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   Wisconsin Free Democrat (Newspaper) - February 21, 1855, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               TMiff D drear Tu ol pwi i vMiw, 3: t in a irrtn'nt io th t fullnvi i BY S. M. BOOTH.] VOL. 12. la MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, i utrtiion i bbuut Klfillf ticntltrtIM nf iit .H htii'l ul' Mr IHC ait M l 'j i i th'- t irii'-Ati fli I hf K-I felt hit tlv Hii iiinv ami omfort AN I 'i 1 r t t! iy iu rir TUESDAY FKBKTAKY t. Tl. tn thnt Byrt nprd'trd tu rt a? Mndif'Oii fur rif of effort -inil writ izi ant nit known Mr "t j wo nrt? frw hnti esalti-J lter nmrallt ur piittticHtly. him ta lit- fictuitlert by nny my iu HH-illtrttii ;r ;iiri i n rirll, i, u> nti I il.l, j iny wit i hlllr fhlld. id i'iin> creut nnd -lift f-n tin'ri. iJd I l lit tn hf KUIJI for H ritiinlif nut Ihr uinii, il-j nwt einlfiR oth wl.ieh w HI redoutid to )ii> will bin itbroai niiirfi r in tho CMUM- fit' 11 limn n KruediiMii iftt, though but b> id' means witii I.iui ni'Hiey in Aw In hJurt ttt iTt-ftl: u rlHiiinjjogUd ar ol Wif'uiitfin but not Vi ith- F. MM) his t'ouri hmiHt fitin-ath even A ho uiHiid, whik njMni the beneh to a< ut riving, lard M they to make motivi alio. And tl ty charge upon LU, H trim? t th tit which they ar  an pov, iMe, tli.it hi merchant coudaeted 1m- flintix in Hiicli it way, that sarsd up something fur ft ruiny tlmt r Hi icirk upon 1 Hut th'-re H thiM ttiHH diit r: Mr. ftrtirle. It i and tlihi jii i'1 tn> n my i U rlt 1 W Y irti n.'.wlil tit cut.' wariU n [I'ttuw-mnu, nf thinjn thj the liiijli ;i lutil t'r Kt WflriiiiNiftoii. Judging from c( the i imm- cannot v in' fnrm ar> hon (Yum nclfiHh to Un fur the art wo took matter. Jin tMrid.ei.tJ> looks up n nut of md ounelf ai itpe- -A-BK eulmrty thread niui villain. "What to GivSo.v, WaJwurtli ilo., Wb., i 3. LST-V t IKKD BOOTH: Amid all -be bataatog a ad an c.igi rebict J Jdi- have lately intptMed ou for1 your Jurctr? ai. Mr. Jftnttn: DOLJLABS A noblf, humane A WoirftEKFTL yean ago, lancbeirter, N. H ,wu 000 ef ahect- thlrtimi, doninii, Uinu, Ac., ,000 anil ats of aud ook paper, beildei Innumernblto'arrtclM tbar 'o will pwticalanae at yrauftt ARRESTED FOR EWBHXTLKHJINT Ww. WM at New  i dirty utrav., til lUrh Mkd I HoaiTi.'l'y mw, r toinnful kiifht brfiH- ii filnl litck'liiti AJitt pictured HU t'-lll If) WO-' r ifUJ Mill] llcf riiutpiiie ur bn Ihtt hiiili iit- (tying hed trunK and lurripw I u in Inndti nfur, m donly tranup siwtr.t poor w behind -MMl tlivrti hrPillr.-. tirnew >M- cold HIK! hi wi-rr niv thr tiv trial i upon ft J ry Men w ere perwUt.-.l .-ic w juror, ivho f h murt mUBl hhd (iiul ptthln U di'clnrmi their i in UJH ct-uri- hidj ;t wlio ho an opinion judge. And how ruustbe wurth.who i'Hre, nobErj-mimled KntMv, nnd ytt he can siee nothing hut ranliir in honorable deeds, juntico to iho piuoucr by order wc Of public to dwtcr- mjf their nmtn-s to lit1 I'MMH ju- ror4! nfid inoru nftyr nuiaer'Mih HffnlfivitH tmd buvii made lj) We linv.- fo.Lcnlled tui tv mnhu thow ffUiitij forth above tnuts, under oath, Judge the Hunfccr presut'R aru re- Miilrr. in M. law mug to tlie nil vo- MUL.i, .-harifes Tin- mi cd- irit. Mr. Holt evidently Hunker Eiiitun. who ive it poturible for a man to ,ir pi-aiw worthy act, wept. er And I.euce. he I ly wrought .t gronter consternation on the jti I of uur citizens, than ilid Oi n tiie incarceratiovi, in the i j ul. the said they, are our long c wIi ed rit.t'i- plert of Freedom be trampled a.idur fw4P W a of laodern nd eyt n (.four Conutitutton, deny to t buma i je- era burued in efter on a at Albany, on w is rum hfnett ofthe 12t'h We tbii Mta >itul M done fhey ttnpported Swward for S. Senator. Th.c in the coi rse of a on tbo cfmractor ttttd pt bite -mrvk'es of Win. H. Sowftrd, HS> a TuUatou t U  tUought tlmt uctuhtuv id itithcr fovpop- uhiritv or j-jnin nud to SJh'rmaH M. JiuaLh liitH frtdidn thiin ouu litouth ayn, thyy JYien'lh m will pay all tht. Miljer'w or r.ny nmv IIJUMI liiin. livery (it i uf We v-'ill rfiUc ISuittli in thi.- un t hint lion of tlif p.'itplc of Wi-jfoicin, juiil tut will tills not wlnii jtir.tit.-t' i-, ild ihiki it into insixiiihYance, AH prctof of in .Muumikei1 tipoti nmvi that the Siiprt'uu C'iffirt had d tho w ritatked the ileinonstriition initdc r.'ikuii f'riHii thi' jnil to the on WM> to Mud! nit M, in tlio process lull, iunl tin.1 in nmnv ot tlio Hrxt inuti in ibe wo iiiT ty, or uhicldicig tho wrong-Jot-r, rricridn, and toes cnii a noto of it, jf-r ttwtvi-, JudjjeT. O. ifowu, of Gre Bay, liitSHtnt in iiii> to thoUoveri ur. Hu biiM made an u> et'lli-'iit Find popular uinmit. Hit yfiVtit: ou tho ficat   .11 ..ul i-rwnrd in Hi Wni.Ul in.: the I Vi-ii fi.-r 1 i ft crek it it ind i; n vonder hov-- city to ddti-nuiiit1 what to dictate the Inw ti> f ho Jury, iu criiui- uu] c.ist'K He clreiuioijHjy lintaiuetlthiH dtit- triiit', on Ou- triftl ot Ann fur murder, in th.8 rity. Wu luolt dot-trine de- tit thi) Juty, tiud dtuiijer-1 h'uid'iii tlmt j ollu lift' It d( the houhl be pur-1 of Jury trinl, nnd iiinkeij ihi1 of j su.id lowm-dn tii" lino imposed, HI id tylt. fonvt u trial by the uiul :n.t uy ii Jn- w.lntMH tin- Ui'tii" jv-suIuSiotm pii'med by thirf of i.n iifjcjiihuit pfrRoii'H hin'utniK cMHHtt-mnatory tau Jndjif. Jury, itndi J .l I ruyiriie Slmt-hftw. men uho founti> for trirl, he IB at fclip mwr- were luun hcJtiiiit'uijj tu alt political L'> of the t'ourr, whii-h in about the lust place n who had ui.ine together to enter th-.-ir irmn nhtnild Ku to, cither mercy nrjiwt- that Imd j 1: i-aditiitrt't butiovc tin- "Kur ii'iui Jti'iiiocrut1' w ttn >.-w rk Tiiuf limit th- List ut i- luUowins; HO to IMl Irf mt' thai i-r Lettci-K protrut aifniiir-t the iiiilit'tivc eouvae IfL'fU pursui'it (ovvardu ft fellow c-Hizfu. the fidoptu'l Ibo whieh we iiiibliri'i as it yucri tu IPUVIJ iin iiKHcrttoii ue i Rmvtcr'F, That the peopln nfthisj Stuti' b" in- vited to wend tu thu utthe otliuei'M of iliiri or eitber ut'tiiuiii, HiieU HIIHIH iu no nmv rbink lit tit of tin eonfribute thti nd J ll.'lVM in KUIOJ> niil Ktamlut the t hou Id bt: umd the run, ..t in :tt HUO l a hri tiijit U.'i''iMuM uf will no bi allow-dt inn i; oil it; to uivt1 i oti tittll il tivv your t Iii ii tini I i.Htiiire 3 o> t t'1 bo nioi iiuriitj' U-i.ti 31111 Mhoulii if m 1 tinui' MI M'yoidtiim b> iiMiieil by to inoue) or dirt-ct it hii cxtriiet! fmu nnd (ftitiuiuttlng to ti' they Jinvt't 01) impoju'd upon M. M. liootli.aml the Hue nupnhcd .S'JMJII John Ryecriift, for ul- nointioii thu yuuitivi1 Act. fiuy inn1 for a inonu'Tittluil this -.-nU of i-imsiit u ill not he promptly responded to 7 If 'lo, they un-atlj iu opiuum. >'r. Uooth nut eountrd uithout Itif lie what wytild he thu rosnlt ho viivt ho cmnse iHHAui.'d liiui would nmko i urn h jiifpiili.rHy, tuoticv Mid illfi'iiivi1. or -.ve are uif .Cf. AVc hnvi; ifi'eit rebpeet Ji-rMr. Howe, an h imn. utid wo duubt not Hint he in siiiuec'e iti Inn pri'ruifiitivc And so Sir Muthew Hhle, in contluuinin; witches to dt'RttK 'Jut rfiiifL'rity, in n which pructi- .iH'pele the lived and libcrtiei of ihe tle, not make tnieh belUf lenu Iv.ilgt) llim'Bleavt's tho Bench with n rcputit- ion for integrity nnd impnrtrility 't is powHiblc he luiti ehwiige bis VJUWH on tho oJ' Jnrii-tt. Jf not, we hope he will re- this ijueHtion cnreluily, ijr wo want iu- luence the right in tte th You JUT n >t aw ufttr us yuu :we, I vi'tMiinnLL'nJ t your ot ]j  ycu "If that] IKiiwr Iv i ri'd? fy. it t" IJB cuiluthjil: il'i ti (k-hiHi.Hi it oiU'bt to be din t" becaiirii) rln- ot real or power H I'liuaily ru nceit y i'ou HKU ti- nil tlifl Ilui oju'Jiu (rovernm t nil for all tnih n, v-liat KIHH'III u- -..nue, tbe nuittietit. Thero bu n rnaiiMnn ti> "curt til nr lt> tue i-ftlir) or th dulcttinu uiuny Icii 11 !.ii ii tint buliuw i.n-( jimrl j.1" i'-j or to Hnenk i mrr it is 'mvr i loiviuii policy, for juu HK> r. m.. l ir a.s Knrope H cDiiM-rued, ami nu ns'iKi 'it'Vt'i iorcrl tlmt you hnvo to frybt, j :iini in t h hi rd battle. "Vim iim> eoiuiucr Anivri.-ti iixji.'ilitn.tui', en in iv uudl tbo torriloricx hvt iuin- Himiy Jli LifHihiitll.t tc 'it. mi- iifM-d to 1 t ion ou inny It.ivt (Jtniiulu HIM] 'he but vim have n iviM. ui Ir'-js younlitll hr.% e hflpeii tin- f tn ie v out trUtinl> fmti 1} A Vt'ini-Ti.o I'll in.-thUDint'ifi.f i.-.-S Due inelt-H in nnd of hi-rcn into the plhue ofoiicot' "isUit ier withuut i'. KMI is Jrinn I'lui co JI'iu- i'-i the an nbulicion md kunwn us" iinA pnnliwlnjB N ru-iiurcttiuna nipiiriHi UA We eull atteiiticn n Hinenti .ti rxtiHtiuliiiKry .irticlc: 1. Mr lioltV of TIP. n ut-n-.jri'M'r to imr pnper, till he t'trui-d Kditur, t and made himself kuuwn tu us to nubKeriptfon. Wu iot reenll'-et oi to liim inure .HHTI ur thrt'o timt'D, Jtnd hittild him at tu'jjht. Uiwcitirr, mintt hnrt- been fiom rumor, ho tiniduHuf bbf IlunKer from rrea-1- jijy our phper. firrl two are net 1 crj and Uis 1'iom paper IIIN.I hy t.ucounU d fur, fiom tlio fart, ihftt wy liavw .-itii tor th Vc hitve a 1 i name bc'ng n i-. mint. fiiA H] the LOUIVU 1-e j IrtHt few yearn. ot BOiuo n tie of nnd if H1 dccoftnt lor hib TMI- KI.KUTM N. Tho election 1 IT. S. yi'nator frotn Wiw- which uunouncc-d n otir extra, on 'rida> is niattwr .uncerf rejoicing. ilo Hhh not tiff tftiidniute gei orally profprred n UPB Kuotion. and tho odious name uf aluuli- tonirtt, w itich h'td bfjLf'iue ftttiichotl lo him, till n Uug-benr Bnfcthnsp who avu uifiHt ubriorved ina and arc icdt iutiniati'ly lunjtuiintcd vith him, ttKgert, bftt uliile l.i> wiil bo tuund to Lnve tho olence of pro-hlnvery agcreaiiiou, he in any uieuns u fanntictil a LCI rabid nboli- with but 'he single idea ot Fiiouds :onlinj( to Oapt governmurit rec- j aduiiro tbo tulentn of fcaunh r kept ut Owego, the water in Lake Onto- the Sen ;isd s of Gontm cousid wull ug tht; notice itid bad toa.le, d, HtiJ much ontbuhinmn hibited in tho apii'ited i.m1 roLini thtire off breH Hut as we had IH-VW Unit jvm- ing, thftt the of Liberlr (exeiico the ex- preision) were tiijhin on the win j, :miit tbc and exultntioiift of Froeuien, couc u- (Jiid to uppoitit a t-oiuniitte-it of fin mre, ti p o- viiruaubitantial aid fov the pcrfeented deffnil- erK of hfimmnty and frt-t iloni, and aJjimriu till 9th in t., when, I Lope, jin will from mr Hctli- iv t for we arc ,n r j is three feet Beveu inches lower than it was t i the ftmt of June kad sa low within nine cbei has knowur or that there ii r cord ttt. LAROE Hy.uUy, t 'tween the houra of one and two o'clock P. M. t e office of Peyton King, the receiver of Mcm- e for the United States Land Office nt Monroe, 1 i., WAI entered, and tho sum of o pereoim who committed tuie daring robbery, TJOSS DROCTH. According to a recent r port of the New York Agricultural Society, it ti estimated that thu damngn to the crops of tl -vt State by the droujrth laatBtAsoii not b leiii tbnn twenty -one millions ofdollnra. K. R. COKIOJLIOATIOK. A bill to amentUhe c arter of Southern Railronil Co. n d allow oflta coiwolitlation xvith the Xorth- i Indiana R. H. Co., hnu paused thu House ii Michigan, SHUATTEH SOVERETGS" ia the uaitm o a papor juat at Atchinoa, on the K .nans River. It in pro-slavery to tho back- hi ne, itn tttotto boinjf, "The South aiul her In- st tutions." New- York papers think the resmnptioo stitc 1 A Bucon will have n favorable effect inji ibe rigut ol a ttial by Jury vo Jf n Booth sua Hycruft, we are with you -t in buttling for Freedom. with inii tul Uenryr "Our livce art no! sc gxxeet, ns to' L n. No clue has been obtained to the person be purchased nt this price of eliainn fla-' very." Ko uuoucr had the news ol" your ronvlction reaehed HC, than notitorf u-ereported, hart no to toll) culling a mentirg the citi- on Friday uvrniiig. im t., cannot t- veu ;i i UH u; the money ninrbet. Tiiey are about to es- Hall for tun Public Lyceunm, jut a wo hftvu hciids, liuartd and hf.udu, ever wann in the cmiroj of humiiLiity, IVtiedoui ion it ad what dnro. wo have ti u ill to do> So cuunijjc, my y fri your enemiet" will thone ot vVm. ritfht iH'iitifihr, ami will pn-vsil More anon. ti'BpcetfuMy, friei d in adve-aitj '_____CIIAS A NOYIS. Tiifc folloHiMjjenelu'sul dolli.rfi YORK, l-'e t rttud tttwth Inuuiei ratud ui v out.live jefii i Hi in the ivnllii of it prison, unjuhtly cuntli'in tnl there bj decision of u trilnu.al to whic h e HUM; Uti-n actufitomeA U> Umk fur justice, our he.uts go furth in sympathy foi you, in id :in un earnest of tlmt wu send you ihis H ma II feeling tliBt it is but n ,iiilt) of t! e HI i tn which is required to defray the eipeiisnn of jour triul. doHitfH of ihci eJielnsed .nttri i-: noi t by the ycwhip in tiiis Ivet overy iimu ami woimai iu the Htiitti givo their mite low.irda defraying iVe iivwins from Glovijv vesui e. When men dare tocnt'.-rthe htillaof rmrOnp- eutictlaws in direct unntradiotion u.tbe Kigliur tramplf? on LoHejt audpurest nature. T tau] that it '3 every mun's aud woiuan'fl buainoeg hi the JDI- ted to UBO their against t icie of liberty I would I emld in every heart u loathing detoUtun uf Slavery. 1 fuel thntl to describe nbhorence of'tl is peculiar uiitituiimi. ILRJ- our bird yf true-loin IIJH wingfl iu fiorruw, and our Mar-s mn- bnuner wreftthorl in fol If. of inimiriful einbluins uf that cancer of Slavery, which oaten its way into tho hcarf of Liberty, leavinj; its oppressive enra j upou JK- rv Anu-riunu nytit. Ool UK iiui.J. ww TiHi lut-ioJrK. 'ItH lll'ilrt fir ,T IlTf tl, til'- -If tn 'linh a branch of their house in New York. most destructive lire occurred ftt tl villnRoof Newburgli, Ohio, on tlie night of tli 7th ipst. A tavern and noveral other build- in together with a large amount of property w re destroyed. IK card of the nud Millers' Itauk enate of United fitatti, Jm vutoe have almost uniformly been on the ;iJu   It U HiiggeNtttd that m thiw anwiou iuti commenced with Kini{ Stork of It is onl> Hiitth H i uurso, Hint line tin- leader of irV Ke- ii) y bu found in our The c-httrauter j tho K oJ the ollicersi H suHieient gimrttntv pub- j w T. lit eonfideneo in (idmintitration.' moini. u hnpe St-nahir Hewurd. tliih tiiin-, iDiwt see, tlmt the only hope for LiU'i't> in thin country, U iu the in whieli freemen uf till part iff. 'ifliout any ihouk to theli- furmer politieiil feeli ur prej- udices, eftii uuitfi, ;iud carry fiinvtu-t the banner of Freeiiom, till it waves in triuiu >1. over our land. In uomnion with ttie Kepul ciun. thro'- out tho I'uion. we rejoice ut IUH rt His dufecit, iltis junc-ture, would 1 nve been d dUastruus foUnv to libeity. Vov, it vimltl hnvo j c bccu the triumph of proseriplion and religious intolontiu'e His el  betielk of_tlit- puur or- CHK M. K. R. for tbe pf t liuvo buuu etjiml to 90 per cout, fitter iji 'hi'' tlio intorest npou itw futideil anfl enty six firu at M in., on the 4th inst. involving IL IOSM of Tw iaes, were destroyed by 00 on which there WUB an insurance of Of1 Vr. Lot'isPM'ERS We received St es iliaugeB of the 24th morning the fir fc papers we have had from that city, for the In. three weeks. Wo conclude the embargo on tho RailrontU, between Chichgo and St. Li iia, hiH been removed. AT TMI3 PJULADKI.I'IltA MlNT. Tl 3 amount of gold bullion received on deposit du int the month of Jun. wns i _ "t...ii: ___ ahfrA A.I IOO enn no hmger lioue t the Auti-iSlnvery Ht'iniinenr. of tho or become Jiandiua'nl to Southern D. It may rust n few votes for Hiich I iinkfi-bi, HH Biuiiol UHiinnm. i'ov H. S. ftuimtor Sbtiw, for County Troinjurt'V, but ev. nwith fin; powarfnl aid of such weighty ciiu JidnLes, it uiust speedily wink into contempt ;tr u oblivion. J'rom Hon. M. Cliiim- lUi Vroul Tha and letter, from Senntor of Olii read with interest. A ITepiihlieni Cni will bo able to reach our hint I y Si M Her trict Judaea in tin.1 mmlc t Clmte. expect to ae nil er bullion, .f j impeached or l.'g.tlitired out of office if in Tl coiouKQ during the same time H0t or the State. ailver, VAVKSATION ON LAKK nr pellur Kt, Jucholon, arrived at Oewego, on .....insfc. with of flour. She en- witor her ing h.motjeived an cflVctiial oiieek.in tool Jiij ht'i'L'iived as certain imps, in Ftitl piii'ibh, did, the tidingn ti the lit-'ul cloiul The) thke Ibe duleat uf kitljiiinveir? in lieiirt, i'6 though nhive-eaicU- IM.'I been their ili-'ir n.-it- ural Tin: I'm "'J'ho rw- ot'Rycrutl rtiul IlouHi in rtrhpondfd In with ik of jity nil ovor the Siute We i'ttii ey how imr futberd felt, wliew llu-y luMrdol'lliu ot'C'orinvnlli." bj'tlie.Vmeriean Kverj Kepublloiin iu the fettite and iV't ia Ih.iL (here .1 ftiiod lime 'J'ln- cotirhe Miller will ot eourH-i.ttiti he dii-i't led at Wiichiriylon 11 u In tht1 light man to renpond to fhe wihheH of Hitch (in nnpi iticipletl UK C'ali-b (JuiiUiitg and K. 0. Iiy MI id amtgmit to uiil in ail thin pioeebH, Ot fhU man e oun give imr opiniuct so far itu bin pulit- ifiil lift; ID concerned, tm KHiidolnh ol :in einiui iii alarer.mfiu. 'If c is bin for- nip' !ie and ubiuen like rotten inru-hcr cl.' We are tin IR not an Anieilein Uo nay orcr trigbt, but t-M Hthor: d aining cup, departed, r u about eig-tity redt f oai tljd I x u to Jc-ath. f. w HI I! dint.mt, niiJ an ih .t fulln-i thin luL.k c i upon the ri-niaini ul' biut vthu wbuuU i> b vn tun of bin lining ami tt e JivarMiroketi uisdher JSM-! with (ill i of n miitlirrtf hcan upou thtt J H of I or, AM tin- fUivufhu ut thoni; b utfaerw niiu slut tin w.uifd tu the u chilJ.ood, iu which ho li-i Vit-un lhi-ir litveit c ut othcrwtBothe to reniat to lust txtremity, i tut iiisolenco otb> i OII'M, Hlavi-r> Whilw roft'ly to ri'siat, atull i iiziirdK, the t'xleuKinn ol'iilavi ry into free iry, itjul U> pvocuvw the, the odious i esn iiy on our i-itizetiti, iie s not bclievi) in i 10 tho We Hera J Gm irument co inter- i -ro wiih the institution in Stuteu, and will It is rumored here, to-my, and u-i be lunri'I B firm of the C'oimtitu- with BOIHO corteinty, 1 hcleivu, thut i'iollGrjni- 'oii and the American. pullod down .1 id Str We do not know itny voting DELILAH Tut: ful.lo'witif; is from a jirivulc Ijttor, to i friunj in thin city, dntcd ;tt Albuqtiefnne, Itw Mexico, JLII. 1955. The LvginlHrure of tiiirf Territory is in BISHHJOU at Santa I hare er aoLMi tho nascmblngc, but funcj it (uuat bo vciy per-itn; writing tf tho Oraud Jury here, (U-ueriheK it, I tli nV, Twehe Blankuta Thrco former Mexicaufl and tlio huter i planted in llio MoBHillu Valley, nud on' in lictaiuuuionti of V. S- Troops who were JKJJ te-1 E.'iBlern linll'of tlmtitate--niid j there to protect it. Tlua i ell nLMjuninlod with tbin ol arc for left for bantu Vo with the news t the Generftl (Jovernnie ttrnterfero with cry in the btatuc. And i "tlmt is the opin- eijU.'rtniiiud of ubolttionKt! b> our Western nils, it it: tho duty of the 1 epublichn U trtwh i- iniui well ith J i n.'iv to correct such Jin imp) Wu arc ri to justify him in making n attack up-, I rights and State roignty. and for Amhi tiling are JIK- 10 uf 'io by roputfttion iple uin .ve cleorly granted by tlf) Conatitistion. icpur i Hb -H. i 1 >ok ut '1 he lltiri and he ice ut them I if t'i" t crrtln- thr -3 hi- principlo b) iubi jiion m. by Mr. Tit.U, i i hat our two tire, to m Hinl iiHitittj. We In lievf it in tu.> t m1 tint v ninvorthi means mrc tbcsi- t iiuV ory j.n-t U, tlmt wu I the iulliii-nco tluv 1 RH e i tti "ffre iJ'Hi'nliiv Kitd (Imsiihftmuiuii, with n liijht "ill And if had imnv "i" tinvii eufih. jmul bank pa- er, tluiii ivc now to ttM'c! iu oui otliei-, i i-oiild iio tw itv nt- much JtijtiiDht llui'- 1 limn, the Viort Adniin- i .trittimt, w enn. o.' of the e ;i dollar in our pot- TO 'I III: 1 r he hy tlie public Hall on Fr'ulny evening to drhw up and mtike pul lie a pthtoment :.ud money both ftlie wnumnt requiit-il to liqi the ;3nion., iiuil vuur oiily r  The miti bring on Litjtiveeii tin1 Stat- anil Fed- eral Judiciary, hi which the Stnt-1 certainly havo the Hide, and, the to U NViseonftii) jivis- stiuttt a most iiiu'rehtiug Kpect.'icle 01 tioiial Ikight and Ktoriml cppofjud tu UnconBtitntioiial Usuipatitm and Aibiti'nry Power. The and ol tho strug- gle inoHt, deeply tut ['rest fill me i (tnd tr..c Tho election ut sii Imn out nnd faithful the Semite, f ires tu nil the fric-ruls of (mi A HAT ut the lie- loit Jouriii'il.will he jj'caeei] to lerivu, we have but n yr-'Sfnti't! with a new hat Our "jannry'1 uld hat. which mm-it -vih-il liiw envy, ix now :it inn If wan pro- till friend Browser recovers inni; mental Silkinan ib the Jinppy lu.m xvlm furiHHhcd iin with ;i nexv one, ,ind ho has fnllmipply left, as us Uio one now whieli bi d, of wrtf i-Ioi-lt'il Jlii.'.'tnt- u hii The pnhlie can tn c oil' from h term. St., .iimi on tin; mont] store in tin ihr i.orth of Hr. days in ntiy war ainou de- number of ucroa any one hae rec'd of Jtichigau, which takosell'ect nestMny, piuliibitn thr uiniiufactiire HH tho KiJeof Hjm'itoua liiiuon as n irii- pri-wfi'itueiit 'ire the pennltios for tbe violHtions of tho law. rutoxicatpj perhunn are tn be used as a ml if they refuse to diiiclime they obtaiuoJ to he puni'.bed for ced and to b. You may roiuember tl.nt in 1303, aft ;r the ae-, conteinpt of court. Liquor to b of Mr. Jeffuraou to the V eaidc-ncy, i deployed. Cider nnd wine nm> be i Cougrens repealed the Judiciary ot of tho tured, btif- not sold in hiimi: ing year, by which rcycnlnll t ie 1 drank UH tbt- prcmwfi'. fimit mei Ihur Sir EncloBcd to apply o my account for the free DRIHOW t, H-IH! D1 toaidin eancelling rhe eotitn of tht BiiitH for a i-ylit-ve in the htiuv on-inspired Hootrine. of tito righ; till mm to "liberty.'' Vou luive the of the niiiBa in (his region, while .lut'gc (0 Jlil- ier is ofjtucme'l onJy au a blood hound, dirty bidding of Hio man thnf, frr Hie H iki- of tin- apiu'w. I sin a firm i i the doe- trine, which we acme timoa ning: hou the wiRlit %tth the ik'M And the truth (.hull be, And uyine'ivhnt (lioio nui; ti1 istmid Thnt day tlic world see GIorii'iiH doefcrine And 1 ivjiMCf ihat day it, bi'ginnmg to dnivr, tw, .11 eiMisiit. Al! honor to the rl'  fortliorn Liyhfc, urr'tvcd at New i, on the 14ch inttt., with California to the J-lth nit., I'ftmengrfris t Ularicon was tried ht on Tut-adny hint. Tor robbing the Sin -iimn House, and to 4 That the. K. D. HOI.TOX, j I auk. Mil d priee T'o to e .1 uut, Mi. il it. i, point ii> -n whcr upiMi, ui' lijittereil Miivbodv or fi'i' Jt'e "-nfce of uiiilf -to. Kut I wti-told inr S Olfii' ol" tl.m plact-, "hen 1 motinrt'd ihat i March tc SUUM-JOU p tin- jiic tu r tin i ml O.-f. mi.c. 1 ,.11. elder. I he (iiiunl i u- tint H true, 'mt if lln-y n'i ill ti til..; uf Jii.- Tlu IC.s. Mr. Ou Tut-ibj. "lie lii-i-n i-Ufteil, iiml t> float abov tin! H'tJe I isiovt to r-d'ourii j Mi. hoptf roolien wilt urevnil: '-.lit iVrft di I wish toatteuU the of the iGrtht j pi tlocwun: jl 0 the SUJU-VIJK ut Mad-' i, Mjiuiiic.il tu of'tin- (i' IVirrt to iiKcr ihe rt'imHi-tmom Iu M iir.mil fluiy ut trial Ueforo J.r.Iuf Mill.-r Ii t u1 verdict, 1 Mr HoU, that f.tu-Mw, 1 fir-t p-'t tin' hall in I'ihU 'u- if HUvl. as i- .ML'h'-rtfcd us. rlu-re t> no what u .ty -ic.1 jr' do iu tin uoi'lu. But wr am-rhiT iv mat- i r The Hunker Th f the ami j lltlll-v at- the rl rn.'isurer  s. wharexvr tJ'tJ lovers of Justice nntl j Triftk Fuutt." Th it to i' esulii Muipitliizfritmt o' State, to d tei'iuuR' for Ivcb in what time and n inuer their coiitnlmtioni I ran do, with i-i a of receiving: RlCIIMON'D, Feb. 3, dollt.i 'H.i- vcn a iiiiprihoninent in the Penitentiary A "IHT THKY BRINU Xnw York Hoard I nl migration tlmt in I mo ey hn? lioen brought into the country in the Ir.sl year hy German J ins. Maria Cuimuingg, of Mns.saclnisett8, if LnmplJKhtor" ran an well, IB now in Ku1 York, ongnyod upon another work soon to be rought out, V iTiimtuvs FJIOM X Y. Tn that Gov. nftniiiana, nils wit drawn' from tlio Methodist Ol ureh, nsaign- i in-; hat liis p.iHtor (is a "Know Nothing." A 5- n raeuting ot tlie Kvio Ii. R. Co ut Philadelphia, on tho J-th iitat Semitor J.ui Cooper resigned the Piouitiem'y. anil Ks- iovertior Bifiler was fliiccenror The present DIatrictJi hold j their otfiecB u inter a nth enmi'iij repea'r bit1. Tlio npirit, whifh the iulmiiiisti juion of Hi Fugitive Slave Act in in tlto inav, not improhabiy, rci-jnire ft future myresu io repeat the precedent. Iliad the {ileiibUie of adding uiy u He of ten dullum to the CnngLCJiHonni eontrl nitimi for the indemnity of and Kycnii t winh I L'ould make it ten tiincH a-j iiiuel hut, r.t preht'dt, fliifi not [MmsiUr. Vfii mtiHt net, however, lid permitted to rmt-taiu itnj pcci.tiia- r; loB-ri; atid rcniHt allow me hori-att.-r to mi- tribute tuither, if i R.iiLitoAii coUin'ujii red un the Ho'illicm Michigiri IH, Mondit> morniny two ntilen w c' t of tl u Junction with the Central Knad hulked in a tutow-drift there on Sundd) evening, and tho Monday morning train run in- to them, the (niiduftor jheni in time to ehcck ti.e Kpet'd of the tinin, HU lluil it Tin'I'ondiiutor of tin- drittcd dniu nuppom't tbu ajjproiu'lajix car was the he Itnd for. The fhitagu i'fum thinlin iln-re nu PX CIIHI- for t'.i- conduct nr of'the approaching t rain P. ('HASK. :iri ho cuulil u-en'he lodgei! trniu, ii In hud niiau.'i] hiri 'HJHiiK'fe. X.t'rivn'V   mccltiinicH, IJ 10 ti-aelip'rs, j Maine VernnMii fj, Httmp- M. Uoorii, jMr.viir-Hs 01- TIIF I.ATLUK the 411) membi'l'h of t ohiiHotfs fcO are oi hoot- and rfhoi'infikeVn, iiti ,'iee 1'n-uidt'iil John V, ..i.-r A. U Luhtnd. rroMitiri'i1 K, id 'Ijji'f U. Ah MI. Comprmy eiptn-i in oar iitii nil t on tl i' entire Iiy ih.' firni -.it'Apul Mil.xv A K h Kl KC'J'fox Dh-f, fur- d Ot" ;in ui UIIH ith 10- rtnrta-f .l.ihn Oallin. i: O. H. Iron, John Li -kwood, S. H. AMin, K. U. Woh-iiK, If. Walker, K. D. CUntun, A. K. K.i.v, A. .Jr. H, L. Donmian. S Ui II, A. i Kl.lred. Hun t u Hnhxt'ijiirniint'i'litij: -hr i 'iivi-ini ;lir tming oftieem wore C'ailin ne II V, alk.-r. ff II. J! odlN'ini Kldretl. K Tuintur. '.'he ol the Ducctoi i nhmv ilf neit it) ot the Konil for Utf p mt i ur to In- e. cent. wa dec In roil. 'in: Jj.iTK F.MI.I IN N Tin- if Hiippimed to hiiie lieen ed n tho fiUtiro ofKidder jit i tint iti Maid, ttuspyiul, itw uji H-vtu't'il and IT' Iiy llio Meti ujiolitirni Jlnrili, .New Yu k Tht'iiotcHofth.'Jiainhridy.: J5hnk an tini redet'int'd in Ni-u' Yin It, )MJ- iKi- eici-ti litt 'm in Heeim-il by nnd will nud by ihe .State Hank at AHnuiy. 'I hf not of the IJank of Monroe, it U'uba, in- vul ed in tin-Be nrt-> hy bui and an- cum-Hlen'ci HCC tlmii tlio a-lsoio tlio ijv'h tlu-y are utill reilecmeii hy the Mdri. 3 n 4 Dear I tiv to (he Tree for M one dollar I yuu tn aid it j diflicutt) with llio dark that nil utttr Hiiboer'.btTri will .io the I tluny. or tvceordniii to ihetr itbilitj, >nu will dc. ell i-iiough. tut far money SB i-m ccrind Accept the small fcuin, IV-r it in a free wi.t nfi.T- ini: 1 would nime if I could. Bo i fliuithn, deiiiirilf erd, cacti di'-lG others. nd re A enwy Mormon preacher han uppenred at Three h-indrcd St. joijis', auDOtincinjf hiinaelfft? Joe Smith tho in MasnaBhusieiU. IVi. risen from the. lend I mined bristl} Chiragn jintcrdiiv fnr mined bristl} Chiragn "r 'J EngHah trovern !er to the New York i hettrttish iivmv. J Imve 01- lK'rrf, u-( tu HHJI- nnectiem, 17 i .w 1 in l 1, New 1, M.iryJsml -J. 111, Xorffi C'urdimi Son t'i t'nrolina J. Ti'tinr-hMfo Ir.diiina (J in! ny I, C'uriadu 3. Ti (.iTivj. i: Ac r Aftttitf.'i the 'ith'nrt ,tUc Tlou-v of hnd-ix URMiibtTri t'i-e bom j pttcmul, oy n to nhUl 3? inNew i'1, j to prtih'nif' jniift and public i) enrii, of printers utid ahip wrighrH, -I i-ncli f  n the 12th inst. unknowu. j T IE United Store Ship Supply, arrived at New-York, from Sarmundu. Ja- pun thfc 1-th i "3 UK Pacific Kailroftd iti uompietcd 3 (eel it my duty to e ui; j st LonU. Mo and cars with m> againi'-llie 1'ifer ihi rv.nvi'.ug tft that poitxt on tbti 6th- Live Slave Law. au-J its aiJert ai.J alot-j A member of the hoping, uHVnii (vnie o ri'iumpti mt jjit u LpftinXure (Ho'ise) named th--vile bi'-wniulrirla nrrnypd .itai.ist yjrt. j a in f-breeil Inaian. about the-IIIIL Livlit !i-i( .Turin on tl.e Ctli.for New S'ITH ntus iln- for 'itorftom I'hiUid-lpIiiu I 'oii.ity, Mnuday iflHt.Pi'att, tht-Ansfcricnn oiij- vvftti ijy K mwjoritv ovt-i- J Murr.ij Kiifch (Di'iu Ainori- :i njdioriti t.( out in the .SfJifc SfUi'tf. T went y-l wo Sihil be S Senator, the wards. ili-ui dem I'i: TJnx'urick. t 1 Ukn i foi 's' Mii'hiKtiu Senate on pe an {'nil i iti HJI v. u preuentt-'H'nira 37- J3rook i, and Mi-1, .uy.it ,i4: litir-.t-tt I. TLunlher 1. ntn Yonm for tb.' rieht, HIKAM A. 5 OIiISK S. 1 ahouid like iu BWHIR waj tu knowt u iM t this instead of Tbe "xitMii 1 M i Ailiuiiii-'trrttion. ,'ry ilull, Hli IL iinu ,Snn: Stt- Marie C'ftn-il Ci" teuiienry. Jury ol t e piiijle remiirk that whatev T ia given win iinpriKunment, and re-; b tli.ii.kftilly received and faithfully applied. dating your fine, f'mui order mmittue. I ihMl RrrrSKlMi.Chniruww. IM with loi D. Trt-a urer. Mil v. February Ii to, O'DWI King, Jobn H. Tweedy, IwnrJ D. Holcon, Kdwurd Wuudcrly, E-l- u JMintr, of MH-AMikee; f. T.V. De Ber- Oi ,-ici.. llAKTror.u, CT Veli 7. Dta- Botlh Here is a dollar towir.ls litui- T IE Albany GAH Company have reduced the from 9-1.00 to per tiiousnnd Th'1 Hti'anier 30, oil the Mth mat. 1 fctl for RINGFIELU, the CapitBl oflllinow, isi now _. T. S. Bflld'.vit, .'f Mid-1 -d by TUB REV. K. A. FVHK, in n lengtl.; com.u ,1 i-i more a. it in.l Troy, on the 8th. Xfrnft bolttofoot- nicitiou. publifh-'d 'D i.ur Dnih, but j >r wjiich i fon -'ere burnt. we have no mom io our d- tbe T r-i> MLN lately drove through from Iowa to j troth of the made hy H St.] aul, one thouannd live Tnrfciet. in Io jiij pt-rmon on 5 ORTALITV IS ClXCINNATI.-----Tho total In Cincinnati during January, S Cox, ci'itor of Mi'1 been tininiii.tred an Socreiary of Leu: tinn ttt Oregon ro Jan Peru, MCH John J'. Milltr. Ynrh ucrt-u 5 uni.itnfttion wau withdrjtwo. nv- 1 LIQI.OK BltJ, nd f -MaTrnuni the ProlnbUnry Liq'joi State .rhick-M >.icr-.r OrJtJiinc. and S. ID purfiui: nf them. A wsr pected, in the Indir.nH ;irti numerwM D. W. BifiTJ.ET Htthev frvu ur ua c> .'.Mfi Kinoiie} ;i'iner-', "ith tt't-ir Feb. J'ith, 1 J FRIEMI nu< torrj- tla: under that infernal act. I Is-re in-, you two dolianfor ihe Free DeiJocrit SCARCITY OF WOOD Tar ctcimer Bucki-ve Belle, fnnn St L to fl'itik nenr Hut dnyisirne inber hnttom by coming in ctiutuct R She hud Vittlir freight on board. The erc'-tion u! uftw if ind mytie of Dniid, f" rhePrewoftkiaSUtttiire to: l and ami call tn k cirenUr _ Truly rniir siacere Friend P.iTBI'-K revL ing thTOUghomt i to negotiate with tiie ra'iiroiidj coiop for -1 lew bridge to be erected aeroii tif jriv- bringing in ol wood, ami furniibing it needy era Sheboygan. cnnipunieri at coat price. recent ropjeting of the Chicago Coinim n Co.ni-1 cil by the coamii'.tce of cil, in view of the e.xtreiue ncarcity f wood, i appointed :o exttnine into the affairs of the in that City, the Mayor appointed a ci niajittt-e Slate Prison. Tim Illinou Legiiliture adjourned nor tiif at r o'clock, yenterday nr 'i i riiu Iin have ID II orn rii'til the jM-nini-uta h b  in t n' IiKOil of tljH i.-'j m-tt til with A ptnlion of! wbicliwun only reei-ntJy litinijjil into nn- ki-l wftM I'turall) nil ut by m-'uftt autt Oue turtUKhip in "utular, HIHUCUMI i w.u ;u n dai In uetu.il tlt-i ivnd cruwd to l 'e iui'lll ulllcc ('Dili' no) br t ist wit Jiiitd (or three wcehrf. J, Ml'HTY M Hutith und ,Iob ttynalf, Kiti-ly -d t" copri .11 and fun', for vmbilmi: h..- I'ni bi'cu iiinb-r futfnn f in MIH'I byllio Comt Tin I-H tin- en -'t rt.-p in il c fipjil r.ttM.n oi Stut i Aulbiirity ttn- Jon t.f Ii il tiif lijffit eourn.j n ill (o'mn'iiu n bill to rri-iil (hi- liiMi of Mm 'Ii, l'vi-rnl{ m-l n foi "ur '.m i u t" tfikt ufi tn. fiottl tli" cl irit> of tliu tfi'fil wbo I'dtitributM lo the n-iirl'o1 tt .urt, is :i I tin no trui Ami'.ie.in ciu think of un! up i.ia A ,'thre'fctiui! of i.v', Miin.m .t-u fiml Krairoiid Co., tU- fot- iow renilutio'ii adupti'd II aidi-tit ThhtC.K l-c up- puii.-L-.I Tiimafi-r Ajji-nf. nnd 0. n.i> -d-'r 1'r'K'Mlcr of thin C'MIIJ city nf "S -w H 'IliRt thi; duly Tirin frr A..-M tilinl In- tn tin ha! jft-r ol'aU win Inuay be tr.uirtfi-rn-d to Ti-rk cv to ifnijf tfi pi rmiin en titU by credit HI thf ot k Kt, or ij traiti-'t-r ci- .tiiionti-n froiij oflic nnd ttt ki-.-p tin- b )okn of th.- Yoik. jfi' Mlvttl. Tlmt on e cbibitiou of'jJincr.ile'i eeit t iid- t-rei tu the truuotvr .1 ol Mhftr f" upon fjthibitiou ufn ititic'ift- ol t.'.ie. fro n MiEwi.ukee bookw. A or 'in- mod ty been teaming in fjniii ntt in la qiutntitic-. evf iv'iacnnt loti riivrri.'d-wU.i fthiiaopiU maple. Won Peirinnuctiiriiij; lit rf how tliu: iHith.uould thiii tow i in tufir lumoranduiii tbe "c.rvot ei-r-l We re iaforuaed that nomo ccrd. art al- read pi'e.t vritbiu tbe vilJsif i: Adv _______________ TJ K amn.1 pos, which han prt vftiled, at t'hi- GMgn foi iftJiie ii pant, it   

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