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IJZ' 7 k- I ARRIVAL tf TUB.JiriilCA. j . ' The AtVioa wiih one wccka laer news from Kuropef wiili Liverpool dmV u ihe 29th, arrived nidrrtinS Uc wckA week feachiof .Wet. Tln V'or. jog' ara--iiwqtiMiSmr e$tabllrfh(dA, ihe Lnru - . . bi!e7,sOrlaanr7r ' Liverpool Corn'E) rpoot Corn; Exchange, March, flour, and com have advanced Od, j ' Wilmcr & Smith' Times quotes t vnce in 'the grain market. Philad nd Baltimore;' Hour is quoted at . SI '. CorVVVhiie 82s 6d33s ; yellow 6 JQ3 1 j mixed 30sO30 6d. . ProwiohsPork is unchanged. : At.1l tiuf-' firm. T,nrd Isfflls Cd. II prs . are aciive. Buiter 4si wi. Yellow it lower, loba T dull and untfhauged. Sales of 170 ti Pnr.snnn rlen in bodd at 18s Od. Tea T.ull.; Hon Is quiet, though firm..-, freig jre'duU w Philadelpli. . Dead weights 1 id on fin goods, anu hardware SOa " London' Monti 'Ahtkil.The market rionejf !! easy :osed eiOCl r. iVif.n.xiuAi.iliM run .from X.ivar , . . , , , rai lan ru'tpf r v. ; ; ; i Yri Boston, where two ieks since an ofd man. i refilled scholar ant gentleman, whs dragged 4o" prison because be was loo poor to pay a simplo aebi or two unar auuar, and In prison allowed-todie.like a dog, this weak lire VMe aro tn a pcncci pnreniv about a negro, a fugliive Iron) iheSouih, lest he should be returned, by legal "means, to his mastcrl They threaten - Revolution against ih National Government, ami vio lonce totlio persons of public, officers; and clergymen clamor in the streets, and anath ematize all who will not turn tnobocralsjor a negro run-away, while a tottering old mnn. hwausa ho WttS DOO, CBSpS his last breath on the straw of a clammy prison floor, in the hearing of hundreds who live in mar- W8 ' ' Onto JliitaoAD; Dosps. The Wheeling Gazoite of ihe 3d, says! "The very favor- lvl a .ivma nn nrhlnK Ohtn milrtiaile have UUIU iviiiio v...v nil been able to command money will I , ( attention of commercial men. 'ri .wr J have been quite as fav cn-Ai, and were agreeably tern roads .have h w learn the amount ofirada which Gazette thuij'e has already secured. Everywhere dot .. - HI.- M I wav hi tie .to vacafeiig the past which 1 tea, andt. agists oCl advantaj trtiC' of Mr towever, asionany ble palaces, boast their possessions ot ptieqf, inai our up millions, and laud turougn me press uiftur ror ana own charities to rich Institutions at bomftg ;ghM before to the "poor heathen abroad." helr ,ufrragea. Saviour ol tne wor - If the FIRE. in- . even 'days and iweni rsC any nartTft w. 4t , .. JUi-u-xi organ er. lO yave seen ill' ' b: '; mim' .1 I the Pharisees of old for A r y, various of a Puritan ciiy,M'-JT re w'licn Prov,(i o dis - L-iA ,0, our flourishing iwn, have be- Senatob . vi'omPar"lvely staleand Uninternsiing era seem io,w i mug from Ashtabula napii migh reasonably be supposed tVade, wti would lUcive some account of in pfWto Jentioa to the followii, expccllltjori Q , .1 ..,: Nave v-.' ' "v.. rabsufd. than the Q originated on Sat'ur""drfy ' mornine, d abundant, consult fclaimine the eledi of March, at three o'clock. WLn r rvc "aiscpveredi n haa iratlaut jinle .pro- evemai IH,UI boin , . ,imaVhen beninn. .! very map.m..tnv. j, . . . r- r " J - p u,vwu control i in KSrt2oni ''were ; aroused. . The nmnosere first discovered ' between Bos'. worth's Hotel' ani Cohen's Clothing Store, tllA Rnar Koliuaan tk L .... .vnt mo iwo noi oemg more tnnn six inches in width. It. was evidently the work of an Incendiary, as the combus tible materials were not all consumed, when me nre was discovered.,, So rapid, however, was its progress that but liyte prpperty could be saved. The- following j a list of tfcose wno are me sunerers: : s - - r-- , ;"v'ui, siHQiei ana most ofs fujnlture, proyi8o'ost'hay, grain, &c, UJOu. 9lxw lnurancei balance total loss. - :.-; . ; - , ; ;-.-. v.: is;.,;. ; HCloihir Siorel-almost ,thi entire stock destroyed-jnsurance light. -lr. U)V Dwellina House a mi.! .noi oi ner lurniture and clothing however, wassaved.-" v ' ,.-.:.--.-.: ' .t yaAs. Echols Loss . but ir0ht: ninO saved most of Ai, fffrniture and household effects y:. V: : : .'-:.;.-.' .' Ctraci Ru8sLuDwelling4hou80 and swrp house, a total losi.y,nik7 . D. RB rPrug Storelaave .ln,u half ofh Block actual Ins. unlrn-n I P.ti.i.'brug S,pre, ,aved ihe greater portion of his stock:' The building f : jntv prade this uprw.VdfiL. . ndvirse rircuinstances, ; beliyiing v tharihe f -k ; pople of Meigs county, will now look at home for their newspsp r, We have plac fi :,aii, .cavilling at: fault the . Marietta. VKicna and Gullipolis papers, can no longer 4ie referred to in invidious comparison jhe leiegrapr is larger than any of ihera and at the very low pi ice of 91,50. cash up we confidently look for a large increase to our ii:,anfj as ii it w fjr ihe public t mao ,c change, we hoim the public ' will make the tkange i3 us. See Prospectus n anutner column. : . : .:. "v Tim wew cojcsTii uno.f . ,:y We publish in another column an article. Hn the Ohio Stale JownoTagainst. tho e Vonstiiution. It exhibits in sirong Ian- nv ' . ' r .v. 1 ...o IIIIMJUIIICIII, uui IIS na'-andSt 7ro.rce of mMJ of thl waiter's posi lllk . I . AM n a. i,LU . L ( f . w.niiuui jrioiu lu.nm conclusions itu ielt &. r P08'"00 i8 known by our frlegM sr i ; ' mvor ot adopting The-Constitution, K.: V hul wo ,e8m il dutt 10 ur "jflers tha they ' ' t . should ree both sides of the qtipsiion. So as regards ihe lone of ihe leaslinie Whin t -fWM'of the Sta'dmlng t!vi whrb pe .Vtriodin which the subject of' the NewfCon V ' ,,lutiim has been before "the people,.. they v ' ; n8 pursued, to our mind, t strange, in comprehensible, fatuous cours. .Thu.-s-J' tuin oi . caning a Uonvention as not rrret ..V with that drcided opposition awhic U- do manuV'd. Had ft bee'ni lh mrvmnm L'm,U l . fliei, and Ii Vi y Jno cITor would one Whig xii;iiaU)r, against the combined rani)onstrancopf his friends carried the rjuesiion In; ihe Legislature. After it had come before the people it?was suffored. tp go by deluultnothing likeeiructi'vo opposition was manjfesied.. The Convention finnllv ora the first to the last, there was made to bring public sentiment to car uport the Convention, , Had this been I done, ill greatest objocfl unable feature, ihe apportionment, would not have-lefn in the instrument. The proposition ef 'ingle dTs - tricts" was only defeated bv iwo votei. ,; There were enough of dodgers, who had been; instructed in favor of singly districis to have carried it had the press bu dune Ti; duty Jfilhts mauer. More than 'this, ihere wyire enough of Whig voles absent to have saved it, thai would have been there, had the sentiment or the people been rightly . ryvrjB7rir.rdugh its proper medium. But . H-U,. ! ,l:fl- L .1 jio inuav sujiiu inuiuerence tne mosi terverseriess, was manifested every Wo An. nnl k..l.l e Canton ucoiiuii usiuis mo voiitciiiiuii, man c?rcura occupied by him-was' iha nrnBrt r u. uohen tola k Jiistrntrpd , . '. Gbo. LAWatchmakar'Tfila buildin. was torn down to save the ramaininff i.ha. Ings total loss. V i . ' ' Ralston it Stivrm MJC.i.'''T-xIj jSa ..- r; . . ;..v.w--t bu- anion to- iTrrtr buildinsr -ihfcy lost ular, he is building up a buiiness that will bring handsome roturns to the owners. One god quality -in the Ohio is, that she. never passes bry and invariably lands passen gers where they are entered for. ' This will make any boat popular; and. deserves so lo do. " The ollicert of the Ohio are attentive, accommodating, and careful of the comfort of passengers, to a degree rarely witnessed. As the Ohio is adapted for a low water boat, and her speed being little behind the ' larger class of boats, ihe public cannot but appre ciate the advantages which she affords, for a constant and reliable medium of intercjurse between Cincinnati and the towns above, the eniire year. We were pleased to find our friend Mr. Darwen Smith, in the 'CIerk'a office ; but as we gave our opinion of him in an obituary notice about a year since, we need not repeat it here: otherwise, than to say we have nothing to take back. ' : We take this occasion to thank our breth ren of the press, everywhere for the sympa thy manifested for us, in our late mishap. Such evidences of friendship come home to the fin'esenslbilitles.and are doubly welcome. Gen.; Scott has been sojourning in Cin cinnoti during the past week. He was re ceived on landing at the wharf by every demonstration of enthusiasm. The old hero, is said to bear his years as he does his hon trs bravely. . . . : The Post Officb, after this week will be locsted in trie frame building next door a bove Crawford & Stier's store.! " "v';":' ) srntry .Jesuits from 'a part r f this charge yet we that this paper contained more articles rumoifr..... u . , - . , iuui lonuH'u i uiK vauvn in lue clBte VI'A..-T .-J.. ... 1. .L-. I ftic-ar wuuci iv hi, is, umi wo imve -.; jS as good a document under the circuit i,-SgiwvM o tlia, iicaginou ,u UB. Alio Vf 111 conservative Democratic members had inly to struggle against a radical msiori- lv I " - , 1 LVVished by power,and backed by the loud i f . aroMna enurarautcai press, but also 'insiajruricewing stream ot riiicule and disri putabte squibHNg, from those who ought 1 . l : I. ' L ..... . in nave Borne up i&eir nauds in ihe tin .t .. erju.il earnest. It is too late, under thi i .. , circuniaiaiiccc, io i enicr protest . against j whot might havii been prevented. Ji is our r oiniuu. Unit a prudent regard for ihe inter V ,fsis of the State requires the adoption of ih l & Constitution.' Should it be voted down, we ' tTJ&'eri Pt :tonemad(ime in its pro. . nA ken fliehi across nevi .uwtures,. we 4 I jll lhcW goods behlna. y' '. II be remedied ' I Antlr alia -Advices from Jhe apportion- 0ri PtolliPi.t? Nof. repVrt -of pur or- f A colony exceedinglyare so varied L I i.'. iTh Unman corresDOwill ehr h,. -TlmV VflVa' that, the ri Rival irmi. ' 1 I John Russel's Cabinet haflcians, In a .abfy'nitoyapcp w8 Popynnnd its re h ;The-Auiitrin. troops in tbe fmostlncon- tilaftld to have received consf individual f rvjcrrtf u. ; piennial Ses ' MiwiHar-A letter dated .Vie L, had arrived, and was very fa ,em " llBltrteriat announccmeni says that af. " tTgements httd ln -made wlib Prussia. th. ouestion of tne pudency In tho fal Tayhort ofhe amount destroyed Jif. Pish Merchant-Buildine and nnnr. ly all his stock of goods "were destroyed!. we understand however, that he was folly insured. : :- - ,; f -) ; 0. Bbancii t!o. Merckants Building and the larger part of their stock of goods owroyea tne Insurancn rJl n f.. ki f 4 ttOBN and BroiheiwK,.iM; lo, and stock of clothing. And lastly PcRssLF-yPress, fixtures. imDosinV a'tona furniiure, desks, stands, eic at least two- ....... v. vurpnniing omce was destroyed, n lee-iotai ourn up Tor whoever knew printer lb have anything iniirJ 4 R... , poverty jhenheriiance "by divine right" of ihe disciples ote black art, We have rdisposiiion to complain.or'reDine ihar0at We have not attempted to give anything a siBiement oi each individual loi as mat, even the lossers themselves cannot telUertainly, as yet, the ejr.act extent of the damage done. The aggregate, however, wil oeoetween f 25,000 and 830,000, I he amount insured will not , amount to more man one-half, if it .exceeds 1 10,000 Various conjectures have been made as to who the incendiaries are and as to ihe mo tives prompting the act, but nothing certain is Known. The fire Is "purring ai me commencement of the bprlng luiina, hm its eflec'is will be mere aeverely felt. Put, ?feaJ assured that the energy and entetynSe tFxmt tilifc. zens will soon obliterate all Traces "of the disaster,. and tbar Phoenix like,. she will spring from her ashes more beautiful than Deiore. ' a great calamity to Pomeroy 0-Township I.lkctions. The follow ing offi cers were elected for Salisbury ip. at the election on the first instant Justice of the Peace S. S. Paine. Em Trustees M. Heck ud, Josiah Branch. Uavld W.Jacobs. ' ' ' - Clerk S.S. 'Peine.''. ' ' Treasurer Andrew Donnally, ' ' j Assessor Anson Inge Is. . Constahles, Thos. Radford. Thos. W. Smith, David Skinner. ;- Supervisors J. Cartwrighi, Th. Irvln. Geo. Weyersmiller, Sardine Smith, Isaac Vorhes, Wm. Highland,, Adpnijah Smith, Isaac Bf ban, Stewart Garbralth, C. A. Paulk, John C. Hysell 2J, James Cahoon. " fieuben Gilleland, P. E. Jacobs, Lemuel Powell. JohnGorsuch, Ezekial Harnor. ' . . 0-Robbebt The House of Jamss Ht SELt, in this vicinity was entered a few nighis since and robbed of about one hundred dol.' tars in mpney an J various 'other ariicles of kvalue. The robbers killed the watch dog before entering the house. There are vil lains about jown and our cilizenj cannot be too careful. . ',7 '; .".' " (tt-Jknnj Lino, gave her first concert In Cinctiinai) on Monday night. - The city la all excitement, ' , We have received no pa pers from Cincinnati since those of 'Monday morning, and are without the particulars. , Ms. Kkbi, of the Cincinnati c' ring the two-weeks our publication ias been ausnen ded, has never once Tailed in his bounteous liberality toward os ,' We ; shair never 'be able to repay these favors, and consequently ieei me more gratefu for their beslowrnent.. Such favors can only be appreciated by those whose world consists in newspapers. The highest praise we can bestow on Mr. Kerr Is, that be deserves to be a Primer. (ttrOpR ; lNw Phess The Dress on which the .'''Telegraph, is now orinted is ""nuiactory ofC. Foster mgiWi;....dii and of superior workmanship and what makes it still more valuable In our estiraa tion, is, that it is manufactured from Pome roy Iron. This fact speaks volumes in fa vor ofour iron, as press mnkers must ways, have the best article the country af- lords. We would say to our brethren of the croft, that should they visit the Quee city to make a purchase, never close bar gain until you have visited the establishment ortoster & Brother. Their presses have taken the premium over all other presses manuiactured in the West, and, what more, the premium was worthily bestowed, 03-Nbw Ttpk. The new tjpe used on mis number of our paper is from the Foun aory ot Messrs UrjiLroBDjSs Jones Cincln nail. It Is a superior article iri quality and nntsn we think better than can be had any VlOV III llltS WHHI. Af .all AWAntai shouVlopurchase of Messrs Guilfobd & JoN&rra may rely upon their anicles be ing whit they are represented to be. Other establishments may have a wtderrcfltitatlon but none are more deserving of patronise. TL.. .1 I .. ' . ..Bi mey ueserve all we say, the annenr. anceofourpsper, we feel flattered in saying Mbs. Swisshblmi has had : the Western on board her 0OSteambk CfKEVK State. Wo had he pleasure of a irf. on this splendid steam- f k, and feel that she 07)r-q6s a pa-sin T . ice at our hand In at our strr.rr.hn'. !?;vc!!ir?J waters wo Lavs i-vW b?en equal, for cumfon. tj oed, and alfiother qual ities that renders steamboat desirable Unrivalled, as she is In swifinesji, her good fame is attributable more to the1 mannef in which she Is governed by her officers. : Ev erything is asj -t and -orderly, as 'the best regulated ;r 'vi no gaming, no noise, no diwrdcr c 1 kind. The tables are always" sprco. j-i Jbounieous profusion- surpassing in al' respects the hist hotola of -a; v. . vaumq arQ -provi ded with every luxury in the way of chairs, divans, sofus, lounges,- ottomans, mirrors, ta bles etc., etc., altogether rendering her e pal ace' in the extent and richness of hot adorn ments. .The porters and servants are atten tive without annoyance, ever at their posts but never obtrusive or importunate. But ihe crowning excellence is to be found in ihe officers. Capt. Houkbs, is ever on the alert to mskex his giffsts al home. ' Mr Wia veb discharges the duties of Clerk in such a manner as to mak it a pleasure to the irav eller to "call ai th office'' pleasant, affiv b'.e, and always rc,dy to accommodate ihe boat would not be thb Buckeye without him. Then too, we mtiw rtot forget M'MoLLBN,ln his way without ai:jW.offices tr9 B,. w ays 1$' oiaTuTirvoToonoreTgrm fully.;' Mr. Wallacb, too, merits from us a special noiice-alihough our acquaintance was more by field than flood. On the boat he is A. No. 1, but ashore belter even than than , Should any of our friends wish to travel on ihe queen of boats take the Buck eye State.'. '--i -. -.v,.'. I: v. OOrho Corporation election for Mayor, Recorder, Council, &c. will be held on Sat urday .nehelSth inn. 't 0 ; - (fcrCJAHAtt'a Maoazinb, for May is be fore us, and to our mind, is a paragop of ex cellence,; In -all 1 ''departmerts-f anistical and literary. Graham, should- be "patron ized by every lover of the fine ans, and ev eryt friend of American Literature.. The articles of the 'presont number ..are of the very highest order v';'; , ? J' ' '. ' ' 'I OThb LaotV ::Boob'' for " Mayw punctual to makt its appearance. , The took has its distinctive features, dijjfcring from all oilier Magazines. None better than Go. DKT, understand publishing a Maazino for the ladies., M his prpmises are more than redeemed. ,:.." ''i; - (Sir SabtainV Maoazinb, in its May-day dress is already on our table! This Mbga Iin8 distinguished for its solid literary inniter and the unusual excellence of its steel engravings. Those Engravings, bow ever, illustrating "scenes in the life of our Savior" are to our mind, rather poor scenes too mucn so tqaerve as illustrations of The Great Exhibition of all Nations The London correspondent of iho N. York Commercial ; Advertiser in hia lnii.. r iheX8ih of February, says: V . !; The sale of season tickets for th exhibition ol all nations commenced on Thursday, 'and up to the sailing of the steamer 2500 tickets had ben sold." Per. sons are not entitled to free admission on account of their being exh'bitore, unless they state their intentions of attending for the purpose of t-xplain.ng or keeping in tlieirN contribution. The executive ordet committee have decided that no free admis sions shall be granted. . The first arrival of French goods, con sisUngof 265 packages, equa) to about 60 tons, came yesterday. Another load is ex pected to-night. The Sardinia steam frigate "Governo' isnow discharging her cirgo of goods tlbr the exhibition at Woolwich, whence thoy will be brought to the legal quaya m lighters, and bo immediately for warded to Hyde T. -S. Tuc.n h.n. her special commissioner In tho person of . . . vw...ui. proiessor at the University ot on their way to England, which, consider ing jhe limited boundary of The Grand Duchy, is considerable of a contribution. A Mosaic i table, mnde of hard stone, the prop erly of the Grand Duke, which the com. missloner says cost fino.fxm r. .-j eighteen years 'of hard labor, will b . teature of the Tuscan collection. : : ; ;ter &' Rno. I sublime i ovqnwn hicr)kured ttfitLdim..!, Trpatkrn P fTnco of e)ice.. Kuer1Vcave thefi37Wp- die., &c, lone inter view with Spiritual : Rappera, and eomes to tne following conclusion i ru , good deal ra,her b plfi.an Irishman's pig, or even a citv crunter. nrl carry merry urchins . through the gutiere, han go wanderina .bout through thespheres like ji lost pleiad, ffnd playing'rub-a-dLb dub ..-v . u.u.i in ine tup,- as we skulked un der people's tables." . . . " Just about our senilmenis. IV. L , 1 1 uotq receivea several numbers of treason Drawing Room Comnanin published in Boston, by F," Glbason. It is the most beautiful, specimen of newspaper we nave ever seen and is filled witn a vtiried selection of readino The editor deserves success for the beauty of the paper, alone.' ' Price 83 nr .nm See Ralston & Stivebs. advenisnman. another column. They can be found or 'eaay to accommodate their friend..' &7" J. P. Pi rxinn r , . . " xruggist, IS Ollt to- to a new advertisement at . 'd, and going ahead. .' - ' v j OerDABios Rbep, having escarWd' d.. truction by flood and field, greets bis friends in anomer column. . . OCT Cohbk, the. man from Head Quar ters, has erected a new buildi ed a new Slock, and ia telllnff a. F --w wia t 10IID for lhn nnndfnf 0 i. . ' A tturt nlhpp nAWn will I . ... r ' r .:.man e uicj ni" -. - nKnc ter trans., nvwwm . V .i1t.,,,-tf of ihe cxeebivo com- . . tt, i ..uare ibv piw""" z " - . 'i.-lV April.- 1S5U . ....... . r T VAN llUttN.- TZt (KrO. BbanchiSjCo.. mavba fm.' the corner west of the Court House. reA to wait on the public as ' hi.'rinf,.,.:. , . . . Villi not In the old place. ,',"'., OCT Morgan's Tailoring el,ll.i,m.n. as been located on the west sida f r,... eet, nearly opposi il e old stand. .-; V-UBO. L.KK'8 Waioh loJtid over Crofooi's Saddle shot. el. 1 . FoiiK-n)) may ,b on court Mr. Downy has nm U that water, when roprived of air, boils at a lemperature ol 7Far. at the ordinary pressure to the atmosphere, and then ex plodes. Farraday has also discovered thai If ice is thawed so that it cannot absorb .....o8p,rnc air, itnat is out of contact with mw aimospnere,; me . water therefrom ex plodes when it comes to the boiling point i.o can say - mat such may not have oeeo me condition or water in many of ... .vv.-CT Miosionsi May there not Ohio and MissUsippif or may-there not be a marked difference between the East ern and Wcstorn waters, or river and sea wmw, n respoct to its aeration? The faci is waII Iflmivn i K ,r. . . . , - r-taieu waters are, to a great eeni, aeprivod ofeif. by the me chanicai admixture of finely divldod m,uer . -hiiiiiu, ana may not the muddiness of waicr so oi some importance in this con nexion! And lastly, if there ia any thing .., ouggmiiiiiia, wouia not me simple remedy be in aerating the water before it goes to the boiler! Experiments to settle such a question could not be at all difficult, iiuwpYcr expensive; and consTQeriig the great moment and intense' interest' f the subject, nothing should be left untried Jwhich presents a shadow of plausibility. . . . PBBPAnATlONs'poB WkSTBBN EnlOBAW. A letter from Fort Laramie, dopd Febru ary iu, published in the St. Loui Republi can, says that most extensive peparations are in progress for eccommodatjig the irn mensj train bfemigranu which fs expect ed to pasa oyer the Plains this sutimer. A fine and substantial bridge has lien' erect ed over tho Nonh Fork of thePv"4iie Riv er. blacksmith's shobs have hein rectml in together, A Pboclamation. New Orleans Crescent Will triTon ssIa Iaiwt ik. ....J ,,ind oryihing, extO provision, which tfcA late number of the IVnX'dT'Th'' !' 4,h" emi ... Sfung bands. , The wr ier earnest v ad vi lent contains prochv all those h .h.n L .TJV ...t.. r. .1.- .it..." , . . . .l. . ..." . vf"? ins ..... ...a tunio oi me island, ol .' season to supply themselves abundanily Cuba" to the people of the United Siaies, wi,h provisions, for these jfcaanoi be hud at in which the rightfulness of seizing on the P-i PV f nenr ,lie r"'v fn grater nor territory of a friendly power. 1. a! M P0" U i"Pted, will be ..... . ' ' , , TOU"" w oaw we and Uregon, this sea- very orifiinftl - nrtnciples.. ; What for in- son. AThe Salt Lake Ml bad i,L .ZT i 1 . 1 . i .1.1.. j . i. aidnce, can oe more irresistible than tile "'i'BervD oj, argument drawn from ' geology in tho foK Tho new cbnsti'.utl sive features, and so late Journal. O.TITt7TI0 HE y nts rtoPLtl Tn has so many repul icw poinu In which. a republican prodWion, it bj equal la merit w a p.-v-: ro go iz:q a minute detail or ihe fcrsi wcuiu be a most ungrateful and most tedious,' task. . .' i . . The Only really objectionable trait in the present .consutuuon, Is not ao much in the instrument itself as the base advaninm which has been taken of its provision for apportioning ine owie into representative atsiricu. aois was oniy to be obviated by the creation of a single district system.which the newly proprosed organio law but par dally approximates, leaving the matter, to a great extent, ( amid existing dangers and difficulties, worse than belbreV As to the complaint abouiTthe present ju diciary system, jit was and ii competent for the Legislature to amend it af will, merely leaving the old t ystero in barnjless if not use ful operatioc. letter, far belter, to do this than adopt a ne r constitution which, by its own provisions, it subject to annual altera tions ad injiit ist, and which will no doubt employe large pari of time of all coming Legislatures, sh luld it be adopted by a vote of the-people. It is not probable that one fourth of those rho vote on the new constl tutlon will have read it carefully; jind of this one-fourth, but ew will truly appreciate or understand ma iy of its most objectionable features, to be c pveloped by time and exper ience alone. It is not probable that the en ergetic career ol a greaf and populous, and wealthy State lilie Ohio can be immediately influenced by arivihina which tan of selfish Niiici&na or the blind madness of Explosion or Smst Boilebs. p,r l age, of Washington, has hit upon a novl theory to account for ihn TmB a m w 1 -"V i j , . I, i l ... hPipmsjonfftMiLUie .Wewanw.irhWrtb.K-.r. K.',;oviBe or carry out, so elsewhere." "He aays t - ; ' ' ' ' a& T?' Ty' proneryyp .-rt...iisi. ...mtmes! - - rau, luo praiaui uuiun oi tne otates ex ists. But so seat is the emulation among rising States tokurDasa each Dinar, thm ihn continuance of evil -and the introduction of wise legislation will clog that energy and measurably check that career bv which we have been distinguished under the present constitution ins worn ot upright and distin tered men, imbsed, no doubt, with is much Jeffertonian Democracy as existed among ihe delegates tojthe late convention. As all parties and sections seem disposed to let the new, constitution pass by without notice of, or comment oa its most oSieciinnnliln tan. rfures, the follovins svnoosis mnv h nm Ka inappropriate ai this time. It soems to lave been the object of the uonvenuon not to amend or prune, but en tirely to abolish the constitution of 1802: and this with the exception of a few uninimpor- tant sections nasoeen luiiy accomplished. . The constitution of 1802 has eicht ani clea and schedule, comprising 120 sections altogether. The one proposed has-x 16 arti cles and a schedule, with 196 sections. -vThe, imnAritl Aunnt.in, a.n!Ai .1. 1 .1 7 .. I ajjaiy, mo uiu COnSIUU lion was that it wm not sufficiently general, nut comaineu wo mucn special legislation, if this was an evil it is increased ten fold by uiu une prupuseu, as .any one reading must sea. ,'-.- .' The prime objection to the prooosed con Stiiution is the fiict that the time in which to coc aider It bslore the people. U so short that not half the voters will road, and a less num. ter have their attention called to lis provis ions, io me moti opjecuonab.eor which ref erence Is mad j as follows: AbticlbS.. section 5. nmvi.l special privileges or immunities shall ever ox granted that may not be altered, revoked or repealed by the General Assembly. 'I'D. t . f I . n . i n r 1 1 r i u ,m nnnfi.iii... .a. u i. ...... w vL...vi..vuav f-uecause n crimient. ' "i"--"" yrtvMgc; wmcn unaer any re- grown rapidly wealjh.bJlailon, bj such fa iulr!4Set)A , ev I - righi and cquat fatten i, forbid .- 8 (,0 means to otlu-r portions1, of the State Wh W 00 Circumstances hava VUhJ ..c laved their a.if.tkaiiKn. IL: nc , m prohibi.iing the. creaUon of any futuis nu'ui' deU, asaumesio egsm frr ho fu(mti y .;l "'"nurn,Hi,ng- nih.iiAi. i I' .lpmruM f)' r.! h ''f;m it" , .; m-fii. ; V before .V - 'Now i ire ui Us wc miatil 'AN.' lowing extract from this precious document: With you as Its masters; ihe soil of the tortile isle will furnish treasures, which ihn degraded and slavish race who, now hold it know not how to draw frern its bosom, un til Cuba 'shall rival her ilsier California, In the fruteful returns made to the heroes who shall free her from thraldom. In addinir n..L . . . l . . , a . . . : . uuqb to mni gaiaxy oi stars which now ii- OORBOWFUL. A 'VOtmir Mriil anil Ko-...: ful female. drputnA , ... -...v... uuu iatiiH'iiai'ie manner,' was charged before iha esieraay, with beint found insensibly drunk on-the -sldewilk, on the previous night. As we learned on entering, she had beep the'victim of the tasosi sedueiinn- ih vilest arts had been exerted by the betrayer to crusn mi) once beautiful and .ff i- i, ..... . r publican constitution eannot b ilnn-"nri b-.l o . T - uu Because-tt tuny recogniiea the right to "alter. tutiKiul nr rnnl w..i.n... ...P. . j. ' ' . "r "wwai vause or judicial intervention so loifg a" prime point tn Liocoioco legislative progress backward towards despotic and Irresponsible power. : Aeticle 2, Sec. 9. provides ihi nn In. shall be passed without the concurrence of a majority of all ihe members elected, and is ujoi;uoiiauie oecause it win enable a factious Party minority, raoro easily ihan now. m defeat or delay any legislation whatever. After the experience of this kind already had, it is proposed by this section to increase the michief of an existing" evil. -Skc. 10, of the same article, ia mora nh. jectionable, as it allows any one member to same remark .applies le'eection 7 trbic! . ..naing tma. .This may be well enough, if ,he peoele. lbr ' h ,l represeniaiives, should so oyiorrmiie, but wd w.., , e province of ihe Convemion. 1 his article alone, ifth M. ia adopted, will create perpetual excliemerl and biiier feeling ,n spd out of the LegislI 1U. lilt Iha atkl. I . P .1 au - i ft T. ! raenaM W repealed, nnicie 1 1, which rerirrl ar. constiiutes a Doroetua mA r j . "joi5errjrmoi' j j , " enw aistricts are arrai ged, and neds no comment for tbe eonslde ation of aoy honest man. . Article 12, relating to finance and lax.tinJ is all out of place. AllW iu .:c-.... prohibition of. public detHhorrr VTl,Ui Mnl, dt The whole being a mariifes M' jf'11 me (r-t tempt at usurpation of t -!?.... ' Ihe objects and extei J , wkUh rmdew and should properly remi ' J Y,tM, ljarlii n. the people, or their future . Bt v . , , tiona. is obnoxious toVX's Pl,ak.T, Z. the one preceding, and snl ".; ' . .:0 l'nKms IVis posed by Mr. Jefferson. 111,0. ,,, our constitution, which UCinK 'jCTACiK. of incorporation 10 its ful ?H2y Th- iiriiia aiiHmmByiiiiiiinf ru ( ' of all existing cornoraiions. and col- v loompa- lhal forbidding couniiesJio borrosf f 'l cut offaereat part of the Siaia !l .6 f iw cir- the southeast and northwest front ) "Dum of tages enjoyed by other portions of Vj4 'i' ,no Thousands will no doubt blindly s ft me ls the whole of this article, and the folft of year commence a fruitless effort to A re" "e!J what thoy will so hastily have done.Vf our,n: this worse than worthless work of the A W-!havo gogues be adopted by the people. I l '')0 a no lensioojeciiouaDie partol the proi? " ' , vu measurure is article 16, which provide! fdcJ y ia amendment; and the glaring necessiil n tjm its existence should defeat ail thai f w cedes ft. . : j t-sball at We are id have nothing certain. " if o1)0 permanenv-but perpetual ftSofL " Ir ,& fX.' cntinued agltationj.' mmtoa .eonl, The lime-hoaored ,nd welLteated JeW-f0'' sonlan conswuiion of 1802. the W. J!!d wh, ca m neadi and hooest-beatlng heru4 P7l tire ladder to our present greatness and prdk. portiy, i. to be kicked from beneath our feet Und won. out and worthless, and In its place is Z'"r offered gum -alas tic concern of uncertain and , ol uneven strength and tenure, to be perpeitt llv blown or drawn into all sorts oTahanea?!!1 and dimensions, by popular anarty pis sions, and delusive demagogues . . with - Any responsible or honest eitlxen may 1."' well seek rest or quiet on the top or an opet W' thng pulon rod, as attempt to transact boai-??101" ness or expect peace under 1 constitinio 1 which, though it may be a Pboknix. wrpijV ually arising with renewed plumage fro . T its own destruction, would better suit the 1'-und'fe(1 terests of all good citizens, could U be reeocV " " nizod as a monument paai inialligen',!; and true progress, and a stable guide to ol? J" future pftwnerii and nlorv. .nH vl S bona -- ', id tne CIJtCljrflATI. Hmenis t is now settled that Mark P.Taylor is ny elected Mayor of Cincinnati bv a sm.li J ' ' jonty. He was, up to his nomination. . i,..A herein tice of tho peace, and is iha n..mL..:.:. r. Go- iSS .Vhal "J? 10 wla to law and ;T .1 1 tcofocos were eleciedPncai w the Logwlature when the returns nainlyV 8aidl bowed tn-y wore defeated by several huV dred votes. He nr.m.J " Kueh I . . -rv-aw I V II1V (UB IT ' w wiu uBiicn. mm rm ha s.:ii l ' a vigilant officient oflW " Mr. Ruffin, the .vscboolwill cm by several ho-'-" r' thc 1 uh day of Apri,, Of the C v. iuc Vm, m onilTK: m!w Jilting, Elementarv Geograiihy and Men CrArithmetio. - - - 3 00 aJetio, Geography, Grammar, Pliiloso- " Chemistry and blemeniary Atgenrs, w luminesand adorns the political world, you oma, loyellnesa.jiWiih possersion came will but. resume that which once bolonced a"e,y-":c'dness neglect anger and then to your country ror geologists are aureetT V? . ,u ? 'Wandering she knew not ihat ii, with Its sister Isles, lormed at one ?ll,,e c.ha"C8 "ed her mogdalen steps to timo a portion of the continent. This suf- t ? y . .Drink w" only soother of nn Ceiently refutes the absurd charges of rob. near'-brea'ti'g gnef, was poured down her bery and brigandage, by which it has been Parc5'n6thr in desperation, and she was sought q cast odium on this enterprise. . . . " above described. When asked what IVI... I.' .U. -l.l !- enierbis protest "iciiA ihe reason there far. . ... .. . v 'ov, unemu wuwiu uutraiiun, commitment or di-in v-:. i. iv,,.v.i cni Hoi. ich means without any restriction as Astronomy, Ancient Geography & Hiar terms, time, quality, or quantity thus ei 'tory, Physiology and Geology, -I i bling any faction, or fraction of wha son, to cost the public as much tirr money as it pleases, at every session.!. out regard to right, rcaon, exponse, o,-r mon senses . , T Tho lime wa8 hen members of ihojh ..I Li mi .Tt 00 great ded in ' In, tho o. r die so- t tithor- paved guard , eirca- potes, .. ia to she had to say in defence, ihe stricken crea- lure replied: -just nothing, old horso, and don t mean 10 neither. I X-UPRa van rmn'i send me up mort than a mopth, any way." w wan Mcvcine, Where is the robbery in takine what is your owni wnere tne priganduge in wrest ing irom usurper that which belongs to yourselves! .;,".'.'" ENGLASO. ' : " in me nouse 01 i.ords, on the outb of rob- opontaneocs Combustion . We hava ruary, Lord Aberdeen gave an explan,ion been furnished with the followl no Cann ot the fuilufirof Lord Russel to'encase bis v '.'The carelessness of Shi nners in' noi r, cooperation In iho re-construction of the cura,u,y describing their goods, often causes government. Prom it we take jhe following m"cn an"oyance and not unfrequently ac . i- .i. .. .. . , . , cidents. One of ihe mosr providential d ircsaiuii vi una statesman S.V eWS ,0I UIO r.nM ilmi k... .... 1. J . measure propd by the Prim. Minisior, , ITiotlZZ lt wur uiucreiico was conuneo ia a sincie ew y ora nad shlnoed onboard iho rS.. measure. I felt undoubtedly an invincible er Empire, Contain Bunker, a box of Oil iniiuKiiBDcu ouopune i measure ot penal Uoihing, to Mr. John Tatsnpanch. which .1 aii .ais. . . w - ulating xd and ed and t of said ;n person l appoint )minauon w of, ihe pnn "'g Vih rcg- JuriFeiAhercby flrco to f3 parties inu?- V soumTm wUblisbment of the State road vSw F egislotlon towards our fioman Cutholic ful ow-subjecta which is pre posed to be carried into enect oy ihe prelnbu on of the con, siimotion ol licclesiastlcal titles. And, In deed, 1 objocted.to any legislation of this mna on mis subject, 1 feel then that this legislation must prove utterly Ineffectual the bills of Indintr described dise. Ii was consequently stowed In the noiu ana upon the top Was placed seventeen kegs of powder, and Around it some three nunared more. The emnlra elnamd at N mr i . . , - i - xorK, on iMonday aHerneon 1st insi.; and arrived at this port ort Friday,' making the lis difficult enough at alt times by force of passaga in five days. Upon opening the law to give a criminal character to acts In ihomselves Indifferent, so as to ensure the willing obedienco of mankind i but whan such acts are performed from a sense of du. 7 , r-2"g'us obligation, your acis become hours longer, it is probable that box it was fonnd thai the Clothing was com ploiely charred throush. and the box much scorched, from spontaneous combusttonl uud tne box remained in the hold a few a fearful dead. Conscience and opinion ore beyond explosion would have been the consequence the scope'ofyour legislation. . No doubt Alexandria Gazette. :; ' you may persecute, but your persecution will be Ineffectual. We have for two hundred Dobabilitt or WooDThe piles under f7r "-e been dVlven fellow-submo... !,.... flni n,uaHk. iL. 1 7 Bt ana on examining mem I .h.. .hot. i:.:ZL' T.V :.r..VT""' '"ey were found to be little decked. The. years, ana on examining them In 1845, that their numbers, instead of diminishing ZrinivM v Z 7! ' w hava inrr.,,. i .i.ii. i i. .k! ' are principally elm. O.d Savoy Place. In" u.e.;; . oVa ? ?uri wm ye.r. i.u. us.k-i u.j l .-j f.r... . t." nu Rhetoric, Logic, Higher Mathematics and ,V.nlw..k . .. .1 I ;. I .nni..nM - . ft AA in (lrrtnrtinng will be made for absence 'i-xccDf-w heroin in cases of protracted sickness, and no scholars v effect tho will be received after the first week of the tcnu N- fh as i.nluM ll.av rrrt intn .I.ma, alroa.lv fnnnl I UllllD. 1.11V. g'J 1.1' vuunv. .11 l.uu j ...iiiiv. Bord in private families from 1 60 to II Vt, erai Assembly of Ohio were suimniBdVtfi hi Pnm M.mh n. ihri. t gentlemen of integrity and intelliifence but'Ti.t'iriiLTii'JSriif 'v,'a ' ,iw.tiii7iaSiHt. j mat itipe nas passed away, never, it is prob-H to the Commissioners of Meigs county, at 1. 1 J i t. ' d i ' J r - ... a. a auie,uuring mis age 01 progress, to return t u nexl tvssl0" Pnyng or a county roau io oe In those limes, but not now, might ihis ,hBi,Hn,i,,M.Sd,sSS,c!! inn hnM .n ., x...,-i i , .L Wllot No. 8 in Danville; thenre north with the ion hold an unrestricted place in the orgartV(Wie line of Section 13 in Salew township, to the IC law ot Ohio. V ihwest coinei of Swearengen's land; theoce a Sec, 25 providing for regular bienni"Atnwert cour,e to William Davis' bain; thence ' sessions will be found most inexnedieKl,UU8"J"," I,a V? V "" 1"na w s nil lmnn..U.n i , , .tiio uonncaBi corner oi bmiu Anuicwi lanu, lucuce A. 2? ' , ana improvident, more especial v aa He nro.....i. w i.:j W . Armed a i . , 0 r eUI6u " tJVV aaiiiut sarvpitiBj vam VtiV GBOV f , iiosed conslituilon comprises more Objeciside of acerlain run to widow Ednmndson'sfenret ; provv --j or the consumption of time, ihnn anvctmiJience on the east sideof the run close to the hilU ; .'nufni- rn II lar paper ever before promulgated, for th 1"!' JjS? 0n"m' her!- the puV V'J?"- consequence of . ' tt fri r-rni Staw 6t uuuDiuin win nA roffniuvi . m. hii mmix. 1 r ...,. T a ivmuui Vltlu KIUU ot per ennui incubation of the General As- sembly of Ohio; "The only ihina ii Its fa vor is the promise, of a pseuda-ilaliliif to our State government in one resoec whirh tne new constitution and its own uma ren dors utterly hopeless in all others. Articles S and 4 are passed without com ment, as tney relate to the execbtiva nnd judiciary, which a legislative oligarchy will icguioio as ii piuases, i netr $alamet. Article 6, section 1, is most objjbciionable. as requiring noining oi any citifzen for his equal share in the governmect ahd the pro lection of life, liberty and property a riuht. so widely extended, without restriction or re quirement, anu ao seemingly wofuless must necessarily be abused. , The old constitution requires that every man ahall be liable io woric at least two daya on the nubile road.- but the one proposed, by . forbidding a noil tax, treates an extending class of privileged loafersdrones and fungi on tho community, which honest men will, perhjysome day be obliged to use against the Semsgogues in their own defence. Article 8, having reference to the public Ka m,i I .a a a . finunir. In m aan AlA.MA IU UB11I OVUUM W rtlUUUJ IIS an active pan. commiswoners of Meigs and gin at story ay of Junesession.lMl, wherever he moved, (against the establish- again any .complain, for 'oY-thS ' was even a welcome nsftantatheir Uads. . where probably known the best. ' Am- 1 day night last, this poor man calteaTaTil1 : house Of Mr. M'Loughlin Cambridge Cambridgeport, and a-ked lodgings, whic1 ' MtrM'L. granted, as he has often done f similar cases. Ue appeared quite unwt and every attention was extended te him t ; the family. The next morning he tf folind dead, upon the floor of his roo; where he was supposed m h. fhllun Irv 7 Of l) 9 . fiu The body exhibited n mnla nroof I deceased's statemenia r m. a asia onuw-iv w.- - "tented field," as it was almost literally co ere? ! M ord cuts and shot wounds r i . besidoi fighting the battles of bis own Co( ' IH II II X. L I . . l' .L JJV ..f - - ..u iiq ma aiso servea wim vt Amtrloanarmy Ins campaign against iTlt Horida Indians, though ha rarely. If evir. mentioned thacironm.i.nrin hlaaivm H- ed modest apiilicBiione for aid. 'The 1 aw, which I bad honed wasuiiorlv abolish. ou. ueusve uioi in tne into pfoceedings mien nave taken place no law has been bro en, unless, indeedwhich msv be doubtful. ihere has boen an infraction of some of tnnsu barborous laws the text of which still continues to disgrace the stitute book, though hoy have, long been obsolete, and which very recently have bocn stigmaiixed by the li-gUIitlurc iuelf." . ' ' . .. " ;, wooden piles consisiinir of ,ejm, beach and chestnut, were found, upon recent' examination to be nfli-for-ilir Of the durability of limber in a wet state, the, filet of ihe bridge built by Emperor Trajin ovor the Danube affords a ttriklna exniipie. One of ihese piles were taken up i.una io uo peirmed to the depth of 1 r an wen; uui tne rest ol Ilia wand jsiC7 dinont from its former state, jt'hDfch It had biM driven 1600 y car v t iTJ't II i 1 1 T . H. debt and public works, should hsve no pi ace A? .or finaly ",un b'u n" io ,n in the organic law-Of a free State, with the P."0"0 ourlal exception ptrnapt or seciion 12, which vides for the election of 'a board of pi P a or miMio works, the number of which ih Cnaannn bad no right to ptftscrlbe. ceciioivtt, or this article, it outrniriouslv onyxi liven If the principle of ajotlna counties or municipalities to borrowmoney vm I'uuuu nviM were in iiseti irvnortti or impolitio on general princinles;yei,lafter more than hull ilio iootlu of thj a.ji Pronnit ai Pambridira. on day afternoon. Boston Transcript, tfjth as -' : Stow ok Mississirri. On the 4th.,-k' a great storm swept o-ver and along the Sissinni lit ik x,loktu,rtinnil of Island - rr- . j..j.iv.... D' i l Trees were Uprooted, and housot aind wiown oown in all directions; anu , i flatboatS i nAcn whh nroviiions Si" ii-t-r I1MS- m the ircula-. cisicr- t 8UCIL made' irodu jJran: io Au .. e its ci val id fur itea 10 4 the prupa la bucI plates, Vy the i of th shall Uireo curred (shall .jf, and S"ory, noi '' urposoi r.tor i cfiar :ry ap-v 4ck rnie1 '"nt'fof id rea' hereby ii u'hclr- f' '-! ''.' "" N ..' J ..'- - V ': S ''V .' :igih'r ' 1 , ,..i...t 1od Twist, Ac' 4e. ' f k l a - wsa- ' . fu r wj eV-ttri BlfTTfi nnil till M 1iv r V ' I aSBaSaiaWaWSBaii " 1 m t'l" j inr ,'i ' - T ,- t 1 ' " ' IISKill X A - --" nntneskmskmsmswmmmmkmmmm riisrat .i..iuj.iirii VKx&X ''TtJnMWiltoitonu "i" " s-'jjtfl sTrskWsWIl'f iTM'iril ' n i I:.Ji'A.-r . J'. l Ml W',l'''l''ilw,iWW,''f . "d losi. The ateamer AmeriAS - - y I-V-VK1II VAiif f-! w. -. a MVt blown ihi w -1 af . . TvrvV " m " ' li na ""penor, ana cab be sold lu i uuiii inr pnwiu priprs m OTtirrnftlf. ' . . -. ItKKM March r 1 S- I . SjpaajBBaSatanBTWMtVa arrel o- , old low- J unA - a. 3