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Letters from the Jar TT st. 7ftor, iVc.'f f js .-..., IrrurtUA, Appuonr Co., Iswm. .-w('iribr Icrfc, l-M t t.rriucc-i"go hsi 1 app woibj o iotin-.tiv desire ju the BiinJ of iot UbKkaet; aaa any information rrtji'i j i.jg th coyutry is rneialiy 10 eieiUng to; llisu. listing It starred asm! portion ot Um Great Wnt, 1 will ole vorto give vyr., i leasts a brief skeieh of 11 iu toy um lruifc 1 U 4ifui,'e. but ' 1 assure ou. "in 'un.lur I and fraakuaa. Tbi rMage at whi.h this letter U dated. 4 aioat si hundred Mil due wNi of Now j rbilals'pbia. but i these yon Ura iL JotinwY it tm t 'squirrel's jump." in com. i ri W lh by -gut days of mud agou jti-eani. iititeve ma, u only six-; tj hours rrow a dm 1 left Pt.ii ijti Tti. aptil 1 was eaMy'Ufided ai Keohuk. l-ir,fct t.n.l.i i ' i . r 1 1 ..i. . i! " i lb loud, eaat cornr ol the .11 ale, oil tiic -' waat bani of th Ussiaippi river. 1 linl isaticipaUHl it ui be. no ar of a place Mi an . a few ttewrted InJisu but, and halt Joicn anifl trading houfs (six or seven years aol would have iounn it so.) but now to iff surprise, it is a beautiful city of 'five thousttd iuliNbituais! lt'islhe great trad- hg point for oyiberfc iowa. ana i;s m ig jftilioot buildings, busy wholesale Iioue .' suid crowded' syeels, remind the weateiu " WaveUr jiat be is tut ytt beyond tlio b-.un-; dat )f Yankee entvrpnte. The growth ol - pk wjiolt Weft la fact, is truly uiioui .L ug. Aloajf . the lailroad fjom Chicago on Lnkr Miiuuisa, ut ows laiMiiu uu I lie lUlMaSlppi ' fiver, beaatitul furuis and thriving vtlacs ' coitmuatly uresent lheme'vi-s to view.-r' : jAd aince i bave peneirated iatit'ttt 'iural districi of oa; i lind ntturally a luost Jlihtfuj eojntry, (t mean sou heru Iowa) hold osit to the Wsatern viuiraut, ure uiuai v Certainly very great, aud pri .enl to tin; seek ' rx of a Western borne uoiiniJera'.ioiis well worthy bis serious rtfletition. In tlie tiisi flaew lie elitnata is temperaie, biing about ' siiM srt from Tuoantwa eounty. The tRlers. howerer.'I ru told are somewhat (uideir tbaa in Tuscarawas, oin0' to llie ' jpMral' leveluess of the country and the ' aeaucity of forests to check 'the sweep of iho wiada. But very iiul rain or snow falls ai i fral thing, during the winter, and the rwsait i that dusty roads ijre more commou 5 i baa noddy paes. All kiuds of stock en 4rlbV sold 'remaikably well, ' bt-f tuse Ol ! drrnesa, and luaay farmers inter their - eDek om nothing else than hay made of , wua prairie grass. Again, the soil of the eountry is remark fcbly good, aad beinu of a rich sandv loam reswinbling Tery much the soil of the best I uuin,i i,fi,. 1.... I 1. t: ..l...:. ' -.p HyNiu i.iiu, f ia pvcuitltl lil ted wiibstaud either wet or dry'aeasona ; ' ijh but little injury to the crops. Even the enters drouth of this season, which has ' urned moat of the green Gelds of the whole lJnioo into a deatb-like pallor, haa laid its hand I gntiy on ibis aeoijon of country . , 3 ne rope are but lightly injured. wss ( jmown one neia oi cprn irom wincU llie own er told me he expected to gather eiglUy Ive bnshels per acre. , olarsslcun learn, all kind of grain and . vegetnbles usually ' urown in Tuncitra vas, ean be produced a- Jwindautly here excepting peruapa wheat. ' . .The soil appears to be too sirong tor wheat, . yhe over-grown stalks fall dotvn, pd the , grains lack thai full pluir'p ajijiea'rHiioe which , . grsarally ebaraeleriaea wheat growo ;nTui eaxawae. Spring wheat, it is believed, yields bettei here tbaa that sown in the fall. . Mhwh,toriTaA.,etial.,,fiytjte oui'f dur- ; ng the wtnier. Maay Qhioans find fault with thisronn jtry beeaUMt they euppose there is a scarcity I limber. Thi opinion is always aiitict- v Bated by the older ci ixeiis here "a a mt- . iejr of eouree." Bui tbtwe who liav.t liy.d , fcre for many yeare, and at first entertain ; eJ the same tears, n w treat scarcity of tim- . )r M an exploded idea; and having ai first f.uiiwu wjnjM iiuitfer iniiu hh tlieir OUiV ; walvation, tbey are now very willing to sell i, Jhe mom at a moderate price, and buv prai , m whieU nawre baa already prepated for fbe plow, and from which thtV can receive - (T . T . L . T .1 , -. . mimn prout. oj ine way, i iiunK timtjor in , jeoaibetR Iowa more plenty than in any prai ' ftm fwontry I have j et seen; and if real b , jecliotistan be raited to o'her prairie conn trke, tbey etirely are not applicable to' this jsoaniy. ne prainea ueT!ar not gen , f!y so large as in' part of Illinois through f s;fa4eh I posted; for 1 have not seen one . aereaboute ! where a settler could pos-iblv , get aaore than three or four aiilcs away from s oo4 timber lapd. Besides the prairie be ug smaller than in Illinois, they are no- so ana wet, but have a gently rolling ap ?erane. For tkeae two reasons they strike tae as being superior. This eountry is also lse(l with an abundance 'of stone coal ol . gnnd quality. Nearly very citiaen eouid i have tbark his own (aim; so, yon see, flhara fan he no scarcity pf fuel for centun s to come. There through the country, bui ibe peop generally have to dig from twen- iy to nuy tet, when they have no trouble o find gowl water. Tlie idea that this part of the went is so - thraerejr fi-orn market, i made en irrecon ' iUble objection to tlie country by most ' phioan.' No one pretend to sa that the 4 grain Market is as tood here as it is farther .an, ana it wtrnia oe eonuciera extreme ; Mly fttr a farmer to think of gnving grain aiene. out n, wnen tne eastern rnrme 1 lands here, he will lay aside hi grain grow io iness, ana turn in aiteniion to raising 4ork. rwwiH ind a good marls: even on his I siwn far.' To ehange hie mole of farming I li i ha w do to snrmouitt this orijt-e 1 nr in the eountry; and by thj change he sjin it riniy -make "hit niployment more ' eaey and pVaaant. hut all exoeriearv prove thai farmera in a tock raising eonntry are re Mosserva than t -grein -growing lo ; e-'itie-s. ' ' ; , Thsne Is yet tome good land fob enter ; ed la thistsmntry (Appanoose,) and plenty ij, I am told, in tbe adjoining eouaiy west. Bnt it i being taken pf with fHouihing ; 'apUit, pwing partly', doubtle's. Ut the yro")! ef railroad from Ft. Uadis m Mis Misaiaslpi. weswaid through southern f osra the Missouri tivr. The rad wbl t i(W't etrtsinly be built within a few years. .The ngmerf era now locating ii fifns its ; alarUag point l thi plaee. ; v - : '"X te J k.fHfr w In)' 'eoiintrfV I .fcaey found it rensarably good, and am told is ' alway a,-. J'eyer and Ague, so eommon " )n n-w eouiastlei genrall;, is almoi a , Theppl sr SospiralUJ, geneially in ; tlj!geit, and of temperate and leligiiow ' iiabtip. &a& that perhap the tnijoriijr of , oaieu are tr.m Olita nti.l Indiana; hui the Stt ofltltnok. Miflhiean, Misonri, Ken . trtfky, Teant . and even "Old Virginia," ' 'have alt got dptttaunn here. ! ' ' . ' I lave thue give yot a eaun deaeiip. ; inn rf the njtptatanfe aad condition of ibis . f intyy; snd no doubt will think if ao'ja to Oftine. jjut l entertain no llittl a tisif t fontheTU won I'd 1 I eoi) vine evry casvtd man ttat wljat 1 Lave Urti J i a uhsuii"';!r crc,-t. ' I Vc?i rs'i'ictr.;;-. - t H. 'C. W. flf Vrt ft r 'liMltilit! .vvVaa VMHMRlK, CK. t.L- r'u. .1.;. . I 3 , AI,.- ' si. 1 .: ... j -2 7, ,v. V 4 S-. CADIS, OHIO WEDNESDAY KVtiMNU.. KJT 11 1M. L ..J... . .. Blahk Deeds W. . spie.i.X as,rt.,,tt uf Blank Doeu,j y 1 1 -- 1 'J eachera Instituio ' , The next session of the Union Institute of Teachers and Friends of EJucauon for ! Jefferson and Harrison Counties, will bei kw : r. is, r j t k heli in tadu, oommeccm? Monday, Qcto- ber Id. and ma nnii.1. ontinU . a , A--' vr a v ii i t l i . ! a.- c. tioicomo ou iieen eu gajed, and H. U. Barney, E-q , is expealec'. oy an arranLferaent wi!h Mr. . McUtxire, members will be conreved by the Ohio Stage Company at a reduction of fare. Arrangements foi boarding of members have been made on reasonable terms. Come one, come all. J. P. WOOD, 1 Comruittte J. B. CUMMINGSA of G. W. BURNS. . J Arrang'ts. Legion of Honor! The following gentlemen have paid their subscriptions to the Sentinel since Septem ber 27. 1854: ''. ;H. Endsley, Archer tp. 81,50 II. Lott, Short Creek tp. 1,50 J. Michael, Short Creek tp. ' 75 Isaac Spiker, Stock tp. 1,50 S. Moore, Moorefield tp. 1,50 Jas. McFadJen, (I) Ca.li tp. $.00 8 Hughs, Freeport tp. ' 1,00 Thank you gentlemen, thank you. The Eesult in Harrison county. Ud to eleven o'clock to-day (yedne day) the result in this eounty may be summed up thus: . :- t. . State tioket, about 500 majority for the fusion candidates. ' '" ' Bingham, for Congress, fusion, about 800 majority, : , - Turner, Probate Judge, fus'on, about 700 mtijority. Howies, Clerk, fusion, about 40 ruajor iiy.' ' Granfeli, Democrat, Auditor, about 800 majority. ' 1 " ' ' Fusion candidates for CommUsioner and Infirmary director elected by large major ities. Ve should judge that there were about BOOKinow Nothing votes polled in the 3onn ty, taking the returns ns a criterion to judge by. : .: Bingham Timer, Rowles and Cranfell were all ou the Know Nothing1 tickets, ,! i More ( about the election jn this i qbtinty hereaiier. ,.r, .'- -,,-.-?.':-.-;".. . JtarTlie report from Jefferson county is that Bingham's majority is about 800. . If this ia the caseStuan is defeated, i So .much' for a man repicstmting faithfully hi coq tituents. ' ' ' 1 "Graham's Magai'ine for October has ben on our table for several days, Like all of its predecessors itis an excellent num ber, i There is ito magaaine that we read with- moru pleasure. Terms, only S3 a year. Address, Geo. II. Graham, Phila delphia. ' . . Who wonft go to the Stata Fair! 1 See the advertisement of tjie StcubcnvilL and Indiana Railroad company in, another column. Passenger will bo taken from Cadix to- Newark and back for the small sum of $3,00. The road is in good order, and the offiuers are all accomodating. The air will be the largest ever held in the eoun- iry. Let nil go that con. i " Jt"Jnies M. Davis, a distinguished law yer of Carrollton, Ohio, died in that place a few days since. The Cost cf Crime in Ohio An excellent correspondent of the Ohio Journal of E lucation.' in speaking of this subject says; "The following statistics are from the report of the Attorney General of Ohio, for last year; Number cenvloted of murder in theseoond degree, 7; manslaugh ter, S3; rape, V, bigamy, 1; arson, 5; bur glary, 34; assault, whith intent tp' murder. fO; to ravish, f; to rob, 5; grand larceny (17 from Hamilton eounty), 43; counter f.itir.g, 17; horse tealing, 17; robbery, firgery, and otlter eiime, ,tS: total, 192, Of these criminals, seven were sentenced fqr J f, the others for limited periods; and the eosi of their -trial; (tonrietioni ert , o far as reported, was fH. 999,83, or more than 78 eaenj cut as Sf-vera) eounin.s did not report the eost, it in fair to suppose that the expenae sya not less tban 880 each, Nosr the aenol jtii Uie& tmdi'jr mf present eystsm, amount to $ ) ,50 for each youth, between five and twenty-one; an.t as three fourrbs of these youth or 00,000, attend school during oroe part of the. yenr, the turn expended for the tuiihjn.. of each is only f J,0Q.f S. tlat he cost olwtvwtwp tnese ejinjini wiuia nave wufnieled them iiio nmn aehiwls for forty years; t,f it would hay; paid or heir tuition and that of the twxt three generation of their sue eess (snaking' 800 in all), for nea yrea.. J! Wfr.0?"?!" Nfig- i iri.nee w d many ,f, the crime ,.; 'rnee and many oi .the crime cnaaifra.' t id i hi V',ng Sa,. we refer them to. the f.eu tiftedjM page IMofouf at um-be-, and o the tau?ie, pf., nearly all the penitenitarw pur , wi and other. on- tl (VS. ' " ' - - - 1 S i. ; jtsTWe nd MQEy very bad juat at .,m ,weft U ! vVw 'f ;wv pay. wijai- (imt am . Great Baby Show! j The tjreit baby show nhieli cme offal) Spr;r.j;!J, 0;:i j, ou i-t Thursday, tie Itb ' ia:., .s '.bus arnou:.i in a uk- -rat,b de - !P,tc bom that place: MTh Kationali Baby Show took place to-lay at this tlac. ' One hunJid and t feoty babies were en- j teieJ. The first prrmiuui, for the finest, baby, two yesrs o'.J and under, was a W- i set. valued at two hunJr.t ilullur- third. , ' " -T for the finest ehild uzirr vW two kaaJ ! dred dollars; fourth premium, a Parian mar i Ue group. - - r-- .- The first premium was awarded to Mrs. Konitmr, of Vienna, Ohio; the second to! Mrs. MrDowell, of Cincinnati; thetbiid to Mr. Aithur Jxnnoo, of Philadelphia; the I fourtb to Mrs. Usury Howe, Cincinnati kiob was read to Uu- edification of all con- Letlers were also received from Mrs. Saishemi, Mi'. Crittenden, Mrs. Mott, and Horace Grcelv. The latter thought much attention should be given to the tie- , , r.t t" ,., .- vtslopiuent of the human constitution in a r , ,, country where able bodied men sold for five hundred to fifteen bundled dollars.' Mrs, Mott thought black babies should be admit ted. Among the exhibitors was an old wo msn, who came with her seventeenth child. She claimed a premium on that ground 1 ANOTHER BANK BURST! I Whew! How they Go! The Cleveland Plaindealer of the 5lh inst., .says that "Jhe Erie and Kalamazoo Bank, at Adrian, Michigan, blew up yesterday, scattering rags and ruin around! It hs been blowing off steam for some time, but the outside presure becoming too great, ill collapsed all its Hues, yesterday, and "burst up." So says a Telegraph from Adi ian to one of our Bankers this morning. ' ' The periodical seasoj) for -.Bank explo sions haa returned, and is now in successful operation. Whig principles ate flyirg a bout in every direetion, and Fusion" fi nanciers are fluttering in great ipmmotion. Here is a list of "Fusion failureV! for the last twelve months. ' ' LOOK ATTIIK DISMAt REC0RI) Prttcbin'Bank, Buffalo.' ' , V ' Farmers' and Merchants' Bank, Oswego. Farmers' Bank of Canandaigua. ' Drovers' Bank, Ogdensburgb. Bank of Carthage. ! ! Frrmers' & Vferchants' Bank, Maryland. , Bank of Milford, Delaware. , t Washtenaw Bank Michigan. ' i -Erie and Kalamazoo Bank, Michigan ' Farmers' & Merchants' Bank, Teunesse. , Massillon Bank, Ohio.v ; . ... v, Ohio Savings Institute, Tiffin, -Cochitnate Bank, Boston. i . Bank of West Killingly, Connecticut. The fourteen Banks failed with over two millions circulation, which is now t being bought up at an average of les tlianf7 cenls on the foliar, making sn aggregate loss to the people of OVEft ONE MILLION OF DOLLAR , I , This tax the people W fl,r lh pritiilegee of- a paper currency a t'ngh year AM this what he people annu ally lose by cbnnterfeits and the amount be comes enormous. Oh, the beauties of the American Banking ; System! Kag ; Mills make Hag Barons Hoorah for the "Privi leged Orders" the American Scrip Nobil ity!' : "': " " V' "" ;'" ",:'; , . "Who rnh n of our ri;;!il. , And tell as it i their charter. ' Ths Right Spirit. The following' from, Ue Easton Argus, a Democralio paper ; of Maine, whiah v written a few day alter the late tnte dec tioa in that tato, breaths the true" spirit of Democracy. . With such democrats', battle ,ng in the name of democracy, without the ign of -faltering, the national democratic party ha nothing to fear. It may -meet with a local temporary 'defeat; but with im mutable principles of right' and justice ejp blaisoned upon their banner, it has pothing to fear in the final r. suit. It must be . re membered, that the democracy of M'airje, had ism to contend against. Here ishat the Argus says: .... ; , , , . i SVe wish our political principles and par ty had prevailed in the recent contest; but we had ratheryo down temporarily a hhAetn, than go up by any sacrifice of them. The democratic party has failed to elect its can didates, but it has preserved its identity, in j pnneiple,- and it self-respeot. Our confi dence, in the democratic cause was never greater than it is now. ' It will emerge soon from Its temporary obscuration in this state with more than it old brilliancy and strength, and will eclipse its ancient glories is the Union, by new and brighter victories which, ft is destined ,to gain in the f mure! The men who styod : by it on Monday will yet count that day as one of the proudest of their Jives; ant) when the ill-assorted con-" gregation wliLih l;as now succeeded shall have crumbled It peices, and the Iwuest voter who have been led into it shall have left it in i dhgnst,' the democratic 'party fe- main erect, and powerful,, and benclkiah as it has , been for so long a period, of time since it was originally organized.; j... i , JtiT A iispatch from Albany ta New loracny, aatea nepiemner Zthsays: Hit currently' rumored about' town fo-dajr that ttitTmeeting of the two' Demoeruio St'at Committers in.thi ity on sareisday, Thurs- day; -an .omtnof McoMiliatioBi jThe Hard ealjad their meeting I'l'sf, and the Soft immedjal fol',?ev'-Tlu fetaW into, j!on?iueru()it ine acl .that the Whiir Goventor of thi State of New hZ received tl,e Yldorsement of IreVirrade of Xj;i: "' ' ..u -i .i , - abolitionism down,, even to Joho ff,' jlale betide tho ifiohibitory Liquor law party, this union of he New. York Demoeraey is a eonsitmrQatibn dpVoutly" to b wjibj-d, f t'ni ted Democrajyis invincible. l'' Oo Saturday, n temporary eleit were diaehafgfd from llie General Ijd Office at Waidjingtrineause. not fumcieht froTk io keep (hem employed. ' '" . ' .' :..''--'"' ': ', CS Tot Kansas. A prty from Medina, Ohio, on their way lo K.tnsns, pas-d tLroujh Detroit on .if - Jjw - sK' !ust tuii't" a t!.e MiciVn Uuiri KiiruaJ tu CbkigJ. Lejt ti.) ait m.o( . ,mr,.. f. to meet a company from Bos'on, Mass. Thursday morning party of siztt-en from Ashtabula county, caire up 6u the Cke-m, bound for Iowa, taking with lli-m Jourteea Lorsca find w '(ins. ha r ris. KiSi.let-. ! - -0 S3 r - r; lhr wre t.entvi.-ht horrf9 .hiid 00 j --e J 1 - ; the same boat au J bound for Chicago. -: " I The Chicago Press, states that a party of) 170 men patsed through that city on Fn-1 day, enroute for Kansas. The company was composed principally of tnecbauics, rep resenu'ng nearly every trade. A few law. 1 yers and doctors were included, for "season-; ing:' fi The party left at 9 o'clock last even-1 ingonthe Chicago and Missiypi lUIlroad ! for St. Louis, from whence they will take' steamers up the Missouri river to their new j hoibeSy May success and liberty keep theui compauy. An intelligent correspondent of the Osb- kosh Courier (Wisconsin) writing from Kan-' sas, saysr "With regard to the political j prospects of Kansas, I will say but little; i that in a short tune it will apply for admis-:in sion into the Union as a Fbek Stats.! have no doubt."; This will be no doubt, unwel come news to ninny fan'at:cal, BUrk Reput. ii. ... .... n ..u., ..o, .... uie editor oi me Detroit Tribune, are "shaking in their boo'-s," leit, Kansas should become a free State A Kassa Nxwr-ApEg and a Kansas City. The Kansas iVeekly Herald is the title of a newspaper received among our ex changes en Saturday, "all the way from the "disputed territory." It is a neatly printed sheet, published at Leaven wortk, by Osborn & Adams.' It is the first paper established in that territory. :: v "The "City of Leavenworth." where the Herald is nnblished. is eituaiml about a miln ! and a half below Fort Leavenworth, is "laid taken before Mayor Conrad, followed by n out'' into streets, squares, &c, and is grow- large crowd. Tho News says ing with true Western .apidity aud thrift.- The Angel mada a statement in which he It is destined to become a large and .,m- fMiJ thi4t he g , aj . jjj lrLfeo, !-TSS- ,It'sotff'-.om Square was a place for the holdi.J of pub the new city of kickapoo! 'ihe following ,ic meefingS( , )(lJ a ri u fc f nonces appear ecuonully. ; , , The Miiy s(ii(, l)ftt ft "A lartre number, of hands .are engaged matter under one state of circumstances, in cutting out the streets of this city! .j under another would assume a very grave "The population of this, citv is nearly as j character. With a knowledge of the result follows: ua Total 100. men, 1 woman, .0 babies.- Truly a flDu.ish.ng 'mid prom - lamcf Inwn.' - "Leavenworth was already talked of as the future 'capital of Kansas. We trust it win nava . aoiueininir to h i a school house ... , " ,. ... with beore the capital is built. "Of tfcil flf) ma n mh tantc ,if (Via n'tir 10 advertise themselves as "Attorneys and counsellors at Law!" lhre is onc'nhYsi. cian, a hotel, a steam sawing mill. .Lira. dry irooiis stores, a hook store. (tru-store. and other trading eslablishments." , pepidedjy Mixed. New-York politics are a regular punch, and like all mixed liquors it probably will fuddle a great many before the campaign is over. First, the Hunker, or Hard Shell, or Admantine, or National Locofocos have fomlnafed a ticket headed by Greene 0. Bronsoo. '. ' , ; 1 1 Second, the Soft S1h1I, or Barnburner, or Polliwog Locofocos have nominated Gov, Seymour. - ; -. - ; i 'f hiid.'the Whigs have nominated an An-ti-Nebraska ticket with Myron II. Clark for GorerBor,uud U J. Raymond; for, Lieut. Governor. , - ' - -' .: Fourththe Anil Nebraska Saratoga ami A'utmin Comentioii adopted the Whigiiom ination. ' ..... ,'v ' ... ". , Fifih,. the seceders from the Anti-Nebraska Convention have nominated ticket with Mr. Clark for Governor, Bradfor R. Wool bs, Lieut,, Governor, and Charles., A. Wheaton as Canal jfmmissioiier ,' , This last Convention had for its Presi dent Daniel Wardell, who fof a number of sessions of "Cbngre was the pemoe'ratio Reprexentalive irora Jefferson. Mr Wood, the nominee for Lieut. Governor, is a law yer from Albany, and has ever belonged to the Democratic party, and this movement, we, presume, will be favored by the Preston King seceders from the. faoft Slid! Syracuse i-,. . convention. , ; - . - - jtWc notice a tendency to profanity and obscenity in our press which is to say the least of jt not very commendable, You can soarcely pick up a paper - without seeing some tery smart saying which in order that it, inly palatable to. the ' masses is ' spiced with profanity or somu indecent expression. Editor will print whaf Jthey would not dare to speak in the public circles in which their papers circulate, 'A weighty responsibility rests upon" newspaper editop. i Their pa pers are read by' all,,,, They find their way into all the obscure corners of the new set tlements where books are scarce. : How im portant then that' the "moraf tone' of our newspapers thould be healthy and tliat the Miserable trash , .frequently , there found .-hould be discarded by those who conduct thm. '' . .7-' 7 " .-.'' ; ., Children devour jhe conLent of the news paper, and ia nmnf instances it is the only source of information they possess. Impies sioni made in early yrutji are seldom over come iri ige. Familiariie" llie child with a loose state of morais and the manor woman will j hare bat i little respeet for that which i good.': i;;t:?S'"'!l-''; ! 7.'-' a-i r We lion'e 16 see "the ,fifaevwhen eiia. perf editors : and iouf'nals'of nil jtinj will to tally discard .from their columns everything immoral or obscene. J "Their': duty to ; com munity 'requires "u'.drth- Wtsft-h Whia b-Jt'.lK ' ''?V'"j ' "t"1' V, '4' u iuii- a- j Juage.Jeettj r , ':'";Jrh entleroart'lias been nppnt) ted Vice x:resiuoi. wt me tjieueinino uiiu jnaiana Railroad Cpmpany, fand. has ndered his resignation to CovMedill. We regret to see JuaVa Jewett retire front tle Bench.-i- The coiVectnes oF bis decisiiin, and his gentlemanly, deportment. , hve made him here, favorite both with the r;r Hnd tlje peppl.-75ii(icrirjwflr Advacatp, ' ' The Bank Tax Ca-es We pubiUb with much pleasure Ilia fol- !oi!ij ci!nmuo!ciii'-n from Wfco. '1 hi ih'a Juumal v.-cs wurtilv tl.tan.s" vwh bit; pciij.r, Leiotc L. 3. Supreme Court, into the political arena, and prejudgf them. Fjr ourselvas we are villin to await the decision f the Court. I and nurae our "liuh, faith." that it will not 1 - v(it:iiuic O.tllC UlltUlUUDU. an1 .h... .-1 .4: ... ! v 1 w uixuii aim lurn CI 1 u ty of the tSuie: Ctsvuaxo, .ept. 27, 1854. Messrs. EbiToa: I am desirous of sav ig,o the people of the StaW.,h,ough the ! column of your psper. that there has been! no decision as yet la the Supreme Court of the United States upon the constilutio'nnlity of the' existing law undei' Which Banks are taxel. Tho Court decided lat spring,' that the tax' law of March "SI, 1351, so far as it came in conflict with the act of February S t, 1845, incorporating the State Bunk of Ohio, ic, was unconstitutional. From this opinion, however, three Judges dissented, The present law legul ttug the taxation of Banks vas psssed April 13, 1852. and conformity with the requirements of the new Constitution of the State. Ills highly probable that the validity of this last law, which necessarily involves the i , ' l . . rt .... ... , I vaiiu.ty oi our otate v-onstltutlon, fill oe ; t''ie before the same high uibunal at Washington, next winter. In the mean time, would it not be advisable to keep the subject out of 'politics? - I I am, very respectfully, die, ' '': ' "' lil R. P. Spacldi.vo. Arrest of th7, "Angei Gabriel." , John S. Orr, alias the Angel Gabriel," was nested in Philadelphia, on Tuesday evening, while attempting to harrangue fi crowa ' 111 .t-udependonce Square, lie was j that had attended the sneaking of the piis i oner in other places, he could not permit such fearful experiments 16 be made within 1 such fearful eX,ierinniH lS m,lu .;!.;.. I f -bounda of his juriediction, , He was in llllty bound l" Pr' r the peace of the ci.v, , nni 1, Wn'i I H H, il ... ..'I 1 I II " " should require the prisoner to enter' into k i.. : ti.vi f... i. i. . .. gwu miiomr.i ' u .., ,, ;', , : ! ''i 1 ; L e, . . ! be liberutud. The Baltimore Sun snys that the "Angel ws seen sliolling about ihe atrects of that city on Monday, if so, Mayor Conrad must have shipped him off by the 10 o'clock train on Tuesday night. ' , The PublishedfCreei of the ,; . ' Know Nothings,',' , The following stands tti4he head of a pa per published in Boston,; cald the 'Kniw iCothing, containing the acknowledged eret-d of the Order. It is aimed ut all for eigners, of whatever came or nation, and its end is to proscribe them civily, and degraie them socially, they and their children after them. ' " ' ' ' li Repeal of all naturalization Laws. , 2. None but Ntiv Americans for'oflice. 3. A pure American Common Su-huol System. 4. War to the Hilt an Romanism. 5. Opposition, first and last, to the form ation of military Companies comp jsed of for eigners. . ; -. : , 6. The advocacy of a sound, healthy and safe nationality. 7. Hostility -to air Papal ' influences, in whatever form or under whatever name'.''' 8. American institutions aud American sentiments. ; ,a .. -. ,,( ,. -, , r, 9., More sliingent and effective emigration laws. . ' ' '' ' ' 10. The airlplest pro'ection 'to Protestant interests. : , 11. The doctrines of the revered Washing ton and his compatriots. . 12. The sending back of all foreign pau pers landed on our shores. 13. The formation of societies to protect all American interests. ' , 14. Eternal enmity to all who attempt to carry out the principles of a foreign Church or State. 15. Our country, our whole country, and nothing but our country. - i 1G. And finally, American Laws, nnd Americnn Legislation, nnd death to all for eign intlaences, whether in high places or low. ' ' " '" " ! ' If such is their1 platform and we have no reason to; disbelieve it-standing as it does,in the columns of ,ljtr organit is unnecessary to ask a.iy American to discard it, as a whole. , A porticn of the platform is veFy wisely proped up' with some excel lent' sayings "Our country, "our whole eountry,',' ;" The , advocacy-, of a isnund, healthy, and safe nationality," the "doctrine of the revered Washington and his compat- lifir'i! " .tro ll.tn nil I.,,n4. ,,.lt t...,: is only for a blind; other principles there en .w..., mi. dvuiiuj null, umit grafted, if lived np t;' would be subversive of the bast interest of the . country, and prove the cause of niore dissentions than any ijther question which could be brought Detore the American people. r If this new society, by any possible means. should attain the ascendancy, the worst of consequences would ensue, but their pnn cipies are known, am. those who are not blinded by fanaticism will see the necessity of being fore-armed, now that' we are fore- warned.T Z)tei vult Aurora, f. ion, S,. A?, Piij;lav t ,tl(e aonclusion -of i .1. .. i i- i- ins great spoecu at tuaianppous, WHS pre sented, by the ladie of that, city, with a bcaiitifiilly worked garland, containing thir- ty-one.rargat?d, star, emplematic of the soveretgpty f ,the; whole pawn. . f 3TM fAmoricaur A.iti Slavery Society met at .Syracuse, yesterday. There wa a good attendance, of backs, and .whites byth sexes. . Theprooeedingspress an unvarying wrangle upon eubjects more1 Suitable to the meridian of a lufiatie asylum; then a eongre gatioa of me and women. I It is proposed to hold a State Convention., So says the New Vorfc Herald ;,. . . . ' jt2T"Weak dose of wash board are now recommended by physician fo,r jadie whi complain o( dynpepti. Ypuag men doubled Ii the Same way iny Ins cured by a strong prepsratiori pf worjd jaw. (t"jrAs the followist article, which ap pari on our first pe, is aomwhat Ji-S- we re publish it ou the ksiJe form ia f"l Hijjlily Important ta TowusLin Officcrs-D istribution of the School Fund. It abouid be generally known that the tolpsmay Ue their proport.onate sh.rra ; w .stairs 0111011 tuna, uutr'a lovrtt ui- TtI.AW.atnAWAl. ...... .... 1. .. l,.f .1. I j'sl 1 lit I rCr' ,owni!"P 1 nJ L ari,i of ucation give their careful a-.tenCon to The i duties piescribed by the law, to be perform- eu witinn llie next nut v Uavs. e propose i 1 to analyse several sections for their iniorma-' ZTh s.-lhe duty of the directors in ench sub-district to take, or! cause to be taken, annually, letuven the firtt and third -.Vort(y of Orfoier, (from Octo ber lid to October 16 in 1854.) nn enumer ation of all the unmarried .while mid color ed youth, noting them seperately, between i ihe ages of five and twenty-one' veara, resi-! dent within such sub-district and hot tempo-1 rarilv there. doi ifna'inir Kss t nriin mnL aitsit ! female, and return a certiiied copy thereof I to the township Clerk.". .... , 2. If the directors fil to atake i an2 return j the t-numeratTon. the township Clerk must employ a competent person to doit, and collect the expense from the directors isidi- J viutta,,y; .. , , o. ne townsn.p um "V" him, designating the number of youth in each sub-district, and transmit such abstract duly certified to the county Auditor, uitUin twe)it ltfltr lhlJ mu, ,nil(tB l0 ,liin ,( the directors or tin person appointed to lake such enumeration. ' ' 4. Teachers, before they are entitled to payment for their services, are required to i lurnisit the township Ule.K the statistical . statements mentioned in section 18, which! afford the basis for n important report by I the Boards of Education. These Board's i should not overlook section 10, namely: "The Board of Educat.on in each township shall prepare, or cause to be prepared, and forwarded to the eounlv Auditor, at the same time when the return of the enumeistkvn of I scholars is required to bo made, a state ment exhibiting the number of children in the township between the a 'es of five and iwenty-one yef.rs, distinguishing between male nnd female; the number of schools, specifying the different grade; the numbci ol teachers, male- anil k-nmle; - the muun-er of children, male and female, who have at- tended school during the past year; the av- erage attendance, the length of the terms of schools, compensation of tach,r. male ...id lem' , ,""Tr, Scho 'T'f, " " r "i"' 1 V'tlue t u-reof; Ui. female; the number and condition . of the ure, unit the eii-' nninber and Con- , ' 0 2 bo L Tl he X ' 1 T . l l. ..' inicuuiiiuci nun ini.i" "i u..imm apparatus. and u school full account of the expenditures for .1 -. - ... i . i: .. i scnoot nurnoes. tOfi;iner vv tin sunn oner , . ,.- . ....,.- ,, i the State Commissioner of school to s i- may require. ' i ' ' .lirects the. County Auditors Woii or before the tweulieth day of Decern ber. nnnu tllv." lo forward abstracts of ' all the returns of school statis'ics made from the townships W. the State tJommissioner," j 1 l,,:,t' ''' Mie eniire cmoss, wiih ih ami forfeits lil'iy'tlollars for the. neglect, Le- ' f X(,t'P'1,,n "' ,'H"H. Biid the mass is sub sides being responsible for any loss thereby jctetl to steam process Under a pressure of sustained "bv any town.sliip or county. Al70.1118- 10 Llle q"ave 'inch, the effect of similar liability llir damages follows upon j wlllcl1 operation is,-o reduce tiie whole lo ono failure by a township clerk to "make and ' "'i d every bone to powder.,, 'J'ho return the' abstracts 'and enumeration ro. fat is draw i oil'byeocl.s, and the residuum, quired by thn net." , i i iuers enr!hy substance, aa far as made uso Front the fore.au summary 'die duties' of. is takeft away for manur.' 'Bi siVli'S xb ' of the 'different oflicers are apparent; ar.d it ' ,l0. wl,icl1 rc'flcn tlle fetry in entii-e car-, now remains to consider the consequences l osses, the great nnws heads, libs buek of neglecting tlieir performance. The An- j bones, tail pieces, feet, ami other u burnings diior Hiportions the school funds tinning the i' llus h."os ,!Ut ,-uP ftt different fork houses, counties, upon the enumeration and returns a,c' subjected to the same process, ih order made, lo him by the Stale Commissioner," j t" extract every parliclo ol greiue. ' -'This and "the County Aulitors shall annu illy, concern alone will 'urn out tl is Reason three iinmediately after their anno il settlement j "'iUhxi si.x IiiuiIib.! I bous.uid puiindiiyijaul, with the -00111117 Treasurer, apportion thu!liv" si-'hsof which will b-j.A'o. I.,.. Nothing school funds for their respective counties, j C!U1 surpa.-- ihe mriiy and biau y of j.bis according to tae enumeration and returns ' which is n-lineil as well its niaiie under in their respective ollltes; and no township. M'-am processes. ' .Six hiindfud h'og.4 jn-r tlay or otberdis;tic'. city or village, which shall ! PHSS "'rough these tahka, one tluy -wi.h a have failed to make nnd return such enu- i nolher. j . oi . i ?(, ,.' mera'ion, shall, he cnlKleu lo receive any portion of the common school fund. (So lion 37.) Still more explicit and imperative in the Inst clause 'ol section 67. to wit, II shall not b lawful for any county treasurer to n-ivunir nv nni-lion .,f il, srlionl fuml In to any local treasurer, board of education, or other school r,mi.r of ntiv mi v. Inwiwl.in. or village, organized ns lo schools either under a general or a special law, ex-sept on the order of the auditor of tho proper coun ty, and no sudi order shall be drawn by the county auditor, unless the local treas urer, clerk," recorder, or secretnry of such board, or other hchool officers, shall first de posit with said auditor, annual-'', and ab str.iot of the enumeration of scholats, and other statistics relative to the scho-ds under ; tlieir charge, as required by this actof leach ers, local directors and bo.irds of education in townships." -v , r tT These provisions should be fully consider ed and complied vih, and their republica tion by the newspaper of the -dihVcnt counties would he a matter ol' much local interest, and perhaps prevent i icoiivcnicnce and loss hereafter Statesman. '- Annexation of the Sandwich Is '7 ." " 7 ' lUid3. : :'' ' '. ' Though the rumors are contradictory re specting' the arrival of the treaty it cannot be doubted that the annexation of the , Sand wich Island is an object ardently desired in some quarters,, and that the not of annexi tion is nearly matured. On this subject the Albany Evening Journal, New York, speaks' in a manner which leads to the conclusion that it posseses some reliable -information respecting the terms of the contract. it says tlirit the islands are to be at once admitted into the union, not as a ! Territory but as a State with' full sovereign powers. ' in oon- sidentfion of this surrender of their national sovereignly, ,,ihe United, States, besides a grceing to respect all exis-ting charters, land titles, &c, are to pay some1 three or four hundred thousand dollars annually as life annuities to such persons as the sovereign authoritws shall designate. Itis believed .thapbe number who w 11 be declared emi tted lo share in this annuity will not exceed thirty individuals,' including the King,' his two sons, and the members of the -House of Noble, all ofwliom are now rich, and eon-v stttute the great lant'liplders of the Kingdom. Their ages will average forty years; and tho sura to be paid to each will cease to be a (letit upon the United states Government at; their death.'- iru,Hli.WBi); J Beside iho sovereignty of the Islands, all the Government property including build ings, claims upon foreign Governments, ko, will, lt; is understood, be trunsCered tp the United States Government1 by this treaty. The value of these buildings almais said to excee-i one million fjve hundred ,thuBsnd dollar;, -and. claims upon the French and British Goveiuments to about five hundred thousand dollars tndrejmi flggiego.te of Into miiljoas oi doUiifs, . . , Wako Up! Wake Up!! lii. in I y-u b ar lvi J'. Jv A. 1 llfWI f Cj , of tlia mil i ck k tT i" n bf.'j.T I'M r. .t ti.ir 1. t,i t-os: f Why lt: r,.,: ; ,., y.'a k'u. pi"'!"i M 1 twrrloTd, CJfiie !), tK-loro yuu loow; y,,ur bar giiiia! 'i'h we hard lirnrs. 10 cm. avr 1 ia )o cu i-urnedr 'J'be reason wby In1 lo pr csnt Juwer ii ht wantu tu mnk room ti'T hu winter stock. 'IVlt ""7 ?L,W " ' LhP ... ' ' it p- V l'.l . :. .! . .it" uaiiiitmi c uiuie uw.ip (lie t iiurl I1'IU4H. i. ia:xy i co -ttoll.-i. tf. t ? y VI. Ill ' 11, a fi ' mi' Aijms sail. Coiuplcted to lh cm : '. i Ticketed PASSENGERS'- j "'" IVI "liwull tl Olll ' lyillll, r Newark in It UI liotirs ! ! Oil and after Maildav. October Kith. tli Steubouville imd Indiana lriirrja(i wiJ bo op . - Ir(JS(I(in ,4w. --i V . u)lc' ;u"' a. asener 1 ram will rim daily, (Swildays OXCPpl(.'d) as follows leaves Cadi, at .7. 10 A.M., arrives ia Uresd.-n at 1 P.M. connecting immediately with' Canal Packets. Passengers (linn on 'tho Uoat and reach Nowark'ai 7 .clock P. M. Jlt!uniing. loave Newark at 7 o'clock A. AI., dino on board the Packot. and comiect 'with tho Cars at Dresden, t, J, 30 P. M., rcaei!ng Cadiz, at 7.3 P M I ,, ... i , 'Att-rz-v ...,,,).,V' '? " ,0uk- f OHIO I A 1 I'j I1 A 1 II (viz: October 10, I 17, IN, 19, 20 and lst) the rale- of ?aro wjl )0 reduced ti . ' ; for tho round trip "'from Cadiz , to .Vowark and return. . , Passengers are requested ..to pro cure through Tickets from ihe Coii- , dilCtor on the Cl(liz Uraiich.-. ., v ; I r? .,, . ri t i t i j Sg Checked-1 m ough ! I'Yeight wili bo receipted through ! from and to"' Cadiz Mil Newark, ! . . i tor, t s,-;,,,, i ' i ' , , . ,. ' ' . UU 1 or iurtncr iniurmtiiintt, ap- ! !y to l . ' li 1 1 JJliit'lV CollhlC- ?" f 1 N V , (iotl'l AConf. Sleuheiiville. O. ISRAEL PEMUERTON. October 1 1, 1834 St. , Ilanufacture of Lard It is stated that one establishment in Cir. (inn iti; last year, fri-d out thirty thotiwunl hogs. To Carry on this immense business tbey have seven large circular tanks of suHi- i'Htcapaciiy to hold 15,00; gallons eacli. Wiio is PiV'scuniKD.Wefe Lafayt'tte, Metcer, Montgomery ,' St.; Cliiiri'-'Studeris, Pulaski, De Kalb, and Kosciusko, livintr nt f l'lu I'res("1' time,-and were the proscriptivo tenets ol the new secret ro lltcal or"anui.i- ' u"n mat Ins recently sprung into existuneo " ,b;' 'I'"')' or either o'ftliem. could ! ,,olu 110 ol,lc,i " 'he ' United Sialo.' I No matter Inn freely "lev poured out their Hood to achieve American Independence, they would be proscribed. And if there bi-.chil-dren of any of these worthies resident's of this country, they, loo, fall undn-'the ban: They can hold , no olliue, for ihey lire tbu children of .foreigm-1, Liberty of oett.sfieaoe.vt the ilechiralion of independence and tly for mation of the cnnstiluiion, was a dear Amer ican right. And it was conceded in tl.e same fullness to aliens as citizens, "i This right, uboVe any oilier thing,, baa conduced to our present .greatness ps a nation. ;. It, is to be abridged, if Native Americanism Van have it. way; Proscription as' dreadful aa it exists w some of the most absolute ihon archialof Europe is lobe set-up in thu place ol liberty of conscience. ,,. , -.' ,K ... Fifteen of the signers of the Declarntjon of Independence wes;e foreigners. The last suryiver of the band was' a Catholic! There are, if we believe what we see niid bear, better men than ihey? at the. present d&jl-JJtlroit Fret iet,,,, ,(ij't- .... . ;. Ciiu-roRii"' Vbsseu 'for " Ait,s,ij.ic. A letter from Paris, it is stated, reports that two vessels of two thousand tons', burthen each, are ui courss of cons ruction at N.antes, to ply betwten llavre and N. York, thn en gines of which are to be worked by chloror forih. This is a recent French adaption, and it was reported sumo lima back that exper-. meuts were being .made, in France .with the view of applying it. as a moti ve to ships, If one succeeds in reaching America h .will' W a curiosity. ' ,-. - CjrA correspondent, ot the New.jprleana Picayune, writing from'Bsyouara, Loiiisi ana, under date of September 17, says: '" "The sugar planters have nothing fcd'eom plain of except ihe low prices ufbist year.:: It is a fuct that the planters here aret, feeding their. molasses t? their mqles, and I am told that, ' mixed wilji lty or ' straw, it make most excellent food, and that the stock are ryfoad'olit.:-"'i fo i! im''' ,'--, i . 1 ui j ' : s " '",'.- .is.' ;-j c-., 7 OCrThe Lidison (Indiana Banner sy Martin Roberts, wbOj resides on the' river some six miles below MadisoiiJ inKcnttic'ky informs us that he haa a hog that weighs up wards nineteen huoder poundsDwhieh he has sold for tw$ . hundred .iars.,., ' TjCSTThe ofiMal report o( tha'Jntermonts in, New, York for the past weeli, Kqw that there was a total. tf e2, of which 7 were from the cholera.'- While, "there has been an increase of 15 in the grand Mai ovemhal'bf the previous Week, thera bus bfifn. decease jn hi mortalilT by cholerii of so. 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