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fiFICKH, PROPRIETOR.
)'0L III.
THE TlTTSJi IDVEkTISEK.
n ifl mn«iTrr.i.*Y M0KN1XW, in Tirrwx
C£lf*K CO., IOWA.
gOITOR'S OFFICEVCOI NTINO KOOSf
in T«« Hotr*» Wtra I mi coshtt jeuuc
E S
Copy 1
year, pa.i«t in advance. •1 50
do. juH with «-x tmnths Oil
io.
p.»id at mil
nl
lite )*ar. 2d
Liberal aeductioas mad# to clubs of ftve ur
•tor* to addreaa.
JUTES OF JDrEhTLsJSG.
1 sqaar# 1 insertion, I 00
Cftch additional ime^'a, ftt i^ume, "hi
I aquart S month*, 4 00
1 (k. 9 month*, 7 UO
I do. 1 C4r, 10 00
4#. 3 fTN«nth«, 00
•o«U«» If Oil
d%. 1 y#»r, t. on
S4 ##lumat ob9 y#*r, 2 00
.« «. oo
60
jy%UtM
vrkMt, rt
Hb't, or U»*.
I
TiPrO^ ADV*-ilTIS£R
JOB
diWJE fciilliJIKfii:
Hi Mtirfictory mauasr six! cs.ri furais* at
notirc,
i o a
0 I I Jt'L* K X,
•tmrpry
kind «xecatru wi a leatm-ss a .*.«•
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teh.
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A o n e y a u a w
fiolicl(«r ia (duuiery,
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1 y«% •ciag
JXO. L. Fl ilf
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hi
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r.
tltorney and (ntiu^eilor at Law
i 1 1 u
Mil -M «»ft, ».
i
-ft IHIM «1wa
Km l^l'• Am
1 A
ttoukkv Am- IVi'iM- o.» at turn.
WALand
ILL Pur'-hase and wil -ul Ksut«,
Warrant*, attend t« i'ayratN.i of
Twie*, Invot.cation o ti'lM.CuiiVpy^i.cir'K, 4i.c,
J*«fUijuUr iii uUDu xi* u Hi'.'li
io f»r •, »ai att4ae
.! r- rttifl if f.
tr
O.T.r* IB the r. 'lit Houa* with 'Ji* iU.
c»M«*r. Tipton, low*.
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IfJlclrrfMs on? ai
Gl-tiftr-l Lkad A ent^f
6»COM) MM t. I
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ftlirriCF. OK TMK I'b'.vcr.iud Motory Pub
w M®. Tipieic, Kivih. n|
josi.Pii L,IXafter.
OTAHV pu'o!-e, Kicliaj't#r, lo*a.
th« PmI OSes. v i n y
join iirnr.n,
Attohnkv
J.H. OOWER, BAlTHEft A 0*,
A N K E S
I E A E S I N E i A N K
LAND^Afi^STS.
Carasr of Cti.itoa aac W iohinatna StrM
nSr3 1y
Ioua City,
flhoa Findings, Saddlery, Hard
-ware, oilars and iiaml
.Vam
Strut, *W:.± alme, Ivwu,
i ii M. t. 1..1
II. I- ra«,
i U S S A i
AichitecU and &uporint«ii4«u'
tlKH'. E S
10, Fr
ub 'und
f. Hunk Mmler's ftock foraale.
Lor: HO'
I* DOWKINO, PrnprJrlor.
wier ol Wuiutii uHtl Stcidu iU' cU.
-5S
MrSi'ATINS |'j*4.
u« ».p- .M a.ri. n w.a
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•Law. P.-ofcit'oual, and r-ther 'trl§. "f
flee
p«i y«ar. $3. at.J for eicb audi
•ai lii *. 1.
Ulf yearly a ,d jjcarly advertis meats to be
ia f#r p«r'«i1y advance.
A i i i .- i -i i i- -h e u n i o i &
and chv£»d arcir.i'n^ly.
OFFioE.
Htv'.ng pur,*h i..:t 4. tf-n avl iif&.'iciit ae
lf»»:oa of ia-",i i.!. ho Pu»in.hcr .- n w pre
pftr
*4
to «io ritarly avery tiescriptu a of
Ij A I N
*3Fjsr
Incorporated .1. D.
BlMIlk
A K A I E
fair*.
OJUt met Burn'tt Book iiore,
and tor nskli.mh
A W i i n e e n a a i o n
^%dar Con iy, low a.
~t A A O N I K RT~
TJ t'F.J ICR L\ DHL Vet 4- MLDICIXES,
i'ufla, 1'titaU, Oil*, lititMi, Uro«?eti«*.
t'i Bd'trc, [r», Uardwais uaj •.rn.j N'llioa*.—
Tipioa, ioir«. nl
W 1 I O V
Wh i|.- «,. »l
foica.ts,
CHAV?luE3 NAELLE
iria aori, I'o-i. 1 IB
•aiWftij#, *1 I)4 nprt fiva. |A'»
PtTI.U p. KNIT i,
BlOK BIHnElt AN*II Imihk *l*!«t rACTPaBlt
9ra oppotlft »*t /hcf Mtortitftoe
p-*: '»r* third »loiy. l'ri:Hiii)f, la':D|{ ami l.iml
Jag 01 evuiy dtacriptlua e.\«i iiti-u to ortit-rln th*
baat styia, «u aliort notion, .n I ou rtuaounUi
tarma.
•d
m-
a,i
t*t»f '11 ,».lr I).
w.i, v» ..!(» I 1-kn* -r*
r,ti-
i u k e y o u s e
TtPTOW, IOWA.
In
ruMwiiioii «h«h
MIMH|. .«• ..M,.
."••lllOM. I(l K«tr
r«' 1. 1
C«nf«
,#!#?« In
mv ooa% vi® m% tw..
Shots, Clothing. Ha!u:art.
all it ^ifru uit' '^1 1 ui«-ii'» A
IreoMfHi 1 it' z .u L'offtmi*~i,«i Vl-robaol*,
ir.Mi ia ir *i«
it
'hf lih" HI ir»i
kmd ot F«ria 1-' Pro»tnr.«.
Y.
WMOLtlALl AMI) KITAIi. Iifc.il tR IH
hOOTs A
»f//
kout of Leather, Units
I
0
4 I Y
K
PI' fei Float,
Vid'i• 't-fif,
th* pi.f
nritaK cmu
Yl
n|.ri«?t«,fc
Wat rloo, IOWM,
1 l» A K
J\.
i w s u a n o e o a n
HmrroHu, cox*.
IS!V—Cath
Capital
$503,000.
r.fE
n 'i rsijfiied u»»»u4 be"n anp-tiBteil
A .«nl t'ii* old i -Hu liC., iiii.ny is
prepared to issue polirie* on favor*»:^ terras.
VVEI.LS S|{ KR, A^pnt,
U.Tire in 'he Mouu, Tipton, Io*a,
O O N O O E
THOllN «to ST*J!I1C sr,
Merr'uinti T~r*ato Jaw*
Tb" kbore Urn oui-aotljr oo na i f#i
•tifioty 01
iry
Ooo4*. Gneerin, H»r4w»,t, Clothing,
Hat* a*id Cap*, Buoti and Skoet,
A«i
%lt Iti 11
(.001! uctdrd by t]«c Minniitnilf
»b «-it
/,•«»n I w«. n IvHtiiu, »t h«» )n
1N*«* rt
tw n 1
i
I K- (•. IB ,a,- I III IM »tb
'1 !lr»t 1I1 »'ll ritu
O »r. k 111 I»|" A '»r
A 00^1.1
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1^14) it I 111, 11,
i.i thf 'rf'Wit H-fc i,*: u u
t-«• miM .i'cc 110
Exohoaga Office
!1
SKiHT
DKAFT^on N"w V ,k can t»»
ot ne S'ibsrrii'i'f .n vi cH'o
'1
Tipton. January 1, 'M.
niirchttux*
oi sit. amt Dmitj t.ii
isif'ru Ciiif» i asi
Am*ri-ft« (r.'d ,r a »fn»!l f»r#nr\ *i»»i
Ojftee $m*Um*d awl Sh-Hf'* tve
»»'M u. rtTh.i.L
juts w. IIMM^
I .'• V,
and Ju'tica t'»« fV:ioe,
I ... !i»vr..
11 .. »il,e the
''nnrt Hvusc lt|
W i U i I I
000 *. jj
,' tiy
Om»- Wr *f Pout
Book!* "fa S!ni-kf: cm.Mailt
iy "n Intnl. t:«.iintii sipn i»*d w»th ali
kind* of fllanka Kr«ttda a»d otW* bowk* t*r
Co in y at r.nrt nniie*.
i. a. pt.'arcx. tnrtHAm.
ui/KFi:e 4 xoktiun,
I I^UCHil IN
WatMie tai J.n fry.
•V(. lif -H.
Hit.
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m*s or
i I
4 i
mr
Lu v\
1
2
iy
O I I I
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TPta
veda pplv of Dr. I r'H Mr.i-
•ctNcs. t-.f iir ..viiriv Dr« store
A. (Jll.tO KT. Ak'' foi Cedar eo.
E A K K
Bv PAN' A ItltA.i
(O.fMiil H.»- A'dri-1 H- u-e. Tiptea. ha*
BKI 1 In had r. ulur'v fiery uftrniag
«xci'|itv'.1. 'tei'iimeia.U. 3»'U"
Wm Ross, M. D.
I i«iii «. »i.i. a «1 *i 'K"Oi».
Will hi. Mifnt'it II-.'.rn
Wpl pra^lice on tlie tleoUc Syitem, at Wli
on and vicn i'v n-irty
MOTT*i«W*K.
Play si« i a a i 4 Surjfoni,
Pei ioaumtl) 1.oca ted.
w A
u
JA NK« TI Kit,
Y
s
1' I a
Old
oks cooauotl us h«nd.
9&t(.
k s i
1 K N,
WHi w i.rtae in Tipton anJ fielnity,
Ofi'u «, In ».•» ilirecti)' a»iurti of ihi.
Com Hum**, 1
i)t »a b-w*. ul
j, tvuril*
l"!V^lfUN A N»-
glor •••d Ofk i
•w 8u»l« trm
OW Utailmg.
1
and 1" rt Jttnmf.aap
Hn'i i ftlli [Jeuot Mhrm'ilt' ffttftT
I.O W, Pio|»rl«t«ii.
E V rerentl* i'i 1
•k"of« pO|»Dlat lloUil, ttnd rcfui'liii!.sd It 1.
*ZTn'n\
°'fc I"
"o-unrnfi V'"u •»«'».*»laaU
CoaMuanir.
MK0\.
Itocb^»*i*r. ad«r Louai), loam.
Office at ti.e Iowa Hon»a,
T, lU.tflO.M K. MkOm
A i O W S
OsK
IIOI NE.
dwlwlvt Vfy. tlirdw«re
\t| wo fru* e.t t» ^'ir c*ri» an' b*
a tend#') o i'fom|i*:v. 'nt e if tb«! i s''1* f4*h
in g. ami .v ir an »i ie »i i ntu
iarf^e* H« .*« «s a »'?.
Ti e/t 'oft
Farnitar«
I
f.. I .1
Bp.jW,
Kit sro
II* Hsiitfi «f*
3tif
U W A V u i E i
m^iti ..iforiti
iwa, tM.sl 1"'• -.'..Ul'!*
aniij' if t-ui n*nt mi Mj.v^.ii ni.it
11 M.t A, wiY,uu» iwa uoa u. ttAUii, »'.
oui'-uirnly c- ivi.
I'll Ui-'lci V k
1 I,, on z .1 o Ti..i(
of
filoiing
All Siid.
,•-!»«» hu.-, Mi-teai'- »r«. .-ash. Jl
1 ^liv'i ti-1 'i. w!| 1 C**b 1
,• oir L. in »!,•• W.-#f
N a n S $ o Y 9 v
1
4 «J I
s
HOUSE
h-#fllMI| ...Ml
1 v
T.M*S.- t.iui ms mav
fb»t auu brijflit be»tn l-e auadad,
taut »i,y b« ulue nu tinre,
Mmruir tiowvm be ftd«d,
ii&>t youtk's warm {jroinia« a'cr.
IteHetS it B«t though loiifly
Thy evtliir,/ luiiur iLit/ bp
Th&u^ii b^d.ur's t»rk c.in uul/
Flo.it on u a unucr aea,
Tboiiffii r.rne thy b.ooir ii «toa)iag,
There. «itl. uu art,
i w i i i- S o w e w e a o e e i n
'Uie ..iiif.i. 1 ,.f tlt«* h.Mrt.
,01ts
owttt hki.it 1 u
U tmaL uii LucuV wur,
fiit re ia a aont of aorrnir,
TUb '1«5*UI uir^.- of th» g»y,
IkM !«.'•, rft' uaa-v nf tu.*.Tinr
R'4"
ili)i III ilill) I'0"1
co',*,

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-jJ
A LETTtH vijtf
o\ lii
Approaching »leetm of Prtsii«at ann
tfce Ctudidatsi
N. Y. Cir*. Sfju. 19, '5d.
To the (Mi'ora of tne K\«*iin^ p,,^
GiNtLCMtx —Ti Iftt,.mi y .urcor
»«t'B|t 11 .Vin ii. ai.d y•( *•!itorml com
MH'iii" up..11 it of Ur* I6tu ifiki., M-etu in
w»n»iii 11 ciuirtt'ry to tiruuud a rrply.
Vo«i c«»ir«*?p udfiit dot's not t?rr in #i»v
ntg that ilfaiie u,e st»c«i#» o| t(»« He.
Hitiuii.i ty and ti 1* 1I1 cii' 11 of th' ir
t* i.iiiUh-, ami timt lam i.«n.ly n .11
ttiiiu.t) K i:iy ikiu«mii1.i«' elf'iit t) |,n
«rt«mt Tt.if» is u tin* irsull of
e
»i
a n y
jmi* 1 ivnc as 10 nifu, but »pn».
of
it
«tj. C01. i- ivino'it a.11 uci^uHiiiif 1. I
Utlji
tav i.t-rnr mm, oor tm I m,y com*
inviMCHtimi with |)iin direct or i ultrfct,
ai o. written. Ou tiiH o ln-r lianl
n»y l»-fliiie» oi lri*»t!=ls .ip a .«i a.i,u r.iti.)o
.Of \l 1 Pooi.adtn, as it man, nr»- 01' no
I hod ii en», in n word. M^iidslf ai^inc
by a'l ilifii Coogrraai oal nctioii u. tuak
a Slave St a it* in N^itot'iu l.tiuudea, ami
ti at, too. against the will j| iu luuabi
t.UltJ.
Hiy 1: »ran«-r, mi.i mv «.i»-nijihfnt-«l
i»* yimaoi tr«»r» !y iuiiimhcv i»n»l r»-cip
Irn^tti ««{*,, Sil till^j, u,iI'
1
l«r ,ipt (J
tins turn.- by n »iiiu-ni, r«iaiiliujr
-.»ui tiug an.t I whui mi
any lane ile: 111 hi jiio I, u i i«iig. hj'it*sii»u en in-ly utlifia of i..em irmt
wiii'iy njfui int r».»,,ai u.tak up.M lux
#pii»iiio'ii. I i, in t, |.e a iiiHti
•1 i'. u UK«U»«La'i.l'iy. ul' 11,^'h iti'egr :y
a id vam-iia ekp.'fience He |S gor
roUrried, u 0 in P-l a ti i. by many
l«*l,(ical iriends, wtiom |er»itiaUy I t«w
estreui aii«t 'j ii «m I am u it by
U a ot loii| cli-itMit i ...i 1,
ifti.iua y iutd
shit» i jou'ii re ard
F,M mor h. 1 qua .it
ij*e s 1'n ii' iaUuvi
crutic p.i.^ .,
lonhi (Jo dart*.. v
fiave ejrr ed j.
Bo*:* '••k
rjcl.f.s,
anJ I oft.
*UA'EH 1F. $P£
Citkry Fancy Go*it
»1».
I i» ..
JIUJ
I'H?
i n w i o e v e i i o i i i a i v e e n u o n s
and fal$'* i&sues a.id nt .ers lakitji op*-*n
«iys*'V 4»t 'Ue :!p ye»so,h' !mt .i o»n
nl 1 If I idvo atliig III*?cntie« Oi K «ii!as.
or taroiii 4 ir* mU.uusiou Uirlet kme Free
"Mil
pie.
-'O.n. iea« o ii «i^..-ur.n» im )«a.e' niens, wmle otiicr n prt-aeulaiiVes
•1 y»«.» tie pi« i i nieuit.iig -ip a .... i* »n Pe,iiM\Ivama. wild De-iioo'iatic a
atioii'* and •li.eua'iitg .utaiil in«n my 1 der» Ii n ohm Vt tea, declare tuemselves
01 ii iil? I.u• ail in v.*i r». My io«'e 01 (aihiieiy be iion-coui'iiiUal upo 1 tneir
CO'iotry and native o.
not allow n y feeling a and met uatioox. I ».• easy tu snow, will be to p/eveut ai
either to delu le my ju Igment or »ti!l ni «io»t euniely the format
10a at any wore
i
u*cK'fice. ami I am compeihd to 'orl*ii
my wll resjieit by committing what I be
lieve to be pa»pa''ly wroog. or else en
rol m^s.'li iu opposdiou toibe Deinocra'ic
party.
I see n« ressrinaMe hope of justice and
•yutpa'by for the people nt Kansas in tne
who nafe tramp ed upon the Com-iiiuiion
and all 'he eut-mtat priuciples of our
t»ov'i-riiii!»nt, robbi Kai,-iis ol its civ.I
liberty and right of MiflVuge, iaiu waste
its ternioiy vv th fire ami s vord, ami re
pudiated even civilization nscl).
i i its platlorm 1 liod the enunciation
are I mad tne Border Rutliaus ol AI 1*-[ knowledge, a sitigie Democr-.t. In the ,rt ,M,|
soon and then hcomplices of the South.! Conveinmus of Cleveland a.id Buffalo. I
and a dec araiiou stiguianxnig as'armed treasouabie, and that
le..i'aiice tie law toe 111 tderate and
jusoli i'»ie self-drieuci* ol men a.'ai ne.uliy
aed i.iiauiousiy ot pitssed by
ruttlan
vio-
It^ice tin i outrage, beyoud all bumaj
taduiaiice.
i and tne whole party of the nation as
semble 111 Naiionil 'oiivennoii, with
bat o e individual dissent, exprtss ng its
S r+ unqualifie a imialiou of an Adminis
tiat'O.i w» icil has lei IIS II 88 I lie ool
and co.iiipli of all ihe ro.ijjs in fin t
rd upon Kan-as and by us venality an.)
i n ecility uioig.t the countiy to an lu
tevine war.
I lift.I all its Representatives in Con-
it ss, with turee individua exceptions,
in earnest Zeal tysp-ec.! und
v
le, to c»ver up m*' 11 iquu.es ol this
Adoiiuistiation and me Bolder Jtutfians
ot .VIisouii, and tosuppossa lair in
vestig't 1011 ol outrages wfticii shock boUi
human ty and reputilicaruiiii, aud dely
me C'o'.iStitanoii and tue la v-.
I fi ,d 1. est same r. presi ..tatives, after
(bmotft iraratetwl
ca.Ted without distinction paity. .11 lur-
not htve been li.. u any waut of gene-
ts# ty ur ol but ui.ly iu u^unvmc^
totue prevailu tone and ^enlun nt of
the pa ty which is enlist, upo., tne other
el priiiciple« vvnicii wouhI put toe rope side of the question. And not only h.ive pjl^j ihty wei
al»oiii the net ks of men tor e*ercisuig he they abstained iroin aidiug tne move-j ju# \tchiMjn'»l virtue
constitutional fi^tit of peliiioQing C'0:i- ment. but tu ttieir presses aud by fieir |0W'B besi les i should
8iess lur a tale overt,ment, or a re- pr-vute lulluence ttioy liave e« deavored
die#s o grievances f=ir worse ihau loose to cripple aud it'ard it by sneering at it,
whioii ird to tl.e V\ar ol tne Ke.oli.tion, warning the community aga.nsi it as ^^,,4
wmm
-AX»XS TtziN'a-nw*^ j..xj^n jt y_. isroiniigo
TIPTON, CEDAR Go. IOWA—SATURDAY, OCT. 4, 1856.
refusing 10 Mtrv* m» pt*of»l^
',vv" up,Ml tliem
hy io «*igu anay. Bod still r« fusunrto
•dimt iiifin inui thr- Union, 11 iv for r-it
sens *lntii. in liit* on-jra of iiiuf exiatiu^
S»t«i*-8. b.-.i! Jwvn drcliit'd miirttabL and
ot no ai ci nut
I n i i n i i s a e o o
stiiation edopted ma ooiistitiitiooal
and tiiiit^Mno iou»*d luuiufiT, («i,d wiiicli
nan can doub* 10 i.a»»- ivii .ted the
ivill i.( ill** p»-oplf and aiij |.on ng a law
i oilut.v 8iir»siituic, vfnicii is t-afy to
slion \\oulJ iiav«» piT|ifu tied in Uic Miiti'
l»»*i'iii,. fill, t» ii.-u*jMiit .it which I.n*
fty loi'cir alit-ady afici .1 Wnu IIm Uai
ffuiUfi.l ot tin* I't/rtiM^
1 lind tueui r»-1 using 10 make appro
pr.ation* for tlif aniiy, u i!e»s Hiaiar y
i a o e U o e n o e a o e n a w s
vio atu-f on tlieir ihc«», of ti.e Coi.sutu.
tiou, fnai'ted f»y a Lig^Uiurt* in vinlti
I'on 01 the luwa ..f ti.*- nit-'J Siait-s a ni
nnpost'J by lorfig:i upon ciiin^uei'ed
and sut jtigated American jitz -ns
I find that one m«*ti ber, who rtiori* than
uy oti.er »iood out n^anst ujt» «*uslave
IllClli oi his uilitr It'liuvv Qlllll'llil, 18 rf
lufd a rtMtomiuatiuu by tUc iX'uioi.iuuc
party of Ins iliair.ct.
I find iq the caavas# uow going on
that lite whol- tone ol tlielr party prt*»
i« iu tho aaiiie dueotioti. Wlieotii^ first
?tait!in«f intel igeiice if the outrages in
Kansiis reached toe Slates, th«ir editors
det ouno the foul wio in terms of
fitting iiult^uai ion. It wa^ bat a spas
inn ic efTwrt, ho.vever, ai. iu !el«-rencr
to tne Sou li aud the prevailing fwnti::ienl
of tne party, lliey heve dropped off. one
ariei another, until now, so far as I have
en able to ascertain, there is n it a
Democratic |«per \*i i. dares baldly to
jusi 1.y and deU-nd the Freo Mate party,
aud denounce their luvadrm. In jilace
ol eiit'ouidgriiient and synipa hy lor tiien
u i n i e o w i i z e n s I o e N o i n
tiiere IS little else ti an jeer- and i itiicule
i^r tiieir opjiresard a.i.j aoflermsr cib1i«
11'ii—inuvpr«'avim mn 01 tneir iiiotrve*
ani conduct, auu a pieteuded incredulity
o. Hie siatemenls atil appenU wmon tbey
id tfieir bret reu uf Ine Stale*.
1 find their speakers eiiiibitini th«*
same spirit so.ne of them ignoring the
WashiuguMi, in Knuaas and eiaewtiera,
would 11 cessarily, to a laige elient, be
liiieil wuh our enemies. Tiis iiilorniii
tio would come through a disloiled tut-
dium and la-lly, tie could not aid us
without having lift made up ma mind
e ahiindoued and v\arr«d upuu bv
J«II party. Tt.e iSomu »uui.l csatge
him with vio'atmg Ins pledg-s. and turn
upon him with t. e bittei'est hostility, and
at K asi a poitiou ot th« Northern De«
inocracy viou.d lolio* their exdn-ple,—
lie would thus be left witnoat a party to
support his Ail.iiui stiatioti. unle»s lie
I u Ihc
u
Co .auuttiuii adopted by Iiei pco-
I
1
th* public t!'in.vistr "t.o:,s a.id p.
ip oi '/if pa.ty, I iirjfl Kiuifia «ii
e# n'xtiiing brn'al iiiMtif, .•« re
e aj|»eai#
ui
iluit jii-ojiiv lor
i^ain-t unparan led iong^.
i* li i doubl i:.ey iu«»l tie u»~
i« pa-re
1
-e rti-i.»e3 Jot 3 m-
,1! .*1 j'HUce au pro:ecti0ji,
*tld ft i eii I ie»n fit-1 iistt'jice iu owltage
and ep|)ie*e oii.
I iiu.i itii u,e Democrats Soui!, ao
ue Dea cra« y uf il.e Nortu.
hating '.e Kf nans-Nebraska
iy looting at Slavery 1 as a rignt
into tiie I eirit-jrif*, lu sp.te oi
»a »r 1 ue peopi.- and t..a tne n
i«it« 01 ti e »rntory nave no ngm
TeiMortal laws 10 ioibid it
.'e it D. u.». auc rt. p.estMiiatives tut ma'i'y "oi^'ine
i n a e i s y i v a a e v e n i n e S e i i n e
I .lull tl.e Hou»*, bold ati^i proclaim these
8,1
w i
Free S ales.
Having originited a moT«*mi'iit myself
to aid jui' pe,nie by
1110
Wnai, tneu, ha*« the Free State men
o( Kausas lu exp«ct Irom a Democratic
tiec" ion woui 1 r.gu.fully be considered a
imo r,
Very truly ywtirs,
A. H. Ktitii.
Krua ii.# tiiaaoai i 1« .1. itutliun^o.)
reamylvania Politics.
ftnuoKLPitu, ept. IS, 1866.
v
&*'•' '1
l'i-
iwiu.i r.il.
told you that yuu s ould ute a line
irom me, giving you political ne.vs, and
I »MSii i haa n »o pi unused, lor what lo
^ive you, that would nave certainty in it,
I cannot aay. Here 1 a u, in ,.|J Penn
sylvania, among olJ friends all of wbo.u
tireu De nwcrutio in (mat time*#
»lood 1 a .01 uuu Iiat 1 i»o 1 st unpi de,
ai,#. 1 Uioug 1, Houlu ci*auge —men
tViiOai 10 ijiimj iji pu. ii.ii- a, ,va uaaiing
f.e ue ii!k.iuui par-y- Fot i-ill a:, i Ro
g«fa* -thw otd bardivare deao r. personal
l« tend* c( JBacaauaiij, ay siioold uiey
a a O i u u s e i i u i a n y o u u u u i
say. No atttJ, loing //icy tj,'
y wiih Haies, me Union must »iaud
i u.^ake,,.
Did you ev.*r letl hke kuocl..i^ a
man do»vu/ Il not you did not Jeel ln»e
I di ou the cars tiie o.her uiglit. What
would y» u tWUik ol being wakened Up at
sue jess withe Democracy, lu it# rank.-. aa»ed the oo-operanoa of tueii ot all par-' for*Fr" iM)nt''3i'T( liu^.'i.iua'n'and as»ur«a that Mi.
and with the .ver to control its actions, ties. I hare Uiled to enlist iu it, 10 ny fjr Filbnort. I'Mini .iiai 1 .,!,«• I
we v
a
Uie Cu
u k i v k o 4 W i k I i w I i
upou u ifumrnn wi.r s i n u a a o a e o u a u u e w u o i i n a 1 1
Wl«« I... Ie«lu... Lkr I ca„. I .lsj, ,0 „lf ,,J «, ,0 i'
a u u e e n i e s a s i u a i u i e u e e v o e s o a O n y i s v e v
Jitr in,
Pufftft Ju ljjfi K' iy. a it-aJer in
titUe ul !'o k, 1*
a
U i V
y
cantinJaie fur Coug es»
oil Hie its puiilic.,u Jicket. In the p.a. e
oi Hit »e tutu, iwwfvfr, the iiuci.aiian
mi ave gaiiif.i R. eu Haudail, o.U
n:g»f uiiil claim that Uiey nave im de a
giod exchange it may be thnt ihey nave,
i know nut. I\uv, how am i to tell you
tiow euiwylvania is goiiig, 111 Hie luce
ol ad these tilings? I cannot Lut will
i|i»e Jou a guess. II Fiihi ore can be
Kt pt in hie field, with any show at all for
sucu. as, iluck w II gn the Stitie Pmh,.
ip .ia w. uld now give Fillmore a urn
merchants say
aud if a&sureii
a e e i s n o n a n e o i u i i o e w i
cast tneir ioiea 101 Fiemout. 1 have trud
to tell these uit'ii ol the danger lo the
lll' tl, bu, lilt y Will ll' be lleVc it, aud
U u V W a
1 uu
»bicli, us I was uot vei 1
\sA,&%
jus. men, brougiit out come ts-
riiarks( lluu w uol Vt tr JtuLlt (lJ lJir
thensie e oi mis enterprise, tiiere was no L.0od ,«euse ol tne maj my (Uay ihtse
Deniocrat present but inysell. I his can-1
liMligs
NWe St Uw
aM
Mlli
WlW
Dav.d .\icu.sou, so comprnne a, y
lo hli!!t k¥t
,fu mUvd
t0 {|tf
,lip|llutut.
luoury would yaukl,,. (j
4 i0u
Admini# r^liou evru il piesided over by Wi. ,^v'
\lr. Buchanan 11 tie could be lelt to
act upon his uwu impulses, unaffected by
external influences, and iree irom all
pledges and ohi.gahoas, expressed ano
nnpiied, tne case would be veiy diliereiil.
Hul, UhUitunau iy, this is n a so. His
1 rnt'rhanlt
...ust Obey the p.ny seut.ment o„ morning I lia letter .rL P-W'C ofBj.
^.i.ch he is elected. T„at there .re saying "that unless I make peraonul i
Democrats 111 IVnuyylvan a wito arn lull "leumi of H.m.anism. and i.iat I am or
ol iiidi^uation against the coutluu uf the i have beeu a Uoii.tm Cwthui.c. that Su e
S o u i u n a u u K a n s a s a w e w i e I o e u i i o a n a a n a n
awn re. and thai tiiey wouL use tneir in other letwr from Indiana, telling me that
flueti-v to redress her wrong* I am well il I will au'horu- my fnei.dj there to
Sdti»fieil but they are loo lew in pro
portion lo the whole party of i ,t lTuio,i
to sunai'i h's Adm ijis'muon in a »vu.
A itti !iis party. Tney hhave as Vtf' l»eii
unable to iiiaketi eii opinio ?appeur and
tie felt in lue party and ol course cannot
do s heiealtef, uouor tlie«r gootl in
teiiieu'iou?, but ea«uot beli^va iu then
power.
I repent ihat I li ve been forced to
these conclusions alter no slight itrugqle
with my leelinga aud iijclinai.oua.
.Should Mr. Buc anati be elected, a:id
his adininisiration bod.lTerent from what
my jiidg.-uieut CiMiipeU me to believe, I
snail gve it my coniinl approhaiiii, and
uiy Iteble though willing support. As
I h« hove now, I must rt-guid me Demo
cratic party us lullv co.i mated to S».utii«
em Sectional ism, toward which, for sjme
ine past it has been rapi.lly tending,
a»J I quit well a-sured tnat my duty to
IUV uuiry deman u ai toy hauAi lltts
aucritiue ot persunul leelin
I am a Roman ("utholic, they can
accure for ra. a larg« (*«rtona and Iriab
Ulf.
I have to frarm
Foiluiiately for the causc of iruth tiiere
were ether gentlemen present, and they
forever extinguished Mr. Cook by the
following atfilant wliich appears ia the
Courier
aud Lmjuirer
Commercial ~frlver/iser
Wtt# 111
Uuu u
..|, i^i u„.
1
dec sion agai'i« us, whatever may be tiis
"'"."""i
or
|,%,fry
,iiid
kiJUkV he WM trQm
be iiiitapplied, thui eudeavoruig U1 pre- ,i I cau: him in Missouri, let him loo,
veut coiiiributious ovvu irom Ineads oi
the measure.
1 uiig .t oon with tins catalogue and
e uiiierate other iodic itions il ucce.-saiy.
suowiug llrat ie prevailing tore of lue
[wriy is hostile lo Kansas but I consider
it only necessary to add tnat what I have
said relates but to the North. I'heSouili,
where lue great mass oi the par y s to
be louud, makes no r»'ensiu.i as a whole
il.e udv e.cy Ol uuytiling but P"'« I Tbe Quakers aic hall 'cwed^aitend"
Bolder Runiauisiu.
Venoout^
if I catc
out. Why, I was so augry that I actua
Iy said some very uuuabic things 0i JLU
vid It. Atchison.
Kansas and Missouri, (knowing, il
seems to me, no difference between n.
bori'er counties and St. Louis), is ul| tiie
conversation andil we ca..n 1 save Penn
sylvania, by keeping Fillmore be.'ore the
p- opie, we arc gone lor il t.e is dropped
Frt lUJnl gets two-tuird# ol the voles.
t'g
[lueetin^s aud saymg that 'v ri'.y Fie-
iiioul ia a proper innti Never lear
mociuie can y tlie llag
noiumau Bucoauau and we
si.alI s.and by nun and it lie is beaieu
we nave a higner duty 10 periorm— it is
to save ine lunou, 1 shall ttien expect
all good uteu to be witn us. lor all in
Missouri, 1 hope, Iwve Uie L'nion »er
than th- prr ilege ol extending slavery
1 U ltU lgr
at^
reajwet satisfied, and
ht,',:"i,b
,,,-itiw .,s and hearty Fremont man. U 1 are iu
iilHUU
Uirili OiOulflK UU tUlliti I
,ie Wlfll t0
i
.-
turmeU 1 hut |je uij
wb,c!i tic, ed an-
.u
tlu iV
|laSuU
aii
,,..
tr 4 4
i Ui«mi ail huuies yuu
itisinuated. 1 had a
s and ^t^ltlg^'!•
Certainly have
kuuckcd Wlne e
.Je
y|
tUei^doTn n' Uud
aQ[ bet!U ufrai lJjat l[)e Woj] (j
a sincere
tiot
g# iq
AiLany.
J. L.
Moriir,
1SJ Ciiiton st., Brooklyn.
N. COM io( «, Ja.,
19 William at., N. Y.
II W. Pur i a,
ao Beckman St., N.
or BaooaLvx
.(ve
Y,
Brooklyn, SejK. 16 h. 18-36.
K i s n O U S
City
8S"
On the lU day of
Septfuilier. A. D. 1S-SU, betoru ine per
sunnily came John L. Moffat and N«
than Comstock, Jr., a«d R.,y W. Po'ter,
tne subscribers 10 the foregomg state
ment, to me severally personally known ft:iC
and the said Moffat and Potter be
a„a M„. r,,n«„ true. I
TERMS, £1 50 JUttT^ KC£.
A Liar ?uuoued. lowing wtUfjtraphic di»p»«ch w*» l.ur|kk
A Mr. B. F. Cook, of New Y«rk,i to
(ew#jtr-»jrs
called 11 long since, upon CoS* I rcmont New Yoaa, Hrpi.
to ask him wutiitf alxul his re 'Tltc
h! to winch *. e sat a!a toriiy answer* gives »n acconnt i an inter*
1 1 v i e e w e e n o e o n a u u n e
I i s u I o o k s u e u e n u y u i s i e 1
ao account of toe unlet view, in wbicU be i 114. ,te« ,j t,.e C.!oa«l
took occasion to greatly misrepreseut tb« i Fremont dei ared that (bat qui^tidn waa
conversjition, by putting word*IiIm lime
111 the Colonel's mouth I
w
•1 atn Irequen.ly iitUrrognted by all
|£H?.^r.
re
over the country
CotRiHtrrft!
r,'u'
mr
1
of the 17th.
ArrmwiT.
Tfc* Wtk»rsigneJ weie preaent wttfc
B. F. Cook at fan interview with Colonel
hrciuont, concerning winch he baa pub
lished a staieiu-nt and affidavit iu the
of this day. Ti e
affidavit contain* many iuaccunicies of
detail in reference to what proceeded ti.Ht
itiieiview, but wc !i,all notice grave
'Miirsi'-ns mi material inn sia'.eitivuls tu
that part which relates to the interview
itseli. .Mr. Cook was introduced as a
I" illm.ite, n »t a Fremo it man. lie
alraigh:way pr ceeded lo .uteiruga'e Col
Fremont 111 legard to ma faift awl pr^*
ent belief and was apatve.ed lompi'v
and e*pl'Ct jy, as Mr. Co k 1ms repre
seuteJ town:—I'hat
!,e
uevei had b^eu, aud hatl mtrr j»voie«sed
to a Caiiiuiic but it is not true m.»t
ue Slid iu felerence to the J-U*gaiiuu
mat was waiting for lnm. as Mr C00L
sta ea, 'when iney interiugtite iue 1 snail
put ine mosi lav .ral.ie construction upon
tne matter that I can. wishing to offeud
none l.a 1 to secure tne vote ol all.
wi.l riot do to deny these things loo
s rougly for it ia securing me very many
votes Ou the coutrary Col. Fremont
expressly said, 'I have been called upou
by many lo deny ail ana (atii.hc.
ami by others lo a-^ert l! e same, but all
that i can do wnen parties call upou ine
to Intel I'ogate me in regard to Ibis matter
is to tell tne siuip'e tiutn, just as 1 have
told you. Col. Fremeiit wenl ou to say
that he thought every citizen was entitled
to his own religi .us belief, at that he
would not coudjinn any man for differ
ing with lnm in iorins ol worship that
in judging e man he looked upor ins iile
auu not i.i* proicssioi. 01 luith. He said
iiotniiig whatever about 'securing votes,'
or 'its not doing to deny these iniiigs too
atr Migly*— nothing whatever capable oi
fuch a cousUuci on or justilyinir such an
inlerence. II, txpies'ed no unwilling
uess '.bat we should 'muke a public ust
any statement' tha he gttve. Mr.
Cook, at tiie conclusion of tin* interview,
pieaeuttd bis hind lu Cot. Frt inotit in a
iriendiy tnarn.er, expre^eJ hnuself high
ly gratified, a id said that be should vote
lur it mi. Rejerring t. me fact that he
'['"f
CdU
no N*i«gara was earing to this pan
ariJ had «»n loard, to tiie -il vf cur mfor«
illation, alnjm u*o huadred per oni, a! oat
ei.hiy of wiiOfil Were Cabin paS9»kig«!r«t
loity officers and crew, and the renraia
Jer sie« rnj e passengers. Ftoiu all mat
that ue iaugiiii»ei n regur.1 ta the itiiia
ber lost it is pxl-abie that U cannot be
leas tiiHii one hundred. I he water waa
very cold aud a cold wind blowing, so
tnat many aai.k from nuiibncas, whoi
would utiiet'wise l.avo been able to ciiAf
10 flouts until assistance came,
the steamer Traveler was aboat W|
miles •'i^tant when the fire brok# out 00
the Nn-gara. 1'h# Capiain ordered oil
to be thrown into Ihe furnaces ar sil
possible steam was maJe to itacii th«
scene 01 the disaster. Kvery one accord#
so the Captain uud officers of the Trs?
*-lfr credit tor making
every
ertioo to save 1 ft*.
was liol, nnd
Iowa Can&mt.—Members
Trilun«.
COIUIlllSSi(iUe|' oi Deeds.
In commt nting uj»a this matter the
Courier and E xjutrtr
says:
V\ e leave Mr. Cook to the judgment
of the public. If that judgment be pre-
i-1. .'fcini«rou« u
„.1
tm»r. i,,...,- .ha .k- tJo. ... i
Tne public now have the whole case
bi [ote them u ine
7 7 "Inch
f"
f!i
40.
01 Bb
at this city. OO the re«
... ity.
ditficujty, st lia had formed his
^Uen
uu
,!,'at
ter^lrh-TT "W ».
•"M^t *0 a« to Mr
ru/eji fium bum trohstinls and Cu#fo
a
«. k. T™.
,l
8 u a a
U01.
I'.just-ce us tho
C"inmetci*l .1 lwrtser
I'rttmM.
ropftes no as to
secure the votes ot ail. i lie
re is now a
deputation watting for me, wlioae errand.
I doubt tiui, is the sam«. Ii is better to
^ay a» Imle about tr-is muter as possible
atid we inuti nian'ige the tbiug as Weil
as we can, a» at lo get lfc« trotea of both
side*.'
fin* written upa
a i e a a i u a e o n A
F. -m th" Cuicajfo
®ta**?r Biagara Byroad
Tlie comrminity w«i painfully startled
at an early hour yesterday morn teg by
the distress): intelligence of the burning
of the Coliitigwo*. I steamer Niagara
Wednesday alieinooa cbout four o clock,
between Ozai ee und Sf elovgan, on tu#
west s!-ue ot Lake
4Vjici,
^au. i'he Just
announcement was received by telegraph
Irom Milwaukee, and soon alter ibe stva*
mer Iraveler came in, bringing a num
ber ol the rescued el thu craw aud pat*
wngers.
poaaibla
FtwmU find t:$
-Tea i'dm**,
ing exuact fiotn its letter of a Georgia
Slave holder to the K«V Yoilt
Timu,
ia
worthy of atteutiou
'And as to ti,- forrai of n Frer i'Sal
Party iti every Slave Slate. I do not uta
|i naie to say it could Le done with asc, if
mobs were out of the way. And it could,
11 necessary, in spue of tn«ia. A few
bra* e hea ls could do the work anywh«re.
dut, misrepresent as Fremont haa
been, I will not say that he could get tha
electoral vo'e of any Slave State. Yet
it is beyond all doubt that lit* could get
thousands oi ihe people 3 votes in every
one of these States. I will go further,
will predict that iu twelve mouih* frtfll
now tiiere will be a Republican party in
every Southern State. Such a patty will
not be based upon hostility to the vested
ri^Msof any man. It will hav« fjr ila
object the introduction among our people*
ol Maternal leelings towards our fellow
citizens of every section, and of a ay»
teiu of rational politics.'
of tho v*«
rious local committees throughout tba
S'-ate, and other meirbers of the Repub
lican party having business with the State
Executive CviniiUtee, afe respectfully
requested to correspond with the under*
signed at Fort Des Moines. Let the
Iriend* interest themselves in effectipg a
complete and thorough oigaii'Zntion ia
every preciuct, every .uriiv and eveiy
Jiatnct. W. FARNKR,
Sec'y of I. S. Fx. Cora.
Repu
1
!. n papers plea.ie '^py.
They Come by ffui,drI*.—Twa
hun­
dred and fifty Democrats of Detroit who
v ied (God lorglve ihtiti!) for erce iri
lb«52 sign
an
Address le the p^opiy
ci
Michigan ia which tiiey declare their in
tention to vote far Fremont and Dayton,
'hey find their jusiificntion for this act
in the w a nt.. 1 and ttini^ceMMiry renew t!
of the agitation ol the Sluverj ques'ioft,
by the Adininistratiou, and in the re
'geg whica have been perpetrated Kan
fas upon free white men, that Slavery
might be plagted in the territory. Their
appeal lo tbeit lelluw D'-niociats to sus
tain tie. integiity of the Democratic faith,
is powerful aud u.uat be effective.—01».
fr-yThe i'tsbotrh pipers say u
notwithManding nil tiie efforts of tiro
users, the Democratic dainotmrt
11 I ti Hon in that place on Wednesday la'"
1' 1
w,ck U,,
'K waa a complete failure Forty thousand
Iy afiiruit did eaci. or UiuiseJi de-1 wis confidently a,,icipa.ed Lu': b, cut
pose and sny, tnat bv had read aud fully Ttie numhei ctidnot exceed 1.5 t) V»r
un- erstuod the contents ol said s atement!
ous caus are or lUlt
llU1
T. SANX "V \,
,u n,
.er. we muM iu jiisitr-add, tb« louil ol I giA
the
y
U u e u i
i3er tte
*T
U ,J #uWl
Lo#M. I«f. aodoa the etreogth^ whicH b« W-i mil Mi«w
a
wj,,ld to
"',ZZ
ti ue one is tnat u.e people of Western
P"tin*yivania are for Fremont.
tidF At tiie great Buchanan gathering
at ^lorris, ou the fifth, a Fremont man
offered a bt that of the first ci.e hundred
"r-
remontera. Tl e
v as
°!!'i
fHn
4
levei y re,peciabk firm of w hich he is V/i- I
uiei.il/er. ouu of waom, at lea t,
We 1 KXX*'
.1 ii„r. 1 i"!'4* were for i» inui.t. at.d dunyaav«u
kn
o.v dill'ers with him 111 pontics 1t*.,,,.
n nt Tl
bbet.*t*
-R I
U
f"
o o I i e
I'Uinp-rftd vv audi eager ot. the arn.s of tne Stnie of Maine, It f»
-This is the mot*
tttatiiiaia iioiwaieu- a motto full of good omen. Many a fcftte
wh*r*
W.iot 4ir^f/

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