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O U - A T LAW, oili.-jo.i.i.oii-l """ I 1 ' t' !J l'l"«' V,'. ,1O3S?»S''»?i ' A N f ) O 'n - In l L A W -' t'H.VMl.VA A 1 Klyrin, hutir.uico .l M,»tor ^' 'l" ] r "'"t''". v ·E *'9 NO. 16. C L O T H I N G , C. Union Ololliinff Hall j. r. M S l I A V l X t ! r . M l ' O U H ' M p l l A l t t . K S St'lTX.K.S'lUvttC, M r . K l ' l l A X ' I \J I'AII.Oi:, h.i J.iu ivooivc,! Innn Ihn H n l i i n Mar A New Supply Pall and Winter Goods, IMwVDY-JlA UK CUVniKX'Cl, Gl'.STS 1'URXI.SHIXO (iOOIlS, H,\T.-', C'Al'si, TUU.NKS,!,. iM R t til' 1 1*1*1' t r . u l i e u l n r u t t c n t U m I \ V A M 1 l . N u i ' O N M i n i :-»'.'l ml «·"· · (HIS KP.' I.I N O , MERCHANT TAILORING 1 I 1 H T U K I C A L . J,i'(tir from I',.v-ijuvurnur rilvoivl S t a r d o y , 1 | " in.' u I. w h ^ l i 1 un lo : uii!o.. i.i th« i mi. B ' . R M I V I ' I A M . JI. A. .··flAl'T, -,-,, ,v - - ll.-fl 111- : n r'!i'vi'. '·'"': "l- cox.'i.ii) ;; I". I U .1 F.I.V :\\ S r.K.r. SOAP P O W D E R . Tiro iJosl Thins; Out For :il, ;; r. ', t. !.' Tie/or. SOAP POWDEKS, ^.I'hc yonernblo o x - G o v o r n o r M'odccni H n r l l e y , of Mausllold, Ohio, now in bia 78th year, has senl Iho f o l l o w i n g comm u n i c a t i o n to thu Western .Reserve H i s t o r i c a l Society of Cleveland, of winch Society he .was voccnlly chosen an honorable member. M A K S I M n u , Nov. IS, 1800. To the It'cficni Jt'atci'i'c Ilistwioal /b'o- cietn ' A residence of over h a l f a c e n t u r y in N o r i h c r n Ohio, has given mo o p p o r t u n i t i e s of w i t n e s s i n g and p a r t i c i p a t i n g in the e a r l y h i s t o r y of this s e c t i o n of tbo S ate, and in m a r k i n g i t s rapid pro- gross and advance d u r i n g t h a t period of t i m e . The early settlers wero p a t i e n t but on- lorpris.ing. They of course labored u n der m a n y I rial s a n d disadvantages w h i c h are not i n c i d e n t lo e a r l y s e t t l e m e n t s of Suites nnd Territories nt I h u p rose u I day, beeaiisii t h e i n t e r c o m m u n i c a t i o n n o w a - d a y s is g r e a t l y f a c i l i t a t e d by steam on railroad;!, navigable rivers and c a n a l s ; and lliel«.Mic.!it of c i v i l i s a t i o n , e d u c a t i o n , science and arts, nro more r a p i d l y Carried of l a t e yours i n t o now Torriloriek t h i i u in former years, For m a n y yearn roads were, a m a i l e r of serious w a u l , w h i c h subjected l l i e g r o w i n g p o p u l a t i o n lo serious diseom- fori.s. The c o m m u n i c a t i o n s w i t h a v a i l n b l u m a r k e t s wero c u r r i e d o n l y u i l h leanis, over mnd roads nnd at d i s t a n t p o i n t s . l'p lo 1S21! a fow i n c i p i e n t harbors had been 'ipeliod along Iho s o u t h e r n shore of L u k e Krie, and 10 Ihose p o i n t s our funnel's a n d m e r c h a n l s w i t h i n 'i ra- d i u s of 75 lo 1UO miles) i n t e r i o r (us fur h o n t h a-, I h e N a t i o n a l T u r n p i k e I t o n d ) bud to I r a n - p o r t t h e i r produce for sale b y watrmis, a n d b r i n g r c i u r u w a g o n l o a d s of goods and mevebiindisc. T!ii long wagon t r a i i s p o r l a l i o n grcally tlc- ercaed I'M) home v a l u e of t h o i r jiro- dm'i», a n d increased l l i o p r i o e o f a i l i e l e s o f m e n - l n i n d i y e a n d c o n s u m p t i o n . \ V h c i l , w h i i ' l i would sell at a p o r t on Lnkf K v i c at b'O to 70 c e n t s a b u s h e l , would generally cost '.'fi to ISO c e n t s per Inishcl to trun-p'orl il by wagons to l l i . i l ', D o n t i s t r v in all i t s brunches, ,r.l l« llivnw.l I ,'i-o tl.i- ^ l U ' V . M l h I:L'|.I:K.I. i,\'.,. 3 Kl/. Il'Mk. · · Il.vr.U.o. P L A Y I N G , CIO. J1HBS A, TITJ2," ll'::in \l Electro, Sold and Siher Plater,I ,x " \ Y " A sili:s. r.lJ'ACUKS ||,f i l j . K . n i t l i A N U C L U A N S C S and havo combined' lo H l i m u l n l o and a n g i n o n l I h e p o p u l n l l o n , Iho t h r i l l , llie c n i u r p r i s u i t n d p o w e r of N o r t h e r n Ohio, nnd of o n r S l n l o at largo, ' Those vail railroad i m p r o v c m o n l s , t o g e t h e r will! Iho power of o l c e t r i c i l y brought u p o n Iho telegraph wires, Inv'o served a l m o s t to a n n i l i i l n l o space a n d distance., and strike tho m i n d w i l h w o n d e r and iistonislimont when we conlr.isl, t h u present s l n t n s of onr hoau- ill'nl c o u n t r y w i l h w h a t it was h a l f a c e n t u r y ago. Then, by slow conveyance over bud roadn, or by t a r d y canal, it required weeks to mako a j o u r n e y ol a fow h u n d r e d milos, or oven lo w'rilo to and receive an answer from d i s l n n l parties by m a i l , jVoic nn excursion of three or i'onr thousand m i l e s by r a i l is Iho w o r k ol a very fow d a y s ; and by t e l e g r a p h wo c a n c o m m u n i c a t e w i t h f r i o n t l s four t h o u s a n d miles a s u n d e r in a few m i n u t e s , t h r o u g h Iho botlom of tho oi can, H a d (ho h i s t o r y of t h i s c o u n t r y been a n t i c i p a t e d b u v o n l y years ago, and l l i o pen of prophecy had been reciled lo Iho people of Knropo w h a t w o u l d occur, as it has occurred, in Ihcso improvement. 1 !, t h e y w o u l d have regarded it as fa bilious. lOvcn now, w h e n it is soon by lhc oyos of men, it bears llie charm of ro- iii.ince. Our jjonnlry is b e a u t i f u l t ll is beau- t i f u l by m o u n t a i n s and valleys, by noble lakes and navigable rivers, w h i c h surpass all o t h e r s in liio world. N a t u r e has indeed done m u c h for ns, and u n d e r our C o n s l i l n l l o n , hinco 1787, we have r - o w n a n d d e v e l o p e d from t h i r t e e n l e c b l c SLUM nnd t h r e e m i l l i o n s of pop u l a t i o n t o i h i r t y - s i x Stales a n d eight large t e r r i t o r i e s , w i t h a p o p u l a t i o n of I'orly m i l l i o n s . Who can predict our d e s t i n y ns a na- t i o n u n d e r a wise and fostering gov- e r n m e n t 'i Our domain is immense in e x t e n t , It i , ( b o u g h t lo bo capable of s u p p o r t i n g l i v e h u n d r e d m i l l i o n s o f h u m a n p o p u l a - t i o n , a n d at lhc same l i m e 1'urni.sli large .supplies to foreign c o u n t r i e s , w h i c h is more l i m n n n y o t h c r n a t i o n o n the e a r t h cnn boast of. China c l a i m s a p o p u l a t i o n of :!()." m i l l i o n s , b u t I h c i r mode of l a k in,; tho census is very i m p e r f e c t , and il i s very d o u b t f u l w h e t h e r C h i n a c o n t a i n s 300 mi!liin.- of i n h a b i t a n t s . A Lite K n g l i s h w r i t e r , g i v i n g (lie present bliiio of Kurope, i n f o r m s U s t h i l l every M|u.iro mill) ol K u r o p o s u p p o r l s t h r e e b u n Ired a n d l u e n i y p«nons. Tho p o p u l a t i o n of Kraneti and Prussia is in a b o u t l l i o same, r a l i o ; but in I'.'ii-l J A M I ' l l Iv. KI'.\VCOMi:it, fl©- A b i l l bus been Introduced in l l i o Slnlo Senate, by the l i o n . A, 10. JUN'.VIIII, of Crawford c o n n l y , lo repeal (he eight per com. inlercsl law. .)I:N- Nr.ii i i r i g h t , b u t Iho b i l l won't pass. K'-jy Tho law pnsl lust w i n t e r , k n o w n as lhc steam b o i l e r i n s p e c t i o n law, ban been repealed by lhc present I c g i o l n l u r c . That law was iho last one past by the f o r m r r lejrisliiliiro, and its rc|)cal was l l i R lirat law passed by t h e p r e ^ n l general a sembly. ·}"· Thu I'reslilenl bus ntimimitcd 11. H. Ki.Mos's,nf Delroil, for ( ' i r i s n i f Judjcc of ibis d i s t r i c t , viec i f i i d ^ n W I T I I K Y , de- c l i n e d , J l r IC.MMONS U 11 i i r o m i n e i i t l a w y e r of Ilic, Wesl, and i?, we l e a r n , | H i pre.sonl t h e A l t o r n o y of Iho Lake Slore and Michigan S i x i t h e r n lto:id. Ufa)" l/.ist 'I'nosiluy l l n i Slate Senate of O h i o elected u 1'resident i»~o lumpura. The K e p n b l i c a n ciincii'i n o m i n a t e d Mr. WOODWOIITII, w l i l l u l l i ' i u i i : i , i , wired h i m s e l f i n t o a n o i i i i n a i i o n at the h a n d s of Democrats. The H a m i l t o n lonn'.y Seivitors voled I ' o r l h ' N T , On t h e s u v c n l h b a l l o t (he liepnblieiui'; cast t h e i r voles for Ih.'.vr t h c r o h y eleclin^ him. 1H3" Tho I l i i ' n i l l o n (O.) T:le(/-i/ili, a leading paper In SI'IM:X'K'» Con-rre*- ,ort, l e a v i n g bill 2,") to-JO con Is per bush- 1 ,., uull ,,, s 01U .|, ,,,,,,,,.,. mUi ^,,,,,01-1^ livo el ns Hie home value o. i t . I l i n n d r e d a n d f i l l y p e r u o n - . -- w h i c h (at h u n d r e d ami f o r t y acres l o t h e Hals \ \ e f a n r c m c m u e r l l i c i i n i c w n o n nei- sk | n l l l ( l | . c ( l , llul , 0 ,. ly ,, c ,. os (( , t |, c c h a n d i s c wax r e g u l a r y wagoned Irom ,,,,,,;,,.,, m i|,,) .shows I h u i each i n d i v i d n i ; a l i i m u r c i i n d r i i i l n d c l p h i a o v o r l h o A I ! l ( 1 l j s Sllll , )01 .|,, ( i | ly o n o n c r e a n d a frac- leiiiinymonnlains, in r e n n a y l v i i n n i , by ; ( j o u () j. ,,.,. oinil | t ''|-| K .n; n " r i c t i l l u r c is ix niiil e i g h t hor-i! ( c n n i s , at n ciisl lo | l i ( U ,, u [; c!U . c ,. I 0 i,e,.f 0 ciion M i n n in a n y nn ill I'd by my oilier \ V A S M I N ' C ; PKIU'AltATTOX. I I M O U " 1'irllci'ir ii'i KI.VKIA, 0. i TBS II'X IH" IK "I III tl-,' H l l l k i l l « I ·mill. IMII l u .in u i i l l . i i r j in uf UK I:At,l'VVlS I. M ' I I X N K I . S O X . u «'l i . l,r . In n.MUIon I.i Iho nlroro, I h u m at 'Machine hop .j.i. wliUh c'l.il.lfi me t .!·) u?M'ly nil kln.li n M . V . C K 1 X B I l K I ' A i r t l X U . l'. ;.n n »g'301IJ:cf|, ,:,.! u o r s j : j[J ;rl J ull ;'. 1r , TKi K l v r l a , (V. J i n , f, W7il. ' IIKI.I., l l h r l i i . lllilo, L'nltnl Slato U M N I T U R E . William Snearer, " KISDS, r.t.vuiA, onio. -.7- Conil.inlH n i i l n m i l , nil kln.li of Kiirnllnoc nvicl,. l i e l i o n n m t i ' i ill utiil In .li« Utctlilyl", ' ·j.TA.VIN-0 ,:,|.,f,rtl.u :« i.i'i'.H"""'·""''·' l '""'' hllia "'·'"·''I""'""" 1 '" ill ^u;|, on I..IU.I li i,o" I ·'"' ''"" '" "' M cl.":i" I".' i.l m i.lt' lo order. I oHlt.ii l lliirlnl C'n kept ALL K I X D S 0" wU cli ·'?- y m f'tnih 1 . ..n .'..'. K H D U C K D ,,«l!l nn.l l.r.-.i.i,'lvl"ii ;. "v f ' unr.l .1 Bli.vii 1 "I |»i!'!it |'..,i''. ii^ 1 -- \V.\I.HI' 8Ii tp i ti i .110' i wo it uf ll-'.-b') J A I K.Ht I. H.J. Furniture Upholstery \ V a r e r o o m o : 10:!, 10.") and 107, 'VVnlcr Street, .0111(1 c l . f . V K I . A S I P L A N I N G Nil!-!-. M.inufii-lmor ot DOOTiS, U A S U AD B L I W S , Clici-i; i;o^ci etc. \'l ci.k'i- im.m|.f,;' IIHeil. Custom Saving anil Plaoio Dong o.i Jlior: iitillco. All l-l" 11 of LATIN! luiiiil f r ilc. New Arrangement. BEMINGTON BROADWELL jjllyria 'Pit K i -I I I M I I I C ' HAClC_UNE. and Grai'ton Hack, I W O U M ) AK- tii"liie lr..vtll..|( wil.lli) Unit I n - H i n i i i i l n ti K'K Bjl,' l!! l o i w . , n Kivrhi mi i;..ifl(,n. iin.l li ii-o|iiKil l« ciiny |.aii.'ii,'i'ia I.i mi' friiiii-llli't i.lini" in l l i n p l n m i l . 1 . rnllr.iiil tMiinwtlw Tiiir. t,r IUi.»«tt;r.r..-I.env«i tin tt»'l'lni!j"" " K l v r l i i . i l i l l y . i i t l l A . M., lii-i'-l nt O I O A . M.; r,' i:,',ll..ii In inn') to r mii.'Ct w i t h I".|.H.« tn-.ln nml III ;,,!..· Sniiili. [.«.ivi"i(lrnft.iiini«iiil in A. M., nn I vln ,il l-'lviln In inn-! li Piiiincot w i t h ti ilin RoliiK I-"' .....I \\'«il vn 111.' 1.. ». nml M. "· ''""' | . l n ' ° Ol " w n ' f O c . . I O I I N K I I M . I X I I IV«M'r!.'l"i'. K l j r l n , Si'pl. 21. 1S01. » ll lir DRUGS, C. T'calur In Drop, Medicines, l Dloek, 101yriu,i i n r merclmiK of ijlO per 100 ponm 'I'lui c o m p l o l i o n of tbfi K r i o C a n a l perl'ec o i l i e r part of tho worltl. W i t h HIO-.O I ' a c i s n i K l tluta in v i e w , who can prcilict i n o w e r o o p e n o u , n n i i a e c c s v o y e a n u .o ; )( , ol|1 . I . |i! j 1| M l ( , C l | l l ) | c m ,,,- r.iborly, 101 H I L M I I , s o u t h e r n , and eaMcrn n i a r k c t s i ( ) 0 rci . 0 ,t H - r f M \ and respected in every viis t h e n oll'ered. I Stale from I h o A t l a n t i c 10 t h e IV.cille. C o n l e m p o r n r y w i t h ( h o . c o n s t r u c t i o n , . . . of thcsu eiinnlsr from 1S'J:$ lo 18TO. the '^ icople of \ o r l h o r i i Ohio exerted t h e m selves in b e h a l f of Iho c o m m e r c i a l i n - ·re-.ls on Lake Krie. Through l l n - i r J c p r e « e n i a l i v c s in Congress, a p p r o p r i i t i o n s were repeatedly secured from i h o G e n e r a l ( J o v c r n m c n i lo open and i m - )rovo a n u m b e r of harbors b e t w e e n Krie and Toledo. Tho T h i r t e e n t h Congressional D i s t r i c t of Ohio at that l i m e "mbraced Hie seven largo c o u n t i e s of C u v a h o g n . I . o r i i l n , M e d i n a , H u r o n Son 'en', Snndn'-ky, and I t i c l i h i m l , sevenil members of Congress fr and t h o from Ohio n those years (all of w h o m 1 believe nro low deceased, SHVO t h e one who now lolds this pen) were, e n l i s t e d , and w i l l ' \ v i l h the rcprosonla- (1 l i m v ,,,,,,, lo ,,,,,1 peaceful x o p b y i s (loat (l ^ Vi , f c v c v v i l | ( ] l 0| - ,,,,,, t o , M .| t ory l | 1 ) ( j | l h c ,,,.,,],,;,,,;,,! B | m || somul I l l s l u s l t n i m p l i . a n d u n l i l the " w r e c k o f m a t t e r and Ihe c r u s h of worlds." M. JUlITI.KV. ,Soi)ietlkln;;'AItil t l t o Ki't'llno of Hit' A u i r i ' i c u n .SUI|ipliiK'. ' ' I n ISB1 t h e t o t a l (nnmitre of t h e world a m o u n t e d to 17,'^,"),!)I") I o n s dis- I n b n l c d :ii f o l l o w s : Owned by Ihe United Slates, G,.j:J9,8l!l; o w n e d by G r e a t J J r i l a i n , o.S'JS.M'J ; o w n e d by all o t h e r n a t i o n s , 5,800,707, l r ive years hi lor, in 1807, according to lhc report of t h e Treasury D e p a r t m e n t the t o t a l t o n - nngo of tho U n i t e d Stales bad decreased i n g l y co-opcrutoil w i t h t h e represoiita-U o ;j 838.Gl5 tons, a n d since l h a l l i m e i l l i v o of the T h i r t c q n l h District in t h i s j lftj , r t i p i d l y been decreasing, a m o u n t i n g in ISti'J t o ' o n l y l.riU5,8:i7 inns. G r e a t nlerprise. The opening nnd e n l a r g e m e n t ol Ihcso various harbors served (o a u g m e n t i h o f l o a t i n g f a c i l i t i e s on t h e lakes. S..iiing ind Menni-vowiols - m u l l i p l i e d ; I r a d e w i t h t h e , - u p p e r lake c o u n t r y was en- "agcd in, and a large p o r t i o n of Hie products o f X o rib o rn O h i o f a r i n s a n d w o r k shops were carried lo s u p p l y the w a i n s o f i l i e n e w scltleme'ntsof Michigan, a n d of Ihe now Stales bordering on tbo , 0 n o i l l i e r n hike 1 ;. , · mich X o r l h c r n Ohio (luring those years m - ...ciised largely in p o p u l a t i o n , and w,o t h o u g h t I hon lhat llio advance from in ml roads and corduroy bridges to Banal n.i- v n ' r n l i o n , wns s o m e t h i n g to bo proud of. iJoTirncys and pleasure excursions wore t h e n nmdc in canal palaces, nt the rate of four m i l e s per h o u r -- a n d canal f r e i g h t s wore t r a n s p o r t e d nt the slow ,.,,,,/?,! i»i' '", in :ff) niile.a in 2-1 hours. _ U r i i a i n h a s gained morn t h a n t h i s c o u n - t r y has lost, t h e a m o u n t of l o n m i g c of (·'rent U r i t a i n ami her d e p e n d e n c i e s in ISfJf), being staled by H o n . J o h n l l r i g h l , I'resideiu'of l l i o ISriVih ISoard ol'Tradc, to be 7,2:!2,000 tons, a p r e p o n d e r a n c e of n e a r l y 5,0(515,IOU Ions in licr favor. Wooden .ship b u i l d i n g in t h e U n i l e d Slales has priiclic.nl I y censed, and tho A T THU or,r STAN'U w wiu.u I l K X X I S C l ' O N ' , nr« rcci'lvlnu u Inrno itocltor AND ruoviso.vs, Ojniio.11'riill, Oy«tofs, lliittci', I.nnl, Plcklrt, FLOUIl! 15UCJCWHEAT VLQVH I.cmon, I'lenle, Knrlnor, l!u(((r, Sn.ln nml n.uSon OracKt". H.ilt, Pork, C'olll»li, ll.illl.iit, )l.ukerol. 4c. 1'c v nml CnlT.!0 in vnri*l., nml ulionp. · Woslmll kM|in ciMiiplolo niigrtmcnl of nil Hint 1)04 (oour truilu, nud tdi.ill l.u rc.ul)' la OXl'TLY, all n l i o will fa Itaj just rceoli'oil n frc«h utock of WHITE LEAD, Paints, Oils, c., AVbioh ho is soiling at Itodnccd Prices. i:ij rln, ra)', ISM. ."' yl ' FOR SALE. "Real Estate fo Sale. A nont ootlago near t h e High School, now nml comploiuly llnUlml, "i"l ""I'"' 1 "' " """!" '"!"' llv. I'rlo nml tcrmnor pnynwnt icnunul)lc. liiq'.ilre of S. I,. .Minimi, of JIM. Orpin Cote, I.I Olici'lln. rifivtliroo Un-100 iwrm o f I n n i l on biiR.if Illilno, nlraiit two nll.M fmiii 111') \lllui!'^orr.l.vl'lil. Tim luuilicoliuM of nliiiul- twuiily noi'i'S olu.iruil, uiul llilit.* four noi'cM of woml liiiul. Tliuic iiru on tlio promlics » «om furlnlilo lioiiiu nnd lino thrifty yoiniK urclinnl, l u l j i n r Init, TlicnollMOMuoriiii.'iliuiKtiiblcfuillHt.v.uiiniiiloli). [v itriilnril by u illlelijiHt conitrniilril ly orilur «f iho Co u n l y Comml'iilomii'ii. Tho nbovo lainl»iiri)r n nun op pu.tiiulty louiiy "in; limiting a stvmll fmiu of nuporlor ''"Aluo'ilfty'llioo ""res of liiml o" Clnnlniil.lMilSi," 1 Iwo'nnil a liulf miles Irom Elyrln, iniislly wiioUi.'il »ilu n l l l i i n i l Improvement'. · " ,! '. . Tlw nlwve iBfi.H irlll be jolil on «»·}· ("mi., Apply M 1,1 ([ ··- - N. li, J " U » u o . speed ol', 25 lo HO milos, in 2-1 hours. H l a ^ c conches on mosl ol' our p u b l i c h i g h w a y s seemed lo be Ihe siiccissl'ul rival-; oi'canal travel, and our m e r c h a n t s W(«fo considered I'orlunale i r t h e y n c c o i i i - plished t h e i r a n n u a l t r i p to eastern cities after merchandize in loss t h a n Ibreo or four wcok.s, a n d the receipt nt t h o i r (.lores of t h o i r eastern purchases in loss than six weeks from t h e l i m e of l e a v i n g home. , . ,,, A j o u r n e y by singe-coach Irom Clove- land' to C o l u m b u s d u r i n g w i n t e r or s p r i n g o r d i n a r i l y occupied t h r e e or four days, (or ns n i n n y days by slngo-ooach WICH, us hours by i'ailrotul.«ci0,)nnd t i . e passengers were fortunate if they nindu llio j o u r n e y w i t h o u t having lo w o i k their way by ol'ion carrying a rail and l i f l i n g the concb out of deep nils and mud holes. . .During the last U n i t y years tho era of railroatls and lolegraiihshnssucoiied- ocl.or rnilier bus almostsnporccded, Ibo n.so of canals in Ohio, nnd tho descend- a n t s of llio early s e l l l e r s a b o v o referred lo I w v o ' b c e n r i o h l y enjoying tho com. forts nnd oonvonienccs of railroad con vcyanccs, which Ihoir fatliors were do pr'ivcd of. About 1813 railroads began to bo cons t r u c t e d in Northern Ohio, to opon c o m m u n i c a l i o n w i i h Lnko Krio. bi that year l i n o after l i n o and railroad af- tor railroad has been comploled, u n t i l of iron s h i p b u i l d i n g is not bolter. Ten v e n r s ago llio i r o n orks ol'Xoiv York c i l y had become u atioiml pride, and in t h i s now b r a n c h of naval i n d u s t r y wo had low rivals. Now, a report lo Iho N"o\v York Clinm- jer of Coniinerce shows t h n l , w i t h Iho exception of ( h e - o u t f i t of the Spanish gunboats, t h e r e is not a s o l i t a r y m a r i n e 'ngino or i r o n s l c n m a h i p in (he course ol' D conslniiiiion in Unit p o r t . One of he "I'catiron w o r k s has been c o i n o r l - cd i n t o a horse s t a b l e ; Iho shops and iiiachinery o f a n o l h o r are being sold ; a [bird e s t a b l i s h m e n t has commenced Iho i i i . u i u f n e l u r o o f u r c h i l c c i u r i i l iron, and a I'onrlb has beoomo a saw-mill. In t h e n o n t b of September. 1801!, t h e r e wore in Ihe port of New York, in tho course of c o n s t r u c t i o n , t h i r l y - t w o largo ships of 'ovor 1,000 I o n s oacb ; in tho m o n t h of Soplembor, 18(50, there was o n l y one f h i p on Ihe stocks, The facilities of district, says l h a t o n l y two or three years ago w h i l e Si'ii!:.v:ic was s l u m p i n g t h a t d i s t r i c t f o r re-election to Congress he c o m p l a i n e d of being i m - poverished, and c l a i m e d nn election to Congress as a reward fur a b a n d o n m e n t of professional i i i l r r e s l s lor Ibc p u b l i c good. Tho 'l'cl!i/i't/li H a n x i o u s l y i n - q u i r i n g w h e r e Scnr.Nci; ";;ol hU m o n e y lo buy Ibiit S:J2,0(X) stone front in \Va.sh- i n g l o i i . U'hore did.'ho get the m o n e y '1 That's t h e t i u e s t ion 'i IK/" Uir.i.Y MiiNiii'.N, of t h i s .Stale is h o u n d lo n e t t l e Ihe lt:till::ils in Con gress. The o i l i e r day he offered a reso l i i l i o n in t h e House of l i e p r e s e n t u l l v e s d i r e c i i n g tho .Sccrclnrius of Slate, U'ar, T r c n m r y , N n v j , n m l (ho A t t o r n e y General I o report the n u m b e r of horses, carriages and equipage pud for by t h e for pleasure con- of d e p a r t i n c u t s , l a n d s of d o l l a r s m . i n n c r of picas and llio people pay t h e bills. titiT 'I'bo Georgia I,ogishiluro met on t h e 1 l i b , u n d e r Iho new order.of ( h i n g s , in e o m p l l n n c e w i t h G o v e r n o r l'vi-i.oci;V orders. The Sounds organised, w i l l i a choice of l l c p u b l i c i i n olllccrs. In llio House t h e i r seems lo have been considerable disorder a n d c o n f u s i o n , a l l h o u g l w h i l e pistols we.re f l o u r i s h e d am' t h r e a t s f r e e l y made, h a p p i l y no violence was pcrpol r n l e d , a n d i h e H o u s e a d j o u r n e d u n l i l t h e n e x t d a y w i t h o u t clleeling an o r g a n i s a t i o n . l i e a n l i f n l spccimei of radical f i x i n g up of t h i n g s , AVo learn by reports from Tennessee i h n t o n I b o l l l h I n s t a n t , i n I h o Tennessee C o i i s l i l u l i o n a l C'onvcnlioi n o w i n session, a m o n g I h o a m e n d m e n t s oll'ored was one d e c l a r i n g l h a l sl,iver anil i n v o l u n t a r y s e r v i t u d e shall n o l c ^ isl in Tennessee oxce[il as n piinfshnien'. for crimes, nnd forbid.i Ihe Legislature from p n s ' i n g n n y l a w r e c o s n i / . i n g properly i n man. A n o t h e r p r o v i s i o n confers llio p r i v i l e g e of v o l i n g u p o n all male citizens, w i t h o u t regard lo color I t l ,,, v COIMSHTUTIOWAUST, ,, IUTK8 OF, AUVKJlTISl'Nb. , ·" ~ - ' m I ' l l O l Hull*, i . i . , , , , sli inlMivjuoDt liiierllon leu liinii ivr'o'inon One ·'lunru, iw« nioiiUm ..,,,, '' Tl.rcc I'.nir ilx month (MIU yonr one )i'nr..,.., ......... ,., , . 1 0 0 0 ', 18 w MOO « i .. '" **·'" · · » · » ft W OiiO'Jiim column, OHP yvr 4ft (*· On* column, ono jr«»r,,, , ,, ,1.!.,'. SO W .Job [Printing. WVnr« pr'pni'wltui'xcouliiiiv^y iU.orh.llnB » JO* I M U X T I N K l i i the u»l«iltl)-l. 1'OSTKllS, IIAN'D-IHLLS, l!ILr,-HKADS, C A l t D S , liLANKS, elc^ on »li»irl untlre, nliil oo r..aKontilj|r tcrnii. HavliiAilil «l lnr|;oly loll,,, mnlcrl:.! ofll..' Joli llr|BrlmCn, r o a r * fully iiriMfflii.il l o i l o u l l Mn.l»or work I n t irmnnorlhM w l l l h i i i . i l IM to iilciw. nai-: I'lti::: TK.APM Tho Democratic p a r t y 'of t h e U n i t e d Stales, f a i l l i f u l lo i t s time-honored prln- ilplofl, lakes issue w i l l i t h e I t n d l c n l par- y before the people on I t s h i g h protect- vo InrilV d o c t r i n e s and moiiMiren. And it no f o r m e r l i m e in l l i e hislory of lhc lomcslic i n d u s t r y , tr.ide ,md coniinerce. f l l i e c o u n t r y , conld t l n i t idsnobe m o i e lop.'l'ully and more p r o l l l n b l y taken. i'rc'' ( l i i i l c . a d i m i i i u l i o n of i a x i U i o n , a n d , redeemable c u r r e n c y , nro i n d e e d lhc t r o n g curd* in Democrniic hands lo v l n Ihe ]eoplo over (o Iho (·ound con- l i l n l i o i i a l d o c t r i n e s of Ihe fathers of he Republic. W i t h i n t h e past year (he Veo trade m o v e m e n t has experienced in immense i m p u l s e . Kven in llio cily it lioslon, Iho center of prolcctlve i n - crcsls and jiiflnenoevi free trade league ins been formed u n d e r t h e most favor- iblc auspices of in l l n c n l i n l names, w h i l e he Wcsl, almost w i t h o u t d i s t i n c t i o n of m r l y , bus became a y.calous convert to l« doctrines--a ncce.-ily, indocd, of an a g r i c u l t u r e scclion. The Iroulh has l o t h i n g new to learn in t h i s branch ol w l i l i c a l t r u t h . I t has alway, c l u n g to c« trade for Ibo same reason tlnil l h c ! West is now embracing it. T h i s d o c - ] r i n o w i l l therefore be a strong p l u n k n the p l a t f o r m of t h e parly whose dcs- i n y it is lo o v e r t h r o w the liudiea! p i r y t h a t for ten years has used i l s a u l h o r - ly to destroy iho rights of the Slatci mil Ihe freedom of Ihe people. Tho free Irade leagues of t h e X o r l h iavc f o u n d a p o w e r f u l lulvocalc of llieir cause in t h e late report of Air. Wells, t h e L'niled States Commisioncr of I n - ternal I t o v c n u c . This g e n t l e m a n began bis career ns :in a v o w e d p r o t e c t i o n i s t , and his report r e p r e s e n t i n g Ihe labor of a j o a r .spenl jy t h e most i n d i i s l r i o u s and sagacious i t a l i r t t i e u n i n t h e c o u n l r y i n collecting mil s t u d y i n g all llie facts relating to i n - :lns(ry, trade and c o i n m c r c e , i - I h e m o i e lic'iiiliciuit in i t s decisions on thai acc o u n t . In I n i l h , it is ilic result of an ible and l a b o r i o u s i n v c i l i g . i t o r convening h i m s e l f by his own i n v e M l g i i i i o i i P . The e n d o f i l i s l h a t M r . W e l l * ascribes lhc prcscnl depression of Irade and in- d u s t r y to iho lwo-1'oltl e v i l s of an live- ilcemnblo c u r r e n c y aniri.i.'cc.w/fc Itisn- tiuii. He reaches I b i s c o n c l u s i o n : '·The i n a i n l e n a n e e of an average d u l y of f o r t y - s e v e n per eenl., as n n d i ' r l l i e i d l i n g larill', u p o n d u l i a b l e , i m p o r t s , is excessive and nnnpciissary, and op- po^t'd a l i k e lo iho highest i n t e r e s t s ul c i v i l i i ' i l i o n and I m m u n i t y , :is w e l l ns \« l h c proper a n d h e u l l h y g i o w l h _of all d o m e s t i c c o m m e r c e a n d imlnolry. 1 ' The Krcc Trade Leagues arc m i k i n g a large use of t h i s \ n l n . i h l e prcsenl.ilion of l l i o lU'lnils of t h e t a r i i r q u e s t i o n , and SI'M.VTDHS. A thorough 'vnshermomcn -- Sal Soda. Dearer limn life-- fashionable Amor. nls. I''!i8liiuiiablo gymn.ulics -- Saratoga C o u n t e r alt racl ions -bnndsomc lady clerks. A f r i e n d n l a p i n c h -- one who slwros bis Mini)' w i i l i yon. A liuly, who wiis n strict observer of c l i q u e ) , ' b r i n g nimble (o ntiond cliurch one Sunday, hont her enrd. A Tennessee e d i t o r "il lo Mlfs An- II ony "u she wild cnl.' l i e is mi un- fclinc brute. Tex.is Ins a n o w game In curds-- 6nd holds a revolver ami ilic oilier doctf (bo playing. The Coroner ends the gnmci A lady asked hor gardncr why tho weeds always a n t g r o w the flowers. -- '·Madam," answered bo, "the soil is mother lo Ibo weeds, b u t only step-mo* liter to I lie flowers." ,, "Jnkc" (-aid an old farmer ono day lo liiti mower, 'do yon k n o w bow m a n y horns ( h e r e are in a d i l e m m a 'i" "No," replied ·luck "but I k n o w bow m a n y I ht'ic m e in a q u a r t of whiskey. 1 ' "Hoy m.iy I i n q u i r e where Robinson's d r u g More' is?' 1 C e r t a i n l y , sir," replied iho boy very respectfully. "Well, sir, said I h e s c n t l e m n n afler w a i l l n g a v i h i l e , ' · r t b o r e i s i l ? " "J haven't t h e least idea" y o u r llonci'i" t u i d (he u r c h i n . A l i l t l e ;,'irl who w-is sent out to hi!iilc£;:s,lliouxhl ittrang« she did not find a n y , a.s t h e r e 'were several bens "slandin^' around doinj,' nothing.*' "Why do you drivo such a p i t i f u l looUing; caivass as ( b a t ? Why don't you ])ut n heavier eont of flesh on h i m 1'ai '{" "A heavier coal on him ! lie Iho powers, (be poor creature can hardly nirry w h a t l i t t l e tbei'O is on h i m lion-. 1 ' ' Somebody reporlh t h a t W h i l o l n w l!'n.l is rnjratfcd lo Amri DiokiiibOii. Tin I ".somebody" m.'iy ncl bis head haltered by t h e ^ e n t l o A n n a . The I'nis^ian a u t h o r i l i e s are consid- e r i n g tht! jiroprioly of m a k i n g tlicli- yomiK men " o f n j j u ' nt t w e n l y - o n o in-' '-ic-ul of iwcntv-fotir, as tbc b\\v now (o Ibo friends of t h e canc lo aid in its c i r c u l a t i o n . An a d d i t i o n a l s t i m u l u s to its dii-lrihntion Is 'found in llie fact t h a t llie, report has been a l l o w ed (o r e m a i n u n n o t i c e d in t h e - h a n d s of Ihe speaker of Congress, w h i c h i n d i - cates a Itadieal disposition lo suppress i l . W h i l e D e m o c i a t i o I'ree Traders cannot agree, w i l l i M r . Wells' conclusions on some p o i n t n , Ihcy w e l c o m o a n y oll'uil to spread broadcast before Iho people llie v a l u a b l e fuels gathered by his in- t e l l i g e n c e and indnslrv,--Mvbilc AAr- tho builders are' c r i p p l e d ; their sources havo become exhiuLSled (lie s k i l l e d arlixans h a v e abandoned ( h e i r craft for more p r o f i t a b l e e m p l o y m e n t , and tho hum of i n d u s t r y - h a s censed id the shops." The decline in American shipping w h i c h has resulted so disastrously to our commerce, is chargeable lo Iho system of protective land's. The m a g n i t u d e of t h e grain I rail e ol Chica»o can bo understood from the figures of ISO!).. D u r i n g t h i s year ilia! oily received 27,000,000 bushels of w heal 2:5,000,000 liushcls of corn, anil 12,000,000 bushels of other grains. Six h u n d r e d thousand barrels of Hour were m a n n - fnfclured there. The city received, since J a n u a r y 1, 1808, about ono b i l l i o n feel of lumber, over 000,000,000 shingles, nnd J21JOOO.OOO lalbs. .There wero -mnrkot- ·cd dnring'tbo sanrtvperiod, in Iho Ga'r- den City, 1,872,000,000 hogs and -100,000 cattle, ' · -_ ' · A,!Uiohigan husband, ngrecd.to leave bis wifo'iiipon pn'ymdn't of seven dollars. She" mortgaged'licrcook stove and paid him. who s h a l l havo paid a d o l l a r I also has an a m e n d m e n t w h i c h p r o h i b i t s t h e credit of the State from being Item- ed to any association, m u n i c i p a l i t y , or c o r p n r n l i o n , n n d l i m i t s l h c power of t h e l e g i s l a t u r e to contract debts, r,vsi,iijj!!':.s IIN IKI;;). A c c o r d i n g lo t h e a n n u a l c i r c u l a r of Ibo M e r c a n t i l e Agency of Xcw York cily, r c c c n i l y published, there were in ho U n i t e d Stales d u r i n g (he last year wo Ihous'ind seven h u n d r e d nnd l i n c l y - n l n o f a i l u r e s i n business, i n v o l v - ng l i a b i l i l i e s to Iho a m o u n t of s e v e n t y Ivo m i l l i o n s a n d f i l l y - f o u r t h o u s a n d lollars.' D u r i n g l l i o year ISO'S ( h e r o wo t h o u s a n d six; h u n d r e d and eight failures, i n v o l v i n g s i x t y - t h r e e , m i l l i o n s seven h u n d r e d ivid s e v e n t y - f o u r thoiiS' ind dollars of l i a b i l i t i e s . The a m o u n t of f a i l u r e s Iho last year wns more than eleven m i l l i o n s over that of Ilic year before. Are these lhc evidences of t h e prosperous t i m e wo hear so much about from Kadical l e n d e r s ? D u r i n g (he past year, t h e n u m b e r of paupers supported in Iho c o u n t y I n f i r m - eries of ibie'Slalo wns '1,7-iS; o t h e r w i s e supported, 1,080:' ( o l n l , 5,837. This n i i j i i b c r is 014 greater Unit the average, for seven · years piisl. In other words extraordinary depression in all linos of i n d u s t r i n ^ e m p l o y m e n t s has added thai n u m b e r to the pauper p o p u l a t i o n of the Slnlo. . ' . In 1808 tbc several courts of Ibis Slate rendered 13,044 civil.judgmcntB i n v o l v i n g S5,S30,SS5.. Tn- 1839 tho judgiiicnts numbcVed 12,708, a m o u n t decreed amounlcd lo$7: O I M ' K I I N S I V U T A X A T I O N . The New York Tiiiux, a l e a d i n g Itc- p n b l i c i i n paper, admits, in its i:.suc of ll.e 10th I n s t a n t , H i n t -- ·Congress has n e a r l y laxcd m a n y l)r..ii.;hes of i n d u s t r y oul ol'o\islciiec, ind t h e expenses of every mode of p i o d n c l i o n and every i m l i v i d n a l so grc.H, t h a t we can now h a r d l y e x p o r t a s i n g l e n i i i n u l a e l u r e w h i c h c:ni compete, in foreign markois, w i t h Ihe p r o d u c t s of Ihe ivorld. Thi-, d c f c c i i v e system of lux.i- l i o n is fell personal!v by every man, woman a n d c h i l d t h r o u g h o u t l h c c o u n try In ( h e i r d a i l y expenses. All m a n u - factures, all n u r i c u l l n r c , experiences il. Our taxes arc .slowly d e s t r o y i n g the in- d u s t r i a l l i f e of t h e nation.'' To I b i s the C i n c i n n a t i J-'injiii'rci' replies by saying as i l l u s t r a t i o n of the ( r n i h of tlu above, a t t e n t i o n is c i l l o d lo ibc fuels. The e x p o r l a l i o u of m a n u f a c t u r ed c o t t o n s was Sf),871,000 in currency in ISM, against nearly $1I.OIO.OOO in gold in 1S(JI. In woolens onr u x p o i (* have fallen oil" n e a r l y " i x t y p e r c e n t . They a m o u n t e d lo only Sli;0,000, a b o u t as m a n y t h o u s a n d s as Groat I J i l i a i n exports m i l l i o n s , In boots and shoe" our exports havo fallon from ?l,:i:!,030 in 1SIW, to SI73.03J in ISO!). So it is brou ghoul all our domestic i n d u s t r y . I'bc Times also w a n t s lo k n o w when Congress w i l l i n t r o d u c e a thorough re- 'orm nnd grcally reduce l u x a t i o n i AVc inswor, wlie:i itconlai 16 a majority of Democratic members. Unlil that is done, nil hopes of relief, wo fear, uro vain. (several ladies, one of whom was n 'country cousin," were sealed in a parlor. There was q u i t e a pause in lhc coiivor»alion, w b s n ono ° r !ll VTM! fi .V.'. u m a r k e d in a v; A l i d y in Ciivleville, lalely pot up her ni'vi'i 1 w e d d i n g p a i l y , senl out scv- er.il hiinilrcd i n v i i a i i o n s , and alter llio , p a r l y e o m p l u i n c d Out flic did nil rc- i eeivi'. prcsenis e n o u g h (o make the cost of t h e KII| per. TIiii OliU'hl Viiy in l l i o \Vurld Diimiisfiis is the oldest c i t y in tho w o r l d . Tj re and Sido i l . a v e c r u m b l e d on t h e shore; II tiilbec is a r u i n ; 1'almy- r l i h b u t led i n a d i - s . ' r l ; and N i n e v c h a n d l l a b v Ion h a v e disappeared from (be T i- yr\i and t h e Ktiphraics. Damascus re- m a i n s w h a t il was before lhc days of A b r a h a m -- a c e n t e r of trade and travel --:tn island of verdure in the d c s c r i ; ''a pre.sidenli.'il capital," w i t h m a r t i a l and .sacred associations e.xlendidg through i h i r i y c e n t u r i e s . H was near Damascus t h i l l Saul of Tarsus saw Ihe light above' Hie u i i g h t n c ^ s of (be sun, 1 t h e street w h i c h i called Strait, in which it Is snM -he pniycd.'' s t i l l r u n s t h r o u g h (he i - i i y . Tim caravan comes and goes as_it did a lhou»and years ago ; there U still the bheik, ihe as and Ihe w a l c r - w b e e l ; Ihe nierehsirs of t h e Kiiplirales and Mertil'.mnenn M i l t " o c c u p y ' ' these · ' w i l l i t h e m n l i i i i i d e s o f i h c i r waresi" The o i l y w h i c h M a h o m e t surveyed from i n e i g h b o r i n g h e i g h t , and was afraid to e i i l e r "bec'insc il was g i v e n lo man to have but one paradise, and for bis part; lirt was resolved not to have il in t h i s world." is to-d.iy w h a t Jnliart called iho 'eve of (he llasl," as il was. in t h e lime of'ls.iiab, "iho head ol'Syria." From Damasciri eanie iho d a m s o i i j o n r - h l n e |)lnn)s, n n d llio delicious apricot, of Porlngiil. eallcd d u m n s c o ; da- niiisk, o n r b e n i i i i i ' i i l fabric of c o l t o n and - i l k , w i l l i vines and (lowers raised up on a s m o o t h , br'ghl ground ; the damaslc rose. Miii'odticcd i n i o K n g l a n d in Iho ., H e n r y Y I l l . ; blade, so f.imuiis t h e world over for its keen edge and \vomlerfnl e l a s t i c i t y , tbc secret oi' wlios« n m i n f a c l n r c was lost w h e n Tamerlane carried ihe n r l i s l into' Persia: and l i n t be.iiiiifnl art of inlaying wood ami fleel w i t h gold and silver, a k i n d of mosaic en-.traving and sculpt n r e u n i t e d -- e a l l c d d a m a s k e e n i n g -- w i t h w h i c h boxes b u r e a u s , swords, nro or- mimensed. H is s t i l l a cily of (lowers and b r i a h l w u l e r s ; (he streams of Lcb.mon nnd the ".-ilk of gold ' s t i l l m u r m u r and sparkle In iho wilderness of (be Syrian ;.;arden«.-- /I..C/(«H;/C. hisper to ono of Ilic coin- pa n v near her, "what, a pause." J u s WHS ovcrlic.i'.-d by the c o u n t r y lass, who. looked d.iii'sers til t h e supposed oll'cnd- cv, said, "Ye", and il yon h.'d as m u r h scrubbing lo do, anil wood lo chop as I have, you would havo big;xws loo." General Fremont sold in Paris $20,000,000 of Iho bonds of his Pacific railroad, mid-bas contracted two hundred miles of it from Jcfl'civon,'Texas, to which 'place Iho raile'wil) bo brought b\ . ,, , .water, H f i y m i l e s north to (ho main line :, and tbo|, l l l t \ Hicnco west ono hundred n n d . j l l t . v ?7',305,303. miles toward El Paso, . -· C..( H U l i t '»«' ' W h o would t h i n k , from t h i s bending, thai we wero going to (ell of two trees? Vet w h y not:Tho w o n d e r f u l cow-tree of bontli A m e r i c a wives a. p l e n t i f u l supply of n i l k to (he I n d i a n of Ibo Cordilleras, ind il f l o u r i s h e s at a height where no ·ow could pasture, i l n m b o l d t , tho Teal t r a v e l l e r , s a w m i n y of these trees. Thov grow on rough, stony ground, t h e i r loaves arc dry and husky, and lor ·minv m o n t h s of Iho year not a shower comes to cool ( h e i r foliage; yet when their m i n k it pirn-ceil,a sweet, noin-isli- n-V.nilk (lows forth. "The nal vcs and black slaves," ho says, "come with large wooden vessels to catch llio milk, which, as it (lows, becomes yellow and thickens it lhc surface. Some make theirabnnd- mil meal at t h e fool of (he trco which supplies i l ; o t b e i s carry their full vessels homo lo llieir children.' Tho cabbage - p a l m of Surinam s a n o t h e r w o n d e r f u l plan!,. H Is n, voiy l-u-'o tree, and rises H t r a i g b l a n d tapor- ii "to u great hoigbl, ending n aplu.no o "graceful, foliage. The cabbage lies concealed among the upper leave i. U is ns thick ns a man's arm, nnd a. few ncfes on''er. It tastes like l ho'almond wh n ca.cn raw, bulls generally, cut up, boiled and served with meal. Thorols hut one cabbage lo H lr* it, iho Irco is.cul down. *·· ··;·",,·,,·,".-:.i lhal country..",.. NEWSPAPER!

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