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BAHTLEV, ofliicl.latJ. ATTpfixriv c.T:xr.RAt., ' OfORGE W. VcCCK, .r J. m-ncn. i:dT!D or pniuc nor.x WAYKE 0ai8W0l9.on'i'!!4atro?. IMCMJIMIISM. . On Wedtiosd.-y night Ins', soma do ruon in bm.ian fi'trt probably, r.fe.tipte I te burn tho Boot on md Shoo an 1 1 0. Ev-ins, uhi. !i r tlm -same roof, on Iwcllin,? of Richor. vt i.t. nnn ninli 1 11 n rt uiiorhi'mfilrrl unl Lawrence StrveK Uy starling a fire b?twe:u the weaslior - boardins TMftbo pound, wbi.h btur.eJ up between the studdiuq until it reached r,o beam of the ioor.burnfn.S out the thin- on the inside, nnd ventherboar- diru on the ouL-idc w,.n it wo, dis.-ov- ered bv Mi. Kvons l.iuit.i'.f who Wiis lcninin the drpnrtmenl directly a - I.r.vt- with the wimlnw open un I was a- Avj.keV;ed by the smoke that was passing A4ei;eu ly in lit the window. The crv of lire soon Lroht heln cue .'-h to ouia: the Hiiusi - that were rnnkinc coriHi.Wi.We be.ndwny :..,.'r .m 1,nv Lw..!-.-.! tl, ttbolf- i.i ruin. ' ci Mis'picuons arc enter-' Gained os m the author ofttie mischief. TlIf3tlC), Jirild 2l IK.IJ tJom think .tie reject must have been 10 suppose I to h.-.ve their run mostly make mo nfrtiUasan opportunity to try ! occupied in the study of d'ninc law, but to lireak'tho jai!; to liberate somi nolo jit ''f;s n'" csjtmlly apply lo ..titers con jipns scoundrels confined ibere: others 1 v.-rsuiil with human laws, tint have .Hint n wi.sh to st..ul from sonic of t,..;mouif.'8teI an.l still manife.it a disposi : Hear by, tl.tt miclit happen tobp''" ("shrink from r-sponsibillty in this left unirunrdcd, jiiompted the c:. jtno'-tcr. : JIethnt'w;u!d. ih-i en lnnscr tbo lives' . We now af to "insider," oar col- f n faraily hi iheir miiruiirdu-l midnidii '. .repose was deserving the futc of tlio uu fortunate Paiie; Tfnv Rolliag: Mill Decided I pnti. Wo .saw a letter on Saturday last, from one oftbc Zansvillo Rolling Mill Co. to Julio Campbell of ibis place, sta ling riiat (ho company had decided up- .in erecting (licir mill in this place for , am nipnuiaciuro qj unroa;i iron, oi o't.c!ti Havim?' in.ierte l a small iron .capacity to make, at least fifty tons per1 b()t j(1 , crlck j cciin!r-t nn, tied -.lay. 'This will doubtlessadd in itiewHyliislion.lle...liiof fln , a pckc of ct operatives and thei: families, together L c ,CrC p;acc, y$ chair upon .with the mechanical and manufacturing l,li3blin! colilllo it oni, f,4.ening.!19 rope coniiiigcuci -ii growins oui oi us erection, ' ii i iT? n Ipnsl rnlr.itntiftn nno tti Aim-in l .n & .Oiir population. , , This is another item of information rhBt interests .very body in this section of country. The facilities f r the manu-! -ture of iron in this place are nnrivall-j ed, .The rapid increase of population is ' opening up a new.ld for entcrpri.,e toj W -citizens throughout the country, and! .,!0P! -Vv wilUnsasc heartily in tlw . u u'""tB 03 c -mand a fair pr.ee in market. A few in- dividurfls weil informed upon the subject .iould make' it veiy prefitable to raise poultry, s thickens and eggs demand a high price, u I not half enough inn b .!lt!.lr,ft I M. nnv nrtrn - it, 1 I !rt ... j , ' " ' "', the production of garden vegetables sny iM ,, , ' , ' number could bo nrofitab y omplovc.l ,. .. ' 1 ' 1 that may have a mind to engago 111 the tJuci.ioss. i- We hope our farmers will' . 1 1 - consult their own intcro.-t in theso mat- ters and try to get belter roa Is to lessen, mlonrholy habit and altogether ca'.cu - tho totit of transportation ao lhat thopri-j I;i,0 ! t0 r;xci:o. the sympathy cf those ,? l'ui'c Pfo-Iuetions will afford; w10 .avc hearts to feel for the woes and .lli'jja a still better rrifii upon the invest -went The PostOmrK-oflraittonf Tlio delay In he feccpiicti oftheejmmWon of a new aptninu-i; is becim'n into'emMe'. , We believe that sov. wl of toe roniesUn's hsvo wilbjrairsi froia the tsek-kevin' n np'-i, -fietJ W tkoi Orv. rf! ieTiKS: mgbtr We p hi' PCory; hope ' itnUcrvniTwe "$ now In Uie vsrybest rf iwnds, an.i miy i rs -.j Vcivetlus ctow'n kecp: th4 breath of lift: in rtt." tlurry npt,e.UU Uepartm,.r.: ' - Wp tciVtUriVa.Siuivon of the Pii)g - . ister. our thanks for tho above notice of. us in' his pnper,-at tho tome time wej wriccruly regftt ifint. the delay in the re- . ception.oi an .appointment lor any one! ;of, ;the -oppHcitntSr.. should , become to ! him iit!ieab!c. Far -oursclf we havo 0 Tidt laborra under'uny rtcpro:ior of spi. '""Tts. 'or Onxietrof m'iiJ that haa made ..our m,c.als nny.iesspalatable our sloop ; less refrufcbirig,, ot ui dreams any less enchanting and delightful to tbo imagi riatWnV;l, Ort,'tbef contrary",' wo proffer t, j;i,i . .1.1:.. . -slesirod, malca the delay cs in lo.er80ie.tooor,itin(l lucnil wiih tho ps tff ne;that from our k nowle Jge of; the firlaihtyof offt'ettrf endowmcnt.v.-c arc' .a.liCgJf thne.ast p'6ji(cy U (0. "Veop t&q& 'iQhii bat- lifovlior. Silioni will adept oinjdvirelw.b becoine aiore: patient, we mny be allowed lo wish that 2iia s'in.lc.1? roayiicvir ie less. .' a. 1 tf . . . .. . P. jS.-iiu'C writing live nb iva ' llm nticjvn tlio Time boa cbnio (o hand wiih no 'editorial intimating thut.n pnrtioii or the "population" ouht not to harangue t ho citizens!! weekly on tho Moino Low but go m work uml execute tbo present i lw. isow II tlio rrosccuiing uorney. 'cf L'nwreilice Co.", wbctlicr he I n "ciii .1 i ..'. . ..... 1.f ' ir.cnrr nmv one oi me ocipuiBiiuii. ., , ' . . , ,. . ' Would OIlIV COOlCCCO Willi till DCW OftU : . . . , . . i Tlltr.I.0' illOVrm'.'nl IrOHl WilllOUt Wllflt 0 ; . . . , ... . . clorinus timJ ua tdioiiM Itnvo in Iron ton. 1 f , ,,. f .., (1,.,,:."r I.c im hnr.inuos ot dm "notorious por- . iiijii of tlic population diu away, while . iIlt citrjtcr.a tuvr. event vrsTioE or ; the i iQioji tivathc ccito.vd rnr con- ' SQV..ir. UKJT3 Cf TBC TOtTJt. i Ixsint.a. i Tin V) po?trcr'pt to r.u equal 1 1 ni2ta:it orticlc in '.b? lar,; Kocutor, ' (icmou is i pnsin j noiica, Tlio first cs j fuiupu'.'ii in ilio context that Hits "T;bis iniln:t:ei" limiho listust,ion of tho sub j';ct of Jlai'iC Law oitht lo cca.i, i." jb u.itr,?p;i:f!itr.ion, nnl concvivatia ' only b ih.'jc who are so nbs?ibij I in one ' I .If a t!ut they cannot c.'mp'jliciid how i pon-0'.is! niiiy bi corryin r-1 tv.-o brnrjclt ts of ibe same bnt.'ij'j.M '" tb namu time, ! to wit: " precept .;, tin 1 The p-.-rsonaJ iil-ni i-j eq-.ally un- jti-ii, unb.Tfininj, on I ti.i;:?t!'! :inaii- ; iy. r.s .hu " Pro cru'.in,; At:o.r.y" liar, ' A-iu.bi.y pr-rff.c.I Uist.uty upon tli:jl;rc pf Qir ar,;(.i,,.v,,ili ; -.bjert, in ibe protrciitiou of u 11 faces ' ... Mhat rr.uld be sustnn.c.1 t.y law, wiiunii j h k'ow(d?..., Rom.:? on exnmple, m 1 li!'etio.i from tl.osc ultra indi - j vi iuuls tl.m have oaly dealt in precept, ! Tii, laMrlaust- quoting the word ' no - ! tortoa" uppl..:al.le to Uk.-o who l.avo b,Mi l.aMa-suivr upon this simj-et as n diftinrt orjniilzntiort from the en-.-ra 1 citinship, is M-uiiieant of il.e whole 1 enur-'i -m.i tenor oi me proce. uurc oi : . i , . r . . i , i . i i . i .i h ttc '.pltinel, mil virtually j ) - '' :!;c our l "rl in d:s : and it is the duty id "on i-iors an 1 doubt- ! WK nf d''''ic''! eenile.r.e:! win "''ns i-rc open lo ch sides ..f th.s, or any oilier qnrsiion of general uiility, and that we do not seok to blilla discussion .upon any subject, but rather rej'jico to scj it adopted us a nieni.s oorriving at "truth" which "is mighty ond will prevail ." Suicide ill Prison. On Friday morning tho lTih ins!. B R inl,G KM fonn, Aetti in bis have swung himself olT by stepping out of tho chair as one foot was still rcrtiog on it. The jailor found his cnll door .,ork(n,,, ,,y blinkcl hun? up in lIie mornin,. ,)llt u3 ,,e hm, becn in the jnbit of su,JJUi,llllU B b,Bnkcl nt tho ,00r ad ccp;n, ,;n bMahfas, his situation was nolil;sw.,:ro , ,m lhat lhll3. , a ,cltcr 0 J((1,fl p,ck ,,, n38v!rtc., ,;3 innocence of an.r .ricnlion t0. commit ,ho Cllus0, (trnn d larceny in ntlemnii.m to run off ..,.. uut , ,,.n,e. bv ,vav of the river) w. th wliicb !io v.-.is charjied, but said he was cmpioyo 1 lo do so by nnotlif.r in a n not knowing but that his employer was the owner of tho lumber - '. He lurllier state I he Im.l bwn sui'iectto . , , . , .- . , , partial deinnniiieiit at Lines and bad . , , in .1 r 1 . injured himself by the ns,o of ardent snir- ... He was n man rf considerable intelli- ntr nn I i.as.i irnnd Ailnnfi I inn fC n I u:;i t u i i i 1 1 vmu iitt-ni, u missries of the unfortunate. The coroners inquest returned a ver dict of death bv hu:i''in,?. Our neighbors of the R.;gisi..-r in com moiiiiii'r trim an incidental remark of: ' ' , , , '"l"1 , f ldl,ns ' l",v0 ,!'3 hr?Jl numbcr of by till 0 Ids." How much, or how nn-ny this rn tiiis we know not, 'but fuppoto' It to be in lefiniie. Now Qur conc wctt. Urawn in ibis wise p,.r?0;is wishing to odvertise in the phice came 10 our office and inquired ihe number of our circulation, and re- ceived a correct answer, and said in re- ply that "mat uu3 monj than they said tny tia.t attno o'.i.er out;o. e tnat as it may, the circulation of the papers is .1 tt-.i 1 Y a ri t not materially different in numbers, but is .sufficiently .largo to render it the best investment for the amount that any busi ness man can rankc' to advertise' his business corispicuosly in both. In this last p.ittk:uinr,8ltljough. we have not con suited our neighbors, we take tho respon sibility to saywoare unnuimsusly. agreed. Tbo Meigs County Telegraph says it is thought by' many that' Wilson Cot jilj, the man who has been misse l from "yilksville, .Viritoa Co., for ' a month nasCrtih ow-ny 'designedly,-on I thai ho took another roart'a wiftf i-nrilh hkn. Tins oditor states that no one believes tbi missini man was inurderoj. Uiiii hiise hi been linrivnn.l gnno a jiftln, on he rwiniy' l:fi miniM, i.s sup posed by the best otinuites cdn he made nboiit $8,000,; by tlie opDrution. Woj forboor on attempt to dencribo tlio ninni fcsiotioiiw ofiboduy.or to make nny com - pardons botwoen ilium ond wluU wo; would cniicipnte from nn cD'ort to inuko n demontnrotion in beboHof onto ub ject of general utility, kt tho compori' son rbould prove prejudicial to tho btatc of soe'ety in which we Mibsin. - 8n l to propound some questions for tho Tl:o day paaed offinoro quiet than u coiis,iJeratio:i ofthoso prrsons, and, cs sual oil such ocensionf, cs ihcro was' pcciully, of tbo stump speckers, clerical piobably somo firo vt tx ibounnd poo- Lml lay, and editors of public pnpors plo in town that day, nnd but ono sciious wlio have lately ma le.or sought to make aTray by slabbing, and iome two or three ' themselves eotispkuovs, not to say nolo- com:iuita!?lor '.'.ruckeiiatss and disorder iy conduct. It was o e!a day br tho colored pop- ulction from the otlioi side of tlio fiver, who came over by scores Unt and partisan views on this nubjoct, 'To:celho One Morse than- i" os to closa their eav3 to tho 'still smnll The Iron Tl.ilroa l, transpied over voice of iru'V 1 be- leave, respectfully thsir road on Thursday last OOO passen' n tu.'cst the truo idea of temperance, gors. nn.l o:i the follow!. day butwocn ' ni"' tno nuthrhy upon which it rests, two and three l.undrcl. Uhen it is re-1 namely, that it is mcdsrUlon in tho vse , iiicmbtreJ that tl.u roaJ is but about 13 the proper u?o employment, nnd enjoy miles i,i lr,n.-tli, and running thr..ticli i raentor our appetihv, parsiona, on I very i on ih section of country, this will' fixities, iiuliidin.i; those or the U-nguc lhoj(j hJ.,J OIO ,urh(jl u,sjJ) ,lo.vnf an,i tra listin-uisho 1 from the el vse of any J t,0 ..,.,,1, pjarfcS llia,lfl smooth" to biinSj i"i i "H ihe'ej and thai it vests as it's ,on ,Q fiy nnJ onf f(ir(,i(j ma..u,-ac'.'t.'y tru;-bnfis, upon tlu same authority jvc sor.ie i.iea ol tWu manner ui wtucii , :', . . ., , s.tnnJin5 a rr-rt amount of l.i.rinrrs ha. j !"'(.. dono. 1 ho ju Ijo ts occupying hi - 1 sent from 11 t.. 12 hour p.lay. ondd.. - ; -..-." .... j-.v,,,,.,... 1 comme.i lablo. W c lit w bad w?JM1M1y ,,r.-matol by any con etnlit n- lecllns oi eruernl approbnti'iii of t!m approb I ,-.,. ,.,n,i... of hiii-charv'tis an J . (!cr :.. oni wliidi vw- UK'? p!enor" in ro cor lin 11 .lJ.?,"fll Geo. SowDrNb-ft Lnwr.'nce Furnace , every subject of it, every child of Adam, in this county on the. 10:h in.M. in com- J i" Uvi.'iinlly, mil cannot t.nrcfore, as pnny wiih t!ie wife of John Lnymnii, on.l . l-ia circumnanccs, lejiipcramenis, con look a boat at this place to pi .'own die ditior.s an ! characleri.stics of nuni, arc river tne same cveiiin;.. Our inforr ant requests the Adams county pupris to publish this notiic, ns ho thinks they hove gone to some friends of hers in thai suction. JK3Tire Brick- A new Company uiiiicr the name of 'Trice, Jones dr. Co., has been forme. I for manufacturing F'irc Drick i;i this place. Success ctlcnd them. Consiituiiiin of the Lawrence County Temperance Alliance. Article I. This Association shall bo called tho 'Lawrence County Temper anco Alliance,' and shall bo compose 1 of such persons ns are in favor of a 1 .w to prohibit tho snle of 'Ardent spirits' as a beverage. Article 11. Its object shall be to pro mote tho cause of Temperance especi ally to co-operaie with the many ihous-! iinds of our fellow citizens in other parts ofibo .'J'ate, who are endeavoring to se cure the election olsu. h men to tbo lo" itlature nsnra favorable 10 a prohibitory liquor law. a nr r. r. ...... ,1.: - xi.ueiu 11J. il IS .lUk uui iMiit.-vi ie' J A-ill we mnke nnv Dominations of our own un-! l...o 1 ,n ,in 1,,. n ,.r,,..,i ,i..?.i v'.'ini". 1 ivi i- . a ui iLiuai u , ' ., , f 1 . . 1 . iidL f.rl nil 1 10 lini't ol tin 1 linr ip;I to nominate such men ns wo cnu con sciumiously support. Article IV. A"o will vole fur no man, for tho next Legiidriture, who is ..ot known ! to be In furor of a Jaw similar in iu fundamental provisions to that comm. Iy called ihc "Maine Liquor Law," and which is now in successful opera tion in several Slates. ArticloV. The Officers of this Asso ciation shall bo 0 President two Vice Presiderus, a Secretary, and Treasurer,! and an executive coinmitieo of throe. The executivo Commiueo lo.'cther with ' the President and Secretary shall trans act the business of the Association du ring the recess between the meetings form n new political Puny, nor will we' . , J ,', , 1 y 'cration be known unto all O HklUjltUJ I'l U 'UUJ i'JWV,UM j Vi 1IIW S til ing persons wcro elected oficers of st.id Allliancc: Hon. Clt.tis Scovim.e, The above Constitution having been ''m,ls l" l-"nS 01 a" or h o nr,... vi.;r .t,u ri,;.l"flny'I'nS that is his." And bavins Presiden!;D.JoiiN50K,nndJonic-AlI.vM- '" " wor'" u,c,r nl,e'll'" blf.to.n, Vire Presidents; II, W. aioonEi l,!nir'6""1 lttts (lcvin3 their "neigh Treasurer; W. W. Jounso.v, Secretary;' bof" for lllJ lime 01 Ieaa' ,0 "slu '-v 10 and Tl. J. P. Hm-l donn.lm, Tnrr. I n'' mi,lJ h!s OW0 billeSS") i n r ,n. v :'i . r n ' tint. iiuv. iiniuo Aiuuj, .aui.uuu wULn miitcc. Register Copy. fyJDiEtrcssing AsciSent. A son , i11temp2ra.lt use or abuse, of the tongue, ofBird Smith of this plnco was run over' nnd tho vice and mischiefs of evil spoa by bis father's team on Inst Friday, the. king; and thereby may possibly bo bro't wheel of (lie waggon passing djrectly over his head. He has since lain in a state of extreme suffering for the greater portion of tho time, unablo to speak and apparently. unconscious of all that is passing. No hopes aro entertained of his recovery. Hire Bridge. t - So far as we have beard an expres sion of opinion, our citizens are, in favor of tho erection of a wire bridge across the Scioto at this place. , Cant. Cleveland informs us that ho expects to bear from the N.,Y. Compa-'un lAr 1 1 3 i" u.w'" Prob0?y , Of ihe Ooinpany will be. A bridge is much iioodei. and we feel convineod our 1 citizens will have 0110 as soon as now- 1 1 m Die. 4 riot. '. ;J For tbo 'Spirit of the Time. Mr. Editor: Soma hue , nionifcsia- tionf by tho over-zealous and ulirn n I' voeotos of "tbo Tempernnce cnuso" no cnlloJ, of tbn mnnnorund spirit, tho' in j loloroucc,' with which they pr-Bi their own pcculinr views upon tho public, ord ih? lllertim they tnko with truth, persons, and fhnrrtetcr,-seeming to think tbot 'thoenrf anctifie ihnmeon,' i uroino ,0 niako somo sugciions, rious, in this field of ojilation on 1 in '.eniporate propajendicm. And f;rtt, to thoso who nro not yU so much h:a(fl on.l intcvclccicd with exclusive, intolcr " us 1,1 11,0 ns morality, all f.ith, and all law, ! the imclirinaldo tin I unrlsangin" will ofGod tho 'maker of nil ihiis, j.i.lc of -.U ai-.-n;' cud ilmt it lina ret pec t to theob- isiltiorig wliitth wc owe to Co I, and our c!i. ,lljor 03 wei, I1S t0 0Iirai.i vo,. An 1 on ;,n 0.,lcr ,,., lha it ,,oc not reM .,, -nor coa ;t be suslaiut 1, or per- c rules, nor reui.ito.i or cntorco.i ry .. . , ;, ,., M.lSilti. " milium ititfiu'ii-ii, fiiijr . r . l l I. I mire ai.m can o w iuiui, v.,uc:. resi up on ill c sriino basis nnl authority. The law of Tempernnce thus define I, is ad dres-cl lo ih'i C'jn-clrnc: of rnc'i and infinitely vane! an 1 diversified, be the subject of any general, uniform m pos! frt nn 1 Ml'itmry rule, since as has ; tdren !y been sai I, it applies :o ell our appetites, natural v.auisniid demands. and ihef e vary so much lhat no uniform rule or measure enn b ) npplio.1 to- them. Th; vhlationSfOt this law, by tho indi vidual, whether physical, mental or mor al, must ns they will bo subject to nnd punished by tho Divine ru'.hor o( the lawswhich govern us in dnso respects, nn'l these laws, ns tli ore of Divine and not ofhiiinag or Lcnvcntivnal ori gin, cannot bo altered or changed by any conventional continuations or rules, however numerous ti c associates may be, by which somo inconsiderate, and not ahcuiji very moral people, seek to cut on! square their neighbor's rights 10 their own self-assume.l narrow breadth an I length. According with this view of tho sub ject, wc find repeated declarations on I injunctions to us in the 'word of Truth;' us for example "that we usa this world without abusing it;" "that we bo tempo , . , ... ., . , t . . riito 111 nil. llltlfrs' ' 1 Ii n I ivn Iii. nm nin 1 ..... 1 1 d . . ,', .. , m:n mat we "ba not drunk with wine, wherein . -, I i . . is crew;' nn l manv other teachings of ' I lik'i character, embodying the same rules and principles of moderation, self-government, &c Again, some of those lo who?ij consid eration, and for whose especial benefit theso bints aro applicable, will, must presume, recognize the authority of iho Decalogue as moral law (f rather higher authority than thiirs,) and ihcy may not inaptly on the present occasion Uu rom,n 10 1 01 sornu 01 11,3 P"'cular lnws wbic1' contains, an I especially, n'"lh comuian linent, "thou shall not I,,arM witness against thy neighb jr." 1 nf i i,rl,i', u !,;,.!, r.,..'.; U ,u ..i.i.;.. I 11. ... ..v, Mlllkll ,.UI 101 .lit, I UUIIIIIZ a man of his good name, any more than of his property; ond of llie tenth, which ... 1 .. .1 .... . .. .. r J . 1 I . t : .. .1 r. - .. .... 1 . ... i'juau 1 u 11 inns inr into 1110 true taw ' f erat!tV anJ ro(lccteJ UP0'- il l0- chinas, promises.aud denunciations, they . L. : .. I. ! .. .1- . . . - . r 1 turn to and "rea l, murk, learn, and in wardly digest" llie apostolic teaching of St. James in Ins general epistle, on the to perceive that some "bridles" to that unruly member tlio tongue, arc and may bo very needful near horn?. , . . , This perhaps will prepare them' with proper answers to some pertinent ques tion namely:, , Whether it is consistent with tbo law, tho morol ily.of temper ance, to impugn' -tho persons, character, and motives crfali who happen to differ from them in opinions and principles as to tlio TIM iden,or lule of temperanco, and the mo les and means of promoting end and duty, not' denied by any considerato person? To endeavor , to bnn ,hnn lnl6 P8P.!ar :l,u,n 8f"1 d"-' r"st ufh diffeienccs from thorn in their reputations, person 1 1 standing, ond .business? To einglo out particlar in li- viduals, by name or ethtion," and by mit Btntcivtrnta and perversions of lb of ficiiil, profu-sionnl, or peraonal conduct ond motives in llie fulfilment of thoir du ties, nnd by attempts to try llr.'so per sons b their narrow mensuroand stnu dar li.to bring them into popular odium distrust and discredit, and lo withdraw a just confidi nco from them, and to in- juro them In feeling, bnractcr, station and business wboiher this I say, it consistent with rArrr notions or syslcm lengers, five hundroj in number, all ro of 'Temperance.' WhotbcrmcA uppeola1 fuiing U pay the exorbitant chargo of the 10 iil-considorol nn l excite) popular' b.iatmen thorc, for taking them from the feclinia aro comistcnt with tbo true law cf temperance, or with their convention al rules. Hif.io questions deserve, nnd it is hoped, may receive the reflections of the class of persons to whom they apply,' sengers, half what they demonic I, which nnd may servo s? a caution to thcin to they refused indignantly, nnd throntenod be careful that they be '.cinpeme in all to destroy the boats of iho steamer if any things;' to "tudy to bo quiet an.) mind ! attempt wero "iiade by them to carry off ihcir own business" and to extract 'the tho passengers. beam' from ibeir own eyes, beforo they! Tho agent ihcn applied to Cnpt. Dor busy themselves la wfully.or unlawfully, jnin, the commander of the Portsmouth, to find die "metes" in their neighbor's who immediately ordered nil his marines eyc3. A Christian Mas Personal Proprctj or Lawrcuce (ouuty. Wo give below, taken from iho Audi tor's books, the assessment of the person al property of Lawrence :otinty for 18 .0:1; conipired wiih the nsscsstiierit of 18 r.o Townshipr. Aid, Decatur. Elizabeth, Fiiyctte, Lawrence, Mason, Perry, Roiiic, Jymmes, Union, Upper, Windsor, Washington, 1553. Sl2,loJ 61,851 340.20S 53,155 IS.O'.IO 37,011 41,320 C5.808 27,033 bfl,210 400,787 42,042 71,027 1632. $52,730 48,484 227,843 40,283 4,004 10,040 27,787 20,000 15 013 40,020 377,353 ll,8:il 31,070 Total, &1,330,213 !)O0;77O The above shows nn excess of the present vcar's assessment over that of; last year, of $152,4 IS The Laws, The Laws. What has suspended iho publication of tho Law:-? Why nntgivu llie people liulit as well under n democratic as a whig administration? Tho now consti tution contemplated tba passage of gen eral laws only, that they should be read nnd understood by the people, The now 1:0 'e makes every man his own Inwyer and his own witness 'Lt there bo light!.' We cony the nbovc from the Cleveland Plain iealer. Such inquiries aro com mon nnioug the people us well ns tlid Press of the State. Tho officers in whoso charge tho matter rests aro tho only ones who can answer. Frcemnt dcm. The Maine Law iu Michigan. The Detroit Advortiser thu- speaks of iho approaching Election in Michigan and ihe vote to bo taken on tbo now Liquor Law; "Some misapprehension exists appa rently with regnr.l to the subject of the Liquor Law in this State. It is to be sub mittc I to tba peoplo 011 tho twentieth day of ihc present month; then; if the people vote 'Yes,' the Law takes effect on tho first of December next, but if they vote 'No,' it is to toko effect on the first of January, 1870. It requires no further legislation to complete it or render it operative. The very object of placing tho Law beforo iho people at a Spuciul Election, divested of all other issues, was that it might havo a fuir field, without becoming implicated at iho election of Stale Officers, and become lost in other issues. An intelligent colore 1 citizan of Bal tlmorc, has ban lei to tho Baliimore American for perusal n number of private letters received by. him from persons who bal emigrated from that city to Li beria, nn l whoso chnrncier for -veracity and rectitude aro well known to their acquaintances here. Tho writers ull concur in speaking very favorably of their adopted countiy, and express them selves not oi ly satisfied but delighted vitb the change they hnvi-ma.de. They represent tho climnte as being peculiarly congenial, and the so. I 03 exceedingly fcrlile, ond state thnt the emigrants from tbo United Stiitcs have been generally very successful in securing homes for themselves and acquiring tho means of comfonablo livelihood. Scmo ono or two instnaces aro spoken of where emi grants havo becn unfortunate, but this is attributed to causes likely to be met with every where and is not in tbo least calculated to diminish the force of the statement that the country affords greater faeil;ies and opportunities for the ad vancement of tbo colored race than they can hope to enjoy in any othei part of tho world Nut; Int. a " .. Emancipation In Cuba, . The Havana correspondent of the New York Tribune says it is reported there that tho British .Government has mnde propositions to induce the Span ish Government to emancipate the blacks in Cuba, and that the Captain Gtnoral has received instructions to sound the planters in regard 40. the plan, which is to make the emancipated slaves serve an apprenticeshipand, as an offset to final liberation, to allow the introdoction of freo blacks from Africa. Trib. thtercstlug from Nicaragua. TnREATRKRO Wiri BrTwerM the Nica- RAOll liOATMEN AKO THE CAMFOnKtA PissEKUKna. Wo ore In recolpt of npws from Son Juan del Sur to the 3.1 ofi ofMay. At lhat timo tbo United Slates sloop of-war Portsmouth was in port, and oil on board wore well. Considerable excitcmont prevnilo 1 on the 231 ult., in consoqtronce 01 tho pas- beach to the Mcaincr, some two uundrei yard distance. It appears that '.he agent of tho com pany assuniod tho responsibility of offer ' ing the boatmen, on behalf of tlio pas to be sent on shore, 03 tho nuthoriticti ; up to that time, bad made no show of j preventing tbo disturbance which wos, fust browing. On Cnpt. Dornin s Iandi ng, tba passengers, who were in a stole of great excitement, immediately appeal o l to l.im, when he quieted them by as surances thai he would sea them safely on tho steamor. . As soon as the Portsmouth's boat, with tho murines on board, reached the shore, r . . 1 . - Cunt. Poriiiii, fin Itni tho boatmen wero 1 ... . . . , 1 I not likely to desist and seeing no sol diers of tho place at ban I to preserve llie peace, ordered bis men to hind and form on ihc beach. This step appeared, to stir up so murh umbrage in the authorities, that Capt. Doinin said if they would pledge themselves to placo force enough on t'le beach, to proven! disturbances, he waul 1 with Iraw his troops, which they readily did, nne' tho .nnrincs wero with drawn. Meanwhile Capi Dornin with his well , known g.illantry, ba I embarked all the women nnd children 1.1 his own boat: and sent them on board the steamer; and under the supervision of himself nn 1 offi cers, the steamer's boats afterwards ear ned off the remaining passengers and baggage unmolested, thus cutting the boatmen out of a moderate day's work, through their own obstinacy. After nil tba passengers were Mf-ly embarked, C0pl.D0rn.11 then proceeded 011 board tho steamer, to soo that all tho baggage was receive), and that every thing was right. On leaving tho vessel, ho was salute I with lb roe heavy elisors by tho passongers, which, wero raturnel by tbo Portsmouth. From California. Rumors of incen liurism prevailed in San Francisco. Tho Herald says: Members of the various firo companies kept strict watch at the cngino houses all tho night long. Tho approach of the heretofore fatal 4th of May, impressed every mini with a consciousness of dan ger, which all wero on iho alert to avoid. Adam's cc Ca's Express Office, at Mormon Island, was robbod on the 20th ult., by a party of eight men, who gag- crod the rlnrks. nivl ..ii.-t.nA-l.wl tn ivm!,:,-,,. .1. fill ... . I ineir escape. 11.0 gang wero lol lowed to the "Twelve Milo House," near Sac ramento, and tbcra tho track was lost A largo party f om Mormon Island went in pursuit. A bill has been introduced in tho As sembly lo authorise tho equipment ond despatch of an .rme l force to our south ern border, there to await, under arms, the possible declaration of war between tho United States and the Moxican re public. An extensivo firo occurrod in San Francisco on tho night of the 1st May. 10 or 12 houses ware burnt, and 3 lives lost. Loss of property is about $100,000 Tbo court House in San Joso had been burned down. It was tbo work of an incendiary. The object, it is supposed was to rescue sev.ral criminals, who were confined in the jail adjoining. That object, however, was not attainel, tbo thick adobes of the old jail wero fire proof. '. I Apportioning Clerks. . I learn ihut Secretaries have determin ed to opportion tha clerks lo their de partments, so as to have each Stato rep resented ocording to its political impor tance and numerical strength. . Virginia, Maryland, and the' District have heretofore had more appointments at tho seat of government than all the rest of the Slates and Territories com bined An individual a few days since from Alexandria, applied for a clerk ship under one of the Secretaries and he was informed that his county alone had over sixty clerks in his department. ! This system heretofore practiced, of I giving two or three States most all the appointments, is a system of centrali zing power which ought not lo bo coun tenanced under a Republican Govern moat.Plaindealer.' . j' Mrs. Virginia Herman , has brought suit against the JtarOieleani and. Car rolton Railroad to reoOVer $60,00Q-dam-ges for killing bar husband. , FOUR DATS LATER FROM EUROPE. !' f Arrival of the raeiflc. v Now, York, Juno 13 The steamer Pacific frorh Liverpool to tho 1st inst.. arrived hero yosterday afternoon. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. The stonier Asia arrived out on the 28th, nnd tbo City of Manchester on the 29th May. ,? '. , , ;' ..The British Ministers in answer to the enquiries mode of. them InTiOth houses'' pf Porlinment, had ' refused' to State who'her or not tho Mediterranean fleet had been orderod to assist Tuikey,, ' An intcrosiini discussion took pi nco in the' Oriuish Houso of Lorrik, respect inz tho conductor "tho: Captr.in General of Cuba 1n regard to the slave trade.-:-. It appeared that oil tho. Captains wore implicated, except Valdez. Cincba nnd Caneda' wero shown to be deeply i guilty. Spain has boon, remonstrate I with, and iins promised amnndinent, bat tho Brinish fleet on the Cuba station has been oiti?mentod. The Steamer LaPlntto had arrived in England from Vera Cruz. Among her Snssongcrs was Arista late President of Inxico, .... . . , . Gold was coming in abundantly; fiom Ausirnlin. It w.is rumorc l in England that Mr. c(.nillt)ln wn(l Bbout to to rccnllo.I from Washington and appointed to a better mission Tho 'Black Swrin' was giving con certs at Stafford House, ot which Mrs. Stowo nn l her husband wero present. Swiizirl J.. I hns ordered out all her citizens to fight Aus ria if necessary; II. G. PlcttcV Son, of London, have failed. M mschikoff left Constantinople on it,,. OH I Atrt.. Art, I n.Nii.1 a. fYlMaen lit u.u w 1 4&iil, nil., uiiiioj i vuvbou inn . ' . following day. The Russian army, one hundred thousand strong; wero coucen- (rating on tho Turkish frontier. The Ministers of France, England, Russia and Austria had mado a faint attempt to rcconcilo tho parties, but Menschikoff and the Divan were equally inflexible. The Ottoman fleet were sent for. The Porte had sent disotches to Egypt for troops, nnd couriors bad been dispatshej to all the Ottoman Provinces to call out the troops, nnd nil tho warliko resources of the Empire are to bo immediately brought into requisition! ' ; ' ; ; It is not known where the French fleet is, on 1 the orders in regard to tho Brit ish fleet ore kept secret. Tho general aspect of affairs is critical in the extreme, yet somo think matters may still be ami cably adjusted. ' . " , , ; Julge Jones ha 1 presented his creden- tials to tbo V iccrov of E vn. . A ITntio,! SlBlcl corvette frigate had sailed from AflXaijrin fr Europe - i' A Wi, .., nt hQ. , of fioo , jj0p0 . ' BrilUI, B(rlllri, jn Burmah ook ' ioomv.ThH Rriii.h fore. I.nd 1 ' o . - ----- . been repulsed nnd cut off in several skirmishes. A steamer had been despatched to India expressly fur China news, it being fleemo I of tbn highest importance to the ' British interests. Tho latest reliable news was rccoived from Shanghai, under .Into of April 23. It was then stated that Nankin was invested by the rebels, and the Imperial Commissioner had hired a fleet of Portuguese vessels to ro lieve the city, but tho whole fleet were captured by tho rebels. Tho Commis sioner then sought assistance from the American, Emglisb and French Consuls, who agee 1 to rcudcr assistance; and tho British Consul sent tho war vessels Salamander, Lily an.l Hermes, all steamers; the French Consul sent the steam frigate Oassino;and Mr. Marshall, the American Commissioner, had under taken to placo the frigate Susquehanna before Nankin. No . reliable account had boon received of the result. There were several statements of victories gained by tha Emperor's forces in the interior, but all were disbelieved. The Unitod States frigate Mississip pi arrived at Hong Kong on the 7th April and p 10c 10 led with dispatch to tho mouth of iho Shanghai. ' ' ; 1 A private letter received by a Man chester housa, dated Shanghai, ona djy later than tho above advices, states that Nankin had fallen, and that the British commander had, rofusod to' permit Brit, ish merchantmen so go up the river with stores to either partv. It was expacte l that the Americans would also bock out, . Tho Vanderbilt sieamr North' Star at Southampton, 011 the 1st., ''.'".' 'Among the passengers by tho Pacific, ore II. J. Raymond a L-nvis Cass, Jr. '' ' 1 '.) 1:.' Messila Valley Affair. ;!,,, A Woshington Correspondent of tho Courier says; . ",. .' ' '. ''.'' "Gen Wool ,has arrived Jic're,, and laughs at the idea of any disturbance on account of the Messilla affair. ! Tho Secretary of War also attaches riO Im portance to tliemartis.specuiations tip on Lario'a. ; and Trisa's movemeo'tsV ' It is believed by those who are well infor med on the subject; that Mr. Gadsden has been instfuctid'jtb' commence nego tiations by .offering .indemnity to Mexi co for i Meallla, and to purcbsse an ad ditional sttip, taking in-tha whole val ley of the; Gilai'?. it vi.. .L -.,;T ''.' if" .') n in ,.TT... f . -v,v,:-7-!i, gad ifcidenu , , j From the Hillsborough Garrf of the 6th inst., we learn; that Ihomas Henning. afficiating eSibrakeman.on ,tha Hillabo rough intuit ias killed, few,ds .ago, M'LypclibMfrr:lNiii.&4idieB.. Iy frprnthe iop. of - eaf;ontpj4he track, " and two wheels of ar nasijnc ' cross his abdomen. CM. Ait.