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THE Iff ARTHUR CEfCCRAT.
IIIIID T X. A. SXTTCK.
Taa'nH . i .w. rrr-7
TiitiuEAY, Jaror) .Ji.
S. II. PARYIS, No,(S UK S Cincin
huli, i our aulliorizid lgtnt ' to procnr
( g Krtinenentt and $ubcriptiJH,
CHARLES J SELLER ISOl'H .author
ztd Agent in Aci York to nciiitkdvtr
litscmenU ond tulscriplic n.
Democratic Presidential Elector for Ohio.
WILLIAM KINNON. Jr.. or Belmont.
AlliAM-rt P. MILLER, of Bull.,
lrt. S. I. KELLOCG, ol Hamilton.
2d. HENRY F.SKDAM. of llmillon.
Po. DAVID CLARK, nf Montgomery.
4th. J- II. THOMAS, of Dark e.
tan EDWARD K'S'I IK, of William.
('th. MICHAEL II. DAVIS, of Clermont.
Vni WILLIAM CROSSKN. of Warren,
f-rii. WILLIAM KERS1LNR, of Clark.
Vrn . Gl ( KGK K SiiENA, of Seneca .
ICt ii. I I- VI DUNGAN, of Jackson,
i Ith. ALFRED McVEIGH, of FairfleU.
I'JiH. JACOB SLMI, of Franklin.
13th. JOHN TlFFT. of Huron.
14th. JOHN C. vlYERS. of Abhlaml.
JJVth. JOSEril BURNS, of Coshocton.
ICiii. JAMES M. GAYLORD, of Morgan.
7th. BENJAMIN F. SI'RIGGS.of Noble,
18th. ALPHONSO HART, of, rortaga. :
I'Jth, HENRY H. DODGE, ol Cuyahoga,
20th. GI O. G.GlLLETT.of Ashtabula
VI it. GEORGECCOK.of llarisou.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
io jceg r or th aurmii coubt.
EUFUS P. RANNEY.
'"V rosso or hjblic woui, ,
' WAYNE GRISWOLD.
crKMiasioir or commob ecHooii.
H. II. BARNEY.
Our State Ticket.
We place at the head or our column
I! USy, ICei eeicuicu uj urn mic
8th of Jan'y convention. othlng
pntilri cive us more pleasure, than
aa IllOn Ii
once more placing the name of Judge
Ranney before the people, as a candu
date for Supreme Judge, nil superior as
a jurist is not in tbe State. The se
letJ'on of Grist,"old was a most capi
tal one, Barney and the school law are
More the people, and if the p retent
Legislature don't amend rhe tur, so
as lo make it less burdensome on the
people it will be a breach of P romise
made before the late' Election. The
The Slate Electoral ticket is marte up of
exc ellent men good and true, and if elected
Electoral ticket la ma.ie up .of
P.ngood and true, and if elected
in tWnibrr nut, as we noe they be, let the
candidate for President be who he may, they
aie just the men to carry out the will of thof
eieclinfi lhe m .as designed by the Constitution
of Hie United Slates.
To tbe candidates on the Slate ticket tb
highest compliment was awarded, that of a
Mn,;iiJ h nrrlannitinn. ll waa 'he hie-
i in ..i . I. "j -t "
heot eulogy for their past semces and willbe
in1t.-&.1 kn an Jin ttinickC n tiLinnrt
THE PRESENT CONGRESS.
Ti'Ki Old King Cole,
noldsrnir trans mocrafied to suit the
Old UncW Sam had a strange whim w ham,
And a silly whim wham had he;
He called for knownothiug fiddlers, and dan
red in a jam,
With a troop of modern DampO-fa; eh?
And every fiddler had Uncle Sam's fiddle.
ilnd a verv fine fiddle had he !
Then Treedle deedle dee went the fiddlers.
Oh! illy and rare, did Uncle Sam stare
Takes Thousands to organize Cry'd he.
Old Unrip Sum, fmind it all wa a sham.
As foolish a ham as rnuld be;
And he tried, Knownothings, do you thin
you ran nam
-mon. a sensible chso like met
But each rogue oh law! hud a gripping
' paw-' '
And Gallofp)wav heel aa vou'll fee.
Then Clink.-Cliiik.-Clink! went the mouey
Toodle-doodle-went the piper,
Tweedle-de edle dee! went the fiddler;
TIipii each nna m id a dash .and a sano at lhe
And it was sll done 'gainst Sla-ve-ry,
Now Uncle Sam, lias a new whim-wheui,
A better whim wham has he;
Then each Tory K. N. shall speed iy scam
pet far a war to retirarv.
Then every fiiddler shall hare a new fiddle,
A Democratic fiddle itahalt be
So twredle-deedle-dee! mant fiddler,
A Democratic Tweedle-de-
Then well.all start fair, and take good care,
Of onr National Liberty,
HONER EH !
Tne Jackson Standard eayiMhat
Spooner late Preside at of State coun
eel of knownothings resigned that post
which he filled with honor to him
self." Reader if you caught a theil
robing yocr hen roost, and hi should
say to you 'Hrue I have robed you, but
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nOW tell YOU 01 aonernoiy, juu
troold hate a praclible oppe ration of
ih RtnndtiTdi coce ot morals. J-ie-
rr cflfceroflhii Tory order commits
moral teriury and yet it u bonerauly
a n'nnflpr if Tom Spooneri Jet
le r io the clerk of our common please
t ourt, in regard to a man in this coun
Iy is an honerable act. JFbnderii
threat! will prevent thai man from lay
ing the tact before the public. It is
a)d a spit of elandei is brewing out
wilb the truth. Ilia a pretty state of
ff.lr. if ImnPRt men are to be decoy
J into t"iis midnight den in Vinton co.
J into nis mioniKui ueu iu v iumu wv.i
Vd tie nc'arcd toVeal, because
otjd pnUut ibwitiyti. '
HONER EH ! ATTENTION UNIVERSE !
BY COLUMS OF KINGDOMS.
INTO LINE WHEEL. AS YOU ARE.
ATTENTION THE WHOLE !!
While the Athent Mitten str man
1 "In all lie l ri and fcolir-li thine that in
pant (leva have Uen issued from lhe executive
we have are n noihirr that o utteilv links
me 1 1 n.riH oi i ne entire l nion nio the
pier n. Unable filth lateiouutj court petti
logger for ye slave propagandists as ia found
in tie last cell a n of ikig roettace, Words
(ail to do justice to the lubject''.
Hon rilir lvili4 itiA P.A.a m-il
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keep rliady on lhe above.If Pierce heart
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ii ui ii, ue miem refijrn. uoei me
leirdleti )curg'iin ol the llefsenge
Receipts and Expenditures.
Our readera u ill tee the Receipts and
uiiuurtmemi oi our county in auotu
er r nlunin.lhpv furnisli food lor rflpr
tion. V hile our Taxea are high it ii
a consolation lo know that they are
It-sn than nnr niclihnrinv Pnimlia.
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notwithstanding ve are paying for our
new Court House. Whilst talking of
our connfy Lipenditures ve might at
well invite.our Ass tute clerk to point
out w hat enormoua exp .-ndi'turf i have
been made by the Locot'ocoa of Vin
ton aa he insinuated that there was
something wrone. before a Iarce and
rerpectalTe audience at the School
house near JJIoers store preceeding the
late election. Those nresent at that
meeting t will ret oiled! the insinua
tions', ind cur reply that it waa owing
to thr continued ill health of Mr. Ala
gee. The Auditors tffice is the moit
difficult iu the county, he is iu fact.the
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unaocier oi me county, ana mis lm
portance induces Mr. Magee to a su
pervision of these matters in person as
last as his health will permit. The
Democracy ot Vinton have every thing
to make and l.othing to lose trom in
vestigation. So push on the Ball.
Light on Perjury.
Will Escjr. Edtnistod please inform
th nuLlic if iia believed what he stas
ted to a know nothing nortn of Mc 4rth
nr. wlipn reading Tom Snoonera letter
to liim.ciiartng mat saia person wouiu
k. -i- iT il l I.J
oe guilty oi reri wry
the secret, 0, lhe order
ve guilty oi rtrivry n ic locoiru,
Wi Esor. Edmitton dease i
lhe Duy:c if lt correct mor.i
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low a couuctl to abuse vilify and slan-
j - . r. u . I... .:.i.
a. a !( 1
der a man after he lias withdrawn
Irim ilia rAa anrt it.An tvl.oh it rpft. I
liuill a sau viU.li casiu uvu rf ssvm a avw
cheshis ears accidentally, to make it
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uui x irjury iu iia.c iiib .uais.i.i pull
rioht Lpfnrp hii npiohhorn. if he at-
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temDs to investigate. As President
the McArtnur councei tou can an
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awer these questions, the people want
m ii rH iirjiir.
Aaain will the Souire tilease inform
,U r..,ki: l.Nm nn,.,.l. 1 .,(..... ll, V I
N. nrrlpr PterieA u ith a rprtain ifflf iftl
. 1 y t . . m . a I
t0 induce j,im to act Traitor to the
nomn f v; .
Encouraging Liquor Sellers.
TTnrfpr tlm a hove rantion a lieini? Scul
lion in the last M. 11, Herald speakes
. : .J .1
01 ua as prosecuting attorney, ai:u men
,-a in-m liav.1 Kpnn frpniii-nlltf rPnlipa
IpH tn cm vp rprtain nprsons. who have
& i r
ftrvtrttd and degraded their offices, in
tins liquor matter, "aniaierw esse .
now nere is a erave Lna sweeDinz
T . a ?
charge which it true, should render
unworihv of trust or confidence the vtr
son i refered to; all can see that we are
rclered to for one, but who is tbe oth
er person, and in what have we, or
the other cersons vemrtid and dear a
ted our c ffi cet 9 Why don't these cow
ardlv. midnicrlit nrowlers let the DeODli
know w herein we have preverted and
decraded our offi ce, it is their duty lo
do so as public Jounalisl?, w e dare
them to name out the acts, as we do
in this naner of another official.
We have no disposition; to bindy
words, with the dirtj blackguard who
pened the article in the Hearld; That
he lies, we have abundance, of evi
dence, to wit; The Court, The Jnry,
The Witnesses id attendence, all, well
knnnr (hat wa rlnnn onr rlutv.a nil will
at once give the Lit to the Hearld.
'f the people see fit to elect numskul
and lascala knowingly, to important
positions they need not complain"
So we think and will merely hint
squiie that when they elected such a
Bunding. Lazy. Loafing official as
you, that they ought not to complain
when they come some 6 10 or 20 miles,
as the case may Le, to attend to some
matter in the clerks office: and then
have lo hunt from I to 2 4 and 6 hours
to find the clerk ot court before thev
can do anything ot even get into the
office. This nerIect of the efficia
duties of the clerk, baa become noto
nous. Known to nearly every lax
paver in the ccunlv. Ring in the
This body is pretty nearly turned
mln a know nothinir L.OUnreI. ttiev
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utterly refuse to nave their proceedings
nnhlifhed. ihpv are a fir a id tbe DeoDie
will asertain what they are doing. We
don't know whether the constitution
will restrain them or not, aa it ia aup
oose their K. N. oaths being- of tbe
higher Law, they consider more bind
intr than the oath to support the consti
tution go y'er deaths, y'er limei short.
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Thia Fenunlico-Fusion body is
Kont iretini? into the hanreis. W see
that tbey are doing what we frequently
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preaiciea,io wiw creauug uui
More of Fusion.
The following nor.aenie forma i
part of the discussion between the K
N's. and Recublicain in rnr,treti-
The RenuLlicans don't believe an?.
tning mat tne Ja, N't. say or swear
. . ...
outside of tbe order, hence hi, kem
mctt asks Banks the question if be be
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uevea in a "luture otaie; ,
We think the question very appro
Dilate, and should hn aorrv in itiink
there were no future punishment for
ftfinrlrala fjo lt sa m. saw ma nnKinaJ
VV.VUHUI v l rw a UVW v UlllliCU
tor their misdeeds. But hera congress.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 12.
hers expressed their opinion in opposition
iu mining ura tuuc-j iuiu uvuaviPK -i.iv
ty. and opening a boundless aea of debate.
Mr. TUikciUI atli-il Mr K.nl. jtrvrnn
now amember of the Know Nntbina artyt
iuiuiiiuia! uv ivu ibii iu prumuic an riuai
ity between white and black races by legisla
tion' At e joo in favor of the entire exclus
ion of natjraliaed citiaenaand Catholics from
x.i i r : v. . . ..1
office! Are you iu faror of the modUkaliou
of the tariff ai you were lat seniouT
Mr. Ki-nijeit 1 should like to know
whether either of the candUatea belie r in a
future state, and provided each answers in
th aihrmative. 1 desire to know wlcther in
a free or slave State. (Laughter.)
Mr. Barksdale advanced toward Mr. Ken
nett, and excitedly inquired,"do you intend
to cant a reflection on met 1 burl ii back with
scorn and contempt." (Deafenine calls of
order.) Nearly all the members on there feet
and various unsuccus lul motions were made
Mr. Kennett No difficult in or out of
lhf rull Khali tnliininitu mr 1 tat Ia
House mat my suggestions were merely joe
Mr. Beiksdale i treat ft with scorn
it rnmtfnint. sir." Orilpr ii flti-ll- nc
and comaempt, sir.
Hit him Again.
nev of the Hearldto earnestlv and nrav
erfullr. read and oonder. on the TextL.H.
contained in the 6 verse of the 0 chap
..--in l I
icr oi rroveros.
Hit him Again. Godey for Febuary.
Has been received, andia the best
number Vet, we will bet a biz red ap
ple, that do Lady in Vinton, would
be without Goiley if she reads this No.
For Febuarv is on our Table and
an excellent No.
There is no news oi importance from
nrope except the fact that France J
tigland are preparing-to concentrate
an army 0f 1S0,000 men on tliejRbine.
For the McAarthur Democrat.
For the McAarthur Democrat. U. S. Senator-Athens Fusionists.
MB. iJBATTOa; "I"" v-.
oik... ,.. k., hen the Piendent's
Ma. H-tto: 1 wish you tuuld
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Mearaia first anpeard in onr village; it
onfd bave made you "laugn tnu grow
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hi" to aae tbe fluttering iu tbe fusion
Camp, and :o hea?the bitter denuncie-
linn Hai bt io of the treit ones
t... ft L. t A..ur.ant A ratrtnlti IT AH id
be U. S. Senator said "Plane ought to
v n ii a a ilia a uuiuuvun v x - v -
have- his throat cut;" a cartalu woald-
like-to b Eepresentallre, thinks "he
hi ta be aibbeled." a still smoUir
ry, declates ha ''would like lo see tiim
rode on a rail," ana men ia rrywim
Editor of lh fution Sheet of this place,
com?" the President fo -a fifth rate
county Fettilogger. uwaa pfoi- j
these worthies btlor tne messaga ap
peard, that U would be "a milk aud
water aB'ait," a soil of go belween.cour
i!., h.Mh lhe north and south.' 'Ffink
fierce bad't independence enough tolaka
a bold stand'! lot in tnis, you see, as
in ill - with Democratic Prttidtnit,
they are badly picked up,--lhey see thai
Frank' talks light out just ss he did iu
52; he still 'knows no norm, noioum,
noeast.no weiti but is for the Ccnsti
tution, the Union, the vho.U fnion, and
1st rintaTMllll fftri thins that savers of dis-
olutioii of tb Union lh only safe course
fnr .n P.aaident to take, lo tDeir mor-
r.fir.iLn. thev uo sr that President
Pivrra Ii tuit the man who does boldly
and Isarlessty stand by and do better for
tha constitution and (he gota ow wem-
ocraticdotrine, as taught by the illus-
liipus Jefferson, mantamed and suppor
ted b) the Patriotic Statesman Madison
.n,t vinux.. battled for and so wU car
ried out by the ioyno'Ul Jackson, for
this Patriotic and upflinching course.,
p..;,tni Pierre 'ouht to have his
throat cut' aibbiied' 'iode on a lail,'
such ar the statements of onr would
ha ornct m.S who have lately become
ith the new born zeal fur (be
would willins, to desolve
this glorious Union in their Deaieu seai
to liberate the Slaves of Hie South, aud
yet tbey care no wore about tba poor
slaves, than bis Aalaiiif ilagutf tares
about the Salvation of Chrisendora. Aud
h.n u ia ao decidedly lsuehabla to see
a.hireling who a ihorttime ince iteped
out of bis teem, compareiog me rri
il.t.i io a nfih rat country Pe'.tifogger.
fir nruririP out ail tb abuse at bis
command on the President, he tries bi
band on Got. Medill, contemptuouiy
appologies to bis raad.rs for pulislung
III- VW. - I
l.noth. lhe Gar. -Oll'l like Uigttrt WCL
i.. r.A. u...a. eomDiaina oi n
enough to suit bin and then aa if ke re
ka his leader believe
thai be i aouu body's dady he calls the
nn. . i.m n.rhclor.' Well I ttou i
Vvf waa 4aaH
kaow but lhe young man ought to make
anacolo-v far uub.isbipx tb message,
rn ,-ri-iW hia column' , baa added
nothing to iia character, for the less any
ntwiarratic docLnient ha ' to do w:lb
that, the better for the tredit of the Au
ihor.th young man is well ough if
be only be himself, but you sea its a
Sad thin to be under keepers, nence uv
ia ha nittled.-hoD b will (earn
better aa b ar-wa otder-Bow if these
. .. .::..- ..tl riilara.
tbroal cutlers, eiDBi'.eia, raw
-j tj;,.' miM hate Iheirl
own wsy of things would not this be a
ua wiwn 1
Athens, Jan. 18th 1856. Citizen.
DLAKK. DEEDS, BLANK MORTGACEj
U end aU tllaaki requtru unetr im
.TZ r i.,.ti Ifiki P,jv art conlJOB
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FOR THE MCARTHUR DEMOCRAT.
FOR THE MCARTHUR DEMOCRAT. NOTICE.
Judge Swan lornierfy cf the Su
pre me court wonld respectfully inform
the citneM ofV iHtonaDd adpiniae
counties llisi lie Ls : perraanlly located
in the town of New Plymouth Vinton
co. O.. when he may be found at all
times ready and willing to attend lo
all legal business that may be entrusted
to his care. He flatten bimsell that
he is complete master, of the vuluable
text book kuowh as ''Swan's New
Treatise" theauthcr of which is a dis
tant relatiou of the undersigned.
COT Advice user
In litigrted cases fees moderate.
FOR THE MCARTHUR DEMOCRAT. NOTICE. M. de. L. SWAN.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.
n inefiectual tffort tu rescind tbe
Ifnnt.. Mr. Bore motad ths
Atavlsiff nrt m bla and iaioltion:
Wulilll TB ItllllOBa WHO uivai
Rrit.ln .r of a molt threatening cha
acttr, indicating wa may be upon tne
eve of most staiiliug evaats and where
ii iK ilutv ol the Home at this
, imminent neril. not to ab
JUUfcl IVV. - . -
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dicata its great misaion, di 10 mui
; h--,..niinr if noiaible. on auca
h.ii . .ill DiT peace to our distract
e4 country, and enable it to present an
undivided front to in common u-iu.
Rttolvtd. That the conservative ele
ments of this House should unite id
sincere effort to elect a Stpeaier, woo
will represent the gnat ideas of peace
for ourselves end the sword for the stran-
o . . V. . . . J tka Dint amin
nir. oievcii- ""f1" o
woul.be permitted to state the facts,
m VQ(;n HQ III.UO M- ..---- .
that we are on the eve ol wsrj u n were
ao.be kuew nothing about It. Object
ious made to explauatiou.
On motion of M. Aorgsu the resolu
tion iva laid on the table. Mr Mullen
resolution, which precludes tbe debate,
Mr. Traon offered a resolution, tint
anr candidate for Speaker, who. shall at
anr time hereafter receive the highest
number of vtues from a quorum of mem-
Deri, lOOUgn lesa man a w-juihj vi
votes polled. shaU be declared elected.
provided that the Speaker so chosen
and each of the other candidates shall
have the appointment of lha standing
committee; and in propoition to the
number of votes respectively received
br each, but no candidated, whose tote
.hall be less than 25 aball be entitled
to any of the appointments under this
The resolution was laid on the table.
The House then again voted for See
ker; the ballot resulted as follows:
Banks, 81; Eitha'dson, 67; Fuller, 29;
Campbell of Ohio, 5: Pennington, Por
ter and Shorter each one.
Two more uusuccrgsfull ballots were
then had, the last resulting precisely
a ilia abeve.
The Hons then at a Utile after 2
The Explosion at Inkermann.
Our readers will remember the ae
rnnnta of the terrible accidental txplo
ami. of the .'owner Aiacazine at in.er-
menu, on tbe 15th of Nov., by which
near four hundred persons lost meir
live. The moat vivid description of
that awful event we have seen is given
in the following extact from a letter
written by Staff assistaut Surgeon. Wal-
ter Clogg,: oi in oritun i.igni yivia
Nov. 16, 1853. w nl hid written
ihua far veaterdar afternoon, when at
ahnut half nasi threa o'clock F. M., pa
per and deal were daaned irota Deneiiii
mi aim pole tent ralllint down leu-
rd mi prostrate, and for au ipstant my
mind waa Djralizeil br lhe impression
that the end of all things had come,
Mr God! a sound like the poro'uiced
tbunJeia of a centurr went up to beav
en. and the earth, for a mile around,
Quaked aud rocked like ao sncry tide.
No air! no breath! Htugeie out ana gasp
. . . . . . - .
for lifel A thick darkuees over all-
lurid. aulDhurous. and pestilential!
Another and another roar, and a bellow
aud a crash re-echoed by every hill,
reverberatiiiK. through trench and rav
ine. atirrlnx the very dead in their
grayei! And now a shower of blacken
ed and blood stained fragments, mum
ated human liiiibs, hands, arm, legs,
feet, nieces of skull, shattered bones,
even aolitarv rib within fibre of mus
c still quivering, are blown about like
chaff before the blast! Men who have
faced death in every lorm are flying
hirher and thither in Irienzied horror
Sheila are shrieking in the air, and burs
ling over head; rockets streaming ore;
miue and sran flv'mz on everr side:
and there ia no bideing-placel Aud now
the groans ol the wounded ana tne ay
int! Here mm lie dead and disfieor-
ed almost beyond recognition. There a
poor fellow witD his cbesl driven in;
close beside him a screaming sufferei,
whose tbigb is lorn offat tbe bip joint.
Hut aou tent ha.ve fallen orarefalliug,
burying all bene'.b them.
A rACTtcAL Sirmoh. A fe Sun
day since, a certain highly popular
and talented ilergyrnan of 'he Method
iat Church, read to his congregrtion tbe
2nd chapter of Paul's Epistle to the
Ephesiaus, the ifin verse pi , wpicn is
'Now, the reforeje aire no more slron
iera and foreienes. but fellow citizens
with :hp laipts, 144 gf the household of
After reiding this tene, he deliber
alelv raised bis eres to the con ere a a
lion, and remarked. My breath ren
fif. Paul ' teat not a Knoii Nothing!-
and vi ton l -auothei word of comment,
went on with bia reading. Tb raver
end tentlemen. though opposed to mat
ma nolitical remirkr in the pulpit
could not let slip so favorable ao op
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portunify of 'defining' St. ful post
New Haven Register.
- ..ntr nrTMiMi.ujaa
W UHK.o'eTery jeartljUfi
pnnnnr.r. of at.t. kisds. u ru-tie.
ti at tht tin kiehtst market vricu. on Sub-
Monti wt rtfvttd.
We ro not iuten J to charge thit rer.
taia politicians afTec.teil with lh af,
genuine dog kydcophbla. yet w do
charge that they aia "aUr mad'
W kara iuit bean, .ceding a letter
fmm tx Srnator AcHiaoB. MissoDil, ad
rlr-i.-l in tha South, and lha irportaof
a set of perambulating spsskers from
Kansas in North, alj stirring up the pub
lic mind, and calling for men and mon
ey to go to Kanaaa to jightl
Do these mm suppose that the peo
pi North, and Suuth are set of brain
leas fools, Mckoalo; ad panting for
tach olheu blood, aud that they have
aa beltaipasyrria than logos thcusaud
or Iwu mklta into tbe praiia of Kan
aaa to cat each other throatst
Atc.us rave like a max) bnffilo
and iasure that a deapreat battle is to
coin off ia Kancaa between the slave
advocates ad th bolituniats, aad
all most tustijy, for kelp, but thanks
to th good sense ofi ths Southern peo
ple, they have up to this time paid veiy
little attention to his senelass ravings.
Tbe madmen on lb other baud, who
ate awhsta abolitionists ir traversing
the aH8 "inttntifying" public fteliug
with, thftiajn crazy object in view, and
from tba cool Indffierence one of than
received i Ik'iA 5ily, hy h nam of
Woo Bight kafor laat, w t)eliv the
Northern people will Is saalow to be
intensified by them as tbe South has
been by th rvinga of Atel-ssoa.
There area ureal many good, ex.cell-
nf man in Kanaa. who. W reatat lo
Un. In ihia melee, are boih misrcpie-
euted and greatly injaied in their hopes
and disturbed iu taeu etavvn ia u,uiei
and ilch homes.
Could these well disposed peopt-fcei
oulolKanias, nd leavt lhe field le
tbt two mad extiemn. we Hanoi
know that anybody ought to stand ia
tb wiy of mad men cutting each others
throats as fastlhey pleased. W are
h.ll Inclined to think that it would be
. d.u.iI ihinff for the countrv to throw
io a few dollars on bo'.h tides and hasi.u
ih folly, and so have'il over as looo as
posnble.., .. .. .......
It is time hign time tnai au goon
mii ahnuld eiDreaa their indignation
condemnation of auch nckijess folly and
wicked agitation. While tb noise ana
i-nnfii.ion wa kept ud lo fool few in'
nocenl people out of their votes, that
some btaiuless demagogue might slide
into office umUr cover if the imoke.
some excuse could be made, bad as the
excuse was, foi the i(tnsiica(foH, but
r. ! . I . - f .1 '
when we see congress in a siaie vi ui
orgauizealion Kanshi in a slate c. civ
il war, and travelling luteusllieis,
nara m hulatine and arrealine to the
i nnnir bv lections, tovidcu the breach
and throw iuto chastli( whole order of
lociety and government; it is time to
uause aud i flection 'ucfure the deed
of ruin is done, and not aftef lh ava-
lauch if in motion. Let the people ol
iauaas alone - 'el Ihoie who have gone
there to make it their homes, and the
peaceful abode of their wives aud tlnl
dreu be protected (turn base jiite:med
lera fioni without, of any sort or des
cription, or e.me f'0i what quarter
they may. . -
Tbey have a tight to their own laws,
and they are eb'e to take cre of lhe
selves. If the; should adopt rneesure
not agreeable to the views of everybody
efse mind their own business.
.We sprtk for Ohio wb4 we say, that
our people hive enough of homo con
cerns to look aflr, and tbey will find
it labor enough to dp lhair or work
well and. satisfactory to themselves; and
if we cannot attend to our own buaiuess
who can do it for us! Shall we calk iu
Mexiraus and Cauediaua to fit up our
tax lawa our currency la an our temper
ance laws, and aid us in rtvt riling our
constitution to malje some of its un
intelligible provisions iitellig;ble?-r-We
are half inclined to think atich. a
propqsitiou wouldbe lakea as an niu,lt
and treated accordingly.
Wiiliuut intending reflections upon
auy one foi his p.edisr opinious. we say
in all kindneis lo eierybpdy, lhat ilia
lime, to keep hands off Kansss affairs,
and pour oil upon tha troubled waters
of that territory If it is true thai
"Blessed aie the peace waken," let alf
try lo acquire the blessing, and seuJ
home lhe traveling mountebanks, with
a request that they i preach peace at
borne and tot disquiet abroad. La agi
tation ceaae from without, and good
will soou reign within.
franias, oue of the most lovly port
ions of our eaith, is Buffering serious
ud lasting injury from tbe riotous pro
ceeding wiihiu her bpripfs, and tbou
ni ni nur beat cilizeus are deterred
from taking rbeir families there in the
midsl of such conduct. We hope it will
A GOOD ONE.
in,.- r,mh ieI for thai mellont said
..V . . H. -
a cute, dapper looking chap to sturdy
darkey, who was mounted ppuii can
before oue of th vtipcipal hotel iu
Philadelphia, a week or Iwo since.
'For dia big 'un! why mass, 1 rakou
he's wut thres leyies, 1 does.
.i- i. .:.?
'0 yes, tie ripe shud I dun plug urn
doueh. if VOU say SO.'
With that, tbe old darkey took out
his ol4 jack knife, and was making the
ft ret inriainn In the melton, wbea it
gave a long deep, piercing o. K
Gosh almighty what's iltt ejclaim
ed Cuff, dropping his knife. .
. 'Whatdo stop fort askpi tha gentle
God! 1 tot him hollar. 1 did-
Come, cutaway, and see it it is tipe.'
lie gave another poke wun ui amie
and thi time the mellon ibiieked out:
'Ob, murder, you'd kill me!'
R.fnra lha laat word Was UUt. th met-
Ion wnt tumbling to the ground on oue
side of tbe cart, aud lb darkey off the
other, blowiug, '0. de lordt 0, da Lord
of hebeu!' ,
Picking binself op ha half scrarobUd
a few paces from lb carl aud turning
to heboid the fragments of tbe mellon,
exclaimed 'whew, di diggei nebei
stand dat. 'Claie to Qod it bollard mur-
deif .. - '
P. lha limahe rerurnad to bis CSrt
tha aaUchiafoua vanWlloeulet kid se.
dm hi' least aYellen' '. '
Better get 'em First.
About thirly-Ev year go, ihtre re
aiued ia the li n of Hebiun a certain
Dr. T., who beeame vary much euirrortd
of a beautiful young lady revideni ii, ih
Town. Tha Dntior was airoaa ud de
cided Presbyterian, and hi lady lot
was a sir.ong and Jeruiad Bapnal. They
were siting together one ett Bin, talk
ing of their approaching nuptials, wbu
the Dt4lor reaaarkad:.
'lam thinking, mydear, of twoeveots
which 1 shail number among th hep
pVst of my life.' ,
And pray what may tbay be, DoctjtV
remarked the lady.
One ie tb hour when I Ult !!
yon wife for th first '.ia.'
And tha othert'
'It is when ae shall present our lint
born for baptiim.'
Yes, my dear, aprinkled.'
Ntf. (hall a child of mini be spria
Eviry child of mint aball la spriak-
Thayshsll b. heyt'
Yaa, my lov.'
Well ir, I can tell yen. than, thai
your babie won't be my babiea. So good
The lady eft the room and th Dr.
I ft tb bouse. The sequel was, lhat
ths doctor never merritrj, and the laiiv
is now aa old maid.
F lit laW al
For the past three week, th city ha
been tmuitd with tha itnn,i. n...
ma the dome of a adt whn i
coat, wa hd mattar raiirnd little
-a young mig dreued up in woman'a
auiied. Ij cam frm Tro,..ud bv
giving himitlf a fw French aira.attrac-
ic a mc mention of Kob S ,vrho wa.
ivuuKinB pi tut nianaion iloua. A
she pased. ih gave Bob tmil that
mad bi ni fiel Yaaki-a rinn.ii.
hour Bob immediaily pulled up hi ct.
lar, adjusted bis gloves, and wt a
pursuit. He oitrtook her in Stalt
Streaf when h so ingratiated liimielf
in her favor, that he prevailed upon hit
ti ae aanl la L a.. '
w6v -M- .... ,c. wUn ,0,f Afl,r
tea, they went out for a-walk, which
walk terminated at the theatr. Aftei
tb theatre waa out they went to R.
mouds,' were thev Dartonk r.r
and champague. Having finished uu
uiuaunaj, uuu aik'U Her wher lb
Hopped, 6!i replied at lh He-
Hive you rtgiitered your name!'
And who shall iaik'for when I call
in the morning?'
HarryS ,of Troy.'
Jhrry S , why, that's a aeu-"
t'eman's mine ii it noif
'Uf course it is- Why do you aikl'
And re jou not wununt' -Ofcoyn
pot. The dreia 1 Lave ou
belongs to my sister. I thought I'd
try it on aud sea bow it um.U .
I am saliaiied with. th. experiment
I've had a plesant evening, a fine sup
per, and all th( ort pf thing. .
iuiii lor which, I ho,. m ,,-,.
ed jour atil.aiiil will n the n.oiii-
i . i .
nig auu i he nieaaiad Willi me.'
Bob proinirdlo do an, hut V fair
he did nut. We law It.. t, nil W'.ilnaa.
day; he looked bad,, and taken of vra
geaucelaud a Coll' r.tvlvr ' w. d... '
suaded bin. from thia, however, br tl-
i : L!.- .l.. i... .'
Hi iuiii uia oeai way to obtain ratan
ge was lo go up the rjvtr and -ll. a
irojau. ue prumiseit lo do ao. Vta
uoubt not that he will keep hia word.
How he will ucceed,- reuiaiu to ba
seeu. Wa don't know I halt aft a -Mil
bUut bim The id of U II ina in l.i a
with he womau, iseuough to bauia,
Vruth from any breast.
Sale of Ileal .Estate
U OllDEB OP THE PRC1UTE COURT OF VINToH
ELIZABETH DAV13.1 Probst Court.
Adm'trix of Andenou Petition toseii
Da via, deceased, . Land.
VS. . I BY virtu, of
John Davis, el. al. J u order of Sale
to m directed by said Court. I will, ou
THE 1st DAY OF MARCH. ift.tK
between the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.
and i o'clock P. M., at the dooi of th
Court Houaa.in the town of MeArthur,
in aaid Viuion county, sell at Publie
Vendue to the highest bidder, the foi
low inn Real Estate, as the nr'or.aitv of
said Anderson Davis, deee'd, to wit:
lhe iNorthtist quarter of the South
Eait quarter of Section number Thirtv-
one, in township number Nine of Range
nuqioer aixteep, in the Ohio. Company's
Purcuss, conuiping Forty-tno Acre,
mor or lea, Jlo,-So much off of tb
whole isngtb of tb South side of tha
jSouth-east, quarter of tha North-east
Quarter of the same Section. Townahln
aud Range aforesaid is will mike Fifty
. ,r i '
Acres, iiiciumng toe aoova tony-two
acretractj all situated ic lhe said coun
ty pf Yioton. '
The Widow relinquished ber light of
Dower in th premise. A
Appraised at the sum of Three Hun
dred and Ten Dollar '
. TERMS OF SALE.
One. third of tb purcbaae money ia
bod on the day of . sale, oue-third in
one year, ind tbe remaining third in two
years, with lutereatfrom the day of ill
deferred payments, to be secured by
Mortgage on the premise.
' ELIZABETH DAVIS
Adm'tiix of Anderson Davia, dee'd ,
By E. A. J3ratlon, her attjr
- Jan. 31st 1S58, 4w ..... -
iiM i i.r.iiif.iKi nr i.iiJHiii in. t
Notice is hereby given that John Robbina
Guardian of Harvey Yager Emeril lis Yeeger
nd Lovinua Yegei baa filed in the Probate .
f Yuirt nf Vtmnn I'J- iiv.lv anil Stflta rtf Ohin.
hi account aod voucheg a such Guardian .
lor inspection, aud partial, settlement,! and
that said accounts will bepa8sed upon by ,
taid Court on the, 23, day of Feb., A. 1).
.1858. . B.' P, HEWITT
Jan.3lst56, 3w Pro. Judge.
CHAS. A. at. D.UU.BI5. LIW1S C. BAMAIIB ..
CHAS. A. M. DAMAR1N & CD,, .V
AHB DEALERS IS P.B05UCI.
No. 55, FaoK Stwxt, v
PORTSMOUTH, HIO.S 3
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