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IUU ICiLllWHni 11. 7 " V . , t, f(l6iMk AsUUorltLa.' ; , ; 2 rJ," T " . , l ' i- 1 ... l.ali mi familw tn nd uniov." But '' i k business lo iiivfl Iiih life, and for what? Pomhot, 0., Tui8DAr:::::::::::::D... W.. '.' ..UPfJ.' -Rr' " E"?! ?"" Aihaeptei w,A,-iv .oni ; a aiitA u... Isilllffintr VtWttBon" oMVeithe uiiiien te, BUT, lli.'V'lKIat ha hefia.ram ari.il tirWrxutt. I ' In. tbir anolWf DeOM iba arthboM Virginia lias a, law; upon lier Btatue book, wl.iuli makes it a Peniientiftiy of fense to write, print, or circulate in that State any "book, paper or tiling" of an fncerrdfory ""character. ' "Tha 'MtblMOtion' of tM'itet 1b in tKeseVords: ; -.,'8wr If any Postmaster, or Dep ttty Poetmaster know tbat anyuoh cboolt. or other writing liaa been . received at Jji ' office in mail, he ah all gi ve notjoe thereof lo some Jutlice, who shall inquire into the vii vumaiances, and have such boi r w . ting burned in hit presence, and if it ap pear to him that persons-to whom it was directed subscribed thereon knowing its character, or agreed to ' receive it or cir- CvlutioH, Jo! AID tHB 5; PURPOSES BQtJ- ttomSTS, the Justice' shall ivminU such perqnr .tojail. l( , any,,PoatrqB.tr or Deputy Postmaster violate OirB'wutron, tie shall be fined not exceeding two hundred dollars." ''O' Under this, worse than Austrian Despo , iiarn,' petty, postmasters and ignorant Jus-. ticca have been in . ihe, liuhit of burning lhe.;,!Westeiii...CJirutian Advotinte"; and other Northern papers sent to subscribers in that State, but it was never; supposed .ytW the authoritieV of the General. Gov eminent could be brought to sanction the insulting outrage. :' The laws of the United btntes are very severe agiiiiiRt 1'ost masters' incenenng witn tne iieedoui oi tiie,. mails, or refusing to deliver letters or other mat ter to those to whom .they are directed. Between tlieae laws of Congress and the statute of Virginia there is a. 'direct von fljct. . Indeed il was the .avowed. lebign of the Virginia law to nullify the Acta ol Congress". - '' r ' - '" '. !'.' Will the reader look at the section above quoted? ..There id nothing definite! Noth ing that .ary person in the worlifcan meet if charged jimler the law,; v The ofl'eiice is, "to- aid the purposes of Abolitionists," Now, who-- ate -" AbolitioHistn?' And what are their '"Durposes?" It is well- known' that except a few 'synagogues ,of Kalian, n uwoo tcjicuilb ji icsbo fllilhc hands with kidnappers; and under the hyp-' ocriiical cloak oj; religiph . justify, the' pbli. lutions of the slave .shambles,: all " the Clmrqhes C North are called ,Abo' litiorysK" and. . their ; papers aud..maga-' siaa 'Abolition publicalioris." .'All ihe Republicans, constituting a large niajori.:y of ttie people of, the free S atos,' are de nounced as "Abolitionists," and their pat perils j!"AbolitionV documents. Eveij therD6uglns Democrats are classed in tii same category: "'- :; .- ' -i 'fv'.T WiioevW,- then,.Jai-Virginia, .-writes,, prints, or circufates any of these papers, ix liable to imprisonment ""in the Peniten tiary, from one to five years, And- who ever ill that State, subscribes for one of . them, thereby aiding the 'purpo9es of Ab;. bii'.ionmts," is to have rhhV 'pnperst burnt - by Ihe Postmasters and Justice's," ami him . self "committed to jail,", ? And Post master who will not commit perjury! and . violate the laws of the United': Stau-s in subserviency to this v.bloody code". is. him self to be fined. J Suoh is Demouratto law ' iu Demouratio Virginia! ' , ''But," says the reader, 'ueh iufernal enactments, in. violation of the Constitu tion and Jaws of the Union, as well as the natural rights of the citizen, will not .be sustained a moment by the 'Administra tion!" Not so fast, you innocent! the Administration is but the creature of the slavepower in whose interest these worse "than Russian edicts are issued. The ques tion has just been made, and decidmi. by Buchanan's Administration. A Postmas ter in Virginia, with the law of Congress, and his oath requiring him to give to the citizens of his town, the letters and pa pers addressed io:.-ihetn,'and. this law of v irgiuia, anu ine r igiianue uouimiiices, demanding the burning of all suspected matter, appealed to the Admiiiislraiiun at Washington'.' 'And to the everlasting hu '" milia'tipu i.hd sIiameof oiir coantry,.tiiat Administration,. 1 1) rough the Postmaster froiiAi'nl. 1ia'lefi(U(l that Lhe law of Vir ginia UlUSt - sustained. That- no' man within that Suite must be permuted to ie ceivs through the mail and read anything not approved by the Postmaster! The precise language of the Postmaster Gene ral ia this: &s-' fVoU ..must,, under . the responsibil ities r&linif upon' you as an officer and a citizen AdemineT whe'theiJ j the books pamphlets, newspapers, dec, received by you for distribution, are of the incendiary character describedin the statute.? And- if you believe they are, men you are not obligeilto deliver them to those to whom they are addressed, but you Bre,"emporwr. red and required by the duty to the State of wlvwh'youjareV citizen $ disposepf them in stria conformity to the provi ions of the law referred to." ' ,Now,,we 'veuture'to say that lliele ia not Denpotis.n in the world that has ever gone boyorid this. Be ( renjemjiered that this has no applicatiuu at all to the slaves. It. is a aensorslijp upon the while man and women of that Slate. ! Suppose a citizen of Virginia were to subscribe for, the. "' ''Christian Advocate," "Independent" or aorn other Not them religious paper; or for tjia' "Ladies' Repository" or, ;Ar .tlvur's Home Magaizine," and going to the P. 0-, JnqtMiiR 'if they have arrived."" fit is told "they ere there; but he cannot br them' Ife humbly asks the rea- aoo, and is told ''such reading' is not al- lowed i Y'"' 4.- "?lr7' ..W' ,th. iuSscriber, ''tlwse are "religious pd Jite- he is (tot permute udgia fem1ie.t Jm tmsty may read that' he' may be thankful w having his p'rtpers quietly bternt, and iHe4 is ever heard to utter a word of objection I i,.. ..,:it u . A,l nmn. 1 cratio Adrainiatration tn this year of grace saye lht SucWTaBfemdmcy'aTiJTaw, an ilierbtl Aihwican irHfzer.s. - Have we dough-faces In "Ohitf ifiaf will longer eupport such a party? '- "We were arrrused the other Way -at what was communicated tons as a verkenous roat!er.4 lt waa no less hanth,sofemn assu'raitce ihafVe were iiKpersanalinger from some of our excitable neighbors over the rfveri-" 1 - ' .v.-,- , , rIt seems that a dilipidated, Bpeeitpen of Virginia chivalry, who has neve'r a higge to llesahirnself wilhi no soul imoiJgB to feejf (he oonscioHsneu of manhood i ' in' the habit 6f feritilattng'lils 'patriotism b 'denouneibs the TeeoratL as an 'incen': iia'ry' paiief, anil pledging Jiis honor and J prowess to 6eize the editor, and commit him to jail, :,f -found on the -soil of that a((rei oinie, anu especiaiiT wiunn me corj pbrate Riniti of the mighty jpiiy;6j Mason ' Now we don't belieya ha,. gentleman aforesaid is half so ferocious aa ha iwould make believe; nor do we believe that he'fs countenanced by 'the' "citliiiVis "foyer1 W way. J ,We.'guess",it':is('ohU'it lion of the same spirit which induceB tTie slave to be extraordinarily servile.' iii' the vaiq hope ''of ''deceiving' his' master, and thereby secure some indulgence. The individual referred to, Unable to own a niirger .himself, would .fainwpv'a conde sceifding.emile from' those wliq do, py in ,6vei5izeilous truckling,' to them?. He.will doubtle.ss receive the slave's reward the hearty contempt, of those wlisefavor he would win by his fawnino;. , . ;f .? ' - y,,-., fl4 Tub Time Fixed nt Milleritgs. In (he event that the Kc pobliean8v,ariv the approaching Prebi denlial electiorii the Washington "States' dcfaree:'. . if ' 1 "Ere the rays of the sun of Marchik 1861, 'light the dp.nie of ihe Capitol, th'a pvesenli Union will "be among the bC; gones. : :.The, botni of 'cohesion will bel severed forever, ', jlDr. Breed, of Washington Oityha4 been put under bonds of92,5uX and sure- . . ... .. i ' i .. . ..! ties in a like amount, lor uttering seditious language The full reporj of the trial is in : the VNational Intelligencer." ,Dri Breed is a Quaker, and was formerly em'-, v.i.. i -. i.t t" . nfltt'.'.' :.. pi'-iycu ik l Hie ill, tJiuce.aif; The evuletice sliows that a violent pro. -I j'Jn .: .--r-.i rr L siHvery i jeinucrjnr nameu v an uamp: charged; Dr Breed with being an "Aboli tionist," as. all his .sect ,wew, and after abusing Ii i m iintij the Dr. s patience was ex haustid, said.'Vhe (Drf. Bi'id) did hhidare to uiter; his sentiments. iu,. Washington," whereunon the Dt' said he dared t6 utter his sentiments any where and Everywhere.' Upon this- liQ. was. bound ovcu as above, Hererwv have the beautiefroif-free'speech An old and highly ,respectable:'citizeii (is put .under heavy bonds,'; not, ojj uttering incendiary sentiments, or even entertaiiiiug them, but foraying in replj ,p the thost insulting abtihe, , that darea (o spetk, his eeiUimeuts." - Hail Columbia!. i r , A writer nitho );4S tKanawua' Valley SUur7.sayefc5.ir: r ,.ji:i.-0 Ai' ' "Among all of our teachers of free scdiools l :ikinkwr'hRVe-'but$one!' or' two from the South; all the rest are -from '.he North, 'and most of them,' doubtless, .are as rank Abolitionists as -: was -the sooun drel. Cook, ready like him to arm our slaves ;;'witb. weapons lo butcher w!omeri and'-nildrenrv.-' SV I Now that has rather a bad luck! Ail the teachers from the, North J. CjhJ horri ble!' Aiid alH rank'Arjo'lilioni'slsf And not only thatg hut readv to- ar, Ue skives with weapons to murder women and chil drenf Now' We mUst saydifs 1i a leaiful state of things, ;mid i ertainl jy becojmeB the cliivatry to act plompllyin trteWatten , Wb.en4he phivalry are ndvued, as they now 'ate,' ihat' school VeLheiV iii suclf characters, thcywil doubtlessiut a stop to theirirade. s e .i , , -ri '$fM?s Iii There is quite acontest now ragipfffin the laliks of the harmonious Derrioeraey TJie subject cf dispute is AS to T'ri'i"PliV)P-' ek time to dissolve the Ukion. The "nirndn pureslrisist that4t 'sliall be dja-t solved ' ioKtantlyon the eleotion of a Re-; publican Spea'kel-.of the blouse this wrfi-ieiCThr-Other wing think, upon the whole, it would be better to- wail uoi .f Republican P'resfdeiStiS eleeted .Whether a tipniptonjiae can be effected remains to Oiti'o Wrf opinion uvthat!! they liave' a contract for .the. jib(,they had better 7per form it wlineth army and navy is hv.iIh hands of their tobls and aeowrnlices Flf it' IVKV rMAA "it;.;::'"' 'Ka 1 -A..'lfU.n'ln'W1l Ik iiiiiii. v.uob iiiuio tuapt. kiiv coiiiiiavtrp , if the' Gd'ernmeiit' -should pass into ' the hands of the Republicans hefore the work is done. -( -If: , X-The authorities of .i Lynchburg, Virginia have passed an ordinance,' by which every person tou'ud in thte streets' of the town after ten 6'clock at flight' is to e j placed under arrest. .Should pei sbna so 1 found -"prove", to' -"6e Utith$seHr.wlu j Bw!. "he ) (o.w conmitte. ,jajlj and takes car ot -t aiV ir . .... i . . . . n . . i r .1 i i.. -I . t r a c " i: i .1 lerstanar 'IBM IJ s not perrniuetlj u. rurj u whulwbi- uaiurv xfrnjuutyim ediy cited fo appoar'before If llioritieg , of i. Athens to Aiswet yto the chM-ges bivugluagainsfiW' twoi and a half yars since, of secietly attempting to establish a new religion uot recogniaed 'by ICU WJj M unprisanB, ,iof , upm , iniee moutnir to to V&U.nh tSQiiv 'of H&me- Ihe above w.gojMgilif cirojinue-ef piess. and a yery Virtuous indignation is manifested against ,(thejatrthorities jffjie I wura ii m c ii e c ij, "j5ut"w.li)t ,re t'ne fcwta:. Greece ria.it MonwrchildVefntaehr'and4' her' laws prohibit; under eireM:eiijftiV'trie fnlro duclion 'of the' ProtestanVReirgipn,raong Yet the Chuixjhes of the U.S. sendimia-t sionariee llier'e td'do the' very thing' for bid'de'ii'by h' laws of 'the c'6'uritryi'Tjie ui.iseipnariea are impHsonedud the whole ciy,i)ied, wpdd js outraged,;! (be! despot-. mns of that semi-barbaroHS eountryirv.Thie indigiiAtioW i "ftlf Vight and preper.'But w?jrtifn t WSutil ''be' .'will; enough lo re mem'befr.tat,rwe injve j flespotisna atjiqme, i thousand times, worse than that com phriied .of JinJ Greece: 'We give a few rtems Br:aV of contraet!'"'' ifi ' Amn&J'nM. V '"-rrp, tSie liepuVticv'' ; We are fhioffoed that th'efHpinrSidney 'fcVotl,' of -'(JhidrWho rpehtsln'Co.n gress ihedtit'rioVfn'whiiih4 a son'-of Capt!! B'rpwn lives,' was 'requested b'J said; 4on ttt yiWii liis 'fother'.'th' his 'Way1 to' jhis X'iiy, tor the 'purpose 3f jdn v'ey thg 'somev mes sage him!' 'Jn5 pursiiai'ce of this re quest, Mr.'Erton left 'the train at'llari pe'r'ii' Ferry'1 on Tdesday TaSt. ' and'pro- uccucu iui,fini,K:iiuni. XAnviu iiiriuo Vlio lobject'of 'his' ViAjf. krtown 16 the officer in command it Cbarle'stown, he was perefbpV lri1. refused any" acceS's'to "Brown", and wirfned to leave the blace.' ;1. Fbr,'the want of 'a' better "'co'hVeystnct', he was 'compelled to fake passag'e io Hiifper's Ferry ori" a coh.mr)h rotid; Wagon, drawn ' by Dlules. Twri SoidirS; WVh' di-awh 8abre's,"er placed 6ir bi)ard the same vehicle, and ft idle' of armed 'dragoons,, marching orf. each eiide'f eViioited; hirii' to' Harper's "Ffeiry, where he took tlie'cars again fo? this thy, aiid arrived safe 'on Wednesday1 evening. We have hot keen''Mr:'Ege,rAn In person, 1 but Mle &boW is !fhe" version 6f "the attair which' We have' rece'ived ' from a reliable source;" ""si; v. '."-: ;118 is, not.Jheciise of foreigner, en: teriiig a iGoyernmeiibjio do expressly, wiiat the law forbids, but a Member of Congress frotii Ohio, on lawfuV business in his own country,5 of what' was'once esteemed so, insultingly ordered to. leave the Stats by armed ragamuffins, and compelled at the risk of his life to do so. Hers is another: 1 '''''" TriiA riite Ofaiijpsbbrgh tS.'fc: Sauth;' " ."Since Friday last, no less 'than four'Ia' divlduaUI'regaidqd'as' rathfer'cbnoxi"us lo lhvhmniunity. have been Ordered t6 leave ihe village' of Orahgeburgli, ahd told that they' would have to abide the' conseqiien- l(ia ir remaining aflJJi" iho etpiiatioil of a Limn hnei..ifid'-''" u" -rf -'''" ' " "I -. ; ' . Kl !. : "The: first,"' ft" yoUng'man; " a Behoof teacher ii'ndi'we'belie'vci, a sort of preacher,1 who' gave hirf hsme as1" 0, Heagle, from the Slate of New York,;,wW waited npiiri by a committee ofVihisene -appointed 'for the pufpoae,v.at thieo'elock on' the afternoon' of Saturday last,' ami' Ordered ' W leave 6ri: tlie'tive o'clock "trairt.wlnch he. accord ingly did. The next two were two young ;m'en, house-painters," oTie"by the" name oj' MahonV' wHtf hailed from the'State of NeW YoVlii and the other,' who signed his naniS as I. n ' Clarkson from ' North; Carolina; were wniteii tipoh orf Holiday in the' early' pari, oi i lie aiiernoon,1 ana in use manner ordered to leave ou the five o'clock tram: Tlie fourth 'waar a 'book' agent, named Day, : who made his "appearance irf the vil iage yesterday forenoon, and ws ordered to leave on the one o'clock 'train for 'Col- limbis.' Before'nhes arrival' of the caren howe.eYl1 he was i6ieeh giving leg bail along the -railroad? fh the direction of Cliailesi ton' f-wl'i'rito" fii.ff.nri&Ut! n-jy ,s Now is ndt'th js'a beantifuf, c'bmmentaryj ort Arejicarf fUijnebibx. 9sa4'p.ee perf son9,.or;eitli!epo'"; iveminiol'iied my lav? There is no pretense of tlie. kind -Yet, by threats ' of ''personal vroietice.'1 the were1 driven' fro'm tlieir business,' and were for-' tunatertriiieeu, .io escape,' ji iiey aiq nnaiiy eacape tlie brutal riiaUreaimeni of ft Smih Carolina niobv ' :iapv : t t"- .i.m H'eff fe'stil! aoother:"'1: T:i': "' i l1;-a ft:1 i: i , ',!'"''"'".",v. ;'"-! ' i i t v. Froni the SnTanuh Republican. i: ':( h ' . , -:-( t: .-,,r - ;"Ah A30UTIOMI8T I arkbd anp Feath- ' ' I 6-.' 'V. 'Uii it ' v-.::. dealer 'in' bot'is n& 'slices,' on, ' M arket square, pi several; veins sianuing, nas peei(u ihe object pf, suspicion jfor some timeiri consequence o his known ,Ab"ljtin pio livities.;.,; jyiJislj'i store j overVhich he Uepa,'twayi''ond Jje'p8 ,ejaUed,'pst'l and gagged before he could make 'elihei . noise or iej8tanceUe.waiU)en p'aceu in a cniriage, and(divn atisojrt distance front, tUe,citj-j Jnd (.he application made to; (lis tiuile perioii.n lid was tJien hftio tiud his ;way back ax beat she ,t$puM,.;Hi8 first appeajanc'ejp the. limiu wa(f near ,th hos- rjiiali wlvei KsCame .viiSiglitoi a walcii mau,who, was Roalajoied at die siijtithat he gaye a spasmodic, jer-to-his rattle, and., took.ta .his;. heels, -nol;,.wilJing V face; ao:. dii-adful an appni itionr, . A teinlproementt however rajirm .enough, to approach , him,, when he,,, was conducted ioiue,; the most pitiiblebjecU;,vt,i po8iible to mag' fnjs.i.Io.t a pot pf h'. kiu;,'was , visible, and ,W haii; 'waaJijtiimmed.:cJuae to.liis j. ' - ' . . ... " .- Juati.look'at this. iase again, Renienu 6r, th is 'is' ritk ', the aflcou H t gfveri by 'A b litionists. It 1srthV'at;ebunt rendered by . - ..... .... i those, who committed M'.e infernal outrage. Ileif waman who, fossil, even ttisenemiea cat) ay was an apright hnest and honor able hjftn;' Tley toy IfeaS i mchant of sevcralears standing.-; He is arbused from his bed in the dead hours "of night, seized and - tfagtred-hiahsal- ahared, stripped naked ihd -covered-'with ta and tsaiiirrsi, ui oiuor uuiraues wer com- miti ai;etf atedT Vtf fpure,f aojL'!recuoo of tlie Olsrlu brutal ferocity cao show parallel?'., If una was putvtiia ad .,or 0rpnkii rutlians wliolnTesVevery community, it might be borsflBut it is nbt so. It is th legit itWiBisUlbirtli ofi the .8ejitiiaent,joahe Slats,. ii(fj tt pc'deas;.ein;'bs Itiad or nopeu lor. Here m another from Maryland. -T-ARBKSTOF A, aVMPATllIZltR IN MABr LkHD.JtockvUli, ': Nov. S5. We have bn ;b.f )6ewn jrVinpihljte 'Vith ,u.a jmancniug !)imsjs)l..WvUhna.McUougal or iiouggal. 4le ws committed lo our jail, 6n the 23d inat.and had a' second hear ing on the 24th, before Esquire Biaddpipk, of ourMbwn; after, wl ich hf wW reqom mitted,v for utteting ''sympatjiiiTugpahti; raente for Oki Blown.'", lie says he, was born 'in Franklin county," Pa., but' for the last twei on fifteen veara ha.4 hefe'n wtii-L- ing'in Itaryund arid. Viririnia. 1 His wife. niiu viiiiu niii vuinuei iituu luu., piU II 1U brothers arid Lister's live in jSlonroe county, Ohio. He sys he' had no idea of "doing ! j j The next, specimen . js from iVirginia.- We copy. ,rW;the- .VWtbeville f Tele graph;' j!j;v;j,:;' - , ; 'pq1 . ! ,';Tiis Wat; .'ABOLfrioN ' EMissARiES ark Trbatbo ti Southwestern Viroinia.1 A philahthriipift pilgrjnj froni t)ie, land of wooaen nutmegs.,uppcsd to be an ajrent of some. Abolition ' Aid Society or under- i grona rauixiau, was arrested we .-otnei day in the neighboring county of Pulaski, ;Hntl dealt with in the most summsry maij-: ner by his ' captorS; 'one of the moat ip rlueniial and worthy citizens of the county acting as judge, Jury,.' and executioher.-T-After ordering l)im to be hung Jy the neck, lie very coolly proceeded:' execute 'the sentence. ", Having jiung him up until the. 'vital .'spark' was. nearly: extinct, he, cut liim' down and gave him a breaihjngspeil, AVhen sufficienily ' restdred to undergy, Another .swinging,, be. was. again. Ii altered and suspended fora few uionieiiis. After having undergone this process five times, (once each, for old Brown, Uoppic, Cook, Stevens, and Hazteit,) he was kindly per mitted to retrace 'his steps iii a more cou- genial clime, out not. uwiil lie , Jiaa beeu fairly admonished that' if ever caught in Virginia again, he would have to take the sixth and fatal leap! ' It is said' by' those who witnessed the whole proceeilintr, that wlieo the fellow got, loose,, he ran like a quarter nag."' ' ' " . ';! Vj, , . jWill you look at that, again! Here is an Americatt citizen ' without any -charge of enme for if there was even a pretence that he had. violated any law, they would have tried and convicted him seized and hung up five times, until on the point of death! and for what?, Oh! he was "sup posed to be an agent if eoni Abolition society." ' And ; ihia'-malitrtfast- and ' brii twl treatment, "we aie told,1' was niflicted by the most 'worthy and influential, c-iij- zena of tne county. ; ;;t, " ,This is all we have ro.'ro for tlila week. Tjia ( question arisas: "How Ion; will' this treatm,erit be borne by the free men of this country' s lden wlio perpiratasucl) out ragea are essentially' Jind necessarily cow ards, as well ns ruffians.''1 Can they' be, therefore;' restrained by any other' motive than fear?,' ,Ahd if noU sli'ould ,,lhey hot be giy.en (q understand at once,' that, they muel stop such wurk! ' i :,; Ut. j There is a report in town that one of our cilizetift, a German stonemason, who went lo "Charleston, Va. some time since' to' work, is in jail there on Uncharge of "Abolitionism;'.':- We do 'not -know whether the' repot t is true or not', but it is''current among ' his friends ' here.' ; Some' steps 9Ught to be taken to ascertain the fact and have, him released..?, W presume there would be no ditficuky iti hie Case,1 as ' the suspicion is, wholly groundless. , ''?J '"' Of course there are but few of ouf cui- zeiis who cou,r with satctyigo , there, to. makeahe necessary investigations and i planaiiona. It would not do for a fepub;' lioari or Douglas democrat tit. go'CBut we Relieve there aie a very few of the tin- j ... - . ... ...- u fainted; strijje of; DemocratijnBtiU, 1sft ja thie-cotinty, twin vwiul I ba ki fitti 'Jri Charleston as a 'contented slave."'"' Pei'- hapsone of these mighty be induced td gd.' rjopsibly s .certificate frm ournwouthy Deputy :;JdarahaI,;.thHtj the - individual' in., question has no taint' of Republicanism, about him1,' would" procure' hi "discharge. 4 ; i CbietaiaMt eit'te.: tut. We would 'call the 8peeaf;4tienfto'n'4ot' our readers. to the prospectus and terms of Mils oldest and best journal, of th West, , The energy Arid enterprise of .the publish ers' 'have placed this; "Gazctte"' beyond t me veacy o buccsoiui rivalry, vb a.cor- V:' V. 1""?. '".' V. -.v reci ana reiiaoie venice oj riewsjrpn i parts of the world , 4 1. ma nils, pre-eminent. !I Those desirintf 'a ton uer pubu8herouToT the county' cannot fait2 to' De suited ' with' Uie f-pazvllVf" ;ftS tl i Jirpspec t wi)i only be published in this number of the Telegraph; those of our readers' wlio think of ; 'eubscribing ' for .the 'Gazetfe,' had better cut out and pre'sen rve the prospectus.. From tVaktngton. til T ' W ftty.Mm. The House has lakeri two 'more', 'ballots. or opeaaer wi.m ino .loiiowmg sui.icr 1 Seventh ballot,', Sh'er'rni';0. Bocock, $6, ' unmer oo, scattering . v.,' uumer whii drawn, 8th ballot, Sherman. 111 Bo-' J owik 83,'cBolelr 26, scattering" 9."A A Juiemoccatia caucus, wm ;De. heiq.to-.nignt. j iOaifrtn.-::Cn.rfc'jblacEfa(.t; i)i was. reso'ved j.lhat, until j the f-,lect-.j ion of Speaker the Clerk of the Houe be authorised lo exercise the power, devoly iig on the Speaker for preserving order jn the galleries and on the floor of thefouse . for the time being., under ths rules of the last House, and thaL the . Sergeant-at' Arms for a like purpose be under the rdi- a'-.?.- iif wnieTw: W.e had pieptred,';and intended to igiye TJ-. ..I...- j.-. in;thi9Nweek'iasue, asu the last, fjltfo abstraot of the rceedinflrV of Conzressr But as that body is not, organized, and each JayV pToceedcg., but repetition 6t:$he disgraceful scenes of its predecessor, we see no use in filling our columns with the rehaBh.'M''-f)'4't?w'niu''-'j'Mvu' V Jh rejcy m6uicQt the Senate met, t'wd weeks ago,,yeattrdayMa8Qnjf,Virginja, one of the Democratic candidates for Presi dent, for the purpose of cutting under Gov. Wjse in th i affections of the "party," in trodu'csdirrto that body the inevitable ""negr'Tn our toll,r the Sena'te, or the iTemooralio 'members thereof, have been caressing "cuffta," and spouting disunion.-j This vrlaatiog dis union threat has become most intolerably stale,! '' ti' has nearly ceased to 'frighten Jix..i.''iJ!: .ti' vL.il'' 'nki i.V- VVCIf yyull-IIHXf Ulius XUIfcU. ,,, IWII that the.elavaboJdws would dare to dw solve the Union is ineffably absurd.-" They could not b kicked out of it. - But' as (ong as the idsaue threat will bring their Northern lackeys to their knees, it will be used of poui-se.i M? -(.. ; i In the House, the week has beenwasUd irt Tan t1. and bluster by' the Democratic members; to ibjevent, anB6rganizati6u. Untii a speaker 19 elected,: no other buai ness is in order, by th laws and rules of the House. ' But in. defiance of all order and even' decency ,v two 'weeks' liave been spent in', the uwibst confusion,' .and ho spealief ejeqted . u It requires a majority of all the members to elects ' There are about severity-five regular pro-slavery A'dminis nation Democrats, a few ' lirnbe'r-backed Douglas, democrats, eight anti-ecomiiton Democrats, "aud twenty, orso Americans The Republicans on the meeting of Con gress lacked six oPa clear majorftV'ove.r all these odds and ends, of parties and fiic: lions. But it has-been pretty generally understood that,, enough of tlie anii-Le corriplon 'Democrats would' finally uniiu ivuti me iwpuDiicano 10 elect stierman t:i.. I .,:-:,, "it;t, ' To prevent this, arrd iq hope of uniting the above-named factions, the Democrats have spent the two weeks in the most outrageous abuse- of Sherman arid the Republicans.' ' ' Here, as in the Senate, the' most insult ing threats' of disunion have beep poured out from day to day, by -.Southern: Demo crats. .' Their -Northern -accomplices' have tat silently byj andgiven their countenance to these plotters . of treason. At List, Vallindigham) of.Ohio' perliaps 'tiie most unscrupulpiis , demagogue , and ., serviie dough'frtce ill tlie House, thought he saw a chance to ingratiate himself in the'tavors of hie mister1 by an unexampled Exhibition' of iflunkyisln, and'so he splurged off a dis union speech. ,. According to this gentler pnian, the.R. publicnn members of CfngreS8i 'were not only unfit to hold office,'-hut were unfit to! liv'i-! T tiw Sei'V iTtyrw"aS8a i Tiiise-waTTlt "wo'n fiiom theutherri ' men wjiajt he .had al? ready oitai'iied .from the prthi, theiy' un disguised contempt. , it. so far .uiagustied the better pffi t of .lusown party, that Schwartz and Hickmarf, of Penn., anil Haskins, of N;' Y:y manly ind-hidependent Democrats,- promptly: 'announced their purpose'tdvote for Mr. Sherma'n';1ihe Re publican candidate for speaker .'.This an liouncement "was receivedtwiih.applause by the audience, in. the galleries,- Another such speech, and if there are four more true men in 'the Democratic' piirty, ' Shermah 'will be ebealieriV' '.; ' "1 ' ' , ' V ' ''"' ( j iii Am pdf tho JivrgsCounty Tolegfiph.'' ' rritodi ownship. Athens ippunty'on Thursdaynight", last, at1(the,re8idencft,of Mrj.Allison jfroBt., :man appeared, and knocking nt the'doof was bade Bbma lri.-i- Mr;Ffdst ! being1 away; the ;mfiri ctii'iiti, $, and without speak ing,' lafg. dow h a bundle, turned around and wept out,,, : Mrs.yWsUfe, on exnrointng' tlie conientg tf tlva bttndlfV fouh'4'n' rnfitht,' tfwo' suits' tf oJothes; tight r, Frost 'to falif tli'e, 91 iii, ft'riil!' ,tala'.ip8r 0 it uniiJjefiUed ;(or,,.foi'.ilij;h serifiwe.ibe slioutd reeeieve tlie sum ol one dollar pe week. The" mrtn not kndvn';' iVoir ImWT 'ny(I)intf' "been'Youn V.; Iip.se clijlii Itja, or wiience.it cafpe, ." :SFJJGIAiJ)TICES:;: itTroL G. Bifliulsmttner, teoder his sti vtces to the Community jis reaaherdri the Iia fivf nhd 'Melbdebn. Safisfaotoi f 'referV' emw iv 111s) HU1111J ,10: insirucs jijii uegivtn upon fl ppli(.'tionrrf. Residence , onj; Bwk . street, near 4hfc-M.E.J Church; Pomeroy. l)tu Rqascs's 1 huort ap PaCTM3i. It weald aeara! hat br. Kobuek'a ''Scandinavian .KemailieVJmve ten tne nignesi rant: anjonjr tne staBuaru ipedl et'nes Of (ho da yi" His theorV fs, that In whatever of- "fpi a diaenH innf show Itself , its rrtnts ai'e'ih fhr blood. rlfneo hliifilnieiia'isredHh urBtlVs.lli Bland Ptt'' rlller and the Hl.voil Pills are designed to aci-sneelM ieallv Jion tlip sangirtneoiis njilj., One tblng, can nr. V ba disnuted. thoy prod oca moat salutary effect even ll animrviiwy n..ran;n in.u4. iiiuit iu tioj. wu'i iisto sitflered for years from dspf psIaV'setoVultterniitirjna of tile-sain, SMwncliiilsi asthm;, etiral prostraUnW, llvnp)aini, ffcuiiHt(i nioflri asl Wajya oUior.. dittBsUJ raaliidtosi report JhaniBlflSo-i;f, their own tlgutturet, as' rudicilly und, Jiya tourse or flii.se Remedies. The claims of Dr. Robark'i ad verttseraents are therefore sappoit of eompetent tiraof.v:fe Advrtisenent,! ;74.;y ffA x Homowav's tn.LS-Hos.ti. rasmci. It Is aupn posea, oy tne oniiiinateo.taai nospnai patients nave tbe advantage AT'skttfnl treatAient hd'rfl at- tenriane. hit twift. tltW iKl.fts 4sMretr" "5 . t. -..I.l.i.... -I. A.a. .u.An..4ll,al ..nun i ." .M.w.n r"xi ...IV" VV w" . , TJ.w tie ha.ndv'' , Tha beat hospttiils for lbs sick are (Jielr trn koines.! ahd the Only medlcliiee thT need are Hollowaj's dlsease-subdning remedieal to the weakened, broksn-doa-n, etlonueted, and hopelass sufniraTS froni lior eomolalrt','eyspenla sthma hamarrBolda, or any JnternaljuaUdlea which baffle tbe profession, anpply themselves with Hollow.,, ayl pills, and they can speedily work oat their own ' cum, an4 smile M the TraTfibet th. oWfV re!l dint lent ef lit doctors. -.- . -Mi, lWf .':' JloirfJ... .... ... ...ft 3.9076jOO. bfl. Potatoes. J.......U.....;..55(f,60t 13' Apple green)i... $1.00ti)0 f unea reacnes. cuo ip -, litter.v.,..... lo(ai8c-.' lb. Cheee.;X. 812 k-V m. tpgl! .....IIJO. UOl 31tup),.t,...V.v..VAr.fcW6flJ)0 1 gat. Sugar (N.O.... 810c. lb. Rice fe7o- 1ft " Soap 5rSU0c. Candlos (tallow)...;,.; .v.;...15(a(iec. " - Fish (Cod) 58io. Fish (Mackerel) 8lOc. Fiah tW.h'te)M.l,v.w,-H, 7c. 19 ..." , Pickled Pik......;...., ..OlOo. V " Shoulders... ,.Si4.;.fa.A...910o. i Sides (umokod). ;'...10c. $i " Hams........ ..............l'2c. P " Crackers .;....Vet. 7c. wholesale 6c. " Hoop PoieB $0.00 i 1,000. Salt retail 25c' wholesale 'c. bush. J' " ''.;' ClaotnnatlMarket.;,;;. ' ' j CiKourstiTi, Daoember 16, 18S9. ' Flocb. The ' demand continues moderate, and the moorkot. steady. The sales were con fined to 000 bbls at $55066'j for extra,. Su porfine mdy b quoted at $6 805 40, but not much ofi'ei-ing. , , : Hoos the receipts not being so excessive to-day, encouraged holders, and the market was rather steady; and more settled." The sales were:: - ',;; ?'" .""': ' 'v.'-"? 1 :7.':" '600 head, averaging 165 lbs, at.. ...... $5 60 , 600 , , au ids, ai o oo t ' ' 200 lbs, at..;... 6 00 i 400 i 181 i 163 t 83 j 147 I 320 1 400 ' 115 250 1 v 10U Ids. at-....,, b OO i " . ;.-. 170 IbSfttt..... 6 40, r " u.: Jt5 lbB, at..,..'.. 6 40 -. (i: 170 lbs, at..,...i i 88 ,, s -. 4'60105 lbs, at...,- 6 36 I. " 140 lbs, at..,;.... 6 25 . j,-, "a. i 170 lbs, at.. 6 40 . " 210 lbs, at .'..-6 00 Groceries. Sugar firal, with sales of 110 hhds at 8 J!lol ',. 100 ' bbls. double refined crushed sold at 11 ie,,, Molasses firm: 200 bbls soU at 47c. Coffee steady at 1213c, with a' 4Wr demand.-- ' ' ' " "' - : Wubxt. The market,' is dull,' and prices drooping, though not quotubly lower. Sales 300 bush prime red dt !t 20j oOOusli prime wmie ai i in. ,.. ... ' Coit.v. The market is firm, with a good do maud at 50c. ' ; i , ' ' Oats. There is a good demand, and prices ai-o steady at 5tc. Sales 500 bush, in hulk, at 51o.. .... : . - Barley. The market is firm, with a good de- maud at our lust quotutiouH. Sales 874 bush , fair spring at J0c, t , ',., . . .." Krs. There is good demand and prices firm at 80s for prime, i Butter. The 'demand is good, and prices firm at K317o for cent raf "Ohio roll, and ly Jflc for'W. R.Mm'ldrW W.' E il lSi." 1 Apptss. Tho m'arket continues firm, with a Uvuu ucuiwiu wi. )x 1019 uui iur luir IU ohoice. l" . ' , ..,;,. u . PoTATOEs"Thore is a good demand, and prices firm at our lust quotations.. i , Clovkbseed. Tho market is' firm," with a good donmud at $4 804 85; sales 05 sookf t $1 80) 100 bush, in .socks and bbls, at $-t 85; 878 bbls, part to arrive, at $4 80; BOO bush, at CIFCINATI, POMERoyAND. SViACU8Ji.' f (TWO : "I V 'V 1" , I M!... !! ' J-!,':' 'nt':, vV 'i:J ;Ou,l "GREY EAGLE," AP5HSALLY, Master; KHAK. J.OitKES,Clk.j , leaves Pomeroy every MONDAY at 3 r, and FRiUAY,at7o'iiock a. .; ' . ' Leaves Glnclnriart' every WKDSKSDAY and SAT tR BAY, nt) l o'cloi-k i ,. - .. . t This nrruiigniiii.nl ia iieririunontv and lha (mat 'will nuibe prompt and reguliir.tripJ fUf' EOcommoila. lionaiid apited has no- equal. . Vi(l 1I.0 businoss ut augular estAbllslieii rntos.-and trust tiint the citizens of Pomeroy aad viciullv will lv tu their mtriMutM and influence. , . N.. as. 'S. 48-tr ' t .. "i . ,-it ; .. , s v:; M ARi ETTX' A N 1) CINCINNATI. 1 Begtla: Marietta' aii'CineihtrTMk ' f Ohio Nol 'V I.Dlivca. Ctuciniinti aever .MondnV' uveiili -s.-t rWi? '(luck, pnsninK Hoinorov on her way uporerj Wed- " UrtunriHir louvos Murloltn ivr PH.lnv iu,l..' rPiiufr):vvry iialutilayutll o'olo;-.k , mi ,Vu , , . f'Ml'MO L, Q-Ii.6!;j9-1- ,;,.,HiUiMiroiVV bitr.f1poat., tj j itognlHr 3Ih riottn . ana Cl neitihti Psoket, ' i.Ji BUAOCi Masters.; 40HN HEISKEH, Clerk; .Leuves Cin.innnll everv Thurndav tit s n'.-Luk I X. passlnir. Pomeroy on Halurduy at lllo'rtoi k ;n.' uravos n.rn-uu eyerj momlnv t m o'cLkH a.m. 1.1-iiVi-s r-oiiieroy evnry Ttiesiluy'at 6 o'clock a; ii. r9r,irugnjvoc passaKe-iiiiiiiy n liinnl or to ... " rATI'OS&.IONVGOMKKY, KovVSfl. tMt.dS-tf i Poinuroy Whiirf -Boat.' eguUuKriett.ap4 Cincinnati, P ckt,i ' .;. I , JN. 1'AKKlili, MA TliK, . Leave; Cincliiiiuti at S oV-iock P. M. i-vcry Saturday oveirli 0,-nussfug PoinerO), on kat upwurd trip, Hon dlijf liioriiing. ,,.". , Ketnniinir. -IH tearei'Miirlrii lever' Wednesday niomliig nml Pomeroy overy Tltttrsiliiy morning.; , Knr fr..iip.t r.r .'.n.ilv n.t Kntip.l n, l. ( inpv, g!i'5-4-lliu ' i... Qiiiero.i V (iarf DiHi.;.a v, i , WHKLlNG: AND .CiNCj'NNAHr '' Eegfilai Wneeliflar and Cindnnntl Packet,'' MASON,.Master. ft't5kt - jj .IPJH v. j.v. A nnaasoN, (; ! i-,iv--r,ifn leaves Wlioetinor every Tnesdny at 6 o'clock r. at.. nmwintf Pomeroy Wvdiicsoay alS fM. . . tn 'i 1 , ileturnlna,. leaves Cincinnati every Friday evenlns; atoVlofc i.H.vU. . ex -fc-r. 1 'J. For freight or pnssngt'.npnly onboard r,trt Y , Jtugulae teortsmbuth and Wheeling Packet I! .U...AV. - ' I c riurb. Wj fMOkKISO.NMastor; ? t ; J-revons, Clerk; will ran befwvn the above porta, tdneliloir at ail the landings Intrrvonln. Going up, she passes Pa tmy on, Maturauyr returning, jesses j-oujeroy,o TiismIiiv. - ' " ' . i 'M' Kdl'0IlGoMK ?DC. .'J9.-4-m Pomeroy WnarfHoaf. f . . T - Adminiatrator'a Wotloe, ' -rOTl68 IS flEfefcfeY "GYVES, THAf.'TSi l "Bubsvjriber- hft been attpotnted nd: duly qualified at Administrator of threetit of Jiaokiat MurtocltiBiaie, f .seig;votuuy,-f Sated at Button,'thi 20th day of Deo, : x t.;3 EZEKIEL MXTEDOCK; Jun. Oi AmoKitvin Tmronnirr rffc Vt AUgVUIUVJ MOORE'S Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-stitch r X" A M IIjT SEWING MACHINE. - Recently cured by Letter Fateait. THE ACVt It T OK.TIUS KB.W, MOST, USEFUL and Ineomparabla Machine la denllpcd to rreate a freat and ducldud change l.llie .ublie opiulon n llio subjuct of r-naip wwiho numiia. '"' ' We confidently aasert,and fan conolmlvcty prove, Br's' practical domonat ration, (bat thla Mrhtiira' bracetln Its conatmctlon the bet romlil nation of aclunUflr Hac.lplef to bfbund,,ia' anr Sewlna Mtr? cninu now ocioro ine puune, rcgaruiuaa or prlrel With an eye quick to duteel the degvluneiea aud Im-' perfections ol.ot(ier Mnnhlnei, Mr. Moor haawwaht to romed thorn all; and wa fuel namred a fritical examination of thla beautiful piece of machinery wlital iMKMieitiailiih it aatha, enlv reallv deairabla. cheap Maehine In thftoountry, und fur nrufernblo lo any high-prieediMilcltlnenow.aoli). It sw (tircutly from twospooU buBht at th rtor,.-wltiwt rj-', winding ene above the- Machine, and on un-.ior-neutuand wake the etroogost, moat eluatic and du- . ruble atilch made eitlHir b, band or uuebliery. It cannot he ripped though the cloth 1a cut entirely off every aulMiicn.' The aUtoa. poaseasaa the aninelat tleity n thin aa npou thick gooda, ibsreby tnuhlnf It particularly applicable for articles tlutt require ) washing and Ironing.- The maehiuery for tending the cloth Is entirely unlike any other, and is, with out doubt, the best ever constructed. I The breaking of osadreay common and expen- . alve fault with most other machine, is entirely rem edied In this; with proper care, on o.llo will last ' for mouths. The entire Machine is simple In con struction, and rondo iDOvety respect perfect and du rable,. Unlike other Machines, thorv ia iiodangur of dainuging the article sawed by-oil, as none is usod on top or Ihe Machine. It is also, made large enough for every description of work, there being a cli-ar space of nine Inches ia length by fbUT-ln higbl, bo- tween the needieauil end of Mucbtee. In btfautyof dealga and raochUHicul eonstruetloi.. It has no equal in-the .country; ult -tho movements being positive-. 4. and the frictiou light, there ia uot the slightest prnb abilityof ilsgettlrgout ol order. , ,-ltMunds emiruly upon Its own merits, and ueeda. no belter reference " than Its own good works tocouvtui-e ult whotee it, that Ills Ihe most valuable a ad liuinuuiUiry luveu liouaf theage..,,,, ...;.,.,.'.''',.. ... v Thsmachine and speeimenstof itswork msjr be seen at thereaidence of tha snbscriber, nxt door to Dr. Train's Office, near tho liuuk Build ing. ' Send on your cash ant got a mocliine at Cincinnati prices, ouly freight addod. ' "i -- - - ... ;.:;,-;;'-, ,.v; ,-McMabter &vson, ; , Sole and exclusive. Agents tor Muigs County. ; Deo. 20, 1859 It., . ; . . , ';-- SIXTY-EIGHTH YEAR! CINCINN ATI . , WEEKLY GAZETTE, apoirt.' ieooi. '-. - Subicrlpllon now mude lo the VREKLY OA-; Zb riH will exttiixl over Ihe P renldpittiitl l.'tunjmljfir of I860, which- ptoniisea to- be one of Ihv moat -mti' inuntous untl exvilinn; lit our history. Thu vltul sues of tlie tlmtw will be'BUbJvctoil lo mi idnoiuit of restore h iin invustigitlion un array f fof U itinl nr grumont by thu Hcuaa ottho comitr, nver before brought to benr nnon thoni, n(d no man fn afforl to deprive himself of llto nwans, (wltlih only a rutt -uhte newrtpiiper con ftimlah htrrr.) of rloivinje iniel- -lijfftntl and UiirriiiiliiuliiiKiy the tirrtitifrui'aiiil &vttiitsof that groat Cunvuss. To bn ubluto do U1, ho iu uld coiiiiuoitcti al once, while t !- h.Umtory stem tire beiuft taken, Uie noie of ,trtM.itrt.oii being $otindud and the torwde. Uotug Uifcrnfntlyd, for tbe - Intpundinjf itruggla. We utmU not ttMi.ro thff read on of the Garotte and htnfit who limy be iiiducud to fliibitcrlbe for it Ibut tl will bo found the coniloiit Mdvociitt and, ', ettporter of the Ouuho hi which it bua horvtofore been eiisraped. und thoflrnit friend of alt truelrR-' reM and Kuformof all the humtintt&ry movemetite of -the age -havinsc for their object our tHtelUcil.talt' moriil, godal, or mute rial adviuicommtt. ' 1 ' - VV are dutenuiited toral.iX no el'tort to malt o It a puppr which viH mewlXrlm wuiitaof Wextern rcHilura' - more fully llum cuuue don by any Jimruiil lumedi at tho Kui, How fur we have suocot'dd t doiuir o hitherto, we are williif to Iwavo te the verdict of our reudrr. - Ammix tlie tcuuij-tM of special tnlereitt: to W'eiern readers,, wll1 be verbutim roiorta by NkUtful tentgriUeri,of liu nifst iiuportunt Dbrttea und tSiuei;ha upon tu luauo- of tne Kreoldeutlal CunvHM, by tbe moat diiiuiiilieil Mpuakrr of tli Woitu elan whit-h we tuloijUid during the recent 5 Uubvrnatoriul oltx tioii in Obkr to an e-xtiMit utiat templed by any oth'r papr, aud wblrti proved so mnUitntiy (Mllnfiietor) fo,fnr itiaderJi'. w " 7 ' In ciitrrprine and the futilities Tor 'jfrocuiinff the -eurlliiitt iuiullieii. e in tho variety ant! ftmurr' MtM or Jl newcojtiiiiiiii Hu lufpe sian eiiitiHiiitf uo to L'otn press into ui jui wnuLuver.ut or currvitt intrr- tutu OfMwery . aeei-we-ieue tlie UAi&iMU a amireaiiitjc me papers u eucu luotviuuui auowrioer. Uu Jerour now Muiltotc Syjttoio, u efrUMirT nawas, with the dale of expiniuoj of Ihtir auWrlptioni. nro sjwmpud upon the -aper. by inaii uf printed labuU, beiiiK a KreaiUMUJuiunce to. autcribert Potinalora, aud Agt;nl.- Subscriber mtty rly upou receiving )hfi Keinr:il ' uuwi through the G xelle from one to twoduA a iu advunce o4 ite arrival by the Kuteru pupurfc - In order ttteHuonritgo the atarting of Clubsnt new point, it. will be tioFveived that for a liat of ONLY TEN SUbtiChlHKKS the puporacan bo had al OM$ IHiLLAH Hjfcli 4; Or V.- Xnia briun the ' iniuimtim trice wtthiu the reucb of Cluljaut Uiu ttmallest Hoitt ftleei, und ia a facilUy afforded by no other paper of o Inrjrua alz. . To our many friends to wIioaa diaintereatcd labora 4a AgouUlu jfottiug up flubs.wo are no inucti in deltiud, wo bug to return our ainceio th:iiikt, and iriiKi weaiuitt botuvorou with a eouuuuauco 01 their kiudneaa. , ,f y Kt WEEKL Y-T-PuhUtlud every Thursday morning. r Single copy, one year; ' -. $8,110 ' ' Two lo Fivo conius, , ,t i . : IJUeaeh.' Five to l eu copies, 1,25 " len to i went) 0.i9svwiinaut gay sx- ; trn copy,) , . 1,00 " i Twenty cnpiusaiid'ripwards, (and one "' i-v- tn (r.-ltor npof (lubv- .- 1,00 " And an addltiojiul extra cony for every additional 20 Biibscriburs. 1 . ... .j ,,, . . irrKn extra copy for less than 20 subscribers. -To the cutler nn of each Cloti at 70 or more, a copy ef the DAILY will Im so.r , if preferred, in stead of the extra Weeklies. ,ri 8.ibacriilioiis, In alt cas-'s( rriyuble in adviince, and nn pupercOntinued after the .expiration of tho " time nmd for.1 - . ' .r AdiritlonstoClnha can be made, atoll llineadurinr tlie year, at proportional rates, tbe tiino to exniie with the Club. . - ., j ;,.. . We shall be hennr.at any lime, to sond as many specimen eoplos as limy be ilosiru.t, upon application.' y UIliepHper win Dw seni vo t.ioneymeu ,at ajl.' - f ... f 'THK DAlt.y, (Pnotl'lied every morning, Knndari ' xcvplu.l,) is furnished to Mail riulisertbers at tlie. following ruteaMtf tv , i ik..: j ,' j ;... i , sBiiiglu opj, one. yean, , ,.. , , ,uu .. . ' i V V .' alx iiionlhs. . 1 . , 3,50 - . iv u,M"",wr . .- ..; Ten or more ' " . ' "'"6.1.0 " Or HAg.iuta who will supply-stiharribers by the : . wenk; they. charging tliulr aiiljwrrib.-rs 15 cunt. .All letters Contuiiiing remittiinci-s, if registered,,', will be at'Otir risk.'. Drafls prefurrcd, when cm v.-- -uionlly obluinal.lo. Address, , ' " ,. , ' o iZC'ITE COiUI'.iXV, ' Dee. 80-nil-lt. ' .! ' CIKflMNATl, O. .;'''" "Att ORWNAKCiS., ' ' - vt ' o-.- ...(.f '-.i.. - ...... -,v..;. .S.,: . SiiCTios s Be it ordained by the Town Ccun , Ml of the incorporated Village of JUiddlepor Meig County, Ohio, That it shall bn uiiia-.vful . for any person or pertond to Wtid-t?U witltiu '"f tlie .corporate limits of said 'l'owjBj ipiriti'i,-i mifl vinoiia At- malt liaiim-a.-'nlA beer. -ort tnv-t. nranaraiinna ni ml vtllt-0 rtf ihA MmA v.onf Irn medical purposen, and on tlie writjenregcrijj uon oi a pntoHcini uuvBuimn. . ..-. , SEC.J2e.TUat every, fiorson Vending hqtiorsW 1 spirituous, vinous, mtttu nio W beer, jnture - or preparations of the giinie,"8lwll keep a, book, .... i.':u 1. .. 11 ...into .u"n..i. . I, . . ill WllVfl HD W DUH1I - v. -fwli ( 5 niutie oC ilie physiqian.ordering th same,' wnich,!'' book shall be open to tbe inspection of all petwv--' ' " Sbo.' 8.1' That' -"knf person or '-toertbn found - .''t jl.-- -.JI3:-i.-V l.i7 guilty OI violating any 01 me j.i uv.oiuiib ui. tuts ovdinftuce, shall, on.oonvictiou,tJifireoli be fined.J, M any fmn-not etcajeding fifty dollars, and on ' refusal or nesrleot to pay said fine Bhallibecom-' .. mitted'fb the jail of the cotinty.thert to remain : .-,., . ")-. V . : i .1. v.. . unui ine nne unit cusis uie.uuu, usasui. uw,. secured to the satisfaction w the Mayor, or oth- '"r etviae discharged by due process of bw:--4v'v r 86V.- The Mayor or tlie ron or MiatucpoM I - is hereby requtreji upon view or complaint upon, J oath 'priAffirmationi charging any pereonK with -m violation of this ordinance, t Issue n iramnt , to bring the accused before him, and shall in-quii-e Into h? truth of the necuaattpn, end if '. " found cuilty, ahiilL eDrOito Uie sesalty f this -; ordinance, as provided foBin-eeetion-Sdi ' . ;S8ov&:This ofnaoeto take ettect ana oo . in force from and aftor tlie 20th day of l)oco.. i n KonCEv-.TAie-.Bori of ireciwe ef -'Ihe- "Melee Oo. A-rrieuUtrral ArwooiatloBrrUl tteetv; h inn i mm ei mi at Tn ir'AriiaiwitL .itB,.i iiui-buiiiVm.. si,- tli'ltfc4)irtirtiW -T ma.-" ""...l?Vi;M-..i,ii ii:-' 17-Vi.di - OIVI iAVJ V iVJUF t'VW (-'-C'7. ;