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jJATUKDA DECEMBER 10, 183:
Whig Movemett in Crawford County.
The Whigs of Ciaafoi J Co., Pa. held a
nutingon the 22nJ. of Nor,, the proceeoiut
..f .vhinh nr imnnrtnnl nnrl (drrnificant. "Thev !
.!...,. .nr. Pituhiirrs .'.Vat th i
J - - - s
Whig party there, as in ever)' part of West-
em Pennsylvania, repudiates llie doctrines of
l!i 8th Ref lation of 'ha Hatimorc Whig Plat
f irm. and that the war Bainst tlio Fii'itl'.e
Slave La v i to bo continued until that LU !
uji n our name nod history is wiped awny.
"We havo never doubted, for our part, th.it
th.) resolutions adopted by tho Whig Conven
lion at Baltimore, were in opposition to the
k. ulimnnli nf nine lenlhs of Nor lieill Whi rs.
and that their love to General I'colt led
m A i,ir,n..fi nr.mm.iiinn tlirv .1 1 1 ii .
.... . ...
w itn earnest protestations ngr-insi us cons m
The Whigs of tha North will not give -heii
to the Furtive Slave Law. They
da it, and maintain whig sentimenisj
..... , . ...
ICB IH ail UVSII 111 "iwiliu" w
tr ity and tyranical rule. They are willing to
f.i'til the compromises of tho constitution, pro
tided they can do so with the ordinary and
time-honored safe -guards from oppression,
an h as trial by jury, etc. Nothing e!so will
ityWo have received a copy of the
first ofiicul M :s3-i8 of Franklin Pierce, but
Violate for public Uion. Wo sh ill however,
be able tJ lay il before our
week. We havo not had lime to periue it,
hi) I are not able lo make nny comments up
un it. This Message has been looked fir by
ll.o citizens of the United States with intnnsi
interest, embracing as it probably do s
suine very import nt features in tho aiinulu of
ol our Country's history.
Fugitive Slave Case.
"The South h is gained nothing but a loss
by this law. It was a stupid blunder on the
port of Southern Statesman. The vakio of
tn slave lost is eaton up if captu-e follows,
wliild hatred to the ins itulion abroad, and
im. i'silion at home, aro increased by its bard
ir .iurns und the barbarous enforcement of
Hi..,!,." Charleston Marcunj.
ciuch is no.v the sentimuutscf the Charlts
I.t:, Mertur'j. Such are the sentiments of
nveiy hont.t man. "The South has gained
i.o.hing tut a loss by this law;" and why?
itcviuse the "hard features" of the Law "und
the burbariout enforcement of them," at once
created a "hatred to the institution abroad,
un) opposition at horn.'."
If the enactment of this law "was a fctupid
blunder on the part of Southern Statesman,"
what was it ot the part of Northern States
m ill We will leave the solution of this
'cp stion to our intelligent and honest Coun
tsman. We can say, w ith the editor of the
Toledo Blade, that from the first passage t
the Fugitive Slave Act we have never had the
slowest uouol uui inc uay wouiu come, w lien
........... . ii i
it would be repealed with the consent, and
probable co-opeiotion of the South.
Doings in Congress.
WAEHINGTON, Dec. 5.
took the chair at a quarter past noon, and
called the Sena'.H to order. The credentials
of the following Senators elect were then pre
sented: Ilobt. W. Johnson, Senator from Ar
kansas, appointed in the place of Mr. Holland,
Phillip Allen, from Rhode Island, aud Jiion
Bell of Tennesseee.
' Mr. Benjamin said that Hon. John Slide!!
had been elected to the Senate, in of Mr. S.'ule
but bis credentials had not arrived yet, as bis
election was kiown, he hoped there weuld be
no objection to his beingsworu in; no objec
tion being, he with the others were sworn in.
A resolu ion was adopted directing the Sec
retary to notify the House that a quorum
the senate was present, and it was ready to
proceed to business.
Mr. Dodge, of Iowa cave notice of bills
granting lands to that Slate, for Railway pur
poses, and to est iblisU a territorial govern
ment in Nebriako.
: Mr. Jones, of Iowa, gave notice of a bill
granting land lo tout hl.ile, for a It tiU'ay
t-onnecting the Missouri rivers.
Mr. Gwin gave notice of bills making dona
tions of public lands to California, for the pur
pose of constructing a llol way ana a lele
graph line from Sn Francisco to the Color
do Kiver, witlt brandies passing lo the oou:ia-
F f A 1 i.,,1 . . ....... I. .. I.M..
Ty Oi vregun. AISJ, a uui iu vainuiinu a imiu
of mail steamers from San Francisco to thcH
tndwich Islands and Shanghai.
Mr. Seward offered tho following resjlu-
. mi ... !l .1.
zivauipeu, x u uio icmuchi w iu-
if not in hi opinion incornpHtuble wiih
publio inlerest, t i sommuni' S any corres
poadence that may havo taken place between
tlm Oovernraent aud tue li.ing ol tue a - nu
It was laid over.
" VIr. Fish submilt- d resolution, w I ich was
laid oei. that a select committee be appoint-t-dio
cmsider the causes and extent of the aiek
new and oiirtality prevailing oa b isrd emi
gr mt vessels, on voyages to this country ;
whathsr further legislation is nuedud for
bi tter protection of tha health and the
p.issengera on suah vessels.
Ressolutions providing forth appointment
ofcbaplaias fsr both biases were adopted.
: ilousc The House met at no in. The
g tileries were crowded, and much tx-ite-uvMit
Hon. Linn Boyd was elc-oUd Speaker,
already reportel. The ralosof the last House
were adopted, and a committee of five was
iippoioted to revise them and report to the
House. Tbe roemba re were sworn in by
Speaker, and cimmittees were appoin nd
iutofta the Sanale of the orgsniialion and
ait on tat President.. The House than pro
ceeded to elact a elerk ahd other i.flioers.
Mr. Forney was re-elected clerk; h received
121 votes, Richard M, Young 27, E. O. Smith
10, IJ. H- Pringlel8, and E. Hutchinson
'flia remaining officers, aa nominated by
t aucua. were a'so chosen. ' The members iheo
proceeilod to select seats, wltca tha House a
Arrival of the Europa.
Three Days Later From Europe.
The Turks Recrossed the Danube.
Slight Advance in Breadstuffs.
NEW YORK. Dec. 6—11 A. M.
The Kuropn arrived al half past nie t!.i
P.uur lirm and 0.1 lii,'li-r. Whc ,t firm nl
Com firmer at 4. )((?'") 3s;
inf. ri-.r d cli -ed lo 1. Turk did ; ll.lder.,
pressing on tnc niaik..i. ito i en..f
The Turk Lave rtcr. g.ed the Dnnube
.i i i ii . e .. i.. r..i
without more fighting. The proposed conceii-
tra'.ed force still holds Kakl.il.
Details i.t noo:i.
Farther by the Europa.
NEW YORK, Dec. 6.
u 1,10 'S'-'i-.m,'.ioo
.Tho news fr.,m tho scat of war .. tot, con
Mmot ly. It-port. .f urk,sl, and Kuaa.an
defeuls me ii'iout eriu .illy b ihnced. fherc
The. r.uropa from Liverpool about 1 1 o'clock
on f.ie llKli, nriived this morning, bavin- ex
rei ienced heavy weather.
T!,n Pip-imshio C:lv of Glu"rovr arrived
... , . . i . .1 T,
. t. .. - ..f ..n....( ...in.r fl.il 1 1' 111 M. 11
seems most probible that ni decisive nction
hns been ht bincc the last aduces,
Tho Tuikish detachment of Ollenz i bad de
stroyed tho woiks there, and retired bacL
ar :ss the Danube.
Ny.hinj nuro leoent known from tho Tr'n
ijialilk'S. Ail the previous successes of tlio 1 urtia in
I ... . a rtn tr
burnpe and Asia ore conismed. inoouua..
aH,. a f fttwiminrns that he limsen win ihuu
l'io Geld at the hea l of his army in tho spung
A now noto is suiJ to bo proposed. Nei
ther tho Cz ir nor the Saltan wi.l listen to it.
Tho couvpo that li,il!aiii will lake is K'T'j
secret. Direct French advices say that Na-1
polcri U collecting' between Str-a'jurg an,
U rallies trmswthat he can fend off in
... , - - ,
. ! . i . 1 rvl i l.Ail ni.ui
less llian live U'iy. u ueuesaiij, .-
Wheat nnd flour n fair UenianU Uu: ing me
... . . . .1
Wheat advance one penny on foimcr quo
tations. Flour Od. Indian Corn without va.
Mr. M'Mah.in & Son quote price Western
Canal Flour E7s(0::'"sCd. Philndelpliin, Balt
imore and Ohio 38s. Denniston & Co., gives
under quotations. Sale 39,30:.Gd for
Wheat Richardson B ios call White 10s
(glOrlOd for extra; lied Scarce, lO.'Oi
3d; Cana.'.'nn, 10s'2d;g 106 I.
Corn Prime Indiau at 45;.40s Inferior
down to 40s.
Weather continues favorable.
Toik Dull, at.d holders pressing old on
rjiU.0P Ameiican rather lower and dull.
Lird Sniail sules at 5Ss. Holders firm.
Ttdlow Is0de2-S dearer.
AjVs In moderate request.
Qd&'iTs. KC-2.3U1.1 for Pols.
Manchester ma ket dull an 1 limited.
Money CuUKihi eloied .tcady at OosgOS-id.
PHILADELPHIA, Dec, 6.
fiht, was arrested here this iif.eiuoon by the
ERIE, Dec. 5.
And injunction has been served upon tin
Mayor und Common Council nnd about 15
of the citizens of this place not to do injury
railroads and especially to the one running
Washington, Dee. 5. The supreme court
nu t here to day. Chi- f Jnsl'iea '1 alley an
his associate; .McLean, Wayne, Nelson, Orier,
C'-rl a. Ciilron and Campbell are present.
Al'ler peiiin, t'l! Jade waited upon the
Presiilen'. The lioa I of Kx iminers for pro
in .lion and admission of Engineers into liie
Navy, met hero o- liy.
Washington, Dec. 5, no n. The House
metal no in. There are 217 members pres-
1 1, it. lJ.iyd receive I 143 vol s and was de-
c.ued cic.eU.j S:eak. r.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 8.
Ilorac. Mr MeMillen s aled his intentions
i,i i.ii.o.lncH a liill of en Jiiliziilif the lias'
" a '
ISfnatis- Mr. Jones, of Iowa, with a view
.Q lunlt fr ilt. f.,rm ition of commilees
n)Vl t w), iho Sen ito adj lumed il
ij jj. Agreed to Mr. Hunter calleil
attention tollie aeatn l vioei icimcin
and pronounced an eloquent eulogy, and
the muni resolutions. Mesr. Cass and
Everett followed, and then the Senate adjour
ned. ' . , .i t'- ii. . : l ... T.':
The Methodist Church case.
NEW YORK, Dec. 2d.
miming offl'liiilly announ.-ed, but the precise
conditions will nut be made publio until nfier
iho vriOiJravral of the suits by iho consent
the Coin is. It is understood, however,
the bafci of the tetilemcnt ia an equ 1 division
of the property between the Northern
XyMAi Law i Micmioaw. The
instant was lbs day in whith iho Maine
took effect in Michigan. All rver the Siule
organizaoions are being formed to rufuorbe
peaceably it ibey ean, forciblv if bey can,
cibly if they runsl. '1'lie NUet Republican
stti't-s, however, that the Leeiah ture ueglvcted
i lo repeal t ie o!a lieentl law, and that ibe
njr se lUri have takea out Iickqsu uuder il
year to oome.
fered Jt-fTTlios. F.Norrw, the senior editor of the
Boston 0ii' Branch, at Inst accounts wns not
exbected lo live. Ho hns boon for some time
ill, but supposed not dangerously. ,
(fc-The Stuitvnan says, "rurncrs nro said
lei bo out buying up Massillnn hank paper nt
7;' eta. These runners are. a id to bo bank a
gents. IN rhaun the Banks will buy t'p nil it
notes, make u handsome dividend, say of tiO
percent, and go m!''
X-iTThe Ohio river is still foiling, and ship
pers are busy bringing forward their freights
-TThe total receipts of the Crystal Pulncc
for tb Washington Monument Fund, np to
Saturday morning Inst umountod to $0, 63
X-iTSinc the recent break nn the Morris Ca
ii nl was rcpitird, between 3,000 and 4,000 tons
of coal have anived n Newnrk, N. J tending
to decrcaso the price of thai article.
The Swcilonboriiians, or New Church
have established a Collugu at Urban a, and
(are oi'.o hundred students are in attend
ance. jfiTTho talkhitj prof. ssions linve had then
day ; the adivt professions are now going to
have theirs; the means of education have not
vet become adjusted to tho new want; and
ho who promotes such adjustment, even so
far as to point nut its necessity, does a good
hing. I a me Journal.
it-iT Hy the School Law, Mr. Harney, the
State School Commissioner, is lo be furnished
bv the State, with a suitable office at Colum
bus, where he shall give attendance, with the
books and papers of his Department, when
not absent on Public Iiusincss. The State
Librarian is Secretary of the Commissioner.
P.TThe D.-tro't Tribune cslimaU that a
i r.imifH ni Ij.opI iliixii tiiHitB in 1mrtli
Ml 111 Wl IMItllll1 V (U H tl I'll! 1 t nun o im n ii."
, bw.n ,urnej cver by the late tire in thai
vicinilr. that twenty seven houses has been
destrnvd, and the crops and wood on nt l-.-ast
one hundred farms have been entirely destroy-
"Pac;:fio Uaii.iuud. The Texas Legis
uture is in session and a Irter from San Anto-
. .... , . .1 . i .... :,i i...
mo s ivs llial llie roau lo me i acme win m
built if it lakes llie tifiy millions of acres of land
w hich the State owns to do it. Four compa
nies tir- at Annin ludding for the charter lo
build a ro.id to El Pao, and one will be
ijranted this winter. From El Paso to San
Diego is only 750 miles.
57"There is a Norwegian settlement in
Northern Iowa, composed nf soma thirty fam
ilies, and expecting some fifty mjre. Claussen
a Lutheran clergyman, is their acknon ledg- d,
head. They are said to imitate American man
ners and habits very closely,
5TTIu' expenses of the City government
of New Yoik, according to Comjitrolh-rs
KlaiigV report, are expected to reach JiS.OOO,
000 or a:i averagu of $0 for each inhabit
ant jttTLabati Mercer, who was arrested fot
mnrder in Wet zel soiinty, Vn, ou the ticcusn
tion nf thualle.l ged ghost of J din Gamble, the
murdered m m. hns aotually had his prelim
inary exiiniiivation, and has been ordered for
fit tiier Ilia 1.
ft-It is sai l that there an enough hogs
packed in Cincinnati every year to reach round
llie world, if they were arrang.-d in single file
the tail of each bog in tho mouth of bis imme
fiT Twenty d-aths by small pox in New
York Ust week.
IT" A State Military Convention is to
held at Albany on tho second Tuesday in Jan
uary. T Thirty-three ballots for U.S. Senator
hive now been had in tho ermont Legisla
te e without success.
X7T It is sai l Ihal nearlv COO substantial
bu Idin-s have been erected m Ilarnsburgh,
Ph., this year.
ltT The people cf Long Island are discus
iiv,' the qut-sli.'n of making their Island into
a distinct State from New York.
T 7 A valuable service of silver plate was
presented to C'apt. Willoughby, of tl.e steain
ea Maytl.'wer, by his friends in Buffalo,
X.y"The Western Pennsylvania press
speaking in. favor of Gen. Larimar us the
Whig candidate for Governor.
f3T Israel C. Rice, provision merchant,
member of the Boston Common Council, nnd
a director in the Exchange. Bank, hung him
self in that city, on Dec. 1st owing to money
XlTThe approaching Anniversary of
Battle of Trenton will bo celebrated by
usual oarade, sham fiiht. i:c. A meeting
the citizens and military of Trenton has been
held to make arrangements.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 30.
The Boird of Health report 26 1 deaths
the past week, of which 129 were from
cholera. Edward J. Carroll, firmeily editor
of tho Creseenl, died yesterday.
Weather raiuy and su'try,
t3T The proprietor of tho Cumberland
Iron Works, Tennessee, have engaged
Chinese coolies as iron workers. They
expected to artive shortly at Cincinnati, from
whomce they will be forwarded to their des
tination. It is stated that tbe Chiuese
very expcit io working iron.
Silence la the safest conrse (or nny man
adopt who distrusts himself.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 30. SYNONYMES.
Tlitrs Is nsthinff, perhaps, in tli whnl. court
ef tn .duontion to dilTicult to acqnir, and vat to
Important, an corracl knowledge of Ilia propar
ma of wordt and Irrins. Ilenta we ahall davota
al leatt on column, of each laaue, to the aiplana
lion of aynonymea and the terma that are, and nro
liable to t naed In an.incorreol aenae. Dr. Illair
remsrka in liin I.pclnrca npnn III Kiijli.h I,in
Ufi(rf," that " lh fttt l fourc of s loo lyl
it l!ie iiijiidicinni lite of Synonymous T.nn; "
Gr.liam-iays, in the preface to nia "Engliali Sy
nonym." thai ' if wf examine tho H1a of moat
of tli peio.li?ale nn.1 liirht literature of tho JaVi
we iliall non be eonvinoed of the triu'i of th' a
ertion. For on fault in construction or iJim,
we slinll find nl least twenty incorrect appli-atirn
of wordd. Tlio wanl of . critical knowtfldira o
vcrbl dilinctiom obfijnily ia Ihe mine of H''
nor' But lhai.ijti the founditinn of tliia knowl-
dge ehunld uiiiloabtedir bo laid at an early U
of tlii atudy el' the bnnunK.1, and before Ihe li-iliis
of nainj werdi in a loo. way hM become nivster
ate, il appear to be generilly ron'nlered unnec
eary for the youtijf Xuilent, nn.l ia eithar neg
lected for other purjuil", nr r-o is wholly osclud
d from ryslciiialie edaeition."
Mmiry retain pa-t i lea' without any, orVit'.i
little etT.ii t; rtrollct lion impMei an elTjrt t'i recall
idea a that nr paat. ft elisor.
MEMORIZE—TO COMMIT TO MEMORY.
To meinoma mean lo record ;tu hand down
memory to writitmg.
Ex. They neglect lo memoriu their conqucaia
of the Indiana. Sprnrcr.
To cause to be remembered.
Ex. They nieont lo memoriie another Go'go
To commit to memory , to get nr tolerrn by heart,
mean tho aame thing-, nnd aie thin defined hyt
Webber: To learn o porfee'.ly os lo bo able to
rcpe.t without a c.py. Hence, it ia not rorrcot
fur n tencliej to require his pupil to nifmorirc that
he ileairea him to get or learn by heart or o comnit'i
o memory. We hnve observed thnt moat teacher,
uie the word mrwionte in nn incorrect acme.
TO REMEMBER—TO RECOLLECT.
We rememlvr what lint happened withont nny
Breat effort i we ree.tllert after som exertion of llie
niemojv. When the iden of torn pa't ocenrrence
presents itaelf pntitnneoiuIy to the mind, that
occurrence is remembered : but when,, after Seve
rn', attempts, nn iden becomes clear nnd distinct, il
i teen recollected. I will therefore be more prop
er to sny ' I An not remember,'' and, " 1 can
inot rccnliect. "
Aortk. -Ii tongue
S.iunds evca after as a sultan bull
Remember knolling a departed friend.
Il did relieve my pssaioa miichj
More than light airs and recollected terms.
Tu-elfih .Vijj'if. ii. 1.
Remember with want mild
And gracious temper he both heard and judjed.
P. I.., z. 101G.
lie his wonted pride
Soon recollecting-. M-i i- 5 23.
The scene that I iy .
Before our eyes, avvnkt-ncd in my mind
Vivid remembrance ef thcae loni past hours.
7V:e F.Tcnrrion, vii.
Croaiiing thu career
Of recollections vivid aa the d: ealiu
Of midnight. Demlhrtj Slaiuaa.
Ludiermu is anything ndnpted to raise laughter
vi;hnnt scum or contempt rilieuhui anything
adapted to rnie bubbler, with scorn and contempt,
(irnham makes the following distinctions: " I.u
dicroiK c.nvays nn idea .f sprt or game. !tidic
uloua thnt of Inughter; Ridiculous include nn
idea of contempt, which Indicroua does not conve-
rersoii make themselves ridiculnu when they
nr say that which excite our laghUr, mixed with
contempt. The afTected are aidicnloip. The
dicroui is found in circum.tnnces which excite
Inii'hter, but which are not diapajnging to
person laughek at. A money's tricks nre ludicrou'.
The ridiculous makes us laii;h, nnd at tho same
time lowers our rstimution of the person or thing
laughed al. He who talks confidently or what
do"S nut understand, in the presence of compe
tent judge of the subject of hircma;k make
ORP.r.NF.'s F.i.FMENTS OF
re.Tently mine before ui Ihroujh the kindness
some friend unknown.
In tlm work, the author combines in one trent-i-e.
nl the ditinsu:!iin9; frateres of tlio " Ana'v
sis." nnd " I'ir.-t f,esnii," whieli Inve pj-eeded
this vo'u. no. In aur s.-ho il day, the "Analysis"
was a derided faiorito ninnnj praimiiarsi and
a t. aneed puiils it is nn excellent wo.fc. The
f n'liteneas itno the different element1,
iinui'.'ly. Subjective, 1'rcditnlive, Objective, Ad
jretive and AJvili:il, throws a flood of li;lit upon
the mystery of amlyzin; sentence?. A'lor
orranjement of a sentence, anil tho relation thnt
each pnrt smtnlns lo the other is ascertained, the.e
can bo little dilheulty in parsing it. This enn
ilened work, however, will be bitter adapted
our common school'. (Jreona's O. a imi-r is used
Iho Schools of Cincinnati, recently under the
Mr. Barxrv, our S ,-hool Caimission.
r; whose Uioraugh and critiial knowledge of lan
tungo none can iiealion, wh Ii lened tn his
drss riulivi-red in Dayton, before Ihe Teachers'
A!Oeiatinn, iu July last.
ELEMENTS OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY, BY PTOF.
J. R. LOOMIS.
We hav exniuined this excellent work with
much ear and pleasure. It ia exceliunt for its 'ys
lemalie arrangement cxoe'.'ent for tbe brevity
with which the subjects are treated excellent for
Un clenrnesfaud pciepiciiily of Iheautho.'satyle
Ii seems to have heen the particular aim of too wri
ler, t n'.aco nothing he for tn pupil bul what ia
worthy of being learned, ami for this reason it ran
not fail to be maervrdly pnpulnr as a text hook for
rhoels. That the phyaicnl nell.being nf the pre.
ent generation iinjitraiiiely demands knowledge o'l
this r object, is no longer a problem to be solved
lie must learn the lawt nf health; and whoever, nt
this e.isla, will ao mb.dy the knowledge, as tn
place it within the grasp of nil, il a benefuctnr.
Taacbeia who are o fortunate, at to int:o luce
this text book into tbeir elae. will tav them
elvM many h"un of Inbor in selecting topics, an.
aud arranging lessnu for pupils. W believe the
student will g-iia a better knowledge of the circu
I ill mn nf the blood, by ex:iuiiniiif tho colored plates
appended to Ibis treatise, than b wseka and
months of study without the in .
Out we bar no idea of eulogizing ; the work
neede only examination to prove marits to pro-s
Ibat it ia tin text hook of oar schools.
t-W The Legislature of Alabama has cou
bimeil tue Ueuiuoattc nominations lor sena
tors iu Congress from that State by electing
Messrs. Benjamin Filzpatrick and Clement C,
Clay, Jr., lo the vacant places. They are
both of the secession wing of the party.
of tho House of Representatives of the Ohio
Legislature, is copied from the Temperance
Advocate, which it says was corrected by the
returns made lo tho Secretary of State, and
will therefore he reliable for reference. Those
mirked with n nre wh'gs; thoso will) a f
aro " fusionists";
1st Dist. Hamilton County Of o. H. Pen
dleton, J.ihn Scliiff, and Win, F. Converse.
2d. Butler and Warren Orauaillo W.
31. Montgomery nnd Prebl Henry Shi
deler. 4 ill. Clermont and Brown M. II. Davis.
6 tli. Oreene, Clinton aud Fayette Isaac
Oth." Ross and Highland John M. Bar
rere. 7th. Adams, Pike, Scioto and Jackson
8th. Lawrence, Oallia, Meigs nnd Yinton
9th. Athens, Hocking and Fairfield Lot
lUih. Franklin and Pickaway Samuel
11th. Cl.uk, Champaign and Madison
II. W. Smith
12th. Miami, Darke nnd Shelby J. Mc
Clure. 13ih. Lngnn, Union, Marion and Hardin
14th. Washington and Morgan- Hurley
Muskingum and Perry H. J. Jew-
Delnwaro and Licking Charles
Knox nnd Morrow John T. Creioli.
Coshocton and Tuscarawas Heslip
Guernsey and Monroe Weston J.
Belmont nnd Harrison D. Allen.
Carroll and Stark Robert J. Atkin-
22d. Jefferson and Columbiana Joscpl
23d. Trumbull and Mahoning Ira Nor
2-1 tli. Ashtabula, Lake and Geauga L.
25th. Cuyahoga J. H. Foote.f
20th. Portage and Summit W. II. II
2r.h. Medina and Lorain .N. S. towns
Wayne and Holmes James Hock
Ashland and Richland Daniel nib-
30th. Huron, Erie, Sandusky and Otta
wa A. O. Sutton.
31st. Senecfl, Crawford nnd Wynndott
22d. Mercer, Anebiize, Allen, Van Wert,
Paiildm", Defiance and Williams JohnTnv-
snd. Hancock, Wood, Luen, Fulton,
Henry nnd Putnam Samuel II. Steednian.
Fusionists and Free Soilers 4
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Adams Jesse Ellis.
Allen Charles Crites.
Ashland Uiehnid D. Emerrm.
Ashiabuln Dr. J. T.Ellwell, f. s.
Athens Samuel H. I'lirden.
Aunlnize John Wnlkup.
Belmont Samuel Findley, dem; Eli
Brown Wm V. Brown.
Buih r Wm. B Vnn H....k.
Carroll Ephiaim R. Eekley.
ChnmpaiL'n James M. Maillnnd.
Clark Wm Goodfellnw
Clermont John P. Emery.
Clinton Thomas D Austin
Columbiana Wm. P. Morris und Henry
Coshocton John A. Pierson.
Crawford M. P. Bean
Cuyahoga E. D. Burton, f and Jas Tows-
Uarko Evan Baker.
Delaware John Converse.
Eri" Zudio Harvey Fowler, ind. dem.
Fairfield Samuel II. Porter.
Fayette Jes-se. Win thing ton
Frnnklin Alex. E . Thompson nnd Hiram
Oallia Alex. Logue.
Oeuvga Col Leslej Taylor, f s.
(Ijernsey Tliomns Old hum.
Hamilton John N. Ridirwnv, J. B. Kr suth,
Xelsun Cross, Dr. Thomns Wriubt, Joupph
E!!oy, Henrv B. Brown, E. B. Langdon, and
Hancock Dr. Porkley.
Harrison Reynolds K. Piico.
Highland Wm. Miller.
Hocking H.-ubeii Ilesien.
Holmes Turney 9 Clilbert-
Huron A- K. Se(,'nr, f. a.
Jackson and Vinton W. O. Evans.
Jefferson Amos Jones.
Knox Jacob Merlin.
Lake C. C Jen inps f
Lwrence Benjamin Johnson.
Licking Alvan Wanln-n, A. E. Rogers.
Logan Joseph Newell
Lorain Waltar F. Hcrrick, f. s.
Lucas and Fulton Samuel Durgin.
Madison Charles Phil Jps.
Mahoning Jacob Musser.
Marion Ebenez.-r Peters
Medina E. H. Sibley. f
Meigs Robert Campbell.
Morcer and Vnn Wert F. C. Le Blond.
Miami Levi N. Boolicr.
Monroe Hornet- Holland.
Montg'imert Win. O.iwdy, -M. J. Prrrott.
Moriran Joimli . nlleis.
Moimw J.ihn J. Hurley.
Muskingum Samuel MeCann, Jno. Met
calf. Puiildiiig, Difi.tnce and Wi liains E,
porry John O'Neil.
Pickawav Jessu D. Courtwright.
Pike E. R- Allen.
Poring- L W. Cochran.
PreUi Benj. Hubbard.
Putnam and Henry Jas Mackenzie.
Richland James Cantwell.
Riiss Wm. Reeves, John II Ddvia.
Sandusky A J Dickinson.
Scioto Samuel J. Huston,
Seneca John V Pain.
Shelby Levi Houston.
Stark Jacob W. Brauh and John II
Summit Peter Q. Somers f
Trumbull M Burchard
Tuscarawas Harry Torrey.
Union Joshua Judy
V arret Daniel Crane.
Washington Thomna Roes.
Wayne Ffra V. Dean, nnd J. II. Down
Wood and Ottawa Addison Smith
Wyandot and Hardin P. A. Tyler.
Fusionists and Frccsoilcrs 0
Can .nny boy read the followirifr
feeling liis ainb'uitm stimulated?
Can lie read it, and not feel deter
mined to pliice liis name liigh on the
srp.ill of Fame?
Mr. Andrew J ilinsnn, who lias
just been elected Governor of Ten
nessee, over the. most popular Whig
in the Stfl,c was at two years ol
aire, an inmate of the JJinsnollse)f
W ake county, ioiiii uurolinn, where.
remained until his eighth year, when
he was apprenticed to n tailor in
Raleigh. His master failed to give
him the rudiments of an IviTjis!) ed
ucation, bat he married a woman af
ter his own heart, who knew enough
to be. able to aid him in mastering
the art of reading and writing. Af
ter which he emigrated to tit stern
Tennessee, trudging barefooted, it is
said, with his faithful helpmate by
his side, nnd his pack on back, His
industry soon placed him in a com
manding position, lie was sent to
the S'ate Legislature, after which
he was sent to the u. S. IJc.isc of
Representatives, and naw at the age
of 47, it ftcr seeing as much public
service as almost any other man, he
is elected Governor of Tennessee.
America is the und, truly, where
energy and perseverance meet their
due lew aid. Thii.k of this, you
who are si niggling to get an educa
tion, and be, no! disheartened. I lush
not, when the sons of wealth lo-k
smeeringly upon your rrgged coat
and old shoes have no envious
thoughts at their display of cigars
and confi'.ctionahiks; but Keep your
eyes ou the lutuie. 1 lank ol tl:e
time when you will be Senator, Gov
ernor or Presiecnt then will not the
memory of the past be. pie;; sunt, us
i . k t. .1
j I in.jr uwuii jiusiiiii i:n.,ti;;;i u;t: eiui
I to cet a sitrht of vou. and teliin.T
triumphant tones that you
sc.hy.il-matc of them?
But t!iw ci-i of Lx-Senator Ccr-
Will, Ol OUT OWI1 Mate, IS OHO
po'iit. lie says, that when lie first
entered aa office to sttiily law he was
the subject of ridicule for every student
in town, on account cf
homespun dresi; "but," added
"I have lived to see eveiy one,
them ten times as ragged as I was
at that time and why! I was eco
nomical; they were spendthrifts."
gp" Few have, been taught
any purpose, who have not, in
f.rreet measure, taught themselves.
Scott. Mazkita. Vobaire in his history
Climbs XII., says: "Mnzeppa was a Polish
nobleman, born in the Palatinate of Podoha.
He was educated as a pagu lo Jean Casimir,
at whose court ho acquired ontr.e knowledge
nf belles letlres. An intri.'ue which hit
with the wife of a Polish Pnlitiin-, huviuir
been discovered, the husband had him
naked on a wild horse, which was then
loose. The horse, which was from the Uk
mine, went l ack thither, carrying with
Mnzeppa half dead from hunyi r and fatigue.
Some peasants took rare of him, he remained
with ihem for a h-ng lime, and distinguished
himself in several incursions against the Tar
tars. His superior informal isn made
highly r spectud amocg the Cossacks, and
fame, which was daily increasing induced
Czar lo create him a Prince of the Ukraine."
Such is ihe historical fact w hich furnished
Lord Byion with the subject of Lis poem
A Note on Nosks. It wns Napoleon
said "slianciefto it may nppenr' wln n I
any uood head-wok done 1 choose a man,
bis education has been suitable with
long nose. His breathing is b.dd and frae,
his train, as well as hia lungs and heart,
and clear. In my observations of men, 1
a' most invaribly found a long noso and head
go tog ther
A Fuaocioua Mastku. In Sussex County,
Va., some rn .nibs since, Mr. Henry Birdsonir
and his little child, while lying in bed,
tired upon through the w indow, the child
ed, nnd the father badly wounded. Three
his si., ves were convicted of the crime
hung. The provocation was greal cruelty.
On thu 3d ult , a new cluipUr wns added
the history of asassinati )U and inhumanity.
Of lute, Biidsong has been in the habit of
each servant on tho plantation to
hiuibclf ut the duelling house at an
hour each i.ieht. Oil Thursday evening
las', the negroes failed to report themselves.
lliir act of insubordination tired llie jealousy
of Mr. B, and ho determined to make an
of the Crsl fellow that made his
earaiice. Shortly after dnr' "C of the
vants called at the dwelling to obtain bis
ter's shoes fur tho purpose of blacking them.
Uoon miikini; bis appearance in tbe chamber.
Mr. B. called him to account for disobeying
his order. Fearing cha.-lis. ment, the negro
run ou: of the house. Mr. B. followed
but finding the man too fleet of foot, he
a ferocious bull dot; upon 'he track of tbe
gitive, and soon enjoyed the savage delight
seeing the dog teat nnd lascernte the poor
Mr. Birdsong then tied the elnvs,
bent him so unmercifully as to cause death
few hours. Tbe murderer was arrested
it dow in piton.
FREMONT PRICE CURRENT.
Flour per bnrrel. .
Corn per baahol..
Oiita per bushel..
1 1 8.. 11
4 a H
I O I
miller per pound
Fgga per dozen
Cheese per pound ......
Lord per pound ,
Kail per barrnll
Ilidei. per pound
Fins seed par buchel...,
Timothy need perbil...
Clover aeed per bu.... .
Turk per barrel!
llama amoked per pound
Henna per bushel
Onionr per bushel
Apple dried , , ..
Deeawax per pound
. . . .
Myers Extract of Itock Itosc.
The following ia a letter from L. P. Drorketi,
M. D., to .Mr. Mer, oil the efficacy of thu llock
Ile, A. II. L. Mrrra: D.ar Sir 1 have used
nijaelf, and ai en others use the Hock Ruse, with
extraordinary results, raprcinl'y in Scrofula, and
in eiuptive di'enera of a -'croru:oliB origin and Ills
forming Ktnce of pulmonary coimluiplioil. I wiM
mention a ainple cue. Rrv. Atwood. one of Ihe
miasienarie of the Ainerieau Home Mienionnry
Society, whilt piireuing his Theolngicai Stuiliee,.
wna ntincked with gcrulula. Thia d aeuse wna he
reditary The awellinn hurl made rapid pi oCreis,
nnd cliewed no dispnriiion to heal. Nigut Sweat
cnnie on, anil lie seemed in a very rapid decline;
under these, cirr umetunces. Ink plivsician presciib
ed the Syrup of Rock Hose. In course of ten,
(lave, the lui jze rcmfulous ulcers benn lo heal ,
und ia about ti( weeks he was coinplcloly re cover
ed, u ii I line, so for as I hive been informed, enjoy
rd excellent heallli to lb present lime. I might
relate feveral oilier cusos ol siu.ilur character, but
presume this sufli ieul to show the. cliaracl tr of
ihe leimdy. 1 regain, vonrs, eic,
I. F. 1'KOCKLTT, M. D.
iiaiuo;j, V'oiiu., tJct. 5, r'4.
Acents, S. I1LCKLAN D &. CO.,
Frrinont; Wh.'ilun & Rhodes. Sanilusky City;D.
K. llnrknesH, Clyde; aad Druggiats geiie'ruliy
alipre puniphlets &c, ma; bo hadcrulis.
KlIIIL iV. CO., north-east corner of Fonrlli
anu ine streets, t-incinnuti, U., estern Agentu
Jlvrc Tirtiuiony from .Vic Yuri:.
Utica, April ij, Isi!.
Mo-srs. William Bristol & Co., Gentlemen:
Al jour suggesliuii, 1 most cheerlulty aekaowl
odce Ihe great ellicaey of Ihe OxygLMmled Hilters,
in curing mo of Dyapepsiu. 1 had sulF-rcJ for
aomo two years. My food disiressed mo verv
much, nnd I wna constantly trouhled with flatulen
cy, tid so much reiiuei-d, that it was diliicult lor
i.ie lo give any attention to my business. I'iiysi
cijns cullod it Dyspepsi i and Ueiu-rl Oob.lily, but
none ol their prescriptions si eiiied to d i mo any
ood; besides, 1 had ir.ed various romed. e with no
The Oxygenated Bilters immediately relieved
me of the distieM alirr eating, ami wiml on tho
btoinaeh, at il,o saiue time giving mo streuih,
which cjiiliiiiied lo tain, uulil my Leaitli became
so lunch improvid, lliut i could j-o abuul my busi-
v'- ua rur ll.c-r I V.
You i. re at lih.-rly to publish this if it will induce
others, who sutler from similar c-)iiip!,iiuis, tj uy
ill, 9 most excellent iiitdieiua. Yours, tiuly,
K L h U , BAT li.V it A UiT 1 N , IV holes.,le IJru;r
ieu, .No, Uu' .Mereleinm' Row, Uoston, (Jeiierr.l
Aei.-ls. Tnee, (Jl peri.oiile; six hollies lor '5.
frsaleby HU V hi I.A.N i sV, Co. "
45-. w Ho. 3, Uuclilaud's ;Nuw lilotk.
For C-mg'r, CJ.lt. and other JJirltant of te
,,-, J,IU KH,(.r. , us. ."'I l a 1. 1, LU hi
a.nou . :v c cjierk y KXi'icoroitANr; u
jbviitVfdlo be the. best nieiliiM.e for this class ol"
diseusyrt ti-s...uvrrd; li.r .Uudieal t'acully use it,
and liioob.itns havo been cured by it. rtco u.iver-
tel lisrliieut ill unclhtr CuiUlllU.
iNo. 41. it.
hy O.oul, of .Vew-.
pan. Sl.Ch.irCrii niv. M cl.ii.hii, Mr. Tn.ma W
.Main, of Kn-im.nt, O., and Alias Loeisc Wi.sr
liiiuoK, of Ihe f.r.ner place.
On th- 4 li mrt , by the Rev. Wells. Mr. A.
D. Hakkis. of Springfield, Ohio, and Miss Mahv
J. Mai.h, of Fremont.
Cuke recoivrd with tho above notice, but as tho
devil iss.ck nothing suiai l has been said.
On Hi v7lh ult , by II. Lanrf Mr. Wm. Bakkh
anil Miss It Amu. I ms both of Jackson.
A ttiicliiiirnt Notice.
AT Ihe in tuuee of Charles W. Moore nil at
tachment was on the Mill day of November,
11-53, issued by At ram P. Ferris, a Justice ol th
I'eoce ol York To.nship, Sandusky I cuoty. Ohio
ugainst the property und elK ct nf di Iviiuus Simp
son, fur the auut of sixty six dollars and twenty
CIIARLKS W. MOOR
11. W. iMiNM.ow, hi Attorney.
Den. ln-4 ir
K. K. WAkC FIELD
Now crrie ou a Stove and Tin Shop in
Where you will now find a variety of Cooking and
Parlor Sunt. Stova Pipe, Micet Zinc and Tin.
Ware, uf ull kinds. Brusj, Cornier. Sheet Iron
and Jupauiicd Ware.
F.AVE TROUGHS and CONDUCTORS
put up on short notice. Salts Pans made and w-ir-rauted.
All niher kinds of . I Oil U'OltK
doue ou short notice.
f5 Drills; on your Traffic. rj
N. K. WAKLFIELP.
Clyde, Dec. 3, '53-1 y
WE have just received the largest and best se
lected assortment of Clocks, Watches, Jew-.
elry and Perfumery, cvor opened in Ibis market,
which weoffei lo the cilizons of Sandusky end this
adjoining counties, at very low price.
Our slock coinpiises every article usually kept
by dealers in our line. W would call Ilia
Attention of the Ladies
lo nur lnrrre assortment of Eni'lliligS, Fill-
ircr-Kings, C'uiT lin hiiU Vreust
I'm), nil ol the very latest style.
IV r have also,
GoW Lifkrti and Chain), Gold and Silier Walchet
of eesry drt'ription, a tine lot of Gentt lireaU
Pint, Gold Kefi, fancy iir Pint, Uteel
llttir I'im. Jl. a'rleh. H'lawl Him, a
a?'ire lot of Faney and Toy Hat
kett. Port JtonnatVs, Smneik
oil. Work Jtoxet, Siliet
Wore, platiil and
Common S; eelae'et, to tuit all azet. Set Pint, & t.
Among en. Perlume.iv, we havo Cu'inroe Ih i t
eau'i he beat iu these parts Luheii's and Mardiel's
Ext' ct fur ihe liaiidkerchirf, a superior articlet
llrar's Oil Ac.
Wr hai' also a lot of mi
loublv-Itiii'i''!fl Shot Guns,
which w oiler very low and warrant to give sat
islacliou. Powder Horns asd Flasks, Shot Bigs,
Wad-Cuitrrs, Tour. & o.
eBMBB!Wr.Those who Waal a s-ood Gold
Pea will do well lo five lie
call, aa w have a large lut on hand which will ba
old rhrap and warrauied for ou year.
Our friends and the public are Invited lo call be.
for purchasing elsewhere, as w feel eerluiu that
w.e can suit them both iu quality aud in price. N
trouble lo show goods, so he sure to call.
E. I.EPPELM AN 4. SON.
aj"AII kind of Clock. Watches, Jcwolry and
Ae-ordeons repaired aud warranted.
Fancy 1M& Art fete,