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Careaer Hills held an inquest on tbe bed v
-"jf jenag Geuldj, the murderer and euicide, aaterday afternoon. Mr. Gouldy, step Saetbar of the deceased, was the first witness, he described ike scene as follows: I heard rev husband tall, and immediately deceased nubed into my bed worn with an axe ift his baud, exclaiming, 'Mother! ob! Mother!' I raised my hands as he approached the bed, and eaid, 'What is the matter, Frank! Deceased touts bold of my hand, aid struck me on the head with the axe, cut ting rae severely; he then rushed out. My nurse shortly ran into (any room; she was Wesoded, and almost covered with blood which had flowed from her cuts. I then ru late my husband's room, and aaw him lying ea the floor, wounded and Insensible; any little son, Nattie, fourteen .years of age, was kneeling over his father, kUalng him; Matti was also wounded in the bead. 1 saiaed (he window and called for help; some areens came to the front door, and I went Ma and let tbem in. In all, there were aix of na wounded." Mr Kr.n ler keeoa the ovater saloon in which t ou tic Gouldy took refreshments pre' viaua ta the murder. He testified that de- cssaed drank nothing in his place; only toe J 0ytltt't Daa no naicnei iu ui ub - time. A boy thirteen or fourteen year af ge was with him. With "very little deliberation, the jury rea iared a verdict of "suicide by a piatot abet wsuad inflicted by himself." it is said that Frank's habits wera very irregular,, and that hi father had sometimes chastized him severely. There is no marked change in the condi tion of the wounded parties to-day, Mr. Gouldy partially recovered consciousness ahls morning, asked what ailed him, and re anealed to be removed to another bed. , A ember of physicians have examined him, ad consider bis case hopeless. Mrs." Gouldy's condition is yet extremely Critical as is the boy Nathan's. Th rumor that one of the servants died I the Hospital yesterday waa incorrect. sre alive, and hopes are entertained of their recovery. A great crowd surrounds the premises, but Bene are admitted to the house, not even in tlmate friends unless their services are nee dad. Young Geoldy ia said to have been con- - atltntionally vicious, and under the influence f the lower propensities. His head, a wtt aeas states, was malformed, and somewhat resembled the idiolio type of cronial devel opment. . Moral and religious impresnions ' were particularly evanescent. Hence' it had bit a the constant annoyance of tbe father hew to restrain his conduct. . Stories differ as to the hatchet employed la the work of butchery. Several persons are confident that he was seen to carry it home with him wrapped in a paper, whilo the testimony of several of the family is that It belonged to bun, and was kept in an old trunk in bis room, with some rubbish. It is " Mssible that be bsd taken it out to get it sharpened for tba work of death, hut bad at succeeded in that purpoae. One gentleman, speaking af the vicious "-disposition ef Frank Gouldy. remarked that ha would not turn his mind to any use ... ful employment, that he was "fast," and that If "he bad been the aon of a poor man he would have been set dawn aa a common loafer. Aea York Evening Post. Th Siducek as Outiaw. A criminal Arialof extraordinary interest has recently : bea concluded in Fincastle, Ya. The pris oner waa a Mr. Henry W, Bowger, a gen tlemao of wealth and respectability, who was charged with murder, in having killed Mr. James McDowell, an officer in the t in castle Bank, who was the alleged seducer o! Lizzie Bowger, the prisoner s daughter. The killing was not denied, Bowger having shot McDowell with a revolver, while tbe Utter was engaged at his duties in the Bank JTha dtffence urged that a father was justifi cable in avenging tbe seduction of bis daugb tsr, even to the extent of taking the life of fctr seducer. The evidence that MeDjwel! 4ad debauched Miss Bowger waa conclusive end an atterant waa made to blacken the crime by showing that the lady was not eu tkelf sane, a circumstance of which McD, ' had taken advantage. Tbe case was sub mitted without argument, S.nd tbe prisoner waa acquitted. It waa a preliminary tr:! before a court of aix magistrates, fqur of whom voted for an acquittal, and two for aending the caao to trial. .This decision, aa. , fa as its authority extends, would seem to establish aa law what all-right-thinking per aona instinctively feel is justice, viz that, tbe " -deliberate seducer is an outlaw. Such de- alstons by juries, after listening to the pas aionat appeals of eloquent counsel, are - net uncommon; but wo do not remember a . aimilar decision by a Court of magistrates, , who are supposed, in theory at leaat, to rc- - gard only the rigid letter of the law. Thb News fbom Fsazer Riveb. We find in our California mails but little news --' from Frazer river. The Harrison river trail may be said to be completed, the greatest difficulties having been surmounted. The Hudson's Bay Company appears to be ma king the most of its brief authority. The ten percent, ad volorem duty is rigidly ex acted. Governor Douglns, it is said, is to bo knighted. He has not yet returned from his long visit to the mines. The Cali- " fornians are making every endeavor to turn the tide of emigration into their own terri tory, which has begun to arrive from the Eaat on its way to Frazer river. The gov erajment evidently anticipates a great future for Victoria, and have laid out the town (on Jiaper) over apace enough for a city of a hundred thousand. Appropriations on rath er a liberal scale, are also being made for improvements on streets. - .The water waa falling rapidly in tbe Fra aer river every day. Meleorolrgical obser vations confirm tbe reports of the remarka bly equable and mild temperature of Van couyer'a Island, a fact which serms to as tonish the correspondents of the California papers who are there. " The temperature of Bteilacoom beara a great resemblance to that af Lsndon. Execution or a Womab. To hang a man ia revolting to hang a woman is hor rible. The latter scene was witnessed at Danville. Pa., on tbe 22d ult. Mrs. Twiggs, the woman executed, protested ber innocence down to the very moment when tho fatal drop fell, and she may have been innosent, for she was convicted on circum stantial evidence alone, and circumstances aa well as living witnesses, often testify falsely. - Imprisonment for life would have been more keeping with humanity and right than the gallows which had already ended "the life' of one of the alleged murderers. The Bulletin's despatch says: Mrs. Twiggs was convicted of the mur der of Mrs. Catharine Ann Clark, by pois oning her with arsenic. The husband of Mrs. Clark waa convicted of the time charge, and waa hung on the 20th of Inst month. : Tbe crime was comrritled in the spring of 1857. Mrs, Clark bad heen on a visit tp Philadelphia, and returned to her home in bad health. The poison is sup posed to have been administered in her med icine. Mre. Twiggs acted as nurse to Mrs. Clark, and wae theonly one who attended to Mrs. CUrk during her illness. Both ' were convicted on the strongest circumstan tial evidence. A new trial waa applied for, and a writ of error argued before the Sa- promooun, wnen me oec.s.on of the low. .r.uu. wa. Hmnrmou. x.very enort (Del. Newe aaya "six hundred thousand wee- made to obtain a pardon for Mrs. dollars will be the lowest sum offered the -Twigga. Petition, were extensively circu- Stat8 of Delawaref 8t lhe .pproBchiog ieB. ; ted and signed, but Gov, Packer, after a Bion of the Ufrtoun, for an exclusive lot areful review of .11 the arsum.t.nces In tery grant for twen.y yeara. and a million onnsction w.th tho case, posit) vely refused be obtained for it just aa ea.ily a. the grant the request. I ,bove named um,' Tin Ptxaxid or Fsexdox. The Dem ocrat e Press has heretofore cultivated a taste for pyramids. Their columns have at times been adorned by them, and like the Egyptians they bare pointed to these eleva tions of their fancy with emotion ef pride and pleasure. But unlike those of the old world. Democratic pyramids cromble in rains or become reversed, so that they rest on their apex and tell the world how unstable are the"clculatioD and artifices of the fab ricators. The erections of Democratic ef fort have subsided, and the devoteea of Mr. Buchanan having lost their taste or skill for rearing pyramids, we propose to introduce to tbem one, the material of which is gathered from tbe results of the late election; OU IO IOWA MAINE KANSAS INDIANA V E R M O N T MINNESOTA CO N N ECTICUT ' P E N N S YL V A N ! A It aw remains1 for Ihe people of New York to decide whether or" not this State mhall an render its verdict a2ain.1t Mr. B ,hul. ., j admiuUlratiou aa to add its same and lame to tins aumonnory political structure. "We have nordoublrf the .result. Tiie mass of the people of This Skate sym- pathize -with the righif andiulereats of free- dsn. Tuey have 110 respect lor Mr. BU- chauau and b'w pficy, which would degrade labor and ahaae the people to a "common lev el with slavery itself. Tbeif . Verdict Will place New York 111 the pyramid or ireeaoitt. Mark that. Buffalo Express. "A " The N. O- Delta commenting oa Sena tor Hammond's Ml-siH speech aaye: There must be a menial-class in all - o- riL :. 1 . . 1 1. dal systems. . toe eotiai ; mjmxim t South would limit this class to a natural and acknowledged inferiority. V,:Blch Slavery ereames moif coajsecraiioe - Ui ment of Democracy; .and. thia raomeat, the Democralie maaae of the North have no truer friends than tbe Southern a lav holders, no mure valuable auytlisries than the-Soplh- era slaves. ' TfiMi is as immense fact which it ia time those same Democratic maases.4 should tear and act upon, before tbey , are plunged ntio anarrhy. or trodden -down by despotism. ' Hy giving up their, opposition to the South by nationalizing negro slavery bu removing all reslrcttom upon the tup- ply of negro fiave from- abroad-r-bj making Black Slavery, :u a word the "mud-sill," as Senator Jlaiutuoud aptly ; characterizes it, sf sociey sod political government;" in Uiat way Ihcu could posstbly tavt the. Lmon, save themselves from- submilling. to galling depredation or resorting to revolution, and save thear section from the danger which it would be in of drifting baek under English dominion. , ; ;. .i-' A THX WAT PSOFLB'GC.T KtLU-D VH TcXAS, --Tbe following, from the Bastrop (Ttxae) Advertiser. i a TrerVi unpleasant story 0! wholesale) in order: r '. - II .: On Satorday, the 13th, ar aeries of outre ffsous murders was committed -oa Burch Creek, in thai eoaaty'iltappeareJtb Mr. A. B.Shaw had a friendly akereat'ron with the cousin of a inn named Jobo W. Kirsky, whereupon Kiraky, Who- had : previously some words wiih ftha, drew his pocket knife aad cut hun so severely aa to cause instaat death..- Jonathan Shaw, a brother, approachin? toeraarato tlie , parties, was then BHsaUed - ami; killed. : Thomas i -fc HuL'hcSr a brot)i.Tjir-l.tw ; of , tlie Sbaws, then rode ua, and observad to K. that bo shouldn't kill thoae:boyav.wbea K.. wheeled upon the old man mid killed bimr instantly; and tbea tried to uiake bis escape.": While attempting to escape . Kirsky was shot at four times... On tbe Wednesday following. Kirsky was found, with some sixteen or eighteen bock-ehoi ia bis body, not tar from tbe same place where (he difficulty occur red. V ' 7 - ' ill' 1 11 M 1 111 i !j flif' SmoctiR Cask. Mr. J. Lowly, tailor ou Second atreet. informs as that when he was learning- his trade, in Washington City in the year 1826, in hastily getting, off the bench one dnv. he drove-a 'needle into the lower part of the calf of hU leg, point up ward. It disappeared " under - the shiD. Years afterward he felt the needle "working necoio tlie upper partot jc. and finally felt it near ' e calf- ItS1 it caused him fto trouble, and for ' . t ... 1 . .:1 Wednesday of last . Vfek, wh!.? bathing and rubhinir far rheumatism, he felt a lirptubef ance on tba front part of the' leg, nearly" ' . r opposite where the needle' went -in. ' Dr. Cory lanced it, and out 'came the needle, nearly as bright as . a new one, in .perfect shape, after having been working in a cir cuitous route around the leg, for thirty-two years. Ironton Reg, , , ,. ' Parsoh Brow it low Settiko up ro Himself. The Rev. W. G, Brownlow an nounces that he is hereafter to be publisher as well aa editor of the Knoxville (Tenh.) Whig. Hie policy, both economical and political, ia thus set forth: " I will not send a paper out of Kaox coun ty without payment iat advance, aad" 1 "never will again employ a coilectirrg agent, and thereby force any man, made 4 the image of God, to do as mean an act aa th.tt of re pudiating, a' Dewspapci aubecription." My crediting business shall be limited to Knox, ville and Knox county; where I asn- see the parties in person, and of .these I Wilt take the products of -the ountryv? ."." mts:t - y.r.v In all pergotial aBd political matters, I wilt take tba eourse- that suitp me, without con lilting any n, and hold myself responai blo fur the consequences; -:.i": ;tnt. -. i; ' Patrick Gifney is baggage bra cter on the Georgia railroad, and alway attentive to his business.' - A few evenings since, while at his posr, he was accosted by an excited pas senger, '""Who, in a rude and borg!erounian ner, demanded the whereabouts of hif trunk. Pal., after several limew replying to the in terrogator," at length' lost his patience, and ihus put an end to the stranger's troublesome questioning: "Ot:h,-misrber, I i wish " ill tny suulynu were the Elephant' instead of the Jackass, for ' thin you'd have your thru uk alwaya under your eye." Atlanta Intelli gencer. " ' - ' , M. Garvani, a French Machinist, baa, it ia said, perfected his ferial ship, at a cost of 300.000 francs, and made a voyage to Al giers, Africa, and bark with it, a distance of fifteen hundred miles from the anting point. The average speed ws almost one hundred miles an hour, 'he voyag occupying eighteen hours. 51. Gurvnni i to-nmke an attempt from Havre to the city u; T. York as coon as he has further tcstrd the character of his invention by a few short trips over I he Med iterranean and iis neighboring provinces. Levi Spies, of Philadelphia, standing al lhe corner of Grand street and (he Bowery in New York, Saturday, suddenly disappear ed from the sight of a friend wiih whom he was talking, and was discovered at the bol. torn of a well thirty feet deep, into w hich he had sunk, the street having suddenly caved in. There had been a well, there and some six or seven years Ago a contractor bad taken the job of filling it up, buf instead oi doing so, bad merely covered it over with boards, over which he put gravel. Mr, Spies haa since died of hit injuries. Delawabb GAM8UB9.-The Peninsular Twt Bays Later from Karo. Q.CEBEC, Nov. 1. The steamship Indian, with dates from Liverpool to the SOth ult., two dayaf later than those furnished by the Bonuaia, arrived here this afternoon. - The employees of the Allaalic Telegraph Company bad received notice' of their dis charge to take effect November SOth, unless favorable symptoma occur. H mover sends aa agent to England to treat fur the; aboli tion of tbe Sound does. Polities! amnesty was anticipated in Russia. The French Portuguese affair la unchang ed. Another demonstration against the iiitro- ductlotiof the Confeaeionil into lb church i of England, had taken place in L.bAju. midable defensive works have Ueeu com pie- j . ted on the Clyde. The hore i-ud of the i Atlantic Cable was about to bo laid at Va- ' leniia. Russia. The insurrection of the peas ants in the Extern proviucA are mure seri ous than was first represented. Cms. The Lyhdun Times complains of the purl pUyed'by the American Minister fn the recent negotiations, in begging instead of ileutilnliliL' a treaty, as the allies did. Fsasce. The French s Ambassador at Rome has made a strong statement to the Pope touching the recent abduction of the Jewish child, heretofore reported. ' The French Government refuses the ar bitration of England in the affair with l'or-" ".' .'. ,. , .. , ....... ..... Tbe Columbus (InJ.) Democrat give , a full .- account of the suicide oj a man in Court, on Wedaeaday last, at that place. The telegraph told us : o r tbe affair, with it accustatmed brevi y . Mr illiam Mewbcr teb. an old . sod well known , citiaca, ,had J been ucJ and judgment obtained . against i Uiin, but the plaiatiff had not been able to find anything to satisfy the execution. 7. , Tbe , plaiuliff believed thai M. bad property, aad , nstkuted antt at the Circuit Court te charge . tbe body of Mowherter. in execution under the statute of the State. The question was : tried whether M. hd concealed properly conu-flry o law. .The yerdjet was that be bad ia. his linnda, uaaccuuuled lor, 10, OUu. The Court-roots was crowded,; and iUe ,do- fc adant ..hearings th e verdict, ' took hu. .life by! shooting himself; through lbs breast. TJpoa the discharge of tbe pistol ha, sprang into the aw, aad teUilying upon the ajor.'. Mob pti tas d Has vvitz. The match has just been settled, and Mr. Morphy declared the winner, ,ali beta- being paid. . Jiiey were to have played, until one or tlie other had won . seven , games; , but . when " they stood Morphy five and Harwiiztwo, the lai- ter gave it up, . faying the blame oi nis ue feat upon his .ill-healVhi .but fbe " fact " is Morphy ia by . far,the bet player. Wiea the determination f the ; match was an nounced at the Cafo',.de.la7 Regeace the rendezvous of the chess play era bere-rtbe Americans assembled there were quite up- roariou in their exultation, wuue trie uer- rrrana and Prussians, who had, bet upon Harwijx,,.'immediaiefy .'Buffered a terrible ek.ngaiipn of countenaQce .SiU jjiey. con tinue toi'bavo bojieJwtipTuer person has bes sent for lo try fi'va hand at playing with the formidable Young Ameiican, and he is a countrymen",' of theira.'-Parts corres pondent Boston Transcript. . , CasamiXs Goats. -At our countya'u- there waa nothing 00 exhibition that. . at tracted more BUenUou than tbo f'aebrnere. Goats, imported by jour fellow citizen, Mr J. P. Brown, , of Bainbridge,, We ;. have heretofore, given a complete acacriptton.oT :heio. which it is unnecessary now, to re peat-;,,. They have ihuiar dope, very "wll in this country, and there i but JittUs dou Jt, that tbey may be uccesaiful!,vfl8nd profita blv raised here, ,.VVe bay? a. apeciracti ' of their vrooL which in softness and .einouolh ness, is almost equal to the finest fur., They were recently exuibiled at the, Missouri and Illinois State Fairs, and attracted much up tlce. fW trustMr. Brown may , find his investment in them a profitable 00c Chili ; A doos Peach Cbop ia Onio!-On9 of the Brothers Loughry, from Adams Co., called on us the past week, in answer to pur inquiries about thoir success in frutt grow ings he told us thst their" peach crop Hbe f present season amounted to thirty six hun- 1 dred Duehcls, which brought them iri tbd Cin- cinnati market an,avcrage of three dollars per bushel, or an aggregate of over Ki,Q00, Deducting the expense of gathering and mar I fcrio. tbS net product was $9,000. ,This i T.' cTnm 'i orchard of only .ten" acres .1 .t - - one eichih of - . v ;-- com tba amount from a seconaW?0 Jti;j - meucing to bears Mr; Li. stated taaw. oni their grounds the peach trap has failed only four times in -lh past ten years.' Ohio Cuitiva.or. o:;i 6:;iii.-v , .- '. -'" ' 1 "i.u i all Tie" : ri '.!,!.' A MiB TfttKB to Qaop his own Heap off. A correspondent oX the. V cyay (liid.) Ueveule, writing from Carroll county, Ky. slates that a. few days since a party of men were raising a log building; one of the com posy a young mau named Thoma E-'.Sear ceyKsuddeuly loft bis work, and seizing au axe. cut several severe gashes,. ia 'ho top pf his h.ead.. On atleutp hciru; made lo wrench the weapon -from him,, he, a raiulishcdit ,n Lhe air. tbre-atertins to kill any, one who ap nroachedlbiui. ;a HeiUien.iAjd Jbis jjecl. ftponl lugj jaod was abou U - chop. lua own. ..head on, wheu Juscainpauiona managed, after desperate struggle; to aecwrg.hifO, ijgeajfcey is described as being,, an iateiligent, uprigtit nianand bad never aqfore given any evi denes ot bewr.insne, The Kasras tiM) MirfcS. -The accounts froar. lhe gold-j-eijion at . Pike's.. I'tuk are moat-encouraging. The mines were beliey ed to be quite as. rich. as those io Ca(iforBia Very .rich diggings had been found on the South Platte, near Cherry Creek, , ..The miners are, reported to be making from three to four 'dollars per 'day,'""' They were not, howeverdevoting much otteh- lion to mining, but .were preporiiig for win ter. It "was the intehiion' of a ' portion of them to retire into the vafley-, some sii'y miles below the mines,' and remain there, till spring. .Tb'y1. were generally very well provided. " ' " '"',. ' " A ! correspondent of f lie) Springfield : Be publican says -that a- natural daughter 1 of Aaron Burr, and hia residuary legatee, cuntea curiously into possession of quite a fortune, wt this way; Burt held a lease from Trinity Church t the Richmond- Hill . property. three or four hundred lots in the centre of No York, 'for (i6 years. He re-leased the land for 63- years to Astor ami others, and their loase rxpire in I8G0. The least f..f three years then belongs to Burr's daught er, and tbcclaun is indisputable ' and the value of the lease very greut. ;. Already stiy. era! ot tbe lessees have cotnpruiaised ; tho claim for from f&OO to 2000 dollars. In tbe town of Zablegnn, Wurtemburg, there has been lately opened a new -printing oinoe by Air, I beodore IJelgerad. AU the compositors and pressmen are deuf mid dumb, in the number of one hundred and sixty: eleven of the former are women. They have all been educaied nt Mr. Helge. raii's own cost, to the employment they are now eugn'pd in. The king has con I erred on him a large guld medal fur the greut re clamatioa Iron, the social slid mural waste, The TjiAVELiico Commdbitv. A remedy such as BCSRHAVE'S HOLLAND BIT TERS cannot be too highly recommended. To the traveling community, especially, it Is certainly an invaluable remedy; having little or no exercise, constantly exposed and subject to the effects of a change of climate and water, they require some pleasant medi cine of this kind to regulate the bowels. CjjtJittt. THOMSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR Delaware, ovember 5, 1858. The November Electiohs Republicans Triumphant The elections of the present week have resulted most gloriously for the Republican cause. In connection with those which took place" the 3d TaesArr-in October, they bve in the forcible language. Cincinnati Commercial of yesterday, ..resuted m the couiplete overthrow of the ..,, f . t ..-...:.... anfi tho nttfr annihilation of all its power. It is now dishonored, beaten. despised and exec rated. It ia more tern biy beaten than that of Pierce in '54. If the elections of the second Tuesday of October crushed the Administration, tho electiona ou Tuesday pulverised it. The electiona in October were hard fought battles. Those of this month are routs of the demoralized Administration Democracy, There is no doubt but the A mi-Administration majority ia the nrxt llo'uee of Representatives will be large.' The luajority agaiust the Adniin-; iotralion will be clear even, without the An.. ti-Lecampfou Democrats.'"' .; - ; ;- The returns are incomplete and scattering but seem clearly to indicate th following results: ' ""'"" : - ,. New . York. Morgan (Republican") e lected Governor . tosellu-r with the entire Republican State ticket by bout 30,000 majority. '- Ot the 34 Uongreaamen otuy four Administration men are known to be elected, aud one ot'llictn owes his ejectioS to the vote s of U. S. -troops, , The Legisla- tnr8 'overwhelmingly Republican ia both branches. " (ii a ic i? . - I Massachusetts.-- Rerftiblicantsrrt has swept" over the Slate wiih the force "of a tornade, .carrying -everything ,- before UV Banks RepabIicaa) eieeted Governor by an "overwhelming Jimajority-'an unbroken delegation 'of eleven Republican Congress men elected Legislature Republican in both branches by more than three to one New i- iEBSEY. Ad ministration party totally routed. Opposition elect the entire Congressional delegation; being a gain of three members Legislaturei ' opposition Hisiorily iu both, branches, which. .Insures rhe gain of U. 3. Senator Delaware. Disputcbes conflicting. De mocracy have probably elected their Gov ernor and a majority in tlie Legislature; the opposition electing tbe Congressmen,' being a gain, - . r.: a:..'- .: " : .! Michigan. Republican throughout; Gov ernor, Sfate ticket, entire Congressional del egation,and Legislature. " ' . . Wiscossm. The returns indicate the tri umph of tbe Republican!, including , the election of ibe entire Congresnioaal delega tion, . " '" , ' , ' Iu,ixo(9.--No reports given as regards Congressmon or State ticket. ..The follow ing .comprises tbe. latest news relative to, tbe "Legislature,-Which, with the advantage he haa tn ihelioWing-over Senators, renders it I- ; Hfi' " ' . - -' - - I ' - probable that Douglas has Inuinphed, but this even : is an Administration defeat. 'A Chicago dispatch, dated 8 p. m. Wednesday evening snysj ... 'As far as heard from, the Legislature i House, Republicans 35; Democrats' 33; 7 doubtful. - Senate, Ilepubiicans 11; Dem ocrats 11; doubtful 3. . The doubtful counties are: Fulton (two members,) which gave a Democratic maj. of 150 in 1S5S; Madison County, (two members), which elected Republican and American (in 'S3) by a large majority; Mc Donough County, (one member,) which gave a. Republican majority vl 70; Hancock Co., (one . member,) which gave a Democratic majority of 100; Wabash and. White Couu- tie, (one member,) which gave a Democratic majority of about 100. Official Absxbact; or Votes. Below we give the official abstract of votes cast ' at the recent election in this 'conniy--except-' ing those given for Commissioner, Infirmpry irecto? -nd Coroner; for . ..which . office onnosi'ri candidates to the tbure were n votetrf RcpubJicau nominees. Tn iW ComWistiobery ia"S30! Rilet, for nZ' fifmary Director, 8373; Wjllet, for Curo- ner, 2202, .. :'-hh-2!et: 3- s B . S s.-. sr. 1 iS6SSSS33aSSSSi MP 'j-ts-p.jv r. r'.-w ! n: st - t. .... - El 2SS5ti;SgSs32aSsSSR ' ' ' -ri ; - ... t ; nMttoi I - --. .1 oiwJl I. .. h pjtnnl.s Mjpj ' " .nnwKJ "".--' . , ifjiagj . ? i "... m . " TM. j.ll i ' ' . '., ' . a. . . , iic lonowing re mo correct oitCial re Junta of the vote for Judge io the several counties comprising this judicial district. It will be seen that the nmi ritv against Mr. Powell (320) is not so high as repret sented by the unofficial returns: Given, 2835 1843 2374 3484 2300 1307 2723 1800 1724 Powell, 2751 1234 2716 3164 271S 2080 2459 2664 1850 Wayne Holmes Coshocton Licking Kuox Delaware Richland Ashland Morrow 20,294 9,974 n 1. i i uur wn.ie women ana one while man, tried for vagrancy last week at Louisville, Ky., have been ordered to be sold lor twelve months into slavery. Our Democratic neighbor seems distress ed because wa do not see fit to adopt him as a model, and shape our movementa accor dingly. Perhapa we are in erf or, but wa take a different view of the matter. Wa av'thevanitjr to think w are able" W manage our own business, and whan his ad vice becomes desirable will not fail to ap prise him to that effect. If his oft repeated assertion is proof of the" fact, the Gatetle is an exceedingly dull, stupid, and uninterest ing affair its editor a lazy, prosy, weak and unenterprising old fogy while ou tbe other hand (according" to same authority,) the Standard is a lively, brilliant; witty, wide awake, interesting sheet; its editor an in dustrious and enterprising individual; a racy, talented and strong writer in fact a "most tremendous man" in all respects. We free ly accord him all he claims in regard to him self it is the universal sentiment of the pub lic where be is known that when he departs the world will "ne'er look upon hia like gain." umy mis ageot "Atlantic i eiegrapns and other Steam Engines" could produce luch a prodigy, and if others are unable to ap proach him in any respect, it is their misfor tune, and christian charity would dictate that it should not be imputed aa a fault. Of course no other mortal could hope to get up such a paper as he dues, when ha spreads" him self; the effort would be utterly preposterous. As to the estimate he is pleased to place upon curself and oar labors, it is a subject upon which it hardly becomes us to speak. Tbe public are perhaps more disinterested and competent judges and, actions speak ing louder than words, it is rather surprising, it they coincide with bun, that the dull and stupid Gazettt should have one of the largest and best psying lists of subscribers and aa large and profitable an advertising patronage as any country paper in the State while the brilliant and ably edited Standard has alwaya stood very far in the rear of it in boin respecia. Vide his lats thrilling speech at Springfield Nearly all of the few lcomptcnitea elect ed to Congress thus far from the Free States, were compelled, in order to secure their election, to pledge themselves to disregard their compact with their Southern brethren, by declaring they would vote for the admis sion of Kansas without demanding evidence that she possesses the population required by the provisions of the English bill. This course has raised great commotion among the faithful in the South, and their papers and orators are'Joud in denunciation of the treachery and jn.threats of revenge.. As a sample of the loop and spirit ;oX their spea kers, wo give an extract from a recent, ad dress of one of the most prominent leaders of Ibe southern division of the party--ilon. Lawbebcb M. KEirT, of South Carolina . Speaking of the provisions of the English bill referred to and the reported pledges given by Democratic nnminees for Congress in the Northern States to disregard it if elected be said: . "This provision, "just ie itself, necessary to fair dealing between the members of the Confederacy, was incorporated in the bill with more than ordinary legislative solemni ty.-. It was an agreement entered into under circumstances - which invested it with the earn. titles ol a compact. The faith was pligliled. It cannot be broken by the North ern party toil without per6dy. " If it be true that the Northern Democratic nominees are pledged to violate it, then it shows to my tnind that Northern fanaticism is increasing and that resistance to it is giving way. tho north breaks faith upon this point, the ties between the two wiugs of the party will be weakened if not dissolved. - The South cannot hold communion with those who betray faith, and hound on fanaticism. If Kansas is now thurst into the Union as a free State, against and over the provisions of tbe Conference Bill if the South is to be out raged, by seeing this Territory, with its re bellious and .-marauding population, and its liaenlmoe aud anarchical agitations, lassoocd aad dragged into the-federal sisterhood, in defiance of law, and right, and justice, ami 'pledged fartb, then ohe most tear asunder parly Xifis, and lake ber safely into her own hands. . The fulfillment ' of the bond rhc South, must : and will exact, and any vio lation j(, it must; be followed; by retribu tion The notorious filibuster chief, 'General WE?i;'wJhose. neck has iwico hereto lore c ; tKn hnlt(.r hv the onnortfine irom ;, - J . i - . '"t ? Tf--"- naval Lowers, is about interference of U. ts.-.-i. id sub- to maiie anpteer snuinjit iu invaas ... , i due Nicarsgua-sNind has isut-fj a circplar inviting those who desire to oin in life un dertaking to rrepo'rt " fliepiselvcs at JiJoblle, previous to the gOth ipst., at which, time the vessel chartered for the purpose of trqospur ling'''euiigraBtii" to that country will leave. These- -movements have called forth , from the PreViSeht a proclamation, of the usual form.'warningeitiaens of the United States of the danger of joining in such unlawful enterprise, and cautioning Government offi cers to be active7 and energetic In tbejr 'cf forts to prevent the embarkation and depart ure frorn-our shores of the contemplated ex-, peditioB. " Whether or not it will be effect ive in arresting the further prosecution of the piratical project, remains to be seen if it is, it will, be the first instance of success, in cases where the organization wae effected in the South and the extension of the area of slavery jni chief design. Changes from one party to another have always been of frequent occurrence, and they will doubtless continye while parties eist. Formerly they were noticed with particulari ty as they occurred, in all parts ef lbe coun try; but of Ule the desertions from . bogus Democracy to Republicanism throughout the Northern States have become so nuincTr ou that generally the only notice taken of (hem ia It. record he desertions by platoons, companies and regiments, from the Admin istration ranks, as indicated by the election returns.' Among lhe individual instances of change that have recently come under our observation, are eleven hitherto prominent Democrats of Ionia, Michigan, who come out in a manifesto, published in the last number of the Ionia Gazette, and announce their renunciation of bogus Democracy and give in their adhesion to Republicanism- On the other hand, the notorious O. B. Mat TESON.of Utica, N. Y., who waa expelled from the House for corrupt practices, has turned Democrat, and took an active part against the Republicans in tbe lata contest in that State. A terrible tragedy was enacted in Cincin nati Saturday night last. Three young men, sons of respectable and wealthy citizens, visited a house of ill fame, two ol whom got juto a quarrel with one of the female inmates, wlii ch waa followed by a sanguinary fight, in which ona of them drew a large knife with which he stabbed her, causing almost netunt death. The time for collecting taxes having ar- arrived, it haa become necessary for Treasu rers to decide upon their course in reference to the "specie clause" of tha aub-treasury bill passed by our Democratic Legislature daring their last session. In some instances the spirit of the law is carried out, and to be able to comply with its requirements relative to paying out all sums of $5 and udder in coin, tax-payers'" are required "to pay specie in discharging their tax, when it does not exceed $ in amount ia other, and perhaps the majority of cases, no regard is paid to the requirement', tbe Trcasureres entertaining no fears that persona can be found to com mence a prosecution for the official delin quency and in still other cases an ingeni ous "dodge" is resorted to, by which the re quirement ia virtually disregarded but the penalty for auch disregard avoided. This process is explained in the following extract from the Union Press, showing the manner in which the "hard" section of the law ia ot along with in a neighboring county on " i ' - .... - - , . i the west "The Treasurer does not fail to pay every order of $ and less in coin, but after so do- in he requests an exchange of the coin so pud for bankable naper, and -only in some half dozen instances has be failed to get the coin back, thereby paying off small ordera, to a large amount in the aggregate, and only being compelled to part with, some $15 to $30 in coin. We speak advisedly as to our county -, when we say to the people that the less gold dollars they take away from the Treasury the less gold dollars will berequir ed of thein in tax-paying times. None ta ken away, none required." .-. .. By the following, copied from the Colum bus Gazette of Saturday last, it will be seen that important changes are to take place iu the State Journal.' ''From bur knoweldge of the. new -editor and! publishers, we doubt not tha central organ of the Republican party wiM under their guidance be a first-class paper In' every respect, and command liberal and" remunerative support: ' - We learn that arrangements are conclu-- ded by which the Ohio Slate Journal paper haa been transferred from its present pro prietorjnto the hands of ;a new company composed of J. &. H. Miller, the enterprising Book Publishers and sellers of this city, and Henrv D. Cooke, the able and occomplished editor of the Sandusky Register. Mr. Cooke; with a- foil corps pf ossistanls, will take charge of the editorial department, while the Millers will look after its finances and the extension of in circulation and business The publishing office will be removed lo th Miller Block, opposite the Gwynne Block fan Town street. The paper will be put in entire new type, and in all respects be made a model daily newspaper. It will be morning paper hereafter. We learn the first issue will be out just so soon as the tvew type, &c, can be procured." C. C. & C. KAiLBOAD.- Tills is ono o thebest managed and most successful roads ttv tlie' country; and while lbe stock of most other roads it saleable oi all commands only a nominal sum, the slock of. the C C. &. C. commands,' a good price and is much sought after the last quotations placing il at $96 Dersbare. A statement of the earnings fur the nine months ending 1st Ociober shows a most gratifying result considering the hard limes and consequent stagnation in busi ness and the competition it has encountered in rival roads. The net earnings durin that time were 807.599 78. be in a an in rrcase of 57,938 33 over the earnings tbe corresponding period the previous year The lIoETicoLTUKiT.---The November number of this interesting publication is received. The table of contents conipri ses nineteen original articles treating on subjects in the several departments of horti culture and rural art; the usual Editorial Miscellany; . Answers to correspondents Miscellanea; -Vineyard, Greenhouse on Garden Calender, for tho month; with elev en illustrnlions of the subjects dtscussed, It is a work worthy the attention and sop port of alVihterested in turiir ! affarre. new volume commences with the January nouiber. C; M. Saxtob publisher. New York.- Terms $2 per year. '"Mr. Coohlik, an anti'Lecompton Douglas Democrat, ha been removed Tram the office of ColJectpr of Customs at Maumee Chy, in this State, and his place, filled by the pointment of .Emebt D. Potteb, an Ad ministration Democrat. a This announcement is justly regarded yItfi alaTtiTbyhj" holder8 throuSH; out the S.tate "Jf j)a IaiiolTlo.oii2?.0P: Lhp standard pf faith prescribed, by tljp Presi dent, and ogajnst whoij a similar fnanifps tatjon of bis displeasuro b,as )eetj threaten- jft seems that Bright and Fwh, the two Indiana Lecomptoiiites who have been per- mitted by the Administration majority in the IJ. S. Senate to hold aeata in that body to which they were never elected, are not to be permitted to remain in undisturbed posses sion of the places they have usurped. The Cincinnati Commercial of Tuesday says: We have from good authority in Indiana polis the following statement; ' Qur Legis lature will meet on the 30th of November. The pretended election of Bright and Fitch will be repudiated by a joint resolution, and two gentlemen sent to, Washington to con test .their seats. ; -; :, i-. The ravages of the yellow fever In New Orleans the past summer and present fall, hive been terrible, fr om the 1 5 lit of June to the lO'.ff of October the deaths, according to the oiTickil report of the Board of Health, numbered 6 386 and since that time the number daily reported baa ranged from: 60 to SO a day up to the 1st inst, when the re- ports peasea,tne disease Dei tig regarded as no longer epidemic, Tbe total number of victims during the season considerably exceeds 7.00Q. ' While the Democratic State ticket was elected in Indiana at the recent election, by majorities ranging from 1500 to 4000, the majority against lhe Administration, taking the most reliable test, (that of the vote fur Congressmen) fools up 7,111. This shows clearly where the Hoosier State will stand n the contest of 1860. ' Poob Pennsylvania. Here are seme of the Pennsylvania Democrats, now in na. tional offices ; James Buchanan, President. . James Black, Attorney General, G. M. Dallas, Minister to England. J. R. Chandler, Minister to Naples. Mr. Buckalew, Minister to Ecuador. Mr.. Reed, Minister to China. Mr. Clay, Minister to Lima. Mr. Jones, Minister to Austria. - 1 It ia a shame that P ennaylvania should repudiate a party that deals so generously with her "favorite aona." NEWS ITEMS " Jonathan Robbina died In Middlesex county, Maaa., last week. He weighed 465 pounda.-: Tho Germantown Independent, records two deaths from hydrophobia in that town in the past week. A dangerous counterfeit purporting to be $2,50 gold coin baa just been put iu circu- tion. Look out for it. - The Emperor Napoleon has just given his wife's mother, a mansion in Paris valu ed at nearly a million of dollars. The New York Police arrested eleven fortune tellers on Friday; a part of whom were held to bail and the remainder discharg ed. The costume of the Spanish ladies has not changed for two hundred, years. They actually wear the same style' of dresa . that thetrgreat grand -mothers did. John G. Duden, Of Wooster, Ohio, com mitted suicide a few days since, by shooting himself through the head. , He waa 23 yeara of age, and a young man of respectable stand- ng. ; . . .; :- , . . , v There was a decrease iu the taxable prop erty of San FranctsCo for the present fiscal year, as compared with the past, of - consid erable" more than four millions and a half of dollars.' " ' " ;.....- ' The Ravenna Democrat says that Will iam Haskina of Garrettsville, was accident ally shot on Tuesday of last week, by a boy named Lane Rice. No hopes are entertained of bis recovery. . , A little girl, weighing 940 pounds, was one of the attractions at the Connecticnt State Fair. : She amused herself by band ling a South American ' boa constrictor, seventeen feet in length. A ybung girl named Achiah Blade, com mitted euicide in Detroit on Monday, by cut ting her throat with a razor. She was dis appointed in lore, and obliged to make Vests at twenty cents each for her support.' Exacti-T-So. The Cincinnati Commer ial says: "The financial policy of tbe Democratic party is. easily defined Borrow money, augment the national debt at the rate of fifty millipna per year to pay cur rent expenses." , George Shaw, charged with the attempt to kidnap George W. Ferris, a mulatto, by enticiug him from hia home in Pittsburgh, South with the view of selling him as a slave, baa been convicted at PHsburg. The marriage between Jonathan and Miss Great Britain, which was so brilliantly cele brated a few weeks ago, is evidently a very unhappy one. At all events, no word have passed between them since the bridal day. The Hon. Sberrard Clemens,7 who was wounded in the duel with Gov. Wise's son, has boen given over by his physican. His death is expected every horn. Amputation u the only possible 'remedy, and his system is too much wasted to bear that. Bostoh, Oct". 29.- Mrs. Gardner, convic ted of murder In the second degree, for pois oning her husband, late Post Master ot Hingham, has been sentenced to-the Heme of Correction for life. Columbus, Ia.', Oct. 27. In a suit to day Shrewsbury and Price against Newherter, a verdict.was rendered for the former for$10, 000, wheu tbe latter drew a pistol and shot himself through tba heart, killing him instant Eighty per cent of the women of North Carolina are said to be "snuff, dippers." The process of snuff dipping consists of rub bing the teeth and gums with snuff, thereby causing a sensation like intoxication. The nerves are excited and the head becomes a Tittle giddy. John W. Forney, a few days since, io a speech nt Yonkers, N. Y., cam? out in fa vor of a Protective Tariff, and denied thai he ever was a Free Trade man. He sees very clearly which way tbo wind blows in Pennsylvania. What ia thia but old Wbig thunder! The Paraguay Expedition witl consist of twenty vessels, Carrying one hundred and ninety guns, three hundred and twenty -two officers, and two thousand seven bunndred and ninety men. , A fire occurred on Sixth street, New York, Thursday night, by which two per. sons and twelve horses were destroyed The persons burned to death were Mitchael Hertel, aged 50 years, and Caroline Hertel his daughter, aged 20 yeara. - - The election of John Hickman, of Penn sylvania, and ol John" G. Davis, of Indiana, to the next Congress, were sore blows to the Admidi&tralion. They are bitterly anti-Le- compton and antt-Englisb Bill. The President of the United States has stopped The Press, that is, Forney's pa per, and requested F. to send in his bill. The account was 7,50. The news of the payment of the cash bas not been received. -'"A quarrel occurred irt a saloon al Albany, N.' Y.. the night of tho 22d, between partizana of Morrissey and HeenaA, gi"C'.y ing out of the recent fight. Owen. Curran ' was stabbeu b a, man named Turner. His ycTuhds i:? mortal; Turri?r was arrested. Auguatfia wnj iiUifd fjuia.K M.ort'- mcr, in Cincinnati, by stabbing ijif) Itl the bncj, op the 2st. Ward was cqmmltfctj for trial for murder jn th,e fjrst degree. The deed was unprovoked and waa committer upon a respeclable persof, - The President ia reported to be" pick since he received the news of the election in Pennsysvania, on Tuesday. The Uuion whimpers forth excuses, and draws parallels between this Democratic disaster and the elections of '54. . n ' r . . ff'W OT J.IT1NG IB KANSAS. tarn in Lawaence sells for twenty cents per bushel, sweet potatoes for one dollar, common po tatoes fifteen to eighteen cents, wheat one dollar, apples one dollar and twenty-five cents per bushel, flour f 3,75 per 100 lbs. From Galveston, Texas, late private ad vices atata that there have been 800 cases in oil, and 300 deaths. About one-thirdof the residents have run away. About one in six of those left are down with the lever; one in four of the sick are dying. The Kansas Weekly Press, of Saturday, the 23d October, ha3 additional news from tho new gold fields near Pike's peak, Mr A. M. Smith had arrived in Elwood, Kansas Territory, with a kettle of gold dust worth 6,000 or 7,000 dullar. It appears that no doutit remains but that the far west ot Kan eas is rich in gold. The Dayton Qaaette, of yesterday, aaya: Mr. Nichols, it is said will contest the seat of Mr.-Allen. It is aliened, that a larire number of illegal votes were given, particu larly in Miami and Darke counties. New York', Nov. 3. The British bark Claude, from Quebec for Sunderland, was wrecked in a gale. The captain, his wife, aud seven of the crew perished. The bal. ance arrived here. New Yobk, Oct. 27, 10:30 P. M. The supply of cattle ia entailer, quality a little better. Tbe advance is equal to half a cent all around. Eleven thousand hoga have arrived here this week. Sales more lively at 65;5o. Sheep 25 505 higher. Country bank notes in New York are act ually worth more than specie, and such notes are hoarded up while silver ia paid out. A person baa $1,000 wages to pay on Saturday. Instead of paying in country banknotes, he bgya $1,000 in silver for $995 bank mony, and saves $5. at the aama time paying specie to his men. Such a atate or the money market never occurred before. Triumphs of Science. One of Xha'' greatest feats of science has been ao-, chieved in New York by the analysis of the entire body of Mrs.- Stephens for the purpose of detecting the preov1 . ence of arsenic. The case connected ' with the analysis is one which, did the parties interested move in a prom inent sphere of life, would produce '" intense excitement. . : .- A few weeks since a man named Bell was arrested for attempting to" shoot his brother-in-law Stephens.-1- -On the examination Bell denied noth ing, but admitted that he came over from Ireland for the purpose of shoot- j ing Stephens, who, he averred, had been guilty of poisoning . his sister, Mrs. Stephens, and had attempted the seduction of another sister. ' Up on this Stephens was arrested for the murder of his wife Whose death oc- a curred more than a year since. The r two sisters of Mrs. Stephens were ex amined, and they testified that Ste-T1 phens, during his wife's last illness, W administered to her large doses of suspicious powders, and large doses" ? of laudanum, and would suffer no ono io administer medicine to her but himself; and it was shown that twice ? he had bought arsenic for the pretend ed purpose of poisoning rats. Oner of the sisters, Sophia Bell, also teatifi- ed to improper advances made by- Stephens during the hie time of his wife, and of offers of marriage imre diately after his wife's death. These facts the sisters dare not malice Known through fear of Stephens, but they did hint at them in leters to Ireland;,, and their brother-r-one of a number; , who compose a inghly respectable1 family in Ireland hastened over, to a avenge the wrongs done his name and family by Stephen. . ! ; lhe analysis of Mrs. Stephens body, which has occupied a number'' of weeks, and the skill of ' the' bey,l chemists, and attended with great ex pense and intense application, eom- pietely confirms the story a to the presence ot arsenic. , . . l he analysis is very elaborate and) intensely interesting in its details to scientific men, and ef great inter- r est to the world at large, in show- ; ing how infallibre are the testsof sci- ence, and how its dumb mouths do- utter evidence which cannot be shak--" en or controverted. Portions of the body of Mrs. Stephens were in a good! : state of preservation, a fact, we sup-: ' pose, uunuuiauie to tne presence oi arsenic. The analysis concluded bjr , giving twelve tests, which, combined,. . cannot be imitated by any tha 5"; known substance. On the strength) i of this testimony Stephens wa held to bail on the charge of murder,- Cleveland Herald. Unsound Slave States. The dis.' tinguished secessionist and fire-eater, Mr. Yancey, of Alabama, ha come t to lhe conclusion that several of ihm : Slave Slates are "unsound on the goose question." Mr. Yancey tbu speaks of.them in a letter written in reply to Mr. Pryor, of Richmond, who, not long since, published hie' reasons for refusing to co-operate for a dissolution of the Union: ' To be candid, I place but Jit tie trust in such States as Delaware, Ma ryland, Tennessee, Kentucky, end Missouri. In the first, Slavery is but a nominal institution, and anti-slavery ideas prevail to a large extent. ' Ir! Maryland a Freesoiler is an honored Representative in Congress; and ira the great issue of.Ii55li that State seperated herself from her sisters and voted for Fillmore. Tennessee lia long maintained a Freesoil Senator in Congress, and a large minority now, sustain him there. In the Methodist Conference her delegates Toted a gainst striking out the anti-slavery clause in her discipline; while aha maintains on her Supreme Court Bench and in the chair of Lew Pro fessorship in her University one W he openly declares"SJavery to be mot- rl, social and political evil." In Missouri, Benton was upheld when unsound on this issue; was sent to - the House of Representative when ousted from the Senate because of his anti-slavery ideas; ajtd Bow the St. Louis district is represented by a Freesoiler who was a candidate for re-election upon the Emancipa tion platform. Surrounded a she al most is, by Freesoil Territory, hef Slave owneiS S.r? emiarating to large numbers to Texas, and will ?99Q iMT her a prey to Seward's Abolition ys-" tem of legislation. . In Kentucky, Mr. Clay's Emancipation and Coloni zation fdens are bearing legitimate frpit.arju Mr. Crittenden hold pow erfuj " say fivf . the affection of its pepplp; and i j3 hardly tf) t4 double but hat Mr. Crjttertfen P0 joined with the anti-slavery V"lrl can party of the North would carre . Kentucky. I rnay well be accused, then, if I said in private correspon dence (what I frankly confess would have hesitated to make a matT ter of public discussion,) that I only hoped for an effective movement ta the Cotton States. When Morrissey and Heenan with their backers arrived at the fighting ground, in Canada, about a dozen Canadian constabulary appeared near the ring with their neatly varnished bludgeons, and "in the name of the Queen" commanded the crop-eared, one eyed, head-shaved crowd to dis. perse, This was regarded as a very good joke, and excited considerable merriment, but the constable were told, that if they attempted in the least to interfere la the scrimmage, their heads would be unceremonious ly punahed; which they thought would very apt to l a the result, e after a "drench," they joined the crowd, bet freely on the fight, and el lowed it was useless to attempt te "comprehend any of the vagrom men.'' The fact is, all of the coun ties of Canada, lying on Lake Erie. could not bring out torce sufficient te disperse so rough aqd blood-thirsty a set ol shoulder hitters as were that day gathered at Long Point. Decapitation at Oberun. - Mr, Munson, the Postmaster' at Oberliru. has been removed, and Lewis D. Boy nton appointed in his place. Thera. son, "in a nutshell," is said to be thfat Mr. Munson inclined to Douglas, and tur. uoynion has lately proved hi leeung ioriiucnauan by aidine te "catch a niccer!" Both are welt qualified to discharge the duties of Postmaster atOberlin, and. yb neith er could get one ia twenty of the vaHes of the people for the place, wera tbe office elective as il should be. Cla., land Leader.