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   Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - February 8, 1860, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               FUKT nAlJNE (U Ji AJN ...._ __ VOLUME 2, FOUT WAYNE, INDIANA, "WEDNESDAY MOUSING, FEBHUAItY 8, 1800. I'orl Wayne Rqiuhlicui PETER P. BAILEY, ditor, PublUlini- inul PiMpHdl I9JUJ.U BViinv jii.tt Terms I'ur Year in Atlvmicv. RATKS Oi' iaiii.miii-U-n.ontinsii.-lii i three- months Ti, nlf fill. aiv mouiln..'. 'I'J, three iiiuii'.hs fliu-fourth CiilimiiiiOiir HO, months IS, Anno undue OiiiJld-iUs. "ilia', unionliU- ci.lnni.1 i.r'iv mul a Imlf 'All kiiiiliftf Jail Printing and ex rente J tritli iu-.ttiiii.-u and WASIMN-UTON, Jin .'III. A different stone presented itself I from lhat ofywlvrday. 'J'lu-n, I Demuerals tcok their noats wmilWd smile.-; and of HHWWAI IhU tiiu niiiS, a thumler-.-loiul in it.t bhieke.it 1 rv o-uld not k-d.nkor than Hie of those KanieKentU'iiu'ii. The ei's was above Iheir Kvery one admires the fluent inn in whidi Sherman's friends clun-ed 10 In all tiie history ofUnngm S lat tics therj was never so line a m The wvro chunked wit out :i wurdttf command, for ny iioininriiii was made in the cauctli. TJiL-re was i [I, need that mir nu-n slnmld t L l, voles; they felt Ihuy were They were not under the nweodity of 1 m ding in Ihe inidty envelope of jjjneraiitiu.si U iiK-onsisu-nev. 0 There IIM jiwt been ti 1 oriliBlIuiisi-. J Mr. Sherman moved for n ballot, and t manded the previous question. The fen p tcrau ]KSan lillibusk-nn- called furl! 1 .'leettni: or thu Kondiillvillu Acricu tin nl Noeietv. In purMCuici; of it call ofthe Socrota iu the SL-coinl annual tueeliiii; of the Soeie n held in Kendallville, on Thurs'la 7 Jim. -.Mill, 1800, R Clark iV-si.K-iit, intlieUliHir.aiiJJulm Milch i- Secretary. The Treasurer presented I lir-st iinnnul as followi which wax a proml by vole of the society to wit J' The undersigned .submits (he follow! t, report of the receipts nnd ihe society for the yeur ending Dec. llLs u llSjlJ-0 r du Tit-kctii iiuld r KXI-KXIHTURK-J. FurPrhitins do ft uiul track CM ilu of 171 The Cliurlottu Cunvfiitlun. Thu Uharleston Mercury is not i' with Iho arrangement of the Dctnocra J National Convention, which is to meet f> that city next June iho urctjonduntnce L'u iho Northern States being too great to su ils notions. Il say.i, if i.i admit Lc u iho Convention will be composed thus yilllB ST.VTK-I. Votes. Vote Maine, 8 Illinois, Now Hampshire, 5 Michigan, Vermont, Wisconsin, Matsiii-lms-i-tt.'i, lit lowii, llhode I'slanJ, -1 Minmvota, New ;to Ciilibiniia, New Jersey, 7 Oregon, 'J7 Ohir., si Total, li) States, IS Indiana, 13 Votes. i 111; Vwiay. 1U; Alh-i, 7 Taylor Dawwrt McKcan li. Un motion of Mr. Sherman iho Uon proceeded lo tho election of 11 servant arms. lioeock, Uarrid of Mil., Cwlfux a Onrnettweix1 appointed tcller.-i. Jiiefore the vote was announced, I-'onn. wtw riworn in. lloHhiiiii was elected St gciint-i-.t-iiritw. Hu 111 Uru brennerU2. On motion of Window thu speaker w aiithoriwd the Triul ofSloplinuv at.i.'hnrlcstun. Charleston, Feb. The towni.-i thront ed today to witu-J.u tlic irial ul Ktqihi'i one of the Harper's Kerry conspirutow. A 11 o'clock, the Court opened, Judjje .loh Kenny presiding. The Grand Jury wa sworn. The delivevvd hi.s i-liarg mil in referring to the llarpur's Ferry i 1 "II is known to you. and i i ow a purl of tlio history of tho count r) L1 l int on the night of tho ICth of OetoU. ast. a band, uf traitors, murderers tilkl in slcuUhily made n descent on th soil of Virginia, in the county of Jclferrfon 1 and wantonly murdered several of our cit izciw, with the design to incite our slave to revolt nnd subverl-.our Sonio of these dcspennlota and others, t i upes cf designing were capture 1 tried nnd punidhed according to dc serts, but there are snnif engaged, or -.su posed to have been engaged in this foray w 10 have not yet been apprehended am others who are believed to have actively cnguged in this tragedy, but who are not yet known to the public. It will U. your duty and I believe your pleasure also o inquire who ivuS guilty of polluting our soil and attempting to dishonor the sovereignty of Virginia. 1 deem it unnecessary for me to rccom mend you to conduct your wit coolness, justice and good sense, which 1 n. i istinguished your prak'wjjsura their ii qu sition and which has met thu approba lion of the good and patriotic citizens o inquiries, that the bright escutcheon o your beloved State shall not be dimmed bj, or groundless suspicion; and also let them be conducted without fear, favor or affection, as you may elicit the truth a HI nothing but tho truth." The jury then retired to their room ni t m witnesses in the caso of the Common wealth vs. Aaron D. Stephens wuru Bent np Jlefore the jury retired, Mr. JIardiig District Attorney, made an addrcjs to them. Jan. 31; The galleries nre as dense'h crowded as yesterday, but 'the is not so intense, noris the floor so cncuin with as many unprfvileged persons. On motion of Mr. Stanton there was a ofthe House. It thai tho following inortiUirri waro nlwnnl Doicc, Urown, Htalworth, Bickk-s, K.mkle Soulca and Clark It. Oochranc. The two hist arc Republicans. Mr. SIiLTinan moved thai tho House pro cecd to vole for Speaker, t.-mi iwf. Mr. submitted thai the motion was not in order, pending the procfcdings under tlic call of tho House. Mr. Sherman insisted that it was tlm duly of Ilic Clerk to put the question 01 his motion. Mr. onler to gain time for llu ibiientees to moved to adjourn. Negatived. Mr. Smith of Nurth Carolina, rose when there was cries of "Sit down, S I down'1. Order first being restored, that gentleman sau! Mr. Clerk, I cannot find language ndcijiiatc to convey to the members of this body my deep sense of oblijpi-gn ion to the honorable gent lumen of the various political lions consHiming tliia House for the hunor which they endeavored in rotifer "l-oti me by placing me iti the Chair, nwrf t-ntnisting mirwith the high nnd important a'sjwnsibility of presi: d ng over this Wly. AVIicn 1 recollect how much ofsclf-saciificc innsl have been incurred; how much have given n i in the patriotic effort lo concentrate the vote of Ibis House on some individual who stands on National and broad comprehensive ground, and when I remember lhat -I myself with :i name unknown (o fame, now making my entry on this floor for the first time, have received the honor of so largo a vote as was conferred on me, I shall only 1 .shall rhcrish their during the residue of my ollieial term nnl while n number of this Iwdy, and carry with me in-0 the shade of private life, when my pubic service shall have ended, a great and a-biding souse of the deep obligation under whk i the ectitli-iucn have placed me. But without intending now, as Uite js not a proper occasion to go into any inattcrs of lelai I will take tho liberty of saying that am satisfied that the presentation of my lame longer before this body would not toward the success or wLshcsof he gentlemen who have fio cordially and tcadily sustained me. 1 therefore beg leave rtforc another ballot is taken, lo withdraw iy name as a candidate before this body, n< to say that I hope that tho v lirh arc now presenting themselves may x t ie harbingers of iho return ofg-iod'trai I'roiii Orlt-nny. Xcir Orleans, Fob. The Kirk rom X. V. Imiind to has put in ere caking badly, having ton in collision nth (V schooner also lost topmast ami 1 ais. Eight thousand of cot Ion wore burni o-i ay at the Shipper's press. Oov. Ilo.wtoa.-s locMAgc to the- Logislat ro of tEtinfiuiittiiig the resolutions f the Sooth Carolina erases J ic sftntttem Convcutinn. The sBwd rcsollilions sustaining Gov. Hons-Oir.i Texas gave up hor inde- onao to Iho Union, nnd unwilling to iircndbr ihe I'nirn on an emergency nol I'euicd .sufficient lo excuse so important a it. it. Act-itk'ut. 1 Dayton. so An nt'cftfent occurred on the D.iM.IS.R., tit to H passcngt-r train tijiuiitg south Uiw morning, siik: of of wijucncc of llnf breaking of mil. y two itinvft.'ngt'r rarrf fri-ru precipitated into r- UK- The pawiengun nil s- without injury, but not without cold Kith. 'J'liecdgriteanff id maiucdon tho tnu-k nml brought thepcw-engers to tun, about 1? o'clock thin uiuru T 11 15 S K A K.J-: U n (lf AM we mentioned in a short paragraj t jrcttttnlay, Ihe 1st hist., :i be J( c HKscn. The ItepuUiiMiM have, we rcjoi J to say. t-cen suci-wifnl. IVimington, Vow Jorscy, an old Cishioned to CiHigrctf by votes, :w nn o pOKillmi candidate nsaiiKU Democrat, la Q by Ik'publiean lotos, U-en rhoii-n Hpyakt f, of tho Tbiri H yn-nt triuiuu 4 over the IX-iiioiTiils-, who, rather than sco Iiepiiliiean fleeted, In-en vnting f, Smith, MeClernund, it I'opulit Huveu'ignly man, -smd then hhiiiiiy u ,e froui one toanottier of other men of 11 j ncns in politics except Kqinbtiean. Tl id pluhmx of Itepublieans in ;dl tl, Mrife has giisn confitlcncu to the country Thr.-aU of di.snnion, p.-rsonal atone, iw siiglit eke M-rved lo deter thyili froni t J-'lltST NINSIO TIIK mSUXIOXISTS DEMOU51IE Speaker THK (IHRCIAN OHATOK" CONK Who Itelievt-K Ihu Union will lie Di Holv.-.! f KL-U. 1st, r Mr. who was otm of the tulk-i said the result of the vote was ai noitiiced, I ride for purpose ofchai my vole. It will K' rL-collucted that :i t ;i s ur two sinuo I Hindi; a stalemuiit as to wha I do in ti ceriaiu eontingi'ticy. Tha r coniiiijjeney tun now arrived, und it b; r come.-; me lo state my reasons the vot 1 1 itm abe-ut to give. The lime hits com 1 when my vote will elect a Speaker, i li.-iv said on several occasions that 1 should cas my vote fur any conservative K---III e nn like Mr. IVnnhi-toiior Mr. CoriviiL I'enninsldn now had lit! votes, and H will elect him. I give my vote to a gent email whom I am assured will act fn rl} and impartially to all sections ofthc coun in-. Aware of Iho respousibilily which assume in so doinjj, Mr. Clerk, I now with draw my vote from Mr. McClcrnandof III. and cast il for Mr. William Pcnnington 0 Xuw Jersey, f Proliingt-d applaiLie.] [Mr. Dou-las stood at the desk watcl ng Mr. Uriggs during the whole of his rc-n arks.] The vote was then announced Whole numlicr of votes 2y; 117 McOk-rnand Cilmer 1C Scattering Q The announcement ofthe result WM followed by The Clerk Mr. reiiningtoti elcc-led Mr. Ilindman rose to call ilia attention of the House lo some facts connected with 1 ie ekrtion, but VT.I.S met by loud and iged crk's of Mr. Orow, clentiiijf Mi voice lo till-1 pilub A Kjicaiier havinj- beenulec-tctl, nothing. M in ortler till he lias been conauctcd to the chair. [Cries of TI at's l.t't him take bis place.] The Clerk sn.-ilaiiit-d Mr. Orow'a wggct-l on, and appointed Messrs. T3ocock and Sherman to conduct Mr. Tumi ing ton lo thu cl air. These geiiHeinen at once enlered upon the performance of lhat duty, and escorted him to the chair. The Speaker amid a quiet that strongly contracted with the eintcd and disorderly proceedings which previously prevailed, na follows: (Jtntirmtti Ihust RrprnmtaUcct :-I return you my gwtcfut acknowk'dge-tnents for ihe ilisliiiguiiihcd honor you have been pleased to confer upon me in electing mt SjH'aker of this House. Coming here for the firdl time ut the present session o bo associated with you as a member, no event could have been more unlocked for t tan that I should bo called upon to prc-sideover yon and my friends will do me the justice to Kay that 1 have-not sought the position, an I certainly never desired it. I am nevertheless as con-icious of Ihu dignity and importance of this uflicc as any gitiittunian can be, out .should been for taller could its du 1 L-S have 1-een entrusted to other and more nx lerieneed haiuR After witnessing iho almost insnrmount obstacles in ihe way of an organisation oflhe House, I came to the that any of any party who coull command a iimjority ofthe votes for Speaker, was bound in deference lo the public exigencies to erccpt the as an nct-of p-itriotic duty, whelhcr il was agrec-tUc to liis fuclingri or not. As lhal choice LTS unexpectedly lallcn on me, I hare not icsitalcd to eccept It. In thi) execution of ihis hiirh trust, my ibject will be to do my duty with impar-liaiity und justice lo all. I shall have ,jreat necessity, j-eiitlemnn, for your Indulge! a- in the new in which I am placed, and I feel entire confidence that 1 mil receive it at hands. A representative of lire State nf New Jersey, upon w wse .soil so many I.rillinnl achievements were- accomplished in Ihu revolutionary var, and whose people have ever liccn for tht-ir devotion to the and Jonstitntlon, I pray to ihcOreat Arbiter of Jlir de-stinics lhat I may (In no ;ict toimpair he integrity ofeElher, but thai by wise ami iniilcnl counsels, pence and order may ypt cign in our midst and our free institutions my ho pnrpetuateil to our I eel lhal i havfta national heart, ombracin-11 parts of our blessed Union. -Aipiin thanking you for your kir.t1ne.ss, 1 enter upon tho duties of that .trillions IK complicated station. Mr. I'helps theoMest cntisfculivi; ici administered the oath to the peaker, by rcipiost of Ihe Clerk. Washington, Jan. .11.il, 18TO. The Senate Commillcc on Commerce arc agreed lo report Mr. Clay's bill the nshin- boiindaric.v The following nominatinna were con- f rmcd James It. Cordon, of California, 1 onssil at Valparaiso 0. I'OSRV, United T late.-; Attorney for Massachnscl Is M.J. s nrnley, United Stales Attorney for Ala-inia. The I'o-it Master General has decided to sconlinue the Coach servir-rs between lima and San Diego, California, and sub- 0 itutc horse service, as more crnnomtcal. From WnshliiBtim. Dexter, Mich., Feb. A firo  lliivrs, Miall held at KctubiHville on the :t.I Tinsday in Juniiary of eaelt year. IV. Allcitlzcn-i tin- District who alien 1 the nnnual Knirri or otherwise contribute (o Hie funds nflln- sutietv oil lx- considered and .-ball b-onlilied lo vote ut the iiiinuul meeting for l in election of oflieew of the society. v. Hit- society of thdr Annual niL-eiin- shall ileU-rinine (he location uftliu Fiiir for tlm current vow. und clmll appoiiit un Kxecutive Uonunitlcc of five lo serve f.u- Ibe KCENOH. who shall resiile i i the c'liintv where such Fair is ai .1 II i- I'resJ.'li-iit shall be .Px-oflfcio of 1 ie Uommillee. AltTICI.K VI, TheAtinuat Fair .shall not be hcldinauv emiily m.in: than twtcu in any term J! AllTIi'l.i: The of i.ni'fip: rimll prepare pre niiinn lists.and all Uif nfllie snsiuty. 'he I'air shall 'be held in any county stllicii-nt iniKiunt ofi-ceipl.< to cover ill ihe nii-ii vd aliinv nnnual instill- of the S-ifi-cty .y a vole of two third-: of 'ilie tncmlK-rs IV.-Tlll. Oi nmli.mof.I. M. l.atla of KIkliarl, the Urtn i-comtn.jiid the names of suitable [rrsoiK flir tillkTi-s lor the ensuing yrar, Ini M. Win. Mildi'.-ll, anil (5. submitted Ihe following it- hid, un mmiim of Milo S. llaseall Was iiiniiiiimti.sly ailnpted to wil rresidoul. He. 11. Kllis, of Mlk wrl 1'residenl, Ueo. F. Clark, ifNobln: Sfcrctwrv. John Mitchell, if Noble; Treasurer, 11. II. ,rx.ihh.. rector--, Ilou. Milton Mercer, of Klk-iart; Hi'iijatnin Jones, of Jerome Sweet, lwq.( of Noble; David ,f U. of I. D. (I. kelson, of Allen; (irUwiiM, DeKnlb; and lion.' J. W. McConnell, ofSUMiben. On motion of A. W. Waters, of Klklmt, t was ordered thai the Fair be held on the J5l i, '-'Gill, 27lh nnd I'Sth days of Septnn-ur next. On motion of Mr. Mitchell, Merer and Kili-i were a committee o rquri the minus of an Kxcunlivc to tin! next mei-lins of the Hoard. Oi m.itiouof Mr. l.alla, all Ihe papers in he IHslriul were requested lo publish lhc.se roeeedingH. On motion of Milo R. I last-ill tlm linnks of ihe society were tendered lo iho licers of the sociuly for Lhc ability and cn-lyy ihi'y have pxhildtcd in Ihe managc-An the Hoard ndjounn-d lo meet Ken-nllville ni Tiioifihv, Feb. llth. F. CLAIIK-, VicelVcs. Jons MiTClini.L, Scry. rORKIGN NKWH. l The AMKKICA which arrived nt Halifax c.sierday brings the bililj oflho s-pcedy meeting of the pro-wscd Congress has lately Ircnpthuncil by lliu refusal of the Urilish s abinct lo pledge itself to the leading I'ow-rs, in lavor of non-intcrvciuion in Italy, lout tho consent of Parliament. Wo j ru further assured of Iho entiaitf ronliaTe clwccn Kngland and France, anil of their n enlims co-operation for the protection oflhc twly awpiired rights of tho Italian States, 3 l.uiiisiuna, Marvhmd. S VirKitiiti, 15 Tc 1 North (lirolinn. Kenliickv, 1 Snnlb Crtrolina, 8 Arkaiutw, lu MiABitiri. I'l.irida, 8 ___ Alabama, Total, l.'i -7 A.1JIU I'r.-Slates 18 Whole T ivu-thinls neeess iry to a choice, 'JUI The Mcn-iiry tlio I-'ree will eightesn votes from t ie Slave States, cat control the of I ie Convention, whil in thu electoral college ihe jwrtv niiwl re Iy on the South for its votes. The little of llii! remark is tnw, if thu othe portion is not. The Democrats miia't dc peml oo (he South for its voles, none burnt, rcsemd fjr itin the entire North. In t li.s tljQ Mercury U right. The editor of a western paper recently himself .1 live ox but since our rough handling of him, ho i.i beginning to conclude that In- is A Xewbern paper says that Mrs. A n it.iy of Iltat city, HJVS alelr delivered of 4 .-tnnly Iifiyis. Wu know not what may bring furlh. The of Hie Boston "liberator" calls updii the Ladies of the North lo n ako iiiu of nothing lhat isprodiu-cd by.ilave la i bor. !Je expect tljeiii iml to ust, Wt'.on. ill tint tfffl .AI A ladvcin-resputident. who to bt 1 ornfi-d at thu itnlulicncy of our pajvr, threatens f.r the future tf set her foot on every copy 1 but she sees. Klin had b-.-tler not. Our pnper bas I'A in it. W. II. lloiii-, a imsEn aster in Vermont, iniblitiitM lhat of thii public funds are missin- from his and he asks '.'WHO in-s yot ihe money To-Sdibly echo may answer- A partv of our frie ids, week, cbn-ei i for hours. 'I'h.-y actually "nin the thing iuio the "round." Thu Xew -York "Kieiim-; I'ust" says a man rjinnot active and quiescent at Ihe same lime. There may m .some doubt of t Jjumc fellows bi-itlu aljout tenibh and ytt Ke atill. MCAIM. Hell A- Topp, ofthe "X. C. that "1'n-i k-ej arb made to tolvit" Hells were inndo to and to whipped. A. K. says tliitt he exjKcts to be nblc in a short time to pay everything lhat he In this world. Ay, mt there's a heavy debt that he has lo svltlu in the other world, 'jnen'flk the tleeil to jhiy. A young widow has established n pislo -gnlh-ry in NL-W Orleans. a leather ol tlic art of duelling aft of eui MI; unduubletl uhc LUM her own tit nil. A New Miiglaml writer ways that it has lifi-ii fiiiiml lhat negiocrt can IKS belter trus-ii- ihan while men, nol to bclray so-.rels. U'e sup] o-e this is u Ihe prim-ink- tl at they always "top Mrs. Lncy Hill complains in an Ibat her nephew ius.s trampled n i and fei-l ngu. The lii-acck-ss VIH iis r-ici-nl shouldn't 1 e allowed lo tramii-j u urn his aunt Hill, .fMr. -Insu-ph Slerlin-l'o Miss Anne Sin? .-sli-.-ki's aru nut usually HO scv-L-n-, ut this one, it i.i nhiinjm knocked an A woman in Florida, named Cross, bti-lv gave birth to an iiifHiit s m wlik-h weighed on y oiie prnmd. That Cross wasn't ban A Mr. IL-ntly has bee i indicted in Ala-Kima for striking a stran-er with lle.siys he didn't til tlml llie.slnitiK-er was n. robber. Hcdiin'l know, nnd ie ami him. A yoiuifi lajy of Xcw Orlca-is, who re cently a remarkable feat in lias licen present ei with a K'sulifiil vaw A samrl; would have been laoro ap-roprialt-. A man in our State, who ntlcmptcd to INK a beautiful ynurlj; Lemon ia.s sued hor for utriking him in the y jihouhl a fellow sniuczc ii Lemon un-ess he wants a punch Mr. IlemyA. Ituhk- says, in n that he ha.s worked zenlouslv the AdminiNtration" Now let him urn .iii.l work faithfully it. 'Ti-. poor Itnle that won't work liolh wavs. An imp-idcnt anonymous himsdf "Nod oxjire.ssi.-d he wish O.ai. wu were dead. Vcrv well el tim .show himself in person, 'and WL-ledge ouroelve.s to "kick tlit ImeM." A haiiiU'Oinu young fellow in Nciv York, i greal distress (or want rtf money, married ist week a rinli nld ivomnn of seveiitv. He vas nn doubt miserable for Ilic want of 101 cy, ami she for tha wnnt of fi hujiband ml "misery makw .strange hedfcllnw.s." A father and Ant ionv .-mrl Thonm on ihe. 'Jot i "nil., from Mitt Vctnmpka jail. There arc two screws OOiC. A lady in Montreal, on the 1st. rccovcr-nd hissing her rather rou-hly. She out-lit osel a value on the money, die got il j r, tfylil fl A Mr. Archer has been sent to the Ohio a H.-II U-ntiary for marrying three wives. "Initiate Archer! could not one suffice V" The ".Southern Mercury" Kays lhat Mr. 0. Thomas "has received hisconiinissi'in o a I'osltu aster." fjo tliert'a a post ofllce one to I'. 0. T. A ritlsburR jiapor says, in an obituary otieeofan old lady, that "she bore her iKbnnd twenty children and nover gave im a cross word." She must have olmyvd f ie old precept and t Mr. Kound, an nld and valued frinnd c 'ouis, was ri-ccntly elected magistrate in Thai, we .suppose, iswhatonr friend considers squiring a circle. Two men Joseph Sparks and Dscarl-'lint, ere in UK- suburbs of Haltimore, fi'w itfjo, by a ping of shnuhlcr-iters. riint was knocked down, bill his 1 Liiiion by High t. When the n ouiu rel.s hit Flint. Hparkxjlfio. OO' 'I'll'1- Directors of Iho liank of tho w c of Indiana did nnt publish their nuar- j, rly rcp.irl on the Jit of January. Pnlilicinii.i the I.ociti IVnsi. [From W. II. 1'- :it the Ti In Convention.] The local wiehls an i if i fliice. It mufcex and unmakes I'resi out Yiue I'rediiluniH, (iovernonv t'otigruriainei lucmhuM of Siate S crill -Aii'liton, Candidate Us Inns th i-lcc i m, are profuse in llirir alu-jitiots I puV .-ilier.-? are bland and pli-nsaut in the mii.nnors extremely yralul'nl for p-.ilts the don't deserve, and full of jirutcslalioi d o studying love :iml admiration fur lite rdilo in the jipecehes put int iheir on tho hustings, lhat ihej never made, make se'isaliiJii country schnol houses, taken fr- nt guild editorials whi'-h down the (he mid make them ex 'claim: "Miold 1" Kxa uin 'Iheir scrap bidk-i, and st'e if '.heir faels.fi-: 'in- E nnd :ire not i-tilljil fioit :men after iho election, when bereft, of their eagle plumes ati.l adorned .sjinply-with UK Ihc IVn-hnnru Ihci We tlr-- lion. Jeremy Diddlerund the Iluii Ijf'.-'jr It is'iiot to bo expect ed.nou thai they havcb.'CoiucHO that Ihcv would more than c.'ldk ir.i, tin: tn-iif that m ul-j ihetn I'ro.-enl voiir bill "Humph It iuun vxtorimimo ehai-e "rwodiiIhiM.-ilhoii.wn 1 far lickjW y, bis 'LiU-i-, U-nuMt dh printed, with .1 Inrd-.-r, :ui-I ndui'iiL-.l i :i for riovuiity-live cents a Can't pay any ssu-lt bill; it i.s im.jv the i- i-s-flnflk-u.U worlh! Owd morning, Mr. lv.Hlur Tliwi.-soiul.-iH.'oflhi'iii'n editors have  lo (alters and n.Mi.-s nl ien._i< -rx-.-il iiioniiii-.-nt. Sim.s Ci-.-.Mfinitb.-t'ij.i.n din-meral tint if a 1'cn-ni.stnn fins MIL'S. I1, Tlm votin-l.e trrerit iulu-n-sl The initi-j.-; ic-.-id. there is'' inteii.-o ii -k-rcst as lh: -ilalr. of the is deel-ired. T i-iv no rlioiee. The ilotniienit.s tnrjvc tt'Sns-lo-v is to -o n it-ii I'diifus on lhal ihe roll cannot U- ca led. gniBl ri-slored, the lie votnj; against an .iiljoiiMiuient the flir it. Cleint-iw that (he .ire delu.-iti-fl, and votts ayainst an ad-ourmnenL HAKIKLM. MiMinimi. Tl e li'tnil souls in tha X.-rth, who have f-.-.i-1-l Hint Ibe vK-ction of u Itepublican wrinld lie the si-rial for Disunion, vill Im cmunliil witli ihefaet that Icforintrdis.nmm uandidulu for Speaker, ncoi ipany ivita .lohn Slierinan iho tlWrrmtniiiPiiikTof mud noted Mr. Puniiingiimto ie Chair, ami ivith Ihe other fael. iltat uf IHhcnir-rati-is ihe one only iin and fart, that he, the romoa.-i! ra -oraf.m-s.iid, was promptly liiivcd ilown in-ii a .si ile Jm-ncy. The Union fc .safe. on. K lady who an aUenioon-.s l vert- so on un.lniiiAiun 1'ond, he very cnld Knap, .very inipru.'Icnlly had cr .-.kale-slnm- no tightened as lo prevent i y eirciil.ition uf the biood in Ihe feel be iw t ie ankks. Tho was af, i ion taking ihc-m fid' to relnin homo, rr feet were fouml to be Ixilh Al-miiljh every effort was made by physi-ans lo rosloro them to a normal -slate, n- iifthem was so badly IroTOii us lo ren- j.  oulh soliciting orders, and has obtained ie n lo the extent of fifty-six locomotives ir Southern 11. It'.s. The average eosl of ocomotivc is aloutninc thousand dol-II-M so here is one house a busi- dlars in Dm- .icasdii. and at last they have Iriuini 1 e, O ie peculiar feature in what hastraiuipire is worthy i.i t i.t l m Ih-piiblk-aiis have nvwrlnUcrcil or.se.it lured their liri-. They voted steadily fu Kiieniian.iiutillictiiiiiMlfn-itliilraw.aiiil.ilici without wrangling or being at nil didcon cerlcd they iju-elly over to I'enningtoi without loiing a vote, aud'in u fcw Wi-I! di ree fflbrls, conrpier the combined forces of the Southern lire -eaters and Xorthon i luglifarrw. We now hope to see the flo arranged tliat the corruption of this Ad-ininislr.iiioii will Iv brought to light, when t ie people may see what has .really been do ic with the revenues of the country. Oponea itcijiiainted with partita in thi.s city, having relatives residing in the Kimt i-crn StatL-jf, who hardly ever receive a letter which has not liecn opened after beinij ai-a cd. Private correspondence Is vjolatci iy Democratic post masters, the .sworn of-Iclald ofthe Government, on suspi.'inii tl at il is "incendiary." Xewspapers from the m rib, sent byon.j frk-nd lo another in the south arc interrupted and destroyed, and letters als-o arc frequently served in the same way. This is nothing short of des Democrats ha_ve bccti in HO long tint any outrngt' is not by them (no gmil. Tlic i are tuoked as t leir and the people as their s lo aid in giving them the 1 ow longHiic'h a state of .si all continue remains with the honest voters of the r.nmf ry lo say. Outrage upon outrage is i; Hided without any attempt on tlm arl of t who Inivc the power to give redress to 1 ie Jiult'crcrs. Xo man's corrcspundenee is safe, and no northern man's liberty ve-s-irctett in ihe inlerior of any of Ihe slave Stales. That region is Init little bet ler toward tho free .Stales in nclinn, lhaii a l power at open war with lid. Journal. It is to be hoped lhal Ihe people will nopcrly rebuke Ibis corrupt and despotic at the next election. When democratic oflicials are permitted lo open nm intercept Ihe of friemls resi ling in dilfcrcnt sections of the country, t ts lime thai (he people were I -iking mca-sures to pnl n stop to tho outrages perpetrated them. The democracy have pretended great love for the Um'im and the Ci llKlililulion. Yet they have Wen the lirst logo with the disunion lire caters uf South, and the hist lo resect, the guanu -lec-iofthc eoti.sU 1 u lion. Their umne hi the present Cmigress has shown lln-ni to be willi is toolx in the hands of the Slave Power. The charts which have been so often in so fairly against liej.nblicaiwarc now rolled bnrk upmi twin with tenfoli While the llqinbli.-au parly ha.-? h ion-n to the country that it hns Iwcn loyal to lheUt.ion-lh.il it has hwii faithfully (evolodto its best int that it still c imshe.-i the ever-livin- priuciiiUs which made us lo taltc rank as the firril among the nations of the earth. These il icver has abamloned, ami we trust it licvcr will be recreant tn them. T ic democratic p.irty has twisted an c lai gcd from ono posir ton lo annilier, making issues wliich have proved untenable ind which they have IK-PH foreeil lu aban-lon. The extension of shm-iy into the TcrritoricF, is the otly iptcstion unini whici they cin bcslow any altentiiin, anl in i oing this innsl throw aside th.-ir inde-lieiHlencc and adapt their policy to the re-' piircments of Ibo.shnc driver. "J'he wicked ness and imlucility of ihe bus brou-ht i Mil Ihe country, and tarnMiud ournation-il Cdcnlclicon with fraud and crime. It las offered a premium to every species of Corruption, and its extra vagaiiL-c i.s And now, the ipn-sliosi ariscj--, jnd forces itself upon tin; iittention of every patriot and hivei- Of our i i: II wo eonlinue the present inkmous uvorninciitnl policy and fur hu-u: n riglils, by culling menlo fill nurollices j vho lave endorsed and secondoil the milages of Domocralicoflia-.holdors? If so, mlxjtdeiicd by another succcsf, still will follow. Let the pairiulic very where answer; let Ihein buckle on the r nor of ritfhiand.ju-ilice, and "mei-t the i emv at thu gate." i Ov" O'-'ohn Itrown had j.iiiird bv ny coiKiderablo of and ad made a stand for a fnw davs until by Ins friends in Ohin, N'orthern York, Vermont aa-l -Massnchusetlx ie wild have Iccn a very wrions I w-uj.Mt ihinUng-Un lhaliY I was nnd H lilt In child oo oo and il crawl C ilo a hut boo oo uW.f ti oo no At d mid oh ain't it tre-mcn-du-is tocousider a yes, it is b OCr It is staled lhat thoro have '1 ver four nu'Hiona of dollars worth of scrip si ed by ihe Post Office Department, s nf! man, it is said, holds Iwo millions of lis scrip, which he purchased at eighty Jersey. Newaik, X. J., Tha ulcction ef Ilr. IViiningtoii was received here lodty with general satisfuction. ThU evening the Mercury oil in.- is illuiuinated, blazing in the streets, and 117 guns are bo-ing Aral in honor of the event. The GOT-: cniorM fricndi nru pissing complt-' neiits freely, lie is s [Mjpular at Jlailroiid Arcldeiit. nallirnore, Feb. Thii morning half pwt two o'clock, as the thun from I'hiladelphia reached tho rif1-er, the express, mitl and slcepiog'cmra as usual on the Kerry boat, but from too much headway, the express car wtnt ow Into the deep water, the truck falling deck ofthc boat, but doing no damage to her. Tho in the sleeping car knciv nothing of the aflhir for some minutnt after. It supposed that the ice oh tbV prevented them from acting properly. The 'mail car came near going and mail iigptit jittnjicd from the window, -Kul! Uin brnkeman promptly disconnected- tho co ijtling and thus saved further The accident togvtlier laycd the arriral Of train hiro tilt fi Uochiwter, K. Y., JIB. SOiK '_. Tin _ fnuily. of James, 0. Pattingtii, cf Adsiiw'. basin, consisting of Mr rettingill, Mrs.'iUrihaU and ilra. Lewis, were yesterday by Etrjclmine, aj-mttiistercil by A ijervmil girl. Mrs LIWM-will probably die. Xcw York, Jan. Slat. A special despatch lo tho Oomnwrce says Mr. J'cnningtOnwiU bo made throo-h TrtM Messri Briggj anil Itiggs. Turlington, Towi, Jfcn.'3Trf; A flrc occurred here- this morninc, tfct entire stock ofResa t WhijM pie, hardware men-hunts, and the grocery cslallkhment of (r. Geshweud. Total oxs e.ilimatt'd at thirty thousand dolUrt. I not fcntrtrnv Mt. Louis, Jan. 30th. The bill for n Convention to frmrup K State Constitution has passed both flhc LcgiRlaturc, Igncd by the Jan. 3Inf. Kighlcrn cltizeiu of Mason tnd Jonnlies, Kentucky, were expelled on KC-. ount of their opinions ori Slavery. Mcwt f them arrived hero yesterday- America. Halifax, Jan. There nrc aa yet no of ffce R. If B. S. America, now ovtrdtw here, witli orpoo! dates oftho 1.1th inat. us fur the Union. (Meant, Keb! Governor Houston's Mciaigo to fit'i.-is ature traiksmitling the illovs of ihe South Carolina Irfgt.laturg tho .Southern Convention. .egislnturc passed resolutions nwUininfi overnor Mouston'R vitswsf fhafl Texti ivc up her indqicndenccio the Union, as unwilling lo sun-ruder Iho Union, en in emergency not deemed sufficient to tli- use HO important a step. ni id I.OSH of Life. Hj Park, I'a., Feb. 3.: The tl welling of bunl Karloy, Sr.; WM biirncil last vitfit, nud three children irihcd in tUw flames.. Tho mother and hrcc otlirt (ihildteu a second, lory wimltvwylkut all hadly burned. 1'kc was The'weaiher ftti-wcty cold Upmetrr was sixteen below zero. N1. Ames IS ton to Failed. 'f 'Cincinnati, Feb. Jk Klsfncr, flour fSlcnlay. Liabilities' mostly mried at one hundnd' thousind dollwi; FIBS. IOIIHLOII. Tbxlw, omtHa 15lh .wKicft' Whitmarxh'n cotton [fife ted-wo thousand, huniired balex a largo amount of The work of nfflht opera- n vrs who survived the calamity of the i-mlwrtim Mills, commenced on Wedncs- iy. Snnio iwcnty-two thnuKand dollars n-fju icd for ihe Tho pay-roll niilnins nine hnntlred and thirty names, of hi in six hundred and were c i in the main building which fell. K Jlnyard Taylor nt un Monday evening, February filh. o i jv.-t IIumlwMi." the election of a Clerk, previous to 'j Inch there wasu rail of Ihu Mouse. h Mr. filinrma-i nominated M'r. Forney, i r. Suiilhof Va. nomiiialed J. C. s 10 latd Clerk. Mr. Xekou nominatrd1 irn'I Taylor of Tuim. Cobb iiominal.-d iJawKiin of Ala. Tin! riponknr appointed Jli-sfrs. Kllinli 1 'I ili-ly. Smith of Va. and Mnynard, tell- I The ballot resulted: t Whole mnnuerof vole.-, 2J1; Clnuo. 1 It will be the cause of congratulation a-ong the UopitliUraiiK of tho Xorlhwc.st, s lat able, lione.il and imromproniisinj; Op- oner.tof Ihe has been K- s ominated for the Senate by iho Itqmhli-n caucus of the Ohir legislature. al Irody in which he has sonv.l ilb i islitigitishcd honor, he will do the j1' arid cause essential service. The Jk'pub-cuitt offliiio have djnc KliTincI U, S. Tiio princijtal the Slulo Miiitary ilk-gu oC IjnWaiin, nl i.s sai.l be abrother ofthe Man. John e candidate oftiiu UepiiblicniiS for Sp.-.ik. clrcinl S. Senator mi ihe kit- jt. Thu tute wasM follows: Chase tit. i i g i 5-1, Ciirwin 5. f The Itcptiblicans fired 117 {.-iins this in honor- of lliu election uf er (he in-spiratiom-ofHir uf late, leaning, niKl-tlint ecia-.i hw'e tk- rtaUll..   

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