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Democratic Presidential Electors for Ohio.
Democratic Presidential Electors for Ohio. SENATORIAL ELECTORS.
WILLIAM KENNON, Jr., of Belmont.
ALEXANDER P. MILLER, of Butler.
1st. F. I. KIM.OGG, cf Hamilton.
So. HENRY F. fcLDAM. of Hamilton.
3d. DAVID CLARK, cf Montgomery.
4m. J- H. THOMAS, of Darke.
-6t. ELvARD rOSTER, of William.
6th. MICHAEL H. DAVIS, of Clermont.
1t. WILLIAM CRORSEN. of Warren.
tTH. V 1I.L1AMKLRSHNR, of Clark.
It). GHRGhEfcLENA, of Seneca.
Km. LEVI DUNGAN. of Jackeoo.
: Itu. ALFRED McVLIGH, of Fairfield.
13th. JACOB SLYH, of Franklin.
ISth. JOHN TiFFT. of Huron.
14th. JOHN C. dY LRS. of Akhland.
UiH. JOSEPH EURNS. of Coshocton.
)6th. JAMES M.GAYLORD, of Morgan.
1?ih. BLNJAMJN F. SPRlGGS.of Noble,
JSta. ALJ'ilONsO HART, of. Portage.
19, liESKY DODGE, l Cuyahoga,
. .-Mm. GEO. G. GILLETT.of Ashtabula.
81st. GEORGE COOK, of Hariaon.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
;t?tor ct thi tcritMi cqcbt.
RUFUS P. RANNEY.
'oabb cr rvnuc WOUS,
0aeIISl0BIB Of COMMO SCHOOLS.
We ik perosal ol the Hon. B. P,
IIiwiTT'aaddressto (he Lyceum on 1st
rage ot (hit paper, (he address ex
hibits in itiong light the practical ben
ifits received by the community in
fostering these literary institution!.
W. G. Ciuttick & Co, offer in this
paper inducements to our merchants and
dealers who wish to lay, in Spring
Stocks. Mr. W, G. Chittici it ol
a late firm in Pittsburgh (hat was well
known to our friends m Eastern and
South Eastern Ohio, he is a gentleman
of Integrity and correct In his business
cpLerations, call and examine (heir
stocks. See card.
We give this week an unusual quan
tity ol War t ews. The President ap
pears to le in earnest, and will enlorce,
the Laws Mj. Gen. Chase comman
der iii cheil' ot theOhio Militia appears
to haveiaken up the war spirit, and gen
ml orders, appear to be all the) go at
columbus,ot couse we cannot vouch for
these proceedings of the Gov. as they
ccme to us in . doultlull shape, but at
the same lime they oppernie .'O'verful
ly upon the mind to illustrate, the fool
ish and fanatical rourse persuej by
lliaie and his abolition allies on this
great National Question. One thing
is ten. i h.e Democracy will have no
thing to oo but look on at this war.-.
The U. S- Troops are able to protect
the utiion while Pierce is President,
rxtticinciit In McAi-iuiir'
Mr. bmitli Agent' for the sale of
Winston's patent Wash-tub has been
driving an usual trade in the past
week in our town, nearly all our cit
ixer.s have seen and bought one of the
tuba, a Little girl done a Vahing with
this ttib in three hoi rs that it took two
women a whole day to perlorm. Mr
Smith will do a washing lor any fam
ily who w iches a tub in order tliat all
may see, before they buy. The model
can be see at all times at (tie Western
Ho'el. Ati who see its operations
buy. JiHt think of j um-g out to or
trdinary washing for a lamlly in two
We perceive that our "Republican"
cititens are raising morey to. goto
Kansas for a tight. We rather ttunk
they will make a bad . investment.'
Soveriionty. The New
York TmM,relerrine to the Presidents
Message on affairs in Kansas, says it
is the hrst official recognition, within it?
memory, of spuatter sovereignty, in
a menace sent to Coneress br Presi-
. dent Taylor,relative to calitornia.were
these words; v
"The inslroclions given by my or.
tiers were, that alt measures of do
mime policy mvti orgmait touiy
A' - ! . . M .1.1
dtnyto the ptoj U of the State the
TiaM of teif qovtrnment in a mat
' ter which ftcvliarly ajjtcts themelve
Hill injaltibly be regarded by Ihtm
mi an innovMioi of their rioht. aiid
- - - u -j
ud n u.f l r i i il l laid down in cur
. -lrtclarMii-ii ot JiidejenoMicPjthey mill
cerian,i f t-n imi.tU m their resia
ixt i: h i' t v itit-great maisot the
V l.i. -
WAR EXCITEMENT BLOOD AND THUNDER
ON! ON!! YE Traitor KNAVES,
WHO RUSH; KANSAS TO DELIVER;
ON! YE WOOLLY HEADED BRAVES,
FOR FUSIONISM AND THE Nigger
Milatary vs Probate Court.
HEAD QUARTERS OF OHIO MILITIA,
PIGTAIL ALLEY COLUMBUS, O.
I Salmok P. Chaik, Goybbnoi.
Preparatory to the introduction into
the Legislature of Ohio, of the resolu
iion of Air. Tcdd, and aa a precandx
ouary step in the progress of the war,
hereby arder that the entire militia of
the state, every mothers ion of tSe ni, to
hold themselves armed and equiped
according to law as a reserve corps to
the laid five Regiment, The 1st Reg.
will ,rendesvoua at Columbus, the 2nd
Krg. at Cincinnati, the 3rd Keg. at
Hungry Hollow, other rendeivous n.
uoum-ed in due time. Offices ol the
said Five Regiments will obey and
promptly execute all orders they may
received from Lieut, Maj Gen. Josh
ua K. biddings who his ibis day been
oppointed commander in Cheil, of the
1 he lollowinz is a true copy cl the
resolution of Mr. Todd, aa introduced
into (he House.
RtsoUeJ.Tliat it is the dutr ol th State of
Ohio, in the exercise of its 'popular seven-ign-ty,'
through its Geneial Asse mblr, to raise,
arm and tqvifi, nve legirr.fnts oi voinnieers;
to rroviila all the necefsarr proviaious.muni-
tinns, and par, for six months' service in
Kansas, to preserre the pear and protect the
settlers from the upn4aiions ol tne lauu pir
ates who iufest that Territory.
BY ORDER OF THE GOV
B. F. LEITER Adg't GEN.
P, S. Persons wishing to enlist are
requited to report themselves forthwith,
to 1st Lieut. Isaac Ross of cowpany
B. sign of the barber pole Mc Arthur
Still Later from Columbus.
It is leared that there will be a to-
lusion between the 1st Reg. of the
Kansas Expedition, and the Probate
Court, as the mayor ol the Ciiy ha
. - , .... I
oouna over lour laaies auacnes oi saiu
regiment, for disorderly conduct. The
gov. has sent another War message lo
(he Court, and the friends of the court
are arming tor the contlict. Some
think (hat the . legislature will have to
be removed to a place of safety. There
is no telhng where the matter willl end,
The Statesman says.
"Wether tlieae regimeuts are to rendezvous
at the Penitentiary or Lunatic isrLum has not
ret been decided upon, but those who have
blankets snd beef would do well to apply soon
to the Quarter Master General for the sale of
Huckster waeons and washer women will
find steady employment, aud prompt pay
wnne me money lasts.
We will endeavor lo keep our rea
ders posted as (o the movement cf the
By President the United States of
Whereas indications eiist that pub-
lie tranquility and the supremacy of
law io the Territory of Kansas are en
dangered by the reprehensible aoti or
purpciesof persona, nolo witnio ana
without the nme, who piopoie to direel
snd control its political organisation
by force. It appearing that combinat
ion have been formed therein to resist
the execution of the territorial laws,
and thus lo effect, subvert by violence
all pesenl eonsitulional and legal au
thority. It alio appearing that(person
residing without the Territory, but ut
ita borders, contemplate armed iuterven
ioo in the affairs thereof. It also ap
pearing that other penonr, inhabitants
of remote states, are collecting money,
engagiug Uien and providing arms for
I he atrne purfose. And it further ap
pearing that combination whliiu the
Territory are eudeavoring, by the agency
of emissaries and otherwise, to induce
individual States of the Union lo inter
vene i Ue affairs tbereuf, in violation
of th constitution of the United Stales.
And whereas sll suth plain for the
determination of the fcturt imtituiious
of the Territory, if carried into action
from within lb samr. will conUUuie
th fact ot insurrection, and. if irom
with l thai of invaaite aggression, and
will, in either case, justify and .require
ib forcible interposition of the whole
power of ibe general government, as
well to maintain the laws of the Terri
ory as thos of the Cniou:
Now, therfore, I, Franklin Pierce,
President, of the United Suiet, do iisue
tbi ny r-toclwaUan tO command ell
peraojis eugaed iu -unlaw ful combine-
a (in aairial the couaiiuiied auihoiiiy
of th 'territory of Kausas ool the .I'm-
iied Siates to disperse end retire plac
ably to their respectrv aboden, and .o
warn all auch perauu that any attemp
ted iuaurrecliua inaaid Territory or ag
gregate intrusion into the same will be
refilled not only by the employ men: ol
lb Local militia, but Jo by tuit of any
available lorce of ibe U. Slater; to the
end of sasuriug immunity from eioltuce
nd lull proteciiou to the ptiiojn, prop
erty, end civil rights of all peaceful aud
law-abiding iuiia-Diiant of the Teuiio.
It, m any fart of the L'oiou, th fu
ry of faciion o faualiciam, iuflamed in
to dieregerd of the great principle ol
popular sovereignty which, under Ihe
C4)usiitniw. r fundameuitl in the
wbale ttrncKue t oar lniuiuuou, u
to bring on the couutry th due cUui
ly of en arbilramenl of arms iu that Ter
ritory, it shall be between lawless vio
lence on th on side and couservelive
(ore on th other, weilded by legal au
thority of the general' government.
1 celt on the citizens, both of adjoin
ing and of distant States, to abstain
(rum uoathorued intermedling in the
locarconcerns of the Territory, admou
ibijt them that Its organic law is to
ba executed with impartial justice; that
II iodividokl acts of tllejal taterftr.
eacewilt incbt condign puoisBateat;
and thaWaoy endeavoi to Intervene by
organised force will be firmly withstood.
I Invoke til good eilixens to pronole
order br rendering obedience loth law;
10 seek remedy for temporary' evils by
peaceful means; to diacovntesauce and
repuls the counsel end th instigations
of agile tore aud f disorgsnixers; end to
testify their ttichmf ot to tbtir country
their pride ia U greitnees, tbeir eppie
ciatioo of th blessings they enjoy, and
their determination that republican lo
titutivu ihalt not fail in their handa by
co operating to uphold the roigertj of
th raw aud to vindicate the ssuctity
uf th constitution.
In testimony whereof, I bav hereun
to set my hand end caused the seal of the
United States to affixed to thes pret.
'Mt. . (.
Doc l th ci(y of Washington, th
eleventh Dy of Februiiy, in
tb yearpf our Lord on thou-
aud eifkt hundred bd CflV-
ssai. six, andlof the independence
ol tb Ubited State th efght-ith.
By th President;
FRANKLIN PIERCE. W. L. MARCY, Secretary of State.
The Democratic National Convention.
ta pursuance to k call regularly made.
lb "Democratic National Committee,"
consisting of ou from each State, ap-
poiuiea dt tne 'uetnocraue national
Coaveution Of 1653, to "promote the
Democratic cause," and " Designate the
time of holding the Best convention,"
met at the National Hotel, iu the city of
Washington, at 13, m., on the 8:h day
of January, 1850, and with the entire
RitoUtd That the Democrtic ra
tional Conveution of 1806, meet in the
city of Cincinnati, at 13 o'clock, m., on
th first Monday of June next.'
Th National Convention of 1853. ad
opted the following resolution as to the
number of delegates lobe chosen:
itoofvid.-Thet, in constituting fu.
tore National Convention of the Dem
ocratic party, in order to secure the re
spective rights of tin States to iheir rel
ative representation in snch Cnn.jm.
lions, each State stall be entitled to
twice the number of delegate that it
ha votes ia the eieetorial college, and
no more, ana that tte Democratic Nat
ional Committee, in making arrange '
meats for lb next National Convention,1
provide such number of seals therein for
each State, and aeiure the same lo the
It Is requested, with a view to the
proper arrangements of seats of members
that the delegate from the several States
or districts of tb United States, to th
next National Convention forward to
Hon. A. F. Edgerlun, llicksville, Ohio
chairmin of the committee of arrange
ments, their respective names aud post
offices; and the democratic papers
throughout the United Steles arc reques
ted to copy thia call, ' and th proceed
ings of the Democratic National Cora-mif.ee.
ROBT. M. McLANE,
'Attest; " V
WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
GEO, RIAD RIBDLS,
Six Cents Reward.
Ran away from the, subscriber, resi
ding in Pennsylvania, shortly after
nightfall, on the eveujne of the Vth of
October, in consequence of a severe
thrashing, he received, fellow nam
ed Sam. His heizht was formerly ab
ove lb averse, but he had lately be
come stoop-shouldered end hardly rea
ches medium size. Ilia complexion is
dark nd he has a down look when
spoken to. His age is unknown, and
there is soma obscuiity about his par
entage, though it is pretty certain that
he ia a Son of his Sirs. Had on " heu
he wept away a.mll " portioa of his
own hide. The above reward but no
thank will be given to any person re
turning him. Tb people of Maiylaud
are cautioned tgainvt harboring or trus
ting him on my account, as I will not
be responsible for his conduct.
P. S. Tapers in fvor of the ren
dition of fugitive Sams sre requested to
copy and present their bills, endorsed
by rirraur cc fono, at the counter of
the Middlelowa Bank.
Railways in Great Brittain and
Mr, STzrHcasoa, the .eminent engen-
eer, has complied the statistics of the
railway of the Klngaom. He h de
Itvered lecture upon what railroad
system hai don and is doing for the
county Among the slanting results ire
the following :
. The 8034 mile completed la the
kingdom in linker than the united ten
chiel river of Europe, and have enough
of single rail to bele the globe. These
railroads have paid seventy mi 11 ions ol
dollars for laud and couveysncing; they
penetrate the earth with tunnels t the
length of more than fifty uiile&tconsume
(out ton of coal every nainnte; use- an
nually two milliou of ton of caal;
Mash into steam every minute 20 tons
water; convy 1,111,000 passengers ant
uually .employ 13(3, OdO men and support
500,000 population; require annually
300,000 trees lor sleepers; 20,000 Ions
or iron t work into rails; take over
one burdred millions of dolieta for
freight ud fares, run eighty millions
of train miles: use 5000 engine and
150,00 vehicles; nse 7tf)Q miles of tele
graph or 3t,00Q miles of ires, and tar
ry a million public mesjage uuully
The statistics of our railoj(U. if es
certained and compared in this manner
would b alilt more wouderlul.
Additional by the Northern Light
NEW YORK, Feb. 13.
The a-JTaii at JNwJ8gua are quite.
Gen. Walker fortes swelieu to 1000
men by recent accession.
President Rive issued a decree, sui-
pended tbe offici! communication iu
lb United b tales, and recalling Parker
H. French from tb million to Wash
ington. . -.
- Darkies, plesee report j ourselves to
UUt. Boat. -v. ilJ
. . . ... . ' - ,!r" '
A BUTCH JUSTICE MARRYING
GAL TO A GHOST.
Some of our colemporsrlss r wsrm
ag thu)selte into (tat of comie in
digntiou over a remark quite grstuit
eus, it must b confessed, mad by Mr.
Corry, lo t rrnt debet upon Cepiiel
punishment, U th legulsturethst a
man has fight tot lit hi own life
whenever le deems it neccisery. Tbe
Enquirer accuses Mr. Curry of noldiag
io "th right of suicide," snd appear to
apprehend very serious rontepuences
from so fragraut deviatiou from sound
democratic principles Iu our represent
siive. Whatever may be the "inalien
able right of American ciiiien' iu this
behalf, n are luclmed to look
upon tbe process of cutting one's thrust
.o t, in teneral, very unadvisable, if
net manifestly improper. Still it can
not be denied that there are several ol
our fellow citixens, ia whom sn act of
ftlo dt tt miehl be justly viewed '
mora praiseworthy iu themselves and
beneficial to society tbau aay other
achiiveinen. recorded in tbeir history.
Some people, it is said, sre bora to hang
ed' and iu the truth of the remark we
have Iba moat implicit belief; and there
sre certsiuly those to whom we should,
if consulted iu the case, prescribe sui
cide s the readiest mean to get rid of
that most loathsome and pestilent thing
themselves. We looked with some
car through th articles of sevcrsl ol
our editorial friends, ia the hop to Sad
a project for som statute to prevent
the too frequent us of halters, char
coal, razors, strychnine, and the like,
but without success, They evidently
found the case tao difficult lor their
handling. It is to be feered that the
lawa to forbid the use of the ordinary
mean to take "French leave" of humep.
society would be of little availjand laws
to punish could hatdiy be expected lo
exhibit much efficiency in cases where
ibe defendenl baa got tbe atari of tbe
officer, aud removed himself, if not out
of the reach of the habcat corpus, be
yond tbe juried'etion of the ttmporial
cua'.s, Providence has so ordered it
thst, in general,, the question whether
or not a man shall sever tb thread of
his existence is, while h remains here,
exclusively hi own. The considealion
of tb case ss an offence belongs to an
other tribunal, whose deliberations wt
doubt not wisely are hidden from aton
Y a believe that suicid committed
by a man in full possession of bis reason
would be a moral crime; but tbel
such a crime was ever aciuallr uerne-
triiled, remains to be proved. Suicide
lias, we confess, looked to usouly a pe
culiar. mode of natural death when a
diseased soul and a diseased body to
gether combine lo hasten dissolution.-
it this be true, the "right of a man to
lake bia own life whenever he deems
it necessary," it no more to be quest
ioned than, bis right to ttertaiu fv
or orenoya pulmonary consumption.
However, this is a dull subjeet, euJ we
do not car to pursue it. Practically wa
shall be obliged to let people bane,
hoot, hang, and drown lhmlte when
ever they um it cessry -uuloss in
deed w adopt th praciic ot Hie Dutch
Magistrate, who, when asked what iudt
meut he would git iu ease of suicide,
rep'ied, "Mid But, no wan shell do euch
dings in my junvdicliou." ;'lle shall
pay," responded his honor, "vou fine
of five hundred dollar, aud sbrtiud com
milted till he raarxis toe eel." Either
this is a case in point, or the court was
FROM NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, Feb. 13.
The Herald corresooden t lcl0rsi nHa
that Mr. Dallas, Minister to Eneleud
-.uoa. ieae i me rreiaent this evening
ne leaves lor rniiaue:plu to morrow
uiorniuit lo make ureoaratinn fa, hi.
departure by the Baltic, on the 15th ol
warcn, rniiup rr.uaiisi, n; on has
been appointed Secretar of i,mir.n
l. - ..' . .
mr, vinas na receivea His tiual instruc
lions, but much i left to hi discretion.
He will not rsturn to Waihim,tnii nn.
less the news from Europe ehall change
me aspect oi our atuirs with England
so as lo make father instructions neces
ary. Our relations with Qrest Britain
are. considered a very critical.
Mr. Aunel who wa rejected inmc
time since as Commissioner lo the Sand
wihich Islands, will be tendered. tbe
post of Secretary ol Legation to London
ine steamsnip Ureuada from New
Or-Jeans arrived at noon u i th dales
from Havana up to thi 8th Just. The
Lmpne c:y arrived at Havana on ibe
B:q. Ihe Quaker city was t leave
Havana on the 9th. The Ne'w York
steamer Philadelphia had not arrived
no in Asomwait sue aaw a wrecked
shipashuie on Florida reef, midway be
iwen luuji fort and tape lorid.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 16.
67ov. Shannon leave this afternoon
direct for St. Louu end thence to Kan
sas. He will immediately remove
his office from Shawnee Mo., - to
Lecompte the centre of th pwrsiliog
difticullies. Order will be issued
from ibe War Deparment this afternoon
They probably will beconreyej to Col.
Sumner by Gov, Shannon. Jtfo doubt
they will be in accwidttnce with the
Prteidcni'a views a axpwssed in the
special Kansas nuesage and the late
pruclaniation, with the -design firmly to
enforce the in. - '
Governor baonen before ' leaveing
mi aiiernoon lor a-ansas recened all
instruction relaliv to enforcing order
maintaining the law in ht.au sas, every
lawiui expedieut auet be exausted be.
fur resorting to the necessity of the
employment of the federal troops. ,
HeVolutiodabt Akbdotk. It wa-
once in my power to have shot General
Washington,' said a British soldiers to
an American, as they wereJiscuiiing
the event of the great struggle at the
concluding of peace. 'Why did you
not shoot bim tuenr asked tna Amer
ican, 'you ought 4o have don so for
the benefit of-your cputrymen.'- The
death of Washington would not have
been for their benefit,' replied the En
glishruan, 'for we depended upon him
to treat our prisoners kindly; and by
Heavenl we'd sooner have shot to offi
est. of cur own!" -. -
. -e-T :, ?:- .' "
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 16.
The Leaveoworlb Hereld of the " th
says: Tb pro-ilevery meeting heK'
there otj tb id of Feb., at which it w
deterraioed aa eu offset to th influence
of fre Stat agent aeal aboard, to send
Geo W, McLsnd to the Southern Steles
to give the people there the pro-slsvery
specie of th cas and urge the Sjuth
eruers to emigrate to the territory to
aid in rescuing it from th hut! el
the sbolitioatieU. .'Tiie;Hf raid further
): Robinson, Ltue ui Bowu, -ot
Lawrence, are doiug every Ihlug poa
aible to bring on a civil war; they al
feet ud deplore that many Free State
men of the territory refuva'to 'Wlow
them 'Into rebelliegsgainit th ItJcral
uthorily and th termor! laws."
Tbe Lawreuce Herald of.FrteJom
says: Robinson and Lsna adopted pr
csntionary measures anJ orgauixed e
regiment. Th fort r fuarded dev
ud night and munitions of war are
collected and in readiness for Instant
service, An stuck is expected. .
Ibe iopek HersM sppeel lo tbeir
mends of tb north tod test to hold
luemselvet reedy to rasrch io tke res-
tuaata moment notice; a blow my
be struck l any moment.
Tbe struggle will be in earnest, but
th people of Kansas will stand upon
their rights, end di befor ihev will
Tbe Presideut' special smmhs b.
Hsnias appear to havt reached Leaven
worm, but not Lawrence.
There sre 800 troop at Fori Leaven
worth, and 400 at Fori Rile, ia h.
called out if the cirumfnc demanded
The Republican Association at Wash
ington is making strenuous efforts to
establish similar societies at eery city
town and village throughout th Union
as th circular suys to rally th people
to inspire them with confidence and n
thusiasm, aud furnish information nee-
essery to expose aud fairly meet the
sophistry ol pro-slavery. demscoKues.
making the issue slavery or freeeuum
ettbe Presidemul campaign, with th!
design of scattering broadcast docum-'
nts and apcechea. They bav already
prepared 169,000 copies in English and
W.U00 io German, speeches and writings
of Seward; Hal and other
From New York.
NEW YORK, Feb. 16.
The Wsthington correspondent of the
New York Journsl of Commerce tela.
graph : General Quitmin, it is said.
Hectares h will never report HH len
ding iroops to ftanins to bulkier Ameri
can citizens, whether of ou of thr
other side of the question.
The Herald's Washington correspon
dent telegrsphs.lbat letters received by
Gov. Sbaunou, direct from Knuitsie
that the Free State tnau are nikidg ex
leneive preparaiious for a desperate
ftfiht; munitioua of war and men are
conslanily arriving from Free State.-.
ti enticipates emit war. The letters
aiio say toey are fortifying si eer;
poini.L.arge suins ui money hav been
conirtouieu wuiitu lli 4t fetv dars
L-O .1 . . '
oy oouiucM. mii k rais and equip com
paiiieani the Houir to send to Kaniua
Ibe lower branch ot itia Nehuska lee
islaiure ht passed a. hill giving to wo
men lue rijgm to vol. ,
(From the Ohio Statesman.)
NEWARK, Feb. 12, 1856.
Eoitoi Statesxai i n the Ohio
State Journal, of the 4lh instant, th
first article on the third psge, i as fol
A Fencing Maeler Wanted, anv one
capable and w illipg to give lessons will
confer favor by leaving hi eddrs a;
the Journal counting room.' .
Has that any thing to do with Gov.
Chase's five regiment fur Ktnta f
In is Gov. Greiner going to fight TWhet
dues it mean t or have they o'her bel
ligeranl follows about Sugar Alley T
Do, pray, make immediate enquiry, and
let us knew. Perhaps, if the ; border
ruffian' should find that Greiner is tak
ing lessons in'fencing.'like Capt, Scon's
coon, they would come down without a
struggle. . ',
Or does it refer to Jersey'stnne Fence,
(cider and whiakey.) If thai' it, does
the Journal office need an instructor iu
that line T
Kavsas Lias, .The Providence Post
has been at some trouble to look up the
number of line th t koliiionists have
circulated about Kansas, and (be result
of its investigations is, 'that during
the past yeer al last one hundred Meth
ojist ministers, fifty to .seventy-five
Baptist ministers, fifteen to twenty
Quakers, twenty-five to thirty orthodox
deacons and about two hundred end fif
ty very peaceable, very respectable, re
mariably harmless settler in Keusar,
have been murdered, or tarred and
feathered, or lied band and foot and
placed on rafts, by th border ruffians
of Missouri !'
We thought th . luutrsges' bsd been
.mote numerous thsa this, but this list
The Senate wa ia camittee of the
whole, Mr. Buckland ia the 'chair.
The bill to restrict the rate interest and
prevent usury wa again under debate.
Mr. Brazee contended that all exper
ience had ahown th necessity of regul
a ting by law the use of whatever wa
mad thestaodtrd of value. which with
u is eold and silr. Tobtco was once
legal under in Virginia, and then the
value of that waa very properrly legia
laled about. -- .
Mr. Hyer was not ia favor-of the
amendment to mak tha Ugal interest
in usurious cases paysbl to th Com
mon School Fund, He prefered provii
ion s it stood. ty which ll th interett
was forfaited, to lb borrower. Tbe
high interett had brougt up the bvokrs
and depressed Ihe banks.
Mr. .Lawrence knew the Belmont
Breach of the State Bank had made 19
per cant, profit, and h. wished to
know why tha banker were to be dealt
with so tenderly, while tbe Individual
who took a little more than 10 per eeotl
was to he,digraed. He beliivea that
' " ft 1
th Pelmont nrsmh hJ made it
proftl.hy Strrfttli.gjf 8i k,;BI
daraeter. . , ,i
tti..A.i... n .
. . !.' DOl IRK
wnith t.Vts ibtut 8
the whole delii f ;
per ret l
Mr. lisit,,.,. It doe; but the
V 'be, hare the p.t
ui a rnaiier. . Hul-iX
t-riey are n
to Sll rer reMt, -bow- rs.. so
tl.am .itclare d:.idei,d ,.f un ?
twelve ecd nineteen P.f t,, WfI, ,?J
suit.)., their lone.f The usuriona lei '
der fun much risk with t!.. .m.n !
mni io pay th. ,nterjt to ,he commo
ocnooi a be H,)B(j without it.
. Mr. Htalon ahotrtj oppc-t thiree
dmfBt. . It inemtj to biia th
of the f
D..L. ' '
wowjd only injure the ODertion
law. He was surprised to find lhatili
to wrain ol the centleman from Pfk!
gainst th broker Iu e vs porsted. '
The other ilsy be was reedy to pnt tbeta !
sll Into big gun and fhe ii off. His'
own tentimentt about the hi.it
allied ae they were. n4 h w.s gUd te 1
find from some1 of his contitutenta they I
approved ihci Ufllima.ila 11a ...
lold that they could do uothing bet'el
iu.B prevent tut riorle of
from leeching th Stale
Mr. Matih had not intended to sur
pris th gentle meo.eud hnped be would
get over it. If the-big gun ws. ever
loaded up with all the broken in the
Slate, he hoped (he leiillenuo would
te present el the firing- oft. And La
thought be would be very suitable
peraon to pn the torch.' He therefore
hoped that wheu the lime came to die
charsge ii, the gentlemiu -from Butler
would be on hand at the niece called
the touch hole. (General I imhtef V
Mr. Matthews made e powerful aoeach
in favor of th bill. i
W. G. CHITTICK.
Lots of tht firm of Hampton, Wiltf
T co, o muon, CAifrfi d- Co,
W. G. CHITTICX & CO.
No. t Stsawbxbv Sr. bslow M.tmr.
Twr.ii atcoKi) a man.
' IslPOnTAKT AKO JOBBERS l.t
AND DSALkBS IX
HABERDAS1IERY 8c SMALL WAJ1B9..
OUR stock comprises full assortment t
ameicau fab'ricf; the moat noimlar brand
of Priuts, Bleached Cotton,- Tick. Denimi.'
Coltonade. Satinets, Tweed?, Cinieree &r.'
tngeiner with complete variety o( British
Frenches German Dry Goods., ordered and
selected with nartfculsr reierence lo the wi.
of the trade "
The stook will be offered to cask audi
prompt tit nionihs buyers on terms ptculie-v
Particular attention siven la iheeierutinM
of ortle;, which if unsatisfactory cas lit re
lurueu i our exp.ne.-
flew gootU cuustaiitly from veriou (cot
ce . - W. t.UUlTTlCKcCO,
, Aotl St.wbery Sv
' Feb, 34. 132G: lmo.' , Philadelphia.
Anns t s "AssociATiax
.The fub)criers in trtiinuncing tlteir -(oiritiii'i)t
as Mi nepers ol the above AsstKiC'
iuu, (of theadraaceinent of the - -
FINE A RT3 !',
in this country, fret justified in stating thst . t
Fine Steel ftigrovfng will be plai.ed befoi- '
the Aiu.-ricjn public, which.in bwuty of et '
ecution have brti unsurpss'd, uitd at ' I
price biiinrAlIeleJ either In tluiNsw or OMf.
World. - .'j
Amt is rmoolitan,nd in this view, tte :,?
Artists holli of Ainerice end Euro- a reboand s'
together to produce spveirnens worthy of tbo
The hneravines will he issue.! monthly, ' i
commencing irom tne Hrst ol Decemwi : .
185.1, and euduig Jrirbt of January, le0t, ti('
with the ' i 1 ;
PREMIUM ENGRA VJKC. )
The purchnser of twelve ICuKraving oi t i
each mouth, price fifty cent, will entitled U
to reotire, a premium, the great ul f
"vV e 8 HINQTCN AFTER CRC8 8INQ H
THE -ELAWARe." - HI
Size tt x SO. Executed in th first style of art, '
FROM THE ORIGINAL DESIGN. BY F.
C DARLEY, ;j
An American Artist unsurpassed inlllus- n
tmting ihe History of onr Coun'ry. '-,
Persons tteirins to act as eeent for ob- -i
taining S'jb.'crihers, by applying to the under
signed, a till stating the locality they wish
to occupy, w ill be furnish-.d circulers giving
terms, which are exceedingly literal.
All parcels delivered frit of ei press, post
or packing charges '
GEO. HOWARD & CO.
225 JTLr OiV STREET, N. T.
WHOLESALE PR.INT PUBLISHER
AadManaraetarara M Txtmit and Xealdlofs
I will offer for sale as administrator ef
Moxs Ray deceased, upon tke premises ca
. THURSDAY FEBUARY. 23 1858.
A FIBST CLASS FARiVf.
180 sere at the late residence of tha decease
situated ou the Marietta and Cincinnatti,
Railroad Twenty mileiEastof ChillicotheO.
oa the line between Vinton and Jackson coua
lies. - Sail farm is supposed to abound ia
Coal and Iron ore has about fift- acres cleared
good soil he wed log house well wstered good
timber nd every wy situated to a to be
a most valuable farm for agriculturiet
purposes- At the me time end Place 1 will
sell 13 Lot in the Town of Raysville to wit:
Nor 3, 17, 18, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 7, 8, iV,
10, 4c 19, A number of raid Lot front oa
the railroad and in good locations foi build
ing At hussines purposes.
Jan'y 24 1756 TEAGUERAY.
WANT 5000 SHINGLES, for which
the Uiihut Price will be giveo at.
- ... E. A. BBA TUN B
BLANK DEEDS, BLANK MORTGAGE
and all Blank required under 1JU Jut
lie' Cede. for Juttica of tht Ptaci.'ar'eum
ly kept o hand and for safe at thi Ojjuti
OB WOUKofevetydasorio'tiom neat
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