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and firmly delem
ers and their coun
When the Itomi
State mutt vlead at the
divinely constituted jua?
party deem it a duty the
freedom of the country to
the right to interfere and c'o
of the State. They claim t
. hasno right to take part inte
When the Romish ChuieR1
"the Church as the guardian a
the law. must have the power to t
eance of the Slate and to judgo w
not it does or does not conform tot
ditions of its trusts, and phokounck
tknck accordingly," we Bgaiu enter
protest against lis assumption of politico
In short, the Americnn party is now and
. always will be iu opposition to the union
of Church and State Thus f ir we oppose
. ' Catholioism.but no farther. Asa religion,
it has a poifoct and Constitutional right to
i:s forms of worship, and against thtse we
" uriro no ohiections. For Protestants to
marrv under the Constitution and laws of
the land, it not only pronounces null and
void, but acis of prostitution and crime
hideous in the sight of Godand theChurcl
With these charges and declinations star
ing us in the face we can no longer recog
nize the Romish Church as a divine insli
tution.hutasagreatnoMjccrJioiy 8ct Up jn
opposition to the . Constitution and laws of
the land, and only awaiting an opportunity
in overthrow our dearly chcribhed and
Our opposition to Catholicism is not on
account of its fundamental or essential ar
ticles of religious faith, but because of its
interference iu the political concerns of the
nation. It goes beyond the religious wot Id
and claims to control the civil power.
is not satisfied with giving tone to Gov
eminent by operating upon the heart of the
ruler, but assumes to controlthe governed
in matters civil as well as spiritual.
anneals to the laws of force, to control mat
ters of opinion; and resorts to the most out
rafreous persecution in all cases where free
dom of thought cannot bo killed without t
" It fosters ignorance, and insists upon im
plicit obedience on the part of the masses.
It makes warupon the Bible; closes its lids
to the people; drives it from our schools;
" burns it, and throws its ashes to the winds.
It opposes publio education, and fights a
gainst all the liberal institutions of our
country. In short it is, the natural, sworn,
eternal enemy of Republicanism. For these
reasons we oppose it.
ror for even
be placed int
Whi'.o they wer
cau order becauso tin
they were at the eanie
organizing a secret
Tub Four Points. Tho four points to
which Russia is said to have at length n
greed, as the basis of ne w negotiations, are
1. The abolition of the Protectorate of
own household, and at
of tho editors of the Eagle is
the Sag Nichts council in thi
posed entirely of Catholics, foreig
broken down demagogues. It is a
ty organized under tho solemnity of
oath, and every vote taken by its members,
on tho most trival question, is under the
sanctity of this oath with up-lifted Lands.
So strict and binding is the administration
of this oath that members leave tho hall
with their left hand on their heart and their
right hand raised in the attitude of taking
the most solemn vow. bucli, reader, is
the character of tho organization to which
these denouncers of secret societies belong.
Shame, shamo on tho pretensions of these
hypocritical, priest-ridden ' demagoguos
thev should bo hissed out of society by all
honest men as unworthy the confidence o'
a free neoiile. and us politicians holding to
the principles set forth py Caldock the
live loaves and two fishes,
This, however, is only another of the
many evidences continually being made
public premonitory of tie final dissolution
of the Eagle's political organization. We
have had faith all along that these uoma
gognes would show thcitrue character in
duo season; and this opportune organiza
tion of the Sag Kichts oa the partot the
editors of the Eagle is likc'(driving the las1
nail in the coffin which contains the putrid
remains of thataggregato of infamy " 1 ho
Red Lodge clique of Fairfield county."
'.!' Unsaid over the Danubian Principalities,
, ' '" and the privileges of those provinces plac-
d under tno collective guarrani.ee oi uie
2. The free navigation of the mouths of
the Danube, secured according tolbeprin-
oinln Astjihlished bv the CoilLTCSS of Vi-
Ana . . ' ...
3. The revision of the treaty of 13th Ju-
I. 1842. "in the interest of the ballance
yi'f nnwprin Eu)M."
4. The abandonment by Russia of her
' laim to exercise an official proteotoTage
over the Christian subjects of tho Porte(to
whatever rite they migni oeiong.i in con
idflrntion of the nowers pivinff their mu
tiinl ASfiislnnfo in ohtain from the Sultan a
J confirmation and observance of the rclig-
4t6us privileges of all Ulmsiian communi
.... Captain Ryndars, at a recent Tam
many Hall meeting, announced his inten
tion of going to Virginia, about the first of
March, to aid in the election of Mr. Wisel
t&" Alfred Artis is to be hung at Sid
ney, O., on next Friday, for murdering
in the sclec
thy the patronage
intelligence. The five,
Edinburgh, North British,
Westminister Reviews, for so
have been furnished for ten
year. By a notice in tho number be
us, we see thatour entire setts, to one ad
dress, are "now sent for thirty dollars; be
ing only seven dollars and fifty cents to
each subscriber. This reduction should
considerably increase their subscription.
Now is a favoruble time to subscribe.
Address Leonard Scott & Co., New
a nr. r i 17 1 1 1 17 .T?iv .Tnlin Tien.
one of tho oldest Presbyterian Ministers in
the State, died at Cadiz on )tho 12th inst.
Mr. Rea was upwards of 80 years of age,
has bocn a minister of tho Gospel for CO
years, and was pastor of One Congrega
tion 45 years. .
'Tennessee. The Memphis Eagle and
Enquirer hoists the name of U1. AIereditu
P. Gentrt, ofthatState, as tho Republic
an Whig candidate for Governor.' By
general consultation it is found that the
Press is unanimously in his favor.
Tho Cincinnati Price Current puts tho
number of hogs killed tho past season and
nacked for commerce, at three .millions.
Lard estiraatod at 96,000.000 lbs. Some
20,000,000 lbs. are shipped frortr Cin
Mrs. E. Oakxs Smith in a letter to the
New York Mirror, confesses the author
ship of "The Newsboy, "one of th most
popularbooks of the season r 1,'
ArniESt of KtssANE. A dispatcli from
Buffalo yesterday, says that William Kis
sano tho forger, &c, was arrested on tho
15th Inst., at Williamsvillo, Erie county,
New-Yolk, ahd that . 86.G00 were found
unou his person. It will bo remembered
that last summer, on Ins way to JMew
York in the custody cf police officers, he
jumped from tho CBrs on tho Erie road,
when they Were in full motion, and escap
ed, and up to this tirao had not been
From Havana. Tho steamer Cahawba.
arrived at New-York from Havana on Sat
urday morning with dates from that city to
tho 1 1th. No nows of the filibusters, but
the government was on the look out for
ihera in nil directions, it is eviueni mat
dm nntlinrilios are in a cood condition to
receive them, nnd, if any descent is made,
it will no doubt, meet tnc late 01 us pre
Aec.pAKnra. A noted lawver iu- Havana",
named Citza, has been arrested, on suspi
cion ot being concerned wnn me muve
mont against the government.
Mr Benton has introduced into Congress
a bill to divide the publio lands equally
among tho States for railroad and school
purposes. We do not think it will become
a law. :
: It is stated as a curious fact that more
money is expondod annually in the United
States for cigars than is expended for all
the Common Schools in the Union.-
eign nnu .
reports the Aw
The good pcoptv
"calico party" for thi
a short time since. The
cash, 717; inclothiRg v
87; total, 82,117,87. One lady
100 as her donation.
A roung woman, named CHngah, com
mited suicide in Way no county on Sunday
by taking poison. Melancholy, brougkJ
on by hard study and reading, assigned as
At 8 o'clock.Tuesday inorning.thc ther
mometer stood nl 20 degrees below zero
at Buffalo. At Montreal, on Sunday, 20
below, at Quebco 32, and at Ogdcnsburgh
30. . .
Charles Clark iiasbeen sentenced by the
Lorain Probate Court, to 30 days impris
onment in tho jail, and to pay a fine of $50,
for violating the Liquor law.
A State Temperance Cenvention lias
boen called, to be held at Columbus on
Thursday, the 22d of February, to-day.
Tho Daily Mirror, Sandusky city, has
been suspended. Mr. Dimock hopes to
recommence its publication in tho spring.
The friends of the Maine Law and the
opponents of Slavery in Maine, will hold
a Suite Convention to nominate a Stato
ticket, on the 22d inst.
It has been rumored that Schamyl, the
Circassian chieftain, was dead, but it is
not true. He is yet in command, and re
cently made a foray upon the Russians at
who was rect
his wife, hung lu
The House, at Washingto
n rnsolnLion ordering lSJJ.UUU C
tlm nn -ricultund part of the report ol
Commissioner of Patents, to be printed
lor tno use 01 1110 memoors, anu i,uw
fiir flm ntn nf the Ciinmissionpr! also 20.-
000 copies of tho mcchanii al part of the
report, one nan lor me memoors nun out
half for the Commissioner.
The late frcshot in Massachusetts lias
done considerable damage to tho R-iil-roadsi
The Esi.x road has a breiu h 230
feet long and 20 feet deep. Tho Lowell
tnd Lawrence road will be impassable for
several days. Tho Boston and Maine
road is also badly injured in soveral places.
In the noted case of Far, the musical
director in New-York, against Bennett of
the Herald, wherein the formsr obtainod a
judgment of ten thousand dollars against
the latter for libel, the Supreme Court of
the State has granted a new trial, which
will soon take place.
man was found frozen todeath in
a corn-field not far from Bloomfield, Pick
iiwav enuntv. lust week. He had been in-
Lsane and wandered off from home and per-
ishecL aaaiaie. 7
I-2D COIltWt (U Cftli
nio olHctii if to dlalioav
...1111 ..t.ar-t.r Mil tlltt L bO.
lnin li.i.res!.tn In Ui3lrl of :
Tk nf iu tpital ttwk to
n. in ..h d.lillnnta the iruicth oflhrf
iilnormneiiltnolniouirur lha nledgu
.1... ni'it i...ll.in.
Tho nwatitir nnd rol benefltf of InmniiM re wen-j
exemiihlliil In lbs fcl thai uie co'pnny du imu n
loje durliir tho pjsl jrr,t it Vt eslern Brunch of
fice nlona. In Cinclnnttl. to th U f 24.5IS08,
mnt of which tins been paid comidornblj inalnco
of thollmlc)tllydne,iid II baa bad noaullor mira
tion. Uall or auy of thaao faott art InducemenH to the
eoutlmunce or luvalnahle patranave, orlM Incroaae,
they will And Iu airooUever ready to attend to the de
manda of boatneaaaa heretofore, with promntitude, at
farorabl. rate, aud lenn v a- .ec. to all pm.Jlta.
ISSES PK BERTHOLTS bare re
tnrtid tn l.aticaater.and will bo han-
ii iwppIv nni.llaforlntruction on the
K nnd OIIITAlt. at their reaidence at
Mr. UfttM't.Cilumiut Sfraa'.and hope their long- ex
perience in tiMK-hlne mnaie, afl the unrenilttlnr atten
tion puid to Hie Improremotit ot their Huplla wlllinture
a portion of public patronape.-
SlISS A. C. BE BEKTHOLT will reoelre data tor
Embroidery and Canramwnrk.
MISS M O. DB flEHTHOnt haa fopened in Ele
mentary SokoOllntheBaaetnon Plory of thet-piace-pal
Church. , k o-embof 1, 1844 S9
WAITED Immediately SOW Ih.
tbe ear, for which cash will be pm-
at lie lAucaater Depot of tlte 0. W. A K. KaiTT
Morrow, Ohio, Jan. 4, 1PSJ SSif -Vfilr.
JMnof freight AgaolwIU oeelt Md p
for the Corn. . '
v..k. a la ... a. a 1 ta rA .
JOTICE la hereby rlren that tbe aukMrlber be
1 l.-.-n apr-'nilf d toil qnalitod ae adminlatealor aa
the Etn W "f Jiunea A. Aifordjlnte ofFairgjld eouDtf,
Ohio. dwacd. n. A. r. miA ana tor.
January ia,lc twM . . .
For 8al mr Bent.
SEVERAL Snefaoia and houena and Iota reral
Laaeuter, Jan., 11 155 flw?fc