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l v s7t 3 5 I V. i - l I - r i i - f.A LwY CA WINCIIKSTPK, INI). Thurdiy, Urr. 31. To our Itrmlrti. AUitt tvTt years ngo we commen ted tU publication of the t? ol UN. vi., nndtr railüT unfavorable circumstan ce1. Our subscription list was small, mid we had not the means to make the JornxAL what we ilcsirol. Wo, how ever, promised onr patrons that wc wouhl, frum time to time, enlarge and improve our .r until it Ucaiue worthy of patronage, and fit to In classed among tin? Ust local par in the State. Wc think we have now fully redeemed that promise, by send ing you tll JoLT.SAl. SO enlarged All'l improved that it ran safely U recom rorridrd hy nil tf our friends as a No. I local par. Hereafter, J. K. Bf.vf.iu.y, with whom wc have formed a partnership, will have the control of the Kditorial Department. Of his ability to er- form the duties if that position, wej Ii 1 not s'wak, as our columns will Kak fr him, : We cx'ct from this time to devote enr entile attention to the mechanical department of th paper, and we in tend by tlii meant to avoid a great many errors that liavo heretofore ap jx ared in onr columns. We feel con- lident that by thin arrangement weean make tlie? .foinSAi. one of tin lst pa- er in tlie West, and we hope to n reive a more liUral pain nage from our citl.en; therefore, whtle-we gratefully n hnonlcTgrr the-many kind fa vom wi have heretofore- revived from our pa trons, we Lnll 1hjk for and e.xjeet a Mill more liberal support from the eit izens of this county. We have no been able to send you the Joi ns vi. in it present improved condition without coiiüidi.rablo cxense, and we shal look to the people for our reward. With many thank to our patrons for pat support and influence, weleavi the editorial department of our paper under the exclusive control of Dr. I.j K. ISkvrrly. C 1). SMITH, i hty or Slavery sway the destinies of our country? In th light of the pres ent ngej Slavery cannot sustain Itself unless it gain supreme control. Utile nr rtiin i now iu motto. Tle dinger i-, ns things are now going, it will both tub rtH'l tnin. After wh.it ban U-en said, it weie H-rde;.s to t t.ite wUic the wiiter will U found in tin prat .struggleth.it now mtlVlll. e otir whole ( otitilrv. Indee.l. tho: u Ui ip.iiuted with hin past hi orv, n woid mrd Iks said on the sub- ei t. Thove Ust anjuainted with his nnteertlentf, know that In n no new convert to the Anti-Slavery faith, or nerv -oiuer in the Ilepublioan ranks ; ut that for the wbole of his political ife of a ncore and more of yearn he has acted from the nme platform on which ie at present htands. And he has on- y further to Kty on this Mibjeet, at rezent, that while hi.s fctand on this pntion will 1; firm and nneonipn- mi-ing,.nnd his future course in this mrnal htiietly and undeviatingly in areordaiu-e with his own convietionnof truth and duty, he hojes to 1 able to treat those holding different opinion from himself on this or any other sub ject with nil due re.cct and courtesy. Hut our community has other and important interests apart from those of a political nature ; and in their promotion, as time and circumstances develop the occasion, he will take the reutest pleasure. The intellectual and moral education of our vouth, which lies at the foundation of all true and lasting prosjerity and reform, will enlist his mot solicitous regard ; and all just and feasible plans for making the faeilities for an education more fret; and aereible to all, will find in hint a ftrenuoiis and untiling advocate. He will always Ihj found with thoe who nro laboring to stav the ravages of I ntem M'rance in our land, and in the support of every enterprise or movement that promises genuine re foim or improvement. Ami Agrictil hire, the j-reat material interest of our country, will engage much of his at tion. And now, having jwihaps said too much alieady, he will bring this arti cle to a close, hoping the future inter course .ctwvn himself and readers mav be both pleasant and profitable, and wishing them all a very happy new vear. JOHN K. IlKVKIH-Y. CiirMmm. TViTay pÄ"-'! c IT very piictly n ith n. it was a line, nrv, H ammii, sun shiny dny; and wo had at least one jrri tftfay ns Patrick wonbl say; we iad iio fire crackers. Weeijiyel this tfstitntion very mm h. Ti be sun? th" iys dil bum some powder annuel hat g ive some pu tty sharp repfirts. Jut that, at a dishimc, u not like laving those pl.iguey things whi.y.ing and popping all qrotind you aii'l tinder ytnir feet. We wonbl contribute some thing to have the IIav, riakcr tiafic n bo I idied. Think moVfTf our citizens were nt pleasant parties that tlay and I-$11 that ire were at on. Many of our neighboring farmers were in town and enjoying theniM Ires, we suppose, as well as low and falling pricis, and crhaps in some instances the importu nate duns of needy creditors, would allow. Kvcry body soIht and iptiet so ar a we srw. One little incident struck us so pleas antly and added so much to our light- leartedness on the occasion, that we cannot forlear jotting it down. Stop ping one of the Dray with a load of barrels to have a little furniture mov ed to the ofliee, the driver Faid he could do the job soon as he got through de livering those apples to the widow la dies who were keeping house in town. finessing the nature of the ease, we WASHINGTON 1TI:.MM. J From our own Corrc-pon'hnt. Wamiinoton Citv, Ihr. U2. Mr. KotTon : In my last I set down Fitch, of your Hutc, as uncertain upon the Kansas rjucstion. To-day betook bold groiin! in favor of the admission of K.wi.u iiii'l-r the ITomptoii ('on stitution, with, or without Slaery as the rae 1U.1V pre;eut il.M'lf. 1 am told th.it thi is the j. Hr. Fitch, who, when canvassing for tongic s in your State in 1ST.), decl.ued in ah tier written tooneOi;ou Tomiiov, that he was in fovor of abolishing Slavery in the Di-tiut of (.'olnmbia; of extending tho NVilmot Trov'so over the Territory of California and Xew Mexico; and of prohibiting the interstate" Slave State. He was then seeking votes, as I am told, for a seat in Congress, and without the aid of lVMi:r.ov and his Abolition friends, he could not suc ceed.. Hence his letter above refcrcd too. Now he is seeking votes to re tain a seat; hence his present, seem ingly inconsistent position. I think, however, ho will not be as successful in (jvUin'j Southern gentlemen, as he was in misleading (Jkovk Pomf.uoy ami party. The most of them who are now in the Senate, have placed them selves upon the record in the Haklan I case last Congress; and doubtless have too much regard for their character, ? jtiV The Kansas new are impor tant. The Constitution, with Slave ry, has been adopted. The returns arc meagre, the Free State men not voting. There were no rote ? reeeire lat liwrence, and at To p ka the poll books wen, not ojcned. Nothing leanl fiom fj-avcuwmth. (Jov. Denver ha entered upon the duties of his oMice. He announces that as his view.- aaord with those of the Fiesident, le will have no dillicultv in carrying them out." He tells the people that if a majority are dissatis fied with what has lsen done, tiny will soon have an opportunity of mak ing a change at the ballot-box. Since the above was written, Ieav enworth his been beard front. See How Ike. Voting Dour. nnTTIXCTOOHtJTFORLKfCHrTO.HTrS Missol MAN OMTfll-ll To I.r.AVH. contiguous column. The .Mr.ikct-. 'liiere has Urn but little change in the Cincinnati Maiket since our last issue. Hogs perhaps : shade higher, sav, from 81 75 to :." Flour Z .r0 for superfine. In Wheat the market is steady at COo to GSe for red, and 70c to M'c for white. Corn is unsettled at to IJOe; oats r0cts. Potatoes dull at SOcts Apples are in lair demand at 81 10 to 82 50 ier bbl. according to quality. As to (Jroceries, Sugar is worth 0 and Gc for low fair to good fair; de enquired who was making such hand- for consistency to sacrifice it to grati- inanf mot1rate. MolWs sells at some Christmas Gifts, and had the sat- Mr. Fitch, or any other Xoithem o ftt to 10jt isfaction of hearing him pronounce the weather-cock, who turn about iwth Tho Connucr,Ial MVS . TIC The veritable John L. KonixsoN but I .. .. I .1. .1 A f. e . ri! ..r Mr...... I V, ,atf every oreeso iiiai may ktiii iu lavur laiilliiar iuiniv; um um i iv nw"" .lit. ..le.i. Mautin. We hear a great deal () "'..p!.-,,,. ill- nml irofes.iinns of one kind and I .1. ! a. . i .i. r another that donT amount to much, but recently recenc, ai u.o nanus on , i . .1 i . Stnithcrn Democrats, kucji a relukeas when we know a man to uo a noble ami -v in it i l it. . ..t feel like i-ivin- "H stielt ciiangenugs siiouta receive ai iiiin.u-"ii.'i v., . .v. " - - -" O CI . . . . . Ä . . ... the lianas ot honorable menot all par- hini ni lit I tics. He, like Dr. Imrii, has tuen jtT" We are sorry to have to ask driving by word and deed, to convince our readers indulgence in respect to the South that he had repented of all divers typographical errors n our out- former political sins, and was now a ska m a . mm v side. The fact is, we haveallU-en too ready to he baptised into lull lellow much hurried in getting up this mini- ship in tho Pro-Slavery church. Ur. It has all been set up anew, and Southern gentlemen very naturally there has Urn much extra labor to per- and rationally conclude, that if gentle form in the changes and alterations ne- men wonbl play false to the Freemen eessatv, and which, to get the paper of the North, they might at some tin- out at the usual time, wc were obliged guarded moment be tempted into a be to push through rather fast for accti- trayal of the South also. Hence theiu racy Money market increases in stringency and the demand is pressing" " Owing to the low price of all kinds of produce in New York the amount going for ward is very small and the various Kail roads are doing nothing." A Chicago paper shows by figures, that after paying the freight and char es on a barrel of Flour, from that place to New York, and selling it there, the net proceeds for the Chicago owner would be 81 ; according to this, after paying for the grinding and eoojierage, labor, etc,, the net proceeds for the fanner who raised the wheat, would be about nothing. .SAM'TATOItV. To the Patrons and Header of the Journal. The undersigned, in assuming the relation lu-now dtON tit. tluw journal and tin? publie, would Ug leave tOTts- Mtro his friends and rrwWi tbut the To theOU!Sutcrlier of the Jour nn Yon will notice that we have witl this huiuUt commenced a new series of the Joi nNAi., U'ginning with tin commencement of the new year. i do this in eoiiMMiuence of the great changes that have taken place in the paper itself, as well as its proprietor-1 ship; and U'sides we felt a choice that the volumes of our paper should begin and end with the Uginning and ending of the year. This is Upcoming very much the custom with all serial publi- It will make no difference as KxTitA Nt'Mitr.iiH. N e send out this week a large nuniKn- of extra co- iiiiw nf our new naner to oersons around i the count v and elsewhere who ate not subscribers, in the hope that, seeing our present improvement :ml learning our plans and intentions for the. future, want of confidence. A 1111 passed the Senate yesterday, and the House to-dav, authorizing tin issue of twenty millions of dollar: worth of Treasury Notes, of the de Douulas. We clip the following racy letter from the Indianapolis Daily Journal of the iisth in-t: DoiiirlasM firm on t rock. They en n I move him. Thev are Unlireriiie: issue of twenty millions of dollars ,,;, lla;Vt Fitch tried it to-day and Douglas lights bak like a , ..... nomination of one hundred dollars, to tiger, and shows his daws at any and meet a deficiency in the Treasury, to 11 f !" n,,r . - " for htm. I he Democrats are v rv "ore. pay the current axpenses of the (,ov- ,-rif;llt inil VUvx win ,H, M.nt nI10. rinnient for th! oieseiit. vear. Tims i 1..... il... : 1. I they will be induced to become subs, n- hAh.QQty t,staUishing a ( Jovcrnment that no (Jovo. nor's appointment can Utm, and in that way lend us a helping . f , . , , kln.;n,f fill tlio ldaee." I think both points - I'UIIIV W UiVi iimv o v o nop j A hand. Money, it w ill In seen, may U' forwarded by mail at our risk. Just now. the frost having fairly left the ground, our streets and roads arc soft enough, and dep enough, 1.1 lliinlr to id:isi the lFV, 1 J l "nu itiiit., ... , I'll 11 4 - .... e i . i age so highly eulogised, most fastidious lover of mud. And . f. . Hi i ii . i. . , . i . i . wi 1 e ec en ai one,. anv ran, forth (iovernment i:iper to take the . . . , 11 i . - iv if they come bark with a dovernoi s place of gold and silver, which Demo- n,(,H,iM(,n(M,t they will be sneered at. crats, have up to the present time, Jim Hughes has been on his feet, claimed as the only true and proper but can't shine. Hanks is giving them currency for the (iovernment, and "goss" on their Treas.iry Nte Hill. l ily he goes home so soon, ne is clearly leader here. I bright s,vms vb- wnt (luring this Kansas debate. It is currency which the President in his late Mess JttT Our readers will notice the new advertisement of Vutmax & Aveky, in They have the ive step, tinexiH'cted as it no doubt is to cations. many, has not Urn taken altogether to our subscribers receiving their pa una.lvisedly, and that, although from pers. They will lc sent up to the time his inexperience of the thing, he may subscriUd for just the same as if no not U able fully to appreciate the dilti- change had been made; ami as tney win nil t us and responsibilities of his new receive a larger, and, wo hope, Letter relation, !. may yet venture to sav, paper, don t look for them to com l1..i Alrnrf Irk I IINil IIVT 1.1 lid liUlllll Itliandlt i mill Itiaill. e ll'M" , -n Ulli iviiN.iij, ' 1 , ,,v.i- . tins weeK s pajHr r.xistcm e. And had he not learned to so happv as to have them all renew . f ... repose confidence in the final success hfore the old time expires, and that diflieult times it "pavs" to s; 4 all well nireeici enoris in me many ot them, recogni.ing me 1111 nor- . .. 1111 " . i the amies. trigut-forward path ot duty and ree- tam e of having one good newspaper .. titudey 1m nriglrt well bo disposed to published in their county, will become! For the Journal. shrink frm tlte fiebl cf arduous laUr voluntary agents to extend its circula- i:dncatioiinl--Uamlolph Co. Teaeh- he has chosen fT himself. And he is, m0n. indiHtl, aware that some apoTogy rrnxy I ()ur patrons and friends will observe i i " .1 i f . .. , ,n v. i i dolph County, the President in the thus leaves the seclusion of private kindness alld IiUrality, and taken them i J' life to cngagt in the cditoiial manage- IX little on trust in the expense we have merit of a political journal, in these incurred and laid out our plans to incur dnys of political turmoil and excite- jon the improvement of the Jockxai.. Uepublican members did every thing said J ell'. Davis is whetting his teeth in their power to prevent such an issue for an attack on Douglas. If he bites, r i . :. . i. . . i . e i , lookout. Doin-las will then 'spread." of paper, by proposing the sale ot (o- ... p . , . 11 l. I r i He will open the slave and disunion eminent Stocks or bonds, of a denoni- ln.lki, ination so large as to prevent them ;t inij,:,ssil.le and incurable forever. from leing used as a circulating niedi- llorden, they say, is to go Connnis- nin. lint such propositions however sioner to the Sandwich Islands. Well, ..... i.i i .... l 1. i Horden is a clever fellow, -but Democ- were voted down bv almost a strictly . . , , r . . r-icv i ;i linnl rn.'nl lir linn tit trivel. party vote; and we will soon find these fL J talker is sick here, but he is I . 1 A V .1 1 .1.-1. 1 . 1 reoutationof scllimr cheap (UmhU. In circuiaung in me counuy, lome ,lot against jhicl.anan. Nicaragua l 1 ... . Ca a.. . -II' T .1.11 '..ll-.. i.. . l..m ....I . 1. ...... ' Ii- amoimi oi iweniv uuiiioiis 01 ooii.iin. hhmi " """ 3 wc see but a slim prospect, at present, for anything else. The weather con tinues cloudy, dark, dull, with now and then a drizzling rain as variation. It is exceedingly dull hereabouts now. crs' Association. Dee. 12, 1S.YT. The Association met at ArUy, Han- Chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read and adopted. school t If ... i.... ......1 r. ...MWi.-l -... I.' . . . . i ... i.i. i iitrMi'ii 1 1' in .1 Ii ifutL vrii n ......it An. I I.. r. uil.l jiiilv- wiv in re- I !, ...til I..-. !... 1 iuih nil tili I ivf lk.1. I . . i ii i . i i .i ii A-r t, a i jrovernment, which was adopted Tilv. i with all Ucouitni? niohstv. it is Iiht with new and lautiful tvi. aml p r X m ' - I j v., .. - hoped,) that though a silent, he lias by J wt? shall make every effort to effect a no means Ucn an inattentive or dis-L.orrt.Slondingiiiiprovc'mentintheniat- intercsteil observer of political events. Uer so fast as we ran bring the proper And that while it would still accord means to bear upon its columns. Not- best with his feelings and most eher- withstanding all this additional outlay, ihhed pursuits to remain without the we arc resolved to furnish the Jouuxai. arena of political strife, he yet feels at tl0 nd price, andean only rely, as that the time has fully come in the Wl, Uforc, on the the IiUrality of history of our hitheito highly' favored ur patrons in promptly renewing their country, when no true patriot or citi- subscriptions and inducing their neigh- zen can shirk the responsibility of po- i,ors j subscriU. Persons at a dis litical action, but when every lover of tance can send money at our risk, by his country and of his ra.o should em- lliajf when no safer mole is conve lIoy all hi? powers to the full extent of nvnt his fnfTcencc to assit in saving that - ntrx- fmn, the Mr and ruin V wt was a very pleasant dm- I . ai .1 1 ,,c 1- x a a .a : 4ik. that a blind arl reckless alitrarchv is i net pany me om p.o.-.io. u. .... rrpn si uic m-w mwuug u.i u. M. Parker read a report on ( Jeogra phy adopted.' - E. Parker read a report on History adopted. A motion having leen made by M. Charles, and adopted, that thoue who had I een teaching give a report of w hat they have Uen doing; thereupon 11. Fisher. Wm. Hill. A. T. Kni-ht and M. Thomas gave very interesting re ports of what TTirrr had Us.ni doing. Shool exercises were conducted by M. Thomas, in English Grammar; W. Hill, in Mental Arithmetic; and M. E. Shoemaker, in Geography. S. G. Hill was' appointed to read a eeking vrith but too much earnest of final success to spread over the whole of our fair domain. For he must U wilfully or ignorantly blind to the im port of passing events, who dies not clearly recognize the drtennined pur pose of the slave-power, -ever aggres sive, never satisfied, to nationalize the institution through our govern ment, now in iu hands, and through the '-atrocious judge" of its own creation, establish its right, or, rather, power to carry and hold its "eculiar sj-i-cies' of property wherever our Northern freeman may take his. For how much greater wonbl Ik? the stride of power'and usurpation for a slave- holding Court to decide our State en actment prohibiting Slavery nnconsti tnti'iiial than those already taken by the propagandists and acpueced in by the oplo ? To mention onr politics, U to speak of Slavery. It is the essence, tlw sum and Eubstanve, th? " bone of conten-tiu-r iu all our jnjlitical discu.sions at the present day. f11e whole thing is U-ing ti.nnrow(il to a plain and simple. but poitcutious rmestion. Shall Lib Joi knau had the happiness to be one pricty of making Physiology a branch of on Christmas day. The company if education in primary schools. was good, the dinner excellent, the J,. Jaret, on the liest method of teach quests all in fine spirits, the amiable Jng Long Division; and M. Thomas host and hostess, (Mr. T. Ibmth and t,n Shool Government all to report at Lady,) only too kiml and obliging, next meeting. TU incident was a very pleasant one. On motion, adjourned to meet a Jericho, Kandolph county, Jan. 10th W. HILL, Pres't. Emily Honsr, See v. t.)ur friends should U cnccmragetl in their laudable efforts to enouraii IM neat ion. The need of some such insti tution as their.s has Uvn clearly in li catetl. Urn. Wnlkcr n Prisoner. We learn by our last exchanges that Nicaragua Walker is a prisoner of the United States, having lvn captured, with 150 of his men, br Commodore Paulding, of the United States frig-ate Wabash. The men -acre to U sent on to Norfolk. The General is in New- York on parole. The pnseet seems verv favorable that the " manifest des- Jt-iT-Tlie preliminary steps were ta tiny men of the South will U down on ken at a meeting of those friemlly to the Administration for this act, and the project, held at the Unmet House that Nicaragua will soon attract -more ? organize a fannersMub . . . .... in Cincinnati. 111 a Slate o lHCIse run on iiw mii lav. T drt the voting on the ( n- titutioti t kiL place, nn I the l'i(e State men h.ie leei.Jeil nt to vote or mier- fere with the voting in anv manner, ev- eiylhing went ofVipiielly until about 11 A. M., wle-nthe polls were suiiouml- ed by abut 1 1 M) M iui ians on foot. and about 7" on hoieback. It is ve ry easy to tell a Mi-sourian, and any man or liil I in the Territory ran pick one of these "border Mis.soiui.ins" fioiu among a thousand people very easily. These men h .id Uen voting all the morning, and about 1 1 o ehn k .some of the Tree State men Ugan to dial- lenge them. They were sworn by kissing the 1 i - hie, an l then asked if thev wen ill habitants of the Territory?" To which they would reply, am for the pres ent. 1 he .Judges wouM take tle ir ballots, and call out their names. In two or three eases men swore that they were citiz-ens of Missouri, but paid taxes here, and therefore claimed tin right to vote, and the Judges deposited their ballots in tU' box, and recorded their names as electors ! This is not a rumor I was present myself ami w it- nesd the whole M-ene. On the opposite shore of the river what is here called the island a view was presented similar to a "Duck (.'reek . - m, m Camp Meeting at Lincinnati the woods were Mack with the horses ot tin Missourians, w ho, to save the ferriage, had crossed on foot. , They could be plainly seen from this side. All those things visible at on view almost, and all coining nt tin Mime time, were more than tbeeiti.ens could bear. A man w ith a tin horn some five feet long, was placed upon j horse and rode through the sheets calling on the citi.ens to assemble at the Mayor's office, at 1 o'cbu k. In less than lfi minutes over 1,000 persons were there, many of them bringing double barreled shot guns, Sharpe's ri des, old muskets, and indeed every de scription of gun imaginable. Hesides these, every man had a Colt n revolver on his hip. Just at this juncture the follow ing "ticket was ficly circula ted among the crow d : to ii i: ii ii WITH tiii: MXOJirrON roNSTITITION. The excitement produced bv the dis tribution of this ticket is beyond de scription. It seemed for sometime as ll It Wi re impossible to ipuct the peo ple. At last Mr. Dickson, a merchant, obtain vl a hearing, and said that as citizens needed onus worse than any thing else, he knew where fifty stand were stored in this city, which had been taken from the Free State men over a year ago, and if they would fol low him he would get them. The crowd went en mast, and the ware house U ing locked, they battered down the door, brought out the muskets and distributed them among the crowd. Capt. Dickson who had served in the Mexican war was then formally elected commander of the company. He immediately marched his ne u to the river, and place l a sjuad of twenty on the ferry boat, to arrest any of the Misisourians who attempted to return! A largo body of men was seen on their horses on the opposite shore, but when they looked upon the glittering guns upon the levee, and the ferry boat started for them, they wheeled their horses, put spur, and very suddenly disappeared in the woods of Missouri. One of the Missourians said to me this alternoon, "that it was getting too i u hot for Pro-Slaverv men in this Terri- m tory, and he uidn t think he would ever trouble them again." The city Marshal arrested four Mis sourians who confessed to voting! It the " Planier,' tho war would luve1 commenced,, n d in lev than tlm days there would nH hare Ucrr a single one of these lawless villui h-ft, ' V ex citement i imin',n A Mngle fight nr quarrel Utween a Pio-Mavety and a rice State man would sei the ball In motion. The citizens ate nnabbj to I'm 1 a singb man to ijuarn l with. I have just learned that the Misxou- lians who have Uen ntreted, have bevn icle.ied on one thousand dollars bail bv lN a ting Mayor. 'Ihe V. S. hoops were man bed back to the Pint at 0 P. M., w le-n the poll ebved. It is said two hundred and fiflv oter. were pollol, all ff-r the "Constitution with Slivervl" We baveiiot beard a word from Kickrrjwo, I ut suppose they hzv polled two or three thousand vote, out of a popula tion of about e-rie hundred and twenty! Th" repoj ted troubles at port Scott prove to In' untrue. It is rumored here that the Demo crats oppo-ed to the I'eoinjitnn Consti tution, intend to rebuke th" Adniinis- tuition hv nominating Seretarv Stan ton for tiovenmrof Kansas, at their Convention tobe h 11 in this city next Tuesday. Poor Ihick ! he has no friends in Kansas. K A As as no. Muvery Constitution Carried hjr n I.nre ?Iajor it y. ni:xvi:it Assr.Mr.t r;ovi:it ousiiir or tin: Ti:ititivouv. instead ofthat amounLof gold andsil- V 'town ."n,b a' I . I . I. - ...ill !...... . . . tt...... . .- 1... ...... dr I. f 1 .1 . i illill IIJ III IlilU l I Mil, '1 1".: l.HIIM ver. So much then, for Uemoeratie , . ,?. . i i . . i i l . ' v the natives and hamred. 1 hope consistency upon thr subject of our tf. .,sL They'll iut him to iail cer- eurrency. tain, if he comes back, as a pirate. Douolas replied to Dr. Pitch in a There is a great crowd here. 1 he 1 11.11 :.. 1 1.:. .1. .. r.:i t :. 1 c 11 ri-.. ... 1 ..-.1 r 'lew 11. 111 i. 1 iiiniK.il 1 111 r. ii is speccn inn 01 uiuerness ami wimeriug . ' . . . ......... 1 il. .t Tu. I.. T,.,..,!,...!,.!! i n room v. but t'.nu v. " i'iie'eihre:idv ' was ruiuoi ed thatMMgC lA'coiilIiloll sarcasm; showed the fallacy of the , , tililt YO n rani tl.ll was issuing a writ of habeas corpus, to Den-tors reasoning; his inconsistency Lnv one without a soy-trlass. I learn- take these men from the custody of the with the President, who he was try- ed to-dav that Ohio g.-s nearly solid -Marsi.ai, ana immeoiaieiy apr. jmik- I " 1 A A - I I a A A M ing to defend, and in a very trentle hr Douglas on Kansas. The lf,,,onn siauoneo a s4uaa 01 iwcmy-nxe 0 ' J K .1 t 1..... 1.. ! i..... Amerieans and twelve (jermans to re- ......... v . I 1 1 1 1 1 .1 ! - I 111.111. I" I lilt t 'I1U ('in . manner hmtol tnat the not tors pre- ; , - , t tl ..volition of the writ 1 And vious record was probably not just - tl Sonato a-aiu'st Don-las. but t1 l'plc cried Amen! At 3.1 what it should U; but said ho would rhev are all set excel t Kentucky, and o'clock, P. M., Capt. Dickson march- not go back to old musty Utters and IVdl, and, possibly, Heed of" North l his men in front of the polls, the 1 1 1 1 .1 1 Pnrolin-i O. K. .Judges became excites, put up the records, and bring them up in judge- Carolina. yj. i. , . f 4 1 Miuiieis, im juinoi-ii uia ui oaciv ment, in a case where they were not .tiTln the English House of Com- window. Capt. Dickson said no one strictly in the issue. 1110ns, they will not hear a man speak need be alarmed, that he came not to Doi'olas is the Ust gladiator in a at length who is not known beforehand molest or touch the polls, but he gave running fight, I have ever seen. He Jo have something to say 'ihey cheer notice to any ami every .Missounan . - . 4 him down, cough him down, laugh present, to leave the town in twenty parries blows, come from what quarter . . . hm d hhn 1Ilinutcs or w woutl arrcst tK.1IK .1 .! .11.1 1 1 F - - 1 .... 1 . r. they may wim a masieriy nana, i Lloivn, orp) down themselves to din- Ihey were very scarce long before returns them with a fonx? that is al-lner. Lon-' soeeches are an abomina- this, they had not left the city, but wavs felt. He remarked to-day that lion. So,' remarks the Philadelphia were "housed." John Calhoun, r .... ii . 1. I : . 1w. 1)....... IT. 1. a. ai a Manner. 11 win now oecouic at asn- eomianv nn m wviuu umnn ne w ouni reii v 10 genuemeii one at a . . , . . A A . 1 1 - . 1 . . . 0 f..... .f 1... a11. rft-oot 11101 I . Al-ii-sliiil. went iiot li;iste o tuns, as long as his strength lasted or wjn lliake just as lliany really great Port Leavenworth and induced Ceneral ho felt like it; and if they tired him ht,ccches as ever, lint the business of Harney to dispatch 100 United States .1 .1 A . 1 A A 1 - - - .1 .1 ..-. '. 11-- ! A . 1 . A. A 1-f.....l 11 . ll.. A, oui ny meir reieaiei anacKs, as inev uie coumry is raiuoiv coming 10 oe ii-oops lum-iai-i m; pons, iiifinmp seemed dcterniine-l to do; he would more iransacieu oy suarp, suon, pouu- arrivea ai t .v, ''r commaiui 01 v. api. -a 1 if 1 1. ,i.n,..i.,j.. c-d debating st-eches, with the quick kMarchant. Twenty men were plated IV. lull lllliisvii .ill'l ui'.unt nit HiiuK' ... - -. . . r - . e .1 1 , ... . witted retort, than prosaic orations. immediately in front of the window squad one general rauing lire. Senators lligler and Douglas have where the ballots were taken, and the - -.-1 ' I . 1 on are probably not aware of the illustrated this. Aattoiml Lra, balance were stationed round the cor 1 - 1 rrrcat disadvantaire bv which Douglas . . ner of the 44 Planters' House. o - St. I.ns, Dts-. 28. Kansas advices tr the rl'd to tht Kepubliean state that tfie Constitution with Slavery has Urn carried by a large majority. The returns are meagre. The following is the Pro-Slavcrv vote as far as heard from : Shawnee 7fö ; A lath.-i 1100; and Iwington about the same. It is reported that a large body of men have gone to Iecoinpton to sei.e upon the lerntoiial Arms. A letter dated Lawrence, Dec. JIst says that Iane has gone to l'ort Si-ott with the avowed intention to destroy that place, exterminate the Pro-SIa very settleis at the Shawnei reserva tion atnl carry the war into Missouri (icneral Denver assumed the Ciov ernment of the Territory, and has is sued an address iu w hich he exhorts the citi.ens to apMal to the ballot-box for the settlement of their dilhciilties. He makes copious extracts from the Piesnlent's instructions, as indicative of the line of policy which lie design to pursue. He also states that Ca! liotin has invited himself and the pre siding ollicers of both Houses of the Territorial legislature to be present at the counting of the returns of the elec tion on the Hist iust. There is nothing authentic from Fort Sett. t The .11 or 1110 11 r.ltlern. Kioin the Wadiiiij.teii National I'r.i. The jifj.fc of Mormondom are noth ing he priests are everything. Like the people of some of the European States, they are not represented by newspapers or men they are govern ed. Piles of the Deseret Xeirs reach us, which contain phonographieal reports of scimons j 1 reached by the Mormon Elders and President Young. They are the more important from the fact that these Elders rule the people, and shape the conduct of the Polygamic nation. llrigham Young is especially seven upon Mr. Ihuhanan. He says: " I will sav, in reference to President lhichaiian, that for his outrageous wickedness in this movement he shall wear the yoke as long as he lives; he shall be led about by his party with the yoke on his neck, until they have neeoiiipli.shd their ends, and he can b no more for them, and his nam hall In; forgotten; and 4 Old liright," is lhother Kimball calls him, shall U ree. I am iiersua'k-d that, fr tlreir horrible, wicked treatment to this jkio- ple the only loyal jeopIe m the tinted States, the only people who know the worth of the Constitution they will U sorely punished. 44 After doing what thev already have done to this people, after sending among us the lilth and scum of all cre ation (as some of the officers were) as ollicers of the Government, contrary to the genius of our Institutions, I want to tell them that, though they con tinue to send poor, pusillanimous eurses here to be fjmvcrnmerit officers, we will not submit to it, troops or no troops. I shall tell them this in plain ness and simplicity, and they shall find that in my simplicity I will try to sus tain so righteous a position. And I believe that the point is yielded, both in Enrol c and Amenca. And I le- lieve they acknowledge that J'righam is a man of his word ; and I have come to the conclusion that we will not again have officers thrust upon us con trary to our consent, the Iord helping . trary to tlve voluntary consent of th iro ernl ? We came here withoul I any help (ran ttr em mics, and we in ' tend to stay in hi ji we pleae. " Ihey t:y that tUir army n logvly -and I say that such a statement lis a iNe as Aril, and that th-'y ar hi rotten - as nn old pumpkin that ha teen froren! seven tiuie-i, and th"n tntdtsl in a bar- vest nun. Cfrn? it vit! yoor tlei j sand of illegally-ordered tnf, and I . will promise you, in the narr (A '. fael'a tiid, that you shall nn If nay a m mm mm as the snow lsorr a .Inly Min. Ebb-r Kimball is nn-ie Mft be.ittisl. lie jifif9 thr (SentileH. Hr cxfioft to brotherly love : J 1'rethren and sisier, do nt 1-r 5 angry with them, for they me in tlur 1 liat:d rrf (ioI. Instead cf Mimg a - piiit to punish tUin, .r any thimf , like wrath, you love yir religion, and you will see m iiy win ymi 111 . pray dod to turn away from your eye the fight of their atVliction. ' There are thousamU an l million .' in the United States and ift the world whose hearts an like an pen leafr Uvause. nf thi.s little handful of eopIf in Utah. Pity th-m, for they know 2 not whom they an fighting against J 1 thev know not their destine This army that is reported to Ur . coming to this place, know no 111 onr about von and me thui von know- aUut tie' interior of China; they go-' eeause they arc sent. If they kie our real character, the sold ierrr them- y selves would turn round and tell tiu? offi..rrs to go to Itll ; tU-r itmiIJ tak '. a stamiHsle, and if thnr otlnrrs urpl them to cotrrc and tight this loplerr they would turn round upon them, or I tell them to do it themselves." Put these Moimoti Elders will dis cover, Ufore the year IJ'.jS has cndolr that they will have something to do Usides preaching Uasting sermons. -Severe fighting, submis-ioii, or flight, is Ufere them. If they stand light, they will U destroyed ; if they humbly bow Ufore authority after so much bragging, they are disgraced ; and, in j case of Might, thev sacrifice all but their t lives. The homes they have built for . themselves in the wilderne-s will U a desolated, and the projerty savil by industry will U saciilinsl. In view of these iniendiug events, a little more modesty on the p.ut of President Young and his Elders is, we think, the dictate of good taste. I T! . 1., sJi..l ....... 11 1 111 ri 1 a. ne wiv 111 oii"ii vu t:e- .i.ioj 1 "iit iiiekon r.s soon as lie neani is surrounded here. I here is a power- . . T ci 1,,. api. wkk. on, ..s sjn as nt r 1 11 r .. . f ci- ( onstitution against Slavery has not .1. , n c troons had arrival inarched ful and side pressure in favor ot Ma- . . 0 . . J 7 . IMt u. n. iroojis n.iu aruei, iaiuiui very M.rro.m'lin-our National Cq.Uul. 'Pl'""' ! exxtat.,,... In ; l,is company inuncliatoly m front of Kutfcw,. are foun.l Ikmv, ck-opt "?" ?y wf m ' 1". wla-n.hcU. S. lr.., gave three Ceml. from U,eFv State. wL U24- In M.,,r, county ,u,,rtv ollirrs fort,,, citi,,, .ol.hery. have the tale. W. if tl.ev possess !'"' "f" ,,,c .a,"'v ,'om,t '' The rumpliment retmn -1 . C.p- tl,e .lis,..,sitio. to .ik aKainstM," " ajontv against Slavery. ll,e ,,- Mar,i,ant ma,k.:l that he. .1.. uot V.i a i a l : a a, a Ji lor c.iiu'iiiiii neu voioie'i evi.sinn ....,., it ore tri h'-nt the rreef,iie powers that U or to even hint that . . rr . . . . . tome uown ikr 10 iiniu i n i icv . i.uc Slavery is wro ig-morally or politi- fert '"f't;;ry .s just as large.- ,npn. It 5s almost a settled fact that cally. It is in the great Northern and H' of h if the (Sovemment troops were oi.lered Weitern portionH of this Nation, that litl out ll11 ior races from to fire on th,, VfW tatemen. that they Frcoiloiu-H friends are to be foun.l. It ? a : , n f'T would imm,,liately go over to the eit- .i .i a a e l e a. ivr tsi admitted into the Union under this ... v:,in Thev ire almost ill with is there that the freedom of thought Vf . . r v . , iciis sMe. inej arc an no i an iin . . i Constitution. 1 Rational Jura. tho 1-ree Siit side (Slhoun st ii.l at sieeh, and the press, are enjoyed in me i rec iaic skk. v.auioun siai.i ai thidr fiilUst ki'TKi It isi there that the I . . the Port, and is there still. While 1 - i a v v n. a v " s- ------- I attention" than win is aiug.uicr A,.irt-thor tho folhmm-resol plea-ing to Mr. Unchanan. Por old uthn was passetl : Buck. I lk twccn Nacaragua and Kan- Wrerf, Tliat we conlially invite has the North and the South he farmers and all others that take a spir- will have a " hard road to travel." ted interest in Agricnlture, to join us Nr.w Yr.An'! tin-Ti. A lot of nice (jift Hooks, tor the Ilollidays, at Pn nrrs Drug ami Pook Stoic, under the Jovial otlite. ; iu the objects set forth, and that we conlially invite co-operation by attend ance or correspondence of all intelli gent cultivators of the soil living in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. patriot wdio dare proclaim his love of freedom fuels sympathisers and friends. It is there that the doctrines proclah.ied by Doitolas will find an approving response in the hearts of men of all parties. It is to them ho must look to sustain him in this, the hour of his trouble. And although he has done and said many things hereto fore, that J think had Utter have Uen left undone, and unsaid; I can if he re mains firm, and proves hiuiself bincere in his present position, le almost ier suadeil to forgive him for the past, and to ojH?n i new account with him. It is now after midnight, and I must cW. AMICUS. I v i 1 I Highly Important from Jlrlco-Tk Constitution Overthrow u-t'oiiinio-i fort Declared Dictator, ' " Nkw Oi-i.t-.tsA, Dec. iW. 1 . The steamship Tennessee, from Vera ('in, with dates from the City of Mexico to the 7th lust., has arri'd at this port. The news is important. On the lth inst., the gartUoti t T.'i"iili"iv i iiroiiiiiittfod in f i mi of ills- solving the Congress ami overthrow ing J the Constitution ; nUo declaring Coin- 0 monfoit Absolute Dictator. Vera Crur. followed the example, and it was supposed that the other ) Nates wonbl soon follow. The Tennessee brings later advice from Yucatan. The Pactionists had captured Sisal, which has again Utm ictakeii by the (iovernment troops. riiilitlrthin Items. Pirn.AorxniM, Dee. Jf. There was much rowdyism in th streets last night. Several shoting affairs occurred in the suburbs, two of which resulted fatally. It is reported that a woman cut her husband's thro.it. Senator Douglas arrived in town last night, and is stopping at the C I -rani llouo. A large crowd assembled at mid night and called upon him for a sjmhh h, w hich was compile I with. Co'. For ney, of the Press, followed. Mr. Douglas reerived a large nnm Ur of visitors during to-day. A rail for a meeting of the Admin istration has lecn issued. The hurt ing will U'hebl on MomUv night. Us." AtS" 1 lie Aahington correspond- am w,iting. 10 o'clock at night, the cut of the iSutvM. elegantly savs: . Free State men are marching by w itl It was a snevtacle. as it struck drum and fife. vonr eorresoon.lent. more curious than HP. M. Have jnst returned from agreeable, the administration 'of the witnessing the burning of the r-fligy of oath of office t the distinguishe! Car- John Calhonn. It was burnt m tnnt olinian by that h.Kiry-headed traitor, of the Planters' House; where his son (Jiddingsof Ohi, who, as the oldest ami daughter a wry pretty lady ot mem Ur of the House, erfonned this twenty Uard. oflico for the Shaker. 'Hie yellow- Not a pro-slavery man could lw seen, hided old abolitionist, with his Vulgar, not a word was said against the proce msii1 f ie. AU.1 his bnvid hauiiclK's. dure, and when the elhgy bla.e.l up, looked lustier than ever, and likely to lighting the wholo atmospliere, the last the session through without any guns of the Free State men were seen more dramatic swooning on the ll.wr, pointed at every window in tlw i Ian unlove Liitm one .hoiilil undertake tm I ters. ' !!.$',:,; the obi wi-ach " I If but cue Jiut la I Ku firvd fiom It is possible that Prighams proph eey reiecting the President may prove true, but not, we think, for the reason given. The concluding para graph is decided enough and reUllious enough, we hope, to satisfy the Ad ministration. Klder Ing is also one of the reUll ions preachers. His language, bating the pious cant, would grace well the columns of a Slave-Driving, fire-eating newsoaocr. He said, in the course of a seruisun delivered in the "TaUrna cle:' "Wc have the knowledge of thoe things, and we have the greatest reason to le thankful of anv topIc upon the face of the earth. If others ought to do right, we more, lie full of love .... and of compassion to vonr lellow-be ings. full of kindness, such as hnman Usngs can o;ess, for that is onr UiviiM'ss. .The only business that we have on hind is ro brcird uj the kin: dorn of od, and prepare the way of the Son of Man. 44 If you do your duty in this resject, you need not U afraid of mol.s, nor of forcessent out iu violation of the very genius of our -Free Intittition, hold ing you till iihJs tUl yw. Mvotl Yes ; for whore is there the least particle of authority, either in our Constitution or laws, .for sending troops here, or cuii lor appointing livil ultkcfü tvii- r S I j J ( 1 Additional 1'orelpn New. Nnw Yor.K, Dee. IM. Si'Aiv. An amnesty has Urn grant ed for political affairs and to iktsoti condemned to light punishments. A reat many promotions hd also taken place. Br.uni'M. Tlc election tmk place on the 1! 1st, ami, as far as know n, the result was decidedly in favor of tho LiUraU. Ixma. llie mutineers had bnrnt all the wounded obliers that fell into their hands at tlie siege of IMhi. China. Thelats from Hong Kon are to O. toU-r fIlie Knglish f were preparing to assault Caii"" Knolinp. I he American si Star, bound from Maulmain tof town, hal foundcreil at sia. were saved. Fkanck. Tlic Pank, gained e. Urge amount ol still further reduction of discount was anticipated. Tlic government ha granted a of one million francs to relieve the tressed. T?rTt . tmnv The f,ufh Hlr. Prr ors paper) is enrageil at the ibris( by the New York Supreme Courts the Lenimon case. He Kay: 1 "There is no longer any suc'i thing i as protection unler a common ConstiA tution, or comity among confederate States. From the sublime elevation of her moral sujeritrity. New York looks down iifon Virginia with horroT and contempt. We arc pirates and. outlaws whom the pions peple of y fJotham may desjtoil at pleasure. Shall we submit to this reproach ? Shall we endure this wrong I)es N the affiont admit of no retaliation? x Is the roperty of citizens of New Yoik to U afe under the protection of our laws, after a srlenin judgment, ly tho higUst judicial tribunal in New York, that within its jurisdiction the projicrty of citizens cf Virginia may U' confiscated by legal process? Cah our legislature devise no means for re- dress "of the grievamr. and nvientment of tho wrong? We submit the euject to their consideration.' i Our contemporary sUmld hav pa tiencsi. It is intimateI tliat tlie icn. mon case' will Us cairK-d np to the prymc Court of the Unite-1 Stat..s. Will the Couit which rendereslihe f. mous Drvsl Scott ibrrsioo, racsjut to declare that the Constitution ctV Slavery into all the Stabs. f .VcZtf" ? A.., .a.