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.NEW SERIES-VOL. 7. NO. 27.
LANCASTER, OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1852.
WHOLE NO. 1117
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Expedition To Sr. Domiso axlTl ea.
PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY MOJIKIHC.
CEORGE WEAVEn.EDITOnAND PROPRIETOR
Join If. Wricht. Printer.
"ti i- i vtonr ' Brousso, in the Sultan's dominion, so soon
M.in Street South Side.
Releaseof A bd-elKapkr. When Louis The Khaki and the Crocodile. The
Napoleon passed through A mboise, where , following thrilling account of in engage-
ri ant Kill uAnn m lina r.n mt mtt . nl a ja..r
President sent for the Arab and addressed ! o.lilo i.f Java.is give., by nn eye witness: " .rt'e"d "Pf""'" St- Uomingo and
L.. follow., itwasonomurninrrthatr .tood beside a ! C"1"1. " V ork Cm.mr, a pa,.,r hieh
I'.-Abd-el K.der.Ieon.o to announce your 8"n" lake.fed by oneTof the rill, from the I'""'10 ,be lciccret,..,.: .
I iiDerniion to you. rou win up conducted 10 i . ........ j , - - - --- - - ...
tai, ana cvcrvinmg eju:a ue seen to mo ; " " '"' fuunncn, uui n conmn ol lun
Lewis N'AroLEon i New Yon Cm. i a
iThe Brooklyn Daily Advertiser, mornlis.' dirnr
(Jaf. or Krai.
i! fnul linr."n:il a
Terms $1,75 per annum in advance.
ns the uecpsHiiry prnparationa ahull hnve
been innde, and you will receive there an in
come suitublo to your former rank. For a
lonfr time, you know your captivity cave me
Nov. li 18. 5 '2 i unaffected pain, for it continually reminded
I mo trial t lie jrovernmeni which preccuen me
very bottom." Stretching its limbs close i'lrpJ timti'Bfi of thousand. Wlmt is the
inr.nvnr.a PmaciPLES." The masses of . had not kept its enoMircments made with an
this county have undoubtedly worked hard unfortunate enemy ; and in my eyes nothing
, . r. i. n:. ... more humiliating for the government of a
to secure ine eieciiou 01 fmwi "
mean those who think thfl word "Demoera-
over tliio pond, wur a gigantic teak tree, and j ultimate object of the
in its tli:ck, sliiinni;, evergreen leaves, lay a
huge boa, in an
in'' nnp. Above him
thfl baboon specieo
always bent on
Mow the ape, from hm position, saw a
crocodile in the water, rising to the, top, ex-
great nation than to mistake its strength B0 "cny i.eneam me co.i 01 me serpent, viu ck
much as to fail to keen its promises. Gen- "8. nought he jumped upon the snake, which
emigrants h known
Tlk uIimcI your 8TAt'ss At ma Sophie Waltz.-
Yankee In a ('iir k. Ktrflna. thi tvalls.hi.ni. liiveJ thu Hanrhttr
in upon therapid asrentor Jyoui Napoleon ',rT "'"" " impriKient in t!ii- n iiurui ol 1 1 omit. Kopine was .iter name, tie
! up the ladder of ambition, from positive pov .of -'"ntryt.t n ax t. eoi. inenre i would have given worlds to have woo but
. , , 1 . . ' J"',,2'"l otiKnch-li railroad. while tic eoua- ' once glanre of love from this beautiiol.be-
try, to .upcrUtirt grandeur and power, re-, e were pr.,r..,n!r ,h rittf 0f f.rtv 'in?, hut xha was cold and stern. Madoes.
I cals some reminjecences of his sojourn in nulea an hour on the Birmingham rail vav. indeed it was for a poor wanderinc musician.
New York city many years ago. ' The edi- "Why mi'rr tlii ft road is purt? runsid- with nothing but his violin, to dare to lov
tor says: rable for Kneland, but U won't d'o fi.r Mer- . the high-born Si pliic, who had as ,any ao-
"What strange cvenls have occurred " , . ""1,c V "leCra there : Me ancestors he had waltica. -Kash
in nnh.irtw ncjinkl. ....... . .. I . t 1 u.ttl.ln - r.tr. : f & ,A t . -1 . ..
T,.. .' ..i ' 'tr- . . 'wetnketllff railroad. I r.ai rorcin f..... I iann triun ti.,r liv,1rnr a lpiiann ah ararea.
i:u n V llilli l.HIIIJi inn inuiu- i ---'- i.io, iiiui ii tunc la any IIMOUII v r"' - " mm ..iiiidi iir w iiniuui. '"'T.L-
- .r..l . nn ..r ; tpriam m thpun n....nn.i:..a :. i.. ..rt .1 r.. I ;n ti..tt.t,. 1 111
nua m iiviiuiiui ai't; ui " uinvn. u j, LllLircIV . " Iq.ii.; ii'iuov "M,: j ril
. n Ipprinir race of inmni. I disconnected with the Cnh miivninpm htreet. fhen kent lV a irrlill. mnn who now ..
mischief. i nHi mere is an expedition a formida- i occupies a mgli otlicia pesition under tlie
when we re m a horry, but when we ain't, ! impertinence," said Sophie; aod when he
i lesson she scarce
!y deigned to give him look. Shortly af-
ladelpuia to New York, whf-n, I r-r i .
r slttin' by me 'w ho on airtb in n that ' terward Sophie became the betrothed of the
eariln with white nalms around lu Ouiint Robert, tjrd Chamberlain, who could
I don't ee no white palins,"aes he.
"I don't s -e nothih else," ses I, "and
leaders, is also a fixed fact. But the object pecuniary ability to indulge
mid the general recommendations for place
and power, none of the Eagle's "dear Ger
man and Irish friends" are named in connec
tion with any office worth having. Their
vote all come well enough; but an applica
bones of the monster crack.
The water was speedily tinged with the
blood of both combatants, yet neither was
dixposed to yield. ' They rolled over and
over, neither being able to obtain a decided
advantage. All this time the cause of mis
chief was in a state oftho highest ocutnr.y.
Ile leaped up and down the branches of tho
tree, uttered a yell, and again frisked about.
At the end of ten minutes a silence began
to come over the sceno. The folds of the
serpent began to be relaxed, and though
ble expedition, in ",!,ieh thousands of men ; French Government. At thai time he was
''"-" .-,... I'icj'Qicu w BBII lor I. Ulja 'J J uiaeiytii-,!. i-, iikh mm -i Mi I. . .i t . -
wnenever too signal anal, be given by the 'y prolligate in Ins habits, and without the ..ti f.it i . i. r u '
j..1rA fl.a h n I..I Iw.lil i " 'J ' '
"UUIKV i. iiiciun utMi.i , , . t ... - I t
luni, F z nr. "ini rn lejfMrrBiHi
Ami ii:e iu:u"h vh(n lh HnBine i
h.vonot tho ptt connection with the Si. pc.W from ccrtin plCm in whir!, he W P nniiflred
n, ir i , . . , t fort fl port and w t-Iiaa li t'o Poir.L' no a fired
.i... . i Itir-, .la . . .f.n. at.. . , flirt thr Moki-d fur all the word like uhtte crihl as the inanimate marble. "I am the
dim iw me v uunn rnctiiiion. we icarn ' m m; Hi'.ini ui a icu a, uir ui-i . . . , - n 0,1.-
iu i ii u iu u ijruiiiiBi-. v j c-1 1 . r - , . ... r .t ' i ' r i . . .... . . . . r IOOI.
cy has something in It, ..applied now lerosity is always the best counnellor, and I - - " .ZXr' ' Hle..
J.v.. besides mere sound. But if thev will !m convinced that your residence, in J ur- 'V r '? ",!.T k... . .LI V u . " 7 i " ! , r J". ."V.-" 1 . V' ftHers.
, Tr.,nI,w key will not miiitato against the pcaceofour ln"uo'l,,Blrtu'u.ul uau,e ru"'
just stand aloof and look at the Kilkenny ,,,. BYour ion like. ately commenced in the water. Thf serpent
fight going on at the present time for the i t0VlcheB .bmi.,sion to the decrees of : prssped in the middle by the crocodile, made
spoils of office, among those who called up- Providence. And if France is master of I1''0, water boil by his fur.oua contortions
..V .ii .v. -r r.:i., ,! a !. l,n.,. r..v,l ,!.i.,nn.l it n nnH ! Winding his fold round the body of his an-
UU !. Bill WILD Oil IIIU VllCI tlV UI IllUHltilliU llBl" . anwv vuuou w hvb.siivu " I I- Llll. I I I I
....... .u....!nlthe nation will never renounce that con.WgoairtMiwbMhulwohinAnkF.nni.
men to save me parvy ''.". I , Ynn have hpen tho Pnemv of France J "V contractions, made the scales and
discover that what Oalnoun once saia btI donot le8g rcnder jllHtice t0yourcour
these leaders, Is still correct "they are ngC) to your character, to your resignation in
held together by the cohesive power of pub- j misfortune. This is why I desire the honor
lie plunder," Even before the official re- of ending your captivity, having full confi
sult is known, . dozen candidate, .re out for dence in your word."
the Post-office .nd one or two for State I Abkel Kader expressed his gratitude to
Marshal. The Gre.t Demagogue, of course, i01"8 Napoleon, and solemnly swore upon
i. in for .high place .t Washington, but jtl,e Koran not to rencwtroubles in Algiers,
what) it is, is immaterial, provided it pays j Three Cent Pieces. The Philadelphia
well. It is rather remarkable, however, that j Ledger says of the operations of the mint
alno hnant as many proud ancestor. .. the
tair Hoptur, but beyond thase.nd his title,
he had nothing else.
One day Strum chanced to be alone
with Sophie: he declared his love, and be
sought her to give him but one word or look
ere he Was driven to despair. Rut no tear.
or protestations conld move her, she was a.
fmm ...! i ,. ' i i I i n , i. r.. .t, a pnns. smanctu Dnue 01 louiii .uo wa,
forwini Tstiaef rpn. i ree "Not l,u, pVlor SbU t nf V UnHed , Wi.f. signal , haughti.y,. -and if it were otherwise think
sented that the utmost care has been taken States, he was arrested for a misdenuaner ""j"" M " ' kne, h,d fully reeov- you; wuu .Id become the of poor
h h. n.A t..i...i. !...,' !nmmiol i.v i.im . n. A; ,i.ii ' rred from Jonathan' last die. : mnn inn!"' She turned .cornfully .w.y
law. of the Un e . S Tn Vh' 'of . woman hose establishment he often ! "What's that hell ri?i fori" enquired ; sod left him alone in hi. gr.ef .nd despMr
and ammunition required have been procur- ; visited, and the w riter of this article wan ein
ed abroad in large quantities, and are now . ployed professionally by him to save him
' the; latter of his English friend.
'We are approncl ing D-
The manufacture of three cent pieces has
been immense 2,000,800 pieces were coin
ed, representing in value 60,000. J.ast
month, tho coinnge of this very convenient
little piece was over a million and a hull,
they were trembling along the back.thc head
hung lileleesin the water.
States, in a depot known onlvtoafew of recklessness and indiscretion.. We
the leading spirits. Noteven a pop-truh has supposed at that time that, the thoughtless
been procured in the United States. The ipy young mtn who was then our client
men are to leavo this country as emigrants '(and who is still indebted to ns for ecmnnel
unarmed and will sail "'.'roin different fcs AisbnrsemeiitSy would become F.m
ports, and, it is calculated, in such a manner peror of Franco. Such, however, n:w
that no suspicion shull go abroad as to their i"'8 'manifest destiny,' although we I) lr. in
actual destination. Tho measures of the i t',Mt h'. realization of his aitibiti.u lop's
Kevolntionista have been taken with great ' an" aspirations will but hasten the f' arfnl
circuinspecMon, and it is only to be fcared ' .pom which un'ineftionubly iini" iidi over
i The repentance which aoon .woke in the
' (heart of Sophie unhappily came too late; in
does for .eight days hhe Would become tho wifo of
ue t'ueui ; Co-int Robert.
! The rereinnnv w as to be performed In .
! grand saloon of'the city , and theCount called
. "We!!, theiit kind ot bell lixiiis
lliete ere slow curs but wc can't
are contrivences in Tilcrika."
"Ah whv not!" ' ' '
"Tr.vel'too fast fact! beat Sound all to lou Straus to request him to lead the orche-
aniuhh. We would he smack through a vil-ilraon the occaa'on.and to boner hi. bride
itge before a sound ol a eluppcr w as in the j with the composition of the new waits.
neighborhood." J:trau, the most miserable man of God'.
'My beys! is i' possib'e!" exclaimed the universe, promised him both. "He wishes
nxtonihhed' Cockney. - i to wound me yat more deeply," .aid the un-
F -l again by thunder!"' Why, I was , happy man to himself, "but I pardon hint,
The crocodile also was stiil, nnd though .that, those who embark in this expedition ,ll'm
' only the spines of his brick were visible, it ; m meet tlie bloody late or their prt deees
! wns evident that he, too, was i!eaf. The,'orf'- .
tion for anything higher than a constable of : alu the amount then was thought to be iin
scouted at as unreasonable. In this township'
for instance, we believe the German and
Irish Democratic votes outnumber the other
class, and yet they are scarcely ever named
exceed the demand,
The Portsmouth Daily Tribune comps to
us considerably enlarged and gives the bel t
evidence of the growing prosperity of the
mtd my prayer to heaven thut she may bo
i.n,.o and thut she never repent her
j choice." But his waltz! a thought strike,
i him, it shall be tho interprets of hi. passion
land hi grief to Sophie.it ahould challenge
- . i U .la All.
bir piiv, if not her love, wu.v
power," to be able to speak, to reproach, to
! tl.rnuirh the divine art. To work!
on toe- lurk car when them
w histles were first trii d. .Mav
"A U atf.ri.oo JJefeaT." .Hie hilertions, hcern ol tnc terrible accident!
State and iitionul. Iimvi! rr'Aiilti'd miirp iIm- i 'X
monkey now perched himself on the lower frt-The ZuneBvTlle Courier 'records 'the ustroily thon the lean sanguine Whig "Well.sir we were going it strong. Nur-
iliniusol me tree, close to the dead bodies, , Whitrimnr ,U r "r"ul(l h"ve "pprehended. M'jre than four-, rvcanes were no w hare all nature scemeI
the Court House or something of that sort, is mense. Large astl.i.supply is, it does not ! " " ZTtZ Messrs. Br.dler. Whittimore & Co. eon.T P'""' . W,'e" -'voral m.les ofl ;
seemed to be adding insult to injury. One j tors on the Central Ohio Railroad between I W are disappointed only in theexlent of ' whistle was let loose, and she scn-en'cd r-1 to work! When .11 the great city slept,
;of my coinpanmns was Ktnnding tit a short I nnesvillo and Wheelinir. He was stand- the calamity: For the general result we fullv, but it was no matter of use, for after i Sirauss took hia violin, opened his window,
ling at the lock wall, on Wednesday, as the ' wcre 1uitu P?pared. In looking t lit; . tumbling over a spin of smart horses, .ndlgnr.ed out in the cod night, !'"P'0','f "
i r,. . 1 . , ' ' paralized and crippled condition of the Na- ' a big market wagon, I was iut rising iroin and moaned forth his sad tale oi woe v mo
steamer Helen Mar was passing out of the , i:.i V.. ,., . ., . . ., ...?'.. ..u.i,;.,i.Lii.., hn looked k nd v down
' perceive the hopelessness of the conflict. ' mixed up with some big cusses I mind to on !ha desolate and heart-stricken.
'But there was so much confidence with . have heern the engine man rip out when he j The ds? of the wedding came t oBt.
! nrniniti.nl n.lit inin na ' a nit aiii'fi mn.rnna i lira! aaw thn Vtliruu. Kilt the fflliT tt'Ii Tkrt f.ia rflll a TuflV of loVe had glVCU Dim .
'Zeal among indomitable Whigs, thut we . dead when bis voice arrived.
In connection with an office, county, state j city in which it is published. Wo wish
or national. Like in New Hampshire, their
votes come in play very well about election
times, but what is there prohibited by a con
stitutional enactment, is law here by general
consent. But after all there will be several
disappointed aspirants. It is not every one
that the people have rejected, who will got
an appointment from Gen. Pierce.
Frauce The Prince Pre.-ultnt.TUoroi
proprietor great success,
cntcrprize deserve it.
fj-C" It seems thatrral Loeoforo enmity to
Rivers, Harbors, and other great schemes of
internal improvement, is almost impossible
to overcome. We notice that the Luke Su
perior Journal is very severe on the conduct
of Gov. McClelland, of Michigan, who, as
it. uffirins, has allowed himself to become the
enemy of the proposed canal around the
rails." 1 heolteiisire act is characterized as
rio longer any doubt of the popularity ot the i a "higli banded trick for (he i!etf.nir;!on of
"Nephew of his Uncle." How long it will the canal prospects, "and it uppeurs to eon-
, last, is another question, ami which time o-
lone Cn disclose. He ii well received, ul-
dititance and t;i!:ing a stone from the edge
ol the luke, hurled, it at the. upe. He wus
totally unprepared, nnd as it struck him on
the side of the head, he was instantly tipped
over und fell noon the crocodile.. A lew
hounds, however, brought him .ushorc, and
tuking to the tree, he speedily , disappeared
among the thick branches. ,
locks into the liver, pointing out to his son
the manner in which the machinery lor us
ing the gatps operated, when a portion of
the tackle broke, causing thecapstain. on
fried to believe ourselves mhHaken.
, the documents."
which their was a heavy strain, to revolve have expressed apprehensions during the1 "He traurdinary'
swiftly, the crobnr used as a lever bar struck f heat ofbuttlo, would have wounded the feel- ,' stricken Cockney.
ings of the ardent and wholly disheartened ties yet!"
the wavering; and therefore we fought on, "Bles your soul
Fact got ; waltz, every nira.ure of which spoke long
inn inrriiw and dpSOairiD? WOe. Tfa h.H
f . . .... kt..
Exkrcise for , Burs. We love to see
boys happy. We well remember our school Mr. 'Whittimore, and knocking him over
days how the joyful scene of those golden ,j ,. , ,
hours rie befoze us as we write. Afu-r a i V ''"u,NlB nuoul ln 1 blindly, delrding others and half-deluding 'cm right off and now we act on the philo-
long and labored session of school, what is j1? fm n""'ng the rocks and stones below, 'onrselvcs. ,; ' ; ! sopbic principle, that light travels an alfired
exclaimed the horror i glisirned and shown with bright jewel and
"A nd do you os? whis- i brighter eye, but Sophie was more gloriously
'beautiful than them all. Straus., a haggard,
no. Congrens atoeped 1 emaciated man, with brilliant .nd piercing
black eyes, sharp and strongiy-maraea ie
tures, dressed from head to foot in black, ..
Isist in the appointment of a person, asiicrent
to select the 7.10,000 acre tlmt are to be do-
voted to the building of the great work, who
hniT for hovs III,- n ii irood frolic on the rapturinc his lirnhs nnd skull, and entire lv i ' This result, tlioiio-h nveru hplnonir tn cirht fnator ilian .iiiiml urhii-h u ill it,, nr.. 1 tk,,.,V. ho had aaaumed his mourning livery
grass? Sec tiiein! they hop and run, and j depriving him ofconscioiisness until he died, ' Whigs and disastrous to the Country, is an haps, for this generation. We now tell 'em i for the bride now dead to him, .food .ad and
toss their hats- nnd halls; every bone and , u.i.;... u, ,u. ,., .i, ,i. r, . ! inglorious triumph even tothe Deinocrarv.for i we arc cumin' bv bursting out a light that isilent in the raUery .bote, directing tb
i rord and muscle of their yming mid active ' ' " ' ! the substantial interests of the American astoniahea all aiiirual creation, and I reckon , movements of the orchestra, bophicdancea
most everywhere in r ranee, ny t.io people, y avov-r,) pnemv to t ho enterprise. It i
j . nor desire ia manifes-ted that he 1 fnr-poied to he the dei;fn of thosouiifivorn
..J. Mnn desire IS manne. iiu unh ik: r,n -pos
8l,uld "usurp the title, dignity Mid power ', ho to this pmjfiet th '""; where
1 " ' . . V ,, : tin y are lei.ift valuable or worthless, i::i l
of Emperor., He has more brains, unduubl- u v,. ;,,,,
edlv. than were generally awarded to him .
hvo he wan elected President, and has ccr
taitily played hi. cards with a success thut
hie astonished everybody. The tone ol the
English nress shows very ch-atly that the
" O l
Ensrlioh eovemment dread him. They
an invasion. They don't line lua army anu
don't like his navy. Both arc too large and
too effective. He preaches peace, but they
don't believe him. Ho talks of tho improve
ment of France and recommends the con
struction of railroads, canal; nnd telegraphs;
but the strengthening of the army and the
increase of. the navy make the English pa
per counsel a like improvement in their own
defence. What it will all end in no one can
foretell to t certainty. Thus far he has
baffled prophecy and may do so in the future.
His assumption of the title of Emperor will
most assuredly mark a new era in European
Thb Hocking Valley
Facts. If a tallow t ji r i ! I be nh.'ed in s
;iin,anil be nhot at a door. it. will go throiicli
without sustaining tiny injury; und u musket
ball fired in tli? v.-aier, w ill rebound und be
fear ! flattened as if fired npinst a hard substance.
A tmisUetball may he fired against a pane
of glass; and if the glass be suspended by n
thread, it will not even vibrate. Cork if
sunk 20 feet in the ocean, will not rise aguin
on account of the pressure of the water.
In the Arcticregiotis, when the thermome
ter is below zero, persons can converse more
than a mile distant. Mr. Jameson asuerts
that he heard every word of a sermon nt the
distance of two miles on a very still day with
A New Ekglard Custom. According
to universal custom, in the town of Marsh
field, nn th-3 Sabbath of Mr. Webster's
death, between the hours of seven and eight
in the morning, the bell of the parish church
was rung violently, to announce to the
startled inhabitants within hearing, that a
death had occurred among them. Then it
was struck three times three as a signal,
that a malo person hud died. Next, the bell
was struck slowly aud deliberately seventy
strokes, to denote the age of the dead; nnd
then there went up a mournful voice from
.... .!.. TS :.l OT..I.
everv house, "il must uc mui isuini'i vu-
Iramr-s is broiijjiit into Hill and vigorous
p!,.y. Tiiuir minds are unpen t as well as
(heir bodies. Let boys have exercise.
They must have it, unit a good deal too; and
they must have the right kind or tliry will
liisconm siik' Hil l d .varfUh, their minds
i fi . .i' . .. i . . I
leejue. ami ineir leciinjr' pecvisn W: ei- tcrior,
nil. i lie open air and the morn tree anil
pure the better is important to any one, hut
especially to boy. Ol lu'rw ise, Ihey will bo
eile and weak, as a j 'hint doomed to the
s!tad'. Tin" !.i!uf. have ex 'rcise .whUh
makes them f-iret tliciii.'elvcs, and nil their
troe.'jiei- uiii! I'ir-lis, an l throws tlie imnJ ami
heart into n g'ov of life and j..y.
QirWe lenrn from the Zan esville Co!ir--r
that Daniel Convers Goddurd,' of Z'tnes
ville, died at Wnshinston ciiy, on Wcdnes.
day morning last. For some time pnst, he
A'as chief clerk in (he Department of the In-
hut resigned that ofiice a short lime
since and commenced the practice of lav in
1'i.rinln h.nl'p lipitn en rrifippl ' T im Purn ' r:illinr ciirnpiiiorl tl.a nlunal.rv .vctrin mt i . utitli fina. nnw m'ith aOOther Ol tnO Wed-
i Politicians will get the "Spoils of Office," first. When il was tried at night, the ! ding guests, and as often m she paused . f
i but England is the real Victor. The Elec- roosters on the road commenced crowing ' ter the giddy whirl of the dance, turned her
! tion of Fierce and King gives Free Trade to j and the chickens all got down from their'eye towards the pale and grief-stneken
'Knrrlrind for n hnthhr four VPura. For this ronst. thinkinir it wjia ilnvlmht " ! Qtp.iiea.
' she tins paid her money freely, as she could Tho car suddenly stopped when Jonathan J It was more than pity she felt,
' wi'll fifftiril. Hot u-hptl A merii'fl ns loam. n hm-iiKr firrivpi! to tlir noinl nf hia il.tina. I rrmnrw. it was . kilidled love. A
: in time they are sure to learn, that England ' tion looked around at the astonished Cock-1 pain awoke in her heart, like the .welling
i elects our Presidents.' they will purify the ; liey, nodded his head, and taking h'u carpet j of a stream, growing ever deeper nd wider
i notitienl kti:iofo,lniri' liv atnrm tlint will hnir nnilpr nnp nrm. nml un nnliprelln under ' in ir onward course, which threatened to
the other, took his lucve ai sober as a deacon.
notice in the Columbus Journal, a call for
the citizens of that city to meet at tho City
Hall, "to tuke into consideration the propri
ety of extending a railroad from Columbus
to the Coal Mines and Salt and Iron orh'S j stPr ,8 dead." .
on the Hocking river, near Nelsonvillo." VEnMo;T7.7.Ho-n." Alvah'SubUe, Whig,
As'the next general meeting to advance the j 1(ls th,,,,.. doubt been elected to Congress
prospects of the proposed road, ia to be held
in this city, on tho 18th inst, would it not
be well for some of our leading railroad men
to .dpt some measures to huve a full at
tendance, and at the same time obtain ad
dresses from those men who are well ac
quainted with tho quantity and quality of
minerals, &.c, along the "Hocking Valley?
The distance, from Columbus to Athens, we
suppose will reach about 70 miles, and it is
thought that the entire line can be graded
for .bout $700,000. We have seen it stut
od, we know not upon what authori'y, that,
If Lancaster and the county below will raise
$500,000, tho road can be completed. But
these facts will appear more fully at the pro
posed meeting, and until that time we defer
any remarks as to the probable cost of the
enterprize, its character and importince.
At that time, we doubt not, men fully posted
iipwill be present, to give the facts and fig
ures to those who attend.
SnipriTv op Shipping. The Savannah
' Renuhlican desires to call the attention of
Northern shin owners to the present Unex
ampled want of vessels for freighting cotton,
. i . I . t 'Ph!a .if rtniirn
botn toreign ana coasiwioc. .
is good news to the Northern owners of ves
' eels, but it is somewhat in contrast with the
treatment Northern boats received just about
the time tit the compromise. Then not even
m polatoe smack or hanged-up oyter craft
could get. cargo hardly anywhere South,
If owned in New York or down East. Many
a tough old ahipper, who wa. innocent of all
knowledge of abolitionism, except an occa
sional emphatic d notion oftho whole con
cern, wa. forced to return in ballast because
the timber for his boat happened to grow
where the free air nourished their vigor.
Somehow, fanaticism can't stand high pri
' . ces. It will resist argument, reason, and
even convenience, but when it comes to pay
Jnr A penny a pound more on sugar, or a
dollar or two more a ton on cotton, it soon
knocks nnder. Ctn. uat.
Massachusetts;. The following is the
entire Vote of Massachusetts, 24 towns:
Scdtt. 54,205; Pierce1; 47,008; Hale, 26,008;
Webster; arid Scattering,' 1,859. " Scott's
from tho Northern district of Vermont, by n
large plurality. At the September trial lie
failed of an election bv want of a majority,
buvinga plurality of fifteen hundred overhis
hirhest opponent. So far ns heard from,
he has rained over the previous voles, and
as a plurality elects nt tho second trial.therc
pun Im no iloTibt hn bus been chosen. Ver-
monOherefore, sends nn unbroken, Whig
delegation tothe next Congress.
"PiKUCF., and No f." This wus the in
scrintion. run up bv the Locofoco .leaders
of Cross-Creek village, Washington county.
Pa , on the 2d inst. It was Haunted ull clay,
in front of the polls, n huge banner, extend
ing acrosj the road, u Pierce nnd Nn f!
Exactly: as they say in New Hampshire.
Your Simon-rure L.OC01OC0S are reany o-
nough to sustain tho One-Man Crown,
though they may despise tho Cross! Sai.
LnboF'co rii.jorcmi;. One would think,
says the Ohio State Journal, to hear the Lo
cofoco rejoicing and crowing over tho de
feat of General Scott, that lie had fought all
his life against his country instead of font:
that tho Americun people had wounded the
heart of ar. enemy instead of a friend who
has shed his blood for them: that they had
elected somebody to be proud of, in lieu of
him: thev might tutor that it were really
something to crow over nnd rejoice at to see
the most famous and faithful defenders and
guardians of our liberty in the Senate and
in the field, bowing their heads, one after
another, in sorrow, unde' a heavy arid pain
ful sense of popular1 ingratitude. As if it
were really a good thing to give 6uch votes
as shall suy to all young men now forming
their character, and to all future generations,
that no amount of talent, no self denials, no
fidelity, however great, however long con
tinued, however glorious in the service of
the people, shall open a road to.the honors of
public station. So let it be.' Let those
who can rejoico at such a result, rejoice
now, for - , i
foiv's thn day nd now', tlie hour."
Tremendous Excitement along the Wis
consin River. We learn thut upon the re
cent deepening of the canal connecting the
Fox and Wisconsin river, a large share of
the Upper Wisconsin waters passed through
the canal into Fox river. It is said that the
volume of water, which has ever since flown
into the latter river,' is equal to sixty fet in
width by three feet in depth; and, conse
quently, tho Wisconsin waters have been
drawn'off to an equal extent. Some time
elapsed before the inhabitants along the riv
er discovered the cause of the unprecedent
ed fall; but the facts were at length discov
ered, and ever since the excitement has
scarcely been to reasonable bounds. Meet
ings aro being held at the villages to organ
ize for resisting the outrage of the Board of
Public Works in permitting the Wisconsin
waters to be plundered for the benefit of Fox
river. Grant County Herald. '
the Supreme Court of the United States.
Ho will be'remembercd by many in tliisrity, i muke'ihe betrayers-tremble. For that day
a an amiable und talented companion f '!' r'tril mion Whigs eon afford to wait.
th -ir college days. His death will l deep- ' v T,ie WM Vnrt7 ol thi.' S.tn,e ?Jof the
, ' Nation now goes into minority;'- Or some
iy -ep.oreu ny ms numcr. n relatives ami , ..,.. r!lU,M .p .,.ny r m,T not occn.
mentis. ' .ion to sneak. For us there are no terrors i
in" tids change.' Adversity teaches its Ips- !
sums and haih its uses. " Having helped to
CuriA ami the United Statls. The Hu- j
DrATn moM the iiite or a "Cobra ie
Capello." A curious cuse is related in the j
1 f i.ii.li.n ninjir. r.f mi, i n.mf.rt firlitirr nhn I
...... ..uu.u. ...
died from the effec ts of a bite from the ser-1
pent known ts the. "Cobri de Capello," j
d destroy her. How gladly
would she have wept, but she dared not.
It sounded twelve; Strauss gave the signal
for the performance of his new waltz. The
gav dancers stood up. Sophie on the rn
of'the happy bridegroom. All .Und spell
with the tnaeic witchery of those
magic sounds. They forget to dance they
vana correspondent of the N. Y. Times has work tie WM j,.rt , orwore ition kept oh exlnbit.on at the oolog.c.l t,ar-. - , won()er ,t lhc pale man in black,
.. .. t . i. . ' . ' rlioiii. It nnnpnr. flint Ho. iliseasril wk em-1 b . . -. , i....n,t. not ita vro.
...... . , u k . rrpi.T.Torn wu UIC.l" .... .... ..
If the Democrats
I Ihnn (hut t.. u-lii..!i it hu nnttr hn.i, l.rm.rrht , m. . " " IT'" .. """- .,. rief-tom OUl UreBtU
1....1, .hi. .ir..-;n .h. r,. i K"JCUI" .mruaiuc-ii-, a..u u.x "'' s.' " ,h,h his beloved lnsimmem.
t...i ir. 'I ter spending the previous night in an Ie-, . . i.. nfTthe
Carry the day III tllO u can nmncvn im.ni ... uic ,- ; n.iin lh vi.,. niobt in n :i.L.j.... ..Si.
i r .. i. .. . - . i ... : i t , : i : i .... i . r- i i r - . -Aewwn.trr inu mi l c uanv t , -
siruggie lor me rresi.iency, all classes here . ttrc,"lr,V ,'7U J house, came to the Gardens to attend to his "V"'B,- T" " rful eve. and torn heart,
win reparu unci a resu i as a lAriino nt imnu. i in'.i'' ua.y am. tiii-iiiou!-. ii.iooh.i-; , i. ,i .ii. . . . ..
uiaie measures lo annrjfw.v: island to lw Lnitetl
Villa. It is. hopeless to endeavor to con-' anil thou
vince the inore ardent Fillibusteros that ! the Whig
versy in the Union, or to create a doubt in lormer supremacy . a many Jvurnai
' re heves us from many incumbrances; i v.ii,..i v .,. .... i,,. it. I fo'lowi th in8P, al, ,,l,r c ,
iionth apparently "crushed to earth," 1 r0u,n' rash lo," l,e L'" " hBkcro, They dance, and dance, and dance, and
ion,, i oppurt in) crusncu lurano, bosom. The reptile cruwl- I .....I,' j- nn, rp..e Strauss pays and
UiroS hi. body from left lo right, with- u. " 1 HJ" ?Bt "'to bis wonderful waltz,
not me Turning point ot the contro- vig..r a,... grow io u , .- ... nu...o... iniurilllr ,,,. .lld wa, olarf(j tv Airline in I
,,,-,.. """r--- ... ., -nA
.n t.arTii'iv nn i.i . - . 1
1K0 rnnn II.. tlin ,.vi'lniin:-fl. ni. f..r In. 1 . . . 1 - .1. KV, .n'n rr'a flaeh
minds Of the triumphant success of TP Ia, nn. TI,. Kpk tr.ilm." mil l.,i.li Ihn ,ni.miiin ni:l- tram i ,"M!; ..?BU. -r.?i at th.
what theyjleem theirowii pecuMar cause." york Tmes is Jecid, dly in favor of the an- ! its cage, and did the same thing with it.- j mmer t the beautiful Sophie falls deud up
Longevity m Canada. The Montreal 1 ncx"li"" tho Sandwich Islands to the U- , But taking it again into his band, however, ', th'floor'. Violin and bow falls from his
r. , , . . , . I nited States and gives some very urgent rea-i to replace it in the cage, the snake made :,.., .n,i wih crv of horror
Herald mentions some singular instances of i.onH why it be doI10. nJbny fiat of L ,Ur't Rt ,lia hcf,t nJ bjt hiu) lhc nose, I ijf rieks "Sophie!" and falls fahting on
longevity brought to light by the late cen-I all insular possessions, none ave Cuba it- iiifiiclinj six small incUsioua ith iu fan.', ! . 5?onhie's death the
. - - - . ... . T r 1 1 rruuuu. ...-- -1
I se.f, is more desirable. It would be a very j four on one side ol his nose and
U" ...1... .......1,1 .1, In .1...- ...in nn1 .wl u a rb,,rtoil t r 1... ili.,1 in a Vnrtf litirt
Oltlll,., n III. nilUIH ILII ;IUIJ III llic ymi'i .n... v.j .. u.- iv.'i.vw .v., ... U..U....B . v . j .......
avail themselves of the new facilities opened time. His face was livid, am) his respira-
sus. it says:-
"VVn understand tbnt more than twontv "rent benefit to our whalers, ourtraders, and other. Girling became almost ininiediately .
persons are returned, whose nn-es are saidto'ltho sugar-eating population of our Pacific insensible, and notwithstanding every rem
1 . ... . . I... . i ii' iii i . .... . I... .l:...l;.
exceed one hundred years. 1 he most ven
erable patriarch of these, if we make no I
mistake, resides in the township of Grey, I
Simcoe county, ared 115 years. Ninety
five years ngo, he scaled the Cliffs of Que-
i ...i.l. - nr...r . ...... ..!.. :.l i ;
oec wiiu u.i'ii. tv on, ho iuul n.a rcHHifiict-in . -..un . - ....... . -. r.,--.j , ... fa-
Canada, is coincident with British rule in I of acquisition, too, is surrounded by few piration had ceased, but ga.vai.ism had no ; Women are exempt from military ouiy,
., . . i .. ti,. if. .l. ...,.. ....i.n.:i;,.. ..r i rt'1..t T. u-.. c!,..un i'uriii,r ilia itiim.st 1 1. ... - ......in 1... nf men are subiect to a
ine I rovincc. lie nas uiiacueu nimseii 10 inniiiiiui'!", u. ui ih.-.i.-ih aumui ivira v, ..... ........ ... u....b ... , uut n n-nam ...
thn In.lirins.nn.l livns. in nil resn-rfs. likn I of the Island are desirous of a change, .that diseased had in hi. pomemtn a prepar-
anu there u no slavery cinDarrass- , anon given nun uv.ur. jiiicneu, nn.cu as
for trade and wealth." And as a station to
a future line of Chinese st.amcrs, they will
tion very imperfect. No stimulant.
riven, as he was unable to swallow
twoon the In.: ti-J h h.r msip. Strauss loved
I WAi.i. If ,
her to the last moment ol nis cxisieni-o.
He, too, is now dead, but his charming
Sophie waltz still lives. Musical World.
T... Tl.tttsrwEBEIWEM 3UI iJU
Woman in Ohio.-
-Woman are not subject
full into the hands of some other power ' action of the heart was kept up by artificial j t0 s poll-tax, but men are subject to a poll
perhaps a commercial rival. i lie project , respiration, ioriy rniuun-s auer uuiurni run- j
Another NegroStampf.de. A number of
slaves escaped on horses from Bourbon coun
ty, Ky., on Sunday Inst. It is supposed that
about twenty-fivo fled. Some nf them were
recovered in the neighborhood of the Blue
Licks, but more of them are still fugitives.
A number of Kcn'ucky officiuls were in the
city yesterday in search of a squad nf four,
who are suspected of crossing tho river op
posite Fulton. Cm. Coitr.
ftrAn extensive grocer in New York, re
ceived by the Pacific, nn invoice oftho very
first quality ol iriatli roso uuiier, costing in
Cork 80s the hundred, and 84s in Liverpool.
Largo orders, wo learn, have gone out since
then, and the prospect now is that Ireland
will, during the current winter, mane us
some return lor me nan.-, so uno. iuhcij
sent her in the days or her distress, in the
OrRev. Dr. Putnam, in a sermon in
New York, on Sunday lost, mentioned, as a
fro.t not crpnerallv known, that the colored
servants of Mr. Webster, who followed Ins
remains to the grave, were originally slaves
. th South, and had been purchased and
emancipated by Mr. Webster, and had ever
since remained voluntarily in his service,
attached and faithful domestics.
Delaware. The official returns of this
State Make Pierce's majority only a. .
GiT-The cholefa Was1 creating no little
alarm at Quebec on the 39th of October.
them. This veteron is named Abraham
Miller. Gullantry 1 will not permit us to
omit honorable mention of nn equally distin
guished person of the other sex. Helen
Magiure isone hundred and six yearsof ago.
She still dresses without help, and walks out
for air and exercise whenever the weather is
sufficiently fiqe to tempt her from the chim
ney corner. She still has all her faculties,
und can thread a needle without spectacles."
Summing up. -The IVAfcVi'i Gazette lias
ments surrounding the question to make
a bone of contention between the States.
Hogs and Cattle. Two houses are now
cutting Hogs, and nhout 5000 head have
been packed to this date. The feeling ex
hibited in tho early part of the week was
rat'ier heavy, but yesterday the advices from
New Orleans and New York, showing an
advance in Pork, imparted firmness to the
market, nnd it would be difficult to purchase
I i t- ...I ii ........ ik... .e;ni".
a short but very effective summing up of the R corn laueo nogs , '.-- .'
, , " ' , ilOOD.snet. One or two droves have reached
causes that deleated General Scott. There ,lfre from Kcntucky, and we noticed number
is more truth in many of tho reasons than f droves on 'Change yesterday, indicating
mnnv of our opponents wil' be ready to ad- the near approach of the active packing
The world nf ver saw such a combine- season. 1 lie sales reporir .
illimaiT uu1; , . . 4. . .
Women are exempt from a draft in time of
war, but a certain class of men are subject
to a draft in time of war.
Women are exempt from preserving the
peace of the State, but men are compelled to
preserve the peace of tho State.
1 ;:.i. u.h.n rni.nsat the age ot twelve
recently passed by the British Parliament, j yonrSi 'nrive ,he right to choose their own?
to the effect that il any person in any pas-!uar(jang
senger ship shall during the voyage direct- B wl en orphans at the age of four
ly or indirectly sell, or cause to be sold, tpen yC'argj ,ave the right to choose their
CII.Y BOH itn ,11 ni iwnv n ir.a -.. uffllfl-.
n.,rs hecome leeallj men at tuc age
a sure antidote ucainst the bite, but which
it is supposed, he did not think of a t the
time the bite was given. '
Sale of Swbits in Passknoep. Suits.
There is a clause in the new passenger act
OT-Tho "Courier des Etats Unis" says:
"The Empire! tho Empire! the Empire! is
borne to us by every echo from our coun
try. Letters and newspapers contain but
this word. The imperialist intoxication has
reached its apogee. Without contradic
tion, France presents a strunge spectacle,
and the most philosophic may una in ii a
theme for sad reflection."
Delaware Election. Newcastle coun
ty. Riddle. dem.,for Governor, 314 majori
ty. Lower counties not heard from line
out of order. Democratic Sheriff, Wm. R.
Lyman, elected by 64 majority. Dnponte,
Whig Stile Senator, elected; G. Valen
tine, Whig elected to the Legislature; seven
Whig Delegates out of ten elected.
03-The New York Express learns that
an expedition is organizing in that city, if
not for the invasion of Hayti, for something
very like it. Eight hundred men are said
to have already enlisted.and their command
ers are said to be officers of the army of Do
minica. The ostensible object is .aid to be
the advancement of a cerium colonization
enterprise, but the real design i. suspected
to have a political bearing.
fjirA gentleman once used the expression
"VoxPopuli.VoxDei," in a conversation
with Mr. John Wesley, neat once repiiea,
"No, H cannot be the voice of God, for it
was voxvofnlli that cried out, 'Crucify him,
crucify him !' " Notts and Queries.
tion of all the opposite and incongruous el
ements bb came together and worked to
gether to defeat our ticket. But hear the
Our friends ask us to account for the ter
rible defeat sustained by the Whig party.
Certainly it is the easiest thing in me
world. They had not votes enough. They
were behind and could not get up. It rain
ed and they could not get to the polls
some of them hud something else to do.
The foreigners voted against Scott because
he was a Native, the Natives because he
was hot one; tlw South because he was an
Abolitiorist, and the North because he was
for future do-
livery comprise 1250 head, deliverable from
15th inst., to 5th pros., at 5,25, 500 do de
liverable within same time, 85, i'00 do de
liverable 20lh inst. utS5;800 do averag-
gers, he shall lie liable tor every sucn tn
fencc to a penalty not exceeding Jt-'O, nor
less than JE5. This will have a good effect
in some of the emigrant ships belonging to
Idle Truants. A city ordinance has
lately been passed in Lynn, Massachusetts,
in virtue of wlucti any cliiiu oeiween me
rn'Ahf V.n n A VftflTft.
Girls are legally permitted to m arry . pro
vided their parents or guardian, are willing,
arid iH-priveu u.
i niTl'H III MA (III U OLAlCCIli IIU. UU Hit WliY . -",, uihvv
..1... w... xx-Un cIimII Tnil ti ntlonrl I flnil imnhim,n''' .. . . . 1 t.
ingP"nds,deliverabb,.stpr,.85i-, .riaanr f the" M .11 rtcVK
Beef Cattle range from 4,50 to 5,50 ) 100 , e.cwiine in dollars, or tional offices, and receiv e .11 their
u - . ...: l....li, tii'irtnl M io.in I IS ...
ina iiei, wim .".t - l' - ,. .nt t I ... II,,nso of I nrrprt on. I ano rewni'ii-,
Ir,,v Purr-., .... , ..n an i net 10 taxation, KUV
. . .w - . , . ..... ... . v U...C.I " ' j
4 dollars per head. Cin.
Sf.riows TicKt.rtG. A young man has
been arrested in Philadelphia, for endanger
ing the lift! of a lad, by tickling him when
ever he had an opportunity of doing so, hold
ing him tiirlillv between his legs hilt- rer-
formin" the onera'ion. The last time, tn.w- ; sale at New York.
ever, the lad, in struggling to get nw.iy,
wrenched the leader ol bis Ifg al the knee,
then he has been confined to his
Importations The importation of pota
toes iuto the United States mint look some
thing like the -'bringing of coals lo Newcas
tle;" but it is. nevertheless, true, a crgo
prived of representation..
M-n are subiect tn taxation but enjoy rep-
Men are subject
... ..nnnt rlisnose of personal prop-
tie, uui II is, nevorinen-ss, irui-, - - .; oi.n o ..." r . ri..h
of them, shipped at Havre, is at present on erfVi wh(, it is the common earnings ol nus.
I l- " l ...I ..ifn
I Men can dispose of personal property,
! when it is lheommon earnina of husb.nd
03-A I ways be prepared for death."-
T ,i. .. . I .n n. Iinnlllllllir.il " i'l. " '-.
. i , ....I ti.i.n in loid imi.Ti ron.itipi. ti, nis ".- . , ... , ... i nnu .viu. . , ......
a pro-slavery man; tne uuauers oecause ne """-.' " ' . . pr h plm-ed i" I" "'" lw I Women cann t d rpose ol re.i esi.ie,
was a soldier, and the b'hoys because he was bed, and ,t is now the expressed opinio., of , dor." h. rla rM0i,M.. .1.1? the common earning, ol husband
a coward; the Protestants because he was the surgeons attending him that mort.fica-.kn.ies and a I when lis the com n
. Catholic, the Catholics because he was a tion will ensue, and that the Only hope for . warrants. Thompson'. Bank , "n?.w ... . f I estate, when it ta
men en ui!-p- -- j , ..
a uatholir, ine uainoncs Dccause ne was a
Protestant, and tho Empire Club because
they were paid 200,000 to do so.
Library of Congress. Exertions are
being made to complete the library room by
the next session of Congress. Much of the
iron work has been erected, nd mechanics
continue their operations until a late hour
Rome. Sir Henry Bulwer's mission to
Rome is said to have been with the view of
obtaining from the Pope a1 disclaimer q the
pretensions- of the Irish clergy in ' political
matter.. If o the mission has signally
the sufferer's life is a resort to amputation.
i r..n Warrants. i nompson
v. Rpnnrter.'nt New York, quotes
Cotton from Africa. It is said that the ! warrants ns being l"ss active for a few days
black gentlemen who rule thecoast of Af.-i- j past. Orders frointhe West have been in
cahave been induced to turn their attention I glIia amounts. Large -lots are taken hold
to ihe cultii ation of cotton, as a far more j ot cautiously, as a fall is genorajlv unticipat-
profitable and decent business tlnm cutciiing , ej ns soon navigation tio.es
and selling negroes. The British pnpers
speak encouragingly of the trade. May it
ntnanoV and DUt 8 StOP tO the
disgraceful slave trade from the African
(Ey-You quarrel wjth your wife, my Wend;
and why!-doy.ou not iuim ouu
"God knows we do," said poor ;CauJlo,
I "each of, us want. to be master. . : t
Rutrinawices. ': Hiilino prirc.
ISO acre warrants l41 : $150
80 acre warrants 72 'o
40 acre warrants; ' 3Cj . -. ; , 37J
In Cincinnati, as we learn from the Gaz
ette, land warrants are bought by thebro
Wnra at the fntlowituT rates; 160 acres, S U0;
80 vres, 70; arid-4(racrC8, ju. . ,r e j
the common earnings
of husband and wife.
though subject to the w.aoi. u:;7-
Woman can run her husband in flebt.if not
publicly forbidden by the husband.
Man cmnnt under ar.j circumstance, run
bis wfe in debt. .
Woman, obtaining real estate, personal
property, or mixed, oy wia, j ---
dyin -riiile married, such wealth goes to her
heir.nd none to her husband.-fcto.iu"
Lilrty. - .-L , - ,
- lr3- It f, stated that abTfitho
Jnum innw1l.m Germany, of dehrw
u:n tremens, r