Biddeford Union And Eastern Journal in Biddeford, Maine
8 Jan 1858

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Biddeford Union and Eastern Journal (Newspaper) - January 8, 1858, Biddeford, MaineOrigin of the names of states. Maine Bubo called m Early m 1623, from m Ine in France of which Henrietta Maria Quin of England Vav at thai Lime Propri or. Now Hampshire a the Muse Given to the territory Emiitt Ltd by the Plymouth com Siny to Captain John muh by Fumento 7th, 102j, with a Fer Noe to the Pat Entee who j of ports Meub in Lump Hirv England. Verm new no called by the inhabitant in their in caration of Independence. Janu Ary 10th, 1777. Irom the French Tarj Mon. The Green mountains. Mii Iphus etts we to called Fruim Chua etts Bay and that from the Man Chu Elt tribe of Indian in the neighbourhood of Boston. The tribe is thought to hate de Rived in name from the Blue Hills Milton. 1 Imd Isaral says a Ger Williams that the Maana Chusett we to called from the Blue Hills Rhode Island was to called in 1666, in reference to the Island of Rhodes in the i Mediterranean. Connecticut wan to called from the Indian name of Ita Princi we Rivar. Connecticut is a Mochtak Auncy word signifying Long Mer. New York was so called in 1674 in refer Enoe to he Duke of York and , to whom this territory was granted by the King of England. New Jersy was so called in 16 54. From the Inland of Jersey on the Osis of France the residence of Tho family of sir lie org Carteret to whom the territory was Gino Ted. Pennsylvania wins so called in 1c81, after William Penn. Delaware was so called in 1703 from Del aware pay on which it Liea and which Roon. Kii Lucky we to culled in 1792, from it principal River. Illinois Wum so culled in 1ww. From it Princis al River. 1 he word is said to tig., ill the River of men. Indiana was to called in 1ww, irom the american indians. Ohio we m called in 1m 2, irom its Southern Boundary. Missouri wow called in 1h21, irom its Priit civil River. Miolini Jun Niti so called in 1812 from the Lucks on its lorder. Luaao called in 1812, from it principal River. Florid ii wus so called he Juan Ponce tie Lyun in 172, because it wus discovered on Sundar in Tui ii a i Paseua Florida Columbia was to Eulid in reference to Columbus. V Ikon in Wai of called from Ita Princi jul River Iowa win so called from Ita principal River. Oregon we s culled from Ito principal River. A hints nth Rouw or Swiss and l Kii k t by u Nan Tii washing Tun Corn Ponde it of the now York Herald Lii Itu the following tax Hun. Or. Bank. Who la noon to 1�� Iunus uru cd Iov. Of a i Churetta mid service in the i state Hou a of k Prueti Iutin Cloaca with the adjournment to guv. Called last vat in president ho11 hating Vul Lii ton. Ilio prevalent received Gnu Erv cordially and a Gem Leuieu who he Petiva to print al the interview Wal quit inn a at the join of i Fer Iurii d which rerun cd. Or. Batik Cui a nit fluted the president ii ii i of Dent a Jimmy health Lloyw item land Ini Iho tar and tur Puiia of i Ulecki Illila lion to which or Buchanan replied yen or. Hank. 1 aug Hurth Ned hut there Ute men in the nation who would willingly a Muidie the with tie honors of the a Flat so i Aiu told n plied Banka. "1 a add continued Tho president Quito 1v. That there Aru Young uie ii who would i t Obj tit til the so i aug told or Laid Banks. Young men Are ambitious. Am Etruie o a tinted Buchanan. No doubt or. President joined Batik quietly. " ii know sir that is the natural Tault us Outh hut there urn some Young Mei aug can usury to wait. Yes or a Mark d thu pc meet to a mrtle. A to turned to Oil r topics. At Irwin or he Chianan took tin hand of or. Banka and mid i am a Lippi to have aeon you air i Wiah you w. I 1 i Nilst Eari Zemly Witti you a chem and t Rose Rity in everything hut Jour poll tic. Airm an pro motions Ami Duhov mib two arrivals it our port last week Iron to it a turn coast of Arrieu brought near la a Ven thou aund Bua Lieta old nor Groi i nut. It a anal that from fifty to Misti thou Utida Toua a a or an shipped flu Ali pm to Thia country and to Treut Britain Ana . U the value out Lea to till can million of do Lai so much Lor in rely two Aru of air Louii pin Ouw. Birth s Ituna Cut i l nor i Africa slam a to within a new North us the Equa Lor. Living Poitev rvs relies Cutie to with in the Khiuit Judi in Outh. So that ten a is Hill u Wilt of us in degree with tin qua or a u Centre which n � White a Iii i to Iii cd. Lieutenant Burton Oli braided i or in once la. To in to and Medina i now travelling in that ration. Lie la to fam the ensure continent mid Way Stwven the route olb rth and i Illg stole. Muzii while to now know enough to a sure of have Kio u a it Littrol Alma or in Uilia Hunu. Both Kurtli Iii Limik Tony the latter i a mlle prov the whole immense Intel or i the on the n r a to the Kul utri d Ert on the ninth with a breadth of Imus five Hundred to two Oliou Atid i ill m a wonderful j a tile jul w la want Arvd country probably not Interior in neural flu. Tiv n a o the. a i of the i us Ippi und the Rio guide capable of void my All tropical production and inhabited by a my i people or rather by a group or races All of whom differ materially a character Iron the a tin of the save Cna to who have bithers. Tood a the Turpe of the population of at Rica. Then revelations Are the gnat significant facts of Uio Dern discovery and Point the Way to null exceed a by nothing Mike the discovery of aug ecu i Tulsa Juii in i purr. Of the 17th ult. Or Eben eters. Jordan a graduate of Bangor Seminary was ordain so at Wilton n. Ii., As pastor of the second congregational Church. Kit. Jou Fiaro a the distinguished poet and preacher has just been married Lor the third tints al the age of 72 a rare. Tin Bride was mrs. Fowler of Campbe Llytle new York. It is stated that the to a Ami a forthcoming scientific work already Cree Eta million and a Quarter of dollars. This is almost unparalleled in the history of Pocura literati. N. This is Well. It will enable their readers to see a Good argument in fat or of the doctrine of popular Sovereign it Eastern Argus. Eating liquors Neter was More expected of Maine than now never was it in her Power More to Benefit herself and by her example to bless the world Thun the pruent Opportunity affords. Let. Then the Earnest mends of prohibition from Kittery Point to Iju Oddy Eleud and from the Atlantic Shore to the Canada line rally in their Lull strength at the Cap. I Iii of the state and there proclaim to the world what humanity Kuiper ouly demands and what by heaven a blowing they mean to accomplish the Complete annihilation of Gro shops in every Nook and Corner of j Maine. In behalf of the state Central commit tee. Seal Dow chairman s k. Sati to Sec of. Editorial correspondence. At of Sta lot he Augusta Jan y 1858. Tin various modes of conveyance Bro t Lar Joe a Timber of Mclien of the i Egi lature and other disinterest edly anxious to serve their constituent to the capital Yew verday. Halor of the Augusta House was on hand to a White them or by far the largest a Ripon of them Ami to introduce them to the comforts of his comfortable House. Iii House it the great place of attraction on occasions like the present. He has had his rooms put in Niu to Beautiful order obtained a Tine army of waiters among whom i the Prince of waiters we have i not yet Learned his name and As the always bears a pleasant demean or and i Ijuin Elv obliging to All and keep Bis Larder Well supplied he i sure of company when the legislature is in Enion. I Houe too is near the big House and to him who has by iness with the legislature it is therefore the most convenient stopping place. Tin Anguti la ouzo mho the place where the chief s working harmoniously together pin their threads of Praise or Dis Praise a the ease May 1h% of the different candidate last evening the work of pc staring for the organization of the legislature was industriously a hed Forward Accord into a Looker on ill Viennia the Tea Teri Alof which to make a 1 resident of the Senate w ill come from York a Secretary of state from the place where the Wise men it is Aid come from the East and the other Othlen judiciously distributed among the various counties of the state. For the Speake Thip Kennebec furnish o both of the candidates and m Well Lia lanced Are their qualifications for the office and so generally acceptable Are or would l c both of them that it is hard to choose Between them whether it be or. Johnson of Augusta or or. L Drummond of watery lie who wins the race the state will be served w Ith ability and sue co. The contest w ill be a close one. The chances at this time Are in favor of or. Johnson but or. Dry Mound receive almost the United strength of l col cot county and such up hot from other sections of the state As gives to the contest an intercut Juite unusual in struggles of this kind. We Hope that none but legit mate Cousin cautious and those which it i proper to be brought in Are Induc icing no n in their action on this question. We i arc Miv mat nciuier01 the gentlemen who Are candidate for the place will m far a Liev Are concur did act in such a a a to improperly influence legislation by in just arrangement of Committer. Tie general Dik Tiou of the member of the Republican party i to let the old state officer remain with the exception 1 of the office of Secretary of state w Hoh uha a the Otyce several years three y car full Secretary Ami some yearn either Deputy Secretary or a clerk Itile office. There is no fault Toul with the manner in which he has discharged Bis duties or w Ith his standing but under the rotation principle which frequently rotate a Good Man out and another in a change w ill a Rombly take place. Then it quite a pre for the main office the number is nut however unusually Large Aud a every applicant seem determined to keep Good natured and submit to Good or i Tad Fortune a it come up w e judge that there will be to obstacles to a very quiet Organiza Tion. The caucuses Lor the selection of candidates an to be held at 7 o clock this evening. L o. C. Ai of Sta Jan y 5, 10 p. M. 1858. The Republican caucus held this even ing i the state House the caucus in the representative Lylall Aud the senatorial meeting in the Senate a Lusaber arc Over. The senator by a vote of al for lion. Sch scam Man of York to a vote of 0 for Hon. I rom Chapman of Lincoln selected or. S. A the candidate for the fraud ago of us Senate. The Large Vot. Girvin to to or. S. Is a Gratifying evidence of the esteem in which he it held. Jot. B. 1111 Esq. Of Presque Isle Secretary hut year and an excellent officer a unanimously nominated. James m. Lin Coln Bath the gentlemanly con Ductor of the Bath Sentinel was nominated on the second ballot for Awis Tant clerk Oren Currier of Solon messenger a d a or. Allen of in Nyesville As assistant messenger. The contest for speaker in the House caucus at which 114 of the 110 Republican members were present was an exceedingly close one. Josiah h. Drum mond of vat Erville obtained the domination by a single vote he having 56 votes and or. Johnson 55. On motion of or. Johnson who acknowledged the kindness he had received in the support of his friends in exceedingly neat and appropriate speech the nomination was made unanimous. Geo. W. Wilcox Esq. Of Dixmont the very acceptable clerk last year was re nominated unanimously hav ing 110 votes All cast. For assistant clerk Charles a. Miller had 60 votes l Eter k. Hall 30, scattering 3. There was quite contest for messenger and Here As in the Case of speaker the nomination wan made by a majority of a single vote. B. B. Thomas of Newburg received the Soiu Inatio obtaining 55 votes & 1 Archer of Biddeford 53, scattering 1. Or. Parcher and a. , of Waldo were subsequently nominated As assistant messengers. L. 0. C. Temperance at the capital. A new Temperance movement which seems to have the a act of All parties i except the rum tellers Lias been set on loot at Augusta a Public me thug of the citizens of that City was held in concert i Lylall 011 monday night under a Call signed by near two Hundred Persona embracing men who have been heretofore the bitterest enemies of prohibition. The meeting was very Large and a Large com Mittee at the head of which a placed col. Leo. A. Stanley was selected to prosecute the rum Sellers. The Callun Der which the meeting assembled was worded thus the undersigned believe that the unlicensed Sale of intoxicating drinks in this City is an evil of great magnitude which ought to be forthwith sup pressed invite their fellow citizens to meet at concert Hall on monday even j ing january 4, 1858, at 7 o clock to adopt such measures us May to it factual to rid our Community of this destructive and infamous the Call was sign. De by nearly All the prominent men of the City. It is a healthful indication of a i Etter Public sentiment to see men who have occupied Inch diverse a Vitious on the Maine a coining log Emir. I a Igusta no doubt is cursed with the Dis j Truo Tivo and infamous business of rum j Vulling l it probably not More so than other cities and towns. A similar move Lieut All Over the state would be Likely to produce the most beneficial results. From present api Arances the rum Sel Ler of Agusu if not elsewhere in the state will have to get out of the Way while the Bell rings or the engine will run Over then. The Washington correspondent of the in won advertiser has the following Well j considered remarks in regard to the Jusi Tion of the Kansas question at washing ton. Wasiqi Noton dec. 30, 1857. The remark has keen often made that the full sinti cant of passing events is Seldom perceived by those who Are immediate witnesses of them so that Many it generation has looked with levity and 1 unconcern us on transactions happening before it Eye which to succeeding Gen creations have proved of most consequence mud All absorbing iut Crest. I suspect that we Are now in one of the really great crisis of our history and that i the color of our jail tics and the tendency of our National career for a Long time to come depend Verv much upon the events i of the next month in connection with those of the past month. It would seem in if the struggle Between the Advent elements of Freedom and slavery Lor the control of the government of the it pub lie were about to be decided in Tavor of Freedom. In other words it would Sekiu that the democratic party in the very i oiment of its last great Triumph was about to be destroyed by the excesses to j which that very Triumph had stimulated a was intimated by or. Douglass in i tint great eth of the Kansas ques j Tiu or. Buchanan bus been so Lull abroad Eliut it is nut to be wondered at that he should to unable to appreciate tin True mate of the country in relation to the slavery Issue. During Hijab Scruce i in Europe n great revolution in Public sentiment Tuuk place in the tree state in consequence of the repeal of the Missouri Compromise Aud of the outrage in Kan Sas and upon or. Sui user. Binchi re turn Bogue or. Buchanan has been per haps less favourably situated than any Uther Public Viau Lur judging accurately it tie real tune of Public feeling. As candidate As president he has been or rounded by interested sycophants of the extreme Pru slavery action through whom All the that is suffered to reach Hisiu comes Elured and audit cd to suit his prejudices and to Subserve their views. It is scarcely an Exa Gera to say that the president surrounded by his present advisers has 110 More Means of possessing a Clear and just Conception of what is going on in Kansas than the Manchu emperor at Pekin has of judg ing of the True condition of attain at can Tuu. As his celestial majesty the Sou of heaven has been made to believe that the trouble at Canton were Only a slight disturbance occasioned by a handful of in solent barbarians Whu would soon be properly chastised Aud brought to their sense so has or. Liucy Buran been led to think that the Kansas difficulty was a Mere trifle which Coald lie got Over by a Little plausible Pala vering and which never would have occurred but for the fanatical inter meddling of a few abolition Emi Grant from mama Busetta with whom the country has no real sympathy and for whoa it cares no More Thau it did Lor the abolition party of Twenty Yean ago. It is Well understood at Washington that the president a is most exclusively to the influence of men entertaining ulterior designs of which he u unsuspicious and which be undoubtedly would reject with Abhorrence if they were clearly presented to him. Tie aim of the men i allude to is a dissolution 01 the Union and the erection on its Truiti of a pure slave holding Republic. It is in the Hope of bringing about this result through civil War originating in Kansas that the scheme of forcing the Lucom ton Constitution on that territory is so warmly pressed and not from and expectation that Kansas can be peace fully made a slave slate. That expectation was re a nourished Long so. The position taken by messes. Walker Douglas a Broadhead Stuart to the South Aud to the pro slavery policy of the democratic party had never Ben questioned has greatly perplexed and embarrassed Tho president. It is an obstacle upon the occurrence of which he had in no degree counted. He imputes it to selfish motives on Tho part of those gentlemen to the necessity they Are in r of securing themselves at Home or to the desire of revenge for real or fancied sights. Lie seems to Overlook its obvious significance As an indication that the democratic party in this matter of the Lecoin Pton Constitution has gone a step too far in subservience to the slave hold intr interest a step so Long or at least other Northern democrats so abrupt that the rank and Nolc in the free states who have any Independence of thought or action left will not follow. Nothing could Havu induced such men a Forney Douglas and Walker to separate themselves from Tho democratic party but a profound conviction Flat the party had taken the Road to ruin. Personal motives of the kind imputed by or. Buchanan have undoubtedly assisted in the separation but the to inc motive is Asur edly the same As that which impels rats to Juit a sinking ship. The Best understanding and the most cordial Good feeling subsists Here Between or. Douglas and the Republican members of Congress. They fully appreciate and approve his position knowing Well that having gone so fur he must needs go on. Ilu cannot retrace his Steps and the at tempt to do so would Only ensure his Wjk Lotical destruction. The infatuation of the president on the subject of Kansas does not infect All of the democratic leaders Here nor even All of the Southern democrats. Some of the More prudent Aud moderate ones who do not Shaie in the sinister and treasonable designs of the fire eaters Are seriously alarmed at the aspect of affairs. had hoped that tue Coustie ution without slavery would prevail at the recent elec Tion in Kansas an expectation indeed which was shared by the administration itself which dispatched agents to the Ter i Rit Orv charged 10 persuade me pro slave re men to vote for the Constitution with out slavery 01 to abstain Rioin voting us together. Iii Case the Constitution with out slavery Hud been sent Here supported by a majority of the votes cast is was the intention of or. Stephens of Georgia to have introduced a Hill into the House sending Hack the whole affair to the peo pie of Kansas for ratification or rejection l he return of the Constitution with slavery was quite unexpected Ami or Rialls deranged these project of evading the Issue. As the matter now stands it can hardly to expected that the South Ern democrats will consent to Reli impish the fruits of Trio apparent Triumph in Kansas by consenting to any fresh refer ence to the j eople. Senator Davis on Kansas. At Tho opening of the legislature Olmis Sisa Ippi Jima Avia Guvo Hia version of Tho Law on the Kansas con Tiiu j tin of which to seem to have bad a Rea suitable fair Ide in Advance reconsidered that Robert j. Walker As governor of Kansas is thrown his in thu enoc against Tho South that by assuming to dictum terms to the constitutions convention in that territory he had been guilty of usurpation of Power and Hud struck hands with the Aioli Lionitus lie Hud reason to believe Tomt president Buchanan would not Andonio Walker s course and that if Kansas applied to become a Meuiner of the Union with a pro slavery Constitution he would favor her dui Ilion but if he opposed it on that ground his administration would no longer be entitled to Tho Confidence of Southern Luen. For i Kuisell Fie would say Down with it by the organic Law of Kan mis. Tha Contention were not required to ill or i Gilt duo jul to this people the popular Upp Rohalio would give it no Validity the Imru Tutor would be void until approved by Congo a As the convention had plenary Popois it could refer the Constitution to the people or end it i icily 10 a i Grum an it might derm Rotier. Lie could see no Good reason Why the Lutura should not be Pur us y the convention 01 this state in 1 i would be presented me were bound to meet it or be Der ded. Buhuri Idun to such in inv Mono purr pm Wold cover it wit i nor us 1. Pittsy. It was not for him a do. As an individual. He had no Sonoe Alten s be would be in a Tor of Stern resistance the occasion would be one which should prompt every min Sipl Ian to exclaim with the great Oruku r of the revolution give me Liberty or give me death. Tiibi we Kilt Gazotti. A newspaper of medium Mic to be issued weekly terms 41.00 pay a Bio in Advance a been started by or. Marcus Watson in our City. The fir to number bears Date Jan. 0. We notice that or. Charles 11. Jranger of Saco is co Mectch with it editorially. We Avail ourselves with great Cocci Fullier of the Opportunity which is presented by the fact we have mentioned to so Cak a kind word of or. Granger whom we know to be a Ripe scholar a Fine writer of both prose and poetry and a gentle Man. He Haa the ability to make the Pak ran acceptable one to it readers. Karin the a Ongert by the jul like but Lesock to overt at Central Hall on saturday evening. 01 their opera House at Portland the Teya this place of amusement could give the Pullio no better evidence of it popularity than is afforded by the fact that the Hall Haa been crowded nightly for nearly two months in despite of the Stringency of the times and the scarcely of quart a however much people teem troubled a Rich Short Fiat Tom Thoj Buettg to a two to five on a to iwo Btl York county agricultural society. The annual meeting of the t re county agricultural society was held at the Sicu Elloum in Sago on Friday alte Noou a it Jan. I lion Seth scam Man president of the society preen dog. Tito r met of the treasurer waa read and after remark. Culled but fur explanation Wae accepted and adopted it waa shown that the income of the society Lor the year had Heen Mora than Auffie event to meet thee Reneee of the cattle show and fair by about two Hundred Dollar to go towards fitting up the show ground. On motion of or. We Corn in it tee of fire were named by the chair and voted nominate a list of offi Kern for the year ensuing and a Melter of the Board of Arriel ure. The following gentlemen m Redon i committee meant. William Scamman Daniel dense it. Joaeph Staples 2d, Thomas k Lane. William no is. After remark by mohair. We Noyce j. M. Deering 1. C. Doe and Othen in re action to the Paat and future management of the society enclosed ground the following gentlemen were chosen a committee to Hare unlimited control of said property for the tear ensuing to let it All or any part not interfering with the requirements of the society at such times As they May need the grand John Gaines Irac Hoe Cornelius Sweetsir. The committee on nominations reported the following names which were subsequently elected by in lot Rena Chi vein Scamman 01 Oahu. Vice president i Eph of not of Elliot i Homie Dyer. 3d, Sago Luther 8. Moore i Limerick Harrison Lowell Biddeford trustees. Soth scam Man of sum Daniel Demuett Buxton Cornelius Sweet air Sico thomis r Lano Biddeford Charles Hill Sago. Corresponding and recording Secretary John Hanscom of s co. Tua surer Aid agent Williauk Noyes of i Saco. Or. 0 d. Boyd of Saco was nominate by Tho committee us librarian but declined Bing Tou a for. A Mlot was taken. Who h resulted in the Choice of s. L. Woodale or. Woodale asked to be excused us lie thought it would not be convenient for the society to have the Library moved out of thu Village. A second ballot a taken which resulted in the Choice of a. A. Hanscon of Aeo. S. L. Ii Odale Sago. Member of the Board of agriculture. Voted that the treasurer a directed to Diu of the Bank Stock belonging to the society at not be a than Par to me t the Lia Uli Titu of the society. Voted to adjourn without Day. John ii ans of Secretary. Tut Senate committees. The Alban evening journal m very severe on the com Iii tee of the u item state Senate. It the Chairtie Anahit of the finance committee in Amu Ned to Virginia a state impoverished on the verge of bankruptcy. The chair Ian ship of the Commerce committee u Given to Ala Uima which never launches u whip us military affairs to i in Ippu where thru in not a Lort nor to Arveil 01 naval a lairs to Florida that Nev a built a Sun Buat 01 foreign relation to i Virginia for whom Jiuru no Liverpool tra Der has nailed in three yearn and whoa Consul ships Are sinecure 01 patents to North Carolina which Doea not Tako out a Dosen in a year 01 Post Roud to Florida there Muil Carrier loot it through Awin. I with entire Nail in a breeches pocket or revolutionary pen Aiona to South Carolina Tho Headquarters of Tori in the Revo Lution and of rebels Ever since of the Library to stat4 where it i a crime to read the Biblo and a felony to Cir Pluto the declaration of Independence the journal j add i but new York whole Aasu Whiten every Lea Ali use men and Money Liuvao Imen Lav nihed in every War whoa Poat office pay not Only for that Nelv hut for Thorn of Hall a Dosen other state in whole Tux payers pour Quioro cold into the Federal Treasury than the whole 15 slate states put together new York must Law Content with j Tho last place on one Ommittee mud the next to the last on another while a Vecial j pins have l in taken that Alio shall be i overruled in both republicanism among the Farmers the estimated Republican majority in St. Lawrence county a 4000. Otu thlire to ulu Tiou 11,427 Are Farmers. King county give a pro slavery democratic major Ity of 8000. It has Only 470 lament. Iii All the of the Suto where the Furui ing Sipula Tiomi beara a Large proportion to the entire number of inhabitant there even in Thia Aua Aon of political default thu Republican principle will be found to Bear away. New York City give the Pewter Mug democracy a i Udo Ity of 23,500. Her cobble atoned Streeta and flagged Aid Walka to be Aure tire not favourable to agricultural in Surpri. But the existe of of Only 103 Farmers within her limit Wil Luccous. Souie what for the unleavened democracy of her politic. Fernando Wood ploughs with other cattle than oxen and Harv Oats men instead of Grain Chari Tuque county on the other bund uncured with an of thae Large i new of hateful to Thomas Jeff taxi Civ a the Republican ticket 3000 majority she Haa 0240 1 artent among her voters Hamilton county Lian gone by 300. There Are hut 511 Farmers within her limit. Riel Pond Cou to Haa hut 57 Farmer and git k50 majority Agai iut the Republican . 1 Tiu in county i on it 11 57 Farmer in or a u. I a Ami in Koc Klaid there uru but 1j2j. Vicli of the a just Given a Iii Jority. Omnia in the Oiler hand with her a Milai Ion til 11,8hj Farmer. in. With m223, us Wiiri with 744h, jute ism with 7 Cid udly agricultural Clia Rattei am a decidedly Republican in thir olivine it u in the honesty the intelligence the Iii indic it and the of the Larmen Tol new York that the Politi of ire. Men and in Oil find a congenial place and take deep rout. Lille agriculture in the source of the tuition ? wealth it la the us Tulip Vertiea Albany it mag journal. Read and Studt this. The great difficulty in the republics All uror the world is been that the people did nut and would nut attend to the Public Busineau. In France and in every other ulate abroad where to publican institution had been each listed them had been a trial unwilling Nete in the kit of the Mamma to attend to the Public Ine and to lung on ouch Bua urae was Keltto the Handa of a new men government might be administered proper Lar Lor a time but no Auch permanent Interi y could be expected an won Necee aary to perpetuate the eat in Titus Loiis under which we . P. Banks. A warm Dit our. The meteorologist of the Boston traveller re Porta the average temperature of the Flat Twenty four Days in december As 38.10 degrees which a 6 de Gree above the avenge the sumo period Dur ing 33 Yean. Tie average temperature of the same period last december was 20.8, or 10 degrees colder than this year. It observed Asp Nof hones ploughing vet erday on a piece of new Sod ground. I Luau Lor Liua oration a oily no from wa3hihgtoh. The count of com. Pauldina warmly approved by the Patti Dot Duuglas intends to support Walker. A Iii Otom do. 31. N. Y Timet 0orr poiideii0h the tone a Trio a in re lire to com Paul Ding in materially Uii Iii de. Caplin Kii Gie Lias tvs Cirini to delay i r delay Liia return in Aspinwall ill the a Bah of january Coli. Paulding will pro thu Curryjr Minuter Lamar to Central America Hetore hut return und then Cornu Liliuo in lib own a Luijt whole a mime will then lie in Dej thus relieving the Commodore without conveying a mortifying rebuke. Notwithstanding the positive office i denunciation a of Tho illegality of Paulding a act the prov ident privately e Preaseau admiration und approval of it the Cou Isiodore will neither be tic Rifi a nor be Lumain a the or widest Indus tax a pure to and a special Iii Winge i Congon on the subject on monday but in character Haa not transpired it a probably not Jet nettled. Senator Douglas Haa been heard front lie intends to take bold ground in favor of walk r. Tribune correspondence Tho Cabinet met this morning com. Paulding s Case w s full considered and it wan determined to Disu Provo hta seizure on the land a Vio lating the sovereignty of Nicaragua und he letter of instruction nut did not resolve to Reca 1 him or to Ordera court of inquiry. Aside from the technical considerations of the discipline of of the Korvic the president strongly approve the Mora e of his conduct and seeks with Una served of Hia letter. The sooth hta poached Thia Point offensive y to or Buchanan a Kenai Mility t Apt. Engle will carry Buck Secretary Tou Oev s Annaer. Gen. Talk or intend Tolouie Washington an monday Lur the South. Got. Tourer declare openly that we taken if he sup i thut he Denver will not follow their example. Wasi in Otom Jan. 3. Timet correspondence or. Puglia in tends to Morrow to give notice of a Hill for the pacification of Kan us providing Tor her us minion us a site under the a Compton Constitution that alter theates the president shall certify the fact to the to judge of the Mireme court of Kansas who shall thei Sopon 1 sue a proclamation Tor the election of a l i Lui Urit which when convened shall submit the slavery question fairly to the tote of the people. The Lull will minor me tie Boundary of the Terri tory on the West. Lie Tilli Husters on Board Tho Ultra Toga it Norfolk positively refuses to go onshore unless they Are put of by Force. They Saj they Are Fen is and helpless and have nowhere to go if Shore Diu and to be turned to Nicaragua the Home of their a a option. The president says it is utterly Tut of the question to return the Fil Lihu tra 10 Nicaragua. The Only possibility of re i ital Lor them is in Peru Niuro indemnity which will in urged Tiu micral Wulker will not to South for several Aii m. 11. Marshall Lias part Lin it direct oui to lie made to the j Artim arrested Ulm Itiat they and Ali in army shall be restored to where they were found is no probe vilify that 1111 practical uie usurps. Forwarding the View o to Tillious ers can Ite Curriel Ili Rouglin Eitnier House but the friends of Walker May ii Able to Emfs Reimt his opponent by Legisla Ture i vices so us eventually to Force the majority. Wamus Tox Jun. 4. Times correspondence Lien. Walker will mild to the la silent to Morrow a very Able Ami eloquent letter reciting the print i nil events to is Caret a in Nicaragua earn try but n War it fully demonstrating against the in joint interference o the Poveru Yuent us the United states Puiul closing with to o declaration that no interruptions denunciations nit hots r aught Eta shall Jire vent him Una his con runs Ruiu return ing to Central America to Complete the work they have begun. This they consider a duty the re of Sibili y of which they cannot and dare not avoid. Wulker s Eifim to indemnity will to sent direct to con or. Seim Tor Pugh s Kansas project meets with Dii favor among Sou herders inviting intervention. It will nut be accepted by Douglas und Bis Friend. Colonel William of tenn., is to Boap pointed minister to . Washington Jan. 5. The � Senate to Day in executive sow on ratified the danish Mound dues treaty. Kansas. A Lawrence letter of dec. 22. In the St. Louis Dein Erat states that Cul Houn the president of the late Calhoun the president of the Lau constitutional convention bad lied from Leco Upton to the Protection of fort Leavenworth. There was much popular incitement against him. A Leavenworth letter of dec. 21, jives the Fol lowing incidents of the election in that City the free state men hero nitric i a to in the election Only so Lar w to i inert the voting and Ciul lunge votes. Many Miou rials have Cro a at the Lurry on Iio the City and some of them have voted alter wearing in their votes Loizu of the oath administered Iare Yon at this in sunt an of this territory ? four of Klimt Mim Luria in have Iwen urge Ted or false Vul log. Judge Leeo Lipto Hun Inu de a writ of a Corpus for their release. Some of our boy live Ukon to Meiou of the Lery boat and Mill not permit thu mis outruns to return to to Weir Liurni on the of Totite Bank they have sent runners for Aid to the of t and to Niekam. Cal noun Sixl of he tribe Are Here and much excited 0 i. M. Tao companies of l Niu a stat soldiers have Lieen Broo Glit and station d a Lieut them is and Ali her Votos has to March Betti in Ilia Hies i Ouila is Vot ing in kans is and thu a stud states Ruby guarding thu tolls what a mockery of True democracy. Home i our civis a we let Iii ii Milld i ilk in Sill u u lot of muskets Lii Chi Hud been King in capt. A. B Mike store since their were t.a1 Luxl eur Iii the murder of i Lii Llope liar Tiit Imit Ruffian . W i h Theeo Ali or have Tweti a truding the Kir a. With Trio Mimi drum led on he or. Dix a Jimj of our Mer chum a loud Uii l limn can a were give mid return into a or the cubic tia and tie sol Diers Trio Moat intense excitement in Tais. 8pm the indignation of u Law and outraged people a thoroughly Mai d. John Calhoun was thin evening Hung in Ruffi go and then burned in front of la i or a Llo Tei. In which the dictator and Iuo a of the ruffians caged. This evening the notorious Rwjr Moore to shot through the leg bar a Urran shout lie had in Uit a. In nil Liia Xci uie it the Ira but men kept perfect order and al no time do they contemplate i nurturing with the Tot Cimic Ignati Jan. 4. Tit St. Louis Democrat my that uis in Gers report Liat on Friday the 25 uit., news Roalnd Leavenworth Liat an engage ment had taken pure Between the troop of too at sugar Mound and the dragoons the officers ordered Lan to surrender which he ret used to t-0. The dragoons alien charged but were repulsed with a Low of three of their number. The dragoons retired and sent to Jot. Denver for re Denuci ordered four companies of drag ions to the Ami of War and it was sex ecu a that there would be bloody work. As soon As the new a of the engagement waa received the people commence organising and were hurrying to assist line. It was Esfi rated that before the dragoons armed line would be Rvin Loread to the number of 25uu the rid tement Vul intense and the ple of Lviv of Weru rep ring to Tike the Gen Calhoun had fun a Ken the Fri w finite Mixi thin cuu Tiiu Cone Furci Ijar to revolve. To Unwer Hun obtained from the c tie in transmitted bar of Ulm uni Lull ill in e Jasir to work it Cre � it Iho Utran if u nailing viral or to go in Aid of the engine if a . We understand that urn rim of cd Iori Inonu Hare been made in connection with tin invention huf u gentleman in Manchester who has i intimate Knowles Jpn of shipping combined Mitu u comp int acquaintance with me chanic unil that to finds the the copy Ihu tarted to in .11, borne out in a Motif a. That a very Large or lion of lion it Unco run in counteracted with u Orew turned with Iii enl life Power w Ile no Dii i ult occur in it. Confide Moo i entertained not Only will tiie ii need of a Trainer in i Ute of increase h thin Tud of dealing with re i Tui ice but that the invention in in t l and to the creation of a Ciomyk of profitable Elf a Ting Rew clip ten who a cd will fur exceed Trio Bent modern built nhi4 losses by fire Aud flood in 1837. The n. Y. Herald Puglia a state men. Of the in of pro. Add to Lheu Herty destroyed by fire where in each instance the to j Wule h to Iii Iwin thousand Dollar and thag Neaf. Would lie to a Rouimi Law flu Orrin millions in 1h34, mud to i Etna / j million lit 107. It m probable that there 11 a gnat Deal More property to -1 i a Tiro in the United 2 Iau every year than in Uli the rial of the world a Ide. Mull no i Uhi Kuru it look upon tit constant Tii by Tiro to which people in the United mate Are sex aed us in Iro than an Olabel Lor the Gre to amount of Liberty mid jmj r it Ili to al Lfoyd. Flip number l live lout in thee lire Wum 158 in 1857. Und 1 in 1850. The Nui Ulter of Tatai tibial a mail on the River Ulm a in 1857 each Usu tried with com of Iii Haik ii my in Wui cli22 a r. Jiin were killed und 80 Tomid a. In 1850 the Miu ilk a of the a Accident a 28, und 358 p a on Mere filed 125 wound d. Too ii Meier of Railroad a adult attend eur com Ollile i 18 7, a Iii Iweis 120. In Winch 1.10 i Xii Mere kill d und 5u0 wounded. In i85g, the number of Accident we 13, in wine 105 person were killed und 020 wounded. N Accident been no Umcil which to not Utt a with Ion of lieu or injury to or on neither do. I i table pm Rae the great number olm rih who have a in killed mid mini cd he jump it c Tiroui moving train Ali i iting to a i on wine Ali were in , lie lug run Over Etc. I lie to Moi the Lik during the p return or have been ii a thu ii in any or Mno 1853. Frey Unumb r to � toe n w to. K i four Hundred Dieter to the Mil lug Crall Luviga chg Inland my involving the to of two Hundred und Twenty one Livix and pr�1, a Learned u that will never forgotten it the i Faili. R in mid not to Law Over hurl nil with Hrabina. " aim Lor the a or lube slant i id u raid. Nir Ulius u. Van Ienn n v., us de to be u Man attempted to Kina to two no Rix living lit that town mind toll the i Lino la Rwjr 1 with one of them he we acc Lul telling him Tor $54 0 it or. 11. W. Jenkins of car Roll court or kor. Or. Jen Kitia a i the Jimh Wixom Nauvie ski John f hit to Lorento unto end of Louville Lor Van 1 jul Luta ii Vii Ami Uii Lor Iii inc and the Ingro Liu aft a in Iori d to Hia Iru Adoui by a requisition front the Ito Vurnor of now York. Tito Tarti who bought Hin Hui up Willij Lar m Toon m the la Uund the Lacu. M sum Rupoli to Dine Ono Hundred Ole to Well Runnal of the Leviathan no alter the . Tho prune a of tie dinner to be Girn in Aid of � inv Natal or military mar Luton. Pitt u. No oter Modic be Luu every fou Auch a Toochin if of it to Becj in Cut older be i and i in re debility it Acta in the a re a in ill tier a storing health when All other roue Sioe hash lolled. It i to taut that Thuro Are ten time a us ii new n printed in Tho Genu in language in in the u it in congressional record. My Iris ii Ssu Wellington Jan. 6. Sex at. Or of Wujen introduced the French spoil Alioti Bill Ami moved its reference to Iwa elect committee of seven. After debate the motion a agreed to and it Kors. Crittenden co 11 Amor Toombs Hamlin Hunter Davin and King were appointed Naid committee. Or. Slidell introduced a Bill Aine Idaho by of the coinage act relative to the half Dollar and smaller ail or Coin. Or. 4 Iwin nubmitte1 a Resolution which lie Over the common foreign relation to inquire into the expediency of providing by Law for Uio appointment of a minister l to Jajua. Or. Crown being null too ill to re ump i speech Oil Luau a the Senate after transit no Aonie Bimi icim of to Public importance adjourned. 1 Loi no the Home went into com Mittee of the whole on the i annual message. Or. Vlancey j one Kish fitted a Eric of resolutions referring the various Branch of the Mea aage to appropriate Landing committees to exp Rew a tile ii och that it would be adopted at once a the Luca ago had been before the country for nearly a month. Or. Quitman moved an amendment referring that portion of the due Agu relative to the Nilor pm Clit of the Law to a a Leet out Pittee of Tive ii Oli which a Long debate Clif tiled. Without concluding the Dclute the committee Ioe and the Iii us adjourn al. Citizens meeting. I urn unt u it Call by the mayor and al Dermen Uii million us i u i m to a indy and thirty others Trio a u ii us bid. Urdu a Mcd it Cui Lidl Lylall Uii Tiu Niaj Jan 2, Tumcl a Ion the Lullow i it i u my Alkil Etc toll i i i it la Mill us la Jill Ali. Dmn ill 11m county c 111 regard Viiu no Liro � Wilri i of my ii 111r Iii Mimi. Col. Ilir Ruon Lisull in ii , Auu it Fri Kiriu or k Cirk of Lui ii iut i 11 or ten Yuliy Ull Iol ii Fol lowing hts Olard an lie nun it this Omil tiny t 1 hut to Oji Jiow 0 the Loc Doii Ami a 1,-Ejiuitcoul Iio in Piiru l Ricelor us the learn in Ldridge us i Road in a Nicoli they ii Piui tie in Law u Nithil pro Jird to City us hide lord nor Tho town i Suco Nhu Uhl a i soul Imus Iio Dek Riita Tuluii of m id . Alderman Utu Rem tried 011 the action Ilie Uii us 11 Jion Thow matter that lit i j Council Tiro gun cd Mii Kleon chosen by ,if111, Hud Iio location in i 10.itl 1 tl.it111 relation to Trio us Lam oort i Fri us Tho end to Ltd Simril Siut 0110 1 ii 1 i Vepr Annj. Iio in Niovi a ii 10 u Cio 1 Mil of Ull. Foot i ii ice Kern us to clip government Ulm other Cuis Cim that tin Road j should 10 a Ink a in � Ivi Iurii by in us Ihle. I l to City Council had a i Cal cd Iroku lie do j ii initiation of Tho county Rouimi Monert Ami Welt determined to do what they could m a twist i locution Ulm Ute Jmmie. In r Lution to us firm la Riig Road u Ditt Orvice of of Init my of Lii ully Jet in the and with a �rwmx.t. A Tiluy believe ii Uio Lei lion of thelo Willty l of Liliie Hoeltl from thai Ilii Road Luik i Rel i would Law thrown the City of Ltd Elurd Ami the Tow n of Siracu it a very greatly Iii Ere aned cot Lor land Dai Yagu and the i Mimi ing Cotini Iii a did lot their action in of i okiu4 the Rod al the North Riol tin City and i Muir a p al lit i the d it Tiu i Junky cilia ill Izier. 11-? thought Mere would la it l one voice in r i t . As then a Dill Zieue of Fri Linn in regard to thu la Rii ii. red in thought r a Lair a re ton Ollie Luti of lot cilia a. La Cal al Lor action us p. Brately. Rin win o to by individual and loud Oil c were Luau Lor the Yew lion in ii the i will a whole or. Sum kill lurch. R of Jill 1 to Uch action. 11 did not Toli to comp i any a Iii a who Ini him in Bur us Tiht Lliran. Made Road 10 Vole in Lavor us Olieo Lucr aug i hey would lie Ohlig in to vote contrary to their opine i ii Oil or tie other of Ilia r ii any Tun. Id any old. R Liall � Arate Yeii u in i Iril in p w Kimii Lite a Lair and Irue al Ift Mon or the Iii tin Ywit Iun will in i Onieh � .Ti prom my Viii Iii j in a and ii order i Wpm i . Or. In the Iid the re a i tin y a diction Iroku or am quarters to in Theiu it ii. In l la Tiol a our enmity inward Sineol to proprietor of the Lliran Uridil of up i j Thra ii or i Usu Tracy m in int Jemimi a wow in i Tii Eui to Iii lift poll nil capful of. A i Iliou local a Ion the two mad we Rall a w Ulten la ii ii tote. Tim chair Man div Laid the vote in the Niy Stirt. Iho h a i vireo in the Ive on tin it Neil to i a Iii a c my u living , the chair nun in cur i be mull n Loat i a 112 to my some Nilvo Liy dividing the Hosac tha a Tito w on Tho front t action in which them or tour the a Ito accepted a a i Frlj Unini Noii rot. S. P. Mfg a nil kj., then a rented Tho following for wow it i Tho Mim of Liia meeting it i we a Eiehl Iwanec fully Ivy Nuwt that us City Council would incl in a � of incl to Suwit Niueli. Or pm Hern us Road employed to Prus route with vigilance Tow Appnel from the counter in regard to u e two Bridgm. Tiki a Lre Vul a opted and Tho meeting then Dit Ved no Art Ion we had upon Fern inning Tho City Council with the doing of the in not intr and the clerk a the meeting we in instructed Whit i Piti in to make of Tho Ricorda of Law Loiue. ? ? the a tet Eti Ltd col of the Capitol ext a Ion u $5 510.150, living to us appropriated the mint of $1,185,163. One million will in Ivy foil Tor Tho

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