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Fort Wayne Weekly Republican (Newspaper) - November 16, 1859, Fort Wayne, Indiana Tyr by Iley Bli a a a proprietor. Aires Jay my re iian nov 1859� Harper s Heilry to lairs. Bra gramme hanged. Ii fill i to Day that a Sogra Wisth at Ife by. Or. Hunter Gunsol for estate to bounced in cart cyst Crdal that More spoiling w gov. Wise he had just taxi a dispatch from him requesting by to try Cook in the state court and Oyer to the be Dacrai author Ift a the co Tusel for Piui toners objected Mim tins protest , a Quot it to have Auy such entry ital for the democratic part. Gov. Seward made the books the court but order is in Europe and a will not be a Ai Teveris Over As disturbed much account this move counsel for the state and in but All the others will doubt a dance with the wishes the govt ices respond promptly to a summons and . ,.i3iassigning reasons for this promptly answer All proper questions put Tyrenty sve Quot lines gather up those Twenty five Lin Friend and Send them to Rosity the yet be cup rat Quot that in and his democratic attorney general from this state who Iare now at Harper s ferry to look after the interests Cook Tho Bro thee inlaw. Of the Govi and one the air social Sion old brow i in the insurrection at that place will insist that gook shall be tried in the United states District court. This it is said Avill be done for the purpose compelling the attendance j. By Gid a dings Horace Greely j. P. i vim h. So weird As witnesses in the it Hope Ithac when these men Are the stand something May be obtained from them that Willi Conj dict them complicity with old Brown s ing our Oid Lbrown s Thile Jii swamp land spa Carat docs be a ame involved in Dafen Dir Gist Louis up the Iii Lois rive a t Reg u. And from a a la once Hyt Tho canal in Ono Thoss cramped i up i Craz a a Topf a it was thought Best As furnishing the most Likely Means Quot compelling the attendance distinguished abolitionists As. Quot whether not the foot that Kiok s brother inlaw is the democratic gov Emor this state against whom the odium a they know about the matter in question Luigi it attach should the scheme going Jea that they encouraged it by word before the Federal court with one the look Aid Money in any other culprits be a profitless one we do not a May is so unlikely so ridiculous and con Knox and perhaps May never know yet tem Tible that nothing would serve so Well that some such consideration moved the to expose their Malig Nens and bring Down parties who Are managing the trials for the upon them the merited execration an state to substitute Stevens for Cook and outraged Public sentiments would the do where the whole course seems not so much to find the prisoners guilty though Suffi eight anxiety has been manifested that Point As to find something out which to fake a Little political capital could be Man pictured for the democratic party seems More Likely. It was but the other Day that word was extensively circulated that Cook was to make a confession in which swished abolitionists would figure Bly As i ties to the outbreak at Harper ferry. Next it was Given out that he was to be tried by the u. S. Court but boil another change is made and he is to tried by the state authorities and Ste Irens is thought to be More available for the purposes the party and so he is to before the u. S. Court. Very Well arrange to suit yourselves Iii Lemenu seeing that it is politics More Quot to an the proper administration Justice Quot that you Are the concerned about but lie sure not to neglect to bring the Quot distinguished abolitionist Quot for if we mistake Bot they Are Quot big guns Quot that will kick Back a a Ais Well As shoot Forward and if when Ribeir fire in drawn there Are not some dem Socrat Brianti scattered around the Field conflict w e miss our guess. The depth and political a a in spleen a Pottle Al antagonism is one the curses a a american society. Principles political Economy ought to be discussed with the lit my St calmness. The True Patriot will a Ivo Rall personal abuse. It is the demagogue that vilified his neighbor merely for politic Al capital. Every Good citizen should frown Down the Man who deals in wholesale abuse a a a matter what party he belongs to yesterday s Toledo times and Herald illustrates to Quot what an absurd extent some a in ii will indulge their ruling passion. For Lin tit y years past Quot Hon John p. Hale has been one our most popular lecturers in a Dej indent and outside politics. Twelve years ago he Wrete a lecture Quot the last a exhibition at Lime Quot which has been listened to with perfect rapture in nearly every City in the u Nion. Last w Ednes Day evening without the alteration a single lord . Hole delivered that same lecture before the Young men s association to a ctr. Now see what political malice in italia Ste will perpetrate we say in its haste for bad the writer slept Over his article text Moring he would have seen its Dis play ignorance and Absurdity not loss than its malice. Of this twelve year old lecture thus writes their political Champi a Ixia apparent motive the senator was to establish an identity Between tie roman a Tive gladiators and the slaves the amp ath push Forward Tel Miehus the Monk who threw himself in the Gladiator Arena and perished the Points the swords those he attempted to save to represent old John Irown. If that a not if int than the entire Deser tation was talk spiritualism foreseeing coming events Why that is nothing compared with Opportunity afforded apply the Torch to the the Fere sight. Of Jesale. ago Union and invade the whole South for the a Ibe foresaw la Vople Hari s ferry pm purpose wiping out the institution Jinor was Bis prophetic vision obscure slavery. Does he know that the Verj Par and undefined old John Bro with Allty with whom he now acts and whose to ,i9 that picture stood out Bol Lotical sentiments he echoes have declared and that abolition Martyr was that if a Republican president was elected Iule a a object ii making that lecture in 1860, armed Blind should be Rais la Natter history verily it is even Hin de the u. S. Arsenals seized Ana time Hale has been her washing Tori taken Thisbe believe such a exalted opinion Quot a to. party and Eulogio to them bearing the Case. We certainly Hope the Opportunity will be Given them to testify we know nothing that would serve so Well to shut up the Mouths their slanderers As to have them say under oath manac Corr Echo apportion Iii no Hiuer i use i Iii. Csc moves to Cservid his v. A a. Footings Quot with the majority a if the several Stater Rand secure the Triumph Chelte amps for Erich candidate. will be seen that to the National Era advocating will to under the basis i pre party and its principles in 1860. The average . Maj amp Rity the to District system elec Hng delegates to state ticket is 13,900. The journal also the National Republican convention to be ii Bonva Yance arc Liap ily Over. Who can Nial All participation in the Harper s Fer a insurrection made by those men under oath in one the courts the country a Giddings Hale and Coly live already publicly denied having had any living to do with the matter still the democratic leaders Hie their Lounds and All them Are Quot keen the scent an abolitionist so we Saj let the witnesses be examined. O Quot the lines the 3rd inst. Announces its intention sending out Douglas s reply to atty. Genl. Black s strictures his popular sovereignty article that those who understand the Issue May judge for themselves those who do not course will not be benefited by johnnys generosity allow magnanimous How he seeks to Aid that party which but a Short time ago he denounced with All the bitterness he could command his addled brain dictate and yet lie claims consist Arcand boasts that his record is a a ear one As if people had for gotten the position he occupied when a candidate for Secretary state thee pub lican ticket. Verily i Lough Johnny s a Man. There s few can lie like Diu son Cau. But the funniest thing yet appears in the same paper under the head while he affects to be horror stricken when news the Harper s ferry insurrection was first sent Over the telegraphic wires while he snatched up his pen with fear and trembling for the country to hurl his malediction at the traitorous invaders one would suppose that in his heart the fires patriotism brightly burned and from his pen alone flowed the sentiments genuine love country. Now a change has come Over the spirit his dreams Quot a now the Leader those traitors is glorified now he Dies a Man Honor now he is a Brave Many now he is As a giant to a Piggy. Aping after the democratic papers All Over the country in charging this deplorable affair the work a few crazy fanatics at Harper s ferry upon the Republican party which evry intelligent Man knows to be false and which even the Buffalo advertiser the Louisville journal and the Baltimore Clipper have scorned to attribute to lie publicans the latter two which Are printed upon slave soil but a Hose editors More honest than to Weir Northern imitators disdain to stoop so Low As to Endeavor to turn that to political account because the injustice it would be doing to a Large and intelligent portion the people the Union. Yet the times does Quot not scruple to assert what it knows to be a palpable fails Hood and sends Forth to it readers the intimation that every Republican is at heart an insurrection St i and while he is now belching Forth his indignation though without effect upon that party at whose hands he once sought office like a cowardly Craven he seeks now to injure those to whom he then looked for support in a former Issue he hinted Liat we had among us men to whom we extended the h ind Fellowship who would if Breed Hocie at Logansport a bib the gov is Aii has Baen for a Long title past anxious to have i the state Poisott i . V Quot 0 5 our neighbor who times is in a state nervous anxiety again Abonit our especially is lie sensitive As regards the methodist once Friall remind Himy that while we Hope and will strive to do our Quot duty. We make no a boast our that practice we leave to men his cloth Quot who can see Clear Chough to sit in ? judgment their Fellows and Pluck motes from their eyes. It we add for his Sake alone Liat we have uttered no disrespectful word the methodist Church North any its institutions. Nor would we make Light the Mourner s Bench. We wish we could see our neighbor in so sacred a place., possibly Good As he is he might be bettered by its hallowed influences. Our object in alluding As we did to this instrumentality the Church in connection with the seventeen slaves was to expose in striking language if we could the Absurdity that theology held by Manj All denominations in the Soutsi which teaches that american slavery has Tajc Bible to Sanction it. The a methodist Church South was spoken be Maui e the singular bequest was made to one the classes that body and not because we wished to hold up that organization As worthy censure More than others. We repeat this explanation is made for our neighbor s Benefit. It was not necessary to set us right with our methodist friends any other person Christian principles. St Alius to itik5. The Lafavette courier the 18th in St. Says a trunk was stolen from the baggage Wagon the Bramble Plouse that place Wiiilie standing in front the House. It contained silk goods the value $250. The Marshall was put the track the thief and using the Day found the trunk in an out House in an out the Way part the City and soon after the thief was chased across the River and overtaken in a Cornfield and locked up. The same paper says a woman with a sick husband came into the place a Day two since in apparently destitute condition. Money was raised for her by the citizens Lafayette and she was sont to her place destination but soon afterwards a Man from Green Castle Indiana came in search a trunk which he suspected had been stolen by the woman aforesaid. He followed her to Brookstone and found the trunk in her Possession but which she claimed As her own but he by giving a minute description its contents which Slie could not to a j Ury summoned by judge l Inch the trunk was i turned to the claimant and the woman owing to her destitute condition was allowed to depart without prosecution. And emphatic Ybay a we a a a a the to that a fun a a bit re Ppool time a a a id a Ifer at Prifty amp in. Jail it a Al Onmi Ieie to Quot so. That they the Democrat wisc it be authors the which Quot teemed with the most disgusting fal Shooda . By ? file to a new things Bufe that Nat i stint a rate justic it find consist an i fetch jt8i.governjhis,Eon % vim urn met a learn fim Tuci Lafayette Cotter for the Republican . P. P. Bailey dear considerable inquiry has been made about the Stone quaries found East this place near to the Pittsburgh fort Wayne amp Chicago Railroad and having visited both the places it May not be uninteresting to your readers to hear a Little further about them. The first is m Ohio 4 Miles North the Convoy station the Pittsburgh fort Wayne Chicago Railroad work has been commenced there this season under the direction . Slanker and two three kilns Lime have been Burnt and sold. The Stone is a greyish Lime Stone Good Quality and if it can be got out Large enough for Quot building purposes it will be one the Best building material to he had in the country. It belongs to the same geological formation As the Limestone at Sandusky and Marble head in Ohio and Gosport and Bedford in this state. That Limestone formation seems to commence after you leave the Coal measure in Ohio and extends West until you reach the Coal measure in the Western part this state. It would seem to underlay All that extent country and occasionally outcrops while at other places magnesia and other Limestone formations Are found atop. There is Little doubt but there other places found in the Flat land Between his and the Lake where the strata is up heaved and comes almost to the surface tha ground while at others it Annot be found but at considerable depth. T., the other place where Stone. Has been found is in Adams township in this county one mile South the Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad seven Miles from this Citon theland . Henry Herr and is the same formation As the Stone found near. in Good. In both pla3es the it Stone coins to within eighteen the surf ii a the ground. There has been. Noth to ascertain the extent the Stone found near the suy free a tsar. Lleras except a a Spinall Hole where Ivy ,i3ers,of� the strata has been broken through a they Are a Lott it in. Chs Tui Csc a did it Ija Iju eyes. Thirty be few i i Rock a diet thes creaking that old boat the a screaming Ahou fifty children the shrieks Rotthe pro Mem locks a he Tho Stew Rogaway about a Hun idled and fifty souls and bodies too in almost As Many feet 1let the memory that right perish it Captain was a Huriy str to a minded and Strong bodied fellow Ful Kef Oke and threw life and hilarity All around. At length the last lock was passed the Tow lir ii cast off and he steam tug puffed away with us to the City. At River presented a pitiable appearance a. There i Ere no docks few Ware houses Quot the River almost level with the Baul the Crater running far out. Up the gutters the streets and in some places where the ground was Low stood Large Stag nans pools. The houses near the River were few and the most wretched kind and verily the people at first glance seemed As brutish As the houses were wretched for no sooner bad planks been Laid to the boat than rushed a crowd hotel runners overturning seizing All the Luggage they could put their hands and in an instant the Captain and his men pitched in to a regular rough and Tumble fight from which every decent passenger had to make a Hast exit. Verily since then the docks and the give the Street Sand the runners have cer mainly mended their ways. What Sti Ange changes in Fortune this Western country brings to Light i hailed a drayman who i expected course would to a Bushman. His answers to some questions about Chicago struck me As remarkable for a Man in his position Lis dialect was pure English his language Cor acct and his bearing even while Liftin heavy boxes was gentlemanly. A Hon he had got through looking him full in the face i suddenly put the double , where Are you from and what did you do in the old country Quot had the Man been shot he could not have dropped his head quicker looked More confused. He a Quot eco Yered himself however in a moment and standing erect like a Man he replied with a Quick faltering voice Quot i was a physician sir in Quot Why in the name Fortune Quot was the involuntary response Quot Are you now driving a Dray Quot Quot the tale sir Quot said he Quot is soon told. In Dublin i had a promising practice but a Large i Ising family. I was allured by the charming a new Home in a Nev fun try in the new and thriving West. 1 gathered All together started my journey and arrived in Chicago with my Mone Nerly All gone. I was disheartened at the rough and unsettled appearance everything about me had no Money to establish myself Renjie stably in Niv profession and having no mechanical Trade bought a horse and Dray with what Little 1 had left have been drawing just twelve months and am now As poor As at the How much we suffer from ignorance 1�? had this Man known the Genius the country that standing and Quot respect ability Quot As he termed it were nothing had he stuck out his Shingle the Meriest hut a made known among his new neighbors As a thoroughly educated and experienced physician they would not have cared a snap for his poverty and by the time i met with him he might have been one the doctors in the place. His old country notion., not his poverty had ruined him. Correspondent. title Londo to Mes office. A correspondent writing from London says Liat one the most Intel Esting and novel departments in the times is that in which the stereotyping process is carried . Every number this paper is printed from stereotype plates thus saving a greater part the Veir and tear the Type. The stereot3 be plate is taken from the form Quot in three minutes by a new process invented by to Swiss and known Only to him. A thin layer soft and Damp papier mache first receives the impression the Type and after it has been hardened by the application heat the melted Lead is poured which forms the steret3 p3 place. The papier mache has the Power resisting the action the melted Lead and comes out the firey trial uninjured and most a scorched. The plates Are re melted every Day after the Issue the Day is printed from them and the waste Type Metal from Day to Day is very slight. By the Power multiplying the number forms Hom which the same Side the paper can be printed the times can use three four once and thus print its 59,q00 copies an Oil Ier gency in two hours. The times employs in its establishment some 350 persons. It has 18 reporters at the houses parliament and for these As Well Asa majority its compositor., the working hours Are in the night exclusively. It owns four cabs which arc employed solely in carrying reporters and reports at night to and fro Between printing House Square and the Palace at Westminster. The reporters relieve each other every Quarter Hotuj andr thus though the debate in the commons last till 4 clock in the morning the times in full by Sunrise Tho t covers two whole pig3s the p.ip3r. For several years in our life we were the Manchester reporter for the above paper and had an Opportunity seeing that Energy and system the result which sometimes so astonished the Public the Telegraph not so potent As now was unable then to transmit speeches As fast As they were spoken and after a great free Trade Hall Niez Ting would last till one in the morning few were finale to conceive How twas Sibly a to in Eide done t by word to its leaders by Sunrise the same . Joist a cd lib atom a rde to 3� contain Iii 4 a Condori re raters a they a a so in a Init i it eleven when three them at full Speed would it Iyo l p i amp to a up amp Ial publishes a table the Vii to and a Hajj cities Given for members the legislature and says. A the Nett aggregate Republican majority after deducting the aggregate majorities the democratic members elected is 21 j586i these latter figures Quot Are a fairer test the real strength the republicans in Ohio than the vote for the state ticket. The latter was considered Safe in any event and As it avas the highest importance to secure tie legislature in View. Of the Quot tact that an United states senator is to be chosen by it the efforts the republicans a were More especially directed toward their legislature tickets and the state ticket suffered a falling off in consequence. Taking advantage this the democrats played As they supposed a shrewd game in Many count jews trading off their county candidates Lor votes for their state ticket. Tho, is that the republicans elected their entire local ticket in several democratic counties which gave As usual majorities for the democratic state ticket. The total vote is a Large one 355,768, being ten thousand Over the vote Lasi year. It however Falls Short 30,884 votes the presidential vote 185g. We give a summary a Goverton. William Dennison jr., 184,502 Rufus p. Ranney 171,266 Dennison s majority 13,236 lieutenant governor. Robert c. Kirk 185,334 we. H. Safford 170,587 Kirk s majority 14,747 Secretary state. Addison p. Russell 184,839 Jacob Reinhard 170,-100 Russell s majority 14,439 auditor state. Robert w. Tayler 184,321 0. Volney Dorsey 170,586 yield in fs60"fof tlio4ioiationalcanbid ates for president and vice president. The plan iwas object d to and severely criticised in a number Republican we find in the Boston Atlas and Bee Sopt last a reply from . Ashley to. Their objections which we make room for Voitk a View aiding in ventilating the subject and preparing the Public for such action in relation to it As May seem advisable. The following is the. Letter in question from the Boston Atlas and daily Bee a plan for the apportionment and election delegates to the Republican nation i convention Distio. A Tole Iio o., sept. 14, 1859.- i am obliged to you for a copy the Atlas and daily Bee containing a notice my letter to the National Era july �?�14th, suggesting what you Are pleased to Call a Nev Anvil difficult plan for electing delegates to Tho Republican 1860. Permit me to say that you wholly misconceived the intent my article if you suppose that the plan i suggest Quot would bar out the convention every Delegate from a Southern so far from this plan Baring out any District state in the Lin Ion i distinctly stated in my letter to the Era that i favored an apportionment that would give Quot one Delegate to each Cong res Sion Al District in ever5 state without regard to the number Republican votes cast whether they had heretofore cast any stating that no proposition could probably be made for securing an exact political representation in any convention count state National but that exceptions could be Urgos against the adoption Tayler s majority 13,735 treasurer state. Alfred p. Stone 184,568 William Bushnell 170,503 Stone s majority Board Public works 14,065 184.856 170,008 14,848 182,888 170,8i 5 b. Gregory James Tomlinson Gregory s majority sur Resie judge. We. Y. Gholson Henry c. We Pitman Gholson s majority 11,993 school commissioner. Anson Smyth 181,711 Charles x. Allen 170,568 s majority14,1-13 pose. An list is not very probable that the member Tho will Fiir Mueh difficulty Quot a Ferrag ceding Apon a basis Quot a apportioning a the number delegates to which each District will be entitled in the several states. Lam inclined to the opinion that the member the National committee from Massachusetts would without much trouble figure up 22con-Gressional delegates instead 11, As the Lowell courier and other papers have it you say Quot i Are going in to win How ? by abandoning our organization and going into a fusion with All the discordant elements the opposition ? if so i do not want to win that Way i desire Success in the contest 1860 As earnestly and will labor As zealously As you any Man in the organization to accomplish it but i am free to confess that i prefer defeat a thousand times to amp Victory obtained by the abandon ment our principles and organization. I am As anti oils As you can be for a Union All the elements opposition who Are in Iii Quot free territories free Homes and a National administration favourable to National Freedom Quot but i am not in favor uniting with any and All the pro slavery factions the country merely because they Are professedly hostile to this administration. I would not do it because it cannot be done without lowering our anti slavery Standard which i will never consent to do even to secure the Complete control the National government. A Union that shall recognize the fundamental principles the lie publican party As set Foith at Philadelphia in 1856 is very desirable. Any other Union in my judgment will and i believe it ought to bring and defeat. It will be Well if in our anxiety for careful elimination this subject i am satisfied con vice Yeu that it ii Best modes to preserve the Unity i the Tripura Phibe the a a party and its principles in 1860 respectfully a Ashley v a a r new Orleans ii the steamship Tennessee with advices from Vera Cruz to the 8th inst arrived Here to Day. The Liberal expedition again site Huaman Orizaba and Cordova had proved a. Disastrous failure. General Mejia without no a gun was Defeated. Losing six Hundred men prisoners 1,000 muskets and 12. Cannon which Minon captured without killing a single person. General Marques had pronounced for Santa Ana after. Seizing a conductor with $2,800,000 in specie with which he undertook to escape to Tepee he appropriated $600,000 to himself and detained the rest at Geranan Nata. The British ministers energetically protested against this proceeding. General Miramar against the his Cabinet with Only four aids had left the Capitol ostensibly to collect troops to pursue Marques As a traitor but it was feared that Miramar is league with Marques. The. Liberals wore greatly encouraged thereby. General Doblado had Defeated general Al Baro captured his artillery and entered Genina Nata with 5,000 men. General Woll. Was at Legros. Doblado was pursuing him. Leavenworth k.t., 11.�?the express., from Denver City the 3d inst. With any plan that May be adding that our duty is if adopt the pin who i approximates the nearest to i ii Iii a fair and full representation the votes to the Metz in my letter As first written to the Era i objected to the principle electing Whai believe that state Sovereign ties should be represented in any party convention i subsequently struck out Tho , Fearin. That he members the sati onal committee from tie smaller states would not consent to lose the great advantage they would have Over the larger a a Wiki states by adhering to Tho old system co operation Many the metropolitan electing senatorial delegates. Although the pre.?s and to Send men All Over the country the in ring to Secretary Floyd. The following is the Anonymous received by governor Floyd which mention has been made Quot Cincinnati aug 20, 1859. have lately received info nation a movement so Gleat ill Ort Axcy a that i feel it to b.2 my duty to in part it to you without delay. I have discovered the exist enc Ofa secret association having full its object tue liberation the slaves at the South by a general insurrection. The Leader the movement is old John Brown Oik Ansas. He has been in Canada during the Winter drilling the negroes there and the Are Only waiting his word to Start for the South to assist the slaves. They hav one the Lendins men a White in in in the armory at Maryland where it is situated i have not been Able to learn. As soon As everything is ready those their number who Are in the Northern states and Ca Nada Are to come in Small companies to their rendezvous a hich is in the mountains in Irginia. They a ill through and Maryland and enter Virginia at Harper s ferry. Brown left the x Orth about three weeks ago and will Arm the negroes and strike the blow in a few weeks and so that whatever is done must be done at once. They have a Large Quantity arms at their rendezvous and Are probably distributing them already. As i am rot full in their Confidence this is All the information i can give j . F dare not sign my name to this but i Trust t you will not disregard the warning that Atlas Ami Argus. A the new York i Lection Tho new York Herald wednesday morning announce the result As follows Quot additional returns the election in the state new York tuesday the belief that the Republican candidates for state officers Are elected but probably by a Small majority. Both branches the legislature will undoubtedly be largely the new York times says Quot the vote Between the democratic and Republican candidates for Secretary state runs close the now state Senate will stand Twenty three republicans and nine democrats according to present returns. The Assembly not yet All heard from. The Albany journal claims ninety lie publicans to thirty eight democrats which we believe is not far out the Way. The Herald opens its Leader the election in the following amiable style Quot the result the state election is sufficiently apparent already to indicate be Ond a doubt that the great Quot irrepressible conflict Quot hero who gave the key note to the Brown rebellion at Harper s ferry has come off victorious from the conflict. Arch from All but Mendocino county Trio returns Are facial. The following Are the aggregate results in to the principal offices a for governor Latham administration Democrat 60,934 Curry anti Lecompton Democrat,.-31j232stanfordrepublican. X0i28.�-for Congress men Burch adm., 57,926 Pott adm., 56 582 Mckibben a. L. D. And rep., propriety giving tie state Oregon wit ii but about -15,u00 inhabitants and 201 0 Republican electors 2 4 10 Senn Toi i Al delegates As some propose and the state new York with Over 2 a ,000 he pub Hajj Cle Toj a and Neaily three millions people Tho same number senatorial Deb Gates will hardly be de end d by any Ono who has Given the Siil inject the slightest consideration. 1 fit willing , to have the old by Kern Coni Insaad for Liioi i Vej ent so far As Tho Ujj Valorial delegates were Pancamo i Surovi icing in Jis Vici plan elec Ling Delegato in the set Iii states a representative a Isis could to secured because i Felt confluent the adoption some such plan As 1 propose our the election Clef ates in districts would preserve beyond question the Republican party As a distinct National organization in the hands its friends. I cannot conceive Ho-v3 could have so misinterpreted my article and in order that you and your readers May fairly us do stand me i will again state my proposition. I favor an apportionment that will give one Delegate to each congressional in All the states and one additional Delegate for every soon Republican votes and Lor a fraction Ioco votes and Over another Delegate said delegates to be Eloc Ted by Tho resident Republican and Opp a sit Ion elections whether Amon cans anti Lecompton democrats who Are willing to unite with the Republican organization. But the delegates thus eled cd must be citizens the state and residents districts their propose to a present each Deluga e being authorized to cast but one Rute in convention. This precaution is a ossuary to prevent spu2-ious delegates from getting into the convention. You will to Zombor that after Tho convention assembled which non ii rated Gen. Taylor in Isis a newspaper was Subiti Iii de to the committee credentials purporting to have been printed in , and Wlinich contained the pretended proceedings Ofa state whig convention in we Iii the resolve that Tho delegates from the state Louisiana be requested to cast the vote Texas for Gen. Taylor and the were permitted by the convention to do so in Clear Vio Littion every principle that should govern in Tho admission delegates to any convention. It was to sieved then and is still believed by a Large number the delegates to that convention that no such state convention As the one represented Ever assembled in Texas that the whole Cheme was a fraud gotten up the eve the convention to secure the vote Texas for Gen. Taylor. I am not prepared to Saj from personal knowledge that such a Gross fraud was perpetrated the old whig party in 1848, never having been a member that organisation but such i know to be the options a number the delegates be that As it May. It is Well enough to guard in Advance against any such unfairness. If there is any number republicans Liberal americans and anti Lecompton democrats residing in any District state where they have no Republican organization and they desire to be represented in the Republican lot them get together by a Public Call and Al who Isa citizen combination which i have spoken and the St Teanda resident the Dis net in Jle and True statesmen such As Seward which the be tag is held and batiks. Hale Lincoln Clay came Hcan Wirob act to the Ato suck and All who by a life Long service in delegates to tie . The cause truth and Justice have Gecomo in the.1etterto which you take except Dearud to Tho Frio urls Freedom pm pro hons r i in Coly said that As a Quot re pub the to w we a would be thelast one to object to he a listed with the office Chie Magist Ard undoubtedly is he sir seem. Admission any Delegate from any Dis a , Moch Ruhar i no a i. Tract a provided course he a Pic Sperly is so he elected and commissioned by the citizens any state District who propose to in Jire so us x no a the California Ite with the friends Freedom but the tended the Sake returns the late Deo Toiv m California coming Lead in and enjoying the spoils have been received from Allf but Mendo see every state and District i a a Wom Lii Imi Vear to Quot Quot Quot represented a l ing a nucleus in each District and state a i round which the friends the Republican cause might gather where there was at no such in Zatio made it part the proposed plan that every con Rassio Nal District in the Quot Union should have at it will be Well u la our aria Triy Lor Sun Quot Quot Cess we do not deceive ,&Quot and lose a in treasure reached Here to Day. Sight Tho pain cities who Cox brought our b. D. Williams Delegate elect from Jeffer organization into existence and in Addi son territory has also arrived it is said Ion it Mav Booi Somo advantage Tore a bomber the causes which disbanded and be contested by d. Willing Tho old whig party. If we arc Jiom it isalledgedover2000 votes were son territory has also arrived. Tion it. Of tru to the print Rof we Ahall cast but thrown out by the canvassers. The a successful if we prove to our 1 election Steele for governor is confirmed. , As the old whig organization did we legislature would meet the 17th. Thurs Ion so list term i Susetts to. The weather in the mountains Thoro was but one option that a i very Fine and to. Mines continued to yield from the state at Largo i Dor. and that with All True men m Tho he pub largely. The tithe Utah mails the 21st ult. Lican a an Antion you Vav Ere in Earnest. ,. About tins matter. 1 can assure you that i it brags no news three fourths those Olio make up the re Quot Quot Ortance. Parrots majority for Dele. Washington 11.�?it was a. further the designs such men As have night that senator Doug is was made up their minds to disband and def Jujj a stroy the Republican party. Lii Orts to. Thought last recovering stroy the Republican part. I ports to. But to Day this end Are no w being made in a variety dangerously ill. Governor Willard ways one which will probably be to Call j Indiana is now in this City Ono More conventions at such Points in Tho country As May be thought Best to promote Tho object in View. Men will be put Forward whom Tho people do not know so Colios will to put into their Mouths and platforms prepared for Tho Ciulo Rosment the Condon Tiou which in do Trio Proco a , Iii be country spontaneous to some recently discovered great Man for the i residency a a Man whom we will to assured by these self constituted president a Nufa carers is All right the question Freedom. Balti joke he rolling Miu and packing room connected with fall River Iron works at fall River Ocie destroyed by fire this Mornini. From 300 to 400time with thrown out employment. The Ocol dings Iii be before the Lucifer match factory Byam Carleton y throw High the heralded As a j amp co., Charleston was burned last night looks Western movement favourable together with All the Stock. $5,. Washington 12. A Man calling himself Mcdonald was .,1 arrested Here last night by officer Allen. A Lar e number those who Lavor the i a a the Republican party and to whom he made such admissions As to. A fusion All the elements the oppose Load to the belief that he was one Tiona and Issue old now so the ques j Brown s party and had escaped from the Tio Nof Freedom is ignored Are to Day i Quot Armor at Harper s ferry he save he just such a movement As i have described it. A a % a Quot ,. ,. Of r i. Shpir was originally from Boston. Governor and in due time if i mistake not Theno j labors will to Viii blk in the shape a state Wise being telegraphed to returned an convention in one the Western states answer to Send to Harper s ferry for per a distinguished Quot my will then and there j identify the prisoner and to inform to dug up and put Forward a Suie president the arrest. The new native the great body the opposition a a Man upon whom it can be chimed All York 1 Imes correspondent says despatches can unite and he will deliver himself a speech with which he will have Boon previously stuffed Tor Tho occasion. The convention will then adopt the Plati Brm pre pared and then will commence another so called spontaneous movement through All Tho newspapers in every state whore they have Ono in tiie movement pushing Thi a citizen who has Boen kindly manuf Caturi a for Tho a Xio Lii s use As candidate for Tho pros Doncy by this very disinterested combination patriots. The Man selected will a one who is untrammelled by that Shioli i Somo Ivines very troublesome to presidential aspirants Quot a Pohtio Cal that a plot this kind is foot is now have been received by our government rela i Tive to the san Juan disaster. It was said great Britain expresses an Earnest desire to Settle amicabl3 the difficulties which now exist. New York 12.�?the Arago took out 112 passengers and upwards $800,000 in specie. New York nov. 12th.�?Tho courier intimates that Thurlow Weed the Albany evening journal is about to commence a it libel suit against the Herald this City. The alleged libel is the articles which have j. Mil �1 a a i i Livia la Uii Lugo u us it a pretty generally understood and it is not i gently appeared in that journal charging. A Quot ______1. . I \xt�?.1__uu_____�?� a coi saying too much to characterize it As Tho scheme the sportsman the place Hunters Tho Camp followers those who go into any without regard to principle if it promises Success and plunder. Re pub Quot Cau party Mere spoils expo fonts but a party principle and a political Triumph with a candidate for the presidency who does not represent those principles would be a virtual disbanding the party. If these men fail in one scheme another one will a tried and if from any cause such for instance As a fear the part the prime movers in this patriotic Enterprise to entrust a convention even in the slave state Missouri with Tho ratification and pub he endorsement their scheme for making a Patent presidential candidate they will abandon it and try the letter writing Dodge which was so successful with general Taylor. In any event some new unknown and untried Man is to be put Forward by the ,s�b0nai�z Bat if i boil Fri. h h i la my coming leaders Ana enjoying Filce entered into a movement last year to disorganized and destroy the Republican party and bring Doii Glas fort Rard As a the presidency in 1860 and in order the Nibre effectually to Quot put him Forward they did not hesitate openly to Aid Iii his re election to the United states Senate from v Illinois in preference to that trustworthy and Noble Friend Freedom Abram lincoln.\,. Ill How the electors who make up the Frei a lican party can a faithfully re in sehm in. The which a a Call Althem Success a any sch eme gotten up by the a Patent Brj Identa re in ugh the a w Gua ii�i8iiuuiu a Are is by Pui rom Weed with complicity in the african Slavo Trade. Washington nov. 12th.�?it was reported last night that senator Douglas was Tor from Bremen has arrived Here. She reports oct. 14th took off the Crew 18. Persons from the portugese bark Maria Jose from Pernambuco for Lisbon. She was in a sinking condition at the time and. Went Down. New York 13. The steamship Asia from Liverpool bring dates to the 29th ult. The number Sav the wreck the Royal charter is reported. 39 lost 445. The bark Marlboro from Baltimore bad. Been totally lost. A lord Brougham has been elected Chancellor the University Edinburgh. The widow the late sir Robert Peel is dead. The French and English expedition is. Completed and is to depart the 1st feb y. The a a. S. Frigate Wabash is at Naples. The London times says that meeting emperors Russia and the Prince Regent Prussia caused much anxiety at Paris. Port Law cd nov. 13th.�?the steamship hungarian from Liverpool with dates to the 2nd inst., arrived Here this Forenoon. The following is a summary her news in addition to that furnished by Tel graph from St. Johns n. Of a ,. The Teutonia arrived out the 29th ult. A a a the Yigo is sail the 20th december for Philadelphia. Itis stated that the divers after a examination the. Wreck Tho Hoyal a lbs Ter reported so unsatisfactorily As to the probable recovery .tbe Gold that the underwriters have forty per sent. Insurance fears air entertained that to tip . A few Dies have been recovered. J,., the great to Law talk. Holy

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