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. .4 I 4 "B JC8T AND FIAR NOT." T7.H.P0BTER, Editor . FRIDAY MOKKlKO.MlRCfi 2, '60. : HETTTBLICAN STATE TICKET. ra ooTttiti, EES RY S. LANE, of Montgomery. re a unrriKA.üT emiaKoa, OLIVER P. MORTOK, of Wayne, .. FOB M.cr.TisT F 8TATI, WILLIAM A, PEELE, of Randolph. - TtliSCtM Cf AT. JONATHAN S. HARVEY, of Clarka. Toa ACDITOa OF ST4TR, . ALBERT LANGE, of Vigo. ''" föa' ATTOIlirtT OES I At. JAMES O. JONES, of Vanderbargn. . rot iroiTi of crMi cocbt, BENJAMIH nARRISON, of Marion, ro ctiwt or scream cocbt, JOIIK P. J0SE3, of Lagrange, roa scraairraaoMT of rcauc maTtccTtoK, MILES J. FLETCHER, of Putnam. '.. Meeting of the Central Committee. " There will be- ft meeting of tbe Re publican Central Committee for Frank lin County, at the ofHco of Holland & ninUer. on Saturday tho 10th inat. The committeo is composed of the fblldwlnc named person: Imma MoTltiromery. Ira Stout, C. C . BinkUrr SiraT Davis, Squire Harvey, Jno. TL Goodwin. Walter S. Baker, Thos.H. Connor, Jas. D.llonry, Jas. II. Moore, R. II. Swift, Itcuben Cooley, W. II. Foster. , Let there bo a full attendance. C. C. BI2TKL15Y, Chairman. Printer Elected. Tho Houso of Representatives at Washington, cloctod Kx-Ltout. Govcr nor Thomas II. Ford, of Ohio, Trintcr, on Monday last. Dcfrcca was dropped ast week, and Hall of Ohio, nominated by tho Republicans. Wo publish the roto clsowhore. The State Convention. The Mass Dolegato Couvcntion which . asaembled at Indianapolis on tho 22d of this month, was the largest and most enthusiaslio ever held at tho Capital. It was soon ascertained tint no build ing in the city could hold half ol the delegates in attendance, when they ad journed to tho spacious grounds that surround tho Capitol, filling it upv.dth a mass of upturned faces, aniious to witness and parliciputo in tho inaugur ation of a campaign which is to mark an epoch in tho history of our country. All was harmony not a disturbing brotzo ru filed the unanimity of their proceedings. .No 'Iog Schuto" mark- - ed the Ingress and ogress of tho favor ed few, but In their truo devotion to principles and not men, all woro admit ted on a common level, and parliclpa tc7n an avowal of their principles und tb selection of standard bearers fur tho campaign. Tbe platform adopted ii without fault, a truo exponent of tho views and wiihch of tho united Oppo t ition, and the ticket presented is with out exception, tho ablest and least ob jectionable of any hcrotofuro offered to iho voten of Indiana. With such stan dard bearers as Lano, Morton, Cum back and Mansfield, well may we bid defiance to the Union haters, and re joice In anticipation of certain victory I The rplrit manifested by tho delegates fn attendance was moro akin to tha'. of 1810, than has slnco been witnoM id, and wo mlstako tho signs of tho wlmes if It does not betoken tho samo wide spread triumph I From every ciusrter we hoar the watch word, "the Union It must and shall bo prcsoivcd." -No disunionist, no lurking treason or traitor can find quart i s In tho rank of the gallant Opposition that now rears ils proud head to fuco the fori of our glorious Union. Let us then organize in every county, township, and school district, Mithin our growing common ' wealth. Let no honorablo effort bo pared to bring out every vote, and that strengthened by tho acquisition of thousand of tho honest, patrlotio Dorn ccralsof the land. Common Pleas Judge. ., .Wo can hardly.rralito tho truth that wo now have It In our lower to elect a , ; , , Republican, which Is, and wo trust al ., 't ' :'ay will bo a synonym of honcaty -to prcsldo over our County's Judicial In-, uresis. ,'The first question whUh prosonts :. lUell to our mind Is,, "who Is our best ,taanTM4 Tho District,. a it Is now com. posed of Franklin, Union, Wayno and :'v Fayette counties, Is one of the best In . the täte. Wjtnln ill bounds are found ,4r" some of the best lawyer in tho State, tend, necessarily the Judgo to preside v's should, bo the hl et .... "u'i-l Pf Ahq'hameV we , havo heard men "tfonWHn. 'Connection with that office, sl.twrieliM" struck 'ua' moro forcibly than . ibat'oT" Jeremiah 'Wilson, of Fayette M Jll .. '.County. Although our personal ac qnajntanco with this genttcman Is limi 'tJyet we- foci perfectly authorized to reuonwnond- him in tho highest terms ff ota, the unanimous report wo havo concerning hi gentlemanly bearing, onexcpptlonatlo roorui status, and above all, his legal knowledge Wo would say he Ujunt tho man wo want. Whllo v, ..wo havo tho political scoptro In our -, ; hand lot tts t. determined to uao it .. with honor to onrselve. I, ft ns show our determination by putting our best teo I" our respuuslLlo otUcvs. E. II. Goodwin, Esq. We announce the name of our towns man. SI. Gooodwin, Esq., aa a cn' didato for District Prosecutor. We are also pleased to notice the favorable men tion of .his name in connection with the office," by other papers in the District. The ofllco is nn important one, and de mands moro talents and more morals, than have gracod it for sometime past. Mr. Goodwin, if elected, will bring to tho office sufficient experienco as a prac tictioner, associated as he now is with Wilson 3Iorrow, Esq., tho advantages of a clenr head, ample reading and great energy. Tho ofiico demands a high moral courage in the performance of duty without respect to person. That wo think Mr. Goodwin .possesses in a sußicent degree . to render him well qualified. Wo therefore rospectfully recommend his nomination to the friends of good order throughout the district. '. - Congressional Convention. We are advisod that tho delegates from the Fourth Congressional District to the late Slato Convention at Indi anapolis agreed upon tho first Wednes day alter the Chicago Convention, to hold a Mass Meeting of tho opponents to tho. disunion Democracy, at Greens burg, to nominato and present a suitable- candidate for Congress. Tho time, and place meets our cordial approval, when wo hopo to meet in Mass Convcn lion all shades of the opposition, to in- aunrato a canvass that will redeem this Stato and district, from tho ruto oi men who countcnanco and co-operate with open advocates of t dissolution ol the Union. Wo know no compromise with traitors and treason, and our mot to is the union of tho Opposition lor the safety of tho Union. 14?" Governor Cliuso telU tho story that when Lieut. Gov. Newman of Ten nesHoe, was in Cincinnati with tho Ken tucky and Tenncpsco Legislature, ho was accompanied by hi "body ser vunt," a sprightly, eaddlo-colored "boy" of nbont thirty, who was conscious ol his dignity. His master, who was in tho habit of jesting with him, familiar ly, accosted hi in in tho hall of tlu Neil Home, jiidt befuro tho departure of tho guests, with a "Why, Jack, hnvift tho Abolitionists carried you oiTyct?'' "Yahl Yah! Muss' Xowmnn, (quoth Jack) when I seed you gwino down do btrcct arm in arm wld Gubncr Donnison ntul Gubncr Cliuso, I tot you woro gone, euro yah! yahl' Cf Ca.iu M. Clay in relation to ITon. IM ward Bates, of Missouri, nixyn: "Whllo 1 havo highcxl ripect for tho character of Mr. Bates, of Missouri, and would cheerfully support him if nomi nated by a republican Convention, I cnnnotullow that hi tluiim nro to he put up nn superior to thoo of the fathers of tlio putty. Wo allow hint an equality no moro. I know not by what au thority tho "Bopublican Leaders" at Washington, (if such hutho truth, which I dibbcliovo,) venturo to dictate n choice of candidate to their poors, tho great pooplo of tho J.opublican party, in Con vention assembled. Such Congression al attempt U not now in tho historyof this country, and its success was Mich, I think, as not to Invito a renewal I" Judicial Convention. Tho delegates is nltondanco nUtho BepubUcan Stato Convention, from tho Counties, composing this judicial dis tritt agreed on tho 10th of May a tho tlmo for holding tho Convention, to nominato a Judgo and Prosecuting At. tornry of tho Common Fleas Court. Liberty was designated as tho place Wuyno, Fayette, Union and Franklin Counties composo tho district, rir Tho following name? will bo bo foro tho next J)emocratlo District Con vention, of the Ith District, for the Congr ssional nomination: Hon. A. C. Downey, of Ohio; lion. W, 8. llolman, of Dearborn; B. IL My res, of Biploy; Jamos Gavin, of Decatur; D. D. Jones, of Franklin and James B. Foley, of Docnt'ir. riOf tho wheat crop in Southern Illi nois, tho Bellovlllo Advocato snys: "All tho furmcrs with whom wo havo had an opportunity of conversing unito In saying thai tiro wheat In thla Vicinity haft been much injured by tho sevority of tho weather. Sumo fields thoso which wero sowed lato are supposod to bo Injured boyond recovery. Other fiolds, though somowhat injured, will probably rocovcr upon the opunlng of spring. It Is yet too early to decide upin the prospects of tho crop." ' iQr Judgo Smalley, chairman of the Domocratlo National Committeo; lias returned to Washington from Charles." ton, whoro ho ha boon making arrango meats for tho meeting of tho National Convention.' ITo secured tho Charles ton Institute, which is sufficiently largo for tire purposes reqalrod. Do says amplo accommodations will bo made for all persons desirous of attending tho Convention. 42r At a primary lection hold In Chicago, Long John Wcntworth was cloctod by a large majority over Arnold Htep.) ns tho opposition candldato for .Mayor, Tho race will therefore ho be tween him und his democratic competi tor, Mr. Gurnee. David Tuxpie on a "Bender." The Monticelie Spectator gives a graphio portraiture of a "big drunk" lately indulged in by the Son. David Turpie, Democratic nominee for Lieut Governor of the State of Indiana. Taking possession of ft Jewelry shop, in tho absence of tho proprietor, he assem bled some dozen boys of the town. He in the first place bought the attention of tbe boya with eomo poor jewelry, purchased for tho occasion. Ho then got drunk. Next he make the boys drunk, having dovoted fivo dollar to that patriotic purpoße. After each round of tho bottle they took a vote for Lieu tenant Governor, in which the Hon. David Turpie rcceivod a clear majority. Ho then sung blackguard songs, told objeeno stories, and sent for moro whis ky. Growing moro musical, ho solicit ed the presence and aid of ono Samuel Cooper, a decent colored fiddler, who, being an Abolitionist, declined the prof fered honor, remarking that "he would not be 'caught in tho company of any such drunken scallawag as Davo Tur pie." He then hired a whito lad, 15 years old, as leader of tho Bacchanalian orchestra, giving him one dollar and all tho whisky iio could drink. . Cards were then introduced, and tho drunken ogro was carried on until tho prorrietor of tho building procured as sistance and dt ovo tho drunken crow from tho building. Tho scene is represented as being the most disgusting and disgraceful ever witnessed in a civilized community. ThU i tho man for whom temperate, sober, Christian Democrats, tomperato, sober, Christian fathers, are expected to voto for tho sicond offico within tho gift of tho pooplo of tho State. Can such things bo? Will they do it? Tho nnswer is Indicted in tho fact that theso same sober, tomperato, Christian fathers voted for Ashbcl V. Willard in 185G. H Winter Davis and the Maryland Leg filature. ' Tho Washington correspondent of tho .V. Y. Times, writing on tho 21st of February, says: Tho speech of Mr. II. Winter Davis, to-dny in reply to tho resolution of con stiro pas&cd by tho Maryland Legisla ture, was tho great feat uro of the pro ceedings. Tho speaker arraigned and put on trial tho whole Legislature, and having convicted them all of being mag nificont fools, actuated by sinister mo tives, ho 'proceeded to defend his vote for Mr. Pennington, and said his courso met with Iho hearty approval of every man in Maryland whoso good opinion was desirable Tho members crowded around him, and every man, savo one, liMcncd to hi vindication with deep interest. Hi firo upon tho members of tho Legislature was galling, and ho paid not h lew kft-hnmlcd compliment to hi Democratic friends on tho floor of Congress. Many poisons from Balti more and from other parts of Maryland woro in uttendonro, to hear what tho honorablo gentleman has to say in jus Mention of hi voto for tho Bcpubllcun Speaker. Buchanan on the Supreme Court. Tho Chicago Times, tho organ of Judgo Douglas, has hunted up an old speech delivered by President Buchan an, in 1811, when in tho United States Senate, on tho Bank question; and in sist that it prove him a believer "In tho doctrines of Lincoln, Soward, Os- sawaltomio Brown, ilc." Wo copy it as n special pi'l for Mo Domocratlo or ators who, after electing thl very Bu chanan President, aio In company with that very President, denouncing Bo- publicans for riot slavishly submitting to tho dicta of the Supremo Court and for holding tho samo opinion of their decision ou Slaveiy thut ho did of their decision on finance: ".Now, if it wero not unparllainentft ry languago and if I did not desiro to treat nil my friends on this (Whig) side of tho Houso with tho reaped which 1 feel for them, I would say, that the Idea of tho question having been sottlod as to lind the consciences of members ol Con gross when voting on tho present bill, U BIDICULOUS AND A11SUKD. If the judges ami taicyrrs In christon dorn had decided in tho aflirmativc, when tho question is brought homo to ono a a legislator,' bound to vote for or against n now charter, upon oath to support tho constitution, t muaf txrrcii viy own judgment. I would treat with tirobund respect iho argument and opin ions of Judges and constitutional law yers; but If, alter all, they fail to con vinco me that tho law was constitution al, I should be guilty of jcrjury before high heaven if I voted in Its favor. "But even If tho Judiciary had settled the. question, I should never hold my self bound by their dvclslon whilo nct ing in a legislative character. Unliko the Senator from Massachusetts, (Mr. JJatetO I shall never consent to place tho liberties of tho people in tho hands of any judicial tribunal. "No man holds in higher esteem than I do tho memory of Chief Justico Mar shall; but I should never have con aentcd to make even hhn the final arbiter between the government and tho pooplo of this country on questions of constitu tional liberty. tffu Col. Mommingcr, who has been sont by South Carolina as a commis sioner to several States, to induco tho thorn to dissolve the Union, said in 18 Gl that "ho had radhor South Carolina wero Attached to tho Government of great Uritan as alio was provlous to the Revolution, than remain n member of this Union." tlitorinl &drarto, C&ff. Tho annual Stato election - of New Hampshire will take place on the 13th inst. ' CST There arerumors of a union of the Republicans and Anti-Lecompton Democrats in the coming contest for U. S. Senator in Oregon. ea. The Chicago Press and Tribune is out in a strong leader for the nomin ation of Abo Lincoln, as tho Republi can candidate for tho' Presidency. It is said that out of a German TJODtilation of 50.000 in the State of r -r , Wisconsin, tbore is not a single individ ual from the "Faderland" confined in tho Penitentiaay of the State. tST Tho Siameso Twins are still liv ing in Surrey county, North Carolina. At a late revival the wife 01 Ubangas baptized. Chang and Eng seemed to bo much concerned for themselves, and re quested an interest in tho prayers of the minister.. e A merchant who lived in Baton Rouge, La., and who was onco worth $150,000 was arrested for vagrancy last week, having in fivo years gambled away his entire fortune GoV Wiso, of Virginia, during tho last two years of his term in office, pardoned ono hnndrod ant., sixteen con victs, commuted tho punishmont ot twolvo, and reprieved four others. A now dimo has just been issued from tho mint, diiloring from tho old ono is several respects, but the Goddess of Liberty is in tho sitting posturo tho samo as upon tho old coinage äjr Cassius M. Clay, in hi New York speech the other day, declared that if tho Republicans hud taken up Stephen A. Douglas, and rcturnod him to tho U. S. Scnato, he would havo been in tho Republican ranks. Sfär A bill has been introduced into the Legislature of Pennsylvania for tho romoval of tho seat of government from Harrisbnrg to Philadelphia, on tho con dition that' tho laltor shall furnish grounds, and erect thereon tho necessary building. ÄT" Tho pcoplo of'Chicngo are takiug steps to momorializo Congress to es tablish a Branch Mint nt that place. They held a meeting a few days einco to consider tho subject, and also to adopt moans for diverting Pike's Peak gold to their city. jJTho telegraph wiro from St. Louis -to San Francisco i now within two hundrod nnd eighty miles of the latter place, It will coon bo nil laid, and wo shall hear from Culilornla every day. lär Tho Louisville Journal snys; "If wo wero called upon to gucfs who will bo nominated for tho Presidency by the Charleston Convention, wo tdiould, un der all tho existing circti instances, ny, with little or no hesitation, Alexander 11. Stephens, of Georgia. OxwAni)! When Gov. Bunks was elected Speaker, ho received 1 Oil votes. (Joy. Pennington received 117. Al that time, thero wero 14 Republican Sena tors; now thero oro 21. Thus wo havo gained 1 1 Representative and-10 Son ator. t ttjrSo fir, tho Sonato Harper's Fer ry committeo has mado no important discoveries, or added any material facts not known boforo tho investigation wn commenced. Its proceedings excite no publio interest whatever. pcJT Cinclnnatlans nro moving every thing movablo to got tho United State Agricultural Society to locate their next fair ut Cincinnati. Leading business men, horllcullurallsts, manufacturers, and horso men uro urging tho matter. Tho Society seems undecided whether to hold tho fulr thcro or in Washington City. Stir Tho Sheriff of Tioga county, N. Y., recently took a prisoner ho hold, from tho prison to tho polls to vote, und then returned him to prison, Gov. Morgan did not'tako tho samo view of tho coso as tho Sheriff. Ho thought that n person deprived tor tho timo of hl civil right by tho commission of a crime, should not ho taken to tho poll by tho officer having him in custody.--The Governor, therefore, removed, the Shoriffrom tho office, for official mis conduct. ; I Stephen A. Douglas's lato Spaeoh. Stephen A. Douglas ha recently do llvored ft speech in tho Sonato of tho United States, which for eloquence and ingenuity has novcr been excelled. Not one word wassuld about hi pet doctrine of Squatter Sovereignty, but in lieu thereof, he mado ft furious onslaught on tho Black Republicans, charging tho leader ofthat party with tho JIurpcr's Forry affair andull itsovll consequence. In this speech of tho artful Illinois Sen ator, ho tries to conclliato tho South, by covering up hi wonto than Wllmot Pro viso tracks, but tho South will not take counsel from such ft source Stephen A. Douglas has lost til prestigo with tho Southern pooplo. Ho tan never re gain our confidenco but by repudiating tho odious doctrino, which ho ha pro mulgated, with so much ability and as siduity, and by u long continued courso of repontanco in sack cloth and ashes. When ho has passod safely through this trying ordeal, wo will then ' lako him back In tho Domocratlo church on trial, when, if ho should behave himself prop- oriy, iio may iiopo lor ft restoration, and communion In tho truo faith. Southern. Confederacy. Country Correspondence. Maple Grove, Ind., Feb. 2G. 'CO. Diar Editor: We have had some excellent sugar weather, and if you will ride out some afternoon you may "eop" your bread in somo excollent mo- lassos. Our friends, tho Methodists, havo had some "big meetings" at the Grove this winter, nnd the Presbyteri ans and Baptists have also had a good time. I don't know how many have joined, but a good many have professed to be better than formerly. 1 reckon this i all right if they would live up to their profession. But trying times arc coming, nnd I fear for somo of tho new converts as well as for somo old ones. I don't profess to be much of u chris tian myself, but I lovo to seo good con sistent folks. I want to know of you, or8ome other preacher, whether a man can vote for a drunkard and 6till bo a christian. N.ow, wicked as I am I con fesa I can't do any such u thing. If 1 wero b christian I might possibly see otherwise. Can a man voto to put a drunkard in offico, knowing him to bo such? Can a man honestlv get down on his knees, or stand up either, and ask God to banish sin and crime from tho land? Can he ask God to bless the Stato, when ho himself has voted for a swearing, drinking blackguard to rule tho State? Sinner as I nm, I would bo afraid God would curso mo with such a prayer on my lips if I woro to assist in the election of such ft man. But let me ask you another question. 1 luvory right? You will answer "no." God says "no." 4,Gocd men say it is tho sum of ull villanics." Well, can ft good man voto for a person who will at all favor slavery? Common senso answer, "no Now I nm afraid that somo of tho con verts I havo spoken of will loso their religion by voting for such drunkard as Turpio, Cunningham and others on tho eld lino Stato ticket. I confes that I cannot possibly seo how any man can bo a christian nnd voto for any such slavo loving, whisky drinking sols. I havo not tho least idea that any one who docs, can over get to heaven utiles ho rcponts in dust nnd fthhet, and got God's forgivencH. 1 don't believe in falling from grace, but if I wero u member of the church I would leave it ns ft duty, if 1 Lud to voto for such men No man can lovo GoJ and Voto to curne our land, degrade our State, inult Jo hovah and exalt tinrightoousncM as the man will do who votes for ft drunkard to rule or hell rule our Stute 1 wish some of you preacher would tell your members what Uod say on this will) ject, and if they can then so choku their vonaenco ns to support that ticket, le them that it is a "ivurful thing to lal into tho hand of the livim: God." who will not wink at such a con i ho. Your, f'r sheer right, RURAL Our correspondent evidently take u for ii Meachcr a compliment, but ho" mistaken in the iitau. J!i. Am. Our riatr ii There! Tho Atlas ha tho following in lela tion to the 'lickel nominated ut .India nniM.lii on the --M: Wo give in this paper tho Stnlo Tick et n presented by t It o Convention o the lilid inl. a very lew word of intro duction from it must sulhee, ii even these few nro needed. Hknry S. Lam:, "Ono blast from hi bugle, horn is worth a thousand men." If any man live in the hearts of the best of lndiaiiians it i Henry S. Lane Omvf.ii P. MoktonI Tho gallant standard bearer of our fing in JHÖII. he endeared himself to all truo men, by his noble bearing, und tho ability with which he conductod tho cunvu. lie will stienirllien tho ticket. Ho make friend wherever ho goes. William A. Pkm.k. A good canvas ser nnd iv good man for tho pluco. Jonathan S. Haiivkv. Formerly ii citiy.cn ot our town. Hero ho ha a host of friend. At present ho I Pres. ideut of tho lininch of the Bank of t lit Stato at Jellersonvillo, Ho I known u im honest und upright man. We predict thut hU official record will be without a blot. Aluku'I' Lanok. A nativooftliu old world, but an American in heart and affection. No man could have added moro strength tho ticket. Jamk G.'Jonk. 'An attorney of cm irienco in Southern Indiana. AlFvuns- villo where, ho reside, ho is regarded a foremost in tho profession. He I from the American clement of tho Republican party. Bkn. n.vnntsnv. Young, able, elo quent, unlnipoachubio. Moro of the .clement of a goo I candldato of n good otlteur can not bo found in 0113 man ol hi inches. No man will bolt the tick et beeuuko Ben, Hariison i oil it, but wherever ho goes, hi thrilling word', gushing from 11 warm pure heart, will tell puitieularly on young men. John r. jont.s. a Mrunger to us, nominated out of compliment to the north. lie I said to bo eminently fiualitled lor tho Place. Mile J. Frieren r.u. To uo n phrao lrotn tho agricultural movement, ho Is a man for general purpose lor all good purposes, wo mean. Ho can man ago acQ?o ably at tho bar, and go thence into the recitation room and hear a class in' tiny college Mudy. Ho com mand ft military compuny when he has nothing o!o to do, then preside 1 is the Agricultural Society of hi county, thon represents hi society in tho Stute Hoard. Then nway he flies to address a Teacher's Institute in somo distant county, then homo again. .Ho ha many Irons in tho flro, but by constant attention ho lets ono burn. This vor satility of talent, and hi habits of doing well whalcvor ho undertake to do, in sure an officer just adapted to the mul tlfuriou duties of that important office. Ho has few equals for tho place In the State. Wo may peak more specially during tho canvass of the several candidates Congressional. . Wasiiinton, Feb. 27. HOUSE. The House passed tho bill for pay ment of the invalid and other tensions. and the bill for the support of tho Mil itary Acadmey. Mr. Conkhng asked, but failed to ob tain consentto offora resolution instruct ing tho Judiciary Committeo to inquire whether it any, and if bo, what legisla tion is necessary to secure tho liberty of speecn or person - in the District of Co- umbta, and whether if any, and if 80, what 1 radical legislation is necessary to secure tho right of free persons in said District. On motion of Mr. Fcnton, a resolu tion was adopted, calling on the 6ecre tar of the Interior to report to the Houso the present condition of the trust and west of Missouri, pet apart for the New York Indians; whether tho same ha been brought into market ns a part of tho public uom:im, and if so, by what authoritv. Mr. Gurley, from tho Printing Com mittce, reported .1 resolution that there bo printed for thouso of the llouß 2j, 0U0 extra copies of tho President's me ago, wan me reports proper 01 mo heals of Departments nnd chief of bureau connected therewith, omitting the statistical parts, and that thero ul so bo printed 5,000 oxtra copies of said mcssago and accompanying documents complete. Mr. Gurley said that theso resolutions aro an innovation on former practice. Tho Committeo propose not only to largely reduco tho number of volumes but to cxcludo tho dry statistics. In Btcad of sending out threo or four vol umes as herctofoto, ono of 400 or 500 page would afford all tho really valu able iuforniauon, and at tho name time bo convenient for the mail nnd for handling. Tho cost formerly wo near ly 611,000. By the new plan SIG.ooo would bo paved. Ihi is tho Senate plan, which ha worked so well that body ha recently reaffirmed it. In ply to a question, ho said he underwood that under tho law tin printing woul iio to tho Sonato Printer. Tho resolutions wero adopted. A very lively timo eusued. Mr Adrain and Mr. John Cochrane wantoi lo mako explanation in relation to the charge a to tho hhabby treatment o tho Sevotith U.'gimcnt. 01' ction wero mado by Messrs Lovcjoy and Furnsworlh. Tho llouso then votwd for Printer: Wholo number of votes 10' Necessary to a choice , Glossbrcnncr lb.ll Kord, of Ohio . Wilton , .V'en ton Defrec Coomb Hallownv Tho llouso again voted: Wholo number 10 Necvsary to a choice 1 (ilossbrenncr hi I ord 01 Rail Seat on 1 Seat ti ring The House again vr ted: Whulo number of votes 1 81 Nms.iry to a choice (Jlossbreiiiicr 7 lord 8.S Hall Sit'on 17 Scattering Mr. Hoard asked whether il would be in order that after Iho next trial, if I wero unsucceshful, tho plurality 1 hol tied. Tho Speaker replied In tho negativo Mr. Pariisworth moved that tho sub ji.it bo postponed till tho 11 1 nt Mondav in June, euatived. Several ineffectual motion were made to postpone till Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday, and to adjourn. Tho llouso again voted: Wholo number IP." Nccesuiy to a choice IK Thomas il. Ford V. tilohsbreiincr 71 .V n ton Is Rail i Windom 1 Tho Snooker declared Mr. Ford elect cd. Frovloui to tho announcement of the result, mtvcrul vote woro changed to Mr. I'm rd. Tho laat contort w a cloo nnd cxcilud much interest. t'2" Ono of tho humanlti rian move ment (d' our time although liulo known a Midi, can hardly bo over estimated in it importance upon tho well being ol our widely scattered cnminuniiic. Tho population of tho American .State in in many ectlon h ppaixc, that Kill- ful IMi3iciau aro hardly nvuilablu to lliont. Vast number ol Our pcoplo, nro obliged to employ in oicknc neu mod. ical relief a they can hoar of from ouch other, or indVcd any Ihcv can I'd from uny quarter. Heneo arise tlio great consumption of Patent Medicine nmon u greater bv tur than in any of tho old countries, whom nklllftil I'hyaicain ore aeeCHhinlo to all clause. Unprincipled men havo i'ng availed themselves ol tin necessity, to paltn tfitliclr worth les nostrums, until tho word ha bo cotno synonlinoii with Imposition and cheat. Ono of our leading Uhomist In tho cast, Dr. Ayer, I pursuing a course which defeat this iniquity, iio bring not only hi own, but (ho bent tddll oi our lime to bear, lor the production ol tho best ro med loft which can bo mado. Tbcao nro supnlieJ to tho world in convenient form, at low price, and tho pcoplo will no in- ro buy pour medicine instead of good, nt tho tuiou Cost, than they will bran Instead of flour. Tho inoviluWo consequence of llii I, that tho vilo compounds thnlllood ourcoun- try uro üiscardo I lor thoso which hon cstly uccomplMi tho end in view, which euro. J)o wo over estimate It importance, In believing that thi nro. pect of supplanting tho by-word modi, eines, with thoso of actual worth and virtiu. i fraught with immense cons- quo nco for good, to tho masse of our pooplo. (mztttc and Chronicle, Jrru, Indiana. mr The next Illinois .Stnto Fulr will bo held at JacUonvillo, in Morgan coun ty, from tbo lüth to tho lftth of .Septem- ber. Cincinnati Markets. Febrwj 28. ProTisiona Th market remain! withoBt fBT ersential change, either as regard deaaaad r Ericei. The improved dcaaad for Lard oaliaata., nt prices are a tfiade eaaier, tbeugh aotaVly low r. Baooa and Balk mem.U art h14 feralr, ht tka bnaineas dona waa bat assail. NaUjiar ka met rork f 17. and in tenia caaea. for faroriU brands, $17 25 are offered. Tbe sales war ii hbds Banon sides at 9 It); 0 do enoalders at 7J a ad 615 b-ls and tierces Lard at 10. Nothing d U Bulk Meats. Floar The market ia Bchanrer and doll. ad the demand limited. Small sales at$&40a it) for Sdperfino. iOO brli Extra Superfine broagbt J et and 100 do Family sold at the aante rata. Groceries So change ia the market. The de mand if moderate; sales of 25 bods choice Sagar at y,c; 100 bris Uolaases at 42c; aal 150 bagsceCa Wheat The market is finn. with a rood deasaa at (1 30al33 tot prima WLite, aad $1 2&al 21 for prime Red. Vorn car cora remains steady, with a fair da. mand at 43a Vc. in bulk. e!Ied is dal! aad a- cJr&nged. We quota mixed at 50aJle, ia bulk, an t 52o ia sacks buyersfurnuuiag sacks, prims white in sacks at55a57e. Oats Tha market is easier, and prices arc t shade lower. We quota them at 48 im balk: sale 300 bu.h in sacks al 49c; 300 do from store at &Oe. . l.TC The market il Steady, with a fair demand at $1 00; sales 100 buslt at 9Se, bat this is balow tat market. liar The market is doll aad prices bare declin ed $1 00 per ten. Wa quote prima Tinotbj at $18 00 per too, on arriral. . JSuttor The market is nnchaoeed sad doll. W quota Central Ohio at Ual4e, and WesUra Beaarra at Hal5e. Potatoes The market is dan, eanrod It a UV.it off in tha sbirping demand. Wa bare a eha r to note in price, and qaota prima ! orthera at 2 jtcr brl. beert Clorcr is dull ami 7ne are a snad law er. ivi qnot prime at tt Mjstoo. mooter is ia a Mr demand at f 3 00a3 25 per busk for fair ta choice. ÜJfw jpvfrfof meats. onnn noLTS wall, window. ad fire OKJÖKJ Uoard Tuner, ju.t received direct fron New York, of tbe best psttcrns aad qaality, aad which will be sol 4 at unusual low prices. II. C. OALLIOX. Drookrillo, Fab. 23. 1A30. rot.J-nol -tf. O W.Y AND SIMi i.l. IMrUUTl.U tAiU'fcia, t of tho bout stvW-s, for sals here at low floras. II. C. UAI.LIOX. JW ville, Fwb. 29, 16C0. rol.J-Bol-tf. Grold MedalFianoo. best Aimcm gtfttk A Orupa's, of New York, Powerful toned, Double, (irsnd Action, Concert l'iaans, PronoiMie ad by inst, Thalborg, and other Ureal Artists, THE BEST' B2I8TBNOH.I A L S O Ha-nk.n'b oi Nr.w York. IIoi.mfm or 5i:w York. lniTTixa' or Uiucisjcati. Celebrated Gold Medal Piano, Warranted for ten or more year, aad k;t ia tone fur five or mure years. OIJ l'taoui tskn ia ex- clmnse. l'ianos to lot, fr ira 1 0 to $11, per quarter. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OF AJjTj TCI INT IDS, Solling effnt HALF 1'IlrCK. Wa will sell LOWER FORCASH, Tlmn any oilier fiealer In tha f ity. i'iano., Mi'lo'lvutm, and other Mailcal lastrv Dient Imr.'il and rrpftired thoroughly. luii't liur or rent a Piano, nal!l joa bar railed and r in mine. I tlis almvo C'rlrlratsd Tlaao. 11 H I TT I N W A JillO., folo fmtt, rinno I uris Makeri and lUatrrs in lint Class, F'jMwre, (irno'l nnd foritrit Us, .No. 2:7, oih til., ttta-cen l.'.in Dam, Cincinnati, Cbio. W00. iol.2-ao3. THE INDIANA FAHHEIL J. N. JJAY, KMTOK& rUHLISilFIt. I'rnir. J. A. NAfill, fitor. It It'll A Iii OUT f, Ma. I.i:wi lioM.MAN, Mn. J. W. Will (HIT, Ma. WM. II. LOOM IS, Ma. II. I (1 IIA V. CcHKomii tta j:i'iii. Tlia niMItier has ronileted hU arrsngsiaeats, as In jmt lullalrd above) for rwdui Ina; as fo4 nn AKii' tiltursI 'r as any la tha l.'nlon, and far WciPiii rariaers ilaeldt'dly Li Iter, Laiaasa s4aftsd to their roll aud tlimata. FARMERS OF- INDIANA. If vmi have a homo jrilnred, tralbful aars inhlo juiirti wl of our own, subacrlha at aaea, and Ihm Mi.iain an tfi'irt hl h raunot fall ta tcartt y ouri e. The aliuvo Currrinn'llns IMItnrs ara eoatrihat. I ii U oi.o or Iwo artlrle In earh tiumkar, strict ly prnnlfot, and nnt a whit inferior to tha lastaras now bnliii di'llrsrad in Vata Collrre, Cnna,, and nor valuall i because (ley cat ta aoaad aad ff seirrd. t i: U M S : I Copy I year 1 0 4 V.U 1 year M l ili'iids of Improvement now Is tha-tlma ta ala vale tha farmer's slnnilsrd. I'ob. 21, .). rol.S na.tt. ADMIXISTHATOUS NOTICE. otli'c Is licrtliy lven Itiat ilia undertlf nsd has il liecn sppulnlrd Ailml iWtrat. r of tba fslala af Joint (IuikIis, Uta of Fianklln county, doaeasad All persons io'Uttrd to said K.tsts, ara I otlflad ta lusks luimedista pnymeni, and Umso holjing clalsas nslnillho I'.tale ara reneiiad ta prateat tkaaa duly authenticated. JAMT.. UOl'blR. vol.J-no.iilir, Administrator. Notico. Nolles Is horeliy rlrrn that Iba aadsrtlfnsd has lieeu appnlatoil Adminlstralrli of tha State of tuilly 11. Nohla, lata of rraaklia eeaaty, lad., drrcs.nl. The estate Is ppoid to I so Weal. MAdUAI.ANA EN OS. i Kah. 15 lRflO.oi:.o5.aw. Ad mlalstratrli. lUs()utlon of lartncrhbp. rMia Br.nof W. Morrow A Co. has this day Waa X dioulrcd hy mutual eonsnt. It, V. (lallloa har purthnaied Ilia ntlr Inlrrsitef W. Morrow la Us rouoara. The builnsss of tha fraa mutt ha settled up as speedily as poralble. All persooi kaawlag tliciu! Ives In Jrbtc I to ral'1 firm will ptess act as- eoiuingiy. w, aiuiiKgrr a vo. llroakt ills, Jan.:), IftCO. Tbs unilerstsnsil, truly tbaakfut for Iba v A lihsral patrnnsfa bestowed by !) Mblla, iaa tha late firm of W. Morrow a) Co., at a tee that be spocts to amy ea tha business al tbe Old Wblta Comar In future, and hojes be close alteatloa I cu.lne.s and anntlnued regard for tha I a Israel af andtoirars, to merit and reeelva tbe ajprobatloa nus support oi ina eomtnunur. 1IE.NUY C. OALII05. vol2-nol9tf MflIplsTTSi It is (Iio Lifo of Trade. I.TiWARD MEYER, Paddle aad Harness saabe r j Jlrookrllle, Ind., offsrs his work for al rhasrer thaa a? er. Farmers, if yoa ara la need a good ' collams, iiari;SS, ual::lec, Or earthing la the ftaltla or Itarneas line, yoa will do well torsi I at Iba Ilroohrille addle aad Har nrss Manufactnry, 4" north af tha Tattey Hon, onimilte the Court llousa. I dea't bay mi Collars and riaddlas In C'iaelnnaU, I saaka say ea work, and wartant It to be of good matarial ea4 wll mad. Csll and for ycurisir, aad If ye sie not aatUBsd, I will satisfy yoa, aaly rensabar " the place, oprt'e tha CeartJlnaao. Cesaa aaa, ootii all, and save your woaey. Now Isthetlsaato buy yourSarnass of EDWARD MRTEJU Jir.ohTlllsj Feb. lo, lieu. ell-aaJO-tT MW. Halle, Prngglsl, Apothecary aad ar maoaaUst, Mala street, roekrtlla. lad. Ul tf