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Pa.nsi.ia Pmw'- " nadir Ik tMlirtii1- Kpeaker ol the House, ,I7on, jM. BuciiXrb, of Trumbull, and Mr. Smith, uf Slarlt, are spoken of as probable candidates Jor the Speakership bf the lower branch of the (ieneral As sembly?'' Eilfjer of Ihctti are well quali lied fbr the position,;;' , Officio.! Atowtraot Of lit mu rif l ..'al F.Uttin ktli it tit Cfir ;"' TMitt, nibi-dy a cxie r, j;., IBM. w'I'hr highest rhsjority on the State will, 2o doubt reach 60,600 ind. ilia- lowest Va I . " i'i,,o..-'..a .--...J let .W.NIJI.J , ,X.n 14- bo .I"",'- J a.The lik'turi will ata'ntl tiottVu fol-j i-.-- f i jj :- ' l. 0Wt4.-mtJ " " " " ,o.W.wWrnocraV ,5 J,; Vl.lg; 6 i, 'Free"So,!er. M Fi EnJ. 0.'" ''" ; MfD'emtWtnu'.tSjCWhlgii'lS ; hands of the notorious Democracy, I-re ooilets anu g cucid :.! y.a-n 'stand fair eighnonder the rtove eondi- Uhited Stales Serrate f1 ,: ''" i J -lj . j'l'j r: ,1 iO Sr't ''J ji fM tit OT -c As soon as we ecene i full and eom- Clorhwklf al the Senate, Chahls B. i Floud, Esq., will be a candidate; at we learn, for re-eleciion as Clcrtf of Ihe Senate." We liae no doub1 he 'w ill be re-tfecled with scarcely any opposition. Ilia faithful and efTici Mil ser vice during the Tate campaign, certainly entitles him to at leaal that favor at the - nlete table of die .ofesweVHatl toy It1 be ' retea'dcri r".01TUJOIU , "I'he.WatervdU fore ottfteaacrs which Is beau 'hmm Vdle lli aintitreottnttesoi ne mate, .for 0efnor, aie Uirae,: Henry, A-ugUlia Medill.. Jtw-J.1.;.- HartcM ivi ..... ei.iMedill'h tastily, aaerrgarrart. .. -W.65S ... LmiiU i.i.tM... .n.-.,..,-W,16l t: ,Mkiog(llWill'a mnjoriljfir.brtlt.i 10,388 rliV"tli'ree' coflnlie In he'.': heard 1roui will awe Sledill over .1200 in addition. Gov. Medill, considering that lis had all " the" i Min,I' siurrlpers .whh 28000 sgainsl fcimvBS well as UarrereVstt nnti- Maipe Jaw msinboili Jakiiig totes frifm tiia Inut vote. Nundiim on the fiemwuraiie plafgtm ind L ; :. '. . ",Th Ciar of Rtrnia. . nn thaf alone-flM. Modilr becomea ourj' An American gentleman who has re . (iovornor :bv tlie laraeit vudatily Srixricenttv reiuriied from the east, having wit- ' eivtri W an) 'former Olivernqr in Ohio, ncased.a fetjewof lOO.pOO Russian troops . and prrhiijit to any Uumriar tvte fleet td before in thiUiUled ' State;'" From a av inai iui. i .'J i. Cutlery, Ac, Mr. Goopt'KLi.ow, Jeweller, tc, has n hand ss fine an assortment of cutlery, of the best English and American manu facture,, as, we have seen iivlliis country. lie has presented uswiih one of his knives manufactory, Walerbury, beautiful specimen of work manship. He has on hand, also, an ex" cellent assortment of Baolky's gold pens, the best which are In use. Uie Mr. G. a call. ,. ', ' CP" Messrs. Johns il Ali.kn, succesB- snrs to Measra. II. Luther Sl Co., in the Hardware Store, have made very exten sive additions to their stock. The balance of their 'advertisements will appear next week, t i- . XS" The Barkkr Family, as will be seen by their advertisement, give a Con cert at the Sampnel House this evening. Utile exa.ninalioa we sal .nninriiu p pppds 'tlie 'entire Vote severally :1rat i.r fa-!ia'lM.f the; StitcJ jrfe'fiiet i'rii,luiiHi; 'flection. , ;; .Nearly., I&D.AOO oititeflS has grven Jiim their -confidence, and we are sure jrom his pasl jlfeund bis steadfast DniocrsrylUaC he' will never t-. -Tho oie thisM-sai M somewaaU less. ilVn 'tfiat' given M the'; 8e ticket -last built is ii Cm U vju'Uj . ne vfrilieless; MV leaVrt from'llie Cleeliiid Ptuindeal llier thai lie Franklin'and' Watreu Hail Road I" litas been locatetfTtVrough Uaveiitia Hie .,WtU.eiii'f.h it' town" liavijig subscribed . ,'uhf nece'ssiry.sipQ'uii'l ijterelp. '. The work fwillTie'ciimiuoliced-; thai point.in a few Utiiysiaiid plijhe.tf.fd.rward W.lbe Stale line j .eas't.wilh alt possible speed; , ,., Xrpnbrc,ajuou Ihp Uall.Uoudsnra ":,4TIe co'nlractor iin'jhii .divition of the' mililio td JVarrcd Ka'il Road, yesterdiy by Nicholas himself, describes the person al appearance ol the Emperor, and gives instances of his strict mimtary discipline He save. ' ,The Czw Is perfect specinren of the physical mm.- in neigm six leet tnree, anil aUimraoie proportion, wtin snnw White hair und ruddy countenance. He was filaiiilv dressed in a dark ercpnlrock. witli a black ' chepeau without feat hers; and, moonicu on a coai uiacK cnarger 111 immVnac size, the Czar looked 'every inch a Kin.' As the troops wore passing ociorc nun, he suddenly raised his hand as a signal for a hall, .when he dismounted, walked up to a private in the ranks, and asked him to - unbutton his coal. On finding ihat tlie soldier was wiihout a shirt the Emperor prompily ordered the officers of the company to Siberia, and the officers ol ills rrtmnrnl wero instantly degraded to the ranks as privates. Some two hours afterwards Nh'hnlus midtt another luspec tion of lh(! condition of the suldiers, and finding all rijHit, promoted every officer th llio division, conferring ihe orders with his own hands. It la tins kind uf di?c nline that makes .the Russian army th " bisty is tha ilie wori will be "suspended far time. , 1 . !. i.A.i 1,1 1 .t.,ii..n. ft tnosi eilicieiu in me worn auumiiiuu iw iiii-ii .11.1t, o tbuuuiiwii . 1 ' . , r. , , , ,1- 1 1. . in -T- t r .r , ..1 ... 1 ,,r 11 iitiil 1,1 iIih cninmon fintilier. iu cen.1 per upon wiiic,.,... . i() h( fc. tucm Mtloiri'd their work. : I liprnba Ig,ej 0f ibe massacre of an eniire reci meut of snldisrs. by the Emperor's orders on a field day, on account ol' their alleged complicity in conspiracy. 1 he signal for mowing down tlie ranks was given by the Emperor, who suddenly rode up to ih commanding ollicer anil blew out uu brains with a pistol. It is evidently the purpose ol the present ruler of tlie Kussia Empire in inspire drexn among Ins sub jects. rather than allow the menace of as assini.lioii, wlurti lias uestroyeu ins pre decessnrs, 10 suhdus his spiru and quality the rigor or discipline winch maintains li power over the vast dominions that a knowledge his authority. The highesl encomiums have been passed upon the 1 Iff H Ml tWlFS i .,...; ijjiii jjliiiiii iililiiilliiH t38ttfSS8!l536Sb! 1M a 9 1 ssg5asS;a?,:i5-jH liS3i25gL'2S3j!S52l",M!!''1 1 ta36tfrjtesi8r.gl '"i"HU'it iftJSSS SSSfESitl OTiiiMJti H ,1 S 3 t o 3 a ---li. ;rr... ,,,., a 'la o r I S ! t - ': a - fcieiWM L2 s2"lf'lls ?8 '3 .2:1 j mmuKHa'H P"H ' na03 f i I e QssSdsJSS SE sjij "" UT(1 IjllslJuiSSsJtaSstJjl'Jl I g3?li3jo g tig'')'OTI',f a I fi5'.is- ii.og fl'f l8a433S822Sii2.iit.S8 1 P'iiiO'ir r c.r IVmncratt In f m am. rm : Whics aad Pu- IoiiIkU in Kunun, anil Abulitlonifli mitaf. one of his ereateil altreslors left as a legacy for those wlio should occupy the throne. The world never sympathises with those who seek lo lake away the possessions of their neighbors, who are guilty of no great er wrong than endeavoring to keep what oihers covet. So Nicholas fails of the assent of other powers of Europe tn his scheme of Inking I he capital of the Ono- man, und thus adding a corner stone tn his already colossal f.ihric of Empire. In this ardent wish he will be hided, we lancy, as Alexander was, when he attempt ed the same ihing by alliance with Nupo-leun. ' IT" Somebody Wok from our table the AtnhM limn otlasl wet.! -.; "Unnhoiteiirillio f iw,.lili IrMl Il ie to hoped that the lawyer , editor Will riot prosecute Mr. SiiAKKsrMtiii. tn 1. account of lite foregoing.) j . ,. i( 1 ,17! 'Vhe jerdanf' . pe'itifpgger ,ot itie Timet has the undoubted right 10 nniks v. uinscll as ridicuwus as ne, pteasts. , It is well known'td our readers thai wo have iiever charcedi directly nor .Vndifcclly, by personal rharacier of Ibis sovereign, by ' vhiimition hr Imnliceiion.- (hat either of those who have h6 access to his court, and , ib" primiilo...i: edilor.oV .thai , paper He is said (0 be one of the most enlightened .. . .... ... ... .. ... 1 monarehs now living, - 1 here can be no ; u,,'.of Oteburglary artd theft which d,mb, hliVevfrt his ,ninU j, ,B,orbt(, - -was eswaniitted in our oMiee jusi prior lb w;,i j,,, i, ,cii;ns of conquest, anil '"lit eWBi?,n'' " 1'' 'ori.'of ill Impression h arcomplishinent of the wishes which -th 'absiird arid coirsiatH harping of -that i, aditur way lwv made upon the niinds of " fiiV readefs. we are unable lo say.'' ;what. ij over else thty may have iufered lliey have ,,.uidot)bldy coins fo, the conclusion thai k' Tie- is remarkably unsophisticated. We l' liavo' "not' Ins T.iat" number ' before',, usi "fill remember 'that, he says that many --Whigs and, Democrats have assured him .of their belief tha our olliee was not "broken open at all! Now, all the remark . we-have lo make about that inaiiar is. V lliat If the editor has tectived any 'such . isurancest they have come from persons .. who were disposed to play upon his creV .- luliiv ka ihev would upon .wind or '"lirineed instrument ! ; " We can readily ' convince any man, in., lite space of three ' '".minutes,. be he. IVKljf'os? pcthocrnf,' who " ' will favor us with a visit, tb our office l'.door.wl broken open as . we alleged. ' Tli4 lawyer had belter eontin)e his fire. The public are greatly cilifiei Mil itfumi- '.' ' ," bytoSliife brmorrnl-' ; "' ! Tba.'iiuUwitert' of ibis saluable f pe(,' " " -which did such efficient service during die - jfate canipaign,!)ave gNcn OOtlrie Iha ttwy " Tvill continue the piiblicatipn o( Ihe'snmo nermancnlly..i. It is reliably and radically JOcmocralic, and worlhy the support of nhe lmocrsfyof Si.rk Couniynot. for-;;'.Teiiiiig-lheir houia q ap fliau'..W will , . fcbeerfully Attend y pbtdlitt tiairtoe. . .,Trm:.l.riin adv'aiioe, .Li)ht npie V" tor IQ' Twenty ebiici'ldr fZO.WtMrk ' "Co. Dimoual. ... - "v "' sMSinietlUt. -"jrxobe'a eijitofial 5 ptkl te t, ' Wsiaa U Ikj a I odr I " JWiiriffi ot s aj4 ne'w. right iiV Oliio, wiih her 170 000 le ' 1 nr. r.... . Mr. Karcy's Letter. '.' The New Qileans liee, a leading whig paper at the Soath, speaks in the following enthusiastic terms of the admirable reply of Mr. Marcy lo Chevalier Hulsemaiin. . It has been our destiny to read many Stale papers, and innumerable expositions of the policy of our Government, but we do not think that we have ever perused a more powerful and masteily ascrtion of American uocirine, and vimliraiioh ol American rights than is embodied in the reply, of, the Secretary of State. Upon almost every point it is slike complete, fttll, jicrspicuous and ulinnswerabhi. in fcmo and style, this able paper is most omiunendable. It is dislinguisheil by a snslained gravity and force of argument a transparent luatiucss of cxplaHalion, t weigh! unauthoritative citalion.and a ptcg nam power uf connected reasoning that liaveliien rarely equaled. Most honor able it is 10 the head that conceived and the 'nan(l, flirt' traced il. Wo should despite oursvltvs ii vie smflerrd our pc lirical differences with the Administration 10 'distort cur Judgment f phis anassive and knuiaus jirodwclion raasnvte s runnel and lumioows as suiHiirHu . We rvtrard it as marking a new era in the his tory of our prrlilical relations with trans atlantic powers; and as furnishing a text book, which the future public men uf the country msy appropriately consult, lo de termine the true principles which shnnld renUt llio action of the Government bcrcaltw, ' , France, England and Russia. The London Times stales that the Rus sian Envoy al Paris has been informed by the French Minister of r oreign Affairs, that the Emperor of Russia's willingness to take a new note into consideration, and the offers to draw it up, are loo late. The French and English governments have sent notes couched in decided terms lo the Russian envernments, intimating thai they are itniird in their resolve tn maintain the sovereignty of the Sultan, and the intcgri ly of his empire. A Paris leltcr, alluding to the part which Euiilfudand France are expected lo per form, says that the two powers will en deavor to circumscribe the war; to oppose alt re-viciuahng of Ihe Rusfian army by sea, lo prevent by force, if necessary, the Russians crossing the line of the Danube and the ll.1lk.1n, and lo maintain the Lu ropean equilibrium as established by treat ies. The Freeman' 1 Journal, of New York, gives sn improbable version, in the shape of a letter fioui London, lo the following effect: 1 I have just learned from a source Ihat is entitled lo the highest respect, Ihat Ihe United Slates had issued, some weeks sgo, instructions to its minister al the Court of Si, l'eterburg, lo offer lo mediate in the affairs between Russia and Turkey. It is said that the Uritish public ate indebted for this impofiant information to Ihe im prudence of the lion. Mr. Smile, This mav possible have had its effr.ci in suspend lug so long the terrors of a genertl War in Huron?. The New York ftllrror expresses the opinion that the Easiern Question will not lead in iteimil'iiie war, and says: "If therti hanin "I En'rliiitl and France bo lirnd lliat war was imminent, they would flood our ruaikeis willi :il:is Inr ll uirnnd hioad'tulls. 'J'liev evidently have nosueli lears or hopes. I'.csiiles, at t!;u latest dales, 'the l'umis wero steady. This simple I'd is wnrih more lliait all 'the .itist telegraphic Uispntches, or all the speculations of the French and Enttlish press, 1 he I unds are steady. I Hal tells the story. Besides, Corn has fallen and the cholera is raging; two additional facts in favor of peace. The Czar is also sweet' on the Emperor of France, and has given Ihe cold shoulder to r.ngland. t here is much meaning in this diplomacy) but it meansi(re, at least for the present, fin. ng. Farther News by the Anla-.-rurklah Nana la Full. The number of offers of aid 10 the Tur kish government from Poles, Hungarians, Sic, is almost incredible. These offers are not confined lb the refugees in France 1 hey have come from the United States, from Hungary, Poland and Italy. All the offers received here by the Turkish Am bassador, are politely and thankfully ac knowledged, but no hope has been held out lo the parlies that their aervices will be accepted. The Turkish, government will probably decline such aid if regular assist ance bet given by the French and English government. t he dun says thai the American Uon- sul at Smyrna had opposed the removal of Knszta to America. The overland mail from India is tele graphed, ll says thai Commodore Per ry s squadron reached Japan on Ihe 8 of July and left sgiin on the 17ih. They were well received, but the opening ol Ja pan is postponed till next spring. A lanre meeting hae been held in I,on- don, in favor ol Turkey thousands attended. Formal complaint tins been made tn the Pope respecting rather uavazzi 111 New York. The duty has been taken off breadstuff in Turkey. The F.aitorn Question. The news is brief, but important and warlike. The Sultan has appealed lo the moral, and, if necessary, to the melerials of France and England, by demanding the presence of their fleets before Constantinople. A Trieste letter, of the 12th instant, savs the declaration of war was published in all the imperial manifestos, and was post ed on the walls of all the mosques. Omar Pasha on the 9th instant formally summoned Gnrlschakoff to evacuate the Ottoman territory. If Gorlsehakoff refers lo his government, Omar Pacha will al low fifteen days; bi t if Russia definitely refuses he 'will commence hostilities al once, but, in the meantime, will not cross the Danube, litis would delay opera lions till the 3 lib of October. A corps of 130,000 additional Turkish as I I Iroona had been oruercu. I he navnjaiion 01 tne uanuoe anu Black Sea is guaranteed lo neutral flags. The clergy had ollered lo place 200,- 000,000 of church properly at the Sultan's disposal. Th. En ma nau represented 10 tne am bassadora of foreign governments that de- ... .1 j.a? i.r .' i ti ed to selin uie uimcuiues wnn nussia peaceably, bjdas iis ancestors had gained their empire bj the sword, the Turks would perish in I" support; or if fate ordained that their country should fall to another master, they would quit Europe as lliey entered it, sword in hand. Die opinion is that the I-renchand Ln glisli will allow the lurks and Russians 10 fiaht ipeir own paiues, dim 11 me 1 urxs defelted, prevent the Russians Irom marchinn on Constantinople. With this .. r J. l. . view a pnoteciiiig lores uiigni occupy a Slrong pqsiuon Deiween urno'son loe ua- nube, and fjeitendge on the Black Sea, or, they might perhaps occupy Rodosto, on the sea olAlarninra, or Kicstcnaut. Neither France or England are arming openly, bat the forces of both countries are in a very effective condition, Che 1'iifiinns on their part arc active. General Lulays had arrived at the camp. The troops wcre in motion up the river. Fifteen baltahiiuiaof infantry, with thirty- two pieces ol artillery, nad inarcnen through Bucharest. Prince Gortschakoff, it was reported, had 111 enect snnexeu uie Principalities, hiving formally notified the Hospodurs that Prince Mcnschikoff will in future administer the government, The remaimrg Russian officials had lelt Turkey. Thirty thousand Redlfs, under the French :Jlonel Magnan, nau oeen nuahed forward lo the Russian Frontier, lo watch the movements ol Prince Daniel, of Montenegro, ho is again armu.g. There was t rumor (bul il waa disbe lievedlthat the Porle had appointed Dem- binski and Slapka, tlie Hungarians, to high commands. Cottlliclitg reports were received from Persia. Tlie latest advices say the Shah, acting ort lie advice of the British minis ter, had rejicled the request of Russia lo lake arms against the Turks. Proclamation: ..- Pl'trj William Medill, Governor of -tin Mate f()luo The General Assembly of Ohio, on the l-tlh day ol March, 185J, adopted a resold lion requesting ihe Governor IQ designate some day of the present year, lo be ob served throughput the Stale a a day of I'i'blic 1 hanksoiviko; and lor the purpose of producing uniformity in the matter, re quiring him lo 00 rrespond with the Excu tive Authorities of the other Stales of the Union upon the subject. Now, therefore, I, WILLIAM MUUILI, Governor, of ihe Slate of Ohio, in obedi ence to raid resolution, do by these presents, set.apartand designate the L AS T 'I'll U US- DAY IN NOVEiVBER NEXT, being the 24 III day of said mouth, lo be observed s a day of 1 hanksgmng and Prayer ahrnughout this State. ' , , 1 A nether yt 1 drawing to a close. Ilie people- of Ohi have been laid under pecu liar obligations. "Seed lime and harvest"' appeared in due season; the earth has yield ed an increased abundance, and tabor' and industry have beej). crowned with mure than their accunUWf rwf"V; Po 'alal scourge, or civil diftiuiv Iv.i tftf9Wsi excite alarm, or reir4 Vv.B'gress ef.our " prosperity. An unusiral dsgree ol has prevailed, and peace, order and trau quility leign throughout our borders. It is eminently becoming arFinlelligenl and christian people to turn their minds to wards the source olall these blesungs, In acknowledge their dependence on his good ness and mercy, and to express, in some suitable and appropriate manner, the grate ful emotions of their hearts. , . I would, therefore, most respectfully, bul earnestly, recommend lothe good peo ple of Ohio, that, lying aside their ordinary occupations and refraining from every em ployment that ia inconsistent with the ex ercise of religious observances, and a sin cere discharge of the important and sacred duty suggested in the resolution referred lo, they assemble in their usual places ol public worship, on the day aforesaid, and give THAKKe to Almioiity God, the Crea tor and Ruler of all things, for these, end the many other manifestations of his Prov idence, with which, as Nation, Slate and Peop'.e, wo have been so eminently favo'-l. Give under my hand and the Great seal of the State of Ohio, at the City of Colum bus, ibis 2 tih day of October, A. D. 1833. and iiitheaevetilf-eighih year of the United Slates. WILLIAM MEDILL. By the Governor: . William Ttxvitt, Sec. of Stale. Gazelle, of the lfiih, says , "Last week a purchaser was inlfiemsr ket T)ii)ing considerable wheal, at trices ranging from 89 cents 10 tl 10 per bvh el.-and as fast i weiihed, it.wesseatto store, where it was placed in new Osn burg aacjis, its evident destination being the Eastern or European markets. i (Miay another purchaser came forward, and took about 1.000 bags, al tl to 1 10. which goes directly to France. Wsf Bfltletf 3hi aa being the first wheat ever pursbased in this market dircet for tlie continent 01 &u rope. i "Oi.kxa." Ole Bull's colony in Potter Co., Penn, has proved a .failure. - Jle had spent a Urge sum upon it, almost all the cullonials have left in consequence of the poorness of the soil. He himself is m trouble about the tide tn ihe whole tract. He has been, most probably, shame fully imposed upon. i . . - Ohi f Die most experienced Forth ieut ut tteli' mure, uynor KTAULKU'H A.10UVSE CHUKRr EXPECTORANT for Ibe cure of CoutK 'L'okli, Uoartciien, Urouchitii, Cruup. arid ulher Afleclloue of the Lunra and tliroet, '( witltftet mrt gtti tkun amy f ll nemBPevt prfporefieu will WMUM lf CeMS irf ti i',in(s 1 ICtCtisot ofteaUM we allow eunKrveiioeptek In prstee of any cf die peteut ueitiHiies of the day!, buluwtnf ta Ibe pieny UeUmonleWw4 pretSSiUiat we beer deily coucecpil McA Ihittr't, Alt Utmtitg Oter ment, we tuuet need! eey tiiei for ouree lve we oevo never uint or eeeo a medicine ae In neme to epptic. ble u ible mPdlclne. It le Indeed truly eetoniebloi to eee what virtue i Imparted In eo simple, ret pew erefulareinertr- Por Bums, BrulwH.Hceldp.elldlefn ol the Skin, eud iulleiaellone, we believe It bee no parallel. v Cell end get Pemplitet Id the lieuite ot Agents. i for n lij Ur N S dABPictL. J24 SCHOOL NOTICE. ITf" There will be n exaiuiDKilon of Trachert bold In the A'liland Uiiiuu Nclioul Kuuint, ou (isiiuirJty, Uctobor itv, IMS, cumiiieiicing t 10 o'cluek, A. M., uf ntitl tlty. M, tt tlie name plac. un (Saturday, Nuv, .1, lfjll, commoaclng at 10 uMock A. M., of xaid da. W will require of a h aptllcaut,a certificate of wo ral cliaracier. V o requeal all ajilicaiiii lo lie iti at It nd Aitee punctually ai tbe hour uf brginniug. Thvifl ait tUe larl examiuaUuui which will be litld fturinic the prcateui auljmn. iiHO. W. HILL, Secretary. OcLuber 'JI, 1633. itl)C illlUliCtS. AS1IL.VND PJUUES CURRENT. conn eCT ens vii v w e n a een . y"ii on ii i w u lilt.HS. Eiii,iMb w Wm.-r t uob. i . ,u lll lTiun etb e A Dnt.o Rascal Attkmpt to Dihbb Bank Notb Enobavkhs. Mr. J. F. Will- iams, engaged with Tappan, Cepenter, Co., informs us that lasl-fjalutdHj a mani called on him al Ihe engraving rooms, and after introducing himself as a banker who desired some work executed, ilyly indica ted that Mr. Williams might become sud denly rich, if he would accept certain pro posals touching a grand counterfeiting scheme. Mr. W. gave the chap no en couragement, hinting that he had belter leave tlie olliee. From there the counterfeiter went to the office of Danforlh, Wrightdt Co., and made sitniUr overtures to Mr. U. b. Uoyd, who is connected with that concern, bul finding hlirt also unnpptflaehable, he went lo Rawdon, Wright fc Hlch'e, where he endeavored to bribe Mr. A. L. Helm a workman in that shop. Helm gave the fellow sham encouragement, and appointed a meeting that evening at 7 o clock. Mr, H. in the meantime, obtained two police men who concealed themselves in a bsck room, and at night when the signal was given, rushed out and arrested tne lettow. Finding nothing, however, upon his per son which would convict him, his entreat iea induced the officers to let him go tree. This appears like a very strange HtTiir, bul there are so many wires in pull in matters of this kind that we withhold Ihe name of the gentleman who made the overtures, and also a free expression as lo the officers' course, until we have further information. Cincinnati Timet. H.KI.KV 9 ou.li Conn t biUb . . .. Hvs f JU.b. ...... O.ti f uu.ll PROVISIONS Fi.oi e fbbl lUa. r t KriOULOkUt t I, . . it. - r s... UKr ri i,i v a ...... . rat I . ill., Kou, dul. S 3Ti Clltellb t . 4 MarmHKtne t bnib.li Oniuk. a bu.h . ... .. .50 PoT,Toite ffba.h. ,. s; FKIJ1T8. .tril l, V bueh, ... 11 I'KAi.mttv-nu.b -.MS ...Si . . 0 ... 8 ...H ggyBB?- . , jl CALL ABU "KE ' i j H THE DOUBLE PLOUGH U I SCaartlsiSZe 3MCeu3JBflelcf V ri Ida; eovve u a rspreeaauouH ttt Utm veieufa). J. led Plough, ll tcaeieU of two slongbe al Ucassl In un twjw. -the eWwml fceief mm4 ewAetsallf larg M tM tad Mrs wvsr Hi eod( tb kind ess lre end buvy tor ibrowiay ap m4 awlvsririnf Iks mM lueul Ik tool, li l" Ike wwk s (Teeteellv as Is ls so inew f a (arrow, bat Ik sWIet pmien-e en eppeeraH -sack eirt dote wkas aediaahlf plnvgJhad aid ker rawaaV. II eeasa.pl lebeaaiora wilk alnafk. iiif , Ibea ieabuinad be IwiaVplnagluaff Wilk w diaary auekiaa. Ta aiaJl.Ma it itab4 la cama inta anivarsel aea. . er for tats M MiaaHald1! Cletar Hades t Aehleed,Jaf)HI85J. ' -f. 4 NEW AB rAIUlaM AMLE HATS), rpil K eabaentiar kwa jael rtcaia4 rent Raw A York a lanrastae ,,-, , .,Vl(i ., j, Full und H'in'er ffaft .. . (If Ilia latent and moat faabinuaule etjtrt enf twit eualitiee, winch- he ia Ceria at ralaa wait It cannot tail la be sauiefactory l Im eaauaiaav. mm W. u. ciih Tor fun sad etiarp pernr, ' K. . CAMUU, $iCO, Aabland Drpl, I. IHi'J I4tf , APPRENTICKS WAKTED, rpV() or llire boy. of gnnd wmtU X and charactir, oaa have a ffuwl oppAfitnitf ofluraibK th Carriage) making buaiiaaa bj tm nvaiai appucauoN 10 . . i M AM1.5 ft LEKCHr October M, 1S53. 4wt3i Chance for a Bargain.! ILe- ,tiuab..-. . lii HKKM.rr iTiMoTRTSeitn fbu.h no Ci.ovkrHiccd yijtt'11.4 ruitiiia rbaek-lit MAHdAKtr, w.fe ul C IS, Kuckwell, K .ed 30 )-rera. . H7 .ta amiable and accompllahed woaua, tad de voted wife end mother. Friend K. bee our weraaeal sjmutLliica in hie bereavement. rtU inbscribar offars hit Farm for aela snua JL -tad in Orange township, Aihland aauair, Innr milee north o" Ashland. Tbe term eoaeiele of 160 acrae and ia well watered, with eomrana- bin duelling, tud upon il ia a choice tad aband. ant variety ol all kitidi ol Trull and aleoof timber. JOHN VULMKH. 8aptMber2l, 1883. (mJ BRBEK'S LINB OF HACKS, . I.KAVK Aehlend forNew Lnndaa daily at 7 o' clock A M ia iHartr, JWh-.W Umlir.W- con.eeli.. wkk Ihe caraon ilia Cleveland Columbue and Cincie Boii Had Road. ' ' Retornlni., leats New Loodon after the arrival of lha trains. Leave Aabland Tor Mnnafiald tin Monrlavs, Wedneailava und Fridays, at7 o'clock, t M., Leave Aalilund fur WooeterouTueedeya Thais days and Saturdays at 4 o'clock P M. - Kepleniljer, ISnJ. 18 1 Tbumae C. Cook ) III t'tiiaiieerT.e 4.- "' l lead Ceemea fl4. Thot. A Mary Harvey.) IJiiRSlMN r 10 lha command of a Deeratal Or dar ia.ued in the sbova eaaa, from tha soars iii'commiia plena of Aabland county, and huts of Ohio, li, ma directed, I will expose l publie eala, at tha door ol tha Court Houaa in amid soasty,.. Monday, the 1th day of November,, D 1833, between lha knura or taa o'elnek la tha forenoon and foar o'clock ia lb aftaraana ofeeid day, Ilia following de.eribed rail aetata, iwata and baini in the county of Aeklaad aa,l 8ura af llhib.to wiu Lot number oiahtv. Intka iw of.iS.yeoaeh. tngadmr with Iba prinlegre anu pjuaenances tuerauiiio oeionging. Taraia orsaiai Ceh. - J. 0. JONK.1. HhanC Aeblend. (klnher I. IRAS. - tilt, nf The Petersburg Democrat lells a slory of a little boy of thai city, who, having re cently lost hia fiither, found himself de barred thereby Irom attending school as formerly, and, in the fullness of hia faith, he deleinuned lo seek the wherewithal, al that footslool to which he had doubtless been taught to look for other and higher blessings. In the simplicity of his heart he sat down and gravely wrote a letter lo his Hedeemer, thinking, perhnps, that so formal a mode of prefering his request would meet with greater attention. Wlnit was the surprise of the Pustinaeier, Win. IS. Friend, ls , or. discovering among the contents of his letter-box, one morning lately, a missive directed to "Jesus Christ! Opening it he read the story of ihe boy's wants, and with a noble kiniluesa which we are not selfish ciwufli to deprive our readers of the pleasure or profit of hearing, he deposited in the enveloie the amount required and directed it lo lha young supplicant. tcose and Abandoned. The frieids of Ale and the Maine Law were doing pretty business in Toledo on election daf. The Kepublican gives a counterfeit Democratic lickel with the names of atl Ihe ftandidate In the proper onlrr, but rhanged in auOh a manner as to rend us follows: Ful 'lieutenant (Jovefndri WILLIAM MKDILIi. Fur Governor, JAMES MYEH3. And save. "Several of these were palm ed off as reirular Democratic tickets, and pit in tho box before lite fraud was disco vered. To what base uses do we come at last. Staleinian. CP"A Irick equally is base and infamous was perpetrated in this county. 1 ickots wero printed at the linckeye olliee neaueu "Democratic Ticket," containing ihe name of Lewis for Governor, the other cub didates on Ihe Stato 'Ticket Democrats, and then followed by the Mongrel county 'Ticket. Tlie I'cnilctiliary is 111 walling for the scoundrels who perpeirnle these glaring frauds and rascallliea. U110 I a-trial. ol lie atcr fTThe Bpringfield Uepnbliatn copies an obituary notice of ihe doath of 1 young lady, "with pleasure.". Albany Lrprctt Steamer Southerner Ashore Great Pi at Loekport. UurraLo, Oct. 29. The sleamc-r Southerner, bound down lo this port, went sstiore itns morning ubout daliiihl, a few tods west of Ashta bula pier. She had on Hoard a nmu hogs and flour. It is supposed Ihat is bruken in iwo, and was making last. She got down as In r as urie, 0111 wal compelled to pal back lo Ashtabula. Her cargo was being brought ashore. LocKPORt, Oct. 28. A fire broke out last night about 12 o'clock in the Tail and Tub factory of Beans Si Kilbom. The fire destroyed the largo Mouring Mill ot Douglass & Jackson, together with a Saw Mill and canal bridge. The lose of 1). ii J. is about 123,000 dollars. Mill in sured for 20,000 dollars not known wheth er grain insured. Coixmuiasa County. A moat despe rate effort was made lo defeat the tried and ever true Democracy nf old Columni ana. There, as here, ihe "people's' dodge Wis resorted to, and all tho fadtions and fag ends united togetner, ami ten on by the minions of iheSaterti l)ank sought to overthrow tne ucmocwey in inai strong holdt bul ths people stood by lha party that had stood by their interests, and the whole Democratic ticket is elected.. An especial effort was made lo defeat the re-election ol 1 reaaurer uuinn, wno was the first to make ihe application of the Crowbar to ihe Salertl Bank, and om nelled it td shell odt the amount of its tax es! but their effort wsa unavailing. The majority for Ihat officer is among the highest on the ticket. Stark Vouiity Democrat. Captain tsnnAilAjt m ilis Bovttoon. A correspondent at Holmes Hole sends us the followingt-iCaptain Peter Dg?etl was coast pilot of the Congress frigate in 1853, during the last war With Greal Bri tain. They had on board Ihe Congress, a midshipman, 1 lad about ten years of age. One day, While al ses, they sa a ship, which they afterwards look and mule a prise of. Whin ihe ship was discovered in Ihe distance, Captain Djg gelt and the little middy" were on the forevard. Cupt. Daggell had glass, through which he looked al the ship. 'Tho young midshipman inquired, "What do you make other, sirf" Captain Dag gett look the boy under his arm, and ran out lo the end of Ihe yard, where they could gel a betier view of lie vessel. , "O. sir, said the Doy. "i nope ' g-"'. and thai we shall have 1 hard light, and thai every officer over me will be killed. 'Then I shall be captain, and you andl will take ihe Iwo ships into prt in grand stxle." This brave little lellow is now Cumminder Ingraham the hero of the late affair it Smyrna. Edgarlo wil Ga-telle. GUASD JIIWICI. E.HTEBXAIIUJIE.NTl BARKER FAMILY UI the t14 Har bleu, - Who hivs recently boan giving MUSICAL KN TKIITAINMKNTS in the principal Citiee and Villages in New Rngland end Lower -Cannda, .. with inp&ralleled auccees, tike plaaeura ia eo niiuiieniK to tha Ladieeand (tantlamna of Una place, 'hat they will sue (INK CONCKKr VOCAl.it INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC On Weducadiy Evening, Nov. 2, at lha Samffiell H ua. wnea they will present a choKS aarec linn of their MOST POPULAR P1ECM. TTAV1NG recently added to their etock l" XX Hardware, a.o aow ottering tor sals, cheap as can be purchased in Uluo, - 6(1 boxee aies, White's, Hunt's, Water's, Da vis' aad Q'tinn'e, all ol' which are) warranted! SS dux. Amee and Rowland's steal and , cast shove's: SOUO Ibe. Log, cable, traco, bitter and cow ehninet ..... 20 dot. Mill, Crosscut, Hand, Panne', Rip aud Wood saw, ol tun beet manufacture. AIM due. TabU hTnivna und frke J. k A, invite tha attention of boded ke'epere lo their aiuck of Table Furniture, particularly ae it i much belter man is usually sold in ttie coaa- Oil d'Ui Ha ral, I ouge, and store uoor ioa. LOU dui. ouiumoa laiclies. widi and without bolts. li ne. Oil floor cloth rich colors. ti do 6 4- aaameil'd cloth, vary bbavy and ht'.ip. o do o-rrsii'. tilacb end eol',1 do. t-) dot sM ioihiiit irons, lell-heitii; tad coat- anrtn. . . ; 100 doa.'Suictloi'e 61 e, aeadrted rrdss I to IS inches. 150 dot ch sols faming, raortibinf aad cor ner. AO doc iUrmnr'a ahiaela bad sodft'eB, 12 dm lirass, block Tin and wood Cockl, to ecrew or drive, inn boiee itlaM, by 10 to U by 40. . 30. Ooo lights eh,ail aims. fillO Iba pulty inrbladdere. , 6(1 tons beat Juniata Iroa, in inM. hl An a.ila. Call ia ijcntlemeo, don't ltd afraid of th 'Haw Firm.' you ahull bo treated aa kiodl aa ever. Nov. i, im. lyg PI'tlLU; RALE tiY URAL RSTATE! 1 tl K aiibecrilMira will offer for sale, en ThUre. day, tho Im lsr of Docemher, A. D., lbnS hrtwaen Is o'clock, M., aad I e'elock, P. M , 1 K iran contamiiic flOO aerae, eitaated ia MiltiM towninipi Aa'.laad county, about II moaa aoatn wi at or Aabland. Sale will be made on the pro misc.. Thb land ie of steeliest auality, well- wa(rred and well-timbered. Tha aala will be aoliject to the dower eatate ol Mary lelleji-"- Turuia siada known on dnyoi aaia. PATRICK KRLLEV, WM. Mcr'AOOKN, F.ircutorsnf the aetata rl Felit Kalley.deB, Oclober it, 1K53. OvvSlt ichaal Miller sad S ") sin, on wile, - 1 r Purl ilion. In Jtk. vs. ! land C'eamiaai i'ieal. HnrMrickhoaMr, el alj iURSUANT to the command of aa ordar . X sale in th above eaaa, iaaued Irosa iKaCoe-t 01'Comaion Pleas of Ashland coantv. and at aaa dir- cled, I will eipoee to publio a. la oa lb pro- niane, ia aaia connty, . ,, On Monday, the Ilk duy 0 AoerrsuW, I. D.. IMS, betwean th boars of laa o'clock. Ihe fbranoo. and fouro'elock ia tbaaftar. of aald day.tb following described rail a Mate, aitaai in Atniana eouniyand siai or rihla, ta win natng taa anntN hair or Uw pjottb Wart ouarter of section number fourteen ia Towaakip twenty-four of Range snvoateea, seppaaad t contain eigniy ecree, mora or lane. . . Alio, thirty auras olf the eaat lota of tha aorlb east qnarler of aection nusibar SAma,Towaekip twenty fear, aad of Range auaaber aarentepa, commnneing at die anrth nail roraer of said qaar inr, running weal sniy roi Irienc aoi It eigbly rods) Ihauca ant ailty rods j thence anrth eiabtjr rodi to the place orbeginntn,'-eonrilarag tklrtf acraa, a, ore or leee, lo be eold sublet! ta a w,d ow'sdower, bnretelor laimiied. Tarmaaf ealat on third cesh on Ilia -day of aalk oaa third ia one year, aad the balance ia two years with iala rait oa the two last payment! frora the day of eel. Deleted payment! to be aeenred by mortgig m the prtnna-i. J. D. JONRn, Sheriff. Aihland, October 0, lii. Wpr4M T AGIIedrick "1 " or uie of a tLdllogg Is dMaswry k . vi. f Aaklawd Coaaiaua Plana. M A McNilty. J PURsl ANT to this eerafcand af aa ardat of ' aale isaued in tha abov caaa from lha eoart ol Common Pleae ol Aahiand e amy aad Stat Ohio lo me directed I will rkoa I pah 'at fir at Ihe dour of the Court lionae ia eaid cmabfy On Mondno tlit 24fA day of Ottoktr, A D ISO) bstwfern Uie hours ol taa o'elooa. A M and four o'clbck P M of aaid day tha fallowtr; deiteribed Real Kitata tituat ind being ta flaa coanty al Alliland and Kut !' Ohio, la WR 1 Im numrter eeventr-ona (TI) ia Andrews' addttio t tha tows ol Aaiiltnd, lagethar with alt th petvt- tagee ana appuruaaneea to Uie law a be leaf tar-. To be sold sur-Ject to a ipacial d.wr of 1MrV uoiiara m be paid iar.ially.la M. A. Nnabv- widow rirj. McNslty deceiaed payabl an rb twenty-aiith day of Aagait or aach yaar. Ap prliied at ait hundred aad Ifty dnllara. 1ara ofealb ta.h. , j. O. JONER, Mer.VT September U 1M3. - 17wSpff1 M 1 ATTACHMENT NOTICE. ' At My lbitnca,ia attachment waa tbia di lasood by J. A. McClurky, a Juilic of Ik Peacb of Montgomery Towmhip, AshlinA aaa ty, against tha properly of William Wiley, a aa. realdenl of aard county, lined thi Sjwb WSt aa A.D..IS53. MAT11BW CLllivrrX)", 3wi(0 Por CJagitoak llama. " BO T T B RB TOll B I jp.VfH will be paid for fiUT'f ERattfr Bafev J "tore under tha tasapaa4 Hewe. PVMeat one for aitre cboie naalny, U eeirtt par Ik Suitable Kali lor Dajry paiawaaewrll be raniak4 at eoat. Kirr ,ara w,ll Sad it hr Iktie iaHraet tu mike good tlui.tr, and will b paid a pnee ac cording ta quij.t,. flMi del Iyer It lb ewol a trre dii. .. C F. UOTC1IKIII. AahlaVrl.Ja,ttt.8h3. A NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS n"At l.w Pricrs! jtj nAllft underiigiwd hu anened,U tha building I on tbe loiith eide ot Main itrvet, Aihland, hirmarly occupied by Hall 4t V, bllney, aaw iu.'4 clioic atock of Dry Cooda, Orocoriei, ko.,whi ca he url'era at nrir.01 which will bear compar.aaa a-itn any 01 nil compniuori m nonnari vt,io. Hii arrangernnntn are inch, aad kia itor.k kaa hae perchaead at each rataa, that ha d aa al heailutc to eoy, (in no apiril of boaatiag,) ikat h oan nS'or goods on CIIKAPKR term lUta can ba uhtninrd at tny other eilibliiliraenl ia Unt eoun tyi ' tlKing at baiirir" no giv a call and on will oe perauaaca. SvXT Lain paid tor ajt linila or grata tad eende, Almott every ankle producer! on a fcrm will ba ia demand at my Hlora, at tbe keel priaaa th list of die uiaiVeU will warrant. , LYMAN FAY, li. October 5fi,1o53. ' imii BUUK BINDER V THE jwbacribtr baa opened a Riartary latot. a etia wilk kia Hook ft lorn, wkara Van. s.nee, VpWu, lie., will h Sobnd la Ik Wal PlaOixris. The editor of Iho Selma (Alabama) Sentinel ariknowletlges Iho n eeirii ol samelintfs in poetry, whteh he has read with peculiar, pleasnre.- A press f matter excludes them from his columns, hut he savs Ilis reailerd fan find lliem nliirlulv altered bv one Ityron, psee 78 and ha refers the ttrfiof 10 tome lines whitdi we suppose hi he concerning seuf iHSf, In tho new code Alahatna. ' 1' "' MORGAN HOUSE MOUNTAINEER! THIS Splendid Hon, whnit etook it too welt known and appraciatmt ta Ulk eboet, any b aa at l)vnwick ot T....I..., at Uivana-k ou Wwlneadiiye and Thursdays, and at Aak'aat oa tidaj and Saturdays. " . a, u.rh.v iln asm : Til iM 1 11 JJU Reptossbot 1, 18.W. line JOB l'RINTINC B"' ' 1 . fcaadsss- v , : ... msy at all timee k ,..'". 1 a-itaioa' ad drsd, slyl a, and it na cheap a rale aa at any twa ia c ,nly. ttd lluoke reboend o abort iMiofy-. utk warranladi plbia giv a a call. w. U. U. WTTfn. Aeklaad, Jan ,tS3X . tm . ... I) R." 8 W A V S K . . A Maineal Phyaiaiaa f rkiladelphla, kaairlvaa I th world to benefit of hit atoattaaca by - preparing remediee aailabl to alttoat tvary diseae. Dr. Strnyne'i Compound $yrpffrU4 Cherry, for net rug Ibiirlit, (Wi, CtmtumptioH, ted all ditrmsst of ihe TiirtoAT, ingASt td itiKts. '. . Dr. Stiiayiir't IVrMtil.-nf, For destroying Wotioa, rrtrwaj epeiaia. A. Dr. Sway nil Sueirr t'nuUit Smrtapw. . .nd rr ruu. . Af" purgaliy atid alternative Medial, fbr aoferrar t ibe ,Oi ia geawtal tea. . Ot. tiVaynt't Cholera Muibut Diarrhoea Mi Dytenlery i'orjiul, . X ftirrag rainmly.' Aw.rt.,pplylrn-,HJJWt 1 w' nWikfrn JMii Ww 1 1 " ' 1 a . ,ur hml .,1 wanted by tbs mhaariher, tl kia Aad. l ary ia Aabland, rur tio tk blgkaat ttae. tat pric will ba paid la gewde. . . T. C. BUSMWELl. Oetoket M, UbVl. - -,.,. i viiberaj fuUicrij jVyin -'wun7' " - .