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Vrof iiwMirtiiHA VMiKt itutrkikUm iitu CJirilt r
drertiemcnt at the ttyi iliey; am hunded in
for p'Miclion, thy will be continued in until
liny are rdcrtil tint, mid charged by'thimqunre.
It is really matter of amusement to no-
"ticc in the organs of tho old broken-down
..... m,;iieievi vi "v .-.j. 7 t
weiitationi made inflation to the Araer-ic!in"orgiiniTtion-?ltj
principles,, aud its
j'nimj. Head the statements published in
j.-.thoft reckless Journals, and take them for
-granted W truo,.. and the' conclusion to
v, whiih every honofct mind must arrive,-is,
p-,' thai thrmen who liaye gone into, and are
A" ncnttin(f with- the Aniotican organisation
LvVinstvad of taing cleoted to posts of trust
tiuin-th) goverament HJUght of right to' the
X-eat to tie penitentiary and there remain
a state of solitary confinement for life.
. .We are o frichd .'to. Capital puuishaiont,
arAn atrocious murder 'was committed !
in tho neighborhood of Vcst Point, four
teen years ago,byoue John J.Jones, upon
the person of lLMcCardle. The difficul
ty originated bctvreeo them in- coustience
of a dispute about Reclaim th(Iund in
that vicinity ri the time "Loin" unentered.
It appears thyt McCardla was' gathering
cora,'.m company with his son, upon the
land in dispute, when Jonps madj: his ap
pearance near them, gun' in hahd, and
without-giving them scarcely aty notice,
shot th fjilrfcrA Imnicfiutelv 'afror this
ploody transaction," groat efforts were made
to arrest thhtJoncs",but he cliulcd ull pur
suit until vowv. A few chiys agri,' informa
tion Vfc? yav eye J tolows that the nrurde-
20.f4tcr was living".! the town lof Lockland,
Ohio. Officers, provided with a requisi
tion, -started after him-, and in less than
ten days from the time they left, arrived at
Fort Madisou, Iowa, with tho prisoner in
cbarsre. An indictment has been found
agailist the prisoner, and he was committed
for trial. Louis Intel.
From the Diel:py Slat :'
Auditor Colestock'.' " -
Auditor Cu'.estock in another colaimi of
tn-dsy'sUuckcyev seoks to relievo bluaclf
Thero haj been uo" public meetings no
county conventions, either to endorse or
denouueo the principles there set . foi Ui-.l
What call then for such abu.se of those
of tho odium which has so -eneral! follow-J pe"0113 nni pi ineipks which were insti u
e l hint up in his unjustifiublc attempt to
dia'tmct and to divido the Republican party
of tui8oun!y. He. is evidently much dis
concerted atthe.strangeness pf his position, j
In bis trepidariotvho cxpoiei his follies
and betrays his 'weakness; land ' while en-'
deavpring to explain awny the arrogant aud
.1 .'!.. A. . f l.Iu J.tvAca11 Ytrt
h.uenuUUKItUi J . WHO Vl mat uuiw
bluridera into the grossest inconsistencies.
While seeking to lead ho has givoo no evi
dence; of his" ability to do so. - On the con
trary, bo hat shown that he has neither the
capacity or in3ucuce to pull down or to build
up; mid that simply an individual notorie
ty ."brought about by the triumph or tho
XSy-The whole eountry is now looking
with Intense interest to the American par
jy in Virginia as connected with the next
election. The pco'plo -tX ''all classes and
mental m placing hiin in his pret-ent posi.
tioii onO ' of respectability and profit.
U doubtless was avnire tlutt the Native
Americau" party was represented in our
county obnvention, as well as tho Whig and
Frcesoil,' and if their policy and principles
were so obnoxious to his ojd cheriseed
principles, and opinions, then and thera
was tho liuio and place to show his indc
pendouco and incorruptibility. . Not wait
until those midnight prowlers (ns he is pica
sod to term thenvwho meet in cellers andsta
bies, had placed hitu in a position with
out whojo suport he would not have atained
As far I am conversant with tho prac-
grades of thought regard ' th 4th Thun- rWismsaior," AwiriGthOur-
uay iu jiay as auayot vust importance
tcj tho country, oj settliBg Ih a gi'eat uioas-
FitiBusTZrtisM Against Cvba. 'Ion,'
of the Baltimore Sun," thus refers to a col
lapse of- the lato effort on the part of the
filibusters against Cuba: .
"Tho Cuban Revolution has probably
come. to a conclusion with the execution of
One of its prominent leadors Pinto. The
aid expected from the Cuban sympathisers
in tho Uuited States was not rendered.
Nearly a mil 'ion of dollars , was raised by
the Creoles as a fund of promoting an ex
pedition from the. United States, and that
has been squandered by the agents with
out results.. : ' ; ' ;
:Four steamships wero prepared and par
n rmeiWf whioh has tiully equipped for the exicdition, and
oi tcea f ablishcd in -thjo hiinkor papers, re-about 5,000 men wore enlisted and held in
:; witly, in'i relation" to this Order of. men, reaumess tor trausportation. . iiut tae ex
j w shouUHneline very, tntich to a change ample of pcz, tin numbers and vigilance
.) of ciirieffs tliii tiue8tioiv,.and gr, ill pf tho Bhips, of war, guarding tho coasts
'A . . 1 'm 1 ' . - ' I nil I Tinvlsnva tp 0.m Vl nvindfnftAna sf
J.llOTU(t pOilCT PI lUHlglUg UH0 ICUWIS UU UUlVVia l UUUO, MIV, JMjJlllUl.lUUO Ul
imd midnight 68aBfns't ;tJ the. limbs of Concha for represaing.mvasions and msur-
vhetm9f the woodruntil they were rfmrd rectioas, and tho premature exhaustion of
? -deatl-kltcl. 1 f.Beiicvirlg, however, as the revolutionary funds, and the disappro
do, ihattke dositfnof tliis erganization I bation and icterference of the U. S. gov.
'k-W Winrate ay humah being npon the ernment, all combined to "frustrate the en-
Sfiee-of thie beautiful globe of ours, but terpnsc.
J meiely to correct former abuses in the dd-
t.Vi 5pne'rftl- and State
- I T a ? i ' ' 1! 1 .! ,.! . -.II ... .1..
. t -r uciroii, were sii"iniy -aono ior on inc
CUfcrnmcDts, by placing m posts el tru-'t ., . ; ,
AL.i ith Wetv be K ed VOOn J uiwuiug a.u, wm ..urn i-
v-" j . TT il.-
.. n . intnl Urmfuio- Bnn lntefntV. WO o .no
:.,.K...t,.- o . , . ,i . ,..,
utitt hold, to "iUP farmer views that capital , .
M j.k,k.'S .t. nsarv for the t.rcs- ouaon CJ concluded tuey would ootain
1 maiDllu.WMY " - J i
nt Jn,Arddnv l.. "Rut. to be .little more
1- j---rt t i i . i i .i
.-,;.-,. '.j wut n,nnnt of confidence can coraing!y a ooy wasa.spatcnca wun a tnree
i i j s i iri(mm,;t:M dollar Dill to purchase the desired article.
virtrtAii and .lntMiicntit eommunitv re- 1
poto ia thestatemontemade by these hired "otime had nearly arrived lorthecars
-Wor.?., TV, fell -M Ahnt the Amor - lu Dla,l "uu uu uiu "u" "f"
ti pt'rry is becoming disorganized and its Pc. .Thc gen tlcmei, got uneasy-one
v.- . -j" i,r, ot them stepped , to the plattorm and dis-
Sold. Two well known gentlemen of
downfall of any priciplc, seems to govern tical workings of the party winch this man
his motives and control his action. denounces, it has been to place in positions
Tho Auditor complains that tho Buckeye of Political preferment men right on. all
Stato deals in personal abuse, whilst, at tho tho leading reforms ot tuo uay, especially
same time, he himself, indulges in the tho ono which ho sccnn to thinK para
coarsestvituuration, freely and unreserved- mount to nil others. Further than this,
lr. Tin deo.larcs that he has violated no Mr. Editor, I have it from a reliable source
obligations to friends or to party, while he that this same Colestockjs regularly in-
denounces a lare portion of that party as waieo. mio an me mysienoi oa, iuiB
"damnablo heretics." as no better than table order of K. W's; tho principles of
thieves," as "dishonest:" and arraigns the which bo fully endorsed was an active
Rfinuhliean organization ns "connivins" nt and officious memDcr, it tne aoovc cnurgc
all this rascality and all this infamy. Ho is false Mr. Colcstock in justico to him
asserts that "tho order" have' ignored the self his duty to his friend demands a
anti-sluvory and other important issues public denial of the charge. He says the
whilst tie has not produced ono particle of defeat of the Hunker Democracy last fall
evidence in justification of this statement, was not a K. If. victory that his election
He claims that his doctrine is truly Repub- did not depend upou their support. It
lican, yet acknowledges the reception of this be true why did uo keep quiet till this
letters from "Independent Democrats,'.' lato hour in reference to this question to
denouncing his course and rebuking his which he seems to attach so , much nnpor-
violence. He now admits that there arc tance. Tho truth is, deficient as Mr.C
doutlcss a majority of "honest" men in the may be in regard to the many Jmpartant
"order." vet shrinks from tho task of for- attributes of tho mind; there is ono prop.
mally withdrawing his wholesale charges ertv; which seems to to well developed,
asrainst them, of tho commission of fraud, namely that of low cunning, the property
deception and vice. He gravely suggests tho jackass can boast of in as high a de
an apology'for those deluded creatures who grce as tho renowned philosopher.
were ignorantly inveigled into the "order," Thero is an amount of insolent presump
yct shows himself destitute of sufficient tion in his attempt to dictato to the intelli
firmncss to adhere to a 'single opinion or gent people of Columbiana only equalled
proposition ten days in succession. by Pius the Junth in the bull.- issued from
Ho cajoles the foreigner by censuring tho chair ot St. Peter. Wo should sup
tho attempt tending to "disappoint" said poso from the spirit of Mr. C's communi-
forcigner in "all his anticipations of our cation that he is laWng under the impies
glorious republic," and borates the Know- siou that the govcrmicnt of tho Nation is
Nothings tho Auditor reputed to bo one resting upon his slnuldcrs. But as we are
0f em on account of their "wicked and of a different opinim, and tearing we at
ungodly assumptions;" and least he might taeh some importance to his views and in
not be fairly understood;" to tiso his own fluence, by extenditg this communication
phrase he issues his second bull in which to too great a lcng;h, we close by signing
ho renresents said foreigner as ready to oursclf. Madison Iowkship.
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"fight against any reform or restraint, to
"put down liberty of speech," mob "tem
perance speakers," "break up processions
Corrwpondcnce of th Cleveland Her1J.
War tireatening Example cf Cain
Land-Stealing Tie Cabiact Ef .'ect
of War. --J v;. : , -; , .
mlnU.W,n, attPvnd: tf the four 1,1 lUCnl 8tePPCU 10 lQC .P"0
10 14 4t. l. ' :
A.t lnnrWr.;nnd hundreds are Wu iuo .uguwu vuuu. pu.nn bij.y
leaving tho lodges, and exposing the work
ings, of the Order, Where is' tho man
who possesses the credulity to believe one
void of all this humbug? If ho is to be
fouodv we' would adviso his physician to
round the corncrof a building. Our friend
began to smell the rat, and w,is about to
leave the train and chastise the roguish
messenger when the bell sounded it was
too late be was obliged to content him-
.. .adopt'the depletive system of medical ficlf wth a v;oleni shriko ot Lis st .at th.e
i . i- . J.....U cooiiv uppiicu uis iiiuino to uis
treatraontin hiss case t as early period ' . , '
:M i)08sible-therefis;w time to lose, re'w 7' ;uw3 .ur m?iacT
.tbroepintsof blood, forty Igrains of calo- )"-r , ...
'aiQl,,thttiaha7ingof -the head, -arid a most OaiaiH or.TEUM "dunning." Some
rom ouster, are me omy remeuies. xve- xuisel v think it eomes from the French.
uffiemberilthe.iBaxnB in. rncdical science, .whore.nnc2 signifies, "givfl rue," imply-
i.'lolcnt disaaseBieqTure violent remedies mga demand for 'something, due; others
. What Were the assertions of these game from dunam, (Saxon) to thunder; but the
neB.riarJo the election .'last: fall,- and true origin of this"cxprcssion owes its birth
. agtift this spring? and what hag tho result t00no Joe Dun ft famous baliffof Lincoln,
hpw9i7 A conlplato refutation of all their 80 extremely active, 'and so dexterous at
: (declarations m the almost unanimous tri-J the management "of Ins rough ' business,
mptrof theAmerioan patty throughout that it 'became a TproVcrb when a'maii rc
the.StatftfaBd JXi$aa. , Next fall, and in fused tcr pay bis - debts t6 say! ; "Why
. fiTfy-aix Wd predict tnat the result wut be rjon't pU qynn him?' " that is, "Why don"
tnBame. oniyaiitfiemoro.so.c you send Dun to 'arrcfet hiin?" Hence it
.Pabinet officers . may futthcur wit to -rew into a custom; and' is now as bid as
i work and State and -County -wire-workers 9iaCe the days of Henry Vll. ' 1 ' ''
. may ;,wia.cpunei,ioKouiejr. against ine i i- - . ' r
AmPrMftB nrimn t. nrtid mav wlv. nt sol 4A r .--a. case 18
, , -e T j
burst its bands' asunder and break its eords 10 De c1"11"1 t;aay oeiore o udge liam
-into fftpms, but .thosewhotUnkthoy' Have H1?00' wWcl involves Point of law that,
Htte Pltnity of inowing. tho true wc uclleve 1138 ner botoro been decided,
state of the case than those dizzy headed faefs, ,as( we have learned them are
office holders, are itssttred from facts and P"y : fi0iaier at J m"ma barracks, by
figures tlKft they will in uc time sct&'m !eave 1,18 commanding ollicer, got mar-
i thPrestdential Chair In utho White od-; On .being ordered, tifith his compa
- IIous t Washingfon'arid tf'd"him this nyi...levor tie frontiers, he askod that
P i o ., . . . . ......
beautiful republic for his inheritance and -ni8.",I.ei?.e pennitted to accompany lum,
- the atfernWharri'or hnWfian,Mmin-, This. being refused, jtbo soldier.- asks that ie
try MrfpVssesslont 'fubKfers, will discharged Irouf the service, in order
'tWH&. iind'the bid fogies "will imagine H Me support and protect
jinany iuunDuiowiio wui uen pe " v, i w.vvimuiwm
pesceaily AndiCOBirortably seated ia tfce -"??r eiuew w granwum
White House will laugh at their folly and "'.vxufl nis: rigui ana auty so long
In derision:"' ' ' ' " ik J as he .continues in tie .-scrvice.T-&. Louit
Eve. News. ;
From the foregcing editorials and com
munication, it apptars that our friends in
.ml (iiinf tftvn fnrfifivo a nrM ' n thft J
UUU nuiimviiMmi.'W'v u.i.. w I n ,t i II 1,
i- a iw a 1 1 nimni. I the person ot ono uoicstocis, wno was eiect-
. ,, v. . I ,.4. , ...i Jed Auditor hist fall. We heard something
iuuy give an me pouuc.u pineiucs man , , . , XT
. ,e , . , . v of this matter when in ellsvillc and Jcw
r.,;.i ha mc tu1""111 Uls "K"' u,u i,u,u Ullnv
iUll.1T UUUVIOkWVUI W livwvvuk w - -
that tho statements in tlu Buckeye as
office. lie abuses tho "K. N. party" as a IUIU u"1 u" '7 " . "
.... , . t . .. 1 1 est degree misrepresent tie iacts in tno
villainous and infamous organization, and . .
after asserting that "Hell" might be ran-
fault with their conduct, and abuses the
administration for appointing catholics to
r hoid them In dcrisfop;
, I'"' IT.
'"Trie 'Tir'nRT Riinxv VrnttrvH. Rlni
it .,'-'; '- mt- r-" f ' ,V AliUE OF A AEWSPAI'ER. One of our
the Aroopcan -party fjjaa been performing i . . . C ., x vuu uur
- -V" - " .' ... ' ' . ' ; subscribers inform nn fhnt r.1 1.Aar
. suchi extra Jleats in th country, Mre lias ....... ..-.. ... v-"'
. W mnnti .nlirdf.ndmnr.ifr U L8. .doZen COSf..of his IlCWS-
.IHkrJ to VrtAW inrnifl,rf,nnf h ftrlri W J ..? J BWg to. article On
..... .. ...g .. .... . . . TT .1 . .. . .
bfthistv: TheTrbllbwlgWy'pcr- ;0(!V MJtMt.SPru.iiR)tbe advice
V" l ! " : ."' V k-. "'. i-' ' ' to sellcailv. as sound and iudicious on the
naps past soiio. ligm on ims aiiuierw dils. . ..... ..:.. . - - -
tarious subicot:, Whcti' the Oracle ,'t Del- P. " arly, and rc-
. phos' declared Scores to be fee wisest f .ln,h .,S1'".,prico than that of his
lehj'hepliedth'ai 'h'c was Viso; enough1 ?Von, who followed the
&i!LtU.JiZ.r-JL:-J :1 mi!..':1... same. ., ad vice, "This, .saving wili pav
. ...... f , rj . r 'C t . J . 1 .tt,m Tir !. 1,;..,. .1
tracod si.ia that of Ahe late .llotv, Danic . ?r r y ' F"BU
Webstcrte Thomas Webster bf Omisbv! 8taUinient 1,1 - W ? wool anybody, to sub
' in Norfolk. 'England "who 'died1 iri thai BCl "V" uur Wi yu8.nior.a t
ii;;;;,;. ?---r.;;.w,..-. ... .. .
' trWtf have1 received a (joinmunicatldd I '"iEhErlish naners sav tha't tiia new
sinemneranpf .(.tliouL he proper of the death of the Emperor Paul in 1801,
iiaraepC ,iint,hor Accompanying it.' This1 was twenty one daysia getting to London.
defkioncj-iA-luKiif l a SuiEeieut 'reason That of. the lata Emperor Nioholus, four
hours and a (juartcr t tie utmost, accord
ing to Lord Clarendon's stateracot in the
House of Lords of the time it had been
right to expect place in our peper. ". . received at the Foreign offico.
case. e have one or tro piras in mis
I ni.in. r.C ix n B ft r n crflln. nt VAllT TTlnll
sacked m vain in pursuit of a greater "ab. , J , 4 T, . A
....aw. a :. wv. a vam Colcstock, Bro. Alson. It is true
...... they did not unite in uo form with
only in a single instance. He concludes ' . ,., , ,
1 1 ' a t iv tho American party, but thy did when they
, 1 i 3 If j 1 libivvuuuiuaica iui vmi-v ...
n Iia i..taH fKlH fllcnPflflil ' I.AT TIA nflfl I
1M nil Ilia nii nliva ocnmm (HI
has made bolder attempts to place it in that "V1 , " 1 V V
I !... h.tf -mi1H iimra ti.iMif hn nnrrr it f ni7
without the least show of right to ofTer in " 7 " 7 " i-v -
justification of his conduct. I . . r- ,
, . . ucuaniu uuiiiiiiucD ui wit 1'"" VJ " v
Mr. Colestock taken in his own trap!- triumphantly elected. ?ince then they
Since the appearance of Mr. Colestock's ocame tno uteres cnem.es or uie
acldress', we have visited Various paitsxif party which placed then in office. It is
l ii i i i ii . . i i . i
ih. onnntrv. and rnnversfid with numerous generally Dcnevea tnat iae wwa ui p.u
inrlivirlnal. from mrta not visited. From dence will sugest to their tin propriety at
nil wo lnnrn that the nnblia mind is undi- tho expiration of their ptesent term of of-
vAoA in i'm condemnation of tho Auditor's fi to retire from the turmoil of public
course, and that he is hopelesslv and irre- llfo derive their graihcation in their
trievablv "used un" bv the venom of his declining years from tUf consoling recol
own fangs. We don't seek to injure Mr. lection of what they haw been
Colestock, but, on the contrary, we pity Virtue in Man. 'e love to believe
him. We believe he has been imposed upon tj)crc is more mora K00iCg8 than deprav.
by false professions of friendship about ity j iaman uature. When wc see one
ft iniilf llniian At thA Alfl Arilnr I. , t it.. !i .!..
mo vvm. ."i. rear oi tiitv (iron irom ii o evo. u tivra
lus associations have produced the natural us more picasur0 than would the findin
result the resultwhich wo predicted wlicn of a ,iiimoud. There is goodness rea
that association was formed. We would nn(i linsoifisi,;n l,e k-art. and we have
have been disappointed had matters not nfton BOcn ;t manifest itself, to themakin;
turned out just as they nave. wr.Lole- of a eocI)C of sorrow the vestibule of
stock's manifesto carries with it its own an- heavcn For him who is alwiys pickin
tldoto. There is little left for the editorial 0ut flaws in his neighbor's character, we
pen to correct. -- nQ svinnathv. He reminds ns of
Editorially we have east but littlo reflec- tll0Se llrd(. hi h to d d ud do.
tion upon Mr. Colestock, not because he caycJ limbs of treefJ to fenst ou tho womSi
did not deserve it, but becauso it was un- In the cilaracter of lnost men we shall
necessary. Mr. Colestock had every op- find more good than evil, more kindness
portunity to hare lionized himself in the tnan hatred-end why should we seek to
popularmind,by close attention to business pick out tbo flaws and 8 over the Btcrl.
tho correction ot old abuses, and by tho in,f trailg f claaracster T We hold this to
reducing to system tho business of the of- be tlie truo d , j t portraj rcaj good.
ueo w wnicn no was promoted, xo nun ncM and ,1)Id t up to tbo gazJ d nJull.
mi is now lost, as wen as to the people, wuo ratio of dlf whilo Wfl uffcr tbe evil to
promoted mm. remain in the nhndo and die. If evert
picture of human nnturo were only pure
and beautiful, we are, inolined to believe
that we should ha vo thousands of such
for'Jts not appearing In Wiolnbihs' "Noj
wrifor Vioj.f eithe'f dsiiauied'- jor 'afraid to
cntru.it iU .flih .tiq c Jilof taf', any.
ure, the ttuSstuiiv rf eolnpur-itive t?or
e'r of the AmeVkaa auji foreign party, the
qncstidn whotber Amcneuns shall rule
Amcrjcai urryiiig with, them to, the gov
ernmeut regard, for law, " order, religioo,
the rights of persons. audt pr6porty,w!th
a just appreciation of tlio!dignityriuture
and powers of our natiou, or whether for
eigners shall rule our land, riot stalk i6ld
ly tliroughur cities, tho ballot box be oor-
rupted, public, 'education andiiuhlio mor
als bo abandoned, and the people be carri
ed" away by tho powers of anarchy and
coufusion, the f.uro precursor of despotism
and the most oppressive tyranny. -
If tho American party sueceed in Vir
ginia as we have full faith-they will by
twenty to forty thousand, a confidence will
be given to that organization and a faith
bo established iu thostability and value of
our institutions that nothing elso can be
stow. Virginia is the last luold of the for
eign army.' 'Will they be routed from it,
and the people be assured that there is a
reliable, honest purpoee in the hearts of
ths American people ? They will but we
should make assurance doubly sure, we
should come firward as oac man and leave
no work undone, no stone unturned. The
American party must expect a fusion of
all old parties) aud the fag ends of all cor-
uption against them, old whig and old
ocofoco, as well as catholics aud the cor.
rupt lawless portion of. tho foreigners; but
the pure principles of Americanism will
triumph if the people are but true tolheui-
sclvcs. Wlieeling Gazette. '
HSrTho Journal of Commerce con
cludes therecapitulation of the many out
rages so called by the government of
paiu against the United States iu the fol-
owing pacifio tono : - .
"Nevertheless we have no idea that the
ifficulties that exist aTe likely to involve
us in a war with Spain. War is unnecess
ary to effect-the result wo aim at, aud can
only bo the consequence of gross misman
agement ou our part, or an insane folly on
the part of .Spain, which there is no rea
son to anticipate. The prceiso consequence
of dipt. M'Cauley's mission cannot be
foretold ; but we trust that tho firmness
which the emergency requires, will be ac
companied by tho utmost moderation that
is consistent with the national honor. The
people of tho United States want peacej
and they will hold to severe account those
who purposely exaggerate the present em
barrassments, for the purpose of iuvolving
us iu war. The long chain of provoca.
tions which has been offered by Americans
against tho Cuban Government should be
remembered, aud mitigato our resentment
at the manner in. which they have been
"Above all, it should be borne in mind
that the annexation of Cuba has nothing
to do with tho present question; that the
vast majority of Americans would regard
the acquisition of that island as a national
disaster, aud would ; consider the adminis
tration of General Pierce unpardoiiably
culpable if it were to make the outraged
that have been committed a plea for at
taining that object. War would be an
uniiiinglod calamity for the United States;
and though the chief burden of injury
might fall on Spain, it would react fatally
upon our own interests, aiJ if wise coun
scls prevail, it will not be needed.
pie dp'ot fulljj understand thj caTcoru
ditifoh oour forgu relations. Ye aro"h"ot
ur, iutlKJihup on thq vcajo of war :
ud it toay bo with, othpowers' fhanU .... J ,mUstufii ..
O.J ' .1. ... i . ... 1 ! V T -XTC"
onain, not in iuc inception out iu tupro- (J nnd
grcss.' If there bewar, it will b of orri ' .
a. ...fthl.. ....i ' ii. .ii o
vvu kiiii aiiu ivi vunu .purjuipr rsijcu
u9;will oobdenin us.in the eyes otho worid.
There are yils greater Jhaa aiforeign'war.
in tho consequences upon a nation aud the
blessings of pace tnaj.jje bought att
fiigh I price v but a wat--witlTibain-aV
ally anlstrongfiieiid in . infancy now
when wo are strong and the weak te ri
her of the, brightest jewel .in hr 'crnwn,;
would not commend itself to the favorable
consideration of the world. The .object
would bo too ; palpable-, we havi tried to
buy Cuba to get it through fillibus teriug
niovcmcnts and failing in both, now pro
pose to turn buccaneers and highwaymen,
to be disguised on the plea of state socqs
sily, und"fresh outrages" upon pur flag
The strong are prone to prey pn tlie weak
- -iio' hiis it been hinco the Cist man born
into this world killed the second, but tho
same chapter of Holy Writ tells us "the
Lord had no respect' for Caiij although he
brought of the fruit of the ground au offer
ing." So has it been from thiit remote
day to this, and so is likely to bo.' Six
thousand, years have not changed the evil
tendencies of our spceics. The Anglo
Saxon race has been. a land-stealing .one
always, aud everywhere, and "state ueccs
ARRIVAL tiF..TIIE Al
I .. I ' --"!
CThe sieanmWp "Africa has )aitired at
ed, and iloscd &x J'rovisSons unchang-
o mafljte,t is firm; lard pas adrane
cd, and ha'sales arejmade at from 44s to
4ts WUte wheat frm lUlOd tol26d;
ed wheat l0s6d toCOs 9d: Flour, old west-
ern"canaT41a42; new 6"37ao9s; old Phila-
diolnhiaRrul-Baltimoro flour 41sCd a 43s
ur: pldnewv do at 40a41s; Ohio 43s6d a
44; com inactive! ; American securities
The-tiillwu itt'tho; bank England has
Tho Vienna conference held a meeting
on tho 8th inst, but without any result,
and since then the debates havo apparent
ly been suspended, and it is not known when
another nioetiu'g" will bftiitldi i If ; V
' Gre'atf Bntatd1 k vetoes for newTban.
fllftr' in m ruin mi (inmo ltiu nnnnmilln nAn I
. , ; ""'""f. full of ioev v J .
ottered as the upolt'cv. it was cood for vr in.
., .,- ; i y i w' vyt uouipucatruuB wiin j iussiaare re-
other purposes in the days of Oliver Crow- nnvfiMl " .' ;;:s ? t-t
well-good in Massachusetts whcifcwiteh- ,Tlw, tMea nk vUn-.t .
es wero burnt in Salem, andlloor Wil-L Ii-. .Ai .. .LiiJ' . Y ,
! i tT, , ; , v 1 to session on the '8th' lHStiwblohlnsted
nam uanisueu to ituode island, or "other U t li'At.J-' i(.ir "
uiiKuown parts -and is pod tor our Oov-
ernment every year for driving the Indians yt ed fc,kp. i&lXA
4..A1 I, A ... 1. I ' . ... .. 1.. I . ... 1 - ---
' "7 ". ' tersburgb.Druoyn dp 'lJHus aSd "AU
I think the Question of tcacc or war t..t. ' "fi.Li rJ i''-' -v.itf .
. - i J. uaua, n vru ureseui.. t is rumored tnnt
.from St. Ps.
question ot peace or war VasTia wcri j - i tffJ VSZk&Y-ti.i
hangs ou a thread. If Commodore McCaul- tU Vvleri5f.nt52i''nfii,k WW..
cy, ib a vain, weak man, or a fiery and im- m wcve b(mV toll Vienna Mb
prudent-one there is no doubtkw; the considcrod donbtful- Erorr'thlnscems
Mr. Editor In perusing the columns
of your last week's paper, I notice an ad
dress signed E. M. Colestock to tin; Free charncters living and loving around us
Democracy o( Columbiana county. This t,
is the man who was nominated and elcc- KB-We are sorry to learn from the
ted Auditor of Columbiana county, by the Wheeling Gazette that our oid friend E.
Ucpulicau party last fall. , I was not only W. Stephens of that city Was badly injur-
surpriscd but disgusted in perusing his Aim- d on Wednesday last, by a casting rolling
sy document. I would ask this man Cole- over him on tho wharf. The information
stock what the Republican party iasdono m tn0 Gazette is imperfect,' and we have
what principles have they ignored, which looked in vain in tho other papers of the
wero endorsed by our county convention, c'f7 f0T further infomiatioB. We hope
and again at tho October election by an ur much esteemed friend is recovering,
overwhelming, majority of bixtccn Hun- rl'To seen better days, ns tho cbap
.dred. rotes, cast by those intelligent citi- said when he was kicked out of doors one
tens to whom he now presumes to dictate rainy day
A Western Merchant Swindled.
Mr. Alfred Hall, a mcrchantresiding
West, now on a visit to this 'city fof the
purpose of purchasing goods, was on Sat
urday swindled out of $300 by . Augustus
G. Benedict, whoso acquaintance he made
at the Pacific Hotel, in Greenwich st. . It
appears that lx. Hall arrived in the city
in the early part of lust week, and put up
at the above hotel, where Benedict scraped
acquaintance with bira, aud by his suavi
ty of manner aud unremitting attention
soon gained tho esteem, and confidence of
Mr. II., and the, two wore: together most
of the time, visiting saloons, theatres and
other places, and qating, drinking, and al
most sleeping, together. On, Saturday,
BcnWict, thinking tho time had arrived
to put his new friend to some use, borrow
ed $800 from him, giving him as security
a yieck on one of, the City banks for
uitch larger sum. ' Mr. Hall, supposinga
wan right, pocketed the check and thought
no more of the matter until Sunday morn
ing, when, pn inquiry, lie discovered th
check to be worthless. He then weut be
foro Justice Welsh and stated tlie facts in
the case, and that magistrate issued a war
unt for die arrest of Benedict, and officer
Do Bindtr and Counselor Lalor, Clerk of
the Court, started id pursuit of him Af
ter considerable inquiry,' they found that
he had gone to Jamaica,' L. I.y and pur
sued him thither, but arrived a short time
after he had left for Newton. To this
place they -also followed, and on reaching
it found ho had started for Astoria! Af
ter liiring a fresh horse, they continued
their pursuit, and overhauled him just as
ho entered that place, with $740 of the
borrowed money iu his pockets. : He was
brought back tq the ; city , and oommittcd
vJ l'(tOVM) VJ V HOXVQ ! ElDUt IAS pvfUjk CV
animation. N. I Tribune. ; , ";'.
the anikxintof .wLwh is sot pccicd:eT
It pas fiprmally announ(;pd oil Monday
tha,t jkirniishbig otiDtinuei hefoxtvjSebas
topol , iiuVwiih ling sfi axserivuffftEKaoter
had occurred up to the 6th. ' - ' .
y The new, steam propoller I76rthXar61i-
na, built jit. PJhiUidclpli,9, ,hR8...been sunk
off Holyhead," by oo1lisi6n'with a British
ship. All hands 'Were sated. '
The position oiOn paskat and the
Rttssiausr is the kUief iropthai he has
enlarged his Hnea"pf defQnco' ' " '
The Baltic sea ia reported as being still
qucst.on will he solved. If . we, are saved b b at a- 8ti1; ' ;ft' ft,, K
tioni war, it will be bv, Lis intcirrit.T and tv.Ji ii-- y;f ,:iew u
judgment, aud tho responsibility is a fear- :oiut tccto ate'of thVVr.,t
ful one. The Heads of the War and Navy norlliei; hi' e'xbresseS reieV:Kime
Departments are for "54:40 or fight."- s',,., UW'f.'nr.VftiiU
Mr. Marty and Mr. Cuslmig are, pacific, ...Urtrin : vTntS." heU?
and so is Gov. McClelland, and I conjee- to e'uiulneaUon or ie Var'Woc'en
iure iur. uuiune aim jur. Uampliell are.-1 dcfei.,.cl. ": ' ( "
the President is belligerent, but halts be- Ud to iK0' ifl, ihU!)la"UV i'U-
tween opinions.' Gen. Jackson, Henry ant fbastopol ' '1 i'tiondf both
tlay, JJamel Webster oJohn C. Calhoon, ariniesVcre then unchupge.r; With 'ilfglit
would act in sonic way, decisively j but Bkinnislnh ou a small "scaled "ift:r ft
General Pierce is not a man of that cali- ' TKVU1,;''nft..-V5: .Ci' .
vw,..v MU. -uu wi ,( )uy
uie lilies renoriincmseivesreaav to com
The Union is the. repudiated , organ of Leuce a ceneral bombardmcni 'of 'the
the Executive, and is fanning the flames I city. ' " ; ' '' ' ' ' ' " JIj
with all its means ; if it speaks by author- Tho Russians have cons'tructedf two new
ii. a i t . i,!.ui .t ,
itv, ui. country uos a rigut to Know it; it batteries, and converted iutq ambuscades
it docs not, it works great injustice to its their advance carafe . 'ViT'
friends. The condition of uncertainty as 1 Tlie Trench, are advancingJ'tbwaVdJs,the
to coining events is doing essential damage Malakofil works' by" way W'tne'Serpentino
to tho business of tho country, and if tho Gap.'"" '' ' to-
war clause is not already m the policies nmur M Wint m?r ,1' ' U
oi insurance upon our thousand s'aips scat- Alma a.frcn escfited. buUVcu'nies two vil-
tcrcdou every ocean, jt soon will be. All iJgc8S,bout half a league ffomupatoria
huh trouoie grows oi a uanurupt Adminis- and 3 onlarging the circle of hjs fortjfica
tration that seeks to avoid liquidation, ho- tions.' Tho Allies are sending Iiimacm-
iin..u Dtv-uiauuu niu mru tyrccmcnt or p,uuu men. The trench re-
i .Jf . I',.,U. ))
up something that may save them from po- inforcements and tjmse'fi'Sardima ire
litical annihilation. . Tho hope is a .vain cxpected id land sVoAy'iVVioiiyVd,
one the hand writing is on the wall-they QOO Ecvptians havo also Sailed Tor 'Euna-
.mi. i- ..!,( sar.1 illTi'-1-
have been weighed and found wanting. , ' torn.
This would be tho result of a war with 1 Tho Affiearo"ch"air
Spain, expensively purchased, certaiuly, Jml::a're6ut''fo;r
to wit, privateers of ull nations, pur. own erial guarantee'' the already itfpng'posi
included, under the Ppanish flag,, , would tiotrof IvaiuciecHi,' with" 20,600 moa Sup
drive our commerce from the Gulfpf Mex-' pod'otlhe nceU.,,?,;f J.vJ '
ico, and nil the products of . tho Mississip- '!Canrotestt
pi valley through tho lakes and oyer our' 'ocasio
railroads ; hut let not the prospects of div- d, W foilows:'-AusVian' iiil
idends to a comparatively fow vessel own- ded, 400.,. ' ;"' I J ' 1 V'1U
crs and railroad stockholders,, gild. the pill. '. Some distw
What thej gained others would hc, and jaWin con'sequcnM
with them, too there would bo a day of reck- ting tfieiVhuscTofc' r
oning in the end. Those men who reroem. the " Czar's d'eath'.' ' " 'J ''n '
bertha condition of thipgs ., in. tho, Wcs- The French steamer Rochehhe'rg with
tern States for years after tho.wacof 1812, two ships in tow, all'of which we'ri'loQdeJ
will apprteitte.tbis. -' ... ,; L.R.: S with 'horses, Vero lost off BalfickicK'1 "' .
. ,. : i, '"".". ;! ; , .". ' " 'Tlie Russians deny MenschikolFs ddath,
Wash Your Trees. In April fruit K.n Siix htl Jki, . iloii,i!a .
, ; t. 4--'. i. !iw t. , ihiv niuiuiiiiaiiio is wounuea. .'r.
trees should be scrubbed or scraped clean L...rt: d 'ltWmil h'rW
of moss old rough Lark, etc, and, wash --w'rtlk " HI
with a mixturo-of weak ley, mt.n-1 sul- . the 'Greek AmtaWaQp ha irrlVed it
phur. Say, to a common water pair of cn'tj'a ?". M.i,,',.
weak ley, put. one fourth lb. of sulphur ? -OnUhe'Mbf Aithe'tdTSna
and quart ofeh,mney soot or lampblack. m of flhea'Ehilnbrk,
uasamg tree, wen wuu tn.s now, KU.s in- 6 m U rif April :tigatidV1n (fit
sects, opens the poresRnd interests rapid Baltic sea' was 5 cohsidWd: dangerous for5.
groWln. imo wasn snouiu never do ua weeV6r' terthlgut'IonW
-., .5 w-rres;, ami is unaiguuT of tho heavy' floating tee. "T,,,'l
any cuitivatea taste. y " -; A' Mispatch ' fronHai
' Tms t rn. Trm .r , woi'lin'i.u tn." an'tfmjp'f 120,u0d Wen'r'Vernit
tntrnlOd in tuo iia tid tirovlbrtrit ifid
hare mJ liuhs tfloa.u';-w'w
Hriti'sh' Parliament Is noVin elwlnti.
Four hundred and twenty Ave Mormon
emigrants, bound to Salt JUka City, havo
1 . . (Til ! J , t I . t, , . .
arnveq at x nuaueipiua iroin uverpooi.
expocts every " farmer to do his (duty this
an;;n -nA -' it ' wDUooii
f'ug. iiu ,mu o un un, . nau luiuiern i .... t,
-.. t :..,.... :. it... i . -I Ana
the Providence of God.tieviinav rcno.an Iho Rmouot, " ticroposcd loan Hh
abundant .harvest. No one ever gained a P08111 known, built is Supposed :io'p"e
good crop without Jabor and ears- : ,. i- slont 5.000,000, and almost iram'ediate,
ty aiter tne loan was announced the funds
Mff "jane aiu you carry mat umorcila
home that 1 borrowed yesterday !' asked
a father of his only son..'
fell M Ql ll t' i:'. IT . I. "ii Vl.ml ia.
.v.. w . j - - - -. , J .
Napoloon' and Eugenie Weir's Wpeclcdfe
wach Londonlotf the IGth. In theWl
"No, father, you havo always ' told 'tn'o programme is puhllsliel that amollff'rrtnrV
to lay up something for a' rainy day, and ceremonies the Emperor .Napoleon' la te"bV
as I thought it would' rain soon, I laid up invested with tho brderof "he garter '
the hnibrella." J '7 ' ; . - ' :! the Earlof ariUlo entered on the dj,
' TW,n, TitLo " t) ' t ' tei vlo tf ,0 Ireland, and w
Frovidc for BiRps.-I repare places Wcllreceired Publio v ,U
for Birds to iavq nests ,n ,and; t oy. will, Uj tUmot BoheU
rnorhau repay ! your tronblo by prey.: f . jy . M yj,
ing on worms and insects, besido givm founded to leave for ihom ot he m if
you delightful music. ,.A " , April. .