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if r,i : 1 1 vil J 4 8 11 1 RICHMOND PALLADIUM. Mr. Giddings said this resolation was j The Richmnd Ga Wrk. thrown into the House without consulting The City Gas Works are completed, and those voting for Mr. Banks, bj whom he our citi2ens re BOV .cjoyin? dvan woula stand until h couid tee m chance to . t .v - . . i- e. TOtefora better mar,. ; Uge. of thi. ecenomical and beautiful light. Mr. Mace said that the fault of the House Tbe S3 WM- for th rs time, 1t into the rYl n t ri T ii n . . . . C . . . . V .. I . . I r I r. rt tm irk a .1 (Lw liti.ti. ll'.Kt . Anti-ebrakaites. who have a maioniy ard ed to test its oualitv. hut owiau- to the ex- Thursday -Moraiar, : : January 2lt 1856. 'extaturday at Ccnterrilie! n coiled the Republican Meeting at Cen-' :-ayi:l,on Saturday m,xt. and if you can ps- can any day effect the election of a Speaker if trtm, cold which foUowed ther0 .o.v attend, no so. jow is the lime to ef-, they surrender their personal differences. . , - . . . not 40 ytars hence effect for Richmond? Let those who survive that period mark the re sult. WHAT IS GAS? AND EOT IS II MJDL? There are three elementary substances which enter into the composition of almost all animal and vegetable bodies, namely, car bon, oxygen and hydrogen. 'Hold of "The time that should be spent in the leg islation of the country is being waited!" 1 "The Democrats are in a minority and are powerless in the House. The outra geous conduct of tie, opposition to the Demo cratic party in the House, wi; h a large nuij r ity, io not organizing the House and going to' FUOJl KA-AS. dve- fcrihe Presidency ae ! V ! oiai&a:ite; Convention. On the 221 uk, a convention was held Lawrence, to noninae candidates for oi for the future State. a ixv . ig gvn.scs;en were no lor the at aus others; to be restic eveaiber n.ite work. Tliev are M'lflv rt- : ct a v trough organization of the Anti N'ehraska sen!imer.t of Old Wayne, and unite the opponents of the present slavery -exten- f i .i l.-r.:niitrat:on. It i expected that every ;v-.-rna will do his duty! I.IMTORIAI. CORRESPONDED CK. Washincios, Jak. 12, 1856. There aro yet no inJicatioas of the election ,: ;t Speaker. Every coaceivahl eiTirt seems !: Inve been made ti reconcile conflicting !rt U-s and members f those parties, but all f i!:-d. On Wednesday la-st, it was de- rr.-i i -i to hold a continued session until a ' a kcr thouldi be elected. A democratic Mr. Purvianre aid he did not aree with w" um ' BaPP'7 ""Msnea Consumers nnui j the sentiments advanced by Mr. Mace, and tba evening of the 17th, when all who had j attributed the failure to organize to tlie dem- fixtures for the purpose, wers brilliantly light- , OCratS. ; .A Un. Th niAr I i Br Ami unnnnitui fon- , M'- Sf anJ Mr- Washburn, of Maine. nected wilh ,be works bei now in compiete thought tbat the introducUon of the resola-! , , . , , . tion was ill timed and mischievous. i order' there wul 1101 fr'jbab!J aD7 ,nter-( Other gen!lemen explaiaed their Positions; ruption in the supply hereafter. ! among them Mr. Campbell, of Ohio, who said The introduction f this useful and bighly ; uis name nai o-n uea ty Mr. itioringtun ornamental improvement into our citr, forms in the atmosphere which we breatho. Wrh- "uuoui i:is k now ledi'e tr auinri!v. arifl thai j . : .i . . . . r n f in r in I vnnwnrn fnrffr nr n rr c nji nrr oul n l n 1 11 ihh Hir. -ivrr hi. m 1 " - . - - . k - . n - r tarbon, in its purs state, is the material of .i a j . u - , , ,, ,., ,, ..... . . , i edstealuy m a body t.r their owacaaJidaie. which diamond is composed. Sxt, Linip- JtertoTtian. black and charcoal are impure carbon. A!- fcrOh. ve.! tim,- bst m.aer s.juiader though carbon in its separate state i, visible, -ed ou'rageu. conduct, atid so 'ou'.'. What yet when it is combined with oxygen, or wiib a shame a crying in it is to be so wasteful hydrogen it becomes an invisible gas. Gas so extravagant' to be sure it is' is only bother name for air. -Oae would think fr,m th above that our vxygen is a gas, ana is id vital principle nei 'hb W. J. U.-bt-::-. Na yt. W. P,-?..V;iy. Xat:onil -a:e. P. 0. kr. A. Wal.tT.lJ, k!v anxious for the dec- atcr, ii" U i.hstan ding the v!d o'el s:-.a ii!v in a b-xJv for ate!" But in the sam col- Hydrogen is also a gas, and is the Hi. .eisel t call thtn. iu nt .'J. R--b: was t-xtr tion it a i under r rircnmstatwoc U'jnvr w,.r!t K r r y i uuers Lae throw any obstacle in th way of an orgaoi- ana aeserre more tlima mere P81D? D-; woua ""aia-y perisu; hence oxygen has their own cand zatKm. tice. it anoras to a stranger, one ot the; cen cauea ruuttur. unout oxygen, all ' umn, and jut above hU compNiuts about th The resolution was then rejected yeas 50, surest iadicalisns of our progress in popula- i our fires would go out; hence it is called a 'm'-jW,v,inr',.i' , . ..i i r navs 15?. i.u i i mi j i c. ,i,.,ci;., t . lion, nr&iiii bdu nieryrist-, auu wui huu w ""I'witi u -u. ; ,,ana , . , " -?-.7' '-; j- ' . s the numerous inducements which wo preri the Hon. Daniel Mace, of Indiana, the tirak-: ... . i.-islMl been hld on the previous evening; rof the ILue. ously possessed, for others to scale amongst us. wi.ic'i a resolution was passed, declaring! A discussion then arose, in which several! The project of lighting our city with gas, .hu. th-v would Tote a 'ainst all motions to eT'ntJenien took part, inlcuding Mr. Dwnn, ! we believe, was first started by our fellow- w ' nn TrUiLT i'X t-t .r Fk - n o t Ifi r. v f T-v -mw- i . y s i !1 an election was had. The lie- " ' :IT. V :i , .:cit,len "0st'p- now wtary oi the. iccuiui;'! u, tuuse wno nave iretu touul' iur r.' , , , , imofct to a man voted with them. I Mr IWls company. Early last spnng, he took the i :.e session continued from 12 o'clock on! Mr. Bren'on. having been appealed lo by I ' " hMd.sad although at first it was presence of oxygen it is rery mflammaMe. V.'. J .i!av until Thursday niomis -r about Air. lJunn, sai.I that when Air. Campbell with-, not legaraea Witn much tavur by our Jeading l r.ese tnree elements, carbon, oxvgen and t,l i-. i:i.rt- f i!.- ., .... ..ii , ... " .'.clock, without effecting anv cA w a eauuiuaie ior opeaser, ne , citirens, yet n perseverea in Ins etlorts, and , nyarogen nave a remarkable tendency t F..r (foerr.vr .' he an; r or Lieu:, li '.t'.'Ilal I)e;;l u nit. F r ti:!grc. Dei:l r:it. 1's-r 5s. cretary .f .x:e. lU-publioan. rr St.iv Trcasuter J. Free 5.ii Wh j. l--r J udg,- of Supreme lurf. S l. i'i. National Whig; W. in;vcy. Free 5x.il Ui-m-oc:at: Mortis Hunt. W . i r t'i? rk of S -ivrt'iiie CVurt. S. 15. r!-'vd. i ici- S:1 Dv.imcr:il. litporter of Court. Thrus'.eti, iK-ma.-r&t-k- lii'puhlican. Cvi. Laue contested with Robinson it r the ice oi Governor, but at the lat l. it 153. A. P. STONE. f Ohio. J. Z. GOODRICH. ..fMw David wiLMox. , rr,..P l.WKTEiiR.U.ARD,;v irii i . . - 'Tls U.UA.M A 1IITK. r me -is .uee'irg st t cery-V ou .-a.ur. ity nex., wui tdke u,i I.:mj a-; S s-.'ii-l deirgntcS - .'sv e-: . Noth."-- J! to 'fW,s. RiVter i3 -ke .. a; 4 i.est orir iiiizirt:' the H..ii, J... f!n.?s f,.i'- Xf, BnKclQn..-. 1. n . u- 1 .. ' i . , . . . ' . . . .- ! . . . . ur.. e.a..een Utues i llu ow.iv lr v.. i n t :.r ti nsoti. The ! 'i tji lighter than the air we breathe. On account of its levity, it is.used for filling balloons. Animals cannot live in i'; and a lighted can dle would be extinguished by it. Yei in the ' .-'clock, 'without effecting any good what ' ?'JW',U "smf M candidate for Speaker, he j citirens, yet he perse v ft t r ,- , ., (Mr. Brenton was ar,firoached by some of the finallv succeeded in .:r. I he House adjourned over until Fri. fr;nds of Mr. Banksf who requested him to ! 7 . ? , . ing Air. Leiter, netgt.bor, rath ouoway lor voting tor the resolution declar- Speakvr. The fact is. our r th.i.i see a Republican el, -c- ted to that office vvould u- doubt prefer hav i;ig the wheels ui the (iovenini n: stup K,r waai o: fva-e. ;.vcrv oe vet Lis I 'em. c;-i..s i-ave tr : ra'.her used ui. C 1. Lane. vrh. ei.leii lv felt biilr lvavr Cotiveiition ur-etl the Free port ii.e n .lainees. l'iii C'.-l. Lane is the veritable J. II. Li; in.' Lieu;. Govern .n start in t! e rig:.t ro.id. for a pv- 'i iuM.;u.;.'n, an.i w;ia ft gi.t c those wh-. a;? at ""'v.-ry K.wni."i t-f!i -h-ai.i;r.:M, of all ;h elements,, the preset; eom:t Jilii;i.!.:!; Will be 'a-i-y cK-ce-r.'.r'iishei. lesson liVHsi tear or-nonetsts in n rvi sj-.n 1 :hv;r i!ai0 a id r;i. it. itniv u thetr aa r!f ' j a-. f c'-.ar: t. ..oi i t 'B i , . evii. ji i 1 -I IS ... ..... ,!r(i : If ? .': i'y. It , ! e V "3 I ttN were -e w. ei very weii and iu a speech before ti e -'ate pntty U-sup- .veti by Mr. II. t ,r Sp, akor, i . . - .,;.uua:i;iu ;u!:ij. rvc .oti.'i en sn ..i'. r tree.loiu vote for somebody else, until an appoin '.(ii , ...:eu m iQwjmLiuu v, R.s iutrouHctsu raoinir. o iii tit iJiially, upon ail the candidates for Spea- .Cf tletine their position upon such tjties-, :t ins as might be propounded to them. Most, of li.e day was ftpeit in discussing the pro-1 ;,iuy of passiog said restotioD. I voted .t. the resolutio simply because it was j !,.,?!it,l 1,1 r.nen iirt a wiilnr fhl of Ii!,te ..i.f,...nAt;1.i,!. ....... .ti. first, and shughter them afierwards. . . t .j. t ' i '4 a4a v ii rj (i b u lata, . thcr raising the requisite combine with each other. Oxygen uni ed to j against slavery, as enib .Jie J and represented " Congre-.. :t st tlie Nebra?k. B.ll ;t!i 1 t,.r :. nt:. . , ... c :" .r it an I Advo cate the doctrine i;t vh- eiec.i -n of U.-J. lis :ng run o il of iioine. m..i:-v. arr.l t! ' and with.erin. -'Mi t. tie , amount of stock to organize a company; soon j hydrogen forms water; the two invisible as- bv the candidates ; after which, operations were commenced.; es makiug a visble fluid. Oxygea io iombi-Anti-Nebraska uieta' ers had voted as M i.e stipported. If all th1-' time. If. Ik -.s. , m T Tl . , :. "1 t t Mr. i enrungxon sara mat a ser.etne naa i ao ir. s. exerKons la tlie matter, more: uon wiku caroon, lorms carbonic acid, a : Hollowav has '.fit' rm'y dot-o t'uu tc-s been projected to run htm up for Speaker to j perhaps than any other one persoo. are we! hi7 poisonous gas when inhaled into theiwouU h'ix c b -eu or 'Ji w! C' 1 1 f. 7 X a I t 1 f 1 T . . . . t X. k 1 ! rvi nL.i I I J .. I ly protested. 1 " a. x lummer. me eiucien i resi- ( varuureueu nyangn, ana tins is the he has U'ider 'one in eu:n r ,,p his tctv mr. junn sai-i, to ue a lioruely phrase, like ' ucu' "iucu creun is uue lor iiis gooti juag the peopb- of the West, they fatten their hogs ment and prompt actun io directing the af- rrumaiit of a bad oLaractrr, 1 went to Kan sa a- .ui advetituror nu t attempted to ride otto . ;ii-.-e und, r ui.ierent colors, lie howev er wa an adui t.isira'.tou liia.i and s'ichkI in the Conveii'ioii as u Nation. 1 Democrat so avowed, but I " was known and doomed, lie i!n". i,ed his dishonesty and hav in.-hrr.twif IlC fur- turlJlf tlip rnmrin William T ....... . . ,.,..4. .11. - ' . Aivai,- ij.t tuber would know any thine more about vr, V. JL ; urer, and Robert Morrison, and Charles Col- l.j opinions of the candidates than they did I Mr. Cumback withdrew bis resolution, ,ier -D-rctor8 deserve praise for timely per ,uiri and members would present them- when the House proccded to vote svain for ' ol services and pecuuiarv add. .;ives fccfare their eonntitueaU in the seeming ...!- t' I A . . u.u.ie oi r.avin tow-h ior i:cir re.pocuve A ' ' i x ii'; air .a 1 vr,sa:u, a-s "rJ Utbl tli3l s mat iuanu.acvureu ai me gas w-.-rks or . yy.ful criticism ah .at the resolution burning in our bouses. This is the gas which ; "hold on." adopted a: Richmond, aad is formed in our domestic tires, and which j "hold on" resolution Mr. II. rjted for s wneu ignuea. proauees the flame of our can-; he would have experienced no dittieultv in dies, our fire-places, Ac. Almost any animal putting "this and ih it together." Our senior. FUDsiance, when property heated, will mats re.i'K- ,.. n.-.t s,o, 1 r ae.iui-ed not! tin else, his mor..l r.ntn ai:d I : i . .cal wortu may Ik tttii H w,)it 7'i.Hit. judg-d. J Furt tid 7 . . .r.i. . ... i . -i - o t t.ii-e..iirs wuuoui knowing meir opinions. choice Mi ihe s -solution passed, however, aad U'-day Itia reported that tlj President and Cabi ..as oten pen in nearing answers trom the j Det have had ude . . 11 1 . 1 v., r a Speakerw-ifh the following result: j The works are located on the east bank of. carbureted hydrogen gas. But of all sub- tion io hold on" h- has always been -i the l.atiks oo; Kirhardscn f.O; Fuller 2; lVa-: White water, on me north side of Main t,tr.t : stances, stone coa! is found m . ,!. t'x...x.-.. r , . . . : , mngton P; scattering 5. Necessary to a ' T,:,. . , ,v, ." ! ,v: ; . - : - tg on to prmcpie, winca i. .3 o.e ,e,7 ursi tuai - f.o.-e, JU -u economical point ot view, more than can be s tid of oar neighbor iud"- . ..111 l 1 11 ! 1 ' TI. . 1 . ' J - couia nate tvoeo ee.ecieu. uesrues teing tn , i.e coai is nrsi neatea in iron vessels, until ing from his antecedents, or that can ,.,, be l.kU'act oAAaciKT 1-w.inf ( . 1 . i IV. . . V. C it ia mi. a t ..i V.I ,1- . ..1 . r consideration tlx ' v ' ,ll"c uu-'rl-1' ,ur .o., wuuira, ana a variety - said .d las favorite c-ia.!:d-te for Swakcr. for utUu-cnt asir.nts for the Speakership. Noth-! diency of spending diplomatic intercourse ! 1 esteDllsllroenW u " abundantly sup-! ot gases are formed ,by the intermixture of whom the "Democratic'' members vote to o.g new was eiicuea, except a continued uis- w;th Kngla.. 1. as :i md of resenting the re- ! 1 s F 6 wltr' ,rom . " caruon' Sn, nyarogen, sulphur, "steadily," ju -raer t.na contasio-. A eluvalrtc sea of the j fUs,I f ,: o0vernvieot to do ours justice in I aJJacenl "P""- m u,e cosu- Ail lt'ese gs are made to p.ass tract from a s .-ou'.!i ta.ked about "pitching into" a gentle-j the Central American question; and it is fur-' contraot tor erecting the works and! i&rough water in which much impurity is dc- uau from Missouri, for a little plwa-antn . ther said, that in consideration of the unor- hin "ne mil ot T'i'. was to Charles posited. They then pass through other pir- s oat n blood was spilt, and we hope will not 1 ganized eta c of (,'on-rvss the President j8 I CoIIit'r' of Lfajt. t W 1G,000. In its ; and enter a vessel where they are more etb-ct- yjn iiionaay, u is suppo.setl ti.o House! disposed to lake charge of the who!., m.-w pwsecutioa r. v.. uisjuayea great energy,; asueu. inence they pass into a series There is no immediate danger, and it k to be ! tQdtr7 "d kHI'. '"S jb within of tad. perpendicular tubes, in which the gas is hoped that Mr. Pierce will nrudentlr refrain ! ,W! UnW ,,olrea K,m' H"U " uu'ami" 'gbJy wa'7 vaP' the gases .. cot j t viil meet and talk and vote perhaps, aod i ijearn again; and soon iu deffinitely. ! ' Ti.u state of affairs in Kansas demands ati ' eiiily organization, in the hope that something , could be done to protect the citizens fro u the murderous outrages which have been and ! are being perpretrated against them by the . o:ite 1 iiiobj of Missouri. We hope the rea- o rh..s observed the cold and heartless allu- 1 ing f.-ora the following ex- pcecli made bv Juchardsou in IV.30: "The territories." said he, "are free n a;id will forever re main fiee; they are fre- by the law of nature: they nr? free by the law Jf . nations, they will remain free from causes to which I Itave already rcfenel. This should from all ukia tw asures. The Caucus last night renominated Mr. Banks. satisfactory to all concerned. densed, as well as the tar from the coal. i-:f.- ill my judgment. Cit!irrpiBj. VVAcsurKttTov, Jn. 2 Ioe.ee moved tlte lhe.wiiij pie who are opnosed Af- Io the extansion of slavery." And a am- "T We understand that about 75 service pipes ter this the gases are passed through prepared do not and can not believe, that our Cvnatitu- have been laid and eojne 20 or 30 more en"a- j lime, in order to divest them still further of t'on carres anft rc(ects slavery, trrej t in gaged by Consumers. The city council has 1 useless ingredients, but especially of sulphur : 'f'' "r d( MUie tf"lt it f turners intend- erected 5 public lamps on Main street, and -d its combination,. It is now cariil kiit- tuve"it uiasurmtTfur far ZtfaZ nit contemplate increasing the number in a short T htdko;kx gas, and is ready to be nu-as- purostt." i time. The Gas company expect also to extend tired in an ingeniously constructed apparatus, I HE "Old Li.e" L ' ! the pipes as soon as it can command the re- ; with revolving machinery inside an 1 then! - "f L ,JE . ,EC t.. a- x i i . .. , pity that our Contoution-r t.r qi tana. Bsir-to te passed on into the gas holder, a lare - , , ITofse Vr antnie ana r-o ution- ii . . -i .... . .. . n,.,.L ia .v. ..r...'-. : !.- i... mrn-us, our re miei.s oiia t.reet Untuui are ...... ...... v., uy me; the most threatenia- character, ii.d.catiatr that ) sesi.iint in his annual message. The fid-! may be upon the eve of startling events, atid tll"-'-6-. '"', iirmlo be passed on into the gas holder, .;ug wuti aero was commendable in com-; u is me imperanve rtuty of the lloase rtf"- as gas is comparatively a new thing with' slu-e: iron vessel, floating in a cistern of wa- '.-tison with it. All recollect with what Zlr"L ; ' u"1 . most of our readers, we have thought it would ter. i:h its mouth d. . ; jo ."i., iuiiiu it uy oruunuijr, ii possi- , . . . . . pi-omptituJe, during the session of Congress 1 ble, on such a ba-is as will give jeace to our di- i terestiog just at this time, to give a brief t U wuuout one word beiB" said to that bod v ' "', ivUim,,a;me ino present an uuui- nisiory oi its lniroauotien, its chemical com- ' viiiHii irfii;i r i i.ai r;imnwtn mmmmwr i h....,i. La President ordered the army to invade a ?,,,,; t',, J.. Jlf' X.,..!', .o P'-slt'on "d mode of manufacture; which facts t oreigu country to evenge the fancied wrongs ' this House mate in a sincere effort to eject a Soeak- j 1v been politely furnihed us by the Presi- lownward. From this it is pressed into the pipes leading from the works to our houses. Now. going back again to the red-hot ves sels into which the coal is thrown to form this tfie aire that the candida'e for this ,,m shoul l be, before he could be eligible, had not placed it at 25 year instead of 'JO: ilu n. V.'iisTox, Jan. If.. Tu tie Miisoitri JDtinoi-rtsi: A a extra froia the J'ioheer, at Kiekat .o, dated at eight o'clock this morning ..rs "thai a battle took place list nii'ht at Kn-toti. about 12 o'clock, between the Ah li:i.nws and pro Slavry nu n the former making lhe a'tnek; on,; Pio.Saery man, named lok, was kill ed, a': 1 sfveml w.hmi W; several Aboiiioniis were killed a t 1 Woitn led. Also, that the Ab t 'aii oti eorrp:tT'y frcei Lawrenoe wn on the L't v.;:, 1, comtn iiideil bv one 1' "vo, wh com menced the fight, an ! is said to be virgin them on to the nets ,.f ;..bnee. The K" ka p o Rangers were tr- -u-'ht to arms. ar. .1 a large number of pei-tis w.-ul 1 leave that place for the seat of wtr in about rwen'v ro'i-uti-s. tu, h tit lei"-' is the aetvin' of i's ori- :;in given by the Pioneer. Ai!ownr.-vsh-m:d bar insulation of Sl it try will be permitted fo be male for itt. partiz-tn zeal, in taking iu say CjriUIie it.-lf within the limits of the Sta' ri. , , i. i . . . t .where it is cherished and nourished subit-ct i ho cx'ra d clares th:tt tlie war litis airm . U"J commt need. and is an intlamitory anpe .f to to their own control, and lft wherts the Con- the people to rally at once. I think a erious stitutiou leaves it and where the lathers of difficulty has occurred, growing out of the the Republic designed to leave it subj , Freeaoil election the other day. and regard however, to be abrogated whenever "ih.-y this ns hut another mode to tret un a ctvtl war . , . , , . in Kansas. It is the last desperate game of UluU-!" Pri'Per- "Ihus f'r UU the Atchisonites. and no farther" was the doctrine written We copy the above, of which we have al- and taught rears ago by the fathers, and the makers, in designa- ready had lhe sub-lance by telegraph, from Republican- td this dav hv resolved tr, cr. the St. Louts Democrat. A sub-eunent re- , , . . ; .! . . m,s leactiings ot w;s- SUteiV tae irieaas of i -e. d .-m c in d the saai-3 with a tn v. e be i t gOJ J n i'l. being actuated by a sK-o.e desire to stay the progress of w.- ,a.g vi I uu:r.i;:j ne ; put a stop to the propagation of so ble-htin a policy. Let the peor'e t . c::ier aal sad tlw right Li 1 1 t-f ; t ; c juc uj.i t i itisbarsr consult ., , 'erott t.-.c Ih-t tncaus for forming a union of ,a!l the oj to.ieifs of the SI t cry Ex'.ensi.. ' Aant5iistra:;-..ti ot I tce, and suie and cer ; tain victory will crom n their eOorts. The next PiesilentUl election will he tio chill's play;i; iaolves no less a tpuestUa tiua whether freedom or slavery shall le naricn. ahzed. If Lhe a.aiy of the li.ilistii.es pr. va .1, who i. re oTieer.d by Pierce and his min ioiis. Siivery wiij take its stand as a .Yit,J . institution, wiJ leave to spread its Upas ia lluances throjghout oar laud, with.out ht er htnlerauce. Not only ia our Territori ?s, hut even in the S a'cs, il thus nationalized, cu it be planted if the people have the right, r-gardie-s of ordinances and comjmcls, to sy what i-'licy shall prevail wilhio their resivf. tive borders. No State or no Territory is s -.;f fr .e. i its ; oioduction and propagalion, if " in t". r sovereignty" is slrktlr carried ou; t the ktter aal snirlt of Litis new do 'tn - - - oa the other v icionous, tne i'ltt rprot.. I by its friends. If, t'.e army of Isiral pr,'e- we h .;e and ti ust will b hand, whir! CSv.'. I ret..! an will be rti'lunlizcd. and the "pi tenant. What a d f Si: h hich were said to exist in the south, and '. er' ' , wl" 'lJlre8ent eas of uce fwr j de tof the company: gs. we shall find nothing left in them but a " onrseivps arm tprt w.i ih.ut,nni,.i, i j.. i. . .... .... !.,,, ,.r i,. i!..i , i.., . Stephens hoped the eentlemari worl.l Kl uu,g"' u' AU ' ' ' w nlc S drawn i... rs.. I rua u n ) , I. t . ,1... .... ... . 1 , 1 . , 1 i- , , :wu.i. ..... vuv ",n.J lyfL IUC 311 IUIIT i ni.li nuat not zoai no proclaimed trie Mr anions lie, that "American blood had been ! permitted to state the facts npoa which he made I About the year 1737, Dr Clayton of Lon- oul f the vessels, and fresh coal thrown trie unnttiiiieeiiiet.t that we were oa the eve of a ! don. ascertained bv numerous experiments to continue the eas m.ikino- process Wixr. if it hit., an ht. L-r.fM L..flil..- K.... :. . . . or i ed upon American soil." aad called upon! oiigicss to encourage the wrong. But our .a citizens, high minded and honorable cit ?ns, in the exercise of a natural and cousti i:ioi;:il right. Me murdered by ruffian bands, i d t!;e President cnnnUJo anyth ing Co slay the ' Uoodl the perpetration of outrage aud .ei.g. How infamous is such conduct ; t blood of the lamented Raiber w .1; into the barren sand, but will arise to .vcn and cry for vengeance upon his des . yds. The great heart of the Nor.h oagitt ..c aroused, aud if the goveruu'.eat f.tiis, so titiy h.i'is to perform its duty, the friends of vico and of freedom sb.ould take the matter t.i l.ati l. aud protect the defenseless. I v.as pleased to learn, incidentally, ttiat he j . ople of I'icLrcoud have had a racciing express their opinions in regard to the slate atours in Kansas. Although I have uot ..tued anything in regard to the resolutions a h j ted at that meeting, I am confident they v .c .a the right tone and spirit. Such :aee r,'js should be held in every part of tlu i. . th. find protection demanded in respectful . Jl tcrmincd tones for Kansas. Who.i Whitfield presents bis certificate as i ,! t gate in Congress from Kansas, a mo :. a will be made to reject ii, and admit K cisr. I shall vote for the motion, and also ''or .ho Free State Constitution, as I regarl ' whole elcctioa and legislation by the Mis .u.itusas an infamous fraud. There will be stirring time here thea, but tho result C W'liot ww be told. i fort Ma'es iha" fh. rlirtieultv r.f..rrol to lei.l been greatly exH-ggerab-d. " Then- l ad b-en a d-.m. having the lasting welfare and pro-per-tiglu in which Minif were wounded, but none i;V of their couritrv isi view. Up' the. Kj- ana ui mat case, 1 oung America could have were killed. J Cm innnti (fan'te. a "lair shake," and his vaulting ambition S e make the following extract from the cjrre poudent e of the New York Post: Aid Hud oailort. It is possible by a hue and cry the dior-! At the Sth Jan. Convention, the folloty'rig. eanizers may succeed in reduciif Dr. Robin- "aid and comfort" was adminiiiered by Hon. son s vote, but they cannot beat him. The on that bituminous or stone coal, was capable of COST OF GAS. j might have been satisfied, without having to wait until leading sti ings could be safely dis pensed with! It seems, that "Col." Walker, , the nominee of our "old line" friends, is only : about 2t? years of age, and, if elected (which j we deem a very improbable circumstauce) ! grow to be permanent, and. in our present could not hold that station, as th publicans! buckle o i your armor, and prepare ; to meet this foe lo freedom at the ballot-box. John f'r, Davis, of Parka county: 1 hail effect we fear is, that the de vision may -AWm. That the m.-a-ures of the Xa- fu: ... i . . . IWiVLHI.i 1 Ml i I.' till' 111 if ft Ii tlailTbin illi. on I f w " . T IT.) . . .1 . . . ,'. -".v.. .... . .. . r, v-;f a .i .. . couiu noiiio.d mat siaiion, as me LouMiiuiioii i ...un.'u ... .,o. ..j... i.i, me resottitioa aj ,aiu in j insiiu- a i.hjjc ou:nni ot ina auimaoie ijras: " " ,u'"lu uiai me price ot L'as to ' , - , . . . I the table ' i . . j . . , .... .1 - . b requires him to have been born a few years i w Li vi . , . ,. , i but it does not appear that he appi ed it to consumers in this city, is fixed at S4 per 1000 -l ,i , ,, , 1 " jears Mr. MeMuheu m.-de an inefLetual effort to re- j , .,, . . ky ' f t , J , ' p sooner. The "Col." of course cannot help! scind tfc. resohi'ioa which ptveiudes debate. the purposes of illuminatieu ! cub,c 7 b regarded as quite d;U ac.C!,jent of bJrtl, m) mon. ,bn a j ur i rn l o r..r,. i a nut t .m tk.t.Hn ... ...-i; r t rev -11 va vhon q i : a, ti... . . , ti ti isnnan u w , . ..n .. - . . i . i . . . . e .1 - j ... .... .. .v.....ilv. uiai. bu; I - J " . jfi.-' uri tov Ul.ll.n UJ XT. iuiuni:t.'U to tUOCIiy IOTlUe d tte fir .Sjwwker wli. siiall at any time hereafter 1 Pla-n f...i..L. : . . .1. . - , str..r 1i.a .t : i- - r , r. . v.. v.,,, r ....v.. uu- the following article from the Scientifi 1!C U a . . . 1 1 l . r . j . -' ' ---'., ...w v .... it. v , v ' i tot; UUIVU o rece.ve the iii,rU-sv i.eeiher of votes fremaqtjoruw, : , . , . , f . . uct? : though less than a majority of a!l the votes polled . establishment of Lolton & V a;t, succeeded in . Joln tn ill not' bit'l be declared eutctcd: prerided, tbat the tjuk- lighting Lis house aud oflice with coal as. ! Ameri V" tcrn a5" ej , rT eruUuX iU continued bis experiments till 1802. g. have the ap'-u.uttiiojit of the taridius Uumniitift-s , . . 1 i. to the nurnhsr of the vote roioeo- rlmg lne gas ,ro retorts, passing it into in proper; so. 1 t.vfly rece he PoiiuiBeias iiiii.'.r ttr rePiution. I be rcsoletion tt aslsij on the table, and the Preseal Hmo e!y rece:.. ' V-.t no candidate whose vote shriii gas-holders, distributing it through pipes ' 3,50; New Haven, i! T' f ai I ad S it t small apertres.as at the w York, 3; Dro, no more than a "lur riuer" could: and as it is too late to al ter the Constitution to suit hi ease, he will 1UC v,0 ,i.., ;, ..... : . .1. .. . , . , . . : 11 out in tusMiu iimi instrument , .eoi suowiug toe price or jras in diCer-' , .u c 1 , ... . , T. . , 0 lor tne 11 ifene- tma ia n;e t. ni;eu states 'Boston years, Under his direction, the great imitation, in the same way he docs the "Know Nothings" for n r)r.s;i-n 1,-. lim't ti - : r.of iiiiiiiv,;., e...... 11 .... 1 ....... - vv.tiit leei, lldl 1 iru. 1 . 1 t . ' ti, jalter to a residence of "twenty-one --x, iionueiice, fo.oy; ,a , . l...c 1: ..:. Brooklyn, -3,50: Albany, S-l; .. 1 ..f . , si. T? . - . . - . sue 11111 01 ,.in . 1 loin me sijfiis 01 tilt! iior, itocucsier, ca,ot..- iiuittio, s.i 5j; . . ,. . . , , fle.se aa:n voted for Speaker, the baliet result-! Cotton Mills of Phillips and Lec. were light- Auburn (rosin,) 7; Schenectady, 84- Syra- , ' T J " " lS" ing us fohons: Ranss 91 ; Richardson 67: Fuller ; u- ,o to.,- 1 u- . i r , ' ful that he was not born at an ear her day,- CV.V.Va ..f Ohio, 5; Md Peoningtoc.Sho, i bJ o.,: and this may be j cu e $ ; Newaik.3.50; Patcrson.-,; Phila- wlien the tWa:itls f . ball9.. wr, ' .f ir; .rr,r.,. :h Considered th !rllst Jinr, lr-lfion An .T-rro I He nl.lA "Citv ,,rl-c 99 ?9 Q- Xe T : I. i . ........ t v . .. u. ; - - "i f v. si- a j . . . , t a.ivji uin !1 JjUI- 1 1 i r j 'it 1 1 , T-o,a,re iy!ots n-tre Lad. t lie hut resaltuij ; systematic scale, of this artificial li rht. In ! erties. .60: Sprintr Garden. 83.5t- M.,v.. ' . f fcUil b ,ireJ a tue aanual prectsery as tlte a.-.ve. ' . . .. , . ' - .election: . 7 . . ' l.llS ( ' : I I ) I'lll T . t 1 n O ' I . . IV neioil 1 .. criti:al state, that would be almost fatal The sounds of war are not tjuite lulled. Iti thought by many that a fight is inev itable, and will come before spring. Col. L in" has re ceived a letter from his fri-nd Gov. Wright, of Indiana, who says he has five hundred men with money and amuuition to march to our a;d should war again be menared. Governor Grime, of Iowa, is also known to sympathize with Us and will aid us. We are preparing Thee arms, which tional Administratioti.iu its foreign aad domes tic policy, are eniinendy wise and patriotic, and met our hearty approval." The Indiana Journal .-peaks of tLi endorse, tiieiit in counexioii witii n rumor prevailing at Washington that the "old line" Conva-niioii ha 1 fjttre'l to endorse tae a Iniinistration, which was said to Lave iinttoToi the Presi dent "seriou.-lj "; "What better endorsement Could Mr. Fierce ask thin that? It is at strong as so weak an administration could bear. If ths Piesident feels vei v bad urr the misintorma- ! tion of the convention Tae Ilct.?e th. a a.ljouraed. .aff The oat ksn kt.) Suudard, is responsible ! for the fo:!-?w! r: ! Coree lu miv r.:e lurre, the people sav, You pro :;?'. snarMng. quarreling set; V. a re or.iy the.;1 to t'raw your par, Atni make ih. people foet tke debt. The only news V.y mcil tha4 comes. And by en v other source we irtt'T. We ear:y careTuilr to oar homes. When we read in disgust -No Sptaieryet! this case, the illumicatiou was equal to nearly j mensing, S3. 50: Reading. $3,50; Ivan caster. mat ot s5UUU candies. i c-i; Jjaitim ore, 3; Charleston, 1; This brilliant example was soon followed1 New Orleans, 5; Galveston, 5; Mobil : a other parts of England, and more or loss on ! Nashville, 4; Memphis, 84; Louisville, $.3,50; , the continent of Europe aad in America, aL-d 1 Cincinnati. 3.50; Indianapolis, 53,75: Chi- ; bv the year 1822. iras li 'htintr in London ha,! cago. 83.50: Milwaukie. S3 SO- St T - - -t o - . - - ' - ; become the business of many public compta-I 53.50; Lexington, Kr., 84; Clevela . nies. So rapid was the increase of this busi- ! Springfield, 8 5; Day ton, 84; CViuml snd dis ributrn arms. winch are such bug-bears m the eyes of oar neighbors, will, however, riot hurt those who d." no", interfere with us. We are not now. nor have we ever been armed, except for pro- ''"n of the convention's action which reached sect! an. ! him, let him lake heart. The Indiana De- 'mocraey, that is what is l-f: of them bv th Kcptiblican Oreanizatioa. ! Nebraska Rill, do approve the acts of the ad- Relow we publish a call to the Repabli-' ministration, the lemoval of lleeder, the cans of the United States, to m-et iu aa in- Ppoinlment'of Shannon .-the bestowal of all w, . . 1,1 .7. 1 .vtlices in Kansas urioii known and prominent lormai Convention to be held at I utsbirjr, , ' , ,. 1 .u border miliaria wtiose crimes deserve the IVim., on the 22d of February next, for the penitentiary, the efforts to coerce thcseitlers j.urpose of offering an orgatiizarioa of the Re- to submission t the in., b Jaws enacted by see, in the Putnam lUnner, and that is "the in- j I-uHican party "unite all the opponents of'i-souri rowds,evry act by which the However, aside from the question of the f"133 eligibility of Mr. Walker, which has been raised, there is one thing which we regret to 1 sinua'.ion that he x-' Uii-1 drunken brawl." aud, 53, 50; bus, 8.S,5a- nets, that in ir,.lf) T..,,,?..n q'o vr,,,,.,! V .it-t-hno- :5 Me s;. L'rani;...,. ssio 1. . . ,t, . . ,. , , ,, ,. a "I he untortunate occurrence alluded to in i annually oOO.OOO tons of coal in the nianufac-: an averajje of .3,97. or 17 cents per !W0 o ...n,,,.; (jf ,iVI.lri.rr;i.,i,;, .,,0 m- ' more than the cost c-f gas t r-.-jvate consa-' apprehensioc of the (acts.' We were Present i . ... . 1 tilled a mau in Ohio in The Latayette Journal thus puts a ouiet ness to this "drunken brawl" aiiair: Slav-err Kxa nsion in the PresL't-roi.,! r-r.r,!.., administrauoii has given countenanee to the l f ., . ,, v , -p 1 , violentjo and brutality which the slave power be lore us. lie New York Tribune, makes , , , , - . , ,. . . ' has employed Lo gun a toot hoi 1 111 Ktrtsas. the following suggestions on ii.e proposed V-'li see iVxt Fall v.h.a the 7W, ,A ludia- crgan:zation : ' The following Call has be tie (JI., rman ' tare of gas; and now it has upwards of 1,500 cf the Republican Cent!' id w ii! dot. " ..eu.n.i no.oc;es ir.r pas- 01 main pipes, ana more man ball a million "ter? .a vasr.mgton city, which is 53 SO and on me occasion, ana aitnougti not personally f tift'lZ f WeS iQ the y W bJ l , 47 CeDlS y the government, I ilf h circumstances, are vet deracirtaiasi.boratedfro.theirmether. Iu 1 843, there were ia the Unied Kingdom ! city hotels. tVc." J Z.- If the lecislatare slw-uid pes3 this l.w and Jalse ?"5 distinct gas establishments, consuming i g--on ot pure f t erm oil produces light wa, neaceahar a'ten!;n-r n,l wh 1.. w.. i Rat Perkins was on the scprerce brench ia Kenttiekv. about 1.125.000 tons of coal, and yielding! 4ua' to 217 cubic fetof coa! gas; a gallon ol i in tlie most unprovoked aad brutal manner. 1 .. . .. . - i ... 1 ... 1 : , 1 .... . .t ,..11 , , .. 1 vtiiatc on proauees iignt equal to 175 cubic j assaai-ea oy coupie 01 orunitea policemen, 5 one ot them knot-king h.ra down With a blud geon, and the o her jumping ne t-oa.a uec.are it to oe urc -,nsu;uuoiiai,r,ecau.se y.Uw.iKiO.tW cable feet of gas. Waste and it would be talons a ay sotne of the 'natural aad leakage being deducted from this quantity .w.. s ,un,.JU vFt..r fin Jeaves 7.OO0.O00.000 cub e feet efat? a he light furnished by tin i'AiNUT0N, Jan 17, 1853. Oayesterdvy, the 16th inst , Mr. Thoring "ii . of Iowa, o tie red a resolution, declaring Mr Campbell, of Ohio, Speaker. He gave; wrote: as a reason lor ottering a resolution, designa- -The habit of usin-r ardent spirits bv men .t J to elect a speaker, his great anxiety to se-: in public ofti-e, bas occasioned more injury to ' Dsastsx OtticsRS. Thomas JeiTersoD actually sold. quantity of gas, is 'equal te that of 153,061 tons of mould can dles. (6 to the pound,) and to 33,133,640 gallons of sperm oil. The gas works of Lon even twenty years ago, semetimes con- .-l urcati organization 01 tue House, anu tbat , lu" puu.10 mt, icp, ana more trouote t, me ivo u, t m oue u s- nours;; h bad iuserfed the name or Mr. Campbell,! th" 1 ;b'' circumstance which hasoccur- and 7,120,000 cubic feet of gas were burned i '-au.e he thought him less objectionable to! uT hf ""y ia . niifht. o i auriBg n;y aimirnstraaou: and were I to com- ,,. . , , , , 1 targe aumcer I meaioers tuaa was Mr.! mence my adm'nisrra'ion a-in wi tth' v e or menmona. leel tnat we nave accom- leet cf coal rs. Therefore gas at 4 per t- crriir.it tee oi :,vc fttatts. an be signed bv tlie other: so Lave been pr.. -etit.-d for their upprova! ti.t time beJ for ire meeting is so near thai it has hem demed a 1 visible riot to await fur ther signatures before submitting it to the public. Lt it be dis'in.-tly ui, lerstood t.--tt no r.o;a ina'ions are to be made at this e i'.herit:g, but 1UOO cubic feet gnes 250 feet for. dollar, and if T. .."VT 5 - tl,,. 1 . , , , 1 nd bea-.mg (Cot. W aiker) him 111 the faoe is therefore much cheaper than whale or sperm in the m.. si.o, king marncr. In the clear oii.r the time and 011. the apparatus used for making gas, and j and jassifiable deiecse of his person against the labor attending the t redaction of it. Low-' threat bodily harm, and in all probability his expense (it is considered)! Ufe' sUtbbe!1 U?rm ouf dangerously, w nai aaaea to the out- of the assault was the fact e was not oa .r a smaii man. but an in- agvm. w Uaus. He had voted for both the gentle-- knowledge I have a quirsd f?v,;a experience, ; plished a great undertaking in the construe -me a aad was desirous of electing ei'Jier. b first ii-ies'ton I should ak. with regard to lion of our gas establishment; and cocsider- I voted for the resolution, because I have ,'1! rmfi.llnl.1 In f r fdranKall in.l tltjiM sr .-. . ... w mi ue many otner members or tne House l .vcu'd have voted for under similar circum stances. There is no special man I am pecu ' -tily desirous of electing, but it is the Aati Woi iudia principlt, I desire to place iu the Speaker's chair, aad will vote for any mau to secure this object. And if all the Anti-Ne-1 -ska men had voted for the resolution of Mr. Thorington, Campbell would have beea elected by a majority of three TOtet. I egret they did aot. Mr. Galloway, though personally favorable to Mr. CamrblL taid he could not change his position till he was assured cf the sentiment OVej. involves in nrjiiiai it i .;,!.t i i t "K 7 a"dtheoti-erfatall s .uu 1113 use 01 on lamps, unuer 1 w 1 . ,, , 1 rageoUs cLarajter nuruers. urer mat number it is considt red -hat h that gas is more economical than oil. Aav valid, beir.g a: the time, and for several mcritl.s village, factory, or mill therefore, Usiug aior j previews, under treatrnent for a disease of the than 100 burners, will find it more economt-!fs' r,' m wbich Le Wa'4 Prtialy blind. It naraiy neces-sary to say mat when the case ; came up fur trial ia court, he was honorably . acquittea. , al Convention (should such 1 -j h--m-J al.i-s-a lo), agre"d upon. Should a di'b.-rent m'-d-j :.f a-sevrutinipg and cotitentratifg the s-.-nti-mcnt of the R. publican party with regarJ to the Prtsidncy in 155' Lc d?n:d prU-.-abic, that will of Course be adopted, and recora mndod. What is conttn.j.latcd is th.. be ginning of a National movement de-igticd to unite ail the op portents of Slavery Extension in the Presidential contest "before us. To this it is not necessary that anything eoj., r.a thiak of ih Democracy's approval." "icd -- ' 'iiii.is Own. fhe Louisville Journal 111 aouiiiitss uraws tbe fUownog tiiii-ienirtli j.ortrau or six a as it shali Mr. Iiiel.aP.!,.n of ll'tm.i. f.r whom our neighbor of the Ji-Lr. r-ays the "Oil Liners" have .to "a'ctdily voted ia a body for their own candidate," for Speaker, and therefore, tVy should not hi held re-j.on-ible for the d-". ij : "Mr. Rishardsin, of 111., wh -m t;,e al rrm.ttrat!.n members suijjort, is i,o d-at; os i. s.O; ii'.g a N'a i :-.- 'OtihU UpoU lite IVUtiSaS 'JUc'iolt. bat he is a di.iikiug, c arse, vulgar aad rid man. Wt chanc.. J, le-s than two yars ago, ; to be thrown near i.iai where lie aa J Severn! other raembeis of Congress w -re gvth-red ia ' h circle -y themselves. A gentleman by our ; side pointed him out to us, and rc?rlMkeJ. . that it w e would listen a link? wiisie we sauukl i be certain to hearsrn? hard swearing, ! "We did "at listen bat we out i not h!p cal and certainly much more conventeBt j to use gas rather than oil. Me a Mw Convention should be as-embled.' V .-'," r-, Z! "" Delerat from !aT "faweillwsw. w .nve u.,- tiatc etiti l.' W'i '.- every cnnaiu)i-e ror pumte oe.v. would p .lnnl.ti.in ar,.l . - is he addicted to ike cf ardent spirits?-' ' f rr : , " ' "c I may certainly hail the acmevement with sat- From Il.rti. j isfaction, and irreproachpble eelf-commenda- Fhh.aie!.fhia. Jar. ??. ition; nevertheless, if we compare oar works 1 iterance ia oar ciiv!" If n iwlki Pstes from Port an Prince to Jan. l,t, cor firm with those immense results already mention- should happen to corre this way wn hiJle DPnsrht raaa- difference to what par- 1 cfcerforminan-- - :eJ'r'" P11' per even or.e composed of tne several two to ten wise. tt, ttji r'... t;...:,.T. tuea kwear. su-i we - - . , - . . ... 1 . . 1 I : r . fifi mteB mat nnd upright men w"" . - 7, ..v;, e. . V"1 meol we hear soch horr l-l-wrariftg u..n th ioe eawiKla'e. It- varte y a ,i x ,n 1 ns.! of Ki ojv'I.s were woauertui. Aad 1 . i . i.'jr, loste me nrfni i,attrct caimi. . , . - - t w 1 --, r .11,1 in I , . . 4 ircm eacn state wmcn see bt to be renresen- 7 . . . presenta-l ted will be ample. We trat measures will ' A:MUau A Job TOR AK Occvlibt Jemes sirs his last Jeff., that he has "seen no evi-! dneted.tbat personal abue and misre . . i t mry Tvs o r- 1- a. r. f .-vt f el- T. l." ; V. f . T . . s s -v T s.-. 1 aence ot the alarming prevalence ol intern- j , wPa"c Pres . ';-; fe.i leas:, w e- Bo,eitv of mr,r of rira wo aid bare at ieau Al candidate lor Otace is aa bonor- , . ,a ""; ""' " u.sourg oa tbe ZIX . ... , M. U,r uir dread fal b'asnhe- t t rebruarv. . - ..... ' : fmv. Ve ctMjld iivt itelp tniosiug Utat to the KEPCBLrcAsa or thk rxiTED f TiTU. in t!e habit of d 'v.iEing more liatf and In accordance w ith what attwam K- the ' a If t the tAeoUoo of new mi sf wrar- revins acetiaats; the Dormaican treops have de- ed. aa attained in London, it will minify them ! mig-bt have an oPDortunitr leatel tne Hxrreps. tae latter ioaioir between SOU trt . w ,t .... . , . . . ; - . . . " ! ter is the trlory of th . and A "i, '-JITriZn! ----'.eyt8.frov h - ; - s Mn rf , s and cursmg. and bUsphe, t w a-Ha 1. em raarcaea uunv laoosana rscs . j ""S v nutme ruituua. cut we rrt.ij aesires 10 e ttose w no are carry in tr - " ---- - - t ... ...,.. , t. t . .. ., . .. r. . u Uti tK fh nnrttnita f li&t. tt hlkv . 1 - f 1 ir t - 1 s- w -f l: TTBuwn iji 3L lartri rw rxin m i n rvr ' i : - v- - r - ---- - - ich saggering loads of i"ef'ave objecuoas to denounce in the. lican pres. the under? med Chapmen of the i that he oald outeorse anything ani-r hv- . - against the Eastern hide ef the Island, and his de- : will not let the comparison rest on this about their persons. tia esesooed from the btti-6eld, bat his place ef S" 4M- sidenng the diifereace refse was tnknown, and General Saotador had , ia population. London has perhaps not ""d of forty thoosaad doublooce for. more than three times the piping we have; The feeling is so irreat ayaiast hi, that tke anJ ctrbalaace that advantage oa her (teneral opinion was. if be escaped fallinff inte the ; side, we have laid down oar pipes ia a few hands ef the Span-lards, ae would be shot by kis ': months, while she has spent frty years in ex own people. t 3 . . , L ; tending her s; so that, at last, the case pre- Sit7h;rtr w owinoaoe to the roper? tions. I poudoratee vastly ia our favor! What will We account f..r tl, ! strongest language toe poncy aad Uaekery re- i State Republican Committees of Maine. Ver en except, ttrbe.p. his II.dt-s the Pope- . s sorleu to by ti.e politician that is a duty it mont Vbk...a,i. v v..,t, f -. , t. ' B it. it DorKeiy ele will suit the seventy f-sif irons the ,:k, n .t" t,.,.A i , . Z. . ... . ' ....'. - . . .. . -t,..- , i 1 s-' 1 - 1 i.a w s. f.fli SL ritnn n. i t ania f Kia 1 , . . f -. ... aari W IilAaa. ' Tlr 111 aTO,S4i.e-rIiII5 II fT DlHsit ftJIfM 1( li'.l.f. - (ciii-ii. ' ; r i' ' - Periin 4free gtacT. , 7" t Ul OTZs' Iroaj lne,is right. Oa the other hand, when a candid tsc; that "tuere are none so blind as those who j ate pose a disrepu'able character, it is will not see. ; clearly the duty of the press to let the fact . ... . jb known. it becomes in that case, instead The papers m d.5?reat parts of the cc-' of a glory, a shame to the Suite to have such try conta:a notices taat the !t cold weathsr Las 'craracters running for office, and the press tilled all the peaches, aad probably tae plaua aid j would be found wanting were k not to speak cherries. ut. TXt war seaUcicfctfl. sin, hereby invite the Republicans of the j If they elect bint, they will have a Hptrakef. Union to meet in informal Convention a! j to curse for them, ani a Chaplain to pray I'litsburtg. oa the 22d of Tr ebraarv. 1856, for for there. the purtwse of perfeciin? the National Or ganizatkn, an l providing for a Na'iona! D I- S The cob'e! dnr ever known in Kg ega'.e Con vea lion of the Repubhmn party. Hand. wa iWemb 2Sth. 1795. Tte ther l some suiisequett day, to nominate eaa-ii-lraorisejrr then saak : 1 Jegr-x- oeso ero.