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O'Hri.t ... P. B. lonn, lot printing blauks lor PrubaU J J . w Aerua llledilen, a Koad vi-wer 1 U -. .Itiha alcKlroy, ........ R. Allison, hi partlbr ubllhlng Commia-i loner's Heport.. .......... ........... Jawo VV eiaer, i" ri" ii. Jika, Aa, In Clark' office....... ... .. ........ .. Via. MoO.nn.ll.fur eleauiuf street and ellar k round eubllo aqoare ;........... Be Barnes, lot iron doors and eutind for fault ................... Alex. Ooiib, a Bpeuial Comniissioaer 1 Uj. iiojainlD Mnton, ,M.M H. L. Millet, for 2 bottle Ink Air Count f offices.. John Uilao. in part fur roofing Oountjr olBce and Jail wll... ..... ........... Jeutee Killott, for leniininir CommlesioMr statement, and preperi' ft saiae forprlaUnf.-. W. r. MeHesUrs for eerv lee a olerk la Audi- tor's offloe..., John HUM, lu part for roofing Countr oSoM. 0. K KrlTooTK'uV'on i 'ooTboeaTrSm Columbus...... ........... J. K. Sutherlaad, offlua rent, fuel and lltffcu fcr oeontbs................. Z- Kenan, la part lor publiahiag Keeeipta and lxpeii,lituree........M. ........... ........... James Teeff, fcr making band oufle and repair ing lrcse for jail.. , ......... J. at. Rlok.r, services In Mainlnlng attd prepar- tag Oonniiisioner'e statement fir printing.... Dr. B. Pearce, a medical witness in case of Ma-i ria 1 Unkarton.a lunatle.......-............. J M Shane, in pirt fcr low as a counsel to Townatiip and Ooanty offloes. fcr laf t .......... B l.ln'oa, for 2 dai aervioai as County Com- Alex Conn, tor 1 day eervioas aa Count Com- Wet aleSWi. for 1W3 buihooal furnished Coup-' tyeajteeteeeeeeaee.e ea.aeee iihiihiihih HHINt JBiasliser. for postage fcr Auditor's offloe...... K Sutherland, fees in eaaa of J M Plnkerton, JohnBle, Wan'i'in" Ml for roofing Countj An?rAnde'rurbainoa in full for MrrjoM u u t to l bw 1 M SO 00 26 tea 88 U a oo 1 00 a 7 IT 00 00 SO 00 J 00 1 66 43 00 24 00 ( 87 (00 SI6 26 00 400 200 ol 65 0 Tt t U 3 75 T tO 187 John Habited, for bboaa furniahed M J Fiaker qh inaaiio.. ... .. ...h,.m Alex 6opn, for Dry Ooode furniahed J Pjnkof ton, alunalio....- Jacob Ault,aroadtwwara aaye . A Robertoon, " - J is Cham ban, . - ....... July, 1857. Jobn 8 Patteraon.KsqpOqati in caae of Ohio Ts, Brannenao..... Joseph Bherrard, aohaiaman on road 1 day..-., W K Alliaon In part for JPubUinlog Raoupta nd Kipenditurw.. :1vv ,".1 J Melnn, J(n).. coat In caae of Ohio ta, Ales XTOttttrM a aoaaaa aaa aaaaeatea Kaxan, in part for publishing Reoeipta and Kxpendlturee. ....................... yim I siin-ml tor arraying road lu sptln field Tuwnahip Banie, for aarvejiug road in bteubflnvilbj i Tp... Bam? Bmlthfield Town' J U S'iaVnorrWayVeoJti''' a "t UuiOTi. P UUantalarKaiTooiti' if iuqueit un 'deaii body of J IKUuogU :. VI t MoUartera, lor terTicoa as Clerk In Andl- ditor't Offlo S"iVV" - V" McDowell Co., for books Jund SutioDsry fur 1' rebate Judge 8am. for Booka and btailonary tor Auditor'aof. WflRAiiro'nVin''par' fw' pubTiVuing report of fliumtr ilittnuiiAKionerff T 38 4 60 4 50 t 60 ITS I 00 36 00 40 76 00 6 00 BP0 8 00 9 85 15 40 SO 00 27 85 8 79. 20 00 Geo Uotwel. lur whitewashing Juit As...... 6 00 28 00 1 88 Uray a i iokes. . unlldiriKS V Uweeney. for Bpittons furninhed Court llouse 2 Maxell, in full for publiabiDg Receipu and tl peuditures V" Baiue in full for publishing report of Coinmia eioners.............. - R.Sh.rrard. Jr a marker on road 1 day i.k. utlu ....ilrititf nA miEtintf un hnoub 20 72 88 28 1 00 tug at County ofllcea. ...... .... H 00 J. M. Klokey, a tl. Juror it daye in cane of lag- gart'e adin're T,0ampbll...... 00 amuel Ulaok, a tul. Juror 2day in eaeof Veager s. I ay A Lowe... Z 00 Bame, a i&i- juror i uj, iu eoo mi M UPtHI V Itt il 60 2 00 3 00 Same, a tel. Juror 2 daye. ln aaae oi laggarl'f adm'ri TS.Campeell ;- J. ,vl. Rickey, a tel. Juror days, in ease of Year Kr ft. Day A Lowe ... Bame, a tel. Juror 1 day; in case of Marsh TS. slurry et.al P. B. Conn, tor printing blank sfo' Clerks offloe. W . It. AIUsod, for paoltaUma Beaoel eiaaminers' Notice Bame, for printing 0 quirt blank nummpiur tor jiherilT......."- I. b. Vtya, a tal. Juror 2 day a, in ease Tagxart'l adnt'ra ti. Campbell.............." Bame, a tal. Juror 2 daye. in oase Xeagor n. bay A Lowe .............. game, a tal. J uror 1 day, iu cage Marsh vs. Mur- Ba'-ne, "a tal."j uror 'i'iiay',' inc ai" ikey tf - 8 A i R R Co ; Jsckeon Winters, a tal Juror 1 day, incase Kkey . rj A I R R Co................. John Wigginton.a tal Juror 1 duy, in casenfe-y e. 8 I R R Ce John Moore, a I'etit Juror 4 days, Dial. Court, trarelled 8 miles... James Lown, a Petit Juror 4 daa. Cist. Court trarelled IK miles Onlas Clark, a Petit Juror 4 daye, Dlst. Court, travelled 2o miles ............y...... Adam Uarrah, a fetit Juror 4 daye Dlst. Court travelled 21 mltee David Hull, a tal Juror 1 day DisUlct Court. Kkey vs. 8 A 1 R R Co ................ James Oarnahan, a tal Juror 1 day, Diet. Court aey M. 8 A 1 R R Co ........ AvtJUS', 1857 David Wilkin, tal Jaror l day, Distri tCouit, Kkey vs. a A 1 tt R Co W R Allison, oalance in full tor pablishiag Re ceipt and Kxpsnditunw.. baiie, for subriptloo to Weekly Uersld 1 year Dame, fcr Pub. School Kxaminors' Isotlee Bame, balance in lull for pub report of County Commisidoners..............."......".."; Bame, for printing blanks fireherin............. UaaLiKht and Coke Co., for Uas furnished Co, JasoaPoeeiUaPetirjur travelled 0 miles Txer uVA" B Linton, Kan., costs in case of Ohio ?s. U'Cor- uackA Shriner ... James White lor hauling 22 barrels water for Bflerilf.... A.'T I.8!lrtye,aUl Juror.l day, July trm, Bist. Court - ;';"v"!JJ BobsrtMcIntire,co6Uofinitueston dead body 11. llalloi an fi.v"";'VA'""12 Jas. U. Allen, a tl Juror 8 davi, Clstrict Court Uervey et. al. vs. Bcott et al............." John Phillips, a ta. Juror, 8 days, I let. Court Herver t al vs. 8eott et al......... Samtil Wilson, for copper conductors, pipes, AO. lorCountr Building ............ W. L.ii'narp.for tin aud copper ware furn'lhed County Jail.... . Dr John MrCook.for post mortem examination of the body of M. Iiailoren R. Owens, for Jailor's fees, A J., to date........... JdP.pl.Miin enate In MM nfllnioVS.A J DiCX. 60 . 6 00 8 78 0 00 1 00 2 00 60 60 60 60 4 40 4 95 6 00 6 05 60 60 50 119 00 2 00 8 00 8 60 3 00 83 00 '4 30 10 25 8 30 60 63 85 8 00 8 00 86 50 18 4" MM 44 00 7 06 8 00 1 60 8 00 2 06 2 CO 2 00 $ 00 John Phillipa. a tai Juror daye, Dut. Court, Pattersou et al vs. McClave Win. Plumtner, a road viewer 1 day........ X. K. Uauiiltoo. a tal Juror 8 days. Dial. Court. Patterson etal vs. MeOlave ..... ... J. II. Laverty. atal Juror 2 days. District Ceurt Hukill vs. 3 A R P R Co James Lee a tal Juror 2 days. District Court, Hukill vs. 8 A K V ROo .......... Isaac MeDookl, a tal Juror 2 day! Dist Court Hukill vi. H A R P R Co John Dray, Jr., a lei Juror 2 days, Dlst. Court, Hukill vs. 8 A R PR Oo..... .............. . John Linday. atal Juror 2 daya, Dlst. Court, " Hukill vs. 8 A R P R Co Jamn Coo wr, a tal Juror2dyi, District Court, lluklll vs. 8 A R P R Co lllchard Wrlcht, a tal Juror2 de js, Dlst- Couit, Hukill vs.S A RP R Co .. BBHtrayer.aUlJurori days, Disti Court Hukill vs. S A R P R Co...... ................ Clinton Porter, a tal Juror 2 day", List. Court, liukill vs. 8 A R P R Oo . .- ---K - Cornelius Hull, a tal Juror 211ays DieUCoult, Hukill vs. H A R P ROo vnthan 0 Oeor, a tal Juror t days Dut- Court, Hukill vs bAK PR Co . , L . . 4 Jam-e it. Abranam, a petit juror 12 day! at Dlst Court, traveled I mile i .. JamMUobinson.a petit juror 10 days District eourt, traveled 6 miles..... ................... Valentine Prlrpt. a petit juror 10 dayl Liatrict court, traveled t miles......... ........ a oo 800 200 300 2 00 3 00 2 00 12.06 10 25 10 26 10 06 B.U Melvin, a ptit juror 10 days Dist court. Imi.! 1 mil , um- - I . i l-i .1..-S ril.tilni. enure ne. traveled 12 Hales....- ;-" 60 fu.ii i.,h.ui... . Mi, hm l'i ilara Ulatriflt nTN.WJU,niHi . ' . J""' . . . court, traveled V miles nv"","t " " Alfred McCarlr. a petit juror 10 data District court, traveled 1 mile ."I J. A. Dohrnuin. a petit juror 10 dajs District 10 06 . ,-..Mlul 1 inih, 10 0 Wit. 1'rasler, a peUt Juror 10 daya Dalt court. traveled 1 mile ..................... ".; WD..L.hs'rp.apeUl juror 10 days Dist court, traveled 1 mile... :J--. i"':";-; Joha MoCauler. a petit juror 10 dan Distriot -court, traveled 1 mfe..... Joha Armstrong, a petit juror lo day District conetrrveled 1 mile ......... A. RkMrstaJI.apetitjiiror 10 days Diet eourt traveled 1 tulle ..................... Tboa Warren.a petit juror M days Diatikt wurt trnve'd 1 mile............-.... B. W.Uill, a petit juror 12 dayl District court traveled 1 tni'e - Stewart aOdbsrt fo work done on Oo buildingl Jobi Wlirtfntoa, a tal juror 1 day Shelley vs J' ckuve.. I. H. Hamilton,, aj-tal juror 1 day Bhelley vi Jaekman... J? B Dauiela ht,i), oost of inqneet on dead body name unknown, JVdj Moasiimve, 6r boarding jurors atDulnct court by order of court, , , John A. Dehuff, for 3 dan snvices aa special Cnmuiasionvr. . ' , . , Alexander Conn, for 3 days servkei ai ipeclal Commiaaioner. , ' . , Bffijftoi'a Union, for2dtyitrvleeaaiipeoial iffiSfFcM eonsUble 17 4ejiDi.tr.ei 5 ree'n, for furnlsredOo. .. r. J. WiUhefi for a'slntlng In post mortem ex amination of V. llallornn, ... . pSmI Co.. for lime furnished r.ontr S. Kecaey. for hauling ashes from eoart yand. M. Hharp, oonveyaoae ofjurors lu oak of U a kill vs B A R P R Co, , ... 4nr Patrick (leruaa, fo haullnf 1 tbl of water pt Weple, costs la tbA oase of Ohio . K. Oword, frdM cJurlf op 2 hoxee bonka from Columbus, .j,i,i,. Pt W m tismil'on, for swrvloti lo full at Pny, slciau tt erjeoners lor IS67, . . , . k? U B. Traluor, for ssrvloes to eoroner In nolo. in inaueet on dead bo. y of M. Ilallorsn, If. loMrtr1 Jn part for aervicejajoleTlf. K&plT&U .o ..tVm.r,ibrB. J. iirtay tonbooki and itatjonery Co. offlcel ' -TO BE OOMTINBEB.J . 10 36 10 06 10 05 10 05 10 06 10 06 12 06 8 70 60 17 40 18 00 17 00 1 00 12 60 A 08 47 148 It 00 100 80 00 It 07 18 82 Strict : Pbiachino. The United Churches of Dnyton have adopted a sytem of street preaching The Empire apesks highly of a discourse delivered last Sunday, )a pTcwnoe or 1,500 people,' by Re- Mr Conrad -That paper aaja I . r These meetings will be' continued every fjalbuth afternoon in soma part of the city pad be addressed by different clergymen of COMMISSIONER'S REPORT , ' - .. TO TBI COURT OP COMMON PLEAS OT JMIBBSON COTJHTY. ABWTOa'i Omci, Jelferton Coonty, Ohlo. BttubanTula, June 7th, 1B68 f TO toe Honorable Court of Common Plena of Jefferson Cr.untr.Oblo The uneraUned, CommlMionere of JenVraon eoanty. In porauanee or "an ao u amena en not mrtber to pre earlbe the duties of County Commluionen'paaaed April 8ih, 1S6S, make report of the finaneial affaira of laid oounty, for the year ending Jane 6th, ltbg. T " RECEIPTS. PaJanee In Tury Jane 2d, 1857, 88 7 00 40 Receipt! from cu eouroea uuce J sue H, Igor, 88 908 24 Total reoeipta, $07,608 64 DISBURSEMENTS. Distributed to the aereral ruada. via chools, Cnrporatinns, 1'owashlpa, County tn- Drmary, noaau, ununea, r eel or Tanon om cera, Klection. Jnror'i and Witness Fees, Aasesaore. 4o , asarexate amount distributed aa above at&tad. 100.241 14 Balance in Srauury Jane Ith, 1868, . 7,457 48 $07,608 04 error aatauea asconni or aiRnuTsemencs. sea auui- tor'i Report ipy the yaar ending June 6, 1858, COUNTY FUND. Receipts. Balance In Treasury Juna2d, 185T, $ 6,517 85 14.28!! 65 Amount notiectea on oupttoato 01 WO J, M Vinna Jmv Veen. An '" 587 4a $!0,341 46 Disbursements. Amount of orJer paid since June 8.1857, $16,991 115 3,352 81 $20,314 46 ttaianoe w i reasury j une o ,i o. BRIDGE FUND. Receipts. Hslanoe in Treasury June 2, 1857 , $ 8.014 88 1,062 61 Amount ooueciaa on uupncate leal, on sale oi out Doaraa, 1 $ 6,868 47 Disbursements. Aim unt of orders paid since June 2d, 1857, Ualanoe in treasury J une 5,18u8, $ 1,291 82 4,673 65 $ 6,868 47 COUNTY INFIRMARY FUND. Reoeipta. Amount collected ou Duplicate of 1857. ' 16.684 89 " from Directers of Co.lnflr'r. 70 00 Amount overdrawn June 5th, 1868, 65 10 $ 6,819 49 Disbursements. Amt. overpaid at June settlement, 1867, " ordora paid since June 2d, 1857, $ 1.753 08 4,6rt 41 $6,819 49 Amt. Pedlera Licence paid In since Jan, soft - Auction " " Int. on See. 18, School lands " " Delinqent taxea, V $59 00 8 00 87 66 20 46 $126 12 GENERAL STATEMENT OF BAL 7 . ANCES. ' County, Bridge. Pedlers Licence, Auction Llcenae, Interest on Section 16, Delinqaent taxes, $3,352 81 4.673 0' .9 00 8 00 87 66 26 46 $8,062 68 BALANCE OVERDRAWN". County Infirmary Fund, - 8596 10 Baiaoe in Treasury Juneo, jra, v.aoY eo $8,052 68 The following is a detailed report of the official transactions of Countv Commissioners during the year preceding tne tune oi making sucn itatemom: Juno Session, 1857. Ammor.. allowed eomnensatlon and exnensea lur utiviu$ .auuuvurK mi asiuiu, iv . ... 1. 1 U ,A ) .. .1, AA wm. omitu.auoweu lor repairing oriuge m oa lem township. 3 C.I Amount allowed for keeping E. Laird, a Lunatio one year, 60 00 .aw nf laves for the Tear 1857. for alt uoupty expenses, i4 mills on tneuouar. ' " Bridge purposes, 2-10 " ' Support of the poor, 6 10, " Total CnnntT Lew. 2 8 10 " Toai.h.v'B InattliitA nn netltlen nf f!o. Itnarrl nf Kx'rs, ard Teachers, allowed, 100 00 Trustees ot Springfield township allowed appro priation to repair two bridges, 60 00 imnimt allnwnfl Z. Ttflffan for niihllflhlno' nrono. sed amendments to Constitution, 48 00 Amt. allowed J. 8. Lowe for service) In part as Auditor, . 800 00 imt kllnvwl Brnwn A Ornnks for nulldlnffbrldsa on Lewis McCoy's Farm. 250 00 Amt. allowf d Trustees of Island Cre.k township tc build Drl age near vol. aiovjausun a, )0 w Special Session, August, 1857. kmc atlnerArl J Tf ftllnn. aheHff. avnanaea and services taking M- J. Plnkerton to a.ylum, 39 10 Amt. allowed N.S. Harris to build foot bildga . over Bbort vree, P w September Session, 1857. Am .llrv.l 1.MM Rivifr in renal On Ttnad In Island Creek townehlp, 80 00 Amt allowed Moses Joseph to assist In opening County road, 60 00 Amt allowed J. 8. Lowe aa Auditor, 838 16 ', James iica,iroy,er., lax erroneous- 1 aaMaaed.remlttMj. 16 87.8 Amt allowed Ueorge Webster, Clerk of Court, for m king report to bccoi state oi DirtDi.aeauu, and marrlaff 80 00 12 00 Amt allowed John A. Dehuff services as Com. Alexander Conn, U00 200 9 00, 4o ohn Irvine, snard fees in ease of rtate OI uuio ,1. a uuuib. ncurew, Amt allowed R. Owens for cleaning Court House attending trials, c Special Session, October, 1857. Amt allowed John 8. Patterson, for Insurance on Infinnarr buildings. 70 00 25 00 Amt allowed J. 8 Lowe, Aud. for making Jtatll- ucal report 01 births, deaths, Ac Special Session, November, 1857. Amt allowed N. B. Harris, additional to buUd foot bridge nver Short Creek , Amt allowed Truteea baline township, to repair 26 00 80 00 6 00 70 00 66 00 ttiver noau in fain townpnip, Amt allowed J. U. Kickey for survey and plan 01 urwe near nnungnai, Amt allowed Trustees Bnline townfhlp to lay new floor in Bridge over Yellow Creek, Amt allowed same to repair River Road in laid xowneuip, December Session, 1857. Amt allowed Supervisor for repairing bridge In Bteubenvilln Tow nvhlp. Amt allowed John Fisher taxes on burnt hone Amt allowed A. P. Cuppy to repair bridge oyer 24 08 9 40 20 00 Bbort Creek. Aint allowed Dr. John McCook for Surgical ope rations on ueorge Kennica pauper, residence uuanuwu, Amt allowed J. 8. Lowe services as Auditor, Amt allowed Jamea II. QUI, taxes on excess of 39 acres of Land, Taxes on County Fair Grounds remitted. Taxes collected from ths Uount Pleasant Branch 45 00 260 00 25 78 17 05 Bank In the rears 1851. 1862 and 1868. inclu 60 dins the interest ordered to be deposited In said Hank, aa ner sureetnenL amounting to 1.207 97 Count, 'e proportion of taxea collected from the Jenermn urancn Bans, in me years inel, 1D and 1863, Including Interest ordered to be de posited In said ttaukfjui per agrement,amoun tins to 2Jliai4 Amt allowed Trustees of feline Township to re pair HiverRned above Port Homer, 80 00 Amt allowed William Kerr, services ai Com'r. 12 00 600 8 00 Alexander uonn, u Special Session, December, 1857. Amt allowed J. 8. Hunter tor building bridge over shannon's Run, 887 Amt allowed James HeOormlck, Stephen Jones and A. W. Lltten, for superintending building above bridge, s 22 Amt al lowed Jobn Burns to repair river road In Wells township. 40 Amt allowed Andrew Robertson and Jacob Ault to repair road in Island Creek township, 26 Special Session, January, 1858. 400 60 7 00 16 Amount allowed Patriak ffllalr for bulluing bridue over Stewart's Run. 193 00 10 oo Amt allowed J. -R. H. Stewart for superintend ing building anove Bridge, Amt allowed Robert Klltoit for erecting tempo-. rary Bridge over Stewart's hua, Amt allowed John A. DehuS lervloee In attend ing meeting ot Oommiaskmara, Amt allowed J. 8. Lowe in part for services as Ao.litor, Amt allowed Wm Kerr lervlces as Com'r, - Alex Conn, " Jr Dalrymple, March Session, 1858. Amt allowed 3. M, Shane, for telegraphing M eaaeof Ohio vsCllne etal. ,, ... Amt allowea: M.C. Kimball for repairing bridge over Short Creek, . Amt allowed Trustee! of Warren township for building small bridge on river read below WarrentOB, . , Amt allowed Isaa Brock to repair road In Saline township, . . Amt allowed R. Owens for keeping acoount of coal lurnlabid Conntr. Amt allowed Jan. U. Bllna for procuring; Wit nesMs In the ease of Ohio vs Cllne, a 18 60 Amt allowed J f, Lowe In full aa Auditor to date 604 41 " Miller A Bherrard. for eervkea In procuring judgement vs Bteub A Ind.R. R. Co. 80 00 Amt allowed J. Al. Bhane fur services aJ oonuiel to Co. and Tp. offleer s tne eurreni year. xuv vu Amt alkrd Asa Ualaey for carriage hire for . Commlaaroners te vlail Infirmary. 8 00 Amt allowed Ira Dalrlmple for eertlceg as Com. 12 00 Aiex. uoru, IX uv Win. Kerr, , " U00 Speoial Session, April, 1S58, Amt allowed J. 8. Lowe for eervleea as Auditor, 00 (0 Trustees or (Heuoenvmetownauij, ta Mtiitlln hridir a over Welle Run. 100 00 250 00 Amt allowed Director of Infirmary for building (liable at Co. Infirmary, Amt allowed TruatmtaiStetibenvllle tp, to repair culvert at lower end fifth street. 11 00 4r0 12 00 6 00 10 00 Amt allowed M.T. Jobnaton, for Le' iTellng and evinff out Hrldse over Kbert Creek. Amt allowed Wm. Kerr, services aa Com'r, Aiex unnn, Ira DalximpM, Special Session, May, 1858. Amt allowed John Burns additional to repair river road in wells u vnsnin. 60 00 Amt allowed Trustees BteubenvllleTp. addition al for u mt alio looted, al for buildlnir bridireover Wells' Run. 26 00 Amt allowed KlTxabetu Barren, exoess taxes ool- 6 84 Amt allowed J. K. Sutherland's estate for offloe) rent, fuel and lights six months, Amount allowed J. B. Blinu, Sheriff, for tele graphing, Ac, in oase of prisoners breakiug jail, Amt allowed same for expense! guarding) ell, " ' 8. Milllron to repair riter toad in Saline township, Amt aowed Jaoob Ault to repair Bridge above Bteubeaville, 48 00 IS 01 60 00 26 00 8 00 Jieepret'uliy uDnmtra. ALEXANDER C01JN., WILLIAM KERR, IRA PALRIMPLE, Commissioners. Attest, J. S. LOWE, Aud. Jeff. Co. . The nndnrsfirned. aonointal br the Oonrt of Common Pleas, of jelerson County, to examine and Inveatin&te me ToreKoing report, ceriny tiiafc we una vuniaw and invesuaateu lue same ana nna it to De correct. . JAMliS MriliVlJN,' J. M. RICKEY, J. M. SHANE. New Way of Faying a Subscription, A correspondent of the Lagrange Whig gives the following amusing account of the way a farmer was taught how cheaply he could lake the papers. The lesson is worth pondering by a good many men we "wot pt." "You have hens at home of course. Well, I will send you my paper onn year, for the proceeds of a single hen for one season : merely the proceeds. It suems trifling, preposterous, to imagine the pro ducts ol a single hen will pay the sub ecripiinn ; perhaps it won't but I make the oner." "Done I" exclaimed Farmer B.; ", agree to it," and appeal to me as a witness to the stlair. The farmer went off apparently much elated with his ponquest ; the editor went on his war rejoicing. Time rolled around, and the world re volved on its axis, and ike sun moved in its orbit as it fo'rraerly did; the farmer received his paper regularly, and regaled himself with the information from it. lie not only knew the affairs of his own country, but btcarqe eqnversant upon tbt leading topics of the day, and the polit ical and financial convulsions of the times, his children delighted, too, in perusing the contents of their family visitor. In short, he said, "he was surprised at the piogress of himself and family in genera, information." Sometime in the month of September. I happened up again in the office, when who should enter but old friend, Farmer B.- "How do you do, Mr. B V said the editor, extending his hand, and his coun tenance lit up with a bland emile; "take a chair, sir, and be seated; fine weather we have." "Yes, quite fine indeed," he answered, shaking the proffered "paw" of the editor; and ihen a short silence ensued, during which our friend B. hitched his chair backward and forward, and twirled his thumbs abstractedly, and spit profusely. Starting up quickly, he said, addressing the editor, "Mr. p., I have brought you the proceeds of that hen." It was amusing to see the peculiar ex pression of the editor as he followed the farmer down to the wagon. I could bard ly keep my risibles down. When at the wagon, the farmer com menced handing over to the editor the products of the hen, which on being count ed, amounted to eighteen pullets worth a shilling each, and a number of dozen eggs, making in the aggregate, at the least cal culation, 48 2 50, one dollar more than the price of the paper. "No need," eaid he, "of men not ta king a family newspaper, and paying for it too.: 1 don't miss this from my roost, yet I have paid for a years subscription, and a dollar over. All folly, sir ; there is no man but can take a paper ; it's char ity you know, commences at borne." But." resumed the editor. " I will sav for what is over the subscription. I did not intend this as means of profit, but rather to convince you. I will pay for" " Not a bit of it, sir ; a bargain is a bars-am, and I am already paid, 6ir, -dott bly paid, sir, And whenever a neighbor makes the complaint I did, I will relate to him the hen story, uood day, Gen tlemen." Who axe the Paupers and Criminals Where do. they Come From. The New York correspondent of the National Intelligencer, in bis letter . of the 17th instant, makes the following startling announcement : "The General Superintendent of Police in his-report for the last quarter, 'State$ it as a vgnificant fact that, by the re turns whuh accompanied the report, it appeared that in the city of New Fork out of the whole number of persons ar retted (FOURTEEN THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED AND NINETY-NINE,) uu 60 60 00 00 ELEVEN THOUSAND EIGHT HUN DRED AND FIFTY-FIVE, were of foreign, origin. AGAINST TWO THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND FORTY-FOUR native bornt and that in the dtxi of Brooklyn, out of TWO THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED AND NINETY SEVEN, who were arrested TWO THOUSAND THREE. HUN DRED AND FIFTY-EIGHT were oo foreign birth, and SIX HUNDRED 3oo AND NINE naHves of the United I Bt..M ,1 80 oo otweev i ; 4 CO 4 00 And yet with .hundreds of equally au theniic statements staring us in the face, ultitudes of intelligent American citizens a m . 3i is for personal aggrandizement, are pander ' ' I : . - . .1.:. . t . tug iu line lunse ui crnuu uuu yuuuciwiu 13 28 10 00 00 tp 'or mere party purposes, ana irequently which hat baen thrown upon our shores from the prison and pest house of Old World, merely to secure their voles and to foist them to power and to place, -.Wash. Amer foe Interim Z. EAOAK, Editor iaT33TT33I3rjX7"IXsXjr:. WEDNESDAY,. . JUNE 23, 1858. Congressional Candidates. -A oood writer in the Herald of the 10th inat., who signs himself "A Voter," edi fies the readers of that paper with a labor ed production, attempting to show that it is highly important to the success of the cause of freedom that Hon. John A. Bingham receive the nomination at the band of the Republican Convention, and be returned to Congress, for a third term. He admits the propriety of rotation in pfHce, as a general rule, but denies its applicability in this particular case. And what is this case ? By the great upheaving of political parlies which occurred four years ago, through the powerful agency of the Amer ican organization, Mr. Bingham was thrown to the surface, and by that parly elected to Congress by a majority of 4000 votes over bis opponent ; and that in a Democratic district of 1500 majority. Both candidates were regarded as anti slavery, and hi opponent, at that time. was able to show quite the cleaner record of the two on ths question of Slavery But Mr. Stuart had rendered himself obnoxious to the American party, and Mr. Bingham bad united with the older, and obligated himself to sustain its princi ples. Hence the preference lo Mr. B. Me took his seat ill Congress, and from that day, we have not heard of his having utteied one word in favor of any of the principles or measures which distinguish ed that party from the other political or ganizations of the day, It is not forgotten that when Humphrey Marshall, of Kentucky, submitted a pro position, in Congress, for the modification of ths naturalization laws, Mr. Bingham, made it quite convenient to be absent from his seat, and his name does not ap pear in that connection. -Two years ago, Mr. B. was a candidate for a second term. II is opponent was a young man who never had made his mark in the world of politics; the majority for Mr. B. was reduced about 2300 ; and at a time too, when the Slavery question was at its highest pitch. With these facts and figures before us, we ask : Is it wise, is it politic, to give Mr. Bingham the nomination for a third term, in direct violation of an established rule ? and if we are correctly informed, in violation of the most unequivocal pled ge given by him. and by his .friends of Harrison-county, at the Convention four years ago, that, " under no circumstan ces, would he be a candidate in 1858, if successful at that time." The Herald devotes nearly a column to the advocacy of Mr. Bingham's aspira lions, and reiterates the argument, drawn from the false premises, that the South does not regard the practice of rotation in office, and claims that the principle of rotation has a corrupting influence mongst politicians. If the Herald's hy pothesis be correct, it would seem to fol- ow as a legitimate conclusion, that south ern polilipians are remarkably pure and disinterested, while from the north, our representatives are exceedingly corrupt and selfish ; and all this in consequence ot rotation in office. If this be good lo gic, we suppose that Herod and Call i- gula, the Popes and Cardinals, the Au- ticrats and Tyrants, the Kings and Lords of despotic Europe, must have been, and still are, very pure and disinterested men. Our doctrine extends the rotation prin ciple beyond that of men ; it is equally applicable to counlieB composing a district n that view of the mailer, how does the case stand ? . Harrison county baa had the honor of the Representative of the District for four years, and now it is mo destly suggested by the Organ of that county, and endorsed by the Herald of this, that Mr., Bingham, his quandom friend, be sent back to Congress, for a couple more years III We suppose, at the expiration of , that time, our friend of the Jlepuhlkan, for the benefit of the good cause, would be likely to nuggesl the propriety .of giving his neighbor a fourth term.''' The Buckeye State, of Columbiana county, has suggested the name ot S. L Wadsworth, Esqr., a talented luwyer, and a true Republican. The Car roll ton Free Press proposes the name of Gen E. R. Em-a gentleman well quail tied for the position ; while Jefferson cuunty, has not, as' yet, presented any candidate. It U to be hoped, however that the American and Republican of ibis county, will not be gulled by the de claration of the Organ in the interest of Mr, Bingham, that by general consent he is the Nominee of the party, Our unso licited correspondence -peak a very dif of ferent language. We are sorry to be under the necessity of thu treating this delicate subject. We should have been silent upon the question of preference, so far a our paper i con cerncd, if the Cadi Republican, and Steubenville Herald had not, in an uncal Uil for manner, invite! uch a discussion ' FormsDjyeir we have been unflinch the ing in our advocacy, of the anti-slavery principle, and we still intend to advocate it with Increased ardor ; but we have yet to learn, that a man should eternal or stultify himself upon all other questions, in order to be sound on the slavery ques tion. With Mr.Bingham.we havehad the hon or of being upon terms of personal and political friendship, and we desire still .to be, but we must say, in all kinduess, that we desire that he may be relieved, at the expiration of hi present term, of the toils and responsibilities, of his present posi tion, and be succeeded by a sound Amer ican Anti- Slavery Representative. The, United States and Great Britain. Every once in about so long time, Great Britain manages to stir up tome tort of a "breeze" with the United State. Just twenty years ago, the two countries were within an ace of going to war with each other about a atrip of land on our northeastern boundary. Scarcely was this amicably settled, before the imprison ment of M'Lepd by our government, growing out of ifee burning of the Steam er Caroline by the British during the Canadian rebellion, again opened the diplomatic war between the two govern menis, and a resort to arms seemed ine vitable, till the acquittal of M'Leod pqt this question at rest. Then came the disputes successively, about the north western boundary, the right of search and lastly the fisheries. Anu now we find John Bull determined again to poke his nose into all onr vessels just when and where he pleases. Whether it is that the pugnacious old gentleman gets his ill blood excited in some other quarter and pomes to spit his spite out on the United Slates, or some other inexplicable cause, it makes but little difference, so long as it is true that he does it. That Uncle Sam will stand no Euch nonsense as having bis vessels made a mark for British pop guns, and ransacked from deck to keelson at the pleasure of every bullying Lieutenant that takes a whim to do so, is just as plain as sunrise. He has already remonstrated against it, and has sent two or three men of-war to protect our commerce Before this scrape blows over, the pa pers will doubtless be filled with all sorts of rumor of war ; Jobn Bull will fret fume and bluster in his characteristic style, and then issue instructions to his cruisers to mind their own business and leave Uncle Sam and his children to pur sue theirs unmolested. England knows better than to provoke a war with the United States. Two whippings from this side of the water, ought to satisfy her for one century, at least, and it will. Besides lhat, she has her hands full now. I he Eastern war cost her millions of tieaaure, and the loss of thousands of her subjects, followed di- nu.. .1 i. t.i: ...i.i.u ...:n recuy y uia revuu ... i.iuia, wiuou wm, uuiuro bud goia wen uiruun wivu n, her twice as much more ; add to this the prospect, remote though it may be, of a rupture with France, and England will not have much heart to proceed to ex tremities with the United Slates, or to provoke a quarrel in any new quarter. But setting all these considerations aside we should as soon think of Maine waging war with Massachusetts, as Great Britain with the United States. It is here he gets her cotton, and litre she finds a valuable market for her manufactured goods. We supply her with flour,grain, , ., , r 1 . andother amcles of daily consumption ; and the cutting off of these would be to I l!t at. I a - Lla ner ime ine i i a man oi ni "gQM arm. ' ' Whatever other result, may grow out t .a . I. . At of this unwarrantavle assumption on the pari oi ureai uniain, 11 win not oe a war with the United State. But war or no war, a stop should be put at once to the violation of our national fla,and honor -r , by British cruisers, even though it should involve tho Bending one of the latter to the bottom. The slave trade, out of t f i- -il. t-- - ?-t.- i wnica an una miscniei grows, snouia oe nrnr.orla,i n.ini . r,i,w . r.,n vo.coi. proceeded against as piracy; but vessels in the pursuit of lawful commerce under the flag of the United States, must and will be protected from unwairantable in terference, even though it should become necessary to administer to John Bull whipping No. 3. Pk S. Since the above was written, we hate ll. nuafaclorjr information thai, isiacioruy -aajusteu, wunouiany eenous irouoe. It is reported in Washington that the advices from England, by the Asia, are highly conciliatory to our Government, and. ' make for peace." Lord Derby the premier, is disposed to make ample reparation for the courso pursued by the British cruisers, Guernsey County. Tho Republican of this county, at ' we learn from the J tmes, have chosen the following gen . 0 e tlemen to represent them m the 13th of July State Convention : Isaao Mononr Cainbridge: W. K. Gooderl, Washington Dr. J. McPherson, Fairview: B. L. Meade, Millwood. The alternate are : L. Burris, Alfred Skinner, Morris Morion and Jos. G. Webster. The delegates are also authorized to from Muskingum e Belmont T e, ueimoni, nar- meet with the delegates Morgan, Noble, Monroe. providing majority of the countie composing the district. JBTThe wheat crop is said to be 0- nously injured by the fly in Wasnincton, Knox, Clay, and Gibson countie India na. The Bible Cause in Jefferson County. The attention of the pastor 01 euurcnes cooperating with the American Bible So- ciety and the friends and patron of the Bible cause generally.in Jefferson county, is earnestly .olicitod to the following plan of operation proposed for adoption upon my field, which comprise, twenty-five of the eastern counties of Ohio. The plan is not set on foot a a matter of experiment, I for it is a tried plan, and whereiiver iiArttAfi hao hAAn attanripri with Hit Urinal I flattering results.' It i known to most of of those acquainted with the operation of our County Bible Societies, that many of them have sustained for year but a lan- guishing existence, and this state of stag- i . . . - nonnv nna noon m a rrrpni ATEAfii Owiuw iu i . j B. - I the inefficiency of the .ystem by w ich they have been u8tained-!arge numbers of churches being left from year to year unsolicited in behalf of this common and needy cause. I The general agent could from the ne- f .t. u .iA . :w but few of them in the course of , given year, the extent of his field allowing him at most but two sabbath to a given coun- . It i true that to a limited extent this I a deficiency has been made up by the vol. untary efforts of pastor who have attend- ed to the cause in the absence of an agent, yet to how limited an extent this deficien- cy has been met by them, may be seen by the report sent in, which show that not one church in five ha been solicited in behalf of the Bible eause by them with- in the nast three vears. Indeed it would be unreasonable to expect that pastors should carry upon their shoulders every object of chrisiran beneficence, especially those which, like this, require vastly more labor than the mere presentation pf its claims to a public congregation: We have long felt the need of a more efficient system than this-one which will bring the claims of the Bible cause personally before men, and which will roach all the churchea instead of only an occasional one. By such a plan thoroughly system- atized, all our County Societies may be made efficient and useful auxiliaries of the parent Society. . We propose then the following plan of operations which with the cooperation of pastors and churches cannot fail, we be- lieve, of increasing tho activity of all our societies. A happy illustration of its workings, maybe found in the recent returns for . fi , f gt , f ,mi . ... h t ... . ,f the nnnintinr. .nA . tnnrlu nf ftf 0hi Ui Iem;tlance, i,avo beea lhiTd ,, tuB unr. ti,. ,u. . . , a1tributable to the efficieney of ""'"V J the By8lempUr8Ued, (abating of course, indomitable energy of the general agent there, who gives motive power to the whole.) We propose essentially the , -rr Ml -.1. il. same system here. We will, with the cooperation of pastors and people, to which we look with confidence, plant a Bible Society in every township which 44 be , ..o .( Go. b.u. y ra h Penb.ung wonu. wo uupc to make these Societies so many streams of life nnurinor in their vearlv treasures to L. count Societ. l0 Wllich. ihev are mftde anxili 6nd thu9 renderlnir it a morfl emcienffiean9 of UBefulne- ,n Bending God.g word 8broad. 0ur plan fimher oontemplates the yearly visitation 0f the branch Societies by a co-agent who -n 1 1 .i lL . . . , I wet a 11 ArliUaaa ihAm nnrMi iha rrraol in nvAafa !f lhfl cftU8fl lhev tut)J)7 them I ri y WA)ea BnJ Te6lainenl8 and make collec fin. in u-u-if nf thn snp;nt,. w nrn. , furUier syBtemiZation of the work L the aDD0;ntnient of a local voluntary STZ oKoii iu bwo.v urawi W.IUVI iiium u. bound( of ,he Bevera, Societio8 whose duty it shall be to make yearly collection for ,he cauae and , ,he destilule s u-,t. wl 0 D Pagtor8 Brethrer, ftnd frion(8 of thel "n;hle! Wa commend thifl nobia work ta v0 iA tha hone that vou wili render kMH4 .d .id nu.m. cessary to give it success. Without it, the new Jefferson County Bible Socioty soon to be organized, will inevitably sink to decay ; with it, it may be a lasting . w .,.,' . ..u Th, ,,:,., r red t0 vi8it lhe churche8 a58ist in the nrrariization of branch Societies and soli- -j fo. thfl cout t commend Uim f ,ua .mnfV;oa nf y PKr;olia public, hoping he" may receive a helping hand from all pastors and churches upon , , ill i il whom hi duties may lead him to call. n n tr. a0, a n s' rZrn niL t- 4agVUV aatl fl 41w aaVal aaw erv M V MIVI i:,,i utisil tx a wuui uaav isiiiiw,a iiivid German boy, about nine years old, named Theodore Scharf, residing on the eastern hri f T.olr .t rmt. tn.n . amnii ai pari oi AiBno si,, cue tutu a miiau puni Ur the Marine Hospital, and pushed out into the lake. After paddling out a .v. boy Was thrown into the lake. ' A large Newfoundland dog which had been watching the boat from the bank, fprang . t , lit - v 6 J BUfcff dod iD reach,in8 -e b7 M. h r" S'nk,'ng l Al lul l'me. briDg'D? b'm' safety to he shore. After 8avmir (ho bov the noble animal , ... , , , BhAfttr him.filf MMrV mnrlA (T .lwn IhA Blushing. Blushing is said to De . ... . 1 . I l . sign that something ot tne angei is ten woman, i, beiutiful w the eye, anu oespean . . . w 1 ing the inwara.puniy oi mo near.. When a woman cease to blush, she has a a. j J - 1 . lost her greatest charm. How Mr. Buohanan Time is Ocoupied o tmun near i me great fatigue to which the Presidont is ubjected, and the consequent injury to bis health from ova. - tsung u the W nw n, V"3' uora -'a- vur.m, v. un, "'Ta t ' ', v ' " ., ftn(1 .P.an,inf. .v. nr0 ftf the iotoQ appointment. He find it - a.i.nMAln liiffitiilt in apt tl.A viirhl irint men for the right place. Mr. Slidell, l Louisiana, is in.iP w ena w'ould nk9 much ,b aen4 nim tfcere jjtBt siidelli a very charm- ing person, and would do the honor of , it., rt.t,.t ' in mennni that wmiM hat lima vvuit iu m luauuv. w. w v ;,. il. rT:.J Oi.i.. li t pogU - on thran u he Senalor anJ M$ charming and accomplished lady. - Washington, however, would in that event . lose one ol it brightest ornament ana , A f...!aai!nM nnrl akrl11tnt-f n a es a ja. . m tt " B . ll must ue OAuecuiuRiy KitiiJ'i'K .uiuo , to,1,n8 m,11,on8' wLt! have, bfD for raor9 Wf J wf W for b6" " "nu " u'uu w .tu"' VUU4U " I KUUW vital vur vuuiiHjf io tv uu icjioccutou l.a i.- .r i?..n. t... ,r. ",0 w , 0t" 'V "J. ,","u"- I I Mt? a tf . , , ; , , , , ",u ine "aru UttUUCU ,ueH 0ieu for Mr. Buchanan, suppose that their .... miere9,s woniu 08 nBB,ecieu lor wani 01 lime 10 attend ,0 them Mr D' WM . findinS oul e Prelties! women to rePro' . 8ent him at the CourU of European mon . arollB 1 wouia De we Ior men 01 8en8a w . wal our government differ "v,u """'j t fw ' found eana to force Congress, into sub, n"88'- when they attempt to oppow bis arbilrary neaurei. He punishes ry on0 of h"9 Parl7 who dares to e' Pre88 an Pinion noppo'ion to hi own, nd in a tim wLon the .whole country ia suffering from embarrassment, and want of employment, his Administration haa . increased ihe expenses of the government t0 niDe,y millions or more. ... men h are working for sixty cenly 8 day and takinH Pay in provisions an(1 8tora good8 ba "''-fied with thai , kind of Democracy,' which sends gilded' PP"ijaw to, represent our government in tl,e saloons of .Kings and Emperow, and dance PoIkas and MazurkB with the- pampered children of Royalty ? There will not be half the money paid to working men uuring we present year, tnanney. would receivo if they were fully employed at regular wages, but the pay of officers. of our Demoaratio government is not reduced in the least, The power and splendor of the Gov. ernment M0 constantly increasing, while I.. .t i. ; cnu" poP'e is uaiiy grow I" wor88 BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. VV iBUlunvnu PiTif Tuna 9fl . Pnl " flBnvwt, villi vuiiw -jv. vuu Kane arriyed here ,a8t nighl briDginft dispatches from Guv. Cumming, whom he leit at Camp Scott, on the 16th ot May ,Tney were delivered to the Presi-. J certainod that many of the accounts wUr. which the public mind ha been pre occupied are erroneous, and calculated y deceive the country in respect to Utah. 'tSLliJT T!Sh 1. W VUHIUIUlllliOlO Wlllll HID UI CCS, Ik IS un(ler8lood that Kane denied the truth of ihe telegraphic announcement from Boon- .1 . .1 II Tllie mumaung mat ine army wouia uuvo uu iuu urnvai ui u e ueuuo cum ! I icuuootGu v iiuotia vruoio a o uuui orders shall be received from Washington. Contrary to.renorts w delv circulated. Kanedoes not admit that there have been a"y 8UC , barmoTny between Goy. Cum a.ngQen.Jooadi Ine pUDiio iniere8i , no speaiis in euiogisuo term9 of john80n and high Btate of discipline which the latter maintained over his forces, and of the praise worthy Bnihit mmnlainail hir lha flrmv Hneiniv f ha "r" "" """"6 winter. The friends of the administration , . ,.ft mann n which he is understood to allude to the conduct of Cumming, saying that he is SSS&TS. wherei lhat lhe war was at an end; a peace party has been formed, and waa sufficiently strong in time to arrest the L -fit. - 4f A m r ine lu??? ,oro" B.Sain" " I Ainri T.aoI fttMunn 1 1 nrra ilia m wi a naiAii on. UU .King it w.. tto impreMior. this respect, be able to maintain hi poei- tion ; there, wa at one time stronff op. position to him before the emigration waa J resolved upon-; but, ever since.this feeling- of h08t,,Uy ha8 been BUbBld,Dg- flreMUUiM, T..MA 1?1im t - ..--a- I vinwnnaii. v uiio i7, l .uui iq veil . , . ... h . , . p .e"ce ! tbe Fices are nominal The receipts ire increasing, Whisky is un- chanced; sales of 600 bbls aL20ic, closinr . ,, . . , ,, r. I d""- ,Pr?vLif,0",n areDdu11 ' R?e" Poff '! ffed at $15,50; Bacon, sides told I at 7.0. Lard is worth about 10c though It . ,, . . , . .V. , S sold with difficulty at thi. ra e. Com w dull and drooping; the receipts are bet- wr. Td,p,b Plopemeet. Qaita an ex- citemenl prevailed at Holly Spring, ooii, ..u u Tu AllDO VH wwi Mivi vouoeu , V J AA elopement of three young men of that, Vo with three student of the Female oll A dispatch from Summerville, .r..8 ,1... u.j ... soiiu., oitticu luui mo ruilBwaya uuu m- ..... . - . .nnllia. I..!!. ll- ClnlA nf T.niliRlAn9? a r. ,i (u.n nnrtihn nf UO UlllCl 11UIU IUO BUlll" in ' I ATA 1BJB 1 L7 LSI . . - , I ' mi . .1 fi ..J AVI. uL..l i he wet weatner is ruBiing me whom badly in many Jopaljtie throughout he west.