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Thursday Montlii;' S:in. 1M The Canto of Iiuinlgrntlou thfl'ri'ht -of auffraio. What 'aro tlio' hopes and expectations which prompt men to immigrate to this country? Tho German, who leaves Ins Home on uio inline, or mo .mov.o. ...... r . .. .1.. Vllw, ili., Wosr. nr wlio -6omM ' from tho wouniainH aau i-uia m Switzerland, comes here not to vote; and nobody.can honestly pretend that, ho sacri fioeshis own loved land (for who does not love hu native land?) for any such - imng- .' '. 1... r.mn..r.nna, liimA lMrvll or. lUailOIl, OUt Dftbt tl.Vl-J liv'lliv.-, .' brother, eistors, solely to bettor his condi- lion. Ho wants better wages.bcttcr bread " than li tins nt home, more meat, some of lho luxuries of life, better clothes a : i!U , dross for his wife; porbaps.or a Uco collar, it may bo but, above all, somo cecurily for the future, that ' when old ago comes on poverty and penury are not its attendants. The Irishman loves his homo it would bo a scandal to say hei did not, The green lulls and the. green valleys of Erin are dear to him; audit makes his heart thrill, when ever ho hears of them; hut ho is weary of his porp-itual struggle between lifu . and death of his potato, and his potato only his rents, that absorb all ho can earn, and his hut, half underground and half above ground. His brother writes home, per haps, that he can ear.i ffaily tw'ico or lluice as much in America as in Ireland that , , 11 1 - 11... 4 t.....A.. moat can oo naa ncro unity mm .iiuu;..-. hero are of titnbor, Or of brick, and above "ground and that ho is sure of a safe.com- fortablo, and, if prudent and wise, almost n luxurious nveiinooa, iiw wumn eu "back heme to their sisters how well they "can dress, how well tlu y can live in our "lilehens and our chambers, and what high rwages they have and heneo all Ireland, 'ind all Germany, uot well off at home, are loavin1 to come to America. Rut what do they come for? To vottf Wo never heard that reason given! Voting 'Is a luxury not thoughtof on tho Rhir.o.thc Weser, aad the Elbe, or tho Lifl'ey, or tho ' Shannon.' Voliug is the first lesson taught foreigners by our demagogues 'here. .It is iho first prizo. hold up to thorn v. hen they reach Staten Island, and it fol!ovs theiri to .... i i rrt yi isconsm. Iowa, anu every wncro cie. iu 'vote to hoU JJiee they are instructed lirst to consider as of more importance than holding property, becoming rich, or improving t'lio'r moral and i:ile!h;olual con dition and hence, from the struggle' foreignei-3 lo extend their suffrages, has sprung the opposition to thorn. To become a sovereign instead of a tulje I to tuhi i:r stead of being ralci, is novelty that strikes and dizzies strangers, all nnaccustonitd to such pciwur; and henee it is, that often, in "the piuioti an 1 phrenzy for that power, the wildest' American demagogues that taist cajoles tho foreigner, exorcises the greatest authority over hiiti. American domatrorues havo lor years and.yar"s been tho greatest pests of the poor strangers that land here, and they aro likely to bo, for years and years to come. They aro ten times more to blame for the excossos of which - foreigners have been . guilty lhan tho foreigners themselves. They not only began to teach stranger the moment they wero landed here, they had as good a right to this country, these in stitutions, this government, And to it3 cre ation or overthrow, as havo those who were born here, but at ona timo they actually weiit farther, in order to propi'id'.b and to catch tho Roman Catholic portion of "our emigration, nay, so far as to tell them that our free Schools our pi ide.our glory, our all as a nation wero not good enough for foreigners, but that foreigners should havo especial free schools, for their especial ed ucation, in their own way, and in their own tongues alsol A Governor of New York ntono timo actually urged. upcJii tho Legislature tho establishment of just such schoolsl Naturally enough; tho American mind revolted from ' tho proposition; but even in suoh an offer, the cup of humilia tion was hot sufficiently drained. A por tion of tho Roman Catholic hierarchy of 'N. .York desired to secure, in tho mortmain, all their church property to make it trans missible from bishop to bishop, and so to concontrate upon . tho bishop tho great wealth of tho whole Catholio Church, and many an American demagogue stood ready to make the sacrifico, aud to urge others to Belf-bffering." ' , ,' ". Reaction naturally has been created in the American mind; and it has manifested itsolf by tho organization of secret soeio ties, aud somotimes in tho elections. These secret political societies have beon justified, in tho alleged noccssity that, thro" them alone, could American born citizens protect their rights, as . American dema gogues, leading ignorant foreigners, wero otherwise too strong Wben acting in their powerful partyorganizationB. Wo depre cate the existence of that necessity if ne cessity there is, for such organizations and such movements, but they exist.and they aro to bo contemplated as existences, which make themselves manifest on humorous oc casions. " ;- .-;. -k..i. And what do they want? To abolish With the Now .York Eipreu, wo be- j bttll(l up wan9, if wo WOulJ; upon tho At- ;llUn,lrea perwa. ViVjst tl,n njMtt., ul!t, uafr;an;e1y for Lin, U Uvcr coul 1 1 rpp.aU to tve:y true , at riot uni extio ia .T , '""I l o c ?l"t7"-' 'J"'' 'M'" ' w lievathat if our forign-born population lanlitf orPfcilio oceans. Indced.tl.et.bor could posSblo be tho VrlWlkuo? oJ':l1' U-W. lU.; S .LcVc' I DKffir.SS will but "ditcurd demagogue Jton thw 0f foronei-s is indispensablo to u. Kvo- lUniLlj c.Torts. "It is but too comn-.n jauJ lha ,ctt of o1""11-1" l:u-' Lis ! unl devo'io:! l.j c i-i'rv. ;.aiRicAsi,tl.,.l"J13v: T. S.VaUO; llola-?. ZJ ! .1,:! V'h rv":' j;-' '';. ;'-- torfdence" they would mora justly Pprc; ry sounJ producUvo human being coming LJ3 tU M-jtr, "in our practical,' money! ,:er:ion for it nUvays fo l,rrened, tl.at word which l tJ,J tU ir tkLet, r.d i, tha!?7fW Tobacco, 1 C,25c; T; ciato and readily acquiosco in the, pnnci- ,iero Ua pr0per,7( rvalue, if only material. 1 making age, to look down upon tho ai t. 'Ju"!t k! tU l'rj0 wLe" Tim W3S rea!y lo '-ihho!etI. tin- pass word iu;.t;.l Ly ;hj j JJ'' J'"'-1 :l.i!.7Pr w'r,' ci' v T?' 'i.-'",';, f'i" plos and measures of tlio American party. y colls;j01e j( to b0; cliciihcd, duVoh.ped ! ( wc n.a poe'rv psintini' ti.u-ic s,-u!p! ! Siv0 scmc ftoW " fullest drubbing" ! people. TLo aatu led Ace rustic x; Uins IS till are Cattle Tiurlcet. I,1!';"; N''n.;- ' A'-'P'tMl-r'oii; Were it not for American demagogues, Hnd cui,ivrtt(Jj. Wo owe it to God and to ,uro &c ) 3 mcrdy omsn e-U-.l lav asit!nUvtr f':l1 lo U c lot of I'oor iaM " '- "'".njai unJ.ajJ tho peo;.!e. Bu.TiyoBa. Jin. ll.-Ono t!a,Dnl ;4l'"r'V. who seek only to promote their own eelf- mftk(J Q.-InostHnJ ubcstofliio. . WSilc 0f t;mc to Ln of un-c 'and ll .'"h toreceivc.thrceorfourmonwouIJrnUi ! A 4 f B-!tf alt! w,tc receive I here to- Bp AV' ish ends, wo confidently belicvo that not Woowo ,lim tl)0 proleu.bn ofour ,,,.,.. v iiii anl rcBtrai.i Mm. M-otto . dy...rwhi.!:.7JJ ww.!4a! p,i:v.Mn-- iiZl':"f tho Roman Cutholio religion? That is im possihlo. It exists u nd c, nnj with, the Federal Constitution, and Willi nil tho constitutional r ignis ana privileges ol any other religion, and'itslunus upon that "rock," if uo other, which cannot le,'.h:ik - To forliij immigration? That is im- efjiMlity jterni'y in all tho blessings of our institu I lions. Wo owa him tlio means of liveli hood, life, liberty, and law We owe I.IU1 , ., k; dneM ,wl neighborhood. . 7 . .... )al) op()l an heart, and a freo hand, but do ,-o hici an equ;vlity in law-making, iu wo owe sovereignly,. in tho administration of gov- eminent? Aro wo under any obligation to admit him into our .. governmcut partner ship.'our households to be ruled by him, to m:iko l.ira mister overu t, let him ercato our rulers, and to be subject to his (creat od)lawst Tliis wo understand to bo the real issug in tho present excitement, and all others to ... ri..-..i:i: ; ......... i 1 J . . . t f , . . . , ; . ., " . it ...:..,!-..... t i ... i , , I 1.1 . I T ERPKCTrtT-!,Vr.lU.l.tlia,i,,., ot..rV,rr!..f,,u - .en. m loiui.j 1i1iu.131if.uu11. aum is nil- jp;j g,.ruck u as biin f particularly ar-TO-1 1 4 -j tv ci.im r.iuvr n .i.ings ly , "Z ' . ' lJJ u -i'vtr-1 j s, mt n,t-m;t. ir.a i iB rt. ' Dosublo. Wo are not ChinoscunJ cannot' ,., t tl, 01!,ui...,. W!.!,., . CV.hu J .fcu'.l, (,') I.fai j S. wv. i tl.e ldin- cf th.,r ticUt. wl.W. u o:ko f'JC.,'.Jr;;. l-'-!-!- "-A 3v.Ct; tS;1'::.i,:V t:.n.r;Ar?: : be inciden'sor accidents of that issue. Im tials from tho most degraded nialci ialism migration is not resisted. The ltoman that ever held the faculiies of a peoplo eap Caholio religion is not in question, consti- live for centuries. tuiiunnlly or politically, no more than any 1 And we, too, though a Christian nation, other form of religion, all such being mere are liable to fall into tho same gross niate thcological questions, Tho question made rialism, without the humanir.in and tie- is, whether Rome belongs to the Romans whether this is our republic or the repub lic of others whether Xve arc at homo or ub:;oad whether this is our country or tho country of strangers settling among us. FonEI';N P.VITEB3 ASD Ci'.IMISALS.-Tho bill reported in tho IIou?oof Representa tives, un the 2d inst., in relation to foreign P'uipers, makes it tho duty of the U. 3. Consuls, on personal application to them of persons wishing to emigrate to the United Stales, to grant them a certificate, on proof that (ho. applicant is of sound mind, and not a pauper, nor blind, nor a convict for a felouous o!icuce; and Ihht said applicant has not, for tho space of five years next preceding the date thereof, been nf llictod with lunacy, insanity,, idiocy, or any derangement of intellect, and that said applicant, of his or her own accord, is de sirous of emigrating to tho United States, and is not sent out of his or her native country, or the country in which ho or the last resided, by any individual, society, as sociation, corpora; ion or authority what soever. '. . '. : i . Consuls arc also to bo required to inform each other of the fact on lcarniug'that any piiiper or convict is about to embark for tho United States, and tho Consel at the port of embarkation to lay tho finite before the Captain of the vowel on which mu-1i person is about lo take p.usagc Captains of vessels bringing iniinigrunls to the L'uited Slates ynthou; .tlio required certifi cate, to be fitted 50, and imprisoned not over or.e year, for every alien so brought; when more than twenty of such aliens aro brought, the vessel also to be forfeited. The bill contains several other provis ions.. ' Crt,ipJt-i of S'.irfy Lotcdcrii. Ve have frcq'ienlly expressed thoppin ioit that tho astonishing success of the Amoricaii parly was, in a measure, duo to ihi conviction nowso ganorally entertained by the people, that both of tho old parlies had become thoroughly demoralized, and were controlled by a set of sellieh, schem ing intriguers. . Tho fact itself is becom ing more and mora apparent every day, ami is even admitted by thoio who bitterly oppose our cause and cling tenaciously to their old idols The Valley Demoernt.one of the Btaitnd iliest party papers, published , ppeakiir of the prominent in Virginia, ppeaking ot tho prominent Democratic leaders in that State, is forced to make llio following acknowledgment: "Never, perhaps, in tho history of our party in the Slate has such bilter animosi ties existed in 'regard to men,--or siieh wire-working rfnd intriguing to foist upon tho party tho favorites of factions and sec lions. Such conduct, in our opinion, has brought llio parly to tho verge of defeat and ruin, and must, inevitably seriously obstruct the harmony of tho nominating Convention. Leaders hnve become ambi tious and corrupt. They look mora to their own promotion than they do to the welfaro of tho party," ' , " ' When such a condition cf tliiiigs eiists, is it surprising that the peoplo should de termine-to sever old party ties and be, no longer theslaves of huckstering politicians? The marvel is, that they have So longsub mitted to bo rode like pack-horses by every intriguing demagogue in tho land. Ojuun Likelt. A correspondent wri ting from Washington to tho N. Y. Herald says it is rumored there that the roal object of tlio Kinney expedition is not the malari ous swamp" lands of the Musquito coast, but ,tho beautiful island of Cuba. 'The plan I learn, is to ship somo two or three thousand mon, armed to the teeth, in a couplo of swift steamers, to start publicly for San Juan; but privately to steer for Cuba, and slip in atsorae'unprotectod point and commence the liberation of tho island. Gaii. Henderson and Gon.'Quitman, of Mississippi, in view of this enterprise, are reported, as being abio to apply funds to help it on to tho extent of ovor a million of dollars. The President in liis'official ca pacity, is,'. 'of, course, ignorant of tho real drift of this Kinney expedition; but I pre sume that the Kitchen Cabinet are in the secret.' , ,--' . I ' j nV.V,' '..,'.,. '.-.".V'V.- T"io Flno Art. victok ax. cirjiwoLD. Wo wero on the point of sitting down to wr;.0 an Rr,;,.0 011 .j, lIo ,oVfI:c, t ,. a;j ul -ects. when tl.e followim- from tl.e 11.11-! i,',,',;.. ,,,,,,- f..n !.. sciiLiitl to lifii: liaiioiiH nmv inmi ludn.' J i - leiico aad oowi-r without Lht-m. whiti. im. viduals mav save their lima and mm, , uot violJin." lo their soft ni-r.-.ni-I.mu T! L,nslloni.n r ... 5- KI1. r ...; ; . o i - " - " j ,10glect of culi'n a'.ion, a want of ?j-iiip:it'. y j fdr what is truly human, and tho absence ' o :of Uihto' for all f.obler and refined enjoy nien'.s. Tim arts.'not the heroism or in ....... . ii.u i.eiui.-iiii of 111 - stry of Ihe Greeks, havo made then, in- n'ctoraofnanUn.!. a-.d ,nrA ,n ,t,f du wonderful peoplo an . immortality which willcndure the cvciUstlng changes of ago. iho industry of the Chinese can be carried back to a later period than that of I'oritdes; , but it has not been ahlo to save the Celts vating influences of the fine arts. A3 we acquire wealth, our whole' time cannot be r j (-pent in ministering to our physical wants. Tho prosperous and successful find leisure, tho working-men require nlaxiuion from labor. If a peoplo have a cultivated lasle, if they have an appreciation, however im perfect, of ihe fine arts, they will have no difficulty infilling up tho intervals between business and active employments of all torts, with rational amusements; aud the time so spent will, in turn, qualify them for raiional and more serious pursuits. Tho mechanic who is accustomed to con template the symmetry of forms will acquire a lasto w!;u:!i will aid him in his trade: .1.., -:..t i . ... i ... f . 3 u, nou luorciiaiu wiio is mo ineria ana patron of the arls, will surround l.imstl1 with tasteful th'ganco instead of vulgar display of wealth, and the professional man willei'.ji.y tho beauty and hairiiony of man's liobleht creations, and their" accordance with tho revelations of science. For the laws which govern tlio fine arts are as iii.mutablo as those which govern the univeitc. They bear the .true impress of humanity, and are perceived intuitively and reflected by the arts. It is in the fine arts that we recognize the genius of man On r knowledge will forever remain patch work our industry-an humble imitation of tho skill of worms and iuccts. It is through the arts that wo contemplate the feelings, .the nuJeiings, tho joys, the aspi rations of our race, thai, wo are led from brutal indulgences lo the conter.iplationsof tlio subliaio and beautiful!" .We cannot better close our extracts on this subject than by copying the following very flattering notices of tho very superior artistic- talent ofour fiiend and fellow-citizen Victor SI. Griswold, from tho Cincin nati Times In speaking of a number of paintings in the Artists Union the Times says: "Griswold, of Lancaster, an artist of great originality and power, and destin ed to rank with tho first of American pain ters has completed a pair entitled "Ruin of Iho Old W01 Id and New World," also several other minor pieces." In another article on llio same subject the editor of Ihe I'iuies holds Ihe following language';' ., . "The Arts? Yen, right in among them- Where? At the Artists' Union Rooms, to j 1,8 KUI C- W t!1 wlint did you see? Beauties, S,0, i'-,s. triumphs! Gazo with mo a mo- uient, and see if I am jot correct. There aro two paintings by Gkiswold, massive in size, arid grand in appearance. Tho ono to tho loft is called tho "New World" and well it may be. Look at tho ruined works, and crumbling architecture of the Aztecs, surrounded by tho luxuriant foli age of Central America, which betoken an ago in our own hemisphere almost unknown to history. What strango sensations the view calls to mind, and what thoughts it brings of tho long, long pnst. Tho oilier In 4hn (ini.l W....1 1 ' mi..l 1 lt , , , , b -imiiu niuiiue icflna i OIUIIIU ituer VOlUtHC 01 . history; while tho broad, fruitful landscape brings to mind the scenes whero civiliza tion and religion havo had their struggle. Don't gazo at tho picture so long. 1 know it is beautiful, beyond description, but we havo others yet to See.'.' Thus it will bo seen that Mr. Griswold is doing more towards giving our city co-. lebrify abroad than any other man iu it and wo trust his labors will not go unre warded. .: Ho is without doubt ono of the greatest Landseapo painters of the age and our citizens should take pride in giving him a liberal support, ."'.;' Rosignntioa of Mr. V. Nonle. 'Washington, Jan. 15. Sir Soulo has resigned his mission to Shain.and John C. Breekendridgo lias been appointed his suo cessor.nnd tho appointment will bo confirm ed by tho senate to-morrow, " - The Latest from Erie. Erie, Jan. 15. Tho Erie rail way bridge is rebuilt and tho track at Harbor Creek rclaid, and tho cars commenced running regularly this morning. Strong measures Lave been takoa to prevent any future out- Laugb Hogs. Two live hogs were brougt to market this morning weighing over 600 lbs. each Columbus Journal , Fur tin IzsaAit G3i.s. ' I II r. Eoiroa: Th - tcmpcraacai men of! our city and vicini'y, remind mo of a very coaig.;t:ni valorous man I ence laew. 'A" uf r w ul J '-"''. ;ca11 '" V.J, i-nu w is f,n 1 of a C3!,t! i t , .i i Jim Icing ILuh Leld, in full view jf hi antagonwt. would pitch curst.swarp. itagonUt, would pitch curse.swa and beg to be "lt loo?c" ihat ho mi"hi "just this ouo lime" have his own j --jus iiiin ouo iinio nave i,u own wav. ' rut, l! I V, L''' ! but it wouu not Co, 1 im must bo hill. Tim Lund cut aflcra while, thai it did not cost much to fight battles in that way. Hence it was that whenever he 1 .... , , . !?U,J fi;'J mc" "S hold ! '""i. "d one left for him to whip, he was ! ln f.r a fip;tt T,mo S Tim i:' ''" ' grt r.ian in bin way.but I,.' 3 ' s; 1 "u'u 01 taking care of him in his oft repeated dem- j lime. 0Q h onsliationsof courage, and conehidod to;,.ir0 .....,.,.,...., let Lim have his owa way for it tho next time. Iu a few days Tim had the way nvi An rvl...t. i:rtl I 1 1.. A... n A . 1 . . . .,? . r eye upon l.im until it was about time to " . continued to keep him back long enough t0 let him get in good fighting order. Now Tim's grit being up to tho highest pitch, they let him go. Poor Tim was beaten badly, I is cruis fell by his tides ai thour-h they had rocivoJ a paralytic shock. He looked at those that hhould have stood by him, but they only aggravated his cat,e the more by crying out "give it to him, Tim, you aie loose now. "So, that wont do,' said Tim, -I might hurt him." Well Tim did not f ght lhat lin.e and has not eintjc, and it does not now require any body to hold him, to keep him from it. Now, sir, I ak the temporance men of our city, what advantage, in point of cour age and sincerity, have they over this j , poor cowardly fool? You havo been im portuning ami petitioning tho Legislature, year in and year out to pass a liquor law, you have at lt suceeded in getir.g a law passed that you must acknowledge is ade quate to the suppression of rum selling. Then I ask, in the name of humanity, why not put it in force, you need not havo any fears about the constitutionality of the law, for his Honor, the Judge of this District, has sustained it whenever he has been .v pf.'iled to. Gentlemen, you arc loosing gi'juud, tho liquor business u on the in crease, you aro eslecp and the rummies are having a good and pi ofitaLlo time of it, but I can't ay so much for some poor wo mon and children I know. If you will go to work, I wont say any more about it.ar.d I will help you, but if you do not I will speak again. CROW BAR. TO OL'B i'ATSOXS. Vi'e feel boiind to return our acknowl edgements to our city and country friends for tho patronago they have so liberally bestowed upon the Gazette. Our subscrip- j l'tQA ''sts niu rapidly swelling beyond our 1 R,os' sanguine expectations, and give as '"uranco that our doctrines suit tho views and feelings cf tho great body of American poople, and that iho day is near at band when tho circulation of our paper will double that of any county paper in tho State. . Never in the history of the world has il ')(,t'n the good fortune of any journal to bo I engaged iu abetter cause than tho one in which Iho Gazelle is now battling, an d I continue to batdo until a perfect and thorough reform is effected iu our polities relations. Tho GazelU has. done and wi! ' eontinua to do, a great deal towards brin ing about this revolution it boldly a Jvo catod the glorions "American Creed" long before that parly had aa organization in tho county, aud when everything but a con science assurance of being right was a gaiust it it stood by tho American Party in ils earliest infancy, and now lhat the party has grown strong like a giant, wo trust they will givp it a heavy support.and thereby increase its influence for good. A Gkeat Scheme is AcstiuuX. A gigantic project has been startod m Aus- I . ! ' t. , I . .1 . ' . tralia. It looks to tho construction of a railway, 1C00 miles in length, to connect tlio three colonies of Soulh Australia, Vic tora, and Sydney. The plan, as detailed by Sir Henry Young, tho Governor of South Australians that the noeessary capital, whichisestimated.it 10,000,000, should be raised by a loan, tho interest of which should bo provided for by the rotes of the three colofiies, rtnd guaranteed at tho same time by the Imperial Government, aud that tho lands for fen miles on both sides of ihd lino, amounting to 1 2,000,000 aeres.shou.c be placed under the administration of com missioners, with a view of being gradually realized, one half of their proceeds to be applied to redeem the lean, and tho other for introducing labor. ' SIGN'S. Somobody asks the editor of tho Bos ton Boo "Who is to be our next Presi dent?' To which tho editor-makes an swer: "From the signs of tho times, and from tho most reliitblo information gathered from every section of this vast confederacy, Wo havo no hesitation in saying, lhat to the best of our knowlodgo and belief, the next President of tbeso United States will be SAM!" ...... ; .. 'Fir Co LtbCAC.-r CiiiUl llr. ELACiiiTi:i:-TIcfvl'owin-: tlioj It : , were committed t? piper lie d.iy nier hut i Cli'. c!cs:hri.lnt were nul ii I fur cubl'ica. ' f , now. Iv.ji de-t"v It-eforir.iri I-m liiiible C-onsei va.ive An 1 S-ajos-J. vox roruLi. SVf'Mi.. Tiic B ;to.i L'tiritr .i .... i . i ? (live 1 iru 11 cnil.ry COtl.i'.i - w,(Jifl ,r ,al lU ts,,,, L ... ,,ntnr',. ...... . .,-.: mo vto'ii irAio l i : , C'ln.rv co:i-.r.i ! ,U;i at tU H. tim0 ven In(t:ia. j Uvercc,;lvBu:penlcJ,and ma.iv I ! mills are ateppod. w',.il but few are work 1 l '"' ) ' imrre.' ed wiili the 1 C.rn. 4-uIj: live. 75r: f)a'. wrirvv.- ' -, . large, and money diClculi to rcalino rpoii'M. frcra 27. 23, 3), 32, 34, 3d, to 43. it,ho!Jer conruuonly expect mitMr!y im- provement, aad willingly accept on ccxn iU'W duiaestio Cesciitituns lower pneej . . . . ... than have been current at any period sr.iw M18.2. Mr.PuT nflltl Vnl w' Imi been fr soino tims the only nianufao- urer of broaiclotus in tin country, Las quitted that portion of hi busiiie-., and thero aro nvw no broaleloth mills raauhr - i. ihe country. tisl'j Zs3cvillc Courier. Oar enterprising Zatiesvillo Courier now the morning instead neretotoro thus g Lincaster, boruereel aul r.usuvilie ti benefit of its well filled columns only t . i f . i ., en ii'juid ouci it. ,o imiji AIOIU vuu Ijri'84. r,. r..,..:.. : ,.,.u.... .-, .. .. ... Tho Courier is one of the bjat d. lilies ia the State, anl W3 feel al.r.o;t coLfident that Bro. Gtop.rn wotdd no', havo any object ions to forwarding thirty-five or forty cop ies to the Lancaster post-eSee. If he has wo will endeavor to apprise our readers ia duo season. How is i'. Bro. Glor:;e, is theie any morj room 0:1 your subsaririlLn books? SlARVATIO:.' AT THE ElV2 Poiste, N. Y. The ladies of tl.e Heme Slicsion in New York hayo issued a stirring appeal in be half of the destitute poor at the Five Points in that city. They say: It is well known to those who are ao- , ,,,, , " ., i ' . i r-. uc. -iiiu-r i-ji. i-LTK.n. wifliblril will brethren of tlio Dai'v i 4 1(-'h a 1 1 pneiiar.i with.iat cuht'c; aus I "'' ivm-ntto n- niMiH.ini'"!, nr iho hiin J t ' tfi'.M ..... I ..I ir . , .... t .Inlin. anln.t lha Mill (;.ii.i7. W Willi. i,d ni i. . . . . . 0 .IT'"'"- equo:e: - V-JIMiK C. KOfltEK. l-.'lm ll-.rt nt. T . A m.: 1 C. t.'l rim 41O4- . qu iiiiif i wuii lieu i-jea.ity, inat imnareas : at it j.-, f.r nuiJiing 0;-lean. Flour ii of families have sold or pawned thelsst ar- jdull -iJ heivy; sales of 5 WO brl-i at SDa tiela of furniture or apparel to procure ! 9ao ) for Ohio" and Sraihern. Corn is a fod. and are now left 0:1 the hare floor j shade lower, with tales of 23000 bushels without bedint; or fuel, and not knowing I l:03.-il0.4 for Wefein Mix-J. I'orL- ri-im- where. they may get the next mouthful lo eat. Persons in these circumstances,!' man v of them sober, industrious people) arc thronging tho mission house daily, and from stem necessity many of them are de nied relief. This stale of suSering is in creasing daily, and tho starving must be fed. It will require not less than one thousand loaves of bread daily to keep the destitute from siiiiorincr with hun;er. Indiana Free Biuik--Action oftheLez iiltiture. On Thursday last a resolution was intro duced iuto the Stnato, of the following pur port: "That iho Committee on Banks be in structed to report a bill to repeal the pres ent Free Bank Law, and providing for the establishment of a system of Banks, similar in liieir nature to the Banks of Indiana, having a mother institution, wiih branch es." After a long and spirited discussion, the question was divided, and iho lirst pirtef tho resolution was adopted by a vote of23lo 21. T!iO second part of the resolution was negatived; yeas 21; nays, 3. The reso lution ns a lopte I, therefore, simply directs , j ihe rJ.inU Uomniitico to report a biil to re- j ; peal the u ink Law. Fora Good Haihts. There wero four ;ood habits a wise and good man earnest- ly recommended in his counsel, and alo by his own example, and which he con sidered essentially necessary for manage ment of temporal concerns. These are Punctuality, Accuracy, Steadiness and Despatch. Without the first of these time is wasted: without tho second, mis takes tho most hurtful to our own credit and interest, nnd that of others, may be committed; without tho third, nothing can be well done; and .without the fourth opportunities of great advantage are lost which it is impossible to recal. TTIio first American vessel that anchored in tho" river Thames after the ,, i u . . ,t .. oeilt e, iiiiioeieti iiiiniuei torcu inu .--.iiiji-. '.'., , ,. , ., , . . , 1 A British soldier nailed, in a eonteniii'iious tone, "irom whence come ye, brother Jonathan ?" The boatswain retorted, "straL'ht from Bunker Hill." From Kar. i.-bnrc, . ; IIap.risbcii, Pa. Jan. 15. The two Houses of tho Legislature met in conven tion to-day to elect a State Treasurer. On the first ballot Elecslifer, Amorican.of un ion comity, received GO votes; E. W. 11am- Min,, Democrat,- of Wayne county, 35; and scattering, 4 of which Baily American received ono. Tea Thon-nnd "ten Id . New York, Jan. 15. Ten thousand men, out of employment, paraded through tho streets this afternoon, and held a grand meeting in the Park this evening, v.'hen in flammatory speeches wero made. ' Destructive Fire. . SIosroe, N. Y. Jan. 14. Yesterday morning, the EXchango Hotel, Telegraph Offieo, and four stores wore destroyed by fire. Tho loss is not ascertained. The Hotel was valued at fifteen thousand dol lars. I'or Rent, m"- BRICK DWELLING HOL'SR on bio, will bo for rent from the first of novt April I for ouo year. Forinforiuationaudtonnaapolr ' B. u.iiH'nera corner, Includinir Lot and April lit-jj apiiljr 11 to II. A. GEBHLEi.v, Agent. Lanoaiter, January H, 1H3S 33 COHZIEECIAL INTELI1CE2TCE. u.l.i.i:t'C lurikt (h. Gjuyir Oi-ncj, J.m. 13, 1055. -Our f"'t.i'.at..i:: j thi liiuruci; are as follow: log w-re mile at o,7j-.C,2j; aal of s;i,.... 1 5 ..J r. , CAy:ai-j-.K. VVVdnes Iiv, Jn. 10. 13... I At M irk. t ZZO Cii'il-, urx. 7.;0 hetves ii-.nl loo s'.ote; cons;s in of woik.nir oien, ,co a i a.i i ta.v.-, yea. .i.igi, lr aud .i.rce yeiiru nJ.I. Market Beef Sit'-, OV cwt; first flU.lii'V 81: Rneri i 1 i! . 7V...7 o-e t) !.l id C,7."; o.-diiicry at .'). II. ch- ' j - - ' ...... per I ,.,, n!.r. 'I' . ! Ti . r. -wrt, 5,73aC: T!loW C5, 8,23 .8.5J. iiins Ltir 1! ii.-liiigtM't'e, 0,73 to 7,23 per civ - . , ' ....... i. ores jr. Uj to I3J. L.ngoxin, ,I24, 1 2D, CoW1 III C.1.V- 1 21 nrii? 1 O I 1 11 Tur-.. ti, i so. l earn?. Ti 'J '. i') . lo li. lures ears '!-eP a!lil ian.s-2f-ji7a:wrii-ket--i-x- -t . . . ' ' . ' v ' ".--'-.-''-.-j .O J , J. o ffia-j ii Luloii.Ii to 3j 5 Js per lb. 7oI niket. Nc-.v York, Jin. 14.1333. V )0u W have nothing of iaioor- ;u!ce to ncrtici. in this n'aj.U aiuce oar la. t: , Hie s i!ei havj been quile triviil nd price ! dowiie are irregular; the receipt have been .mail; .id of 11 .000 l' fiite l'leece iu two Io's at 37.i42 ., and 3.00U lb Cjm moa at 2;. FjrtiL'n is in very lii'ht ru- e u - ru.i ti.oun iierino a!Hu - iH" ! 2 Murino Do. native and qr. do ij.. h Ii j ri . i?".1 ?M H.uatrr 3 l..o- 4'jfe42 C25i34 i3rn Do. 1. Palled Coaatrv Extra do Peruvian Waihed Va!p irniso, Unwashel -So. A:n., Com. Washed So. Am. Entre Rios . .South Am. Unwashed 1314 15 Usue their pinr in T V -. u.? .1.1. .por u,w.. .. , : ,:,a oj naie w.iaei '.j.-dJ:r oa iinvate .- m, Jons lyoxs, Aatlgneo. ot In 1 even 1 11:' ii i , . . I a -..1 1 1 w li.Mj i or I5tfil70 era q l s m 9 Hoath Am. Cordova ' r".;'- I;nha, ashed 2oei,28 f:65.2o lC'a.30 13C.14 21&2G 1C&14 I AMr-an, Uiiwbel -itncan, v, rts!;ea Smyrna, Unwashed Smyrna, Washed Mexican, Unv.-asheJ Ivvw York ;irkr:r. New Yon::, Jan. 15. Cotton is firm, and pt ices bu -varit: sales of 27030 bales e,l irm. but closed dull at 1 2'2.j fir ,.11 M !.:. Beef Jind Lard are uncltanLTnd. Ohio Whisky 30. Coffee is active at'OValO for Rio. Sugar is firm. Sales of Orleans SIo las6osat2G.i27. Linseed oil is firm at 02. Money i. plenty, but rates are firm. Stocks closed firm Galena and Chicago, ,C0; Cleveland and Toledo, 5CA; Virginia Sixes, 93-; Missouri Sixes. 117 i: Indiana Fives GO seller three days; New York Cen tral C"J; and Erie, 4Gt,'dc.linoofoaeper cent since morning. Clcvclaud IIi!rSti Cixci.n-xati, Jan. 15. 1353. Flour and Grain, there was a moderate demand for Flour from the trade with sales of CO hrls at 7.60; 150 do at 87,65; 40 do at 7,70; and 50 do at '57,75. A sab of 3D brls Rye at 6,25. In Grain 1 000 bu O iU sold at 4'Jc and 100 do H imony at 1.70al,75. The former is dull. Received durin tho last 43 hours 731 brls. . Hogs, the market opened with more firmness to-day, chhSy on account of tlio weather, but puckers did not show much disposition to. operate- and trade closet! dull. The a:e included 7J0 hetid. dvid inr or. 2 10 lb , at 4i4.25: 300 do. ij!,t at 54: and 332 do. at22-';foj at 4.50. The New Yoik Times has a letter from i gentleman, who has visited the laborato- l ry of Paine, the celebrated water burrfer. The writer saw many interesting and cu rious things thoro and has fsiih that some thing important will come from this asser ted discovery. Alexander McLeodhas presented a claim for 5,000 to tho Anglo-American Com missioner on Claims in London, damnr-es sustained by him during his imprisonment aad prosecution for -the attack' and burn ins of the steamer Carofiiw.durinT the Pa- ' triot war in canadn . , There are now seven organized Ternto- . i -. . . . nil Governments m our confederacy. i , x- i, t-. . ' asiiington, Kansas an-l JNebraska. This is a larger number than ever before existed at ono time, during our political history. NOTICK. Yf AVIXG pnr:"iaaed Uientoik: of Groceries former- 6. ly owiumI by .Maxlniilliun Giuni.l would ro.poi-t-fuliy ak ori!i puhlir a lib'.'rul share of tln-ir pilron :.t;. With inmiy. obliutiona for former favors, bor 1. oved upon llttj old Una, tlio new one prosi-nls many .td.litiouitl tttraultoits, and bees a rOntli-uam-oof fa vor,. WILLIAM G1.1XI. J.u. 18; lcSJ 37. XOT1CR. ) TT)F!RFOJS knowln? Ihems-lves Indebted to Iho cs- Into of Jovathi-s H.a-riiof.oaaie, dceusad, aro le'.-et.y notill-jd lo in .ill u Immediate pnyraent, or liieir nei-oarits will b. placed in tha linnds ol the proper of fif era for colloi-tion. Thi books and aecobntsof aaitl deceased can b-.k found Hi tho Drug Store of llio uuder-sifm-d, in llslllmoru, Ohio. Jan. IS, 18i3-S7. A. L. SIMMONS, Adin. SPORTS" KN, FARMERS, LIVERY AND Slajcaien aud nil who have a good Hone, li O O U 11 Fa. U Til a TKXXETT GARKr.TTrfi-.p9ctfiillyromliHH T9i 63 D"'1 ho U 'till hiuiinicriitg avrny nn Ftp Broad Street intha CH V af Lt raster, wl.ert) bo Anospcriiw-co of nearly 41 cur, ai.il uitmy yenrt of tnat tirnu uiidoriiio tiihUin itouoinii eminent Vtttrfn-i rr Sur?t-n, onahle liiin to t'utttiiltMttlv unJurt-ikii Ui mn-tt .11 iiii-nil cases. Id &a!OKIXG lio holds liinuolf ! soctrnd to none. - . -v His ryputatioi U nw so well known tltot hor Ov fir sf-nttfi ftim io be-t-hodfrr-in mot of iho iioi(hborhtff riticsmnd town. His Shoelne f-hop oracUy will erorowur. BENNETT Laae-utcf. Ang"jt 34, SSt ?ml4 v v ccotnmMittuon8aroo amptfl mm no dtMnttoa t no dt-t'-ntion GAKiiETT. j AT TI1U CITY GROOEFlY ur.-viiY A. liKriKIltK, A. Wi.L.hLl-.ia. Ta I'allG;.! Cnuntr C n n.on "ii.a-, Pc liii-.u fi.r I'i t.lioti. ! Ard ;rrf T!,?M-n (..i.,) .iv.,. Iil,:o. u h u:,.:,,,.;, n..,....i. w.iii, ii,j,,. j Halt 4, l.b- r'.ilM ,V i-tMii !f iv uiirl Wli...... IM. Jtkli H .). ( iViiii.n l-.nrir- J.,!ni J.iub I-:....!, mi'1 s-.rsl, l.J rl D.f:l'i.u i k notlra.Uirt J. .i lit- SiU .1-v of lM-:iii:r. A. II. rM. lb aul4 '''" ' ' "It.. C.,:.-i ..reoiiiniun Yjn of t nrfl-1.1 l ieim-. 111,; ., iinn,. I. n,.m 'ft--"-! I r.re.. '.iilf, ) I I'-n-'i'ig, il.-.il...tl.l. I ..,u i.t ll.. lulljwiie; er.. 11.".; , K I A .1:t -. -IVl..' 1 ' " rr.ll.n (i. IS. Tow- ! uli. p .N... M.K..-I K.e'j ... ; . I, viin.iiiir 'it .! fhratb w-t.-.i.-i..-ri."r-i-. f U...I.1, ,1 iiitlnj lAKlMN'b ! f": ... ,tu i.y u-i.if -,r nun,iif-i : "' . '"! tU-.-i t:..rt -twt .-rHii-.4 4nnt tl, M t. -r.:. r.-(ll ..- 1 ...1 . Z1 ,. .k ...... ,n.ii,.f's p..p-i-i io iuj ,.1.,. -, IkiuiiIii. . i-'1!''''" 4-n--jJ .....v '..'.-.. 1 A till I l- f-'-i.l ..-If nt lli Put If a DAf.itn- -. Towiwsw.n ,. i i,.ii:Ji1;;o.ii paL-c.-idCuttw- -..a.,.IHl,i,,lttT..;,.n.)tl,.p1,r.Hlonfl.ln Hii.-T.. ...'te'i'Tt: I 'i I !l tffl el 1-1.1:1 IIDI Ir.orr MOF- l"i.l;l R.,Ctiwi uiel f Iho uiM Dufai-dnnt f iria H niif.-.. f nn,h rnrwMif, tl.iul.cili HniM.. H t'J'M !!'. Wilixiii !? ;'tiiari nc.1 Chr.HuIlo Maul,, irh w. ilnlli .art. ami "!'! Diif.-.iHnnl VllUa,., M.ti:ry Eri s. John Jrcub Krlek (nil ISanil. ElfziitMtIt Frtcii 4in-..tvoiitir-?vi!ith jiort thru, aud Iu taiil Adu M.-iriu Hi?Tiaiui,rtwr in llis hol., AI Ci n-x t r:n ori'. fimrt. Ht'ilnn.rrwlll mak an a;.T.ic.;lioii f.i-iin vtict liibt imrlitirvn mny mail olc.c'.a.l .roiui,. HHASKKA- HON, J!"wll Jttr Pllilia-. DjcnO-erM, 1S34 34i.fli,'."5 Kotico'or ..iii'-iiinrnt. CEOr.OE W. WIU.HITK a.ilme.1 all kin .,i1tu . , T ' Hi- iiil'!riiirie-d f ir lk. tiinl ben -lit of hl nty and (uun.ellor nl Law and Notary Pnblic lTJll.l.prrapllTiil!' lo all b'nln an.raatail f .oliwrir". C.il If .li"ni nr4,niptl, atianilvd ti. OFKif'K 'iVii'.i M-ii-On &sviili4-b,.Vitoriieja. Laccail jt. Lewn.bTl. ItZi 3LAMC iiHtH has iJfaT;toh yaSd Uooli liiuiciy, I.iuirt,r. Ohio.. AXK BOOKS r..rf'nntr Oli:c-, J-iitic0 Klmka, XH-krii. nimbi and Hlna-I Khlry Ll4,r.. JuDmala. liur 2 PS HuU,g ot every drcriptloa Itie lu a OiUftL MaUrffcCllMf Lr-al&&-Tclf-r--f4 AllorJera,hlUrorotlir CJWiK. -HCZ.il , j. ,. nru. j.iiv atlrndad to. Ord-r,fi.r tl!i..1ii,;Tin be Inft at Ihn Gautt OBIeK, irat tho Hinderr.i.i, Mj.in Str.il. iu Hi room forniar ly i.tu1:.. by Col. V. Van Tr.iinp. a. a Un Offloa, aud aearlroMio-iw lr. Sreidjr'a ridaor. Diji;iiuj!.-r 14, Uit3S J. BUKSHU... Attncbrnent .Notice. Jjlin Ahb':eli, Plaintiff, ) A 11 dre ccniniil. In Attach taack Do Gr.r. nfi-ii(Jnt, THE n-IVr.d-:nt will trikenoiira tint, my tnatanf. on Ojeoiiiiur II. 1.',, un order ofntiacninont waa l-seil bi- (r. st-iiniiiuu, Es(i.,:iirun.t kim dir tr mim of tl!0 12-llJt Jo.1.1" ASIIAUGH. liv-ctiinber sll, 3 ..ZZ Attachment "Voticc. Samuel Widen. r. Plaintiff. niritiu.-t Andre Do Grt". Djf.-r.dant. AtUcbmaot. THK Defendant will Inkenn'i.athMntmytnmanew, nn D-!iibir 11, l4-i..aiio.-d.rof a.Mrbmi.tM 11,l,ri "J u. tswii.iusu, .s- . itif ii-i mm inowuitt of !I 3- SAML'JiL WIllEMiK. DjcsiuTijrSl.iejl 3w33 A I ticliir.cn t Notice. Ileurjr Bottjm, Plainiiir, ar:iiii.-t, lu Altaehmiit. Andrew Ds OratT. Def?ndat:t, ) Tlilt I)efndiinl will uko n.ire tit r.t a. mr trmtaneo, en Uvnibr7. lsjil.an or-U-f ofaUai llnioii. waa i.d-d 1,T G. Sttiitiuinn. mi.. airnln.t bin, for llm inu. joftlrtilu. HliMtV BOWKUS. D.comberai, I50-I 3u"3 ' Attachment Notice. - W4-tey .d.-iidy.Prff. ra. Andrew li.' Graff, Defendant. ""nilD IVf'ii'tai l Hillluk- Hutiro lli-til nijf IniUinre, an nrdir of utluriiiiieiit win tliln .lay i.'id ajralnttl kiiu by G. Stiiiiiiun, I.., l,r Uiu ftiim'or.-j.-2 7. lOacouibcr 7, leW iiiW WkSUak' aiOODY. Estate ol Daniel llaltrrt, "TOTICE i. herrl'v clt't-'n. ttiM the nndejufnad kn i tliW duy b?en duiy uOK-ir,t.l m:1 ijiinlthed as Ad uiliii?!rat.r ..ftlie tali.te t,f Dikici. WkLTKaa. decoa-v-l. l:ilo of F:.i-n U1 ,-o;ii-.!y. c Oi i P-.t-oii known; tlieiii.-lvoB iielfibcid to id E-tute are k-retiy notifl-t to nn.ltt, imni ..t'-:i!-.- :n -nt, and i"Ts.uii kavii.a olainiH air?in.t -ii-l Ktut u ill ruuM liiom duljr au-tlentlt-i.l wtUiin one i.ar.' Djc. H, 14M ll 'Jolt.!" C. WALTCKS, Adlll. Alfarl mci.t Jfntfce. A T ray in'Mice an attachment wn.'tbin dny 1und fa. l'.T A I- Simnioi.i. a J ut:ee nf lb 8 IVace uf l.lb"r- tt iiiH-i,.iiio. F...rit it I rotinty. (;hifi. :ii!i..t uio irooda r:mi riuii.-i. or i ji-ii ':ni .'inn-. ah ati.toruiuir ili-blor for ll. neu of Xir. -ft.'.-ii Ujllur. abd 'l'ioiilv-tbrea cei!l ai. l r.i -K of lliti" li. C. LLACli.. Juuosry i, ua3:Si r.slrAQ of Giileim SJioriiiaWf r. ""'OTirK !. ItT.'I-y pivcn imt 1 li;.Vc tlti Hay bn l iijp'Hi-ti :intl duly q'ltiiijlt-'l :w AdmiuislnUor on Ktlrli-'l'! t-nm rv, 0'4., Doc.l.le04Ma3 LAVID JE.XN'tXGS, Adra. K-t .trt of JonntrtHn (i-trlholnmuw TVTOTK'K U hivVy pi-rt-Q thai I harp thW Any hon 1 aj pnitii.!.l mi.) iluiyqui.lili-d a AAitiiiuNtrfltoroA tir. ti-t'it of Jothv H .kiii'ot omca. dert-tn-ted. lait of FhirfttT.Oi'iiiMLy.iMiio. . A. L. Sl.MMUH, Adtu NOT.CK TO 81IIPPK11S, - T WIU (Mtitrnrl with Pnckr tud jit; j,-'rr?7 :,'f "I'tpju-ri-ior tun irni;-t-vrui.ioa 01 -,Ta, Kiun-i 01 p ri'iifnis irom uiura-itert Cinloville uiid Clullirulli) to and from C.tH'ifinalt by Ohio VhiivA --.id Ohio I.'ivor. 1 will ninl;j it tit iho lu toroal of SU'tppcrs to mi4 .heir freight ly tbfn mau. G. C. SKA KL, Dec. 21, 1F54 Iw3 Affent fur Solotd So. g. TIAS JUST RECEIVED AT THfe CITY BOOK STORE tlie followine:' Swan's Treaties, price Swan's Manual, It. Lani-aslar, Sovtiiubor 23, SH ili LAW NOTICE. ALFRED WILLI.' -in, ATTOR5CT IXO L'OUKSCI,l.oa aT Law, LaaraaTaK, W"KTHX prahle!! in Iho Courts of Fairfield and ad V joining: couiuit-'it. llo nmv b-j foiuid diirfne business hours at the oHe of H. 11 iluuter, K.n. ma 13, lHSt. Valuable Farm for Sale TV, A FA KM r.)iiUinh ?il2 Acrua. on the water afa vrCio.ircrock,ii: .Madison township, known ejin lii i ,VVeiz Karin,1 with an excellent watei .i.privilcco, will bo sold by the uudorstg nod, at privatu sulo. l-'or terms apply In Lai.caatLT, Juno 7, letit A..McVIGn,taadi'sa. TO FAUMFJtS. WASTED Immediately SflOO bushels of CORlf In tlio ear. for which cash will be paid on dolirerr at the Lancaster Depot of the C. W. c Z. Kail Road ALFRED WATTS. Morrow, Ohio, Jan. 4. IMS iSlf TPPMr. Miluer freight Agent will raced and pay for the Corn. XHVI OARRIAQfl BKOT. P. C. 1)1 ETZ URESPRrTFULLT Infonimth el zoiis of Falrfli'ld eoanty that h ha recuiiiiy pin op anew uarriaice Hhop, immediiIv intkr04trf W kit eSr Lattm ' Hardware &fort. Of mtrt jMef, AliMJdr 0 btn ho will coiMitmtly kot-p on hand and m anu fact urn tx orttertvory rnrirtv of re lit el e lu hlntlou. ' Tr7K ipiiritiff douo on tdion ootir-, and lha irm fnvnrf-lil.t tiipmn Iks A IlIi 4a THE LAST NOTICE. TTAVISG hcon oatof hutlnt-inrjowoToraft rroalh. I 1 iaivUaltUflud many of my old ruttotner Indobted to mo iy note ana on uook account, therefor, bolt o iiv note anu on umk arcouni. lb by known, that Iran wait noronrer i(J tidily duo mo, aud all rlwinia vow duo m, whiaa rnay nurony anown, ma, irnn wan not-niTr tor thatwhlQii i( I tidily duo mo, aud all rlaima vow duo m. whia mav rnmalu annaid on the S3lh day of tbi month, win placodtu th bandy of pmprofQcrair oollrYti'W. Oct.ia,195-S4. ... . u . 60P1, .