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J. CTnr .Etor.
r WTfr - ffirewi oal to rtrnounc "all alleriaaod
WIUJU I d fidelity to any foreign Prince, PoUm-
Ute, State or Sovereignt y ," and particu
larly to the Government to-which he for
merly belonged ; and then after two years
and a half have elapsed, he is entitled to
liia second paper, which requires him to.
take an oatn to aapport the Constitution
of the United States. ' This second pa
per only permits foreigners to-rote, pn
this and other States of this Union. Now,
as the foreigner does not take an oath
to support the Constitution of the Uni
ted States, in declaring hia intention to
become a citiienof this Union, according
to the section above quoted, is he not de
prived of the privilege of voting in Ne
braska and Kansas ? This section is in
direct conflict with the Naturalisation
Laws of the United -States, and the ques
tift newis, which it the law,' or are both
tcbeiot rrzxs bt the Arabia
aaaiaaa Uafe.j ft Board can assure them that the eoad
EPLT MUMI. BCU,T tfcei, .tock coon.
TV J . . lTlUnntat .11.Sn.nl.. ll,.t.lVUj.- I ' GREECE.
mm ouusu -x. noticea in we last I ., ..-Mvu.na -rr- rt.n x,m 4. . i
"Union, k rf nAW ,T'feN who have not informed themselves fallv oceJ e Anglo-
with regard to the & W. Bail Road, of tns condltlon nd prospects of . the neutrality and effected a oompfete change
vol aueeestion from von. that aome nould n ome anxiety on the in his ministry. ;
- - - I t - f . i . . . mm m I - f-Ani A 1- f.- r .
uDjtsi. it is rignt tney snouia ao so. r . , " --.-mum vi aiuay, stats
Let them hold their agents to the closest Q"eAw" bordering
I I mi franc v. and thmfc it. ra.n:.ikl ...
Tet we would, in all kindness of tha v;' .nd "7 ZJVZ" ? -JZT'
say, believe not every report particu- j to keep hec from placing herself at the
neaa 01 tne army. , iter baggage was all
JLSHLlSI),vWErXJSSI)AYJUSB,14 185L '
mi -' ,.,).-,'l)l.lv'. - -J'.. I-
T, jgEHCKgATIC STATE. TICKET.
- 'iTor jTudgcvf the Supreme Court,
Jlwer Board of Pattic WorLi. I , ,.V?. . .. . .
- a t t? v w-t, W ,,,, , . ' nuiaiie? r now tney will fix it in
Nebraska and Kansas, remains to be seen.
Probably little more " popular sover
eignty .", would help the case. We ex
pect to hear from the "little joker"
Doug la s -on this "great principle ''"of i
every territory regulating its own affairs.
uive tnem tnis ngnt in reality, ana it
will help the casa immensely.-.
one having the- dea'ured information.
should impart ItT Perhaps T may be
ablet give some information on the
subject ; but to those who had the nrivi-
looA nf Timi-Itx. TV- t" . -. . i I larlv such as come from iiumvoioua indi
w o r - . . ' t K .nj r ji - jTt .
r t. r : n ... . Tidai I nd enmnnttr. Mmmmu W wi uciwirarB on mis UUlXOtie
wi ura jjacvuhtb vonunuieei u tne I i o . . - . - r ... , .
Son- f T TT.ii i.J rru... have not onlv comnetin comnaniesand ?n J?! ' on eo?nd she
.. -...vv u .mur o au ow me ooiei nncoraM ni nn.an.
... i : 3- i . . i . . i
aay evening, X presume such information """""S uo,. w oompewng iowna to remain at peace. , (
will be superfluou ?; . T- ' lnainiviauano wiuaaUthey can,l I'ne-- omciar correspondeeeF in. .the
1st. The election of Officers for the 0010 bJ nook nd crook" to impair your ee queswon nas just been laid before
confidence in vour own Road, - But lM x"1 .lsa fl.0U8e 01 Uomriions. It is
eiireiueiy voluminous. Xlie lluesian
of Officers for the
Company will be held at Franklin, Port
age county, at the office pf the eompanr;
on the 11th' day of July, at 10 o'clock,
A-. (as per notice in thi week's pa
per) ; - . ;.
L2dV Is the road, to be: built T'JT
In ,reply to this question, the road is
being ' built": " andJlthe Board entertain
no doubt of its final esapletioiu i -i
, 3d. ' What amount' of money has been
paid in and how expended ? '." '"H
THE SOCXH. '- L:.
Since the passage of the Nebraska
Bill, the feeling manifested by . Southern '
Democrats is any Jhing but that which
should characterise a Democrat : or an
American citizen. That they despise
the North' and her Representatives, is
apparent.. . The North haa always suc-
U ia ALEXANDER P MILLER,
lt; U;mi t JBUTLEa COJ7NTT..;
JCS-0w-Smit,- requests ns to
sayihal id uf notacandidate tor of-
fioe of County Treasurer.
iZ-ltSm mJA Answer. to some lDterroinito-
ie prfu&ded e nslaet weekj we'refer
ur;eadefBoommuni6atibn in' an-
fJCST'-Candidates, and' all r others in-
Pterasted, will take notice,' that the tick
r-ets'Ibr ; the Primary Meetings will be
uiiuucu .auu i i cdu - lift uiHiriuuLiuii. 1 1 ii i . . n ......
e V- s-' mx.- -ii - comoea to tne ooutn,: ngnt or wrong.
"w -l i They have generally done it willingly,
' for the aate of the hmWnf tn TTnln
-fTjRKATX.i Last week, in alludine tol.. , T . , . ,. '' rr . naid in. while the -estimates of work
l, , - ' ... t ,w: seo, .xnsieaa oi regaraing our. acts as - - -
.. --r f--6-r-rr"6 f"" ,! self-sacrificing, they invariably attribute oone on oivision. amounts toome-
aWe.called the-denomination, "Tunker." ... . , v. . , , , , , thinn-mnr : - - '
, , ' n , their success m all objects calculated to """gmore.
alhe.Tunkers, as we learn from Buck's . , . .... . .. win, k-i,i ."
Theological Dictionary, are an entirely
' different sect, but wear long beards. ' The
-teal name of the sect is '.German Bap-
' mt "' 1
fc -. mmj uo UVU1UHHUV JklXUWU,
VDnnkards-.'i .We also stated that aU
Xthe'brethren preached: This a mistake.
' 'Nonebut their regular Ministers preach,
justj the same as other denominations.
-laos; "aaaV.irMlVBUB13XJl - .
In another column will be found the
pleaseat all. timea,- Jbear this, in mind : J vlZTj AtKTuy- flMS!an- L
ft J i j ;. . - jl . r; . a at Athena? acting in; conintion
- wiiu wo vuuri, pianoea ua insurrection
m5AUeLjMftWtersevfix by 1 ia -Mie,- X atmii-y piVjmedad4roj
tne State L.eri8lature. That it was -a-"ucu uirecieu ua movement. .An m
granted and the company"organiaed un- FT. ?ki '.uA'i9
L'ti..'.up' 'm, . , had ostensibly withdrawn from the King's
der the old.Con8titutiQn. it That as long J .kPTffi i tU'
as we-Jceep within Us provisions, if can- gents, was addressed from Pera, April
neither le amended, modified or . repeat- 5thi to M.' Behtlan, King Otho's1. prt
ed.'. 'And Ixi that" Charter, we'-are" en-, vate sectetajryj ksking for further, assist
ance, and recomruei
two battalions" of ' the .
'that' at 'least
titled, Tty . express, enactment, to. "all
There has been Daid in on the whole' VrWvPgesaiiarraricaseora.ni chosen from 'the firt'an1 WVf i
line, as I am informed, about $400,000. -ACf,TeSng liau CoarfO"ompaww, ments, should be sent to 'Aiiiuo, where
Xnis amount, has been applied in Port- kt ry. . ew u i .- y vruem to uesert. ior.m-
l .n"r.t,A j v 1 with and loin the lrianrrootinn KTn
age, Sammit, Ashland, -Richland, Ma- jyS w u.g urwr.;3;
ripn,Union, Champaign and Montgom- r V V, ,? niZ
ery .eounties; t all of which places ; the IJder.' gral law;which, like all detachment is "described as being dis-
work is yet being vigorously proseoutd,' ouler iaws'',s aaDJc iteration orfpersed in several placea, and divided W.
j ,j . . . , repeal, .'according to the fancv or preju- der fourteen different leaders. It waa
the line at Wadsworth, m Medma Con- dicf :e
m ... clare war upon Turkey, but, of ourae.
,. Now if any company in our vioinity, the occupation put an end to this pro
can build a road without a' Charter, and ject and dispels the delusive hope of a
WAbtx n icH auiuuuk ut 1UU&1 BU DSr ip t lOn, j w. . .iub.w. VU5 jaunt
cannot me xranmin. ec Warren.' wth I jtius w the-, balitc . and
ty. , There has been' about 8400,000
paid in and expended on tbo whole line,
exclusive of donations of neht of wav.
hich, on some portions of the line,
amount to a large sum. ' In the Ash
land District,' about $40,000 has been one f the best Charters ever granted in
hnnnr&hlA in th Rnntti rliatinnnnKlo
:;proceedbgs of a Wool Meeting held by SUyepy degrade8 iabor there-
advance southern interests, to the supe- 4th., With regard to the general man
rior abilities of Southern Statesmen and agement of the road.- Being a momber
their unity of action. Not content with f tb Board of Directors, it perhaps
violating their own Compromises, they aes net become metospeak; I will say,
now turn round and taant- the North however, that they have endeavored to
with being only fit for tlerks, median' conduct no affairs of the road with
ics and tradesmen," Now, to our mind, strict economy and prudence, and to the
there is nothing disgraceful connected heBt of their WHty. : In all their ar-
with these employments, and our best 1 "ngements, tne nnai completion of a
SUtesmenhave sprang from among these f nm CI&88 permanent road, lias steadily
. I V W .- m .
occupations. Labor, in the North, is r511 KePl m Vlew ana to object,
. ... WHITE SEAS.
nr i ..- -.
any State, with local ubsorhtion of e nave receiveathe foltowmg-de
lC.OOe per mile, and with running con- tailf of m08t tne operations to the Bal-
nexions with the: best roads in New MC ' uaDge iiOads, on May 23d :
fork,. Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, 111-1 The allied fleets, with the commander-
inois and Missouri, succeed ? -. m-c.biet,. arrived on the 20th ultM and
B. B. CLARK.
the. Wool Growers, - on Saturday last.
JTbat : the prices are - below what they
-mhewldbe is I evident, aitd none but inter--ested
perBsna iwilldeny 'it.1': .. ;! '
ifv" " ' " '
",HE BAIL BOAB JDCEETINO. ;
fore they taunt us with being a laboring
people. ' Their vain-glorious boast that
they are the Romans of this great Con-
they are still directing all the energies
of the Company.
The Board have not considered it
their duty, or for the interest of the
Stockholders, to urge the road forward
federaey, par excellence, ia in keeping beyond their means, or tomakearrange
with the high opinion they entertain of ments, which there was not fair pros-
themselves. ".Others, however, do notes-j peet of fulfilling. They have not con-
timate them according to their own stan- sidered it good policy, er consistent with
dard. The days of . northern serfdom moral obligation, to urge the Contract
are about numbered. The South will ors to employ a greater force, than they
discover, ere many years have rolled by, I had the means of meeting, and they will
that the Nebraska iniquity hasdone more steadily adhere 'to this principle. Nei-
to alienate the people of the North from ther, in this depressed state of the mo-
For the Athland Union.
WOOt nEETING. .
At a meetiDg of the Wool-Growers of
Ashland County, on the 17th inst, on
... ' , f Y-k n
uxuviuu, mr. xxmsu x. xocno waa ap
pointed Chairman, and Daniel Camp
bell, bec'y. -;
The meeting was addressed by Messrs.
McLain Fulton, E. N. Gates, and An
drew Bdens, on the importance of hold- SF"1 weli mortars. -
ing n to their Wool for the present, and c lu? principal tort, calted Gustavus
efusinir the nrieea ow offV,rl f ui approacn to tne iiar-
. w. . or witn a long tierot guna, en barbette,
same. land alon frnm ..nua : 1
On motion a Committee of three were neath. Two other forts. Doman'a Holm
appointed to prepare resolutions expres- I and Gustavus Adolpbus, to the eastward
anchored within the range (extreme)' of
brasures were crowded with the Russian
soldiers, who' stood at their quarters, as
tney approacnea. .... Xbev did not fire. :
The ships and fort .thus remained silent
ly watching each other's movements un
til May 22th, when the programme was
aiierea xor one 01 a more exciting charac
ter. ; . .-i 1 1 .
Three insular forts protect the en
trance to the harbor, massive structures
oeuiposed of huge blocks of granite,
case-mated, evidently heavily armed with
t- -The meeting called on Thursday eve
ning s last,', to hear Dr.. Earl, one of
4he Directors' of the Franklin & War-ren-Rail
Road, was very generally at
ctended by the Stockholders. The Doc
tor,'we thinkj is a Very prudent and safe
M' f". ?f Jhe of the South, than all the previous agita- y market, have they seen fit to. issue
VTF .a no tuig t- of the Slavepv ane.t:n. -aw i bonds of the companv. for the purpose
or out of Congress. of raising money for the time being, and
The .Richmond Enquirer, a leading thus putting m jeopardy the credit; of
sive of the views: of the meeting, and
thereupon, Messrs. McLatn Fulton, A.
Burns, and Dr. J. B. F. Sampsel were 1
appointed said Committee.
of the central fort, rake the entrance.
and are pierced with embrasures looking
a- J mi a . .
iu seawara. iae snore all around is
covered with masked batteries, raised in
commanding positions, concealed by trees
The Committee reported the following and brancdes, and not very readily dis-
Resolutions. which were nnanimouslv "g'"ea-
. was also addressed by Mr. PoWELbroth
ir-m-lawof Mr.- DooLrTTLE,.who has the
epntract of the whole Road. . They both
'gave flattering accounts of the. condition
the React, We have, as y et, received
$. preoeedipgs of the meeting. ; -fc.re
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THE KEBBllKA BILL.
RinA t.TiA TiaaQSfrA nf tTiia 'RilT ft La.
y. i . ' f fc- " - -m J
Jn discovered that the obnoxious. Clay
ton -Amendment has not been stricken
democratic paper of Virginia whose ed
itor belongs to -ene-ef the " first families "
of that State has the following in re
,;The relations between the North and
the South are very analogous to those
which subsisted between iireece and the
Roman. Empire after the subjugation of
Achaia 'by the Consul Mumniits. I he
dignity and energy of the Roman, char
the company.' Such a course might be
resorted to by a company which depended
on securities, entirely, for the- grading
of . their ' road. " But the Franklin and
Warren Rail Road is established,' and
will be conducted on an entirely different
Resolved, That we the wool-growers of
Ashland Uounty, will bold on to our wool
until our prices are obtained.
: Resolved, That in our opinion,' wool
is worth from 35 to 75 cents per pound.
l' 'Resolved That 'we wiJl assist each
other in bolding oor wool ui this- hands
of the producers until our prices are ob
tained. " ' .': ' ' ,
In the afternoon of 3Iav 22. the R.
S. Dragon, Capt. Wiloox, was ordered
take up. a position close bv an island. -
She immediately opeued fire. ; The first
shot (the experimental one.) was 'o-aad
in direction, bat fell very little short;
the second struck the , fort about the
centre of the wall ; the aucoeedinir ouob
oommeneed ploughing jnrrf fa ,
ing lire ui eabi-worsron tne summit of the
-o- -notwithstanding the splurging and -fc-v 6J. - V
, " I acter. conspicuous in wax and in politics.
fiJoAa'of the friends of the bill about Jwere not easily-'tamed and adjusted to
popular sovereignii." ' ,Mr. Richakd- the arts of industry and.literature. . . The
t son, Then he brought the Bill before the
''House, remarked that it was" the same as
the-' Senate" Bin", excepting the Clayton
'Amindment.'. : Where was the " little
ianiyrT-Mr, Douglas that he would
..suffer such a cheat to be perpetrated up
; On" the Democratic ; Party ? V"That! bur
'feaders may1 judge' of the correctness of
what.we ay we quote the section, .allu
ded toill 1 1. . - - - " '
., fi See. 28... And be dt further enacted,
That every free - .white, male inhabitant
above the .age of twenty-one! -years, who
hall be an actual resident of said territory
-and shall possess the qualifications here-:
inafter prescribed, shall be entitled to
tote at the first, election,, and, shall be
eligible to any. office- within the said : ter
ritory; but the qualifications of voters,
rand.pf holding ofiace, at all subsequent
.ejections shall be suck as shall ba pre
scribed by the Legislative Assembly :
Provided, That the right of suffrage and
of holding office ahall . be exercised only
by the citizens of the United States and
J V .V
txose teno wan . nave aeciarea on oatn
itheir intention to become such, and shall
have, taken an oath to - support tlie Con
ttitution of the United States and the
provisions of this act:: And provided,
jMrthcrt That no officer,, soldier, seaman
-or marine, .or any other : person in the
-rmy or nayy of the United States, or
-Attached, ; to. troops in the service of the
iUpited States, shall be allowed to vote
.or hold office in said territory by reason
f being on service .therein.'' i
ii Tha reader will nereeive that all vef-
ohs over the age of twenty-one, wilLmv
Jy. be permitted to vote jit the'T.'elee-Uio'tI-Ael.itfl
jate what the qualifiitiona of electors
-BUUi VO -WAWr., vrnmrntw wMw -ft
e cw'permitted to jgrant it to those
whVre 'citizens of the -' .V United States,
-and ! those who shall have , declared, on
xth, their intention to become such, and
hall have taken an oath to support the
Constitution of the United States and
the provisions of this act This is the
precise, .language of i the law, just as it
xeada . All foreigners are deprived of
(Ckeight of voting by this section, and
Ihatj too" by a set of men, who have pra
ted .furiously of universal suffrage , and
? popular sovereignty What great
principle- has 'been settled ? - Another
-uctla4asettling". of great" principles,
nd we . drive all naturaliaedT foreigners
, from our support. . . . :. i
' L'a 3"ha LegisIataM iaay take the right to
-pass a law requiring foreigners to swear,
'amon6theT.thingsj' in their first inten
l inw'suppor the,Uonstifion of the
rUnited , Sutes. , . In this Tsnd, "all other
mStuXtf stthig jfJnfederacy, Ae foreigner r le
degenerate' and pliant Greeks, on the con
trary, excelled m the hanqicraft and po
lite professions We learn from the vig
orous invective of Juvenal, that they were
the most useful and capable of servants,
whether as pimps or professors of :rhetr
oric Obsequiousl' dextrous and ready,
the versatile : Greeks monopolized " the
usiness of teaching, publishing, and man
ufacturing in the Roman Empire allow
ing their, masters ample leisure ' for, the
service of the State, in the "Senate or in
the field.' The people of the northern
States of this confederacy exhibit 'the
same aptitude for the arts and industry.
They excel a3 clerks, mechanics and
tradesmen, and they" have monopolized
the business of teaching, publishing, and
peddling." - '" . " ' ' ; '" "
If " ignorance is bliss these gentle
men, who have " leisure for the service
of the State" are in possession of it.
The South had had a few prominent men
who have been justly celebrated for their
statesmanship, and but few. . The statis
tics of the South, show an extraordinary
number who can neither read nor write.
-- But it is useless to enlarge on this top
ic. ' Our Southern brethren, in due time,
will probably have some general system
pf education, which may enlighten their
The Columbus pipers say that A" G.
Dmjfocx haa resigned the Wardenship
of the" Ohio Penitentiary.'. ' Of course,
when the Directors met expressly to elect
a new Warden, what else could he do ?
Samuel Wilsou, Esq., is the new War
den. : We know Mr. Wilson, and believe
he will not bring a reproach upon the State
or the Democratic Party, so long as he
shall serve.the people of Ohio in an of
ficial capacity. . He will make a thor
ough-going, efficient officer. The Direc
tors have also appointed Dr. Albekt
Db Lezisskt, Physician, and Rev. Ira
Noeris, Chaplain. . , ,;, ; v -.
' - ' COKOHES "
Senator Gwin's motion
ment prevailed in the Senate
the vote was, for it, 25
If the House agrees, Congress will hold
a recess from the 17th July to tho 16th
October. It . probably, , however will
agree on the 14th August.
r minis Dtate: uu iwugx,iv uc rau ui. uu ti. . u .
illinl , make Street,- and running sonth. shall be Gra- gfra denUy,out of range.
ilWto make dod ;aVl-.Flailkeib-jieinllfter men. next.joined- the group.-
road is comDleted.) usanv in this State: and Kezaox at the west end of. Main
and are", thereforej . uhw
any sacrifice on bonds, which would have tkMled under the direction of the Marshal
a tendency 10 epreeiace tnat atoca.. -
We have assurances from taore than
one or two sources, that when the ' mo
ney market shall improve, and we have
expended, our. large local means, that we
can have all needed assistance to finish,
and equip our Road. ' ; These assurances
were given at the commencement of our
enterprise, have, been reiterated , since,
and are now pledged anew. . . And they
are pf such a, character,' and given un
der conditions of things, that our 'Exec
utive Committee (who have just return
ed from the . Eastern, cities) - place in
them the most perfect -confidence; and
accordingly, - written ' - running' - arrang
ments have 'been entered into with the
following important Rail Roads, in the
r tfaThe Dayton' Empire says that
the Know-Nothings" are Composed, of
Scott Whigs, who intend to run bcott
for. President -ori the Native American
Platform, laid down in the Astor House
letter;- v;z ' "'f '
walla and atn(liio t.ka fumn.. ...) .uj
Resolved, That we "soli.eit a un of bags flying into, the fort in profusion.
the wool growers m Ashtand and adjoin- Alter tho second or third shot the fort
ing Counties, through 'the State. replied, .The 8yP, and fort thus con
tinued the ensrasrement for abont-three
AN "ORDINANCE j and a half hours, during which several
For Grading and Planking tlie , side .r- Me -dragon s shells burst right over
" walks on the north side of Sandusky
Street, and Jfom ttie butldxng owned
, the centre of the tbrt, and. must have
. caused- severe losa,i:
principle.- ...The : local position of the
road :is such that will, and does, com
mand the attention of Capitalists both
East and West. ' The Executive Com
mittee report,, that- we have enough local
subscription, to grade and bridge the
j . J r.. r ti. x: u i I ' 7Tii a. ?f rrr? sniith tO thr. Trs ilr n rj nf
it 7 " k r,T7r , S'" Gi-Wobdrut " ' position on, the opposite-side of the
to collect and apply' that local subscnp- -- -- . f.-t - e" t. V, '"i" lamalL narrow rock v 'island in -rineation.
tion, which; whendoneensures the com- corder aad: Trustees pfhe town of TTA -1 'onef-
ui me ikUBJ. iUC i.u-m Ashland, that the side waltaon the north r- . . . 7 . .. "
from thA fipfi. lnntAl n,n tl.o. S5tnnV nf f R,;,in.wstt tiw, Aa .m .wuicn sue Uirew several shells;
this road, as being as good (when the wanes from -the. buildiug owned by Crall
by Crall If Reznor, at tJuue..tendof .x JUagicunne. was ordered, . some-
1 what later iu the day. to a corresoondiiic
battery , replied with shell, : and, - it is
thought with. red. hot ! shotj but" the
and, in.-the ; manner set forth in this, ordi
nance, r . .u. 'J.-
Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the
owner or owners of eaeh and every lot or
parcel of lot situate and fronting -on the
north, side of Sandusky Street, from the
south-west corner; of the lot owned by
William Smith, and on which he resides,
running west to the south-west corner of
Mrs. Crandel's lot, and from the build
ing owned by Crall and. Reznor, at the
west end of Main Street, south, to the
bridge on the east side of. the road; and
from, said bridge, south to the gate in
front of S. G. Woodruff's residence, on
the west Bide of said Street, or road to
grade, and plank, the side walk in front
of his her or their lot or lota in a good
and substantial manner, said walk to be
not less than four feet wide of plank,
not less than one and a half incbea thick.
Grade to be determined by the Marshal,
East, via : New.York & Erie, Sunbury Lnd wautB t be made bv the first of Sep
P . vr . i w i ' a i .
k x-ric, enangct, ana ut jrancn -or temweraexx.
the Pittsburgh & Erie Rad, which in
tersects the New York Sc. Erie Road
near Olean. '" "
With regard te eur Ashland interests.
No money paid in ' here, will be expend
ed on any other portion of the! Road;
and as fast as the Stockholders here will
pay in theif. instalments, so fast - shall
Sec 3. It shall be the dty -of the
Marshal to cause all alleys or streets
which intersect or cross the above men
tioned side walks to ba Graded -od
Planked as aforesaid, at the expense of
the corporation. , .
Sec. 4. If by the first of September
next, any side walk required to be made
by this -ordinance, shall not have been
made, it shall be the duty of the Marsh-
thai money be appled te the building of al to cause the same to be made, and the
the road in this vicinity. The ' S tock-
holders will thus see, that on them, will
depend the progress of the road. If
they wish to see the road first completed
betwixt Ashland and ' Crestline, they
have only io ' pay their instalments
agreeable to the terms of their subscrip
tion, and the road can be finished thus
far, within one yea. : - An order to tha
effect has already" passed the Board.rr-
expence thereof shall be. paid from a tax
which shall be assessed against the lot
or lots not planked as required in the
second section of this ordinance. . ,
, , WM. RALSTON, Mayor.
Jl Musgrave, Recorder.
June 21, 1854. .;..'" 4w4.; " -'.
. JCS Disraeli the elder quotes an au
thork who, in his Elements of Education,
printed in 1640, says :, I have a fayora
016" opinion of that young gentlemen who
on adjourn- But if they withhold their instalments, "iI??n. mn8$on '.'.nf
onthelftae B0ard;i8 no obligations K.TJ
; against it, 17. ffinigU this, portion of the road. They f hWeontehntlataa hM'moniitrcha.'thA mar
cannoVaxpect the Board will divert the his mind' will cherish, and be animated
payments from other poftionsfoftheroad y tauasuejiotioni-; .r .jnVj' j '.'' ;
confidence, call upon eastern capitalists,
to vest their money m a distant project, laW,ne to becoW 'clerki
while those at home! for whose particu
lar benefit the road was' located, hold
back their instalments? 'Certainly not
A , Aiet eacQ Btpcjf,uoiaer, .nen, py tneir
liiistaiment M -they; beejame daa,and
TrT Nine clergymen .have recently
abandoned the pulpit at and near Cleve-
, another to
sell dry goods at " Chagrin Falls," and
a .fuurth one to sell ' bonnets. Buffalo
Count ten-; that one, who. cleared, hiin-
to avoid aproeution. focrjl,
The Dragon alone had 'any casualties-
one man killed and another wounded.
She was struck .three or four times. tV
: ..Tixe.tArrogant : and-H eld took a fort
of four guus, and a spirited engagement
with the Russian troops on the banks of
a narrow river, succeeded in capturing a
beautiful bV Ti.
' : 1 : .. J COUNCIL CP WAR.' ' '
The' Commanders-in-Chief of the sil
lied forces in Turkey, Marshal St. Ar
naud and Lord Raglan, accompanied by
the Seraskier or Minister of .War of the
Porte,-proceeded in' separate steam ves-'
sola, on the T8th of May from Constanti
nople to Varna,' to hold a ' Cpuuol of
War, and to determine the operations of
the campaign. : According to somo ac
counts it was expected that Admiral
Hamelin and Duudaa would also attend
this meeting, but at any rate it is known
that the French and English Generals
have had ah interview with Omar Pasha,
the result of which was 'highly satisfac
tory to the chiefs of the allied armies,
and probably equally so te the Turkish
We may presume, therefore, that the
next operations of the troops have been
discussed and determined with , the par
ticular knowledge of t. e resources of the
Turkish army and of the nature of the
country which Omar Pacha possesses,
while- Marshal St. Arnaad and Lord
Raglaq have considered the subject with
the science and judgment of their res
pective staffs. This conference must have
taken place at the very time when ' the
Russians ; under Prince' Paskiewiteb"
wore ' directing v their - fiercest ; attacks
against the fortress of Silistria, ' and,
consequently, - the principal officers of
the allied army were in the best position
to decide on; the measures which ' might
bo taken lor the relief of that place' . '
' The'ir determination appears have
been, that it i not expedient1 to1' expose
tho Turkish army to the risk of a general
action for the ''sake of ' repelling the; at
taek of the Russiansou the' fortresses
which cover the "right barlk' of the Dah-
dc 'ieitner is it supppssa to be their:
intention td throw any considerable po
tion of 'the allied arihie$ On thejCoast, so
as" to oonie in W imm'ed iateTcollrsion' with
the present adranoed posfB-of Hhe "Rus-
that th "operations cohtempia'tea 'are' of
adifferdht' nature- although' 'they' ijiy
drsappoih the natural ini patience of the
pTiblie.'weah'only hope.tht experience
Will Show thkt iho decision nf the lfrnV.K
and English. 'eomrnriere ifl based "on
AUSTRIA JOKED TUB
Russians Driven) Out
CIRCASSIAN VICTORY t"
COUP D' ETAT IN
a to t t a
' T ' '; I flat ft motrna tn. A-WAAA4in - A
' .The Russians' have admitted that Sil
estrla can not . be 'captured for a' fort
night, at least, ..e U ?x
' Thev had attempted lii forca'tliA
sage oi ine 7auuDe, at tnree dinerent
points,' but were repulsed. ": ' "" , ''
,The independence of ! Georgia . has
-ecu urauiauucu, auu vue Danianea pm.
ces will be recalled. .. '. :
' ' An effectivb blockade has'beeh estab-
119UCU HI Ablgts U4tJ- . .! '
' T-Ry the convention recently concluded,
t nofvia' tar 1 1 1 Ann'A 1 x yi AT Ai.lnn A
-i.. uiivt 4 nui wvusj Aaw(tuia muuiCiiC
gro and S ervia, 'should any' disturbances
'.'."Authentic advices from Athens report
the defeat of an Ecvntian. corns, with
great loss, by tne insurgents. r , ,
in lnessaly, tney captured 500 pris
oners.. " " ,' ' ;
Exchange at' St.'. PetersbureKhas de-
The Russiai.s have been reDulsad from
Silestria four times, With serious loss. .
It is said that the Turkish f mess
on the Danube are capable of, very con
siderable .resistance',' ai.d that ' the Rus-
siatsj at the outset of the campaign, are
losing prodigious numbers' of meu in at
tacking them. , '"" ' -'
"' Eight thousand French' troops have
been disembarked at.' Piraeus." !
It has been decided by a Counsel, of
War that the allied armies should go to
Adrianople.. '.. ' '..'.
. ' There has been a coup' d'etat ut Co
penhagen. " All .the opposition papers.
including five in the" provinces, have
been indicted. ; . ,
The Czar is still anxious to renew ne
getwliOLB. ' i
"A change of ministry, favorable to
the allies, has occurred in Greece.
The Queen is. reported as neaj.lv de
mented npon the subject. .
Austria's summons to Russia is equiv
alent to an ultimatum.
Omar Pacha, Marshal St.1 Arnaud
and Lord " Raglan, had reviewed the
Turkish army.'. " - '. " " .
. The Circassians have trained another
important victory' over the Russians.
Gortschakoff,' and the Russian' Am
bassador Stutgard, have been recalled to
St.. ' Petersburg, with the inteLtion to
send them to Berlin and Vienna.
The French division jroak possession
of all the Greek vessels of war in the
harbor of Piraeus. -
It is reported that "nearly T 100,000
llussiaim were tnreateuing bilestria.
Operations from the Island to ' the
Dauabe are suspended on account of the
height of the river." '-; '"'".'' ' " '
The Russiaiis have" promised' not to
fire od the hospitals in, the fortress of Sil
estria. ' V," - j" ;
Russian accounts' say that the Turks
7-, I Bumoi
SistOwa. -1' ' .'" b V- !
', Omar'-Pacha,''aft'er a 'confe'rerice'with
the allied Generals', marched 90,000' men
for Silestrlal " ' ",; '"'' i
'Austria has positively " demanded of
Russia the evacuation'of the PrincipalL-
ties. ... - .
Greece' has accepted' the ultimatum of
the four powers. ' , '"'.' J )
The bombardment of Hango' is.' con-
firuied.' .Two EiiglTsh Vessels gallanfly
cut out a Russian barque uudcr the fort.
The': increase! of bullioir iti the Batik,
duriiig the week, was 227,000. v I
Political intelligence is devoid of any
great interest. ;' '. ''" t . ;
Money continues light Iio appear
ance of advance in 'fates. '" V''
The .weather has been fine, and 'the
prospects of a harvest is excellent. '' "
xue xiancuester.marKet is improving.
The British troops are at .Varna" :
Marchal De St. Arnaud,", Lord -Rag-
land "and .' Tzra'sklr" ' started for ' Varna
from Constantinople" o'n'ibe 13th." " i! ;
Two regiuieuts from' the.' camp beli-
uiiah are all iu readiness to move on and
be eonveyed to that locality in a . couple
Viexna,' Weduesday.-It is reported
on good authority that Austria on Mon
day summoned Russia to' evacuate the
When '! this is done,' Congress 'may
meet to settle the conditions of peace.' '
' A private telegraphic despatch has been
received from Vienna, dated yesterday,
announcing that ' the members of the
Germanic Confederation had adhered, to
the Austro-PruBsian league. "".'.
' Austria A!n Greece. The French
and English Governments having 'given
full explanations to that of Austria with
respect . to the joint expedition which
they have boen obliged to send to Greece,
the Cabinet of Vienna replied that it
coincides with the views taken of the af
fairs by the two Governments. That it
blames the conduct of King Otho and
his advisers, and that it fully approves
of the : measures adopted to . bring . that
Sovereign to reason. ". " '.
A letter from Bucharest of the 18th,
in the Swabian Mercury, says that the
Governor General Barou Do Bagburg,
has communicated the Boy aids', an or
der received from the Emperor of. Rus
sia, which directs that Lesser Wallacia
shall be again occupied, and not" only Sn
leBtf ia ts'to be taken,' Wt lewise Tut-:
tajal and Bnstsehuck. - ... r, .
Ou the "frontier "of 'Montenegro - 15,-
000; Turkish, troops, are . encamped, and
a considerable camp 19.to.pe establisbed
in 'Alhaina.- " : " ' ' r t'- '.;' .', -'TriE'BLicf
aceouut from "the'r Bmc 'gea . f leet,! it
was '8tiU off Sebatopol,' . , 1 ,.,-1. ''
' For ' several '.'idaya'tr9K,;ecu'a
heavy; fog', and. they liacl to keep up" con-i
slant noisss to preveut'their runninsr foul
lot each other.' !'"' 'V
(,via came wuioo. nas neon pus , across
the mouth" of SebastpRol iadesciribed , as
cous'stiuff 'of a number "of , chain xables
i.twi!u ,;wgBtn.er-. ano. aecurea-on eaon
aitio, oy sirong masonry, anq is taut Dy
l-capstana from its being, formed, of sepa
rawcijiiiusj ii wouia pe sumcienuyrong
o Keep out a. steamer at Jul! speed,, , , :
Tipr.t.prfl f mm Ttij(rMiA flu1 V lAAcxri
state, was ; Austrian jtroopa .fteacend to
tne iiaaubicr. every dayui.jttje ditecUoa
.On the frontiar ,ot, Aaacha,.coni-
erable concentration of forces is in ope I
nltMl in HniiMW miA rTwT ml.. n a . I
. - m-mj mmim.
-CojiSTAKTraorLE, May22d. Tbeaux
jllary troops have demanded from the
Porte 30,000 paek horses,, and 4,000
teams or oxen-for the march from Gal-
linoli to Adrianonle. . "" s- J,
: , A. dispatch from Stutyard says, witfi
the 3ceeption of . Moscow, . the troops
have been withdrawn from all the" gar
The enthusiasm in favor of Jhe, war
has signally subsided. s
News of the bombardment of Odessa
by the combined fleets reached Alleppo
on tne 4tn 01 Jiay, and was received
with great enthusiasny-
4. : At. the same time ias the cannon of
the fortresses celebrated this event, pla
cards were posted on tha doors of the
JVnans, and the public crier spread the
news through the town.
Paris, Thursday. The news of the
as a matter of exceeding gravity, as it
be forced tojtreat HltfjjMajesty -of Deu
mark similar, to tha.tjKhicU, France has
treated King Otho.
tTh latesV iiews-frofo, the-Black Sea
states-that the mortality of the" garrison
of Sevastopol is increasing.- r j -i
The French Baltic fleet was anchored
.Mi sirtir in Vashhkgtox: June.1 4.
Senate. After the usual opening busi
ness, Sen: Clayton,- of 'Delaware, made
a reply .to -an article, n. phe . Union, of
tins morning,, and also tne personal expla
nation, in which be defended the course
pursued by himself and Mr. Calhoun in
the, struggle .of 11848, ,wben permission
to vote , was given , to the . aliens in the
newly. acquired territories. . , ir:'. '
Mr. -Douglass gave notice of h"a inten7 q
Hon to oner an amendment to his bill
fixing the time f f the meeting of Cou,.
gress,- so as to adjourn 'the Ions session
on the 1st Monday-in May. ":: ! t"-v
senator tiwmn offered a resolution
permitting Lieut. Murray te accept of a
gold medal from his Majesty ; the King
of Sweden.:'--'" ' ' " "
Sen.'- Gwinn moved to amend the res
olution so as to take recess from 17th
July to 16th of October, ; " " ! -
llonse went into' Committee 'on the
Civil and Diplomatic Appropriation Bill, j
Mr. r Ietclier nas been appointed In
dian AgC at Iowa. ' ' " L
. . ' Washington, June 14.
It is stated that Senator Chase will
n offer a, bill, explaining and defend
ing the meaning of the Nebraska bill as
it now stands, so as to obviate the receut
ly discovered error in the bill, and re
pealing the law of 1824. ,-'; ,
Col. Fremont publishes, in the ' In
telligencer, an account of his ia.-ent trip
to tne iracinc.
PUBLISHED BT AUTHORITY.
AJf ACT Taalbris aapplyiaf cva f
ta la Mis (lun tb uat baa kMiteiiw
. dutrajrd ay accident.
.fieel Be it enacted bv the Generml
Assembly of the Stateof Ohio That if aU
cases where lands have been nurchaaed
ftheStat. of Oh w. title deed hate
been dt ly executed thtrefor, and the
the same have been lost or destroyed by
accident, and no record thereof remains
from which a certified eopy can be made
to supply the evidence of such lost deed,
the proper executive officers ahall be.
and are hereby authorized and required
a 1 m m. . . -4
Movuw siiu . oeiiver to purcnaaer or
purchasers.thSir heirs arid asig-:S, a deed
in place of any such deed a-j. loattr da.
atroyed, which shall have the same effect,
to all intents and purposes; a; such ori
ginal deed would hava had. if it had been
aenverea ud auiv preserved,
' . W. 1 VAN HOOK-
Speaker of the House f Repa pro term
" JAMES; Jt YBESV
Presideut of the Senata,
April 1, 1854. , - '-
1 ,j . .- . ' r. : ; f
T341 -'"-:, r
AN A T Concerning iiu tha baaj ml tt
MJi--r and Adinin-airatora. -
Sec. 1. Be it enacted liv tlie General
Assembly of Uie JStaie of Oiioi That in
all cases when the powers of an executor
or administrator, heretofore or hereafter
appoiuted under any law of Jthjs States
have ceased, by death, removal ; resign-
tion, ori in any other nianner.'anv' sue-.
needing admit. atrator, or co-executor,' or - "
co-aaministi a tor, may maintain an actum
on the bond of such executor or. admistra
tor, whose r owers ' have -ceased." a trains t
any of the obligors thereof, or their, legal
represent atives," for any .branch of the
couditioi.s of said bond. : - v.v.
' . B. VAN HOOK
-Speaker of the House of Reps.' pro tea.
- -. :. . . AMJtiS W I KKS, j
President of the Senate.
April 7, 1854. -, v. ;t
. . . ... New Orleans, June 13. '
Dates from the city of Mexico to the
5th have been received. -, -:
There is a rumor that tha Gadsden
treaty has been returned with' amend
ments. . - . " .... -:
It issaid that Santa Anna would soon
declare himself Emperor.
r lve of the prisoners of Walkers ex
pedition, en route for Magataud for tri
al, bad been released by the oommauder
of an English vessel of war. ' The pro
ceeding had caused great excitement. '
dbl men enlisted by the Mexican
Consul at San ' Francisco; had arrived
at Guaiamaj-' 1 Mr Gadsden' had arrived
it Vera Cruz and proceeded to the Captol.
1 he Mexican -Mimster of h inance had
repgfiedi i Tif i J f .'Til"?? -'
jDBTTrbiisicf or wax vm jmg.
, JL. Jjirffe number of highway robbers
had been'Commitied..-.:i--a 'i
ofi special eare rt)f dispatches: to the
Mexican "minister, of! war at Washington,
has arriycUn this city..; s-' -.; tt;. ' i :
f-:..t! .WasbintoS MoudayEv'gi. :
ii : J i.. t ... :,i c..k.,..tV
er is'nomiuated Minister.; to Chili, but
as uo Executive Message has been open
ed, in the Senate siuce May 13th, the
statement may be, erroneous,. ' .
.Tpe senate, is still waiting for the ac
tion of the President on. the Cnban ques
tion. -;. The . adiourumeut nxed for the
1 4th ; Angust - allows full time, for . all
business -ut:. o ?rJ; .r 1:' ;:.Hi.J
..ir t;i: ' - . i. ' . ' iisi-xtd :
-f c1' :;' NewvYoKK -June 1,4.;
The Asia sailed t noon for Xiver pool,
with 1 69 i passengers and ; $767,97Ain
specie. .:.? 1-s
' :--'H Wpkoksxer, June 15. : :
A very: destructive eoaflacratiop,- the
moat aerioua for maiiy!.yearsi'OCCuiTed
in our city shortly before 12. , .,-. . ! , '
The lire broke out m the heart ot the
city, and destroyed a pistol factory; May
field's Planing Mill, and a vast deal of
other property,. iu all some 20 buildings.
-.liosa. $oOO,UUU; besides which over
fifteen hundred workmen have been
thrown out of employment. : 5 .,
-: Philadelphia, June 14.- ;
Harrisburg papers state that O. Bar
rett, of - the Uarrisbarg .Keystone, haa
been appointed by the r'resident tiover
nor of the Territory of Nebraska.
Washington Gossip. -T"..-, 4 t ;
The Washington correspoudeut of the
New York Tribvne says; . ; ;
Dr. Olds of Ohio expects to go to
Constantinople, in place of Mr. Spence,
to be recalled. Mr. Ingersoll expects
the Chili Mission, and Mr. Orr of South
Carolina expects to be the Admiuiatra
tioa leader and Speaker af he"next
Uous3 of Represeutativeal . ,
- The Canadian Reeiprosjty Treaty will
probably, be finally negotiated. Lord
Elgin has been daily with Mr. Maroy,
and he is on the best terms with; the
President. : . . . .. ,.' . . , i. .':-. -. .. ! 1
. . The following is from the correspond
eht of the Herald:.,
No one here believes, the report that
Spain is willing to sell Cuba. , As -far
back as the administration of Mr.. Polk,
Spain was offered .me hundred millicm
dollars for Cuba,, and would: not listen
tq the, proposition,, Aa long as the. Cor
tex exista there ia little probability. that
Spain will listen to any such proposition.
'j-: AMCWR.N!Bji't,;p, CojCGaKSS.-The
Wasliiucton earreepondent-of the New
. X ork u tines savs: ..-! r, .,,-'. , .-
The House- o; Reprcsgntatives haa somo
f Li 8fj0 private bilhj.to cousitjler, besidespub-'
Hi Dusmesa, ot nnporiance. and will, is
UhougUtj, refuse te ceiicur. iu theSenate's
resojutioa, adjoncn on.thaSd of, July.
J?iie, action jof, the Senate occasions much
speculatiori, t,-A-j i J
Lihe tr-idesman who keepahia heart in
' 1 1 ' . . . a l . 1 j.
iuis cash-box,; will not pe long,, wnasever
may be his intentions;, ere.he will fiud it
to. be crowded by uu just gains. ; If our
heart does, not sanctify pur -wealth,,, we
may , rest assured that $he wealth we ob
tain .will sooir corrnpt our. agectiona-fc. i i
A A CT To amend an act ftrin mmt
T -rtheUnna uf lb Kuprem Court Ike Stata
of Ohiu, n4 nulttoniiaf aaecial term Utntl' :
ptmd Aarcallia 13S3
Sec. A. i Be it enacted btrtk Gei.fal
Assembly of tlie Stateof CAto,; That the
Supreme Court.' in addition to the terms
now provided by lav: to be held, may .
hold special or -adjourned terms at sach
times and places as the judges, or a aaa-
joaity -of them,-' may from": time to
tune determine: thirtv dava' - notiea -
of the time and place cf each speeial.
term to be given by said judees, ot a ma- -
jority of them-, .by advertisement ia iw
newspapers printed in the citv of Colum
bus; and the court may make- all -nee
cessary orders for tha return of precast,
and the trai amission of papers and files
of said court, to and from the , place! of
holdii g said special term. - ':-'v'.;' ' .'.
Sec. 2. .-That process iaauing out af
the Supreme Court shall be directed to -.
the sheriff or other proper officer of the
county where the same is to be exeoa
ted, who' shall serve aud return 'tha
same : Provided, That the crier of said
court shall have power to serve any rale,
order, war rent, notice, or citation, issu
ing out of said court, aad shall receive
the same fees therefor, as the other offi
cers are entitled to for the like servicea
' "Sec. 3. That section two of tha act to
which this ia amendatory,.- be, "and ' tha
aame is hereby repealed.
. i W. B. VAN-HOOK, r
.Speaker of the House of - Repmrpro tea.- "
,;rf AWfiB MYERS, - .
. ; -. President of the -Senate,--
April -7, -1854. . ; , 4! .t " r
24 : - ' "J '
AN ACT To ineid an scl entitled aa act to .
arnnd ao act, entitled Ml la prani
fur lh- ur(aHiEation ofcitiM and incorpora
ted villngca," paaaed Jn..irch . I lb '53.
Sec, A . Be it enacted W 'Use General
Assembly of the State of '.Ohio, That the
twentieth section of said act be, and the
same is hereby so amended as to read as
follows: See. 42. ' It shall be the duty
of the Governor, Auditor, and Secretary
of State,' or any two of (hemx at the time
of ascertaining the ratio of represobia
tion, as required by the eleveuth section
of the said article of the constitution, al
so to .ascertain what cities of the second
class, are entitled to become cities of the
first class, and what incorporated vil
lages are entitled to - become cities, 'land
their proper 'class ; and-: the Governor
shall- cause' a' statement - thereof, to be
prepared,,; by ' the": Secretary of State,
which statement he shall eause- to be
published in sauid newspaper in the city
of Columbus, aud also .iu sortie newspa
per printed in each of the cities and in
corporated villages, the eradd f which
shall have been, so advanced, and a copy
vi sua statement snail aisa oe transmit
ted by the Secretary of State, to the next .
session of the General Assembly ; ro
vided, however," that before said city or
incorporated village shall be advanced.
as herein provided, the trustees thereof,
by resolution certified to the' Secretary
of State, shall accept of such advanced
grade, and therefrom any such city or in
corporated village shall, at the next reg
ular animal period ""for" the " cleotioa of
municipal Seer;' praoead te arganise,
according to its new rradc, by the el(.-
tion of offioera prpa-ly belonging there
to, and on their eicetiou and qualifies
tien, the term of secvice of every former
Acer ahall expire. -'-' And it shall ba the.
duty or tha- Governor, Auditor, and
Secretary' of State, to declare iiKwrpora
ted villages, oi ties f the second e La as, and
cities of the sacond clasav.itiea of tha
jirst class, betweeu decennial j Provided '
tnat the application from any incorpora-.
ted village or city, be aooompanied by
resolutiou adopted by such village or
city council, asking to be- declared a
city of tho first or second closs, aa- (ht
case-may be, ahall be aoeompanje4 wit
satisfactory evideuee, showing tho popu-?
latiou of such village or fity to be large
enough' to eji tit-Li them to such advasoe
ment. -. r. . ...... .. i.
rSeci 2,V. That " section; twenty. of tha
act to whicbuthis is amendatory, be, aud.-
the same, is hereby, repealed.!
'; ' -" -' F. C.; LEBLOND, jt
Speaker if the House of Repavf
- JAMES MYERS, '
. " . '.. President pf the Senate,.
- Jttaroh 25,; 1854:.;-v .'
- ' ' ' " r" ,. T-,'- -
--r ": SBCBBTAav or rtAT"i Orriegjl -MmnOM,
Maroov I, 144. i
- 1. William Trevitt. iiacretaay f Uto afta
Slate uf Ohio, hereby certily that the orefe
fawa -are- correctly, rolled kuat tha rif
roha a file ia tiua office. - j-- L.m '"'
, -WlLLlAtl WKIfi -'
.. ".--.. -i v-: 8eerwl f -
I,'- Isaac ftatea, Aadiior brAb4aad "yv
.... .... .i.. V ... la are. aorreetlh
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