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tI)c atioll Jrrcc JJrcos irrtnton, - - - Thursday, Not. 15, 1856 TRIPP & McCOY. jui H Tifp, William McCoi EN IMS AND PROPRIETORS. n n..ll.. l L':r n . r vu. vn uu 'iii v..ni iur an- num. m a. rases, Two DoLUU.il not paid PHbin .-c year. . . . Unicoi A-vert i.li.S. A)a.l1uara,orleaf,Ueai..serUoU., -.. l 00 KaehaUiiMotltiiMrtbu, io ,i . . ' "' .v t 4,50. 5,00. 6,00. 8,00. 11,00. ,6o. !'.VJ f 4 j Oolumn " i a a 1 00. " ' 7,50. ' ' li.oo. " lft.ov. - I j,' I Tsu bus or less o( soHJ JJicvicr sill tc cousiJ , . . . .. t tl.j. mini ' IW-Airertucrs must dc pan., ii .r .oui... - lM!r of lnserti.)os on the face of lliiir sdvertiaesnaats m cr wntfc.pub.lshedunUlorderc.Jau., a-.J charged ' accordingly. OT Advertisement. 8hoM be banded in ly Trn PAT uoasiae, o .".u.e rjr- Jo. W'ua mat! iiid i-sn.Ji..uu o tulcJ j jjj, i 4 ji. oliee, ou lU fhoi test u-.lble noli. e. BfUMO. A. CBOFL'T, 1'i South ft tree,. 1 rsTsawsa, rfclMshkhhttrB-il''--' -g I hAdveriiseiaenUtur us ii. that city. -' TUel-uw ol t wspii vra. ! k Buhseriber who do not give notice la N ,j .re considered as bhii.K lo eo.uiuue thei. u,''nH' m- M . ,K m t. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their paoers, the .iibnslicr may coutuiue lo scnu tluni uiuil' all arrearage, sr. paid. . If subscribers neglect or rcf.i-c to ik tl,eir pc riodictls from the olliee to which they are directed, they I are heM reM.le , ill the, Lave titled the bill and ! ordcredtheii discontinued. i 4. If subscriber remove to other places wilho.t in- j t l. -.....! -..a .v.,. i... ' luriumn mc jp-jH-ito.., ,.iv rnr, .... en. ...v lonu.r direction, they are held responsible . The Courts have decided that, n lusi. if; to take paper,! from tlie olliee, or removing and leaving tln in uiioallcd for, is iiriwiaueia evidence ot inton.'ioi il Ir.cid. fcff Postmasters who notify apaMMfcaf thai a Mw8 pipe Is mil taken Ir mi the olliee, ttfe reqalf d lo hrf th. rcai an why thei aro not tulca out (Sec I'.-l (I i -e liislrruc.ions and Laws. Klow Koihingitm is 'like lightning, H terer Strikes twice in the same place!!!!' . . . . : .!.! J...I ll r .. I ijt no in in gainsiiy .ni ueciiirai ion, ior oe it understood, it is from Jiigh nuthority, the Democratic Dictionary!! How is liie case? One year ago Know Xothingism swept over he State of Massachusetts, like a prane fire, Tocarry out the brilli:rt iJea of, the Pierce Democracy, it struck the state like lightning, The year 1855, rolls nround. and how stands ibe case? Another streak'of blue lightning, jaro) and arouses the Pierce Lions from their jair. Nothing but smoky ruins are seen, where' stoud thi! '(rand nimy of QwftriMttl pihciuls on that memorable tlay, Poor Piciceism is well nigh washed out of the old 0nf Mate, Out of 138,021 voles cast but 35,028, wciu for the administration!! Mak ing 67, 1)68 of a majorityagainst this people forsnkeu Administration. Such lightning, so terrific and grand, caused the (ioveriiment of ficials of the old Ray Stale, to stand ngt.asl, mverpoweied and subdued. The watch tower of Domjcra. y at Washington city, was mount, ed by Uea, Pierce and his stall', to behold the scene. Scarce had the dark and poftMtkMsl atorm cloud, passed over the fields of .Massa chusetts till the old B-UpiN Slate was lighted up wjth red glare ol Know-notiiingism alias anti-Democratic lightning! From the head of the Mohawk to the mouth of the Hudson, was beard that same th'inder, until the cloud gath ering in size and doubly charged with electric Ry. strikes with deafening resound up in the iaslern Shores of Man land. Whilst in the meantime the red dickering light that ever and anon Hashes upon the vision of lieu. Pierce and his slalf, from the far West, denotes nn Utipropitious storm, for the future political har vests. And now that Know-notbingism has struck the old bay state a rccoi.d time, and blighted the Presidential prospects in thu Um pire State; tho Republican thunders greet their cars from the State of many lakes!' Where shall tins puny Administration hide il. guilty In-id? Verily already doth il seem meet, for it to call upon the rocks to cover its .corrupt and sin begirt carcass. rr i i i i i . i This Administration has scarce- Iriends e- , , .. , nough left in Massachusetts and New York 10 fill the poBt olnces. Let cheers tremendous cheers riproariovsl go up for the tlorious freedom of the old Hay nod Empire States. Let the Republicans nmi Know Xolhingsof , the North unite in one common party, as they did in Ohio, mid the Pierce pro sl tyi ry, Don gins and Shannon. South Carolina firo eatinc, jb'nion dissolving Democracy, will be clean e d from the lb rash -M of every state North of If aon and Ui. kson's line in the Presidential con test of J 1)56. So mote it be! Jlest assured, thai there are states south of that line, a majority of whoso citizens, are op- I, .1. . m t poseu 10 in at uccuracu system ol slavey nronsirandism.tl.at has so k'nominiouslv diy- ' tinguished the present Administration. Hcst assured I It it t the people of some of those Btate. k U 1 ...i;..,...i ,1 : -t'V - ' u " - Miiiijiug nuu uie- ruling uoi.i i inc. 01 illioun that are now so lovingly hugged by General , Pierce and his WUalHtaa. Heat assured ..but (tlre are tens of thousnnds south of that line ,whfr are in unity of sentiment wiih Ci hsius M. ( 'Liv e( hi 1 1 1 1 1 1-L . imnn tlw. Hill ,1 i,..-i m.1 Jt. ... -, .,. . ,..,.., Human L.ondsge. Kuch men will not aid and a - . i , - . r " W vy..iv....jj nilllia ..!.:, upon ihe vinrinseul of the trieat We st. Let thu Imn- ner ot Freedom rise, and in Iriumrd. .... ' li .i 1 pvcrthe .oilofUvc great West; and us it is in Kansas rcs tting llee further encroachments pf the blood stained baoc.er of human bondage, ' night Of 1 sO feet, and commenced a further I arrived'ta cr6, the child whs disoovcrcd to he .md Jet it finally oust tyrtnny from Ihc ten ??5l " the pinnacles, which is 15or 10 'smallicred lo death ! .erg. pf every' new born St. te; although the X 'l ,f ,tho . tow hh no rres-dentllidVicelWent of these United Havlnac IJtltll? t 0JjJlislKn Seat.--E. 1'". Hrigham the Loco c. 1 11 ., . ,. . . .-a . . ' , ,r'' ? ') with his stom- foco Kenresentaiivo e ect from Vim.. ...i states, sjiouiu can me siunci:ng nrmy to aid IZu h ans .o the.r unholy Ibem and their Missouri rulH faust. The weather coutinui s pleasant Judge Kane This Dough f.ce, it receiving condemnation "l lh ,uu"u ( A free "d enl,Br'te"u' Ppl ior ma usurpvion o. power and unjust dettn- ion of t ssmore Williamson in prison. We andcr.tand that pctitinnt to I'oncresi an . p. ravin that he m.y be impeached at the bar of tbe enate I .... .... f ... ol we Lmted Nates for misconduct in cin.e, .; n,url,in . .diction nronerlr belonzin,: L ., , , ..... - - lio ine lourts ol lnnsyivsuia, an u coronaiing ,. ., n ... , Ho prison tbe .aid I more W ilh.mson. a c,t- ijX(.n of lVnaaylvanis, and of the.e United sutt.s 'J )js js but meet for one whoe con- '.lBei without nreredent aarl wiihnni . nr. .11. I ' -- - n i :. ,i- I.:.. i A dispaicb dated Thil idtijibia, Nov. 7th says: 'Action has been brought by Passmore Wil- iamson against Judge K me for f ilse impris- " S onmenl. A writ was served upon the Jud s . , . , i .,, " . 10 Delare coun.y, where the Judge will of course be tried, Po'NfeYLVAMA EuOTWl a Pmi R,or.-So f , . einp. ,, wwaifB ii. i -1 1 1 1 i i a n. Uucte:. iii IVnoMlvntiia at tie late tl.it an, is bat the preeurso. of their defeal next year.- ti l .... It has become a proveib that -as goes IVnn- : ylvamaso goea the Uuion.' This is true to a certain extent, and judgingj from precedents, L Illtk Wt fJlJ K.,.t " taWvtSV DTI 111 lin tt ,,n, . ,.' ., mg tin sidntial elrctton is omnioi.s ol ev.l rather than good. H the democracy. In IH40 . ,, , ,.. . ' ,nJ ,M WMjl earned Pennsylvania, and ns went Pennsylvania, so went the Union , , ,i .. ' H lby PeeJ.ng years. 1 81i9 an J 1817, the democrats were t.iun.phanl in the ntlt. Wp nrp , , , P ', 1 W" predict a similar result to lo ow this vear's j - triumph, in the lunguago of the St. Louis In - telligencer 'a democratic vutory in Pennsvlv.i-'w' " - ' 1 UU'' 19' 774- 500 13- thou"h somewhat modified. Russuii loss re nin, on the eve of a presidential contest is al-', txPeuJ,U,rc8 '6- ! p,t,d at WOO. The Turkish redoubts were . .- I lost and r.-laken four times. '1 lie Hungarian .. .,j . ..,,.,(. I., iv. Dasikl Wmistkr's K-tatk. We learn that t ! j- . M . . .,' it . e . m .... vv- u.vin vi uiu i-M;iie o HO Jute tlon py Wfabtaw Isma se-it printed circulars to persons havingel aims against the same, in uil.w.l. ti La .1.1.. .1 1 1 ,1... .. ... , niii-u in u uie noil nmount ol as sets in their hands is t.'3'J. 1 00 CO. und the u niount of elainis is bout 1 . 5,000. The exec utors are now making a tlistribitiion among the creditors. They div ile twenty one and three- quarters per centum, retaining in hand about one per centum lo defray expense-sand charges in the suit against the city of New Orleans for a claim of 11,000 dollars for counsel feu in the tiaines controversy. It. is said that William l Rascom. formerly editor of the Columbus Journal, expects to be" "on.e oil ik of (ho Ohio Senate. He is u kttU oclter than a pro slavery Locofoco and but precious little. dev. Lender. This thrust of the Cleveland Leader np penrs to us both unkind and unjust. We suppose that Mr, Rascom supported i he Republican ticket at the late election; and if so, why nut let hi, expectations 'to Income clcik of tho Ohio Senate' rise as high as nny oilier competent man? And that Mr. Ila-com is competent In tho place wo presume the Reader will not dare to gainsny. Let not personal nnimosities inter the nuna. Such thin ts at the K. N.'s have been one of the ,' laadlnir i', ,m. of T J I i , . ! " Z.T. ; 8 campaign; and whilst but for tl.em and t lie old I W big guards, of which Mr, 11 ascom was iiroml nl i ... ...v.... ii i I n "'" nneie 1,011,(1 ,"V" hem the Republic aa ticLtt m Practical political cense seems great demand. tail campaign? to be :i!l in Punishment. Gross Outraso-Suui'iiary I be W aiinffton eorreanondeni of the ii 1 1 nn ii' Clipper writes as follows: A friend who has lately returned froeaNew York, relate a series of incidents, un nocotint of which does not tin pear in any newspaper of llint city. It appears that while the Harlem cars wire in motion, n gang of rowdies, who h id been ta ken on b iard commenced amusing Hu ms. ULJ by insulting tho fetnalj passengers; even going so far an to mash their bonnets; ncconipaniin' theii divcisions by the vilosl I an nam; tiH.,7 conduct generally ihovhfuj their blackguait i habits nnd propensities, Ttteae things were m tmiauag to leveraJ gentlemen, including the conductor, liiat a resolution was at ones form. n ,, , ... ,l '"r n r(lu. ' loud Ihe cars ol the beaatial ffarirht: and aaaaedlaalu K n .!. I ' n " .' . MfOIILf arms were set in play to knock the rnscals out ol the places tiny so shockingly d isfrnn.l- . ",! Kff' J? MM . 'I I I ,-. . v O : " v....,.., .,. , iiismnii, r,sn., us our I informant states, bein. one id. he .. .,i. ousted (he bullies learinirtha ldU. , I .1; ; 1 he I ulies 1 -I - , . ' h uge temporarily, lor the .1. 1.1c peiforniance. j 7l 1 1 """,UI B0 "twvea severe spmal l.iui.-es. falling on ihe ear and had to be I In ho .1.1 j I . 1 1 remove. to his Hotel, ... Ihe city of New York. in a hack, where he bail tho inanimation of! inii.g reuiiiieei to ins cornp iiiy; who bad previ ously arrived there. Bo soon 11s be had sum what recovered from ii.jniics, lie sent for the police, and wiih the Operation of Mayor Wood itad tbe .(fori railroal conductor, who.'hawi. l,XBil- the rufli'ins -twelv'e oi! his co-op tht 1.. 1 arroated. Mr. Tasislro was essentia! -1. mss in uie case. Arraigned before a Justice the rmcal were (w.rely triad, afar af ,h(;n; j were rnniniill.it la .a. . s....i , . .. V. v" peiiiieiiuary lor six months, nnd the remainder for one year each uie piuoi Ul inc.! gl llVC OBI S1VC- ! Samuel W.-ir rio. . -a highly reHp,.;!nb0 "i" ! nieit ft few days si,lte Ha k. 1.,., . I S. a juror, l.ut, owing to bis limit,, I tnl. ov 11 u in ill f , ip.tfB,. 1 1.1 , vuwter iv ae a re- liei IUUU lipO.I II,' noiii'siy, unj p his life in consemience. ut an ,i ,,, a. nn emtio n . . iiakim: exploit. A man known Jack, recently aaoenrlad to tW. , V mini known as BtMnta 1 I'll... ... of Haddhssleid church, in Yorkshire Knl. " " '"p 01 uc pinnacle, nnd wen , mlimmS ihadLria. & In a few min.it. In. ,1 u lle .""R, pl'-. u f I ' -I - i worse lor his perilous adveu-; , lure. mm .i t l . fl m , .o I ! IlumiBLf. A :e:icr :ruui 'ii. iiimw kiii the following:---Vulture, are veiy numerous hero. Tbe t mell tbe powder and await the coming of tin' right, to throw themselves on their victims. After one of the rce nt combats, an Eolish vffio r was found on the battle field who had tUJt txpired, pressing in both hi ... ....I'll,,.,. I.ll. .lw.r .i i,l.. i ..... ;hc ur c .if mr.tnv ' - The slaveholders of ILseoiree rountv.Ca. I have nrir.uia.H s socio :v (n . Deournir,. n,l nn,- ,i . . " ' . .TK" r mote the emigration of slavehrraWs in Kf Mas. ,Ion Aiferjlv,rfPn , ont of ,bc 0eoria Uni- ,ed SutM Stnalora took part in tbe proceed- inga, and is an uflicer of the Societv. So we 1 sunpose the South will now cease to denm.n Mssaebuictta. 'v llUstltS. The Mucaline (Iowa) Enquirtr says that the railrod ' ssawMasai on ilw K nflf i il... foot of the city are rolling out car b id af-i r car load of iron ore tbe L'rnuine artiel nml building up the t rade with it. Ii lies in a huge mass near the MriaM of the b uff, and appa rently in iiHxliaustible quantities. jtti r . i . L . , ,. mJH i' "rm,n. f ,,,,' e ,., l ..sl,,,n sold o Mr. Stgk Maher lor OWOM It is to be turned into a Theatre. I , Re ei V kZ ' ; .V ' , - ". ''tl,ul 1 ""lHl occupies the Kite of a former theater. Tkt fiiar Lad Lett Micholaiff fur KIimtoL f In New Oilcans, a man named Hun-' 10o miles north. V T?,?'? wi lfKf fine of a Major DtlafeM, Major Murdock and Cnp- ll'sanJ dollars, undergo an imprisonment tain McClelland, American officers, had arriv- uf Rix montli,. and forfeit slaves whom he ille- ,1 in t'.o l ied camp gaily sold in such I manner as to MWSll the i , " ' " -- reported in the f ,i , .. r1," 1 he allied troops as oilleianj njioneu in tin 'fom the children, contrary to the laws Criuiea. including sick. 110,000. Louisiana. jj aUjflljc c,' a;, j,.n is rtg.rded in Si. - . , n i i - j -a J . f . ,, , Pete rburgl, with unea-ness 1 r , ,i fSS? . ' I """""" 18 M t.ik BaWtCt Tkw English fleet MM I (?r 'lua'ler 'I'ti'n.ber. SO, sere: VM prep ,ring to leave the gun boats From customs. tl7.ofi.5.ft 9ft- ..I... f JA.L.iu.- J.iV i i.'-. - ' .,.wwi jui.F ""5 '"mls- .'-O.7X0 87 ; miscellaneous sour- XV In .New 1 oik city, at the late election. i thirty persons were arrested for drunkeness Russian camp continued beseiged, The Rus and disturbance most of them for fighting. Kians have fortified all the passes leading to I About twice the number of those who distur- ' Till is. bed the peace were not arrested, fvcw York) The London Times las a noticeable article papers say that the election passed otf very ! touching the American Expansion, nnd savs, 'lUUj". Ithe Kvghsh goveinmi nt is omitting no oppor- ; tunit v of re-infoic.it..' the West India siiuad- A new star is likely soon lo bo added ron, and thus interpof ing a powerful barrier to the American constellation, The Legi.la- betweefc lliittania and North America Conli ture of Michigan has p issed nn act providing I aent. At this moment North America is in for the formation ot ! a new Statu or Territory profound peace with the whole world; yet in M Superior, Michigan gives part and Wiscon- , her ports are fi ling out piratical fillibusieri.ig sin another part to form the new Common-'expeditions destined lo c irry war and blood a shed into the dominions of aaoCading neighv bors. We cannot liel. eye that those who are MW The municijial expenses of Cincinnati -W engaged in enrolling men in theso crimi for the eight months ending on the first insl.,lnal t nii i prises, fully contemplate the succeso amounted to the sum total of 387,883- This j of a descent upon 1. eland for instance, if pro'i sum was paid out of the city treasury. Many . able or even possible. If we can prevent this claims, ol course, were nol included, expedition from sailing or intercept it mid o- sft'" The New Yoik Times estimates the number of disorderly w.raen in that city at 2. 000. In Cleveland there are not quite so many; but there are about 500 more than their should be. Buys the Leader, iff." The Madison, Ind., Ranncr aajl evey body in that region is engaged in building corn ciibs. The like of the crops in Indiana and Kentucky were never seen before. Farmers hart their lu.ntls full. - , MT ihe Georgia Cltiaen hoists the names ill til. .ill Jo ill .1 I , . ,!. i, . .1 1 I- .. ; . . , 7 "V ' . -"'ea . ior i rc.iuent, ana toe rion. JeremiuU i kni- of Alabama, for Vice President, mtW Mis. Rarali V. M..n :t V,. V..l, i . . . i ... . ... J (IDUIIUl II Vi li 10 . i.n I ha KH I ll.st.. Hgillllst breach Samuel W. Plume, for seduction and of promise, of .10,000 and costs. 6tT The Daltcd iStatea have just received a I jul,nK'nt t f between 914,000 and ..15,000 against UJB, ihe collector Ol tae port uf ; advanced lo I'o lor money. Detroit, Michigan, under tho late Admitdstia-1 Liverpool Coiton JarLet Dull; sales 30, ,1'ion. i 000 bales: BW The Marietta Republican state, that Mrs. Sarah M. PbilliDS.wlfa of Mr. (',. A PkH. lips, brought suit against Richards it Scherer, ! under tho aaetiaa of ihe Liipnor Law which pro- j vides that thu wife or children of it BJMM may bring s-.iit and recover damages from nny per- ! son telling him liquor 0 which he becomes ; intoxicated and they are thereby injured in person or properly. TI a case was tried be fore Judge Nash, at the late teim of Common Plea?, nnd a judgment given ayainil said flrffl : of 1100 und cols, ,.-. he Pralrl.nl h ,0 ,h.,.. 1 iL.j ,i. nli.ii.tn f,f K.-rimrv i n Mi v..i,1Us. r... . v iivunit i LIJilL lilt I S1 w. . w. I , IO ?' . General, which tieiu ial colt nc iye. that nnn ilnl . ..:.... ui--jji.i . I .."PP0"" ,' 1" -, , allowance, '" ..". ,j loiuiuHii- 10 ivj oueiaiien Irom Mav 2.1th 18 17. This decision L. k- " . . . . municated lo General Scott, nnd wi! settle Ihe nue.Uon. which has so loan probably withheld Frnm tkia vatar.n hem hi. I ... ' . Ex Gov Reader arrived la 2"od health .it Eastoa, his old homo in Pennsylvania, on 3J: ;WlJ " 1,10 Ramo General Whit- j Ifisld, the prO'.lsvery delegate from Kansas il,rrivcJ " Sl- Loai-'(,v- notified Gen. ! as Delegate fr0m w.UalaO,.and give him a list 1 1"""' ".""" '"lo ",,wl' ""wureoy win w t-'ken to invalidate his election. Lands must bo very cheat) in Vtroinla. 'nee being conclu-1 exchange says that nt a late sale in phila Idelphia, 143.876 acres, in Western Viroini i, were sold, mostly rat ono cent per aere.and the : ZVV "'J?', " ,JO"ul' ." 'tan.ioiph, till- ; iht -r:iv e ' ;i . . ' . 11 . . 1 . , ,-.. i "L"' ., 1 ".. Jnm,u' wom J I On GUwJI.b il, r.,1, . , j ' ' Herman .,, i i;.,ir-i- .i..: -f . ....... . ...... - nuiiitio nw ineir tuiani io a Ghurch to have it baptiZed. having been performed, the mother wrat.ed the inf.tn.. in m ihieL ..aifil.M liU.,Lt i .... . i. f.nni the cold, nnd started for home it,.: I counties, having forgotten to resign K T 1 f"1 V At.torney UP , J ll" hie election, he w ill probably have A wedding rcc Ur.l ;:!phis,Tenn;. which w ,v r linu lOIIlTI is not eligible to the sent under the j -uiuuon FBOM EUROPE. liy Telegtaph to the Cleveland Leader. ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. llALtraa. .Vov. 7. Tbe Steamship Asia, from Liverpool on the j ..... h-noon of the 7.h October, arrived here thi. wrenoon, smi isp.nu u.e steamer, -lorn, oiar. ! from New Yatfc, 'tl Southeir.plou on the f Urnoen of the 26lh. Tbe news is unimport- ant Tl. renr.rlth.Mh. Lussian. h.d blown un ' 1 '' r. port inst the iiu .s.ans ls mown up , and other fort.hcation. at Gort cbakoff. was confirtMt, ! Advices from Sevastopol state tbe Allies to j be advancm-in strong lorce. I 1'"' dweinns are Ullitig back upo.i lii ir ! fortified position, and tbe Allies are close on , ihc Russians at Albec where, it is thought, ib-if must nvtke a stand, in which case a bat- j tie is in' i.'ion.-. 7 be Russians on ilie North sidf keep up a constant fire ou Sevastopol, under cover of which t!uy were withdrawing troops and con centrating them in 1'erekop. A Rtl-iau despii ' h ol the IW. av thai Allies hud ii:.i.Im d 10,000 troops frjiu Kupa- to l BmUUH Ti ,.; n ,,,. ,,,, r,Connoi'.red tht ,.)Vi , " SwllM iJl I , ' ' I "Pl . ' 'V ' w.iole niillma has been ordered lo reinforce lUc a,n.v of the louth. under Luedera. ai r.iM.iurc, aim is uiuiu iv i.iciiun. Tlc Russian disaster at Kars is confirmed, (Jen,.! k',.n..rv commanded ihc Turks. The eeaa, we shall have done much toward, avoid- ing the damag.-s which would arise silould they be carried out towards their developemenl . The Liver)oul chariiber of commerce adopt ed resolutions that the guveninie.it should nol anticipate any breakdown of public confidence by suspending operations ol the bank account of 18Aa as da' ing the Brisk ol 1847, The )'ank ol Francij has arranged fir loans ofaaveral millions of silver from the Rank o! A insteidam. I Praia, One httadrtd eajet ot ohoieia occur daily at Madrid. lien. Toe in foraterW Governor of Cuba is ;,,..., t., tu be (1,.,. . ..... , . mm ITALT. t hoi. o t increasing in luseany Rassil has come lo an understanding with the Pope respecting the nomination ol Catholic Bishops in Poland. It is rumored that the Government of Naples has committed gloss outragi s on some Aincii can citiien. The British Consul is on trial at Cologne for eolistinir men for Ihe liriiish leedoa, The .Isia left lor H.nton this aflernoon. Lundon Money Market On Change consols Breadstuff. Drooping. Brown, Bhil ley dt Co , call wheat 3d lower. Flour 1 lower. Corn - 0.1 higher on the week. Onio Flour l is GJ(o 15, Mixed Com 43s. Provisions Generally unchanged. LATER NBVV8 BY THE ASIA. Nkw Voiik, Nov. 8 ly Moining. Tho following London, Satan i is given on lac million. y ol a Berlin dispaleh in the London Aureruser. I An order of the day from GortschnkofT, dat "'.UK ' T V " ." ""i 'lu VUUI" ' 10, oww-. uw w inii m o .II..., .I.i ' I I, ii I 1, o mill . . t . , . i , 1 i . . ... i I ..,.,,1.1,1,1 I . . i , . , I . ., ,.. ....it I. 1 j , j 7i , Tin i defend tho country at all hazards. Yost, nl ay 1.000 officers and men of the tat Regiment of Light Infantry of the British for- gion, embarked on board thu steamer or Bslaklava. Simon The Daily News says ihe announcement that' our licet in the American waters was to be re- inforced, has e xcited considerable discusssion. The discount avarket ii quiet. It is said l'lat the aggregate of lh , 1 I,, .,, , 1 loans which will be required by the British nnd French Govern nu-nls during the eaily part of next year will "'present .1 large sum, , -me further small parcels of gold were to- day sent into the Hank Tbe immediate demaid o'" the continent hay j nrparently been satisfied in the lino of funds since the lato A uslralian nrrival. In Lvck. The A ST1 1 I ,. . . Bugle published in ie 'Republican,' within ' Salem, Ohio, snys tl the last few days, has had live hundred dol-: lars donated lowntds its i-uimort and circula-: by the proprmtor. of lh. Cincinnati Ba rAr. We should Hunk that is n liberal OOatH bution. Were not Mr. Robinson, who is till- lOttbtedlV the best and most popular editor the 'Sagle' has ever had, still at the helm, it would be too mud,, considering that ihe mon- ey was raised through the ph.lanihrophio ef-j" c ... . r . lasall eompaay of woaaen' oris o. u tuan nuiupanr Ol women Brighnm Young, the 1iolv prophet of i the Mormon trihe, has, aeoording to n declara-; lion of his" in B late public speech, '90 wives 1 and '221 children.' ti t i rx -i - n i ,i -The Montreal Chronicle sla.es thnt the issariat advertises tor a vessel lo convey commissariat advertises torn vessel lo convey six thousand barrels of calridge from Quebec recently came oft in Mem-! was tbe ninth occasion on new ('(!n-, wit;n the Dri.tie nan oeen inaue nappy in mat ' rimony. in Carrol! County Ohio, Forfeited lo !he Malr ofOhi.. . .r lh. non Mwiient of the Taiea lor the rears 1849,1850,18.11, Ih5,l8.8 and 18JI .nd not redeemed. 'Showing in .ho, nam.' f.rhited tto amount of i.i fur tn tali i it.'ii.. : r ol '. with ititereal l.ir each roar ataee Isrttnure or last ,uj ,18 ,mJUi f Uie, iutcrest and peualty due R. T. S. Ors. ii ota Qrs. A. Owners Names - - V I - Augusta T. P. I 16 15 pi S. E I TOW M 0wnm NkIne Mc Uinly Jm. s j itlirrw Hu-h o EAST rOWXSHlF 27 Norri.town 6 ' CINTRI TOWNSHIP Dillett Dennis Gould Juhn S t..m,. 60 62 56 62 65 23 41 Carrol lion rce lliiihp F same same PKKIN Deer's add Mason's add s MALVERN Vail's add Cook Samuel Scalon William Unknown owner same 53 42 Howell II, m F 121 I), leiibaugh John 3 Mills John 42 Reaver 11 V 79 St.. Nathaniel 1 Unknown owner 1 Malvern ltodocker Phillip K Vails add LODl-RO E T P Davey.Wellerifc 0 66 . Magnolia Miller lsnn?( heirs 16 " ORANliE TOWNSHIP Finneil Charles Jr 95 Leesville same 98 same 107 Al .'ITor's Onus Carroll County, ) Carkoi lton, (111. u, Nov. 12th, 185.V ) I hereby certify the foregoing .correct list of line's and town lots loileiied to thc-'ste ol Ohio, at the rales of aVllaqaeat lands in Chi i fill Cuuntv, in Jumiury lti(4, and Ja uary It). 5 and icinaiiiing uniedecuied, as t ken from the tat. cerli led and forwarded by the Auditor ot State Nii.t.'c is tlierelore, hereby given, that if the taxes, interest and penalties charged on each of tho tracts of land aai tOU. Lots hi the loiegoing let contained, be not paid into the County tieasury and the Treasuiers receipt piodao.4 iherclor before the 2nd Monday loth day) ol December next, the whole of each of aid tracts and lots on which the taxes, interctt and penally slia!l .email unpaid, will on the said second Monday ol Matter next, (iAc. loih 1. ,".5,)be Oitrte for sale by the Auditor of Carroll County, nt public .ujtion, to tbe I lali.il bidder, at the Oeatl House, in C.rrollton, tosali-fy the taxes Interest and penalty charged thereon. l and said sale will he cc.iitiin.ed hum day to day until each I beea etooaee1 ol or etfatei Kit sale. New dDucrtiscmcnts. SECOND ARRIVAL OF I! II IH FI it 'I'll ML era Tr;.' nrisi;;.. IV 4 W'Hl'N ClVfl TO U. h TAk nXdVOR a nt M1V. 1U our Ii lend, and the public gencially, that we ,....., ,'.a , ... - t.il llllltlllllM I . l'W !ll:ll r . I 1 1 - I . . - i lonable Oeada, It is not our intention to attempt to de-ciibe ihe ipiantity or the quality, out wouni merely ,-av that our ,-iock is now ceai'LKTs; and to those who are in want ol reasonable Ooods, to call with us mid "ne will do you good. C'L'MMINOS t COUCH, I '.ii I ell ton, Nov. 15, ISfcS, tf. L ImDIKS OH Eliii OOUJJS, all the new styles, at U. .V. D, R i;.V. V-.V1ADA OXOTUIA'O, pics ol it, at S AN ' SlltlK , all sizes, hum theeiudle up, at ! C.kO. . , j B 1 LOTUS, Sutii cits, Tweeds, J, an-, Klancls, and cv- ( thing necessary fm cold winter. 0.00 ! l RPBTS, Kli.or and Table Oil clolhs, a Md asfNKI ) meat. (' 0, H.l l'S Shuiigliui, and all other new styles ! II UAWL& Now is the time for a nice BuaWL 0, a c. L A7-IKS vim ho are in nuichol nice DrSH Trim- , call willi us. 0, i C. (.0ililiG IMFDRItlJ, HU ROOM I.ATKLY OCel J'lKH HV II MK1STKH. The uudeii-igned heieby inlonns the citizens of tfii. nlace and lUTTOUudios caantry, .hat he i.. now receiving and op cuing a new .toell ot lai hiouab e lleiid) -made F.LLAlNI) VMN1ER CLOTH IN - ! alihih In uHui to hla fijaadi and ca.toai.ri at lower ' pi'.ees Ihim such iniclcs ever were exhibited in this I place In rewttwe, Having iiiiule u connection will, one of the best hous I si In the cltf, he is enable to receive new supplies every week, thus utt'eiing to pUI chasers the important iidvun tae ol huvine coutinuully a new, Ire. h, lashiouuble and l ...... . ... llo-i, lec.ioi,8 I, "in to thei, " ' i'i,ii.,iM B.iL,l.tlnn. " : , . ,, . ... , , . I I iiu ( mi i un. is iv ui-iviwiv . eurwusww'i ..,-. - v wis and examine for themselves. Dsre is the place lor bar luS, The BlOttO is, CSHtaV lircAS.i. S. bUWABACKER, Agent. CarrolltOB, Nov. 15, '55.-tf. NKW FOUNDRY, l.islioii f treat - - Cni rolHoii, OhtOi nnUK .-ubscriber would respectfully inform Farmers, J Mechanics, ,V., that he he has talien lack and has u . .a. . tTt II . mi u naoriUW UN vimiBiu new a nrMT ' IV IV l . . . . . - J I u" wnPV Pfepareu to iutumu w uruar an aiuus 01 iPkraabs. ihonzh folnis. Steves. 0 Castings ol slides- Icitpuoaa. at the shot test notice, und ut reasonable prices. A good "d cxlcn-ive stock of l'loughs, Points, gtovss, Castiagi ke,, eaaataatt kept on hand and for a!e at low piiccs, for Cash. K. McliUlUA', Nov. 15.h 1855, tf. AGB-VTSJ AGENTS, llF.lt-SON.S accustomed to procutc suhscubers for J ijooks, Maga.i.i.M ic, or get up clubs fur neewspa L - M tgqaefUd to ssadas their address, btwtrd ihcin, free ot charge, a specimen n , publication lor whicU ll,L7 wi" J"?'! j JJg" ind we will : number of a 1 sale, and we 1 cent, lor their I .vmiKit, No. 8 Courtlaud St., Aew York 15, 1355. 3. jfov ESTATE OF JOHN H'lLLIAMS, DEO. Nutioo is hertiby given, tliat ihe umlerpigned has .M.'.Kf 1 IIIJIUUI K 1 L 11 1 l" been appointed and qualified. estate ol John Williams, dece as a dm in i all ami' oil the ship, Carroll co. Ohio. tilliAa 1 CI IP. . l Nov 25, '65-3w. -. i. -I A i''.'HK aHSSBPI rtlMAUOsT, Dkc. Notice is hereby given that tho undersigned has I h i -nnnlntd-nd o ialilicd in administrator on the i estate J Joseph iTOffMOa, decea-sed, late ol Fox town- ship, OatfoU eeanty, unto. Bnurvin j Nov, 76, '65-3- aHleHir"8 saI.K. a. vv. Morrison ) liv virtue oiavendi.es aaa4sj . e- M, .,;. By virtue ol a vendi. cs ponis issued from the Cou.t of I Comiiion l'less of Carroll i im, . vAhti couuty, Oliio, aud io uie directed, I will offer tor sale at the door of ihe Door of the Ceurt House, in the IOB I of CarroUtea, in said county of Carroll, Ohio, On Saturday the 'ind day ol .eceu.b, r, 1S55. Uhc loilowiiie described real estate, situateiii the coun-I c,r2 and State of Ohio, tOiU-Put of the Wcst Qaarte of Section UMaJ..alas(l,) Town- Vost Qusrtef of Section tcuty-.iine(. ) Town-1 shia lour een (M.) Kange four (4,) contsini e one baa. , died ami rwentv .ere. ol lam. Anumi-cd u. SS.a.S . SO. Ternu eaaii. J. II. n UITUltAf 1', slenff- "V- ' loo.. ow. 1'r. lee -.3,00. i i lOD-UVJfiti oil, IH set Oil, Lard O.I Caaui V tm WOjl a. i p nivi.,. which lorli itci wnn me lntere.1 th,. eon lb. amount sale 01 mti'W" m rimr,r uin i. ,r tiw ymtf on each tract jr lt i;ielu.liii the ear 18oJ. anil foi which taxes it forfeited with penally Taxes Total Val. Int. it l'en. ol 1054. for 1865, Taxes. 4 4 LOTS. elm tcmOemOem 44 2 20 4 64 6 1 23 3 63 6 68 4 3 55 3 I 54 7 47 8 50 9 2 53 7 I 17 7 64 9 67 5 t 30 4 89 7 2 43 5 1 83 I 5 15 9 29 9 97 2 73 0 I 97 8 35 9 I 46 5 I 10 I 2 86 9 7 4 4 5 8 40 9 6 4 8 8 27 56 0 77 7 1 21 8 91 6 2 99 6 26 97 0 7 0 5 I 27 09 0 5 80 3 3 4 6 F6 2 .' 91 4 70 5 U i 6 10 0 2 39 7 3 4 2 5 2 46 6 62 6 24 I 17 9 91 6 87 9 I 73 4 1 33 4 3 94 7 32 5 32 5 10 7 43 0 45 9 4 8 3 7 64 4 6 99 2 76 9 57 0 8 33 I II 47 0 3 46 7 2 66 7 17 60 4 168 2 35 4 410 2 652 1 53 8 20 0 17 1 5 70 9 22 6 8 6 24 0 2 12 7 3 810 1 86 0 7 82 7 26 4 17 8 9 1 53 3 26 4 17 8 9 1 53 3 V.I. 114 79 60 60 20 24 478 52 168 48 0 20 29 48 ll 24 83 617 79 395 16 119 15 15 ai.d every one of the ,,!. . tracts and lots shall have J. I, ULACKBfltN', Aud. Q Co. SHKRIFF'SSALE. 0. M. .Stephens k Son, ) My virtue of .. Fi. fa. et lev. "a, fa. issued from the Court i, f .lames MtOinty. ) Common l'leas ol Carroll county, Ohio, and lo mc dhected, I will offer for sale at the door elthc Court House, in the town uf Carrcll tou, in said county ol Carroll, Oliio- 0 a Saturday the 2-.:n 1 day of December, 1855. descnbed real Kstale, situate in the coun. t. (,nroi ! SlHt0 of Ohio, towit:-Pa:t of the ft q- rtt...tion twonlv ,,!..., . - " " , . I . . I . . . - ' ' " son lourteet ill nance nmria containing one uuljri.j and twenty acies of land. A ipraised at 4 rums :ash. J. fj. Wlli t'CA'AKr. -ho'iir. Nov. 1 5, 1 855. If.Pr. fee .3,00. Sun of Iti itl Jt;iie by order uf Cmiri. eiu Kriday, l ho UMa of November (inst.,) 1855. si : H o'clock, i.ooa, ol said day, 1 will offer to sale ut the ! late residence of Henry li. bmi h, yce'd, in Monroe . township, Carroll count , Ohio, the ttact uf land on i which said deceased lived at the time ol his death. He. W part of the south eas. quarter of Suction twelve(l2) J" Township htieeii, (lo) .,1 ltuiiKe eevc-n, (7,) conuin- ing nineteen acres and tvventv-lwj hundredths ol an a cio.inoie oi less: On S.M tiacl theiei. a dwelling house, mi", water pnvuege, anu necessary out houses, j and hapeaveaiabla, about sixteen acres cle'ared and in j NM state of culi v.uion. i Teinis One thi'd in hand, and the balance in two ; Eoual annual iustiiliiients with interest, secured by mortgage on the premises. JAMES IlALUH, Adm'r t f H. B. Smith, Nov. 8, 1855. 4w Pr. fee. .2,50 JlfflM.LriL&Sfli. rthacciiia s, iirocrrtri ix e Icislu IW s c I.'a cous i o th. McConk House, corner tfi bisbon and CunalStrcet CarroUtea, Ohio. ' Ciguis and Tohuecn for ihe whohmle and retail tr.de. Oroceiies, shelf good. Ac , uf i he best ipi d ilies and at the lowest Miic.s. Vioduce ol all de.-trip-Hons taken in exchange for urn les. A new, excellent aud cheap Patent fee 'alace and -Ice Feeder, can b I Mai, in in id;', at the above place, town.-hip and individual ii hu Bold nt very low ra tcs, Nov. 8, IS 55. 6tn. mMJ JL M rM? MS A uiil.. I ii l . ,, ;,. .k ....: r .k . " "T"" T"' " -.".'" . "V"" Sla"-. W (okeorueis nv 'Saaipi. lor Velue.u s Magnetic Audits . . ,r . . - -i salary oi 1 1 pel yeai, aau a small ommissiou n i.l be paid, '.sulov payabla .Moiuhly.' For particuhiis addiess lh. M. Velpeau, Uioadwny, New-Yoik, enclosing slump lo pie-.ay uiiswe.s. Nov. 8, 1815. 4w. NEW STOKE. The undersigned Bars opened a N, w f tore in Car rollton; in the Kuoni, formei ly occupied by Isaac Atkin jo.i, wBStl they will sell grids as low, and a little loner than iliey can be had any other place in the county, lor cash or prodinc. Ou. Slock consists of; Priutj, lii.igham?, Boots, Coffee, Cas.-hneis, Sliucs. Tea, Casniiiett-, Hut., Sugar, Cloths, Caps, y.-iee, Tobacco, lie,. The highest prices in cu-h or store goods fur di ied Apples and Peaches; Wheat, live Buckwheat, Outs. 200,0 0 pounds ol 'o.k wanted;' ATKINSON WILUAlbl. Nov. 1, 1855, tf. 11. T IS Alllil l'I'-s I'OTAjiH, In tin cans ol six pounds MSB, 72 lbs. in u case, war- .anted superior to any in use. and at about the same price of the ordinary Potash sold in ca.-ks. Thismclh- od ol putting up the article, lenders il much o.ore etn- vemcnt lor retailing, and in this lesnect. tlierelore i. vcri desirable. Prated diiectiona for its u;e me placed upon each can. Theaiticle has beeu in the market lor the past three icais, and wherever h lias beau introduced has given the liighes; sath.factton. Any person desirous ot giving the ariich a t.ial will ou remitting to my address $5, be sent . case of Ii. packages. Also, ii. t. it a hi: i t i s. eummio unuuaaiuj, Ii. one-pound packages, e.presly for family use sittv ..rt 1 - - tm .,.,.,1. I. H71.L . . 9 iicp--.,- ('.(.iwiau. vuui ,1 un nog Ult'-ttlUJ, and sour milk, or cream tin tar, bieud ai d takes of eve- f kind can be made and lukcd in half an hour, at any season ol the year, and in any climate. Diif,-ii,, - Using it accompany each package, -J"!T Sv "T """i "mr ' , Yesst Cus,"e h C,u-"" 'jeofail Rake ,0 Washbaisu BiMaaa SL V-Is" Oct. 111865. 6 mos. AUDITOR'S SALE. 1 ' - " " .rwnm.mmVnV r .- .r ii.. i i . - . . chasers of Ohio School lands section No. Sixteen f!ii 1 wi.l offer for sale at the door of the Co-art linn... I. Carrolllon, at public Auction, on Saturday, the 15th day i n,.,i',. ..... i . ari!?TiVa7J! Z,rtM V s . een mc Hours of 10 o'clock A, , T 'ITv "r1" thhteen MM and felw XSWm ft IffiSE ! ville hind ItiiLii.'.. I'ov Inwnnhin mmm - l ..,. . 5 . . . . "- - 1 n huh;,, iiivic uas accrued including the puichane money penalty interest and costs amounline in the agcreeate to SlU-K.S ll'hieh sum must he paid in cash by the purchaser o eu "m J;.h PJPt"7-?' A uhior Cnell co. 0., ym iauwasi I .ov. i, i.i. r,w.