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I'oMKHoir, O., TftiAv::::::::::rAi'uiL '26. We hear much these day nboi t the law of cuiiny between the aeveial S atea, and this id rfll well enough if practiced. But when true State directa its whole iiicy to llie annoyance of noelher, she might ut least to cease her clamors for Vomit v." There is one Hp-cite of potty iiiennness which seems to bo systematically prac ticed by our iieighboi over the River, or jM'iliHp.H we ought to ny some of litem, (for ihe rr.ce of bonoiablo men bnve noi wholly disappeared from that ol! Com--nmnwealtli,) mid iltnl id llie shipping and driving into Ohio, lo be supported by the charity of oiir people, Iter worn-out slaves and innumerable w bite paupers, made such by i he degradation brought ujioii them in (.incipience of slavery, li in ibis latter clufA of whirh e now speak. Our Township nnd County, is now bur dened with a number of these, no'i only , lo the oiinivuiit taxing f our people, bill to the corruption of the mi;.ls of the youth of the place. The latest instance is tl.ut of a young gill brought fn'ni above (.'hai lesion, n:ul kit here, some four weeks ago. She is i.(.t i'Vi r vix'vn years of age and pit her rood looking, but of that doless habit and bopeleiH ignorance which characterizes so many of what the negroes denominate the "poor white tiaah" ol that Slate. It seems tnnt she found a (Inn under a rock b:u.k of town, where bbo remained eoran three weeks, supported by such proviti.ms as wan furnished her by those who knew of her retreat, until a week ago; when she was found by the Trustees in a condition that made it their duty under the dictates oi humanity to provide for her at the pub lic expense. She says sho was brought here on a steamer, but does not know the name of the boat, nor who brought her. Another case is that of a family from f'arkeibbuig. The story the woman tejls is, that her husband, who was a mechanic, died several years ago at Pai kersburg, leaving her a'ul a huge family of children. One daughter U married to a man who is hopelessly infirm, and can never support himself. Tlie authorities of l'arkersbur took two of her children, a boy and girl, ubotit tliittcii years old from her and bound litem to a imin at that place, while die ami her younger children went, or were pent, to Ohio to shift for themselves. The man to whom her daughter was bound tcduced her, and then sent her ruined as .he was, and hei brother, to their mother at Cincinnati. They returned to Paikorsburg to obtain some redress, or at lea3t to lind that support in their native county which humanity in all countries professt e to give to the unfortunate and destitute. But in stead of being cared for there, tlie whole family weie shipped away again and are uow here a charge upon the humanity of our count'. Air. Bosworlh, a director of our Inlir m.vy, on learning these fids, sent them home, with a letter to the authorities, and nuking them to pay the expenses to which our county had been put in the premises. To tins letter he received the lolloning hi leply, which we give as a literary curi-o-iity, and Virginia's commentary on the lw of comity. We publish the leterex hciIv as written, except the names. The precious document is s folio. vs: I'm -kerbburg, va mach 31, o9 SI. Dusworth Esq. Sir I receaved youis this morning by J 1' Which 1 must annswer by Lulling you nov that 1 .Shipped Mrs E it Family I' & w ite to prevent them from becoming Cliarg- able to our, County as Si is E Lett, our County and us, I, understand Went to cinema. and wos Gun .Some time and She Came Back to hunt for C who bad seni hir Children down to Ciin-ina .: to hir and .She tarred only a Short, lime in our County, ontill I, Shipped hir, with, hir, consent to sttibativill ohio Whar hii Brother reside, as Slie Said So according to the Laws of Virginia it ohio the bole Gang have thir resedence in ohio 1' in z ine&vill MrsE it famuly in cincinaui or in ohio any Whar according lo the Laws of ohio one thing I, do no that thg Law diclar our Nigrovv when thay run of Krc9 as Soon as they put thir fcot on ohio Soil, mid of Corse a Whit 1'aisoti Would, b.i, frov-'ind by the Sam Law In virgina if a pat.-oti inoovcs out of the State wi;h :he Intention of S.aying lh-y ar no Longe Si.iZi-u undir hir Laws, so as for you, -Charges rendered, I, have no light, to pay nnd If you send thim hear 1, will maKe the Steem Boat lake them back thai brings them up, a, I, fchall maKe the S'.eeui boat 4.hio talie J 1' BacK to Wliare She liot, him fiee of Chaige vuurs nexation. By vme means these same sovereigns had insulted, the dignity of lb Administration of 1mra Buchanan, nnd of course the honor of the country had to be vindicated. But as the only De. mocracy has of vindicating the IVktional honor against a weak jiower, is to make them pay a sum of money or be whipped, Buchanan of course sent bis sjjis of waiJcter of som of the crew, the people of to the FejeeB, at an expense of a inilliou or so of dollars, to demand of the natives, what they never saw, some thousands of dollars, to heal our wounded reputation. The astonished chiefs not knowing what a thousand dollars meant, went to a British vessel which happened to be there, to bo instructed. having no money, they made a nice little "dicker" with the Brit ish commander, nnd secielly sold and transferred to that Government the afore said Islands for money to pay ihe demand made upon them by ours. Our brave com modores returned in triumph, having spent at least five hundred dollais for every one they recovered, nnd bad scarcely reported their exploits to their superiors, when the report of the sale and annexation to Eng land, followed them. Propriety forbids a report of the language in w hich Buchanan is said to have expressed bis indignation at England. But we guess he will hardly send I113 fleet lo demand ratis faction of her. Oreytown, Faragua, and the l'eje Islands will demand llio attcnUon of this Admin istration for the remainder of the term. Iloiu a or I'd II. In one of his beautiful lectures, George ;S. Ilillard thus depicts the perils of young i men in llie great cities. Unhappily it is ! equally applicable to lesser towns; and if we had the ability, we would bring the I subject home to th5 young men who read the Tcleijrai'h with a power that would make the impression indelible. If youth, with its exuberant impulses and gushing sympathies could but realize what ihe ex perience of later years will teach, when if will bo, in many cases, to late to retrieve the past, how many would be saved from the whirlpool which engulfs its thousands yearly, to become the ornaments of so ciety and the benefactors of iheir race. He says: I 4 "To a young man away from home, j friendless and forlorn in a great city, the I bouts of peril are between sunset and bed jtime, for the moon and the stars see more evil in a fcingle hour, than the sun in his ' whole day's circuit. The poet's visions of : evening are all composed of soothing and j lender images. It brings the wanderer to his home, the child to its mother's aims, the ox to his stall, and ihe weary laborer I to his rest. But the gentle hearted youth ; who is thrown upon the rocks of a pitiless ! city, and stands homeless amid a thou leand lomes, the approach of evening ! brings with it an aching sense of loneliness jand desolation, which comes down upon the spirit like darkness upon the earth. In I this mood his best impulses become a 8iiaro to him, and he is led as tiny because 'he is social, affectionate, sympathetic and j warm-hearted. If there be a young man j tliua circumstanced, within the sound of i my voice, let me say to him that books are friends of the friendless, and that a library is the home of the homeless. A lasto for ' 'JTlie Iteicuu tue. .Our renders are aware that a' trial of great interest has been in progress for some time in the United States District Court at Cleveland, under the Fugitive Slave Law. Some time last Summer, acompany of kidnappers were discovered prowling around Oberhn, and from the known char that place kept up such a vigilent watch that for several days they were uuublo to sieze a victim. At last, by paying a tool of the slave power twenty dollars, they got him to induce one of the students of the College, by false pretenses, to go into the country with him in a buggy. As soon as lie wjsf'farely out of town, the kidnap pers wno were lying in wait, seized and ironed him, and started for Kentucky. This disappearance of the young man aroused the fears of the citizens, and in a few moments a large number were in pur suit. They overtook them at Wellington, where they hnd stopped and had their in tended victim locked and manacled in an upper room. They claimed that the man was a fugitive slave and ordered the citi zens who had collected, to nsoiat them in carrying him out of the State. This they refused to do, as the man w as nearly white, nnd had been for a long time a student in he College, and no one believed him to be a slave. But as the Fugitive Slave Law makes it a high crime to refuse to aid kidnnppeis, these precious villians had ac complished their purpose, and so pretend ing to be alarmed they ran away, knowing that they could make more money, by prosecuting the citizens than by selling their prize. The world has come to know that the Judges of the U. S. Courts are appointed with a solo view to their subservency as the instruments of the slave power, and that the Marshals and other officers, hold their positions by the sole tenure of their willing complicity. "So the Marshal (and our readers know the material of which theee Majslijil$ are made) summoned a Grand Jury of such creatutes as can be found on the Western Reserve suitable for this purpose, among whom, was the man whose son had decoyed tlie student into the clutches of tho slave-catchers, and his Honor Judge Wilson, procured indict ments against the venerable Prof. Peck, Hev. Mr. Fitch, Hon. Ralph Plumb, and some thirty-seven others of the best citi zens of that county, for "rescuing" this student from his captors. Well, the trials commenced some ten days ago before a Jury packed by the Mar shal, every one of whom were the most brawling pro-slavery fanatics to be found in Northern Ohioandns it turns out, a part of them at least, if not all, were dep uty Jfar shots, at the time. Simeon Busli ne:!, was the one first tiied, and although every honest man looked upon the trial before such a Jury as a mere mockery, yet it was not supposed that even they could render a verdict of y-uiliv on the evidence. Rut in this the public were mistaken. We give ihe account of the scene from the Cleveland "Leader," and hope our readers will rend it carefully. The Court convened yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock, and a verdict having been agreed upon by the Jury, the) came in and reading will alwavs can v you into the best i took their seats. The prisoner being pies ! possible companr, and enable you to con- tll question was put by the Court ... , . ,i ''Gentlemen of the Juiy, Lave you ; verse with men who will instruct you bv , ,. ,0,, J' ; agreed upon a verdict? their wisdom ana cr.arm you oy u,eir wit; j ..We jiaVe yoUr iit)llo,. who will soothe you when fretted, refresh j "What is your verdict, Mr. Foreman'?" vuii when wearv. council vou when uer-' "uuiltv. . ml i plexed, and sympathise with you at all times. Evil spirits, in the middle ages, were exercised and driven away by the bell, ! book and candle you want but two of ' these agents ihe book and thg candle." lit-mociutic iicor out v. i Tlie diseomlitted builders of the Tower of Bable nover exhibited such a discord - The room was filled with spectators, who heard and received the verdict with quietness. This raise having been disposed of, the District Attorney called the name of James Langston as the next case. The defence remarked that they were ready in none of the other cases except that Oi Prof. Peck. The Attorney insisting upon that of Mr. Langston, Mr. Spukling thought they might te ready with that case by the men all into th stody of the Marshal." The Court tl ordered the Marshal lo take the pri?r. : : into custody, ' when Judge Spuuldin m quested that their re cogniaances mi; t be cancelled. This decision i iving been made known, the Marshal inf ned them of the neces sity of placing them in confinement, to which they mad no objections. All this lime the outside passage and halls (the doors having bn kept loeked) were crowded with an eager crowd watching and waiting fur an insight iuto ibe Temple of Justice, and waiting for the exodus of the prisoners. At length the doors opened and the Marshal, arm in arm with the ven erable and white haired Mr. (Dillettlieaded ihe procession, while after them came the culprits two by two, with their shawls, carpet-bags and valises, all arrived and equipped for a few days visit to Wight man' Castle. Distributed through the procession walked the Deputy Marshals, consequentially handling their stout canes and marching with solemn tiead ns guar dians of the peace and security of this "(Jellorious Union." On arriving at the jail they were kept waiting for some time in the rain, while Sheriff Wightman called upon the County Commissioners to receive orders as to opening the doors of his residence to such a delegation tif the citizens of Lorain County. Vhn he returned he answered that ho could not take the men as priso ners, but wotttdVopen his sitting room to them and make them ns comfortable as he could. He was unwilling to take men as prisoners for doing just what he would have done In like circumstances. They were accordingly taken into the silling room where they were as well taken care of as tho case would admit. They occupy, the upper rooms of the jailor's apartmepts and are not thrust into the cells. Sheriff Wightman did all in his power to provide beds for the 'guests, and we presume they passed ,tlie night com fortably. We linppened 'to call in upon them jut attending evening devotion. Prof. Peck read from the Bfble a chapter especially addressed to those in bonds and affliction, and a social' hymn, offered an eloquent prayer1 for their support nnd en couragement.' Such men do not often flinch. They are sternly for the right, and will uphold it to the end. Another such an honorable, conscientious, intelligent nnd good lookirtg set of "crimiuals" never wa9 vonfined in that or perhaps any other jail. Court now adjourned to Monday morn ing at 10 o'clock the counsel for the de fense giving notice that they should con sider it their duty to challenge the jury at that time. ' Immediately after the adjournment the room was cleared of all save the following persons, who had been called up by ihe Marshal as the accused, (a few had pre viously gone to Oberlin, on permission of the District Attorney,) their counsel and the Marshal. James Langston, Wilson Evan', John Watson, David Watson, Simeon Bushnell, Eli Boyce, Lorin Wadsworth, James Bart !etr, Robert Windsor, Matthew Gilletl, Jacob B. Shipherd, O. S. B. Wall. John II. Scott, Daniel Williams. Ansel W. Ly man, Henry E. Peck, W. E. Lincoln, James M. Fitch, Henry Wilson, Ralph Plumb. - -T- These gentlemen being gathered togeth er were requested by tho Marshal to enter (heir recognizance for their appearance on Monday morning. This being objected to, he, or. his own authoiity and respon sibility, offered to let them go home, if they would give him their parole of honor hat they would return on Monday morn ing, with the exception of Mr. Bushnell, whom ho would be obliged to retain. Through Prof. Peck, as their spokes man, and according to the advice of their counsel, they passed several resolutions, by which they agreed, after due consulla- ! lion, to inform the Marshal that inasmuch ias the District Attorney had placed them !in hia custody they would remain there j until iclieved by due course of law. They would give no bail, eu'er no recognizance, and make no promises to return to the Court. ICnll Itoud. We copy the following advertisement from the "Tioga Advertiser" for the bene fit of all who desire to travel on that route. It isproper to say that the name of the road is Destruction, and that there are no free tickets, each passenger being expected to pay all he is worth by way of fare. This, however, is no objection, as none ever return, and will have no use for money at the end of the journey. The President and Vice President, whoso names are subscribed below, have not issued their advertisement in printed form, but by their action thus appeal to the public: "The Directors take pleasure in re-assuring their numerous friends and patrons, that the Road to Ruin is now in good or der. Within the last three months it has enrried moie than three hundred thousand putsengert clear through from the town of Temperance to the city of Destruction, while the number of way passengers is en couraging. An enormous amount of freight, such as mechanic's tools, house hold furniture, nnd even whole farms, have gone forward; and the receipts of ihe year have been so large that the Directors have resolved to declare a dividend of five hun dred per cent. The track lias been much improved, and relaid with Messrs. Diabo lus k Go's patent rail. The grades rue reduced 10 a dead level, and the switches brought to such perfection all along tho route, as to jerk the cars in a moment from the main tiack, to avoid collision with the Total Abstinence engine and the Tem perance trains which have recently caused so much trouble. In short, we have sjtaied no expense to make it superior to any other Road to Ruin ever established. It gives us great pleasure to call tho attention of the public to improvements in our engines and cars. The old favorite locomotive Alcohol hns a fire-chamber of double ca pacity, and patent driving wheels alter the fashion of old Juggernaut. Our wine-cars are models of luxurious coveyance, after the far-fair ed London Gin-Palaces, where Indies nnd children, and gentlemen of the first water, can have all nttention. To keep up with the spirit of '(he limes, our whisky, ruin and brandy cars have been greatly enlarged, and fare reduced lo half price. Our cider, porter and beei cars are exciting great attention among the children. Our experienced engineer, Mr. Belial, and our polite and gentlemanly con ductor, Mr. Mix, have been too long known to the traveling .public to need any com mendation. Indeed, so swift and spark ling are our trains through a". I our towns and villages, that some have called it "The flying artillery of hell let loose on the earth." Tickets must always be procured of Sir. Slix, at the Drinker's Hotel, where you MAnninD. On tboSM hint., Ijr !! . M. II. lirlchl, Mr. JOSEPH F. f'OOl'ER and Sim MAKY ANN ABBOTT, both of Hoilloroy, Oliln. l'oiiic'ioy Iteuiil lUnrkct. PoMKROV. TdCKDAY. Alirll 10. I All. H.IHlCl.l3lillll Sunn, 5IIU-. H, Cuiiillen, (lulliiw) H(g.15c, LunniH, iii; Cnmlloii. (itnr) Sin, Klour, When OiilB..Vklii-. blii.ll Pututoua. 1. lMicotl.SU b buli Apple, frreoii) l..1li'2. Biilmr, IHfl23c. imr b Krjr, W H)c. f, 1I07.. MilllMSxa, iWn iSc. p Ul, Sirup, 1 1 Nuirnr. (N.'O.) ri(9i. 9 B Suvrnr (U lilte) wria.-. Collee, KVi .v, fi fl,. Kk-M, ka(7c. i u,. Kliih, (Cml) SOgiir. Flh, (Muckercl,) SuslOc. I'ixli, lW hlti-)3-. Hic k led l'urli. HaIOc. hnulilont, H&luc. ilik-ii, (sMiiikudj UiotlOc. Hlli,l'ic. SPECIAL NOTICES. jcto glilbcrttscmritts. Extraordinary Renovation op the Blood. Tlie ttnlouiiilhiir cnrcii accomplUhuU by Dr. Kolmck'a Scun llnnvlmi KuiiicUtttH, ore llio runult ortliolr tniincillnlo tout moHl MtHiixry i-ffuet upon the blooil. Nervous romptulnt, tiiiHgi-sllcm, ncrofuln, liver eoiiipliilnu, luulunclioly, guuerul debility, nflerilom of llie pro cruativc ornann, ulcora, eruptions, &c. all have llicir aoutmiu ourcu In tho blood. Iftluil fluid ia lioollhy, llie whole body la healil y, nnd lr corrupted, It la quickly Trend Iroin every luliit by a course or Br. Ho baek'a Blood Purifier uud I'M, livery mn.ll brings grateful letters from convalescent patients. Tho whole West rings with the praises of these priceless curatives. See Advancement. 14-lin. Hom.oway's Pills Deaths from upuplcxy are In most oases attributable to imprudence and neglect. Let all persons of a full liul.it, who have a predispo sition to tho disease, resort to tills groat vegetable sndativo and alterative whenever they feel u sensa tlon of fulness in the bead, or are sensible of any un due excitement tu the urlerlul system or tho nerves, and we will guarantee tliom against apoplexy, and also against all dlseuscs of llie heart which do not result from malformation or a change of structure. As a means of regulating the flow of the blood, mid purifying It from all morbid particles, those Pills hold tlie flri.1 place in llie niulcria incdlca. THE G KEATE2f GLISII "ilEMED Y. MH JAMES CXA It KLK'S' t't'la-tsiutcsl I' inalv J'ills. VltOTKCTEU BV ROYAL LKTTKKS PATENT. Prepared front n prescription ofSir 1. Clarke, M. li., Physician Extraordinary to the Queen. This invnt uable medtctno is unfailing in tlie cure of allthoso painful mid dangerous diseases to which lne feuiule constitution Is subject, H moderates all ex cess anil removes all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied on. lO MAKIIIED LADIES It Is peculiarly suited. It will, In a short lime, bring on the monthly period with regularity. Each bottle, price Ouo Dollar, bears the Govern ment Slump or Ureal Britain, to prevent counterfeit. CAUTION. Tln-;e pills should not be taken bv females during the first THitisK months ol pregnancy, as iney are sure to bring on Miscarriage, but any other time they are safe. IimiII cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain In tho Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion Palpitation of thu Heart, Hysterics, and Whites, these Pills will eirect a euro when all other means have failed, and although a powerful remedy, do not con tain iron, calomel, antiinoii) , or anything hurtful of the constitution. Full directions accompany eacb package, sole agent for the United Statesaml Canada, JOB MOSES, (Late L. C. Baldwin & Co.,) Rochester, N. V. J?. B $1,110 and C postage uliimpscuclosed to an SPRING GOODS! JUST received, a seasonable supply of Goods from New York, Philadelphia, Bal timore, PittMutirgli, Wheeling, Cincinnati. Louisville and New Orleans, tousisting of DryOootls, II rdware, Queensware, Clothing, Groceries, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Fish, Car pets, Oil-Cloths, books and Stationary, Lamps, Cual and Lnrd Oil, Cordage, Lime, Slon-Ware, Nails, Steels, Olass, Doors.Sash, Looking Glasses, Wall Capers, Curtains and Fixtures, Farmers and Mechanics Tools, No tions, &c. fee., all ol which will be sold as low os they can le bought iu these parts. No 9416, From Street. l-3t.. W. II. RKMINGTON. JAMES P. TAMEST No. SO Wood Street. Six doors above St. Charles Hold, Pittsburgh, Ph., - WIIULKSALK UtAl.kH IN B 0 0TS, SHOES, WOOL, FUK A.NU Sl'.MMEU HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, FLOWERS, &rM SPARES pleasure in calling the attention of J- li is customers and country merclianu generally, to his very large fiesh stock of .Spring and Summer Goods, ns above, in the greatest styles and varieties, suitable for ail tastes. This Stock has been purchased from the man li lac hirers in New England with great care, and is one of the choicest to bo lound in any establishment in the oountr; nnd notwithstanding the great advance iu Leather, Die advertiser's intention is to keep the prices down to those of lst ye'ar, thereby enabling his customers to make their usual profits. , ;, . ,. Country Merchants ore invited to call and I examine before buying. April 19 16-lm may 6( C the following extract from our ! authorized Agent, will Insure a bottle of the Pills by charter from Government: ovei!eear of the l'oor of, the '2 dintiict Wood Cuuijty liut'IiuimuS l'olicy. The Administration is great on annexa tion. If it e-pre.-icU itself on anything it in iii. prn-nting England from acquiring ny moie territoiy,and absorb rg it all into cur own gloiious Union. But the practi cal way of doing it it rather funny. Away of in fcoine of the wait ponds are a group f Islands culled the "Fejee Islands.' They are iuhnbited by a set of cannibal fcavageE, but the Islands themselves are very valuable from iheir position, climate and productions, and would be of immense adrautage to any civilized Government which might acquire control of them. Our wine AJniitiitlrntion bad its eye upon them nnd in its usual filibuster style got up niee litrlfl dispu'e wiib the nakd t,ivM'igii, with ti e ulterior oljTt of :iii- ' nut jargon ns is now heard in the ranks -f i time the new Jury was ready to proceed the Democracy. Pre-c'in nentlv n party of ' J dgo Wilson said the present jury was ImiViU, they have b-en held together for "e lruck ai,(J or l.h.tt te; a"d i 1 J ... , . , i it was proper that they should try all the visits, as one ol their owi. sages declared, f.asPS- "by the cohesive power of public plunder" j Mr. liaekus remarked that he was as . alone. Every local prejudice and every j tonished lo hear his honor intimate that i sectional interest hs ben ply,.-d upon by ! lh juiy- win. have sat through and upon ! , , , i -.i ,; ,i I this case heard all the testimony, and ! the leaders, and with ttie magic charm of . . ... c . ' ' . ! who have now in the presence of tho court jtho name- of Democrats operating upon j ude.d a verdict, in which their minds ' the honest masseo, they have succeeded I are made up and fixed upon all the impor ' in obtaining power only to use it for the tant points i n the ease, are to be held com- ! corrupt and stilish pu poses of the design- j Ple.,'t lo nol, uaot'. ,'ll"UJiit b' :. ' ' 'similar. 1 be owueibhip ot John whether ling tew. j j10 OWej service to Bacon whether he Ofliccs and palrormgo have been dis-! was tlie same John whether he was le ! peiised among the' leaders of the vat iotu; ' gaily or illegally arrested by Jennings factions with a scale of such nice pro-"uJ whether he was held by virtue of the portions as lo rei-.in them in the fold that !Power torney ,or bllu! "arrant-all 1 . . j i i j these points bad been heard and deter- they might continue to dup-i their less niined by these men. and could they come ! wiley followers. But the people have at , another trial with no opmiotis formed ilasl delected the many colored cheat and J in their own minds? Why it was an un ! iho hour of retribution approaches. With ; h,ea,d 4' a,ld a most villainous outrage on ; , . e . , .,. ,i ! the sense of justice of the civilized world, ! the certainty of their doom before Iheui, , . e , a e a . ii v j land tio one of the defendants would eo jth. y have fallen out among themselves j slujtify himself as to attempt u defence iatid a terrible internecine war is raging in ! belore such a jury, lie had never known I the camp. If the one thousandth part of j or beard of such a mockery of that justice i,t these whilom cronies say of eacb j wl,ih 6,.ulia I"1 in every court. It ! , in- was si terrible, not to say a monstrous pro- i oilier is true, a more corrupt and profli- f.di, )e ,ike of w,,V.h 1)a(J neref I gate set of rascals never fastened them- known since courts were in existence selves upon tlie Government of any people on earth. In the midst of this din and discord we trust tho honest portion of the people who still linger arotmd the old landmarks of the pprty, like the Indians around the graves The Court remarked that the jury would decide each case upon the evidence offered in I bat particular caeo, and there was no occasion for excitement or intemperate zeal to be exhibited, as ihe rule would be enforced. Judge Spalding then announced that il i llll'IF VL'll.k llQl Ultlf lull 11 li.l. of their fathers, will jo.u the swelling j, eT impul.lflll, jXlilll U,epl identity, throng who for truth, for freedom and then Wcle exp-oted to ny every -a, then the country are planting themselves upon aDi,irict Attorney could call the accused Republican platform of purely Democratic l,P "s '!llt Ha he pleased and try lliem, for principles, the successful carrying .-u'. of i fl,U-r W"W '""V call any witnesses for i - l . v t. r . i i M'"1 defense nor ai pear by Attorney before which must be ben Ucient in their result j , a jurv Tlie Powerol ItConcy Cadwallader Wallace, the son of weal thy parents, some time since, at tho re- "Lii'onseil to make a stron? man weak; Licensed to lay a wise iuuii low; Licenced a wifes fond heart to lirenk. And make her children's tears to flow. Licensed lo do your neiphljor liarin; I.trensed lo foster hate ami atrife; Licensed to nerve the robber's arm; Licensed to whet the murderous knife. Licensed where peace and quite dwell, To bring disease and want and woe; Licensed to make this world a liHI, And tit man lor a hell below." ; RKOrLATIOKfl. The down train leaves Cidervilla at G a m., PorUM'town nt 7 a. m., Beerville at C a. m., Wiuev lie at. 9 a. m.. Brandy Borough at 10 a. m., and Whisky City at 12 m. The speed of the train will be greatly increased as it proceeds; stopping, how ever, to land passengers at l'oorhouseville, IJospUaltown, Prisonburg, Gallowsville, fec. On Sunday, cars will be ready as iwua!, especially for way passengers, until furiher notice. .N. B. All baggage at the risk of the owners, and widows and orphans are par ticularly requested not. to inquire after per sons or properly at Ruin Depot, as in no case wib the Directors hold iheiusulvi.s liable for accidents to passengers. Wm. Wholesale Pies't. Robert Retail. Vice l'rcs't. return mail l'"or sale by 11. Keed, Ponioroy, 0.; J. 11. Furk,nnd j Suire, Kcsteiu di Co. .Cincinnati. O SSlJJt F ITS! F ITS!! F ITS!!! IIANCE'S VKGKTABI.K KXTKA CT teHElUFF'S WALE. B virtue of an exi'cultoti to me directed Iroin the Supeiior Cjttrt of dnniimali, I will oiler for suie on the farm of Julia Sloan, in Uedlord Township, Mei);s County, on ihe u in uy in .uay, ioo'j, at i'i o'clock niKin, the following rlescrilicd property, to-wit: Uue Uny .Mare, one sorrel Coll two years old, twelve bead of Hugs, one two horse wniron. one one-liorse buggy, one cow, one o cart, one double barrel shot gun. 1 will also offer or sine ai the old store- home ol Iru Sloan in Huiijjtuwn, Bedlord.Townliip, at 't o'clock, of said llih day of May, lSo'J, llie following fl.,c.ri It.. n.ii.a.lii 4 ...... A 11 I r uv-.t.tu jj.ujiui.y, lu-wu; t tjinail 101 01 carved dishes, also a small lot of glass jars, also a small lot of pitcher and tta-poia, also a lot of baskets, corn, also a lot of dry goods ' clothing, Ince, veiling, fcc, ami a large a-l riety of other things loo numerous to men tion, it being the remnant of said Ira Sloan's store, and sold ns the property of Ira Slonu, John Sloan and Eli Sloan, at the suit of Pol lard, Smith & Cu. J. V. SMITH, S. M. C. April 25 17 3t- MILL PROPERTY FOR SALE. f HUE subscriber give notice that as the us--1- signte of Miles, Lasher & Johnson, he offer. lor sale the following property, to-wit: The Flouring and Saw Wills sifiated in the townol Ilncine, known us Ihe lincine .Mills, with an adjoining Town Lot. both of said Mills are ol the very best construction and are advantageously looted, having uiachii. cry of the most approved kind nnd in complete running order. Persons desirous of purcha sing mill properly would do well to call ami exuimiie before purchasing elsewhere. April ia iri-3ui 11. I'. MILES. .NOTICE. I ELZAR NYE, vs. William 11 Coombs -t-'-L .Meigs Conimon I'U-nt WilliaTQ 11. i Coombs, of the Stale ! 1 ml mim, will luk-j notice that Melzar Nye, .!' tin; County of i on tiil ii an or f.is, nr.isMn, uumm aku ah Nmtvoia Jleigs nod btate of Ohio, did, ni litis '2"tli . and roNSTiri"riuNL vauiwtf. iluyuf .Murcli, A. I). lib'J, lilf his pelilioniu I I'ersona li are aboring under any dial reaxiuic Ibu Coll rt of Common I'.e.is wi L In it nnd for j iniiliiily will nnd ilANue'D VtoriABi.ai'.eiiiti-Tic 1'iLia j said County ol Meigs and Stale of Uhio, j to be the only ruuiudy ever discovered tor curing Eni- ngainst the said William II. Coombs, detenu -I l-ij r falliop; Kit. ant, suiting lorlli, that on thu ISili day of j 'Jhene illl n4uii a ppcrlfleautlftu ou the nervoui pril, A.tJ. llie Snjd MeU ir iS've held lyiciu; and, allhoi gli th-y are ir-'niireil eieeinll) i two promissory llntts ii);uilist one TliOIIIIH L. j lor ihe purpose iitcurinK Kils tliey will be Tumid i.l Sargent, for tl.e Slim ol I'J.'i DO, each 0110 ! cupeviul lient Ul lor all jioroona alllicleil with wmk , Ol which had become due mi the 1st day of nerves, or w how nervous system has been jirii.nl rati d ' "gust, A . IJ I Soli, the nllivr I j become i!ui or shi.ltered from any cau.ie li,itever. In fliroi.ic I " u,e L-il ll;1' !' A ugu.t, A. D. 1857, that Icoinpliiintaordiseasesol l..i:S st.uiJii.K, Buperindueoil I n,J'K!i Wen; dnnv ing inlerest at the rale bv ncrvoumioM, they lire exceedu.Rlv l.eneltvial. S1X '"'r ct'"1- I'tr " ere secured 1 i I. tl... IMI.r'ir-iiiu ..I ...1 w I Prlee. S:i i.erhor. orluo liovenfor Personinll I"' ""- "fi"S- orfiKeni n lerfl CS- ol' the city, encliMinj; a remittance, will have the pilln Beul tlieni tliroiih llie imiil.rree ol'.o!.l.:ire. Korrtul' by .i n S. 11 m k, No. li.f Jin I tiin ore si reel, linliiuiort Zild., lo v lieiu oi-der from till parts ol Uie Union 111114 I be mldressi.'il. post-paid. J:in. l-.'.iH. -ly Giddings in Prison! Tho Hon. Joshua It. OitlJings was in Cleveland on Monday, on his way lo Columbus, nnd stopped over to visit the incarcerated Twenty, lie rn!bifl ubiirtlw linfm-o noiin. nnd bfiinT in- quest of a noted courtezan, deliberately ; viled bv the oentlemantv Sheriff to8tav shot and killed, without the pretense of a 'and dine with the prisoners, replied: "1 &)cto ;iltibcvtisciiunts. Lf ft'll lt'!St'lSt I'tn-nns knowing them selves indebted to llie nni'i ryigued, either by note, 1 oiik-nccmint or oilierwi.se, will please cml nt l be earliest nionvtnl nifMljle ami dis eharire the same. On the oilier hand, I df- sue thoie bnviiig claims neaiii.-.! me, lo pie- sent them lor seltleineiit, ns 1 wish tu have provocation, a man named Godfrey, in the streets of Chillicolhe. For this ho was confined in the jail of that city awaiting his tii.tl. Tho murderer, however, has escaped, and, from tho circumstances, tho unchari table think if he had been a "poor devil' niv business mutters sliaignieueit up. April 'Jfj-n-St. WM. NEWELL. tnle, ihiit said William II. Coombs hud, pre vious to that time, purchased of said Th-iuan L. .Sargent, the lauds covered by sail morl i unge, ami hail agreed with .said 8. -gent lo iny ! to said Xe llie said moneys secured I hereby; ilinlKrtid U iMiini II. U i .intis, wishiili; to at uiiii an exteiis.tu of ll.-e lime for the puv.iient nt the said money sn dae m.d to bi:i:oiiii due, from the said harent lo ihe said Nvc, did, on i t he said Jftth ilay of .April, A. L. l-')7, enter i into a w l i 11 e n contract wilh tlie said .Nyo, by j v Inch lie i greed, ihul in roiisuleraiion that. ! I he s iid .Me:..ir iS'ye wouid eMeud the tune lor the pnvnieut of said niontys, so due and i to become due, fur the term oi one year from the said JSih day of r pril, t . U. lool, he. the said HUH: in 11. Coombs, woni I pay lo said ie, interest on nil sums then due, from ATTENTION! T WOULD respectfully call tlie attention ol those who are using, or ought to use !..,,., .,1..n.w1.. r,.i,il rr,.olf FrAm o num. , S pec I HC leS, that 1 llOVe IHIVlllil VrtVWU llll.ll.ll 1IVUI '. "Hill .. , .' . . - 1 inst received a suonlv s.-. berot invitations, on tlie ground that i ;,r Ule Ct.ei,rutc(, Bra-9. came here on putposo lo see tho indicted, ! 7. i I i n n Pebble Glntjses, and could entangle m)'self with nothing until my visit to them was secured; hut I certainly nuist allow myself bo diMtin guiseed an honor as yuu'otler mo." And as to the fare furnished, ho facetiously intimated that constitutions of ordinary j 1 1 : , ... ,iiiiiui.i ..e ...la.in.aYc remaineuanu oeen inea llliu , .,... wnlll,l MR:iff oi.tlive sir month. hlino. . innn lr. TTnb tb .vfra eriik!nn rf flin- gress should cenvene in time to lengthen, The circumstances, as told by the inilor, arc these: On that paiticular night the j bv n sPeciil1 "constitutional" act, the term j ; ;i ... 1 1 :e . 1 i- U'f Mr. Bushnell, and such of his col- 1 j;uIor and his wtfe were way ata weduuiff ! . . ... . , ,.. ? 0 ; leagrues as may in n similar mannner be party ana 01a not return until very late, j wxWy convicted, there would seem lit By tho merest accident in the world tho : tlu prospect of Republican votes in ICUO jailor forgot to 6hut tho outside doors of the building when he left, but put tho jail in charge of a servant girl! "About nino o'clock two tall men, with black whiskers, came into her room, took her by the aim, led herup stairs, and tied a hand kerchief over her eyes! and then locked her in the room, and let the prisoner out." Of course the girl could not mako a noise so as to alarm any one until she could get the handkerchief ofl her eyes! and it took her just two hours to take off the blindfold, although her hands were not tied, nor she in any way hurl. When she got her eyes released of course she raised au alarm, but the prisoner had then been gouo two hours, and has not Crushed to Dkath. We are sony to announce, that a fatal accident occurred on Saturdy lust, at a saw mil!, near Oceola, recently bought by Mr. Holler. A son ol Mr. Holler's, a young man about 20 years, was attending the mill. He had a log 01: the cariiage, propped by a block, while he was arranging something about it, he being inside of the carriage, the prop of the log fell out, and the log rolled over, catching his legs and rolled up to his waist, crushing him in a fearful manner and causing almost instant death. Buryrus Forum. ' me tune the same had becom due, nt the rale ol 8 pet cent, per annum until lne said lbth day ol April, A. D. ls.VJ, and at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum from the said 18th day ol April, A. JJ. J867, until paid, and also 10 pay liueiest at the rate or iu per cent, per antiunion said moneys ihereaUer to heroine due, Irom the time the same become due tiiilil paid. That there is due 011 said contract, for interest secured thereby, the sum of SM'.iO 73 lor which sum said petition prnys judgment.' And iho said defendant is lurtlier notified that a summons end 1111 order of attachment has been issued against In 111 from said Court, 011 said petition. And the said William H. Coombs is hereby notified thai lie 11 required to appear and answer or demur lo said peti tion, 011 cr before too 3d Saturday after tho 2bth day of May next. 31KLZAH NYK, Uy J. UitAnniittv, his A'.i'y. April 15, J8j3-l-j-0w-iit.70. NOTICE. r ITIIE undersigned bavins made preparations 1 'T KI.ZAIt IN Mi, vs. .Joseph J. Coomba ii- .ueins lAiminori 1 leas uie saiu josenn (concave and convex) which 1 warrant to ive satisfaction, as they are unsurpassed for clearness and magnifying powei. Call nt P. LAMBMKCHT'S Jewelry Store, 17 Rm. Court Street, I'omcroy, O. W O OL CAIIjLiXitfG A NO SPINNING. I. 1 V . since been retaken. A reward of $500 is offered for his apprehension. How the liberator found the key is not explained! upon all ihe varied interests of all c l.i.-,!-fs our p-"pl? jur Wiy wdl. then," rpiind Judge B. 1-il-n ; IkTu J ;,L the ('.nit l i-nici iIhm- jtiT'The Becond trial of Napoleon B. Van Tuyl.ai Canandaigua.for kidnapping, took place last week, and resulted, Satur day, in a verdict of guilty. The prisoner was brought up for senteuue. He denied his guilt, and said he hvl been unjustly cornicted. He was sentenced to impris- ' onment in the Peniteniiarv at Atihurn for) I two von is. JKtr"Ah, are you still alive, then?" said a fellow, on meeting one whom he had injured. "Yes," replied the other, "and kkkiny," suiting ihe action to ihe word. L to do custom wi.rk the coming season, has titled up his machinery in the best manner, nt l!a cine, Meifrs County, ()., when; li, it imw nr. pared to do Carding,3S .Spinning, &c at the "inwdjiJ shortest notice and in the best possible man ner, lie is determined by stiict attention to business sud fair dealing, to merit a share of public patronave. Stocking Yarn and Jeans constantly on hand The hirhest ptice paid for Wool. lti-3m. TIIOS. KG AN. Iroioseii Alii4iitHielTo llie C on -hlitulloii. Relative to an Amendment to the Constitu tion, providing for Annual Sessons of the General Assembly. 1'h.SOLVKI), BY THE Gf NTRAL AsSF.MBI Y OFTHF. State or Ohio, Three-fifths of the members of each house-coticurriKe therein, that it be j and is hereby proposed lo the electors of the 6taie to vote at I he next annual October Slate election, upon the approval or rejection of the following amendment ai a substitute for the first clause of the twentv-firth section of the second article of the Constitution of t h ia State, to wit: "All regular sessions of tlie General Assembly shall commence on the first Monday iu January annually." WILLIAM B. "WOODS, Speaker of the House of Representatives. MAK1IN WfcLULtt, Arm r.5, 1 803. ('resident of the . enate. jt5?"Listening to a lady who war pour ii g out a stream of talk, Jerrold w hispeied to the person next him, "She'll be cough ing noon, and then we can strike in." J Cojinbs, of li e City of Washington, D. C. will I.Li. .lAlinf. M.nt Mai,., M1.0 nf 1 1 . County of Meigs and Stale of Ohio, did on the 25th dHy ol AJarch, A. D. JS69, file his petition in the Court of Common Fleax, within and for the County of Meigs in said State of Ohio, against the sail Joseph J. Coombs, defendant, selling lartU that on tho eighteenth diy of April, A. JJ. 1857, theie was a large amount of money due, and shortly thereafter to become due from the said Joseph J. Coombs to the said MelzarNye, which said moneys were secured to the said Nye by the notes and Mortgage of the said Coombs, and were drawing interest at the rate ofbprr cent, pel annum; that said Joseph J. Coombs wishing lo obtain an extension ol the tune lor the payment of aaid money, did on the said eighteenth day of April, A. D. 1857, cu ter into a written contract with the said Alel znr Mye, by winch he agreed Ibal in consider ation that the said MelzarNye would extend the time fo: the payment of said money so due an 1 lo become due, for one year fruni tint said eighteenth day of April, A. U. lto7, he, the said Coombs, would pay to said Nye, in terest on all sums then due, at thu rale of S per ceul. per annum I mm the lime the same had become due, until the said eighteenth day ol April, A. D. 1857, aud at the rate of lo per cent, per annum from the said eigh teenth day of April until paid, and also to pay interest nt the rate ol 10 per cent, per annum on all money thereafter lo become duo from Ihe time the same should become due until paid, thai there is due on said contract lor' interest secured thereby, the sum of o7-J 4 1 , lor which sum said petition pray juugiiieiii.. nuu iriat saiu ueienuant is lur- JC7A farmer, the other day, was told by his landlord that he was going to raise his rent. "Much oblmed," said he: "for I find il imnossible lo raise it mvsell." ouni.i nni ur sinic n urriLL, Columbus, O., April 7. 1B59. I hereby certify that the lorecwinir Joint ftesohilion, "relative to an Amendment to j (her notified that a summons and order of at the Constitution providing for Annual Session tachweut hs been issued against him from of the General Asunbly," is i true copy Iroin said Court on said petition. And the said the onginal roll on file in this office. , Joseph J. Coombs is hereby notified that ha i. - A. P. KUSSfcXL, ! is requited to appear and answer or demur ia 3T An editor Fays that when h- was! Secretaiy of Stale, laaid petition on or before '.lie ad Saturday Ti r . i j in nriknii rnrlihi.llimr iiittiivol' iIik imnn i vl '- u,r ""fiuj is H u lie nuer llie -Oin tlay ol .May m l. The Courf-Moin was crowded put-on foi HD img h jusik oi llie pui e, . ))(e . d amendnieut to the Cu. Mil -rr st-r tori inniiv l.lies were pre-fi.t. fM.exter h" was retpteso-d by the j.'.i.or "to give Sbi um n ak rLnitid t.yil.e stcrttarv of )v J. r.'t.M.ncin, his All" v Ih-iiKM-rut. th" pri-on a pii.T." 'n:: A. S'l'IVIMIS, A ml, tor ,M. C. I Apr. I li, li'J Vi .liw-rj.7.i. '