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omentum vmmm uHyww';"yw.ir
SPIRIT OF THE TIHE3.
In Dr. OWlenra' work, puhlUio
'mm ihiny veorn in. mbbl '". Tucs;!a? , fcci(. t, IS33
Void from. St. Helena," iIio following! " an.i ' '
it civen n Nnnokmi's prfilii'iinn, uiii.'r-i A .,,,., . , liint i, k-
'ml ihorily befow liit death, rcspoctin : ' ' A VV.-'.'-.'. V-'-V.-'i
the uIiumvia ("lo "I" Turkey; ' In iU': . ..-. - i . .: i
cnurrf a few yours, Kuvna win nave
Conrtnntiiioph.', i In: greatest pan o!"f.:i
leer, anil nil Greece. This ivu hold lo
tia cerlu'm us ifil had 1 ro-i-Iy taken
place. AlnioM nil iho i i.j
,j i -i -n. a". -vM .1-1--'.-r. . v ar
jiib fur the cotuily without making his
Miniate sufiicienilv hbtli to covin- fill
mpprt-Miirig lliuso evils? In it not pub- An nrticl.j upon political elevation, j pointc I ni ns ono of tho marked. Mt profession otsuino ilietntonai poneis 0'
ni.Ininii ll.nl dii'i.i.B lUMtnef In I tin i 11 1 1111 I n it l'.-tuli.i- irni 1 1 u i 11 a inill n rn.nl i arr. 1 is nl i 1 1 i II nri 8011. willinilt IIIIV UroS-lVOr ill U t I'lltil'O PI' 0 foSSIO II . Sutll OH'
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MlitltesllOllH, Virtually indorsing our ur- ; pct'l in gelling mil, wiui mill 1 ciiu i;et:. Diiiii'.i"i. i'i. iviin. ........
tide of lust week upon the sniuo stibj.'e'.. i Tlio iiierniircs taken by tlio authorities, a nuni'icr ol leucliois who wholly ami
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Icrins winch Ali-xnnilrr pmc ttxc I tow-: ,i in.m. n ' r. . - -i.n-111:. .
nrJs me, who to j.nin my consent to ft-1 .r.-,i,n i i''m.i ii.i.icid-u.iii i.-i
fed this object. 1 woul.l iml mnsmit,
loMi by tlio iiibconnl of or.lT. Tbu lliu ; snlibtuli, wlicn it is repccie.l, rnt1ur
county in buying cro lii coniinnnlly in 1 tlinii ron))u:ory htntulca? Will not
i he b.ttiii,(; of roiiimt'is, iml tlnni jmy-, tlio most of lliu diiif-'ificclully prolmn
in iiilurrst on tbnt unnm tr.'ilit nftcr- iibslimi finm that prntti
wnril.i. Coiiscquciitl v, the iinors, Sinte ; enni of Iniliu? tin I
wiiiir'.K n ri ; I ntlii'is v!i(j roi.uivo u i le,':ol ntiii'iion, or is it brcnusn of , "tlin iniiliinkiii',' mnsi," c In- ulotisi'i in bn;i not li.i.l fl fnir liutiring; nor is tlu-rc
irnnty nllowuiico in orilms for tliair Mr- fuicn nf public opinion? Tliu truth in, 'stylo ti.tiii, wo frcl it our duly lo tvpi4 inny prot-puct of it.
vices, must cufli.r n Iocs en iln.ni of from : tl-it tbo people nrc .i occupit-l with tlio , lliu iitinck. Ai we Ii.ivh not luJ limo to. Much nxcitcnifnt prc uib on tlio Amen-
fivo to fil'ito.i per cent, virtual I tolling' rurss of tlm world, thut they loivi; not j ;pru this vv..-n!, w- vi intend toil nuxt. can side of tlio river. All condemn the
.. I . . I t. i. .1 . ! . i . I i . ' "" . . ! I ..t..u .. 1 1 ..nwil n( 1 1 1 ii tir. iM i mi I lift 111 id 1 1
i .v;r own Piitior nt a Miscount, fcyciiumo u nuer itn: .inuri'M m inc t-'Wa nuiiM n coiiiniuinciitinn . -, - , ,
lint ns tlio K limr could not closii n t;ood and )iinicidnrly by tlio Prcfccto Joon uncqnivocnlly rcpudiato tho P.iylon
iittii.o in tlm )ivk-! nriii lo without lioniD unjust mi l ridicu- fr-'n iiulnii, bavo been uibiirnry in tbo nomination.
is it fur fenr of tliu;bus nspurriions upon tliu D.'tuocracy uMrenic. It is very evident that Mnjrcr ov.n H ttiudy iucrcattiii"
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lion. . Jhu whole interior in ttatd lo bo
full of soiilorfl. A liuudru l emigrants' '
v.'uco mot in ono day, roccntly, by a trav
els. i(;at,i!30 wcro received at the land
ofiico in fix weeks, over and obovo all
seeing that the i qtrlibr'uni of Kurnpi-
would bo desir'ivc I. In ihi uatiuul.
course of ihinif.Tiiikey must f.dl to Km-i
n',0. The l'cwi'is it would injur.1, and;
who could nppn.o it. hru KnJ.m !, j
Franco, TniM-ia au.l Austria, .aow as
to Austria, it will In very ci.y f'f llu
tin to ennufw lnr OMtfittt'iri!, by .iviii ;
bur Servia and otln.r province bor Icr
in upon tho Austrian dominions, roach-
in;; near to Coustanlinopli;. I In; only
liypothesiF, tlift France and Kngland
ma) ever bo allied with finceiiiy, will
bo in order to prevent this. lint even
this alliance would not avail France,
Knj.laiid end Pni'tin, unite I can not pre
vent it. Russia and Austria can at any
time tiTuct it."
The whole story in a rit shell.
The Albany Knickerbocker, under tin)
bead of "Independence and Progress,"
tolls the whole dory of our uaiion'sbirtli
and prca tries, and progress in the arts j
and cience, in n remarkable short par
agraph for a theme so cuinpn hensive.
The ftyle is raiiier racy, but detidtly to
"it is sevenly-povon years a.;o to-day
since Uuclu .Sam was born, and what an
eventful seventy-seven year they have
been. Seventy seven years -) the
1'uited States was a remote circumstance
they now compose the second cornier
tial nation in the world. In three tjuar-
ttrsof a century they have rtv 1 it'o-.ie 1 1
and fenced in u continent. In less time I
than it took .Methuselah lo cot out ol
(iwnrtdlin3 clothes wc have made more
canals, tamed more lichtniii, and liar
ne.-so.l more steam, and at a (.renter cost
in money than the whole revenue;! ol
the world could have paid for the day he
got out of his time. - In seventy-live
years we have not only changed tliu poli
tics of the cunh, but it wetirinir appaici
cotton shirts being as much the nifsjiriiij:
S T A T E ? : I G 1' T I 0 X .
iia.t.cnti.N ti i:-pnv. ot r. tu.iS
r. n; (.i)'. i.t:i.i;i.
WIIIIAJJ JtSBIT.Ii. ..I I'uiiri.M.
1. 1 kit. ; ivn: .'.iii.
.1 A KS KI.S. of J. at!!-..
s:;rit!',l'AI:V u' t.-i'.MT.,
WILLIArj IBi:Vir7. ..! runkiiu.
jo'i.r o. 8ur.5ir.Ri, -iisi-u.-.i.
.It ir ;f. i l TU'i'iir. C(;! i:f.
TU0IIA3 W. ZAZtLTi, nf -liluii.l.
. I I litlM'.V (ilAKIt V!..
CS9S0S W. rC0OS, ..fJc-m-rwrn.
lii . i: t nf I't-iii.ii: 'tiii!M
VAYK2 C 2I5"VV0 LD, of l':e!v.i.v.iy.
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LEWIS A li:'.!MX, nf L:iw1-,..ih:.-.
noAitii i' i:i(r.i.iZA i iii.
liliN. (il-M. 11: ; of (iultln.
Lrnucralij ('cinifj t'onventioat
JJi.loii! our oca papi;i' can .be ciicu-
we beiitve, li.ito tilvv.ivs b-u the cuie in ; rising ;eiuru:i,ju,-and tlm thildren of fri,m Ju !-'e Xewion, noon the i.ubiect of fl"''1" i Tib, but they also condemn the j Iuij.Ih entered with wntroul, which will
thin county. -the pi-.;,eut .lay, have many or ti cm (!, t.s,.ll(.,,, f Wdker and Ku;V. As to : ouro oi mo i reiecio, upon woo.
"Pay as you r-o." is a corral juinci- ijrown ol 1 in vice and iniquity. Crime i. i , 1 1 1 i i c-n i i o 1 1 against c-oiitiactocs. ebontilcrs ri?tsj tlio wliolc bhuiu.
pie for the County, as well as f r in li-, is alarmiin ly on the incrtv.sv in. ,yn own buildini; cotuiiiiitee iVc, it is too broad rda;;er is in prison, and his proper-
viduali. We uusiousiy lot k f.,r a a-' couimy, and it .i.-i ca.il-,- tracjahlo i ) t nco.Tar ui.icnt. We believe thorn all : '3 of si rotters, without
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loiiu ill ll.i-. iiiiiiicr, an 1 we tin; au.inun Us orijini. v o i,rc id a I to xo-j pulilic. iilu.- h-mot and bon.irab'.e men, and it , ma pro.-pei i m uc.ii. ieu.n.u.
would bo a riiru wirauinstuiii-t to find s'lih
i . i
i! uii'vi.-r:i co,, iioiion as niat t'lfv woul.l i-to-m -nei u
all connive in .ether to ti ; . ! i o I . I crime. As
f to Mr. .Sioimous. il.u aciin;; .Sl.uriiT: lio'wi!l '"'1- lum" M's
!v . cli'. r.; ! ti reward ofti!)0 fnf tlio npprehen-
have siuil nf Walker, ibo principal ol'i'euder,
o t tc the pe.ij.b) iiiiiviir; in lliu matter , feiiiiiooiil atvv'.-.i! up.-iii t'le i
of public work.-'. W'o do no' pfoteud to . tem'.i.r.i,)ct r'-f.iiii. We ho,:" i.ti I w
ccn-iiri! the board of con, mii!.'ioiiersi ; result fr uii it, ns it cven'.u.illy nri.-t.
for our bad roads ami bridec., mi l firTliat ilcre it r. bones) ililieein-i-H
l!ti lotv i.t Ito (if lli,, (iilllilv r.oa llcliy. nn.ni.Mi ut In u'i'ir w'.W must i-.it
any lip'if.' tlinii otir.-elvi.s, an I tlm com-1 promote . cl i-.i in I iomiIi, w.i
innuity thai havii so loiii an I patiently diai ay . non-U lo lieneve; l;iu as v.e (unich more than the pi-opi,- In; -e thou; h I
tolerated ihesc nils. de..i,;u to s,,cak m this subject li-freaftcr, ' n Ivisnblo ti cive for him) an I tho hear
We hope howevi r, tl;:it the poop!..- at ! ws mi: hi i-i.nply t-:iy hro that we liavu say reports as to the ca.-e of .-ecu i In him
llie enmin;; election will select for com-, but little .oiil't ieucu in an inquisiii are quilo ililiercut fi-.m) tin: fai ls in tin.
missioiii r a competent business l,u::iit''
v.ho is nil able fimuieii.r, an ! who will
eert ! i i 1 1 ! .- f 1 f to iv mad" tho evil of
roach a very large amount, Tho cntrict
were all by nctual settlors,
All the members of tlio (Junitnrinii So.
duty in St Louis, who were slave-hold-ers,
v.-u nee it stated, have emaneipaied
.1 I I-. . . 11 ,ru
There isuotellinn vet bow tho maltcr u...ii,...,.1mii.,iv. iiiu do-
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it, n P.-iPfii.-iii. : cll-'lV icii'iro i to is one oi tuo lurt'esi in
The death of jlondivi has cast
i wiiniu community.
nns are oraiiizini to lhu numbor of
five hundred, up the river. 1 place
reliance in it.
relorm ho morals o any rnmuiuuity. t iU-c. We b.-lievu .Mr Ijimmnns
which wo in coinnion with the tomiiiu-
The ;:a..-:iiiai in spi-akin,' nf t!,.; at- """" """" "le n-in.-uc-y iu me prison- ,.., (.Sun.Iays cxccpte.l,) aj ocuin;,
, er on accnuot ol ill In-at M ,s a crime. ,m-ivc at Pnrlsuioulli nll'J M. 10-
One of our most lvspnctnblo citizens
appealed yesterday in breeches, with
Tin: )ir :ci n of the S. MI. V. Rali-! kuei-buidJes. Jtbein,- his first appear-
roa i, have liiada arraii..ements to huvo a ! ""' in lb" nncient costtune, he elicited
if not to f (Jars leave Jackson every morn-: '"ucli attcniion. llui. I a. Lug.
A yodel f'friiion.
enij)led fe.-Ur citill oil of the J).iuplliu,:
late I ihioiuh the county, tho Dcinoc rat
io county Convention will HK'et nt Ma-
it.n lli. ..-fi.r.i it.. inU il.w n..iMi.inn In ' :oiitaiiiin
uie upon the deleati's from tho several
townships, lb.; propriety of a punctual
attendance. Uui, we Impu that simply
the dele'.-a'.iou fmiu the toivn. b!is will
not be the only alien lance. Let there
be a general turn out of tlm Deuiocnicy,
an inierciian ;! oi souiinienis, a'i l a re
vival of thai harmony nn) good fueling
that has gcucially iu'iueiiced ibi-ir aclian
in this county. 'J here will bu cil'irls
ma le to secure goo I speakers, and as
the business of tho convention w ii! not
ho likely to occupy much lime?, there
iil be an opportunity to illustrate some
of tii? measuies fir which the deiiioeracv
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" I no liov. r. 1 1' a y. r it, lams is ono
W'o notice in lhu last Hciisler a ; of the . moft im; u,.eiit iui;io.-:e,s an I
of tin; stale and nation nru conioudiny.
: lieridos should th'j convention think it
not best Innominate a county ticket, it
twiH be the most favorable opportunity
; Ik iwoiiu now and the election for the si-v-iernl
candidates to muko known their
pretensions, and jn'tsout the claims ol
their respective pniiions of t Ii c county
There never has been a time, proba
oomiiliiniciilion from a lady of ibis place I '' Lai's J"
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...... .. i- 1 ,i - I . I .... it r.rn'-, i . il a r. t! '
I wiih sin-
I' .' world, m id,i, i mo-
il'er is Ii ,r Ih- n i.'ilila.
rriio iiri,iii-.ions nl this Ln:ivt.!i Iivihi-
to the true system of moral reform. ; ,.r;k, fl'jMir and i,,,,,.,, M:.
And not wilh.-stn tulino; muny who take . I.lni khea.ls may 1 e sincere in thiol In -iho
"Times" will have read it IjLfo.-e re- j I'mf of tbetn. Willi iliM himself mu. t ei
ceivii L- th-s. lest mi.l.t bo overlooked i 1,".'r '"' ?. ll,"rui'- ,( " r"-"n ."'"! !'.vr-
a Cfite. II ,i has a.-.-n treate
by some, wo extract tho principal sent.-, ,,1lir f,,..,, ...., ):J. ,i, ,,rui.
meiils express.; I, us nicy aio in nccor. , n!, CM.p,)r.. ,i;; : .r.iU..!,l ns n knave,'
dauee with our views upon tho subject, iildmnh there is hardly any nther i-.-Jronton,
Aii'.'ust, sible oxjdauatiou if his con luct. I Jul
Mr. Siimson: Theie has been a ; s'"di f.n ii.-iirii inn is no Ion o-r a virtue,)
creat ileal said mi l done i.i behalf of ; for lie (lin.:s acci .satiotis rittlit tin.l led j
t.-inperaucn in our town; one of our against everyhnly who disprove his,
ministers, I lernn, has even left his desk i Ivini iiiventious. livery on. win con-
to go about lo u waken the people to ihe j trndiets his s'.ateni uil is brib.-d an I per-!
ur::eiicv of passing n law similar lo that jure 1. Now, who on eait'i is foolish I
of.Mailio; the papers lire full of projects lenoimh to throw money n.vay in lni-
fur sooniessiriL' lir-nor shoo-: hut in all mn: an inlcr;.r!rer to cniitra licl U
n . - . i . .i
We had supposed
( cmincudiiliiu than
Cicaliij'S at Kri'assa.
A letter froiu Jij I'asso Jkd Xortc,
to lhu New Orleans Picayune, savs:
moru ; lurniii., leave Portsmouth nl 2 o'clock
Riv. Mr. lloppii,, of Cambridge, who
f'fiieiated at iho Fpiscopnl Church,
: mi I arrive at Jackson at 0, P. M. There Soul, i0,0. Sunday, preached a scr-
: will also a tram leave I'orisuinijiu -at v
o'clock, A. M., and arrive in Jackson ct t
, moo ju t Ivii minutes and Jlfti-three sec-
This mail takes you news of our dif
f.cn'ties hero upon tl.is frouiu-r. Vou
will not be surprised at them; it has
in en preihctc.l lor some inoiKiis. We
are line i ntirelv alitiiiilone
supjiose the (iovi-rninent gives us a
liioii;.lii ; ihey arc so biu-y (iealin oul
the loaves au.l (!;dle.
From th'i moment llie Cu!
1-J M. returniu;', leave Jackson at 2 P.
.M and arrive in Portsin mill al 0 P. -M.
ly this nrraneiii u.t our ciii.;ns goin3'
lo Poriiiiiniith, will be enable I to trans
act their business and return home the
1 do not -imc evening. Jjckson Standard
Wasiiivuton Au.iist 27. The Pj-
jiublic new-paper was sold to-day lo
iforuiatmi- Vm. M. Unrwell & Co., who will Iu re-
nits strike tin; river, tin y coininciicu : ,.r,,.r ,. !, :, ,, .,,.!.-1 t,..
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.-io;r cattle; hundreds have been S.o- ! noU,i(.,,l nrin.-ii,!.-- i.i-n i I... ihn ..
VrtM i:;;Iasin of Cuitjiowiler.
ii::i:i.inu Ainust v;;i. I wentv-ciiii
s of gunpowder, which had been
leu finm 1 1 i i . I and carried to this sii
d the liver. At the head of the lobbiii;;
aarties is the ijoutes family, of live :
i .. .1 . . : he
.1 i.. .1... : I.. ..I I.. I i:in, s7 I I. :i I In -,.l k'Hinrilii-nw I I'O! ,1 IM s. 1 1 1 ll or 1 11, OV 1 10 a II t I Oil 1 1 ,".-'.
MP oar, i O: mat is iiiii'ii; iinc-ui un; mi " -." , , , i , ... . ,
,i . .ii .. - v .i ... )., ... i:... ,i ,. i.. I .i ,.,i ..,.i , 1 1! i lived lroaillicwareiou.se to a lio.il m
t evil, iiifM n lerrune one n is; iney i ' ' 1 i niiine juitiori.,!i a man naineu
It tins lieen sou::!H to 11.,,.., ,1,,. ,,i ,1011 .-.mi I,,,,, t ,,f "lu " :" 1 -. p.o lea on tliu I null n x tins
came lo this td !e lo bmk for some ;
oii'ls long! It is pronounced a most el.
Pa, To nr. n t m: Lamuale, n ilistin
guishe I physician of Puns announces
that a shock of electricity, giving to n
patient dyiivj; from tho effects of chloro
form, immediately counteracts its influ
ence, and returns the sull'-rer to life.
"She died this morning in the Charily
Il ispkal, a victim to bur exertions in tliu
caii'se of sullerin Immunity."
Tho N. 0. Picayune sajN this of Sister
Oct a v i a MiIIaukKiV
A noble epitaph for a noble monument!
.1 .11.- !.. ... ..I III,.-.,.!
.ire no ' eel hi.: limn ier. enuuiiv s uu- - " "i
moiall.iii to cominiinity as intoxica- mix up with t!i pietenled Dauphin in'" ',
iiiu i-rmMi itr.Li t lliu uinrl UiH, n I -,i '
deni'al. Tin simple explanation o ih;:. ! -"'"'ty head thai ho ha 1 lost. In his
is, that Wiliianis i;. n reat hvpocriic; rounds !,c ca i.e across seven bead in
rirl. . i i , i
r I I- 1 f. . I II. i c n.,,1 ' '." ' "": mo lil'inuei HL I. LilliM. UCe
of the Lulled States as ballot lio.xcs anil ,
Loanlf li.i I as rcnon.-i ill. fiiini,. nfuiir.
ileniocracy. Since the fourth ol July - , 1
, , , ,,, , , , , ' ess as iney now nave,
ITTll ihnu-hn ii wnrl. basbceil to school i '
and what is better, has learuc.l mor,
common sense than was taught in the.
prcvius four thousand years. Thejuob-
lem of self government has been snve
ti;i t tin more llie
x.'ople generally accustom theinselvts to
i think and act in lln i,- own behalf, ihe
nniii ib m Dc ru tic will thev In still. It is
the pride o! the democracy to
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.. , , , 1, 1 illlvu. ii i l lllll'lllli.ll ill nil: 'lllll.l ,11. Ul
and its truth made immortal as Wasli-i ' , - ,
t(, j governiiicut, iiiiiy repi eseiuo.i in ine a-
dopnou oipublic mca.-iires, and laithlrl-
I.. . I !-.!. . . . I' . -.-'II
.. , , , . ., iv nun im in me e.xeeir.iou in ineii w ill.
lions lias oeen inane uiosi signauy iiiiiiu-; t ...
r n i -. i ....i.i.,,. i iney court investi-.-ntum and direct i.--
ITn.lnr , a li.li'llint lll IVMk 1'. 11 J
li;.".i. v-i.ii.. ........ 1.
inston or yellow corn. Its adaption
nil llie wants of the mere aspiring na-,
republic has grown up in mi ordinary
sues. They found their hopes ofsueci
j equality, an) truth; and il thoy eamini
... . , , , , , ,i . upon lie cuiuai pi ici p.i.s u osurc,
1 ..limn 111 nt U'llll .1 l n VP 1:1 K Oil TI !1 V O il , 1 1 I J '
er system of government a thousand
i,n ,r. InLarn Iirnn. lit lilinilt. il)
; , . , 8 i , : erection of falseissues to draw llie pubis
l,i nrno i mu il ins akon some Cleoii . 1
, i .!inind a way from tho tru; en I and aim of
l,niin ri nil c n ln'i- fil (1 1 111 Or IV. V. O J
I ""'" - . '
have built a'naliou that has spread itsell
from Maine to Mexico, from the Allan
c to i m Pacific a nation that lias
,.. i..,i.. i;,t i , t,.,:.! be such a rally as will say to dictators,
iuu.;,ii mm iiiiiiii..', ii..i i .n-,i.. ; ....
. , i ,. i i " the people u n ters! a u I tln.-ir nun'.s, arc
cans, planted more ttdegrapu posts, n:vl 11 -
I : ;:overninf-'iii, may deli-nl an, I di.xgrnr-e at
j t-.ind every such abortive attempt.
I I?i'mri:lilu.- flu I !l i rl ,.n II I II nil I Int l,r,r,,
owns nore steam boats, than any nation
that has ever live I or ever will. For
all this, we ngsMii ray, thank Co laud
"praise Thomas Jod'orson."
C'lailcs P. Chan iler Ksq., of Scioto
County, 0-, came lo our place llie other
day, in pursuit of a young man who
had taken a Pocket Look containing
fixteen or twenty d illars and .-oir.e pi-
maintain th' in.
sort, and fully prepared
mi : liquor it'uil. 1 in en 11 , iireiiitiug tue
Siibbaih. The chil iron here do not
seem to have ever heard liieir fiih-r oi
m oilier pronounce the worls of the'
sacred scripture, "I'-miember the Sab-;
ii.nh day to keep il holy." I ii l il iUA
the liquor dealers lave all aeiminated :
in this wav. 'J'he waruiii' '-Tiaiu up
i part ol" this town.
un I uiHcrnpi.ioti.; liar. Ilhelowe
It malteis not whe;h''r the preleil.-ion 'J'wo Mexicans were
if the "Rev." s-ekinu I" '-exalt himself,'
lie Hue or false. Whether his iinme ii-
ev..'iiin;:. The dravmini. nam 'd W. Kim-
beily, was iiutanily killed, and another
'man fatally injure 1. The explosion
j was terrific; neany every pane ofj.Iuss
Ian. I most of iho sash in the bouses on
fi'lliio' widi semi
lerdinir them to-
eijit or leu head of, U ilk'r W:, wm'' ''-v 1,10
le. lie look llie cattle,
a chil I iu the way be should ,o, nml ate ancestor was Loui I till of Fraiee, iu. was taking the her iers to llie Alca-
ston. 1 ae cause ol tn.; cxplosto
no'- oei.iu King J'lnltp ol .New J.n.Iaii,l, or
: other nolde, or ignoble character. '
when he is oll lie wi
it," seeni an
i u.ir, quite o it of use at this particular
, .. r. ii is pei.cveiiiuce rnier a uiw, wtui ine on l
Ai;I for Xcw CrJcais
Pitts!ii una, Aii 4. 00
Wo have noticed, during
na, lion tliey tool; lo llie lv,i;-ties, an.
could never be fnuu I afterwards. Mu
the min I that makes llie man," an I in i jter then drove all the ciitl-j to his camp ; remitted s,,,(il.u) to the Howur l .Society
lie .Anu'ricaii side of tho rivi-r. at New Orleans. Collections nru sliil
'The next day In; came buck, and was , being made, and the whole amount will
ordrri'd by the Prefect in bring all tho : probably roach ,(HH).
YcI!ov fever at vtv Cs'lr.un.
. , . . . ;. i.ii in t: ii in I : i.i .1 nil uitii 11 11 ,
e.vperieuee nun nnuosi ine ennre iiuiu-i
, r . . i -- . . , i ham e Ins resiici n bility, or im r
ii, , I- nl ri"Hi: mi I ninuiiif rnn ,,vsinn O 1 J '
.1 i . .1 " . . r inlueuc
iiien crim:'s, naie ine coiinui-uteui -ui hi
their downward course with the profa
nation of the sabbath day. If children
are allowed to grow up without throw
in;: the rrdpir restraints around their
inn ultiViite 1 appetites and passions, es-
ie strongest v I lence Mc.xicuu cattle to this town, which he
of the truth of bis pi tensions, or nt leust -di-l the next day, an! was arrestel for
a priMtive proof lh.t he 1.1 ml one of s-ttuling those and oilier tattle, and
"nature's line n ddi inou." Can ho J thrown into prison. I'o has had no
succeed in estalili.-hiiig his pn.-iiio.i, he i,li, ycl. 1 have reason to believe that
in:'- he as-ured of two linn .s. J-ir.-u, ' v,oul I be release!; indeed iho propo- ', ,
low lever, I
Later from Mexico.
Nr.w Oi'.i.kans, Aug. 21.
Yiy an arrival at ibis port we have advi
ces from the city of Mexico lo lhu luih
'I'll newly appointed United Slates
M mister bad arrived.
Judge Conlsliu was at Jalapa, await
ing lli; steamer to return home.
A ve-:s"l, su q):;cte.l of beiir n slaver,
and with which Judge Sharkey's naiuo
I h:.- city has . l;)s ;ull e nnuecte I, is now in possession
of llie Mexican authorities.
St Louis, Aug. 21).
The Salt Lake mail reached Indepen
dence yesterday. It had fallen intuaiiu p
creek and the letters were ihoruughly
v w 1 1 e ii
thev have abundant ex
amples lo lead them astray, il is morally
impn!.i!ilfi lo hope that any con.si.lera-
nuniiier oi ttiein tn llietr mature years
that ho has seeuii,:,! tlio nifnl!
nlitii rnti'tii of lint p onion of.-,o.:v
devoid of intellectual merit, an
' i on i , Mtiou v. os iiui'le I'V the liilecl lo re-I
ty.thal' lend Mngi.-r by his paying iJluO. That
l"o ' looks l.ko swiu ilia.;.
Ni:w Oai.rtANs, A'i .-.list 2!l The fever soaliu I. Ail the trains hail passe.l rort
is diminirdii.i;'. Yesterday the total j Laramie.
deailis were 219, of which 2')0 wen; of! The Mexican troops worn approaching
vellow fever. The total deaths from vcl-1 LI Passo, inleu ling lo keep possession
a.lio'l. 'of the Messilla Valley, where iho Mexi-
and would coutiil-
r throe woi
A deputation of citi Mis .arrive 1 fr nu'ean (!a.;.i were wavin
lo until our troops arrived. The
dishonest to pursue un honorable occu-1 It was afiei war Is found that Maier
ii r .i ,i i ! pillion, expect to pain iio.-ition or nolo-; wa- a man of nron riv an I oo ilio ltib
Will .cforul the vices they have riurtur- 1 1 ' 1 . , . ! I 'j'-"! " ' " mi. jiiu
ij.'iton uui .o to ass:t niirsiu:', tuo
I he li er ii .; oi i i:aii:iu;i lu I been ill.-;- .Mexican troops were iloscrtiug lu lar.'o
conlinu ,, owiii : lo iis bad effect on llie. number.'.
by the hcreditarv acnuisiiion of li- 'it w;i:
hat Ins case
sic!;, but tar w i". s:ill 1
or wealtii, or ilroue out an c.xisle nee j ;,ho:i!d be sent to Cl.ihuahua, ihiukin- 1
as "liailu'ers on to soi e one c.:e lid.-- ... i ,i nienns to ..m S.-t-td o,- sxlailrt n,u
e 1 in their youth,. Why is it thai we
i... . r ., :i . i- : t
set: so in a n i-. ii in jut: o, un; i:ii iiiotisi
of inheritiii't a fortune from naren's. to
, , ,. , , ., . ,'sessin: Siicli (ma I: icatious An I sec-! I,i,,, 'I'lu. I.i.m rf ti It, it,.,, oiu, nonce, nur ciuzeiis
ti.e ruin an, t iiis::race oi tue ciui.'rcii .' , , ' , , , , i.ini,,n i,- ; . .
I, In I,,.;,,,.;,,.,!!,'.,-!,..,.,,!,!.. 1A ,!,., :Oiidly, that he has oulisted iho .t.s..u.-l . ,,,,ui ,, ; .,,, iho evidence of tho vuv : "tll,!,t'! ' 111 o 1""""
I,,-, i. ,i ,. 1 and contempt o il taose persons hav-'
led o ihe culture td the expandni"i 1 1 i
,i,.. i.f ll. -l.tl.l 'I'!. ,;.,. I " " J1151 " ' oernt.ioil Ol llltj CStiOUilin . pos
O.i'.: ihi;)'; is certain that should bos-
4 ". tiiilies break out in New Mo.xico, a ma-
nee I.ti.e Cii i.io (.!;.;. . . r, . . ,
n v.- . i i . ,i . I jnriiy ol llie inhabitants woul.l Icavo lur
On .Saturday last, agreeable to prevt-', . , ,,
' 1 I 1 1 .,.,',,, 1 St ,, I I,.,
men v. lio stole
nus nonce, our ciln-vns -reiieral y, pi r-
mil n no. iii uliiivf, i .' """ "'-""ii'i "'i i'-'u i inner
v.- m'.i nri,-.ri-.-ii-U Ciini.l ! appear I to have a prtsi iiii.' place iu tliu
Office of Cr.mtj Coij.r..i;?ioner.
Among the County o'ices tliat bo
coivie vacant, and which arc lo b
fill oil st lhu next .election, none is mnr
imnortant than that of Commissioner.
Tin. Iia-i .-1 I,,. v ..i.,.,. . porlormance ol reli.i.iotis (tun
, i, ,u ,i iiur t.ii,. jii i i j li.,., Ulllli'.l,
le-iislative noweis. 'J'he power to ei-v l'r':''os'
is iilniosl, or finite, wholly
with tho preservation and increase ol j
his possas.-'iiins, and if ho ever doe? Cud j
lime from his pi ans an, I aspiiaiious to
devote a few leisure moments to thoi
an I ex-
occuoie 1 1 l'Ofqui-jties oi itio true i.Onleman,
. .i.i i ' .. i ,
necause no i: , or is not wtiaine prcteimsUii i.av.n
After ihe li'ih all liopo was eiven up '":'n':s f,f I"'"'-'"- Hun Ire !s ofper-e
i . - -. t i m-i . 1 1 i- ! sons who lia.l never Iir,f,in, vnn,l ,.,e,.i ti 1 T'
a -or release
j ! sons who had ik-v
Ai'ii7r.l cf tho Europa.
Halifax, Aug. 20 T ho steamer Eu
rooii, Iron: Liverpool, arrived hero this
vcoiug. She brings 103 passengers for
er or;, ore road u::ui a JJoMnn.
miles was made no the t:i
ue 101 "VRn!a;: o-'tbis opportunity.. In iho Eastern a.Tairs no change has
ihe announcement al
lexers, to establish roads, and build
pors of value; also a watch, Coat &c, ' , r:. ' ', , ': ' ' "
r ,. tt i -i- i .i . i I ' 0 discharge llie duties of Hint ohiee,
from it : m . lie hem,' informed tliiittlie! .. . ,
, , , i , n , i . i r i something more is necessary than Io
nian, (as lie describe I hmi) had just loll, ,- , , ,
, . r, , c, r i t e " r 1 1 y ol purpose, and firmiiss of wi ;
town, he an,! Dcpt, Sherili an Jbbhor; r , ... .
iii.il, ui iii.u ij ii.i j i i,c n mu i.'.se' ii ii a i , iu
went in chase, an 1 they overhauled him
3 miles above town, and recovered most
of iho money, llie watch, Coat, &c The
pocket hook ho said ho threw in tho riv
er. lie was lakon before Ksq. McCoy,
of Haverhill, Ohio, and trie! on a charge
of theft and the Judge sent him to Jail
to await his trial in the Court of Com
mon Pleas. Ho had been at Work for
Ti- f'.k-iriilljir un 1 tii-ri'.l-.litv was. nl!
. '. , . . . ., ,' ri , i of Lawrence nuuiilv will compare favor
l!i3 timo of committing the theft, li.curd., '. ,, .
fl'hat is Happiness!
compiohensivo jud,:ment, rea ly and
correct business habits, with n spirit of
enterprise and improvement are equally
nece.-sary, particularly in this county,
which in utterly destitute of any good
roads or bridges. Why is it that Law
rence is so far behind her neighbors of
sciotoand Galiia, in the condition of
ic ways? It i", not for want of
ability to make iheni; the tax duplicate
ably wnii that ol onv ol the ncmis uonn
counties, ( ine reason why we have hud
1 ask again what is happiness? I.j C(ch ,jr)il ,e!hnt mf(M r thfsm ,
uint bain' idle, that's a fact-no idle L; ., ,.oy , r0 .l(is conno, ba )11:1!,.
man or woman ever was happy since the Woi;iVo )0k011 of ,ho jViV,,r roi , in
. .. I ! ... 1.. II'. : . . r ... : i . .
in ue, iiiu iji.'iuu.-o in ins leiionaciiy ,n ini niiins inaoe n n u puny in rescue linn
chasms a gew-gaw, au.l his nnlirinit el-1 itnivi prison. J he llu:r: was public y ,l 1 " several iinies was main; up tue taken place since
fori to grasp a phantom, as if posses:-: ng : talke 1 about for several days; no per-i ro:l ca'r-iiig "t uucli trip, some twj ' ready seeordo l that Porto has accepted
some real goo I. I soil appeared to pay any attention to it. ' buudreil persons, making lour trips, two with but ono modification in the nolo
Our object, in this, however, is sim- On the inomi.i'.' or iho l?;!i between ;l : l,Uo 'fcnooii and two in the afternoon, ' prepared by the four Powers, mid ahea
ply lo notice the inconsistency of those,! and 4 o'clock, I was awakened by liring j XV"'' llu; exception of the loss ofsonioj dy acceeded to by tho Czar,
and especially some of the nioniUrs of. in bo direction of tlio prison, and goon j'"u'4 wm;'' '-"' blown off, while tlio; A dispatch from Jas.sy to tho 3.1 says a
the press, who bavo espoused the cause aftorwar ds received a message from iM) "is were in motion, ilmre was nothing divan was convoked, and solicited tho
of the Rev. Pretender, uild eagerly sieze i Prefocln that n party of Americans had ; occurrc 1 to marr the pleasuro of ilia Ilospodars lo remain, the Czar having
upon cveiy rumour nlloal, an 1 sol it attained the piir ou and had been re- '"' Juckwn Slundurd given lliem permisdon either lo jirocced
before their readers as a matter of gieat ' pl'-'ed, pnd that a deal and wounded! !?OtV Kaiiv VercT!iPy. ' Cl"KNtn"tiuol,le r remain at homo
practice of her precepts us an onerous J imporlance; and herald his name, a?, one' '"''' liad llt'-11 cn "10 ground ami j U vvo hiutcl, iho teachers at Payton,1 unraolu8lo'U
burthen an oppressive hardship: while ' deservin" admiration, or tominandin?,! requcMed me to examine them. I , 0 ; ......,,., r-ni-r-n to I ! A correspondent says Rcscbitlt Pacha
respect, because of his nncostiy, wlu-n 1 soon luun-i myseM on tho spot, t j11tl n." out of tlic counties of Ohio ' '"' mlormcil Austria tlmr any occupa-
the prime article in our creed rcpulj. j by ihe light of tho day that was j1-1 ; Tlioy p re I c-iv In I to net lor nil ihe leach-1'"" '"Se,'via Austrian troops shohld
lican that has given tho honest Amerl. breaking, I reeogniRj I in tho dead man ' e rs, "cl i.i ihey? nay, for all the PJiOPLF ri'3ni'10'' !IS 11 'loelaration of war.
can, ciiiz ui a far more nobis heritage j Kslr Ilen-Iroi, the district Atloruey ' 0f 0!iio. Just road whit Mr Iavum' 1'--,;(""'-n'E- The long promised debates
than that he seek', is "all men are,l-l 1 aso county, lexas
created free nnd equal.
llie qntrit perception ol the
io whole tenor of his
conversation, and discovers that his de
votions are a matter of form and that his
heart is in his plans for worldly Ruccei.j.
The consequence is, that virtue is mailt
to appear tn them a- a tyrant, and the
on the other band there is not I n c k i n ,-
ahuriiiaiice of instances where the ex
amples of pious parents, accompanied
by tho proper restraint from vice, and
vicious tendencies, instillel into the
first few years of life, have tarried chil
dren t!irou"li the world surrounded with lent lime, when the title of
all tlio ills of poverty, nnd beset by nil citizenship is one that eommnn
the wiles of temptation, fatherless and I respect and admiration n tho world, lo was one o: uol. i.tiilliinau s lnai
all men are,!-! i use couniy, rexas. i nan mm im- ,,. . ,., . -iT. f,.. jon i urnisn auair nan laKcn place in
i ..in..,-, m utj njii.i ,ii .ijuiiouu ituin
t the pros- mediately removed lo a room, and nf-1 (.....,. .-.n. nn .i,- ...i. :,,,. ,. t i, ,t Parliament and was regarded as unsatis-
n- l vii tuni 1'iiop.t.li I1IIU Hit tnu
Anicican Jerwards sont across the river for bu, ial. ' ,,vpocri(u9 wl0 hnrp a,ou, tlle peopIoV ' b"Mory.
,ands ihe, J ho woundo l man, Samuel Hammock, n(jminco l!ieir llRa,ls. I The F
"It is claimed by iho whigs that Lo-
. i .i i , . , , .i i f . . i . . . t. .. i. .. i . i i -.. i . - i
motherless, untaniiMia i uy crr.no, to oo inns pnn.tering io loreign tines, is,i.ie nan ii.iu penuiidie.i un lu"o ull;1 , rin Andrews will be votod for by soino of
positions for iu advance of those who lowering ourselves in the estimation of, Im died in twenty-four hours after. 'the Democratic Teachers of the State.!
have been favored by fortrm. No : olners, an 1 as tl isli unora hi o lo the char
' . i . . .
rripturn truth has more abundant prool ; acter ol tlio people, as it is ueuusiuir, to two hours; kii coinmunteation was stop- : pfljs t0
than this "Train up a child in the way , the individual practising it: and a course ! nr. 1 between this and tho other side of -u u t
rench nows is entirely concen
trated on the reports of the grard fetes of
Austria had addressed n memorial to
The whole (own was undei arms in:c; i.;t,n,i i, ,i, ,v,; " 'bu J.uropean goveriimcnts showing
..iiiii.i. I'.u, iii iii.iiiv. , iiu.u in nwii ...ii, u . w
ascertain lo what extent this
world began. Evo was idle, and that's
tlia wav itho got tempted, poor critter;
employment gives both appuiito and di
gestion. Duty maki'S pleasure doubly
Bweet by contrast. When the harness
is off, if the workaint too hard, a ciitler
likes to kick up his heels. When plea
furois the "business of life it ceases to bo
pleasure; and when it's all lubour and
no play, work like an oulstuflod saddle
cuts into the very bone. Noither labour
or idleRtss has a -road that leads to hap
piness; one lias no room far the heart,
and tho other corrupts it. Had work
is the be.it of llie two, for that has at all
events sound -sleep the other has restless
pillows end on refreshin'-slu'riberg ore
is n misfortune, the other if a curse; and
money aint happiness that's as clear as
iliud. .Sm Slick 'sWise Snw.
, v.,..., ,,.;i t , 1 1
llJlilll.1 Ul. 1. II .1il I ,.'ll' Villi I. II II I lilt' i
that it is worth while to spend labor on
that road where it is now located, for a
considerable part of tho distance it ex
tend?. The roads through the interior
of the county havs been cbicly laid
over the tops of hills, so as to avoid
dugwnys, theonly mode of making con
venient roads through billy regions-.
The Conmissiouers tro responsible for
establishing roads that are badly loca
ted. Tho levies of taxes and tdo ex
penditures of tlio County should always
cotiespou I in amount so that there need
be no orders unrii leoinu.l,
- The result woul 1 be n saving to the
county on bridge, roryl, on 1 all other
contracts, of from ten to tv6nty per cent
bccou?e no contractor will now do a
he should go, and wdien ho is old he
will not depart from il. Again:
"If they could bo taught that thorn is
a God, and His will must ba obeyed, a
necessity for such strict laws, as it is
proper to have now, would not exist. -Society
would become more refined,
au la taste, "orrowdying an I drinking
would bo iniiong the things that were.
If parents and every person lhat has a
regard for tho Sabbath will take hold
and try to nip vice in tho bu I, and not
let the young grow up milieu led, like
rank foul weeds, a salutary eifjet will
bo produced in a short timo A war
ning from a Father's or Mother's voice
when children are young, will do more
good than years of preaching."
Wo bavo laws against sabbath break
ing an 1 profane swearing, (which we
believe to bo right,) yet wo ask in all
candor, how much do they do toward
thai deserves the severest censure of ev
ry true man.
Wynne, Haines & Ca, of Cincinnati,
Dry Goods merchants, have their card
in another column. Always call on
those who advertise if you wish lo get
good bargains. Advertising has become
so much a concomitant of success, that
thosa who do not advertise, from a scar
city of customers, are compelled to ex
act a larger profit to pay tho expenses
of business. If you wont to know the
secret of success at tho present day, ad
vertise your businoss freely, on 1 you
will not inako any further inquiry.
The whigs of Jackson and Vinton
counties have nominated Wm. j. Evans
as their candidate for Representative.
that the recent affair nt Smyrna, wa A-
.1,1, 1 1 t I 1 iii'-niii a uici oiu i iui loajlicillioil Ul l lo
will be done. I find such n claim about . '
.1 . ,i 1 1 ... .ii . i
inn river; iney wou, . run. mow mo . ,. , , , .. .)ft ,.!;, ,,,,!
c rass the river without a permit from ! r;,,,. Scolt w0l;1,, be elected to the Pre.v ! Kcw Disease ia 'MeilCO.
,ho Porlecto. 1 he cx.citement till jiJc.nt.y bv 1C D-u, ofDemocratic votes! I A new and alarming disease has bro
cont.nnes, two or three hundred men , havu mel whh JWralic Teacher, ' kell ovlt at Guerrero in Mexcio. One of
are drilling every morning, and review- , yct of nQ mh(;r UemocriUi wll0 will; lh(j Moxican that u ig
" - - i ivoio lor Anurews ior ouuuui oujniins-
another attack. They need bavo no L;onr T have iust read a renort of the '
fear; the Californians are not men to
It is sai I they took to their heels at
tho first charge. Tho Mexicans wore
prepared for them, immediately after
proceedings of the Dayton meeting of tho
Ohio State Teachers' Association at
which Ar.draws was put iu nomination.
Of the eighty-eight counties in tho State
only thirty-nine had delegates there, and
.0- .......1. . U I...1 tUn .l.n,ci J
1 u UIW1LU luuu iuiiiiii;.i mu p..v.i..-i r . lit. , I i
', ,. . . , . ; or these somo had but one delegate each,
shoutin?, "Death to the Cirintos! Duatn I . .
, S , , i r . ii i Quite a large proportion of tho delegates
to the Ynukeo i o;s Let us sack tho , r 1 , ...
stores and houses!
Lot not an Ameri
Every American is in danger of his
life. When one walks along the street
who were i u attendance were ladies.
Now if a Convention thus constituted
may assume to Speak for lAe Teachers
of Ohio, then may a few solf-oppointcd
all eyes ore turned upon him, and he is 'delegates from any other respectable
something liko the yellow fever, fiebre
amarM, but tukes such various forms,
that in somo cases it terminates with a
vomiting of blood, in the act of which
strikes the victim. In this manner a
nuinbi r of the principal inhabitants have
b:en carried off; among them Senor Don
Remijio Abarca nnd his brother, and the
wife of Gen. Palacios, who was himself
attacktd at the latess accounts and had
executed the the tostameinonlary dispo
sition of bis property. Many other fam
ilies bad fallen victims lo the horrible