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TRIPP k McCUY. farrel March ft iftSI. By vwrue el authority we ppnint Mmhi. Cessi a ,oer ajrer's to olirit ciWriptioiw and ad frrtiMM I Read their rard : THE TYFO ; publWd monthly at 57 South third street, be om ' hesrrot, at Cbasi & Co'a Phi see his. where adven if-manta ire received. sivi iorwroe .. .-...., ,.,..... .u I' ... 1 Cl.l.. aJ f na.l 1 t- i j . .if ... i: : k Legislative Cterk fx 1352 - 3 In reapotise to the resolution of the Senate, adopted the 2nd of February, the Auditor of Sta'e made report of the "names and compen- eabon of lha Clerks of the Senate and House of Representative dur.ng the aessions of 1852 and '. 1 863." From this document it appears that the enormous turn of EroHTrxw thotjsaud Hi art hcsdbid and roRTT two dollars asd roatr Cim nave oeen paiu. 10 ijegiHiauve t 1 J . - T AmmiT lha srttincr of ill at notnrioui ho- ... . . j The former of theae aessions commenced on the 6th of January, 1852 and ended on the 4ili of Mar-120 daya. The latter commenced on ! .. . m t. ,.m i -.i iiieiotaoi ovemoer moz. snu cununu till th 14th of March, 18.13--120 dava. The rrpwr ui me nuuiior uir..ij-3 uc pavrefnts were made for Senate Clerk hire - . - r .. B ...1.4 .. I ho liiAfi IhAI for the first aession for, 1 .31 1 day, at 84 per day, amounting to 85,244. Like pay ments were mnde for the latter session, for 979 daya 4dol. per day. amounting to 3,007, 40. And, notwithstanding the strong force of Clerka employed at the first of tlieso ses sions, the report shows that ot the 3,tbi,- 40 paid Clerks for the latter session, Twelve nowoaiD ako rivx priLARB was for "bringing also the first quarter's Salary of 82,250 making up th rtcord$" whirh ought to have been! in all the neat little sura of 811,250; since done by the Clerks of the first session, and for ': which he has resigned the office and a succes which the Secretary of State says the Legis- jsorbas been appointed. It will be recollected lature had expressly provided that no cy or jhal Medary did not go on his mission; he did comptniation should bfolhwedf l not t-tir a foot, except in collecting the money. M .!fJ 1 . t , ! I I Jii.t think of it Tavnnvr. of Ohio IB.. 942,40 paid for clerk hire in the legialat nre! Think of it; count up the figures and think how your taxes become o high. Here you have the benefit of the "new conatitution in handa of its friends wiih a von. gence. This is the way that the leading Loco foco's make good their promises, that the ex penses should be lessened under the "New Constitution " Another fact ia d-velopcd by this Report. It appears that one W. W. Rickey received four dollar I per day at Clerk o f the tenale, dur in the entire session from the itih of Nn- vember to the 14th of Murch-i20 day, $430; and that Mr. Rickey tail nho the priuate i,ecre taiy of the Governor and beceived his 8AI.ar Aa buch 266,66 durii g the titttiiy of the .cp- iilcturel it was not ( nouih that this Mi. Rick ey received one salary, but he must receive the ealarie of both positions while reality, he could hut perform the duties of one. Will the people of Ohio Sanction such ex- travaganee. When will the sober thinking and honeat tax payers cease to endure such foul play ? The people are now reasoning of "judgment of its predecessors. This literary periodical to the salaries received by the Board of Direc to come" and many of the leaders thia horde is ab'y conducted, and merits the atten-1 tors of thia road; Ithinkitbut justiceto the of peculators on the public Treasury, are be- ging to "tremble." Tax payers of Carroll county think of these tl,inr anil when vou come to vote next fall, a caat it in that way that such drains on your Slate Treasury may be stopped. The power ia with the people; let them (peak and they an all be heard. Our Subscribers. A few weeks ago we published a communi cation over the signature of Robert Crosier Esq., which haa given umbrage to at least two o' our subscribers: vii: Harvt Coosil, and John Rilit Esqra. It is with much regrtt that he find thete two gentleman both, old and tried whiga, forsaking us, just as we have started up on our new avocation : These gentlemen, gave aa a reason for withdrawing their patronage, "I will not upheld a paper to slander me." Now gentleman, so far; as we are individual ly concerned, we care not, but as public journal iata and higt, we are sorry to think, that you have pursued thia oure. You were ar raigned in that piece as public men, in the dis charge of publis duties; nnd therefore we felt at iberly, (n permitting statements to be mad.) through oar columns, over the author'a signa ture, that we could not otherwise l ave allowed We, thii week publish a Report of the Rail Road Company (without charge) signed by ii - r -ii Du.m..i. .1.. i.. .... , iITBY vug. 11 A icaiuem, ni.u mo lepeyil u James M. Davia Treasurer of the company which were handed us by one of its officers We mention these last facta, for the purpose of ahowing that tee have not been instigated by any improper motive in the publication of t it be of the commnnicationa. . Both of you the first named, gentlemen hare been aided in times gone by, (one directly and the other indirectly) through the oiumas of "The Kree Press," and worthily too at wa thick Now would it not gentlemen, have been better for you in this instance, to have thrown the "mantle of charity," over us, for our fault(tf one we committed) than to have discard d at thus? All this have we said not ironically, but is candor. But be it understood, that so long as we conduct the "Press" it shall advocate lha dostriaeof tba "broadest legal a AH or Laud The -Shaw farm" in Wash ington fp, will be offered for sale on tha 17th inat. Any person desiring to purchaee a good farm and pleasant borne, would do well to be . . l u j i a attendance. Fer terms of sale, dec, tee ad crtittiLtnt in another column. Ohio Cultivator. In another column, oar readers will find the "prospectus" of this highly useful publication. We hope, every farmer, who reada our pa per, will give it a careful peruaal and therby become ronvineed that it ta not only hia inter- et to give the "Ohio Cultivator" hit attention, bat also his "material kid" The folio aing extract, by its Editors, fairly and fully shows with what discouragementa . ... tDfr roee, ana what tnconratfements they should receive by the agricultural portion of oar state. In sustaining an Independent Agricultural paper in the West, we find ourselves, like most of our eotemporariee, obliged to contend, not only with the apathy of the people whose cause we advocate, but against the encroachments of loreign adventurers, mho neither understand the mode of cultivation best adapted to our soil and Climate, nor sympathise with the toils and uim i'ui ur uf its ut our rurH u . a u i. To render ourselves famil'ar with all these we have repeatedly viaited nearly eerv aeciion of the West, meeting the farmer upon his own ".I t .7 i; 1. on mm entering into i lie peculiar wants oi mi laaal toc-ilinn. This cou'se we shall continue to pursue, and shall spare no reasonable Uhor or expense to make the Ohio Oitivatcr an indi.pensihle companion to the Industrial clasaes ( f the West. . ,hlh " interfere with the loral press, wnicn we hope to see better sub s . . ,. , , , nulled, ry Inking p .,.s'(in ol lie whole ground now so much encumbered by the thrasy m n . , ... .Ui els ot C istern publishers We call upon the West to sultan its own interest both in niaratSre and l:ibor, and hope to see both more firmly fixed in the affections of the people. SAM- MEDARY- It has been recently announced, by letters from Washington that Medary drew, not only Ik . . . Ims outfit of -19,100 as Minister to Chili, but ioiwiinaianoing ne rcma.nen ai nome, anu finally resigned his office without giving the Government value received for the coiA paid him, not one dollar of the money has been, re funded. Sam's creed is "get all you can and keeep all you tfet." LAMENTABLE- T. R. Laird the junior Editor ani proprietor of the ' Democratic Companion, " of this place, left our town, a couple of weeks since, under . such circumstances as to create surprise, on the rtrt of his friends. Since which, we have n informed by A. 8. Rimsy Esq. with whom Mr Laird hoarded that a letter has been received, announcing that he is at 'he home of a sister in Athens county, Ohio, laboring un der mental aberration. vVe sincerely hope, that this melancholy circumstance will be of short duration and j that we shall soon greet our young friend at his editorial post, The Ohio Journal or Education, for March is on our table. It is equal in interest to any , tion of all who possess a"litirary taste. We wonder that it is not more generally circul- nted amongst us. Eveiy teacher should be a careful Common School reader of this in- t ratting and useful publication- We are not in receipt of a "Prospectus" of the Journal, but we announce that its terms ure 81 advance. in Court ot Common Pleas The terms of the Courts of Common PU-as for 1051, rill be held in the several counties of the 1st subdivision of the 9ih Judicial District of Ohio, as follows : In thb county of Stark, on the 4th Monday of March, the 4th monday of July, and the 2nd , Monday of November. In the county of Carroll, on the 2nd Monday of April, the 4th Monday of August, and the 1st Monday of November. In tht county of Columbiana, on the 'at Monday ol March, the 2nd Monday of August, and the 3d Monday of October. The abovi may be regarded as correct, and will answer for future referance. Nebraska Mkktino All persons. without distinction oj party, who are opposed to the nefarious scheme, of cursing, with human slavery, territory now free, aro urgomlj reques ted to be in attendance nt the meeting in the Court House on Saturday evening next 18th inat. The purpose of which is to appoint del egates to attend the State Convention on the 22r.d, inst., See hand bills. tW Our readers, and merchants generally, rare.refered to the advertisement of Murphy, Tiernan & Co, Wholesale Dealers jn Dry Ooods Ac. No. 48 Wood st. Pittsburgh, Pa. We acknowledge, the reeeptlon of public fa vors from Hon. L. D. Campbell of U. S. Con gress. Tali Collrqi. An effort is makinp to raise for the general purpose of education at this in stitution, an endowment of 160.000. There have been subscribed ic Neir Haven, fS.1),- irf i ilk k m ' k ; k r K)0, and enough has been subscribed in New York to increase the amount to 70,000. The imn t .. A ... k.. : l . a... Journal of Commerce savs the yearly income of the College ia about 34.000, on which, with greateconemy, it has thus far been conducted. It is desired to improve the present serue tores, and to add some new Professors to the f,' i" v What was Joan of Are made of f Maid of Orleans. Report, Of the Preiid ent and Director of Carroll County Rail Road Company, to Use Stock hol dera of, and Donatora to the aame; setting forth the cost of ezploraliou and location of the road; preparing track for the auperatructnre The cotta of the auperalructure, ncluding coat of Iron Spikes, and Ballasting; with coat of building depot and all other ezpenaea attending the construction of the road up to the first of Jan. 1864. Also, showing the proceeds of the road since it has been in a running condition until the above daft. Coat of Exploring and loca ting rend. Coat of Graduation, masoniy, bridgeing, culverta. gravling, and clearing Track Cost of wooden Superstrue- 514,50 II, 812, 31 ,u' ffH and ly'ng the t rack 16,551.31 Co at of Iron and Spikes, for lavin" ' he track 9,666,82 " Cost of Engineers services. on rji' f'r tw ;oiy aivei months i.ululinr auiuanls pyt a0ij cja.ioent expjosis. j ,3467,87 Whole cost of road when ready for use. $41,012,81 Amount of moneys received frcm various sources,, since the work w aa n nma 1, up to the first of Jan. 1854. Received from the tale of borda, Do, from Stock, donations and 1-ans, 12,807,00 art law na if,iz.jo 31. 934,33 Mo neys paid out by Treasur er Hampson per order of Board of Direc tors, Do. paid by Treas, Arbackle, Do. Paid by Jas. M. Davis, Treat. 9,224.551 9,487,69 j 12,733,96 ! 831,446.20 ' There is available stock and donations in the hands of the Co. which will be appropri ated to the liquidation of the company debts as soon aa it can be aolleeted about. With a few shares the camoany 5,500,00 may or may not bea'' ta eoHeC t The indebtedness oflhe Co. is e.li included in the above with the exception of obligations held by Simeon Jen nings They being Bonds made by individuals to secure to the Co. the Iron. The proceeds of the road, for the last seven months past, ending the first of Jan. 1854 waa 2,650,10 Expense of running Machinery, Ballasting building Depot ana Turntable, and repairs up to the first of Jan 1854. 1,800,00 The balance of proceeds has been applied to pay orders previously issued1 There having been various reports circulated in relation Board, to stste what has been our services, and how we have paid ourselves. I have been from home directly in the service of the Co. four hundred and twenty-eight days; and in Ih it time was once to Detroit; twice to Sandusky City; nine times to Cleveland; once to New York; twice to Philadelphia; once to Baltimore; once to Sidney nn the Bellfoataine and Indi ana R. R. three limes to Wellsville and twice to Steubenville; and I will venture to say fr m two to three hundred times along the whole length of this road. Aa to salary, at the end of the second year it was thougttby the Board that we should have something and that it shoul d no interfere, with any of the money or available j funds of the Co. At the suggestion of J. Riley, j a resolution was adopted authorizing, an issue of some stock as a salary, but not to be ap plied on any stock previously subscribed, Wherefore, I was warded, four shares worth 1 at the time from $20 to $25 per share making from 880 to 9100 which will be about equal to twenty cents per day, fo- the time actual ly spent; Jno. Riley received one share. Ro-! oe''t Crosier, recieved for seveices as Secrttary fortT dollars. Dr. Hunter, and Jno. Arbuckle, l00lt exceptions to the aforesaid resolution therefore, Hunter received a credit on his original subscribed stock for 8100, Also, one share after issued worth f20, making in all one hundred and twenty dollars . Jno. At - J buckle received a credit on his original stock ! of90 also, sixty dollars on an fafter 8Ue worth 124. At the end of the third year there waa a Resolution passed, by a unanimous vote relinquishing all claims forseivices for the previous year, by all the members of the board Mr ArhuckU hei aWnt Km ik reso!ution being made known to him on his re turn, he concurred in the same. All the o'lier members of our board of Di rectors who hav assisted in our deliberations, and in the construe 'ion of this laudable work, have reeeived nothing for their services, for which lha Ce. owe them nothing but a debt of gratitude. The first train of cart passed oyer our road on the t6th day of My last and we hae con- tinued to run a train ever since excepting about . re four w,eks al one lmt and two other intervals of about one week or ten days eaeh, caused by the Engine being out of order. Up to the 25th day of October last we run upon the road the Loco motive Engine, Rhode Island, owned by the 0. and P. Road, and without the kind favor and friendship of J. Dnrand Esquire, the gen manly and competent Superintendent, of the 0. P. Road as well as of tha President of tha Road, C. Prentiss Esq., we would have beet unable to operate this Road until the 25th of October at which time the "Washington" was brought upon the road, she is owned by a few individuals connected with ani friendly, to this Road. I embrace thia opportunity in the name of the owners of the road to tender to the Supev- j inlendent and chief officers of the C. and P Road my sincere thanks, for their uniform kind 1 neea, and gentlemanly treatment. I would add that a report of tre condition of the officers of the Road waa, and rightly expected, before this time. My only apology ia in a few caus aet. The Co: waa short of means and unable to pay a salary for Secretary aervice, or Clerk hire a nd the former, or "ezsecretarv," as he stvles himself refused to undergo the labora of i getting the facta together. No one else had I sufficient leisure to do so. being most of the time engaged at work on, or lor the road, or per suing some visiUt occupation of their own for a living. I refer those interested to the nccomnanvine report of J. M. Davis, who has been Superin. tendent, and Treasurer from the opening of the Road, to ihis time. All of which is Respectfully j submitted. HARVEY COGSIL Pres't RE PORT of the Treasurer of the C- C R.R Co. To tbi DiRECToaa or the ('ahbot.l Coustt Rail Road Compant . Oentlemen Report : I submi', to you the following 3 6 My connection rith the company as an offi- cer, commenced in the first of October, 1852. an. . . . km . There was then about i miles of the track put down. The means of the company were near- ,y exhausted; I was elected Treasurer at that time. ' The Board of Directors at once sought means to prosecute the work, and obtained du ring the year ending, Oct. 1853, as follows : Loans on individual security, Of original stock collected of dif ferent persona, Donations, On late subscriptions of stock, Of Agent, Beatty, and Conduc tor's Reports. Miscellaneous, Money in Treasury, at Oct. 1052 86700,00 1112 64 100,00 1440,55 22,00 409.00 810 072 19 The si m naid out hv me rlnrintr lie vnr a ' mounted to 810297,20, Rec'pts 10072,19. The account between myself and the company, UP to "'h ot '853, has been settled ann dis posed of to my satisfaction and to the satisfac tion of the Board of Director. Mr. Arhuckle and myself, during the year ending Oct. 1053, personally managed and conducted the prose cution of the work, in hiring and paying men, as well as procuring funds to pay them with and are still liable in our individual capacity, wmi n ic ouiera, mm un uavineiu 01 aooui 84000,00 borrowed to finish the work. H. Cogsil Eq . President, and myself secui- ed C M Boyle. Esq., in &2800.00 still due to him for Enjiii'eer service, and on his contract, to lay the track. It had been proposed by Mr Boyle, in Fab. 1852, that as the company was unable to meet his monthly accruing payments for this work, to give lime if he was secured in his monej by by individuals. This was made known by myself, to I. Atkinson, who was then a Director and to Cogsil both of whom assent ed, and promised Ic Boyle to s cure him in the way proposed if he would do so. Afterlhe work was done, Atkinson refused to ktep his prom ise; Boyle was then sec ired by others, who did not choose to put in the plea, "That the prom ise mat not in writing w- u . j .. . promise break iur faith without disgracing ourseh'Ks Atkinson could, and accordingly, done so, Mr. Boyle is still unpaid. m, . i l. . 1 f .1 The indebtedness of the company as near as I can ascertain, is about as follows : exslusive oflhe cost of iron & spikes, On loans of different persons, 6337,50 This includes the sum due Boyle, as well a J about Si 000.00 loaned from different persons by way of floating debt. The original stock of subscription, amounted ty 248 shares of 50each-fl8.400.00: about c' v fttnn,win.;ii k. k, . id sharea or 1000,00 will number obtained deemed worthless. The above debt is being reduced as rapid ly aa ,t , ,1 :,t.V.I - wit, uuiieii mi u uiinvuiunoi tj e i - penses of running the road will permit. I am unable in the present condition of the accounts connected with the ti:kt business of the road to report now, as Superintendant of te road. The tftket account for the first 4 months after the rovl went into operation, WM ft1most who,,v neg,ected by the then Sec'y and after two efforts to put it in shape. I h uvo been unable to do so. Within as short a ime as 1 can get it in shape of a report as Sup't. will be published. As to the items in the a bove report. I invite any gentleman, disirona to see ihem for his own satisfaction. to call on me a. the office of the Com pany, and when time will prmit me, all can be fully exhibited connect, ed with the accounts, to satisfy any reasonable person. It may not be improper here to state that the statements heretofere made, in reference to 131 dollars paid to Hull and Buss, by Atkinson and his mouta-picce, are a tisse of. falsehooda thr'o oul as well as nearly all they have said. I have the evidence to convict them both as tiars what thtf art mil known to be almost as far as known. J. M. DAVIS, Treasurer. Jtar "Once on a time," an Irishman acd a negro were fighting: and while grappling with each other, the Irish nan ixlaimrtd: '-You black uivil; cry "enough." I'll right till j diet" "So'll I," sung out the negro; "I . ways dew." OHIO LEGISLATURE- March 7 Sxhatb. Petitions for a variety of objecti were presentac bv Senutors, and appropriately referred. Several billa ware then read the aec ood time, and referred to the Committee of the Whole. Davia offered a preamble and resolution re- ouestioc our members of Oontfress 10 u- their effort to procure the passage of the bill before Congress lor the dmsoo of lha Stale into two judicial districts. Un motion ot Mr. Harnett, it waa laia on me table to await the attendence of a full Senate, as several of the Senators from central Ohio were absent. Hocsx The blil to encourage the omni- aiion of fire companies beinsr up. a debate of siiate inter si aree on the clause which propo- . .i r t . . a to exempt tre meraoera inertoi irons iue Mf jt aA mJK tomt J 1 . U - - - i,u niikliA 1ii,rkVC allu- m.hi- to the disperagement of the towns and cities, to winch Mr Liean replied wun mucu .! 1 1 II I Buk miiah warmth, and defended villages and cities from the attacks oi gentlemen from the rural dis tricts. Other gentlemen expressed their opinions, ro and con. r Nunemuker appeared, uas sworn in as the Represetative from Perry, and ook his seat. Mr. Brown of Hamilton then introduced the following resolutions : WnEKAg. thia House, on the 6th day of March, 1054, passed the following reaoluiions : " Rtto'vtd, That the the nat of J bn H. 09(4, "ow sitting as the R presentative of ss L k .1 .1 1 I Perry county, is hereby d ictated vacant;" and . .; . whereas the conalitulion, hi tide 2, section 1 1, declares that "all vacancies which may happen in either House, shall, for the unexpired lei in, by election, aa shall be directed by law;" therefore. Resolved. That the Sooaker of this House forthwith notify the Governor that the seat lately held by John H. O Neil, as the Krepre ...! f LA - l.,.,.r Ai,n "'" 1 C"J ,,""" " TacJ,1nl a ""l" " tni. nouae. ALmmllmiLlu OMhlrt and Rogers advocated the resolution and con- tended that there was a vacancy that could on ly be filled bj the people. Vfpsvrs Pest Mi'Kenzie. Cross. Perky. Walkup. Burcharp and Taylor, opposed it and held that the point was merely technical, and "ot worth attention. Un motion ol Mr. J'ain, th resolution was Indefinitely postponed yeas 51, nays 17. So that ends the fiijut in the l'erry county : case. March 8. Senate After the presentation of petitions &c, the bills to regulate contracts with gas companies, and to provide for the purchase - . . v .. ... . A.it .,t ,,.f-L-u. ist.ru r 'An n turn time and Dasseu. Mr. Atkinson's Sub Treasury bill was re- ported with sundry amendments, and was laid upon the table, with an understanding that it sh. ill be ra ide the special order for to-morrow, aud continued till it is disposed of. Di Townaend offered a resolution providing for the payment to Daniel Kinney of his mi- leage and j r diem, tor the tune he was a member of the Legislature in January, 1852 Dr. Townsend gave a history of the case. Robertson was declared the Representative, atK Kinney vho had the certihuate, was a member only a few days. A resolution to pay him was introduced, but it failed on its passage. 1 ne res'j.uuon wa rciorruu iu wit; tiuuicj- arv Committee. Bill lor fixing the time of hoi lirfg Courts in Jm 2nd Judicial District, passed. There appealing some uouot among me members whether tins had been done the res- .!.!.- I ..nr.n tl, iKIj il,.,, il,.. U. ...... 1 IMUUUIl Hits 1.1IU uwiiu me invir wirv .n, uuum . . . - -i c. State. ., ' ' , . i thesu.jecto IVmperance to accompany Ii- T?l 11 ' 1 1........ .... I.. n ----t - bill submitted a short time since. The report was quite length and was read at the clerk's desk. Mr. Foot occupied the moat of the afternoon, session in a speech on exposition and defence of his Temperance bill. He went over the subket thoroughly, contendec d tint its provis- ions were not only constitutional but useful, and necessary to proiec1 the best interests of community He read from papers and reports IIOIIl OlIlCI Obilier, ruilli w auu. .nt.b .lie la. of )ibllion w ,, and tbou,rhl the dily Wrtg ,10l ,!ir ditni when we would see it i so and adopted in Ohio: On motion, the bill was referred to a oom- mift! of ,Mr- S" , 'PI... i,. ,.ni ji, h.. .un lli. Sunn a tha r a... .... i ..I...U, tv.u i. semi annual report of the Fund Commission I HC 1 ICOIUrtlV train wvivii miu s.a.w vim ers, which was ordered to be printed. House A large number of petitions were presented, and appropriately r 'erred. r Senate io nt -esolution for the distribution of Aricullural Reporl8( of lBt y,ar ,852, came ! Ag up and fas debated. The proposition is, that the Secratary of State box up the proportion of i, .... 1 ....... 1 1 1. .. ... I mem OelOlllflllt; IO CitUll lll.niici , mm whu Hinu i . , " Che best conveyance to the point designated by bv the ait mbers. i? u understood that the expense of boxing and I sending shall be paid by the members and that I r 10 be Pul UP only oa ,he order of ths ; meiuoerB. j There ate over 23 000 copies of the volume lor 1852, prime I and on hand, not distributed. It was su ed that the resolution providing for distributing these reports was by some mis take lost, and has not yet been found, they have remaino I on hand to this time A queslio i aros whether these reports had ever besn printed ii- German, Mr. Allen of Brown, offerred a resolution that the Legislature adj urn sine die on the 31 of April. It was moved to amend this by sub stituting the 10th of April. The resolution and amendments were then referre d to a committee of three Messrs. Langdon, Allen of Brown, and Gst. On motion of Mr. Gest, this commit'le WM instructed to enquire andrep0.t w-S what work was necessary to be one bvfot6 JB adjournment took pi are. The House iheR ape, som lirae incoromit. tee of the whole V,r. Walkup in the chair. Mr. ties. intr'-flanHrl n rnlniinn .li;. - On ihe ?4uiri a. . . .. . .'.arv of State to inform th Hniiaa if ar'? of '.ue Agricultural Reports of 1852 had - " - awjisa UI IUV IlltU ,ej printed in the German language, and if so, how many. March 9. Senate. Mr. Lee saidhewaa unavoidab'y absent at the time the e lection of Senator tok place, and as he desired to re lord his vote for Mr. Push, he aakad th priviledge of doing to. Tbt Premd -nt said tajsoookt art b dee. aa the joint convention lad been1 dissolved. So Mr. Law waa deprived of the privilege of voting for Mr; Pagn. Tba bub Ti-eaaury biH Of Mf. Atkinson'a coming up, soar ofiu previsions vera dab. fed. One clauaa provides that lha Traaaarcr 0f State shall pny oit gold and" ailvtr, "to far aa ia convenient." Mr. Smith of Madiaoaa moved to strike out tba proviso, ao that aotk- ng but gold and stiver shoaM be paid ovt. Ha wanted the principle owitd oat. if ft M . lo be commenced A "itue gwed'nttured spar- 1 ring aroae, when lb rtioUow to mm,n& oti yaaa 8, nays 80. In afternoon, the kub-Treasjsay bill again un er consideration, oeverai amend mm aa raw ments were propoaed, diaaaad ami Idwt. Oka Droviion is. that no bank n.wr on bank oat r n.;n .k.ll h TntA for mut sum dm U. State. Mr. Barren moved irt amend ao (hat . ... . .... . . the people could by accommodated in tat rea ped by relaxing the rule, but it waa lout. Ihe bill waa Dually by a vela of 19 la a, or- jered t0 he enirroaaed. . .a. . . . . . The Senate then went into committee of Me whole considered several bills. Horsa Bills to fix the time of holding courts in Hamilton county, aad in the fib. Ju dicial district so far ia Ashland couoly is con cerned, were passed Several bills of minor interest were read the vecond time aad com mitted The House then went ii.'to committee of the whole and considered aevei bilan. The Tem perance bill of M-. Elwell being the jnIrojuce(j jnU) L, Sen. Mr. Foot, W(iu,ea up anfj without deba t all aftar tha enwtinK CHUM WM .,riken oul ,Sy a vote of 38 n to 19. It was agreed that the Maine la Temper ance bill should be 1-iken up and t,'t-baad on Wednesday of next week. Mr. Baker offered a resolution re1ting the Treasurer to notify tho House w mount of b-nk tax yet remains unpaid: -dopted. B A large number of petitions on a vanaty' i aubj-cts were on leave pi eseated. I Mr. R.gers introduced a bill to fix the Jia- "ft -dorsers on negotiable ia.trume.t. which was read thv first time. Prospectus, VOLUME 10, FOR 1854 The Tenth volume of this popular Journal will commence on the 1st of Jan. 1864. Wa make our annual appeal to toe Farmer, the Me- i chamc, aad the Domestic Circle, to lend us a generous assirtance in supplying the Industrial ciHHurK w n a rnuun un.i -.. ...H'.. . r j"jv Devoted to Agriculture, Domeitic ani Sural kffain. Containing at all tiroes valuable hints for lb -Farm, the Shop, and the Fireside, seeking the elevation of Labor in all its legitimate ia- tert'SK'' inrwAi nr n n j . 1-, rtr 1..L.... il lheir formg lrU(J HOME PAPER OP THE WEST- The Editors have been familiar with the pe culiar condition of Western Agriculture and by extensive travel and observation keep them selves informed of the wants and progress of the country at large. Tux Ohio Cultivator is published oa the 1st ra 1 I 5 ll ot eveiy month IK lurrr ivin-n .... ge!)i wiih its title page and index at tha end of the year, makinc a volume of 380 Daves suit able for binding. 1. O! , t ... - ivrras. oingie suoscnpiions Via year. T?,, ' je I i Tr - . , tour copies for 3 dol. Nino conies for 6 do!: ana same price b6 cents eachl for auv larger i number. , - . All subscription i to be paid io advance, and ocomm,nJmnh theyJt 'usance, aua Persons eendinc Clubs, mav have them di. reeled to different offices if they chooae; aad those having sent a smaller number, mty af terwards increase to nine; or mora, at eiub rates. To any person tending ua a c'ub of nine subscribers and 6 dol. we will tend, post paid, a complete Volume for any previoue year, in paper cover, Address, BATEHAM k HARRIS, Columbus, Ohio. Marriages. MARRIED On ihe 9th instby the Rev R Merril) Mr Robert Robertson to Ellen Read all of fWli' i Cllen iteea, allorOarroll ( ! Ohio, v Miaa County MARRIED On the 8h inst, at the Pattort House, by Rev. James Goulden, Mr. Beraleel Mauley jf Harrison County, to Miss Catharine WilLen of this County. CARR0LLT0N MARKETS . i Caro Flour T6k. March e tea Wheat - '-.ay seea ,oo ' LM Clover seed .00 Dried apples 12 Dried Peaches 25 Eggs . . . - 6 Salt . . . 37 Hams . 60 Sides . . 31 Shoulders . . ,00 1,00 1,60 - 07 OS N butler . "eei) wax Fish Oats . Corn -Potatoes NEW YORK MARKET, March 10. Flour Western and State dull and hearts Canadian dull and nominal at 7,7537,87.. 8ales Western flsnal 30 0 bblsatdf for common to straight State 7,87$8,1td for mix ed to fancy Michigan and common to smut flki , . S" Ohio ' Wheat hardlv en firm anil KXtM1 at. 6000 bush southern white at dl,75.i, vw uuoil CUUVUH I U IfUIIB UljIS. Corn In better demand, without Trap! menl in prices. Sales 28,000 bush fi.vaac r. Jersy yellow and southern mixed. Pork Little change. Sales mesa 15&Id. 62; prime 13,25d; clear 17,50 d Cut Meats Good eupnlv: RiOst fn. 6i6 for shoulders. 1 1 Lard Quiet; 10104. Buttee Plenty, and m fair demstd- lav, for Ohio, 1620 for State. . - I