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UKI.I.. ftttlr. tarrtilitn. : Iktt). twl II. I v.-3. WHIG STATE .nUIMTIC.S. vox Goviasu. NELSON BAtl ERE, Of lhyUad. IE )t LICIT. UOVEtXOB. star J. lira. Of Richland. f roa TREAS.asB or fT.lTt, Ufirv llrirkitD, Of Hr.mtitOH. ro MMBTMf or itte, t lsou II. aa orbcs. Of Athtn. rot srrat e Ji d,.. Fraiklla T. Drm, Of CuyUun. ton AiroKKEY nMUl, William II. Ubsoo, Of Siuc o. ro oad or rt blic weans, John Ha d l I r , Of Ckwawatna. WHIG COUNTY Tl.KLT. air r.sfn r nvir, E. I E''KLliV. C.i.tre. At iiiron, J. I BLACKBURN, Brown. Taxis na, JOHN MOODY, Cmre, Pao'.Ttsu ATTonskv, ROBKKT CUOSIKK. Centrt For Commi-moxeb j as McLaughlin, Fox. I i-iuuauy Director, WILLIAM Ni V1N, Union. Whig I'ven'loii. In another column urn wil II find ihe - Convention f....-, 0 j which met in the Court House on the 6 ins, WHIfli. At the bead of this column you will find the ticket aekcted for vour suffriiL'cs at the coming election. The men who compose the ticket are all well known to you -men you have had a- mong you ever since the orguniz ition of your County men upon whom you can rely as be-1 ing faithful "hotnat and capable" men, aomc of whom you have already elevated lo trust, and never found them waning in the MUM discbarge of the duties incumbent upon litem. W 111031 Ii behooves jf,u, and ev.ry lover of tight and enualily-of a faid.ful diharge of duliia devolving upon State and County officers lo r,.iiy arounaan,, .suppor-memenp u,,. u...... a it a I , : . nation by those who repnented jonin ton- vention ine enemns in ir w.iiuu mm .. n.. . f .ir 1 prosperity arc al.eady at woik. doing every a f t .! . -. .1 .. F. I i . 1 , t . . thing in their power lo defeat your enndidutes, and elevate their own, ( although not nomina .. ted.) Itii therefore MI'M7 ! J "u shoUJU at onccgotowoik and try by nil honorable means to Retire the election ol tnose IM you know will discharge their duties hones'ly and faithfully. Wake up ntoncc, and let noth ha ririveiil vou from bofiait a Mod report in B I m m w m. ulitr ill a I i oil i . i cur. am , .... r . . . ; . a retuiy lair name, mm mrw awwiir mmm erene . . I .. il ... I I I.. it unon tht intelligence and good ene ot it Whig of Carroll. Vou have the votes, nnd .11 you want is the riijht kind of feelings pre va- 1 . 1" . ' ..I nirin.inv in I lln 11 n I n, 1 1 v . , .1 .1.. ........ ,U J I, .11 I. .,'.1 II'. .Ill I .11. 1.1. aim ine ai.;ivi, o. -uiv .... . , . ... i , There may be, and probably i( nome who ' ' , r i , , lllU nol gel llieir cnoiee ; iihu iney, nouie one else wot'ld have been di.oij pointed Let not this divide you. Let every v hig rtaolit him aelf into a committee of one to do his utmost for the ticket. If you should iiet as to who the man ought to he for a county officer, re mmibir the maiiiui in which you hart been treated eated by locofocos who have wire-worked i i m..lve into office. Should vou differ as lo mwmmvww iwau uiiiee. unmiiu juu uiuri m m ,v ... -.. :, ue you io vop, iiaii -ww m course or those who now hold Ihe power in . . ... . our legislative halls. Rt KCber the brokin pn-miaes, the cast uway pledgtl of thoae who have proved to M H e rest , ,., , s ol your State. Kem.mber.he proceedings of .he hit Legislature of Ohio, mid tlu n eonelude, if ...... . .i you run. Id cast your WppC and udluence, in a channel ben. fieial lo such ricUttt, political j t i i ... i . .i ' uesperaaoep, w uo nave oniy in view wt proper porion t NMI1GS ! Again wc atk you to view the ground can: fully, and we are .mi-fled that ihe men upon the Whig ticket of Carroll county will each and all receive a moit TBI! MI'llANT MA-' J0R1TV ! XMin Viaa. of Akron. 0 , editress of M o mm Miitrwiw, nas nei n , ii i;seu io i ay I ' our vi age a short Visit We hive ha I the , pleasure of making hi r aciiiuiintnnce, and find 1 ' fcM to bean intere.i..,g and intelligent lady.- May htlTi-.t be so pleasant as to induce her tong-in return. A Udy editor is such a rare personage that aomchow we kind o'bke 'un. A Nkw PartB. We have received the fust number of the "Hossville Weekly Semim !" rn, oi i la-,. . ,i I . I I . a democratic paper just started at Rossvillc, Butler Co Messr Marker and McCormick nre the eJitori nnd proptie'ors. Succesa to their enterprize. Bro.JoaEinMii,iLi..oftheFouirCirv, was in town laat wtfk. We had lhe pleasure of hearing him talk on the topics of the day. Hopt he may be pleaaed lo psy Carrollton an- Other visit soon. arCall At the PaUun W. and see Dr. Mtm. the celebrated Denul Surgeon. If you have ureth which you want to part with ihe DocT.wili extract them on abort no .ee f yon have not a sufficient number, be is just a god. atioaerting them. He will remain only afow Iy Itfltgeit C1J idoi. Whig lrrri. Never Lara wr the protpette of the whig party more (Uttering than at the present time, aotwithstahding the cry of locofooo editot" throughout the State thai "th Whig party ia dead." A for Carroll County Ml speak undarslandingly. wht-n we say the prospects of the Whig party Were never rujre eneoura- ging. The locofocos in thia county have come lo the conclusion that the whig party has some life in it yet. You would thiuk so to ec how buv they are in Uyinif plan, and arranging the rope for ibe October i lie lion. - a T!o re seems to be a determination, on the enrt of .eviry Whig to go into the rontcit with leal and energy, nnd whenever this kiud of fctl M is manifest, the locofocos mny a well , come down," for Owe C0 be to 'bow for them whatever. In Carroll county, tbt days of locofoco m i fast being apem. The people the sovereigns re bcgiuuingto understand huw theie party demagogues "love t lve dear people." They N that the love bestowed must be paid for ill dimes and dollars We opine that at the est October election tkeri will be a n bukc laWllHiaai to the locoloco fBJ thai will be trt.d-bv lhisur;rnisuk,e mark of their kind rcawbrtd for yean, Hire I a great , ... Rn, inid..fali.n 1 cannot, nnir change bi inn wiought in the minds of the thinking ronionof the people throughout the cniiteSi.v.e. ai d ere long the hnIM who -T - p- urieswill be bi.mglit to meet ihe nward so justly oenti-d. A fas JtlaatM TW. flU h'nrulrer A WILD I AT.iltKlir. the tia. aynrtr aah.aia af l.h. 11 lira whna Dc- lector bus been 1 x't n.-ively circulated, to haV leaving the spoils and honors tobe divided a ' pose upon the p. Ofh of theWebt a spurious t, ; worihy. 1 V 1 r -n r n: -.v.. 1 . nil ..: .p!:'. "7 I:! V ,,. Z i:..,. ! mttm. II'IIII. I'll illll ,j 4Vi e i- i i u,( nvwy 1 Cincinnati. These shinplaMers have appear- ed in that City . To have their way, Dye quoted them, in his June B ink Note Mirror, as . a at 1 Ti,; .fcj ' wv incr)rp0rill! a t,,b.i d a men h nits. iC.ingn aml K Hlu,.ethei a worthless and unauthorized 1 concern in its new phase. The Enquirer rays " . I " ' is ' '';";,, b7 I , , lJU1 , . , f ' '.. operations. T,)is ,,n;(. jno p,(, x jrnr, g pui,. - jyj .-Xhe Winking Man'a Advocate" in :v MeCoanakvilk. 1 Mom Co. ihatiimehc was a full -blooded locofoco. , . nl.So mucll s0 llmt y. name was Bt.,d as equivalent to tho 'hard".- , f,,,,,,,, if mm ftbn,, lu p-y out . nIwil... ..forkl.d ovir" the -Ready , n. . . .a.: 1 trtd loa)ff)C03 henf fur .gjlilipl(lliU.rSf. Ac., Just i . t - . a. a- ...... , ii 'i n.i mi it i.i iii iiniin i i uv inuiii' ' mi ,.n,. ,, , i ,j. ding in the "Rags," just that long nro they u," 11 ' " ,vnK ju1 aasaai avaa . .... j lown ,m Iliinks fll. . fin.uA,il,n of a paper 1 1 curuncy. Rut 1-1 an opportuniiy present it- nil for n Ipeeillatioi in DNDer money, nnd you , ,,. . ... . . , , , i , .. . ii ii u tnese unii o.iiik 'iicauv joiin un men the meanest kind of sell, men lo accomplish their I'ttrposes. When wc hear a locofoco mVf- ingabout "nhinplHslers," "rags," "In.sh." Ac. we always think of Jno. 8. Dye. ihe Cincinnati , . r. i .pi , .1 l' Locofoco Broker. Tht Cincinnati Enquirer ys "the credit of D f lives Deieclor is ruined by , ', , ,,, nl., , a a J ' f ' the n lhis operation.' Nny confidence in the honesty of the man, or klll)winrr fts Wi, di , th, manr changes he had undi ref ne in aeniiinent for the . , . , . purpose of enriching hi 1 , .1-1 pocket. e have, tunic of then-John Dies in lhis community, . . . Mw w tdviat aH boneit men to ahun then, for could they MM a big speculation over yo; with "Rags," I hey will be sure to do it, Jet it cost as much dishorn sly as ii would. .l'o much for Locofooo "(ov-money" men. rieMc The ladies of Carrollton are tome the wny of getting up a 1 tc nic. n last Ihursdiy we re pal rd to the "tstul rer House, where we r - - were Drevioii-lv inviled and found a host of i w rnmrn, nnw hum uii yoo hum wm p- Bra . i ...I... i .i,. . . . . ,i.i i "")'. 'neia.iies. geumgiireu oi aiwjl me. nnu I'oneluded to adjourn to tho "kedentry" for, " 1-1 - m wn y ue,, a.r am, having Juh geiuralh ,-How what do you sup- pott our JpAnRlfl was when a dear litile dam- m ! e L .! i Ml atepped up to us ami Ml us .1 we would "Vrpt her company!" "Why, yes, no ohjec- it 'i i . .., i ... : , i - i.i fi' w - w - . ww, aw .o,u,,ui ,re,e ,eu on to the Cars, our passage paid, and a good seat procured! for our co i.fort. In a short time we were mi the ground (.elected for the entertain- menls of the day, and all seemed to be in the best of humor. After we had rambled iibout the woods for two or llucc hours, dinner a Pic-nic dinner was nnnoonoed, nnd in a short' lime all w is seated aio ind t sum; uious ia. past such as none but Onrrolltoa ladies know ' i , , w . how lo prepare, fiver thing passed off lo ,v. ...u ,; r..,: . .. , the entire satisfaction ot every one present, nnd , l . i at o c ock we were on our road home again j. lhe mw)H llu. b,,.n,bled at the ..StiJer Hull," d there we passed away lhe fmt hour of u jn . ' N danct " ! T t,lc managers of the Pic-Nic we return our biggest blessing, hoping (lt some day lo be able to return their kindness MfsiCAL (iAZKTTK We have received the A gust number of this popular musical paper. Although we are no Amateur, yet we can up. pneiate the manner in which the i7(,re i gotten up. Anewvolumeof.be "klushud World and Times," a weekly journal of i-ixiecn pages, publi.-lu d by the mme, Messrs Dyer MMlWI. liams, will be comnieiici d in September n xi Nw js ,inie l(( TtHM ,Por t u 0ugtUtt 0M copy mt yrHr 60cl!) ,)int copits 8100 . un Copies 03 00 For the Hww (ind Tjmf$ onj cop g3 0Q lwn C),pil.!. ib 0Q . nvt. (.11));.S l0 OQ Addriss DVElt & WILLIAMS, 257 Broad way, JST y. tW We calltd the alt. ntioo of oui reader, laat week, to ine fact that Mr. 11 or was t king Daguerreotype picture in our town. We would again s.y Mr. Htm is on hand, and . driving a ir.uitl.tug trade in hi line. Every ore who wants a good picture and tki, would dowell lo give bin a .all. Hi-ro.m. are a- bove Dr. Boega-ls Drug-Store. a-TVV think it due Mr. Geo I'fOH to an- ' publicly that he declined any nomina- tlu" DJ' ' Whig County Convention. IK- oonraire from the Sheriff office. M.-iy good "M Communications. I'eelinuiion. 7'u tht Ed'Uor of' Uie Free I'reu: Tht Whig Convention of Carroll County, in ih pltntitude of tin ir MVOf and kindness hav ing placed my mime upon the Whig ticket, as a cundidate for the office of Prosecuting Attor ney, I tnke this method of informing ihe fiii nd who nnnourr.d nivii ime r,nl the Whi"softhe aoi.our.ciu mj. name. bi..i inc uigsoi ine county irencraliv that alt how oh I am much flat- ,0 bt. cndidale for ibe place to which they propose I., elevate me. I was fortunate c- 'nollf,h in time, gone by lo receive a nubbin S. r.u I -S i - - iliunkfu! : but at present I have no aspirations' fur any place in the gift of the Whig of this county. I desire nothing more than to be con- J . ... . i idered a failhfnl r rivate in tht Wlrir rank. You will Iherefoie pi -use strike my name from the ticket, assuring those trentlemen whose ' O O names compose the ticket, that llicv will receive my cordial support, and that anvihin-' I can do . ...,,. ... ...... .., ft aiawiiiBi,wiiiwii mc aiiM" .he whigpi.ty, be cheerfully accompli,.,- id. H. CR08IEO. Carroll toa 0 Aiit n 'M ' - ' . - , , FW da IVm Pftttt "ricilioric" Ifftiin. "I li'ilioric Ifataa, Euiroa : Tho little communication wllich nPPtnr, 1 ' lb last Free frm under '1"-' clmr-ge of your predesessor, Mr. Crosier,! Htm lo "M slirrt'1, MMw1o" P " j Pnl''' I''1''1'' Rni1 br,)llo1,t l" ,lis another ( Am .' "Plethoric," whose pn-ition, most cer- warrants me in the opinion tint hehasl "come down" by noticing a squib from 'One of , 'W Tie Ban () seems to be well versed in the I a L . I . , category oi nar-roum rpitneis. as is nmu I aaaniliaat in hil application to "One of the - - '-jrV' such names as ' whiskey-sucking, d noy s such names i.s lii-i,ev-suekiii, . N--g-g. night-row lies." Perhaps the; V . . . mtm wl,y.ho MM'S r? c,msle' little words is because hu himself was nt one lima nlaal in ihe oosilion to haeelhem throw. i ' e,d at him wkh all th -ir force. The gentle . ,nin' l" ) ' ,srnMt,7 "'''- F"klh fctfl r.-e.v lfc,"M B,,t who has lent bis aid "m3 M'"'U'" "or.ny joungmen, in or i I i 1 .' i i ll.- lint -il1' tt iklliiil- i J r n , - w conv'el'" minds of some scrupulous deinocriits, that ,1 certain "SM of iniquitv "ltd reformed, and was thereby entit.ed ,0 L W of ibe Dtt assemblage of dema-W, is hereby informed, that no such ..formation has taken id. ire. ' I would ask the II. hi. and Iiis friend "across the way" 'Plethoric" if they expect to ac complish anything for Temperance R-fonn by inns meaniy iiaiiucing young men s churncters, who have never d, mo thin.- i on ,.-,--. h Uever to ininre or disturb them (a i ., tlevtr, to mjoit or d.sto.b then, in then ao- ei relations. Do you, gen-h men, expect lo bring about the reformation of any young man or b hoy by such a course of conduct ? Were reformed in this manner? Did persons ... ,. In .r,.-,ul;,. , .,..! outer urtrc you to reionnauon, ny mean v i i , j i i i inose w nom you couui not iieieni yourselves t0 because previous diflicuhies intervtincd i - m, prtveoted you nddrtttiu Hum ? j 99mJ ..... i , . ,1 e .iii.i sii'irest to lis nair of sure "Pleth. I (. drwp m they wi m.ver (iiul Mything but resentment from those ,,,. ch.ira,ler8 th lri(,d lo ruin wilh r - - 3- - (,)(.ir vjk, aUi, Blandt.r,lUf, tonglK.s. If 60meof f Crtl,olUon ,uive d jn . lIu.ir w o,v . . w . . OrmatioO lead the column of mudirn reformer I nnd should they be brought down to a drunk- j aid's grave, I suppose these two "wise men of , the times," can ,, ply tht consolation to their ! Laa L.-iJ .. .. : : ' - anils by knowing thai ''this work is ours." We robbed these of their characteis, and they In ..,, MMMMJ found in llm iin ,,f i 1 1 vii. . , , ,. i. on iieiiK'.us io urow n ineir sorrow. ONE OF THE B'lIOYS. A Son Killed ur Bit EATimn The Clinton J.ej tltlintn, published at Wellington in this BtTtt, records lhe murder ofa souby the hands of his father, in Wilson lownship in that coun-1 ty. I he father a name ia Reuben Mills, and in-, son was loriy veai Koio hiiii oiiiki. i lie father is nearly seventy years old. The wretch r is nearly seventy years ow. I he wretch- ed fiith TrrrT . . ?" . him 0111 wm einur on w ,e or, nu orei.Mng 1, , . 1 1 ........ 1 1 1 ! ....... . : ... ' 1 ... 1 1. 1 , . 1 1 t ' i , ,, . . , . . - nts necK. in occurrence tooK p ace atioui V 9 , , , i i . . i i i c ock )'. M..on I nesi av ast a t he house where the parties resid'-d. in Wilson, township. The old man was arrested the next da,-, and held to answer at ihe a.im of (500, and in default of which be was committed lo jail. A NlW Tit a de in Slaves is re erred to by a Havana letter arritor, who says that ihe Indi and of Yucatan are cirried into Cuba, lo be sold to servitude. The Uritliish gavatimini haa discovered the auent HI tht business, an i had him arrested On the person of this a gen' were lonnd the terms oi agreement with lhe Havana dealer, showing ihat $25 was to he paid for ti iv male itdnli Indian and woman and children in proportion Bants Anna, it is further atated, has m ide a per emptoiv d mnnd upon General Owfcrdo for tin- immi dia'e libi raiion and restoration of ibe kid napped Indian?. Proeerdtnge of Hie- Whig fount -vruilon- Pursuant to a call of the Whig Central Conn- mittee. a Convention of the Whign of Carroll County met in the Court lious, io Carrollton. on Saturday, th- 6th inst The Convention was called to or der by Mr Van Drown, and onini'.ioti of Mr. Brjwu Mr Fi.hard Soie, of Washington Tp. wascho-en chairman, and AIU Green appointed vc'iy; ijr. Lmnei lMe. of Augusta. Ass't. Sec'iy. .bcre being no one announoeJ before the Convention for the ofhVe of Prosecuting Attor - ncy, on motion of Mr J as. M. Davi, Mr Kt1 CR05IER ru nominated by acclama- , , lion lor uiai omre. The Convention then proceeded to the nonv in.tion of candidate, for the different Slate and .t nJlnta In hi Itlid at (he cominr iIm. mun.j ofhciatobcblhd at tbt coming elec ,,on' A Ml of the different l,.Y .bowed them !l to be represented. The Candidates then announ- ced and the ballotintt commenced uu, aim mi iihih.ibj, ivniurnicu. ... . n. ,U e , I II . v i v . On the tirst hi ot tins L. I-.. It r.r .ira .n n ,1 f ., '. f i'm . I IT VI ... K.v. ...... ... ,.,,, ,..T ., , km uii.uu, ,i"i ii .iiiii.ii, mi i H.O.-UK1 , Mtvs . M Lnuglilin, for Commission! r. There bein-no. hoice for Auditor snd In iiure oeing no i.noice lor Auditor sna in. "lr, the Tpj. retired and resumed "!fa wfcWl resulted in the nomination of Wm. Nevin, of Union, for Director Infirmary, gj j o i bi tb On the third billot Mr. Jno. I. Blackburn ul ",uwu r " "om...u . uu,uie .or bounty Auditor. n .: t r t, 4 1- .1.- v" -wn m u ft,T' -' . voation confirmed the nominations by nci-lama 1 1 Eckley was then called up, and deliv- s.en. tcmey was men canea up, ana oeur- Gen fivd some very appropriate an 1 spicy remarks; , . . allowing up the dem igoguism oltliepirty in pawer in m itt.-rs of retrenchment. Ao. On motion of Van Brown. iW. there was a iUeo appointed to confer with a similar i0"" frcn wawtj, to nominate candidate ifor Senator and Board of Koualization to meet at the time and placo that tin Committees may her-after IM unon mr. alter BgTwa upon. Ihe following Committee was appointed by ' Chair: Van Drown, Leonard Harsh, Win. Mills, Urobert McC.irty, and Joseph Caskey. Oil motion, of Van Brown the Conven'ion 8elL"c,,,d Wwlf perons as Whig Cen- i ommittee for the coming ye ai : SAMUEL STERLING, J H TRIPP, 0 F. KHN'I.DV, R CROSIER, ALLEN GREEN. . I On mo'ion th prasaaaiiags of tha Coomlioo , i was ordered to be signed by th-. Officers, and by published in th , puniisiieii in tin; '-I'rer rreis. Fm Prri." On motion the Couven.ion ibm. alj.unied . RICHARD SHAW, President. Ai.i.kn Giiken, Sie'y. Lkmukl IIui.k, Ass'lSec'y, lluforciiir; ilic liiek l.sin.o. linltiiii'i lit Illinois, has her Blaok Lau. i, proper name, we ihink.-thoiigh they an t ' I nf ii ii it mi A I in r!n 11 AliAriuiic.i1 aiim . . . a aa .a . r. 1 s im cons in uuitn di inai main ro iuei mm any ! person who may 1 mploy, or otherwise eneour- I" ml Mgro or mulatto coming into the ft ten, nor more tlmn live hundred dollars. Un- der this clause a case has arisen which not on- y excites u great d nl of interest, but cms. the constitution in this particular to be rxeei - ' hroujrbotit. the Slate. It appears Ihat Hi Her. UnKta W, Ktitter, one ot the oldest frt- siding Elders of ihe Uethodiat Church, nnd n man who stands spotless before the world lately employed a colon d pr- iuher from Louisville to I nreach lo his colored hreihren in Madison. Tll's a clear violation of the conslitution ! that there is no danger that your swor Is Md Uws fIndimnaUi. aaid the Rev. Elder have flached 'twizt tha head and ahouldera of Ljjj ,)e rtUhe t tcrm of lu Je(Tr-Icrery Whig in the State is saf - hat all oppo - L Circuit Court nndbroiight tefoiea jury ofjsition to "Democracy" lies bleeding at your I his cou dry to nnswei for lliis violation of law. , feet. And, while you are nt it. correct the This will place the Sttanic character of that arlicle of the fundamental law in n clear light ,, . . , , 1 But wi a jury of twelve men sworn lo support accord n" to the Law nn l'videnc , bri o- in a TtrdlOt affaina n r- 1st the venerable Presiding Rl lor Of ihe Methodist Church or will its members I !.. tl 1 1. ... - ulfl .1 T tot W.. 1 ... in Hi ra li l I Il'ih' iiw . e na, e not. . . . .s . . . .. 'a ilainht. n l.a Ihi ir i cciuon Therfl ore no' ,n , llis w i ! who conld be induced to bring in a verdict of! j "guilty," in such a case. Chicago Tribune. The "irnlu-d Oemocrary." The Albany Awns, exclaims wuh ere at for - I I. ft. I . .a!! a! ; ..'ii , I. I. .at. ' n.-av ; At. l li" u J I. iiiv in nun I't.iv .''.. ii, .. State to be disgraced by such nssocialions ?- Was there ever a more disreputable coalilion ' where than that known as "the united de- mocracy of New . ork ?' icrucy oi .sew i, . I Here promuuy never ivns ; ami wa may i .i . . i i.. l. .:.l ..f il,.. .1 I,. n..m,.ru..,. ..f N.a ir Mllll VII ni. v nns - vnm-in i vi ill n York" would apply with equal Iru'.h and n )W EJ. ,!,. erlo ihat larSOT and more "ditrtDUltblt toa ilinn" ivl.ii'h lint Siiinin,r St iviiniioiv..,! thai whole Republic, aud resulted in the elevation of Pin.tcic. L icofticnism is eerta'nly in a b id way. The "f""fi wi" "'itniiS iU de,uoli,ion Urv- m"- Ri;r. A. M. Lorrian, editor of lhe Western Pilot, says, in an article entitled. "Steamboats TemptrMOO," that the worst disasters "t ,skon P,,lc!of '"le .tara, on the seas. , fc , rf , )(,(. . . . ' . . ,u. ; , . l ,.i ,.. r ,1 . tot immoderate use of intoxicating spints -. ..... . . r Three steamers on LakeEri, the Arrow, the Bat Citv. and the. Mav Q icen are J ; as boats without bars. Thev run between De- Iriot and pointson the southern shore of Lake r.ne. Wants to Know The Philadelphia Ledg er has some queer advertisements at times. Here is one which we clip from its columns, and insert wi hoiil charge: Cast .in use Aovoimmemie The D nioc- ricv woiil 1 like to hn.iw Iioit m mv e,lii.ir in ' he S lie ,pp,itcl or retained by Col 'ec or Brown, who Ii is reivlei no service at t he Ciisiotn House, bti wh are eondlj.td neces--iry in re-nonii.ia'i n nf 0 iv. B ,;: r. L-- :he li 0; of the Pe n-vl mi in .n--r Mast Dm 'Cbats Beware of Counterfeits. Plenty of them. The Murder in i m alii o. One of the nax' bloo 1 v affray which ever x curred in our country, was enscied in Car lisle nn W. dnesd iy afternoon I ,t. resulting j ihe death of one person and wounding of an other, it i f-red, mortally. The facts, as we have gather, d them from person who witness ed ihe murder, and from the testimony at the Coroner's 'mpiest, are substantially as fol low: Two voung nv n. Ch-n l - A B irbcr, aged iK wd Benjamin V. L-avel!. a,'ed If, hil i 'i nr .. J . . , . f th a mm by the n:ime ol Abr.im I ulmer. , . . - . , . . tved in the house farmer i i .1 l ii . .. . r i . r Btrton, Ksq. in Cariisw. r be voung re I who 1 . A. 8 mcn asserted ihat Fulinerhid thrown stones : ome voung ladies who were passing hi . house, which r ulmer did not deny, but de. l ir i j . i i , n eu iu- w oui t -.'in no . ij. i Mill w i w i i in - 1 1 . . . n. . ... . . left the field, and went to Charles Wack'a I hiac. where they were employed in hrvest - . i:.i,l i. i j "'IT. prom en eu i n SJ'in, wimii iney 10 eieo, " . ' - i 1 mil r.-Tiirnl (, rli.. fi. ,1 tn tp eiilm.r m-.itt ut - .. ..... .... . w()rk i.ove ctrrie.l a nl . an 1 linger a shot ! - .... , .... ... ... ... su!t hit wire. Ac Word, ran hi rh 1 e ween j aeD:s PRU"lt.? "PVn 1 , C0"T- n u,t' the parties, and b'nnlly Fuln,erh die d ' ran,e u ofIc. b" d'; Mr .. c i.i- -,u w a 3Li 1 more for the country. II Mr. Pierce doe not ra to nght him with boaie knives, lhis,. ... ... , . , . , I j, M wqM do aa well it will not be for the want of a right him with rifle.. This wa. about hilf- B"? .' "n'.P'P' ... , . , ; JL .J- oVlock P. M. B.irber and L,vell then I .llm ,s.lhs. P".'W"M condl"UD "m i ii ey louiiii runner anii ins wna , ... . . . " ,. u . . . tltrtr millions nl (Mari ' 1 in the held, near an old u .tenanted boam on; .... . F . . . . . , ... hill, an I af-er approving witbi. about!. to bo done will, thM.urplits, which r,k r.. ii ii.i. .i . u i is said to be increiiMiig under Pu-ree s ndiuvn - C0Bme l0 ,,avt. lh.lt fii;llt Fulmer turned to take ! n piichfork from his'wife's hand, when Lovell tired, ihu ball missing Fulmer nnd inuring a CPa5Si3 'S?& & KXJ .,, Mn!,1.,tM upon th , Fuliuer pur' t.d lhl,m wilh tlt. pjl(.nf0rk severnl ikU, wb n j Lovell. having received the loaded shot gun 1 fmm ika kail mi II. .k. .!.. 1 .1...? ... . . , . . '""' rougn the body, and ho ran a few steps and Ml. and instantly ixpired. The charge entered the right breast nnd p issed through the superior lobe of ihe right breast long, a portion lond.'- lohe ol 1 lie r.giit urease long, a port 1 ing in Ma heart, and a portion passim heart, and a portion paaaintl , h ,., ,1, throuL'b the riirht auricle of the heart lata the Lai j " . i 1. .V .. , ! ur. rv.oeic, oi in neini, was summoned 10 in- t , her. The bill entered in the lower part of the ear and passed through the mouth, At our latest advices she was not ex;)ected to re- tu, ',. ,1 I I . . " . ,,.,,.. . , . . I , ,. , , I - , , . ,. , , t , , , . , , , . . . ' . J , , ', , arrested about It n o'clock in the venuo' an 1 tr.- ken to Orbelin. They had a hearing hefoi -. l o ,n, , , l i f Baa Allen, nnd were sent to jail to await their J-tfe' C0UlUrJ'mcn V"' ' T!le SMmm has succeeded so well in con- vinc.ng km own party thai there I no Whig Mt truth in this resp ct c.n ofcjurw oilv bo party in U,e Stale, that the faiihiu! lollowersot known from the police returns. Winuher' ten locofoco.sm begin to think lllcre is no need of at- or ,wen;y 9nf9 lilkl.n oaton th(. spot y of lit. tending lo the election, as there is none lo op- consequence. BoUFthlng between those pose iheirti. ket: and now the veracious editors Raabr ia, I believe, nonrly correct. It ap ot that piper hn 1 it neeessary to labor ddiigent- Mart (a be certain that on so.n of these men IT W raiU'lf . Hl I .111 C I iIllJI UnnlUJll IIMJT ll'l iflbM tf . Instead of a daad body, those ",".,'s T ,1 i "tia" paitv, whwh aenoos.y indangun the success ;,r ikl.al.bi Wk.i n . . I ,.r, .1 .L. .,,... amnnw Hiaajjv must have come over ".he late Whig party '! Tl. . . .1 1 . 1 1. -. f L Lai. Jl of th ir ticket. ineaeao PW inn MU with renewed mm i.-ui, so wifin noes n appear inai lia very presenre strikes dismay lo the heirls of me yotin captains oi umo uoootoooi m. Are An those editors sure I hey are not frightened by a shadow? Can ... be that 'tis necessary to call out all the armies of L'cofocodom to war with tht mtnt of an expired org urz nion? Had hey not he'ter rely u.ion a few of .he Body huard tovanqtn.il tMt IIMlOBt repel tbis.tbe imperial e irriase ntssel atom the Roule- . A I . . .1 ' 1 ui u mi um. it cuiihh in iuccss;irv ukii the ' hard democracy" sho an I fa to the pulls' on the . ' hould leave iln ir labor hoppoaiuon. !'i i.n'lnm.,i 1. .! .....ll ..at.. - ..A B. ........ .,. ...... ,.o ... u swumaaav io nu- vise their IneiKls that there is no party to op ! post lb t ihe r presence at the po!N cannot poattwjf De needed heir attendance will only Ot a waste oi time, .aiiout all your I irces lo batik with n few broken fragments, and job what a very ludiccrous sight you wil pre- f sent now cowardly y oil will appear! Fie! I for shame! Go tell your men to stay at home monstrous rOUlOia. I na other da, when von said: "It is a significant and siriki iff fact, thati66 ""mon mixed brands 64, 314,37.; .i n i. i ii,. . v ... a Mflkn r, i i.i in , . .1. . , the If Iwj party stand pledged in advance a- m theso important respects, as in any Otntrt, which future experier.cn or reflection may i....- .-. ! prove to be desirable. llmt M too barefaced. ! If emi 4n tint annul il n.inr akuMlaa ttm ,. j w" wuv lv J "M ..'.. . ...... , . m ... . . licuv may suuer. ana Busme on OI l nil kin would faH u.ion your feelings like a "killing ' froU" upon a tender flower. IcntwMi Couri- Tim WoMMM ok tiu kiaixi Law. A cor reanondent of the Detroit Tribune, in writimr I ' ' r lll.t luai a. , Lln , n I III 1 to the piper, August tt, say I . - O ,.ii-f 1-1 a...... gllSl I .1,8.118. A ll i JllA MM I i-, . i i , , , I u . . , , i , i ' lion fro,,', one of iv friends, reaidin.r in H cL- -..-. ,. . . .... Hand, in the Slate of Maine, in which are some ' atatemi nts in reference to the celebrated Maine , Law which I thought would interest your rea- , deft. The writer ol tbt communication is Hat .. ... " . T'T" ll. ii. 1 1 ion. no is one oi lie nroniinein I . i . , , 1 J. oienryuian in nninw, anu una WHO un cue n .rt in ihe temperance movement. The fol- lowtegtl- extracts from his letter, and are j important to us, because they come from an ! importn i ye witness, on the spot wnere inc law ongi- n'ated, and where it is now in operation "In our Stale, lhe most desperate opposition is made by a set of political demagogues mot) of desperate fortunes snd irresponsible eh iraiters. Il.it thus fir we m lintain our on - litions. Oat ihing 1 would say to our western rl -'nils' coull we gun their ear. Uo not ere- Jit e statements of our p ditical papers, wlcl' PP0!,e 0,,r tSl",h certainly justly ascribed to sPLlalt WmIj. The most unf.ir nnd false state xicating spiiits. menls nre maHe lo prejudice the public mind. I OM mni " lllt' P majority of the ' voters in Maine are 111 the favor of lhe law" "Tell your friends another fact. Our law is most popular where it is the mist strictly enforced.. In this t ,pa the Imffe it entirely sup nl , (. We h iv." 11 p p!il;t ion of near ten I'mnand, an I ni t one p'nff shop in the jd Ci The forlh o:' July pissed as qu eily a? my 0 h er daf, I did no', let one in loxioawd m in dur ing the day " Il i; detfen n'. to be sure, in some ot'ie. idaecs. bat i'lsl n fir as lhe law is et. CU'ed does it. gain in public favor. I'" you wish to make yon r la w n lavonw, wnn me p ,m force i' . give a pracic d exhibition ol in a ii. Cirne mm imm tH t'' i -limini.b no :.; will :.,.n y jo Its ippi I X- l fall ..! for the can e of 'he mrMic ev 1 ne w.ll b, removed, un ! properly wdlsoon rspidl) accumulate." W hig jUaiN!airMii.M . i Mm Uovera aatrtti. The AdmiBiairatioti of Mr Mliuii. tNUN is you msy. waa otx of ihe W .uke Araeiican pwtma h ive aer eipt rieneed. It. turned out' well f r the people, if not lor the Whi" psrty. It conld not be (aid to be, st ielly. h partix :n administration. Mr. Fillmore eatend ed more lenity to Licofoco office holder than was our wont, yet upon U whoU it waa praisew ir hv. Header, don't TOU Ihink o yon should, if yon de ire lo give a faithful ofti- oer and Ihe party who elected him credit, f ,l ml , . , . I ror alter p-ivmg on the million of debt ,, ,, ' . . ., , incurred by the Mixn-an war enlai ed upon , . , ,, ' , , " , . . . , "I , lit in by tho former admiwistratiow, ho retired from the eie. u: ive ch.tir leaving some kmmt thn e BwTM of a surplus in the treasury. -'oj .No 1'resiJeiit, Ml utg snch a asssi amount of , , , , , , . - . mi, u r i nil t n rrtun rv iti 1""'" ""r j cou-ury in-aespite 1 .l.sadv.-intagis.-still we hear much said of whig ex I .ivagauc ofthefaith- ' ies-ni.-p-. 01 w i. . 1 :i ei s, eiwm n 111 s hum ' J i ' e i : . I tv. .. .. i ..ii . , .11. i . i ' i' ' i ' i . ' ' ' I . ' v :wn ill 1 T),p . - ,i ' TTi i .ocratic AJmimsiration leave behind it Urcnt-i 1.stl"!n- "Pp'-a" he the ' hone of conten- jout this the peoj;!e need not he the e"1, fCef d' 5 l.,ll?'i ildnm' t&Jr2S3H& 71 vMlwlbM A correspondeut of the Times gives the fol lowing version of an attempt to assaisinate Na- p,D., , t:1Por and hinpress, accompanied by a X 'emorrs ot Mtir household, arr.ved at the )er ! ' m '1 10 w tll l n es.-ort. As t';e pnj "ns mounting the stairs on . . . . l-:"P" r box. a man mean 1; oiu, nimcrieupifi ,, -re'ir wit 1 extra- ly emu, who crieu !((.? f amjjireur ordinary energy, was observed by the tenens t'le on duy to prjs forw irj through the rmWl n 1 m ,rn l m . .. . -t i J apjiroach thu Kmperor's LoO ,uese olfi:, r. hid hokl of him, and, finding that ,e resisted, sli nk him violently by the throat. ?Pon-"her a pistol r,, , i . - or a P"niaru-Iell trom his clothes. The pcr- .nnai.L;n ik. r ,L. n .. """'a""' liMWiWi nun a ra- -niporc pi I perception of ill consequences that might en -u a Irom announcing a plot to the public, raised ihe cry of "an volesr!" and on this cry several persons around the supposed assassin were arrested. Thi ivimh.Tis va iunJe lt nnd llaa .v- duggon Hiil pisioU vtn fonn.l. The Bmpe a , - I .1 .1..!. t l ror'and Empress, proceeded i at out the play, the greater to theii box and pari of the nudi- ...... o .FT1 inco liavm r no idea ol what bad taken Dlace. iviiite Hie p-Ttorm inces were ''omr on the Dri soners were interrn M-.C-1. an Ttheir at itemenN ' . . aadiliip.p-nfo.nl apmtlua led to thirty or fortv non Rrrwtl j., tL. - l ,i ing. It waa thought prudent thst thi Em?.- rr .honld not la k. il..r tin n. -i.i: . h ld k.ft. S!l jrLi . bef t.. M of ,,, . H n le retired to the ante-room a Ij eVn 'in ' Irs h,,v when, ho w ait I till tk. h.. ... Si... itmn t mi1itr ...t u. h r. u in erval, and' at h ilf ri t-t twelve at lht .1 T" v ,, lu ,. .m , ,.,,. r,,,. pi.,, i . , m)t the least suspicion existing among tho "" luesuay 01 crowd wliuh, even at that lite hour, were tit Mr whom there IS 110 , nilt of doors in front, of Toi-mni . -ml L. .,.,f,,s .1,,.. .1,,. Vrrnr ;,.,! 1 I .. assassination. , j , Hlarkcts CLEVELAND MARKETS: Wiikit M irket not as firm, while uh atof- 1 ,m'" 'reeiy in store and to arrive tit f I , I o. ! wlL',0t , Om load white on die market l 1-1S nd not sold at Uo'elock; 18JJ " nlixed 1'00; 15 )0 Northern at 81,- u5- nn'' su,e T"u9 afternoon at Bl, 15 from , 8U"' wl'ite- f reau innuiii iauciuiap .-t,uji,ui .,- ! ra IK HI ,x J 9o,mao,0J. I """p" Bw,u ""rv1 Pork Market steady; mess $15(aI5,5J, Lard In demand; No. I prime 10llc. Ham- Prime sugar cured 1 1 (o 1 2. Salt Fine from vessal 8l,35(rt'..,37; d ck 11,44. NEW YORK MARKETS. Nr.w V r k . Auust 5 Flour 10.5J0 bbls ' .m i ..-.. . m - ' m. at T5 '. ('' 8 ?' Pnei'8 vanced; South- ,.1-n S . 'iflt I. iiillni. SJ , ,.Q QC lnn 1 1 .. ..,i..v., . ..I, uoi o MM..... . .11 an ......... D .l. a Wheat, western n! Il,3i, active, .ales 4,53(a b,,s!u li Lorn' n,lxcd nt ,7 3"ellow 79. llall.- d nt 77, yellow " bb , Ohio t It' f P d , ' P ... 0 " ' "J"Jj j ftJE."5El bs rr e Is Mes s beef tA L, M al, , "JTTT n. idvar.c d at Ol), active. Whisker. f 12.87. Steady. Laid, sales i() hhls at 101. . . . 8 firm. Coffee, aalea 600 -lira Hit at fU(a9: ,. ol S',r' f?'Y? JW T . , , V' A?'dX Molaaes, talca 31H) bbl. Or L'a,ls " k Java 10. Sugar, sales 000 boxes Muscovado j PITT8DL RGH MARKET. : Okkick Pirrsuvatiii Gazette Aug. 9. j Flour The amouni inspected yesterday ! was about 700 bbls,, of which 30J went in store. i Hales from siore of GOO bbls. old stock, of which :i5J bbls extra went at 8I.G0, 200 do. dj nt 94,74 and 6J do. do. at 4 62 4,75, also 200 bbls sour at $3,6.t;75. Sales on the wharf of 100 bbls. s .f. and extra at $4 404.60 : at lhe Alleghany depot 100 bbls. supc fine at $4,40 ; and from wagon and on wharf 40 bbls, s f. at . 4,40 and 15 and 23 do. at sane ; C8 do. s. fat 84,35 ; 34 and 27 do. extra, fresh ground at 54,68 : and 13 do. do. gajerline at Oats. S dea 1 f 300 bus. in lots at 40; ami 300 do. at 38. which is about the ruling rate, AlHU, In pretty good demand ; sides of 15) bx. ordinary at 7 and 100 lo. prime at7 Hat. Sales :,t i-cales of 10 le-.ds at to .12 i r Ion. Co i tLK In moderate demand; a sale of 45 bags to the trade at lOJt four mos. Si oar. Salea steady but not very large : na lot of 10 bhda yesterday w is disposed of 5 d 'a vl 12 .t 5(3 5. Pc&TiiKM Small sales at retail at 45, and o he ir.ele at 42 ; stick lo. This day ii hot. So says our devil.