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I ! April, 6. 1866 TRIPP A McOOT 3uu B. Tww, WattAM McCot E 8 TQB3 A I PBQfSICTOBS. Ta-wws One Duller snd Fif y Ceats par an neta. la iDvaci within the jear. a anrajo, Two Dolnas if not paid ' . L L ' r states ol AtJrertlsInf . One Sqiura, or lata, three intartloot, . . 1 00 aJU.uoaU iBMTt., a, jo I . . . . . ..... . . .kl. . kfl. II . IBM k. nn 1 k . . r- 1 - i -"-" ui, u . A AO 5,. R0o ; ' t .i i Colann ,00. .Off oc 15.0C. t 00. 10,'K) 14,00 ta.oa. " ihxo nm i on imet or tfW ot iolHl Wir ill be contiJ : t' J a leper CW-AjTerti,,.,, m.Ml , j,, t0 B4li r.nm k"?'l"?:,0,"0th b c cr lU" aJrciiljomtnw, , i 4 uatuorutrj oui, tua CDtrged fJT AdTertjkivj,,,,,, jkj ( bj Tcj ei waaaiM, to tr ra bm, aaak.' UtT Job Wot g ngtly and expadttkiusl; eiecuted at t . tt asiea, oa fj, norteit pocsiblt notice. LAY A 'ABOTItKR tl U r..,Hli ...X.. '.itatr,nt) Philadelphia, are our autboi Ued tgeuia Adtortitetntnta for us m that city. eat The Law of .Newspapers. 1, Su'jtcribers who do not give notict to tha contra tt, are coasldertd as wishing to contiaot tbclr subicrip tton. S. It tabaeribert ordtr the disaontlnutnce cf their naptrt, tha publisher may cuntiuut to tend tbtm uuiil all arraaragtt are paid. I. If tubtcrtbers neglect pr rtfuae to tike their pt rtodlttlt from tbt oBct to which they are directed, Ibey are bald reapontttila till they have it tiled the trill, and ordered thtot discontinued. A. If tabaerlbers remove to othar pltces without In farmliig the publishart, and tha papert are taut to the tortaer direction, thty are held respontible. . The Orjurtt btve deoided that, refuslne to tsk papers from tha office, or removing md luaving tbem anoaJW for, h prima facia evidence of Intentions! frsud. CarroUton. . nrtT.k.nfrWm IT & II pUb ' " ne:-1 h gurdin by order of said Court. Ketch s net taken from the office, are required to c v . . in. v. . , w , , , . ... jt why thty ire not ttken out. (3ee Post 0(. j um' Lbamb' r "nd Wolff of Louisville ap- paper 1 the rsattw' ice Instructions tnd Laws Tho Bosnia cat-, Cincinnati bat been all exciBlflent fo, eTer. al days past in conseriur -aP, of the Ro8u. Armstead case. Tl of trW dark mullato 0f about 16 years of ace who i oritrinallv huinnak tn l,.i, t.,u. d...;. I dent of th lT;t.',i ;t.r.. U. -r.u. ner tr, ,!,.Kt., -;r. ,.r.i ' n n. j )K'l k k C .--s-.-v. , ...u ut im iw . P1in'.s0n, an Episcopal clergyman, living in Louisville, Ky. A short time since, 3rs Den- niton died in Louisville, leaving a young babe; and Mr. Dcnnison requested a relative of the family, Or. Miller, then on a visit to Kentucky, and who was about to return to Virginia, to take charge of the girl Rosetta, whom he in tended as a nurse for his litt'u girl. The Dr. accordingly started for Wheeling with the gir' in charge, intending to go by the river, but the stage of the water prevented him, and be of necessity took the railroad, and arrived at Columbus on Saturday night, the 10th of March, and as the can did not run on Sunday, ha wu compelled to lay over The news soon pread through the city that a Slave was in their midst, and the Rev. Wm. B. Feriruson. r T-T --r -. - el ' a colored Baptist Minister, rqado complaint be fore the Judge of Probate, and tha Sheriff was dispatched, at 12 o'clock on that night, to take charge of the girl. Mr. Galloway, Mr. Carrington and Mr. Taylor were employed at counsel for tho girl, and Mr. Heath Hare, in behalf of the owner. The girl declaring (hatshedasired to remain io freedom in Ohio, and the legal question as to her rights being conceded, and being a mi nor, she was permitted to choose a guardian in the person of G. L. Van Slyke, of that city, who gave bonds and took charge of her. On Wednesday following, the I llh, Rev. Dc&n'son, the owner of the girl, called on Mr. Van Slyke add had an interview with her. Ml. Dennison told her that ho had come for tfce purpose of taking her homo with him If sho by the U. o. lommissioner, an officer possess withedto return; but as she was in a freo og " l'o-or to sit in judgment on the decis . . , , ... . . lions of any court deriving his authority sulely State, iho bad the liberty of goi-g or remain- ,unde. Uwj Rct aMei the (hivo iRWWlMli by iag at her option. The girl, after deliberating a competent tribunal, pronounced defective. -about a minute, said she believed sho should The prisoner is released. What follows? This prefer remaining in a fret State, rather tban to i defective warrant, no belt- r after this deeision w . i than a blank pteot of paper, is, in the hands of ... , . C!1 tl. Man nlil.in hiirilk her . I . . I. .1 ' retu.u tu o.ave.y. . good bye shook hands with her and parted, evidently ouch grieved at the loss of a favor its servant. The girl was then put in the em ploy of Dr. Coulter, of that City, where she remained until sho Was so summarily hurried to Cincinnati. On Thursday tha Cind, Dcnnison made oath before John L. Pendery an U, S. Commitsion aer. as follows. The U. S- America, Southern Dist ) Before of Obio, city of Cincinnati, s. s me, John L. Pendery, a Commissioner of the United Slates of America, for said District duly ap. pointed, personally came Henry IS. Dennison, of the State of Kentucky, county of Jefferson, and being first duly sworn, deposeth and says: that on or about the 8th day of March, A. p. 866, on negro girl, called "Rosetta," aged about 16 years, ofdark mulatto color, and a bout feet bigb, did escape from him the said arftant, to whom she owes service and labor in the State of Kentucky, to the Stale of Ohio, where sho is now supposed to be at this time. (Siguasl) HENRY M DENNISON. Upon this affidavit, Pendery issued his warrant for the arrest of lhe girl. On the next oreniog two gentlemen called at the residence of Dr Coulter, io Columbus, and demanded her st a fugitive start. While the Dr. went to a neat neighbor to give alarm, the two men aiezenl Rosette, pns oa each side, und bore her Li tbu carriage viich was in watting. She had on Milne,- bonne., shawl, gy other protec tion for out doov expsuTO. Thus was site hurriedly placed irl n closed carriage . driv en U tbe d"potacd traJvferrej to lhe cars a hout ready io start to CmcKuati; serra1 gen tlemen in Cincinnati were telegraphed I0t in forming thrm ofcth transaction, asking the.'u fo be prep-trcd to rn-et she pir'y on tboir srri vai Oa the ai rival of the officers there, Mr. Bell, tow partner of Mr. Chase, who was ab sent at Hillsborough, interfered, and upon his tiggcvion Rosetta was taken to the Woodruff we. where she ni aoviuitabtr priiJ.-.j for bj direetionof the MarabaJ. Oa She uaxt'and face vera badly Maided, aad hit clothes day, Saturday, the was commuted to jail opoa were much ton. but no ohtr ap parent Injury the order of Pendery, and remained there an i done bin. Wr are indebted to him for an ae- til Monday morning, the 86ih, when on appli- cation of bar (rienda. a writ of babaaa corpua waa allowed by Jndga Parker, of the Court of r,,mmnn PI.M . ., - . - mmon I seat, returnable forthwith, is obe- ilipnm !m wViikk - I L . . if n urougui migwun. : Mr UeOD'ann rnl kiii V,,. .it..... requaatei ttat the caae night be adjourned . . . T . r -. 'until -k. .... u l , ; until lD, n,xl mornmg, which waa dona. Mr. ' ' 'h... k.k.ir r .v :.i .j.i.-.-t.- -u..c, u ucuku . uieg.r., reueawu mai toe hJI n fit l.nt hkilr In tail n i . . 1 ..a n K - wnw. v a . . (iw 'UV11 iuv . .. 1(1 . I.: I . I . ., i - t ... ... tmnea tor bar at Ue Woodruff Houae. The ease waa heard bv Judv Prkr .nl KU . ' . . - gumrntt were made b; Mr. Cbaae and Mr. w.ii,.. On Thursday morninii, Judtie Parker ren dered bit decision declaring the warrant da- jfectite , and discharging the girl. An order j ! waa granted directing the release of the irirl from the cuttody ol :the U tj. Marabal, and ret- iyLVu" In tbe meantime, Kt- Uennnon, filed a new affidat it Hafore Ccmoiisboer Pendery, and a new warratt was iatued With this warratt Robinson re-arretted her after she had ben re.tored to Van blyke at the Woodruff House. Mr. Robinson appeared n the balcony of the bouse anu sna ; Fellow Citizens : In the came and bv the authority of tte United 8tatet, I, as United i W, .... i ..(,.. U...L i;i: k sfl States Marshal of the Southern district of Ohio, I 1 A !.. . . nnmmunn I'tii-n innii r 7in in u....n ha r...un.. . and insure my .irotccuon. I Hie girl was taken before Commissioner Pendery and the case was argued at lentrib. He took the caae under advisement until Tues day following (lit Tuesday ) On Friday last Jud Walker appeared in Judge Parker's CV.n, and asked that an at tachment be us';0d for the bodies of H. 11. Robinson, tbc Marshal nl Riv D.mnisou for a contempt, of lhe order of Court in sei- ing '.ae cr when she was placed in the hands mot cu iui uciv.iusiii.1 urn aiujiucy lur jut Van SI) ke, then made application for another writ of Habeas Corpus, and the court nnnoun ced that under the rdle"the trial for contempt would commence on Saturday morning. Henator Jugh appeared for the U. S. Mar. shal denouncing the granting of the writ of habeas corpus, and de. lared that no contemDt had been co muiitted : that Kosntta had heim I set at liberty by the Court and delivered tolintheway of buying goods for three or four ... - . . , ... .... ... K" u.' ,lnal lnere ' " 8.l,lnonl-v nueu, Jr mnven thn l.ourl to riiiunh m ...fur., m. sued against him in this instance, which motion was overruled by the Court. Soon Saturday the responses of the U S. Marshal Robinson and Rev. Mr. Dcnnison were read. The first motion waa tc arrest these two persons lor con tempt, tlsu second for a new writ of habeas cor pus. Chase and Walker addressed the Court. The case was taken under advhement until Monday last. W hat is the result in either case we have not learned. The caae of this girl, Roselta, presents sev eral points worthy attention, which are clearly set forth in the following, which we clip from the 0. S Jrunial : The aeiiurn of tho girl by Hie Marshal, on the warrant of the U. S Commissioners after such-Wirranl was declared hv n. comn.'li.nt tribunal defective, brintrs up the question of jurisdiction i twein the U. States and the State ! of Ohio. And what is i volved in this issue? Plainly this: whethei the Laws and Courts, and the Ministers of the Law of the' Slate of Ohio, have any independent power within her own borders; or, whether she holds her exis tenoe in subserviency to the laws of Congress and the officers created under them, without right to question their acts, or la interfere for the protection of her own citizens. Let it be borne in mind, the question is not whether the Laws, or the Courts of the U. Stales aotiug under constitutional law. have any power in Ohio; But, whether the Laws and Courts of Ohio, not contravening the con stitutiou of the U. States, have any power or vitality within her own borders, as against of ficers of the United States. The writ of Habeas Corpua is tho Citizen's Writ of Right, and stands next to the Consti talion in sacredness. There can be no ques tion but that this writ was rightfully issuutl in the caso of Rosetta. Tho warrant issuod the U . Marshal, held over anJ above tha Jeoisiou of the stale Courtsetting at defianoo Slate authority, and overriding the writ of ha beas corpus by violence. The question whether the girl was or was not a Slave, does not come up. The warrant under which she was arrested did not comply with lhe requirements of the fugitive law; and, outsdo of this law, neither the Commissioner or the Marshal had any power in the premises, Now, tbe point we wish to bring to the con sideration of ibe People of Ohio is this: Wheth er they can, or will, submit to have the decis ions ol their State Courts trodden under fool by officers of the United Slates, sitting in judg ment in their own oases, lie make no appeal to passion. We address ourselves to the sober judgment and common sense of the People. 11 this may be done in one case, it may be done in another. If tbe benefit of habeas corpus be denied to the lowest, it may bc denied to the highest. If the power and dignity of the State of Ohio may be set al defiance by a U- S. Marshal, what u to restrain any and all of the minions of tho Federal Government in our midst from denying any authority but that of the Federal Courts? JTiese questions are fair one, and must be answered. A law granting this kind of immunity was attempted to be forced through Congress at its last session. It did pass the donate. But it did not pass the House of Representative. Un til such a law is put on the statute books, we are safe in rebuking the impudence of petty officials within our own State limits. And when we are called upon to bow to the authority of such an enactment, it will be time enough to assert tne roguis ot tne state ot Unto under the Constitution against any outside power.' Rail It end Accident. A ad cata-.tropho occurred on Wednesday night of lest week, the J8th ult., on the Penn sylvania Railroad about 60 miles from Harris burh at a point called Jackson Narrows about five miles below Mill Creek. Mr. James P. Cummings of this place, was on tLe train at the time of the ssd occurrence, an.i aaong the injured. Hit rwhl hand count of the terrible teen. The train left Pittabtt'gb on Wednesday evrninir at JO o'clock Th niht ... sv 'cold and atormv. all thinm went nn muinii.l ... ... until about 4 o clock in the morning. About , . . . . 1Ucb,d fronl lhe B0UBUill iid, MtJ i, "ku ' oiuuniwo u anu nag sua !down Oit hill and rolled into the middle of the . . . . fuilroaj track. The watchman had diacorer- I... j : . i . I. . . . . . ru it, uu. wn udiuic ui reuuir nun account of ill weiffht. He U.eo-ran back and tried to trire tiffnt to the Eniincer. but hit Uuht went oul 4nd lh. voalM,T did not ,ee aa rock on- til it wat too late. He reerad tha machine. tvnl t. ..t .A llm. rt .kiall. I n . n lk. K v. L .. WU. 1111 UUl UUIC W . UIP.IC Vmj n u UV VI .. ' Tba train was running at about 30 miles an hour. Tbe locomotive struck the rock and was 'thrown off the track, turninir bottom upwards. The tender and baggage car broke loot, and . 6 , , . rM off ,n one auction, and the first paasenger car m another. The first passencer car oleared the loeomotive with little injury, and those in it n unhnn. Bol the mmi p.itener Cllr in which Mr. Cummings was. shared a worse fate. It ran into the locomotive and was smash- d all to pieces-one side waa entirely broken off. The aeats were nearly all broken the ''"P" knocked down -and the hot steam pour- lng into the car severely scalded several pas- sengers. i ne scene wae one or ntrror mucii . 1 t . k more easily imagined than describod There in utter darkness, almost suffocated to death by . U.i aAAA. Ki. Pitrnminrfi tauo Mr.ir fumH Mr. Cummings says "there came 11 IV s.CrtOJ a stream into my face and I fell to the floor. TT1 .kT7. M-.,..a. w . nn. uu .uiw unit i .vui.m vi - - msnt." The Engineer and Fireman were badly mangled, their skull, were broken in. and life , . . . ... was despaired of when Mr. Cummmgs le t there. Ho arrived at Philadelphia on Thursday evening at six o'clock, in rather bad plight.- . ,. , ..... ,, , Ho says in nit letter or the Win to ar. oucn his partner here, "Mf face, ears and right wtist and arm are very badly scalded. I will not be able to do anything days.' inese are aoout an ine lacts given uy .. , . 11 .1 I l. Mr. Cummings in his letter. Thn I leveland Leader of Monday contains a tlat 'ment very similar to tho above with this addition: ' lhe other oars had Deen deiacnea and escaped injury; but those already mention- ed presented the most singular piece of ruin tnat could be imagined The escape of Mr. Martin, the baggage mas- ter. was almost miraculous. The car was crushed in on both sides, and the bottom was aomnUtelf shattered. He seems to have saved himself by clinging to the bar on the top. - Sixteen persons were scalded, one of wh m died" Since writing the above, Mr. Couch receiv ml n. Ki.fn ni ltiiter from Mr. Cumminir.t in which tj.,j . ,1 pi i..i, he says, the Lngineer and Jhremun are both 5 both dead. Prt'kpay your Posltige. Bvthu act of March 31. all letters to places the other day, when lecturing about theoaas ill within the United States must bo pas-PAtn. the girl 'Rosetta' that was not a qu -lion of The Postmaster at this place, Mr. 2blan. to ery. bu. - question of comity heiweei, aia r 1 ter States. 1 Ins man Irom Mas .acliuselts hail avoid any difficulty or delay.and consequent not mM,d with Slavery. T'lere is no pre loss, by letters being dropped into lhe "Letter- lenoo t,at he had interfered with tho rights of Box" has closed his window, and persons send-' others in the least. He had avowed his di.s. inir letters through the office are required to pass them directly into his hands. This will be continued a few weeks until persons beoome ac quainted with the requisitions of the law. Tho following instructions in regard to pre- . t 1.,... unilui i V. ii nie 1 a m arkra DJtvrneii. oi misi,t.i" "i ..v.. ... , ---- J in ii v v i pro-Slavery oreed among us. He c;tme here communicated to the I ost Maslor at New lork for r) purp0M of persUBding a former Slave of by Assistant Post Master General King, in an j his to return with him to bondage. He ap swer to special inquiries relativo thereto, to pealed to her, and urged that she should go which business ov n.pvticularly would do well hack with him. No one disturbed him. or con- I spired to injure htm Such is the 'comiiy' of to pay attention : ,he frM N()rtl) Contri)gl lt witi, lhj(1 Hcl of lhtJ 1, The act of 3d MaVoh, 1865, making no South. In view of these things let no one won- provision for unpaid letters to places within the der that there is an intense feeling of opposi- . .. ..... . . j ..ii : .i . oi : .a,, r , mi. o . l Untied oiaies, OU mo sarne or uy luuuwinjj tion to oiavery in me tree Dimes. me cnuin any such imp tid letter or letters being put into has had a warning of the feeling Let it be lt Post Ollice, the Postmaster thereof will post ware how it aggravates the sentiment by toler up conspicuously in his office, a list of the ating such gross outrages as this Greensboro' same stating that they are held for postage.. affair.- 0. S, Journal. Ifnot attended to, such letters must be return- :o. ed monthly to the Dead Letter Office. T()K Rgl0v or Art In womjerfu) agei 2. Letters part paid should be despatched, Art lays her master toucnes on almost eveiy charged with the additional postage due at the thing. The ceiling over us and lhe carpets we prepaid rate, according to distance, established tread on, are hallowed by Art. Art winds the by said aot, except where the omission to pay railway through the mountains and the mud: tho correct amount is known to have been in- makes her machines of wood and iron, to act as tentional.when they should bi treated the same if with knowledge and annihilates space witb as wholly unpaid. ligbmiDg tamed down to the tutelage of a boy. 8 It is proper to forward letter when re- Nothing is loo lofty for her touch and nothing ouested in writing. When forwarded, no ad- too hnmblo. A new proof of this old convic- ditional postage should be charged if tho let- t'on, has just fallen under our notice, in the ter contrary to its address, has been misscnt. shape of a Cathartic Pili, from the Labora- If ii has been sent according toils adJress.and tory of that world renowned Chemist Doct. J. then forwarded, it must be charged with addi- C. Arxa. ...... , j .i ik. nra.naid rnte acoordintr to H "e understand the subject, ho has carried distance established by the act of March 3, ore -r....ij lOi.Ji H1U1DBIIIU. , . ., ., 4. Ship letters, as they cannot be vnytui. and are not supposed to be embraced m the new act. wu. continue -si-- b!y to provisions of the 1 5th section of the act of Marcn t, ioxo. " Barnvm Again. P.T. Darnum.the 'Prince of Humbugs.' who has lately turned 'State's .rrain.t himse f and made onMic the " rr . .... .u. '.... I k 1 . k t. n J...inaS t Vi a nafinld anil means oy wmvu uv tiwoi.v ywtv ..v um uuouie situ swindled them out of their funds, is now enga- ged io getting up a "grand, magnificent baby think this may be safely characterised as the show," to take place on the fifth.sixth and sev- consummation of Art ia its line. Morning enth of June next. The highest premium for j Ne1' Balt- children one year old is one hundred dollars. , fyTbe Governor of Wisconsin has vetoed Whether this expedition will prove as success- .t the Prohibitory Liquor Law. Great excite ful as his "little toaby show," (General Tom ment-io consequence. It is said the Legisla mkut , L I ,ar P -mother law. Perhaps the Gov- inumu; '" " We presume that the' Buckeyes" will not be out-done in the coming contest of "prise Yan- kees." "Moll, 8tark"can have another chance tor an exhibition ol her -two legged babies."- n . , ,k d ii. .i .k u Great nation this, Barnum will-reap the har- vest let who will be the 'cradlers-' FKOM EUROPE. Al'IlUL (iF TIC MA. New You. March 90. The Aaia armed at Halifax at 9 o'clock on . . -j.. inurtaay Diffni Th. m.nifto aaaaad kai the n.w Emnernr nf '.. ., , j. Ku.a.a. it or an nap.raiintf enai.cie.. rmoK In th vmlrtior al hit hither In innruvn lhj oonduion of hi. troop, and declaring hit ad herencfc to bit father t Dlant. in thie resDe-l. to nerenee io nit istner t pians, in inn r. spe t.to th. I.,,i nztent. The " exclude. thut May the tacrea mfmory of fi.cbolat in .ah. r.ntn a l.r,A, tr I H. l..u .n.l mil ID 111 I'll I nil, . v i I V. 1 . u . . i. .uu ... ... ---. " "7...,.- ,l. V , I .... . W ... . n mnmaai. rtf vi.w.iaiti ha irni,ik, amnntr them ate. that he advieed Alexander' to make Peace- eTe0 l lhe crifil:e of R1"'1" 'nflutnee . L Tit I- Ll - kll.L. 1 J L I I i me in oihck oca, as iii .uu.in, nau not ueuertu , . , . , . II . I. ine nnij.y rrruou aiiihic, Thi ia regarded as doubtful. Tn. Vi.nn. nnnfipnM fnrmkHu m.f nn iriA 15:h of March, There were pretent on two English, t.o Austrian, and two Turkish Representatives, JJJ Jl " on the general basis ol nego- ti.tion. Lrminuir! .iifHctnrilv unci the Rur. sian Represeniataiivee accepted verbally interpretation of tie All.ea. the """T" ",c " - wniilil Kh enn ent wi hnti the ili lnn t ton nf S. D . .A... ,..., I ..J 1 - - .,,, ..1 Napoleon absolutely insists on that condi- I lion, The mission of Gen. Udell to France com- pletely failed. . .7 ' . ... ----- . i . U9m iciunri iu nuueue w viii- tiKkiy wiiu I tne Allies, and will not therefore be admitted to participate in lhe conference, The latest dates from Sevastopol are to the r . L n.t. : . ' i 0lJ 1UNl- j , - . ff be his opened out a tailor shop, in the room formerly t0"l0a:ffrC'' , ... ...... .Joccupied b,N. Burger,-, bat Store, on M.in Mreet, ' ipe wetu was cuuicr uu me ueajiii oi the troops improving. Father particul ar. of the storming of the Russian Redouble by the French, show that' wd'bown up by lhe French being untemtbie. JUefrencij loss was iuu kiii.i ana juu wuLndi;d- . . -. .1 The Kngsmns were lortitying the valley of rnk(.rm(ln An official French despatch says the gje works are proceeding with tho greatest activity. The reported death of the Grand Duke Mi chael was false, lie and his brother bad left the Crimea for St. Pelersburgh. Menseliikoff had gone to Moscow. Gen. Osiensacken was in command within SevasiOjiol, and Gen Luders at Odessa. The Hoeback committee was continuing its investigations with lhe war; collecting evidence of the worst mismanairement Parliamentary proceedings unimportant, V Kmp-ror Napol-un's visit to the Crimea lis doubtful as ever. Thg Qen Forry of mtrirui,lg with the Prusiiane at Sevastopol is denied by . i ii- ..... i .. . 1- : ii.. j we aji.'.isuy, uui rorry ii recaneu lhe Uejgian ministerial crisis continues. The Spanish Cortel have had Cuban BlTairs brouh bet'oie them, and r commendation from Gt-n, Concha to make liberal concessions to the Cubans A new Bavarian loan of 165,000,000 Thalcrs is announced. I 'omitt DurwKiN SiaTEft Statks.' The lei- ter we iave yesterday from Greensboro. Geor- p ' . niHiinr.r in which a tree citl- : gun 0f Uassachuseits was treated in that pat riotic and oonsiiiuiion abiding hiaie, cou.l not fail to attract attention. It is a fine commen tary on the lesson the .Statesman was ! acliinii ! approval ol Slavery-and for this, a Freeman of ? t " , , , 1 r " " ' " iui ana violent manner. Contrast this with the treatment of the Rev erned Mr. Denison, lh it pious and exemplary pro-Slavery Divine, while in this city and this I State, lie did not hesitate to avow his odious that article to the farthest perfection of which it is capable. Instead of employing Diul's in its ",. 1 1 I .L composition, as we had always thought the ne- he eonsuma(e ikm tractod the virtue, of the medicines to be empioved aDd combined them alone in their it rt0 ther ne composition is then mixed Rn(1 roec( Dy machinery and steam power, into I .....It n!lt nlii.l. la wrunmul in nn anv.tnnu k CJITTIVIHl kl 1 1 1 " 11 1 - 1. ID n ,in.u 1 1 1 t ,1 niiinjji of gitlatine, for protection from the effects of weaiher, or time, and then thickly coated with V .' 8r,.,," ". lo. P"r" P' Not arilhcmnilinrv ull I Ii in 1 -ihi ipld n rfpi't inn thkti r i .c. U..LI:. i .k . ' . . . ... - re tiuereu to wie i uoiio at, icsn t-wni utit; oeiti eaoo However humble the department, we lernor likes a 'drap of the orathure. , etJTRiuBBS Hitohoocx, one of the most em . . ' . ... . ment Jurists of the State has resigned r... or- fie; the resigriat.on W take p we on the 0th APn'' l " B11 tht he w to Uke tD, "reSt of Clevtland & Ma)loning Railroad Company. New 2t&ocitiscmcnts. anmery f n SAiX THE under -i. ned oaftr for tla their Tannery, ! attune in HatbiugtuL t'ki.ehip, CVnttU eo. U.. a- "0M 4 mm "orth ' " ' rht : " av. isu convri.i,, t, k nut , I. conn.tl -h-:t 1 1 . rd .. ....... ... k - . J . . r . .... "M") umiiwii oh in. prvniwei I April I 18J5 tt HUUH DOS .Mi 0 71 h it htiiebl lIVlii hm ill, mb.cribar. V I . D4(. UDI., fb u;1, ""'"J ,r ""a Doaaiaf. Ze. . WW ncu a.- Mrcu.u.f ol ' j tur nnwvivn KiiliKRr H. DOWNIXO April a im. 8. TUT fit ftB v fJV M A Iff . 'I'll 1 AND TaCfful OrnamTlt tO Wman 111 Hi II UK IlK-IOUHt ; .. ., j u t. u u Trirr.uveu to restore ni.r on ny neio it.it ts ou "";8,ll?r.u. . J. C, HAXTKi , Druggist, Apiili, 1846 if Agent fur Carroll Co. G0 P. . Milfl & CO . WU UblLI DIALERS III ,, ... .... i A. ailQ loUlCSlIC VW U000!', "ey 4 t , 61 Wood street, Pit aburgh, " acaiioo wiurcrDBaiae ru. skao ..www, . irn , . n n r iTi- i fOrt DTiL'U7i ZTlZZl. Z77S:m A FULL AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT FOR THE tH'RIN'i SALHS, -p0 wbch lDev mviU; the attention of lhe trade. . .. . 185& 4m frailoring, riuir, unaersisneu wouiu retuecnuiiv iu..u. the citizen's of Carrollton and vicinity, that where he is prepared to execute all won in nw nue up- on the shortest notice, and in the most approved ttyle. give him a call DAW M. JACKSON. April 6. lbo. ly. . M 11771 lYiui iy auicu. T would take this method ot requesting tnose 1 indebted to me, io call and pay their sev- erB mxoui.u md notes, is quick as postible, is 1 am anxious to leave here as soon as I can, and as I have ...kl.. in ti..n nm h.re nulv the rn'l.'rt illll of mv tC 1 1 W 1 1' . I . i, ' " L l-- - - V 1 -- . counts, I will receive it as a great lavor if my frieudi will call soon. It IS not my desire to be compelled to MM any person. Yours Ketpectfully, JOHN H. BKACK1N, Of the late firm of Cummings & Brtckin, Anril 6. 18S6 tr. N, If All ate. ui.ts, notes not ptld soon will be left for collection. EG THK undersigned takes this method of inform- ' lieuitiaei.- of Ui .olllon and vicinity, that he has commenced the above business, and is prepared to earryitoniiisllUs various b.-nches, In the huil.ling lor.ne. ly occupied by John 0 Buck, as a Tavern Stand, JTsk Sireet, Oar.olltou, where he will be hippy to wait upon the public. He, ah,o, keeps constantly on hand a large lot of mOVMfUMB, CAKES, SMALL BEER, And other articles, all of which he is determined to fell ci.ea'i lor easn. release cite turn it can ueioro pu.unas- it i-Newlini... a. ni lie insures a sale. Ma. eh 11 'M If. JACOB KTANLRT. D.SaOLUriON OF PARTNERSHIP. Tim pa. tiiership heriotnre known as Fibber, Ai.der mini Co. bis been dissolved, by the wlilidrawl of Samuel Fisher from the said lirin. Tho business wfll hers titer bec'iiiducted in all its branohej, by William Fi.her and lame Atiderson.under the name and ttyle ol 1 ftsitrd dsitfsrwsw. lW All persons kno ving themsel ;cs Indebted to the Into was, in any way, will cdll and nettlo tnetr rcepec nvo leenniits. mini b lore We 1st I lpnt -A- then .ill IS U" li ectin.t 'tl.id will bo i- led In I n hamlt nf '.(fleer I WILLIAM I'l KID fm SOI JA ..Ha liKlttlN. 55. Iui. t'.ii.tii.i, 0. ilnieh $2 1UBEK GREEN-fi ESTATE .fii that the subscriber ha been Kutioe i i.-i- . ie.1 . er.-bv alveii ti: i auafTfied at fc'iecutrii ol the Isst Will d Te-!..mei t Oreen. decaeaei, lit el Oar- ewrv.Ohl . HA.: tlI UHEBN. March 29. 18.')6 3w, 'EDWARD POSTER'S STATS. Netiee is borabj t(Vi h ur.si nbe. baa been ppoJuied qualified - Ex- eutor of the list W ill and fi slann ..I ui Edaanl Fo-'ei, dic aved, hue of C.tr I noufilV, O.i" JOHN M. BRYANT March 29 1R55 3w. DAY ID DAVIS' i. STATE. Notice is In i eb ivrn that thu subscribe! has been appointed ami qualified as Executor of the list Will and Testaiiio.it ol Vnid avi, deceased, Utte ot Car roll oouniy, Ohio. OEOUGB DAVIS. Marcli 96, 1 855 3w. MARY H GAMAN's EST..TE Notice its hi-rohv ii vo u that the suhorHioi' i,ns beett apointed and qualified as Ad.iih.istri.or on lhe K oi Mary nagan.aii, ueceaseti, ntte oi oa. roil county, Al,... .I Jl'lTvitV MliMlliV March 9. 1855. Sw. PBOSPECTUS Family & School Instructor, A moutbly Magazine of forty pages, published ty the officers and students of lit. Union Seminary ; and devo ted to the three lol lowing objects: First A Repository of Science tod Art, and of Lit erature, based only upon the Truth and Aight, and de veloping to man the successive steps of his Progress to a more glorious Future and loan Iuimoital Destiny. Skconu, Tbe United States Interests of the family and School. Tuiro, The Qeueral Improvement of Society. Noar licle will be inserted of doubtful morality. We humbly trust to be able to furnish permanently interesting and profitable matter suitable for binding in a volume for fu ture reading. The delieent reader and thinker, wfll be ! furnished with as much real, practical instruction in lhe single department of Tkachino.ss is commonly acquir ed in a "quarter's schooling." As no one cm be abso lutely neutral in matters involving the cardinal interests ol our neighbor, so we shall strive to contribute to a pure, primitive Christianity und to a just and republican polity, unmixed with sectarianism, dogmatfsm,or tyranny. r mm m In advance, One copy for one year, tl,2fi " Fire copies " 6,00 " Ten copies " 11,50 " Twenty five copies one year 26.00 To members of a club, wo will send to any office or change tbe pott offloe address whenever requested. Anv Demon obtainine tinele subscriptions at J1.2S may retain ior commission, all above the club prices, and . . intHen nep oeui inuiuuiuuiv. Kuitiuui of week lies or monthlies, giving tins rros pectus one insertion (including this note) tnd inviting attention to it, will be entitled to a copy of the Instruc tor To.- one year. Back numbers supplied. Address, U. w. maiohuiw, lit Union, Stark Co., Ohio. March 28 '55. m2m I offer at private sale tbe following described prom is ee, situate In Lee township, Carroll county, Ohio, to wit : 80 acres f land, 60 of which is unde.- good cul tivation the balance well timbered on which is eree. ted a good steam and water grist and saw mill ; a good j ut i - .,Wnn,..K.r. rt.i 1 k.,il. in . I . ZSlZS il ofthe Scribe? on the premises. If by letter, direct (post paid) to Harlom Spriues, Carroll Co., Tbio. r P ' MICIIAKL BOOP. March 25, 1855. 3w. lRi i. FOR 1855: I'a a beaut. 1 . n . . . 1- l.i'rrarute, bt !.' VV-ni: l b paeilkbed hrrrfi ... I. r A , iiil part of A4 mm aaeb, r tu.uuic Ka.txIlwhW aid) litf b S r mi.a Ao d Cat Uluttrtiloot ; , .. u , ubcribir aiii aa Atra U luutieu nu I kg aul u Ktrgant Saiboeatd fever fc,r b... i!.ik ibe Vo.uaie ; tt OnJ? 99 per year ia tj Taner. Z l "erf vionihlt bj Agn ta, 10 centi per i U U i XKW AMERICAN' If now read; . . Iwikv. u.iiy NkW VuLrHI of lit I bv I'baiigea . J iiupforcmenu apoktn of kera- i ora. mfm. u In pimmh inn., m. ...i .ill ner In connrctnn. with thr twue lor tht romlnf ear Onp ttriking letiute ol ibe work in iu ne form, U1 ! be itt tdaptioi. to make, a hen bound, a perfect tnd tMaattfol coo. This It econip.lthed bj dltpennlng with the monthly recurrence oi dttet, Mtgulne head ings, tnd ill temporary raiding u.atttr; such it monthly newt iteoit, bu.iii.en talk with tubteritci, Ac., leasing the entire work to be occupied with engrisiag and rea ding nutter of the moat select inu eaauring character. Another will be lilt limit tone etlirin . h.i.rlr anil elegance of Its Litoniure. Hantolthe tWett pent of shich .I I k it Ii lu.uisn or gin., arueies, to wn'cb will br added, occumoi.tilt , fwleriiont iram a- mo.,g ibe m.jt nr. ind interesting productions of tht American and Foreign Pre.. Th Lett.r pr, and Efgrsvmee to beol the high.- unler the lillrr ilonp. for ibe yer, will be worth the piierof the volume. Our volume opens propHrlt will, J t.a ; but nei ther its matter no. appendage ol dales wilt eoi.Bne its ooaimenceniriit to iny Mrticultr month Bulmcribert, therefore, commenciitg itt an) tim- duiing th. yeir.msy receive each of lhe iis"iber BWAkkasj tht A.': uil for 1848. The firm nu.nb. . oi fs. I. snsweru tr 'o Jan- uary, I. .already pui.ii.h.d fart 1. Haras be rudy DsSIOrtt tM CrOMilt lifl't'luhfi Si; I ts-r rihef-. ACPIitf and persona desiring tpecime. . t .henhre be tur- nubed with Parti imn.rdutel). n willsei.d single numbers sa specimens 10 am op irmitting u. t P. 0. tumps. Address, B K. MALTBY. CLiriLAXn, Obio. March 29, 1855. "PATTON HOUSE " CARROIiLTON, OHIO. C 0. McKEE has taken the above house and A- invites his friends and the public generally to give him a call. Every attention requi-iis to ren der hfc customers comlortable will be given. No. 13. Co-partnership Noiice The undereigncd htve forroed )Co .p,rlBmhip j,, (he mercantile business, and hope the liberal patronage extended to the "old firm" will be continued with the ew. J . P. CJMMIN'GS. ELI COUCH. Carcllton, March 10. 1856. HANGINGS. IV'K are now receiving one of the largest and ' best selected stocks of Wall Papert aud Bordeis ever before offered. Our slock is all new this Spring lor ZiinR Kooru aud Chamber Papert, In evary va- riet,0i gl,t,lia QU4Kt Velvet aud common iordersof nsw g J Trt Window Shades. Flg'd and Plain with pMni Fixtllre8. p,, (&,. jj,ue tnd Fig d Window Bin ds and Fireboard Screens in great variety of patterns. Wi.h m extensive assortment io select from, tnd low pinion, w.c.pwi iu pmasc uiuc .u,. muii kiw un . cat. ait-nun r.i i. o w., joksellers, Sutioners and Paper Ilvalers, Via ker tiueet Steubei.villi, Obio. March 15, 1855 tf. STOVE DEPOT mm - m mm m: WHOLESALE Nl KE AIL DKALKR lh CORPGR, TIN, BRASS. AND IKON WARE, One door Wt of tin tna an Qiueu Houtt" nad mediately Emi if 'he Paitvulluuie'' Mum S. A UM UU ..OHIO. Hsvi Irots Id -.si ll west the a , aha 1 1 '.ne ibove fauitti , . , .,, si d latins on hsnd alargeasa rl .. ir ParUii fiauk'in and Heat IftSKoi -. PI u - Oralse, Fire-fronis, Ta K'-"les,S nl h ens ft.' irobnee this opportunity o reterulns, mv titan -s le n aaerees settaeters md the public KSMitlly, fcl Mb ibert pat. onse they hawj petiowed tte, and Mi ounct thai I am again at their erviot and am determined tc ll a Uitle lower than tm ml r . -stahii-.brjirii.in thii ,.;ac er elsewhere 1 kr' p ei.i.stanily un lia d a full .ueplv i f the above enmue. ned a. ielen, toic her with an loeHml SSSSS timt of Chui . Pumps, Metal Pumps and Hullo wire ol all description. Call and see 'or yourselves. COPPkR. TIN, BURST IRON, tM- DRABS WIRE Manufactured to order, and mending dr e,on the tnort est noiice House Spouting, in all its branches- prompt ly i.'xecuted. A constant supply of Cupper a.id Aitts Kettles, and a superior quality of tin ware Itt pr DVJ hand, which I will sell low for cash, or approved country pro duct! in hand Persona desiri e; to pu.rhaso auythiui; in my line will do well to gjvi me a call b. iore purchas ing elseo here, u. I am detet mined uot to b" uitder-'i.M bvmy. . L BEST. March ii-'55. tf. j McDHWLL!' & CO, wn LtsALi inu si iail ROOKS F L L h R S 8'J A TI OK ERS P A F E R D 1! A I. E H S . AND Iili AK BOOK MAKI Kit TI K Ellis. STEUBEKVILLE OHIO. IE EEP always qu hand a large assortment of School, 4edical and Misceilai . at I oils. Plain and Auled Cap and Xette. Pat ers I P.ii.liiiir and Wutn ! ping Papers of all sizes, Note Pspvrs, Envelopes Steel Pens, and all kinds of Stationary 7"hey are preparer! to fill al! ciders from Merchants, .School Committees, Teachers at d oiha.s at low prices. Having a bindery connected with our establishment, we ire prepared to make all kit dt i BUnks foi Rail, roads, Insuiance Conipaniss, CouptJ Offieerr, 2anks Merchants, &c. Printed w..rk bnuifl to inder. At wo' use the best quality of stock. and en plm the best) work men, our work will compare favorably with 'hat ol any othar Bindery in the State, flanks of tali kind l'.igcd to order. The highest market price paid for Rags and Tain er's Scraps. McDowell a no. Sleubenvillt, Hatch IS, 1866. tf. DISSOLUTION OF P ART NE RS H I P rpHE Partnership here'tofore Existing be tween Cummings k JJraekin his this day bee,, dissolved by mutual consent those indebted to us w ' please call at the old Stand tod settle thtir accounts Those having claims against us will prefent the ttmefoi payment. J. P. CTTMMING8. JOHX ti, i5HACKIK. Carrollton, March 2 2d 1866. tf. A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY. PROFITABLE aVU HONORABLE KM PLOT Id SAT. The Subscriber is desirous of having a agent in each county and town of the Union. A capital of from f,6 to 10 only wilt be required aud anything like an efficient energetic man can make from three to fire dollars per day, indeed some t)f the Agents now employed are resizing twioe that sum. Every information will be given by addressing (postage paid.) WM. A. KIN'SLEB, Box 1228, Philadelphia, Pa., Pott Office March if "65. 3t. Hariware! Hardware II The subscribers take this method of informiugtbe pub lic that they ha e opened a Hardware Store in Waynes' burgb where they keep constantly on hand, lion, Nails Paints, Oils, Varnish, Glass, Sash, iocks, Latches, Car riage Trimmings, Saddlery Hardware and io fact, every thing usually kept in such Stores. Le solicit a thai e of the publlo patronage- A K. R0HIN50N 4 C, Carpenters and Coopers-I have a full nwortment of Tools, used by yon. ttich as Saw. Hand and r. I Cat, Chisels, tr., to. A. K. KOBIWSOS A To.