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I I '5 THE iMRYSBlMd JoMMk! ( Q ( it PER R YSBURG JOURN A Lr. SATURDAY, JANUARY, 13, 1855 To Printers. Being desirous of a change of occupation, the proprietor of this paper will sell the of fice at the mere first cost of the material, (which is all good as new.) any time before the first of April next. This is a rare chance for a printer. ,T-One or two good hogs, butchered, will be taken on account at this office, if brought soon. jSKThe republican party of Ohio has just cause of granulation and joy that the slave . . . . , , , j ,- r, democracy nave mm u.c uuui i......... - -j take an undisguised and open position in ta-j party of Ohio, the aiders and comforters of the Nebraska infamy, the. opponents of Ame rican free labor and American interests, th vor of Pierce, slavery and the Ohio board of public works The resolutions passed at the ,. o.t rM state convention on the 8th are full, quar and hunkerish as need be. llie people will now- have a chance at the real pro-slavery j authors and defenders of the corruptions ofj our state government, its peculating and shameless board of public works, state house favoritism and botchery, penitentiary thiev ing and counterfeiting, and above all, at the authors of our crushing and infamous system of taxation. The people will agpin sit in judgment upon these party men and their con duet, and it needs no unusual gift of prophecy to foretell their verdict. When the offenses of rulers (who should be serv ants) become rank and generally oppressive, and goad the people on every side, it would be strange indeed if they should not rise up in the majesty of their strength and condemn those who have so grievously abused their confidence. And they will do it with an emphasis that will be remembered this time. Immaculate Conception. After a long session the great council of Catholic bishops assembled at Rome, have voted by a large majority that the Virgin Mary was conceiv ed without sin begotten, we suppose, and "brought into the world miraculously, in the same manner that it is said her offspring Je sus was. This decision was in accordance with the wish of the Tope, who has issued his bull, promulgating this new dogma of the church, which all good Catholics are hereafter expected and required to believe. Fowlers & Wells's Publications. The advertisement in this paper, of useful books to be sent by mail, has probably attracted the reader's attention. The books offered are both cheap and valuable. The Water-Cure Journal and the Phreno logical Journal are two monthly quarto pa pers, of good si?e, very beautifully printed and eml Dished with engravings, and full of instructive, entertaining and valuable road ing. The price of each is 1 per year,' and no family should be without them. " Life Illustrated," is the name of the most beautiful weekly newspaper we have ever seen printed, by the same publishers. Price $2 a year. The threo papers can be had for a year. This is extremely cheap. Ad dfess'Fowlers & Wells, New York. JZirThe weather is warm aiid spring-like, to an extent we have never before witnessed at this season of the year. Allied Forces Th. n.l. i.J . .... ----- fnrr-PC K.fnrP S..rfnnnl wpw .n.mpnU I. J 2C0S00 men. Wi7 this inoXon oneralions can be vigorously prosecuted, J J). b. Journaj; s-Rumor from Washington says; that a rtni- form tariff of .25 per cent., with a large .will be passed at the present session of . - . r nil . tt . 1 i r i 1 " , New York. Jan. u. me neraiu 01 mis; morning says that Mr. Soule has resigned his ' position as minister toSpain, and will spec-j dily return to the United States. j Erie, Jan. 8. They have torn up the rail road track one mile, at llarlior UrecK. iney are taking up the track at Erie, at the bridg-j es. ureal excitement. j 4 p.m. The bridge over. State street is torn clown. The .sheriff was driven from! the ground and pelted with eggs and snow- balls. ! Philadelphia, Jan. 9. The supreme court i (Ills mni-niitfT np:lMtil lll UM'tt nf Jirfpctfl Hit 1 1 ""' 3 1,1 ' 1 'o b " l ' Marshal Kevser has been ordered to Krie.i i? taxos this P. M., with such force as he embankment at Harbor Creek. may choosa to summon. 1 Erie. Jan. 10. 3 P- m. Council have been; in session, had petitions before th" m to or ; brWgig , ; nai.. decided to lay the matter on the table, j and adjourned to await the action of thej legislature. i The railroad bridges are being rebuilt to-1 clay. The. rioters ar still grading down the! kmeut at Harbor Creek. I Boy Killed. The Rlaumee Times saysj that a son of Wm. llartnett was riding a through the streets on Saturday, the. 30th ult., when the animal became fi -ight-i at a pail the boy was carrying on his; arm, and ran off, throwing the boy out of the saddle, but his foot held in the stirrup, j The horse ran near half a mile with the boy; at his side. The boy was chad bj-1 ill. 1 lore uie nors1 couiu ds stopped. Gov. Corwin delivered a lecture Ivfore the' Xnia lyceum on New Year's evening. The Torchlight speaks of it as an able and elo-. effort. ; A Washington letter writer says that Col. j Kinney has returned to that city, that 1000: volunteers are enroled for the Mosquitoexpe- dition, and that the 23th of February is fix-1 d ininn for thpir flpnii rt nrp ' Three-fourths of the money business of St. ! Louis is clone through private bankers, and the afreate fooling of their exchanges for the year amount to 810,000,000. Illinois has 1837 mils of' railroad finish-! ed, and 847 nearly finished; besid-s 150 miles of plankroad. The resources of that state are vast, and are being rapidly (level-j oped. The population of the United States in I860 will be 30,986,851, at the ratio of in-i crease that has prevailed from the orcaniza-: J tion of the government. dermaniliooihavingbeenelectedlordmayor.U'puntry, Minnesota and Oregon. Letters from uregon siaie xnai me increase oi population London is sadly afflicted with lunacy, al- this vear by emigration does not exceed 1500. The St. Paul (Minnesota) Pioneer says " From all that we have seen and heard reI-Caine ative to the number of persons who settled in Minnesota the past, season, wei judge that not less than 25,000 actual settlers have pitched their tents with us Since the opening of navigation. Th'y have not settled in any one particular locality, dispersed themselves all over the territo-1 ry. Next season the number will be much increased.; The defalcation of Jesse Timanu?. the chief! F ihn Mi mnt n L; of the Miami tribe, a powerful faction of! the democracy of Hamilton county, is sui 1 about ?i7,000. It Is alleged also that hehassoldaiargenmnlnnofiBltrrial?f&c.JBV!,0,V o " ' ' ' about the new court house, and bus appro-! "itiuu ni cuin. iu ma uii 11 ll.-i , ill 1 J 1 1 fcL - quence of which, the prosecutfng attorney; ndb uciai: ieu 11s prooeriv. Dv oruer or trie . . ' J ""'vi . 1111. county commissioners. The Statesman. ve believe It was, which, a few days since, sad " We have no Galphius in our ' house." T- , 1 n 777- J ne state scliools ot Indiana are now un-; ,1... ,1 - -V . i i i , , ,,U6UV ,lmmi naviug receiu-1 . l? ludicne assessment oi special jioArfc, prebciioeci oy uie scuooi law oi mat rr ! ' .'"'V'1'0 S 6' ,P " L, T 7s 1 icepj tS ff ,t7 Z,cationi:i inSs.s. iiolxo I v I be reimilied by legislative action.. - Bhoke! The Lafayette Courier of the 2d freej;st. Sajs that. the " bank of Covington pip list; 0l,t 0n Friday" last, without paying de congress. nosilors, who w ill have to lose about 20 ur cl . . . . . . . Kverv county 111 tins state is siipp lied ' on, or inore newspapers, except Ottowa During the. inonih of November, the rnor- mous sum of 5,270,51)2 was shipped from Every county in this state is supplied with Sun Francisco lor the United States, and 011 the 1st of December 1,81-1,408 was shipped, making a grand total in one month and one clay ot more than ,UUl),lH)U. Does this h,0k as though we need resort to bank paper for a currency ? The courts'an 1 lawyers of California have decided that a Chinaman is not a white per-j sou, nn,l that he cannot b: n itnr.ili.ed and ... I ...! i ........? t ........ I . t .. t ... 1 ... 1 T .. t I .. .1 J ........ uiiimut u ui tnif ii.-iii i i ii i iu: uiii i! ii oiuu 5. a romi,anv of min-rs have been exnloriui: the Colorado'and Gil t rivers lor six month-. in search of gold. Tiiey have return -il, and report th-ir failure to fi.i I any tiling that will )av for mjnin-T. I . ,p(1 (o leadimr articles for the London Sun av Tine s upon current events. It will b.: hi- orgjii. Tiince Albert has Ivcom- fat and bald, as becomes an Englishman and the father of a family. Qen. Caziv au. who has been nej-otiatins: with the colored gentlemen of St. Domingo f,,r ,10 ,,v 0f Sumaua, Ins asked our gov horse emm nt for a number of sliij.s of war. to repair to tin island, to counteract the Urit ened is, alu French fleets there. It cannot very Uell be granted, for the simple reason, if no other, that we have not got the ships. Washington paper says that Dan Sick dangling lrS has resigned his post at London. We are "lad to hear it. An anti-Nebrnska sneaker in the Iilinoi legislature is elected by 10 majority. This titles the question of'tho election of seni quent tor against Gen. Shields. bill has been introduced into congress to prevent the introduction into the United States of paupers, idiots, insaiu and blind persons. It ouht to pass. Tha wool trade of the country continues ,'xceedingly depressed, ami the trade hus Sid-j . dom or ever. beta in a worse, condition than' : at tli'J present lime. S-veral manufacturers have recently suspended, many mills arej&-v 'stopped, while bin few are working full time. The stock on hand is pretty !argi and money dilhcult to realiz? upon it; holders const quen'ly expect no early improvement, and! willingly accept on common domestic de. senptions lower prices than have been l ur-j rent at any period since 1812. Mr. Slat. r; ritiiiiii of Rhode Island, who has been for some lim -J the only manufacturer of broadcloths in this has quitted that portion of his bu-jble. jsiness, and, as we learn, there are now no , broadcloth mills running in llie country. Huston Courier. The Watch Game. As tlu eastern cars in this afternoon, one ot the passen-formerly havejgf.a stranger, was walking about the depot waiting for the cars to leave for the west, when a man came up to him with a sorrow-! ful countenance and said he was in great dis-! tress as his wife was sick, lie had no money j and was far from home, lie would sell his watch for a small Him. The stranger, an old . 'nan, said hedidn't want the watch. "W 11, ! then, lend me five dollars, and I will pay " dlM"i5 "leavutuai gave u.e desired v. ,' ? T ' , -ul,lI-hat 1 'orroH:uiish,p,.il-Ii.ayi.,s thestr,n- t0 &lblk t".M0"Cf ,?3 ,b' st ."'.'i1'1- i m I ri r U- a ml lie 1 1 fpc v 1 1 1 c t r:i i m I a . .I...l-. . ' v 1 i.i i Artesian wells in Illinois" on prairies, have 1 . i , e n . . i 1 , i- e v Ju.pii full v" tested iim unililo sunn hec nf. ' , , . r . r. i , 1 . ?'WUt ,W T ?' fTxd ' 'n' onl U r,,l71,H ,,.u1are,1.fet,t AeP- !ht' blurgoses, of 411e;:vdl-. who own an i,n-;f mens'; tract ot Innd on the Illinois tirainl.is i.. ;..?. .i. i, ... ... ... ... r . prairie, were wis ursi iu iry in? exp.'rimeiii , oil mere ima cneap an. ?ure means fty ; wuicn io oniijin water win oe oi great value . RereUl, f,,r Journal the vast ln ,rl. Hmrie. D. Pm.th A?W V"! Geo. V. Baird, y.UQ Life in Santa Fe. Stiikft Siiootinu Cakryinu CoNCEAI.KI) Weapons. In another column of our paper, there will be found a notice of the last cuce. 'of street shooting in Santa Fe. In this in stance, iorlunsitely no harm was done, but 1 tingling that was more the result ( f the manner in winch the nisto was handled. 1'he practice of than lack id' client to kill. carrying concealed deadly Weapons evil'iu this country, that calls loudlv I is an lor re- dress ; and were we to r gtster the catalogue of murders and affrays that have resulted from thiscause.it vould xhihit a fearful ; amount id' crime. Here a six .-hooter, or u huge butcher knife, big nniili to slay an ox, is as much the part of a mail's co.Jiiina I .. I 1 i.r ....... t f . . I ... . . I . I . ..1. I j 'in mi i vii i i iii i iiiu ifl ii ' n ia ei . i,vrrv mnn. apparently, goes arnv-d again?! his neighbor; and iii;trum n is of i!ea;h ar- as commonly carried, as though onr comiilunit v was made tip of murderous outlaws. Tin: ni.-rchant behind lh" counter,' wli -n sd'.invi few pins oi a yard of tape to a woman, is arm"d to the teeth; but for what purpose we e.uinot tell unl'ss us a protection against a pair of pretty eyes. If a genii in in gn.s to i b ill of an evening, he carries his arsenal of revolvers and howieknivs with him; nn.l Ii- also wears th. m to tin house of Go.l. j Santa Fe GaZ. Tiie i IT ct of this pernicious habit m iy he estimated fioin the fact that, of all the Americans who have died in N v M xieo, -dnce 1810, (not including soldiers.) s-ven-eights of lh. whol.t numb.T have met their deaths from violent causes. The receipts and expenditures foot upas follows : he receipts ior the past year, ;( 185 1) of hay, irain, stock, fruit, Kc. 2,051.7j ! Expenditures for labor, taxes, ; repairs, ccc, &r., l.'OdOO A lYoKUAiti.K Farm. In a late number of the To! 'do Iilu.de, we find a communica tion from Mr. Wolsey, owner of tin; ' Mni inee Farm,' located a short dUuuee below Maimi'e City, giving an account of his re ceipts from, an 1 c xp' n lilures on. said fjria for the past year, liis farm con.-ists of two hundred and thirty acres one hundred and seventy of which are under cultivation. lidlance profit for the year, iJlibS.Tj Citizens iiy Naturalization-. -Th- num ber of persons naturalized in Washington by the superior and common pleas court, dining the vear 185 I , seems almost incredi- The records show that 0.504 have n-- reived their papers, jm ! ihe number who have declared their intention of becomiii" icitUMis is more than twice as great. Slavery in Liiik ma. It v. J. C. Teffr a missionary in Liberia writ's to a fii nd m Washington enmity, d -nyin ' that slavery exists in lh" blue! It'oublie of Li should beria. says: " You ask the question- ),.s Lib-rlin government in any way , tolerate any kind of slavery?' Th-ir laws , think, do nnt. There is a si c ci s of ap but prenticcship tolerated, which may' be looked ,,,, by som" as a kind of sla verv T' Faun it;u !,;lt Llearned while at Liberia last Novcm- : ,Hr and D-cemOer, 1 n.n in.lm-d to think some of the citizens of the republic :ive sometimes, as traders among the na to.bs accept,?,! of persons as pawns or ar... for th' l,:,"lt ''"'V. "nd hell ' . i . . . . . : i .1 . . . . . . uiein uuiii ur- inomw wus i)ai t. .icttier there is any law in t lie republic against this. 1 am uii'iim to snv. 1 . ..... 1. 11 i i 'ti - ! ' lt'lA 1 u,( 1 u.Ji iuz-u- ' At vcrtis,'r that hc work nn this road has bv st,sp.,,ded on account the hard times; and adds! "The work mni,!!,- i.ri,,.t..c.-!,, i ... i ''ii ii an ' l'"-r."'---'t u u m.M'fir.- CVer h -en contemplated. On Friday, the ; 15:1. ult.. an cstin.ate of over fiftev.i ll.ou- : sand dollars was oaid to inntrncliirs :ml llIU H"'l paid for. 1 he financial matters of ' i-e not b,en in the ,asl c,nbar- Jl" " 11 lg position 'ft spady pairt pje tion.