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XIFTON ADVERTISER OFFICE Havlaf purchased a food and aufllcient *e Wctioaof material, the Publisher is nnw pre pared to do nearly every description of XJ XV AMD— owi^rui. trtHi'iiwan fa a aatiafactory manner and can flritik at short notice, n o a a O A*L* A JV* K S, mt every kiad executed wi'.h neatness and des patch. WELLM RfltLU, A o n e y a a w tad Solicitor in Cbuucery, Win ,ILIillf .k. hwi1 rMitilw «a» ai^u.. »i.j iMi nut »uilw U. r.«-ln« 'il«l«l lo:irrtMln| mlliwIilwTi L. rii*« (poutB»LT ok Bicnr»an. r* AMorvey cad Couneellor at Law tt|«a»M, t«i«T leauif, •ILL r"*T*•!!, LOW*, «IW«I« KM MIL, H. C. PIATT, ArroaviT AIIL. Cocs*ai.,..O« *r LAW. llfirL Purchase an.l fMate. Jp'tte If Lan.l W*nant*. att«:ID to the I'ITW ,! vt Ta«e*, InveaUfation o£ title»,canvcyancinfi, i.e. l'anloiiiar atuwvoa *iv^u u coMtKtion*. Ail l^atnH* IstraaUd (o hi* care, will be attcudad with Proiaptn«ea and FidtHty. gy Qgce in the Court House witialie Re aawtr. Tipton, Iowa. t. *. C*KtKADD*» THAYER & CARSKADDESf. t'cynwiior? i^a CKaoral Laad Atents, Muf-nitiif, Iowa. OJht Otw Burnett Book-Store, S'?ond Sire t. i iy ROBT. M. LONG* JtriTICK OF THE PEACE and Notary Pub- IM. Tip*on. Iowa. JOSl PIl LWDIEl. OTARY Public. Rocheeter, Iowa. inthePoa^flice. vinl-ly Office JOHN HITHER, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT JL LAW Vfltee al hia reaidence near Tipton faiir County, Iowa. A A O N I E WDKALEM IN DRUGS V MEIHVINE8, iDya Mtufs, Painvs, Oils, *lae«, (iroceriea. ndiea,Toya, Hardware aad f'&acy Notion*.— Tipton, lowa. nl ___ Wm Rosa, M. D. tUC Pbyslrlnn «'i«l lurirla, HViim. Muieatmi is tt Will practice, on the Electie System, at W3 •n and vicinity. n-i6 JAHE1 C. TIB NEK, Y S I I A N A N i i E O N Will practice iu Tipton and vicinity. Office, N® ia Quality row, 8outh of the Caurl liouac. Ill J. SMITH ""L"'V" PHY8IC1AN A.Vi' HT ROBON, Ofiee at ttke Iowa Houae, Rochester, CedW Cunty, Iowa. M. ttREEHT, HYilClAN AND SURG EOF, Rochester Cedar county, Iowa. nl 4 nEAT MARKET. (Opposite the Aldrlch Houm,Tipton, Iowa.) HEEP can he had refnlarly ev«ry morning Itiadays excepted. Terniaeash. t.fco. AKSAS. J. R. OOW1B, BEJTHKR i & CO, A N K E S E A E S I N E A N E A K II LAND ACRNTS. COCMT of Clinton AND W whinirton fltree nftrS ly biea City. 1«ttw.ta, ~CHARLESN AELLE Y. WHOLBSALE AMP KCTAIT DKAT.IL IX BOOTS A fcHOtS, All kindt of Leather, Ifuiet, WlOo Findings, SaAdlery, flttffl ware, Collar a and Hames. Main Sheet, JUvjtcatine, Iowa, Saeoi*. nuiiuou IWKI «aww m. Urge sea well umrw .tocksf v te i».lr list EDWARDS a CARHOLL, 4rohltoota and Svporintendonta OFFICE. No. 10, Foarth story l' »st Office *, Brady at Davenpj(t Sooa-siirnxn IDWA PETER P. SMITH, AND Rtanx BOOK Ma»RRACRRAA* i®»« opponta Po*i Offlr*. Muic £*of atairathird story. Printing, linling and bind 1 every description executed to oi aer in the style, OB jfeprt notice, aad on reasonable Itai ^STraboaad8*0** •"lantly es kaad. Old *M4pr« s»oe)rfo»||i. wt- e e a n e O U S E •1 PATTERSON rLE»«I!TO. TIPTOW, IOWA. A K O U S BY R. S. TUCKER Career of Duba^ and Jrffmon Slriett. imca Citv, I' S S A N I E S ATTOANKV A COCNSIXLOH AT LAW. PROMPT attention paid to Colder ions. Will ,*a *1 I "i1*"" to ,he ft?. w\ °f me W Payment Of taxes rea' M,ate- ASHINGTON Aim., Agent for LNION ISSVSANCC CO Cleveland. Ohio, and the Hawser INSCIUKCE Co of Davenport. lnsurai.ee effected on !hj atyck or mutual system. orrica IK TH* COVBT HOCSS ora P. L. DOVr\|JG, Proprietor. lorifr oi nblunt and SrcoDu StrefU. 1IIM! IOW A, •F» Hit of tl» |t..., w eiutiyt. Ortml rgton *t4 Oek* KtL i amifrj® iu# fftt Lin*, Cfaod StmSlmr. Pr*• o i i w a k w OlilLViE HOUSE. Camr of Hater S rcrt na.l L1 rpMI. I/'A .h tn ijj oUjf offic of .Ittnut. •Iv f»-rp4r#d ftiroi ffi.g ur i u e e y o u s e TIPTON, IOWA. ,.TV» »,W HOCSH «h cS r.« jBI.( Cfc of W John H. Bireley, Prep»r U.9. Wlt UMD M. t.. Eirtfrrvpitor.lt. 6OJiSCii? WILUAMh A EK'IlF.LHElHiER, Proprietors. Waterloo, Iowa, i s I It I V IE I JE3 T~KT A I N S U A N E O A N Y la 'R|I y^i 'IK '4 WoKrlOf-T'J Ihi wtlh tk« Cwinij *«rT«TBr Al Be* •AKTFOBD, coirir, hcerpotaltd A. 1819—Cadi Cmfild $600,000. Tf«l Uader*ijju.' 1 lii.ing b*«« appolat«! Agtnt f- tan nl.i i ill rc'ialilc Company, iii prepared to Usoe pol"'-rr o- fnv.»raK!» term* WF.fJ.S SP1« KR, A sent. Oilice ia the Court Hou*f, Tiptou, iu\»rtu O II O O 8 O IKE v n 3 v s i w Mrrchantt. i'.'riu. /oua. Th«* above flrw tecp cuusiauUy on ha ,d a fuL aupoly ot ttry Good*, GrocerUi. Hardware, Cloth$K§, Hut* Cap*, Boo** and Shot*, An alt kind of Wood a needed by tbe Community McC ALLEY h. PVIMFER, Dentilt*. Cedar h-ipiii*. lotet. Have the pleasure of annn icciug to the citi zens oi Vipuiii nnd picioiiy. that tb« tn 6e arran^t-ajt-nta 'hAt cu^-of them will in Tip ti»u iui the Oirt Monday in »"*rh nioi.i.h, a ii Oj« *erk iu th'1 i-rncUce of their proi'i^sion. A uperattoua uutru-Ud to them «f)i» i be exe .ate«l ia the most rn.naulike uun u r. Jb0-*Jdie* nt tlf Tcrapi '.ii Cf llotse. 20 ly Exchange OfBical! SrOHT DRAFTS on N-w Vork can be had cf the Subscriber in su.us lo s«it purchasers Certificates oi D-p.jsit, and Drafts on thr Easi-ft, Cities ca&iied. Aan^ricnn Gold irr.ijhed at a •null premium. Offire ortr itwctland and tou W M. H. TUTHILL Tipton, January 1, '56. JAMES W. DAG LEV. ATTO.tVKY AT LAW, and Justice of the Peace, Blank 1 HAW BEIi. KERCHELIA8 ANT—Dealer in Di y Gn,-ds. Gro ceries, Cr»»eicery, Ac. Cedar Bhiln, Ce #r county, lowa. i Tipton, Iowa. JgjTOffice with the County Judge in the Court Heuse.  BOOK WILLIAM LF.F, BIlWDEIl, wa ity ___ __ One door e nt ol '^fciV. tVk^ft^onntmn:- Hooks, of all ly «n hainl Counties supplied kuuis of Blai.k" Recoids a other tor Conn y office*, at aiiorl aotic*. poarsK, DtTRFEE HOL8E8 FOB MALE. THE undersigned offers for ^a'e Iwo ooinfoit aM-lw. Ili'ng houses oitnat'd in Tipton One i» s house ot mu »,ze, i-.d the other a comfortable hom»ef »ra unall family. JBclh with good lota. f36tf] JN». H. *t Aft. J. J. RIDrm. B. M. SAHFoRB. RIDEit & SANFORD, K. KSkOU TO TCTTL1 A HULL, W I O I O W A Whoh^ealf an^ rrt&f! dealers fo DRY GOODS, (.lUH KlL'S, Etc. Shoti, Ctalking, Hmdware. ann «l| kind- of agrioultnr il implements Al-o Qeuerai S\)r«rardiu£ and Coutnissio'i MtfCWits. the highe** u«rket paa« |*aid ia cash tor all kioda ot Fanpew Prodnoe. ly DR. IV. II. Tt LLOSi. S U E O N E N I S p9~ OFFK E—with Db. U Springdala P. O. G. QILU near Sttf. I JDST received a supply of I)r. Pitch's Mbo *f the fiioadway Drug Store. A BijiBipT»|gHaiCa#f «Q' ^r? P^HsBr zsrsiipiiAi sxisrr xstaxjIi row m. They wandered 'neath the woodland boagha, A nai'^cu and Lei i'lvei— Soft seemed the path beneath their feet, And bright tbe sky above her He spoke, and she kept listening still, Breathing her low rt ply, -1 wiii:" "Thou'lt be my bo nay bride," (jaoth he, *y Sfentle, loving wife, The suniibiue of my happy fcdUl, The comfort of jay ht« I H'* eye waa on her, oalm and M0, She whispefed softly, Love, 1 will! 4HT *5- CLKBK'k orriCE. CLOi'ER HOUSE, He took her hand—" Tbese fingers snail Shall gooth my throbbing brow. If coming years bring darker clouds, And deeper griefs than now But thou'lt bt nc^r to beer me still She answered fondly, Love, I will: 'These soft, sweet eyes of tfciaa," Mid he, So tender and so trae, (Methink* I never saw till now, Hon deep th -ir violet blue,} 1 hey ll t,eam through life aa fe«4!y *tiU," She looked np amiling—" Love, they wiii!" HM Oppo'tfi'u Htulmad Mn^tinr, torn? fi-f?.? O W Proprietor. FttorK r.ro,!. i,a* r««-eii !., ,.•««?« the *l'H P»1u1ai lii'lci, un.t reiurDiilit'd it ia Hint ti*l »nd U prc(»4r»r lo •Btiit jitiafjkclion ia «v«rr Company, U th!» tj It in ihU Hm«« 1 be r*rop. h«-in«! 4ft 'Ulfo l«i. V]] d*t'on to A'l who m*y And when the hour of sickness comes, It may be, too, of Uealb, Thou wilt be near to tend and aoothe, As I bi^atbe my last breath 1" The tuud iu his lay cold and still, And tears half clioaktd her wild, I «H|* And then they parted—he to build High hopes of wealth and than, Aad sue, in fervent prayer to breathe „.,«) f„, •k* WHptnn (f ir of M*j, i|y$ n«, muH rt ri h««n 'p re' l: fit rr\* *1* U» ibv i*Fot.T u Tbe oue-luved, theriatieU n»uie, ilt once bad said—" I'ray for me still!" Aud atae with joy~«l will, 1 wfli!" -Vow ye who read all 1 have told, About this Ud,) lover, A very strange, though common, tfcesgh Wiii surely Uuv«j aibCovereU He told her nil she'd bj te him. And yet I mum avor, He nevrr s iiti i. tingle word -'t :,il hi/': 1,0 t,. ii, rotu i.ic umo Karaac. Womaua Rihsts. VVoman't Rights again! Oh, I'd rather liavo the ague I'm tired oi it— disgusted with it. What iu the name of niricy di-cspuor, persecuted,right-ridden lemmmiiy wm ol an addition to hi-r ttirdeu I've more rights tio.v ilan i ku .vv what t.» do wilhi I bavn'i use (or hail oi mem l'ui i/ureu to uemn wuo rights! Havn't I been ?iuing hero, enduring the to uh-ajany lor mortal hour, sweat iiig tuiou^u uiy new kid gloves, and growing ciatr-looted in ludia-rubbers, jast waiting tor—lor—them to come unU walk wiih me to tbe 'deniisi'a. To be sure, the doctor is my own mou,e blested brother, and hia office only sev enteen easy atep Irotn ,ny door, and the streets are well hghteil, and I know the way with my eye* auut. liui Uiai'a nothti.g lt'a evening— and ^vary wo man oi ie?pectaliiity lua a right io the guardian&uip aad pi ou cuon oi aouK-tiiiug lLai weara a nat, when she v\alka aliei dark. 1'iu uoi tne least alraid o go alone, but nguU ate sacred, and I've a rig.it u the company ol a gentleman, aiid i.ave it I will, n 1 wait—H I wan till uiy tooth s ops aching Relinquish one ol uiy divine, inalienable rights! No, never—if it were ten liut s the bother! Talk ot demanding more rights Let the silly things go to church as 1 did last Suoduy, rattier lat.j, and find the pew filled with straugers. Wasn't i obliged to stand tnere al the door, right in si g ing time, until two old men, one yom man, and three little boys, two walking sticks, three fans, five double peonies, and several iaige heads ol tennel could sidle out of it I DiJu't 1 stand there iu agony, with people in the aisle waiting to pass and di iu't the minister's wile, coming along with her three liule girls, thrust the end of her poor, little, oid-lasii loned, peaked-nosed parasol, (I do wish donation parties would come in the sum mer, right through the two-dollar lace of Hiy KOItTHAM, PKlLir.g IN Clicks, Hatches and Jfirelry. SILVER U'JJIE, SPECTJCLFS, Catlu y Fancy Good^ and loys. orrosirr i iu.hk T*o DOORS wmt Of (ints* »i. ^s sncim*, &r l'ariicuiar attention given to all kind* It Repairing. I,ly l5evv inat)Ulla with all! bad a C. »0«T»AH. And all because I R'GUT to the inner coi ner oi the pew. Dui you ever see a rowot women le ave their ceats in ,is way for a inau No—unless he was drunk, or had the yellow level. buch a laugh as I had, one day last spring, in the deepest of tbe mud, as I was looking from my chamber window ,ver into Quagmire Lane. There are no side^aik^ 111 that lane, ouly two nar row pl»hk¥, and on each side, oh, such a Biough Well, along theae planks old bquire Burioughs came leisureiy along picking his way. The Squire is a rab id wowan's rights man, believes in the everlastuig equality ol the sexes, thinks women iiiouiu be hou^ (builders, sea captains, lawyers, butchers, everything. twenty »e Just as he reached the deepest of the lime, who sl.ould appear, coming direct ly toward hnn, but Mrs. Ephraim Doo little, with hi nine small children, and one ID a willow wagon. 1 watched with iuteusest curiosity 10 see what ihe portly Squire wot' Id do. He might pa.-s the woman auii children sing y but the wa gon and baoy, never He paused a mo ment, bowed coldly then plumped one fuot into the ::iud, theu the other, and the cortege passed on. There's rights lor you Why didn't be tell the woman iu take up her 'brat,' and then kick the wagon into the mud Uh, bocause she was a woman, aud he couldn't. Why, you simpletons, don't you al ways have the best of everthing there is to eat—the nicest piece of s'eak, and the most tempting fruit, aud the cooLst glass ol lemouade I've pitied tne poor men a great siar.y uines. aud wanted to di viuc with tuem and no doubt should if it bppa for my rights. BIDET DJU'I *"W JQU TIPTON, CEDAR Co. IOWA-SATURDAY, AUG. 23, 1856. fletrjj k have the tx»»t seats in cars and coaches, at dinuer tables, and lectures, and con certa? Don't you get handed through all aorta of j.ima, where a roan wouldn't have a whole boM, much lees a whale b3nc left! Dou you gt directed when you art lost, and picked up when you fall down., and assisted when you are robbed of your purse, *ith the greatest care im» •gmabie, provided you aru good looking •lid well dressed You don't :onaider ftieae things. You tfe^ headstiotig anJ blindfolded,- and can't see that you have been reveling in lifchts #»vi»r yon were bom, like n be* ID a lilac bush. Get up a petition for the removal of troublesome rights,' and I'm with you but lor their eu«*. aioQ and increase, decidedly not I A Singvtar feat 9f a Horst.—Tho Count Ladscoine made a bet a i»»w t'ayj Mfo, that he uuh! ui'*e Lis English bunting hoise, John Buil, trot a dis tance of one k:lome»ere backwards in nil mites. The lt*a' was undertaken betwieu the Round Poict ol the Champs Elyaees and the Ebelisk of the l'lace CiKdooh.^ From the Round Point to the Grand Entrance ol the exhibits n the Count walked his horse, but there he commenced to trot, and frotn this point to the Obelisk he gra ully pushed him lazier until he arrived at the end in 5 minutes and 37 seconds. The laat twenty rads was accomplished at a rate o! speed which put to tiie test the full troting powers of some ol the horses mounted by the witnesses of this s ngular feat. Paris i'aper. £®r The following is from th* Rieb* raond Entjuirer, one of the chief organs of the 'national' party, which support ing Mr. Btuhanan: 'Sumner and Sumner's friends must b* punished and silenced. Government which cannot ruppress such crimes as theirs has failed of its purpose. Either such wretclinfl must be hung or put in the penitentiary, or the South should prepare at ouce to quit the UuLn.' Elect our candidate,' cry the Buchan* an men, 'or we will dissolve lee Unon. Elect roe,' says Fillmore, 'or the South won't submit, and will dissolve the Lnion.* 'Whether Col. Fremont ia elected or net,' say the Republican*, 'this Union must and shall be preserved.' The Republican is ie only party tkt makes no threat against the L'nion. Dew-Bill.—'Why, Uncle Doolittle. how dew you dew! Dew come in and rest a little, dew how dews aunt dew, and wha' is sne dewing now ?—nnd dew tell us about the news. Come, dew sit up to the table, and dew as we dew dew help vou-aelf, and dew talk sonif and dew not make me dew al! the talk ing. for I shan't dew it. Now, dew say eomethws, dew!' Ji Goo! One.—The following is re ported as having happened in Bristol County A witty clergyman being accosted by an old acquaintance of iheaaine of Cobb, replied I don't know jou, sir.* •My mmo is Cobb.* rejoined the man who was about half *eis over. 'Ah. sir,' replied the clergyman, 'you have so much corn on you that 1 didn't see the cob.* ftJJT'Jtell you, said a warm friend of a newly elected Senator, loan old sober politician, your party may say what they please, but cannot deny that Mr. C. is a sound man. 'That's just what we are afeard on,' replied an old beeswax 'its our opin ion that he's all sound Fm.—'Bob, lower yourself into tka well and holler for help.' 'What for V 'To frighten daddy, aad make some fun.' Bob did as he was desired, but got more fun than he bargained for, It was administered with s hickoiy sapling.— Du'ance five and a half feet. Public Speaking.—'Julius, did you ever apeak in public •In course I did.' 'Where V 'In the perlice.' 'And wnat did you say, Julius •Not guilty, Mr. Snow—what could a gemmen say under ob de circumstances.' awu An exchanffe Daner aslc« v^rv I of ages selected. Those frem eighteen H™. dous ffiST Sonw unknown poet has petpe trated the following: How happy Frank io Pierce most be Since he's tarued oat ao well: For be can leave off war. an 1 soon la peace and Concord dwell. 'Have you, in your album, any original poetry aiked one lady of another. 'No,' was the reply, 'but some of my friends have favored ginal spelling.' S0~ A me little WMO with ori girl observing a gooae with a yoke on, exclaimed, 'why, ma, there is a goose got corsets on, it walks just like suter Sally.' 91,1 Gent.—'Don't cry, little boy. Did ha hit you on purpose injured party—'No, sir, he hit me on the nead. TMaN0«M«NBXTTnA XJ IXff NOT3 »ra. TERMS, 91 50 in APVANCE CAPAION Hone.—Tbe following is a copy of the original Fremont song, from the |x»n of a l»dv of tiiiit city, whii:h was r^ceivo" with 0rh r*puirou« »|xlau«. at the meeting of thr Young Men's Frumont Club at South Market Hall, on iMkliinU.v evening last: Political Judgment Day. As composed for and snug hy in. a. a. rasKBTT. A in Old Dog ?nj,n The day of grace is past, And reck'niag cornea at last. The bold and the daring onoa ia ftsa Shriuk away. Cut trick* will not avail, Iu guilt and fear they )«dO Bofore Ue peop.e judgment 4af. ctioaua. Doaglaaand Plroce have not been faithfsl, The "WlnV Hoaao" haa led them aetray, They're our country's direst foea, Harp destroyed her e ,ltn repose. Bat they'll uuVr torget tins reck'niag 4ay. We'll remember who are trae. And we'll hold them np to viaw-» Their coarage for the right and rebukiag the wrong. But But iaan and his claa Will bo routed to a man. Before the mighty—Freedom throng. t'HOKt s. Fremont and Dayton 11 be faithfalT B1 a very cannot, make tlisu a prey. The or men of noble mind Tbe path of right they'll Had Is usher in the glorious day. "t'nole Sam" haa trained hia boys To cherish Freedoms joys. Bequeathed by the brave and Ike oheteest men of earth. Bot the rolers of to-day, By their jul, despotic way, Disgrace the land that gave them birth. CHOHIS. Fremont to their trust most be faithful Tield not to border-ruffian sway, But. anil-d to a man. With Fremont in tbe vsa. Proclaim the people's judg a*t day. "Uncle Sam" provides a farm For each son, whose sturdy arm Will ploagh, sow and reap, aad adora Uta virgin soil But tho land to freedom swora. Must ly ruthless liancN be tora, And sacrificed to unpaid toi'. cnoaua. Thesenthtoherpledgu haa not booa Iklthfnl Kausaa she seeks for a prey, But the North, too ha* her right To secure it she will flight, Till we nsber In the glorious day! Te sons of freedom waka! The chains of party brake, Aad show a gasltig wold that to Liberty yoa're true. The "White lloasi:'' has ao place That a baoheler can grace. 8o with "Jessie" well ad urn it anew! caoucs. "Fremont and Jessie" will be faithfaf "Union"—"of hearts" be their sway, tween the snnny, balmy South, And thf steadfast, busy North. Tho dawn of FKBBPOM S OLORIOUS 1Mb Viae Oreat P. V.H of Old VIrgluta. D*clic*l«d to a, Pi' k UiDll. hnt .'am i Hurharifta 1. th* o*i*4i(tat« of'h. Sow b. t« ftiwUI'y ike e^Bi!i'i»». o t"ir* n 1 Hut K W*. ckiuaon XbW CM hoi ia V wgiuhk,11M. At«—" Carry me back to Old Virginity." The great F. F.'s of old Virginny, 1 euvy them night and day, For making a dough-fa-e President, With them 'tis only play. Sat I'm a wretched Northern serf, I can't do any more fhtto worship the lords ofoM Tlrgla^y, #n old Vlrginny's shore. f||U areat F. F.'s are nobly bora, A whip each baby wave* Oar base merhanici, they hold In scorn They are but whiter t.'irts They raise their eash by chain and laab, And trade and toil ignore. Why wasn't I born in jid Virginity, On o'.d irginny's shore. MM don think they are idle, though hey neither hoe nor rake, For half the tiock on the auction Meet' The BBU.KVS HKT.PBD TO MAKE' Tl# th ^aly trork th great F. F.'s Pou't think a tedious bore Why wi.hu't i l.orn ia old Virginny, On old Virfrinny's ?horc? else the pwesska They Come- They Come. Daily the list of converts to the Repub lican Constitutional and Union parly by honest talent and influential men, and men who have heretofore exercised a great influence in the democratic ranks. The tide is all one way—the people ara disgusted with the negro worshiping, scheming politicians, who wheedle the democratic Dartv to the sunnort of alavtrv i innncenilv if it i« n v i and us extension. The following are a Kei»ibliea i tick-1 »f \f use iti:,.. coMty for iiep innocently, if it is a iy harm for young 1 ladies to set in the lapse of ages. Our the items which crowd the press opinion is that it all depends on the kind and indicate lie sentiment think arc rather hazar 1 1 Tbe Ionia (Mich Gaa"tte. which tip to i 1'ayton. this time supporwd the cand^a'.es of tb» sham Democracy, haa hanlod down tae black (la,- ^f Hnchanan and Brecketiridgv and raised tbe nan- i ner of Fr-edoni iuacribed wi.h thenamoa of Fre-• him on his present honorable position. May hia lofloenoe for poo4 be sqaal to bis ardor, and the josti e ot Ida a«M. Totano, Jnly 10. 1855. To Om editor of tha New York Daily Timr*.— placed by the Kiaii.oiiu O Tbe Meriden (C iun Ti amcript gives a lis. af piu.omoat eitiseas of that tuwn who have lelt the Buchanao party and support Fremont, among whom is Charles Parker, a democratic elector In 1S"2. Tee Hon Andrew J. Ilarlan, a Plerca mom b*r of Congress from the Xfth Cistriet, in Indi ana, two yeara ago, haa daclared h.ins.-II for Fremoat. Tae Oregon Reporter, the only paper publish ed in Ogl« county,, heretotore neutral comes to this week with Framont aad Daytou at its saast h.jfcl. John n. Jjrv s, tbe diatio^iiijied Engineer and wbiloir Democrat, has come out for Fremo.it One yesr ago he was tbe Democratic cvilM-.t^j lor State Engineer and Survyorof Ntin York, and commaud*, as well by nis talents as n* 1, ,w „f L,w *»«,. P., Tne Etfie (I'A. Trtt Hon. Jamos Mr era Democratic E\ L'em 11*011 over a four-column article, "written to o v e n o o O i o a s a v o w u e "hackles ol thi* pro-Slavery psrty, and come out i pTOTe Mr. Burhactn 3 mpiete subsar In supi»trt ot Fremont and r»»tju. II-a of viency to the Siave Power. It closes tfer-d ty the Btichananitcs the Coft^ivesi jaal uotnuiation tor this /Ju iiH, bot retuso the same. Thus gloriously doaa the ol oauae Congro^si ^nal pt 0^1 p'a. The Monroe Commercial, oas of the oldest iP":ii.crtttic |ii vrs in iho 4»taf», this week h:ntla iljwn the nlirc^r driv-rs Hair with the nunc Of |he 'lucinnut o.iod datos aad rtias up t'ren ml lini /».«yt This is demonstrative cbsncje It spriuf* from the political con i tion t»f thooonaty, at this mom nt. althongn one of uio ni st radi cally democratic C'niri'.iei in th* .Mate, e-mtaiiw a ntHj .ity voters, oruaed to thu *11.1011 Mavery. i^o i. I. Ui,t y wul have e o i a o o U i o i i 4 i C:has fi Min:»r of Homad ,lj, Pa., one of th-? |lrtt lawyers ot the Stale, baa written thfef* sa thuai.x tio ai tio|- .i wonli: Tall Mr Had rt ibat I going far Fr. motit with all my soul, tn n and etnmgtl:: thit I am miking •turn pee-'-e in hi h.iif. tnd shtll -.jtti!n.|« (o do HO till election that w,: s'nil cortanty tarry IVnnsylvauia tv.r Fremont that the nor thern couQM«« ot thia Statu will cve From nt s larger msjortty than w«u8 ever any man with Suuiiieni S«r. U ri againit the con sideration ot anti-slavery petitions. 6. Iu 1S44-5 he advocated aad voted for the annexation of Texas. 7. Iu IS 17 he susUtiued tbe Clayton In tiii*e counties th at there isinjre entbuaianin lor lVemml than I have ever witnn*-d any aino in Peno'ylviaia lL»a. Ji.bn Iv Jul rues, first Lieutenant Gover aor of this tuitj. aud Alona» Win*, K«q., who 1 s oncu or twice rep-e^ut^l th« rtietrioi in the A*eoitily, tsroof tbe ni.wt induea:nl mo erats in this xuity, hav r«p idiatud the slavery f'attorm,aud and t.Hlarrd th joiJielvm is favor of rtejcin F.eunnt. Thrre W*M h-»art c^c-rlnirgitherinfof Rep'jb lioa'is at F.HtikiU la.rli ig, Tu.'*l ty cv 'it. !%.• at wbicti Jnd» Kjnt p!i*-i.J 'd, with Jehu P. /.cVV'iat. E P.\ite n lrCiia le-[*V,HI, and other* among th- V,.e P,'.:si.li!-.ti. Spu-oh S-! w-« Ui*,ie t,y K (?ulv »r. A 0»k!e/ H».i, and Mr. lirig^s, ot Oh o. Not only wac g'eat, enth'jHiastn displayed, but the K- it Cnutneu tftries' on lliichaniors and the lika were espe cially Ktrc-iiKihf'uug to the we.ik bai k botu s la the noinhbortiiKni I.»t not the .•ai-mi' s of R» sut.li.anisiu prate ot unconstitutional aectiouai Iain when a jurist like Judge Kant le idstoFree dom U s aid.—N. V. Tim••*. Another accessi.ni 11 th Fremont Press le ro Corded. The Hitrisiairgh (Pa) Telegraph, baa bo sled the Ui| ot Fremont and 1) lyton. i bis per is regarded as the organ of t!u sisto Ad n.iuintraiion, and its oouree hi* been aux: a-l v *at» litd by the trfonda ol both Fillmore and Fietu.mU Here we might add the Dally Ttmti, of Phil •di lphia. lonna lead.n^ A'ueiioan paper, ia an Oaruest supporter ot Frcmjiit. Judge ilarlow, a distinguished D-'m^rat of llfli.l so County, Vev York, has publish«sl in Uie New York Kveunig Pist, a l-jtter girin^ his adhesiou thy Uepoiiiicaa party aud caudi with powerful re.uoua. Hon. Lewis I). C*:n jtHl, of Ohio, has written a letter declaring himself in faror ol Fremont. Among th" many cbangia from the- Demo oratic to the K publi an party, wo kho# of none •or- surprising and significant than that of Li. u'jinaut Gov. Myers of Toledo, O lio. lie ru on the democratic ticket for Lieut. Gov., Whcu Pierce wa elected, and served the term aiii'er (»ov. Medill. He comes out bold'y for Fremont This will have a marked effect io North Wesvru Ohio. Add to tbis Mr. T. Barnum of Cievviand, who was Gov. Medill'a nf i vate Secretary, wbo his also declare I for Fremont. Th man who dualts that Fremont •ill carry Ohio is insane. Tbe Vui-'.euoes v [4)GrzttU,the Mauch Chunk (Pa (iuzette the Plymouth (Ia Banner, and the Daily (Pa) Timet, hart: all hauled down the Fillmore and run up the Fremont flag. Th' York (Pa jldvoralt, baretoiore whig, ha." hots ted tbe Fremont aud Dayton tlag. Amtrtran. which baited for som tim- ut^veen two opiui na has come ont with toe u»ib«m oi' rn-iivmi ai, Dayton at the head of its ooiuinna. T.ns makes the fourth Fremont paper i'i vhatro nty Ju !^eCa:a(ib.- i. nf N Y. who was the Amer lean can.lldale for Judge of U« urt A Appeal iil"is W4rml Io7*' 'or Fremont and mad'- an •topu'.nt and elf-vi ?e speech to the lie iblic.v ot gld Oise^o, bis l.rn.r reeideuoe. Judtje C. i» u gi ntle'tsan of co-umaadiog talents and inflti eiice, and his voi e will often tw heard through the camp.tiga in Uvorof Froedocn a.ul Fremont lion. D. C. Cloui the present Att'y Gju.of A "l'cU,d "ach b7 tb« i rea ntati.-r to .u General At a Fif rnont •on. Near Jetsey. S-unuel Smith. E«q.. Deiu.x.rat well known here as aa ante Repiesentative iu ic Viator of the city, and one o' tne proprietors I the Le^isia uro, el ted aa sur.Ii by the /etnoc of the New Jersey Locomotive workp, preside, racv. i^ aKj uaiagall hia iuilacnoe for Fremout ini7,,l ot'lftr in out and Dayton. I battle f- t«d.itn and «q lal rights. Tbe St Paul Deutich* ZHtun*. the only C,*r• ifZZ'll"! has been the turning man paper publi.heU in Minnesota Territory, come* out Fremont and /Jayton The editor *\TB he haa rsi* yeaia labored for tbe Demo cratie party, in spite of its corruption, in hop tbat time would work a reformation th" party however having retrograded until it has become a mere tool '.a the haods ol the slaveholders, be has no alternative but to abandon it, aud eulist under tbe banuer of Freedom aad Fremont. H. A. Tenney, E«q., for many years Demo cratic editor of the Jrgui, of this place, and oue of the ahieet political writers evr connected with ne opposition prt-:s in this State, la our for Fre*nout nnd Dayton, tie eupp irt« ihv tick as the ontv genu n- P-mocratic before the pe» pie—(MudUon Wit. Journul.) Mr. Teoaoy, it will be remembered, oooe pnb UaM apapar MUwa«||«f. We eeegntulals lh® Democracy, ouly two years ago, Is now a candidate on the mtion \Ir. Burnett, and several leHding men of that county, who have al 80 announced th»ir deteraiiaauoa to leave tbe pro *'av^ry P*41,1? Pierce and company, to 10 tUe I rank the tr"e U"P'lbllCtln take XO.31 Buchanan 01 BlaTary—A Eecord with rn% a Blemish. Tho ivbov# exprtssiv- heaJiug ts v at) E»iu:rfr with the following summary of his and Official labor tu strengthen and uphold slavery The Richmond E^qnirer adds 1. In 1S3G Mr.B'ichanan snpjiorted a bill to pioliibit tue circulation oi AtoU lion papers through tho .tail. 2. in tlii sume year he proposed aud vote (JI the almts ton of Arkausag. 3. In 1S16-7 he di acuced and voted to ieje:t p. n, "ns for tlie aboliuau of sla very iu the District «f Columbia. 4. In 1^17 he voi,ed for Mr. Calhoun's famous resolutions, ucfiiutig the rights of lhe States and tht limits of Federal authority, and affirming it to be iho duty of th" Govemraent to protect, and uphold the instuunoiis of th- .soutn. 5. In 1MS-9-40 he invariably votad Campromise. 8. Iu ls0 be propise-J and urged tiie extension of the Missouri Compro rnisa totlie Pacific Ocean. 9. But he promptly acquiesced io tbe Compromise of 1-50, and employed aU his influence in favor oi^U,faithful ex ecution of the Fugitive Law. 10. Iu 1S31 he r.?!uo:!lV'ated ngiitm an enactment of the Pennsylvania Legis lature for obstructing the arrest aad re turn of fugitive slaves. H. in 1851 he negotiated for tiMI M* quisiuon of Cuba. 12. In 18-56 he approves the repeal of the .Missouri restriction, aid supports the principles of the Kausaa Nebraska Act 13. He never gave a vote against the interests of slavery arid never unered a word which could pain tho moat sensitive Southern heart. The prominent facts of Mr. Buchan an's record touching slavery are thus grouped into a single view so that the person of the lea'it patien«e in research may ascertain al a glance how the Dem ocratic candidate stands in respect to the great issue of the canvass. In this state ment wa give not detached passage* and isolated ars. but we bring the whole his tory of a long life to hear upon the popu lar mind with the irresistible force of truth. Thia rapid retrospect discloses a consistency and ari efficiency of service to the South, which fluitery can cUicn 'or no other living man. Mr. Buchauau is not only vindicated from calumny he is not simply showu to be exempt frsm just reproacti and worthy of confidence he is promoted to his proper position in advance of auy aud every s'atesman of the North, in the confidence and affec tion ot the people of the South. He de mands not a mere recognition of his at tachment to the Cocstitution, but un bouudet) applause for such service in the interest of the South as no o'.her man can boast. Against iue capuous criticism of a desperate adv-jissry, refining upon technical distinctions and skulking niuosg quibble^, the Democracy oppose this in contestibie attention of their candtdata'a fidelity. Civil War in Nebraska. The Border Ruffians are determined to *tiibdue' ali opposition. Free State emigrants are not permitted to enter the Territory at ali! The rulfians have now invaded Nebraska, to drive back or mur der etery cuiigiarit passing that territory to Kansas. No doutn tl-.ey calculated on ii character, the ooastdtratioa of ail who kav* jjglas' bill passing Congress, and th»ir raen -tbeCc««e^.WP hioa has been hesitating i ,r 0e driven, huJ o prevent any mure worn sotuc tint ', cojwa out this woek .of Freiauat**«• I Dayton. The ,1-imbu oouuty fv* Freeman hsreto fore a i. •Hioo" advocate of thi stum dciuncracv, has hauled 1 va r-o slavery 114g, and will heieafter spckj( lot Freed »m. Horn getting in ull after election. Read 'he foiLw.ng, v.hicii wa lake from tha Council Bluffs Chronofype, of July, i'Ae Border Rujfiinx invading Ike Terri tory—Free State Mm to b$ ttopped A Fight aitficip ittd. ^Ve have startling JCts'igence from Southern Nc. -u-jka. The border Ruf fians from RFissouri have invaded the '.itory, and up to Sunday had arrived within 20 miles of Nebraska Cit/.— They are over 1 0U0 s:roc,g, aie compos ed of Missot.rians, South Corolla,ana and Georgians, and are fully armed with caanon, &c., prepared for war. Their object is to stop the Free Rata settlers on their way to Kansas, u.romro the Territory. The news of this reached Nebraska.City patched to learn the hue state cfHwTurs. Some men were also raised to go to the aid of the Border Ruliians. V\ e gather the above iucti from pa| sengers who araved the stage on Sat urday evening, and we presume they are iu the main correct. Persons from Kansas, by the same arrival, also report a most disastrous state of affairs in the every candidate oa tbe ticket trom tb* Territory. The Free Slate ineu are s ot tiw old n ora y. Mr. K-rkwocxl.' every where being driven from their candidate Ut ftei.ator, one of tne ablest (lwellincr^ and mmru.lt.,4 stumpers iu the west, and has heretotore done I s and compeh to leave me ter hard servioe for the Democracy. He is now e usinsr bis eloquence for freedom and Fremont, bo determined now io make clvan work Oikaioota llarald. 0 Ole Bull em't go old Duck.—Ole Bull the distiiiguisiied musician, it is said, feels a rno^t lively interest .n the present political contest in this country, between Freedom and the powers of slavery. He has contributed i500 towards establish ing a German Fremont paper in Wis cousin. It is also said that he has deter-! cate his election haa ran u to eilhtir mined to tbe stump i& WiacoxMla. I sevea. "fO-^lavery party seem to it. and drive every Northern man out of Kansas. ,W* The majorities for Fremont in Western Pennsylvania are summed up by the Philadelphia Timet, after a care ful survey of the various counties, as rather over than under 20,000. Tho list of papers in the whole State which advo-^^