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TELEGRAPHIC. A E O E U O E jUJUVAL OF THE PACIFIC. Naw Yo*«, Sept. 3d. Steamer Pacific, captain Wye arrived this morning. She left Liverpool on the 23d uh. The surrender of Booreersund is con firmed. Austrian forces have entered the prin cipalities. Archipelago is effectually blockaded. All is quiet in Spain. The Cleopatra frors Montreal arrived out in IS 1-2 'lays iht Africa had arrived alto. The ship Shannon wart destroyed by fire on the 3d. Letters from Boomrmird describe the effect of the guns upon that fortress as terrible. Large blocks of granite which appeared impregnable iell out in masses. Letters from assy say the Russian troops will all have crossed the Pnith by Sept. \. Cholera was making awful ravages a* mong the allied troops. Austrian troops were marching upon Wallachia. At the latest accounts the health of the combined armies was rapiqly improv ing- Gallipoli is free from cholera. The Russians suflered terribly on their root* tawards the Pruth am) took with them 24.000 »»ek. The Russian head quarters have been csublir-hed st ir:r.-i!. Austrian troops have commenced Tossing the froiitier at TUTUS and Ser via. The French loss by cholera is put down «^700 that of the English probably about Upwards of 2,000 prtsooer were taken al Boomersund. Low on either side was inconsiderate. Bucharesi was occupied by 10,000 Turk?. Later from the Salt Lake. ST. Long, Sept. 1. The Salt Lake maiia rcachid Indepen dence to-day. Peace was established between the people of the city of Utah and the Indians. Youoij had concluded a treaty with all the Chiefs. The health ot the country was £ood, and the rain had fallen more abundant than was ever known before. A .auch larger quantity of land was cultivated. and did considerable injury. Grass was scarce on th*. plains, owing to the large •mount of cattle driven to CaLiornia.— It was estimated thct over 50,000 head Jiad passed over tne plains. Abaut four thousand persons had ariv ed at Salt Lake this season. Ti»ere were many complaints made of outran s by the Pawnee Indians. A man named F. Wood was killed, and about seven hun dred sheep driven off. The mail from Santa Fe had also arirv ed. The crops New Mexico were good. The trains experienced no trouble from the Indians. Th« rput fjprn SanU Fe «bowtd that drought had prevailed this fide of Firt %cnrcr. imt the was plenty. A band of tbe Caroaachf «M met ^ros&iug tf-x Arkansas, which asked and "|cceiveu some provisions. Way to Repeal Die Kebra* ka Bill Ma P. Hale in W speech at KirtUnd •JKaine, on WednexJay evenir,®, 2."W ultiinrt, «ld his h^arert how ihe Nebraska b.ll could lie repealed. TV* *hc wa v: Suppose yon send to the next Coafrvaa a "dean ticket" from tbe pose you atad men who do not endorse the itlek i! tkrou§h,( Sgain?t hin. f|"» W*«t flkat wili the ref»rt Whj it Ne braska bill, men who want to repeal it—men Whc go tb»rcdet*riuir.*y| to u-p*al if wh,ir *ill ifccy 4,v- When the first general appropriation cones up, they will pul in a ptuvijio which .Will not occupy motu than three or four liaes. fc tl»* effect: Provided that so mueti of the Hll oixanixing the territories of Kansas and N lfrsska' which auculs Qm Missouri L*o»x»pro- M»e act of l*2u, be ar«i the *am* hereh) re pealed." [Great applause.] Bu! there uscme ftiBg Laoie to be d..ne than putt^ii it in. and ttat t- Very great applause.) -fWery wall recoiled a particu ar friend of mine a^ho was practising la a certain court, and who fifed the mrafrlup.e frequently to hate the court Arguinj a point ^ne day, the Jmdgt becoming impatient, said u hia, u vi. ttfed i-ot elaborate that point the court is with JCU there." Yes." replied the Sawyer, "bot Will your liquor »tick?" (LaugLter.) put thro -rh. At p!iuse.) WI v Now to elect a House of Representative* such a proviso into t!ie first al aj-prupj-.atou bill, and that gener wli! stick WJ tfee£LJ What it to be done thea ffhr fhe bui Wil fo to the Sena'e, and ti,e the proviso, will and Senat- -rtion uf wUJ tk.*is Cjjf ^bfrtiscr. On the 13th of June, a heavy rain and hail-storm swept over the whole valley, cousoence honorable, without regard to WHXS 8PICE3R, Editor. SATURDAY, SKPT 16. 1^4. In our leader of last week we made a lengthy extract from a lender of the Mus catine Enquirer. We praise the article, and wish to give them foil credit tor it. birt Kme of our readers cannot distin guish b«-tween a quotation and edrtoriai. AII after the sentence in italics was quoted The application "otter aas" to Mr Tbor- a u u- reader* teem our Hon. Representative more highly. In this we differ with tke En quirer, and think after a fight is over it is fo'ly to fight it agam, or to take Matters too much at heart. U. 8. Senator. Much anxiety prevails as to wko will fill this important office for the coming six yeara. The Whigs being unexpect edly thrown into power, have no plans carved out for this office. Fit* Henry Warren, Grimes, Geo. Wright and Jus P. Cook have been suggested. For our part we know of no man oat aide of the Democratic party wh would give greater satisfaction than- W. G. Woodward ot Muscatine nor no man who would fill the office with more hon or to himself and his constituents. X*xpre3fl, •«. "Ottrtelf.* The Miner's Erp~n$ ef the 1st inet., devotes one whole colnmn of that valua ble paper, to the especial benefit of the editor of the Cedar County Advertiser. The inferences drawn by the article, aci its general tone, are snob, that our read ers must grant us the privilege to reply. We know it will I*? ofno interest to them, and that they would rather we would pass it by unheeded but we feel like relier the Express* of its apparent doubts of placing oorself right, an^ making our true position known. No matter what may be the issues before the people, we shall take an independent course approved by party exactions, and uithout the fear of "Abolitionism'' before our eyes and siiaii not shrink from defending k, Kearney. ater was proportion of "blood and thunder." We grnji"*, 'hough withered, n^jhe space to'quotethe wholecol- State of Maine sup umn, but wili gire a few beautiful ex tracts. He first direct* to remarks to the Dav. Gar.: "Perhaps wht a the Oaaette le*n»Unit the editor of the "Advertiser" has taken a dislike to Gea.— Dtdg* from »xue trivial cioae. he will be better able to appreciate hi* opposition u measares uf goverment, whi -h ttke root ia the soandness anJ constsu-ncy of democratic priaeip'tA. We must confess we never have even seen Gen. Dodge, and. positively deny his ever giving us the slightest offense. We have ever been an admirer of his talents and abilities, and proud of him as a democrat, but have long ft-It with the masses oi the party, that in him, on ma ny subjects, w were misrepresented in Congress. His support of the Nebraska Bill, injudicious and entirely uncalled for as n was, at a time when the slavery agitation was hushed in silence, with not a petition from his constituents asking its passage, and with his entire constituen cy remonstrating against it, was such a violation of the duty he owed to the pea pie, that we cannot but look upon him as an unsafe representative, working for sell and not for his constituents. "Principles not men'' is our motto, and in this we diifer from the 'Express/ who would I make a strict£conforuuty to the actions At to he ion* CitfDU IWjJ® & test of Democratic ortho-j doxy. Senate reject send it a ram to the House. Aad what -wi!! the Hf-ose do' SuU *rica. (Re. aewe-i applause.) What tUo? tt'a/ a c*m mi*'ef ot c*mffcicrce will he z^Au'ec aiid ttusr they have conferred the oi ft? Fk«M tfee ceis.it.itUsl wBl to tlse Senate, and tfca Howe putUac the Hwwe. Ar-^ what w It be put c? C« camsrtitee'' be s^icv. suck, n.at a what .riis be all, A»d «ie rest..'/ Why that 'be Se&at* wt| iathir -irjr b"^ .,ij wr.-Lii wahjul »i.y to pay ear iKik. he i»r^a ike ar®y and navy wtll sar, It is s font ba*. fawss to sioj' th* CO.-»TIUM.:: f.r a mere s.a absirat-tjoa that dc«s -.at taaa^tt .Lj •A al! and tb« result w :l Ci_t "Jse will b? A '/Ot V»:-V ptei' Well, ihw, ahoitt tlte PfewifwUe! L*K jam e\*r bear tad «i a r.i'kkst or even threatened to vebi a !Ui app y •fP.OOt' f- 'tie paya»eat«*lii»»wasalary (lai. m«r.se aj platue.) Hie eoinknrers of the Pweram«f ami hath »d ........ "Bat there u another tlsas, whl^i Is IfMsat, withoat rrsj.- u»i'..!itv bold, withoM sc.iae or 4is-."r» tj»e vaiiaat, wbea »w i near rata, super* ili«»a u*d LiiPted—*tayid t-. eicite rsyraach aai Ue ahgtiisO U liaina pMr*" ae&trt has never occurt i iB IB*r ere went of tin Uuitad 5tai»-^ vet. N© fVes id«Mf ever did i(. -r even hr»ateiied to do a, aiti you M't i!yo'i put Luui proviso mu tl.e ijxa feaeralaj^ropiiaiionWH, aid stick tt thrc.u^ ft is as easy to rasio, e tk* Missouri Coaipro- i line as it fe to ps» any little bill dui^in^ the nan.p ««f a u that wants a naw reg i#«r. (Appl^usc^) Paor. f-r^ow*. who vaw Ptgwierrd in beaven not to shava hi* -sid aatil the fu^uve lAsvelaw .»• ifjiealad, n«w up a hi* &Mir and chin a growt»l HitiuU «t»kax hioi vesemMe ou« ot the auuient pati iarelu—0galetu er. Tbe cholera las eatttoly abated at DeUwIt, •Uarcioid and that tba cit.» was never in better health il-ii '^»3ti tbe xeur than u [las nod to o#r o* Wbat [intended by ih'-s cai' .-.-•: e never wvre a» aspirant i Cr* VUUiMI BO waiter by whom a?jailed. Toia article of the Expreas, is a reply to the remarks irede by us, touching the popularity of Gen. Dodge in the South, and is truly a praiseworthy productiou su&ooih, logical, sarcastic and instructive, and witbai sounds much unlike friend Mernt's articles. Its tenor indicates that he must have been in a without ihe iowpiratioa of tl:« Jurits while penning it, as it does not contain its uimal -Tiej a*T«- isaa^ne tfeas l^asr otaccrlf has real«rad fbtaalha r.:uai a U.U-.H vmUm -J! s**t*iit! mam! smptrcdiam*: itm 1^uo, a rad* «a **lb* was oftit bat er.ct. and tkv. was for a m2.ng cewt office, ar.d w«lS frankly confess that ear anu-JCeVraala sentiments detested a sacrfke opmi^ns we were wuitng to make vr -but we never attributed We oppose tae Nebraska Bill \i w UM*[ and so do ma»| other so*ajd deinocrUj^ We bare never aspired to be fed out of iC 1 n b»um* to henca KM hke thoee who are. divisioos of the democratic party. ID The editor of the 'Advertiser* has ever been a democrat, laitnful and fearless hss Allowed his party through thick and thin, right or tcrong—has never shruuk from duty nor teared tiie f»e—every man date frera his superiors he has willingly obeyed—every measure or policy advan ced by democrats or democratic admin istrates he has swuiiowud as a pill pure- forgn ing mood democrallc gai pronounced it good but the repeal uf the Missouri Compro mise was clandestinely pot forth—it o riginated throujju sinister motives, it out rages the inteHig'?: and feelings uf the fret men of the Mor'.h—it stains the hon or of the South-«& was hatched in ini At the opening of the iate campaign, the Nebraska Bill was stuJk'i«!y kept out of sight, and the pany united upon their genuine piatforin we went with them heart and hand. The attempt was mad. to thrust upon us Ue Nebraska bd!. I ,r fcUPP°ned tlv€ wM n Q9jJ atj4 ligcied st, a*j£ stilt caty t.*u §ad s* mmoy wiio hoida the cotiiary —ibt iuutr to as suaie ail tl -s 3aUeri:-g sobrifvds tswt itahci/ed, aco aaovki me km* we wu, *£d abolitionxst and/imatu. f-%e #f some otlfcrJeiwi. f«i mmmf «d an abonniiation b«t ati!l RtidvdZd n5tt Ucktt-In Jer. had gone eatray, yet we a**! Muader bo"" M™"' be tim case. aui »ad 4ut2.se**ua.* i A* W igjuorsmee, vom/y i.«. Sooofea* we are igr,.orari ejwBgt to e*-j irim abovtuae gizzard, which prwapi* tbe repeal tbe C«apK, s* w Wh the* rides of tbe 'pecu m«ae a gx^se '.^-slatioo v: i-.e T^mocr%^,z iat* tc-wards pow«r and arro- SatMMai fiiattcrxa WSS. and are hsiil |um as aiarai as a: the Souta may re screcn- Vol we Wlieteiius will not will be a wafi spot ta us, or a sqoaTn- a&t! I smmil a* a verdict oflae v:-.«» w ti* cttacneb to its tbe SMokt-box srLetter we *re a grta^x JbaMMkbtx' xta-em*rM, and ftsd r-x- "n ibaa l:^. mm mfL# Erpeest, wWn the flare ol- riiiioj i*u u« avow it a sc*s «Kt^«G«y. w« hr o*«e sbaii frost It «Hir aife»lse wtmkm fes Law yet tools Mstaad Cbe sv^ifcjA is ia*de U set a aule iS 'M tMarka of To the. cnarge if "tbaca» ?y" we jp£e*4 guiliy It ha* ever been tmx wmtmvsi*. K» lead an obscure Gfo, far remored ref«ibt.ca „aii. week s0t jmf. been partrcularly active, from mnoriety or fame, still w* i. •&+*** W iirr -r trar«a at' b«yvr» refts.ng io purchase at prices de rove, *. 4* ™l press-. Should we des»re fatm i* w u«i2jor.ra'.-y and I ai. i..J ,....111.11 -Jl-L -LJL mW dmmy. a jr*e rAofcry, em *§n tauiw* Jtri'i rwiij Jf ****»*»,• u up tie agv*r,T too tieep tor an *vbK\it"e itidi* *Kiaa! Ike the E3:W c4 u* Cedar Co. —be csax stand t—it wont gj dewr. rtetib cr Main's and Dixon's line. w *^'M 10 |Vin\ Wlf ?v NrtHiij —v w this to Geo. IVaUe or «»y b«hr el* te io*taWo»t the ticket, «. I wnrwm m«ni afth« citv a .1 country, end that no on« 'M"r V™1] «kR» A* "f J""1" i „.U J.r. to question *. stauuona! fi^it of u^xtg as they pfeeee. %hi n W v wfar« ngton was qooted with the rest and our w.ienag U4, oeiort an«n h0.eu »aUxai. a vl public pleaces generally eadera will relieve us of that, as w* es- 4 rassa intqatty 0ae comprises toe masses oi tae pe«.»ple, and the other U S. officers a:.d aspirant*.— One are avor of ireedom A&J tree ter ritories, and the other hotd ti:e tenure cf their offices, be it either possession or in expectancy, by their teaity u the Ne braska bill. We are 'obscure' it is true. but could never aiukso iar as o debase rselves by accepting or desiring to be 'pj4t: ourselves oy accepung or aeairiog xo oe conciliated' at the sacrifice of conacience he«» pr*mitied to heboid *e GeniraU »b co3im«jlei voa in Uiis crc«.!c ajraisst vc«r partr &r. i Tour ccMt-T* bsre Uke issues with wiiicfa they have wnep- partr »r. 1 your ccOEt-r. y rerrciw. *h« r^prtca jear»«Ue» a&d UtiOUsly dishonored li. aN«*rh*lyo«r own Wucty, imlU sj sap-ran-j And fiaaHv the EdkiW of the ~enr« lts xai s.are» in tbe :auV« of yoar enemy," W. „o Mrt inU* kit defeat, bat' Augustus Crsar has formken the did suppose through the camj^gn we|*Pl,roveJ beheld 'uhe General us." We fought under the banner of who commanded Bates and Hempstead, and suppose we were in the rauks of the faithtu! and did not dream we were "crusading" against our pary or our country. We as a dem ccral fuiiuvved our leader, and believed we were "trailing as a supernumerary** in the ranks of the democracy. If this was a 'crusade country," it must be ers broke down the oid landmarks of democracy, dashed aside the platform up on which wc have long stood, and erect ed it* stead the Jafcgemaat of slavery Bill Nebraska. ly and oar couniry. By fighting under jjent the banner with this iniquity inscribed upon it is wherein we were "crusading against our party and our country," and it was militating against the best inter ests oi both. But though we supported tlie ticket, we did not nor tan we ever subscribe to the Nebraska Bill If this is treason, we are a traitor. If this is ab olitionism or fanaticism, we are an abo litionist aod a fanatic we care not for the name, our motto ia "principles not rneu," and if a deviation from the crook ed path of a political leader—if the sup port of justice and morality is treason and fanaticism, we wili assume the name for then tLerc is no obloquy attached lo it. dc:-^ #cure Ptatform, ihe rxpenence ,ny .y obscure" democrats, who oar$e rrt tbeee ioui blocs would be wiped ou! a U) Tncre are now two, ab»d»ug coufiience in the ^ieiiigpntr o the pe^ie, and plea of democracy as declared by ?i%v:3na P,at!m :e i$*t- Dorcta*. Tba. r*po*e U Pursoant to notice, a reeling of the citizens of Polk Township was held at the house of Elihiu Watkins, on the 2nd, day of August, 1954, to form some res olutions relative to the money appropria ted to the s-rernj Townships, for tbe im provement of their tigh ways of which this Township appears to be not only mi nus, but in debt. The rvhject of the meet ing being stated by Joel Kent, on motion £ZIa Morton, and David Sleper, a Committee to draft resolutio s expres sive of the sense of the meeting. After a few minutes absence, the Com mittee reported tbe following preamble and resolutions: Whereas, it is the duty of the people to exercise a careful watch over their rights and interests, and in as much as Polk Township is reported lo be in debt for the improvement of her high ways, therefore, Resolved 1st, That there be a commit tee three appointed to procure council, and investigate the matter ond report the rcsuit of their labors to a mass meeting of this Township, to be hoiden at-Fzra Morton's new house on the 7th da'y of Oct. next, at 1 o'clock, P. M. Rcidwtd 2nd, That we have reason lo believe from information received, that fin%IKea of lhia County is managed smaMpei) to lhe in As a democrat we repudiated it as a Township, i: not to the whoie County. not discard the ratable frinapks of j^oirtd Uh, Tuat as we sre in debt democracy forth one i«fated i»ue, thus I :Rry of Polk 0 «WT, are tbe servants of the people, aad they shall if I legitimately cast i^on us. W e still claim cau^ to be a democrat, bot if tbe Express' to be our gaide, or »be Nebnska ball oar jpoiiticai bil!e we taa say "Farewell, a k»r»g fareweilL' If the poiiucal dema- WJlh impiimly reMtlD|We w this meeting be signed by tbe Chairman aad Secretary, and sent lo the Editor of '"-th. Cejar Co. (or ,Ull.„o„. p,,n.ple. Or matioo, the Committee oa re«la- charge the dmat Mroismd in BMolutaoo 1st. Or rvti oi, 14 thimteai^ oar .. Flour ,w hy, and be enlightened as to1 Valley, by authority of the Archbishop waat we Lave received as an equivalent. Rrtolvsi 5th, That tbe proceedings of ibf meeting adjourned to mee* again oa tbe 7th of Oct. WILLIAM WILLIAMS D. B. \Itlk, .Wy. IV*- Zi-vt Assxr l.i Run A PJula4»lpt)t,» lf't#i-w:iter rumor that "he reiaiVves of a young lady in that 3 w of pout- i :.rtiling ber, ays tliat th'-re is a (Uvaly and accwiplishad of cwurse) are practicuig opca he the most harsh aad cxoel treaUafcat, i«^rivisg Ler U tlie society of ncarcerating Iver in a «lose apart •srlsl-fuer.t ar.d r.therWiS* mal- n, or«« f^rce h+.r to take «X. Judge Douglas's Sj ®eoh. The Chicago Dem. Press of the 9th iust. speaking of Douglass "whipping in speech, remarks as follows s "Fer weak* before Judc* Don?' si* arrival here It was given oat, that whW Iw did come, 1 those Jercocrats who jppo*ed the repeal of the Musojri COMPROMISE W nld crouch tc hi? feet Yet Ml wiUssfai^f.: $ ibis, OUT fc«l»y Kk« whipped curs—that he would whip them stroa? :bs: we wete in-1 *11 ir.to tbe tracw a^am—that in a word he ni tr'am?:int 0Ter m€fcwr tnT another campaign •*fk* ^'T m*** pf cxij, ^tr p^jp^traio^ receive a just reward, i &M«abled to bear Judje Doufla* "-rw.. riaj r. .a«J »o»«h»t di.Unguuh«l poliUetn the poiiUcal st cans at Dub^ue and ^road Jwui the imprudent to remaik in had a instituted to BuranglOQ, Witi pour l^th UWiu u.unders,, & Ii2.ai»d reject as illegtti- inn e iarJes s .. 1 ocracy may desire to raise in its stead oloveraw.ng those who differ with Mr. fM&itfctob* w other mux* tad on the measure upon which h« l»ad gnater n* tk« jocrwlf. !t ia r**rt*a f«r. that the peop e will rise to Ifietr might pahtkal fortunes, but let th«»t «uf *«cb a* ro« to rH3«cV tfaat wbiie y«a Uh a^i and crush the tieraafogjes who have dis- lr4cte oar Ur aa his »p»ctal frieB"!*.* Idvtr* titer has taken no offense at Gen. Dodge, I thr Ediu refuses to fellow htm, and cleaves to the following as orthodox de- mocracv: Recoil wi, ffcat the Baaeeratle party wiH rerist a atteKp^s at rr iewfri£, ia r«ncress or oat of it the airUtttoa of the stsrery qaeetioa, a&uer w'.iat errr sliape oi caiv. ii, las ii*ilimore (Tht Mts«oBri CoMprMaise had] aa erlgia akin to Ui*: of the Ci *t,:ini«.n of the Tailed cc ived ia tfee» .aa. mritvf fra^rni! :JKI:OH. against our party and ani to remert- forever the U.i er because said lead- I "b"* •«***d to threaMa, at tmmrn disuat dtj. to sevtr the »*ciai boird p/ union. Ail the evi dences of pabiic opiaioa at tai*. daf, seemed to in iicate that thi* cinspr' a.iir had V come caacn ised ia tbe beam of tbe Americaa people aso. sat red ihi&g, watch a« raUtiesa haad would aver be re. eaoagb to *fis:arb. SrrrHE* A.— taXct so my aScial U'.ia. ihtcX during if I have psver to avoid it, those who p'acr-*. —r here may be scarred. PmmUmX Pisacs's A MEETING IN POLK. M", 00 Th«y were persisted in until the wl tK sach an air tone of defiance as the couid not fail to excite a corresponding spirit in those to whoa they were addressed. Du- form abroad Jwui the impruder, pub lie place, that unless Mr. Douglas and tie 'Bxpress* aiid kiu^"d shoe'.? W.ll fau hearing m^atareJ wi-uld be institu isaue by authority their bulls, excommu- bring forces iat iJw city that would compel it. aicauag as abolitiowsts and fanatic*, al! And wether penwn, a citite,, of Chica*o. said wto adhere to the fuolamental i dariaf the day in a *»m*lly public manner Prmci* I fc|hat Dii^* ihouKl be heard—tiat one thous- tlI v wo !,! be on the ground for that JSa2,and reject as il'egiti- purpc»e.*' We tn.cht add miry other like re party, and purify it of the \ZXKXXMCy or ran- marks i-pealr and twMly mterid wish the de- s iHi -ient to indicate the ipirit w (hev u*anifeste i by those cUimtajfto ia*e •Then a|sain, Mr Doug "as seemed on this oc t» bav« lost sight of a very important i and ess«iitiAl fea'.arc »n: republican govern-# HeoU n u generally nodersto nl by citirena of "ob- the Un.tod States that the peopU are the sove retfm—that tbc»»e wbota they place in o/fict am tArir delated 1o carry into effect Ifitir wishes, and undir obli^stions to atewnt to Ou~m for the manner which the tnist is ex ecuted. Mr. Douglas eame before his coasti toeots--tho* who had made him—who had en rusted to lam the execution ot certain duties, atber as a imuUr than a servant. The spirit of a dxia or flashed out from his eye, curled upon hi# lip. and mingl*l it* cold irony in every tone of his voice and every gesture of his body. Hi* manner as well as his language tunnsbad a practical illustration of the pessibtlity of ra verging the natural order of master and servant, of representative and constituent, in a free jfov« ertnnent. The Ciar of ail the Russias could not have exhibited a more domineering and in tolerant spirit than he. What then,— takme tiaio coBCfcieration the injudicious aad iusu.ting cc&buci bi-s particular friends, his awn cvtrfcearii course ar..i offen*ive charge of ign-Tancc, that disturbance follwea'.' u At i» wattr /met M/«KV «O Against the iiibidu us the htart tfvMm to man." If Mr. Douglas and his friends had real'y desired the meeting to refuse to h«ar hia, they cou'd not have adopted a line of poli cy better calculated to ensure that end." To Araerioana. vviieiio orcign Dubiican Government. IVatkuuctM. *uTe of rfiieldinii ourselves from foreign I this and the Old World.— Washington Foreign influence is a Grecian horse to the Republic—we cannot be too care ful to exclude its entrance.—-Madhon. It is time we should become a little more Americanized, instead of feeding the paupers and laborers of England feed our own or else in a short time, by our present policy, we shall be paupers ottrsei re*.—Jackson. The late act of Parliament, iar estab lishing the Roman Catholic religion, and the French laws, in that extensive coun try now .called Quebec, (Canada,) is dangerous lo an extreme degree to the Protestant Religion and to the civil nghit aud liberties of alt America, and there fore as men and Protestants, and Chris tians, we are indispensably obliged to take all proper means for our security.— Congress, Sept. 17th, 1774. It ever Liberty of the United States is destroyed, it will be by Romish Priests. —Lafayiile. Americans should know that when Popery shall ave the ascendency in any of the United States, liberty of conscience would here be at an end.—Shepherd oy of Si. Louis, Mis. Tbe common schools of America are fountains of prostitution aad crime, and all manner of indecencies are practised in them.—Chicago Catholic Tahiti, •What did aa catb ttai abv wiU and marry the young man tc* whosi she has atre*y plighted bar fsith. The y unf mai] is saki tc be of exrellent character. Tr.t affair is to be judieaWv iavMtisatad. i'" Th* Kfirk9i&. Chichco, Sept. 6. Tke market fer gram during the pist Itf* So far as from the endorsement of tfie ^cLloaka bill having brought defeat up on the Democratic party of our State, as hare not the least doubt that it is all ow ing to tbe timidity of democrats in not presenting tbe question ip. a proper light before the people. In those counties where our candidates boldly put themselves upon the Nebraska platform, they have, very generally, boon sastaio ed.—Stale Gatetto. Had the candidates in Lee eoonty, put themselves boldly upon the 'Nebraska i pbtlorra,' the democracy would bars been beaten from 800 to 600 votes. While we did ail we eould to prevent its being made a test, aad to prevent divisions a mong ourselves, the bolting clique ware continually exerting themselves to defeat the ticket, by soaking tkat queatiea the test.—Lse Co. PtamduJtr, (Dmmr** i*0 Educ*l,OB aup- ft* 75to|^, familv imvm* wet* a^ tj ists de«-. tnyJuihug $7i\&7 2J, wheat every bour spent ia it e w o a i a a n s jf I 20w$\ 42 core «0c oats 30r. for higher wsfea. w YOM^ The New Rail' Road. The 20th, dftkis ••nth »P°n for tbe cenvetition at Ut. VlMsaat to Mk over the feaaability of soanecHaf l|uscatia« aad Keokuk by railroW by waycf St Pleasant The all has been (fabttsll* ia the papers of those counties throigh Wlich the projactad route runs, with the sifnalsres of a Urge num ber of tbe ciUaana of Ifluia, Hsary and Lse counties attached. We trust that the conven tion will be well attended, and that all the points immediately and directly interested in the eon- a wtuc* Judft Douglas had *dx,vc*teJ or might her. after advocaU. it blind" for »hico Sach «vr-t the »plr»t aa.l »ub.tance ofthere- eora*r*' in JJ* truction of the road will fee wsH represents^. The Burlington Tslsgrapk cannot svoid a fling at the project, aad sarcarticaUy wishes us saach joy of our railroad alliance with Keokuk. But stranger things have happened than the build ing of this railroad weald baj and Heaven and Earth hwe been moved far the accomplishment of many an enterprise that aever began lo pay, as this inevitably weald. A Southern lilrotul, w w# have before urged is a great desideratum with us, and indeed with all Iowa, and every effort should be made to build it —Jtfas. E*q. A SKETCH or TB* A w i RAVAGES cr CaoLiaA.—A late arrival from Bermuda, shows that 0 j10|era WM Influence, (I conjure you to believe me, Barbadoes. The number of deatiis from fellow-citizens,) ihe jealously of free this diseai had, on the 10th ultimo, reaeh peopie night to be constantly awake. It tbe fearful number of 15,000! one is oue of the most bancfu! toes of a Re- 'ua^ I hope we may find tome mean# iii fa-1 ever. Of the troops, 262 had died.— 1 he commercial, or in 8C«nes may be attempted. I an ocean of fire betwixt uyiiijjig dreadful ravages in lbe t1em,c eatira po^ulotion! The epi- TEMFESAXCC Novi.f These names are lobe withdrawn, lrovidcd any political party nominate unusally good temperance men. Bevrtre oi Them. There are three kinds of political edi tors, of whom the people should beware. 1st. Editors who hold either a Feder raJ or State office. 2d. Editors wl»o arc known to be hired o sustain the action of somo particular politician. 3d. Editors wlio are either holding nn elective office, or are constantly seeking one. The lint dais witt deceive the people whenever the interest of the administra tion tmner which they hold their appoint, ment seems to require it. The second class will do so lor the in terests of their patron or master. Tkm IS the main stipulation in the contract. The third class labor solely for them selves, and will sacrifice the people or the interests of the country whenever they lie in their way to power ami place. Beware of them all—neither ds»n can be tnuted-— Chicago Dem. Prut. f® FACT.—On tha occaetoa ot a rcecat dis trlbatioae? prixa* atone of tbe p«ibii« schools of Beuth Bastoa. all the boys who received medals were noticed to have red hair. It was, however deemed perfectly proper, ae being as iadiratioa that the by» ware deeply read. 80^Maj. p. L. Wood, a democrat and local af«*t for Clevlaud, Ohio, has been turned out of office for being sus pected of being a Know-nothing, and a man named Stephenson,Erglishman, has been appointed in his place. STCM rtc i man's ca|M-» HRRWHAR.—A iMtmiCE. IV Mr* Jokm Garrow, Sir was stth puisuig its relentless then with a with Hmc- the bwt ^aattt course, and was as virulent deadly us ATIOXS. New yorb Temperance Alliance have iaade their nominations for city officers at the fail election, as follows: For Mayoi, Charles C. Leigh for Recorder, Horace Dressee for City Judge S. H. Stuart for District Attorney, Chauncey Schaffer for Register, George W. Ribiet for Surrogate, A. Bradford for Coiumissioiicr ot Streets and Lamps, James W. Bush for Governor of Alms house, Anson G. Phelps. 0,1 u,e 1^4J*nd Pint STAT*%—• A letter from Havanna, dated June 12th, quoted in the New York Tribuue, says: —"The misery in the States of the Pope ia extreme. Last year the harvest and the vintage failed, and now they would sell themselves for a piece of bread.— Mothers and even lathers soil their daught ters at the teivJeresi age, even of ten or twelve years and there is among the poor suffering creafures universal corrup tion. Tbe price of a piece of bread has risen frein thre*f to si* fold, and that ol the commonest wine (here a neceaaary of life and used by all) three times or more. When I go to take my breakfast at the coffee-house, where, even at these high prices, I still have an excellent mug of coffee, milk, sugar, two rolls, and two boiled eggs, napkins' etc., in the beat coffee-house, for 9 cents ~4}d" I ha?e seen little children, miserable women, and even eld mf n, puce evidently in bet ter rr«uraatances,and educated,too,come and U an by the door, look wishfully in, and humbly wait for you to see their mis ery, or beg you, for the sake of the Blessed Mary, to relieve their hunger! The people generally do not get one-third of what they want to eat. Meantime they abstain 72 cardinals or a good por tion of this college, idle and useless prin ces. besides a host of priests that eat up the land, and a good round number of their own good-for-nothing soldiery.— Then it requires more than 10,000 French soldiers to keep the capital, eternal Rome, in order, and the Pope from running away, or being massacred, aud at least 10,000 Austriana for the uorth in Bo logna, Ancona, Forli, Foenza, ect.— What a picture! And yet it is not exag gerated, but underdrawn meantime the nobility are also sinkiug, for the law of primogeniture has been abolished, and the estates are divided, aad I can see nothing before tbe Papal States but universal decay( misery and downfall.** Jay ef o«ag ti the Owfc of the DUthcrCoun tilf •wOtftar eeantjr aaf State of Iowa. U?'aci •r W«ne Spteer, claiming of you th« ®1 tsfess,, i*teriMi aad coats paid by said »euun« ?.FSe11!hrT?nJ7,«,B b,rk No inlai ami In said coonty. »«i,l ng tl said lot for the year A. I). i«/,i an .V *nd returned endorsed by°'th! sheriff defeadeat uot found aod at tiiJii Una of said MarL was soatiaaed wiu. It for pablicatioa. Said petitioner further 4ek, feractoM year aqeltjr of redemption .Td i o y o u s e s a a o e n k n ever te redeem saU lot la accordance ,v sutatee In euchcaee made aad prov.dt d. a a,i tl have the deed given him by the treasurer ofl£ couato la thaaome of the but* of iow, 0ufl?« ed ana made absolute by a decree of ?h* and unleseyou appear oa or before the i5thd«. ^l'u ®*ke defease to said -Uim ds fault will be euteied against vOU and judKm.nt rendered taereon, aad the arayer of aa,a *u tioaet granted. J. w. CATTEl n3»«w-S$ XXfk of Diitria Cwft Z«egal Notice. STATE OF IOWA, CICAa C0UNTT. To Charles S. Ovett—-You are hereby nutiAad that on the 28th day of October 4 T\ 18"3, there was filet in the afire of thr ierk of the District court, within and for th* C0UIltv of Cedar and State of Iowa, the petition of flavia Huff, claiming of you the sum of one hundred ani sixteen dollars, due her on a proa I^-wry note, executed by you to her for the SBBV of one hundred and three dollar?, payable two yeais after date, with «.x per cent interest from date, and dated Tipton, March 8th' A. I). 1«5J, and that a writ of attachment wa« sued there on, aad Charles 8wo!!and was Ranirshccd ai debtor to vou, and that notice in&ai.f uu- was is»Q«d and returned nnt found at the Inst Mi* Term of *aid court.and an order of puhlicatlo® was made and the cause continued. Now, «n less you appear and answer, plead or demut thereto, on or before the 1st day of the ne*t Term of said court, to wit, the 2V*h dsy of Sep temher next, a default wili ha taken therein, and judgement will be readarad azsitist y, eiaimed by said petition, and furflier that said plaintitr will inrtve at the next Terui of said court for judgement agnin.it Faid Charles Swet laitd as garneshee herein, ami that vha?«ver is msde svailM#4n tha judentnent so obtains against said w.!l be applied Ihe satisfaction the iudgeinent therein obtain ed against yoa. JOHN W. CATI ELL. CLKaa Dis'r COCST. John Hubar, att'y for petitioner. Aagust 16th, A. D. 1854. r,28-4w$5 THB KAIL ROAD TAX Public notice is hercbr piven to ail persons who have not paid their fLut Itoad tax ftf 1SA3. that If the same is not paid on or Iteforc the 15th day of Aufln?t, the undersigned treasurer of r». •iar countv wili proceed U collect tin pame hy process of law. J. C. BKTTS, Treasuier ct lar conatj ft" All persons who have not paid fur lauds purrhaacd at tax w»le will please come forward aad pay up. £JJL. ESTRAY HORSE. TAKEN UP by Joha F. Cole, in Pioneer township, Picayune Grove, a yellow bay horse, with one whit* hind foot, leh ftrre foot white, a few white hairs in hin forehead, aad about IS hand* high. u31 ESTRA 1 HORSE. TAKEN UP by Samuel Long, jr,» in A Ttptoa. on the 35th dsy of August, MM, a large hay hone, nine or tea jrear* old, li.tieen haads high, black mane and tail, su Idle and ru! Iar mark*—saddle and bridle oa whi n ken -J Appraised at W0 tofore R. M. l.on?. K«»|. J. W. CATTEl#^ Aag. 2f\ 1.H14. n40-Jus County dark LIME, LIME. Tl» an lcr»,gned are now burning Line their kiln -a euar river, two tnile* abo\e lioch C»ter, aad arc pr*par«d to *apply all who favor iV, with I 'mc 011 "f the n!l'^ people were panic-stricken, aad tbe fiENT. PLE.WH WSLI TP T®fHE C4W. WFITt of fulfermg, desolation aoJ death rpHE SUBSCRIBER Imv.ng sold hi* were indeed appalling. A pstahli.-iimcnt, i« now M'tUinp up his *u*. s«i Those indebted to him by note or bo -k The SMI account will plt-a^e be re**ona*)'*'term*. J. M.4 IXCASMIEB. oall and settle up without ti- lay. nMtf W. I_ M(K)X. July twentieth, 1&S4. XROIUGE AND COMMISSION. snttwrawn rrointheabove braacTof XI buainesa—other houses are exclusively tha busineea aad we wish to cvuhat our attention entin ly to the sale ot We waald be pleaeea to have our frkuds call aad examitie ear s?-uck, which v, at all times fail, aad wilt be sold chenp. JOflNl.EMF 4 CO. Maaeatiae, Julj 10,1854. THIS woaldheproph- •t» down South, said lately, io oaeofhis ser aioas, that he «waa sent ta radaeas the world, and all things therein." Whereupon a native palled out two five dollar bills oe a broken hank aad aakad Mm to fork over the specie for them Aaoci| atheahigh aaoadiBg Utlee tbe Kirif cf Ave has that si *Uea at tweatyfoor nm beafcs.'* TVeftaeito aa if he had prepared hisH ee* lor a leaa vwtsa. Aad female once upau a tfaae taverea. Their awkward the atteatiaa ef eae of the faaily, whe eoaaaenced a eeaestsatioa with the fsaaale by ieqoiriag hew far ahe had traveled that day. saclaimed Ihe atiaafw aoiiahal "•dleseattv, *we did'nt tra^ tl1 ri#» tf Bisrater's Tlsttoc. DUBUC NOTICE is Hereby Given, to ail persons knowing thenmivsa to be in dett»d t. K. X. Tajlor, decfsaeit, bouk-ai i eiUicr onnt, or by note fftt t'rwi«w, ed ha* been appointed that tlie anderai^n Kxecutor af aald estate, and sach debtors are rvqaeated to eaJl Also, ail pornon* and s* Ulr htvin^ claims aaipst WOULD aald es tate 'ue r*«4uisted to flic the same with me *. aoon a.i convenient H. C. I'l ATT, Rseoutor estate E. N. Taylor, d#C'd. pt. i I»o40_ AUSTIN PAA80NS~ S\!»lM.fc AK1 11AICVK.SS MAK£iL lake this opportunity at inttrwiin his 'J.idiiks to the citizens of vicinity, for p*r,t favors Tiptoe and and patronage and to itifoi Hi ihem tit»t be h- Attll pusltin:* al .n« the almve busmen* in ti is place and is now over Shaw *. Uaglevt tore where h»* kep« innstanUy on hand located in ly occupied by the room former W.'H. TattiHI as a I^w Offce Harassi, Bridles, (AlUtra* he. and all other articles pertaining to his baaine** which sen be bad ready made or saadels *r lar. Give bun a call. Upton. Nov 26th,lft33. a3tf. THORJTS MILL. TORONTO, CLINTON CO., IOWA is one of the largest aftd-fcwet eenatrue teU Water Mill* in the fttat*. Outota frind inf done at all tines. Proprietor is Ming ap a CsN- &•( Msicrktsae. and will, ia the apriar, h« prepared ta^de baainasa. QEOROE TIOIK, Toroata, CBaton county, Iowa a a. avaia.) (r. arsin. WHOLBSALB A B.BTAIL Fifiitire tad Chad Wl imvits the wtttnHm tf lAs eitiuns of Tifton, and Cedar tomdy trnmmtrul, to our assortment of futniiwrt, diaxrt and matresses, con$i*m£ of wry article gen erally called for i| our lime. We have tome twenty aijjkremt tfjde* af chairs, t»a ryimg in prices from tl 60 to $40 dolt, per sett Rocking, ml from 91 60 to fSJO Bnreaus plain mmd fomtm from tl* to $40, Bedstead* from 92 50 to S20 a piece. In %hort, ire Manic you for your liberal patronage thus far, *md imvm all in want of articles in our Itm to gim US call ond we shall strive to suit you price and style. We warrant emery article to be as reorestmled. Wart Room Door east tht Bank, tcatimt Iowa. A I A E S 0» USCOJTD m., JMtoeee PERM Yaoi MOCK ISLAND ftnito, BaveayeH, Isw* WE keep consUntly on haul a hurge »appl of Carriaffaa aad Bagti** °f K** tern llsnafkctory, aale ef the beatTreaaad tisn her that Hew Kaglsai caa fhraUh. Mr* We alao have a supply of aplendid stule aad double haraeaa, at tbe KKHMMTURY. t.9epte«Ur ?. !§M. ete^ia OWUIK Co.