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, shall, past ap the notice provided forin ."bejireeeding. section in three eonspic, ... nous jilaoes ia each election preeinctin Biii;iiio:q41P at least ten days before t iiJifileqtion. jflxtifyiag the electors of jcl t9wp6hlp" to place npon theitbal 1 Jtl tha words, GousoliJatioa--Yes'' ,01 f.ha wprJs .'Consolidation No; "fSvl if, at such, elcctioii, a majority of ?. ajl iW ba'lQts -cast biiall' contain the '.war.vConsolidatiou, Yes" then it shall be the duty . of tlus couuty com "t,uissfoaor8,npon such vote being duly certified to theta bv said trustees, to make the... proper order consolidating fueh township into a single election rjrecioct.V,., ; ... -.'... .'s-Seo. 4- - That the act entitled an act " supplementary to an act eutitieiT "An ".Tact to. provide for the division of t.-wn-ships into election precints," passed ' .April,. S,,'.lSo-j, ; be and t ie game is fciierebyi iepealeC nl this act. shail take Vfffwt.'froiu after passage. jWIt-tlAlI WOODS, . ," , . Speaker of the House of liep's. 'President of the Senate. A r.ii! 12. 1S5S. . , ...-"- ;X$. To.j . ; ax. act. '.; 'lo arae.ua an act passed April 13th, , , loo, etuitwu an act lor tno Assess- jiu-iit ot.TasatioH of all property in . st jjt'bis, state, and for Levying: .Taxes ",. xiVi-uiean' a-'cyr ltng . to its true' Value -5a $?JIi?Jk'y. . . ,. s w,Bevt ion 1 j .; 22c it snorted hij the Gen w eitsii figsiinltjg 'uf the SUiteof Ohio, 'ha tho tiiitty-third .sectiuti of.au act a-ssJ' A.prill3;Ii' 1,862, entitled an g act .Lpl$& asqessmejut. and taxation of j4 tall property tw, this state and for leyy V ing taxes liic:edn, according to its tine ijilue in money, be so amended &$ to .tsJ?1 S;m'pwJ See. 33.. The. county gpiniolssiiiiers of each comity in this ji,s6.ite,; sjiall a&.4tlieir Jpno session, in the w 'CA? one thousand . eight hiimliad and ' fifty-eight, and every sixth year there- ifmr rtt7L.l tlitiiR fvmtittr nfi"i n nmnv "'? j .. ..j uistrmts a mere is lownsnips in nam au-l uuy county within l.io l;m- -vi.eiiujity . U ft- wliicii t:iere is a city, Uic coin niiSKiouors Miall divide said etv into dtstilots.fonipusing within eaL-hj,. not t5i. less than oua ward or more than fivo, &, and. ao tuvvnnhip or ward shall be dt Tided in making such district wards, ru which., wards shall bo contiguous, and ,.tlia coniniisioneis shall give notice by publication m some newspaper in the . county and jf no newspaper is pnblish- ed in the county, then by pubjic notice sot up iu each township and wanl at the .usual place of holding eTectJon, . ettJug forth the boundaries of districts asj cituii, ud the qualified electors of sncn districts shall at the October clec- jtion in the year eighteen hundred and , jiflv ciglit, and every si.th year thsro- elect some cfiizaa of such district . navmg "tiiie quauucations ot an elector, ,.,as assessor ot real property within such (J district; the, judge of election shall Ij. iQap separata jjoll book for the elec llt tiyu of siiid assessors, and the returns thereof,, duly coitiiied as in other cases, fe shall bo. .made to the county . an litor. woo with. tLc clerk of the court of a common plas, and probate jildge of .. Ano county, tnall open the same and le ,s ..dare the result, and the auditor shall, 4 wiihux tea days after opening such re- .turns, give notice to each of tlio per 9 ,eons elected, of his election. sjt- Sec... 2, ... 'I uo thu ty-third section of ... 6aid act is hereby repealed, and this act shall ,bes an furco Irom and after its passajjo. . t WILLLVM B WOODS, (- Spaakerofihe House of Kepresontati ves ti , JIAUIIN WELlvCU. ' " ' President of the benate. ,Ar;Ji2. ifc5s., . .J3jsceetary of State's Ofvice,) s CoLTitisus,.Apiii 13, 1858. f l-.-.I -Ijqrelay cevtuy that the foregoing j.ctg are true copies of the original rolls ijftow.oa Hia in tins ofiico. . liTjSSEIL. ?. v.-Vt Secretary of fcuie. .' t,,, w Alditor's Ot-ricc.) Delaware, April 22,. 1853.. . ,, .j, 1 hereby .certify., tbat the foregoing g, acts are correctly copied. , j . i v D. w. RiioDrrs, ttt ...t. Auditor of Delaware County. " To Township Boards of EJacation. , -Ao htor'a . Office, . Delaware Co. O. t - rrENTLBMEx: The Legislature hav ."ng amended section 23 of the' Gene , ral School Law, , passc'd, March 14th, fe 1853vin such a manner as to material ly change . the levying of special or ..sub-district taxes'; 1 herewith, publish, for your better un Turstaudiug, the fol . .lowing ainznJment : A "S.r.21 The Township Byuid of TlJucation shall have power, wli!!:i, in ibcuopinionl justice and eniiyrc .fliure it, to estimate separately the'eost to.f purchasiug a school, house site,, and t iViev.uujj or repairing a scuoot tiousc .. ..theroou, in any particular Enb-cUs-trict a. Qf .the township wherein . tha.'inhibi-wjla-us have not herefgiore borue a rea- eo.nauje.su.ireof luo'Iuinlen of taxation I for Such -p vpp.sa jn comparison .with , ether sub-distncts' m the town-ship, .! certify snc:li portion as they may . deem just and eiuttab!o of the amount . of such estimate, to tlia County Audi tor of theproper county, together with. .a map of tlie Jands aud nivmas of the tax-payers iu any .such sub-district i which arnotiQt, so fertik'd, - shall be assessed by the Auditor on propi-ity . . therein, subject to tajcaiion, and be on the coiinj" drjfficate speciil Ji!"n(t be collected- and paid over iii Jho same manner as other school tases, '" '"11'. 8tTerw I Delarxo- "The Miiford (DeUwarr) News, advocates prospeclice emancipitioB ia that State. The News states that in the most northerly county, Newcastle, where there are scarce ly any slaves, improved lands are worth fifty- three dollars per acre, whereas in Sussex, where the bulk ot the slaves in the State are found, they are worth on!y from seven t eight. A part of the difference, We think, is attributable to location ia respect to mar kets. v ' V,,.- It was of Sussex county that the late Senator Clayton said, ia the last Congress, that the people were as thoroughly Pro Slavery, as they are in Sjuth Cirjlini." The News says: "About three years ago, a band of three hundred S-jviss emigrants arrived in New York, with all their arrangements made to settle in Delaware. They were farmers, with money to boy - land; and hearing that land was cheao in Delawarea slate settled by their- fathers-they "concluded ta settle there; butfinding.oa their arrival, thai Dela ware was a slave State, they passed us by, settled in Ohio, and helped to sujiseiit the wealth of t hat young giant of the Union."" The News proposes a remedy thus: . . '-Now, if. the people of Delaware, at the next eeaeioa of the L sjislatore. will pais an act that, after the fourth of July, U child ren horn or brought into the State shall ha free at the sges eighteen and twenty -oue, it will give Delaware the character of a free State at o nee, effect ou slaveholder serious ly in bis property, siui brir.g sluwri into Kent and Sassc-x crush of esiraiu truia tbs in -dustrkws freemen ui tlio adj-jiiiinj Suit?. Laud here will at ones- command advanced prices, aod . there . will spring into being a inong us a spirit of nUerprisj to which we are yet strangers. : Vf have ihouglit tmtch and long of this muter, and caa show that an act of the uature mentioned above wouid, on the very day it . i pUced on -the statute book, increasa the vlue of the real c-otaFe ot Delaware five mUluinsot duliwis s It woold give an iinpuitfe U reot peblio works which we ar now slrui ittjr ai'Mwt-agaiiisl nope to accouipli.sii, an I Mislead of thr crash ing inertia whith w now rt-srtiii on us, we should soon realia.' the Itie, aciiviiy, J prus periiy, wbi.cli n i.v -c: i.-.jcteriie- the new Slatesof. thd gr4 North sir.". i The Case Cleaelt Sr vieo. The a ineiidnicnt to tue Leoo.iip'.ou liill which was adopted in the lijuse, it will be reeoll-iCteJ was supported a th only coinproiniso to which the Republicans, would agree... It is sometimes erruueousiy called the Crittenden dmeudinent because it some bat resembles thu ameiidineiit oilercd in the Seoute by ill". Crittenden, cud wuicb wis supported in the Senate as .a nit re aitt ruative. Iu the House,, where there vvus a chance ot duiug something, the aiueuduteul of, Montgomery was substituted. .. . . . ' : The Cmieuden pi tu provided tliat Uie Le tomptun Constitution tUuld be submitted to the people. for approval or rejection, . It ap proved they were admitted; it rejected "they were to. call a new eouveniion, and apply again lor admission with lbs: new consul u- lio'V -- V.'- .r . The Montgouiory . pl.m referred thj , Lo compton CuuaiitUi ion. back w tue people, tu be approved orri j.-cwd; aod if rfijcted they were to form a sew eunstituiKin, and take a vote upon it;.-when i! it was approved, Kansas became, a S:ate -oi the: Uuion without ny further action 1 Congress- -J -v ,1-,4 Tba main diflV-renctt been -the two aneBd meuts was ihjt, in the first case Kansas was to come again before Congress to be badger ed into a pro-slaory position, or be: k'i't out cf the Union ;, while in the second ease, Kan sas had only to reject Uie Lecoutptoti Consti tution and. present such as iliey preferred, independently , of. all future action oi tn gress. ..The Republicans voted fur this lie cause they were fully assured that the J, couiptun Cunsiifuiioii.TicotiZii htrjegteA, au.1 that a Free State Constitutioo. would cer tainly be presented.;, . 4, iti .u nM(ltn . ..VYittfcUiti view iJ)3 .subject, the Repub licaps were perfectly -consistent is, lbs sup port of it, Astabula Sentinel, -i H-.iii u 0U W. Tfaivsrsity, For obvions reasons, I pay no attention to anonymous communications unless they have a responeible endorser. The "Democratic Staniard" has found in the "Marion Rep nb- Kcan SB tllAnmfli AttArk nnnn th Ohia W. pTJnlversity which it reproduces arid endorses. This attack contain serves, of statemtn ts unsupported by proof, some of which relate .J., to poliucal economy, but none 01 which shat we notice except such as are to the pred ju dice of oar Institution. These are 1. That the University has a "fund of a few hundred thousand" which fund is. "for midable." The writer does not say wheth er the few hundred thousand are mills, cents or dollars, t If he means dollars, We deny the allegation, and shall wait with great complacency for the proof. 2. That the fund aforesaid was collected "by diligent effort apd assidious application to the benevolence of the people of Ohio s ml other Stale. That it w a "tund of char ity, the immediate emmalion, itc, which has "warmed into life," then "raises its hind,' &.c. This also is denied. . We have a fund, but such is not its history it is aot jit 6nitUt. -AlTHOdVISOlSr, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR Delaware, Kay 7, 1858. The Kaxsas Fbadd Consuxxated. So far as the Government is concerned, the fraud on the people of Kansas has beenfUaited States forces, and the" latter were poshed to a successful termination by the adoption by both Houses of Congress of the bill reported by the conference committee, and known- as the English project a servile tool of the stave-power of that name, hail ing from Indiana, who had voted with the anti-Lecompton men, being its ostensible author, though itfs known to have .emana ted from S tephens of Georgia. It passed the House and Senate by the same majority - nine and forthwith received the Presi dent's signature. In the Senate all the pp- The St. Louis "Democrat," of the 30th tilt., copies a paragraph from a Lexington, Mo., paper of the 27th, to the effect that passengers from Leavenworth report that in telligence had reached that place through messengers just arrived from the Utah army with jdesptrtches for Washington, that an en gagement had taken! place between the Mormons under' Brigham Young and the badly defeated. The story is regarded as made, upon doubtful authority, and probably a hoax. poneotsof Lecomptunn stood firm aud re- a charily : a fuil equivalent having been giv-J h to ,he ,ast ,nthe a tweWe o the twenty anti-Lecompton Democrats stood k Mil bp ;ppUed"forthcsp8c1fiep:i)'poso o t. providing a school boiiNe In such shb i.listnct: Provided, " That" such0'taji 'shair not lie levied in '"a fly sub-ilitr'ct wherein such tax has been hcrerofore levied, nor 111 any case shall it " be as sessed more thjio once jii tlie Ra" i e sub ilistrictj and furt'rior provided, that su-h lax shall not be assessed "in any sub-district., whicn 'may bo hereafter created, unless the said .sub-district shall ba composed m whole of terri tory upon which such tax has not here tofore been levied;""' ' i ' f The last clause is additional to tho'sec tiort as it "was" previous jto tlifs arrjend ment. .'It is desirable rtat its force-'and import should be coirijctly; nuderstood. If is designed arid adawted' to limit the -application ef the section" to' appiopri - (.'nVn r.c mi i'li: i.. : lt. -f 7 . . yuauo. . liimt-ito me law niis in many instances, -'htiFfn'isnniTeffnnd 'ami misapplied.' i Thfs has- g'.veii Vise to numerous arMisesf and difficulties; in the adfnteistration of oni- chodi sys- '-'". reira.iop.oi -wmen w ill be pre vented bf the amendmeht 'enacted. ! I' should be tlistinctly nhderstood .that special, or srrb-rUjitrict la cap .be levied for.no other purpose, ' whatev er, "than for the '-cost ' Df purchasing a f eh'Ojor-hbttso site" and erecting or " re pairing a chool - Iionsa '' thereon;' arid than even this tax cannot ag.-tin be lev ied 'in 'atiy snb-distTict' wheroiii the 'Bame has boen heretofore lovied,, nor in any case shall it bt nsissed more than oricd in the same snb-distrlct.- -' -As this amendment toolt efTocf on its passage,; it will ilectmie rieectsaiy'tliat special meeting's bo "held bf ail Boards of Education whielr may have, at the raeotirig- on tbol9thf hist?, taken action jhot (1enttsiKtent 5 therewifh. For ' this " ,irm mrBiiuiiuBiii i iimo,'as Cs'ti- m v s ar not required tn -taor t:H th first . ' jAAjtA Fe Fighx. A';man named i Gor man severely beat another nnmed Francisco wba was a servant of a Mr, Beck, 1 The ac count says; .. ; 'i.. u : Mr, Beck w as informed the oatrage per petrated upon, Francisco, (who for a- nornbrr of years had beFaiik fatthfu employee) and heard bis worn siateuicnt: JItrtJjen pro ceeded o the tote,f Ht. Owe it p seeftlr. Gormaoy .-. 11a cfeaiged hiin with ihu ouimge. G, denieajiu and. told B. to prove k. Hi.. Besk instarHly denounced him aud the act in severe terai3ns Angry., words . endued, and Gorman approached esk:wiib a drawti kniie tlireateuing to.serve him as his. servant had been served, v Mr. Beck, (who was standincr on the -outside of the front door of the store) drew a knife also.- JEach- commenced par rying the . motions ,vf; tlie atherrwheu Gut laan , -fnade' a Tsudden strokef thrusting his knife into Mr Deck's abdomea neat" tlie na vel. ..As quick as, thought jhe lick was re turned, Mr. Beck's- koile . penetrating ttf the hilt the left side ot Gorman, in the region Of the bewi. - Each he'd to bis knife: Mr; G. made several other Kc.ks - vUiclf were kill--i fui ly warded off Jbf : Mr; B j w it hct hitting I tiormon, when tnetatter felt npon , tits back his armsxnitsfretcbed, turned -ovr Once and expired. .si As he turned .tlie ..blood gashed Irom bis side in a thicfe stream," -Mr- iJeck; as Gorman fctl.pidjed np his overcoat, which ha wore --thrown ore his shoulders, walked to his .store and thence to bis? roomv holdiog hu hand upon Ilia iwoond,. but walking firm ly..; fcC.,TSiuan i was "scut rori tosih'ess' thel woondi.ii Wbval be :niirivcdf:MrjCeili told h-iur tu'ga riud dress the-'weuntl of Me. Gor man 15 rst.i which the!n-iir Tei'asad to-do,. not inloroitjig B.,wai Gorein .was dfad.j Mr deck's siuTeringiS have been intense, and du ring- all day- liVld 'y b Is - Jife wn totidly des--paired o,1vYhc in fvrmed by bis ibysidan thai be- bBil .better arrange bi busisess af, fairs,, as b'.s Ufa , was jdiorti ln .SieJ!y as nis great ,uffcrinjj ..would uw',,id, sot re, teiying e- iu&rnaliiiu. wwb copvwejj,ft eh for it .3. Th it the O. W., U,. opjoed tbe repeal of riie law auihorfzin ten percent, interest. This is, also denied. The , Uuivereity '. has never approached s the ' Legislature on the subject by 'petition, remonstrance, or in any oth?r loriu. 'V '. ,' .'; ' In view of this fact even supposing the writer's opinions on political economy to be correct what shall we think of the foilow .ing'decTainatioo i' ' " The vast inlores's of a State are noth ing So long as self proposes that it is , to be all ruined by a continuance of tbii law. ' It is Bottling lo'this.'University that , we are comiuabdVd tS ork iio 51! "to 'our' neighbor. 'tC is' notldng "tli'a V rea'i' lli'-it , we. ib all love our neighbors as onrseives,. Itjis, noth i'lg tliat bjr loaning nioncji jfa higf drate of ' inerslihe eneriiea" ufjlje State are'para Hze'd. 'Self woufiT 'e. giafifitijn the, aug mentation of "their oWaJyfomiil.able. Tujiid. Tiny institution seems to take . the same views ofthis 'subject "the" bank'er 'and the broker do. " ; "' '":" t " ''', Is fiiere nor reaWoii to fear, thaV if this institution shoulJ reciive tbe cuuiinaiid yiyen iu me young man in scripture, it would go away grieved. , " And may we not well say, " How hardly shall ihey that have riches enter into the kingdow of GodT .'. ' ft ia difficult tu nnderstaud the relevancy of the scriptural allusions," unless it is the duty of corporations "entrusted with public property for "specific objects to distribute i; among the poor on pain of being excluded in tehir corporate capacity from the kingdom of God. ' 7 ': ' ' The Trustees did not asft of the L"is!a lure the existing interest law, noi do they afk its repeal. The never so much as con sulted together upon the sul j -ct. . It may be true tbot certain ' clergy and lay' "immediately connected with the University," ' did rcmoDsirate agaioat the passage of the interest bill of last session. Is the University responsible lor their act ! Did the a firm',' including all the Illinois members, while the Ohio Democratic members desert ed without sn exception, led off by that mis erable specimen of a dough-face, Cos, of the Columbus district. lie was one of the most intensely fierce of tbe anti-Lecompton Dem ocrats, was the first to speak against it, and professed to be equally decided in his oppo sition to the English juggle, which finally re ceived his support. Those who know him best are least surprised at his con'-se. And what makes "the treachery of himself and bis fellows still more reprehensible, is the -fact that there was a clear understanding between them and the Republicans, when the latter consented to go lor Hhc Montgomery amend ment, that the other party would in no evrnt agree io any measpre that did not fairly aub urn the L-comptoo constitution to a note of the people. '. Cox tried to deny that such wns the case, but it was clearly established as a fact by Messrs. Campbell, Ilaskiu, Mar shall and. others, who in the course ol their remarks gave the pour fellow a most unmer ciful raking..". s- ; - :; - Five of the original nnti-Lecompton South Americans voted against the measure, while one (Mr. Gilmer, of North Carolina,) changed front and supported it,. Two South ern fire-eaters, Q.Qitan of Miss., and Bon ham of Siiith Carolina, voted against it. The Republicans of course voted Wwithout an exception. All the Southern leaders in both Houses declare it doe not submit the Le- compton cosstitntion to a vole of the people, and I'uirU uf this State takes the same ground, farther declaring that lie" would not vote for the bill if it did." , On the other T ; The doctrines laid down in the Dred Scott de cision are being enforced by every depart ment of the Government. - Passports for traveling in foreign lauda have recently been refused to black men "by the Secretary of State, becsuse, though themselves and "an cestors were born on American soil, they "are not citizens of the United States." And a few days since the Secretary of the Treasu ry issued an official "note declaring that "a free negro not being a citizen of the United Slates, cannot recive a register for a vessel owned by .h;m1.nor,aa..Jie command.-a ves sel .sailing under United -States marine papers," and about the same time the Com missioner of the General Lmd Oliice decided that the same class of persons "not. being citizens of the United States," are not enti tled to tbe right to pre-empt laud a privi lege enjoyed even by natives of other lands who have been in the country barely long enough to reach a land office, if they have first "filed their declarations of ioteution to become citizens." . This ia practically exem plilying tbe doctrine of tbe supreme court. that "negroes have no rights which white men are bound to respect." " The Kansas affair being disposed cf, it is said that all the Ohio appointments wiil be immediately made; and further, that Senator Pugh, than whom on every question pertain in any way to slavery there is not a niore obedient and servile tool of the propagan diats in either. House, is to have entire con trol of them. . It will therefore be necessa ry for applicants to be able to show andean Lecompton record the only exception being Gray, of the Cleveland Post Office, who consequence of his misfortune in losing an eye, it is understood is to be permitted to re tain his place, ' ... cv uo nny iore man iiiev nau a r ni :.: t .l ..... . . r., a v r i.- i i. ri -- "nr iw iioriueru supporiers insist that it forfeited by bis connection" with a literarv 1 doe cff' subu,it "" It ia clear lhat th5 institution 1 Knowing as I do, the business I Somber view of tbe matter ia correct one relations and political views of gentlemen j '' -though' it' is true that the people of the connected with the University, I think it fair to presume that some of them opposed the bilr rcferred to, while others; of uo less in fluence, favorei .its passage. Is it proper and becoming to charge either party with selfishness 1 In reference, io a poliiical queelion" bn"b'pposite sides of 'which the highest authorities may be cited, cannot men differ without ' charging each other ' with a disposition to injure the State, for persona ends I.'1 Is such a course wortbj or.rgen llemen of high standing!" f ani free to con fess. my own agency In the matter referred to.1 "pn my way borne tforn 'Keiitocfiy last winter I was detained orer night at Colom. bus. AV the Hotel I met with two Senators with whom I conversed.' Tho-interest bill haying been 'ITuded to Isi that t shobld bfrglfidiih 'case'it passed, to htivft i" rprtiaV act, as a favor .to the Univershyi'arto witig it both to borrow and" lend at ten: p?r cent. Tem'arking that' we fee.pt otir funds separate so lhat we Were botlr borrowers 'anif lenders at the samefiuie and at the lame r:rte'. ' The building rohd.Hof exainpteV beinl fnflett. while; the scholarship fuqd was ' ftfjfne'a' tret and-.lhBl 'WHwere' prohibited by., the trust iTum taamg one tonnywie other. "On the following mornmg, I made 'similar emaiks fd Other members and to; the; Govefiiof.' - When, however, I was convinced that such a special act was nneonsutution.il, I was sstfeBed, aad' sard ftotrifrrgf, wrote nothing, did nothing1 more on tbe subject, escopt' to sign a" remonstrance "presented to me, and neanOg tfte signatbres of many feliow-citi-senswbo, with fnebeReted thai it Trals hot for tlie goo of the State at thai time to re- I pf tha-tnlerest'iawv Tf 4i ""'-i ) ' "The ."Standard'wlff h is, TJt to'pre sumf. eopy this rply ts chtfrges W which ii has 'given currency? The - Repabllcnn" very properly signified, la "advance tliat it Would do so, and with a caution from which its contemporary might profit, it introduced the aVtielevo.1t3';irarresp6udehti wuh a ia 1 ..-; ;. I i- ' ' ! .-.' " T6e ITtdvcrsily Joe's not deprecate iiivis-' ti'initinrt ivtrt nnv iiljttj hi-;.nflA'.i;n -:i ;. V j our ed 'to ; TVEs Cosxboi, o. hlAsAS Ei-scrions-' preat .a.r.d just.Uidigoation ip.ielj. .at jtaat par of the scheme .jjip.jKaosj coiffercnce which places. iues:ii!rol of, elect ion a. to ,iy t.cl iu Kansa?, 'iu the l.iandsf jho Presii dtnt'8: ppvintee;..",ji..qrttedei ajneiJU men t. made. a board to tnansga'ih p'icpiin divided pofiiicaily two Hiid twoh,the Gover, tier and Secretary on one iiie, and Ue i Pres ident of.jilie councii . qiI. SpWker,e.''.ibe House on the other. The conlerencescbcHie destroys all tjiu; was fai aboyt the board, by sjding as a Jjjth tj-jfiber,; the United States Attorney fpr jfansaa. , 'fids gives all power io ;ue I'reswent, three of liie. ijvtf members of the board holding .ofiice at, hjs j will and pleasure. ' Cl,.nuU-rini, ti..' .i.- . - - 7.: : lift. Preudetil has nej.ijier principle to gVvern hiin, cljarcer to Juge, aor fes,eo 6euse Yud sus ceptibi!ity ' enough. Jo be asbumed pf any. thing, tjiis is giving iho people of Kansas bui a sorry chance. . The rnan :iio could hardly restrain himself (rp.n the Immediate removal pf Coy,.V alkerbepause he.tlirejy n ,i'ip vioru votes, is not tbe ,icau to t ijw shy Wi! iroi ot e lections, , Thu to.,-! .1...," j. l ,. T - ..-j- r-.v ., o tue . iu tkansas aq overwhelming majority ot whose people are opposed to tho presenf Administration was - .o.u c,umiy oivioeu,, ,( mis would haye been treating ilie, niijoriiy do Kauas,nt only. With fairness, but with libera lit v. T nave that miuor)tyj represented Ly a umituir tV oftha !ni!!inn K.-if..l ...Ml I. ifi- cgiiurly ga,lling insult, and will greatly ten& fi twin!.. n..nft,l..nA . I. ' - .1 his board will not merely receive, count and declare tbe votes,- but wiJiiPstabhh yo- if'o P't-viucia ana appoint tle Judgas.ofc- WWB-.V? to , 00 unrfef tha -'; Geoilemch "vi ho origirigta'eti'd Eustai" Ihstiliitibnii of Leariiinj a.-boffeh calle hiafctf isacrifices-f taise, of means, ot health, Of prfr.ttijr'hapjJiness f"aud pubfitf honors May wo hot Irope tha t "the " time "iiiay' come wuen.-ineir limited compensations wKl'be sweetened by -the respect arid 'apnrub5tt.ro! Eliose;who profit: by their fabors.-W at' least, wtien they ahaH bffxempt frdin unprovoked vitupefiiriori aiKl misrerrresentation. ?r"" J speak not this for iny self, buffer younger meny who may need the ensouraging assu rance that pubTie Organ will regard" public institations with-righteous1- if not generous anu nonorunio feenngs."- ;!5 : ts Resentment Wwardr parties connected with the Unrvrsily ought not IU"ba directed against the irjstitaiwn.- Genilemfen ontrol ing the liversirythysoonave" their 'con iiectron hh it severed by deal h or; other wise, hue the institution " 'will probab con tinue to:srve the Stabs, ind partiewlarly' the village of Delewarefor ajt-S to-come; - . rid-f-'vi - B.TrilMSD.V.i U'Vv. University,- territory can reject it if they have sufficient firmness to resist the bribe, that is offered them to accept it, and are not deterred from voting in tbe negative by the penalty of the bill,.which Is that if they. refuse to come ia as a ilave &uU with their present population, they shall not come iu as a free State till it 'a nearly doubled . We trust and believe they will rejest it, and thu3 frustrate the de sign of its authors. V . ' . V t . f The Cincinnati "Commercial" well and truly remarks in reference to Cox and his fellow renegades; -' ' - - The mpsl patient.'lqwly and persevering siipporters'lhut tba President wiil bsveth Hie IlowseJ from this time to the end of the aesston, .wilt be Uio anti-Lecompton oi, who voted fo? the Monigumery subatiiute, anil were co'vened fo tlie scheme of the Confer. encc'CommitteR. Titts wish' of tbe Prpsi-" dent will henceforth be law fur them. - There will by QXhitfgsu bluudering corrupt, mean or wic?d; sug-gesleJ upon the authority of Jatn?s MjcImiibm. hut - thisv mill K. " J - V w . JUUU4 ready to giyi it their' endorsement, r Tbe price pf Jhcf receotion' into the L parly ..ns ueuivers. yi goon . stanuipg, ts. otter party subservrency. . ,'fhe ge miemeu , from the south may kick and plung-e, To. or out. of the ffaeea, and their wrathy demonstrations are held to; be mere -ebuiitians of" high toned sprrite, Jnii for Cos", Groesbeek,' Pendleton, ej als., fienegforth is reserved tbadirly work, tbe duties pnj privileges of galley-slaves.---Let tlitfm. tag" . at , the oar and buj ibeir chais.-r ,.,, , . . ", " .'. - ; Tlie Fund Commissioners, eonsistinw of the State Auditor, ' Secretary of State, and Attorney General, are now in New York for die purpose of raising the funds, by a sale of bonds, authorized by a recen t act o the Legislature. ; The telegraph reports a quarrel between Senator Pugh and the President in regard to the Ohio appointments. The President is said to have used severe language, and the S.-nator left the White House boiling over with rage and indignation. . . lue conirnseu and excessive rains are seriously retarding spring work ot. farms-; and under tbe most favorable circumstances corn and oats.planting on low and wet lands mast be annsual'y late this season. ' .' April 3'J, 1858. !-tU hi ii :" Messrs. ganger, Prink, Dyer and Single, ton; or Illinois, have bought' anil forwarded scr.'riteen hundred b'iirst'i' lo 'Fort Leaven worth under Their Ut:.h arly cani'racf. .1. TIip.v ict only bavg .the contract to fMrnisJi all the horses tljcT ai iiiy 'inay retjuire in 1S53 but also the corti to 'feed tlie army of men and burses':' .The' corn" has to be 'of the crop of 3856, as that oflast year was too un sound fbvfie purpose.'-: v The'great contract was'givep them without being open to com prtitionr arid B course Uncle SurnV pricei ,-: We; are unJer obligaticiis i! to i Senator Wae Tor the sixth volume (the preceading ones ' previously' received) of lieploration and Surveys of a Uonte far a Railroad from; the Mississippi rj,;MCr to the Pacilic Ocean. . jt is, iiketfec remainder ol'llie series.a ,!arge quatto foluiue, profusely and beautifully illnstrated, and got up in style fjr superior to the'geh -eralitv bf tengrtcsion .i' pubricatro's. ! is ".e Pi e: ,n.u?.Cf xl"s 'as AyeH as cxpen ife wviks jeT pbJi,heil by Goeraieritr the lustrations aione'CuS!i?OTor Sl-io'ooo -bnd it forms en Mportiint itcnV in the.c normb'usprrritfng bills "of the fast few years, V'i J?" J!'lf: )5r. amount than k;c entire, revenue of niosl.of 'e- Siate&j but which, fortunately, there is a prospect f be ing put a st op to for : the future a bill hav ing passed, tha Sena te, which will doubtless receive -t he cMcyrr'en'c'e cf the JEJ uusi; ihat cuts off a. large propprdoq of, tke expensive and in rnostse. usefe :' printing.Vand so reduces 'trie'pVices lhat the office of printer to either Louse will not hereafter bworth to ,lhe favorite, who jjecures it foar tiii30S as ntqch as the aormnl salary of the President, and hst-too after the work ia farmed out to otb'S'irtics who ahto make fortune's aui bf it, :v . , : ; ""';' ,' .' . Potatoes. The New "York Tribune says the market is flooded with potatoes. The arrivals this Week hare" been 10,000 bushels from Nova Scotia, and i 1,063 bbls and bags by the Erie road and the North River, making in ill over. 14,000 bbJa. The shippers of common sorts from the West are losing money badly: Only' the best white ineated potatoes willbear the heavy cosl'of iraneporiauon, irom tne Western States.- aiercers are the standard varieties " White Pinkeyes are "nearly as good, and Peach Blows (i he right sort,) being in'demand for seed sell higher than either. . A new variety in ' this market', called Keefer Blues, from Sandusky, Ohio, haying prnk skin with white meat, are introduced I utider 'strorr"- reccom- , mendation. ' ' ' ' ' ,"" The best Mercers self at $2,-25 $2 ,50 per bbl j common do fl, 75 (g $2; black Mercers $125 $1,50, and Nova Scotia 70 80e per bushel. ',' ';' ' . ".Tjie "Potato crop in the west la'st y"ar Was "vry' plentiful' one, and prices (Ids spring rule very I nv." Sales "are made at retail in this cby at from Zi to 50 cehts'per busfrer; and farmers back' ip the cornfry are feedfag them to stock' or sellrfig at '20- cents and tti ecme sections es low as 15'centsrper bush: ,el. ConsPsrable quantities hare been ship-; ped Snst, Oml'there is no lack of stmnlv vet in the country: A yeai- ego $1,09 to 1,50 was the common retail price iri Cleelaiid leader. ''' r ''':-. i'l:.' .,: ; - - Spirit or Wublnloa Lattera. The New York "Time's" letter says: Wasbtkotoji, April 30. .The friends of the Administration are ex ulting with joy over, the double success of passing the Kansas and the Deficiency bills on the same day, and soma- powder baa been burned inconsequence. The passage of the Kansas bill was managed to have a drama effect, by .making it pass both bouses nearly simultaneously, and by the same majority nine. Both Houses immediately adjourned, and a general scene of congratulation fol lowed. The bills are already signed by the President of the Senate and the Speaker of theJHouse. , The Republicans are' not at all depressed, but say that it is only a Bunker Hill defeat, to be followed like that, by the uprising of the country. I have finally arrived at the truth of the rumor relative to Governor Walker's course on the-, Conference bill. He did write the letter on the evening I first telegraphed you, advising the acceptance of the bill, which letter bad a determining influence on the course ot Cox aud Lawrence. ' It was not, however intended for publication: The appointments Tor the whole State of Ohio will be made immediately, the Presi dent having only waited for" the disposition of the Kansas bill. "The State Is already made up of the Pugh Wing, of the Democ racy. The probable exception is Gray, the Cleveland Postmaster, whose late misfortune will secure his retention, The New York "Tribnne's" letter says i Washihgton, April 30. After the vote was declared, Mr. Keitt and other prominent Southern nien crowded around English, shaking hands with him and congratulating nim. mere were no other demonstrations in the Hall, the Speaker, be fore the vote Was declared,- having given a waruingtothe audience. ' ' Toe Republicans are buoyant end exult ant, in spue bf their seeming defeat. They regard the overthrow of the Lecompton l)e- mocraey-as already decreed, and desire no better weapon for future political 'conflicts than the record of the English swindle. Giddings was ia the House to-day, and voted on all questions lhat arose. This, his third attack of disease of the" heart, was slighter than former ones. - He-is, however, still feeble. " : ' ' ' OolD Discovesies is Vascouver's Is lasd. By the arrival at this port yesterday of the schooner Wild Pigeon, Captain Jones, we have been put in' possession of late and highly interesting intelligence from the gold fielJs of the Suswap country. Captain Jones reports that the excitement relative to the gold field lately discovered on Frazer's and Thompson's rivers, is very great. '" ' '" 1 A large number of persons had returned lo Victoria , " Vancouver's Island, for provi sions and impliments for mining, .bringing large quantities of gold. They report the miners to b; making from EIGHT to FIF TEEN dollars per day. ' ' ' The 'Indians in that section of country , heretofore regarded as unfriendly, have man ifested great friendship for the" whites,' and no acts of hostility '' have been committed thus far. They are ha doubt intimidated by the presence of so large a body bl miners. Ii is estimated that Bome three hundred people have left Vancouver's Island and the lower part of the Sound within the list ten days. '-':'':".- ! ; - - - - The hands emp-loysd in the various mills are leaving, and there is a scarcity of help at the present time.: It is said th-Jt about sixty have already left. Parties are also preparing to leave this place for the miaes. f Puget Sound Herald, of M irch 22. The Cattle Makket Dorinr the few days past immense numbers ofcatile have beeii on their way to New York from the West: At Albany, on Monday, we see there were some extensive purchases on account ef .fcrasjern dealers a new feature in that mar ket,' At our Bull's Head to-day if there is fair and square dealing- prices sboolif Be a peg lower; but as the "ways" of the brokers and "middlemen" up.there are "past findinir out, r. it wouid be exceedingly imprudent for beef eaters to" elevate their expectations, in that particular, too much. The telegraph, now-c-d.iys, it is pretty well understoJ, 'reg ulates demand and supply. . If the subolies oh the road are likely to g!ut the: market, it is the easiest ihingln the world to teleffaroh Tom, Xlick, or Harry,, to. "hold backhand thus give .color to the 'pretence lhat "cattle are scare?,:' in order that' prices may show an "improvement." FN. Y. Express. NEWS ITEMS Mr. Be rry Boon, of Leake county, Miss., was kill edajfew days since by sn Accidental shot from his son, while turkey huhting. : The New Orleans Correspondent of the St. Louis Republican says that General Walker is preparing for another expedition against Nicaragua. The Marshall Illinois announces the death of Jonathan Hicklin, of Clarke county, At tbe advanced age of 106 years. A recent article in the London Time s re veals the important fact that the Go vern ment of England has it in contemplati on to seek for military recruits for India among the fugitives slaves now in Canada. Ohio built, in 1957 220 churches, w orth $400,000; eight hundred school-h ouses, worth $400,000; and twenty comity build ings worth $300,000. ... -, , Massachusetts has 1,508 miles of rail roads, which cost' $53,940,101. They would pro bably now Bell for about thirty millions.-' "- ..,--'.'; i .ii. .The new Azof green of the Paris spring fashions is dyed with such poisonous mate rials that seamstresses who prick their fin gers while sewing it lose the use of their hands and ladies have been taken violently ill from wearing shawls of this color. The tint is very briliant. The National Intelligencer states that the xecutive has determined to ask Con gress to authorize a new loan to the amount of $30,000,000 and to fund the $20,000,000 of Treasury notes recently aut horized to be issued. Mr. Urey, of Caldw ell county, Ky., has manumitted twenty-five slaves, fourteen of which will sail from Baltimore on the 1st of May, for Liberia. . . . . . " Rejoicikg. The satraps of the Adminis tration at Wasnington could scarcely con tain their joy at the triumphs of the Presi dent over the people's Representatives in Congress. The announcement was prompt ly made to the Cabinet, who were in session awaiting the result, and gunpowder was ex pluded '-in the vicinity of the President's House," indicative of their triumph. The people will have their time by and by. 'Wait a little longer." Henry Ward Baecher received one hun dred and eighty-eight new converts into his Church, on Sunday last. The pulpit was decorated with flowers, and tbe venerable Lyman Beecher, D. D., father-of Henry Ward, sat in it. We notice that a joint stock company is being formed in New York "to promote the assassination of Louis Napoleon. New York is an enterprising little town. " Two Children Frozew. -A brother and sister named Keely, aged respectively, 10 and IS years, were frozen to death at Oshkosh, Wis., on tbe 23d olt.r while sail ing on the lake. iviil par se lections Tt,o 'nitjA: 'n.-l'. " i i"::. a'.. ' ; ' . ..y .mwcum i fsr-iiivcrui says OI te recent decision of the Supreme Coyrt of California lf)at a fee simple to land docs not carry wih It a litle to the gold extracted therefrom; , "Col. Fremont carried out wiih him a re lease given by the United States govern ment of alt' claim to the ' mineral wealth jn Hie Bjarisposa'claim; and as ,the decision ol the California court rested wholly on this United plates 'claim, the decision does opt m any way affect Col. Fremqilt's tills tq the mines."" ' ' '- . - - - " :"- t '' .v.,;i, ..'A dosen ' Kentuckians arrived In ?!!nril. nati oa" Fridav loet eouionBf with .j Other fighting materials roarly, and immedi ately took passage for Louis, from whence ' It is a humiliating fact that whenever a few eubseryi etit dough-faces are required lor the purpose of .forcing tliroygh Coporess some measure desigtied to inciease the area of slavery, the material for effecting it is fur nished by the Ohio Democracy.- , tt was so ill the case' of -the annexation ei Texas--ogain when the Kansas bilf wa apnted 4 1 i rv ' .... . ; ' wip?, u isney, .viiaiippn and Greene jvere on hand sutject to order and now, when be last desperate effort to lurce Kanass into the Union Bs a slave state is made, the whole Democratic ; dtlegaiioii 'is :; available for that pUfppse. BoiwitHsicndjng they all with a single exception, were tlie avowed oppo nents of the Lecompton fraud. . ' l iii"u3;i iiew DF oOSGEESS -Tne London Times "thus caricatures the tuffiaft ism of our Congress: V " '; ' " i .-."In Congressj ; on' the other '.side "of the gfect seaj our transatiaulid cousins manage j-hese mattersespeditiously'.:, Whcii a prop osition is brought before thq riouse or Kep resejitatives at Vashiugt051, any honorable gerillemen to w.hpm ...it may be. obnoxious may delea it 1st -by: knocking down the proposer on the floor of the, House; 2d by slipping across the,, House with a friend, and caning or cowbidfotj both Ihe proposer and seconder; 3d" by 'a rush of all the noes at all the yeas, and by a general "scrimmage;" 411. t. .. 1- , - . .. ""i oy epenaing oguinst rime to avoid an immediate decision, and duntug sojournment, by pistojing or knifing at the, bar pf au hotel tlio proposer and all members who rnay seem disposed fo lend him serious support, , It, is quite plcar that by this mixture of force and reason quicker; results re obtained than by Oijr o'vn BlOje wearisome fornis,'t . ,; - " : -- - . ,' 1 .- ' ;-: . Syc4R. rojj Chisa Cake. The Panes: yille Tctrgrcph stales that, scores of the 'far mcrs of , Lake, coyuty are quite inclined to eigiige ii) tlio cultaruuon of the Chinese Su- ! gar Cane, and that Mr. . Wijliam Hansop, pi Wiiloughby, has erectecj s sugar bouse, and will be provided with' the best aon'mved Mill i The Land Bribe.-t-Ii , is euuorested that the lpnd ordinance proposed by the eoiie rence bill to Kansas,,-aliSioagb. eomewhat more liberal than has ever been proposed tu any, btatej except ;Minnesota, is .;yet not more liberal than sh wili be likely to wet in ny event, and is therefore no bribe to Kan sas to assent to the Lecompton Constitution, The swaxejlion .is . a . plausible oe. . It. i. however, to he considered, that; if an equal liberality in anj Jawra ordinance is .to be relied open, the usual live per cent, paid over to new States of the proceeds of the lands sold wuhin them applies only to lands sold slier .they ..become States, : and that if the admission -of Kansas is postponed.by the ret jeciipu oi juecpmpti-in. she certainly loss mat per centage, pppn. tlie sab's of the ap prpachiug summer arid fall, which are likely to be large, and to, embrace the, choicest lands within her IimUs; To this extent, be yond all doubt, the conference bill holds out a land bribp,'anda, very large one f lired t.i lie- mailo 'to Z 3Tf m"r v'" itself Hndes the l they intend proceeding (o ths Utah countrv itMiis. ': epntro..of jlfaWes Bnchanaii.-J Wshinirt with the ernii ri.-i-i Mn,r ju'i, x'el. t."o." j 1 1 1 ";! "ji j eejft en t ttt Jitjstiljtief, Reppbhoait Vtc-rosy iM Phiiapelphia vi i ne municipal election came off in Phila delphia on the 4tliinst'., knd resulted In the utter defeat of the . Lecomptoi forces, the .epubhcans clectinar their oandidnto r. Mayor by the sweeping majority of 4,300 and the other fcondidates by' majorities rang ing froin 2,800 . to 3.800. It will be recol lected thst At the last Presidential election Bochsnarr received an immen.9 msjority in L&r grinding the Cane, and will .give bis at- WvSPKy I liffi t n . .' . C ' .. f 1 r B m ' . iu ijiHijuiaciurinir niurar rnifl ll e. ses i. ",-li?..wiU manufacture"6n sh,ares,;or such terms as. may bs ogreeable to parties.". Mr. a uenung, of famesville. has been examin ing the several mills, which have been Wen" ted for "grinding Sugar Cane, ond will have the most approved kind for sale in season for use the coining. Xall..; ,The. Telegraph says n .mm is capauie pi pressing 40 gallons of imce per nour, a iim Unyen by a single hors, can now be obtaiqed fqr about $8g. ,; The pupils of Girard Oblige, Philadelphia, now numDer 4pS, all of whom are orohans. The North American. . ' . 'Thut in the reception of pupils, acpording to the will of the ounder, preference is first given to orphans born ! i.h the citv of Phila delphia: secondly, to those born fn any part of the Slate of Pennsylvania;' thirdly, to 4 those born 'in the' city of New York: an,f lastly, to those' born in the city of New Or leans. The number 'of applicants waiting at the present litrio; to" be admitted into the Institution, is 312." ;. " "" '. "( The influence of Senator Douglas in jlH, nois, and over the men of that state, is welf exemplified in the 'votes of (he Iitinnia Jt. gau'on, on the English b(ll. While other anti-Lecompton men falleVed and failed in. the hour of tria the , Illinoisarts,;orie anij all stood firm, ' ' '' "' 't" ' ' "! i - v.:;. j .r f- , - ., , . ... ; v .,..,1 "': luTEKESftJfofKon Utah. A letter from Fort Leavenworth to the New York Times gives the statements of a gentleman of edo cation ' snd ability, Mr. F. Loba, who has just mde his escape from Salt Like City', antf -whaturntshep very diffe rent accounts of the' condition of the "Saints" from thos? n.i.:.i. i-t.-i . t . ..... nru.iu ii ivc uiuierco oeen current. 'riettos not believe they; will fight the "United States troops, if ibe latter go in force sufficient to be at SH formidable. ' lie says they have no powaer, no cannon, no military stores of any kind, and that all the stones of their having .t large force perfectly drilled and ready for service, are an nonsense. The whole num ber of their men capable or being good sol diers does not'exceed 3,500. He thinks that Young "will hav it special revelation," end run away ai Soon 'as he finds that the United Slates is in earnest. f Bait. Sun. Eggs. The Erie Railroad has brougfrt to New York, during the week, 4,424 barrels of eggs. They are packed in oats or cut straw, and sell by the barrel st 9 J to 10" cents per dozen actual comrt. ' ;' Tohohto, April 26. Towwsend, alias He Henry, was discharged to-day for the mur der of Nellis, and was immediately arrest ed for robbery. ; Death ro.itCietrj?ci9io-!f. A child1, 9 years old, died in New York last week : from henrrage occasioned by circumcisionon the day previous. The evidence showed iftat the operation was performed in the ttsniil manner, bat that lemorrsge ensued several hours afterwards,, wire it the efforts of rhe physicians to say it were ineffectna-l. The coroner's j!ury returned a verdict of death from convulsions super-induced by loss of blood following circumcision. Post. . By the full of a wall of a burning seven story granite" building, in Boston, on the 2nd .. . 1 in . . nisi., iour persons, nomeu 1 rancis cutting, Frank Yuttle, Patrick Reardon and MrsMor ran, were killed. The wall fell o n a house odjoining, causing the cau3ality. The building burned was occupied by 'the Douglas Axe Company, and by Sanborn, Brazil and Ellsworth, printers and binders. Value of property destroped, $200,000. ' Dead- Letters. In the examination of the dead letters at the General Po st Office for the last quarter of the year,-the re were found 2,472, which contained money amount ing to .$13,457. The three previous quar ters have 2,332 letters enclosiB!? 13.- 361; 2,245 covering$l,655; ond 2,202 let- ters $11,812. Thus in one year JM7 1 let ters were discovered, covering $51,285; TTiife-ienths of whteTi hate been, through the prompt and judicious action of the finance bureau, restored to tlifir original owners. .; Modern Democracy. Tlie Washington correspondent of the Rich mond Knqjuirer says tiiat. "the Kansas bill, as it passed the be nate. Was oi jecuonable to some gentle men, becadse of Green's amendments ac fcnowledjjfng the right of the people to after tbe Cwnstitiitiorf at their pleasure." He says also that" English's- proposition "does not in any shape submit the Lecompton Constitution to the people." "' ' ' "" ' '- -t At Mount Sterling Illinois, Thomas Dow. tlie, a Scotchman, was recently arrested for burglary, committed onder the influence of liquor. ; Afier he had been committed to jail be cut himself in various places with a razor With the avowed intention of bleeding him self to death slowly. Having armed himself with the. leg of a stove, he prevented the officers on duty from entering his ceil, until , one of them threw a handful of. Cayenne peper into his pyes, causing him to: drop the stove leg, and pay attention to the pains occasioned, by the fiery powder.. He was then easily secured, and became quite peni tent., and : unsuicidal. BuUstiosi of ihs Eir. The Richmond South xult orer the conference Kansas bill. It says : . - - - - . - "The conference bill prea in tj a sturdy assertion of the validity of th Lecompton Constitution.' s And again i .' V'T-T The people of Kansas will no more vote tipon the Lecompton Con stitution, under the conference bill, than they .voted upon the adoption of the Lecompton Constitutioa In the first iostaiice.' .'.' '..U.",','--1-'- ; ' And again " ,'" '' '"" "The conference bill will operate as an enabling act, to take llect upon the happening of ascertain event, a pupulation sufficient for , the election of a Representative, . but until ;tbat event shall occur, it operates restric lively, and, confining Kansas to her longeared : bonnet--and high-quarter shoes, . keeps her & out : of' the electora leollege, out of Congress, and out of mischief, for many years to come, ; ; ' - ' 1-' '- "In the 'mean time,' should" -tha Southern States desire to occupy th contested Territory, . as Mr. Zollicof ferin a very able argument . has re cently shown there is much reason to belive they can do, the postponement of admission will give them the bene fit of , the d ecision o( that Suprema Court. They can carry their slave pro perty into the common'lerritory, and participate fairly in it ultimata organization," ' ' '- ' h - 1 And finallv: "s -' ' 'If the conference lull pasi, Kansas may come into the Union as a slave State, Oil Sl l CANNOT COME IN AT ALL. That is the issue." :. Administration BhOken Dowi,t The Washington Union admits that the Administration is broken down, and can carry none of its measures through Congress. The Union com plains loudly of "faction.". .It says tliat a "lime squad" of Northern bol ters, have defeated the President' Kansns policy, while another "littl .squtiil" il Southern bolters, embar rass his Utah policy. It closes by say ing that even the deficiency bill, "a great measure of publicbecessity and urgency, must owe its passage to Black Republican favor. The Union adds: - '. ; - . ,. - We cannot blind ourselves to" the eflects which this cross fire upon tha Democratic organization, first from the North, then from the South, is producing upov it, , The Black Re publican party alreaiiv condiuet theraw seivesas if lev were insstm a( thm field and in proportion sa tlia a strong and confident, twcmfienf aredespooAfnt and dfstrBsrftA Tha iOTthrr IXemvcras xirr have si nobly stood to the defence of thc or- ir!iniT.l,rtn tn. llm .. -1 . . ..:..; k 1. , which they nre finrliting, have Aonm so only to see that orjganizntioo assail ed by Southern impracticablea,. the moment any other than the Kansas question arises in. the. House. It is impossible to calculate tha mischief which this course of proceeding must produce, if longer persisted io." '' Coi.i-B"loodi5 Mckoer iy Ncbtii Ci.nouNA.-A correspondent, inforrrw us that a most cold-blooded and brut it 1 murder was perpetrated in the umer part of Holly Shelter I)istrictr Wtw Hanover county, JV. U., on last Thurs day The particular, as related by an eye witness, are as follows:- " ' . Some time lart BUmmerr, an axecu tion . for a' small sum was issued a. gainst one Noah LVmer, w hich could" not be collected without selling de fendant's Jam!. The itfnd was accor dinglv sold,- by due process, and m Mr. Prigden became the urehaser at a low rate, and afterwards resold U to? Rdgar Castini, brother-in-law of Ia nier, who had' paid considerable secu rity money for the 'latter. '.', '.Mr C-, proceeded, pn the 14tit iastwith ln team, and two vnuns men. whom hsr had working with him, to plough and plant a crop. Lanier, seeing Castine at work, went into hn house and got two gwns went lo- Clhw and told him he rntended to ki hfs1 horse and then ki?l him.' Castine, not supposing hirr to be earnest, paid but little at tenfion to what he (Lanier) said, and kept., at bis -work., .Shortly after the The p'b'arieston Mercury" did all it could for the ejcctioij ",of 'Mrv Buchanan, aud it is the orgtin ofone seel ion and quite an impor tant section of the Djinucracy. And now see what that organ has to say as to the condition of the Democratic party in Con grcss; ' . . . ., "The Democratic party In Congress still totters and reels under the blow given it by Douglas, and grbsps at every passing shadow iri hopes of finding some substantial sup port to rest upon even for a little while. It is spending alp its energies to secure the admission of Kansas this session, wiih the apparent expectation that the accomplish ment ."will restore vliror to Its niiml t'i-..j i. ..... 1 . t . . f. - ."A'nournfu! picture -isn't it Democrats? . Art instance of the overpowerinsr 'influ ence of curiosity is given in the Lancaster Ejcamiher. TJriah jUunni one of the parites engaged in' robbing the meat bouse of'ohn Royer, and who escaped detection, volunta rily gave himself up, and was committed to prison on Wednesday last.' He said that his reason for giving himself up was his de sire' to witness the execution of Anderson and Jtlchards, and he saw no other way of gettinff iuto the prison." The worthless fcl- 'ow.succeod io getting into, poison, but did not see the execution after all, , L The .Charleston. Mercury, the onran oi King Cotton, decrees as follows: "The nom inations of Pierce- and Buchanan from the North must be followed by a nomination from this section, where the strength o the party lies.'' It adds: We think the pros- ry peer, it not desperate diant with the hope tha threat, Lainer fued aud tiiled Mr, C.'s horse in tbe plousih, aLbefur Mr- C. could get to him, he fired hla second gun, the lom takurg effect in the side-jind csusinir Mr. Castine' death in a few minutes. Larner ba. so far, made his escaiie.' " W l that Mr. Caslii.e was n very worthy young man, and his untimely death casts a gloom over the neighborhood in which he lived, f Wliminuton IV. C.) Journal. " - ' t-. ;.n j,.-. ' ' -K-- 'ii, , 11 j I.J .),,,- .,.( Aew Stvi-b DtMOcacv Sna. tor Clay oi. Alabama Who whhatt bis extreme Souiherrr 'viewsi is orva of tbeablesl men snt by;ihe'-South to the Senate4 of late vears, in'- fecent speech uses very ' rem ! arksbla language. . Coming; from', 'ii Sena tor, whom ' the . Wushington' Uoiort classes among , the, unadulterated. ueinocrais, 11 uecoroes curious inqui- s: vve tnink the pros- ry to koow of what, recisa articlaa :?;2eTrS!e felSnocraUocraad.-- Raising Cattle 11c South America. A letter from on board the U. S. frigate St. Lawrende, off Montevido, February I8U1 j siiys : ' -; ..'! .-;,.,..'.... A short distance from the citv vou can see thousands ard tens and hundred of thou- and surrender those rirrhU tn tl, ms. n,l. nr ,u - nL ... . . 0 ---T- ,-- .ccu...g. 4:,Bir wemm con- cinncious. raoacious. anJ C-TOrI rJ iv. Mr. Clay in speakim? the Lecomt. ton bill stttes tha following point ii "Establish It as principle, 'that to give sanction" to law if must b n. proved by the majority at the ballot box, and you take away this security sists in horses and cattle, which are driven to the slaughter houses near the citv. where tney are killed by thousands daily; tbe rnent is jerked, or cut in lonjr slips, and hull ir up to dry in the sun. The skins are sent to theUiiiied States and England, the bones rants. I regret to sea the erowtni spirit in Congress, and throughout lit country, to democratise our govern mem -to-- suomtt -very' question whether nertainintr to Bru.mir nr nn.- the horns used for nclPal aws. to the vote of the" Pt es are very dear at I V ' . burned for manure, and coiiio aim. uuuous. - lliuea ant verv 1 this time, ond many failures have occurred Of COlirse', SUcIl Selllhr.fnls. Used bv in the citj , from tbe failures in England. Southern gentlemen,' are l right and There is a great deal of wealth in some fam. proper, and rirovoke not a svlahU rJ ii:.,. r .1 L . . ' ' - . t z no. wiih ueiiueman nas an ineoma 01 over 1 f-fnm-A i ,1 ...o.,.-., f,-nm ik. i..nM 1 v uii.-ni hviii .v y j k: Oil 1 million a year t he ia now eno-mrml in Iri I- I m ' "1. ' "'. "' - - --- 1 , is uniiiiioiiin. 1 1 1 1 i& n ii ii.bi inn ling cattle up the river. " Rom autvi about very much whether the enliahUned masses in these "barbarous" regions omakce vs. Reality. The Conne give them their faeartv concurrence; le "Courier" states that two girls, aged They breath ' the unalloyed 'pirit f II u: T ,v "J6 A,htr monarchy, and ar Unworthy a repub- uu.a connty, uino, who were constant read- fican statesman who reaflfr prlzeVtha ers of flash newspapers and ehsis f-.i f.l . ' l 'I P""' became "impressed" that uW were to U I Z- P'QC.pies r.ft which re, heroines, anS one dark. s Zv n .h U.t Pb,,C 'Ut4ti9ns are built--rPhiL week, left their parents' home, and started -;-"LLiJ" ""'' V- .t" " on root, each carrying t bundle, and without ; ! Till the Gentle as DistimctLt tr means, in quest of adventure. The fii-.t 1 is n.t .1.- n....v Z J ' "f7 T. j .. . .. .... 1 iivun kcdc.cs on inm .n ::LTy WB1"et. lhro2" the mud to H.r- lish bill Mr. Gilmer asked SU-Bhe., of I fJ.aw' c,"n'rs Dul earn,nS m qestioor I. ,he ConstituHonf kHlLi. Lna .. mwt . IIIHL I nilfA was at HiffAA.Ma k.au I av ft. ...... w ww u n wititiciiiin urtwppn i tnn 1 aim nc a...L j - RM! ..j i.u. -,J mvum a.ar- - W- HtmhsiiM ""I Z r,".y.r'a .lnelr "ww thus: tell the rntr msn aWtJ--' jsoine person who took them home. j V . " " o.