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TtPTWI AiVERTISER*
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WlMCe., Iowa.
"1 OFFICE V COUNTING ROOM
Vll THOHM IMH WinTbbCOCUTT CMI.
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4fl. paid at end of the year, 2 5*t
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JUTfl OF ADVERTISING.
cehuao 1 year, $00 00
do. noath«, 30 0
do. 3 months, 20 00
•alf colwo 1 jtar, iQ 00
da. 6 months, 80 00
do. months, 15 00
Quarter column 1 year, 18 i 0
do. 0 UDIiW, 12 00
da. 3 mouths, qq
LEGAL NOTICE*
square 1 ineertion, ft
#ach additional insert1*, per square, oO
psqwarv month*, 4 00
do. month* 6 co
do. 1 car. 10 00
do. 3 montaa, 5 00
do, rnontte, 8 00
U. 1 yetr, 18 no
ae nmf* u 1? lines Brevier.
TIPTON ADVliRTIS£R
Having purchased a Rood **d sufft-ient se
lection of m*'ci i*l, the Publishers n w pre
pared to do iivariy every description of
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A.
I
«r
AMD—
•ift'ijJEiitH- iiMJUiBN
la a satjgf ictorjr manner and eta fursuh at
itutrt Ui'lice,
i Bond*,
O I I «1AL° A K S,
of «rerj kind ev^e ited with neatn^aa a^id 1e«
pateh.
meemsB*
WCLU itnu u,
Attornoy at Law
Alad iolicivor li* Chancerjr,
wi,.».
yrvftft MMMi to ,i- tiyf
(anTcyp lug
•mA Tu'««•' tl r. ,:
JlfO. L. FIA^
(fOKMikH.T v? rs:urvKP. r*
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
«4iu uani) iuHii.
w.y ^auc.a.'t} kt *nd a 1 tiu-ii la kl eart, ta
-.hit «i I it. -km*.
tr'lCS-l. th»' mi lltm» wit', iht (V«oif ^^'wyor
»'l)- n'o« !h»
MTtTlPIATT,
ATTOBSTT *M- C\::.MH.'.oit AT LAW.
(LL Purchase and tell Ileal Catite. locate
.. Land Warrants, attetid ti th» Payment cf
Tacaa, ln*c«tig*ti"n ot" titles,cnnvi'y:iiiriiij,Jtc.
PartiCuUr aitciuion. »»ifen toco)lciioit«. All
tiuMu'* tntruitod to bi" cura. wilt be attended
to w''u Prvm, top*# and
(Mroffice in the Court House witiyilto Re
czraer. lipton, Iowa.
S. •. THATtB. J. CABaKAPDCM.
THAYER & CARSKADDEN.
jfttolrn^js Mb t'eM^jilorjS qi
Qlineral Land A -er.t,,
Mu*cnHnt, Iowa.
€fui our Burneit' Book-btorit
eond Mre« t. 1 ly
BOBT. N. LOXU,
TfWnCE OF THE PCACLaml Notary Pub
Im. Tipton, Iowa. nl
JOSEPH IJNDtiEY.
OTARV Publir, Rochester. l»wa. Office
in the Post OtEce. v2i.l-ly
N
JOHN HUBEIt,
ATTORNEY
AND COUNSI.LLOR AT
LAW Vftlcr at his residence near lipton
County, Iowa.
JAMES W. BAGLRT.
ATTOr.*KV AT LAW,
and Justice of tb« Peace,
ty*Office with th« Coanty Judge in th*
Court House. [23]
—N ~A A RON (ITI.BE RT,
TWnr. il,Eft IS DRiUS MEUIClXE*,
tt lys Stuffs, Psinta, Oils, tUVH, Criveriss,
To H, Hardware aad wy Motions.—
Tiptou, Iowa. nl
Wm. Ross, M. D.
ItoctW pbyilrlsn m»«l SnifMs,
W'tlhrn, Miw atmt Co., Iowa.
Will practice on the Electic System, at WU
on and vieu.ity.
jAncv c. Tt n*
eit.
Y 8 It: I A AND S U i E O
Offi' e, Ko
^111 practice in Tipton and vif inity
f, faa^pulity row, South «r th
ourtUouM.
J. SMITH,
PHTPICUN AND glJRT.EOK.
Oflce at the Iowa House, Rochester, Cedar
*Cunty, Iowa.
DR. TH. REt,
PHYSICIAN
AND SURaEOI', Rochester
(dar county, Iowa. nl
KEIAS SHAWBEIL
ILf ERCHAN r—Dealer in Dry tinmli, Gro
ceries, Crockery, Ac. CeJar Bluifs, CM
dar county, Iowa.
DB. W. I. ftCOTT,
Tenders Itis professional services to the peo
|.e of and vicinity. Special attrition
SrngisTiptonofcf
ven to cues long standing. Office at the
Store Dr. A- Hall.
RrrraacwcK.—The f. culty of Jefferson
Medical college Philadelphia Starling Af«ii
ca4 coliere c« Iambus Ohio Pennsylvania Hos
pital Philadelphia Hr Huff Wheeling.
H. P. COWAN.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
1 Wish to to make this place my future home
1 therefore tender my services to the «i'lsens
of the lawn and vicinity, in all the brsncln-a of
the otpseion. I wil practice Pl--*\c Surgrrf,
wpplyfng /V/lrt/netet RrmtJvhu Dtjtett.
office near the Temperance Hotel.
Tipton, ian. 1, 1356. l.iy.
EDWARDS & CARROLL,
B,ZP«,CEiN2-
Superintendent a
,0-r°or,b ,torr.
I'o-t Office
ja^Wlnfa, Brady si Davnpmt. Io»%. 2.r»t.f
rCTCR r. HMITK,
"WHt smnta AMO BLANK BOOK MAMjFAcreaaa,
•*****,
oppotit* Pit Offict, Mu»e%ti%t,
•ng cf?«
PriBUn
'^uhiig and hind-
stvla a_ executed to order iu the
0B ,hort
aotice, aad ou reasonable
Old
E E A N E O U S E
PATTERSON FLENNUO,
TIPTO*. IOWA.
A PTK HOUS E
BY R. S. TUCKER.
Corner of Dobn^ and Jeffersoa Strfftt.
low* City,
S. S. DANIELS.
PROMPI"
AT1O*NET CoVNSKTtOR AT LA*.
attention paid to Collection.. Will
and »V ®f r'-lt0 'he Pa
Cleveland Ohm
L® ,of
OFFICE
rn,en, ot
an
DaV"PIa.ura.ce
edVc *J on""
•lock c: mutual system.
orrics THE COPKT HOVSK OV** TH*
*3- ci.Eax's i,riiC£.
Cr.OrRH HOf'sK,
STi*
1 0
Pr°Prl®*or.
wrner of Walutiujw Stmu.
*t aCVMSE low A.
aL!?.""1 "f'00
u mjoa iu Bc»t» few
ft. .._ Good Stabling.
10 iht koau vu mm
ILVIE HOISE.
Ccrner of Water S me a:id Iowa .W,
"i *n
fn o-iy ca
Hwit'in c« *P*»y.
tnf^ t*-.le t4«• «onv«nUi Cfltc
ugt »n
B1KELEY HOUSE.
TlPTuX, IOWA.
th Uot»t 1st HKW 'to* S wh.c^ j9 ou»o»1
.Lrif,1 ,,:
c^rV ,,' v.
J«Ua II. Direle Prop
1L *. WILUtiM. L. ElfH' I BKKOl'K.
£!E2UfiiA' 2.^52,
Wll.LlAks A KirilEl.HERGEn, proprietors.
Wttt'rloQ) Iowa.
I -V 8 L7 I« 4 E
2E 3NT A.
INSURANCE COMPANY,
ABTfOBD, CJ5!».
Incorporated A. 1619—Cash Capital
$500,000.
THE
UadaraiDP I ha'inii koas. appofaied
A«entf'»r tusoi ..» ri-ilahto Company, Is
firepa.od to istue policies o?i fa%'orah!« ter'ai,
WF.Li.S -PI KH, Agent.
Office in the Court House, Tipton, Iowa.
TO no 71 TO ITORB.
O N .ivr «ta 8 S I t.
Mi rrhants T„r»i.'v l.ca
Th« »bove firm keep c. «:an*ly on ha .d full
supoly ot
/i-y Goal* Grocerttt, Hardvea-t, CUtthing,
Hah an Ca ». Boot* *nd SAoet,
And si I kind of
Goods needed by the Community
Net A u.iiy
A
Pi SI U K,
Denti*l», Ctdar fitj Ioui
Bm the pleamre of *nnnuncnr 'o the cIS
ofTip.on an 1 ricinity, that'hey luvt m-le
arrao,reiiients that out 1 them »n. tn* in Tip
to.i fii thi iiict Monday in oh monih. »ud cpeud
o *t- k In tbe praotiut* their pmt')m.iou.
A 1 np^ritlona euiruftcd to then I be ixe
cuu'i iu n.iwt uikmaulik- nrtmT.
^dr_»iTlc' at the Tt ir.p'riinc» Ho i«\ 20 ly
Exchange OflSoe!!
SIGHT
Tipton, Iowa,
DRAFTS on Now York can be hud
of th" Subscriber in sums t.) snit purchasers
Certificates of Deposit, and Drattsoo the
Enslfiu Cities casi.fd.
Anerican Gold in ished at a small premium.
Ofirt oitr StctUanJ in Snylc-'i tore
WM. H. TI'THII.L.
Tipton, Jandiry 1, '."'fl
J.H. G0WER, BROTHERS ft CO,"
I N K K I S
DEAI.KHS JN K CHANGE
k K l»
LAND AGENTS.
CWMT at CItotoa and \V»sht«etOB gtree
•8v3 ly ha a My* Ima.%
W|MJAM Fff,^
BOOK aiTVJDBIl,
I i I'ji
One ill*' P«*
Blank
Books, an K.n I- kr onstant
ly on hand. C't-'iniirs supplied with all
Kinds of HUnk* H«-coi(*s and other books tor
County offices, at s tort nauce.
S. O. POsrrr,
nl
c. NOSTH AM.
mill'HAM,
Dlltrefi A.
UK A
I
K Its
Clucks Watch's, ni Jetrriry,
SILVEH WARE SPECTACLES,
Cutlery Fancy Goodt and Toys.
eeruliri u»|.» uUK*. T«n n»r or !.««» u»
*To«k' S,«K. auSCiTiJIB. IOWA
i'viiiuiuT attention given o all kiudf
nf .t pvring. Mf.
HOI 8CS FOR HiALE.
THE
urdPMiciied f.frcrs for sa'e Iwo comforl
a?tedw II.i.s houses «inated in Tipton
thie is a house of good M/.e, and tin- oilier a
cuinfintabie house a -mall faintly. Both
with gocd lots. 136tf JS H. STAK.
s. i. aiasa. m, m. aAirroaa.
IIIDER & SANFOltD,
S, Msoas TO TCTILK I'Ul.,
WII.TOV, Hfri.
W holosale and retail dealers fa
DRY GOODS, GUOfEIES, Elf.
SJiots, Cloth ing, IJii !ware.
and all kinds of agricultural implnmonts. Al-o
(Jeucrttl Forwarding «nd Commission Merchants,
tpe httrhe^t nevk»"» pi'ee paid in c*sh for all
kinds of Farmer*' Produce. 23 ly
E N I S Y
Dr. IV. If. alios s, Surgeon Dentist
ANNOUNCES
XMrDBPHOTmiT IKTAlali
BVCK snooTnio.
All.—'- Wiil they nui m*.
0, why should we rote for Buchanan,
For Breckenridwhy should srs go?
Are they any ),^Mer 'bun
taxes
the HAWIUVE IIMAA*«
Or Picrce and bis Stringfcll.mcrcw?
No. the people to triumph will thundSfw
Frsm Mouataina and Prairies, to aee—
Our Platform is, Freedom for Kansas!*
Oar motto, Free Homes for the Free!"
Old Back's an old tbgy, a bine light,
A federalist yet he remiins.
All the Dt r-ocntic blood in his body
w
h'cUr"" i-»ot
Mutcuine, Iowa^
MLOltoe LOW, Proprietoi.
I t. K. r.i
K
.rt, I..J, re-.-4-.j ttte
1- af-jvr -i»uiKV Uuifst. and i,:' .M isli. iUa
*iu»i limn Xu
tr aii -li-fm'lt.'tj ,U e»«rf
Long ago he let oui of his reins!
Will Democrats turn to be bucktails,
A party of Bucktdils! we'll see!
Our Piatfirm is. •'Freedom for Kaaaaa!"
Oar motto, -Free Homes for the Free!''
Can poor men forget to remember,
When old Buck was willing to greet
The day when Meehsnios should labor
For tea cents a d-y and no meat?
He may take in his horns and forswear It,
Can he Llot out the record? Not he?
Our Platf jfm is, Freedom for Kansas!"
Oar motto, "Free Ho
mas for the Free!"
0! tbs Fre Working Men of lows
C«n th'uk, aad will act for thetaselres!
They'll slaughter old Buck and his antlers,
And I ra dry up on the sh Ires.
And th. Breakin' bridge oon will bt broken,
A Kentucky ruia 'tn iil be!
Our Pia for« is. Freedom for Kansas!'*
Our motto, "Free llomes for the Free!"
0! who has forgotten 'be slanders,
The libeU of Adam's day—
Of bargain, intrigue aad corrnption.
Set afloat by old Hack upon lay?
Then w can you vote for Buchanan
Old Whigs csa ruu anhwer it—say?
Our Fla form it, "Freedom for Kansas'"
Our moUu, Free Homes for the Free!"
Osiaptljn Kong.
TtJKE—" 1
litkpit and hit DmeJi.'%
is Buchanan was walkiug by the White Heuee
one day,
His eyes did rull apwarJs, and thns he did say
I am lsokln for lodg.ngs, and this it the thing
^o I guess I will take it quite early next spring."
Caoscs—Singiag to la lal Is ral la to ral la*
Then bowing quite lowly to the people around,
Me called them the bra*est he ever hart found.
The Suu'h was his darling, the North was his
pride
Asd in shaking of Kansas he teaittfy »!gb«d—
CHosrs—SInging to la, ftc.
I am yours, my dear people," he ferrently said
And 'tis for that reasos 1 nerer shall wed
I'll be your protector, yours truly stone,
Year joys and your sorrows shall all b« my twa."
CBDKVS—Mging to 4c.
I as thus he ww tetlUas «wel tbisge to the
crowd,
Wlica the vvice af th* Ptoplt roet up very Joud
Mere coaiesJuasi aa4 JESSIE, so clear out of
the way,
Tie too late in the season for yon t* hay."
Caauus—Siuglu^' to la, Ac.
"Wg go for Free Ss&ni, Trm Press sad Fm
Speech,
And my g.cat things that Freedom doth tsaeh,
We want no old fogies to crus'i us wain wrong
.So cloar outof the way for JKSSIB and Juas!''
I'IIOKUS—Singing to Is, Ac.
Then Buchanan with weeping looked rowtd on
the crowd,
Bat slas for his f*tlink*, th»y cried rery loud—
Make way for brave FltKMOMT, our hero, raske
wsy,
I'M
E«N rldo Salt Hrer CwTw Csxrs a
DAT!"
Caobvs-Siagiag te Is, Ac.
o i n
Now all wire pullers t«ke warning by this,
Bre dreaming of gaining political bliss—
Don't kno.k at the White House, or facte
Sam's Farm,
Unless Freedom and Jessie do hang on yoar
a .-in!
Cii -v.ti .•—u ibg to la. Ac.
Matters and Things ia Kansas.
LA'.YRBICE, K. T., July 2Sth, 1956.
V
to the Citizens of Cedar and
atfj.tinine counti», that he i« tborouirhlv
poet«d In the late Improvement# of the proft-i
•ion. and is prepared to do ail in the "rte*t
notice apd in the most improved style. O.Uce
l«t Dr. H. C. GUI's, tear Bpringdale P. O. SM
I
lv
I—NUUTHAIJ IN
TiPTON, CEDAR Co. IOWA—SATURDAY, AUG. 16, 1850.
under Territorial law will be assessed
and collected at once, and this at all haz
ards. It will require no great degree of
forecast to tell what will be the conae
quence ol that rneaaure. Two things I
regard na cestaio, and these are, that
there will soon be a conflict between the
Northern emigrants and the RuffUus,
which will settle the question whether
Karsas is u rerrsin open to tree emi
gration or not, and the other is, that there
will be a b»g fight over the collection ol
taxes by the bogus officeri. Iheir own
men have hitherto refused to pay, aud
I cow for them to aiternpt to force these
taxes from the free St»ite men, will be
I signal for a general uprising. Lei us
wait a few days aud sue howtuc attempt
will succeed.
ing about the neighborhood, stealing from
lusuhitig, and terrifytrg free State fami
lies.
away for safety. '1 hey had the tr cattle
with them and families also. They re
port that a large pro-slavery force is con*
centrated in i^outhern Kansas, and they
Another of our citizens, a daguerreau
artist, was last week knocked off his
horse about a mile from town, in the ev
ening, by the three Ruffians. They
came up and asked ,| he i:yed in Law
rence .Mid beina answered that he did,
they took his money, pist i and every
thing ot value, then not satisfied, and to
OIJOA their southern liia^uanimity,
3Uel hed nun out upon the ground, one
Holding his hands and another his feet,
aud their victim is now lying dangerous
ly ill troin injuries received internally. I
could enumerate a dozen such cases
where men have been hunted out of the
territory,— had their horses and cattle
stolen, beaten themselves, aud knocked
down and robbed on the highway and
ali witinu the past two weeks, and all
archy. '1 hey do not recognize the forms
Mcstas EDITORS: —Just now there is wouid be attended to 'just when he d—d "But to tue question— 'Is Mi. Bucha
a lull in tf e storm, but active preparations! pleased.' Day is to-day held by the ruf-
are going on on the part of trie Ruffian i flans, and no one can tell what ihey will I
Party to lenew the conflict. They seem ido or wken they will do iu The healthy satiaiactorily. It would be enough to
'determined to carry ou their measures' provision of our Constitution that every i8'
ana to kill or drive out tiie free Sute sen- citizen shall have a speedy trial is of no
timent. Since the Ith the U. S. troops account in Kansas. Life is cheap with
have mostly been called iulo the Fort, ex- us and we are waiting to see what the
cept tvo detacuiuents, one ol which now Aiorth will do. I know our men are rea-
guards Gov. kobiusou stationed at Le-j dy to 'pitch in'so far as they are con-
couipton, and the other six miles South cerned, they have more than once dem-f
of I awieuce, guardiug and protecting a
Ruffian by tue name of Lahay, whose
n..use was the depot ot the arms stolen
from the tree State men at the sacking of
our lowu, until said depot was "cleaned
out"' some leu days amce by a certain
gentleman to me unknown. Wnlnn the
past two weeks the remuants of Bufford's
party together witu Missourians have
ceeu collecting in one camp in the south
ern poriiou of tiie Territory aud in anoth
er camp ou the Big Blue, near the Ne
1
hay, was waited upon by some men in I
ern emigrants will pass. Col. Sumner trom the teamster, who was carrying
has left me teir.lory and Gea. Smith is them to Lawrence, and also others who
number ot Missourians now congregated
along the Nortoern hue ot Kansas at best
accounts amount to several hundred, and
is being daily augmented. They have
canuou aud other arms, together with all
tue ammunition needed. While parties
of Northern emigrants have of late been
disarmed, these preparations of the otaer
party have been allowed to go on. It is
easy to see how the army is helping the
tree sentiment of Kansas.
Not** bjijait be«tt §J*eo that tax«»
was a
H.UtJ
NOTHING.
Who are the Disvnionistaf
The following extract! are selected
from authentic recordsof opinions expres
sed by men, all ol whom are prominent
supporters of Buchanan or Piltinore
By Senator Yulee, of Florida-
F^r my part, I am ready to proceed
to extreme measures, even to the dissolu
tion ol the Union.'
By Seuator Btocvn, of Mississippi-
If th« Wilmot Proviso is adopted, it
will raise a storm that will sweep away
this Union, and 1 pray God devoutly it
will do so.'
By Afr. Morse oi Louisiana—
4
The Southern man who will stand up
and say that he is for the Uniou, 'now
and foiever,'is mere dangvrous to the!
people he represents than those who are I
in open hostility. If California be trurn-
I said there was a lull in the storm, bat
do not understand that life or property is
st all safe.
this since
roe recite a few facts, for the truth ofjBy Mr. Stanton, of Tennessee
which I can personally vouch. IV hen the W.lmot Proviso is adopted,
mcled with a preamble declaringthe Ter-
Ye have had no such luil as nu ry now free, I am willing u dissolve
we hav« lived in Kansas. Let the Union.'
There has been enlisted into the rego- I and the South arc ready to walk out of
lar service quite a number of Buford's the Union.'
men. They joined the company station- By Senator Butler, of South Carolina—
ed south of us, and hardly a night has I do not make the sahatiou of the
since passed but these lellowshave some- Uu.on the paramount question
now got out of qunders and gone prowl- By Senator Mason, of Virgmm
4
It is the lime the yoke was thrown ofi*,
and the question s. ttled.'
By Mr. Coloock, of Georgia
Last Sunday, the 27ih inst., three fam
ilies passed through town on their way to .,1WWUL,
Iowa. 1 hey were foimeily from Illinois, 'dissolution of the Union.'
and ti Id us that they had been compelled,! By Mr. Mead, ol" Virginia
through depredations committed upon It you rxclude us, i am not wMnelo
tl.em, to abandon their claims, actually jsubnit. We intend to Imve
eave uieir com crops growing, and get the land peaceably if we can, forcibly if
I WAV for aafctv l.u
4
It the Wilmot Proviso should pess in
any form, I will introduce a bill for the
openly avow their mlt iiti,.t to be.'o make ards. ev. n should disunion result The
it e,-t L«» iL.s .... L. A* I __ 1 »4V
it so daruned hot that no free Stato family
can sny th®re. I saw these sufferers
myself, and they seeineu to tell the truth.
They had some thirty head of slock.
Horse stealing is a thriving business if
reports be correct. I venture the asser
tion that there is not one free Stale mau
witlnn 20 miles of Lawrence who has not
Imcf one horse, at least, stolen within a
few weeks.
Last week one of our townsmen while
coming into town, while some si* miles
out, down neer the U. S. camp, had his
horse taken away lrom him every dollar
he had about turn taken, and even his
revolver stolen, while he, himself, jusi
escaped ugher usage. This was done
by some halt dozen Ruffians.
ro n
MJ""
the charge
B'avery»
of their own laws, as the following fact I "How any one, acquainted with our
shows: On the 19ih inst., a Mr. Day, I political history for the last twenty years,
of Lawrence, was arrested on a charge jaDt'
of theft. They came with a mob to take P"r,0^
bun, aud kept turn lib the 28th inst with
out allowing him any hearing, and when
asked by his friends wiien he snould be
l.eard, the Justice ansvveied that the case
l'ie
nan
sou»d
ow
nan
l'me»
I II »nc uy «juuc-u oiaiea iroops ai lieCOin
mean oat they said he did not auo^t,
... o ... an-, over thirty stand oi arms, including j,e bogus laws enacted by Missourians,
bra ska i.ne, whereil is exp.»cted North- some taken at ranknn iu the spring,
now ,n command, and appears io wink at {had been taken from separate families, |er shaunon is reported to have said
tnese prepara i JUS making fur the avow-j were iound secreted about his house. He lt charged they must be tried—if
ed puiposeoi stopping all emigration in- acknowledged that they belonged to the
to Kansas via Iowa and Nebraska, as has i f.ee Mate men. The next day he had Not only Shannon, Stringfellovv, Atchis
btejdone up tue Missouri River. 1 ne the troops called and posted near hi3j0tliand the Border Ruffians frtneraliy,
.oioihii.' .vf \1 i rtnr i si 11£ tuitv Pi it »rt rorrn
tml
1
tieuse
lorif uudKr
S
|avery
muieu uuu i 8^^ witty doctor said that tight lacing i S'"'? P"5oners, but even Senator
I'hev have
PU^'IC benefit, inasmuch a# it killed
K,y
we must.
By Mr. McWillie, of Mississippi-—
The people of the South know their
rights, and will maintain them at all haz
..... iiiaiiii.ini wieui ai au naz-
South must defend their rights at the ex
pense of blood.
The followiag resolution was adopted
at a congressional caucus of Southern
Democrats, held in Washington, in Jan
uary, )84ii:
^4 Resolved, That the dissolution of the
Uuiun is preferable to the submission ol
the South to the W ilinot Proviso.'
1 he following toast* were drank at a
Democratic ith of July celebration in
Kansas:
Disunion. By secession or other
wise—a beacon of hope to an oppressed
people, and the surest remedy for South
ern wrongs. (Enthusiastic Cheers.')
4
I fu 'ily of Atchison —May she, be
fore the cl.'Se o: the year '57 be the capi
tal ol a great Southern Republic.Cheers.'
Iferbrrt and Keating.—'Any provoca
tion that may have been given for the as
sault upon him by the body of waiters,
was at the most a provocation of words',
A S U A O V A A I O N A S A S E V A N
SHOULD .NOT IL .WI: RH RIGHT TO RE
I-INTJ AND. IF WIHTE MEN ACCEPT
THE OFFICE OF MENIALS IT
..SHOULD BE EXPECTED T1IAT
while the third stamped his heel upon the THEY WILL DO So WITH AM AP
man's boweU. jThese Ruffians then leu PKEilFNSiON OF THEIR RELA-
TION TO SOt IE 1'Y, AND THE DIS
POSITION QUIETLY TO ENCOUN
TER BOTH 1 HE RESPONSIBILI
TIES AND THE LI \IUL| IIES
WHICH THE RELATION IMPO
SES.— Charleston Standard.
Laboring men who find it for their in
terest cr convenience to earn an honest
«*uvs MM v^a wo,|.tllH.m.C IU tt U IIUIU'M
under the nose of tke troops stationed to living by needed and honest service* ma
preserve the peace, lhe fact is th" peace bote), may lemn in the above theestlma
(s not ahd cannot be preserved in any tcon in which theV are hold by the lordly
euch way. So long as the territorial gov-j gentlemen who own, sell and flog those
eminent is made up of Ruflians, and so who minister to their wants.
iong as Gen Smith looks ou and quietly
them making ready lor another I Testimony of his
grand demonstration and winks at it all,! Charleston Mercury defends Mr. Bucha
we must exj.ect the present state of an-!
Fnends—The
ids Mr. Bucha-
of being hostile to
as
follows:
course of public men during that
cat{
now
rraigu Mr. jJuchanan
as unsound upon the question of slavery,
we are. wholly at a lo4s to conceive. lg
noiance or misconception is the only so
lution.
on slave ry?' This is the
,4bovc
ell others, to le answer-
'hut, from the first day Mr. Bucha-
•ain, "»to Congress to the present
h® uever given a vote or utter-
e(^
a
w-rJj
hostile to the intentions of
8''Wryi_*nd
c^aiia'i
onstrated, aud as the following inci-! ^TA i L. with a probability of Nebraska
I dent shows. Mr. Lahay, a pro sla- Mio,vi'ig suit.'
very man, had nude his house the head-
we believe that ii Mr. Bu-
is elected President, Kansas will
conie
Union as a SLAVE
ll'' SUl:^
'quarters ol stolen property,and kept sev-i ^rietl(I3 lhe Nig^ei 'I rading Democracy
era I ruffians to guard i'. Last week La- ^eny
?ery tnan-
the evening, and told todeliver up all me The Kansas Traiton."- Will Gov
arms beloiigmg to tree State men in -he Robinson, Editor Brown, and the free
h,use. He at first showed resistance,
but seeinar that his v.snors seemed to,
testimony coming from his
l'iat
their candidate
Slllle f)riso„ers, so
|0I1|?
hel(J iu
Vlle by UoUed
States troops at Lecom
try the ca9e8 in
tried
Jn Out Spoken Sou'hern Frits.
of true tndignauon about it that should
for the conduct of Brooks
heads with shame
'Our opinion is that Brooks disgrseed I
himself and brought the whole siTvery I V™*'
partinlly, and never have we known any
man so loully and unceasingly abused
aud viliified, as this same Suniuer.—
I Every dog of Southern agitation, from
j'Bose' Douglas down to the smallest
and most mangy that whines and snarls
in the unprincipled, sucV-egg train, hus
been barking at his heels but the tact
I has not been successfully hit, ti at their
spirit arises more from a knowledge of
his cool superiority of talent, than any
real difference of opinion jn principle.—
Douglas—than whom, in our humble
opinion, a more unprincipled and reck
less agitator never disgraced the Senate
I Chamber —has from time to time, hurled
at Sumner all his native and well culti
vated slang and then «Og, the king ol
Bashton'—Gen. Cnss, the old broken
down President seeker, and inconsistei.t
Free Soiler-— h*s nevr failed to chime
in with h's more solid invective and the
chorus has beep filled to every beut and
bar' w tb the yelpings of die little wool
ly-headed poodles from the South—men
who have no more principle, and but lit
tle more brain, than the African slaves
in behalf of whose chains they so injudi
ciously rave and rant. And finally, un
the influence of all this, Sumn»r be
comes somewhat desperate, and hurls at
his conglomerated assailants some thun
der bolls winch seiyl :hem howling in
hurried confus:rm and then, as a last
resort of revenge, one of the manly num
ber slips up to hitn in the Senate Cham
ber, finds him seated at ins desk, wming,
unarmed, and with great gusto, canes
him Wonderful feat And is this
the way Southern Rights are to be vindi
cated Are these tiie kind of cham
pions the South must look to (or her de
fence in the national halls of legislation?
Is it by such acts of slavish degradation I
as this, that the slavery of the southern
This is our opinion ot the Brooks and
Sumner affair—ouly the half is not told.'
Animals the first Doctors,—Would it
be suspected, after all, the crrative nrt
is to be traced even to the instinct of the
bruites? For example, the sagucsous
dog, when indisposed, may be seen to
or.act iiiielf the doctor, by a resort to the
fields to ea' a quamity of prickly grass—
an expec':ent which seldom fails of suc
cess, by acting ss an emetic. The same
with the cat, when she finds herself
a little under the weather,' forthwith she
sneaks off for some catnip.
There is a story related of an Arabhn
shepherd, who, having observed the
goats of his flock, as of'teu as they
laxative qualities of the cassia fistula.
Recognition in /feaven —I must con
fess as the experience of my own soul,
that the expectation of loving my trieuds
iu leaven principally kindles my love to
them while on eaith. If I thought I
should never know them, and consequent
1
itiUictmentc! for trenaon ao-airjgt
be tried| convlct
ed, and hnu"? The pro-
Court of
judge
Le
cornte is to
a^emler, aud Govern-
thirst tor the blood of Robinsou aud the
i
^uUS'as 'D
llie
-i! all tho foolish girls, and lflt th# Government i as shown itself equal to
ones to grow to be women. foreign war or to domestic defence
There are are three things a ja the exercise of its high function in all
woman cannot do to pass a bonnet s iop things accept the power to hang a traitor,
it'll!.our !,i(iL-ii,.v in i.r i.
witiiout looking in—to see a baby with
out kissing it—and to see a piece of lace
without in^uinog how much it was per
same spirit, says This
ivernment
foreign war or
I equal to any emergency that may arise
0
We intend to reduce to subjectiou those
who resist the laws and authorities, nnd
to punish rebellion and treason.'—Clcvt
land Htraid, f9ih,
ly never love them after this life is ended, 5'°'"
believing that I shall shortly meet them
with heavenly love.
Tht Boy.- -Tho Slavery democrats
i denounce COL. FREMONT, as a boy-—|
,°hld0 KywuTpo8e I
15^dtT
couv.cted-aHd'.f convirted, hunir.'
l!.ow
JAM« BUCHANAN
V*
ade or v,Hed against the spar wdh Great
Britain and wnat is worse than ail,!
tho born in the South, is opposed to Sla-
TERMS, $1 50 in ADVANCE.
S
his part for which no valid excuse can be !'nee""f
XO
The Story of Molly 9w«tt
The following manly strain from the! In the town of Granville there lived A
Minden Her-i!J, of Louisiana, has a ring
1
fCC*aXrlcL
"om*R
3',C
by
,, i Mollv ?wett. Through JOine hnan-
Cia mi mp ia old afe she
make the doughface Northern apologists,. duced to poverty, and thencelor'.vard was
i, hang their i known to ih citizens of the pace by the
appellation of Old Moll Swett.' Pool
M°U-
T" 2'?1'
offered Su.-nnets offence against Hu*-j ?,ffn,fied "^lal. with impor'unaie# for
ler did not deserve any physical cast.ga- r'
tion, but oa the contrary, was, ia our es-
turation, taking all circumstances,
past
1
«nd present, into adount, perfectly ,ro-! to SP, and one ct tie nam
per. because jus»ly merited. We hare I
no sympathy with the slavery agitat.irs
on either side—we have a supreme con
tempt for Southern fiie-eaters and ice
venders fanatics iut wf do think that if
ever a man might be excused for becom
ing desperate in the hails of legislation,
that man is Sumner.
•We have read the debate in Congress \,
1
was re-
*a» »f
cause into more disrepute than ever, and °wev#,r- neccssarny 'Ipr.ved
should be summarily expelled frcm th" j' "er
House. It was a stretch of chivnliy on I
ac-8M'.u,ed
se*
od
Ml bt!Lam8 ft
Kunnes, noHviths.anJ-
at
ol
™°r
V
Selectmen, toanuoj '.h«.
W
n
,n?
on.oc^on.har-
^een dented, at osral. she st:ll seem-
ber askr,i licr lf ,bc vsrtaled
1
&il5"
more.
No,' she replied, unless drey nra«M
like to fcare her relate 8 dream she had
the n.ght before.'
Thinking that something rich might bo
coming, they gave her permission to
proceed.
«*d
for many years past, minutely and im- I '^i myself standtag
I drean.ed that
the middle of a Urge plain. Upon a
high hill, at n fr^et d,«tance, I beli ld a
msgniflrent palace, and turning my foot
steps thitherward, 1 traveled and travel
ed and traveled, until tired and foot-sore,
I reached the jate. I knocked, and tb«
i**te was opened by an angel, clad in
rsbes of light—the most beautiful object
that I ever gazed upon. In getnle, kind
ly (ones, she bade me good-day, and atk
ed me what I wanted. I replied that I
wished to enter.
Where did you corn3 from said the
angel.
From Granville, Massachusetts,' was
my answer.
She shook her In ad sadly, sayings—
We have no Granville people bertt**
Where rnusi I go, then T'
She pointed down towards a dark aa4
hideous looking building, with iron doors
and gruted windows, at the bottom of the
hill, untl told me that I could find a rem*
ing place there.
I turned, and though scarcely ablet*
drag one wary fool *fter another, at
length arrived before the huge iro-i d»or
ot this f.»ibidding mansion. Il answered
to my feel le knock by turning harshly
upon its rusty hinges, and a furious look
ing demon, with fire flashing from Ibm
moutu, and smoke issuing from Lis nos
trils, demanded, in thunder !O:K-S wh«t 1
wanted. I told itmb that I ished a «tf*
er and a iiom.*.
4
c._.„ .i i i i-. i V
States of thin free and enlightened Union
is to be perpetuated Gentlemen may
think so, and may rave at any man who
has the independence to condemn such
conduct—particularly if he be a South
erner but we tell them that the citizens
of this Republic are not to be convinced
as to what is right and what is wrong by
blows, and are not to be brought to a
I final decision bv brute force..
Where did you come from?' ho
asked.
GrauviHe,' said I.
Granville. Massachusetts,' said bo.
Yes,' I replied.
The"' emon shook his head.
Can't take vou in,' said he all UH
of Granville people now.'
In a voice broken and tremulous
ln a
Tt»,Ce
br
*cn
»ud tremulous wlA
a&ke<i
here, then, can I go
Back to Granville
And then, the big tears gatlitriaf in
my. eyes, I cried ."—Portfolio.
Ski1*During the Dorr war ia Rhudko
Island a b^'l was brought to orgau^e
the army." I his aroused from s'eep an
old man in one comer, who i presei t«4
a town in the West part ot the State.
Mr. Speaker," says he, I tell voil 1
am decidedly opposed to organizing lj|o
army, as you call it, Our torelatners St
through the revolution with nothing but
a |iruin and fife, an! come otf flr-t"best
too! I go agin organs. They'll be drea#.
ful unhandy things in bauie, now I toil
you
Tins was irresistable, and old "Aui't
Rhody's army" remains organized to
this dey.
A Teaching Ditty Proso.—Whtu
Seth got home lrom nuckere'Ing, h«
sought his Sarah Ann, and found 'hat
she, the heartless one, had found ancthtr
man. And theu most awful tight lie gi^
and so he wen* away and bound himself
and cui iive oak iu Florida.
o v »3 uut-u ia mty g"and cut live oak iu Florida. If#
browsed upon the coffee-fruit, to skip pined upon the live oak lands, lie mur
about and exhibit signs of intoxication,
tasting the berry himself, tested the fact. »n
n,urt'd
in the glades his axe grew heavy
hands, all in the wild .vood shades.
llis
I I he apes of Abyssinia, in the same way, Mosquitoes bit him everywhere, uo com
indicated to their superior masters the
(V"'
fori dtd he get and oh!ho^ t- rnb!o
he'd svvtar whenever he'd get lit. At
last dispnritijr of relief nr.d wishing hira
sell d-ad, he went into the woods ipieee,
and cboped off his own head.
The beat thing to give yoiu ene­
my is forgiveness to youi opponent,
,0'«ra»c«
«o a friend, your heurt to
child,
.1 should number them with temporal deference to your mother, c&u
is a Pro-SIa- things, and love thorn as such bui I now
ULt
a gc«d exam[le tj your
w'i'
make her proud o1" you t«
yourself, respect to all met), charity.
delightfully converse with my pious
friends in a firm persuasion that I shall TA v
converse with them forever and I take i .1 ««-—r oar thmgi como not
I comfort in those that are dead, or absent. .]ac apoken word, the sped errovv,
l,f*'
aud
1
,#l
r.ue it IS. that when he tiras born. ^'ly pekedall h.v life/was via-'edtn
was a twenty-s.x
year old tederahst. But notwuhsiand-
mg th s, -ky is JortytAru yesrs ol
a ge and has never yet voted or been
hl8
par6011 llit
tht
elected upon any other, then Democrat- exclaimed the Scotchman,4I'm not scs/
u ticket nor never wore the blackcock-,
11 a
Sf&" Be sure yon like the parents of!
the girl you are about to wed it is al-'
most as essential to your happiness as to
«»4giected uj.portu-
Those rvho pa rfl repentance till
a?ol,'7 m?re
au"
t0
a day less to repent in.
u
hKo
d,.nth-l, bV a cfergvman. The old
mau appeared v aod tfc
r(MJ
Je
bjm ki
Ring of Terrors. •HouMout. mou'
ed rve
beers living sax and thirty Years
wi(b (h« Que £ud
ca!uia btJ miclf,e wau
1
very extens on—WHAT A BOY. UUBU
que Rrepublican. olfire jjie
Ln Irishrsmn calling at a pnntisg
lay with an advertisement, aod
prudent rcan inquired what it
WOu't'
0081 to
be inserted in the papor.—
was
'nfornitd that for one inse*'.ijD.
bt
i. ions ro cenu. Aa faitii, said n».
truly lave the object of four *i#ht-: i only have two sabuoquent ias«rttt»a».
^"rs'^cquent insei-
4i
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