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£•5-'«j ..jraV'V w.- •sj kil ik-i .i u, r--M -v I C|c pailji toajftte. ALfRGD K4IW*. Daren jxh rndaj, Augiat 17. IIS5 thate 1 "1 -.is if I f. •f the Republican* have deaired or decire "This is a species tve a free with the 4 4 k*j K-.v II,, G*ttlU Correct one. and that if properly carried out I *re proverbial stickler* for States' Right*, |eM they would deny to the Free State* the (iatttU s*y?: '-General Harrison wa* denounced, in ls#\ as an Abolitionist. Heiiir^'ciayi in v-'• n because Mr. Fillmore was his competitor Sanfo'd Harned, D. C. Romig. Charles D. McC*ll*y, loci Crosman, Isaie Hughs, fkyl Cmty A. L. Collins, David Wi'tse, Was. Mont£ Joshua Jackssa, J. G. Shoemaker. f»H,„ The Hob L*fi*l*iar* It i« the general opinion of the better portion ol'ihc pres* «.r t!»r Free States that by restoring tier. Reedor the President ha* identified him«fif with Atchison and String fellow, :.i»lapproved the proceedings of the M)w ouri Gov Reeder to sotne ex- •Jt *^TMS MPotTucA* tt&rr llWTms'f" 'tentojpa«pd tit? la\vl«yi ojittatioiis ill Kan SCCTtl. »as, and when the Legislature met he *h w The Cnicinn.iii ,u*:.u:u-!« tiitMl* ed tlut a largo portion of thosa |}i HtMlerance to M~- Clia'j an! Ohio pol- who presented themselves as members had iUe«, makes tho subjoined remark* which are no rightful claims to seat*. The dwnraenla .fc&Kiru* and of national'character. In which Gov. Reeder transmitted, in proof of diacuscion of the Slavery question, Mr. this position, were never examined, and and other Republican* take for their these fftegiltr elected member* «ot only text the word* of auch men as Washington, kept their own seats, but tvrned out those Jefferson, Henry and Pincknev, holding to who had the legal and proper credentials.— ike doctrine* which were taught by the beat Th:s it a portion of the facta which make* Jpen In the earlier days of the Republic, and the present assemblage a mere legislative ('fo those decision* of the Suprene Court mob. and prevents any of their acta from #hich declare Slavery to b? a local inatitu- ha\iii£ the 'east binding power as laws. tn |ion,—the creatare of municipal law. None regard to this point the Chicago Jo interfere with Slavery when it is fixed ty'not contemplated, we iincgine, by any but they do cla.n lor the considerable portion of thoe member, of, 'T 7 Northern, the name exclusive miaageraent ou in a conservative, reformatory party. It the Mechanics Bank of Brooklyn, New •eeks to preserve the comrroniiees of the York, which, it savs, the lettering in the Constjtuti3n, both as they regard Freedom •nr! 8!irerr. intact and jovioUte. It look* to the improvement of our river, and bar- Republican ticket successful Xh* fol lowing are the County officers X5/X)0 be pieeu to Captain McLurc. The Syracuse Standard Ifabon. of New York, and that the se ding or excommunicated farty ar- coming out with a manifesto that will make a to TuAlbany a luvestuient in Railroad* in the State of New York is 130 000,000. The Philadelphia Ledger say* the eiecn- centrc guffi County }ot!gi. Prosecuting Atty. Sheriff. Recorder. Surveyor. I'rca .y „liy mea[)t •f their domestic affairs that they accord to of Kansas should regulate their own affairs the Ssathern States, and while they would —certainly without the intervention of arm Hot encroach upon the constitution*! rights #d outsiders from Missouri or elsewhere. ... .. .. Are we to suppose that the President pf th. South, they will re-.st any encro*ch- ,it tjme conltmp UrtU the pet)(|e „puIl,at,that ^pd in thinkin" it the the kind of |nent npon th* similar rights of the North. ereigntv which has been established in Kan This ia the doctrin« of Mr Chaae, and saa? At lea$t we muat suppose that be mW a .i._» —1(.. :..j ^F^ally parried o«U" |t would do much to ailence the angry di*- Px«tMt jcuasions which h*re been »o industriously Thtf" following is the protest of the Free kept up betwe-'n the two section* of the gtate members of the Kan**) L'gisla jjcountry. The madneas or wild ambition ttre, against the action of the majjrity of that body in ousting from their seats those who htd been declared duly elected by Ihe vome political lender* has done much to in doctrinate the people of the South with the (preposterous tie* thit Slavery is a divine liutitotian, the corner stone of republican "institution* and *imilar notion*, and so far Jhave the people of the Sou'h been carried j,i, pretended legislative body, and renders **w»y by »uch teachings_that though they heB Governor. It wiil be seen that the protest as-umes the ground that this action of Ihe majority vitiates the entire proceedings of »nd of no effect. This i* d-»ubt- t(je eorrect we *1*istently claim for theosselre*. It haa been vader the iaflnenee of such exaggersted no tions, that the term "Abolitionist" ha* not j»nly acquired a kind of cabalistic meaning, hut ha* been applied indiscriminately to some of the best men of the country, who though national in all their views, did not mgree with the ultraists of the Calhoun •chool in thinking tbtt Slavery was the last best gift of Hearen to man. Oil this point the doctrine it ought to be and trust that it will be so established by right which they *o loquaciously and per- Congress. The undersigned, member* of the Houee of Representative* of the Legislature of tian.*a Territory, earnestly and emphati cally protest against the action of this House in the adoption of a majority of the Com mittee on Credentials, by which we are ex c'uded from our seats, and disabled from the performance of a high public duty, impos ed upon us by our constituent* and the *u preme iuw of th" laud. We protest against this action, because it is a gro*» and palpable violation of the or i ganic act of the Territory, expelling from their seats persons declared by the Govern- or to have been "duly elected," the only i^the great conte*t of 1£-U, wa* denounced de«r.ription of persons recognued by, or £|2fcs an Abolitionist, because he wa* friendly known to the organic act as member* ofthe '«T!lo emancipation in Kentucky, and opposed Legislature, and introducing persons of an to the annexation of Texas. General Tav- entirely different description to fill their lor was denounced as an AboHionist, be- place*, thus vitiating the legality of iU ex cause h? was supported by Mr. Seward,and istence, and depriving its enactment of*ny wa* in favor of admitting California into the binding force of authority whatever. Union with a Conftilution in which Slavery rc»pecifully request, ta an act of vu not recognized. General Scott wa* *'ro?'t justice to u?,by which our positions 1 'also denounced as an Abolitionist, in 1S52, ma? b® distinctly understood by the country and the for the nomination, end farored by the entered upon the journals of this House. Southern deletes In fact, every p-omi- neat man of the Whig party includ.:it- Dan- Meetings hsreheen held in Washington *iel Webster and Gav. Curwin, were for City, preliminary to the formation of a Re year*., made the victims of a senseless jar- publican Association as an adjunct to the Thr „Cry, h"r0p- "«r*ted we!! for the success of the Locofoco L. party, but w e hope that it has at last lost i decidedly Free Soil. :'it* potencv and icduence. The American Republican party in Ohio Chicago world, that tki* our protest be w I T. -Northern party. The platform is .aid PressnotiMS a CounUrfc.t .ieat 'to con A new County in the North fart of Um| The Washington correspondent of the The following are the names and'the re-' de»n, and that it C'n OD^ dece,v' Ter' P°°r J1"1-"- ,„r.U tt. ••cheisical" or "physiological" distinctions f«tt of its being out of printing pap.r, says :in regard to the taste of water, or the color the Des Moines river is &o low that the pa ,,of the people in the making of these im- per mill of Green, Bragg Co., has stop snrwi r&ssss.'sc: Wh,,e"r Xeoxnk Cssnty. »!ionlJ not interfere with the imprQYinjj of The American ticket prevailed in this that rircr. ^County from 300 to 4M majority. Officers •elected °,h,r i there may be, a surplus of water certainly The Keokuk Whig haras Irom Ibe Re County Judge, i of the I^nd Office at Fort Dodge Recorder. Sheriff. Surveyor. Coroner. that everything will be in readiness for opening the office about the middle of next •onth. Those interested may therefor caunt upon the commencement of basiness ia the new Land Office about the last Timet .. pointed Governor of Kansas accepts the of Tae eartire American ticket arerailsd ia this nl s fice, some excuse will be shortly found for! •TO. 11 .1. 1 i terning him out. We think it more prob- k it •pective majorities on the Couaty ticket: X^amy. A. Moore, County Judge ?. 842 Geo. Duffieid, Recorder 41*7 Tho*. Duffieid, Surveyor 543 8. C. Crawford, Sheriff rne Committee appointed nv the Iluu-e t. u .1 3 h"** kwrB say* it is rumored tk*t tbor is a split in the Grand Lodge of when facta do not sustain it tea- the same data laat year. satioo among the fraternity. Up to llu- 7th inst., the amoitmtvi tolls reeeiveil in the N w York canal* ba* been *ey hml Uet*n in Kansas, as Governor, there a418//)9H, less than the amount rvcejeed would have been no trouble." U'rmu Uic I hw :\fn Pris A Touag and Siaiug State Next u.Illinoii there is no one of the new 8tate^ that given so much promise tor the future Iowa. We gave some figures the other day nhicK illnstra e this point in a verv Trikinp manner the amount ol public land taken up in the State dur'ng the fiscal year l^tS ending with June. The number of airoj« Jurajiii«id in the State w.n 3.'J73, 73. I'nr «lii.!i 64.0il,!'|l was p*!«l into tlio V. S. Trcasiry. There were taken up in Missouri during the same period acre*, fur which only £1,240,271 was pa —11.1,SI.40 less than was paid in Iowa fr nearly the same quantity of land. All the !und* sold in Iowa brought the maximum price of (1,26 er acre, while those in uri, which had been mutiy years in inarktt, t^*uglit on an average but 43 cents say# at "popular toverei^n- Congress who vol*d for the Kansas-Nebras- k# ,„ Th( of September or the early part of October. In Sjuth Carolina fljor is selling at from (A to 56 per barrel, corn has fsllen 30 per 1 rent, within the last two weeks,and the Cotton crop is said never to have preheated •'finer appearance. thinks fiat if the newly ap-' .... __ i aele that Sir. Shannon w.ll do all that may be required of him by Atchison and his con federates. All his antecedents justify that conclu*ioB. The 8t. Lou.s no reason to turn him out. we have no pirV.cutar idmirution for the Ei-Oovernor but it is a mean thing in Pierce u torn hun out blasted with the charge of improper speculation in lands, All Territo rial Governors who have had any sense, f'orn Gen. Cars down, have arquirrd lands in their Territories, and rightly too. Gov. Ran«i»y. a Inrpe land owner, i* now on" of the most u»eful citizens of Minnesoti. But lb in Rsmsey i» a Pentixylvanian not Last I*ve*ti Money i* so plenty in London tbat it is I Londoner has taken out patent for tipping loaned on call at 2'^ per cent, per annum, cigars with *n ignitsble compositioncapalle J7. I of being fired by friction," *o that when a Th« Eiprets states that the tots s i An ingf-niou* smoker wished to light a ci^sr, he b-i* only to rub the end of it against an/ hard stance. lation of that paper for the past month, lias a triangular work, generally constructed in ftvaraged sixl tlitiusaud, three hundred *«d £wnt oi a more exU-xmlve for^ficatic^i, which Mrenty-nine aerdae. i11 P,rlUlly pwtect* ami rejider* an attack it wore diffiml'. per acre-. •fte soil is no doubt na good in uprooting of the human soul. The carnage he incubus which o! the battle-field elevates the soul w itli the Missouri as in Iiwa, but the incubus which of the bait!i»-fio!d clevites the suul uh ihe j, chocks the progress of the form* line nrtde contempt of death the horrors of the dun- I o that tlifTeronce in the original valut.* of Und in tho Uo States. In all dopartmentf the turturei* of the etuke of industry there is an equal dill'. rence. holy love of truth. Carnage, dungeon, stake, Iowa, though eo many years younger as a oppression, persecution, tyranny, beat and State than Missouri, is rspidiy lea\'ing her shake and bend the tender pluut of hum&ni iu the rear in the march of improvement. ty in vaiu, they only strengthen its rooi*. The time ia not distant w hen the some dis- Uut absolu ism—gentle, benevolent, re parity of conditio,i, though starting ith forming absolutism—creeps into every ri nearly e.|ual advantages, will be observable sing bud, cribbles every leaf, and gnaw* at between Iowa and Missouri that now strikes i every root, until life wither*, and the human one so forcibly when instituting a compari son between Ohio «nd Kentucky. The natural advantages of Iowa are ex traordinary. Within her limits arc 50,000 s jnare miles ot as rich soil as is anywhere to be foun 1 in the world in the same com- ov tJ maintain the new djcttiae. Hp* pass- There can hardly be said to he a waste n i acre in the State—"swampland*" are un known there. The greater part of its area consists of a succession of small undulating prairies, well watered, and generally well 1 ions!" flowing through it southeastward into the Tho landlord hesitated what reply to Mississippi, furnishing a great amount of moke, for his conscience began to smite water power, und giving a pleasing diversi- him, when Satan wi'h a hideous groin, look ty to the natural features of the country. ed at the account and said: I find Mr. J. The principal of these are the Cedar, the that you owned three houses in S—— Iowa, and tiie Pes Sloines Rivers, the latter I street." of which rises in Minnesota, and traverses the State diagonally for about four hundred miles. In this enumeration 1 natural ad vantage-, we must not omit to state that no local cauecs of disease exist in the Slate, the Territory, which tn ]S4i) had increased can cune and tire up."—Boston to -J3,OOC». After eight years ol independent existence, [in Iowa was admitted in to tke Union as a Slate, with a greatly in creased population, which in IS60, is shown by the census, had swelled to 193,000. A State census, completed in June of Isit year, gave s population of 3Jt,000. With such resources and such a popula tion, both in numbers and spirit, the pro gress of Iowa is in the ratio of geometrical progression. Up to the beginning of harvett immigrants poured in trout the East in a by next January. We do no! think it extrav- *hort!y ufter this he gently breathed his agant to predict that the census of i860 Well did one 'who sought to •rtbtta will show a population of at least three- (hi* Memory in verse *ay: quarter: of a nnilwn. The railroad improvements in our own Slate for the last four years have been of almost as much advantage to Iowa as to Il linois, by furnishing easy access to its pood and che ip lands. Those designing to settle in the uortlurn portion of the State have gone over the Galena and Chicago Ruad. This season, multitudes have gone over the Rock Island Road and since the opening of the Chicago and Burlington Road, other multitudes have taken that route to 'he land of promise. These roads, with the iiriLii! Central, and others yet t'i connect our Stale and City with Iowa, will be an incalculable advantage to it hereafter. Iowa too is awake to the importance of internal railroad cotr munication, and not many months will elapse before she will have a railroad run ning her entire breath toCouncil Bluffs, »oon to be followed by one of about equal length further north. The character ofthe population of Iowa ia a guarantee that the moral and intellec tual advancement of the State will keep pace with its matrriaI dfvelopment. In no other portion the I'n on is to be found a more orderly, industrious, sober and intelli gent class ol people. Education receives the fostering care which ils importance de serves religion flourishes and a beautiful fabric of society is being built up there. The career of Iowa is onward and upward. Tke Wheat Crop of Iswa. We make the following extract from the Davenport correspondent of the Chicago Prrst:— Inteiiigencrr SS4 ha» the follow- ig remarks on Reader's removair '•This removal is well enough foctheTer .. 1 in* r*-».uv«i wen enousn lor tneTer- ritury. perhaps, but the "land speculation-" of Commons to investigate the claims of the alleged as its cause are a false pretense Commanders of the recent Arctic Expedi- 'f Retder's movements brad been as un tion for a rewitd fo' scoverin» a North- objectionable as his land operfi'ions. there 'west passage, have recommended that ^U'f I would like, in this connection, to States for this year, in the table allujed to, in n tned in round nuniberj, with ocrasioti ally a variation nt half a million, as in Iowa The crip of l*5u i named at 1,530 000, and this year, in this State, it is put at from Eeeder's dietrtrt. If such a man as R^m- Tut. '2 TEamr.l.E i iMi—We I nie before alluded to the The number of bounty lnnd warrants U int reetirg lutein i n the »nr contributed sued since the lirst ol June is 10,49i, which to the columni* of the New York Imlepen- is at the rate of about 8,0tK» a month. There dent by l'rof. R. Solger, ol this city. We are 8Ol.t»0O applicants so that those l:.aton clip the following—the closing pura^rnph tha list cun culculate how long belore their of this week publication—for the benefit turn comer, and wait patiently—if of the admirers of Rtifsian Absolutism in can. this vicintijje :—Pot. Trans. "Never, hefure Nicholas, wm the boist, "I nu» tlw fctah ," more ihun a bravado. Sever, before him. ha* the li*aii-ide.il of ab^oiuiiriu become u reality— the beau-ideal ol using up every force and energy of the people, wliet.ier intellectual, moral, or in dustrial, as raw material to feed the adiuin istrntivi' machine. It is something more than a morbid leeling, sir, whioh makes the name uf Russia detested by the people of Europe. It is the instinctive outcry of revolted human dignity at the systematic the geon br'^hten it whh the pride of liberty: j.-,hnmtfri* Norh* exult individual U left an empty stalk, without the marrow of either reason, conscience, or will. There is a difference between Eug land and Russia still A Tihajit's Dream.—Mr. •, .1 had a dream the other night of mo*t a pe culiar nature. I dreamed I was in the pres ence of his Satanic M-ijesty, who wa* in the fork of two road*, deciding which route the new comer from below should take.— supplied with groves of timber. Of mineral* The person whom I recognized as a former it lia^ an abundant supply of coal, lead and landlord approached, and Satan looked at gypsum, and ill agricultural rcs'.uirces it i$ him, and opt-ning his b'ij book turned to lii-s unbounded. With an eastern water-line account. ou the Mssissippi, the State stretches to the "Well, Mr. J." said Satan "do you think Missouri on the Wcdt, touches Missouri on you ought to take the right road to Para the South and Minnesota on the North. It dise, or pass down the left is intersected by some half-dozen streams, "I did." "What did they cost you!" '•Four thousand dollars each." "What did you rent them for!" The landlord here hesitated, and declin* ed answering but he wi.s informed thatre- 1 and thiit the climate is milder than in the States further east Ifetween the ssinie paral- fractory spirits w.re treated to a brim IcU of latitude. stone bath, and at once conf ssed that he I order to afford convenient points of com- obtained live hundred dollars per annum for parison in the career of this younjr and *ig- each. oroua State, it will Ut necessiry ti recur "I thought so," said Satan. "It i*,al to its early history. In 1838—only seven- lowable to charge ten per cent on the cost*, teen years since—Iowa was organized under if th£ landlord keeps them in repairs, but a separate territorial government, having i you did not do this, and ret you obtained previous to that t'liie been under the same I over twelve per cent. Tfiis was extortion, government as Wisconsin. At that time and therefore you are not my iritnd, so! ortsvn. there were only sbout23 000 inhabitants in just walk down and sit in my chair uMii I li warn them in time agaic st a higher ra'x! floodlide. Fr. early spring till that time, died, expressed a wish to hear read some a continual stream of wagons went over the Mississippi at all the crossing places, and the population of the State must have been rery greatly augmented within the last six months. We believe it is quite within bounds to sav that it will recch half a million "Hi» aua went 4ow« In iI'u«lUa* «kte», A*sureil upon lU^ m-rtt to riac| 1. lovtier arrav. I not Uk* r:n** .K-clinfr.f tlgltt, T«» v*«.»h tucm ujfh.n to rtifu, Thft li wtt-rx Very few people, or 500,000, Storm sub- A Rei^*.—In miiitury phrase uRedanii even builders, are aware of the advantage of wetting bricks before laying tin m, or if a are of if, they do not prat tire it lor of the many houses now in progress in this city, there arf very few in which wet bricks are used. All wall twelve inches thick, built of gotd mortar v ith bricks well soaked, is strongerin every respeet than one sixteen inches thick built dry. The reason of this is, that if the bricks are well saturated with moisture, they will not iib-tract from the mortar the moisture which is necessary to its crystahzaiinn anil on the contrary, they w ill unite chemically with Ihe mor'ar, and become as solid a* a rock. On the other hand, il the bri ks are put up dry, they immediately lake all the moi-il'jre froin tin- mortur, i,vin» it to dry and harden, and the n-nsefjuence is that, when a building of this description is taken down or tumbles down of it* own accord, the mortar from it is like so much sand.— Scientific American. lode to a ino«t absurd statement or estimate deep water, and was there nearly taken with of the Wheat crop this year in circula ion, er guij e of the scripture he clothed himself with cursing as with a garment. Democracy. less than a l!ion o( bushels of increase!— Now, anybody knows that the population of mond I)ifpatdt, litis lost by the yellow lever this State has incr'-at'eil over fifty, nsy sev- isport, hi father, mother, sister, broth enty-five per cent., and the qasnti'.y of vr-aunt, offered ih Evasstille.—On mor» Saturday last, Evansville, Ind., was visited mer, Bibcock 4. Bros Robert Barnes, 8. E. Gilbert Sl ,,al Whig Co John Ievi-r?ux, were more or leiis injured by unroofing nr other effect* of the storm. Heveral persons bare. ly*»raj»ed with their liv?1. —Buffalo brothfr-in-law, nephew and cousin, wh*nt in every discc'ion this vear i« more '°f whom died within a few day* of «*ach thon double tliat ol last y«»ar. Tlif crop of other. Tlmre w ere ur others in the fami 1SI", which the cfneus of 18./I enumerated 'y- m-ikinj t'.vclve, every one of uUumwete was o very short crop, while that of 1855 swept off. will be iinprere-.lt nted in quantity, both t. acre and to the increase of ipuUtion, and the increaiie in the amount to be gathered bv the hleot fori! r*. Good judges say the uheat crop of I.r.va this year will ex eecd 3,000,000 bushels Money IB Ni* y0*«—Th* Poft Arrival* al i.e Inirn H«'U»e. J. B0KTI.S, I*n111'u11 von. S Tim .\^ut I*. it with the Kt VrUe.h Crviitftvo K A '1 :i"r, t*d K II V iiw.iiii.-r. rini'i.a* ll ro n, T.-rri- H»«l« A Gmno, A ATuruiri. N vr A v. u\y. o N Mi Jh WtillBllvmt, IVlin FmiUlon. I]vu1i»rte!d K .U'T!». ajutilo Win' VV Ortinuv, Chiclf* Mm drlwar 1, Miilionn. I) W I" Wiltshire Alrnlv, Li A IS) Cuiiuun, Me tifnU, Jtl V«TB«a V i re.lar H«|»i»ta K.1I Kolley, low* ('lit O ritr«(n», StUtwal(*r h!t» I. StMiili, Mollne Purtncle« Cc»Ut»*®0 i 44 I 1) P* lH( W«r K L.M. I MaffeJ K*«n«ligr, lad h« W .1 Ciilbf»rl. Uubu|uf#- Yri*e, KromnvilU'.Tex \'^llinorl 'l ifthi, Ohto Louis ..'*u|'lolh Kfokdfc J1 STEAMBOAT BEG1STKX. Ztpt by las. Xallin, Front 8tr**t. .VBKtVKH. iaim 'eory 1 lint. H.itM. M-ntreM. K»5»t Areh.filill.f.ritloiMU' l^»n«rtn*. Ailiir. Muoratla*. I m»1a, Hurlow, I ouit fi Minn««n!n Kum(«raoBtBoalT«N M#nU"V. Ktrk.'r, Paul. HKHAKI'KP. J#ODjr Liud, H.JrM OaU'aB Royni Aroh, (jlimc. U«l*na* J.u«U Harl« f-'mil. 188 PfUHTlMG Havtnf rv**nn r.Mfivf.i an aJ.huon to our iaifa aat^rimont .f r. r.-'feHSY TJiPl# Giixttte Offitf, Juit^?9lh, 4u3. D»vonpor ]VXarh.ot C»rrtclt4 R+rrvFRONTPretffma%t rt if Million MBIKH4III». STKKIT. Flour, Kutter, "Whe»t, !.!OPrt«, •IptaWf l^»HouUr». S^Sfdui. Barley, AO Bucxiu llama, Oait, S31 KboulU*r*t Hi.lo C\rn. 4WL»r.1. P«,0 tnttieesr, r. .%i tUush., P.-Ut.vr-i, FrairUHay, M,00«l!0,u0 Oii)on«, TiYqr I .W Urio JUturrtbrmfnts. A BAKE CHANCE. VNV*hd'l'tirtffau fw»r «t Aj.j.lylo A* C. Kti-lUN. Ao^on 'KSA-.t lw LK CE^RXT, 4* PI.ASTK«!XG HAIR luntl and fora^leby *T5 UALZEUSA BBO. 1 f\ HOXKKPK AHtST \K FttOCT RSBRA91 1U 1^4m K». I, 5J L°uftiitiul?ou Uazrtte. To reliere any fears that our fellow eiti x.*ns may have in reading the above, we would state that it ia peculiarly applicable to those localities where money can be had at per ct. per annum. Here men may venture at C2UG AK HOLSJ:: 8VKI H, A S. 1 Dtuii Woans or Melan tho*.— It is related that Melancthon, jst before he choice passages of scripture and this desire having been met, he wa* asked by hi* son in-law, Sabinu*. whether he would hare anything else to which he replied in these emphatic words: "AUtndr,nihil, U. MOLASSES, O iu k«fa»u4 Hlf. pc-r cent on rents, but we I (HHI I.BK. tABV AhdKII HAMS. tiiln Artietslo atora «nil f..r at.eis EXC1IANCE ON UEttMANY. 'I HK uivK*r*ifiie«! are sow preptre.' i"(jr«w tir*et ua Uicf .(lowing tii.u«.lu »uu,« tvaau imfeamww. iifrltii iu Piua«i&, 1 o|i*n» lu Ui(ii* tuxuay, I amu- 1 Hrenii 11 Kamt'ii rjt Frank f..rt. nisi, eotlum," Bi)THiiB ihe, bit heji^ex and and olicit iup iu.iiiia of all these haviag kaatosas Vilh l^Mf itica CiiL'BU, MROTHER. It* WTOW CO- 1 ne vkw »h ill^Ww( So boufi't, no a U nf te«w cmiiHMtoWt Hboats cloti'l or »k«d«nr «u» lo Ihfti eternal U Wmtis.. kick.—It is important that every ore engaged in building shuild be well informed in r. gard to the durability of materials. We publish the fullowing from an exchange paper: VXC" 11ANUK OX, AI. I. IHE •I pnnnr.al rtlie* UiU"Juk« HI Hb, HKUTHKK, 1 I Ussirt Swiaaiao.—Perhaps we should •ay unsafe dressing. A sto'y is whispered bout of a gentleman in this city who left his raiment on the beech, and went into ps al beholding a rag-picking female taken from some commeicial paper, either l"1 h's shirt, white pantaloons, stockings at Bt. Louis or Cincinnaii. It is radically •"d cravat into h«r baskpt and vamose.— aud ridiculously defective. The crop of Tnat mm's costume after ith can bettter 1349 is copied Irom the census returns of he imagined than described. H' i. t-aid to 1850, and the estimate for the present year have principally made up the deficiencies of is mere conjecture. The crop of the twelve his wardrobe with blasphemy. In the l.in- HA MMO W it CO CTKllI.INti Mil.US torXiaadup»*r4 O k CUUBB, BKUTtlKR, BARROW A CO •I'tti (hiikvr* lift Still at the Old Stand! 1H V K now j-.rt.l «t.». k. of t!»•* 1 ,tril. 'e« wrk.'-tl HMI .it at prir^!, auU i»f t|fmltiK-e taai will *ivr sauatociKia. An*. 1CM Kr-ml S|. -_',1 ,|.»..r rail ol M.na. WOLFF & KOPPE, l-IO Hil lain sir«-ei, mi. I.ouU. tl*., .'.a.sir t... vn.«,,u «.."•! DIIMX TIMP HTi:ns F] GEHMAN, FRENCH & ENGLISH FA NCY GOODS, VNDWIimwlm-11tli VAKlKIV ur-- ri -ii u.j» ihcir Cttll St«»ok 1"« -in v11•* iL«: »t fiUiuii |«ur rttav»rs. Their atvck C4mprite# aoioiiftl ulbrrt, r\i. Brnahc*, tMVitine Hap«rt 8*11 t'iTii ITV A I Tarimt B»r«. l'inlirells,iOiiD. PtMo'la A Rider COiTP Miles II I'Odwin, in the office of the Ric h- K"«r*r"' named .Po».!. FU,k., Shot Helti r»& cent. Th? lower rtite to Toys. Dol!s & Fancy Notions generally* prevalent. The whole range is five to wv'*n by a terrible hurricane. Four large houses counts.' were blown down to the ground two men who were at work on the houses wer* very A few year* ago it wa* general aubject severely injured. The Stori-s occupied by ^or 'einarklhat only two State* in Ihe Uni KeeKr. Farnshy & Co., Alluring &. Brum- for loans and six to seven for di*- I °"r Governors,all the rest b»ing present lirn" there ll irocrats. At tin are only three Northern States having Demorralie Governor*. These are Illi nois, Ohio and New Jersey. All Ihe rest having heenfill' by the opposition. Perrua«ion aj.a, Vo'iifiiHtitlerv, Viol'im, Omlara & Ai cor Glove* ttixl Shirts. ilr.ni., W'orl nmi»rta Ho'/iaot- Violin A (iuiinr ^trin|fa, WooU'ii Varna HcatUainJ HraralirUt in (rwai varit t. Pii«« mh| .No«U'*af Kiilttinp Tlily J'Miut &i>d |Vo«'il», vl»v*«, india HuJrier lir«taii aud »*rv IV Hanr? Soap* Ooal^ndt olhur Kpoul foil..it. PnU'iit Th read* aod Nm v it* i lUftM'a.H for Hiib, Evening of Raturduy «f.ys: "Money eoiitinuc-s in the (.reate^t bhundanre in the inirket f"r temporary mid o^her loan?, anil ia fre*ly the brokers at live arid sii per iKt-r n4 k rajs. t5ott.ni Fringoa, U fi»- K.mr) Bella, Pla)ii.|f i rd», together with Confci' B'iMkiiit, Mrirblt»a. jHaakc -. fiOokln^ OUaaea. i Wool Shoo, Gar Sf? it Caap*, Knives, Ita/ GvW Ai i ilt Ji-wel lK|^)oti*, SputUi-ie, (Ki* tiai«« a»»»rtnufit of chant* wi'l (ind it ia llu I'xntnina li«f««r» Mi Iwiuir lk« r«b) onaOietl to aelt aa low at ai h^ia torii dvaltir. angl313ui Sirera ortatl i tli SALT! salt:! JQQ HA KKfc.iS Wall, for aale. ^Isffllfinrous. FIELD, BEAHDSLEK 4 CO. IMI'OIM KK- ASO PEAt.KIJx IN I'icci: t»r E N S W U A Si. J»^ '. i N -!*««.. -1, I tMllf, M«., HAVK Cincinnati O Viai)ctnuit lit M-.w U O. a a ltd uoni| lau alock tiHt gp...ls kiiiU'-l-' I'T lht» Aatamn and Winter Sale*, an itri* pi i. ii i n|.nu willimi\ inbliiiig hots* laiho INII 1,1 JS I A II Si Tuo mock i-.h,» v' IV in oi' tUc 1.1 tfgM^a, vU OLOTiia. Caasimerei, DoeaklM« Batinatfc, TweedK, lean*. Corduroy*, Velveteens, Beavers, Pilots, Flushings, Petershams, Whltneys, JJ 1. A N Kwr, TAIL0ES' AND CL0Tu£2a' IMXWXm. A LO.MPlKTk. Nf'fctK OK Neils' Furnishing (oods. An liivuuu«»ii is lit rc*» r« WT.Ut HANTS, (. Lul It 11 KS AM' TA M»K«. *thhmjr Iho rhy for th" of t»tiyhie ?'».,il« In tliie linf, lo rxauuiio our »lock ixffore rottkUif their Mrt'tlllM-X. AW Hrlio, Hiiin^rttntUCteMii MooUuk. Pmktf, Louts. f.rep do I»3P1IlffTXNO 1 a 1'jrJ to a o» nratl)-. i«pe hrn|t H».« »urk can JOB „full kti.an.fn .lttr ui.lv unit ii?#i«K' ef Ch(coj:». It my do min ordrra will rec»-1v*|'rtmj»t «tl«tition. KlbJ.ls BK \HISLKK & CO. Aug.*1.!r0r«1A:wem "^J.C.OU AVs PATKNT iHfiiiiij: ,\c iox i U.N AM FOitr* Pl'MPS AM) Pl'MPISG EKOIXKS 'I t,.. r'l wonht lin Ue tll* mt-iMion i'» Ihe j.nl.li. gi»ner.iif* }'hii|mi» u* tho bt'M Pumfk n.iw iheitr'tt«trt4r lfot» tirKlI«v:iiH) nnt t»t or.iur Well u'tuj»t•'il f.» I i"-1)foroiUhwui"r U Furruuvv KolHii|r MHN, Pnj.»*r MilU. Kurl SUtflon«rv Fir# Kwjtinet. i**rtU-u i (1 fir rim, m.u !»r ::ll |*u|»oai*a Inn- u FuniJ- Kfit or «l «la bv iloou V.ANbKKS A- DAVtB. be 11 ri- now In u»c mi 1.11 111" |rknripal i Rai'r.wU Scti'ili nil.I «M. jrII.VKK MKIIAI. uwar.l-.l l" 1'iiiuj.. al tllf tnlr hai of llu- lii'» ,Mwlia«ic»' lii«li«nti lj'pi-'iill anil |«.rf-cl lif irli.n rii«wi.l«i-d In all «»i'» Hlirrc |ir..|.,. |Ul il|. u. ror-llnf In Jl wtimi» I It rO'il'Tl th.inl.fi.lly rc. rlvrduu4 |in,m|U Hllr.1 l»j MO.1KS A I.I ITI.Kff, nldi'Ml Burr.iws f*r«tl} I miati'.i Kri.ni Mr.-ri. tiH«-,'ii.or1, ln»a. ,\u. IStli. I-SS .1 liu LUMBER! LUMBER!! ALL WHO WAIIT n k 1" n U. o 37 otic TK»i««UIMl.T-i.1. I1K .1 i, Iiii* ln'.l) nr. II il.-ll-t 1 f1«i th:»t run fnrnl»h on* tfitrtl of the flrtl n o i i i i i K a i U o u lilnnt rottd*u«*, mit «iUk*m« fuu0« f»r oar to Bv0 y*«ra mp«r««iit t* r^«u DHT CIICA^ LUMBBB SHIINI 03L.E3B, l#AK .i TU. v ^r* flv»rin ant m*tio«ii. cwlttiiu-, nrwetl j» '«U lo 1 ftbo Tfet'.'iit I btf.lit ro'-iie*-t»*«i to- r-ninftj Kactur}, U10 firupftvlort IWi tatsfuurt I tl.nV llrc »i offer i.\pui:c!Di:%ri:n viorrcm^Ti i 11 I hif p3tr».-. 1st St. Louis. Davenport aid St. Pan*. THE PEOPLE 8 FAST PACKET. I' O.M. \N I.HNVKKS, vAri. Tiu, Tobaeeot and Cifirt. I inf Inrjrc of »up«HA« ml cbutcr D|Tttr». offer Ihvut lolln THKaMfri)j Battkaii, M1H1 ft 9 door* b«'»w U. ii Tt«».To Hid* »t a «ntaU »»l*oiirw. ftugU tlt JAi »B %VK \VKN. Jf.. A CO. (ilJMK A- .Ti:\Vl-.IJ.. Uouse, Si^n aud Oruamrntiil X'Aiiatcra. Claiteri, bralurrt, Pafcrlla«|rri, \v Vanuus knuls "f 'l a. 1 off",-. Mniuaes, aaaar, Foaps. Caiidlee, WtH.^iMi Wxre »iij u 1». vr.s Cora Stirrh aad Saps for Foddiags Prap d. Coeoa, Corn Meal, Crsam Tartar. Hsminy, Bap. Carb Rod a, Table Dairy Salt, Tsast Pewders, Kics, F^p, PnlVd Baleratns. Citron, V* Sal Soda, Carranl^ Na'.mrgs, Raisins, Whole and Shaker Preserves* Ground Ginger, Macaroni. Pepper, Vtrmaselli, Cinnamon, Whit* Pish, Allspic*, Mackerel is litts Maoe. and Hf BBls.. Pickles, Crdfish, PepperlMM. Bed C«rd, Trinito Kstchuj^, C'.othel Um. Mustard, Starch, Vinegar. Kosin, Whale and L&iril Ml* Indig*. Sperm, Star, and Pig Bine, Tallow Candles, Copperas, Alum, tfcn., «f«o„ drn. Johnston's Extra Camden Mill* Flour. Duv 1.1 "ft. 'I•'* I- New York Fruit More! LEMONS! LEMONS:! LEMONS!!! KLUHH'fiKAf S'| J- PH K.Vs re ml Iter if Mtjfr, o pp-Mlte |h« Imj t'Ulf. It ff-l. of l-'.niuiie Hi ll Orau^pn. Iim L-) lut: LUX ut ioilll AL*»M— A liirgf 4|iitti«tily of Apple* fir anH Ky Mm* Bh|. o tMa«ur«. feju^ea. He«r». »ttu all kiou« uS Pntft tkeir *»a*»n. Giv i ll at th« Vurk Fr»U Wnn. L.C. KI.IIHIIM.K. J. Au«. l.*4h, irij lif IMUI.F.K HAWKKS. Vorls. Parana VaUety Good, jM AMMOTII STOCK OLOTHIKra!! HMIF l»KAl.KK« i.V A V K K! f' N Kvt-r to thia nmrkrl. Our trox|». hato I'vci pun ti W lluJvr*.. ma. Auctions. w lir»t on On Duffili, Kersejii' Trieotfi Felt*. f~" Vestinp, Satins, Velvet*, Serge*, Satin Ohines, Alpaca*, Linsryi, Cloaking*. 1' S, ilv.ll Iim. I,|„iri. fill I'lrt !l KM. t.lill A,.I j|, larr-li»:lxnf -.uv.-mi .Iwiii,, toreuUlu oii.iliiiiiiirr.l l.i,i!,|.„„. til' month". i»rrci,..f. Ie" """i Ilea ..f Fluiirii if ,„j «tr. Ti. m. cl,a,„r, tu»«i otJ»ricf M»l. Hlnik r«»mll auderni met ^RGisxr, A«t .ror pr„., jiitell S. JH.ir CEO. %. general iakd agej F»r tha purchase j-ilij *1 n.„'r. fMtns, improved or tciBirrn-td 'V»!t,r!' I adjactat tountics. W1U eoJIcct cwT'" taxts for non-ret,lds»t, £ty »cd J" -W1 Warrants tr locate the «umt in trict in the State ln7. ini ij,. Office Corner Main andBtet ad it, DAVKM'qet, I( \V( CITV LOTS AND FXSIErKCal For Sale and Fcr Et„ 1 I I V I'KOFF n V vn i.mi iiir SO. 1'iO— ljr" IT»mi l|(ii„ m,, J, liith.wilS twnHtiir.- Kumii, a, ih« N... «„.i Ht..r,aimHlpW)-pri(ll iwin-ii Harriwti |4j, NO. 1*1— A Two Story 1)77, k IJ„a»f k%Wi !Mr«-t, u..-1.1.6-1*5?' M). It.mi. 1 ri, b|. evrfekitgfil tur iikdu r*rt?«T it 4ih Ftrt«i tSUj.ui ... -i.«l sauadw,! |V..1.'Oi jaf.t I.l Hie jinn 1...I. II.1"I *Uk on .nillll J(0. irf.t on tbtf fofiu-r «»f Mtoin u wstViiiM.."1^1"11 yo. 110—T».i llouira Lot. aa lh» ».«_ twwu AUt..1 »»J rUrrl*,,. Stro.1. WiliktSJl, ra.k ur kai,ai,irtr Ui*. No. JI 1IM. ,Se S.J Ur i*™' Churrti. uad •n. s pleauut i 6 lb* "-'i l' "t lilt- Urj- |-H.t:ir«. Karl'.ri. I.Ht- .i. «ll-nli-ll O' aim l.t,t l,rouf^,J u I*'"*!*- itmn 8eott Coaaty Far** We havvnov Wn.itir fufuiah or ro':*h l* inra r*ki*. u) |«u«rn iltfftifrd aA«l ai F'iukiii U.rf..,|, »ln^ -4«* Aui»t I* 1. nr« Ifti. i.nn, i« umlar ruUi K6«fi. '•I i Iflltil f. ktSa «|M lb *r..«t iul« ttnrm*. II U| Aj fl *4 »«U, I«»** t»« Wall,. 1 (f( rbub U l.Mi'nr iti! t».-r Mb HAMKI.NGK»N% •1 :& i tu*f nii.1,.,^14^ 4 U«V. i f...l tUp«rbrc Mt. l. 1: K ItH aid jl Ijru tlu'iM-vi". i* *Ui»i ti» 1 a *iM f»p»r»*«« i e:.Urr t»t»« t»« u a 4i«t wurh lb«*« lUem-foro r« i »th »u jTrn^rou* lUem-foro pHblu' SO. n^ic lw«»M Kyrih Bit* Ml lb«* Tel tfmvU t»lH* Irwu SO. Ill# -A lUi men s, 4 «I*M ViM 4 UmI is nit a b- b*t rriMi.1 I mm! »oil—jrlcr $»ti/rr*rr». l-u. -A i.lr iii .Iurn»jf 1 ..^iib'ia.ti L)Ui» Jt.-l I. e«iI If«c 1 n ti-ri,ie!uU' hti«i it i» llictf a«»*4Uiut rf )u *l*| 4 "ill KtfoW»i Farm BfSWirrw^^ mt» W«*t« Iiv«a*r»»iMu4ri-ij?»• u»j,. an Tittrru kUixt Lrti ff XO.IM- Ji Kami «ti nit*. «i.U. tulliuiii i.. Hi) rr» w T.al^r.tM I Kr«m»- du. ai.d a if. mr Un».»c 3 wrIU «J «irea?u «»t aalcrri*iit:i tMi^ Uic cii lu oa«l« ti UM. K(. l« a h«aitiful 1 rart of isad tc -•|»ort, of aria* itl« b«auful ('UiMii.f Ml«*a. B. STCFHRSs PORTRAIT PAINTING. n I 4 r, .rvru W fM.!#1 Iflllljr .1IH4MMIUM* l||.» f«l'/.-||» I»r Uu« CM por. HI-I I- Uiitj. w \im\ Im- iaVi 11 rixiiim lit ttir •n •It. that iie i. x•« t«• ..11 «ir iiiruM.-U iiiiii in i Mti*U* U«r UlsiiUW, »M UM) Ul*4*^4 M(H Tlrn |»kU if are respectfully »*-1 o cull at ol 4b« art on exttibl llou Iht re. AuKU, «j 1 vT t:' 111! S. to pur «tort*. utuki ro iiUo l.ir il Iw it'v it* (oi •k vligrhu %f u till) Jilli ol W U il «|mi|,.iI ..ir fNtiru k r.-a.ly for lit t»Wli V 1KI a(I of I'm 11 U**U alia I b«» sal lo aio- our ol.t (fioi.fta an*' coM.MitHra, as ,,i... w u'. i. to v i «alit of u» Wlor -,to wltofii wi- »i I oiiow our *look wtUt IIN) .- HifM-'nt 1-aU If'-r lil 'lll 11«» huv«« no ti} li«Ul. BUTTER BARGAINS tUait nu\ otli.-r hui.a# in llie Weal, ns »ur ftool v ill U VKHV L.\«UK iu».l our o »J,hIi- to at»ll ouli l. un |o f004l nittii, ai*J lor ui«i tlt torml.iHd to •at,i. i.ow M.v l.N «v i ui. au? ..11 N'»» I umI IN AJaii. I I I A!J Tfce lli.u* ..-w, |»ri..- »l •Ati"!!! 0. A *,rit ..I 1 try A i».*al roiucw riWD and anyS-lm niflkiiijf th»«»r uri hun^a. 4 Foreign irooila, «lirt?(-l from tb« maioifac* i inf lli« |ro8t oi the KaaU'rn linp«»ri«jra, i.ml tv monllt*t UaiUactiu 3 1 'i $4tU iioii, 4. u. Mx AlJMi. on Jtorih «v'.A- i1) I1REHH TtMOTHV HBHI. |i an ^Iia. Iiiatore aiMl I A«|p l.v HAlZKLI. k BHO w. KKIXT, No. 1 White Ftrb. &\r Jy *14 B. fc W. l&KU.Va 21) HiiLH, N«m HMI. II- & W. IfRtlsV. Hi trie) ^aiioy! n/Af VV) nr ,iiKi-s w AXTKD I„ *bu.b tti„,r Hull in A'if "W tf f'*"? Lup'tli-^ iu* a r.t A A pro Imitators of Wood and Karbl*. Third Street n or i. ^ner i Rrady. all^nd tu i.It «r«!«r»fu onrtsno of *itt. promptm*** utul «-aiv. Wt» oiilif »urs» tuir Irteiiifo .»nl ih«t tuir l«*Hal ib»l! tM» «il ih»* Imj»i and uur wurk ttnuqukl**^. K«*n 4 tlup.-d '.tvV. it. i*f «i 4 M, !:*«, front wfenb tbrrv 11 *iui rttt« rticr M-rpef) u| .-n tola I he r' arc fli.e i.tiuc^totirUea/rUs KUiii left at iim alf't e. MI. -A Ii4.t .»f|T6 urrf»iri.--.tiua^to| dim if-r the Mu*raline Jaaeti» jMCf, 40 i.i m.ltvaUoii ai»4 V Ol r«*rk. $i-«'j«r am*. Jai]lt| lnrff« aurnber of !.»!•, all '•*M««K«»*»4irfr, at '»1», fr./i-r la/r.aailli '4Mt^4a*e^i«|K#ii oi a IM.u wula Hi" b« ac«ti atour ofttf. Rorth Saveafert bari«laotr«» Uu» tola* ii*2 4 r.« t«i»c«a, fliiulo tl, f#»r alc tn *£. J^a*rl fc) LaiuIIIIC, arauc n.i]ferrtail( Xast Earmrort SSt^U iu full v ,u» oftbi* rti n, K. I iii'tf. 'rU-«« raiif inf ,.iu tltKj n t.i ulMt li»» earlivular. vk^uiri- k! our* It if. Orsaa't td Additica Mlnt .m3J..i..l ith (tiet-u, mil i»rt«vHn,l lwa»*i.uu'. »lul.iu3l Kci,in .ntnliiliiiT. «i tm«u—est) +Mn .-h.i.. Kclntoih AMitiea: I* lots OB tkt il III .Ml llil. tli'.!.'"3'1 Iriet-t turjinc r.uiK |3rt to fSMiT.fc Uut Law. Wloti.l, aulirull •itaau-iliuil. loR,(orlrHM. I'll tlatli ai.il liiirriMti. .Ir.-i li..•fout-lv lullHell) eor|luriliau,ii Urgr Bum' nl')". 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