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A NBWSPAPBR--C0NTAMHN6 A BR1BP SUMMARY OP THE IATBST FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 8NTBIUGENCB.
INDIANA AMHÖCAH. ir to rum, to ttittTT 4 ut, IWttl H, DO HA L 1. ill. Bditor. noorniu, OTDIAVA JBVAY. ÄABCH U, ISM. I e eircitaioei eSr aaipoee elren- ties me dlBMBBd nwch upon the various tnteraate which will eater into the coming negotiations. F rance is supposed to be more desir ous of peaco than England The lat ter power baa acquired lea military glory than the former, and EngKnd, it is alleged, pants for another campaign to recover ber prestige, which the lost in the siege of Sebastopol, while Na poleon, satisfied with the glory of his arms, would willingly leave his ally in the inferior position she occupies. Bnt this is mere oadinage. England, rich as she ia.hu already added to her national debt one hundred million pounds sterling to support the war, and will still require much more to pay the expenses of it, even if peace sho'd now be made. Napoleon has proba bly expended more, and is not as well able to bear it; and it is not surprising that he should be still more anxious for peace. But no considerations will induce him to break with England, at from his alliance with that country he has more important purposes to answer purposes intimately counseled with the perpetuation f his power and dy nasty. The congress it held in Paris. Among other reasons for ths selection, no doubt the principal one is, that the press is under such restraint at to pre rent misrepresentations of the discus sion getting prematurely abroad. Nothing will be known of them until ths close of the congress. We confess we hare all along been desirous of the defeat of Russia in her attack upon the Sultan. We could not but deplore the prevalence of Moham medanism, which at one time threaten ed the extinction of Christianity by the swrrd ; but looking at Mohammed ism as it now is, we think it offers greater facilities for the propagation of real Christianity than the Greek relig ion or Romanism, being less exclusive and lest relentlessly persecuting than either. The Caar, the head of the Greek Church, snd the Pope, thejhead of the Roman Catholic Church, are equally ntolerant of Bible Christianity; for neither the one nor the other allows the circulation of the Scriptures, where they have the power to prevent it; and the superstition and gross idolatry, both in faith and worship, established by each, is no wsy to be preferred to the faith and practice imposed by the Koran. Indeed, it was the gross idol atry and tuperttition which had been substituted for Christianity, and bor rowed from paganism, which enabled the impostor to extend his conquests over Christendom, st it assumed to be called. Mohammed mads war upon idola try, and proposed in its stssd a pure theism- the belief in and worship of one God, claiming to be hit Prophet. His theory of religion was decidedly more rational than the substitute for Christianity which prevailed in what was called Christendom, and gave suc cess to ti e armi of ths Prophet. And if his intolerance to other forms of re ligion, end his ute of power to estab lish hit own, were not to be justified, it was r mir copy from the creed and practice of the Greek and Roman chiur;hei against which he warred. But at the present time the intolerance and exclusive no s of Mohammedism have greatly abated, while the Greek and Roman Catholic Churches remain un changed. There ia no interdiction to the circulation of the Bible in Turkey, nor any persecution of professors of Christianity; while in Russia, no other form of Christianity is tolerated but of the Greek Church, and the circula tion of the Holy Scriptures it wholly prohibited by law; and it is well known that the same state of things exists in all Roman Catholic states, except the slight modification of the law which has obtained in France since the expulsion of the Bomrbons. Now the war made by Russia upon the Sultan was avowedly to compel him to acknowledge the protectorate of Russia, over his subjects, professing the Greek religion, who constituted two-thirds of the population of Turkey in Europe, and who already enjoyed the free exercise of their religion. The demand, then, could have no oth- on the shores of tbef8ea of Azoff have er purpose than to transfer two-thirds significant when compared with this. If this be the result, then will the masses learn their rights and become free. If this it not to be one of the results then we believe the end of the is not yet.ir diana. oo pa fa la lodtaoapolia, tad it la UM weeJtktaet portion of the So wei.t tae4vertteo Id I III do voll to n Hi Ihtltiaa War Itt Possible Ter -'film I Probable Beinlta. ' Possibly, before we go to press, the result of the conference at Paris, to meet en the 25th nit., in tab country, though it mwy be eeveral weeks yet; la there were many is tails, involving many in trieaU points, to bs settled. We con fess, even yet, our want of faith in ths prospect of peace. Our doubts are baaed upon the bad fai th of Russia and Austria, as evidenced at the late Vkaaa Congress, in which Russia xc- the obvious interpreta tive third "condition, " which was more favourable to her than the pqnywition aha now aasen ta to; and the ft that Austria did not take the de part rv favour of the Allies a ejected of her, to which tobe committed. ill this it is replied, thai Russia m ist th position she held at when the former negotiations pending. The aDied powert had then manifested their vast amount esourecs, and that tup tas which has since been TsW French and English "before Sevastopol had com thf aiegs unprepared for the the winter; aad the eommis- sspeciaHy I the English, had oonfsrkted such blunders as to expose the trovpt to the most terrible cslami ties Crom f arioas diseases. They had. too, sent am immense naval armament to-the Baltic, which accomplished very little of what had been expected of it, fox the want of the auxiliary rapport of laad forces. All thit is et- or about to be to. allied amies having taken the of Sebastopol, and blown up the docks on the south tide of awaiting the re- taaxf Of saukags in ssoeUeat health and havtSf been shielded adequate- the vicissitudes of the winter. the naval armament destia- spring exceeds wlW and, besides the laid forces WlkaUiecertaJaUurt war continues, Swudati will seise the 71. . r' w a a ty awfweovar vwianu, ana to the invasion of this Rus- ejka yrovlnee 100,000 men. Mean Otwa the harbour of Sevastopol being as a seaport, and the veaaaieol war sunk by the i themselves, the armie, which have been besieging it, will be rsisased from ths servioe. and employ edia other quarters where the empire is saoee aseailabl. But this is not all. It is certain that Russia has lost, during this con test, the prestige of omnipotent miltta- n power which she has acquired, and can no longer be looked to as a pro testor of despots in Europe, against the influence of liberal opinions among their tubjeott, which the increased in tarnations. L commerce and coram uni tateba msvitsbly diffused. It has been dsasoastrated that the autocrat finds even shsolote power at home doet not avail ia supplying his amies abroad wjta provisions and munitions of war, srhile his enemies have dominion o; taw teas, and shut up hit fleets, which he baa been so long and at such im- cost creating, within his own Even thejagle, the autocrat of birds, is helpless, when his wings are clipped. His immense magazines ttnpeadonx An i harbwai aMajint jsajc aaawaiaw; mi How Isaac Gave Michael the Slip. Isaac McMsnus, Esq., the talented post und letter writer of Metamora, having violated the laws of the land, by selling lottery tickets, our vigilent sheriff was commanded to take his body, and have him, the said Isaac, before His Honor, Judge Reid, st the next sitting of the Court of Common Pless. One cold day, not long after tbe issuing of the writs aforesaid, Isaae of his own free will snd accord, came to Brookrille in s sleigh, as upper ten gentlemen were won't to do about that time. This seemed to afford Michael a suitable opportunity to serve the writs, three in number, and make a little spec, by way of constructive milage. Accordingly, he atepped up to his friend Isaac, and informed him, as politely as possible, that he had three warrants for his srrest, on three warrants for bit arrest, on three sep artae charges, and he would be glad for him to fi the matter up, and save further trouble. "Why, yes," said Isaac, "if I were at home, I could ar range it in a minute. Mr. Banes has promised to see me out of any difficul ty that may arise from the sale of tickets. If you will just jump in my sleigh, Mike, and go with me to Met amora, I'll make it all right, or, if you prefer, I'll bring Mr. Banes down here to-morrow. I don't like to ask any of my friends here to go bail for me Banes hat promised to." "Well well," said Mike, looking at the chil ly nor' wester "just bring Buys down, and that'll do." And Isaac left, for home, where he soon put things to rights for a hasty sleigh ride to the railroad, promising to sleep the nex. night in Illinois' where the Banes was who had promised to lcndbim aid in the timet of troubles, having, more prudently than Isaac, foreseen the evil and hid yourself. The next day the sheriff waited some what patiently for the voluntary re turn of his bird, but he came not. Fearing, at last, that Isaac might have forgotten his promise, he braved the wintry wind, and sought the city of Metamora, but alat! alatlt the bird had fled and the sheriff it compelled to make return of bit writ, Non come atibus, gone to Illinoisibus. A requi sition upon the governor of Illinois is the only alternative, both for Mr. Mc Manus and Mr. Jenks Banet. 1 Congressional. Nothing has yet been done in Con grew, of importance, except the pay ment of eight dollars a day to the members. In the Senate, the excess of patriotism that threatened to bring on a war with England has been ex hausted, and there will be no war. In the House, the great question of the seshiou is under debate, and will be for mouths the admission of Reeder. He will not be admitted, we think It will be seen that an Important amendment to the naturalization laws is proposed. That they need an amendment,, no seneiblo man doubts, and that most of the provisions of this bill are wise, is unquestionable. We do not like the length of timo propos ed. Five years suits ut well euough, with the other safeguards that are pro posed. But we are opposed to aliens holding office or voting. VO r ifalawm, 4 UkL esse tV V It i I o u . -safe "Sam" and Jefferson. If the great Jefferson had lived un til these dsys, be would have been on good terms with our young friend, "Sam." In 1797, Jefferson drew up a petition for the citisens of Alber marle, Amherst, Flo vans, and Gooch land counties, Virginia, which is found among his writings, and published by the Baltimore Sun. It appears that Jefferson thought that non but Amer icans should be placed on Juries. He says: "And your petitioners further sub mit to the wisdom of the two Houses of Assembly, whether the safety of the citiiens of this Commonwealth, in their persons, their property, their laws and government, does not require that capacity to act in tbe important office of a juror, grand or petty, civil or criminal, should be restrained in fu ture to the citizens of the United States, or such at wero cit;zens at the dtaeof the treaty of peace which clos ed our revolutionary war, and whether ignorance of ourHawa and natural par tiality to tbe countries of their birth, are not reasonable causes for declar ing this tobe of the rights incommu nicable in future to our adopted citi zens " Jefferson was more of a K. N. than we are. We ask only that the Condi tion be so changed that none but citi sens, whether native er adopted, may be our Judges or jurors. We aie op posed to being tried by a Judge and jury who are citizens of other countries. been destroyed by a small naval forte of the Allies, while he haa a large and useless fleet at Nieolaieff in the Black Sea, and another at Cronatadt. Even the collecting of his troops and conscripts st home is attended with great expense, and is a slow operation for want of railways and canals, to create which facilities requires the en terprise of freemen under the securi ties of free and responsible govern ment. Russia has an immense popu lation, but it is sparsely distributed 'over a great space of country, a large proportion of which is yet uncultivat ed, and leviee for the armies being for cibly drawn from the term, the lend proprietors, deprived of their labour ers, find it JiflicuTt to pay war taxes, bat daro not remonstrate. Tbe scar city of money haa compelled the Caur ts issue an immense amount of astig nats. and make them a legal tender under heavy penalties for refusal. But as he cannot create eustfidenoe in this of the Sultan's tnbjects to Ruttia, with s right to appeal to that foreign power for the redress of any grievance, real or imaginary, which would have given the Czar absolute sovereignty over Europe in Turkey. The demand was rejected, snd Caar proceeded to recall his minister, to destroy the Tur kish fleet, and to invsde the Danubian provinces, snd essay to cross the Bal kan. Mountains, on his way to Con stantinople, to "administer to the sick man's estate;" and all this with out any formal declaration of war; and all this was suffered by France and England before they offered any resis itnce. To offer such resistance at last was evidently a political necessity. Russia, in possession of Constantino ple and tbe past of the Dardanelles, would have soon commanded tbe Med iterranean Sea, and at ill sooner have brought into her interests the powers bordering on Turkey, and controlled the destinies of the European conti- The Nomination of Fillmore. The Albany Register, an able and leading American journal, speaks as follows of tbe Philadelphia nomina tion: . ijrtja am as. J .'..I By thit nomination we have not only been harnessed as a party into the service f a faction, bat we have been committed to the propagsndism of slavery. We have got to fight the battles of slavery for embodied in the candidate, is whatever of the Pro slavery sentiment there it of the North. He it committed to it by hit antece- denti, by that great leading feature of his Administration. We have got to fight for the Fugitive Blare Law. We have got to sustain the abrogation of the Missouri Compromise, and the Kansas and Nebraska bill. 'We are compelled to stand in defence of Squat ter Sovereignty, and uphold the long catalogue of wrong and outrage which have followed the breakingjdown of the barriers against the extension of hu man tlavery. We have got to stand, from the beginning to the end of the campaign, tide by tide with tlavery Propanandism; for we tell the Amer ican people that it was that power, and that alone, which placed the nom inee of the American Convention in his present position. It was because it saw in the man himself, and in his antecedents, a platform which answer edits purpose, that it gave him its support. The Columbus (O.) Fact says: But though the Know Nothing can didate is pretty certain to be defeated in the Presidential race, it may be that the object aimed at by those who did the engineering at Philadelphia, will be attained. That object evidently was to prevent the Presidential chair, which the present incumbent will va cate a year hence, from being filled by a man representing the North ern sentiment, in favor of none but new Free States, and of de cided hostility to the extension of sla very. Mr. Fillmore, by submitting himself to bo a candidate, will be used as a tool for effecting this very lauda ble purpose. He will die a political martyr, for the take of consoldating and giving efficacy to the Slavo Pow er. It may suit his taste, but most Northern men, we apprehend, would like to be excused from such a destiny. One Electoral Ticket. From the touo of our exchanges we infer that the demand for a union of the opponents of Slavery Extension and Ali en suffrage it imperious, and will be granted. Tbe only question of discussion it the bett method. We are not wedded to any plan, all we ask of our brethren who ditcuts thit subjeet is to do it ia tbe spirit of con- ciiiauon ana aiauaese. " e uuucyo ; ounuay morning the bett way, in the North, h at we suggested last week, every State select its own candidate for President, and the Electors of the several States choose the best man. The fact that the Electors are to vote at their re spective capitolt, and teal up and send their ballots to Washington, presents no real difficulty. There is time enough after the election for the Elec tors of the several States to meet in Convention and agree upon their can didate, and then meet in their respect J.J. Kennedy has moved from Metamora to Kew Treaton. 9Whoan'ten us where H. G. vVeibling, formerly of Connertville, can be found? tar Our farmers hsve not begun to plant yet. They think of waiting fPHtUsff St f fftftftaW JReV-Amos Sparks has moved from Fulton county to Westport, Decatur county. Too aguish out in Fulton. JCaTJewelD. Brohls term of ser vice in the United Statt Senate ex pire! March 4, 1867. X3T The dwelling house of C. V. Clarksoa, was told last Saturday, at auction, to T. A. Goodwin, for 1,460. Hkookville Makkkts. Wheat is selling at 1:00, com at 26, and oats at 20. Butter 20. Cold A i a in. Last Monday morn ing, March 10th. the thermometer was 2 degrees below zero, in Brookville. Jt-grlf somebody who makes good butter, would rather have tho cath for it than goods, let him bring it to this office. JC-eT 'orn is 25 cents per bthel now. During the existence of the Prohibitory Law it was from 86 to 76 oent. JflTTbe comfortable little cottnge now occupied by the editor of this ps per, is for sale cheap. If not sold in two wecke, it will be fur rent. -e"J'he Dubuque (Iowa) Trihm.e says that five hundred good mechan ics will be wanted in that city the' com ing season. Jgartieverai small breaks have ta ken place in the canal, all of which are repaired, or will be, by ths time the ice is out. Cincinnati Markets. Late news from Europe baa caused flour to go up in the citv to S6. Wheat 1,16. Clo ver seed is selling at 8,26. y Judge Gordon, of Wabash coun ty Court of Common Pleas, has de termined to execute Lie prohibitory liquor law, so far as lies within his power. JSrWe learn that an interesting re vival is in progress in SheibyviUe, un der the pastoral labors of Rev. W. V. Snider. About 40 have joined the church. W Thanks to Will Curaback for a copy of the Congressional Directory. Olsd, Will, to see you in "No. 17. " Poor Holloway ! He deserves a bet ter seat than No. 196. JEeTHobert Bos), s highly esteem ed and exemplary citizen of Cincinna ti, the father of William Boal, near New Trenton died ia Cincinnati, last ÄWc find u paragraph in circula We Second that Motion I on in which it is elinn:itf A that the i Geo. W. Julian th wirtnth.nipca. cii rjjy cost the 1 Mited Suites six mil-1 the soul, and almost the entire body lions of doilars per year; the criminals ; of run-mad Abolitionism, in Indiana, twelve millions: the dogs ten millions, Judijc Enoch McCarty, in a recent visit to his old friend and as. sociate. Dr. Ferris, of Lawrcnoeburg. bLy ftnolher an ,,v li. ! ... j . A the excitement oft ma uim riuu un a rauroau, nisi Thursday. X-iTTlic Free State men of Kansas were to put the machinery of their government into operation on the 4th intt. No newt from Kansas since the 4tb. Bloody times were expected. T. Montague fc Sons, of Mota- ami the luw'vwrs thirty-five million" w ST JtiTHon. S. P. Chase declines tbe banquet tendered him by the citisens of Cincinnati, aileging the want of time, and assuring his friends that he did not attribute the treatment which he received st the banquet on the 22d to any want of respect. Bainoas. We call attention to the sensible remarks of Geo. Holland, Esq., on the suhjeet of Bridges. Ottr Commissioners are proposing to do a good work, and we hope that every tax payer will cheer them in it. Bridges are neodod, and in no way can they be built as appropriately or by the coun ty. We hope the Commissioners will proceed, whatever demagogues or stingy men may say. J9rThe Washington correspondent of the New York Commercial adver tiser says he has information which renders it almobl certain that the late Nicaragua decree, unoexiug the Mosquito territory shall Imi attemp ted to be executed, the Commanders of the British vessels of war of the West India station will interfere to preveut it. AMiiaoTvi5o. Dr. Datum ha Qualified himself for catching the pic tures of good looking people according tu the latest style, called Ambrotyping, winch is said to be, in every respect, superior to the old fashion. He will be found in his "Car," west i-nd of the Market House, for some four or five weeks, then he will start his Car to accommodate other people. Alien Ornca Holders. The old line party is fully committed to that phrase in the constitution which allows aliens, owing allegiance to the Pope or the Sultan, to hold office of Judge, or Clerk, or Justice of the Peace nay office even Supreme Judge exoept tbe few that have spe cific qualifications, ueh as Governor, Legislators, dec. Extba Allowance. The Commis sioners at their meeting, last week, made an extra allowance to Mr. Z. llecd, the contractor on the stone work of the Court House. After the time of the contract, the labor and materials that appertained to thai part of the building advanced, in price nearly 100 percent. The allowance will not more than cover his loss, if it will do that. The allowance is 1 1,600. jC--C.ov. Ch aise, of Ohio, has made a requisition on the Gov. of Kentucky for the negro woman who killed her child in Cincinnati. Bat on reaching Kentucky, it was found that she had becu sent south, with her child, to be sold. The steamboat on which she was shipped, was run into d sunk. During the occasion, she throw her child overboard, and it was drowned Cincinnati Advkutisihs. We call the attention of our business men to the advertisements of business men in Cincinali, that appear iu this week's paper. It needs no words of ours to assure observing men that those who has written a letter to the Columbus Independent his organ of which the fol lowing is a part. The 26th of April is suggested as the day for the Con vention of the Julian Party: "In conclusion, what of Indiana Politiott If wc fall into line with the movement inaugurated at Pitts burg, should we not at once call a State Convention for the organization of a State Republican party, on the simple issue of slavery? We have al ready a "People's Party," organised in 1864, rtnd controlled then and ever since by he Know Nothings. This party is a mongrel composed of Know Nothings, temperance men, and Ann- Nebraska men, standing on their re spective planks; but nil under Know Nothing leadership. Those who fa vor a fusion of these odds and ends, and desire office thereby, should set accordingly; bat I trust the Republi cans of the State, who mean to be rep resented at I'htladclphia, andatandon tho one issue of slavery, will at oooe ro.:eed to organise, form their State Ticket, appoint Electors, and also their delegates to the Philadelphia Convention. Curlainly tbe fusion Convention of May next it not Repub- ican and not authorized to act for Re publicans. Those who have called it are generally Know Nothings, who disown both the namo Republican, ami tbe principles it represents." rC 1 Respectfully, GEO. W.JULIAN. WY are delighted with this proposi tion. We second the call for that Convention, on the 26th of Aptil, and earnestly urge all the Julianitos in Indiana to uttend. Let it be a Mass Meeting! We think that at least two will be there probably six. Hon. G. W. Julian can act as President, and the editor of the Independent as See etecy, aud the two can be a commit tee on business, dec. Let them nomi nate a full ticket, if thev can find IS men of enough senso, in tho State, to put on their ticket. It will be a son- summation devoutly to be wished, to get rid of Julian, whose officiousneas at Pittsburg, did more to bring the well meant labors of honest men into disrepute, than all the Pro-slavery men in the land can do. True to hi s long cherished purpose, to ruin whatever he cannot rule, Mr. Julian is bent on a division of the an ti-slavery sentiment in Indiana. His frequent attacks as dictating editor of th- iefersoniaa, upon the best and tru est Opponents of the Nebraska iniqui ty, is indubitable evidence that he would prefer the continued sway of the Pro-slavery party, to any change short of a direct war on slavery according to the most ultra school. Again we say let that Convention come o(T. Pats it around, brethren of i'h iri ; press. Urge every Julianite la the tütnte to go. in short, we an nounce that the Convention is called, ex cathedra. Now let us see who is on Julian's side, and who are for the people. Tall Talking, i Ass specimen of JohnBnU's way of brsgging, we give the following from a late number of the London IWtet. "To sweep her commerce Cromttbe teat, to destroy her navy, to ravage her seaboard, would be feats neither difficult nor dangerous to a Power with such forces at "Great Britain now poe tesses, bat little would be tbe honor and heavy the loss of this suicidal tri aaaph." fcTafl a OV01 Well John, we remember something about the way you destroyed oar navy in 1812. You might do the same again. Did you ever hear of Commo dore Perry ? We have a host of such Commodores left. As to ravsging our sea-board, you might again ac quire the honor of burning Washing ton, Indian-like, but the glory would be no greater than you received from jour naval vfot ries. John evidently does not want to fight, but if he mutt he expectt to box Jonathan's ears ea sily Her more from tbe Timet'. "Vet what ean we do, and bow avert that which this extraordinary nation, or those who have at leset the legal right to speak in its name, seem to be determined to bring upon us ? Were tbe wbolo attention of tbe whoh public mind of America bent upon the question, we might hope for a satisfaction and rcconstliatioo; bat what is to be done with a nation which is drifting heedlessly into war with a people posseMing a splendid army and tbe finest navy in tbe world, while it possesses, in truth neither one nor tbe other ? A few thousand soldiers test tered over sn immense continent, and vessels carrying in all about five hun dred guns, are literally all the resour ces with which the United States eon front the enormous fleet and well-train ed armies of England, about u be set at UDeriy oy iue impending peace wua Russia. &' "', t If we weie tfce aggressors if, ta king advantage of the enormous dis parity of our forest, we had been mean and base enough ta force a qnar- rel on an unoffending neighbor, no words would have been sufficiently vigorous to reprobate our conduct; but what is to be said when a rower ut terly helplest in military and naval resources insists on fixing us with a qusrrcl which we hsve as Tittle power to avoid as it has adequately to carry out. We find, indeed, in America, an Ex ecutive Governments which it ready enough to exchange defiance v ith us, but that Government is on tbe very eve of dissolution, and is welt known to be using a quarrel with Great Brit ain as a meant of courting popularity for the coming elections. TO THE PEOPLE OF Franklin County. f HE CROKVtiOarD PROPOSES TO PL'S L Dlh uilloWerrr,ee-rlU M.p of CsSMy, es Ut dUp of Um Unm Ctmmu , . CoBof, WrisW!,,,. MS Hi 1. Sv. Ami! tor'tOmwriftlCoin Hmm Sf.JOTM. It wtU wow at om Tie Um mm of en fiihil In Um county ovntac mm, Um CSsBi MM- Cu ll, Churctaea, tckoo TBmmb, MtU . Tfcto tUm will ut ltilael to every rMtSMV, m4 BMjS HUI w li a, to m4 asf irt vtttu Um Cm ty. Sabacrlpiioaa are caraMtty aatlatteS, m4 m mm as a aaSleMat r.ob r shall Mbaanaa, Um work wtllM eonasaMaS m4 praaraMS wSS rttsr. I can ta foand aiUje VaJWr Hobm. aroot Ilia, and will b pleaaod to f urnh all tafiiaj tton. 1 hop all aay old rrtaada, ordayi loaf MSi, will aoltcit aud sand ma aabsertbera. I ha pafea will b Flva Uollara.oa delivtry. UabaaripilM IwW will M MM at all Um Krwwa puWle ptaaaa. march u JANES aOBUt. D.A. BRADLEY, hl'CCRKSOK lO Wbvlaaalaand Ktta!! 8 A VlRO Jail rwtarsed fmm Um Kan witti a . lam aad arte J eta of Saw WMi MS hJawairyt CoapMatof aa aaaofWaiiet of awairyt Coaapftatafi SBW A SI) REACT! FUL STYLES! which I will offer U lb old Mjatuwera of Um tale ! at Mflafactory orteev. Call aataao at N . W . Corner Fourth 4 Nain,C Mar 14 ,ClMtaDaU,W. WM. R. PADDOCK k CO., EXCHASS.K Sai0 at!. roRSEk Of TlMKO AM W.U. RUT ST BIS CUCXIIATX, 0. mar 1 ly HATS AND CAPS. runt, m ixes. VE latroduead aar; Hprla Style af Hais, with M reral ner and MaaUfol fly Ma of Oapa, SR Tho );, February lei. Wi have no hoaUatloti In aaylnf thai wa baea iirounCi.it a Mat cb cannot Im- ion SKAOTY OP KKKiU.I. Rl.atOARCC oJ ami the aort.eaey laeaaer I wbltb t Ste Iba 1 huht norm, Ro. DS Main St. , Waat Ida, t Soor balao fa, Clnolanall, O. mar U Ij SEALS!-AND PRESSES!! It Vane' F. t c vee'a ft Lever.... .St CJKALR OF FIFTY LETTERS OB LESS WITB I? Mall -a Paraaaaina Koala ot SO LeUera or laaa wHh B calf ' " 4( .... m Davlaaa extra, fross Si u Rotary Public Mala la FereuaaMn. S4 1 Lo ver, as. Prosaaa from fit to Btt. M i lätraai C. F. HALL. eiaCerooeae:- Saal Euere a, Bsaloea tuet V 14 Weal Fourth atmot of CtoataMtl. ) Cincinnati. O. JOT. A. Goodwin will act aa aceat at Brook vll'efor ihaaeNciila tnd Freaaaa, ofwboai they CM boobialMd at the ManufaaUircr'a prtret . march 14 Cuurt and Corporation Santa, wit hanro karat i ernea irosa aji to asja. Duplicate matu r'lor Um baaie Wrlio paste lad yoar l a and J w. ttt ! ive oapitols, and vote for the person the Rubottom store-house, where they thus agreed upou. mora, have moved their goods into are weu prepnred to servo the public, are willing und nnxious to lei that fact paper money, these who hsve coin corfWnent; and then farewell to all hope of cesl it, or transfer it for security to liberalism, either intrehgion or politics. 'io provent this, France and'England made common cause with Turkey; and if any war ever; was juttifisble, tbe allies stand justified before the whole world. Though we have not the details of tbe Untie, yet we are sanguine in the be lief that the oka no result of thit war will be th opening of a wide door for a free circulation of the Bible throughout Huieim, The mere questions of pro tectorates and occupancy are very in eorrespoadenta abroad. Thus this shift of the government ultimately in creases instead of re herhrg its financial embarrassments. If is possible therefore that the ne ce 8s i list, "not the peseefnl desires of the Kmperor, bare occasioned his ac ofptaaoe of the Austrian propositions, awd that he will not cv sue than by di plomacy. Hi o aoabt be will endea von r tq get for them as favourable an inter jyrrtaflon at he can, and may cajculate Map of Franklin County It will be seen by Cspt. Nobis 's card, that he is engaged in getting up a msp of Frsnklia county. ' I hero are a thousand people who can well afford the five dollars for that pur pose. It should bo in every houte whose inmates mske pretentions to in telligence about homo matters. Some would prefer a map of Kuttia or Sibe ria, but men of practical common-sense would wish to be potted in boms mat ten firtt. Glad to ses ir. The citizens of Covington hsvo actually fined tome of the mob who assaulted the Gazette Reporter. We sre glad to record thit fact. i . 1. Ksfsmsb or Rbturriro a Slavs. We have received from a reliable source the following facts: During the late slave case trials in this city for hundred persons were sworn in as special or Deputy Marthalls, to each of whom a certificate hat been issued, for twenty-eight days' service at two dollars s dsy, which mskes in the ag gregate twenty-two thousand and four hundred dollars. We have further learned that these certificates of ser vice have been purchased at sixteen dollars discount on each, which gives the snug sum of six thousand four hundred dollars, which goes into somebody's pocket: These statements are made in good authority. What sayt the Enowtrrr in regard to them? Cin. Gazette. In reply to the above, the Enquirer) ssyt that a large force was kept, but not 400, that it cost tbe United States less than $10,000 but that this force was necessary to keep the abolitionists from stealing the negroes. Admitting I the Enquirer's figures, which are known to be too low, and wc dare him to publish the items but admit ting his own account, is not the law odious in tbe extreme that anddles such an expense as that on the public treasury? We believe that the entire expense not is lest than 825,000. Donalton't Platform. On receiving the nomination of the N. N. Convention for Vice President Mr. Donaldson said: "I lack words to express my thanks for the vote with which you have hon ored me. I have not sought it. and I shall not decline it, although during Mr. r 1 1 1 ttt-m n admtniHtrution he did not sgree with us, yet he ssid we ought to be more Americanised. I have mauy letters from him, and they all breathe the warmest attachment to the constitution and th Union. I live' at the South, and 1 am owner of more than an hundred slaves, and 1 like the institution as warmly as any man. win us nappy io meet una wait upon ; knoWrl through the papers. From their old and new customers and pat- a gUght personal acquaintance vita B0,,i I these men, wc can speak favorably of lue Jocona, is very much them as gentlemen. 03s In noticing the card of T. B. Harm, last week, we suid that he did party which is composed of the old not soiicit tlic patronage of druggists. displeased because tbe psoflk, have resolved to combine against the Fusion Whigs and old Democrats that love whisky, slavery i.nd the catholics, John is really mad about it. Popular Sovsrkiortt. Tho En quirer says it it untrue that the bogus (yet legal according to President Pierce) legislature of Kansas appoint- We should have said that while he was ready to accommodate them, he was particularly solicitous for ihn pat ronage of physicians, as he is to well prepared to accommodate thtm. Of course druggists who wish to supply their customers with good nnd pure Potion Troubles. There is quito a fluttering among the Fusion politicians since the Phila delphia nominations. Each wing of the party it in deep consternation.- In Indiana there is to be diversity of sentiment, which we think will be ir reconcilable. Sentinel. Bro. Larrabee, do you remember that passage of Scripturo which faith: "The hope of the wicked .-hall per ish?" Your hope, in thit caae, it doomed to perish. There it no "di versity of sentiment," but all agree, aa one man, to beat Old Lineism. j uro KXrr. . e a a JACOB ERNST, tJHOLfeVSALK & RETAIL BOOK SELL, VI stationer, Printer a nü Blank Soak Manufac turer. Ro. 112 Mala Rlreet, Cincinnati, keep con stantly on hand a fall and complete aeeortaavnt of Blank Book a, MeraoraudaSBa, c, of bia own manufacture. Merebanta, Bask era. CTarka ot County t'.otiru. Ac. will Sad aar Blank Books, ot a eapertor quality. Particular alien lion paid to tbe maaalacture of Blaak Uooae, ruled an: bonad Io aa; pattern, with printed head wbea re quired . TTpOur Una Blank Book are paed. Alio, a fnll and complete aaeorlmeal of M c i laneoaa and Kcboqi Booki, attatlonerr, äc. For cUaaar are rcinect'u 1U invltad t f Ira aa a amtl our Urni and our prion favorable. Ciuei: aau, March 14. MM. UCEiPTS 119 EXFEI BJTÖBES TBI 1 1 HECTORS af tba Aaylura f Üie Poor, of ti e CoonUoa of Franklin. Vajotle.and ta- Six Weeks, Sleigh-riding ia March. Then has been seen already this tl ' - . 1 . 1 - I & . l J - . I ... , . . n ' opnng, wiiai nun ueeu out ociuoiu ii ion, report oi tue nr moi ana kfpoMKaroa on ... .... , ... ,' . 1 Soooont ofeald Aetlura.tO tbe Board of t omnia cvi-r seen Dtiüre, in uns laiuuue aix aionera or Franklin -. r li MajaS Ti Weeks, sleigh-riding in March. Wa put the fact on record, not only for the benefit of our distant readers, but that posterity may know what kind of Wfolhi r wo hurl in March lflßfi. It was lilias Weeks, hit wife and four ehlkaWsav. aa-f Expenditure! Inelodlnr t'ra an- erlattndance die, from theWRl tar of Too Bt per ebriarr. ISM. until tba SSrti dar of Fahruar. lttku. la. Tba Kecaluta darhag Uta ar taaald Tern la rvM. Slarritb. On the 2nd intt,, by Rev. Willism B. Brun r, LbTBB H. Hai.htkau, to Miss Elizabeth M. Jubbb, daughter of E. B. Jones, Esq. firs. Kxroeeof HipinHtar. ..... . TJmw Mm.... m. ... 0 An M on taeOtOidoT of February, ISM aYtWOpara Tba numbar broosM toiba ejli m eine the SOCh day or Februar, 1HS4, up to tbla data, ta 7 11 The number of I'tuper dttajilaaad da. iitfil ot aaid Aaylum du inf the rear I 8 " TSO whole number o(Fhara remain n( at Iba Aaylum on tbeKib of Febru ary, ISM at S4 or which taat number tbera aea BtSaaloe. And of wblrb thuru ta Stfe'K'la Thrc,li(rmUiaroumy of Prank lln psoper et a, M .. 1. ,t Kavat'e 17 m u m . .... UbJos...! " Total M Tbe (ol lowing la a etaltsUral aeeuuul of tba pro eaada of tbe farm in-loning t the aald Aaylooi of Uta Poor. tu'Wll: M)7 built (e ol Uhvat eat'.aiaUd at nnd ed sheriffs kc., for six years it was i medicines, will prefer to deal with Dr. only for two years ! 2TA writer in the Ohio Farmer adviset the farmers not to cut down Harris. He has a larire stock. sells at wholesale. Another Doctor. King D. Wi- their peach trees, until they are sure nans laid in a stock of pills last Sutnr- they are dead; and then cut away the ' day, amounting at SI 00,00, to the no little consternation of some of the one-horse doctors that bnve hitherto done the physicing in these parts. It is surmised that he intends them for purging the church. It needs it bad body c ose to the ground and cover the stump with a sod, aud wait to see if the roots will not send up sprouts. et-rTThc County Commissioners have given to John Lim pm the con tract for raising and repairing the j nough. in oino cornere, where tobuc co che wen, sit. They are hultui -coat ed pills, and said to be not bad to take. Our imp suggests, that if adminis tering the pills to the church will not answer, it would be a good idea to furnish certain cud-chewers a box of i nil 1m in knnw 11L dtirinc dtcinr. m rvice. State Constitution are Dr. Ferris, of ft. . .1 - u TV.-.V.. m nu r I the sexton setting the example. White Bridge, for $1600. Tho bridge is to be raised three feet, and the weatherboarding repaired, and the embankments to be raised. Scbvivobs. The only survivors oi the Statesmen who drafted our first Lit CT CRM OR MaTRIMONT. Hex H. Gillmore has contented to deliver two lectures on Mstrimony, Fridsy ond Saturday evenings of next week. We don't much expect that hard old bach elor of Fairfield township, nor that harder one of Springfield township to attend. They are afraid to come to the light, lest their neglect of duty be I rloded, doing no harm Dearborn; Wm. Graham, of Jackson; Robert Hannah, of Marion; Judge Scott, of Scott, nnd Knoch McCarty, of Franklin. Jt-rFThe Committee on the purchase of Fair Grounds met last Friday and examined several propositions, but for wuut of definite information iu regard to the points in view, they adjourned to moot on the 22d intt., when they will probably buy. jarThose new subscribers who failed to receive our paper lsst week, are informed that the edition was exhausted before their 1. antes were re ceived. Wc put on an additional number this week enough to supply all demands, Pxacb ! Piaxjb ! ! The prospect of peace in Europe is still flattering, and the gsacloud that threatened a wsr between us and England has ex- We believe reproved. Everybody else ia invited. Tiokets, 16ceuts per night, or 26 cents for the two nights. The lectures will bo at the College. there is no prospect of any war but a war of harmless words. We sre not so sanguine ss some as to the pesoe in Europe. - D. D. Sloan, Esq., of the Bates House, Indianapolis, has taken in Mr. Whitney, "the fat boy." for merly of the Nell House, Columbus, and more recently of express nnd rail road fame, in the management ot the House. The Bates has nlways been a first class institution, nnd under the management of Messrs. Whitney k Sloan, it will be sure to be a model caravaosaree for "the traveling pub lic.'' Sloan, as every body knows, or miyht know, if he would call on him, did not need Whitney, to add to the comfort of his guests, but in sooth, hu had partakeu of his own good liv ing so much that he had got so fat that he needed assistance. The Advocate at Cincinnati excused and justified the destruction of the ballot boxet, and the riots in that city. Sentinel. 0, Bro. Larrabee, you are so for getful ! The readers of the Advocate, in these parts, ie mem bei wry distinct y that no paper spoke in strouger terms of condemnation. Proceedings of the Massachusetts K N. Council. The State Council of Massachusetts held a long session on the 5th inst., and finally adopted a resolution, pledg ing the American party of Massachu- setts to the Springheld platform, and refusedo adopt the Philadelphia nom inees until assured that they heartily endorse American principles, and will vindicate the just rightB of the free men of the North. The resolution passed by a lm majority. Mbsamora, March 10th, 1856. Ma. Editob: Sir: On last Friday evening we had quite an interesting time in ou: town. Friday being the last day of the first term of Dr. 0. F. Fitch's school in this place, and ar rangements having been made for an Exhibition, in which all the scholars oi the school that could be induced to do so were to participate, gave an interest to tbe occasion not commonly felt, amoug the parents of the scholars of the school. Accordingly, about six o'clock, the people began to assemble, in the Hal) over the store room recently occupied by Mr. T. Montague, and, by dark, quite a large audience wero assem bled, numbering perhaps from four to six hundred persons. The exercises were opened by pray er, after which wo were entertained with a tune from the thrilling notes of the piano. The whole, we think, reflects much honor on Mr. Filch, who has labored faithfully, and, I think, efficiently, to inspire the hearta of O10 children with a noble ambition. Yours, H. We omit the no doubt just crit icisms of our correspondent on the sev eral performances out of regard to the writer. The war his "curlt" would ay 1 LlAa 'aiiia. be pulled would be a caution to crilict if wo were to publith hit letter entire. Ed. Licentet Issued to March 11th Steven Gould to Jerushn Head, i'hillip Anthony to Sarah Maaver. James O. V unborn to Elizabeth Pow er. V " James H. Sperling to Mary F. Power. John (i. Howell, M. D. 10 Margaret. Goudi. John Lough to Lucindu Fergeson. John W. Hiner to Hachel Tharstin. James W. yum to Martha Ann Bine. Samuel U. Schwartz to Mary E. Hays. On the. 27th ult.. in White Water Township, Franklin oounty Indiana, at the residence of her parents. Miss Catharine, daughter of Josiah and Catharine Lowet, in the 26th year of her age. The deceased, in early life, connected herself with the Presbyteri an Church of Mt. CarmeL having ev er since evinced a uniform and highly exemplary Christian deportment. Du ring her illness she found bei Saviour, whom she had served in her life, pre vious; and was so sustained by the promises, as to bear her tuJerinut without a murmur, and even cheerful ly to the last, leaving the world with an extensive circle of friendt to whom was endeared by her many amiable qualities, with but one regret, that she had not been moredevoted to him who had thus illumined her passage to the tomb, extracted from death its sting, and disrobed the grave of ita terrors. "Precious in tho sight of the Lord is the death of bis saints. J. G. On tbe 23d ult., in White Water Towaship, George Dixon, an aged cit izen of this county. On tbe 8th af March, Abel White, an aged citizen of Brookville town ship On the 19 th ult., Mary Francis, in fant daughter of Rev. G .W. Mellen- der. Thon art loat to earth forovar Paded In ll.y morning; prima. Gone where aad neglect can natrer Pall Hi) heart thro" future lime. Did of aarih thy baarl grow weary, Could It not Hi long In All, Wae the path of llfatoo draory. That so toon thy putae grew atlll ? Thou doat beam, In yon bright Haaras, Aas beant"oue burning alar, Thal flrai g.M U brow of Ten, A nd la pur ai angU arc. rta parbu M per bua. 1 J3O0 im Torn eat I mated, oAtt 17M: lle 1 'ork parked at 4c la par lb ti lone of IIa a St o.(m r I..;. . . It5 Iba Wim., mabulaot .red a ISO ett. .. tie Ou of Fotalowa atSS eU(wrba.. ratio bead of Cabbage at Acta pr head. . Garden, Cucumber, aud Bwau patihra eiMnated at 4 Uoevae arerage OUU Iba at iJW M Slock tioga ev.-rage US) Iba at 1 la 0 bead of young ( aula at 4, per bead Amount aold ot the Fares 1 bead Of Hog aUugt.t.-r-l before packing average 800 lb at i cU Teavi 70kad of Slock Hog on hand average I'M Iba at ecta deduct 77. . urn 371,00 BteV aus 73 OP "vjo SO .tt M ltt,tS! Ja4i aas aa.isj.T sass atrj,?e Total By Order or tbe Board. JOHN H. OUICK.A. B.C. march 14 3w Uto bbtrtistnunts. Faor. Wooso Hats Haa-rosa-mra. The teetlaao ny of all who have thoroughly Uatod the virtoei of tbla celebrated, article, la, that tl will real ore Uta gray, and the bald, eradicate dteeaeOe of Ike Scalp, preeerre Uie hair from falling, and pra- acrvo tbe color porfrctly to extreme old age It ta now put np both with aud wlihool eedlmeuta. Bos sdrartleamcnt. For iAleby D.V. JOflBftTO" . MfookVllla. rank, UNDERTAKER, f 'KKls ronatantly ou baud, Cottna of allege l aad I which he altnnd III -ii bnnd,. mar 14. ?e .alaiitly and a good ilearee fniicralaln town or cousin naviaa . Wl II.II II .Wl BS wm. a rat it. a, at. caanma.i- t. B.WTWSB. O.WINWt. FRENCH WYNNE k CO., Imporura and Wfcolaaale Dollar la NCV DRY ßOODS MAirrjTACTTIEEBS OfVoOLFJT H08I1BY. No. IU Foarl 8i.,betwwoa Vina At Bsc, mar Uly CtÜClBNATt. cj TERRIBLE DISCLOSURES!! ShCRETri BOB THB MILLION' A moot Wonderlnl ant Invaluable Publication. TK. HUNTEK-S MEDICAL M i SIT At.; IS an original and uiar ireaisjo on 1 ... .. . uiiu nopm; inoir riM alology, Kniicltoue anil dfV r-vauai l'iMiroera ui ev- cry kind, with nevor- tailing Hrnieutee tor we epeedjr care 01 all on- .!aas HKnryv aoae 01 a private ana ' ;777 '? nT0O delicate character, Inel- 'Wf f!H.V dent to the rt.Malioa of the Law 1 of Balure 1 or nature 'a uoa. PK1CB TWEIfTT-FIVE CB.T8. The Auther of the above . olume ta a gra-laata of ona of Iba trat medical acbooU In tba Lnlted Hlalaa, aad having devoted a quarter of a eoata ry to the atudy and treatment of P) phtlla and kln crod diaorJera aa a apeetaJity, he haa beroeao p . arraiof aaoel inrr'.uable infcrmatlou la regard to the nut aud la able l coBirrae into rade aae- diutn eompaaa tb vrj quiniraaeiara or medical ai U Tice on tbe moat enil erica la thoroughly de ta on at rated ia hleown blgta- lyeuccoeeful praotteo Si Ute trealan nt of eacret dtaeaaea In many tSonaandi of caaae In tba City af Philadelphia alnaa. The pracUoe of Ur. Kastor boa long been, aad etil 1 1 literary uuboonded, but at the car Beat ao llrlutto of numeroua paraona, he liaa boon Indu ed to extend Uta apha'a of hla profvatlotial uae fulneaatolo community at large, through the medium of hie -Medical Manual and Hand Soak for tbe Afflicted." Ilia a volume thalahoald be la the hand ot or ery family In the laad, whether need aa a preven tive of agcret vice, Or aa a gwtda Vr the allega tion of ona of Uta moat awfal aad deeUaetlvo aourcea vor vl.ited upon mankind for tba atoi ot enaualilyand itnpurlly of evarj kind. It laa volume llialhaa reel. ad the 1 ncomniendali..n of the Aral pO)at laud, while aaany clargyraen, fat he ihta Important aooVcl ; aa the raeull of mliieiit djyataaaoa In Europe and Am- pOUanibroplata a.ui bumanltortaaa, bara freely extended ita en. ulatiun I all cjoaiu-r. where Ita powerful leaehlnga would be likely to bo I tat ru mental In the moral putiflrailoa pnyairal Itealtng of mnltitiuee 01 our pi atnoug tba oung, volatll. and iudlcreet, Wlae Uie pride and fewer el the nation. Tba author arguee particularly, moal alroogt aarain.le.eri apeeieeoi au- perenla aad guardiaaa. ta k-uar.1 tbe ug of l oth . .neonate ret ef Uaeer tea a aea i or law a and .eaual imi.im ularila. w h. Iher exMkOkad O terma, to dopemeiil or arlalng Irani Uie vIUm a twwabju aaamolea ul tiietre h wlee. Bo Bene waa faawe bweei atrewaty aoamaraii to the "patha U.al take hold 00 ball." a t leaf awd eipllcltwty laebown by which Uve may eeeare a rate m of enurMlt.ee Ith. wd a I agomiiallaa wf ST, aottlfrom Itatarrtblo pollution. U ta well k uoe 11 that ibouaatiUe t-f Ttatla , Uv aiinualb aarrl liee-all; thOi Hie Uli om i.ee Mri. urea, m nunri war .ne. Vona Urlnllty. and Uie nmuernne rae'.adkee which rprimjd, reell) or leaa rrmnely frjm I be ladal ftaoo of carnal paloua at d anc'at vtotaltoew f Kater. in vir of theae facte, aad when It ta alto con .Iderwd that aooot lOO.SSt ajawa. die auOaoüt 10 m vutWd MAtoaoi t-Onaiuapili i.- Jortt) being the victim of lha volu of tüeir proTeullora, aj u,u eli) t,, ireo, even w. lw 1 be AuUaor. irabu lion teriptiiral enunctaillon. that eota art vtatled upon the eh third and fourth generali on. ad with aentlmenuof ontargad phiuutlbrepv, wui eoarcot) be c.n.ured lor aa etoatto real -mm Uie vloaa of Uie aoa, by the humble InaUuiueoulhy of hi Medleat Mbmii.i Oue coiiy, aecuroly envalnpad, ill he I ad froo of pou e wi any part of Uie OoAtaSl orUcwala. ord for $1. Ao.lr. aa, t...i i.nd ( Oh L a. CO., f'ubhaher, boa ig; .Vbiladeiuhla. Bookeallera.Canraaeer ajad BookSsenai aap piled 00 Urs ootl liberal term. 1 iy