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As we had not seen a paper from ln locoioco rule is a nine too expensive. , banks The balance of the increased capi the extreme south, for a number of months, and I Tbey imagine that a State tax, almost double j la! 900.000 is given to the country, of which being beset with a strong desire to know what that of laat year, ia piling it on a little too thiek- 1.400 is captUl given to new banks, and editor, in that region think about, and what ly. when at the a, time the State debtdwiu-1 lW XW.h. kind of buainess the people are engaged in, we dies very alowlj They cannot see, or be made tef Bank .. wjtn a capital of 1,500,000 ; an very carefully read everything printed upon the to feel the benefits of the new constitution, and otier tae "National" with 800,000 capital ; aheet, including editorials, correspondence, se-! the locofoco legislation under it. The "glori- the Howard Banking Company" 500,000, lections, advertisements and notices. We con-' ous privileges" guaranteed thereby, and the and the "Elliot," with 300,000. u..i j- . j . ! , . , 1U. . m.,tt,:." ,i.-i 1 The "Tetacomet," at rail River, hi' 400,- feaa oaraelvea a little diaappotnted in not find-; "corrupt and "soulless co-operation, demo - Qlhen Un k number wjlh ;u,3 of ing what we expected to find. isbed, are consummations too dearly procured- tl0O,ooo or 150,000, are located in various Strange as it may seem, there is not one word ; The humbug ha. entirely exploded ; the .yren portion of the State of invective to be found in iu columns. In j song has lost its sweetness ; locofoco promisee i iIima limea nt eriminaimn nnd recrimination he- have nroved untrustworthy, and the honest and Datxn Fbuit. There has been a great de- tween the journal, of different .ection., grow- i ing out of the subject of slavery, we were glad to sit down and read what had been written in whig feeling and sentiment of this county is a calm mood, at the very metropolis of slavery. . dead. Let locofoios "lay that flattering unc- From the tone of the editorial portion of the'tion to their souls" if they choose; but ihe , , . , . .1 ... . , , . 'ii .,1. paper we cannot but infer that the editor doe. event, of the com.ng contest will acquaint them not include the negro as a portion of the hu- with their error. man nice. This, under the circumstances, is , We are going to beat if we do our duly. sensible ; for if he admits that proposition, all defence of the system is cut off. He quietly ' acquiesces in the general southern belief, that slavery is right, and, supposing that the right i to hold the black ourl of the human race in ! bondage is so clear and unque.tioni.bl that no arrument is needed in it. defence he is .ilent consistent adherent of the Baltimore locofoco platform that we have heard of. He entirely repudiates agitation. And more, he sets un ex ample to others by hi. editorial course. The "leader" in the number before us, is un der the caption of "LIBERTY." The object of the urticle stem, to be to set before hi. read ( r the true meaning of the word ; or to ex plain to them what 'civil liberty' it. In his defi nition he is unquestionably right. He quote. Judge Blackstone's definition, together with the opinion of Locke on the same subject. He i. all right so far as ha goes ; but he stops too soon. One part of his article contains this terse sentence: "Personal liberty consists in the power of locomotion, or moving one's own per nod to whatever place one's own inclination may direct, without imprisonment or restraint, unless by due course of law." Now, if we had been looking over hi. shoulder when he was rxiracling that sentence from Blnckstone's Commentaries, we would have quietly nnd good humoredly asked him why, if that rule be orthodox in Louisiana, are not slaves, who desire another location permitted to exercise the power of locomotion lo which inquiry be would doubtless reply that they are not con sidered persons in Lousiana, but chattels, and are eery properly restrained when beset with a desire to migrate, then we would havo in quired why it is that the laws of Lousinnu pun ish these chattels for breaches of the peace, larcenies, felonies Ac, if they are mere chat tels ? Why do they not punish their horse, in the tamo manner ? Here we must stop, for we cannot imagine what answer could be made. We do not wish it understood, by what we have said, that we are an abolitionist. We were only tslking a little with (his southern friend on the subject. In common with most persons at the north, we think slavery an evil, and that the sooner we can get rid of it the bet ter. But by what means ? is the question. We were amused with the audacity of the cd- ilor of the paper before us, when he could .0 coolly talk about liberty in the midst of the most abject slavery. We would give anything reasonable for such power of effrontery. Ho certainly must have a "good face," if he could have kept it straight at that lime, and if ever he should come thi. way we would be glad to have a cut of hi. phiz to hang in our sanctum. The Biillraad. in last Saturday evening the locomotive v. hirh ran on this road was broken, since which time no cars have passed over the track. It ii is thought that an arrangement will bo made l- i : 1' . 1 1 .1 . to supply its place immediately, and lhat in a day or two .11 will be going well again. We hare been assured that machinery for our celebration will be supplied if possible. Who bkats ? We had raddishe. for dinner1 on last Monday, of oar own raising, one inch ia diaaaeler. Who in the region of late frosts can beat il ? We would like to exchange a with him. Yam Bsown, Attorney at law, has removed his office to the room over Jamb. Camkrok. i aext door west of the afore room. . . tW To afford the boy. in the office a holi- day, oa the occasion of tas railro id celebration, u paper ooe uay sooner man u.u - Is M Dn1 Several MbSeaaioas, which Might be 11 Pilit I J employ ad, an exerting thesaselvee . ia liafiaf laaurWsus ia kooor of what tkey, vs ! 17 facetfoasly, a tbey think, cbooaa to style the I - death of the whig party." It would please ; all such, vastly too much, to deny, in serious ! seas, thai sssk ia the fast ; therefore we will aoi pleaae theaa by flatly contradicting their as : sertion. We are aatiafied, for ouraelf, that the diagnosis of these political doctors is entirely incorrect, and notwithstanding the very high po sitions of some of them, we are very much dis posed to doubt their skill. We cannot speak for New York, or Pennsylvania, or Virginia, . nor for "benighted Ashtabula county, in our own State ; but ws are very sure that in "little I Carroll" it ia more vigorous, and makes fairer promise of long life than it has exhibited for vesrs past ; and the fall election will show all who laugh or mourn over this supposed mortal ity, that the an.mai "is noi oeao, ouv s.eepevn. a . .a ( . - a A I L. l sL We have been looking over the wound care fully for a few weeks past ; we have conversed with leading men of both parlies, in the coaa- leading men of both part i. a a .a t : we nare enueavorea 10 ascertain inrir , their 0 ws on all the qilPStions likely to be passed upon bv the TOters, and me re convinced that . ... ... .. th. .in if the right nominations arc mw, ine wniga i 8 . ' nmfh "abundantly. The people think upright have determined to "right about." ; There is then no reason to conclude that the Let every one do hi. best and ucce.s is sure, So think we. UlblwlaBM. Tbree weeks ago we asked any locofoco to "'"7 0alPl,in clHim ,1,ould h"ve been P'1 I but n0 one of t,H'm ha had tbv' l)rd'-tbe writer ventured to intimate irom ins conceaieu position, that the claim was improperly paid ; 1 I ; . i . i but wo have concluded, long ago, that there t. , nothing made by replying to an individual who ' i. afraid to show hi. head. There is no honor ... t .& . i. I in whipping a coward, as soon as inai writer lA .. rr ,., , . . .,, . let. the world know who he is, we will show con - clurively that he wa. in error ; or at least that j hi. statement, lack one important ingredient, ' and that ingredient is the truth. Until then we .hall take Ihe allegation, we made a. con-1 , , , . fesied, and the people will enter a decree ac- cordingly. ! Bualaess. Things begin to look lively in town since the opening of the Railroad. Great quantities of wheat and wool are brought in, and we are glad j to be able to say that good prices are paid for' them. In a week or two more the facilities will be increased to accommodate the increas- 1 v i.. ..,!. ..i ...i ingbusiness. Everybody south, south-east and ' ii i ! sou vi i " i coi, vi him nji.ii win uuwvn this way. Anything you have to sell will bring I cash, and a big price at that. All Incident. We happened to be on the locomotive when it made the first trip into town. As we came along, about a mile from town, we saw a lady standing in a field beside the railroad, with her arm. spread out on the top rail and chin resting upon her hands, complacently watching the progress of the animal. When the engine , I came opposite to where she stood, the engineer 11 ! a!a1 a a 1 1. a !!. blew hi. whi.tle. A. quick as thought she wheeled and ran a. fast a her "driven" would carry her ; and as she continued to ruu ns long as we could see her, .he may, for aught we know to the contrary, be .till running. Jt-fJ'We looked over the apnrntus of Mr. Wileman, and, although we do not profess to be a good judge in tueh case., we think hi. fix ture, are well suited to the purpose, for which they are intended. The subject of hi. lecture. will be interesting and we hope he may have a BOod audience. See advertisement. tW A copy of the life of Gen. W. II. Haii bison by H. Montgomery, has been laid on our table by M. F. Tooker k Co. of Cleveland. In glancing over the work hastily, we come to the conclusion that it is a de.irable addition to the family library. It is very neatly gotten up mechanically, nnd well arranged artistically. j en(l fr copy, t The paper, say that Samuel Medary has been appointed Minister lo Chili, and Reuben Wood Consul to Valparaiso. Sam urctptt, but I fteuben exceptt. The latter oarac loo near be- ing President to take a fourth class place. A rci hunt. The wife of Mr- John Caskey, formerly of Washington tp., now of Rose, was thrown from a buggy on last Saturday and had an arm broken. A Bolp Figure. A stalwart Kentuckian one of the semi-amphibious "half horse and half alligator" breed we read about in the day. of Nimrod Wildfire, and Mike Fink on the day that the funeral obsequies of Henrv Clav were .olemnixed at San Francisco, speaking of the great statesman, burst forth with : "Mr. Clay ought never to bare been buried oa land. they Ao," to IkrottH km into tke sua, and e continent votld have been built on Air body I A I hold figure, that ! 1 -26.449 emigrant, landed at the port of nw tor in April. Tr Slate Taxes Iter wit By a circular issued to County Auditors, by las Auditor of State, we learn that Use grand levy of taxation far Bute purposes, for Iks year I 8W, will be as follows : For Iks payment of the principal and interest on the public debt t mills. For general revenue purposes, (beasg the current expenses of the State, ) 1 mill. For State, Common School and Libra ry Funds, I 1-10 m Total, 5 110m The above levy, says the State Auditor, en tirely supercede ike ordinary School levy by County Commissioners. It is provided, ho ever, by lbs ttd section of the New School law, passed March 1 4, 1863, that the Board of Education in any organixed township of this State, may return what additional levy ia ne- a essssry tor tsetr wants, ana u such levy is made known by certificate ia writing to the A sailor, Delore ins first Monday in June, it shall be his duty to make the required assess ments on taxable property liable thereto. W hen allowance is made for the School levy hereto(ore ,Je u. .v. Commissioners. jt wall be observed that the lew for State pur- poses for 1863, varies but little, if any, from " Jtnx. Capital City Fact. . Pmi .vUiS5(i iiTTl.i. Legislature of Massachusetts, at iu present ass- MM mm at i ja v V ri l At. i. xgan-.tt.ai oai a lie : sion has added 8,400,000 to the present Bank : :. l ti. . tt k: St Jtjt rwin . " . ... - . is. capita of the State. Of this, 5,450,000 , "y-1 ,, .. , is in Boston ; 3,200,000 is the capital of new and f,,i2fi0j000 tlie incred capiUl of r ' : ... i -st if not all the western markets. More dried fruit is ..,k.M in ,hig marke, annuav than .nv 0ther in the Union, and it is therefore one of the staple commodities of trade. The stock ol apples here and elsewhere is large and within two months the market rate has fa en fifty per cM u by Mffi ty for ofi90c. At Cincinnati from last ae- counts they were only worth 80f$85c. Peach- es Mil considerably higher, but they too have submitted to a considerable decline. Prime in lot., cannot be .old here at over 92(42,25 per bushel. A few who have sent large quan ; titles of fruit to this city for .ale, will be some what disappointed in their account of sales Fw"?oa? hTe be.en t,kn tthi8 "eMOn fwr California emigration, and the consequence . j "l i i k i a B8,""wn ngineer and architect, has published a card in th Union in which he intjmaU!i to the public that an improved railroad engine ha. been per- footed by him, that will be capable of running a mil a minnto fnr nnv distnnnp. and tint he ti i . , :it. .i.ir-i: i - - --j , - , T has nearly accomplished an improvement in the coMtructfon of by mratn. of which thi. rate 0f Ipeed raBy be made in safety. He anticipate, from hi. improvements the ability toe ros. the continent from the Atlantic to the 1,'lciItic, in " "-ny minute, as there are mile. of distance. His improved road, he states, con)bines gltfety of itave with economy of con .truction. Washington is noted for inventions in and out o( lhe pQgt Office. What has become of rof, -Solomon's gas engine, and Mr. Porter's flying machine ? The 8ftV.ge dueU which j ye guch R reputation to a portion of the Sonth-West have been much less Irequcnt of late years : yet the following account from the Santa Clara Regis- 1 f i i . i i i , : u.., , Kr ui n mini nmiuiuMii im-riuiir uuiwern iwu , . . , 6 ... desperadoes is about as bad as anything we h n v p vpt mt w ilh . 1 1 occurred snvs Ma h- gUtcr, between a Mexican and a native Califor- man about a game of monte and Colt s rcvol I vers were the weapons used in the combat. Nine shots were fired, and four of the balls took effect in each of the combatants. Both expired almost immediately. After the second or third shot the Californian crawled on his hands and knees nearer his antagonist, and fired, in order . l l:. i'u .i.i , i. .... took effect to ill ah t sure mo viumiii. i im biiul in the abdomen of the Mexican. A Lotvo Will. Henry A. Hamilton was last week engaged in recording in the books of - " ... ft - ' th ,,robate oourt of thii county one of the ionire.t wills, perhaps, of record in this mi s m a e . l State, if not in the United State. The will i. that of the late Gen. James Taylor, of New port, Kentucky. It covers twenty-one and a half page, of royal octavo, close (and we may add well) written. The fee for recording it amounted to 21.(10. It relate, to property valued at 94,000,000, and gives freedom and and property to more than twenty-one human being, and their posterity. As the testator was lhe owner of property in twenty-six counties in thi State, the will ha. to be reoorded in each of them. The land owned by him in thi. coun ty lies in Miami town.nip, in the vicinity of Clifton. Xenia Torchlight. Tub Si 11 Trkasurv Aor Stbictlv Con.tru ku. The Secretary of the Treasury gets on bravely with its new mode of making transfers of the public money. A regular corpa of agents has been established for the purpose of escorting the money from place to place. The Washington correspondent of the New York Journal of Commerce says : "The old gentleman who has one of the job., boasted at St. Louis, that he was saving the (iovernment a vast deal of money, and pre venting the banker, and broker from making anything out of the Government. According to hi. account, he took five hundred thousand dollar, from New York, in boxes, marked Uni ted States Muskets, to St. Louis, and at a very considerable expense, while any banker would hare made the transfer free of expense to the Government, and even have allowed the Gov ernment some premium for the job. Drownep, On Tuesday evening week a son of Mr. Stick ney and a .on of Mr. S. Rodger, were drowned in the creak about a mils south of thi. village. Their clothe, were found by a bridge and 11 supposed they were bathing. Their bodies were found during the forenoon of Wed nesday. They were about nine years of age. Patnftvillt Telegraph. tW No less lhaa eleven .teamen have been lost in the Pacific since January 1st 1861. They were the Commodore Preble, Union, Ches apeake. Sea (lull, Usn. warren, xwrtu America Pioneer, City of Pittsburgh, Independence, Tennessee and 8. 8. lewiB, At the session of the Prcsbvtcrian (V 8 ) General Assembly now sitting ia Buffalo, the heen turning their attention to the breaking up a number of prominent colored men in diffrent committee oe Bills snd Overatures to wboan was of ibs hundreds of gameisg establiakmenU in States, has been issued. deignatiwg July Mi referred memorials toueking the subject of dan- ih,t afe. and the routine out of the thousands as the time, and Rochester, N. Y , as the place, eing, made a re part referring to the former ac j f ibe gambktrs. The poSee have beea called into Its object is to consider the beat mesas ts ssss tioa of the Assembly, which actios strongly cos- requkwuos, and the result has bees the closing lioraW the condition of the colored people of the demns that healthful and innocent amusement. ; 0f quite a number of the worst "hells." Friday country, and to advise some plan for that ead The same committee "tell it not iu Oath, uiag the police officers visited several roado which shall be permanent. The formation of a publish it aolia the streets af Askelon"!- reports room, anj foud them closed, but on entering Grand Council ts proposed. The call alao sag that a maa mav marry the daughter of kit oar tit sodden 1 v. found some forty or fifty persons gesU the consideration of the distribution of such 'mm anH retain hit rnnner Linn with the church. ! - - Oh consistency thou art a jewel ! It is a sin to indulge in an exercise which improves the 'manners, promotes health, and brings joy and glad Bess to the heart ; bat marriages which by the well known laws of physiology bring imoecli ty and wretchedness, are allowed according to ecclesiastical law. "Oh wise and upright Judge !" We entertain for the Clenry of our land the Hbett rePe?t- "'"'ngly make great allow anee for the doingaof deliberative bodies, com- pje would have been salutary in Cincinnati and expectedly to him proven a proMsble i operation, pared in the main and conducted by gentlemen elsewhere. As it is. the fraternity will only Having been an extensive stock rearing farmer of tie "sable cloth," but here is a violation of m0ck at justice and continue to plunder with for many yean previously and bting avery way the first principle of common seuae-we almost jmpunity Clev Htrohl surrounded and hedged in by slavery and slave said common decency having its parallel onlv lsbor he naturally auppaaed that the liberation in the history of certain members of a highly Gov. Wooo, Cosmi l to Valkbaiso, Cuiu. 0f his slaves would subject him to embarraaa dignified body belonging to another branch of We were about to give tas President a gocd mcnt and probably loss in his farm operations, the church, who voted to punish the accused, scolding for the parent insult to our state, in But his experience lias disipsted all apprehen after having voted not guilty as to the charges appointing our tall Governer to a mere consul- tionl. He finds no difficulty in hiring white preferred airainst him. aj Any member of the General Assembly liv- i in" id unio, a no may inina ine repori oi me , , i , : . i . . i eomawttts popping thi statutes of rnmmitliv the "liiirher law." hnd better, before : : o . ' . ... e question to his nttct, consult Uie in prominence ana respoBaioiiny, hw h uki- and productiveness ; ne cuts more nay, naa oei the Buckeye 8ute, which say, 'That fore redeemed from vulgarity, and placed on ter pasturage keeps more cattle and kcepa them male rw r.,n. nf the "e of lfl vears. nnd female persons of the age of 14 years, not nearer nf kin than firtt covtint, and not having a husband or wife living, may be joined in marriage." I We ask this truly honorable body of divines, did ye not "strain at a gnat and swallow a cam- afsd CUe. Herald. Expkllio Maholn H. Medary, Clerk of the House of Representatives, who committed an outrageous assult upon Mr Barnum, mem- . o . ...... Jjer from Cuyahoga county, by strixing him over bc head, with a crutch, during the ses sion of the House on the morning of the 6th instant, was expelled from his office by the vote ... .. 1 ..I. 'PL. ..,.. .tru.J t..- ot the ttousp on the ;n The vote stood for expulsion 57, against it II. Served him right. Naw Tbkbitoby. An act was approved on the2JinsUnt by the President, creating thtf I Territory of Wkimfin. It comprises that I part of Oregon lyinjj north of the channel of the Columbia river to where it crosses the 46ih de- gree of latitude, and thence, with said degree of latitude, to the top of the Rocky Mountains, r : , . . u Sad CAsi AUTr-On the 10th of May, Mr. George Munroe and his family, consisting of his wife, two children, and hired man, accompani- , etlby lus Drotnersiuisisier, stanea locross i.ase Simcoe, Canada, in an open boat. A squall struck it, and she filled and wont down instant- ly. Mis. Munroe, James Munroe, two chil- dren nnd the hired man were drowned. A T: " -T. rZ-.-r.Z'. ine uu.vi""jj v. lake. The "Washintrton Gossip" of the fta-aUkl" has the followiug paragraph. It come, very : near being funny : "Mr. Sohl of Pennsylvania recently appoint- j ed to a clerkship also sn the Ihird Auditors office, declines. Hearing mis taci i aevoicu an ( hour to day to hunting him up being most anx-, ious to be able to boast in my old age that I had actually seen the man who declined an office in these times. Kinging him I was astounded with hid rpn..mhlani-i in mankind in ronerul. The mystery was solved on learning that he was the busiest man in Union county. He I A. "Floating (Jfih." A correspondent had declined the Third Auditor's Clerkship, j built n house planted an orchard, dug up the 0f the X. Y. T, i'unt thus speaks of the steam and accepted one in the Post Office Depart-' garden, made stump speeches, visited the school er Independance, the theatre of the late fearful ' I 'ii .11 . , : i, : , , i I . i. i . ment. Acrlileiit ill ElMirii. A Cleveland gentleman who came passen ger over the Erie Road the other day witnessed a distressing accident at F.lmira. Two little girls, sisters having each other by the hand, were crossing the track just as two trains were slowly passing each other from opposite direc tions. The little innocents became confused were struck bv one of ihe locomotives and both iiittunth i dled ! The lather nnd mother were immediately called and the eff ;ct of their sud - den and melancholy bereavement as may well be imagined was overwhelming. Mork Mkrino Siiekp. Another large flock of hne-wooled sheep was landed (mm the Hum bolt at New York rscently, hnving been import ad bv S. W. Jewett, Esq., of this place, from j the flocks of M. M. Gilbert and Cugnot in the interior of r ranee, lhere were one hundred and eleven in number, and they are said to ex oell in size of pody and weight of fleece. Mr. Jewett is one of the most enterprising importers J t WfVI 19 UI1 C Ul lilU IllVdk tllKluilflllli "up"' w, . , Including liis last '7 . . flock, we understand that he has expended sol), 000 for sheep purchased by him in Europe. Middltbury ( I t.,) Htgxtter. Thk Riuiit or Way. The following incident ...... , t .1 .1. . was related at the ceieorauon on uie occasion of the Railroad to La Salle : A Sucker frnm therecionof "Egypt," who who had strayed up and squatted on the line where the road was to run was applied to for the right of way through his farm. He ohjected strenuously and persuasion ap peared to be useless. They would spoil his farm, and he had heart, hi cattle would all be killed when the locomotive came along. When told the company would pay him for all such damages, he met the agent with the re ply : "Why, yes perhaps they might 11 a lener could catchem but when they come along with one of their "cow-catcher" and tuk off his stock in the night the darn thing would be in Chicago before lie could got up and dress himself "Mi'Rpkr most roiL." On Tueaday last at about five o'clock in the morning a Menomenee Indian called "Jo" killed his brother-in-law, an other Indian, instantly, by .tabbing him through the heart. They were quarrelling over a bottle of whiskey. The murderer immediately fled for the wood.. He will probably be allowed to go free as the Menominee, of late year, are verv loose in enforcing their laws and the whites seldom attempt to bring them to justice for any acts of violence coraroiusd among wemseives. We hope our officer will make aa example of this fellow aa such scene are becoming too ire quent in our midst. Green Bay Adt. Aristocracy. When Gen. Foy was once asked what he meant by "aristocracy" 'Aris tocracy" he instantly exclaimed, I will tell you "Aristocracy is the league the coalition of those who would consume without producing, live without totlinsr, fill all offices without c apacity to perform their duties, monopolize all honor. without baring deserved them this i Anstoc- r,ry." gkT Mn often consider themselves inspired when tbey ate only inflated. CtsactssaMtl Blackleg. The hottest people of Cincinnati have of late .1- l mnklinir An universal scampering followed. Two men, John Pruess IUUSVJY Cllifili i" , and Edward Osgood, who were keeping the ;gajM 0f roado, were captured, and a man as med Courtrighl, who was engaged in playing. The roado table was taken to the watch house and broken up. Pruess and Osgood were tried for keeping a rondo table, convicted, and let off with a fine of fifty dollars each. Had they been seat to the Penitentiary under the antt- gambling law, and got tbetr deserts, the exam a vsf saav vi i , 'P ,n M obscure post on the Dacfcsiae oi sr A 1 i n Llvt south America, nui irom me iohow -mg, wnren v . , ma , , , i,nm I ho I 'in i ni i' it win na aaan mat in e omcc mates up in gum wui ik ; j :wfi:. l : . , l. that distinguished list whose only ciHim to con- sideration is contained in the simple words "it will Py:" "This consulate is one of the richest gifU of the President. It is estimated as worth 10, 000 per annum, and rs soughtby a large num- her of distinguished applicants. The President, in bestowing this deserved honor upon the "old chief," has exhibited his usual discrimination, ! Pil marked compliment to the Democ- racy of Ohio. Gov. Wood takes the place of ur:n: r n i u ma William Duer. Col Medary 'a atstion, ( we may here remark,) ia at San lago, in Chili. 45rme ew lorx (.vening rosi is respon sible for the following incident, exemplifying t hn ...p, nt-uatatti rn fnr fh-o in :i tthi rttr ifin Th J, told of thePremair, Mr. Marcy : j "Among me nosi 01 oes.egers in ue pursuit; p'i,ccs. M extremely , axtous that her husband should be made post- mJter in .ome country village. She was mos persevering in her .olicitations in season and out of seaso.:. one stood at the Secretary s door when he came o'jt of his room in the morn ing: he intercepted htm otl bis way to ' meals, he foowed him t0 ,,ig lodjfUlg5 at n.ght. On one occwion she remained unusually late. 1 be Governor listened to her as long as he could, wncn he requested her to excuse mm, oui sun ghe lingered. ensrtb every gentleman but one had gone, and the Secretary took off his shoes. Still she gtood her ,,r0und, quite unmoved. The Secre- air aswsw sibsj. sp bsw, saaa ! r?" on HIS coal, anu men luiiinii; lu iiic nuiuau, no . g to the woman, he said: "Madam, I am now going to bed, and N don'' ,I.hH "y yu' 11 1 t,re(1 WIMW0g- A Business Man. The editor of the S-wto (riizftfc, tormeriy oi unionco., maaesaiavoraoiu , nonce oi ine enlargement anu iaswv inwi w the Marytvdle Tribune over which our friend Hamilton presides and concludes by giving the editor the following touch of biography, lie tens Iwty. 1 "Success to Cornelius. Last summer he presided nt cold water parties, whittled sharp stick, to poke at some of the court house rats, castigated divers loafers, loudly admonished Dumble of Mount Gilcad, Stayman, of Dela I ware, and sundry others, wrote editorials, set up j type, joined the shaker8,(the ague sort,) sur veyed land, lead Hlackstone, and nursed lit tle Tom all the time ! Was'nt he busy ?" Christopher Carson., better known bs"Kit Carson, has written a letter giving his opin- ion that the railroad route to ine racinc, turougn 1 Utah. He says I know but one route across the continent which can be travelled winter and summer, and over a remarkble level country, and that one mu.t cross the Rio Grande del Norte within fifty or sixty miles of Santa Fe, and from thence as direct to the California mountains as the na ture of the country will allow. The pass known as 'Walker's Pass,' through the mountain is a good one nnd has no very abrupt ascents or descent. There is another pass higher up which is nearly if not quite aa good as 'Walk- ears. That comes in somewnerc aooui one of the 'Four Creeks,' and Dr. Nagle, of Santa Fe, has mentioned to me the fact that a re liable and intelligent man an old mountaineer, nnd whose statements I know are to be depend ed upon having passed from the Nega of Santa Clara, and after making his course due west reached the Turlare Valley, passing over a country which to use hi own words, you could drive a ten-mule team through any where." How to gkt Rich. A merchant had just as well expect to get rich by closing hi doors and keeping his goods concealed from the public view, as to hope to succeed in business, without advertising, while his cotemporaries are contin ually exhibiting their stock to the public gaze, and inviting calls from purchasers. It is just as natural for the subscribers of newspapers to buy from those who advertise to it, as it is for children to follow soldier on parade, lhe sim Ele fact of seeing goods published every week, as an irresistible attraction that will fasten it self upon the mind, and never fails to guied each reader to the very store at which his or her wants can be supplied. Every merchant of common sense knows it to be so, and yet ma ny of them fail to resort to the very method to . . .... . 1 .1 . make sales which is used to induce mem 10 make their purchases. Utica Telegraph. There is a man residing in Hancock county, Virginia who has become so insane that he ima- S'nes himself a poose. He has built a neat is e corner of his barn for the purpose, as he as serts, of raising a brood of young gqflingt. Ha will sit upon his nest for weeks and no persua sion on the part of his friends can induce him to abandon it. Steub. Herald. A contract kas recently been made in En- i'land for building a mammoth steamer 600 eet long and to draw 75 feet of water. The idea is to have her draw so much water as not to be affected by the waves but to run smooth and easy. The height from the bottom of the trough of the sea to the top oi the wave on the ocean is computed at 35 feat The harbor at Newport, R. L. is the only port in this country which such a vessel could easily enter. jMr-The railroad fare from Cincinnati to New York is ? 15 time hours. rsloresl People's Waiisttal A call for this Convention, tirsed bv quit funds as Mrs H. B. Slowe mav raaeiva ia Fo- rope, she having intimates privately that she ia- . . . . a tends to devote them to the oi an Institution where colored tradea. Cite. Herald. Caaaica If. Clay. We are sure many will hear with pleasure what we learned during a recent sitdown with our old friend and fellow laborer, C. M Clay that the emancipation of his slavea, some eight years aero, has quite un- - w - , laborers according to his need, and atreason able rates he hires a portion ot nis lortner staves tor wnum uiuiunni ,i.i.,j,h...-.--, . ...... n ., i.a, a.,- h, tarat a ,mibi, . crahly iniproveu anu stm improving in leruiuy . ' . . i ; t v.. m better order than formerly ; and whereas his fnrm usef (0 run him in debt, or at least yield him no profit he is now making money by it. So much for a single experiment emancipation made under the moat discouraging and embar- barrassing auspice.-with slavery and an- tiabolition prejudice hemming it oa every side anj wjth the least possible diversification of la - hor among the surrounding community. Mr. Clay's farm is in Madison County' Ky., (Whitehall P.O.) and we earnestly entreat .i .i n . L southern srentlemen especially planters who are willing to know the truth to ses how it compares in appearance with the average of those around ., ! ,, -irthhnr. onj . conclusion..X V Tribune- TJ)e J Atlas notice, a review of Unc,e Tom,. CBoin ., in htWn( TtnneMet )(mKrnl published al Boliver, in T.naes-ec. jt jg a ..8iaLhlerous review," say. the Alia., an(J (he .8eems ,o ha?e invMted hi. whdc cspitg bo(h of ,itfrature and indignation jn the egsfty Mrg 8lowe.g book jg &Mgcl wjlh bhving lhe m08t mjchjevou tendencies as bej degigned .to eiDk the social relations of tjae Iftlion of ,he Soulh t0 a ,eYel wjth tJ)e uneared for M(i pcnniM, wnite 0f the Xorlh , the jolg pdiU)r lhe Mme wjlh same, .. f-i,( ihe faithfulness of a true son ef the church, set ting it down ns 'a fling nt the Christirn Religion in gcntral and Southern Methodism in particu lar' As a commentary upon the truthfulnes. and leaiatsasav of thi. review the Alia, copies , mmttr. rjMma ,,,,,.,., ,,,,, i which . . ,nmr i fi011,in,f advertise- ment : BLOOD-HOUNDS. I have two of the finest dogs for catching ncgroeg j ti,e South-West. Tbey can take the trai twelve hours after the netrro has passed, and catch him with ense. I live four miles south-west of Boliver on the road leading from Boliver to Whitesville. I am ready t all times to catch runaway negroe.. March 2, 1063. David Tiknkb. tragedy: She was a slender, fragile, egg shell parch- work of a thing, built to run upon the Sacra mento river. I have heard it said by other that she was made up of new and old material, a part of which was stripped from some of the condemned North River boats- Her engine, or a part of it, belonged to the steamer Atlantic, winch met with so terible n late on Long island Sound. They called her a new vessel in 1850. It was notorious, on the Pacific she was unfit in every way for the route, and I heard the term of "floating coffin" applied to her many u lime. The popularity of her commander, Capt. Wakeman, haa a tendency to blind people as to the character of the boat, and the luck which at tended her at first was trumped about as an ev idence of her stability. She answered a a bet ter to make money, and as long as she went safe who wa the wiser ?" auvertibkmkdtJ Competition is the life of busineis. Now there is no denying that Swabacker & Brothers new spring and summer stock of ready made Clo thing is the best got up, most fashionable, and the cheapest ever brough to this market. The great advantages they have in buying will war rant the above assertion, and the encourage ment and success they have met with in the pat ronage from citizens both from town and coun try, make it their duty not only to compete but but outdo all competitor in selling clothing cheaper and the beat in the market, and war rant them what they are represented, of the best of cloth and of the most substantial work manship. Their stock consists of spring aad summer coats of all styles nnd colors, such as fine frock and sack cloth, cashmere, red, drab ate. ; black frock and sack lupines, black lustre, mohair, tweed, summer lustre, cottonade aad linen coat ; a very extensive lot of pants, vests, jackets, hats, caps, ahirU, drawers, cra vats, neck and pocket handkerchiefs, trunks, carpet bags, and every article of goods that can be purchased in any similar establishment in the west. Those who have to work for their money, it would be for their interest to call at this store, that they will be assured to sell them their supplies considerably cheaper than any other store in town. We have also a store in Steuhenville and one in Minerva, and have therefore such facilities that none can nor dare to compete with us. Don't neglect calling at this store before purchasingelse where, as you will certainly get paid for your trouble. Come all to the Eastern Clothing Emporium, three house above Legget's tavern, on Lisbon street. MARRIED. On Thursday 19th tnst by Iks Rev. W. C. Haner, Mr. Hugh Houston to Miss. EHsa Jane Halderaan. both of Magnolia. On Mar 24th by Guy Dudgeon Esq. Mr- Daniel Sherfick, of Washington county, Ohio, to Alletha Moore, of Loudon tp., Carroll county, Ohio. On Sunday evening 81st Imt by Rev. J E. McGaw, Mr. Will. T. McDowell, (Printer.) late of Carrollton, Ohio, to Mrs. Melvina J. Morehouse, formerly of Brooklyn, New York. On Tuesday May 16th, in Greencastle, Idiana. Prof. Joseph Tixglet, Asbury Uni versity, and Miss Ellin R. Wxbb, daughter of Rev. T. S. Webb, of the first charge M. E. Church in that place. 1 t