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M Carroll fief JJrr 1171 HAVE l4Tjr ortnnnt of Job type, ( P wf and en da nrrrii work thin nnv snT-1 , tn in tbi) vwiuity. H'n oi.lt uk atrial Mr chant and olbtr bo want Carpi, Cibcolabb, Pampblbts, Biabbs, Hamobilu, Bill-Hbads, Tickbts, Pboabahmis. Cataloodbb, WiJ' be accommodated in ibi ihertant point kit Haw nodnrnta term THE UNION OF THE 8TATE8 AMD cowsTrnmoii of the umoH" VOL 36. ARKOLLTOY OHIO. WEDNESDAY. MvKMKR 17, 18.58. NO. 47. Gov Seward Party Politics Ion speteb, (Mirer! at Rochester, New York. M tbe 2Mb of October, 1858 Oov. Seward will: I lie very constitution of the Demo cratic par j commit it to execute all the designs of the slaveholders, whatever they may be. It is not a putty of the whole Union of all the free Slates asd of all the late Statu; nor yet ia its parly of the free Statea in the North and ia the Northwest; but it is a sectional and lo cal party, having practically its seal with in the slave States, and counting its con nlituency chiefly and almost exclusively there. Of all its representative in Con green and in the Electoral Colleg.a, two thiids uniformly eome from these Slates. Its great element of strength lies in the vote of the s'avebolders, augmented by the representati ju of three filths of the laves. Deprive the Democratic party ol thii strength, and it wonld be a helpless and hopeless rainoiity, incapable of con lioued orgsiizalion . The Democratic parly, being thus local and sections!, ac quires new itrongtb frrn the admission of every new (.lave State, and looses relatively by the a linission of every uew free State into the Union. A party is in one tense a joint stock association, in which then sviro contribute most direct the action and rnanag inent of the concern. The slave holders, contributing in an overwhelming proportion to the capital strength of the Democratic party, thoy necessarily dictate and prescribe its policy. The inevitable caucus system enables tbem to do so with a show of fairness and justice. If it were possible to conceive for a moment that the Democratic party should disobey the be hests of the shareholders, we should then nee a withdrawal of the slaveholders, which would leave the party to perish. The portion of the party which is found in the free States is a rut re appendage, con vergent to modify its sectional character without impaiiing its sectional constitution and is lets effective in regulating its move ment than the nebulous tail of the comet is in determining the nppointeJ though apparently eccentric course of the fiery sphere from which it emanates. To ex pect the Democntic party to resist Sla very and favor Freedom, is as unreasons. Lie r to look for Protestant missionaries to the Catholic propaganda of Rome. Tl e history of the Democratic pvrty commits u to the policy of a'avery. It lies been the Democratic party, and no otVer agen cy, which has carried that policy up to its present alarming culmination. 'Without stopping lo ascertain, critical ly, the origin oi the present Democratic par rogation of the law which declared thai nsiiber Slavery nor involuntary servitude should ever exist within that part of tbe aecient territory cf Louisiana which lay outside of tbe State of Missouri, and north of tbe parallel sf 36 deg. 30 min. of north latitude a law which, with tbe exception of one other, was tbe only statute of Free dom then remaining in tbe Federal code." From the Railroad Record. The Crop of IMS. A great many peroral are, and will be disappointed about their year's crops. For a long time, tbe writers of newspa pers represented tbe crop of this season as yood. But tbe month of August had not arrived before it was proved to be fallacious- Tbe grass crop it probably the only one which was really good; and that was not extraordinary. Fortunately, to prevent distress, there was a large surplus of tbe old crops, and it if this which has been goiog to market. and preventing the rapid rise of prices. The effect of a falling off in one season is never ftlt nil tbe following year. It wi not be felt till next March, how great the Ulling on of tbe wheat crop wis. Tbe deficiencies in oats and corn will be frit this winter aery much. It may not be ai haul a winter as it was two years since, but tbe prices of food for cattle and horses must rule h g' , We estimate the loss of Crops, in the North west, including Iowa and Minnes sola, to be as follows: Average crop of Wheat for 1868, at 15 bush els per acre Actual productions, at 10 bushels per acre Loss Average crop of Indi an Corn at 33 bush els Actual crop at two third Deficiency Average crop of Oat, in 1858 Actual crop at one-half 64,000,000 bus, 42, 1 66,000 21,334,000 bus. 210,000,000 " 140,000,000 " 70.000,000 80,000,000 " 40,000,000 " Deficiency 40,000,000 " Now, if we are at all accurate in thii, there is nn actual deficiency, in regard to what should be an average crop in 1858, ofoM hundred and thirty seven million of bushels; which is about thirty five per cent, on an ordinary crop. Of this, twen ty millions of bushels come from the food ty we may concede u claim to erne iroro ; of maD and 0De hundred and ten from me area or good jewing wuicrr occurred the food of animAia aod whiskey. The under ice Administration oi rreaiueoi fttter ,,1, we Cin vefy we do wjtbout Monroe. At that time in this State. andjBulnotw w;th the food of animal aoour mat time B many ouiers or me iree n addition to this may be noticed a defi- mates, the Uemociatic party deliberately ciency j0 potatoes, and ao almost total fail aistrancuised me nee coioieu or Aincan U10 of ,ruit Both of these are cf more citizen, and it has pertinaciously continued consequence than ii generally couaid- tiifs disfranchisement ever since inw , re,) KM au effective aid to Slavery, lor while L Tuit tl)erc or IlM DM!1( , i lii. tlnrn ri,,M.,r - it nu fur lira slui'M ' i 0 a B - urp.us irom last year, on bind. agaiwt Freedom, tbe freed slave m tha, 2. That the crops ofotber States ap free State', is prohibited from voting ,,, t0 be nearly or quite an average. against slavery, rn tax 1, me tmocracy 8. The crops of Europe appear t0 be rwnicu uie tireuuii ui wiu wuintjr u- o-,vi1 : and ipnre. I Pr w lie nn rrr.iul Am himself before that time an accepta ble Democrat and in 1328 it cxp.llol him from the Presidency, and put a slave holder in his place, although the office had been filled by slaveholders thirty-two out of forty years. In I83C, Martin Van Buren 'be first non-slavelio'ding citizen oft free St tj to whose election the Dem ocn.t'c party exer consented signalized Jus inauguration into tbe Presidency by a gratuitous announcement that under no circumstances would ha ever approve a bill for abolishing Slavery in the District of Columbia. From 1838 to 1844, the subject of abolishing Slavery in the Dis trict of Columbia, and in the National dock yards and arsenals, was brought be fore Congress by repented popular appeals-, ffh'e Democratic party thereupon prompt ly denied tbe right of petition, and effec tually suppressed the freedom of speech in Congress, as far as tbe institution of Sla very was concerned. ' From 1840 to 1843, good and wise men counselled that Texas should remain outside of the Union nntil she should con sent to relinquish her self-instituted Sla very, but the Democratic party precipita ted her admission into the Union, not on ly without that condition, but even with a covenant thkt the State might be divi ded and reorganized so as to constitute four slave States instead of one. " 'In 846, when the United Ststes be came involved in a war witb Mexico, and it was apparent that the straggle would end in the dismemberment of thst Repub lic, which was a non-slaveholdiog power, the Democratic party rejected a declaration that Slavery should not he established Within the Territory to be acquired. When, in 1850, Governments were to be instituted in the Territories of California and New Mevico, the fruit of that war, the Democratic party refuted to admit New Mexico as a free State, and only con sented to admit Cslifornia a a free State demand there We grant that these will counterbal ance the other, provided there is no falling off next year. But, should the crops prove bad, there must be scarce tiroes in the West. As it is, tbe supply of flour and eorn in the markets of the West will bs moderate during the winter, But, in food for animals, there will obviously be a deficiency, and notwithstanding the price of cattle, is comparatively low now, we look for a rise in cattle, and all other animals before spring. The present aspect of autumnal weather leads us to expect a return of regular sea sons; and without an extraordinary inter position of Providence, we shall expact full crops in the next season. ARIckJOke. In one of tbe numerous counties in Georgia, not many years ago, a medical practitioner not a graduate sued one of the patrons for what be owed him, in a Justice's Court. A limb of the law, suited to the locality and the client, un dertook the defence, and contested the claim on tha ground of the discipleiEscul apius not being a regular graduate. our friend the doctor, felt nonplussed. All his rides his valuable time and doses of physic seemed to have been be stowed for naught But patience and perseverance overcome all things, and ne cessity ia tbe mother of invention, The day of trial arrived. With an air of tri umph, the defendant's lawyer paraded bia authorities and made a crushing argument utterly demolishing the poor M. D. as be thought . When he had concluded, tbe Doctor approached tbe Justice, and depositing what he laimed to be bis diploma, with a respectable bow, politely retired Co bis seat. The law var looked a I., ... . ' T . me rarmiaabie document, scrutinized Or. Jackson's Process of Maling syrup aua sugar trom lat cut MM 8ogar Cane. Id the first plsce, it is necessary to filter the juice of the plant, a it comas from lb mil!, in order to remove the ceLulose and fiberosB BMttirs snd the starch, sll of which are present in it when expressed. A bag filterer, or one made of s blanket placed in a basket, will answer this pur pose. Next; we have to add a sufficiency of milk of lime f that, ia lime slacked and mixed witb water) to th juice, to render it slightly alkalin, as shown by its chang ing tumeric paper to a brown color, or red dened litmus paper to a blue. A small excels of lime is not injurious. After this addition the juice should be boiled, saj for fifteen minutes. A thick green rcum rapidly collected on the surface, which is to be removed by a skimmer, and then the liquid should agaiu be filtered. It will now be of a pale straw color, ind ready for evaporation, and may be boiled down qniie rapidly to about half its orig insl bulk, after which the fire must b 1 kept low, the evaporation to be carried on witb great caution, and the syup constantly stirred to prevent it from burning at the bottom of the kettle or evaporating pan. Portions of tbe syrup are to be taken out, from time to time, and allowed to cool, to aee if it ia dense enough lo crystalize. It should be about as dense ss sugsr house molasses or tar. When it has reached this condition it insy be withdrawn from tbe evaporating vessel, and be placed in tuba or casks to granulate. Crystals of sugsr will begin to form generally in three or four days and sometimes nearly the whole mass will granulate, leaving but little molasses to be drained. After it has solidified, it may ba scooped out into con cal bags, made of coarse open cloth, or of canvas, which arc to be hung over ume vessel to receive the molames; and the drainage be ing much aided by warmtb, it will be use ful to keep the temperatuie of the room at 80 or 90 degrees F. Aftei some days it may be removed from the bags, and will be found lo bo good brown sugar. It may now be refined by diseolving it in hot wa ter, adding to tbe solution some white of an eSSt (J 0110 egg for every 100 pounds of sugar,) mixed with cold water, after which the temperature is to be raised to boiling, snd the syrup allowed to remain at that heat for half an hour. Then skim and filter lo remove the coagulated album en and the impurities it has extracted from tbe sugar. By the use of bone-black, such as is prepared for sugar refiners, the sugar may be re-colored by adding an ounce to each gallon of 8aeharine solution and boiling tbe whole together. Then filter, and you will obtain nearly colorless syrup. Evap orate this, as before directed, briskly, to halt its bulk, and then slowly, until dense enough to crystalize, leaving the syrup as before in tubs, or pans, to granulate. This fugar will be of a light-brown color, and may now be clayed or whitened by the usual method : that is, by putting it into cones, and pouring a saturated solution of white sugar upon it so as to displace tbe molasses, which will diop from tbe apex of the cone when inverted. It is now refined IMM INrMnasjaaiBiee. FkntrmI of tht Arekdmkmt Maryrtt cf Anm-Tk4 RmmUt Dittritmfd The M. Y. Kveaiag Peat trsestntes lb following curious details from a German private letter receoUy received from Vien na: "The Hapsbargbcrs the reigning hoase of Aaatria while living asuat be revemae ed w. n dead they nut be worshipped. As a proof of t'.is let roe relate to yon what deposition was made of the dead body of the Archduchess Margaret whose death was sowe time saaoe announced, Arebdncai diut au4 not return to dust; nd priestly ounomg and anyarebial tra dition call for the enactment in one of tbe largest and moat brilliant capitals of En rope of a drama only to be performed by barbarians in the dark ages. "The Saxon Princess Margaret, wife of the Archduke Charles, was laid upon a blcck and chopped in pieces, in order to send different parts of lbs body to vsriow paru ol tbe country. 1 be chopping op process took place ia the chapel of the cas tie, in tbe presence of the dead woman's husband. Extended upon tbe red draped block lay tbe naked, white corpse, sur rounded by priests chanting in latin, youths swinging censers, snd a number, of men armed with choppers, sswi and other in strumenU. First, tbe heart was cut out of tbe body, inclosed in a golden esse, and placed in an urn. It was then sent to Rome to be consecrated by the Pope, af ter which ii was sent to the Loretto cb-sp- el, and thence returned to Vienna. Bui il was not to rest here. Ten cities claim ed tbe honor of being Homer's birth place, and six Austrian Bishoprics claimed tbe privilege of possessing sll, or a part of the sainted Margaret's body. Tbe Bishop of Prague would be content wilh tbe srms, tbe Bishop of Salzburgh wished to obtain tbe bead and shoulders, while tbe Bisbop of Lentz anxiously desired to possess the two miudls fingers. The Viennr consis tory was obliged to decide between the claimants, and the besrt was at length for warded to tbe common council of Inspruck, Tyrol, accompanied by two autograph let ters of tbe Archduke Charles, one of which waa directed to the Chief of the Jesuits, in which the hope was expressed that Ty rol, the slwaya faithful,' would 'for all time cherish tbe memory of tbe Archduchess, who was a saint upon earth.' "Had the heart alone been separated from tbe body, tbe cboppiog-up process would soon have been finished; but the church demanded more. Hence the Arch duke Charles directed the cutting open of fiis wife's abdomen, which was dono. The intestines were taken out, placed in copper, silver and golden capsules, and sent with an autograph letter to tbe Cathedral of St. Stephen, where the said iutestines were first exhibited upon the altar, and then buried; fingers were aevered from tbe body, and sent with another autograph letter to Dres den. All that remained of the Archduch ess was then wrapped in red velvet, and laid in state on a catafalque; and ultimate ly the mutilated corpse was placed in a coffin and deposited in tbe imperial tomb." THB WOULD. The following wan oae of the late Major Noah's stories: 'Sir, bring me a good plain dinner,' id a melancholy looking individual to a The aananrvatana Af Fre Mae I.aawar-. Viwso4 I'olajtp km Marvuee Sonne of the Ads waiter at one of onr principal hotels. Y.I, ak.' The dinner waa broaght and devoured, asd the aster sailed the landlord to one aide, and thus addressed him: 'Are you lbs landlord f ' Yes.' 'Do yon do a good business here? 'Yes.' 'Then I am safe; I cannot pay for what I have consumed. I bav been oat of em ployment nbout aeveu snonths, bat I have been engaged to work to-morrow. I bad been without lood twenty-four hoars when 1 entered your establish meat. I will you in a week ! 'I cannot pay my bills with such promi see.' blustered tbe landlord, 'snd I do not keep s poor bouse. You should address tbe proper sutborities. Leave me something for security.' 'I have nothing.' T will take your coat.' 'The coat was left, and a week after re deemed. Seven year after thst a wealthy man entered the political arena and was presen ted to s caucus as an applicant for Con gressionnl nomination. The principal of the convention held bin pence. He beard lb name and the history of the appliocnt, who was a member of tie Church, and one of the most respectable citizens. He was tbe chairman. J be vote was a tie: and he cast a negative, thereby defeating tbe wealthy candidate whom be met an hour afterwards, and to whom he said: 'You don't remember me?' No.' I once ate dinner at your hotel, and si though I told yon I was famishing, and pledged you my word of honor'to pay jou 1 .1 . . in a week', vou toon my coal and ssw me go out into the inclement air at the risk of my life, without it.' Well, sir, whst then?' 'Not much. You called yourself Christian. To-uight you were a caoJi date for nomination, and but for me you would have been elected to Congress,' Three years after, the Christian hotel keeper became a bankrupt. The poor din nerless wretch thst waa, is cow a high functionary in Albany, I know him well, The ways of Providence are indeed won derful, and tbe world's mutations almost beyond conception its f. IwaliBtiUB journalists, expectants or servils recipients of executive favors, edict to be greatly slnrmed at a trams nttared by Sen ator Seward in bia recent speech at Roc ben- tor. Mr. Lincoln bad previously altered tbe same self-evident proposition, and !.L ' I - . . 1 ... who simnar sassct, upon ine retasCont DesBOCrats who were seeking for nn occa sion against bim, ia order to serve the ends of Dcuglas. There if something very puerile, if not worse, ia the decrials of these two great Opposition leaders on this ground, and in tbe futile alien pi to pervert their plain language of truth into the grossest heresy. In asserlintr that there is a natural and P7 irreeoncileable antagonism between that social order which is based on Slave labor, and that which recognizee only tbe work of faxb mzb, Messrs Seward and Lincoln only uttered what every man of common in telligence knows. As soon would a ra tional person question tbe simplest sxiom in msthemstics. Neither of those States- 1 men thought they were altering anything new or startling, in declaring ibis inherent and necessary antagonism. They merely asserted what waa self-evident to all think ing men. sod thst merely as a basis sod starling-point just as the geometrician lays down bia axioms for an argu roeot. All tbe past haa abundantly illustrated Urn fundamental truth. Not an Intelli gent man south of Mason snd Dixon's line wonld think of disputing it. It is on this principle thst tbe Soulh i continually Maryland , believe, is a raUaUe Op poeiiua Slate. She will ia daa liase wheel mto line with tbe Otawervative 0i posiiw party of tbe North. Tbe Kick mottd Whig (wi. perhaps rather loo san guine expectation, tboagh we hope not j saw: 'Maryland will bare do Dctnocrat ie bet next Congrrnatooai representation. Sire will lead tbe mighty catena waara is preparing to march upon ibis imbecile snd profligate Administration. .e ban been openly charged with aboli tionism by those who gnashed their tenth because she could not be induced toenail vote for James Bucbaaaa, who haa done more to fnvor and encoarage tbe suirit of boluion (baa all lb Presidents from Washington down. She baa rejacted these insults with calm dignity. She baa retorted by holding on the rack she entered upon four yearn ago. Kettaer threats nor cajolery have been able to turn ber an incb. FOR THE PRESIDENCY. it on tbe condition, as it has since explained , MV8r' minutes, while big drop of west the transaction, of leaving all of New roi,d down his face. Unable to dispute Mexico and Utah open to Slavery, to j iu utnority r find a flaw, he handed it in which was also added the concession 0f d'P'''' to the Justicea. These gentlemen perpetual Slavery in the District of Col-! 'coked at the mysteriou characters and umbia, and tbe passage of an unconatitu- turned the sheet in every possible position, tioual, cruel, and humiliating law, for tbe After having examined it to bis satisfac recapture of fugitive slaves, with a stipula- tioD nd privately consulted over the case, tion, thst the subject of Slsyery should tuny decided tn favor of the platnttff. never again oe agitated in either chamber 1 "e friendly paper was a areolar tn ref or loaf sugar. Tbe methods here described are the! NEW CANDIDATE common and cheap ones, such as any farmer ca 1 employ. It may be advantge ous, when operations of considerable ex tent are contemplated, to arrange a reL'u lar system of shallow evaporating pans for the concentration of the syrup, similar to those now used in Vermont for making maple sugar. It is evident that no ordinary methods can compete with those of a regular sugar refinery, where vacum pans are employed, and evaporation ii consequently carried on at a low temperature. If tbe planter should raise sufficiently large crops to war rant the expense of such nn apparatus 00 his place, be would not fail to manufacture large quantities of sugar and to operate with perfect success, but this can ba done only in tbe Southern, Middle or Western States, where extensive culture is common. Those who wish to have their brown su gar clarified, can send it to some of the large refineries, where the operations mnv be completed, and the sugar put up in tbe usual form of white loaves. A very large proportion of our agricul tural people will doubtless be satisfied wilh the production of a good syrup from this plant. Tbey may obtain it by following tie methods described in the first part of this paper, or they may omit the lime, and make an agreeable but slightly acidulous syrup, which will be of a lighter color than that which has been limed. This syrup is not apt to crystalize, owing to the presence of acid matter. The unripe cm be employed for making molasses, but will not yield true cane sugsr unless it is well matured. Pat. Office Report, .1867. of Congress. W ben, in 1664, the slave holders were contentedly reposing on these great advantages, lien so recently won, the Democratic party unnecessarily, officiously, and with supei serviceable lib ality, awaked tbem from their sluabtr, to offer and force on their acceptance tbe ab irtnee to Job David's Plaster in Dutch M3T Woman haa found her 'sphere' at last. It i about twenty-seven feet around and is made of hoop and crin oline, ' ' A Good M m's Wiata. I freely confess to you, saya Dr. Sharp, that t would retber, when I am laid in the grave, some one in bis manhood would stand over roe and say, "There lies one who was a real friend to me, ana privately warned me of tbe danger of tbe young- no one knew it, but be aided me in tbe lime of need. I owe what I am to bim." Or I would rather have some wic'ow, with choking utterance, telling her children "There is your friend and mine. He vis ited me in my auction, and found you, my ou, an employer, and you, my 'daugh ter, a happy home in a virtuous family,'' Yes, I would rather that auch persons would v:sit my grave, than have erected over it the most beautiful sculptured mon ument of Parian or Italian marble . The heart' broken utterance of reflections of past kindness, and the tears of grateful memory shed upon the grave, ere more valuable, in mv estimation, than the most costly cenotaph over reared. A German Sunday paper published at New York, suggests Morrissey as a proper candidate for the Presidency in 1860. Ibe editor insists that no one in Ccngress then would be so audacious as to refuse tbe appropriations of money, or to oppose the measures of tbe Administration; for who wou'd like to fight eleven rounds witb bis Ex ellency the President; lo have bis bead and breast smsshed? The United States would then have a itrong Govern ment. Hesiys: "Morrissey, Esq, is also a self made man The Hough Skins, Blood Tube, Majker Boys, Dead Rabbits, Plug Ugiies, and oth er patriotic associations and clubs, have al ready opened tbe campaign at Long Point, Canada, wbere Morrissey used striking ar gumenta against his opponent, Heeuan, Esq The following ticket is suggested for the Cabinet: For Secretary of State Yankee Sulli van, Esq. For Secretary of tbe Treasury Dad Cunningham, Csq. For Secretary of War Tom Hyer, Esq. For Secretary of the Navy John Dob son, JBisq. For Postmaster General Billy Mulli gan, Esq. For Secretary of tbe Interior Solon Borland, Esq. For Indian Aftslrs John Keitt, Esq. Mexico anal ( utsta. General John A. Dix,in a recent speech at Tammany Halt, declared himself in fn vor of annexing Cuba and Mexico. Caleb Cushing has just done the same thing, at a political gathering got up at Richmond. Va., under pretence of an agricultural ex hibition. When two renegade abolition ists, like Dix and Cuthing, who havs no thing to hope for except an occasional crumb to be thrown lo tbem by the cotton plant politicians, are both found harping on tbe Uuua and Mexico siring, the pub lic easily understand what is in tbe wind. It shows that tbey are both looking out for a good investment in the lave trade, and that tbey think Mexico and Cuba of fer them a fine opening. Missouri Dim. tW Some of the farmers in Maine hire 'raised such immense quantities of pump. kins and squashes this summer that they have to rent neighboring lands to store tbem on. The farmers o? old Berks made so great a squash of Clancy Jones that the Presidential been compelled to store bin away in Austria. Sorghum Syris. Mr. E, W. Mstber, of Solor, Cuyahoga county, on the 27th of May last planted 0U4; rods or ground to U binese Sugar Cane He began to cut it up Oct. 25th, ground the cane at a mill in Bedford, obtained 425 gallons of juice which produced 9l gal lons of molasses, which readily sells at 63 cents per gallon, amounting to 957,48. Minnesota has the biggest Chinese Su gar Cane manufactory that we have yet beard of, and the cultivation of the Sor ghum in that northern latitude seem to be a complete success. Ibe St. Anthony Express states that tbe culture has been carried on tbe past season to a greater or less extent in nearly every county in the State. At Fairbault, Rice county, Mr. E. P. Mills, haa gone into tbe culture and manufacture on quite an extensive scale. His building, several hundred feet in length, presents quite tbe appearance of a Southern or West India sugar bouse. He has mills for grinding tbe cane which were kept running day and night during the grinding season, and some boiling pans thai hold about 100 gallons of juice each. He haa manufactured from 100 to 1 50 barrels of syrup, which is scarcely inferior to tbe best golden syrup, and sells readily at 76 cents per gallon . Mr. Mills is so thoroughly satisfied of the entire success of tbe culture of tbe cane in Minnesots, that he proposes next year to cultivate from fifty to seventy-five acres, and to erect per manent steam sugar works. Clev. Lead. A Yotjnostxr Boot-Black A comi cal affair occurred at the South Ferry the other day. A worthy, middle aged citi zen responded to ihe pathetic appeal of one of tbe juvenile fraternity of street PaacncAL Josrjro. 'A few daya liace,' wntn an ait rnv, 'as 1 waa ait ting with brother D., in bia office ia Coart Square, a ei ent cams in and said SpuireD , W , the stabler, shaved me dieadfully yerterday, and I want lo eome up witb him.' 'State your ease,' says D Client 'I asked bim bow much be would 1 barge me for a boras and wagon to go to Uedbaro. Us said one dollar and a half. I took tbe team, and when I came back I pnid bim one dollar and a half, and Ire said he wanted another dollar and a half for coming back, and made me pay it.' D gav him some legal advice, which the client immediately acted upon, as follows: lis went to the stabler and said 'How much will you charge me for a horse and wagon to go to Salem I' Stabler replied, 'Five dollars.' 'Harness him up '.' Client went to aalem, came back by railroad, went to tbe stable saying 'Here is your money,' paying bim five dollars. ' WLere is my horse aod wagonf say j W . 'He i at salem,' says my client; 'I on ly hired him to go to Saieml acting. If any have ever indulged the. rita. .aaa . die cream or a balance 01 power between CaBBAoaa abd Disusiob We have the two sections, even tbst implies most fomi g Mw U0B1 of UBioa for mt clearly the conflicting nature of tbe two Tne Atlanta Georgian acknowl. yetema. It ts only opposing forces tbst edges the receipt of csbbsges from tbe can be balanced. In point of tact, one of New York Market, which ail readily tbeae systems or tbe other has, at a given I, t 400 per cent advance on coat, period, clearly had tbe preponderance inj.od .ys tbe idea of a people who will our national affairs. In tbe early days of not r,lse their own cabbages being bored tbeRepoublk; Free Labor clearly bad ibe u, death by agitators about independence ascendant in an tbe plan of tbe great tnd urged to disunion is preposterous. If patriot who fouaded tbe Government, 1 tney will not raise cabbages now, thev Tbe teodeney was to limit and straiten ' wj BOt ,h,m then, and the South tbe doraarn or Slavery to leave it to j wouid jmport l0ra fan, g tortigi work out ita own law of progress or decay conntrr wilh a tariff of two or throe cent. where it had taken root, aod to prevent pr bead tacked on to help to defray the its ga ning any new foothold, all on this Mpeosee of tbe Government, of for .. continent. Later years bsve shown a ,linl nmitninn tn iuinn tU hnnu prepond r.nt tendency, so fsr a the Gov- productions! Dissolve tbe Union and ernment is concerned, in an opposite direc jraport crbbsges preposterous! Zoeri tion. But tbe lawi of nature are stronger t e Journal. thaa all human devices. Even during i ibis last snd darkest period of national "I have alwaya considered advertising Administration, free labor has been out- liberally and long to be the great medi- s'rrpping slavery, with rapid strides. urn of success in busmen, snd tbe prelude Tsney decrees and Presidectisl intrigues , to wealth. I have made it an invariable bave striven to mske the latter tbe univer-, rule, too, to advertise in the dullest times. sal law of the land, but freedom baa all long experience having taught me that the while been steadily marching to its money thus spent 11 well laid out; as by ultimste conquest keeping rr.y business continually before the Now, when sensible men erery where public, it has secured me many sales tbst see how this matter steads' it ii simply I would otherwise have lost, ridiculous for Leeompton orgsns, with a Stbphbi Gibabd. mshcious sffectstion of slnrm, to assail 1 uM. mnim rlftn,l, llf I... h,n.l, men who assart this truism, in the course iIld i business advertising ia ,f .. Aama.Manlii. .nal, T tna a I. . .... r ." "'6U""" uw the true philosopher's stone, that turns ev height of absurdity to construe such otter- e thm jt ach into gold. I bsv. ad aocesinto the preaching of a crusade verti9d imich in weekly aa well aa against Southern institutions. There ia in ft, hm,; Dof bsve I found thai ejmeth.ng worse than folly in pretending thoM tbe ltrgttt ciICation-of either that this involves any intended interfer- ,.i i.fi,,r m. a , tisun-- ltcucullcu aim sue iaavw. Johb Jacob Astbb. ence with slavery, such as conflicts with the strictest doctrine of State Rights. V ... L 1 - . II.. I .. ... no lueuuniig avow ninverj iu iuu ouues ; g-There was quite nine romance by outaiders much less the grsve hob- enacted in the Court House at Cincinnati, goblin of 'armed iutervei.tion' haa been , few daya ago. An Italian bad com contemplated for a moment either by from Naples snd found his runaway wife Governor Seward or by Mr. Lincoln. jvjDg jth bia vounger brother in Cincin- Thie their unscrupulous partizan assailants Mti. He had tbem arretted for adulterv. know perfectly well. Tbey thus a illfully nj then relenting went on bi knee b- nervert, however, what those gentlemen fore his unfaithful wife in tbe Court House have explicitly and clearly guarded from ,nd besouirht her lo return to Jiia arma such perversion. They suppress a vilsl Md go home to Italy with him. Tbe wo- part or tbe remarks made on this point. , nta hesitated, but tbe fear of being pun They try to alarm simple people by gar-; fchned aa an adulteress, sided tbe prompt bled extracts, which ate recklesaly glossed ngt 0f duty, and she yielded, and tbe case over with a meaning not to be deducted wu amicably settled, A man who would from tbem, and disclaimed by their au-! follow a runaway wife from Italy, and thorn in advance. tDeD beg of her on bis knees to accept his It is unnecessary to dwell farther upon proffered forgiveness, cannot ba a bad assaults so unscrupulously and ao manifea 1 husband, and deserves a better wife, tly ill-founded. Ibe subjoined extract from Gov, Seward'a Rochester speech, in immediate connection witb tbe pas- boot-blacks, bv submitting his calf-skins '8e ,.wn'c,b . , 'irs nP ,Le. New York (o tbe intimate acquaintance of brudies snd blackning; at tbe same time be con tinued reading an article on city politics. Wben one boot was polished, the other took it place. Deep in tbe science of po liticsl economy our friend unconsciously placed and replaced bia feet several times, until tbe whole editorial was finished, wben be demanded the charge. 'forty-two cents, sir. 'Forty-twe cents! why you young rsscsl. what do you mean; sixpence is the regu lar charge.' duals so, easv enough, but I re black ed yonr boots .seven times, and I alwaya want a sixpence a go.' A look at the grinning faces of tbe sur rounding crowd convinced tbe ex-Alder man that tbe joke was cheap at twice the charge, and so be paid it. Stop that Boy ! A cigar in his mouth, a swagger in bis walk, impudence in bis face, a care for-notbingness ia his manner. Judging from bia de.neanor be is older than his father, wiser than his teacher, more honored than Mavor of town. Stop him; he is too fast! He don't know hi peed stop him, ere tobacco shatter hi nerves, ere whiskey makes a beast of him ere hie pride ruing hi character, ere the 'lounger masters the man ere good am bition and manly strength giva way to low pursuits and brutish aims. Stoj) all tucb boys! Tbey are legion; tbe shame of their families, tbe disgrace of tbeir towns, the sad and solemn reproach of themselves. Ashtabula Telegraph. Herald and its fellow-organ in this city, disarms all such assailant of power for mischief: 'It remaius to a a y on this point only one word to guard against misappre hension. If these States are again be coming universally slaveholding, I do not prersnd to say with what violations of the Constitution that end shall be accomplish ed. On the other band, while I do confi dently belere and hope that my country will yet become a land of universal free dom, I do not EXPECT that it will be made so otherwise than through the ac tion of THE SEVERAL STAKES co-operating with tbe Federal Government and acting in strict conformity WITH THEIR RESPECTIVE CONSTITUTIONS." Aim Bad Lick Societt. A society has lately been formed at Bordeaux to put down tbe superstition of evil c Jena. As everybody knows, it is bad luck to begin anything on a Friday or to set down at a table waih thirteen or to balance your chair on one leg, or spill aalt between your self and friend. Tbe new Society propo ses to have regular dinner on Fridaya, to have thirteen, and spill aalt all around be fore commencing. In tbe oas whole ye r during which HI Luck haa been thua de fied, no single fatality has occurad to any member. To Core the Appetite for Tobacco The New York Independent gives tbe following as the experience of a clergyman hj smoked and chewed tobacco for ma ny years, and died these means to break off the habit: I bad a deep well of very cold water, and when ever the evil appe tite claimed indulgence, I resorted imme diately to cold water. Of this I drank what I desired, throwing out and taking successive moutbtulls, until tbe craving ceased. By a faithful adherence to this practice for a month I was cured. Aod from thst dav to this I have been as free from any appetite for tobacco as a nursing infant. I loathe tha use of the weed in every form, far more than I ever did be fore contracted babits of indulgence. I can respect tbe aristocracy of family tbe consciousness ol blood tbst baa flowed through historic veins, and throbbed under blazoned shields on fields of renown. I can respect the aristocracy of talent, rising above all material condi tions in itispiendfir and ita power. I can respect the aristocracy of enterprise, that bursts all obstacles, and itself earns a name end holds it with a modest self- assertion. But of s!l aristocracy, the aristocracy uf mere vu igar, flaming wealth, and north else, ia tbe emptiest and tbe silliest. Chopin. jyThe proprietor of ibe Troy (Ala.) Independent American, congratulate! him self upon having a new pair of breeehe the cloth cost him four 'bits' a yard. His wife thinks tbey are so handsome that she wears tbem herself. She ia nst the only woman that faney'a her husband's pantaloons. star Woman haw found ber true 'sphere' at last . It ia about 2? feet around, and r made of hoops and crinoline.