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7 if if WWW BY VM. OSMAiV. OTTAWA, ILL., SATURDAY HOMING, OCTOBER 20, lSCO. VOL. AXI-AO. !). y r tff rSiY S 11 v i as r ii (til OTTAWA FltKH THAR Kit, rruiirtttau. crsRT 8atllt aoasixc. Boom ere r .. VW "Jtre, corner of Madtion and Co lambu Streets. BY w.i.i.i n osniv. TEEMS OF PAPER: 1 .SO per annnm in idrance; H.SO " for 5 copies to one order. In adv. 12.V(f for 10 " " " l&.UO " for 15 " " ADTERTISINS RATE 3 . 1 xr. 2 w. r. 8 mo. It linn or If 53, flu 1.25 1 Quarter Column, 4.HI S.uo fi WOO Half Column, S.ifi ln.ixt 12. 16.00 Whale t'alnmn. Ifi.ttf 2.MH) 24.0O S"."0 mo. ft.lH l.VlKJ 22.0P n.Ort i y- 8.00 lS.itO S-Vrto Srt.OO Cards. 5 lines or Irs., hv the year, charged M a square. . Veaily advertisement" are due, one-half after first in ct tian, and one-half at tlie end o' six months. Transient advertisements payable invariably in advance. DLTSINHSS CAK DST THIS. Mt r nOI fill. Carriage, Si'jH, anl Ornamental Painter. , Banners paiote 1 to order. Routns on M.tiw at., over Carriage Kcpoaitery. seplS-Jra '. S. C IS.M: Al C o., T.'te'rtiTe Poliretltittrn, Ifiinoi. Tf?Atl Wusiiu-s Strit-llv co-T"i-l .Tt:il. Rkfurfxcks. M.s-rs. II i. luicil . Avtry, David Walk r. EstiUee. Bristol, K-n,. . tnar24 l.r.YY.W 151 1. Attorn" t,i ':( i s t'ur at Luc Otlatca. 111. ' OiSe i:i Uc liic'- Al, : CR.TVFiRf. J..II II. WIUHiB. AUn-n-ii at ..fir ottatra, .a -I'e fount'. '":''' OSi-tein N.u:iiis.-r' ii.ock.ovcr H. Y. liri,.-g' Store. WasHIMUToS IT C-11 NULL. Jfl.lC .VIKT. oviM i r. vrtv. Attorni-v at l.aicanl S-lh-itnril Chancery. O : TAW A.LUNOIS. T. V. VIFWOV. Jf-m'-t' r.airOttmra. La Sti'l Co., PI. Prompt Mien (ion paid to the investigation of title. f avtnent of taxes, purchase and sale of real estate, and collection of claims. Krtr:nMces: Clark ft Fa'knr. 16 Wall St , X. T. 8. H. K-rfoot Co., 0'uicr?o. N. 1. I!hard, " eden.Flettood k Co.." 0!cr, 3 doori east of Kane, Allen t Co. a Bar.k. jun2 x. n. liTsfo'.. Vof- r.rtmifi'n, 'n l Inlaw OSc4 w.lh W. II V. Cu.:i:..an. r " taws,. ... .Tur'i.-e ft f,e. :-O.l'ii .(, i..f. Office in Metr.'iiitanB?--"'- mrl '. JET H I It MC K WOOD, Jnlire I'l me l rote. HBce east aide C.Iu.i.I.-m t.. adjoining his resi J are nearly opposite the Pint T;-e. fill thauShi. friend, for all l.n-ri-.. r-rtaimn- o bi office, and promis. n to atti-nd to all such i h Pri.le!n'.',.U.,ining to hi, oSloe. he n-.ay al.ay. brfl A baud. . . " ,.uri'i. ...tr..i.i cm.t.wa.1. ijicjcnv, noil. - iuckki, A'tnrnnjn at l. nc Oitaica, lit. u.ea in Pott OTu-e Itiocli. mT-t .1 " 1 T-S 'l. ' AHomeim't Lair Mfaie.i. JUinvi. lice in ni dditk'a bin. k, up ataira. ""r'" OLIVK.'t C. C'K.IY, A-'tnrne'f at Law. Otl- ain th Post Otnoe itl.ifk. apS 4 LIIIK IV. ' V lltl.V. Jr-V ' v"?"'"' ""'' aJS.e in Natiiimr'a P'n,-k. a'ult j. a. a.c. T. aitaD. AVi'rr.mat Lau U.i.lira. Oil e over Rcddi.'LV l-.r. feL' J.O.W.OVER. tiyaToac.cooa. :i.ovi.;t A; rooi. A trnii' ami f.M;u.-' "t l.irrrottaita. 111. 0 in Glover A C' '-rick block, earl of the coiirt Lout- nr-iar. y-1. f II ID I. JOM, A tome' am' itmnnft-'nr at Line ff.aiea. III. .ttice in Sanuer's block, up stairs. - u.'i.i.. HM.i.tri:, .ittmi y anil Caiinrl!nr at . ir o'ta'C", IU OC :e iu I'cst fbi e Bh-ck. direct'y over the Ne De pot and Express olli-.-c. " g.r. ". y.i: !I.!t. llomctopatiiir I'Jri-v-ianiittiiuit, Illi'iois. Otfire on La fallc st.. near Maui.-on. iu Freeman's Black. OtUce boms fiun. T to v a.m. and I t.. 3 i.d 6 tSr. at. aug25-Si I)r. C. AMt'K0, Itutatiist, Treats uccesfulry Inllanimatory-lsore fcyee. Total Blindness, and all cases or Humors iu the Uiood, and al! farms ol Ser.-s. A sure cure or the Fever and Agile. Thn-e suSf-rlng from a Weak Stomach. Ha'U in lh.-Side and B:if!.. Deccate ll.al h. Low Constitution, Ac Ortice over II. Tnou.psoi.'a bioic, Main ' . Oi;a wa, III. ju.-3m J.N. AYl5iK. HmTOiiill.lt. Havii u practiced me 1. cine lor ..ijhieen years, six af which have b-eu tjciu-in y di-vot. d to II imueopathy, new offers lus iT: -e to the Iriend of ti.e sj .icin in OUawv in all the b. ch'S of In-p-o'.i-i.in. farticil lar attention given to H e ire.vu.ent of women and ehildrfca. idST OiSce in N'a timber's 1.1 j.:k. lull nr.trix .'i. (.not i;r:i. "i.s., Lieentur.e f H-ijat I :.lr.-y.- a .vj"". .'' ur.jh. Having had .-lis rite ..I a Ho-, it:.! iu t.urope for seve ral years, and a piactice ot leu years iu lliinois. he fee!sctilidcut or g;viii: i i-factloa to those who may wish his pro'es.-uonal advice. Office, north side ol the Court House Square. Ke.ti dence an Superior St., i-n-l or National llo'tse. deed lir. nit in: - mi j w i:i.l. HYDBOHATillsr, Respectfully tenders her services to ladles and children ia Ottawa-ems) vicinity. Bcsidcuce uu 1'aul at., two teats south of S.ipenor st. oci'J I. T. MAI Kt'liV. IJhjii tan .ii' .Su ion ('liana, U'.inoU. 1! vi.ig peiiiianent y located in this cny. he will be plersed to give his a; trillion to tliose alio may dosire bis pral ssionai service.. O. .ce in 'i. tl. ll-.LiitRi'T new building, corner of La al. : and Madison str.-e's junaS l.r.. (I Aiii A tlcAU Till It Hat Ing associated tbemstlt'cs mgctl.-er for the practice f I eir pro!e-ion, res.'cttu;ly tender their services to the -Htizensol Ottawa and viciuity ,!t B. All per.ons iuds'it d 'o eith-r of the under a:g led are requested to call iiniiieuiately and arrange tn same. Oice over llaute-'s Drug S ore, I.a ? il!e St. C. H.tUD. M. D . I i j an 15 K. M. .tZcAltrilUIt. M. D. DOC l"K II AltiSIS. a "VKFICE iti the second story of Sl.uler's building, near 9 the Ban. of Ottaaa. Residence, East Mam street, ta.tof Fox Kiver. a i -:: km;i ssi,, tfersttdsi Vrnvv'''""'3 -4 ttl-ee'' v. Miin St.. Ottaic. (Wlliil.KSAl.K AND IlKl AlL.) Importer af I.'hil'i Chemicals, French Coguiae Bran dies. Wii.cs, ac.Ac. aur.'s (7.ri.fniii;t H. .'i. i. ECI FCTIC I'llVSICIAN AND Si IdiKON". 9f.c third el.r iresf f tutaira Bant, Mailt Street, OTTAWA, ILLS. DR. C. would re.pectti.liy call t!:4 attention of those siifleiinif tioni Chronic Diseases, particularly Hci o lula. White Swelling. Salt Klieum, F.ruptions of the Face and Skin. Scuhi 11, "Id sores, and ail diseases arising from impurities .l the hl.Hid. Also. De'orniiti.-!.. CurTattlres. nnd Iise:,ses of the Spiue, Distortion of the Feet, Contracted Limbs, Still Joints, AC. " Cancer treated upon an etit'.rc'y new principle, and with a success heretolore utiequaied. apl "IJITfcUTIlO t'lIJsMl AL BATHS. I.. v. va noiirs, i: liM-tic E'liywlriaii, (Hflrt orer I'i-, (ine Store, ctt elite uurt Huntt. f VAN I'OKKN, with his Uuths and Medicu.es. is j prepared to cure ail forms of Ctironic and C.ncti tutional Diseases. He can effectually draw mer.-ury out f tbe system, and nuh-a'ty relieve the patient when auffering from Salivalitui and Mercurial Sores. ertYi ting a pe.-maiirut cure. A -o. iu all Sonus of srr!ul.i, Rhumaliin, Nciiralt-ia. Lryiielas, Salt llheuui. Scald Head, Deafness and ringing in the ears. Citarrh. Ilron chitis. Asthma. Coiuunipt'ou in first and second stages, Liver VopiplalU', Dy pepsi.t, l'iles, linrsl and Kidney Atfectiont. Decayed Bones. Fever Sore. White Swell ing, Contracted Coi ls. S'lfX Joints, Ac, Ac. Cancers and Tuutors succesafudy cured without the ue ot the knife. janU OSAL&B IS Brvgt, Patent Me'tirinen, I'aint. ?'', raruiihuf. Due Str:m, dv., a-c, Between ;iover A Cook's and Keddick's Block i:. V. ;iti;i;t, ItruQQit. Knokmellrr, awl Stationer Ottawa, III. Second store in Nattiuger's block, south side of the urt house square. yr 7. i:. s. no iil l ii fit: m:y t i -t, OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, late work done in all the various styles of the art. All work done at our office warranted to give entire sa tisfaction. Chloroform administered for the extraction of Teeth. Rooms over J. W. Mills' Fancy Dry Goods Store. ao25 BINDERY aNO 6 AN tjaiTMANUFACTORYr ii . i,u t y,, Jtetot Bim'er anil B k Rtok M,inul,i, tnrer, Ottatca. All kinds of I'.Lx uks Kulcd aiid bound on short tire. Music;Maiax , Panphlets, Ac. neatly bound. I Also, WALL PAl'E done, and I'A.'fcU BOXES I aaade ta ontcr. Fost Office Block, third storr. ap!7 i:. r. ii triiKWAv, WUULKSlLa DaSLEa is Lime, Brick. Hair, Stone, Cement. etr., etc., t?.. OLD TTALKFR niCKLl.Nfi WAREHOUSE, OTTAWA I would wish to call the attention of my friends who wish Lime, to th- fact that 1 aiu now selling a sun-rinr quality at 7uc. per hid. Call and see we and be satisfi ed for yourselves. All Lime that does out give perfect fatistactiuu there will be no charge for. aeps E. C. HATHKWAY. j. c. ii vr ii i;: way, DaaLCB is AU kindt of rrotlnre. . r Wheat, Corn, Oat; Ti mothy Seeil, ite. Ofiee and Warehouse, west side of Fultcn street, for gaerly occupied by W. W. Low, Ottaa, III. ASBWal advances saadt en iraln ia iWra. BUSINESS CARDS. L XJ I 13 Jif ! mtuaiv.v A: roui:u Dealers In Lumber, Lath,8liiiitles. Glass, Kails, Oils and Paints. Also, Manufacturers of Sash, Doors and Blinds, onice on Main street, Ottawa, III. martv EO. IlKISTOL, Dealerin LumJ,erat Jlatntt. i1e-iut H-idge,OUatca. Cash paidjur all kinds of produce. l xjr :'i3 riTfT I HAVE lust sold out my inu-rest in the Book and Sta tionery business, and purchased the stock of Lum ber now in IIuthuss It Tarblk's yard, at their Ware house, and leased the Krouud for a term of years, e pectinjt to confine myself entirely to the Luiuher trade. t nave a large stock or all qualities now on the way, ana will arrive in a few day, which 1 am coin to sell eheaiter than t li cheaiiet. When I say cheaper than therlirapest.it is no puff advertisement, I meau jnt what I say. If mv friends and farmer patrons will eive me a call,' they will ned look no farther to aatiafy them selves in prices and qualities. aepi5 N-W- RATHBITX K'cw Xiumber Ifard. C .lf.KINS A Illicit T0LI.D ep-etfllly invite the attention of the pub IT lie to th-ir unilor.ii. one priee, ready pay Lumber Yard, wmt idc of the side-cut, betweeu Mafrill's and Armour's Warehouses, a here utaj he found at all times all kinds of Lumber, Lath. Sfiitff7tt Saih, Doers, Jll'iiuh, tic.. Which we are pre-ared to sell at prices to suit the times. We would call the particular attention of luild ers and mechanics to our atock of thoroughly aeasoued finishing Lumber. Please trive us a call and examine for yourselves. janl-lyj CALKINS A HAK!. SIlPIRlisrG- TRADE. Change of Business ! I HAVE sold my entire stock of Lumber in O'tawa, L iu a, and Marseilles, to S. H. Peatnons A Cu , of Two Uivrrs, t isconsin, and shall sell their Lumber an comniHMon, the present seasot . have made nrranemeiits with the Company to re ceive a much larcer stock if .otier Lath, .S7.ti c.v an I Cellar Posts Thau I have ever :.ad before. T!i Lo hava been ca ander my direction, and the Lumber will be saar.-J ex prcssly for this tarket, and will be aliipped to me di rec;ly from the M.!!s. Bdls of Lu:n er cut to order on short notice. ap9 CEOKCE BKI.T0L Siisli, Dsor n:n !in! Fai tory. "Kt:tke this rci'tlmd to inform the public that we f have purchased tlir . ih. Door and Blind factory of A. P. Caijueiii.. and are now prepareil to furnish any thing in our line of huines, sin-h as Sash, Doors, Biiuds, Frames and Y.orlUmijs. Orders promptly filled on short nt.tire. Ifavinir -.1 Lumber Yard in connection with our Facto ry, we think our 'abilities for furnishinc buildint; mate rials are unequalled in this City, and we invite contract ors, farmers, and all others who may want anything in our line to call arid satisfy yourselves that we can sell you a pood Hr!i-i. just tvh.it you want, and ehe;.p for c-i-h. There will he found at our Lumber 0:li--e. Ilonrs, H'inds, ?.tah, gh.zel and unilased tilass,Uils, faints and Nails. Olfi.-e on Main Street, Oltawa. III. mar2 STKAWN i POWELL. t hi: i. a d i i : s . fl'UK under-iuned would anni tinre A to the I., i.'-s 01 o:t -wa aii'l conn- try, tl at he has received the Fail styles id EGNNETS. FIB30NS. FLOWERS. A 'l M I.I.1NF.I.Y in irenrral. wni-b tire ail ery le:,ntilui, lojE.-tlier with tl e t:est rti 1, s of llres. Cloak, and Children' ratterns. and is ready to r.ew hi .1111 ui iiiKiiiinftc.il u.:um ir. I ' in her line tint she mav he ailed uii- 011 to do. riei$e ca 1 and rx-iiuine her p itterns. fr'hop over Mr. I;. O. IIUcit tirocerv. o.p sit- Man sion House oe.SJ Mas SVIttll til'tK'i .. ..;- Fall mid Vin;tr .iUinerv. La .SU st., or J'j'-'r S'ulh tlihson's -SiiTC. M 11 S. T A li li I. 1.. tMlsS AVFKY.) UA-removed from the c rner of Mam and l.:unibu sts. to L ha le Street, where she IS now peri tig a l.ir-e and foil t:'W7 a.oitrneut ol tali a:id Winter , -..- MII.LINRrtV iJOODS, Cu::.prisi.,fi: a co::ip:e.e Hoi tin :it of Ii; f.S.-j AN I . aitr- v.rift, of n:cf!y mide Itnrjtieta will he kepi cwuu.uUy ou tianti, mM in xle t iler, tu i"- . iu .rivnincH. at liV), t. $. .Vi, au J n trt A lur-r varie-iy of M.-nt-ji 7'MiVe H-tis ; Iiiiatit! am! I ' Tui ban. ; tit osrn hv.A V:.iie lials, k'n.K Le.ivsr Heir-. Mrs. T.. fii! in N. V-, Hpt-iit niU' h !i:n- in r rr enreto L)I.K5 M.KIN, ati'i hits fcured t' e er-vii-H or Mb 1'A!IMAX fur l-re-s ar.l C.oik uirtk ilijr. h-i, f tt tts -re(;tr. .1 to do I'reaM Mrtkinjf; in (!:- ill' i t mm 'vs? " .'e-.i V . 1 V-3 - ' t- ' he-it mi-l iroit jtpprret styie. she h-i nlo a a-oitneOt of DiiK.S AN1 CU-AK I'ATTKUNi. Pat-t.-rns lor Ch'i.in n in yi vat vnrc iy ; the i t siiap-; ikirt. n-Mrriin''t-i t!ie flu Pitrinir-, a iarfcTf v;i i-y oT tttein fr"tii fl 5o to i-i, aiii nice -.ir;s fur 75... also Ste. ! rt.rii-vr. A hiraTf rii-'ortmeitt of Chilt!i eia, M!s-rtv-, and La- d.e-' ll.-itr Net;, French t.'r-eM. H!evhir:- ami Pressing done, atitl in the new fh;'ie. Old Bonnets enlarged sep-JJ I .i:v 33 1 2.e.i .:', i Oj'poxite the MinH'Ci n..ue, one door east of JjickS"ii Jb .".'Ai( oo I i llirdn ire $La. .fir. VA VlXirifi-i, st'cc ,.i'R T ) m:;s i.it". nL.Mi.j HAS just received a li- ar.d i-ry eltgant flock of liocds, fin pr,!iig rich materials and desirai!e ci-iors, which s;'C prep ired to se-1 at Very low prices. cotjpi?t iiiir of p nd:d M.i(:ti:a I' utoes and Velvet Flowers, ijilt S ides anl Cord. Iliitfle lltittons and Ho settts, of every d-s, ription ; Black, I'urple. and Ma genta Velvet., and soi-erino Si.ks. Fvvcy variety and color or SI HAW llliNM I S, lli.uk. Brown, While, :u,.l Drab. Ali-o. a very l:n.- as.-ort.iient of the new Myle of Uibhons and Senrl I'o-s. Chiioreu's Cafs and Flat. Bri d.il reiitli., o:d L.id; &' Iteiiuets. Hoop Skirts, and l-ln ker lloo.l - ; M"d- and Cn.pe lor M.eii ning Bonnets. Mrs Van Vecbton wou:d invite the 1. dies of Ottawa j and vicinity to give lier a ca.i, ami assuri.a tlieui no pains sii.il l.e sp.ire-l to pl.-asr trieir ta-te.. .a Pte ise not lorget to ca'l. i positc the Mansion Ilou-e. before purchasing elscwhero. aep'ja L.V AN VECIITON. Fall and Winter LTiilinery, New open for iiij'prctirn and sale at nui suss. Sentid ilor ttrih the JfanXton House VLAKj and l-t-auiilul nnorttif m .f every stvl i.d variety of FALL AM U IM tH M 1 U.I N KU V (i tM.LO, hbucht exclusively Mr cash, at the lowest oi Bihle price, and iv.i! be sold cheaper than can he bou,'!.t in my other phie in (Mtnwa. La'lif in Bt-arch of f.-.!hiiinhle atid nyit.-'b UrTtueL-, are invited tueail and exaiiiine niy gouds and prit-oi. scpi'J OTTAWA .UAKIiEai: VtltU. rllE underiined havin-; pur:i.ied l!ic shojj and atork of fiewell A. Fiiilty, wiiere he intend to rarry on the hii-Ini-ss nn a ni'treextensive tcaie. Ife lias on hand and i- atwaya in rer.;pt of the heat quality of Ainerii-an, Ita lian and K;ryp-ian MarMc, for lltad Sionts, Toiuli Stones. Monuments, M:ii:?U-a, Furniture, Ar. As lie has finnie of the he-t woriiinen in the weMerii country, he feels as s ired th it he can pet u .ttiythinf in liis line in a superi or style, together with low price!, he feels assured that he will ;;ive m'I those who favor hitn with their support eniire Ratisfartton. X. . Orders Jroin a distance earnestly solicited, and pruni.:Iy :iitfidcd to. J A M KS- XU.LS. Selmt t's Custom Mills Si'iit'i- M. Kt e arner of the Hi lrauHc E tsi, VKK now in con plete atid perUet order for grinding Wheat,' Corn, and lbii.-kwlu.at, in a satisfactory manner and with despnfcii. FLOCK, MF.AL. AND FKKD. Constantly on hand, chvan for cash. JayOooda deli yere I in th city and iu South Ottawa free of rSarge.. uovl-.-ly X. FLLMINU. F. H. IIOYT, ft: tfatihmaker and Jetrelrr In Metropolitan Block Som'i Side of the t'ovrt Suwtre, Ottaicu. WAI'CII werk thoroughly done and warranted. Clocks repaired at the shortest notice. Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry for sale cheap. martfT Somcil.f etv Ol Hie llHrneiss. I.lnrl rilllK subscriber has made arrangements to receive a m. constant supply of genuine OAK TANKED Harness Leather, and will ite mo .er kind. Au assartuieut of work, from a bam strap to a full silver mounted coach harness, constantly kepton band or made to order. Repairing done up good and cheap. Carrtace Trimming done in the latest styles, and at low price. ' Also, a full assortment of Trunks and Valises always on hand. Phop at the old stand, south-east corner of Main and Columbus streets i.a STOXF Ottawa, February 18, 1660. Late Stone A Eels. Carriage Repairing: Shop. ALL branches of Carriage and Wagon repairing wi) be done srith despatch, and in the best manner, at GavV Carriage Shop Buggies mace to order, from ST5 to 125, m4 warranted'in every respect. Shop an ,ne first corner north oT the Geieer Tfonse.en LaSaMe gtj ,ocS) J G. GAY. Agent. jso. msr. k nno. oreign & Domestic Fruits, Plour, , ni1 lo aeents for the sale of the x BYT0S DOMESTIC MtSCFACTCRES. s.a ealle st. . second door north of Madi ion. sepll WUJ.7l1 7U "'1'-Bcer aT ,,ft DaVia Walaka and gst his N0X-XXPL0SIVI FLCID. T O J&US1NESS CARDS. Carriage Repository, MAIN ST OTTAWA, ILL. T KEKP constantly on hand, and ae JL receivinir from our Jiinutartory in iUmnerticut. a cood aHSorttrent of flfr- "sL. jLt riagen and UngaieM, snch as llmka- wny. Slide Seat, lop anil Ojien Uugijien, with Klliptic f!ir:nifs and Concord style Also, tico Meatrii ojien Hugffie, Ac, uhicb I am Helling; at low prices. It will be n.y aim to make it for the interest of all in want to purchase of me. All warranted. nyv.'6-6m II. W. JOSKS THE NEW YOItK BAKERY ! IIY J. It. Y TIIK undersigned would re-peetfully inlorm the Inha bitants of Ottawa and vicinity that he is now prepared to furnish the choiceat variety of Crackers, auch as Butter. Bod a. Lemon. Boston, Oyster, Abernctha, ! a' d Water Biscuit. Also, Bread. Cakes, Brown Bread, Pies, Ac. Ac, in good variety. Confectionery, of the choicest selection, constantly on hand. All kinds of Fancy and Wedding: Cake made to order. The subscriber having spared no pains nor exper.se in fitting up a watron fur the convenience and accommoda tion l his customers and the public (teueraily, are now able to fuuuish anything in their line to those who de sire. Those wishing the New York Waifon to call daily, will please send their orders to the X. Y. Bakery, or to the Pnt Office. v'?T"IJeinemher the place, in Edwards' Block, a few oor west of H. Thompson's store, Main Street, rend in your orders, and they will receive prompt attention. XEW ENGLAND BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY ! C. IV. M.MOliD, C r;i t- k v v A. Csi n ! y 31 a 11 n f ;t 1 11 i f r iid wnoiwiLt m.iLta is nvkET viuiEiv or j CONFECTIONERY, j On dtMon. ir Colutrtu SYwf, 1 Which. HUnvi, A i do busin-s.-on ft strictly Cash ba-ia, and haw rvtf ' rj facility for ManufucturinK, I am enabled to sell low j as any otiieT House iti the V'ejt. K kiiutfl of Fancy ami Udtiitp Cuke kept constantly on hanij atid male to ortler. ItU-cI-l W. SAN t'Oli i- riTlIlTAT .MA.:iit:Tt! On Maiy't Corner, north-went i f.e Court Howie Ollatct. I Ui..t'H a. uuido.-;i. f Iterf, Irom a royal steak tu a k.iin bone I'rk frtls and ralt, ami Ijiu'ui. nlfs ; Vral ttntt .i tit tuft ; J'-. u I' ' i ( mi 1 su ; iMni ttinf Ttl!iu ; T' "jr'l 1! h K WITH evtryt'inEele tjrlunirinr $ t wi-li rt-u.atu nical ifV r.utrket, all th kept n hand anI ,r.-tl to their r:in.r! at lowri-tc....-1. rate-. A they hny none h-it the t -it.thry alway-ny thr liitrtieMt prii-e for eMth , i.-ntil"-. Jt.. ttemrinh'r their n'tr ttnifjfiu j' Corner. City Market. Corner .r In ,s.i ., Ma'tt-n Tl st.. Wirt I iii ilie Cnw't llfune, intaii'i, lit., by J l ie i; mi i si u .. f Mile above Liarket, after havins bei.-ti greatly erilarited Jt, and thorough!' repaired, is now o;.en and ready for Hie arcotninodatii;ii ol the public. No expense has t een spared in furniture ami hxiurrs fro n;..e it a pi ice ..r tli.v of our City, and Ivilh ple..sni:t as we hope it w'l l.e prutitable, to visit. W e propose to Wetnoo hand, and to Serve to our custouiwrs in s s.tyle of superuir neatness, ail kinds of meats, such as Beef, iu steaks, roasts dried, corned, Ac., .luttm, '.'at. Ham. Sint.l.Jei , lVrk, fi et. and salt, YaiiLee Sausages, Ac, At. Also, all kinds ot game In its season. Fr-sl, Trout and V hite Fish from the Lakes. In short, everything appertaining io a well rertilited City Market. At the proper season a stand will also be kept for the sale of all kind, of freh veirctables. suppiied from the bestearden iti ti e vicirity of the City. Jr JJ 'cat tciU Le Jeiirere. i in i:n j."rt of the City. apiS JKKFMIAIi WOOD. Cig-ars and Tobacco ! iff I I . fj i-' . 'iVj -v --ts'i - N r--r''wtX ', -" Jkm- I 1 c:i:onc;i: 11. s i!m:;di:i:, laPORTKR 1NO I.K.I.. R IN c i;Aii w Ton irco : Wtni iiff iifitr t;i oritur of !.t itle and .tutu"n . I't'tiUtt. Jit. r f( w F. Ft; A 1. 1 AS, ti ;t hprry Brau 3 ; 3 J , V V ' .Sii.Mio 1J ivjnii Conch;' v ; 1."."4.U t.'ili'a I. ilMirfli-l ; 1ii.i,(H Kioriti.i I. tnorina ; -is't.'-trO i: L.t K.ln r.r.md. 12 krro-.- I in Fi-:i Clirwin;' Tobacco; 2-1 hHriel- F-ne C'lt Cv-'iu.(i ; JJ' bnrreis extra Stiiokir.c. Every rar-!y of l!ur. Cm, si.ioii c. and ?uLtT T bacou. Pipe-. r., Ac, nt Th-j.cs al and r-ta-i. Ouawa, 0:tol-r 1 -:-'J. ii. 11. fitil.NLIDF.R. Ii J MOV A. I. ! NKW AURANtiKdFN l ! NEW SADDLERY. HAP.DWARE. SHCE FINING LEATITER ETOKE ! 1IK r.ihwi r:l.t r ha? riuoved his Hide and Leather More to Main Miret. three door eai of t!i- Mjti sion lloue, (Cuhi:iKtr old tn..) vr ere nny h ftstjnd at a'l time a fiotl it4rtriieiit of all kin'ift of lt-ather both French and American tanned. t'p;h-r with a (fe n-rui fttocK of -.idd:, ry Hardware, -.hoe Finding, ic. I'artn-tilar attetiti-m (ficn, in buying Leatiier, to select the t-e-tt brrind-, and irfia the b-t inauufacttin-r" iti the coiinTry. ri n-e a'l and examine my t.ck, a I thiok it will 1st fur your ii.t.-r-t to ! no. T1ihok!uI fr the v.-ry liberal favor thn far exterided to me. I it'll no!i -i' a h..re el put 'tic patronage. N. B. The hi Kb t iiinrkel vr'r, iu cah, paid for Ilidei, Peer kintt. Pelts, sfce., fcc. jnt.lt JXO. M. KING "OTTAWA STONE YAUD HT JII.N l.bA, Sttpfritr aSYr", neir littrmird'n t'jm fZt'tbUhmnt' fc-J tN Eout to all patterns and diniensioi.s. AtLctisaud Juliet Miotic for sale, nil deliver! to wrdr 1 A II M K KS ATT KN TION! oici;v a- .M ii:itiiori:K ,e A Vf the pleasure of inforin- VVj 1 I lug tne fanusrs of La Salle V and surrounding counties, that i 7r' - tl.ev nr. tniiitofiictiirin e. at lh.tr at their lare establishment al the side-cut lock, ncr the main canal. in Ottawa, in a style and at a cheapness hitherto uiiappruachcd in northern Illinois, all kinds of Asrifiisliii-al litipUuK'sH, Such as I'omnmn S'-onrtng, ' 'iie-Inree, ami I'rairie I'l.it iVS. A nrrotre, CuUiratai i, llnrie Hake, Jte., In short, all kinds of heavy farmers' tools. Their machi nery is all nevr, perfect, and prup.dled by an abundant, uever-fa:l:t;g water power. Farmers are invited to call and examine their work, whether they wish to purchase or not. All their inn-k i tcarrai.tsri . Orders from a distance proniplly attended to, and im plements placed o u ard canal boats or cars free sf charge. frb-tf D.AM. ClSTO.1I Boot and Shoe Store ! P. 1H02IPSON, Ab. I 1L 'Mack's litocf;, Haia Street, Ottawa, IS in receipt of a fine assortment o' Boots, Shoes, Kubhi rs, Ac. Al-o, Hats and Caps, and Gent's Duck Mitts and Gloves, all of the best manufacture, and cheap fur cash. Call and eXjiuiK A. 11: kst'OTT, Aaeut. oc'9 1 IlvHiiti k' L'lot k, Main St. I'not mill lii- Simp. 4! e.r..oNre.i to msruituct ure. to order Gent's jJSv I Morocco. Calf and Kip Hoots. Also, Ladies' a. Kid, Goat, Calf, and undressed Morocco bootees, ailers and Buskins. Heel Gaiters and Coatees mad in good style, of good I ock. f-hop over J M. King's Leather Store. Ottawa, HI. Repairing neatly dune. All work warranted. fei.vT D. K. TUCKER. Miss FANNY M. EARL'S rns ii.ATi-f. it a icy: "HIS Library, which has been closed for the Inst few 1 weeks on account of sickness, is re-opened, and may be visited ditrinc each day of the week. .i lit to Iti A M. ami front 2 to 4 P. M. Over Dm new vi'umes of late valuable and interest ing publications have been added to the Library. I omti'opiiiliic Kf-ciO'N. Miss E. has been appointed scent for the sale In this city of Humphrey's celebrated llnniceopalhic. Specifics, tie best for family use now sold. They are sold either ir complete sets in cases, or by single vials. A book with pit" and full instructions accompanies each rase. orlS FANNY M. EARL. CISTAV KOCH, WMtesmith and Machinist; ASSISTANT TO INVESTORS IN msGel taking and Uranghliue:. MAXrFA CTCRklt OF nUHOl.AK SAFE LOCKS. Key Fitting and Stencil Cutting : Cattle Brands of all description, aud Cutlery and Surgii ..i Instrumenta made to order. Repairing of all kinds done at the lowest prices and warranted to give satisfaction. Shop, np stairs, over Bruaker's Gun Shop, en Main t., near Fox River Bridge. niy 12 Bucua Vista Flora G n r 1 -n. v.- iiiAi.!ni:ns Co.. At the mldeneeof W. II. W. t.'nthman, at Ot Ultra. Always for sale, alarge supply of perpetual Roses and all other kinds of noweringhouseplants,.Strawberry, To mato, Rhabarb, Cabbage, plants, Ae., aie., is their sea a, and Vegetal-"as af u kinds. jsialC fcifi i?V.-S .;r j f.sX, To the Public. A OUnce at the Kecord of 13. I.. Water man, Candidate fur Sheriff of I.a Salle County. In the midst f tbe excitement of the presidential election, our county affairs, with their varied interests, have been measurably overlooked and forgotten, and the non-.ine-a for county edliees hare not received that attention lint they should elicit; and in our Seal to elect Mr. Unions or sir. i.ixcolh, we should not ne picci our immediate interests in our own county. We piupose, tneretore. in this communication, to eall the attention of the voters and tax -payers of La Salle coun ty to their own more Immediate interests, whRat we would rrveiw the official arts of the Itepuhlican nomi nee tor the office of Sheriff during the two years he I eld that office. And in doing this, we are confident that trie people of La Salle county, however much they may feel themselves bound to support the regular no minees of their party, and however much they may de sire the success of their candidates. If the nominees are competent and honorable men, will nevertheless repu diate them on becoming full v satisfied that they are un worthy of confidence and support. W'e propose, in this communication, to exhibit a few Instances of the delinquency and direliction of duty of Mr. Watreman as an officer, and to show the public the carrttt.t ami ohnmeful administration of the t.A years he held the office befoie, at the exieiie of thecntwity. for his .wn itctrrnnilistmeiit and for las future political pre'ermert. We will exhibit an array of fact Afiat euL'ht to seal his pnlitiral condemnation with the hoaest portion of his own as weii a.s all other parties. In assuming thisduty. we are well nwarc of tbwstrVng prejudices and party predilections in favor of npj iiic recular nominations, and also that charses made in the heat of a political contest are receive I wiihsao mnch suspicion that often a bare denial on tbe parf of the accused is sofficient to dissipate their force, 1 ojra ver crave and well founded, with the public. BnUie submit that ro such bare denial and easy exculpation can be allowed where, as in this caHe, we show tAat the Republican nominee for SheriJ is unworthy of rap port foe the effice he once d:"graced. hy referring tolhe RFCORO and to NAMFS of the blithest re!jec-abife'T for the Tki th of what we assert, ard by referencw to j ai.d a tl.ousai.d such thinxs that an honorable man which and whom the public can easily ascertain 4ur 1 could not "loop to for political purposss, have rendered themselves the truth cr fal'i'y of what we write. him the butt of ridicule with the more candid of his We intend to make no el arjii s tl at are not wsrraH party, notwithstanding the people can easi'y discern the by ihe facts in every parti-idur ; and e reel warrant-d loan th,o"tfi ail this niinsey sophistry. Yet by su. h to say. that the people of I.a Salle cni.nty will not en- means and others he succeeded in seriirine the noinina dorsrf ary n an o is so rsck'e- ss to tux this couity ! tion. lu ti more than half of his own p irty hated and Fore Tin tan Doluks during the two years he lie id j de;.i.rd him. When Francis Warner, tso years aju, the tiffii-e M'.KK t' an our present efficient Sheriff, which . a- the rulur nominee of the reauhlicjn party, a man. we proi nse to sf.ow lie tiui. and th t saViy for his casn se!f-aitk'randiseinetit and 'o strenettien his chances for a sei or.d e'ectit n. W'e therefore propoe to show '!it. in sdditicn to the ordinary rxiif.-s of t' ts contiy,I,is two years in nftVe rsM tl is county over four thousabd ilo'lara more than the term of Francis W.irnr. i As "f,rnt les of the w r v in which 1 e accon pl'shrd this. we wit! ri.-r.ti ti i ,.c rr wo. Ity ef.-reTic to .1 e j.iiraiil of the Irfourd i t Sti:pt-rv'.-ri s. Von limy fird the eir ntay- i:iii!. at the F li-iniry tenu. !- s. for the Circoit Cistrt of t: is cutitify. of twen-y-'ine con. tables, at the ralaof . one d'dl.-ir or o:c d'-l'ar and fi'tv c-nts per diiv. wi li.-:.r1v f-ne-ll'inl of tl..'ti al-o .-nip'ovd as j iror. at tb sir,'e tii'.e t snd we w il here ySve lh ir f Miles itr.d tl-e arroent ii'lus, , e;."li ore. cc.i. d from the Journsl In ; a I ii-h 'l-e rel-r i-reVrred : Witt -rn' an 1 1 r ',w '-- Treidv HV I ''.-north If. It. C'i.n;' I'orrer ' J-2 C'-rk ls. D i'lv . lit;-. f.u. Wrn.i eery V'lit. Van ' Atne .'T. .Ii.ii . s V i'svll-, Fovte J7. Wo .ireff Sis. 4. reel 'el f . KreMr. T f' New-tead S&, Ilr'.wn ft, 'arren ft-. 'l.Welt S . fl'ct S:tt. 1 hes veu wills.e. that, unili-r tie s.-'ii.ioii V adnii;i it-tttion of tl.i ' nort.e riOTitiee. it re.i!T-d theetfei nt services .f I wertty - oite t f n-ii-b e. io rot Uu t one circi;ii court How a ill tl.e pel.tic Ti.-w ihi. proliiyate srt in anv oth- r ' lyht t' an we Vew it. and that is to make ta himself ! fi 'er.il . a i'h the r.iaiiir-oTi of unr ghleoiisne.s, a ll-nush ; p belong la ihec"r fy T'tf mm term of tl.e Circuit ' Court, under Mr W'jrn.r. w'.ich cotitinued three dsv. i loncer. ard sji a .'relt de-l more lal-ori '1, CP-t th'S rout. tv s.'.. l.r. 'l.e r ti. hove cited ci st tl.i. county i r.es'v i-'-o ti' i(.-r t'r. Wa-errnan. j W'e ri 'trlil iiien'ii-t. '' e evoen.es i f other court, durire : hi. eon 'ten-' tics in fh'-e. hut w iil 'et ti is aiep!e .ulce. ' tin ae ssi:re tie reader that 'he ithove is a fair rani- ; p'e ti e ret t srd fer e tru-b of ihi. stst- raent the i reailer i r.f. rr..l In the Journal f 'he Itosrd of S:;ier- ' V:"C-rs dnrinjr tl.'-se two ears. We ti'icht. also, here I ti.rnticn tint, in a neria! t.-rui of th- Cireu:t Court, he c-i eyed M cof.isl.les to c-rrv on tl.e fourt. and t''t ' sir s-: rvei y AtToenev at the bar cl.arirg h.m with ! ps'l.al,!. l' tfb-ct o' Hut , s j V. w a lare deni-.l of the ih"T. cl srires on th. part of the accused onh! not to a'ify ih pnhl c mir.d on th;s n-siter. sli.n ti e pn.o sr. sa ar.rs.ihle taa'l; ard. if tr ie. ar. tl e t" o"te of tl.i, u- 'y coin to su ; fer h;n thus to .rji.a'i.l-r 'he r v, tics ,f 'h s ro'T.tr '. r i h'S own herr.ndi.ecnt, iwer. ly to su"tau parry no-ui- ; rai...s We i o e'.' p..p ii: evsoi'T-e tl is matter ' lit its protr l:r'i. a"d then a--t nceordns-'y. I fine rr. re r a n. .'il-i.et. At il e ff'.l.rnary term. 1,A, , c: tl.e rlearil ot s.ir-rv,...rs, -r. I'avnl t,reen. as c haT man a' tl.e Coo.miiiee on tl.e tTourt llou-e nd Jsil, i c-.i'e't on I!,- s'her ff to s. certain how much moti.y he hail iti his hsi-d. belonirif t lo the people collected as ' t be. Hed'-nhd orei-einp'orily having one dollar ; but ; ! fr. Grerr. t-e-tiy fi-rt fted I t the recorl. reneael the d n and. and. a'Ter a Treat del of slui'TiTfi and deny- i irr. he f t s'i.v .li:;itr.-l On. II in-1rd D'. liars ; I, it Mr. (Irr-ii ..'i'l pr.-s.nr hi .1. 'e..s, he ni'rei "! h' ad p. i.-fr'-.o t:o.e to tio e "otd e di.oree it Three lln dre,! t S xy D"I!sr., srd ! 1.1 ti-o. sfter 1 e o ost it, live denii.!. of having t ne d..:!sr io h s h'.i.d.. Now the osi'f j apo'oey we run offer for ll-is act is Ihe fort-elfulne,s : af Mr. Waterman. For lite truth of this ni.itter jae. - 1 rent. lie are rat et tn . r of tt.. Ssn.rrjArt. smw . ' ' ! !Ti., ... x: D.vd Green. ' D.vion: It srill bar.Pv h -xperte.1. on tlie part rf the public, that, in an ad Hr... of this kind, we eou'd reVr to one in lea of tlie niiry chnrses we ! ti'y he.r against him, and 1 thr '..re, ..r.ent h''t a fw pre-iou, s inip e. and dts. rr: '"'ro so f:,r as the rrtv'eri of t-ls entity are con- ' cernd. altho'iirh tnsnv nro.e nnrht arid ought ta be ' nft;':'it!' i! ; and we wi'l proie.d to c've a few sarr p'.-s ' of ti e .rt..u.n 1 '!. levi-anors wl'h which he s'ai d ' cl.'.rce-l I. V pr vte iri'lii '.Insls. A ltd 1 ere we n iSllnie a : ta-1, fha wo'i'-l o I'.etf fl,! a V'.lu-re, b.il will content ; oi:'.'t. wt't- a fw irat are votvara-ily 4ifT-re.J bv Ihe ; scr.ra! in-liviiltisls more e.j-ria'iy liitres'ed . at:d w. ! will con n-en'e with a 's.Teinetil made l-y Mr. H. V. pr -a r. n' fi"s.ws. l'':' i. ; In lie .r-niir ff 1-f. Vr. If. D Prwn fhta:n.d a joae'i" "t 'O the t'irciit Court of l.s Ss-le r i.i'it y. .--gainst ! :,'-' T--r:!l. H''.. ."tT'C Wert, a'ter, S' er:ff tV,'erT1-ti ! inf.-rn e l 'r It. o,st I . 1 sd an ex-c'-tion in his fa. or ' st':'T"t h Terr'il. ttr. V. re 'esed The Siier.lf to : l.-t 1 '.ti ti nv si -n le lev ed the ex 'ution. arid l.e ' in'i'tl iJi-'ttii"1 i e pror-erty i n whi-h to 1, vy. as hi . f.roir'v as a't m.i'er i- or't.-'g''. except one piece of It-ndehi.-h If. Vr. P.. wrm'il de.iriste. A few Wre.s afterwar.'a tie .:( it.f reel ttr. ft. that le ha I made a till, tlr. It. ak"l I 'ni to 'et h m ee the de- . crM'tion of the prop- rtv. srd he inforrr-.d hitn t'.al h j cou'd iff it w' en he puM'.lied the a'e. When Mr. If- ! Ins Jt I e i'-. '".fffil That he h'id levied on a piece t'f j laid bat tlr T rritl never owned. T' e Sheriff 'od h n. i B I 'hat Mr. T-rrill told h.m that he was the .inrr, I ard thut he was a rentteot j,n. at d infnrn ed I 'm that 1 he world rnth-r hel eve tlr T than hire. Mr. B . as he ' was a .tr..i per ; md r.otwMh-'ai.dii ir ti-e remoii.'rstn eS , of tr. P.. the Si .riff sold tl e t rop-rty as rdver i-e 1 ; nrd csve Mr. P. a 'en fci'e of ti;:r-l-a.e. A few d .ys afterwsr.is. tl e real cwi e- -f tl-e lard so. I called n ; tl r. I: ned s-ke-l I i'i i he he ca-nr to eost e si.,-1, s ni t .le as lo .. 1! I i l.i' d h.r thai of tr. Terri'l Mr. t 1 in'orti'f ? h in Tl.:,! it wa d",,e bv thewi ftl nl.-tln.-i.-y of tl e Sh. r ff ; slid wi it. the proi.t-rv of Territl wss in t'-s tewn of Fre.-d"nt. tl.e property smI.1 wa in the twn cf Iiavton Mr. B I ad to employ a Itiwyer to et the ;i'e as:.le. w'tii-b accsione.l another delay of nearly six ' n-el'th. at a c..-t oraitornev f- s. ir. Afierwards Mr. ! t aterirsn trot anoili.-r evectit;on. which he never ex-- J cttteil. and it was .uly bv tl.reateninc that it was re- j turned 1 : nd 1 is t rni of rlli.-e hsvinsr Ihen expired. Ihe ! trs"er f.-'I ;r.To tl e l ands of SheriT Warner to eolhet. V. cite tics cae to -how the arrocant and se'.f-coti- , c iTed, yet i ii-i' rdr ral 'y igi-O' ant n anner in wl.irh ihi- ! functionnrv did his btisini s. and the dilfi -ul'y and the loe. by Mr. B in coiini-nce of his icnoratice and ponit-osity. Forll e truth of th's statenient. the reader ; is re'rrred to Mr. B.. in G. L. Thompson'- drug store, wh v 11! pck for him-elf. i lie is a:ei ci'arired with refuine to execute warrants iti hel.atf of ihe people, wl.cn 1 e thought it inu'ht con flict with his polit cnl aspirvi'uis ; a"d we will .rive one itt-taooe out of p any w'lich Picht be nsmnl. tlr. David Sirawn a ss t!te con pl-iinant at-ainst f.ve brothers by ihe name of Mcney, chargnf with high cr ines and ii isden-enors. and he w.-irrants placed in the hand of the Sheriff to ex-cute, which he never did, aldmiiiih he had very opportunity to do so. After some time, two i f tl.em ce.ice into Ottawa af their own accord aud val m.tsrily surrendered themselves irito the hands af the ltiW, nnd gave their reovntzMnoe for their appearance at li e Circuit Court of La Salle county. Mr. Strawn in'orni, d ihe Sheriff ihtif the secnr ty .al n-t worth a straw, and rernoiist rated with the sheriff for taking su.-h security in ti e strotitrest icons ; hot note, iihstaud ii; the rein"i.straiice of Mr. Strain, the Shenlf accepted the bail, delarrd ly Mr. S its woitiiltss. Their botnl v.as forfeite.l and proved entirely worthless, and thus these scoundrels Went iitiwhipt . f justice, thront'll the cotiir'tv.iiice. if not wiiful corritplinti. of the Slirr:ff. hnp iiitr tin rt I y to "stick anol.cr slake" for the nfli e in l-6'i. any man who vouhl ti us prost tnte hi' otiice to su b bae and damnable trcat n against the ititere-t of the p.. pie, is certainly ummrthyof the upport of the peoj le i. hose interest he has thus wantonly ne'raye-l. For ihe trinh of this statement the public are re -.-ri-d to Mr. David Slra u, alio is well known in litis county a a niuli of truth aud v-racity. The next charjre ihat is n.nde neainst hitn is that, for the sake of pi rsunal political ii:ti rest, he would refuse or u ilfully neglect to execute paper, placed in his hands, no tcatt. r how important to the parti, interested, if he had liny fear of injury to himself or his political popu larity for the next time he should cffei himself a' a can didate for the same cflice. As an instance of this. Meters Chii'rnsero A l.ldridge nlnced in his hands a summon xga ust a man by the name of ilohhs, and he kept tl.e -inns' ons m h;s hands near'y three months without executing it, and lotig after the term of the Circuit Court as held, nlthotitrh he a as seen repaatedly in coiivcrsMtioti mith l.im ; and in the mean time Mr. Ilobbs moved with his eff els to Iowa, and the parties lost heir et tire claim of over four thousand ilodtir threugh his wilful neg'ect. which nas alike inexcusable and I til. If a man could thus sacrifice the interest of parties in the nsgiect f his duty, we ask aeaiu, is he worthy of public confidence? For the particulars aud tru h of this statement, the reader is respectfully refer red le the Honorable Judge of the Recorder's Court of Peru an I La Salle. We will here digress a little from our orhrinal plan, to let in some testitrotiy af a more private nature and then will resume on his public acts. At the death of Mr. Randolph Sitter, he was owner of a lnnila r yard in the city of Oltawa, which was placed in Mr. Waterman's hands to sell; and in conversation with Mr. I. H. Piedenhurph, he remarked that he was making a great many friends siith that luuilier yard, and said that, when a farmer bought a load of luiuher, lie would generally throw in over measure 80 or ha feet, and it made them f. el good towards him. This was res tore his first election. Any man who would thus wilfully rob the widoas and orphans for the sake of political friendship, is he worthy f tbe confidence of the prthlic? This is another instance of his making to himself friends with the mammon of unrighteousness, if it did belong to widows and orphans. For the truth of this matter, and for full particulars, the reader is referred to Mr. Isaac d. Fredenhurgh, of Ottawa, who is at all times ready and willing to speak for himself. Is it. therefore, any wonder that he had so little conscience in hie county operations ? We ask again, is he worthy of your confidence and support? md can the people of th's caunly so far forget their independence and mannoea. merely tor the sake of supporting reejular nominees, to vote for a man who ia so innoxious to bis own party and to the public generally, and so buried in his own corruptions? We have too much confidence in the in tegrity of the people to believe that they will. But we are not yet doue with th e nominee for Sheriff this fungus member of the republican party. S. W. Hardine, of Pern. Illinois assirnee of a judg ment against John O'Conner of Pern, and others. 12 which suit the Sheriff levied an the rroerty af Join O'Conner, of the tewn of Rutland, and sold his farm for the same, atbough the plaintiff in execution remonstra ted witb htm and informed bira ef bis sdstake; yet he persisted la selling it, although be was informed repeat- edly of his error. The consequence was, the plaintiff had to employ a lawyer to set the sale aside at bis own expense, besides paying the Court charges to the amount of sixty dollars; and by the time the matter wax pro perly adjusted John O'Conner, the defendant in exs -u-tion, was entirely worthless, and plaintiff lost his de mand. Whether this ca,-e, thus obstinate y conducted, was done for political capital or not, tins de-aneut lailh not. But that bis obstinate and wilful course Jeopar dized the interest of the parties there is no doubt. The reader is referred toCupt. Harding, of Peru, for the truth f ti is statement, and for particulars iu full of this case. W might here also mention another case in La Salle, ahich is the sale of the furniture of the Hardy Mouse on an rxeculion in favor of a father airaiust his son, in whi.di sale hy the fheriff the whole of the propeity .as sohl at once, instead of one article at a time as the law cotiixmplutes. and was sold for K'ghteen Hundred Dol lars, the father being the bidder. Capt. II inly, the J present gentlemanly owner and proprietor of the tiaidy 1 iicuae, nail the sate set aside in consequence or its ille gality, and bought the same property at a bans fide sale for about Pix iluitdrsd Dollars. The first sale was evi dently intended ta cover the property from ather credi tors, and how niu - the tSheriflT assisted by the sale ill its consumation the public will judge. We wili, iu thia connection, mention that the records of the Circuit Court of this couuty will show four or live cases in which suit mi brought ag tiiist him for malfeasance in office, or for eflicial neglect, or lor a taduie to settle with par ties. As these Bllila were all MileoeeH hv liis ueflLii them. We are not able to tell tih:.t the nature of them I a. If we had the declarations in each case we would publish them In this connection, hut it is sufficient that the sails .ere brought for delipq'ien.-ies of some kiti.l, to show his inrompeteacy for the office, or they are evidence of some coriuption iu these cases. Examine the records for yourselves. We have thus truly and candidly presented a few fa:ts out of a frreat many, as a reason why Mr Waterman is not a ud should not be entitled to the caufidence of i.ii on party; and we might refer to many more if we deemed it necessary. Ilis disgusting obsequiousness, snch as his irreat supper at the Hardy IL.use. his asso ciating himself wih the Turner association, his joining the -oni on-iiiperaiice in riuuth O'tawa, his ollicious atrentien at funerals, his officiating at baiis and parties, ; too. in ..very respect eniitled to the contideiice and sup ort if his party, th's fame Waterman secretly did all le c i:.d to defeat hitn. and labored in th, northern , loans to ii'cuis.ii.h his SefeH. When among demo j era ,e a'aays represents himself as a detntcrat. and : dei'lurrs that he never voted any other ticket iu his life. Now !..-n the more honorab'e and li.irh minded m-n of I li t 1 ' "ii l-artr rel udiate him, they are to be di-uouti. 1 hul-ers. Olt st. tune, wi.ere is t..v blush ! lo condemn ' tlitss mtrt! lor Imltiiiir party nominations when every , i r;i.e i f ti t moral honor compels Itietn to do so. Have ! il e i ....! i i an piirty become so inu h under tl.e in fl if n-' : ot p iny drill, that they iui.-l rif-ee t,eir ; l.n.or and Hiatihood foe th, ,' of tie tm-ty in the ft'! port r-f i:i;i.,ii;.es lor tflice whom th. y tie;, e ? We : hope not. I' not 'he de'-at of ll -rri. k in t'.e on v I t on Mlt r:'- '.tiin'e to his Ire il l., r v. a!, -n I s was the ii.: e i,f twf.-thi' l'. of his p-irtv si.d i.n.'v ' ni l"-i! f t. e l o'.nii.itieii '! in ord-r tli.it Vr. ih-rrics rii'-'.t l-.ir.'i a .--.'ti or In p'-.'ser, he e0;(lp,red his -ic-f'-st a- i :.t . on-pi -toil it.arni s ui'i .dr. n ti'l.l -.''Iff a Mr. !., toe. i. t.oci ,i ar:t y any body tit tne lint.-kto-w i x ep; Jr. . '.Vat. rtt.a'i . I.is -uii i -.1 go t-.'.i ':-r. liavethe people of tics county so far t-oun I them- ' stlie- to pait, r.'Ot-ii.at.oUB thst t.'.ey woul l s il . . i. sr y '-r ti- e ti e int.-re-ts of tlie county to el. -vale a man to office wi.e is in every rep-ct unaortliy ef t'.eir coo C h L-'e ami s i(tKi t, a urn th. y have bef re them a can uidate iw the per.on of Fk.scis C. FLoaV. wio :s every .Hy orthy of it. eir coi.ftdeaie.and a'erely because f-is ' a dcmoei a . vole ;.ga n-t him and support a ni su a :.y ;s so .'hio.ious la tiio-t of 1. 1, par'y IV, ail;n:re t'.e I'at.ioii-m of tl.o-e .haa'e imlepend-nt riiouch. etid-r all the c-rcu'ilr-t tnves af this case, to repud.ate Waier tuari an l ote for FLoar; and ahiie the rrpuhln an ! party is larn-ly iti Ihe niajnrtty in this county, tl.e et,-c- tion of Mr. rM.av w.ll not be claimed ny denio,-rats a. : a party t.iuu.p'i. I'.y no ni. afis. And ae won d. t.'ie-e-fore. c.ii on all men, whethei repuhhetn, or detnocrats. ! to r-'i'v to t'.e uiti.'rt of I ikr 'or Sheriff, and Brsst 5 for Ci.rk. a-id hy 'h-ir.g o rehuse tt.e fungj. uieaibt-rs ( of the r-pul-li' an prty fr their te .-'eri'.y. I W it. th.se ren-.ais. ae suhu-.it the whole matter to ; the d.'-i-ion tl n ei.l chfenc-J publ.c, and w:il bow with ' uuu,.s on to tt.eir U'.cis.ou The :taxva Sedition Case. The fcj'.Iowin-j are the remarks of thf Hon. 'J'hos. lriimnioii'i. of the I". S. I-is-trict ( "onrt. on tiic occasion of 'as-iin; a!n-fe-i'.ce? nt.on tii jii-"tifrs Hoaflc. Stout ami Kins, oolitic t-ti f.r violating tlie fugi tive) tala'. si at t.'ttaitA: VS1T..D STATES IiIsTF.I'.'T COl HT. The fli t. 1 i'.aies, J e. Jslia Uot'avtk atiJ others. ) OiTi'saa Taaa, HW. The dsifandanU wera brought before th &art ioresntttic, having bvea triswl tnd iiim.tcwu esssctiuij; a iu;itive slave at j Ottawa, on tho 'Z tth of -tol)r, 1:J. ! J he Court -saitj that inasmuch as some ! of the fin.-tioii.s cf law which lia-i b.-e-n tirf-sf-ritel in tht-sr cases were hpw, it w.s the wi-h of th Court to consult thw.luilja j ' of the r-;iie: Court for tliii oircint. Mr. I ! Jisnicv McLa:. uju tho o'.uts inv'.v. ' bcfureseiit. iifc tvas ironoviiii-w.l. Thc.vlio'.e j j hi-tory rA tlie f.fs-.. iiu-lii'liiif all tl.e. tf-ti- j i inoii v, th-ruling of the 'out t. and th- ar- ; .'umf-nt of I iie coun".'! u;oti the ijiie'-uon. of i ; l.nv. ha-! heei ' .r.-eiite'l to him an l by ! hlia i on-: le rcl. and he li-tJ extrcf,el his J i'ii ti rt- co:n.-ui'ivn.:e ujion eveiy jv.nzit rulci j It oitlv rf-maine'l. therefore, to j.a- the , sentence of tliej law upon the defendant. ' .In:. n Uossiiflv, one of the defenJants in j an-wer to tiiet 'jtKstion why sentence siiould : Hot be; jiionounceJ. then rfipjrkttrd leave to stale aw ni." rea-ons why aente.ic upon ; him should not be passed, and ou the. ' t.V.m t jjr.tsituv the pet inissioa asked, read j a lo ij written prote-t against tlie action 1 of the t'l'iii t, which has li.-n -ublished ; '.Viu-ri Hossack coiidti led, th Court ad ! ilreseod him -ubstatitinlly as follows: ; It is prno-r to premise that thoiieh lies- sink had intimated to I lit .ludje per-on- ! .il'.y inline li-ttcly b.-foie the meeting of the : t.'ourt. tint he widied to say fomethi.ijr. j and the .Jud" bad stated he mitit do so j piovib"l lie? did not abuse the privilege. ; th Court did not expect such a pa per as ' was read, and consequently what was said j bv the Coin t was said at the moment w ith- ; out note, and there was no reporter ptes- j cut. It is possible, therefore, in tht statu . nient of what follows, as it is j:ive:i from i memory, there may be a few sentences which were not actually siokttn. and there j may have been some spoken which are not ( here set down. The object has been merely j to give the leading ideas of th Court iu i the 1'tTnark" whicli were made. j The Court Judjie Drumrnond. It is ' rather an abuse of tii privilege allowed to j vou to read such a document as we have ! ju-t heard. If I understand it correctly, i the substantial part of it is that you in-ist tiiat tho law, under which you hav ! been convicted, is unconstitutional. That j point was fully considered by the Court, j even thoiiL'h it was not ninJd by your j eountiel ; indeed the binding force of the j law was conceded by them. They in j terms admitted the law was constitutional ; Ami it is one of the most remarkable ca-1 ses of the hallucination which will soum- iniea come over tlie mind oa certain sub- j jeets, that after what has occurred you will still insist the law under which you have been convicted is contrary to the constitu tion. Let nie recall the leading facts of the case. The slave had t-scajied from Missouri ho was in tho enstody ol'an ofii- j cer, who held him by a warrant from aj Commissioner, obtained by the person to whom the service was due, ami who was j the! ttt the time of the rescue claiming him. You know nil this by express iiilor mation communicated to you at the time by the highest judicial oflicerofthe State, w ho appealed to you in the strongest man ner not to attempt a rescue. You chose to disregard all these warnings, ami under the dictates of your eonscitnec, as you call it, to set them at defiance, ami to rescue the slave by violence from the hands of the oflicer of the law. Tho allegation that the law of ISoO is unconstitutional is a mere pretext it is a cover to conceal an. attack upon tbe Con stitution itself. It is true the Constitution does not use the word slave. It loft slave ry where it found it, in the States, and de clared when a fugitive escaped from one Stat to another he should be surrendered up to the claimant. There has never been any diller. uce of opinion among sensible men who understand the subject, that the provision iu the Constitution which de clare. "No person held to service or labor 'in one State, under the laws thereof, esca ping into another, shall, in consequence 'of any law or regulation therein, be dis charged from such service or labor, but 'shall ' le delivred up on claim of the party 'to whom such service or labor may be due" included a negro, who, by law, was held as a slave in the State from which he es caped. If, then, this be so, and words can be used so as to express a meaning in the case contemplated, an obligation' wa iffl posed soinetviiorp, and tlie authority of Congress to inllict a penalty on anyone uu liiterieritu iv vioiencw wmi hid 112111 or the claimant thus uarautecl hy the . .-. .- . .... .. , .on.tuuiion, ana sought to he enlorceU uiitl.-r the warrant ol a .'omm;t-sioiiei was unquestionable a-t its authority to inflict a penalty for stealing a later from the tuail, or for a violation ol the revenue " - vin:rj ujuiii. CISUKC III question whs intended to moan a i-lave, and the conclusion is as irresistible as any one j drawn from a problem in niat'ioinat- ics. That it had such a meaniii): i7 con-; temporaneous hitry deiiiofitrates. He who doubts on this point i profoundly ig- '. norant on the subject, and it is folly for ; hitn to discu- it. It was, then, an oll-jiice '. under the ' 'ontitution this ititcrt'vierx'e ' by force witii the riht of a claimant for ; which Colijrea could impose a penalty. j Hut it is said that the slave, ouht to have 1 a trial by jury in the State to whicti he j has escaped. That was a matter exdu- sivelv lor Congress to b.-tci nune. I' a ' erson commits ait oll'raice aaiimt the a'.vs of a State, antl escaties into another. he has no trial bv jurv in the Stsite to I whicli he has lied." IJut when an individ-1 ual is tried anvwhe-re in the United .Slates, ' for int-i feriiii;" bv force with the right of j the claimant of an a!lc-ed slave, then hrix' tried fa ajant. Then it must be establish- ed to the satisfaction of a jury that the fu gmve w:is a siavft; ifif.t the Tson wiioin you rescufiil was liel.l to trvicor luborl.y the law.', of Missouri, an l thin wis rritliin the very woriU of tho Constitution, was not cotitiove rtC'l ly your couit-.cl it. tLis case. 'J'lK-rc is no r,ossillf ilonl't in this rasp. ; It iJ ifs not rais any of the 'justions i whifh r-an I. coritrot erte"! uttI'T the lutv of 1 S5'J. It i simply whether CottL'ress fan Ly t-tatutr- j.nnisli any oiif ho loici hly rf-.ists an j..-t wlfu h the '(.n.fituti ui co:ntn:tnis t !.f l.i::f. All th- attack' lipMli that j,".rt ' n ,1 thifla'.vof 1 ' w hifii eo'iifi hj ill l!ii-i c.a-i. art- ici'.'.y inlciiflfl as an iti);.eTj. h:i;":it ti.f ii-.- in the Coti-liLlili'.-i iu. '.!' 'ill'- l.iw is ref.-rt 1 t'i lo- ati-o iin'ii have n-t thf four !,; t 'i -ii'i'iu.-e th ' 'oti-tltution iiiiv-f!ly. J: it iti lUct it w.jtiM ite t rioii tiiovi; liif.lv tj tiiro.v awav i. -j;i;-' 1 .:i t!, (' 1 C'.!l-lit'Jti..!l til i;:.'-e. There t.i.V ol'ie.-tionabl- feature in the .- t but they i. ii..t ciinc in titie-tioii her.-. It ths law of 1 ' was i:..t i:i eii-l-ti e. still, under the Con-tittiti'.n a. id i.i-.vs in full fort e before. 1 ." l. w hat you have done wa a violation of your d jty as a citizen It is abiiird to say that it belong.'! to the Sir.tc. under the clais-e of the '.V.ii-titu-tion rr-forrrd to. to surrender uj' the fugi tive through expre-s legi-I-ttion. and if no lei-lnti'.ii took ji'ane, tliat tiie iti. n could interfeie by tioleiifr to pr.-vet.t the surrender. Th-? ci:ieii could iti th it cac ' do what the Stjite could :i't do. even by expre-s law. And r.o'.r you come bef ne m and claim tii it you shall not b- j.uti-i-hed. b.-cau-e deem tin iiw utH "iiti t iuioaal j'cu cannot be aliowed todwide that .ine-t'.oll. It would l e -a-y way for a person to escupe puni-hrneiit. if ui-h a plea wore admitted Kvery convicted man wotii-l muK" It. 1 oli have u.vCll ol vour cLii'lifii. Ii:tT ii a I'cr-i'ii sliou .1 d-pr rive vou of one of vour !iil'Jre:i. a UTion b.iii called lo.-fore the Court-, of the countrv to attswer lor tne ih-ticf. h- should iu-ist that his. him to do the act. and rcu-l tiot violate his -.- foititiiai J '1 thoref.no the law coris i-in-e. How would such a plea be regarded ? TL is may be said to be an extremejpase, but it is in this svav that wo can see most clearly the monstrous principle upon which you claim exemption from punidimeiit. This deci sion is not led to you nor to him. Thi Courts of the country must determine tbse fjuestions undr the nct:ons which re.-t upon them. In the innumerable ca ses which t ome L'-fDiet the: i they cannot all--.-. a t.iiti to f-' .j tl'f'Mn.f L" bus itne Collstitutloi.ail obiertiins to the la.v. 1'ctv persons like the l.t'.v tl.ut ptiiii-l.es thetn. We cannot Ku! w.th the a!"--. act i-itu::l rijht-,f man We. in adn.ini-tejing the Constiiuti'.ui an 1 law- .if tiiw countrv. inns', ttike him with the limited and 'tialified rights which they havn g:ve:i hitn as a HieJiaLer of S'K'iaiv. The .-nine Constitu tion and laws which protect you in the ciiNtody of your children and in tho right to your fr:u or property of any kind, al.-o prt tevt th" claimant in his right to the surreieK'i' of h: fugitive slave. If you dis criminate r.gniiist slavery, he will ia its fa vor. If you say he has no natural riht to his slave, where is your uituri1 right to your children when they arc competent to care for t 'ne-.mselves '.' Tho truth is. to viebl to su'-h a doctrine as you in-ist on. .vou'.d lead to anarchy and reduce eviy government on the fac of the earth to chaos. I, as .Judge, have to deal with your rights and with those of Mr. Phillips, tho claimant o! this sl ue, r.s citizens and inhabitants of these Cnitrd States, each of vou os ing rdleeiance to the 'olist.ttltion and the laws. Neither of you can declare that vou will obey this and disobey that injunction of the Constitution. You arc both bound by t-.try injunction, and you as much as he. 1 have said this much because I can not sufler the document which you have ju.-.t read, and which contains doctrines so ! much at war with the true spirit of the Constitution and ail sound government, to j pas unnoticed by this Court. How long, tvould the union of these .Mates last if ail the citizens of the Northern States should ! act as you did at Utawa last October? The clauses in the Constitution upon the subiect of slaverv are a ia: t of the creat compact made by our fathers, and so long j as it exists we are bound, as honest men. ; to live up to it in good laith, whatever may be our own views as to the propriety of their insertion in that instrument. Slaverv can never be abolished by ymr method. It has disappeared from the Northern States under the sanction of la.v, and not by violence. If you had consulted the rciif" teachings of that Hook to which you have referred, you would have found 110 authority for vour act of violence. If y u had followed "the precepts of that hVdocmer, whoso name vou invoke, you would have disco vered "no warrant for your high-handed proceecings. He did not command Jiis ! followers to interfere by force with the' re- j lation between master and slave, which j existed when h lived in the world. Let ; me assure you, and thos who think with i vou, that if vou wisa to see Slaverv cease j to exist in our country, you can accomplish the object much inor? speedily by adopt ing some of those means which Ilecoun selod for the removal of evils among men. Apply those means to the evil of slavery, am! your efforts will be infinitely more effectual. It is not the wish of the prosecuting of ficers of the Government, as 1 am given to understand it certainly is not mine, that any severe punishment should be inflicted. The main object was to vindicate the Con stitution and laws of the country. That has been done. It hits been shown that juries will prove true to the obligations which they take upon themselves that the laws can be enforced. That having been done, the principal object of the pro secution has been accomplished. The case was an aggravated one, certainly, but not withstanding that, and the extraordinary character of the paper which you have read, I shall not materially deviate from the course I had marked out for myself, I shall not impose upon you a severe penalty. The Court then sentenced him to pay a fine of one hundred dollars, and be im prisoned ten days. I We have had several frost thla week.' i Kxtract from a Speech of Judge liaiida.ll, electob koii tub third district. One of the finest speeches of the present . ronitinuni irnu tliot r.f I... I tn. 11 . . - , ---r- , a : late Democratic gathering t Mokenu, ami ' published in the Time and JLrald. We m,ke n;om for a fcw extracts: j 111. 11 .. , f , ,.' . . , . lhc Liiiiej 111 Liir ii:st:ii-.-,ii.u 01 L 1 1 1- sulci 1 1 question whicli it is proper for me to she 1 . .f... to 11 tonight. 1 can. J thiuk, occupy your atieiition more profitably by caiJnig your recollection to some ol the great questions 01 puoac inieicsl which ar cor.iiuuaiiy alhn- victim, to this angry slavery c:i- roversr. A lew tacts whicli exist in the "'""i; oi our vaiiuiiiaie aiioru tne oest 11- nislrntton of tbese evils winch 1 can L-ive I , you to i.iiMit. 1 w-hIi to call vmir reeollec. I tioiis back but a few short vears, to clam e lit the Com I it i .11 ..f tltw r...,..te.- i.. Itu rudf, rude etruiT wild state, and to 1 ftiicniber that and wild .lini: with as she. then was. she was I ... . . , 111 I a Stut. l.-bt ir Hi- 1 1.11,1.. fearful weight of "i 'one tou all recollect tuat. at tll"t ,at" 1,1 l'?r '"tory, I.yman 1 ruinbull. WM lll " 'n ,he Statc "', ''l no thor remedy to oiler to his Stale than a repudiation of debt. He nrguc-d with Inu"' u!al n".?r.iUlotl lI avci.mi ner as iney wou;i a deauly contagion. That if conijielh-d to cross her borders, they would hurry through to theSiatcsor Territoiies beyond, a- if accelerated by the apprehension that some calamity might overtake; them which would compel them tu remain in a prostrat. and tax-ridden State. You recollect tlie despondency which had posre.ssion of the public mind. Mow men of less genius and more limited forecast were appalled at the pro-peet of ti.e future. You remember how many thousands, overcome with these apprehen sions, gathered up the little they had 4b'tit thetn and removed to other States and other Territories, where they did not perceive nub poricudiiig e ils. It wa-. ind'e l. a day of sore trial to the pioneers of oil r State, and many co i l men faltered in their hop.-a. We are short s ,'h ted ii:ei-. i-)'l, in ins Providence, has given t us but narrow vi-ioii to b- ie'ld the grandeur III' ilis I 'll 'i'.e-.S plf J.0...-S. Ill tl; it ll.s- lual hour, h c.v ii.d tli pe ; '. i.'-e l a hi pel ior L'i'lliui to g lide ti.t in eiv in their progre- to the fu'uie oi v.hi h in the 'lalkne-s of tiiat hiur thtv Couid obtain huiliy mercii' the iaiiiie.-t gl,'tiij.e. ;.it Hod is il iu his mysterious Providences The p.-.; of Heed. ii.iii.d the;r light in the hour I'ii' v f.'iilid their irui'le in the STIiT on t ; i- iiuiv beariii if statidavd forward to.tards a glorious victory. He its- not in the l-n-gi-latui e, but youi.g s he .".'.,-. he .w th crisis that was closing in upon his adopted State. lie i the lei rib!.; danger which buns over the fu ture of her he pea. He sa.v the despond ency of her people. His clear eye por tray I to him the great stake that then hung u:oii their act:, n. He was able, with the far seeins iliteilei t with hich he hud been blessed by Provideiiiu bet on 1 any living 11. an, to behold in the future what should bo fiuits of au e inc-st strug gle, and an unfaltering integi : ty. I! or itinied at the seat of government wiiat was termed the third h u-e. meeting in the evening after tiii adjournment of the legislature, and then he introduced and diseu-sed the question of repudiation i:i such a macterly maimer that he was ena bled to .rouse the nerve and energies of the peoile, and they put th ir foot upon the neck of the hydra-headed monster and crushed its power. Now, let me ask you. my friends, if Trumbull's ideas hat! then prevailed if the Stat had gone through the od'ous forms of repudiating her honest and jut debts, what man would evt-r afterward have thought of going into the eastern money tii.ti ket. or to Kurope, to ask sub scription:, ol stock to the railroads, which are now tho material agents of our pros perity? Could any man be so blind as to ppoe tie coultl get capital in any part ot ih 'i.i.i a raiiroad in a repudi ating State ? P.. it I inu-t tp .t stop here t inorai.se UP.'ll the ehect of this act. be cause the history f our champion docs not ston here. He did not suppose he had performed his whole fluty when l.e had ' aroused the people from their desponden cy portrayed to them ihe priceless value I to a State of unbending integrity, and as i sured them tiiit it tin y were true to I themselves they had the inherent energies 1 and c:ii.a"ity to achieve a glorious triumph ' ovwr their eiubarrassiiicnts. There were : but staiting points iu his career. You : well remembir the great e.Yorts he made in Congress to obtain through eongressiou ; af aid the enlargement and diepning of : our canal, then the fireat channel of our I commerce. You wt ll remember how his I measure fell powerless in Congress through ' ar.gry sectional exchemcnt, produced t y : the slavery tjiiesti'in. I I'.ut it is a characteristic of Stephen A. 1 Douglas that he does not allow his projects ! to fa:l. He had undertaken to pilot the .Mate out en ber ditlicuiUes and t-nibarrass-mur.ts he had determined lo see her energies developed, and lead her to the high road of prosperity, and if one means failed h sought another. He saw the real u.tnculty which lay in the path ot I lier progress. v. an the ciear eye 01 a statesman he comprehended her obstacles and the means of their removal. He sought the counsels of a Clay, a Webstwr, a Cass, a Crittenden, and others of largest capacity and undoubted patriotism. and iu a fraternal spirit I hey counselled together, and labored together for the settlement of this disturbing question, and in the Com promise Measures of lo gave temporary peace to a disttacted country. My countrymen, how plainly do we find our pro-perity in the road of national peace .and well being! At the same ses sion of Congress when tho-e Compromise measures were proposed. Sonator Douglas was able to bring forward and can v thro' successfully bis grer.t measure of relief to his own State, the grant of lauds to her ' for the construction of tho Central Kail ; roa I. And thi", let it be understood, was j no begging proposition addressed to the i geucritoity of the national government, but a wise aim judicious disposition 01 tuts public domain by the grant of alternate sections, while tlie retained sections were doubled in price, and brought immediately into market by running channels of com merce through those wild prairies, wdiich had been shut out from settlement for the want of such channels. Need 1 tell what ; vvji;(.i, 0"ur country has a just right to hope au impulse this grunt gave to our State? S(, ,mich ? It lies" strangled and powerless Do you need to be reminded how tardy Length tho angry excitement of the capital, wary and calculating, was in find- slavery issue. It has been assassinated by ing its resting place, rushed with unwonted ' t10 dness of sectional strife. In the impetus to our State to 'construct.' our ran- ; na,ne ,,f j,,,' heaven can no appeal be roads, as if by magic, to open farms to ; ,11;1je w:ln s.ufi'K.ient 10wer to allav this build up towns and villages to cover nil Tsl &n( p,.r,it our country onco'moro these prairies with the evidences ot o-j to go on toward the completion of the wurd growth and unfailing enterprise . ; gr,,.u tnission for which she was created. Though that grant was obtained but ten j No ,nan can .all the rwnr,i 0f Senator years ago, yet our Slate debt, which was 1)ou:,.ls w;,j, j.npartial eves without see then over I..UKU, is now reduced to j 1e woride,ri,l comprehensiveness of less than ?(i.0U0,OiJ0 excepting that por-: ,lis views Vhiu aJvcK-tin- the Pacific tion provided for by the canal fund. P.y a jfaiiroad with all his power while giving contract which ihc cuic was auits 10 matte w iin met i-en usi .....nom ioiiipuc , one ia to receive from that Company seven per cent of the gross earnings of that road for all coming time, as a return for tne lands granted by the State to th Company. It is less than five years since the Company began to pay into the treasury of the State, under that contract, on a small por tion of the road then finished, with the limited business of a new country. Since then, in the unexampled duil times which have pervaded the whole country, she has paid into our State treasury Jo'J7,75l G4 over half a million. The three last pay ments have been as follows : 1S.VJ, July 11, $jS, 137.68. l Sfin, March 0, .7;,l.7S. 100, July f., $.1,012.58. You will readily see that by the name , .ncrta-o, in lss than fix vears r-he will Le : annually paying into the treai-urr more than one million ol dollars a year! The--e y Trwu.U, pow out of the 6tateb- nnship of .Stephen A JJuui'.'.hs. I a:it.ot out paiiso an iiistat.t to juty respectful ul- 1 ti'litinn to the ............ .!.:t. 1 ..11: ' a . , " , ' " f "'.'- i tan louinais rive to tlna i.r.ctif.ti of l.u liie answer t h:fh tt: aU jL'ive to this poll : lt"storv. I have seen but one, beard but f rine i.,it t iitiL- t.itt 1 ..: i. . WJIS first Kjvt.n , jJt,jieyf. ,,y C,ica.rf 1 Jinirn,il. one of the most bitter Later", of I Mr. JjOUKl:1)i. r.ublished in a city which 1. .,. .i.. . r- 1 liailroad. The answer is that ilr. Iounlas lid a )!Md thinfr in this, but he .rot b" pav for it that he jec:ived th wares of : ... n t...... atld ,.., .tl.A un.i.A. ,.w. . . .. . . ' . under CljUil i obli-.'niioi:s to do tie same thin" Mow-. ,., i 1 . .: . ........ l-lltll'3 1IV.I. .IU.iS7 vis;iii" . 1 . . . '. . 1 ' ? ' livi, 1 'tit I cannot liclp miymg to you tiiat i the author of that idea would have mad.i i a capital pedler of wooden nutmegs. He ! must be Yankee all ovr. His whole, ; ision seems to be oscupi.! with do'.l-.us ami cent It is ery true Mr. Jloudas got I his pay as other ollioers got their pay lor (doing public duties. I um not comniis i siotied liere tonight to ask your votes for ! him from mer sentimunts of gratitude, I nor am prepared to say the wages he got 'constitute th compensation lie received for his services. His great compensation grows out of the glorious position his Sta'o ; now occupies among her sisters. It grows out of tlie prosperity "hich now surround, ' us the glorious character we have as debt paying State a State which, j.:u'd her severest cmbal rass-ments, could Hot be shaken from her great principles of in'eg i.ty. lie gets hi, compensation in tho shouts which go up from the enthusiastic, crowd - ail over our country, cry ing. " Well done, good and faithful sei vnnt." I.f-t us, as the free will oilciingof an admiring pef pie. r.dd this other rhoiit. "Thou I.a,. T een faithful over a l.-w things, we will make thee, ruler over many thing-." Now what is the Voice ol' that journal? It says, as we do. "Weil done, good ar.d li.lliful servant." you did a g 1 thing then, you did a good tiling when you kept on: I.. c..rr;.:oti. lut ilui.'t " enter ii.to the. joy of ! he L-,rd '' Hat 1 niu-t b ta'cii on. History is too e! j juent of the great ne-s of our cham pion to allow iu much ti'ue for Itl-ri imelit or remark He has iiot stopped with the Centra': Paiiroad. iior with in advice a to its proc.-wds. lie has tiie capacity to com prehend the result of great measure-. Having relieved his .;,..te from immediate embarrassments t,y trie tvi-dom of his : counsels an I the force, of his statesman ship, we n.-xt 11 nd him grasping with giant ' strcb-s at new and gre.tt schemes. I have time now only to name tho Pacifi.: Kail r. ad. I r. 11 do no better than cive you in his own gtar !:ic language his idea, up O'l this great prt -ice. Two years ago, 17lh April. lv '. iu a mipc ii in the Senate, we d h::u ra-.kitig the ivuar I hcru ex- tra-t : " It v.. 'I! r:.fe: ..1 our trade vrrc tuan any ether riiea.- ii e veil can dev i.-e, certain ly moie than other measure you have now iu cot mplation. The people are a'.! an xious for the annexation of Cuba as soon as it can be obtained on fair and honora ble term. and why? In order to get the small, pitiful trade cf that Island. We all talk about the great importance ol" Central America in order to extend our commerce: it ia valuable to tbe extent it goes Ec't Cuba. Central Ammica, and all the islands surrounding them put togeth er, arc not a thousandth part of the value of the great Last India trade that would be drawn first to our western coast, and then ncr-)-? the vallev of the Mississippi, if thi- railroad be constructed. Sir, if we. intend to extend our commerce if we in tend to make the great ports of the world tributary to our wealth, we must p-osecuto our tra le ea-iwaid or westward, as you ple.-e: we must penetrate to the raeiile, its islands and its continents, where the great mass of the hum. 01 family reside wh.-ie the articles that have built up tho powerful nations of the world have always com from. I cue i.o whether you look at it iaa commerei d point cf view as a matter of administrative economy at home, as a question of military defence, or iu reference to the building up of the nation al wealth, and power, and glory; it i the gr:-at measure of the age a meaure that in my opinion, has been postponed too Ions'.' Ta t us pnu-e a single. jrioirter.f my friends, to look at the importance, of this India trade, propo-td to be reached by this Pa cific Ibulroad. Jiuiit up by i. the ancient city of Palmyra pr.mi.y sent its bristling spiles to the ski. s. At lirst a glove of palms, in the midst of a wild and truck ler s desert of burning sands, wh.-ro the traders of the Indies pitched their tents to rufresh themselves beneath its cool shades a,nd quench their thirst from its springs, the magic power of this trade of ImlTa lorded it into a city which comm-ind-ed the admiration of the world. Constan tinople. Lisbon, and other great cities of renown, flourished with wonderful pros perity during its continuance with them, and entered upun the .gradual process of decay when that trade was withdrawn. Don. Ion. now proudly claiming to be tho queen of the world, get-? her wonderful power from the. magic influence of this trade, and would begin the melancholy course of dilapidation and ruin the mo ment that influence is withdrawn. Is it nothing to us that the eye of Sena tor Douglas has caught the impoltame of ' this trade, nnd is endeavoring to sieze up on t he insti umentalilies by which it Can be drawn across the American continent to build up new cities, antl aid our nation in its generous rivalry? Is it nothing to us, that from geographical position w'e must of necessity be in the thoroughfare of that mighty trade if tho Pacific Kail road is constructed? Can any imagina tion picture to us the grandeur, wealth, and prominence of this Mississippi valley if this work is accomplished? Through out iir eniire limits not one acre of waste land will be found; a fertility of soil and ; variety of production exceeded liy no sec i tiou upon the face of the habitable globe; a clime vicing in salubrity with the choi cest sections of sunny Italy. Now. let me ask vou wiiat has become i cr that'tfrcat Pacific' Kailroad project from eroat enerej to the settlement or the ujo.. slavery issue, so that tire country may once more start upon her path of prosperity, he. at the same time advocates a homestead to each actual settle r, in order that, as the; road is built, the country along its lines may be settled up by th hardy and indus trious laborers who build it and who best' deserve to own it as it is receiving its (Jet-elopement from their labor. And yet our Republican 01 ,onents, while tluee la borers are now out of employment while their wives and their children vow sutler for the want of many of the comforts of life while they have no homes around which the otiVctious may cluster, an4'