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t" .., i . .UlHtt- - " Vh llomhw. uiiiWjhIiIw horn uroU-iffMp4&-JvllnoT!ANl dated Ma- 2 S ;Yim ' to ibtok'tia iTSM .rrn wnsiuVlht1 flcsliilj oT fcetiub- ,ia.l'wiR VhtrJu Jinoa Jint.ii now iMito.mwptiti j "i "thai Mimrr,lKN.) 1 -,'nrnrY):nu will begin.' to tjiwlu nfifr all, I ,.T iwrnmTHiiiB htlf Hghf." Fwn wrial tt MHwbqsirr ta Mieavnl influenc bM;arMrijr; Jtrted yFnrpoB Tuw J:A,iWmOTfuiljr oninpeili.t ilia ' ..rncte'r, tlie afeiy liriii ihelndrpf pifenra .ynxoiiBjrJ )Un.aniJrV0iV our, part, lh V MMi'pti T toiimnu it my v. fmmmtti J'!,'!fP ", 'iito Vfaf'pfcjj iW'iiti (jr, wicwijf-" tiiii'."1' t'r '.toMj ""d Pul J -t'h i ih" Drvlaraiion of Inilppcnih-nce. ,iastkM their fulfillment; (ml think it is mi lfi ill ("'V iban tjie destiny of lliis 'iV;!iterrtnn;et ld'"ttli'e' .Ibcj wilialory , stejis "atf'.Vii.W sfcMMsflhry", 10 romtrriif1i llir VkB"! &-.. ' ' u '"".'.' The 4th of July, 7.0, and llis 4 Hi oi J' lJirfj,;',83-'wh a world of ihouglit! jmc inory arid wnuler fill the p'p.t'f J'n. '.i 1 V..;' '.i'"...:...l . ! 1V.1V tu,vui M nj , J'i njvisuoip ni iinw"""1'! .vtU pliiliwnphy of Franklin, ami the fore "Hnarnf Jm-KitsoN, nre put to fault. A ""inafl 'ilrprnrlr-nr of thirteen Colonies of 'fie''rfiisti' Crown, sevcuty-frevrn years oisjot-aiiiioiiuml to the world the startling tjtenslil, ,ilial "i7 men were born free ym equal !" The blood of a generation fif'mru, tint liarrlsliip and oH of a peiii- ..tutn nr jpiart).ra and heroes, have made (hat lirclurHtinn a tremendous fact! The 1. wMiitht to ilMiville nnil George iht: Third, -liava ainca been Jk-arneal by nuriy nations i the earth. The Thineen Co lonies of the Atlantic aenboard, have grown t.i an Umpire so vast as to astonish the world. , Tue charm of our history, the owk'tury of our example, the happiness ol 'iUrr people, and the aplemlid destiny thai ' Vvviytf us, hits reached tlte farthest ends of 'tlii' e.irili. And now when I izzini and , truj Italian paUtota who aid liim, fi(f1ii feu w .tun ferjvrrmtion of Italy, it is our example. ' rii'TB than tii pat . freedom of Rome, that v "siiiiriiites them. When the patriots of '..Austria and Bavaria, strike fur that liberU alii wa denied their fathers, thsy draw a r ". ioapiration from lhe regiona beyond rtie Atlaoc. ,nii when If tissnlli .?;id his 6t.ie eomjistrjMs it as pi forming piracies u. tilrukit agUt tljt ranks of ulf 1,10 despots of y, I'.ariine, they prayed lli.il they might be tiiH to our liintory, or die, if die they ;liiut, with the glory of ii)T Ancestors. ' fudged it la well that' w. should make the ( 4y of that grcit Declaration of IndeHnd a-iiee, a (Lv of jy and thankfulnens. if ere, upna the sliorue of the Pacific, we ' reenniie die avisdom of tliose institutions, yli.iclt allow an expansion over the entire mrfnea ul the largest continent in the world, ariiluHil endangarii the stability of flii Ijatiiins) compact. Mere knowing the drsliny eber with u, and our ability of crrying In the lalanda of the South Seaa ,iti piineiplea of Ireeilnin, and of teaching iltw Eastern U'urld ilia creed we profesy, 't Vhoores us this day to think (jod, and Vur grcal Ancestors, lor the heritage they t left us. , And now if the citizens ol utoia great L'oion watch wi ll their trust, and M eireaerte well the memory of thia day and ''the principles if W0 hnj in hand with t, ii he course ttaie, ihey not only ae. , nrt Iheir own liburty aud happiness, but uwin the freedom ol the woild. So mui'lt for my fjurlh of July oration. l,,"There Is no newe of imporianee to ""eominuniealtt here' at this time. Titers is a irucrai tjuw of health iu thia country, s Unaiaca iarailier duU -every thing seems t' eiwef done just now. Andrew end (ieorge 'Vr well.'aud are through their harveiting. Vltey bare maje about two hundred aud iiliy oua of hay aud cut 1 4 acres of Inr 1 iryi i ss no toulit they wi rnake a, rBiee thlnHH' "f l''r'' hay, (ieorge has It ft my room. I read thia letter to (iui h thinks it will do. 1 learned by , Jf Ittr hum my tfe, llial Uro. It. .MeM i- haw has opened a- store ia AshUnd sue 'frtrjittepd him. If you see J. F. Uoyd, ( ay' to hint that I supposed lie at least . wojild make his promise good, pf writing ',mav but i Itant mittakek, that's all. Give "mf kt regards to all that may enquire Tor me. To the people of A'hUtld eonn- lv and . the low 11 of Ashland, X wiah all health and prnsperiiy. . I hope to occupy 4a4mml pic among lliein yet si sioih ,Hr-.4a.yi. For tin ir partiality tnwar.l jBir, J slll ever fuel gralelul. tor your acf aud (aily, ttpeiva tbe aaauranee of my dSinceru. fritad.hip and ester ui. Adieu for al,t present, ...JOHN 4- IIOOT.MAN . ' ,.T-;.-tT' ". , " ' 1 , IT" The ediiur of the Gazelle has been on a pilgrimage id Columbus and examined . the Ohio limine Directory. The thing turns 01 tin Mall wrong, fr under 1 1 IteatfoP I'rlhtrrs in Zinevi!lc, the (ii knieimn says "l.s And hut two,' where W.'iiixfieWiy propet'. iinr counting makes erln.'" kWe liar 1 aeore or more prin r?rs heteTanJ terefl br eight editors, if the fcBrs,chofllmaster; blaii1tsiiihhs anil Kfryets it! the tripod Any be so callud. ViAhvitle 7'mi.- ' 1 ' ' ' - ' V( : lit.i-. ' ; -I. ' ni " .m.1 - 'i 1 Tatl'irflr m.t i tltrrvo AVm:ti.- UWi WiVlT Hiirnos-'Arres,' J ilv. flth. lSS.'iysi ;'Pie'eondiiioii of ttiinf here WgtowW wiiranMtllv! t poor are gc. ting itiireV.-ailil' Hirr hnpnlesi more de sp.irinr. Href suflicieiit for a dinner In r,' f'Vt3p. Ij S!). u,Animala;. ki 'h eiiildh iKi been bnuirlil 111 iiule ja t Tnr 34, ho rf Vmnrn ind ti .00(1. I ' rile of ia ner fu hentf, f Wnrtp j!rk - r-' TJie Koztlu AllKlr. Oi:rnfthe moT"linprf1ar1t and enltnhjing eharacterisiica of tha Ancrican people,', is their atarn devotion to such principlt i ks they diivm wiseaii(l jusl. Our nalinnul e.isiMice sprung in a greet measure, from a rigid delwminaiion to resist a tyrannical infraction of a doctrine, alike (ley to the hetter-portton of our Knglish ancestors and lo the .patriots of '70, that taxation slinuld not he imposed without representation. 'I he History tl Entlaml herself, ia friqneiuly Vlieveitby mnilMtations of this spiril.un 0e past of some irMter liberal citizen," ol honi aha may weH 'be prowl: And lhe history of America is full nY metnnrslile ilt atanre'a where her'people haee tra'rcd ilis aalee, dangec ijTerinfr ileaJlt.s t' imim ' lain ibeiMhertalirti principles.' They look' Bill tat tiieiinmadiata issite tnVolvrd, not 'to' ilia somber of dollars in jeopardy; or the number o Nees at flake, hut" to the sacred ftriiiciplea in danger, snd H the c'Onse queii'Tee which infraeiions of those, princi ple may li nil. 1 Our rcvoluliontiry aners tors would have found it a much easier lask to have paid the duly on tea, and even the stamp duty, which the British Parlia ment imposed for years than to have under gone the danter od tuctiif eil tlt expel 1 ol an armed resistance lo those acts tor months vet they saw the question in its pioper light, v.iewrd it rt fin-rely as an issue in 1'nlv.inr a lew rnltrv potinda, hut as siri- ling at a great principle, as bold invasion of their dearest rlghte. as presenting the. al ternative of freedom or slavery and they met It as freemen should. Without die adhesion lo principle, this spirit of libely, ih l unyielding devotion lo abstract doc trines ol freedom, this iti'lermiua'.ion to guard individual or national rights not merely because of the magnitude ufiha im mediate results ujvolvecl, but becaime their firt rijshU no jialiup jenn .be pcrmajieutjy free. TJtis spirit ol .watchfulness ami reso lution, or call it what you will, is to Free dom atul Jjilierty, tU'lut air ia to liomnn .lifiwl it cwr Income destroyed, our kest iiiHliki inns nu-l the most saiutnry features id' our gov. r .incut w ill perish with il. Among tic current topics of the day, is one which involves the integrity of Aiui ri- can lilizenship, the inviolnbtlny of Unit a-gis of pro., etion which the flag f nt ..,', 1,1 t,.i ..i;l., , ,!, ,;,. 1 ihcri est and tlie husiblcst id' her- .nu. It n indeed a proud prerilege, to feel lhat the guardian care of our government over those 11 represents should extend lo every dime, and know no limit hul the eoi.fmcs ol lhe globe; it isa mortifying relli ctioti that thii proteciion should have been so ulti n n ith iii ld that Aiuericun citizens should have hi'Cii .i Ireijin-uily injured and insulted, in difl'erent regions abroad, without redress or salisfacllon. It is high litne that alj ulch in- stances should he thoroughly inquired iuui, and lhal iu every case of wrung or inso lence.'thc oireniliinf parly should be effi c- lively taught lhal lhe panoply ol utir cut zenship iiiusi be helJ sacred, and that its viulalion will be met n twiih iiulilTerenee, but with the severest puuirliniciit in our power 10 mi It , c l. The par trular case e allude to ia lhal of Kozjia, loruierfy a IJwngariaji, who came 10 our shores and "det-lared his in tention" lo become a citizen; of comae re nouncing in Ihjt declaration, all allegiance lo oilier powers, and especially to Austria alter which, Kozsta, being in Smyrna, a neutral part of Turkey, was aeizrd by a hired gang of desperadoes in tho pay of the couiiuandi'r nf an Austrian biig, upon which lie was iimirjsoiieil, and from which he was rescued, for lhe present at least, by lhe courageous and patriotic conduct of ('apt. Ingruhsni, of the American liigato St. Louis. The extent 10 wlib h K'.ziia, is entitled to the protection nf our govern- uieui, is a uicsuoii wilieil nai lui'l vvmiii snjneuiiicussion and a very aide unit lengthy ari)'le, showing as we think, coucluaivtly, that he is ful'.)' cnti.lcd to ii.'.uid dial tlie ac tion ol the Austrian olficrr was an outrage alike upon lhe lawa of neutrality and lhe inherent rights of American rilizeunhip, his reaenijv appeared in thu llosion I'ont. The writer s.is he utihesilatiniily pro pounds " the dociiine lhat an alien who may have ' declared his inteiiiions' accord ing lo legal fnrin. Incomes ini-lanlly, and hy lhal net, entiiled in every protectinn againsi oiitrign which American anus owe lo he citizen." Ii support nf ill is proposition, a variety of powcrlul argument are presented, which i.ur space pruvetils us givii g ruiire. The following instances of the conduct nf Na poleon, and ol lhe IlrilUh (ioverunient, in cases somen hat t-iunlnr, arc adduced : "Some Irishmen. Montmorenei Harvey Morres, William Coibet, and (!ol'ind Ijlackwill, by name, implicated iu lhe re hellion of iheir nativo country, in 1708. siilnequenlly heeamo officers in the legion and armies of Napoleon, anil being unfor tunate in an expedition, for their invasion of Dri'ish territory having actually invad ed and lauded on llrilish territoryescaped In Hamhtirg. I hers, on that neutral ter ritory, an Knglisli agant instigating the authoriiiei of Hamburg, lhe latter seized the fugitives, dolivereJ them lo lhe English dinners, who took litem to England, and suhsi qocntly to Ireland, whert of co irse, they were liable In death. Nipolenn, autocrat and worse as ho was, with not a panicle of republicanism about him, (le nt iniled lhcjr instant release, ns members nf his family who were seized on neutral groin. d warned the' llumhurgers of iheir doom, made war on the point, procured their release, in despit of every difficulty, ami at llio subsequent pnace (1802) cxieled from the authorities U Hamburg a Hue of two million sterling for lhe nulragc permit led and carried. oi by them. Tim V.nf- hsh government itself upholds lhe doctrimi of riiizenahiji to cwn a grciitrf rxtcnl. A Jew born in the Ionian Inlands was not long since mobbed iu Alliens, wlicr he had been long in buaiuess anil made hint self juaily detested. ' IU H aimed lhe pro tection ol a li.itish suty-v!, and thmigh the Wreck governmrnt was no parly to' the outrage, a the Austrian gnrurnmefll lain ihiaeaseof Kozsla, a Hiiiisll lleet iinineili alely Idorkadctl A thi ns and lhe Fi nns, and U'iihilrrtf only upon an exlortionnie tribute .being g'ven to it pfotece. 'I'he Jew's name was Paeifico the flSrilis.lt ml-nisli-r the present lrd Hslmerston. ' Hy, t'lerelors, lhe public law of Europe, tlie II ig c!a!mil by an iixlivnloal.il o if h ha may Mot W bore amUr i , trod c' tin against aN oatragaan Btntrai groimd whether thai o-rtnn tot liy a gniernmciit or a mod, 11 h Ix'.lr en nidi hiws or prictice, 'a ktyri Kurooe, eniOl J9 Jbtt ptq- leciion. luldilioi fio the'se examples, ifla alleged thai every individual haa a right fo select thtfoouniry 0 wtyivh.he ahalj give, allegi ar.cej (a point frcqueiiily in issue between our eoumry' and Oreut Dtitaiu, iand in whinii, although il 1 nay haje never, been formaly ackriywledgedwoareelcarly right.) and lhat after an immigrant has by a ''dec laration of intention" thrown off allegiance I to all other, porters, .having ,uptbei. gov- : ernmtnl lo protect lilnlj pe, is jegajly eamletj to lhe pniti ctioo of our tiwn. . ,lt is .ac knowledged lhat an immigrant, even before he gnina a fight io Vote, is entiiled tft pro-" toetinn while on ouf shorcsV'and trhy not when as a sailer or, Iraveller. .he ,eiiturcs Uroddf;' The writer lit the'W also con-' h ndit rfiiil when ait immigrant makes the' ftrst initiatory. step to citizenship, he takes imoath ahd makes a bargain wirli The rra- tinn' binding himself to tbe disdiarge if the" duties cil citizenship as far as lie is per mitted nr required to do so, and ia relurn, this net entitles hisn to the reciprocal pro tection of the government ' ' It clearly demonstrated lhal Kossta isj fully entitled to our National protection; fhn'wcent acts ol tho Austrian officer have violated one of the mrsl essential 'privile ges inf' American citizenship.' For the promptness displayed by Capf. Ingrahain in resenling the wrong, and doing all in his power to protect Kozsta, he descrwH' lhe thanks of the Nation, and has gained a ' proud position among the oflicere of our Navy. For the further discussion and determination! of this question, we look with uonlidcnce loan Administration equal' to any emergency, and that needs nobc-j Icr guide to its duty in the premise, than the eloquent declaration in the Inaugural Message, thai "The rights which belong to us as t nation, are not alone to be regarded, but those which pertain to every citizen in his individual capacity, at home and abroad, must be sacredly maintained. So long as he can discern every star in its place upon that ensign, without wealth to purchase lor him preferment, or title to se cure for him place, il will be his privilege, and must be his acknowledged right, to stand unabashed even in the presence ol f"1!1'"' 1 V1 consciousness .".a. he' 11 lumstil oneof-i nation ol sovereigns, atid that lie cannot, in legitimate pursuit, wander so far from home, lhat the agent, whom he shall leave behind in the place 1 now occupy, will see that no rude hand of power or tyrannical passion is laid upon h.m with impunity. I lo must realize, lhat upon every soil, where uur enterprise may rightfully seek the protection of our f) ig, American citizenship is en inviolable panoply for the security of American rights." Bank Taxes, In discussing lhe tax law of 1853, lhe Ohio Stale Democrat speaks as follows of thai portion of it which relates to banks, whidi we commend to our readers, and all others who are disposed to snlo w ith tl.e h inkers. "But it is claimed thai banters are not tixed like, other individuals that they are not permitted to dednct their indebtedness.' Let us see for a moment. V hat is it lhal lhe law-proposes 10 lax in lhe hands nf in dividuals? Manifestly, property. What does the constitution what does right and justice say shall be tnxed in lhe hands of a bank? J'ronertif ".HI properly (m- ployed in banking, thrill bear a burden of tuxulwn equal to I hut imponett on the property of individ'toh," is lhe language of the V iisti uiion. Now, wlnt is the property of a bunk? Are not the notes and bills discounted, and which are draw ing interest property? Are not the Stale Mocks btloitgiiii; lo It, and upon which il draws interest, property? Arc not all of the inoncte, rdeelsoi dues, loaned, invest ed, or otherwise used or employed with a view to prolit, or upon which sucn oatiK or hanking company receives, or is enti tled lo receirc inlcris', "property?" All of ihcse would be properly in the hands of an individual; and he would be com pelled lo list lliem for taxation. Hut we arc met with lhe argument that from his "moneys and credits" an individ ual may deduct his indebtedness, and it is claimed that lhe same privileges should be extended 10 a bank. Tnis is true, and we are free to admit that it ii an anomaly in the law. Its exisicnre, may, however, be explained in several ways. In the first place, indebtedness is permitted only Iu be itciliicted hy individuals from the single item of mnneya and credits, upon lhe sup position nf ils being limited to the nrrcrst lirt of the owner, and that the monays on hand arc intended exclusively for the pur pose of speculation or profit. Uul when tli -y become the ttork iu trade of, the in tljtidtial or corporation, and upon which the predicate a butinni, as in the case of a hanker or broker, they stand precisely upon a footing with the mtrehnudixt of the merchant, and should bo taxed "with out deduction." Any other rule would be to permit them to cvndo taxation entirely, for it is well known lo all who have been so far initiated in lhe mysteries nf banking as to be permitted to inspect a bank bal ance shesl, that lhe liabilities always foot up equal to the retourrrs. There is an other reason why there ia ho analogy be tween the case of an individual and a hank. Tho individual who contracts in debtedness ia compelled to pay interest, or its equivalent, in enhanced price upon that iiidchlednesa; whiroar, the banker is prtvi leged by law to draw intereit ; on hit own indtbledneu. So, in any light in which wo view it, lhe cases aro not auala gnus. Rut, above all this, the cnnsiitii lion ears: ' "The (leneral Assembly shall provide, bv law, for laxiug lhe notes and bills disclaimed or purchased, mnneya loaned, and all mher property, elfecta or does, of every description, (leitliout tie due'ion) of all banks now existing, or hereaf'es created, tie." In liko manner Individuals are not, except in lhe single in stance mentioned, periiiined 10 deduct their indeblednessrom lheirprnperty. Through the entire law, the idoa of taxation upon raptlal ia ex hided il ia no where made the basis, without reference lo the amount of capital enipioyed. ' ' . - 1 ol The firmer who purchases pieoa of Imri npnn credit ia not permitted to deduct any portion of hi tnilebiedttes from it value he is taxed upon the fall tmohnl. Nei her can ho deduct from the Talus' of hi (0ck, hi horses, faille, or other fief tonal property, any pnrion of hi indebted, nets, Nti herein the merchant from" 111 -lock of rood, nor ths manufacturer from 1 He materials of hi Jusiaci-all Uiese an laxed upon tlie "average of property; in their possession, and under their control," without any deduction for indebtedness. Now w submit that lhe note anil bills dis counted, money loaned, in., of the bank er, on all which he is drawing interest or making profit, are aa proper -subject for taxation ae the good or any other ware of tho merchant, laying idle on his shelves, depreciating in value every 'day, ssiMiir which litis perhaps indebted or paying In terest; or the stock pf lhe larmer. the man ufacturer or mechanic , , The instructions under the lax law hav been for years, I'aierchaui rmist include" in their state, incuts the average value of (heir good and lucchandize, and manafMlures lhe average value of the raw material used and on hand in the manufactured and unmanufactured article.!' It i lhe average value of ill property on hand during lhe past year, and noi lhe value jI the capital employed,' lhat must be returned. "Merchauta aud manufacturers faimof deduct Iheir dcbti from iheir slock of good and manufac lurea." Thia i ills language 0 Auditor Wood, in hi 4isiriict'ns, 10 Assessors and Auditor over lhe State, the lasl six years under lhe old tax law, which has been eulogized by every Whig politician anil press, and lauded 10 lhe skies a a per fect model of a lax law. .Whew llien is the iojusrioe of applying lo banks and hank-' ors lhe same ruts lhat have lor yafheen applied lo merchants, manufacturers and oilier individuals? But, il ia saUl,- lhe banker is compelled to teep a certain a niou.nl of money on hand 10 meet his in debtedness, ami is taxed upon lhat. IS'oi. so. Tlie money luyhvg ua hand, the de-' posits or other money not used, employed or investvd with a view to profit, aro not required to he listed; and herein nay well be expressed doubt a to whether the law goes aa far as lhe constitution requires. Again; it is objected, the law taxes the "deposits" of a bank, and thus ihey are laxed twice; mice in the hands of the bank and again in the bauds of the depositor. To this we reply that lhe money on tie poaite, so lung as they are kept bona fide a such arc required 10 be listed; il ia only when ihey have been converted by the bank la il own use aad loaned out or oth erwise employed wilh a view 10 profit, that ihey are lo be listed for taxation. Thia is only an illustration of one of the many ap parent inconveniences thai arise under any system of taxation upon property. Many similar case occur with respect to individ uals, as, for instance, taxing a house or a farm in the possession of the purchaser, and lhe antes of hand representing the value of the same, in lhe bands of the sel ler. If, however, il bo delcxuiiiul thai the banker or depositor shall be exempted, iu appears to that equity would say Oie de positor, who runs the risk without any re muneration, should be exempt, and lhe hanker having die use of lhe money and making profit upon it should pay the tux. Is there any individual who would Pot be very willing lo pay taxes upon auy amount of money deposited with him, without in terest, on condition lhat be might use or loan it out and pocket the profits? If bank cannot afford lo pay taxes on de posits when they losn Ibem oui; il il be a losing business Ihey can very easily get rid of il, for as we understand it,, lhe receiving of depusitc is no matter of com piUitn. Ottr Forelga Policy. The Washington correspondent of. the New York Herald, under date of August 20, says: We have reason to believe that Lor I John Russell's letter relative to the propo sition Tor a tripartite treaty bus been an swered by Mr, Marey in a manner which wi.l not only convince Hie I'.uglish oecre tary of Stale of his want of correct geo graphical knowledge a to lhe distance be tween lhe United Stales aud Cuba, but al so of the fact thai any combination of Eu ropean power by which ibis country is likely to be nearly or remotely affected, will not be regarded mill mtlilfo.'ence. H e arc further of opinion lhal the truly Amer ican doctrine enunciated by Mr. fevered in llis celebrated Stale paper in reply In Messrs. Cramptun and Sarthrea, ha been endorsed and emphasized by the present administration to the fullest extent. From present appearances, while no disposition is manifested to assume a hostilo altitude on lhe part of our Government, il is evi dent that if lhe threat of J.ord John Uos sell, lhal Great Uritaiu is free lo act sirorly or in conjunction with oilier powers, as 10 her may seem lit, means that aha will en ter into combinations to thwart the policy of the United Stales, thai there will be no hesitation on the part of ('resident Fierce in protecting the interest and hon or of lhe country. . How it Take. We are highly pleased wilh the recep tion the nomination of Mr. l)AR5ir.T. for Stale Superintendent of Common Schools has met wilh all over Uhio. llis superior fitness for the place is universally askiiowl edged by Democrats, Whigs and Aboli tionists. I)is practical knowledge of the teachers' wants and duties, hi high moral character, gentlemanly deportment, knowl edge of men, and admirable business hab its, have been long known lo those who have taken an active part in advancing ih educational interests ol the Stale. The teacher of lhe State are especially ac qtiainted wilh these qualities in Mr. Bar saMKY. and Ihmijh many ot them reel lliein aelves committed to vote for Mr. Andrew, there is not one who will regret to have Mr. It ahnf.V elected. ' . -i. :-i Wo hnve before ns s teller from a promi nent and influential teacher, located al nrcecnl in lhe interior of tbe Stale. We give a portion of it, to show lhe feeling lhal prevails generally among the body to which he belongs, and how the nomination of Mr. Kaiisky is reeaived by them. Tho writer ayt " " "I am rejoiced lo hear of the nomina lion of Mr. Harney for the office of State Commissioner of School Yon are aware lhal he wa our first choice here, and thai it wa Ihrauglt tli supposition that he would not accept, lhal w finally recom mended Mr. Andrew. 'M ' "His nomination ha astounded the Whig and Freesoilcr. anil il divide the Association, a no one ran shy any thing against him, and overy one will vote ac- Oiinlinit In tiifl rmraam il n.Mflrf ItccaL' "You know that I am a Whig. I haver replied to all inquiries itoroHyirrUarrTeT',!- by slating that he is the-best qualified man; in the Slate, and thai I jvas astonished that in lueninciuis nau ueeo :o..iirewu 111 their nomination." , ; i i Thai is 1 high but vfdl merited compli ment to Mr. Harney; ntid it must be the more gratifying lo the friends of Mr. Bar ney, from the fact lhal be (lid not seek the nomination that il was lorced upon him, eonlrary fo hi owl) dosircs, bat Vinder lhe mm conviction, on the part of the Democ racy, that the duly iff every citizen lo aerve the Slate, when bis service are needed, is s paramount one, . The peculiar duliea of ho. office sought the .man, ami il must be gratifying rbreryt citizen lhat one, in every way so worthy, has been .found to .administer them. (in. L'ntti- - ' "V The Japan Expedition. The local correspondent of the Wash ing ton Jlrpublic, under date of .Tuesday last, announces lhal ih Navy Department is in receipt ot dispatches from Commo dore Perry, at Shanghai, lhe sixteenth of May:" "" :,..'. .:.:. .' ' Vj He reports all well with hi squadron, and lhat he waa about ta depart very soon for Japan, having one of hi vessel on the Chinese coast for I Its use of tbe Amer ican Commissioner, abouUl he hate occa sion for its service. This ia a modifica tion of Ferry's original programme, which embraced every vessel of lhe fleet al his command ia iu proposed Japan expedi -non. I lie fact thai he tees the necessity for thus voluntarily reducitighis already in adequate force may be taken as a pretty clear iudicalion linU rlie Commodore con siders' affaire in China aa approaching a crista, lie lib rwouaWy transmitted lo the (Sovernmtiit practical sail valuable no lilical auggeslions and information : but whatever the nature of his dispatches their contents have 1 not yet transpired. Ad- i H'es bao been recently received at shang hai from Japan. ' The Japanese were making preparations lo receive the, squad ron in a friendly manner, al. hough they weiO al lhe same lime' increasing and strengthening their foriilicbiions. Dutch officials are understood to be the parties through whom lie Commodore will be expected 10 mke his salaam io the Ja panese authorities, i hey surely cannot be expected to expend much effort in se curing us a favorable reception; iheir in terest lies in an opposite direction. If I am nnl much mistaken, the govern ment is iu possession of official advices from China, tending to show lhal there are quite a number of revolutionary move ments in China, oaeh distinct form, and independent of the others, bul ali operating ubder lhe saroe general influence Chris liauity. If this lie true, the result lo be expected is thu devision of the Empire in to numerous independent StauM. Tue Comkt. The appearance of th Comet which has been seen in our North western horizon has revived speculations and theories respecting the nature of these bodies. Among oilier things, La l'lace's description of lhe probable effects of a col lision between the Earth and a Comet, is published as follows: , "The axis and roiary motion being changed, theeas abandon their former posi tion, gild rush (0 the new eq.taior; a great pari of ihe men and animals are drowned in this univers il ihlugt, or destroyed by the violent shock impressed on the lerres'ial lilobe: entire species annihilated; aud all the monuments of human industry awept away! such are lhe disasters which, might be expected 10 ensue from the shock of a cornel. We see, therefore, why die ocean hat formerly severed tho Ii it'll mountains, on which it has left indubitable marks of its presence; how lhe plains and animals of ihe South may have existed 111 the cli mates of the North, where their remains and impressions appear; and lastly, by an ivent of this kind, wc may explain lhe novelty of the moral world, the regular processes of which cannot be traced be yond ihree thousand years. The human species, reduced lo a very small number of individuals, and lo ihe most deplorable slate, entirely occupied for along aeries of lime in lhe earn of their own preservation must have totally lost the remembrance of the sciences aud arts; and when lhe pro gress or civilization gave efficacy lo lhe wants of less pressure, il became necessary Ui repeal again lhe various gradations nf in vention; asif men hadihen for the lirstiims been placed on the earth. Uut however adequato Ihe cause may be lo thesu phe nomena, fur whit h it ia assigned by gome philosophers, we may he perfecdy al our ease, with regard lo so terrible an even! happening during Ire short interval or in dividual human life." , r?" People act a if ihoy intended lo live forever. We all know that our neigh bors will die "when their lime comes," bul the idea that we ourselves will be thus run into the ground, is a matter of such apparent absurdity that il i never ihoughl of. Some may object to ibis indifference, and yet il is productive of immense good. Nothing else make men Industrious at three score, or keeps up the supply of en lerprise and gn-ahcadiliveness after we once pass lhe middle age. Let men once place a proper estimate on life, and the hours wlucli are now devoted lo . work " of great pith and moment," would bo con sumed by indolence and litnuliviiy. So ciety would grow stagnant from lhe or der of lhe world would be taken the pearl ash of excitement, and all things fj hack into a long yawn aud an inglorious torpid iiv. One of the most active and useful business men in this city is ppwards of seventy t and why ia he thus active! for no other reason than lhat he thinks hup self one of "Ihe immortal few who were not born to die." How great ia his mistake! In twenty year Irom now boy will be playing ball ncainst hi tomb atone. Hi miatake is great, and. yet il is useful. Sat isfy our old friend lhal ha ia surely to die Within the ns (I ten years, and you would destroy his industry with as much certain ty a if yno had cut off both s hands anil severed his jugular, taod has arrang ed things wilh audi perfectiiesi lhat ech man e thnughtlcaaneis lends lo the produc tion f good.s-Dutchman. '' There isa'caso pending bjfnro-Uie Co,urt in i.ticnneiu, r;onn., in wnicn gtmicman ask damages nf a young lady for breach or promise oi marriage. , ' CHERBYiPECTORAI COUCBS,1 COlIH, nURSEXESS, BROicnms,T Hoonic-coucu CROUP,: ASTI1XL AND . "And ly thi rhtr, vpon Iht bank thereof; thail fffwe all freer for mat, whtu leaf tha II nol foot and iluirnUJhtrnf ilioli be for meat, and the leaf thereqf for medicine." ' - J , ' " " Hera was haps (or the sick recorded long go and every jear adds' new proof to llis assurance that these promises shall not fail.,, - -V At medical Scieaco discoters and designates the remedies attars hat given, ana bj on, the discs. sea that afflict nar race yield to the control of art. Of all tha maladies we aulTcr from, nons has car ried more victims to an untimely grav than con sumpUoa of lli-(,ung. Subjoined we (lite some evidence that this too may bo enrsd, and lhat Pul. mohiiry CqmplninU, in all iheir forms, may be romeirsd'hv C.UKIIRY PF.CTOUAI,, , , . Space will nul permit ua ro publish hare any proportion of the cures It has effected, hut the A. gent below onmed, nil. furniili our Circular, free, whereon are full parlicalara aud iadiipulahle proof of Ihcse facial S0Vreri! read and Judge fur yourselves. FOll INFLUENZA AND WHOOPING COUCH. Nashville, Teas., June 2(i, IS'il. 8irt I hava repeatedly used your Cur.miY PkC-' niatL for Whooping Coughaod Indiums and have no hesitation in pronouncing it a complete remedy! Foar ofniy children have huen alilicteJ wilh tliose diseases, and llio Tree use of lhe I'cctukal hat all wuyt aifurded almujt iustant relief. IAMKS IU0VEP.. Wo attest Ihe truth f the aliovo statement. M. MctilNTY, Kditnr'irihn Nashville Whia. 1. M. .IMMKIIMAN, Druggist. "' ' ', FOll A CONSUMPTIVK COIXH- ' , . PmsBiaopA. Feb. Is, 1S.M. . Dear Bin For'throa years I have been atllic-' led with a Co igll, so distressing that 1 frequently dispaircd of recovery; much 01 the tune I waa ob liged to sit up all night in my chair, as my enstgh would aulfooale me whoa 1 laid dawn. Having uod many rnnimlies without much relief, I at lasl tried the CIIKHIIY I'KCI'llllAL winch under Providunco has cured me altogether. 1 am with gratiiude pours, : V' -JAMKS MCANM.F.S. TVis it oneof He mmeroue caret if attltmti which hunt beenacireiitrt lo I'herra Pectoral. Albasv, N. Y., April 17, 1S48. Da. Avta, Lo veil. 1)B(r8i- have for years been nflhcted with Asthma in lhe worst font,, so that I have been obliged to sleep in my chair for a larger pari of tlie time, being unable lo breathe on my bed. 1 hnd tried a ureal many mcdicinee,to no purpose, uuttl my physirinn prescribed, aa an ex ponmnnt, yourCur.aar l'E;roaL. At first ii -oeMed la m ike me mo worse; hut in less than a week I began to -xpcricnc the most gratifying relief from its twe; she now, in four wooks, tlin ditenso is entirely removod. I enn sle,n on wy bed wttli cunifort, and enjoy natato ot hcoitli which I had neverospecled tu onj iv, GKOIIHK b, FAHANf, Commission and Forwarding Merchant. From lhe President of Amherst Cullage, F. DIVA 11 1) HITCHCOCK, M. D., LL. 0 tc. .1. C. Aran. 8ia: 1 hnve used your CHKIIRY PKCTOIIAL in my own cateol deep-seateil bron chitis, and am sainticd, Irom iucheimcal constitu tion, that it ia an admirable compound lor the re lief of laryngeal and brouclnal dillicutucs, Ifmy opiioon, as to its superior character, can be of an service, you are at liberty in use it ns you think proper. ., LOW AHD 111 I'CIICOCK. Auiheral, Sept. 13, If I!). . Ameng the nihor distinguished authorities who havo lent their nnuies to recoinuicnd tins prepar ation si the host known lo tlicui lur ull'uciions ul tho lungs, are; PaesiDrnr Peskits, Vermont Med. College. Paor. SiLLiHArr, Yal Collrg.:. Paor. Nalestine Morr, New-York. Paor. Cleavclask, llowdoiu Mud. College. Paot'. IIUTTERnELO, I luo Med. College: CaNVDIAS Jo iBS.tL OV MllUleAL pVlENCE. HoSro!VMF.Il & M'BO. JoVRUAL. ('Hni.Esrow, H C Mr.nicAi. Itr.vir.w. ( New Jr.ascv Medicil Itrroarr.a. Hon llr.sav Cliv, U H Sesatob. lion tir.u P Mabiii, Am Ambassador to Turkey. Oex Knv.iuei. Heaves, ('resident of Chili. lit He K. Power Lord llishop of Toronto. Rev Unci Lavsino, Hboosi.vr New York. , Archbishop Pi-rceli, nfCiucinnati Ohm. Aleo, nway eminont porsoaages in I'orsign coun tries. Not only in the mors dangcrnns aod distressing cases ol tlie Lungs, hut also ns a family medicine for occasion-l u.e, it is thaal'sat,plesaalettand best in lhe world. I'rci.reil and 1 Hit bv J AMBt C AY Cil, Druffiit and ChtmM, Lowell, Nnu. Prepared and sorf by Jnmet C. Ayer, I'rarllral Vhemitt,T,otrrll,Mitt.illturget Bgfoic,Mns jfsf, wholetalragrnl) tl.F.WhilneyaniW . Mil liiiglon, AihlttnJ, Ohloi llayet If Kinninger llayetillle, Oio and by Dritggittiand Agentt throughout Ike Hint: .. oelj'y. 1.1 . NEW DRUG STORE! ' uoll.v H.ciTunn&co., . Wink-sale and Retail Oi-u jlls, Two doors cast r Uie Bank, and opposiia lbs Umpire iore, ARK. receiving and will constantly keep on hand an anensivn assortment of Uruas, MMklnrs, fh'nil I pine Noap, Fancy labtlt ruiiy, rainia, uns, snunonirs. vsrnisiics, nyestuirs,andOorks, Mntionary and Colors. Kr.liool Glass Were, Cut (ilaia, Iiuoss, runrrc tinnsrlrs, Hplces and (lrocrlea. ftlobe nuJ Wall Lamps, ou esttcv i c f. Pwa . WlBs, Hntrlts and niri.l,il Mlsnil Laiur., BMllss. Vials siid AfWlk ecrv ahun Kurollurs. Lninors, ror aivan! pur poses, nnlv. Paint anil Vainiali. Ilmna Clears, Pine cat, Chewing es. Vt aitcwaah suit Slioc aua MiujKing lotiAccn, IMKhr,' Tooth, Hair niiutis, lemons and or anxvs, Surao-al ierisru- And Cloth Hrusttrs. Ks lilrnts,Trtiai.rs, Kxlracls eeallat Oils, Penuoici-y,l aua all kinds nl noiiular Our good aro warranted lo bo fresh, pura and rsieni .vicuiciuca, . genuine, and wore purchased al tho lowest rales tor ready cash, and will haaold al Cleveland pri ces. I'liymcinus, Apothecaries, Nnnanioa anil Artists wlio uso our articlea in larva quantities will lis luruishaa al wiioloaale prices, and will Hnd ilto Iheir advnntsfn to pure- ascot us, rnther than send to Clevcla..w or elsownero. In a word all our goods shall be of au h prices and lunliiv aa to mako it IVr Ihe interest of every purchaserlo psiTOOIBV iw. ii, mm. cnj. Asnioau, jano a, ituj. mi i 1 Kit I CAN I.N KIN LIKK INSUHANi:K jti-iiiiii-Aivt-tiiiioa is a.aat Bourm-sir.r., tioiiiimati, llhio.ln:orporaiad by tha ttiata ol Ohio, tliarlor nnruotual. Autlioneed tuuiul, alllU.OOUiand a lame accumulated fuad. Thia Company will inaur livea on oithtr the Stock or Mutual plan. - I'eraona insurin ia lhe Mutual Deparlmani aan secure nna hall of lhe premium by-sjivms; a'p amlumavos. 'Thosoinsu ring in-tho Stork Department can pay Iheir pe ininnifl annually, aemi-annually, nr quartsrly. Tha raaoa ara aa luw aa thoea charged by most Companies. ' t I . i i- --' -, .is i--.si.i i orrirraa asm BiRrrmas. " ' ' ' ' ' . ,.oi.., MKRICK H. DKAN, Prsaldsnt. ' ' GtOBOtW.naA.iUal, Secretary., ' '' . i , i . ii - - i it" ' ' DiarcToat. . ,,. Morick II. Dean, Charloa . Glaiier, Jeaao (laireuon.M.D., K. ttaakenaoa, ; Ooorge S, Hi onctl,-. . , lianrga W. tirshara. VIIITINO AND CX4HIBISO fllSSICIABS. It. D.'Mussuy.M.D., W. ll.Muaaay.M.O., "" R. H. Newton, M. D., Jossa Carralstin, M. D. N. B. Baapoaaible paraons (Phyaieiaaa and others) may nblaia th Agnnaf ol this Company fur thoir neighborhood, anaV las supplied gratis wilh in sabliciioM hi alrcalalloa by addreasiag Ilia KsNmury, '-: '"-' -e l .. The fallosliafornistlon ia falatlrm lo tho eah jicl of Lil'u litsuranc will bar froely impnoyd to annlioanta at this nliice. . i- . t , , iwi;Kt..U.I'ARr,r.3,Agont,Aau!d, Jilna 1S63-I) l. . I I .;r,JMCTIL; HALL'S .yunsumpiion,, jjicune, .i anuria, Urnnrhi- lis,' Wasling "of" the Flesh, Niglil .-in' 8 westn, Spilling of Illood, IIoo-,-iplngJolRlf,ifheultyrtf,BreV'., ' '"""f" V'Mr Coughs, Infill ''. -pinit'wir.. paiii in :;,'... the SWe,-tisj r1 Oi'" ' 'rr'."airf'rt7hrrw!' Mid'rljrl4iHigs.y $16,000 RgVVAUD '"Is Ojirtd for i hjtliftectipt, t Con tains "" ho .Ot)Tu(ii,.. Ct)lomcl, -. "... j or Mineral PoibotiV IT "M'li'iafe Ar(i. '.Vetf nelUett Vhiii) 11,111 " -1 . ..J. '.. ..' , ! J:i ,..'1., 'Itlsastlmatnlthat 1IUI,U0 iiersons dlsanonallrln llietlnlbedNlales, nilh coiisunnaioa. Sail Hrofasssor Kbcrlt ) thai vtnuiulir ( IUki.s uuUlbtuvvd by ttio timely use ol some promot rtuicdr, . , IR. n.tl,t, R BAl.KAM M HlItUK. it tliebot ontis niscaseat once, Mid such Itirssppeilv rrTKt,ihl ant one mini ttsrsrlr eeonllni'to Hrecrhn foru or Sf hours, -amt tih eiittreljf satlsftru" wlta Itr merlis may return 41 aud rtcelvs back his. biobs;. ,m., Til it tkmfilli retvtiei. ,'riio most dlitressiux couirli kenufr In a few hoors' time. T I smtctpsj -do not have to purdntso bottle after tiffMse VTorr 1tier Tina ... .. u..i..ii.i, wi til ..llKll' UllK. BOUOril. mm iciuri. w,n BjioTo-reiisi umot. -.eu Cell on tlicaiipul And act pameklal f ills. Tlie treatise on ConstHMpllou nlons Is wurlli more than Hie pries of Ibismeillclne. Yon will And cerlllii alrs of Physicians la Cincinnati,- and of olhen.- whosa cures liava beciitlecud Uric aChenie, where liter las be found. .,. , . , The public .have been Imposed npon hy rcmrdli-s, rceommeniled hy cerllflealcs which hare altvs) orlvinatPd Tron- some nukuswn source. Vi'o telli-vo llml a-medlsine- piMsssslgo) irsd anodts wlll efTect cures whmavsr U Istiwd, llioai'HlK bI.ii.s4 'fills Is uoPsrccoiloiMspiratlon. hittone vhkh ITsmsl ia -sos will mvotlHv lifaaoflhoataiHls .i.l nitf sons wtAy isol'S ihle pnrgniit kj'a Jlgtntit Trotu whom tluiy purclisse, lhat in eveiy case where ilisiM-,1 freely according toillrerlions, sroiteutfrs ssH-lactioti is not given in 9Xdr3t honrs,-Ihey csn m-11114 ti e mediollie. and tbelr mentenillmethttrfell rc'usWrrf. AVKINII Al ( ONai)i:u. Dr. Ifull'i BALSAM, is no Paragorie 'reparation, but a Medicine which ' makes cures at, home, where :. rurlies can b t Found, .', The Great Cough an! ,C6nsBiiipl(vo Kemcily. RRI1KR1 bare ynn a :cotia, which you are nej lecllnt.unui.riha idea that lilsnttlya eomiiion cold, and thai it will soon "svewr (tselr out?" 11 1 friend tell you, in all kindness, what will soon he the proh-alde-rcsult. la a short lime if you conllnue to neg lect yourself, you will hrftin tofeeleaeuseor tiElir nSMptod oppression acroastlte tliest, accoinpaulrd n ith liHiilent .harp ilarlliif ala. Then, a dry hsrk ina coiilt will set 1,1, and when -ou raise anything il will healhiok sort ycliowixh, orwhhV rrolhy nisi ler, atnasssa pel haps with blood. I! roustlllukt no liii-diciiM, hcae utiplcasaut symptoms svlu liicrmi'e, and you will soon Uve bcaic fever (wild chills, iiIkIiI sweats, copious c.vpecloi-alton, aud then great IH'uvtrallnn. lr you still neglect yourself, a few wrcsa or uiuimis win see you coitHliued lo the grave, Isavliis ypnr friends to mourn how aiidly consiimp, Itontfia Its work, ant hiirrlid you away, rlendl have you no cause lo he alaroird In the above sketch you may see In a jtass, how every case ofcon suiiiertiourroitirssn, wttli more Or lraplaiiy, ma fatal lermiiiation. 01 alt the tlmusamla aud million n hOintMsarrnlJlestroyix' baa lallu-nrlu the toinh. every snertc case lrau Willi a cold! If thia had been alleudral to. all milhl have been well hul, he. ItiR neslectril, lioilei the- fatal drhilou lhat it would w.-ai itsell oSMttrattsfrrred ilailladly act on tnthe enlistaoceorihe Fames, exiilleti there lhe loitnalir.n of tubercle. Astoilu r. aoK aiiollie-cold addi-tl reel to the Hams, until liu-.e tutu-reins hetran 10 si. lien and suppurate, leaving, hythrlr ulceration, great ravilii-a In lhe limits. Al this crisis tlie ilisea.i- is very ilifll. cult of cure, .and often liujes sets aldcltace allhu. man uieaws. In the taller nr-n-nral sla. this meillr.lne srlllnf. leolinicsarreslthe disease, or check llspioarfss, and will always make the lieiil more comfortable, and prolonitliis lile, aod II is therefore worthy of lhe tri al hoi in ils Incifiii-nt or running period, Conswsiip- n a. vtiianic a any oilier utseasa. aud Or. n , 1.1.-.-, itai.sin tortile l.ultce, tr latteu al this lime, will cure It assurclr as taken I We earnr,lv Kh,.ri all who havu a couch, or are uloc to colds. In kr. p the olrillcioe hv tlii-iu. and whenever row ,!. rt.1.1 eradicate It Ihornuehty, and al once, by thl rorwrr- 111 aeaiiuRcninpounri.siid leave your Intiss utiliiurrd, lorarry yau in rull Tieur to a smal old aee. COXSUiMPTIONCURKD! TKSTIMONY OF A PHYSICIAN. Menira littler, 4 Cv.t . - DrA Smu-Tlie nul.llr CftiCtatlv ir fullv rf ttir ilifMiniiitM uf ri'innllci i-f ltiiMi-tl I.uiib. uu.lt r the lilifftof SaiMiiaiilla", rilN. I'luen, Uiiimetiis cc, ritat art daily Bfpwlil l lln-ii nonce lliiuuph lllC l.effrliaocru. Itr V ol Jtlvi-illrniriil M. nt. jeet lii ffiitius iIiIm nute fr fulilMiion. ! in iudura Mir puiihc. nr tl lfl tttupf vt.oirnfli;n-d(ifilirf will vne ,ia(riit nird,cinr) to umo uuc that cuiitaiiii articli'H nl rtal t in put Mutuary iUrum. I am cull c.Diii dial, tn 'udutfit 1 m.i 'at-iius mo ft utipinirii. ilunail)-, and 4cror;ii)rjr Ut llir juJcrratu of niedital nclniccaii.l the rrpniariiiActJtioiifn of uifilicine. Tlie nit Jiciuc io which I n ror.la "Jr. llnll J7il ttiut for thr luMfeu" I liavo piTrJcrlhiU It lii4lai' inihi'tci ot ca-n, ami aiuayn W lllt nir.f,r$u. One ttf tu .iart1cuUr.lt u liitli 1 vtUh iiuw tori-h-r. en up tiy nereiat pIi)iclanH w, hni tti ii callnl U cciHullallmi w.ili inyprli. Tltc nil-nl Uii allttta i-ympi Mii oi cxinniifii roiixiini)U-)ti. nit U m rul JSiRhlHwratn. Hfrilc Frvrr. lTitrii'i.iiif I'mtf ti, wilh continued I'aiu in Ihf lubr of M. I'ilI.i I,ynir.a1ltiiti. fA with nrvnc hlartVia! K.' , .'MMitcU iiniiirdi- alfly to srl hcttfr, hy ilic u ililic auve ji tuned nirdicln an1 wan aoon ifaft'in t liln iiMtial ha1ili t I have al fouud Itr. 111 14 lial'amtlie inuatt valua ble KxMrUiiiit f.r iireaM-lf 4i(tCiinj Coughi and Cuidi thai I hart tVcf 1. ' ::t O A A ft ; ? i i MORE PHYSICIANS TF.KTIMONY. We the ltn.lerslnett lbylelaus ol rlnclonatl. cer- tlry that Or. Wright's, stalrments areenllttrd tnthe fattest conhneuoe of tbe public and we can fully opr rohni ate what he had saK haviuf used II H. MAI.I.'rl K.M.M.t.M. la auuuibcr of caaca.. Kith Ike kaitattr. tele I I - ! i - 1 J. S. l,AWSf)N,M. 0., ' -, . , WM.t:. K.Mi rit.M.U., . , J. I. JOHNSON M.U. . Thtgesnlae, idgne.1, O. It. IHRKH Co. .--,i for sale by, II. II. Xlnhb at lo Heanor. Stsser dt to.,.lhlaiid, Ohio, Ij It. , , RICHLAND COUNTY MUTUAI, 'we issun.ixcF. voMPjtxrr Clurtcrcil, Kobruarv ?th, ISAI. Orjaniicd Au goat ,21st 18.11." " ., HOATll) OK IJ-IBnCTdRS.''. 1' llon.T. W BsBTi.tr, Jacob IIarkrr, I rtosrT lleirrttrr " Kowaao Htubocs, Sr. rlSDBfW Coittf. (to. W.WAnina,) JAMrtll. Cnoit, ' Chas. T. SlISBalAJi. . . , James IA cluok. OFFICERS OP COMPANY,;!; i Aatpaaw Coast, I'retident. ..i-rS, Uowbiso 11. Vouan,)rTMr.,, . ;.ri Jons P. Dar.xAif, J'suaurer. .. , j Thia Compon) ia ureiurod lo Issue polisiat of Inauranoo upon the most (avorabl tortua, for any poriod not cicocdnig Bvs years. , Tha Dircxtora sail l0 aspoaial altenlioa at nnraone dosiring lo olTcct inauraaoet, to Ih fol lowing, among many other liberal feaUreaoT thnir t'oppany, . . t I. Wa nana policies on both lhe Joint-stock and mutual plan, on, Ihe joiut Block plan, for aa short a poriod oftlmBRs n y.ba desired. II. Persons Insured In 'this Company ,wtoatis. lain a Iota, In esse or controversy, may brisg their ault elihnr in the nnanty whoro 'such loss oeenrretl, or in Riehinntl connty, ' III. In dsn of site ofthS nronertv inanrerl.has. fore lhe esmmtlnn of the noliev. a ,.l.l. . , nrtio or,h , ti,fnMJ m bo tr'ea ... ,l. i. ,..n r trrrw inn eipmilnn 01 I mine policy iiucier..' Thlta a np in our comifflnr, and one which we tl ink will moot with tha approbation ot'all persons interest, ail.. IV. Waennta WRlvsaCnftrely VV abnsinesa within lh hounds al the IIUIaot"ChiolVj liberal aharool pul. lie palronno la rnspreirnlly eollritesl. PriiKioal kmineu tyre, on. Wett Diamond Street, Manfirld, Ohio, if atom, it Hlurget' new bulla istj. Agents nl . .,.mpnny (nrAsklaad Coaily. WM. It, ALLISON, Ashland. fs K1NU, fUyatill. , a ,'..,i. Mnyu,r3. fCi lift. A FRESn aapply ilrV.AVif'Vvrs-J Vegetable IV Pilh,t siandanl Kngltsh Medicine, ler tlie pravanlioa anal a uro of disaa, ta-ald had Ihf. prove digeatinn aud pttrily ihe blood. Fral al Ih aow Drj Surra M AshlasJ, by1- --l' HOLLA 11,-CUUBB k CO. A June lo. 18o3. :sj a i,ius.i-...n an. jm. . NBW BAIaOOiy, 31 V- IUUIKP.KP., al- iho -olri stsntt ' (Wmerlv I J . ocaupicd, h-y atlolii tj Mills , abavt s loNnlty koueo.,koei soaslnatly on Jiaad vJ variety of good lliinfis,usr), mloiicsling dloh4 which ean I.e. desttnl by sny one fund of nud living,. . Jim !), is'jj. Otf It . !