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I ALL) l.rruiliei HK4 18. V1I6 STITB N IMTIOXS. H.OB, iQ ERE, . R ELS jq tui t covmso. Iliac I. :. o. Of A AW ran tiiea'i rib or statb, Rtirf InfSmii Of ro 6fnTvnr or tatb. Sf I sou II. laa Yrhr, roa smaiix Sr, rra.klla T. r.ackn, Of fkmkm. roa ATTOBNI.T GKNEBAL. Willi. i II. fclbson, Of SC9. MA BOARD 01 ri BLIC W tt, Jobs Vt4ile, O- CbaJ to WHIG COUNTY TICKET. RKrnrrNTT!vi:, E. R E'KLEV, Cntre. A'.'Mtor. J.I ILACKBUKN, Brown. Trt at a, JOHN MOODY, Centre, SHE IFF, JOHN H. M HI K RAFT, Orange. F'r Ouwm i 'imaiw JAS. W. McL.M't'HLlN. Foi IFtR-IARV DlRF.CToR. WILLIAM N 1 VIN. Union. The I.oc;m'o 'on vein mn. flood ra ider were you in the court house n Mord.vl .st at the titthlg of the locoloco vu aw - . . . T. ... , ,,. ,:.d..m rA.iu.nh, n ' Tr von wiir 1. hi. vou missed . - .ai un,i .ma .iiuimi b iiriiiitm i hi' sir n r" it .ults. mm ome . . 0 - " I..-. ,i,., .th,,t. 1... L.r t-mi u 1 nrw-r have an on- poi.unity of seeing niin At one o'clock the Deletle nssrml.l d and organized themselves intoa f1liir.f.V C. in... ii n AH. . the ore- liminary bu im m, Hw) t .mdidat. s for lhe differ- tnt otli. es were mwwit Mrd the balloting aoon began, itcrjtwkg paned off aw mm) as snut meggrat. r. ntll lb c adidwtM for Au- j: .aU. l. ltn .il for. nd then came 1.1. '-I nna M' ,f,5 f .V. . ., of viar .'-lhe time to "try brave us, - - - " wen'h souls. " Tim e candidate, wave hi "h aWU for Auditor Ramsey, Li '. II and Me Lain. On tin Irat 1. ulot R iW received 7 townships Liltell 5, mi l HcUin 2 -eight be- ingn.'ce.j iryf.irao'.iii.:.!. kUl b illot came, and it was evident lliat lOMetbiBI ' must be j:j d il. ,,. . I h , h- ' feau-J ; mi.! nrroiJ.il -I) wIm Brown imftilUp whs call. .1 Mr. Paw alar, uf a delay ate, squeal, ed ut H mi ey wlii reup ai one uf the Vile gotrt, as was a Ask gala, -ml ti his BTBaBBt to the chair in tn uuver 1 to be nt.lakva. He aaid that li e ' LVWgWtei In ni 11 n had been instiii' t. d m IB 'or Lit'. II as Ion.; as there wire any hopes of him receiving the Domination, mi V if tl.. y mint give Lit tell up. to go foi feLain." Mr J'ae.ltr .aid Itamsey wli iie Hruwn - 'li.il If he got the lOBilpBlinn hn would get the yole ot Hroan be would gel a m-joriti ! Mr U. I. gate struck hi. fjt: t.'.,elhi r Mini said lie tie d d if he (Ram-, y) could get hit A iioiher g. n- tloman, lio was not it U I j ate, said that Pael. i w a not voting Ui( M iiiiniints of lirown tp. ; that she was (attracted to go for Lit tell, ' tlld the Convention decided to lake the vole for Mr. Litti ll- 'l i e bbtPdn of lhe baltotting wm con'tur'.' ii wi i i . .i i iiii my ; inm the i hair having apt .'ii'. 1 a in in . ' 1 1 i io draft resolu tions, the committee retired, nrd w hile out lhe balance of the Dele go BI, (about six.) and twice il.at man) Wlogs and out'tide locos, were chnned by the bttrain ( ekn)w n f R J. At kinson, 1 so , lhe ezpec taut cundidaia for re election to tli Senate of Ohio. Ah, reader, ihcta in where, you mis-ed it. That apceeb! El would halt BMte thaa paid any Democrat or Whig to spent a shilling to have hi nrd thai .pel eh ! Mr. A. stalled oil' by proclaiming lliat the "Whig patty is !t ml." That (he formality of a State CoDMUtion had be. n gone throlgfa by the Whigt that no Whig irwew wbeabef the ticket put in nuinin iiion hy ihat famalih would be voted lor in xi Kail or noi. liui no tice, before he had el"' i d his remarks, m apeak ing of the lust legisl. uie and its t xlravagan ees, he said lhe amdnltl? rf the Whigprnrl for Auditor of Suite, mis a Member wf ihe last It ji.lHtiire, mid thl ; uu are asked lo vote fur tint man, by Whig, in preference to the nom inees of the Democratic ( unvention. Is noi this a coiilindielion ? In ihe next pl.ee, Mr. A. taid ' The.DW. ity of a County Con . miuu of the Whig of Carroll co. hud been had a mere formality that there was no life nor ubtance iu it " 4c he. If the number, or the interest tnk. n in ihe Whig Convention amount I only to fmmrilily. will.ome young America Looofoeo be so kind a to reilu e the Locofoco Convention imch lo iu fractional purl, and tell us what kind ol ality it was made of. Foi the h. n. fii of those who may not see bit, rtduction of VULGAR frart'wr.t, we will just .late thai a. we vi. wed th : Locofoco Convention we thought it could not bt tvalitj bui on the oilier hand it wa;. downright riifcWVy. The Resolutions we did not hear but presume they are ba'ed on the "pure and undefiled" principles of the Unt. rnlii 1 D. m. eracy. Theii' k. imi in fn d iu I'M.iher par . lai i ( li I n i I ( 1 1 d r ii lave occ.s,. n m .i. al t n- iRer " 'ih you can find I Ciileliad, PlU s fn!l ibwrifh rt por Wfd Oernlltfn Maxk-na. fuiti'irk, lead. K liilKl.T. I.l.lior, -orree-li. In our hury Ut week in gei'iag up our pa per we omitted some thing which should have la the reported proceeding of the Wing Oonri niion, we neglected to report Mr. 8aml. Smipli a Vice I'd -i ! i.' of ihe Oonveniiun We also left the name of Mr Joaa W""1' i cbait. candidate ijt Miertn. out ol tne ucaet W will have all right thia week. To be held in this county, on Wedne.day and Thursday. October 19.h and 20ih, will be rather a grand afiir. On the the 6rt pRge of this weeks paper you will find the premium list "enlarged nnl improved, which will now vie with almost any in the Slate. The Society have leased a beautiful piece mM J (.., lk.tr f.lr nark an A mi hr it nil ; HI glUUI'U IU1 U"n , - ...... in fine order before the time for the ran to commence. The Premiums offered by the Carroll Society are larger than a great many other counties in j the State. The premiums loLady Equestrians re seconJ the Columbiana premiums beat law usaliulr. The new arrangements we are fure will meet t tie entire approbation of every membi r of the society, and should induce ev ery man in the county, who is not already a member, to become one before the next Annu al F-ir. r, 1.. . . .ii. nr 111., o; iT.l t m-mr.rr in wlni-h tki hir is to be gotten np and conducted, .he people Of the county are indebted to Capt. Geo. F Kenedy, our enterprising townsman. Mr Ken- edy has been very industriously engaged, and r - - - , still is, in doing ev-ryihing that can be done, for lhe benefit of the Society. "Why is not lhe "Civil Code' Crrn1 "nl7 Newspnpers ?" This is a ques- lion we have been fr. qiuntly aked, and have r .1.. I ,,tv..i. i ii V..: iruuriiuy nMirn u . J tin r do we, unless the locofoco office holders, ( who have pow r to publish it and 1 1 all other may deem of Kiifficent .merest to l5e P-"P' nf awwwtf, to guarantee them in do- ) haye concluded that this, or any other ' ot the last legislature, is not worthy of the P"1 of the people of Cairoll -ounty WH1 trtwCU RalttBV, Editor M,Keak, hn,l l'rolm.e Judge Morrison be kind enough lu furnish u with lhe laws of Ohio, or state the reason why they are not published We ' 1 " r '" "'"r " ,"'r,"" ' "uu'i Ju 1 "s ,1.1 .1... I., .f 1 . . i ' , much right to know what was "done lorthini' ,ho,4,- "f 00 ""J Slate Ju"" oH parlies concerned, demands an explanation of neglect to perform duties de- volving upon puMie offi.-. r. Come, genile- aww, iei me peopi. mar seme reason lor in IlKIl, let Hie pi opl e .i i i Bi i .i IP iht p. ople of ihe comity. W ' li I.orofoeo ' onveii Ion Whieli as te Bah led in tin emu hoiis. on Mon day last was one of lhe lichrst affair, "of the season " The Convi niion put in nomination the fol lowing debet! For R' ires,.nt itive. J icob Clip; Sheriff, Jo seph CI. ho: Treasury, Qow Y Haaipaon; An dilor, A- S Ramsey, Esq ; Commissioner. M .'l ew Crawford; Conmy I . fi.n irj Director. Isaac Cuinirnie. W We think it advisable for some Whig lodn.wi.pa m riis of reaolu'i.ina. nnd have i i i . .i r r i .... hem at ached to he nroceerlinrrs nfih Win.. . . ' "... . , a (onientmn. forilK-eilifi.a.oiio! Hon R. J. A I. kin-on hs it Mimed in worry hini n gri a. deal in his speech to the Democratic C mvv in ion, on last, M. nday. lo ihiuk a Whig Conven'io n should adjourn a nhout passing lesoluiion.. Wh. n ihe Major belonged to the Whig parly. th ) didn't do so. .. . . IT KIT ftlr j.Hin tlibMaa, of this county, was k;,'ed one day 1 si week, a short (iisinnce fro, U e Harlem Sprnge, Rle oV.th aioav sed hy his horses running away wiihthe wag on to Inch ihey were attached. Mr. R. was throw ou ind his neck dilocii'ed. I' i u mect hsai i 1 1 fate that, Mr Paesler. of Drown tp., is a RaaaaM num. ... , . ill II UIU I . I T II 1 U I, -.a . . ...... . t LE. ... . ., , ,, ,, , m ,n. ItreM in the M trietu. Ryuhliain. He howev- er, continues editor. i tTlkw a A A H tut, Ksq editor of ihe Morgan Herald has been nominated for Pro. biUe .Iu ge by the U hl of M ,r- H., 1 or rro- He, of course, will he elt eied. .... m T There waa the fmyitk" man from Fox 'ownsiop, , OPOfr (,,., havehad hn opportunity of seeing since D nit we ' Circus in tlT Dr Boegtl h.isjusi received a sUnnlv of Ay. r' Cherry Pi cloral, one of the most pop ular pulmonary proprietory medicine.o this or any other age. This we know to be a fuel. A We acknowledge the receipt of valuable puhhc documents, iron, Hon B. F. Wadb, U. S.S for which we leturn our th inks. 1-TWe have received a oop7ofthe "Sttam rOmtynim.:tMMmi at .Nicramento City. Ti. a nicely prmted and well filled journal. Abchbolo i. iang mf a Wf U tun in me ury-uoous line. St. t p in and examine his excellent stock. KW ur people re .11 pleased over the line refresing ahowera." wh ch have sorecent- y visited us Xirw.. , , ., Diwemif old f,i.nd xrth .1 m- nominatkm rr eh rk. - ho le rlvbted. he m aWCi """ .in lice illi S.lll ,r VI uUM ..ke to get a few Subscribe. - u a . r. "s durin. oourt week. tW That there my be no misunderstand- ing. ibaiwe will Mute the following iu not band- d to u uu il ('aed. the 15 h inn. "or Me Frt Prttt Pursuant to previous annoanceineni a meet. inir of the eiiiien. of Leeburi(h. wiihout dis- linciion of piny wasconven.-d ia th. Methodist K Charrh. n rnday emrw lb. ?9ih July. 1853 fir the purpose of footing a Temper ance AlliiBce. Axthobt Ccmmirc. was called . . Ik. n if 1 1 .... f. in Ad " IT I Secretary The meeting w then addressed br Rev J. H- Rodgers ar't-r which, on motion, the follow ing resolutions and preamble was d"ptea. Wheras the oresett crisis in the Temperance cause demand the energetic an active co oper ationof every friend of reform, and wberaathe Maint La is the grand an.! ttlcient agent for the overthrow of the traffic in intoxicating drink fn m hicb flow streams of intemperance pro ducing poverty, wretchedness and crime, snd whereaswe esteem the success of the trm- persnce rnterprise parnmouat to every other ; Therefor-, Resolved, That we will not cease our efforts, mornUy n(' politically, until we secure the enactment of the Maine Law in 0- hio. Resolved That while we disclaim any wih to originate a political party we unhesitatingly UILI1I ' 11. 1 ,.111 UV, 1 ' . . lui v ,11 imi i. .1 . . a 1 . . v. . 1 1 1 .1 1 w .. will Mn a(a frt an., n : I 1 I . I .1 for office who is not a tenip. rmce man. nor f,r any canu.oiue or oena.or or aepre ont.nve .. . . e n . - " -7 " "I'J "J ,MV sr. : "lnt"c ponncai parties of Canoll County lo nominate no candidate for any office, who is not a temperance man. Moved and canied that the Sicrttary fur published in nish a copy of the above re lotwtiawa for publi- cation in the news papers of the County Ad- journed lo Tueda; evening next, i n Ivvu Davva o n. it it - i i.i. pnj Leesburgh July 30. 1863. IW Die followmi; eoinplimentary notice of ( u i irt t'r. v t: Lit k i iu i t" i in i rn 'Mi i trtr ..:ii ...i... r. . l n p im lloii If any energeiic yo.inir man is seeking a lo- c at ion for mere .mile business, we would re- ri mil imi i i in inwu w i ii i irrn on ii ..t..,. l .: ... .i . . ii. . m iliebestfieldforenurpri.se. within our knowl- ... , i, uhi 3 dire, ('..million s the rouniv seat .of (lar.oll which is one ol the iicmi grain growng coun - - j - - ties in the state Until recently , the farmers of Carroll county were okllavd to r" " "w -s ...... .-...... . i. produce out to .he Ohio river, or canal, be- tW(vn vhioh, the county is situate.' about mid way. But a new era has op.-ned up. The construction of lhe C ti P road hron.rlit ... . J t. . VT 111 -i J ill. . 1 1 . . . new 1 niianemnia, reoueeii ine uroxiniuv 10 ..... . I" TV tcnmiles. Whereupon, ihe cili.-nsof Carrol .I..IL. J . . . L i i . i . .. t,a Ulu;u ,,, , , . 1 1 . t . . i i da Mills which has been done, and , le road is 1 I I Ml' 1IT. l running order. Thisinrovem. n. pl.cesCarroll.oi, in daily communication will, Cleveland nd Pittsburgh, and has made it the head of market for th'e. l. r.t v ... fers-op and tliirriton. Il can command ihe custom Hnd products of fully 1400 farmers, lhe commission on ihe business (,f all the smal lei villages, for considerable distance. Lots for building nurposca, nre cheap, nnd easily ntlainable. The people are anxious that stran gers may come and se'tl among iheni No t wi fn I , i . ,i 1 1,1. , , I.. ll. i. f(lllnt Tl r:(lj(in hitf,ljr K,)ublinls si,.k. n ss i kearwly known, living is chenp an 1 n bundant, and ihe prospect for succeeding well, qui'e flailer'ng All that we have said of ihe r" M a grtod Joeatioa for meich mts. is e- qiMllv applicable to m. chanics. A ylance at 1 .. .. n i,ooivu hi Uoll,in s n, w ''' ft"''P. will show its advan- lageous position for business, since ih com pletion of ihe railroad, "P 'ke following from the AmuH- er C'itifr' iin, p blished at Sacramento Oily A Novel Biros Nkst A bachelor who is .oh- lord and master of a shnmy on the Levee, jusl Hl)ov' 'lie city, had left his cont batifrinii in one coiner for s. v. nl weeks, Putting it, on 'he other day, he walked into town bavin" occasion to use hi i pocke' handkerchief hi n ade an effort to pull ii out of his poeket. bu (li. w lorn a tnra next inhiihiied by n half OobvI young and several unhatchetl eggs. TENNESSEE ELECTION. Nashville August 9. -Johnson, Democrat, for Governor, gains I 100 in thirt.iVi ties. His idrction is nnneadail hv .m..n . IIII .11, iirny. j ne VV hies have a no. or m in il,.. le gtshiture an.l probablv a Con"ies-inan. KRNTITPITV VI bivtAu - v v b a HaVav I 1-oi'ii.KatB, Au.,us 9. Five Demooiatstind fl if, 10 Owigrwa from Ke .7 ' . "HV ' "S JV " .....l-.- ti... nrui the Leifielatura. ALABAMA RLE. TION. IfOMLl, August, 9. Ilia now ascertained that ihe following g. ntlt men have been cer lainlyelected to Congress First District. Mr. Philips Democrat ; second. Mr. Abercrombie. Independent ; third Mr Harris Democrat sev enth Mr Dowel, Democrat. The Legislature will have a large Democratic majority. Thi wmmnmj Koom. The B iltimore Sun says: "A few day. since a genteelly dressed man, an 1 having .11 the apperance of a gentleman walked into the bar room of one of our most repect able hotels, and perhapa by way of showing his con.equence, strutted about the room, asking questions, and interlanding high language with any amount o oaths especially annoying to the landlord and several other persons present. The landlord at last went to him. and quietly calling him aside lold him that the language he was using waa exceeding disagreeable in that place; fur thet that thure was a private room, particularly fitted up, which w.s called the 'swearing loom.' and if he would only go there, he might .wear to his heart's content. The atranger took the rebuke kindly, and no more swearing was heard from his lips at that time ' Gents of the same stripe are quite plenty a- ...... t "i""' t iii ci v, an.l .wearing r men s m hi h'v n.-ci-ssrr '..r ik-;. wodiMon Ahbev'a ftisil,'- mtmA u.. e, place in ihe absence of private rooms ftf -'biks, Jimmy, for iiai.se tine lanre mtm e r.iiJi.- If. body et .body coming through the 1 ' " Should a body kiu a boly. a ' . i w i ,. eiannvcry Sura t ' If a blv see a holy carrying off his S'loull nt aS.lv mKoU ably, if dull? Qtrminlitw Exprett. ' I boly If a body catch a b.dv si.-tlinir Hs old rye. Should'nt a bo.lv ki-h a body till he roJe him cry? C"iaaii Enquirer. If a body find a hodv in a body's b d. .IShould nt a bolv choke a hodv till a body's J dead? Cimdtn Ch City JWaV w 1 1. j J 1.;., 1 , 11 a nnny spv a oouy cre pini; ruuno in-" mi, Should nt a body treat a body to a load of hoi Waricict im. If. bodyech a body siealmg h,s Express. Should n a bo.lv .- a body and try to gel 1 w- . .fj t , redress .-HtUhurpk xpre,t. If a body wants r body Ins siore to patromie. Should'dt a body pay a body money to ndrer- use LyMur9h Exprttt. 1 If a body see a body impropriate his hat. Should nt a body fkk a body just for doing thai? fjronto WMnnnn. IF a body see a b ly temping on old bloat. Should i.t a bo-lv mm body through the Life Boat L'e Boat. If a body see a body nod in lime of prayer, And a hodv pinch a body, need body' swear? WcMtem Am 1 Uiler. , . . . . u If. body catch abo-ly knocking down his ShoiK' abodyseir.ea body by hi. wind- an 11 m- If a body ri r body where these ihyracs will 1 n.viu. He'll find the last ont in T,.E OtDOET. writ , by Oomm Zicvp. If a body mceia body when a bodv's tigh, jf bor)v kiss a body, need a body light. Carroll Free frets. . tmmSw? T". L" " . . . result. In this instance, however, as Mr. ea- CAUFORKIA.-The correspondent of the Saint avmg that he deeply regreilcd the c.rcum hnnn mvn d with a little better Louis Intelligencer, writes rs follows in re- Rances which brought about the unfortunate ui,crinm,Rtion than he seems to have been fa gard to any of the emigrants lo California: affair so soon aftrr h. arriving in tlu-i land of Tore(I willl his tresp upon propriety was " 1 here are by all odds more people here than . . . in any other country who have no plans, occupation, hopes or prospects, nd who, nevertheless indulge in delightful visions' that, some way or another, "something will' l,h"r,1y 'urn up." by which they are to become mi uonnirps. 1 uvea sexrev sav. uihi wh . . i . such people nothing ever does "turn up." and after iheir coals have become threadbare, and their hats "seedy." and their friends have got "nd lending them money, they return home. piiruinir I ,si Ii Uirni u ni a hiimmur iind liu- imr s. x . w .... . . ... . . . that thev hive been dicidedly ill-used, hecause a hundred or itvo inousanos uni not mys.e.i- uipiy ul' j m in i 1 1 1 1 1 j j iv. ! i3f w 1 1 iiuu1' iii l.. a ik.,;. L..D ih - igl.test eltorl upon their parts. contess .. 'a a 1 W A ' 'it nicn an n Kuuuum n iiiluui t"i; iiii ic i .i. ,t . i .1 i , - !nC' ,n h,'.mcl l,mt om'' 01 ln,: ":r-cs: I"00"1''" ,n l;n,,,-1 are now 'W1 D7 P"' tlcmenotnin hranctsco. who tour years ago, 'were far from being rich II is said that the annual iniiiimii AfStunoil Hianniin Kn il AMf hul n . I. .is.ini VV I I nwmi nm .nr. . ...... ... ...... . i .i :.. v.... i:..i.. :c i... ti...- ".". " " . ..... l ... . i. .i i . .1 latMa. MUtM h o, four mm. bv the rnnid r w of estate in line oeen mane in uie mso inree """'. cin riancisco. in IW-IW were purchased for 115 and ) which Rre now worth over 81(00. . On the chte business streets, in favorable locations, ground TnVh fr.,,m 1100 ,0 ,000.Ptfr front foot' " "-'K- W. W W . ..... .W ......... i ..Tr- iikivv nl I Ii.. imniriv. numU " gm ,ni ... i r. . I ir'jini i Girlb. the Richmond Enquirer of a recent date contains the following notice of uft .... . a V nginia girl, or, in its own anjfu ii'e. a iner- :...;?. i i r . . 5 n itoriou-lady of our acquaintance in Hanover county: t, , , "Atihe age of twenty aha WM a henry, ro- ... -. - -. . ii . H ... i j ci sy checked lass, lull ol hie anil tnd islry. 8. 0- ing a prospect of making a disconsolate bache- "Only a d.Ugbtcr the widow of Colonel lor as happy as herself, she acquired a piece of BHai of the victor at Rucna Vista, of nil his land, with the view of having 'a lacal habila- family who occupied the -'White House," is tion,' A house was the next thing Indl.pen- Left. What a startling change since the hour sihle to her laudable ambition. She shoulder- that saw the republican soldier home by til ed her axe, went to the woods, felled trees hurras of a grateful people from the field of with her own hands, chopped the logs for the hatile and peril, and to him of undying fame building, made shingles to cover it, nailed and honor, so the highest scat, f earthly now- L. 1 1 i.i , .... mi ii , . J . in. in oil, ami nnianeu me house dt laihinffanu plastering it herself, ter she 'met, she saw a a ahort time tkgreat and conoucrcd' adeserv ing and industrious young man residing in her neighborhood, They were married, and the young couple commenced their married life in the neat cottage, the fruit of the wife's indus- try anil tne worn oi her own hands. All this occurred about the year 1835. Time has ad- vanc-d, and she is now the happy mother of thirteen children, (the youngest live months old. ) and he the happy and prosperous hits- hand of a most industrious and estimable lady, What is it woman cannot accomp ish when with earnestness aha undertakes the tnsk?" V ... T T 11? i ii i iuL i3hik of i.imi WARUAXT3, n. we learn irom V ashinirton and acct- ...... . , o , m lentally.n lli.sc.ty, that important information lasiec mly been hud before the 1'resd. nt ouchinir a long-cajfcnucd series of frauds in ha touching iMuuea series ol Ir.uuls in conn. ition with tneaiRSue BJ I. mil warrants and bounties The PresideBt has handed the sub- jeot over to the .Secretary of the Interior, who is aero, iiiaaiso sant, partly in relerencc to pate in the ceremony --The Orel shovel full of the investigation of these fraHd.. carl h Wll!t litte(j by Mr. Edgingion, who in com- I he time over which these transactions have p;iny wit, Mr. N. Wells of Vir.ri rla, have pu . Itended exceeds eighteen months. The par- ohaeed and now own the lands over which the tes to the fran. 1 are. as we learn them, a dis- proposed road is to pass. tingiiised head of a bureau of Washington, a A large concourse of people had n d only as elcrkof his. (both in Government employ,) sembled from tne vicinity but from the ur-n-id a broker of not very extensive reputation ' rounding towns, of Steubenville, Wellsburgh, in this city. The parties at Washington are Holiday's Cove, Paris, fcc quite n number of . V I 4. .... , . . , 'V""""J '"""I,"" H'u foo.wuu otu indie, were present, and were hospitality enter of the transaction i. and others here have made tRjned Bt tj,e residence of Mr. Edgington. as much more. W e are not at liberty to give j Dr. Smith, a member of the Virginia Legis- ihe names of the parties accused this morning, nougn tney nave oeen mentioned to us. As he suspected persons are known, however, we 'rust they will be exposed and punished, not withstanding they have hitherto occupied a respectable position in society. f Xew York- Express August C. Whilst we feel a sine re anxiety that every offender against the laws shall be brought to summary justice, we yet trust that an imputa tion involving such an extensive fraud may prove unfounded. . An Apvbnti're. Yesterday afternoon, whilst officer Bowers was awaiting the arrival of the cars, he saw a small girl, named Eliza tl' ia. nice, ageu aoout twelve years, creep from un der one of the cars of the half-past six o'clock paaeeager-traiB, literally covered iih thick mud Upon inquiry, he learn I from the lit. tie adventurer th t she had been living in Washington with a relation, but ihai greaili flesirintr to see her father Patrick Rice k,. resides on Centre Market Spice. he de'ermin ed to come on under he cars faiffir. r kind ","'k hSrtolh and nf.erfix ng her dress, eonyey.d fi jb) Mr. Rioe'a re. jidtBce.awimoni Sua. EiiiTsniKTwosio tni lam PTaioTa A j Dj fiTwy- Terd ay afternonB siderblt - rxritement ivvail I about hr court , hou.' lor a snort lime, it OeMinitur known ina, ...... , . . , - . . . , a coiapuini n oi rteen i.nfd in ine p-mcw court "T. . - r v L...J ,1,. a 1 ' 1 1 n i ' ' 1 luiii iiii in-?. 1 v w rnu i i-u in i v .. . . I , W , . . prrliiinnari'-s 10 naun it 'tppeara. ;inm wiiat we c.n ascrta-n ofth.' matter, that at the fet- lival tfiven in Faneuil II ill. oBW. U .-day e- veninir. in honor of ihe binhdav of Thomas F M'-aghtr at which B mard S. Tri-aaor prri- drd r tri. h O'D .nohue. the recen lj-escaped (Heir o. , in m an 1 nrrwworn tory woi ii-i.c exile from V ia Dienmn's Lund. w:a pr. aeni. . vary their employ ownt itl.an occasional hunt some dimcal'y occurred between Tm.nor and afler little white b vs. The I hiladelphia cor O'Uonohue. and unpleasant words passed reapoodenl of th: N w . our Times says: i.. u.. .rw.k. n in urn,, not il.e ' Oui t sn I Ft t erest inif caa" came up in the - ' 'r - : most friendly or cmrlim.nt,ry of Treanor. W I m 111 1 1 Ul -illl' 1 r-. '' ... - ..w w. an.l intiniaieil lh-t lie was liar ana no genue- . J w P" " ' uT. ."T - -, .' L. i..i-i 01 me mesL'ner KiniS.oi rtew 101s. 1 ne oeiui; - 0.Dijnohe wi,hV lhe w. hft wouM .r wnlen , of offellli , ,(IH ,e. ' 0iDonohue refused to make any n traction whatever, and thereupon at a late hour on Thursday evening. Treanor sent O Donolme a ekallenge to meet him the Mlowin ' day (yes- cerd.y)in niort.il combt at ihe Americm House. Manchester. New Hampshire, on 111 lhe field adjoining. O'Donohue acct pted the rhallane. and yesterday morning Treanor and h "friends" took sheir depsnure for M m- chester. The re.,1 f.iends of O'Dononue int. r- fered. and del lin-d him from preceeding to Jfc A -ompliint was lodged in the t? ftHin.1 TTT' tT ndJ challenge, nnd against O Donohue for nccen:- inr he s iine, and yesterday anernoon Ui-pn'y cheief Faton brought O'Dorol ue before the ... .nil I h.. i.iimnuin nm ri.ail in nm null he ww o.dered -o recognize in 2 000 for his .ppearance on Friday next for ex imination Mr. rwVMM Uononue 01 M nM new-paper, became h.s.urety and he lef.the court .n com pany w.-n severa. inmos rn v ou to awv ; . , ........ ... . r.vT i in noil' ihivl. ,i rrkifiMi Mocrt Vkrxon. A Mr. laM F. Sln pard, wton. in mwrai addressed to tna Hon ah- " r - - pose a plan Dy which Blount Vernon may tie i . l. i. i if . Tr . l . wwrwr.iwis umieaowMc iui- 'er as their common property. He estimates Zi.Z7 T r . I . it . T ' .'" Orti'ii in Ml m I ill.rt'll till, till llif.'l, IU1 ill nil . 1 r . . ' "a jiv n..s nf.nl tn. I i. .V II i f n,,,i II ... t - . . . '....,(M)n Tlil(i 0 001 von. ii. of $3d.J.000 Rum k.11 I I . r I , III I. til 111. .11 f ... BuAh I.i rTTZITTrTTf 1!7L?Z7. T r Kr.ijl.'n nn President and Vice President of the " , ,r ' '.'': ": " . united .T "' , ;L , ik S t r Ir"-"J7"J mwwi ui ec.h Suu'- Mossrs. Kverett and Lawrence In k' rnni'iir in i .. ...... i . 1K..1 l....ni v w.a ,,. 1 . 1. I 'I'l Vll.. 1. itlVJUIlb f I 1111' I n, ii-fiu ri. ... . 1 . ... 1 . II... , .... 1 m uir .iiiii inirii nni, tr. r. n k or . , , . liom Lolun o is. O ho. oronos. an, t i. . Hi'ur f ... . ..... ... . . .r, r, . ,1, , . vii in'- i turn" ir ti . ri v I rill's 1,1 n . i.i... I I i , I he one of two hundred thai will pledge ' . ; v ." ' e r , ;J V the lOi h of . "JJ. aod the P . as ih, p trtiea y , gr on. IT.L Z 'L .'".k .. , t . . . v....... ... 'uu iu nm i:vipie Ull'ie UliilCU' .Slates." A 1 baths is IU Late Gen Tatlor'.s Familt. ,r. v v . .. . .. , I he. New ork Mirror, in recording the l .,u r r. i i r.r i Vti b , death or Colonel BIl.., who fell, victim to he .. n t . . i i j . yellow fever at Paaeafou on t he fifth in'ant, e r i ii i i ',' thus feelingly a udes to the occunants of the i.. : I , I r i r 1 n sidenltal mansion a few brief vcars (i"o: er- men ait was uie; the nrou test anDirationa that oould fire a mortal heart were fulfill the loftiest ambition reposed satiticd under the shadow of a goal reached unsolicited, n fame pet feet without blemish, f Jen. Taylor and hi. wife, nnd Colonel Bliss then lived: their nre sent honored Hnd happy, their past florious. ana their tuiure bri.'ht. I hey an ill dead! One link of that loving and beloved circle of that family g.oupe, on which the eyes of the nation rested with delight. She is, indeed, widowed and orphaned millions will abare though they may not. lighten her grief." Breaking Ground on the Fan Handle - W " the ceremony of hreakim' irround for the construction of i he Steubenvi 11 uifl l'itisbiirirli n. iinmumiuui ii i- uu up. v, fiiiinnn leriMorv, the right of way for which has not been gran- ted by the Legislature of that Stite. came off n.?.,r i i w i .: .. five miles of Virginia territory. near the residence of Jesse E I 'ington, M,l,. . yy, w,,re not preRent, but und,rstand that ,,,,0 concourse of neonle assemhlnd m minir!. -s- S.KIW NIIM.ll UF IIIIIM I laturc, was present and edified the people with a very spirited and interesting speech. show the advantages of railroads, and selling forth the importance of the work just commenced by the liberality of the Virginia Legislature The Whole affair was pleasantly conducted, and after spending an agreeable afternoon, the meeting broke up. again assemble on the first appearance of the Iron horse. Sinfei rillc Herald Execution. Thomas Corwin, convicted at Baltimore of the murder of Captain Huixhin son, expiated his offence on the fallows in t.'.at , -. xi . 7:; ' 7 uJl! . ..... ...iu m iivi., iu me mercy oi ttOu. Three or four hundred persons only were ad m1u . - .L . .. , . ... iiiiueii io me jan yarn, wnere the e execution too ptace. but ihe scene wis beheld by ihou lands on the neighboring hills which overlook hat locality. A r.-vo!iing sperticle was wi; nessed wh. n the young man swung off. by th. ...pe breaking uj iwo places The'prisoner e. : rly ascendedeihe scaffold . si cn,1 'ime. an.1 Inally pawed in'o et.-miiy. PmUy Repuklic. Pay no attention t flying reports. It won't pay. ml ton cash capital Qt 3oJ.00O. 1 his r' . ' . .. , ,. , ,' , I he proposes should be raised by volnntarv bt'iUl1 fd",ou'te lf oddish and rough ; col icripiion among the people, and the Hiatal unhealthy ; leeih. mM preserved ; bear- Foumva ArutTica. A Coramissiona fJj J" ided that ninawav apprrBtlces were m ...-.iii....;..... ' - , l. ii ,..i i, rrn I., not ha .iu".ti-jw ". "" J..i;.....l . .w. a.. f lflM known as ...iim mc ri.. -7 - ihr Kiiu iiiva Blavn t.w an.l this dei'UMin ha --- - i . ; . 1,. - ' k.. f ik. tnt Finns o' . . iTr a- uie julaiw PMUdrlphia. These fellow, b ite e.-n o Un en raged in returning fugi- ' n-groes that lh-y have no appeiile for anr Ini-inea. Jn l,'e Kano. hi tver. has reversed - . . ' , .. . . . A ., t fVCMnm- -ir .ur anr. .1 SI... T K-;,... ik e .1111 nf the master from MdA-k. had sUJ ,n iki. Oi.l -kn ... hound, under - . . . the law, of Del.w.Fe. bv two Justice, of the pe. h,9 Uther not being a resident of that State. Judge Ksne d eided that the Act of Con- ?res-of 1830. appli.-d to fugitive apprentices. The ease wae then returned to the United S'ates Commission-r, who made out a ctrtifi- e.a e for the United Sates Marshall a.recun inm 10 ronrey Mir appicmiv-c vi iv i v. ...... Oiod Tasts At the banquet given dnrin; the late Pilgrim's celebration at Plymouth. Mass iclui ctts. toast to "South Carolina" was responded to by Mr. Yondon, of the Char les own Courier, and he improved the occasion1 to reg ill lii Ikrikftnalajn propor'.ion of whom were ami slavery men, with a diatribe in f0 nt ."-l urry, and eulogistic of the CompromiSV. mea-ures. Had the celebration been in South Carolina in le id of Massachusetts, and gotnii. Northern Yeadon had taken occasion to delii .1 ......1. !. .m,M li..n ,iein nml , The ..Cllivt!lry.. would not e),ur d u and thing HIl aili.l--IH.ri rwrm wiioi nu'iii pfc ro;y proSaWy have been the permitted lo pass without mlxcv.JUttsburrjn, i C 1 , ' Dr Ji n iuans. This spy of the King of win. raherg who was lately hung in effigy by lhc Germans of Cincinnati, has taken counsel irom nnidt ii' t' ;uiu ucu irum inn- uii.y. -rf ,js business is that of a spy upon he republican . . . . . the Germans of this country, the following dc- acription of him is given, that Gisrmans every- where may ue on their gnar.i againsunm . .-, a 11 1 1 J TL1 1 Rt-it turn c Lorn pi- litiM hitr.l v nr and It on a "V J . eyes, grey; nose oli'uso ; mouth, large; ing ntfec'cdly aristocretio ; shoulders, the right ,, , r" i r He may be radily rccogniaed by a certain irraoa with which he is wont to cut the air with . . Kaxv Fern on Si'!1'1ol-mistreses .--I wus never on an augn.t school committee, but if I a,-( at, 1 d make a xme quiihon tnnt no school to arm .should be inaugurated who had not v b.'en a married niothei. I don't believe in old maids; they know very well that they havn'i fnllilled il.e.ir fan.ilv deslinr. and I wouldn't have then, wreaking their biiimia vengenceon a f wom"ftn J 8 has taken m.trimov "the natural war." ' - - luiuu'i iip i.w viivrtii jirs rm save I.i . ,i i j .i i r. T..... Tl. V.. (1.1 n......... j '4". " "2 CZ' ? YT one hundred per cent, sice the beginine of the , ,i , i .A b bu mess season in the iirltcle. 1 here are not , . ., , i t . . .1 , j i only slight stock of last year s growth on hand, I ' , i . c 71 i says the C rc.; cHr, and a scarcity of the mnnu- r . , . i i. . .i Tit . i arm en arucie, mi', in inosi ijioomy accounts I , , f i n ,i 7 u reached us from nearly all lhe tobacco-growing sections in lhe country. Predicted upon the.o facts the slaple has steadily advanced, .nd price. Rppeur not yet to hare reached their maximum. . Legislative Pat. Comptroller Wright has refused to pay the members of the Legislature of New York their per diem allowance for the .J forty days of recess between the regular and 'o, .i. .. : i . i. .L auimui . i the extra session, although $20, 000 were ad ded to the appropriation bill for that purpose. Dai ft Republic. Gen. Lime has been elected Delegate to uhhivh niim viigun,uy i ,uuu uoijuruy uvcr n , t n L i cui : :. - air. BKinner. ittarkets. PITTSBURGH HARKET. PlTTSBtJBOH. Aug 13. Fi.ocn We could hear of no our on the wharf ; the sales from wagon reached 206 bbla in lots at 84,50 for superfine and 4.5G94,- i 'VP" ? fr ,ow- extrn. The market is hrm Rnd stocks Oats owing to short arrivals Oats are n gnin advancing ; sales on the wharf of 400 bu old at 45 which is a material advance. Hay. is firmer, and commands better rates sales at scnles of 16 loads at I013 per ton. Sr in the inquiry for Sugar by the bbl. and hhd, is good without any change in rate. ; sales of 10 hhd to city trade at 54; ; time and 6 do at 6 Cotter a sale to the trade of 200 bag. Rio at lOi- four mos. Bacon sales yerterday were limited to small lots to the retail trade ; we note aalea of 475 pss equal to fJ.OOOlhs. Shoulders and Hams, at 6$64 for shoulders, and 910 for hams and 4000 lbs. Shoulders at 6J ; Sugar cured Hams sales 2 tcs Cincinnati brands at 12. Drisd Beef the stock on hand is not heavy sales canvassed by the tierce at 101I, nnd plain at 010. Whxat tho arrivals by wagon are not very large ; sales could be made ai f)0 for Med iterranean, 95 for Red and 81,00 for White. CLEVELAND MARKET. CUVKIAKD, Aug 14. Wiieat We hear of no sales this morning White is in dctnand at $1,08 efloat. but none on the market. Mixed northern is desired and -.. .VI. i, jut .iuo.it. aio was maao re at .,00. Southern Med- would sell nt 98c afloat. A sale was mada iterranean we quote 92. FixiCR Transactions limited ; straight branu'v fresh superfine held 84.50 ; common old hran'! 4 254,37 ; fancy 4 62i4 75 extra $5(5? 5 25. ' Corn D, mand good ; receipU light and market for yellow 57g 58 ; mixed 6556c. uats in demanu nt 40c. Pork Mess is dull at SIS 15,60; .alea limited, II Ms Prime sugarcured 1 112. Lard. No. 1 by the bbl 8J9c. Buttxr Market dull ; prion firkia liiljf.