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- I L..r.. will. Mi V,ri'nr 4 1 Ml it nonfor l1i lull f... tl.A imnrni-dniunt .if llin river!
fyvVfii! ft tYf Cj I T" I'JtTf ftf : r certain rights siiQ. devoltcd certain hud harbors, which might have given tln.ni j
0 IKltWU 'V- ! dudes of ilm bate, but uavu no authority i 4 nd 5 hundred thousand dollars. I
- - , ' 'to Congress Ui L'"il:U ou thai subject. ! Tom Uoiwiit had said ihat llio question
Has. 3. f. Ch3S. Wo present to our
rolerto-dy aa outline of the speeoh of
the Hon. S. P. CnxstW. the Repalican
Mim Meeting oa Moudsyjast. -Every op
poont of the present corrupt Administra
tion will roaJ il with interest: .
HOtf. S. P. CHASE S'iFESCII.
Mr. Claw, fr a happy allu-ion to the
Had manner in which disappearance wax
welcomed, sail that in the South, where
tliero were won lerfu! d-.'v.d-.pmoti a of na
Congress lu L'"iI:Ue- ou thai suhiect. lom Cur win had said ihat tho tpies..ion
. ilr. W. had yielded against his owu con- of internal impiovemeni w-as no. t-o much
! victioua to the decision of the Supreme one of consiituiional power as of chemical
Court, but he believed be (Webster) was
right, b ill, ai it was there, lent stand, j
L:i 1737 slavery waa prohibited in thd
Nouh West Territory, which is now Ohio,
Indiana, Uliuois, Wisconsin and Michi
gan. This was designed ta render permanent
the ascendency of the free Suites, and to
guard Haiusl slavery propagandism. But,
nun wards, when .he flava power came to
fei 1 its stu-ngth it began to cast about for
Hie nieana of maintaining that power, and
theti waa silently civa ed a st-nliruent, that
whenever Aaiarieaii libertv should be in a
; Kf-IaUaua ot tie Iiie l tho Civil Power J rft a a palpable temporal aot. It ia the
-.Jailer of jlev. u. .i. urauu, I excreise ut llio highest tempoial power.
The Eastern papers contain n h-tier of j We have no idea that the mass of Catli
fl.U distinguished exponent of the lv.miaU olies in this eounity understand ibis sub
faith, addressed toll. J. Davis of War- jeet as il is here interpreted and explain
renlown. N. C, and dated Boston, Juim i od. To them prnencaMv tl.e I'ope is mere-
Mr. Davis had sent io him for his )y s.i,j Tlwr know iio.hin"
turd atll freaks, a-imednu's besides nitiiral pregnant rtuidi.ion and about to brinjf forili
Ho was however
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thing that made it constitutional. (pPl speaka by auiho.-iiy. we l. jvo .on.da lej to
reformat, horn,. The ttfSl!,.l,.,Urs in the will Ural n..:.ce a piece of ju.-i.m Amcriean people wo
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i m l ie vv is iiti'on un'o. ! ""
Falilnn; of t tie Stouo 'ornleo of t be new
Trust Couipauy UjnU Bull-iinj
SEVEN UES KILLED.
Yostarxlav afU rnoo'i, nb-..i hulf-pnt two i
The Srateotnkia. rail.i n-f ...
lh..k L' I ' '
Kv Jr.-1'jlrt Otitl. S
jMhM.HM t tho pomnuud oTaa orUr of sals
nuui mo tuuri or i.oruruon rio:ii of FuirUel'l
D v tut n i .....
tK ,...- ,.r it,, k..... .1..4 eii. .f . ....i, i wni uuer it mimic muia
w,..,.r I t n,,t fi,.-h wver ''' ! tiie rcl i.ions of tl.u L'op- to toe of tl.is ji:ei( lo-ie. nad anldimate reason- llrast Co:..:.' H i!r' li'itt.ltujf. uu tui e..r..r . 4-Tn ttog&'tfo,?:"''4' f.".
water, lut not Iiell wa el. I . .!..'. :.u ....... , . . ... . .. , . or :,uiu r.iir.i trj..u. r..n. t.iilnir ov ju .ucu.wliu , ,J . -'-'.-". '.i'-,'Jii iho hours of u o'-
mistaken. It whs Cl,.!'ivil power, inc teuer .s.,:. " f Wr5 ' ,11 , "'iionera HUetnpl b.uwbiumh. .iv..ni1ii iwiT.i. , . ' 'J 'K, rr;rVn.TV:,5,1rr1!'-
lo make improver,,..: i" Wack j ', '''v- "s 7.. Z?"l Xl " J..'. , , '"V"!' Pr- n5i.,.ri."'K aUSSiT.r; ZT'll 5- '.Tiw,hin k.. m"
nm in whi Ita'ei It W13 not 1 Jjenerai interest, nil I " ' i" ui uieir i.eau. .um i uc lea-iera. ! K..w;l Ct...ur..i. o..,.i.-.,ti.u; Julm T CuamlvM, Bal- ."" y, ul iiinn B.
not in wnue 3ta e.J. i. w.. uu..o . ... ... .. : : : c . .. -- - r , .... v.. ........ uiL.. r . ..... .. i : ii ,...a , lrluluforo .!.lsne.l tnhorbv matomn-1 hn,,,l.
I u .,f il, : lil-i i ;id 1 I V as e.li:or ui V..UMOIIU uii: . u;i-.-aues oi ii.a. m-i-ici una coweriui VA. ''" '''p ....,,. Aiinraisd al3i' nomrra.
ortler are COlvrolicJ il ' I ftovprneil tiy this I 71i iijihiH wrn rtuo. :t fn.m iha rutin nt (iioedilf
loreiLfii a i.-t.iiiep, In cor.imim wit . the 1 1? '? , V 1 "'' '"" ';" rV . .
at e oblige.) to Mr. ' rt'uil Uu in u 'J b.iau. rem.iin.'J iliori. ii"ittl.ir
Oiea, thero was onee n n'-ro nany imri.
with strange bumps upon i-s head, nn 1
will, cloven fuel nn I o her roons'.roii ies;
, perhaps, they li t 1 vxpeu'.e.) to' 6ome
Uiih wonder to d ly. for Ito had been railed
a woolly hea l an abolitionist, and evvi-y
lain ' thai was reuul ive. They could now
look al him and - if his personal sppi-ar-anc
gave any eonn vnauce to any of theje
, Ida atool before them tfca represtntative
rfi pi . form of principle foitced by a
.O invoudon as fair, as honest, as op -n an. I
Candidas any that ever nisemhlitd in Qhio.
and thtt Cotivehiioi. had, full 'oppununi'y
to krbw hi history an I hi: prim ipl'-s. '
li jt theM were not slan lera ngaitisl him an
muioh as .atfainat their oausv. , H t a;ij I.
" tner that day preri!vTy wliere Jeff' rsx
an 1 Malison and Waxhinj.ou atool inihe
. daya that tried men'a aouls, an i boore it
c haj lieeome a reproach nt Atoerioa to he a
lover of freedom. s
In regard to the CoiWii'U'im of tbe Uni
. ted S a'ea, it. no retipertrf'i;l,er by word
or ant. would liu trenvJi upon any ot u
ti rn r.f.l l.t lt4 irrAll. TTf.'i.'l tf Wiil.'ll
Oliio was ao d'm.inguisheil a mi mher, he
In I :i!way,"lt that if there was any one
tiling grvii an 1 manirii-eni above others,
and wlilidi promised gloiioua resulta, it
wn tho itotitinu nice of that Union. Il
fuit as he had Kai i in the Setu'e, that we
'war in the habit of looking al it as nt the
blua an li , of tho lliavens as ."omi'thitij;
that never eotil I ileeny or fall. ILi believ
ed no parricidd It and would ever b.' f.iuid
tu Otno, rai.-ed fv)r i.a di-stru.-tion. lie ile
aired tliat it alionl 1 coii inu'j forevi ver the
cuardian of one domesliu repose, anil thai
ir. n!io il I, with the powers dele-i'u d by the
Cj i'd u i j ), rein iin !o a e n) jili-l. the
grvnt purposes for whieh it was foitned
fciiould endure for tha p;'ipi tui'y and ad
vancomeu! of humiiu liber y.
These were Us general prineiples, bui
they desired at tl.i.s tinie fonittlitng more
particular, liu would give it.
.The Con vet. inn by whirl) he- was nom
inated had dei I ned i.s oipn;.itioii to the
ex'ansion of slavery. U ittired to pre
vent the a Iniiadoti of inn; j tl ive r-ls i-h mid
thus arrest the inere irr ot' ilei shve power.
0;i this qnnsiioii this was all he lm l loa-k.
Tno territory ou.i-hle ilia prehenl Slave
S'ate. was all he proposed to interfere
Wiihin State limits every Stnto ha.s tl.n
oi'dci in.; of its domes! in instiiudons aa it
miht :iee li. Wo had no control over the
people of Kentucky in ihbl rei-neot. If
they idiose to have slavery and ww.ihought
i. wioiii. we had a right to think so, and to
new a a rn, thai it hlumM have twins, one
of ihem should he n h!a k baby and the
o.her a whi.e baby, (Liuh'er.) or that a
free an I nlave sta.e .should bo a. Indited at
time,. S'rujjfles followed.
Louisiana had about 4J.O00 (.laves, and
was a Indited .wMilhein., A few slaves
were Si-attereil along up the river come at
St. Genevieve some at St. Louis; and on
t,hc.R!reiip; h of these Missouri claimed to
bis nilnntted aa a tdive S:a;e. . '
By the ronrtKtdon of some Northern
members, nrtin in .j:fiiineo'of tho wishes
.f Uiieir eotisii miti'.K, the was Hilmitiuil.
Bat iln-y ylei IrJ berause. they supposed
i:v Wete otaiuoz, . in the Unmpruniisu
line 3f),.dfjf 3 mil... . eomolhiivj; pitive
for fieeiloni if'ini-thinjV ro aneretl atitl so
pei hrineiH" that tt'rnust thenceforth stand
as a part "I I he C"tisii'u(ion.
lie tht n rea l from Niles' R'j;Nter, pub
lisle l in B d imore about rids period, pas
sages iriiiinj; to si nw that the Compromise
w .s r '. ir l.'.l us invpenl iblo and as per
maiii'iit Hf the Cons'iuitiorr itself.
A' length, we wan'e I n railroad lo lite
ctlir, and one step tow ir t obtaining it
was to oi '4111117.-' aii'J settle lite i-rn'oiy
through whieli it was to run. At that mo
ment a plot, was found aln-n ly hutched to
ive i' oi er 'o s'l iveiy . It wifs not then e
notih to l.iiv-' a whi e baby and a black
bahy, bu'. all the 'babies wre lo be black.
An I ibis bad been done on the wretched
pretence that slv cry would not be eainb
lished in that territory. xs tl-onb a
ni'ihboi' si. mih. let down the bars of your
corn li 'll. ntnl say in extenuation that he
knew his hoi's loved i orn, but ho didn't
think tl ey would go in. and if they til l
you roiil I keep iIiciii on' and this too. a
iine fence, wliirh he had bound himself ro
keep up an4 pi otoetyuu from depredation
from I is aide.
It had been supposed tl-.e people would
aeqnicaee in this ease aa they did in the
case ot U ah and New Mexico, and in cv
ny other, and he had perhaps dona them
wrniiif in the appeal that on tlni p irsago a(
the obni.-ka tu t they had sent forlb lo the
people. He l ad penned that appeal more
as a despairing iloin a hoping man, and In
was rejoiced to Irani that ne had no ifrotin 1
for thoMt jjlooniy iippreien-d,iis. It. was
evident then that the tdnve power had en
tered upon a pi'op:raii'disni, the, end of
which none could foresee, but to which it
was already evident: tie people of tl.U
North niiiu become the vassals.
Cannon had been planted on the north
of the Capitol to celebrate thu pawvjo of
the biil, and were bomining as" they went, sad
and few. lo their homea, on that eventful
iii'diL Bu', thank Ootil that cinnon in-
Nehra-ka rnrty bad come to tl ink.
the government could pillage whole States
fiom freedom, they niiht certainly pill
la'9 a little from t!i li 'a-ury.
A just an I eijti d basis of taxition was
also wanted tax upo'i w'-iat am in hi 1.
and not on what lie had not. A redaction
was al io necessary in taxoa. Uu Liww
several points in which it could very pro
perly be made,
B it Democrats said tl.at th(y co.tlJ n.il
art with the Whisjs. He called himself a
democrat. according to Iho J.'iTiTsonian
idea 'of demo.trarv-a democrat in the old
original sense of the word of popular g-
ve'nmcnt. U is colleiu-i in inn t!nto
called himself a whi.and yet iltey had vot
ed alike on almost every question, and now
they stood Uytthcr it) tha piny of the
ill truth there were btu two parties.
On f the party of the people, and tho odntr
of the alave-hot leirt, and their a Ivoca'es
and abettor. If now and limn a n. ia lelt
the party of the pnople i: ni itiere I n two
be'ier men woul 1 come lo till his place.
Acrcssions wcru eeminj' from every
quarter. How many votts would the ad
ministia ion get in t! old northwest?
tUat N.i'thwfst that wis D-'Mnnalii! till
D 'luoci iry auhmi'ted to Fiauklin Pierce.
fApnhiue.l The Uenerv.' was marshal-
uig its torcoa. Applauso j Old lvcs was
roming out. Applause. lyit and Ve?t,
North, SiMtt.ll. nn 1 Centre Ohio, would
stand tOTetbof, a mi;hty phalanx, domun J
itig freedom, rotrenjlimeiii and i'"lunii.
1U had been recen lv in the Eis'crn
Sta'es. lit) had found the people there
deeply, intenc ly intere-sted in Ohio. They
had tvvo iiHesiiotn toak. One was 'How
are your harvests and ttie other 'vill
Oliio reinain on tho side of freedom?"
Tho first qu. s ion was now answered.
Providence had smiled upon us. Our val
lies liuyhed in their rieli abundance, in
ler tho nun-light of Almighty (Jo I. We
had h-en blei-scd in our basket and in our
bUitr, and now shoul I we not, in grati'u le
for Ilis goodness, dndaio that blavery
ahould never be tX'elided?
aay so. A il) lO,i'.,a.rullli.lA iil.M'tf'sre. wUhd itndeil-ro -U4rn the - ireatn or rreedoni,
iVTti.'mwMi U.eir laws for the establish
raotHof State Banks or any other State
The platform on which lie stood, was
this, 'that tflavtry was local in its chanie
ter and depend ing on the muiiirip-d law of
the c mnuy where it was establishwd."
This was the l.ingnngo of Judge McL-an.
He was no admirer of tlie insiitudou be
had never known but fvw who were. Ile
held that outside thd Stale limits there was
ri.) power loestablish si ivery, Thai its es
tablishment there, was a wrong, especially
' Itj territory, free by our laws and by the
luws of the country fiom which il was ob
tained. - Hi than read fr im a book printed in
"17JJ, I'X iacts fi oil) t'ie sp-rohra of Mr.
Pui' knry -Ihe lawyer, ora or, senator nnd
mi),iv.a lor of his d ay Idivered in the
Legishl'-ure of M iryhin 1. Oae of ihese t x
tra'its (jiiuniuiaiing the evils of slavery mid
thd iniousHtency of fetaining it in Slary
1 in I, ( Ionhs with tho seiiteiice: "In the
D iiitj' of God, should we not attempt lo
wipe away ibis siigmaf " Ha rea l from
Jlr. Piii' ki) -y's speeolies, btcauso he g ive
Voee to the Kentinients of tho great men of
bis time, of Henry, of Jefferson, of Wash
in ''on. Another Of these extracts was:
"Wnciefoio should wn con lino censure to
O r aiieasti.01 they Si-nttored tho seed of
M i-very wa promote i a growth we en
large, invigorate nnd voutirm it." JoU'cr
sou had aid there was nothing so "dear to
hi heart as universal em inoip ition."
Th" were ihu setriments of tho people at
that limn the tilling period. Now see
the fiuit tli at his been drought fori h.
11 1 Ue-n alhided to Mr. Jetl'-rson's plan
fofex la hug rl ivery tVoin all ilo (ri iio
ries. i'. r. T-oti had been ihouht to
be t maa of some sense, nlibnugh on this
uj i t, the Drinoriary of our day differed
wit. i him; y i he beli.-ved it possihle, ihat
p t"ii y might afjr all piotiouiiro Mr.
Jjji ion, ns grenl it nimi, as Franklin
Pear. e or Stephen A Douglas.
T .i pi in ot Mr. Jed'urson, had a major
ity of two to one, of the States represented,
. iwn 1 thra to one of the' delegates present,
bat failed bocuuseii rould not comply
witli the eonsiiiui'ionul provision, wlncii
. required all the States to lie leprvsenled.
If an absent member fiom New J. rsey, had
becu pMseiii ot) thai day, the iubj,ut of
slavery would have been settled foiever.
Taretj years af.er when ! convenlhin met
to frame a Cousti udon, the Slave States
d l.i.'.n led some si curi'y, that l! ques
. lion of slavery within their own limits,
should be led lo themselves. They de
tn ill Jed this guarantee because they fell
that wi-hout il, Conres Would p iss a gen
. end not for the abolition of slavery, and
that Yiiginia mignt not be ready for eman-.
" citation, as soon ns Maryland and South
Carolina, not as soon as Virginia, there
fore il was left for ia;h Stale lo provide
for, rnianeipaiion, when tbe fit period
Bitghtcome, and under Ihi arrangement
. the kUve property of the South bei auie
nt'uW to tweniy-otte rt-presentniives in
0ngress pre. is y tht number to which
O'do was en itled.
U idfrr the compacts they obtained anoth
er ihiiig. T re p'ovi ltd not only for the
. re ogiii.iort ot' the rr cords of other States,
, an I ioi he arrest of fugitives from justice,
but iiiso.ha- of fugi ivs from latior.
lie did not beb-sve the Fuaiiive Slave
had woke up the slumbering froeincn of the
orlh. ( Applause.) . .
Danger to .he Union did not li in man
ly opposition lo slavery, but" in submission
to that calling yoke which would grow o
intolerable that il could not bo borne.
There was the danger. .
. While others were contending about fi
nance ami trade, he bad thought chiefly of
this question, nnd had regulated bis iioliu
eal conduct ny it. lie had never licit any
other views on the subject than those, lie
had here expressed", and if these made him
an Abolitionist, then were Madison and
Jefferson, Wythe and I'imkiiey, Henry
and Washingion Abolitionists, It tho re
proach of Abolitionism fell justly upon
ihese men. then might so humble nn nidi
vidual as himself bu well content to share
This question was so important that it
had shivered all parties. 1 he old parties
had tiled yielding tin I yielding, until they
h id yielded iheui.-elvcs out of existence,
and were uead, except so l.vr as JM'.'cutlve
paliotiae galvanized, and gavean appear
amir of life lo one of them. (Applause.)
ihe UonvcUtlon that nominated l ien e
stemmed it, though opposed by Ohio.
1 heir nominee had succeeded hernuso the
Sou h thought they could moro safely trust
r ranUlin 1 icfee tl. an t-.cn. beott, and be
was Qui e sure their cwiitiJuuco had nol
A if hy niHgir then g-rew up the Amcr
lean 1 ai'iy. It arrayed pm It in the lice
Stairs on ihe side of frredom in the
South it i onhl do nothing but array itself
for xlaveiy Unt the cotuh liad not lound
her northern bielhren quite as yielding in
the Convention at rhitadelphia as they had
found them nt Bal iinoic. The nor hcrn
men di 1 not here say to them, " Am I nol
thine nss, ui on which thou bust ridden
Veil unto this day Wits 1 t-vi r wont lo
lo M idito thee?". .N'y; bui thiry exhibit
rd what Mas sadly wanting in the Noilh
that was, back-bone, Ihey came homo
and re-crorted their plat f.u m al Columbus,
and that they now stood upon and would
tMu loneli er, aiuted as brethren. No
matter by what name, they were called
they would tight out ibis issu., atid at
range their lit, ! ditlMrencea nf ci wards.
Like the two kiiiglits who went about
to engage in a nionil rumhnt heard the cry
filisiress,haiiig gone lo the rescue, found
li impossible id ei wards to rcllrw Ihcir
teu I. to this Union upon n common ob-
jert lur good, would eiat-e out ol their
hearts all ilisposhiou for colitentloii.
lb then read from tbe platform adopted
at Columbus, the portions rela dim to ro-
form in the State aud Natioual Govern
Ten millions had been paid for tho Mes
sill. Valley merely .lor a mute for
SiUthern lailioad, and to mmniaiu Simla
Anna in his despo ic rule. Of ihat sum
Ohio, outri'iuted one million. President
Pierce had sent a minister lo Mexico to
negotiate that treaty. lie t.hen spoke of
the srrrri session of the Senate to consider
and iij prove it, he hoped what transpiied
there would some day be made known. In
thai teiet body there Went Know-Noth
itigs too. (Laughter ) . Not KnoW-Nolll-ins
by ihetr voluntary act, lut by decree
of Dixiue Providence.
Al the same time that they were thus
The Richmond H7y says: "Wo are
gr.'iiilied to hear that very lew people fi jin
tht) Sou.h have gone North this season on
pleasure, and we could wish tha, none
would goon but-iiicj.a. It is high tir.ij wo
had called a halt. We tire treated worse
ai the Nonh lhan if wo were foreign ene
mies. Besides insults and fjsti-tiiatio ot
g niixiLiotis iignimi oar iiiatituiions, a
Southern gmi letnali ciiniiol take his body
seivutii wuii him, wtihoat being moblwd
and plundered. We arc Utld.-r 11, tieres
td.y of t-u'ijeotiug Oltl'.'cU'uS U Stlell ite.lt
uv-n!. V'e have cea luihih ' tittd nioun-
liiius, mid heiddi-giving fountains in .iliun-
lance on this moo ol the I o.oinae-. Lot u
ill with one accord deleimiiiu lo stay ai.
home, and spend what money we bavs to
pare among our own people.
This is the string uuw to l'a pulled by tin;
South, to opeia.o upon the dough-fares of
the fieO Stales. lto must p:.ss laws nu
ihoiizing there Southern tirnthiuan lo
hiing their "slaves lo our States, and hold
hem here, whilo they see tit to tcni iin on
pleasure or business, or in delimit thereof,
they wiil not come .Norm to ppim l tonr
summers or lo trad:1. Ia tho first place,
evoiy seii.-ihli! man knows that they will do
mulling ot the Util. I. iticy know thai wt
have mado no new laws o.l ihii i-.u'deel.
and ihat we pi ojuue to make none. Tmy
nver had iho rignt io in-ing incir slaves
into the free Sines mid retain them as!
slaves, aud they very well understand that!
they never will hiivu it. Ihey will still ,
visit iho co,, 1, hoal by-giving and delight
ful resorts of l ho North. Saratoga nriy
not he crowded as heuloforo, but Niagara
will always he preeminently attractive. A
trip up the great chain of L ikes fttfords iho
most deligh (ui of slimmer recreations.
Mackinaw will ever be a gem, and in;w
points ofgreat beauty and aitrnriivrnesa
will spring up, and become noted on the
now uccossiiilc shore of Lake Superior.
It is nonsense to suppose the people of the
hoi sultty South will drpiive themselves
of all these luxuries because ihey cannot
bring their slaves with them.
In the second place, the South will con
tinue lo t ome to ih North lo trade, jusi so
long as eoous emi lie produced atid pur
presume to publish this letter in full, bu;
gives the following quotation omy.
"In matters purely temporal, I, aa a
Catholic, owe no obedience to the Pope,
b 'cause be has receive, 1 from Jesus
Christ no audioi jty as a temporal sovereign
over me. lie cannot make or unmake- 'he
rights of the sovereign or the du'.ioa of the
subject abrogate the former or absolee
from the hit'. i."
Oar readers will see bow far the writer
itVended to apply the term "purely tern-
p .ral, beton we close, it is evident
enough that the Union has attempted ade
Mr. B own-ou ib-finea his meaning in
the following trims:
"All agree that the State is supreme nnd
independent in its own order that is to
say it) tho temporal order. But what I
m-'iin is. tha' tie', temporal order h not su
premt'ant in lptmL'ut, but, in the vsrynti
...... ..s i;.,r a ..' . ,,',.,'.,,,
; tuo en I of man-t:ii en j for irhun
Go:l ni't le Aim, -direst and govervt nun
hit rrorUcmclics in the spiritual, not hi
lit) tcmporul. Every-man who believes
any religion at-all, whether Cn'.holnt or
iion-Cail'olic, dors, and must admit (his;
for it is only saying that we must ohey
Go I rather than man, and live for tho Cre
ator rather than the creature. This pro
mise 1, I think I cm state to yon, in a few
words, the doctrine I do really hold.
Inasmuch as tho temporal order is ?ub
ordinvel to the spiritual,' it follows that
the Sa'e h? under tha laws of justice, con
sequently the prince holds his power as a
trust, nil as an independent right, and
theiefore forfeits them when he abuses
them, nnd loses his right to reign."
T',te application of this principle to Gov
ernments, is ihus explained by Mr. Biown
Bat hem is a difil ul:y. Th C'lureh,
following the Holy Scriptures, mak-s civ
il allegiance a religinu) du y. anJ says
with St. Paul, R'iman) viii, 1 2: "Lo:
every (Will be subject to tho higher powers;
for there is no powtr but from God.
Therefore, lv. thai reM'itmh the power ro
xintoih the ordinance, ol (j rl.an l they thai
resiat ptirr.h'ifrt damn-.'.ioa to themclvr.s."
II re von nee I am forbidden by ll-.e law
of God to resist ihe power, a id comniand-
n f ... il.tj a,.Ucl .' ..: , ; or Iouikj,Iio bill rel:,lve ul woik ia Urn liiUili'U
... .,. O..H .U.VIO. 1 niljl.l iSlr M,rS ,1 .,.1 , .r, v.UU- :, 1 I ill,
We treat it as given I y autiioriiy, and as
mrli corar.vnd it lo'il-a atteiuiou of the
f.icu Is ci'our Republican Institu intis.
Gov. RitutiEii'a At.LicEi KvssAa Sieo
CL.MI0N3. We have received a copy of
Gov. P.etsh I'a letter, addressed to Secreta
ry M an j, in rel.i:i.i lo the purchase of
lands in Xuisas by rhuself and other offi
cials. As the i'.-e; t den', however, has
disapprove 1 of ai? p't -cha w, and removod
tho Governor fiom oilier, the letter ha? lost
much of i.a ititi -r-jst. We quote, thorcfoie,
the fo'Lvt ing only:
In ivl-uioi) to the ti.st charge of purchase
of hah'-bi ted Eansas latnls, i have to say
that I have purchased no such Linda at nil.
Willi oihcr.-j, tt. I.nvo agreed to ptirch is
tl cm in caso.iha cotiti r.vpla id purchase
shall !urilvn the .",a!ic.u-:i n l approh-ttioo
ifi),u Fiesi and tl is, in mv opinion,
is a m::'c!t:;l .tiJ Mil r tati':.'. i!i.,--ii noe.
Uti'-tl tie Pic-ideiT, hv his aptnobation,
t!..l ll-.e vemleis by ll.i txivuiion of iheir
deed", r n -ummatu tlie c -in'ract, it pro
flu ies uu from any d iti rci-t in the Und.anJ
even the piiv-li g, of i::t: ilng upoti or poa-ser-sing
it-. Veil, Iris a:i-d vend-ea un'il
ln( n ptcso: vc nli their i lynis unchanged
and nn lice, ed, and ii it c l ic-i ient chali
not aM ni to the co'itr-i'-ls, it will be ihe
iiiir.o as l Polish lit: i.'i.l neivr I ecu made.
If there is any wrong in li e mailer, P is
not a wrong c-unmiticl, hat, at. most only a
wrong .ittcivtp'ed, .-us I in the fire oi'ail im
probability a wrung v. l i- h we ' Xpcctetl to
l-e -aticiince.l l-y the Prcsi b n !
G -v. Reeder goes on to say that similar
.oniric'.;- had bren ,-ippioved for years bv
inn rresi li ni. and ai-gui-a in iq-p ispio. to
tr.o opinion ol tl.e l-onimisMoni-r ot indiai
Ail'rtits, who con'ended il.ai the vcndois
had no right to sell. The whole transae
tion he r-avs w is fair atid hor.o-ahle as l c
supposed. Ia collelil
ai lie sho.lhi ho infol 1)1
d.ind IkiiIijs. hfle.l, Willi an uxnrif.!i-'ii of hitjui,. r'
ony. tli, pKrs th'it le-.d Uean hu-nly tlimwn r
liiom.rruiu lit j f.io uf Ural onj unit Ih 'u uuntli-r.
On tii.it vorjr u.t, cevroil h il.ly witli ii.e.viV'S"i
til thj wi.nj .11. iiiiidr lay li it a ili.irt lt:n.. .I;u-J tli,; ti,iil
loif tiiom wh.j war. kill il l Ilia .lrSu; v.iij of Ills
l-i. ,-in jni frniii ilia situi if in n-iMi arj.
C'uriiiior Moiizi-i, Imiuoiliut-.-lv nnliit nrrt.i.1. bad
IhJ d.mil nsinsviMl In Cliiijj' bullililiz, aiel fnim tliori)
nit .L-ra iijii--ril in ihilr rriemls. Tl.;ynoro .i
hanilily aiuiicl.til Hut It U ImpoullU to diMcrlbo
full) inolr hijurh'a.
.cirs Caiiidiou, Cnrtla uuj W'aliloa voro tttttnir
onastone, or piocj nf limtitr, nnttu i.-l-w:inc, &
iij:ii;ad In c-Mitjr. aloii, M the tiini of Ilia ai-iidjut.
Tba oliior Ihraa tinp.,ncd ni.-t Joiitly tu bo jiawiu;.
Gazette Onics, Ai'.jr. o. 1355. Our
quotation this morning are as follows:
Wheat 1,10; Flour, 37,CC per barrel;
Corn, 50; Rye, 6'J; Oats, 30 cis; Clover
seed 5,50; Timothy seed, 32aS.OO; Pota
toes, 25 cen's. flax seed. 90c!; 'Butter,-
12 1 1 5.; Egg?, 6i3 nts,Salt.2;37
Beans.- 1.5');' 'Soaps, 5Ge: .Coffee,
12fil5c;' Toa, 5C!tJ5lOO;Molasses,40a45;
Sugar, 8a0o. Whito Fish, 13 dollars per
barrelrPi.-kerol 10,00 to 12.00;Rire 8'Va3.
Vinegar, l!?i25 cents; Tobacco. 25a3 jets;
Hay. 6.0r.3,00. Tallow 10$ per bid.
Wbisty, 33:. Virool 2033o.
Now Vorls M ivkct.
New Yobs, Aug. G. Cotton, firm, .villi
upward tendency; sales 100(1 bales N. 0.
Middling at 11J; Upland Middling l'Jf
Hour, Di m; sales 7.5, )0 iilds atrait biate
Southern!! unchanged, with sales of 9J0
hbls. Wheat, a trille hiirlirr, with sales of
19.000 bus Southern Whi o at 2,00; Red
1.85. Corn, a trill i lower, with sales ol
45.000 bush atftrfor Mixed. Poik. low
er, witli sales ol SJo'J ntils fdess at lH.Oi
Beef, linn, with sales of 1 5 J bhls. Lard
dull, with sa!'s- of 275 kegs. Whiskey
dull, with littles of 275 hbls Ohio. Groce
Thrills One tliiril In IihiuI. snS tli-t k,i.H.. .
- . v.i.iiiu j, nun
aud two xtsri, Willi liit-m-ai from I lie dny of ai,in.
-j , Wli.LI.-iM I'OTTIilt. t-horltT.
r. t ByC. U.I,. WISKMAN, Deputy.
HuTi AD.CQiiim, Att'yj. Jul 10 Swllpi3
1 KheiirT's Sale.
Tt Smtt afohh, FairfitSd Csirntt, it.
XjrHfniiKTlo tlio roimnscd of nn onlcr for .tin
fron-.Uiir..iiri.,l C.mini.ii )'., ,,f la t.oumy
line tomuilirjctiii . 1 Kill ..Hr. .,,,1,11.. ...i . h i
Conn IIiii:., In Luncni.lr,on SaUnnttftiilk day f
but,v-'i-n Hi" hour uf 10 oVIork A. s,
M. til a lullowil r dinrrlb.-ri Kl .-
Cit, on pern ot damn ai ni to o 'ey. Mere
is my rou-i'ieniT) botrid to o'l-.dieiicn. and
my con irieiicn n a Catholic cm be releas
ed only by a declaration of my Church, ns
tho divinely ajipoin e 1 dirrcor of run-ei-jn-,
that the prinro of tyranny and op-tires-ion
has fotfiik'-l ri falliv. fiom
sion, I o lii.man
d -f tho iTiienlar a-t to ',vl,
is talien, iiti-.l t!ie p ii-tice,! :
it is o:i--i 1 ':.! I'liipahlc, and
r-'g'ii i '--n is vim i .e i. wi,:s
rcgnla io.i is. li -di. S'-.n.
,:h i'S"i-) urn
i c! in wl.ii h
if iinv l:iv.r or
. tl.til or
.f-i an iv.-.l
' " I-'"-
U' c to atiti ninco the
C ilif irtiii of our f-How
hh dignity, and cea-t I to reign. What 1
claim for t!. Pope, ns tlei vis'ibb: hen 1 of
thu Cl'.uivh, ii th-j power to release my
eonseiunco from ihis religiom bond, and
li pl.ico mo at liberty to resist the prince
beco.ce a tyraut. This is all I understand
by ths dipoing power.
The power its.-lf, evcryboly not M ty
rant or a fil-ive asserts, Tl e American
Congress of 1773 asserted it, nn 1 deposed
George III. Tim only iliii'erciicc is, some
give it lo the people, .some lo the iudivi I
uil; and I cl urn i'. for I lie Church, and the
l'opn ai the head of the Church.
I The Popa d in n il i-i tl is exercise a civ
il power or j n is lie ion, and it is rahed
his temporal jtinT;r only because it, is a
power cxcrtd-a-il over temporal sovereign,
or in relation to the ohliga'i'iti of the sub
ject to obey the prince. But even here the
t'.'po docs not relieve from ; allegiance,
for tint thi piiu-e had in f. i ed hy his ly-
r.niMV. Hi release:-, the sir-jeid only from :
the spiritil d or ii ii,'ii);ii obligation, super
added by Chi isiiaui v to iho civil, and thia I
only in rase of the C i holii consciriini'.
The Pope is ihe proper auth.ori y lo de
cide for me whether the Consiitu ion of
this country is or is nol repugnant to iho
laws of O ld."
By contras iiig this last Rcntenco with
the one quoted hy the Union, it is nt once
evident that a f aul was attempted by that
And here wc have an authoriiative ex
position of Roman Jesuitism in its appli
cation to ihe governineiiial affairs of this
coun'rv. It is said i i one, sentence, that
towr.invit) t-A'trttL ti;i:t, nfer ati najcut:o
of more t'l in ihat) thrv! years. lie rsacli
ed hi Icitiie i i i!,i -, i i'v i ;i, wck' in f no
health, and has been received by his nil
merotls fit.T. Is in the irmU fl :.hi ing man
tier. VTc ir.i l-.rs'a:i I I c is oi.ly on a trans
cent vis.it. to l;i f.in:ih
FrnfAe.Vii Tork Trib,tns.
tsnv Yonx, Aug. 1.
JIECLIPT1 OV THE WEEK.
CL'naSNT PRICKS TUU WEIiU. IiliEVKS.
Tbes-i are sol I by tho head at a prin
(Kinal to tho value per noun I of thecsiiina
tod weight of beef in the qusrlera. . The
hide and tallotV or 'llith-nuarier is not
c-juiite 1 in lliis liiaiket. It is in Bus-
Thf Price To Uat ) lb will average
Pirst quality lOjal tc.
bxtra goo 1 Uatiio 1 1 J.;.
r.ml 4 o'rluck V
tiro. i.,.,vlt: Lot Xo. 5. of tlio Hit, Squaro of ILa tonn
of B..ltlni,in, F:ilrllj di-onutv. ol.l
. J.'of Vw "i'V .nroP-I'ty of Jms W. Pant, l tha
u.t or J. W. Miilnlt ami others.
ls.riuofil-j Ciiih. W.M. POTTER, Rlicrlrf.
t . ., 1'5-ffI.L. WISEMAff, Doiiuty.
Lmo.ntjr. July in, liiii-swlliirja
Vis S'it nf m.- a-,..--m.j t. ...
ajun. VAbT t,i Uu eoniumiui of tat-conl orilSr of
.,a 'i0'"' V"3 Co"rt of '" moil Plons in anil fr
aula coiiiitv..-.iiil ,,,, . e:.........i , in .r . . . ..
- . b,,ol!rt'10:l""l'inc:i,ter.onSaliirila5 ihuMil,
diiyof Aiiffun A. b. Jf-AI. botneen Iho hours or 10 o"
h M; "nJ "Vlwk p- M rotlowln duscrl-
m nrtw .-' .' J"r r " half of tho oullioa.t
m'V' ? S' 'onJilp No. 1.1. of Hunpo
Ohi,, .1 e . , ? ,n.lho ""'ii't.vorFalrflold and .Statu or
MIS oaatl. tVH. FOTTKH. KKmpIh
Martin 4 Sf blokhiLuayV. W"0,,,an'
Jul) 19, 1S5J. Swll prfOB3,0o
Court ofronimoi) Picas,. F urfieia countr'
'? ir, l
t i V- , i Dlrorco.
Jncnli E Ovtsr. J
II Plalnlliniai IIU-d a potitlm, the Court of fom-.
ni,.n Plu, i-ravlns for a divoroo on account of tl, .
wilful aliw., or wi.1 Defjiidant lor mo.-o titan llirji
y.'nr.. S:uil paltlon will eomooii to ba hoard at Ui J
SIARV A. OYLKR.
Bv ALFKKD WILLIAMS, uor Attornov.
JY vlrtuo of nn onlcrof alo to mo illrerloil from
Ji Ui Court of l'roiwto iu ui:d for llio Countv of
bailtiv'lil ilhd Mi lJ nl'o'.io I will ,. ii ...... .., .
lie veinlil,'. on Sa!ur,!a-i,tlie 81 A day of September, lfM
bi'lwctn thd liourj of lu o'clock A. M. uml 4 o'clno k
'Vi . ot sji'1 ,,"' " "lu l,roinli", Ihe- ono nmli-
i . 1 1 "r" ol 11,0 lollowiiiK dcBirilir.l
Keul Ejlaii. that li M ay -ljlnf uml bcliiR In tho
I'oio.tv of t.iirll.dd nfureaiild, ln;iniiins nt Hid S.iullt
I'liiiiniur) of a'itioo tweiitj-alx (Jii). township twolvu
(l-'l, rimso twct.ty (-.1.) iu iho i-jntte of Ilia Zunenillo
and Mi i ivllle Turnpllio Koatl; lliereo North 21; de
ereas Knt4 8!) chunn to a post near tlio Kast aiilv of
-" r"-l)i Uii-iicii Weal 11 OS chains lo iho Suction
loi"-. til 'IH.0 Xorlii on tha Section lino PI (3 iliuliis In
lh. Soutliwut -orni.r of J. S. IJ.inilltn'a lot; thenct
h; t 0 ildi:iiiis t,i a j.ost noarllio West aid or ::!t
firiipik'- ro.;,!; t.'tom-o North 3 Oti chnina to a point in
Uu i-ciarr- ofniilil Kead: Ihoct-B linsl 19 m i-huih lo .-.
"ei:.n in Hits tino of Jiimes Nnrlh'a Imut; llion. o Kouih
tl uSchiiH lo a stun,.'; tti-nco Knst 11 f7 (liniolo a
I'.om,; iluuci! .South li 5i chains to n atone; thciucWoit
11 n? Llii.iuj to a alone; Ihuuiv Soulli 15 55 chain, to il
stouo iu lies section line; lii-mWo't 1-J it) chain, to Ih
'.n of ri .run, lie, roulKiniuB fortv-nlna (4Q) gret
e'or or leai. Tbn ul ovo lands wttl'be sold l.r mo i
eu n-uaniiail Ol Uviirto VV. Monro ami
ediuin 0 .',) 10c
giin on ihe G:st of 0
! -t ., '
, and will leavn a--obei
ip-xt fur Sin
is b -rn and is now
n a ;.i:'--r Mia proii utile inisiness.
Wo rheerfiilly a Id thai vj wis!) hirn every
sueross, f r ho ib'sei ve i it.
"Cir.-ciNSATt Ti Oar renders wiil
see bv a rrsohrion of our Hi-puhliran Meet
leg on Monday l is', ih-tt tho "t'iliciiiiiri'i
Timra" is deiritiueed i?i iinnieasui ed terms,
Aa J i;irn i!is-, evei v editor has the li 'lit
to .;i:-.-no what eoui se he pleases and like
every man in privii" ,iirsui:?, may take
tvliiit ri'tuso .suits Ids own opinion. The
Timrs In- ihe lilit to say and a -tiw may
i please them an I no inn: in has or holds
tllia right to c-indetmi it it) itnm?n.iunt
terms, flic I. the! resnltitoiis we most ho tr
Kenlucliy uu 'feirsjeiiiro ttlcrttoKs.
Attrttuc wM t:h:usi ttVT.
Ily priv.-t'e di ipsich wo learn the entire
American ticket lor Congress in Kentucky
with but one exception are probably e lected-
In Tcnni'vue Gestrt fu:- Govcr.nr is c
lecteil by a very handsome majority.
Poorest 3. V-i9-
S ilus genera!! v from P(3
K wr?:;: Wes.rn Uo-.;.
liist ti'iaiHy, d oe. livi
I s I ' ..!!..
st.tr, uo. o-'. i,vo weiai;
weight; New-York St.-'.'r
Wright, Oi;3;5-:., Bio
State, small siit'i, jiiir.ie fol
ia , a ti iile hiiher.
j, i i?e.
still-fed, ilea I
n. :;: i.a jt
.'.xc.tsi-Ri: i.t-iir.i:. y.i, y,
It.n' tMI'MUXf, Ho.
Potiiiiar) v.-, ls,ii. li. .sTrtli-i.'-lAX, KoiorU-
JO!! ?i ff. V o n H
V.-ilDt.it ...VIE ASt) Hitr.'.IL UliAIEt! IS
tli.. I street, l.:m-V tif, Ol.to, '
A I,V..'.V.S po.-t'ii, -iil:liI to n-o,-k fur III) nloi'ilo
'A ;t' ,'''' 0 pro, ot. i. :, t :.ll l.iuns lo ivIeiliH'tl,' inei
r -t..it to .il I r.i i :,ny -en ,!l l)l!...t pri--1!. 0 ut.-r liein
Iti -y i ,i n ,1 ) .ii ('i::(-:;in:Ci, :ill,l r.'t nl i.',i'il. e '. -J:i Ji T
I'ci'u ai. ) boa in i-'iir:-i,l Cteiiity. It ,.oiv.n er-.-i.ls
il'iit, .il:, I I. it i 111 nn .ill, I i :tl pr:c M ttl',,1 w, Ml 1:1 :i.-loui-li
llio ti-'lc leirlti. li yii don't bjl;.vj what 1 u,.iu
said Call -lll-l v.
V. S. 1 li.n-.i .il of niv Shop .vrilh of Hi j Mur-
Icr.t llo'i'i 1 n .1 )!i: n. JACiiS , ll ivorlliy young
in. in, I Impj iha palitlc. will jiiv,) Iii ,i a n-.Mi -r i ta :ip-1,3,-t.
A'lust P, lSjj 3 .ill
f 'llthllri i-i,
h lie ari) niiiioi-s.iiii,! each i-ntiil.-il t,. ,- i
uu-liviilcl ninth pnrti.fai.id Inula.
Te.-K3of Wc Oi c-llilrdoiiih In I'rr.d.ono tMii! In
oi,u;c.ti -ii.il Iho ri.si,iuj In two yours, nilb Intern.-1
fi o.u 111 ihy of lialu.si'cur-iti h tiiortlcK on lite pr-ni-ii
-s. lii.i-li oua ui:divid.i.l t,il,-il aiieruin-d i.t 1 21S
(.'AsPKII T. IIITLhll.
cinl.iinot Catherine ai d Gio;tv W. M. o.o. u !ncr:.
us iroMii A ,sn i iv. Auorn.-j j lor Petitioner.
virtiw of an rtr.lerof salt, to mi dlra-tod, I.ii-tI
SJ i-yili., t'nio.-.t.-l.'oa.t of i.tl ;)...I coji.lv. 1 viill
i a iitj'ulilic v,m-Iu.i, on tan prjinU.'n.'ou 8u(,ir..'
'.t-3j.AJ,j lt-..i, li,-tta-i Iho ho if, of lo,
A. ,vt. .-ii,, I 4 o'tleil: P. i!.ors:.iit d.o , tlm folio ivn i--Ii'.iciiI.m!
h,-;.l l-ttiit-'.to-uit: lli-ii -rdiio-iotirih orti...
t'v-i undivet-'il llllti purl? ol the i-o:;:!iwt.-.t li,i,:rl -r of
S-,i '.-..n uunitKV lvei ty four. (-.M) 'lowi-sii-p iiuni'ii-r
tv.otv .-!,). K.n jr.- nuiiihi-rtwvi If (vu.) o.u'i'il thirl '
Mire i tX,) .tcrus soil o.lorum V..i..:d nt sunl l;iiu'r-li-rS.-i.liop,
Alio ll'.viliij. fourth of III- Uo liieli i-'iilcd
linli I if Hid roll-mii ir il-scribcil tr.t t or pan-el of
Intl.'. In-li-p Ko-tr (I; ) :.c,Bof Uu) South -Mt Unnrloi'
of sni-l .s.'itlon, (ji.rt.n.!:irl- iUi.i-r,o-.l ns follows:
c.jiiii-vi,ii,l' nt tlei l,ouihvAt roiimr ol si.t.l .iiialt-
V..n-t Ce'ti.-niS Ihi-lii'i. Kat 14 2Tchall: to a
' o -; lhn No.-lb 3 '.4 ciiaina to n atone; ihot.i a
V.i.t lUchaina to nsi-o,.-; theuro Sorlb Itf 44 t-lir.in
l-.i a itono on tin- half section line' iln-nru W .t
tl 7-s, lia-iiitoth. i'orUiot corner of unid QunrlKr
S -oti ii.; lli.'iu-.. Plinth 41, 37 chains In Iho nlaco of no
k-innii f. Si.ld lands all In I'uiilleld com, Ij. Ohio, i,.l
to f'lc.iii-n -li loi'i,.iip.
7rn:j o'-.s-io Ono-ihird iiih In h in, ami tin ro.si
,l ui in two i'i t: .nnu:.! payinehta wUU il l-'ri'sta -cllr-e
l hy in irtif.ii.-i-. l-'lrsl t ni l upprai.l.-d al S3 3. ,'i-ioi.il
Intel npprattod at $l:.-0.
II t:IltKTT A M.IXTYHli.
C i.iiill ,n i.rji.hn Mcli.lyro, Minoi'.
.t;s-t:-omb & se.iv. Atturnoj,,
July srs, uits i;i-ff-i,ju
i'l'ob tlo Notice,
svjOTIl'ii Ishorshy slv,':i to nil pulsions Inlcrostcd
-1 that :'i ;:ci on, U and vouclurrs ol'thj .stnli-a of
i:i. ti.:nl l--ri-....ir,i. Hf,l.,-rt V.iui.e -,n,l William Vun,
liu vo h,.cn lit..-, I tnt!n Probate I'ourt of Fnlifljld oiiti
ly.Olii i. r.ir in.p -ction and s Jllleincnl, and Unit Iho
Mime "III he for lu'iirii-e on th-jo.tli d.n of Atifruat A .
L'. 1,-55, or iia a. ion th.iroi.flvr ns inny Ini eonvi-iiloi I.
VIIIUII, K. SHAW, Probate Judge.
I.inoaa 'r, Aiizu,) -2, IMS tin l.l
The new met.
bu en uiki tinslii
1 aluminum is now said lo
ned conouesl of scieiiee.
r . .... , ,-
ehasrd here cWf, ihan ihey an be at,"' "'V'"'1""' V w "rpugiiiint to tno law ot
the youth. The laws of trade ilisiega, d f ihey w at otu e. and by this aot (i
and set at th lianre all knell pit t-nees and ,1,t tt 1 ,,f ,,f'"' J 'iirel,, rchand from oil
n,,.i,.,ll. es. 'I'lw, niel.-hnills wil l.iiv when. f-"''"- l l wwv, ie owir, Aim jet.
ihey ran buy clu-niiest, mid wheio the
tho followers of lha . fahh in iho United and may be proiluccd in any quantity for
b ates o
Pope, lu the next MciitencM it is coiife.s
ked that, if the Fojio tells Ihem ihat ft law
owe no tcmnoral ohedienco to lite i -5,J a ponti I. inrtiu-r mipi o enn nis are
rxperteit in reiliii f ns cos; io iJ rents,
wiuii i' will na:ui-.l'y replace iron in many
hoii.-ehtd I and f iiuihar utrnsils. Tliisilis
ooveiy is or." of ihe iiiiivo scientific a
chicVi'lileiils of the ila v.
I these, Jesuits persist i'i declaring that Ihu
y0 1 Pope has no control over tho teliipornl
iri-..i.liist 11 ill . 1 1 1 ti t. ii I . - i iTArint I is full lid
of the North shall coniiuuo lo Use the bu- ! 1y1;,lrs ol lh lv.'P;,l,,l'' ' U a """ '
Hiirand .icoand loU-oof the Soi.,h. 0 : ,l"'!'"" I' ant. Atnencan. anti-R-
a t .1 1-a I tUlKlll'nlt flllil Millet lltl I'l-nllllltl.titi Lllfnt'li
IO'il!ll' InlO J out, ..H .1 Wil IlK'nulWai l.l i'J. ""' " ' a v. , - -
llliit t.1 lion Mi-tnuui, it v ta-a -.' w -nv , I 1 " lii'll flM i
publican came. .Sensible men of that re-j-l". bfconie a irood, honest an.
..ion see that this is a two-hHiideil giwiie,,fc .. - " , . ,
ihat Ihcv areas much ilcnendcu noon the ! ti,,u lms l'"vn charged, ihat they hold a It
Ii is Mll'iOUIl
lishoi- will pub!
Life a:;,d Times of G
d thai a Xw York
h by Mil.si-i ipiimi
bo is--v.ed in otic large vn!ur,i"
ires, ii a i for ni in sub-, and r.i
non-slnvrholding woi Id, as oulfidcrs are
lint, supposo this thraat eoul l be curri
ed nut tjiippose Souihurn gentlemen re
fused to com.) North lo visit our springs or
places of summer resort. Supposa they
would nol comn to us lo buy our poods,
&o. Where ia thu Noiiheiu man with a
soul so mercenary, so mean, ami grovel
ing, that he would, for a moment assent
to bis well sullied principles aa well ns
his wares? Who among us is prepared to
stand up Hn-I say he is in favor of permit
ting the existem-o of Slavery in Ohio, that
by so doing we might propitiate iheso ar-
riu'ilu boutliein enivo pronav'anoists
gianco to ihe Tope ns superior to any alle
giance they owe to iho government of ibis
c.ouiiuy. In their opinion tbe rope, is in
once of Gen. Ci-n
d im ler t
'The It will
f COO pa-
Fre lrii-kan I Carstuncn.nnd several oth
er G -rnnns, were arrested yesterday on
the charge of having violated thunautrality
toluru!:is ua.l tliM''-n V.iDejr Stuil-
1 l-t Slocthol,! jr. in vild Company aro Itcrfhy no-
till -,1 l- ,ii u'l it l!i ; I o in 1I-. isi. in lli.il.ily ol
Laiiriii.t-.-r. on Me i.3--'av ol'JI i' .i', 1:5 1, for tlio p.:r
po.o of iicliii'j iit-,iil iii-'.ih ire. ,il' ir,-.- ,1 i,n;vi -t ini' j to
.nl.l Co -npanv n ni tor liu "I -i tion or i n ir,i or in
roclorif.irlh!' .am. i;ll.li(L,t..S B.IKI.AKI),
Auj; ul 1), 1-:4J, Ic.ij- 'S'.vH 1'residoi.l.
C I Ti" C ONFE C T lOlCB V.
ESPKCTFUI.LY lnfnnUho citii iH'r l.ftnc;ut'ir
j :imi vtoiiiUy, Ihi.t ll;' b:t tiji.Mmd a U'iv l'iiI'-'c-t
.oniirj iter he tt OficA, corner of Main H'rest an l 'he.
Public 3, wre. wlurd h will in L;t it ly kJi-p nn h.iint
a w.'ll iisiorlvil Mtifk .of Vanfrc'iunrru f'ruifs, S;e.
I1 1 L r iroil, on !hurt n t:iM. tn do ;my kind of
Brtkinjrnt Iii" line, in it ih.ihiht warnttilfd o d.'iiM.
CvVor Mitiimfjt'tiiriMl .tnds'dd wotw.'e cn t retail.
' '-Or Sbu iva ;n d Tom r o. tli- vory lust will at ull
ttiTVM Im found nt the CHy ConfMOiionery.
invih procured u roo:nfir tho jmrpost, ho will
b-i ppjpitrDd to Ltccomfurvl.itt I.Hdioi nnd GjuiKuh'.'U
with I' B laM Mid titimuip ri'frj-iiimtMits.
X,.incu.iU'r,July 33, ICtf
1- .... t . 1 !"
rieiuty me siireme temporal sovereign o. Uw , ullU,n., ,,. fr t10 Crimea. The
Chrisiendom. lie bits in judgment upon -,. i;llir ,;H.lilHt( tu.m is t,at t)u,y
all the awa that S.nmi may pass. Il they , - , , ( b
v-l....-., I, in, il...n ..... i,., I ..-.A int.. . I . J . 3
r""" """ ,r; , si ' 6" Amuriea, at D iston, bound lor Halifax
eneei, nti i uu goon vni isoiins are uouiiii
to obey them, If they happen lo be con
trary to his ideas of right, and repugnant
to what he conceives to be the 'laws of God,'
he vetoes them. Ho issues his Bull from
the Vatican. Uo says to all his followers
in the State whore obnoxious laws happen
to exist: "You are absolved from all obe
dience to the-ju statutes, because, in mv
.! ..... e
There may possil.lv be a few specimens of "P""' nre "Pn' ' ",B 01
tl.ita.irt llunil iu Cin-imiaii. but they are i Gl,J' . "ome. pos.iion o n su
ve.y few. and they are maike.l. and des- pwmp i.l, and is the court of the last re
pisd by all the rest of thu S-ate. The ?ort- n!,ovt! tt'''' ; Uml or iho lw ma
r...i.i:.. I...U,I, ti. r,,,,,!, King powers of the United States.
will hav.. a much greater rpe.-t for us ifj , .auuh i4,t,,w uthoriwiiv exposition of
we. Hand by our principles than theVt,,'8 ve'1 4;!,un Hitlift. I.
i it .1..M.1.I .. it.i.. , most able and learned teacher of that faith
nvuiw i nc rnviini, iwi i n riiir-11 nciivii iu
the infamous propositions of threats whirl.
are thrown out by the organs of the slave
The Democracy art bound to iweep
the Stale this fall. Alt. Vernon Ha
ner. If the pro-slavery par'y aweeps the
State next fall, it will be in "the same way
in which the skirts of a lady's dress sweens
taxed ten millions without lh consent of the streets -by htinjf dragged along in the
I tir . a prf.js.r jni.iof thUt. ila! iba Joum,- rrfshUdVim-isa .liad rftoed I dnt.
in the Union, nnd one who spesks by au
thority upon these questions. They are
of grave importance, nail cannot fail to at
tract attention. IIow. can a person, hold
ing these views, swear nllegiance to this
government? He commits moral peijury
by so doing, He does not renounoe this
allegiance to the Pope. He does not re
gard this government ot supreme. It is
idle to attempt to escape by "claiming that
Consistency. The very men who ara
laborin lo induce iho voters of Ohio to
reject Mr. Chase, are ilia ones who first
gave him prominence and have declared
that "be was a fast ftiend of iho Union."
Out upon sivdi hypocrisy?
On July M-:3. al th Wnsiiltijjtnn Hotel, bv the
Hv. J..M. .Im,, . n, Mr. JOHN KIl.t.K.N and Mi
CATHAM.NK JOhltPII, ofPitkerliietoii.
no r irr.."
LL porj.-iai ar'ra'Hloi.a.1 not to trade for or buy
any neuj or .Ino lulu it r jii In my foor, uay
rajutli. all ca--.-,. has bjii Mnpj.l. All that may ho
nitoroil by othors than inv-t--lf wnr atolu from my
iloro 011 tho ii'iriit or tin. Ilr-tnf Augmt.
Lai, castor, A ig.nt i, 1?5-313 J. 0. SMITH.
rjIIE tabMrlb-jr ha purchased tha iibova proporty,
I and U no nrjp trod to do cuntoni work a woli
morehaiit "ork. Tin mill hat boon wall repaired,
and U In icood or.ior lo do work In either way. Uo
alto prepared to b i whaut at all slinnt, or Bourtho
aam for cinttomar. If desired. Ha hat amployed an - ffulntins tha niirlcms In thetown of Lancattor. Da.aed
ill reudor general autlsfao-I Anirujt31, leo.amt to amend Ihe 41h Section of an
An ( I'll i n one'
Fixln? parinmoiitty raajular markiit d-iys fer tho City
of t,u,ie,is! jr. an.f rupjulm? various or.lnuil. cos and
parts of onlinuucos renljiinc tho markets, of unid
. ily, uml uiii.-ieiiiitr iho-,'nil Seciiou ottho ordinance
Oiiiiilu-I -'An oriliiiiiuco u.tahlistiini; aud reri,l.,lii'ir
t'j j in irkt-l iu tho toivu ol Laiicustor" pusod July
is, is 15.
8MV-..ISn if .rdiiie'lbj theCit'i CountllnflbeCH'J
.1' hnt'em'er, in.tlili.m- hali bj est itirle.id in
6 ...1 Ctty for Ihi- conveuit'iico of iu Inhiihiiatit-i u ru
pulur niHi-liol. ivhlrh shall bo held ut llio mmket-hoiMo
in a.ild city on Wediu'sdiiy and rii.turilay of each woek
from li.u 1st day of Octulior lo tlio 1st day July.uini ou
Tua.dny, 'Ihursday and Naluniii) of each oek, from
tho lut day of July to thu l.l day of October.
Sk'-. !!. Thut the Second Secilon of tho Onllnanco
ontiilod "An Ordinance e-.lablishinfr and regulating
tho Mnrkot in tlietoivu of Uincaster,' passed July IS,
ldS.'i, by so um,iiided as lo read, "Sec. 2. That n shall
bo lha duty of tlio Market Master lo sweep tho Mar
ket House clean the day previous lo each markel.nml
at nil limes to lave aatd Market Hou.o lu good and
h Jiillhly condition, to preserve good ordor, cause wag
ons and other vehicles to be so placed around the
.Market House us host to suit llio conveulei.ee of buy
ers, take uiiarireofall weights and measures and oilier
properly biioiiRlns to Hie .Murki-l ;ilous,
ami..!. Also, to remove all disorderly per.ions found
loiterins la ami almut said .Markot llnusodiiriug Mar
ket hours, to attend lo tlio n eiuhliie of butler ut least
o.ice a week, and II be kIuII lli.d any Butter of less
weight tliiin ottered for sale, to take said Duller and
sell it at public sul.i aa l pay overlba proceeds to tho
Treasurer of thosald cliy of hancaster.
Sao. 3. That the fotlowing Sections of Ordinances
and Uu following Ordinances be nnd tin tamo aro
hereby repealed, iiamelv. Section ono. two and three
of lha Ordinance entitled "An Ordinance establishing
and reeulullnir Ihe market In the town of Lancaster,"
passed July W, 1815. Also, iho Ordinance entitled
"An Ordinance loain.-i.d an Ordinance regulating the
Markets passed July 13, 1S43, passed May 13, IP-IB.-Also
tho Sixth-Section of an ordinance regulating Ihe
Markol In the town or Lancaster, pnsiod August Tth,
1HP.1. An Onllnanco outiile.l 'An Ordinance aupplo
roentnry to several Ordinances regulating Ilia .Mar
kets of the town of Lancaster, passed August 31, 1K49.
An Ordinance entitled -An Ordinance to amend an
Onllnanco regulating the Markets in the city ofljin
caster, passed July 18. lrMJ, passed Decemjer 1, 151.
An Oldinunce enlitled "An Ordinance tnam .iulan
Ordliianco siipplomentury lo sovoral Ordinances re-
rVTOnri-t Is h?rehy e'.ven lo all persons Intoresto.l,
ttiat John A. Cdlins. Eie'lor of Homr reitz. doc,
do Adui'ior of Calhuriuo Moll. dep.
, u-i ' liavid Kees. deceased, nnd
Tunis V. A.-!ihronk,ono ol lh Executors of Jacob Hit-liir,.i:i,-ns-,d.linv.
lll.'d llielrnccoliiits and vouchors in
the Probata C lot' Kitrtli-ld County, tlh, for in-
sp H'li.in on ' s -llleineut, uml that sui'd accounts will
en. i i on for hearing nn ihe -J-inil dt'V of August next,
or m -oeii ther.iafler ns ninv be couvr-uient.
JulytB 3H V. E.SIiAW, Prohato .fudgo.
li'tate cf Willinin Ellin.
-VTOTK'K l.i hereby given. Hint Ihs subscriber has
1 1 bejii appointed and qualilh-d as Executrix of the
last Will and Testament of William Ellis, late o
I'liirUi-ld countv. Ohio, deceased.
July 1J, Kj Sivll A.N.N El, I. IS, Knecutrlx.
iTOTICtit is horjhy given, that a pclillon will be
i. q will Its presented to tlio Comniis.iouera of Kalr
U -lil cnuniy, nt their regular session in September
ii0 4t. pnuiinr fur an alt-rut on of so much of the road
leielinir rroiu liilllinnrc lo .Millersport us ilea between
the s(i:c.!i lino of the southeast nunrlur nf section Ko.
.1, lino the Ohio Canal; said alteration to comincnco
here Ih ) road strikes tlu south lino of the soulhcust
rpuiiiur ot'seeiion No. S, miming en-t nn tho section
line between the lauds owned by f.'ooperrider and
0 roves t th i Ohio Canal, thence north on tho gravel
bank of the Ohio Canal to iuiers.ict tho road on said
'"ii'k. MANY PETITIONERS.
Walnut township. August 2, li?5S. 5115
Estnttf of Jiimes A. Baker.
TSSTOTiri-t l. lierehv tL-rti, ll.nl Ih,. ,l.i.,tl,n, V...
hion appointed and qitnlille.l as Administrator
on tno u'ltno or.jnuies a. linker, doceasmi, lale or
t'.ilrll -Id couiilv, Ohio. Paled at t-nucuster, this 1st
day of August. 1MV SUV EST Kit ST1T1I, Adtn.
August J.ldGJ 3w 13
txniirieuced miller, and w
woo urun.ai.ee esianiisoing and rogulutlng the Markets in
' emi Distillery, with all Its machinery. Is for sale, : llio town or Lanc-tster, pagted July 18, 1845, passed
io naw-iniu aa- uecemoer iu. irjj. An ordinance entitled A special
: Ordinance establishing tha tt.,,rt. r h,..iina rAtft,.
eraont wittilnff to buy town lota can be acoommo- ly MarkcU daya durfov tha m. n hn.nbir
dated. Tha proprietor can at all times be round at 11. 1S54.
bit mill In Lockvtlle. or on his farm. IX miles south- Sao. 4 This Onllnance iho.ll lake effect and be' in
toroa irom um after Uu legal publication. -
L'tlAKLKB P. StUSFKiSK, President.
Alfw.. a Wu.eity eierlt.- -af. aw)t
this ia merely the exercise of a' spiritual ,st of Uckiii,aBdi.mUwettofCarroii, tfo
power hy ih Head of that Gliareh. - Tha i WSa-t,is . ?rxn 80T I
'-- .1 . - ;!-..- -' . . . - - , ;
li E M T 1 H T U 1' .
TTTAS returned to tho city, whoro he expects to ro
ll I main permanently in Iho practice of his profession.
Gruleltil lor past favors, bo hope's by allontion to busi
ness to merit the patronage of his old friends and tho
public geuurally. OitU-e, Main Street, two doors East
or llio Ohio Eagle. Lancaster, July 10, 1S55 3ml 1
r ' "jv lsTv Office Is now lu tho Tallroadge
jejt.) Ill Building, enirnnco next door to
'fpvj)i4 Springer & Trout Clothing Store. 1
' J Lj llll Teeth wilh Gold and give certificates
of gwrnnleo. I suund a irroul amount of labor and
remove t care on each tlltliiu.. nns nil rr.nlrl t,t , h,.ia-
ull obstruction und iniisanrcs Iher.-iii anil ul'ont tho 1 ever bo norussnry) will be done by mo without charge.
. give my rntire iiitoniion to tu.soperllon and can uive
positive assiiniuco Hint every person can save nil Iheir
looih to old nge by timely and frequent attention.
Lancisiar, July 19, 1553 3w4t
?i Vi Y i n tV Ii s
jt-rr RicEiran t
SEAllI.E'S It(H)K STORE,
Opposite Miii'irci'- Hotel, l.ancnstor, OUio
nOXKT MOON and other Comalllles from Punch '
Autobiography of an Actress, by Mrs. Mowalh
Journey to Central Africa, by lluyaril Taylor
Kunsaa and Nebiaskn, by Halo
Sunny Memories of Foreign Lands, by Mrs. Stows
The lletter Land, by Thompson
lVapoloonor his Army, The Camp Fires of Napoleon.
A Hue lot of Annuals for 1855, and a One lot of amall .
Gift Books of all klnda.
Catholic Prayer Books, Episcopal Prayer Books, and
a largo lot of Family Bibles and Pocket Bibles at
reduced prices. '
School Hooksanr) Stationery at Wholesale ft Detail.
Pocket Wallata, Port Monies, and Pen Knives, (or
sale althe Book Store of JOHN RKAKl.KN,
Oct. 80, 1854 85 ' Opp.tt. KKJftrT Hatel. "'
; . iuotovai" :". ' ;
VTl. WAGENHAI.S, ' ;
TTASremOTed hlsoffle to !(' caraer, Kast 6 t
I B tho Court Uoase, opposite the Ohio Baaji. OtHea.
' tnTs.ir,0i,pT ja,4M-M
irift.a.tsslM'i. I i'i''v-'- -"ir-'r '
! saiM.i' -- ammmmm?i&