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CITY 07 IAHCASTEH:
TharBAar morning Jsm.9, ond. forblddlni sectarian instruction injlis publio schools ana seminsricso. uiw, and third. declariiiR the Holy Bible, as read by our loreiauiers, wmiou. ... . l. atandard reading book VUIIlllll-uv, w - - . inallthoso institution of pubho instruc tion . Letters of ClMlaMtaa, Na. fl. ItlCIlXAH D Tpt Jan. SO, To Yocbo Fabmbbs: Erer since the e dict went forth "in the sweat of tbjr brow sbalt thou eal brend." labor bas been no less honorablo than necessary. There ire Our Common fScUool Tfr.ii Anti-HeDublican party in tin9 ountiy can oontrol the education of tho masses they noed no legislative enact ments. Children educatedunder Turkish lafluences, are Mahometans; if educated in Asia and imbibe their principles of pagan ism; they necessarily become idolaters. The same is true of Protestant and Papal countries, and honed the unceasing efforts v. nart of the Romish Church to have 'Bet aside for its especial benefit a portion of the American school fund. It is. thcre tfore.'of ihe greatest importance to Ameri can Republicanism that every true patriot in the land that the great American people act with the greatest unanimity of sentiment in Bupport of American educa '. Romish priest-craft is already being Tery sensibly foltio. this country, by train ing all the youth of this great Republic that thev can'eet Under their influence in to a reverence and humble submission to the Church, which can at anytime be used as. instrumental in subordinating the State to the Church as its auxiliary in controling temporal jaffairs. Th natholio Germans of New York are orowding their petitions upon the Legisla ture for a law vesting all church property in rim hands of trustees in the county where such church may be located, and asking for a law restricting the tcnuro of church property to legal trustees. These petitioners are even more earnest and active in opposing Romanisn than A. merican born, for they have felt its iron heel; yet they accept its religious dogmas that are unconnected with temporalities. Such men as these are Americans in pol itics and nubl'ic policy, and as the Ameri can movement is against foreignuw, not foreigners, as such, they meet with fra. ternal feelings everywhere, and receive the hand of fellowship, as certainly as native Americans are discarded who hold to for igntmin any shape. It appears-that though illegal, Roman priests manage to use the publio schools of New York tocar- wmt nnhpmcs and as we cannot tale the facts hotter than a petition pro- rented to the Senate of New York, wo give j It, as a" sign of the times: SENATE -Aldant, Jan. 15,1855. Ofaa COUllON SCHOOLS AND CATHOLICISM. Mr. VVniTssr this morning presented the following petition, which is numerous ly signed. It is understood that quite a number of these petitions have been cir culated, received signatures and are now In the hands of Senators, who will present them as occasion offers: . . To the Honorable, Iht Legitlaturo of the State of iKew York:. - The undersigned, voters of the City ana . -.- WT 1 t. I full T '?' ... ." i. 1 however. TOUtiz farmers who think their In COnUMt W UU3 COnerrTauB..., nunc- : , er appears another phase of foreigmm. "S CTC" " ' ' ... . . . . Tl.. Inner .nr.. prone of lliose ocetl nation The "democrecy" of tha Third Ward of Cincinnati are in a state of war among themselves, iney sent a delegate nunea Myers, to the recent Convention at Co lumbus; but being suspected of Republic COXXZ&CXAL IITILLIGI5CK. The Tentpermaee Law Snataine. On of the most important questions more bold and daring, but less dangerous than tho "insidious wiles ot our craity ec clesiastics. The same spirit is elsewhere manifested than in tho paragraph quoted; and to satisfy the most incredulous, we copy a specimen of the ferocious harangues in New 1 ork: "Mr. Roedel here proceeded to address . " ., ... j: u the uerman portion oi me auuirm-v sub stantially as follows: Brethren: For the 6rsttime I speak in an assembly like this. ... . r .. 1 I 4 We have not all tno same langungc, uu our feelings are tho same; they unite us herewith the American people. For the aavancomeniot inese saiui.iieuw, rn muni not only unito with them in speeches, but also in acts. In our country we have fought for liberty, and many of us have losfin battle our fathers, brothers, or sons. Hero we aro free, butuot Tree enougn;we n.nt it,, l'.lm.-lv nf livintr. ( AoDlftUSe.) We have fought in Germany tor liberty of speech, and mo noeny oi me nu. ment, but we need not care for what those .o. to a mHit art on our own hook. Here we ' have social liberty,, liborty of speech, liberty ol tue press; aim wm-u wo wnt .nrthimr tlmt is iust. we are bound trt nhtnin It. Amlause.) If you don't r, rlirhta vpt. huticer will teach them to you. You don't got bread, nor wood, and tnere is pienij vi uku. obtained three month's credit, and when we had no bread wo soon obtained it, because we were 200, 000 bavonets strons. 1 have notlung tur- therto say man 10 nuvis jrwuw uuv inlcB of the social renublic ti, TViknnn tai tr-dnv. that the rich .uM.it mv na ft million if thev were forced An it- hnfc now thev will hold their mon ey in tlmir pockets and refuso to give it up. . When the won is nungry ne wis nu consideration, and tnkes his food fearlessly . .... . i. . where he tinus n; rausi oe ura .nuw will, ilm musM. llelo vourselt and then God will help you. Wo must act as the woliand we do not warn any auxiliaries Lot us act by oursolves." (Applause.) Thnre never was. even in the time of the American Revolution, more urgent ne cessity to revive and cultivate a spirit of American Nationality, to cherish a hearty American sentiment than at tho precent crisis. Our Republicanism is threatened at its very foundation by undermining priests and licentious radicals, and it be a hooves every man who loves his nation or adopted country to stand to the support of American Nationality and American msii-tutions. The Hall of Indcpcudcncc. Tho Philadelphia Pennsylvanian says tho renovation of the apartment in tho state- house in which independence was declared, is now completed, and the old chamber has been much improved thereby. The wood work has been re-painted- throughout, the floor has been covered with handsomo oil cloth, and a number of intcrest'insr relics Stataof New York, beg.leave rospeciiuny - -to represent to your Honorable body, that have been added to those before in the they view with deep alarm the pernicious hall. Conspicuous among these appropn- influences that are 'brought to bflnr upon 4te embellishments are tho valuable por- the minds of our youth, in the Common , itg tj men an(j women 0 Revolution- Schools iof the : Slate, and especially in , j he ,. hMd bv th8 cily t the CitvofJVew i orn, inrouirn me miruuuu- ,.,,, t v i tion of sectarian teaching? the exclusion of recent sale of Ihe Peak Gallery of National h. TTrlw Ttihln. th sunnression of histori- Portraits. cal truths, and the inculcation of ideas at in addition to. the portraits there is quite variance with the principles of American r varioty of objects of interest in the apart Bepublicanism. ment. Rush's famous statue of Washing- . Xour petitioners aver bs a iaci, ninw iw- ,..., . c . i:j i;k man CatLlio teachers are employed in ton, the old bell that first "proclaimed hb- ome of the public schools of this State, to eriy throughout all tho land and the m- he exclusion of Protestant teachers; and habitants thereof," the chairs used at the when it is known that the inculcation of the .. . .,, TWUmilnn nf Indanendonce. peculiar tenets, supersUtions and andont chanJoUor ,and many otder to the priesmoou oi mas imtn, utvm.v .... , , u by them to be an indispensable ingredient relics, aro familiar ro those who have been an inn Afiiip.ftriAn ni ino voiinir. tuu nw n tn nnuu oi viMbiiiir wm .! mi wwv.. - j - o- I - o eolf-evident that such teachings aro era- nlntrarl lii iittor flisrcrrnrd of all rules to the contrary, and beyond the casual or in Hiffnrent snnitinv of those aDDointed to SU porvise these primary institutions of. pop lav inslriiAtinn Win. ...v.. That bv this nrocess tho common school t7mA wliich ia derived bv tax from the They long to enter one of those occupations which public opinion fulsely calls more honorable than those requiring hard man uel labor. To luch I dwiro to say a few words. All occupations necessary to the well being of society are equally honorable, but if a distinction bo made it certainly should be in favor of farming. Wc provide food not only for ourselves, but for ah other classes of society. Our labor is tin basis of all individual happiness, and of all na tional greatness. Our occupation is sur passed bv none in the moans of enjoyment it affords to those engaged in it. Wo have around us all the comforts of life in abun dance. The labor which we must daily perform gives health to the body, and vig or to the mind, such as tho men confined to the work-shop, or .the counting-room never feel. . . Moreover, our calllnsr requites industry, which U always productive of happiness. Arising at the early dawn we go forth to tho labors of tho day with great Jul and cheerful minds, breathing the pure, exhil- erating air of the conntry, instead ol the smoke and dust of a city. Wo come to our tables loaded with tho choicest productions of the earth with a keenness of appetite of which tha man of the city knows nothing- Our social enjoyments are simple but pure and elevating. Whon our sons and daugh ters meet no formality restrains the free dom of their sportive amusements, form ing a hnppy contrast with tho deceitful pleasures of city fashionnblo life. Lastly, no station in life is so favorable for tho cultivation of morality. Every day we fuel our dependence on God who at his pleasurs gives or restrains tho Bhowcrs without which all our labors would bo vain. Tha countrv is the meat seminary j o - of those wise and virtuous men who in the hour of danger will become the chief de fence of the republic. Our calling then being surpassed by none in importance, or in the means of enjoyment it affordB, why should any one desire to forsake it? Ought we not rather to strive to elevate its digni ty. Nothing Would contribute so much to this as the more sronoral diffusion of knowledge among farmers God in giving us our cxaulted mental powers intended them to be the source of Inch and rational enioyment. Besides the very theory ol our government supposes a high degree of intelligence to be possessed by all the citi zens. Tho groat body of tho aitizcns of tho republic are farmers. They can only acquire by reading the intelligence which will properly qualify them to discharge their duties. Lot none say that l hoy have no time to read. It is not lime J oh want but the inclination. Cikcikkatcs. . iurui. i jum vt turn dium iwuwhwi u..v n. c.r.r.. t, 9r. IflAV Onr 'brought before the SuDreme Court, this v a at ww iv w v o quotations this morning are m follows: j winter, was decided on Saturday last at wheat, 1,60; Hour, 7J0,OO jvr bbl; j Columbus. The decree was pronounced Corn, 40a45; Kye, 75c; Oats. 28a30e; by Judge TiiraMAH, being the unani' lumbus: but beinsr suspected ol Republic- Duckwheat, 3,50 per 100 bbU: Clover-; mous judgment r the entire bench, as to. J y , "r"?.. i- . . an tendencies he was rejected by hi. bre. -d CaOO; Timothy aeed 1 STOrf'? : I . t I v -v..-.,w, -- . . , luwiaa-anirix: . rt ter.lialoc; Egs, 2tl5o, tUt. S.CUa2..;the Leg.sUture. ihe opiaios i u ny ., VllJ lb: ueani, li.o; J3oap wioc; vouef i-in mjo iw , u '1 at f' ! I I - 7k laSBsl MI UU UTBU IBIVCU PtafniB mm. vwboim -m rUCStl ABBITAt or tlBOtlUll l CITY GROCERY CTOa ITESfUT a. wrltri.ti". DuDwrCuO' tiuTfU't r'' " " J.,n mm, LmI o.. 'rfc KPKtTrCLLV nllrU, ltt aHaMlM Mlt J t urtnm.r...4 .11 m.y ... ;"",rt tho articles recently deposited there, is the olmir made in 1838, by order of tho Board of Commissioners of the Distnot of K.en sinston This chair forms in itself a museum of curiosities. Amonff the materials used in ind which is derived by tax from tha truclion wi, be found a porti0 of KaIa nnnnlrt. hut Almost ezclusive7 from 1 w" F a.ai f;. I a malioo-anv beam from a house ouilt in thn risinir trenerations. irre- 1496. near the present city of St. Pomin .. . . i i . . I . . . . . t n 1 1 epective ot creeu, is pervorieu o s.ar,u 0 for U3e 0t uurisiopner vjoiumuus and anti-republican uses; and that, while a This house wftg first one fuilt in Ame- particpation nj he useottnis mnu.s uenieu : Th(j cbair m to the schools oi au oilier uenoramuoii ui 1 r .i a. . i l . i!L- .. Af iMA 'I'tsantsjr Him fit Christians, it is, in effect, not denied to ino contains imguiuuw i u .vv ivonian UfttDOiio. i renn s cout;o 111 v "w w Thio oaiin nallliAnnra flrtMflrfi tf i& An tT !i . J Cla r!nlA rlvncil!rMti-.t. aTif 4nA act of injustice toward the contributors of K. ... Pennsylvania, and one of a this fund, as well as dangerous o u.o f . interests of the future ot the state; tney B.-i- . -. - - , cannot behove that euner me naiure oi mo amuu m w" . -- fund, or the interests of the State, will war- which served as a land-mark and guide, in rant Or justify the application of any por- iimes for (i,0se who were bound tion ot the acnooi money lo n.,. cJ fte gut0 noU80 then ont IVIWUi JO, muij vww 1 - j . j ' -l!- Z :n.J ..c liio (,mA Of town. religious 8CC11S pcriinvwu uow ... . :J:tl.. oil nthnr anpts Sntno Mnftion of tlia CltlO ieatinz from ought, of right, to enjoy the sarao privi- a chair onco the property of William Penn British Pcriodicul Literature. Leonard Scott & Co.. of New York, are now furnishing for the American reader, a reprint of the London Quarterly, the Ed inburg, tho North British, and tho West minister Reviews, Blackwood's Edinburg Magazine. These periodicals are republished in N. i . as soon as received, in a cheap neat form eo as to be accessible to tho general reader. 'We cannot too earnestly recom mend them to tho public, and especially to such as desire to post themselves in the pol- tius and literature ol Europe. The Edinburgh Review, is the expon ent of the Whig party in Great Britain; tho London Quarterly is the organ of he Torv nartv. uoon mora are conconiratea f I a 'the labor, tho talent and the learning of their respective partisans in England. Tho Westminister and Norh British, are rather devoted to Theolotrical liberalism, and Religious freedom, yet they are not exclusive. They occupy a very conspicu- ous place in the politicalPhilosphy of Great Britain, and aremado tho medium tnrougn which some of the most celebrated political reformers of that country communicate their tenets and dogmas to the puDiio. Blackwood is more devoted to literature, Scholastic learnintr, essays and poetry. No one who aspires to distinction in pon tics, religion or literature, should bo with out them. They cost only clO. lege. and a lock of the hair of the late Chief Jus' a further fact. . . . . . ; , ..1 ? - " r:.' V .tv, :,:,' t co Murshal, are also inseueu in uns cun that some of the public charitable mstitu- , , ...... - j t..mi e xr v.i,-o oua niece of furniture. . wons m ana near me KY oi iuim r ..... ... . i i- . i . i : I t.,1....4ii.ii TTnfl ia nnur Ann tf hrt also under the control oi me same nu-r- inuupouununi publican Influences, and that persons of m08t attractive spots in the Union to the Protestant faith, who are, from necessity, patr;ot ortne 8eck0r after the curious. compelled to take refuge in those insiiiu- , ; . tiona. are reouired to submit to the riaimeV Mubdkb of Wm. DasBAR. Mr. Dun of Papal authority. ' har. former Editor of the Mt. Vernon Ban Your petitioners belieyo that the entire flernnd Democratic candidatefor Congress spirit of our free institutions, though in no . Knox distriot at th8 ja8t eleotion, sense sectarian, is distinctly and unequivo- . . Wl, i... Thr. cally anti-Papal, from the very nature of was murdered at Ft. Wayne on last Thurs- the tac that tne rapacy is ann-repuoucan; uny ciuiiiug. 0 and tViA l.ttftr havino- (Iflflftrfiil itself ODenlv frAPt nhniit. Rcven o'clock in the evening hostile to the whole system of publio in- when tw0 men se upon him, to rob him' atruction as carried on in this and ith two blows with a stick of stove- YrA:.0r,r".. nrr" : wood, killed him. They secured what consequence that it cannot become a disin- money ho had.about forty dollars.but were terested dispenser of the fund, or a suita- speedily arrested when they confossed their Die ana impartial meirucior oi urn i mug ,jee(j ana were lodged in jail . ! - .1 .1. -t 1 . .Mil n n ..m. . 1 pe.tltioners believe further, that it is the ' W A fire broke out in Washington, on duty of legislation to protect the said school (ne i;n0 of the Cincinnati, Wilmington and fund against every covert, as well asagainst Z.M.Titie KwlroaJ. on Thursday the !8th very covert act of perversion jor abuse i.they destroyed property totheamodnt earnestly pray your honorable body to pass ' f r J . . an act: first, withholding the school of sixteen hundred dollars principally be- monev from all seotarian institutions: sec- lontrin to the corporation. "Lend an Ear, while I Speak." B'uhop O'Connor of Pittsburg says: PolirriMia lihprfv is nnlv nndureil till the opposite can DO estaDiisncu wun saieiy . .1 ..i. i: l.l t 10 lue .-aiuoiio wuriui The Bishop of St. Louis declares: ilmormn will soon be Catholic, and then raliffious liborty will cense to exist.' 0 w Such are tho sentiments which are open ly proclaimed in free America-not by men who have been wrongod, or who have suf fered nndar our institutions, but by those who have free access to all the advantages which the nation affords, and Whose lives. DronertV.-and rightof speech arc protoctcd a a " - by the yery government which they so bit terly and Wadtonly assault. The Bctvon. - Soma' weeks aero the Lexincrton Locomo- CJ live contained a lengthy hifalulin prospec tus of an JSattet paper. Xiast wooit it com plains of the hard times, and in agony of soul cries out "Help, friends, or we per- Uhl" '.' ' : . Comment unnecessary. Qury-Woflder if the said eastern paper would advertise the Locomotive's prospec tus for the same price? Don't "run off the track," friends ' Joseph Charless has been elected Presi dent of the Bank of Missouri, by the Leg islature of that State, ren and not Dermilted to participate in the I doings of the glorious Cth. This has "stir red" np his friends at homo and an indig- ng ha been called. Hot work is expected. Another Southern Commercial Conven tion was held recently in New Orleans, but itissaidto have been very near a total failure. There was a ilim attendance, and butlittlo interest manifested. Even South ern men are getting tired of the farces en acted at these annual gatherings of their impracticable hot-heads. '' The Pittsburg Denpatch understand that the liabilities of Gen. Larimer are a bout $390,000; of which ? 133,000 are the Pittsburgh and Connelsville.Railroad, and 820.000 to the Ohio and Pa. road. Abo that he has made an assignment in trust to his creditors.- ' A;- ' . - - Upon tho Legislature of Indiana this year, devolves the duty of dividing the Stato into benatonal and, .Representative districts, and we observe tiiat a committee has been appointed to the House, of one from each Congressional district of tho Stato to make ihe division, r The Durifving house, connected with the Chicago Gas Works exploded Saturday morning with a loud report. The roof completely demolished.. A person with a lighted candle entered the house and the escaped gas exploded. No person injur ed. One million of dollars have boen sunk to sustain tho London Daily Xeici. It was established nino years ago, and Dickens was its first editor. It was intended to break down the Timet by it, but the experi ment failed. Dickens did not remain iu it but a fw months. A new trial has been granted in tho cas' Green, convicted of the murder of his wife in Chicago. Tho ground of the new trial is stated to be a misapprehension on the part of the prisoner's Counsel of a ruling of tho court, where by competent evidence was cxuludod from the jury. A son of Mr. Hartnctr. of Maumoo City aire j 9 or 10 voars. met with a cruel death on Saturdav. Tho horsa h was ridin? V i O took fright and ran, dragging the boy half a mile by one of the stirrups. When the horse was stopped the little sufforer was dead. A coffee-roaster ,in New York, sued a man for 40 bairs of peat. The testimony developed tho fact that large quantities of peas, chicory, &&, wore used, and the mixture all sold for pure ground tcf- if. The famous Lancaster gun h a failure The novcr is enormous when the ball can A be made to hit the mark, but this cannot be dono oitner than one time out of six The expanse is to great too warrant this waste of raw material. The change of times in regard to monoy and labor during tho past year is exempli bed in the fact that a year ago strikes for higher wages were frcqucnt,and now many engaged in them aro begging for work, iu some instances for bread. Tho venerable A. Coquillard, the earli est white settler in Northern Indiana, was killed a few days ago by falling from a stick of timber. Ho was widely known and much respected. Rents in San Francisco hsve fallon 35 per cont., wages 40, and salaries 60 per cent., real estate is positively unsaleable- So writes an intelligent Californian to the National Intelligencer. It was stated that the total amount of shinning wrecked on the Lakes tho past season is nearly as follows: ateamers 7; pro- Dol ers 12: brigs 6: barques 4u. bomo 42 a w reported total wrecks. The British screw propeller Canada has been takon by the British government to convey troops to the Unmca. it win be some months before it will again tako its placo in the United stntes Tho Vestry of Trinity Cliurch, New York, has voted to Mrs. Wain wright, wid ow of tho late Provisional Bishop a pen sion of 2000 dollars a year.. Three hundred huts, esch of tho capac ity to hold 30 soldiers wore shipped from Southampton for tho Crimea, on the auih Decembcri About twenty tons df poultry are said to bo sent daily to tho New York markots on tho Camdon and Araboy Railroad, by farmors of West Jersey. A tri-weekly newspapor is to be publish ed at San Francisco, in Chinese and Eng lish. This will be the first Chinese paper, we believe, in tho United Statas. Tho New York Sun, once the larcrest penny daily in the world.has been cutdown by tho hard tiraes.until it looks yery much like suffering a total eclipse. A resolution has bacn offered in the Buf falo Common Council forbidding the man ufacture, sale, or use of campheno in that city PerrT. the reported forger at St. Louis, has returned to that city from tho east, and denies the report and demands an investi gntion Five vodhg children at Newton, t. I. - were suffocated In bed, owing to the fumes of Ignited charcoal which escaped from an open stove The genuine Mrs Partington, ia Benj; P fchillabef , of Boston. 11,1 Ri. a37c; Yiacgar, 1325e; Tobacco, 182 5c; liay. ,wai u.uu. laiiow ivj per on. flew Yarit Jlurkei. , , Niw Yobs, Jan, S3. Cot!on is firm. w'uli an nnwartl teaAenev: the na1i eom- -r j . prise 6000 bales nearly all to arrive, at 9c. . . t ni r. .. - J. : lor miauling, riour continues ouu; me Sales comprise 7000 brls. at previous pri ces. heat and corn arc without change with a mrtitiiraf !.mml . Pirlr ia in live demand, and higher; the sales reaeh 3 J00 brls at 1 2,37a 1 for old ram and 13,2513,37 for new prime, liver is un changed, Iird is firmer, with sales of 10C0 brli. elosing atBJalOJ. - Whisky w dull at 3G-. for - Ohio. Cof fee is dull with a declining tendency. - Or leans Sugnr has advanced to J, with sah-s at 5a5. Linseed Oil is firm at 81, and Lard do. C0a"5. Iron ia hrm at 25s3'J ur Scotch Pig. Tobacco is f rm. - - Monov is Virff nlentv and easier at 89 for short first claes naoer. Sterling ex change has advancod to 9 prem. ' Stocks arele firm and price irregular. Mo. sixes 91$; New Central, 82 J, Reading 761. buyer 60 days; Mich. Southern 85, and Erie, 46$. " Cattle market. Camouidob, Jan. 17. At Market 756 rvttta afvnnt 7'JO Rmitm; anl AS Stores consisting of Working Oxen, .Cow and n . t 1 Unives, leanings, two anu uiree years ,l I . Market Beef Extra, per cwt, first nualilv. 7.25a7.50: third , 4 quality fi.bom; oiuinary, o,zo; uiue per cwt, 5(S3a6; Tallow, 8,253,50; Pelts 75c to 100; Culf-Skins, 12c per lb. barreling uattie o,va to .ojper Voal f'alvea .1 f.n- & K S ). Siores Working Oxen. 92. 96. 104. no 19. iw ias in ?:m. fw nml Calves, 22, 24, 27 29, 30, to 64. Year lings, 11 to 15. Iwo years old, 1U to it Tl,r.n rnnra nl.l 3? 33. 40. 44. 48. Sli.an anil limha IS Villi &L marif PL Extra, 4,50, 6, 6, to 0; by lot, 2,25, 2 60, 2,7 j, 2, : a to 3,J. oniUO xUHO 111, iiuma unci nmirla Tlifl market is not (luito 80 quiet as last week; but sales all round are firm and steady at quotations. Tho Mon treal market is equally as firm as ours, which cuts off all Canada stock from this market There are about 40 head of Wes tern and 60 head of Eastern Cattle at Brighton. ' Eighty-nine cars came over the Fitch burg Railroad, and 57 over the Boston and Lowell Railroad, loaded with Uattle.bueep, Swine, Horses, and Fowls. KCMDUB FROM EACH STATE. Cattle. Sheen. ;il annrwMti. aniet all cavehn? as re gards either the justiro or validity of the law, ana forever nmn wuw wa nu heretofore declaimed againstit as unconsti tutional. Tha questions decided are said to be numerous, and to embrace almost every phase of the points at bsoe. IIoe3H roa Saib. We art auUtorised to say that an additional pair of Buggy Horses. Harness and Uuggv, will be offer ed for sale on the 2nd day of ihe salo ad- . an. ja'M t ' ,t ' ' revised by U.oinoru, on tne pmooi t arm. Tho Horses are 4 years old, liht bays. well krmsu and well matched. ( ana l'ulr,-.rt: .. . c 1, U..1....1. N. Orlnana tilFynip. f. n. rnip. f. -- - lMBd Tonsaaa awl r.HrllioU Cured CIotm, Knimrir.. Kara. Al.plM. VM' f "2 f?! Ial KoUa, I'r. lirur, miini,"""i,i' ..r , Buap, umim, 1 una, nacaeia, BaakMa.ata.,af . ' , , A Imloiol Cfcawlna ToU, aNrfjriitiMnf do. a4 1 riran: Wtwa aul Walkra Hartoa a rar at atorl rf!l(rtoa,Taja, aaJ jrMVT JJti Mayl, ISi. ii. a. um"'- Ia FaiifieU Ctr C" Urat Fo tttloa for rjrtitlon. Oaorf noffmaa ana Daiilol Uoffiaaa, Anl MatlS ft"" (!) Abram H.dtaa. rewt. AnrifiMTiL I)ATa On Mondav morn inir Ut Mr. John Louulis. in Addison I lAWn.Kin ' f..ll frrtm i.1lA KftT'lnft ftf lllfl llim i 1 ' .t. - una struck upon an empty narrei of tow, from tlie effects of which he died on Tues day inoniing. Qallipdil Jour. , Mr. Vanderbilt, of New-York, has of- fura-fl ts nitt Aft Vina rif ft'amArfi fntm Ntisf-York to Liveqwolv tlmt shall be fully equal to too vollms line, and wiU depan from each port once in two Weeks, thus forming with tits present steamers, a week. ly line to Europe. He ask the govern ment to pay hira flG.OOO" per trip, for carrying the mail, dec," being t40OO Utt than (he British government pays the Can ard line. - "- - The Missouri Repulllcan says that State was not represented ia the late Commercial Convention at New Orleans. Tbo com merce of the great Western Emporium is with the ftorlhern falates much mora than with the South. NEW ADVBaTISEMEMTfv Hadfrfa, iolia Cfnnany, Raaal,Kllsamui nonie;, " "" TV" . " Neaka. ChirM Maaka, Jart Mm aad Kabace H 7,and William Henry Krtrk, Joha lanb Krlek and Karak Kllaaarth P.rtcll. (Minora.) . rTIIIKatM,-! narnad Dfaannu wllltnka Koiiro.tnas 1 I .pi lb SOti Ami ol IM-ml.r. A. I). IM4, la aal4 ur.i..ir. Ai.il . I4.iiiinl. i it, C.onr ofCmmnflm rlaa lo Fjlrflal'l Canlj, Oliln, ora Uia aama la ao A nartnftliefniln''"' f rm so. li, "" .lilpSo. M.l N 9.--rliii.lir al tu '"- . . .... , .1 A 1. . I . .i. ni . . 1,1 K.IICll 8uaiKrtr i JulJ "Mr r . . , iiMkMiA a auna, !..-. Eaalb; Ud, of KnorU ai.snjlr pare ay Xo a rtone; tlwixa Sort bj lawla of Im Onu-n M penhn mi Hon, ihrra W. b Un.lt of Knack llpanlerH perrbaa to Ilia ploca of UoflnBlliC, 90ty And Iha Kaihlf of tin EaM lutf of etlnn Ho. 4, tv.mmulpltif If AfMti . Taaaaid PlalaUP oHtana w panm-in w. r- f.. ..1.1 Pl.lmlir. nitfa Hut. miaaa. ""- S'"T . u itaCidat. man aad lianie, - . - Sarta Hadao. Rarth Cormany, KliraKalhl llonM-1, H- ...ni: Ii . f .nil 1 ' n . i lm If AAKOJ eak ona-nlnth part, and to ald l)efi.dnt Wllllan. . ..i i u -i Hii li.Mk Irll .nana naitisnei,jiwuw'Mi - - ; . . . . . .l - .1 ... .U ..ii I n mm in in. Krleh ona-lwentY-Moiiili part t?ach, and to aald Asa Maria llomnaniowt-r in- ; . . .. .. i J ..mt U.llll.n.M will Ml.. Attn mnxx vsrm i -n.M . . " n annllratlon for an order taal t,rt'li"" mafla Icof tald pranlto. . BAnBB dr ho. DacaaUrtS, HiM-rwi4t.f0.i' . Kotice of Assignmeat. C-l'EOKGB W. WILI.niTEa-l,rnd all kl ar1la W la tba ndarlTid fnr tha aqnal Wn)lt of Hl crrdltor. leembiir!a. IM. Peranna Indebted will make payment to the anderilrn-d, and tkaaa nalni claiaia aininattbaaaJdCeorira W. Wllllilia, will fid the euie with prnpar Toaeher-: . ' Pcc.W,li-3a JOHS LT03S,AMI(HU Eatato ml James A. AVntX. mjOTlCE U hereby giren that the inkaetiber has ij baea ap,oinlad and qualilcd se adialmetratof on tbs Eiuia of Jamee A. Alfred, law of Pairtlald eoantjr, ni.li. n.M.H U A V Ul.l. Aili.'lnr Janaarjr tti.less w38 oPpic Mains New Hampshire 188 1,015 Vermont 870 1,619 Massachusetts 114 625 - New York . 80 37 Canada Total 760 3,396 Eour-fifihsofall the Cattle at the two GREAT RaLE OF nriHE Ho4krnc Vallajr Bank will offdr at public tala. at tint ioart iir.au in tha i:itv of lanraatirr n Hatnrilar the 171k dar of Febraarra S5, ian ACRES OF GOCB WELL I3PUft0 faalllS LUES, ljinf ua mile Sorthwcet of Lanaater,baln tha tame Lauda latelf owned by Uarina Tallad(e. tin laids wiu. as errraaa in raacnui a poLLOWa: iiaarT an ACRES. W'.tir Horth of the Canal, Sotrtb of the Colamboi Road, " i. . ... .... !"L. I. d . I lMkill -il VnmLmr laod, with a Uvettins Uauae and Bare thereon. - e.BOLT BO ACBES. on tba South aide of tha Canst, of Prairie paatnre.wlth tk. ...il.M.f. I Ann fmn. ika fAlUDibtU Kdtd and Bridfre aeroea Ihe Land. 1-1B1II T IRfl 1CEEI, n tbe Wert aide of tba Canal, half of H rod An Cork I a,IU, IWUC. Bl" I"."'" mmtmt, . liouaa thereon. i.ia.irT 99a AfTSCEB OF LAID. lnclndint aU the la.nda pertalnlncto a14 entire Farm, A VI MS Vi CUD ifinH. s. avv p -mnv m A. lau.l Tl.in -r-a la. n WILLI A M Ci fcOtnEB. Attorner and Conaaellof limw aad Kotarv rublit rII.r.pfonpt,r,,, ""eat entraeta tnkiarare. ColleeOona prampUy attended a botna HL'i,h Sfnrtin At n.hleleb. Altarnava. Laneaalar. DeeeuilH-r21,lt5 3J .. DLANK BOK BJiPilifACTOBV AUB Book Biaderv, Laacaatsr, Ohio. , BOOrlsroTt oanij OintM,Juvtca Blanka. keta. Doable and Blnrl Knlrj Lerirera, Jonntale, ta- BKik.. die.. . Alan, Book Binding of ararr deocrlptlok, dona in a noat aallafaaterf T. . I. ......n.n.l..n. All orori,PT mroifm-rs C3 Q fiaaaSEJwiae, pronititW attandaJto. . . n. i, i 1 A .1 1 1. - 1. 1 uraeraTor diouiuc can m ii. . t - , i ihn mnd.rr.nn Main Ktreet. In tha room fdrrner- f oeenplrd bj f ol. P. Van Tramp, aa a Law OBea, and aearu oppoeue v?. niraiaar a ruiiu,n . December U, lr4 32 . . . Attacbrrteat Nvt.ee John Aibbauirb, PUlntiS; i ..... . .faiii.l, , I Attaabmitih Andrdw l)t Graff. Defendant, rtiHE Defendant will ukd hdllre that at m insubeaa I on Da-ember II. l?M.orterefetihnelwa4 - Utued bT O. Hleinman, Baq., afal-jt him for Ihe Ihnk of SU 13100 J0HS ASHBAUOtt. December SI, 1854 Sw33 - Attachment Notice Samuel WWIener, malnlllT. . . arm ... f as a whole excellent. araini . Andrew Da Graff, Defendant, Shed, and otberMeeeury .at bklMiara Sna ardor , JJ- "bj o" sVteman7Eii.,lnH him Tor the fUa. .ppl,toth..noa.rlb.r.,.N.B.?. - I li3.3S lermeone-uiira on we iraoi pni nan. ,m p-w- i -- - - -, a ri. iw.in-g n.0d,vB-r,, ...wb., The 5-' Sirrvo Tli nnmtiAF nf ITnrrs received from Ohio hy the Erie Road last week was 8,Jo3, WhlCIl IS X,iu less tuau tue wuea linf.irn Tlilaia tinrlnnlilnJlp nwinrr to the UV WkJ-. . .1 1 . - .i"" j ... q breaking up of the railroad on the isthmus ofltogucs Harbor. 1 ne consequence naa honn a risn. ni nrwv! sales nave Deen euecieu at C.50 for tucli qualities as would have sold Dc lore lor U.XO. ror insiance, aej -. n.nu;ii l- cnl.l a. rlrove at the too C' ... , - , n . 1-1 1 l. lire, that only averagca ziu, wcigns anrl worn not all warranted corn-fed. Dr. Dormer reports the following sales at his yard: Mr. I'arcks, 200 Ohio corn- . . "aa -a e . r -1 red, small, btc, live weigni; air. oarnaru, 1 R7 fliio .QtatA rnrn-fail. file lire wcii'ht: Xf- Pn.rrlrs. 1 (10 Ohio corn-fed. larire. Gic. .. --. - nf- a - j a . W T e - nr ll ' Ol... dead weight; J.ie wis, ioo mis oiam.cura fori 7.. doAil WPlirht. ..... . -:p - -- He eives tho following as the retail prices this week: Ohio corn-fed and hard, 5X 5?c, live woight; this State corn-fed 5 Ja 5.te. live weight; still-fed, 4I5e., live weight; Ohio corn lea ana nara, ojaDo., AaaA wairrlit- tllik Rlatil MTn-fpA. 6a7c. dead weight; still-fed, Ca61e., dead weight Ubio mast same as suu-ieu. Wool market. Vhw YniiK. Jan. 22. 1C35. WnflT ThA inaolivitv and dullness whioh has charactorixed our market for do- n.A.liA ,.i. enTYl n limn nrut. still continues. uiv-i.iv., - j . ------- .- manufacturers purchasing only for their immediate requirements, anticipating a r...,i... Jnntm. iint wi lit atnnrl I n rr nrirea the present season are 1318Ci lower than F I I 1 11.. .Irint. -. last year, uesiues a mucn oiuaaor Rnlfln in (inolh Fleece, in lots. at J5a37c, as to quality, foreign is maun heavy we learn of no 6alcs. A mnrionn Sm. Fl Ih 4245 Do. Full Blood Merino 3(ffl40 Do. and Merino 34fe3u Do. Native and qr. do 2830 . a-a a n n Sup. Pulled Country sa,jo Do. 1. Pulled Country 28ife3j Extra do . 4U42 Peruvian Washed S2i Valparaiso, Unwashed 13(g) 14 So. Am., Com. Washed 13 1 4 So. Am. EntreEios . '16 17 Sonth Am. Unwashed 8 9 South Am. Cordova 028 East India, Washed 2628 African, Univashod : 918 African, Washed iucsu Smvrna. Unwashed 1314 Smyrna, Washed 2426 - 0. n. i 4 ' I Metican, Unwashed .' ioii' aenion will be siren, hahweo la l0 e'jeal annual Jl an.2j,ltia Jd r -r- : t , r..t.t4 . inanition nonce. ....-.n, Jaenb Wctcr. PaUr Wearer, Adam Weatif, Daniel mHB JJtl. , Wearer, Solomaa Wearer, Anna Wearer. Krailf I 'Jf'iYf' i.. . ' s...i p u-...... rwM Waarar. ianued bT O. hulhmah. Kaq.. arln him lot ma mm. (April I i la twi H. A. DACGHERtY.CatMer. AttachmeBt 9otlew lianrj Bower., PlalnUlf, . 1 . f;.rtr. Jl.n'd Kallr. Hit wife. Gere-e Faltl and Catharine hie wlfeiylraatar S. bhepard and ChrieU na his wife, Georra Pope and Fran el t hie wlfa, Jo . k n T..h;..h. nnit ata wlfa. Baalamta AV. B...n..n nnJ ii.min hi. wife. K.m.,1 CV knd Kiir.h.-lti hiawlfe. Henrr Mien aad Maria At. ht wife and Mary Wearer, widow, iBTH.L take noUea that on UieSSnd Amy of Jannary, I a. .11.. 1 1. U' .-J lun.Ht Wnn.n. kind a FellUon anlnat them In the nflek of tho Clark of Ihe .. . .. . . . ... " 1" k I coon ui Liommon ricaa 01 rairaaiw xsnmin.j, wwo. praline partition kf the aat half of .Sertloe Ha. S, Toanahin No. 15. and Rana-e Ho. 18. Ik Falrield eoun In nn iecamwTTr 1 . iu. . . . 11 w.w. w. 1- . iMued br O. Stkihmah, Kaq., ara'oat him fntUii ion. dfairdOS. . . HE2IKT BOW BBU. UeeemaerSl, 1BS4 wn . ... -- .; . . Attachment Notice. . Wealey Moody. PIHT, . Aodrew Be Graff, Derendaakt mHE Defendant will uka notice that at my Inelanoe. I an order of attarhmeat waa this day Iwued afalnaf . hfln by G. Sieinman. Eeq., for thasam oft W. PATOTICE la hereby fien. that the onderrlfrnel M SA1 .... ., . it.il. .n..i!!i!.H and naallflad aa A0V IT, ixcepl icre, Ol ue Bvntn nu in.iwm n7wiv a . . c 1 11- deciiaaw .' V...!: a 1 ..1-1 ora ..nn. .ml ih.i minlatratnr of the Estate of 1Hiel w itTaaa. ueeoaw- to Hulomon Spanrler, conuitilnj S7 j aerae. ana mat m"'n'''.. r'' ,.Z " i,rnna knowlriaT atth. nest rZft Uld CnrtT appUoulon will ,ba W". maoo oy aam remioner. ,or . I--- I .- .. ,.rfi.,. a,rfa,,t. and nertona harl DK.inDft OL BU.li AU JO WW -WHUUWin. January 2J, 1654 J VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. . rr . iMaM avald att Briratta atile. t will olfar at public anient the door of the ConrtHouae IS TUB CITY OF LASUAbTlSK, Oa Saturday, Fcbmarj 3, 1355, at 1 o'clock P. M.. Uia follwlnt raluablo trmeu of Sa. ImIM ACBEI OF I.ASIB Itaate one mile aatoflneaater, belntall that part ... i. ii u . J .... rif Ilia Mill Koad. OI Win vva raiiu aw ,' i ' 1. 1 . i. a ... , ii,. l'n ! 1 fl. f lUIUl ,UH ova. 11 ai.ru. n-w .... Thlf. Tistet eskkntcwa awmwiS 100 Acrea la a high elate et cnluratlon asa 1R(11;T 10 1CEII IF TllDiBLB TUBER, and Coras on of tha Meet and moat prod-eUT farms i-ii -i.. Tti.ni ..a na it a awtotf. Farm- Honae. Bam and other liriprdrementa, render! nf lis edmfort abla and aoaraniaiit raaidenca. MO. t.SO ACKaES. hinr directly WeM of the abora aad taMl-wla 4r lataaaater. ABOUT OHE-HALF OFTHISTKACT18 CLEARED and tha balance Is covered with a RFAirrrnJL GROWTH OP TIMBER. The timbered nart la a -eaU MwratleB franUnc o- werae I uiemaeirea imiwiiwM ... - 1 - to make Immediate pajnfent, and pereona harlni. . . . l ii . . i . 111 . . . . 1 ,hnm riula aa elairaa agama. aaia uMavw wiiipi.hi . - thonticaud within one year. .h ,i. Deo. 14. IBM 4w3J iOHS C. WALTBB3. Adnu Atlarkrn-nt Noiier. A T my Instance an atlieWmeM was this da? teas J by A. L. HimmonS. a Jarticeoflhe Peaea of Llbei ty lown;blp. Fairflotd .nnly.Obio,airalnet the! ind Twauty-lhn U. G. BLACK: 1.1 ; Am and cballefaof Cbriitlan Jaime, an abxrondlnf debtorj for ihe anm of Nineteen Dollars and Twoiily-thre tenuand coats of iitiiauit. January ,1BS-3WJ Estats of Gideoa tltoemsvkr. 11. I. m ,(-'.-. .... laneaalar.aiid BreawnUnc a . rknir laeaiticiB for a Coosttrr Braid a aec. while tha whole affords ail wa rnn.-i.i. r nuryioae. Itnaaoaun louaui u.. ... . , - f chard, and Is wall feneeB. I SO. 3. This Tract Is known as the Rlhg)-to(. H embrace, ABOUT SO ACaSEa OP CtOOD AjAJID. It has on It one or the Best Quarries of Building Stone nmisijiiiLr.ii which lies Immediately jn tha Rail Bond that MSaea through the tract. The tract iawell watered, and there if on ttasinaii nut eoraionamo rweiuaaw TAt OTICE la herebr plren that 1 hare thle day apuoluled and July qumllflnd aa Admlnlatrator an thd Etate'of Giotnn Snosaaaaa, daceaaed, lata af Falrflcld connl, Ohio. iee.zi,is iwm ai i m j..!.. Estate of .Jonathan BartkolomesV TB.TOT1CE Is heretiT (riren mat i nara una j , v Si, .... i J .. I ...11... .. . A in l.l r. 111. OB i. w anpoiuira iuii uuij 1411.1 1 ui"i n -j-- Uia Eatate of JcriTBi Baiiiowaiaw,iieeeaaed, UWa of Fairdeld eonntr, Ohio. A. L. Bl.w jiuiib, nam December 19, 1654 Sw3J . NOTICE TO SIliPPEHS. X WILL eiiiitract With r'aetCrs sad-JrtTTra- A I Shipper, for the trananorttoa at Ci'iSS ISi kind, of Preiahu. from Uaeaalar. Clrclerille and Chllllcothe to and from Clncihnatt M Ohio Canal and Ohio Hirer, i win au. rT- te real of Shippers to send their freight bf wio-le, G. C HKAFW Agent for BclUX So. St 1 Dec.il, lM4w B i.avmenuwllh tnteren: ... . . , tho abora tracts will he sold at any time at ptt-ata a le,andlf.oteodUipoaed of, ertU "JL"'11 flA' aaleatthelinterlkiaed. WILLIAM LATTA. aath Laneasler, Jahnaryll,lSSS ias JL. privi For Rent, FTS.HE BRICK DWELLING HOUSE OS I Beecher'i corner, includin Lot and Fta- ff.irl bio, will be for rent from the Ural of nest April lr Tor ono year, iih luiwiiua.ivi. ... . "l-i" Lancaster, January 11, wsy-w8S HOTICE. md the atoek . .i i ii i. n I J UnilCU 11 J l-I.AllHllll.il V I . 1 1 . H U'll'l v.mi. auk of the publio a liberal ahara of their patron- 1 1 k nkllMtlnn. fn. fniall f. V nr. Ka. slowed upon the old Ann, the new one preeenta many il auracuona, ana oen a ouniiuiiaiirv m ia 11-11 111 ft. 11 1 . w, XT AVISO pnrchsaod the atoek of Groceries former- IT owneu or maximiiiiai, ft,iaiii,i wuuiu n3.nrr . , . .. . . i . ' i. ii. . 111. I l. .r il..l ...i ..... I ui it an additional rnra Jan. 18, 185ft-37i NOTICE. , I. l fl I.UUWIIIK UIOlMtniMDW limvwrvM . , -' m a D. ...a.- A as ndia adhit . MIODI JOR ATM A !f "1 Mi;i.uan, boroby ootifled to make iminaaiftt p-ymviift, or their account, will bo placo-1 in tho h.ndt of tho proper of- neere tor eouociioDa m bwh au wwui deeoased n be found at tho Prutf Stora of tho nndor- B I nl J n. J.Lt Mm JaaTlS, 1SS7. A. lv BIMM0KS, Ada. on itaemaii nui TOinmrwui. mo.i.nn r i. .lkl.il lkl.wl.aaMII.lll lermioi wio,wnii-iii.i ... i-- - -rm. m a nrll naaLand Uia kalanea In twa equal annual THE GREAT HAT AND CA STOKE. tOTlt WHOLESALE JUTD AETMlu. DORFRT PIILblNQ . C'JII-B wataaa -T.'- T r"iTaTiraovsBeTTi., ":-l.i.i.t J Jrarlety of ahapes, aprta and r0'1 a In of tha late Sprlna Styla MOUB-hlim HAT, XsuriSnwd l olio for darablllty and inaaa Alao, Teanf Bii aamaw ' Summer HaU,eonttUM of PAHAMAJ Pedal and China Haamwrs Braid LBGHOKIi and MANILA; ?alm Loaf, Koasnth Hale, both Fur and MTaol; Fine Otter and wnite onarwr, Tha latoat Snrlna Style Caaalaera Hala; . All wuof l5oT5Chlldrf.ms FssctHsIi, BOTH FOR, WOOL AND STRAWj ii .r.kiii will ka aold on tha moat toasoaable term., low than erei ' bfore. - . H. B. uouniry nerciipiu, w.,. , FIELDING. rnisri.I. bas Just received 4t Jfes BOOK 9TOR6 .V. .ll.rln, ' Bwan'a Trestles, price 3i . Bwsh's Manuel, tLnV Laueaator, Xoreui&sr 83, lto4 9 " LAW NOTICE. ' ALFKED WlUIABSi arroasst aria' cocssii-ioa t uw, trrrthV ai MTlLtpractlfcslnthe Courts of Falrflold and ad of H.HHUhler,Bo. may 13, 1844. Va.ln.able) Farm for Bala. FARM containing SU Aerea, on lTWwaler ofClearoreek.lt Marilaon towi,i, known ..... .i i, .HI. mm .vmll.nla-IM 'nrlTltere.wlll be aold by tha Bndersiinad, at P-.tel.. J-2 'FXKlGB.i.. d,eM. ' jUCH-rt at BUW a f ww . r " - TO FARMERS WKfANTED Immediately aooobuihels of fcORK t ' W the ear, for wnicn eaan win w paiu vn nnnw; . . ...... 11...1 .Ilk. n W A Z Rail Hoad IHSU I w w the ear, lor w ni oau w n. la and NewTork, I uje LancaUer Depot of the C. W ALFRED WATTS. Morrow, Ohio. Jan. 4, lPSSJ-Mit Tf-T-Mr. Mtlnec freight Agent tfill recetre aid aw for the Corn. ... " ' H, H. UOUnirj Ii iii.iii. ... - J ' n .x,,n.n.n. my .lock be of. purchin. elaewbere "BEMOVAiLi. nn. WarFKTTAI.S. ASremoTed hlaafflea t ia'iew"-; Ztft M leaaMr, tha Cwurt Bones, oprmalta tha Ohio Bale one. October t Hsaa s . f; c. iet2 ' BBBPECTrntLLTin.ormathael-' i'fW?5L' I V, sen, of Falrllijld county that he has aLf3Sceollyput np anew Carriaaw hop, m9:fGrjr. immmdi,i,l, in tt rar tf Wkittlf Laraa1 Hardware ar, Casrre Jilt, LmeMtr va,, wnerw he will eon-tantly keep on hand end manufacture W ordereToryrariotyofrekicieiBnieiiiie. . Tr-sH.iiiairindona ob short aotico, and tba aoas farorable terma. Dt" ,e" . THE VAST HOTICE. -' ' n A VINO been out of bualnesawoworersli metitkn andatilllnd many ofmy old enatomera Indebted . to me by nolo and on book aeaoonl, sl.wfrrre, belt harebr known, that 1 can wait BO lm.(tr for that whk toluetry dae me, aad all elalma aowduo mtf.whteh may DUeedl baqda of proper elBeara for aoU-"-v POei.W,lf4-e- , J'