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THE. ARjhUR, .CEKiCCgAT,
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Democratic Presidential Electors for Ohio.
y 1LMAM' KrNNCN, Jr., of Belmont.
ALIA AM: Hi: 1. MIU-liR,. of Butler.
HI KKV F.SM:AV. ot lUn.iltiui.
IiAVII' CI AUK, if Montgomery.
J' II. THOMAS, ol I'aike.
VL'VAr.D KMl.IL.-ci miliums.
Cm. MCtlAtL li. IiaV1cI Cl rtnt iil.
m. WILLIAM ILOftM of Wurren.
t7!.. AMLI.IAN. Kl.Kl!K, ol C:m.
th. (.!!' K J HIN'a, H
.Km. j i : i) i :jAN. of Jmkujif.
.In . .Ulhh.l- Vt Vr.IGH, ot Fairfield.
llTu. i A 01. MMi tl rmnklin.
lim. .iUli? 1 .1 1 l . i hi.it n.
14th. .Cr . I. .. ilkS, ot Afl.iciiil.
ltTu. jOM r tl t LLS, ol CothiA ton.
JCm. JAVii&M. UALDKD.ol Morgan.
Van. l.ijANiliN t. M UiGUS.ol J.uble,
Jfci h . A LI hbfO HART, id, ForUme.
latH, lit.M.t h. LOLUb, ol Cuyahoga,
20th. ( i t i. blLLfc.Ti.ol Ashtabula
iilsT. OiA'l-ii M tXih.. ol liarison.
Democratic Presidential Electors for Ohio. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
rui u'Lur of mt hfiiui cmst.
BUFU3 P. KAKKEV.
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il. II, IWHNEY.
Democratic Presidential Electors for Ohio. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. M. & C. R. R.
paid a living to
last week, atid wew our tirst trip on the
M. (jr C. R. R. between Hamden and
' Vinton Furnace landing: the road is
rough but when the trost is all out, and
the track settles it will be an excellent
'road, the cars make their regular trips
to Zaleski in this County. Mr. Geo.
Porter who is the conductor of the 2nd
Train East from Chillicothe .is one ol
the most accomodating and gentlemanly
Conductor, we nave met with in the
State his strut attention, together with
the untiring watchiuln.-ss and caution
ol the chiel Engineer warrants us in
saying that no sater train . runs, in lacl
the enquiry now is wiieii does Porter's
1 rain sian'r"
This couit opened on Monday ¬
posed ot the cases on the Docket' and
State ol Ohio,
I rein Xjarteiiy.
R. V. Maple,
$2 Iron. John
. Charge ot stealing
I one pair shoes value
Lord fouid Guilty,
Judet. FiiitU Ssll) and costs, Impnsou
ea on bread and water three days and
to restore ooubie the amount of property
to John Lord.
The State ol Ohio, ) Petit Lwceny
V. V Charge ol Bleal-
Samuel N. Gadd. Sing i hree huo
curd linfe cent LT. fi. robtag: stamps
va.ue itom J. . Caiuwtll, Plead
Gmhy.Juu;;;'.. $2o, cois,inipnsoutd
Ui. son bifrtd Hud water, anu lesloie to
J, W. LaiOwiil io aii.ount, $18.
ht , l.ic 01 J AMK5 Sl'L-
..,.-f(.- : m i Jailyesiir
v t. i . ur i. iiioer ot J as.
A man L. m
UVAN, Wfc: (
day, i hairii t.-i
Asu. at v
, v i. ii. tins County.
MURDER. BLACK REPUBLICAN.
W odv ttf following Irom ll
Cincinnati Gaxtle Rank Know
.. Nothitgand RepnUican paper-
The grpftt aim u hate in the I'jewtUnt
lrtii..i9 first to Wit tl LemotTtttic part)
' and fecciul. to el.-ct a Pr .-i'lfiil whofe pruici
', pies ere opposed i U ft Slavery in
fo free Und. end hv w i'.l giv! to (he ivun
'try alibeiat. el rtip,.-.-iv:.tiv ( tniiiuhtration
' of the coveriivi.efit. l':n ft''- pi'inti-iiibrHtes1
tha setfnil. VVe nuisi lietftti Use IVinocimu
nartv. ' Uoonthis. iheoi-'prxitKm, Aorih aud
t iouth, Reftiolitanr ami Amerinni. agre-;
n.l of utite ur'.n titfraseuiial.would be
straage if e taunui ffvt u.on things which
are collateral. ,
Aa ttii. nnmination of Fimoreand IJou-
aldson tvere made by tlie delegates from the
8oathera State,would suggest that they give
- tnhm ihe brKt iiiDnorl ibevcan. and earn
as many slates for then as potsible, tht
. . . .1 a,,. irSn .
wore the belter, in we meanum mc uui
tion in tbe Jiorlhern State must be permitteil
.to light the Adminislrauon lorcesni tneir
" mi n in. and under such leaders as they
' amy please to select, and upon such a plat
form aa theymuy think proper to make. By
nurniine suth line ol rolicy es this, wt-
could at least prevent tl election of the
TW,nrratir. t ancliclate br tl people, and
ihna ihmw th election into the Houw. Tin;
rrecent Iloute would have to choose, and a
there is a clear majority ol tlie flute as rtprtj
tented in this Cougies opposeu io ine wm
rraiic party, an opposition candidate would
' ba elected PreaidenU
hoa out for ion wtather.
Address of the Seceduers.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 26.
' The leceduers from tb
Conveutiou ad tha following addreia
The uoderig.ned,de1ega,.eito the nom
inatiuji contention now in leision at
rhiUdelphia, find thmteltea compelled
tn ditce ut from the principle! aowed
) iK.t bod. and holding ther do,
thti the leatoratiou of the MitSuuH
ii demanded by the majori
i the whole teoole. aa a redress ofaii
undeniable wrong, and the execution of
it. in spirit, at leaat indipensbl to
tlie irrote ol the country.
Time ha rrcirded the refuial of that
r.n.Tf ntinn to liroeniie the well defined
oiinioo of the country and cf tha Am
erican of the free State upon tni qu-
lion, aa a denial of their right and re
buke to iheir tfntiment. And thej
bold that, the admiisoin iuto th Nat
ional Couucil and nominating conven
tion of the delegate from Louisiana,
renresentina a Roman Catholic consu
lueuey, absolved every true Amencan
ftiim all obliuation to sustain.
ticn to raruciiat in the ' proposed
Humiliation, aud now eddrew theruseU
in it.. Amtrlrini of th C0UDWT, ana
esjeciallv of th State they represent,
lo jutiily and approve thait action, ana
io the end that a nomination couioru
ing io the overiuling aentiment of the
touQtry la Hi gteai.uaue oiij o icgu-
Itiiy nil sukpiiiously mad. in un-
:i-iriL.ned niui.os to th Americana 10
..Il il.e Sikia orcunmlioin. ana eieci
deltgate to convenlioii to meet iu
the city of Sew or, lor in purpese
ol nominating candidate for Freiident
and Vice President of the Vailed
cAio Thoma H Ford, J. H. Baker,
n. S. Kvle. W. H. C. Mitchell, E. T.
Sturtevnt,0. T. Fishbank, Jas. Elbert
W. B.. Allison. H. C. Uedgt. l. A.
Olds. W. B. Cbaj-uiso, Thomas McLee.
$ti Uaiphiri Anthony,
iLojtrltcwt Luc 0. Fck, Ja. E,
Dunham, li. Griswold, Austin Baldwin
t- Ptkiu ' D. B.- Booth.
Muiackvttt W. S. ThurtoD, Z.
lllMil. 5. Jeuning.
'nnyot--W. F. Johnston, S.
C. k.kt. K. VV. Biddle, T, J. Coffey.
John V iUianisou. J. Harrison, S. Swell.
Hkit UlandE, J. Jibtiiigl.
Airman S. T. Lyon, VV, Fuller,
W. S, Wood, P. P. Meudler, Ham
ilton, monH D. A. Gillie, John Lock
wood. Robert Chandler, Q. Burdick,
VV. Cook. .
lawa L. II. Webster.
An executive committee wis appoln
ted ol one' lroru each Mate represented
tJ7 deletates wero preseat, including
eight liow ew Kork. ; ine lauer were
gpeculators aia noi sign tuc piuirai.
Th VVashiugtoa Union assert that
Lord CIrendou' assertion, - and iiis
statemeut in the nouse oi uom rr
suostantially incorrect, nd that no sp
ology has beeu made for tbs wrong com
mitted in ine eulistmen t oi uoopa.
From new Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 25.
The Daniel Webster arrived from San
Francisco wilh dates up to the Sin.
r.nl. Kinney had tone to Grenada to
effect an alliance with Walker. All
Stales have foimed iz lUflce except
Theateamei wmji en wh oa
ii n to the 22id.
On Abe night of the 12th,' the garrison
of tbecaetleban Juan d'Ulloa pronoun
ced in lavor ol Tamarea, tiring on ootn
sides, slight los, till tha 31), whea the
castle surreudeiei. '
A CJ. "It i the gift of Poetry to
hallow arery place in which it moxes;to
breathe round ffaturs anu ouor more ea
quiait than the Jumeol the toso, and to
.lied over it a lint more magical than
the bluali of morumg.''
0 Ll T 0 JiK ' Af L'B. Mv lack.
Composed vile suffering form the combined
Composed vile suffering form the combined offset of a northur and
a drizzlin rune.
, Grate lengthy line, wot some folkes call
luidjmoiy:iu never no wot it is
lu ix aoia. Yureaiwase hot. 1 shuddent
ui.ueieijure j-erhpimi now. Italluiowet
brnke. ua ban lu tliind ot awl the Intel
iNiggcia, wot plain uiumbel ilie peg, in
'Iheie necked skins arouud yu, w lie I
A pour, pbreeied witepersuu.am slnvenn
lu this o6iuerous iljlude. Grate sizzuk!
1 even pUuusy 1 keu sea the fokestlown '.bare
A uiiuKiu m)ut jew lip auU 1 scrams,
Anu aouar woiw, lu keep lliareselves tdle.
VV ne ail tlie hot whyskay puutchy an all the
Aia uogfcs 1 can sw oiler, woul keap
Me hot. How ide like tu raze a swet:
Thou pi.ntuou oawtot unwound kyus stnug
. AUU VU UOlt, aum oar wujj "."i
LllTOle JUIC1 iivui aivuuu - "CO
. Aud coy I yuiMiiaouuu mo
Tina uioie ivnja;u itjuu'l LI je cud,
a...i i tu utiod. lie utie my saicrjd
V uw.lht when tlie uog-slar raigesoveheU
' lie never groul again. -
WASHINGTON, Feb. 25.
Tlaj. He1s,recenl) of the e Oifeaua-
Delta, goes to lcargua in a steamer lo
morrow, as bearer ol tlesraicnes uom
our toveruineut. Iiis lady accmpanies
him. lie will-remain sorre mouths. ,
WASHINGTON, Feb. 25. ON A DRUNK.
ColommusI Fci..;a&th- -3 o'cLota. r. t
1 ha Senile mei siid a tall was bad.
A Uuoruui uui i"i"g prrseutll adjourn
HOUSE OF RPRESENTATIVE.
3 O'CLOCK, A. M.
No Quoium. A call was bad and 49
mcmbeia were fouuU preseol. . The Set
geanl-at-ArniS was dispalcbd after tbe
Absentees, but beiug uuable to find
euoueb iutown io make np a quorum
not aii back liom vinciunati ine nuu
LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC AND
NEW YORK, Feb. 25.
The attsmer Atlantic and Asia, arlv
ed on Sunday vt ilb dates front Liverpool
up to the 9tb inst, neiihar briug intfl
legance of the Pacific, and lb alarm
ing relatiou to ber iafty hss been sag.
The Eropean Intelleeent ahow that
all goes favorable in the direction of
peace between Russia and th Allies,
proctoral for preliminaries for thaCon
gress at rrii, ha been signed, and it il
reported that the Emperpts of Russia
and Autlra, will visit Paris during the
An armistice from lanJ opsration on
ly, will probable be agreed upon till the
4 In of march, A'oihing of interest
comes from tke Crime, thu last of the
docks at Sevastopol ha been detroped.
Tti real interest of new by the Atlantic
ia in rcltii'iu to the prevailing excite
me lit in England, concerning the Ameri
can 'lairs. It ha been leported. on
Liverpool shenge that Mr. Buchanan
has demanded Lii patsports, aud the ab
senca of bim.ieli' and lady from soiree,
given by 'Lord' Palmerstbn, is attribu
tad to personal misunderstanding be
tween Earl of Clarendon and himself.
We have no particular of the reported
misundrsttnding, the Eiijlich paper
maintain a complete ailance on the sub
jectEarl Clarendon is reported to have
poken in a most imperious manuer to
Mr. Bucaanan, which tbe latter prompt
ly checked by clooing the intern.
High word hiving parted between
Mr. liucuna, tad Karl Clarsndon, the
matter appear to bi at a crisis' Mo
American mail his been received since
that by Atlantic, The British steam
frigate, Polyphemus, bt been to'.elly
lost, on the north west coast of Ireland
a severe norm occorred on tha English
coast, on the night of the 7t!i lust.
Many American vessels reported lo be
damaged. The London Morn ing idver
tiser states that Sir. Hear; Bulwr ba
has iutimated that he would like to act
as mediator between th British Govern
went and Buchanan.
This movement is said tobsst the
desire of Lord Palmerston.
A.i interview wnt to take place at the
imerecan Embassy's, when Sir Henry
Bulver would explain at length to Mr.
Buchanan, the compromise. tie u
prepared to recommend all othr papers
to maintain j'rofound silence upon this
inatUr. , .
la tbs House of Commons, Iord Pal
merston, ia answer to a enquiry fron
Mr,Cobden,said.lhat the correspondence
with the American Government upon
the Centrist American a IT us would
vs hen completed, be laid before the Par
The London Times of Saturday ren
ames the course taken by both the ling.
and American Cabinets in reference to
t.he existiug difficulties, sod after tenia
kin 8 lhat even the humanity, as we have
ghovvii.must have limit. He concludes
We are as desirous as Mr. Cobden
can be, but know that when a uaion be
comes too yioud to listen to reason, the
only appeal ; to arms,'
NEW YORK, Feb. 25. STILL LATER.
PROBABLE SAFETY OF THE
NEW YORK, Feb., 29.
The Baltic arrived out at Liverpool
on tbe 12th inst.
The passengers on board the Ameri
ca report that, when three ilays out
from Livernonl. ther passed a Collins
steamer, heading for the English than
uel, with a signal of distress flying at
her masthead Tbe report needs coji
hrmalion, but, if correct, tha sUamer
wm undoubtedly the Pacific.
Tba allies have exploded the lad dock
at Serastepol. Fort Nicholas was min
a. Five English regiments wer pre
paring to return. The French iriny
reveived tbe news of peace with much
The Russians in Asia, hid evacuated
part of Turkish Armenia. In the Eng
lish House of Commons on the 15th,
Mr, Roback called the attention of tbe
house to the re'ation. with tbe United
States, and moved lhat the correspond
ence be asked, first for a specific aasw-
r lo the question: Whit instructions
were given to Cramp tent Mext for so
expression of an opinion of the house,
that it was no party to violation ot
ihe laws of the Uai'.ed States. M. Uet
lie Id seconded the motion.
Mr. Palujerston defended the govern
ment, stating ibai tbe correspondence
would be furnished as soou as tbe last
despatch ol tbe American government
was answered, -
Mr. Palmerston than u tiered a fierce
invective against Robuck, staling thai
be was the tnoutb piece of calumnies
uttered by the United Sta.es, and as
bolfinua brief from tbs enemy, , be
said ha depreciated a war witb Ameri
ua, and was persuaded that the interests
ol boin couu wies w ere msepersbly bound
up witb a continuants ol Ineudljr tel
ine uaucetior ot me tiebequer is
about proposing a new jpau.ol twenty
ty millions, . r
1 be London Times reviews Mr. Sew
ard's speech, and sayaEuglaud will not
tield the suallesl, right to American
Our Liverpool correspondence give
a rumor that tbe Uttby and (zladsioue
jr;ie held a secret meeiiug. to decide
s to the to u roe they would pursue ra-
uecltog AUiencau afldirs -ihe Uitb
lies decided to support Palmerston;
tin Gladstone party decided to sbun a
rupture with the United States.
4lMister, 1 say, I don't suppose you
don't know nobody to do. nyiuiu for
someboby nohow, you flou't, do you?"
"Yes, I guess not.", ,' . ;
: '.,' . :. . V .'
National American Council. Fillmore
nominated for President
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 25.
A resolution that the National Con
vention no authority to prescribe a
platform of principle Ur this Conven
tion, and we will nominate no candi
date for President aud Yica President
who are not in favor of interdicting the
introduction of slavery north of latitude
38 dee 30 min.
Amotion to lay it on the table was
carritd yea Ml. nay 59.
Ur. Brownlow nored the Convention
proceed to a nomi nation of candidates
for President and Yica forthwith, aud
move th previous question be sustain
ed by unanimous vote,
The prospects are Millard Fillmore,
will appear as a candidate. '
The CoTentioa re-assembled and pio
ceedjd aud to ballot tor President. '
Filli iore received 179; Law 34: Bay-
nor 14; McLean 13; ballanc scattering,
rillmarsA-as declared nominated-
deaf eniug shouts.
They (lieu proceeded to Ballot for
Andrew J. Donaldjon received 131;
Gardener 30, Qeer 8; Stewart of P.,2.
JJoualilson was declared nominated
Tbe conveolious were then made un
The convention adjourned tint a'ii.
An 'American's' In dens of 'Wise
An 'American's' In dens of 'Wise Men'
The HilUborough Antrict Citiun.
a slron" advocats et'oam' tbus gives
his views of ceriam 'wite men ol tbe
Secate! The' are the opinions, howev
er, of every man in tbeSlate.who is not
carried away by prejudice, party, or tbe
conceit of a Millie brief authority;' ihe
humor is admirable!
The Wise Men lent by tha peopli to
the State capital to devise wats and
means by which to efleel a general ro
form in tbe administration of public af
fairs, have, alter lb most unwearied
labor day and night.ior near two mouths
characterized by the perseverance of an
alchemist of the middle ages and the
heroic demotion of a christisn martyr.
aided by the purifying and elevating
influences of Irequeut lasttngjand prayer
arrived tl the greatest discovery of ino
deru times; at which Philosophers and
Statesman stand aghast, and which to
tbe masses, is as incomprehensible ss
would be the announcement of the Bin
outinal Theorem. That the reader may
no longer be held in suspense w mill
state this discovery ihe Senate appoui
ted a committeewithout the concerreuce
of tlis House, to investigate tbe Stat
Tre asury refused to recognise as a com
mi-ttee of tbe Legislaluie. the mat
tr wa then disenrssed at great length
in tb Senate, aud on a final role it
wa determined with; but on one dis
senting voice, that the Senate' is the
Leaiahture of the Staia of Ohio, ii
follows of courso that the Housa is also
th Legislstuie of the State ; each the
supreme power of the State, and each
independent of the other. ' liox, this
ia something they hare not yet even
discovered in Kansas, So Ohio has the
dibtinguishebjtonor of leading th col
uron in political discoveries.
The Governor discovered, only lan
week, that he was one of the Prsideuls
of the United States, and issued his war
message accoraingiy. rowwise mn
of the Leislature of the Senate shout
Kurek over heir newly acquiied great
uess, and run like Archimides, ot old
we suppose, through the streets of the
city, prolonging Ihe cry '1 have found
it I' How much yet reuiaius bidden iu
this field of discovery, or where this
new - line of Republican achievement
willjcarry the institutions of the couiui)
or how lar it will operate to disor-gauiie
society, is not very readily seen by Urn
ininiliated. Well alter tbe vast fail
gue incident to the physical aud meni
al efforts above uaraed, soma recreation
became indispensible to the continued
vigor of mind and body, aud iu pursuit
oi this, the two Legislatures adjourned
oa Thursday at uoou, took seats in the
cars and arrived iu masse at Cincinna
li, were they proceeded at once to 'ir
rigate their systems and re ax their
minds. Of course the public pay the
expenses. It a majority ol eiiner ol
those Legislatures should be so unfor
tunate as to escape cellar holes, watch
houses, wrong cods of railroads, etc.
and again take up a position at Colum
bus we will take pleasure in further re
porting their proceedings. In justice
to Col, nyer, we must not omit to saj
that be voted against going to Cincinua
li, conscious lhat his duties required
bitn remain at the capital in the service
of the public while under their pay.'
The superiority of American inven
live genius, not only over that of our
English progeuitois, out iudeed of all
other nation has become too tangible
io be disputed. It was notorious at ibe
Word'a Fair in London, that tbe Amen
cans tar outstriped ail other in the use
lul inventions which they supplied
We beat tbe .bogusa in vessels,railroads
telegraphs aud manufactures by power,
Wears beating them in the scientific
arts ot Chemistry and Medicine, as we
have long beat the rest ot mankind-
lie w-aud practical proof of :his asser
lion, is shown iu the tact that the prin
cipU remedies of Ibe allied armies
the East are urmsb.es lrom the labora
tory of out own countryman, Dr. J. C.
atebs of Lowell is filling orders for im
mense quanaltie of bis Vhtrry Ptctori
ut and CuiAurlic ruia.tor both tbe land
aud sea lories in Turkey, His medicin
es have been Hied and ipproved by
those iuu power who have louud them
the most reliable which they could pro
cure lot the exegencies in which liiev
N. Y. City Times.
A lover, writing to his swestheartsiys:
Delectable dear! you are to sweet that
honey would bluih in your prtssnce,
and nolatiesstind appalled!? ;,.
A JEALOUS WIFE.
An anecdote is related of a wife bo
wis very jealou of hr husband, who
was a worthy member of the masons.
One evening a bundl came to the housa
lor Dim. labelled 'private. Of course
this wis sufficient for female curiosity
and therefore she indulged in an inspec
tion. Horror of horrors! blankets, ba
by' linen, birds ye, etc., greeted her
astonished gase, and dreams of two
fa m ilea floated through ber brain. Tbe
busbsud soon came in and ifter ti,
when hit wife discovered in hii eye th
tretchery of his conduct, ss she suppos
ed, he took th bundle and went out
but not alone, for tha jealous wife
was on bis track.
The faithless hnsbsnd little imagined
that she, who supposed herself o foul
ly wronged, wa hovering after him.
He aloppedat the house of a friend, who
also joined him carrying a similarbundle
The wife became doubly excited, for the
prorpicl of a companion in misery did
not impress her with the ic'.ea of a div
ision of her grief, butooly in sddiation
to it. She followed closely, ind soon
they halted beforeasmall tenement which
they entered. Here s he paused to bold
a council of war. Wlist tactics to fol
low sh was in doubt, but determined
io storm the 'ci'sdel, she knocked and
hisil. brushing by the little child. and
in a second burst npon the astonished
busbaud, the embodiment of injured in
Her feelings on beholding the scene
before her caused her 'to reflect A
poor woman on a sick bed, babe not old
enough for chnsleni ng, child in a crib
two little girl in a bed met hii ey. '
She read th story at a glance, and rtu
rncd home under the escort of ber lord
and his friend, who arsured ber that
she had discovered the great secret of
girl stepped on
steamboat as she was lying at a certain
town on the Ohio river .and bawled oat
'Is the captain aboard?"
The capitis, who wai Handing among
the crowd, responded,
'Yes. What do you wint with himr
Oh I Nothing particular, he's a dis
taut relation ot mine, aud Id like to
A relation, of yours?' inquired be
'Yes.a slight relation. He's the fath
er of ray first cbi'.d.'
You'd better believe the captain slop
3d, while tha crowd enjoyed the sport
to their heirts content.
.The tax law of Ohio has beeu de
clared unconstitutional in two districts
particulars by seperate and different
courts. The Supreme Court of th U.
S. decided that it inf'rigtied the consti
tution of the United Spates by impair-
ing tl obligation ot contracts in tlie
mode of taxing certain chartered banks.
The Supreme Court ot Ohio adjudged
that the law iulringed the State Con
stitution. lv allowini? deductions ot
debts ft oin Monies and credits in listing
property. Each of these Courts is the
Court ot the last resort ia the cases de
cided, No court exists which can re
view the decision of either ol them: and
they being the guardians of the consti
tutions, so to speak, their, interpreta
tions ot the constitutions must stand
stand, until they change them, or the
constitutions are themselves changed.
Tlie members of the O.iio Legislature
have sworn to support both these con
siilutions, thus authoritatively declared
to have boi-n infringed; and here are
two very pretty and exactly parallel
casts lor ilu-ir oaths to apply. The
case identical in prnciple, lliey run on
all lours until they arrive in the Ohio
Senate, ii ere they are lound by the as
sem bled wisdom to be dirterent.
bill is here introduced wiiich religious
ly respects one constitutional decision
coolly sets the other at defiance One
oath is of 60 high and holy a nature,
that to a ereat right, tlie Senators will
not seem to do a little wrong; tue outer
sworn to at the same time.ir as worths
less aud inoperative at it would have
been if taken by so manydicers. j ne
oath to support the constitution of the
Uuited States is lmpregnaoie aim
guards the bankers; . the o.ath to sup
port the constitution oi unio is not
woitna rusn, ior it is not to maintain
the constitutional judgment of the court
of the last resort in tue matter o de
We do not know by whet Bunsby
sort of logic tnis outrageous nonsense
and shameless inconsistency will be
defended. :. In our judgment it is n in
stance ot reckless disregard of all prin
ciple, ar a specimen of the most lam
entable fatuity ever heard of in a legis
lative body. It resembles the juggle
and chicanery of a gang of pettifoggejs
and perjurers at the bar of the Old bail-
ev. rather than the deli Derail ve conci
sion of a senatorial assembly. .While
tb e constitutions remains a they are
the judgement of seach of the courts
must stand until tt cuanges it, ai we
uuderstand the question, if thess'jhdg
meats may be assail by reason and a'.
gument, we are prepared to show that
of the Federal Court ought to fall first;
based m it is npon blind adherence
an insensate precedent. If there is any
man weak" enough to contend, thai,
outside -of this precedent, there if ' law
or reason to declare, "that the taxing
power of the State was not equal to
this exercise of it, we should be gladjto
attend to him. If there is any man bad
enough and bold enough to maintain-
that banks, upon the merits, ought not
to be iaxed as much aa otner corpora
tions and individuals; we should like
to have (he opportunity to denounce
bim.Sttltsman, -' : j , , :
A Womv ia BiEECHSj. The Rock
Island Argua, narrates a queer case, -
which cZine before the police court of
the city one day last week. A conduc
tor on tbe Rook Island rail road arrived
in lhat city, iu company. with wbalep
peired to be a young man. Their names
were registered at the hotel a "W. H.
Dridteman, Chicago, 'and "the. t'beli
Chicago," and tney occupied the tenia
room together, fson.e circumatanca
caused suspicion in regsrd the young
gentleman's gendr, in consequence of
which Mr. Phelp went over to Usven-
port, while Mr. BriJgeinen returned to
Several, days after llm ocenrreuoe, a
couple of Rock lalinl policeman,- fan
cying they smelt a rat, arretted Mr. C.r
Phelp and took bim belore a rnegiitai
where be owned up thit he wa not a
mm at all, but a woman, all but ih
wardrobe. He (or ahe, we ahould (ay)
told a pitiful story of having been se
duced, end how, like 3ulia in pusruit of '
"Not like s woman;
but wit'i nidi weed
As may beseem iome well-deputed pate-"
she wa euieavorin; to find her tatse
hearted lover. The musistraie, how
aver, strange that magistrates should
be so unfeeling sent he to jail to await
trial on a charge of weaiing male at
tire. The joke of the offense being a flu
of 120, these gentry wrrs told lhat they
could deposit witb tlie jailor and
tan her out. W hen nilit had drawn
ber curtain io that ti, fair one would
not b nbservnil, tbay procerde to (he
jail, taking with -them a newlboy w ho
run on tbe Rock Island train, paid tn
repuired ransom aud look th captive'
away, having fai nevtboy in htraciT"
The next morning tbe boy . was brought
attempting to pan himulf off at a girl,.
We lake it that the magistrate had tbs
best end of the joke after all.
A LIVE WHIG.
[From the Daily Plain Dealer.]
A meeting of the fiepmllicansof Cuy
abega Couuty, nine ill told, wai lielit
at the CouA'House, Feb. 10th, and ap
pointed 28 delegates lo attend the Re
publican Convention at Pittsburgh the
i'Jnd, most of w hom have belonged, to
the Whig Party, it remains to be seen
how many of these twenty-eight men
named will attend the ' Ccnveuiion and
enlisl In a party certain of defeat now.
and forever, and if perchance success-.
ful would only produce anarchy aud
confusiou, Black Republicism is tha (
concentration of all isms, and ia no go
as a national concern, ll only looks
support from the Fre Slat, and com
mon sense and all auctions show it cu
nartr prevail. " . .
The great question of Slavery must .'
be managed' by tbe great political part
ies maii up from bulb side of Mason'
and Dixon's Hue, and nut by a lot of
Spirit Rapping fuuelua of th IS'orth,
whose ancestor siol tbe begroe and
sold them to tbe South. Massachusetts
would no go iuto tb national compact
without the privilege of stealing nt-
groei focweuty year, and the clause
in the constitution allowing th lv
trade wa put iu by tbeii vote and fur
the i r benefit, and of this beautiful prog
eny begotten by negro stealing are not
willing to have slavery managed as il
wssby Mr, Clay, Webster, and Fill
more, then they must have it managed
as it by lit. Pierce on the .principle
of iqua'.ier sovereignty,', There i uo
alternative, A one iJei Republican
can never get into the Presidential
chair, nor any one nominated by that
part;, and tliofe indiiiduult w ho bel
onged to th old glorious whig party
should never detuenv themselves by stick
an association as tliU. Their mission
nvjn, u ,ui riil. cuniiiciiru aim ,
practicable liberty lo all race, and to- '
preserve lb Union. Such is their his
tory, and whenever the great majority
act, either iu coucrn or individually it
must be in accordance witb their good
name, and lo the interest and gtory or
their whole couuiry, '
[From the Daily Plain Dealer.] AN OLD WHIG.
Senator -Kellet, who is . resolved to
lead, aud will Itad this fusion Legisla
ture, has suddenly become sunned about
tbe people's money, - - .
While the lamp ol lile holds out to burn,
The vilest siuuer may wtuio.'t
It is lime he was 'uaiiiug atonement "'
for the sacritices he mad lor our peo
ple, when; like a "hoarding Jtw," he "
sold our stocks at half price, aud grw
rich upon ipeculatioiu. All vlbirs
musf stand aside and follow, like cow
ard slaves, tha bidding of thi "griof
aw," He want the people' money
placed in the bauds of the "Trust Com
paiiy," and hi brood of vulture banks,"
aud wiff have it, or feel insulted. Th
Fuud Commissioners ira already crushed
at hi despotic eet, and now he aim
bi shaft at the Treasurer- - He' respects
no one but timseif'. U i 0 r I'
Let the work go on. . Give ua hard
money,s our ne Tieasurer certainly -will
under the system of Mr, iviLur-
Th. I J l . . . I ( . . II
us kuuu uaja ui . yiuuw mmt uivut.
are at baud. W are advised ill I lb
present Tieasurtr ba cut off all'oauk1"
accouut, intends tv exclude all loreiga"
paper, with the design of . making all
collections and fliabursiaieuta upoa a
apecie baia. . This is what we what and
"' 1 ''
'Tni YiitiiTso cu't Taaa tu
"FixiHtt." -An impression ble, Yan
kee thu describe his experience of tha '
society of the fait sex j
a i:..i. ' -l - -. : u. .- i .
.a tikua giuT mil up uij ucbii, aa
tides stir up the ocean, . ,
As uew-jhite muslin, whin aite first,
wake many a curious notion. V
All tort of lady fixing thrill vay
feling jhy'd orter, .
And IUU imiljgilir boot are detl
aid nothing shorter, , .