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L l) t XX l p U U llLUlU 1 -" T-- ! I. lATTHliU, EM ; a vaAfTvii a at art. j ja mm m simM m.' m m m h . w mar Thnrvdaj fiorainov? 20, 1856. FOR PRESIDENT. IN 1860. JOH C. FRETIOT. VltMOST FOR PRESIDENT 1 1360 The Republican press in this and other States have already very generally pla ced the name of C I J. C Fremont at tne hsadt of their papers as a can Jidnie for President in i860. The nomination U readily and enthusiastically responded to by tbe Republican hosts every where. Such is the apparent unanimity of pub-; lie sentiment on this subject, at present, i that it it probable there will be no occa- aioo for a national convention to nomi- nate a Presi leciial candidate. In obe- diene to what teems to be the universal a desire of tbe Republican party, as veil as our own inclination, we cheerfully hoist the name of the gallant and roble FREMONT, aa our candidate for presi- dent, in 1960. subject of course to the decision of a National Convention, should one be held. With him as our stardard bearer the cohorts of slavery can and will be vanquiebed, and the government, de livered from the rule of nullifiera and Jis naioniats, atavery extanaionists and Ar istocrats in Dedaocrsiic guise, adminit m 1 . . 1 j xri: imrzu mm it waa in me umjm 01 tvasning-i Ion end Jefferson. Republicans! keep ! tbe watchfires burning. Remember we1 btvs a sleepless and powerful foe tollw"K BeoTucsa. The New York Eve I n . . . rr !. contend with: which, thouah once pare and patriotic party, has become : fearfully and dangerously corrupt. It once claimed Jefferson as its founder: is now lew by such nullifiera and slavery cstsasionists as Jefferson Davis. Atchi- too and Stnngfellow; and having grown j fat and wealthy and powerful from the ' spoilaof office, has become preod. aris ; locrstic, oFkeering. proscrip ive and in- j tolersnt toward lovers of free institutions, bat can defend and apoligise for the tct, Missouri Border Rufhan, who were hir ed by the Slave oligarchy to oppress free state men sad cruah out freedom in Ran sse. buch is the party we have to meet . and battle with. It is a powerful party, j w.ct.u.uw. rrqu,rr. r.riy union of every patriot as 1 philanthropist in the land. Putting oar trust in God, we again buckle on our armor and go forth to buttle in behalf of our couniry. aaa !' as Our subscription list, a ore the flection, hsi been constantly and rapidly increasing. This we take as an ind ci tion thst so far from defeat exercising s dispiriting influence upon Republicans it baa only intensified their zeal, snd increased their hepe of future success. There is no doubt about it Repufc'.ican i'tra is the cause of the country; it is ay nonymoas with raora'ity, jtre. equili ty and liberty; snd it the ouly paity that it striving to perpetuaie and hand down to posterity unimpaired the fiee inslitu tions beqneath! us by the patriotic sages of the Revolution, an;' cmno', therefore. fail to command the support of phiiaa throphistt snd patriots. But, we have not time thU wrek to dwell upon the future propecti of the Republican patty. We merely wiah to say now to the people of Martball coun- y. eapecia.iy wno approve our po , litical prtnciplep, it , ft we intend, so fsr . ii . I as ws) possess ability to make the Repub lican an interesting anti useful paper to all classes, aa well as a sealoua and faith ful advocate of Republicanism, snd hope to continue mek;:c. additions to our list until it can be counted by thousands. Thoee who have interested themselves in behalf of oar paper have our hearty tkiaks. The 'Republican' of last week, in speak ing of Mr. Deveny says: 'He a Terv reanertahla man until ' he denied signing the ceitrficate. when he I aaiddanlv becsme verv disrenntabfe a scamp, who could be induced, for tbe pit , i , iful sum of eighty-five cents,' to deov a.:- . - . . . " 18 own luncucm. Wa do not know any thing aboot De-' veny'e rescsctability either before or sf- ter signing the certificate; but he can from the above extract, how much his party think of him. Tbe Republican de serves greet credit for posting the public ia regard to ihe character of Mr. Deveny. Marshall County Democrat. It ie scarcely necessary to rrak i any comments upon the above. Every read er of common sense will perceive that our language will not admit of lbs con- stractioo the editor attempts to give t- If be intends it aa a confession that he is cornered, he deservee credit for his inge noity we wish we could add, candor. Tits editor says above that he does not know any thing aboot Deveny 't reaper. t ebtUty either lef re or after signing the certiorate." In hit paper of tbe 30th ult. km charges Mr. D. with being bribed 'or -eighty -fiv. cenu" to publicly deny 1. ' own public statements. Wbrcb of t9 statements are we to believe? Two NtW StVAToaa from Delaware -By the death of Mr. Clayton, tbe Leg . -lata re just eUctsd is Delaware will he , The above individual is Job Schrot allsd upon to cbooaa two Ceiled States der, formerly of Harris jo county, who SeaasaWS aa Mr. Bayaed's term will ea'j waa in tbe penitentiary and subsequently iff Ott Mlf airrof March next. became insane. OOTTb Inst metis bring startling nens from the South 1 1 seems the slave oligarchy having the power in iheir hands, are determined not to part with it till they secure all they wsnt It is, says ' the New York Herald of the 15tb inst.. , the precursor of a series of disunion ex periments which will now be rapidly un- fulded here, aud at other points as the, 1 plot thickens. The latest experiment de- j liberated upon is a coup d'etat f ir the control of Mr. Buchanan's administra- j .a m . a'a!l . ! !??! tion or the defeat ol his election, and If I Jefferson Davis is not the master spirit j of this notable scheme, he may be expect ' ed to profit by it to the full extent of his powtrs. We shall see whst we shall see. Godey's Lm.y's Book The December No. of this old and deservedly popular periodical it exceedingly rich both in em- belüshmenta and contents. Now is the, time to renew and commence sobscrip-! : number being the first of, tiont. the next new volume. Single subscriptions are ; 83, but we will furnish a copy of tbe Ltdy's Book and the ' Republican," one year, for Z 00. in advance. This will be a saving of 90 cts. to each subscriber, The postage on the Lady's Book is 36 eis a vear, we believe. Close Votixg. The whole number of names on the voting list in Pawtucket. Mass.. on Tuttday 4th, waa 650. Ol these, 633 voted. Of the 12 who didn't vote, one was in New York, one in Penn sylvania, one in jail, one very sick , an i lwQ p,jrej 0ff CoLT,s Rvolvmi. Difficulty Be : I nmr roti says mat some aimcuiues nave ; P'ung P between Mr. Jamet Colt aud Col. Samuel Colt, hit brother, and that lhe fo,mef. 10 enforce bis claims for $750,000. has attached the property Of j OI1 Manuucturing Company on Soulh Hftford, Conn., which will be contested in a court of law. The sudden dtcekM of Mr- Jocelyn, tbe treasurer of the company, has, in tbe absence of the Colonel, created some impediment in Ihe management of the company. (Cr The British uniform in the streets j !of New York, end worn by British sol. I ' I die! On Wednesday, thirty-six soldiers ' of thJ Briiish Foreign Legion, who had MrveJ io the Crimea, were landed at the Battery in New York, with their knap sacks oil their backs. They were re ceived by one of the agents of the Brit- I ish Consulate, who will accompany them- by way of Troy and Montreal, to the bmnty lands iu Oanads granted them by the English Government. They are probably the only company of soldiers in rekl British uniform seen in lhe street of New York since lhe Revolution. Jesjie at Church. The New York Sun states that there wis a large at- tendance on Sunday evening at the Ply- j mouth Church, Brooklyu, to hear the dis . course of Mr. Beecher. Among the au- dience was Mrs. Fremont. She wss the observed of all observers," and af ter conclusion of the service many per ous crowded aronnd to enjoy the plea Sure of seeing what they hoped would be the presiding deity of the White House . Mr. Beecher presented her his arm, and ! ihe multitude soon Afterwards dispersed. mm eaax Great Cosplaobatios at Bf.:.lf.pos Tiiar Fobtt Bi"ld:sos Destboved. We learn that two entire squares were destroyed by fire in lhat town on Satur- uty nigbt lMt. The fire broke oot aboul seveo o'clock in the evening, and pro gressed rapidly for several hours, and was not effectually subdued until near daylight Monday morning. There is no fire apparatua in the place, und the only means that could be employed to check the deatroyer was by tearing down build ingsand conveying water in buckets. Tue Doo Noble. The blow received by the dog Noble, in New York, ha, driven him away from the "empty hole." lh bot "dipped cur we ever beard of. 03" The Ü. S. frigate Congress arrived at Nsples on the 29. h nit., after s year's siting in different pant of the Mediter- , ranean. A tetter written by an officer on board, after giving a graphic view of the threatening atate of affairs in that cap rtal, says that ''things have assumed so se rious an aspect, lhat our Minister resi dent, Mr. Owen, has made a formul re quest of our Commodore that some of the ships of oor squadron may remain here till the difficulties are over. Michigan. The very lateat returns from Michigan, as published in the De troit papers, gives Fremont a majority of 21,162 in that State. Attebft at Sbiciav. Yesterday after noon, a man attempted to bang himseif in the State Bouse yard, with a rope over the limb of a tree. He wss discovered, and prevented from carrying out hre at- I tempt at self destruction. The same j ,!0, 'mf, Pol some yes r or ao ego, in tbe rear of the State He ha. been io the penitentiary nn far atlemDtine to ahoot a rtcrV nf court in one of the southern counties,' i, v I .L. U 111 . J . Lf.i tie rjeemree mat u win put an enu to nis life in tbe State House yard. Ini. Jour. Fillmore runa lowest of the three can otusiea ior rrea.urui in ma own u..;, County, State, and in the Union. i- i o : i 1.:- r:. , Arrangement have betn made for tbe establishment at Cincinnati of a branch of the State Bmk of Ch;o, with a cupi of 500.000. The notes of the Savings B ink of Con nersviile are refuseJ in Cincinnati anil also at Indianapolis. Fraudulent ittt.es a. 1 - . S .a J I . a : a f have ben detected, and the circulation of ! ihe bank exceeds the value of the securi- I ties deposited with the State Auditor. Mr. Joseph P. Allen, of New Albany has been elected Cashier or the JefTVr- aonville Branch of the hew State Bsnk. The epidemic of crime in forgeries is raging at the Eist, A man in Wett Staf i ford, Cona-. by the name of Case, Treasu rer of a linen manufactory, hat fol.ej r tm nrn endorsements to the .mount of $10.000 ; and fled The Hon. W. H R xford, of Concord ! H. H., high sheriff of Merrimac county. m ,. , ! has been arrested for stealing me.ons I fmtn (Ko n.rjl.n nf W 11 Ttnwis mf" " " wm" . inis uucnauiu auiuiuisiraiiuu, witn A Methodist merchant in Philadelphia j il Governor S cratary. Mirshil, Jodges, i... j. u- ir -vi r , Post Masters. Land Officirs, Indian A- hss made himsolf responsible for tho reg- ..... , 1 r I gents, Military, Trcssurv and other inflif uhr tupportof one missionary, to the a" euc in lhe Territory, holds this beau mount of $750 per y.ar. j iiful sister of the North in servile Ward- The orange and lemon crop in Florida. shiP liko 80me heartless guardians we ...... . ,. - I have heard of though the ward be 25 it it Mid will be very good tint senton. i OA , f. . .,. ' or 30 yeara of age that they may suit The New York Timet, hat a bit of f peculate upon her estate and have her gossip which ttsertt that Mr. Buchanan ! ,Jtbor for in J W 6 cor- i um Ii-i ihn m r4rn i imol nf Pliniilnr S.v. .kni.l t t U o ..r.( )i.n.. " 1.1. mA in toe lady ol tne late fresuienl roik. ft . . .a a .a St - . , , The excitement ol the Presidential race mini k.ra rfflnl Kia Inini I K r V. a 1 n r - blood. Two curious cases of intermarriage have occurred in Newton county, Geo Mr. Stephen Daniel, aged fifty six, mar ried a daughter of N. Rogers, who was fifteen, and N. Rogers, aged sixty. two. - f t married a daughter of Stepben Daniel, who was fourteen years of age. Underlying the city of Steubenville. O.. there is supposed to be a vein of coal, at the depth of two hundred and sixteen feet- A shaft has been tunk to the depth j of one hundred and thirteen leet; and ; he I a .t a a .a company expect to reaen tue coal Dy tne 1st of January next. Henry F. West, Esq., Mayor of Indi anapolis, died on Saturday. The City Clerk, Mr. Stevens, died about two weeks ago. The Terra Hiute Daily Journal has been discontinued. It was Democratic in politics and of course didn't Peace lo ita tshes. pay. Fillmore received 35 votes in Milwau kee. Wis., all told! He will get about 300 in the Slate, all to! J! The Frimout GuarJ is the name of a nen military company just org.iavxed iu Cincinnati, composed exclusively of Oer msns. The Ne war (N J.) A.dverti9tr, allu ding to the recent election in that S.ato, says: 'lf the opposition had united, they would have secured the State by some three or four thousand majority.' Hundreds of persons in K'ntk) sre said to have been ruined bv belling on . jJ0 i4le election. Tha weather for the past week has bee,, remarkably pleasant, although cool. Ex President Van Buren was thrown from a csrriage. on the 25ih of October, and had his arm broken. The costume cf the Spanish ladies has u j - i bm not changed m two huuJred years. They ' ' BCiusuy mr wie aaine sirie oi ureas iuai . 1 1 - m .1 . i- . I their great grandmothers did. Rev, James ones, one nf the oldest Methodist preachers iu the Slate, died re cently at Rising Sun. The U. S. District Court, Judge Huht isoToN presiding, commencet ill testion at Indianapolis next Monday, Edwin A. Davis, of Crawfordsville, Montgomery county, has obtained a pat ent for an improvement in Railroad Sta tion indicators. Owing to ine increase 1 arrival of Mess Pork in New York, it has declined seven ty-five cents per barrel. The Supreme Court of this State com mences it regular session, at Indianapolis on Monday, the 24th of this month. Minnesota. This thriving territory held her election on the 14th of October The Council will consist of 3 Republicans and 7 Buchaniars; and the House of 19 Republicans and 18 Buchaniere, done for Minnesota. Well The Late Elf.ction. Notwithstand ing thst money was plenty, tays the Al bany Knickerbocker, and bad whiskey free to everybody, the electron passed off rather q-uiet. The only quarrel worthy of the election, that we met with, was in the Co'.onie, between a Greek snd a French Canadian, as to the birth place of Fremont he insistinc that he was a ' Kanuc," and the other "a county Cork man." The matter was finally adjusted, by referring it to mutual friends, who, af- ter mature deliberation, decided lhat Do waa a Norwegian. This decision, aa might be expected, exasperated both . ! .1 n m.abIIv iK. lim, want tA ta-nrk e'i la a en irr.ll that lhav want tA work aud licked the referees till their live - were nearlv desoaired of. As we said before, this was the only fight thst we met with worthy of the republic snd the day. Here is a falling off my countrymen. From lhe lud. Journal Minnesota. Why ianot Minnesota, long since. ; sovereign State' bt. Paul, ber capital, . lM l2.000 inhabitnais Slid she had other cities and towns, which count b- - eir inhabitant by thousands. It is : now generally couceeucn tnai ne pnpu. lalrOU of (but Tercitorv is at leas; 200. 000; and an intelligent titian of Min.CsMt H , hero is any nnu in the Üued i ueypolis. told mo some months ago, tlial i Urates betlcr calculated to e:--.iud th ! the population of the Territory was be. lieved iheii to he 260.000. If so. had j6he been in tho Union, at the late Pres identinl election, she would have bee,, a - a am ihe superior of seven, rind peer of 3 in all 10 States of the Uuion, with 7 electoral voles. But Minnesota, though blooming in womanhood, is yet habited in tntint öiiys. and ihnt up in the nursery! sun P1 because if admitted in the Union, she would be thero an indomitable Fre Sute wUh , Repubicta Scu ators and 5 Representatives in Congress. t Does anvbodv suppose thai Minnesota ould not long eince have been a .over 0 sover- eigaa'ate it her population, nae r lorida i m w.Jh ? F l)rilla has been in the Union many years the peer of New York, in the Senate and yet hhtd popolation enough to entitle her to one Representative m the House. - , F,oridt Jf dedic(lled l0 S.Tt.f. 9 L r I .1 . - . t eugntj, but it looks more like whole sale SLAVK2T. The Three Washduhnes. Errry one of the three Wftshburnes is re-elected. Israel, in Maine, 5.000. Cjdwalader C. in Wisconsin, by 3,000, tnd Elihu B. in Illinois 11 551 majoiity. Tney are true men aud their constituents could uot have Jone better. Chicago Tri b me. The above is all right, with the ex ception that C C, Wasbburne's majority : a -v 1 a a 1 . n aa sr a. in in is uistria win oe aooui o,wu. toe peopie seem to like the Washbu rue's notwithstanding th Dunn bill. Wit. cousin Stale Journal Not right yet, Journal. E. B. Wash hump's maioritv will exceed 13 000 jniuoij iä mXx .head, Chicago Tri bune. Township Library Circular. Departmest of Pobhc ISSTItUCTlOS. I ludiacapolis, Njv. 16, 165G. To the Township Trustee: Gestlemes: I take this method lo so licit your aid and co-opt ration iu obtaiu- iug an item of educutional information nf AI ih'iT.'Ct nnil i ill itor In n fi hnth til the Legislature and lhe friends of popular education. been in use Our lowusbip libraries have aboot . yearaod a half, and which the books have been the ex ent lo read in their several localities, is a mat- with the sickening remembrance of ter of common interest end curiosity. '"Bloody Monday," would be utterly ruin You will coufff a specisl favor on lhe ous, and such measures were uken as Superintended1, and do the cause of edu- prevented n riot. Only the severe suf cation an important and valuable aer- j fning of Louisville in that sensitive vice, if, immediately on 'he perusal ol place, the pocket, preserved the peace thiscircul.tr. you will proceed to ascer ' thie tun-. There is a lesson in these ftct. taiu from the librarian of your respec that even tho in u dull and h! I y big u live corporalionf, the number ol volumes cannot fail to understand. let the coun taken out of 6aid librnry during lhe irv brooJ over ihm and le t all co-iil luelve con&tculixt months since the te ceptioa of ttic laai third of the books, in April. 1955. Pledge et.ite in vour communication the name of vour civil town&hiD and coiuify. in coiuirciiou with Uta number m I Lr li . j r ,h-i;k,--d..,;,. Vji.viuinr3t.i4ii.iiiinti. 1.11...... ih. .. f . , r . . I mmmlnA. an that rtii rrfilit may be giveu in the next report. The ouiiü-ioii ! enliar ol Iftese rarec items would mar lhe value of Hie result sought, and prevent the proper credit being giren IO the corporation. Please, also, add an expression ol the estimation in which the library is held by yourselves and fel- I citiaent. and lhe general feeling rcl- , alive to making the librarv feature a , 6 , . . , neimanfml e emenl of our educational LO(je Let your action iu the premises be prompt, aud direct the communication io the Superintendent of Public Instruc tion. Indianapolis. Ind." so thai it may reach its destination on or before tbe 20th of December. Please forward the desired expose, even if the information has been furiii'hed your auditor, since it may not have reached him till after he hat tent the circular. He has been requested to till Tc'nrn m ihia denanment. A Iwrae and valuble addition lo the township libra ries has been purchased snd for.vsrded to all the couniiet, to be distributed iu lhe several townships, on the basis of their r popula.on. The cata ogue ofbook8,nJarriTed T Bte wi,h ml doubt the eluded tn the sa.J purchase will be found ;, lha has evfr b hl vvt of to embrace the s-andard authors in every mounttinft ,,, in facl lUtr C8,(0t department of literature and science. , f lrJ . he Uujon frgm m is peculiarly r cn ,n Äu v,,c.u Oiogr.phj , travel,, and eiiuca liona. anu airio's ii.r.iini r,po tvriruB u on Z i . , found admirably tu.led. not only to cul- j tivste, but also to grntify, a pur and; elevated taste in every class of readers, j Tbe beariug aud value cf such ani exhibit of the workings of the librtry fea- lure, are too obviout and important to taatSasaaa ma ika, a s a jataSa I ml a a rt rar a t i raOO f I vaupc mo iiuui " r i - every friend of free schools and universal i education, and. therefore. His hoped that every one whose eye falls on this circular . will interest himselfin having hh town- j ahip properly and promptly reported. JSdifars of alt tbe papers in the common- . wealth are respectfully aolicited to give j this circular an early insertion aud a! prominent position, on the second page of their resoective sieets, with such ed- itonal commendation lo the notic their patrons as they may deem the sub j jct worthy. j Yours, truly, Caleb Mills, Superintendent. YORK, MOV. I ' Hon. Jno. A. King. Governor eleri. 1 addressed a large and eathasiasiic meet- j ng of the Young Men's Fretuon Uuion Club in this city last evening A determination was evinced to con int e the orgaaisatieri till i860. Gbm. Cass Laid ok the Shelf. The success of Fremont an J Ilia election of a Republican Leeiaiature in Michigan lavs GclK Casa upon the shelf. His term in the Senate expires on the 4th of Mrch, ii I he will go out at? Mr. Buchanan goes ' ip. What a pity! If there is any mm in the world who Ii entitled to all the) honorj of so. letter aoveiinnty ii is Gu. I mysteries of that doctrine in the Sonaie io brhalf of Mr. Buchanan, we should like to se li'm. What will the. Northern Democracy in that body do without him' J Vpo will lake the place of Css as the Northern medium of Mr. Buchanan In the Senate? What a shame! Wrf'ldöl back upon the whole course Ol G-neial CiS3 luring the last ten years, as between the rth and South, and we are OOm-j pelled to say that no man, living or dea !. i on either side of ihn Atlantic, has Strug j gled more parlriotically or iugeuiously 1 to occupy bothsidps of ihe fence. He has do3e alnost every thing that JeffWson D .- ( vis has required, aud where he culd uot J Warren, While, &c., James T. Par do it without giving an unpardon iblo of- ! ber. Rep. fence to his constituents, he has split ihe j difference, like n patriot, by dodgng. . Who can tell tho numbers of times he I has cut and run upon n test vote on river j and harbor, and on Kansas hills and amendments? An i a j for the good of the country. This defent of General ( Ciss is one of the prominent landmarks of tho cimpaign, an. I shows that under the iron heel of popular wrath the giants' and the dwarfs of a demoralized party! are liable to bo crushed together. j N. V Herald. Sesatoh Sums Etc. We learn that H n. Charles Sumner, by tho ndvice ol his physician, Dr. Perry, proceeded to the residence of Profcas ir Longfellow, at Cambridge. yes:erlrv afternoon, in or der to avoij the excitement aiUndatii up on reception of the election returns. We are happy to learn that Mr. Sumner is ap parently no worse than before he left Philadelphia, ahhough the excitement on Monday has so inch effect upon him that he was obliged to take morphine before he could sleep lie )esierday attempted the labor of directing some documents to Europe, but the exertion 'raa too much, and he was obliged to desist. R-st, qui et and abser.ee frain excitement seem to I be the essentials of any improvement in his case, and it is to be noped that this fact will be remembered by his friends in their demonstrations of esteem and affec tiou. Boston Journal, .Vor. 5. Fillmore's State. In the Pre&iden lial election just closed, it appears lhal the Know Njthirigs have carried ono State Msrjlanl end there, their victory is a bloody one. Baltimore was the scene of an an ful riot, a short account of which we have received by telegraph. In New Orleans the Know (foldings were strong. and there, too. they exhibited their dis tinguishing clnrncto; istic. as the elec i linn tr n cinr. I -..ft Vit lrih' MnliM thousands of c.tz us being driven from. , the polls, In the other Kuo-.v Nothing ' -g' Mille, 'na0.c,ckn lown-Louisville-it was unWood oulgMinery--L.' wis WtilaC thnt a blooJy TiKSay, in connection.1, ll-Il !1l'- J Siiljaa C men rejoice ihit at le.t.m h? monsier. Know Noihinism. is fiunllv m-issi 'creed. Cin. Com. l aas .-m. mm Iowa trce to the Kicui! -rThe ro Horna. so far as retrefveC. in iic.to rhat ! Inn hns improved im n lha Auaatet vote ( l --- j rfOin n l ne ra Ii ce s the KeuiVii:tii itithir j y cannot be much less than leu Thou- "i". "tr rr piu-i-) .hi sirnn i-ti mmnrj of Iowa. The rule of the Stat DmoCMCV is at an en I wilhii) lnr bor lers. Tlirir anticipation ol carrying the j Male nt the November coniest, have been indignantly scattered to the wmlf, bv men who aro loynl to Freedom men who know how to Value end how io preserve it. Counting the FiH:nnre vote with lhal of F'?mont. ns against the present Admimsirntion, our majority cannot be much below 20,000 Again we say. well done Iowa. Having put her hand to the plow two years since, she. will not turn bdek. She "shriek for freedom," in s voice of thunder. L-t those who would curse the fair Territory of Kiiisas with SI avery , heed her warning voice. She will stand by her colors, until the Re ..f aaf a a, . a . a . a . a puoilc im Drougnt Dacn to the policy ui i I la loiinners. loira City Republican, 10 lust. Silver Instruments. We learn from a minher of the Npvv A h n v Ittiid thai . .- . e , . . . their niiPinnfipii Silver nsliiimen s have ' ü(e ce!rbrled manufactory of AlUn & of 0uf . b wi n(jW i .... be tble to surpass ratty baud in tho coun Mr A,pn acc,,m n(, ihem out Ledter. mmm lt mmi J Philadelphia, Nv 17. ve have a dispatch from our corres pondent at Lancaster, d tted this eve t . . a a. nine, tie states tnai mere lias oeen a 0Pty run upon the bank today, but ng, it ig discharging all its obligations prom jt ly and is understood to be able to mtjel B penible demands of its credi ,orSi mu Bftachman, the former Pres ijeutt having resigned. A. Herr Smith w unanimously elected hrt successor, m, Jj'At fhis seaso i of the year Dr mchilit and incipient diseases of the Lnngs prevail. The of I best remedy that can be used i Hnrley'a Sarsnpinlla, which relieves in a wonderful manner the abort backing and distressing I cauS1 c m consumptive, und alUvs all irri- tability.of ib Ihroat orCitSSt. Iiis highly recommended by those that hure tried its ef fect in ihssc complaints, a rast surprising remedy, and sujierior to any Poetoral or Pul-! morary balsam now tu'nse. RTttaffi Cted w'.tk chd'a and fever, iu any foirrt. Fin's AgaaTobic or Qiin ne Substitute wiH efTort a rV rpfek and radlest ear, Indiana Legislature for 157. SENATORS HOLDING OVER O.veu nd Greene J. J. Alexander, Di'tn. Miami an I Wabash Daniel R. Bears. ihelby G. W. Brown, D-m. XVayifaj L'wi Boik. Rp. I'loy.l Divid Crsne, R-'p. JtF- rsun J.hn 1 Cravens. Rp. Tippecanoe David 11. (Jrouse. R-p. Pusey und VancJeiburz Cvu.s K. Drr-w, Dm. I Parke aud Vermillion S. T. Ensey, j ii-u. I lvnox. Divioss and' MirtinJuhn T. ! Fi eel-nd, R'poblican. Morgan 4-X 8 Griggs. U p. Lawrence A. J. IloStter, D. in. Franklin Andrew R. M. C.eary, Dun. j Wells and Huntington Chap man. Rep. Crawford anJ Ornnge William Mms 1 fi.i.i Dm. i , Harrison John Matties. Dem. Warrick, Spencer and Terry William B. Richardson, Dem. A lams and Allen Samuel L. Rogg. D- in Swi-zorland and Ohio IV S Sgo, Fill, Ddnrbon Richard D. Sinter. D.-m. Canoll aud Clinton Joints F. Suit Rfp. Brown and Monro W. C. Tarkmg ton. Dem. Noble, Whitley. &c John Weston, R- p. Clarke LRov Wt.ols. Dem. R'pnblicaua 13 including Sage, Demo crats l'J. SENATORS ELECTED. Bartholomew and Je,inings-J0ms E COMPRISLMi EVERY VARIETY OF SIPEPiOK Wilson, Democrat. QllLITl OF LADi Delaware. Gran: and 3iakfurd Wal- n . . g t g . m. ter Mrm Republic...,. Prainc, Oak Opcanigs L Timbered, Hamilton, B one and Tipton John Will be sold (d not faaasjer dipocd of at pit Green. Rennb ienn. vaia Cjs8, Howard and Pulaski C. D. Mur ray. Rep. Vigo. Sullivan and Clay Wra E Mc Liin, Dem. Decatur Johu F. Stevens, Rp. DrKilb and Steuben Alandson W. Hendry, Republican. Gibson. Pike and Duboi--John IIa? groves. Democrat. Eikhart and Iagrange John Tiicmp son. Republican. Fsvette and UV.ion Jk.hn Yaryan, Re public n. Fountain Isaac A. Rice. Republican Midison and Uincotk D. S. Gooding. Democrat. U-ndrickS Solomon Blair, R-p. Henry Isaac KinW. R puhücnn. Scott a ii J Jacks. n--David MiC.ure. Drmocrat. Johnson John S!;iter. Dm rr.it. Lipnrte. Pirler an i Lmle Mo'gn II. Wier. fetepnblicaa. Marion John S Bobbs, R-pubacan. ' (contesled ) Joaepni .viarsnan, ru ton " Dem J Srurö- R-rubüran Ripley Rb-rl W. F.sk. Di-micrat. sTsish llflej Coop; r, He put iica U, (O'lllrS'.ed ) Put;:r..n AnliibjlJ J.ihnftor, D. m. Wasliingion--II irr.ee Hiron, D in. l'. pablieans 11, Democrats 11. BKPRB?&N I'ATiVES. Ailnrnt David 5indtaker. !) in. Allen--Pili v II -aglaiid. DesWMeaat. i3jrtholome.v--Krt.uci5 P. Smil!:, D m. n i wt.:. w .. ii .!:. lJ. iit.o an.l :iiU-- in. llawii , Republican. RWkiord Andrew J NMT. Dmn. i3jone--llt-n'v M. MrviU, and E'l 'moinlü llrrod, bo'h lin. ' Ir.iv:i vv.tnjtn I 1 li i am rt, Umicril S.hermerhoru, j Carroll Birn u J b. Cass W. J. Cnllen D-inorrat. CUtke-J L Walla o Democrat. Cay J. W. Duncan and Janirs W. Moiiseii, boih D in. Clintou--Johii VV. Cuke. Democrat. Crawford John Land is, Democrat. Diviess- Thornton A. Sücer, Dem. Dearbon Q. W. Lane anil John Lew- is both Dem Decatur-D. Dutterton. Republin. D. K.alhnd Smben Steve:, D. Ward and liV-mas 15 Sioss. both K p. DoUwure Marcus C. S.'tith. Rep. DiifrisThos. Sionlder, Pesaacsat, Klkharl Milion Mercer Republicm. Fayette Charly M. Sione, Rp. Flovd M C Kerr. Democrat F'uniain E. M. McDonald, Dem. Franklin Spencer Wiley and Levi Ayres, both Drm. Fol ton Alfred II. Robbing Dem. n.r-rt TriniUit ILrp.) Tit t. : , p-llKi:n. VJI.lilV liHIill IM J. 1 .. öreene A. Humnhrejs, Democrat Himilton A. H. Conner. Republican. Hancock T. D. Walpole. D mocrat. Uarrisnu Ben T Douglass, D m. Hondrick J.hu Davjt Republican, Rallenner. both R-nublic.nn nemj .i 1. 1. 1 in i-.,n uu - Evans, j o T,öton-M. V. I - a Republican. i - Huntington and Wells Adam Mc j TWO rillllliu Streams, Daniel, Democrat. 1 which fion- through it from unfailing sources. Jatki u Sam'l St. C'air Early. Dem. ! No body of lnnd more eligible lor an exlsn Jasner nnd r.ilaskiJ Reese. D m. ' sive Jiy Joseph J. Mt Kinney, Dem. Jeflfrson--D. C Branliam and J. W. Hulchius, both Rep. Jennings Smith Vawter, Republican. Johnson Dillard Rickets. D mocrat. Knoi Jarflfs D. Willard, Democrat. I ia : Kosciusko George Moon. Repub. in n . Lagrange Samuel P. William, Rep. Lake Alexander McDonald, Rep. Lsporle George Crawford Rep. Lawrence Robert Boyd, Republican. Madieun- Thot. G. Clark and Thomas N. Stillwell, both Dem. Marion---J. W. Gordon and R. N. Tmld, both Rep. (contested.) Marshall and Starke -Eli Brown. Dem Martin Cutter S Dobbins, Democrat, Mumi -R. C Htrrison. Democrat. Monroo---Uas Abel, Democrat. Montgomery -Joseph Allen, Democrat. Murg&ii--- Alexander B. Conduit, Dem ocrat, (contested.) uwic' Iii it in m. viapp, nop. Orange -Wm. F. Sherrod, Dvmottat. Noble -William M. Clapp, Rop 1 O reo--George W. Moore, Democrat, Pulke- Georg K. Steele. Bepubljctn. P.ke - Georg W. Mapey. Democrat. Porter- Andrew B. P,ict, Republicsn. Posey M. T. C.n.mh. w p ! E lion, both Democrat. 1 Perry Ballard Smith, Democrat. Pu'iiam Vt m. F. McGinnis, Lvm. i Randolph-IIennr H Neff, R,lbi( Riplr-y---Abrain inter. Democrat, j Rash Leourdäi Sexton, Rrpublican (contested ) Scott Samuel S. Crowe, Democrat. j Shelby Thomsi A. McFarland, Dein. Spencer - S. D iliiarnsoa. Dernocrar. S Joseph Gfrnrge C. M-riifielJ. R-p. Sullivan J. W. Divis ani Mi hatl Branson, both Dein, Switzeilntld and Ohio--J. W. Wright an i Joi n J. Heyden, both Fill. Tippecano J hn M. Irue, R-p. Union Elijah Vn Saodt, Dea). Vanderbnrg--Chales Denby. Dem. Vermillion T. Whitcomb, Demcra. y'ü Junrs Fnington and Crem well Y tt'ber, both Dem. Wdrrn Goife D Wngner, Rep. vnrric l h.ma4 F. Bibe', Dem. Washington Im A. Bormao and J. W. Revmaii, b ih ürrn. Wtbbh--James T. Cnnoer. Rep. Wayne H-nry W Stium ,n, Janu-s M. Aus. in, nnd Win. C. Jeffiiea. Rep. Whiiley Lewis Adams, Democrat. Democrats C3 Republicans 35. - Fillmore 2. FARM LANDS Mil9 .1UCTIOJW At rublic Auction! VT EDWAK' HOTFL, in the tuwo "t Plymouth, ISarshall Co., Ind, On Saturday, 22d Nov'r. 185$, at 1 o'clock, ntnnl. TERMS OF SALE: fine (MM (M. The baiuncf in ouc mid in tcarN wiMi interest. Ten per rent dcJuch-'i for u!i rush. l beea laussw ssveri n o r-n n n eawa veeat a jo, sad re haeeted in :he vicinily of Plyir: mi Ii, the county s-eal of Marsiult counly, In diana, from 80 to 90 miles from Chicago, ! and nrc described a:id vri 1 hr soi l in sepa rate bodies, a. follows The W. of S. E- '4 of S -W, T. ii f., , .K !. fV Acres covered vtb Wl.it Oak, White Woo', Blark Walual, Maple, 4c. Ac. TlicN, W. I4 of S. .1.1. wine town sri.1 ! ranee I6B Acres: well timliestr.', aud si;u- StC uo r 'u hinati s ba-.v-nnll, 7 evtes 11. fiii- U'w0T.' c .. of the r. '4 ol 14. l . n if raiu-i" - U Act. ine five irnlca nor;li fiis' ol Pivtm ii'h. w-u ii - OMfM.a Mnlcr.ia.l. am! a hrn. 1, r V. l- ow Rivei size and uaa ity oTti her uiuur- I is eJ. Tbc S. E. I ml E. of S W. U of S. i r. : i, H. J -in Ac-re Mtca'c rut SU'l n i half miles east of the Michin Sta'c rotd, ' r.e.i (" os den road and ellow nwr. lo m i j a i.aif inücs i:ort::-i a t from IMymoniti a-iout :ü actes et j.rairie nnd LiUntfe vcli juu 1 hered. The If. E. M and N. E. N W J a Se. X '.I, K - -fMfl A re.-. ttm U a.-re-i i ol tin Had is he mli:ul iJilni' .tmu . aid ,ii'i) acres supen.r oak upc iii Itoavf Unibetwl lnd; n m o lout aud a h li u-.Aoi M5 ol Ptvwjttl, oa Ute I ' li c;i0o, t'ort farnc u:il Pitts bm v; li. It , wi kh runs dMconatl- tliroucli it. It i i lieve.i ;:.-t ii Kuil Roa 1 i;.n:o:i will h-5 hcs- c ci i cr iitH!i o; - ij.T -euL lo this hn l. 1 he N. U ol S. -1 W of e s, E. -, of S. '6V, and N. K. ' o S. V. ' : S. 'J, 1 U, H. J. 4-10 acre.-. Tl.ii tract conlains U ! f res.ol fine tiiubt r, and 3UU eics o ItneL Mesa prmirie, or -try u.;ir.-h, sk r trd by 10 acres oi heaa'.i ul oak njaeninta. It is Minu te on!- anJuUli m Irs from riyii.oi.' j The opening lands are rolltn-r'an 1 lh pi. r.e . ! is elevated 4i :cel above fetid v liver, into i winch ilha Lctrii tljorouj dydr iued by tin Uiiraso, Peru nnd tiiifinnnii R K ; which runs diagooaMy V roujh it f r ahoii- a e' Prire enced, Kill yield its 5late "n!ly, 7CÖ TOIlS Cf NatiVC G TUSS. i AI things co.isHerc I this body of land pre ! aetata an unriv.iled site foi a firt etaai STOCK F.JlltfS, which rom i's peculiar richness am proirm ty to ihe county s at mut daily increase ia value. And Last though not Least, The SE and W 't of N E V, ,n,i S E U o N V. j ol sec 31, and N tV 2 of sec in T 34 N, ü 1 440 Acres miuate seven indes esto. Plmou:b on th-j Chicago Fort Wayne and M'tiibn y jr. is., which r ns through it for a full mile. T Us tract contains about 240 Acres of rlat, DRY jo JJJj. JSTS. 'Z. , The other '00 acres embrace, n atout toual j proportions, rolling oak openings and J.:n er ed land o' superior q uatit v. The hraet is well w . ' r . . I I ir vn v - ril 1 i v mil KitftnAK r A Grazing Farm can be lound in the north-west. jj-'Tersons wishing to purchase either at private sale or at auction wilt do well to make a personal examination of the lands ml anrv, The proprietor will be at EU'ards' Hotel on the JUtb, with maps, 4e., snd ready to re- ; eeive proportions. Tlte rerat of suit can bs varied to iuit circumstances. E. A. WALKS. Detroit, Nov. 8, 18"6. 6sr2. CINCINNATI PEBtl t tCIlIl AGO K. H. UNTIL further notue, pasfe grr trains will ran ontliii Road ru follow GOING SOUTH, Leere. GOING NORTH. I Lear'. 'LiPmte, 8.30 a si P'ymouth, X&9.U. Stillwell. 8.50 do Tyner, 4.13 do Kmkakee. 9.0 dj K'iolt. 21 ? V 11 ort,.., O f-n Walke, oa. J7 J" iKnntts. !.S5 to Kuikaka. JH do 5.U7 do ; ' - . , ,,., k a- Plymemb. -Il .fc. To,..- O 14 ,. Suilvei, .FOrte g.ft. 1KB. Mt sT ai