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f!i! Ui "in H this did not Jijl gin with l'.U HiV- but In hi brnrt tlu$ not ha sin tgauiftt in tragi!. cr-Pattare ho linj made hit own "for veal or wo t" iri!osi flrninst lite law of Gtd, a le tiniest tgu.int tie law of Lo T One wr of plly, one look of compassion, and tlio would lmve DK'tti'd to tr-nrt of penitence, end t?:nm?.l I'.er elation with frtme new-nerred to ;i!nranc( t lirnrt brim full of tenderness for liim tiliJ so freely had forgiven bur, and firmor lrnt In tlie grout AH Wine. Ah, Job! with oil tliy wisdom, thou dij'st not know t womau't Time pnpscd on, nnd Job Bt Inst is heahd, nil weal ill, and friend return to biin. "Ilia brethren and tistcrt bemoan, and comfort biin," nd make him pro?ents of monry, and joweU, bat fa di Lot rpivl tliat a single word of con fTTfilulutioD or kindly gift was bestowed opon the wife. AVe only know the bad again tho wearing care of tovpn fat, an ! noisy boy babies and three moro lovely little girls; of whom it was uid, aa they came to womanhood, that ''in all that land wore do woman so fair as the dangli tart of Job." "'"Well, she hod glorj enonghj for wasn't she the wifo of him whom every threo-years-old is tanght to call the patientest nna t And were sot her daughters handsome And go, of coarse all the young men were polite to her." Ah air, his "glory" may be "us the gun", bat tier is another glory "of the moon 1" Forever through calm, am! through storm, dead fust and true, it smiles over tho wreck of all that is earth ly, beaming forth the peace and purity of lica ren, unshadowed, and ondinimed, so that the sua of leva- turned not away his face. No three- yeart-old" bos capabilities of thought to rcuder unto Mrs. Job her rightful tribute. But the "young men" who did homage to her daughters were doubtless less attracted by their loveliness, tbao by ft knowledge that by the virtues of tho mother, you may know the same of ber child; and many a moderu will, for the beau ideal of his love, look to this model woman of M. C. P. WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA: Saturdaj SfornhiiJ Dec, 18, 1858. Tub Telegraph. In tho laying the heavier cable far tho shore end of tho line from the Valentin, office, for several miles, a discovery was made, while ander-mnoing the old one. A kink, or short coil, upon which the covering hud o abraded as to leave the conducting wires ex posed, and io contact with the water. This, iu itself, probably, if no other difficulty existed, would have been sufficient to defeat the passage of electricity.. Since the relaying, no cspori mcDU bavo been made, in consequence of the desertion of the offices at both ends of tho line. Whatever stress may be put opon this obstruc tion, now removed, there is reason to fear, we thiuk, other and more serious difficulty in the war of communication over the wires. This opinion, was much strengthened by the theory advanced by Lt. Mairv, in a lecture before the Library Association of Cleveland, on the eve ning of Thanksgiving day, to which we bad the pleasure of Iisteuing. The theory was boldly takca by tho lecturer, and as readily adopted by bis auditory, for its rational, common sense con- fiitency. lie objected to tho size and weight of the cable, from the tendency of those con eiderations to eCoct its destruction. These ob jections were sustained by the peculiarity of the manufacture of the cable, or cord, as lie more properly denominated it. All who have teen tills cord, have noticed the fact, that while the copper, or conducting wires ma in a straight line, the outside wire is spiral. A moment's re flection will show, that whatever strain the cord may be subjected to, falls mainly upon the peven straight wires, and as a natural consequence, fa"y must be sandereJ, as it cannot be Foppo.-eJ that tbey are eqaal to siiuiuing the weight of the whole cable, or cLeci.ir.jr the stretching ten dency of tie Fpiral covering. ruHure from this source seems to be nest to inevitable. But we Lave an additional Tact gathered from the ex perience of oue of our own townsmen, which goca to strengthen aaJ confirm the theory of the lecturer. The present Chief Engiueer of the Cleveland and Erie Uoad, Mr. Collins, in forms nt that while preparations were making the construction of the rainesville bridge, he attempted to get his measurements with copper wire, which had been recommended for that purpose becanse of loss density, and lightness. The wire used was of the size of a small knitt ing needle. The experiments were first made ver a level surface, with the iutcntion of ap plying pressure, but beforo this was applied it was found that, iu a stretch of some 1300 feet, the wire was incapable of sustaining its own weight, and actually parted. The test Mr. C. as sures os was a fair oue. That there was no frac tal e to facilitate the parting, but that the part ing was by gradual attenuation, and so gradual, that the process was the subjeet of interesting observation. This would seem to be conclusive against the structure of the magnetic cord, aud affords satisfactory basis for an enlightened conclusion at to the vexation, and ultimate failure of the Great Atlantic Telegraph. Foheigs. -The steamship Fersia, which ar rived on the 3J, brings unusually iuterestir.g ad- rices from Europe. There is ni new of the wiping steamer Indian Empire, then 29 days out from flYJx, aud full 20 days overdue.' Lord Kapler is to It Minister Plenipotentiary U (he Court of Berlin. Count Moulalembert Wat sentenced to six months' jirprisonmeut aud U pay a fine of $3,000 francs, and Dpnniol.Iiis editor, to one month's imprisonment, and to pay a Cue of 1,000 francs. One of the young Eng lish Friiiccs Is to visit the Canada. The steam chip Great Eastern U toon to be made ready for tea. Her Crst trip will probably be to Porllaod next summer. It wat reported at Paris that an Anglo French fleet would leave on the 13th of December for the Gulf of Mexi co, well provided against filibusters. Sr. Hot d'OInuo bat been appointed Csptaiu-General of Cuba. Cea. Concha will, however, remain un til the difficulties with Mexico are arranged. r-riace Napoleon wot about to resign the Ad- Kuistralion of tho ColoitJct that be might do tote himself to the Goverooeut of Algeria, The Frattfian elections bad resulted in the tri mntiU of the Constitutional part v. 7 here wot thort crop of tea in China this year. Jamet Chestnut bat been elected to the U. 6. Senate by the South Carolina Legislature. Jla wat elected 00 the 10th ballot. Keilt, wbo participated in the Brookt asrault upon Senator Hauiuer, was oue of the candidates voted for. Tho e!e c'.iyq of Chestuut is said to be a triumpa f the couwrvotivst over ll. &re,-et'.Dj diauo- iuliklA, One of the most noticeable fea'ur ef party tnotict at Washington, fine ihe nswmbling of Congress, excepting ptrhitp, that tot forth in Mr. Bitiuna.n's mrcoiige, is the course pursued towards L'nnto Donglat by a Senatorial cannot In removing that gentleman from the position he hat hitherto held as Chairman of the Com mittee od Territories. The flngir of the TreM. dent, of courw, was directed to this step, as may readily be gathered from the intrnmeiits chonen to initatui the proceedings. Jeff. Davis and Slidell led tho attack, and seven Senators only opposed the nvMtsnre. It may b rcgnnlcd as demonstrating the intention of the administra tion leaders to adhere to the extreme pro-slavery policy which characterized the last session, which looked to the crashing out of Potiglos and bis bund of anti-Lecompton followers. The excitement occasioned by this move, is said to be scarcely less than that w hich followed the first secession of the Little Ginnt The votes cast for Dotijilas, were thrown by Messrs. Shields, Stuart, Clingman, Brown, Toombs, Green, and Higler. These neven Senators protected against the exclusion of Douglas as suicidal to tho par ty. Tho dobato lasted from 10J in the morning to a late hour on fie afternoon of tho 9th. Great bitterness was manifested, and Mr. Toombs left the concus in disgust, while the dis sension was at its heijrht. Mr. Broderick was not invited to the caucus, and is ronsiitered as having been formally read out of the party. The vacancy has boon filled by Senator Fitz patric, of A1abnmav Senator Green, to whom tho place was first offered, decliniu the honor. The correspondent of the Tribune sirs : Mr. Seward, on bearing the result of the caucus, re marked that it was the best illustration that could possibly be given of the truth of his state ment that there was nn irrepressible conflict be tween Freedom nnd Slavery. It was a greater outrage, politically speaking, than tho attempt to force Kansas into the Union as a Slave State, because it Indicated a settled determina tion to tolerate no diversity of opinion apon any measure which the South demunded. The vacancy has bceo filled by Mr. Gbekx, of Missouri. The Opposition victory in Xew York city, is regarded as a triumph. Of course it was not wholly a party matter. Tho office of Control ler is held for four years ond it is hoped that something mny now be done to check the pro gress of corruption in city (lairs. Of the 24 Common Councilmen, it is believed, that the Opposition elected 16. As 8 AMermen hold over, the Tammany party will have a majority in the npper branch, 11 to 6. The defeat of Tammany is in some measure owing to the exertions of Fernando Wood who is active in paying off ihoso who turned Lira oat from being Mayor. The Schooner Susan, for Central America, with fiUibuslcrs, made a successful debarkation from Mobile, with a government cotter on duty to overhaul her. One dispatch says that the cutter ran agronnd and became unmanagablc, another that a shot was fired at the schooner which she paid no further attention to than to increase sail. AVe hardly know whether this kind of tom-foolry is iutendedor foreign or do mestic ose, but itdoessccm a little too shallow to fool any one, but the very stupid perpetrator of the trick. Notwithstanding the result of this pretended 'vigilance over the Susjin.she will hare to run the gauntlet of the British crusiers, which are hovering nhont the Musqnito coast for the purpose uf heading off Ibeso lawless ex peditions. VitSHi.CTO.v. A special correspondent of the New York Tribune, under date of Mondny the 13th, writes as follows : Government hut received voluminous dispatches from Nicaragua in regard to the.conduct of the English there. There is yet i.olhing known of the course wh'n h tlie President intends to lake in the matter. T-e Cabinet had a special meeting yesterday and to-dny. A Jargtf nnmber of appointments was sent to the Senate to-day. That of J. Clancy Jones h is uot yet been reported. There is some trou ble about his confirmation. The treaty with Sinm was sent lo the Senate to-day j it is ilie old one negotiated three vears ago, conferring greater powers upon American Consuls. The Walrous case will be decided to-morrow. The result looks more doubtful than it did a lew days ago. Mr. AVurd of New York will speak iu favor of the impeachment to morrow, and Messrs. Clark and Cochrane against Mr Stephens said, in conversation to-day, thut it was a clear case of persecution. Lord Nupier is transferred to the Hague, much to his disgust it is said. The fact that Mr. Green opposed, to-day, the attempt of Jeff. Davis to urge forward the or ganization of Arizona, provokes much specula tion. Arizona is regarded as the Grst step to ward Sonora and Chiuahna. There is much dissension amo.ig the slaveholders with regard to the President's policy of aggrandizement It will be strongly opposed by the cautious and prudent SoutUeru Democrats. A majority of the House Committee on Ter ritories is againtt repotting the Oregon bill. The vote in Committee stood four to four to- dny. Zollicoffer, who is opposed lo the bill, was ubseut The Republicans in the House have deter minei to make an effort to repeal the English Imitation iu the Ka"sat act, so as to put Kan sis on aa equality with Oregon. Tbey main t u'n that the tame rule should be applied to a Republican at to a Democratic State. The trouble about the House printer came to a bead to-day. Wendell, during last session, bought ont Steadaiao for 831,000. Steadmt.n came back this session and demanded an addi tional bonus, threatening, if refused, to resign. He cctually placed bis resignation in the hum's of a Men. ber this morning, but this afternoon the matter wot settled by Wendell paying $1,000. J ude Douslat bat Drcpareit, and will toon publish a declaration of his intention not to be caudidate for the Presidency in I860. The indications South dou't meet ii.'-i notions. ED. TEL. Supple tubserviency, we think, of to marked and dignified a character at that which would suffer itself to deceive and decoy a fugitive back into bondage, should uot, we think, go unuolio ed by the press. Itt distinguished meauncss and abasement, are uot reached in every day life, aud when to clear cose at thut we Lave i yiew, doet occurr, the prest u.ust be derelict in duty not to give it ftt due prominence. Ask a alave bolder of average refpec lability to gage io the business of slave catching, even for lha rescue of bit era fugitives, ana be wouu resent the insult. Men of "tho South made no bouet of declaring tblt at lb time of tbe pat ta of the fugitive, tlave law, but it wat tueer- ingly asserted that ibere were Northern men enough to be found to dj it 1 The Lender, in ppeuking of the flnilinjf of the Grand Juy of the Fudural Court, in tin case of the Welling ton slave rescue, tiiys t "A son of U'wis D. Boynton, one of the Jn- ry, Inveigled the nearo in question into tlie cmtehet of the sluve hunters, by representing to his victim that be could have emplo) meiil on Boyntou's larm In the iwighlMirlnwiJ ofObeilin, ami by starting mil 1 him l" a lmfuy ostensibly for the farm, but In realiiy to deliver the colored boy iuto the hiinil" or hit pursucis from Ken tucky. I.misD. Ilojnton, nn applicant for the olllee of Postmaster ut Olierlin, nniler tlo'se tircumftanees, is selected and acta its Grand Ju ror, to find indictments auiiist his neighbors and lellow citizens of Lorain County, in order. It possible, In Mil'ject them to the puins and x-u-ii I lies of the Fugitive Li an Act which even Judte Wilson in hie extraoidiiiHiy cliurtre to thu Grand Jury, is forced lo admit 'contains provisions rrpugnanl to the moral sense of ma ny good and coiiM-ientious people.'" The man that could so far forget w hat is due to self-respect, to say nothing of humanity, de serves soinetliing mora than nn ordinary mark of attention, and we know nothing commensu rate with those deserts, than that suggested by our cotemporary of the Cleveland lie raid to "i ' put In evfrr 1'inrOiAml whip. To hub rmKCftl nuked tUt-onU Ui wurM. Puss him round ! Tub U. S. Cockt and tub LvniCTKn The scene in the Court room, on tho presentation of the citizens of Oberlin, to respond to the indict ment, is represented by our Cleveland colcm poraik t as both amusing nnd instructive. They promptly met their agreement with the Marshal, to be on hand when required. Unexpectedly, they enmc into court, prepured for and demand ing trial. For this the Court nnd prosecution were unprepnred, nnd plead a postponement lo next term. The defendants were asked to give bail for $500 each, but Judge Si'ai'i.pinq, the counsel answered, ' We give no bail, mny it please the Court; nnd the prisoners ure here subject to the order of the Court." Again the Court and prosecution were nonplussed, heads were put together to devise a way to pet rid of these Oberlin men who hod faced the Court so promptly and demanded cooul justice. After ; some delay the accused were permitted to de- port on their own recognizance while men and ! derkies, citizens and "things" suffered to go j withont bail. a respect Tor tl.e latter which the , n.i i..i:' . i -..;.... .... ... Dred Scott decision denies, nnd which ull thj htckics of thu Administration know uot how to iuterpret Senator Douglas left New Orleans, Dee. 12th in the steamship Black Warrior for New Voik, en route for Washington. 11 was escorted to the steamer by the Mayor und u largo concourse of citizens. A salute, of one hundred guns was fired, und there was great enthusiasm uniting Ihe people. This enthusiasm was gnnl and wormwood upon the lips of the Buchanan men. Fcru has just undertaken a new war with Bolivia, toward which country it entertains a i chronic state of hostility, bursting out from time to timf in actual warfare. American Tract Society. Tho Cougreg.itioicd church in Tulmadge, O. which has heretofore contributed to the Amer ican Tract Society at New York yearly, siueo the formation of I he Society in October last, by a very largo majority, look the following ac tion upon the Society's present position touch ing slavery : As a church, we thnnk God for the good that has been done iu various parts of oar laud by the American Tract Society. We greatly ileil.ire, mi. I slnmgly condemn the L'lonnd taken that by Society, ut its last ull- i u I ineeting. concerning sluveliiriding. We do not believe in I lie prutiiuWIeiiess to tliOMj involved in ureal sin, of a G -s;l mo dis pense!! us not to allow tliem tlieir sin. We believe Unit sitcli a (.m.I becomes the ally of the ; and tiK.se w bo dispeost it par takers of tl.e sin. We believe the system of American slavery so enormous a sin ; itssjM.it an I aiiituda ut this day so sacially dangerous ; the disposition in the political world lo yield lo Us iK in in Is so alarming. tliat the chin'eli in nil her depart ments is specially called upon in no way lo-yicld to il, hut in all siii.alilu ways lo rc.-lsl it. 1 nerelore, lieto veil, I liat we c.iimxiI in any way countenance and sustain the Aineiieuu Iract noe.ety in having so publicly und lormul- ; yielded l. its demands. . Resolved, Tl.ut we withhold from that Society our annual conlriliatious until it oil. ill tie lei mine to treat this sin in its publications us il docs other pent pulilic sing. htolveJ, That we approve the resolution bo to do, pul'hcly adopted by thu Parent Truct Society ut lit,' -ton, ut its last annual meeting, and tiiul our cunCiibuliou this J ear shall go lo that Society. Demonstrations of this character are being multiplied from week to week, and the Tract Society is flailing itself cut off from one sup port ufter another, until, it would cm ns if its cnddliug with iniquity would be found a lean business, as well iu the light of mere policy, as that which carries burretiucss to ihe soul. We trust tbe day Is not fur distant when some such action as the above, will be taken nearer home, und those who conscienciously believe that the Tract Society is ao "ally or sin," shall be spared the infliction of having a contribution plate thrust ut them iu aid or an object deemed by them so wholly unworthy or tupport or countenance. The House Committee on Foreign Relations has agreed unanimously lo report a resolution or inquiry relative lo a visit or lirilish officers of the Vulorous to the steamer Washington. Ashtabula & New Lisbon Railroad. The news of success in raising the subscrip tion of SGO.noO, at the north to complete the grading of that portion of the road between Ashtabula and Warren, hut inspired new ar dor iu the friends of thu road on this portion of the lins ; and a determination is now inuii i Tested to put it through us sjiceilily as ponsible. In raising this subscrij.l ion, much credit is due t ) the energy or the President and Directors, aiwel! as to tbe citizens residing on iliat portion of the line, who have to nobly responded lo the c tll asking for additional help. Jud;e Nkwtox hat spent much time in thut region iu holding ,, ,, , n.e l' meetings, and in making other efforts in forward- iug the subscript ion, and having succeeded to well is encouraged to make additional efforts neur er home iu furtherance of the project, and it is hoped his exertions will be eqnully successful here. The akejiticisin which has prevuiled to a considerable extent, at to the ultimate comple tion of tha road, begins to give waVi Bmi t,e apathy of many, who siioald have taken niort lnlerestuatEiveuiJlecetoaiieiter refcl.il.'-, r,L .. , . ., , r . . i, j. , lha necessity of the road for the lu.J develop.' ment of nop roionn ea. and the linine.isa adruu. - tocsuoiuert, we ilK .bar can M uoaov. Tbe lar?e amount of transporutioa that muH give bueiuess to the road, arming from oar own great mineral retourcet ia coat, iron ort, t-igeiiwill be to tl.e southern portion of th begin io be felt ami appreciated. Ai lo question wheih?r it will be a payiug roa l lo .Altll ..t.a .a a 1 I a atone and. c In addition to the fact that It passes lhroi.nl. one of iho best agricultural sections of tl.e slate, do not leave this doi.b.ful. And when we luke into ci.iisideratin another fa t, that the road can be con-lnicted at a very si. ml I expense, compared with that of most oth i- er roads, we have a further assurance thut - It most lit! a favorable project for thu lirvestmenle of iitoekholiler.s. A considerable part of Ihe work between Ctinfield nnd New Lisbon is nl- ready done, and if the Cumpnuy perfect the ur- Mngcmenls, now In process of successful nego- liailoii, for Ihe nse of the Mineral Riile road running from Nilet aonth, it will not rvq-lirc a very largo sum, in addition tu that ulrendy tiilMr bi d, for thu completion of this portion for the iron. Our fih uds nl at the north are determined lo ix-isceere lo the fi nil compli- .1. . ... t .1 lion oi mill, poriioti. nun inu siuuu i-ini(;j anil ileterniinalioiton onr part, no long lime ellipse until onr hills nnd our valleys shall the sound r Ihe whistle and the tram,) of the iron hor-c, ns it speeds on its raph'1 jour- licy.bnn"in" wealth and prosperity to all the re- giou on its track. Mahoning Jl,gi,t,r. Prv Coons. There is n moderate busi ness ilniiiir, especially in staple descriptions, which is likely to continue through the win tor, the moderate pinvlnise.. of tinny deal ers lending necessarily to more frequent re newals. The purchases, however, are lim ited, in Reasonable poods, to immediate wnnts, and in sprinir pnods lo the distant mnrke's or to clothiers f rr urn kin; tip spring pirnients. The full business is not geiier nil y complained of. Jinny houses lmve sold more poods, than they ever did, but tne bu siness lins been more restricted, mid tins been transacted by fewer number of deal ers. The troubles of Inst year have weeded the market ; nnd the existing hou ses lire mostly of nniplu enpital. Sdk f ib ri".s of staple kinds lire steady in price. Merinos nnd woolen plaids nre in moderate stock. Ilibliotis nre iu a large supply, nnd can be bought ut very low prices. The bu siness in shawls is nearly over. There is more firmness in cotton domestic goods, with a steady nnd though moderate demand. The itinnu fact ure? are now steadily tit work- nn.i miici ate ft large consumption both n' borne ami rtWoau. ah iin.ica.--e i.i inn Cl,il" trade and Eastern ti.nle general vis , j L u '-v -i' I " Iainestherest.il lemni.is some degfec of nc- t'vity, ami prices nre steady. Iu woolens there is not much doing. Cassim re.i sells the best, ns i lie clothiers are unking pur chases. " In satinets there has been u spec ulative demand, nt low prices, which liu reduced the slock in open market consider ably. Foreign Markets The advices contiu uc to favor the opinion that there is nbou1 to be siinc in:rcn-e in the demand for nv ney. The return of the Hunk of France for the mouth endiuir Nov. lith, shows n fulling off iu Ihe specie of about $4,000, 000' le.iving n total, however, of $105.00(1,- 000 The discounts show a tut I her increiise of $3.f)00,000. Money is Mill 3 per cent, iu Paris, and there is u report that the Em peror is about to reduce his army 100,000 men, nnd convert the higher public 4 per te its funds into 2 per cents. In Loudon the deni in I for in ney contin nso lo show signs of increasing activity, Ihougn the supplies urc Inrg:.' enough to keep the rate at 2j per cent, outside the Dank of England. The question of the probablo duration nnd extent of tho silver shipments to the E ist, which have been re sumed on n liiryre scale, is being freely dis-cus.-cd, and gives rise lo very conil:itinjr opinions. The crop of opium will not be siifiiciciit, it appears, to nUoi'd China its usual supplies, and silver w,ll li ive to be re mitted In make up the deficiency. O i the oilier hand it is suited il.nl the imports in to England from the East Indies and China ore less than the exports, creating a balance in it favor to be (settled. N. Y Independent. Who are the Agitators? Shivery, nnd ever sinee last spring have Ins al ly led that ll.t: Slavery anestioii was finally and Tfee Albany Evening Journal makes the f& owinr happy re-pnnse t-i this imporlaut. inri.r. rogatory. Il says "Thu Adininist ration parly hare been two vnrs deploring the limitation of C inclusively settled. There has bean no new aileu.pt at' nghation on-ihe part ol the Oppo sition. ITut how is it wiili ilicm.-clvcs ? "The Pre-ddent sends in hi- message and two mortal columns of it nre devoted to fun. ling the 11 lines of Slavery agitation. "C"iigre-s meets, nod on the first day tlie session, Mr. .Mason', chaiiinau of I lie Committee oil torelgu Uclations, nellli in behalf of the administration, takes thu ear liest moment to revive the Slavery njjitu- tin n by falling up the claim of the owners of the Auiistnil negroes 'The St.uth Carolina Legi.-lature assem bles wiili a conceded Administration major ity in both Houses. Its whole time is ta ken up with discussion of a proposition to reopen the Slave Trade and the revival of 'agitation.' "The Arkansas Legislature, nNo in sos sion, devotes its lime to Pro-Slaverv Res olutions for the express purpose of keeping up iiKitaiion.' "The North Carolina Legislature is ngi tatiugthe subject of reducing free m-groes to Slavery. The Alabama and Florida Legislatures are agitating the SI ive Trade. The Missis.-ippi politicians are is-iiiug mani festoes, all to u greater or oss extent agita ting the Slavery tpicstion. All these ure Democrat ie bodies.'' Who are Ihe "Agitators V : t ' r.ver plantations, whence they were sen tier line, ! throi.-li the country. Tue i; irgo slilpp Ihe ed It tali to Iiure t'oiisisled of 3i0 negroes,. I i i r-ii- ?Ar Senator Chittknkkn. of Keiilaeky, in late public speech, iu New York, positively de clared that he wos not, and would not be a can didate for tl.e Presidency. Hit Satnin'ih fiepulliciH not onlv re news its as.-eriion thai the yacht Wanderer has been on a slaving voyage, but stales Ihe number of negroes shipped, and ihe disposition which was made of tho-e ho survived the passage, that ihey might i - u I i v thu blessims of Christ iauit v uuuu ' , Ue, ,ria iilantatiou. Three III. u have been I - ..I ..,. :.... I I .1.- ttriesietl on u i-Niuge in pnui-y iiuu mtieti Ill a Savannah jail, bail having lieen reltisetl. It is asserted that the yachl was owned the Captain Corrie of South Carolina who was arrested ami discharged in New-York ... . . , . wiiliin one year upon uie i-uargu oi oeiig engaged in ihe si .ve-.r..de. Cor.ie had claim before las: Congress worth $120,000, 1 I. It'll passeu. jc s i iimoreii nun rue ai , . . , s.i .. ... '.; .i,.l. ij.,,,,1 .....i , ., ' . ,' ... ttat Semner look one hundred and lifly .u...u..u.l tl ,.-t S I. to ilit ...i.i iui.hj... .... - A Ini,.aiw ,u ,ulllgU, ... .,. ........ Bimouuctlllll!ia 0't lU of . vf our flkjyat jwHb pleaaor" " . I ! i i A rumor has been nflont that the Spanish Mini-I T "t Washington ..l reeeived (nielli- -jeiiet of the rumored d.-1..rali..n of war hy Spnin I'ginnsl Mexico. 1 his rit-nnr hat ceii'rinlieled. been I , areonnt ir any pretensions to the right of aenreh (nil on the trrnund of Ihe dnti s or Gi-ent. Dili- uin under her protcctoraliiy of Ihe Mosquito co ist.and also in virtue of her engagement with Nicurogua-for the enforcement or her policy. The emigrants on board tho Snsnn, from Mo ready bile aill receive a similar vi-iliilinn. and if our , ny m "e into u.o ii.iur.or. nr i. will pier has avowed this us the purpose or hit gov-re-echo eminent anil its officers at Greytown. j The Agent or tho steamer Washington lint , nnno'ineed Hint that vessel will be dispatched to The Washington correspondent of the Com-1 llirillii, n'l'iiumi nj unit iiijm. imi ......... h is written to the Department that iheBri.Uh nfllcert did not visit Ihe Washinirlon on own n ival tone should in ihfi.inco of jiosilne r.l..i' wllfT.r lllPm Itl lun,l tlw.t H'itl l ri,llllt Til .....v.-, Nicnmgna again on tlw 20ib, mid that nil the passeiifiers vino wi.-n io go cull uo so. very few of tbo.-e, however, seem disposed lo avail thi'insolves of this offer. Many of them are selling their tickets ut a heavy discount, nnd others are demanding back their passagu money. - : a - ..I TrtE SrEAMsiitr WAsnisoroN at Sax Jcan. The Ste.iniship Washington, of the Nic nriijriiiui line, arrived ut the port of 2Cew York on Siturdny last, 'roiu S.u. Juan del Norte and Aspinwall. She left New York on the 7lh uf November, nnd nrrival ut Sin Juan on the lS'li ; lenrnin; thai the Ilcruian had not touched ut Sun Ju in del Sur, where she expected lo receive the pas sengers she proceeded, ufter n week's delayi to Aspiuwnll. Part of her passengers such of them ns had money to pay their traveling expenses to San Francisco were taken to Paiiniua nnd shipped on boarj tl.e Pacific Mail Company's stennicr. The rc niiiiiider, greutly exasperated nd distress ed nt tho lira t men t they hud received, were brought back to New York. While ut Sail Juan the Washington was boarded by two officers of II. li. M. ship Valorous, who questioned Captain Churchill ufter a fashion that bring! to mind the scenes itl the Gulf of Mexico. Flag officer Mcin tosh promptly remonstrated ngiimt thu In terference. Tho presence Of Sir William 1 . Uore uuscley on tioani mo v morons gives an ini.ortnnce to this visit of British offi cers' to nn American ship, which it would not, otherwise pos.-ess. The passengers of the Washington, were inspected of being lillibusters, and the Nic araguan iiuthorit ics refused to pass them through tlieir territory. The non nppetii aiice of the lien. in. n, oily strcngt'teiicd i his suspicion, iu the minds both of the lo cal iiuihori'ics, nnd the British officer. on board the Valorous. These latter were re ferred lo Ihe American naral officers who had prcvioii-ly visited the Washington, but they replied tint the nature of tlieir in struct ions rcq lired tlictn to obtain their in formation direct, und in reply lo the remon strance th.it was offered, it was asserted that tlieir visit was under color of the 15i lisli Protectorate, which h id been establish ed. This aspect of Nicaragu in uOf.iirs, scc.i.s the to present some obstacles logrut ili- cation of the 'manifest d. stiny" notions f Mr. Die li an an mid friends, mitl docs not preclude I lie idea, that our fillihiistci iug propensities, are not only lo be hampered in that direction, but that sum.; I, i tie cau tion may be found needful to avoid a brush with her majesty. The Nexr Ohio State Fair. cii.u.'ili Ci'iiiuierciiil stales Hint a rhe c;..- very de- cided cxprosion of opaiiou bv members ol the late Agricultural Convention at Colum bus, k concurred in by influeiitinl members ol' the State Board, indicate I lint Z ii.e.-- il le will be the point selected for the next Slate Fair. Santa Anna's wife lins led him, and is now Ihe "reijiiiiug liell or ll.iva.ej. A shipment of ' mess beer," lately arrived nt California from Australia, proved, on cx.tn.ina- lion, Iu be " pickled kangaroo." 2if" The total value of stenmors afloat on ; Mississippi ..nt its Irib.ilaries is more limn ' SGtt.umi.nmi. Thev nre as many as la hundred ,nure limn Iwicu iliHsteumbont lonnage of Knlaml. 1 equal to that of all other pints of tl.e world. TSf The British naval stennicr Supply, lately look on lioard forty-five cases of Punic "lid Mosaic taolets. ut Tunis, excavated from Ihe ruins of (Jardn.ge, und consigned to the British museum. At the late Indian Confeience of Iho Methodist Kpicnpn! I.'hilrcli. South, the velier uble liiship Eiirly ordained twelve Indians, pr o eipaly chiefs or tlieir tribes, to Ihe Gospel iiiiu isiry. Si'iitiTfAi, Ixtkkcol rsk The spirit mil inler eotirnu is certaii ly enlarging.' A spiriij nt,t lung since, waited on Judge Iii.MoNns and wuiitcd him to lake a drink through an earthly medium. The Pawlueket Gazelle relates the following pleasing incident of spiritual coinniunicatiou wlich qaiie exceeds the Judge's story : An enthusiastic believer was relating to a skeptic the spiritual performances lo which he could testify, and aiiion other things said that on u certain occasion the spirit of his wife, w ho had been dead seve ral years, returned to him, and seating her self upon his knee, put her urm around linn, us much to his rratilicaliou as she used lo j when living, "loilo not mean to say, I r,.IUlkeil the skeptic, "that Ihe spirit of y,,r really embraced und kissed yon ?" ". not exactly Unit." reolied the soirit ,L.K..Vcr, "' ut her spirit took poses-ioii of i ,.u MMV 0r tt t.i.,le incdinm. aud Ihroutrh all... - .....i I ..,,.1 L ,a...,i ..,.' l.. ..... liu, Vlirrinviu w . ,,.. c lull- ' .I,,,, ,,.i,.y..M r often as will;, .el. 1 . J UtemvcJ ug this III IU WHS. NEW YORK PRODUCE MARKET—Dec. 15. a KI.OL'K (.ill and irle uucaiwed; aalea of O.SOO bbla at ST" "'"!? ftiV.'V,,r7 ",m H ISt'if. 7u fr e.iviU wi-t4ii-n ; i uui-i Ul for eouiuMsi t men mi im no; to sk.jj m ior einpii.g bwMie uu XrLi ., 2,itunbj. uii.ui.dt'bicaKi.'iK' i-iw bu w.ai oo- ut in at 4 ,.,., 4, u ie. Mniiie nil i t:o,i;; Hull andiower, aaivaoi iuue boa mixed wtem at 7.. c;',i. - OAf Wadatftaa'iUiorSma, and 6Ja3.w for we.tem w-i t :..u.ii .... a fonK-l.,,11 and biwer; ra'.eeoT 1&00 bbl. al II 7S fomaw 7 wiumma., hVr.K t sted, t l.'ISe for Ouio and lfi'-k State. Ciltt: .lt-n. iu at bid) . NEW YORK CATTLE MARKET—Dec. 15. T'.EF.VE i Stork Ulter awl, . lea io lb better thaa lank m ; ea.a at oa tte iveiai a 4 lie i n-i .1, tta t. COWS and VE tl..si'ncb..r.'d t riMee'a .f t.ie &rmer h?JZ,l, ! 7Z t"..'','' ITISm 'T fcyal.J!lVt,;'y, 'tu" ' " tm l-"ind uf la taller Sit. -IIEhl' a-Ml . . I '-I -.- i.if.iiit audtl)a V.cxtr. rn.'M J Alt. At Rochester N. Y. , fifteni prison, rs escnivd. from the juil 1 . ' "''t ( the 1 3i h, ninonjv linm in i"iey l.ike, vlio killed lJeuJuiiiiii otnir In Oct.. 1357. Thev cut t ilT live iron Imr wlthaaaw inndo of a w ntch-snrinir. nnd . t,t ,1(.m(.!ves ,). nlo ,ie Gen-sre River i villi rope l!ll W 111111 1 III CIIOIIIi W IIS Itiiuer. where thry wii.led some rmU in w.i- ter five ft cl deep to linili the In ml. Konc ter five feel deep to i-cnrli the In ml. of Hum huve yet lieen rei'iiptureil. BIRTHS. In rii mnnth, I . till, DAI OIII KH to Win. and VlrntnU Sl-ynsiiir, - III I.U town. Ike. llih, a OX to FrwWiIck Pailfh. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. i j ' TXfANTKD ! A wmiitin or trlrl, if d wi'l fftoijn 1lir rprml liou woik of ft rantllr. Al, IV at In. I.IpiiM Ol 111. - J VM noVX tt. TVnnnv Ivtinia Avemit, ArIiIhIiuIa, O, 1859. O. ASHTABULA, II, 1R59. Ohio. For" tub JS k w Y k a r, Finiiti Fortes, Melodoot'.S, Guitars, , Stools, lnstrnetion Books, D usters, - ; " ' &,., on terms that cannot fail to please. CEOIHIE HALL, Will close ...it his re- tiinl i )t.ch.ifri tick nf Initriirnnt(i Pn the nexl 80 dnvi at greatlx reduced j ii-wn loi cii, or iiii day ippr. v- jie 0iHrlimiiy, ' ' Thf ruffc'inff trt imrrbi widifn tlirr-t vpm p imulrl V on b ind mt ni ce lur m onv-ilti. K erjf tiit-ttuureiit WttrrMUtcd io ty icupict. Hie Vh uuut U Ml-t-U. - 'Vvu U'nsou8 for btiylnj rihim, Mflodeon or OulUr of Geo. 11-iH, A-llli.lMlla( lut Vr IThM ! ncknnwVilpr' d Ut bt (lie nldfpt deiW In Mt lode nt en nn tm-lve cr il Itt (Ite l. f mid h:in ke-.t pc nl h ll t.ttj nvemenln tl.K-e tur ititniniont o. iltiuled. In tiu yvnr of l h i.i. and li nlw.iy driilt In the bout tlm mn-k-rt nTordsi, nnd bv r o p li eivHll-i.t m.d jmi? tttWin li I eimbled lo judgu critia.ilr nf lln-ir roiiip-initivr nivrilB. Hrd. Mr. Hall ha, h'w ivk ItKiiUhrit lntniniPnt t ft utiirorm piit'i-, ntnl nn Imw nf wn te (mnnt n thf .Mmttiltictim'tn. 4th. Hp iflivcrs laitumentp when -Jest ed, ai-d gmirantcci thoin in at'iy i-i'(t. Hh. Ily Iti ineihod r de-iHnsr, the tinnal ainmint puld for clerk liir?, nnd ttT rent, i Hvi In the pttrrlnnnr. ( tli. Iiit tiiiieutf are u-cH ed n w and jierft-pt, without liav Ine letMi nt U i i romi, and Moumint urrit bv uupmciiiial liandtt, ax i uMiully Uie cntm Hi.b Ohhm bougUt t'toiu wte ro'Mim Iu ciii1". lth. 1 he i-urrhiwr cm exflitlnpc hi In-tninv nl for a Mjrh- piictil one, uti v tinif withiti n inr, tT paving tbe dilk'rvi.ce hi tle rffrti.ar of lintriinn'utf. fitb. Tl.e ptirciiwr of n im lnUo itt, wW'intj ft Pnno, em chanjrM any time -withintMrti yen, hy m i tlie dile Mire only in the reyular priecit of tbe two, Oid f iiiiot aud ilcio doti" al-f tnken. tttb. Mr. Hul pire full direction trnen tl Itwtnin.ent n tike it. I i relatinti to 1(k preAertutiou, uae, and n er courae of ulU'ly to r-nmire a pod j Ii J-it. liHh. Mr. H ill roi4)p, nn lieretofOT , to Jteep tlie bctt in rtfitmentu thmirk-ft ntfidi, and tn ntdid hlll t'l bin iro ft wfion of dealing fairly with lib cuptomere in bin Hue. TKKMS : t A porttm down, nnd 1U? bitltncc la tlirtsl nnd six montbl. Twelve New nnd licnuiil'ul rtfMat MildeT, of fin ronewootl BnI.Ii, varying In prlcen from 4j to "JoO lioUur. Klcven Stvles of 11 in of dwl n.le imt.ei-nii inn.tly 7 rlar., nf ton mir- tfl-i. llf'T love'v. S'Ul IHiilIlt tli(ill the pmp li'to l(tinrin of Kclii.u h"uul liiy HL'V MllillMI CIIKAl' OH l.N KKlilult Forcisrn Cuioinei's. M-. Hall hnii wnt tnti-mnenl- lo inont a'' tlii 2nutliorn and U'e-U'rn Slalpt. mid C.nmil i.. Citwiiii. iim vrder ol' Mr. II., wiln iih innrli coiiliilvncv of K.tl-favtl'in, a IliuugU tUtj wet. buie to M-lcct. Question often nsked. WliT donl ton k'f, twtr prlwi. ch.:i;ir, Inntnimpt-? Au-wr 11,-c.tuM; we li. to WD a GJntouivr tmtU at th D?itl nt e'aiig. Seven Piiiliculars, In wht.:li our !n.trun:e!its snp mivertor: I Quility of lonf. free, pure, tofl nnd loud. 'I. (irenl fjoim uf tunrmnjrttic and Sublime. 3. Prrfecl blquntily of tone. 4. Quick, easy an I even touch, n. Great durability. 6. Symmetry and heanty of finish. 7. Being in excellent tune. llEIEUENCE. H. Fasi:ts. J. E. C 'rM. Direct all o.den and Icltera of iu iul r to i;ki. iiai.u P.pot on farli Ft.wt. Abt tbi.la, Ohio. AsurAllI'LA, ltopii.bir 1 lt!i, 1S."6. 1 8 5 9. BUSINESS TIIADK ENLAUGED. Mil II ALL has m ole tirrnnsreinents for greatly extetided biiflnen in tbe e-ile of PIANOS ami M KLODKOXS. for tbe next je.ir. Gie.tt fVnlral Hi , ot at A-btabula, O. GUITARS. A rew ritiiUri 01 cooRliinu'iit, are to be aold out at a Grt-at suc.iiice. Seeotul Hand Piano at $2&. A trerj good one. Set 1 Hand Melodeonn, from .10 lo 10.1 .'l:i-. A fetr nvul l anld. OEO. IIA1.I,. 4- 000 SUL1 J L'viugliiiiei TltAYKLS AND EXPLORATIONS Tur Sixteen jean In Uu Wilds of South Africa, la tho most ?a!eabe (look p 'blibrd. Amenta cun taiitj tuiae $100 Per M -tilth. We wint Ajenta in nil pi t- nf t'ia I'nited Stitea. Knr .ia'tif.irnra of Airrt'fJ. wib Cut iIowm, (wl.i'b are wnt frt-ai CODtaiililiK a LUt of our I'u.iiictiti ins add'ras J. W. Kit A l ET. Fublialier, 8 Noitu t o.irlli -tn-et. Flii ii.le.diji i, t'a. S. H. Sperlmen rofe of "I Mntni-'a Traveb." etirt free of vontage, in lete t of tbe reb.ll piiee, $lfib. 8a.ID LOOK II SHE ! EVERY one of ibe lover of art, every one who admi e the '.eiiitlf.il. and ietiinr, etere one w..ii de.t;l.t. to io.ik ii-.ii the f.iiuiiUr Inc. of a dear fnVtid or ie;a'.e, ttbo'iirh tbt 1'OHiid line I tliouwiidnl nil'e-awiie, nr in tlie - int i.and.1 title uotic tliat ;ou can gel a t. lit life liLeia'sa of ;ojrisif or fiiciula at .M ir-h's Gallery of Art in Ashtabula,' and aUo. tbat dni ig tlw' Holydiyii. in enni.leratioa of la eluMineKii times, i wi.l furuiiih aui-eiioriiutuiaB at M;:cli t-'duced Pi ices! tVb it Clirletmn or Now Year Ciftn. are nim arpP'lit th in to i.ra-eut a i ei foi t likcnM of vm iism.r in jr-or f; iVnd-. 1 iute id'to kee.i e nta il jr on i;and a Tail ty of (rood a nr.ble ca-e, a.wi fun. a- ti ..aK up. to l'at ton .it by your A e M le j" i can 'olio d tlie fie von i.'te, bntiub n u I ymi, w ikh'iK nil ol I me no lea, aud ca.lliii to mind a.t tceiu-a of pb'a-nie and en.oynient. 11 ivinjf n-ceiitlv ie iltrd wy room-, lulnll en.iea'or to nria o ... . 'a iunt and Mine-Nhlo mm iM..,il. a. tor all win) niar irive liM- acid, waetlier wipbi u p'ct-in'- or nut. But rei.'ielnlaT. li ne w.ii'-for no into, iiid ba d ttiuua doea not pra-. tut Ueatb Iroiu rooiuving timie you love. Secure tl.e rbiilow, Kre tbe auUiauee fadea; wbicli you can dn at . Marsh's Ambrotype Gallery, In e'nudy a well ea ce ir weather, lietwaea 8 A.M., and IP. . M. lloonw H t bul .diiig aoutb of Ui.ik. AnbUlMla, 1. c Hilt, ISS. IT. A. MAKII. Q mi. n. . i F.Kiva JININE bUBiSTnUTE. or ebve IoaIC, lllciirilvil AWE, abo ' Yellow Panama, or Cbagres Fevers. c in o.Vn be prevented btr Ilia na nf tliln Invaluable la-nedy. Ihe lleci U fro.it avey te ebruted I hiticliu i.lter tl.l.ty. He tei'liexi- rienre I I llo lul and p lvnte pmriie In New York ill i, and bt lieen leatisl in all ec'ion. of tbe piuntry djiiiiK tlie piel ,iyeira wil l the next woo.lert.il uieoe-a. In the WeUrn and Smilli-WeMtfrn CO totiy, wlie a Ke.er ai.d Aane prevni , it baa aorompll'ibed iii.ndi l y eurinir Ilie diwiia an well a a ovaiinK and ecuperatin tlie avelein already alalia ed by tbu uae of O. if tine, M.iii.l.lne and Mercu'y. nr fioni loo fri-e ne or tl.e t a-by m'r n. wirh a are dally b"i IK lore-d upon tne u uu inecti i I ivnll I. To all aolleil ( f om prol a'bu alter illeioe, I reeom neod and f nanti.tee t'.'a lied cine an a lNrfe,t Tonie. Tn trivt-leeii nnbeiltnv cli mtt e. I wnild nee Oia w.i.ds ol tl.e well k iowu I'API'AI.V JOHN W. j.I'NSO.M, nowol a Liverpool I'.ic .et I.i e, and tuinv rein, tn tlie Snuthe-n and So.ilb Atne ie-tn foiling trada. I wo i d aean-ni tl.ink ol' 7iii b S. aitliout a rud deraa wllhmt tnayLINlVK M II -1 1 rr I E J. H. HA'.ZAUIt. Ho'e F.oprietnr, K C.'l Miiblrn Ijine, New York. K. C. nilEWra, Agent. Wet Si , (leivlaiid. I 'bio. tiiiKit . rPIIE Undersia-m J i ova pnierHl iuto Cc- . parliiarabli under tbe t.aiue a. id ntylc uf Lewis Ai C .site, for tba purjiore of it log on tbe bualtieae of Joiners and Cari.enie s, In all tlieir rail iu brandies in lli!" plsea a id elrlnlty. Our tenim will I aa lilieial and rauabla a a ly otUar Uuildeti iu InU eve inu of country. Our alMi,, will ll Incited at th Sali and Blind Factory of Owi. aVlLLAUO, in wbicli wa "lull have tlie advantain-a of Ma- it iry now ill u-e, aud b ba auue.1 ie b oi leaa uiay rauir, t ia ebi a.tt iilrf a la. ire aio'Uint ol Uma and labors wbicb with our fo m-r b.og etie-iketice. will enab.a u to execute all kinda of wors tn oar Una, ou abort uolice, aud on much batter Uinua ,l. .i, rvl.il.. a. W'ae ia I be i.rea-ed lo a'tler intit eontr v-ta for Ruildinga any I'-'-c ii'l'' tod out fiiroi.h M ileiiile if d-tied. 'r!ir tl it atleitti .n viien lo VeMad ilai a.,U bltitlll.ta. fieri.- I'.r I) awi..re, IC.IiiiiMteii ai.d .SMeiltlioua aotUltad, mid oev ile.1 wiu. Krt cri and aiwuiptiiwaa. A-btabula, Do. Hk, Ikua, O.K. LEWIS. I -. II. K USil, , AJOTICK To II yk ?Mm." mlVr;', Horace H. Jones, of Qui lv, !( nf Ohio, l,n7 A. Him.,,, nl. o, WliM-onitln. .fid E.llt.lh W Aiwf. M.po., i in It . In II.. .,.1. f H Inam-Vm will tk. ,,, wr..,r A.ii,ir",,, ,d .trnf oi,io,k. j"itii"'mtniit.!n1iH, , , Ktr,m,P, tim-Tiint minniMvtn anim nmh. m., 3 '.'"'T, l;ri,"t!iTi!nViTiLr,;h,'rlr Ji.M.i-.n ,ti,rnr. r. i"ii"in ". n rrm rir llitp, ,.lrd hit Sltllfl "fi" Lh fSaViT. J!MiT.J,r i w j! orMntt.i.w i...... . ...I KUn.tt W. Air-r,.!'! tt noilw. ll. .t t,, mu c,m.Ulo- ft lime artist ii on mid pptlllun l.r ,,),li, , nM.IH who will tnfpt t tt: enrwr of I.i. mm! n-. .,, ,nrf, ,. ei'on H i loth d.it .f Jamia.y nul, nt in ''opk, a. ni. t aunpv ai,d hr out Md imd. C, E. Kix, ' A-)illilii,'lt'fliiN'rll, 1II..S. 4ltS ,,t Tulomr. Y AUKKU'S Comp' I Syrup of " STILLINOIA, T1IT5 eeMmileil medicine I- an) etitt to atiy nther ever efTT ed lo the pib' ie for Hie 'emovnl and iVimanei.t rn e of aif rtitep, a Mitji f oin nn t 'lT'Mre fitnte of Hie titood or bnt lta of tho r-.e n, U; Sen fula, Kliortm-iM''m, niwiioa ro 1nneoM rtifiti-tt, Ch onic 4 m- Fe, IMnur Wnnim or Tt tor, Hlntrheo. I l ', Sntld llMr!, fall l:beuin, r7lpelaer Mliilll, ai.d Glandular Alfcvtione. The Cumpntinil Svtnp f Stilliiigto, flan been tented by tbe most eminent Pli)nlelan and are iivuuoed the Best Blood Purifier over known lo tlie rw..lnn. l'i-Pttied aud aold 'Vboitimle and ltrill hf i'Ai.KE t k llfTt.KIt, OiuSi'9 Ec'eH.e l)aiKtim, t'lm iluml, 0. Sold b.T alt repr1itb I)rurul.l in tin- I'l.untiy. A. H. STOCK UKI.L, Ai-liiabula. i-l'JiINU Ik Kits i Kit, Uinea STBAYKD into ihe inclosura of l lie fnlisi r.bi'is uu or uboul iht .midtJIc of October tutt, a A I!etl Yciirling Steer. The ownrr Is mjuetti'd to pi me bi owt a tbtp, all netaa mi; and pii)s.'r Citiirg'', Ri'd take ll nny. l.Ai.lll'.Si Ut ltLSSEI.I,. Etuit Atbtubula, Pre. r, IS.'.S. DUt .Nhv tOKN i n tNTKn. W'11 AVS IMIM.OTET rtiANT- ' F.lt, fatcntid Aniti"! S. IMS. T'l Midline will pliiul ai'T rTi'tii cd nn omit of wrd In a In'M. nt nnr rriul-rd op.li,aiid at vaiiona Intcrvnl, two nnra Winy planttsl at a tiimi. - liillbt ftr f.nlf nn ftvornb tprm for nwh or tra't. Airentt wmitit ! ,1 libtB. thi lini ine bmi extrlMpo H Ilie Son ne, p.-pfonwl. Km titer loin, mnt Inn rr ertlnfr thl Invenlioe) can U obtained I J addi-etfinr tbe Patei.te, . HtlUAtE WHITMAN. Kininnllle. 3m4l8 ' Anlitabnla Count r, Ohio. O. W. F03TKK, Eclectic Physician and Sur- goon, fleneva, Ohio. 4i9 BUY School Books of . m. o. mcx. nCT Ptitionirir nf II. a. IUCK. Ill' Y lb Slanenua Pnolii of M. O. llll'K. l.l'Y (iodnnd Meel IWoT M. O. nil'K. ' HUV Vu:l. tr tiiiodi. of M. O. IUCK.. Quick Snle and snnll profltn in HIT motto. M. li. 1IICK. LOST, on Wednesday Inst, n Stone Mnr liu Victotlne. wbicli tbe finder majr leave at iliia uffictt ainl ri'itdve (be tliankfi nt the nwner. "TTTTl ) Kl'OT ! I ! 1 lmve the ncen- J. . ry fir tbe fnle of Keniiet, Stock and Prenent lea Ala, bv tlie bbl and bull bbl. - , I noli il nt Ibe Itrewry ftrtrc, ad'ting tTiniiiM-tlbn. 1 be pre-i-nt prlre t.f pie-ient nw Ale, by lb bbl $6 00. . bblLi'to 6ll, tr;in ortnli'in to be Hdd.'U. - i Aehkilnila, lk. Mb, lii.it. 4 H. C TOMIltS. More New Goods ! JuST Received, an additional Supply of DOMESTIC GOODS. ALSO a large lot of ., CASSIMERES, flf Ibe celeh-tted ('hcIOi V, ai.d at ItAUIirS" ni-ioufueture, direct fan a ' Can't be Bent" Prices. vi BOOT & MORRISON. Aalltalmla, Kre. 2, ISCS. , Guardian Sale. ON the 3 d day nl" January A D 1859. rit10oclorkiiil.it ffirfmmii, nn tlie prrnl-r. In th townrliifMif OiwpiI, in th ( oiii.tv f AKhUbtiln. and .(! nf tM.io, will be lurid In th hifLhfht ..iMer, the followtntr lU-nl K.-ttH'e, mm the ptopciti nf l.rirrt.io Mnrin, a l.nnatir, tn wit: ' 'ne picci- nr paicti oi Iitno, l.ving and xittutte in the twnliip of iitftHj, lMiiii; lownhl'ip Nn H, In the 4tH rntijre nf tnwnLlp In ihe Com-evtictit itTii Hmittt, and known an part nf li t N 3, nnd liinVl n lllnw ItcLrlnninr at the Hotifh ( (oi iH-r of hhJ lot Nn 3. at m rti.kH, tliennr R-ut nn th Hue n. km int.- rod In a M !(, ti-ence Nntlh 40 md, tiic i.ca e-t nnrntle; with (he -n;.t i tine, t'& rn-ln tn the IU lino, thi cj onth m the lot li .e to tiw place off .euiilng, it c'.ifiirikf mail, emiUtiuiitir liilv-fen acn- nf laJ.d, aimid a, ).4.6. Al.-n, (in nthrr i icre I- it'R In lot Nn 1. fn Prrtinn Nn , in m d trtwnxh, , nnd Umt tlcl an rnllnm: Bft'lnitinfr il - Soiith-Ki.ni coin- r nl Miid Id Nn 1 flii-Mie1 Wl Smith 2S iikI, Htft'OP Nnrth , W ent fO'jJ rn.1t, tlii fiff En"! 8. Nnrtli 'Jtoili inl in thf ICnt line filMiii !, tinre mitli t K"' "t 'il t r'i tn tlie plttcn nr itffitiiiiiiifr. eontni. Inr net himdrfd nnd fix ncti-it Of Innd. innre or lvm r-rrin 16 phIf nl land (ur the "-t-hwd ltt ict, nn which tli hehool Ihn'W ''ii d-i. Ai'pmhed Jit f-,l0. TKItSH f S p.im' 1 1 f f-nti ili.nn hhJ the balance In defarei) a-iLiiit nf n.t utorv thin two ftr. I'liE'tFfi ffl(0AV, -iardtinnf UMtK MOiKiAN, al.mmtifc. Trr.xnKitptith, 1'. 4t47 Torrey's Infallible Door Spring. niKHK nil oihcr Sirihu Iimvh faiti V V U hnn 1 epn fimd irtlT!r iel-.We, ani whenever in tn,d"Ci,d linn npr fwrieri all nil . - t hin -'riinir r.in le put on and ainnnni nf p wre ftpplte ! a cld'd li-n yr nt pef ai d u r-iiittl j appiirnWi t clwinir tlie dm.r nr h"idi iif it n;jp. Itr m W uli-liinr the etri. Ihe tnwt-r ran ni vtrw INSTANTLY hE.VWV li, and tUa ..r aMnmd tn A'T KNTU.KLY KhrTF. Ttie Trade wiprli'-d hr K- 1. TMI KY, Manufitnier ar Tatvut. Nn. 9 I'l.itt Stn et, Xew Yntk. 3461 . TlfliMM " - ' SMITH Si LOCKWOOD'3 BAt.i.AO roit Titt ' - " ttOLira. Times. T BY A BAP.D, WHO K.NOW3 AIX ABOl'T IT. dime nt. and listen tn my ilngli'iif riiynia. All ) wlin ata i ri..f d by Ilia crjr t ilaid 1 iuaT And I will tell jna a Itl, little rud Tlie i arjr bet, flare ia Uti uorid tu Irata; Mi here jroul yet tlie wurlh rmr aam.tr and mtr, lia at -tjimi a licKtrooD'a wrll mirt atora. ; , Ther )imt trrrrliiuf tlifre, tbe lieart out desire, M'ilb jr ret luaer, and ti'ijiy 1 ilier, Than ever la.lrre wiu. kiinwn In town. And tlim tl.ejr hate gtinr a l.rjfb renn f fa enw st mee will, ymut tnllura and dl.naiv And p. ova Ilie Irutli ut I m riutic rlijmea. Their gooda are Ilie eimicval. tlw ridmt and best, . ji.at we aeie bio't p fur fo the West; And if tttu't d,nil4 uf tliatstitewnt fmna mm Jiu-t CiH jrourwlf and W jrcal will trt, tuch a.iet.did arrajf ueer hrtie, llaa gieeted ) ftt.r tyre Ui a t i'.latta atort t Tbey livebiauiiiL'l ailka o erery baa, Bayadeia atiljies and ""tin tool ilerinoea m bn, and npieuu'ld ratlinterr; All f.iine.1 for Ibelr qimltty fMraud near; ' And wlicn you we tliem I'm sure yuti'l w.m.lei, llnw tuey eaa aell an clieap and nitt u go aodac." Tbey have tlia nicest Paraiuetttui Ion, And lle'iii'iea of patterns rich and uew; Wltb p 1 its nf eiery railt'ty rare, IVblcb weia selected with the greatest care; And all will be auld to suit the 14 Hard Tlinaa, Bo, liurrub! bi iug on your dnlbtra and dimea I Tliey bave laeaa and rildmna, for a ti tiling aua M itli glovea and hosiery, citaaa aa uu t Andetqieta wbnsa teKtuia. an rlcltaud brlgbaj Kills every belin.der'a lnart wltb de ilit; And a Sew choiee gmcariea, ao fiadi and nlee, Tliat soon as tlicy'r aeeu, tliey sell in a trie. All these things I've named, and a thousand mora, Are aura to be f.mnd In this wniidetfiil store, ' Where the uierclwnU are kind and Ilia a'.erke polite. And tliey show their gisvls whli gen'mua da'.iglit Charging you aofliay ml tU far tlie slht I Tho' Iu bolter Cir. than a i. cue aarada, - 8o eouieand ee, If you caniwst trade. Ami when once the sileud14 array ynu'r seen. You'll hmdly exc nim audi I Xheba'a Queaa, We have beard atecA, but lot and behold I . v - . T.4 k(f Iu tut ir leaa ItAA! . , And af you've a dollar or even a diniw, Ynu'l buy ynurai'lvea rich, bi lesa tbnw ao lira? Then botiwsard turning, aa never before, YouM Wees yourrtnra for rtmTti it LouawooD'a atortv Mi.ln Utreet, Aalitabnla, Old"-' ' TIOMDAY UltTK M. U. Dick bat 11 . just beau reeeii luf UrSa stock of Cirtt fr the IItrttlayt, om vrilng Oil Books Toes. Taodlea, c, whh n In ad.tl.io) Wi bis hrnf stock, aaanst ba si,l for tar It,, aul et of a ir Ut..rf ttnwus. Also Hit ft far i&iu. JteiiMuilisr lb olMia, tb iw a.k and V..lal slot. . H-U. . Ashtabula, IX. ttb, if. .