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THURSPAY,:::!im:t::::::::!::!JULY 24, J.851-
-r " FOR PRESIDENT, .
GEN. WINF1ELD SCOTT
V WHIQ STATE TICKET. .7i
. , : : bovbsiiub, . 1 .v ;..-
SAEIUEL F. VINTON,
. OF OALUA. , . , ..
-Lll 1 2 M iWUTBlUBT OVROB, ' ' ' - '
. ; . EPIIUALH . ECKLET, , . !
..-. ;:t ; jU'- ', CABBOfcL. ' 1 "
- ro aodItob, , ,
... JOHN WOODS, or Butler.
't' ' VoB BECBKTAKV OF ITATB, -....
v' EARL BILL, of Sandusky. ,
' VOB TSKASOBIB, ' '. ' , I
irniPT a miia ..t i . . ;
FOB ATTOBMKV BENEBAfr,
HBNRY 8TANBERY, of Franklin.
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FOB lOABDOrrUtLIC WOKS.
. DANIEL SEGUR, of Lucas, .
, JOHN MADEIRA, of Rom.
' DAT ID H. LYMAN.ofMuskingum,";
" ' FOB lUrlCMC JVDOKR.
SHERLOCK J. ANDREWS.ofCuyahoga,
PETER 0 D L J N, of Montgomery,
CHARLES C. CON VERS, of Muskingum,
BELLAMY STORE R, of Hamilton, . . :
CIORUI B. WAY. af Defiance.
OT Our foreman, having from ill-health,
been absent the past week, we are without
' sufficient force to get out our papor at the
rVgular .tlme. We hope however soon to
be all right again, v. , : r .-: fc .s . '
(7-Our list" of candidates is still increas
ing; and bids fair to swell yet mot o. Wo
- think the i:ew plan of muking nomination!
.. has onu pood effect, at least it brines a
. v tnan before" the People long enough thor
oughly to canvass his merits. Under i;,
thsro is no figuring in the darkan open
field and n fuir fight Is the order of the day.
Eclipsb of the Sun. On next Monday
titorning tho 28ih insl., there will ba an
ccliiiso .of the eun od its northern l'tmh,
, which will be visible more or less through
out the United States, with the exception of
tho lower partof Florida. It will commence
about tweniv-ono minutes past sevon. be at
its maximum at five minutes past eight, and
fcJ-Tni Putmuin-M t. Vihtoh,
The C1ee!and PUl Dialer, the orgaB "of
Loeolocoism on the Weifrn Reserve, thus
disposes of the Whig nominee for Gover
nor Mr. VuiTon. It says that Mr Vihtoh
haa no qualifications for Governor for ' iha
reason "That for twenty-five or thirty years
ho has spent his winters in Washington and
his summers among At benighted constitu
encyof Athens, Gallia and Meigs."
How badly we feel I We really fear that
the game is up with our candidate jusi
think of the grave charges under which he
is to live throughout the. campaign I The
People elected him to represent them in
Congress, and he spert his winter in Wash
ington! ' Why did'nt he go to Cleveland
and ba sk in the good graces of Gov. Wood's
organ. And then "he spent his summers
among his benighted constituents of Athens,
Gallia and Meigs.' It is true he did not
like some others we know of patent demo
cmis forget his old friends and neighbors
after he had been in Washington he did
not fear to contaminate himself by meeting
and associating with his old neighbors he
did not, likq somo of the gloved democracy.
spend ' his summers at Saratoga, the sea
shore, 4:c., ovarwhetmedtn scenes af dis
sipation and folly. No, poor man, he staid
at homo. Unpardonable sin who can vote
for him after that T ". Who can prefer him to
Reobek Wood, who was heralded by ' this
samo DEHoctATic riam Dealer, as "the
Governor and sate. ; Mr. Vintok, hevel
travelled over the hills of the 12th District,
with a royal retinue a long tail of hangers
on. called a suite-apeing the manners
and customs : of rotten monarchies and put
ting on the airs of an idiot Prince. Not he.
But he went among his old friends as a pub
lic man in a Republic ought to go as a sen
sible man not as a puffed up copier of aris
tocratic Europo. And because he did so
he is a sneered at by his opponents, and his
constituents branded as "benighted."
What do the people think you who have
known Samuel F. Vinton, sinee he came
among you a penniless boy 1 What do the
democrats of this District think of the lan
guage of their puffed up leaders in Yankee
dom are they prepared to swallow xamely
this double insult that they may once more
read in flaming capitals about "Governor
Wood and suite t We-rather , think thai
the vote of the "benighted ' region next
terminate at fifty-one minutes past cicht.
Its greatest duration in the United Slates will j October will make the Plain Dealer u an,
be ono hour and fifty-four minutes; its du-1 wish it was day.
ration here ono hour and thirty minutes.
POLITICAL CATECHINJB IN RUSSIA.
W translate for The Tribune a portion
of a politieal catechism, secretly printed
Sk Petersburgb, an4 circulated imang tha
people. It is said to have been prepared
by some of the Kusstan relugees. at ienin.
Tbe catechism forms t Hula, pamphlet of
sine thirty pages. It professes to be dia
logue between, a Victim and an Adept ; and
is divided into four chapters, entitled lAt
Cxar. The Nobilit, Ths Soldir and The
National Government,'- The frontispiece is
inscribed with tha wotds : In the name of
God and of the Russian People., The.
whole shows that there is an abundance of
revolutionary radicalism even in Russia I
Victim How many Czars are there
Russia t ' - . ' 1
Adept But one, as there is but one Sun
and one Uod. r . , . i
V. What is a Noble in Russia 1
A.K man who beats every body and
cannot be beaten himself. ,
V. Can the Government cf the Czar in
uli them 1
A. It can not only insult them but can
hang them. ....
rT What is a Soldier's life in. Rus
siat . t v, . , ; . v
, A. That of a callev slave. , ..
V Yos as lone at the blows of a club
laSt.' .,': - ,i , J ' Mv ,
A.--The Chief pteiends that they are
sirengthoned and electrified b tho club. .,,
- V-A little wood wine would be better
for them. Would the soldier be worth less
if he were belter fed 1 Besides, what is the
use of so many soldiers t , .. .. , ,
1. Perhaps it is intended i to take the
rnad to Paris once more. . . . . ; . .
F. The Germans could not take us there
again. It is becoming more and more dif
ficult to make the people ol ditterent coun
tries fight each other. . It will not be long
before half the toldlern will go home as soon
as the charge is sounded.
jl. Sooner or later, a revolution win
break out in Russia. .
y. Wo to him who fires on his broth
ers. . .
v4. -What Government shall we Have, ti.
God one day permits us o drive out the per
. V. A National Government.
A.Rxn lain vourself.
V, With Dleasure. There will . r0 t0n.
ger be any Czar, as formerly, at Kovogorod,
there will be a council ano. a general assem
bly ; there will be no more oppressors.
A. It is protended that there will be no
order when we aje a republic. ...
V. A Uai A pure invention of the wor
shippers oi the Czar ! But what then is there
so delightful in the order wnicn exists un
AttRJV a OF THE STEAMER FRANK
jh- in. ; r ;
FOUr. DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
The s'.camhslp Franklin, CapL Wotton,
arrived at 2 o'clock on Monday morrlng
from Hurra and Cowos, in an excellent pas-
sago c: : : ayi and a Iracuoo over.
, She brings- four days later, intelligence
from London and Paris. The news is hot
The Collins steamer Pacific made anoth
er splendid outward having left New York
on the (1st ult. at .noon and passed Holy-
Head at 1 o'clock P M. on the 1st Inst.
nine days twenty-one and a half hours, dif
ference of time included. ... .
July, 13ih, 10 A. M. saw the United
States mail steamer Hermann, hence for
houihimpion, 1(4 miles from Sandy Hook.
Minister of Commerce, ia repeated. The
Chamber of Deputies has voted without da-
bate the treaty with Zoullverein, and enter
ed upon the discussion of the treaty with
Switzerland.; i, f, '
The King is about to retire to' Gabta for
the Summer, where a large body of troops
are concentrated. Various speculations are
afloat as to his Majesty's motires for so do
ing. . jSome Imagine the Pope intends to try
and slip away from the French, if eventa in
Paris are not laverable: others imagine Gaeta
is to be the bnsis of military operations, in
conjunction with the new holy alliance.
More than 40 persons implicated in a trial
faibe expulsion of the Jesuits from Naples.
ofter every appearance of ignominious con
demos lion, were suddenly discharged by the
Grand Court. The crown lawyer demand
ed 32 years galleys for the prisoners, and
now they acquitted! An admirable illustia-
. . r . . r . . i
tion this of the morality of a court of justice. J . r w "' wno T? r,ee . V
. . ' . Ju v SUCCeSStuI in Viroin n.' iiari i.ii nr V in ihfi
Although the prisoners are no longer amen-1 neighborhood of Big Sandy. - ;
able to the law, they are still iiiiiliinl li un
is not enou8h to be acquitte d by the judges, j
alter two years iniprisoment, to be enabled
to leave the dungeon. . J .
; .H'... TUB GREAT EXHIBITION.
The returns of visitors to the building yes
lorday, (1st July,) again show a decrease,
the numbers being 61,000, and the amount
taken the doors 2.429 10s. - The inter
ior was exceedi ngty cool and agreeable dur
ing the1 day", and there Would no doubt have
been a larger attendance but for th j showers
that fiul during the morning and the after
noon. v,;--.. ? ";' v'vr
.! . ; V.' PARLIAMENT.
Xv Nothing of note has transpired. " An p.n-
eitneaiArt atfsaai kurl 'irtlt lai lit ill A
. .9 aha, maims Ir iU in.n!tl.. i .i -II -i , si
Commons; when the "Marquis of Bltndford i ,w. "", . meuer-
moved an address praying Her Majesty.wUh man ",a,ie8 7'lh which the corporation was
reference to the spiritual destitution existing faMed reversa, of hai
. ij j' " measure. ., : : .; , "j :
in lingiana ana vraies, to auopt measurcB ,
for affording more eificient relief to the spir
itual wanu of the people, and for extending
bowie-knife. One of the. men shot at him
without affect, when he was seised, immed
iately placed in irons, and taken to the mail
boat to be sent back to Virginia. Ort his
person were several thousand dollars in
good currency, and flBOO in twenty dollar
gold pieces. - f
1 he wife and children, tow ther with two
slaves, were on the boat with Louden, ac
companying him to Texas: and, before he
was taken in custody, he gave the' paper
money to his wife, " The men who were
in pursuit had not been able to como up with
him until after the boat left Cincinnati
They had however, kept a strict watch over
the wife and family, vnd had followed them
for twenty days, thinking that he would join
them at some point on the journey. They
were not known and consequently excited
no suspicion. As toon as he joined his
family he was arrested. His family, after
his arrest, abandoned their trip to the South
and staJted back to Virginia. .
Loudon is a mun about 40 years of age,
lanu is suspected as b.'.tna the leader of
; .! GERMANY. . .
' Accounts from Fiankfort ;stato that Aus
tria in reyly to Prussia's demand for the dis-
incorporation of her non-German States, ex
imntfd disriiiuion wni hud on Isl in the i r ' k"uuu
' ifjrTuE Primary Elections. There
appears to be, in soma quarters, and among
tho oldest and truest Whigs of the county
some dissatisfaction in regard to tho new
systorrrof making nominations, or rather we
"' should 6ayi an apprehension, that the nia
9 chinery will not work woll, in all parts of tho
county. These apprehensions, we have in-
JUiged in oursoll to some extent, but not
more so than we have felt (or years in re
gard to conventions. The masses of all
. ,. parlies have long been dissatisfied with the
working of the old Delegate conventions
, thoy say,' and with much truth that the wish
es of the parly are very seldom expressed
and that men seek nominations, rather than
X ' elections becauso they depend on ihe force
"r of parti to elect them. This is no doubt
correct to some extent. Outhe other hand,
those who favor the convention system or
gue that in the thickly populated townships
the voto at the primary elections will con-
, trol and overpower the smaller townships.
.., thus throwing the business of making nom
inations into the power of one or two large
-townships' in defianco of the rights and
wishes of the smaller. This also has force,
k- and should be met lu a candid spirit, with-
t out any cuptiousnoss or desire to carry out
-'. purposes at everyh'izard.
' ' The' system of Primary Elections lias
the parochial system by help drawn from
the resources of the Established Church.
After some plain talk pro and con, the mo
tion was withdrawn. . .. .
' " IRKLAND.
FAltUB OF THSTSA1S ATLANTIC ElPEEI-
-iKT. The , Timet correspondent says:
The Irish journals, of all political ahados,
are up in arms against the report of the
7u9 G?ver.n,n Par of Hesse Cassel,
of the 28th u . publi.Jlie8- lhree new ordl.
nances which '.ease miliiary officers from
their oa;l8 ,0 0j,ey an(j npho1d the Constitu
t,0i, lay down a now form of oath, in which
the Constitution is in no way referred to, and
proclaim an amnesty, with many exceptions.
A letter from Berne announces the death
of Count de Mulinen, formerly Minister oflf,e..fewweek.of aufferin. with n.tt ,e.
Packet Commissioners and the blow it has Wurtemberg at Paris, which was caused by ,signation,uchas the christian only realizes and
Rev. B. Pktkh, of the Universalis Denomina
tion, will preach at the Sohool House in Sheffield
on next Sunday; 27th instant, at 3 o'clock, P. M.,
and at the Brick. School House, in Pomeroy, at ear-
ly candle lightfng. " ' , !
DIED In MeArthur, July Uth, 1851, Mbi.
Lucr Baowa j consort of Hon. Samvei, H.
She was the daughter of the late Dasibl and
Lucr Webthib, who was among the early pioneers
" "panot estate. She was boro in Dover
township, Athens count), Nov. 28th, 1806, and
married October 28, 1830. It had been hers to
live to see "the desert bud and and blossom as the
vose," but truly, she was the child of many af
flictions. Seven of her children had beenrtrick
en down by the "King of Terrors'' , in the help
less years of infancy ; only one remaining, a young
man of sixteen, to witness her departure to the
"spirit land." For more than two years her
health had been so feeble and precarious, that
her friends despaired of her restoration but du
ring the latter part of the spring, indications of
convalescence were apparent and strong hopes
entertained of her recovery, Just at the period
when these hopes were most flatterihg, she was
attacked with tho prevailing epidemic, and her
i enfeebled constitution unable to endure the shock,
. . .
merlf n j
I'.Jiuir. on T
At a meeting if the Whig Central." Committee' f wwe'1
r.f Uaio. iuvi..l. !.- - I J . . r... Uk.ibhd tot
meeting of the Whigs of Meigs county oa je ffrra'nre-
; Saturday. Asiffissty 16th, t .j to kK,y:
to ratify the nominations made by the lata1 Whir t al a,'l'ul"
SUte Convention 1o interchange opinion to 'rf'i. i),.!',
renew ancient pledges to take council for the tsrtl'a) I'ciiu
future, and rekindle anewi the old Whig fires of Instrmmiits,
40 and Ml. " . evor lo
The nrst election un'der'tlie New CowUtution eliwi-n-will
be the moat important election held since'purrLaKt's in
the orgaaiiation of the State Government-shan- s7 any
- a ... ... . ABtrt
iug u wm, we destinies ol toe SUte for a qnai
ter of a century to come:. . k ,', 'ii
If we believe cur pinciples ' conservatorvef the
public welfare we owe it to o.urselves,Lvr pos
terity, and the cause of Republicanism through'-
out the world, to have them engrafted' on bur flr
stitutions. . .-. , xjj . .
Let the People therefore turn; put eri-maase
for the purpose of consultation As in tie good
old times the latch string will be out.
A Free Dinner will be ProvWed,
for all who may attend. ,." ;
Able Speakers will be Present.
The meeting will also appoint delegates to a
Senatorial Convention to nominate a,candidate for
Senator from the Counties of Meigs, Gallia, Law
reuce and Vinton.- Also delegates, to a. Conven
tion to nominate a candidate foif commoU Pleas
Judge foithe district composed of the counties o
Athens, Meigs, Gallia, and Washington and to
transact such other business as may be brought
beforeit. " '
The meeting will organise at 10 e'elock.'A. M.
By ofder of the central committee, r
E. WILLIAMSON, Chairman.
R. T. Vak Hobn. Secretary'. ' ' " "
ff and en-
- W M f
v km rtirlea'
I ten in-
given to the hopes of an Irish port boing se- an unfortunate accident on the 21st ult. It
lected as the point of departure for the A
merican mails. This, coupled with the
failure, through whatever agency, of the ex
periments trip of the United States' steamer
03 The Pittsburg Gazette gives a gloomy
account of the state af the iron business on the
Allegheny. Many of the furnaces are now out
of blast, and those yet in blast are in a very
depressed condition. The prices of pig-metal
arc too low to save the proprietors from actual
loss. The conspquenc is that every class in
tha section of Pennsylvania, except the
wealthy speculators, is suffering.
03r A Parisian correspondent of the New
Orloans Advocate, says that a Methodist
church which he entered In Paris, had little
o remind him of Methodism as it is practiced
in the United States. The Episcopal service
was read, the gown worn, and there were the
organ, the choir and all the elements of
manufacturing music as practiced by the
English church, ami that he was surprised
and mortified at the preciseness and formal
ity with which every thing was conducted.
South Carolina Secession Flag. A
mammoth white flag was suspended from one
of ihewindowiof the office of the Charleston
Mercury on the 4th inst.on which appeared
a lone siar, and a rattlesnake with his head
erect at the foot ofa pal mette tree as if about
to strike. A portion of the miliiary drew up
before the office, presented arms, and gave
ine cheers for the flag ofSouth Carolina.
NOTHING OF SPECIAL INTEREST.
The public debt of Canada is reported to
been tried in several counties of this State, amount to twenty millions of dollars; and it
and in other States, has uniformly worked I 6l,wn y le reuxtn tbthe House of As-
well, and so far as our information extends
1 given far greater satisfaction than the con
veiuion system. It is, too, beyond contro
versy, in our estimation, the fairer mo-Jo.
T It gives to the People the power of saying
' who they wish to support of their own par
ity and in this county tho Whig nomina
tion has been the real election. Why then
V (if we ate to choose practically our officers
ut tha primary elections) is it not proper that
-the People choose thorn or tnusi wu let
twenty men choose tho officer, and call out
' the People on the second .Tuesday of Octo
ber to ratify their choice, and then denounce
them as party traitors if they 'do not see
' proper to support a ' tnnn ' in whose so-
selection" they were novo r consultpd. , This
' is the view thai the Peoplu la of the mat
jter,. They liave now their own system,
and we for one are willing and ready io help
carrv it out. Lot the two systems be fairly
'tried and of the two, the fair ono will event
ually be adopted by common consent if it
j be Conventions we are: agreed, if it be Pri
mar Elections all the 6ame only let the
experimcni be fully tested before judgment
,bn passed upon it finally.
i i (r The Whig Central Cqrnmitlee pf
Oallia county have adopted the Primary
Election ftystem in ' making nominations.
The committee. say 'they think "Primary
Elections prefernhle io a couniy conven
; OCT Tho Whigs of AiVw noiinty hold
a Convention on the 5th of August. The
. W liig of Lawrence to-morrow, - the 85th.
(r A great Temperance "Jubiloo la ap
pointed to be held in Cincinnati, on tho first
VedrcJoy Qf September, In honor of the
vote of Ohio on tho License Question.
Great preptirfttttffls ore making : to rnako it
tfnftf tlTaif. ": ' ' '' ' " ' I'. '' ;T , '
sembly that $2,000,000 of it are deposited
in the banks belonging to the Government.
Foukth op Jclt in Lon don. This day
was to be colcbiated in tho British Capital
with appropriate ' honors by the American
residents and othors. Mr. George Peabody
issued cards of invitation to meet the United
Slates Minister and Mis Lawrence at a fete
which ho was to give in the evening and
about 700 or 000 persons were expected.
A duel had occurred at Ottawa, Illinois,
between an editor and a lawyer. It was
fought 'nigir to d graveyard," and resulted
in an amicable settlement after one round.
They did'nt like surrounding appearances.
Five banks are now fully organized under
the Free bank law. They are styled the
iron JJank ol (ronton; Merchants Bank of
Massilon, Springfield Bank, Pickaway Coun
ty Bank, and Champaign County Bank.
The capital paid in the Iron Bank Is 860,
000, of the others $25,000 each.
A Congregational apportionment law pass
ed at the Extra session of the New York
Legislature. Gallipolis Journal.
How many congregations does li give to
the State we hope Sandy Hil is not for
gotten and that stated preaching is now
enjoyed by tho good people of that classic
place. How Is it Mr. Journal, as no other
paper has the news. .
Cpoi.EirA.AT Ravesswood. We regret
to learn, from an authentic sourco, that this
disease has made its appearance in Ravens
wood, Jackson co., Vs. There, had been
seven deaths up to Friday last. We lieard
ofno'namcs but that of Mr. John Thorn and.
two of his cbildronr and Mr. Phillips. '
We learn fromihe,iame eotuce. that : the
dysentery prevails te tsomt ' extent in that
enurity, btttfiot pf tirulcnt ype. - V
J. .I...m:um 1 Tnwuro hlaiiva. lh anIHipr
forced to run the gauntlet, a drunken Chief i rrom Nw Galway, has given a tone
of Police, prevaricating authorities does I of acerbity to the Dublin papers the more
all this constitute order as understood by our i remarkable from the rare unison of sentiment
modern civilization. ' t . . which upon the present occasion animates
A. Perhaps we are not ripe Jor sunh a . r l , u-
chance . . . . the organs of the two great parties on this
T. Shall we ba morn bo to-morrow t of the Channel.
Have we noi Vegetated for a number of years
in a deplorable statu quot How can we
expect to ripen under the blows of the club,
crushed und tr tha depths of Ignorance in
which we have been p'unged by ihe iron
hand of our Government T It is never too
soon to do good. The Czars resemble the
greedy pedagogues who are never ready to
emancipate their pupils.'
A. Who will take thd place of the Czar?
V. Anybody that cornea along. In a
republic, men are nothing, principles are ev
A. Election ia then better than heredit
ary goverment. .
. K. No, doubt. Hereditary government
often gives us a fool or a villain in place of
his father who was a great man. In a pop
ular election, if an unwosthy person re
ceives the votes, in three or four years he
returns to the crowd, and nothing more is
A. Uan the social and political change i
which you propose, be effected without
bloodshed. j .
V. Whot then t We accept the fight; i
we will erect barricades, and hre upon the !
A. And he will bring on his artillery.
' V. We will all fall on the guns . . - ;
A. He will break down the barricades.
V. We will pull down his palace. Of
ten beaten, we shall constantly return to the
charge, can we not do as much as the
French, the Poles, the Germans, ihe Hun
garians, the Italians.
A. What will you make of the crea
tures of the Czar!
V. Sergeants, corporals, nd seldlcrs
to edoh accoiding to his capacity and his
A. How do you construct barricades I
V. Tear up the paving-sionea,beap ihem
together, block up the streets with coaches,
wagons, sand-bags, planks, tiles, stones, fur
niture, anything that comes handy hide at
tha corners of the streets, behind doors, win
dows, in carrets and in cellars, and on the
house-tops ; and then, when the minions of
tyrranny come on, shoot tnem down and
disabuse them of the habit of shooting their
brothers.' ' ! -
A. But whore will you find arms t
7. At the gunsmiths, in the taverns, in
the arsenals, on private persons, on the sol
diers themselves, any where and every
where. ? ": '; ;i
A. Are were no less frightful measures
to be employed t Can we not make terms
with the Czar?
7, Impossible I He bears on his brow
the blood of his victims. A good war is
better than a shameful peace. To arms I
appears mat m. de Mulinon, reluming late
in the evening to the house in which he lived
near Thoune, mistook the road and fell over
A company has just been formed at Brus
sels for the purpose of working and cultiva
ting 14,000 hectares of the low grounds on
the banks of the Eastern Scheldt, conceded
by the Dutch Government.
TIM A L OF A PKIKST 1'Oit SEDUCTION.
In the Common Pleas of Springfield,
Mass. Rev. J. J. Doherty, the Catholic
priest, was on trial on Wednesday lor the
seduction ol a Miss Monagun, the indict
ment lor rape havms been abandoned. The
The gin was organism to his church, teach
ing in the hchuoi and residing in the priest s
lamiiy. &he swore iheir constant intercourse
alter lie had first partly torced her: to his
sending her to New York to be educated, his
coming there, going around to the thuatres,
drinking, &c. Two witnesses susiuined the
girl's testimony as to tile priest's conduct at
a bruaklast tuble in a New l'ork hotel, which
in their opinion, indicated either intoxication
exhibits, her pure disembodied spirit "returned to
God who gave it," leaving a bereaved companion
and sob, and a numerous connexion and train of
friends to moum, but not "without hope." The
writer has been intimately acquainted with the
subject of this notice for more than seventeen
years, and can cheerfully bear testimony to her
many virtues, christian deportment, conjugal and
maternal affection, and exemplary life. She was
emphatically, "a good wife and kind mother,"
and no doubt while her friends are mourning on
earth she is rejoicing in heaven, ' Com.
All faith, however, in the prospect of A
merican assistance towards testing the cap
abilities of the port of Galway is not yet
forsworn, and it is still hoped that whatever
individual enterprise failed to perform may
at no very distant time be accomplished by
the willpf the United Slates' Government on
the one hand, and on the other by tho exer
tions of the people of Dublin, Galway, Bel
fast, and even Cork and Limerick. Already
it has been suggested that funds should be
speedily collected here to purchase a first
class steam vessel, and that a requisition
should be presented to the Lord Mayor to
convene a public meeting of the citizens with or iiisan.ty. i he plaintiffs counsel here
a view of. showing, if only for once, thai upon gave notice ol a probable settlement
Irishman were about to put Into pacticothe ; betwoeu tho purues when the couri adjourn-
virtue of self-reliance.
POMEBOY CATTLE MARKET.
PRICKS fAIU FOB Tint WEEK BY W. JOACHIM, BUTCIIEB
Beef Cattle, No. 1, gross weight, U .66al .75
Hogs, " - $3.87a3.00
Sheep, : fl.S7al.80
Veal, ' 92.00
WHIG PRIMARY ELECTIONS.
To the Whigs of Meigs County: ,'
At the last Convention of the ' Whigs of
Meigs county' a change was made, in the
manner of selecting candidates subsum
ing Primary Elections for'. peiegate Con
ventions. By tho 'rules ndop"trd "by, the
Convention for the holding such elections
i is made the duty of the Central Commit
tee io give notice of the time, kc,' v For the
better understanding of the matter we annex
the rules which nre as followsrp ' ' "
1. Each township to compose an Elec
tion District.1 ' ; : i '- ' s . !r
2. The Primary Elections to be held on
the first Saturday in September.
3 .Two persons two net as judges and on
as clerk. . -i ; ; -
4. Elections to open at one and close
six o'clock. - .::.-. x..- . .. . 1
5. The votes counted and the result sent
to tho Central Committee by the next Tues
daythe returns to be published in the news
poper. '.'.'-.. " '-
C. The person having the highest ntim-
er of voies to be the nominee - -
7. In case of a tie, the candidates will de
cide by lot, as jiracticcd in the Senate of the
United States. ;
8. No person shall be considered a can
didate unless his name has been announced
four weeks previous to the' Prlrhory Elec-
ton, In the newspaper. , . y .,..,, .
Tho above, in brief, ore the rules adopted
: by the Convention. We therefore give no-
Needle lets, for
fill the various offices required under the
People's Constitution, which has just been
i j ... . .
ed io Thursday. Some little tesiiinon. was QOP uy sixteen mousana majority.
introduced by the Uelence to show thai she 'I hen come up, friends, and let our first
...U.. L.l ., I....... Iw... l'Umal... .ul.ft. H.. ! .! l .1. St ...
iiigui (Jiuuauij iio jcoii laiuiiiui nun an-1 meeting unucr 1110 new VJonstilCtlon be a
other vung mun. ! nood and clorious one, conarntulatinf? each
other upon the enlargement of our liberties,
This has created much excitement among
A great meet-
Democratic County Convention.
The Democrats of the various townships
in the county of Meigs will please take no
tice that a convention of Delegates' will bo
held at the Court House in Pomeroy, on
Friday, the first day of August,
at 10 o'clock of said day, for the pnrposo of; tice that the Primnry Elections will' bo held
putting in nomination suitable candidates to on - ; -
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER C, 1851,
under the nhove regulations. The returns
of said election to be renled up and directed
io the Whig Central CVtnimiure. YThertorn
mittre would suggest that those reiurnihg the
poll hooks attend on Monday, September
Th P. ,hn, ,ha -cin l me Uttttioiics at opringneia
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. . . , tr j ... i . iiik vi tiiv vwiiiwiiw woo tierj uii niuiiuav
Abd-el-Kader's captivity is on the point of vsenillg) l0 ,ake measures to procure from
receiving a sausiactory solution. ; ,he Bishop or the Uioces Mr. Doheny'a ex-
The leading topic to-day is the President's ; pulsion from the pastoral office, or at least a
journey to Poiiiers. The speech is expected removal from the pastoral relation to the
to be of a strong conservative character. ' "urcn ln inal.,own- 01 lio-
. , e j , ... .' herty attempted to create a disturbance, but
and to be confined to topics on which a good ; a ,e,;der waJ nrresled by ,h(J poIicej and
understanding prevails between the Govern-1 ken to prison, after which the meeting was
Resolutions was passed, condemning as
j false a statement of tiiu case which was made
10 the society by Mr. JXiberty, the day be
ment and the Assembly.
The' Siecle reports that a sanitary con-;
gross is to be held immediately at Mompcl-!
lier. - Each of the Mediterranean powers 1
pledging mutual support and fidelity to our
hest of chatters.
II. B SMITH,
J. M. CAMPBELL.
S. P. CUTLER.
Pern. Cent. Com. M. C.
Notice is hereby civen flint I will on tlio 0?,t
day of August, next, offer for sale at the door of
the court house in the town of Pomaroy, Meigs
county, the following real estate, to wit, lot 231
uivmeu mio iwo pans, rim, tnat part of snid lot
io the society by Mr. Itoherty, the day be- adjoining the lot of Orcn Branch, commencing at
fore, and asking hjg-jxpulsioii by the Bishop, the comer of said Branch' a lot on Walnut street 2
AM 7o1 nnf ut wv aI - J
Uih , at 10 o clock, in order tlutt we may
have a meeting of the difleri'M townships,
by their delegates, for general consultuiion
Candida tttii will oWrvo. that under the
rule, their names should bo nnnout.rcdby
the fibst week In AiigustaTth farthest.
R. II. STEDMAN. . . . -E.
R. T. VAN HORN,
Whig Central Committee.
Pomeroy. June 2C, 1851.
O" Consumption is a disease which is carrying
i its victims to the tombs , bvthousands. without
Later From. Texas Storm on the
Coast Wreck of the Maria Burt
Cotton Crop destroyed.
New Oblbans, Wed. July 9.
Advices from Texas to the fith inst. are
at hand... ,
A terrible storm prevailed on the coast for
several days, in which the steamships Mex
ico, Cortland and William Penn, lying in
Maiaorda Bay, were driven ashore.
,, The steamer Maria Burt, which left Gal
veston on tha 24th ult., encountered the
same ga'e aad was totally lost. Many
houses in Texas were blown down, and the
young cotton crop is partially destroyed.
Bo far as astertained no lives were lost.
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' Post Offics DisrATCH. A gentleman in
: New York had a lettor containing $1,600
jreturjjed to him a few days ago. Tha letter
was written and mailed in the year 18401
Verily, letters cast upon the troubled waters
of the poit-oflict will come back again after
tonny days.' .
will be represented at it by a diplomatic and A committee! six wuappointed to proceed mx tosaj(l lot.f31 ,on Wa.lnt street and running
consular personage and by a medical man.- Boston, ufwait upon ,he Bishop for that LaldTt astK
Some of them have already arrived at Mar- PW , SfeS 23 fill0 1 W a"es,ed itt P by the medicines i
seillos. Greece and. the Island of Malia BPr.nD.v.uv. n,tvti amh maw I of said Dart of said lot tninotiinV fmm r, J common use at the present time. But a briehtsr
will have their delegates in the Assembly. CI.liKK8. reB.r' u that partof said lot ; secondly, all the "y w emmg, and has come as to inceessfully
It i. suppoaod tha, the great power, of the The Dayton Gazette relate, the following TX t XTiLl0 TsTrt ?r0
North will also take part in this Consress i T f Secrelary Corw,n ltt hamor is I the court of common plea,, at the sui of Robert ! J '"t. 'm ,,Mnedlat relief in
norii .win uisoiaae pan in tins uongreas characteristic: ... 'llysell, against Wm. H. Dike, James Murilhy'l "Shs and Cohb but from the testimony of mca
It is now pretty generally admitted than , foa friend of ours saw him ihe other day Joln Davia and Samuel Morton, under a decree f the highest stanaing hero and elsewhere, it U
the potitl.in movement has been a failure. at Lebanon, he gave a mosi amusing, und L " J 84m iTinuil ' lna,!,n8 omo very remarkable curesof Consump-
The sum total of signatures unauihenticated, i we doubt not truthful account of the condi-
lion 01 things in ine 1 retsury uepanment,
when ho entered uon the duties of Secre
tary. The Clerks, be estimates were sick,
on an average, about half the time but it
struck him as somewhat remarkable thai,
as much as they were sick, none of them
the arrondlssement of Brives, (Corrrexe,) d Jnct wn8 PPni at a glance,
. , , , , that they did very little work for the public,
where the crops of wheat are excellent both . and lhoJinre.rreno' was irrestible, that some
as regard, quality and quantity. thing must be done for thorn. Accordingly,
. .,- 1. 1 -' 1 '- j the Secretary turned physician, and began to
crosses Included, will barely amount to a
million, and of that million a considerable
fraction neither are, nor have ever been,
nor can ever be electors. . 1
Tho harvest ha. already commenced in
Master Com'r. in Ch'y, M. C.
. Sale by Order of Court.
a. 11. btedman and wire
Scth Pratt, et. al.
BY virtue of an order in the abeve case, from
the court of common Picas of Meigs county, to
ine directed I will expose to public sale on the
premises on Mouday the 25th flay of August next,
between the hours prescribed by law, the follow
ing described real estate, to wit . 82 feet of tho
North 0ml nf lot Ma 1ft in i r . .
with all the appurtenances thereto beloneimron 1 IU:E0' ASonts fur Mui county.
tho following Umns to wit : One third in six month
Hum mo ujr ui mus mm me resume in ono year
tion. Improvements in tl.e tn ntment of diaeaaM
are onward, and nothing can arrest' its-'spirit i
the present age.' Those who ate afflicted" with
diseased Lungs, would do well to tall on tit
O-f .... .v . WU l. .
Agents and see the certificates of Dr. Wia. J.x -Richanls,
Judge Wm. Burke, the wife of th k 0
Rev. Geo. W. Maley, and of Dr. Hiram Cox, late
Professor in the Ecleclic Medical College in Cia-
For sale in Pomeroy by J,
Flemixs and D,
two, on ncoount number ol days, soy two, i a LBS. Sal Soda for 50 cents, at
on account of days, suy two, on account of 1 1U . FLEMING'S.
A LBS. Lampblack for 90 eta, at
pnnish Liquorice '
10 ols. per lb. nt
gaud Paper 18 eta.
per renin, at
Spices, Cinnamon, Cloves, Pepper, and All
spice at cost at FLEMING'S
prescribe for the invalids. He issued on
m r ti .uio ,i.l, jn,u r " 1 order that alt Clerks who were absent from according to the statute in such cases made and
following telegraphic dispatch from,. . . ,; nllmuHr nr Hv..,n , Provided. Appraised at 760.
ii.jjj J.-J I on u . I !.. Jl"'" -- " -- "
mauriu, oaieu iune zo, . una ueen receiveu
in Paris: ; r, : r- ' : -;. '
'Io the s'ulngof the Chamber yesterday,
the debate on the vote of confidence having
been brought to a close, the motion was car
ried in . favor of ministers by a majority ol
184 against 31." .
By the post we learn that in the sitting of
the 85th, Estcban Collanies made a furious
attack upon Braovo Murillo. . Bertram de
Lis was replying when ihe post closed. In
the (Senna there was a debate upon the
floating debt, upon which no decision was
arrived at. ' . .
Il la reported that the portfolio of grace
and justice will b given to M. Do Forresto,
deputy of Nice The rumor that "Count
d'Appony is to be recalled to Vienna, and
-replaced at this eourt by M. Bmok, Austrian
sickness, should submit to a proportionate
deduction firom their respective salaries; and
that all who were absent longer, suy one
week, would be required either to die or
The prescription worked like a charm,
and in a short time there was not a sick
clerk In the whole Department. A health.
ier set of men than they are now, Mr, Cor
win declares cannot bo lound an where,
The Louisville Courier gives the follow
ing particulars of an arrest on board a steam
boat at that -city, of which we had a report
by telegraph: v , i ; .
lutroREANT Arrest. Tuesday morning,
8ih last., a couple of officers from Virginia
arrested, on the steamer Banner Siuie, a
man by the name of John Loudon, who. we
believe, stands charged with committing for
geries and counterfeiting in Eastern Vir
ginia. ' He made i desperate resistance, and
attacked those who approached him with a
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Fire Proof Paint., Wilson's beautiful
. Chocolate, Colored Metallio Fire and Weath
er proof paiut, for the manufa eture of which the
proprietor has been awarded seven meditls from
the different Fairs and Institutes of this and other
States, for Its superiority over all others. It is sus
ceptible of a flae polish and warranted not to
craos. For sale at cost, or oheaper than than any
other kind of paiut at regular sales.
j amp Chimules Churches aud Halls can
u now supply themselves with Lamp Chironios
st cost at ' FLEMING'S.
COAL STOVES. Tha celebrated Eaterprise
No?. I, 9 and 9. Co! and see them, at
JJ D. Gwaorr'a IxraovKD Extbact o Ykl,
low Doc-b and Sabsapabilla is a sure remedy far
Hereditary Taint. :i : I.
Thousands of individuals are cursed with griev
ens complaints, which Ihey inherit from theii pa
rents. The use of the Yellow Dock and Sarsa
darllla will save all this, and save a vast amount
of misery, and many valuable lives, for ittha
roughly expels from the system the latent Uint,
which is the seed of disease, and so takes off the
curse by which the sins or misfortunes of the pa
rents are so often visile! upon tha innocent ff
spriag., : ........
: Parents owe it to their children to guard them
against the effects of maladies that way be com
municatcd by desecnt, and children of parent
that have at any lime been affected with Cob.
sumption, Scjofula or Syphilis, owe it to them
selves to take precaution against the disease be
ing revived in them. Guysotfs Extract of Yel
low Dock and Sarsaparilla is a sure antidote,
such cases. See advertisemant. ' ' ' n35wja
BY virtue of a wnt of vend. ex. to mo directed
by tho court of common pleas of Meigi coun
ty, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door, of the
eourt house, iu Pomeroy, on the 25th doy of Au
gust, the following real estate, to wits the south
west quarter of section eight, town three, range
thirteeni Ohio Company's purchase. . Sold as the
property of John Gilelnud. attlio suit of David
Barber ct. al, M. W, COLLINS i , u. c 1
July 21th, 1851 w5- ' ' V ' ' '