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few lt mi'il to tee Beaoeiai .J te ether i, MatirvnM ie l- . .f eack Jailing dari-f tba fear, 7 " .. i .k.m iba aieODriliM lor ibeir nave on " r ' I particular!! eomssead U year at jiJum the eoaaoaneal asef tba appreciation o( kM ihoaeaad eoSlars for a dortjiiwry far tba JW .ad Dumb, tab bareafUr eoa verted lato workUope. The purpeee of the epproprieiiosj jpaa been mo lauefactewily accomplished, and a e-iaaee efoer taofjsaad dolUre remaie in tU Treaeary. Thia cireamstaaue, dowbU.se, w,U bate u. proper weight with yen, waea .ewemJeriog e eipaeliaMy of entering without furtber dtlay upoo the eoMtruction of the new Asylum Edifice, the reed or which has to Ion (pea ackuowedged. r. " Tbe report af the Commissioners of tbe New State Hoaae, will exhibit the progreae of the vark aad disbursements on tecouot of it du xiag iba lata year. It h 8' P1"""" bat I direct your atteotion to the careful eeoo oaav, thorniuk work and tubelanl.al pcogrett which hare diniarfui.hrd ibur adminiatration. Tout own obtervatioas. now that your eetsioas re held in ibe new building, will aalitfy you at to tbe ebaracWr aad cenduion of the work. The fact that of the ninety thoatand dolUrt ap propriated for thii service, more than forty-six laonsaad ramaioed unexpended at tbe close of tbe fiscal year. su&:ieally attettt tbe economy of tbe management. The nature and magnitude of the trust com mitted to the Quailer Mailer General, aad tba I manner in whieli the du'.tes ol bis office hare have been performed during the past year, trill appear from the Keporl of that officer. The tuggetiioat of litis Report, aud particularly that relating to the construction of a State Ar senal, deserve your consideration. The pro needs ef the old Penitentiary grounds may be T a"""""" 3 advanlageoutly applied to the purchase of a site aad the irectien of the necessary buildiogs; ,or Ihe Legislature may direct the location of the arsenal upon a part of these grounds and the anrdioation of the proceeds of the residue to - r r coouruotio.. I recommend tne discontinuance of Ihe per diem allowed to the Quartet matter Geaeral, aad tbt allowance of a fixed talsry suf - jtcieot to eempeosate fairly far the lime, alien- iiea and i-jlelligtnce neeeetary to the proper perlorataaeeofbit duiirt. In ihta ooonectioB I beS' Irtve to direct your .ti.rn.mn in itia lama aabaarnitta the Malitiu- .... The known exittracc of an organised public fares, competeoi n the enf rcemant of law and ik. 4.r... nf ruhi iman. t ttia anroit rmur- ani.es of order aad serumy. In all emtnree. etae rsqyifiog military force, the States ef the ' I commend the whole subject to jour best re Uaieu must rely on the patrioii.m of their mili- flections. tia. A wise regard to theee considerations Defects in (he laws regulating practicee in dictated the previsions of our Stat i.'tmsiitution rslaimg to ibis subjsel. Te carry out these provisiees and give tlum due effect, legislation occation great expense aud inconvenience to it indispensable. For ihs want of it, the Mili ( 'be counties immediately concerned. I tug lia ef the State it in danger of total disorgaoi- gRt the expediency of revising and codifying l ition; the public armt, a valuable property, i lbotc laws . are exposed lo danger and low; and in coatin j The inadequacy of judicial compensation h gencies, aol impostible, various public interests mucb complained of. High salaries are incon ay suffer serious detriment. I venture to ex- fi'ent with the irue idea of a republican gov prete the hope (bat the m cttsi.ry legislation on , ernmenl; but fair rewarda for skilled labor are tbit subject will commute one of Ihe claims of dm- for public as well ss private service. Per- this General Assembly to the approval of (heir eooitilyepts. I take great pletHiic in Ujing before jou ihe Report of ihs ('omnnssiDners appointed un- del the set of A 1 r 1 1 7, 18 -ti, providing far the establishment of tbe Ohio Reform School. Tbe act reqaired that Iwo of the threo Commission. ( eis should visit three of the principal Uelbrma- lory Institutions of the United States, and in- ' stilu'e all neossiaiv observations aad haaairUe aod that all should unite in repoi ling the result1""1'1 ' ""P0"'01'- t induce men of large lolltLeeislsturs. The Commissioner, have ! ''TT' "' "r"d g,,fl"i,r,mfnt', 4.1 V zi.i.ni vwBiiuis.ioncrs nave ,ud,cm posiuona. Iu considerimv th e su hieet ih f..,..t iheir i,.t Inula I nt 11 muu hu moil ,.,.... .?. ,L . .. i. 1 ...... - - ' - - " v.- two, all have visaed., not litres only, bat U tbe principal Iniiituiiens in ear own coantry, anil one ef their number, at hit own expense, has viil. d the principal institntions in Earnpe. Their Rej.r.rt ijthibits the fruit of their extend ed researches ssd itiquirii-s, and commends it self te yt ur moil favorable regard. The doru menu collected by the Commissioners and now placed at your disposal, embody nearly every, thing thai is known concerning Reformatory Schools. For these services no charge has bsn made sgainst the Treasury eeyoad those incidental to a literal execution of the law; And more ihsn one third of tne appropriation stnexpended. Tbe Repori of lli Commissioners of Common fichools has not yet been received. Il vri probably be ready by ihe 20th inat,, at which Aims it has been l.eretofi re required, and mil be promptly laid before you. In the mean lime I need not remind you of ihe indispenss be neueaeuy of sd. rioate Public Instruction of tbe welfare and security of society. No public invesimeat is sosafe and so fruitful as Ihst wbjeb.is made in the edBeaijon of the people io persons better d.ssrvt ihe esteem and the eaoaofl of tbeJsiRle nod ths People than lh Meeh-r af out youth No essential modifies lioas f ihe preaent srrwol law art, it nij jasHfement, dessands'l by ths general senti ,roeai. except s,-h as ill inrrt.e , frieze, ,f I f,lssjosit aumeni-ng its expanse. There is sowver. a prsvsfliag opinion, that, undar fjreseat eire4imsUnoe Tewnship Libraries ms be subsiMBteil with advantage, for District L - as. j.fij a sr t . - srar:ts; ana i Foum iuric.-r v., ,,., tl,at n,e Library at eask esunty Seat should be a Coan- ;f idbtary, and wppiiwd as far as possible will . 4ka srebeished Doeuss -nls cf Ihe 3ial and Na sjonal (iov,rnint. Pr Ihe supply of lh .,44, .tsste I. ovments yna can mks the necessary powietss a little at vm. -on . n t--,. j ait of Ssna- - - U . : r. Sfn sou ivcjirrsriiiTr in .ontfte will en rea full supply r fNaiiosal Docnraents is The beneficial rwij!t 0f the act lequii -ni the hlie Rer-f.rte to h m i, r, ELsdvr" f. JairVT' Wilr .1 I ? f ' Pmmmffrij.UrxW lie.tionpf.h. Tbe Constitution rtquirea the 1 i .. i uor ; j q aaicste to the General As- bly t every kuim the condition of the Suit, aad t reeevjamend sueb Denarit m be may daaaa expedient. It alto requires bin to tee that the lava are faithfully executed. To enable hi tb batter to fulfil (hie iojunaiioo, ba it aalhoriaed to require iaformaliM is wri ting from the officers of tba Kxecutive Pepari mant opon any eabject connected with tbe da' (tea of tbeir respective offices. Would it not be wall, in order to give more complete effect to ihetwcoattituttowal provisions, to reqairc Ibe Boards and Officer in charge of the diaVreit departments of the public eervice to report their Uaotaetioot and condition qnstterly to Ihe Governor ? Such an eaactment would concen trate in the Execuiire Office full information acceaaible to the people, concerning all the pub lic inUreite. wbile it would enable the Gover nor to fulfil bit constitutional oblijttiont with more aatitfaction to himself and with more ad vantage to the Slate. Would it not be well al to, to prescribe an uniform rule in respeet to the timet for making all reports T At present some are required to be made at the close of the fiscal yej , some at other periods; some hiennally; some annually, and some somi annu ally. It would conduce greatly to the intro duction of order and responsibility in publie affairs if all reports should be required to be made on the twentieth days of November, Feb ruary, May and Jane, of each year; tbe No vember report embracing all the transactions of tba fiscal year, and the other Reports only those of the preceding quarter, Permit me to now invite your attention lo a few topics, intimately connected with ibe pub- lie welfare, but not discufsed in any of these I reports. The state of the law in relation to Marrisd Women deserves your consideration. Our leg ., . . ..jj- jisiauoo is already Honorably distinguished by provisions iu their behalf ; but much remains i 10 06 cone- Uan7 of h benificent provisions I of the civil law might be transferred, with ben lefit, to our code. It it difficult to perceive any i r.i.on kit a m m . - .... . i 1 w oue arparaieiy hm hr husband, ibould be required to sue in jlB n,m of "er n -xt friend. Inttnncea not j ""frequently occurjof groat oppressions throuirh the "O'olu'e control given to iho husband over personal etlate, and particularly over house- jnU goods. I can perceive no valid reason w,,y lne ",ife """J 001 be allowed a properly in personality and especially i.i goods per'a'niggj 10 tnt nouse Dd protected in the possession by sufficient and summary remedies. These arj but sample, of needed reforms in this direction. criminal cases often give rise lo serious enibar rassments in the administration of justice, and baps the best test for comprnsat on is the dit poaii ion of thoroughly cempotent persons to I take and hold offies at ihe compensalion nllow-1 ed. Tritd by this test il must be ad milled that the salaries of (he Supreme Judges, and in jome pans of the State, of Common I'lens Judges, are insuftln. ut. Learned antl able Judges of the Supreme Court hare resigned iheir placet because unable to servo for Ihe compensation nllowed; and in some of the cilun- , .v ...... - ..vil V-. ILIIItUIUI I L 11 L I H M M Q 'wmount of .hw asilnriea of nil the Judges of the Suiitetpe Oourl and Cimmon 'leas Courta is rets than ihe Annual cost of the three Liua tio Astylums. Alleged abuses of the eleolire franchise will probably claim your attentioa. The right of, suffrage it tiicred. It is the right lo vole thai intakes the citizen a tovereign. It is the right which all political rights is to the most scrupu lously guvrdsd and reioluttly defended. Kv- ery citizen native or naturalized, li entitled to (he most absolute freedom snd security in the exercise of it. Frauds upon this right msril the a ereit reproba'ion : fraudulent votes chests i principle. the people of their rightful control of iheir own , their immediate relief a sum of money coiitrib allairs. Every suitable measurefor the pre-' uled by private benifio?nce, which, however, vention of such frinds will deserv your ear- failed to reach the destination in consequence nest altenti.n. It will only be needful to be- of the necessary rslurn of the pentlem.in in . ware, lest the proposed re.nedy for one cl tss ol evils.Oeoome the source of others still more grievous. you that most of these prisoners have since Ths subject of amendments 0f the St ate Con- 'escaped or have been acquitted. Iam not a aiiiuUon must necessarily oome under your 1 lu' T f them yet remain in coufine- consideration at the present session. Upon former occssion 1 submitted lo you my vh wii hi lavour ui winnuoiinu proTiuing or an im- partial distribution of political power among :il portions 01 ihe stats aud for the adequate representation of every interest, b single Disiricts; and stcuring effective saperviaion over every department of administration and a ready adoplioa ofleginlMion to the wants and wishes of the peoplo by Annual Sessions. Muoh ditsa'isfaction it expressed with the constitutional organ izaiioa of ihe Judiciary. and particularly with the a, stem of District Courts. Some relief from ihe inconveniences complained of may be gained by rtpealir.g the legislnlivs provisions for Jury trials in the Dis- ;t.ict Courts, and by relieving them from hold- 'ng more annual terms than (he Constitution ( the spurious code of an aliea legislature. In ab.oUitdy requires. Whether for the evil, ofjtbs event of anew outbreak, thess settlers ask lha listing system sbsll bo redreised as far as the protection of Ohio. poaible by these or ether ex?sdi eott. or an at- Ths other communication details the circum - ...a.. .uu . uior. ,aoicai cure throunb an amendment of tba (1n.1;,. e 7 . , ,. (VM' " llt.r nr - , , v Other amandU ef to. ooD.Ut.lmn may, I eaggest only erirb those arbich teem to be most ntial, and moat ceae rally demanded by the public sentiment. The internal cooeerns aad interests of the Stale will chiefly eagage jout deliberation". but iu relation to Ibe National Government, and to the other members nf the Confederacy, cannot be aliose'.bcr disregarded. Having tunendered to tbe federal Govern- n.ert. among other great prerogaUvee tbe iav portaut power of nuntaining an Army and Na- !TT - "1 f revenue by dutiet on imporie. it, becomes the duty of the State to abaerre ile action wi h even jealous vigilance. The tendency to wasteful extravigenee and 1 'o central s.lion of power, which alarmed the ears of tbe early patriots, has, of lata yeare, be come more and mere conspicuous. Enormnut revenues, contributed by the people, almost unconsciously, in the form of enhanced prices, foster in tbe National Legislature a contempt of economy, and encourage combinations for the pillage of the Treasury under delusive pre texts of publie good. Ohio, paying one-tenth of these contribu tiont.bss a substantial interest in these mat ters whic'i should not be overlooked; and it cannot be deemed unfit that bar General As sernbly should give expression te her demand for retrenchment and reform, and for a reduc tion of revenue, tbe only sufficient security for both. Immediately after the close of your late set sioo, ia conformity with your conettuctiont, I transmitted to the Governor of eaoh State, copy of Joint resolutions of the geneial astern ib'y ,ellive 10 Kansas afiaiis. The Governer of isaieaippi nas returned ttie copy transmitted , L. , , to him. in purtBance.ashe slates, of the re- , . .. , . . . . , quirements of a Joint resolution ol the Le;8 a- r 'liaT., lure of that State, of which he trasmits a copy ...... ... , v- 1 submit his communication to vnur annairtam doabtlesa be made with ad rawing none imtlie elements whicu constitute the true lhou.ftBjj This is a big. a vat, an almost in lion withoot comment. c. . n i Tk. ..i . t ,i m , in greatness of a btste. Great in powr, and comprehensible circulation, truly, but Bonner I he leUtioas of the National Gorernment , . . ,, . r. ' 1 o, ,. . , . , ... tn urrv atl aUnrrrrtaa ai up.ia a mro nf nnh in .... r . ,.. . 6 .. . ,L u..u,.u,, u.,. wu iw iut sidcrsd vie.s which I have already expressed that slavery is contraiy to reason and natural justice; thst it is of such a nature that nothing short of positive law can sustain it that no pow er to enact such laws has been granted to the National Government; and that Slavery, there fore, tuttide of Slave States, can have no valid legal sanction, teem lo roe incontrovertible 'iJTj! The original policy of the country was in har mony with these ideat. It contemplated the ! fX9luioD f 8lrtV'r fr0M Nn,ion'1 Terriu,ril'V the exertion ef the legitimste Influence of the Gensrsl Govsrnmint on ihe side of Freedom and tho amelioration nnd final eradication o' lbs great evil by the action of tho State gov ernments, without Intervention or inerferesce by Nstiensl Legislation. "The abolition of Slavery," said Mr. Jef ferson at tin commencement of the revolution ary struggle "is the greatest ebjectof desire in these colonies." "It is tbe pride and bossl of America" said Mr. Madison, speaking at the close of the war in hshslf nf the lauri. can Coniiicss-'thst tbe rights for which shell contended were the rights of humas nature." "There it but one proper way," laid George Washington, spsnking st a still later period of the abolition of slavery "bj which it oan ho Accomplished, and that is by legislative su. thorny, and this, go far as my suffrage cau go, shall not be w anting." We need no hesitation to walk into the paths marked by Ihe footsteps of the fathers Within tbe kttt few months I have received ! seven I communications from emigrants te Kansas from Ohio, esraestly sppsaling for pro- lection sud aid. Of these appeals one was in ' iho fftrtn f . .si.i, t. . 1 i form of &ti affidavit from eleven CltlliM , , , iiujiiouucu uuuer rariout Oliaiges at L,ecomp P00, the eleventh, an old man of seventy years, a soldier near half a century ago, under Jackson, was still a citizen of Ohio, on n visit to some frisndi in ths Territory. The real of- fence of nil was the defence of Free StaU I hornet againtt Slate State invasion. Tluii Mfiure, tluir imprisonment their indictments and their cruel treatment, constitute a dark chapter in the dark history of wrong and out rags in Kansas. On recaiving this appeal I theachtit richt to address an earnest letter to Governor Geary in behalf of the prisoners. I also aent for I w O whom it wss cnlrusled without having entered ! the territory. It gives me pleasure to inf. in Turm ment. Aaofher of theae communications comes from 1 commiltse 01 Uhio settlers in Kansns, repre- seating, that the emigrants from Ohio number , several hundred, that they emigrated to Kansas j in the full faith of peace and protection; that i they held no doctrines other than sueh as art common in Ohio; that coming from a Free State and holdiag snch ssntimsnts. they are j practically disfranchised brolious teitothi; j that many of theu r.umber have been killed - ! many robbed, and all sabject to grevicus in - j dignities and injuries: thai they have appealed in vain lo the Federal Government for nervi. lion; and that the strife, which has st present' r - coated,, may recommence at any moment, when a new attempt shall be made to enfor-. stances or particular oulrsges. Tt... . 1. . I'u'wsiauian cannot oft proper di.reRded. As an equsl number of the eon - f-'eraey. Ohio eu.uled to demand for her 1 cn. emignung 10 the ter i ories, free orees and egress by tbe ordinary toalae, aad complete protection from invasion, from usur- natioa aad Iron lewises eiol.nee. If the Gen- ersi orerntKot r-!ie thw protection. I est- Lt dotrhi tbe rifffat of tbe Sute to iotwveae. There is good grouada. however la hope 'that the wortt It over in Kantat. From rue Free Slate preu of the territory, and from i i i other reliable sources, assurances are received that peace, or Jer and seennly are reettabliab-1 led. tor the preten'. at lesat. within its limits. i Meny of the most dsogeroua of (he marauders have Wfl ihe territory, and a dipoeitiea s ' men ilea ted bv tbe prt-tent tetritorfsl oremor. ho respect and proleC. lb riht a of Free i Pia'e tettlert. There is roaeon to expect that ( the most obnoxious actt of the Pseudo Legis-, Isture will be sbrogated. and tliat ihe bad do-, sign of the repeal of the Missouri .Prohibition, il!be defeated by ihe virtue and intelligence of the people Meanwh.le there it much distress occasion-( ner; iBierierec wun mis vjBvernmeBi, aa .uco, ed by the civil di-turbanee which requires re- shows most conclmive'y, that the most infa lef U is gratifying toobservo tSstlhe propriety mous land pirate ipirit predominates ia this and duty of affording this relief is recognised ' Government. Again we aay, why is this spirit by iho humane and liberal of all parties. The exhibited in the officials who govern ur ? On people of Ohio will, I doubt not, approve what-1 ly that the grand uftertor object may be dis ever rou may find it expedient and necessary teminaled, expended and maintained that ihe to do in order to protect the emigraott from damning blight of tlavery shall be extended - . .1 lit tufferirtg, disease and death to whieh they Are expoted. Such, gentlemen, are the viewt which 1 1 icy w in thete degenerate dayt dubbeJ i)e have thought it my duty to submit to you. I ocracy ! from suuh a Democracy, may the shall rejoice if they meet your approval, and Omnipoteat arm, through the intelligence and the approval of our common constituents. virtue of the people protect a; ia our most ar- SbouM it ba otherwise, I shall slill rejoice if, dent prayer. supplying my defects aad correcting my errrrs, Fromtht Xew York Evniing Mlror your legislation shall be wiser and better then Ahe mM of DestlBy m auiropaiinna. Amnntr the atttel of the I'- .. .(.: i .1... ,L. i ' - -rn B " - -. , , , , Q nion. Ohio holds no secondary place. Sur- jk. I passed by msny in extent and by two in popu-, . j i.u u . ... .... 1 Ution and wealth, she confesses inferiority to .............. reai in resources, sue it greater etui in uer , I 1 unsullied faiih, in her seal for education, in , ... -,. i,.. r ly. , -"""b, i ; right, nu in tier uevoiion to iioeny. iuesjHnd preplirinjr to do "something vigorcu!, sre the jewels in ser crowa ot honor. Let it bsour honorable ambition lo preserve their ongntness unwraiMieci anu unoimmea, H. f. LllAJjE., ijolumliut. Jan. 6. 1157. .I . i . VinC VLflcVOll JTCC jJilS tmr-mn i 1 OFFICIAL PAPER OF TUB OOVSTY Carrolltou, Thursday, an- 15 . 18SJ. msmssss B-I- '"- -- . V -" Wll.MAU Utl.'UT. Jous II Tsiee.) TRIPP M'COY LUllWnnO f nil'DI IsJITLDC riifllUltO 1 UJJLilOIirill.; una Dw UT and riliy Ceuls per annuia, in aiivaxck, I Two Uullafl 1 1 tint puul wiilim thoyt-ar. T ERMS OP A DVER TISING Oae oQiaro, or Ijai, three iu.-crtioiii". . il 00 Eton aJdl'loaal Inserts n, 25 ' I 9qnaes, S mo, S,B0. I mo, It.OO. It sso. $11,00 i.' Mv'm u 7','"." on!! ; 1 Oolumn " " rt'oo. " " 7,50. " " iooo 8,'M). " ' ll.i'O. 15,00 25,00 ' " " 11,00, " " U,0O. " fff" Ten lines or loss of solid Brevier will be consid "red a S(nare. tffArJvertlsi'rs must he particular to maik the nuin bi'r of insertion J in .he face of their advertisements, ur they wl bo published until ordered out, and charged ifctHihagli ;H?" AavecilserasntS should be hgnded in by Tft uT moiinimo, to insure insertion that week. iV JOS Work noailv and expdniously executed at I lis office, on the sliortrs po-siblo noiice. arUAV). A. OROFUTi 73 South Fourth Htrcet, a bovo Walu'tt. I'liiladelphin, is our iiulhoiied ugeutlo Obtain Advei tiscniiTiiU tor us iu that city. Wons k QOIH. PilbJUberS ol tilt "Commercial Regwtef," are our New-York Agents. Office 141) Ful ed Street, New-York. lJf", M, 1'atTUiuiLL k Co., are our auihorisd A gents, lor procuring advailisimei.U iu the CttJ ol Jae tun and vlsewheie. jyj . T, F, WsuiiiT, is our only atithoiizod agent for procuring advertisemeuts iu tlio city ol Pittsburgh, liiwv tt Jewiiit;ra. 1. Subsci lbcis who do not give nntioe to the contra ry, sre cjusiJeiuJ as wishing lo eoutiuue iheir aubseiip unu , j. II subioribore order tho discontinuance of their payors, 1! c publisher may continue lo senu them uutil allarrtaraees are paid. I. U subici ibors nogler.t or refuse to hike their po rludicals from the othce to which they are directed, they are held responsible 'fll they have settled the bill, and ttit red thew diceon united. 4. If aubscilbers rciuave to other places without in forming ii. publishers, snd the papers are aunt to the 'armor a-ie-llon, they are held responsible. 0. The tn, ;.s have decided that, refusing to take oapers bam the on. ;e, or removing aud leaving them dialled for, is priiaaaefn evidence o( intentional fraud. r,jf l'ostinaslers jo notify a publisher that a news. p-tjk is not takoi. from the ollice, aro requited to grve ths nr. why thet are not taken out. (Sec Post Of I tnslrmutiousauil Laws. Walker tiio Ftlubuster. This notorious mnileman, it woaid seem from latest advices begins to find himself in a most cTuical condition. Driven almost entirely from tbe soil of the count) y, thai he so surrep- tiously entered, And with a doubtful fool hold upon botrd a few ar steamers, he is borne down upon by a victorious srnsy of superior numbers, who are opposing the invaders, anJ perilling their lives in defence of their homes, their children, Iheir laws, and their coactry. i He Is awaiting, it ii ssid, further supplies 0f 'men and money from the United State. And j expects to increase tie bandit army suveral ' hundred in a few days from last advices. These supplies of men snd money still leave our sea I norts without any annan-nt interruntion on the 11 ' . 1 -- P"t of the Federsl Goveromsnt. What mean alltk-ese operations, both positive and neira 1 live ? Is not Walker from a Southern Slip J ' tbit Confederacy ? Has he not received Ids 'chief aid from iho Soulh. and that city of "all ,ouls" New York. Is he not applauded as a ' great hero by that greai Democratic organ the New York Day Book ? And by the entire L .. , , Southern press, luciuuirg tne Washington U- ! nion T Ag.in w. s.y wL do all these thing. Ha. Walker not established .Uv.rym Nicaragua .0 far a. hi. edictec, be enforced? Use be sot ased seme of the avaet tabttaadej and eweriionous ciliteat of that M fated coue- (ry to be shot, aad tbeir property confis ated Ud eooeemed by bit inradiig amy? Cm "J saaa with tne talent of commcei teaee be to bliad as not to see tbe rreat alterior object of all these poeitire and negative facts ? Moot assuredly this Nation aa a Government is not chargeable with domg much mat exalte in a . . .l Natioo." bat with (bat which should and done eond - mn it. in the judgment of all Christiaa Natioas under the san. via: of winking at of- ncially and eacof4rag;ni privately, all lBttl i- retew ami high wy roooers, wno see ni w band tbemelvet together ucder ihe leaderahij of one of their boldest and most urscrupuioua leaders, armed and equipped With all tbe mai- oiiiona of war. to serve fhe seaports of .be na lion for the nvowed purpose ol making war up. on, tubduioi,'. driving out, or exterminating, a Nation of people who bad neTer ia any man. ... j -.l r . L .with all its inhumanitii a; from the North, to the very confines of South America I Such a pol- oilHC nni ncTti vei cinuuru iuil me cir- cuUtion of the New York Ledger is over one ...... huadr, J Bjnety tAousand, and yet we know J J tnal it j8 0Ter two hundred and twenty five ' considers t only a mere beginning a ;:oin O r I abase of operations. IU wants a ...... halt-million Oelore slopping to lake bieath Ult pagc adverl'sflments and his 5,000 checks i for advertising, he looks upon simply as pleas lM( little effons in a small way-better than . nthing, perhaps, but not ut all worthy of the ! (jrentesi h.mily purer in the world. Subscrip- I tions are pouring in by the buihi l.but ho wimls ! Ihem to come by ti e Ion. He Im mnnopoli- zed all of the moil popular ' wiiler's in Ihe coun- tryi but that does not satisfy him; he is look ing aeross the Ail.intic, and into the worn') of thtfuture. for nr-re. And just here an idea oc urs to us; if anybody wants to make a hand tome specul it'ion, let him "prow" n cvj'S o 1 :. n mi - i IP'P"1" wr'iers- nonner win p.y mm itny price for them, auditive him a premium ! t die, Kealiy, thu man bonner " must bo put a top lo." He ia loo exiravicrnnt and too mo. nopolizing. Common folks, and common pur tea, stand no sort of chance ali-ng side ol him snd bis, He renders competition hopeless; nod R" competition is tue "iiie, v: trade, tie win kills competion who smothers competiiion i wno overwhelm competiiion, and frightens it into fits, and knocks it into the middle of next eek, and keeps it there, should, to say the least be looked al ter. But Bonner is past look infj after. A man w'th the en:irr press of 1I12 country on his fitle, sv it Is all the newspapers woiking for him liki so many louomoiives, with all the postmasters getting up clubs, nnd with all iht Indies nnd the reit of mankind 'mad" to rend his paper what can be don with him? Nelhfwf literally nothing ex cept to tuin in, with sll '.he nn, snd he'phim along us one best cud; and this notice may be set down, to our credit, as one of these in vol untary and inevitable boosts. The Ledger s pros pecius, by the way, will bo found in our ud vertiiiutr column. Read it. if you wiuh to lo subscribe for the gral family paper. Boansa Ri ffiak in Tbovblb Mr. Geo, IC, Clarke late Indian Asnt iu Kansas aad the man who murdered Barber hai not only been deprived of his agency, bul according lo th Lecomple Uniun, Ml properly is taking to its j eg BD(J runnin r off. 1 , . ment sppears in the ( The following advertise p pears in ihe I nion. "Firry Dollars Keward. Left my premises near Lecot!pton,K. T., on Thurtday, the 17t! of November last, my negro woman JUDY She is about 35yers old, 6faet 3 or 4 inch es high, and corpulent, weighing about 225 pounds. She is very black, wilh several teeth eut in front, and speaks intelligently snd plaus ibly. She has been seen at several houses in he neighborhood and when last seen was Irav eling towards Lawrence. She is a good cook and Washerwoman, und in other respects snd excellent Housc-riervsnt. She Is no doubt lurking in or about Lawrence, if she has not si rady secured a passage on the uaderground railway to Chicago. "Iwillgiie b 25 for information that i 1 ad to her apprehension, or $60 to any person who will deliver her at my residence. GEO M. CLARKE. December 2, 18')5, n'27-xt:1' "J.dy" will not "put the keule an1' any more or Mr. Geo. W, Clarke. C"i. Leader. Harri b' rgh, Jaa. 9. The Democrats in caucus to-day, nominated Mr. Forney for U. S. Senator, on tbe first bal lot. Sixty members were present tnd nine ab sent. Mr. Forney received 35 votes, Mr. Rob ins 21, and 4 scnttsring. St Louis, Jan. 10. Ths Missouri Legislature will go into joint sesiien for the purpose of electing two U. S. Senators. The legality of Mr, Jackson's insugartion as Lieut. Governor, will be tested as soon as the Conit meets. DaTRoiT, Jan. 10. ZaoHars Chandler, of Detroit' was nominat ed for U. S. Senator by a caucus of the Repub hean members of the Michigan Legislature. New iofrtisniuntSa PENMANSHIP. mtio, 1 . WOSX wibku to improve laeaatereas ia wHtin, U he laraWhed, poae p id, tu . ,rilu. Jl ol eeeaeaon tbe Speiiceriat &?steia,aa4 full (iPUna, Han bee tabltttst roar owa satetart ia the art, la thirty ceuu, or that amount iu pot lag atetaa. Tji sal lor oao Collar, ACdreea, BTAN.EY k JOIffff. IaeaoTill, Culuiubiaoa eeaate, Jan, IS, I8S7.-3 Ohio BLACKWOOD 8 IBASAgME The rilili Quartcily Review! GRKAT INDnn5MBrTT9TO"Wi8CRIBEr CoM Ruiucmi 1 to 75 per cm! L. BCOTTk CO., Nob Vork, aoatiaaa u fublioh lbs follooinir IcadhiK A'.nwli Feritrdicals, viz: 1. 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Inquire at jour pott office, or rend bra prjecimen and prospect 11 f. andget up a club an erg jeuv ueiph bora Now is the time to look out for (iovd reading for the winter. 8. D. HARRIS, ColuiuWus, 0., January 8, 1-57- Editor Slit Pu'Hialicr. " NOW READY. THE NEWSPAPER REGISTER. A Collection 0 Xewspaptr Fad and Stalittics, containing A COMPLETE Lidol E WHIMPERS In the United States, Canada and Great Britain. The only reliable work of the kind iu thnwae d, Au invaluable assistant to the Editor, Book Publinber and general advertiser. 8 to. 2U0 pp., Un the receipt of i, it will be pre paid per ll to any L-ni t of tho country. ZAY BROTHER, PubUthers, No 83 Dock street, Philadelphia. Editors importing tho above three months, with editorial reference, and sending copiei of paptr, pre paid, to the above address, willreeeive a copy of the work. ... 1 . January 8,1857. 3m. SHKRll'TN SALE. SI do Caia et. uls. ) By virtue of two writs vt V ef execution! fcttned from George F. Saltsman, ettla ) the Court of Common 'leas of Carroll county, Ohio, snd to me directed, I will expose to public isle at the door of Ike Court House, iu Carrolllon, Ohie, On Saturday, Jhe 1th ofay 9 February 1857, between the hours of 10 o'clock A M. snd 4 o'clock, P. H on said day, ths following premises situate iu Mecininiestnvtii, Carroll county, Ohio, to wit: tola No. 10, 11, 12, 11 and 15. in MechsQicstowv. Agonised at ?375, taken in execution as the property 0T John' F, Lindsay. Tunis cash. JOHN H. WHITCA'.l FT, January 8, ls57.pr. fee A3 . Sheriff. ' "S SALE. John S- Hunter, (By virtue of a fa. et, lev. fa. isauedout of the Thomas Vanhorn, and 1 Court at Coraiaot Pleas for William Vaiihorn: ( Carroll county, Ohio, and tome direceed, I will offer for sale at toe door of the Court House in Carrolllon. Ohio, On Saturday, the! (A day of February, 1867, between tbe hours ol Hi o'clock A. M, aad 4 e'jlock, P. .If, of said day, the following described real estate,' situate in Lop township, Carroll county. Ohio, to wp; The east half of tho southeast quarter ef section 17, of township 13, ef range J, coutaiuing one hundred aorei, mora or loss, taken is the property of Thom as aud Ullliam Van Born, Term cash, JOHN U, WHITCItAFT.aberiff, January 8; l857,-prfee$,3o0, SHERIFF'S SALE. The Harrison Hrancb of the Stats I By vfrtse of sn .flank of Ohio, in Cadis; J eiectttioa Issued vs I from tbe Court of Hanei W. Glessonor, et. all. f Common PleSs for Harrison comity, Ohio, and to me diiected, I will ei-. poec to public sale at the door of the Court House in GiBrrollion, Ohio, On Saturday, th 7A day of February, 157, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. at. snd 4 o'clock P. M. on said day, ths following real estate, situate in Lee township, Carroll oonnty, Ohio, vii: The east half of the southwest quarter of section 35, township 12 and range 4. Approved at H00,00," Taken aa the property of Bines Glesrener. Terms cash. JOHSJ H. WHITCAAJT, Sheriff. Jsnniry 8, 1357,-pr fee3.00.