFTS on New York can be had
of the ^..bscrilier in sums to ,«»»it
ircha*ers
Gerttficau s ol Dejujsit.aud Drafts on the
Eastern Cities caslied.
American Gold f'tished r.t a unaU premium.
Office oner Swetland itn-t Snyder's lore
WM. 11. TUTU ILL.
Tipton, Junuary 1, '"ft
J. H. G0WER, BaJlHSB & CO,
A N K i u s
E A E S I N 1 A N E
I N K
LAND AC.KSTB.
fflMMtflf G'iuwn and W ishingbm 8tree
n8v3 1y rl'
W1L1J4M I.KK,
BOOK BIlWDUn,
f.ir.i liii:
One ilr.. of the l'os' Office.
BlankIllanksr
Hooks,'**" kind* kept constant
ly iri hand. Counties supplied with all
kii.d»of Ilcc.rds and other hooks lor
County offices, at snort nence.
s. o. niTRrnr.
r- S»*TH.\m.
DUM'EE i WORTH i*.
PE4LKKS 1M
(locks, Watchrs, and Jpwflrjr,
SILVER WARE. SPECTACLES,
G'tltrv Fancy Goods ont toys.
0,pw,m,.
lnx.,n or OS«» A...
»r .ss'» »•»*. *oac*»i«*.
Parucutar atteuiiou given to all awuo
u. pairing.
of i,i y.
HOVftF* IO« H4LK.
THEaihdertiKnedcool
f"r
"H1" I WO comfnrt-
at.l? W' lling ho,i«m situated in 'lSr»ton
One is house ot site, airl Ihe other a
c«mfortal!e hou-e a -ni^ll family. Both
u o i i i s I 3 0 N
1
S A U
f. S. B1DBB. H. K. SABFOae.
RIDER & SANFORD,
*•v. -rtoa.-t i'» urri.s ant i.t.,
WILTOM, IOWA.
Wholesale and retail dealers in
DRT
ftOOBS. C-ROfEIRS, Etf.
,S/ii)f4', Clothing, lliulware.
Aol all kiu^s of asrri mltnrd imoiementa Al-'o
General Forwardiog a id Commission Merchant*.
the h'gh"'. market paice paid in c«sh for all
E N I S Y
I a s i n i i n U
i NNOnV"F8 1e tfce oHiaens cf Cedar an.l
/V arijiilnlnB eonntrc*, thai, he iJ thi^oii^nly
(M»ied in th« iau- ia pro. euaentK of tiie Pri)'',H
rion, and i« prepared wi do ail in the
UBPJUAI HUNT
zsr
octrn I glisceJIaitD
•From the Dubuque Daily Timet.
A Bong fer Pritdtn.
Hark! a sound for Frcrdom rollg
PltMB the centre t« the polls:
freodom! FrnJom! the cry—
Frecdo^. we will hare, or die!
Slavery if the tyrant reifn,
Broken sure, is Freedom's dfe*«
Wkea thej break the Unio&'a brad,
Ptaoa haa 1«ft our httppy laad.
tm
CI OI'KR HOUSE,
f|* L. DOW\iX(j, Proprietor.
Winer of Haliiiil ami Sfeonu Streets.
e®-n«ie. or the ii,,
Let Pieis« and loujr!as both uatta
To rob tiic Natiou of its tight,
Like Arnold, t^ey *in find thair dooai,
And sink into a Traitor s tomb.
l*t miniona, too, for petty liirc,
Rfodoll tke strings fr».m Freedom's Lyre.
Its dyiig wail shall sweep the land.
And raise to life a cuatjueriug baad.
Nobly bo, what thon hwt been
Ood coble being*—Precdotn't men!
Fearless upon your foe
man gmw.
And scorn to own God's child a slave!
V OLNET, low A.
Republican Aerroatt*.
rom field and wood, LB land and
K e-echoing Hounds for Freedom pour
E cho rr-ponds, while near and far,
fen, j»yful, wait h«r risinggt&r,
O l.j i-.»aos like summer dew,
ew ones arise, both good and trne_
ui t. jr-.v
.7 ./«c cf 'Sigaijii itiQn.'— The fol
lowing, which 'transpired' a few days
since at Easton, Penn., is worth'impart
lag
Two old associates, who had in former
years worked shoulder to shoulder in the to
pi.aiatix, of 'the unterrified,' cliancing to
meet, aud feeling a natural curiosity, in
these changeful days, as to each other's
present political wherealout, a brief ool
loquy ensued
'Well, Judge,* says the first interlo
cutor, wlere do you siand? You go in
for Buchanan, I supposed
'Sir,' responds the other, 'there is no
mnn i liave thought more of thin lim
Buwliatiaa. I «. ould like t« go for Jim
BuciiiJtiau, nnd 1 would co for Jim Bu
chanan, if he was runiiifjg: but as he isn't
a candidate, I must go for some oiit cist*.'
'Net running not a candidal* I Why
Judge, I am a little duil I shall have to
ask fir an explanation.
'It's plain enough. I said Jim Buchan
an was not mi uicg. ami I h*v« hit word
for it, Sir. Jim Bud.anan has extin
guished hfmself ci.anged, merged, trans-
morpnfied himself int a Matforai. Den't
he say so himself in bis acceptance ol the
Cincinuati nomination? 1 tell you it is
not Jim Buchanan, 6ir, buf the Cincin
nati Platform is running and as 1 don't
like the Piaiiorm, and hare a laucy for
voting for man, I shall go fot Fremont,
Sir.'
On the loth pendn.c a uiscu'&ion in
tke House, upon the Heport of the Com
mittee on the Brooks and Sumner aflair,
-Mr. Brooks aiter submitting some re
marks defending himself iroin wh"t he
termed ui.'jtist imputations, concluded
with the following:
'Mr. Speaker, I announce to you and
the t!ouse that I am no longer a Mem
ber of tiie thirty-fourth Congress.'
It was rumored that Senator Butler
wot'l'l also resign
Ti resolutions expressing the disap
probation of the Hi'u*e es t« the couiae
uf Messrs. Kntt aud Edmuudson coming
up. the one referring to Mr. Kent was
adopted Hint censuring Mr. Ldmundson
wus rejected.
Mr. Keitt submitted some remarks de
fending himself, concluding by resigning
im seat.
Good.—-In one of the campaign songs
gotten out in honor of 'Old Phlebotomy,'
is the following morceau:
Lookout tor Old Buck! should yos bring
hint to
bay,
A stag of ten antler* he'll prove in the fray
Lut thu Kigual go forth over mountain and dell*:
There i«a union of hearts, and a uuion of "shells.''
The Men antlers' are presumed to ha' e
»ome remote allusion to the 'ten cents,' in
which he distinguished himself as the
workman's friend. It will be further ob
served that the 'union of shells' is regar
ded as paramount to ttie Union of the
States by the poetic fledgling who takes
the running start for office.'
The California Hubert.—The San
Francisco Trve Califomian, in speaking
of the murder recently comniit'ed in
Washington by Herbert, the member ol
Congress denounces him as a 'uoled
blackleg.' and says that this is not the
first act of the kind in which be was a
bloody participant. It then £Oes on to
say that a few years ago, this same Her
bert resided in Texas a fe'* miles from
the town of Richmond, ori the Brazos
river. A quarrel occurred between two
gentlemen named Coilm Cooke and Jon
athan D. W iters. Waters resolved to
murder Cooke, and for that pm pose star
ted over to ins house, accompanied by
John Wateisand the hon-raole member
of Congress. They were all armud with
double-barrelled shot-guns and revolver*
After reaching the house it was agreed
that Herbert and John Waters should
rush in and seize Cooke, and prevent him
from using his arms, as he was noted for
being a brave man, and a most desperatn
one. They accordingly knocked at the
£|oori ant) wj.en
2» iy
kia)a ol Farm- Produce.
it was opened, they rush-
Cooke
discharge but leuped over the bed aud
was about seizing his weapons, when he
efc^^)rte,t WM
M'pr. 'm^1« tap* l» W
doWU by tbeconteuts of the Oth-
AT.T, TAZIVA
TIPTON, CEDAR Co. IOWA—SATURDAY, ALT,. 2, 185(5.
he exclaimed 'give ine some w*ter,' when
his murderer drew his revolrer, aad de
liberately »kot four bills uuo his dead
body.
T. Herbert. The question is, where
•hail they be sent to? The fact of an
Upon Mr. Letfjer's polite invitation to
travel ioge'htr, and addresa the people in
tiie most important places of the dutrict.at
the same tune, I had agreed to do %o. It is
to ine a source ot deep regret, that I have
been unable to carry out this arrange
ment. I hope such a change of cir
cumstances as will enable me to do so in
the course of the coming we* k, for the
remainder of the tune befoje the elec
tion.
It is a consolation to know that the peo
ple are taking a very great interest in the
political questions agitating the public
mmd —that they are being very ably dis
cussed by the public press, and that
means for obtaining correct information
are extensively diifused.
siness
JTIMOTHY DAVIS.
Th^Chme of Brag. 1 lie 'juzeite has
been*nkitg ridiculous otters to bet, op
ing thereby to conviuco soriebody that
they tin uiselvee had iaith ir«.*,V pu-i«.
of tiie pro-3lavtry cause. A reiiubie bu-
man, wtio has the money Bends u?
the lylfowing oiler. The gentlemen who
are so anxious to bet their money on
'Old Buck' can be accommodated!
SoU(ll) on lu!" Mu.il ung Coft.—Trot out
your Gelding Buck $-J00 on each ai.d
ev«ry one of the following States that
remont will have A larger vote than
Bucnanan:—Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois,
Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Ca' foruia, N*.
York. Pe n-ylvama, New Jfrsey, Mass
achusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, New
Hampshire, Maine, and Rhode Island,
and S30O0 that Fremont will get a larg
er popular vote in the above fittyen £UUes
than Buchanan.-— Daily Tel. i. a. t.
Keep it Oefo-e the feople. Hereafter
let a ten cent pieco be uo longer called
*a dime'—or 'a shilling'—but let old Buck
have the honor of naming it—and let it
be so called—"a JimmY'.-' Let the table
of 'Federal Money' be changed, and let
the boys shout in school, hereaiier,
Ten Mills make one Cent,
Teu (.'eats one Jjumy,
TcnJitumys one Dollar,
Ten Dollars (or *00 Junmys) one
Eagle!
A wag in New Ycrk, seeing a wan
drhinsj a tack into a card, through the
letter of the word 'Boston* printed on
it, seized the latter and exclairr,ed-~
'Why what are you about? Don't you
know that luyiug tax on tea in Boston
once raised a thundering lauss there?'
tbif* Mr. Buchanan said in bis speech
iu the city of Baltimore, tiiat he had made
more speeches on the subject of slavery
than any other man living—and on more
sides of it, he might bare added.
The &<ttonal'' CV.i .Idle, —. Wha
cl'thnh is .Mr, Burh n upon the Free
SI ifcs! The Richmond Enquirer (cbii
Buchanan organ 111 Virginia) is one of
the roost secno.ial newspaper in the
country, and n challenges its neighbor
of the Richmond Whig 'to cite a single
instance of a clear and unequivocal
s'ruggle in which Mr. Buchanan did net
espouse the interests of tho South.' The
Enquirer supports Buchanan with all
its heart for the following rea:-ous duly
set faith:
•Because he apposed tbe confirmation
of E lwaid Everett as Minister 10 (ireat
Britain, an the account of his (Mr. E's)
opinion that Congress has power to
ab iish Silvery in the District of Colum
bia.
Because be was an early, steadfast
and efficient friend of Texan Annexa
tion.
Because be was an early, steadfast
aud efficient foe of the Wilinot Provi
so.
Because he promptly and heartily ap
proved the repeal of the Missouri Com
promise and the doctrine of the Nabraska
Bill, excluding the humbug of Popular
.Sovereignly.
Because he voted in Congress to via
lite the U. H. Mails, rather than allow
led in, seized their vic'mi, aad held him
securely until Waters could take aim.— abolition documents to be sent South
They then released him, and Waters ward.
i fired.
was not killed by the first Because be spontaneously from im-
pulse and deliberately from conviction,
endorsed and approved a platform which
presents au epitome of the rights of the
South.'
3M JB U TZIAXJ I3\T NOTHING.
Important Siattmenl.—The editor of
th* St. Louis Democrat, writing from
Jefierson City, the capital of Miisouri,
on tiie 29th uit., says:
Tlinrcare no cannon in JfffVrso:.City.
but two spiked unmounted ones in the
basement of the rapitol
assassin there corresponding with assas-! requires no comment, but it calls far itn- I
eins and their associates here, speaks
volumes.— Val. Bulletin, June 16fA.
Jo the Voters of tkt 2d Congressional
District of Iowa.-— Some exp'anatteri may
seem ue from me as the Republican
nommee for tuen.bcr of Cougress, for not
being mure actirely engaged in Uie pre
.sent canvass.
I left Dubuque on the 2Sih nit., for tbe
southern end of the district, intending to
devo einy time un ii the election, iu see
ing the people, and addressing them as
generally in those subjects row occupy
ing the public mmd. as my abilities and
circumstances would ailo*v. On the 3d I
inst., intelligence reached ipe at Iowa
Cii of the deuth o? a daughter. I im
mediately returned to my uffiictud fami-j
ly. I found my wife prostrated on a bed I
cf sickness, requiring my presence. We
are in hopes that her health may shortly
be sucn, that 1 may be ausent tiom home
with propriety. If this shall be so, I shall
endeavor to visit this district as exten
sively as some will uilow.
Interesting Documents.—A number of
documents from Washington arrived at basement of the rapitol Sttrltnz Price to the repeal ol the Missouri~Comprmi^! i
the post ofhre yesterday, per Golden Governor of Missouri, 0 St^te nominally I««?. to the policy of the present Admin- B.iimv imoMi-i tn^r-'n
uate, addressed to Ned MoGowan, Btlly a/ peace, with tke United States, stnt I istration, to the extension of slavery in I Total c*peD*wof Kr»adjaro«rtS^I#
jVIuliigao, Charks Duane and Jas. P. twelve pieces of cannon and twenty two Kansas, and in favor of the admission of ol irt i*V» $
Casey. They Were ir&uked &y Hon. P. boxes of muskets to Jltchti..n and String- Kansas as a free State for restricting the tvSarw.'f ^wr^ltS iurvaftllw
fcllotr, fur the cbiUfvest of Kansas a ter- action of the Federal Government to the
ritory of the Ututed States. This fuet1 principle* of Washington and Jefierson,
disgrace Missouri by electing the Price,
Atchison, and Stringlellow ticket whi.-b
is headed by 1'rusten Polk? Surely fil
ibusieriain is not democracy,nor are pub
lic ciiminals ueces*arily nuiioml demo
crats! This cannot be the creed, nor
these the apostles ot democracy—the
doctrine of humanity.
W hat a picture is this for American
citizens to look upouf Not only is pi
racy on tlio rivers of Missouri permitted
and justified, but it is actually aided and
encouraged by the State authorities by
loan of arms belonging to the Govern
ment? 'Wo will subdue you!' is the
inax:tn.
ReF~Many a true heart, that would
have come back like a dove to the ark,
after its first transgression, has been
frighteued beyoiiJ recall by tiie euergy
loo v and met.ace, the taunt, the aavage
charity, of an unforgiving spirit.
865"* God made both tears and laugh
ter both for kind purposes for as laugh
ter enables mirth an I surprise to breathe
lieely, so tears enable sorrow from be
coming despair and madness: and laugh
ter is one of the very privileges of rea
son, being confined :o the human spe
cie*.
Hindoo Id'a of I h* English.-—
Reverend G- Pierce was once crossing
a river in India, when he met wilii a na
tive carpenter, and entered iu'o a c..u
versauoti with bun about idolatry. 'Oil
said the man 'the gods I believe are
the English people.' Mr. Pierce told
him it was wrong to say so. 'Why,
l»ok, r-join» the man pointing to an iron
steamboat, 'when we put iron into the
iter it sinks but when you put it in it
swma. 'i hen look at the bridge which
you have made. All our learned men
1
con' never have made it.'
spoke of a balloon that had been sent
up a short time before, and added, 'Do
not the gods live up iu the sky? One of
your people went up in that little round
thing. I do not know where, flying ti
where the gods dwell. Then Mr Jones,
who httili your house vonder why he was
bulking in fbe fields, and he smelt coals,
and said, 'Dig do»vn there" and they
dug down, and found coals." All this
was said in a breath, to the great as
tonishment of Mr, Pierce.
Seamer .Yorfhem Indiana Burns
Fifteen or TwrnJy Lives Last.-~DETEOIT
July 17.—The.Meamer Nor.hern Indi
ana took fire about 11 o'clock this morn
ing, 011 her passage to Toledo, and burn
ed to the water's edge.
IiIo.jt of her passengers and crew were
saved by the Steamer Mississippi, hut
fifteen or twenty amo were known to be
on bo«rd are missing. Some of tuem may
have been saved by tne propeler Repub
lic, which assisted in picking up passen
gers.
A committee of passengers on board
the steamer Mississippi, collected two or
three hundred dollars to aid the suffer
ers.
TerriuUs Railroad Disaxt*r.—PHILA
ottPHtA, July 17.—A terrible collision
ol two 'rt n» took piare on the aftern
of the 17lh on ihe Northern Pernsy
ma railroad, by'which l'roin sixty to one '2CM
children of the St- Nicholas Sabbath
school, on an excursion.
Father Sheinlau, under whose super
intendence the excursion took place was
killed, and his body brought to Piiiledel
phia.
The excursion train had some 1,100
children, with their parents and teachers.
Mr. Van S arven, conductor of the
down tiatn which caused *be accidcnt
to-day has committed suicide by taking
arsenic.
Wm. Lee, the engineer has been ar
rested and committed for examination.'
New
•00
YORK,
Republican Platform.
Wiit* CAS, This Convention of Dele
gates, nssrnibled in pursuance ol a call
addressed to the people of the United
States without regard the past pol ucal
differences or division*, who are opposed
a"d
for the purpose ot presenting candi-
peachmeut. M.tny a man for lesser i dates for the offices of
crime had to streach his neck across the Vice President
block. W i II the cotiservaiin^ niassf* of Jit"*oirol, Tnat the maintenance of the
Missouri he do.maul under Uusootra.'e? principles promulgated in tiie Dectara-» Aug.
It would justify a rovoauion, even be-'
l'oti
fore the inevitatle one of the fourth of I ^ie Federal Coustuution is essential to' 1^'1
Aiigusi and by no other means than the
{l,e
President and
oi Independence and embodied in ^P'-%i*
preset vation of our Republican insti-
balJot-Lox. Will cumnierce, which lev- lotions ihdt the Federal Constiluti n, the feo. :i
es peace because it flourishes only in tiie rigfiits of the ates, and the U.-uour orM.**1'
calm —will St. Louis and all the loyal j*"11 STATES SHALL BE preserved. i u»
citizens of the State, espouse and rntify Resolved, That with our Republican Mm
fillibuslensm on our own territory, and
at'lurs
vve
,ul''
h"ld it tj be a seli-evident i v
'bat all men are endowed with fhe I -Fan- 1^
gal existence to slaveiy 111 any territory
of the United States, wii l'Mlie piesenU^M
Donstitutiou shall be maintained.
Resolved, That while the Constitution i
•f tbe United States wns ordained and .»
estabiisiie i in or k-r to establish a re Dec
perfect union, secure justice, insure do
imstic tjaiiquility, provide for the com-' "t
men defense and secure the blessuvjs of
liberty, an I contains ample provis-uus for
power oi (roverrunent, tyrannical and uu-
And then lie constitutional laws have been enacted aud
enforced the rights ol the people to keep
aud bear arms have been grossly lufriu
ged test oaths ol an extiaordiaary and
entanuimrr nature have been imposed as i
a conJiuon'd exercising tho rgiit ol suf
frage, and holding ofiice§—the right oi
aa accused person to a speedy and public
iriut by an impartial jury, has been do
nied the. right of the people to be secure
in their houses,p4pers and effects againat!
unreasonable searches aud seizures has!
been violated they have been deprived j#n
o! life, liberty aud property w.tuout due
process of la.v the freedom of speech aau
the press bat been abridged, tho right to
choose their representatives has been
made cf no effect murders, lobbeinsand
arson have been instigated and encoura
ged, aud the ifen ieis have been allow
ed to go unpunisued yet all the^e things
ituvo been rt««u«? wit i!,e knowledge mm 1^
sanciion and procurement ol the present 1
admi.jisii.aiou—Use President, bis advx-,1 ^l*r«
sers, agents, sup 011era, a,io!o|ists utiii ''r^
accessories, eituer before or after the!
(acta, be lure tbe country and beiore the 4 ly
world, and that it is our fixed purpose to i
tr.ng the actual perjetrotors ol the atro
cious outrages, and their accompli.** to
a sure and coi.Jigu ptiu!shi..enl hereaf
ter.
'Resolved, That Kansas shall be ad
mitted as a State of tb« Union wilh her
on present free msuiuuup, as at once the
a.|most
effectual way of seeming ta her cit
.11 and
lbe
Ths train this evening brought down two immediate const/action ol uu em.
four bodies burned to a crisp. They grant route ou tho Ui e of tiie raiii
were those of John Dillon, two brothers Resolved, i hat approf ria'ior:s by
Royce, and one name unknown. Tne'giess lor the improvement of rivers
remains were gathered up and brought i harbors of a national character, re' .•
this city. 27 bodies havu not been
"ccognized. and they afe so badly bun,
ed it is feared they never can be.
July 18.
Mr. Stsnwood, who was assaulted at
the Metroptitan Hotel on Wednesday
night through his counsel, Mr. Busteed
filed a petition yesterday 111 the Super­
enjoyment of the rit
hundred persons are said to have been privileges to uhicli they are cutitled, and j'
killed. of, ending the civil s'.nlo n-m luring in
Tbe cars were filled wit!» scholars and ber territory,'
worthy of American- diplomacy, and
would bring shame upon auy govern
meut or people that gave it their s^ac
tion.'
Resolved, That we iuvite the affl
tion and co-operation of the r:i'?n ol ail
parlies, however dliferent from us i1 oth
respects, in support of the principles
or Court for damages in tho sum ot ^2,- |,ereiu declared and believing that the
against VICKS, who was tuken into
8p,rit 0f our
custody, aim was required to givo uail it* I cous!.itutiou of our country, gii.tnu-lees
the sum of to.000. liberty of conscienoa and eq i.tiit
1 here weie six deatiig in (IM Uty ye»- rights among the citizens, we oppos.
tciday from sun stoke. Jegislftim nu'tntirin iJ^ir »'v
TERMS, $1 50 in ADVANCE.
.Uly
undeniable right of liberty and the pur
suit ot huppinea- that the pri aary object Total
and ulterior design ol our Federal Gov
ernment was to secure tu n rignts to ail
persons within ite exclusive jurisdiction
that as our republican fath&rs, when they
had abolished slavery in our national ter
ritory, ordained that no person should be
deprived of life, liberty or prop rty with- 1
out due process of law, it becomes our
duty to maintain this provision of the'
CoiiJiiu'nn ngainM all attempts to v 10- j/w. ."
late it for thu jnjrpose of establishing sia*
very in tbe Uuiie'l States by positive leg ..
islation, and prohibit iu extension there
in that we deny ihe authority of Con
gress, of a territorial legislation, or of
any indn idtml or ^soriauon. to give fe.'fcpt
Aog
3epL
SI
If
I i
Feb.
April
Ri tofvni. That the Const itutien Con
fers on Congress so'oreign povv-r over
the territories of the IT. S., for their gov
ernment .?• me exercise of their j*n*sr.
it is tbe riget of Congress to prohibit in
th« territories both polygamy and slave-1 Total,
ry.
ihu protection of life, liberty and pr pcr-1 $***•
iy 01 ev.-rv citiZ'.-n, tt:a clearer. Con. uiu
tiona! rights ol the people of ka. was have
been fraudulently and violently taken
fiom them, their territory has baim inva
ded by an armed force, spurious and pra
tended judicial and .-xecutive ollkuis,
hive been s «t o«er them, ky whose usur
ped authority, sustained by the military
22
1 Jim
n
11
i:
2*
"i
tl
Tot I.
11
NO. 31.
Judfc's Report,
for Ibajrear euiia^ Julj
follow*
TUj, A.
1*S5. af*
Total Ktps*n«ea of Auf. elect!93, *4."
Arn pttia thvreoa,
Htl»ne«da« thoreon.
177.00
to.«u
To K. M. lt:imitt,
A (}tr»Tt,
VVt-Us Mincer.
Fe
J.
4m ,uu.t #4i4 /or Panp'r*
Shv
l)*
14
Toll
Mar. 2
Jutiii il
4 n
Resolved, That the highwayman's plea aVi p-ud on tu i .•••
that might makes rght, embodied iu the F-b. v.Vwi, l*^..-.
Ostend circular, was in every respect un- |1
Resolved, That a railroad t- t'.e T....
fie Oceau by the moro central and .'
tical rou e a imperatively denande^ oy
the luicref's of the whole counirv, audi
ih it the Federal Government outfit to ,' ,j(
1 r- AuMiH ji Jii to. r^ i:i
render immeuiate and eiucieut uiu in its vit-,
consti ucuon, and as au auxiliary thereto, j,.-.u.lj.i. at ..ny iu
ior the accommodation nr. 1 s curiu
our cxis'uisr coiii,.,i rce, are uu'h •nzo
the Constitution and justified ly toe
ligation of Goteiiniieut to protect ti."
lives and property of i.a citizeos.
~«.4U
*16 !W
.w
M.70
3.CU
Sept. term of court lhjA,
^mo'iiit pii.l th*r«oQ, 1ft Sd
Total cost of p'jtit iroM at sept, (em *5S, #3 10
Amount paid thereon. 7.'.0o
Total ain't pud oo. uUlcterii for nlarlrs, 1028.31
Total amount paid for books ami statloMIfy.
as follow*.
To t.iue -V i i5 j,i
do in 40
Jo ft 00
3
W (nlWI,
4 4l
Eli Al*tns 8iHi
K. BurneH. IS.?*
Smith 5. Lord,
2 ?f
Cl*rk Kno't, 1,73
I.uiw.t" Cole*, 14 00
do 28 00
!I A. Porter, 23.5U
William L"*, J4 00
A P. Luw, 10.50
15 05
ta' wiii»i? rJtpmJcJ Repute on
Huwc ind far jixturr* i Offieet,Mjoiljipr.
o O 7 5
M. 1. Wiliianason, 2.)0Q
J. W. hagiey, 1 50
Jdai•« li' ijan. 3 71#
M. I). Williamson, 2^00
Chatlee Noio, 2 75
M. IV V/itnamwD, IOOO
Cyrus Suplcs, filAJ*
24
Oet
Dm.
Ripley, 1 00
A. ihert, KM)
II. I. Brown, 17173
(.florae Ti itcb, 44 40
Jasmcx iijers & Cu., 190
Amwot erp-odti'l on Court House, 93W
Amount paid to Officer's AttittunlJi I Dtpis-
fj
j,
0
8. 8 Danh^
Abn»r Pistk
A. w.
Joho Fyia,
8. 8 I'i-"le,
Otaren^e E«fag
do
do
A%Ber Piatt,
•SIM
tWl
«7.30
*».W
1*4
4.00
«R»0
$ j83.fi
immmff etpenat* for W«*4tm4 C«m! /tr
the Court tb «•#.
I'o J. P. Co*. (00*1) ft«Q0
10
l'»
27
CUpp, «.IT
U More land, f.f.»
H. C, I'in'.t.
0. M'irelaiid, lt.OO
U. P, Ri.-ev"#, It.Oo
A. P. WhUtier,
J.ba V' \Vi, Inn*. liiM)
a (tiniuM. an
HieUe*
113'
.!mount pit fr Mtci?i:mc-i
*hcl*!t.,tg 'irtic.'c* finninhed OJfirei, Laud*
rc:ir,mtet ftotn tux ml, t, etc.
pr
i'tu
1!
1
1 t%%
4-«t
Jaint-f i uk,
SI*.
l£tui'lst
0. Swctlaud.
i^haw, y Co.,
Wetla ripiect.
Mar.
April
Tot.l,
1-.54I
'.00
-M
i't* i
.*• To C«fatro thp. (,F.Kewu^i) t199
do do
Iowa (Mrs. W/m ,1
12 W
W
Ihi
f0
",'W
rj
Centra (Newing*)
do d'i
Iowa (Mrs. Wyia-r
Centre
Jai.
uvb
A'Mi I I
1 :o
ort n
Wells
tl'Vl Kg.
1QM
S7 60
n««
~m,)
Ca. Jail.
8160
u mi
l(M.(Ki
2 tOiti
75 10
fio.au
1«00
4on«W
do
Total,
Amount ei)»
N -v. 6 7
o„ v.'c.mnl
Mn iiael luy.
'u it Ragaa,
Jo 'epb I
l/jj & l'.uker,
Jus", L^e,
Lea !f Patk«r,
dc
do
Lee& Moff.-tl.
27
Dec. 3
.i-l,
1 Am't **p %Ue4
Nov. U
it
'liar.
KvO 00
MQlt
170 ye
71«*
mp
Jewph l.«e,
L*4 off-it,
VViUiam Mom:,
Lse ilciLtt.
1712
laquur Age*fi$»fir Ltqntr.
Vo W It. Ta'tnii, las 8fi
A. Gilbert.
474#
3JO
C. AriLf:-atruat.
lli:di A
do
Fe i %1
20146
210.0.'
"irfl'i 1
H. .iry I'lgjrno'i
f,y).!,
Vi'ia M. Kiott,
I tlieruou
io»
:tao
il i: cctfoij
,V! ,jt
idec'loa
Aiu'l expt!iidf!j on •c. of April ciec
tl..:, li»:.(!.
Total ,i\-p n ¥e of s i' ol»ctloa
To 1: a» oi p.jfcit iroas for 1
ict I jk
tin u .t 1 l'i»r n
'otui en,, nsa PalPtT- »a.' s-r*:
*--i rs 4V i"fin
A u u o i i i 1 i o i
01 c-v^wuss o»'giaa! ,r.
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i)
-i xj
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in 1»
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IS. ijro* :. i?
SIUJ iii i ih-riKui *.
it weir. rotate r.*. J.
vVadiuli .'c J. v»
V.BW4I.: po 4
Kooapittiiat on.
Tota' a-n't oTex_v*fn
a ii iti4 t^s year as foUw x:
)a ad. of A eir a 77
l'-t
1
i
institutions as well 3 the
i" -'«v4- t-..r:aof c^if, 1#,00
ui J»I 11 :-T DO do 32.70
il *iuii:.-jtfsi Utii^e g. jjjy do
P« Mi juror* do CS.Uf
:5alai ics t.» O'iuer.s I02H3I
-B OKS u» 1 s'at.o iery,
do
U »ir»to v ourt H.iuv, 3KS.Si|
UiM..x rV uhm*, 28J yft
'A'o 1 a: .1 F.H !, SI3,7ft
do
W.
73
1 '.'ta t®
a a I 3 3
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