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Citn ilcgislcr
g. M. ZIEBACII, s77: TEDITOlt
8IOUX CITYj IOwX
8ATUHDAY &KPTEMBER 1, 1KH0
DSMOCEATIC NOMINATIONS.
For I'iMJ.sil'KNT:
STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS,
or li.i.tN'ois.
FOR VICK rUEvSIUKNT:
HERSC11EL Y. JOHNSON
OF OKUItlilA.
PilESIDBSTUL ELEtTOltS.
AT LIIOI.
HKVtlY CLAY UKAVnf II,-,,,* i, v
LINCOLN CLAKK.i.r .,„uuiy.
MhTaii'T ELrnoRS.
n BKXNKTT, 31 arlen rountv
Dial.—U UitA.ND ISYlNuTON, Johns,n ..iutv
STATE TICKET.
For Secrotury of Slulc:
fORSK, of 04 Moflitcs county.
jFor Auditor:
O. W. MAXPIKlii), of Bremer Co*
l*f»r Treasurer:
W. KLLIS, of Davft* County,
F',r
«.f Sfiife »/uiJ Offlve:
PATRICK KOHH, of Woodbury Co.
For AM. iik-Y Ortiieial:
WM. McCLIJiTiCK, of Fayette Co.
«i Su^iviuo C'Mirt
J. M. EtWOOI), of Polk County.
For njri e«R—-J,!
BEN M. SAMUELS,
!ahu jsie.
RBPl'BLICAXIIIH OOOMUO.
•late stand In I
was:
Fremont,
Buchanan
Filmorc,
Thus the popular vot,
against Fremont. It
But the Fathers of the party will not
•ufTer such a betrayal of genuine Repub
licanism. Lincoln tells us that he bates
Slavery, he believes, as macb .n any Abo
litionist." Further than tnat, if he were
In Congress, he would vote for theprohibi
ttou of slavery iu Territories. He is dote:
mined to place Slavery ,n the course of
ultimate extinction." Nor is Seward dis
posed to abato any of his hostility to the
South. He will uot let up on the weak in
the faith. In his Roston spt-ech, of the
14th ult., he declares that Abraham Lin
coln claim to the Presidency, "is, that
this that is arou»ing the conservative, pat
riotic forc.8 of the country and combining
them in manly d, fencoof whatever i 4 dcaT
in peace, valuable in the uion, advanta—
peons in the enforcement of |}ie laws, and
precious in the right of self-government.
AN IMPORT ANT COXCE18ION.
In recent speech at Dover, N. H.
Senator Hale significantly nuked—''Did
n our forefather. Know something about
popular sovereignty lie then went on
to slioir tliat populur sovsreiguty was the
essence of the d,»ctriue ol the revolution.
If any evidence were wanting to show the
impregnability of Judge Douglas' position,
and the astounding popularity of lii.s doc
trine, we could readily find that evidence
in the words and acta of his enemies, lie
publican leaders will make any sacrifice
and adopt any expedient which will secarc
to them a party triumph. They Itavo not
failed to obssrve that their cherished creed
of Slavery extinction and Congressional
dictation are odious in the sight of the
people. Ths rnass.:s still have some ac
quaintance with tho causes of th. Revolu
tiofl—ytiil venerate the fathers of that pe
ri' d—
Mill cherish highly the right of
self-government, which was bequeathed to
us as a rich I •J.'-'UJ*, They are unwilling
to surrender that boon, at the bidding of a
canting, rampant sectionalism. l'urty
diill and ap liances may be brought to
bear upon them never so adroitly, but the
people, who have little sympathy with par
tizan triumphs, cannot be prevailed npn»t
to forego tlwir cherished ideas of political
right and privilege. Republicans have
iherafore taken the alarm. They see that
reactance to the popular will is useless—
that the swelling tide is destined tu an
gulph the cits morons politicians who have
arrogated to themselves nver whiah right
fully belongs only to the peop!e, Hence
the disposition on the part of Mr. Hale,
and others, to recant aud speak approv
Every mail brings us additions!
t«nr« ,.(• .1 II ". "IT1"*- irom some hut in tlio land of Krout wii
ce the increasing popu.artty of the '"Kb' ol popular sovereignty, whi-h, hero- the f-.-am of Leo,
saders, and of the tofore, they have denou iced as an explod
Democratic cause and leaders, and of the
•weeping triumph that awaits them in No
*«mber. Conservatism, which is yet th*
ruling power in the nation, ha* entered
into the conflict with a z.-al and patriotism
worthy of the cloys of JACKSON, CI.AY and
WLBSTBR. Old party prejudices have
been forgotten—past issues have b.oii
abandoned, and the friends of the Uuion
and of the right of self-government, are ptovic. anot
marching .side by side, in solid phalanx,
against Northern fanatics and Southern!
secessionists. Such an uprising of the
•olid, earnest, law-abiding men of the
country, has not been witnessed since 1810.
Thousands of this class of voters in near
ly every Northern State, who, for the
past six years, have talten no part in poli
tics, or given a great support to the oppo
sition, are uow op-n and determined in
their hostility to tho
irreprcssibll,,'
Union for the sake of the Union, a 1
overthrow of Lincoln, is the bit
and by that sign will they compier. it is
useless for Republicaus to dispute the
fact that Lincoln is hopelessly beaten be
fore the race is fiiirly begun. The loss
fnr« tlm nonr I ,1 ... 1
olution.'' If h: finds any diffienltv in
proving thut fact, we commend to hia core
(ul perusal Mr.
Hon.
of New Yerk to him is certain—and that crime of which
•lone digs the political grave of Republi
canism. Republicans admit that the op
position to them in the Empire State is con
solidated, earnest and enthusiastic. Th
New "i ork Tribune, which is the cub it"., i
and prophet of the party, claims fa. I.i
coin only 2:,,000 more votes than wer tion of Territorial policy !n which he
cast for Fremont in lH.lG. Grant all that adopted the most estrone notions of pon
tile tribune claims, and how will the ular sovereignty. Was iu favor of the
tin. vote in N. V
270,001
1
!»3,873
12-1,001
bowed 44,478
reasonable to
suppose that the vote of New York this
fall will exceed that of IMG by 30,000,
and will fully reach t!2o,000. Giving Lin
coln 25,000 mora than Fremont, which is
all his friends claim for him, and he will
have but 301,000, while the opposition
ticket will have .-2ti,000, thus securing N.
lork against Lincoln by at least 2,",000.
New York being against Lincoln defeats
bim. In view of these facts, and of their
overwhelming defeat iu November, Re
publican 1-aders have become panicstrick
on and dismayed. Some evinced willing
ness and desire to abandon their abolition
dogmas, and trim their sails anew, hoping
thereby to catch the popular gale and es
cape utter ruin. Of these, the New York
Courier and Inquirer lakes the lead, and
avows the Republican creed to be that,
the Constitution t/io,s no rijhl to ihe
General Gvir.-n.m iit to abolish Slavery in
of the States or Territories of the
Union, and consequently it cm not ran fir
any meh rir/ht upon any len ihrvd Le
gislature that t'i'j Hf.jro is physically,
toeially and morally, in a better condition
a Slave, in mos-t of n,e ,S7„,V states,
titan If would be in a stalc of f,redoni."
Truly, here is a Yauceyite in the Republi
can camp.
he confers the obliyalim of thut lliyber J, I" °f
Jmw thiit he (Lincoln) arows ftimsrlf
for weal or in, far life or nth, a soldier
on the nidi of freedom in the IRREPRKS
SIBLE CONFLICT BETWEEN I-'RI K
UOM AND SLAVKRY." No longer ...
the race for the Prcsidciicy himself, Mr.
Seward eschews ail words of conciliation,
and avows the purpose and positiq^ of his
party and candidate, with a boldness and
unresorvedness truly commendable. Mr.
Seward has noselfi»h purposes to subserve,
Mid aewrns to lie ei»e the peoplv J(
:i
per's Magazine.
ho reps
strict ic.
by his
Worccs!
ent Cot
friends to take
i he hein
uil'y, is
tldence o
some of
bis party
exercise of too n.oji
good sen .r. u. I patriot.
votes o" mcasU"
It will U: it-im-mbcrcd tiiat just
meeting of the Cnieago Convt
lhayer delivered a speech upo
Congress. Coming from an ardent IIo
publican, this was rather a severe rebuke
to his own party, which so zealously seeks
ul
That's right. Hit him again Cornelius.
He s a Republican, and evidently dun'!
believe in future punishment,
Pl&ST CIS F/IUJI OHlfll
I vMKOS OF T1IE GBOl'XD aWKIJ..
.miing omits ,'asl t!„ ir Iiind 1,.^ l^fo,^
there was a special clcctiou for iun
ci I man in the 11th Ward of Cleveland, on
the 2t)ili iust. A Dcinocratir Cnmtri^nan
had turned Black Republican, and bis
Constituents asked* him to resign, which
did. A new election was ordered. A
Lincoln man and a Douglas man were
each regularly nominated by their respec
live parties, and tho tug of war com
menced.
The Lincoln man was laid out by a ma
jority of 20.}, being an increase of 11.3
since the lust spring election.
,„"»}• yo« hear that!- (V- l,md
latn Dtaltr.
Wi occasionally meet a saiigi.iun lilnck
Republican who thinks Lincoln has some
chance for the vote of Pennsylvania.—
1 be re is no Republican party jn Pnnnsyl
vnnia and never was. They dare not call
then,S. Ires Republicans f„r fear oflov.nsr
one-halt their strength. The party which
supports Lincoln is called the peoples rar
i v
In IK.VI
HEPi ni.ICAJI DOCTRINE,
To those of our forei jn born renders
who have hitherto contributed much t,
the success of Republicanism by their i
votes and activity, we commend the fob
lowing extract from a speech of one Wib
son, delivered in the Massachusetts I. pr.
lalnre. Fhis same ils
HI
timec(H V,
"meve him," and he g«ls knocked' down i
torhit! impud«!,ee,
s,
i t.he»
tf,il
tofore, they have denou iced as an exploJ
ed humbug, a nmeral'le cheat and delus
ion. 1
hink of John P. Hale, arguing bd
1
jaji,jf, w., oo.uiueii« io his candid cousid
oration the rpecches of Ju lgo Pouglas,
the Nebraska bill arid the Dcni'jcratic
platform, which he has ^o tmiformlv rt
dialed. Mr. Hale virtually admits i,
weakness ot his own cauee and the trer
of popular v. He anticip:
the popular vei 1 alrealy se.-ks r,
uge in the rear .%« rbi« rnlUnin
O.'ITRACt. i.
1:. t'
OB
Mr.
ICS-
k Territories choosing their own ofticcrs and
managing their own affairs without any
assistance or dictation whatever from
K
J,enns ,vania
lifK-lu»Q:m
1 i'tllioiit.
Killtin rc
At the Iftht election
wall uc peopic s paify. It njW renoun
ces allafhbation with the Lincolnites, nnd
goes fo- Hell and Evereti, who will ,,0|j
larger vote tlwu Freemont. Tins iLves
LIUCOIOH supporters in a hopeless minor
,l}' li"41"1
chH"t«
HI
-v "ui iii.ii im ir unummiMifM trio value
to establish in Congress a ^dictatorship tho act. fie thought ho was right, a..
over the people of tho Territories, and 'le l{new he was making a sacrifice, and
force upon them the sectional dogmas of I r"
ivr „.I,
I.ir exhibitions of manly iude),
services are to ba dispensed ,s
fanatics of Worcester.
Wn of
•nde 'p his
the
"WUO HAS C1I.VAiUKOt
"At the Democratic State Convention
',eS M-iiiies last year, a resolution
was introduced and pissed uuanimouslv,
indorsing the Administration of James
Luchunim."—jjuoue (Jouniy jYnrr.
1 would rather be a dog, and bay the
moon a toad, and feed upon the vapor of
a dungeon—a hi.isi,iff vi^-r, and eat mud,
than be such a base falsifier, for ao miser
able a purpose.— Iloousboro Jlrald.
I am opnosed to Mr. l)ouj
Bell and Everett.
A iUUD HI
Much Democratic blood has been spilled,
many valuable lives lost, in defending the
adopted citizens, nnd especially tho Ger
muu.i, against the assaults of "the "wide
awakes."' "Native Americans,'' '-plug
uglies," Know-Nothings." "Ripraps,'
"Rloodtubs," &e., Ac., are synonymous
teims. Who does not recollect tho id^ody
horrible semes of murder and destruction
enacted by these bands iu Louisville, Bal
ti more, Cincinnati-, New York, and other
cities? What adopted citizen does not
know tb .t, but for the active ami united
I
..avu.-i
..ur.il.n
...^ 17
T^en th. Democacy were d.-VS"Zi *Cti
American v ,f moved in a
HOIMd
r,h,'.i.'
uss'iilu"t
o v e i n a s o i a a n
creants that we should have been exclu-
,T
for the vote
of I enn.y vania. The opposition to Lin
MMHNMMW to UM twopfo I,.,., •••'ipporigrs more than two to one, »od! l)emo"r«t« It. i "am ne. lotlraw!' return-
Douglas is as certain of the ,i...
iM« klmL 1
n,)r
*''t
(tic
JL
For the Sl.mr ¥lty Hf-wtir
YAKCTOK. I). T., August 1 ah., I860
If*. EIHTOB This town maintains a
The country around it
tip with sturdy farmets.
After an absence of some four or five
months, I
WHS
is now an as­
sistant elector upon tho Republican ticket
in Massachusetts. Read it and see what
Republican: think of foreigners:
'•In tha hear! ul the foreigner beats not
one single noble impulse not one
single throb, of patriot ism. lleissohrut
ish and degraded that he has no syiv.p ithy
for anylhinsf but cabbs-je and lurer ln rr,
potatoes mid buttermilk, or some ^niicr
nboinina! outlandish dish, only fit for hogs
of the stre«'t p^n.
"'Some tell ma thst many foreigners
are intelligent: yes, inteMiirpnt- llow in
the name of the Almighty God can they
say it I L'.ok at the DiHchinan ,snioking
his pipe, and il y(,"i cull see a ray of intel
lijjenee in that dirty, idiotic looking ftoe
of nis show it to me. Look at tho drunk
en, bloated. Irishman, wi(h bis rot gut
whiskey bottle in bis pocket, and he drunk
and swearing and reeling, and show me iu
that polluted iaet one spark of morality.
intellect or education. Tho idea is per
fectly absurd—it is preposterous.
"We must change the laws of the land,
and prevent these ignorant, degrade 1 pau
pers here from voting nrid holding i.Miee.
agreeably surprised to see
such uti agtieuiiural development. This
^»iiI soon cause eligible "lots U be sought
after with avidity. Gov. L. S. presides
v, his department of the affairs of the
Company with his wonted geniality and
digr.itj. He is now negotiating a first
class st»am saw mill. Their necessities
imperatively demand its speedy erection.
The store of the IIuii. D. T. 1?. is being
renovated, and will soon present very at
tractive features. As postmaster, he is
prompt, accurate, and gpi.tlemanlv.—
Quartermaster Lee. with a wisdom char
acteristic of him, has selected two mail
drivers who give ample satisfaction to the
public. Mac and Charley are favorites
with all. They arrive at thh office with a
punctuality highly commendable, ami
worthy of imitation by tho Western Stage
Company on their routes. Strenuous ex
ertions will be mad- by the i .ants to
perpetuate their express.
Preliminary Meps w*r« tn"„r n to-day to
secure tho erection of a Presbyterian
church-.edifice at the tun. jf Fourth nnd
Locust Rtreets."
I bey are a set of unprincipled villains arid
rut'iians, who uon^iejf.tle iu and around
our large cities and viil:ag»s, and live by
stealing from the Americans.
"Hoahl you have the American citizen
to s'and back, and Itt a bloated Irishman
vote instead of yourself? See th.» wretch
he appr 'neli^s—his I
tho slobber of tobacco running 'ioA-n uik v.-uoioh,^ lac-n-asiuf, i ne new
inws nnd ns he comes, v»u hear him hurrah tavern house is about to enter on a carecr
or I
irsell? See. the wretch
Eighteen miles east, we eomo to the
nourishing town of Vormilli n. Messrs.
D. C.,and II. 1). B. sell their goods at
w'lich
t,irB-
er
"Aijain, yon see a lopenrrd, wide tnon'ht
u anVkinir in hi* bars
wl''skeM
garlic and onions enough to kill a whitf
man -iOO yaros, and before he can say any
thin*
in
lh^
for. the people, that popular sovereignty must vote, nnd that vote counts as much i table house. Four miles north is BruVe
was the essence ot the doctrine of the Rev. w yours or mine. This is outrageous and I
K
•his knees knocking and Pri'es secures to them a patronage
scco runninj: down his
and here he comes fre-h „f prosperity. Messrs K & W intend to
trom the bogs, just one vear ago, end '. w. mteud to
wa.its to vote—and because the ovs crv
Th« ci.I.-n. have-ult ,i! •. ,! liber-
eat cry is made y for a bell tor :..e Pre.sby! i: in !:urch
ul.out tt by old one demagogues. I say it "Onward" is tU motto of th:s i, ivn The
is rirfht, let thein stand back. v.
u mutlJ u| l,JS l,H
J!
muilet headed dntehman coming up just
vvt!Slalls
von see a lopenrrd, wide tnon'ht
v,3r'int,(o ftre
trom some hut in the bind of Krout,, with region.
nbotnir,al.!e, thr^e f-reien-rs that hawenr n fauul.es have tak.n cla.ms
ru-delectioi s for old bners will I aveto lenm
•'-eir pla"es. They no reriffht t,
te th^n the brutes «i'the field, and hsv
it half the s-nso of a .. X, w Foord
.' rid dog and Go knows, w*r« I a can 11
_.
!e fur any oifiee, I would tell
er*'
ti
Otion.
and hi* breath' smelling
1 teen mii.
i,,lve two
tfe8
apers and vagabonds the«e vila, dirtv
diy degraded, idiotic foreigners I di
n.lt want t'-n- v..- s. 1 if I
e„ei. R1„ n
candidate, I p.. ,, never v.il!
them.
r"
i it»««a
speech of Hon. John J. V,
•.isville Thursday
hmtdred bead
1
«"»h'»g t, when he be-
11: -1,9trcsStssaw:
is a Union man. And a Union man I can bo swept away
always trust, when I know bim to be sin
cere and in earnest. a« 1 believe Douglas
to be. (Continued Atit,!«nse.) I have
spoken not to compliment Mr. Douglas
merely. I have spoken because I desire
to give mv testimony to his truth. 1 be
lieve Mr. Douglas be a patiot, and I
know him to be a Union man by all the
evidence that ono public man can give
another of his sentiments. (Applause.)
lie is ft generous, hold man, speaking
what he thinks and doing what he knows
to he right. (Repeated applause.) Rut
'Ui-k I
Increased applau e. tlw-rcf .,,
ir. Dou^lns in the pub ..t him.
i i«ve noted with him.— 'i-itthop ..
Ibough generally opposed, and especial
upon party ipiestions, wt have at times .! i
ted tojr.-ther. and paitieu'arly on on?
!.
uiomcntouo c.(c:ti.i'»n, «ho-i »e s- I .' Douglas, ami t-- •!.
gather in i)tp"S'tion to timt inf.tn: coin, and that
com fit
('otisti'utioii. (!)eafe!-. .•• ha» ruined tie
piause.) He was saciiticini* liii tu.iu t,. Ietiutcratic ptrt, li, mm »u
tion,^ on that uecasion wiiii many poiiti jn ilu-ir beu-ic i knee.?, be»»in
cal triends he was sacrificing us liatcriug •. and if they turn their atteiiti". ..
prospects for the highest ottioe in the gov- :. icr.ds of Beil and Everett, atkn i
ernment. as any man
the country ever I be bo recognized, their overtures "are
had. I fully believe he did what he con promptly rejected. Hence they are obli
ceivco to be his duty, and. in defiance of god to go to tha Republicans for uid and
ad opposition the rack of the Preside .', oinfort—a party that will first use, and
omcial friends, and open fn's he acted like then cast tlicma s'de.
a man. (Tremendous chcerinir.) He
might have been mistaken in whut he did
but that little dimminishei the value of
ao )',,r
Tba e W a
1
p'psr piibli i Rock I i I, tt i
forms its readers of the origin of the
"Wide Awakes'' a name originally belong
ing to a plug ugly assoeiation such as use
the awl on election day iu Baltimore.—
Ihe C/i}\mic(e uavs:
The gentlemen of the "wide aw ikeclob."
who are now so zealously blowing their
horn do nut appear to know what hinterical
reminiscences are attachi to his name.
ihe title ide 1/ci.'/.-r.,' first acipiired
notoriety in 18/. f, when it graced those
1 an Is of nativists who (•omewhut later ac
quired such celebrity under the name of
Know-Nothing?. Person* who lived in
New ^ork in IH.Vt, will remember the
outrage which these white hatted loafers
committed on Germans of Xi w York
Brooklyn and Williamsburg. For dies.ike
of decency, the Republican battalions
should baie adopted a diffeient cogno.
men.
ViLLtSO INTO t'StON LING.
F. A. Williams, Esq.. of Bloom field, a
leading Repubban Mayor Abner P. Stin
son, one u! the opposition s strongest men
Wilton Sawder, of Portland, a Republi
can Supervisor Chaplin Haven), of Lans
ing, elected by the Republicans Justice of
th" Pence Mr. H..lianl, late Mayor of
\}-:ianti, and C. lii idgett, a Republi
can Leg,slator, an-1 leading mun in Ale
party, ail of Michigan, have. |y letter nr
upon the tt'imp. lately sii'iiilied their in
t.oition to not only vote but work hence
forward for Douglas and Johnson,
Major H. S. Bubte, recently the editor
of the Peru lleruld, a Republican paper
in Lnsalle county, Illinoin, has declared
openly aud above board for Douglas and
Johnson.
The Putnam County Standard", pub
lished at Hennepin, Illinois, has dropped
the names of Lineohi atffl Hamlin, which
it formerly run up, and now Haunts to the
bree/.e the fli* of the Union with the
names of Douglas aud Johnson,
Hon. Cluirles Hetts, of Freeport, who
was in lK.iti a hillnwi-o elector, and ac
knowledged to be one of .he ablest wen
in Northern illiuois, has come out in a
Ion? and unanswerable letter for Douglas
and Johnson.
1
he I roy Daily Times is reported to
have rnlli.Hl to the support i our noni
inee.i. ihe Albany limes, wi:h which
the other may have bren confoiiMded, is
working bravely for Douglas ar,d Jnhnson.
F. A. Mitchell, Esq., of West Union,
Fayette county, haj c-oine out from tho in
consistencies of Abo Lincoln Republi
canism, and joined the grand ai iny of De
mocraey. Jtf Is a n-'»•?:young law.
ycr, and will do 1 s-ivl-.-,: 'or Douglas
and Johnson.
o«u. »,
is constantly increasinf. The new
u,aiuit»cti!re
George W. I .4,|,
„r ftirt)i.
6I
h'therto Republicans, of Wnite Pigeon,
Michigan, can stand it no lovger. "fhey
now hurrah for iilk.ry, Dou-lan and John
«cm.
I'l. Die,.:' .s a• i.-i- p,
former a p-. n ,.
tame, Omv, uiai iie» latter a man ot intlu
"Uce of iicrlhi-viit. eiiity, htivt* walked ever
tc Democracy and Mibs ribed to 1 'emocrat
ic principles, i h»*y will not only vete bnt
stump for Douglas and Jubusor..'
'i lie Detroit Five Press ht.s it "n
n- 1''e
with their well known perse-
J! Wf!glanS! Wl. tht'!r we" k,,ow"
perso-
doing much agriculturally for
.{, i
Point. Mr. \V, i sfton bo able to invite
*orll hut a Dimi-rat" he «l»e travelling public to enter his eerafor
Cre
-k ,* 1' I
o(
"t»t®. i Le settlers of this vicinity are
red with a post cffice. A ste: saw
.s confidently expected to arrive this
lhusyuu see, Mr. Mditor, the I
nces of advuuceuK-n! oa ail sic!
rade of^ioux City is «,or,sia:.
»ed bj the masses wiio find tie
,t. u: i ta Territory.
Political.
•:vas progresses v
an, it is extreme1
ami instinctive to witness tu
fu.1.'
111
other thii'ffs he
W
"r®
b'"'"g
m,uIe
gS 111
TheDe •. i: •:.
er iaipor:- :. .- I
ranks, in the p.»r „...
of Metmiora. f.,r
iv
porting 1.
-ider bin
ion. M'
a Repul
aorkt'd 1
influence
»n P"
i sen time 11 Is, and tho wriggling of tUe par
tizan orators. Already wt see th2 man a
I know Mr. Ioni?las very well, ladies I gers of the UreckinrM-e disunion faction
a ofI gciitiemeti. From Mr. juj las 1 np driven to the wall, an 1 strn^ling to turn
ebund no danger. 1 have never leeii a the tide eetti .g so stiunn'.y lUfain-t them.
'iiiocrat, as you 1- (Applau "eitiptin/ to disc ...
ink, fair and hr. i .p.inec.t 11,. are for disunion. i-^ -,
'mocra' ic part v. 1 ever bt- '••red i'mi it wit, i
i iinr» ii.,,,, from tin o
fi-..o
.... 1 ,i .'
M-ij
The true Union men lUe uuitingthrough
out the country, which wilt prove the sect
ionali.sti frwnj the high placos they now
occupy, and they will not be heard cf after
the fourth of March next. The voice of
the South has been heard in her local
electiviis and it only remains for the North
.peak, whe.i the mi. chicf makers wili
The pe.ipje are rising in i. i^ht,
and will administer such a re! ... hese
political cravens that will not a ^.»for
gotten. All is well, and will terminate
gloriously. No fear need be eutertaiued
tor the result, lor the great mass of the
people have take# th« matter in hand, and
the work wii! be weil d.jiie. 'iho.so who
art* dressed with a little brief authority
inny now strut their brief hour upon the
political stagp, but they have not sullivieut
brains to see the storm gathering which
snail bring destruction upon them but they
wi 1 be overwhelmed. On the 4th ofMcrcii
Stevens of Oregon, and S,-otf. of Califor
nia, who are for destroying ths Uni for
the purpose of settino- up a Republic upon
iho Pacific Coast, Yancey, Cobb & Co.,
who de-iire a southern Republic, and all
the big and little dogs who join in their
cry, may laok on with what cor.ip isuro
they can command, and see Stephen A.
Douglas walk into the Presidential Chair,
an 1 ail of tlu*ir nice schemes .11 .n.
an 1 treason forever thwart
Daily U' raht.
ritK KLKCTOIIAL VOTES.
i tpniocra'
iv repeale
recently
ed bis int
Johnson.
Ciilifornia
•f i iri
IIHm'H
ritt.iiua...
MliMlft.!.*'"
M.t lilt liUtfc'ttH.,
liini. s.ifi,
New Hitritprthii
N« Vork.
....... ..
MfcrvUujl
M» I- l*i
-MU..UII
No. tli i minima.,
fviith hi Inn
T.
Virjjiuiu..
the Democrats on these mis
1 1 N
ded from the laud. '1
-c tt' I Dr. Backus bought a load of hay. It
rUK .V
70,iKi-—A responsible csuie to his barn drawn by quite a string
citwen of jvoffgt&, in luwa county, ibforinfll of cnttle. The forward joke were po^r.
us that finr »ind Republican-? of that dimimitive creatures about a year old,
place, wiio went over to ihe Williamsburg lie esked tho farmer who drove th*m
mass meeting on Saturday week, came what be put such things inij his team for
home in ths evening wholu suuled Douglas "To draw," said lie, "To draw return
wh'lS'Sld:':
JL
i fa,Its minds down hill!"
,ul"
I OlfJ/liti

MII-
Ivitni^
Kliclt. 1^1 i
V'Tntmit,
Wi I'll:-
TH
K
'Uipro in iu
I to hs ranks. «nd declar
to suj poit D. uglas ai
Prof. J. C. Watson of AID AC
vers ty, formerly a Republican,
ciart lor Douglas and J,tV
ton Esq i yo-ii.f lawy.-r
Mich has also deserted
and has taken the stump
Johnson.
(hi: I!' .',1
tl«, Wili-.,!,. ,,, I
bit, Douglas rati.
city over one bin
chin in the ten
voted lor 1
now enth'.
The th
land or-.
tie Cret k.
publicans,
ujtlas aud
meeting in that !?,Man
•ii were seen mar **j
i procession who
"ii ui lr'i i, and who si
(or the littb Giant.
i eratie papers at Port
all cut '..|-
i !ii i ...-, .itiCis r:. V u:s-I.
If any one man is authorized
for the Republican party, that
William II. Reward, and'hc has- s
and iu unmistnkai.le terms set toi i th
issues on which the Republicans are cot
testing the Presidential election Thet
issues .uo as follows:
1.
1
HE
Ut nn.it Liw
VS. THE
TION'.—Mr.
•i ath,
At this time, when tho campaign is i-t
op ning arid every one is cyphering «nd
prophesying on the probable result of the
election, it may be interesting to our rea
ders to have a table before them showing
tho number of electoral votes to which
each State is entitled. The following list
will aifordthe desired information:
-m -i„i\
ihe l're«iifa ..I i. ,,
THIII,'
Pli'llM -i
»r i^t
Aljil?im
Arkiii,-.
Ft' i i-!»
kpjjtor}.
a s
ie 1RR1
COXSTITI
Seward says, Mr. Lincoln-
ciaim to the Presidency is based on th
fact that i!,
the higl
2. Tin:
I^NtON I
ivows hi
i.'ncoin
or Weal
n the si.'
ilBLE
ior life or 1
eedom in
.,!'T /..-I
N
stuj-j ot toe coniiiot iielorc the great tr
iinipli iuagur.H ion of this policy (that
the higher iaw aud the irrepressible coi
fliot,) IN I'd THr. G.IVUMV V(T\f n-|fe
TKil StATI
o i
A a S o I
iV ith this victory- comes the em' i ,e
i wer of slavery in tiie United S
Two Ei.Kcrioxs
*a
TAX-PAYIXG HOUSE
or-
A
I. LI SON &i CHARLES,
WA nud Ihtitglat Six..
SlOfX CITY, IOWA.
WKteiii-iiiet
witl l,uy nnd #e Kxrlinii^c inak Cii'-,-.
irt»i,il i,run,mi. ...
"'•It Iiaiitl iii-rti iiIs I,c,-:itn l.imit'Win im n I'
"'mi i,'"
1
K"t"r
r'it'15.
Septtmber isoo,
rftTidfel ifrht. sivl (o rontinnn ov»j
Ihf* ^^iou nirt.
filmix Oily, A.n
.11.
,J ,..von „,here
w A
1 0 0 0 0
XligKoist Marls...
I'ri/- «P1
:n
re-
liable authority that not less
or forty in Lansin-* and its immediate \,
cuiity, who have lvi-etofi.re act, with t!
RepubHc-.ans, will now vote for Dougl
and Bari •.
i,- -. ... ,j ..
miuent Republi- ,.
1 lie l'eii '!,keep-ie Ttifgraph snvs that
f. L. Stickle, of tha town of Clinton.
teretofore a leadin 11 -pubitcnu. has de
clared for ltonrla
se he do
such a
1
r,a|,} in
CASH 0E G00B8.
MILT* i.N j,
'il* Tity. AugiM 2otJ»., Jo»io 4.si.
$25 REWARD!
STOIsUiSf
I' i* :r, '-.er on Sa hi v
TWO KORR'sIL iH|
-I'h\V
are well matched—ab-
h'."ds hijh. and i:t vcars old.
One of 11 i
her fac«, ..
hind foot
The other one na» a whit «.
foreh cad, also on her n»,-k -,
scar on her rti-tip. She v
oal, an would bav«
A P..I
from the tim
1
In taking
insists
halter on on -,
Tie*
It is against such doctrines
at the men, North an'
Mni ill
within
Old partv issue
rdv'f that "all me
i10 'ovc ereneo tho Con
stitution, and desire the enforcement of
frtntuto laws rather than the higher law,
may unite in the common cause oi pre
serving the peactt of the country a- 1 i
baking sectionalism, Jlurf)i/o ,,
I)'
O K
by is Caleb Cushion (Cushiiiji) the
most corncnicnt of all Cushions? Be-!
cause when it is unfit for one ch-iir, it mnv 1
be used tor another," I
iicK noi
Oris!'Mil \ofl
to WllITMr.R „1,.!J
t-!.% I...i,«„,I tj.,1:
TC\
til** in tij
Ii -I" tie !, ii, «i i!,.
i
Pitt
sr
or
hlft iu
k-r thi'
i 1
i'ity, N. t., hiw
lUMu-r ul lh« lut
name ui tiu Ut(
S U I
nr
TtJJi IIOISK—When .lefVersou Was ehctc
by the IInise, there were sixteen Sut»s.
and nme were necessary for a choice. Oi.
thipty-livo ballots they stood each time!
Jefferson, eight Rurr, six tied two. On
the thirty.sixth ballot .letfcrson had ten
States Burr, four: Blank, two. Inlw.'l.
John t^niney A-bims was chosen President
by the Hoti-:e of KeprexentAiiros, I'hei-p
were th»n twenty four States: Mr. Adams i
received in the House the votes of thirteen I
General Jackson 6: Mr. Crawford 4.
11
111
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itiat
o»»'
if ii Bail'
New A«ivcrir-
'.iN^ C0U1CTKS
linur" (t i
ynv will cart lully
Pay Taxes
I" I'wa ni"l X«l.i,Ml(n |„-irtl( iilm- attention piven
te ll". »Mf:r T.X.I.
1'J- Fire
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ronvr vrindn^ ifono, Tltlr^ oxanilnrd,
J'ti iiMii '.I, 1'aMtsii.trtfj
Atf.»rnr«y
l^itura uf inquiry ,,,
AM- 'mzx 1V4V!
Auction! Auction!!
uss{wisj5!!ss,ssr:
CASH CAP rrA
M. HKLLOt
J-".
r. i,
'7»
At my Store Rooms on Pearl S r. et,
II J»J r.f
Ready-Mado Clothing,
OKSr.l FCKX/SHJXG CO /U.,:
Orj Uoorts, XotSoiis. trmhrai
BOOT? AM) SlioKS. II.VTH AXf) A I s,
CUOCJtRIES. dtc., to.
Tlwalioip g- nil! tie
BOM
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