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Indianapolis Indiana State Guard (Newspaper) - November 10, 1860, Indianapolis, Indiana Ciple of neutrality this a tide win no doubt pro Duce an effect in Europe but though it Seema intended to cover some Many ouvre of the Tuil eries we do not believe that it portends any material Clinge of intention. T tiie invasion of the roman states is a month old and the outrage on the King of the to sic Ilies was accomplished when the first Bersaglieri landed at nay le3, and when Admiral Persano took the command of the neapolitan Fleet. The precise tendency of 31. Boniface s Colip sit Ion we have however still to learn. It May be Only a continuance of the decent hypocrisy which began with the nth drawl of the French minister from Turin or it May indicate that Piedmont is to be allowed to pursue its policy Only under conditions which Napoleon is to . Naples telegrams of the 21st of october announce that the vote on annexation was then being taken and that much enthusiasm existed and immense crowds had assembled at the voting places. All was new mexican mail. Imi>epen1 Bice nov. 6.�?the new mexican mail with dates to the 37tb ult., arrived Here to Day. Col Canby had an engagement with the Kava Joe indians on the 2d, resulting in the capture of 49 horses �00 sleep and 5 Indian prisoners. The Rutalis under capt Pfiester captured 5,000 sheep a num a of hoi ses and 19 Indian prisoners. Capt. Backman s party of volunteers took 79 horses and 1 Scalp. The indians Are pressed on All sides. Counterfeit. Philadelphia nov. 6.�?petci-son s Detector Cau tons the Public to refuse $5 Bills on tie Western Bank of Philadelphia. Over $5,000 in spurious Bills have been recovered. Tiie notes arc Well engraved i and Good imitations of the genuine. The boy the father of the Man i the Quot National democracy Quot in Council. I at a meeting of the National democracy of Jeffer i son county he do at the court House in the City of new Yoke nov. 6.�?the Lymes Washington correspondent says that at the special request of a num Luiet at tiie latest dates. The Keg of Naples had Ber of prominent citizens of Georgia the government issued a protest declaring that lie would consider the has placed the Arsenal at Augusta in Possession of the voting null and void Federal troops and also that the Arsenal at Fayetteville it was reported that after annexation was effected a. Is to be occupied by a company of cavalry the title of Prince and the rank of general would be i offered to Garibaldi. I civil War at Yucatan. A Naples Telegram of the 21st says that Garibaldi has officially declared he would Lay Down the dictatorship new Orleans nov. 3.�?the Sci sooner Brilliant upon the arrival of Victor Emmanuel. From Cam peachy oct. 13th, reports the outbreak of the head of general Cialdini s columns encounter War in Yucatan caused by the imposition of in Eland beat a corps of neapolitan at Isernia the Gen land duties on goods from Cam peachy and a Conten eral commanding the corps with his officers and 800 Tion for the revenues of the Island of Carmen. The soldiers and a Flag were taken. I general government and the neighbouring provinces a notifier dispatch says that Cialdini captured a por prepared to invade Canije peachy but the latter Antici Tion of the neapolitan artillery. Rated their movements and was marching troops on Victor Emmanuel arrived at Saloni Aon the 21stof the capital to conquer a treaty of peace. The Jua october. Rez government was endeavouring to Stop the Sale of it was reported that provisions were beginning to Yum Alecos. Fall at Gaeta. _ _ it was also reported that the French minister of i a i get i t j Marine Linail received a dispatch announcing that Gar the late fire of the Cherokee Neutral land Tibaldi s ships of War had captured a vessel bearing Spanish colors and another bearing the american i Leavenworth nov. 3.�?the fort Scott Jemo Flat. I Crai of october 27th confirms the re Piort of the Burnicle same authorities continue to assert that the a a a of 7-1 dwellings on the Cherokee Neutral lands by austrian demonstrations upon the italian Iron Liers i the order of the Indian agent Conan. Much Indiana were increase Init but on the other hand it was said Tion was Felt in Southern Kansas at the seventy of that Austria had Given the most positive assurances a the measure taken by the authorities that Sill a Oum not draw the sword unless an attack was made upon Rome., Pfrom Pike s Peak amp a. Tiie pied Montese troops were encamped at Rieta _ ten leagues from Lionie. I Westein stage company s coach which left part of Prussia. Tiie austrian official weeny r Zeitung a publishes a Reform manifesto from the emperor. Many sweeping changes in tie Constitution Are proposed. Legislative Power is Only to be tiie Seeforth with the co operation Ottlie provincial diets. Tiie iliac Hsiaoli court of Clia Cerv is restored in Hungary and other Imizo taut concessions Are made o that province. Ports a terrific storm on the Plains on the Lgth and 2 7th of of Tober causing the loss of from fifty to seventy five head of cattle. Liere is no important news from the Gold regions. The papal states. I Ion Pelieu vt., nov. 2. The Vermont stale Trecus Durer a defaulter to a Large . H. M. Bates late state treasurer is ascertained to be a defaulter to the state to a Large amount. Reliable Auto Jority puts the amount at from $30,000 to 840,000, and it May exceed 840,000.�? Rome oct. 18.�?tiie report of an intended occur measures of Security were taken last Naglit by attach pation of Ancona by the French received no confirm ing the property of his Bondsmen Ati ii and is said to have Arisen from a trailing Circum Buim it in ton vt., nov. 2. Stance iii he Eert Only did not justify it from defaulting state treasurer fact of the Landing of two at la Lupa the seconded from Northfield last Naglit and has Proba port of Someon the Liben if the 1 Rench were go the amount of his Deal cation As my to Ancona they would probably Send tin her far As ascertained is 842.000, Ami it is expected that Furt Lier disclosures will increase the amount. Storm. Their artillery if not their troops by sea instead of dragging it Over the Cajipe Ivines. Naturally tie friends of the papal Rov emment were Well pleased at any such news and hence the importance assumed by the Rumor. The movements and intentions of the French seem have la nov. 5.�?a severe Gale from the East at the present moment to monopolize a Large share of visited the City last evening commencing about 5 tiie attention of roman Politi Ticiano and new mongers o clock and ending about 11. Manv Trees were proband this is natural enough i considering Itiat there can rated and the Steeple of the Worceter place Cli urch be now no doubt of Garibaldi s intention of resigning 2d Baptist was thrown upon the Square. Its Hight his Power into the hands of the King on the latter s a a 240 feet arrival while the result of the voting for or against Quot _ the annexation of Naples to Sardinia appears to be Here considered As scarcely admitting of a doubt. But the attitude of the French allows scope for much conjecture and on the part at least of t be pessimists for re i a i not a Little suspicion. People weary their imagine Nell assistant postmaster at Newry Blair county has Tion to devise motives for the assemblage of so Large a i been arrested on a charge of robbing the mails. French Force in Rome and its environs and truly if the sole object were the maintenance of the Pope in York nov. 5.�?the number of registered his present possessions which it is Well known tie Jaggi. Sardinian will not attack the troops Here Are thrice Theu number to or murder committed Fop teen some foreign i apers which was Likely enough to occur years escape from this City by reason of the number of regiments and battalions i a prion or Liat have arrived. Triese Are for the most part consid-1 it _ cred under their full re it Iula Tion Streith. I have it on arrested Hollidaysburg pa., nov. 5.�?John a. Mccon oct. 20 a Day succeeds Day and there is Little to Johnston a former resident of record in Rome or in tie scanty surround dog path i a jul Ujj Jug on his was Back to Rock Island or which still acknowledges grievously against its will Davenport opposite Rock Island Johnston the papal Sway. Nor does Liere seem present Proba stopped with his prisoner at Washington Hall after ability that this uneventful state of things will cease a a Wright House where the Glenn Rome Appeal s desk ined for tiie present to continue without novelties. Block now is. The hotel was then kept by or. Edmund Browning. Johnston placed his prisoner under a a a a guard in a Back room of the front building in which was a window overlooking a court that ran Between the Paris correspondent of the times says i to wings of the rear part of the hotel. During ii the emperor Francis Joseph flattens himself that the night and while his guard was asleep Fox took he will conciliate the hungarian exiles with a charter a the Cord from the Bedstead fastened it to the bed which he has vouchsafed to their native country he Post lowered himself to the ground and escaped will find himself i fear grievously in error. I through the Gate at the Back end of the court. He the same correspondent says Bas been at Large Ever since until his re capture at a French traveler arrived from Verona conf Imis All that has been said As to the great preparations for i Attica. Several gentlemen of this City who were lodgers a a licit Jet but iii iii is la Imp Zijic a Alai Iulio Lui Ito ii. J War made by Austria in Venetia for ome time past. Of the Vas Kington Hall at the time lox escaped say Verona alone contains Winlun the Citadel and the in Beard the noise he made in etting out of his trenched Camp which protects it 100,000 men. He Quot Oom and outside of the court. He was not missed adds that it Siuw be difficult to form an idea of the a cd been gone Long enough to elude All Pui immense works which have been raised for its defence. Re i to u. U i j the Citadel can always be supplied with provision from col. Davenport was cold blooded tiie mountains. Mantua and Peschiera Are likewise excitement at the time. Fox is v Garrison Ltd. The austrian forces in Italy Are Foj y Quot Quot f estimated at 150,0u0 men. The Plain of Mantua is he has always been represented As a desperate studded with fortifications and Peschiera is a Little and in All i 11 meet the end that the Verona i prescribes for Liose fio do violence to their few i lows. Russia and Sardinia. I the present flourishing City of Davenport in the. Or or. Of .1 i a i state of Iowa was named in Honor of the Man who a letter from Turin of Tober 21, thus describes the i a a a a % ,. ,. I met his death at or near it fourteen years ago when recall of the russian minister it As a very Small and insignificant . Prince Leon de Sagarin charged with the russian legation in our capital yesterday presented a note to m. Cavour in Wlinich he officially signifies the recall of the Liole legion. His recall is notified on the ground i that the government of Emmanuel has never taken any notice of the communications and verbal repre-1 r. Winged and John d. Chipman were brought before sensations which the court of St. Petersburg thought j Justice Sullivan on a charge implicating them in the fit to make to Piedmont respecting everything con a Boone county Bank swindle. They All by their at nested wit i recent events and especially As regards Torney 11. L. Walpole availed an examination. Their the Entrance of piedmontese troops into the kingdom bail for Timeir appearance at the circuit court was of Naples. J fixed at 8. J,000 each. Failing to give this they were Quot it a Inci committed for trial. The names of All arrested so far a Are j. B. Hagar i a a. Bradley j. Mcclain the the times has received the following Telegram j cashier Isaac b. Hussey Theodore r. Winged the _ i Teller and John d. Chipman one of the Quot operators Quot of , october 23.�?cajazp the victim to has Gaj of Hartford been evacuated by the royalists the line of tie the Econe county swindle. Yester Day Isaac p. Hussey j. C. Hagar theol lore Volturno has been abandoned and All of the Garigliano. Tiie National Flag floats on the Hig lits above Capua. Hopes arc entertained that Capua will shortly be evacuated. Turr s division has received orders to by ready to Start by sea destination unknown. Correspondence of tie journal of Commerce terrible disaster in peru�?150 lives lost. Callao Peru oct. 10. Yesterday just Alicr the Quot Callao Quot the largest peruvian Man of War was got up on the dry Dock by a Onie Accident As yet unaccountable the frigate rolled from her blocks capsized sunk part of the Dock and produced a fearful destruction of human life. It is said that 500 persons were on Board and it is estimated that about 150 Are killed and wounded. In the present excitement we cannot determine accurately. Ca Itilla it is said got Oil the ship Only about five minutes before the wreck occurred. Many of the Peru visas arc lamenting that he was not among the killed. But Why should they desire what Providence will not permit ? Castilla is not to die yet and the people might As Well be Content. The same correspondent adds that or. Clay United states minister at Peru had asked for his >afsport3. Whether any of these men will be Able to give bail before their Day of trial is a question which some answer in the affirmative. A few weeks at most will determine the matter. Their trials will prove to be investigations full of interest to the people of Indiana from the revelations Liat will be made respecting the manner of Quot starting Quot sustaining and winding up . Distressing calamity. Our City was overshadowed with gloom last night by the announcement that or. Horace Blinn one of our most esteemed and prominent citizens had met with an Accident which resulted in his instant death. The facts As we Leam Are As follows or. Blinn in company with several others had been on a Hunting excursion in Sullivan county and on yesterday morning while Riding in a Wagon near Merom he was loading his gun which by some Means was prematurely discharged the Ball entering his head and Ute rally blowing out his brains. The news reached the City about dark and was conveyed to his family whose distress on learning the facts was agonizing in the extreme. They have the warmest Ujj empathy of the entire Community in this hour of their deepest affliction. A Terre haute express. , Many centuries ago Quot even a child is known a his doings whether his work be pure or whether it be some people seem to think that children have no Char Ter at All. On the contrary an observing Eye sees in triese Young creatures the signs of what they Are to be for Lite. When i see a boy in haste to spend every Penny As soon As he gets it it is a sign that he will be a Sii end Thrift. When i see a boy hoarding up his a Jennies and unwilling to part with them for any Good purpose i think it a sign he will be a miser. When i see a boy or girl always looking out for him or herself and disliking to Shaw a a Good things with others i think that the child will grow up to be a selfish person. When i see boys and girls often quarrelling i think it a sign that they will be violent hateful men and women. When i see a boy willing to taste Strong drink i think it a sign that he will be a drunkard. When i see a boy who never attends to the services of religion i think it a sign that he will be a profligate and profane Man. When i see a child obedient to his parents i think it a sign of great future Blessing from his heavenly Parent. And though great changes sometimes take place in the character yet As a general Rule these do not Seldom too late. The Lafayette courier says that some time ago the a Rife of a wealthy Farmer in this state eloped with a Faith labourer the deserted husband obtained a divorce and plot ded on alone. After a time the sister of the Recreant Azife living on the adjoining Fain slowly Drew his regard and eventually they were the other Day a Knock was heard at the door and the Farmer opening it beheld wan Pale and ragged his truant wife. Her father had turned his Back on her her Paramour had fallen into drunkenness and hopeless homeless she As a last resort returned to her Fonner Happy Home. Tiie Farmer called his wife she would not see her sister but a tear glistened in the Farmer s Eye. He supplied her Jire sent wants and then built her a Cabin on the extreme end of his farm where by his Bounty she is still living out the remainder of her Days in remorse at her crime and Folly. _ ii Ken thief. The Marshall county Republican says that a Man named Jolin Sullivan was lately detected in stealing a Lieut by chickens. His plunder it seems had been put in Holey bags and tie wheat had dripped out All the Way from the Ware House Liere he stole it to his own House where he hid it Ard the chickens finding the scattered grains ate steadily along on his track till they Quot spotted Quot his House and Pei tons who had been watching attracted by the actions of the Cli Ickens followed and nabbed tie thief. A new sort of detective is this Hen Roost vessels to be altered into steamers. The Board appointed by the Secretary of the Navy to examine what ships May be converted in o steamers report Itiat they find it inexpedient owing to their Small capacity and various Osiier considerations to recommend any but the following line of Battle ships Pennsylvania co Lucibus Ohio North Carolina Alabama a Irginia new York. The other two the Delaware and new of Loans Are unfit both in Frame and planking for this alteration. Tiie entire Cost of converting these ships according to their estimate will be three millions sixty four thousand doll Ais about one half the Cost of steam Frijia Tes of the Minnesota class. Madison on saturday the 3d Day of november i860, the meeting being called to order by Isaac Smith a on motion of or. J. H. D. To is or. Jonathan Fitch was elected president and James Roberts Sec retard. Or. Rogers introduced the following Resolution which was adopted resolved that a committee of five be appointed by the chair to designate a Central committee for this county which cent Ivil committee shall consist of one person from each township with the addition of j four others from Madison township and that any a seven of said committee shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business and that said committee j shall have Power to select its own chairman to fill a candies in its own body and to adopt such other regions for its own a government As it May thin murder in Shelby county Indiana. Or. James Woolley of Shelby county was deliberately shot Down by a Man named Tooley on thursday of last week. Woolley was engaged in unloading Corn at Flatrock station on the Shelbyville and Columbus Railroad and while engaged at this work his dog Avor ried some of Tooley s hogs. This was the cause of Tooley committing the cold blooded murder. The people in the Vicinity of the station were greatly outraged and threatened to Lynch Tooley but better counsel prevailed and he was taken to Stie Byville and lodged in notes. James m. Ray cashier of the Bank of the state of Indiana cautions tie Public against one Dollar Bills on Itiat Bank altered to 3 s which have lately appeared. Tie difference May be plainly observed by the Centre piece in tie pretended 3 s being round in place of Oblong. Tiie figures 1 Are extracted and 3 substituted. Tie letters Oak under the signatures Are extracted and Tuhee substituted. The letters Oak Hollar in the Centre i piece Are extracted and the letters Tii Kee substituted. The Heads of s. Merrill and s. C. Sample of the one Dollar Bill arc unchanged while the Heads of the genuine three Dollar Bills Are those of Bishop Ames and d. G. poverty a crime from the Louisville courier Joe Lane Gallant Noble hearted whole souled patriotic Joe Lane was born of honest but poor parents whose scanty Means forbade them giving their son the benefits of a collegiate education and enabled them to bequeath to him Little beside Correct principles Early instilled into his mind and a Good name. Alone and unaided poor and comparatively uneducated supported Only by his inflexible determination to succeed he began the struggle of life. To auks to our Republican institutions and his own Genius he has not Only overcome obstacles from Winch others would have shrunk appalled but step by step promotion following the development of Merit he has reached one of the highest positions attainable in this country and whether in the Field or in the Senate before the enemies of his country or in the presence of the assembled Wisdom of the nation he has Well done whatever he has undertaken. But Joe Lane was plebeian born and be whiskered and be scented exquisite without a modicum of his brains or any of his heart the elite of the opposition have exhausted their Little vocabulary in criticisms on his spelling or in comments on his grammar he is a Man of the people born among them educated among them living among them and sympathizing Avith them and this is an offence of All others the most unpardonable to those who think the masses Are Only fit to be duped by designing knaves or used to serve the purposes of shallow demagogues. The people who Are insulted by these attacks upon Joe Lane know Best How to rebuke the kid gloved Gentry who estimate them so nomination of Douglas a joke. It is hinted says the Washington Constitution that the irrepressible wags of the squatter sovereignty party who offered the vice presidency to or. Yancey in joke they say also intended Only a joke when i hey nominated Douglas and Fitzpatrick at Baltimore or. Fitzpatrick declined to stand it As we All know even in a jocular sense but the vanity of Douglas was such that he accepted the nomination More to the dismay than to the amusement of the jokers. It was first brazenly denied by the squatters that or. Yancey was offered the vice presidency at driven out of that position by indisputable proofs they could Only fall Back on the plea that they were Only joking when they did it. Tills is exquisite jocularity but nobody laughs at it. Many people have come to the conclusion that the whole squatter party is nothing but a joke though rather a melancholy Central Railroad this Road of which gov. Banks of Massachusetts has recently become president is tie longest continuous line under any one corporation in this country. It has one Hundred and twelve locomotives seventy first class cars Twenty four baggage cars and two thousand two Hundred and ninety five freight cars. It connects on the North with the boats for the upper Mississippi and on the South with the roads for Memphis Natchez Vicksburg and new sleeping cars run on All night trains. The earnings of the Road this year will be three millions of dollars. It owns four thousand Square Miles of land being about As much As the state of Connecticut. The original Grant by the general government to the state of Illinois and by the state ceded to the Railroad was two million five Hundred and ninety five thousand acres. Lations a proper. The president appointed the following committee on said Resolution or. Rogers James Davidson John j. Brisben Stephen Mills and or. Jos. Y. Jonson. M. G. Bright Intro Lucid the following Resolution which was adopted resolved that a committee of three be appointed j by the chair to draft and report resolutions expressive j of the views of the meeting. The president appointed or. Bright Peter Jordan and Charles Smith said committee. The committee on organization made the following report which was adopted the commit tee appointed to designate a Central committee would respectfully re Wrt that in discharge of that duty they have selected the following named persons Omilion township win. Lawson. Shelby Quot Enoch it Burn. Monroe Quot Rob t Mckay. Lancaster Quot Corbin by Field. Smyrna Quot we. I Kambei a. Republican Quot Peter Jordan Ira Ham Quot James Buckston. Saluda Quot John Bowman. Hanover Quot we. Rinklin. Madison Quot John Kirk John w. Mullen George Klein Jos. Steel and John j. Brisben. Or. Bright the chairman of the committee on resolutions report Tell the following Sei ies of resolutions which was unanimously adopted 1st. Resolved that we deeply lament the loss which our state has sustained in the death of that worthy citizen and Able and patriotic a Lublic officer a. P. Villard late governor and extend to his bereaved family our most heart Felt sympathies. 2d. Resolved Liat we approve of the Cincinnati platform with that interpretation of Lis meaning which it was intended to bears we iii always should have been Given it and which is properly Given by the explanatory resolutions in the platform on which Breckinridge and Lane Are candidates and we repudiate As unsound unfair and unjust Itiat construction which is sought to be placed upon it by air. Douglas. 3d. Resolved that the states of this Union and the eople of Twig states Are the co eco Ais of each other and that this Union can be Best and Only preserved by respecting and maintaining this Equality and any attempt to deny to or deprive any state or the people of such state of their equal rights under the Constitution must necessarily involve a violation of the contract of Union and unavoidably Lead to a subversion of the government. 4th. Resolved Liat there is no Power known to the Federal constitutions Short of that of the Sovereign states or of the people of the territories when they come to assume sovereignty As states which can rightfully control the of slavery that the tem tories Are not states nor the equals of the states but subordinate dependencies necessarily subject to the authority of tie Superior by which they Are created that when the people of tie territories come to organize themselves into Index extent state governments by framing constitutions preparatory to admission into the Union As states they then have the right in the exercise of their sovereignty of deciding for themselves in reference to this question and ought to be admitted by Congress to full and equal members ill in the sisterhood of states whether their constitutions introduce or exclude slavery. 5th. Resolved Liat we Are in favor of the doctrine of non intervention non intervention to the fullest extent not partial but total that neither Congress nor the Terr Lorial legislature have the Power under the Constitution of in reference to the exclusion of slavery from the common territory either directly or indirect by unfriendly legislation and the doctrine that the territorial legislature a hich is Quot the creature of Congress possesses such Power whilst Congress from Wolik hit derives All its authority does not enjoy it and cannot of course Delegate it besides being absolutely absurd is As unsound and subversive of the Constitution As that other i Citrine of the Republican party which i asserts that Congress possesses All Power Over tins subject in the territories and we As National democrats can have no political affiliation with those Wiio maintain the Fonner doctrine any More Tolian with those who advocate the latter. 6th. Resolved that the avowed purpose of All government is the Protection of the people in their persons and property and this Protection it is the duty of government in All its departments to furnish to All its citizens everywhere and whenever necessary. 7th. Resolved Liat we have entire Confidence in the ability honesty and patriotism of Breckinridge and Lane and approving As we do of the Jila form of principles on which they Are candidates we will give them our cordial and Earnest support. 8th. Resolved that for his faithful and constitutional administration of the general government and for his Long and patriotic Public services James Buchanan is entitled to the lasting gratitude of his country. 9th. Resolved Itiat we recognize in that ably Edi de paper Quot the old line guard Quot a the exponent of National democratic principles and we earnestly recommend to our friends of this county to give it their cordial support. Or. James Roberts offered the following Resolution which was unanimously adopted 10th. Resolved that the course of our senators hons. Jesse d. Bright and g. N. Fitch in Congress in sustaining sound principles and their course in presidential contest in opposing the heretical doctrine of squatter sovereignty meets with our Hearty adj Proval. On motion of John Ini Arsh it was resolved As follows 11th. Resolved that the proceedings of this meeting be signed by the president and Secretary and published in Quot the old line guard Quot and that the two papers of this City be requested to publish the same and that the Secretary furnish a copy to each of the papers. And then the meeting adjourned. Joii Fitch president James Roberts panic in new York. The Tribune in its commercial report of the 26th ult., says the in the Stock Market continues and at the first Board to Day was intensified to an extra Ordinary degree and there a is More of a panic look about the Market than we have seen since t in autumn of 1847. Prices were worked Down upon almost every Stock upon the list and the disposition during the Early part of the Day seemed to be to sell at the first bid made. It looked in fact As if the brokers had made up their minds that the Union was already about the same As in fragments and that self preservation required that Eracli one Oft Ieni should Quot stand from under Quot As the Structure gave Way. At the Cloie of each Call there was a slight recovery from the lowest Points touched and tie morning session c used with a steady feeling. At the second Board there was a feverish irregularity but upon the whole rather lower prices but after the session the Market hardened again and finally closed firmer and better. The Day s operations have been Large and there seems to have been Little or no discrimination As to stocks of the speculative class the slaughtering process extending apparently to the whole list. In spite of All the dire Ful prognostication of dissolution however and the full programme of horrors paraded in the papers of this morning the Market seemed to touch Bottom. The sensation twas at the close of a glorious summer Day the Sun was sinking behind the Distant hog pen the chickens were going to Roost the Bull frogs were commencing their evening songs the pollywog in their native mud puddles were preparing themselves for the shades of night and and myself Aat upon an old Antiq Atco backlog listening to the music of nature such As tree toads and now and then the Mellow Momic of a Distant jackass which was wafted to our ears by gentle zephyrs that sighed among the mullein stalks and came heavily Laden with the delicious odor of Hen roosts and pig Styes. The last rays of the setting Sun glancing from the buttons of a solitary horseman shone through a knot Hole in the hog pen full in Sal s face Dong her hair with an Orange Peel Hue and showing off my thread Bare coat to advantage. One of my arms was around Sal s Waist my hand resting on the Small of her backs she was toying with my Auburn locks of it Black Hue she was almost gone and i was ditto. She looked like a grass Hopper dying with the hiccups and i Felt like a mud Turtle choked with a cod fish Ball. Sal says i in a voice As musical As the notes of a dying Swan will you have me she turned her eyes heavenward clasped me by the hand and with a sigh that Drew her shoe strings to her palate said yes she give clean out then and squatted in my Lap i hugged her until i broke my leading Republican out in Tavor of a monarchical government. They have at least one live Republican in new York City says an Exchange who is determined the world shall see him dance. He is James w. Gerarl i esq., a member of the bar and said to be the handsomest Man in the City. He made a speech last week to the scholars in one of the Public schools in which j the Tribune reports him As saying Quot he alluded to the visit of the Prince of Wales and in the course of his allusion spoke about the ease j with Wirich crowds were collected in this country. It i was not so in Europe and or. Gerard said he doubt de whether the Prince of Wales had Ever seen such i a crowd before As the crowd which welcomed him. I Here even upts the Coronation of his Royal Mother or. Gerard also expressed his preference for a Royal government and stated that he had remarked to the Duke of Newcastle that he wished w f had a King to Rule Over this country. The Duke advised him that a Queen was much better and or. Gerard concurred with him. Or. Gerard then Ltd a very High compliment to woman who he thought was fully entire to the privilege of the Ballo in fact he would like to see it confined to or. Gerard is a leading Republican. By reason. The reason Why Douglas friends voted the Black Rej publican ticket in the recent elections in the free states says an Exchange was because the defeat of the Lincol nites would redound to the advantage of Breckinridge. They knew 1st. That Douglas could not by any possibility be elected by the Jie Ople. 2d. That Douglas would stand no Chance should the election go into the House. 3d. Liat Breckinridge would probably be tie next president should the election be thrown into the House. 4th. That if they did not vote the Black Republican ticket Uliey would throw the election into tie House and thus secure the election of Breckinridge. Therefore thousands of Douglas men in the late elections in the free states voted the Black Republican ticket. They did this in the late elections and of course will Ilo so in november. They must do this to defeat Breckinridge and elect Lincoln by the people. The Portland advertiser tells a Story of one of the Sailor of Quot the British Souad Roii who deserted from his vessel. It seems that twelve cd years ago he left his Homo in Maine and while in England got drunk and was Quot pressed Quot on Board of a John Bull frigate. His plea that he was an Auie rican Only caused a Closi a watch Over him and for twelve Yeai she has been an English Man of War s Man. Happening to recognize a townsman who was visiting the is Guadron he revealed himself through his Aid proc Ureil a disguise and safely deserted by passing from the ship As one of the visitors. It is a pretty Story but is it True proclamation Foka Day of thanksgiving. In conformity with a time honoured usage of my predecessors in the executive office i hereby designate and appoint thursday the 20th of november next As a Day of Public and prayer throughout the state and i recommend that the people of the state on that Day abstain from their Ordinary secular pursuits close their usual places of business and unite in a thanksgiving to almighty Jod for the Many blessings we have received at Llis hands. Given under my hand and the Seal of the state of Indiana at Indianapolis this �?�22d Day of l. A october in the year of our lord one thousand Eig it Hundred and sixth. Abram a. Hammond. By the governor Cyrus l. Dunham Secretary of note list. Corrected at k Letcher Bank. Buying. Solling. I pre 111. I Prem. A i Piem. I Preiti. I lire. I Prem. A a Prem. I Breiu. . I Preuit. Par. I Prem. I Dis. A i Pruni. I Prem. .11 u irem. New . . Boston. . Viiu iii Ali. ill. I Hii fur. Gold. Is lit pros on England incl ail mid i Coua Iid Selling at s5 05 19 x. �o5.\xk.\8i.e . Indiana tic follow in Etui Hnilica Zijic iii it Laii specie paying Kun i which Are Rock ived at Kunk of Llie Siale of ii Uana and Frau clips. Bank of . Kill part. Bank of Roslun get flu ii. Bank Quot of . Gosport. Bank of i. Vernon we. A Noii. Bank of . Paola. Bank of Koc Vilu Quot . Bank of Salt in Salem. Bank of Salini. A Valban. Blood Winston Bank Bloo Zitin Ilon. Cambridge a ill Bank Cambridge City. . Buick Greenii Castle. Indiana Bank. Maiio a it on. Ini Lidiia Farmers Bank. . Kentucky Slock Bank i of Lumens. La Range Bank a Itna. Parke county Bank Rockville. Prairie Quot it Bank Terre Hatile. Southern of Indiana 1 Erre haute. Salem Bank . Ohio stale Bank. Par. Frer Hanks. Quot Seneca county Sale. Canal Kan Cleveland. Uni iii Bank. Sandusky. F Ity Bank Cincinnati Ohio. Quot Pennsylvania. Par. Except i Ray Foni county Sale. Central Bank ski org. Mck Ltd c 11 Conilio it a my. Quot to Iota county Bank. Quot Warren county Bank. Quot 8liamokin Batik. Quot Bank of county. Quot Bank. Quot Bank of Newcastle. Bunk of Pennsylvania. Quot motion Chela Valley Bank. Bank of Commerce Erie. 5 Dis. Erie cily bunk. Quot Virginia. Pur. Except Sale. 5 Dis. Bank of Charleston. 5 did. Bank of . A it Ilia. Bunk of Weston. 20 Dis. Bank of Salt. Dis. 1 Dis. Dis. 1 Lis. Par. Pur. 1 Dis. \ Dis. 1 Llis. 1 Dis. 3 Dia. A Dis. 2 dig. Dij. 2uis. Bank. Union Bank. Bank of Tennessee. Free Banks solvent. Maryland solvent. Louisiana solvent. Missouri solvent. Iowa solvent. Illinois specie Payi iii. Wisconsin specie paying. North Cir Nina solvent. South Carolina solve ii. Georgia solvent. Canada solvent. Albania solvent. New York new England. New Jersey and Delaware in Good credit. Par. Notice of application for licence Motice is hereby Given that i will apply to the Board of of Marion county Indiana at their next term Cou mencing of the first monday in december. 1860, for a licence to sell intoxicating liquors in a less Quantity than a quart at a time tor one year. My place of business and the premises Whereon said liquors Are to be drank Are located i room no. On lot no. 1. Square 74, in Indianapolis in Centre township Marion county Indiana Ivov 19.3w Valentine amp co. Minnesota. By Normis of tic president d pro Cly my tip a no. �g4. Dated Only to i860 it orders Public sales in the state of mini Sota As follows at the land office of St. Clock on the 15th Day of october , of fifty seven townships and parts of townships heretofore Uno Flercy in the counties of Wright steams Meeker and Davis. At the land office at or. A told on tie i9th Day of october next of Twenty five Tov ships and parts of townships heretofore in offered in the counties of Sherburne Benton Morrison and Crow Wing. At the land office at Forest cite on the 22d Day of october next of fifty Thiee townships and parts of town slips heretofore Nooft Crete in the counties of Hennepin Carver Wright Mcleod Meeker and Davis. At the land office at exd Kosok on the 15th Day of october next of fifty townships and parts of townships heretofore a offered in the counties of Goodhue Daco Tah Rice Scott Leseur Nicolet and Sibley. At the land office at St. Peter on the 22d Day of october next of sixty one townships and parts of townships in the counties Quot of Wabashaw Olmstead Goodhue Dodge Rice Steele Waseca Blue Earth Leseur 2iico-let, and Brown. At the land office at St. Peter on the 5th Day of november next of All the vacant tracts in the even noun Ber sections and parts of sections within six Miles on each Side of the parts of Quot the Southern in nne Sota Quot the Quot Minneapolis and Cedar Valley Quot and Quot transit Quot railroads within the District of lands subject to Sale at St. Peter. At the land office at cd Atfield on the 29th Day of november next of sixty four townships and parts of townships in the counties of Winona Fillmore Olmstead Mower Dodge Freeborn Steele Waseca and Faribault. At the land office at Chatfield on the 12th Day of novem Lier next of All the vacant tracts in the even nmn bored sections and parts of sections within six Miles on each Side of the parts of the Quot Minneapolis and Cedar Valley Quot the Quot transit Quot and the Quot Boot River Valley Quot railroads within the District of la Nils subject to Sale at Chatfield. At the land office at Sunrise City on the 22d Day of october next of forty five townships and parts of s heretofore not Fred in the counties of Buchanan Chis ago Isanti Hanuka Mille lacs Sherburne Benton and Aiken. At the land Ohice at Portland on the 15th Day of of Toulkt next of Twenty townships and fractional heretofore in offered in the counties of Lake and St. Louis. The lands will be of Mel with the snal exceptions of school sections amp a. The Cven numbered sections within six Miles on each smile of Quot tiie railroads will be uttered subject As required by Law to a minimum of two dollars and fifty cents per acre. The Sale.-? will be Kewit open until the lands Are All offered which is to be accomplished within two weeks and no longer and no priv at entry of any of the lands will be admitted until after the expiration of the two weeks. Pre cup tin claimants Are required to establish their claims to the satisfaction of the proper Register and receiver and make payment for the same on or before the Day for the commencement of the Public sales Othen Vise their claims will be forfeited. Jos. S. Wilson commissioner of the general land office. General land office August 17, 1860. Sept. 1�?12w, 1 a week. Iowa. Synopsis of tie president Al Rocla Niatia in Ino. Go dated a gnat 14> is 0. It orders Public sales in the state of Iowa As follows at tie land office at fort Dodge on the i9th Day of november next of fifty townships and parts of townships Liere Tombre no tiered in the counties of Humboldt Kossuth Bancroft. Pocahontas Palo Alto and Emmett. At tie land office at Sioux City on the 26tli Day of november next of forty to Rashis and parts of townships heretofore in offered in the counties of Palo Alto Emmett Dickinson Osceola and Buncome. The lands will be ofter etl with the usual exceptions of school sections &c., amp a. The sales will be kept open until the lands Are All offered which is to be accomplished within two weeks and no longer and no private entry of any of the lands will to admitted until after the expiration of the two weeks. _ Preemption claimants Are required to establish their claims to the satisfaction of the proper Register and receiver and make payment for the same on or before the Lav appointed for the commencement of the Public sales otherwise their claims will be forfeited. Jos. S. Wilson cominis Ioner of the general land office. General land office september 7, 1860. Sept. 20�?low Kansas. Lands in the late new Tork Indian Reserve. Syi Ionin of the president a proclamation <b7f dated Ai Iffus 21, Isgo. It orders Public sales of the vacant tracts of Public lands ill the late Reserve for the new York Indiana in the Titi toy of Kansas As follows at the land Otyce at fort Scott on the 3d Day of december next of the tracts or parcels of Public lands not covered by individual Indian locations in thirty six townships and Quot parts of townships falling within the late Reserve above mentioned for new York indians and within the counties of Bourbon Allen and Woodson. At the land office at fort Scott on the 17th Day of december next of the tracts or parcels of Public lands not covered by individual Indian locations in thirty six townships and parts of townships falling within the late Reserve above mentioned for new York indians and within the counties of Woodson Greenwood and Butler. The lands win be offered with the usual exceptions of school sections &c., amp a. The sales will be kept open until the lands Are All offered which is to be accomplished within two weeks and no longer and no private entry of any of the land will be admitted until after the expiration of the two weeks. Preemption claimants Are required to establish their claims to the satisfaction of the proper Register and receiver and make payment for the same on or before the Day appointed for the commencement of the Public sales otherwise Theu claims will be forfeited. Jos. S. Wilson commissioner of the general land office. General land office september 10, 1860. Oct. 6�?9w Ril Torfs sa1.e of personal pro Petty. Mittick is Lieret it Tiven that on tuesday the 13th Day of nov nil or , the Tinl resigned of the t St it of i Ira it a i a tier Ilsc Waseil will St la at i Niblic Aizic the Hijra fist builder the a a a Ronal property of said . Crisis tiny f . Cattle hops both fat and it Lack wheat Ilay. Barley. Sheep one threshing machine two wagons. House hold and Kitchen Fiir Niilre Fari Ninfer ten ils about 30 acres of growing wheat together with various other articles too tedious to mention. Fie lit of twelve months will be Given on All sums exceeding three dollars purchasers giving notes with approved Security wait info valuation and a i it Prai lenient Laws. Sums of three Ilo Llars and under Cash Down. Sale will be made it the late residence of the deceased in Lawrence township Marion county commencing at 9 o clock in the Forenoon sell Kos adm r. October 18, Isgo. Oct2�-3w notice of Sale. K is hereby Given that we will sell at Public auction on thursday the both Day of deep mtg a next at the res Donco of Peter Hessong late of was Higton township a Marion county deceased nil personal property not taken by tie widow consisting of horses cattle. Milch cows fat hogs and Stock hogs a two Livorse Wagon and Spring Wagon Farminer utensils reaper Drill Corn Crusher. Harness wheat in the held Corn in the Field. Hay. Threshed wheat Honsel old furniture a the. A credit of twelve months will be Given on All sums Over three dollars the purchaser living his note with approved Security waiving valuation and appraisement Laws. John j. Hessong. Novl0-3w Klingensmith. Administrators. In Otic of application for licence. Ijo tick is hereby Given that 1 will apply to the Board of commissioners of Marion county Indiana at their term Coin mincing on the first monday in december 1860. For a License to sell Matox inting liquors in a less Quantity than a quart at a for one ? ear. My place of business and the premises Whereon said liquors Are to be drank Are located at no. 13 North Illinois Street on lot no. 4, in Sminare ,53, in Indianapolis in Centre town it High. Marion con nov iii it Iana. Nov. 10-3w s. Levies s notice Mot Lee is hereby Given that the undersigned has a Pointel administrators of the estate of Peter Hess air late of Marion county. Deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. John j. Hessong. �ov10-3w Simon administrators. Notice. Is he Rev Given that the quarterly Neeti. G of the Quot Manon county society for the Dot Echois of horse will be held at school House no. 8, in contre township Marion county on the 24th Day of november. P60. At 10 o clock a. M. Delinquent members will take notice that the company is not bound to search for the stolen property of any member who is ill areas More than one it blur. Powell How la no president m. C. U. Cd. Noro Niber 3, 1860.__"otio-sw notice of application for License i Otice is hereby even that i Willapa by to the Board of commissioners of Marion county. Indiana at their next term commencing on the first monday in december 1800, for a License to sell intoxicating liquors in a loss Quantity than a quart at i time Quot for one year. A place of business and the premises Whereon said liquors Are to be drank Are located on lots no 10 and 11, in share is in the basement or the building known As the Orienti House in Indianapolis in Center township Marion county. Indiana. A nov Law Hesro Dieppe amp co. A

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