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" frVBLISHED EVERT TIIUISDAf , MORHWO. i
; tEORG? WEAVER, JEDITDR AND PROPRIETOR.
John II. Wrightj Printer. , . .
" tlTICI Tkllmiuigs Building Third Hour-
Main Street South PWi ',
Term $1,76 per nnum in advance.
frharaday Evening, Moy 97.18M
.'-, Cos o LocoroooisM. The Journal has
lengthy article upon the cost'or legislation
'the past win eras compared with the cost
I when the State was in the hands pf the
i. Whigs. Bays that papor "There are ninety-six
members of the House, and thirty-five
, Senators. Tho per diem pay of .those mem-
tiers was raised from .three lo four dollars.
The total number is 131, exclusive of the
' Lieutenant Governor, who receives five dol
ing per day. The per diem of members alone
"amount to $62,880. Add the salary of the
. Lieutenant Governor, and there is $63,480,
for this item,"
" Again "It will also be remembered that
1 the present Legislature has raised the wages
of clerks, assistants clerk, sergeants-at-arms
: and assistant seageants, from three to four
' dollars per day. Not knowing precisely how
many, or at what time any portion of this
, standing army was discharged, we cannot
give the precise figures for this item, but
from what we learn from others, we are as
. sured that it will amount of itself to over
TWEWTT THOUSAND DOLLARS. A lid t6' this
the mileage of members, and the sum totul
. will amount to about ninety thousand dollart.
: Let it be remembered that this does not in
clude the expense for stationery, printing,
' &c. It is confined entirely to tho compen
sation paid to tho members, the clrrks, &.C.
'By comparing the price of this Legisla
ture with that of the Whig Legislature, as
above, it will be seen that the session just
closed, has cost the pcopls of the Stutc ov.'r
THREE TIMES as much as they did when
tjnder Whig control. ...
'There will be some beautiful develop-
' ments, hereafter, about the items fur print
ing during the session. The bill for ;his
purpose will probably be between twenty-five
. and thirty thousand dollars. Some time since,
the Statesman office had been paid twenty thou
sand dollars on tho bill for this work, and it
is rumored that the Auditor was shamefully
abused because he declined to give orders
, for further amounts till a bill for the work
done was presented. - When the item, end
that for paper, &.C., is all ascertained, it will
lie found that tho firtt session of the first Le
gislature of Ohio under the new constitution,
will cost the people of the S'ate about ONE
' HUNDRED and TWENTY-FIVE TUOU-
SAND DOLLARS! .The session this full
and winter, will probably swell the amount
to fully twohundred thousand dollars.
"A heavy Item in the total of expenses,
has been the amount paid to extra clerks, and
extra scrgeants-at-arms. This has been
enormous, far beyond all former precedent. .
We sincerely trust this abuse will be check
, ed in future, as tho tax payers have been
' badly imposed upon in that branch of the
-public service. '
"We present these facts and figures to the
tax payers or Ohio.' We ask them to ex
amine them, and then determine tho ques
, tion, whether it is for their interest to be
.longer humbugged and gulled by these prat
; ers about economy,' retrenchment and ro
It is to be hoped that in a short time, wo
will have the official, documents, when tho
' people will be convinced that, under Loco
foco rule, they pay a very largo sum for a
very small amount of bad legislation.
.. .Light Fioya. The Dayton Gazette has
hfifin informed bv commission merchants of
. ' that place, that considerable loss has been
' Buffered this Spring on flour shipped from the
. Miami Valley to New Orleans, in conse-
huence of licht wcieht. Several lots have
been returned within the past few days,
r which fall from one to two pounds belnw the
lefral standard of weieht. - A deduction of
twenty-five cents is made on each barrel thus
deficient, and as the loss falls upon the man
ufacturer. ereater care would seem to be
necessary on the part of millers, in this mat
ter, than they are accustomed to exercise.
It is an expensive business to keep a pound
1 of flour of each barrel they, pick, and have to
pay for it at tho rate of 49 a barrel.
. From Coukcil Bluffs. The officers of
stoamer Saranak arrived at St. Louis on
; Monday, from Council Bluffs, which place
ahe left on the 12th inst., report somo arti
cles of provisions and groceries remarkably
high. Flour was very scarce and selling at
.10 and 13 per barrel.- The S. carried up t
lot of fin barrels, which was sold directly up.
on arrival it 10. She also had a small quan.
tity M'sA .11, which went off as rapidly at 10
per suck.' The current rate of flour, when
buu;ht f the dealers in KanesYille, was 6
,and 7 per 100 pounds, and 8 cents per pound
for salt. Other provisions were abundant
and Cheap. - ' ' - " '"'
. Ftoufc Tjude qr CHiLi.Three and a half
millions of gold wcro sent last year by of
,ficial roturns-to Chili from San . Francisco,
and of this, the large amount of two millions
was paid for Chili Flour, imported into San
Francisco. This flour, a superior article, is
sent in sacks, and, what is rather singular, it
is manufactured principally by Americans,
who have established mills in Chili, since the
Acquisition of California. . "
. - A Cleveb Wobcah. The Milwaukie Com
mercial acknowledges the receipt of a dol
lar from "a lady ' subscriber,"' who selects
that paper because "she it fond of romance
and thinks the democratic press deal very
largely in that commodity." ; ' '.x1' , 't
Rub It. Don't fail to read the very pret
ty ftory in to-dayVpape..v ' '
TheFigat PaontrssiKo. In reply to an
article in the Ohio fHiUesman, rhirging the
editor oYlh M. unt Vernon Banner with base
motives iq his attack upon the now Warden
of the Peniteutiury and insinu'tting that the
Banner man is not as holy as he mijht be,
the htter branches out tolerably extensVly
nd after repi Iling the charges against him
self, retorts upon tl.dury as fullows: . .
, "Had bowed the knne to BOand
shinjted vive la S.imu 1 M 'dary, wo mifflit
still perhaps enjoy the confidence and friend
ship of thitt di(iiiitry. For it has always
been his policy to eulogize his Mi-kspittli s,
and to denounce and alms" men of real mer
it and moral worth.
M7l 1- i. -
m.nt nm r,.l in lh,. S, tt.lw.m l. I... ...
abuse.!! Where is the imlep- m'en' n.ind-d Tn' ?,t ' cr-d.bly Inform-d
man that he hnn not libeled I Wl,i,h of the "j ' V ' ?'V?r ore !". ,b"en dlH
prophets of tb- D moerucv has 1k not t .n-.l l! Dr' Mn'tl, V"""' ' U"''
and bel(,ed politicul y fo,p'ut todeathi Gov-1 'n, bi eounty. Tin discovery wis
erB:l wbollv bv aeliish int rests-the tru
princi.ues o: ia m icniry iieuig a secol
considerution wiih him-he .a l,,r .
uvea upon tne puune i'r"au'y, and now
claims it by a sort ot'rlivine right, opposition
to which is sure to in ur his bitterest maledic
tion. This is our only offense it is the only
ofi'onse of every promin-'nt demoernt upi.ii
whom he has waged this system of guerrilla
war.'? u . i . . i . . .
But as if this was not enough to bring the
EJitorbf the Statesman upon his knees and
l.irce him to sue for mercy, Dunbar shame
fully hurls tho folluwing tough brick at his
Now can the E litor of tho Statesman In
form the Democracy what has become of the
"nUAgr quires!" H-w they have been ac
counted for tq the proper, department &c!
This may become an. important item in the
re luvition of the t ixes; und a.i he has re
ceived uior; mowy from the State Treasury,
as State printer, than was cv r drawn by
any other living man for liko services, it is
but proper th it he should jve s imc account
of the roams of qu isi quires that came int j
his hands as Statu printer.
The Statesman editor has ihn witness staiol,
and silence is respectfully silicited in the
Court of th.) People. ' Wh.it has become of
the"quHHrquir('s!" As tlie 'question' is pu!
this time, by u Democratic contemporary, it
into be hoped that the editor will not plead
his privilege and refuie to answer for fenro
We hope the Democratic masses, we meiin
honest men, will- lock upon this fiht ond
learri frotn it what kind of men have hitherto
led the party and framed its principles. Are
they not in very bad company!
Libi rtv PAifiy. J. lines G. Birney! Ger-
ret. Smith aud Win. Council orw out with an
appeal for a large attendance at the Liberty
party convention in Buffalo on the 1st of
' GaviiaxME.iT Buili:ihgs- at Pittsburgh.
The contract for building the new Cus
toui House and Post Office, corner ufith ati'1
Smithlii 1J streets, Piltsluirgli, bus been giv
en to George Thompson, of Allegheny city.
His bid is 40,000-. - - - - '
AB-DEL-KAbER. An IIII.UillJ IllleCllote is
related ul this illustrious Arnbiun Chief, who,
to the eternal disgrace of France, is still a
prisoner ol btuto. at Aniboes' 114 l.itely
employed a competent -pi rs it to givj.lrs
lour clulilri n Jessons in writini'. The teach-
r tilled tlntank in tli in-.Ht x inplary man
ner; treating his little pupils wuli the ul
inoKt kindness. The brave father .being
very gratelul, -bethought h!m of making the
teacher a present us a mark of ette m. and,
after mueb cointutioii,conelii(led to jrivo linn
one of his Arabian wives. The Frenchman
in vain endeavored to explitin 'hut he alrea
dy hod a wife, and that tlio European law
only allowed him one. Ali-U :l-Iv'ad- r tlu't
the writing master wished to , bo ceremo
nious, and persisted uvmt pi-rsevenngly in Ins
offer, Ktating in a courteous manner, that
ho would still have four wives left enough,
in the name of Allah, for a poor prisoner.
The matter ended, and the writing mister
was rest u.'d from this ludicrous dilemma by
his wife the original European one car
rying him oil' from the chief's presence,, and
prohibiting bun Iroin cverreturnuiir th'-re. .
' JVteYori- Picayune.
Feabful l'ni:iJicAii.NT. Oiirr 'iidors will
rem.-iiiber that o lire lately oc. urr. d in the
Tract House in this city, S mater th firo,
a glazier was utwork repairing the windows
in the fifth story. In repairinir one of them
he sat, with thu window partially raised, in
the window space,!) sback toward th" street
Attempting to raise th; window further sud
denly, his h ind slipped, und, loosing his bal
ance, he fell back, and would h ive fallen fiva
stories to the street and been dash' d to death,
had not two young ludi 's working close by,
observed him on the instant, and Kt'l?..d him
by tho legs as he was actually falling, in
which position th. y held him until help, at
tracted by their cries, ciime to his relief. It
required Hie strength of three m-n to pull the j
glazier up, yet these two brave girls held him ; '. At tno latter place ma passengers
fast for sum.! minutes, V whole body, s ive . 80nt af,huri!. ani tIlt) isscl cL-unsed.
his legs below th- knees, h inging suspi nded, Scioto bazclU;.
to tho terror of the crowd below, over the! - Hon. John . M. Clavun is industriously
street. A".. Y. Mivor. 'cultivating' his farm, tbre miles from N W
- . ' P:m le. F .lavvurn' und. insteud of rilllllillir a
iKSTA5Ti.yniLLED.-A company ui young,
men Iroin this c ty wetit over,
on ti shouting excursion, on
to K ntucky
r riuuy , iusi.
Towards evening one of the party, named
John Mink, a Geiman who had wandered
oil troiu his coinruiit'S, wus espiedatii- dis
tance, Beaten Ut IIIHU aiOg.Wllll nuUllllg LUl
bis head visible, and supposed by all to be
, i ' ' f ' . j
gan e-a rabbit Ono t,t the party named
Goidiler leveled his p,em and Bred. Goinjr ,
to ho spot in search ol hi. game, he belie 1
gun having entered in the back part of trial
. mi. I ... ' .
minsfton, Boone county. The partv -reached
. . . . ' '
iit'ttd. t ins saa casuaiity oocored near Wil -
.....a w. i, wwuuv vwu.ii, , . .iy 1,1 . , uttwuru
honm yesterday morning, bringing with th m
the dead body mfyounjr M-ink. which was bu.
ried yesterday afternoon. No blame is nfr
ached to Goehler, ftho has since manifested
much regret and grief. VVe understand that
Mr. M. leaves a wife and child to mourn
his loss. , . ':''
We arc indebted to an officer in Covington
for the particulars. CfucMmnfi Nonpareil.
Fecunditt ExTBAoBBiMAir Tho-Melanges
' Rifligiux records the death of-Mr.
Charles Boucher ol' Berthier, District r
Wonireui, at mo auvanm-u )o oi iuo. .lie uangnig uiiuaoii, ueur c ju,,ii.o.. : .
was married to three wives, with iwhom he feVDcan Swift says: "It la with iittlo
had 60 children! He leave to deplore bis goued pe pIe itU iith nlrrow necked bot
loss, 43 children, 68 grandchildren, 13 Uea, the leaa th y hivoin them, tha more
great grandchildren, 28 nephews, 70 grand noi(!e mako & -oUrlng u out.. ,
nephews, 18grfeatgrand nephews, and a large , .' -. . : ; v; .'.k
nnmhnr nf friends, who assisted at hia fu- Rit Pr.Br,K hava been sent to the Lnna-
neral which took place on the 13th of April!
with great aoleoinity.-rlocA. :- I
Fatal AxitleiU.V learn vorbslly that u
young mm, n.tmed Gideon 8pr-nrer, roid'n
with A. B. Mellek. near Rushi-ilK In this
county, met with a sad aciidi nt which caus
ed bis death. It appears that he was going
out gunning early this morning and had ta
ken down aguo, which had been loaded and
capped last cvening.of which fact he Was
probably ignorant. In attempting to blow
in the. muzzle, it is supposed that ho acci
dentally touched the trigger, whnu the gun
went off, discharging its cont' nts in the up
per part of the uv u:i and passing through
tht? bruin. His death was instuiitancous.
I'lHOVr.BT OF A HtLVER aiiSE IK It.moiS.
i mad by the D ictor. in i x !
I . . " l"V ",'.c,or- 1,1 .' ;."-.n ' 0i
' i" "' r' u wii'ir in- took 10 uc
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B"vrr ".re- u "MM lo lie certain, lie sent
to St Louis lor u mineralogist, who-, in unu-
lyz.ng tm ore, extra.-tcd about 13 percent,
of pure silvr, und ab ,ut 20 per cent, of iron
and lead. The ground is of a scrubby and
barren appearance. .Dr. Smith has since
deeded the greater portion ol' the l iu-.l. Fur
ther explorations ure being made, sml iti3
thought silver or will be found to b us abun
dant thvre, us gold in Culil'oruia. Tin above
facts were communicated by a g.-ntl in m,
who wus an eye witness of the an ilyzing of
tho ore, und can therefore be relied on. '
Burglary. Tlie store of Robert Sharp,
in Chauncey, v. os bn.k n into on night last
week, and goods t the umannt of s!x or se
ven bun lrod dollars stolen. A young man
named William S. NobL b 'in.x suspicion d,
was followed Hid arrested at Pomen.y us he
was ubout getting on a bout. A large -im
unl of t ;e stolen property was found in
bis possessiun he was brought back to this
place, tried before Justice D ina, b.iind i.V T
to Court and lodged in jail. We forbear giv
ing further partkulurs, although there seems
to be little or no dcubtof hi guilt. .
Others ar impli ated, it is said, in the
r-.bliery, und tho offiotrs arc on the Wk-ut.t
'or th mi . ' . .
This makes th" third time that Mr, O.'s
store Ins beeu broken opvn in tlu course of
a few years. Athens 'Mlsvoiq.
Sad Catastrophe filcaml oat Burned.
Th. Steamer Southerner, of the Toleiloand
CI. veland line, which left Toledo lust ni'tfit,
br'ngs intelligence that the Steamboat T'. l
egraph was discovered off Turtle Inland
Litrht, about one o'clock this morning com-'
; I Mel enveloped in flames, dipt. 1-hf.att
ol tliu S"Uthernerf ran his bout uioiigside as
near as he could approach, but could discov
er no human fit-lasr on u; near her undther .'
I'ure I'oni'judes thei-.; iij reus .n tufuarthat
her i utiro tew siifl'ert'd a horriblj death
from the Haines. , The Telegraph was a small
boat use d us atowiug cruft, her ollici rs ami
cr w m.tnh rin six to tight in: n. . Cupt.
Pisr.ATT I, ft th - burnin .r wre ck at about 3 o'
cl'n k Ibis. Morning. Tlu origin o.l thilire
fj5"TiierB has bcn some' ("l-iputfl among
the n wspapersus to Wh- lier'Ueii. C-ss i
poliii .-ally dead or n it. We are en illeil tu
imioiin. o uu'lioritt'v' ly th ;t he is. At b
lat ' visit to the Spirit R ipiiin.'.s, we th ju . ht
or Cener.il Cass,, nil in utn d whethl'r tli.
spirit or g!f .-ut of the Person in our m'nd Was
pr. sent.' 'Tito respons . came "yes." "W.
uski.d lrui what he di 'd o1', and he in r.irnt-il
us that he died of old I'Vy?sm. vt e in'i.irei!.
i. h'J w-ts happy, un l he Hui.l that the "u )ise
and confusion" were so i;r at that he could
not answer. Louisiil'c Jow.nrl.
Mavhf.. Several lumps of gold were dis
covered in a riivine in the village of Jlfneral
Pint, Wisconsin, on the 1st inst , worth
lronii'2 to lj.4. On tho Monday following,
lul the town turned out to search for the
'hidden treasure," and in a short time found
a "lead," containing gold, silver and dia
monds, und I ef.ire Mood, $200 worth of these
preeiuis in ?tals weru taken from tho earth.
This is the rej.orl!
.Shkkp Killed. Oil M)hd.iy' night' last,
several dogs jr .t ammig thesheep of Alr.J hn
Blair, near Georgetown, Ohio, and-killed
twenty-seven of them. The last Legislature
passed a law rendering the owner or hur
borer of any dog liuble for the value of sny
sheep killed or injured by such dog; and au
thorizes the killing of any dog caught in the
act of obtaining mutton in such -a way.
Scrgical Oi'lbatioH. We yesterday
saw a speiimen of (fortunately a rare (lis-
ease) Oftea Hi'coma ut t..e urm. The- unit
wus amputated - at tho tdiuuldcr j tint, on
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I '...',.., ,. n.i,i-w.;..ii n .....
uiiderstand, is amongst tho most difficult and
fearful ill surrerv. The patient, a lady, is
doing very well, wo learn, and there la- very
prospector a perfect and speedy recovery.
Ut. Isiuis Siynal, Wh ijist.
OCyMr. Ljvy, a young German, just arriv
ed from the province of lias-Rhim, France,
informs us that the st 'Minor on which he came
to Louisville, buried I.j persons who died of
cholera, between Now Orleans and Vicks-
roe jit eonipetitors iu the political field,-
js rrideii'vorin to distance his ovtrseor in
agricultural uursuits. Ea. h has s i cteil Ins !
li Id. und a wuir r li s between them which t
shall produce th richest crop iroin lus allot.
ted portion. Adas,
' ' . T.,,!T.Tr. A arritprln
. .W stt " T"'. U" ,TE? STf T, EZ r,
the L im on Times estnn ites that Irom loao
. ,s.;0i thtr0 haV, 8,,tt 1n the United
9 ,,54U,351,of whom 250.OOOh.K- since
.. ; , atillalive. The num.
- - Top Navy Department his dy ;rtised Tor
: i ........ ..,.1,, 1 r. nu. n . tlnna ul 11..H mil.
, pron i'HV ""t""- ."" "
' They must .ave.thu jfMum -article- This
. !u ' lJ l tl.i n.i.inn nii..ius hb
quantity is regarded. by. ttc young nHittt. as
rutker small, niost ol -tintu uejng wiuiMnw,
! milk acarce on boardJ.- . - .... .... ;
I fjy-Mr. T. W. Misly, tho proprietor of
theM ely Mansion," was held to bail on
Saturday ui'tornoon by Es v Reily, in the
aum of l00, to answer the charge buing con-
I r.,n,iA in th robberv of D.inis Johnea at his
house on Friday afternoon. Cinf. Citizen,
St'icipE. The Hocking Sentijftel states
thata man named Crris Laoniis.'committed
suicide on Tuesday . nivht or last week, by
tic Asylum, in Indiana, within the. last fix
month of the Bpiritua Rapping -v .r;
OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1852.
WAsmxoTuit, May 25 II mVm, Rssk,
Cass, Douglass, King and Dickenson hav
.11 writti u Ueci.ive L tturs in favor. f main
tuiniiig the Comprouiiso ut the cost of a veto.
The Liquor bill has passed tho Mirylatl.t
nuse. ' ' ' . r i.
It is said that th" Union Democrats of the
South have drswa up a skillfully word.-d
pledge, embraciii U general approval ur nil
'.he provisions o; th-- Constitution, and u
fpeciul ruti.-urrencc'of the Cimipromiso ns a
finalitv, which is to bo pres. nt-d to ovjry
CHnJiJate ul tlis party, provivus to the ai ni-
bligu of tho National CIIVulitioll. Ail
those who rTu
elusion it will be placed uit-
on the suspicious list
frivatn ucci.OntB ircnn Nasavillostato that
0D' u.'-1 u ,V"?tr?.od Wiliiaius m th
ing had been held and oirly mx persons were
in favor of their course of proceeding.
muui,m, o.-tvj.ujc. .ur.
r lurenct uuiiiituu a bill lor better guaroing
against steamboat accidents, by punisbing.
Tuc consideration of the pre-emption bill
ruauiiiiHi.. mo ul'iiuiu iuuhuiucih
was rejected and the bill passed.
jiuuso iiit'ii wviu iuio coiiiiiiuii-e 01 me
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W, i. i. i
llili Mini tn.ik ,nl tor Inmun fiillir.irirl,.
tl ia bill, R hell a-long polticul dc-batu ciisuu.
Mr. l'oik uul hu bciicvod evury uiraiiL lo
the Pr.'itiil. ,1. v in tin, r)eiiiiicr..iii'. n..rlv I1.1
1 I j
written letters taking tho L'round. that if e-
iJctea th. v wculd vtto'anv bill turiilteration
or repeal of the mgitive siuve law. He ask -
td Mr. White 01 Ky ., i h was prepared to
the suine lor Air. Scott,, iir. W.
plieu liu trusted Jlr. bcoit WoUiU inuk-J no
such ileclaraliun in ailvanci. old Cherubu's
co would not take his position atMtO, una
ail u;lu,iou U hisdeceusod rc-Utivc-.ur-
tliershai-pUiojtin.' ensued, when the com-
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l i'i. .. t In . . II' Ki :l. l. . '.If.ll.r, 11. ru. 11. tlx
iiiv t u 'itive slave Uw, was pr-.scnleu. 31
Hive Slave law, Was pr.sc.it :ii. Mr.
Suti.iur pro'cjcilea t'j explain it. -Tno Chair
culled ii i ii i to oruer. An exciting debate en
sued.' Tuc luuuurial Was D.-iLly laid uu the
laOtii. : -. -
Tae. S.nato subiC uc:it!y tjokup the de-
AvlJoUrned with-JUt taking quoutiun oil thj
JIaV 21. iRiitii. Mr. Mullury presented
the pttiliuU ol James Montgoiuuy, oiierine
Cuiirtss tlw beuetil of li.a important iu
Vs'Utiou to prevent trteum (iUabters, awd utk
ili'J tho coastruutioii ii u U;ai.ie.' oil m:
luudei, bv vhich he piopusl's fo curry mJis
j between' Ni-W York and Livc'r-fo.! i:i ri
I Hulls reiiUi.iud UiJ coiitideration of thi.-
..bill granting iiiiiJ unJ rylit oi way to
souri to uid in cjiMtructing the Kt. J ..5 ; hs,
llaimibal und fjt. L'.tiis Kailroa-J. 'flu main
U siuii was o.-Jered to uo pul, by a yuj i.
da lo 70. Air.iioi-ock luvvtd the bi.l Or
i.u.i jii Uio t-blj. N .-gatiVJ y
Washixotos, May 2S- S
.-as 71, n :ya
ucituliiu uUiciu.inciic was that making nu u,
pr.pii.aion ol .-s3,:;uiJ trip to th ; Cvilisi..
one. instead ut tn present uiio.vance, w.tu
tlio proviso that II shall b.i in the power 1 1
Coiigrew, at uny tinu all-.-r lh-cember, lij-i,
U""U"' Mm arrang. ruentj KlucU was
5! '; A'i'
;l,rl!lcr U!Wlucnt-. the bill wus ordered U
io I .iniii:i, te tlm urraiij;, n.ei.t; ulucb was
Tlu bill to euuble the Govcrumcut to
jeepeli passes oi thu Mislssijipi was p issud.
Ani jU.'lie.l. "
Itinuii yesterday ordered the bill donating j
laiius tu uiu in constructing thu M.-Joscplis.
llaiinibul und St. Ljuis ltailroad, to bo en
grossed for its third reusing, t'onsiderutiuii
resumed to-ilt;y, wluu the previous nu s'ion
on its pass igo was seconded, but Mr. Junes, j
oi Tuniiessue, inJvd to lay the bill on the j
table, expressing th.' hjpu tiiat it would bj !
kept there unlii after the Democratic Con-1
vi ntion. !-..-.
Toe question was tnk.n on the bill and it
was passec yeas 103, nays 7ti. . It appro
The Holism tli. n wait into committee or
the wbolo ..nd took up the tndiun appropria
tion bill. Adjourned without coming to u
Boston, May 25. New. England Anti
Si. very fcjjiieiies met to-day. Euinuild
Quincy was appointed President.' In 'the
co4trse oi a speech. Mr.. Garrison, asked
what should bj expected of the" Church in
present circumstances! Two Presbyterian
Assemblies n session where they eoul.l say
nothing in bululll of liberty, oed the M tho
dist CoiiUTen.e placing thenisi Ives under,
the iulluence of a slave-catching city gov-,
eminent. ' Here the greatest slave-hunter in
tho country opeus his lips to blaspheme li
berty. IS. i. Foster ulso bitterly denounced
W. Uster. '", ' " "
B.iSTJsi, Miy 26. Anti-Slavery Conven
tion still in session. Proceedings to-day Con
fined to bitter denunciation ui tho Church,''
Destructive flie raging in the woods of
Maine, materially interrupting R lilro id tra
veling on the Atlantic and CJu Liwrence
line. .;.. ... :, ' '
Odd Fisllotvi In Pcnnsylvmia.:
PnitADELPAUf May 25th Thi Grand
LoiUe of the Independent Order of Odd
F- llows, o'this State, udjourned y(wterXiy
The only important ('eaturo In the business
trans icteu during the sesuon, was tho pas
sage of a resolution refusing to recognize the
W.dow's and Orphan's Asylum, ineorporat
cd. at the, last sesai l;n of tho Legislature bfl Don Juan R mos, oWi" i.ihnd of Porto Rico,
Pennsylv tnia.and furthermore, calling upon j by tho agency of which Muscovado Sugars
thii M. W. G. Master to forthwith demand may be manufactured irt iiicTeascd quanti
tjie. charter aud properties of such lodges as ties of superior quality, and at much less ex-
are connected with it, and suspend them.
The effect or this movement will bo to ex
clude eight or ten of the best lodges in the
State, which, will f-irm .the nucleus of the
s -conil Grand Lodge, which it js inteiiiieii to
establish as soon as thd proper authority is j
-1.1 .! .1 . K P n ,1 T n.l rtn eT I i .-i FT '.
. . .-..-.a.
obtained from tho Grand Lodge ol the y.
- C ount erfriter Ai rcsted.
;' CmciXNATi, May 27. A supposed coun
terfeiter named John 8. Collins, who k 'pt
4 grocery dn the corner of John and Chest
hut streets, was arrested last night and a
quantity, of fiyeJ dollar counterfeits on' the
State Batik of Ohio found in his possession.
- . : ; .,.,... a-
" ' " Scn-tt iii WItlnei1 . -
Augusta, May 2G. TheWuig'Cohven'
tl-m yest.;rduy ' chose Scott "del .-gate to. th
WbieTV .'tional Convention.
... , Ship liurned. , ,
( CaAKLStto'it, Miy 25.-T-Tha." ship Pren
tice, or Bevery- alabaactiusjtts, took are in
the, boli) this morning, -whilo loading for
t Havre. r,K) bales of cotton wero damaged,
' Th cargo waiintfored at Ham. ,
Arrival Irom Kuroa.
. Nw York, Miy 20 The Cambria brings
Jul. iruiii Liverpool to the 15th. '
Business at Maftchuter very active. - Ac
counts front the mamtiacturiagditric(s gwn
ernlly stirctory. ' ..-.
lirt.atufl t-very department dull, aud
buyers reserved; prices mostly nominal, ex
cept lor American flour, which ishelJ linn.
Arrivals' of 25,000 barrels American flour,
Which is'tho principal featurwof the iwixirts.
oltlie iwin.rU. i
Frtiehts exceedingly ow-10ailstoNw
Yoik. Packets .uT.lif passengers at Xi.
31 m y abund-ut. Bullion iu the bank
iicreaiug. Amountato about Jt20,000,000.
tSuLASU. RcSyJutioll to abwlisb thtf lUI-
iiv ls is ii'.nr jjut aLji i m an aLivtr Lisu-int in t
tL r.i..,t.,l :.,. 5.n,l t .,.,., t
imitit i y force to Australia. Wootlmi man.'
uiacurers aro alarmed at the prospect of a !
..h - Ckncy of wool from Aust.aiU. The
wj. Captain Howard, of the slilo R ;.
n.,vtion, made e deposition concerning ships
.eon tiy Mm in ice, supiHS to be franklin's.
i He thiuks tney were whalers. - i
I FcE.-f eoth of Blay fete purely mill-
tal.r. B;xtv thousand troops and hall a mil-
i li,,n eitiz. nt were anepUtnra. "k. Prat. I
jdi ut arrived at nn. at th.; bead of a brill-!
i lant stall, am tvn tin. trv,r. nix.nl.
. . i
I . ' r 1
- .1 .... ... .1... V.I. ... , 1... .1 f
tu, wui.jii ui uuvicuii vue nuriu- 1
!..reP.,... : .ii...-......i ..--.u . r. !
1 tuneSl it' ou -ht ti 'e'turn when Fratioe ro-
j coV.red from her defeats and mistress ol her-!
re-V.if. -,..,. l.n,,,,., . .,..ii. t. 1..,
Bi.-iry.- n.Lsume. 1 ilh. souiier... tnese em -
Mems, not as menaces against foreigners but
asarmbola of indenomlen,. n,soJve.,1rs o,
tuobility; and swear t die, if need, in do-
f ncc of rmhlems which aj oltsn ltd oer fa
, ., . .
i:i-rs 10 vinorj . - 1
address was iminodiatoly placard.:,! i
:.!... .1 ..1....- fl,). 1 ...1
lMr,JU riion in? c.ry. 1 ne cutsv, numner-1
,.,,;.. 1,,.,, ,!. l.eurfed hv the Ar..,U-h
D ..i j .... ....... ..I...
on ll.e field, and besto-.ved blessings on the ,
U'.ndarils. The troops defiled, r-.nd the cure- -
ipjny wis concluded. Two thousand r.ron-
: Imperial Eagle. He cuMeiiuently aikirewed I . . ..!.. . j.
r I ii.rm .i...tn.tt.0R. ...... ir.A.j.M.j 'i furnish, not onlv the most certim but , r .'-u"-y.rj., ano j
i..-o uuu iiitTiiui wtfB itinutuu.iru ii, c t iv-
sidi'nt. und well received. Thuinfantrv cri-1'01
led vivila Jimjfror.
On the contrary, operatives of tho Fau-
lv.org St. Antolm-, notified the employers
that ther would work instead of being pre-',
eiit at thtj fete, i eativities continued in
doors for three davs. On Tu-sday, fifteen
thousand altended' thi grand Tuilleries' bin-
in 't. r:vpn hv w..lit htnm'r.l Heaifralj and
.:i,,, .rif. rt'Ii. r i 1
en. Scot tat Ilcrac!
ni.i2Anr.TUTi.wn. May 22. At a meeting
of'iaj' H'hips at ths old borough of ElZi
i:"h, h' ld this evening, in accordance with
r re c.l! of the County Committee, seven
delp.tites were el;cted to represent the
j t .wn-'iip Bt tho State Convention, to he
j i.'M .-.f TMitoit, on the 2d of Jun?, for thp
- s lertlnn of Di lerf-teeto the National Con-
, en'i m.
The nuet'ng was entirely har-
in ie.ietH, r.nd resulted m the selection of
' s ven warm lnenns ol ine iiiu nero wno is
i-'s:itn'i nv th" sut r.iges of tin pcopl.t to till
th i higlt! st ortic? in i heir gift; th office of
Pr.iideiit i.f the United Status.
Eii'ibetlitowu wus Lng the residence of
Gejierul Scott, and this expression of feelinc
of his oLl i'neu.-ls and uoighbors is a' sample
of tlio gi nrral feeling thr ughout the State,
wlikhonfy needs the nomination of thu Old
Hero to call tut uu cnlLusiasticuid victori
ous response. :
' Wheeling lirid'jc Oar Uecisjon. j
Washington, May 2. First That no
-hang ' will be allowed in the decree of the!
G .u.-t unless it will provide a safe and con
venient pnssaiie at all times lor boats having
chimneys SO feet from tha water. ,
, -Second Court will not sanction either
pi in proposed, but if tho defendants can
mak.3 a draw o'.' not less than 200 feet, in the
western bridge und make the channel equal
ly os sale and convenient as Hi pastern
eh'innelttas before the erection of the sus-
penson bridir and remove all o'ber ob-
s'ruciion.- rromit.they mnyjry tho exnp-
riment at their own risk and responsibility,
Tiiir.D The decree lieretofore rendered
shall be recorded. and unlpss the obstruction
bif rrmrvrd cr remedied on or before the
first nf F bruiry next,' tho bridge shall be
abated. D fendant ordered ta psy the
rnsts, amounting to about $15,000. Judg s
Dauiels and Taney dissenting.
"" ' ' - riro. .'''
PiirLADELrHiA, May 21!. Farmer's Hay
Mtrk t Association stable was burned
this morning. Ljss Sj,000.' .Uninsured.
" Arrival from Euroiw;
New Yens, M iy 26. Cumbria with dates
Ut the I lb,, air ved at Halifax. The fete
on the 10 h was brilliant but nu Empire was
declared. 1 . - , '
Sales of Cotton for this week, 112,000
bales shade advance.
. Jtp;tt II il Storm.
Rxu.UQNr, M iy 2(5. A severe hail storm
swept over Washington county, Indiana, on
! Sunday last. The hail in many places was
1. . J . . m. . .l-J :l-
two teetueep. 1 ne storm v-sx nura a miie
in wiJth, destroying everything In rU way.
; TIuhh t Mei!pr. . .
Philadelphia, May 23. T:ioma Meag-.
hor. tha Irish P .triot, irriv -d at N ;v York,
hav:ng escsp.d from Van Diemen's Land.
" Sl'CAR. A new method of manufacturing
sujar has been discovered and patented By
Dense thsn heretofore. The ' improvement
consists entirely irl theusa of an ingredient
for the cleansing or the liquor, and s j won
derlul ore said to be its effects that in atrial
m ule in the presence or a number f plant
ers, and siild -ctnd to the most rigorous tests.
. . i
; the new mode of manuliidure sboivrd a sav
ing of rortyjono per cent, or th production
from the sumo quantity of cane, of sugar and
molass - s to tho value of $1,620 44, against
1,077 91 produced by the old mode of manu
facture. A sample, ol sugar made by the new
process is thus spoken of by the . London
Times: "Whether with, regard to quality,
color, or strength, this sample of Muscovado
has elicited the' admiration of all who b?e
seen it.' . Art eminent . mercantile house, to
whom tho .sample lias been shiwu,- pro
nounces it to bo worth 33a.'," whilst a similar
quantity manufactured by the old' process is
.: . 111.. . . t . , . nj. A .Ute, ... Vi i 1 n '
seiiipg iti Liiverpooi ai o wi, "'.m
thf) quantity is largely Increased, a e have
Hemonstratcd, the value of the sugar is rais
ed to th exunt of ten shillings per cwt.'1
.- ,i , ;.,.T .
OTlt is said that an establishment at Mad
ison made over sixty thdutf&nd dollart in the
Friday Evening. .Hay nt- isa 4
Oftaiaxo RoCTZ. W notica tbttt pre
paration are mode to establish a regular
overland route to the Salt Lake an J Sicra
I02UU City. If successful, it will prjv? of
considerable aaoUgeand will be followed
by the establishment of a good road.
The St. LouU Republican nys Bhf'get i.
p.. -... n, Jn ..I-..;..
,T rF-us sue
iU U,e" PW"tat " ew to an
tMpeditio-ut transit across the pluns. Their
1 first train, will start on the 10th of June.
friirn St T.nnh At m-.nt ,.r trt 1V r..
fS "uiaDer. of lueir
Pwiifera tfc7 raa ecomtaj.lat.Jr.k.nt fund to complete the road, aod fltrDiak
are limited, but arrangement luve been!
made for a great increase of number. A ,
"rf foUr ?r"'u each, wi:h lbs hriiea for
four mules to each -wagon, ha been made-in !
Chicazo, and will bo sueedih delivered.
The proprietors have stocked tlie entire line i
, P , P. . , . vVk '
and "tabhsbed stations at lort ke.m.-j,,
' n iaraiiiw, nwuiiurivi runic, oou.n I
Pass, Salt Lake city and head of Hwinbolut
n...: i J m-
riTt'r. - i rmu couiiiijf u i,u K'Jiu' uui win
c.iucuaiuu. u1.-c.u9 vi 1 . w 11.11 - vuit.v, ui. .1
fcVItis understood tint imm-cTiitetCorts 1
"' "e Wihiugtoii ar.d
Lancaster nilro.v,, with the Centra! Ohio, 1
by tha ccnstriiction of a link bcr.vern i,in- j
r eined the
r" - ' ....w
nio.t practicable and rr-ady wny ufA,c- an
t cutlet U the first-iii-ntior,. d line.
All a hum'...;;, -Kniin"-wo mean the
-.opinion, not the fact. The onglrAl route
. . .
Will be prosecuLcu t j en eariy completion,:
. .... or.ctjc,i,la and
. ... . ... :
V.n-AUUM 13 ttii l.M: n ,
Suppose we a! f.y war oi reuprocutlCi!,
that the pipers ol Ch'.l.icothe are making el-
frt, to ulliw wililt!10 Columbus Si CUvelaod
a road op the Scioto Valley .which is
dthe most practicable and ready wty
tof giving an eastern outlet" to the citizens
j 0f tie vauey below Circlevillc, either by
tho w yof the C. W. & Z. and the Central
! f, , ' , . . . r
Road' or thlJ road first mentioned above. It
will have equal, if not mwe influenci upou
Jtl,i. nrti, nf ..cnaitirpf atm-lr, -
A General Muss. This afterfijon a pirty
of the laborers upon the railroad called at th.
n j,, .. ..... .(... '
Urewcry far some beer, wlutli was refused i
them. A n attack was tru-n commenced up-
on the persons etnpleyed in the esuLIi.-h-ment,
and a general '-muss" was the eousc
quince. Clubs were used freely and several
of the party wero severely Inju.-ed.' Mr.
Zink, one of the proprietors, had his bead
Charles Zink was severely bruis-
ed hi the left eye, and two or three others of 1
tjjo hands were also more
One or them was thruwn into the cellar. Or
the attacking party, several exhibited the
marks or the encounter.- At length, Mr.
Zink took his gun in hand and threatened to
shoot, when the party left. We are not ad
vised as to hat words passed between the
parties before the fight commenced; but we
suppose a general examination will be bad
before the ' proper authorities. No arrests
have as yet been made. It is said that there
were some ten or twelve engaged in the
muss," but their names are not known.
a ' r. ii 1 ..-
Chevauee HuLSf.siASN s Pnwe! letter ,
is publuhed. li is simply a complaint that
several ol the newspapers ot me uniieu
I gtatea has treated h:tn, so far as his rondu-t
K ft K h m;iUor is oneern;(i Uh
, . , . . .
k levity, and that the Secretary of State
tnado a revolutionary speech and toasted
; Hungary in a public place and also required
all bis future communication with that De
partment to be in writing.
. Rails ao Matri.vo. We notice a coll in
the Pv-rry county papsrs for a meeting at
New Lexington, held forth purpose of mak
ing efforts to raise the necessary amount of
funds to secure the location or the road
through that village i. Messrs. Medill,- Ly
man and Tullmadge are expected to be pre
sent. ' -
PoBK. The .Madbfon Courier says, that
engagements have been made by Madison
packers for forty thousand hogs, to be deliv
ered next Oill und winter, at $4,034 ,73 per
100 pounds net. .......
: The Homestead Bill. The German poli-1
ticalclnb, or Cleveland, have drawn up and . . ;
i .-.i .. i . tT;. s,.4. ?.-.ri i Hons s Lacs Smt IsvulseHable. Tha
signed a petition b the United; States Sen-1 ,ni1)n currcapondent or the Philadelphia
ate. praylnj the passage or the Ilamesteadi jj jrth American, corrects his former state-.
Bill in that bo-ly.. v jmant in relation to the alleged picking of
t.JtliTV J .it..-. . ;T.i .nl Vr.nCt
was the rallying cry of the Dewocrvy a
few years since. Novr it ia "four dollars a
day nd two sessions in one year." Demo
cracy is progressiva! Forest City.-
We notice that the "Forest City" gets
pretty general credit for something that was
said before that paper was publishfed.
, Bcee Cattls ros Tyi; Easterji Maskets.
The Lake steamers are said to be crowded
daily with beef cattte for the Eastern- mar.
kets. Tctthehl2hpriceorbcerintheEas -
kCts. ' Tct the high price or b
,i;rn.parkcUlh48nutabatcd! Has specula
tion nothing to do with, the high prices! In
- Boston there are the an me complaints. The
" It is an accravatfon orthe evil, that there
is oo prospect ofa change for the better at
present. The market men insist that they
have no remedy fur the universal ooraplmnt,
that prices are monstrously high, and they
are not in mult in tho matter ,but prefer that
prices should be lower. If the enhanced val
ue of food aerve to fill tho pockota if tha
rrmnra. we mav not complain, but. we fear
that the larger part of. the money sticks
somewhere betweea the producer and the rc-1
toiler. , -' -'. ' i
CJrWhich conUioa the greatest number of
horns, a dilemma er a pint of .Wluakey-Ci-evmati
Sua.- '-. t .'.) -.re r: c'
" That depends' VtfnVe bpVn drinks
. WnOLE NO, 1393.
S. St H. V. RAtLtoi B.-'His at kh!jlT
of this road met in this city on tle 85th, ai4
elected Directors for the ensuing yesr, I.
V. Robinson, C. A. 31. Damarin.P. Elnnay,
J. L. McVcy, Joseph Riggs, Jacob Waslfallj
and Francis Campbell, were chosen. Tb
only i hanfre made from the previous board J
tha election of Mr, Riggs In the place f Mr.
Dilb gf Newark, whose distance from th
scenu of operations prevented him from tfc
in part in the active duties of Its direction.
Tiie directors presented a report, aatlafae
tory In every rpect, to the storkhol4jr and
llie. pubii:. Tho wo: k has advanced rapldl
unit.. .(....: a I .!. i! -.L
company, are In a favorable condition. If
th? county bonds, now held, cculd be disposed
ui on lavorauie ic-rms, tllere would be aula-
it with evr-ryiiiing necessary to tb proseev
lion oi iii.ioesa.
J. W. Webb, En-'inrer, has lust returaai
I from Cincinnati having purchased tha Leao-
m Hive Llk, weighing about 19 tons, belong
tj the LittU' Miami Railroad Companr.
f is said to be a very superior article, eapa
ble u!" P"rforniing as much as any other locoJ
mrt!S In the count7, of like welffht-IV.
Locuroo IxcossrsTEscrEi. Two of th
I iron -verki which carried off the premium a(
; the World's Fair, for iron, have ceased opa-
(vtae & Bona, ofCbeO
Lore Ai Haven of Nor-
rp. . ,. 1 1 .,
hurh PoH (a Ljcofoco free trade sheet) aa-
ncmnce the Wlurs of works which at tha
2t lauusti iul ExhiJiUon proved that tha
' . ,,eL W?P
,:i0"' ,:l l'!C r,n tr!"!e- The Tariff of t&40
" " TZrZZZZ:
hum,red.M,,or,-, and their ntoaMtOng
j h :J unfi U.i h " "Prr
i',"- , Jouruau cacuox aucwasivuiy
II-.1 . t.x.n ',.,..1 ,'.. .n n.B.n ..can..
!,r was com3etii at a bss. with a fortW
.... 1 .1 ... n - ..,ui..i
n - " "'u ""I"
' : . . ...1 : u . : t
in:;; ...1. .v. y. w. .......
! r,,n w',ien int,.rei6u W;
jan,j vvljich M.-e iniiroatelf connected with
; tbo of llio-js-.n-J oflhe laborinif men of
fthe interior States ask for protection, frea
te wplilatry is their only answer-CWa
Amebicax A :thors. The New Tort
Timei says that our authors have bceir for
the last two or three years building them-.'
selves substantial edifices at a very encour
aging rate. Bincroft, besides buying a free
stone h-vUse in the city, has built a fin. coun
try seat at Newport. Heady haj built a
splendid mansion et fTcwLurgh. Melville ha
bought a farm at Stockbridire. Irvine and
Paulding have splendid seats on the Hudson
. r. ,- ,.
1'ren'olt lem received tram the HariuM na
rescoll has received from the Harper not
less than $40,000 for his books. Morse hi
been paid more than 20,01)0 from the aale of
his books. Albert Barnes has received for'
his comment erics over 10,000. Prof. Anthou
has made over 60,000. Stephens oier 40,
000, the Abbotts over 15,000, &c. dec. Ik
Mirtel has received not less than 20,000
profits on his books, although it is but a few
y aince he began to write. HeadlyV
. , r... ... .
.is the proceeds of th? sale of bis books.
The Tribune lately mentioned that Mrs.
Harriet Dcecher Stowc baa refused 10,000
for the copyright of a single novel. Ana
the list might be indefinitely extended.
Corrrc.-Tbe production of Coffee In Bra-'
zi 1 the past year, has been 1,700,000 bags, or
272 millions of pounds. In 1820 the pro
duction was 15 millions of pounds.
The consumption in the United States th
past 30years has increased rapidly. In 1821
the comuniption per head tj the inhabitants
of ths Uiet-d States, wes one pound four
ounces. In 1330 the proportion had increaa
! i . . . I . .. . c. .. .1 .u . r :
iu l i lll.c? uiuiu.uu, u;.iu, uit. imciifi, uiibv
enL After tie 31st
0f D icember, 1830, coffee paid two cents,.
ana in is;tl, one cent; alter wnica it waa
iree. the imporuuon in me year 1831
doubled iu consequ:n:e of the reduced duty,
an:' th? consumption per head for the four'
y?ars ending with 13-J2, arernwed ait pcunda
per h .'ad, h .ving quadrupled tor each inhabi
tant since 181.
WoMe.n's Rionis. Bayard Taylor, In hi
letters from Africa, speaking of the custom
of S .u Jan, says that the rights of woman, it
appears are recognized more thoroughly a-
mong the Hassaniyehs, than among any'
othi.'r savage people in the world. When a
woman is married, her father rcservea on
fourth of her life henceforth for her own use,
and the husband is obliged to respect thi
reservation. Lvery fourth day, she is re-
eased from the marriage vow, and if sha
loves any one else better than her husband,
h- can dwell in her tent that day, obliging
h r husband to retire. He further states,
t i it their hospitality is such, that if a stran'
irer viaitsunu of tiifllr settlements, they fupw
ish him. for four days, witu a house and a
wife. The Hassuniychs, in other respects,
are nut mora immoral than other tribe, and
these cmt jma appear to be connected with1
their rclitrious faith.
I Hobb s lam jus Lock. A Mr. bmitn an ha
gtish raochania, achieved the foal by manu
facturing a k"y p-ccisdy li ethe original, afj
luinij th owjh vv:n hundred and twenty permit
t(f'ons,orasi.bltl ):k, till the right combi-'
nation was obtained! This "dodge" is call
ed "pickinj Hobbs' Lock!" Tho Observer
states that Mr. Hobbs has at the present mo
ment no less than Si Ved'orhia locks in the
h.mrls or exoeriiiienters,
but up to this mo-
dir.v i-i-inain invulnerable, and tha A,
j ncrJcan Joci ,as maintained the reputation
i ;ts proprietors claim for it, ss one . othei'
j most perfect combirHfioBs for security jttr
''"rented - ..... .... ;
Sale or EotfM. The Wheeling Gazette,
brings word that tho agent of the- city f
Wheeling. John W. Gill, Esq., has dispose!
or $o00,000 of the stock subscribed to tha
Baltimore and Ohio ruilrnnd, to Messrs. Bal
den, Withers & Co., or Washington City.
These bonds urn guariiiflicd by the State of
Virginia; and the average price of 103$ wa
obtained for them.
t But for the diabolical legislation of the past
two, or throe voars.with which the State of
Ohio is cursed, hundreds of thousands of dol
lars of loose Eastern" capital would bow be
seeking investments In all soita of Ohio
State, county, company and individual o
curities.' . '. '
- We know of an instance of 070,000, ownV
ed in Baltixnore.JinJ placed in an attorney's'
hands, to be loaned in this State to the best
advantage-withdrawn, on the passage of thej
present tax Jaw. Th asaininity of Ohio re
nue and curroncv lerislation ia OnfOrtnctVy
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