Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 4, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 31, 1860 Page: 1 of 4
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tifo fd.iiinn'iuliriL' tho rt't't and
rw-t'Iviiiir tlio uriiifo und lioimr of
tho world. A L'vited Statr." un-
!or tho f.'itiii " Conrtituliun " can
novcr ho hlottod out hut will con-
tin no to hotheriHliod hy'ovory Smith-
orn Stato hm tho HrHt nnd last liopc
ewsjrow to their nutiirul ftnuili
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1 1 li in.. :!i !' Vu;innpiid lliclf lo every! TllF. PlllXCK AT THK ATlo.N.VI.
Ii.-.i..n ! i v -if :ooxy j ronpecln tie- (.'-Al'lTAI.. Yfiterdn" forenoon tho
!n-t ii li ; iiir ri Kin r pftrnsrRiili or mi Priiu-o of Wales and uit m eoiniia-
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i ri I l' i "'ini o i".!"v at IlunlHvlllo
'Mr f;rt fediv i- duo to Tex
i or mi . iTineo ot ales ami nuit n eoinjia-
iii to nieil by Sei retarv I'lovd jmid a vmit
lie: to tho Capitol Lord "Lyons and liia
xas. ' Honor Mayor Uerrot 110111;; of the
under I cr government
i'i (. niio thiH ritht of
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Lis S ie 'oh!'- .si I'vieo. For any
"iii.-CT 11 -lid i-ist other Slates
;. if". ''.Hi' 1i.t.-!3' (no matter
wliitii.'i they ii.v-iitncd to bo tho
(.'in. .! :m:i( -'i not) in foreing
l''.-;is lo submit o their power
.-( ..'lit he tiv;i.iii ; Mid in any diill-
' ' wit'i t'l-wu -'.'orthern States
ilio ii'iiin.i' oiiii'it. 'j pay tho Hcver-
'i. :.'ty d.r !.'. infamous and
) .;;iei. AVIiiio the Southern
ii -.or 1 l-o Just half century linvo
'.riliu'.-.xl li'vei !v of their means
lll hniM hi
the "iilendor and mag-
nificii'iico. e!" the i" i.iiincrcial )ovcr
ofthi f. Sinti'.-i Mioir ingrutitudo
ha been basely f.lr.ivn in an unre-
iniainir vv:!'w:i:Terl .'.gainst the )oaeo
and lives of O'lreniii'trymoii. .'ear-
ly u qitarUT of :i century ago these
Sia'es i n e t a ili'iny rebuko from tho
i iieriildc l:ieU.-i n. In liis farewell
.I'ldi'e-is lie .-aid :
i'i u'lHl'inMi must bolaid in
he. nliet;tion .:' Me' people; in the
.e...r;n- Ii 'jfives io life liberty.
rhar.'U'ter mid lo'i-pcrtv in every
mii'lei' of tin.' country : and in
lun-iv. 1 nev missed iiirouuu 1110
legiHlativo hu'lls of both Houses of
Congresi tho niit'cmu conn room
tho Libiiiry and surveyed all tho
ciijfcf objects of intoroht and ex-
pressed themselvcH highly gratified.
Tho party then at about 11 J
o'clock returned to tho Kxecutive
Mansion whoro tho members of the
Cabinet and their wives had gath-
ered. At 12 o'clock thcdoorrfiif tho
Executive Mansion wero opened for
tho Presidential reception in honor
oftholtoynl guest. Tho President
and Prince with his suite took po-
sitions about two-thirds back from
the north entmnco of tho East room.
tho Prince standing to tho right of
the President with tho ftuko ot
Newcastle and Lord St. (icrmnins
to tho Prince s right ; Lord Lyons
stood t tho left of tho President.
Tho officers of tho army navy and
marine corps wero successively in
troduced and then tho people of
whom a very lunro and cx ooding-
3) nvtifiod portion were the ladies
whoso pleasure at seeing and iiipoi-
inT the Princo was freely seen and
.'.'. ! nvnressjd. With many of tho la
r . s.o be 0 'rt ' tlXA I'io
nni. 'in if i. l' IVienlliel'S of 0110 110- "" '. . . r . .
one anoint-:' as incniners 01 one ou
litieal liii .'lily -mutually contributing
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to .roiitcu- wi'iii. v"ui. DeiMiHmentof the Interior bv
olhor. Ilonee t l.e citizens p every;- lSt:t.ehu.y Thompson lld'o
Wato .boulcUtoJumsIy avoid ovory-jfl .cm.linJ lll0 grciltor part of
t in calcubitod to wound the pen cxamininTr tho variourf
HilKl;ry or olicna mo jusi pnuc
1 be people of other States ; and hey
should frown upon any procci'iiigs
iihin their own borders JKely to
disturb tlx; lrarnjuility pf their po-
litical bi'esl.i'. ii in bor portions
tJ ..Jn; T.nioTj."
"Motives of-f'hilanthropy may
lie adorned tor this unwarratiible
inferenco; ai.d weak men may pcr-
Miade I IiciiK-'el ves for a moment that
they are labouring in tho cause of
humanity p.nd asserting tho rights
of the human race; but everyone
upon sober refJection will seo that
nothing inii miseliii f can come from
tl.tse iiji..'L'r ii...uiUs upon .the
feelings und rights of others."
( Vuld iliis wise and exalted pa-
I riot hav;j witnecsod tho crowning
onrrngc of this continued war upon
i.ur domestic ini'tilutions -in pro-
posing to elect a sectional candidato
ivi tin; I'i i'sldeucy ho would have
readied the sad sivpiel in its most
i'eiii'l'ii! aspect and inaywoyot hope
that it will bo avert 'd. .'
I hsive thus been detailed in writ-
inato von. been use 1 feel deeply thoj
magnitude of the crisis; and the du-
ty ive o've our fellow men to placo
the nntnre of it clefrily before thorn.
I deeply i-ih I could bo with you !
II. .1 ......lit .U'C'iuinn nn.l hniin
with tho Duke of Newcastle and
Lord byons were accompanied to
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parts of that fine and classic build-
ing. and then turned off by way of
Ninth street to tho western part of
the city. "Wo learn also that tho
Royal party with Miss Lane and
Mrs. Secretary Thompson visited
tho Young Lndies' Institute of Mrs.
On Wednesday tho dinner party
consisted onJy of the President's
family the Prince's suite the Brit-
ish Legation nnd tho Cnbinet.
Yesterday thedinner was a diplo-
matic one thirty-fivo covers having
been set. On both occasions tho
Princo sat nt the table to tho right
of Miss Lane as her guest. .
Wo learn that precautions' navo
been taken to mako tho visit to
Mount Vernon to-day strictly pri-
vate. A handsomo collation has
been prepared and will bo sot for
tho party on board the steamer
Harriet 'Lane. Oir returning tho
party will become thegucsts of Lord
Lyons tho rest of tho day. Nation-
al Intelligencer of the 5th.
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Captuiie op a Murdered in Ar-
kansas. The murderer of tho two
persons whoso bodies wero found on
the mountain voadbotween Fayette-
villo and Van Buron on tho 23d
ultimo was brought to that place
mi fli nvnnillir of Dm 3d inst. Oil
that lit some future timo I may yet j 10 fon0Wing morning a large
have be pleasure of doing SO. but I ' urOAVi collected and insisted upon
hanging him nt once;' but by tho
repeated efforts of our most influcn-
tial citizens tho crowd was fin ally
prevailed upon to allow his captors
to take him back to the county in
which tho deed was committed.
Uixiw.r thk tflKAVlAllln uWAlultT.
j mx I'Attrn't i Aits.
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j The itcamhiit Con naught Amiii
. toil way via St. John kpning a leak
Saturday und tk tiro Sunday
' in. .ruing n l.i mt 140 milt IVoni l'...s-
l in Light. Ii U r.-pxrte I ihni all
. her piiMi-nger and t r v were s;ive.l
lv tho Inig Mimiu' Shaeifer and
brought to Seitualo. A liaui tug
bus gmio there to tow tho brig up
; to tl.iii t it v.
Captain Leiteh of tho ComiHiight
reiiiirts on the litli at H in I ho oven
iug 15l miles etit of J!u!on sprung
it leiiK in tlio engine iii.ini. lie mi
reeded in beeping it below I ho liri
till -I o'clock .Sunday morning when
it gained rapidly extinguishing tho
tires. At 'MM ho discovered muuko
Jshiiing from nl tho stack hole and
ii.ituithMaiidiii!' tlio iitmoiit exer
tions tho tiro gained and mmhi drove
the cabin iMiswnirors on dock. A
tho water and tiro wero both gain
ing tho boats were got ready.
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j liero was nt mo time a neuvy cn
ami tho lirt boat lowered washtove.
Six olhei-s were launched successful
ly mid tilled with passengers.
About li o'clock tho brig Minnie
Sclui'ller saw our signal and bore
down. About seven in the evening
we commenced embarking our pas
sengers. 1 lie brig having n hawser
to tho steamer's starboard side. It
was now very hot. At !:.')() got all
the passengers aboard the brig.
The mails wero all saved. Captain
Leiteh Was the last to leave tho
wreck. The weather was pleasant
after having St. Johns on Wednes
day l. 51. until Saturday' when it
blew very heavy from the South-
west. Tho last seen of tho i'onnaught
she was a mass of flames. She had
fid cabin passengers 417 steerage
and IU! crew all saved. The pas-
songers saved nothing except tho
clothes in which they ttood. dipt.
Leiteh and Mr. Cox a passenger
landed at Seitualo this morning and
arrived at Boston at 11 o'clock. It
is supposed tho tire bnd been smoul-
dering for a long time from tho
rapid progress made by the flames
after being discovered. Captain
Leiteh is unable to account for tho
lea.k which tilled tho vessel rapidly
against all efforts of tho pumps.
Tho Con untight is valued at.l20-
000 and is fully insured in England.
She was of iron launched at New
Castle on thoTyno in April last -of
over 401(0 tons burthen and had
five water-tight compartments.
The lirig Minnie Shaffer arrived
at one o'clock. She is about 200 tons
burthen and tho standing room on
her was completely covered. by the
rescued passengers of the (.'on-
naught. Mr. II. Wittol of New York a
passenger in tho Conuanght fur-
nishes tho following statement as to
tho loss of that fino steamship.
Passing the' circumstances of the
voyage from GiiUvay which port
we left at 5 r. m. 25th ult. until
about 8 o'clock p. .m. of Saturday
the Gth inst. he says while heading
westwardly the wind blowing a
northerly gale tho shin began to
roll totho larboard with n singular
mot-ion going far down and keeping
that way ty. Jong time which caused
some alarm. Mean tints the captain
was hoard giving orders about steer-
ing manning tho pumps &c. Fire-
men under the lea of the paddle
boxes wore observed whispering
tho tiro had cut "If m'I coniiiuiu f i.
lioll with tlu mI s'Ii. Tho ii:-..!
mai ler b ...t Jo.voied win ntnuk l y
iho coiiter r.nd l't which mu .
liei.iii.ii ju about hium bing the oili-
er but 'ho wor.-t ;f our fcn w.-- iho
kiipp ii'lioii the b .Kit dioii. ii t ide
iho o.i which idiovtc I igiitl' mod-
eration und that wo C uild not safe-
ly launch and till them wiih pi mil.
There win no t linnet nf roi "
iug but 'a short timo on liotirii u.e
lire inakimr sueTi headway. ...i
flumes were momentarily rxp ' 1
to burt out and weep too det i
The tiro gang had given up till .. . t-
ofcxtiui'ui-iliiiig them but c
ued to apply wet blankets
'I'li.i t.i.l.i ni' t!n till! was 1 1 n i
but I but when who rolled It V 'I'M T
hiss and make steam of tho sot. ' i
ter. The giillnnt little Ynnkeo In ig
sailed alongside and hove lo
our deplorable condition and i In. v-
ing wory anxiety for u but v- be-
gau to think it would bo impi.s-.ibh
to store all oun-wimhors on board
she hsiked sosnuil!. Wo have !i.'-.
ussertalncd that she was only 1M
tons biirthon. Cupt. Leiteh mi lo i .1
haste to get us into the boat which
was extremely ditlleiilt being low-
ered one by one with rojH's com-
mencing with the women and chil-
dren. Cunt. Leiteh stood by all the time
but w ith all the exertions that could
be made when tho sun went down
only about 200
board the brig.
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The K-:!.:..: t I'lv.u hi r l.a:: f i.i
Ti'X:l. '.. his ju'ive -..ltiei ' II
in Hi v iil'-'i t ":i i"' t ; an I hi. s in
Wii i:-A kt.. It is a w.. I ; t. r-
e. fact that "eve: cut bund iv. I t'eiu-
i.;iii I men :i.v I all !o I I . ; -I'n r in
! Males lil I!..
that country turn out to be ihoUipinn
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momVr of tb.
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l.olsiu i Con'er. n v.
I raised :tt in nr!i
in Clunky l.'ivcr
s Wilili'll. f K iln'
: io y;.ir !"!. und
. loved lo lie' We-.t.
. i-Miiiully and knew
r and upright man.
lavcry and rather
. i mutters of i. pin.
ii.) of his hanging ho
tho Arkansas Con-
I ltd twice Iwit ctcc
i.'ral Conf.iivneo so
!e-.o i bib
vim a mull of some prom-
iciui'i 4iwiifi ' f iii'.'riiif
irv. :. of the Northern Metho-
di. t Cliurch st.ucs be was n very
: d.. o.ii pious mid otfensivo man
'nndtl.id tho ofenso for wbicli ho
w. hini;.' v".i thut of being a loin-i-ter
of l ie Northern' Methodist
' ' 'iii'i-eh. i.r ir he stylos it "The
j M - i d'.-ii l'i :.opal 'Chureb." It
is iin! l.-ii.i tl.:;l they hung men iu
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odist Episeopid Churches. Tho
Texas ChrMiiiii AdctiMtii oho of
tho organs of tho Southern Meth-
odist Chureb says Mr. Bow-ley was
had been got on bung for being )i aetive Ultolitioni.it.
Cupt. Wilson of mid that upon his trial n majority
tho brig said : "This is a horrible
affair to seo the sun going down
and so ninny people on board the
wreck settling down and . burning
up. I wjll do all in my power to
save them. Several of the bouts
crows on reaching the brig refused
to return when Cupt. Wilson said :
"I will go almost along side and
tako n hawser A'om on board and
then vou will bo in lit t lo or no dun-
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ger. 1 must gel every one li-.ini me
wreck. this ho ant wnicii nua
tiie effect of giving confidence and
lry great exertion all wero got on
board the brig by 11 P. M. Cupt.
Leiteh and his first officers remain
ing on board until almost surround-
ed by flames and until every soul
was saved. Captain Wilson then
sent alongside to beg him to conic
The flames wero shooii-ng up tiie
masts throwing a strange and mel-
ancholy light over tho sea. Capt.
Leiteh reached the brig just ut mid
night iseurcoiy a parcel oi nag-
gago.was saved .the trunks nnd
oven the money ot tnocauin passen
gers being left below during tno
confusion and alarm. which called
them on deck in tho morning af-
ter which communication was cut
of by the water and ilnmcs. Mr.
Whipple speaks in the highest
terms as do nil the passoncors of
the energies and kindno is of Capt.
.Tno. Wilson of tho brig Minnie
Sehivffer. Ho was from' Malaga lor
Boston with a cargo of fruit.
Tho Continuant-had .10000 in
gold on board Government money
taken on- nt St; Johns which was
lost with tho ship. 300 of tho pas
sengers wont to Now York to-night
by the Fall River -route. Tho re-
mainder aro taken caro of here by
Meeting i$the Passengers. Bos
ton Oet. 10. TJio passengers ot tno
Connauirht liavo hoiu
his crow for their no-
stoamor Connauirht liavo hold a
nicotine1 missed a resolution warm
and there were other manifestations! y complimenting Capt. Leiteh his
that something was not right. : ofiicors and crew and also Capt.
Considerable water was onserova
through the gratings nnd the en-
fines soon after stopped for a while
fter strenuous exertions by Capt.
Leiteh nnd crew the ship righted
and tho wheels commenced turning
when tho passengers became more
composed. The sea was rough the
wind blowing what sailors call an
ordinnry full gale. Most of the
passengers turned in but passed a
restless night. - Sunday at 8 A. M.
the ship began to roll again with
that shaggy motion similar to tho
evening previous. The captain and
crew would neither tack nor wear
the ship. Soon after tho engines
knew thai vou have .nioug .your
polves men of mind of -soul and
npcoo.li that have on many past oc-
casions fbo.vii their .ability tp dc-
Svnd the right. F know that my
sentiments will at least bo in unison
will) theirs una ui.n. mi ui join ; wfc m m custody as accessory.
v-i;h.mein urging that every true I yAN jUKEN) October 4. The
Soi-.tlTiru man in Texas will record j mimicrev ia8 confessed hisguilt nnd
his Y.-tefor JVrecl.enridgeandLano. ii loilced in Mail. Two horse
Cum-. weal or ivoe let the voto bo ( tiieveSj named Owen and Robinson. '
ifi von and ht Text's in November j rc.e llrrested this- morning and!
.I.. ii.-.i . l..ii.1o with her sister .n i.i i. ?i.i-
toii.n in. ii r..ivn......' - ; will prooaoiv ineei. wilii Mimniai
punishment. The Vigilance Com-
tiiiidswith her sister ; -n n-niinLiv. POf .-jth climmarv
.Stati s 'i the fide of the Constitu- nis!iment The ViKilance Com-
mftteo aro actively cnimfrcd in rid
ding tho country of a host of lawless
characters who infest tho counties
bordering on the Indian country.
All suspected persons aro closely j
watched. Faraclift Ark.) Demor '
uq. and the Lnioii; that in the lan-
'n'aae ofthe l iickciiridgc flatform
' "it i- the duty of i he federal Ciov-
trnmei.t.in all its departments to
protect when no.-ct-ary the rights
jf person" v.r- jiropcrty in the Ttpi-'tr-in.
t-i irhrnr-er fhe itSVort$titu-i-v.vii
.uShwiti ryi.nds; and that
' The enactments of State Logisln-
..M f j Hcfeat the laithliit execu
Stenooraphv Acquired in Fif- i
teen Minutes. Any person dosir-
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... t-i I ... r.v nn-nniff ci.ni'i nnTiii m nn in. '
ion ol the 1 r.g: Hie r.iave iu am ui" "--w - - .
osrlcin ch'iruotor to subversive credibly short space of tune can do
.t . f:;ii . .Bd relton-j by procuring Carry's Stenogra-.
"or;.-in their efTecti As a Jn tile 1 phic Chart. His system is an ab-
and rrvi'liit'-'nay pirfy the De- 1 breviation of loss than one eighth of .
ntr.r ;ry in their Naiional Conven-! common writing and is practiced;
T.ii. haTc thus boldly denounced . by more reortors than any other
tbo Eiack l?erir.bli(n-.. j fystem row in use. After acquir- '
A lii'h nni ni'iilo j-iand has thus ing it all that is necessary to report '
N-cn tak n by the IWckcnridge and a speech is practice. Pr:co of charts j
Iie pnrty. j.::d it i our duty as it j with full instructions ono dollar;
ions-r 1 un'i' . ! .;ce to vote for these ten copies for five dollars. Perfect ;
pa'i i'Ci i.irj.t . u-se every effort to iiisfaction guaranteed or money
:h.H a:i fiiei-.sb. linir.g vot in their refunded. Jamcfl E. Quinan agent
i-m.roi. "?. citu-r ni-.vt. If ever at Vonticello -Sallivan County N. Y.
r-v -r? i r ' ihTlT b." t a -t ' ' A r.r l.ewprnpT giving the above
r: ' laid our -in will- iiis !-ir.:i .-.pii " tusctii'-n. .
!.. j . u .en-id fiiK-. ' v.-!tf l crititb-d t-; "'!'. ...
stopped and steam could not be
raised in the boilers. The ship roll-
ed frightfully to the larboard nnd
tbo pumps wero manned and gangs
of men coinrOCneeib bailing with
buckets. At 10 o'clock it was re-
ported that tho water was not gain-
ing but on the contrary that the
men and pumps wero gaining on the
leak and if the wind would stiffen
would roach Boston that-night; but
these hopes wero soon changed to
extreme terror when the word was
passed around in low tones "Tlie
ship is on tiro " accompanied by
the smell of burning wood. Tho
fire appeared between tho decks.
Gangs were immediately ' formed
with pumps aud buckets to extin-
guish the flames taking the water
from the sea and passing it in buck-
ets. As tho fire .gained the boilers
began to slacken work. All eyes
staring around the horizon in bopes
to sce sonio means of safety.
Several false reports of a vessel
irr sight wero made but at last we
discovered a sail to the noj'thwttM
nnd soon after another to the west-
ward both very low down ; but it
becamo plain at 1 o'clock that tho
vessel steering north bad three
masts and tho" one wort only two.
Wo sion folia i out that the latter
was passing whilo the other still
n eared without showing any sign
that she notic?d.us which kept us
in extreme anxiety nnd doubt until
she bore directly for ns evidently
showing that sho observed the
steamer's flag of distress which had
been hoisted We then commenced
to clear awav and launch tho boats
.-bin lyin nl
Postat Arrangements. From
Marshall by way of Gilmer and
Quitman to Huffman 140 miles:
Mail leaves Marshall Monday Wed-
nesday and Friday at S o'clock A.
M. Arrives at Kuuffmnn Thursday
Saturday and Tuesday.
Marshall "by way ot uroenvine
Hunt County to Dallas 150 miles:
Leaves Marshall on Monday morn
ing at 8 o clock andnrrivcs at J 'al-
ias on the succeeding Thursday
evening.. Leaves Dallas on . tho
Monday following and arrives at
Marshall on Thursday evening.
This places us within four days of
Dallas and four days of Kaull'mnn ;
a great; improvement. It has
usually taken us two weeks to ob-
tain intelligence from those points.
There is a back from hero to Gil-
mer. It will be continued to Kauff-
man as soon as it will pay-. Wo
predict thi-.t in twelvo months we
wiirhnvo a lino of elegant stages
direct to TinWi.-r-Margh(itl Republican.
Another Disunionist. Hon. John
Forsyth editor of tho Mobile Regis-
ter and leader of the Douglas par-
ty in Alabamiionly a few days since
in a letter to Mr Sanford .svid:
"If a Biael; Hemilliean President
fhould be elected by a purely sectional )c a amended tight Burlingame
rote the ibouth resisting ana rue auiiii
vniting against us this id no Union
for slaveholders to lire in. I thunld
'go irith Mr- Yancey for dkruption
''halter' or no 'halter!" Gazette.
of MOO men condemed him and past
sentence The Now York Advocate
pr iiiouiu os this a "murderous work."
Not more so in nur judgment than
tho insurrection and burning of
towns in texas. under the direction
of those associated with Mr. IJewley.
Arkansasiind Texas fell to thoSoulh-
crn Church after tho soperation iu
18-1-1 and Mr. Bewloy knew it and
had no business there but should
liavo united his fortunes with thoso
ofthe Indiana or Illinois Confer-
ences under tho caro of .tho North-
ern Churches and out niul out Ab-
olitionists. Above all he had no
business there meddling with the
domestic institutions ofthe country.
And ns groat as is our respect for
the friend and relatives of Mr.
Bew;lcy wo must bo permitted to
say Hint the pcoplo of Texas served
him right. If ho bnd been our
brother wo should say ho ought to
have been hung.
The New York Advocate says he
was "devoutly pious and inoffen-
sive."" If tbis'bo tho ease hanging
was ' a short cut" to the Kingdom
of God.iu'iil tothecrossingof a "Riv-
er tho streams whereof shall make
glad the City of Cod." And ere this
time tho Reverend Abolitionist has
realized the truth of tho .declarat ion
of n modern poet:
" Cclesliiil fruit from ciuilily ground
From f'nitli nnd hope mnv prow."
i.l.d Nuiih-Wet -i n
iii.L of iuilii..;- .1 -.-
I under tlut .ih;i . of
lill!icalli!il. In r.'i lie
meetings i f lha. parly
' have taken I he j' .nui-
t.ii I bv their di al and
martial rpiiear..nco have every-
I where c.M'iled at lent i. hi in I
; T'.iev have taken no i.i.rt
ci.ridgi) and Lime or 1 .-! 1 and Mvi-r.
elt demonstrations ; a! they have
been lorwurd in N w York and iu"
New lill'dail I. r.'.l'l In the Vwniorii
Slates cpecially. h) welcoming Si n-;
ntor lniigiii during !iU recent mi-
lilleal tour there.
'i'lihi--4liliililnt.tt -n;.-lt1tUW 1
known under thetil-eof tho Wide-
Awakes. That was tho name us. I
sumod by Joint Hiown'.s company
of riitlliius iu Kunsus.
We can gather homo idea of what
is tho ultimate object of this milita-
ry electioneering force from sp 'ovh.
en made bv Senators Sowar I tod '
Doolittle ((urin;j tho former's l;-.te
triimipriaiit tour in the We t und
North-west. Senator )oolilil iv-
marked that lie was gratified at the
exhibit of tho strength ofthe order
and that "perhaps their services
would not end with the election." ;
Senator Seward declare. I that the j
U ido-A wakes was tho organization
that should replace the Army aud
Navy' which he assorted aro main-
lained solely to maintain the "slave
It is generally supposed (hat there
are two sides to every question;
and we have no doubt but that should
the services of thoso military Wide-
Awake Black Kopubliciins bo need-
ed lifter the election that llinie
against whom their efforts may be
directed will not bo found asleep;
at least wo hope so begging Mr.
Lincoln Mr. Seward r.ud Mr. Noug-
ht's pardon. (falrcxtun Xcws.
Tiik I'-iiit. ui.r AioiuhI J'l.iiii-
i l'..e n;ii. .!n:e I
I in t. I'-ni 4-. a-
ii iih i r ;:: iii ai
! i'i dry a'
. Itei-. I ui-
I .1 T
oliiuu-liee I tt
Tilmd ly !ie i::
d f r lo' .r l n .
c ui-i L.'ln ili
! O .
ti. t to
mi and i-c.ir-ii v oi
feiiielicn of vvliicli v.as .In.
v ing to this fa. t St- k i
be broil flit from II tliataliee .
in .1 good condili i i .r the
lljwoverthe riegt uer.' j
i. iiraii"'. ! line l i iii:'.! ti. t utr.es v.--.
i'i Jb'.-ik. ' ii'i-'i -rxu us e.e I .e! beci I
Tho weather I .-ii line uii.l;.' -0.
ah' tho L.h:hiiiiiii was lur.'-dy at-
tended. Tbo la bes w roi.t in full
force admiring and being i:d:uiivl
in nil tlu' 'r'orie of S.iuhiiii' and
I V.'iit.lt.i.. f
the rcbort of tho Si'crtt.iry. I ut ow-1
iug to sicklies ho was not a'do lo
mako it out. We w ill give tli.i en-
tiro proceedings next we -k.
Wo learn that Col. Ja-k Whig t m
of Van Zi'.udt county wnt over to
K.iul'iiinii wiih u view i.f ni. eting
Hon. L. ). Evans upon tho i-u
iu tho canvass but the latter failing
to uppeiir lieeoi'diiig to appoint nielli
Col. Vhartoil bad a large audience
all to himself and made n iu..t ef-
fectual und telling speech in behalf
of BreeUeiiriilgoand Lane. A g'.-u-tleinnii
wl.i was present informs us
thut Col. Wharton is a tl.i 'nt and
liowerful sneaker and tho oil! :is of
kniif.unn iniieh regret that they
were deprived of the fun they tin-
ticiputcd from a diM'iHsion between
him and Hon. L. 1. Evans. Quit-
4 ... 4 i iv ;'
V - 1".. '.. " ' '
;!e.iii-.ii:i lo pi' ig'.
' XeiV Y i'i I ldvr.
an. I iv 1 1 a t a I Ir -s
ce!or l' ! i i- a i l a
M...'. He libel.
ry Ci op.-r luxiitu
' Aeinb my uheio .i
' roi-o o:i (;is c.itraiii
i.tauiiing luriiig t!u
diike to tViilral Pi
Ma or oo I to I t'
f to High I l i 'ge i t
I iv tho ball to JV;
S imi after leuvi.
iiiurniug a "ii'i; ft
Wiird Moiiici'iio w
burn in ling'.. in I. n
41. I'i. iMefl-t "'M
ed out Vf the crowd
'N'iookR Wipe Awakks. Sambo
has been and gone and did it. Tlio-
Union is now safe. The almighty
darko' is up and "thar." We learn
that tho lover is spreading all over
Long island "culled" Wide Awakes
will now be all the' rago. Renort
has just reached some of tho Loss
white washers in the vicinity of the
Tribune oilieo that n fund is being
raised by the irrepressablo con flic-
tors 2000 which is to furnish a
cap cape and torch for one thousand
darkies who aro to organize and ap-
pear upon Broadway at the earliest
possible moment. ' The surplus of
50 cents each which will bo left is
to go into Sambo's .pocket to induce
him to come out "strong." A pio-
I tare will bo presented ot the Ameri-
I can Eaglo who would not b.e snub-
I lied no how. " A darkey Wide
Awake has r.s good a right to spress
himself in favor of freedom as any
of do white trash" according to tho
M'Koitic. The Masonic order ap-
pears lo be io an exceedingly I'.uir-
ishiug condition iu the ioite Mar
slate. The whole number of mem-
ber is now 821 5. The number of
initiates last your was 041 ; passings.
70'l; raisings ".'HI; ttflilintions "25;
demits -liii; expulsions 21; sus-
pensions Jii."; rejections -t.'JO; deaths
i:i5. Total increase in mcmbcrrhip
for the year. TS2. The total income
of the tirand lodge was $7054.
ideas of our excited
mailt. Buy Booh.
Senator Wioi'aj.i. ok Texas.
Jl is Speech Last Xig.t. Several able
and powerful speeches have been
delivered during tho pr.sciil can-
vass to the Democracy of Memphis
but the speech by tho distinguished
Senator from Texas last nighl was
one of the most interesting discuss-
ions we have heard upon the great
and vital issues that now agit.-ilo
the public mind. Senator Wigfi.H
came among us with a reputation as
a fire-earter an erratic impr.ict !:-.-bio
Disunionist but his speech was
n calm philosophical argument ami
a review Of the great principles of
States Rights I H-moernoy a speech
addressed to thinking men and bet-
tersuited for quiet rending at bonio
than ns a stimulant for the tumultu-
ous crowd which generally attend
public discussions. Ho thoroughly
understands tbo States Rights doc-
trine and showed that it was tho
foundation of our free institutions
and that it was alone by these prin-
ciples of liberty nnd Justice thut the
Government could bo . pi rpctuai -d.
Was it the cgy or the chit-ken that"
ftrl made its appearance on (hister-
"rcslrinl globe? Jn other words did
the first chicken conic out of an egg;
or -did tho first ' cg eomo out of' it
chicken? Boston J'ost.
Tho above question says the
Pennsylvania Statesman was pro-
pounded by that malignant- oflice-
holder (Job Greens of the Boston
Post in hopes'of getting Mr. pong-
las befogged on tlio hen question.
Tiie answer of the Litlle Giant was
woriby of him. He said it mnUor-
cd not which way the Hen Conven-
tion might do dd'e the question still
thn vio-ht of the cbieken to come or. t
I of the egg and vice rer.sa was per-
feet and complete under tho Nebrns-l.-n
l.ill which loft all two-'cffned cl'it-
the Provide Post . right or mon ae c . . . 0. t() tllcf;otitI1tion i
wrong wo asi? that organ tne ques- '".g.. j Lnf 4tP Ttnited Slates Tliis bappv
tion directly if he considers any do- . tcrs and Xew Hainps hire d dan. oft bel nUd Ut
....u " ' ' . - . . i .1 ..IT . ...
to secure nun ino ii('.i. "
S'in tho Ignited
litois in iev.
Personal Lihehtv Bills. Tho
i Augusta. Dispatch publishes a list
of tho Northern States that have
passed "Personal Liberty Bills"
nullifying the fugitive slave law.
Willi tho peculiarities ot the nuiniy-
I . ..I. i ....!. fl'V..n- n.-n
" culled " infor
Let not too Many ov the Doun
i.as Okoans Especially tii e f5oi-ni-1
ern. Answer at once. "Wo said
monies ngo nd wo repent to-day
that the disorganizing movements
at Charleston and Baltimore were
based upon a determination to kill
Stephen A. Douglas more than up-
on any desiro to fasten upon tho de-
mocratic partva new creed." Prov-
idence (Jl. IX Post. Sent. 21.
Now we should like to know if i Now York Now .Jersey Pei
after Mr. Douglas sent word to .Mr. ! nia Vt'iseonsin and Michigi
Trumbull by John Covodo that if
he would consent to let him bo elec-
ted Senator from Illinois by tho re-
publicans he would assist them in
the presidential contest of 18G0 ho !
(Mr. Douglas) was not a very fit;
subject to be killed by a National
It is bad enough to have sent such '
a mcssago to a black-republican j
Senator but to liavo sent it by- such (
a mosscngor its John Covodo is intol- j
erable and past endurance with ev-
err truo democrat; and whether j
ing statutes in oacn
from a reliable source:
All the New England Slates with
missed laws TirohibitiiiL' their olli-
cers from executing the law and
forbidding to aid in any manner
the arrest of fugitives.
Maine Massachusetts Vermont
Rhode Island and Michigan deny
the use of Jails Court houses or
other public.buildings for tho use
of arrested fugitives.
Maine Massachusetts Vermont.
New York- Wisconsin Pennsylva-
nia and Michigan provide for the
defence of the fugitive
Maine New Hampshire and Vcr-
innnt. ri win res the fugitive free if
shaking bis ft
Who iirey..:!? C.
day. Yo;t will liev
live a l.uudr -d vein-
tutors a Uo di clnrcd
t nod to i-hooi (ho Pi
deny it. Tim Prim
no I t'cliti ill toJhe .
iil obab'y did not h
The Prince by U
trees iu the Ceiitni
English Oiik and Ih
AVir Y rl. 0t. V.
not npi :i till tvvelvi
breaking down of pa .
"Anvil Chorus' ly ;
tors. -TI e Pi'
withV-- i..-. '.'.
dar . t -. i
. . t
I. . .
elil'V J. . "
o;;.i; 1 1
Yiiii. Orb. ;.l.s.
M i.-.'. I'.ritis
!..d 'ho le:
I o nil.- .-I'.-p
nagc. i hiirmir.y . i .
sioi. in honor of the
Norfolk Virgin ii
fust day lino steam
b ully ' beaten yeste
with the Winnn.s sti .
tor ran by aim nroti
with the greatest ei:
niiince astonished a '
folk papers of Sat
counts of ii negro
Anne and Norfolk
oral arrest were nia
fosions of Iho arrer
that a rising was co. '
day night tod tha'
instigated by free
them free nogroe.-
bo. n orgaul ied w e
white man named I
negro named Smith i
kil.od. ' One ofthe ;:
iiumbo-ed soaio (v
which a plan of ope
maturing siii'.-e hist
ii vov-sol was to a .
ev; ning to assist in
' "h'aitimih; Oct. IV
received here lo (in'
represent that all b .
Norfolk and Prince-:
Tho Norfolk Herat
ficicnl testimony ha-
since Friday to fi;!
strict policy jf fcv;r
was iiistittited. A
httmbt r of arrest r.f
b..". n in ulo. Xearl
On two or three phon-
ing of the iilfni1
roads more from IViy
thing else. A p.
1: i 1
in search of tiie;i!
mocrat worthy the confidence of thd j him free.
party who ivould send such a mes-
sage' to Mr. Trumbull as be (Trum-
lmin savs John Covodo communica
ted to him as coming from Douglas?
. Is any democrat entitled to tho
confidence of the party who would
have " frequent privato political in-
terviews with Colfax Frank Blair
and Burlingame" and who ivould in
th"oso interviews " mako use of ex-
pressions ofthe deepest indignation
against Southern dictation?-'
Is not any democrat worthy to be
politically slaughtered by a Nation-
al Democratic Convention who would
l.r.l.l urivntn conversation with
-n ...i: l..o ..fT..t . 7?iii-;;... !
juriin;oiie i.i ims. i.vv v .
game I am elected senator for six
'years; I hare got Joe Lane's head in
basket and am goiitg to hare SU-
delis Bright sand Jitclis; iron i a
4-...sl n umiAol l.li n ielollV.
ICIIIIIIl l-W HI1V..I ...... . . i'l.
The following aro tho penalties ncn-pccueii niisoi.o
attached to the violation ofthe laws . States. It raised a
tnblishinir tho above regulations: rncKie anion-:
In Maine SI 000
31 assach usetts 5000
Michigan . 1000
5 years f "v
fi'cH. Ccorge. Bicklcy. On Wcd-
csdav night last this gentleman
Affray in Van Buren.-r-Van Fnr-
D Ark. October V. After a regi-
mental muster which .v.as helm hero
tifllay three men named Unfits and
Jackson Covington brothers and
Richard a son 'of the latter wero
killed by two brothers named Silas
and Bon Edwards. Several others
ivcre badly cut and otherwise injur-
ed on both sides. An old feud ex-
isted between the parties but the
TMwitrris who have long been the
sec McJhugal returned from Califor-
nia Baker from Oregon aid Douglas
' and old Abe. all at Washington ro-
qetherf The President is to come
Yfrorn Illinois f" AVc appeal i.o the
'Providence Post to say if he was a
I (lw!-n Tn'n'i. would he trust Dour-
I las if these statements are true? and . and protect the institution of s.. a very
addressed the people of this city in 1 t(.r.or 0f this part of the state aro
explanation of tho "K's G. C." We ..(.0. While trying to
were prevented by an engagement jn.lke tiejr tM...p0 they we're over .i-
: I.-..H ii Khort i stance lrom towu ov
from hearing most of tho speech
.mil we Ihei'i-fnrii can trive HO Intel
ligiblo report of it. Ho impressed
us as a 'mini of pure motives and
patriotic spirit. We learn that he
was frequently and loudly npplaud-
cA YVe arc' informed by some of
In Pennsylvania there are np-wa-ds
of on'o hundred Democratic
onoerR for the union ticket and only ; ; i 1 demand ! n'-uiust all enemies. He
tines f'-r'a straight Douglas (in oth- j nn 0vpicit denial if they ar;not true Speaker. State Gazctie.
cr won s. rornev.) ticxet. I omn n fhir io from men wno
i .nu -i.fi wore Tii'psenf. in:iL in uu- nncn
iect of the Association is to loster fri10 Ileor)ie nrc mnch excited am
1 ..4.! iI.a in.ia..linn nr N llVI-n' r I
are the Jiarrisuurg .cniuiei. iu
Doylestown Demoeratan 1 the AYest-
The Wids-A wa'kk Dirt.AY.
The Thick Republicans pmceeded
in must?ring about 10000 in their
TrroVesion last. lii:'bt. This is a
... ..... i . r.n i'.f
failing oil li-..r.i me .jii.-.w
1. We underyfand no-n
have at least the confidence ot tneir
constituents nnd who arc members
ofthe fame body with Mr. Donglas
the Con .gross "ofthe United tat
before ho would give him hi!c'W
fidei-ceor hissnjiiw.rt? Cw''''"''"''-
lw ('.instiihle and bis liosse
lmlrrnil in tho i.iil. A large crowd
nearly succeeded in taking the pris- ; "'.'
oners from the Constable and bang-. uu
ing theni upon the spot and nt for-
wards surrounded the jail for it
but were finally pacin o.
a urn io n eh excited am it
n I .l.n4. 4l. npiunnnra 11-ill
is learcii noii mu j.. .r.... ..... .
be lynched. It is the most nt .-; -i-affair
that ever was known here..
Mexican Affair" - - :-.-
O.t. 11. As much io!.'-;..;! i
o 'easionod by late e-en . ;
Ci iiZ in connection vi ! il.
minis of the Kfflu i.-h .i.i :
suit of inquirieiiit .r.:;i. .
warrant the assertion ti: -t
hot tho slightest to mo '. .;i
statemont widely' '.nbiis-i
Caiit Jai'visMnterf i ed n. V
which took place rs v ...
between the C!aplaiU"i ;):.
brig Bcrengusla i:i-! '
Covorniifent nor did. ':'!
vis send a note to ih'e-i; --n-modorecondemni'.irj
net in any other dis''p r V
nor. : The reb-i'tioi -I-ot
two otlicers were o'1 ili-- m--.t
! character without rotv.v-'ui"
! 1 tical questions a:i i M A -c- .
! ga when coming to Ne-.' .r
t'ic Poealionta1 w.s f-o '
! treated that he ex -rs:e I l;
j the most complim. . t uy '
! wards the officers -.t on.' i :
it is lurll'.cr rol ray .
that the actiuft of:'.-V';:n
modoro w;issuspei t'-'.i'i):;
wilhdruwn to- II; i'; ''
qaeiico of tho pre ; : j'
tations of Spanish s'lbj -c.s
Crii3 through tho rie'i 1
. . . i. r ... ...
ilig .-ipiinisn coii--a'.
till tieneral Of Cll .:.. I ni 1 i
iiicnt.'thev stateo wo.ii!
! destroy much of tb-. r pep
! peril their lives. ' :'. !;'! ..
v'l'atij'ns will be liadv ii ;U-
of ad vices' from Mjelr'j. .
It is also known th.it th.
der of onr ti-lllf Si i.l'iro t
i to bis own discroll. n. I' l i
NeWa$la Election Omqto 0
will act under tha. n ir;-c ;-' .M.
tr.-jod nutboritv that the dcioonstra
ILL JJAOEB 1--UIVE .-i" Vf.M ..-. in fl.otwrnl ot t'
The fainc liavr fanatics sav it Will 12. Keturns iroiu ici.c ..- " - - - r . .
but v iMni i ev lie-under a-mis - pivo Daily Republican 187 major- .net U ornj Cr oy i-y:
:CSr Wcr has certainly fy over 'Morton. lVm. The ten e t
VK . - ...i ... :.. I.... . In hr-nr fillin. ffaVC . S tl -Ml t O .1 11IC1 K Hit ! . - ..
.ijiimrtftiv the lra- nt V tra Crui iv;
tUTU.'J. . ... fc
The House is Jiepiibli ---an I v
tion wt the party
aim lauiau iu mm..- . . . - . i
very difficult job-Ac hope they nxe satisfied wi h the
mo't -n h.-r irf.J in a Is.ti'. 'I he lH-riiof rat" en-i w-IJ
t-'t v iii so mi a I that a man t.u.
In'likelv to xnlode from hydrcsia-
. .... i: V.r.C..-A lm muni or. UK . k.Hil.
I a Mt'h. 1 inough'of the fluid to give hi... .le- a small majority and the
Imi ' r which is morelliriumtrceens. Anv .nan who se- prgUbly Deniocrctie
itcd Slates Jia ever ex- i riousiy mnees ...v i. - -
linois wiil an- I er occionco b r""-
;i.L- 'f 15.o(i.- ' lit to s.-kle t'ciu and duOMde
" :' -i
than the I nit
ported in a i cax
do.it-i. .iiv iiui c
J5f tb;s lime ; ford tt
TrmioTi'v f H'-rf" i .itic
f t 'if ' iO t Tl-'-Ji in. r . io
c'v'liBed w.d- ii
1 ;iiior3 nlvmV 0S
b.a b is 2 r".0 )0
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