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Z. EAGAJT, Editor.
I they owe us. We have financiered with
print care ou this subject. Wc have now
in the city more than three times the cir-
culation iinj patronage of cither of tho
i other weeklies, nnd wa suppose a much
jlarer general circulation. If but the
one-half of our subscribers would pay us,
Oar acquaintance in New Lisbon hears
a little earlier date than that of the editor
of the Patriot, and it is not sayingtoo
much, perhaps, for us to say, that wo be
lieve wo have quite as many friends, both
personal and political.
The crusade of the Editor of the Putri
TITI'Sh VV MAY l.o. 185.0
j U 1" ""'i''ly relieved f.om pceu- ot, against Mr. R. C. Wilson, Editor of
i uiary embarrassment. There is one point , the Ruekoyo State, and one of tho most
'mot Asu-.kica in pnMWuil every i (0 whieh we intend to keep a watehful eve, i hiiih-ntinded, and honorable gentleman of
', in St.vutit'iivillts Jt'll'.'rsiiii county ; . T . . . . " , i . . , . , . . . ,
i B Ciimn, an J eiliiod by 1. Kauan, ' via ' n the event ot a failure wo nit end , our acquaintance, has so entirely violated
j with nil possiblo promptness tojvlund the : his moral sense, that lie is only jn ins km
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Oiih mmo'eoue year
Oim fnnrlli column per yrar,
Ohe ihird column per your,
One lia'.f column per your,
9 r.'i l its poiitiiiii.-wwiv A friMiiil lit nurs when
oil ' paving foi''-is palter the other day, told us
1",(H ; never to let the term failurejiave a place I tanee than a peaceable retirement from his
fo ill) ' our vocabulary. Well, then, the reader j present position, to one more private, and
motives, and misrepresenting the actions
of those who wiuh him no worse inhcri
Itie column ptr year.
.Mi.UH ; is at perfect librriy to cxpuuj:
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JTi.li'Ksiiitml linn oiisiuess en.;:" i't jt'nr, ii.wi . . ,. .. ,
Win-,, there is .,6 contract ma,!,', mil th-imm-! ever it oeeures in this article.
liorof insertions is not marked on tlie curds or j
mlverliscmeiilM ut lliu time llicy art- lianilotl in I
fur pnblicieion, they will be ronlintu d in mil il j
lliey Hl'u ordered.onl, mi't clmrjjad by llie square j
None but Americans to rule America.
The Union must be preserved.
No foreigu interference in American af
fnirs. . Inviolability of national treaties.
No union of Church and State.
Persoial morality indispensable to office.
An open Bible iu all public schools.'
Thorough reform of thi naturalization
A apitatioi tax to exclud furcigu
ho appointment of foreigners ou diplo
' A just tariff on imported luxuries.
In all necessities free trade.
Strict economy in the government.
The Eastern War.
So far as we arc capable of ascertaining
the present position of matters ou the
Eastern Continent, we hold it to be re
duced to almost a moral certainty, that the
war is destined to be continued until the
From the Union.
Judge Sutherland's Denial.
Iu an article iu tho "True American''
of yesterday, in reference to tho Auditor
of Columbiana County, tho Editor remarks
as follows: "We have one or two birds iu
this County of the sumo stripa as your
man Colestoek, Rro. "Wilson. It is true
tliey did not unite in duo form with the
American party, but they did when they
were candidates for office declare their en
tire opproval of all the principles espoused
by the order, and went so far us to say,
that they would unite with the party, if
they knew where le find "an organization1"
It is impossible to know from the article
itself, to whom the Editor alludes. But
having been a candidate at the time allu
ded to, and not being willing that any por
tion of the community should have an ex
cuse for believing such things of me, because
they were published and not contradicted,
1 avail myself of the first opportunity to
av, that I never, when a candidate for
office, or at any other time, declared that
I approved of the principles espoused by
... . ... 1 1 .. .1 ..il. e .,..:
e i; WiUTo- ucaor suueu to mo nieuMiie oi ma i.iii.iui-
tv. There are upon the lowest calculation
live pages of royal octavo of sound Phi
losophy in the thirty-three following words:
A man of small mental capacity in high
(station, is like a person on the top of a
mountain every thing appears small to
him, and ho appears small to every body.
Although it has been asserted a thous
and times, that the design of the Ameri
can organization is not to interfere with
any of the religious rights and privileges
of members of the Catholic -communion,
yet the declaration is still persisted in, by
corrupt politicians in order thereby to
manufacture political capital for their own
special benefit, that the design of the move
is to exterminate, the whole Catholic sect,
at the point of the bayonet. To show
something of the feeling existed in the
minds of Catholics against those who op
pose the political aspect of their church
organization, wo give the following most
beautiful production from the New York
" Piiii'rtTi.Y Excited. The following
epistle seems to have been written by some
l.i i , . . n . , .i . t ... i i one who has taken oflencc at something in
vtrtar. TTn fn the m-espr.t time, it seoiiis the order (Amcnop.n,) or taid that! won, d
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to have been a kind of preliminary contest u'li'e with the party if I knew where to
the Times. We give it publicity as an
i ,.r i . ji. ..i 1 l t.:.
for the victory by fraud and trickery in find an organise.., and further, that T i ' " ,
dinlomatie wire-workin-. rather than a never said aiiythingthnt could be tortured j u"'"0 ' u ' ?
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vigorous contest for supreme power by
force of arms on the field of battle.
The disruption of the Conference at A'i
enna has precluded the possibility of a re
conciliation ty diplomacy. It will be
found to be a matter of too much delicacy.
and too much sacrifice of national pride
iutosueh a mcaniii"
JXO. K. SUTHERLAND.
For an Editor to avail himse lf of the
advantage of his position by the publica
tion of an article calculated to reflect upon
To tie Etltornf tie XcK-Torh Times:
3Iy attention has been directed to a let
ter in tho Times of Friday last, written at.
Home, by a contemptible libeller, who calls
himself Xiclc Finto, a near relation, I
lighting in tio Principles.
A private letter gives an account of the
trouble in Krajood, alieaJy anuouneed by
An Austrian officer, on thellth March,
s iw at a window a lady whose bc.iuly attrac
ted him, nml he fourthwith entered tho
house and demanded admittance to her
apartment. The lady called fir assistance
to expel the intruder. Ikr husband came
and addressed the Austrian, but too civil
ly ; 'What do you want hero:' I do not
know you. You are not billi'ed in my
house, and the lady you arc insulting is my
wife." Without a word, tho Austrian drew
his sword, and stabbed tho husband to the
heart. Jluch excitonieni ensued. Feme
of tho bystanders went to lodge a formal
complaint with the Felice, Others sent
intelligence to the Turkish Commander at
Kalafat, who lost no time in sending to
Krajood a battalion of infantry, and a
Mjuadron ot cavalry and artillery. ' A" crowd
proceeded to tho Austrian General to de
mand tho arrest of the offender. Tho Gen
eral's reply was brief, but to the point:
'Go. to the devil ! I won't punish my sol
dim, for such- fellow s as you !" This bru
tal reply roused the indignation of tho peo
ple. All the ftores were closed, and the
citizens assembled in tho streets, crying
"death to the Austrian ! they are but one
against four! Wo won't submit to be
slaughtered like the people of Bucharest?"
A general riot ensued, and the citizens,
armed with sticks, iron bars and axes, at
tacked and put to death every Austrian
they met. Tho Austrims, ou their side,
turned out and attacked the people, killing
forty persons in the first charge. At this
juncture the national gens d'armes, and
the llouman soldiers attacked the Austri
ans, and after a fierce (Ight, drove the m a
the point of the bayonet out of the city,
where they yet remain encamped in the
Official statement returns 217 killed, on
both sides. The excitement continues,
and the citizens have not re-opened their
stores. They demand justice, and are about
to send a deputation to Constantinople to
seek it from the Sultan.
-he honor or in.omtv of a member of i VV ot R extinguished personage
community, and then fail to give the in.-1 buwn as 0M S'tk' WiU .T0U alI,nv nic
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to inquire it you cannot cnu enoumi 10
ligcrents to submit a proposition for a
peaceable termination cf the war. The
main ground of the rupture at the A'ienna
Conference was doubtless the proposition
on the part of the Allies for Russia so far
nnrl natirmnl bnnnr for nitlinr nf tlin lm. ' nl'O'lted a fair ODliOi tlinitv to Slieak ill his I
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own defence, has alwavs been to our mind newspaper v-un, w, aous.ng ,mu
hiirhlv objectionable. Under this convie- i -rc;,t 'n'1 "m mnn fll Pa,riot Piorce-tion-although
unsolieited-we take pleas-1 in R1"? ?doin, and what not, but
ure in publishing tho above from the" pen j ?ou mnst ,1o?oeml to IoWPV icti b-'
of .Tnd.m JMitberlaml. Tt is true, as thoin5tin? wlth !r0ob' ond mch (l!""allc
to withdraw heriurisdietionnnd for,,, frnm ! Judire rcmarlcs. that . wc did not dve the ! liellho"mIs' 5,1 covering with your slime
the Black Sea, that in tho future she name of any person in our article, but wc j tlic mnst anient, the populous, the j tnnt me fmni the fact thr
.at .lu.Ve Sutherland I mwl mn lnc mic ti,uvcn Vm rx" I singularly h.s of late in his
ists, or ever did or can exist on the face of j
i God's earth ? Ifas this once -riorums Re-
patience cea.-es to be a virtue,
the fate of the Fhilistincs.
ii . i
i icwarc oi
Pampson, how in order to avengo him of
,i ,..,l n-ivn ,,,,, f! his eneniies he destroyej their temple and I ' . ., . , . , ' ' .
ed, wo are prepared to gnc t.ic name ot , . . . 1 , .1 done, not without seeking to propagate his
l.iiviml ('inn. in llu I lin cTVAr1 fit I c I 1 r;
should not claim any special privilege over "re now free to say tin
the Western powers. This proposition ; N one of the gentlemen to whom we re
was indicnntitlv reioctod l.v tlm f'ir mul ' fi'i red. The statement which wc made in
indeed it is not at all surprising that it ! relation to the matter had been so 0rtcil Hc become indeed so bestial, so damna
was thus treated, when we consider that I made in our hearing and bad never that Hv depraved, and so blasphemously and
that was the rrineipal point which cave" we know of-heen contradicted, tbt ; "d out-agcously and unblushmgly degen
risc to the war. For Russia therefore to ' cur mind it had become a fixed fact. The i t!l!,t nn' rcl,-!0" 1)0
have Yielded that point would have been ! Judire in the most unr.ur.lillcd manner con-1 "P "'h f,,r tlic FT
to acknowledge to the civilized world that ' tradiet-i the report and until the reporter j tmnS " lts TP"? ' -
she was comiuercd-this she seems not to 1 comes forward and substantiates Ids state-1 0(1 ,!me-li,crc 18 P!!,,u w)0,"tww"-"
have been prepared to do, and yet wo know j mrnts we are bound in fairness to w;;h-
nothow the Allies can consent to the ler- draw the "charge, so f:.r as it rolates to
mination of the war. short of this ron-IJudce Sutherland. Should it be demand-
cession on the part of Russia, iustria is
evidently afraid to make war against F.u
sia. She has to much at stake. Still slif
seems desirous to maintain friendly rela
tions with the Western powers. She can
not long remain neutral, and when her po
sition is taken it will be ou the side of tho
Czar. The only resource left to the Allien
then, will be an appeal to the people. The
influence of Kossuth and Hungary, may;
then be found to be of some advantage.
In the recent speech of Napoleon at Lon
don, there is a strong tendency to this issue
The eyes of all who suffer says this lm
periul Monarch turn instinctively to the
West, Tho superiority of England and
Special Correspondence of the N. Y. Times.
Fl.onKNCE, Saturday, JIareli 31, 'bro
Fussing through Florence on my return
to Paris, I unexpectedly find the aatcrial
of a letter waitsng to be put into shape.
Something has actually happened during
my absence and this in a city not renown
ed for the number or startling nafu'o of its
incidents, has taken me by surprise. Here
is the Florentine budget for tho last six
man snTeeted of rending the Prntcs-
that bo had been
mass, uas waUod npnn by a deputation
from the Government and bc Church.
His house, his books, his papers were ex
amined, nml he and his family interroga
ted, lie did not deny, nor attempt to de
ny, thai ho bad Inns; entertained doubts,
that of the divine mission of the Pope and
of the virtue.! of tho Priesthood ; he as
serted that he had deteiininod to investi
gate the doctrines of the Reformed rliginn
New Your, May
Tho Illinois arrived an Sunday morning
with San Francisco dates to tho 17th of
April, about 700 passcugers, and Sl,115,
000 in treasure. A disaster which hap
pened to the Golden Ago is reported by
On the 20th April', at 2 A.' M. she struck
a hidden rock at the south west end of an
Island and leaked badly. She was then
run ashore on a smooth sandy beach. It
was thought thatshe would be got off. Her
jtassengcrs, mails and treasure were trans
ferred to the John L. Stephens and lan
ded safely in Panama on tho 2d of JIav.
Business in California was very dull and
money tight. Several mercantile houes
bad failed. The California steamer Surprise
and ono of the steamers of tho California
Steam Navigation Company were to have a
race shortly tor SoOOO. 31 mors arc doing
well; but owing to the scare: ij oi' coin, very
littlo dust was coming to marVet The
Mint had not resumed operations. Rain
had fallen steadily in the valleys for weeks,
and in tho mountains snow had fallen ton
great depth. Tho unsatisfactory stato of
commercial pursuits is driving largo mini
bers of clerks and mechanics to the mines.
The news from Kern river is as contradic
tory as ever. The diggings arc represen
ted as being by no means so rich as at Ci st
reported. Among the failures at San Fran
cisco were tho firms of Feck & Lane and
Tildcu & Littlo.
The knowri'ithirigshave been successful
at the city elections all over the State. At
San Jose, however, they were beateu by a
fusion. Branches of Freedom's Phalanx,
a secret society, had been organized in
diil'erent sections of the state.
Tho Press Club of San francisco had ta
ken steps to erect a monument in memory
of Edward Gilbert, one of tho Pioneers of
the Press iu San Francisco, and first rep
resentative in Congress from the state.
Dates from Portland, Oregon; to the 7th
of April, mention that the know nothings
have triumphed in the municipal elec
tions. The sloop of War Decatur was at the
Sandwich Islands on the Sth of April.
Markets. Every article of merchan
dise was dull sale. In many things a con
siderable decline bad taken place from the
closing rates of last advices. Galego mid
llaxall Hour in lots at 614; extra choice
bntter -10; crushed sugar fl J; clear pork 18
eil); mess ?15; hams 20 -J.
New York, 3Iay 11. A u'wpatch from
Washington, intimates that tho Stato De
partment has information of n lillibuster
ing expedition from this city agaiust Peru
under Echeiiiquo. Arrests are looked for.
Gen Anthony Lamb, nn old and highlv
esteemed citizen, died last night, aged 81
years. " ! . , ; -
The Propellor, for the Arctic expedition jclerk in the e'mp'oy of -:Mr. Georga Gage,
arrived this afternoon.
Huntington. Pa., 'May li.-The Penn
sylvania railroad bridge, over the Juniata,
at Cunningham 18 miles East of Altoona was
burned on Sunday night the work of an
Boston, 5Iay l4. Tho ship Climax has
been lost in tho harbor f Callao. The
cargo was guano, and belonged to Howes
A Tragical Affair.
Mr. Alexander J. Forbes, , an old resi
dent of Buffalo, and recently returned from
California, Mdiero ho had been absent for
about three years finding his family on
the cvo of bing materially increased and
having satisfied himself 'that the author of
Ids disgrace wa' Mr. ; Mich:d jSItdr, a
' FiTTsr.fiKnr. JLiy 15.
5 feet and falling.
B.rn:oJ'.K, May 14-. The New Or
leans papers of Tuesday have been received.
The examination of Postmaster Kendall
was in progress. Tho evidence against
him turns on proving letters signed Mar
shall Hanson, through which an attempt
was made to negotiate the stolen drafts,
were in Kendall's handwriting.
Sr. Louis, May 12. The Republican
has advices of the arrival of a Mackinaw
'"i.i ,i e li i i " i i express at Kansas from the Roekv nioun
and to learn snmetbinsof the character and i . '
practices of its professors. This he had
l.nvinM (lirMn in lftf rniiis: T1ir cTvrinl rif 1
, . , , ' ,,. I doubts and hesitations among others, nn
Damocles is suspended over this Republic ... , , , " .. .,
- , . , . , . n u! u. iiv u nuiiu hi; nin.u mm. i -n u i hi i i n:,
1 and as sure as there is a God in heaven it I , , ,
ltu lie nan supposca, no sain, tnat ne
the srontlemau wao made the statement up
on which wc relied. Upon this fjiiestion
in its present shimc wo have nothinir which
we desire to conceal. There is one fact in ' IIn1)" Vicegerent
relation to which wo think we can not be ! n' tl,e Church's holy institutions arc per-
mistaken, and that is. that if the impress-: s,steu-m muc" renl"c wl" uc
ion had not been made strong and
general over the county that Judge Suth
erland was dccidedlv in favor of the
conic aroused, the thread that now holds
that dreadful sword will bo severed, and
then wo! wo! wo! to all your boasted
7 l,..,r f V, V.t. .liUl'lL Tl-W.
ranee lies in the fact that they arc in the jAim,.ican) p..j tlvo-lt our tow:, last
van of all liberal and generous ideas. This ! week on bis way to New Lisbon. Query :
may bo wise policy for tho Allies in their 1 1ms he gone to the county scut to "lay the
nrpsnntMtromitv. hut. for .iivsr.1f ,w t,-,,i,!,i ! ropes" for his nomination for State Scna-
t ., vl. .,,., .
quite as leave be under the government of C"V P , 1 .,, " & 1:
i 1 1M . .... .1 7 . It'
American move, he would have been de- eatness, aim hko every oincr iiepuone
catod last fall by wore than one thousand ' ll,:,t evrr mv'1 41,0 cr,J 11,0
votes. If however he did not authorize ; J"f,u P tlie scni"n contempt
such an impression it was the result of;a,,(1 rl(1!cu!'; mnnki.id. Once more,
iroud fortune, and not crime upon his part, j ?ir. 1 n J'ou 1,CT'i,rc- 'Vc n(iw
you personally no harm, but your paper, 1
tho Russian Czar as that of tho French
Jt?'In our absence last week a most
reckless and violent effort was made by
the enenvos of our enterprise to bring our
paper into disrepute. This was done by
throwing into circulation a report through- j
out the city ar.d country, that the True
American had "pegged out," and tint
there would not bo another L.suc of the
paper. AVben we returned home wc found
even some of the hands iu the office in a
state of alarm, such was the force of out
side pressure brought to bear upon them.
When the carrier passed round with the
paper at tho regular time many of the sub
scribers expressed surprise that the True
American had again made its appearance.
Tho injury wo have sustained is only tem
porary. It is true wo have not felt quite
free to approach our subsci ibcrs who arc
in debt for the paper, and solicit cur pay.
Still, however, wc hope that those who
have confidence in our integrity will volun
tarily come forward and pay their subscrip
tions. Wc arc not disposed to conceal the
fact that Ivo need money, to carry on our
Stop Mr. Clarke, the Rev. Teague O'Ra
traii left the Democratic party to purify it,
and it is not likely that ho will ever be
come so "ctmvjil" as to ask for oflice again.
li id mission here wo undeistand was
hogging subscribers for an 8 by 10 Know
Nothing sheet which he edits in Stcuben
viile, and is about on its last legs. 31 r.
Stuart, you will please sec that he is better
supported at home. Olio l'utriut.
Upon the extract from the WelL-Ailie
Patriot wc have nothing to say, other than
that the insinuation is incorrect. But
Avhat are we to think of the style of the
Ohio Patriot? That paper has from the
commencement of our publication, teamed
with low and unprovoked abuse of ii, de"
ecu ling to nick names and epithets be
neath the dignity of an editor, patronized
by a civilized community. Wc have thus
far been enabled to keep our paper free
from personalities, and it is our intention
still to do so. Y'c have had sufficient
provocation nearer borne to have entered
into that kind of bickering, but have avoid
ed it, out of respect for ourself ami our
patrons. The great crime which wo com
mitted iu tho estimation of the Patriot
when in Lisbon was that of obtaining some
am told, is somewhat extensively read,
and, perhaps, you exert an influence!
through it ; therefore, I hope you will j
heed the warning of one who knows what :
he asserts. I write this hastily and with
no view to have it printed, but if you are j
a gentleman,, if you are a patriot, if you
arc a man, for God's sake be warned of j
the consequences before it is too late, and i
cease insulting high Heaven throiiL li those !
pure and holy men, to whom alone He ha?
entrusted the keys that can open the gates
of Paradise to tho fallen sons of Adam.
As for the pitiful wretch, Nick Pinto, who
wrote you from Rome, no stronger argu
ment could be urged to show the necessity
of purifying virtues of the Inquisition than
is afforded by his most damnable letter,
and I trust in season its efficacy will be
tried upon him before be escapes from the
Holy City he now pollutes with his dirty
l'tiir.o vi'.iutas KT I' n i r.o .iustitia.
minht be allowed to set his mind at rest
upon a subject so important. The com
mittee nsked a variety of questions, and
succeened in convincing itself that the man
was a confirmed Protestant, and wa? quite
lost to Catholicism in this world and to be
atitude in the next. "You will hear from
us soon, Sir," said the committee, in taking
leave : "be careful and not leave the city."
Four days after, and at 4 o'clock in the
morning, tho guilty apostate was summon
ed to li-itcn to his sentence : bard labor in
irons in prison for one year: tho prison se
lected being at a distance, nml, if I am not
! mistaken, on sonic Mediterranean island.
i Tho verdict was immediately curried into
; execution. Such are the winning ways
employe! by the modern Inquisition to
preserve souls to God ; to discountenance
tains, it reports snow a to (J inches deep.
Tho Indians are very troublesome and de
er:nined lo take white scalps
The meeting at T: avcuworth resolved to
let the law take its course.
Tho stcamev New Georgetown with gov
ernment stores, was snagged G miles from
tho mouth of tho .Missouri river, and is a
Chicago, May 12. There was a des
tructive fire at Springfield, 111., this mor
ning. Tho best business portion of the
city, including State House square, was
consumed. Nine splendid stores were
ycdeslrcd. Loss 8150,000, mostly covered
by insurraneo. It was the work of an in-oyeudhir
Halifax, May 12, The Africa arrived
on Friday morning and sailed again at 9
Depreciation of Gold.
Tho United States Economist estimates
tho amount of gold furnished to the com
mercial world during tho six'years, since
tho now mines were discovered, at 0400,
000,000. Tho iiifliiencc of tbes vast gold
supplies is proved to bo very different from
the anticipations of many financiers, who
predicted agrcatjmniediatc depreciation.
The relative value of gold to silvcrby the
English law of 1810 was 1 to 142875,
and the actual value has becn as follows:
in 1851, 1 to 15,1 oD0; in January 1855,
1 to 15,1409, in March 1855, 1 to 15,23
2(5. It will be seen, that as compared with
silver, gold has been constantly increasing
in value. Theauotnalv is attributed to
the great demand of silver during a period
of a warjin Europe and China where the sil
ver standard is retained. The increased
supply of gold has scarcely been sufficient
to lill its place and consequently that met
al has not only retained its value but shows
considerable appreciation. The Economist
thinks that when the war is over, silver will
find its w.iy back and gold will necessarily de
preciate. OUTRAfiK. Ou the evening of the 7th
inst,, between 10 and 11 o'clock, the
house of 31 r. H. Smith, Postmaster at
the Ten Mile House; Ozoukee, Wis., was
entered by a number of ruffians, disguised
as negroes; they beat 3Ir. atidJIrs. Smith
severely, as also their clerk, and thou ri
fled the desk of SOTO in Specie. While
thus engaged, Mrs. Smith crawled to the
table upon which was a loaded pistol, and
this she handed to her husband. Ho took
sure aim at one of the ruiliaus, discharged
it, and he fell. His companions gathered
lii in up and hastened away. At the lad
accounts they bad not been arrested.
Tin: Way t:ib Monky Goes. Con
gress presented each of the reporters of
the Globe, for the last session, with $800,
amounting in the aggregate to 10,000.
This is an addition to their regular com
pensation. At the previous session, ?300
was given to each of the Globe reporters,
in addition to their regular pay from the
publisher of tho Globe. At this rate, a
reporter's pay is at least equal to that of a
member of Congress, while, if the n porter
docs work hard for a few months, ho lias no
constituents to call him t. an account for
his stewardship. Yit.l.'mS .
The Cost ok Bomkaiioinu Seiusta
I'O!',. The estimated amount of shot fired
in the thirteen days of tho bombardment
by the Allies, equalled 035,100,000, which
would cost; not including the transporta
tion and the powder, ?:113,3R0. The pow
der would cost 8702,000, making a total of
over a million dollars. This, if it resulted
in the capture of tho place, would be cheap,
but the correspondent of tho London Times,
o is a spectator of the bombardment,
says, in las last letter, "wo are not one men
nearer tho town than we were last October."
grocer on Seneca street, proceeded this
morning about 11..6'chtek to Mr. Gaga's
store, and after asking for an account which .
Mr. Gage had against htm, drew a revolver
and rapidly discharged five shots against
Shnler only one, however,- tool; effect
passing through the right breast and out ,
at the back. Shaler now lies in rather n
critical condition, although it is not sup--
posed he will die.
As soon as the net w.. tb me, Forbes at
once gave himself upjto the offuers li
was entirely calm expressed his regret
that the man Shaler was not killed and
said ho had good and sufficient causo fur
the perpetration of his apparently rash act.
The case of Forbes scorns a peculiarly
distressing ono. IIo appears quite! kn in
telligent man, and apparently was prompt
ed by no other motive than thatof,KiBom?
measure repairing a great- wrong which
had been d6no to hinis lie was formerly
in tho employ of Slessrs. Cutler, Stearns
Si White, as a cabinet maker "; afterwards
had a shop of his own on Exchange street,
and then left for California, where lie has
labored assiduouily for the past three years;
during which time be has remitted over
83,000 to his wife.
Shaler was supposed to bo his particular
friend, and, ou his return, Forbes brought
a richly mounted cane, costing Mm some
cG5, and presented it to him as an evidence
of his esteem. Wc are told that Shaler
was warned by Mr. Forbes, as soon as ho
learned tho amount of his disgrace, lhat
he hud better leave tho city. Shaler paid
no attention to the advice, and the result
followed as above detailed. Wc learn that
the examination of Forbes Las been post
poned until the state of Mri Shaler may
be satisfactorily ascertained. livff. Commercial.
A Ifodel Bun.
An editor "out West" thus talks to his
non-paying subscribers and patrons:
FllIKXDS, PATKONSj.SuBSClllBEItS AND
ADVJiitTisims : Hear us for our debts,
and get ready that you may pay; trust us,
we are in need, and have regard fur our
need, for you have been long trusted j ac
knowledge your indebtedness, and dive in
to your pockets, that you may promptly
fork Jovcf. If there be any; among you,
one single patron, that don't owe us some
thing, then to him wc say step aside ;
consider yourself a gentleman'. If the rest
wish to know why we dun them, this is
our answer: Not that wc care about cash
ourselves, but our creditors tfo.
Would you rather that wo go to jail,,
and yon go free, than to pay your debts,
and wc all keep moving? As wo agreed,
we have worked for you; as we contracted,
wc have furnished our paper to you ; as wo'
promised, we l.avo waited upon you; but
as you don't pay, we dun you ! Here aro
agreements for job-work : contracts for
subscription : promises for long credit :
and duus for deferred payment. Who is
there so mean that he don't take a paper?
if any, he recdn't speak, we don't mean
him. Who is there so green that he don't
advertise? If any, let him slide he ain't
the chap, either. Who is there so bad,,
that he don't pay' the printer? If any,,
let him shout for he's the man we're af
ter. His name is Lgion and lie's beer
owing us for one, two, three, four, five, six
seven and eight years long enough to
make us poor, and himself rich at our ex
pense. If the above appeal to his con
science don't awake him to a sense of jus
tice we have to try the law, and sco what
virtue there is iu writs ami constables.
PlllI,AHi:i,l!IlA, May VI. The deaths
L'lthorani.-m, and to maintain this coun
try iu its pro font matchless state of irno-1 this eity for the week wore 105.
ranee, misery and degradation.
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mnnnr nnn it ie tmm-Liii. u . . . . .... .1 - 1 i i .1 in .
jv., .... ,c iiiiji. c.-iuiu 101 us 10 get 1 zv or -) suosenoers ioi mo jrue Amen
along without it.
Should it ever happen in tho course of
humanevents that wo shall bo under the
necessity to suspend, or let the paper go
down, it wi'l be the result of a failuic on
the part of the subscribers fo pay what
Kj Ry the politeness of Mr. Warren
Esq., wc are in the receipt of the pamphlet
cont lining the lcal forms by which to
pro-ecute violators of the liquor law of '51.
It bus the favorable recoineiidatioii of ma
ny of the best Lawyers in the state, and
we believe it ought to be in the possession
of every civil officer in this county, and in
deed of all who may find it necessary to
institute prosecutions under the law.
Seethe advcrtiscmeir iu this paper.
can, in the small village whore the Patriot
is published and where its Suunecsc Editors CO 'M- Wi.ndon Esq., of Mt. Ver
dures to rciiru without a rival. X;c '"on Knox county, has been favorably spo
. . , . , i ken ot by many persons, in. whose judge-
Mr. 1 atriot, it that is a crime, all wo have , mit haVu t,lllfitlt,lice Ju m.y
to say is that it is our intention to try and j suitable person to serve the state of Ohio
repeat it iu the course of a few week'. ! as Attorney General.
Removal op J. F. Polk , Esq. The
removal of J. F. Polk, Esq., from a clerk
ship in the Treasury Department, is offici
ally announced in the Union. Mr. Po'lk
was first appointed by General Jackson, in
the year 1831, and has enjoyed tho confi
dence of every succeeding administration.
He is, and ban always been a Democrat.
A more worthy or efficient clerk has not
probably filled a desk in any department
of the government since its organization,
lie is moreover a man of learning, a sin
cere Christian, and an accomplished gen
tleman. Rut, he is a firm and unwavering
Protestant, and has freely and ably cm
ployed" his pen in exposing the assumptions,
the impostures, and the corruptions of the
Church of Rome. Herein, and in nothing
else, is his offence ! Ho has been removed
from office by this administration, merely
because he has written and spoken in de
fence of the religion of Luther nml Mc
lanclhon, of Taylor and Harrow, of Wes
ley and Wliitefield, of Ed wards and Dwight,
of White and Madism and Moore ! For
this cause, and for this causo alone, has J.
F. Polk, a Protestant, been removed from
jifiice, and S. 0. Ford, a bigoted Roman
Catholic appointed in Iih place !
CllAlioITeN, May 11 Dates from
Havana to the Olli make no mention of the
prevalence of yellow ft ver on the Island.
Wasmi.vctox, May 12. Tims. S Mc
Coy has been appointed . V. S. Attorney
for the cai'tcrn district of Louisiana, vice
W. Morse, resigned.
Huston. May 14. There was great con
fusion in the House this afternoon. Hiss
twice resumed his vacated seat, but was
each time removed by tho Sorgcantat-Arms ,
by an order of tho House, passed nearly
unanimously. It is presumed that Hiss
acted, in this singular manner, by the ad
vice of his counsel R. F. Rutler and
Reiijamiii Dean. Hiss has puplished an
address, denouncing his expulsion from the
House, as arbitrary; and intimating
that members of the House feared an im
partial devch'pemcnt of all tho facts in the
Toi.kdo, May IL Win. Hurxley, en
gineer, unda fireman are not expected to
recover from injuries received from a rail
road accident. A lady and four children,
names unknown, aro the only passengers
Takino it Coou.y. .A Crimean' cur-,
respondent of a London paper, speaking
of the bombardment of Sebastapol, says:
Yesterday, on the 13th inst., under the
very heat of the fire, a Russian walked
through onc:of theembrasures of the round
Tower, coolly deccuded tho parapet, took
a view of thoprofdo of the work,' and saun
tered back again a" piece of bravado which
very nearly "cost him his life, as a round
shot struck within a yard of him, and a
shell burst near the embrasure as he enttrcd
JiQ-Dearcst I will build thee a cot all
covered with ivy, in sonio secluded vale,
close by a purling brook, meandering over
itsjpcbly bottom, incessantly babbling in
dulcet, tinkling strains, lovo, love, where
the atmosphere is redolent of smoothing
spicy aromas that makes the cyo languish
and tho heart dissolve in tho liquid fire
of love, where tho balmy morning zephyrs
sigh in tho dense forests leafy maze, coun
ting loves melody, where the tiny songsters
that whirl in othorial space warble nought
but love. I will plant thee a garden of
gorgeous loveliness, culled from nature's
most ardent desires and sweet smelling in
censo. "Dolpby, dear, don't forget to leave a
patch forcowcuuibersand inyuna there so
jf$T Punch says that the inventor of tho
steam engine was a man of great cn&iueui-
An Old Piuntdu. Thurlow Rruwn,
iu a communication from the Cabin in tho
Maples, iu Wisconsiu,' to his- papor, tho
Cayuga Chief, says that he has found a ty.
pograyhical curiosity in the Plain Dealer
office at Waukesha. Mr. Hunt, now an
active and hale old man, and still perform,
ing the journeyman's labor at tho "case,"
was a "jour" in the London Times offico
as long ago as the proprietors of that es
tablishment were making efforts to print
by machinery. Ho well rcuiembcra the
effort to run a press by liossc power. Mr.
Hunt worked for thirty years in ono office.
Ho remembers Lord Pyron well, and has
"set" his manuscript. Byron used somo
timcs to review his own poems, with un
stinted commendation. Such articles went
to Mr. Hunt in tho poet'i own hand-.
An Eye to Husinkss. Dennis M'Car-
ty, with a few hundred companions from
tho Emerald Isle, arrived at Philadelphia
a few weeks since, in tho stecrago of ono
of our emigrant ships. The vessel wus
boarded by one of the custom houso officers,
who in the discharge of his duties visited
the different portions of tbe eliip. Ho at
tracted the attention of Dennis, who after
following him for Home time, enquired as
to the amount of his compensation j and
learning that it was pretty liberal, said that
he would ucccpt of a similar position him
self and requested the official to have it
secured for biin by the timo ho landed.--Wa
have not heard whethor collector
Drown mude the appointment; but Dennis
is evidently a "fast man," and no doubt
voted for tho Democracy on Tuesday.