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OHIO LEGISLATURE- I
M.rcb 14. 8k4T1 After tk aMlftg bsjBineee fjajMai of , the bill to orgtaiie, Ac. the mili- k wh ukM up. ftftd oeepifd the fttteftlioa of ke 8aU fcr emtiw foriooB. It wa. or- ft. I L .J U- - - i .. aI 11 Ia 1 1 wo mi o fs.-J fk oAmittM rnnrtH acratnet tha nronosi- " -- "I . 5 pea to ftfts aae of the Mi Lunaiie Asylums or ft Deaf and Dumh inaiitation, and were die- . . , ... . bject. The debate on the subject ibowed ....nil. m k- k;L w. k.i .K . .-iiin -m,M rw, hiKi inn- jjent tome teal, the ubtitute wm fesf by a vote of BeTesftl bilk were eoftidere in the commit- 90 to The P"1 WM lhen rt,dfn,te fttof the Whole 'j P0,lPone' by ?ot ' to ln,u Hoo-Afler'ft number of petition wtn Hou" fc" 01 oul ,l P"1"1 P1" il prevented the House authorised the committee n"inS compl..bed nothing, but be pointed to examine into the cm. of the fata g J 10 Urt off 0D the e rise little haby in the female department of journey. he Penitentiary to Uke testimony under o.th j Bill for the diminution of Curwen'. Revised relation to the affair. j w,lh ndmente, was agreed to, and Bill to require a major ily of railroad direct- lhe bi" PM,ed n to reside in this State and to keep their of-! b, ""eting the jurisdiction of Jus- oe on the line of the road wm read the third ' l P " eruaia.l cases, on plea of ime and failed-.-the vote being 43 to 17, the 411 not receiving the cooslitationftl vot. The ote wm reconsidered, and the bill wm laid on he table. Municipal bill to prohibit tb pajsage of or- in aoces restricting the sale of country produce tc, passed; yeas 63, nays 4, The House dismissed the pe itions for the c Ktion of policemen by the people. The House gave the committee oppointed to camine into the affairs of the new Lunatic syluras power to send for persons and papers, fter the subject wm debated at some length le resolutions passed. The private bankers of Cincinnati complain lg of the operations of the tax law, were told j the Finance committee that tbeie was no lief for them. The bill to prohibit the circulation of Bank otes of less denominations than five dollars 'M considered. The Committee recommend n amendment confining its operation to bills of reign banks, but this wm lost, 3i to 35. The ill wm finally referred to the currency com littee. Mr. Eckloy's temperance bill wm reported ack by the committee of thirteen with a new ill in iu place. The substitute does not re uire the seller to give bonds, but makes him table for damages and exemplary penalty. It lso makes the owner ot the premises liable, 'he bill was ordered to be printed. Samuel Doyle proposes to lease the National load of the State for twenty years, to keep t good repair, to charge no more tolls than at resent, and to pay the State f 1000 per year r this privilege, The subject was referred The School lav coming up Mr. Van Hook ffered an amendment (providing for an office nd a olerk for the Superintendent of School. I Mr, Uokley proposed to amend by striking it the township board system, and restoring "'te independent district plan. M irch 25 I Sbxatx Bill to punish the adulteration of iquors was debated, and the drugs used in taking strong beer were passed in review, but Joining decisive wai done . I Mr. Atkinson reported bill to provide for ex J inditures on the 1'ublio Works of the States r the two ensuing years. It was quite lengthy, id its reading occupied considerable time 'as te different items are specified seperately, we uld not ascertain how the amounts compared itb the previous expenditures for these pur oses: The bill was read the first time. I Mr. Lee reported a bill to compel Railroad .jJompanies to fence their roads, and to define faieir liabilities in case of the destructions of little, dec, which wm read the first time, f, lengthy document. I' Hoitsb A rich old slaveholder ot Helens, f rkansM petitioned that two Mulatto girls be bnging to him, and now at the Oberlin School flight, by a law of this 3tate be made his heirs, ! nu" entitled to inherit his properly, Tbey are la own daughteis by a slave mother, and as e has no other children and has a strong liking r them he desires they may be made his lu- I bain. i Mr. McKenzie "pitched in" to the printer of gills for the House, and wanted to know why ley were not more promptly printed and in $ etter style. Resolution passed. March 27. I Smatv. The President presented tho re- j Kit of the Auditor of State, showing the am't, m interest owned Dy the State in rail roads, ranals and turnpikes. The amount owned in rail roads, estimating i . , . . . 1 r .,.. nftf,M . 1 ! r . I . .ln.li tm III I II H I Ilia 1 , r L..L ..l alnrf ... 1 1 U I P " . V -o" . ' ' ' " . The par value of stock In turnpike compa - Isv. fa tl.M5.58.94 the saleable value, is j 390,000. Tre total of stocks, m abov given Hiking the par value, is 89.74S.477.27 'bile the saleable value Is but 1 1. 01 5.500. BID providing for the appointment of officers f the Penitentlarv. fixing their compensation, rescriblng their duties, and determining the tanner of working the convicts, wm passed Bit i. Messrs. Mteedman, Jewett and Townahend ere aftftointed a committee, on the part of tho tn ..innt mnnu for the various State Hwwi ' Seers in the new State House. kA mew temperance bill wm r?ported by Mr. Hats,, of Coshocton, in the place of the one aading before the Senate. It wm ordered to 9 printed. Hossft The third reading of bill wm dis- aMed with 01 to-morrow, in consequence of Mr Hubbard UintdW 4mU to sue t public work of lb Stale. ! Bill to MNi 63d Mtioa of the whool jtw Wks ported back without recommend. fop. LickiBgi introdueetU olu- ,ion re(Uciljnr, 0qr Repreftentativc. oc. to uraeura a reoeal of all datv on fnrv-n.n nmr ana molasses. This passed unanimously Mr. Eckley'i temperance bill, wit.li the bill special committee of thiru-en. cme op, aad after con r . . 'etoerable debate, in whieh Baker pitched ia with "aeraoie aeowr, ,n wu.cu i . wuo (guilty. indefinitely postponed, Bill fixing the amount of school tax at one mill on the dollar wm debated at some length, but before any votes were taken the lluue ad- urned, March 23. Sks ati. Bill in relation to life insurance for the benefit of widows, dec. passed 24 to 1. Bill to regulate the sale of nostrums, wm read the third time and failed 14 to 12. not a constitutional majoiity. On motion this vote was reconsidered, and apon a motion to indefi nitely postpone, it wan lost 15 to 16. Upon a motion to refer the bill to the com mittee on medical colleges Ate, it wm debated at some length by several Senators. The House resolution for the repeal of the duty on sugar and molasses, wm debated. It m moved by Mr. Atkinson to add iron, wool and cotton manufactures to the list. Mr. Pen dleton moved to lay the resolution and amend ment on the table lost. Mr. Follett moved the previous question. Sustained, and the or iginal resolution without amendment, passed 21 to 8. Let it be forwarded to vv aslungton at once Bill to amend section 74 of act for the organ ization of cities and village, passed. The Militia bill (minus the taxing clause) passed yeM 20, nays 7. Mr. Atkinson introduced a resolution in fa vor of putting iron, cotten and woolen manu fuctures on the free list. Upon this a sparring debate arose, in which several Senators defi ned their positions. Finally the previous ques tion was ordered, and the resolution was lost, by 12 to 15, m follows : Vias Messrs. Anderson, Atkinson, Barllit, Davis, Jewett, Lee, McCauslin, Morris, Smith, of Athens, Stokes, Townsend, and Williams of Columbiana. Nays Messrs. Allen, Barrerre, Converse. Foot, Hookinberry, McClure, Pendleton, Rib let, Schiff, &liideler, Sinclair, Smith of Madi son, Taylor, Wiiliams of Coshocton, and W light. Housb Bill to amend the corporation net, so as to regulate contracts with gas companies were passed 53 to 8. Bill to pay Harvey Ferguson for services as Postmaster, for the time previous to his elec tion M Sergeant-at-Arms, was lost 54 to 12 it requiring a two-thirds vote. On motion, the vote was reconsidered, rnd the bill wm laid on the table' A bill (rom the Senate anthorizing guardians of legatees to compromise with the widows and heirs wm debated during the forenoon. Mr. Metcalf introducd a bill of some interest. It abolishes the Board of State House Commis sioners, and make the Governor, Auditor, and Secretary of State the commissioners with pow er to appoint an architect, dec. Senate bill definining liability of stockhold ers in joint stock companies providing a liabil ity in addition to stock, of an amount equal to the same, paised by a vote of 60 to 7, The bill to provide for a school tax of one mills on the dolUr, was taken up and debated at length Amendment proposing U mills were offered. Destructive fire. One linndrcd Bnlld Ing In Buhls. Two Hundred fninl Ilea houseless. Pittsburo, March 27. A very destructive fire occurred yesterday afternoon in Birmins- iIWM) opposite this oity. It originated in the packing house of Ihnuen' Glas Work. In oonequenee of the scarcity of water, and the I strong wind which was blowing at the time, I the fire raged until six o'clock, and wm only .. ....! i, .. .1. . 11: I f 1. I . f . . I 'II' 1 I .... I , i it. . . " ' ..... j d.,...uivd ". V I . '11 II , ill L11I1 Wlllll LI I Bradford street, between Which and Dewraan ' tl, some sixty buildings were destroyed, including dwellings and stores. In all, about one hundred buildings are destroyed, and some two hundred families turned into the street It is impossible to estimate the loss, hut is supposed by some to teach t200,00. Others, i however, estimate it at only tSO.OOO. About j one-third is covered by insuranoe. Ihmsen's losa is 1 1 2.000, probably insured. Among the building destroyed is Gregg s lead factory and saw mill. Later from Havanali The Bliu k Warrior Affair Settled. Nbw Orlsans, March 24. By the arrival lit this port of the steamer Empire City, from Hsvanah, we learn that the authorities of Cu b have given up the Black Warrior, upon the condition of the payment of a fine cf 86, 000; whioh Capt. Bullock had accepted, and would take possession of his vessel on the 22d And immediately Bail for New York, Ct)c Carroll fxtt Press. THIPP HcOOr. K' tITtllU)ft Ihar'wUr tprH 6, IHjf. Be f irtuft f aawMMpWeftiat Mew. Cun V o .our agents to solicit suJtacMfUoaa jai M rerttseme t Resd rhelr card : THE TYPO ; published monthly at r7 South third street, be ow ' hesnut, st i'biib eV fVs Phi ade phia, where advertisements are received and forwarded to all the rading iourns's in the United States snJ 1 anadas. TO OI K READBBS. W have received a quantity at d its. A., for our office, aad ipeet to girt oar safer aa imfnni ap pearance nest week. Owing store thaa a aaaal amoun t of labor this week, our paper does n4 appear aa (rood as we wouIJ with. Bear with u a little we preasltc better. ilUMJl l) TAX BILL. Oo the !31 of March, the ttnane Committee of the tlouae reported a Tax BUI somewhat timilar in iu pro' vitioo to the old one. Il does away with the $50 ex emption and repeats the 10th and 11th aectiou of the present Tt Law providing for deductions on moneys and credits. There are several other particular in which it differs from the form er Bill ; but the above are the most important ohange. Il u eipetted that there will be soaw 8hpfte in tha present lav, but If it 1. to be from bad to worio, dear help as ! If we are to be taxed oa what we ohv aa well as what w own, deliver us from the hauds of such monster?, who, under the garb of De. mocrscy, rule the people bv laws of despotism. Save us from such mock Republicanism. PEOPLE'S MEETING. On our first page will be found tb proceedings rf the atass Convention, at Columbus, on the t-Jd of March, aa t. The Resolutions will speak for themselves they are , In letter and npirit, the utterance of tha principles of Freedem and Justice, in a bold and fearless manner. The number in attendance was not much short of t.Ono persons, notwithstanding several of the Douglass tsgani in the Slate, and especially the OMo fitatttman, attempt lo make it out that the meeting was u failure ; but they have been most signally rebuked. Good feeling prevail ed throughout, but ono sentiment animated the whole Convention opposition to the Nebraska Bill. SCHOOL ELECTtOX. NYxt Monday, tho 10th lost., the election for " Board of Education" fur this Borough, will beheld at Lisbon St. School Rouse, at the hour of 1 o'clock P. II. All who feel interested in the education of our youth, attend. It is highly important that tli board be tilled with men who will make the education of the children of our Bor ough, au object second to none. Come to the election all come let there be a fuU representation in this behalf. Remember, next Monday Is the dsf. MOMi ' MAP of AOH I II AIHEBICA. We were on Monday last, called upon by Mr. TuoUas N. Rialt, the gentlemanly agent for the salu of this map, and were highly pleased to examine cursorily, the uiost beautifully colored and finely engraved map wc have ever eeii, compiled by Mr. Jacob Monk, of Baltimore. It Is the most complete map extant, at least so far as our knowledge extends. It exhibits in one unbroken view our entire possessions giving all emigrant roads, moun ain passes, locations of Indian tribes, missionary stations, rail road routes through the States, kc, extending from the fiOtb parallel of North latitude to South America,aud within Hcven degrees of the Equator. The Island o' Cuba ia admirably represented in its exact geographical relation to the United States. Central America I slso for the firt time presented with exemplary exactness. It gives every county town (or eapltel) in the, U. Stales. It embraces sn amount of statistical information never beforo gitftn upon a map. There ia also, on tho South-West comer of the map, an exhibit uf the World on Mercator's projection, giving the shortest route from East to West by the Isthmus, or across the U. Ststes. Its design is comprehensive, snd lu detail accurate, and the general stylo of execution, commend it to all. It is lurnlshed at a moderate cost. Const or Common Plxas Next Monday, 1 owners and bidders look out." Tas Sai.su Wiiki.t DxuocaaT is the title of a journ al just started at Salem, Columbian s Co. , Ohio. 1 1 is in point of typographical execution, neat and well done appearance good. It is published by Hudson & Battin ; A. II. Battin, Eq., occupies the "Chair Editorial." N'ltw Book Jht frcrrtary or CirtnmtMMial Ei'Mmce by the Author of "Meads and Hearts," "Tho Miser's Daughter," Etc. Complete In one large Octavo Volume of 'iOO pages, I'r ice fifty cents. This book has just been published by Dewit li Daven port, New York. It is a roprlnt of a new English book, a tale founded on fact. About one hundred years ago, the leading inci dents transpired In the South of England and a worthy and noble young man was hanged for murder, when after devdoperuents clearly showed the guilty deed was done by another. The story is well wrought and delineates the process by which circumstances, artfully arranged, may be made look like decided evidence of guilt. The story Is good. Address Dsw.t k Davenport, 180 tnd 1(V2 Nassau St, New Tork. TOWNSHIP ELECTION. Tho Election held last Monday, In Centre township, resulted in the success of the entire Whig ticket for township officers, The majorites range from 20 to 47. The following sre the officers elected. 'Jratleet David Maple, Sr., Chat. Elson, Jas. Baxter. viiesor, Jno. W. Young, .il V ! Ml Vurk Isaac Llman. Trvaiurrr R. Runion, Contlable J. N. Bolen. In the road district composed of the Borough of Cur rollton, Jacob S. Coleman was elected Supervisor. BOUOUGII ELECTION. The People's Ticket, which was put in nomination on last Saturday evening, was eleotod without much opposi tion. The officers elected are as follows ; Jfayor-4.8, RukenlM. yfmiroVr-Issac Ulm.n. TVuaiwi J. 8. H surer, A. Swanrv, R 0 McKee, I). Rheefti, J, Cameron. T'tatvrtr R. Runion, .l(irvA J. N. Bolen. Htrtct UvinmimivnerJ. G. Flishcr, We hope that the affairs of our town will receive some attention by the Council sleet. Success, geutletneu. y Our reader are referred to lbs advertisement of Or. Hoegel, oontaiued ia another column. The Dr. has been East, and has purchased a tine lot of Drugs Ac, whieh he will sell cbeap for cash. Give him a call at hU Drugstore, on Main St., opposite the "Patten Dous." ttfi . M ! t ,att ) ; I tSSJIIII S BasKiiSSSSJ few April Is us. This iassrwliaft pahfttsiisjt i a it wur tafelk I i intaftwttmf and; ktsuwUve 10 lb read; Md 4U wail rex aa stsse Dive psTfttal. LcosjBVtTras Tft How rua paved a joist Resolution tft a Ijoftra W a. on the let of lay. Bat lhe senate lias not yd concurred therein. Cuma 47 " harry up the cake " COLUMBUS CORRESPONDENCE Columbus, March 25, 1S53. Sifts: The great Anti-Nebraska Convention came off on Wednesday, for the season an 1 un der the circumstances, it wm a jrand affair. lis deliberations were ealm. dignified and un lekmg. I looked very much a if the time ,Dg themselves " preachers of the Gospel." 1 ,0 txvetU Organise the North for reclamation, bad arrived, when the North would as one man h hu been demonstrated in debate that there ftn(j defence. Re-establish the Missouri Com' raaist the further encroachments of Slavery , on it not a particle of truth in thllegations of a prom,ia )jne. Resist the admission of either Ik rights of the free Stat s. Jodfe J. R. Swan breach of faith or breach of confidence. hereafter as a slave State. Make these two presided. The resolutions you will have, and I hold that this senate is m capable of judg- i condition ai' yva non in the election of ev 11 will perhaps be enough to aay In its enliir ' iDg whether our action involve moral turpi- rv Northein mn to Congreu. Elect nonebut doing iha utmost harmony prevailed. The j tnde. whether it involves tbt subversion of mor- Northem Presidents who sre noi doughfaces, demonstration was almost as deadly a slab, at as whether it subjects us to the judgment of the In (big way only can be regained whftt is now the adroinistraliou as the recent election in New : Almighty, as are these political preachers, who ,0 k. Mt jf tue Nebrwka swindle is consurama Hampshire. The truth is now manifest, that do not understand the question. ted. The country bhishes. wl.en it thinks of the administration is doomed, aad for the sake I It is evident that these men know not what iu;ig urTender. What wm that to thia sur of the cause of common justice and humanity, they are talking ahout. It is evident that they render of Douglas and Pierce? The nation m weli m for the dignity of the free States, ought to be rebuked, and rebuked to confine bnrnswith indignation at the name of Beneditt may it be the last administration, called into themselves to the vocation, instead of neglect- Arnold But Arnold's wm but attempted and existence lor ine purpose 01 advancing me 1 cause of that blot, on our national character; human Slavery The cry of danger to the Union has lost iu ( -rror. The people of the North fetl as if the j Jnion would be quite as safe in the lands of, Northern men as Southern : and that we pos- ses the numerical power to compel them to submit to the laws and that we will do it. The legislature is getting along as usual, BjflfMftf yet done, of any general interest. An adjournment is only problematical. The question has been frequently started but only the whig i and freesoilers were favorable to it. Tha Hi known ah Erk ev ratrpnr impnt hill " - - J " nasDeenme caret lor two uay. it proposes to reduce the per diem of members, clerks and sergeant-at-arms, to three dollar per day, the salaries of all State and Judicial officers from twenty -five to fifty per cent, re dues the com-1 pensalion of clerks in the State departments, the Penitentiary the Benevolent Institutions, and on the Public Works, the collectors of tolls clerk in the offices of canal tolls, to five bund- red dollars pervear, and expenses to six hun - drod dollar and outs off all iucjdental expense, It was brought to a vote on yesterday, and lost on a motion to engross, by a vole of thirty- eight to thirty -nine. Its actual saving to the State would not be less than one hundred thou- sand dollars annually. The whigs and free- soilera generally voted for lhe Bill. There is eonsiderftble of excitement in the city at thi lime growing out of an unexpected increase in the female department of the Peni - tenljary. A convict irom Hamilton county, ' people in 1850, when the Fugitive Slave law who had bper, ovtr a year in prison, gave birth . was resisted by force, that it was their duty to to a child a few days ago. The author of this ; obey it on the ground that it was a national en outrage has not been discovered aa yet. A'gagenient of the Constitution of the United cummittee to investigate the matter uas order- ' States? Not one. Did they tell their people ed by the House, and during their investigation that the senate did right in paosing the act, at the Piison, the found a black man shut up, ' and in carrying out n national engagement? in one of the cells, wi.ere he had been confined Not one. for fifteen days, he had been whipped with aj If it was part of the duty of these 3,000 oat three limes; the lash of which was wrapped clergy men to speak about the sanctity of nation with wire, he r .-ported that he had received R engagement, where were they in 1850, ninety lashis, admiuistered to him in dose of ! when in Boston the law was ojwnly resisted by thirty at a time, allowing three or four day of j force? They were silent. But now, at the an interval, his back was literary cut to pieces, i bidding of the junta in Congress, they come during thirteen days of this time, he was com- (forward and arraign (he senate of tiiPjUnited peuea to lay on toe cold stone rioor, ot the cell, without a bed or even a shirt, and every way of light excluded denied anything to eat, but a little bread and water. This punishment was inflicted, because he was charged with having stolen monev. which he denied, and atill denies. No evidence who ever has been adduced against him, onlv the suspicion of the inhuman wretch who inflicted he punishment. A committee was ordered bv i V . . . - . name of Watson, i. the man who was guilty of this inhuman conduct ; but the warden and some of the directors was cognisant of it On yesterdav, the select committee of thir teen.reported back to '.he House, the bill known I'-l.'-..'. i- oJM. . :.L V I , a . . ns j.ckipv a wuiDsranes out : il meets wnn mn. eral favor, and Will probably pass the Houe. 1 . ANON CITIKEIVS ATTEND ! At a meeting of the " Carroll ton Firo En gine Company, Hope, No. 1," the following preamble and resolutions were adopted, and ordered to be printed in the papers of our town : Whirsas, It Is not an nnnsusl occurrence for our citi letu lo be alarmed by the cry of "Fire!" and that we are wanting a well organized Engine 'ompnny, f r the purpose of protecting the property of our citizens; and wherein, we, the '' Carroll ton Fire Kuciiie Company," are unable to purchase the Kngine now in our use, and aUo to sink Cisterns for the use of the Ojmpany therefore, y Haaiticd, That a coinmitiou yl tmo oe appointed for the purpose of soliciting subscriptions from the citizens and property-holders of our town who are the ones rruy itUtrnted to aid the company to purchase the Engine now in our use. Utnolmtl, That, provided there cannot be enongh money raised to buy the Kngine, and also to sink four cisterns, that the mrliey which may be raised be applied to the sinking of the cisterns. Rtsotved, That P. II. Levy, David Uants and J. N. Bolen be appointed the committee for said purpose. By order of the Coropauy. Alucn Green, Sec. March 85, 1854. A Bauv Show jut Massacausktts. A baby show has literally transpired. It occurred at Palmer on Wednesday evening last in connec tion with a ladies' fair. j , Six or eight babies were exhibited, dressed "up to the nines." The committee that passed upon the merits of the little ones were childless, and they a warded the premium of $3, offered by Mr. Fisk, qf the Palmer Journal, to a boy baby of Mr. Hardaker. On the announcement of the decision one bachelor gave a dollar to kiss the premium ba by and another the same sum to kiss the one he thought the prettiest) Springfield Republic. CoKKECTtouT EuECTion--Harlford, April 4 1 P. M. The returns received thus far shows the election of 15 Whig Senators and 8 Demo ocrats. 4 to hear (ran. 87 opposition and 41 Democratic Representative!. 6 opposition and 3 Democratic Sheriffs. It is impossible at present to estimate tha popular vole. tne House, with tol. Lester Taylor, of Geau- j WRr- are to be loosed, and thousands, and per PJq,thTM wh0 ?r,e "ow enfg in lj!e jhap millions of innocent people, sacrificed to invest unition. An Bduislunt. wnrrlon hi, ill,. r r v v DOUGLAS, tb. THE CLEBOY When the ftstiuoa of im MOO alsBfjsB (ma New 1 ' BBS I Eaad w..rvi. U Saeof B.U.B., so ea' mmmvtmitm m n P"Jt ttioo to the Nebraaka Bill. fjj, far IBOrt of the true policy, which de- Th Seatator In remarking oa lb petWoo saM 1 mand. in our judgment, a eniirw revolution My only object is loaai! the attention of the jashing to pieces of the preseftt nauoaal senate to the memorial. It is presented after cornpct LtoJtr. the action of the senate, aa a protest against our js jt Med what the North can do ? De action, against lhe a:tiun in which, certainly, ' ttro, lna breed of doughface. Break every two-third of this body concurred. It protests ratn'of them upon the wheel, and bow salt up against our action, m being a breach of faith, ; on lne ground that grows them. There is no m involvings moral wrong, m destructive of olner remedy. If e are sold this time, Kftlr all ciaftfidaftM. aad m awbjaeiiftaT wa to the iM become a slave territory at once- Nebrf righteous judgment of the A mighty. It is wj probably follow suit, though extiaortfi presented, too, by a denomination of men call- .. eXertion roav Mve it. But it ia too much jno their bolv religion, and violating lis sacrea principles, and trutli, and Honor, ana getting up a document here which is offensive, and which D0 gentleman can indorse without violating all the rulee of courtesy, propriety, and of honor. There seems to be an attempt to file upon our table offensive documents, slander upon lan- der, libel after libel, in order that tho abolition press may copy it as coming from the record J0f the senate, and go back and give it credit in I the country. j The memorial purports to speak in the name 0f the Almighty, and In that name protests ,gainlt the Bill. It tells Congress plainly that I l f ,.MU. k LUC IJHICO Ul Li v a v v II nic imscu, unicorn vv v ! the bthesl of the abol twnitt. He had LT"at 1 respect for clergymen and their calling. He 1 had no doubt but thee memorialists were men ! 0f learning, intelligence, and respectability; but he was sure there could not be found, ' throughout the country, any other body of ' men, of equal number, who had mo ft ignorant fUpon this one subject upon which they now i protested. How many of them had ever read , the history of the act of 1820? Not one. How many of them had ever read the history and j the votes of the northern states repudiating at the time of the adoption of that very act ? ,Not one. How many of them had ever rend j the votes and proceedings of the acts of 1 8.ri0? j Not one. Yet they profess to speak the will of God upon a subject in relation to which they are profoundly ignorant they speak of the sanctity of national engagements. Did any ! one of these three thousand preachers tell their State in the name of the Almighty, tit! carea nothing personally for this or any other insults caused by the addresses of abolition confede rates. i The Game of War- The foreign news we publish to day, leaves it scarcely a matter of doubt th'tt the 'dogs of iufiery lust- From ,he Don 10 the Tlber' front the Thames to the Danube the trumpets and on every hand fleets and battalliot 8 are wheeling into line. Fancy staggers at the pros pective vision the grim and grisly bear of the UUVbl 1 U 1ISIUI :.. . . j . i B T T , . i 1 aiii ninna ho olanHfl lfi IkKU QTH at. 1,1V. TlfirW VUO ftliiuc lit uvniiua iovmo w w p - his grey lips and through lus snining leein bowls defiance at the wolf pack gathering to drive him from his prey. It will be a terrible combat up and down the Euxine, over the Principalities, through Po land and Hungary, and perhaps Italy and who knows but overleaping all barrier. France and Germany shall feel the . shock a mong their 'corn fields and hills of vines.' How the cannon will roar out the danoe music of havoc and death, and the musketry rain a devil's sonata" to desolation, and sabres and scimuera ring and flash mad with the fury and drunkenness of battle ! And for what ia all this to be ? For what, industry turned from the furrow, the sickle, the vineyard, the anvil, the trowel, aud the axe ? For what murder and rapine affrighting the still stillness of peaceful hamlet ? For what, slaughter and famine, and graves, and blackness, and ashes' over all the fair face of earth ? Let the half doten descendants of im perial and kingly robbers who sit on the great thrones of Europe, answer I It is for theii accursed lust that millions of people their helpless serfs and slaves are to be marshalled from the four quarters of tho globe, ranged fuce to face, to slay one another, and strew their brother carcasses in nameless graves. Of all these people to slaughtered, how few have any stake in the issue but their owu life or death. Tbey have no quarrel, Qf aiverse tongues and races, they seek not to destroy each other they knew not each other, until their masters fell out 1 No, they are to be the victims of war which Shelley calls "The statesman' game, the priest's delight," Their thorats are to be out, their limbs back ed and broken, th eir bodies mangled and scat tered, and their once happy hornei filled with widows and orphrns, and the loud wail of woe, to satisfy the foul and bloody ambition of kings Surely there must be some inscrutable purpose or the providence of a merciful God sanations not Buch war. N. . M. CfT Ready Mule Clothlnj can be bought cheap, t Swabacker's Clothing rStore, on Lisbon street. Give him a c ill, his stock can't bd beat ia this part of Ohio. Com one, porno all. Whits the Worth cast Do. The Tribvm indicate Id the following pars- graph tht stead which it thinks tha North (ho'd ? . . ... !- T. i. iV. k... iV.t lhe prwsent crisis. It i. the host that ... , aWa under thl swftsstBB Constitutwn.but baffled treachery. On the accomplished treason 0flne Kansas and AebrMka eoftswreoy, how mac mon intense should be the condemnation 0f tjje people who are betrayeJ, bow much, more blasting the judgment of mankind, f Thap men who would thus raffle o(T freedom fQr tj,e presidency would not hesitate to offer ,j,e Kingdom oflleaven at auction if the cfJUj unyihinn- by it. 0 t& The Hale who was eleotad to theJNew Hampshire Legislature, is not the Hon. John p , M juted, but William Hale , a regular 1 ' J Whig. MABBIAOE AOTICES. MAKKIKD On the 25th of March, 1854, by J- It. Moody, E.ip, Mr. John K. McLain, to Mis Adasiob Talbebt, all of Carroll co PROSPECTUS. o THE HOLT BIDLE IN SEPARATE VOLUMES o a , tui doob or books in it sixty six pasts. Edited and Published bv T. II. Stocktos, of Baltimore,. Md. Formerly Editor of tbe "Chrisliaa. 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Succeeding Volumes will vary In price, according to the number of pages no one costing more than tha first ; some, not more than a half, third, or fourth as in uch. Subscribers will bo informed, bv Circnlar, of tbe readi ness of the Volume for distribution : and then be prompt lv supplied, on reception of payment. No money dewed, until the Hook shall be ready. Explanatory Papers mav be had, on application (post paid,) by persons wishing further information of the plan. Address, as early as pMrticsDte, T. H. STOCKTON. 08 Lexington-st T Baltimore, Md, CARROLLTOV MARKETS. CAnnou,TON, March. SO, 1854. U ,00 Flour - Wheat -Timothy seed Butter - -Beeswax -Fish - - 1,25 2,00 12 25 " 6 .13 50 25 Clover seed Dried apples -Dried Peaches Eggs - - -Salt - -Hams - - -Sides - - -Shoulders - - 6,00 1,09 1,50 I 2,60 - 07 08 . 09 Oats - - Corn - - -Potatoes - OLEAVLAND MARKET. MOKNINU LEADER OFFICE, i Amu. 4, 1864. FLOUR We have small sales lo note at $5,50 lo l 50, as to quality. WHEAT Ranges from (1,30 to 1,40. CORN Offering at 50c. OATS The pi ice has not changed. Sales are mad at 15 to 80 on the cars. SEEDS Clover sells st 5, to 5,12,. Thereare smU transactions in Timoihy at .2,75. WHITE BEAKS Prices range from $1 to 1,25.-. We hear of small nales at first figures. 1'OIIK The demand is limited. We qnot sales ai $i:t. LARD We note small sales, by the bbl. at 84. EUGS- --The quoted rates, by thebbi areS to Be, UCTTEU-.-Fiom common to choice may be quoted at 8to 11c. ' RICK There Is a light stock in tho market. The ru tin? price is to 5$. PE&CI1K3 Peeled sell at lie per lb ; unpeeled, per bu. f 1.87 to 1.50. DRIED APPLES Prices hold at Sl.liJ. FISH White may be quoted al $U ; Trout, at 6,60 to 8. NEW YORK MARKET. FLOUR Prices easier, but not qunrnbly lower rsng ing at $7 to 7,87; 1,200 obis sold at f7 to 7. WHEAT. SrIbs of4,000 buhatpricesa trifle high er; Uenessee, (2,11. CORN Sales 30,000 bush at prioes a trlfic lower, from 15 to 81c- PUflAR Sales 100 bbl Orleans at 4ic. MOLASSES-- -Orleans dull at 2c. PORK -Prices a trifle lower, galas 800 bbl at H 05 to l:t,50. RE:;F --KaiketfliBi, with sn upward tendency. Solas oof 25B bbl. L ARD- Prices lower. Sals at 9.