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KrWaj . iptit H, IMM. ft lit STATE JOMlVmOaS. r e iee ryVyWalirf. isea th Treasurer lo break opt sny Bi ruuck the vaalls, dec, until b inda enough Flytam In attempt, to invent perpetual m hale r Wool t la all iha different market, there appears m h. ..at nnn.nal V-M n..a 1m I 1. - lit UC nil uiiUMiai uyiiu s in 1111 1 1 n ajaaaai i i'iu . a a I wool, and at one,, loa. which c-noi fail to for lhe deWr..nwg jM P. Uullioiirf. l owne. itou Nb tY ti rrttm- A . ..nr.nioo u aM ai WellevilW r-lhe 1 L iua uaiT. tiovj hlir J. Ulri, Of tirklmtd. ron iRCAivata or stats. Nrirf Rrirllii, " W rOt tfkCUIT VBT 0 hi At, I tl M . Vat f tries, ftf Mht: Oa fcl I'KKMk. J I IK.k., I' rttkii T. Iiuii. , ohaaS aft armM r ciMiaau llilliai N. CMatMt lvr- iUf-hmtn. a trgt imdh or waair workk, ati av-j' - ra CovAorfm. tire inten se in the baak bills thus seised, by Mr J. G Deshler. a apod ace dealer, of ISutfi- i j Vf i. A L r aa I J of the wbattitblt pay .ha UUes. It Bytn, machine.. e. da aot sea. to be deoar ' " ; .A 7JS TtZIT.. known that the Htareme Court aa. with l bam. aged by the repeated failure, of their piedcaes fo lk( Hi inte,c !b, remunerative ta ihucer. Unfortunate- ne dow-nar eoaiiwatiaa erf lhe C. P. and would aid them b? any mew within their ton. The following, which we clip (rum the Mr De.hler I hereupon immediately sued oat v. moat of this s'sple, hat Tr, changed hand. Kstlroed should be made oa tk Ohio or Ir- reach. It waa thooght that the iocofoco So- Cleveland Herald, is an authority in point : a writ of replevin from the United Slate. Di- before the rise had commenced, consequently Bml ,,d' oli n 7 J Klertiie anxiety Z but of Oki by a trich. could keep " Mr. Porter ha. b-a mmmMtf e.hihii-j . -f h-yer. and spee.lator. shared moat Urge!, ,u J J ! , , . .. I" li . . n I uty Marshal Smith took possession, about ID the profii.. There appear lo be no danger of "nu " n( ' '"a , "r,l"'lc " w "rer. the queauona inrolred in tin. controversy from tag a flying machine on a .mall aaala at Cam- 'k m rf rreninTof the bank bills iow Lee. for the cominir clip, and farmer, a ho The I'liuburgh W r hearing .. ' " ...... i i , ,i,l, of ihc . i iii Kl ion til" Directors nmn queaUon. keep well posted, cannol ImiI lo mane goou sates. 7 " T ' " Tha. the whole matter of the lax law and Our fear, are that the price will be too high for miousl) agreed, and paaaed reaolauona to the iiri, Hint it r m i i t an r v nw Ohio side of the river, construct il on the Virgin- i 11 in side n tlmt r.ntd t i.i HUM Inn 1L1 rest irreal conDdence mine aciion 01 juaces m - in some of the nnncina ctiiet. i . . r" " ""-I TT 7 . up, and will, in all human probability, be de- suspended a aaloon, containing a .mall .team Lean and Leavitt in the premises, aa could po- Naw Yoaa Wool Makt There has been, a a m m . w a at . a. . 1. . atMBUklUaw aaki.-r. aiiKlar Ka aaowwMa.1 in ikaal r( ihn 1 11 4 1 i 1 liintinfl- si i f,,r f.iroi.fn .IrmhiIa at vnrv a r 1 1 V i cioea hi lavor o! the Hanks and agatnai me oe- engine, 10 move me Hr. "-y"rr " V" "y 'J ..Vi-v"" of the Cleveland and Pitisbarirh Ka.lroad from m. . i. ii.. ., ... t w,n TV... nes oi oar omie mum. ueniann. 1 ne 10 ow ntr si 01 onres cmunir . p 1 nev ii:i. nti-n rnmn pu- v ormeii uurrwie uriwerii me nun ... . ... . .... . 7 r r going to the Supreme Court of the United Saloon, Washington. It ia made of oiled m ,jUMuon Stales. This they attempted a short time ago, silk, 22 feet in length. I J leet m circumference nd did prevent the .aesticma from going up in the centre, terminalidag in a point at each lhe crow-bar law goea at once before lhe red- the permanent ...lere.t of manufacfurers. and jJJJJ; 2JL"JCJ? .u L ,u 1 w 1 u j . ! -I -.-i.i n.mKlin. dolnhii Thi er' Courts for adjudication ; and we arc per- consequently for the interest of wool growers. ,l,,,.r rmnroaci on through the usual channels. But dt.p.1 their , end. somewhat rcwmbhng a dolphin. Thi. J rf 0hjQ g Wf JJ ictg jndiciileJ b r..cfnl wk.s and impracticable .0 con, efforu to tha eaatrary. the qaeation has gone .float is filled with hydrflgen gas. From it is t eonfld(nfe f, tfie tetioa of judgts Mc- jn some of the principal citiea. lu ",de- 80 ,,, Pul lh. A. soon aa the sura of 400,000 i subscrib ed, and the riirlit of wav obtained, this bnncli sirucuves. I WT nave oeen compieieiv uiwu upr.. " i . am. ,1 . a.,.,, 1 . ,. :..u, u.. -kv:.t-d tk. . --. k..- :j :.k; ,V. U .ix . - ii I ,1 . 1 -in aaisaa uiuivaiti mini uav v a. aa v uiv-v " 11 1 i unit irtrcu UAIU wivuni v , a. . f.-, .. at the irame they were playwj., and a more .f.roport moved gracefully around the room, to - .. - JA.A . 'j. . , !(. Iwct. NV e learn thai about J60,tWO 1. al- WelUville to Bridgeport, will be put under con- ,.re .rbi-H .nolher section to Huv Ampricn Svnn Apccp .Mlf.I 2 cenU lrl111- " KmrB " ltl,0' f Jtsl.vW la at chopfallen, chagrined tat. has not been aeen Abe delight of the apectatora. lhe Kepubhc iu Uw defining and restricting the jurisdic- por lb .; American full blood Merino MX! 50c ; rM) "na lne '" " ,0.r7 (or many a day The Supreme Court of lhe atatea that Mr. P haa been for some months tion of the United Slates Courts. Thi. would American $ and i Merino 4G(a 50c.; American, coming in a short time We believe the nglit United State, are not intl-enced by the motive. ' past engaged in constructing an report on a have displayed the same wisdom which charac- native and Merino 4 1 Superfine, pul- SSSmZ" En" l- I , nAII..l,llni u r17.es oilier poruoiis, aim wouiu nac ueu ca icu t.n ojc , 10 1, uuncu j-'ojttc. . , . . lly large to carry possengers - r" Simi.r nric, hav hn nid with Pt ndcr contract during the coming summer. an advance demand. Philadelphia. The market haa been more which govern the lives and actions of our courts, scale sufficien They hold their places independent of party j This, when completed, will test the practicabil- favor, and are not afraid to decide the law aa uy of the invention. By the way, can the Ke it should be. The fact of this subject gelling up to the U. States Court, is regarded by the democracy aa the harbinger of their destruction. They aee in it the Nothing but sham The EM ia Not lei.'' In aaother coiaaaa may be found an account psedicting their overthrow of a the Treasurer of Cuyahoga county, under the rule doctrine. provisions of the famous crow-bar law of the We hope we are forever done with this sub past winter', legislature. Il waa expected by ject. Nothing but our duty as a public jour For the Fret Prttt. public tell what has become of Prof. Salomon's Mr. Editor, I am the owner of a rocking- active, the demand being principally to go East, gaa enfrine. that was to drive steam off the track chair, one of the rockers of which has been, Rnd the sales reach about 250.0CO lbs, at very . 1 ti .u .: k by accident, broken off. When the Assessor full, and in some instances, at unexpected rales, entirely? Has lhe invention proved .0 be gas J . fc , hariaa a i 1 7 . . .- a . ... . . oiuy : taxation ? Preventive of Paiulac Rat. Mr. H Penoyir publishes a letter in the Si. Louis Republican, making known a cure and preventive of the polaloe rot, which he says himself and others have tried wi'h complete success, and found that it not only prevents the t . . I 1 1 . l . I . . . L coLa mnmr 1 I , 1 runiini I My wife, being a very conscientious woman, tions we notice 100.000 lbs. fine fleece at 60 rot- bu; P"lW5 J iu g"T insist, that it should be assessed, as it comes .; 15 000 lbs. do. at 56c; 50 COO lbs. do. at or- Rnd ln"" J ?d quantity of the . nrm lint Hiu fi.mntii ai i a I, , ,iu- apaajlie Hanks of Cleveland, by and ignominy await the advocates of tbia mob w . , , . : no use as a rocking-chair, and does not serve In Licking county, Ohio, the coming crop is m r t . i . .1 . . .... ... ...... . . r L!i: :.:.,..: .. . .. . . ....... - I ni n irim-p ntr u 11 wus n ' 11 ill in. n r iiiiii.ri 1111 iil i'i iiiiiiiii ill il.trp. rodaet, His remedv is as follows ; Take one peck of tine salt and mix it tho roughly with half a bushel of Nova Scotia plas- the XT The Teachers' Institute is now in ses sion in the Lutheran Church, in this village. within the general description of " animate or b'2Jc; and 10,000 lbs. No. 1, pulled, at 4Cc. It is not attended so largely aa the former one. inanimate. 1 insist, that inasmuch as it is oi all on the usal terms. a I I . T T 1 . Full one- ler or !?)'Psum (l''e plaster is the best,) and lerest manifest d as there is. but it seems to us f Q. ,., ,e ,l- . ., , ,.b rk k.- K....',k. . fmm hi in immediately after hoeing the potatoes the sec- TltlUC WllHWVCr. OIIC iruilCB, Hint, tuo nmi Ul llic .liu una u "wuj,"' -w i;m- rtr in t n tit v 14 1 that very little enthusiasm prevades the asaem- roci,er can be broken, and then it will answer 60, and some even as high as 63c. per pound. ona l,nlc' .orJusl e l0.an. P01"0 ocg" . i a s . I,. u. rii in L iii Mt IMP mum t tniw ni vl In flu Tt ia f Kab InnUl mvr liloo rtnll th mi rttAsiiii nf u (nmmi.n rhair M v rt inin.ii T TIia ('mcinnuli (;i7ttLt SHVS : i hrOUL'h- .... . bly. exc?te- groum' a table spoonful of the above mixture and ad locates of that law. that when nuli.t Ariwmm q in ii montinn Tlmi mirh ... ... . . .l:. :. .. r j i j ... 1 - ,,. .... ,1, ...... ; -n;,l,.ril,l.. , . . . ' - '" ; school in some out-or the way place than an " ' , . u.-wj ..v uuv me wuu..; - fo each hill and be sure to tret it on the main w-nt ifiln llu Ironanmr'a hsrin- it , j: . .kIJ J . ....i.M. ..il . r ..... fr il,. Kcnofit iht. Sit.fi. n.nt f-nnlrnclii Iuivp heen made to a eon- 10 em " " " w fc" mnin " wuvmuini. "" "U" U i.l,.-,. I.IJ ,J . .V,.rn. V'T'-J -- v . : woald he safe, and, inasmuch as there were no in our statute books, and be treated with favor . ... . . . .. j i orom-rtv arena wnere ta.eni meet, la.em ana,, snarp- . fa agree about this matter. ' siderable extent for clips, at prices ranging 1 1 ii. d : . ... 0 . . . . eneu uy me cuiiuici. liaea, as it is found that the rot proceed, from . ... . !... . , , i mi m " ... r,. a suni. 01 an inseci 111 me vine, anu me niii- niemt. of bringing a suit against the State, they by our judicial tribunals, is a most melancholy ftl ' . in hn,nftM u , to V VFZZl "7 TZTZZ T ' nToVe- -ming in contact with the vine, kills the .uppaard there wm , no way to recover it back. Rnd humiliating reflection. Aside from polili- h u t0 rf ht into the work 'to do in lhe premi.el. - r- - v-..v.- cw cousiuerauons, lor me uonor oi me own., : . .,. (ok :, , ...;.. K ie w mt i i. i- uev me ooeilll ill rates oi mi atnouu. nv ...v.v ..: . i. .1 t e i F V !o . r f , .,.i.,:,. effect of il before it reaches the poUtoe. Piter Pimpli. ments at this lime are of course of aspeculslne r will be defended The question has been la- war upon ti,e cspiUi ,nd property of the Stale Ui to 41m very place, and before the very tri- wjH be abandoned. Let us labor for the good basalt fca which the legislature exerted its 0f e,en and all ; let not envy make us jealous utmost power to exclude it. They knew that . of our neighbor, but let as assist one another the only aalvation for them was to conflnc, if in kind endeavors to make our institutions pros- Not beinc verv familiar with the tax law. we character. Farmers, however, are realizing staple." UW Grower and as this Institute affords a fine opportunity thor of lhe law, as it is presumed thai nc un .hown them that rights have vested under the we hope that, into whaUoever hands the reins . . m. ' u ,vu k.i..if ' .r nnahh- to inform Mr Simnle what he should . Pri''' s..Ln .,ulvance of lhe matur,l' of the 1 I .1 A . . - .. .. rww .... ... , ... ..... ......... , cperaimns oi irre laws, ana m tnese ngnis of g0verment may fall, this attempt to wage i IIm onmirlun:lv Z imnrov, vourseivei. I do in the premises. We refer him to the au ti j r " m . for so doing, go right into it heart and soul. derstands its provisions better than any other Show by your attention and enthusiasm that person.- Ed. you are in earnest. Your calling is a respon-1 yf tie Free Pre. sible one. Much depends upon you. If you' u. Kmtor As this is a time of progress, through our own territory. 0. S. Jour ...... ........ ... . ....... .. j ... j - - - j : inn. r. il I TO a . rt L in n ia n biiuc vi piugi od, possible, its adjudication to treir own tools, who perous and beneficial, and our sojourn among , are weH nualified for vour business vou may !andli2ht is being disseminated on almost all lkkt . ! il a. .-! m - 1. 1 .-.. -,. i I .... ,1,..,. 1 . expect to reap honors in the prosecution there- subjects, 1 propose lor discussion on next Won- 1 ! .1 ,1.- V. -.!- ; 1 1 w. mil.li- satisried, would carrv out their dog un men pleasant. There it a lesson in this subject that should 'J'" Mr' ,'l,n ... . . ,, , , The worthy and estimable wife of hx-Pres- he learned by all who have an agency in con- ,,. '.... ,.r , . , . . , , ...... ident l'lllmore, died at WaslnnL'ton on the JOth duoUntr the government. fia true that this is , . . . a party question, and wo will be accused of un fairness and misrepresentation in reference to it T.H. annul ttittl M raw n.ifliinir We flrl .. , ,f i aloncr prevented it. No other lady, since Mar not expect to convince or satisfy those whose ; r ' limiul nr butler ilvnends on noil! leal ornraniza- ... l. u.i . . ,u i. r! President's wife with the same dignity, kind- tiont those who are politicians for the sake of a the crumbs ; but we c xpect to show, to the sat isfaction of honest men of all parties, that the Deaili of fflra. t'iaa. great. Statu of Ohio, with her brand ti Ids and j The wife of Senator ('ass died at Detroit on green valleys with her productive landscapes Friday the first inst. She had been afflicted and her thriving towns, villages and cities, j for some time. Verily, death is no respecter with her ample internal improvements, aud her of persons. salubrious climate, is about to become a martyr , , , . ' l li:ii Plienamenon. to aosuru ana tooiisti legislation. When in power, the object of the Whigs was lull. She contemplated visiting the South, in ' company with her husband, fur the benefit of her health, but severe indisposition had all along prevented it. No other lady, since Mar- tba Waahington, haa filled the high station of President's wife w ncss and urbanity. to require of every man a just and fair contri bution toward the support of the public bur thens. With a view to this, they enacted the revenue law of 1846, which was the first at tempt ia Ohio to tax property upon its true value in money as a basis. The aim and ob ject of this law was lo require every property owner to list for taxation all that he owned, with a very few exceptions, and upon this ba sis the taxes were levied. There was no at tempt lo force banks to pay taxes not provided for by their contract! with the State. The lawgivers were content with endeavoring to make each roan pay a just proportion of the current expenses, and they had no desire or intention of annihilating any interests, but to foster the interests of all. Sack was not the object of the locofocos. No roan can eome to such a conclusion if ho will examine their official acta. Instead of a straight forward, upright and honorable course, they attempt to pander lo the worst passions of the multitude. They do not seek to correct vices, but rather follow them up, and bend the legis lation lo screen delinquents. In their estima tion it is worse, by far, for a bank director to guard, with repelling force, what the laws of ne Trustee The "tire and brimstone" which wc spoke of as having fallen in and about our town on laal Saturday, one week ago, seems to have visited all this section of the Stale. Many su perficial observers, withal a little superstitious, took the yellow substance for bona fide brim stone, and concluded that we were to be visited with the punishment of Sodom. But a little science makes the thing very plain. It seems that the "sulphur" was nothing more or less than live pollen from the blossoms of some trees, that it had been borne in the atmosphere from the south, and was brought down by the rain. The substance was examined chemically, nnd ascertained to be aa above stated. Look out, Boyal Aa late term of the Court of Common Pleas in Guernsey county, a Miss Sylvia Duer recov ered a verdict of 2,000 against Ira Collins for a breach of marriage contract. The people say, "served him right." In her declaration she must have luid sev eral "breaches," if it required such a "pile" to cover them. Township I lei lion. The April Klection in Centre tp. resulted in the election of all the Whig candidates except the land guarantee to him, than for the tapster to poison his neighbors. Trusties. David Maplo, 00 ; James Dhx lor, 80 ; Mahlon Beatty 85 ; Jacob ('hamper, The grand fundamental principle of the mod 1 06 ; j0hn j, Miller, 83; Geo. II. Taylor, 90. em democratic creed, is lhe determination to havt oAeas. A second and minor principle, ia the destruction of property. These two are the dogmas that govern them in their public acts aad in their private caucuses. It seems strange that men who claim to have common tense, will persist iu their war upon associated wealth. There is but one way of accounting for it. It is a well known fact, that all deni zens from European nations prefer metallic to paper currency ; and it is likewise understood that foreigners compose no inconsiderable por lion of oar population. This is the secret of their opposition to banks. A most groveling petition to be ia ! But why, it will be urged, if the locofocos are at heart opposed to banks, did they not le gislate them out of existence at once ? The reason is, that many who muster in their com pany aa ordinary occasions, being what are ttgued "soft sheila," would refuse to sanction the movement. Th conciliate these, they have attempted la eradicate them by a system of IMkaV The Banks, by their charier, were to pay six par cent, on their dividends, in Keu of taste. It 1851, the locofocos required them to pay on the capital invested, at the same rate as other property. This provision was compli- la 1861, another and a different mode of taxation waa resorted to, which re quired (hem to pay taxes on thrte times the amount of their capital invested. This requi sition the Banks refused to comply with, and npfiAil to the laws of the land for protection. 'if WrVrthe foe, as was' supposed, get ahead hem, and cut off all hope of redresa, by enacting the crow-bar law. This law author Clkrk George Beatty, 90 ; J. Moffit, 86. Treasurer. K. Hunnion, 89 ; James Hus ton, 84. AsHKseoa. John Stevens, 88 ; P. Crum rine, 86. a Const aple. John Hemming, 87; G. T. Hen derson, 79. Supervisor Town district. Jacob 8. Cole man, 64 ; Robert Gould, 67. of; but if you continue to be drones, you need look for nothing better than a miserable life of dependence. Lay aside the notion that you must seem witty, or wise, or upright, at the ex pense of lawyers, or doctors, or mechanics ; but stick to your own business and you will have your reward. t'jT The Assessor will be around to sec you in a few days. Be sure and be ready for him. Have your chickens gathered together, your hogs in the pen, your cattle in the barn yard, your geeesc and ducks and turkeys in some convenient place, so that they may be easily counted. Also, have all your old cupboard ware, pots, kettles, skillets, kc. 6ic, in the middle of the kitchen floor ; and be very sure to have all your old clothes in such a place that you can put your hand upon them. Your Bible of course will bo lying, covered with dust, on the shelf, and can be readily found. Mind and collect everything " animate and inani mate," for the law requires you to list it all! tW Don't forget the School Klection to be holden nexl Monday. tW Ciianoe. Samuel Medary has retired from tha position of Kdilor of lhe Ohio Stales man, and will be succeeded by Mr. Cox, of Zanesviile. Medary thinks the Ohio Democra cy have treated him badly, and complains loud ly of their ingrati'ude. JtW Mrs. H. B. Stowc, in company with her brother, started for England on the 30lh ult. She goes at the invitation of sixty thousand English citizens, among whom arc many of the nobility. Wheat Is bringing but 75 cents per bushel in Miner va. It is thought the price will advance a lit tle when the lake opens. Of this we know no thing. At Carrollton it is worth 70 cents. The Crow-Bir Law. The following is the account which the Cl-.ve-land Herald gives of the application of the Crow-Bar Law to the Banks in that city : Saturday last was the day fixed by the Coun ty Treasurer for the attack upon the Cleveland Banks in pursuance of the provisions of the mob law recently enacted by the late Locofoco General Assembly. Il was the absorbing topic of the day. Some of the more curious wondered if the banks would not deem it prudent, so soon aa they should find the Treasurer and his posse reso lute, to comply with the heavy exaction and thereby avoid destruction to their property, and a tedious and troublesome resort to lhe dead Nlos c old. A new gold region has been discovered, near Malacca, in India, which promises a considera- A New Itoulc lo lhe Paeiflc. hie increase of the precious metal, as if Auslra- We cut the following from the Cotton Flout. nd California were not enough to supply !lf reliable, there will soon be a railroad to the he wants of the world, h haa long beer. : Pacific. Its only effect, wc think, will be to wn as a gold producmg locality and atone hasten the construction of the Northern road extensively worked by the Chinese, DUl lor many years lias ueeii nunuuuucu, u.iug .1 I j . .v. i.i u w. e.... jr....;, i mr.i 10 llio lawless cominci oi ine maiays, who, uc- Editor "Cotton Plant :" 1 have just '"g lV 1 mse Kes to work the mines. t bill has been put pmnaereu anu muruereu me vmnese e latter were iorceu to qui. me now at work consists of some . i . mi. ........... , . . II,.,,.., T...n. In iho VI nssn Their SOVCn OT CIJJH Y, UTOOt anS, W 11 0 nBV B SUUUl Oir As the question is an important one I hope from Houston, iexas, to the fl I asso. I hey ,..Li ' .,i it. ..;i f there will be a Reneral turn out, and a free in- ask for no land-nothing but the rtghtol way. ".,,"' , V , ,V UZ I'.'. Z ' A ilk. .. Their agent, Mr. Uhatsworlh, has pledged t lie 8"'" - "j p-v - j faith of the Barings, and forty millions of dol- 3U ounces a day, with every prospect o. an in lars to carry out the matter at once. They in- i "ease. Ihineee, to the number of 150 or tend carrying the road to the Pacific ; nnd it ihereabouta. are. also at work. lhe gold ob- J P . ltr.1.1,., l.H II... Vn ........ n f tlHABI.nt 12. titllltu wjf IUV I. U i ' j m rt M put) ca s voviiwf w day evening, on the hav scales, in the public learned that a very important bill has been put .quare. the following grave question, viz :-! through the Texas Legislature, 'lhe bill grants IXW"'""" Which is the front end of a Fanning-roill ? to the Barings, of London, the right ol way 'P01- Jr' . .. .. . . r i i , ii.. ....... T..-.H- in ika V I Pi Their seven or cijnii r. P terchange of opinion John Smith, Moderator. JtlT It will be recollected by our readers that we spoke about a bird's nest in our office ; is understood the Mexican Government are pre last year. Well, either the same bird, or one j pared to grant the right of way over their ter- If Congress does not favor the road. tha Puniiin l.rmimic will lip mnrtp. inure tn the It air. ady has live eggs j (ou,hwardi and 0I1 Mexican soil. The mail is vorv much like it lias built another nest in the r!lor . j same place, this year. in it. ily. found in a stream flowing from the mountain. The bird must belong to a literary fam , dosing. The OffNl BaoSAM VCVCfC llsiil Storm. Columbi's, Ga., March 15. There was a hail storm at Columbus, Ga.r which lasted 10 minutes. Immense damage The importunate beg-j was done. Avery building in the city was Medio. t-We very foolishly took a notion, the ! f r office crumbs are treated about right damaged. Taylor & Co.'s Gin Factory receiv . . I I i . 1 . if.... I P .... m, . . I -. .1 A , , ...... ,,,,. I..,- ..('.,... ... Ullltluiy. other day, that we were inspired by the Muse and could write poetry. After perpetrating the following, we concluded that either the Muse or ourself was mistaken. The Com Inn offspring. To the limb of the peach-tree the tom tit is clinging In the boughs of the apple-tree bluo-birds are singing, But to my pensive heart there's no charm in the sound, Since butter is sold at a levy per pound. The cherry and plumb-trees in May winds shall wave O'er the hen-house and pig-sty, the corn crib and cave, While to fields of green clover, milch-maids the cows call A sure indicaton that butter must fall. Sweet, sweet are the notes of the warblers of spring, And sweet are the odors that fresh flowers bring; But sweeter by far, to mo, the glad sound, That butter has fallen to ten cents a-pound. Our tax is increasing and money is scarce, And slow grows the pasture that We have vainly endeavored to finish this verse. The Muse is incorrigible, and utterly refuses to lift us over the pasture-field fence, but leaves us to eat grass as did Nebuchadnez- ar of Babylonian memory. Duff's Mercantile (JaHgc. "A few hints from a perfect master, will do more to devclope the capacity of the pupil than lhe most protracted lesson from un inferior teacher." W. C. Bryant. Wo have frequently alluded to the long es tablished reputation of the Principal of this In stitution, as a master of the science of accounts. We directed the attention of our readers to the fact of some of his pupils having adjusted mat ters of account, in which other professional ac countants had entirely failed. His eighteen years' experience as a practical accountant in by President Pierce. The correspondent of ,i great, damage, a great numoer oi ware the N. Y. Herald, in his letter of the !5!2d, tells ; houses and dwellings were blown down or un jlow . 'roofed, and almost every chimney demolished. The President's reception to-day was crowd- The bridge at Guard was blown down, and a r.,1 on.l nmp umi.sinr scenes occurred. One wagon, horses and driver precipitated into the ambitious fellow stepped up to the President ; river. No lives were lost. It is impossible to- with the preparatory remark ot "1 m an appli- cant for office. "Ulad to see you sir, was lhe reply "Good morning," nnd off the Pres Railroad Deaths. The persons killed by the terrible accident on the Baltimore and Ohio- . II , .... I I n. .v.. ...... ....... ident glided, some oi UN auu.ence nao me.r UMtoha by wnich tnc cars were precipitated pap ir in their hands all ready for presenta- JQQ fw)t mM four somerse.a were Mr. Holt tion, but Sergeant O'Nei dexterously got pos- lf BaUimore, Aurelia Sa)ie from South Caroli session of them before they could reach their LouU Dcine returning nome f,.om Caltfor destination. One applicant managed to thrust nia Ricnard clayton from Wellsbergh. Va., a his paper in the President s hands, but they I lad and middle-aged gentleman freiw vere aroppe. n noi uou.. .. ( Kentucky, a step son of Mr. Mtwray, Supervi- Baltimoro and a deputation were received, and the worthy civic functionary commenced to clear his throat for a formal address but Gen. sor on the road, and a child of Mr. Guise of St. Louis. Matthias Johnson, baggage-mnster, was in- t p - , m X'l 1 1 1' I 1 1 I i i- vuilllivili crrj O au'suw-a f VVWM Pierce was too quick for him, for, no sooner ; ...,, ,v, . . , , . , , .nn-iv n 1 1 1 v v.. iii.. .ii ii u ...... . ...i.i ........ .. . 1. . ..1.1 1. ........ limn tin Ka.vr.nrt Iho! . . . - was me nuorefis I'cgau, n,. ,v .,. pleasure of shaking hands with nil the delega tion, and thus escaped the worthy Mayor's oration. March 28th, and three ether persons were se verely injured, by a collision. Mr. Charles Kennedy, of Pittsburgh, employed on the rail road, was killed at Turtle Creel, en Saturday, in attempting to jump oa the eats wbea in mo tion. Four cars passed over his bady, mang ling it ia a horrible manner. CArrtraa of a Ska Ttukr tn Loko Island The Washington correspondent of the New York National Democrat, gives currency to a somewhat wonderful revelation, according to which a number of wealthy Californians have entered into a negotiation to buy out the Sand- Sophd. To the Frlitors of the X. Y. Fjcprett. wich Islands from their present sovereign, with 'f njs morning there was eaptured inside the the view to having them annexed to the United . beach, a quarter of a mrlefrero the light house. States as a county of California. The negotia-1 s jTe Mtt iiger, werghiag 146 pounds, and tion, it is asserted, had been brought to a sue- J measuring & feet 2 mche ia length. When cessful termination, but the weak-minded king discovered he howled most pitiously, and made was afterwards induced to withdraw his assent, i battle with a dog whem ie severely wounded. The Californians have not given the project up, I te was at length talea by Messrs. Henry but aro endeavoring to bring the King oacK to Waters and Ruref Duryea, of Sand I'oint. This is most remarkable aa nothing of this species was ever seen on this end of Long Is land Sound. A. R. SANDS. Sands Point, Maieh 14lh. CnrrolMvn rnnrkaf. Green apples 50c; dried do. do. peaeh es 3; butter 12; eggs hams 10; shoul ders 8; cloverseed 5; Timothy seed 8,0O; potatoes 60c; corn 60c; oata 38; wool 406t; Both German Catholics and Jews coal 6c; hay 5,00; lard 8; turnips 20; ma- his bargain. Halt. Amer. r ... r ...r... n..i. n. ..:: eel noil ties ui uui UUVUIUVU V .'llli n. umiuoi . , . . tv waa all day on tip-toe, and a continuous bu extensive eastern shipping business, and filled the oonular ear. At lentrth the time The company which has been in process of came, and the Treasurer presented himself with formation for a week or two past, was organ- proper force at the Commercial Branch Bank, ised on last Saturday evening by the election nd demanded the lax and penalties It waa a ' 6 ' i scene that would have done honor to the tax- of the following ofheers : j tthering publicans in the days of Pilate and Caitain, Geo. F. Kknkdy ; 1st Lieutenant, Aniipas. The extortioners were present, and John W. Young; 2d do., Chaa. II. Miller ; 3d the vanquished tribute-payers were again to do., George Fouls; 1st Sergeant, Daniel Lota; , he reminded of their degredation. d do.. Philip V. Price ; .Id do., Thos. H. At- DUl,ine '"ce" ol 1l"e UB" "?u "T?? TT ' , , on mature reflection, to avoid violence lo their kinson; 4th do., Alex. Stephenson. Corporals, ; vgulu .afes and other prepertyi preferrinr to Geo. W. Woodward, George C. Stidger, James surrender under proper protest the keys when Hunter and Color Bearers, demanded. This was accordingly done, and Kdward Henderson and Geo. T. Henderson. lhe Treasurer proceeded lohelphimseif to ! 1, , . . ... . ,. , 320 in bank bills, no "gold, silver or copper The rnmnunv mi-eta. for ill ill . at llm fViiirt . . . . rr r ' . coin or bullion being visible to the naked eye. House on Saturday evening at candle lighting, j a similar descent was made upon the City and thereafter on alternate evenings until fur- Bank, the Merchants' Branch Bank, and the ther notice. i 1 'anal Bank with the following results : w- -, J1 i coo iK.i it. lNi.M .ni. u C Bauk - - - 910,680 S IIUIHU - I ,lWV Canal 9,216; making the total amount thus seised 928,981, which consisted wholly of bank bills. This was conveyed lo the Cleveland Insu rance Company, and left as a special deposit. A general deposit on account could not be made, as the law required an inventory to be taken and a sale made at vendue, of the identical bills seised. After the scisure a proposition was made to the banks interested for a purchase of their en- reviving, and we wish the "sogers" ail sorts of good luck in their attempt to bring back the good old tines of military trainings. WJ. W. Grav, Editor of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, has been appointed Post Master in that city. He waa one of the most bitter and uugentlemanly revile rs of Gen. Scott. Not withstanding his declaration to the contrary, the President has "friends to reward." fourteen years' employment iu teaching book keeping, his long tried experience in settling the most intricate matters of account, and rep utation as an author, justly gives his profes sional reputation a weight with our business men, and even in our courts of justice, pos sessed by no other person in the country. The writing department in this institution is under the direction of a gentleman who is also at the head of his profession Mr. J. D. Will iams. A specimen of his penmanship, sent to the Cincinnati Fair, was pronounced by the press of that city " the most extraordinary per formance with the pen ever exhibited in il." Nearly one hundred and forty students have been in attendance at this college during the winter, giving substantial proof of its increas ing success. We refer our readers lo its new circular for a confirmation of our opinion of its standing. I'iUtburgh Gazette. Mauri auks in Ihbland. A recent report from the Registrar General of Marriages in Ire land, developes the singular fact that, in the famine year of 1846, there were more marria ges ihere than in any single year since. Ac cording to this showing, there is no truth in the old proverb, " when poverty comes in at the door, love goes out of the window.". Cincinnati, March 29. An immense Mass Meeting was held in Mar ket Square last night, to nominate an indepen dent ticket for City Officers to sustain the com mon schools, and oppose the encroachments of the Roman Catholics in regard to them. All political party lines are . laid aside, and candi dates selected wun a single view 10 ine scnuui ..,. inr. Tlntl. C.Tniim ' 111 11 1 1 1 1 (' s And JttWft UU1.IIUII. . ' n . ' v. ....... ........... i - , , , . . , . g -:-:.-j ! vjxi.i ihomcJvaa in favnr 1 nlfl molasses VI .00: Bshra 10. Urocenes, ot of the neonle's colleges. Great indignation was all kinds, very low at all Ike stores and grocei- expressed at the attempts of foreign ecclesias-jies in town. . "I digest!" tuch is the true mesnidg of the word "l epsln," or of the two Greek word from which it Is derived. This is the sfgnlflcafrt and ap propriate title of the true digestive Hold, or (re? tric juice, prepsred by Dr. J. H Houghton, of Phil adelphia, from the fourth stomach of the ox, for the cure of indigestion and Dispeasia. It is Ns ture's own remedy for sn unhealthy stomach. No art of man can equal its curative powers. It ren ders good eating perfectly consistent with health ee the figure ot the ox, in anoiner parxoi wis paper. tics to interfere. Church Mobbed. On Sunday evening, as the congregation were assembling in Rev. Mr. Gusttanni's church, on the corner of Broadway and Pendleton streets, a crowd of men, sup posed to be Catholics, attacked the church with stones nnd clubs, breaking windows and doors, and compelling the audience to leave the church for safety. It will be remembered that Rev. Mr. G is a convert from the Roman Catholic faith to that of the German Presbyterian. This is the third time he has been attacked by riot ers, anxious to do him and his audience some injury. Hereafter a posse of police will be sta tioned at the church to preserve order. Cln. Gazette. Emigration from Ireland The Irish pa pers are filled with accounts of emigration. Every day, says the Tuam Herald, we witness thedeparture of crowds. The Waterford Chron iole states that on a recent occasion a vessel left with 221 persons directly for the United States. Remittances were pouring in from this country in great numbers, accompanied by earnest ap peals to parents, brothers and sisters, to take un their departure for the New World. Al ready, says the Tuam Herald, have many aged parents, whose years and infirmities render them averse to change, oeen persuaueu 10 joiu their ohildren in the L nited States. The Pope is confidently expected to visit France to crown the new t.mperor. remain two months. MARRIED On Thursday evening, 31st ult., by Rev. Jas. Golden, Mr. Henry nays to Mrs. Barbara Trussell, all of this place. fclierilT'si nl. Rplmont countv, 0 Lord & TrowMdae vs A H. Uemiisteret sis. 1'iUPiiant lo the command of a venditioni exponas, iieueti irom the Court of Common Fleas oi thi couuy ol I'elmoni and 10 me directed, 1 will expose at public sale at ih door of the Court House, in Carrollton, Carroll county, Ohio, at I o Ink ? Bl., on Bonriay the 9th day ol May, 1853, the following real esiair, to wit : the undivided half of lot number 75 snd the whole ol lot number 4fi, eituate In the town of Leeabnrjth. Terms cash. GEO, I'UlH, April 8. I53. snin. Far Sale or Rfll. I wish to sell or rent my house and lot.on Main street, opposite the Picsyune office, in Carrollton, where C. Sheldon now lives. Possession will be given on the first of April novt He witti For terms die, spply to B. Stevenson. March IB, as. -31. iAiumiioimniHi